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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: November 1, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OPENS. .-AT DeFUNJAKI ''I .' '. J1QRSB SHOW j. NEXT .WEEK AND ARCHITECT AU8FELV (>L LC

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I A feature. and one which ;
I wilj add arranging!' for pe HorseShow play, the additional feature will add CI1 >
Best Seen in West much to the success 41
and PleaSure "
[ the has .been saCOIaI uieUy It much. to- the pleasure of'the occasionas \ t
CRQE.A Horse Show;; which is'itoToccur .. : ,
ArchitectTold the Board
Florida and Are Repre- : next week, has been added by the has nevertheless effective John A. has' this season made a C CASTELANE Ii;|_ q.j

general; arrangement committee This work and the event whicft:; is to occur -record seldom. made -on the race '
Is 'nothing Jess Recognized Only Board i iof !
sentative of Section. than the Plclng'of lan Nov. 9'at Kuphtsi's park, tracks. The horse Tias" enterd nine f t :

exhibition mile by the celebrated promises to be one of'tlis-piost suc; races during: the, season and .has not 1
CONGATULATES pacer John A.,,.owned ,by Captain. T. cessful events ever given-ia the city. onlywon each one but has not losta Bond Trustees. :

E. WeU s. This1 feature 'alone, .will f Those who Intend entering Vigs in the single heat in any of the races. 'DIVORCE C CASEHEARING S[

Fruit Exhibits RemarkablyFine attract ,an immense crowd. especially I show are preparing for the .pent, and Captain Welles has also consented< .
when it is known that-foh A;; is 'today :' from-indications some of.the { U'l'
II ; 'prettiest to show Billie A.. Railroad Bill and BOARD OF WORKS -ii
Showing What Can considered by some of'the'ex.-:and swellest turnouts ever*witnessed Geraldine three other fast'racers :

MC C RRAN N pert horsemen as"the fastest pacer In ,I In" the south will be see upon the from his stables.. John A.. Billie A., : ,
Be Grown Here.SOURNAL'S the world not -even"excepting1' Dan "grounds in competition. f and Jim Cro> are now in Selma H t-- '

\ Patch.who' .to-day holds the 'world'srecord. While the program arranged forth where they are racing-,,but will reach Is Not Related to Him In t \ 5
event already was one which Pensacola in time to be seen on the
I ; While the general committee upon would have made a creditable '
very dis- Kupfnan park track.
SPECIAL REPRESEN. Sends Cordial I City Hall Construction. 4 ,

Message to Pitiful Story Domestic Infelicity
TATIVE WRITES ELABORATE -

FEPORT\ OF DEFUNIAK'S GREAT Hearst's *'Mojt' Active TROOPS :HAVE SKIRMISH Is,Told.by Counsel. THE MAYOR REPORTS THAT HE -
THE PRIZE DRIll '
EFFORT-GOVERNOR BROWAHD Brooklyn nemy. COULD NOT OBTAIN ADMIT _
.For Plaintiff.HER .
WILL SPEAK THERE TO-DAY. -- WITH BAND OF INDiANS TANCE TO WHERE WORK WAS
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NEW YORK CAM A.IGN WAXES BEING BONE BUT SAW MEN .
AARQ ITDEFUN1A INCOME WHEW MARRiED } '

By Ben. H. Thomas. MORE HEATED ; YD. BITTER\ AS WAS POUNDING UP CEMENT: AND ;:
31. All Ponies Are -Taken. Cavalry $700,000 A YEAR AND
DcFuniak Springs Oct. by '
roads lead to DeFuniak to-day and ELECTION DRAW) NEAR-WORK 1OSEASE'D E -MEAT t COUNT ALLOWED HER ONLY PUTTING IT IN BARRELS. I 1.

thai all!) of them have been well NOW IN CITYl ButRe-Takenby Lt.
: ; $80 PIN MONEY.By -
fed! ts evidenced by the crowd trav-I' / '. .' .- K -
tendance at the Gulf Coast'Fair Red Skins. --. f ''What proved to be one of the moat -
Agricultural Exposition which ByAssecLJ Interesting meetings of the Board ot -

tri:; at noon. The exhibit is one of. New 'York,. Octf;| ((1.-Press.With election i SOLD 0 L D IlN Paris Oct.Associated 31.-The1 Press.Castellane divorce was Public that Works of yesterday ever held afternoon.In the city The, I

the test that has, ever been held in day less than .a. j ek. away, the two UTES APPEAR .TOBE-MAKING' case -was heard this afternoon in
and the immense ., .. .. AT. Oliver'sSquad meeting was connection with the
V.et Florida candidatesoronorof! New o York .... -. __ Sergeant Major before M. Henry little, president of alleged damaged cement in -
the
iswant of farm and field products .are making; thHrJ*kst.appeals: ,to. thetomorrow TEMPT TO JOIN CHEYENNES ..- the Tribunal of. First Instance of the city halL Architect Ausfeld used was -. S
jB of the very highest grade that up-state voters, td will Wins Cup for Seine; Neither the count 'nor the and added present !
Interest
,r. on exhibition here will prove" an ,see both Charts Hughes and .W. AND RANCHMEN SAY LARGE IOWt. countess was present Maitre Cruppi ,frf the session considerable especially when it.

e\ ..,*ner to the natives as 'well as R. Hearst" heade4fwardreaterNewYork FORCE. CAN BE'ORGANIZED!, i -- Second Time. for the countess, pleaded for a divorce Beached the point where the architect

to iae visitor. Everyconceivable where tl4e lal "arguments' will on the documentary evidence ;told the board In a very few words H

pnduft: that it is possible to grow: ,or be made.. _Th414pa5t i ( ,swing around .. : -- submitted. that he had no relations whatever
n in the country west of the Chat the circle' is'; i nr- adverse weather 'I' In an extended review counsel declared with the Board of Public Works and
Associated' : Special to The'JournaLDeFun1ak
-oochee: has; been SE'pt': to.the fair, conditions and h: are' .'worn out By Press. : ;? Member State Cattle Commission Springs; Oct. 31.-In the that the countess -at the be- declined to answer anyquestions

:< a the list includes every thing from from' frequent; seeking. Sheridan, Wya:; Oct. 3liA'; skirmish I -1 prize drill 'of' CompanrK First regiment ginning of the suit was not.acting under -, along certain lines. He did tell the

li'iusmell melons to a gigantic In 'this city tiJ feature-oftha, day has ..occurred'between ',band Must Face Serious Florida state troops, at.the.fairgrounds' influence, but solely lor the purr board,,however, that h@' was not present -
j pumpkin that tips the beam at nearly was 'the .acti
55;) pounds and. from a batam roosterto direct tq Judge; Rosalsky.: ofsessloasrto Tenth 'Cavalry on. Bitter Creek. according 'Charge." under Sergeant :Major Oliver won the the moral desolation of her house- silenced, and had no representative .i
.. hog big enough to feed an ordin- the court of i 4enFaI take silver cup which is annually competed hold.' He explained the marriage con.. upon the ground during the periodof 1-
rfn' taaily: for about a year. Therear vigorous meauro -against -the boardof to word brought, by- a special for for the second consecutive time tract by which the regime of separation construction of that portion of the J" !

gi>-a! ears of corn, sweet pota- elections: Sr Illeged criminal negligence courier.- The troops', had captured J.: B. Morrison was awrded the gold of property was emphasized from work completed. The sum total of ;
iws so large that one would make a in falinI! to prevent the loss fifty Ute. ponies and frightened five By Associated Press., .medal as the best driller member of the very beginning and stated, that the session was a strong resolution t<- !

nwal for an average family; Irish or ..destruction' If the"Independence" herders. A hundred of the Utes fully Burlington Iowa, Oct. '31.-Sensational the company.- Leut.! :Moss Flournoy domestic difficulties are over the' requesting the city attorney to give f :

jctatops: as line as can be grown in League noa ng' i't1ons. Mr armed surrounded the Cavalry and charges were- made, to-day in commanded in the absence of Captain question of money. Ill-treatment soon his opinion' whether or not the Board ;

the celebrated potato district of Colorado Hearst offerefl Jfty thousand dollars ponies and with revolver shots and ten indictments by; the county Flournoy. followed, the count even striking the of Public Works had any supervision :

or anywhere in the north; great reward for tlef-rrest and conviction war' whoops the Indians recoveredall grand jury in connection with the plaintiff before the servants. I I'W'hen 'over P ArchMect Ansfeld and Contractor i i 1

Cassava roots almost without nuaaLer of persons gfifr! of electlpn. frauds. the ponies .but five which were sale of diseased food in this state. PRESIDENT, AT TRIAL he reached the question of Turner In other words what
; many different varieties of The public:(tfi this afternoon of a killed by the troops in an ,--effort to the infidelity charged against the powers the board! had in the erection I I
squash. one or two of them fully cablegram frol Richard Croker to stop the stampede The Indians did Indictments were found'against the OF ANARCHISTS count Maitre Crippi did sot mention! of the city halL I It

three lest Ions pumpkins that makea Senator PatHcl McCarren reading not fire at the soldiers nor the sol Consolidated Reading' 'Co, and four names or even initials designating t The Meeting Convenes.The
; _
-I congratulatl you on the manly against 1. G.- Brigham. manager of By Associated Press.Chicago' the co-respondents as "Madame A:'l I
fellow think of the pies mother "' diers atthe_ Indians. Oct 31.- Judge Joseph E. special meeting the board
I
caused
tairi: taken,' .in or lose the Burlington (Rooming Co., whichis Madame B, and 110 on., I
us .1 to make; cabbages, peanuts. Cary one ot the best known juristsof convened at about 5:45 o'clock with f
great excitemdt: in democratic head- Utes Will Join Cheyennes.., .. controlled by the Consolidated Co. Maitre Cruppi asked that the CounteSs -
Velvet horns and nesns of every the country who presided overth'e Mayor Bliss, Chairman Zelius and Mr. '\
has the of her three
in Bioklyn. McCarren The most sensational disclosures be given custody
'Quart?rs Sheridan AVyo, Oct. 3L,.The Utes 'Ausfeld
otwr! kind; oranges as fine as! can beET trial of the anarchists in Chicago in Daniel presentArchitect
apposed Hear since the Buffalo con- have crossed the Wyoming line and : were indictments against Dr. F. A. children. I
vo anywhere: in the state of Florid Victor 1 1SS8 died here to-dayo f, heart disease Counsel for the countess spoke for;: wag also present
vention. High and Spear, members '
headed for Ashland.
apparently .
: appointed i I
PCJ.la endless variety; Japanese -' ,- as a meeting place with the n f the state eanio ewlJ'fmon.. Rich aged 84 years.W.CTUCQNVENTJON. an hour and a half and bad not .fin ': The mayor. acting as temporary
persimmons; hone: cured hams ', and Spear are cbarfcnwita- selling ...."' ;:. .,' '. ,- > ished when 'the court took a recessCounsel's / chairman, stated the purpose to be to
ni i bacon; Florida syrup and other Cheyenne Indians. They are going presentatiou'of the'case'qfthe ,find cut the status of the city.bafl,{..; -
articles too numerous to enumerate.A TO ABJSU'TUEDNALTY down -Hanging Woman Creek and .diseased beef which they previously 1 plaintiff contitutes: will probably reach the mouth of the Condemned, to cattle companies.! Chairman Green. of the Bond Trostees ; I
an illustration The Journal representative and pitful story,.a wreck of her.mar- '
counted seventeen varieties I! creek to-night. ried fife, due primarily to her count's who stated that Architect Aus- .
0; pepjiers alone. Troops .under Colonel, Auger left HAS ADJOURNED inordinate extravagance. Even in feld had reported regarding the ce- < ,
Canned Fruits Etc. I[ Sheridan to-day. out may not reach I PRESIDENT AWAY spite of this domestic infelicity thecountess jnent saying that It was tie very : I I -

'II <-asned fruits and vegetables' I the mouth of Hanging Woman Creek was too good and scrupulous ;bet obtainable and that the contractor .; \

th '*' is everything that an ordinary FRENCH ABINET INCLUDES! before to-morrow night. OUTiNGTAKES to begin an action for divorce was using great care In the .-. i ,
Unless the Utes are beaded off by [ORAN PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ASKEDTO construction of the building. I
n--soa could think of and a great many until she possessed full proof. She !
THAT /EATURE IN' the troops they may join the Chey I This finished the mayor said to'
PRO-
hurts; : that the average person would i! MENTION LIQUOR TRAFFIC was only twenty when she was married !
I ennes Friday night Ranchmen say Maitre Cruppi as- Mr. Ausfeld: 1
in 1895 and
nn recognize if it were not for the
f; -- or label 'on the container."he I I GRA JUST ADOPTED. II III the Cheyennes could muster 600 I MESSAGE TO CONGRESS AS A N NATIONAL serted the happiness of the honeymoon ,I "The board would like to Boardof know j
exhibit of fine chickens is the armed/ and mounted warriors. was disturbed on their arrivalin .wtat Is your relation" to the

best that has ever been entered here,I e ssOclated Press. WITH HIM TO PUT ON FIN. EVIL. Paris' bv the count's demands for Public Works? -
I Paris. 0 31.-1'he cabinet has decided SAYS THERE. IS NODANGER The countess'sincome was 1 have no relat'.. whatever, said I
| money.
a* irly variety being [
every represent-I OF A CLASH -- "with the Board of
the a/cbitect
to i iaude in its parliamentary ISHING TOUCHES.By t then $7 O.OOO. and the count allowed
ed byo e or more pens. Of'turkeys Sy Associated Press. solely J
relations -
I I Public Works. are
My
program tl purchase of the Western Hartford Conn., Oct 3L-The final her $80 pn? money. The court room
there is.also a fine exhibit and not I Omaha. Neb.. Oct 31.-Advices received with Board of Bond Trustees."
the
railroad al a bill providing for the I session ,of the. annual convention of was crowded, among those being
om of the birds but what would befit I at headquarters to-night from "how do
I I "Then said the
to grace the: Thanksgiving tableof abolition: { the death penalty Major Grierson in command of. the I Associated Press. the W. C. T. U. was held t- ay. The present were many members of, the.: reconcile this clause mayor In your contract -
War Mpster Plcquaf'i's'plan for Washington, Oct 3L-President The session at Parson'stheatre American colony. you
a king or a Roosevelt. detachment of cavalry which took the. general : : with the city. which states
There are three exhibits from I I the refor of courts-martial amountsto field in pursuit of the Ute Indians and Mrs. Roosevelt left Washington was principally taken up with plainly that shall superintend the I.
their suppression! substituting you .
f're ; at 11:30 o'clock th 'SoutJ1
to-day over .
short addresses superintendents.Then'
Washington county. two of which I therlr say that there is .no prospect of a by construction of the building uider:
.civil\ in. WAS
procedure the
ern Railway for an outing at Pine followed a' short business session VETERAN0
the .and the Public
ccmpete for the county prize of enses clash between the troops the supervision of the Board of
I case punishable by common :
of latter hunting Knot Mr. Roosevelt's country homeIn at which some routine buSiness "
third being a private exhibit the lati while Indians: The are quietly Works!
products of Mexborough farm, operated -: will infractions disciplinary of courts In the mountains near Powder- Albermarle county Va. They will was disposed of. In the afternoonthe WOUNDED 16 TIMES "Oh you can r> there," replied the -
deafwlth discip
by Collier borthers sons of J. T. line. S River instead of moving on the return to Washington Sunday even- reading of the reports of the architect "and superintend the construction -

Collier, the nurse of the quarantine I Minlst. of Public Works Bar hous' Cheyenne reservation as reported. ing.The standing committees and the final report ," -
station who lost his life during the project f" the'revision of the mininglaw Major Grierson expects to have a president took with him th? of the executive committee "I dOn't, know" replied the mayor --
hurricane about two miles southwest' CM plates the taking'over by conference with the chiefs in a day first draft of his message to congress wound up the regular business of-the DIES AT HIS HOME IN TEN "I went there this afternoon and
which is ready for the finishing -
practically
of Chipley. All of these exhibits are the | all mines and the participation or two. convention. found myself locked out""Now -
exceptionally fine and reflect much stafof the miners .h' f touches. He expects to complete 'Jubilee'exercises closed the national NESSEE, AGED 76 I do not feel that I am. on
n profits- '
credit: upon the enterprise of the gentlemen the YALE NOW HAS A the' message at his country convention of the Women's Christian the witness stand" said Mr. Ansfeld.

who prepared them. The PROFESSOR OF '"LUMBERING"By home.RHODE. I,- Temperance Union lo-night The YEARS. -"and I do not care to answer any J

only other county exhibit is that of DANO!\! BALLOON Associated- Press. I ISLAND NOW I 1!one adoption asking of President a number of Roosevelt resolutions to, questions at the present of Work.time." >

Walton, which is complete Li every New Haven, Conn, Oct. 31.-It was Beginning
WANTS A DRY DOCK mention in his annual message the Nashville -Tenn., Oct. 31.-A Bristol "Well then," asked the mayor :
particular and an exceptionally goodho'ng announced to-day that a fan professorof .
; for the county although! ASCfN.SION lumbering will be appointed at Associated- Press. : liquor traffilo as one of the evils that Tenn dispatch says that Thomas "when was the work on the city ball f
/ By
I the,nation together with a the most, "
thHI' exhibits orS'ial I menace Wright perhaps seriously begun? I
are numerous Yale and $150,000 is raised by the Newport R L, Oct 31.-A movement I "
number of other recommendations, that the exactly said
wounded veteran suryived "That I cannot state
) products. National Lumber Manufacturers' As- has been started in this city
w'ere the'fea\ures of the day's his home here I have a letter
dead at ,
among civil war Is the architect "but
oci tion. for chair of lumbering of the
attention
Broward Today.Th H'A a practical to. bring the navy '
I DR./TDMAS/ FEARFUL_ EX- at the forest school of jtbe department at Washington to the: proceedings. aged 76. He participated in most .of from the contractor which gives the
n' is considerable disappoint- "
battles of the
war, was
university.. Arrangements have been need of a dry dock in Narragansett' the prinlcpal date.
mem that Con- jE4NCE IN DAMAGED 'AIRSHIP '
hsTe the fact concrete
over CASHIER'S TRIAL FOREMBEZZLEMENT severely wounded sixteen times, and Well when was the
made by which work in the department -Bay. Assistant Secretary of the Na'
r 'man Frank Clark will not ben the field dead. He !" asked the mayor."I .
left on work begun
was once
I
AT AUGUSTA. has been started the committee Newbetry is said to have expressed '
last
\\n Broward In a commenced it
meet Governor
they
I of Virginia.
in'charge himself the need of addi-- was a native guess
.. 'consisting of N. W. :Mo. strongly on -
; :
15 ) upon; the drainage question ton I replied Mr. Ausfeld. '
Leod Cincinnati; C. L Mlllard of tional dry docks and naval officers Bf Associated Press. week *
if
m However it has been ar- By Associated Press. "Then. asked the mayor, yon
... Chicago, and F. E. "Weyerhauser, ofSt here. point to the advisability of having ChicagoOct 31.-The applicationof
r Xuguo 31.-Dr. Thomas how-
''i! for lion. Charles Dougherty. Ga.,. Oct. ( Henry \Vhering formerly cashierof THEMALLORYSTEAMSHIP- > have not been on the ground
II', : well posted on' the subject. to made* alaringascent in a balloon l PauL one In this city. the Milwaukee Avenue Savings do you know that damaged cement

*! with the governor and it laP to-day. IVhila; the balloon was being Bank for a change of venue from has'not been used?" I

"-' d that their meeting will bUng \! ,taken thefair grounds up the I Cook county, was denied to-day. The CO. SMr.. Ausfeld ,then told the board ? -

;.' !p- ", one. The speaking canal fi bag caught'fast in the trees I England Has Five to I trial will now proceed and the selection that damaged cement had not been -

*'"' place! in the Chautauqui and Drfhomas climlwd into the net of a jury commenced to-day. used as he had pade tests of the

lal' u;... work ai cut away the entangled The charge3\iire\ forgery and embezzlement work'done, and |ese tests showed I

Women's Department. basketjThe ballon of Dr. Thomas One the Best of U. S. C. W. MORSE WHO..' ACQUIRED it to be of the best quality of work..
a damaged c -
Xu of- five thousandfeet There is a quantity of
(': shot uito a bight ,
character
xhibition of this can. : LINE HAS CHARTER RE-. AnsfeM. -
bE' an when about seven miles mention the site, said Mr.
II 1CUNISS without the assistance, FIVE PEOPLE WERE
used. He
of toeffort !lathes and in this Instance; southwjt of Augusta the part which B> Associated P en. States will give support to congressto CORDED IN MAINE. but none of this is being < :board -
th'v i hm; fairly outdone all previous bad bd damaged and .p..tched began New York Oct. 31.-''Read Admiral pass the necessary bill to add such SCALDED TO DEATH then explained In detail to in the barrels -
said oft Ie4ng and the .balloon descended ships to navy" said the admiral. the formation of cement
1'1| () much cannot be Silas Casey, who has been abroad for our By Associated Press. to water. and
f' ')im and enterprise the'y have rapy. To lighten' the ship Dr. two years with his" family returned When asked how the American navy New Orleans Oct. 31.-Five per By Associated Press. where It ws exposed that hadset" become
d"'I.I:., -j ia gathering together such Thoma discarded his shoes and compared with that of Great Britain sons were' scalded to death in an attempt Bath, Me.. Oct. 31.-The. certificateof stated that cement used for tte
It 'fl41ilcent showing of the work of 'clothinand$ finally landed In-a cot yesterday. The admiral said that the from a fighting point of view. Admiral: ( to escape from the steam from incorporation under the laws of could not be hard as ''HilL
th considerable battleship Dreadnaught had created "I know that did Maine of the Mallory Steamship Com reason that It was as
\\ men of West Florida. The ton fie and was dragged a Casey sad; we a boiler drum in a sugar house nlar said fa each barrel
ttn' Department of the fair Is stance before he could ex considerable stir in naval circles."I not mind ,two to one. but five to one Vachie La.. yesterday. When found pany. recently acquired by C. W. That portion he soft and consequently j,
it. ,- trivate'' himself. He was badly hope the people of the United might prove a little too much." I little and Morse were recorded to-day. The which was good was
'of a board of lady manaflposed I three men, a girl a negro this only was being used. I
scratch! and lacerated, but not .seriously company is reorganized with a
of Mrs. J. R.Brown. were still alive but fatally burned. cap. "How do yon know that hard cement
italizatlon of fourteen million '
Pr \!'ni. Mrs. T. H. Cawthon secret urecL dollars. been used?" asked Mr.
not
t \ Edith Skiles. :Miss Anna Galloway Better. Japan Jonrnalists Protest THREE KILLED IN The charter Is broad giving the rightto DanieL has"What we saw the other dar -
Ek. hop build buy and sell .
everything connected
I. Mrs. J. G. Downs and :Mrs. V. Jacks! Miss.. Oct. ,31.: -Bishop % EL PASO FIGHTBy with the steamship business, showed that some sharp instrumenthad r
.\lI'Oonald. Charles!. Galloway Jis* reported a do been used to pick out the.cement
School and to a transportation business.
S 0 large tents are occupied byWomen's shade Iter to-day and the physi-- Against Separate RuleBy Associated Press.El and it evidently could not haTe .
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th. Department and they TheItnpress Paso Tex, Oct. 31. Three bodies been very soft" *.
clans s be Is resting easy. ATLANTA NEGRO
.t.! filled to overflowing with the Is growing that he 'will are in the morgue and two per- "The work is there to show for iff. S

tHiwork of the fair sex both use- never 11%th e .man that he Is said to Associated PresSv great violation of the existing tresy sons in the hospital as a result of a SENTENCED FOR LIFE self" replied the architect
fits and ornamental. There Is a profion be before this".disaster. Toklo, Oct. 31.-A number "of Journalists -, and an Insult to Japan." murder this Afternoon followed by a "It is impossible for yon to know
; of fancy work of every descrip--! have \ held a meeting yesterday for It was further resolved that the fight between the murderer and a By Associated Press. anything about this cement said;Mr. !

tit n Battenburg work; band made To Hp Women and, Children. the purpose of considering the anti-: Journalists combne! In an effort to 'policeman.": Manuel Rodriguez killed Atlanta, Oct. 31. Alex. Walker. DanieL "Ton are only assuming.

bu-i. _beautiful doilies and center I :Madrij Oct. '3L-The'. cabinet has Japanese action of .the San Frand&o: excite public opinion and cause the Ills wife "when she returned home one of the Brownsville negroes How do: you know what condition the
.r-I. ..* drawn work fine specimens decided } Introduce. bill with the board of education. The. following authorities! to "effect a solution of the and found him-with another woman charged with the murder of County cement was InT' '

"raphy; hand painted pieces; object I Journalists agreed not to advo-- aim were killed by detectives In a was convicted to-day and sentenced
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t; : unique silk quilts; em- wom and children who are compelled San Francisco authorities .in segregating -
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BANijUETED
: wilfbe well clothed and shod I Y

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: PowderABSOLUTELY

Many Nice Things Said of if you will bring him to our ij i ;ii .t.

