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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 3, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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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).
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JcFUNJAK FAIR SCORED BIG BQARifliID'J NOl r RESTORE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE \\\ .' i .




HIT INPJDIYLJ3RS'CONTEST :r.. MR.D' tEMI SERTE'S NAME TO MAKNDORSMEN\.f \ ,.' ''i .


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>cminent: Floridians Present BRYAN'S LETTER TO/ Alderman's Attorney Withdrew -: I COMMANDER' PERRY Will -Recommend DemocraT '



to Witness Successof HEARSTFORCES CRETESxRENEWEDENTITIJJSIASM! : : Request Before Any i MAKES <4 UR TIlES T NOR TN" to Be Voted for in Gen- f .


Chautauqua City'sEnterprise. Action Was Taken. eral Election Next ,,' .

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_, ATho: ." ,'. ': Name of Chas.; M.' ,Coston; : Did Not Reach the Pole, But He Reached Latitude 87 :\ '

Croker's-Interyiew'And Roo t's'Speech ; .Continue ,

o-Day Will Close the Big '.- : ." ." 1., of to Deceased, Was Stricken Degrees 6 Minutes, or Nearly One Degree Voters Will Have to Write : I

Be_ .Features, of Widespr ead Discussion?n :in..New !;

Event and Prize AwardsBe : <. .. ,' .' From Ballot Higher Than All Others.The Name on Ballot When
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York Campaign. r '
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Made Public. Voting.
C. J By Associated Press. nearer the pole than the Duke of '.
ELECTION
By AssociatedPrcsf l ,- Hearst gave .attention.. to the votersof I BALLOTS WILL HAVE New York Nov. .2.-HI- L. Bridge- Abruzziz expedition, which held'the I

New York'NOT-, ;! .The echoes .oryesterday's I Kings and Queens 'counties, both TO BE RE-PaiNTEOAND; WORK man .secretaryof the Peary Arctic arctic record of 86 degrees. 34 min-
;:-l. T. A. JENNINGS OF PENSA- developments in the political making whirlwind,.'dashes. from place 4 : :Club, tonight received advices from uates. COMMITTEE WILL MEET TONIGHT ,

situation, are.heard on every to., place to cany/out-the: long program WILL BE DONE IN TIME-SEVERAL 1 Commander Peary showing that the In his message Commander Perry IN RESPONSE TO CALL BY
C:>LA WON BOTH FIRST AND side "to-day in the comments. of political ,mapped"out jfopthem.: \ : explorer failed to reach' the north says he was beyond the eighty-fifth

SECOND PRIZES AS BEST LOOKING leaders' on. the. Richard* Croker f Henry B. Martla/'sec'retary of the NAMES'RESTORED TO1 pole, but had made the furthest record I degree six days. A gale disrupted CHAIRMAN REILLY AND A FUUJ:
interview- and the speech 'x>f Secretary -American Anti.T'rnsthLeague, to-night REGISTRATION LIST. north, eighty-seven degrees, six min i the ice. destroyed the caches, and cutoff
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BEST NATURED AND BIG- Root at Utica last.,nIght. Fresh gave out a stai nien(..'declarlng that I. : I communication. He reached ATTENANDCE IS GREATLY DE-

interest .was also aroused by the the a 1u-truStI; 'H n'.were using every utes.The United States now holds the I eighty-seven degrees, six minutes SIRED. .
CEST MAN ON THE GROUND- publication i of a. letter fromViliiain: ice drifting east:
north latitude
effort to "rid ,thpartj'of the Hearst- The ]record of "furthest north The intrepid over
board
J. Bryan td. Bird S. Colef' in which of county commission! failed the ward. The homeward voyage-was an -
CONGRESSMAN LAMAR MAKES Murphy. crew.? : -. .:. ers .met in 1 arctic explorer to reach!
the wriler -: vexpressed- the 'hope .that .The) leaders.p '-bot.h* parties made night the adjourned meetIng last J north pole :ag confidently hoped to incessant battle with ice storms and I the
A special meeting of
all democrats would 'Hearst purpose being to arrange deathsor County

#.CDRE5S.5t support renewed professions".of do with his especially constructed head winds. There were no
absolute con- for
for governor, .. the general election of Tuesdayand illness. Democratic Executive Committee has
fldence. in the' outcome'bf""Tuesday's' to further consider' applications vessel:Roosevelt, but he 'penetrated I I been called for to-night at 7:30 o'clock

To-nighti. Mr: Hughes- ..and. Mr.: :I balloting. '- .. : for the"restoration or names to the by Chairman Frank Redly, the purpose -

l' f'llI.dSprings! :! Ecn. H. Tho-nas., Nov. :.-The ... . I Ii registration read from list.the following Applications and were their I Toted being'for at the endorse general some election one to next be .

'f' aided contest of fiddlers at names restored NI CHlNISTS' for the of
; TO REPU8UC Tuesday position representative
la:: ,t'oast Faii and Agricultural W 5H1N'GTON i FBESBHBIH E 5 f Wl' O.. H. Shepard precinct No. 13; to the Florida legislature, one b
.'(.t ju> 'In was pulled off here: this]i .: i Geo. W. Turton, Sr. and Geo- W.' Tur- of the nominees of the party having '
iiaKi, ana attracted the largest' ton Jr., precinct 15; L.' M, Davis and I expired yesterday morning.
ru..uj: v any event during fair week C. 'B.-- Bobe, precinct 12. As'soon as Mr .Reilly became awareof

I'-a'B8:: the debate between Govern- Quite a number of citizens were PARTY W[ VERETURNS. I STRIKE the: death of 'one of the nominees '

B.t>1IP.rd! anJ Han. Ciias. DoughertyKI libJAPANESETheir $ "J MAf ST Tlll present when the 'board convened, END5j of the' party. leaving only one to be

;- the Everglades drainage que3- with Chairman Avery"presiding, and voted for at the coming election, he
i! The contest was held in the Commissioners Sennott Andrews I held a consulation with other'memo -

i"-. ;4ete of the Ohautauqua associa- Wiggins and Stewart present' })ers.and attorneys and issued a call

n sad the building was well filled .' ... The Case. for a .meeting to nominate some person
I D'Alemberte Southern
Railway
Employees
the contestants lined' to be voted for.
ten eight ,
;: the preparatory round. Exclusion' From San AGREE : The commissioners then began the The attorneys state that It Is perfectly

H to the rules all played. Accord-I consideration of tie application of Agree to Arbitratend legal for the committee to take

:t.- which four were dropp Francisco Schools; Now Alderman A. H. D'Alemberte, whose this step, and the county commission
:maning contestants were dropped 1 'name had been stricken! from the list Return to Work. ers as soon as they learned of the '

.i<- ii; a time until only two remained' Assumes National of voters of precinct No.; 12, andiJh Says Reform Organization action ordered all of the ballots,

!ho contested for the first and second Both Synods Adjourn With- was considered at the last which had been printed., containing ,

-izes $20 and J10 respectively. The Importance.By meeting.Judge Blount Promises to Be Worse By Associated P....... the name of C. M. Ooston, as one of .
.. stated '
eele, u-ao had all the.rt'6t "skinned" -- that he bad but little "' System of 'Bossism the machinists on the Southern Rail' leaving off the name of Mr. Coston,
b"n i it came to fiddling. Prof I. ;' further to say, as he had made quitean way inaugurated recently for an Increase so that there will be no confusion. j t
Alien was the first to play in the Associated Press": Union Question extended appeal 'at the last' meet in wages was settled to-day. No Name on Ticket

fl'minary: round but did not have San, Francisco, .NOT., ,%.-The government ing. r Yet The strike was declared, off and the While the Executive Committeecan 1 I
l'ODe to "banjo" for him and prob-- at Washington. .has, taken' "I feel very nn ci3n"this case ,as men return to work Monday .without! ,nominate some one to be voted

lv as much for this reason as any steps to aid the'Japanese of;this city' By AssocIated'Presl.. your honored chairman, said JudgeBlount prr 'Jdlce.on account of the strike, the : for In the place of Mr. Ctoston. the
.ai-r he was among: those dropped II' Birmingham, Ala., Nov; %.-The "That is. that you are serving By Anocl.ted'Press.. men who remained with.the company name of'the person so nominated will
in their: fight to. secure admission to out one dish to some citizens and Philadelphia, Nov.. 2. -Mayor Weaver the ballots. This
'er the first round. He consoled I Alabama synod of the Presbyterian to continue at work. not be printed upon
itself with tie thought however t the public scfiools' of San Francisco.I church In the United States ended its another to some others, .or making to-day announced his return to the, Those employed since the.strike could not be done<< under the law, \)
Attorney General Moody: has instructed -I fish of cne and flesh of another." Republican fold and he will vote for ballots were printed .
'at it "took two men to a fiddle" to session at East Lake to-day without will be retired from the'shops but even.thoughih I
at him.. Tae others all. had sec't United States District Attorney taking any action concerning the The. Minutes Adopted. Edwin S. Stewart the Republican without prejudice as to their continued after the' endorsement was made .

ntJs. However, he greatly pleased:! Devlin to l.the-'attorneys": ; "representing ; -members dissenting from the'plan,of :'The minntes of the $ tebus'special candidate:tor,governor-" __ 'employment by ':the,company. inother'placet but just below the names of the three -..
the in the Sincehis 'renu iatjm 'of theRe- W the ballot, the-one Democrat .ud.-.ii: "'-- ".. .
Japanese community In ;
ie audience by rendering "Dixi! in. ; union' between 'the CumberIa'nd" meetings were then -read and ap: future'employment. "
re different keys after the 'prizes injunction 'proceedings"brought to the Presbyterian churches. The proved. This was done for the reason publican organization and leaders the shops if needed. 4wo Socialists, win be'two J blank' ,
ad been awarded. compel the board of education to allow resolution passed by the Cumberland thai, the county attorney advised that eighteen months ago :Mayor Weaver The wages 'offered the -m lOf1lnlstsprior lines, and every voter I* entitled to. \

Farm Product !Japanese children: enter. ,a.ny. pul> synod demanding the books and inasmuch as the minutes in which the has been actively Interested in'' the to the strike apply and the com write the name of his choice in this i :
Prizes. lie:school of the .city, :Secretary Met records has not b presented and case of Alderman IXAlemberte was local reform organization,known as- pany's proposition to arbitrate the difference blank space which will make the ,

Loring Brown manager of the Bel- call had a conference. to-day with the the belief is expresesd that those recorded had not been approved, it the City Party. He t--daj repudiatesthat between that scale and the election as legal as though the name )

ont farm at Smyrna. Ga. who is Japanese", consul..the:district.attorney, opposed to the union have fiRally decided would be best, to do:so at the present party and ,declares' that under demand of the union is accepted .The had been printed. It Is the desireto i
.nrefE'd: .to be one of tie best judges and .others but. the (result; ;?was not to agree to the wishes of the time and not follow out the usual the so-called reformers the city is in adjustment took place at the New make an endorsement and have
f five stock and agricultural exliib- made public. ? majority. The Cumberland synod custom of approving at the regular danger of a worse system of bossism York conference. the Democrats vote for one man and
in the south, made the awards I adjourned yesterday. meeting. especially as counsel'for Mr. I than ever:existed here before. not for any.two or three as might be 1

pon a number of entries and, dur- I WAlemberte had remarked that it the case under other circumstances.
- - - much -
*g his examination of the With. this' end In view as publicity I
corn re- was questioned whether the board asa
arked that it was the best exhibit: bad struck off the name of as possible will be given the

f com he had seen, during the cur- THERED5KIN5I WilD FLY WHEEL jDvAlemberte body: ; or that it had' been THE5CHOUNE5TOWElL: C ER MANY CAllER name of the person endorsed to-night by the '

':m! year. The value of this praise don by some unauthorized 'person. Executive Committee .
Candidates.
"ill Two Socialist
be better understood
when it is Attorney Reese's,Opinion.' ''I
twoSoda1fst
tared iflse( that a number Mr. Brown of has been the I I ,The opinion of County Attorney candidates The names appear of upon the the ballots already -
; at fairs
through- ACREE
v Georgia. Alabama and other Will Reese was then read giving his opinion iT C COSTON printed, and If the Executive

ta eg and his statement ''upon any STAMPEDES in the case of Mr. D'Alemberte. IS ;. Committee should not take the steps
srlcnltural! subject is considered theaw ; in which he stated that the name of proposed one of these would probably
MK: D'Alemberte should! not be restored be elected as the Democrats could

as residence in the.precinct not have centered-on-any one man insufficient
(o35er:
who
brothers. operate ex. Conference Be- absolutely necessary to obtain his numbers.- and would prob--
With
41 HOMEThe
rnrough farm '
near Shipley, carried }
the registration books of '
l' the first prizes for Cassava, tur- fORCE name upon LOST ably have been voting for half a doz
that precinct, and where a party different for the
Ps. rye and lard as well as for Berk- lieved- to Have.Resulted : to another precinct he shouldbe en'or more persons
moves Mr. Dickson.
other' representative.
-Jlre hogs in the stock exhibit. They \
1 given a transfer to the precinct t one of the nominees of the Socialists -
-'Cured:iz1 six their first and two, second Amicable. Under-' to which he has removed. He cited Community Shocked by lives near :Millview! while Mr.
Berkshires total
on the *
the 'election laws, giving the dutiesof Vessel Which Sailed From Deason, the other conducts a meat
hi Ran' Away Killing
of Engine
which l is $80. Their exhibit "the' of registration and i
standing. supervisor street'WihIle
Intendencia
market
on
it here the'Death of the Prominent'Young'Man. -
go from to the State FairTampa '
commissionersin :
board of
the- county short notice has been
: where it will] be entered in Two People-and Terror this connection. He held that the Here .Before ,Hurricane, given it only Is expected a that there will
nnpetiikm fo. rthe prize to be award- .
fact of removal alone should committeemen
physical attendance of -
.J 1 'ie best individual! : exhibit as well By Associated P/ess.: izing Many Others. considered.. Is Given Up. be a to-night good when the meeting con-
for Sheridan Wyo.:, Nor2.The Ute
prizes offered for ,different ar- "
"In addition! to this, said Mr. venes. Only seven member, however
.
CiSRpressntative! Indians, almost'.foUrthU dr d strong, Reese, "1 have in my possession facts There were many callers at the! are necessary for a quorum and to

Lamar's Address. and with eleven hundred ponies? are Dy Associated Press. which.! think should be placed in possession big schooner Asa T. Stowell home of J. L. PInney on West Gregory -, transact busIness. but it is the desire

Kinv.. B. Lamar who still camped 01\0' Powder River, in Nashville,. Tenn;. Nov. '2.-An engine of this board and these are which sailed from Pensacola a few street yesterday, :where the remains that all those in the country be present 1
i't: 'he fiddler's was present! Montana.* thirty-five miles 'northeastof .in the factory' of the Standard that Mr. D'Alemberte has attemptedto days before the.:hurricane of Sept. 26, of Chas. M. Coston were rest so as to give out the name, upon
"
'?' :I o contest was called Moorhead.. A messengerarriving: Candy Comp y..of .this city, ran buy.a home in other precincts, and i is probably lost. The vessel was ing. The many friends of the young their return of the Domecratic nom
> !Secretary, Storrs of the Fall"hS.lCilton at ,tArvada .to-night. from the conference away to-night! and the big, fly wheel witnesses are here to prove this.I bound for Havana with a cargo of man, whose death caused universal .

!Rating that .and responded briefly, between the .military and the flew to pieces. .A :Syins-sooke! brained 'Thsy are Dr. Marsh, W. R. Johnsonand 'lumber but has never reached that regret, expressed their sympathy for inee.A case similar to the present ont
it his
:!\ was intention to Utes reports the'conference still in lUmp Crockett a negro .fireman, i H. 'O.: Ansori." I port and it is believed that she was; the family in its bereavement.. 'I occurred In 1896. when Judge McMil

\\.a. ,:*-preral i cQunty samples of .the sell of session, when, hetleff, 'but.indicationswere and:struck DeWitt Dort h,. a negro Chairman Avery said that -be only in the path pf the hurricane and went Mr. Costou's.., long illness ,had prepared lan, the Democratic nominee for tin
'\ 'ngton for taken and sent to that the Indians would agree.> watchman catting.his .throat and i:wished auto be treated alike.: Other l down with all hands. The following all for the news almost at.any legislature. expired before the general
analysis for the pur- It is understood the military'offered hisneck.. had been restored and ie requested where election. The County Executive Committee -
1 1', .>f ascertacin? if breaking -Twenty-five' girl?I names !)bsecial from I'rovidencei R. L, moment of his death. but it was
o 'aed successfully r! in tobacco could to take the, Utes '',tome- issue employed in the factory were pacic! 'at the last! meeting that the :the vessel is owned relates to the ,nevertheless a shock. especially to met and placed the name of

HI'( *a> the profits of tobacco the county. I I rations during the winter, and stricken and with .difflcplty.: were- prevented naine of D'Alemberte be restored. [owners"giving up hope for her safety: 'the mother. Since his return from M. O. Baggett on the ticket, and he

t..,. immense that he raising i promised to take up the matter of allowing from jumping Rum the second Asked That Proceedings Stop. i '"The owners'of the schooner Asa I:Virginia where he remained for was elected to the office.
and
saw no it Mr.DAleiaberte'.3 .
It'aon;; why the. weed could not be I i iJtl'al"d : them-'another,, abiding. place story windows; One man in an effort Judge Blount said that that there was be no i Stowell in this: city, announced today '!many months for the benefit Of his
here. There to restrain them' was knocked down\ wish i that all hope of the vessel's 'health, he had grown constantly FIVE INDICTED
successfully
the .
from '
tas sr.'ai Interest in his remarks and and trampleujion.- :Tne financial further discussion as commissionersit reImarl !'safety had been given' up. She sailed weaker. Thursday, however, he FOR PEONAGE I

ff. ('mrpnszg of opinIon is that an ASKS PROTECTION. loss'is small. .v I I dropped by the majority opposed i from Pensacola Fhu with a cargoof seemed much weaker than on any

Ia:: :jsis-: of seemed that a lumber Sept, 23, and her destination previous day, and as the daypassedInto Associated Press.
the soil will} be of great ,FRQMST II restoration
hOlt'fi 'o the county. : 1 of discussion oraction. was !lava Cuba. Nothing has night it was seen that 'he' was Atlanta. Nov. %.-Five Indictment
need
By- Associated,Prssj.'.. CHARGE'FLORIDA was no further I been heard from' the 'craft since that'rapidly sinking. Shortly before 1 for peonage against! well known man
Jennings .
Took the Prize. morning he. returned by the Federal
date. o'clock yesterday was ufacturers
John were
W. McIntyre
Hon T New York, f\ov. i:- board, however, did not care
A. Jennings, of Pensacola, 'The attacked with a severe hemmorrhage grand jury here to-day as a resultof
WlIs .1' -t ifndance at the fair! to-day : attorney for the New York M4N WITH MURDER to, drop the matter and there was CRAPSEY WAS CONVICTED from the lungs. the first during his the special investigation by Assist.
thatthe from DR.
a-ia *.as rhe Transportation" Co., said to-day some discussion as to hearing I I
: recipient of particular ; : I illness and within a few moments he ant Attorney General Charles Russell
would ask Governor Higgins 'but Judge TEACHINGS.
company t present HERETICAL
witnesses OF
Llenr'on Just before the noon hour the nad passed away. j I;:of the department of Justice at Waih-
Je for the .state militia- to protectits against such action.both
.Yurn::! Blount protested F. B.
rpPresenative. behalf :Miss Ella Coston. who is In Nor-, ington. These indicted are
'a chauffeurs. 'the police! on account and as a citizen. New York.Kne
thp as
Fair J. W"'HO OF..BR.ON30N, IS his attorney H. I
Association stepped up to TOti. as be review eccleslas-I foJid) other relatives, have been Cole, F. Jean ReInhold, and *
matter of
*r. of politics are acting In sym- that the tical court
and' requested
Jfonings against
who the center of two bills
until There were
they heardfrom
was notIfied: and are Zeigler.
'A RESTED AND CHARGED!: waS done. its'hearing of the appeal
with' the strlkers. : which
pathy '
V-v:: of frIends and Presented him dropped proceeded to discuss clslon of the court which convictedDr. and it is definitely known when the two last named. All are Indicted
lien
7: a blue and a red ribbon. Izidittsg ,*; WITH KILLSNG: WIFE.. The board taking up the report Algernoon S. Crapsey, rector of they will reach the city; th, hour .ot from Newnan Ga.
: first and second premiums at, other matters, funeral cannot be The Investigation was instituted
the announced.It (
or
Episcopal church,
1 fie:! TWO INDICTMENTS : I Commissioner Wiggins on'sop* St. Andrews I
same rime saying: : of teachings. is the-desire of Mrs. Coston to by a number of German Immigrant
election .of heritlcal I
B onson NQV. %-J. W:. Horton,: and then the' Rochester.
work south by
Jennings, prizes or ribbons bridge have the remains of the deceased who were Induced to come
FOR DEBATING held to-day and an Interred
:
sessions were
hU3band of Mrs-; Trucilla who Two I
!iE' been Horton, : bureau of
'Work. I Immigration
J .
; offered by. the fair asso-; to taken to November 16. beside those of his .Jather ewuthern .
stated
:Jso brutally and myterio Reese adjournment
: .t: was sly Attorney of employ
Ca for Coanty promise
\ nearly everything that can decision will Capt. H. H. Coston, at the'' National New York under
By Asiccfafed jjeis.New owing to the death of when It is expected, a
murdered lastSaturday in
afternoon that at New-
beard
'tousht: factory
: of excepting the humanS York Nov. Holt in the cemetery. and permission has been ment in a furniture
'J 2.Judge' nomineefor announced.had
; democratic
her' tome l Tannin, arrested be
: near was Costcn
and, it Chas. M. I.
being their desire to rec- % requested from the but I nan
government,
'r-ls :the United States court to-day. signed and.brought to Bronson by. Sheriff entati.ve. It had become
important I have repre
delegated to offer omission' you, 'on their an Sugar. order Refining summoning! Company..H.he.' -and American the Walker. It is .said .that, a ;;party; : had necessaiT- have had the ballots removed reprint-. the the authority, and. the board bad I so the far officials.nothing has been- heard from PULLMAN CAR CO.

