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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 2, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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I DNAK'SGRf4rfAIR 'W. R.: HBARSJ.. ON CITY HALL MATT. l... : l tt

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Cod'ilot!- fair Proving a Splendid Suc.. : O.OPPJSE 'TO ISCAM8J.COUNJl' iHI,,f ,

and the Democratic I Mayor Will Use Every Le- ):{
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e ARE ,e' 1 REQUIRED TOI New Death of Chas. M., Coston _OHAIRMANGREENTHIN,8BOARD. '
- PRODUCTS flESTEVER GOT YOUNG.. LAWYER SUCCUMBS I York. Campaign. Grows .. .
i: ; OF PUBUC WORKS HAS SUPERVISION '
TOGETHER: AND CREDITABLE: AFTER'O'lG: FIGHT TO More Bitter'' Leaves Democratic PartyOnly ,.
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Draws \
I s OF .ORK, BUT ARCHITECT >! : ,
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St. TO AN EXCEPTION L'EGRE TUBERCULOSIS,'_.:,HE WOOL'D -- ; '

ijUEll RIOT Toward, the Close. One Candidate. AUSFELD REFUSED TO. ;,,
-S.: ''E SPECIAL HAVE BEEN : ... !
MENTION. ELECTED, TO. LEG a _, _,, ,
S --- RECOGNIZE THAT BODY'S AU:. :
ISLATURE.; : _
Ben H. '' The death this mornIng of Hon. THORITY.
By Thomas.DtFuniak '
Springs, Nov. .J.-This .. New York's Republicans Held! One:! Hun Chas. : M* Coston,. the democratic t

'i, ;:),ernor's day at the- Gulf Coast Hon Chas SI' Striking Chauffeurs' -. : : nominee for representative. to 'the
; \lf Qcston, nominee of )t dred Meetings In '
City legislature
leaves the democratic ,
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Far! and agrcuJtural'exposition; and the"Democratic party-for The city hall matter Has assumed '
Tepresentauve Assault
Officers
the occasion attracted a good crowd, party'with only one nominee, Hon.'nO. such serious importance '
in the legislature from Escamb'iacounty to the inter .
:Last Night.} Baggett to, be voted .for at the ,
from ,
coming Pensaccla and of'
jean: ; and whose; name eats the. people, who are paying ij
appears
eie* points west of here as' well: as J the-ballots which will ,be voted at upon the !Guarding Autos. general election next Tuesday for the work, that The Journal has.'f i !

may: from towns between here and general election "next -Tuesday "ex The'county' shall be represented. In secured for the public's information '-4. '
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ED tier Junction and from the surround115 pired, this' morning 'about '1:15 :,' the legislature by two' persons, and | copies of"the correspondence which "-, <-

ountry o'clock at the,Dome:of John I*., Pyi- By Associated,:-Press. I SECRETARY ;p-OOTS' .DENUNCIATION there are only two 'other names upon | has passed between Mayor Bliss and .'.' t '
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Governor Brcward and party ar- ney on West Gregory. street., 'New.York. ,Nov .lr No settlement' the ticket'for this offlce.-Geo. W.Dea- i Chairman Green, ,of the bond.trustee* .

\ erus. rired from the west at 10 a. m. and His illness covered a period of I is insight of' the trouble betweenthe : OR DEMOCRATIC: CANDIDATE son and J. W. Dickson Jr., both socialists _on the subject, and It is presented ,

fl? execjtive was immediately taken many. months, 'and he sought health HON: CHAS.. .. '" M.. COST, tr. New York Transportation Com' ,WAS, BITTER. IN THE EX so it'Is a foregone,c ,
!IB charge by a committee citizens and re-llef'1n-the mountains Of Virginia pany and the striking,chauffeurs, and I that one of these will',be elected to Notice From Mayor. .i

wio! extended "DeFuniak hospitality"with ,' returning to Pensacola! ;'onlr a practically all of the company's automobiles TREMEAND WAS BIGGEST FEATURE the legislature .represent...the.coun. -I. Oct. 25th, 1SOijlon. ;
all that the term conveys. He few weeks ago and since then he hasgpidually' are still' tied up. 'T -n1ght a1 ty, even though only one vote is cast ::1. Hilton Green !
T13 escorted to the Brown House riot. In which fire "hundred Of THE ,DAY. for him. .' Board : '
.declined in, health,...the'tom1ng end CURREN'CfPUN striking :: Chairman of Bond Trustees .
''r..' where he held on imprompta reeep: this morning. chauffers and sympathizers participated -II t The tickets for th...general election city -, ,' -,
Lea: after' which, he was taken through The news 'of his' deafh ',will be ore: occurred at!Eighth.Avenue and hays been printed"and wig 'be 1ear'Sirt '; '

- tie! fair grounds and shown the ex- cc'ved with regret throughout the Thirty-sixth street and,a hundred po- By Associated Pr.s. sent;out to-morrow to ,the various I respectfully call your attention o '

hbs.: : The governor expressed: hlm'f city, and by aJl with whom he was licement were required: to quell it. of New the York.: 'NoV1.With'the close precincts:in,the unty.: .Every,party the fact that the' contractor for the

as greatly'pleased, with,,the ex-. acquainted. He,was a: young'man PROIPOSED\ O IN"NEWYORK Roundsman. Dunn was seriously In- actIQn daythe'storm 1S centre of political had opportunity to certify: ita new.city hall' is now putting In the, : I I'

2. 1I:1It: : as well as considerably: snrprvd and was Just entering upon a br'ghl jured. 'The police: declare that the New York and transferred from to greater nominees'to the board of county commissioners foundation for the said building and 'r ';

!!: at Ute magn.-cence 'of the dis- career, when attack 'd"bthe'area!led trouble was started .;iy a young nw untfl Nov.6'; : and have their names that the city has no inspector upon i > ,

;1a.' tul erculosis woman' urging the'strikers to breakup .both Hearst Charles will make E. Hughes and.'Wm. R. placed'upon the ballot'to.be voted brat the Job to see that it Is properly done, ; .
,
190 The Drainage Debate. Dominated' 'for Legislature.' the police escort to a passing au' In :appeals to the the:election. The Democratic: par or that the specifications of' the contract ;!

U 1:20: the principal feature'of theday Mr., Co ton ;'Wh' representative tomobile. |.voters, The the'me.tropoIltan"dJstrlcts. ty'had the names of'Chas.: -J. Coston are being lived up ,to. I calledby
I of
nominated for comments Utehard Crocker
wa3 scheduled a debate upon the'iagu to in thdemocra.tlc ; t I, : : and ,M' 0. Baggett placed' upon theballot there this morning and found that .
the legislature on the gubernatorial campaign and : ,
: : question between Governor7Bnrard they were using'damaged cement for ,
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'and'lhe Socialists
:the names of
e primary; last'summer, anJ the speech of Secretary Root at,.Utlca. :
and JIon. Charles Dougher- tore the distinction of leading the tonight were' the'most interesting Incidents .' G o. W. Deason ,and J.. W. Dickson, the foundation, of the building, something '

t1.' of Tol is a county, wh'ch took ti.-Fet. His yote'was.an.excepton1.-> MnOR.stCURED'S of to-day's: political developments. Jr. No other names were presented that would not be permitted '

P ice: in Tabernacle of the Chau: nattering: one" especially as he had a Bank Issue Similar to Frericti I Greater New 'York is 'ablaze i iI and these alone appear upon the- bal- on any government job and something ,
: Association.
Uuijua There that I
} was a good r certainly bad not ought to be '
number of oppanents: Shortly after-- with political enthusiasm tonight.
royd in attendance and, although wads his health, fall he The more' I IIlundred. permitted on a city Job, and I tpel '
beganto but Republicans held than
'i:her lukewarm at the commence- Institution Is Recommended. a quite sure would not permitted on a ,
remained In' until his-"physicians meetings and Wl Hearst:
thecity R.
t f>a t jcf the addres3 armed' private! job unless It was In-
con- carefully
up ordered that ;he make change, S OF spoke to sixteen different audiences lot.DECASIELlNI
by SAMPLE ',
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ierably the &Q"'f'rnor Not
as proceeded spected. only it damaged \
an, lad his remarks were frequently ap. iii; topes that .it would benefit him. _'. 'i.: I between six o'clock- and midnight., 0 E : beIng' used In the construction cement of the .
He did mother -
so, accompanied by his -
ande&T5 < .. .
, and sister: ; and together they went. to ;;.., ; :. ROOSEVELTSENDS'RIOOTTO'9Et4OUNCE'.HEARST L sadbuUdthut, ,tie .proportions are 1) ,.
goreBOrv3 his best being at, as I certain!
not guessed am
at ? < .
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the mountains of Virginia,' where they By Associated Press. : '
/1rE'\. as' his rclce was slightly hoarse owing from observations and there is no .
to prerois CorU ia" the western spent many months: His:" health did New York."Novw4..:-The New York CEMENTUsed Uitca 'N.. Y.'Nov. 1. A bitter denunciation H telling,how near or how far from the '
Improve''and finally the STILL HAS
not family
ortloa of tae State, but he advanced Chamber' of Commerce to-day adopted of Wm.' R Hearst which : specifications the said concrete is : '

llil h ar iaieatg with all the ardor of returned to 'Uie'cui, locatrng, :with the report of the special committee the speaker 'said; had the full and i being made. I certainly think as a ';: '

. prreet confidence that his position street their relatives'on, : West. .Gregory which recommended the 'establishment complete endorsement. of President matter of business 'those who have ;?

!I1 'le mattur was absolutely correct in this country of .a. central Roosevelt, wag delivered in a pubUc charge of the construction of this ;: .
,
:m that he had the people with him. There for th&past few weeks there bank to issue currency similar' 'to in City Hall Work, address here to-night,by Secretary of building should be represented on the ti

X!' Dougherty made an able address have been many' callers, all rhopeful bills ,of 'the., bank of France: There State Elihu Root. At the same time HOPE E grounds at all times by a competen', )1

::0 opposition: to the governor and that the young man :wculd recover vas. TW-H; ,opposition to the plan and 'Which He Proposes- to 'l'iLr. Boot, paid an 'eloquent tributeto person who will see that the city is ..
from the to
"1::e he \ag applauded at times, itt attack. bat he continued many speakers declared it to be im. Charles E. Hughes 'and announcedthat getting what she is paying for or '
.,
slowly decline and this morning he '
t, apparent that the audience was practicable. Jacob II. Schiff ,suegeet- Have Tested.k he was authorized to say that is expected to pay for.
tJt with him and his arguments fell passed awa ed that, ,in lieu of the central 'bank, the president greatly desires the election I balI your attention to this matter ,i

tiher: flat_ notwithstanding the fact Born in Norfolk.. the national banks form a central association Major Chai H. Bliss who Is giving of )If. hughes as governor of If Divorce Case Not CalledOfFHe because the Board of Bond Trustees 1 !
:
!:.JI\ he made several Mr. Ooston was :born :in Norfolk, New. York.. sole charge of this matter up 4 r
good points I to take up the matter.. ot. some attention to the work being have
Vs 27 1869. (He the
on March was WillDemand '
puist Mr. Eroward circulation. done upon' the foundation of the new' "I say to you with President Roose All to the present time ? ,j U
son of Capt Henry H.Coston .an oftier "that .
The Governor's Address.The city hall secured yesterday from the velt's authority, said ]''Ir. Root. Yonrs respectfully, { '

governor opened the, debate vce.who of the'United, stationed States marine the Pen ser- Coughed Up Buck -Shot. site "& sample of the cement which is he regard. Hearst- as.wholly. unfit to of the Evidence.By CHAS.! H. BLISS. .
hortly: } after the appointed was. -at be an Insincere,, self' I Mayor. :
hour and eovernor. as
Portland rig'used In work, which he .i
: the
sacola navy yard for .mam'y teari, and Ore.; Nov. 1,-In a violent '4
far demagogue who is trying to
hour
d
an hammered
giving seeking
,
away who was the inventor of the ."Coston fit. of cough'ag! shortly,before i r proposes to have tested. workingmen New York As.oclaU4 Press. I The Law's Provision. '
acIs i and figures, the law drive tbe .
readg
cit'ng ,
\
!i tie: opinions of ethers and arguing dstress! signal.." He ,received his education his death 'at a local hosp'tal: H. L. [ The mayor stated yesterday after- by false statements and false, promises Paris, Nov 1.-In spite of the reiterated Peasacola, Fla, Oct. 2oth, 190G.Hon. .
in the Mills, an Oregon'pione of 1&76 an I rica that he passed through one 01 statements made yesterdayby .
public and private r .
that ;
each point with telling effect The I ; I with 'his authority Cbas. H. Bliss, Mayor, I
. &\a erao" bad his usual: supply of schools, of Norfolk !-nd:1ater: took a nephew >of, General Robert, E. Leo the gates enclosing: the site which are he considers sax; Hearst's election .would Maitre Crnppl in his opening address City of Pensacola :
course in the Washington'and Lee commander of'the Conuederatearwy, LuW open, and with a bucket had it discredit alike at the trial of :the Case, of :"
and Dear SIr
;0 taps and papers whIch were used to University at Lexington Va .,In 1831 raided from his lungs a buck shot that filled: with the cement being used. He be an injury anda Countess Boni de Castellane for divorce '
j .
rCtf advantage to illustrate the var. to honest labor: and honest capital I am just In receipt of jour com* i
ponts made and his address he graduated in :the law school of. had been carried in his body since! }was accompanied by a police officer serious Injury to 'the work in which from her husband that there mnnicatlon of this date in regard to _.

C'rld' : of oratorical nourishes with was that univers and in the summer of the civil war! when, as a member ot and the first bucket, he says was he i Is engaged of enforcing the laws was not the :faintest possibility :of a work on the new city halL .> '' I_ _

-ich: some of his opponents>> seek to the, same year 'Was"aamltted to practice -; the Peenth! New York Engineer taken from the officer by the foremanin against corporate! wrong-doing.: reconciliation it Is by no means certain As yon have reported to me, I am ;
law in tfcat .cH). 'He practiced 1 corps he fought against the amy charge of the work and emptied of that the count has completely forwarding the Information given to

I tuulle enthusiasm for their cause. there until June 18?!$,,when he came commanded by his mother's.! brother' its contents. CROKER"SAYS HEARST'S ELEC- abandoned the hope of such an 'out the architect. I am also communicating !-

!: was simply a plain statement oft to Fencacola.on_account'of,the illness 1. Ti a foreman, so the mayor states, TION WOULD PARALYZE LABOR come. It seems certAIn. that Count with the contractor

a:t C1't'! supported by 'the'evdence! of his father 'then' stationed at the Eighty-Two a Minute.. old him that he did not recognize Boni's defense to the' chargeof In- IA the meantime, however, I be? a
others
- 1 E'-rh!*: similar and tie to the citation address of the whch law! local navy yard In, .October of the New York, Nov. 1.-Rose' L. Fritz].hIm In any ,manner, and that he London?Nov. 1.-=In consequence United of fidelity willbe "unproven", and that to call your attention to Article 2, '

k,. rered in Pensacola the same. year he:was adrnittedtothe, bar or this city, 'wha won the .world would not permit any of the cement the donb.. expressed in the he will demand an Inquiry and pro of the contract between the city and '

fcas.on upon of th:s city, And had practiced law j writing championship in Chicago last! being taken from the place. The States regarding 'the ,genuineness' of duction of .witnesses for the_purposeof the contractor, Mr. C. H. Turner for ..},
of his with Hon. to
debate Croker
John S. here since thenThe ., June tame out ahead in the content mayor, however, was determined, and the dispatch of Richard prolonging the case, the' idea being said building which was signed by -t J
Beard. At the conclusion! of of New
bSaddress deceased had'Jield several positions in the national business show In Madl- refilled the bucket and told the forE 1 Senator 'Patrick :McCarren to accomplish .reconciliation.If yon which provides that the work:

!atl'd. h.e was heartily' congratu- ,pf publfc: ,trust.. When the waterfront SOd Square Garden last night. She man that if he interferred he would York, the ,Associated: Press to-day the Inquiry is avoided the decision while being done under the direction .

Mr. 'commission to' adjudicate tii i-1 wrote 2,467 words from dictation in be placed und*r arrest.' I sent Croker:the: following. message United: will probably not be rendered.before I of the sald...architect is subject to l

Wii. Dougherty's Address. titles of tie waterfront i lands of. half an hour making five errors. Of It is the intention of the mayor to "Asociated Press of the Nov. 21.BISHOP. I the supervision of the Board of Pub- _
Chas. his whether you _ '
Dougherty opened ,. formed have a test made of the material States wishes to know 'under such Instructions -
aJdrE'ss city was : be, was appointed the; thirteen entries Paul Mnnter, I '}{cCa.r.- He Works of the City
ton: with by dIsclaiming any connec-the as one of the.three. members, and he who defeated Miss Fritz last fall The ,city has recently received -machines sent following cablegram: manly GALLOWAY'S as may be given b? ordinance '

) corporate interests and also held the' posit! 'jon 'of circuit came nearest to her record. He wrote for the testing of cement and ren. Congratulate' you on or resolution of the city council

y statement the that he believed the planof court commissioner f"I"n.- mber .of, 2,466 words, but made eleven errors., these: are in charge of Geo. Rommel, stand you' have, taken, _:'win'or lose. CONDITION NO WORSE ," in accordance with the law covering .
Kindly reply -
5- inopportune governor was He dealt unbusines.5likeInrI at consid years. Jr., an expert who is in charge of signed" Richard- Croker. By Associated p,...*. the matter. I am. .,;.
*Me The deceased,.was' prominent in the sewerage and drainage work. Mr. anda Jackson.C MIss.. Nov. t.-The'l: ndl- Yours respectfully.
CloD length upon the efforts of,Ham- fraternal! and 'gicial oraer: ,. being a sn addition to a large circle of friends Rommel services have been ten- 'No heply' was received last night tion of Bishop Charles B. .Gallowaywho U HILTON ORBBN 3 I
requesting -
and Dlss'on to drain the Everglades aiemher of the Knights of 'Pythias and relatives. dered the board by T. Chanlkly Hat. second message was sent to-day in,the suffered an acute attack.. of Chairman. I' '.

Idc The establish effort:, a large sugar.plantation. the Ellwand the Eagles,having' bee The hour of the funeral has not yet ton the supervising engineer, and he an answer"Associated It came Press, Bright's disease; several :days 'ago la ; ,

he said had' been a fall- elected to the; ,:position 'of. worthy been decided upon, a3 telesrams_have will make tests of any material or following words Freeman's practically unchanged.', Whll$ his Referred to Trustee. {:
'U.rr notw'tbstanding .the fact that when, Iran: formedin been sent to relatives in qtber:cit'es work London. See to-day's .
angh land president. the was perform any other that the ,McCarren corrected. condition is! not conslderul .critical Oct. 25th, 1908. i
had to
been drained to nse his death and Journal Cable '
the of
this city bearing news board desire. t
,
a* a may now the physicians are apprehensiveof Green, 4;
Hilton
Hon. L.
sugar plantation. The governor.. mother, sister I the interment will not be made until Signed Croker"In p
Mr. Co'ston.lea'esa' ,
aid< Mr tn the Freeman's"Journal an, unfavorable change.. Chairman Board of Bond Trustees ,
lots his interview
pougherty. has raised
.
.hs! death, reach the city. V ,
of Sugar and one brother .tp .mourn the .:_ : Oroier admitted that the City. 1 f''
he
cane but ,
upon paper, :
COuld not do it upon the land in, the election Jn 'New' York. turned largelyon GEO. ADE SAYS HE Dear Sir:, ,

$5 50 Everglades even if it were 'recla'med i- MASSAC.H USETTS the question of trusts'and expressed I IS NOT ENGAGEDBy I am JOlt In receipt of your communication :.

to "Connection with the failure of THE CUMBERLAND the belief that It Hearst won and of this date In reply to t .t
'
tie Disston scheme Mr. Doughrty carried out his program, the effect Associated Press mine of same date in regard to the f

to rated! that half a milion dollars had : would: be ,to paralyze labor because Chicago Nov. L
*pn sunk in the effort to grow cane PRESBYSERIANS WILL capitalists would ,be compelled ,to.In denied that he engaged to be married I am cognizant of the clause ir .,
I
ton tn,1 operate a sugar factory. The I CONGRESSMAN N vest.in government bonds and stocks. to Miss Helen HaI .'"' "-.' the contract to which you call my, attention '
, fati of and I brought this matter t to -
the matter, he said was that I CHURCH ,....
the council las nigus
sugar would FIpilTUNION -" the attention of the
that
Disston raised "
-t sot : attention to the factthat .;
errstahze: BLOWS'UP vilBna their
and, after wasting a \ : .
SHERIFF
C:011111e: of of I the Board of Public TOorkg doe
years and a large sum -
. iflOOty *n useless effort the entire to-Absorption Presbyterian Church in United DEADRepresentative not know officially] that a city hall ,
;, Object built in the city or that there :
had is being
ftant, <1 been removed to Cuba. And RAILROAD TRESTLE WITH '
, .ani has been any contract for one, or anything '
C ha added, was now on the nd' 'Civil Courts Will
the
Jlarket: for Stat s a Resort to about it. I desired the eouneU' illGS
.. $10 an acre, and without '
;, 1 purChaser in sight. -, v '. > BLAST OF DYNAMITE last evening to give the Board of Pnfc"
trto Iuc i*. Probably Result. : lie Works official notice of the eree :.
lands drained Hoar Promi- 1
even w'hen ,. .
,
rd4ng tion of the city ball and also the construction
to advanced .
the -
: .f
argument
of the sewer system, and
r .
Itr SsH Dougherty, are practically I By Acsoclate d-.Pi- .... t to ask fcr the resignation of all } nent Republican, Expires In Accordance With Court's Order He Opens Gap For to direct them. as provided by ordinance .

J**1 easily: stated that such lands Birmingham," Ala.->Nov. 1.-The -beginning -tors who agreed to the union of PU"f"I and i>T law, what they shoolC .;

'J.!!' had been worked out and when once I of''!ybat! :' .pr : fes'to be a two churches. It was also'. at Worcester. .Dredge. Boat to Pass Through Mississippi do in regard to the same. The xoua- "
exhausted
they re- .
, ur0 d demand the money books and recordsof -- ". cil saw fit to refer, the matter to you I
Presbyterian .1 -
more fertilizer than any others fight between >he: Cumberland the synOd. which are ,claimed to Worcester, Mass., NOT. 1.-Representative "'. ; **+ together with the city attorney and '.
,
On CanaL .
the I v I
Ji{ face of the globe. c1ueh.fl,13J1l4! : ? : againstthe be the property: the Cumberland, Rockwood Hoar died at fate '- a committee from the council which i

/!:.a' opposed the giving effort being- mads.to ,hare It ,absorbed church. I I name here tonight He was electedas -- committee was duly appointed last .