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Healthful cream of tartar,' derwecLsoWy l from Retirement.The 2 It$1.50 It- .

grapes refined to absolute;purity, ,is the active Suits. i i i

principle of every pound of Royal Baking tendered police a farewell department supper last to night ChiefC. I from ti K it .if.

Powder.. F. Schad, who retired from the We have a splendid'line., ranging in price (

Hence it is that Powder office of chief of police at midnight to $10 for Boys from 3 to 17 years, knee IL ii

Royal Baking The affair was a huge success, andit trousers. ) _______________(( .

renders the food remarkable,...both, for its fineflavor was enjoyed immensely by all who I Long Pants Suits for Y Youths,15 to 20 years,' $ .M. i 11.11 i) if.
and healthfulness.No attended. The city hall was the
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placed In It was a long table which
alum,,no phosphate-which are the .* was burdened with good things to Ii 1 < '

principal!elements of the so-called cheabakingpowdersandwhicharederived : eat and the large assembly did not Shoes.We : I t
failto show their appreciation of Ii Iii
what was set before them. n.
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from bones rock and sulphuric acid. : : : After the first table was filled with + :1
., invited guests Judge James R. Ian i can show you a very strong line;rang n,* in ____

,, drum, who acted as toastmaster, very :1 price from $1.00 to $3.50-good, sensible styles;as 1 :2 i
eloquently opened the ceremonies by and noobiest We :
the presentation of a beautiful silk e well as all the newest shapes. are .

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW.YORK. umbrella to the retiring chief on be- exclusive agents for Alden's Shoes for Boys and --- ______ -_ ::

half of the new chief Milton B. Frank the Shoes made inAmerica. ------ = ---
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gift was a beautiful one and was ten- I ..
; dered to Chief Schad-as a token of ::

ALL SAINTS DAY U..S. DEPUTIES who esteem had from served these under two faithful him for men the Shirts derwear. Ii
Boys'
past three years. The sterling silver ii p ; .
handle bore the following inscription: all'u

C. P.1903to Schad We have an excellent line % me right kind the soft Jersey ribbed, 1\\

SERVICESTODAY ;; MALE 'R RAID ON 1906 moderate prices all standard makes such as Mother's g nuiEgyp a yarn, with a very light fleece just ::

Friend. warm enough nd, not too hot x
Mr. Schad in accepting this token, if
thanked the donors in a few well

STill with chosen feeling remarks on, which the concluding he delivered of Hosiery for Boys. Thursdatmd\ Friday Specials r


which After he some was time liberally spent applauded.in devour. We can show you goods that for quality and finish Fifty pairs M nl Il fine; $3.50 and $4 Shoes for $2.65. i}

lug the appetizing! edibles, Toastmaster I| are hardly matchable outside, of. our store and our One lot of Chit -en's Fine Shoes sizes 8 1-2 to 2, at .

tThe Catholic and Episcopal Near Molino, and Demolish gentlemen Landrum, each called of whom on the respondedto following celebrated Wild Boy Stocking well worth your inspection $1.00. You she Id grasp the opportunity for profit :1

Churches Will Hold All the Apparatus ThatIs the a incoming toast to chwf tb. :retiring chief and at 25c the pair. offered in these bargains.' .:

Hon. Scott M. Loftin Judge C. H. 2i
Special Services. Found.A. Laney Fire CWef Bicker, Mayor i
Bliss, Comptroller Morgan, Chairman Come to 'Our Store_ for High-Grade Merchandise i lat Moderate Prices.
Ingraham, of the Board of Safety; I. it
is All Saints and B. Hilson, Hon. W. H. Fuller,'of Tallahassee .
To-day ,
Day services Hollpwell recently appointed to
will be held at number of the the position of United States ; Alex. Zelius, Frank Wilde, Ii I
a deputy w! H. Ponce Phil Sanchez, Milton B. I WATSON PARKER & 'EESE CO. !
Pensacola churches. collector of Internal revenue, and Frank, Jos. Fondebilla,'B. a Bernard ,
There will be an earlypo'service at United States Deputy Marshal R. P. ? Thos. Johnson Mr. ,Boake, Jeff ..
'1:30 In the morning at Christ Church Wharton, returned yesterday from Spottswood, J, E. Long, Mike Murphy S "EVERYTHING TO WEAR. t$

and another at 11 o'clock conductedby points in Santa Rosa county, where Frank Benjamin Roberts,; Sam of the R Flynn ship :::::::::::::::::::::::::8::::::::::::::::::::::NNNSN.N.NNON. NN NNAMUSEMENTh ::r".4gN41
: Rev. P. H. Whaley, the rector.At and Captain
they had gone to make a raid on a '
Benedict. After the speaking Frank
St. Joseph's church, Rev. FatherE.
Hartkoff rector, there will be low "moon shine" outfit, which has been Benjam'n and Captain ,Roberts sang'
mass and instruction at 6:30: o'clock In operation near Molino for some solos which were greatly enjoyed and
with high mass at 9 o'clock. Vespers years. applauded. BOOKS

1:30.At The officers went to Molino, where, HAS BOLL WEEVIL
St. Michael's church the first 1v
unable to secure teams, they hireda )
mass will be at 6:30 and the last and a'row boat and CROSSED RIVER? Evenings getting long* Try a &oid
(c mass at 9 o'clock with the Benediction negro proceeded book. No other form of entcrtahir-ai
of the Holy Sacrament.At up the river about eight miles By Associated Pr.... as satisfactory.
St. Katherine's church Cervantes where the still was located. When .New Orleans Oct., 31.-Search to It will give you more satitfa.'ior '
they made the raid the party operat- determine whether the boll weevil buy :your books read them Uitrtue
\ and Davis street Rev. Andrew v and build up a library for the benefit! .1 i
V.. Sharpe rector, there will be an ing IChad made his escape, but the has crossed the Mlsslsippi river from yourself and heirs.I .
officers proceeded to demolish the, Louisiana into the state of Mississippi have
,arly morning service at 7 and ser- books to suit all tastes.
'Ices again at 10 o'clock. still. No liquor was found, but demijohns being proecuted today in the vi- A No library, even one of only a irHrei
were plentiful about the place, cinty of aNtchez by officials of the : t books should be without some of Mark
which bad apparently contained It. state crop pest comm sion. Twain's books. I have his Library of
WELL KNOWN tt S. Humor, at {1.SO; Huckleberry: Fma at
The still was operated in an abandoned At the beginning of the year it was .. $160. Tom Inna'eatsAbroad
CHEMIST DEAD hut on the banks of the river, announced by government experts at $Loo re'iobJli50jt., al i:.9O-
and the,officers believe that it had that the weevil would probably make and Published binding.by Harpers flr t-cla s print
i By Associated Press been in operation for about two years. its first' crossing of the Mississippi
Atlanta, Oct. 31Dr. N. A. Pratt, this fall, as it was &agreed that the 'ddb
i aged 74, one of the best known Moscow University Closes river would prove no barrier to the HARRY HOWLAND
chemists in the South, was struck Moscow Oct. 31.-The Universityof pest's eastward progress. !Recent cold + 1> ,
thy a train at Decatur, Ga, this afternoon Moscow was closed today by orderof weather however, has retarded themigration 'f, Manager De Luna Book Store,
and 1d11 d. Dr. Pratt was the rector, until November 12, inconsequence and the present search is De Luna St., Phone H9L
chemist of the Confederate army, of the rules being violated conducted under the hope that the l'r
with headquarters at Augusta, during against ritn political meetings weevil may be found still confined to
) the war between the states. being held in the university buildings.by the western side of the river. sayings.Mr. .

ctl 'a EMaKIlIIA4sga1WM Ade has woven a pretty Ion
story Into a most charming play-tit
kepI In' "Human Hearts" lo-NIght story being full of interest and admirably

told by>> a highly accomJis2i6find !

I Pull off the: Coverpowerful :: the social theatre, problem while the one dilitante of engrling wh egards'Interest Theodore He has complete established Babcock company la himself fhe headed title in role.the by

merely as a ,ice of
front rank
of actors of the present
amusement was enthralled ly its
day. Thomas
Grady carried the cbiefcomedy
It's almost funny and almost tragic. appeals ,to join the Labor Trust trust Under such a law DO heart story and romance. 0\ Skinner role .
that
of Ltv
Anyway it's interesting and by controlling the supply (limIting man's home would be sate. The has given to the Americ lUKe Ingston, Sass?>fis
a negro "floater. Ade baa
The people] have been lawmaking apprentices) and stopping the union leaders think they; can move- many fine characterizations: this'\ provided this talented with
to protect theselves from a lot ol industries, they 'could thus absolutely quick in attacking men and !property portrayal of the Abbe Daniel e a part exactly suited minstrel .
to his abilityand
hungry Capital trusts and are Just govern the common people and before the courts can prevent But Duel" Is pronounced the fine wjrk
Grady keeps his hearers ia
getting in safe shape when along force them to obey any order of the the same lack] of law would allow of his stellar career. I \ roars of laughter.
comes a huge Labor Trust wanting tofatten trust managers. employers the same chance, for it'sa e \ Taken altogether
-c the'production Is of the notable
of the common folk. The plan includes domination of poor law that gives one man an The County Chairman. dramatic events of one the
The Express Cos. and some R. R. the common members of the trust undue advantage over another. Thousands have upon thousandspie p year.
,Cos., kept their advocates in the U. (all labor union men) and forcing American courts and citizens can seen "The County ha- -
C. Senate for years. them to obey and strike even if it see to it that good American work Scene in "Zaza," Which Will Be Seen Here Next Wednesday. man, and every one unhtsi ng IF Irs NICE; FRESH TENDER
The people finally awoke. takes bread from the mouths of the men are -protected in their right and declares it the best comedy h< MEATS YOU WANT RING 223,
toIt'that seen in many a year. NEW CITY MEAT
family. American voters must see MARKET.
These men can stay at home now !
nd work for their class interests buto The danger is in placing too much these workmen and other citizens are "Human Hearts" To-Night. successful production seems the superior This production from the n 5,000 TO LOAN
more under the mask of public power in the hands of the trust man.I not manacled by the leaders of the Tonight the stage of the opera of its more favored contemporary. George Ade, the famous humo t a CURITY. PENSACOLA ON : GOOD INVEST SE
fepresentatives. agers. They seek to control and dictate Labor Trust for their own aggrandizement -house will be devoted to the presentation The, secret lies in this: While the remarkable run of 312 Jrform' MENT CO.MAXIMUM,.
of interests electedy ev n to the U. S. gov't, the pe0ple's of the popular and.hlghtr successful the play that has failed to "make ances at Wallack's' Theatr New
Agents special gov't and safeguard. This public announcement is made play "Human Hearts," with a good" has the greatest literary meritit York, and all 'former rec } those Interests must serve their ;
Therefore when any political candidate In' almost every newspaper in the U. of excellence and lacks the necessary requirements to Chicago, Philadelphia, Bost St.
asters and when conflict arises company superior ,
a MINIMUM
I Louis and San .Francisco fe 53 DEGREES.
announces himself as a representative S. whose owners are not tinder the strength. The author of the play is make.it palatable to the masses. The un
the
vote at
will against people large
i of any trust or even if he fears thumb of the Labor Trust and too an actor of wide experience and fully author has sacrificed the tastes of the equalled. "The County Ch man," vhe maximum temperature VF
sure.Shen I to come out openly as a representative I cowardly to speak out in the interest understands the art of playmakingfrom public at the shrine of art and failure which comes to Pensacola' n< Monday te/day at Pensacola was 67 degre
you read that you thought it I of the Labor Trust or any other I the standpoint of both the spec4ator in his penalty. is a picture not a carki ire, as a l;JO p. m.. while the minimum wa.S3 .
referred to various Capital trusts. read-ing Herein lies the of Elmer are most comedies. Its hum is In
of! strength
trust but is known to be a tool actor. His effects are degrees 6:40
and the at a. m.
Bead it over and see'if it don't apply.to I that trust there is_only one safe plan i'member well the,Papers where it does produced quickly but none the less Walters' successful temperance play its lines and not In them' up or 'Last year on the same date '*>'
the Labor Trust.A I for the independent man who seeks not appear. They are used by the does he hold pats nt sway over 'the "A Millionaire Tramp. The public eccentricities _-of any come n. It maximum; was 70 degrees and the
modern trust either of Capital i to preserve his personal liberty and I'I Labor Trust to publish matter favor passions of his auditors. have been given what they want and abounds in epigrams. and fc lorous I minimum 5g degrees.CERTAIN,
or Labor is a ofmen"'toeontrol that is vote against him. able to that trust and are not allowedto The play is almost too well known have responded so thoroughly that it I
the production and sale of a i' Vote only for the man who print articles in support of the liberty to require more than a passing word stands to-day at the head of its cabs.:
thing and to force extra money from ly intends to represent the honest'j I of the common man although out upon the plot. The main thread of This attraction is booked to appearat
the common' people to fatten the of all the people, not of of 80,000,000 people only about 2,000- the story centers around "Tom Lo the local opera house to-morrow SAFETREATMENT
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trust members. i against'another. 000 are members of this huge trust gan" who is unjustly accused of murder -, night. s."ss:
Apply that to any ,Capital Trust,. The people feel that this is an antitrust and 78,000,000 are not and sentenced to life Imprisonment Sk-
then apply it to the Labor Trust period ,when the citizen must The time Is here when advertisers His wife "Jeannette" who is a I I Otis ; Saturday.
The Labor Trust has labor to sell.' protect himself at the polls. and readers demand of their news- proud< woman runs away with an old Not since "Cyrano de Borgerac"
The public Is the buyer; inasmuch asH out from the and to New York. Even has a play of Gallic origin attractedsuch
Thereforedemand of candidatesthat ,papers that they get lover, goes Even if mercury and h could Blood Poison the
.. has to PAr' for all labor that Is domination of any trust organizationand in a woman degraded as she is, the widespread interest as The condition in r cure Contajious
for the they agree to stand for the pe0ple's Duel" the which these str minerals leave the would make the
put into any article and also be free to stand up fearlessly for instinct of motherhood prompts her famous Parisian success system
material. A loaf of bread costs so interests that of the masses, the citizens and his liberty and rights to return to the old home to try to in which.Otis Skinner will be seen care worse than the disease. ut they:cannot cure the vile disorder; they
much for flour and so much for labor and opposed to any measure which This does not ask the reader to vote gain possession of her child "Grace." here next Saturday afternoon and f can only co'vertip the symp for awhile to break out with renewed rio
Increase the cost of either and I giveS rule the power balance to some of the organizations citizens. to for some moneymaking plan or some She is frustrated in her design and night lence when the treatment is foT. When the virus of Contagious Bl"ood
the people must pay the excess. The' trust organization but to vote to protect new evidence being submitted to the i After"a run of two hundred nights: Poison enters the blood tHAtire circulation becomes poisoned and the
Flour Trust will naturally raise the The Labor Trust has gone Into politics himself from control of any of governor of the state, he pardons in Paris at the Come lie Franchise the I. loathsome symptoms beg in apes' The south and throat ulcerate, hairand
price as high as it can and the Labor to elect tools to enact an anti-I Tom" out of JaiL "Jeannette" dies national home of the drama and the! eyebrows come out, glJs I of the neck and groin swell copper-colored
x s Trust do the Both trusts Injunction law to prevent the courts 1 trust managers either of Capital or cradle of all the the
same. are her paramour is arrested for the murder great dramatic masterpieces spots appear on body *n severe cases sores and ulcers break out and
fed by the public. i from protecting the Independent common Labor."There's. of om'." father, and "Tom" In- )French literature "The i' even the bones become disc*. S. S.; S. is the only certain, safe cure for
Both trusts fight for power over I citizens from assault and destruction -i a reason" (with apologies! marries "Ruth Lartdns" and ,the: Duel" was secured for American presentation Contagious Blood Poison; tiisandsjuve been cured by it after failing with!
the public and are only held in check: of their homes or propertyby i to Postnm and Grape-Nuts) and a clouds of adversity are dfepelled by :by Charles Frohman who the mineral treatment Hot nags;etc. It is the remedy that i is able
only
by the people at large. Hence the members of the Labor Trust : American men woman's entrusted the English
weighty why true
reason the tweet sunshine of a adaptation to to jet at the root.of
safety of the common people is to' It Is a most serious attack upon,the who care to retain their liberty should love i'I Louis N. Parker. I the dist : tad force out the poison so that no signs are
a prevent any representative of anyI II rights of citizens and 'Is an out, 'and elect only such candidates as are '_ I As produced la New York with Otis ever seen again. s.S S. i ..urely vegetable, being made of roots, herbs.
trust being elected to public office. out plan to enslave the people to the openly free- from the control of any Millionaire Tramp Tomorrow. i I Skinner In the leading role "The and barks, and never leaves y U4 effects, but instead tones up the stomach
Shrewd men have seen tremendous rule of the labor'unions or more prop. organization either of Labor or Capi Frequently people wonder, why one: Duel" achieved a tumultuous success and digestion and bull ip every part of the system: while removing
: \power for themselves if they would erly the centralization of power In tat play makes a success and another;:1 among all classes of theatregoers the poisOn from the"blood- took with instructions: for self treatment and
\hn tb* workinjmen of this country the hands of the leaders of this. c.. w. POST. failure more especially when the un The thinking playgoer found its vital medical advice free. SWIFT 8rECIRC CO., ATLANTA, GA>
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: : Spent Yesterday Afternoonand (Continued From First Page.), m Hotter CwfMNr
V I'I zw.ar.
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N ., Bread' broidery-in fact so many pretty and Five Tetrs.I PI..as.iy j
.. .: .i Last Night Here, useful things that mere' mail could Bdl'i eu PineTarBonerfclbe *ar flat fir. I Fflf Wkoopiai C .t*. !i ;

:IE "" '..-.,,>>-, :. not begin to tell the name of even a I beat crer ooegh saw.Bwtiotae My- 'I Area We who tei ten two bed M1. 'f.

Leaving This A. M. 'I fraction of them, much I less attempt a IwftYO745fl5flC,sh bad a eooxb need*DtBeir* Pto; .. I 1 i J
I J flescriptioa. There Is also an exhibito gis abe-uooW latv Tar-Booty aad broto f
: '* This bread is made ? canned fruits and 10 t Bp all A it op on&reir. Mr : '
I by vegetables in the Sbe baiBe. Mil kia :
'omen's &, (lock aid t t
N Department which bot K of .
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:i ; : HE GAVE THE JOURNAL A our new special pro- arranged H ll'Honry. rita-ta, I .. )
ll& SPEC- most artistically and contains sad it Za isaa.
,-; ', ,, : I cess. It retains its everything in that line. The second cureeter. xsaatjca ic ,.
:; HAL MESSAGE TO THE"PEOLE.OF Z.D.BKASUK. L&.Kros,,
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E : .. freshness ('nt contains an exhibit of cookery Bto-sbiao, krfd, ,1 I i'.
longer than
.. ikf ,Os .. ESCAMBIA COUNTY REGAfJD-} tlut would be hard lo beat which 7. 1. f' j',
+ :I any other bread. It is inclaJes bread, cakes pies cookies f J
; ING IMPORTANCE' OF VOTING) home made candies etc. There is n; t
IT i It ? also a beautiful ,
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I Horns Made Bread i palms which adds greatly to the aparaace -I I t J'

II I i T i Governor Napoleon:: E. Broward, unannounced I .l,fhe Mexborough of this department Farm. eo .

i "''THI; Pensacola and unheralded, arrived. la made in a bake i The finest individual exhibit on the Yoa Can Trust The'Penple-They Know What They Want.
is
jesterday afternoon. Re I loaves are square: and grounds that of Mexborough farm,
had come as far west as Milton, and which is located about two miles from OVER 5,000,000 BOTTLES SOLD ANNUALLY i
Ii i E i decided to visit Pensacola and greet : every loaf is labeled. Chipley. By actual count there are ; ,r
his '. I Aad the ale iaarMUrixc each yew lecva BO room
friends and 242 articles t
I supporters In this Try it. on exhibition and they to oaettoa ttM wlxJom of the people's i
'- city, who always giv him a hearty are arranged in a manner that shows choice of Ooagh Bemad;. '
ii : Just the Coat to fit the wants'' of ';good: clressers: welcome. While' his: visit was not a them off to the best advantage. As
lengthy ene. the governor nevertheless far as The Journal representativecould LortferttetoflMtte.
: this season of the ;. met of his
if year. : : many acquaintances, see the exhibit included every- .
and when he departs this morningat i thing that 25c.601....$1.8otIIM.
could'possibly be
: They serve a double grown; in
the dressiest
purpose,. Rain : 7 o'clock West -
.. it will be with the saUs PFEIFFER'SSTEAM Florida. It was prepared by -1IA1IW O1O.T VT-
2 i Coat made, and in this climate .are faction of knowing that he In Messrs. \V. Ti .
:: heavyenough. to put and E. J.' Collier to THE Eo.Eo 8UTHEBUMD _ED. CO.. Ptducaft,Ky.
.. : wear as an overcoat. several telling blows In favor of the : whom the greatest credit is due for
.. : drainage cf the Everglades, which is :tl-eir enterprise and hard work they
.... : The largest stock in the city- here ready' for in- to be voted upon at the general. el c.tl tl BAffERYI have evidently done to make the exhibit .

:t sp<.>rtion. Prices $10.00 to $ 7.50. tion next Tuesday. a success.,
:: /' Last night the governor was the | BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW.