I4r the first and second prizes as been rfound who saw Horton fire. the ed. and'that he him to arrange the INDICTED
.' empowered IS
ticket, also
fi;oe H New Central Railroad Company to appear Coston from the .
the
: g est fat;l shot, then leave house, of Mr. that it.car
: : man. the best looking man I name ballots, and he presumed
next Wednesday!and stand trialon much confusion M. HIGH ATLANTA
:1 tIe most the' mount a stump nearby to see If he it would create to strike off J. ,
good natured man on { as' with it .the,authority I
.
two indictments; charging rebating -. ried Greensburg.P3, NOT. 2.-Sixteen
]'
there.
the next hadr.becn: seen, lIen returning to the to remain iircumatances.
-
possibly
: "LSn governPBf r' ''' : did name un et such MERCHANT DIESBy
remove a made
authority you were to-daf
Informations
ncrlUa." I .. house began toscreamfortaid.Why "By .whose Arranging Ballot Boxes.
Mr. Coston, and is Car Company
Pullman
Palace
., !* good natured Jennings Horton".sfiould' shoot his wits the name of the board The board then took jnp the workof Associated Pie,.. against the
lite schoolgirl when blush.'I'I Bishop Galloway Better.' is a mystery still it' has ".been rumoredt tbe-coanty attorney above" the arranging the ballot boxes ballot, Atlanta. Nov. %.-; XL High, a charging it with serving and
has
a tJ3sng'! .//tame and for a moment I, Jackson, :Miss., Nov" '2. The' condition ? that'she'garried. life insurance. asked Chairman AverY to drop and that name stationery etc.. to be seat out.to the prominent merchant, died this afternoon selling milk and with cream on dining cars The
'b formaldehyde.
enable! to say a word., As a! of\Bishop>> ,Galtoway continuesto Horton is confined in the .COn=lt)' board the authority" various polling'place for the general after an illness of-: 'several adulterated
.. list! ,hearing was set for next Thursday,
however he regained I show'Jmproy, ment--an tief family jail here awaiting'a preliminary hear from the said that the board 1 election of 'uesday-: weeks. ,' .,_
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I :v. Ii. ,go 1) :-: s... :.< .".r't .' BEARD G IN' DYSENTERY :CURED AT 88 -=
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1. hL :.: : .: :. < .: > j. \ V -.. PIr. Silas Bunion, who cele.

;; 1 REPlIES( TO V brated 'flis 88th birthday on "

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April 9th, ,last, and who
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,4 THE ,CHILDREN ENJOY y S .
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c"" Ga.YERNOflGives spected and best known
: ':il.: Life out of doors and out oi the,games which they play and the enjoyment .J ..; mer.

: : .. which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the greater part of that chants for the past 60 years ij

: /: healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When 'f' 'MUlbury, Mass., thanks Duffy's

r// laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and /j Reasons For Opposing

I ii strengthen the internal organs on which. acts, should be such as physicians would .,.. )4; Pure, IIaltwhlskeY for ]his

I 1/ sanction, because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy ;' Drainage Amendment { youth and ,vigor.

ill itself free from every objectionable quality The one remedy which physicians and r-f.r: .,.\ ? ',;tt .s I In
: A friend of Mr. Dunton's
tu parents,well-informed, appnrs and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, ,\y/;" Next Tuesday. -! t- says

\ because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup f'\\Q. he looks so well that he is easily

of'Figs-and for the same reason it is the only.Juative which should be used by \ f:7: ARGUMENT WHICH HE HAS PRE t good for twenty years more.
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r; : Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally : IOUSLY MDE IN SPEECHES 15 I Mr.: Dunton visits his store

'- !3without griping irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the ... """' almost
system effectually, ; # PRESENTED IN NEW FORM BY : every day. Last summer -

Jat4: without producing that constipated habit which results from the use of the old- \ to I.:{ MR. BEARD. i: he had a severe attack

> 'b time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should be so .A .;.\,. r of
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'e-% carefully guarded. If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood, \".<.J:' ) /( S- dysenterywhichwascoinpieycured ccm

strong, healthy and happy,' do not give;them medicines, when medicines are not 'jj) : .4: t Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 2, 1905. : by ,Duffy's Pure Halt

'-;_- : needed, and when n.ature..a s assistance: in the way: of a laxative, give, them only ..-' VZ Editor Pensacola Journal: : Whiskey. -
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prthe simple: pleasant and gentle-:Syrup': of. Figs. / '. I
Journal of,tiie.1st. lust, Gov. Browara -I' ,
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"ZjZff-Zs Its quality is due not.only;to the excellence of the combination of the laxative ; j is repcrted'a, saying "Mr. Beard andother S- ) v '1 am using Duffy's Pure Malt UUW, gnfi:,

.., principles of.'plants -wit& pleasant: aromatic .syrups :and juices, .but.also to our 1,: 01{ S speakers who are opposed to e 'S and think it very valuable as a medicine. 're I.a.i

original*method of :manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do' ; tie adoption of the constku.ioaal July I was taken sick with dysentery, and the e:
that tit J' ,doctor thought case was almost
amendment use the argument my
;.ic not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to ,' ll -t l A good doctor and a hopeiVS..I.5b y
\ the drainage of the Everglades v. : very good nurse worked
\ :_ increase their profits., Please to remember, the. full name, of ',the Company 'd i enhance the value of the lands thereby t* ".5, 4 _,,' __ over me night and day for four or five moaht.
(\ -. CALIFORNIA SYRUP CO. -is SprInted on the front. of every package. In I\. increasing the assessment rolls I t \ gwingjne all sorts of medicines. Finally d;
.. order to its beneficial ... of the state a general levy tax upon \I' stated on two or three spoonfuls of Duffy'
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/1," .,, .';'":.... :: !'I..'. {-'.#0... './ .. only For sale by all ree'J,. ...;\ f rti' ..1...... If the proposed amendment 'ly Ufc. SILAS DUNTON 88.TEAKS OLD.V
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;::; 'r .\ '.:.'... ..i ..:;" "'. .':L ;- ,jable druggists. Ckf..l. "" ::-,-S : { "'- J: .;t'. called the "drainage amendment" Is
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: in aTOSffiSfitaSffaad into digs
include blood. It ,
""" tfon see fit *o a rWmess to the brings, 0" ;erI.
6f.: :iJ.1l } :i.J ; :f ; { { ;t:1 ; ]:l/-\ J.i: can be taxed ten cents per braid, strength and enables to from the food,you eat. nourishment contains. It is invaluable for '/ **&***, ?.5a:

."., ..:........ ., 1- .. .} t ,; :- : .:. ..- -: .., ... r,' I) .'1.".;;". ,:- .... :. acre. It have, said that if the peopleare perfect women and dddy chnditnT you get ttrengthens:tie system, k a pmnir olgood"health and longevity, makes the old young keqe Wedl
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") 2"-1 W. \-"tJ.t tax juster cine This is a guarantee. -
( than an acreage tax, for the reason Sew by all druggists and groce. or dlrectol..seele4 5 bottleS oaly,never In bulk. Pride SI. lawt oa the renuiDe.ICe that tbt
; that one man's, lands may be worth "Old CbemUt trado-muk a.08 the label. Beware of refilled bottles and spurious wait whiskey substitutes offered toe &ale )y.1\RI o
& 1 if f-r doctor's a4yke IRe. Du1f7 Malt Yihis.q w..
2 ; $50.00 per acre" and another man's able dealer' They'ani pGlitinl7 hu"8IbI1 &IIlI wU1 lIot Mc41w ooklet &lid \l.\
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t{..-' .J___..'' 1\'. .. 4 S'. .: Pff-- -I ;-... .':jJ. ..t\p1f :) .i I of of I taxation.the however amendment. oppose for the the ratification following- : Broward of the, could lands not, any win way.will The""get unsatisfied apart -- .. ....5-.......V................ ......--.......Hi I i

reasons: *" claim of IiN.. for
S'L the is
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r ; .' T t.; I jthink that-at:premature ana unwisi As far as the case has, gone the '
: .- hands of Geo.Rommel 1 ":"Jr.. the, et:3 to tax the pOOp$, in ahy way, to United States I circuit court has .decided V .,
OF ARCHITECT pert, who is supervising architect of drain the Evgrgladelands when we do in favor of the L. & N. In : :
the work. not know to whom they will belong debate with Gov. Broward in Jack rlcfr
sewerage .
Mr. Rommel,' who was present, whether they:wfll beloag to ,the pe:> sonuile on the 18th of October, 1 *

IS DMANDLDBY BOARDBoard stated that it would be some days before pie or to ( Railroad corporations said in the ;presence of 1.5Opr 2,000 13 SKATING: RINK ti
the test would be completed.A which are theTSigislattve grantees to people that I'had beenlnfth-ined, that
I resolution!was passed requestingthe every inch of these' lands. The titles morning! ," in '''Jacksonville: that the .
Chairman of'the Board of Bond to these lands is now In litigation in I trustees were compromising with the : :
of Public Works Sends Resolution to Bond Trus- Trustees to furnish the Board of Public the United States and the state L. & N. by deeding to the L. & N. : P
courts. Gov. Broward says that the seven hundred' and fifty 'thousand
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'Works with copies of all contracts eFisi'
tees, Requesting That the Latter"Require,. His between the city and Architect Aus courts will never ,decide In favor or acres of land and paying to'the L : .V V Is becoming a very popular :

feld and Contractor Turner. the railroad ,corporations. That is & N. one hundred thousand dollars : V J.: V :'J resot.will_ ; : be: open. with :
Presence Hall C only Gov. Broward's opinion. siv In money I then turned to GOT, V
During City nstruc n'.t f.:. S V ,Up! .to,1 Bopd':Trustees.- that I do not 'k ow what the courts Broward and asked if this rumor'was : .'& *;;'f, good, rntrsic :every night except :

The matter of the presence here of will decide; and that it is unwise lo true. Gov. .Broward replied -"I will 1 V' V : '' 'V -"-,''l";- ,Saturday .night.V V- : i ess
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The presence of Architect Auafeld I quire the'-said Ausfeld to give it any the architect or a representative, was spend the tax payers' money to drain explain that in my speech However, '. :. :V : 3dha
: .or one of his representatives during I information. tlng to' the character then put 'up to the Board of Bond these lands before the courts have decided. in his speech in reply to me 'be never -V-: : ?
the construction of the new city hall, of the work and the materials used Trustees in the following resolution, that they belong to the people. alluded to it, and has not since thatI i' i ii haS(
was demanded by the Board of Pub- although the Board of Bond Trustees offered by Mr.Daniel : Gov. Broward says that the cour' have seen or heard of explained it There\will be an afternoon session three times!' a aitias

lic Works yesterday afternoon,. when]; must determine the question as .to "That the"Board of Bond 'frusteesbe will not decide in favor of the railroad though frequently called on to do so M'pnday Thursday and Saturday .tor i
that board met in regular session and ;whether he performs his duties satis: notified that in the) opinion of the corporations. Let us see how by the newspapers cf the state. If i weeknamely..:: ; ,

considered the city ball mater from factorily. : ',Board of Public Works' it is necessary much confidence! Gov. Broward and this reported compromise with the L. : ladies and.children,only. Positively no boys over the I
various angles. The opinion of the :The employment of the .architect that the- architect or a representative the other trustees have In this con & N. Is true- and the trustees pursue oftwe1vevill' be, admitted.
city attorney was received, a letter does not in_my _opinion relieve the be on the work %t all' times during fident assurance' that the courts wi.l! the same policy of compromise with age : _. t

from Chairman Green of the Board of Board of Public Works of its right ,work hours- and as, the city attorney not decide In favor of the railroad the other grantees how much will : General"adnrissio'n-.10c; use of skates, lOc extra. :
Bond Trustees read. and several snd duty 'to supervise the work and :renders an opinion that: such architect corporations. The case of Kittel vs be left to the people? V rat
f.ladies i andchildren learn the
foc'all
resolutions bearing upon the matter material used in the construction of : is the sole property,of the Boardof the trustees of the internal Improvement If the Everglades lands are Jrained. i A, good' chaiice" to i it

passed. Those present at the meet- the building and if in the 'judgment Bond Trustees 'that;'said board demand fund (growing out of a legis'atlve the. state (the internal improvment most, 'populairtof. Skating. Mrs Ft -B.. Bruce and : ifci i

Ing were Chairman Zelius, :Mayor, of your Board the City's Interests re I the presence oft such '&archltec grant of land to the C. ,T. & G fund) will have less than three _million lis *wiltbe in ..
Bliss and Mr. DanieL' quire' a constant daily inspection of or representative In order thatthe In- R. R.) -was decided by the. United acres of land. The, unsatisfied : > :Constants Day charge..E..B. i 10

After the disposal of .a large the work"-and material' ; or more frequent -terests of'the city may be beprotected." States circuit court in fayor of.t. l legislative grants to railroad corporations ;, V notr
amount:'of routine business,, the, city: inspection Ulan that 'given by :From Chairman Gwen.V t. legislative grant. The trustees dl aggregate over seven million|! # : : V VS i ;
**- : *? not appeal to a higher;court; but the The undenied of ,: ; V .
hall matter was taken jup again, the architect it has the right to pro- Tbe T mayor 'th.en, read the followin acres. reports compromise V .
when the clerk read the. .following I vide for such further inspection. but letter from Chairman L-rHilton Greenof case Is being compromised. So this with the L. & N. is'lor considerable : ,. ; ". .

opinion from City Attorney "Jones,' it seems- to me that the Board of fhe.Board of:Bond Trustees: corporation, which according to Gov more than half of its claim. .," BRUCE. b
The half of million is two ,mil ;r.: .: -- :
which had been requested: .d Bond Trustees would have to determine Hop.:Chas., H. Bliss, Mayor! City of seven : ut

L City Attorney's'November Opinion.:2nd! 1906.* 'rorfc"the and question material'as cbmformed to "whether'tth the)' Dear Pensacola.'Sir:-The monthly I report HEALTHY PLANTS other lion, five grants hundred,are compromised thousand. If upon,the t.t. ..=-. .,... ii................................ TbTu

i Mr. C. E. Merritt, the same basis as the L. & N. claimit
City Clery. contract. .
Most Careful AttentionAs !tnt
from the architect has been present.ed Require the (
Dear Sir:-Complying with requestof Yours very wLl take five hundred thousand .
truly S
: to this Board, showing an amount Well as Good Soil. CO
the Board of Public Works for I I JOHN- B. JONES acres more than we 'will have. It
due to the contractor In accordancewith
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I my opinion relative to the contract V City Attorney.All the terms of the contract between Did you Tcr'see a rosebud which looks very much to me as if the cor- c c DRINK BOTTLEDLA''IV '(
between the City and Alfred Ausfeld of the members V then discussed -despite the most beneficient en- porations in whose favor the governor daor
the city and the contractor.
and C. H. 'furner, I advise as follows -I the question for some time. II vironment of soil-of sunshineandof assures us the court will never decide I
In'view of communication to
Daniel your atmosphere-seemed never to will get all of the Everglade IonIni
: Mr.
stated that it was thefirsttime .
this board of yesterday's date, In .
The Board of Bond Trustees has in history that a $68,000 building achieve a healthy growth. lands, .any way.
which state, that know of
.' the sole power to determine how was being constructed 'without inspection I knowledge you that the you contractor A ton of manure will not help your :
: often the said Ausfeld shall be required and' Mayor Bliss then detailed -is not living up to the specification plant that has a canker .eating cut oppose the ratification, of ,this
4 to be present to superintend the process through which the and using material prohibited by the its heart. amendment the constitution for the 11't1
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the construction of the city hall cement is put in before being mixed, i specifications, I write to request that You must destroy the cause be'fore additional and sufficient reason to .
building but while he is on the stating that'it is first placed in a box will advise the Board of Public you can remove' the effect. me, that it vests arbirary oppressiveand
ground in the performance of his and pounded by one' of the men, then :you You cannot cure Dandruff and Bald extraordinary powers In the .
Works to this effect and that the
duties he is subject to the sifted and I ness by rubbing on hair lotions, and .
supervision again pounded, until pulverized. said board will promptly advise the drainage commission. Even if there c Before drinking, see that you 1It
of the Board of Public Works rubbing in vaseline, etc.. V were no ;doubt that the >Everglade o 0"
of Bond if in its
This power of the Board of Atorks to He said he had secured a bucketof .Board Trustees You must look: to the cause of the .tandB'would; betong' to ie' people the GENUINE. A word 1A
Judgment, there is any cause for the get
supervise includes the right to 're this cement and placed it in the of trouble-it's aV germ at the roots of J when drained I would oppose> the.ratification o h5 O'
with-holding payment now due the '
hair which causes it to fall ouiNewbros '
--.-- contractor according to the archtect's your Herpi.clde destroys the o( thIs'amendment becauseI .to the, wise ,j is sufficient
unwise unsafe vest
,lainkit and to
Your certificate.prompt attention to* the matter germ result., and healthy' hair is the sure such..unlimited power in fire menVOppression (0) V O. D

will oblige, For sale by 'cvA.. DAlembert. is _oppression, whether
Yours respectfully, druggist and apothecary, 121South you call the.oppressors'drainage commissioners t
Rrafel or directors of a railroad Hygeia Bottling Works
L. HILTON GREEN, Palafox street or send lOc. in stamp J
I unalterably.and
anr
; S Chairman. The Co. Detroit corporation and F
for sample to Herpicide ,
S Another' Resolution!'V Mich. uncompromisingly opposed to ,giving 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587.
the,power to, oppress .the people ,to
The following" resolution, 'was. then 'either. IV am -opposed to political
passed. 5 V rings:or thef power to form "a political -- I

V "Resolved, That'ro- Board' of ring,whether-the ring' is-- onstitutedof
1 &akihfPow4erAbsolutely V Bond Trustees be notified that it 15 five administrative officers of the '
the opinion of this board that'" damaged HENRYCLAY FLOUR state executive department of the -directors

cement is being used in the 'construction and officials of a :.railroad- Insurance Domestic Economy Is But
of the new city hall, contrary Aor'other -corporation* jFor I''
Proves
I S to the contract- and specifications perfection by these reasons which"'I. in good'faith.

V- V and in the opinion'of this boardno invariably yielding the b>ve' frequently, given, I oppose V the Another Name For Wisdom

payments should be made to delicious : and ratification of this amendment to the
most
either the contractor: or architect until constitution :and; shall on Tuesday,

V PureDISTINCTIVELY V the matter "satisfactorily ad most nourishing biscuits November the- 6th. cast my ,vote : In spending money for the household, join the :
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justed. bread and cake. against it. V Domestic Economy class home :
by furnishing
: Mr. Daniels votefltnay On the abov Respectfully S : your

It A CREAM OF: resolution giving as his reason that Morrell's Iowa's V i JOHN S. BEARD. : on our "Buy now, Pay later" plan. All over Pensa :
formed no opinion on
had
he as yet
cola can'find on :
comfortable established
the cement matter as he has not. yet Pride Hams Chapped'Hands. : you homes

Ii TARTAR BAKING POWDER made an investigation. ''wash your'hands with warm water, : the foundation, of.- Marstort, & Quina prices and credit'l. i

A motion' was passed providing for and bacons are sweet, dry with. a towe.1 and apply Cham These housekeepers know the value of a dollar a- .
I Ic not the examination of the cement that is berlain's Salve Just before going to i
Royal does contain an atom of tender and and
juicy ,
leing used. bed and 'a speedy cure is certain. well as the value of high-class Furniture, MattingsDruggets i
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: phosphatic acid which, ,is the: used .by all who know This, salve Is: also unequaled for skin I : Stoves, etc. Let us add your name to our .

\: product of bones digested sulphuric -: ; NOVASCOTIA, what the' best is. diseases. For sale by all druggists. : list of satisfied customers. : I

acid) or of alum (which is STORM-SWEPT REMOVED TO RCOM 302 SRENTBUILDING. ..

r, V one-third'sulphuric acidSubstances Charlottetown By Associated: Prince pr.... Edward JR.- REAL. ESTATE.JOHN. W.LIST BULLOCK YOUR : BUY NOW PAY LATER.
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4 -!' adopted for othefBaking powders Island, Nov %.-A heavy ind and< Sol Cahn & Co: PROPERTY WITH 'ME .FOR_ ,SALE. : ,

raju storm raging. : here lisa delayed E*=*mbU_Lode No. 15, F. A A.-... ,
V : -V because of -their 'cheapness.$) \:: ;. communication with the mainlandand 'Th. Pur Food Store. Regular communication ,Es-V

V with varioua other parts. of 41 cambUt Lodge. Xo."15. F. &'A. I MARSTQ& & QUIMA103x1105.
V : Soutllwest Ciraer Palafox mi UteadeaaaI ,
_\ V'V < V : : f: Prince Edward, Iialjd.The'steamer I M. will be held Monday evening

r- IOVAt. BAKING POWDER co., NEW YORK.. Turrett Bell from Montreal is ashore Phones430{ ITS Visiting November brethren fraternaiir 5th at 7.30 invited o'clock. : PaUfox St. Phone 149. Pensa::>b, Fla

4 S V VV although the crew_ are V apparently C. D. BEYER W. M. / i .

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FINE PHOTOG l\PHS. OTIS:SKINNER! IN."THE OU E Pensacola. !la.TURTON ;

u_ ,_,. Last Night's, Play. aturgy and arts;, :After a phenomenalrun ii: women and children. If you need Underwear, come and see us. /i iII
1 & BELL A medium sized audience viewed of over two hundred night in I
IC6RAPERS SINCE 1970 the presentation. last night at the Paris at the Theatre Francaise, the II
Ko SuppLtk.: Hnisnfni fr Aoutear
opera house of "A Millionaire Tramp"but national theatre, the play was secured I rr
there were very:.few who were for American'' production by- ,
0i R. K. WHITE. ,,generous or chantable. enough' to say Charles Frohman. who entrusted the II Watson Ii a
\krtcI- rrte'.rdanutacunpteopierandOnduate! that they enjoyed It.- adaptation to Louis N Parker, the Parker & Reese Co.
: tpt:can; .3D S. Fataltx Street.Pansacsla., Fla. the play has little or nothing to it I English; playwright who was indeed
and the company attempting to play worthy to cope with the task of ade- i
it has less. In fact, it is a poor play quately realizing in English Lavedan's :::
6Y !, badly acted. ., I fine creation. ...............................................................*********.MMf+.++.+if fro> t!
f Tersely Told !I Otis Skinner during his brilliant I ::::::::...... .'..e............................................... .... ................. : .. 1

I Otis Skinner To-Night. stellar career has,given to the public ,
e D. W. Burke, prominent citizen of I IIeFuniak
a
No of recent
play times
by
. was the business : a nothing more effective or convincing, situations of "TheCounty awoke from her dream of Arcadian j jblisa I
among in the
French dramatist has excited picturesque '
,
9. ..aitors in the city yesterday.Mr. I I more than his personation of the Abbe I Chairman" and they never -chaos: was come again. J. F. DAVIS JEWELER 'I
Daniel the central figure dominatingthe tell ,
'I the greatest enthu It would require a column to
1A and Mrs M H. Judd, who %pent' absorbingly interesting' story pf fail to arouse In their movement and grouping the wonderful story-over two Now. In
. .Ie summer,. : in the mountains of Ten "The Duel., The play enjoyed as pronounced :siasm.the skillful hand of clever stage columns to tell it in detail, and even I New Brent Building 23 8. Palafox SL
:Sjoe: have returned to Pensacola'
. success in New York as in revealed and the If told properly the edge of one'sappetite I
:2 : for good
. base street interest among all classes of smallest .detail, is :.graphically!, por, dramatic art would be, blunted But:, BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY ;