U: "e st autocratic power to a. body by Presbyterian church In The Unlont.'.s,'it is reported dont1 a republican in 1904 to the .59thcongress Associated Press canal In order to 'permit night and the matter will be brought _
I'* to men ana pleaded with the,peo-: the United Stateassounded to-day recognize the existence of 'socu :1- from the third Massachusetts' B> a: dredge officially to your notice so soon as 1 it '
1.-With dy.namlte boat to The *i
La Nov. road
pass branchof
serve Iberia ; a
their Interests by New ;
own .Cumberland -body the which had beencarried by a prepared.
tot1ng I at a session of the 4J.bama. : as Cumberland Presbyterian district crowbars'to-daY Sheriff the Southern Pacific. '
The sheriff
against the proposition. synod the resolution church In Alabama the three preceding and: 1 submit that it Is Impossible tot j
I Pre bt rlah and It Is believed ,democrat for forty.flve'foot acted on an order Issue ,
A opened.a ) by Judge
'l..,i. Fine Exhibit. I adopted upon.all Cum I>*'-- the demand for the records:will bej terms. He was 51 years old and had Henderson Iberia'and Simmins In the District ,after the Board of Public Works to inter ,
rat trestle of the court
the ;
question the most artlsitc. church.. : to 'emr.46/ refused and a resort to,. civil court!beg, prominent in Masachusetts poll gap in %
land congregations '' '
J[ .. Vermflllon railroad over the district litigation lasting three. Booths.:, (Continued on Second Pags.) : ,
.-. Unuc n..Joytih-p.l i g.ne tat ,CumtierJaad ministers P and may. follow / ::: .tics for years. '

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H DAY. Hood'sSarsaparillaEradicates Continued from First Page __ __ _ ___ _ SI
: fere in this matter in any way wha .t
ever until it has been officially DOt!'Ii .
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It cores all Its manifestations,

aDd bands up the whole system. decided fed that upon this and public contracted work has for,been and 1t! IS :BEaEJ:: ::: II IIt

: Graves:Being Decorated and Accept ao BtbstUut until it receives instructions from the: : ,

council as to what it should do. ,
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Services to Be Held at HICKS' In the meantime I-, as chief exec.I. -_ -. .5
live of the city, am aware that the : SI
CAPUDIN) foundation of this city hall is being 1


Churches To-Day. 7 uatCMour HEADACHES CMU constructed think without that, due the of inspection work damaged should and material be I stopped should and I! No matter what your want, you go to-the .Specialist: to: satisfy j jit IJ


festerdajr afternoon there were COLDS until 'proper inspection is had and
mo
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crowds of ladies and children at St. that the city's Interests are properly
Iflchaers the I.lte II H.un that's the correct thing to do for Ifl'thatWaYOflfr-CaflyOU:
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cemetery putting graves N 1IcII... Mini 3IIraoooooooooooooooooo protected.I ; IIi jj
IB: order for the celebration :of All do not know, of any one who has .

Souls Day. the authority to,interfere;in the mater ., s-
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Some of the graves have already ooo ooo at the present .time except your !! obtain the best. :
been covered with flowers and some .
L. C.
PHILLIPS Ph. .
had very beautiful designs upon board.Respecfully,. n il

them. From the graves of the hum. Homeopathic.: ; CHAS. H. BLISS, *. ____: 55<
blest to the granite tombs of those, I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.1\1.1' :Mayo: .. S.
who in life trod paths which were' Office and Residence, 12 N.
perhaps less thorny than those of Heurs: 9 to 11 a. m, 1 to 5 p. The Mayor's Duty. '

their silent neighbors-all have received Phone 55.BEARD Pensacola; Fla., Oct: 26th, 1906

the attention of loving hands 00101100010000001000000000 Hon. .Chas. H. Bliss, II We Are Underwear II
and violets roses and big white Mayor, City of Pensacola.
chrysanthemums, covered the sod Dear Sir: ,, .

and leaned against" the marble tomb' Late last evening received- a sec. ) _ '. __ __ __ ___ __
stones. > APPEALS!! ond communication from you in regard -J-- -
To-day at St. Joseph's'church there to the new city halL '
will be holy communion at sixthirtyand I am not standing ceremony as ww

seven o'clock in the morning and tk to whose in the duty matter it may referred be to to.take and ac I Been and selling it for right here in Penjl jl
Requiem High mass at 9 o'clock' for. >a I buying twenty years :
all the faithful departed. have called upon the architect to Iii .,
At four o'clock in the afternoon In ESCAM81A give immediate attention thereto.In .

there will- at be St.the Joseph's annual poor,cemetery soul devotion it is regard not for to this the question board to you give raise an, sacola, and know just what to buy for this climate and the best If Ifi

and pronouncing the absolution. and opinion thereon but since yOu men-


: blessing There to-day.will of the be no Rev.graves.services P. H.at Whaley ChristChurch VOTERS'Says' S' me has tion that It no, I if official may the Board say knowledge that of Public it appears that Wbrks the to i places to buy it When you want Underwear, come to us, for |1i N


the rector left last jiigMjQr.CoJunj.Tins. : .- city hall is being built and that work

S. C_ where he will attend theconvention on the sewerage, etc., is commencing,
-- it is about time that it was inform< have the particular kind want. Our will coa4stril
f-- prices
the Afujec.Episcopal, ministers .. "\" .It, is Duty of Every of of the the legislature same by the governing mayor. this The bus act- i we just you you \Ii Iiii \


At be St.service Katherine's at half church in therewill the Qualified:t' Citizen to Cast ness, the ordinance 'passed by the find reasonable for don't have make all us kAgent
P..ast.four
to
extremely
afternoon. council, and the contracts with the i we II
Ballot architect. the engineer uli tile contractors -
will Tuesday. our'S
churcfi; .
At St. Michael's I thefe" foP the hall and sewer
city

9 be) a.first m. mass at 6:SO. and a \DAna t John S. Beard. democratic nomineefor age.shall etc.be ,Jdqne all provide unfcr the that supervisionof the work profit out of Underwear We sell everything to wear for men,

the state senate ha\ issued the
; Public Works I do n
the B6ard ))6f I
There Is no Reason following address to the voters of II
', not thine \therefore, that any .act or *
*hy your baby should be thin, and Escambia county: i. *' failure to'aet! on taa.part of the counciL I women and children If : need Underwear come: and see

fretful during the night Worms are f Mr. Beard's.Appeal.To <: as suggested ,by you, can in anyway you us. Ui
Voters of Egcambla" County
the : ,
the cause of thin sickly babies. Its effect toe'law, and I suggest that -
) natural that a healthy baby shouldbe I earnestly urge every qualified .
it is the duty;of the, mayor as chief if
fat and .U. 'If baby voter to cast his vote forvthe-straight i
sleep w your executive of the city to [call the attention e: _
does not retain its food, don't experiment democratic ticket on election day, of the Board of Public Worksto
with colic cures and other medi- which IS 'Tuesday. November 6th. its I 'scSA
what, it would appear, is dutyin Watson Parker&R.eeseCo. ,
tines. but'try a' bottle of Whlt 's There is opposition to tbV democratic the matter. 4

Cream Vermifuge 'and you will soon ticket in ,this county. The>ocialisU Yours respectfully, i 4, ,
have ticket in the field. While this 4,
tee your baby have color-and laughs a L. HILTON GREEN', 4, Oft'lcefordII'
it should. county is democratic by a large majority ,
has been lost Chairman.The ..................................................... ..................4
battle
-- REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT by the. many apathjr a born of Tover crnfi Architect's: .Report. .....................................................::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::............... "

BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK. dence. No voter should feel that it is' Pensacola, Ha, Oct. 31. '!W06
JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR his neighbor's duty to vote and not Hon. Chas. H. !Bliss, Mayor, grounds; such being the ease it was matter he stated that "he had nothing w.

PROPERTY WITH ME'FOR SALE.Coopers his.To I City of Pensacola. absolutely impossible for the architectto whatever to do. with the Board of REASONS WHYs

cast .his vote is a duty which. .Dear Sir; have any knowledge about the Public Works" that he had been so I[ GARNERSp J r AF'i
Medicine for sale every citizen: ;;-WhCJIsqu llfted, oWes Referring to the matter of the city; work. It was impossible for him to advised'but refused to say who his

by all druggists.BIG to the community.- hall and to your report to this board know' whether-damaged cement had adviser. were. Your board will ; No.74RealFOlWir

ft There will be many important that damaged cement was being used been used or not.I readily recognize that It is Impossiblefor .

TUG HERCULES. measures which affect the welfare of In the construction I beg to advise submit further to your honorable the Board of Public Works to I! ta The Journal ......-....,.,
I SAILS FOR KEY WEST. the state and :county before the next you that the architect reports to this board that, if th. city tall is to be supervise the architect when the architect
legislature. The prestige of a large board that the beat known brand of built without the,presence of the architect refuses to acknowledge or Gamlers NOT. 1.-The weather has Collars last !n the
The big naval tug Hercules which majority at home will strengthen your cement Is being used In the city hall and without' the 'presence 'of have anything whatever to do with been very cool during the past week 10(,
came here immediately after the senator and representatives in the that no damaged cement has been. anyone to superintend the work on the board. You are, therefore, officially and on Thursday morning frost was Laundry. Lion Brand

storm to assist in wrecking the many legislature and enable them to accomplish or is being used in the construction the part of the city, and,that the con- notified that the said architectis reported in some places but not C
llars
vessel blown ashore at the navy more. for your good. Again I work of said building and that great tractor is to be allowed to use anything DOt living up to his contract in. enough to do much damage. are .
yard receifed orders yesterday to I urge all democrats and all'" other care is",being xerd sed by the con he ChOOses in any way he superintending said building under The' population of Garniers still In- all FOUR-PLY. .Ich.
proceed at once to Key ,West, where voters who have thd'todd. of 'th irI tractor:jh mixing the concrete in chooses without any supervision, thatIt the supervslon of the board of Public creases. This time it ,is a 12 pound (purl.

; she will either be stationed or receive .. I county. : and state at.heart, to turn quantities as',called: for In the" spec!- would be just as well dispense Works as provided by his contract boy bern to Manuel Brown and wife. 15 cents each, 2 for 25 cents!

ordrs to proceed elsewhere.The out on Tuesday, Novembers 6th and :.ficatfons. with the services of the architect altogether You are further officially notified that Captain Asa Ward'came in with his
tug took on supplies and coal !vote the straight democratic ticketRespectfully J'j' The architect reports that.the works and save the money that iso the said architect is violating his con load of freight much earlier this week AT ILL GOOD SHOPSTh'e 1W

yesterday afternoon and will probably so far; has been: well.executed. be paid to him. tract, by not superintending in >per Retting in Tuesday. He went downon

sail this'morning.. JOH S. JJD.[!: ;[ :Youra.respectfu1Ii," I call the attention of your honor- son, or by representative. the .construction Sunday. ,
I I
The tug rendered some valuable > IS,: 1IDl.tOi"GREm.'l. able body to the contract,' signed on of the said city hall. :Miss Hattie Rogers gave- a lawn among
work\ In assisting to float the naval New Suit FlIed. .: r '. Chairman.Referring behalf ef the city and your board and You 'are hereby officially, furtaer party Tuesday evening to a numberof C-tv: I 4

'dock and now that the dock is again The following new suit waV filed .to your verbal advice tome the architect, in which be agrees to notified, that, of my own knowledge, her young; friends., Croquet and StormWe Johrof
safely; moored off the yard there is no yesterday in the omce of the?clerk yesterday.that.you did not find superintend in person or by representative I am aware that the contractor for the other games were the amusements. Tal
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further need of her remaining here. of the circuit court: .that the cement being.used for the: at his own expense the construction new dty ball is not living op to his Refreshments! were served. -
it being believed that.the, ITacag and Ruby' Hattti TS. Maria Swann, fore foundation of the cltyhall was being of said building and it is specifications ,In that he is using Senator Mallory and party returnedto 9 tcrdarItares

Osceola can perform the work left closure of mortgage; Thos. Pebley,-attorney re-enforced I beg to:advise that lift impossible for me to understand how cement which is prohibited by the Pensacola Sunday the 27th after a now have all of o-n: A
at the yard. for plaintiff. that the cement is superintend specifications, and I serve notice upon
architect reports the said architect can two weeks outing at the Gamier Club storm-beaten docks uort
in you that if this work I is not done according city
being re-enforced and placed accordance the said building by being absent fromIt Camp. Yt
with the. specifications. In person, and baring no represen to contract, and, if the pres- I Mrs. R. C. Irwin returned from ing, and are prepared r t" rf. l visit

lore'children, and no tome Li H G, Chm. tative on"the grounds.The ent work is not remedied! that I will I Pensacola Wednesday; where she had vessel from 100 r" ,: > ** The
that take such legal steps as may be necessary j any
,
provides
further !
contract: been to make her final proof her POlIcE
% withowhicl completely happy with Mayor Will Protect City. the said architect shall supervise to protect the city's interests ;.homestead. on I tons on short nome. \.. lug th

yet the ordeal through Hon. L. Hilton Green Nov. 1st, 1906 6aId Board building of under IPtoblic the supervision Works. The of apart and to for prevent city hall the,bond being money paid for set I I Mr. Goodrich pTe' a' HaIlowe'enhouse I:'solicit estimates from cap lug at
the
the I wanning party. Quite 111
a large
expectant mother Chairman Board of Bond Trustees said architect ha. never reported to such work. I I crowd attended a number tains and owners ot \.e..t'.I' two op

must pass usually is so.full of suffering, cIty he Board of Public Works in anything I issue notice, as executive officerof present from Pensacola. being R
I Mr. Good- and >
the city that toe people's requiring docking
: and, money A.Ator.
the building
and fear Dear Sir: In regard to rich will
danger that she looks certainly have
forward an ideal
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Nwe shall be squandered in such un- resort .
not
of meet
I have before me your letter when asked by the Board at its pairs. 11.
\ to the critical business like would not when completed if his plans are
tour with apprehension Oct 31st advising me that Architect tug last evening in regard to the manner as worked: out. ,It win contain the ci
between
and dread. Mother's Ausfeld reports to ,your board that be permitted upon any public! work or BRICE JI"Ss ci.tr
Friend, by its penetrating the best known brand of cement is any well managed private enterprise. twenty and thirty rooms ,with baths, OLLINGER SL Sthre
and soothing properties I have the honor to remain, electric lights and steam heat He
allays nausea, nervousness, and being used in the construction of the a
WOULD YOU Yours respectfully, has ordered the building material for DRY DOCK COMPANY
all unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for tbeordeal new city hall and that no damaged very four or five new MayIf .
CHAS. R: BLISS cottages: and a I
..... been Is being used in pa- .
that she cement has or : villion. :'I Ii:
passes throughthe the said building and that great care I Mayor.BE MOBILE, ALA. rt'! ":
I HUSKS MF. T. J. Pryor 1
EAT CORN returned from Pen-
event safely and with but I3: being exercised by the contractorIn CHARITABLEto sacola Tuesday where I 7'flniaIWest
he has -
been ,
the concrete, etc.. and that
little suffering, as numbers have Mothersits the mixing architect reports that the work so : to get at the corn? Of course you your horses as well as to your for the past week looking after some',
Then why should you self. You need Jot suffer from pains business matters: ern or
testified and said, "it is worth far has been well executed.The would not
desires to to the take the greasy oil of the cod's liverto of any sort-your horses need not Mrs. Teldeman and :Mrs. Boylea. of Coal and Wood age quP
mayor say
weight in gold. $1.00 per Board of Bond Trustees that the get the valuable medicinal elements suffer. Try a bottle of Ballard's Pensacola were .Bayou visitors this 1

bottle of druggists. Book containing: brand of cement being used ,has not contained therein* Snow Liniment It cures all pains. J. week, and attended the Goodrich tYerk ,
has no medicinal M. Roberts Bakenfleld. Mo., writes: house warming. I'I
The oil or grease past
valuable information mailed free. friend been questioned, that the brand has I We deliver Ice Coal nja 'S F
virtue, but it Is the medicinal .elements -"I have used your Liniment for ten to aCt
been considered one of the best ceTnents I
THE BRADflflD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta Co. enveloped in the oil which represent years and find it to be the best I have THERE'S NO USE Wood anywhere In the :to Semlnrthe
made. But matter how
no
supply In &ntltv *
talking you
can't any iu
all the tonic and curative ever used for man or beast. you beat Herbine for !
good a brand of cement may be nor the liver. service Is always prompt eJ
The
liver oiL greatest !
of cod regulator Lamb
-- how good the cement: maybe in fact, properties all of the medicinal Special Train for Otis Skinner. ever offered to suffering Steam and Domestic Coal
In Vinol you get humanity. "nile
it that cement is exposed to water curative elements of cod liver oil actually Nick Smith is in receipt of a telegram If you suffer from liver complaint Wood Cut Any Size. .4 chi
()r dampness it deteriorates in value taken from fresh cods' livers from the advance agent of Otis If you are billions and fretful, It's I Captallfak
your
and is not fit for use 'for which' good but no oiL The oil is thrown away Skinner, stating that a specal! train liver, and Herblziewijl put it in its E. G. SEWALL.
Domestic Is But jj jjAnother cement is intended. had been engaged for the
Economy ;
throwaway company proper condition A
for the same reason you positive cure for,
1. It is a fact well known to the mayor I 'ork.40wn.
which to
Is here I
play Saturday night,
I
Constipation Billiousness N. Tarra
-1 and to the Board of Public Worksas the corn husks.A Dyspepsia,: Phones 614-363. 26 ::
of H and although; the curtain will ring up ;
Name member of the firm w. and all ills due to a torpid liver Trs -
P01'Wisdom well as to the contractor for the 11, wllup
new city hall and should be to all White &: Co.. says: "Knowing the at 8 o'clock sharp, the play will not a bottle and you win never use any. 'r
wonderful medicinal l, curative and be cut or hurried. The play is a thing else.MAXIMUM. ?
the parties interested, that the cement raDtAnti
good the house will undoubt-
ities of Vinol. Iwish one and
i. In spending money for the household, join the which is now being used in the construction ody-building every person propel in Pensacola who edly be filled to the capa lY. TEMPERATURE, OF BOOKSI tu}
of the,city hall was exposedto lnky5'pla
Domestic Economy class by furnishing home Is overworked, run-down, debilitated. 65 DEGREES YESTERDAYThe
your the water in the recent hurricane PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. !:
later" which destroyed one of the buildings very old person, every weak woman' PAZO OINTMENT Is Kuaranteea to
on our "Buy now, Pay plan. All over Pensa- i maximum temperature
every sufferer with chronic colds cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleeding record. I ; Try a C3 It.
in which a portion ofthe cement was or Protruding Piles ed at Pezsacola gfttlng long' '
in 6
to It yesterday *
days or $ -
cola find comfortable consumption was 5 degrees of eatertt
homes.established Incipient
.you can on stored and greatly' damaged the other bronchitis or money refunded 50c. at 3 p. m, while .book. No other. form tOUhIUbbO
the minimum
offer to return as satisfactoryIt
the foundation of Marston & building in which the other portion would try Vinol on our 54 I ,
Quina prices and credit. money if it falls to benefit. W. 212PHONEs81.East was degrees at 12il s. m. I will give you more eatls'a .' h
These housekeepers know the value of dollar i :was stored and that water ran down H. White & Co., Druggists.Note Hill Last year on toe same date the :'buy your books. read them t' (vr ;i PUn
'Ribb
a as 'over this cement until large quantities Grocery Co. maximum was 72 degrees and bu'M: up a library for the **"
ivell as the value of high-class Furniture of became hard as rock, and -While we are sole agents for M. F. BOWES. Manager. minimum 52 degrees. and the yourself and heirs. forlb
Mattings, ; other quanties partially "set," and Vinol in Pensacola, it is now for sale Increased business makes two phone I I have book to suit all tastes-

: :Druggets. Stoves, etc. Let us add'your name to our that this cement, or as much of It at the eading drug store in nearly wagon necessary" and another new delivery. ALWAYSWAS SICK. ,:books.No Uttrary.should eYeD-be without one If only SOB a bjr' J,

: list of satisfied customers.BUY as can be pulverized is being used In every town and city in the country.in When a man says he always was Twain'. book.. I hv hiS UV> 11a;
Look for the Vinol agency your REMOVED RCOMlo2. '
: TO F
the construction of the foundation of BRENT sick-troubled wtth Humor. at I1JM; Hnckldwrry
a
town. BUILDING. JOHN. cough that .$L0 Tom Sawyer, at Jl-il. '": L!!;
W. ;
halL BULLOCK. lasted all wtnt
the '
i $ : new city JR. REAL r.what'would you 'Abroad, at $Z.<*>; RK It. ,
: NOWPA : TER.1 ,I submit to your"honorable board E8TATE- USTYOUR say-he never was' sick since using Published by Harper tnt-clau P J c..e..

..' that .the architect, who has admitted FASTIDIOUS WOMEN PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. Ballard's Horehounl. Syrup. Such a and binding.
i 2 before the Board of Public Works consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic MEETING TO-NIGHT. man exists. .

that he-does not know when the foundation necessity in the hygienic care of the Staff members of. Naomi flebeeca Mr. J. C. Clark. Denver. Colorado HOWLAND,
MARSTON QUINA "was begun that be'was not PCTsoo and for l local treatment of Lodge. L 0. o. r.. will-pu,.. meet at writes: Tor years' I :*a* troubledall HARRY T. J
j" 1 on the grounds while It was being feminine ills. As :a wash its cleansing, heir practice.ball to-BRht A full at S o'cJocll: sharp for winter. This cough left Store-
in Book
attendance J. me a Luna
built, that he did not see the cement! germicidal deodorizing and healing :,, requests- miserable Manager. De
: 106/110S.PaUfoxSt, Phone 149., Pensacola, Fla. i that was being put in the _building qualities are extraordinary., For saleat $5O'TO LOAN ON GOOD SEe Horehound cond1t1 Syrup n.and I have tried not Ballard's had De Luna SL, Phone K91!! Nt

:: that he did not test, the cement and Druggists. Sample free. Address CURITY. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT sick day since That's a

1.0......... ......................................... that he had no representative oa the j The R. Paxton Co., Boston, Mass. CO. for me." what it did
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tXPORT SHIPMENTS fOR 'Ci onThree a'ocu a \m\IOVtl \\ \\\e \\ao.i I _, ""H



OCT; VALUED AT $! ,!I6O8I) \ tcvcs- .fat ftft.. Ytait the\u"S ; '-


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While the' Were tmU\u\c1\"mi toga a\\d 'tG.UUa. ; L LU.