.. : Standard guest at supper of Hon. John fi. Beard Washington County. BEDWELL, PRES. AND MANAGER.' '
:. Clothing Go. and spent several hours wIti: that Phone 365. There are two fine exhibits from Prepared to do all electrical. repairing on short notice. Ring phone 570 and a -

.: :.......""+H ..... ....ooe .eOt gentleman discussing various mat I ifINI' Washington county in competition fori representative street. will calL W.- T. Bidweu, President and Manager 105 S. Barlen .
:: o. ... N ", ;jI the_county prize, one prepared by
-- -- tersLater he was seen by a Journal representative -I 1:;. Fleas and the other by A. G. Chan-
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SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES and gave Out a most interesting -Y\ -- dlee, both of Chipley. .Mr. Chandlee'i I
1 OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.. BROWARD WON interview upon his favorite the trustees and whchbngstous: exhibit includes! several hundred dif- MULTIPLICITY OF LIBEL ,: : I

Agent for Diebo'd! Safe and Lock Co.. subject-the drainage of the Ever- as a people, to do the who'e work. I erent[ articles, one of them being a
Canton. Ohio. I glads-which will be read: with inter AS the lands are of little value now 55 lb. pumpkin and another a lemon
.. CTce and Salesroom-20 E. Gov. St. VERNON AUDIENCEGOVERNOR est by the voters cf Pensacola, Es- it would require tie: sale of a great that measures fifteen and threequarterinches SUITS. JN U. S. COURTS .

camba county and all over West Flor-- many acres to get the necessary circumference.. He also has '
If SOMETHING NEW da. The governor sa'd he had: a message funds, but if the syndicates are compelled fifteen varieties of oranges and an exhibit :

ME: Beauty Fins, 25 and 30c per pairW. HAD for the people of Escamba county to put their share we can lower of bay fish' shells etc., that adds Steamship Tugela Libels the Bark Andrea For Both Col. : :
DEBATE THERE materially to the value of the collection
In
particularly and he desired themto the water: Lake Okeechobee. .
iJ A. Gahlenbeck 212 S. Palafox St. MONDAY WITH RANK POPE consider:! several very important thereby Increasing the price of the of Washington products. :Mr. Hsion and Salvage, and H. Baars Libels, Tugela 1
-- --- -- -.---- reasons why they! should vote "yes"on lands from 50c an acre to $llOO an Chandlee was at the Tampa fair la f I I

COTTRELL, AND CHAS.,DOUGHERTY.: the proposed amendment.. :, The, acre at least, before we sell any more. year and says:that as good kum- For Breach. of Charter Party I I
.. FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. governor said: "I 'know that you would not vote I quatts, grape fruit, oranges etc., can "
Pensacola. Fla. The Governor Interviewed. down this constitutional amendmentif be grown in the- SL Andrews bay A multiplicity of libel suits were H. Baars &; Co., charterers of tin I
.:: Soeclal ta"Th. Journal, "Mr. Beard and other speakerswho you knew that in all probability it country of West Florida. as anywherein filed In the United States court yes- steaDier Tugela filed a libel suit ,
vernon. Fla.. Oct. 31.-Circuit I are opposed to the' adoption of' will mean that the syidicates will I south Florida. A unique feature of terday, in which both the British, against the vessel "in- the sum of $7-; I
:: TURTON & BELL court convened here Monday, October I the Constitution amendment! use the go Jree,; from bearing any portion of Mr..Chandlee's exhibit Is 'a collection steamer Tugela and the Norwegion 000 for breach of charter party. The I'1 '

.. FHQlOUHAfllEitt tuppl.e ." fl .shin SINCE tor Allla 130.Kcdan .!urJ. 29th, his honor Judge Francis B. Car- I 'argument that as the drainage of I the expense and that the swamp and of 86 different kinds of wood, all of, bark Andrea already engaged in litigation -'steamer was in port before the hurricane I ,.
.. ter present and presiding., The dock I he Everglades will enhance the valueof i overflowed lands fund will have to which grow In Washington county.! to the extent of about $40,000 and is still.here, being greatly -

et not being heavy on account.of the the, lands, thereby increasing the bear the whole burden. The exhibit of Mr. Pleas is a good i are defendants.The delayed in leaving port and the firm '
II R. K. WHITE, I county court the court no doubt will assessment rolls of th state a generaltax II "Bo jou, think that it would be fair one and along the same lines as Mr. first suit brought was by the alleges breach of contract and damages I

''hlchah'.MaiuacturirJeweier.{ and Grad jate adjourn Saturday' morning, next, if levy upon all the property of for the owners of property on one Chandlee's exhibit and it will be a steamer Tugela for damages alleged. to the above amount. I
.. t t1t'ln.30 S. Paiatox Street Pensacala. Fla. not sooner.. The present grand jury Florida should be made with which side of Palafox street to pay for the close) race between them for first to have been suffered by the vessel Some weeks ago, and shortly after I
:: Is considered among those supposedto to pay the expenses of the drainage."I .I entire paving; of the whole street :and honors.. In collision with the Andrea during I the hurricane the Norwegian bark
'
.. -- --- know, as being the strongest In the advocate the adoCon'of the : let their neighbors across,the street Walton County. the hurricane. The amount of this: Andrea brought a libel suit In the J .

:: make up of its mat r.al. that this. constitutional amendment'because it sro free? You know that you do not. The exhibif of th products of Walton libel is $23,000, it being the allegation I United States court against the Tnge-
.. Tersely ToldColumbus county has ever had. I localizes the, ,expense of the drainageto Then ifou think the neighbors! I I county is a'good one and the different hat. the Tugela would have suffered la for $25,000 for collision during the
.. Monday afternoon from 1 o'clock I the drainage district :wh ch em- across the strejt should pay their articles have been gathered Yith the no damage but for the bark. I storm and alleged that had proper I
-:=s untily I 5) o'clock the people were Hraces portions", of the _cqunt'es of part of heexpeifee. Io tit< think that I greatest care. In this exhibit, in addi The next suit was by the Tugelafor discretion been shown by the officer J
Bierce and H. I... Teller, tertained by a debate between Monrce. Dade. St. Lucie. Osceola, De--I Imse people'Wn'ng1ands' In the tion to the ,usual pumpkin squashes,I salvage to the amount of $15,000 j in charge of the steamer that no collision -
both proai,aent citizens of Xew Orleans ernor N. B. Broward, for en-I Soto and Lee: and effects only the Everglades along the"'Tines"of these I cern potatoes, etc., are show.i, .'! mo I and is also against the bark Andrea.I would have occurred and that ,
are in the cay business.. and Hbns. Frank W Pope and lands to be especially bensfltted. canals should pay theusproport'on: of, magnificent lemons and all In this the steamer alleges that but the officer showed lack of judgement.The

AB i and J. T G. Crawford, of Dougherty against drainage. The "The opponents of the adoption o! t the cost of dIgging! them? If you grown; within a short distance oranges of D'i!I for her assistance the bark would 1 Tugela was In command of the

Ti.jlusste. I ; anhed !n the city yes- governor .put the opposition completely the constitutional amendment have do. vote for the constitutional amend- Funiak. Some exceptionally fine have been driven on Perdido wharf I first mate during the hurricane and i
:Jcriat morning and intend making | to rout. There was a large audience asked that I recommend a general ment. melons are a notable feature of the and been wrecked, and that she towed I he immediately brought suit in the
adnt (Iii, CIfh, ; ? r future home. They :. present,'wbogave each debater state tax which I have refused to .d'), Speaks at DeFunfak!' Today.The exhibit and, incidentally, Walton is on her during the hurricane and pre state courts for $15,000 against Cap.
fl M J engage in the practice of law in his turn, their"respectful,attention, and have informed them: :that J would \ governor m-.14p\'e for DeFun- well represented in thelive stock and vented her from being driven to that tain Qvale of the Andrea for defama
veto a bill of that kind If enacted. iak this morning, where f Ire is sched : tion of character.
a-ii! care already secured offices in l-t the people seemed; .to be with poultry departments. point.
to the to discuss the dra'nage; matter -
for'advocating uled ,
"My
reasons
t!!J"' Thesen building. The the governor after the first few :minutes -
' J Jed young adoption of the constitutional amend with Congressman Frank Clark. Poultry Dep tment.
n n are sons of H. cf his speech. There:: were '
Clay Crawford'crrarv I converts to, the ment are these- First-It will local A long tent Is devoted to the poultry ;
t: of state and it Is many governor's'heme 302 BRENTEUiLD'NG. IMMENSE CARGOES
predicted REMOVED TO RCOM: TWO .
ft.r will become .a ;i:I,It' Is safe to say that ";4ie' the expense; to_ the lands ,to be BULLOCK, department and: In it are ;some cf I
rney prominent "'draInagell be carried, far as benefitted; second: -it would be unfair! I JOHN. W. the finest birds to be seen anywhere i
to
c .tieis: of the Pensaccla bar. ESTATE. LIST YOUR '
I all the of Florida to levy a JR. REAL Chickens, turkejs, ducks and
, this county is concerned, by; a large to people : geese YESTERDAY
'' I ME FOR SALE. I CLEARED
WJTH
PROPERTY
a.tts '-Jen! you want work do you ask majority. tax on all of them to'drain. the-Ever-. I are all represented by one' or more I II

, I : it or do you try; to hide away There wag but one, case tried to- glades.. \; 'EV ODkHO BUYS. 'FROM pens and among the! /arteries of

)0.nt poa, it? Do you go where work is I day, that of :state' vs. Hattie Robins, AS To Taxation. : US PR-AISEOUR MEATS. IF YOU chickens are the following, all prizewinners I Two immense cargoes were cleared I immense valuation of 1751,554, being J
V1 !'Ie had or where there isn't any? charged with an assault with intent Let ns reason together for a mo- WILl. GIVE US AN ORDER YOU : Drown Leghorns Ifoudans. from the local custom house yesterday being by far the largest. and most t
hen you advertise for work do you I to commit mnrd r.' The jury found ment. An acre cf land in thE 'Everglades !WfLL' '(PRAISE US'TOO. NEW CITY Blue Andalasians. Black Minorcas,: for foreign ports the August Belmont valuable shipped from Pensacolathis
jsitprtisa where nobody expects youto her guilty'of assault with Intent to I is assessed now for about,25:;can MEAT MARKET. White Bantams Pit Games, RhQde I andthe Tugela being the steamers season.
or where the people who want commit manslaughter.' This party is I II acre. An aore: c.f pin work don't always look for help? TheJournal's I a negro and hag been a familiar fig county Is assessed for:,about !HON w.B.LAMAR:; and White Plymeuth Rocks, Buff The- cargo of the Belmont, which is St. Nazaire and Antwerp, .carries
,
want columns are the r cog ure around Vernon for some time. The i $4.OO. Therefore the dan in Escam-I Rocks'and Light Bramas. There are I for Bremen, is a solid one of cotton, a cargo of lumber and Umber, there
sized go-between of those who want court has not yet passed sentence. bia county; owning; an acrs' pf land : ;IN THE CITY also: several varieties of' ducks and : there being no other item of cargo. being 2,596.000 superficial feet on i

aid those who want to fill wants. The grand I jury to-day returned indictment would pay sixteen lines ..s':..much ; :- turkeys. She carries a total of 14,332 bales of board. The vessel Is the one which J
Whatever you want let it be known against Dan McKinnie a towards ,the ,drai ge'lot eland cre',9.t .5. Cozzessmn'W n. ,Limarrepre; -:1 Sugar Cane. cotton, of which 13,482 are square and has been delayed here for several
f i": The columns of The Journal and negro; for murder His case is sat in the Ever;!ta4t> as essej 'ISIe th want will be filled. for Friday thig week. 4 as the man. ivlw ".nvn 4-it* WiUllpay l(bEt city last; nislit front TaMalus3 '- I;. ticularly! good lots of this product I :

AIv, how sales of The tank of the waterworks is on forth "- 't-elimatJoJt 'ofi htstdWu' ftnS Swill. probably remain, : h're 'far having.: b*>en shipped from several
we grow-october the ground and will In a few days land which when, "'afaeuf t!tiil 1)',1> treterat darS, easultingtw1tli.' the,nit-: !-'!' places in West Florida to compete for
Bu!
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Extracts
rf broke all records.- be put up. .The town will then be worth from $1O.OO.tol.9Ot'pori(), :Z54 .a to' tbe.ri 1ubli: atWashington. i! the prize. j2paa: S3, green ribbon Words of the Thouhtless :
previous
., Why I supplied with water from the artesian A nercnant in! Pensacola' ; who )hasa ,( : ., :.-- : I end red cans are here In profusion, .
They are absolutely .
" pure. go wplL $23,000.00 sfccl? of goods, wonld 'CO'MES' lanll it steaks well for the 'productiveness
: TT
vice as far and the iJlue' Ribbon the reclamat.onof : .t TO KEEPING I
Flavor" Is perfection. Ask'for the --... -- pay as much towards would the THE EEST FRESH:: MEATS. WE ', of West Florid* that nearly all Startle the Thoughtful
; the Everglades: AS' man of the stalks at the fair are upward
tt 25:i W size.Cooper's. BAR NONE., : NEW CITY .MEAT
THE REAL TEST. owning 101>.00.0 acras: .In'th Erer- MARKET. of 10 feet in height Cane is also
'. glades contribute towards: the ''drain l shown in connection with other exhibits -

J Medicihe for sale i Of Hcrpicide, Is In Giving I It a Thorough age of his 'own, Ian: 3s, The gtorV of IF lrSMCE,.. FRESH TENDER at the fair, but every bit of it 'T# ** t...+. *.+. *%+
1 by all druggists. Trial.I goods in- Pensacola woul.1': ,b'a ilrit I ':3S-- MEATS: YOU: WANT 'RING' '223 is fully as good as that shown in the -Vfc *X0h -'-

I There is only one test by which to ed very little In value whcrcac ttte} NEW..C\TY\ MEAT MARKET.. : cane exhibit.
I
.
of the '.10()- 00'ccrA- of land in the:'Er.r:: .
judge efficiency ,of any article' '
1 I Stock Coffee advertisement
Shortening Dead Portiere. and that is by its ability to do that glades wouH be "Increased fyjm '$200000 $,- : NETjf'GNOT1C) : : Department. A says: .
Fen.aroll.I .e.t'o..4%.., F. ,&; : iJuriL-s the past few years a persistent \ '
Bamboo and bead portieres are very I that which it is intended to da Many in value to a miUIondoHarsor : l. :t\ A.,1...' regulartrnrhunleation -
effort has been made to improve -
pretty especially In a den, where they hair vigors may look nice and smell 'lore.' I' Thratay, 'Sovcm'be'>r 1; 'at .::::0, "First in first in
I ,'c stock of all kinds.in West Tior- weight
in- "
produce a pleasing effect, but they are nice but the point Is-=-do they eradicate "The: man In Ponsaco'a who' ownsa \1ioiting brf"h"E'nirat.-nal1v:. ,
iitt. li M. SOLOMON.T ida. end that the effort has been asvtt'SS i
horse and d' ant 'h-i his I
to Dandruff and stop falling heir? \Y pays .
particularly awkward arrangements 11 Harvey, Secretary. '
is demonstrated by the exhibits -
manage when they happen to be, astity I No. they co ,not, but Herpicide does tax would on a pay'valuation four hun-irel of S100.00 times for them. a* W. M. in the stock l department: The quality, and first in the heartsof
because It goes to the root of the evil t
too long for the door
usually are
-
much towards drainage: an acre of C finest kind of cattle of every description -
kills! the that attacks the
It which they hang. The shortening and germ land in the Everglades as would the are here; pen after pen is filled "
] from whence the hair the
process Is tedious, but it is equally simple I life.papilla gets Its, man who owns an acre' of jani in with gigantic porkers or :fleecy coat epicures.

and It pays. It Is simply to short- Letters from prominent- people tie Ev;r?!hdes. which 'acre wculd be \t ed sheep: and stall after stall with

rii one strand after another, cutting Increased. value: froii 2Hc:; to $100.03 fine cows' horses or mules. In ...
tit cord on which the bamboo and I everywhere are daily stands proving the thatNewbro's perhaps. "' 1 the stock exhibit would be fact'l -1._e.# ...#. ..#. -.#. -.e.There's
Herpicide "test
.
beads are strung and slipping oft all :of Whst It Means. .{ : beat in any country, and reflects
use.
tho<;e that make for toa great length It is a delightful dress'ng! clear. "The defeat of th constitutional ; c ;greatest credit upon West Florida. truth said
Hard Workers. thought .
awl l knotting the thread again over the pure' and free from oilor, 'grease. amendment would raeaa to the peopl 'j-I.II" =
W. Storrs and his
great roupd bead that usually finishes Fr sale by W. A.' D'Alemberte, of florida the great danger leied''on of havingin 7 .... able Secretary assistant,R.Mrs.\ O. ii\!. Stanley have "
aeh. When you do It push the strung ,1''I- llst; and apothecary, 121 South future years a tax the! 4'euw. been working like Trojans to make Je sJy. .
bits! cp until they are taut: before end- Palafox street,or send lOc in stamps whole stat for:: the purpose of the reclaiming the fair a success and, although Mr.

''n;: off:: the thread" or you're likely' to for sample to The HerpIcfSs Co., D0; adoption of the t"J5verjrlad',p cont'tutioral: whereas amend 8t1 'e Storrs has been en the Jump day and -

find that queer thin have happened troit. Mic.1L' ... meat would forever .nrevent any. such \ night for some time past a large portion Coffee "in the hearts. .
to your 'l'ign-queer blank streaks oc- tbI'1;. f of the credit for the success of

mrring perhaps right In the middle of "In th, next place we are not voting 7 I the fair Is due to Mrs. Stanley, wto How and have
I figure. And when you've finished upon a proposition as to whetherwe II has attended to all of the detail work many epicures just common people

are the extra bits. They're sure to be I IJlN'dPd shall reclaim the Everglades or I connected with. it. All of the officers incipient or chronic heart trouble directly caused by coffee -

Eas later when constant handlingresulted' A SURE ANTIDOTEfor not the because Everglades we are and already in the dredgingin courseof The latest reports from high society I of worked the Fair hard Association for! the success have, in of fact the, ? You with weak hearts can prove for yourselves.Try .

cl"Opped In broken strands and I a month will have the second indicate that cupid Is havIng a exhibition, and are highly commendedupon leaving off coffee, 10 days and use Postum Food

beads.REMOVED: dredge work. The trustees have rough deal. The .latest report formthis all sides for their enterprise and
blue: Monday. is to at I Coffee. If you find the old smothering sensation and
zeaL
for the of Florida from is
put people Is that gettinga
up store everyone
TO ROOM 302 BRENT send the household washto the weak fluttering disappear ,will have the truthin
BUILDING. JOHN. w. BULLOCK 'the swamp and overflowed land funds square deal, and always will. Big you
JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR the "Star." Let us Tftve cents an acre on nearly $i5O. shipment of Shawknit Hoisery just I A Good E'e'W.s"' a nutshell and will have located an enemy that has .
Is made by simply
and A good eyewash
cro.OO already the
as only'wa\
PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. call for your parcel andit we have for getting money i is to sell arrived, embracing all colors In I dissolving! a tetspoonful of boric: acid been pushing you day by day towards the narrow lot .;

212-PHONES-881. will be returned to a jwrt'on of the 2.S60.000 acres of cashmere, wool and cotton. Prices, In a pint of water that has been boiled. 2by6. j

I East Hill Grocery Co. you with land that we own, it is but reasonablethat 25c and SOc.White. Strain and keep closely bottled. Sop
contents All the advertisements of Importers trying -
snowy the flaming
M P. BOWES. Manager syndicates and individuals I the eyes with.it morning and night and
increased business make two phones white. owning In the Everglades; four and a several times during the day pouringa to sell coffee and all-the sneers of coffee topers can-
cessary and another new delivery half million acres of land should put it with -
"Jon. little in a saucer and applying have tested and
drive
!: the truth from
_ _ up 'as much per acre as the trustees a bit of clean, soft old li*n. Always not you, once you
FOR CONVENIENCE. CLEANLINESS The Star Steam have put up per acre for you. : LIsa a fresh rag and pour out fresh learned the exact facts from personal experience."There's '

'.. AND PROMPTNESS, WE ARE ,. Syndicates Should Help Nix wash from the bottle every time yoc
'"HE "The adoption of the constitutional:
LIMIT. NEW CITY MEAT Laundry Reason" forPOSTLIM
I''ARKET' amendment means that the syndicates bathe your eyes,: orbuy an eyecup la a .

__1 and railroads shall put up "their just any drug store.. This Is invaluable
... WHY GO WAY DOWN TOW AF. 37 E.-Garden St. Phone 114 proportion of thQ cost of drainage The eyes are a,very Important part of
OUTFITTERS
r r) FRESH MEATS WE CAN Pensacola Fla.. The'defeat of the amendment means the face., Handsome eyes will make:

''''SM YOU QUICKER. ,NEW that you' bare decided that we should an otherwise homely face attractive.

tEAT MARKETr-' u. i leU-enough,of the. lands still _held! by Tour.Honey's Worth or Tour Money Back. '"> .,

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NOVEMBER 1906. ER 2, 1906.
PAGE FOUR"". : THE PEN8ACOLA JOURNAL! THURSDAY MORNING,' : 1, 'f '--
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along material an agricultural' lines among other "thin if Christ In your corns? 'Wby so? Is not the

for the state.-Ocala Star. had been a really divine messenger, Where, bead a much better place for It? Better
oIa he would not'have' given this worldan SPANISH H DOCK is keep what is left where It belongs I
e Itm A Pertinent Question. .
mifnal
U but
The purchase of the Mallory line of ideal too' high to be reached, Ayer's Har! \Vigor, new Improve:! }or.
would have given it a more practical mula quickly
stops falling bah!
steamers by X.. W. Morse is another There
system of morals. Mr. Bryan wrotea I ?is Dot a particle of doubt about
consolidation ; Ha, it.
which may lead to eco little book In reply, entitled. "Let-I' your thee.nK t tto'ciuBi .,'.
DAILYi WEEKLY. SUNDAY.! nomical administration and lower ters to a Chinese Official" IS FINAlLY! eCtMbb. LotS. ? ?
rates. But itwill be watched to see this argument about the impracticableIdeals I

.t PUBUSHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY if the transfer does not mean higher presented by Christ he made I .... I
charges and no improvement in the the following splendid andoverwh lm-

...BY... service. People are suspicious these ing reply which deserves to live forever I
:
THE days. By the way, do the laws forbidding : I :flOATED
JOURNAL COMPANY. consolidation between "par
qualification -
without
"Let
admit
allel and competing lines" refer, also, me Garments
,
Ideal Is not that
that the Christian are
to steam I
navigation?- Times.
FRANK L. MATES President and Gan.al ManaD.t Tampa lived up to. anywhere in the world; .,- _..... tailored properly ad-
Should Be Cut Out let me admit that the best of Christicans I just themselves grace.
MEMBER A performance "The Clansman"came everywhere fall below the con-: Big, Structure, Blown Ashore fully to the figure.
THE ASSOCIATED F:
PRESS. of by the life I *- .. If
ception
near causing a riot in Philadelphia life presented \ : they don't-some-
recently. The truth is that the and teachings of the Man of Galilee; I By Hurricane, Is Now thing's wrong. I
SUBUCRIPTION RATES sensational plays ."Uncle Tom's Cab- and still I contend that the one who I ,.: The perfect '

Oae Year .. .. ..........|5 00 One Month .. .. ... .. .. 45 In" ,and "The Clansman" should se follows Christ afar off, even with Safely Moored. of our expression ,
Six Months .. .? .. .. .. 2 CO One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 prohibited in all sections of the country. limping step and many a fall, may -- proves the care garment
Three Months.. .. .. .. 1 26 Weekly Edition per year..fl CO .-Gainesville Sun. live a nobler life than the perfect which they with.
disciple' of Confucius. No idea is The big Spanish floating dock I are constrncted.
Bryan Knocks Out Cenfuelu him that is fully realized. The man which was blown aground during the .. We hare
The Only Pemtacelm Newspaper From Which a Detailed Mr, Bryan Is not only a militant who claims for his Ideal that Insteadof afternoon high ideals-and *e
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. politician, but he is a militant Christian being: above him it i* perfectly hurricane was floated yesterday I take pleasure la living
and he is aa eloquent and ef-"embodied in his life, confesses that and is now safely mooredoff up to. them.

fective In defending his religion as he has no aspirations for Improve- the navy yard. :'' !!' Our Fan models
his party. When he was In China recently ment. -It is the dory of the Christ- 'ine tugs Hercules, Uncas and command the unstinted
M.5{t nefUI I.... 3S I I I' Paper on Sale en'Trains he met with a Chinese book' Ian ideal that:while it is within sightof Osceola 'have been engaged! for several admiration of think.