.. Some boy has a bicycle but would theatregoers. The engagement of.trayed.. Theodore Babcock. as the central'I'(I at the opera house 'next: Wednesday:'1 I alrl T. 0EDWELL PRES AND MANAGER. ,
'ather hare Otis Skinner In. "The Dael" will bo' will, Prepared to do t repairing on short notice King phone 570
. a boat Some ot' er boy has scored sr;nog night Miss Mabel Montgomery : and a
fiugre of the play representative will call.V. T. BidwelL President and ,
Manager 205 S.
as a boat. but would. rather notable for' the fact that the original = and he invests the part :with an be seen as Zaza, in all her glory all I street. Baylen
ly
i :ue a bicvcle No. 1 doesn know New: York production intact will be unction and flavor which is constant; her joy, all her fury all her sadness
. rthing! about l\o 2 :>o, 2 doesn .jaene seen here. Curtain at 8 o'clock. delight. The drolleries of Thos. J.1 all her despair in all her beautiful!' i
: now : anything No 1, A. Journal S F sharp.. the shiftless negro resignation to a higher law than any
. rant Ad. would Immediately bring I Grady who made plays the part' stand out made by man. Miss Montgomery'sZaza .
'Sere two boys tcgether, so that a b The County..Chairman. in Sassafras bold'! relief," and !lr. Grady, has is a wonderful creation for her I DeFUNIAK I I L fREEPORT I I
I ':ade might be made. Think about George Ade's massive production of been credited with one of the real"hits" Zaza is her own, not Mrs.. Carter's I II
.iir! suggestion. a "The County Chairman" will ba the in darkey delineation."Zaza. whom she has never seen in the part
. la the recorder's court yesterday attraction at the opera house She is too fine ,to inltate anyone.
. the of R. P. day night. ." t
:Doming case Sweeting 'Mon-I I I Special
to The Journal.
0 sotcrmsn: of Park car No. 20, which .No play produced in recent Bilious Attack Quickly Cured. Special' ; to Th. Journal. Freeport, Nor. 2.-Dr. Harley Caw-
Zaza!
. has miny elements to ..
. ,truck tie buggy of Van Fell last j t lovers as of clean refined comedy 'and That is a name to, conjure with! A few weeks ago I had a bilious attack DeFuniak Springs l'ov."e. .are still thon, of DeFuniak is spending the 1
:andav night was heard resulting Camllle or Lady that Was so severe I was not without rain and need it. It Is cold heretoday week in town
''the motorman discharged 'the clever satire and pungent wit to-,Greater now than the office for two' days and raw'wind- blowing from I II i I
a being us of both able to go to I a Mrs. Dodds, who
McBeth.. She remInds recently lime to
1N fie was charged with failure to ring aden gether,easily with its accounts happily for drawn the remarkable char.-i those ladies, for she; has the sweetness Failing tp get relief from my familyphysician's I the northeast, with little ,if any sign of Freeport, is quite ill at Mrs Hayes's
be wag in approaching the crossing! and the tigress of treatment I took three of rain. .home on Madison SL
'it this! Marge was not substantiated vogue this classic has had for. oth of r-but the first a clawless tigress. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver,I Dr. H. W. Thomas and his good wife Last week our hearts were glad '
j the
The case was continued from last three years. McBctu had to have blood and Tablets and the next day I felt likea are at home again after pending!' the dened by the return of the Fritz and
dramatic ,
Aside the incidents Lady
from in the north. They are both
Tuesday morning on account of the man.-H.C. Bailey. Editor of summer
'nibil:t> of Mr. Fell to be present 'n of the play and the many comic epi-!the lives of mea All poor Zaza of want the new News. Chapin. S. C.. These tablets happy to be home again.. Home, they Eugene.they had You been could not tell where
Curt'( sodes which culminate in the third ed was kisses and the love one say after all, Is the bet!' place in_which damaged.
ect.:there are salient features which man. She'got both, but alas! They are for sale by all druggists.ENTERTAINMENT to rest. I I Mr. Henry Reddick, of Wbltfield
rapt T. B. Welles returned yeste delight the eye in the most engaging didn't last BY Mrs. Ames Is quite ill with the fever passed through Freeport en route to
lay' from Selma, where he had beenar fashion. i She thought that they would, but that Is quite prevalent hi'this part of the DeFuniak to the fair He expects to
several days witnessing the races No comedy within decade has had she was young, innocent of the DeFUNIAK BAPTISTS but country many now.have N been.ne sicK hare and died come with quite It. exhibit some or nges..
an the track there. As soon as the so elaborate a production and thereis methods of a man with whom she sick. Mr. John Robinson had a very I I Mrs. Charles' Campbell and son
ices are completed the three horses I in Zaza t next Wednesday night a great mass of people employed was so deeply in love,-and when she Special i to The Journal severe attack and now after nine weeks, Dawson, are attending the fair in De-
Welles is just beginning to sit up a few hours Funiak.
tow there owned Captain
by
DeFuniak, Nov. 2.The Magic Mirror .
each day.
rill lie brought to this city for the entertainment Wednesday nightat The school is going on very nirejr.with Mr. Wallace Campbell spent last
winter and 'Will be tome; of the fearres -I widespread interest and controversy I Flournoy hall, for the'benefit of the a larger attendance than ever bffOre.. I I Sunday in DeFuniak.
at the horse show net Friday. than "The Dual" the Parisian suc- Baptist, church was a splended success I port The this Rev.week Mr. Northcut to help in goes a'series to Free-of Miss Xurphia McLane entertained
cess in which Otis Skinner will be both socially! and financially, and meetings I IMr [last Saturday afternoon In honor of r
Do you want the best Then get seen here to-night. the church $iil.10. The program Brannon. the sawyer at the'Beach- her sixth birthday. About twenty-five t
netted ,
rue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ab- "The' Duel""' is the artistic productof tableaux, and Rogers saw milL is very sick and was little boys and girls attended. We
consisted of songs this week to the
far the taken by Mr. Rogers I
twice and
alutely pure go as Henri Lavedan the foremft recitations and was under the man- hospital In New Orleans.. ,, wish Miss :McLane many happy re-
'Blue Ribbon Flater" is perfection. dramatist of the day in France anda of Mrs J. R Brown, assisted The business! league has determined to turns of the day.
I5k for the 25c sizeCooper's agement finish the clay road around the circle, i Dr. D. C.
member of the Acaaemie Francalse, I I Thompson
by the ladies of the Baptist which will make a very nice drive for spent Tuesday ,
for sale that famous body of literatuers which church. Long before the curtain rose those who enjoy driving. and most peo- in DeFuniak. Mrs. Macolm McCas-
:Medicine represents the flower-.of:French dram- the hall was crowded far beyond its ple do ''kill entertained at whist A delightful \
ball druggists. ls z* seating capacity and the generous applause -school KIllS and Grace is Tappan at home ha and finished already her at. lunch was served at a late hour. .
which greeted each change in work in the high school. I I I Everyone is "on his way" to De- !
REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT HARD TO SEEr the progranie spoke highly of the public The Presbyterian, people give an entertainment 'Funlak, to the fair. It Is one of the I
BUILD'NG.' to-night at the tabernaclethat best fairs they have held In De- '
JOHN. W. BULLOCK appreciation of the entertaining to be good, Business is'
JR REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR Even When the Facts/Abolit. Coffee abilities of the local talent lively promises in all kinds of,, business this,week., Funiak., l'
PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. Are Plain..: vrIw: -
It 'iii.curious how, peonle,win refuse; '. \t.ThETK1ULSSTOkY t.
. to believe what one cn,cteady see.
. BIG CARGO OF tbat'the"s1ow Tell. .the, average but cumulative man' or woman poisonous $ w Tto

effect of caffeine-the alkaltid Jn Y,+. sre"' ,' YrsytS t
i IRONPYRITES tea and coffee$ tends to weaken the ) [
'
i heart, upset, the nervous system and
cause Indigestion, and laey may laugh
.. at you.1f'tney don't kaow the facts. I It stands for
0 STEAMER HEL'SINGBORG, FROM Prove it DV' Bcienceior by practical
. demonstration in the t Recovery cof '
.3 HUELVA. BRINGS CARGO ,OF fee! drinkers from thjg above conditions ;1f-!3tt t .
. and.a large percent _of the human BAKERS
. 3.292 TONS. family! will shrug their shoulders JkPAPN COCOA

i. take some drugs and---keep. on drinking -
coffee or tea.
. The! big Swedish sfaship Helsing- "Coffee, never: agreed with me nor
. kr* wach entered at the customs with several members. of our household ,a"zZ < .8,rTV! f AroN t ra Used PotmcliheWorld.
yesterday! from Huelva, brings ," writes a lady "It enervates. !
a !We!: first Import cargo for the month depresses 'and create- 'a feeling of

, .r November, The vessel which 13 languor ,and neaviness'N It was only Jf !Highest! 'Awards in4KEfUrope
i lneJ to Hjer Bros.. has on board by leaving off coffee and_using Postum
s i41.3O,; :! kilos, or 3,292 tons, of iron that 'We discovered the cause and and America.
he1l
:
p cure of these ills
r r Je> steamer was docked yesterday "The only reason, I am', sure, why t handsomeIflustratecfRecipe!
t2. preparations to discharge Postum is not,used altogether to the 3d.t4 r 3 ai, ,z?, aY ?y 4r yyCa ;; R ,
cars at once. exclusion.af.ordinaryI offee is; many &i3- j a x' Boof sent free. -
,.1'0 persons do not know and do not seem
CURE DAY
A COLD IN ONE
acv willing to learn the, 'facts and how
AVATU Tab-
K. i t BROMO Quinine __
'> lIRglsts: refund if It hiss to this nutritious 'beverage. ? G.S2Begtiund
t money prepare V ; .
rr cox L.!W GROVE signature Is on There's' only cue way,:according ,to ?, twr5 y"s. ta V 8.f i nt OCeeEstablishedl780 WALTEg AKESJ !

directions-boil it fully lo;>> mInutes..
Jit whom it may concern: Chew Then it is'delicious" Name given : -- Dorchester Mass.
'' tSTS.; It by Postum C+o., Battle Creek Mich.
Read the little::book.. '' e Bead to
t..AIrman, tin, copper and sheet Iron WeilviUe. In,plgs: There's :a xea I.
\f r""',:as moved In the opera to 109 house'bullding..r East. GovemIn -. ........ ,. ? THE ,COUNTX.CAIRMaAN" ? NIGHT '


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.1 MORWINC, NOVEMBER 3, 1906. -
f PAGE FOUR THE PENSACOLA' JOURNAL, SATURDAY

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t 1J work with a ball and chain poor food since May, 1906,Ayers SarsaparillA has bee,

and no pay, or.good pay good food I NAMED' Free entirely free from alcohol.. If you are in
POOr
J lJbe 1lten Utoln and good quarters at Panama. Now, S S3OREEIBIB HIT SEVERAl from health, weak pale, nervous, ask your doctor
jOUfnal which is really the most humane about taking this nonalcoholic tonic and alien:
plan? It is suggested that If they I tive. If bo has a better medicine, take

e won't work here, will they work at Alcohol Get the best, always. This is our advice his.
Panama? Those who know the negro ., ao e.c.tel w. pnbneh J.C.
DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. best say that If ,he Is removed IN FIDDLERS'CONTEST AS POSSIBLE the formal**of 11 e rpr ptr tion.. Lo.elNN"

from those invlronments that tendedto -- -

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY, make Jiim a vagrant-being fed ..........It........... .'....................
from kitchens of white people by Nh
...BY...
black cooks low dives ,and whiskey .

THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK shops-he will regain his habits of CANDIDATES : JUST ONE i
work and soon become an efficient
laborer. Agents for the canal can J

L MAYES President anti General Manager ; take these whenever they signify (Continued from First Page.) IMPURE or WEAK :

i i their arrange willingness for their to go transportation.This to Panamaand his' nerve and accepted the award in For Endorsement at Handsof i :- Medicine will spoil the i
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. .
his usual
will aid in solving the race graceful manner. j -
I t "
I Z whole effect of Z
problem in the South and help complete 'Pensacola Exhibits. the Democratic Executive a' !

SUBUCRIPTION RATES I the canal earlier; Good negroes Among the exhibits that 'have not: i

One Year .. ... ..........$5 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 will also aid in ferreting out these been from previously mentioned are two of. Committee.When PRESCRIPTIONPoints :
Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 I idle classes so that the possibilitiesof Pensacola that are 'Worthy is al I Y -
that'.we
the One pride
Ttoee llcetha.. '.. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition per yeaT..$! CO the plan appear worth the experiment highest, commendation. A.1' ourselves :
I N. P. THOMPSON.Chattanooga turpentine still exhibited by M. on are: .
II I {t3aker & other is tha the County Democratic Execu-
Co. the
: and
Tenn. Oct. 30 1906. i
,
The Only Penaacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed In view of the difficulty In securing piano and organi exhibit cf) the Clut- tive Committee meets to-night it is .t;= High-Grade Drugs, !
have been 0 -
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. I ter Music house. Both probable 'that tie "names of several Accurate Compounding, 1
workmen on the canal and in the very favorably commented upon. 1
Pensacolians will be placed :
prominent :
face of the great vagrancy question Award of Prizess.The No Substituting. :
awarded during today before them for endorsement for the
with which the South has to contend. prizes were
Editorial A.Oae 38 Papers on Sale on Trains .for nearly all of the exhibits but from Es- i ,; WE ,SOLICIT. YOUR PATRONAGE. i
I of representative
PfcMM {f I and the influence of the vagrancy position .
Business Office 1500 the list Is so)long that it was impossible .
and at all News Stands. ;
question on the race problem the '>cambia county in the legislature.Several
i suggestion to compile the awards in any- .
Is at least worth trying. thing like intelligent order. It will were mentioned in connection -
r is with the office yesterday afternoon i IT'S 'A-WASTE OF WORDS i
this
Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntend_neia and DeLuna Sts. be several days before work
it is expectedthat
'
1r H fl.iI. completed.The and by to-night '
[Si .9 prize for the best county ex mere trill make up their mindsto to attempt ,{Q explain the merits of our Syrup :

PEXSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY .MORNING, NOVEMBER 3. 1906. I NEWS AND VIEWS bibit was awarded to C. H Pleas of ask the committee to nominate of White Pine Compound with, tar. We :
OF THE STATE PRESS. Chipley Washington county. t't'in for the office. might

II* The prize for the second best county Geo T. Morgan who received the i. talk a column'about it,. and yet wed fail to impress :
The Election Law :fact of such nomination and the.name +I "'ktf a exhibit! was awarded to A. G. next bghest vote in the primaries to half much would

.of the nominee or nominees and the i W. F. Mundee, of the Seaboard Chandlee, of Chipley Washington those nominated.' is not a candidate you. as as you be impressed :

and the Present Emergency.The name of the office to which he or they !road, was on the Favorite on Initial county. for endorsement at the hands of the : by takingone dose if you are suffering :

may be nominated, and the name of trip last Saturday and he:was'tellfn.g The prize for the third best county committee. life said last night in dis- from a cough. Prices Uoc 'and 50c.. ;
death of Hon. Chas. M. Coston such person shall be printed by the stories to a pan'of Interested listen- exhibit was awarded to Walton county. (ussing the unauthorized report thai :

one of the two democratic nomineesfor board of county commissioners upon ers. He said* "A drummer vas d.>- The prize ,for the best single farm he wsi. a candidate: "I am not a ..1 {
the legislature necessitates immediate the ballot in Its proper place in all ing the county bout Gainesville. He exhibit was awarded to Collier brothers candidate, will not be a candidate,I Agent for Whitman's Candies.The :
respects as herein provided for nominations of Chipley. and would not accept the nomination ; .
had a boy to drive the livery
negro
action on the part of the filed in the office of the equipment. One night they started (The prize for:,,the best 50 ears of were it tendered me unanimously"Others I i Crystal Pharmacy :

democratic county executive committee board of county commissioners; and 'from Gainesville to go to a plan some corn was awarded to N. C. Morrissoa, mentioned in connectionwith ,

or a socialist will be elected as any Secretary of State who shall willfully miles distant. The drummer met who scored 91 1-2- points out of a pos- the position were R. Pope Reese.1: Brent Building. i

one of the representatives from this I fail or refuse to certify such some congenial companions at Gainesville sible 100. W. a Jones, Mitch Jacoby and X.
county. nominations as herein provided shall and when he departed he car The prize fOr;,the.second best 50 Long. E.1:...........o..o..o..o..t..

The election law provides that I be guilty of a misdemeanor; and on .ried red liquor both inside and out- ears of corn was' awarded to Alex Mr. Reese when seen last night at I
conviction shall be fined not more ..side of himself. The driver had also Tue, who score 91 ,points. the court Muse and asked if he was
every ballot must contain "under than one thousand dollars and in the Another on Jennings.It a candidate for the committee's endorsement -
each office to be voted for at the elec.. event of such failure refusal such been imbibing. The night was dark- Is an-old saying that murder will stated that while he Announcement !, ;"
I or :very dark and chilly. They were was ., ..... ....
tion, blank lines in number equal to certificate shall be made by the State hardly out of the city limits until leak out and it could: as well be said personally: making no canvass. some r. ""

the number of persons who may be Comptroller. they both fell asleep. They occasionally that a good story cannot be kept a se- of his friends were very active in his

elected to that office" and any elector I Sec. 46. Each elector upon ente'1- woke up' and the drummer cret any great length! of time.fiddler's This behalf, and that if the committee de-I' ,
ing the polling place shall be given : was demonstrated after the cided to nominate him he would deemit
would to the driver
desiring to vote for any person one ballot the say : 'Well are contest this afternoon and the snap I am pleased to announce to my friends in Pen-
by inspectors. Before we almost there' 'Almost boss,' the his duty _as a Democrat to accept
other than one whose name is print. delivering the ballot to the elector at darkey would reply. 'See that house was given away 'by the Tallahassee.irrepressibleJules It. I ISTO sacola that I have associated myself with the Pensa-
of
ed on the ballot, may do so "by filling least one of the inspectors shall writein Solomon '
over there-well that's the place.. Secretary Storrs, without cola Cement and Stone and will
that Company
seems take the
in the name of the candidate of his own hand his initials or name This thing kept for' hours. I
some
his choice in the blank space provided on the stub'attached to the ballot. the horse" was not up urged In its travels )saying Congressmon a word had Lamar decided. T. A.to Jennings call- management of all constructive work. We will be
upon
therefor and marking the cross On shall receiving forthwith the and ballot without the leaving elector and took its own time. The day was The Journal representativeand K ND BONifiSWINDLER <> pleased to furnish estimates on sidewalks, concrete

mark X in the appropriate margin"Therefore just: breaking when the drummer and L B. Hilson of The News, for
the polling place retire alone to one work of character and the Miracle Hollow
if the democrats the river came into a hazy realization brief talks during the four intermissions any only
are of the
booths
: or compartments provided that they were still living, and and when he began the pream- Block. All work: entrusted to us will have
-
to elect center'on for that my personal
a candidate they must and there
purpose
prepare then for the time
first they saw that ble to the introduction of :Mr.: Lamar,
some person whose name they can his ballot by marking with pen they had been driving around the Mr. Jennings evidently "smelled a supervision: ,- and we guarantee absolute sa: i'i-

write on the ballots next Tuesday. It and ink or pencil, in the appropriate Gainesville! half mile race track for rat" for no sooner had air Lamar began faction' i in every instance. Respectfully
margin or place a cross mark "X" be- ,
eight long hours.-St. Petersburg to talk than Mr. :Jennings was
is now too late to have another name fore the name of the candidate of his
Independent.! seized with a sudden and severe attack
printed on thr ballot, the law pitmd- choice for each office to be filled, "_ necessitated STEPHEN
of indigestion which J. HARVEY
!'ng that to do this such name must or by filling in the name of the can- Last Friday and Saturday an immense his immediate withdrawal from 'CAUGHT C

be filed with the county commissioners didate of his choice in the blank I quantity of fish was caught off the auditorium. Needless to say he

not less than 20 days before elec- space provided therefor, and marking the South Bridge. Everybody who recovered almost immediately he got

tion. Those parts of the law which the cross mark "X" in the appropriate was out came home with a big stringof outside. The diversion sed by the P.
margin, and likewise by marking fish and it is estimated that a thou- stampede of Mr. Jennings rattled the
apply to the present case are as follows -: the cross "X" before the answer sand pounds of fine fish were caught scheming secretary so badly that the Authorities Make Big H. G. :DeSlLVA & COMPAQ

: i I jhe'Ie desires in case of a constitutional from that bridge Friday afternoon other intended victims escaped. .

