The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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flearst Flyer Presents His Atlanta, .Oct"30.-The- Fulton county ed with courage an$ with\ a consciousness By Associated Preas.- abilities are neatly $4ooOoO..hila the :

grand jury among ItS presentments of the situation, except in that- Denunciation of Anonymous i Washington, 'Oct.30-rA: report received receiver found only $9,000'In cash in Came \ | Investigate' ,

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i, ous trouble could have been 22.averted all. seri-" urged county the establishment police and cf of an efficient -I Drainage For es. of Butte! .Montana. ,indicates it Js gone Is 'not BO ''easy to decide. I r tAt'ity' Hall. :;:;_ 11 I ,
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WIND CAMPAIGN THROUGH .5 -. Special to The Journal ,. :- f -..1.I I.
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.Tallahassee. Ock 30. Governor
WESTERN .SECTION OF STATE. .. .' '" Bro.ward! has issued. the' following f Frederick A'uSteld. the city's representative 4*'- r S

-- W.:C. T. U: Leader Says Chicago -Dividends Declared and Unfilled "open leter to the people .of Florida"' Three? tTugs' \.V .king.'op'tlieGunded Of Commissioners1ld.Ow- In the construction of the\: ,'
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in .answer to a pamphlet being sent ? S rr
: new city hall, reached the '
. By Associated Press. Girls Work for out by the anti-drainage forces: :_ Italian ing to Misunderstand- city,yesterday -
Sew York, Oct. 30.-Snow: failed to OrdersCompared.With Governor's Open :Letter. 1 morning,, coming from Jdontj j "

ci.il:: or rain to dampen the enthusiasm $5.90)ex- k. '"' Tallahassee Fla.; Oct. 30, 1906. ) Ship. ing: of? Date. :.! gomery. ,His arrival: was In response .;
cf the thousands who turned out today : LastS: Year. To The People of "Florida-- to telegrams sent from Pensacola' by* r .
the heads of the state .. to knowledgethat -
to hear thaw just come my the Board of Public Works, girls t
ticket as taey hurried .though the 'the interests opposed; to the Jr,
> : Assisted: by one of the steam"donkey" No meeting of the Board of County that body's conclusions
By Asso .' as to the cej| -
western section of the state :stopping tated Press By Associated Press. adoption of the Drainage i Amendment ; ,
, wherever feasible to speak brieflyand Hartford, Conn.. Oct:: .30-Mrs.. tew York,'Ott.. ,30,--The v United- of) the" state, constitution" havepre- :! engines on'a steamship'moored Commissioners was held last' night ment which Is being used in the founts
Lucinda, B..Smith alongside 'ot. Commandancia There seemed to be a general miami-
. with party support- at this afternoon's.sessloIf States Steel Company printed'for wholesale da on'or .
have the
shake hands to-day declareda pared and
building : \
, of the WomenV Christian I wharf, the tugs Monarch, Simpson derstanding of the date of the sos ;
, quarterly dividend of one quarter distribution just before the day of and Mary Leeattempted to float the :ion, which was to a"cpecial one, What he found upon InvestlgitlagT21the :
ersToday's Temperance Union In.
familiar the I I
: speeches were on presenting per centon common stock and also election, next Tuesday, an unsigned '
Italian Ingrid from her the court
ship 'position and.
was consequently
, lines. In every instance the,speakrs difficulties !1 which the refuge work the regular quarterly dvIdend: of 1 pamphlet, called 'Lasf Words to the f.ouse? foundation .already constructed.pr* .
I on the rocks close to the. Gulf TransIt 'in darkness appointed-hour.t .
attractel crowds whch: .greeted them of organization has to contend, 3-4 per cent. on preferred. stock! The I Voters of Florida by which it is In examining the cement not known ) ",
Company's office, yesterday afterjnoon i Chairman Avery was under the impression -
heartily. The Republican headquarters said that there are ten' thousand I net earnings for the quarter endtng'ptember"30 hoped to frighten the voters of Florida btrUif ship'moved.any durIng -J t that the board had adjourned but'it is the" Impression'that h&'win"state :

arj considerably -stirred by the young women in Chicago" who are I I' were-more than thIrty. into defeating 'the proposed the late portion of:the. afternoonit to meet Tuesday night, and so Iute'dlast \ that .the cement Is rfectly; '
Hearst campaign flyer which expressed obliged to work at five.dollars per eight million dollars. The unbilled orders amendment. :
his views on public affairs in para- week and there are five thousand saloons of tha same date I were nearly I warn the people of .Florida! individually site,was wharf.not noticeable from the oppo-1'!',was'to night be present A. H., at D'AIemberte who and goo ,, and that the foundation work, _,. :
lelJ with recent utterances of President there'also. Shemade S. vigorous -I(eight million tons; ,an increase ,of : and collectively that the The contractfor floating the vessel f I requested that big name be 'restored so. far completed comes up'1o specific, .
Roosevelt. appeal for the delegates to puta more than two million tons as compared said pamphlet Is absolutely unworthy -I was recently given to the Pensacola to the voting list .of precinct No. ,12 cations. When seen last"night by a '
Stat: ? CharmanVodruff: announced stop to the. white slave, .trade. Tonight with the same quarter last year of their const aUJn. lrom! beginning Towboat Association atA price whichis also held the same view; 'The meeting Journal representative and asked regarding .
that he vouli urge the chief executive there was a demonstration of to end it is a tissue of mis- !'
1 stated at $4,800, and .yesterday afternoon It was understood was tobe the matter. he said: .
resent 'ze inference that the principles and methods of the statements and erroneous assump-- -
: the ''three tugs began their held for the purpose of further -
he and Hearst ar* in accord on cer- union by the different branches, and I. 0. B. B. ADOPTS. tions,: unsupported'and Insupportable work, passing hawser TO the stranded sldc:1lgthis:: matter, but other: members .con-- 1': have nothing to say, except that : "'
tan'! natters, but at the White House departments. ;At the morning session, by facts
tonight nothing was forthcoming Mrs. Lillian M. N.,' Stevens was re- assertions wholly disproved by the with that of a "donkey engine to be Friday night so did the" clerk the Board of Bond Trustees, and )"On. 1 :

concerning the siiUat'oIL' electe! presidentTURftMORE I' RESOLUTIONS, known facts of lhe case;; ,on board a; steamer, in,,an effort who recorded it on the minutes of can' then obtain what information yea .. ,

I: was staged that Secretary Root -', ,. _-3 .- In a speert ar Utica Thursday -night, -'The :.pamphlcT Is 'h' yn om.1{ No Ingrid IsiaHargegressel' and aTJbrtlon" At the' meeting next.Friday .nght.'. Cement .i'5. '
"wouldoutline: the administration'sTiers. :: ::: ORGANIZATION-PAYS< HIGH' TRIBUTE : ma,' or' set' of men"hasf- risked his 't,her rests"hIgh; upontherocks Ballot,boxes,.banots, stationery regis, S I I. Good. j T :
: reputation by vouching for its bare- but it is. believed that the tration" books etc., will be preparedby Contractor Chas.IJ. Turner' who $*'.' '
TO RABBI KOCH, FORMER faced misrepresentations, and this tugs will be successful and float the the board and forw rded' to the to build the new city halL was alsoeeenT '
INDEPENDENCE LEAGUENOMINATIONS ARE RECOVEREDLIST alone should condemn it. ship. It I is not thought.that she is various precincts of the. county for by a Journal representative la's** I" ,

ARE GOOD PASTOR HERE. The pamphlet is a cowardly. pro- so badly injured as at ,first believed next Tuesday's general,election. night He said that the cement be- .' 4 t

Albany. N. Y., Oct 30.-The court duction. Not only because its false although it will require a considerable ing used was the 'very best of Port-
f statements and assertionscause its expenditure of money to place her land cement obtainable and that It is t
down decision
of appeals to-night handed a SEAMEN WERE ,
affirming the right of the Independence KNOWN ,DEAD IN ATLANTIC At a meeting of Alpha Lodge, No. author or authors to refrain from in a seaworthy AuditionDRAINAGE first sifted before being used in the }:
I League, of New York City, 219: L 0., B. B., the following resolutions signing his ,or their names to It, but foundation of the building. So far as i t
CITY WRECK ,NOW IN COURT the damaged portion of tl cement is ,
to make nominations:: .by multiple"pe- were unanimously adQpted: also. because It has been preparedand j
trricns.;: It' also decided that.in judic- NUMBERS 58. We, tha members of B'nal ;B'rith, printed 'secretly for' use at the 'DEBATE'AT'MllTON./ ;. concerned according to Mr. Turner t
Iii nominations, judicial certificates' friends and admirers' of Rabbi. Sam- last moment before election as the none of this is being used and Is an' ir I
filed first had a prior claim and the Del Koch, keenly appreciate his call last desperate effort to deceive the BUT CONDITION OF AUSTRIAN! thrown to one side, as Is seen by the ,
Independence. League had 'the rightto 'Associated to 'a larger field 1:>f. usefulness In the people and betray them. .I lane; pile of it on the site. He said :

designate Its own candidates. Atlantic' By, City,. N, J,,press.' Ot. 30.-The distant, state of "Washington.- While This pamphlet partakes of the nature FIREMEN PREVENTE'D. CASE' ; farther that when cement became"sef .; :
contentien ofCoroner >GaskiU that a we realize that this tribute' to his of an assassin's work. It is con- S BEING, CONCL DED. it could not be used, as It became : ; "
number of who lost_their merit Is a recognition of his .superior c.ehed.in falsehood selfishness greed \ as hard as' flint That portion 1 if
persons AND FRANK :
GEORGIA WANTS lives in the train wreck may be burled talents and splendid character, "and !and- cowardice and is sent forth from GOVERNOR. BROWARD. : .4. J. which Is soft In each, barrel only. is '
in the mud.where,the cars plunged 'We are proud of the distinction: [conferred ambush, with design to mislead and W. POPE SPOKE THERE'YESTERDAY. Seamen and firemen from theA.as-: being. placed in the foundation and S
was'borne'out this afternoon when the upon him; yet we can .but're:: Injure the people of Florida! I appeal trian steamer Irene were; In the re Mr.:Turner nays that.It U as good as
" PAY FOR SOLDIERS bodies of three women were recOvered gret the circumstances separating us t;> the people to keep their eyes : corder's court yesterday morning;and any cement }hht"can be bought
) from under. the .third car. The from so genial a companion, so amiable -:. open and exercise their commonsense I testified 'regarding the fight on-board He also said.that two government

finding of'these! bodies, increases the a man, so ripe a scholar. *- that only is needed to thwart I that vessel at midnight. Monday' when engineers madean, Inspection! yeste "t:

J identified dead ,to: fifty-one! ,and the His association with us ,has.been this. cowardly plot of the railroad Milton, Fla., Oct. SO.-A l laace crqwd),s. Gotterrovich a member of 'the Jlre-daY'of'the foundation which has been ',
SPANISH WAR VETERANS MAKE number of bodies recovered to fifty- nobling. his contact elevating and <:corporations and land grabbers who crowd attended the debate on the j room crew, was beaten into Insensibility placed, and they' found bat It was la
four. Others known to'be dead make his Godly life an object lesson. worthy seek to deprive the people of. Floridaof situation at Milton. Mr. with a marlin spike and other I good..condltlon, it being almost Impossiblecor .- I
CLAIM FOR $30,000 IN certain the number of, dead. in tire of our emulation. the benefits to be derived from a darinage from Indisposition -like Impliments. The testimony;) of men to dfg 'Up the work with (
Clarke suffering an
SUIT. wreck to be fifty-eight. In his future we feel a.peculiar Interest dra'nage 'of the Everglades.A which was prevented, him from at the men was heard,'but the case could picks. .S ;
In a statement made'by'the.coroner and to whatever heights he copy of this anonymous pamphlethas of not be concluded on account of the -If you live as long as that cenreat
W. ,
I this afternoon it appears that he is may obtain, we shaH ever look with just come to my hands. I am' tending.. Hon Frank the Pope absence of the firemen, who lay In lasts," said thg contractor "you wllj
Atlanta, Oct. 30. Judge C. G. Janes convinced the bridge on which the an admiration filled with love. He not called upon to answer It. Untruths Jacksonville was' governor's oppo- 'the-hospital in a very' serious"condi-live forever." '!!'

t 1 l Cedartcwn: who was appointed by accident occurred .was. not as it shouldbe has so impressed himself. 'upon, our require no answer. I merely nent and'both of eS the gentlemen made tion. "Yes, I am satisfied of tbat too," : .
Governor Terrell to lcok after the II' and ft may have to'be rebuilt lives ,that his future Is a matter :of desfr to put the people of Florida eloquent ddras and were greeted Boatswain Sistern was the defend- added Architect Ausfeld." .
aims of the Georgia- troops who I deep concern, and. whatever destiny upon notice as to the nature of this with hearty applause, although the ant in the case and it was alleged More' Material Arrive 'r'
served in the war wiih Spain, for cer- MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS awaits him.: whether of sorrow or joy unsigned; unreliable, unmanly assault largest portion'of the people in with this that he was the one who used the The arrival yesterday of more material .
tan extra compensation, has filed 70 DEGREES YESTERDAYThe disappointment or success, shall be upon their lntellisence- -this desper section of the country, coincide marlin spike upon the fireman; being In the city will allow the con- .
ia'a: in behalf of the three regiment : shared alike by us with sympathy and. atepolitical trick exploited at the Governor Broward's views on the subject assisted by another member of the tractor to proceed with the construe:

et Washington for approximately maximum temperature at Pen- love. last moment by unscrupulous would- ; crew. tion of the ball. The work on the .
&0.000.) Judge Janes is now engaged; sacola yesterday, according to official "Committee: L.. B. Erschman! despoilers.' cf the best interests of The goveriwr:: spoke at Bagdad In The defendant is held in.t jail foundation had to cease during the"(
la collecting all possible evidence records was TO degrees at 2:40: p. m.. chairman; Sol Cahn) Dave Dannheia- the. people of Florida..In the vening. In a conversation after ing developments in the'case of past few days on account of the non- f

bearing on this suit, and lie. hopes to while.the minimum' .registered 52 degrees ser. stating reasons why citizens the debate the governor paid The fireman who besides about''a pend-I I arrival of some metal to be used In
recover somewhere near what the at 5 a. 'm. Officers: Morris Levy, president; should vote against: tae proposed Journal a compliment remarking thatIt wounds and bruises about the re-Inforcing the concrete. This h snow
officers and men who served in that Last year "on.'the5 same date the Max L. Bear, vice-president;' L. B. drainage: : amendment the unsigned was the. best paper in .the state. and body also has a broken .leg- arrived here, and Mr. Turner expects .
"ar claim is due them. maximum was 54 degrees and the minimum Hirechman, secretary; B.M.. Soloman, pamphlet of the corporate interests to nush the work on the hall,
When Judge Janes completed his 58 degrees. I treasurer. .. alleges that the amendment will give CONDITIONS TOBEINYESTIGATED FIRST WHITE MAN TO although handicapped to some extent

record of all these claims some time -- the drainage commissioners "the tremendous IN 40 YEARSBy by the scarcity of labor. .
ago and and unprecedented JjANG
carried them to Washington dangerous .
tJle war department after going over i-: Indi4nOutbreak power to tax any part of the Associated Press. .

them, refused to pay the third volun- state they please" for so-called dra'n Washington:w- Associated, Oct 30.Press.By directionof Augusta, Ga., Oct 30.-:Arthur P. NO CflEBRATION \

I teer retfment anything: :at all, and age purposes. : President Roosevelt' Mrs. J. Ellen Glover was to-day convicted of thq .-
, only offered $0,000 in settlement of Getting More SeriousBy Not a syllable in the amendment. Foster has been detailed from the'de murder of Maude Dean and sentenced
the total claims of the first and sec- confers any such power. The authority partment of Justice to investigate the to'be hanged November 19.! He shot 1st ANNIVERSARY
cuo retnnt' This Judge Janes con- given .is limited to the power to conditions' of.women and; child work- the woman to death in the,-,Slbley i

fldere:1 in : u-aliy insufficient particularly Associated Press. I j I troop trains are reported coming tax swamp and overflowed overflowed lands. If ers through\" the country; Legislation mills two weeks! ago. :Glover Is the
vw of the fact that 'payments Sheridian, Wyo.. Oct. 30.-''We are from Fort Robinson. lands ar:! not swamp and on this'subject "is now pending first white man sentenced to hang in
*ere being made: ,to other states in going to visit Chief White Cow Bull they cannot bs taxed under the proposed and- I before congress. / Richmond county for forty.years. WORKMEN NOT, ,1 I
instances .here they were rejectedMGeoTtfig any cast and will constitutional amendment '
will in every case
the courts ,
the starve.
case. According not be taken .back to-'Utah: to '
s-a t the (troop3 of other states are We would rather die. first"! This is BEING REMOVED this effect Federal Grand CONSTITUTION. .. .5
teng paid this extra compensation,.! of Chief. Kancapp: of the Net a Dangerous F-owier. Georgia Jury ,
the answer
3udge Janes believes! Georgia! i is en- Ute Indians to the.. soldl' rs. Billings, Mont Oct 30.-A message '-The power sought to be given is

-t.ed to the full amount for -whiche The Indians are getting bolder and from Arvada, Wyoming, says that the in' no sense dangerous. The amendment Investigating Cases By Associated PTM i.
has asked, and he proposes to attention to the soldiers. A the 'renegade Ute Indians are in prescribes a clearly defined duty Peonage St Petersburg, Oct. 30.-The first
rush j the, matter through the court .of pay no almost" 'started' Ja.-st' night trenched in a strong position in the 'to be discharged by designated .. anniversary of the proclamation of
e1ain5 fight was encountered a sentinel -I hills and.the Tenth and Sixth cavalryare officers of the state, and each of those! the manifesto giving a constitution to
la Georgia's case tor instance.pay when an Indian Tenth cavalry"and.bumped reconnoitering the country preparatory officers J Is an agent of the people By AsSocIated Press.' the investigation conducted by' Assistant Russia passed in undisturbed quiet.
J1 as beta refused omcers between the of the .intervention to closing Ift on them. Moore- selected by the people to do the people Atlanta Oct SO.-The federal grand Attorney General Charles W. Rus All disorder and bloodshed was avert
ttrte i into a soldier. Only"the I and accountable to thepeople sell. It is understood that Assistant workmen of St Petersburg
)1 their appointment when they ser- head advices, state that work jury of the northern ..district Geor ed. The
: cavalrymen -prevented a a panic is on
of some detail of act Attorney General Russell
. "a""> went to work and the dates of as' other Indians came and the women and children are be for every every gia is nvestigating- the charges of was sent always the most numerous element
their i ious encounter' creatures out by Preldent Roosevelt absolutely
<' done. These officers are to Investigate [- ia any disturbances complied
Emissions while similar pay- ing removed. It is feared In event against of
the and to the constitution peonage.brought a number charges In orders of the
tents hare ofthe constitution. peonage a number of with the labor
in other
been up.The front of clash
from the a the Indians '
will :
,rat latest1 report' scatter restricted and governed by citizens in this state as a result of southern states. organizations and abstained from any F
ana Judge Janes holds"that the locates the main Ute' band in the vicinity and work vengeance on the settlers. at '
II demonstrations.
constitution, and responsible celebrations or
tagIa officers are just as much en- I of Moorhead,'going rapidlr.toward The ranches are being converted into the directly to the people under .\<
I th3 payments as anr Cheyenne reservation.: Two more fortresses. '5' all times TERRORISTS SHOOT AND ,-:
jOherc: ; I the the constitution for every single act Armed of
-S.i which they perform or attempt to per Factions Kentucky KILL ONE POLtCEMA'
STEAMER SINKS AND form. .Warsaw Oct. 30. A band of terrOrists '
23 ARE DROWNED Abe Aiteti. Wins Featheweighi There is not which a line in in the the least proposal d-" l Feud Will Fight ItQut! shot and killed a pollcemam ; .

amendment ". ,. I this evening. Otherwise the day
gree (\s+'!1ld,By Belgium Associated Pr Oct.ss. 30.-The I Championship at Los Angeles responsibility of the officers! who will By AMOdated Press. ago when the members of the t band by tb>' cavalry and detachments 1 t

Gernan! steamer- Hermann from Aa-, be the drainage commaonerSThis Mayking,. Kj. Oct 30.-Advices clashed in batU In the fight Harry of artillery were! posted at
-erp t the Mediterranean was amendment is simply a specific command from Dry Fork state that the Brown Brown was desperately wounded. Every strategic points. The police ordered,. "
t isunk !n the .ohaanal col- ,By Associated Press. t Baker at the 'end of 'a twenty-round emanating straight from the peo.pie'of feud factions are arming themselves effort to effect a truce having the house owners to display flags dar- '
Sunday by a to their
directed offi-
f 1iSin Twenty-three of the crew | Los Angeles. Oct;; SO.-JLbe.Attell. j I contest here to-aight for. 'the father-I Florida and ancther; outbreak is expected at., proved futile, the factions will fightit lag the day and illuminations *tnigat '

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: ciiiEIZ',3 : i i iiT_ GOVE NOR'S T MM* MMMMMiM MM +++ V V +

3 i WEATHER IN ; Wy fiver SarSapd; the medicine greatest t _. ,is J known.' blood tIoIIa-and Itpositively OPEN. lETTER- YOUR BOY 1I!2N:2:

and permanently
cures every humor, from
NOV. _
z =to Scrofok. rt 'is TO
Pimples T' I

... I the Best, j; ,will be well: clothed;.and shod ':: illil! il ilif

vWhat Has :Prevailed During I Blood :Medicine. (Continued from First Papal you will bring him to our : :1

era or agents already created and ;
Above Month controlled by their constitution requiring I
During them to perform a great PUblIc and fit out. : '
Prepare For ,the Cold Now. : store et.us im II
service for the benefit of
use and
Past 27 Years. SPLENDID-HEATER: AT A LOW PRICE the themselves. iii
people : : II I
The proposed drainage commissioners '!

'" win be officers who are nominated* Suits. j jr
Tae following data, covering a and elected directly by the people, t s 111:
tod of 27 years have: been compiled and must continue to be chosen. A /

weath-er will majority be drainage of'' the present,commissioner officers have who We have a splendid Jine. ranging in price fron>> it

y \jfcave 'prevailed during the month of not only been elected, but have been $1.50 to $10 for Boys, from 3 to 17 years, knee Ill it i
November for this period. The data re-elected by the people ot Florida by trousers. I 1
fcthould not be taken as a forecast ofiwfcat full confidenceof 11W- ii ,
votes which attest'the
will prevail during ,the coming the people in their Integrity and Long:Pants Suits for..Youths, 15 to 20 years, $7.50 :It I.! if

nonth i .
capability. to $18.00. -
Temperature.Mean Responsible Officers.The ,i is i I .
or normal temperature, 60
who will be custodianof
officer \
degrees. the funds arising from the drain \II
The month that of Shoes.
was If
tax is the treasurer of the state. ,
49 02 with an ,of 64 age I
average degrees. i itT
The present treasurer of the state
The coldest month was that of
William V. Knott a man of proven \
1880 The with highest an average temperature of 545 degrees.81 THE WONDER HEATER. body oval honesty ,capacity and uprightness We can show you a, very strong line ranging in \1"1' :

degrees on Nov 11, 1896. was' draft.shape best Unequaled quality,.for smooth heating steel qualities bottom, The required treasurer by law W 1 as under is well heavy known:bond price from $1.00 to $3.50--good,, sensible styles as I{i" i 2 i

l The lowest temperature was 28 detarees economy, of fuel and ease, of operation., and is liable under that bond for the well as all the newest and nobbiest shapes. We are j \\r :
NQY. 21, Intended t? burn wood charcoal ehav-
on 1887 and Z7. S93.
The earliest! date on which first+ ings, etc; With nickel urn. Takes 5- faithful accounting of every dollar exclusive agents for Aden's, Shoes for Boys and ,,. ____--- I: :
Inch pipe. Our low price only $1.39. coming into his ,hands "from: each
"killing" frost occurred in autumn. Little Gents the Shoes made in ---- -
rf&ov." 12.Average. board of which he Is made by law ex highest grade Boys' -- :
THE BAZAAR officio treasurer,", The corn tr: ller America. y -, :
on which first %W- .
commissioners of agriculture are
Ing" frost occurred in autumn, Dec. 5. ,
\1 .116 EAST WRIGHT. ,
also bonded officers: bound to the

Ing"The Average frost latest oocurred date date.,which on.in which spring last last, Feb."kill-"kill-23. faithful' upon discharge them ,by of law.every duty imposed I Boys' Shirts and Waists ,Und rwear.. -, i

The collectors, of the drainage tax
5ng} frost occurred in spring, April 6. .
REsIGNS will be the tax collectors of the counties '
Average for Precipitation.the month
Average number of days with .01 every are,responsible dollar of under money those coming bonds'Into for moderate prices, all standard makes, such as Mother's genuine'Egyptian yarn, with a very' light fleece just 22:
Of an inch or more, 7.
The greatest monthly precipitation their hands by operation of law and Friend. warm enough and not too hot. :+

iwaa' 11.46 inches in. 1903., all moneys collected ia turned over to .
1 19 YEARS Of -
state treasurer who Is 'by law ;
the :
The least monthly precipitation '
/Iwas ,0.65 inches in 1887. aforesaid responsible bond.for such money on his lfosicry'for Boys. '.. Thursday and Friday Specials i

The greatest amount of precipitation .