(BMteeuOfflMilOO j and at all New. Stands. just Issued, which affirmed that the the weakest and the lowl'est. it weeks attempt to float the:' Ing dressers-they are
I philosophy of Confucius, which is the Is still high enough to keep the best an strong, forceful
that Short Talks
belIeve and
religion of China, was superior to and the purest with their faces turned dock and many began to on TailoringTWISTED dignified.

Otfl .s-Journal Building-Corner lntend-nola and DeLuna Sts. I
-- high tide the efforts of the tug were, LEGS in trousers causes displayed by the mile.

..4....ftt...Cf.......,...t01NN.NIMNA0004011+++* successful and the big structure the 'crease, which should strike the Place your order to-
PENSACOLA FLORIDi THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1906. moved from the position which it,j foot at the center of instep to turn day-and your .

Vote For ThisAmendment. now that the work on the sewer sys- i Adrift With the Times ii i iPaul I has The occupied damage for to more the dock than a Is month.small, in This our out Is from badly balanced cat for you will some be ready time garments

tem has commenced there will be no and It will not require a great amount : ting or improper joining by the tailor. next week.
: of work. It Is stated, before it is In
let-up until it is -
completed. Special cutting should be employed
i condition to be used. A dock is now
Among the constitutional amend. Cook in
Birmingham AgeHerald.It
on' ...S..I.....>>. ......... badly needed at the yard as all of for bowlegged men to guard
ments to be voted next Tuesday ........................... ........ ............... the vessels which were damaged by against a twist I
is one which directly affects Escam- NEWS AND VIEWS the storm will ha\e to go into dock If pants do ,turn, turn them back SUITSTailored

bia oount-ln that it provides for the OF THE STATE PRESS. is not before they can be repaired, and the ; to your tailor. -
surprising that
a Birmingham order and licenses can be issued with
establishment of court of record in small dock, formerly in use there, business. to Taste
a laundry was robbed on a Friday dispatch.-Dothan Eagle.Be We da a straight ,
this country which shall have concurrent EF. s# iHe**.. aBut night Every man wfio has any self- was completely demolished. I

jurisdiction with the circuit the Asfessment is Low. respect likes to have clean linen for Sensible. Dembardt and D...*. $20 to $50RICKETT
Sunday. But it would have been Look up and contemplate the sky
not Sarah Bernhardt had Just been elected
The
court In all matters except ta-summon religious editors declare that
unexpected had The glory of the stars on high.
the high rates of postage proposed by the same laundry a Jtt-member of the Comedle Fran-
and
empanel a grand jury.
been entered feloniously on anynight Exalt your soul by lofty thought -
'the postal commission would she hada
severe- When she found that
calsa .
The amendment Is entitled "Article of the week. It is Since inspiration can't be bought
nearly as, hard
\ XXXT aid. In The Journal's judgment 'I rates ly tax also their tax piety.people's The piety.high They tariff !to keep clean in Birmingham as in {But choose a place where men are paper to sign ,too! became nervous Dumas f ERSON 6 GARDNER
to the
few and went see younger
It should be I make the Pittsburg, which is a bold assertion, f For Mea Who Care
adopted. The verage man swear every from the TAILORS
The word "clean" Is of course used And nothing can run over you. I to tell him that she shrank
!time he of them. Gainesville
thinks -
amendment provides that the of
court
in a physical and not an ethical sense. binding: terms of the engagement Du- !
record shall be established "wheneverthe Sun. Collars don't stand much show in You are a bright girl, Clarice. A mas' advice was unhesitating. "My FRANK B. GARDNER Manager. Brent Building.

voters of said county shall so determine Tampa's Big Cigar Business Birmingham, but when every flake of t] ctoT of "philosophy is apt to be a dear child, don't sign; your hair Is too

t by a majority of the votes Tampa\ up to October 13, had al- soot represents a dollar, who cares? "dry dock. curly. People with hair like that"- i I-

ready passed the 200,000,000 mark In medicine advertiser and he his fingers through his I
\ cast on the Question at any general The Motive. lit takes a patent passed

f election," so that In the event of ills its shipments For of all cigars of last for the presets the- Books, books, books, to ask you Impertinent ques- own crisp waves-"ought never to sign: II
year. year
in tide tions. contracts for life. The temperament
'Rolling a
passage the voters of Escambia total shipments were 220000000. The i
\) county will stfll have to decide for Increase over last year thus far indicates Books on this and books on that, Force of Habit.A 1 Is too intractable: however j I DeSILVA .& COMPANYAre
Books on every side. I I Sarah Bernhardt signed _
.
total of least
themselves whether or not they want a production at Books strap-hanger died and went above,
i with pretty covers and end meeting Dumas .again next day,
:l60
000,000 for 1906.
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The crowd at the gate began to shove
the court and It will be two years before Shipments of cigars from Tampa Books of sober hue, confessed she had done so. "That's aU

It a vote on the question can be for the.week ending October 13 were 'Millions:Millions on the market now, / He dispair reached! up-imagine his blank right remarked Dumas cheerfully.."1 running again and can take orders
due.
taken. ,'18fSOoo. Total shipments from January more are J And.got for his pains a handful of air. have won 500 francs ($100)). I bet
1 to October 13 were 203,995,000. i Mme. Dumas that amount after Our
stock of
The Immediate effect of the amendment's Books, books, books you for special' work lumber is
Total for the The wind in Ohio might have
\ shipments same period I left yesterday that you would at once I :
little
passage will therefore amountto ot. last year were 163,950,000. The' Big and ones. "known that it could not discourage
Some others sad go and sign the agreement Well, I sufficient fill all orders sent
Just this: It applies solely to the increase shipments for this year i So the are gay current and runs. a windy man like' William Jennings shall buy yon' something with themoney. to us.
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courts of Escambia county and It en up to October 13, was 38,045,000 Some are never read at all. Bryan. "

abler the people of this county tomake Tampa Tribune. : Some 'are thrown away Designated.- I I Thp next day Mme. Bernhardt received Phone 11.

the change whenever they de- Tourists Coming.In Yet the output seems to grow- The football heto,walks abroad,. a magnificent wig of fair hair,

Eire to do so. The question of a few weeks the trend of travel Greater, day by day. And as he 'P loudly goes absolutely flat lank and straight WithIt

whether or not such a court Is needed will be in the direction of Florida 'He's marked for honor by a strip. came the following sentence on a
and thousands of people of the north Books, books books. Of plaster on his nose. slip of paper: "Now that you are reallyone \ .
will .
be a matter for discussion two 'Why so many writ
and east will come to spend a few of the house wear this. You will
years hence, and whether it win or I weeks with us, where thEy can be When so very few you know, The man who'used. to steal ice from

will not be a good thing does not necessarily free from snow, ice and trouble.- Ever make a hit? the doorstep$ is devoting himself to need it"A One Gallon Makes Two.One .
f Waldo News.Welcome Here's the rea' on--maybe you overcoats now -j
enter into the THRILLING MINUTE.
subject at this
Will with .
agree me, ...
time. Uncle George. Lots of people' want,to make I Addressiothe Moon. I gallonStag semi-paste paint, thinned with

The Journal believes that such"court a, Way down- in a little corner ofTuesday's Money easily. t., I ]Pale moon, majestic and serene. It bade What Up It IB Lacked Iat.nltr In Tin.( Tenw. one gallon:linseed 'oil makes two gallons of best
How must of love
Times-Union you grow
we found a weary
j f would not only be a good thing local item stating that Editor Geo. 'Editor Blan, of the Troy Messenger And panting poets who suspire The adventure of a contributor to paint, and this amount will cover 800 square feet,

but that it is really a necessity for W, Wilson had returned and would assures his readers that the air Their wretched verse to you, unvexedBy Science lasted but a minute, but it j i two coats on a fairly smooth 'surface. $1.75 a gallon,
this county. That question,..however, immediately take up the active man ship at Montgomery: was real, becausehe all the foolishness afoot made op In intensity of terror what it
can be discussed at another time. agement of tbe big T.-U. No blowingof put his hand.on it. At night throughout the world! lacked In duration of time. The writer I which ,when thinned with oil reduces cost to $1.13.

The thing to do now Is to adopt the horns or blaring trumpets for his A man says the weather is as hot Some people stop before jeweler's tells his own story: I

4 amendment and we trust every voter home-coming.Uncle George We, and welcome hope you back will, in summer as the same place he says windows and others before the windows Some yean ago while I was making Saunders Mill
you ; Company
will "Yes" 1* Is as cold as In winter. of clothing stores. researches la an excavation near I
vote on it in next Tues never have to leave again for the'
Frankfort O. the center waU of the f/iene 7J 7. 21 East Garden Street.a .
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cause.-st. Lucie Tribune. .
day's election.Excavating same I A Sunday paver tried to tell where !
It takes all kinds of people to makea mound was undermined by the work

J Negroes And the Dives. styles beein We'd like to go there world and you are always"different men and I was struck by a mass of
, in Summer and wreck the place.
from the
That the superior moral bahavk* others. falling earth. I had just stooped to

i Perfectly Safe. of the negro race in the days of slavery i Get Hitched Even a hardhearted- man will acknowledge examine a email bone which had been I -
Some months when was due not to religious Influences }Is starting off like it was gongto ; that It's getting colder. Uncovered when earth to the amountof DRINK BOTTLED
The Journal
ago I
' but to total exclusion from the be a good marrying season, and several cart loads dropped on me.
was urging the commencement of dramshop is the conclusion of the Judge Leslie's office' is In apple pie Kerchew! No one else was in the excavation them -t .-t

work on Pensacola's sewer system, Tampa Times which says: "In having gone. to the. top of the 0
total abstainer NOV
it made the statement that there was practice the negro was a mound. @srL.
he had no place to congregate -
no more danger attendant' COMPUTING INTEREST. Elixir of Towt1& The knocked backward
upon make and loaf and cultivate natural falling mass me QA\-Q: 'It
ing excavations or digging up the I'laziness and orthlessness-if he In former times elder flowers were :and I fell with my head and b
The Six Per Cent Rule and the Prim treasured not only by lovers of hedgerow R:
streets In the summer time than in ,was Individually possessed by them- "shoulders on a small heap of earth. The a a
ciple o. Which It L Baaed. Q
the winter time. The Journal Is glad and the result was a negative good- beauty but by those who desired, falling wall of earth looked black to me.
to note ness that did very well In its "place." Every schooboy and schoolgirl knows to preserve their own beauty and and I weU remember the rush of wind VZ
that
the state board of health Churches and religious societies that much used rule for computing Interest youth. According to the seventeenth It broughtAt 0 Before drinking, see that you

!" also sustains that view, as the fol- abound among the negroes today, but at 6 per cent-multiply by the century prescription the elder flowers first I felt little pain only Intense -

r lowing extracts from its last official so do the dives. The southern sec- number of days and divide the productby were to be gathered on' midsummer 'pressure, which forced the buttons of get the GENUINE. A word
bulletin show: tion of the United States has a vexatious 6-but many of them could not, perhaps day powdered and put into borage my costume partly Inside my flesh. o E : 0

;' Several weeks ago the Board of problem .to solve with party explain the principle on which the water, which was to be drunk dally for My watch was pressed tight against to the wise is'sufficientHygeia

I Public Works of Jacksonville began spirit in the northern section In readyto the rule Is based. Here It Is In a few a month the first.thing In the morningand two ribs which were broken. The skin o 0

I, laying a sewer on Main Street, right hinder instead of helping north be words: In reckoning Interest 860 days the last thing at night This was a on my forehead seemed cut but !It was

1 In the heart of the city In the middle solution though with the the same perils may, in make a year. Now, to find the Intereston much prized elixir of youth. By common the pressure of my hat forcing the flesh

of summer and on one of the busiest confronted me.-Times-Union Short Talks. any amount for one year-360 daysat consent there has always been I between the straw. The knife In my Bottling Works

thoroughfares. At times the street And yet we cannot avoid the conclusion 6 per cent we multiply the amountby something supernatural about the elder pocket seemed burning hot Just under ,
;i. has been almost blockaded by the ex- that this "vexatious problem" 6 and divide by 100. Having tree. In Denmark it is protected by the small of my back was a large clod 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587.

t cavations and work. At first a good would lose much of its vexatiousness found the Interest for 360 days, we can the elder mother, without whose leaveIt which gave me unendurable pain, as If -.
deal of apprehension was felt among by doing away with the "dives" and get It for one day by dividing that Interest Is dangerous to pluck the flower. In mjr spine were slowly breaking. Thenit -

have certain been people concerning it. for we all other places where liquor is soldas by 360. But multiplying by 6 and Germany the hat should be taken off stopped,.and I felt nethin:. I ..............NN.IN.................... ..M1NN
taught that it is likely to a beverage.-Palatka News. dividing by 100 and then dividing by to It And in England It has been Thoughts raced through head like '
i cause "sickness" to upturn the earth my
In 360 Is the same as multiplying by 0 variously considered the tree of the lightning, thoughts of the past
and present
summer,
formerly this practice Where Merit Counts. Beautiful i
I was not permitted. But In the light C The accession of Senator Park M. and dividing by 36,000. Then, again cross and the tree upon which Judas i and I future. I remember trying in vain ExaI1plesofModern

of our present knowledge, there is no Trammel to the editorial fraternityby multiplying by 6 and dividing by hanged himself, to be treated''With to move a bAnd or a finger I was perfectly .'I
': danger of disease Lakeland Sun 36,000 is the same as dividing at once reverence or fear accordingly.-London
from excavations in the purchase of the motionless. My chest could not Styles In Furniture
summer per se. It is true such ex excites attention' the constantly advancing by 6,000.. It follows that we may find Chronicle. be Inflated, and the downward pressure i

cavations may be made as will hold character and strength of the the Interest on any amount for one day had forced the air out of my lungs. I

water and become breeding places for Florida, weekly press. (Without exception by dividing by 6,000 and we have only Dress and Mental Diseomf.rt.While could move my chin and open and shut For room in the house :
the
be
in and to the Interest for every ,. can seen on
mosquitoes and in that become It Is growing power multiply one day by
way from
much has been said a my mouth. I tried to keep my mouth
a menace to the public health. But strength and compares favorablywith the given number of days to get the Interest material standpoint, about the effect of closed to prevent Its being fined but it floors of our big double store om-upstairs and
as this was not the In the that of other state, northor for the desired time. In I. I
case present any : practice down. Our collection
dress the the embraces
remainin upon health spiritual instinctively opened and the earth fen notonly a wonderful -
which
Instance, the State Health south. Those papers I
Officer it Is customary to multiply first by the i
refused to interfere with the work the same control are invariably number of days and then to divide by side has been largely ignored. The in. Then the assurance of stranglingcame variety! of medium-priced goods, but many of the :
mental discomfort of unbecomingor to but I did not
marked In facilities, cir- I an me much care.
because wasany by growth
he did
not believe there 6,000, what Is the same thing to divide richest pieces that have
or been
danger in allowing it to be done. culation and popularity, while a badly fitting, garment Is probably I It was jest sixty seconds. the surreyor -, produced this season. :
And the results have justified his change is always certainly marked by the'three by 6, cutting off three figures for greater than the bodily uneasiness occasioned said, before the men reached m. i Bedroom suits from $20 to $150; parlor suits to :

action. The work has been goingon the advent of a stronger hand at the ciphers.: by overtight bands or footwear and I felt the earth! move slightly. A $75 and $100 chairs from 75
for several weeks and still continues helm. Honest, manly, independent, and the former, perhaps causes I shovel struck my scalp and cut me. It ; cents to $4.50; mattings Z

and yet not a single case of the Florida press earns and deservesits T* Restore Iferre.' more actual physical harm. It is not felt like redhot Iron. When my head : 25, 30 and 35 cents, laid free. .. __. :

sickness has been reported ,that is. uniform popularity Tampa Times. A certain doctor in Paris much the least of the hardships of poverty was uncovered the pressure on my .

'"_. t chargable to the excavations. Editor Storrs's Good Work. sought after by fashionable ladles that a garment that offends the taste body was TO great the blood was forcedto W BUY NOW PAY LATER.
Likewise complaint was filed with Editor Storrs, of the DeFuniakdreeze whose nerves are overwrought by cannot be discarded, but has to be -7 head until my rescuers"feared ,' !

the Board against allowing the filling is not only one of the best pleasure adopts some curious remedies worn, with aU depressing effects my veins would burst .
1 In that was done at South Jacksonville editors In the state, but publishes a with which to cure his fair patients.To upon the mind until something at least j I observed everything, but could not, .
recently. The State Health Offleer paper that could and would take the one fine dame he said: "You are on of Its money value has been extracted I I move. The partial paralysis lasted .

believing it was not dangerousto prize of any town in which such a the verge of nervous collapse. Now from it Alterations may mend matters several days. I haft never wholly recovered i' MARSTON&QUINA i
the public health so advised: the paper could be published, but he is what you have to do Is this. Every but that means additional expense I from the effects of my adventure. ,

parties complainng and the fears more than that, he is a county fair afternoon walk to such and such a hospital and the chances are that the last I cannot enter a cave or stand "
subsided and the matter dropped. But He is its leader, wheel (I I0810'
the {promoter. When you get there ask for state of the garment win be worse than i near a teak of earth without terrible i ; i
public be
that when
may assured horse off horse and a full team In I
Nurse X. She win take you to the second I the first I sensations. TN
= the State he will Health Officer scents danger pulling,, successfully through. Next floor, into a room entirely furnished I ..........>H.M..I I Hl.........>.....l..l..... ....
t hang out the red light week the fair will be held and all
The old superstition that disease Walton county and all Florida will In white. She will sit down In
t be on hand to see what (Editor Storrs this room. You take a seat opposite to
lingered in the soil and that '
digging and others have done toward cultivating her and remain for a full hour without
: ,up-the latter during the summer time thoroughbred cattle, hogs, .and saying a single word. Then go back

released the disease germs and sheep in that section. Editor Storrsis home by such a road; such a boulevard Plantation Chill

i! caused sickness has been exploded doing a big work for west Florida, such a square and such a cross Cure is (fraMHf.v

; |by all the expreiments of science and and It Is a pity that men all like Storrsdon.t ing. In three months' time the lady w
Florida
spread themselves over -
r! I[experiences of practical work. was once again calm strong, energeticand
for a generation of such unselfishand t'

i '[ The Journal hopes therefore that united work.... would. work wonders.' In excellent health. Cure. or Money Refunded oj your Merchant. So. WhyHotTrj IT I rlce, 5Oc. Retail.

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TrfURSDA.Y MORNING NOVEMBER i, 1901. "
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS .
seeds to The Journal. I
Warring, Oct. ,3i/ -Mature+ U in 1 '
deed a fickle Jada. A month ago she 4 i
became so angry that she fried her i.I'1
self to the utmost to blow and washus I VANITY '
'! BY AURELIE .
.. MAR AN BERNARD all away. Not being successful} in f
the attempt, to-daY.she has changed
Telephone Nod 6M Before 3 p, M. her tactics and Is smiling at and cd-!! .
t(No. 38.After 3 P. M. queuing with us In her most enticing i,
costume. The flowers are all In'' I I.
bloom again the trees have donned ;: From time immemorial moralists have railed l

I the'r emerald robes, the fruit trees'' at the vanity of woman. Here is a woman, and a I ,i
tcor are doing their part by looking '
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I their best in their_ toilets of green '.. \beautiful one at that, who says that_vanity is. an .. i ,

gANtE GIVEN MONDAY NIGHT and white; or green and pink. I' imperishable instinct;; that vanity, like love, is' f. t n .

A Tae GREAT dance SUCCESS.given alonday night. forte The Journal Daily Fashion Feature Mr.Mass.and ,Mrs.have Thomas returned Bean to, of spend Boston I. one of the great forces that makes the world go" ,

ceneflt of the new Catholic church the winter, much to. the delight of round; that to be vain is a duty to humanity and :.. J- i )

'5 ni1, was a great success in a social their many friends; j ". an essential of success. ..
j. veil: as a financial way.A Mrs. Henry MoLellan. of'Ttensacola t t"f :.
number of prizes were given. visited her mother, Mrs. Sharrardlast -
4 4e It's an original view what i is opinion? '
of ; your .
1*$ first prize, a pair gold cuff week. i, ,
buttons was won by Mr. James Mrs. Emily Hayne has returned This defense of an old time sin is set forth in .our. :

golth: as the best gentleman dancer. from River Junctifin where she had new magazine l-

Tie! first prize for the beet lady :.y been visiting her. sister, Mrs. Tar- ,
dancer was awarded Miss JohannaCtristorthorsen. borough. I
The prize was a ;. Miss Connie Qldm'xon, who has
b : dome, pair of kid gloves. The ) 'been sick for several days, is well ,
pulse tor the second best dancer was 0 aga'n and has resumed her duties at

geld l stick pIn. won by Mr. James a the Clutter music house. .I WOMAN : :
Graham The second prize for the oy Miss Katie CerutI, with brother'

>post: graceful lady dancer was a hand. and cousin, who are visiting her
slime comb, and was awarded to Miss trom Nassau, were visiting friends :
Wrighton. here Sunday. I .
Varcaret "
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"'" ,.. ,.. It was quite a comfort to us who'
Florida MAN MARRIESGRANDDAUGHTER are almost cut off from the civilized ,

OF LATE world, to have the dummy run its .