Sec. :30.: The board of county': amendment or other' question submitted -I with hook and lines.l Daytona is Tomorrow! will be the last day of Haul in Arrest of Chas. I I

commissioners (or in case of a municipal -'' to a vote of the people. truly a sportsman's paradise.-Day the fair and a large crowd is expected.

election the city or town coun-, Sec. 54. If the elector marks tona Gazette. The exposition! this year has surpassed Whitney Norton. I Are running again and can take orders
bo''' more names! than there'are i
cil) of each county shall cause to persons any previous effort and its success
printed on the ballots to be used in,|'to be elected to an office, or if for Capt. Walden was ,Interviewed bY-I augurs well for the future of I for special work. Our stock of lumber issuicient
their respective counties the namesof any reason it is impossible to deter- Gazette-News representative,- between I the Gulf Coast Fair and Agricultural 1
all candidates who have been put mine the elector's choice for any this place and Tilasville and attempted Exposition which has done so much By Associated Press.
In nomination by any caucus convention office to be filled his ballot shall not I to tell the story of the wreck while for Wfest Florida during the time that Chicago, Nov. 1.-Charles Whitney I, to fill i all orders sent us

mass meeting, primary electionor : be counted for such office, but this! looking after the welfare of the men it has been an annual event at De- Norton, reported by the police and I
I II under his Of the postal authorities to be responsible
charge.
other assembly of any political shall not vitiate the ballot so far as twentyfouron Funiak Springs.
party or faction in this State and certified -i'i I properly marked, and nothing herein the train not one but what An Enjoyable Feature. is for under extensive swindling operations,'t Phone J J.
showed evidence of the terrible arrest here and will
and filed with them not more,ishall be construed to prevent any strug- One of the most enjoyable featuresof
gle with and wind. When asked be turnedover to the federal offi:
than sixty nor less than twenty days elector from voting for any qualified sea to-nlsht was, the production of
previous to the day of election, which person other than those whose names where they were bound Capt. "All a Mistake";; by a 'number of cers. It, Is claimed that he defrauded -!
certificates shall contain the name of are printed on the ballot. Walden said: "Back to Long Key" young people,, for the benefit of the persons In all parts of the United .

each person nominated and the office I I Chairman Frank,Reilly, of the county He was asked if the men intended to First Presbyterian church. The 'costumes -I States out of bonds and securities aggregating -
work immediately and he replied neat handsome : three million dollars. In
i resume were very: and ,
and shall '
for which he is nominated
democratic executive committee, do will Norton's, room were found bonds .
"They certainly
they
by
be by the presiding officer and ; and the play wag greatly enjoyed
signed
has called a meeting of that body for stick to me and I will stick ti: the the large audience. The cast of'characters stocks and other valuable and negotiable
secretary of such caucus, convention I!!to-night and it will probably endorse work on the extension."Daytona was as follows: papers the greater part of

by mass the meeting canvassing, or other board assembly of such or'i and recommend a candidate. If it Gazette. Capt. Obadiah Cast 0(.. Characters.Skiner.. A Retired worth which are two, believed million to dollars.be genuine Other, and Seeds! Seeds! and Seeds!

primary election and be duly acknowledged -,does this candidate's name will have Fifteen or twenty miles north of Captain-A. G. 'Campbell.Ueut paper of more doubtful value, of the'

by one or more of them i|to be written on the ballot and Charlotte Harbor in the valley of the George Richmond His. face value, of one million dollars, was :

before any officer authorized by law I marked with a cross "X" by the voterin Miakki several miles above the Nephew-'H. J. Rogers. also found.

to take acknowledgments. The board, accordance with the law quoted water, and two miles from the riverbank ichard Hamilton A Country Gentleman -
of county commissioners (or in case! surrounded by palmetto and -Mope' Cawthcn.
of a municipal election the city or above, pine, with none of the luxuriant Ferdinand 'LI thead, "Don-cher- 1 Just received
', a new shipment
town council) shall also cause to be growth of oak and other deciduous know--Geo. F. Carden. SUDDEN DEATH ,, -

printed upon said ballots the name f Solution of the Vagrancy trees that are usual on. the inland Nellie Richmond George's Wife- of Sweet
of elector who has been Peas Seed
any qualified Question.N water courses of Florida, there Mrs. Hope Cawthon. _
requested to be a candidate for any gushes forth a basin-three hundred Nellie Huntington. Hamilton'sheartMiss OF LIFTLfc BOY ;
office by written petition signed in :- .F .Thompson of Chattanooga feet in diameter and from a depth of Mary McKinncn. -This: is' the time of to plant

case of a candidate for a State or has,a plan for the solution of the vagrancy -more than one hundred and fifty feet, Cornelia (Nellie) Skinner George's year
Federal office, by at least five hun- question which will ,at least the "Old :Maid": Aunt-Mrs. B. P. Morris. '
a stream of water as salty as MR. AND MRS. them. We have
E. H, KIMBROUGH full line of
electors. in of a
dred case a county or bear consideration. In a letter mailed Gulf of Mexico and of that same Nellie McIntyre A Servant-Miss
municipal office, by at least twenty- beautiful hue that Fannie Lou Cawthon. SUFFER 'LOSS
so distingushes OF LITTLE
of the
south
generally to the
five electors qualified to vote in the press the water of the gulf from that of the The following! composed the chorus: other flower seed Ask us
election to fill said office when such Mr. Thompson says: Atlantic ocean. Sixteen feet above Miss! Julia McKInnon M'ss Kate Mar SON WHO WAS IN -, -

petition has been filed with them not Since my return from WashingtonCity the highest of tides it Sows out in a risen :Miss Irene McSwain Miss : about; them
more- than sixty days nor less than where I went to invite President constant stream forming a little Aileen Saunders Miss Edith Skyles GEORGIA. i .

twenty days previous to the election. Roosevelt to attend the Southern Immigration river some twenty feet wide and two Miss Myrtle Bowers, Miss Emma 'i

And in addition to the name printed and Quarantine Conference feet deep which rushes over Its Campbell Miss Maude Saunders, Mrs. ..
upon said ballot, and whether there that meets at Nashville in November pebbly bed of marl rock resemblingthe Quarterman, of Valdosta Miss May The friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. !:I-. .

be any names printed on said ballotsor I have had many inquiries from dif rapids of some mountain stream.! Syles, Miss Via Bowers, Miss Lee Kimbrough were shocked to learn, of -, .

no. there shall be printed under ferent portions of the South as to the So clear and limpid is the water of Bowers Miss N. Sowell. Miss MayRichardson. the death of their little son, Thomas ,- '. ,
each office to be voted for at the plan I had in view for sending the the spring that the darting fish can I' Miss Sallie McLane, Miss Ferdinand, which occurred on the '

: election blank lines in number equal idle negroes in the-South to work on be recognized fifty feet below the sur I Neta Campbell, Mr. Beverly Aymard, morning of the first of November.The :
to the number of persons who mail I the Panama Canal as suggested to face, dodging the lazy "gator" who i :Mr.: Moss Hournoy. :Mr. Ruby Bur- : little boy accompanied by his W. A. D'AlemberteDruggist
be elected to fill that office. The'President 'Roosevelt and Chairman lolls about enjoying the quiet dick, Mr. Robert Oliver, Mr. Olive two small sisters, had gone to visit

name of no person shall be printed j Shonts of the Isthmian: Commission ity of its depth and ,its Campbell, Mr. Jason Carmichael and his' grandparents, Mr. and: Mrs. Kim ,
} upon the ballot who shall not less during my visit and which was reported cation. Legend has ,it that secur-I Mr. Lock McKinnon. brough. in Columbus Ga.

than twenty days before the election, from Washington through the Associated dians, and from their HJ9: was four years old and left and Apothecary
the board of "* Pensacola, in perfect health. On the
notify county commissioners Press.I .
the soldiers of Uncle Sam sent to sub-
felt so strange. Before medical aid thirty-first, Mr. Kimbrough receiveda
in
writing acknowledged, did not've the President or
before an officer authorized by; law to Chairman Shonts any details of this jugate curative them considered value in its waters of could be summoned she was dead. telegram telling him to come at 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109
great cases of skin
take acknowledgments, that he will, The sympathy of all is extended the once as hIs little: son had had a severe
plan as I had in mind that whatever
diseases of all kinds, and tales arc
4 not accept the nomination specified.should be done in the matter would told of wonderful effected.. Tlw 'family in this bereavement. attack of'croup and was very low. ..
cures of the '
in the certificate! of nomination or. best Mr. O. C. Dolphy, late pastor Mr. and Mrs. Kimbrough left immediately -
come from the Nashville meetIng -
construction of the Charlotte Harbor -1 will leave
request of electors: Provided, how.! \\Presbyterian church onFriday's but to their great aorrawfound ;
as the voice of the South rather I and Northern
railroads through for his
trip of the Tarpon that their little son had passed
ever That when any person who has than as the views of any one this section will soon make it accesSi- I I
home in Mobile' away, a' few hours prior to their arrival
been nominated
and who
regularly
ual. But it may be best to Indhid-I ble and some day it may: become the I Mr. John Sturrock is attendingcourt .

to shall which decline he to has run been for nominated the office the suggestion Nashville considered Conference in News.site, of a great sanitarium.-DeSoto I Mr. Chas.in Vernon Knowles.,this week as also Is the Mr. Kimbrough is connected wth! Give Us- Your Lumber Order Early

Consolidated Grocery Company
the party by which such person ask !II' I
in columns
to present
space your his
was nominated shall be allowed it to your readers for their consideration Mr., O. Thompson North Bay has mail resigned carrier and moved with his wife and three Orders$, are, coming i in thick and fast, and to insure -
position as little children recently to Pensacola.! ;
I'
five days after such declination and jour own and as I would and }lr. (Mnrphres.. of Murphree prompt: .delivery! should order
ST. They reside at the comer of Strong you give us your
such ANDREWS
,
to run by in 1
person I have It'dealt with as of'possible bene-, [ 1.I. en West Bay, succeeds him. and Baylen streets, and have many now. ,
which,to substitute another candi fit to the South. :Mrs.: W. G. Mitchell returned homeon friends who sincerely sympathizewith
date. In case of any person to be I In brief the plan simply contemplates pleasant sum- Hardware Paints Oils
Special to The JOUrnaL Wednesday from a them in the terrible shock cf the ,, etc., delivered the same
of the whole
voted for by the electors .
a uniform enforcement of vagrancy St. Andrew, Nov. 2.-Mrs. M. A. mer in Tennessee.Mr. sudden death of their bright little son. day. .
State or of any entire Congressional laws with a suspension of the jTenks and son. Marion, who used to :: a I* Joyner returned from Definite arrangements for the fun-
District such certificate of nomination sentence If ,the will voluntarily will conduct
vagrant, and
own much of the Panama City coun- Kentucky on Friday eral had not been made when Mr.
shall be filed in the office of the ga to' Panama and work on at the Baptist
services on Sunday ivtmbrough was last heard from but Saunders
try, came on Wednesday's trip cf the
Secretary of State not less than thirty the Company
canal. This plan is practically church. it is
'' Tarpon from Annan III to spend the probable that the little boy will ,
,
days before the day of election 'in effect 'in principle all over the winter In St Andrew.Mr. Mr. J. H. Drummond is off on a be burled In the family \burying fftonr._-- ..,:.. 21 Cast Garten Slr..'.
and such Secretary of State shall South at the present time. It is a Otway Ware has returned from vusiness trip this week. ground at Greenville. I
thereupon certify to the matter ,
immediately of daily occurrence for offenders Pensacola. 'f
Fa board of county commissioners of to be' ".
I I sentenced in police courts Our community was pained'and
each county in the State in case of when the ,judge will say: "I will suspend --
I much shocked to know of the and I
an officer to be voted for by the electors this sentence if :you will leave I
den death of Mrs. Abendroth.
of the whole State, and to the ;here and never returnBy that
Wednesday morning at the home,
boards of county commissioners of the culprit is
plan Judicially sent from of her daughter Mrs J.' J. Trousdala.'
the counties composing the Congressional one'community to repeat his offense '
She retired as usual on Tuesday night
z District in case of an officer to ,in a neighboring city, which Is all after having read to a late bed timeto Iffie1IEu1iINIIbnhiiiIjiwiiirfjiTO
be voted for by the electors of such wrong. By the other plan the culprit the grandchildren. About six I

f district, upon suitable blanks to be can be given the alternative of o'clock in the morning she awoke

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la the models that are being prepared 11x1" ( I t.:' '

lot rile coming season our old friend, the bfl e ty. C1

rton Jacket presents Itself In many new ?' ,'au : r
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and novel guises. There has been hardly .r'tY'..r,;<::,, Exclusively designed for that favorite of :

anything in the roster of fashion that l."r fashion the tall and erectly slender wo : ,
%, man. there Is a delightfully modteh air t.
bat proven Itself ao universally becoming
this plain and simple little tailormadethat t
as this :t\\\e Jacket. Tall or short stout -' -
cannot fall to win approval trim the ,
or slender this little garment lends Itself
fastidious ID dress., The material Is one
well to the showing op of the best pointsof I
of those mixed motions that are so favored
Several times the wouldbe
the -
wearer. Gl2LT. X'
by men's tailors for the fssblontnc ,
faetloo prophets bar tried to oust It of plain and business suits for masculine '

from Its post of vantage; but so firmly wear and In tint -It shows the gray tones
Is !It fixed In popular favor that It returns that are still well In the beefiest of + 'f
------------- fashionable. The coat owes all of '
season after season and each time with things
< Its charming style to tbe rut. the lines of 3
novel feature to commend It anew. t.
some ;
.
'v the figure! being followed exactly and yet I
The essentially! smart model that Is pie
without a single!; hint or suggestion or
tnred presents a dlrectolre waistcoat : tightness or even snugness In the at- Tbe 1 : t

added to Its charms. The material Is one .',k centre seam provides for a lapover belo +
of those satin-faced broadcloths-abroad the waUt line somewhat after the rash j
Ion of a many cutaway coat: and thi '
termed de messaline In .
they are drap -
S i, 4cx.
,jlJ same suggestion Is followed la the arrangement
one of the reddish plum shades that are of the double-breasted frontsthese i

among the latest novelties. The waist' being rounded off below the waistline

coat, revere, facings and cuffs are In fl to accordance with the shape which
:
banana colored cloth with a smooth suede ..7 : ; St the masculine garment presents Tb. Y
finUh that contrasts well wIt the high ':',:> 't: <:' ; skirt Is cut In seven gores, the centr*
< sod each
narrow gor !
front conspicuously
lustre of the darker material. The coat '
.
t overlapping tbe other with deep pleatstitched
back fits smoothly and snugly to the down over tbe hips sod wel 1.
lines of the figure the fronts rolled backIn pressed to flare a'igbtly at the foot r
W1kL'w"n
pointed: refers to display the expanse f rtr Wooltex Tallormadea.

of double-breaeted waistcoat The skirt .,cn x at
Although one bears a great deal shorn
i I. arranged with Inverted pleats, cutaway :
the vogue for links for autumn wear. sad }
underneath around the hips so that especially the new weaves that ar-

the smoothness of the fit Is not Interfered ..trx" heavier and therefore better suited ta )

with. Pleated panels are Inserted below tailored styles than were the cb.tTt.-D

the knee at Intervals, and trappings of fix if productions of the iprtnctime. still It U- \

stitched and braided cloth serve for trim ,, Pt' '- Ii to to noted that It la the wooltes tal'or ,
''
mings. < made that U most seen In tile place
.< :,' ; where fashion congregates and Smart '08
The Military Tunic Slakes Its t -+<. tomes abound. !Short aDd snappy tbapr

Appearance.It I i i&* seem to be preferred for tbe coats and I 1
< : skirts tbat clear tile ground by bat ere- '
must be conceded after all Is said .
r ly the fraction of an loch are accepted as t
and done that It Is In the closely fitting correct Decidedly attractive for a J

styles that the tailor's art is seen at Its a youthful wearer Is this model one which I

most attractive best Fashions that display t5\4i\ effect a clever compromise between the

some hint or suggestion of military H F S plain and severe tallormade style ss we
lines that allow for the spring and curvesof \\w&\r know It OD this side of the ocean and
f 1/ the dressier demitallleor mode which obtains
the figure to be cleverly brought out. : J iY' f i -
y. In France and. to a leaser extent
scd where absolute and mathematical ;f ; fi a'AT' though In England. Tbe coat baa a .1

perfection of every line and seam and RS c ? nY full complement of seams the backs cat
S
fold are In full view are those on which ,. n:: okay with Inverted underlying pleats tbat af-

the tailor lavishes his best work and their : ford a very jaunty fatness well below
success In consequence 1 Is a foregone con : ;: ; the waistline; while the fronts follow! tie

clusion. An excellent example of the :. ifA reigning mode that makes use .f but a
\ single dart la front and that one ran
t.
t iR
charms of sack style Is depicted herewith. xs'w; A.
clear up to tile shoulder seam well
The coat followed the lines of the
closely 3r
: f curved outward over tbe bust sod pinching
fitting military tunic the fronts arranged 1 : ; i 1 ID with the most Battering effect at
with but a single dart so that the straight -: : tt-1<"r.i the waist The sleeve Is quite full at UK

line which fashion affects at this point is : : top. tapering prettily beow: the elbow to
not Interfered with. The skirt presents : { i end ID a velvet cuff braid-trimmed at
broad panels liberally decorated with ,- tbe wrist The skirt shows the pleated
front panel, with full rippling circular:
braiding executed to a soft and floe a side and a broad triple boipleai occupy
tnutaeh and separated by pleats that are lug the back.
.
stitched down for half their length and r : f. .

pressed Sat to the deep hem. The requisite -

touch of dressiness Is achieved In the orator set I to secure. The size! of
: Autumn the Woolen Tailor-made the Front-A Rich Line
little hint of a rest front. managed by the rooms u. ':course marks the limitationof Brings : to

the of embroiderededge possibilities but much can be done to
application a fancy ;

laid on a velvet strip; the coat fastening secure this end In even a limited space. of Colorings Braids and Braidings Very Conspicuous I
with large books and eyes Invisibly "For example take tbe bedroom In the t

r beneath this. The sleeve carries out the house that we have recently furnished for
of Comfortable
Skirts
military Idea In Its plain severity there millionaire young couple.! That It Is Walking Lengths. '

being but fulness enough at the top to that of the mistress of 'the house makes

bring it well within the lines of current tbe argument all the more convincing. Ail during the sum ler month when colorings, are what tile fashion avtborlttes breasted waistcoat of the dlrectolre type.

asQlooa. There Is a hardwood floor finished In a all Paris was supposed to be occupiedwith abroad favor mostly. Welcome a w. this i Its frosts rolled back la revere, to dla

light color; and with a simple border ID the barbing qo tloo of what was will be to many for when one comes to play the broad expanse of coatraaUsg

Greek! key pattern Introducing a darker to be or not to be good style for tile coming glance down tbe new color card It can material.

shade of the same wood all around. Tour season one icard a real deal .boat be seen Immediately that there la a red One of those little points whereby the

Simplicity in the Household.Recent medium size Tersion ru;:.. In softened the new silks their closer weave their; provided for just ab .t every poaoiblestyle Initiated ca. distinguish. totweea Ue

tints of age. are to be thrown on this heavier weight and b rr much t' leading and complexion coloring always excepting work of a flrst-clais and a second-rats

floor. The walls sod celling are covered tailors were taken with such for model the red-beaded girl Even fo. her tailor Is In the roll of those same revers.

Showings Exclude. Fussy Effects A Plea for with a glazed English chintz that repels purposes. though the dyer's art baa bees eseixUed. The better grade workman employs only
Simplicity
as the dust beautifully, the material being Well, the cat Is out of the bag at last for there are some of Jie rich dark red the! best of material aod Boding, sad

drawn across tbe ceiling In tented fashion and volla -It Is not a silken suit that that can be relied upon to bring oat all tile results do justice to his work. la SB
Both Fashionable and Hygienic. to the center whence bangs an old Venetian of the gold and the brown tints In her
Being silver lantern. Silvered sconces at appears as the general model but just Inexpensive suit cheaply put together
__ : hair to perfection aod so relieve her. la of
Intervals on tile wails provide tor iigntIng. a clotb one. the InterliDings are likely to be cheep
The young hoosewue Is apt to make a generation considered necessary to support walls and floor are tiled, so that the hose Cloth U' to be tha thing par excellence a measure at least of the reproach (b of canvas, wlllcb'creases and crinkle and

'*!"8h of her household goods; the older any claim of good taste or breedingis can be turned on and the entire room "The four windows have plain curtainsof wherever the tailor-made costume la concerned carroity coloring ooo lose its shape The made-to-order

d tad more experienced womaa II''rather nowadays eooaidtred to prove exactlythe thoroughly cleansed In a few momenta. bobblnet with the Greek key pattern There Is not a well-.urn Is Several of the new greets display a class of trade however use a good grade

lDot* than apt to refer to such ixMses'Io opposite. The rprlo tables and cur'.o Tbe floor U slightly Inclined toward one done In braid for a border those, hanging wardrobe anywhere that does not boast teodeocy to deepness and density of tone of princess bairciotb. with a lines warp.
cabinets, monuments of ugliness and where from a valance of carved coca bola wood. which will make them welcome to ail bat
u corner there is a run-off fir the often two
merely household goods. Such of at least one although more and altogether Inpervlau to Air or eves
a miracles of gliding, bare been relented water this connected with the regular The bed i Is of brass and onyx tbe couch The choiceof the sallow. It U usually only the WOMB
.difference does one little letter--anJ are found wooltex tailor-made to a good wetting The advastages of pay
that to the attic there to await a revival of waste pipes from the bouse. and chairs covered with the glazed chintz with clear skin and good coloring who
a cipher too-make In a passing oeJoit the flambnoyant epoch which they signal "All of the furnishings are planned for and only just enough furniture la tbe the welt-gowned woman r-. of course cal wear any shade -I greea at all aid lag for this eias of good enD thoogb

krfptloll) ized. With them too. have gone the jaultltndlnons easy removal and frequent renewal, '.ur- room to meet the needs of Its occupant.In for the latter number. A plain and 'some she decides this ve.na tint for they are among the snores parts of the
cow, when an of the shops Ire sofa pillows and coib'on/t the talns. both saab and full length, are pit- many less wealthy families) this room what severely cut one for mornlo shopping ere upon costume, la obvious at a glance.
Patting thing* in order for the coining lace bedspreads and pillow shams, the Tided In doubie sets so that there need would be deemed scant and bare ; but It and the like; and a somewhat more her autumn gown she would better be Fashion authorities have talked sod
ntnma the mantelpiece and 'be "O'cml- not be awkward Is entirely In accord with present commonsense tl* Parisian very sure. Indeed that the last vestigeof saort-watsted
and winter trade le exactly draperies any l Interval of bareness elaborate one. corresponding to at length sent the Empire
WM to talk with such proprietors and cons portieres which were once considered during the necessary laundering. dictates definition of demi-tailleur. foi afternoons I summer tan to say nothing of sallow effect luau we were to look for la a.
buyers as will so far condes--ead to en- indispensable ta even the most plainly Portlt'tt'l are banished as they bold too "In place of the oldtlme bedspread and and somewhat dressier 0l"<'&s10D1L ness or muddiness-has been! removed talon models. Well so fat one meat
"- tea the Ignorance of the ave:uge furnished home. They* nave gone to much dust. and require too much time pillow shams the bed Is dressed just as and from her skin and ('OmpleJ.1oD.I .
'(B.an' The more prosperous of those keep company with the a and IU course for necessary cleaning and their place It Is used. Plain linen pillow slips and But from the lightweight mohairs Brown, from the cafe-en-lalt tints right confe* that such bave proven tb._,...,

tree spent) the dull season that Is M>ln- dinner the plush tl'acownl'aD.I the" faded U taken by movable screens. Picturesare spreads of lightweight dimity-those Utter benriettaa to the closely wcvco mettoos on through gmut of brilliant conspicuously absent; quite oat of Iranalog. '
cadent with summer In foreign lands, not photographs of other and bygone days. few but good and the cluttering up sometimes decorated with a floral pat and the heavier coverts the sat. -Bnlaned. I \ coppers a* It were to the best talon
leathers tale rich
terra cottaa. a seal
for ..tUng to take a whirl through such The effect aimed at today U a dignified of wall space with anything that can be tern in colors-are tbe correct thing. Or broadcloths that come In tbe most lab- : made tile waistline I* posed at It* MI I