Receipts at the Custom- House- ,Larger-. : \ .:


Than' _Have Been Known:. in Many Months, / '{ : ; \ U\\1\C1""S1 o r b iUUQ )


I Reaching 8058.10 ';, ;I Ii ... _... ..,.. .,':;:; -:" ;.:'- ''iK.
Ci"tc1'1& : '
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Shipments :from Pensacola to for. Value of Exports.
eisu ..,uti.. duiiag the jaonti| of Oc-I ; t
The.shipments ,to.the Carious: coun- .
!Itober reached a valuation of $1,161- used Cadners tobacco in the famous Pied- .I :
tries and theIr valuation, arc as follows ways are by grown .

i i : i '_ : OSl Reports during' the showing past month the transactions were- Austria: .. .. u .. .. .. .. ..$ 19,400 for curing and preparing their tomont' region', requires and takes less r '

.completed by the custom house'om.- Belgium .. .. .. : .. .. .. 58,315 bacco for the market namely sun sweetening than tobacco grown in l lr r
cia.it: yesterday, and '\fhhIrt": : f, France .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 54,055 ,
I I fact that the month followed the bur- Germany .. .. ., .. ,- .. 827,166 cured air 'cured and flue cured. any other section of the United States f f :

tl ri ane, which almost paralyzed side Italy .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., 111,486 "
The old is air wholesome
and has stimulating
ping for a short while,. the business Netherlands .. .. .- -. .. .. 390 and cheap way called f i

: \ done is exceptionally good United Kingdom .. .. _". .. 507,527 cured; the later discovery and imjukyfuU tobacco taste that satisfies J
The.receipts at the custom house ..' 59,328 -
I were larger than have been known Argentine Canada ..' .. _. .. '.. .. .. 3,483; f proved way is called flue cured. tobacco hunger. That'svhy chewers ;

during the year the duties on the imports Brazil .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,. 19,896 '
m. In flue the tobacco is taken because Schnapps -
I ,alone amounting ta $ curing ,prefer: Schnapps, { 1
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k}ry iI 1 I I amount while other to collections.8.0. :>810. S':85JO'1 Total .. .. .... ..J1.161.0S1 from the fields and racked In barns cheers more than any other chewing f : ::

ie .. month twenty;fire, vessels enteredi I Imports! for November. especially built to retain heat and tobacco and that's why chewers of j
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.1 I from foreign anlleleven l from domestic !i Import shipments during the monthof '
"a }2a ports making {otal of thirty-six I November promise to be better there subjected to a continuous high Schnapps pass the good thing along ,

entrances. OnlY sctenteen vessel* than any month of the year Thereare temperature, produced by the directone chewer makes other chewers,
took out clearance-papers eight going a large number of cargoes en
to foreign and:nln>:td domestic ports. route or loading for this port and as heat of flame heated flues, which 'until the fact is established that

There were five .entrances of oer- many of: the cargoes are subject to
chandise subject to";duty, and six entrances duty the collections will again be brings put in the tobacco, thatstimulating there: are more chewers and more

free of'duty.. rIANI. 'good. taste and aroma that pounds of tobacco chewed to the

expert roasting develops in! green population in states where. Schnapps 1

.. I 1 coffee. These similar processes give tobacco is sold than there are In. .- .
40 N ARUTHITECTSyIEWTHE
PPOINTMENT to both tobacco and coffee the cheer.thos : states where Schnapps has not !

: ing and stimulating quality that popyet..been. offered to the trade. .

r : ularizes their use., ,A ,loc. plug of Schnapps is more i

Tn BE M OETONIGHT quality of tobacco depends economical; than a much larger loc. Ii'Ii'The .

NJTE THIS BACK much on the curing process and the plug of cheap tobacco. Sold at 500. ,

"t kind of soil that produces it, as expert per pound In 5C. cuts. Strictly 10 : f .

body-fitting: full over hips, easy at shoulders C1-- flue"cured 1 .'
: tests prove that this and 15 cent plugs. ,. !! ;
cctf full of grace and style, and one of Stein-Bloch's most t.

ST; :fang Fall and Winter ideas. We'll l fit anyone who lets -.- .. :

cs; know his chest measure. Wm. A. Bormans, T Gives. His Safety Board to Select Deputy J.; REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY WINSTON-SALEM. N. C.CLERK !


$15 to $35cTMDARDCLOTHILIG Opinion On the City. Marshal and Prob- .*....+..............+..............*...>............ .


: ({} Hall Matter. ably a Captain. MERRITT I.:1. Southern- True Grown}Natome.Nursery' Stock |i f ,I'\'


Editor Pensacola: Journal: A deputy! marshal to fill the vacancy J ",

It is a curious instance that an by the promotion of Milton B. Budded and Grafted Pecans, June Bud and one i I P:
( TO LEAVE E I
THESEn.BUlLDIH\i! architect don't: want, to recognize city!
Frank to the position of chief and
authorities in the erectiOn of, a. new I year Peach Strawberry, Roses, Shade and Ornamental i J i
probably a captain of police, will be
.
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hall and the role of boss
-=- =- :c: city assumes Trees of all kinds. true .
Everything i
absolute. The architect is 'aware of chosen by the Board of Public Safety ,
SCARRITT MORENO. the fact that the money to be spent to-night, when It meets in regular name, or money cheerfully refunded. Write for i 1: t :

Acit SAFES for OF Di!ooid ALL Safe DESCRIPTIONS.and Lock Co.. HONI B. LAMAR* for the new city hall is the people's I session. OFFICE price,list at once. : ? t !!

, Canton, OMo0"ice money, that the people through their It is understood.that Captain Joseph
, and Salesroom E. Gov. St. employees have a right to see to: It, '
. that they get value received for their FonebIlla'is the onV applicant foi C. R. LONG Nurseryman, Andalusia, Ala. f :
, the position of marshal and 1
. SOMETHING NEW I IEc'Wlllel money that the board of pUblic"orb r it 13'also stated that deputy Tie will be recommended As Soon as Mayor Names ........ .......................................... i ':
represents the people and that. the a
SPENT U DAY y IN
: for appointment by Marshal
25
Beutj Phs art 30c per pair architect is paid out of the people's Frank. t '
V., 21 Person Succeed Him "t
A. Gahlenbeck, $ S. Palafoi SL money. !' Should the board promote him to to BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW. :
Mayor Bliss's statement that ha the position It will make a vacancy in r
,
.
T..BEDWELL. PRES. AND MANAGER. j
COTTRELL, has seen! men pounding up cement the office of captain of police and this As City Clerk.City Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone 670 and a .
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. CITY ought to put an end to all further will be filled at this meeting It was representative will calL W, T..Bl _elJ. President and Manager, 205 S. Baylen .
Pensacola.' Fla. fuss and the architect ought. to be stated yesterday afternoon that. Pa- street. o .

_. put dead to right about it. The archi- trolman EMieriilse and Mounted Officers Clerk Clifton E.. Merritt, who '
tect's place or his representative, is 'Reed and "\V112to' were probable
TURTON 6. BELL Will Leave This MorningFor on the building grounds when bad or,t candidates if Captain Fondebilla is has held the position, since shortly :
PGIOGRAPftERS SINCE 1113. I after Mayor ,Bliss assumed the office I'
materials proposed to be promoted. Others however .1
Rrl.kuppLex! Inferior are may
Fimslmj tar: AmalI1r1. I Announcement !
DeFuniak to At- used and not in Montgomery. It is send applications for the position.DefUMAK of chief executive, has tendered his -
the architect's duty to have those ma-I resignation to the mayor to become : ,

R. K. WHITE, I tend Fair.Hon. terials removed Immediately from the effective as soon as.the mayor selects :
'clutter.! MiRulaetimnq Jeweler and Graduate grounds. By doing that he shows a suitable man to succeed him. : t.
from the Third congression district trusted to him. If the plans and ing taking this step for some time, r l ,
spent yesterday and last nightin specifications are followed and executed no doubt dne to the large amount of sacola that I have associated myself with the Pensa- !' ,,

Tersely Told the city snaking' hands with his to the letter they do the rest I work that has now to be performed in cola ,Cement and, Stone 'Company, and will take the ;; "
friends in Pensacola. of the bossing. the office,' but it was only recentlythat
':Mr Lamar to Pensacola to I Decla i to The Journal. management of all constructive work. We will be ,
\Y F :Moss: of ilaranna. wasamong came It is ridiculous to refuse the city he notified the mayor to choose ; ;
the business visitors in taeesterday discuss with his i constituents' here employees access to the grounds along -> DeFuniak, :Nov. 1.-Miss Olive some one to succeed him. pleased] to furnish estimates. on sidewalks, concrete 'i
:\' their needs in Washington especiallyAS as they do not interfere with the Rogers returned Monday from a four The mayor stated yesterday after. .Ii- ''
, to the port and navy yard. and to workmen or with the workOf months' visit to relatives and friends noon that he already had several applications work of any character, and the"only Miracle Hollow :

john! Xeely, a prominent attorney receive suggestions from the businessmen course the architect is. guided by the in the north. from parties who were Block. All work entrusted to us will have my per-
o! f'al'ahassee! : was in the city yes i that he might be 'better posted plans and specifications and:need not l 1 'Miss Fannie: Woodward\ of East I aware of the clerk's intention to resign -
G''
I Se:>some, a prominent naval He will retum to tie city during anybody that is not empowered to attend the high school; man whom he would appointIt faction in every instance. Respectfully,
Iorps dealer of Bonifay was in thee the next few weeks, and says that at do so; but the parties thus ,empowered -J i 'Mr. Amard went tq Jacksonville will probably be, several days "
.: yesterday on a short business I that time he will address a meetingof have a right to see things Wednesday.Mr. blj.hhe makes the appointment '
\ r." the citizens along these lines done right. The board of public and Mrs Cower celebrated being; desirous of securing a good man ...VVWV'STEPHEN J. HARVEY,MAM/N ;
He is to leave this morning for I>eFirfak .
works for one, and Mayor Bliss as their fifty firs>t anniversary last week for the position.SCARCITY
i J "n. regular monthly! shift of the w&ere he will attend the and few in !
the head of the family certainly.. can spending tjat day a more 1
!pc io. force occurred >yesterday giv.to West Florida fair now in progress Pensacoia -
f The officers who have been serv.at there. not be denied that right.The I Mrs L. H Dans returned Wednesday OFICENT
builder of course is In a differ
night for the two months
past
from her visit to .Asheville N. C. $9.50
"' opportunity: to work the coming ent position. lie is to take'orders 'home ;
Mrs Eaton and Miss Lily
are
S "1'0 months on the day watch. from the'supervising architect only I again from Destin and Pensacola, STAMPS
CMUMUCKLA
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and nobody but the architect has r- will (
t* \, Seraphic Immigration inspection right to interfere with his work. where they have been spending' the buy beautiful
10 stationed" at Tampa is in Msluty..t summer. pictures in full .colors, handsomely framed, with
The architect to do
I is The Gulf Coast fair opened Wednesday -
ttv en route to Mobile:: ; on buslr '
connected with! his department. Special to The Journal.. That is what he is paid for., If he i and promises to be- a grand one HAS BEEN RELIEVED 'BY THE many striking designs to select from.
North ChemiK-kla, Jsox.1 MrV C.
don't do it, call him to terms and
Graphic was formerly stationed Md>a\n1 wa in liluff: Spring. last Saturday obstinateand I as far as exhimts are concerned and ARRIVAL OF A CONSIGNMENTAT store
if and has many friends in the city. on bu fns'. make him do it. If he is we hope it will be as good financially. COB s, iptoolac. I
Mrs H. C. McDdvH has returned home wont do It-well,, many a good i THE LOCAL OFFICE. .
nr Eric TOT \xelsen. of Laurel from a pleasure >i U,to friends and relativPs consul has been given a free passport -1------ -- New Brent Building. Phone 235. ;
p. n>io spent Wednesday; in theft in Mooile. for his homebound trip. Even,
School opened at the McDaxid Institute "JUST A LITTLE"GrapeNuts
'
yesterday morning for De- last Monday with Mj s:Ada V. ala Butcher Weiler was .called back to 1I -- -
1h, +n to take In the sights at the as its principal. This is. tn" old Institution Spain. I Worked Wonders For An The scarcity of one-cent postage
and has turned set<< manybright stamps in Pensacola which prevailedfor
Honda fair and to hear GovRroward W t. AUG. BORXUXS.Architect.. Unfortunate Woman.
she will
and women and we hope j
ecr<, debate dram men three or four da>s, was yesterday
B on the hold her (rrtod record I
III uon, Mr.up Henry McOavtd made a business "At last I was obliged to sit all day relieved when a large consignmentwas : RICHARD 'HUDNUT'S'TOILET
trip to Milton this weekMiss II at a sewing machine in a factory," received and parties who had'
*' Athey, who has been chief Julia JIcArthur of Bagd.il was Pretty Table Decoration.A aid an English lady who was once been endeavoring to secure stampsof
t!'rJ;; ''J' the Jierchants hotel for the visiting relatives in pur** town ,a few, pretty and inexpensive\ table decoration well and happy but whose circumstances this denomination had their wants
1 pay **i", has resigned that position days llr ago and Mrs W. A. McDavid- and can be made by Filing a"shallow t changed so that she was com- supplied. I
i ? a< :,DI l a more lucratire one at daughter. Miss Daisy have returned dish with dry BIOS, obtainable at pelled to earn her living."I Several days ago the local postofflce ARTICLES AND EXTRACTS
t leasAlaa. where- he is to enter home from a pleasant visit to their son, I due to .
:
Mr. Howard McDavid. who: is connected: any florist's! in five cent packages, soak- soon suffered dreadfully: with in- sold out' of one-cent: stamps. i
t. 'mi:lov of the Southern States with the Montgomery Light and Power ing Pie moss first with water; sow digestion, some days thought I.woulddie the fact that a shipment ordered on t;
bn. Company as bookkeeper. Company They report a most delightful quickly wild canary or wheat seed, from acute pain:: In front of the Sep. 20th failed to arrive and it f''
:. Johnson has been appoint. trip. Miss Julia JIcArtbur of Bagdad took about everythingfor seemed as though every person: in I :
rth,, accompanied them on their trip. preferably the former. Keep in the waist_Ine I Are this '
season.
r 't '1:'rk to fill the vacancy by Messrs W. H. Graft and II. Claude dark for ten or twelve days or until indigestion.'witaoiu! : any permanent Pensacola wanted one-cent stamps delightfully agreeable
fa'n Hr ger Miller: of the L. *, N.'shops Pensacola. relief; tried starvation but suffered from the manner In which calls were Every lady should have them in her -
the pro-vth Is two inches high Then
were in our town last Sunday visiting them at the stamp window.
:. I IIt Id 'O"1iKnq%*: Th up. '.11.lost of a time job is man slow who hard sits Mr Miller.Millers parents.:Mr. ,and Mr. Joe pet it ia a s nny w.ndow: The-dish just not."Curiosity as.' much whether I ate anythingor None made could for be procured, however and dresser. We 'also sell Mulhen's 4711

1I an.i! ; ,W" fOr something to turns Mr. T. J. Beck of Cbntonement, has mu! s: \* h't. make been In our neighborhood two or three keep it an even mound of green, a* food for a chanpe. posted at the stamp window that allonecent
i a !ot of lost time to of Grape-Nuts Face
da\s looking o\er come lands with a tracts Coudray's Extracts, Soaps,
exhausted I
the growth inclines toward the' light.It and be- stamps had become
111' flit ..Tourna.rsfat' second package :
him I
nan v.ho uses The Mew of purchasing We wish every Then .got a ;
\ '1'1, 'yin ns doesn't lose any time. success. He always has a hearty welcome can then be used In the table center gan to use' >jt regularly. What: was, before the shipment finally ar J and Sachet Powders, Piver's Extracts
'n.1' : in our midst. for fully six weeks by taking 'to bowels became regular rived. '
thus the1uck care
between -
The difference my surprise and Sachet Powders Lubin's Extracts
filled ,
Rtv. J. O..lIarl\'y' his regular appointment local office ,
troubledme at the
\ Isa.nned. return it after meals to the win headaches piles The supply
Ivan and the unlucky man at Coon Hill church last Sun- sonny no more be-I
: da\ preaching; an able sermon dow. less frequently and best of all came exhausted much earlier in Roger and Gallet's Sachet and Face .
Next Tuesday- will tell who Chumuck- was entire month than is usually the custom,
, ., trouble gone Powder and Atkinson's Extracts
;
I rhl' ::ale Ribbon Flavor" that IPr's future mayor shall be. Up to the the stomach Grape-Nuts for luncheonas due to the unprecedented demand. Soaps, t,
The .. wanted
Art I
present we.have oulv heard from five of Dre ly. month
t the
toweSPQ the Get Blue breakfast.--seemed as it Usually the salts for Lautier's Extracts. I ,
exact spot. of the wards out of the Eleven in the Some Masons lecturer well as
a popular
e R.Jon: : Lemon and Vanilla. Absolute- city, which show a good majority for ago craved what was good for amount to about 25000 one cent t Pt t
1\ p the democratic nominee There Is a good on "the fine art of dress" gave this advice my; system but during October, before '
f -rJ "rtW twice as far and the "Blue deal of political wire-pulling going on : "Wear street gowns the color of it. takento stamps had became, exhausted We Have filled Over 200,000 Prescriptions. Since Beginning Business l'
K'3 Ask family has supply
Plaior". is perfection. in the city but we feel quite assured "Everyone in the the # ;
b ,h.| 2;>c size I that we will win by a good majority.aysdP.em your hair, house gowns the color of eating Grape- uts. They said I the sales had reached about 45,000. r .
I... and toilets exceedingly heavy demandsfor ;
. jour eyes evening the tint it with so much relish they The
.1It of your complexion.*'' As the'maJoril1of ate gcodnd so one-cent stamps was probablydue '
be
very
must .
it
ItIf
, thought cards,
.t NflD8 women have either black,; brown or it Is: to the thousands the of postal hurricane. W. A. D'AlemberteDruggist '
hair the wisdom and taste of the girl has gained fin I showing viewsof '
tl wave : 09 era? gray little monthy .
the
. !: mailed during
tJaJ .
" [ eating Grape- which were
aDQat8. advice are apparent as far aa .street since she started I
.... ago poundsyIy in different cities ,
1t acAjd :;; rv !Err dress is concerned. To dress well Nuts-in about three months. I think parties to friends
'sick or well should eat I and states. and k tfi
mesas to dress appropriately for each everyone, day.Name ." Apothecary
twice every
least
-. and tiM Mason's fresh goods 212-PHONES-Ml.
Bit*
I. F. DAVIS JEWELERNow which display any number.'of wry given Mich. by Possum Co, East Hill Grocery Co.M. 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 .

rich; beautiful material, mate the toUetion Creek. *. a reason." Read the famoo.TbS F. BOWEi Manager.two phon. i' ,.
rf 9 'wM "the color :ef 700hair" k "The Road to V ellvi1Ie.- Increased budneestmakes delivery j
In >
ne*esaary' i
pew Brent 23'$. PalafoxSt as B mattac. I in pkgs. wagon. L
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PACE POUR THE PEN8ACOLA JOURNAL, 'FRIDAY MORNING- 'NOVEMBER' 2. IfOB.ournal .'. -

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". sailing 'the purity of oar highest .............o..... .... ....... ............... ... : *V>VVV ViiMANV AA VW

; ; court, and wanting to stock the court

Uenjumla Roosevelt has done these things and i With the Times Ii iPaul

Roosevelt party.is the In fact ideal, of Roosevelt the republican Is- Adrift i PAthfl

about all that is left of the republican i : i

party. If we are to judge by the, i Cook in Birmingham Age-HeraW.
WEEKLY.

F DAILY SUNDAY. ... hysterical to efforts make Roosevelt ot the party the everywhere issue _................. .. .... .'.................AAAAAAAAAAA.. .... . .- ..- .- : __. . .... .. . ._ . .. .. .n".J
PUBLISHED EVERY EXCEPT MONDAY _
MORNING and appeal to the republicans to ... .nn_. nnnnnnnn..nn.

...BY*.. stand by the presidentBut The country Is swamped with phil ed, had he shouted the name of that ==
!: Hearst has got the republicanson osophers. There are health philosophers -I place which figures so often in his Last ftis*?. Play complied aggregation of actors

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. the run in New York and the food philosophers, heart daily conversation.The "Human Hearts";was presented last actresses among whom are ThE'Odo' an

chances seem to favor his election.In osophers soul] philosophers and Phil-j in the night at the opera house before a Babcock in the title role Gene Cans-.
a special from New York to his osophers prepared at short I sweetest tempered man fair sized audience. The play has tier. leading woman. Grace
FRANK L MAYES President a,4 General Manager world would get mad if his name Romlu
John before
paper the Georgian yesterday. philosophize on any thing. called been seen here several times Thomas Grady, Mabel] Lewis,
t Temple Graves says: "Confidence radiates phy has became a fad. Thousands of I were Smith and you penistently and while .f has lost little of its others In character and comedy au4

: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. from the Hearst headquarters people are saying, "Cheer up" "Let him Jones charm the company presenting it this The story of the production i, a p-.5.. ro;
now
Not a man feels] any doubt of a In the sunshine" "What's the use to I II To The Prune. season are not. as strong as they erfal one and very eloquently toll
triumphant conclusion of Tuesday'selection. worry!" "Itli come all right" "Why : Hail to the prune! redoubtable fruit, might be. ItG
SUBUCRIPTION( RATES ." moper and bound to feel I "Zaza."
"You're !
4 And first in the J landlady's eye '
OM. Year ... ... ............$6 00 One Month .. .. .. ... .? 45, better in the morning." Some phIl- the come into 'A Millionaire Tramp" Tonight. Miss Mabel Montgomery who wm
: Six Months .. .. .. .. .. t 50 One Week. .. .. '.. .. .. 10 .. ... ..... osopberg work for a living but num II I Full many ways you' "A Millionaire ,Tramp Elma Walters be seen as "Zaza" here next \iPines.: tcP

Three Month. .. .. .. 1 26 Weekly Edition per year.ft J. LSOS. bers' of them are well paid and lire From view simple prune juice up to pie. successful play',. will be presentedhere day night is one of the hanisomeat:

.1 in opulent ways. The old school! philosopher Oh heed not the quiPS of a merry, ton'ghtRidgeville of the younger women of the stage Pti
u. .. .uu... .. .. .. .'" who worked gratis exists no Ind., a quant! little Miss Montgomery began her
n. Pentmcela From Which ...... ......... ..... .. throng !stag
Qaty Newspaper a Detailed more; his! successor Is a ]lynx-eyed Who treat with scanty respect hoosier town near the Ohio line is 0;

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. Her Reasons. individual who can see a dollar as i As long as a you hash house is run in the scene of action. It Is said each

She was really broken-hearted. far as the next one.WantedA. the land, character has been drawn from life aa

People pften are deceived. loull know not the pain of neglect. and the sett-ngs copied from scenesin :
J Editorial Rtonx 33 Papers on Sale on Trains And she, loved the dear departedAnd Chance. R.idgevlileBe that as it may the
: ...... {{BullllUCffleet500 I was most sincerely grieved When everybody's bad a say Thymol Is said to be a cure for play! furnishes an evening of enjoy- Irb
:: and at all News Stands. As the neighbors all had noted' On politics and eke the way the sleeping l sickness but alarm clocks ;: meat when laughter j is spontaneous -

On that man she fairly doted The country's run and over run. are best for the sleeping habit. and app'- use frequent. The company
: She was loyal and devoted The many rank abases done Interpreting the various characters is bJt
Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntendnoia and OeLuna Sts. And was truly Quite bereaved.No The problems that confront us now !. A hustling Brasngbam thief stole'j said to be sa:ted to his or her work tt.