PRESIDENT GRANT. 'regular schedule last Sunday. .
Many people in Florida will be In. : A Miss Alice Sweeney 's visiting her In the November Number .
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to learn of the of
rested marriage sister Mrs. William Corners, of Pen-

jjr, George H. Woolston of Hibernia sacola, this week. Now Sale at all News-stands
fla and Miss Rosemary Sartoris of it Mrs. Cobb, of Pensacola, visited her on
jv'eir York, granddaughter of the late sister, Mrs. Fred Blum, last week.
General Ulysses S. Grant 'Mrs. Vogel has returned from 10 cents Copy $1.00 a year

The marriage occured in New 4 'Montgomery, where she has been at

York last Tuesday at noon at Cat B'I tending she fair. THE FRANK A. MUNSEY CO. New York
vary Episcopal church the Rev. I i
Thornton F. Turner officiating. Mrs. Sells More of Chamberlain's Cough I
I Remedy than of. All Others Put ,
gartoris and her daughter returnedfrom ,

vedilaff Europe was a last very quiet Saturday.one, 'Mrs.oatnris The. ;I \ \\ Thos. George Together.Mr. a. merchant at 'THE. STATE FAIR 1............................................-..- : *

I and three gentlemen two of :Mt Elgin, Ontario, says: "I have had

utoa were friends of the groom, be- the local agency for Chamberlain's AT TAMPA I'.J r>
fcg the only other persons present: Cough Remedy every since It was in- i JUST ONE'

Xf Woolston is a member of a ... troduced lara Canada and I sell as A feature of the coming state fair
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yroEinwit: English family, and one of much of it as I do of all other 'lines at Tampa, that will be unrivaled In IMPURE or WEAK ---I
tour brother who came to Florida I have on my shelves put together.Of (magnificence, will be a grand horse

gone: twenty years ago He and his the many dozens sold under guarantee show, at which the finest saddle and Medicine: will spoil the t : 4i
brother Reginald have resided at HlUrala I have not had one bottle re- harness horses in Florida will com '
most of the time, where theyare turned. I can personally recommendthis pete for large prizes offered in addition whole effect of a i
interested in orange culture. One medicine as I have used it my- to those offered on live-stock. in -. '

brotner married )1111 De Grove, a sister self and given It to my children and the official premium list The horse .I I
of C&pt De Grove of the steamer I F. always with the best results." For show will occur on the afternoons of
Garner at t ,. 1 1f sale by all druggists. November 16 and 17. There will be Points that we pride
Mary and U present livingat
ourselves on are; :
ten events, five being Judged each af
Green Cove Springs. .I.I'j ; fi $5,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD SE. ternoon. Many ladies and gentlemen : .
Mr and Mrs. \Voolston left Immediately > <.. ; CURITY. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT owning fine horses have already announced I j I High-Grade Drugs,
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tor a wedding tour. They CO. the intention of entering I 1 I Accurate Compounding, '
have planned to to their Florida -
go their animals, which they will ride i'1
estate about January first and drive themselves. A cordial In : No Substituting.
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The regular monthly meeting of Ii\ h. vitation is extended to all horse own- : WE: SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. I
I McKINNOMVILLESoeelal : to have their an'mals
; I ers entered in
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The
Daughters of the King, trill take .. +
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the show. Those to do
place Friday afternoon at four o'clockin i.- desiring ao i
\ should write President J. T. L: !: ,
the choir rooms.... of Christ Ohueh. i .P ...Is' Brown for particulars at once. Florida I l:1 IT'S A WASTE OF WORDS
Mr Columbus Blrce, a prominent .' tdtTho Journal.- boasts of many fine horses, and the I I .
,: McKInnonvllle .
Oct. -Mr. Shea,
cotton: merchant of New Orleans, IB ..' ",> formerly of Pensacola 'but now of show is expected to be the finest ever I 1 I to attempt to explain the merits of our Syrup 2
held In the south. It will be the
here the gtftest, for a few days, of Mr. Atlanta, was here Monday. Mr. Shea .
of White Pine with tar. We
John O'Connor. greatest social event of the fair Compound might i
BODICE FOR WEAR WITH CLOTH SUIT. started to drive{&t trip from Atlanta
Mr John R.-'R Osborne.""" of JacksonTflle ''Threepieceeostbm. s comprising a dkra-plaited chiffon trimmed with here with horse and wagon before the period.,, .. I I: talk a column about, it, and yet we'd fail to im- '

Is visiting his uncle Mr. J. M. coat and skirt and a separate bodiceto lace. The model was of silver gray storm Miss, and Mattie arrived Crabtree a few days niece ago. Croup.A : press you _half as much as you would be impressed -

street Roberts at his home on East Gregory match, will be much.in vogue this match.chiffon cloth The,Jacket the lace recton being dyed was to of Miss Bernice Crabtree, of and Pleasant, should reliable always medicine be kept in and the one home that I 2 by taking one dose if you are suffering ,

setsoo--ttw drawing illustrates a broadcloth of the same-shade, ornamented Grove, attended ..services here Sun -immediate use is Chamberlain's from a cough. Prices 25c and 50c. '

Mr and Mrs Frank Graham are waist with broadcloth trimmings with buttons of tie cloth em day. Cough Remedy. It will prevent the
receiving! ; the congratulations: of which conld.be copied -in any colorto broidered in cut steel The waist Mr. Agnew Thompson of Bay Mi- attack If given as soon as the childbecomes : Agent for Whitman's Candies. i
friends oa account of the arrival at match a street ooctuma. belt may be of velvet, silk or of cloth, nette, Ala., was a visitor here Sun hoarse, or even after the I I

Cleft twelve-pound home on baby IStfc daughter.The avenue, .of a fini I. The under blouse was of accor- as desired. day.Messrs.. RobL and Larkin Mathis, all croupy druggists.cough appears. For sale by The Crystal Pharmacy,

'! of Enon, visited here one day last
Married Imdtei' Euchre Club I est scores were: : Mrs. Herman How- efforts in securing news matter for week. PHONES-68t.. Brent Building. i j

was entertained at its held land. first prize, a cut glass bon-bon his paper. Misses Mary/ Ada and Master Lar- i.
last Tuesday, by Mrs. Francis meeting Blum dish; Mrs. Harry Bluer second The ,Club-it. held Its usual key Fleming attended services at East, Hill Grocery Co. .................... .. .............................
Progress
er The party was,well attended and !prize a 'hand'painted :salad dish. card and Pleasant Grove Sunday.Mr. M. F. BOWES. Manager. I
refreshments af! Wednesday nIght party Lee Wfeters spent last week In Increased business makes two phone
were served at the fin I The next meeting. n Tuesday
last night and another i
dance at. the club rooms ; necessary new deliverywagon
ish of the game. Those who were I ternoon, will be with Mrs. M. L. Roch.i Quite a large number attended and I Bay Minette, Ala.Mr. need have no terrors for
fortunate enough to make the high- :at her home' ',on East: Government I Ii Arthur Pigter spent several youif '
was spent :
i street. a very pleasant evening. .-= days in Pensacola: last week. REMOVED TO ROOf 302 BRENT WASH DAY you send your washing to
I : BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK, i
I Miss Jessie Fleming visited relatives
-"t.-1t. Mr. Arthur Brown and Mr. Ben Wit
The New Method
Mrs. James McHBffc, Sr., who has tich have returned from a very en in Baldwin: county, Alabama. a JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR Laundry, I
New Edison I had quite .a 'severe attack of La I joyable fishing trip up the bay. They few days last week. PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. PHONE 1188 E. w. LAWRENCE. Prop ate Method uandr EM* W. UJUA: n '

GOLD MEDAL RECORDS Grippe, is convalescing and will soon were absent several days .and. had Master Guy Grey of Enon.. is visit -NOTICE.- AGENTS WANTED.
I be able to, be out again. luck. ing his aunt, Mrs. Bee Bray this week. I IJ.
very good The poll'ng! places for the general
h4. Mr. lying and family, of Baldwin
November, 1906. I Lodge Number Fourteen Rathbone There will be-it.-a meeting of the county, Alabama. moved here re- election of November (b, will be

$386-Bohemian Festival (Massenet), Sisters held a social session last Home Missionary Society of the Pala- cently. places usually used, except In pre J. F DAVIS JEWELERNow
Edison Concert Band Fete Boheme). : night, which. was very much enjoyed.I fox street" Methodist church 'this .afternoon -. Messrs. RobL McK'nnon and Thoa cinct No. 4. where the voting place ,
From: Massenet's Suit;"Seenes Pittores9367 Fire new members were::initiated into .I at half past three o'clock. iPr'ngle went to Pine Barren Tues- will be at John Yates" s'ore. Now In
Cjle. I the mysteries! of "Rathboneiim," dav. A. M. McM'LLAN, Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St.
-The Moon Haa HIs Eyes on You x-and as
Commissioners.
(Hubert Von Tilzer), Ada Jones. Descriptive and after the Initiation refreshmentswere I Mrs. Bob Hardy spent last week In Clerk Board County
song1! orch. accom. I served, which consisted of'I Mr. Will'am B. Crawford .and Mr. MolinoMr %7octl wk.

Doesn't 9338-The Hang Bee Around that, the Gets Hive the (Honey Hell). cakes and Ices.. I,I I John Crawford have arrived' in Pen C. S. Larkin.. of Molino, was a New Shipment.
Bob Roberts. Coon song sung by Lew "" .-"t." sa cola. and are at present at the Mer caller here Sunday.
Dockatader, orch aecom. Captain W. W. Flournoy of Do chant's: Hotel. These talented young Mr Bob Hardv scent a few days of Fourth shipment of Cooper's Remedies $ 3O
Klmmble.9389-Medley of Reels (Original), John Funiak Springs, is In the city for a ren come to this city for the purpose last week at Bay Minette, Ala. ; received yesterday at D'Alemberte's .
Accordion solo piano accom. Store. Those wishing
9390-Face to Face (Herbert Johnson). few days on a business visit, of locating here. They are sons of Drug this med'clna may obtain it will buy one of Howard Chandler Christy's beautiful .
Harry -"t." ."" of Hon. H. Crawford some
Anthony. Sacred spns orch. ac- Clay :: secretaryof In Time, of Peace.In
com Mrs. Wm. Maclay will leave Sat state, and are lately graduatedfrom ; here. pictures in full .colors' handsomely framed, with-
months of the Russia-
first
Tilzer 9391! -), :11Inf: &Rag arT..le"a::: "a-, urday for Montgomery, to attend the the law depart cent of Washing Japan the war we had a striking exampleof REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT many striking designs to select from.Coo's ;
: Walker .
Mr
,
of her
grandson
wedding ton and
orch Lee College and the University
accom.
x ; and BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK,
for preparation
9392-The Next Horse I Ride On (Murray Dorr WIllis and Miss Annie W. Lowe, of Vrjinla.: The youn sontle- the necessity ESTATE. LIST YOUR B ] store "
of those who JR. REAL oo
& E\erard). Helen Trlx. Vesta Vic- which the seventh of No- the early! advantage BO
occurs on will be
men a 'pleasant add :ton to
WITH, ME FOR SALE.
toria's
vaudeville comic sons hit. orch. to speak, "have shingled their roofsIn PROPERTY
acoom. vember. IPensacola's social as well as busi- New Brent Building. Phone 235.
9393-Blue Ribbon March (Ecke), Edison .,.. ."'- ness life. dry weather? The virtue of preparation ,
Military Band. Conducted by the Mr. and Mrs. Price Goodman, who 'L ."". has made history and given to ..
Composer.93HWon't. 'have been the guests of Mrs. Robert Mrs John Blake Mt last night for us our greatest men. The individualas
House? Irving You Gillette Come(Williams Over to& Van My Laaiford: at her residence, 114 West Norfolk, where she will spend some well as the nation should be prepared "The Best is What We Sell"
Alstrne). New Descriptive song by the I' Garden street, have returned to their weeks there with :Mr.:\ Blake. for any emergency. Are you
writers, of "In the Shade of the Old Apple home,.in MobJe. prepared successfully combat the "
Tn-e 939 orch. accom. -1\- There's noneJust as good as Blue first cold you take A cold can be \ RICHARD HUDNUT'SIOILETARTI
;-Are You Going Out tonight, Mary
Ann' Billy Murray (Von Tilzer) An Irish Mr. and Mrs. John Creary have Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla.. Absolutely cure, much more quickly when treated .,
,
srenaJe, orch. accom. gone to housekeeping at 21 East pure, po twice as far and the "Blue as soon as it has been contractedand For The
9n-Draw Me Nearer (Doane), Anthony LaRua street. Ribbon Flavor" Is perfection. 'Ask before It has become settled In
.. 4 Harrison. Sacred duet oreh --'It. for the '25c: size.National. the' system. Chamberlain's Cough LES AND EXTRACTSAre

9397-Happy Lena Polka (Heidelberg), Mrs. R. K. White and three chil Remedy is famous for its. cures of I
Albert, Benzler. Xylophone solo, orch. dren. Graham. .Pcrsey and Dove, are colds and it should be kept at hand
a nm expected home this week from Virginia __ .
9398 .0. r 4 for Instant use. For sale by BREAKFASTHecker's
--Not Because Your Hair Is Curly ready
'Adam Harry McOenough.: Sentimental I where they have spent the past all druggists.
song. 'u 'h. accom. two months. At Oraston. Va., Mrs. I f; delightfully agreeable this season.
9 i
I l white was Joiae4by her REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT
(Origin Harlan A. Stanley. Rube sketch lady should have them in her
I' Every
Introdutmg the old time song "Sally Heir, who came from Salt Lake City ; BUILDING.! JOHN. W. BULLOCK.
Come I:p" and incidental effects. to visit her daughter- and relatives at Company's CakesWe JH REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR Buckwheat, dresser. We also sell Mulhen's 4711 ,
9400-Lover and the Bird (GuHelmo), her old homa. PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE.
Forence! with bird nd Ex-
Hinkle. Soprano song Cologne* ,Soaps. Heubigant's

imitations 94C1-Frau by Louisa Jog Belmont(Pryor)orch.A comedy accom. Mrs W. J. haad daughter Miss have a very complete 1 J. P. WILLIAMS CO. Ralston's Mnca&Ur.FlapJack tracts Coudray's Extracts, Soaps, Face \
rela-
*auti: Julia, who have been visiting
402-Edison Song of Concert the Nations Band. (Belmont), tives in Pensacola; have returned to line of these cakes IN BRENT BUILDING Flour. and Sachet Powders, Piver's Extracts

caclngatch Edlllfilrd: Meeker.am Descriptive Rhein" "AVearinc song Intro-of their home at Cottage' Bill. and wafers, our sales be- The J, P. XVihams Company has re II and Sachet 'Powders, Lubin's Extracts,
"
"
the Green by,"' Joe and:Belmont"Red. White orch.and accom.Blue"JWsUea Mrs. A.E. IAwilhaa= returned froma jng so.rapid that there is moved Its offices to the new Brent Maple Syrup, Roger and Gallet's Sachet and Face

J 6()i-Cheer up Mary (Kendis & Paley). three month's delightful visit, to in building and _now occupies three I Powder and Extracts
Soaps ,
acroTiW04jngies fyron G. Harlan. Descriptive bong, orch. friends in Virginia and Miss'ssippl.! never any difficulty rooms 376, 378, 380 and 382 Peopleha'vlni Florida Syrup. Atkinson's

Joke and Rhymes (Burt). In the latter place she spent month keeping our stock; perfectly ; business with this companyare Lautier's Extracts.We i

1 toward l;OR M. Favor.. Comic Song, orch. very J pleasantly with her brotherinlaw fresh. The crisp- reques'ed to note the change and Mackerel (new catch)
quarters. '
_Ci--GoIden( Crown Overture (Herman) and family. of cracker' call at its new Have flUed Over-,200,000 Prescription Since Beginning Business
-arr. ness a
2101 Symphony Orch. Ed ; you 219-PHONES- 1. in kits large size $1.25.
Mrs. ,
94 Everybody Good Old The little 10D- ot Mr, and ,
Have a know is half its
lime. (Rogers) Arthur Collins. Coon ward P. Preston-who has been very good- East Hill Grocery Co.
1**.&. orch. ac'oro.S4C7Jlm 111 is improving. ness. M F, B0t{ fS' Manager.i .
Jackson's Last Farewell, Ada ..,. Increased business makes two phones"
Jones i Len Spencer Original), With The Jacksonville Times Union says: 'I'necessary and another new delivery. W. A D'Akmberte S
wrnostra I
; Incidental and Introduc-
effects I
_.
h Ben H. Thomas.-:: managing editor wagon( v 6 Gerelds
:If the coon *ris' **I T* Said My Last I Mr. ,,'' Rosenau ,
I
F4r333sell" Fisher) of The Peneacola Journal accompanied ; !, Skating Rink Open. i j
.. Nellie"Went Away (Taylor), I(I Sol Cahn & Go !
dlon! by Mrs. Thomas, arrived in :, Bruce's skating r'nk is now open !
Male ..
Quartette. Male quartette will 1 and In FANCY GROCERS Druggist and Apothecary -
i i THE
lIr.a'-omf'aniec1 ,. Jacksonville Sunday night and every n'bt! except Saturday j I
Edison Waltlng at ,the Church Medley be guests at the ,Aragon for several,I Tht PureTood Star' : tie afternoon on Saturdays Thursdays -
Military Band. (Original) Intro- Mr. Thomas, during the'recent '' MondaysANOTHETSHIPMENT_ 116 SOUTH PAUFOXST. STREET PHONE 10
dada g "waiting at the Church.; ". "Soroo- days Southwest Comer Palsies_ and 'lnten'encia and 121 SOUTH PALAFOX
hardon
w.*." "The stars, the Stripes. and. You". hurricane at Pnsaoola worked OF COOP
,
ltd Bill bimmons" the two' great storm editions> issued Phon.. J 178' 'I Phone 391
I
by The Pensacola Journal "and 480'J ,ER'S REMEDIES JUST RECEIVED
The Cl utter-Music House. deserves J1uch.credit. for his untiring 1AT'-THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY. ,,





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II: ADVERTISEMENTS THATj_ u: I




i; ...... .. .. ........... ... L. S. Brown & Co."WE : '





;; I. REAL ESTATE.i..i I. ,).EHegaJnltJHromelfor $25@@ DeLumia DESIRABLE Street Thiesen Building SELL-, LOTS.' Phone" '18. I PANAMA i CITY l! cscsttecoooiB




Six rooms, bath, gas, electric lights 7
: i FOR SALE i ii ewer connection, etc., corner Jacksonand .Se Coi1. block.132 I
14
,
Qulllemarde, one block from Lee OFFICES $ 735.00-Lots 11 to' ."
New City.
Square. FLORIDA
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RENTS COLLECTED .AND, PROMPT FOR 'RENT .
i ion RETURNS MADE. $1200,00-Eleven lots, block 270, New City. '

: 107x110 feet, excellent neighborhood, .. i iade.mi
2 Dwel'Ings! on large corner lot, ; .
East Wright street ........................................;.. $4500 00 REAL MONEY ESTATE PLACED MORGTAGES.AT INTEREST ON I .

I.room dwelling on East Zarragossa street near Seville square ...$2100 00 :: WANT PROPERTY TO BUY. A CAN HOME SELL ON INVESTIN YOU three They weeks will; be are ready on second In about floor '1000.00For New 95 City feet: Splendid through block232 fruit and. f' NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL, !

Large 1 story dwelling on East Intendencla street ..................$1009 00 EITHER. of Chamber of ,Commerce bund good neighborhood. Old''

: 7-room dwelling, excellent neighborhood,:on East Hill, with lot 11Ox1 : WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? ing. Gas, electricity and toiletThreeStorV i ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY :

feet, stone walk, stables, etc. ..... ....... ...-.................$4500 00 : WE CAN SEL LIT. $1300.00-:X11 of block 117, East ,KIng '

2-story, 8.room dwelling on Wright street, near pal 'fox ........ .$8000 00 Fire Insurance Placed in Tract. i i ..1FNei

6-room dwelling on corner lot on East Gadcden street, lot 120x13214\ 'First-Class Companies. Building Panama Hotel Saw and Planing Mill : T feet, with bath and gas ......................H............. ... $3250 00 i quarter (5 lots) -block 128 : open, ma-
$1300.00-5W here Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot :
for Rent.This NewCitl-TraCt chinery .
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5-room dwelling desirably located on North Aleanlz street, with lot

50x170 feet ...............!.............. ........................ $2000 00 LESLIEljROOKSReal Wagon \Vharf built. Bank and $tore building
: !
'. is north of, the Chamber of
6-room dwelling at Gould Ing, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of DeLuna 5OO.00-FOur lots NW Cor 'block 42. Atlanta & St. Andrews. Bay Ry.
i land ................,.............. .,..Ww, .....,',' '" .:..... $2500 00 Commerce building on I $. West King Tract on .car line. going up. nearing .
i ; : street; has all modern CODvenI I the
Estate .. city. .
'
i iences and is adapted for stores ,- % .

and Insurance offices or small hoteL
and 22. block 112, on .potTIJ

; i HOOTON WATSON : Phone 462. 112. S. PalafoxIPOSalle. For particulars apply toMcDAVIDHYER t.500.DO-Lob. North 21 Palafox St. i GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR i



THE RENTAL AGENTS, i $1508.00.: W% block 251, New City Tract. : :

: : CO. : Write or.SeeTHE :

-i Real Estate. Insurance 'and Loans i Agents New York -I ,
I $3000.00..Lo5: (W%) block 29. New -

: I Life Insurancs Company. II City. East Gregory on railroad. I PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY i

No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. .. 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., I II Splendid for lumber yard. "

: .i Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. .
..... .. .. ............... ...... ................ ... I '
$250000-For an Ideal Home. 514 North $13500.00-Elegant lot on Garden street :.................... ... .........,. .-................:

Hayne Street a 7-room and hall I II 80x192, near Southern Hotel
"' cottage, with all modern conveniences I
HELP WANTED. WANTED: -
-
LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPM'f.(
I
820 WANTED $300000.:-For bib West .Wright street a $sooo. -Lot on Intendencta street, near
iW ANTED-A reliable nurse. Apply -Experienced man wants -
position very desirable 8-room and hall fORSALE 77x170.
Baylen.
North, Baylen street. boy of references.as foreman Address in planing"A." Care mill.Journal Best- residence with large lot. i > Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola'and Points North. e

:WANTED-Two draymen at No 8 and 10 Inovlw f -

West Intendencia street. Apply at $1850.DO-Gets 5 houses West Jackson READ DOWN READ UP
on
ace. In3t POSITION WANTED by band or gang street renting for J25: .00 per Trains Nos. Trains No.
saw filer. Work guaranteed. "Filer," NnCEJE.nTILE 2 4. i 1l 1 1M
month. As investment
Money to loan at lowest market rate an you
A."iTED-A: first-class dry goods sales Care Journal. 27octlw* of interest. A will find profitable.. 11:05pm 11:11am ................... .................. ':O am 4-rcpp
man. None but experienced need ap Mortgages on real estate in this city C:30am\ 1:20pm Ar."_........_.....,.Montgomery.: .._._..__._.._.. :3pm'h' 15ano
ply. Apply to Louis Friedman & CoInov3t WANTED-To rent second-hand type- bought and sold. l1:45am 9:10pm Ar..1..............-Blrm .........._..... l( 4Qpm s :aJt
_
writer. ,Apply. at the Majes Printing Co. All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" 75pml 3:17am Ar.................. ......_........... 8:4sam 2 a'_ i