4oIDE'IItir sources of supply ss they are simplicity. The Dome U expectedto roughly estimated as decorative lade else a handsome Marseilles spread Is used Ing colon, cloth bock for the gown and I tint Is promised a very prominent placeIn oral' point. sad mark I* done to emptta. *)**
Reps to be a mirror of the taste of occupant cried. In tbe daytime this removed at nig at, moot of the model. Imported from .
i Iran upon the season through. Its trimming. Is altogether a U mo e. both Its length smi .04..n.... The
.., And the attainment 'of absolutely' "Quiet, restful and since Its weight is by no means commensurate Part and Vienna a strong leaning to the
Titer junior member of a famous firm i-f satisfying colors are And speaking of coloring; one mastI abort' wslsted effect rrlerrrd to baa bees
> bold hygienic aarroandlngs Is fnndamvutal to recommended Soft with Its warmth.Embroideries terra cotta shades la plainly evident tbe
yellows, dull
decorators let fall a few passing greens grstefnj that gray Is. for the one, at found far too trying for generalrear
remarks over the dinner table recently It alL Nowadays the boas hat has not and sober browns are most In favorwith rlchovM. of tint toned down with a Judicious '
They were gelined) and gathered hardwood floors throughout Is out considered : some of the less obtrusive rose and blue of several sorts, beading any rate demode Tbe sprlLg anu earlysuuimer amount of braiding b black, and. It has SD unfortunate teoJrory to mall

M foide wisdom by the scribe tor full worth buying. The plumbing mnst tints for relict Not that an air of somberness don with the finest and tiniest beads: displayed sac an overwhelming I perhaps, some little tooth< of either a log the sneakier spent rou.d sad eves
*. be of the exposed order so lost any or for this shade that it was a I bumped sod the ilor of the figure sow
knows that among people of dinginess U advocated. Not band lo-tbe soft and flexible popularity darker tint or of black IB velvet al cellar
>ls young artist's opinion on all little,fault or defect In the pipes ran te at all I But merely that the brilliant yellows tucks run by In of .foregone conclusion .;bat .the ek-gantes and ruffs to bei;' out the softening effect.The skewed oat of all proportion to aajr aotfe
detected and remedied almost lo.uniy. the kid. either singly or groups tbe I IB tbelr calculation lag of graceA
rf material household decoration staring reds, the vivid greens would Jl-ard It entirely conspicuously sad aolersa.ly becoming .
.Ishings! l Is absolutely law. and ;set of that expensive cabinet work! and peacockblues 'that expressed the art smallest-size! losertlpns! of lace and medallions *, for autumn and winter wear to little istoe w back. with several for tar new nkrt,"JII..i..I.tbey af all of
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surrounded the stationary ot the Victorian are- of.the wa'ys ID wbk-b thosetlready"expl'nalifl' them' fuller sod q'lltr a pro
lcty.; remarked the- artist 4eco- that formerly 'period are now recoXnlzed ; some ; cbltJou.aad allied fabrics. DOWPT** It Is sew feature to render Its cetera lb.
lavatory and bathtub Is altogether done as perversions taste and the Inevitable Items are made to'cost J..rlklU114PAa) a tjiirr.rtb eliffeumg Intrudwril
welcome don.UM
simplicity l Is merely the exprea- till to maintain a place on faihioa'sroster more Setting off. -a* It at the urat Sw far uv con
a discriminating taste and oow- awal;\Ylth., And the !kitchen II recogaised revolt, against such' has achieved even still more. The decorated glove ls hut roD<-erDIIIC our beat points of tbe wearer.. It la se ..pt -i>ofi.t} DOVP. ui-l ten the most',lately arrived non- as the heart of the home. lathe aonsrs III'relult.A .* an Innovation, but It seems to have made ; with that. side of their curtitelselves wonder that one retnrai to Iv, aeasoo Iud tap dues that were established. la
che baa swallowed and dlgeiced of those of comfortable'm.ar. more twins sense.of. space and quietude Is what; Its bid for fashionable tat-or, after season. One of IU latest manlfestatlons late summer seem Cur to Bold over
-tTbe accumulation of "ardcws: Is extended en this vital part, of the Is most Deeded IB tbe modern:bome rand good already atpresent their deeper and more complex Is IB conjaactioa with a tfmble- '..t..* the autumn

try ah. Tlnne" which ..former"V ,equipment than 'ever before,, ,1elIln&j:1.jsjjjjjjj .this la primarily. what ,the np-to-dats dee-. ,and- have. come to stay.' -, '. moolhL'h'
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PAG1 .. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING_ NOVEMBER_ _3, _1906Ip ._. _ __ ___ __ __ ___ -
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Ii CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY 1 1I C




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I from such drainage shall be consiaer- j D O I uuiei txmniy t aoifl one

..trH..S..SI .......................... ............ .. L. S. Brown & Co. ed by the Jury. I more terms of parts of tes of tti o Uf

; Eilgant Home Section 35. The Legislature may crt of recrd Any civl cau U

provide for the assessment of benefits the rerd may b b* vie'

r 1 derived by lands by reasons of fore a referee, o rn case e d4 J

i REAL ESTATE I DE5IIRA JLJB '"WE SELL LOTS." such drainage, and the collection I Qualification of the Judge of the coun the
$2 (b@
for thereof; the proceeds therefrom shall of record, may be tried by a judge si a 0'

be paid to,the, board of drainage commissioners liem may be transferred t tai
RESIDENCE be used by .them for court of Escambia tiome
to
Six rooms bath, gas electric lights, Thiesen Building Phone 918. county or o|
SALE i 1 lewer connection, etc., corner Jackson such drainage purposes. any other count in the same way J I 1
i FOR and Guillemarde, one block from Lee Approved May 27. 1903. according same provisions r

; Square. EAST ARTICLE XXIX. govern such proceedings in the cir i. a

of EscambLa cty. e

RENTS COLLECTED. AND PROMPT ) That Section nine (9) of Artfri five cur 47. Tie Supreme Court the

: RETURNS MADE. GREGORY (5) of the Constitution of the State ot the State shall have appellate ol 'p'
jur
; 2 large corner lot 107x110 feet, excellent neighborhood, i MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON : is3o.Oo Florida be and the same is hereby : In all at law >
; Dwellings d.ction cases
on Jbi
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: on East Wright street ........................................... $4500 CO REAL ESTATE MORCTAGES. $ amended so as to read as follows, viz: equity originating the and 1.
court
Seville ...$2100 00 WANT TO BUY A HOME ON INVESTIN $2500House "Section 9. The salary of each i ot record to
.- dwelling on East Zarragoasa street, near square i ii I ,and in cases conviction of
i room PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU Buys S house (colored tenants) ron Justice of the Supreme Court shall be in the court of fel tb
dwelling on East Intendenela street ..................$1000 00. EITH ER. West Jackson street-rentS for $-:.,00 thousand ($4,00000) dollars a tiny r rd Te ci
Large 1 story four
monthIf you will let us show you cuit court of Escambia 1
.
excellent neighborhood on East Hill, with lot W' WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY I per these houses end their location You jear.: The salary cl each Circuit hare final appellate jurisdiction shal

i 7-room 150 feet dwelling., tone walk stables, etc. ..........;......................$4500 00 : WE CAN SEL LIT. will buy them quick at the price. Judge shall Its three thousand five" misdemeanors tried in the aI

2-story, 8-room dwelling on Wright street, near Palafox ....,......$3000 00 Fire Insurance Placed in has seven hundred That the((53.50000)foregoing dollars amendment a year. to record. All appeals or writs cu ertwprosecuted o
.
from
the court of
6-room dwelling on corner lot on East Gadsden street, lot 120x132l/2 First-Class Companies. Section 9 of Article V. of the Constitution whether to the Supreme rrd

feet, with bath and gas ......................................... $325000 rooms/in nice neighborhood I is hereby agreed to and the Court Court o
: $1300.00. shall be submitted to the electors -cit shal b prosecuted i ta these
5-room dwelling desirably located on North Alcaniz street, with lot same way an- according to the
50x170 feet ....................................................... $2000 00 LESLIE E. BROOKS and is an all-right east of the State for approval or reJection rules as govern such proceedings sam* 1"t'
Tract from
: All of block 11'i. East:: KinO at the next general election of
6-room dwelling at Goulding, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of of Tarragona street. by Section the Circuit Court to the Sapne

land .............................................................. $2500 00 : proposition for $2500.McDAVIDHYER representatives as required Court. .
Real Estate I 1, Article! XVII of the Constitu Approved June 6, 1903 t'G

.. and Insurance. tion.Approved May 31. 1905. ARTICLE XXXII t'T


i | HOOTON & WATSON Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. $13,500.00 I ARTICLE XXX. (Article That the XI following of) the Cnstto amendment! to

| That the following amendment to tLe- State Foda be, te saa o
i i For 80\192 lot on Garden- street. near Article V of the Constitution of the Is hereby and sha'l 1 t be safc- t'j

THE RENTAL AGENTS CO. Palafox.We have several customers who want State of Florida, relative to tha Judiciary mUted t the electors of the State at

For '!'to buy houses and investment properties.If Department, to be numbered the election: in 1906 for rat fi.

: Real Estate. Insurance and Loans Agents New York I know you about.have it.anything for sale, let ,LUSII section 39 of said Article V. be and gener rjecto
and i
5srneI Life Insurance Company. I I" e same is hereby agreed Jo I Section branch of ths

:. No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. | 100 Phone EAST 700.GOVERNMENT Pensacola, Fla.ST.. II I: the snail State bs submitted at the general to the election electors to o f i:of Legislature, may propose at a regular aendmet sessfcj t Ji-r tin,


++... ..*.+............+...........+.. ............... I' II be he'd on the first Tuesday afte- I Cnstituto and sane i
$250000-For an Ideal Home. 514 North Salesmen: the first Monday: In November A. D., three-fifths 0 akmembers '

Hayne StreeL-a 7-room and hall .06, for ratification Or rejection to elected to each horse. .,
cottage, with Ml modern conv-en- Wm. B. .
HELP WANTED. WANTED. iences. a Jas. B. Perkins. Run/an.1 wit: proposed amendments sha:: be eater

Section 39. The annual salary'of) ed upon their rspti.e Journals *--ii
$3COO.OO-For 212 West Wright street avery of each of the Criminal
I1e: Judges the yeas and I st
Apply SIS North "TED-First-\d.'S\ bookkeeper and desirable 8-room and ball an sha b PUV
WANTED nuts" Advertisements.NOTICE hereafter tot
SALE Legal
FOR Courts of Record now, or lished in
By1en.WANTEDEverY. Snovlw all-around hustler; married man preferred residence wills large .lot one new i( 6"t
Address in own handwriting. Box e, established shall be paid quarterly I ty where a newspaper : ira'

Dentist in town to tell ; 661. City. 3no2tWAXTED OF ELECTION. by the county where such court is fo one month Immediately! pubie.;

hI. patients of the virtues of Chic WHEREAS The Leglsature of established: and shall be as follows: ]I!the next ,general election: of pr'u
To
3novlt rent a house on North Rt
lets. V HiU: with 6 or i rooms; will lease for Money to loan at lowest market rate 19Y.( ). under the Constitution of 1885,1 In counties of less than fifteen thou-,, sentUve at hica election 'the cane: t(

.AKTED-Evl'ry Mother In town to tell one jer from date of December 1. Address of interest. A NICE LITTLE of the State of Florida did pass five I sand population, one thousand dollars ;I to the electors of 5t<

her children how good Chiclets are. Pensacola investment Co. 3no2'WANTED Mortgages on real estate In this city Joint Resolutions proposing Amend ; In counties of from fifteen thou- the State to approval or rejectca
:Snorlt:
bought and sold. ments to the Constitution of the State! sttnld [population one thousand dol- of the electors
-To rent for six months nicely All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" I a majority TOts t.n
"...\ "TED-Half- m boy to work furnished house with four bed street now for sale. i HOrtE of Florida, and the same were agreed I 'ars; in counties cf from fifteen thousand -upon the amendments at such ere:
about the place. Apply 18 West Jack- rooms Address P. O. Box 443. 2novlwWAXTED 10 by a. vote.of three-fifths of all I to twenty-five thousand populalatfon -, shall adopt the amendments the

ton corner Baylen- 3No\3t --Experienced man wants position the members elected to each House; fifteen hundred dollars; In lon shall bee a part of the Constitution. P:

WANTED-GOOd man in each county to as foremen m planing miL! Best I that the vote on said Joint Resolutionswere counties of from twenty-five thousandto The proposed amendment'*

represent and advert0 co-operative of references. Address "A," Care Jour I I Four rooms and halt No. 231 East In- entered upon their: respective thirty-five thousand population two 1 shall be submitted as to enable 0

department put out sample etc. Old nal. lno\lw*.1 endencia street. This house is being Journals, with yeas and nays thereon. : thousand do'lars; and in counties of i electors to s vote each amendment
Fisher Real Estate I
established business house. Cash salary Agency thoroughly overhauled painted and the o
$21.00 weekly. Expense money advanced. WAXTED-VTo rent a slx.rooD! house in walls on the inside are being tinted. This and they did determine and direct more than thirty-five thousand population separately. All amendments adopt

Permanent position. Our reference I '& desirable neighborhood, by a permanent -I COLLECTION OF RENTS A will make a nice home and is close. to that the said Joint Resolutionsbe twenty-five hundred dollars! at the election at which this is s:::

Bankers NaUonal Bank of Chicago. tenant. Address Box 103.ISoctlm City. your business. Will sell on easy payments submitted the electors of the hereby repealing any and all part or mitted or heretofore adopted by',:.
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Capital J2.000.000. Address Manager.The SPECIALTY. for Election! in November said Constitution in conflict
State at the General parts of the '
Columbia House, Chicago, ILDesk1co. I electors are hereby declared a pan '
I. 3Nov4t' I WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St $1000.The 1906. herewith. the Constitution from the date of '!s
15c: dozen. I handle all leading brands! e
i June 6., 1903.
I HOW THEREFORE, I, H. CLAY Approved adoption of the same.
WANTED reliable nurse. Apply SO of wInes, beers and whiskies! and still 1
: North Baylen street. lnoWANTEDTWO manufacture that well-established cough CRAWFORD: Secretary of State of ARTICLE XXXI. Approved June 6, 1305.
medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragonaand HOTELS.BRIGGS northeast one-quarter of block 175.n the State of Florida, do hereby give The votes cast in compliance n
the New City tract. This place to just W (
Government Sts. lloi amendments to
dravmen at No Sand 10 That the following *
., across the street from Mr. Bear's new notice that a GENERAL ELECTIONwill said proposed amendment. and !*
West Intendencia street. ,Apply at j of the Constitution of the
Article V
inSt WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old 'HOUSE-300 feet west of Union residence. It is worth $1500. 1 will sell be held In each County in Florida canvass, and retina
once. _hats Made new. Cleaning pressingand Depot on Wright street; best location; I It for on Tuesday next succeeding the first State of Florida, relative to the Judiciary .I the shall be subjected to '

WANTED first-class dry goods sales blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. best rooms; best house. to stop at. Rates $1400. I Monday November. A. D.; 1906, tne Department to be numbered same and restrictions >*
man. None but experienced need ap- Panamas. 50c; Straws 25:; Felt. 35c; Mc per day. 21octlm* Sections 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 4o, 46 and
& Co. Derbys, 2iic."lrtor; Louis. 100 E. Inten- I 1 Said Tuesday being the SIXTH DAY are by law for Gene.
Louis Friedman prvde
ply. Apply to InovSt dencia street. All come in. Goctlra BROWN HOUSC-DeFunlax Springs. OF NOVEMBER for the ratificationor 47, of said Article V, be and the same the State of Florida. 1at

_ _ I I are hereby agreed to and shall be.sub--
Good beds airy rooms, elegant meals; rejection of the said Joint Resolutions IN TESTIMONY I so
WANTED-Assistant snipping clerk. I WANTED-AH owners or poultry to free bath and sample rooms. Special I mitted to the electors of the. State at WF .
know that we are agents for the cele J. W. Bullock Jr.Real proposing Amendments to the have hereunto set my affixed
attention to traveling men. Rates ha
%
able lumber. Apply to $ .O ll
Must be to tally be bald the
the election to on
Saunders Mill Co., Brent Road. Sloctlw. bratei Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guaranteed per day. 1. K. Brows Prop. -I Constitution of the State of Florida, general t Great Seal of State ti>
t, cure rupe coolers /cape and to 1 viz first Tuesday after the first Monday in the
Tallahassee Capi
: 41,
kill fleer lice and mites. Also their!
Frda.
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. wonderful eg producer. F. S. Mellen & HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the Estate and Mortgage Loans November, A. D.. 19ft6, ratification day of A. D. 1906
American and
European XXVTn. fir
The well-known Moler Sy"tEmC Col- :year. plan. ARTICLE to-wit Aug
or rejection :
Co. Phone No. 334. ISapr! .
rates. H.
Special summer First-class in' (
leges founded in 1895. located in fourteen '
leading. cities offer splend-d! -advantages, every respect. Pleasant and conven: Room 302 Brent Building. That the following amendment to Section 40. There shall be established ( Secretary of Safe
W.\KTED-.o\t once, a four or fiveroom.otiage. PI
Mrs. T. L. Bowen Article XVI of the Constitution of the
oualifled instructors lent. Prop., Pen sa- in. the county of Escambia
practical experience <' Must be close in and in good To J. C. Van Pelt, Sheriff Dscamba:
life scholarship ..cort e..f"diplomas, neighborhoodAddress 12*. Care lour cola. Fla. laapr Box 173. Phone 637 State of Florida be and it is hereby, whenever the voters of said county County.
positions and locations Catalogue mailed ral. 25sep agreed: to and shall be suhmttted to
Iree. Mol r Barber College, New Orleans BAY HOTEL Open night and day. European shall so determine by a majority of
plan Rooms light- and clean. the electors of the State at the gen AN ORDINANCE
La. 2Soct6t TAILORING 1..; Diamond Tailor the votes cast, on the question at any
I Gent clothing Ueanoil. and Transient trade solicited. 573-579;; SomiuPalafox. eral election, to be held on the first election. a court of record and
pressed general
repaired -I
Jos. S.
Mcolau. Prop. To Amend Section 92 of the Code
WANTED man to assist with housework on short notice. .No ll ii We?t ; Tuesday after the first Monday in November there shall be a judge of said court c
and tend to horse. Apply 619 N.Palafox. Government eL,' P''nsa'-ola. Fla. FOR SALE. I Orinance of 192 .
D for raiScatioa
A. 1906 or t
Corner Gadsrtcn :lSoct'AN'1'EDEngraver I I who shall be appointed by the Governor Be i O IT
reject'on.! of the City of Penjaoola:
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WANTED R. confirmed by the Senate
Bingham wants LOST. and
your FOR SALE-One nice revolving showcase ; 9! "ft ,
section B
Section 1. That
clock and jewelry moving and hauling lie guaranteesall for sale. 108 Section 32. The Governor, the who shall hold his office for six years .I
repairer. with tools. Mate experience. 1'hore 1/30. Apply to .East y..lghtstreet. Code of Ordinances of the oi P.;' '
ige and salary expected. The O. K. I breakage. LOST-A bag of Chiclets. Finder can lnovlw Comptroller the State Treasurer, the and whose salary shall be two thou-I cola, for 190:, b et. ran ,
I Drug Store Florala Ala. 20oct "TED-Carrtagf's repaired and repainted keep the bag if he returns the Chic- Attorney General and the Commissioner sand five hundred dollars a year follows: a
; floats Icilt to order; horse lets. Snot It FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen of Agriculture of the State of payable quarterly by the county of Seton 92. The sidewalks on 1 "i I
I &: Sons' piano in handsome rosewood Palafoi street. between w'tri'street
1\.A."fTED-Neat white I Kill to do officework. shoeing riage en.WANTEDThe.a specialty. J. G.relsh c u.I LOST-Sunday morning. liver and whit ase. A bargain. Piano can be seen Florida and their successors in office, Escambia.: The criminal court of. and DeSoto street, and on f'h tr

Apply room No 1, Masonic l!oct.J7AATED I pointer dog; liver spot on shoulder and by calling at the Handy Kitchen. 3oct- are hereby constituted and designatedas record: now established in Escambia'sides of Government street, betwt-M F-a el

l Temple. Merchants Transfer Co. hip; one side; of head and ear liver. tip a board of drainage comcus3.-onersi county shall, upon the adoption of len and Adams street and on tie nor! a
I wants your moving: and hauling. All of tail cut off. Answers to name of FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timber hereby authorized and side of Zarragossa stret. between -
-Carpenters wanted. Apply breakage! guanntee-1. T. B. Thors. 'Count." Reward for return to George: land. 12,500 saw mill ,timber and sawmill and are em these amendments become and be fox street and Tarragona street and -a' S
Goulding Fertilizer '::ompan-. 14oct Proprietor. Phono 9.S. Kupfrian. :nov!w. 32-roora hotel at a bargain. Sev- powered to establish a system of the court of record as herein provided the south elde of Zro street i IK- O
end good farms and town properties. canals drains, levees dikes and reservoirs -and all officers of such criminal court tween Palafox Brrk
black. WANTED-All inds of el trical work. LOST-A gold watch, charm. about the Write Gentry & Setterllnd. Chipley Fla. of such dimension and of shall be officers of such I street shal be eight (5) feet 1ldl'Se .1i'
"TED-Flrst-class carriage record
I sell aU kinds: of electrical batteriesand size of 2ac: piece engraved H. K.. on 22sept % Nothing herein c'
smith aad woodwo-k Good position other p'trical supplies When you one Fide and II. F. on other. Reward for depths, as in the Judgement of said court cf record and discharge the be to compel any person soS
for right nan. Addresf. John G. Welsh. need me ring; 315 or 95.; E. W. Peake. return to 449 East Main. :novlwLOSTLady's I SECOND-HAND SAFE for sale used board of drainage commissioners is dntlos and receive the emoluments ofench I having sidewalks complying with -\l'tii IIS'
Carriage Works, Pens-icda. Ma. Joct New Star Laundry Bldg. U. Garden. only one year. Address P. O. Box 492. deemed advisable to drain and TO.l4 ordinances) to remove them and to "ro ten
gold watch lost either W. S. I loo tor.. 12 EIntendencia.. Poet until the expiration of their present the to the width hereto provi.!*!1 Ia
; on J 4I.
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WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions swamp term of omce. now existing. sidewalk dummy or between d-immy depot and 3 \ I.I
BOARD AND ROOMS. wanted. If out ot town. ship Kandy Kitchen. Reward for return to FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwelling within the State of Florida, or Section 41. The said court and In bad repair and reul..e renen- aS
them to us; if in town. ring us up at No the Kandy Kitchen. 39oct excellent location near ice factory; such parts or portions thereof as is *I Sec. S All and (
34, or bring them to u* at cornor of : good trade large lot., good water, reason- Judge shall have exclusive original 'ordinance in conflict herewith ar ;*,''!. t
FOB RE T.af'ly fimished home on Chase: and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & able terms! at Mariarma. Fla. AddressW. deemed best by said board of drainage Jurisdiction of all criminal cases, cot { .
Barcelona street for ixnt. Phone 12.inoviw,. Co. ZajulyMISCELLANEOUS. ) E. Taylor. Chipley Fla. lOoctlm commissioners from time to time: eanita.t which shall> raise hi Ti .i Section 4. This ordinance' 'a) I a M If
MONEY TO LOAN. and to provide for the irrigation ol ; : -" effect immediately upon its ra"sa'' ",<
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I FOR. SALE-A pottery works With steam : cambia county ve in Es- approval. I
FURNISHED house to rent Owner to I engine steam drying room moulds;: tne Janos reclaimed ana to maintainsuch cambia county, concurrent with the Passed October 10, a
board with tenant. Phone :S5. or call and everything complete for carrying on canals, drains, levees, dikes. and Approved October 19O. I;
Circuit
5000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa Court and Circuit Judge of 1. 10.
It 1102 East GadsJen street during the $; Investment Company. SOoct business together with the finest bed of; reservoirs in such manner as will be BLIP-- I
ClAS.
cola said county, the same original ,
day. __ boy I MATTRESSES REVOV VTED-New tickfurnished pottery clay in Escambia county. Lo. most advantageous the territory so Jurisdiction Attest: Ma' If
If desired Guaranteed. Carpet YOU IDLE :MONEY In the bank ated right In the city. Apply to or address of all other cases and mat'ars C. MERRITT. Clerk-
HAVE ? drained the State of Florida its inhabitants E
TWO NICELY furnished rooms for rent. R. P. Reese. -
taken up and matting laid. Leave I can get you 8 per cent on the best ISseptf as the circuit court and circuit Judge -
and thereof. .
board the
with or without convenient :to privilege line.of bathand orders at Watson Parker Reese Co.'s. po&'ibl'se<"urity. Leslie E. Brooks, 112 FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN: -25,000 commerce cf said county. and the same-power to AN ORDINANCE
phone; car Address Wesley Duncan. 7septDH. South Palafox. oct20:! brick. one 35-horse: 'power engine, 100( Section 33. That the board ot issue writs of Ad
1202:: East Gadsden Mieet. 27oetlmoTWO 'eet' 1-lnch pipe. This"engine jus. tne commissioners mandamus Injunction, Entitled An Ordinance to Levy \