Divorce the broken wedding YOWl seventeen decks from an Italian. We ] and tie scenery' promises to be attractive .
The menace of the trusts and what I. are just waiting to see' if hell steal to the eye. )
she is not fickle, truly.
PENSACOLA FLORIDA. FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER %. 1906.. How the shaft of malice stings! Is done to make the poor man's lot I a pond to put them in. .
'
So heavy that he fain would cry Otis Skinner. B
She revered her husband duly
"I'd like chance to die Longevity.Always noted French writer once made
an easy ; A
t beef in which So don't unpleasant things.
Should there
Find Out was some reduc- say containing
The loneliness broke warry. -
of being the assertion that ,the p'ay
For her loss she still is weeping
Where They Are At tion. What Is still more significant, Recollections seldom sleeping, The, Idle views of those who croak Banish sleep, a theme which could not be described I
,
the foreign preference for meats On any sort of theme that will Bteak! all rules you in ten Lne could never suc- a'p'
It begins to look as though the city killed} and prepared In this countryis To And his her vow she she still clingsThere's is keeping. Serve them, a bit ot space to fill- Ought to keep. ceed. By this he meant that any '
government, the bond trast'ees, the memory Wfoen all the cranks and learned men drama with which this could not be p'p
shown to be ,
decidedly increasing p'l'
architect and the city hall contractor Have talked 'until they tire and when Scorn fresh air. and done would be verbose prol z and
The number of live animals no cause for sneers or laughter Smoke drink .
shipped and
had better get together and find out Nobody speaks a single word complicated r that in the undercurrents
& where abroad for food decreased, while the And not a single voice is heard Put your s'onrach its maInV.o1 would be lost! l'k
they are at. amount of killed and prepared meats Or of venomous attack. I'd like to pipe my mdest lay On the blnk. sight of. Of course, the writer in :. ; l't.
.' An Important piece of public workis If she' married three months after.
k And in a humble manner say; question was a disciple bf the modern
going on the taxpayers' money is greatly Increased. It would seem I Still it doesn't show a lack "Be joyful"A Then when you 'are spirit of s'orplicltv.: Such }1. Henri :Sg .
that,the ,foreign Of sincere and true affectionIn : t.Y
customers instead of N nety eight. -
being spent for it, and yet there Is nor Lavedan, the French dramatist certainly -
being frightened away by the reports thIs'early and new selection young woman in Texas shot a Quit jour staying 's, and he proves it in his powerful .j. 1:
recognized head to '
or representative For she really needs protection letter carrier with an old musket late
of
bad conditions in the American 'Up so I and: Interesting pray of "Tne
look after the tax-payers' .interests, packing And sh looks not well]] in black loaded with peach preserves. Re- Duel' ia which Ot:s Skinner is reaping V Pg
establishments must have -Chicago :News. is sweet know. A Columbus Ohio street car company 1a
;end no definite understanding as to venge you distinct ,.
been Impressed by the fact that we is being sued for 3 cents. A a success.Mr.
1 whose duty it is in this case to protect Rico into the A of football resembles lfe: Lavedan's much-discussed play
had the courage to'expose those When Porto came possession game lawyer will probably get half.
them. ditions col of the United States the people this much: When a player Is down I deals with the struggle of two men t
I It appears that Architect Ausfeld and frankly proceed to rem of the island of course lost] their everybody else pIes: on him. When all Is said and done some- to secure a woman. One man is an
edy them. Spanish citizenship. Consequently body gets up ,to suggest a way that agnostic of the most positive order. ,.
i
thinks the board of works has I
public Dairy products show the most remarkable they are now citizens of no country, Having waked up in that fire at would have been better.It His aaaetties are carnaL The, other -i
no control over the erection of the Paris I1L: and possibly beng: for the I lis i an aesthetic priest beatifically happy f
increase that
of with have
exports and rights government
a no any
Scene
city hall and that he also does not total of is bound to, respect A Porto II time 'unable to' remember just wherehe takes a smart woman to know I I in his work. Between them stands from "Zaza" next Wednesday

regard it as his duty to be present or $21.5000,000 sold abroad Rican who might be mistreated la a was, and feeling the heat. "Uncle you know and not let you know she a woman. One man aims to win her night
against $9,000,000 for the like period Joe" Cannon would be readily pardon.6OYIBRO1ARD i knows. for his illicit passions and the other 4n
have a representative present while last OIL.the whole foreign land would have no lawful her soul. career with Joseph Jefferson as little!
year. no report strives to save
the work is claim upon our government for redress Meenie. in Rip Van Winkle, ai c)
being done. issued the This is the conflict and it is exploited u::
ever has
on subject more because he is not recognizedby I from the and Star Theatre New York She
gum as it is taken tree only it couldbe TO
In contradistinction to the position dramatically t as
conclusively] ] proved the dependenceof our government as a citizen of the the rosin and teurpentine ready for of stage-craft with the Conned Opera Compan) o BN
taken by the architect, the chairman the outside world upon the United I United States; Indeed has been judi AT market As by a master been anou ced, Chas. Froh- the "$08, and played one of me ejclp&l

of'the board of bond trustees thinks States for its food than the one just dally declared not to be a citizen. Walton county also claims an exclusive hag to present."Otis Skinner in the parts in "Babes in the Woe::3

that the board of public works is the made' public. Despite all stories of Though he lives under our flag; if he exhibit of West. Florida's celeoiated man play >at s the Pensacola opera house during its four months' run ai lie fehE
to this country it is as an : Boston afterI hEw
comes reptile the gopher, In a box Theatre and
proper body to supervise the city hall the competition of other lands the Saturday. The curtain will go up precisely
alien and subject to our immigrationlaws. She especially ( rI :H
was engaged or
in the Walton county exhibit are
construction.Now at S o'clock.:
old world Is.)I1ore at the mercy of DE FUNIAK several gophers, ranging in size all ;I I big 'Dxey revival of "Adonis' ai e C:

there are just two things to the American ,surplus] than It ever the way from a sott shelled "baby" 'The County Chairman. Casino, in New York, and was 11*:'>
two
of
around to
be done and they should be done atonce. It all comes one of George Ade's A. M. Palmer's management a! :>
was before and that dependence is, May_ Cutting. With all gopher to a full sized bug ready forgumbo With the coming ofH
things says an but the "The County Chairman" to Garden Theatre New lork, <_:-*
after all. the largest single element in in cleaning.New comedy
married couples who differ in habit ,J
First These various branches of the nt of this I taste in opinion in mode of life if Forage Plant.C. the opera house Monday night we She was also leading woman *.
pres prosperity coun- fAIRI shall see the dramatic event of the Jimmie Powers, in "Gentleman J ic A'A
the city government with the architect !- try. there is to be any happiness somebodyhas E. Pleas of Chipiey, has in his year. at the Bijou Mew York and IraJJ:::

and the contractor, should proceed to learn to give up minding that exhibit a new forage plant called the George Ade wrote the best comedyin lady at Proctors tiFh Avenue the I

to ascertain who. Is responsible ... .... .. ...., II..... there Is a difference. Either way is "Japanese Kudzoo" which he claimsIs this production that has been put atre. Her greatest hit before 'Z<:;" <'
as good as ,the other. It, Is surprising superior to the velvet bean. Someof in the "Widow in Hoyt's 'A Trp hl:
and whose duty it 'is to look after .. ,i; on the stage In years. Abounding was ;
this work and:'" i. THE CAMPAIGN 1$ how many things are not of any I ( from First Page.) the many good qualities of this epigrams and sparkling with the wit to Chinatown." rnm:
,' importance if onecan_ only think they plant are enumerated upon a card at- author and playwright, Miss Montgomery has had the b-si I
Second. A representative of the. IN NEW YORK. X : display] at the Gulf Coast Fair is that of the talented
f .- are not. of C. E. Pleas of-Chipley, which had .ched.Jo., it, as follows: it is no wonder that'' it had the unprecedented kind of experience n leadizj: won,. : w;
,
city should be present daily while Montgomery Journal.. > Miss Jarmer-Papa says I mustn'tsee not been completed when thearticle '"Japanese Kudzoo vine is a new: record of 312 performances in New York and Chicago -> w;
' the public work is going on for the appearing in this morning's Journal forage.plant said to be superior to in New York and eleven weeksin panics having played ov'" -< p:: :
ar
more.
r purpose of seeing that it is done according miict m ", Young you any Spoonall-Well, we mustn't was written. The exhibit of Mr. Pleas velvet beans. The growth is very Chicago five weeks in Boston and and she Is not yet 30 year :t age heIDI
similar to velvet beans but being a in Philadelphia breaking all She has played everything, from tcreto ;:
the
is in same
complete and
to I
contract and specifications disobey Ill turn the light a every particular; -r'rI
While the betting has been threeto little lower papa.still. not only includes the strictly agricultural perennial' it Is ready for pasture records in those cities. "Zaza" which 1 Is i.er greyest:: p:: wIa.
one, _and even four to one on I products of fertile Washington April 1. The vines are not killed by Henry W.: Savage. under whose direction | She Is a real actress, noof a s:' ..
If it is Architect Ausfelds business Hughes and against Hearst in New Keep on roping, keep on working, county but the fish that abound upon tramping like velvet beans The "The County Chairman" is I j I school, but a natural born wrest (:a thha

to do this work-and the general pre' York }t has. been evident! from the Keep on plodding on your way. the coast the birds of the air and succulent roots are used as food by produced, has provided a highly ac- 1[I the, Leslie Carter class.

sumption has been that that is what beginning; of the campaign that these Maybe you will get a chance to the beasts of the field. His display of the Japanese and the vine makes a dath

he is being paid for-then he should be bets ,were not made by those who Sub for Carnegie some day.-P. C. suffed and mounted birds Indigenous valuable fibre. It will stand any ,
bet on their judgment in New York to Washington county Is weather.
compelled to attend to it. If it is not but was a preconceived plan of the A noval experiment is about to be beautiful and their arrangementshows ve/y BUNNERSATLANTIC CIII

his business or a part of his contract republicans. to put up their money to tried by the government of Victoria, 'artistic taste of a, high de I Fiddler's Contest. MANY thu
make their Austrialia. A sum of $25,000 has The widely advertised fiddler's con
then some one else should be engaged money talk so to speak, gree. He has nearly every species of ,
thus Influencing voters. been placed In the administration'sestimate test comes off to-day and already the
fish that swims in the waters of the
8t once to stand between the city The ooinion ia borne out bv developments for the making, of_ roads. : by coast in his collection and fiddlers are beginning to gather. Prof. chtu
and the contractor in the matter. -- "bush" jn unsettled every I. E. Allen] and his venerable Instrument
during the closing week prisoners through the AfTER
kind of crab from the tiny fiddler to OUT o DISASTERINQUEST
We do not pretend to go into the of the campaign.. parts of the state. Each the monster sea crab is represented.He came in this morning and the <
,
his work well will professor "got busy" at once lookinginto stu
question of whether good cement or The Hughes forces are apparently prisoner who does even has a large cat stuffed and
bad cement is being used in the city demoralized sand on the run. The be paid a regular daily wage, the arranged on a bale of hay in one cor. the question of rules etc. for tvhi
tone of the Associated Press' dispatches amount to accumulate until his release ner of the exhibit apparently watchIng the contest. Prof; Allen is a gay old

hall building or whether the wflrk indicate they and'also the when, as the premier says, he a rat (also stuffed) that is 'apparently sport. and to The Journal represen- BIRDS
is being done according to contract or New York papers opposing'Hearst and "will have a respectable' sum with gnawing at an ear of corn tative to-day stated that he had co

otherwise-that has nothing to do supporting Hughes, indicate it. which to make a new start in life." just below it. An old mother rabbit hugged 51 ladies since he started on bery

3 with the matter-but commo sense This morning's dispatches are of The labor party is expected to oppose and a brood of little bunnies make a his celebrated trip., He excuses this

' and business judgment dictate that I peculiar interest and give an amusIng the substitution of bond for free pretty picture in one corner while in by saying that all were his former The open'season for ,!shooting quail

the as well as interesting' develop.. labor. another sit a covey of quil that lookas pupils, which, of course reduces the began yesterday and .from. reports By Associated Prei deCo
city should be represented by a ment of the contest natural ag life. If his exhibit does enormity of the offense. The professor quite a number of persons took ad- Atlantic City. N. J, Sov L-Til
competent engineer or architect who "Ttmothy I* Woodruff, chairman of The education of their children is the a not take the prize it will be a mighty says he is going to win the prizeor vantage of the first opportunity of inquest into the thoroughfare' disaster CoTJ

ihould be upon the ground daily until the state ,republican committee" says matter of no small interest to close second. wreck his ,fiddle in the effort I fered to go into the country and en- of Sunday was begun wnlay "J TJAI

the work is completed. the Associated Press, "said to-day affectionate Chinese mothers. They Another From Washington.The I A good idea of the magnitude of I joy the sport which has been prevented Coroner Gaskill and after an esamlM
he
that' he will advise the president to watch the littleone from the day exhibit of A. G. Chandlee. also the fair can be gained from the I during the summer months by tion of several witnesses an adjour

repudiate {campaign: document is- is born to note superstitious signs. of Washington county is another fine statement that there are 177 exhibi the game laws. ment was taken until ilonta 'tI> U thIn
sued by the Independence in Let him cry lustily, and he 'will live tions. There are 15 exhibitions of While quite a number went after for Tilt
Southern Ports Win league If he one and deserved everything good slated that this step Is taken:
support of W. R. Hearst's candidacy i long say the old grannIes. that can be said about It. It has been corn, 20 of cane 10 of old syrup, 13 quail yesterday, many of those who purpose of summoning aJditlonal wit at"f

Over Northern Points. for governor. Mr., Woodruff objectsto teethes or walks too soon he will At arranged with, the greatest care ,andit of horses, 10 of hogs and 3 of sheep. would have liked to enjoy the spoit nesses and to give experts an or-or.

the publication in parallel columnsof grow up unlovable in disposition. is doubtful if there is a thing that, Wyers Band Present. could not leave business, during the tunity to prepare maps and c.ie'
A Washington statistician compilessome first the little Chinese are not very Wyer's Band, of Pensacola was middle! of the teStImony tit
extracts of the speeches of the Washington county can boast of that week and al-eady par papers. The most Important
very interesting figures which president and Mr. Hearst as to the attractive objects, presenting the rathera is not included in It. The display of present and throughout the day rendered ties are being formed for Sunday and thus far adduced Is thaI 01 h(

show, according to the export returnsfor proper use of wealth." scaly appearance, them due to custom the hundreds of articles is artistic music that was greatly ap. it is probable that the woods and PI-HO.. Tender Stewart and Mrs C-*

the current year, that southern The action of the Independence of not washing month after lest his birth.they and shows up. the various productsof pauded.I fields will be visited. by sportsmen in abeth Driscoll The former (<'s:'*'*
League is not a surprise. Why should catch cold. A the county 'to the best advanage. large numbers on that ,day. tnat the grooves m the rails n\"O' ,!I
ports are getting a larger and\ larger not they boy's head is .shaved, A great .Without Garrison. Quail are reported in ;> i
the league publish extracts from Mr Chandlee also has a fine ,collection large numbers draw did not always ccnn-n
share of the export business of, the speeches gf Theodore Roosevelt] showing feast ia prepared and celebrated, the of salted fish, shells, crabs and I Jamestown, Island of St. Helena in some sections of the county being the case in hot weat tr v' :

United States in grains. Beginningat that he and Mr. Hearst agree on child now receiving his "milk name":I sea products, all collected on the Nov. 1.-For tbe first time In Us his- I and at some points along the P. & A. Driscol said the train was runric "" :

Philadelphia, the returns show the essential features of the present Harris-They -tell me you have hada *orps of the county which the exhibit tory, since It became a British possession division they are said to be more I a high speed when it struck f'1! .

that Philadelphia Baltimore, Newport campaign Why should not Mr. very narrow escape from death. represents. He has some wonderfully -I St Helena Is to-day withouta I plentiful than for many seasons. trestle. .

News, New Orleans and Hearst be shown less radical Spurr-Yes; they were going to i large lemons and a fine collation garrison. All the troops have been I ..
Galveston than Mr. Roosevelt on the paramount operate upon me for appendicitis but I of oranges grape fruit. etc.. as withdrawn as a measure of economy. .
have been gaining very largelyat question of _the campaign! when the they discovered In time that I hadnt well a& melons, squashes, grapes of' The guns and ammunition have been ..._ ....c H ... .

the expense of Boston Portland, republicans have been trying to make the money to pay for It-Life. I nearly] every variety and otter articles removed and the island is left entirely ; DIAMONDS .1 ..
New York, Montreal and other nprth Theodore Roosevelt. an issue in the too numerous too mention. In defenseless. The outlook for the WATCHES, JEWELRY, .
era ports. The shorter distance to I}campaign* *hy should not Hearst's DEATH OF LITTLE DAUGHTER the front of his exhibit is a miniaturelog islanders] is dark as they practically n CLOCKS PRECIOUS STON33 BRONZ. .
friends show\ that Hearst stands near. OF MR. AND MRS. .SIMMONS.Soecial cabin, with old fashioned well, lived off the garricon and will now :
tide water from the grain country of er Roosevelt on important paramount cane mill etc.. labelled "One Hundred have no market for their products. STERLING SILVERWARE! .
the Mississippi valley together with issues than the republican candidate? to The ..Iou."aLIrotts Years Ago" which adds much to the ,

the fact that the railroads running; Why should not bis friends show that Nov.daughter I,-Little of, Ollie Mr. and, the Mrs.lovable appearance of his collection. Mrs ART ,POTTERY, OPTICAL<:: GOODS, i

north and south hAve been taking a[fU the people of New York want to O. O little Simmons expired at the home Chandlee] has on exhibition a number Refused to Testify.San CUT GLASS :

more intelligent interest Iq reachingout stand by' Roosavelt that they must i of the parents at Botts, Fla., TuesdayOct. of extremely pretty pieces of Francisco Nov. 1.-On the ARB.I .
vote foe a roan with whom he agreeson oclock in the mornIng fancy work made from the '"washrag" ground that an attempt was being .
23 about
i ,
for
this traffic hre responsible essentials and not for a man who coming! to relieve her after gourd which have attracted considerable -' made to learn the secrets of the prosecution I i
death ,
for this new condition. is supported by all the elements an illness of about J5 hours of ] attention. against alleged grafters District I I Engraving and Fine Stationary. .

Boston,. for instance has exportedthus ;against which !the president has been intense suffering! from what seemed Nave! Stores Exhibit. Attorney Langdon to-day refusedto ..

; far in 19Q4() only one-third an inveigling foi the past two :years, or | to be meningitis, Walton county has the only naval answer\ certain questions put to
'since his defeat of Judge Parker. done that loving hands anda stores! exhibit worthy of the name although him by counsel for Abraham Ruef
much wheat as in the same period of AH was
f I We' are :not surprised that Timothy skilled- physlcan could do in so shorta several exhibitors have bottles when, summoned to give his deposition i Mail, Orders Receive Prompt Attention.O. : : .
903: ; New York SO cent. i
per as t Woodruff the republican campaign time. She lacked one month of b lug of turpentine and rakes of rosin before Notary Public Knox. !
:aiuch. Philadelphia! has gained About.I I manager, ,should appeal' to the, presi 3 old She'had been one of tbe In their respective collections. The Langdoa was called: in the Inunctionsuit

40 per cent, New Orleans sent away dent I to raise his voice against this most years lovable lIttle children fren tel Walton county exhibit consists of the brought by Landgon restraining .

eight times as much, and other southern ,: use of his campaign speeches but infancy. Always a smile and a word lower portion of a pine tree which Reef from acting as district attorney. i E. Zadek Jewelry Co I ...
ports all show l large 'we can only wonder how the presi. for every one, Tp ",e her was to has been chipped and boxed and with to which place he was appointed
gains. i dent can go back on his own written love her. We are unable to bear the the' "scrape" still upon it. Near bye when the board of supervisors oust- f MOBILE ALA. i
,
Another interesting fact concerning and printed words! in' the thought barrels containing the "dip" or ed Landgon last Thursday. .. .
only ..
loss ..
irreparable I ... .*.. ..* .. ....
the export trade in foodstuffs is that I The speeches of Theodore Roose. that she has gone home to Him who .5 .- -

the September returns, just'received, velt will b&made to do service In aid "let little children come unto i
the next national democratic campaign and forbid: ? them n&t.for such ,|
indicate that the last of me
danger a e-
S
also-if nil sigaf do not fail The Is the kingdom of Heaven.The ." I :
lous loss of foreign meat trade, following -I republicans have at l least been stopped stars ot heaven n a course or ,

the exposures of last spring, by the_speeches of Roosevelt from as. taught I
is at an end. In September the ex- sailing the:democracy as trying to array Too high an order for human's Plantation Chili Cure is GuaraAlTour I i

sports of meats showed immense in- class against class and to need thought .
; i essy'arouse] class hatred. The republican So dear little oneS we know, thou .
j creases over the same, month of lastI.r.r i :parly: has also been stopped can be ,..

1 la sver ,. thing except canned l troia.'cnarging democracy with as-Found if only sought To Cura..e Ma.v Refunded by Merchant. So. .
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tHE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING
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PEOPLE AND FOR IDEAL GIRL B BiHospital "' "I', .

EVENTS II


I Search ,For Beautiful American : :'Ij

Ends on Wyoming Ranch. ',. ,
BY AURELIE ).MAREAN BERNARD. ; ;

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1(1e( Telephone No. 6Q'. Sefore P. M. SNAPSHOT PHOTO HIS ONLY CLEW i: ".
S NO./W After 5 P. M. .

:ae Jr1 d> .
After a Worldwide Chap Jnle D-.> (

1 pree, Who Bad Dedicated QU Life ;,

if.4 te FladlBg Girl H* Saw la Paris, .
'
hfSS/ VIOLET GONZALEZ Realized Him F rpo... With Aid et
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GIVES; HALLOWE'EN PARTY. I The -Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Philadelphia Lawyera. t
A few days ago cute little InTtta :
11So toss were sent out for a hallowe'en M. Jules, Dnpree artist and romanticist { i
ll't Sot party to ha siren by Mias Violet of Paris and the whole wide id

>' Gonzalez at the residence of her sis- world has.ended his quest for his Idea! J71'H' \

'te ;ar, Mrs. Gerhard fcolfs. at her home girl, says the Philadelphia Press. I : ; r ;
I North HilL cj/flhI ca.
OB In After a year of traveling in aU partsof I t i "
Tie Invitations were the form of >
1 i pumpkin with an arrangement of the globe from 'the gay boulevards k Thankful : t '

tp!>s and Jack Xtanterna; which to the pyramids from the prosaic MUIl are They -

sade: the pumpkin The resemble, a fat w streets of Philadelphia to the bound I I\\ Who Escape The 1

faced boy. Invitations were less plains of the far northwest, all the ,
Mad-painted by Miss Gonzalez' and while carrying with him a tiny snap- /I1/u1l/ Surgeon's Knife : 4:
bare the following verse; I .:
shot photograph( u his clew /
TOs all ]kind greetings, this only he Atl'// t
card I send has found her. Thousands of surgical operations are '
that will !. Better yet. he has married her. They per,1
Eecaestins you attend /1 1,1)1) formed
In
jly party where It wd recently sailed on a transatlantic every year our great city hospitals ; "

be seen I steamer for the French capital The upon women afflicted with serious female ., : '
S! date occurs on living -tnlllng woman has replaced the
Hallowe'en. I snapshot In Dopree's glad heart and troubles. Sometimes the operations are successful .