Hours recorded in any 24 consecutive The and presenrtreasurer commissioner of and agricultureare comptroller We can show you goods that for quality and finish Fifty pairs_,Men's fine $3.50 and $4 Shoes for $2.65. i
was Clouds Inches and Weather.on 2 and 3,1903. .SEH ICE each officers who have been bath are hardly matchable outside of our store, and our One lot of Children's: Fine Shoes,. sizes 8 1-2 to 2, at .

Average number of clear-days-14: elected Florida and-proof reelected that by thy the are peopleof entitied celebrated Wild Boy Stocking is well worth your inspection $1.00. You should grasp the opportunity for profit t+
I UJparUy cloudy day, 8i Cloudy.days. 8.
I Wind.; tQ the confidence of the people.Assertion at 25c the pair. offered in these bargains. :i is

[The prevailing winds hare>been w y t.. C."Armstrong Leaves the Palpably.False. s t
from the north. The anonymous. pamphlet alleges ..

wind The is average 8.06. hourly velocity- of. the Quartermaster. Department not that made the "drainage accountable commissioners to any authority are I Come to Our ',Store for "ig 1 -Grade Merchandise at Moderate Prices.WATSON .

The highest velocity of the :wind "- *" u O!' whatever.", :This -'aser ion Is eo
twas 56'miles from the southeast" on 'of AiTn Y. palpably false that it U entitled to rj

JNov. 27. 1893. no consideration whatever. PARKER & REESE CO I
After.nineteen years of service and I have never asserted as allege i
PAZO OINTMENT {S' guaranteed to just after. his salary is increased a in this anonymous pamphlet published ..
Cure any case of Itching Blind Bleeding!1 i considerable amount for valient service by the corporate interests opposedto J "EVERYTHING TO WEAR." 4.

.or money Protruding refunded.Piles SOc.In 6 to 14 days,- or f of the, Chief quartermaster! Engineer..steamer. C. Armstrong Poe has; three drainage million, that acres there,of swamp are twenty-and: :::::;::!::\=# ::::::::::::::::;::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::;:;;::::::: :;::::M:NONi0N 0 :::*

tendered his resignation to the quartermaster -overflowed lands in this state that .
MOBILE will be subject to be' taxed by the
PILOTS department to take effect
cnted by the land-grabbing corporations nculturists and horticulturists i is di-
drainage commissioners. I have etated
immediately, and intends leaving the rectly In contradiction of such DAVIS
that over twenty million acres Who are striving to deceive the any J. F. JEWELER

HAVE NEW BOAT r r city.Mr.. Armstrong bore the distinction have in the past:, been patented to people of Florida, by anonymous misstatements conclusion. the question is pertinent, ,
II these valueless
lands are so ,
and ther" even more reprehensible by
States Now
the United
of the state by government in
being the oldest engineer in
point methods, into voting what process" of reasoning' can the .
as', swamp and overflowed New Brent Building 23 S. Pal rot
of service .in the quartermaster de- which : Si
lands and that some seventeen million away their property rights to gratifythe corporations, are back of all
partment; and while in recent years greed of the corporate interest? the opposition to drainage, justify
flEW ONE PURCHASED TO TAKE acres have been procured under
he has been engineer of the boats It is also stated that the drainagecommissioners their fforta. through the political machinery
PLACE OF LOUISE F. HAR- running between the city and Fort alleged legislative etc. Whether grants by all railroad the will ba independent. and tbe courts of the state M ** **Wf* f**"'.*"**** -HoHI"i'l
Barrancas he has also served in other of of courts. and the nation to possession ,of
the legislature and the get
which been to DIAMONDS !
lands have patented WATCHES
PER LOST DURING positons with credit His resignation state overflowed How can this be eo when these very these very lands? JEWELRY,

STORM. is due to ill health, and he believes tends the and are therefore swamp subject and to drain corporations tare enjoined the commissioners The drainage commissioners have CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ3E !

that by Jeaving the city and obtaining age is a fact to be determined. If in the courts of the United; never made any assessment upon any I ,
The Mobile Herald says: A new !a position where he can diet himself any part of them are not swamp and States in number of suits IfOw Pending land except' upon swamp and overflowed STERLING SILVERWARE, |
that he will be much .
improved. land,
boat has been purchased by the Mo I overflowed lands the proposed constitutional They have no authority ART POTTERY
bile Bar and Bay Pilot's associationto I He.has secured the position of chief amendment cannot affect It Is stated and reiterated In this to. Moses any other elaaa of land and OPTICAL GOODS, |
engineer of the plant at the State Insane be fatherless pamphlet that reclamationof none 1 ie Bought to be conferred, or CUT
drainaed GLASSWARE.
take the place of the pilot boat them, for they can neither
Louise F..Harper, ,which Uew ashore Asylum 'at Chattahoochee and nor taxed -for drainage. the Everglades Should not be attempted Ie oonlerr**, by the proP M4 amendment N
will leave here to-morrow morning until proper surreys and estimates 'Every! cent of tag collectedIn
during the September storm, and Is I
Creates No NewOffice.
for that place., of the eosts have been made. a drainage district is required by ;
badly damaged. Capt. Dave Coster
He has ,been succeeded chief The unsigned pamphlet alleges the amendment to be for
and Capt. Alex. Johnson returned to as engineer The only comment that can be expended. Engraving and Ino Stationery
-on the Poe by George Caro ,that the drainage amendment,. if ratified made upon such statements is that drainage within that district.
the city this'morning from 'Bruns
of the aavyyard. by the people, ,will serve to build they are absolutely false. That ,..,.. Indorsed ""e. i
wick. Ga., where they purchased the "
& up a "strong political machine. This great region has been carefully surveyed Finally' It la claimed that the peopleat I :
D. Jordan
that Port, one The; of Jordan the finest left Bruns boatsat : $ ,OOO TO' LOAN ON GOOD SE Is pure buncombe. Not once single time and title; again by ,engineers primary elections have already ex Mail Orders RcWve'Prompt Attention
CURITY. PENSACOLA INVEST- office is created by the amendment. of abundant experience and pressed themselves against the drainage I
wick in 'Sims
charge of Capt and .
Existing officers are simply commanded amendaent. If Issue electedme
proven competency, and the probable any
Isola. arrive nere in the'next. eight..o? to do certain work, and'no patronage of it
costs of drainage based those governor Florida was my
: days. She is of 6S'tons' Three upon
capacity, Negroes Killed.
}three tons larger than the Harper,1 Nashvlll, Oct.: Montgomery dispatches is' attached to the doing of be that 'e baostire surveys, have been repeatedly pledge"to the people to.preserve and E:. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. 1
fend eleven feet and that three The only persons to em. published for the informationof to reclaim by drainage the public do .
The draws one inch. 'says' negroes were ployed will be laborers to dig canals, the people of Florida. main. The legislature of 19 05, which MOBILE ALA tWi
Jordan will work
the Moses
with killed and another ,
today by :
WH. OrlnneL It has not been decided I the caving in of a ditch on which they ,and and other bonded will officers be employed already by providedby sworn The Tax Limit approved now the amendment td the con- iFIFA*M3KMHmHWW*. HH..... .
stitution before was
[;what will be done with the! Harper,. were. working.; The cry is raised_ that there will the people
E the constitution and responsible be no limit to the amount of, tax elected oa the drainage iHue.nd, a ,
under the law to the court and the clear majority of the legislature and which the
a people for every act which they do. levy. .The drainage answer is comissioner, that no lands may other officers nominated by the Democrats c .m DRINK BOTTLED
Furthermore does any sane man in the: primaries'of 1506 are favorable .. .
Tonic After imagine that under our system of save those which are swamp and over. 'to the drainage amendment.The .-I p.f
flowed can be taxed at ail those cannot
TyphoidMrs. ;
nominations and elections directly by backbone to the opposition to
be taxed over ten cents per acre o 0.rJY
the people, any officer is going to be be drainage Is found in the land-grabfetng -
annually; and they cannot taxed
.- Evelyn B. Barnard, of fool suicide enough by to taking commit;certain step in political the after. the drainage work is computed the corporations prompted straits of by greed, 0 : WV .
any The utterly discrdtted and' desperate corporate a 0 (!)()({l
Kingston'N. Y., tells how Duffy's direction of abuse of ,power even if is used that the greater partof Interest* is reflected by the miserable
Pure Malt Whiskey transformed that power was granted?' 'The Ideais is structure of falsehoods which "
the 'glades not worth dratgtngthat '
her from weakness into too ridiculous to notice, except as constitute the pamphlet here considered .
the value of the best part of '
1 strength after a terrible nine it indicates the desperate extremityto Everglades is very doubtfuL ,

*Yr;,: weeks' siege( of, typhoid fever. fallen.which in the their corporate fight upon Interests the rightsof have Overlooking the ,fact that all the Very respectfully N. B. BROWARD, dg ftefore drinking see that you
testimony of scientists and expert ag-
45 She regards this medicine as a the, people. Governor of Florida.
I. k'I:. life saver for her. The following Estimates of Coct o 0 get the GENUINE. A word

\ word" The unsponsored pamphlet n,xt alleges I Lest We
are her,own. : .. that no provision Is made in forget-Baby is restless, cant sleep to the; wise is sufficient.

1. # ., regard DufYs'> : relTaltTuskey shad a the amendment for making estimatesof WHY IT SUCCEEDSBecause at night won't eat, cries spasmodically. 0, O' '
fa me. I b en"down nine A bottle of White's Cream
? ...,' s in tae Citr'f Hospital with the terrible the cost of the drainage work.
I, ;:.> r 4. ; fever. lYlenl, was discharged .{ This ignores the fact that numerousestimates Vermifuge never fails to cure. Every
I WM.Vtrj1 weak pi_could hardly mother should give her baby White's Hygeia Bottling Works
t. have been., made they
i.. : on Tettf, I )lad tkaF nroch of and ,
.r. mj : f. so Cream Vermifuge. So .
It's for One Only, and many times
''- mcdiciae and'its cu>P that I rfeolnMl to show both the perfect feasibility and ,
tt a ,fair trjaL f"\.ok tore* battles on the economy of reclaiming the great, Penaacola People Appreciate when the baby is pale and fretful, 124 E. Chase. Street. Phone 587.Beautiful .
? wiTahto. the does
l' BAKNAETX"I start to.tatilweeksll to walk mother not know what to do.
a maeMtbo\ittir5)g, shj*I <*&.really vastly rich Everglades; ,'region by THi. A bottle of this medicine would -
tttOy say At'tared.** fwm-a.rejlpse. I drainage. These estimates have been bring .
I keep |it-in.the! Ja as ft fa the only widely published over the state in color to *his cheeks and laughter. to -
medicine to hare around as a pretfentative Nothing can be good for everything, his eyes Give it a trial
s kmdf I hope iron will pub- the press, In literature.which has been well brings ;;; ; :; 1
Doing suc
one I
I Y: : this, that others may knowwhere to find distributed and in speeches made in 212-PHON E5-881. 1. Examples ModernStyles
tilt mall has such merits. Yours almost every county, in Florida cess. I East Hill t
trulY.Mrt. EVEJ.YN B. BARNARD, Grocery Co.U .
i Doan's Pills do one thing .
MRS. EVELYN This the
& Box?;,Wngit n,N.Y.Duffy's ." Oc:t.a6'V5e pamphlet produced by corporate F.BOWES Manager. 2
c Interests which even they only.They Increased buslnesa ,maKes two phones In Furniture
Pure Malt were ashamed or afraid to sign proceeds cure sick kidneys. actuary. and another new delivery i
Whiskey to complain that the proposed They cure. backache, every kidney w.gen.VESSELS %

It It recon1ed everywhere.the unfailing_ specific for the cure or typhoid, tramps., drainage and amendment unequally;will that operate local unjustly op-- IL UNDER CHARTER i'): room in the house can be seen on the T
Here is Pensacola evidence to TO LOAD AT THIS
dyseaterydfarrh.each.leramorbu. PORT
stomaokache,coJl.eaUoa sunstroke,heart fail. e tion is denied that tithe
r drainage big double
) ;
Iaiatin .weak stomach, aud're: feve ..prostratieD alld e 01 prove it: store room-upstairs and i
lummer. All call be cllred cared b,taking a tcupooaful of Dud sadoonetlls iwit1on! will prevent the sale of The following vessels are under
fa each of water you 4rbiL Anthony Collins cf 420 EL Int>?nden' ; collection\ embraces wonderful
Whisker, glass It lands in this state. Charter to the Gulf "Transit not only a -
the rcnaa. It I*absolutely cia St. "Mrs. Collins read an advertisement Company : i
pure p says:
nd contain no rt .l oiU It la r+' do iais is clap-trap of 'the rankest about Doan's Kidney and will load cargoes at this port: variety medium-priced goods, but many of ,the
doctor*of all school,U used in all ofthe1eaZ sort How can injustice ;and .Jneaualty f For LtverpooI-.Vlvina. riches
;; lag tospital of the .world, and is toe only be worked when the amendment pms and procured a box. She suffered I'Cracfa, In port In'port; f pieces that.have been produced this season. i
wbiafccy recognised a medicine kfedical loins
in her
at from i
aenttree.x advice and. a raluakle booklet oa disease Is restricted in its operations to lands 'and across feedback aching after working I! For Antwerp-Enterpe, In port; Bedroom sujes from $20 to $150; parlor suits togo
which and overflowed?
are swamp
'io Who ever heard ot property being hud in the house. She usd less'Rkojesiaa.For Havre Nor. 6. i and 100; chairs_ from 75 cents to S4.5Q; matt ng5 .
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is sold than! one box; of Doan's Kidney Pills Euterpe, In port; 25 30 arid'3a'c' :
being ,
unsalable because was' ,
? by aH first-class and made and they did her,much good. I have Rhodesjan. ;Nor 6': Cayo. Largo (or : ts, .1atd. free.BUVTfibw !
druggists groc- C' D Improved Such arguments:could excite : ,nbstltute) Nov. 18. '. '
beard these of highly by "
ers/or direct, In sealed bottles only., only the ridicule even of chitI I pills spoken j For Bre.D..August .
'different people'who have. trt3d. them Belmont, fa \ -
Price $1.00. See that the "Old dren. What insulting reflections port; Cayo Largo i' ; PAY LATER.
they are upon the intelligence of therotersof md: all consider them a remedy which"acts (or substitute) Nov: $ i
18. :
Chemist" trade-mark Is on the label. Florida! up to the representations made i A .

: Look for it carefully,and refuse sub- *. Who: Instituted UtlatUon., for them. j' riaaga.;for EUesraere in"port.EVERYBODY. -Asuncion de Lar- : ) : .. -:

a stitutes.. 'It will cure*you after aH Agahf it !$ contended' that no lands For sale by all dealers. Price 50.ents i

k other::remedies, have failed. Duffy '\- '41'0E. MP ought to be- drained because some j Foster-MIIburn Co. Buffalo.J] ; WHO BUYS FROM t MARSTON & QUINA i

iWhiskey Co., N. Y. lauds a.r Involved in litigation. :Who Ne'k York. sole agents' for" the United. US PRAISE OUR MEATS. IF YOU 1
Is responsible for the litigation? Was States. "|Wtt-L, GiVE US
ll:; = not every particle of it Instituted ands Remember the name-Doan'- and 1 W1LHPRAISE US TOO ORDER NEW CITY YOU Isuo-S.: PalaoQ Sf. Phone 149, Pouacoli, Fla f

,CO., DISTRIBUTERS. not every particle of it being prose- take no other. I MEAT MARKET.

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Sugar',, Planters. j "-** .t;'":.of':-,Louisiana,"=,Ji 'i. Large' Number of .Men' :i : and Shirt / ;sts"i" ; i i* .

II W.I a rt w Sending'PlahtatiOI: to, 'Islands" For' 1 I rived Here: Last Night. for the balance of this week:'. ; : {" '

Workers. .
.. From Points. North., : *
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I: IF YOU ARE A CLIMBERIf problem Louisiana by.,the Ms. ,;,jsolvlng JmpQrtaUon, //the of 'sugar labor I!. ;midge The forces department
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plantation, workers.from Porto Rico' ard Nashville are being increased: t tot' go on. sale Wednesday at sacrifice : t
you are ambitious, The Picayune Tuesday says:.- :I II[Esraiab:.aas, fast as the'' tan be morning .,:: t

Ii Iitf store.the ladder is on our brought Seventy-eight the to steamship this Porto. city;Arkadia Ricans yesterday were and onboard i 1 cured workmen, and reached last night.a the'city' large; from force i : ,} ', prices, as #follows:: :-H: :: : ;

tf rirth, and will 50 out_ to-day tb *" a-" ; W
were disembarkf at the Immigration! ,
The first consideration ,on the bridge. .
station at the 'head of Esplanade S'h\ 1
is personal street They the',,:second coatis the bridge is in such I $3.50 Mannish Tweed' Silks/tO' go' this' S.OO.C1oth.Sldrss'in.lilac: '
your a'p- are'. -I that trains can be operated, it is at $ ( <; blue or gray, to goat ;: "
f! pearance. gent of su plantation laborers who permanently,r b'iIt..,and the .
have, come to Louisiana from 'Porto is desirous of completing the work sale .$1.98 'P .L "$3.90 1
t. People look before Rico In the past three months, workas quick as possible. A large amount ; : : ,. I$5.G0
field hands and: rsugarhonse employees -
.. they listen. In the' parishes of,this stata.:: work trestle:! has which been was accomplished almost!! swept on Mannish Tweed, or plain Wool Panama Lot of extra 'fine_ $7.50 and $8.50 Wool Panama

.t Here's the suit to'help The previous arrivals! seem to havegiven by the hurricane,. but- here .
i give you an audience. satisfaction,- and ifrla intendedto mains months,of work for large yst Skirts to go at .. . e.. or'; .,' . $2.95 Skirts, a great bargain for .$5.90
,of these Porto Ricans,
try more of
io iIA At any price from $10to I I who()-ought to prove acceptable, as they. The greatest difficulty' exr>Srienc

$35. have had e:1pedenc'In: sugar, plantation by the company has been In

':...:.. STANDARD \LATHING BUILDING CO. I Immigration Libor The work'originated idea on of,Association the, enlisting Isfond.with the' "that with Louisiana, class a view of the men not they:road be and were securedj material.also needed'required.as''other At worst the attention divisions they time I ; 1 Special Bargains" in Silk Waists

of meeting .the, '' difficulties caused by .
considering Jhese facts, ,
::1 r the ,scarcity of labor in the sugar re I work has been '
'. gion. The Association sent an agent accomplishedREMOVED 1 t received the
'.. SCARRITT MORENO. .to the island: of Porto' Rico, and excellent : = TO .ROOM; 302 BR Just in following materials: :
'. results are expected to follow BUILDING. ,JOHN., W.: I ,
:: Aent for: Diebold Safe and Lock Co.. from the success of the venture: JR REAL ESTATE. LIST I j Plaid Silks
canton. Ohio whereby) :already. more' than 150 men PROPERTY VMTH; ME rOR ;, Mercerized Cotton. Embroidered ;
:: dice:! and: Saleiroom, .0 ,E. Gov. St. have come ,over in.. two shipments. t : ; :

''.. --'SOMETHING----- --- NEW-! There arrivals were because no'women the men among want the to new find SPAIN BUILDING i Batiste, ,and Taffeta :,Silk.beautiful .. : a;

,::1:1'j refilled: Beauty) Pins, 25 and 30c per pairW. out if the jobs will suit them, aid: if
they are satisfied they will send for "
, A. Gahlenbeck, 21? S.. Palafox SL their wives and children and' make. 'GREAT I A collection of New and Stylish Waists '

--- --' their homes in Louisiana.The .
'j COTTRELL.FINE men 'who arrived yesterday '.

Pensacola PHOTOGRAPHS.! Fla. were States- not Immigration detained,Inspectors.by the United They liS ADAPTING AMERICAN. t : '- ,, from '75c to 7.95 each., < a "

e .,_ passed through' as American citizens, I IN CONSTRUCTION OF NEW '' ;
.. and were transferred without delay' to
TURTON & BELL.fHCICGRf.PlEIS the Southern Pacifictrain, and takento SHIPS.' : f'
K aiuiupples.inishlnj\ SINCE for Armtejrj.1373. : their,destinations- In charge of II I I T. H. LAN NON & CO.