.WATED-YOZDg man from country as 26oct street now for sale. HOnE $350000-For 5 lots and 6-room cottage 8OOpmI) 1 3.37ami ................... .......!....!..... 8I.am 'Oar;
northwest Reus and Cer-
Henderson.collector for UH loan South office Palafox Address Pen P sa-u. WANTED. in-Good flrst-.lass room' neighborhood with bath; will attached -I II' antes street corner-a good bargain. 7:4OamJ 1:2SamI 2l0pm LISamI, .y;:::::::::::::::::. la :::::::::::::::::::t: I' 3:00am1 8:4.pml; 3'IO1'1

cola. Fla. 31t>ct2t also take breakfast and supper if con- 7:50pml :% Lv...;......... .....Naahville.................Ar 8:21am Z.I :
venient.. Address J. P. 1... P. O Box 2JOam. 8:30am ?................._. .:..._.............. t 1:45am t:3Opl (
ANTED-Assistant shipping clerk. <7>. oct21 I' Four rooms and hall. No. 331 East In- $200000-Take a look at t o. 1201 North 1Oa.ml1OOn'n: ,Ar;.................Cincinnati.;........... .....Lv 11.00pm GCilpID
Must be able to tally lumber.. Apply to Fisher Real Estate Agency1-tendencla street. This house is being Davis street. It's worth the
Saunders Mill Co.. Brent Road. Sloctlw "' 1I."TED-TO rent a six-room ,house in .thoroughlv overhauled, :painted and the : '
a desirable neighborhood by a permanent :walls on the inside are being tinted This money. BETWEEN PENSACOLA. MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS. I
WANTED-Bright young man to do tenant. Address, Box 103, City. COLLECTION OF RENTS A will make a nice! home and is close to :
janitor work in exchange for courseIn ISoctlm I your business.m sea. on .easy. pay \ 6&7 2&3 4&1 3& 2 1&4 i & 1
typewriting and stenography. Pensa SPECIALTY. ': ments for '-' 7:OOamlll OSpm 11:55am! Lv..Pensacola..Ar .OOaml 4: ')pm 6pn10:45am 1
cola Business College Sloct WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay Phone 87. 206 S.; Palafox St. I If you List have'property with us for for quick sale results.or exchange, | 2.56am: 12pm Ar............Mobile.........::..Lv8.15pm ,12::40am'll, :58am) zBn.:
I 15c dozen. I handle all leading brandsof $1000. : 6:00pm! 7:15am ) Ar........ New Orleans..Lv I SlSpmj--------| %.za'1\\ 1
.WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. wines beers and whiskies and still 1I
The well-known Moler System of Colleges manufacture that well-established cough I I
FLOMATON; PENSACOLA RIVER ,JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE
m dlclne. Joe ,
fourteen Roth Tarragonaand
founded la 135. located in corner Salesmen:
leading cities offer splendid advantages Government Bts. llott MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESSES The northeast one'o""'" of block 175. 21 I 5 I 1. I 3 Trains do not stop at stations 2 I 4 I t' B
practical experience qualified instructors .in the New,City tracU This place is Just i B. Daily I Daily IDaDy ,Daily t where no time is shown I Daily Daily]Dally! Path
I Jas. B. Perkins. Wm.
life scholarship registered diplomas. WANTED-First-class. hat cleaning. Old acro<<5 the street from Mr. Bear new Runyan. ......
: 4:5 2:30
2.50 Lv..F1omaton..Ar H:41; 1:21 8:35
positions and locations. Catalogue mailed bats blocking made new.Satisfaction Cleaning pressingand if desired RE."OV. Guaranteed.TED-XfOW Car t;ckfurnished 'residence. It is worth"$1500. I will sell ...... 5:00 %:35 %:55 ............,Century......___.... 1:40 11 8:21. ..'..
free Moler Barber. College New Orleans guaranteed .it for > ...... 5:07 %:4J '3:0t. ..........Blutt Springs .......... .1:33 1:1'' 8:1ii..n.
and
Panamas. taken
SIc( Se matting laid. Leave
Straws. % pet .
La. 2Soct6t : ; Felt 35c; up j t io4: ...... IiJi '2.111 .. ......... .
$ .
I Derbys. .25c. Victor Louis. 100 E. Inten- orders at Watson Parker Reese f FOR SALE. 3:20..McDaoid. ; .13:3! 1(15: "
:demia street. All in. \Vesley Duncan. Co.'s.-1! ;. ,- ...... 5:30 3:04 *Z:36..Pine Barren........... '1:08 1'12:25 86\\_ .. WhG
"WANTED man to assist with house come Goctlm sept 6r --------- ...... 5:39 3:13.3.60[ .,............MoUno ............. '11:59 13:43 ..
work and tend to horse. Apply 619 N' j: A."TEDAIJ)1'ners! or to DR. 'A. W. HFRMAN. ChIropodIst r: .' I, .. FOR SALE One nice revolving show ...,.. -5:43.: ... -4:0 I ............Quintette............. *11:51i.J2:34 '1:119i _
Palafox Corner Gadsden. 2Soct I i know that..we are agents for poultry the celebrated room 301 Brent Building 3dlloor. All :i' 1 for sale.- Apply to 108 East Wright ...... 'i 5:53 '36 '4:11 ...........COttage Hill .......... .'11:44 12:29 ,'1:4 ..
: Conkey1? Poultry Remedies Guaranteed -- bunions ingrowing nails case Inovlw* ...... ':5:57; 39 '4:15 ...........Cantonement.......... .'11:40 16 1:311( .,.
removed
WANTED-Two draymen: Apply at 81 I to cure rupe, coolers (gape and to. corns scientifically without pain. Manicuring street. ...... 'i:01 !3:34 '!:%3 ............GoDzalez.......;.... 11:35 .1:21 .7: 61 ..,
and 10 W., lntendencia street. 23oct, kill Teas lice and mites.' Also: ther a >e<:ia1tY. 24octlm'" J.v. Bullock Jr.Real I ...... 9:03' -3:6 *4:25. .............P.oberts............. : *12:19 '1n .
wonderful egg producer. F. S. Mellen & ; FOR SALE ATA BARGAIN-25,000 ...... '6:11 '3:45 '4to. ,............Ollve.............. .11:%% *t2:09 '1:15 .,
A.'lTED-Engra"er. clock and jewelry. Co. Phone No ::34. ISapr.WANTED TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruit I I brick, one 35-hor power, engine 100 ...... 'i1 '3:51 '4:48.. ,..............Brent.............. 11.15 1:04 .lO9.: .......
repairer with tools. State experience.ge K trees of all kinds, also hedge plants feet 1-lnch p'pe This engine jus the ..... 6:25: .354; .4:52j:: ....._..... Gouldlng ............ 11:11 *12:0 7-05 I.. ,."
:
> and Store.salary}'lor.la.Ia.expected.. The 20oct O! -At once a four or five-room furnished and planted by S. D Jackson,j Estate and, Mortgage"*. Loans thing for a small! saw milL Address Box ....... 6.30 4.001 5.00 Ar......... Pensacola.. .......Lv 11.05: 11:55OOl
Sloctlm
\\l rug 'f 'S"- 103. Pensacola Fla.
cottage. :Must be close in and in good on terms to suit customers Best .
t I WANTED-Neat white gill to do office neighborhood. .Address_ 123. Care Tour- ences.. Address S- D. Jackson Room 302 Brent..Building, t. I I I Xe ,
work. Apply roam No 1, Masonic I naL 2asept rE-fer-1 FOR SALE-Horse and buggy. Apply to mil.I (r 1 1. I j, All

t !Temple.. 19oct_ I TAILORING: L O'amono. Tailor. Box 173. Phone 637MISCELLANEOUS. Henry .Rausher 507 South Palafox 5:00....... ...... 'i: Lv..Pensacola..tx I .
Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and WAGON AND CARRIAGE IIgr-We street 31Oct2f S 5:20..s '1:13. ............Boht'mia........ ... j; 'U'I\\
I I repaired In 1 .
WANTED-Carpenters wanted. Apply on short notice. No. 11 West- are now our new quarters, East 5:% ............, 7:15 _..........Gull Point........... .-1050--------------- :
Goulding Fertiliser Company. 14oct : Government fet; Pensacola. Fla.% Intendencla in and and prepared t'lufl i everything : FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures ::5 ...... ... ..... .. ............Yniestra............ 'IS ;'.
wagon ng and and billiard tables etc. In a finelocation. : ...... .... '1:18 ........... ..
i E. L. Herring, City pool .Escam ia... ........ ..108.. .........,-
A1I."l'ED-F1nrt-o carriage blacksmith WANTED P. Bingham wants jour repiirlne ; 14octMI'SIC At a bargain if.sold at once. a 5:4(1...... ... '1:25 .............Muiat............. ..*1019............, .1

right and man.wood'vorker.A l Jress. John Good G.positionfor Welsh., moving breakage.and Phone hauling.\>3Q H* guaranteesall Brent-Building.:Mi!'s Cawtfio'iTs'Voice.and"piano.'Studio pecial:386: _w.MRS.'JOTIX 'Iddress box 103 City. SJaept : 5p.- ....::::::.::...-135; ... ;J a City....:::..::::::: :::::: :::::: ::::: 'i., ;,

Carriage Works. Pensacola, Fla. !9oct CREARY-'ha agency for'IloleProof" FOR SALE-Four good schooners suit 6o ... '13:1: ........_... .
attention given to correct breathing and With .I""" .Milton..t....... 10:05............ : .4

.. ..-----. WANTED. ;-floats Carriages built repaired to order and, horse repainted placement.pupils In primary Miss Beatrice piano. elocution White tales and pairs you get a guarantee Hosiery. that they every will 6 : able!! "for M."lake care sound JoumaL and river 2laug Address : 6:35.::::.::.::..'.8:is.. -.::::::::::... Range, ...:::::::::::' .::::::..::::::.': :::: : :: '

'L LOST. shoeing a specialty. J. G Welsh Cai- dramatic art. Phone 1284 Miss Caw- 21 wear East six LaRua.months. Phone 55, or Sloctlw call at 1......... 8.30. ..............:P.lilligan............. :........ ..... _
riage Co.WANTEDThe. thon 810 MIss White. 14octTARRANCE FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furniture 7:03. : t:: .., ...... .. .9:01 ...... .... : "
business at 138 E. Intenaencia St. ..:::::: ::: ::. .:::::::::.. :trC.:.:.:..... .... .
LOST-White pointer dog, answering the H ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet ..... ... ... .. .
Merchants Transfer Co. Box 325 City. 2oot 8.3. 9:1 ... .Mossy Head.......... 8:33 .
J name of "Nan. Reward. Notify Cal- wants your moving and hauling. All &: ADVIR.. Livery. .De- Iron Worker, cornice ,work and skylights Address 9:1& ........... .9:3;,.. ........DeFuniak Springs.. ...... ....."h.' ... Ph
houn at barge ofi: ie. Phone :530 _Sloct breakage guaranteed. T.,. ,B. .Therein Funiak; single or double teams night a specialty; roofing guttering and C 9:44..Argyle.. ... .. ;
; Proprietor. Phons '78. or day new rigs good service polite repairing. 109 East; Government opera AUTOMOBILE: -Sell or trade; nearly 9:30.g.:::::: :::::: : ::::::::::p ,. DeLeon.:::::::. : :W...... --

LOST-LAdy's polif' watch; lost either on drivers. Give' us a trial.' hone 59. house building. Phone:,.1316' 2junelm new and in good condition. will sell or ............. 10:1(1 ............WestvilIe............ 7:29.-: .::::::.::::: -
dummy or between dummy depot and Ao."TED-AI1 fads of electrical work. 6octlm trade for a good; horse. Address J. C. 10:2% ...... .....10:15. :...,........Caryville............ .' ...... ....
Kanfly Kitchen ;eward for return to I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand Brashears Milton Fla. 6octlm 10:45.: ..... ..... 10:30 .............. nifay............. G: 5....... ... '
the Kandy Kitchen. 30oct other electrical supplies.. When you DRAWINGS all kinds; Hun. Engine : % ..............10:41.. .............Ch pley............. : ...... : C(
need me ring 345 or 95:; E. W. Peake. .
LOST-Ship boat. marked "X ach VI" I New Star Laundry Bldg. E. Garden. Patent reasonable O'fice.rates.machine,Patentable and misc.idean madeat developed : ,FOR SALE.. FOR& Sons'SALE CHEAP in-, handsome Almost new rosewood Mehlen W .::::::.::::::. :: ....... :.t .::.....:::: > :::n -':.." ... -

of Kungsbacka. La stern; was lost from I Sail boats. launches Address- A bargain.piano Piano can be seen 1:10.. ..... ......11:% .......... :: : :::: ::::.
ship! Saturday night, 13th WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions case ... ...... ...
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rotrot. MrGowan. Pensacola.: Fla. at the Kandy Kitchen. t. 12:44 .11:4;) ..
W. G. 9septlm calling .3o<: ; w.1r904.
Reward for return to B. wanted. If out of town. ship FOR SALE-Ten Cerent: Pensacola by .
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lZiliI: \.... .... : ...... .. ..
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Master Bwed bark "Noach them to us; if in town. ring U3 up at No314k storm 'scenes on souvenir postal cards \
Andersen, : ............ ]%:02 _.......... II
.Marlanna..8:00.
? VL" IGoct or bring them tfJ us at corner of. J. H. PORTER sailmaker 716 South for 25c. P. P. P., Box 336 City. SOoct FOR. SALE-10.000 acres ( round timber 1:20.... ............1:1 ....... ; :::: : ::::' ,
-- -- -- Chase and Alcanli Sts. F. S. Mel'en\! & Palafox street. Orders taken for tents load land, 12,500 saw mill timber and sawmill : O ...!........... iiO.. Ar ... .
Co. %july awnings camp stools and house rots. FOR SALE-Car fine horses and 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several Al.! ,r
; BOARD AND ROOMS.FOR rtc. Prices reasonable. 31jaa mules just received, ,also two milch good farms and town properties.
cows with calf. Can be sef'n'at barn on Write Gentry. &. Setterlind. Chipley. Fla. Trains nand 22 and trains 2 aDd
cay through sleeping car bet 6'
West: Intendencia street. Turton & Mc- 23sept
RE-"T-N1cdy furnished home on HOTELS. SHIP CHANDLERS. -McKinzie Oertlng :Millan. 2Soct cola and Jackson.Dle via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
'
Barcelona stnvet for rent. Phone 127.Inoviw. & Co. wholesale and retail ship chandlers -
FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply -
Trains on' signaL
BRIGGS HOUSE-300 feet west of Union and grocers. Only first-class houseof FOR SALE-One fine Jersey cow with to The Lewis Bear Co. 6oct stop E
kind in city. Fair prices ,to alL : calf. ,Apply 809 East Strong
FURNISHED house to rent Owner to Depot. on Wright street; best location; young ,
St. 27e<-tlw FOR ALE Lodging house corner of .
board with tenant Phone 285. or call best rooms best Ijouse to stop at. Rates .. KMAfood
at 1102 East Gadsden street, during the 50c per da\'. 21octlra* CARRIAGES repaired af* repainted. Falnfox and Main streets known a.Dunn's Legal Advertisements.ADMINISTRATOR'S! I '
Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga FOR \LE-One-half interest In the O Lodging House. An established EVANSVilLE&
Inov
day. BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlak' Springs specialty J. "to Welsh Carriage Cora- K. drug store. Florala. Ala. Purchasermust business, everything complete; a good
TWO NICELY Au-nished for rent. Good ,beds. airy rooms. elegant meals: 27feb be competent tO manage business. investment for the right man. H. Muller. NOTICL .
rooms pan)
with or without board, privilege of bath free bath and sample rooms. Special Clean stock, cash trade. H. H. Mc- 400 S. Palafox. ItuctSECONBIIAND Notice is hereby given to creditors legatees
and phone; convenient to car IinEAd- attention to traveling men. Rates $!00 MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie Dougald, Proprietor. ;. 20oct distributees and all other persons TERRE HAUTERAILROAD
dress 1202 East Oldsdeii street. 27octlmo per day, J. R- Brown, Prop. Mims Proprietor Furniture repairing SAFE for sale. used having claims or demands. against the ,
of all kinds carpets laid furniture PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The only one year. Address P. O. Box 492. estate of Mary Bauer, deceased, to pre .
SOUTHERN packed for shipping. Phone 63 Journal-a magnificently Illustrated W. S. Hooton. 12 Intendencia.. boot sent the some to the undersigned within
TWO connecting rooms rurnished suit- HOTEL, -Open all the
Tampa landing. magazine, containing scores of views able for light tousi keeping; excellent )'ear. American and European plan. Next to 22aprilEDUCATIONAL. r-
and harbor. For sale t all FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwellIng .
the city ; 1, 1906. C. F. BAUER curlIen'meat"
neighborhood near business district. Apply Special summer rates.: First-class In I book stores or at The.iourncJ ollice. By excellent location near k>e. factory'good ; Administrator cum testamento annexo. THE DIRECT LINE TO
663. ,. Pleasant and I
phone SOoctlw every. respect. convenient. I mail 20 cents. Ilsept trade large lot good water, reasonable novloawSw
Mr T.L.
;; Bowen Prop., Pensa-
i terms at Marianna Fla. Address In Escambli County Circuit Court Phor
tOOM-Handwe.sely furnished southern col3.. Fla.
ISapt
W. E. Taylor Fla.
I Chipley 10octln Florida-In CHICAGOand
State of Chancery. Dock
exposure all modern conv emence blocks from po,toffice Apply 236 West BAY HOTEL-Open' night and day. European --- engine steam drying room. moulds Ferry complainant vs. Ptokey Perry, de-
Government. Phone 705 280c tl 1\' plan. Rooms light and cleanTransient MRS. lOLA BARTON :MASON win opena and everything complete for carrying on fendant. Divorce. On Monday the third points in the W
I I( trade solicited. 575-579 South school of Shorthand and Typewriting. business together with the finest bed of day of December. A. D. 1906. the defendant ,
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS with Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau. Prop. October 10. Apply either at 314 S/Al- I pottery clay in Escambia county. Located Nice! clean old papers for Pinkey Perry. 1. required to appear -
bath. Apply 222 West Belmont. 2Soctjnont caniz or Typewriter. Exchange,' 31$ right In the city.. Apply to or ad- to the bill filed against her herein. North and Northwest.
sale this office lOc
lRactJ I Brent build'ng ioctlm dress R. P. Reese. 16septf at per 100. This order to be published once each
I week for four consecutive weeks In The I
a -r.OOYS-Furnishf'd or unfurnished.- for- I! MONEY LOAN. Pensacola Journal a newspaper publishedin
said Escambia county. A. M. McMillan -
rent. Privilege light housekeeping. 254 l
street 2Soct I Clerk Circuit Court, by C. G. Harts- Exceptionally, Low RoundTrip -
past Gregory 13000;; <1.00 to loan on good security. Pensa I field. D. C. Pensacola Fla-. October 16. '

FOR RENT-Newly furnished tront room cola Investment Company. 30octILVVE 1906 octlSoaw4w Rates to all Summer
In family southern I I WRITE YOUR WANT AD! HERE. '
desirable private neighborhood and near exposure business YOU IDLE MONEY In the bank CREW NOTICE. Tourist Points. ,
I ran get you 8 per cent on the best Neither the Captain Ownersnor
Use of bath gasand phone
canter
Apply to 422:! West Gregory or, phone-13 8. : possible security.- Leslie E. Brooks 11! Consignees of the Br ss
Sotlm I South Palafox.. oct20 a Asuncion de Larrinaga will D. H. Hillman. S. L. Rogers .

I- MONEY LOANED on real estate andpersonal it' The Journal office When need have- be tracted responsible the for debts con- G. P. & T. A. .. General Agent,
TWO nice large unfurnished rooms for I' property on notice Send to day or night. you help, anythingto by crew of said Evansville Ind. Nashville Tenth' I (
vessel KRAMER
rent. Apply to F. R. McGee at Y. !&. Terms easy. J. \\. B tarof:% SouthPa1a.fox GULF TRANSIT CO.. Captain.

C. A. rooms. 2het St. Phone l\4li sell, rent, .exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the ConsIgnee, LI

,. I fOR RENT-Tire desirable rooms, centrally I CAN LEND WTO MONEY at eight ., CREW NOTICE. GA. FLA. & ALA. RY
I located; convenient to business cent. If have ,
rection; hotel and first-claaa. bearding' want per Interest on you. see me any about that It. you It work. : : Neither* nor the Consignee Captain Owner CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE

; house; :: corrl Reasonable 'will ke absolutely safe on real estate a Italian of the Tallahassee Fla. Atlanta
ship Marina to
rates, r s. References : .<<:urity. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. will be Madre LIT
exchanged. 80S North Spring str% t. responsible for debts
21oet.10t' contracted by, the Ga. (
MONEY TO -Everybody borrow crew of
I mUj said vesseL
money A Hall & Co, 14WE. '"' ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent Government lit When in need call ORDINARY WORDS MAKE :'ONE CAPTAIN SIMONETTA. to
SIX LINE.
.
with or without board. Table board. ROSASCO EROS, Consignee.
on us.MONEY
Phone gas and bath. No. I Pf1 Zloctlm**?** NOTICE TO Southwest Georgia and West Glj [
SUBSCRIBERS.
LOANED on all kinds of -
personal -
'
PUBNSH1OOM for rent. Apply 301 property on short notice. Terms : : > As all kicks register ( in this of Florida.Via .
; !boot J. B. Gray & Co. 2 W. : h-: :. ftcetor. .
%v. Chase street. easy.Phone: 11C5. Romana.ifes _ > _ failure of del!Yery of 'the b.OU.
FOR RENT with privilege of paper are charged Tip to the carriers, Steamer Lines, Carrabelle
ROOMS a .
: light housekeeping, use of bath and UNLIMITED amount 01 money to loan "' it is desirous that subscribers be Fla.and F
WO E. Jackson all I kinds of '- > : quite certain that .
phone; on car line. Apply on personal property. Sp#- the aper has not
or phoe 1457 lloctlm dal rates to business men on large been delivered before registering ,
HOMELIKE PLACE tot loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204% such j r GA. & ALA. RY GRir
PLEASANT South Palafox. ., .. '. kick.At FLA.
board on North HilL second door from I ,- "L: ---, times complaints comes in from I Low rates. quick service. to Taliai. i II'

car line For. particulars address IZoctlm No. SEastStrons THOS PEBLEY-Reai Estate and Loans. I a l ,- -_ _ --- houses at which we are certain the !, see and Quincy Fla. Bainbndge. Ar -9'
.
t -- _. Up-sUdrs. corner. Palafox and Romana ;, :'. -, paper has been ton and Cuthbert. Ga.For .
TWO FCRVISJirO or unfurnished rooms Sts. llseptlm : "- ; ::' ;. J! delivered and this is i Rates. and Information. write to

for rent for ligl l1t hOu'E'k..plng. Phone \ ,. .. obviously unjust to the toys. If you i H. McWILLIAMs. .
v JlOJ..rfir app'y: room 3. 204H fcouth Pala- do not get the paper'we want to know 'J.
!fftT. llOCt it; but please be certain. I Q .F. &: P. A.. Bainbrldge Ga _
FOR RENT.FOR : .- '\ -.-- . ---

,,.,, FOR clean RE."T-Rooms furnished rooms heap;sultab'e real. newly for RENT-A. R. Rales.-The rate on .a want ad filling .the above space i is,25 gents' first insertion -- -- -- I I REMOVED- ROOM 302 BRENT
light: housekeeping on the hill. Location Bingham has.tora e $5.000 TO
high and healthy.. Close to car line. room for rent, suitable for furniture I LOAN ON GOOD SE- [ BUILDING. JOHN W. BULLO ;

t Privilege of phone and g ts. Apply ,14 E. or other. goods 134 and 106 South Tarragona and 5 cents a for eachaciditional consecutive i insertigru Send casH'with the.ad. CURITY. PENSACOLAINVEST.. JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR
day
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JOURNAL. NOVEMBER. 1, tsoa. PAGE SEVEN.


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M RKT.REPORT[ I' MORE, WEATER DATA ........- ..... ...........................i..i.- ..... ; JACKSONVILLE

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Ain't it true that _\ 1r S. ; i


.. NAVAL STORE you never specify brands? So Washington to Get Reports | Witcher Zemurray & Co. CARNIVAL 1'

Savannah. Ga.. Oct. IL-The naval many don't. Did it ever occur From Alaska'and Russia.ST. .


4 4 stores..market........closed........to-day......aa..followswcf ....1 00: to you that when you don't, you Commission Brokers '1 r

4 r ROOFING ...................... are usually served with the long November 5-10 1906. :
20M
4 4 N .................,.........j.6.........:54 profit kind unbranded? PETERSBURG ACCEPTS PLAIE. ,
4 the bouse owner who ............................... .....5 00 i itI '
o ithDOt giying ...........,........................460 Learn what a good whiskey is, Pensacola end New Orleans
4 it a feeling of great utlsfacdoa.Y I ....................................4 SOJ demand it : SEABOARDAIR
and
g ........ .. by calling its real B. Garriott. Chief Feecter/S W. :
: J? .........,;......< 20 to 4 25 Intendencla. 820 Common.
4 ? Because he know that "Vui- *'.........................416to420 name, MARK ROGERS. This Observation From Central Siberia LINE RAILWAY -

.. a'tt": Rooficg- is the most perfect, F J, .. .415to417% name is recognized at all good 1mi Be of Great Va .. la MakJaa- I
Jtal! and wearing roof protection i ..* 405to412% \ Cotton Stocks Grain Provisions: ANNOUNCES A RATE OF !
; C ....".4 00 to 4 02V4Spirita' places. Fare ait_Success ef Report Sent ,

i If. [That's Wbj Turpentine*V H .cn$90. to 292- MARK ROGERS is an honest Out Oar I& Advance.Sltka bought and sold on margin or for investment. ONE FARE ; p

PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. old whiskey that you'll appreciate; Nome, Dawson 1 Plus 25 cents to Jacksonville and return I ... -
Vulcanite Roofingis all Cape Clt3.Mukden. for the' Public,
following Pensacola good judges do. Its *
tloThe: are furnished: by J' P.cotton Connor quota-& Petropavlovsk Irkutsk. Moscow Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. for Military cap&r B''al !
Co.. F. 0.. B. cotton .i flavor is delightful, andyou'll Bands. Rate apply from all Agency t
UNIVERSALLY use brokers. Pensacola. and St Petersburg If
: Fla.5 they don't Stations on Seaboard In Florida. j

yd( : roofs can be covered quickly and 3ood Mlddllar .........................1.'" want more. actually] appear shortly on the weather $ Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1i73.LL.
Strict Middling ..!....................10 Ripe and mellow. of the United States will at i j
:
"No speculation aboutAsk Middling ,777. map least
new.
v juo .... 10 Just little better DATES OF SALE.
( a
Strict Low Middling ...:.MI.I.ICIIIIII.9: ::: :::::::: % be represented as contributors of meteorological
::tanltC. than anything you'veever .....................................................
data from which November 5 6 7 8
: fur the"HIIIII That Jack Built" New York Cotton Market. tasted. Try it forecasts and 9. .
Open High. Low. Close. will be made op says a Washington
can ret It right here !n torn! i January ...1918 1020 1807 1017 now. -
joa
March ....1935 10.31 1925 1088 special dispatch to the New York Final Limit AH Tickets, November 11.