Before nine o'clock the guests tadjnlved he Is proud and happy beyond words oftentimes they are not
and were having a royal time.i at the wonderful end of an .almost
gallowe'en tricks and games were hopeless search. j! It Is safe to say that certainly nine out of ten operations '

Jjople'cried played and the in various fortunes ways.Tye of the. youmg The girl was bliss Constance MO- for female troubles might have been wholly avoided. i' '
The ;
quard Learning. artist found her
dining room was decorated in .iI at !ast In the doorway of her, father's The most valuable tonic and builder of the female i '
and lighted
now:} only "by Jack
(XUflterns made of big yellow pumpKas. ranch house outside of the little town organism the medicine with a record of thousands of cases !I "
of Wolf la Wyoming just over the
.
Refreshments were served and the border line of Montana among the Big literally snatched from the operating table, Is :

:tables looked very tempting In the Horn mountains. Two PhiladelphIanswho

ie.3 t!' 1 light! of the lanterns. Charmiaj had scoffed with every one else i f
little favors of paper macho when Dupree' story became known In LydiaLPinkhaifsWgetableCornpoigd 'I J .

Msplclns: filled with bon-bons.were Philadelphia three months ago were,
area: tie gentlemen while black eats the means to his end-the well known
nt given the .ladles. lawyers Joseph P. Rogers and John R. Do not consent to an operation which! may mean death until after ._ .

lEss Gonzalez's party wag one ofto K. Scott, who were roughing It at you have given Lydia 1 E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound fair
trial
a
most successful: given: en hal.'f'ta i s :
Wolf
and met him chance.
by : .
night and was greatly en- IIt' 1 1f "Things like that don't happen now- j' Note what it did for Mrs. Paul Oliver, whose letter Mows If '
by her guests. !! I I
teed L J .
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L adays," said those who read of the DEAR MRS. PINKHAM I .
mrn.FOWDEBILLABOM ;- was suffering from pains In my side and f
ER. Frenchman's love quest when he was a serious female trouble. The doctors said
to get veil I must have
The home of Mr. and Mrs L. Fon. In Philadelphia In July. The age of operation performed, but I would not consent to that an : !

fleMla:> was tie scene ()f a very pretty romance Is over. He'd best gin upand I heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's
wedding a few nights ago, when go back to Paris. Vegetable Compound and sent for a
Ce'r' daughter Miss: Florence wu But It seems things like that do happen I bottle; the first dose did me good and after taking the first bottle I could

united in marriage to Mr. Edward and here and there a straggling deep all right and I did not have those pains In my abdomen which I had '. .

Boner a well-known young man of glimmer of romance remains.It j all the tkne before. Now I can ride ten miles In a carriage, my color has

I New Orleans.The was on July 7 when a tall shapel returned, and I am full of life. I owe all this to the Vegetable Compound.

young people were the redpIsn'.g Parisian, with exquisite raiment ana It has also done wonders for my thirteen-year-old daughter. I will ;

!heartily of congratulated many presents by ,their and friends were : black vandyke beard registered at the never cease to praise! It and recommend It to my friends. i

St. James' hotel as Jales Dupree. Par- MRS. PAUL I ,
OLIVER. St.
who witnessed the wedding ceremony. Martlnsvllle. La.
, is. That ennfnz'he called Manager : i I
Dancing was a pleasant feature of '
the evening and a bountiful supply Miller, of the hotel Into a quiet corner Thousands of women, residing in every part of the United }

of refreshments were served. and showed him,a,' photograph. Had States bear willing testimony to the wonderful
virtue of
Lydia t
.".. Miller ever seen the original? he asked. ;
HALLOWE'EN' PARTYAT Perhapsat: dinner at a dance" or a function E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It cures female ills and creates a

CATHOLIC KNIGHTS HALLA In the hoteL She had been there
GREAT SUCCESS.: once? 1'\07 J t I radiant, buoyant female health. For your Own sake try ItLydk j t i iI

One October dalln the s..
The party given hailowe'en night, previous year, -
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(Wednesday) at the Catholic Knights'hall M. Dupree told ;.Mr. Miller he was E PM&am's Vegetable Compound Cures Where Otters Fail j :

) was great success and reflected standing In front'of the tomb of Napoleon ; ,
much credit on the young ladles 'who In his native city (Paris) when a F

managed the affair.It party of American tourists chanced T- i

1 was a very amusing sight to along. Among; them was a young girl
watch tie twenty- ve or thirty couples EVENING DECEPTION GOWN OF MESSAUNE. I lust entering womanhood. When the

which took part in the dance. Boys A lovely frock of lavender messaline yoke of tucked, chffon! Inserted with artist's gaze rested upon her be real ,

and girls alike wore long white dominoes served as a model for this sketch, the lace, the part of the bodice across ized that here was the Ideal he bad this girl was a stranger. Dupree spenta ,
and white masks, and it was al gown be'ng: so planned that the yoke the bust being filled in with 'little been dreaming of all his life. He made day or two In Atlantic City In 1 another riage Is different from the usual International

most impossible to distinguish to could be removed and it could be gathered frills of lace. The silk; was a quick sketch of her from memory asher vain search and then went to affair. I wish them both all HIt Will All Comet J r
which sex they belonged only by theawkward worn low-neceked If desired. The cut in points and was scalloped and party passed on. Chicago ,where cold: avarice tried to sorts of luck."

handling of their skirts by skirt was trimmed with eream' Iech- embroidered by hand in silk to match.. 4 I A week later be again encountered take ahantage of hIs eentlmentalism. Mr. Rogers and Mr. Scott said that
the young men, and the feet and lin lace, set In points, and little frillsof The sleeves were of lace fr'lls with t they understood an elaborate weddi
the tourists. They were at a drinking A couple of bunko steerers told him
lands of the boys which look hardly l Out in the Wash"that
narrow lace. The bodice had a little scalloped of the mescaline.cond .
caps according to the French custom wouldbe 'i
dainty! enough to lead one to believe k fountain on one of the boulevards In they knew the girl and would divulge
I that their owners were members cl the city's suburbs. This time Dupree her name and address for a large consideration celebrated as soon as tbe happy

the gentler sex. Is such a delightfully whole-eouled and 't'on' having a membership of had a camera. He snapped the girl's But Cupid took care of the young people arrive In Paris.

The party was delightfully informaland well Informed person, that an even-I over seventy-five ladies. I head as she was raising a cup to,her artist and he soaped with his wen is if you send it to

the young people enjoyed every Ing spent quietly with him Is'a sourceof *"7j' (I lips, The next moment,she entered a failed wallet the right laundry. In
moment of tie time. much pleasure.It The prizes last night at the euchre,,big motor car ..11.11.wu. whirled from It was late in August when one day GRAMMAR GAME. !
Besides dancing, many hallowe'en is safe to say, however. that the party of the Progress Club were, first sight.I Rogers and Scott the Philadelphia Pensacola the right
tried decide the fu. ladies of the household prize a glass Any Xamber Can Play, and It Make
charms were to Beard are cut bowl, won by Mrs. I
] the
As the days passed girl's Image lawyers, came galloping across countrysome
ture, and It is said that in many instances much better Informed on the "drain I 1. Mayer. The second prize was cut ; Du- Lot .f F... laundry is t+
proved more and more alluring to forty miles from Wolf Wyo.
the mystical veil was lifted, age question" than they ever have Ifor I by Mrs. A. Rosenau and Mrs. Joe Paper and pencil are necessary for J
and the girls caught sight of their future been before-as'of) course, a veritable the latter being successful andwlnn'ng pree. He made a resolve to.find her They sawa, lonely figure sitting on a this game, which can be played by any j'
'and meet her If It took him all the rock. With a wild yell Intended to The Star
"love feast" issue held : the Steam
husbands.A on this was i prize, a cut glass cake number of children.
darkness pervaded the by the host and his distinguishedguest. plate. A pleasant dance rest of his life. He got upon the track scare the man they rode directly at
twilight very was enjoyed Each player writes a noun at the top
tall, and from shadowy nooks and I' after the card party. I of the party and followed them to him and pulled their horses back on of a paper and turns it down and then Laundry ;
corners fantastic figures seemed to -7t. Cairo. But be arrived there Just three"days their haunches but the man did not
Schollo the to his right band
ae peering out at the hallowe'en mer- Mss! Ethel has returned I, after they had,left for parts un- scare.. He merely looked up with a passes paper '
hallowe'endainties MAGNOLIA TEJMPLE NO 4, from Milton, where she neighbor, who writes a verb on that 37 E. Garden St Phone 114
Tr-makers. A supper of spent Satur known. tired expression upon his black bearded -
was served. RATHBONE SISTERS, day and Sunday, the guest ol Mrs., M. Then be returned to Paris dIsheartened face. paper turns it and passes It on as before Pensacola, Fla.
N. Fisher. then an adjective I is written next
..:ft. GAVE A BANQUET. but he met several Americans I\ Recognizing him as a gentleman, the ; ,
I GOVERNOR. BROWARD ENTERTAINED Instead of Number 14, It was Number Mrs. B. HL Thomas: wife of Man. there among them Julian Story, the young men apologized. They talked time a pronoun. After the papers have
passed round three times (the
AT SUPPER BY HON. 4, Magnolia Temple Rathbone aging Editor: B. H. Thomas of The artist, and his wife, Mme. Emma with him for a couple of hours and processis
repeated as described above) they
AND MRS. JOHN S. BEARD. Sisters, who gave a very pleasant Journal, has returned from a pleas. Eames, the opera singer who told him then be made himself known as Jules In Received.
"social session" few are collected and shaken up a bator Just
Governor Napoleon B. Broward was, a nights ago. ant trip to Jacksonville and other that the little snapshot resembled arhfladelphia Dupree and showed them the picture.
Quite large init'ated in some other convenient way and .
a class Imported Macaroni. Sweet
was OO. Cheese
points in East Flor da. had said after close
whom met. a
Mr. That Rogers
they girL"
girl
the guest at supper Wednesday the following members taking part is Thomas each player draws a paper and Is given Dill Pickle Sauer Kraut Mackerel Cod
ing cf Hon. and Mrs. John S. in the initiation Mrs. now at DeFanlak Springs, and Is II but whose name they could not recalL scrutiny of the snapshot "Is Miss Con Fish Pig Feet. Spanish Onion, Pilot
: Hattie Neville, ten minutes to write a paragraph or '
expected home Bread French
in Bread.
even-I
at their beautiful bayshore Mrs. F. M. Sm'th, Mrs Peter Bell, I ; a few days. I And hence Dupree was In Philadelphia stance Learning or her double! She sentence containing the words. With j fresh and new. Nary Everything

The supper was only an Mrs. Millie Long, Mrs. Emma Clutter. The Woman's Choral Club will hold at the St. James, looking for her. Butseveral lives over the border line here-a good the words on the paper may also be Witch Hazel. $1.00 per faQon.

fancily affair," but at such a function Mrs. F. M.'Wiliams. Mrs. Lillie Goss I a rehearsel at she studio cf alms .v_ persons who know all the society gallop-In Wyoming." used as many times as necessary the Marine Grocery Company,

Is the companionship of Governor I and Miss\ Josie Edwards.The souri Cawthon, at three o'clock "Sat girls of Philadelphia said that They'were then In Montana. Dupree articles a. an and the the conjunctions V. J. VIDAL, Manager.

Broward the most enjoyed. He lodge is in a very flourishing urday afternoon. All ladles interest. excitedly Jumped to his feet and implored and. but etc.. also prepositions and I I
ed are requested to be his acquaintances to get him a
_
present.Mr. '
--- adverbs Proper names may htt nsprl I
""." I horse take him at to the girl's -
I r to once GULF CITY COFFEE CO.
NIN................................ .... .......:, I James A. White leaves this "The is What home."I. for nouns' when desired, and the verb ,
Best We Sell"
be used In form. Here is
any a
morning for may
4 .'I' a bus ness tr'p to Mo pot a pony for him," said Rogers, H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager.

.,. bile, where he will spend. the day.Mr j! telling the story at his home the other sample paper Roasters, Elenden and Shippers of
---t Noun. Bench. ,Adjective Tooth-
: JUST ONE i and Mrs. Irving Post are nsw:: day. "And you never saw a man riJis Verb. To giggle. ome. Fine
cosily located In the residence for- he did. lie bad Paul Revere and Adjective. Gorgeous. Pronoun He. Coffees'OUR

: IMPURE or WEAK. i merly occupied by Mr. and; Mrs J, For The those chap: beaten a mile. Ue was Noun Pronoun.Polly.I. Noun Verb,Pur.Rhinoceros. COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL
Campbell
Avery. wild and he never quit beating that
GROCERSGIVE THEM
; Verb. Was. Adjective. SHky. I A TRIAL
: :Medicine will spoil the f" Miss A. O. Todd. "leaves Saturday horse for hours. We got to the Learning Pronoun, Her. I _

: whole effect of a for her home In >l f oist, where she place, and there stood Miss Con- Sample sentence from the above

i j will remain Indefinitely w th her BREAKFASTHecker's { stance in the doorway wondering what words: '
: PRESCRIPTION / mother, who is In very poor health this galloping cavalcade wanted. He and I were on the bench gigglingat !
"We presented Dupree and then went when HENRY CLAY FLOUR
gorgeous Polly a silky, tooth-
: Point that we pride i i Congressman' W. B.: Lamar was In away. What be said or what she saidI some rhinoceros purred at her 1
ourselves on are: the city yeste; day Mrs.. Lanjar.. whose j don't know. But the girl did not recognize I Proves its
4 charm; and gracl-us manner has Buckwheat him! She had not noticed him perfection by ,
,
: High-Grade Drugs, I won her SO nany friends: In Pensa: I' In Paris and was absolutely Ignorantof invariably yielding the

: Accurate Compounding, cola as well as e'sewbere: *s at present !I' Ralston's Pancake his worldwide chase MISS ROSA UcAHAN OF BUTT most delicious and
visiting; her parents In Atlanta. I ur.FlapJack I
i No Substituting. t Congressman and Mrs. Lamar "Anyhow. In a couple of days It was biscuits
will most nourishing
visit Pensacola for several Flour. Jl fixed up. Dupree presented his credentials -, hOw After Two Years She Found a
days some I
: WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. i time during this month. ; <
s I westerner and bad to be
I'
The hallowe'en spirf certainly- pre--, Maple Syrup, shown.* And tbe old man was not any Miss Rosa McAhaa of 211 West I Worrell's Iowa's

i IT'S A WASTE OF WORDS i I Pensacola vailed among on HAIl the Hallowe'en"ycftng':: people: night] of t Florida Syrup. too the eager romance to let of his the daughter thing caught go. But the !, "Herpicide Qartz street has Butte thoroughly, Mont: cleansedi says: I Pride Hams ,

fam'les!
To and many woke Thursday ; girl In a second. and Dupree proved i I ) of dandruff and bacons are sweet
scalp with which It ,
the merits I
to to explain of our Syrup mornin to find their front
attempt a'eq miss.
I Mackerel (new catch) himself to be a mighty good fellow in i was entirely covered; and it bag :" and
tag[ tber bones and cows turned: t_ tred tender juicy, and t
: of White Pine Compound with tar.Ve might i Into the streets, and every way and so finally Dad Leaning 1 by falling hair I lave

: talk a column about it, and yet we'd fail to im- + I which made ether one long hallowe'enpranks for a in kits, large size, $1.25. consented to a marriage and there Demany different'preparations In the used by all who know ;
performed I understand past two years, but none took effect the best is.
was a quiet'ceremony what
chance with a great stick '
big at the
t press half much as would be impressed except Newbro's 'Herpicide." Dandruff
you as you i I mlscbeivous .sj)'rits" which caused a few weeks ago. I
: by taking one dose if you .are suffering so much annoyance. But then, hal- "Before we cot away Dupree wantedto Is a germ disease ana Herpicide I'
+ U an 'nfallibl destroyer the
from a cough. Prices 25c and 50c. : t lowe'en was created for just such 6 GereldsTHE embrace Scott and me In the Fren hrasbioiL the cause, yon remove germ"Destroy the
Rosenau and let
tricks and side stepped
i Just so lour as there ae but we effect" Kill the dandruff germ. Ask Sol Calm & CO.
boYS ?fn the Instead. He fairly
for Whitman's Candies. world. that l hne will hal him bake band your druggist for Herpicide. It is a
: Agent i lowe'en be faithfully observed.! With pratirude. laughed at his J
: FANCY GROCERS. cried delightful dressing; allays itching! ,' The Pure Food Store.
story when he wa t here last summer, : the ha'r silk. For sale
makes soft as
i The Pharmacy :1 Why not: get the worth of youri scai/sestCareer Pita.e, *.' hltcade.ClI
Crystal
.. i i money? Ask for Blue: Ribbon Vanil- I 116 SOUTH_ PAUFOXST. but be certainly seems' to have won by W. A. r/Alemberte drugs and; ,'I
+1
and 1 tblak'te' deserves to. apothecary, 121 Sooth Palafox street. !
out I
.-,1& Absolute! Fhenes4Q8:
pure; goes twice as
: ,,Brent Building. ;:i far and the "Blue ,Ribbon: 'Flavor" I II Phone 391: The Learnings have a pile of money I or send lOc. In stamps for simple to

t.0i011.4...........................................iI I I perfection isj| but so.ha* he. I helieveo' the mar The Herpicide Co.. Detroit. Mich.
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PAGE: SIX. THE REN8ACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING$ NOVEMBER 2, 1908.





If CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY t;






: ........... .....,......G..f............' :1 1ilegat Home I 'L. S. Brown & Co."WE lOUISVlllE .& NASHVillE RAilROAD COMpH1.


SELL LOTS." 'Thro hinl; Local TIme Tables Betwee Pensacola and Points North



,: !REAL IBSTATIBJt for $2. X1<< !I ]DESIRABLE Thiesen Building. Phone 918.I, %READ.DOWN Trains. 4 .Nos.. '. Trains READ 1 NOs.UP


I 1 1:05pm .Lv..Pensacoin.. ................. 1
R1SI 1:5a & ;
:
Six rooms, bath, gas, electric lights, DIENCIBS I 8:30am\ifttpm r...._.....r..........IIont mery.....h..........Lv '::. aml ,:
: FOR SALE I sewer connection, etc., corner Jackson : : block ill 1 1:45am 910pm; ..........,.......Birmrngham..Lv: "PU./I1.taJ\, \
i i and Gulllemarde, one block from Lee 735.00-Lots 11 to.14' 8e Cor. 1:'sPrnl! 3.11am ............... .!\ !' '.. .................. i,8.bam lupm: a
Square. New City... .
I EAST : ) ; ...._: ........... ._._.._.......... : .;arr
: 1:25am 8.15am ..................... ..._.............. .. :Iar- :: ar:
RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT 1:40am :10pm Ar....._............::; ._ .................. Z:43prr1: : 'j':":"j" ;;

RETURNS MADE. OIREGOJRYI S1200. Eleven lots block: :.0. New City. 7:5Opml 2:27aml ...._.........;,... ....._............Ar '
Dwellings on large corner lot, 107x110 feet. excellent neighborhood;, i ion INTEREST :10am.: S:3OamU: r................... uI6.lne............. ....Lv L :J.lni.; %;1
East Wright street ...................: ...................... $4500 00 REAL MONEY ESTATE PLACED MORGTAGES.AT ,.ON ,1 7:2OamLlZOOn'ni ......... ......... ._................ v 1l.O\lPn; 4.a:. '6'p:::;11':.

12 room dwelling on East Zarragossa street near Seville square ....(2100 00 WANT TO BUY A HOME ON INVEST $2500House $1000.00:-For 93' feet through block 232.
New City. Splendid fruit and BETWEEN PENSAQOLA, MOBILE AND -
N PROPERTY CAN SELL YOU I NEW ORLEANS,
1 story dwelling on East Intendencla street ..................11000 00 i EITHER. I good neighborhood. -
6&Z 2&3 4&1
__ 3 &: % 1 &: 4
dwelling excellent neighborhood, on East HIM, with lot 110x WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY. j 7:00m1l:Olprn'll:ICam Lv..PE'.nsaCla........ .Ar 500am 4' -' .'-
.............. ..... WE CAN SEL LIT. I 1 O:4IamI } 1;:>= '
150 feet, stone walk stables, etc. .. .. .....94500 00 2tarti 4Upm: Ar..Moblle..I.v \1:40amtl "Jaln ..::.PIII
: An of block 117. East King : .......
$1300.00- 5:00pm 7llamI 81Ipm \r. New O.leans..Lv I 8:15pm.. ;
i 2-story, 8-room dwelling on Wright street, near Palafox ..........$8000 00 Fire Insurance Placed in has seven Tract. :;; :

6-room dwelling on corner !lot on East Gadsden street lot 12Ox132' i I First-Class Companies. FLOMATON, PENSACOLA, RIVER JUNCTION! AND_JACKSONVIl.l.E. -

feet, with bath and gas ..................,....................... $3250 005room I rooms, in nice neighborhood $1300.00-SW quarter .(5 l lots) block 13S Daily 21 f,Dally[DalIy I I Dally$ 3 ,I. Trains where do nl not time stop is at shown stations I IDaIly:: I": Poly!: .r---:;;


50x170 dwelling feet .desirably..........located..-.....on....North.......Alcanlz.........street......,..with......lot.. $2000 00 .. I New City:.Tract. ..........-. 5:00 4:55, % 2J-0l .. ...-...... ........... ii43i4--; Oapr;
:30i ...... ...
v LESLIE E. BROOKS and is an all-right % 2:51)} .Century............. 1-10 1 1 }
...... 5:07 % t3:0jt; ......... .
at Goulding. fronting the railroad with .Blat Springs .......... : 1 ;
6-room 20 of :
dwelling .... ........... acres lots N\V Cor block 42, \0..... 5Jit51r: ( .;:ZO( ............lIcDavtd ............ 1 ., ,
land ... ..._. .... ........ ........................ $2500 00 SOO.OO--Four .... : ;&
proposition for $2500.McDAVIDHYER West King Tract on car line. : :30 3:04 3:361} .........Pine Barren........... 12 .
Real Estate ...... 5:39 3:13 .3.0;; ..............MoJ\no\ ............. ...12:23'lA ".
...... I:43.. .._.' -4:0l. ........... .Qulntette............ : I.J.q; ';:4-i; ...
; :
and Insurance. : .. ... .5t2 ..3:264:11 ..C".ottage Hill .......... .11:44.1%:::,' .- : .....
$.500.00-Lots 21 and :%. block 112 on ...... :CS7 '3:39: -': [ ..........Cantonement.......... 12 ;6, 'J4 ".
: HOOTON & WATSON Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. North Falafox St.i500.O0.W ...... -' -3:344:3, : .............Gon le3:............ ..U:40i..IZ:;::. .;; 1:01 .....
.| ...... :4:03: ::3:3: ::45: .. .............Roberts.............. n :t:' .- Zi .
...... 10.10 ...........OUve.............. .:n.::__.:1.II'J; ., !(::::
i THE RENTAL AGENTS I ...... -,::! ...3:514 1 :! t ...............BfP t.............. 1:11.151.1:04 .,"{;0'' .'.
I i CO. $ 14 block :51, r'CltT Tract. ti ;:t i .. ............ :. ; [
:::::
.I : 5:001At.:::::::::Pensacola..Lvli:05 nnl .