A. Allen, agent of the Louisiana Immigration M
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Association. Ten are going'to London, Oct. SO.-Spain .Is i Iq
I R. K. WHITE, Captain John.N. Pharr's plantation, in rapid progress with the rebuilding
Wa'ct-maltr.Marutsctunng Jeweler and Graduate St. Mary Parish; ten' to the Bovillian her navy. The' expenditure of : -r i-!"" ,* ,y. ;\1-\1- ; .: *H* H >>HHH H.H' t
t'tlcin,31)S, Faialoi Street Penaacola. Fla. Plantation, ten to M. Zenors s plantation $70,000,000 authorized by the _,._,__ "_' _i'n- r>, _' ,_ t :
.. ,b .. .. t
tweBty-thr to JLt Burguieres'plantation last year is being laid out to cover -. ... : -- : .
-----' ,, all In St. Mary: Parish;: fifteen -construction 'program of ,six years: Ts -_ __ H..U .nnHn un__ !
to the Labry&, Blown place in comprises eight; 14,000-ton battIesh ; :, 'rs r3;
.. Tersely Told Lafourche Parish. The remaining ten nine cruisers; and several smaller
1 will go to the plant, of the United sels. Half the ships must be built fj'TO j
1 s. C. Cameron, of Holt, Fla. is In Railway and Trading Company,. In Spanish yards and besides' "the. 't" +.
the city. Plaquemines Parish.A struction now under way, 'a, :

N. R. Vaughn, of Mcscogee, was in Article. reorganization and equipment cf ':OflFNRYKIL'LIKLLY SECURE: : LISCENSES: : ; { '
the city yesterday.W. Most Worthy arsenals, docks and yards at .. .
When an article,,has been on the Cadiz and Carthagena has been ,
8: Wilson, of Freeport, was a market for years and gains friends dertaken. '
business visitor to the city yesterday. every year, ,it is safe'- to call this partisan of King the navy Alfonso and is gives an Kidnapping' the Two Children of Mrs. Mary Many, Have Not Yet Paid and 50 Per Cent. Penalty,Will,
medicine worthy.one. Such is Bal- I
J. a. "
Bullock real estate agent, encouragement to that branch of
. has moved his office to the Brent lard's Horehound 'and Svrup It positively government. 't Churchill;:But.Could Not Be Granted, Owing. Be 'Collected From All the Delinquents
coughs all Pulmonary
Building cures Among other vessels now hu 1't r
I diseases. One of the best known merchants Omission in Final Decree of After i
There will are the Empcrador Carlos V., a : to To-Day. '
services 'at Christ in Mob e.Ala', says: 4 i
tected cruiser of 10,000 tons, *-
Church on All Saints Day (Thursday) "For five years my, family, has not I t '
at 7:30 and 11:30 been troubled With the winter belted cruisers Cardinal \ Div orce.
: coughswe
a. m. '
a Catalnna and Princess de '\S. Many licenses have been securedby of the' licenses: are Issued! the '
'cII AIl Saint's Day services will be owe I this know to Ballard's saved Horehound children 'and the protected cruiser-:-Reina. c. .-c., ,aw feeImportant the license payers of Pensacola, amount collected from that source .: f
trt conducted at SL Kat arine's church Syrup.from idas: my I genta. A contract whIch' has for-the arrest 'of Henry 'Omission. I especially during, yesterday and the this year will exceed by a consider r ,
trk a. 7 a. m. and: 10 a. m. many Mckspells: been signed in London for-' sergeant' In. the! artillery United:States Commissioner Marsh last few days, but there yet remain able amount that of any year pre; IIp 'f
trd k the Jackson Barracks I r'yesterday hearing the fully one-third of the persons 'doing vious. 1
Among the business visitors to the 212-PHONES-881. power doors for Reina. .Regel! stationed at upon complaint ,
II city yesterday were W. B. Archer, of East ,Hill Grocery Co. now'nearing completion at F New Orleans, \tas applied fort,of Mrs. Churchill that ,her two children business. in Pensacola who must either REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT t
d IntendSt had been and that their licenses today or else
Cary\ille, and A. Hollowell, of De- M, F BOWES. Manager shows that Spain make, by Mrs 'Yary..Churchlll. I kidnapped secure ; BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK f
Funiak. Increased business makes two phones new 'wa1"shlps: 'up-to-date' as' 'X> to make affidavit, against she wished to :make affidavit against pay a penalty of 50 percent of,the 1 i L
! necessary and another' new delivery 1 Me. Old style bulkhead doors kidnapping her two children. I Henry Killikellj, her former husband, amount of the license when it,is final, JR. REAL ESTATE LIST YOURPROPERTY I
Allen Brewton of McDavid, and wagon. been provided ;for; but 'when the-' I -Ult could not'be granted for I charging him with the s crime, began ly secured. WITH ME FOR SALE. ; 1 it
John B Vaughn, of Century, were REMOVED TO'ROOM 302 BRENT :thorities found, .oat about .the. n that in the final decree of :an investigation of the divorce proceedings To-day Is the last day In which*ny MONTGOMERY TO HAVE ,
among the .visitors in the city yes BUtLDlrvGL JOHN.. W. BULLOCK, method of closing watertight. doors j e 'granted ,by..the circuit court!: before issuing the warrant, will be issuedbefore the penalty Ie ,. THIRD AFTERNOON DAILY J '
k terday. JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR electricity a change was, !3 made of:the disposition I i and found that he could not issue the imposed and those who f8jIto secure 'I"
F There will be no services at PROPERTY. WITH; ,ME' FOR SALE. 'made- These power doors, known: two children and consequent-]! warrant Inasmuch as there had been a license today will have no' The Montgomery Advertiser says: ; '
I: Christ Church this afternoon 'owing the "Long Arm" system are ;: 'court commissioner decided'Ian|, important omission in the final decree one to blame but themselves, as. ample J'1ans'are'! under way for,the organize,
!ee er e to the funeral services of Mrs. James Be CkeerfvL rention of an American naval father had as much right to I I, of divorce. This 'was' that nu notice has been given. tion cf a new afternoon daily newspa .
Sheehan which will be held from Be cheerful .It Is'trite advice to tell and ere installed on nearly all of the children as the I:mention ,was made as to the disposition The office of the city comptroller per In Montgomery which. It Is said, .'
there at the usual hour for services. women to take...ach.d: y,as It comes, to new ships of the United States 1 i : of the' two children yhich were was a busy place yesterday,and that will .open for business within a few .
avoid remorse,over .what-is ,done and loe object is to make ships disappearance- the two chil 'alleged to have been k"snapped by .official stated last night that only dsys. The paper ,will be known fs .
I i The fire' department was called out forebodings over'what.Is to come, but able by providing bulkheads In. Hyaclnthe and Agnes, and also I Killikellv. He found that while the .about: two-thirds of the usual number ','The.. Daily States". '
yesterday morning at 11:30 o'clockto I it is no less "valnablw advice Nervous .of emergency from an' electrical Killikelly, former husband of bill of complaint' in which the tatty dK' 'licenses had been Issued Licenses Under the present plans Alva FVz-
a small cottage on West LaRua prostration Is seldom'tbe result of tral station located above decks. : who asked permission: sued for divorce aske for the custodT" are Due on October .J, but it has Patrick will be edKor-in-chief, J. K.
street, between Reus and DeVillier pre i According.to the lastest them for a ride, after a short I of the children and also for alimony,'"always been the custom to allow one Williamson general manager, and W.
street, occupiedty colored people. ent trouble or work, 'but- of work and Spain has in commission 3 them at Warrington was de I that in the final decree, which went month in which to secure them On :,. Philips foreman. A number of
The fire originated from a defective trouble anticipated.' 'Mental exhaustion -'class battleships, 4 armored in The Journal yesterday morn- by default. no mention was madeConsequently November 1. the law provides for a prominent business men are stockholders .
flue and' 'the' roof was slightly damiged comes to those who.look ahead and .32 second and third class cruisers i he held that the father penalty of 50 per cent.of the ,license, In the new venture. '
climb mountainebefore.they arrive at !ooa: -going gunboats, 30 river I was as much entitled to the custody and this will be colleeted'when the It .is und ra'.ool t>at full eqtrlp.mtnt .
them. Resolutely build.'a, wall about .of the children the mother, and refused 'paper is issued. It Is then that all :or the newspaper has already
Vagnolia .Temple, Xo 4, Rathbone i 5 destroyers 13 torpedo boats and as \leHnquents'are looked up?, by officers been ordered, and that a place oa
today and live, within the inclosure. Issue'a warrant.
hV i to
Sisters will meet to-nisht at 7:30 I miscellaneous vessels. By the employed by the city, and those Dexter avenue has been secured for
o'clock when 'the report of the grand The past may have been bard, sad or I the program? now being carried :out: The alleged crime was committed who are delinquent are compelled, to th installation of an office and plant.
representative will'be'fiearti'and there wrong. It is over 'The-f iture may belike !completed, 'she will have brought : I'upon the naval reservation and of come up with the necessary, amount. {Papers for incorporation for the
will! also be initiation. All' members the past but the,woman who worries I navy up t> such formidable propotlons the New course it was necessary in order to The probabilities are tha/when all newspaper havo not yet been filed. r
are requested to be present, and I about it"may: '.notTive'to meet It. .that It will have to be obtain the'arrest .of the party, to se i ,.
members of brother and sister lodgesare i If she does she will J>earjt. .:The only ered as. an important factor' in cure a .warrant from the United I
cordially invited. thing with which sbj "j.nou'd concern I balance of IMropean sea power' ,. ,States .court.'
herself is todayits .sunshine_ its air, [ Is:"at Jackson Barracks.
The taking of the testimony in theca
Late yesterday afternoon a reply
: e of the libel suit of the bark Andrea Its' friends its frolics,. its wholesome i BUILDING.REMOVED TO JOHN.RCCM W: 302 Light HouseS was received from a telegram seI.tto
'vs the steamship Tugela, for i work and perhaps Its 'necessary. sorrow I JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST the commander of Jackson Bar

ttoOOOi as, continued before United !' i PROPERTY WITH, ME FOR, racks, near .New Orleans It was to "
States Commissioner 'Marsh yesterday ,the effect that Henry Killikelly was
The. testimony of the membersof II' IF IT'S NICER FRESH TENDER i' Bread i 1''still in the service and was at Jack .uii ,
'RING 223
the crew of the Tugela only are MEATS son Barracks. JCo mention was madeof
being<< taken at present, as that vessel!! NEW CITY ,MEAT MARKET. BONifAY the children; and 'In fact the tele ,

win shortly sail from this pert.. '. IF ITS :NICE. RaH ,TENDER II I gram ''was somewhat unsatisfactory!! r
William Gentry the, seven-yearold : MEATS YOU WANT,:' RING 223, giving but little information outsideof 1I
bread is made by that the NERVOUS AND
eon of MrSnd Mrs. :Frank Gentry I NEW CITY ;MEAT MARKET.Tlnr the fact sergeant was in
., the service.
died yesterday< morning at 9 o'clockat our new special l pro
It is understood that Mrs Churchill PHYSICAL,
home of hiajarents In Milton. Special ta The JournaL It retains its
This child had beln SICk for some Quaint little.flower.sachets are madeof ; Bonifay Oct. 30.-Hon. H. E. cess. I'does net propose to cease her effortsto ,
of her children,
time but ribbon twisted and knotted In last freshness longer than obtain possession
bore his sufferings patiently bits of ; man came night from PerrFla.
locate them it is
and if she possi-
until death came to his relief. The and touched ever so lightly with brush I ., where he went with a prisoner. any other bread. It is I ble that other can proceedings will be Instituted IF'your housework is a tax upon your endurance, :
Immediate cause of his fleatu' was an and water colors until they,are realistic 'Three parties were up for a '
"cess on the brain. The funeral in the daintiest sort:of'way. Pansies, inary hearing yesterday before for their recovery. or your office hours are long and severe,

'il1 1 be conducted at the family resifnce daisies, great pale.vlolrts and the pret- Cox. U_ S. Commissioner, on a Made Bread your duty: to the. family ,demands that you use
this afternoon at four ,o'clock I of violating the Federal laws. MRS.JAMES SHEEHAN'
; tiest of all erchids, are afl made, each Acme al Tonic, When allow body
interment in the Milton cemetery concealing the tiniest bat packed witha I Mrs. H. E. Heckman is visiting. you your
It's faint, delicious perfume. They are atives In Westville. made in a bakery. The DIED YESTERDAYAfter to remain in a weakened state, you: let down '
the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" that I }[. M. Owens T. J. Bell and oth
torches, the exact spot. Get Blue for tucking in a pile of snowy handkerchiefs ,went over from Westville yesterday. loaves are square and < 'an Illness of several weeks, the bars to all lands_of', disease. Germs gain a 1

1 r l bon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolute- or In .v ilor.gJdve or collar : Mrs: W., H. Brett, Jr., Is' in every loaf is labeled. \ Mrs Fordie Sheehan, wife of James foothold easily in such a system, and you should t
Pure, go twice as far and the "Blue case or even.to be attached to the frontof ;ville visiting relatives. Sheehan passed away yesterday
fortify this
R.bbon Fiavor" is perfection. Ask a corset by gray of decoration.. The lumber is being put on Try it. morning at the family home. No. 222 vpursell with splendid vegetabletonic
for the :23c! size. -r'-. ground preparatory to building Ch' East Intendencja street She} had which gives the strength to resist and to

I !-- Cotton's new residence. long been a sufferer few of tuberculosis weeks had, overcome troubles;which: would otherwise be
and during the past
Miss Dora
Wilkes of Ponce
awe Y s R em I!. Leon is clerking In the store been confined ,to. her bed, with but dangerous in thir ultimate development.
axative J'aDJI.:4: de fN87c.r..CaId..o.eDq. Chas. Cotton. PFEIFFER'S 'little hope 'of recovery, but her death

"'" ... :ISo W. F. Bludworth came over was nevertheless a severe aock. At Jill Drugstores or1 Direct From the Brewery
husband and /
Sheehan'leaves a
: Uy Mrs.
DeFnniak Springs yesterday. Mod* by Acme Brewing Co.. Macon. Co.Actffmr .
two small children to mo'ira her dt ath, .
Daniel A. Simmons, I
an attorney< addition to a' large number of relatives z
I BAKERYPhone in
Chipley was in Bonifay a while !
need have no :terrors ,for you terday. and friends. .- .
t1 I A > will leave the
funeral cortege
I IP The
Mrs. P. A. Devane Is
t'H DAY if you send your washing .tcJ fives la Vernon Florida, this week.< 365. :home this afternoon at .3 o'clock for ramII
where the services
Church are
Ute..rIrv W. B.
: The New Fkuur, from near Free be conducted. The Interment will
fC'El3S|: < .***St was up yesterday on a visitto: to J
E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. Nar.a.d WI'I'J iUf .!;.a, .. I be made In St-Jphn's: cemetery!!
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FOUR'.J<<__" THE : ,_ .,,'_ _7Wf I G
f, ,- ., ., .,T : ; ;< >-- -
v the'Rcepta and' expenditure* of;the >r ? ,1
deal mm ,the 'vyWAAMUSEMENTS
public and there are many good reasons great power than _

rfe enttn1a mtftml The why Journal they should has alirays;be. advocated- offices drainage would or think board' worrying about will about bare abolishing; yet power.no these cad drainage do11&r. fur of,1 board.,,drainage the expenditure Then: money besides: wW of ,every haveto warrants :

publicity 'of campaign expenses not .This "bugaboo about fear of graft be signed by every member, of the [:

I cnly of campaign committees, but of by the drainage board is not only in drainage board and it certain\ would men ]

] individual candidates and it hopes Insult to the bard but positively be unusual to elect five dtofloafert Three county:
ridiculous. Every 12-year old school to oidos at one time.
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY I that the national* parties will set a boy knows that the legislature has commigstenefa' can overrule the other

PUBLISHED EVE iY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I good example,and,begin A good practice the power to investigate any branchof two aad.ruQie affairs of a eraBtft to
by making those expenses public the state government and so they but tae'drainage board will have

4 ...BY... this year.The will hare. tae, power to Investigate be a unit.t ..

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Savannah 'Morning News says; ..... < 1

r The liberal, humane and prompt action it't..t"'O"'O..t' 'O .'.'B''O"'O'i Nn. J4 s 1a

FRANK' L.: MAYES. President an* General Manager of Mr.,Henry LTlagler< ; through

4 M the officials of his railroad the Florida i Dictionary Citations of Socialism i'c'o"

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. East Coast, In sending relief and

providing for the.comfort of the shipwrecked +K 3.o.. o..t.MMMM*.W ..i" '"

SUBUCRIPTION RATES employes' -this company" ,

On Year .. .. ..........*5 00 One Month .. .. .. ... .. 45 picked up at sea and brought Into sev The ethics of Socialism are iaenti-' of production the-jolnt possession of

Six Months .. .? .. .. .. 2 50' One Week.. ., .. .. ., .. 10 era! :ports, is In keeping with that cal with the ethics of C Christianity. tie community.--Century Dictionary.
, :Three Montfis! ... .. .. 1 25 Weekly'Edition, per year.41 CO gentleman's well t known kindness of Encyclopedia Britannica.: The citizens of a large union. Industrially -
organized, have reached their
heart As, in his business affairs, so individual ato- die
The abolition of that happiness when the producing, .
The Only Peasacola Afotvspapef.From WhIch'a ..t...., Is he In everything prompt- and effective lion ,on which>i modern societies depend tribnting and other activities are x

Circulation Statement Can Bm Secured. / In what he does and the substitution of a regulated such that'each citlaen finds in them

system of cooperative: action.-. a place for all his energies'and aptitudes -

.. ..., The Fiddlers Convention at the pe- Imperial Dictionary. while he obtains the means of
Funiak Fair to be the drawing .
promises advocatesa allot his desires.--Herbert
7 'A theory of society that satisfying
rd tonal Rums 38BBtlMSf Papers on Sal. on Trains card of the! week. Franklin &as harmonious ..
tbeaee. { I I more precise, orderly and Spenoer.
Office 1500 and at all News Stands. not a few fiddlers,'and the Times re- arrangment of the social relations !A theory of policy that aims to secure '

grets that they will'miss,,this featureof of mankind than that which has the reconstruction of society, In : ct.

the West Florida Fair, believing hitherto prevailed.-Webster. crease of wealth, and a more' equal, s
Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntn'd.nola and DaLuna Sts.PENSACOLA that they would return home with A science of reconstructing society distribution of the products of labor S t.q

the prize offered were they on hand on an entirely new basis: by substituting through the public collective ownership

with their rosin and bows.-Aaplachi- the principle of association for of labor and capital '(a* dlstlnguished CtS's o)
FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING,, OCTOBER 31 1906 cola Times. that .of competition In every branchof from property) and tie pub *

Escambia county has an entry in Industry.--''Worcester's Dictionary.Any lie collective management of all industries a ..Cr.Q af

4 Put Resolutions. by convict labor, and had it not been the contest in the person of Prof. L E. theory or system of local or- Its motto is. "Every onoaccording'
ganizationwhich would abolish entirely to his deeds. -Standard1iCttonary. .
for the employment of the convictsat Allen, and we are backing him, too, 4a
Into Effect Individual .
To-Morrow. or In greater part, the : a
( Tomorrow is the first of the month that work we would have had no to aman.Henry effort and competition on which Issued by State Headquarters! of the e
good roads modern society rests, and substitute Socialist Party.
and the first of the month is usually H. Rogers, the Standard Oilman E
[ Esoambia" county still needs many co-operation; would Introduce a more" Herbert C. Davis State Secy, bo f
\the day on which good resolutions miles of good; roads and win always advises young men to get mar I perfect and.. equal distribution of the 60, Gary 'Fla : t

(are made or plans are put into effect require a vast amount of labor for ried early and then hustle. The latter products of labor, and would make C C Allen' state organizer, .

J tor the month's work. admonition was unnecessary. The land and capital, as the Instruments Petersburg, F1a.. St'l ,# 1:
building new roads and keeping the ..
The, coming month also is the one old ones in repair.I This labor heretofore man who gets married, either early or t

I during which the public is getting has been supplied by the coon late, will hustle all right thereafter. .DOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOooooooq oooooo ooaaoooooooo..o. r f t

ready for the winter necessities and I ty convicts, ,but Escambia countyfurnishes When the drainage amendment Is Current Comment fromMA t
J comforts of life, and for the holiday| -, .
a great many more state voted upon and settled one way or the
f presents which form so big a feature: 1
convicts than she does county con other a large part of the state press MR. OTIS SKINNER 1
of this season of the Commoner
j Bryan's
year. S
Taking all of these things together, clefs and consequently the greater will be lost for something to write Who Is to be seen here next Saturday In "The Duel. ,

,the merchants of Pensacola should part of her convict labor Is lost 'so far about. .rmrygrgya'd a &s srn'fwmfV'n' a a a a o a"BTmra'a'a'o'a'o a o o o o'f you .
as road-building Is concerned.If .
(see' the logic of the situation and ret all of Last Night's Play. "The Duel", such'as the modern stage \
eolve the convtcts'which? are sen Every rote counts, either for goodor In the battle for the base ball For the first time "The Girl Patsy"was seldom affords.

First; To getready .for the! big tenced from .E$oambta county ce,useD IOW BOOKS. evil I championship Chicago couldn't lose. presented in Pensacola last nigh The public is asked to remember 1

could be placed at work on the But the Chicago packers thought the The attendance, however, was, very that the curtain: \ goes up at 8 o'clock
business which'the conQng twomonths tic roads In this county instead of -- The way to insure victory is to game thing of themselves a few short small, and the play deserved a much sharp ,at the, night performance l
are sure to big, and- organize before the battle- begins. years ago liberal ,
being carried off to the sieve patronage."The ,
Second To out of turpentinecamps "The North Stu"ears Zaza" Tips on Beauty to Her Sister c
: algn
( map: a cam Girl Patsy Is'a drama In .
advertising that will not only get this county would in five Little, Brown &' Co., are bringing Banker Stlverta is dotrbtltss feel- The government crop staUsUcan four acts. It is bdlf'npoa the .old, Mss Mabelle Montgomery, vie S
have one of the finest systems of out this fall a new edition of Mrs. M. ing quite sorry for the poor deposit I tells us we raised fifty ml 'ion bushels time-worn plot of the exchange of'two comes to use as Zaza at the open I'i
them the trade that it theirs for the I
hard roads In the country and the E. Henry-Ruffln's novel of early Nor ors.Mr. more wheat this year.than last Ah, babies in the cradles, and the subsequent house next Wednesday night, thinks 't
effort but that will also create that what a glorious thing the DIngley i
"The North Star. It is .
valae'of Its' lands would In way a very Rockefeller's canned advice incidents of such a deed in afteryears
/ trade that.must be and consequence tariff is! !:
new appropriate publication for that country -
has flavor of cold .
be very much the !There is really nothing
!developed before it,can be had. doubled and quadrupled. is particularly interesting on account storage eggs. The "world's new about aural it' It Is that same ; 4, Y, 4 +,
The state of Florida needs good of the recent selection of richest girl" nag just
Let every business man in Pease an married the of choice and old story of two women, one rich and
roads now worse than it needs independent sovereign to rifle over it Men usually pray :with their eyes man her ,
anything one poor,' loving the same > and
cola man
tonight and put his resolution the best that can be wished for her
Mrs. Raffln's hero is shut, but they should vote withtheireyes
the of
first king
Into effect tomorrow to else., In fact, the greater part is that site will be as happy as the the ultimate victory, of the monilees
pay Norway and the splendid In herr open.
of It never will be worth anything fo scene wife 9! the young mechanic who took one.Still r
more attention to his advertising book describes his coronation at
the story is,well told
and thereis
agricultural purposes until those The fact that a man "takes no Interest his bride to the neat little cottage rr
than he has been doing. Trondheim the same ancient city that a charm .about it that is
roads In politics" Is no sign that he paid for by; the labor' of his own captivating. r
are built, and it would witnessed the' of
seem to crowning King; l .
The audience ,
Practically every business in Pen- Is an "independent! ," hands. readily enters into
be nothing more nor less than plain, Haakon. So much Importance has the plot and works up a sympathy t:

Eacola that amounts to anything is common business sense to put these been attached in Europe to "The When Magoon succeeded Taft in -"The best'way to secure peace is for the heroine- Y 4
represented from time to time during North Star" as a valuable work of history Cuba there dif None of the
public charges to work in building was. appreciable to learn to shoot straight President players are featured;
the year in The Journal, but in the those roads. and literature that the King and ference In the weight on the lid. Roosevelt is quoted as saying to the in fact, the company is not very l

vast number of these cases the business Queen of Norway have sent Mrs Englishmen who came over to present strong, though the attraction was a
man does not give the attention Some day the state may wake"up to Ruffin a letter commending it for itt Maxim Gorky''sars he has "shaken to the president the medal of pleasing' one.