: .l M. Avery Hardware Co. May ......1041 10.4J 10.44 10.44 Globe. ? 1906. &
uTakJ
December ..10.12 |lO,12 1100 .JO.10 Q'uiDiD _
Liverpool Spots 6.51. BLOTHENTIUL It BICKAKT The weather bureau recently recelr- Can on your ticket agent. -

New York Spots 10.50. ed letters.from Petersburg: Indicating

I I GraIn and Provision; Market. ;' "B & B""THB that the czar's,government will accept -. It'l10 to 1 you doll ;you are victim S. C. BOYLSTON Jr.. !
,;
Wheat- of malaria.'a Asst Gen'l Pais Agent.JACKSONVILE.
I : : made to It .
'a propositions some time
'I; Open. HI h. Low. Close.December CHEAT BIG HOCSE"
It's
Don't Do It. Danienma.
U'AUR p$ ....74 74V4 74 74U ago looking to co-operation In making JAS. F. TAYLOR
StILJ-s May .......k.78% 79 78H ,7SH ATLANTASHIPPING We'll admit it-will cure malaria,, but it leaves Traveling Pas*. Agent.
Corn-: '. weather reports. Weather Is just as TAMPA.
after effects.
TUIiPtt11. !>: Ope", Hlsh. Low. Cloae. much an international commodity as _ almost deadly
December ....43" 4$* 43H 43% EDWARD F. COST ...
. May ..........44H 44 i 44}, 44fe the postal service and a sort of protocol 2nd Vice-President '

.. Oats- Open. High Low Close. NW[ has been arranged between the ; I HERBINEfe CHARLES Gen'l B.Paw.RYAN Agent.
.
December ....33% 33% 33% 3s United States and Russia by which PORTSMOUTHvA.DIRECTORY..

: May ..........35* 35V 35 35% .-- hereafter the United States weather fe purely and absolutely guaranteed

.. New York Stock'Market. Arrived Yesterday. sharps will have daily reported to them to cure malaria., sick headache Eiliouanesa,

. Sou. Pan .................. til, '89,% Lewlsham: Br ss Gavin. 178;). Rio ;Janeiro data about weather conditions of a aDd 8BNtOIIIaChk1dnCY and liTer cemplaiata.
Copper .....................111% 109% to the Wm. S. Keyser Co. .
: A. S. R. .....1....**.......132% 132% "Cleared region Tut1r'&Teater than ever before.In TRY IT TO-DAY. :
. Atch. ......................1f!% l oi Yesterday. fact ,when the scheme Is finally
.. August Belmont, Br ss Clarke. 2367, 50 Cents a. Bottle. All Druggists.
A. R. .....4..l*! 1&2S worked out to the
for forecasts
- B.LT. .................. 7SH 77H Bremen, with 13.482: square bales cot completion PROFESSIONAL.
B. t O. ....................119.' 111% ton. 450 round bales cotton 73ft tons coaL made In Washington will be Eased on UL -- J
Erie ........................ 43\ 43% bur Axminster.. with Br ss. Spick 1231, for Kara- reports covering a belt almost around
502,000 a ft
f. C.F.L 52 S0 lumber 10.322 bbls T. G. YATES M. D.
U. S: ..::::::::::::::::::::: 47 4SH% rosin. the world and chiefly within the north .
Tugela Br
eOFfEE1We U. S.. Pie .................10'% 106 U Nazalre es. Nicoll 2141. for St. temperate cone.Cooperation .
R. S. ....................... 34% 35 234,000 with ft lumber 702,000 s ft sawn timber, with Optician.
L. fc N. ....................143 2 142k s ; for Antwerp with Canada for a long
Lead ..............,........ 'iM. lumber.151.COO 5 ft sawn timber 1,239,000 8 ft time has given the benefit of valuable THE IMPROVIDENCE OF 306 Thiesen Building.
f. ...... Tri : 93 ,
.
data from the Canadian northwest ,
are the PI...... 1C. ........i..l'' Ij2; % as
Can. Paa. .........._.. .U7S% 115 VESSELS IN PORT. far as Medicine Bat and Edmonton N. Frederick Au f.ld. f. M. Btount. t.

.mm& Coffee Boarders of N. T C. ...,.............>. .337% 12iReadinj :!' Steamship W. T. Beyond that however. Is still AUSFIELD & BLOUNT :
...rnlJn ....................ln% 186C % MANY PEOPLEis
West Florida.McHUGH'S P. ..................'.,170% 170 Asuncion de Larrinaga Br ss, Kramer, the Immense area of Alaska and arrangements Architects
R. I. .__................... 27% 2 7% 2683. Rosario to Gulf Transit Co. are being perfected for reports 312-314
August Br Brent 43
Belmont. % Moses
ss Clarke 2967 Bldg. Bldg
.. 34 3Penna.
1m.m..m.m & R. :::::::::::::::::::::1(2 140w% Newcastle on Tyn to Gulf Transit Co.Axmfnster. from this region. It Is expectedthat Pensacola Fla. Montgomery, Ala.

U. P. .......................181% 1110% to master. Br SII. _Spink, 1231. Havana Daw son City Sitka. Nome. Fairbanks not due so much to a desire to spend every '

1m'm BLENDS Barendrecht Dutch sa. Hoekstra,. 2092, and other points In this Immense cent to their failure to understand WM. A. BORMANS, -
WITCHER ZEMURRAY A CO.'S DAILY they earn as -
Gulfport
to & Co.Benedict.
Cary
'mr northwestern empire will soon be sending Architectand Superintendent
COTTON LETTER. ."Br ss, Roberta, 1T58 Kingston '
the value of small economies. If
Pensacoia Ha.. Oct. M<.-Liverpool to S. P. Shotter Co. In their daily:reports. The difficulty a fftce-3C5 Brent Building..

have no equal Atria! came about 12 down this moramff with an Gracia Span ss, Ruts_ .. 2958 Liverpoolto has been to get observers and these start, no matter how small, would only be Phone 823. Pensacola, FU. .
I easier tone, spots seUlajr at 6.81. Sales Gulf Transit Co. ,
Ida. Aust ss, Hreguch 2093. Nw Orleans are now enlisting.From aside small
7.000 bales. made of laying a portion of the
the
'm'm will convince con- New York opened December at 1012. to Gulf Transit Co. Alaska.! Is Just a step acrossto SECRET SOCIETIES.
that selling down almost Immediately to 10 Klrkstall.. Br ss Hind., Colon to Asia and there on the vast steppesof income each week or month, the lesson of
lmE. noisseur we cents reacting to 10.Oi and tare was but Master
little change from these AcTtrw until the Tugela Br ss NIchoa, 211, Cardiff to Siberia is the real headquarters of economy would soon, be learned. Start an PENSACOLA LODGE. NO y.Pensacola .
Lodge. No. S. K. of P.
make no extravagantclaims. last hour when the market showed more H. Baars & Co. the weather Industry. Our supply
meets Monday 7 39o'clock
every evening at :
and advance ef six to eight account here to-day. One dollar does it
strength an Ships.Avantt largely originates there. To know at their temporary Castle Halloer'
.U* at I*.21
feQowed, s -
.! and pelnts December Immediately January advancing t
the high figure. The Market Cleaed fairly that in the westward continuation of E. H. DENNARD. C C. )
FerMira Fort ship, Barros 606 Lisbonto .
. steady at about the top figure! ter the day. you.
.. HORSLER. K. of R. A 5-
master. : the Siberian which
constitute
Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS Receipts at ports estimated at 10eeo plain --
bales *s compared with 48990 bales the Janeiro Canada. Er ship Spurr' '2237, Rio Russia Is of the greatest Importance If KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
last A total of
'.. corresponding 49909 kales is day estimated year.to arrive at Ingrid,. Nor ship DannelU 1260, Antwerp the weather service Is to be made of Meetings of theKnights
of Columbus
H ut OalvMtea and New Orleans tomorrow. -. to lies Oertlng & Co. the largest possible value. held at their
n. are ball
Lena. Ital chip Taesara, liSt, Londonto ,
All this has been recognized for a I Xo. 8 West Intenden.cia -
believe that cotton has about reached order. I
We FIRST NATIONAL BANK street. OB every
all kinds of Feed the low level and purchases made on Barks. long time, but yarlous, matters stood In Monday evening at 7:M
and any decline should show a substantial Afredo. Uruguayan bk. Maragas 987. the way. Expenlfc t ts one of them Tb* o'clock. .An inTlta-
profit within the near future. :Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. r tion is extended to I
Stuffs. Alfhlld. Swed bk Svensen 1333 Durban making of the necessary international OF PENSACOLA. FLA. visiting Kn:rhtu ,
Bilious Attack Quickly Cured. I to master. arrangements for synchronous and JOHN B. JONES.
Andrea. Kor bk. Quale 114. Durban to y. S. LEONARD. Grand
I had bilious attack obsemtioDS KnightRecorder.
A few weeks ago a Identical of the same phe- .
I master.. Designated Depositary of the United States.W. .
that was so severe I was not AvonItal bs. Avegno. 1477 Genoa to nomena was nof'easy,*ut the first step
ZJTI Pluto/ WaterWholesale toe office for two days. master. DAUGHTERS OP REBECCA. ,
able to to
so
I has been taken ,toward it In the arrangement I
Nor bk. Hausken. 1100. Naomi Lodce. No. 10, of
Campbell. Daughters
relief from family ( Knowles. President. W. K. Hyer. Jr.. Vice-President and Cashier.
Failing; to get mv SUvanger t* McK. Oertlng & Co. Just effected with'the Rus- Rebecca meets every Monday night at
TII pnysitlan's treatment. I.took three of Chacma Nor: bk Jorgensen! 567. Thos. W. Brent. Ass.t Cashier.V. N. Roberts. Asst Cashier. S o'clock in L O O F. hall. Visiting
TI Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Fleetwood to order. clan weather department. The arrangements Directors-F. C. Brent W.A. Blount, W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hyer Jr.. sisters cordially Invited to be present. )
and Retail Hereford Nor bk Jensen. 1380, Rosario with Russia have been made by D. G. Brent. NM T PULLIAM. V. O.
Tablets and the next day I felt like toorder. which has been 1 la MRS. NEV1LLH. Sec. t
1.. a new' man.-H. O. Bailey Editor of Helmdal, Nor bk Hensen, 1354. Hull correspondence
the News. Chaplu S. C. These tab- to order.Humberto.. progress for a long time with the Central RATHBONE LODGE NO. *o.
bk. 1111. Battle." Ha Rathbone Lodge, No. 10. Knights of
9H Span. St. Petersburg __
Physical observatory, e
New Orleans Grocery Ce lets are for sits by an druggists. vanato order Pythias, tsM every J'htnteI'J: at
:
43 Isabel Browne. Rus bk Lindquist, 1231. .. Castle HalL J
13 12-PHONES; -&81. master E. B. Garrtott chief forecaster In and visiting brethren cordially invitedto
1 51 Hill Co. Hmn Oscar H, Nor bk Johnson. 75%. r.W.UMAR.PrMldtnt JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant CasturJ. attend. J. M: ROPER.!: C. C. 1
SiC3 ,East Grocery Rosario to A. Zellus. Washington explaining the significant L E.CUKK.Ylce-PrMident; and Csshlen .W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cashiar CJ.LEVET.KL&S. ,
Jas. McHugh, :M P. BOWES, Manager. Lilla. Nor bl. Aanonsan 1030 Santosto of the arrangement that has
. Increased business makes two phones M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets first and
57.J Phone 1O5. Pro rlfll! *'.. necessary and another new delivery order.Lluia, Uruguayan bk. Lopez .;&0, Havana been accepted by the Russians said: third Wednesday e w"tSe p. nu.
4:: wagon. to order. I "Russia hat a' system of gathering THE AMERICAN NATIONAL. BANK Raffurd Hall. No. 19.
A. O.
IUett FELl Prea.
::::0 CLEANLINESS Maria Ger bk French 1922,. Kings weather data much similar to ours but J. L. SWEElIo T. Secy. U
00Ii FOR CONVENIENCE, Lynn to master.
:: AND PROMPTNESS WE ARE Marina Madre, Ital bk S'monetta, they don't go In for forecutiDg'1et so Of PCHSMCOL fl*. PENSACOLAL000ENO.4 I. O. O. F.Pensacola .

;24 5 Coal and Wood ""THE LIMIT." NEW CITY MEAT 14(55 Negpore.( Genoa Nor to bk.order.Ojerdsen. 1128,- East of far that as we feature.do. In-But fact they they take make obser-little Opera House Building. I meets every Lodge Thursday, No. evening 4. 1. O. .'t. 721 F. t

3:1: MA' KET. London to A._Zelius. at the new hall on Belmont sad Kaylen
:4 Noach VI. Swed bk. Burgfeldt,- Ii60. caUcus and these are of great valueto DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. I streets. Vtaltlng brethren cordially In-
;; Transfers. Port Natal to orderOllvari vited. B. R. WITKOVSKT. N. O
Real Estate especially those covering the
us,
Ital Costa Genoa to order -
bk
01 11 W. deliver Ice, Coal Charcoal aDd great Lake Balkal region In central CAPITAL STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS $60.000. A. KERLE. SecretaryW.

4'Sf Wood IUIrwh.In the city. We can FoUowtajS.W a ll.toftkb real estate Pallas. Nor, bk Johnson. 1819, Ply ,, Siberia. This Is the center of a vast DIRECTORS. O. W.
K-pply: you In any quantity and eurwlce transfers recorded yesterday furnished by mouth to A. Zelius. Lire Oak Camp No. 1. W. O W.
01I Is always prompt. the Pen.eola A tract Co.: Superb. Nor t>k. Ulich 1934 Antwerpto region of primary meteorological goVon Frank F. E. Brawner meets In Pythian ball the tat and 3rd
Covlngton Reilly, ,
,
L.
, Rrnry
DEEDS A. Zelius & Co.Schooners. In the win Wednesdays In each month. Visiting
.
Important
Steam and Domestic Coal. Mrs. S. T. Began to-T. J. Davidson- especially J. M' Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lam or. slverelgna cordially Invited
". Wood Cut Any Size. Standing pine Umber on Sec 15. Tp 1 N. Donna Christina, Am sch. :McLeod. 165 : ter season. We have wanted the reports Bi>an Dunwody, T. F. McGourin J. R. Saunders. F. A. BOGHICH C. C.
R SO W-$1000 and other considerations.J Belize to master. from there and are finally to get A. M. Avery, W. ". Milton 0. E. Maura T.IESTE.. BROOKS. Clerk.
to C. A. Manning-Lots
D Andrews Domira Br sen. Reddle, %001. St. Lucle
E. G. SEWALL 2. $.4. 5, W, It 18. 19. 20 and 21. to master. them." W. L. Cenlhon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng
c- I
Block 10!. East King Tract, seat of Tar.r84oD& Freddie Heucken Am eels, Bryant 475. Weather In the northern hemisphere Alex. McGowin: C. fd. Covington M. E. Clark. Pensacola. St.
and other considera- Andrews and
JLOO
street- Havana to.master.
!'wot. 614-363. 2S N. Tarragon St. u.. travels in a general way from west to 5tltl ctC8ii luts Icr nut It fUf, \\Ul tctf: .}5Ifl the yeu. Invite spirtDentin Gulf Co.
Lawrence Crockett to D. Hale Wilson- $5,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD SEe east. The forecasters in Washington; ccnnection for lbs convenience of customers. Steamship
West % of east 1M feet ot block 117, STEAMER TARPON.
OURITY. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT recently sent oat more than three daysin .
West King Tract-4 .00LesUe W. O BARROW.' Matter.rmsTCLASS .
SE CLOTHES E. Brooks to C. G Conoley-Lots CO. advance specific and urgent warnings Vote percent Interest Paid on Tim Deposit PASSENGER AND

18 and 19. block S3, Eaet King Tract, east of the approach of the great gulf FREIGHT SERVICE.
E .
CLEANED PRESSED. .
AND of Tajragona street---$120.00 212- HONESSS1.East I -B.tweeD-
To {:aTe your ten an4 winter ctottiest'Mflti. Aubrey Maura to Trustees Liberty Hill storm. Two days before It arrived PENSACOLA M081LE. A ALACHICO.LA. .
Co.M.
;. preased and repaired. and put In Lot southwest corner Grocery ST AN-
Baptist church- on they forecasted that it.would be especially rft&\\:: : L\.L i
food condition Cofli them to us. Wever Rua and "A" streets in block 2, F. BOWES. :Manager .
40 >'thief In that !!.. an* guarantee ef West L*King Tract-SlOOOO and other considerations Increased business mares two phones damaging and severe In the ca- And all points en St. An,rsws Bay, Car ,
car work. Ladles' wsrk a .p.etafty. Oen necessary and another new delivery tral gulf region and more than twenty. rabtlle and Apalaehlcola.SCHEDULE. .
_ ____ .
men s membership rat s, SI 08
per
B"nth.: All wrk cased for and\.Ureredrlone Chapped Hands. four hours before it struck they named THE CITIZENS NATIONALBANK Leaves Pensacola Sunday S:39 p. m_

13,3ESCAMBIA. Wash- your hands with warm water, wagon.GfcTTHii Pensacola as the probable center of for Leave Mobile.Jemaoola Ala. Tuesday., S JO p. ra.

PRESSING CLUB, with towel and apply Cham. feBST; the extreme severity. Every forecastwas PENSACOLA for St. Andrews Mlllvill. Apalachicols
t E. INTENDENCIA 6TRBKT, dry a Carrabell and Intermediate points.
WALTER MOUL' ON. MANAGER. berlain's Salve juSt before going to fully borne out by the event i I A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. For additional Information apply to

bed. and a speedy cure Is certain. If that could be achieved on the basis J. R. 3AUNDERS.

HICKS' This salve is also unequaled for sIn of reports covering a very small segment -I E General.R. COBB.Frt. and Pass. Art President P..n.

diseases For sale by all druggists. 'of the earth's surface segment I Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. sacoia. Fla.

C API) DINE1Jr1ot Including the United States. some reports

t- boranxrtvr cvtts REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT from Canada and a few from the sional DIstrAct:
BULLOCK.JR. .
W. .
4 I HEADACHESM BUILDING.REAL ESTATE.JOHN. UST YOUR West Indian and Caribbean region -- .- ---- -- WM. B. ULMAR of Jefferson.

SALE. what might be done ,with daily observations For JUllt'ceS or tie Supreme Court:
rOE
CO IDS PROPERTY WITH ME gathered from practically City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. CHAS. B. PARKHILL, of Dscambl

'L-= 212-PM ON $-8SI. the land area of the north temperate JAMES B. WHITPtBLD of Leon.
Denomination, 51 000.00 each. Dated January 1st. 1906. Maturing "anu.ry 1It.
Co.M.
East Hill Grocery none. 1931. Pe".mable Jan. 1It. 1121. Interest Payable Seml.Annlf.fly.! Rallroid Commissioner
declared that already OFFER FOP SALE THESE BONDS SUaJIICT: TO PRIOR 'ALE. For :
F. BOWES, Manager. Mr. Garriott WE
two phone.neceaal' IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy
makes
h- Florida Increased business tome experimental use of these long HUDSON BURR of Dsdfc
and Alabama and ,anther new delivery JL !

wagon. ) _ _*_' __ distance reports had been made. though! The Peoples Bank of Pensacola
'A. the results had not yet been used pub For. State Senator.2nd District:
LAND COMPANY M.
Escambla Lodge NO. 15. F. A ,because the bureau was feeling JOHN 3. BEARD.
licly -
Regular communl atlon of Es Pensacola Fla.Deposit .

ilan-ifactarers oran cambla Lodge, No. IS, F. ,& A. Its way before attempting Ion? range For Member House of Reprectatstlrw

I, << Dealers In ,__c M. will Be held Monday evening forecasts. But the experimental use of : ....OHAS. J.(. CO6TON.
LUMBER' SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- November 5th at 7:SO o'clock. Recently EnlargedWITH the reports covering the wider area had I .... JL O. BAOGBTT
(" ESA.F.4SANDKILN.DRIED. SAP. Visiting brethren fraternally Invited shown the feasibility of making a prediction I ........................e...................... ....... .

-- C. D. BEYER, W. M. 25,000 New WordsNew six days In advance. For Tax AMCiaor:
W. G DAILEY, Secretary. five or -WII y i ii RJCHARDS.
such a long distance i ? W. W.
Gazetteer of that .
it GULF the World It Is true

CITY COFFEE CO., CURITY.$5,000 TO PENSACOLA LOAN .ON GOOD INVEST.SE latest with more census than return 23.000 titles based on tao prediction must movements be somewhat at times tentative are your money' in a savings bank at 4 i iper For Tax, Collector: ,

H. p. CHIPMAN Manager. MENT CO. Atmospheric Pensacola Home and Savings J. S ROBERTS. .
NewBlographlcalflfctlonary Interfered with-dammed up. It mightbe i cent., when the :

=, Roasters, Blenders and Shippers e! peT eoataiBinr! Uo date the of tunes birth,ef death over etc.10.000 noted. said, and fall to reach their logical. Association will issue you paid-up ,Stock For County Treasurer: '

F ....u... time or at all. But .i J. ED. WTLLIAilS.

One Coffees )fr. Bowl_-! should Ute to know United Edited SutesCotaalstiocer byW.T.HARBIS.PhILU.D0 of frlncttlon.23ftO destinations while there are on such elementa'of uncertainty bearing interest at 5 per cent. per' annum, pay-

0UR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL wtutt good all these' cooking school lessons Quarto Pace yet the wider the area covered able ,semi-annually. : For Members E. ANDERSON.of School Bo&rC

. OCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL are doing our da1&htertHrs. 1{." ".... 110I 1fliadi, &Ick Iiadbp.N by observations the greater the H. C. DeSILVA. A. GREtNHUT, J. S. Reese, R. M., CARY .+ W.H. G. DefllLVA.
I.I.I. -= Everything she cook she and the longer' the period ever I I President. Vice-President. Treasurer. tecretary. .
ededinEveryHoriuFAIsu.'ee.tsi" accuracy M. AOERTON.
-- W.
boat. VTea be made. At Directors-H. G. DeSitva A. Orcenhut Knowlee H>sr, A. V.
Tt tyiTTmt.* brings which forecasts may Clukbs, C. H. Dorr O. E. Maura Sol Cahn.
LII. iiNti, and BOB of the family will 'CeilegUte DtcttoaeryO. from St Petersburg 4' i
ins....... aRegsIaz present dally reports 43 South Palafox. For Member Board County Cymm'9:
. 1 PAINLE$ touch 'em and the things are Just Lit1IOZ1O.51.d_ only three or four :
will cover sInners
thrown a."...."' De Lose Utietl b. P.iss.1 5b4p... In Siberia. Later It Is hoped. ........ .............. ............. ................ 3. B. ROBERTS.: -

- L4 IP.L I I I b.sk s pWI1 Ne.. they are not.. She gives them tobetgan. -,!....._1IiWe ps.a I bu.siif..1....... places be extended to a much morecomplete JNO. A. MERRITTJAS. .
I U tIe ijesikeIL Oils may
1' ." FJUWi; Wri Ja.IIIeo&nIM........... .' M ANDREWS. 7

.. t1 1 AND UIt ii.=K.2=OOLLJZ.. Holi! Waat good does that dorwe&ssiagI.fbuarL" d C. MERRIAM CO., service Subscribe for the Journal. H. C. CLOPTON
f{ h.U.hu."Iafl.ld. .
v ,Mas. JAS. R STEWARD.
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..I EIGHT THE PENSACOVA.: JOURNAL, THURSDAY. M 0 R NIN O JO V EIMB E Re V I __ ":. ..