A. W. HERMAN. Chiropodist. MONEY LOANED on real estate and thing for a small saw mill. Address Box drainage are hereby quo warranto, certiorari prohibition Valorem Taxe For the Year of 19.
connecting rooms Imlshed suit room 301 Brent Building. 3d floor. All\ personal property on short notice. 103, Pensacola Fla. :Jloctlm authorized and empowered to cstab1'sh habeas corpus and all writs proper Be it by the Major and'' o 'i 1

able for light. near housekeeping business district; t'x'ellt'ntnelghbo..hood. Apply corns) bunions. ingrowing nails removedst'pntifi..lIy Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, 2SH South drainage districts and fix the and necessary to the complete exer of the City of Pensarol Flori(!. i. ,H ,
Section 1. hereto
without pain. Manicuringa Palafox St. Phone 1144. FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures boundaries thereof in the State of
phone fit*. 30octl w.I ; I cise of their Jurisdiction as the circuit upon all taxable real estate In the '"""* .
epecialt :2loctlm pool and tables. etc. In a fine
billiard That. the board of
Florida.
drainage
YOUR MONEY court and of the city upon all the J
I CAN LEND at eight location. At a bargain if sold at once. circuit judge o! said an n"K Jr
ROOMHandsomhfurn.h@'d.. southern TREES-Shade. ornamental cent. If you have any thltoU commissioners bf and it is authorized!j I property in said city own-!
fruit O
or Address box 103.
City.
exposure, all modern omveniences. 2% per SJjept county, except the power and autboriIty dt itSfollowing 1
residing in said :
trees of all kinds; also hedge plants want interest on. see me about it. It and empowered to >prepare> a list of i persons the "
Mocks Government.from postoffice Phone 705. Apply 236 28octlw West* furnished and planted by S. I). Jackson will be absolutely safe on real estate AUTOMOBILE or trade; nearlynew lists of all the alluvial or swamp and to summon and empanel a grand: taxes for the year of !:Or *
on terms to suit cu!!'tomers. Bert refer- security: Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. and in good condition will sell or '( Jury. For the purpose of the General .'nl
overflowed taxabl lands within such tax of five and ( *. :
ences. Address S. D. Jackson. City. for I II one-quarter ; 1' II
UNFURNISHED ROOMS trade: a good horse. Address J. C. Section 42. There shall >fprovbMng
THREE with
14octlm MONEY TO LOXN-Everybody borrows Srashears, Milton' Fla. eoctlm I drainage district or districts and be stt For the Police Fund for the luls" ,
bath. Apply :!2 West Etlmont. Sod money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. HVi levy thereon an acreage tax not exceeding terms of said court in each year. for police protection ">f (
monte ':oct WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We E. Government St. When in need call Section 43. There shall be for one (1) milL 1
are now in our new quarters 214 East on us.1I0"EY. ten cents per acre per annumto For the Street Fund for the "f'paio.1n4improvement
r.OOll5-FumishE'd or unfurnished! for Intendencia and prepared to do everything be fixed annually bysaid board of said court a prosecuting attorney wbc of streets park !Qua 1
rent. Privilege light housekeeping 254;; In wagon and carriage building: and :: LOANED on all kinds of personal GA., FLA. & ALA. RY. drainage commissioners, and tha various shall be appointed! by the Governor and (lsln and brid&t. a ta" m ",'Sand

East Gregory street Moct repairing. U. L. Herring City. 14octTAItRNCE property on short notice. Terms CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE tax assessors of the various and confirmed oy the Senate and wa.- one-quarter r (l\
J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romana. For the purpose of paying the int.'ton
FOR RENT Newly furnished; tront room.' & ADAIR. Livery. De- easy.Phone 1165. lfebUNLU.UTED Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta, counties embraced In part or In whole I shan hold hi* office for four yea the bonded debt and creating a
In private family southern exposure' Funiak; single or double teams, night Ga. within such drainage district or districts His compensation shall b fixed- by Ing fund for the payment of the prm ip.i
desirable neighborhood and near businesscenter. or day new rigs, good service polite : amount of money to loan shall receive such list or lists law. sum of the bonded debt, a UJ of rw '
Use of bath. gas and phone. drivers. Give trial. .hone 59. ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT and one-half (ZH)
us a on all kinds of personal property. Sp" ; Section 44. All offenses mil .
Apply to 422 West Gregory or phone U 8. ._ Coctlm and enter the same upon the tax rolii triable in Sec. %. Theme levied
clal rates to business: men on large to ht'by 'JJ.f
:2octlmTWO : loans. The New York Loan Co.. :204 U of the county or counties In which said court shaM be prosecuted upon all the taxable real estate the .
and West
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unfurnished DRAWINGS all lands; Hull. Engine South Palafox. Southwest. Georgia such lands may lie and the amount 90 information under oath to be filed Ly sid -city situated not mop thanthousand ,

nice. large R. rooms. for_ Patent Office machine and misc. made Florida.Via levied by the board of drainage: commissioners the prosecuting attorney, but the feet from' the nareft fire *'
rent. Apply to F. McGee'at Y. MC reasonable rates. Patentable ideas developed drant. and upon all the personal prop* .
A. rooms. 26oct Sail boats launches. AddressW. in such manner and formas grand jury of the circuit court for, in the city or owe by p 'sons resides:.

C. McGoinan. Pensacola! Fla., Sseptlm FOR SALE.FOR Lines Carrabelle may be prescribed by the board of sa'd county may indc for any offense In the city, purpse of ,.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent Steamer triable In the record. fund, to provide for the prot-ition of 1
drainage commissioners from Vine to Upon
with or without board Table boa..d.Phone. J. H. PORTER, sailmaker. 718 South city from fire, a tax: of two (:n mi:HSec.
gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. SALE Bridge 2= Fla.and. time which amounts shall be collected the fij-ding of such indictment the circuit -i 3. This Ordinance shall take ,f-
!: score pads >c:
locUm awnings!! camp stools and house cots. "500" pads 25c. Visiting cards w@'ddlngIn1taUons. by the various tax collectors of judge shall commit or bail the I feet upon its passage and appro*atSec. rrti-

FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 etc. Prices reasonable. 31jac tine stationery, etc. C. M. GA. FLA. & ALA. RY. the counties wherein such levees havebeen accused for trial in the court of I 4. All ordlnncf, or ordinance parts of arli

W. Chase street. 21oct Robinson IDS West Gadsden. Phone 798. made as other taxes are collected record which trial be upon Information. i nan< In conflict with thi
SHIP CHANDLERS McKtaxie rate, service to Tallahassee san i hereby
Oerting Representing Chas. IL l; liott Co., of Low quick rt'Pale-
FOR RENT with privilege of &. Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers Philadelphia. 3nov2w and Qulncy Fla., Bainbridge, Ar'lng in accordance with law, and pay I 10. 190*. .
ROOMS and grocers. Only first-class ton and Cuthbert. Ga. ever said amounts co'Iected the 1%. 1906.Cli.AS.
housekeeping; use of bath and house to Section 45. The clerk of said =
light .
of kind in city. Fair prices to all. For Rates and Information write to BJS
phone; on car line. Apply: 900 E. Jackson FOR S.U.E-One Bret-class turpentine board of drainage commissioners, said court shall be elected by the electors I' I. Iajor.

or phone 1457.: lloctlm CARRIAGES repaired an* repainted. timber farm. PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to Floats built to order. Horse shoeing Do not apply unless G .F. & P. A.. Bainbrldge.! Ga. to all other liens upon the taxabe -, for four years and .
board on North Hill. second door from a specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com- I crops more. :you lands In compensation -II In Escambia County Circuit Ct
Address box 77, such disTicts
mean business. De any drainage shall be fixed by law. sheriff I In D. "
address No. 8 of Florida-
car line. For particulars pan) 27feb Te tate Cr.nery.
Florida. Most "
12octlm Funiak Springs. he sold to be enforced by tax levy, forHIe of Escambia Wilson vs. Frank Nan
East Strong. 5 the ., .
by November 20th 1906. 2no>12 Pensacola St. Andrews and cost cf cuaty Sl his wife..Foreclosure of M '
MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Wil i any work done under theI executive officer of said and hisutes Bintley. ;".
FOR RENT-Rooms cheap; real newly lie Mims, Proprietor. Furniture repairing -! SALE Ten different Pensacola I provisions hereof, or done prior to the and fees court ]1 I gage. O Monday. the ith day of :!..
Co.
clean furnished rooms suitable! for of all kinds carpets Uid.. furniture FOR Gulf Steamship I I shal be fixed by law.I i vember. D. 1906. the defend....
souvenir of this "
light housekeeping on the hllL Location packed for shtjping. Phone 63.:: storm; scenes on POstal'rards STEAMER TARPON. adoption amendment under the Section 46. same rules of proicefiure Frank Brantley and Nancy Bnntle) .
high anl healthy. Close to car line. Next to Tampa landing. 22apri for ::ic. P. P. P., Box 236. City. 30oc W. G. BARROW Master. I I ovis"ons' of an act of the Legislature, and practice obtain in 1: required to appear to the bill Olled agalr: -i 0
Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 t.trtma. FIRST-CLASS PASSUNGKR A "DIFRI"IGHT I massed in 1903.Section ;;. the circuit whic *: them herein. This order t9 be puh.ISL
load fine horses .
FOR SALE-Car and county shall! earn week for eight I tonfcv
Phone 1213. lOaus MRS. JOHN CREARY has the agency!: for'IloleProof" SERVICE. cour o once |
Hosiery. With evenpars <6 mules Just received; also two mile -Between- I 34. That the board of obtain in record, and all :: weeks In The Pensacola JmJma
E= -, you gel a guarantee that they will, cows with calf. Can be seen at barn on PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHiCOLA i drainage commissioners be and it is;I lawg relative cur ot a1 conrts ol newspaper )1.bihf m saH r.aclba:
wear six months.. Phone. Si;, or call at West Intendencia street Turton & Me CARRABELLE. i>T. AN I authorized ;: county. A. : lJan! "Itk Ci.
FOR RENT. 0:1 East: LaRua. SloctlwII :Milan 2 t>o t DREWS. MILLVILLE.: '' to exercise the right niealinent : record, except a otherwise provided i Court. By U G. 1>. C pessa-.
( I And all points on St. Andrews Say. Car- domain in the condemnationnf I:1 herein, shall apply to and control the I I I'I i I t'Ola Fla.. Sept 14. 190 1eIa1.:
ALFM4.N-Tin, Copper and Sheet FOR PALE-One-half Interest In the -0.1 I, rabeile and Apal2chicola.I I lana for the Vcation: of its canals of record Chaagj of venue
I cr may
Florala, Ala.
: FOR l'.I'Tp. Bingham has storage Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights K. drug store Purchasermust SCHEDULE. room far 'tutmtaMe for funtt.ic a specialty; roofing, guttering and be competent to manage business. !I Leaves Pensacola Sunday 8:3 p. m.. 'I I record to i Is given that a meeti g of ne
hereby
or ether coot.::. 1,11 and 106 uth Tar- repairing. 109 East Government, opera Clean stock; cash trade. 11, II. Me- for Mobile Ala. for the purposes aforesaid and may. the circuit court if another county for stockholders of the IVnsaco'a & J' ratcna trt l' I..nn 39.: house building. Phone 1316. Zjunelm Dougald, Proprietor. 20oct Leave Pensarota. Tn*q day. *:30 p. nu. rater DOn take and use such land as i I1 the same causes, and under the laws f Railroad and Manufacturing Corrpanj gJ.

PANAMA CANAL EDITION ..f The for SL Andrews and Intermediate Sifllville. Apalncb'cola.Carrabelle points. It nmr pending condemnatSoa proceedings providing for changing the venue from I I b_ ., held 1SO.o at the IS oVVxk 7th lay a.o..No ai.'ernbr-the offl"
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I' Journal-a magnificently illustrated For additional Information .,>!>!v to d em necessary for suet i tbe circuit court one county to the of the Southern States Lumber ComP."",

: $5.CCO TO LOAN ON GOOD SE $5,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD SE magazine, containing ,scores of view of J. R. SAUNOCRS. l-srposjs. and in ascertaining the cons I circuit of o county. The I in the City of Peftsarol }lgrlds.
the city and harbor. Fo.ale -.t all E .R. COBB PresMenL pensalion to be for cour aoer. I FEf..NG1LMfieretry.
paid saca F.
CURITY. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CURITY. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT land oi i irtgbt ,
: book stores or at The Journal office. By General Frt. and Pas. Agt. Penaeola. may dseU! oder .
CO. of way. benefit to b* rived i the ..
CO.
? mail., 20 cents. IlKfit Pl* ; circuit judee of F.ba couty Pesrla F. rv,'!! 19 .


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MARKET .
REPORT OUTHl11N. j


ClaimsSustained IT UFT5 YOU ABOVETTHE CARES OF UFE COMPANY

NAVAL STORES. Manulacturi r of

Savannah Ga.. Nov. %.-The naval and Dealers ia
STATES COURT CLAIMSThe ttorea market closed to-day as follows PROGRESS LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIM.

UNITED OF EJT ..........................- ..:,.600 : aLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. '
Publishers of Webster's International ............... ........... .,..6 00 1:1 I: '
Dictionary allege that H"ls.In fact.tbe popular *. ... ......... ...*............'.540
I'nahndg'd thoroughly re.editedinevery ,.::.............. '; .... .... 4 90
detail; and vastly enriched in every part with ?;. ............... 4 60 Just Received. -

"t andtteI'ue purpose of requirements adapting it of to another meet the genera larger ,j'1':::::::::::::::::::::::::....4l0to4l9.:..:..:4 420 12% : (fWIOBIhE BU6It i.j6IN i. The Tradesman's Weekly'j S Dill Imported Pickles.Macaroni. Saner Kraut.Sweet Mackerel Ott. Cheeses.Cod' f.

W e are of the and opinion that this describes allegation the '' ............................40510412% Review of New'Industries Fish. Pigs Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot
accurately
taost clearly 5 ....... Bread. French Bread. .
that nas been accomplished I and the .. ...............402to4OS. Navy Everything
vork that baa been reached. The Dictionary, .' ..........3 '5" to 4 00 : fresh and new. ::1
resut I ItJIted :: ::::::::: :::: Witch Hazel $1.00 galkm. w
a. it now stands, baa been thoroughly re- c ; ..........390to395. I.I I. in the South. per 1
in every detail has been corrected in spirits: Turpentine 66% cents. 18 4paf I Marine Grocery Company.. "
and is admirably adapted to meet
t\nf part = V. J. .
VIDAL.
the larg-er and severer requirements of a PENSACOLA COTTON ? ARKET. Gives men health and : -9' s Manacer. .1

rf ncrauoa which demands more of popular The following! Pensacola cotton quotations I Chattanooga TeniL. Nov. %.-The ac-
philological" knowledge than any generation are furnished by J. P. O'Connor & Strength to surmount all I Ij i companying list authorized; by The
that the world huevercontsined. C- F. O. B. cotton brokers. Pensacola, : t. Tradesman, repiesents toe }
Ii is perhaps needless to add that we refert i:. j difficulties. A pure high i more impoi r
tant industries estaulis.ed in ,
toe
new
the( the highest dictionary authority in our in judicial accuracy work of deflnition. as of- 3ood Middling.................... ....10% I grade gin that has won aoutbern; ;states ouiing the Vote.lt endin, rup THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO:

*. and the that in of the constant future asinlhe reference.past it Middling'%* Middling......:::::::::::::.::::::::....10 10% \ great favor. Popular t: .apiuuued vv'emneoday.of tu Among r&e are tue a ).OO.OIIII mure buuame liea>u., "It'. APALACHICOLA FLA. f ;

wul M source CHAXLCS C.KOTT,CUrf J-tic.. strict Low Middling ....... ...........9% everywhere. Sales enor- ; ana loan company in Florida, a $IVM>,WV S :
I <:construction company in louisiana a$150UuO ? Beat flavor Manufacturers el '
LAWBE JOHN DAVIS.CTA1'ON WELD02T, I New York Cotton Market. I mous. Every man needs : coal m.mns company in AjUsouri, '
J.I'EELt.E.CIUlU.U Open. H:gh.t Low. Close it. it a $125,000 oil and .guano company in to ,, becauseit
C. liOWEt January ....100 1008 991 993 Try today. :: :: $
\ Nortn Carolina, a uwvoO power company \
.. ,.. i March .....10.%: 10.23 10.07 10.09 and a ,tIO\I.OUO tie and equipment 70U'a I' ( is the Cypress Shingles. ? :
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May .10.31 10.33 10.17 1021 All good dealers jell it"B&B" -
The dban refers to WEBSTEITS I It v o..v ember ..10,00 10.01 9.!86 9.8* lumoer inVest The '
INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY Liverpool Spots 5.80. Atlanta 'Tradesman company, complete list for Virginia.toe week is4.S BestWhisKey %"x4"x18" I
Mew York Spots 10.40.Grain II; r "xS"xiS"Cypress
follows t } %
A.abama.La 1 'e dt.d
THE GRAND PRIZE Market.
Wheat- I Pine-$3.004; saw milL Tanks of &'l DescripLona
'thehijrhest award)was jriven.to the International -- -- Birmingham- JjO.UW;; ) sand and supply )
) !\ and Price LstI
orUfs FIur.ISt. Open. High. Low Close. Write for Catalogue
at the Louis. ?
Jecember ....Ts 7a% 74% 74H company; ; II.W development company. ? A
Jay ..........79U 793 78T!& 79 Annision-Amusenieni company.: '
GET THE LATEST AND BEST Corn- ----- ;'>ortn BlrmingnamOOO land com _

December..Open....43% High.43% Low.4P43t Close., GULF GuY C9FEE? CO. pany.CentenlUe-J20.000: land company. 'iri) )

roe will t e interested in our May ..... ....44H 44% 441, 44% Arkansas. I I
,p< H. P. CUI PM AN, Manager. ;; line -
WDSTa'S Open. High. Low. Close. tt. Smith-Laundry. ; $ 0,011II pipe

C.&C.MERR1AM. December ....33T4 33!, 33* 33V4 F asters, blenders and Shippers of company.
PUBLISHERS, It'11OMRY May ..........35U % 35i.55i/ Aiden-$25,000 lumber company. TOP WHISKEY
SPRINGFIELD MASS. ". .... __._. Jonfsooro Lumber com ny.Argenta$10.000 RED: RYE CARNIVALNovember
New York Stock Market. Fine CoffeesOUR investment company.
Open Close. Hot :kpnags:; -$100,000() land company. is aped in charred casts ra warehouses flooded with sunshine distilled from Vest Nottbera rjre.
.- Sou. Pac. ........... ........ 91% 91% COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL ilanstielU-J2 ,WO land company. selected by a member of the fins and Incest aster from wells soak hundredS of feet mid solid
Copper .............. .......110% 111% F.critia. limestone. Goes to the heart,not to the: kead.--Irs*}tJyo "
; A. S. R .................. .133% 134 GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TR'AU. Gainesville-Two ice factories. a Sons 5-10 1906.
The Storm Atch. ................ .......1011* 1014 bt. 1'etersburg'be0,000 building- and Ferdinand Westhelmer aadaiwa; ,0.,L.slsrUIsSy.st.JMPB MS. ,

A. R. .......................154% 155i; loan company.
I IWe It R. T. .................... 78% 80% I Oxford-Crate factory. j
B. & O. ....;......... .118'} 119% Georgia. i SEABOARDAIR .
Erie ..................1.1.II 43% 44"iI Cornelia-Electric I:ght plant; water ,
all of C.F.L ..................... 51% 52: % works.
now have our U. 8. .;..................... 4? 41% Marietta-ijOOO.laundry. !need have no terrors for you LINE RAILWAY ,

docks working U. S., Pfd ...... ..........lObS% 106U. ", iiUfACTURfs STILS :savannah-Lumber company. WASH DAY if send
I storm-beaten S ....................... 34 35% Indian Territory. you your washing ANNOUNCES A RATE OF '
L. & N..1(3% 144 Sulphur-J1Q.UOO cold storage plant.
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and to dock
are prepared Lead ....................... 75% 76 Kentucky.Earboursville The New Method Laundry, ONE FARE
vessel from 100 to 3,000 I M. P. ........;.............. 94 94% 9- -Mines; $15,000 coal corn- PHONEtJ88 E. W. LAWREN CE. rope* Method laundry. Bid j. *.lIJuun
am I. a ........................172H 172% pan)'. Plus 25 cents to Jacksonville and return
short notice. We Can. Pac. ..................175V* 175 uuiS'illo.OOO lumber company. AGENTS WANTED. for the Public, and one cent per mile
inn on I N. Y. C. ...................127% 123% Louisiana. -----.-- .--- for Military Companies and Brass
solicit estimates from P. 0 ....................... 88% i3% Winnfieldlii,11hardware(\ company; Bands. Rate apply from all Agency
cap- Reading ...................152:!% land and lumber company. ---------: Stations on Seaboard In Florida.

and owners of vessels' St. P. ..................;..172 171Ts Baton Rouge-Ice and cold storage I
iams R.L ...................... 27% 2S% plant.
docking and re- S. R. ....................... 34 34% Lake Charlf&-$10.00 lumber company. '
requiring T.C.L .....................160 160 New Orleans JlOil.OuO construction DATES OF SALE. 4
Penna. .....................144% 141* company; i lIIIOO filter company. The First WealthSaving
pairs. U. P. .......................182H 182S Hickory-VVareuouse VA & company.. Step to November '5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

OLUNGER & BRUCE WITCHER, ZEMURRAY & CO.'S DAILY. Columbus-$1 .WO canning factory.HattiesisargVpodworkthg plant. .