: Real Estate. Insurance and Loans For ;
Ac ents New York I
SaIteI I $3000.00-Lots 1 to 5 (W' ) block 29. New tbL1ll.' f I ; Xo:
Life .surance Company. City. East Gregory. on railroad. _
I No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. I ST., Splendid for lumber yard. 5:0....'.." .. .I. 7:00) !.........pensacola..Ar j I 10:101.-.. A
100 EAST GOVERNMENT 5C : ;..... .... 7:13 .......'......Bof'ml&! ............ i..I./ ...... U. :; I

...................................................0. I Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. 5S: '5:25 5:%% .........................: ...7:1... ..;................Cnl1.Yniestra.Point....................... (.10:331...... ..::. -In-J"".z

$2500.00-For an Ideal Home. 514 North $13500.00-Elegant lot on Garden street. 5 59.. ..... ...... 7:18. !' ............. I..m-. .. ..... .., (
Hayne Street a 7-room and hall 80x192. near Southern Hotel S ............. :% lulat............. //.10:19'......
..:
,. .
_ HELP WANTED. WANTED. cottage, with all modern conven C 5:40......... ........ .. ..............Harp.............. ....... ...... I
I iences. .'...... ...... 7:3..GaIt; City............ ......)........ .: : 'I '.t.:
6:0 ."."........, 7:39 .>>liIton.............. 10:0ii...... ,". .. ttft.
:'.L'iTED-A reliable nurse.. Apply 820 W Al\"TED-To rent for six months. nice 3000.00For 212 West Wright street a $6000.00-Lot on Intendencia street near 5 6:3'1...... ....;.. ..Good Range......;.. ;.. .... :.. .1&-'
North &):len street. Inov I Iy furnished house! with four bedroom very desirable 8-room and hall FOR iALEA Baylen 77x170. e 7:03 ._". ..... al ..............Hoits.............. .. ....I.... .... 4'
!!. Address P. O. Box 443. 2novlw residence with large lot. 'l:211..;...........J' 8:30j .............:PtIllIigan.............: 9:12,..... .. : '-
WANTED-Two draymen at No. Sand 10 SS 7:40.. ............. :: ............ .9: 4 .... .. II, ,
8:09.. ..... ..... 8:1>6 ..........Deer .. .1. \
West Intendencla street! Apply at VANTED-Experlenced man wants position Land. .. ... ....$... .. ..... '
once. InUW as foreman in planing mill. Best $1850.00-Gets S houses on West Jackson S 8:33.... ... ......1. ':1 .. .......)Jolsy Head., ......... 8: ... .. ... ; ) 4

I A TED-A first-class! dry goods sales n of al.references. Address "A," Care Inovlw Jour* Money to loan at lowest market rate month.street renting As an investment for $23.00 you perC :; :::::: ::::::... :;:... :::::::..?....1 I .......:::::: tlk.::::.:::::' 4'.

man. None but experienced need apply of interest.Mortgages. NICE LITTLE will find it profitable. ': .......Ponce. 7:29'.......:..... ,
on real estate in this city 9:52..C. 101 ...........' DeLeon..s.. '
.
Co.
Apply to Louis Friedman &; ,POSITION WANTED by band or .....
gang
InovSt saw tiler. Work guaranteed. "Filer," bought and sold. 102...... ........ 10.10.. ............Caryvflle............ .7:11./. /... ..I '.
Cans Journal. 27octlw* I All of the Maxent Tract west of 'C" 10:45.: ..... ...... 111:30 ..............Bonifay............ Clti> ...... .....
; ANTED-Assistant shipping clerk. i I street now for sale. HOflE $3500.00--For 5 lots and 6-room cottage, 11:1% .............. 1J:47. .............Chlpley............. .. 6:31..1.. ... 4 C
Must be able to tally lumber., Apply to WANTED-To rent six-room house In I northwest corner Reus and Cer- .. : C
Blunders Mill Co. Brent Road. Sloctlw a desirable.nel hborhood.a by a permanent vantes street-a good bargain. U; ..:::::: ::::::. 1 :; ...... ri i ::.....:::: tn ::::::!.::::: C

tenant. Address Box 103. City. 12:10 ...... ....... 11:% .)JarianDa.........,.. 6:00.......'...,..
Al\--rF.D-lIel1 to learn barber trade. 19octlm 12:44...... ...... .11:4;>. .............Cyprell8............. .. .
The -well-known Moler System of Col. I elSi: : ..,...... ...... .11:5% ..........Grand Ridge.......... 5:38---------------.- .:
fcgea founded in 1895 located in fourteen A1'4TED-AU Four rooms and balL No. 331 East In- $2000.00-Take a look at No. 1201 North 1:1: ...............1:0::.. ..............Sneads............. .-.5:211......-. ....
leading cities offer splendid advantages. I 15c dozen. I kinds hcndle beer all leading bottles. brands I pay Fisher Real Estate Agency tendencia streetThia house is being Davis street. It's worth the 1:30.............. 1:15. .......Rtver .Junction......... : ......... .. .. ".
the
practical. life scholarship experience, registered qualified dIplomas.instructors !I of manufacture wines beers that and well-established whiskies. and cough still COLLECTION OF RENTS A walls will thoroughly make on the a overhauled.inside nice home are being painted and tinted.is and close This to money. -10:50.AM (.. ............... .PM'7 40. Ar ....JacksonvUJe.... Lv .9:01..4.. .; a: ,

positions and locations. Catalogue mailed medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragona SPECIALTY. your business. Will sell on easy pay- Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2
and 3
free. Molar Barber College New Orleans. i'and Government Sts. lloct carry through sleeping car between Pen-,.,
sate
La. 2bocttVANTEDA I- Phone 87. 206 8. Palafex st. ments for If you have property for or exchange, cola and JacksonvUle.via River Junction and Seaboard AIr Line.
$1000. List with us for quick results.
\' man to assist with house. I WANTED hat First-class hat cleaning. Old .Traina stop Oft signaL C
made
work and tend to horse. Apply 613 X. new. Cleaning. pressing
and blockin Satisfaction
Palafox, Corner Gadsden. 2Soct I P anamas. 50cr Straws. lIe;guaranteed.Felt. ISo; HOTELS.BRIGGS Salesmen:
to- I Derbys. %6c. Victor LouIs. 100 E. Inten- Tn'e northeast one-quarter of block 175 '
at 8 GA. FLA. & ALA. RY.
Al\--rED-Two draymen. Apply dem-ia street. In the New tract. This Is I
All come in. 6octlm City place just I
W. Intendencia 23oct Jas. B. Perkins. Wm. B. EVANSUILLEI
10 street.
and : Runyan.
HOUSE-300 feet west of Union across the street from Mr. Bear's new CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE
I I WANTED-AU owners Depot on Wright street; best! location;' re idence. It is worth $1500. I will. sell I.
or poultry to Tallahassee Fla. Atlanta
.L"I."TED-Engraver. clock and jewelry know that we are agents for the cele- best rooms; best house to stop at. Rates it for to ,

age repairer., and salary with tools.expected.State brated Con to trure key's rupe Poultry cnolera Remedies.and Guaranteed to- 50c per day. 21octlm' $1400.,; Legal Advertisements. Ga. TERRE HAUTE

I>ru Store, florala. Ala. eXPE'rience'l I kill flea?. lice and mites. gape Also their I.. BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlak Springs. ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT

wonderful egg producer F. S. Mellen & Good beds. airy rooms. elegant meals; In Escambia County Circuit Court. to RAILROADTHE
WANTED-Neat white girl to do office I I I Co. Phone No. 334. 18apr.I \'. free bath and sample rooms. Special State of orIda-In Chancery. Martha Southwest and West
Georgia
work. Apply room No 1. Masonic (' ,'I. attention to traveling men. Rates $%.00 I Dixon, Complainant vs. blah Dixon Defendant
Temple l90cL! I j I AJo."TED-\t once. a four or five-room per day. J. R. Brown. Prop. -Divorce. On Monday the third Florida.Via DIRECT LINE TO

I cottage. :Must be close in and in good HOTEL SOUTHERN Open J. W. Bullock Jr.Real day of December. A. D. 1906. the defen
1 I all the
WANTED-Carpenters wanted. Apply i neighborhood.; Address 123. Care ..tourI American and European I dant. blah Dixon Is required to appearto
Colliding Fertilizer Company. l4octWANTEDFirstclass I|I.naL %;)sept Special jear. summer rates. First-class plan.in the bill filed against him herein. Steamer Lines, Carrabelle, CHICAGOand
be each
Pleasant' This order to published once
bJack.1 TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor. ient.every Mrs.respect T. L. Bowen Prop.and ,conven Pensa Estate and Mortgage LoansRoom week for four (5) consecutive weeks in Fla. all points in the
carriage Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired cola. Fla. The Pensacola Journal a newspaper published -
:smith and woodworker. Good on short notice No11% West liapr 302 Brent Building. in said Escambia county. A. M. ,

for Carriage right man.Works Address. John G. Welsh. I Government !St., Po>nsacola. }'la.WAZrEDA. I BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European JIcM.llan: Clerk Circuit Court by C. G. GA., FLA/& ALA. RY. North and Northwest.
Pensacola. Fla. t'oct plan. Rooms light and clean. Hartsfield. D. C. Pensacola. Fla., October
Low rates. quick service to TaTlahat-
I Box 173. Phone 637 25th. 1906. oaw4w
R Transient trade solicited. 575-579
Bingham wants South
: yourmovmli ace and Quincy Fla., Bainbridge, Arling.
i ; and hauling.* He, guarantees t I Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau. Prop. ton and Cuthbert, Ga. .
BOARD AND ROOMS. all breakage. Phone 30. CREW NOTICE. For Rates and Information write to Exceptionally Low RoundTrip .
I Neither the Captain. Ownersnor
FOR REZ\"T-Nicely furnished home on WANTED-Carriages repaired and repainted LOST. Consignees of the Br ss J. H. McWILLIAMS, Rates to all Summer
Barcelona, street for rent. Phone IlLinoviw ; floats built to order; horse : FOR SALE. a- ; Asuncion! de Larrinaga will Q .f. & P. A.. Bainbridge, Ga.
shoein; a specialty.! J. G. Welsh Carriage be responsible for debts con- Tourist Points.
cc. I LOST-Sunday morning. liver and white I tracted by the crew of said .---------- -- -
FURNISHED bouse to rent. Owner to I pointer dog; liver spot' on shoulder and FOR SALE-One nice revolving showcase vessel. KRAMER
board with tenant. Phone 285. or call W.\NTED-Tilo Merc'.ants Transfer Co. I hip: one side of head dar liver tip I for sale. Apply to IDS East Wright I GULF TRANSIT CO. Captain. D. H. Hillman, S. L. Rogers,
)t 1102 East Gad.Vlen' street during the wants your movlu; and hauling. All I ottall cut off. Answers to name of"Count. ,street. Inovlw: Consignee. DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
Say. Inov breakage guarantee T. B. Thorsen ." Reward for return to' George G. P. & T. A. .. General Agent c

I I Proprietor. Phone 978.WANTED Kupfrian. 2novlw FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-25,000 I CREW NOTICE. Evansville. Ind. Nashville, Tenn.
k'wo NICELY furnished; rooms for rent I brick. one 35-horse power engine. lOt I Neither the Captain, Owners
All hinds
t of electrical work. I LOST-A gold: watch charm about the i This nor Consignees of the
with or without board: privilege of bath I I sell all Kinds of feet 1-inch pip engine jus- tee I .
ind phone: convenient to car line. Ad- other electrical electrical! batteriesand I size of 2:)c piece engraved H. K.. en thing for a small saw milL Address Box a Italian ship Marina Madre
supplies. When you one s-ide. and H. F. on other. Reward for will be responsible for debts !
Jress 1202 East Gadsden street. 27octlmo* need m!' ring 245:>> or 955. E. W. Peake, : ;103, Pensacola Fla. Sloctlm contracted Pensacola St Andrews and
I. return to 440 Ea't Main. 2novlw by the crew of T. G.
M. D.
New Star Laundry Bid?. E. Garden. said vessel. YATES !
IWO connecting rooms rurnlshfd suit- --- Gulf Steamship Co.
FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures::
ahle for light houpfkwplngscellent LOST-Lady's gold watch; lost either on t CAPTAIN SIMONETTA, !
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In
WANTED-Second-band sacks of all descriptions I I pool and billiard tables. etc. a fine ROSASCO Optician. STEAMER TARPON.
beigbborhood. near bus.rf district. AptlY wanted. If out of town ship dummy or \between dummy depot and i location. At a bargain if' sold at once.Address ,. BROS. Consignee. W. G. BARROW, Master
phone 6bJ. SOoctlw* them to us; if in town. ring ui at Nu. I Kandy Kitchen. Reward for return to box 103. City., 23sept I FIRST-CLAbS
_ j I I. 334 or bring them tlJ us at corner up of the Kandy Kitchen. 39oct I NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. 306' Thiesen Building.Twenty FREIGHT PASSENGER SERVICE.Between AND

ROOM-Handsomely furnished southern Chase and Alcanlz Sts. F. & :Mellra lit I As all kicks registered in this ofi" years' experience i -
as an Eye
exposure all modern conveniences.! :2}. Co. AUTOMOBILE or trade: nearly PENSACOLA.
/sjulyMISCELLANEOUS. '. lice for failure of delivery! of the Specialist.: Examination free. MOBILE. APAL AC NICOLA
Mocks from po"toffi-e. Apply 236: West I new and in good condition will sell or CARRABELLE.! ST. AN
Government. Phone 705.;; 25octl".* FOR SALE. trade for a good horse Address J. C. paper are charged up to the carriers DREWS. MILLVILLE.
I :Brashears Milton Fla. Coctlm it is desirous that subscribers; be'quite Frederick. Ausfeld. F. M. Elount- And all points on St. Andrews Bay Car
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IIREE TOfFURNISlIED ROOI- with I certain that the paper has not AUSFIELD & BLOUNT rabelle and Apalachlcola,
bath. Apply 222: West Belmont. :2otttnont. I FOR SALE-One first-class turpentinefarm. SCHEDULE.
FOR SALE CHEAP Almost new Mehl iw I been delivered before registering such
low
.lSo..t Kight crops boxes Round Architects Leaves Pensacola Sunday. S '" .
I MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick I& Sons! piano In' handsome rosewood I
timber with for .
enough place to cut thirty Mobile .A1a.Lea"e
i I A bargain. Piano be kick.At '312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses
can
furnished if desired. Guaranteed. seerby' BIdg,
: ROOMS-Furnished or unfurnished. for i taken and i.iid. Carpet I crops more. Do not apply unless YOU calling\ ..at the Kandy Kitchen. .oc times complaints comes in from Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. Penaacola Tuesday ">. .
up matting Leaveorders .
rent. Privilege light housekeeping 251; : I mean: business. Address box 77. De- houses at which we are certain the for St. Andrews. MUlviUe '.
East at Watson, Parker Ieese ( os. Florida. Must Carrabelle: and
Gregory street. 2Soct I Funiak Springs. be sold Intermediate f : If-
=-_ I Wesley'!! Duncan. _7sept__ I by November 20th 1906. 2novl t ; FOR SALE 10,000 acres round timber paper has been delivered, and this!s WM. A. BORMANS, For additional information '.a
'OR RENT-Newiy furnished tront room I -'-- i land. 12.600 saw mill timber and sawmill obviously unjust to the toys. If you J. B. SAUNDEF.S-
in private family. southern exposure:: I DR. A. W. JlER f.Chiropodist.. FOR iiALE-TE'n different Pensacola 32-room hotel at a bargains Several do not get the paper we want to knowIt Architectand Superintendent E .R. COBB. P Jf'
desirable neighborhood and near business room 301 Brent Building 3d floor. All I i storm scenes on: souvenir postal cards! good farms and town properties ; but please be certain. Office-305 Brent Building. General Frt. and Pass. Agt Pen
renter. Use of bath gas and phnne. (('TnP. bunions. InprroKiinK nails removedscientifically I for 2ec. P. P. P.. Box 316. City. 30oct' ,, Write Gentry & Setterllnd. Chipley Fla. Phone 823. Pensacola, Fla. sacola, Fla.
Apply. to 422 West Gregory or phone 135:: *. without pa'n. Manicuring; 23septSECONDHAND .
28octlm a.specialty.I 24octlm : FOR SALE-Car: load fine horses and -- -
- mules just received: also two milch SAFE for sale used
$5,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD SECRET
TWO nice. large unfurnished room for TREES Shade. ornamental or_ fruit cows with calf. Can be seen 'at barn on only on* year. ,Address P. O. Box 492. SEe SOCIETIES JACKSONVILLECARNWAL
rent Apply to }.'. R. Mc-Gee at Y. M. trees of all kinds; also hedge plants West Interdencia street. Turton & McMillan. W. S. Hooton. ilL. Inten encla.* 7oct CURITY. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT
C. A. rooms. Cod furnished and planted b) S. I). Jackson 28oct CO. PENSACOLA
_. terms to suit LODGE NO. 3.
on customers. Best refer
-- FOR SALE-BlacksmIth shop and dwell Fensacola
Lodge No. 3, K.
)." CELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent ences. Address S. D. Jackson City.Hoctlme. FOR SALE-One-half interest in the 0. ing, excellent location near Ice factory; 212-PHON -831. meets every Monday evening 'at of 7:30 P.

with or Without board. Table board. K. drug store Florala Ala. Purchanermust good trade large lot. good water. reasonable East Hill o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
Phone, gas and bath. No. 3 Paafo\! WAGON be competent to manage bU31n<> terms. at Marianna. Fla. AddressW. : Grocery Co. Oier Pou's stable, West Intendencia
2locilmURNISHED AND in CARRIAGE SHOP-We Clean stock: cash trade. H. H E. Taylor. Chipler, P1*. lOoctlm !I. F. :BOWES,. Manager. Visiting brethren cordially] welcomed. St.
are now our new quarters 214 East ss'1 .
ROOM for rent. Apply 301 Intendencia and prepared to do every Dougald. Proprietor. 2o() (- Increased business makes two phones 1l0RSLEIfi. H. DEXXAKD. c. C.
%v. Chase street. 21oct thing in wagon and carnage buildinr; and FOR SALE-A pottery works with, steam necessary and another new delivery JL K. of It. & S.
i PANAMA CANAL, EDITION of The engine steam drying room. moulds wagon. November 5-10, 190G.
repairing. E. L. Herring, City. line
k ollS FOR RENT with privilege of; !, Journal a magnificently illustratedmagazine and everythingcomplete for carrying on KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS..
light: housekeeping; use of bath and ARRANGE & ADUU. Livery. De- containing scores :?Iie-1" :1 I Ibook business, together with the finest bed of; ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF COOP. Meetings of the
phone; on car line. AI'POO! !) 1-:' Jackson, Funiak; single or double teams, night the city and harbor. For '11 pottery clay in Escambla county. Lo- ER'S REMEDIES JUST RECEIVED Knights of Columbus
stores or at The journal office. Byi cated right in the city. Apply to ad.
1487. lIoctlm.JLEASA."I."T i or are beld
ut-phone or day ; at their hall SEABOARDAIR
rigs. good
service
; new poiitedrivers. ,
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AT THE
CRYSTAL
mail. 20 cents. Usept dress R. P. Reese. ISseptf PHARMACY. Xo. S
HOMELIKE PLACE_ to !. Give us a trial. .. hone C9.6octlm. i I ( West Intenden

board on North Hill second door from I : .'w :Monday cia street.evenlntr on at every 7sn LINE RAILWAY
.Invita
East8trong.: iSoctlm: 1 DRAWINGS all kinds; Hull Engine. '%. 'p2r tion is extended 'to ANNOUNCES A RATE OF

FOR RENT-Rooms cbeap; real newly Patent Office. machine and misc. madeat 'i-lLr visiting; Kniirhts
clean furnished! rooms suitab'e for reasonable rates.' Patentable Ideas developed WRITE YOUR WANT AD' 4V JOHN B. JONES, ONE FAREPlus
light housekeeping on the hilL Location : Sail boats launches. Address HERE. J. S. LEONARD, Grand Knight.
high and healthy. Close to car line. W. C. l\t Gowan. Pensacola Fla.. Sseptlm Recorder. 25. cents to Jacksonville and re'.-"..
Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 K. > for the Public, and one cent per <
Strong. Phone 1213. lOaug: J. H. PORTER. sailmaker. 716 South DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. for Military Companies and 6. "
I I I Palafox street. Orders taken for tents Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters of Bands. Rates apply from all Age S
.. awnings, camp stools: and house rots Rebvcca. meets every Monday night Stations on Seaboard in Florida
I Send it to The Journal office day or night. When need have at
help
I etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan you anythingto 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. haIl. VisitIng
sisters cordially Invited to be present.
MONEY LOAN.

: I I &SHIP Co.and CHANDLERS wholesale grocers.! and Only-McKinzie retail first-class ship: Oertlne chandlers houseof sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the 1IRS. HATTIE MRS. J. NEVILLE T PULL1AM.Sec.N. G. DATES OF SALE.