1)13 that fact, but we confess that it seems fine pictures of the early Norsemen; American dust- from his- feet." But the interparliamentary union. Thereare :3 a fatx r
to advertising that he should. and the the :American people shook Gorky "
"Societe des Gens de Lettres"of Human Hearts.
to have been those who believe the better
soundly to

very asleep it .. V< way
Advertising that is not done with a rap to this"time. r Paris have-requested a picture of first __ to secure and preserve peace is to An event of no'nlall importance Is
purpose and according to a1 system is the author to preserve in the learn to act straight tie re-appearance of V7., EL NankeTille's -
A lot of grafters are trying to shout
worse than useless-it The Bibliotheque Natlonale. of the city well-known and highly appreciated
is money Tifton, Ga., Gazette thinks: ,,"stand by Roosevelt" loud enough to
among writers of distinction. t melodramatic] offering.gum.n
thrown away The Journal wants its If the newspaper correspondentswould distract attention from their stealing. fIRE'DESTROYSPRETTY Hearts" which will be shown here

advertisers to reap the results of goon examine the source of ,.these Cicero's Orations. The trouble With the canned meat for the amusement of ,our theatregoers

advertising and they will do so if they horrible, blood curdling stories of Harkness, Kirtland and Williams's label is that the l .bells put on after Thursday, NOT, 1..

perform their part of the contract., peonage in southern lumber and turpentine Cicero, Nine Orations. Edited by the meat has been,soldered in the HOME The forthcoming presentation win
Albert Harkness Ph.D. LL.D. Pro ** be notable 3
a one from the fact that
The Journal's immense circulation is camps, they would find .ffielr can. ; Ne
fessor Emeritus the
Brown University. company playing ,the piece this
ot the disposal every business man authors, as a rule, idle, worthlesswhite Assisted by J. a Kirtland, Jr, Professor Those Pennsylvaniagrafters year will be the same In every particular -, P 1- a
In Pensacola-in no other way is it men or worse negroes, who are in PihUips Exeter Academy, splitting their throats with their vociferous a' M. MCDONALD, RESIDING WEST that Mr. Nankeville will send to fi +'arxec

r possible for him to reach the number trying; to evade giving a Just return i n and G. A. Williams. Ph.D., Professor -' cries of "Stand by Roosevelt" Europe next: June. Our theatre goers

of'people or the class of people whom 'labor for the money advanced to me t in Kalamazoo College. Hall I OFKUPFRIAN'S PARK LOSES will ,therefore have the opportunity
leather, 12 ma, 544 pages, with to see the, play production and company -:
lie: can reach through The Journal 'I their necessities. And the attentionthe maps and illustrations. Price, $1.25 Banker Stensland "My heart HEAVILY.The prior to 'their, London appear- !
says -
That is The Journal's government is sacs '
part of the giving to these American Book Company, New 'goes out to the depositors." Yes, -s-

vork-to reach the people. The ad I men, .who .should be handled by thvagrancy e York, Cincinnati and Chicago. and his bands went Into their deposits home of G. M. McDonald, residing *A Millionaire Tramp." \ -

\ertiser( must do the rest I laws, is only further complicating This edition of. Cicero's presents a ; i -and went first west of Kupfrian's Park was Elmer Waiter's temperance play I
wider range of reading than is offered destroyed by fire Monday morning
"A Millionaire Baas
a labor problem that Tramp which met I!
A South Florida man had $4,000 bids by the minimum requirements of Senator Beveiidge seems to be running about 11 o'clock, together with mott with much genuine during MABEL, MONTGOMERY

wrapped up in a newspaper and he fair to paralyze' the south's greatestindustries. the College, Entrance Examination President Baer'a close race for of the furniture. Other buildings on the past.nire years,. IB success booked to appear -I' In'Zaza" next Wednesday

Pleat it on his way to the bank. He is .' Board and of the New York State first place among the "trustees of the place'wire damaged to some extent at the local opera house Friday. !.
Education Department The book in- providence.' catching from the house, ana
Lot. the first Individual who has lost, ItCampaign I cludes: the four orations against I would also have oem destroyed but characters This comedy'thaf drama has to many odd thaf the Ideal woman Is a rare personage
appeal theatre
{money in a newspaper., Expenses ,t Catiline, Archlas, the Manillan Law, : {Having received later information for the hard work of the neighbors. goer. The scenes are' natural the anj ; that she should be blonde 2

#tareelus, Ligarius and the four. President Roosevelt should return to The house was discovered in flames the dialogue Is said to have been feet to five feet six Inches in CT( c-'a;

,Use Convicts for Should Be Published. teeath Philippic. The introduction Harrisburg and make a re-dedication earlier in the'day, and the flames extinguished handled in an extremely clever man worked stockings; not too slender,

Building Good Roads.The gives an outline of the life of Cicero, speech. so it was thought, but it ner by the author. plump not, fat; embraceable peblt
Perry Belmont of New York, executive of the history of Roman oratory, and was later found that the fire was "A MillionaireTramp" bids fair a nice armful for a her$5. Her temper

Journal has always opposed the! chairman 'o[ the publicity bill of the public life of the Romans, with Doubtless thoroughly the resigned people of to New the York task burning between the ceiling, and whenit outlive the majority, .of its imitators to should be like that of & Toledo blade,

convict lease system and advocated committee, has mailed to James S- an account of the magistrates senate of are waiting for a couple of senatorial finally burst througct the roof U for the reason that ,the plot of the"with enough Intellect not to bore a

ftbe employment of the state convicts Sherman and. M. popular assemblies, and courts of resignations. had gained such headway that those play appeals, alike to gallery and par"quette. Ian by being a lay figure. Of course
James Griggs chairmen
'upon, public works. It is pleased : Justice. The notes are intended to aid who gathered were unable to controlit Jay Pierpont, the name assigned she must be graceful, with hands and

therefore to note that influential respectively of the Republican and guide the student in acquiring the Railroad. managers insist that it is and not only the home was destroyed i to "A MIHioaaire: Tramp" has. feet to match W perfect fora.
and Democratic congressional campaign meaning of all really difficult passages difficult to maintain uniform tariffs. but considerable of the furniture. I 1 not: graduated from the ranks of the She should be athletic too, and 09
I favors that plan and comments on itles within a. reasonable time after information upon Roman manners rather bard to resist. was only recently fitted out with 1 of culture whose' downfall was be a dancer, for dancing not

follows: the coming and customs, and history and life, as new furniture, and the loss amounts, i directly caused,by.a.broken heart and only makes her graceful but robs her
The Metropolis has never been in elections, the two committees will enable him understand, appreciate A Kttsburg city employe tried to to considerable. fast company.in_ w.hich John Barley of'self eonsctottsness.' Healthy Abu

favor of the convict lease plan. It belIeves make public their receipts and and enjoy the orations. At intervals solicit church subscriptions in the Com played an important part. lately, or she canaotbe attractira
that they should be utilized in expenditures during the present"cam- questions are inserted which city hall and 'was immediately dis REV., B. C.. GLENN TOPREACH I[i Cheerful Always Pessimistic?

public Improvements in the county in paign. The, text of the letter Is as will suggest to the student where to Chared. Perhaps' he was adjudged TO-NIGHT, "Ott, Skinner/1 NeTerf I She should Indulge in ion

which they are sentenced, and the follows: find addition! grammatical and his guilty of poaching on machine pre- Elder Otis Skinner's annual engagementhere walks-re&l :walks, not mlncinj steps
Presiding B. C. Glenn will occupy :
nextea.turday afternoon
serves. Teeth
torical information. In the and eyes should be brilIlant-
more that Is seen of the progress being Washington D. C. vocabulary : the pulpit at the Palafox '
October 28,1906lly all the Methodist night will be signalized in a. noteworthy the first well cared for. the latter,
are given of
made in roadbullding in Dade Dear Sir-There was manife meanings The Cuban rebels who refused to church to-night at 7:30 o'clock by hIs first "
way pearancehere never overtaxed late hours or too
county the more strongly becomes its at' the last session of congress an words necessary In translating the ask Governor Taft"for office uninten and will preach especially to those in the' famous Parisian success, much by Plenty of
opinion that convict labor could not opinion orations, to ethP.l"1rlth much other tionally performed distinct favorto who have become reading or study.
upon both sides of the houseas a members of the'"The Duel, whichafter a ran clear
sleep for the skin
be used to better advantage or pur well both sides etymological information. The volume Governor Taft., church dining this The I of two hundred in sleep makes
as on of the senate is supplied with the needed lad year. publicis nigftt the French and Is the best of all medicines And
pose. chamber In favor of the principleof maps cordially invited to be present, how 'capitalwas adapted ,for:the American and
.Dade county.Is famous already for plans, and with many useful illustra James J. Hill 'Was not so frightened last the hair must be abundant
publicity In regard to the ever. stage and produced with unbounded
I; exhaustion of glossy-the scalp regularly massagedtwice
its good roads, built in the main by tions. about the prospective '
funds, although tEe Rev. Glenn not occupy the pal success in New Port
proposed f For ,the convenience Of iron mines that felt impelledto a week. 2&als should be plain
convict labor schools desiring our he
and this work is still
publicity bill did not reach final atroy c' pit Sttoaay, love 4, as previously stated The dominant character in the play
I less matter siz hold to his iron mines.Banker but substantial fike those of a
oratioa on
progressing just
as rapidly as eight- d his
Believing that you sucha duties call him to otherDolatsaa'the provides Mr. Skinner with the best
approve the
;five able bodied convicts can advanceIt law the 'published, at tho pride of >f 1.00) which district opportunity for masterly characterization class pugilist in training for
executive brooms
committee of the Stemland will sort
In a local article today the Metropolis omits the orations for Marcellus and fight of bin life
National that this fine
Publicity law This to artist his ever
orRanization; at JoHeL should be a stray
gives a few facts relative to which includes in its membership ,Ligarius and the fourteenth. Philippic. bankers who may contemplate follow W.M.WHITE'S HOME had. As usual he comes supported t=OR CONVENIENCE, CLEAN U

the building of a new rock road con- governors ,of Democratic and Republican JtH" ". ing the Stensland precedent. BURNED AT' MULAT by *. superior orgafiizatfon of associate NESS AND PROMPTNESS, WE ARE
ruecting with that from Miami at Cutter states, presidents of all our p&revs. Local playgoers may "THE UMHT." NEW CITY MEAT

and penetrating the Homestead great universities, representatives of ONE MAN VS. *: General Funston ,made the round Special to TM oIeumal. anticipate, an artistic production of MARKET.:
:country, a section that promises untold organized labor and members of the % FIVE MAN POWER. trip between the United States and Mulat Oct Considerable damage
j resources and results from farming Republican and Democratic national l -.--- $ Cuba so rapidly' that it is a cinch he was done in Mulat Saturday night i------ -

and agricultural pursuits. This committees,'authorize me to advise I* Fort Myers Breeze. did. not swim either way when W. M. White's house caught fire
extension will be eighteen miles In you and 8 from the 'S2.50will
suggest that slab
< a reasonable pile of S. Otls's mOT.
length and give the Homesteaders a date after the pending congressional tE11rJ' k.!".. H&.. t If coal and gasoline were as cheap It was a large house and
a great fight
I means of highway travel they have as Mr. Rockefeller's advice we might
'long needed. election you make public the receiptsand Why don't some of those papers entertain a different opinion of the was necessary, from*2 to 6 a. m.. to buy.-.one.' of Howard Chandler Christy's beautiful
expenditures of your committee. beep the fire from burning of : ,
Let the lease system be abolished I am also requested to call your ai- who that oppose it the gives drainage too much for the reason Standard Oil magnate. the ,other.houses near it Mr.many white : picture in full colors handsomely framed, with
and 'a good roads movement become power ,
( tention to the fact that there are pub Senator Beveridge's Cuban predictions lost nearly everything Be had. This
protest against the state comptrol
general. Dade furnishes many spiking
county an '
designs select
to from
ficity laws '
existing In a number of ler's unlimited The state seem to be rapidly approachingthe makes twice that hard lack have come
example that it would be well for power.
states and that your voluntary a.cl1on.upon Russianization of Manchuria fin Mr. White having Just '
comptroller has the to assess bought a new C
every county to follow. Build 8"tore
good oeoo]
1 the suggestion of"our organIza.tion. the railroads and telegraph lines at ish that the senator was wont to talk outfit for house-keeping since the .
roads and the state whole will ,
as a would be a most important aid tbout storm and he lost all of it. New Brent
receive 'a far greater benefit than it In rendering such laws whatever he sees fit and the legislature Building Phone 233.Ikiit&jjflthj.

derives from the money going Into its i In securing ,the publication effective, and has no power to equable or ad. .
of campaign Just his assessment, while under the
treasury through the lease system. funds and
expenditures. amendment the law. will give the legislature
This is not only sound logic, but iIs t Very truly yours ,
power to fix the assessment
proven by the very results whiAalle ch _, Perry Belmont per acre of the drainage dis-

county furnishes and of which Mr.. Belmont's proposition is a trict tax. _' ,. o Plantation

Escambia county also provides a good strictly proper one and in accord with This cry against power is simply Chill

example. popular Reeling .ait over the country. done to "befuddte" 'the voters The
comptroller every. tax collector, every
All of the good roads which Escam There (Ii no;good reason why campaign board of county commissioners
2P j 1. Ma county possesses have been built L Ls expenses; should not be ,made and every municipal council. has a '::1'0 Cup,.sisMilt y a.runcted oy-Tour Merchant. G..-Why'Nv T j-ITI QiJa, aOc. Retail-



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I[ PEOPLE AND EVENTS I' ''i i I a mother iloaald.be'a.asirce of" *joy tel of all, her bat life.the suffering Becoming and 'fj;j I t' :

danger incident to the ordeal ,
:soect&'to The .Jourut. makes iti anticipation one of misery. ,
to make yourFruitCake I 'DeFUfliak, Oct.; 30.-Wednesday Mother* Friend is the only remedy-which relieves women of the great "J ::1' ., ,

.' BY AUREUE MAREAN BERNARD. II hiP BOon )Ir. Philip FelIows aDd MIsS at pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman'* ,

Nettle Qoyer of Readsiown severest trial it not only made painless but all the
Telephone No. 38 After 3 P. M. united In Wis., danger is avoided I
and, AIrs.marriage Sprague at the home of Mr. by its use. Those wjio use this remedy are no longer despondent or 4
; Baker o1ficlating.: The bride ReY.looked Dr. gloomy; nervonsnecs,nausea 'and other, distressing: condition are -

f -aJBI *'* charming In her'-dress o'I white aUk. overcome, the system it made ready for the CommeIiQu&acciddntasovemth g event, and tha

._ for She wtIl-be '
remembered critu a1
as one of oar to the :
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---= i P1ant'youig, lady 'Yiaito11l of the hour are obviated by the'Vise of Mother's
I/'N'H V + :'The Journal's atJy.iasltloJFeature; -I The two wales Winters.Aid of the North MethodIst Friend. "It is worth its weight in gol/V] UHlii

The editor' of this department .1' ,'" ., church held a delTbtfui dime so.ciii -. says many who>> have used it. f i.oo 'perbottle' : .

has. had,a 'telephone ,installed -, ; .; ', -' at the home of Mrs. A. L Beach at drag stores. Book containing GaMother's j
't' MI Live Oak ,
at her residence. : the '. We have all the> Flinn,.. 1ng.. avenue on ,Friday even-: Taluable information interest to all women,
: : i't RaMna a..UVzeaSeeded { be sent to address :
London Layer Mrr'Keuneth any free: upOn
cumber ot whICh la 699. She "t, RaUIni, 1. oz. pks8..15c Brace Of Brooklyn N. app
can be readied at this numberat ,. 1 .". Seeded Raisins, 12' oz. pk'.....10c Y., wm erect a pretty cottage on his KADFIOD RBOHATQR CO. AUsutta. .
: ; : Cleaned Currant. 1* oz. pkgs. 15c lot on the Circle
any time up to three o'clock' :- : Cleaned Currants% oz. pkas, lOc for adjoining Dr. Henrys
... occupancy of himself and = n
$ Extra Fancy Citron per Ib .30c wile. : --
in the afternoon and after .' .. Fancy Dates,,.1 l b. pks*.toe from Darlington here 'Stffi. about twenty miles ...........'..............-.......................... :.
that hour through te1ebone'3g. was btea d down Saturday. : '
,I \
at The Journal office. BLACK MOLASSES. | I lug, one at were the tWoj.rea.' Florida House Sunday and morn the $Seasonable$ Suggestions I

..;.A/'ff +v. SPICES S, GRAINED- MIXED NUTMEG NUTS., other thon. at the borne of Mr. Burris Caw. i:1 | ; I ;

MACE, ETC. There wasa high wind\ blowing : t
at the time, but
fortunately the
CELEBRATION :OF ALL SOULS' DA/ .,.. department quickly extinguished both t FROSTY AIR t

NEXT FRIDAY. fires., .
A custom full ot sentiment and ', V I .. $ RosenanSGereldsTHE Born: To Mr and Mrs. Robert Oliver : Will doubtless bring back that troublesome f t .

quaint In Its way, is' the celebration Tuesday a daughter. : cough.: If you use our SYRUP OF WHITE

of All the Souls Catholic Day'cemetery.which occurs Friday, A F .- FANCY GROCERS, Monday Born:,To a daughter.Mr. Mr. and. Mrs. W. Jones, t PINE COMPOUND WITH TAR you will be

at Each year the graves of" departed 116 SOUTH PALAFOX8T. leans: Friday Gordon where Henry he went will to,enter New Ta-Or free fronrthe hemming and hacking that is often .

friends and relattrei are beautifully lane started by damp and chilly weather. It does not
with University: to study medicine. if ,
,Cowers and ferns.and
as decorated: soon as the fanciful shadows of b4 Phone ,.9I J Mrs. F. H. Davis returned Monday dry up a cough: It cures in the rational way by
from AshevUle N. C. I
fall through tie tangled Tines J where she has
cretins shadowy, cedars which tie with spent the last six months t' soothing and healing the inflamed bronchial I

tad each other in protecting the graves I : l.- Rev. 'J. L. Thompson and family will : passages. .
: occupy Mr. H. P. Lason's new cottage
of the departed from wind and storm JustReceived.. on Orange street : '
of .lights &Ine forth ,from 0 DELICATE SKINS
myriad Macaroni ,
t Imported Sweet. Oil. Cheeses Mr. D. A. GUlls and family from :

hundreds graves of of wax loved candles ones whose placed memories upon .t. '" Dill Fish Pickles Pigs Feet Sauer, Spanish Kraut Mackerel Onions. ,Pilot CM Knox Hill are recent. additions to tt* t Which are easily,roughened and irritated by exposure :

the we still ,VrdaXltlfl the!hearts oft Bread and French utw. Navy Bread. Everythingfresh town.Mr. K R. Padrick was a visitor In i to extremes of weather. become velvetyandSmOOthWheUCRYSTALARABIANCREAM :

oae T-hom they have preceded to .. Witch Hue $100 per gallon. town last week.Mr :
Great Beyond.It # }. Marine Grocery i I .
the not Tappan returned Saturday from is used. Price 25c. It is and :
Is a weird sight and:one soon VIDAL Manager. a'visit to Poley. Alabama. healing protective ;

forgotten by one who sees H for the 1 C '" Dr. Liftudnrm rotnrnoH frnm .VnnrOrleans .... I An excellent application after shaving. 1' I IIT'S
celebration 7 ---- --- :
tot time. Last year Thursday.: I
occurred in a cold Mrs. Blount. They are expected to .
iU Souls Day ;
ot I Miss Carry Seville, who has been SO EASY .
Kaans rain. but it was touching to arrive in Pensaeola the latter part of
visiting sister Mrs. .
:: joj vita what care and devotion the this "week, and will be at home at goes to Bagdad this week P. D.to Bevllle.resume To neglect that cold, but it's also easy to find a' I '

> c mony was performed.who particularly attracted 316 Gulllemarde street.Mrs. her school teaching. good remedy-our SYRUP OF WHITE PINE ,
woman ""' -1't.
One Last
I Tuesday ,evening there
. the attention of a visitor who P. A. Buck and children, who meeting at the North M. E church was a i COMPOUND WITH TAR. Price 25c. and 50c. t

i watched her with reverence Inspired have been the guests of Mrs. Buck's when it was decided to get a new Agents for WHITMANS CANDIES. t.
by such devotion tendered her grave .. "S)1 parents, Hon. and Mrs. P. K. Yonge, bell; nearly $100 was collected for !
wllch was somewhat remote from the ) left a few days ago for Mobile where that purpose.At .
otters with such patience and to care look, 3% they will rtoit relatives before returning the Entertainment next Friday : The Crystal Pharmacy I 'I .
ache U '
i.Q that It made one's heart '--- to"their.home in St Louis. night at the Tabernacle given for the ,
], 'upon her. She was dad all In black cI PL.F ""' .:,. benefit of the Presbyterian church, : Brent Building.
J and with her rosary held In one Center b Mrs. Norris Lewis, and little son, there will be a farce comedy entitled i '

hand and her tha lips beads moving with always her Norris Kessler and two little daughters lil a Mistake," assisted by a chorusof t..................... ..... ...... ................. I Jt
as she pressed 4 have arrived from their home In thirty young people. Zfce cast has
fingers, she attended the candles upon .. Gulfport and will spend the winter follows: -. -- -' I
,this graTe-ner grave-In which rest / with Mrs. Levis's parents, CoL and Capt. Obadiah Skinner, a retired 1 I '
!led an that was earthly of the one she BLACK AND WHITE EVENING WRAP. < Mrs. T. V. Kessler at their home on sea"captain-Hon A.- G., Campbell. THE CORRECT THING
Imust hare held most dear. The fitful the bay shore. Lieut George Richmond his nephew 't!
,gusts of wind persistently bleW out I 'A cftarmtas 6txls& Car an evening added.The 'bottom of the wrap was -Prof. Henry Rogers. : .
the small flickering MM of her can- wrap is pictured" here. the model being I finished by a four-inch band of the .MerItt left yesterdayfor Richard Hamilton, a country gentle.
Mrs IT. D.
the misty rain. cola and catting.tblew espeda&y designed for an older black velvet which so made the Milton,'!where she will attend the man-Mr. Hope Cawthon. A wedding invitation of an things demanded by social custom I ;
{, against her. but tie look of woman. Heavy block silk net was sleeve bands or cuffs and the revere funeral of hernephew. William Gen Ferdinand' Lighthead.; a neighborMr. should be correct in form, and made of fine stationery. It is better .
sweet patience and resignation never used, the trimming being formed of i collar. The upper parts of the ,sleeves : George F Carden. : not to Issue any invitations at all than to send out something that '
'left her face and her Ups never faltered bands of wide black lace edged' were cut like open caps and trimmed try. ?:, Nellie Richmond. George's wife- is unfashionable or of poor materiaL If you wish to get absolutely, I I
in her prayer for the soul of her with a tiny band of black. chiffOnvelvet with lace. The ,lining or the coat y)t./ Mrs Hope Cawthon. the correct thing, consult J. P. STEVENTS ENGRAVING CO., the ,
departed one, the lover edge of each band was white silk,.veiled with black- chif Sste-'raicetca; of the Convent of Nellie Huntington' a friend Miss fashionable engravers, 47 Whitehall street Atlanta, Georgia. .
As she rU the candles eh* would having a little TrW or plaited lace fon. ,. Mercy;ol Mobile has been transferred Pensaeola Mary Cornelia (Nellie) Skinner, Obadiah's This establishment produces the latest styles as fast as they are ; ,

ittetept to ctt off the gusts of wind I to the Convent Mercy at sister- Mrs. B. P. Morris. accepted by the elite of London or New York. Samples sent free

Sjrtdch extinguished them by holding I I three cities In the. United States freshments served to them throughout manently.where she wlH.Sister probably Francesca remain per-has Nellie Mcintyre, a servant-Miss of charge. Don't delay; write this house to-day. :

'out B portion of her black skirt which the afternoon. __ \ Fanny Lou Cawthon
I strictly observe this old Catholic cus charge cf the kindergarten, department .
and tiread-bare in a '
.looked worn tom. They' -are bleNeW,,: Orleans Those who enjoyed the hospitalityof of the, convent school, and is I'
effort to shield tttir fromIt -
rain light .
I and Pensaeola., the two little ladles were: Miss very much beloved by-the little ones TeSebSs* ffce Gtfb. -- ---.- -- t C I
bat tAr into the night she kept I It Is a custom however, freighted Aneta Vlllar, Mr. Arthur Villar, Miss In her charge. A nan was going over the Rocky -. I
them burping, patiently re-Ugnttag the with so much comfort to those who Hilda Bicker Mr. Adrian Farinas, ,JJt.lPf.. mountains for pine logs driving a wag-

,candles] her face Booking touchingly observe It. that it win probably last Miss Ernestine Jeudevine ,Mr: CHde Mrs. !Dave Wilson and Miss Emma on. On the top of a large rock by the RICHARD HUDNUT'STOILET ;,
white, and eplritqal! in their sihreryr&ya. Miss Clara Scheetz, Mr, ,
still with that sublime faith, in through many years to come. I Bicker Gentry 'left. yesterday! for" Milton. side of the road was a young bear the
-Mr. George .
It to feel that one Johnle Humphreys. will remain at the home of
Is comforting:
so They mother htvtng started: the mountainon
her religion which mate all tasks easy is doing something for one's dead. fay. Miss Hllie 1/Alemberte, Mrs.Mae i their brother Mr. frank Gentry sev- up : :-.I
the approach of the team. The cub
and gave to her--as eke tended' her Jeudevine.
lonely grave the Joy el the knowledgeof And there are so few things which I Those who served ,refreshmentsand eyal days not moving the mother came bounding ARTICLES AND EXTRACTS J

a duty well and faithfully done. can be done whan they have been put looked after the comforts of the. *';* :?*. f bade to It aDd string It a push with ,
cold,and ,stlH to sleep until we TL C. Jones arrived
The custom of celebrating An Souls away little folk were Miss Olivia OConnell' Mr. and Mrs.. her BMW, started up the mountain
Day, by bontfng candles on the graves shall all respond to that last calL and Miss Jenette Humphreys in the city yesterday morning on. the again expecting the cub to follow.

and oCering jirayera At, tiie cemetery It which a beautiful covers our thing dead to we white the with sod ....,...;;.....,. steamerTarpon'home ton :IBacamWa en'route,Bay. Mr to their and But the little one made no move. The Are delightfully agreeable this season.
13 aearly obsolete. It Is said that but the second '
Miss Butler who has had avery old bear then came back
and with the odor of portionof
roses fragrant and Mrs. Jones spent, a Every lady should have them in her
visit with Mrs C. J' time and, taking up the cub in her
pleasant north, where
dew violets. in the
kissed the '
I : : summer
1 Perhaps It'ta'merely sentiment butthe Wicker In Montgomery, returnee they 'went for, the benflt ot Mrs paws. gave him two or three severe dresser. We also sell Mulhen's 4711 I
STOP WOMAN 1 .world"Is hard and cold' and the home last night Miss Lurlyne at Jones' health. '- caffs. The cub then obeyed orders Cologne and Soaps Heubigant's Ex- -
flowers and dew and songs of birds tended the'fair and met quite a number"ot ; and followed the old bear in a gallop .