COTTON LETTER.
Weatnerebj-Saw milL Final LimIt All Ticket, November,
Pen3acola..,'Nov. 2.Cables this morning Missouri.Joplin .
DRY DOCI COMPANY showed the opening in Liverpool to be I -Mines; mineral development is the first step to wealth. The man of 1906.
quiet at 4 to 5 points decline, and closed ,company; $!O.OOO> mining company.
MOBILE ALA. easy at a further decline of 3 to 4 points. SHIPPING NEVSArrived Kansas Cit)-tiov.oou\) plumb.ng supply wealth became rich thro the saving of his first Can on your ticket agent
Spots quoted easier with moderate busi- .company; $150,000 coal company; $o O.t. t
I."** Joins- ales 7.000 bales at 6 points hut coal"company $21,000 traffic and 'leadcompany dollar. If he had spent all he made he would S. C. BOYLSTON Jr., ,lAn't
.naval stores I
decline from yesterday's prices.In -- ; $iu.OfK company.St. .
New York December opened at 10 Yesterday. Joseph-$5,OUO amusement company. have lost his opportunity to Gent JACKSONVILE Pan Agent.

cents and January at 1005. During the HelslnRburg Swed ss, .fechriel. .1422 Webb City-Grdvel company. I J
morning session the trading ranged HueHa to I flyer' Bros: Carthage-$59OuO( mining company. JAS. F. TAYLOR. '
Coal and WoodWe of these Carolina. Traveling Pass. Agent. I
within a few points either way Cleared Yesterday. Nortn
figures slowly selling off to a low point Domira. Br ss. KedUie, ..oioi.. for Rotterdam Durham-Chemical works; lumber com- Make MillionsBegin I TAMPA.EDWARD. .
for January of 9.91 and 9.86 for December.At with 2S9.14S s ft sawn Umber, ;50; ,-* pany; luO,000 hosiery miU.
these figures! supporting orders were 532: s ft lumber: for Liverpool, with. 495660 : ,- WashlngtonlattrE'ss factory. F. COST, ;
in evidence and a moderate reaction en- .8 ft sawn timbw. Granite Ialis-41004'ilO lumber company. V 2nd Vice-president.' I
deliver Ice. Coal, Charcoal and sued. The market closed steady but Sailed Yesterday. \\illiamston-J ft(J.* land company.PetoPs2kHiii habit One dollar doesit CHARLES B. RYAN
the
Wood anywhere in the city. We can quiet. August Belmont. ,,Br ss, for Bremen. and guano com saving to-day. Cen'l Pass Agent.PORTSMOUTH )
supply you in any quantity and our Miss Giles to-day published her reporton pan). and it begins at once to work for youfourper VA.
Service is always conditions. giving her figures as 70. VESSELS IN PORT. Mov:> -Lumber company.
promptSteam This is against her figure of 66 same day I ,OK.ahoma. twice
and Domestic CoaL. last >ear. Her figures up to October 16th Steamships.Asuncion Elk City-$6'.100 creamery. cent compounded a year. \

Wood Cut Any Size. showed the conditions to be 63.4. and I de Larrinaga. Br ES, Kramer Oklahoma City-$1,000,000) mining company -
her report to-day shows an Improvementin 263.: Kosario to Guif Transit Co. ; aO,000 novelty works. NOTICEThe
the condition from that time of 1.6. Barendrecht Dutch ss, Hoekstra, 2092, Kinghsner-Telephone system.
E. G. SEWALL The market remains disappointing to Gultport to Cary & Co. Gutnrie-$5,000,601); power company;
bulls, due to heavy offerings oy the bear Benedict. Br:ss. Roberts 1158!!, Kingstonto I $100.000 laundry} ore mining company; Woolley Sanatorium the only Institute
crowd and" the continued 'favorable S. P. :Shotter Co. 1,000,000 mininsj ompany.; *2.>.000 manu- In the United States where the I
Phones 614-363. 26 N. Tarragona St. weather but we cannot help but feel I I Grads Span ss Ruiz. %558. Liverpoolto facturing company $3,000,000 Ue and Opium Cocaine and Whiskey habits .
I that a large short Interest has been built Gulf Transit Co. equipment company; $::,500QOO cement I FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
; that th .m9rltt. 4 I can be cured without exposure, and
m K7An-in.v mfnji up. X>'C bas now had, a steady decline of over leans to Gulf Transit: Co. Law ton-J30.0W totted company. with so much ease for the patient Only
-Legal Advertisements.AN S5 00 a bale with practically no reactions. Kirkstall, Br ss, Hindo Colon to bhawnee $2,000,000 mining and milling PENSACOLA FLA I 30 days' time required. Describe r
any bad weather or other bullish factor Master. coirpany.
a sudden upturn. ; Shrewder-$5 000 ,telephone system. i your case and I will wr te you an
would we think. cause Lewisham, Br ss, Gavin. l711!;. Rio Janeiro
ORDINANCE Middling New York quoted to-day at to the',"m. S> Keyser Co. I South Carolina. Designated Depositary of the United States. opinion as to wha. I can accomplish
unchanged prices. Quiet. Tugela. Br ss. JsichoU. 2141, Cardiff toIL Greenwood-$aj>oO handkerchief factory. for roo. Ask your faith: physician I
Relating to Electric Poles and Wires. Port receipts for the. day all ports 60- Baars &. Co. :, ca'I'Shlps ('.1o'o'erOOatton; \ g.n.. to investigate. Dr. B M Woo'ley; {04 f
Tennessee.
Be It of Ordained the City by of the Pensacola Mayor:and Council 214. Pinson-$12,500 pottery. W. H. KnO"' es. PresMent. W. K. Hyer, Jr.. Vice-President and Caihier. N. Pryor Street Atlanta Ga.

Section 1. That within sixty days Sells More of Chamberlain's Cough A-vanti. Nor ship, Anderson, 1648 Lon- Bristol-$12,000 bottling works. I Thos. W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier.: ,
after written notice by the City of Pen- don to order. C&1attanooga-O.OOO;; land company. I Directors-F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hyer Jr.. .
saeola to be given not earlier than January Remedy than of All Others Put, Ferreira Port ship, Barros, 506, Lisbonto .1cml'hls-$10OOO crate factory D. G. Brent.
1. 1907. any person or corporation Together master. Isashvijle $25,000 power conipiny. .
transmitting or causing to be transmitted merchant at Canada. Br ship, Spurr. %:!37. Rio I ,Texas..' DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
Mr. Thos. George a Lumber Co. \5'eatberfoed.4to0 gas ,and power
electrioity by wires along or across Janeiro to Pitch Pine
Mt. Elgin Ontario, : "I have had Nor Dannell. 1260 Ant- __ v. _
streets alleys. or public places within says Ingrid, ship "''' '
the territory in said city. bounded on the the local agency for Chamberlain's. werp to McK. Oertlns & Co. :'Dillas-$I O.OOO' general utilities company -
South by the South line of Main street; 'it introduced Lena, Ital ship, Tassara, 1581, Londonto $25,000 mining company. l
oa the North by the North line of Wright Cough Remedy every since was order. Kl Paso-$10.000 auto company.
street on the East. by the West line of into Canada, and I sell as Barks. Brj' -$50000 cotton compress. c.y.. u WAR.Fresident JOHN. PFEIFFER. Assistant! IiJt.WJ.
W. ANDREWS. Assistant Ciliur
Tarragona street (which street is excepted much of it as I do of all other lines Afredo Uruguayan bk. Maragas, 987. Beumont -$10,000 oil company.' k. E.CUKK.Vict-Prtsident and Cashier. T. G. YATES, M. D.,
from the operation of this ordinance Palestine-Ice and cold storage plant.Midlothian .
Montevideo II tl Thornton.
), and on the West by the West I have on my shelves 'put together.Of Alfmld. TSwed to bk. Svensen, 1332, Durban : -$10,000 oO 'company.HsllettsvilleAtnUSemeflt '
line of Baylen street and also on Palafox the many dozens sold under guarantee to master company. THE AMERICAN 'NATIONAL BANK Optician. I

etreet between the North line of Gads- I have not' had one, bottle re Andrea. Isor,bk, Quale, 114. Durban to Amarilla-$25,0tt lumber company I
den and the South line of Pine streets Austin-$25,000 telegraph company. 306 Thiesen
Shall begin the work necessary to.place turned. I can personally" recommend master.Avon, Ital bK. 'Avegno, 1477 Genoa to Brownsville-$8,000 cotton gin. cr PCKSMCOLA. ri4 Building.Twenty .
such wires In conduits to be furnished by this medicine as I have used it myself master. Paris-$5,000 cotton gin. .. '
such person or corporation underneath' and given it'to my children and Campbell. Nor bk. Ilausken. 1100, Ft. Worth-$10,000 manufacturing com Opera House Building. Specialist.year experience Examination as free.an Eye
the surface of such streets, alleys. or
& Co.
Stavanger to McK. OerMng pany.
public (except where such conduits always with the best results. For West Virginia.
places
Nobk, Jorgensen 537,
!
Chacma
Ausfeld M.
Frederick F. Blount.
have already been placed) and shall complete sale by all druggists.REMOVEDTO Fleetwood to o aer. Wheeling-$50,00* medicine factory. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
the placing of said wires within Hereford. Nor bit. Jensen. 1380,' Rosario Eckman-$2aO,000 mining company. AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
such conduits within 210 running days ROOM 302 BRENT to order. Fairmont-$44.000 bottling works. (Al! ITAL STO.K, {100000. SURPLUS $60.099.
after such notice and after such completion $100,000 cement block Architects
BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK Heimdal, Nor bk. Hensen 1354 Hullto Huntington-
no wires. poles or other structuresor order. works. O.RECTORS 312.314 Brent Bldg.. 43 Moses B' -
appliances above the ground shall be JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR Humberto. Span. bk. 1111 Battle. Ha- Mannington-$25,000 lumber company; Pensacola, FU. Ala.
permitted> ia said territory for the carriage PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. vana to order. $10,000 perfume manufacturing company. Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Reilly. F. C. Browner.C. .

$f electricity: of electric, except wires posts or the and transmission the necessary Isabel Browne, Rus bk Lindquist, 1231.. Morgan town-$100.000 oil and mining J. M' Ffeilfer, W. S, Rosasco, W. Lamar, WM. A. BORMANS,
$5,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD SE Hull to master. company. 1. F. McGourin J. R. Saunders,
attachments thereof, tubing and Kink Oscar II, Nor bk Johnson 752, Parkersburg-$1,000,000 lumber com Bi>an Di nwodyt
rabies!, and overhead wires from distrib CURITY. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT Rosario to A. Zelius. pany. 1-. N.. Aver. W. It. Milton.Cr. 0. E. Maura Architect and Superintendent

sting posts to subscribers' stations used CO.Real. Lilla Nor bk, Aanocsen, 1030, Santos Y. L. Cewihon \\. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oerting Office -305 Brent Building,
lii electric wires in said conduits
connecting
( .
I with buildings. lamps or signal to LJuis.order.Uruguayan bk Lopez 700 Ha- In Time of Peace.In Alex Jk clcMin, C. N. Covin<,ton, 'I. E. Clark. Phone 823.SECRET. Pensacola Fla.
boxes on or adjacent to the street in Estate Transfers. the first months of the Russia I I
I *hlch such conduits are laid; such posts vana Maria to, order.Ger bk. French 1922, Kings Japan war we had a striking exampleof taW) HIUhH: :'ei nr ti'M: $KJ nc :tUC :te jeer hints abutment

I I ball be located only at such points as Following is a list of the real estate Lynn to master. the necessity for preparation and m uttcd.cn; icr the cenvtnitnct of customsr SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA .
are for the distribution
necessary proper transfers recorded yesterday furnished by Marina )Madre Ital bk Simonotta I
c>f such electricity to such buildings, of those who
so I
the early advantage
the Pensacola Abstract Co.: liga Genoa to order. Fci interest Paid on Time Deposits
I lamps t or boxes and only I under the supertision DEEDS.A. Negpore, Nor bk, Ojerdsen 112S, East to speak, "have shingled their roofsin r percent LODGE NO. S.
of the Board of Public Works.
A. Fister to John BurnetteThesouth London to A. Zclius. PenacoU Lodge No. 3. K. of P.
L bee:; 2. That nothing in this ordinance % of lots 11, 12, 13. and 14, block Noach VL Swed bk, Burgfeldt 1S60.:: dry weather. The virtue of preparation I meets every Monday evening at 7:30
, stall: apply to poles. wires, conductors or 320. New City Tract-OO.OO:: and other Port Natal to order. has made history and given to o'clock At their temporary Castle Hall
apparatus necessarily used by street railway valuable considerations. Olivari Ital bk, Costa Genoa to order us our greatest men. The individual oVerPous ..t.tbl.i! est Intendencia SUVisitiuC
companies in the operation of trolley; .
brethren welcomed.E
cordially
Jr. to Ralph G. Bush- .
tars in said territory as now authorizes:; nell-All J. \V. Bullock.of block 18, East Pensacola addition Pallas. Nor bit Johnson. 1219 Plymouth as well as the nation should be pre- THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK H. DENNKRD.' C Cl

I II ly i.* construed ordinances to of prohibit the City.the nor use shall of allrrce it -$1.00 and other valuable, considerations to A. Zelius. pared for any emergency. Are you --H. HOnSLtR K. of B. & Si
l>k. Ulich 1934 combat the
<=bary manholes connecting the sur- ; Superb or Antwerp prepared to successfully PENSACOLA KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
'
fee of the streets alleys and public Geo. \V. Wright to C. $80 W..00.Lamar-Lot to A. Zel'us & Schooners.Co. first cold you take? A cold can be -4 Meetings of tbKnights
llaces with the said conduits but suchuni'ol 28, St. John's cemetery- quickly when treat Safe and Conservative ,ItW' of Columbus
cured much more Business Conducted on .I
Donna Christina. Am sen. McLeod. 163 A General Banking
3 shall be authorized whereernl""II."ary. .itnjs are held at tleir' haJL
I at locations approved by the REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT Belize:; to master. ed as soon as it has been contractedand Basis. No. 8 West InUnden-
I lIvt.r: of Public Works BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK Domi-a, Br sen. Reddle, 2001,'St. Lucie before it has become settled .in, cia street on every
&*. 3. That If at any time after any ESTATE. LIST YOUR to master. Chamberlain's Cough Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. Monday evening at 7:SO
REAL
the system. 'Correspondence
I fi'tug( of any of the streets alleys or JR. treUuie Heucken Am sch. Bryant 47$, o'clock .An .Inrlta-
paUir places within said territory shall PROPERTY WITH.ME. _FOR SALE. Havana to master. Remedy is famous for its cures of tlon is extended to

, nan be n done by or under authority of colds' and it should be kept at hand visiting Knlehts
th I'th. it shall become necessary for Tickets May Be Delayed. S5.CCO TO LOAN ON GOOD SE. for instant use. For sale by I -- JOHN B. JONES.
*"' erson or corporation transmittingeiectrt York Nov. 1.-There is doubtin CURITY. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT ready J. S. LEONARD Grand Knight
New
in is aforesaid to remove repair all druggists. City: of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. Recorder.
CO.
i 10 aif' ''Ir ." locate any of its poles, or the minds! of the members of the '

, nianh" 'lea ..abIes or conduits. and thereby election board whether the ballots REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT Denominator,, $1 00000 each. Dated, January 1st, ,.* Maturing January ,?.' DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. .
1lpa < any of such paving suchterson for Tuesday's election can be printedin I BUILD'NG.! JOHN. W. BULLOCK. 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1st. 1923. Interest Payable Seml Annua. ly. Naomi Lodge. No. 10 Daughters ofReberca.
-orf-oratkm shall, at his or its BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE meets eVery Monday, sIght' at
ezfens and time. Never before has so short -k-- REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR WE OFFER FOR Ari fUSTEO haJJ'iBit1
1'"f' |la..e any paving aisplaced JR. IN < SUIT PURCHASER. 8 o'clock in L O O. F. .
put It in i>. good order and condition as a time been allowed the' printers to i PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. sisters cordially invited to be preoeat.MR .
, befur dispiaitment, and In the' event' of .amount of work HIt Will All Come ?. J. T. PUL.UAM. N. aMRS. .
bls ""f IK failure so to do within a rea- get; out the enormous 1 TEMPERATURE 72; The Bank of Pensacola HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec.
", admtted: earl MAXIMUM Peoples
'"if time the City may do so at hisOr before them and it was ,,
'tspene. this morning, when the decision Oi i I MINIMUM 48 DEGREES. RATHBONE LODGE NO 30.
,,s* ,. That any person or corpora- received I I Pensacola Fla. Rathbone Lodg J o, 30. Knights of
'," fu salt the court of appeals was Out in the Wash"that 1 1I night
::ng or refusing place the Th emaximnm .temperature at Pen I Pythias meet every Thursday at
'.* 'I'' Hires in conduit underground. in that only by the exertion! of every energy 72 degrees at I Castle HilL Members of sister lodfMand I,
?&M territory within the time herein ber. could the ballots be in the voting ; sacola 'yesterday was visiting brethren .'Ol""Ilally Inv:t.4i
I while the minimum was 'I i J. M ROPER. C. Cot
limited, or any person or corporation Tues 2:10 p. m., to attend.
when the polls open on I
places 8. .
i I ?ny' *:**>.1 i posts time. or erecting other structures or maintaining wIth- day morning. 1! is if you send it to 49 degrees at 6:30 a m. date the ..+.+t,4+...............**+......otf......' ..O........ { C.J.LEVEY.Kfl. A ,

f;. said( territory for the transmission of actual 'work of printing Is 'a !i Last year on the same 1 i 1 )I. E. B. A. No. SL meet first an*
!,*:Jnd'! :.. except as permitted by section The task. There must be printed the right laundry. In maximum temperature was 64 degrees il =- vv-a: : ? : third Wednesday erenl.if West at 7:30 p. o&.
Iall! pon conviction be fined Twen- big minimum 48 degrees. :- Rafford HaU. No. 11). Intendencte
. \J-5:: .OO) per day for each day of I 3.000,000 ballots and they ,are to be Pensacola the and the t. : street A. G FELL. Prea.
c refusal dis right in a savings bank at 4 :: J. L. SWEENEY. Secy
,,'ntinuance of such failure or divided between 1,487 election Croup.A Deposit your money ,, __
1 i rh"' continued existence of such I tricts. is that, the Pensacola Home and Savings : LODGE NO. 4. I. O. O. F.
I rf i.'tea or other structures above laundry reliable medicine and one per cent., when : PENSACOLA
\ : Pensacola Lodge No. 4. I. O. O. F..
I liD L in the home .
.I I should always be.kept Association will issue paid-up: stock : 1 Thursday evening at 7.It
;; That all ordinances or parts P. WILLIAMS CO. Chamberlain's i : you meets every
1.t Is :
and J. for immediate use at the new hall on Belmont an : Tulnances herewith be
V .* same are in hereby conflict repealed. IN BRENT BUILDING' The Star Steam Cough Remedy. It will prevent the! bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum, payable I,,i I vited.streets. Visiting R R. WIT brethren 1\..)VSKT.cordially N. 0.I tnI -

sssd October 10. ! October 1906.
It.
BLISS. The J. P, Wiliams Company has re hoarse. or even after the 'I
CHAS. H. Laundry DeSILVA, A. GREENHUT. J. S. Reese. R. M. CARY.
" ttt' Mayor. moved its offices to the new Brent croupy cough appears. For sale by H. G. Vice-President. Treasurer. Secretary. w.o.W.
. f*. > PresIdent\ Live Oak Camp No L W. O. W:_
___ E. MKRRITT. Clerk. building and now occupies three all druggists. t Dil'ectors--H. G. DeSilva, A. Greenhut. Knvwle .M).r, A. V. : Meets ta Pythian hall the tot tad 3rd
I EMOVED 302 BRENT rooms 376,, 378, 380 and 38%. People 37 E. Garden St. Phone 114 w Clubbs C. H. Dorr O. E. Maura, Sol! Carn.t .. Wednesdays In each montb. Visiting
TO ROOM
) ''S-DING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK, business with this companyare I'I'having Pensacola, Fla. $5,000 TO PENSACOLA LOAN ON GOOD INVESTMENT SE.- : 43 South Palafox. ... Civereigna cordially F. A.Inrited BOGHiriL C. C.

REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR requested to note the change and CURITY.CO. ... .. .. ......... .. ............................. LESLIE E. BR OKS. C "I k.I .
:3PERTY WITH ME TOR SALE. call at its new quarters.- -'-- -

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PAGE CIGHT THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY -




_t 1 _. ____- 'I SENT LABOR PEO PLELOBBYEN BOOlIS DEPUTY MARSHAL S SHIRTSFOR RICH I AND POORWe




GOOD ARGUMENT THIS ? Try a Lood are agents for the
Evening getting long celebrated
book. Xo other form of entertainment ElECTED LASTNiGHT
,

TO flORIDA 0 OR SED' BYROOSEVELT ea buy It'RflUsfactorT.' your will give books you read more them eAtlrfactlon thoroughly.to Regent Ranging In price Shirts from ,

"It's idle to discount the and build tip a library for the benefit of
$1.00 to M.OO
yourself and heirs.

that dress plays in shaping I have books to suit all tasteS. bundrt'd'books. N Try One of Their FamousR
part New York Labor Is No library even one of only a
Agent should be without Home of Mark : Shirts
Twain's books. I have his 'Library of at$7.5o
man's
1i a career. Arrayed Now Under Indictment Hnmor. at $1.50: Huckleberry Finn at
at $l.iiO: Innocents -- And you will always want them. Up-tj
$1.50: Tom. Sawyer . ,
T suit of Abroad at $2.00r{( Roughing It. at 1.00. date and nobby line in outings,
in ill-fitting etc.
: ; !! c an poor by Federal Jury. Published by Harpers nret-clMS print Citizens Petition to Have Look at show window.