$1000.00 to loan on security. Pcnsa- kind in city. Fair prices to alL RATHBONE LODGE No. 30. November 7 8 and 9.
5 6
cola Investment Company. SOoctHAVE i work. t Rathbone Lodge, No 30/ Knights of ,

YOU IDLE MONEY In the bank? CARRIAGES Floats built repaired to order. ar-Horse repainted. Ca Pyt1as tTHa-meets Members every ;Thursday night at
shoeing of
I can get you 8 per cent on the best t a specialty.. W. Welsh Carriage Com- and visiting brethren cordially sister lodges Final Limit All Tickets November 11.
possible security. Leslie E. Brooks 112 to attend. Invited 1905.
party. %.(eb J. M ROPER C. c.
South Palafox.- oct20 c. j. LEVEY. K P.. & s. "

MONEY LOANED on real estate and l- MILTON lid lim VPHOLSTERINO!!. Proprl tor. Furniture SHOP-Will repairing -- SIX. I' ORDIN RY. WORDS MAKE' : ONE ,, LINE. M. Eo B. A. :\0. .5!. meet$ first. Call on your ticket agent.S. .

t personal property on short notice. of all kinds, carpets laid. fumi- third Wednesday evenings and
at 7:30
Terms easy.1.. W. Bollard 28$4 SouthPaiaTox ture packed for shli.ping. Phone 63i : -- -- Ratr'rd .HalI.00.: 10, West Inte.'denCla p. m. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.Ass't .
_St. Phone 1144. I I Next to Taidpa landing. 22apr113U1L. #. Street A. G. FELL Pres. Gen'l Pass AgentJACbONlL5
J. L. .SWEENET, Se -
t SCAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight t :::. JOHN CREARY has the agency for i.r. y. I JAS F. TAYLOR.
per Hosiery. With every 6 NO. 4 I. O. Pass. Agent
o. F. Traveling
want 'nterest on. see me about it. It pairs you get a Pensacola I >Jge. No. i/o
guarantee that they """illWelr 4. o" TAMPA.EDWARD.
t will: he absolutely safe on real estate six months. Phone j'H : meets every Thursday at"
S3:;, or call at ,1 evening
.ecurilv. Leslie E. Brooks. hone 462.. 21 East LaRua. Sloctlw at the new hall on Belmont and J /F"I F. COST
treets.! Visiting, Brethren
cordially 2nd Vlce.Presidett.CHARLES.B.
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IIONT.V TO \N-Everybody borrowsnvmev .AI..FIAN-TIn. .. vited. B. ft. W
HV Copper and Sheets ")vSKY. N. .
'v f-...n Jno. ". Hall & Co.. 14; Iron worker: cornice work and skylights r : A. KERLE. Secretory I RYAN.
E. Gcoemnitnt' St. When In need, call a specialty; rooting, guttering andrepairing I / .1 _' Gen'l Pass. AgentPORTSMOUTH

on us. t|I 109 East house build irg. Phone 1316. SJunelm I .- Uve Oak Camp Xo. 1 W O. W
MONEY. LO\NKD on all kinds of personal 1 I : Tieets in Pythian hall the 1st d .
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easy. J.property U. G."D.)'on& short Co.V.notice.. Rosnana.Terms .. .. .. ', 1vereigns Wednesdays cordially In .a.ch invIted.month. arid Visiting! 3r REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BR '

phone llG:. Iteb I' F. A. BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOChJR.
FOR RENT.FOR BOGHICfl, C. C.
t LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUrt

UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon Rates- The rate .Qn""a want ad the above space is 25 PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE
all kinds of personal property. Sp- ttENT-A. R. Bingham has storage I : filling ? cents first insertion
(ldl rates to business men on laige room for rent. suitable for furUtur / *>v $5,000 TO LOAN ON So
GOOD GOOD
SEe $5,000 TO LOAN ON
t loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204ii or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar- i land
I CURITY.
'\- p.-.' FaWM.r rasron streeL Phone 29. 5 cents a day for each additional consecutive insertion. Send cash. with the ad. MENT CO. PENSACOLA: 'INVEST. CURITY. PENSACOLA INVEST

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. Cleared Yesterday. I NAVAL STORE
Chacma, Nor bk, Jorgensen 557. for Savannah, Ga., Nov. L-Th
nava.
Paysander, a ft pickets.with 362,000 a ft lumber 42.70 .- stores market closed to-day as follows: '. : TEMPERANCE. I ;

Sailed Yesterday WW .................................800WG -
Axminster. Br as, for Hamburg. -.................................800 \,' ,
N ..................,.......,.r..1 fO1M
I.I.Quaker VESSELS IN PORT. ...................................1110 FOOD
K ...................................479I I and vi "
1I Steamships.Asuncion I .........0".......................410Ii ?
1t de Larrinaga. Br as. Kramer ............................420to425a '
2:iJ3. ttoaario. to Gull 1'iajisit Co. ............................413to420F
I August Belmont. Br ss, Clarke. 29S7. ,:, ...................................11 REFRESHMENT I
I Newcastle on Tytff to Gulf Transit Co. ; E ....................-.t. 00 to4ObD
Rye Barendrecht Dutch ss. Hoekslra. 2092. I ................................., '2"
I (itulfport to Cary & Co. C. ............. ....................II% wW
, gui Benedict br ss. Roberts 1T9$. Kingston Spirits Turpentine 91%.eent.
to S. P. Shotter Co.Oracla. .
Span tiS. Rulx. %9i!. Liyerpool PENSACOLA COTTON. MARKET. vi/

Twice to Ida Gulf Aust Transit ss, Hr Co.glh.. 209S, New Or- The are following furnished PensacoLcotton by J. P. O'Connor quotations &.: m Malt is the main ingredient of Gerst beer. g ;
distilled 't'ans to Gulf
in Transit Co. Co.. ,F. O. B. cotton brokers Pe.i5cola;
copper- Klrkstall. Br ss, hUde. Colon to Ha;.. ) :
Master.Lewisham. Good Middling! ........................10Whlilct i.6 It stands for vigor vitality strength. Gerst '!
in Br es, GaUn, HI!:. Rio Janeiro -I I Middling J..10W ,
I T\i\ ripened heavily charred oak tp them. S. Key.;er Co. ,Middling -......::;::::.:::::.:;::: :::.io beer is
Tugela, Dr es. Nicholl. 2141. Cardiff to Strict Low Middling ...................9% I g extremely heavy in malt. :
barrels II. Baars & Co.
I -bottled by the distiller I ,
I'I New York Cotton Market.
JI Q I. Nor sU.p! :SMS.Atanti. :AnJeison.;:> 164S Lon Open. Hirb. Low. Close. 1.1\ \ Thehops act as a tonic and natural food for the nerves. This '!

I i : pure, smooth, and mellow.Don't don Ferreira.to Oroerv Port ship. Barros. 606. Lisbon ,January May March.........,...:.16 1045 10.36:IS 1041 1051 1023 1034 1925 1007: 10 10 10.37..K 2i ttli combination is so remarkably beneficial, and Gerst beer is so pure, I!
U >
; )Canada.master. Br ship. Spurr. 2317. Rio December ,.19-12 10.U 10.01 10.03 that it may be rightly termed a pure-food beverage and finally, v .

'lo poil your treat by failing Janeiro IngTiii.to Nor Pitch ship.Pine Dannell dumber IZtO Co. Antwerp I Grain and Provision Market. a the extremely small amount of alcohol present ((3 1-2)) per cent)) lifts it into

to McK. U rUng & Co. Wbeat- thevclass of real temperance beverages.
to Old Lena. Ital ship. Tas:ara. 1581. London Open. High. Low. Close. .
1 ; get Quaker. to order. December ....74 75 73% 74Ti -t 5 N '

Barks. I May .........7SH 7914 71% 73 KI /is\ ,. Cent beer has.every possible good quality Best materials, crystal pure icot0r j''J
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Phone 16. Lewis Bear & Co., Montevideo Afredo, Uruguayan to H. rf. Thornton.bk. Maragas. 987. I I Corn-. Op .n. Hi?h. Low. Close. i.t -: thorough aging and scientific sterilizing. Drink it at home and at all resorts.VM. '

104-408 Palafax AJf_ 1d. awed bk. Svensen. 13S2, December ....43% 43% 43K 43M !
Peasacola St. and Fla.2-10 Main St., 1 ban to master. Dur-I May .........44 Vi 44H 44 44tt I.t\ 1e \ GERST BREWING CO.. Nashville. Tonn.
Andrea. Nor bk, Quale 114. I Oats-
1 master. Open. High. Low. Close. 11\$ PETER BELL. Wholesale Dealer.
I Avon. Ital bit. Avegno. 1477. Genoa to December ....33 34 33% 33* \.
master. May .........SSV435% 25 J5tf .''1 V

Campbell, Nor bit. Hausken. 1100. __ .,. ,...........E ,
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Stavanger to McK. Oer ing & Co. New York Stock Markets. I ec: -' ..&:.c. .
JI -- Chacma. No bk Jorgensen. 557. Open. Close

Fleetwood to oiaer. Sou.- Pac. ............ S9H 91%
Old Tom Hereford. Nor bk. Jensen 13SO, Rosario Copper ................t.-.....109% 111 --
Coronet and Dry Gin to order. I A.S.R. ...................133 ISltfAtch Real Estate Transfers. need have
Helrndal Nor bk. Hansen 1354. Hull ......................100% 101% I no terrors for youif
-- to order. A. R. ......................153% 154H WASH DAY send
Humberto. Span. bit. 1111. BatUe, Ha- B. R. T. .................... 77% 77H Following Is a list of the real estate you your washing
.
vana to order. ...... ..... transfers recorded yesterday furnished by
B. & 0 ........ 118% H'
Isabel Browne. Rus bk LIndquist 1231. ......... the Pensacola, Absrrart Co.: The New Method Laundry,
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H ............................................"' Hull to master. C.Erie F. L' ...................: 60J4 43% 44 63 DEEDS. I PHONE 1188 E. w. LAWRENCE. Prop *.*. ..etk.dLaundry Bldj. .*. BJUUSI
I : Kink Oscar II, Nor. bk Johnson. 75%, U. S. ....................... 44 47H Emily C. Wright to Ross Roberts-
Lot AGENTS WANTED.
10 4'of
Rosario to A. ZeUes.Lila. and the north lot 9. block
U. S. Pfd ...............108% 106'i j
Nor bk. Aanorsen, 1030 Santosto R.S.. ....................... 3514 35H) 88. East King Tract east of Tarragona
order. N .................... 14S4 street-UOi./lO./ -
L. & 141V4
Witcher Zemurray & Co. | LJuis. Uruguayan bit Lopez, 700. Havana Lead ....................... 74 74V4M. I C. M. Wheat to Brick Hermnson-Six -
to order. ...... acres of land In the northwest corner of is
P. .............. .. 9>% 4t4
Ger 19::. I the northeast % of the northeast of
Maria bk. French. Kings %
Can. Pac. ............,....174 Vi 17514 -
I Sec 20, 2 8, 31
Lynn to master. Tp R west having front
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...... .. 128
N. Y. C. 12614 '
Marina Madre, Ital bk Slmonotta P. 0 ....................... 8814 884' i of 413 feet on the north section line andextending
Commission i south (13
Brokers. 1468, Genoa to order. Reading ...................138% l2fc ; feet-S450.00. The First Wcslth
Nor O. L. Bass to Bass & Co.-AU of block Step to
Negpore. bit Ojerdsen. 1128 East .. ..
St. P. ........ .... .. 170 172
: London to A. Zelius. ILL ....................... 27H J7SS. ( I 18 171..:JLOO.west King Tract. except lots 17 and h
Noach VI. Swed bk Burgfeldt 1260.:: R. ....................... 33% 34Vi-
; Pensacola anti New Orleans. : Port Natal to order. Penna. ....................141% 145
Ollvart. Ital bk Costa. Genoa to or U. P. .....................180% 182% IJ. P. WILLIAMS CO.

I.; II W. Intendenola. 820 Common. : der.Pallas, ,to Nor A. Zelius.bk Johnson 1219. Plymouth cent.Pennsylvania basis: formerly railroad 6 put per cent on 7 basis.per IN BRENT BUILDINGThe Saving is the first step to wealth. The man of

Superb, Nor bk. Ullch. 1934. wealth became rich thro the
Antwerpto of his first
saying
i WITCHER ZEMURRAY & CO.'S DAILY J. P. Wlliams,
Cotton Stocks Grain Provisions j | A. Zelius. & Co. Company has removed
: Schooners. COTTON LETTER. its offices to the new Brent dollar. If he had spent all he made he would
i Donna Christina. Am sen. McLeod '165.;; Nov. Liverpool opened building and now occupies three
t bought and sold on margin or for Investment. Belize to master. Pensacola have lost his opportunity to
Doml-a. Br sen. Reddle. %001. St. Lucle firm at six points' advance this morning. rooms, 376. 378. 380 and 382. People
.. to master. contrary to expectations and.continued baring business with this companyare
Out-of-Town Orders Given Special. Attention. : Freddie Heucken Am sen, Bryant, 475, strong until after, noon, when. under requested to note the change and
: Havana to master.REMOVED heavy selling'it weakened closing easy call at its new quart ra. Make Millions '

TO ROOM 302) BRENT three points down from the opening
Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. t REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT
i BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK, Spot sales were reported at 8.000. balesat I I
i JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR 5.86 for middling. BUH.DING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK, Begin the saving habit today.One dollar doesit

:...................................................: PROPERTY WITH. ME FOR SALE. 10.12 In and New January York December 10.18.! January opened advancing at- JR.PROPERTY REAL ESTATE.WJTH ME LIST FOR YOUR SALE. and .it begins at once to work for you-four r :

212-PHONES-881. during the first hour to 10.23, later 212-PHONES-681. per cent, compounded twice a year.,
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East Hill Grocery Co. selling down to 10.07. and Just priorto East Hill Grocery Co. \
J- !L F. BOWES. Manager. the _close the market was qu1e but
Increased business makes two phones the low, H. F. BOWES. Mana? r.
steady' three .point. above. price 'Increased business
Give Us Your Lumber Order Early wagon.necessary and another new delivery for A the larg.day.and well-posted- New York necessary and another makes new two delivery phones


Orders are coming in thick and fast, and to insure NOVEL -ADVERTISING- : firm ment markets advises and depends In their that on opinion Immediate weather the and future consump-move-of wagon. NOTICE. FIRST NATIONAL RANK{ 4.OF 4.

I tion will largely exceed last season and The poll'ng places for the general
prompt delivery you should give us your ordernow. How a Firm of Architects Got ,Ito consider a crop of 12.500,000 bales necessary election of November b, will be
Name on a Bulldlinr. but very unwtain. PCNSACOLA. FLA.
I The tendency has- been to oversell the place usually used. except In precinct
I I Close observation on the part of a market on this depression. Just the same No. 4. where the voting place
Hardware, Paints, Oils, etc., delivered the same newspaper man in Boston several i as It was over-bought in the recent bull- will be at John Yates store.A. : Designated Depositary of the United State,.

day. .years ago revealed a striking device, ish excitement. The market with now hard has M. Mc\TLLAN
had a break of a cent a pound
i employed by the firm of McKlm Mead ly more than a ten-point reaction during Clerk Board County Commissioners. W. H. Knowles. President W. K. Hyer. Jr., Vice-President and Cain'er \ f
: & White the noted New Yorl arehltects the progress of the decline and it moderate Is only 27octlwk. Thoc. W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts, Aes't Cashier.
reasonable to expect at least a
Saunders Mill Company : of which Stanford White who i ii upturn. Directors. C. Brent. W.A. Blount. W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hyer. Jr., f fC.
WITH SPIRIT.
THE GIRL
,
i was murdered by Harry K. Thaw In Middling spots In New York are quotedat D. G. BreaU
Phonm 717. 21 fast Garrf n St...,. 10.40 ten points down from yester '
New York recently. was a member.!
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dadgure. What She L k> Fr Im Cs. M* ShWovld
The device says the Pittsburg Gazette- Port' receipts: for to-4ay are estimatedat M rry. j
55,000 bales as against 53.445.the; corresponding -
Times was an acrostic of names famous -: last with does not
--- day jear. A girl spirit nowadays
In history literature and art by i man merely because she likes J Jt.
marry
which the firm's name was to be engraved $5,000 TO LOAN ON .GOOD. SE .a. u rAft.President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant 5m;w
m DRINK BOTTLED CURITY. PENSACOLA INVEST. him. Lore Itself isn't enough. Before .E.CU .K.Vice.President antf Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS. AMislMl Cusap
on the Boston Public library.As MENT CO. she asks herself. "Do L love him?" she I

.... may be observed the arrangementdefied wants to settle certain questions In her
literature history and philos 212 PHONES-881. mind. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

@r phy In arrangement. and this was the East Hill Grocery Co. For Instance Is he congenial? What's ,
I
8 thing that attracted the cwspaperman's M. F. BOWES. Manager. the use'of affection, asks the modern OF PtHSMCOLM. fllL
Increased business makes two phones
attention. The names were conglomerated
necessary and another new delivery girl. 'If we're to have nothing In common Opera House Building.
from all nations and ages wagon. to talk about and think about

IQ ... into a seemingly neat ornamentation after we're married? If our tastes and DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF. UNITED STATES.

for the fine building. Beginning at the ideas are so totally dissimilar that we
top of a space to be devoted to name shall 'never understand each other or (AI ITAL STOlK(, {200,000. SURPLUS $60.009. I
Before drinking see that you 11l1 :j;1i) !
0 famous In the world In various lines agree then he's not the man for me. DIRECTORS.

were the following! : : There must be some common bond of
get the GENUINE. A word STIL'I between that Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Reilly F. C.. Browner
Moses, and us
interest sympathy
o 0
J. M. Pfcitfcr W. 3, Rosasco C. W. Lamar
Cicero.Kalidasa
to the wise is sufficient.Ilygela will hold when caresses and endearments Bi)sn Duimody T. F. McGourin J. R. Saunders,

o 0 Isocrates. I wane. A. M. A*cry. W. ". )lflton. 0. E. )Maura
Milton. Next. says the spirited maflern girl. \\. U Ctmthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzIe Getting

These names: through their Initials has he good breeding? I don't mean Mrs ftsa6oin.' C. ,4. Cwiagtoo, M. E. Clark"

Bottling Works formed the first part of the acrostic, the'vapid airs and graees of a societypolish. lull) iquiilcjii frrrcnt rt&tf \\3JLt cuf ILLS lit JUr. fmnte apartment
of heart
but the true gentleness
spelling plainly "McKto.! A slight Sa ictrectiaa for flu ceoYenleact; of customers.
124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587. ';pace appeared: before the next list of which makes him kind and courteous j
by tature. Th instincts of a gentleman Fair percent interest Paid on Tim Deposits.
names. which was:
may be born In the'lowliest, and
I
Mozart. unless be has these be may some day
Euclid.Aeschylus.. IMMOBILEALA.ItiE 1
desenerate; Into a selfish boor.
How Our Acme Double flint Dante. What are his morals? asks the modern '

Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels The initials! of these names broughtout maid. Can I trust him wholly? If THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK

the second name of the firm they are flabby and wavering he will
I* ma i Saturated and coated under a new process with Asphalt. ,j-- },, I TYPICAL AMERICAN
U a rubber-like (densely compressed) Hoofing Felt. f following: names appeared: I should give him a clean life General .Banking Business Conducted: on a Safe and Conservative
Coated on both sides with Silicate. j and upright morals. and I cannot see Basis.
Resists the action of vapor. acids and fire. Wren. la familiar TTebster's Diction-R
Nat affected cold. Herrlck. wits why I should compromise by acceptingless
bv heat or ,
TU roofing that never leaks. J* Irving aryan his guide anJ autborit7 from J,, from him. Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.

t.sily affixed. ,.. Titian. his earliest school The experience of twenty years proves It to be the best j Erasmus.
Heady Roofing on the market. JA I reaches the Kjhs3t: : rank cf oCicLJfwwcr He owes it to me to be perfectly frank
Put in 40 feet 6 Inches long Here was the name 'White" also en-
up rolls 31 Inches wide and about this.
or
responsibility,
(ontainlng ics square feet. wrapped In heavy casing. gravel: the whole device bringing: cut btrsinccs Is be a selfish man? That is. will he City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.

APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. the firm name of "McKIm. Mead & tcrary eminence. demand: the sacrifice of my Indifiduallt -
White" In connection with the world's and Ealar cl Editior Denomination S1 000.00 each. Dated January 1.t. 190S. Maturing January lit
'The Hew : ? Does he want me to marry him 1936.' Redeemable Jan. 1ft. 192$. Interest Payable SemI-Annusiy.:
3Ply, 80 Ibs. per roll, complete. : famed men. It was ia 1S30. just before f"Webster's IstcrnitlKlJ: Diction for myself or for my ministry Opon his WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE,

2-Ply, 70 lbs. per roll, complete. the building: was completed that the ry, With: ils: :23,000::; added words, material needs alone? IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.

discovery was made'nnd published. revised Cszctteer, and And again. asks the girl of spirit. is
1-Ply, 60 lbs. per roll, complete. ; i :.npletely : The Peoples Bank of Pensacola
The list of names was changed. revised Biographicalctionary he the sort of man who will take me
,
Samples and Full Particllars Free. (OFI I :apletely
and into,his confidence or will be be reticent
AJso 3, *: and 1-ply Tarred Roofing Paper.' Sheathing and ( I SI&trcB Barnes For a Baby. \; has: standir au- and secretive about erery thing.: Pensacola, Fla.

Intatatmg Pap r.Carolina I Henry Gottbrath of Louisville. Ky., :lority trherevcr the English: l.un"e bin- assuming me Incapable of understand

Portland Cement Co., desiring to compliment the members of is s:>ekcn. It has 2380tusrio ing his affairs? It would be wholly -

Ca. I No. 12 Engine company for having pa=*s with 50CO IDustrauons. impossible for me to be happy unless ......................... .,p.................
Atlanta, II I saved his house from destruction b) The International received I there was absolute trust and confidence i. ,

fire said be Intended to name his newly PRIZE I between us says this resolute girL .l

--:-- born babe after the members of the i: THE GRAND Will he recognize my right to an allowance '

company. says a Louisville dispatch. the HIGHEST AWARD at the World's y ? she wonders. That will be Deposit your money. in a savings bank at 4 J

He bad the child christened John Smith Fair, St. Louis. | very necessary. per cent., whe"h the Pensacola Home and Savings
Paul Graham Matt Kelly Ralph D, I nonessentlals says t
Other things are I
H. C. DeSILVA Su COMPANY Brown Edward Buckner George Boy- t The PaIl fUll Oaiette of, London the modern girt of spirit. But congeniality : Association will issue you paid-up stock ,

Ian David MacCorkhill Henry Go" Eagton, says: The sum total good morals good breeding a i bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum, pay- ,

brath. is the production of a wordbook clean bill of health an unselfish interest able semi-annually. 1 -

take ordersfor Escafabla Lodge No. 15. F. & A. M. I which has no equal in the English in my' welfare frankness and a .. H. C. DtSILVA A. GREENHUT J. S. Reese. R. M. CARY. i

Are running again and can Regular communication of Es- language. _: .------ reasonable generosity-these are real President. Vice-President. Treasurer. Secretary
bow much I + Greenhut. Knowles H>.r, A. V.
cambia Lodge. No. 15. F. &, A. Im PromrnrtstiOT."in* essentials. No matter Dlrecto"'H..G. DeSilva. A.
Our stock lumber is M.. will FREE'reat. him : Clubbs. C. H. Dorr 0. E. Maura Sol Cahn.
special work., be held Monday evening. Ktructixe and e.tertaaningfor. care for a man I shan't marry un 43 South Palafox i
November 5th at 7:30 o'clock.Visiting for the whole famil/ he these,qualifications. :
sufficient tb fill all orders sent us. brethren C.fraternally D. BEYER.Invited.W. M. 1 ulustrated G.&CMRRIAMCoP.J pamphlet. less Philadelphia possesses Bulletin. ................................................

W. O. PAII.KT, Secretary. -- __ --I
-- PUBLISHERS, "rfa REMOVED TO ROO. 302 BRENT
REMOVED ROGMSO2 BRENT SPRINGFIELD MASS. ._ < JOHN. W. BULLOCK,
Phone :J U. BUILD'NG. JOHN. W. BULLOCK.JR. JR.BUILDING.REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR Subscribe for the ,Journal.till .

REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE.iiI'iiiiiiiiiui. ,
PROPERTY WITH ME TOR SALE. .

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;_ pZCIT THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1906. _ _ _ _
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I; .;: .l.\. tU Ur.J .r :""';.",;;:: L ;iz&:"'. I KATS AND KITS FUHNIEHlhSsloe:

[ MRS. CHURCHILL .LOCATES JdJoe7fscieflhIfIC'g aran1OCf JOHN AI lOSES I



"GOOD UMENTTHIS.. I HER TWO SMALL CHILDREN wh/ch ,.. T: .