AND CONSIDER are all we bare to remind us that Pensacola,.people.. ,Captain and Mrs L ,H Aiken accompanied op the'side of the mountain. tracts Coudray's Extracts, Soaps, Face ,
there Is a heaven and that in this by their daughter, Miss and Sachet Powders Piver'S Extracts

TrBAIk heaven the souls of our dead repose Rev. P. H. Whaley leaves for Columbia Fannie, leave to-day'for a visit to :Mr and Sachet Powders, Lubin's Extracts, .
mGRTL'IT: PLC? In peace. Thursday night where he will attend Frank Aiken in Brunswick; Ga. NOT HEREDITARY.I
.*s.**\ the convention of Episcopal ministers .J\:! ."" I! Roger and Gallet's Sachet and Face
VAUGHT-HAYWARD WEDDING which will convene in that city Mrs. John B. 'de la This and daughters Baldness Due t7 Living' Minute Powder,and Soaps, Atkinspn's Extracts,
MONDAY NOVEMBER TWELFTH.The the following Tuesday. and Germ.
Miss ,Mnett Miss Florida,
following fnvltatioa has been Miss Leona are expected home from Many people, even the present day!
received in this city by friends of The announcement of the approach. Greenville, Ala., where they have of grace, consider baldness due to'

nat InrngMr&.. Miss Vaught and Mr."Ha-.rard. ing marrjage of Miss Alice Gibbs, sinter !spent the past few weeks very pleasantly hereditary Influence. I' Have Filled Over 200.000 Prescription Since Bcajnalojj EusJaess
Mrs. Darrah Albert Shelby Vaught I of General Gllchnst, and Dr. Archibald visiting Mrs. LaRua's sister, Nothing Is further from the truth-
|*;n you are' conWing requests' the pleasure of your Cheatham, which will occur on Miss Georgia McMullen. Baldness is caused by the onslaught!I

IHs yon/ company 'at the wedding November 8 in Columbia, S. CL, will be V of a minute organism which secretes
to aft Ea\ reception of her daughter read with pleasure by Miss Gibbs'2 The friends of Mrs. H. L. Coving- itself beneath theY scalp and attacks j

hoe fotnaa with' wotoe&-I dlo Mary Bayne I friends in Pensacola. She is quite! ton regret to learn that she met with the roots of the hair-causing it to W. A. D'Alemb'ertcDruggist ]!

ewes covers & great and well known here, having come over quite a painful accident yesterday afternoon lose its life and fall outThis 1
cany Mr...Wilder JJayward on a visit with the legislative party. while alighting from a streetcar ,organism cannot be got rid!
Mrs.tnd .yeac ltshx Ii On Wednesday Evening, Novemberthe some time ago. In some manner Mrs Coving of except by the free and perseveringuse I !

PIl t..in"la ofI'yia twelfth nineteen hundred and ". ton caught her foot and fell with such of Newbro's Herpicide. and Apothecary
U 'takh six, from eight until tea o'clock I Dr. W. J. Hannah who has been at force as to give her ankle a bad No. matter how badly the scalp Is
for fifteen hundred and twenty- Union' **u probably be confined effected the Dandruff surely disap-
many jearsVknaerherdirectloft Springs for the past few :days wrench. She 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109
\ seven, Seventh street at the bedside of Mrs. Hannah's to her room for several days as pears and hair health is-restored, .' :
and state b Sr a.. New Orleans. father, Dr. Sessoms, returned home a;/ esult., when Herpicide Is applied. a ,
ceMe.Sne Jaal been Miss. Vaught Is quite well known yesterday morning. Dr. 'Sessoms is "' ."," ,'1-. "Destroy the cause: you remove the
*4 rising rick woIDtnfreeofeharge.- Pensaeola, having'visited here several -still very ill and only slight hopes are 'Mrs John ,Price and little daughter effect" _
1 times. Last week The Journal entertained for his recovery, Edna have returned from Mobile For sale by We.A.. D'Alemberte, --
Many WfGeu contained an announcement of,the approaching where they spent several weeks drugget and apothecary. 121 South The Art rf catdg. DO YOU DESIRE A
suffer silence sad drift along from ma.rrtaO of Mr. Haywardand pleasantly visiting Mrs. Price's Palafox street or send lOc In stamps Can yon chat? .
<*4 to worse, knowinc fUll well thatVf Miss Vaught who as Mr. and Mrs.1. G.& B.N. McGill conductor. wife, has of the,returned popular very daughter. Mrs. Jack Boss. for sample to The Herpicide Co.. Detroit Of course you think you can but

ought to baveaeditte 1WIIi&t- Mrs. Haywarfl. 'will make Pensacola from Montgomery, where, she visited, Mich.National. can you? Tbe more 'yon think of it BeautifulComplexion

atce them, to bi.tunl ihBuik iron esposiaff ao&sV tapek tt mtpJres their future home. They',will reside friends for several days last week. "., Why not get the worth of your the more you think you could if you

Ind on North Springstreet money? Ask for Blue Ribbon Yanil- .would.

ntnbat to ons the
Pbjsiden., It is imiMaftjmy., Without MR. WILLIE HENDERSON GIVES. Club has re-organized! and will hold far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" Is rays the Philadelphia Record. Of a

moDel? or price you ca*eeasult a ....0- .DELIGHTFUL HAY-RID& Its first meeting this season with Mrs. perfection. _ BiscuitCompany's i truth, it is not mere talking. Neither
1DU whote knotttedge from actual experience Monday night Mr Willie Header-C. W. Bidwell, at her home on Bens GOOD SIGN PAINTING. does it approach the art of conversa

; Is peat.to son tendered, a few Q* )his young street. / CakesWe I tion. Conversation if there,be people :
*Plnkham's Standing Invitation. friends a hay.ride. I :;:,.. 'mute & Nix *rp having some very I capable of It, makes fascinating andatsfly AND A

Women sufferinff from form of A big Frankfortwagon: with the Mr. and Mrs. Malcom R. Yonge, artistic signs painted on their show entertainment
any who have been absent on their wedding Arthur Wrl hton. Mr. have a very complete -
fcaale bottom comfortably lined with hay, windows by Chatting is different
weakness viteA to fomptly
wjth are Mrs. Piakham, at was used and the party drove about tour for the past three weeks, iW'rlg' ton's work in their line I is being line of these cakes Above all, it gets away from speakIng BLAUTIFULBRACILT

ElIltmlcate All letters are received, eight miles out on the Brent road. are on their way h:>me. -They will extensively commented on, in fact wafers sales be- I I on any special subject: 'or hobbT.I 4
show win and our
stop a few days in Oak Grove Ala., lettering on these ,
and answered by women Refreshments of fruit and candy were h's gold Not that it may not dwell upon one .
1. A woman cam freely talk of' her enjoyed by the young people. where they Mr. and will Mrs..visit.M.!.Ir.L.Yonge's and relatives dows could hardly bobcat anywhere. ing so rapid that there is I topic, though ,should it do so,It must .
ti'ate illness to a woman; thus has Those who composed the party $5,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD SE. never any difficulty\ in sparkle from many different view
r en established the eternal confiienc* were: Miss Lena Fflllngim, Miss CURITY. PENSACOLA INVEST f points. Above all,it mutt not be.monologfob. -
*Iifi r Peen Mrs.Pjmkbaca end the women Lu e Miller; Miss yannie' Campbell MENT CO. keeping, our stock perfectly I The woman who talks continuously ,

broke Aaenca which has never been Miss tae Malone. and Miss Bell fresh., The crispness i of her. ailmsnts or servants t

Wencnce!1Out which ol she thereat fcas to iraw volume from of, White,Mr.of the Ha, navy Allen.yard.Mr. Lewis The boys Per- If Yon MUST rash Jr P. WILLIAMS CO. of, .a cracker, you and the man who gTerr.sts' his bobby
(" ia were: neither of them chat In real
more than she ,, BRENT can
that has IN
osstMe Will is half its good- I !
shawn and Mfe Simpson. know
rstned the .c'f'1 nowledre that win I to town before ., chat there's the element, of the unexpected I ICANHE1.PYOUTOBDTH .
help your The party P. WIllams Company has removed the sport s>L chasing vagrant
caseS She asks nothing- en- it's safe! to t -The J ness.
o'clockU'J1Dc had a very ONE :
twelve DOLLAR-
Itturn ec.p your atood.'l and he?! rely-'upon' Its offices to the new Brent Ideas that are hued ton everyday Send

advice haa relL.ed tusaah Smrely : joyable evenlag..M.."' building and now occupies three topics in which the company Joins write name and addresi,
JD r oman,rich or! poor,is vety foolibe : .. .rooms, 376, 378. 380 and *Z2. People gtne"r 11'1'a charming,, iafomal I
If does not take a4r.oUjc of this i MISSES O-COHNBLL' AND HUM having business with this companyare Sol] Cain & Oo I aecursent,. endearing, as me- plainly. If you are dissatisfied '
Itterons It Offer of assistance. HHREYS\ GtVE| A POUND PARTY* Grape-Nuts requested to note the change and : I diom Jtlty: la chffltor.! ;money refunded. !
8l'e' 01. dont to g\t 4aartera -"-
le 70"of hesitate a A' charming little party was given aH-at its new The Pure Feed Store.
Lydia E.PiaJibaaa'aVegetaWe I BANK REFERENCES. -
Mattle O'Connell and '
little Miss PHONES-881.
POUndatOi1ce,and write Mr*. Ptok-I at the 212 S ittest Urau Palates sad UtwdtucU REMOVED TO ROOM BRENT
little Miss Sarah Humphreys for late breakfast. :When 1i@1er IiP c oial advice. resideuceof-Mrs..O'COanO1 113 West East 8U L 1NG. JOHN.' W. BULLOCK. L. j. MOCKLEY'
a BOWES. Manager- fJlg
a ne bu seeo successful M. F. Phones LIS'rVOUR
The Uttl: folks who THERE'S JR. REALESTATE.
is te5torln Garden street A REASON. biuinew make'two phones
to heaMh RO many women, Increased PROPERTY WiTh ME FOR SALE. 1133 BROADWAY, NCY/ YORK. '
ttoiQc1tannt; well without it, attended had a,tery fine time playing neW..7ry and another new delivery '
believe say ttwffl help me." ,games and enjoying',the bountiful re-]I wagon. .


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.... ...e.............;to.... .... ..i............. .. Two.&tga I L,: S/'Brawn & Co. LOUISVILLE' _& NASHVILLE' 'RAILROAD COMPANThrougi !

r. f "WE' S LLLOS."- h. and LocaiTim._ .Tables Between Pensacola and Points North. j
I REAIL ESTATEFOR $3350-Win buy 6 good renting: houses, DESIRABLE -\ READ- DOWN READ u- :

: I new corner renting LaRua 145600 and A a streets.'year.- Will All Thiesen'ioilding Phone 918. Trains No. : Trains No5

$1200-pay Elegant nearly little 14 5 per- room cent.dwelling. E.: I DeLuraa Street \,' ,.t. ., 1iipiiTUaml 2' 4r'S.!................'. ....._.............. ;1
Strong street. \ 1:20pm Ar..Montgomery..4....._....Lv 6:0Vanl1.1Ji4:10am :U
SALE. 4 I Uock'131.: 11:45am 3lGpmI : ...'!............ ; < : $ iii.oo-.ie 11 to 14, Be Cor. 3:17am Ar.--.1IashviUe..r..4..I.v: ; 8:4 \ .&iIa

r H : )1'i See our list for other bargains. I OFFICESFOR _I..:. .New City. : :, I.m ..... .... ... ..;.......,;........ : m 2.;

I RENTS COLLECTED, .AND PROMPT. IJ am 1.15am Az. ....;...........Evanlville."Lv 3:00am t:2aIt
.: RETURNS MADE. .7:40am 2:19pm .................. Lo .................. 1:45pm 3S

:;.- > MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON RENT $12oooa-Eiewen: lots block %70. Newt City.i 7:50pm) 3:f7axn Lv............._....NashUT'-.
I comer' 107x110 feet, excellent neighborhood, I REAL ESTATE MORQTAGE& I ':10am.. 8:30am Ar.i..-......Louisville............. ...Lv lZ:4am: ; zaa .

2 Dwellings on East on Wright large street ...lot....... ..!.!...::.<.;.!..":..:!.............. f4500 00 WANT TO BUY A HOME ON U.VEST.. ---::: 1Oamll:00n: Ar..................Cincinnati..Lv. 1l.OOpm 6C: ) : .
IN PROPERTY CAN SELL YOU They will be ready In about .i through block 32. .
.. HOOO -FO< -
I dwelling'on East Zarragossa street near,Seville square ....$2100 00 : EITHER. Street =
room three weeks; are on ,second floor "New' Splendid. fruit .and S' TWEEN PENSACOLA MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.

,,,,, 00' : WANT TOSELL: YOUR PROPERTY?] of 'Chamber of (Commerce build' *. good neighborhood. I .
East Intendencia street .; $1000 .
on 4&1 &
Large 1 story dwelling ."" ". WE CAN SKL LIT. 6&7_ 2&3. : % 1"TTIIJ j jLv..Pensa
I ing. Gas electricity and toilet. =i : : : ........... .. I
on'East Hltl/wlth: : 5.Waml 4:00pmi'3
4 7-room 150 feet dwelling, stone; excellent walk, stables neighborhood, etc. ...,.....;...-..... .....lot..,.110x-.....$4500 00 Fire Insurance Placed in .: .block' East King. 10:45am %:551UD 4Upm ............ ........... (1Z:40amll1:5'&m\ 2H: p a I
:: : $1300. -0-AH of _. 117 IOOpm'1:15& 1:1iptlt Ar.. ..._ New Orleans-------Lv I, 1:1Spmj.. . .. :

2-story, 8-room dwelling on Wright street, near .PaUfox ...,......$8000 00 First-Class Companies. .,?. ....Tract -= 1
6-room dwelling'on comer lot on East Gadsden street lot 120x1321/2 Three-Story ; ,
feet, with bath and gas ..............................h.......... $3250 00 $13:00-SW: : lots) block 138. 21 1 1 .5. k,1 I I 3 ;"I Trains do not stop 'at stations 2. I 14 6"
I ( (5 bally Dail1' [Daily I .where no time I. shown Dally! Dally)Datly! .
6-room dwelling desirably located on North. Alcanlz street, with lot LESLIE E BROOKS -a for Rent. I %. New-City;Tract.. .Tisiso .501 Lv..F1omaton..Ar. 13:45 l:2' -- .

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50x170 feet $2000 00 ...... 5:00 IS5: 2:55 -_............Celltug............. 149 11 11.: i ...
This is north of the Chamber of _..... 57 21 .3:0i "........Bluff Springs .......... .1:33 1:11; 8:1: ;' ....
6.room dwelling at Goulding, fronting the railroad. with 20 acres of .. building. DeLuna t.W' Cor block .42, ...... 1:17 .251 --30 ...McDavld ........ ... 1:05 ..
land ...........,............... ............ ..... ...... $250000 Real Estate f Commerce: on I S 500.0O-FcTUr'.West King l Tract, on car'line.S ...... 5:30 JU .1:3'. .........Plne Barren.......:... ...1-1' 12:25 8:11 7:5/: / "-.."
:::: : street; has all modern conveniences ; ; ...... 5:39 ':11 -.50 .-_.......Moltno ........h... 1:43 1:41.: ; ....
: i and insurance.Phone and is adapted for stores ,,;; .!.... .5:43....e. -tO .............Qu1ntette.........,... .11:51.1:34i:19' .
offices 'or small hoteL r ,; /j. .;...58:53 !3S .4:11 .....o.COttage Hill ...t..... .11.U 512s .7:34'.:"
462. 112. S. Palafox .50000-Lots'*.! ""and ,22. block 112, on ...... .J:1i7 S:%. -4:15 ......CantoDeDent............ .11:40, 1:26 '1:311'......
For particulars apply toMcDAVIDaIIYER 'Jsdrth Palafox $C ...... ..6:013:34 '.43: .........!...Gonzales............ ..11:31 :%l ..7:03 :%., .. ..
HOOTON &. WATSON i .' ...;.. -' ..3:3'4:25 .;.........:..RobertS..11t33 .l2:39 .76:35 :% : .....
I ...... .3:45: -:40. ..............Ol1ve.............. -11:22.1:097l: l. ..
...... -6:213:51 .4:48 ........".........Brent.............. ..11.15.1:047:09 .".."
-t THE RENTAL. AGENTS, .. IPor Safle $1500.00-W%' block 251. New City Tract. ....... 65S:54 .4:5% ........... Gouldln"......_..... ....11:11.1:01 7:0i\....,..
: CO. ., ...... '
(()) ...... 6:30 4:00'6:00(. ArPensacola. .Lv 11:05 11$5 7:00''
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i Real Estate. Insurance and Loans i Agents New York I I'.o.ZlI I f I I-
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: $3000.00-Lots..1 to (W%) block 29, New ,
:1 Life Insurants Company. City. East'Gregory. on railroad. ,!:.iI I_____,.I I I A5i

i No- 37 S. Pahif x Street. Phone No. 54. 100 EAST' GOVERNMENT ST., t Splendid. for lumber yard. S 8:00..i 5:20..I., 7:13 1:00 Lv..Pensacola..Ar..._.........Bohemla..._........ (I..1O:50l-....(............ ..........,I

$250000-For an Ideal Home. 514 North' Phone 700. ,Pensacola, Fla.. t S 5:2'.e. 'I: 6 ...........Gull Polnt....._.... 110:33....... .....I'.Je..
...... ........................ ..... ............. Hayne Street, a 7-room and hall ...,...!...... ..................Ynlestra.........:.. ...... ........ ......)"If

_ _ _ _ _ cottage, with all modem conven Elegant 'lot on Garden street, S 59............ 7:11 ... -.Escambia............. ..108....... 1'16'J :"
1 iences.33000.00For $13500 80\192, near Southern Hotel S 5:40..... .. .. 15 .............)Iulat............. '..10:19.-..... ..::::iot.-i;
..............Harp.-: ...... ...... ......I-ie
HELP WANTED. WANTED. 212 West Wright 'street, a .. .Galh Clty.'l! ,

very desirable 8-room and hall : .,..'"..........M1lton.............. .'10:05 ..... ....
C .. ........ ......... ...... It.I4
residence with, large lot. : $6IOO.OO-Lot on Intendencia street. near GoodRange. ..........:"
WANTKD, -Young man from. country P. as POSITION WANTED by band or gang IFoI RSALE Baylen 77x170. S ...H lts.............. ...... ..... .... '11
collector for loan'omce. Address u. saw filer. Work guaranteed. "Filer." ,t ..............Mlllil>an............. : ..... ... ... '1
Henderson.' 116 4 South. Palafox.. Pensa-31oct2t Care Journal. 27octlw ... 5:45.-i. : ............Crestview..........,.. ...... .... .u
cola. Fla. S .:,.........Deer Lend........... .. ..... .... I- 'U-
WANTEDAssistant shipping clerk. WANTED-'-To rent. second-hand type- :Money to loan at lowest. market rate -" $1850 00- Gets 5 houses on' West Jackson .!......4..Mossy Head.......... .'.9:04.......... ,- '44
.. Must be able to tally lumber. Apply to writer. Afply at the Majes Printing Co. of interest. ; street renting for $25.00 per ....DeFunlak Springs...... .... ..... S',
/ Mill Co. Brent Road 31octlw 26octWANTKD Mortgages on real estate In'this city month. As an investment you C : ..............Ar le.......,...... 1:44.- -... ---- :. ':,i
bought and sold. A will find it profitable. ........Ponce DeLeon......... ,3
ANTEn--Bright young man to do -A, six-room cottage to rent I AU of the Maxent Tract .west of --C" : .. !>.. .....!...... .=j
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work in exchange for course willing top y'$30.00 and willing to take I street now for sale. it 10:31. ... : :;
janitor and Pensa two years lease: Address Box 84, City. 10:43...... ..... 10:30. ............
stenography. 4
In :
I typewriting Business College Sloct 18octlwTOUXG HO/IE $3500.00-For 5 lots and 6-room cottage 11:1% ...... ..... 10:41'. ........ ... -. ,
cola ---.;. northwest'cornerReu and Cervantes 11t ............ 10:68 ...... .West-slUt..7:17.. ':)
\\"ANTE -)I_ to learn barber. trade. LADY wants position as stenographer street a good bargain. 11:43 ...... ...... 11:07 ............ .\ :
The wall-known :Moler System of Colleges and ,*gJstant bookkeeper Ad 1:10.. ...... .......11:1 ... .. : i
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founded In 1895. located In fourteen dress tSookkeeper. ," Care Journal.ISoetlw. )t: 4.... .. .
dUd offer splendid ad>'antage!. Fisher Real EstateAgencyCOLLECTION -1:55....... ..... : 3 ............ :g
leading 'and East In-
experience qualified instructors I Four rooms hall.'Noh 331 $200000: Take a look at No. 1201 North 1:13... ............. : %. ..snead.............. .. ,

practical positions free. life Moler scholarship and Barber locations College:registered Catalogue,,-Ne.v diplomas Orleans.La. mailed. I also WATEDJOOd;t tached.take first-class breakfast room.and neighborhood with supperS. bath If;con will at- SPECIALTY.' OF'RENTS. A -K will walls tendencla thoroughly make on the street.a overhauled.inside nice home-are This beingitlnted painted house and. is is and close being This the to -.",money.Davis-street.- It's worth the 10:50..AM 1:30: ............................. 1:15 PM!l:40... Ar.........River..Jackso Junction.. vIIle., .........Lv.. : .. ... : ..%:.3C:

:28oct! $t. venient. Address J. P. I., p.. o Box -
87. 206'S.. si. business. Will sell on
61. oct21 Phone > Palafox your easy' pay-. Trains 21 and 2% nd trains 2 and 3. carry through sleeping car between PeD. .
ments for
WANTED. man to assist with house- If you have property for sale or exchange, cola and Jacksonvfllevia River Junction and Seaboard Air LIne.
work and trad to horse Apply 619 N. WANTED-To rent a six-room house in '$1000. List with us for quick< results. -
Palatox. Corner Gadaden. Soct a desirable neighborhood. by a perma- J TraIns stop on signaL
nent tenant. .Address Box 103 City. MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED-Two draymen. Apply at 8 19ootlm
and 10 W. I&tendencia street. % oct The northeast one-quarter of block 175. r I.
WANTED All kinds beer bottles. I pay REV. SAM JONES' Life a'oo Sayings: by In the New City tract This place is just Legal Advertisements. Pensacola, St. Andrews anc
WANTED-Engraver. clock and Jewelry lIe dozen. I handle all leading brands hiS! wife is the biggest -seller.-ever pub- across the street from Mr. Bears 'new Jas..B. Perkins. .. Wm. B. Runyan.
repairer. with toolS. State experience of wines beers and whiskies and still lished. Price $%.50. Magnificent.ouUlt. residence. It is worth $1500. I win sell Gulf Steamship Co.
age and salary expected. The0., K. manufacture that well-establishod cough and fright to territory.only 60c Don t it for _' : PROVOSALS will be received at the Bureau STEAMER TARPON.
Drug Store. Florala, Ala.' 20oct medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragona miss the chance of your life to make -of Supplies and Accounts, Navy .
and Government St$. lloit money. Write quick. -Circulars free. L $1400.'n: FOR SALE.FOR DepartmentVashington.. D, C., until 10 FIRST-CLAt-S W. G BARROW, Matter. '
WANTED-Neat white girl to' do office J. Nichols &. Co., Atlanta. Ga. .-s----------- o'clock a. TO..November.13, 19" and publicly FREIGHT PASSENGER. A "J)
work. Apply room No. 1. Masonic WANTED First-class hat cleaning. Old 4_ opened immediately thereafter, to -
Temple. 19oct. I hats made new. Cleaning. pressing I MATTRESSES RENOVATllD-New tick a eL.-- SALE AT -A BARGAI25.000brick. furnish at the navy yard Pensacola. Fla., PENSACOLA, MOBILE.-
I and blockmr Satisfaction guaranteed furnished if desired. Guaranteed 'of,oak plank and knees. Applications APALACHCO(
\Carpet one -10n4l power engine 100 a quantity LA CARRABELLE.! ST. AN.
WANTED-Carpenters wanted. Apply I. Panam3.5. Sod Straws. 2e; Felt. Bo; taken up and matting laid. Leave feet 1-inch pipe. This engine jus. tne for, proposals should refer to DREWS. MILLVILLE.And .
GouMing Fertilizer Company. 14oct dencia Derbys. %5c. Victor Lou's! 100 E. Inten- orders at Watson. Parker Reese Co."a. > Jr// thing for a email saw mill.. Address. Box Schedule 221. Blank proposals will be all points on St. Andrews Bar, Car.
street All J. W.
come in. 6octlm Wesley Duncan. sept; Bullock; 103 Pensacola Fla. 31octlm furnished upon application to the navy rabelle and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE. .
WANTED-First-class carriage black- pay office, Pensacola. Fla., or to the Bureau .
smith and woodworker. Good positionfor WANTRD--Afl know that owners or poultry to DR. A. W. HERMAN.' Chiropodist; | FOR SALE-Horse and buggy. Apply to H. T. B; HARRIS. Paymaster-Gen Leaves Pensacola Sunday, 8.30 p. m.
right man. Address. John G. Welsh. brated we are agents for the cele- room 301 Brent Building. 3d floor All Real l Estate and Loans Henry Rausher 507 South Palafox eral U. S. N.. 10-13-0 for Mobile Ala.
Carriage Works, Fla. 9oct Conkeys Poultry Remedies. Guar bunions. ingrowing nails Mortgage.
Pensacola. anteed to corns. removed street. 31Oct2f Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, S 39 p. m.
cure rupe. cnolera, ,gape and to '
scientifically without Tain. Manicuringa for St. Andrews. MlllvUle.
wonderfut kill fleas egg lice producer.and mites.F.:z.Also Mellen their. specialty* : .. 24octlm*. Cor. Government antfoDeLuna. .Stm FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures, Carrabelle and intermediate Apalar-iJoola.pointa..
j :: LOST. Co. Phone No..334. tgapr& i T ,. pool and billiard tables, etc. In a fine FARMING TIPS FROM BOYS. For additional Information apply to
I I TREES-Shade. ornamental :e-i fruit Box 173. Phone 637MISCELLANEOUS. location. At a bargain if sold at once J. R. SAUNdERS
; .WANTED-.:At.:pnce.l a four or five-room I trees of all kinds; also hedge plants Address box 103 City. 23aept i E .R. COBB Trident
j LOST White answering the cottage. 'Must be 'close in and in good furnished and planted by S. I>.' Jackson. loss Show Parents Rowt Doable General Frt. and Pass. Agt Pwsacola.
name Of "Nan".teRf d. Notify Cal- neighborhood. Address 123. Care Tour-. on terms to suit customers. Best refer FOR SALE-Four good schooners suit. Their Yield of Cora. 'I ,. FU.
ences. Address S. D.I Jackson. City. sound and river. .
houn. at barge office.. Phone 530 Sloct naL 2aseptTAILORIXG able for lake. Ad-
t I 14octlm dress "M/* care Journal. 2iaugFOR Professor G. D. Christie of Purdue

I 'LOST-Lady's gold watch lost either on -R. L. niamond Tailor. I t .- IncL assist L. H. W. I
dummy or between dummy depot and Gent clothing cleaned. pressed and repaired .WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We Furniture by Henry, presIdent GA., FLA. & ALA. RY.
are now in our new quarters 214 East :MRS. JOHN JCREART has tbd for SALE-At a bargain. paying of the 'farmers' has
&nt Reward for return to on short notice. No. 11V4 Wet Intendencia. and prepared to do agency business at 138 E. Intenciencla St. Institute I CAPITOL. ROUTE-SHORT LINE
the Kitchen 30oct Government St. Pfnsacola Fla. every. "Hole-Proof Hosiery. With every 6 Box 325 'City. loot demonstrated .th ..t"tJi: yield of 'corn I
thing in wagon and carriage building and pairs you get a guarantee that they will Address Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta
LOST-Package of papers and shipping Al\"TED-A. R. BIngham wants your repairing. E. L. Herring City 14oct wear six months. Phone 55, or call at can be more than doubled'whcjj propir .
to moving 'and'hauling Me 21 East LaRua. .Sloctlw AUTOMOBILE or trade: nearly Ga.
letters addressed the keeper of the guarantees MUSIC-Miss Cawthons Studio. 336 jl : seed Is selected and the corn Is raised
I life saving station. Finder. please notify all Breakage. Phone '30. new and in good condition will sell or ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT
Captain Broadbent. 30oct2t Brent Building Voice and piano. Special H. ALFMAN-Tin/ Copper and Sheet trade for a good horse. Address J. C. according to scientific method*. saysa -
; WANTED-Carriages repaired and attention given to correct breathing and Iron Worker: cornice work and skylights Brashears Hilton Fla. Soctlm from Ind.. To to
repainted Miss Beatrice, White takes dispatch Laport, prove
LOST-Ship boat. marked Noach' yrof ;: floats buUt.r to order; horse placement- a specialty, roofing guttering and Southwest Georgia and West
piano. elocution and
pupils primary repairing '109 East Government the practicability ;the theory more
S G.
tCnngsbacka. in stern; was lost from Welsh Ca.-' opera
: Phone 1284 Miss Caw-;
riage o.a dramatic art. house building.. Phone 316.. %jul elm FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen Florida.Via .
alongside my ship Saturday night: 13th thon; 810 Miss White. 14OCtTAKRANCE & Sons piano in handsome rosewoodcase. than a hundred plots werecared for
October. 1906. Reward for Return to B.Andersen : A bargain. Piano can be in in county that began
seen Laporte
ANTEp.The Merc.la.nts Iransfer a contest :
Master Swed., bark "NoachVI" ; Co ADAm ,
16oct want your'moTinand. .. hauling. All ngt or double; I teams Livery. night DeFuniak by calling at the Kandy Kitchen." 30eLFOR last year and recently,.cloBexL The Steamer Lines, Carrabeile
breakageguaranteed. T. B.
Proprietor, Phong 978, Therein/ or day; new rigs good service. polite. FOR SALE. SALE-10.000 acres round timberland most noticeable instance was where a Fla.
drivers. Give us a trial. hone 59. 12,500 saw mill timber and sawmill boy's plot was found growing along and
; BOARD AND ROOMS. WANTED-:Arf:tlnds of electrical work. 6octlm 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several :
: I sell ,& ::"kinds of electrical batteriesand FOR SALE-Ten different 'Pensacola good farms and town properties. side a field of corn planted by'his-father GA., FLA. & ALA. RY.

other: electrical supplies When you DRAWINGS Office machine all kmds and: Hun mill, Engirej 'storm scenes on souvenir postal cards Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chlpley Fla. who la regarded as' dii&of'the; Low:rates, quick service, to Tallahassee
!TWO NICELY furnished Brooms for renl, need me ring: or 955. E. W. Patent <; ma.deat
JJ5 Peake. for %Sc. P. P.. P.. Box 336. City. SOoct 23sept
\. with or without board privilege of bath New Star Laundry Bid? :K. Garden. reasonable rates. Patentable'ideas de most successful farmers. iji that town and Quincy Fla., Balnbrldge. AriinPton
and phone: convenient to car.line Address eioped Sail boats launches. AddressW. FOR SALE-Car load fine horses aad FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply ship. and Cuthbert, Ga.
For Rates, and Information to
C. MsGowan. Pensacola, Fla., write
1202 East,Gadsden street. 27octlmo WANTED ond-hand sacks of all descriptions 9septlm ,mules Just -received: also two much ..to The Lewis Bear Co. Sort
The twelve feet
wanted. If out of hors corn averages
town. ship
TWO connecting rooms,rurnlshedsuit- them to us. if In town, ring tu up at J\o J H. PORTER, sailmaker 716 South cows West with Intendencla calf. Can street.be seen Turton at barn Me-on FOR SALE-Lodging house comer or In 'height, while' the father's 'cOm Is J. H. McWILLIAMS, -
able for light housekeeping; excellent 334 or bring them t. us at corner of Palafox street. Orders taken for tents Millan. :28oet Palafox and Main streets. known as G .F. i P. A.. Bainbridge, Ga.
; neighborhood, near business district. Apply Chaso and Alcanlz Sts. F. S. Mcllen ft awnings camp stools and' house cots: Dunn's Lodging House. An established only seven feet high.. The boy's corn

phone 663. SOoctlw Co. 2sjuly: etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan FOR SALE-One fine Jersey. cow with business, everything complete; a good will yield about double'th" t of the fa

CHAt"'DLERS-MeKf young calf. Apply 809 East StrongSt. investment! for the right man. H. Muller ther's field. NOTICE SUBSCRIBERS..
ROOM nd"omy') SHIP Oerting .
furnished southern
400 S. ifioct
& Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers .. 27oetlw
exposure. all modern conveniences 2j Professor Christie:was pleased with
blocks from po..toffice. Apply 234 West HOTELS. and grocers. Only first-class house SIaC ND-iIAND SAFE for sale As all kicks registered in this office .
-< Fair FOR SALE-One-half interest In the O used the general'showing made When'the'
Government. Phone 7Qi.: '28octl of kind in city. prices .aiL : K..drug store Florala, Ala. Purchasermust only one year. Address P. O Box 492.:! for failure of deLvery! of the
CARRIAGES repaired'- repainted. be competent to manage 'business! W. S. Hooton. 12 E. Intendencia. loot corn is- hosted it Is said there will be paper are charged up to the camera.it .
THREE DUNFURMSHED ROOMS with BRTGG?" HOtTSB-,300 feet west of Union Floats built to order. Horse shoeing Clean stock, cash trade.' H. H Mc- fields cultivated by boys that will is desirous that subscribers be
and bath. :222est! '
gas Apply Bel- FOR SALE-Blacksmith
shop and dwellIn&
iot. Wright street best 20oct -
> Dougald.Proprietor.-
on locationbest
; W. Welsh
mont. ZSoct. rooms; best house to stop at. Rates; a specialty.'. J. Carriage. 'Cpm 27feb> eX"eUent.locaUon near ice factory yield 100.bushels. .to the: ,.acre. quite certain that. the paper hal! nilbeen :
50c per day. 21octlm. pan) .? PANAMA CANAL EDITION <.f The good,trade large lot. good water, reason- delivered before registering sua
ROOMS-Furnished or unfurnished. for able*term. at Marlanna. Fla. '
UPHOLSTBftlNO 'SHOP ,Journal a magnificently illustrated Address Klck-a-Hole-lB-the-Slry.;
rent. Privilege light housekeeping Za4 MILTON Proprietor. Furniture WII- magazine containing ..scores o* yc'S'of W. E. Taylor. Chipley, Fla. lOoctlm To Wed kick.At
East Gregory street. ZSoct BROWN ?HOUSE--DeFuniaii Springs pairing lie of all kinds .carpets laid. ..furni rer the city and harbor. For *alet all t If a name,counts for, anything,Mitch times complaints comes tn rc3
I IGood beds.4 airy rooms elegant meals: ture packedfor shipping. Phone 63.Next book stores or at'The Journal office By ell Jasper an Indian_ living in Delta houses at which! we are certa'n be!
JroR RENT Newly furnished tront room free bath and sample rooms. Special .
Tampa landing mail.20 tents. liacot has been delivered and 'h:, >
to 22april paper
I in private family southern exposuredesirable attention to traveling men. Rates $2.oodayc EDUCATIONAL.MRS. county Mich. took.a flier directly I In
neighborhood and businesscenter J. R. Bro !:.. Prop.HOTEL obviously unjust to the toys (if on
1 near per MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam the face of fate when appeared !*- .
'" Use of bath. gas and phone I I do not the want (0 IU
get we
I made to order; old engine steam drying room. moulds paper
Mattresses ones
Apply, to 422 West Gregory or phone 1358. : SOUTHERN-Opn all the renovated. New ticks Setf- and everything complete for carrying on IOLA BARTON MASON win opena tore the county clerk.In Escanaba aw! It; but please be certain.
_. ZSoctlm7WO I. year. American and European plan. end hand furniture ) furnlshedi business together with the finest bed of school of Shorthand and Typewriting secured a license to marry Mary Kick-
rooms Special summer rates. First-class in holstering' and repairing done JIUI:. I pottery clay in Escambia county. Located October 10. Apply either at 314 S Al- aHoleIntheSkysays the Chicago .. '
nice. large unfurnished for every respect. Pleasant and convenient Belmont St.. city. ..Phone )U. Davis right in the city.' Apply to. or addreSs rants or" Typewriter Exchange 313
rent Apply to F. R. McGee> at Y. M. Mrs, T, t., Bowen. .Prop. Pen a- Mfg. Co.. C. T. Datis, M r-' R. P. Reese. .ISseptf Brent building. 2octlm* News. Jasper's prospects .are, farther DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.For .

; C. A. room-. 2Soct cola. Fla. l apr n- eminewresi-----.wol.tw the_w _,_..w.+_ ttlflt___ thA naVnA___

FOR, RENT- -T o desirable room*'!. centrally BAT HOTEL -Open night and 6ay.ropean Eu tt of.hIs future mother .law' is Afraid. Member of Congress. 3rd Congre
located, convenient to business plan Rooms light and clean. Distr'ctW1L :
of-No-Man.: It Is feared by the friendsof siona!
hotel and first-class boarding
i section
; Transient trade solicited. 575-579 South
; house southern exposure. Reasonable, the to be that if B. LA3IAR. of Jefferson
: Palafox. Jc.>s..S. Nicolau. Prop.MONEYTPT bridegroom Mary
rates: modern coni eniences. References wfEiYOUR WANT AD'HERE. KIck-a-Hole-in-tAe-Sky inherited For Just'ces: ot the Supreme Court
I exchanged. 802 North Spring street. --I any CHAS. B. PARKHILU of Escamt:*
21octlOtklCELT : of the traits ,,'bleb'the name of her

FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. .... .0: : mother signifies! Jasper's dream of"wedded JAMES B. WHITFIEL'D. of Leon-

with or without board. Table loaod.i bliss Is destined to receive a severe For Railroad Commissioner

i Phone. gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox.locUm : -eqo. \ "It..: : Send t to: TheJournal office day or night. When you need lielp, have ,anything Jolt. NEWTON A. BUTCH of Le r.

,. tact ..-- ri. '.. .. .* R. HUDSON BURR, of Dade

FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 sell rent or 'wish to purchase .anything, try a. want ad. They do the
to exchange <
W. Chase street ..21octI I -' t! : For State Senator, 2nd District:
Iti ..' J' JOHN S. BEARD.
BOOMS AND BOARD for $3.50 per week. ;. '...j I. : EVANSVILLE &
-. Good eating. Apply. :Mrs. Laura, Gomez. tZ work. . : .: : .
200 West Romana. 17oct2w 1 ; For Member House of RepresentatiT

. .ROOMS FOR RBNT. ,with of privilege bath and of It ::. .I,,..,. ; : :tT l .'.- .' TERRE HAUTERAILROAD CHAS.M. O. M BAGGETT.COSTOX

f : phone light: on housekeeP car line. Z Apply: use 900 E.Uoctlm Jackson. I P\ '"; 'a V?'. h-iS 151iJ.rn ) ; : .RY MAKE' ; ; '' N'E.-- For Tax Assessor:

t or phone 1457. ---,0- '. : :i _s x. .: .t WORDS . LINE. W. W. RICHARD*.
f 1 HOMELIKE PIJA.CE to I i.Vt:) 'TC C ,- ,'- <
I : board on North HiU. second door from I t If t- THE DIRECT LINE TOCHICVGO
'. ..., .. -. For Tax Collector:
address No. 8 WI '
t car line. For particulars .. .
I.; East Strong MoctlraT wi set -' '.:r"fPe*J',..'" !r ., ,. : i ': ;j'i I i J. S. ROBER1S.

\\O FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms :: !... ; : ... 'u : < : :
.- for rert for light ]housekeeping. Phone MC .. ) -.l..v.r1 bo'iy i ; y :.. t, /; For County

fox 1102 or apply' room 8, 20H. South Pala-lloctFOH .n. .r I ,'*"'::".' A-i i5'iCoB. wt fn a** .. : V ; : alt point*.'jn the : J. ED._WILLIAMS,

: RENT-Rooms cheap;' real newly -on ----- --- _. : '- "- i : ; -'>:. : : \ .. -. -. Notlh and Northwest: 1 : For Members of School Board:
.olean furnished rooms sultab'e for : : ANDERSON
MO" T V .:u.. af'f ;,,-to, ; : : W. E.
the hill. Location .
light housekeeping: on .' N"c.. '-.,. H. G DeSILVA.
Ilne.L so .
and Close to car ---
high healJiy. -

L ? Privilege Strong: of Pbon phone,1213.and gas. Apply 314 lOaug E. PhoUNI call> t .,'_ .4_',)\u.. nO..1"- /, 1 r : 'I i:ii: ; ,'f. : ;" t ; ', Exceptionally t Low Rouni--1 :. W. )I. AGERTON

!= -_ _-_-- ...., IB 101" ., .-.- .' :. _' __. ", < Trip.Ratcs.toaU.Summer. For lecber, Board County C.tn"::

on :. : ..; "- : sinners:
; FOR RENT. rialloans .". ..c', *-..- .. on OSts. ;:, Tourist Points. ;. J. B. ROBERTS

Soutl >, -! -- -- : Rales-The'.rate on a ,want ad .f filling the above space'is 25 cents}first insertion ,;t JNO'A. .mRmTT

FOR RE.rr-A.for rent R.suitable Binehem for has furniture storagetoom iiioi; P-BLl: -E / : *" *. ** D. H. Hillman, 8. L.. R0eiI ,JAS :31JA3 ANDRWa

or ragona other strset.gootls. ,ljhon 234 and 639.106 South Tar.'\ Up.ti. :':. cu. ';._'7' :; id'.5,cents a'day for'each:additional_ consecutive :insertion.: Send.' cash' witH; the.ad. .. Vluvllle..lncl.G. P. & T.A.GeneraJ: .Nashville Agent, Tcna H,.a.CU'IP"ON JH'STEVARD'i1''fV' .

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-'- ;,. "',., THE 'PENSACOLA- JOURNAL, rn..; t MO'R t "' .OCTO5R
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BR05.CO: MRKET REPORT[ rn5iic14lL vow 'NOTED e!. WE'S. -.Cdat1dAsphaig K.w :' Iti Acme Roofing.Double Excels'!Flint L'' .' JA KS NVllLE -ri.l' :

UfURl"i LJIJI aS .
t\ ESTILLs ':NAVAL .TOR Geologists .Felt'the.Destruction. to msdefrom the-best Wool Felt. CARNIVAL
1J Saturated sad coate4 *?*** processwith Asphalt .
T u RPt; Savannah G&. Oct.- 3OJfl naval of Minncbaba Falls. ts a rubber-like (densely Felt. '4
,.of; store market closed to-da7'as IoUoWII: r ': Coated oa both sides with SUicate."OOM :,11
WW .... ........................... 00 .-,---,.-.-,-- ,. ItwJsta the action of vapor acids and fire. .
WO ............;..........-......._ i 80 ? Not.'affected by heat oreold. U
N ............... November 5-10 1908. V '
.......... .6 3$ IBEAPOLIS'FAIDBELUT8POT'ICE&stoae The roofing,that never ,leaks. :
M ............................490totOO Easily affixed. .l ...
Ie. .....................,....,A.i..4 6 5 The ejperlenA* ef twenty years proves it'to U-the best -:
k ..........................;.....!...;4 js HE IS A Ready Roofing onrthe market.: '
.*.... .. .....;.......4 20s FlILTOTOILLMZH Ledge_, .b. Beimar Bat.* Put up In rolls U inches wide and 40 feetS Inches tour. SEABOARD .;

G 11' ...........,................,..,4.10*.to..:.4 4 is is5 I Away, 87 GMlofirt* 8e S T4 containing 108 square feet wrapped In heavy ea.lq' LINE RAILWAY .i! lAIR

...... ... .. ....400to407% With Cememt Wall -JUaaeap.lia:: APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS.
-....:.:. .:::.:;:..: ;: .......3 95 ANNOUNCES A RATE OF 4'
1LlI C .................,,....*.|* |* ...!.381% Both youth Likely to Act; TUI abe :Fall Are> 3-Ply, 80 Ibs. per roll, complete.Ply .
Spirits Turpentine 'to'cfiU ,_ and old '
ee% cents. age: Great Sornre 01 Prott ONE FARE
70 lbs. roll ,
need this excel. ; per complete. p '
HICKS'CURES PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. Geologists bare {earned that Mb ne- Plus ? centsto Juksoftvtlle and retur.. j
The following 1-Ply 60 lbs. roll .
Pensacola cotton Quota- lentJtpnic. Keepsup ,per ,. complete. top Public. aRct one east see "'II. .'
tions are furntahed by J; p. O'Connor &; haha falls, the famous beauty 'POt.of- for MUltiry Companies an/ 5ras. 4
CAPUDINE ?z.F. O. B. cotton trokers, Pensacola strength, vigor which is known to Samples and Full Particllars Free. OF Bands. Bates apply frem all Agency; '
and courage. A ; Minneapolis nearly ; Also t. 2 ud l.ply Tarred Hoofing Paper; Sheathing and ,8Utl,fi| .q j&Mboar* in F1a's -I
Good Middling .??;,....,.....-....10 7-16 school boy and girl In the Unit % Insulating Pap r. '- I { ,
Strict Middling ......... ..........10 5-16 high grade product every ..
Middling ...............-,,...........102-16 ed: States through IxjngfeUow'g "Hla-:, "
4 ALL ACHES Urfct Low Middling ...............1(15-16 thatisaiwaysgood. watha" is In danger of being destroy1ed Carolina Portland Cement Co., DATES OF SALE. I
,. .And NervouMMas AllgttJ.dealers tell UJL Atlanta, Ga.Witcher ; I tr
-, fdiI..us..h AI__ Real! Estate Transfers. "& &W'.Atiant4 saIl,a special dispatch trom Mlnaeapolis -' ,
to the New York Tinea. Eat- November5,6,7,8and9;

Following Is a list of the real estate its through the sandstone \
ing way
transfers recorded yesterday furnished by > Final 1 Umlt, All Tickets. November It t J
the Pen a.eota .Abstract Co.: ledge orer which the water pours the, .. 1906. j 1 ,

The; Pufrlishei'sCIaIII1SJIIstaiaod Win. Lloyd BaRn DEEDS.to Mrs. Mary J. William stream 'has BOW worn' the rock' almost I : ; % ; I :