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TWO NEW ICE f FACTORIES .. 8011 r DF: F PUBLIC FURNISHINGS




YOUR HAT,. SIR! ; S TO BE OPERATED HERE : 551 [

i :{ wonKS AND

Moore Ice 'Company to Add a .75-Ton':, Plant to the =

Y 1 X* I *._ ** '' : ',
Everything else maybe Present, Factory: ,and Robert Gamble of Jacksonville \ .:;:
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''AU 'fEro': ::::=
t absolutely correct J :: .

Install.a.. 100-Ton Plant.? : :-' I G
( but if vypjir.'jiat-lacks ; I -:
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style you, are'.not well I CAPT. W. R. MOORE.OF? C01.UW.' MR. GAMBLE IN 'THE: 'CITY VES (Continued m 'First 'Page.)

; dressed. .', \, f BUS, GA.. HERE. AND, STATES TERDAY PERFECTING Alt \. architect fIts as"good as any I have. ..

)r ;: i.; I THAT MACHINERY !IS NOW' BE. RANGEMENTSi' FOR. INSTALLATION ever Chairman aeen.-' '2ellu% :Takes HaruL" UP.TO-OATE' FANCY HAT BANDJ

.. ING BUILT AT 'YOR'K, "PA, FOR OF ,AN (UP-TO-DATE FAG, .. ,. Chafrman Zelius..then asked Mr S COO-E: Di:

A NEW 75-TON PLANT-CON. TORY 'AND' IT-WILL- BE IN OPERATION Ausfeld :if be receivedhis telegram THE HABERDASHER
asking hlm/'if !N:had approved the tFa
'
: DON'T TAKE CHANCES TRACT F.CR THE BUILDING TO WITHIN! FIVE, \ cement being used and the latter replied 222 S.. Palafox.
;T e.:Well :Dressed Man that he did. but did ot think a
BE AWARDED.: MONTHS.. : he' coming
was
'v*' WEARS reply necessary as "
,' '
Buy Fall and Winter ta the city. Just Received.
Hat. here.
your "Ffatlro: Brand." Mayor Bliss then asked :Mr. Aus-:
1
i: We carry the largest 'variety of hats to 1 I Capt W R. Mocre of Columbus. S Robert Gamble; pfpminent ice man. feld if it was 'customary' to hare Dill Imported Pickles,Macaroni Saner Kraut Sweet)On. Ch
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Ga. TROUSERS lkrret
I who will in future reside in Pensac'ote ufacturer of Jacksonville. in the 1 I, arr inspector upon the ground\when a Fish Pigs Feet Spanish On! ns. ..t
be found in West Flori such proportions.was ender Bread fresh ,and e.NaYT new. Bread E\'err Pix:SWitch (
Moore Ice .
t Company -in which I -
; Jiadc-to-Order Fit. construction and was told thatit
t* I he Is a partner, was..eea last night I I'I :Closed a deal for the site'of a _new j I H() tailor ,could make better customary where-the city paid Hazel; 11.00 per pnon
by e. Journal representative and stated Ice factorY. which, he proPoses"locaVing I trousers.' was Marine Grocery Company
$1.00 to $5.00 115014 In. Pensacola by for the inspection. V. J. VIDAL *
'I that his firm. was preparing to here and have .in operation within '.I. would like to how," -said 'Mr.Daniel. Manaser
install a new seventy-five ton ,Ice WHITE. &' NIX, CLOTHIERS .
five months. propose to utterly ignore
2 plant in Pensacola. ,The machinery 29 South Palafox, St. "if'you .
-- for the plant is now being built to The plant Sir,. Gamble states, will,i MADE'B'{ thia board?" .. the Opera House EXP
crder at York. Pa., ,where Engineer have a capacity of'' one hundred, tens -1 decline to-,' answer. replied .
MacArthur has gone to look after the per day the machinery will! be of the BLOCH BROS. ,&KIIPATRICK architect.' -

THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists firm's. Interests." 'The new .- buildings latest and most improved pattern, so '17:19'Waveriy ,Place, New York.S.c ., 'Wh'o advised your- asked. : Mr. ONE NIGHT ONLY- T
Daniel .
will be completed ;
the
machinery installed THURSDAY
and the plant In operation by that he. ,will be in.' position .to.'manu-- -n-- C That 'I decline to. answerr, said NOV. 1st. 7
April 1.Captain. ,faCture: and ::seIl'lce"at a mlnimur \ Mr. Ausfeld. t :: The Never Falling DelightWf.E.

in Men's and, Boys' Wear Moore stated" last night cost. A plant of this size will have MEN ARE i. LEARNING 'rwT.' :' BYincomes ,-I suppose," .said .M ':Daniel,. "that NANKEVILLE'SENORMOUS

that the plant would be one of the nearly twice the capacity of the.largest BY, LIFE. ASSURANCE.. you' want' to.getsome- more; -information :
Phone 225 N most modern and ..from headquarters: .youwant to TRIUMPH,
up to-date in the
205-207 S. PALAFOX plant nth,, m:io eratlon! in' the :
south and would enable his company are maintained mortgagesprotected find out how toi.estUy' D
t
I to manufacture ice at a very small city and as the methods used in the ,- debf.s secured, uudeYelpoed -I do not care'to'state tonight:," re' HUMAN wafFal
cost compared 'to. the cost of manu :manufacture of ice will be the most enterprises guarded: business rendered plied the architect.:: !
facturing by the old process. His improved,', thC-' peif '-' of niahufactoire safe -Investments'given permanent ."Your tnlui'; ms ta "wok :slowly the
................................''MM................. firm already' has in operation, in this will not be so--great as is the value, and capital preserved. A poLeylin sometimes" said. Mr.' Daniel. '"Well' ma::
city a 45-ton plant and with the one with plants where they have THE EQUITABLE does all this, we will have to ;se6"aboot"ItrMayor HEARTSA oth
case
i to be installed tha will and more-provideg-for the family after Bliss'then asked :the archit'ect -
USE THE MONEY YOU .PUT IN GOAL total company produce been, in operation' for some ye'ars. your death. Send us your name. ma:
a output each day of 120:! if he did not think it necessary RIT
tons. The firm decided, to Increase T'4e plant wHl.be;c cfentrolly located, alZ'e- and'a4dres.. to bfr on the "ground";'and,inspect the STORY.IN, FROM DRAMATIC LIFE FORM.PRESENTED tag

$ For something else and' for J its business here last season when and the .buildings" erected and. the: KNOWLES ,BROS.. .Insurance cement but the :.latter' declined *o reply f
5 use gas .cooking it was,,found that the present factories machinery: rastaliecC'within": five I I ,' but told --the--mayor--. ply to Abounding, tn Humanity Bubbling Ov. rig,
and heating, and J were unable to supply the demand i months, so that thQ. factory will be 1 a question, that he' did not have a'representative With! Joyous Comedy. them
and that ics had to be shipped into in a position to beyhi: operations with: here.: to' 'Insp <:t!the .e- Thrilling and Realistic Situations Arouu *(
PAY FOR THE FUEL | the city from other:, places' : the summer. .j IM ment. the Spectator to the Highest. whc
USED
| WHEN MANY Pitch of Enthusiasm.Ptfces
"We want to be in a position not Mr. Gamble is interested in the i ice i liCENSES This ended 'tIle'session''so' far as wit
.' I only to supply the demand In Pensa. business in a number of southern i Architect Ausfeld was concerned, and ._2SC SOc 75c and $1.00. waswh
2 The gas way does not necessitate', your ty- : cola but to ship i ice but of the city. cities. being! the' president .of' the I he shook hand ,wlth:the members of : (

: ing up a bunch of money in ,a winter's t and with our ,new. plant we will be : Florida Ice Manu'lcturfnS' ? Co-i: *I the board and bid Them eood-bye.- as Tuesday Seats at on noon.sale at Coe's book rtars ties
able do'taia .
to We '
sup- have been work.
Jacksonville one of the largest Ice he intended departing for Mont the
: ply of coal, and cuts out the 'dirt; dust and ing quietly for Eome' tIme-.now, and concerns in .thaL.city; "and presidentof I WERE ISSUED gomery.. hib!!

: soot of the coal Gas Ranges $12.00 our machinery Is befng built at 'the the Central City ice Manufacturing Pounding, up* Cement. ONE NIGHT ONLY self
way. + factory at York Pa where Mr, Mac- Co., .Macon. Ga; He[completed his : bib!!
and $13.00. Gas heaters $3.00 and $3.50.: () ,!r Arthur has. gone. Next week we will Jbusiness ;here lasfntgnt'and'left for Mayor Bliss then officially informed FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. prls
i !|I award the contract or the erection oth points in connection:with the the bOar-('that. lie. could",not .gain ELMER S. WALTERS play! ;'
Pensacola Gas I of a two-story building, adjoining! the ,establishment of the,. plant YESTERDAY- access to the gates enclosing,the I Presents the Big New York and .:-.:.::s,
: Company !i j I present plant, the Plans;d .specifica- It is'understood that the building site; that some had been nailed] up, Scenic Success A
: Phone 143. 24 27 ; Hon for "which' have been approved In' wh'ch this plant i is to be Installed and others locked up but looking daylra

......... 4.......+..&....and..... E. Garden Struct. f I We will also have eqa'pped ir this will be a largetwostory? ,one and through the cracks In the enclosurehe ''A Millionaire <
................4+$4 .I building a 500-ton cold stores r!?.Tt ,;. ill be equipped with a large cold, saw men: during the afternoon
I along the mcst modern lines. anrl Btomg3 piant, bad' pounding cement taken from barrels
I everything arranged -
................................... ...............I everything about the, factory will be for conducting: the business Large Number to ,Save 50 sifting up it through a sieve, and

coronlete and up-to-4te. 1 upon modem lines. ., putting it back into, barrels. .He also au
.1 j I *Yes. I will mote' mi "hocjf: frcm- Mr.Gamble: has been'considering-- Per Cent. Penalty, Se- stated that ,he had seen them. pick- Tramp.fA r.ro'
THE !! Columbus .lo Psnsacolat) and look if Stalling a plant in Pensacola for barrels
I BRUCE 1.'' some Ing It from some .days previous : ati)
.ter tie business, concluded the cap-j months but it was only recently that cured Licenses. -, RV1strtc
j:, tain. I be obtained asuitable site; .Geo.. Rommel Jr.:, engineer ,in i Musical GEORGE Comedy.:: ELMORE Drama Headed t)?
:, charge of the sewerage work who I America's Funniest Tramp Comedian:. Cd
i RINKEi From early in the forenoon and un- was present, and who. heard all "the I and a Great Cast ,\.
jSKATINO [ RUSSIAN ROI3RS til last night at 6 o'clock the statements. was then.,asked-if a building -I Special Car Load trical of Effects.Scenery and Elet T

THE" [ ARCHITECT WILL': BEJIXECUTED office of City .Co ptrol1er Morganwas the magnitude of the :city hall,I $ HIGH.CLASS..VAUDEVILLE tEA act
crowded with persons! who had f-hould progress without .an. mpector'l TUHES. to ;I
: :1 By Associated 'Press. gone there on the last day of the and replied that it should A SHOW PLEASING TO THE EYE port

'. : Is becoming a very popular: resort. It will be open ::I St. Petersburg Oct."31.-Eight identified month to secure licences knowing then, explained to the board, ,hour cement 'I Engagement Note the :SpwriarLow J5c,. 35c, 60c.FT.:.': es '>". '. his pert
.. with good music'every' nigtit. participants in th robbery, on that if they failed to secrire a license formed in barrels when it be-I I Seats on sale WednesJa ct ":>
i except Saturday ,night. i SAYS CEMENT October 27, of Cashier Hermann of before the end. of the day that ,they came damaged, and, stated that !n (t

:: CommencingTODAY .. the custom house.-according to papers would pay a' penalty of :5C per cent: contracts for .construction allowed of aniMr.;.
: here, were condemned to ber transported when they wez e compelled! to. takeout i no retempering. His explanation differed ONE NIGHT ONLY:
: last nigh! to Cronstadt for a license.' f;' somewhat! witb that of ArchI-- lo <)
execution. No trace has been foundcf The notice in The ,Journal yesterday tect Ausfeld. whilwas!
f ( '
THURSDAY) i IS coon the woman who decamped with morning that it woulj be the The Board Resolves. SATURDAY NOV. 3.

the cash. list day in wnich licenses could be The Board of Public Works then ,, "' ... tot rath
secured had the effect of crowdingthe after discussIng the matter for some
i There will' be an afternoon session three times a .' -. --- --' ----- office of the comptroller with time, passed' a' resolution:: :: requesting that
persons.. mist of whom had neglected the city attorney to,inform the board Curtain. Will Rise agai
: week, namely: Monday, Thursday and Saturday ,for In His 'Report Made Yester- IF THE STOMACH to take out the necessary paperto what authority it had OTer the construction at 8 o'clock sharp.
:
T
: ladies and} children only. Positively no' boys over the ? do business, end when they saw of the city hall and also shot13r
: that,they would pay ia penalty .of 50 what relations it bore to Architect
of twelve will be admitted. .. Day to the Board of .
age WEAKthe Ausfeld 'OTIS
IS per ;jcent. if they ftrrther neglected and Contractor Turner.. In
i ,General admission, lOc; use of skates, lOc extra. : .. they made a lush !or; the office and 'other words, the board desired, to fact
Bond whole is
Trustees. system 'upset and every mgt
hundreds were' know if the architect
accommodated could
while ignore it
A good chance for all ladies and children thing yon eat distresses you. The bowels each
I learn
to the i also become constipated and the liver and there were some, who failed ,to get and'the city hall be built. without its SKINNERCHARLES
most popular art of skating. Mrs. F. B. Bruce and kidneys inactive. If this describes .your licenses during f the .day and consequently -official knowledge. (OVfmap,
i : x Architect FrederIcK Ausfeld employed condition to-day let us, urge you to they will :pay the 'alg penalty:! .
: taking :
Miss Constance Day:will be in mence FROHMAN PRESENTSIn rood
charge. > :-Written
OB a Slate.
by the city to superintend the Comptroller Morgan stated last night
the
i construction of the new city hall Hostetter'd that fully one third of the licensesweredue General Lew Wallace wrote the first louIS
rough draft if ?p-HuT" FAMOUS ,PARISIAN SUCCESS, ;
'' yesterday reported to the Board of yesterday morning and at on a slate 4evhlc
& Bond Trustees the result ,of his Inspection .Stomach Bitters' the close of business last night several giving as his reason that erasures could "THE'DUEL" iron
i of the work being done upon thousand dollars had been collected more readily he\.m.ade. After satisfy
: F. B. BRUCE. i the foundation of the building.Mr. from this and most 01 Itthe\
It has cured thousands during the past source ing himself with a sentence written In 200 Nights in Paris.
Ausfeld came to the city in response 53 years of Dyspepsia Indigestion Poor the prominent license payers .had this way' be '
: : Appetite Costiveness. Chills' Colds and would with a soft pencil 100 Nights In New York. of o'
...................0................................. damaged to cement telegrams was being alleging used that in Female Ilia.! taken :out,the" necessary license.> transfer the writing to paper antI finally -- 1I111tbt

the foundation of the building and EVERYBODY, WHO BUYS FROM when everything' pleased him, be > (
s that the cement had become "set", US PRAISE OUR MEATS. IF YOU copied the entire ma usrpt! in ink Oc'aJob0
I and unfit for use. WILL GIVE US AN ORDER YOU with the precision 'of an engrossingclerk. ENTIRELY ]
While the report of the architect WILL'PRAISE US TOO. NEW CITY It is declared by those who were h.j
JUST A FEW MORE f could not be obtained. Chairman I*! MEAT MARKET. personally) acquainted with General latecIf

Hilton Green of the Board of Bond Something New REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT Wallace that "Ben.nuf'9''WU written SATISFACTORY

f Trustees when asked for information BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK .and rewritten at least thirty times and addr:
regarding the matter gave outthe. JR. REAL. ESTATE. LIST YOUR that :when the final copy was sent to tion

DAYS of the ,GREAT 1 6 form. following:. statement in written 4 Something FineThat's PROPERTY. WITH- .--S_ME:, FOR SALE.S SOUse the publishers nor'LU there was.neither a correction is the verdict pronoimrr" ,! byall lute

"I advise that the: archi-- erasure throughout the: oft
beg to you who have been ;-s" I
"tept reports to this boafd that the i, Oil. :I mantacript.. The''printer set up the pur and
best known brand of cement is being The medicinal qualities of purt olive'", copy exactly as It was written. and the ing at entlntoi

REBUILDINGSALE !! used in the city hall.that damaged what we are oil are 'numerous and are becoming:j author himself! .never: corrected a proof 212 South Palafox St. I ,
'cement has been, or'is .being used,in putting on the mar- I f better known day by day.. teaspoon--'f j before the.Look. -was sent-to:press.f ,!4whoMoes and The
j h
don't :
the ,construction wcrk of said building You need tn' :
: rut taken aft each meal will relieve
;and that great care ia being exercised ket. It's in the shape I I constipation and dJ' pe JIia.!! Mired.J f LliarUli* Tall_. the business.: : : <'ff- UirrVel10t
by the contractor in mixing the of a small, all-Ha- with Certain lizards are remarkable for
an equal parrot lime water It Is j w-J-'n. Ua
but it
what he does
concrete in quanties as called for in vana: five cents ci- .invaluable for bnrns. Poured Into the | the fragility ,of their_ tails -although Laidof
I the specifications! It will j tills weakness is hot always the draw This tells
eye remove any foreign substance you- sCoul
I!
*
I Ii "The architect reports that the It is called ,
gar. back-that be
may imagined. The :
work, so far. has been well executed." : lodged there. It Is a .sure care j! diamond SOLE AGENT FOR
for hangnails Is good for: chapped tailed gecko for instance, frequently "Carson Meyer" Suits from $12.50 tl I>,f j'? Ere
::'. NEURALGIA FROM Gonzalo I Its "Knox" Hats, soft and stiff, $3 1 r Inthe'
i J/.i1 .Jt. HEADACHES AND COLDS. The bands is excellent: robbed over the owes existence to the readiness ; "Eagle Shirts," fancy and white < to
'
!'' r. UVXATrVB BROMO Quinine; the worldwide II whole body after tat:In?,a bath"and Is with which Its caudal appendagecan 12.50.- ?
few Cold and Grip remedy removes beneficial for in be snapped off/-This "King Quality" Shoes. all style u;; stat.
Just a more days of the of all use massaging a drr'scalpw reptile which beet
greatest
opportunities cause. Call for full name. Look for. 11g'-.!\ "Babies""it will W30"Dr.
perch bead M
a rpck
upon '
downward
to buy fall winter nature E., W. Grove !S<-. : ,. Jaeger's Underwear from $: and
and clothes
the 5 and tall in the air Is liable to be prey.; $9.
: beginning of the season 'at suck deeply cut WHY GO WAY DOWN TCW A F.. is manufacturedexpressly Cold Sorra. ed 'upon by h wkS. One of' thes f orcidable .. ; Also a full line of Sir '::1 faCt the,

prices. In ordertb clear out all stock, that was TER FURNISH FRESH YOU MEATS QUICKER.WE NEW CAN for us and White vaseline is very fine for keep-;; birds will swoop down upon and No-Name Hats. all ; .-', not
lizard
; and'uiZewhat
.tag |he' lips soft and $D10JThen It takes to be toUt
damaged by the fearful storm, all undamaged .5 CITY MEAT MARKET. is-a winner. Call for cold ,ares appear apply a bit of abssrb- the head, but is really .the. taiL The styles: I mo

e stock was also 'reduced, 'and-the sale has been ; 'WHEN IT COMES TO KEEPING them. They
: a big,uccess. : THE BEST FRESH MEATS, WE best with spirits of camphor, which is more wriggles away not much theworse, to I last but not lea., -; the
S BAR NONE. NEW CITY MEAT> yet. effective than camphor ice.. Glycerinis grow, another. [Ins:
? .. MARKET. i swellest Hue of Child '. l I 1)1)
., ; al3> beneficial. The moment a cold
,. $10.00 Suits for .-.h..S 8.50 $ 3.5&Stetso.i o. -i.- _;_._. I I s ertlppCrs'take a dos j of Citrate fmagn and, \ ouths* Ck"S 11
Hats .. ; bat Acid. Boys' l
$ 2.95 Precise tCet
$1ZOO()) Suits for ......... '
,
i. ; $10.20 $ 3.00' Special"I"r Wb1Cb
.Anson's ... a. WilI cool I the blood H9w's.-Thjs
$15.00 Suits for .........:....$12.75 S Hats,. S.2.55 The women with.thin lips and raspy S and ? shown in Pensai' T by :
.2.00' .Extra .-.... ever
taaOO Suits.for ........-.,.. .. good $ .70 put the.syslenj In better..condition.Salted We.offer one Hundred-Dollar
-$17.00 $ 1.50 i : Reward 1I'Ort
Cluett Shirts ., ....... voice stepped before the .languidly
$ 2.00 ,Shoes ,for ......,.;.\..'.$ 1.70 $ 1,00 i Monarch Shirts?.......$ 1.25 !, up : TheLewis J ---- for any caPe of,:Catarrh that cannot be prices that are satis a. 1rertthey
.. $ 2.50 Shoes for ..........;$ 2.12 S 1.co 1 Union .85' indifferent ticket seller in the railway I : cured by Hail's Catarrh Cer*.
$3.00 Shoes ............,. ; made Overalls; .85 :: / English \Valants. F. J. CHENET & .. ,.
for $ 2.55 $ .50 i Shirta-Jar .., ...,.,. .42 :station. Vf : CO. Toledo, o. to all. :

A.- .;I IH ;- "Where as his Jeweled do you fingers want to riffled gohe a bunch asked Bear Co. I change Salted English from salted walnuts almonds make a nice and him theney*perfectly the for IIncSt-nli&11NlJa\the' honojabJe last,15 years in known aU and business believe F. J A trial and you'll) land tiIr,

: of pasteboards. pecani .four-boiling water over the! transactions and financially able-to-carry again.'O.SCOLM4i. 11:
: i it Dealers nut Jhcat*.and when cOot skin between out obligaUoM' JDade.t y.; his linn. !)fa
"> of business where I want Wholesale WALDING. KIXKAN '
1JARVI
O. one your & of
!
the foldsof ;
AMttiM : fry toweL f
CASHCIOTHIERCORNER Put a little Wholesale Druggists:
to go:?" she snapped. "Justypasea mea ., HalTs Tol tlb. O. !
t butter to the Iryia; 'pan'aa'd< when hot Catarrh-Care is-taken- Int maJy! .
ticket to New ,York,,but bejyr in mind : acting dlrectlr the Wood | fl.w
: upon and
I1IiJUL tnra lU' mu
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PAUFOX AND MAIS that rm going there because rTe: got Pensacola Fla.T ., toe nuts.' ton gently taia deli, onus surfaces of the rjrstem. Testimon- ENTIR!: FURNISHER TO otlT
eaterown. and lay.on,paper ta absorb isis sent free.: PrICSIS (:tJlU'Jet! : **** &AN AND SOY.
to not because I want to.?-Washington
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.bY all drullf1at.! ,
( J Jr J th* grease- Sprinkle''ittt PALAFOX STfifc-
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