HIS fIRST
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: r "It's idle to discount the Henry Killikelly Has Reached Jackson Barracks With \


Them So Commanding Officer States in .Letter :
part that dress plays in,shaping I RACE


a man's career. Arrayed I .t -Received Her : : :' ':',: (



in an ill-fitting suit of. poor The two small children of. Mn_.. ted any breach of the law, either .d city Pacer Owned by Capt. T. E. ....,.=...t.....f}. <. ..' .'1.-

Mary Churchill who disappeared last or ,state, that he would see that he s.r. '_
material, out of date, or ext was 'delivered to the proper authori: -\.\... \
Saturday night with Sergeant Henry i iKllIikelIy. I ties. Welles Nosed Out in '

; t aggerated in style, a, man, have been located by the i r r It Is nn.drtooJ that: Killikellr Js UP-TO-DATE FANCY HAT BAN S.

much distressed mother. Both aje at now vreiiariagto make a legal fight : Selma Event.John on
Sci:
CTIt:
may, at heart, be a gentleman Jackson Barracks near New Orleans for the possession of the- cniloren keep, the medicine : ]

>: e ;. ;J where they have armed. with_ Sergeant : ,i I He has them in his custody. and it cheat suppLcd! with Old THE HABERDASHER en:

of the highest anda Killikelly. is understood has engaged counsel to 1: cd! 'A., the fast j/scer owned by J r
... type This information .: and JSC. a =e vhskcy
reached
the city represent him in the proceedings 222 S. Palafox.
his first c
Capt. T. R Welles lost race ;}
jesterday in, a letter from the com, this attorney was to have left New guaranteed: medicinally
genius in ability. But the manding omcer cf the barracks, who Orleans for Pensacola Wednesday, I pire. good doctors! every'hererecommendit. I of the season s-t Setea Weanesday.Castle : = ----=
being nosed out at the fl n11f.by: i
dad been appealed ,to and requestedto but so far he has not arrived. At full t Wood, owned by Gee's cf ,Memphis.I {
OPera House
world will misjudge him. advise as soon as Killikelly reached bas huaself known
iI ? least be not made
; i there and whether or not the to any of those who have interested 1 nteasurecOivenentpackage. I The fastest tine, made< was %:10 14.j

t; You will be judged: correctly children were with him. --The command themselves in the matter cf rega'a! than John,'this A. has on other made tracks mitch better, and: it time Is j I I ONENIGHTONLYFRIDAY I
I ng officer also stated in the letter children-for taiSI "
ing possession of the
moderate price- b fib. :
4 that he was not right NOVEMBER
believed: here 2
that if the comI1lt-1 I ,
if you buy one of our "John I, sergeant had distressed mother I' sold everywiere Atlanta. for the race wheh ente'sd"especially I, ELMER S. WALTERS E'

-- I as he has, been winning from Castle Presents the Big New York an ..... -
White" suits, $10 to $35. ,1 Wood on otner occasions, or possibly I j Scenic i uc-p!;! : ;

PNS4COLAANDTI1 -- -- -- ---'-- it was over confidence on the part {

KNOWLES BROS. of The the driver.fast pacer has entered nine i i A, Millionaire

races this season: and has won each' I ,
PTEMBER HURRICANE Insurance. by stra-sat heats a performance seldom -

THE JOHN WHITE witnessed oa the track and it
STORE
FIRE. LIFE ACCIDENT. MARINE.
was net:: until Wednesday' that he was Trani.A :

General. Agents of defeated
Is Subject of a 'Pamphlet Issued W. C. .
; by Secretary After the races in Selma the animal I IN(
Specialists In Men's and Boys' Wear The EquitableLIFE together with Billie A. and Jim Musical Comedy-Dran-a Htil'i:
: I,
Jones, of the Chamber of Commerce Which is Crow, also owned by Captain Welles I GEORGE ELMORE CE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW will be to Pensacola and America's Funniest Tramp Corned
Phone 225 20 .207 S. PALAFOX brought and a Great Cast CoO
Being Mailed to Man YORK. stabled: for the winter, sad will also Special Car Load of Scenerv' ,ni tier
503: : South Palafox Street I be one of the big attractions at the i trical Effects. At
--- ,5 HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE
I Horse Sisw next Friday s-tA.
Under the ------ -- ---- .- ---- i ] TURES.
caption: "Just a Word tinent is there to be found scenery j t eSlT I
212-PHONES- a { A SHOW PLEASING TO THr
..................................................... About Pensacola, Fla., and the more pleasing to the artist ,aad the: East Hill Grocery Co. I Note the' Special low P. EYE" 15f'
; Storm." Secretary W. C. lover of the beauties of Nature, than I' I ,Engagement: 15c ::><-. 50cI ,
Jones of the surround Pensacola on side. THE E CHRl5TI J II. r BOWES, Manat.fr I f' heats on sale \\cdncsOa, ,r
Chamber of Commerce has preparedand every Increased business: makes two pf-oncs ;
!
i To Those Who Have Never mailed to every tourist who has ie.But best of all are Pensacola psopl : I, necessary and aictrer redelivery j .
wason
tin and sheet Ironworker I ONE. NIGHT ONLY I'
H AlfTian. .
visited copper
Pensacola in the past three Wherever civilized man holds sway has moved to 109 Best Go\*-r>- I

i I Used a Gas Range years the following folder: the open handed generosity.. the gen. PURCHASED E EMERRITT. BY roent street in the opera hoaae buiidirg.

: Numerous Inquiries have been, ad. mnely effervescent hospitality of the '- SATURDAY, NOV. 3.
sunny southland is a household proverb -
dressed to me and other residents of FORMER PASTOR
:
Many think the use of a gas range a vastly complicated affair, which : .
'. requires! much study to manage. Pensacola by persons that have visited
: Pensacola is ,of the southland
: Others do not uses It because they believe it to be more expensive this city in the past and who desire Southern; and all those :who enter her : WILL PREACH; Curtain Will FUse
: than using other fuel. to at 8 o'clock sharp. '0
'. come again but hesitate to do portals will be received as though I
The gas stove Is so simple that Its Ii II -
management as simple as striking : so in the face of the many sensational they were her own. II I
a match and turning a valve while the cost to operate is actually less to I
W. C. JONES Secretary,
the careful housewife, than the old coal and wood way.. 112 and $13 installs press reports representing The Chamber of Commerce' Pen REV. W. M. COX WILL OCCUPY OTISSICMetiER
t ranges ready toe use. :I Pensacola as having been completely
,o sacola. Big Schooner Bought by Local PALAFOX'METHODIST PULPIT
destroyed by the tropical hurricane of.. October 29th. 1906.

.. I I September 27. last. I I I While the foregoing circular\ was Firm From Capt. NEXT SUNDAY. so

I The Chamber of Commerce of Pen1 prepared primarily for circulation

Pensacola Gas Company : :I sacola desires that the truth uu among the persons, composing: the L Gus Axelsen.A I Rev. W. M Car who for four years 'i CHARLES FROHMAN PRESENT
.
mailing list of the ,Chamber of Commerce was the beloved pastor of Palafox In the
i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i varnished and unadorned be known it is the desire of its author i Street Methodist church will fill the'' FAMOUS PARISIAN SUCCESS C

+$...,..+....+..t..e ...e....+.++....< about that Providential occurrence that its circulation be as broad as possible I pulpit next Sunday both' morning and
The'hurricane therefore deal; which has been rsnd: ;5 t::T evening. '
was a terrific, several thousand "THE DUEL"Nights
; ..44.4............................................... but the acutal damage one copies have been printed and any some time has been closed, whereby ':i Not only will the Methodists of i|
occasioned by John. A, Jierntt & Co. come into i Pensacola but the entire citizensh: '
: it was resident of Pensacola desirous o' I' 230 in Paris.
'enormously overestimated t fcjntnvl:: Jbf Jine American schoonerBonna I i I .
; who the noble wok
remember
discrimating the .truth about the' accom- 100 Nights in New York.
through the
medium of !
'f THE I the press of hurricane of September 27 obtain Chrisina baring purchasedthe i pUshed by Mr. Cox be delighted to ;
BRUCE 'f: outside cities. may e
I t schooner from Captain Gus Axe! meet him again There will doubt- i
of I
It is true that great damage Inflicted as many copies same as he I.I -
was .I sen, who has owned and operated the less be large congregations at both'
::j' upon the shipping at anchor or she will agree circulate, by applying vessel for several )years plying prin, I services to listen to his eloquent Monday Evening, Nov. 5 1
!'In the harbor, ,and moored alongside j to SecretaryJones, of the c'pally cut of Pensacola. '
It words of counsel.
Chamber of Commerce j d
i t the docks; that considerable loss of The Donna Christina I is a vessel of

: !1SKATINQ R1NKti: I property' was occasioned on the immediate 165 net tons and was damaged to WILL TRY ENTIRE

: 'water front; that quite aj j I Identification_ Tags. some extent in the recent storm. I I

.:I number of persons were rendered is anticipated that several thousand :MUNICIPALITYBy COUfiTY
Washington Nov. 1.-Acting THE [ :
upon
homeless
temporarily
and destitute; (the dollars will be required to place the

: Is becoming a very popular resort.. It will be open :'I that the telephone telegraph electric recommendation O'R:ellv, the acting of Surgeon secretary General of- vessel in her former staunch and seaworthy Odessa,By Nov. 1.Governor Press. General :i

: with good music_ every night except. Saturday night. *: I and lighting other companies transportation street companies railway ,war has ordered that hereafter id entmcation 'When condition.this is done the schooner Kaulbars has been instructed by the ,
S | tags of aluminum the size senate to put the entire local municipality
: Commencing ::. were heavily damaged; and that there of, a silver half will be placed probably in the lumber
dollar stamped with on trial on the charge of having -
4 ;, was some loss of life;, yet beyond the the lame, trade The vessel is considered a CJIAIRMAN.g
} company regiment or established a committee of public
immediate water front there scarcely valuable one and with the exception
I : remains to-day evidence of'the ,corps of tie wearer, he suspended of the damage suffered during the safety daring the anti-Jewish attacks
I i I any j from the neck ,of
TO-DAY (THURSDAY) ,every officer and last year. The E'1I'tm be
fury of the I in
I. few storm save the absence j soldier underneath the clothing bya hurricane is good condition. to exclude the opposition members By Geo. Ad:. ,,a
jof a shade trees. Every electric
I.I wire within. and- : 'cord or thong. These badges will REMOVED' ROOM 302 BRENT of the municipality from voting for "The best show!: New Tori: '

There will be an afternoon session three' times a .: of the city. has every been one replaced leadingout i(be cost issued price free to officers.to enjisted' men and at BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK:, election of in many >'ears.-" .Jsew York T 'i:
i ,
street car traffic bQth urban and in. JR. REAL: ESTATE. LIST YOUR ::: nL. .1.1r Mr. Theadore Babcock s
week, namely: Monday, Thursday'and Saturday ,for i I term-ban was fully resumed within a PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. U

i ladies and children on1\ Positively boys. over theage .: week after'the storm; railroad schedules EDISON The Original 2>ew.York Cast' an ..' '. tlproduttlon
into and out of Pensacola : How's This? i as played over 3 II>0! n "
: of twelve will be admitted. : were GOLD MEDAL RECORDSNovember I at attacks Theatr
.. re-established and adhered to, within We often One Hundred Dollars Reward I

: General admission, lOc ;.use of skates, lOc extra. i iI. : three days in reality Pensacolawas j
A chance for all ladies and children the only Gulf port from which F. J. CHLSE\t CO. Toledo, OVe .
good to learn the
+: the Louisville and Nashville Railroad \ the undersigned, have known F. J. c
9336-Bohemian Festival (:Massenet),
(Cheney for the last la
I. mpst popular art of skating. Mrs. F. B. Bruce and : maintained an uninterrupted service i him perfectlr honorable rears In all and bu believe in.igtransactions -- :' Edison Concert Band *'(Fete Boheme). Florida and Alabama :
noith, from the and financially" able to Special l to The Journal. i From Masst'net's'uite ik-enes Pittorcsi -
commencement to
Miss Constance will be in carryout ', .
Day charge. i: the conclusion of the any obligation made by his flrnu Beulah. No\: 1.-Th- (-()()J weather n fj I :
storm period; 9387-The Moon Has His Eyes on You I II
the
W.\LnIXG. KIVNAN & JUAR\IN last week is making the I syrup! malt I LAND GOMPM
.. ,- every family or individual rendered- Wholesale: Druggists, To'edo.! 0; era wake up to the fact that they are, !| (Hubert \on Tlzer). Ada Jones. Iwscriptive '
, : destitute or homeless was immediatey Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally going to have all they can do for the j scrip orchaccom. I!'
4 9368: -The Bee that Gets the Honey' Manufacturers of .
acting directly upon the blood and mu- next few weeks. and they lave began
relieved by Pensacolions without a i cous surfaces of the system Testimonials to prepare for the rusn that is sure to : Doesn't Hang Arourd the Hive (Ht'ln. and Dealers In t
i FUIB.BRUCEC penny of assistance from the outSide : sent free Price 7 cents per bottle. come later on. Nine out of every ten Bob Roberts. Coon song sung by .Lew t SHINGLES -
: : and instead of hundreds of human :Sold by all drug//{ ots. want thc4r,cane made up first., which ,4* :,, Dockstader orch. accom. 1, LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS.
Take Halls Family Pills for constipapatlon a 'trait of human nature with the hog i 9389-Medley of Reels (Original), John i AND KILN DRIED SAP.
lives been *
having sacrified to the
clement predominating;: I Klmmble A<'('Ordlon solo piano accom I
......H .... ."'..6 .....: fury of :wind and wave only THIRTYwere The assistant teacner Hiss florenr'Thatcher. 9390-Face to Face (Herbert Johnson),\ _::3
lost, and this' number includesall -- ---- ----- ---- -- Went home Friday evening{ tor Harry. Anthony sacred song orth ac-
-- a short! visit returning to her school here con
deaths within a radius of. fifteen S391-Songs of Rag Time Boy (\onj'
Monday morning ENTIRELY
i ::s. '- 1J miles of Pensacola. Born to J. A. Hurst and wife. October Tilzer). Collins_ t Harlan. Coon son?,
Pciisacola's strength of resistanceand COfFEE :J6! a son This scion: of the Hurst family orch accom.
9392-The Next Horse I Ride On i
weighed 15'j pounds at birth, which (Murray -
powers of recuperation have been goes to show that this is a progressive & Everard). Helen Trix. Vt'sta,1 ictoria 1
JUSTAFEWMOREI proven beyond: cavil and Instead of a!. people, and that Beulah is able to take' 's vaudeville comic eons bit, orch SATISFACTORY:
I devastated city, desolate and destitute the lead in any direction 'I I atfom. .t'
Wears the Pioneer Mrs James fr-nordtn spent Sunday at I 9393-Blue RIbbon March (Ecke). Edison
she
: she is greater now than
Military Band. Conducted by the
Quintette the- guest of his mother, Airs. ; p
ever was before. I Elizabeth Scott Barrrean and brothers, I Composer. ,
Coffee Roasters of
DAYS of the GREATREBUILDI I Before the gale had fully spent its I iienrj' and Charles BarrlneaaJlr 9394! Won't You Come Over to My: is the verdict pronounced' hyall
House Irving Gillette (Williams & Van !II
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West Florida. George Davis transacted bu!! force-hours ere the 'tide had receded in the city yesterday and brought out'! I Alstyne), New Descriptive song ''bv the : ; who have been pun (; :,-
p within its normal confines, plans' some socialist literature which lie dis- : writers of "In the Shade of the Old Apr :l<
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were laid and being executed to rebuild -'! tributed among his friends. f Trw orch. accord I I ingat

: ruins wherever found and chaos from Mr.the Henry incident Davis in has which so far he had recovered a lesr'i I! Ann 9395-Are Billy You Murray Going(Von Out Tilzer to-night.) An Mary 1-fc.h I {t! 212 South Palafox St.

NG p and confusion were never permitted: ?McHUGH'S! B1END broken last summer! that he has take grenade, orch arcom
sway; in fact, no permanent interruption the Job of night watchman at the Echo. j9s! -Draw Me Nearer (Doane), An- \ You don't need to be 1.td
Lumber Cos millsJ ; thony & Harrison. Sacred duet, orch j'
;: was occasioned to any of Peu-; C. Hurst was fortunate in a late | &CTOIT1. who does the business tlu'e,
: sacolas financial commercial or Industrial -, hunt. when he killed the largest wild cat 9297-Happy Lena Polka (Heidelberg).
have A trial
: enterprises; nor was a single no equal. er killed in this neighborhood. Albert Benzler Xylophone solo. orcft. but what he does it with.

case of financial embarrassment en I will convince: the connoisseur The th$ -milt"Fcho Lumber JTf'(>k. &Conpanv m:!e above locatedon Klondike I accom 9398 Not Because Your Hair I is Curly J This tells you- .
.SALE'! tailed to any of these institutions, by I is reported to be doing a goodbUt'lnus. (Adams) Harry McOonough. Sentimental
the hurricane. that we forg orch. accom SOLE AGENT FOR
;', : Mr. Ely Grimes has moved to Lnce- 9399-Rube and the Country Doctor "Carson Meyer"Suit from $12.50 to $11 5)"Krox"
: Every hotel, boarding house .and I make' no extravagantclaims. dale. :Miss.. which will be Ms future home. ; (Original!) Harlan & Stanley. Rube sketch Hats soft and *t::ST. $3 and $3
t ; restaurant in operation here a year \\-e are sorry to lo'e tins estimable family i introducing* the oM time snag "Sallyi. "Eagle Shirts," fancy and white, $' to
but. c.f he has secured" a lucrative i. Come Up and Incidental effects. $2.50.
aso is in operation cow; In fact, Pen po
2 l tints there he felt that h- ought to go. I. 9400-Lover and the Bird (Guclitr'to). King Quality" Shoes, all *tyie $3 to
Just a few more 'day s- of the greatest of all sacolas tourist accommodations of.i,t The railroad company Is' bulMUig! a Florence Hlnkle fcoprano !SOng with bird ..
opportunities past seasons have been considerably station house at Klondike.Jlr :, imitations by Jx Belmont. orch. accom. Dr. Jaeger's" Underwear from $32* to
to buy fall and winter clothes at the ; added to since last winter. (..Wholesale arid RetsilIGROCERS A. J. Busby 1.as returned from 9401,- rau Louisa! (Pr>'or) A cotiedynraitz ,! 13
Edison Concert
i Brer-ton where he was the of his : BanC
beginning the season at such deeply 'cut 4 A delightfully salubrious and qua- si" and other relativesA guest i. 9 {) -Sons of the Nations (Belmont). Also a full line of Stetson

ble climate tempered just right If: > J. Garret and wife were tl"1" Edward Meeker. Descriptive song tntro- all latest
and Xo-Xame Hats
prices. In:rder to clear out all stock that. was :: the balmy atmosphere of the semi guests of .\rth Jr Spare and family 8evi ,I ducin "Watch am Rhem "Wearing of ,
i eal dars.There: I the GrE'e1and .Red. White,and Blue'whistled *
damaged by the fearful storm, all undamaged ; tropics-an. atmosphere laden with a a |I will be quarterly rocefng1! at the ; by Joe Belmont. on'h accom styles.
invigorating:, life-giving zone to I I M. E. church in Beulan. beginning on 9403-Cheer Up Mary (Kendis &: Paley). Flon & Snow Shoes
Feed heim
stock. was also reduced! and-the sale l has been 2 soothe the nerves and satisfy the and all kinds of Thursday evening .at'1:311. to continue I I I Byron G- Harlan. Descriptive song, ore*). > _
i over burtlay, Dinner will b* served on Taceorn. least, !h-
and last but not
f. a big success. ; the senses of the resident and the I Stuffs.IPluto the grounds at the church Sunday and I{II 9404-Jingle*. Jokes and Rhymes (Burt) I ,
traveler-an atmosphere fragrant all are Invited to be present at as many j Edward M. Favor. Comic Song, orch. swellest line of Children s.
[ 2 with the aroma.of the magnolia and of the meeting as possible. Presiding, i aceom.I .
Elder: Harr-mit will be here to conduct I 9405-Golden Crown Overture (Herman) f Youths' Clothm
i. $ Suits for .$ 8.50 $ 350 .. g the- jessamine perfumed by the hyacinth Boys' and
Stetson .. Edison
Hats $ 2.95 the icectmss Let all turn out and make I Symphony Orch.
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i $1200: Suits for :::::::: ::::$1020: 3.OO'Arton'a Special ::::::$2.55 and the rose. is Pensacola'sheritage WaterWholesale this one of the best meetings on the circuit f S43; -Everybody Have a Good O:;d i shown in Pensacola ;.
,; ii; $15.00 Suits for ..............$12.75 $ 200 Hats. Extra good .....S 1.70 ,; Nature : : Time (Rogers) Arthur Collins. Coon ever
: $20.00 Suits for ..............$17.00 $ 1.50 Cluett Shirts ..........$ 1.25 .. from ; drinking i sc-ne. orch. accom. that satisfa-rnn'
i $ 200 Shoes for $ 170 $ 1.00 Monarch Shirts I ....... 85 water as pure as the dews .of. night.'i :I 9407-Jim Jackson's Last Farewell Ada I prices are
$ 250: Shoes for :::::::::::::$ 2:12 $ 1.00 Union mad Overal's! 85 2 as limpid and sweet as ever gushed, UTE INDIANS ARE :. Jones &. Len Spencer (Original). With all.

,- $3.00 Shoes for ..............$ 2.55 $ ..50 Shirts for ............. .42 from mountain side to rlpplein brook and RetaiL SPLIT IN: TWO BANDSBy : ,, Orchestra incidental effect' and fntrwlucng I to '
the coon songa yt 'said My Last A trial. andou'll come
2 lets to the sea is another of Na'ure'aheritages : I Farewell" (Fisher *

E to Pensacola churches ,of 9408-Since Nellie Went
: : Associated Press Away (Taylor) again. ,
all denominations lodges of all the I New Orleans Grocery CoJas.McHugh SheridanVyo... l ov. 1.-The Ute, Edison Male Quartette.* Mate quartette; ,'I
unaccoiapariwL 1I 1
c ?; fraternal orders and schools both;i are evidently st>ht Into two bands[: I 9409-Waiting at the Church Medley! COLMiN
CASH J0S.
H 0 AMVAM CLOTHIER private and public as good as maybe Telephone reports say.,that one band! Edison Military Band. (Original) Intro-
found In the land, are here. Is on Bear Creek, twenty miles southeast .ducingVaiUnj at the Church nje-
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I1LJUfl CORNER PALAFOX AND i{where. 'The Stare, the Stripes and > ENTIRE, FURNISHER! TO
MAIN
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.. Sports of every variety hunting of. Birney Montana and 11 I and Bill Slmi on*" MAN AND BOY

:; fishing! boatinsr-mav encaged: _in l oth r.is camped along [gWoman"t'reek .1 SIREd
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212 PALAFOX
J ,. "S- U:,every day and nowhere on this con i ir' Phone 1O5. Proprietor In Powder Valley. The Cutter7Music House. PHCNC 1Zl.T .

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