*-Lot 2 and the west 10 feet of down to the loose'drift of glaciaKde4 ;:, ; : CaD on your ticket agent. : -1 J
lot 3. block 107, New City tract-f 1800.00. posit This means that unless qiia"' l '
Annie M. and Chas.P1.. Berglum to Leslie -
& Co.
d E. Breou-Tl1e wesj % of Jot 158. .& ledge Is propped up and the eroaioa : Zemurray So BOYLSTON, Jr., : 1" ;
block 22, Old City tr.c.4631.0.Leslie _._ stopped the falls In their present pictnresque -:: Asst Gaul. Pass. Agent.JACKSONVILK. : '1
B. Brooks to Chaa.'T. and AnnieM.
Bergliw-The west & of lot 158, block form will be gone, with nothing .JA$. F. TAYLOR, !
UNITED STATE8 Oourr OF CLAIMS 22 OW City tract.- J25.00. in their place but sa ugly rapid. Commission Brokers. : Traveling Pass. Agent. 10 f,1
!''Z W eksttfa Internatieaal A. A. Fisher to' AIbeTt Bumette-The GULF CITY COFFEE CO. The recession of Mlanehaha has beta Ii, I TAMPA.EDWARD. -.,
thM I"Ja. )L Barglun-The west H of Jot 18. block -
tctobzrt,rabrzitkeh ,it-edited li ftrttbs inevory pepu- 20.:! 'New City-$175.00. : H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. hastened by the heavy nIDa'of tbe lut : F. COST. i i
sd te*yety pa4.wnk Louis :Boley to Win. Lloyd Hahn-Lot few seasons. The falls bars been uniformly 1- I Pensacola end New'Orleans 2nd Vice-President., I, -
the pttPO c UaI1n4 I feme*;the brier 2 *ad the west 10 feet Of lot S. block 107. Roasters, Blenders and Shippers r CHARLES B. RYAN. -.
*n4 irer r.qQnm.i o|aamaer ftauaPpo 'tew City tree ;11.00. la good volume, and the wear* .II Intendancla.. -*> 820 Common. a..... Pass Agent. '
Ekntty C. Wright to Louis Turner Lots Fine big: action of the water has been rery PORTMOUTH.VA.DIRECTOR,
:! S and 4, block $..' East King Traet East Coffees :
of Tarragona .treet->4S00.09. and other rapid. But the more damaging work'bas '
OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Cotton Stocks Grain. Provisions
considerations. been wrought by the frost and thespray ; ), ,
attacking ledge 1J
Napoleon ,Bona part. about midway,between the foot and : bought and sold on margin or for investment.
e4tb4tnrr7.Jj showed, at the battle of Austerlltz he
crest of the falls.. By this'1D.Qdl u.l
was the) greatest Leader In the world.
Ballard's Snow Liniment has shown action the ledge has been undermined Out-of-Town Orders Given Special. Attention. PROFESSIONALI

the public It la the beet Liniment In NEWSVESSELS so that the'recess back of the.fans Is <

r4 the world. A quiet cure for Rheumatism fully thirty feet wide.When'the ? Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. T. G." YATES, M. ]D1 ,
of the wall of
sAj cbcy 6e *. Sprains Burns;Cuts, etc. A. C. preparation !
kr' =Tr"tA plus Rodesaa La. says: '1 used Bal- -- sandstone is complete, which may be j

,!$ lard'a SnoW' Liniment In my family within a few years it is Inevitable that ............. ... Optician. : ,

14 and find It. wnetcejled for sore chest IN PORT. the stratum which forms the crest of Thiesen .
Building T'
a :
VTT headache corns, In fact anything that Steamships.Asuncion the falls win' topple over'and Ulnae '- .. ; ft:
can be reached by a liniment" ..
de haha falls will be little more than a
Larrinaga. Br ss, Kramer t
wxconwiUtERJATQIM.bOTIOUARY 2693. Rosario to Gulf Transit" Co. memory. This toppling over of the W| o A A fl 1TIT4 8 flJJoflaofloinr ..tI
NOTICE M. E: B. A. NO. 1. August Belmont. Br es. Clarke, 2967
A sp. Ul meetimg will be h 4d T7edR Newcastle on Tyne to GuI Transit Co. upp stratum has taken place one L. C. PHILLIPS Ph. J
day eTAalag at 7:10 p. m. Business Axmisater, Br ss, Splnk 1231 Havana before in the memory of people now THE IMPROVIDENCE OF ;- ,
: Of importance. A. fun attendance Is reqtMftM. to master.! Homeopathic.
r llrlng. j
THE agJc'' Pzth5 : A. G. P5LL. Barendrecht. Dutch 811, Hoekstra 2092. I }
*etveu 1utD- J. L. SWEENET, President. GuHport to Cary & Co. The alarming report of the geologists PHYSICIAN and SUROEON.M.'I
*} l a Secretary. BenedIct. Br se, Roberts. 1758 Kingston who hare been" Investigating Mlnne- Office _.nd'R.ald.nce. 12 N. Pal
to S. P. Shotter Co. Hours: sa to 11 a.'m. 1 ta 5 p.
.Grads Span ss. Ruiz 2S53, Liverpoolto haha means a lot to Minneapolis. Once .
GET THE UTESTAN! BEST $5,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD SE Gulf Transit Co. before IIi.her.history' the city faced Phone 66.

CURITY. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT Ma. Aust ss, Hreglich. 209S New Orleans trouble over waterfall. Minneapolis 1JmwQ1wJJuJfiuJJJLrrederlck
Co.EXPERTBIG. to Gulf. Transit Co. a is due much to desire to ,
not spend
r so a ev
Klrkstall, Br ss,, Ulnde Colon to was founded Just rn time to demonstrate ry

.Mma1sf5nUTc&G.4C.MERRIAM Master. Br ss. Nlchou t.TugeU t. 2141 Cardiff to that the Tails of St Anthony cent they earn as to their failure to under A..f.Jd. F. M. Bloun

PZI.IR$. CO., GUN FIRINGHow H. Banns & Co. were well fitted for the development of stand the value of small economies. If a AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
water Had the settlement -
8PRIMGIEL Nor ship ShlpLAVaDtJ. Anderson, 1(18 London been delayed .100 years there would start no matter how small, would, only be Architects -

the Missouri's .Gunners to order. have been little it anything at Minneapolis made of laying aside a, small portion of the 812-314, Brent Bldg., 43 Mese Bid.
Ferreira Port ship Barros. 606 Lisbonto Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery Ala.
to prompt the building up of
master. income each week.or month, the lesson of
Riddled Targets. Canada. Br ship Spurr. 22J7 Rio a great Industrial center and the big
COffEE Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. gest flour mills in the world. economy would soon be learned. Start an J :
Ingrid Nor ship Dannell.- J260 Ant- WM. A. BORMANS
werp to McK. Oerting & Co. At one time, so the geologists say the account here to-day. Qne dollar does It, ,
HOT A SHOT MISSED THE KA.RX'I Lena Ital ship. Tassara 15(1. Londonto Mississippi plunged over a ledge of Architect and Superintendent
and it at to draw interest-
begins once
I order fpr
rock In neighborhood; of Fort Snell- Office-305 Brent Building
Wa are the Pioneer Barks. : Pensacola, Fla. ,
lug fifteen m"bolo'ithe| present location you.JIRST-

Coffee Roasters of twelve I,efc and BI gbt lad Gam Montevideo Afredo. Uruguayan to H. H. Thornton.bk. Manages. 987,' of St.'Ahthony'E: tJll The action _-______________________________________, t 4 t

West Florida.fWGH'SBLENBS. Flre With Grwt R. plditT WltluMt Alfhild Swed bk. Svvnsen 1332. Bur of the,,water eat the ledge back ,

OB*,Mis. Wfall TeMcl Was Maklmg ban to master. until the cataract came to the point SECRET SOCIETIES. .
Andrea. Kor-bk Quale, 114, Durban to
Tern Kmte mm Boor-"" _14eatRoeTeU' maater._ "" H '' where -plotters built a town sad '

m. EatJa1-.U. WU__.. Avon: ,Its. 'bK,''Avegno.' 147T.-*. Genoa- tomaster. named It St. Anthony. This -town became : NATIONAL BANK PENSACOLA .LODGE. NO. S. I.

f Campbell. Nor bk. Ilausken. 1100. Minneapolis. Pensacola Lodge. No. I, K. of P. ,

When President Beoserelt recently SUvanjer to McK. Oertins & Co. St. .Anthonys falls, continued to recede o'clock meets every at their Monday temporary evening Castle at Hall 7J9 I 1

watched the target practice of the bat- Chacma Nor bk Jorgensen, 557_ and the Tfflagqrs were distressed, OF PENSACOLA. FLA. orer Pou1 suble, West latendencia St. i i
to order.
Ylaitia; brethren welcomed.'F' t
tteshlp MUsoorl off the port of Prorlacetown Hereford, Nor bk, :Jensen 1380. Rosario fearlng aetotal obliteration! of,the water E. UENNARD cordially C. C.
have no equal. A trial he to order. I tlru4,-partly developed and Designated Depositary of the United States. H. HOESLER. K. ot R. 8. t
Masa, saw four. targets Heimfal. Nor, bk,8.Hensen,- lIil., Hun power j'-:: t.
nill convince the con riddled 'a recognised tie one thing that woald
by sheila from big giiaB In to11oruI.rto .
noisseur that way' that irwa hlj eathMlaitic ap- to order.. Span.. bk. 1111. Battle Havana create: a great.dfy. ''Work was under W.'H. Xna1rl President W. K. Hyer Jr., Vice-President and Cashier. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. t! j

we Isabel Brrwn Rus bit. LIndquist 1231. way' to stop the. np stream march of Thos. W. Brent. Aas't Cashier. W. N. Roberts Ajrt Casbler. Meetings of the '
make no extravagant proral of the work of the. gunners Hull to master. the cataract when In a da.tht'Wpcrumbled Directors-F. C.Brent. W.A.Blount. W. H. Knowlea W. K. liTer JrD. .. Knights of Columbus f
I says '. special dispatch to theSt> rTork Kmk Oscar II, Nor bk, Johnson, 15%,. the water swirling O. Brent.C are held at their hall. ,
claims. Rosario-to A. Zelius.Lllla No. I West Intenden.
Herald.. The tanvta were, 1.600 Nor' bk Aanonsen; 1030, Santos sad foaming in useless faahlen about cia street on every

jtrdi Cfttnt and tile ibty was steam- tDJJ.r'cru '. th.-'wreekage.- Every abtsbodlad man Monday evening at 7:3)
/ : Yan bk. Lope 700; Ila- C o'clock. .An ..Inrlu.tlon .
Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS tty at the rat of tea knots an hour. varia to o r.bk. in and near the dty was drafted as a Is extended tTieitlnK '
Maria Get French. 192J. Kings }Cnlghts.JOHN .
Two frrdTt-iacb pu- were fired at Lynn to. master. helper In tie work of preservation. and B. JONES,

target Ka.: 1 four sheti each and er- Marina Madre Ital bk.; Slmonotta, low the continuing power of tae falls :W.LM8..Pre.i4eat. Jolla PFEIFFE*, JUsfstMt Cas1WuI. : Jr. S. LEONARD. Grand Knight J
1465, Genoa to order.; Is assured by m.gigantic but unlerely! .E.CU KVicf widest and Cafkler. 1.W.JUOIEW8.Assistent Cahl I.,.. Becorder.IDAVGHTKRS .
ery eiwt ,cf red a bit, the whole eight Negpore Nor blu OJerdsen. illS, East '

being arM la'thrte and one-half min London to VI8we A. Zelius.Noach i .bIt; Bu feldt.-' 1280 apron.In : OF REBECCA.
the case of.Mlnnehaha,there Is no THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK '
"all kinds of Feed utes. The W. and ana pointer were Port to' water power a1 stake. but the cascade ..., aomt Lodge. No. 18. Daughters of
bone and C. Blanchard, boatswain'smates Hal bk Costa Genoa or- Itebecca. meets every Monday night at '
Stuffs.Pluto der.Pallas made famous by the poet Is one of the Of PtNSACOL HA. t o'clock tie..L O. O. F. ball. VUlUnjr :
while B. F. Hare eeeman Nor bk. Johnson. 1219 Ply- strongestassets of Minneapolis. Nine sister cordially invited to be present.
trained the turretPresident month. to A. Zeliu MRS. J. T. PULLIAM N. G.
Superb :Nor bk IJlich 1934. Antwerpto out of ten tourists wb stop In Minneapolis Opera House Building. MBS.. HATTIE NEVILLE\ ,, Sec.
Roosevelt was alluding A. Zelius & Co. gO'to the
ann for an hew or two '
WaterWholesale where he could plainly see the shots In :$choonen. place or apologise to themselves for DESIGNATED. DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES

their flight and see them lilt the target Belize Donna: to Christina master. Am sen, HcLeotL.. 165, missing It Long before Minneapolis CAPITAL STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS $60.009. Katbbone. RATHBONE LodgK LODGE. 80,.NO.KnIghts 30. of
As the shells after another struck
one Doicira. Br ech. Reddle 2001,.ft Lucle had become a big dty it was known ythias. Beets every Thursday olebt at
the target he wonid rlng his right fist to master. f. as Minnehaha Falls.It DIRECTORS. Castle Hall. Members of sister lodges
and Retail Freddie Heuckem Am anti 75, Mid vIsiting brethren eordUlIr Invited
it Bryant | -
into the left palm though be' were Havana to. master. Is held by those who haTe Inter- Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. C. Brawner, to attend. J. M. ROPER C. CL
striking a blow and exclaim-n: ''Bun ested themselves .In the project that J. M. Pfeiffer. W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar C.LLEIrET.KB.8.

That's great! Now, isn't that fine! Julius Caesar.was the recession can be partially if not Bryan Dumvady, T. F.- cGourl.., J. R. Sauoders

New Orleans Grocery Co, Another right through!" a man of nerve-but sickness left permanently stopped by a wall ot cement A. $t. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura :M. E. B. A. No. SI, meets first and

When the eighth shot had punched Us mark and be became aged before which would Insure that the undermining W.L. mthon., Dr. W. J. Hannah McKcnzleOertlag third Wednesday WMta.l. tn,
its huge hole right'under the bull's eye his time. Sickness is often,: caused /.kx4cGowin& C. {M. Covlngton M. E. Clerk.THE.GITIZENS Rafford Hall No. IS.
process will go no farther. street A. O. FELL. Prea
the cried out: "Sight shots by a torpid liver; Hcrbine will regu. }U.LI and U.[O the frtnte t: 3. L. SWEENEY. Secy. .
Jas. McHugh president late liver and give :health. The wall could be ;roughened so that 'lull) ((ftiit. lUES ItT rtnt 'I ]tUt', jeer tptrtmenl
your 700
and every one right square throughthe Mrs. Carrie Austin Holloa Kansas It would appear less artificial or it I ; in cncCoa! for eoavenieace of customers.FcirpercontI'nterestPaid .
tar tf'If.! wonderful lt And a LODGE NO. 4. I. 0 0. F. I
Phone 105. Proprietor ; writes: "I consider: Herbine the best might even be faced with rock from Time Deposit PENSACOLA
twelre Inch at that!! the unknowing on Pensacola Lodge, No. 4, L O, O. F_
medicine I ever .heard of.. I am never the ledge so that to j Thursday evening at 7.10
meets every
)If. Roosevelt' learned that for more without ifCONVENIENCE there would be little or no e-rldenc of at the new hall ,on Belmont and Bay!.
than a year every twelve Inch shot man's handiwork. streets. VUiUng brethren cordially in-

fired on the Missouri has struck th* f3R : ,' CLEANLIN.ES3 .- vited., KERLB.B. gecretary R VOTKOVSKT, N. O.

Coal and Wood target AND PROMPTNESS. WE ARE Clwattl.. Scarce_ A.
"THE LI : "
N<>. ?2 target was made by G. EL MAA(ET. Quail starved, to death by thousands NATIONAL BANK W. O. W.

Lqveland, seaman gun.pointer of $o. In the winter of 1904-05, but last win- Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O. W_

We deliver' Ice. Coal Charcoal and 14 six-Inch gun. ,The first shot struck NOTICE. ter they bad an easy time except in PENSACOLA ". meets in Pythian hall the lit and 3rd
Wood anywhere in the city. We can the bullaeye. a small sqaar; in the center The polling place: for the general February and March. From. Massachusetts S Wednesdays In each, month. VJaltlng

supply YOU In any quantity and our of. the target *Bd the other seven election of) November ,b, will H>e to Ind.lIlsthe:: quail are so scarce A General.. i 'Banking, Business Conducted. on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. l1.entp. cord1y.f ; ''mCH c. c.

&wrlce 18 always prompt. shots struck right around It. The places usually used, except in precinct that restocking has' become necessary.: LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. J

Steam and Coal. fired'in'fifty-two seconds No. 4. where the voting place The .
Domestic eight shots were : says Country Life In America. Correspondence SolIclted- R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. -
will be at John Yates -
Wood Cut Any Size.I bfiBa5 with th5 gun unloaded. store. birds for this purpose are hard to find. f NOTICE.N.4th.r .
A.L:! MSM'I2aAN.blerk CREW
No. 3 target was made by B. B. More than 100.000 have been captured the Captain. Ownersnor
Board Commlsii
E.: G. SEWALL, Pendery, boatswain's mate gun poInt. %7 ct1wk. County -ers. Alabama and the southwest where Consignee et tb. Br will s*
Asuncion de Larrinaga.
er of No. 2 six-Inch gun. His eight I they still occur In abundance. and bars a be responsible for debts con: -
.Phone: 61<1.363. J 6 Tarragona St. shots, ill| h1tLwere fired fifty-three $5,000 TO ';LOAN ON GOOD SE been shipped north for breeding. Even City: of Pensacola Improvement 'Bonds. tracted by the crew of said

-- seconds, starting'with gun unloaded. CURITY. PENSACOLA INVEST. this supply Is quite Inadequate, and vesseL KRAMER.
Denomination. $1000.00 fach. Dated January 1st 190 Maturing January 1st GULF TRANSIT CO. Captain.;
No. 4 target was made by H. So- MENT CO. may not last long. The quail is perhaps 19<::6. Redeemable Jan. 1st 1926. Interest Payable Seml-Annoa! Consignee.

Jesses, seaman second "pointer. Hegrouped 212-PHONES S81.- our most popular game bicd, and a WE OFFER FOR SALE AMOUNTS THESE TO DONDS SUIT, PURCHASEn.SUBJECT TO PRiOR.SALk.IN ; I i .

his eightmhots; ail hits about market will be found for all that can be CREW NOTICE.A
East Hill Co.
Grocery Neither the Captain
A SURE ANTIDOTE the bullseye and- red J his string in fif ., M. F. BOWES ::..IAnajOer.Increa.ed produced. Complete success has bee The Bank of Pensacok ers nor Construe of tot
Peoples Marina
I ty-one seconds, beginning immediatelyafter ; I ,.business makes two phones had in raising them on a small scale will Italian b* responsible chip tordebt Madrt*

Pendery ba4'Jnlsbed. so that it .: necessary and ancther new delivery Why K hould not ome one go Into the Pensacola.! Fla. contracted by the crew ec

for blue Monday is to was practically a continuous string of 'I wagon. business on such a scale that he could aid CAPTAIN vesseL S1MONETTA4BOSASCO J

send the household washto sixteen abota..JU of them bits made in' $ turn out 100.000 quail per year? BRO Consignee.

the "Star." Let us 104:After seconds.the target\* firing"a picture was ThnuJae-r. Pink Tek ............'.............,.........." ....,...,." \ 212:-PHONES--681. t

call for your parcel andit being taken.of the; *president when The wife of a farmer had a sister \ -vva: : ? EastHill Grocery Co.
!would be fine to make a visit. M. F. BOWES. Manager. I
will be returned to some .sngsestcd Jt come from Chicago ; I Increased business makes twe phone 1

with to hare A picture of the gun pointers. :! says the Emporia (IlL) Gazette. One Deposit your money in a savings bank. at. 4 necessary and another new delivery i
you contents snowy [ Roosevelt thrashers and wagon.
) the
"JOlt the thing!! aaid r. day recently came
white. Just what J waatl Hare them all up, f the guest insisted on deing the work per cent., when the Pensacola Hpme and Savings : REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT

and ....-u havejt picture."' alone and sent her sister away to rest. ,Association will issue you )fpaid-up stock : BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK

The Aft the gun pointers went &U ** t When twenty-seven thrashers filed la bearing interest at 5 per cent. jier annum payable : JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR
Star Steam eager to appear.to picture with the I- teams1 Electric to supper that night they found a sand- PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. i iMETIIG

president u'"they-ba4 been to hit the I Rat and Roach Paste i wich. tied with ribbon; one cbickecroquet semi-annually. J/ ,- :. !: NOTICE.

Laundry target for him and abq1'f' him what reliable k I.r4d$5.b.b.. Ora Of one cheese ball the size of a' H. G. DeSILVA. GREENHUT, J. ,6. Beeie,. R. M. GARY.PrMnt. .. I Tenwela Lodje No. tl. F. *
and steady shooters they are. .ocSro.cb.rs. ...1Idoe........... anda buttonhole bouquet at -Vice-president. T ..urer. Secretary. .' ,l.. A. *!J.. reareiar pomnunleatioBTin .
'y'aar or .es :t- marble A. Greenhut. Knowle pyerl All V. ., .
sts. ;............ Directors-H. O. DeSlhr ', 4 ''|9y: Swerober J at t3s.
37 E. Garden St Phone 114 &of Cah'I '. *
I each plate. CUibbs, C.:H. Dot 0.E. Maura ., \ !i.:;"" fc rth-en' eniIn-

Pensacola Fla. I' $5,000 TO LOAN 'OH" GOOD SE. ..toarng', ...Electrlo,.......(P.rart7 Paate"'Co.mI I 43 South PaUo.\i. .1'' :1 1I l' T. E. Jaz\'ey ri!... 3V >"e'ON.etary.

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4L YOUlR" ."' '..f" SIR! : i I -. .tLS[[ #5 HlV ER LAST1Y..IN.. I :Palpitation S MIEJETIlNAYY.

,.. : Indigestion causes the,stomach! "

Y Everything else _, :__:J.'J .2 tb expand-swell and puff up ',' .

I may ,against the-hea.rt. This crowds Admiral :Diekins Formerly'

., ,be. .absolutely correct : Hearst 'EnU1us smitjNi SERVtGE-. ., ,the. heart and\ interferes, with ,: .

Its action causing shortness of of Pensacblai/Gpes on Retired -:
'Wi e. ,
but, if your hat lacks York Causing-; : T -. : brsath,palpitation- the hear; ,
\ ,. '
: style 'you' are :not well spread WI'I1: : ,: ", /, :,List,N y. 2.
Be ToNightBy
Supper to Given
'KodolDyspepsiafiiire '5
; # dressed. : :- : JournaL ,
: :':"'_: >'.- Special l to The
'! the''Eofe| De- Washington. D., c.. Oct. 30.-The following -
EXPERIENCED" CORRESPONDENTGOESTofcbTHAM f i orders have been Issued to officers STC) E
'' ..: ijL.. JT .* ',. ? of the'United States-navy: -
.. > ; : 1'9O Ar: partmenE y' Rear.Admiral: W. Dickins placed on THE
the retired1 list--November-. 1904.
.f" :' ''; BOSS AND RETURNS 'TO SAY i. 'DIGESTS WITh? YOU EAT Captalnt-iJ; 'H.-Perry' retired. orderedto 222 S.
New York forduty as assistant to the/ Palafox.

DON'T TAKE .CHANCES THAT TAMMANY SIMPLY, SUR To-day is Marshal Sch d's last day, takes the strain off the heart, general member Inspector of all boards'machinery on changes; also asa In ,

of service as head *>f the -police d- and Contributes nourishment machinery In vessels building on the Atlantic MEN, ARE LEARNING THAT
RENDEREDTO'HEARSTA ;! ,," partment, as Designation becomes strength an'd ,health to every coast. "3. -C.- -Fremont-- comm1- IoD BY- LIFE ASSURANCE
effective at midnight arid to show announced. : \
; ( of the body. Relieves Indigestion Commanders T. Parker detached
Fall l and Winter H here: organ Incomes are mortgajei
Buy your their appreciation of the-services ren: duty in command of the Lawton and Ordered -
I Washington ,D./0., special says dered then and the manner in which Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach to eoffimatid the Buffalo; W. protected debts secured, undeveipoej
; We carry the largest varietyof hats to I r The Hearst movement ,in ,.New York they 1 have been treated, the members ,Belching Gas en Stomach I I Winder-detached Naval War College and enterprises guarded, business rendered

: be found ,in. West Florida. '- .and ignificance\n relation .to\.n&; of the police department have af-- and all Stomach troubles. j j i I ordered Boston yard to general C. C.-Rogers.court-martial ordered to duty duty, value.sale and Investments capital preserved given permanent A poI.q

\ ,, ... :;:tional affairs has been'receiving much ranged! supper to,be" given' to-nigl4} t. |i as hydrograph r, Bureau of.equipment. tin THE EQUITABLE does m tfci(
f consideration lately. That-Hearst is 1I Lieutenant Commanders K. Robinson -
at the city hall which will be in the I I I moferovldes for the
Bureau of Equipmentfor faaifiy!
to be taken seriously and that he Is nature, of a farewell to the chief. : .... ., Denova! Iowa. I I course ordered of to Instruction the in the compass your death. Send us your name after
l ,
$1,00 to $5.00 I right now taken very seriously by the The men of the department recently Tbm years ago i was afflicted office;' R. H. Leigh detacher from tile and address.KNOWLES .
r highest authorities of the republican ligan'preparations for this event, and Minneapolis when placed out of commission age '

party is not questioned by people who Imitations have: :beerfisent out to ,a with indigestion so much thatI I I Leonard and detached placed"from waiting the,orders Lawton; J.and C. BROS.. Insuranea

have been privileged to know something ; -friendsrcqiiestInLheir: presence was in continual; ; pain. After ordered to the Buffalo; D. Dismukes

of the White House 'conferences at"jthe.supper. .which will .berfrpm: 9 eating my heart was aSected ,ordered to the Kava academy; C. M.

at which the'situation has been to '10 p.m.. The invitations are froir and I had smothering sensations. ordered Knepper: In'detached command from-th of the Brooklyn AlmiranteBay and f

: THE JOHN WHITE: STORESpecialistsIn considered by the president, his cabInet committee composed 'of Deputy Two bottles of Kodel cured me., Survey xpediUon;'G. W. Logan detached ENTIRELY
members Chairman Sherman ot Marshal Milton B. Frank and Captain" from the Bureau of Equipment;
; ALBERT LAMM.tollsr .
ordered to duty with the General board;
the congressional committee, and
Joseph. Fondebila is the intention G. Uallisori commission'announced; W. V.
: other leading repubIl ns.-' of the .officers1to", make 'the fare ..u'4 twttte contains 2* Pratt ordered to the Naval Academy. SATISFACTORY
and( Wear .
Men's Boys' But it is not among.'republicans well one long to b 'rem mberecl.: time ft much as tte trial or SfK Lieutenants fiJ T, Fitzgerald detached
from the Columbia and ordered to the department -
alone that Hearst's future is discussed
size. Prepared,toe Lj&ontorjr of Y.
Phone 225 2O5207'S.PALAFOX wjth evidence. concern. Democratsare REMOVED TO. ROOM 302 BRENT &.cDcwIa&co..chkagvU.sA.FOR yard D. S. Mahoneydetached'steam"engineering from jN. the
: wondering what'he'willtfy' to do BUILDING. JOHN.( W. BULLOCK..! I Cleveland aod',ordered to the departmentof Js1 the verdict pronounced by
with their' party. Nothing has contributed JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR steam engineering Mare Island yard;
have been
I IHOOTON'S F. II. Brumby ordered to,the Cleveland; all who purchas-
I so much to keep Mr. Bryan in PROPERTY, WITfl;;M.E, FOR; SALE. SALE BY x. T;, D. Parker .detached from the,:&lame
the good graces of his' party *cqf* ' PHARMACY. and ordered' to 'the Columbia; S. W.BtyaBt ;ngaf :
*....+......+........................................ leagues who dislike his government 212-PHONES-881., detached- from the Lawten and I. "'
East Hill Grocery Co.M. ordered to tire Buffalo..JlcCommon,'A. 212 South Palafox St.
wnershipTproposals; as the: realization I G.: Howe and D. E. Thele detached
COAL 1 1For that, after all his is the one big F. BOWES. Manager. from'the Minneapolis.when placed out of You dpri't need to be told
.. /l USE THE MONEY YOU PUT IN personality the partyaround which Increased business flakes two phone I suit will be a possible shortening o commission.ordered home and placed on
necessary and another newdelivery' the. running time between New York wajtjngorders; E..'c...: Kaldfus.detached who does the.business there,
opposition to Hearst eauhope to ,or wagon, ,
and Washington, as. street crossings from the Newark, when, placed out of
I : something else; and use gas for cook- i ganize. Can it do this effectively, is REMOVED ROOr.T 302 BRENT make it:necessary fcr trains to slacken commission nection with 8flS the-fitting-out'ordered to duty of the In'Kansas con-- but what he does it with.

,: ing and heating, and i now the question democrats' are- 'ask. BUILDING. JOHN>W. BULLOCK* speed considerably. and Tassigned 'to. vessel, when- commissioned This tells you-
J : ing. JR. .REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR With the tracks of the second floor ; G, S.: Lincoln detached from SOLE AGENT FOR
Kidnapped the Party.- PROPERTY WITH;! ME'FOR SALE.' level: of 'the Wilmington station, the the.Newark when placed out of,com 1s-.
., slon and ordered .to the.JNavy Academy !"Garson Meyer" Suits from $12.50 to C7.M
I PAYFORTHEFUELWHENUSED i The Hearst managers invented platforms are:reached by broad stair- W. K. Riddle and W. N. Jeffers detached "Knox' Hats soft and stiff, $3 and U
something new in politics when they ways coming up from the ground from the iewark, whwr placed. out 1)f f Eagle' ;Shirts," fancy .and white. $1 tea
I ** conceiVed and brought forth the .Independence NEW STATION IFOREXPRESSJTRAINS floor. 'The building has no basementor' commission and ordered to the Naval $2.50."King.
The gas way1 Hoe's not cessitate, your tying : I I because of the academy; A, A. Jpratt.ordejed:: Uo; the Quality". Shoes all styles. $3 to
league. 'They used it as, a the .surface Des MoineS: P:'F. Ridgefy. deta&bedfrom ;
.1 ,up a urich bf moiiey in a' winter's i sup- mUlls of getting control of the democratic ground.is but a few feet above tide- the'Des Moines' and ordered home; 0. H. IIC,.. Jaeger's" Underwear from $3.25 to
The of the I water level of the Christiana River,' Oakley, B. B...:.WyganLT.. KurU and '9.-
ply of coal, and, ctit puttjie.'dirt-: and : league are party.the hearst! organs papers. Hearst which flows, a short distance to the F C. L.Sweet Oliver ordered commissions to the Rainbow.announced; I C. Also a full )Jine of Stetson

'soot of the Toal way.. Gas ,Ranges: :12.00 | I was nominated at Buffalo,.Izi the opln- '. I r sooth. -Wo den piles and concrete ;Enslgna-P--H-SadIer-and-A. T. Brlsb and No-Name Hats all latest
+ I :'driven.-far 'below water level n detached' from the Newark when ,
: and $13.00. GAs heaters $3.00 and $350.;: |j i' lon, of many politicians' .who have; PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD MAK 'form the foundations.. There is a placed out .of 'commission Jind ordered toNorfolkyard 'styles.
: studied New York atelf,. pot because : In connection with the torpedo -
I he.had made an alliance with Murphy; ING-INNOVATl'ONAT WILMINGTON spacious lobby oh the ground floor, boats In reseryMidshipmen .. I Florsheim. & Snow Shoes
i j: .p fJsac .la.:: Gas COmpanyFhone : i but because Murphy' was forced tc and -into :'it .opan lunch and dining -A. Sharp; Jr., and L. M. ,
: : '
come to him. It'w s"a: surrender of AJUD EAST rooms, telegraph office, ticket office when Atkins placed detached but'Of from commission the Minneapolis and ordered and last but not least, the

| 143._ :,24 and 27 E. Garden Str at. | Murphy,. .not an 'alliance.-: On this < and baggage room At one corner,the I to the Connecticut; ,C. H Shawdetached swellest line of Children's.Boys' .

................................. .t................. point the opinion of .a .widely! known LIBERTY' ;*PA.l'J' -U, building goes up into 'a- high tower 'from "the." Minneapolis when
-'-_ L James"Hornaday P. with an 'Illuminated clock face on I placed out'of commission, and ordered to and Youths' Clothingever
Washington correspondent,: .
the'SL Louis; W. Lawrence orderedto
of the Indianapolis News I each four-,91desft A\ the Indiana: R. W. Hanson D. E. shown in Pensacola at
pOne is interesting. Mr._ 'Hornaday, after :Philadelphia i Pa,., Oct. ..30j-rln its This station: wn!n: completed will Cummings, P.; H.: Hammond. F. W. Mil-
Gallon Makes' -Two. contain .thorsand tons o! steel. ner, D. "Copeland; "ordered to the that
three weeks York plan' to elevate its;track's.ana re*COn',! prices are satisfactoryto
spending IrcNey ;
'' I Louisiana; G. li-Scbuyler, W. W. Bradley -
during which he visited'many sections struct antiquatedstations, In',cities.aU WHY'GO WAY DOWN TOW AFTER R.. S. Crenshaw and W. H Walsh, all.
One gallon Stag semi-paste. paint, thinned with I and talked with ,local .and state along )}ts route .frcmNew: ,York ,to FRESH MEATS?, WE CAN ordered to'.the Virginia; B. A. Burford.
C. C. C. GUI. M. A. Libbey and W. L. Beck A trial and
Washington, D. th4'en sylvaaiaRailroad.is you'll comeagain.
one gallon linseed oil makes two gallons of best leaders of all parties and persuasions, : FURNISH YOU QUICKER. NEW ordered to the NewJersey: R. L. Low- ,
and especially devoted himself to the now completing CITY'MEAT MARKET.EVERYBODY man detached from the Iowa'and orderedto *
paint, and this amount will cover '800 ;s |uare feet, effort to find out what was going! on in .Wilmington, raPil' on.containing the Eagle;-A.: S. Rees ordered to con- r

two coats on a fairly smboth surface.. $li7o a gallon, the' mind of the average voterj, said: Among man these novel is 'a scheme of features"island"iatf3ws 0'$ PRAISE OUR WHO MEATS BUYS IF FROM YOU! slon tinue Medical announced.dutieson Director the-Alabama.E. Z. Dorr .commisr' jos. COlEM4N!

which ,when thinned with oil reduces. st-to $1.13. No Deal With Murphy. 1 whereby passengers may WILL '"GIVE'US AN ORDER YOU Medical; C. Byrnes. commission announced -
"1 went to New York,"of'"course, enter ,and leave. lour tta1ns simultaneously ILL /IF'RAISE us TOO. NEW CITY ; .N. H. Drake placed ;an the In.* ENTIRE7FURNISHER TO
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satisfied that Hearst had been nominated without ,confusion. In. future MEAT MARKET., tl ectors' retired list MAN AND BOY.
: Surgeons: J. Decker, granted three
SauntSers Mill Company as a result of ,a deal with air 'express stations to.ha built by 'he months' sick leave; H. B. Fitts detached 212 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

.. .. Murphy: I came away'satiified there Pennsylvania wiH,be 'after.t tii5s' fash; from the Lawton and ordered to the Buffalo. PHONE 727.
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f't.one7J7. 21 Ea.t Gar Jo* S treat.H. never was a deaL I 'doht believe, Ion. :

.. ;. there was anyunderstanding..*as to; The scheme was first put into ef: 'JACKSONVILLE'S comb,Palled'gI '}Assistant n.addltOftaf Surgeon duty aa-R.quarantine C. Hoi-

their division of offices .or of Influence fec% in the New York.subway and Immediately officer, Culebra 'W. L CLOTHESCLEANED

= < Murphy doesn't like Hearst aJ idrdq't i proved' suecWsfuL After i .:, BIG CARNIVAL Assistant,Surgeon-M. Donelson and" D. AND PRESSED.
H. Castro ordered to Naval
like him. But there' was nothing for making a careful examination of the School. Washington, D. C. for Instruc-Medical To have your fall and; winter clott.
him to do but take up Hearst, when "island" platfrom'' plan the Pennsylvania -t t tion; C. :B. hunger ordered to the Supply. cleaned, pressed and repaired, and pat in
Hearst had proved himself strong. {Railroad officers decided to 4-- Pavniaster-3. Irwin Jr. detached from good condition, send them to us. We

a G. DeSILVA &. :COMPANY enough to win without' Murphy try It at East Liberty, Pa., the sUburban ATTRACTIONS .AT GREAT: EVENTTO the yard Lawton; G. M.and Lukesh ordered, detached to! Mare from Island the do .everything work. Ladles'in that work line a specialty.and guaranteecur. Gen

"There is a great deal 'of noise station Just out'of Pittsburgh: < Mare Island yard and ordered to the tlemen's membership' rates, JLOO per-
.BE BIGGEST AND BEST month. An work called for and deliver*!
The of Lawton J. 11.,
aboutdemocrats desertIng Hearst, new arrangement platforms ; Merrtm. detached from Phone 1373. '

: and it is justified by conditions.. They enabled the crowds ta be handled I ON RECORD duty. in Washington charge', >D.accounts'<.C.. yard and enlistedmen. or- ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB,
Are and'{ take orders
running again! can are leaving him thousands: But 01 easily aad speedily. 'By,m enns of It dered to continue other duties; G. Skip- 9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET.
the other side is the fact Ulat:Hearst passengers never have to walk'across with ordered to duty in connection with WALTER MaUL TON., MANAGER.

for special work. Our' stock of lumber is is seriously liable to carry the up a track and subject 'themselves to .' Special to The JournaL the fitting to that out vessel of the when Milwaukee commissioned and assigned ; :

.. state. I shall not be at all surprised risk or. Injury. ,.- i ;Jacksonville, Fla.. Oct. 30.-A telegram F. P. Sackett detached from the Minneapolis
sufficient to fill all orders sent"usV if he run on the second floor level NavaL.Training Station Newport
from ill sections. Norlingsr: and Charlton: Fireworks R. L
r station'lntwo
TT and split the Wilmington
Party lines are 'simply wiped out. Assistant Paymaster-G.-P. Shamer ordered -
Company New York that
states I
: That is all there is to it -Party allegiances parts. one being called the northbound jto duty in connection with the NIGHT ONLYI
Phone 'J-J. and the ether'the' southbound the three export fire' workers from Almirate Bay Survey Expedition.
count for nothing. Nobodyin THURSDAY NOV. 1st.
station. The accommodation trains Paymasters Clerks-J. B. Horton. asslanment ,
on their factory
New Jersey
especlalyemplored'to !
New York recalls a time when any to the Lawton'revoked; A. B.
I condition existed that approached, the the :outer and the express.'trains ont fir the carnival displays, Beck Ordered to Pensacola yard J. V. The' Never Falling DelightW.
e..Inner. tracks. Tb> center, or Fuller assignment to the Minneapolis,
in this regard. It was bad'saIled from New York for revoked E. NANKEVILLE'SENORMOUS
----r- present one "island" platform, is between the ex state ; W.. M. Lo6g ordered to the Law- .
ELECTRIC that' In 1896 and.1'90 party Jacksonville. ton. -
ties were shaken off by 'many pe6p"I2s The big' array of fireworks especially Assistant Engineer-R. E., Carney retired -
W. 'The tracks beg! elevated all
T. BEDWELL. PRES. AND MANAGER. are ordered to Naval Station. New Ordered .
Prepared ta do all electrical repairing on short notice." Ring phone 570 and a as they were; but the; utter wiping the way through "Wilmington. in accordance manufactured; for the Jacksonville to" Naval: Station. New Orleans.
representative will calL \V. T. Bid well. President. and Manager' 205 S. Baylen out tf iwty affiliation's, the ..reorganizatjon with the' Pennsylvania's an- carnival has also ben shipped. Assistant Civil Engineer-A. 'A. Baker, HUMAN

street. \ of things In new groupings, nounced policy of abolishii" grade This shipment includes a great many to appointment announced and ordered

:: was never before known ont;a scale' crossings. The elevation of tracks noveltles'ln pyrotechnics made to order Troy; N.Renssellaer Y..' for Instruction.Polytechnic" Institute

-LI comparable to the present'-condltioa? baa ''I.ready bern accomulished in and for-the one and only purposeof Chief Beatswslns H. Doyle retired
Florida audience. ordered to N. T. Yard HEARTSA
Newark elsewhere the ln and pleasing a For Navy ; A. Whipkey
COMES AT,0'KEfcpfNaTHE and ordered to the Kentucky; J. Mahoney
WHEN IT Instance there'are'canopies of tropical
Eventually grade crossings will be ordered to Norfolk .
: Rebuilding Sale Goiitinued BEST' FRESH MEATS, WE'. done away with altogether. The re: flowers, palm groves. containing navyyard.BoatswainsC. ordered to the STORY FROM LIFE PRESENTEDIN
: BARNONE.. NEW- CITY' MEATMARKET. thousands of.the 'Florida ornamentals, Buffalo; W: A.: Macdonald ordered heme DRAMATICfORM..
marriage bells parachutes of orange and placed,on waiting orders; L. McNally
warranted H. Seedarff ordered to command Abounding In Humanity Bubbling Over
trees in blossom, and scores and '
WHEN IT COMES TOKEEPING' the Massachusetts; J. McCoy, With Joyous Comedy.
scores ,of other tropical scenes lighting granted thirty days leave and detached
THE BEST FRESH MEATS. 'WE : the sfcbs In their from the Lawton. and Arouse
brilliancy and- Thrilling Realistic Situations
I- For a Few Daysv BAR NONE. NEW. CITY S MEAT. Ptire1Y' bewildering. in their unsurpassed I Warrant .Machinists.' ordered the' Spectator to the Highest
MARKET. to Norfolk yard.H- Lutken. ordered to Pitch of Enthusiasm.
i .2 glory. the Washington 4 B"' Cleary detached
As' to bombs and rcckets and so I from the Missouri and ordered home; J. Prices--2Sc, SOc 75c and $1.00.
I"h A Life For si Life. cn. the' carnival association has provide [E. Venable, orderedto, the Buffalo,' O.
; Berenston, ordered to the'_Louisiana; A. Seats on sale'at Coe's .book st3""
A well known man was recently them In almost limitless num- I(}ey. ordered .to dnty.asassistant to the Tuesday' at noon.
And the men and young men of g nsi'* la. given saved from death by a IEOUE& One of rfrs, and larger than ever before 'Inspector of engineering material, Shelby:,
these troublesome little pests was''tl fc'3ard or seen SerevThere are bombs, Ohio; E. J.: CutherolL ordered to the
I still further opportunity of purcb--:" winter called for In tie especal! fireworks naval hospital, Norfolk Va, for treat ONE NIGHT ONLY
: In the the
where J.
: blicg room genttenaa ment; J. :Duffy rderd home; J.. T.
wearables at a ".. slept A trap was ,et. In :the night program,'that can b 'heard for many Riley.] ordered to the prairie. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2.
n miles and a3 they are fired one is Chief' C'n rv-R. E.-Simnson, ordered
the mouse came, the bait was selzof reminded, of act'" casncnad'ns'op to the Btjffalo;_
and the trapdoor fell with ajerasb: :The, : fieldg! 'of ba n... There are rockew the Lawton: ordered"' bone.- and-. granted Present the Big Xew York and Cticsz"Scenic ;
l' ;a one month leire- :
UNIFORr ; : : { pj: 'T : man awoke to find the rOOm{fuli of that pierce the very heavens and Gunners-B. Donnefly.' bed= Minnea Success
<< to gas, which had escaped .from a bait I then burst in thousands violets and polls is placed out ef commission, ordered

\ t... ; turned burner. The nicest! part of.thJtf : pansies and make the sky- a veritable McGregor home and.,placed.placed. en, ,on.waiting the retired'lisL Orders A. A Millionaire
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: OF 15 FCN1 ; story(which 1s a true-one* isthatth( flower garden.: A. W. M.

gentleman said he believed that: a life T I-* set.,pieces are to be among the
demanded another"UfeT Consequently larrest ever seen in the south and

: This includes the was released with only .a will crcta'n: *uo'orrapbs IT fire of a
everyth in t f" YJ : mouse I '
( It' .1
)' nnD' )"r of Fbl" "' & ladn': men Tramp.IS.
Let hat Incident
us hop Jhe
sprained paw. .1BQKS(( )

; who. have not bought yot '.\1 .:r : t. ::f" ; g taught him to beware 0f traps D T noablr laferm.Unltt'iSta Governor: N.Srnitor'B. R-nward.-.J, P. ) .

: in the future, no matter how good the : Hea led 6f"
Musical Comedy-Drama
,should do this 1 i I \ -- Mayor Nolan, and oberAad th!n ; .
I so weekvf 't't ,i! cheese smells. I GEORGE ELMORE.
T .. there are comic oieceg In
.- act : ni!" retting'lone? Try a America's Funniest Tramp Comedlsn
Men's 10.00 and $12.00 Suits'for'I.5O! & .' ."J :. '1 lust no+. only astound 'cne with their book 1\9 otherfo of entertainment goodI and a Great Cist.
Plct hrilll. but I as satisfactory Special Car Load of Scenery and Electrical
.- res. / Bcr cre* wonder aDd < .
: $16.00 and $20.00 Kuppenheimer Suits) 'J l'4 .
) ffects.S
? ..In arranging pictures it should be remembered anj.7fn3e as to thp> remarkaM'onfrp It wm give YOu more .UsfutIOD to

I $3.00 .Beacon Light'Sl s lor--............ ..,,. t.. ; 'J' that oils, etchings .and.water i TOP > -tion. All in a'L .>, .. I and buy build your boob. : nM tern- thorou.hly HIGH-CLASS TURES.VAUDEVILLE FEA

$ .50 Howard Foster' Shoes for..........., '," ". A colors should not'\1lln; together and : fireworks urctram.' nrovid"J fpr tb p. yourself and up I'ra.' library- !.or"tje- benefit. of A SHOW PLEASING TO THE EYE

-.- $1.00 and $1.50 Shirts for 85 cents and .....\ .. '2 < <.*. 'at the .drawing room walls 'are not evenings at the Jacksonville carnival have beoks'to suit'' all tastes. Note the Special Low Prices for tus

$3.W.Stetsoir Hats, Soft or 'StilT, for ."....:! ..$29. .: be packed with canvases' If'one Is :). S win surpass i en anythine In Florida nf the and kind Kill! everlfov be'wortb'1'go'ngthousanfi books No library should ewn be without one"of'only some a ofMart hundred Engagement Seats on ;sale ISc. Wednesday'Sc. 50c. 75 cents.at noon-

.,. hinate enough to. be able to 'boy Twain's books- 1 have his
U ". Two or thr*..'fiB. oil. paIntings witness. of miles to Burner, at- II.H; Hn5k1heriFln Library.. at of

; BUYNOI' : f ,bout all any;room cut taad, too nn; The fireworks will be additional to $Abroad LG; Tom,. at.U; SaW'fl'GO; B.ughlr.g at 11.$8.It.; lzm.at J2.00.ts Florida and Alabama

t giving the effect of a picture gal- The CTpat Hippodrome prosram seen and Published binding.by. Harp-s' ftr't-class 'printHARRYXJiOWLAND)

A, iWTrTIR i .....: In the'and hippidrome,evening; arena during every the carnival afternoon LAND COMPANYManufacturers
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l : GO WAY DOWN.:TOW. AF. week.and there win be no extra I of

Ct .. l1t. / 1'ESH, MEATS?. ". WE CANT TDJmWm ft.LiaA S admission 'cbarra for the fireworks : I hid Dealers IP

I \ j 5' YOU QUICKER., NEW. McwnAji.0. i.ouisviat.SY4.b' feature' of the bippo drome perform Manager, 'p :'.Lnai"Book": Store,' LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS HIN<

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