_
+ This Executive. Greatly In- and binding.
material of date Those ho up.TO.DATE FANCY HAT BAND$.
out or exaggerated The Times-Union says: North Hill
; have been following the different terested in New Public HOWLAND Stand Pipe on STOJXTETHE : :
in HARRY ,
in style, a man, peonage cases that have arisen
: Florida during the past few months, Condemned and HABERDASHER

will read with interest the news that Safeguard.GOOD Manager, De Luna' Book Store,

may, at heart, be a gentleman S. S. Schwartz, of New York, has De Laaa St., Phone 149L, Removed.A 222 S. Palafox.KNOWLES .

been indicted by the United States
of the -- -
highest type and grand jury and his license to conducta WORK IS EXPECTED-M-EN

labor has been revoked. DEATH TO RATS. BROS.
vi a genius in ability. But the Schwartz agency is the proprietor of tae IN CHARGE WILL BE CAPABLEAND regular meeting of the Board with of
last n'ght
Stsarr.s Electric Paste Will Surely Public Safety was held Insurance.FIRE
New York agency that sent to Flo- PURPOSES J. .
'HONEST-WHAT THE Chairman Ingraham
Exterminate Them. Mayor Bliss, -
:, world will misjudge hime"t ida the men engaged by Mr. F. J ',.
Nothing else equals Stearns' Electric Geo. White and J. S./ fcGauhey pres LIFE, ACCIDENT
O'Hara through the agency'of representatives OF THE LOB3Y ARE. MARIN
/; S
t A lot of routine business was
t Rat and Roach Paste: as a 5.1reI eat.
1 You will be judged correctly of Rt. Rev. Bonaventure'F.Broderlck exterminator. disposed of and there was but,little General Agents of
I of Staatsburg., N. Y.- The President Roosevelt, .it develops,
is I It is easy to use and contains a peculiar done: outside of the regular business
deeply interested in the organization
The
if you buy one of our "John II men contract contracted to have for been were Italians undor seek the!;: .'of the People's Lobby, the latest I chemical that cieates such attiting except the election cf Jos. Fondebillaas EquitableLIFE

movement In the direction of making thrist that rats and mica deputy marshal. ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF
!9 lug homes here and who would be NEwS
White" suits, $10 to $35. permanent The organization sendIng congress more responsive to tiewill: who eat it rush out of the house in There was but one :application fort of YORK.

of the people. search of water and are soon dead.It e position and everymember
them at least was the Italian- water- the board agreed that Night :Captain :209: South Palafox tTt'etHICKS'
Although the movement originatedwith also killsf off cockroaches. -
by'Bishop
American Society organized for
one of the magajines::, it appar buss: bedbugs, and all vermin. Fendebilla was the proper man

BrodertcR.Instead: of Italians Mr. S O'Hara received ently is not to be exploited for any Stearns' Electric Paste is sold the place and his, election was S unani .

business purpose: by that publication everywhere or sent prepaid on receipt -mous. '
what
a consignment of appeared -
THE JOHN WHITE STORE to be German Jews. They: but instead is to be turned over at I of price. 2 oz. box 25c, 16 oz. There was one application for the

were dissatisfied with their work and once, to its own autonomous management -,' 51.0! Stearns' Electric Paste Co., position of night captain: W. G. Ether CANES
1
beard composed idge. Tee: board ,did i not ,take<< anj jk
a of
one of them when under oath at a governors Buffalo X. Y., (formerly Chicago, Ill)
of men widely known and with recj action on this application. ,but, ,a selection CURES
Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear .I hearing b<:!f'Jl'e Commissioner E. O. ords of practical acecmplsiment: will be made at, a ,special
1
Locke stated that work in the sun ACHES
I 5S
along lines of good government effort. and many of these in considerablesums meeting U be called next week. I S ;

Phone 225 205.207 S. P.4lAfOX "made my skin peel off. Tie organizers of the People's Lobby have already been secured. $Is understood that a'number of verbal S,, Aft NerrmuMuTdaltetolfe
These the who preferred
were men I have just concluded a two days'session 1 Among the men interested: are many applications nave- been made ,and the SUsgils&l

;[ peonage charges against Mr. here at which a plan of pre of means and ethers who have had I' postponement will enable all aspirants ,
O'Hara. Inasmuch all of them tiS
III.- ;I as limmary operations was adopted:: but ample experience In raising njoney for i to put their applications in writ

(I were sent here by.the. Schwartz lathe -, no permanent ,organization was ef, t just; such purposes. In fact so strong!ing. Opera House .

.:,nor agency tne following from tn? fected. Its governing board will include 13 the organzatlon: at this point thai Sanitary Inspector Wells reported

................................. .................t'XEW York Commercial will be read a list of the most widely known 1 I his ia really least of the concerns of on a number ,of :"bu'ldings! that had I ONE NIGHT ONLY' al

z 'with interest men in the country among them I :&z promoters. They are sure of get I been rendered unsafe by the recent $1 I't

Labor Agent Must Quit. Mark Twain Lincln: Sieffens Brand 'rg the money they need. They are storm, and the marshal was instructed -
; To Those Who Have Never :1 "Commissioner Bogart of the bureau Whitlock, novelest and major of To- inuch. less positive of making! tho I to look into the 'matter. SATURDAY, NOV. 3.

i of licenses revoked yesterdaythe I ledo; George H Cole. president of the right organ'zatlon and adopting a I The following numerously signed .
licenses held by Sigmund S. Legislative Voters' League of Illinois; plan of work that will so far command petition was read and referred to the Curtain Will Rise

Used a Gas Range 11 Schwartz, who runs employment- Everett Colby leader: of the msur attention and confidence as to ,. city council for'"action' at 8 o'clock sharp. ,

: :1 agencies; at No. 113 First street and pent movement that alms to free New bring success. One of the things I Pensacola Fla, ,Oct. 24, 1906.

I No 28:: Bowery. : Jersey from corporation rule; Towner which give confidence. however, is To the Honorable C. H. Bliss, Mayor, OTISSKINNER

t Many think the use cfv a gas range a. vast'y! complicated; affair, which : "Mr. Bogart said yesterday that K. Webster of Chicago a wealthyman the assurance: cf the friendly interest and Board; of'Public'Safety of the

requires much study to "!.a age. 11. Schwartz, who did a larger business and one of the urganizers cf:; of the president. city of Pensacola i- If

: Others do not use( because* they*believe It'to be more expensive : :than any other labor agent in the I the Municipal Voters' League; Mark Th scheme of the organizers Is to We, the undersigned, respectfully

: than using other fuel. city. had been indicted br the United :! Sullivan, associate editor of Colliers'; maintain a bureau in Washingtonthat represent that the stand pipe of the ,

The gas stove Iss- simple that its management is as simple as striking & ,: States grand jury. as a result of the R. M. Allen. of Lexington secretaryof shall nrainta'n close touch with Pensacola Water- Co.,' on North Pala-

a match and turning a valve while the cost to,operate, is actually less,' to : : investigation which has been made the interstate pure food committee all legislation; keep>> tabs on the votes fox street has. since the storm. become CHARLES FROHMAN- PRESENTSIn .

2 the careful housewife than tne old coal and wood way.. $12 and $13 In. by the federal authorities into peon ; Francis J. Heney of San FranCisco and records cf congressmen and sen a menace to life and property; tte

T stalls ranges ready for use. age. wiio prosecuted the cases ators in committees 35 well a'S on the That ,the strain on the said stand FAMOUS PARISIAN SUCCESS.
: : 'Schwartz had been sending con against the Oregon land fraud manipulators floor cf the houses; know of their political pipe during the storm caused large

: : tract laborers to the south, where, according and convicted so many; Wil and business' affiliations and leaks in its ,bottom entirely emptying 'THE, DUEL"2JC

to the evidence which had Ham Allen White, of Kansas and the of the motives actuating their public it, and since that time_ lere has

I Pensacola Gas : bsen presented the men had been ill, United States; Governor: Folk, of Missouri doings; study all legislation ir been no water in said stand pipe all Nights In Paris.

Company treated and abused. Agents in this and others of similar note. ,order to know its' real as well as itt water previously supplied in the city 100 Nights in New York.

| Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.I i city Mr. Bogart said receive from President Gives Advice. professed purposes; locate the "jok by sad! stand pipe being supplied
$1.50 to $2 for each laborer sent to It wa's not suspected when the proposal ers" in all bills; and finally. give the therefore the
..-. .......e........................t.t.............., the south and as some of the agencies was first put 'orto., that so distinguished -i, public the benefit ot,4ais i:sa'.J w::th: stand: direct pipe pressure is unnecessary ,and a Monday Evening, Nov. I

I get orders for as many' as 5,000 a ,man as the president I; To Play, No infonnatlon.1! nuisance;
men at; a time, they are making large was deeply interested and anxious said stand pipe has been
......6.. .................. ..... .. ..... .... incomes from the business of shipping that it suceceedThis however, became I I All this is recognized as a very l That the is considered .
large ; It i I! in use much longer than
task is proposed for instance
; men to what Mr. Bogart says'is pare public incident ,to the meetingin : II I the life and safe use of such stand
I I to play na favcries. The I
tically temporary slavery. Washington. J. B. Reynolds of I been made to
i has
Conditions In Georgia. I I packing house Investigation,, record of every congressman will be j pjpis; an attempt leaks with brick and Cement THE COUNTYCHAIRMAN
the
kept with If constituent repair
!
care. a
Witcher Co.
I & !
I Zemurray I The brief announcement in the was among those. who rame'l I writes to ask: how he'voted on a given' which is unsafe and liable to
\. i telegraphic columns of the Times for consideration of the at time;
bill or on legislatisn: along given I II give way any
I to the effect that I I hand. Another was Jlenry Beach a and
UnIon yesterday white the danger to Ufe
: Commission Brokers. : Assistant Attorney General Russellwas Xeedham, magazine writer'} and fnenJ line it will be possible to turn to That has been increased by the
the property
I I right card inthe index, pck! oat
I work of tbe'president.., It :'came out that
in Atlanta at on peonage that statesman's reeord,-make a transcript effects upon the said stand pipe occasioned -
aroused considerable interest these twain were in very clcte touch it has 53
cases of it send it to the by the said storm
and inquir
i Pensacola and New Orleans i if 'here, inasmuch as this prosecuting I I with the White House and that ad er. No charge; everything free. ES always been liable to attacks of wind
that
officer has. it is understood. been ordered vice was constantly'secured in and lightning and a source of terrorto By Ceo. Ade.
II W. Intend nci_. 820 Common. about of personnel; planations of the purported and real
= ,
;1 to Florida in December to assist quarter matters and property in its vicinity;
people
objects of important measures on "The best show New York has swain
indictIfor I methods of organizatjonnscope; ,of the the a
in prosecuting circumstances ,
defendants the
which Mr. Congressman has voted That, under I many: ye rs."-New York Times
AT. Reynpl&j In com: f
t Cotton Stocks Grain Provisions | ed peonage. I I work etc was while will be given, so:that the recipient said stand pipe! should be condemnedby
munication
This fact lends interest !O his wort 1 with the; president I of the .data may have an intelligent your honorable body as a nuisance Mr. Theadore Babcock
conferences 'w're. going on, and
the ; V
in Atlanta where is now be- be compelled
: and sold for investment. : peonage understanding of it. There is noth and: said Water Company
bought
on margin or valuable advice brought to ,
much
I was I I
r ins: investigated by the United States ing for which more demand is made to remove' it; The Original New Tork Cast and futile II'I
grand jury. The Atlanta Constitution -! the gathering. Mr. Needham to whomis Wherefore the undersigned prays production as played over 300 nights
during ,political: campaigns! : than ac
ultimiteauthorship at Wallace's Theatre.
Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. of yesterday morning speaking credited the honorable body cause an It
i 'been with curate knowledge of the records ofstatesmen that your
i of the conditions in Georgia, says,, of tbc'plan., has intervals conferring- about: it and likewise there is almost investigation and should you find the Prices-25c to $1.50.

among other things: the president at nothing! which is harder to get. foregoing representations to be true &
Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. S "The federal grand jury for the for months. The people's lobby proposes to place condemn the same and require its 'C
Ths Lobby's! Busine s. _
northern district of Georgia; is,noir investigating such infonnaticn in reach of every removal without delay.A. .
of : It I is proposed that the people's lobby NEW EDISON r
charges peosase
without .
body,
........ ............. .). .....: ,against number of ritizeas ; shall make a business of eliciting price.A M. Lo FRANCOIS. I
brought a leaflet or little magazine will GOLD MEDAL RECORDSNovember
real information about what is doing:: VETERINARY SURGEON.
__ __ of this state the result of an investigation
h as in national affairs. "Its work !is to besupporte.t probably become an occasional feature PHONE 437.
which has been conducted by by popular subscriptions.How's of the work; but it will be printed. 1908.

Assistant Attorney General Charles .. if ,at all, without charge. There REMOVED TO ROO!* 302 BRENT .
9386 Bohemian Festival Massonrt)
MERRY CHRISTMASto ". Russell. ,who has been in Georgia l is ,to be no excuse for suspicion that BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK.JR. Edison- Concert Band (Fete( psiieme),

for the past, ten days. the organizatIon: is designated: tomake REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR Fronj Massenet's Suite "Scenes ratorcs-

all comes from the Coe Book Store this morning. When all hands are busy "The Investigation was brought tn This? I money for anybody. Good lawyers PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE.

opening Holiday gooas and preparing for Santa Claus. See tnem in chew window.Dolls. light by the presence around the fed We offer, One hundred Dollars Reward I will be employed to study laws II ([Huberton 93S7 The Moon TJzer Has). Ada His Eyes Jones on You Ifscriptive 11Ii

: Toys Pictures. Canes and hundreds of things to deiight both young and old.Coe'.s eral building yesterday cf a numberof cured for any'hy case Hall's of Catarrh Catarrh that Curt-.cannot be]; and bills to determine what they BIG ADVANCE IN song. orch. accom. IiIt

foreign0 who claim to have been F. 4. CHENEY & CO.. To'cdo. O. I mean; and skilled observers will help 9388-The Bee that Gets the Honey

:Book.: S1ot"e: held in bondage by Georgians living "E'. the undersigned have known, F. J.Chener I! keep track of the things congress is I SOUTHERN PIG IRON Bob Doesn't Roberts.Hang Coon Around the Hive by''Held*wDockstad '
for the last 15 years, and believe song sung
: 23 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET down the West Point road. From him perfectly honorable in all business' : doing. I By Associated Press. r. orch. accom.
Newman- and other ixjints) in that section I transaction and flnanc'al'v! able to carryout Use Them ae Models Birmingham Nor. Southern pig 9389-Medley of Reels (Original> John

New Brent Building. Phone 235. have also come reports of the obligations made by his fi'rn.ttALTUr i The Legislative Voters' League of 1 'level to-lay when Klmmble. Accordion solo. piano Johnson accom I
reached new
\G. K1NXAN & 11ARVIXVhol iron a 9390-Face to Face (Herbert II
investigations being made; by the government \ -saIe I>rr,:gists. To'edo.! O. III:nols, the Municipal Voters' League I' the price of 'No. 2 foundry advancedto Harry Anthony. Sacred song. orrh ."
in the effort to sUr up Hall's: Catarrh Cure is taken nternatiy.acting : cf Chicago, the Public Franchise As com.
---- --- - "- -" -- I dollars a ton for immediate .
twenty-two
"
trouble for Georgians in this direc directly upon the blood end mucous i sociatjon of Massaschusetts acd related -! 9391-Songs of Rag Time Boy < on :'
KSXz* z\z\x\zxy&K ,.. \. "'- I: surfaces of the svstem. TctiTioniais organizations in other states and : delivery an advance of I Tiller). Collins & Harlan. Coon song
= sent free. Price 7* cents per bottle. I nine dollars since July. orrh acrrtm.
tion.It is understood that Assistant Sold by all drupgi't! cites have been made the rough mode I $392-The Next Horse I Ride On (Otur
Attorney General Russell has been Take Hall Family: Pills for constipa-. I !$ along whose !'nes this new organization i ray & Everard). Helen Trlx. ,"fila vie
JUST A FEW MORE i t)rias vaudeville comic song hit onaccom.
sent out by the special direction of pation. 1.; propose.i to be formed. That .

President Roosevelt and in this connection I t it may become aa effective instrument WHEN HER BACK ACHES 9393-8ue! Ribbon March (Erket Edt
it will be remembered that an 1 for accomplishment is strongly I son Military Band. Conducted by 1.Compo3er. 1.\*
.
effort to fasten the charge of peonage i hoped by those who are forming It. 9394 Wont You Come Over to Mj
-
I DAYS of the GREAT I on number of prominent Geor ij j "The Best is What We Sell" I The deep interest of the pres!dent A WOMAN FINDS ALL HER EN.: House? Irving Gillette (Williams *;;

i in the movement will be a matter Alstyne), New Descriptive
gia citizens was mad* by government i n6jbrp ,
but the crusade ', I ,' cf great concern to statesmen. The ERGY AND AMBITION SLIPPING writers of "In the Shade of Uu : ,
two
attorneys years ago AWAY. i Tree orch. accom.
proved unsuccessful. It seems presidenthas had troubles! enough 9395-Are You Going Out to-night Ma", a
that the result of the investigation : in managing congress. He knows PeAsacoIa women know how the Ann Billy Murray. (Von Tilzera b-
REBUILDING did not satisfy the For The e3n4tin&: Ubout the difficulties osnakug aches and pains that come when the serenade, orch. accom.
made at that time Anthony
Doan'
3396-Draw Me Nearer (
i it respond to the publis dcmand kidneys ,fail make life a burden. '
,
officials of the department of justice i &. Harrison. Sacred daccom. :.::*
for the effort is now being renewed. for progressive legislation! He Dackache. hip pains, headaches, dizzy I. C
Trouble. has confidence that there are large 1 spells, distressing urinary troubles,,! 9397-Happy Lena Polka (Heidclbprg. .
Same Old I possibilities;:: in this effort Perhaps t all tell of sick kidneys and warn you i Albert Benzler. Xylophone &0:0. *

I Atlantic"The railway Atlanta has Birmingham a lot of trouble and BREAKFASTHecker's { i, congress will not feel so kindly about lor the stealthy approach' of diabetes, I accorn.9398-Not Because Your Hair is Curl'

SALE with laborers which it has brought to 'the 1 pres'dent! interesting himself Inthi3 I dropsy and Bright'a, ,disease. Doan'a i (Adams) Harry McOonough. Sentiment
.
I j ;; kind of a movement Congress Kidney Pills permanently cure aU son? orch. accom. Doctsr:
H Georgia to work on Its line. 9399-Rube and the Country
of these men, after making a3 an aggregate, does not like beingdrlveal i these disorders. Here's proof of it ((Original) Harlan & Stanley. Rub II((
lany '
; ....ork'out their railroad and: it Knows that President I In a Pensacola woman's words: introducing the old time pong *>aI''
contracts to Buckwheat i I Roosevelt' has driven it to many cf Mrs. David C. Wilson. wife of CaptDavid Come Up" and incident effects
the Gunr
to jump Bird (
fare have proceeded 9400-Lover and the
:' < the things it Las done during his ad I C. Wilaon, of the tug boat Columbia Florence Hinkle. Soprano song WIth fc,:
few of after reaching them as
Just a more days the all as soon
greatest of opportunities camps ofilcials who triedto Ralston's Pancake :, ministration. I and residing, at 26 South ReuaSt. imitations by Joe Bebnont orch. acc":r'
to fall and winter possible. Railroad Flour.FlapJack It Doan'3 9401-Frau Louisa (Pr>or) A come
Is Rooseveltism.
I- buy clothes at the force these laborers to live up to I sajsIf Kidney Pills had waltz. Edison Concert Band

S beginning of the season at such deeply cutS the agreements they hat made found Flour. I I There will be criticism! of fee propriety not benefitted me, nothing 'could in I i 9402-Song cf the Nations (Betaon'totn
song
of the president duce me to recommend them eithespublicly Edward Meeker. Descriptive
of interesting oi
themselves facing charges: peon 'I
prices. In ,order to clear out all stock that was 2 .I himself in such an effort to analyze or privately. I had a never,I ducing the Green."Watch" and am"Red.Rhfin"Vearirg White and Bl-

S damaged by the fearful storm, all undamaged age."A peculiar fact is that the present Maple Syrup, an J study' congress, but it is cne ot ceasing pain in the small of my back i 1 whistled by Joe Belmont oreb. *ts.<(*Palfv>*" ,
S 2 investigation is said to relate entirely I'the rfc-ses of Ro seveliism. The that made me nervous and when J 1 i 9403-Cheer Up Mary (KendJS

stock was also reduced, and-the sale has been 2 to alleged illegal imprisonment ol Florida Syrup. !| president does things that other presi- went about my 'work around the,I Byron G. Harlan. Descriptive song. Of'I

a big success., foreigners who have been brought to I dents save not ,undertaken and the house, the' pain would be intense"I|at9404t-jnges.! Jokes and Rhymes (Burl).
orlb.strom.
: by immigration agencies. The 1 public cpprovea them. Congress flndj : Other symptoms kidney complainti I Edward M. Favor. Comic fconc.
: Georgia Mackerel! (new catch) itself falrng bade were noticeable and I ::
r 2 crusade of two years ago was madein : : in time of cami i decided to try 94C5.-Golden Crown Overture (Herman

10.00 Suit for ..............$ 8.50 $ 3.50 Stetson Hat ..........$ 2.95 the interest of negroes who claimed i i paign stress, on the fact that it has \[ and check the trouble before It became i Edison Symphony Oreh. .
$12.00 Suits for ..............$10.20 | 300 Anson's Special '..:...$ 2.55 held without due in kits, large:size, $1.25. ; permitted itself to be bossed by the too deeply seated and I got'I 9406-Everybody Have a Good -0
; $15.00 Suits for ..............$12.75 $ 2.00 Hats. Extra good ......$ 1.70 that they were r president His :grip on it Doan's Kidney Pills.! :I Time (Rogers) Arthur Collins. cf '
,
$20.00 Suits for ..............$17.00 $ 1.53 Cluett Shirts ..........$ 1.25 ... process of law."Gentlemen never was ; Their use f son?. orch. accom.
$ 2.00 Shoes for .............$ 1.70 $ 1.00 Monarch ,Shirts :....... .85 interested in attracting : so strong as -today, because In the !: strengthened -the kidneys banished I 9407-Jim' Jackson'sastFarewell, Ada
,, $ 2.50 ...... ..... campaign now nearing its the backache II I (Oriirinal). P0th J
Shoes for ?. $ 2.12 $ 1.00 Union made Overalls.. ..E5'S : the south declare that end congress and prevented the Ian Jones & Len Spencer .
$3.00 Shoes for ..............$2.55 $ .53 Shirts for ............. .42HA f.. emigrants these charges to have In a number i has teen irore than ever forcedto i, guor and depression- that I felt in the:I i Orchestra the coon incidental song. effects Tre Said and Sly ntrO4.tIng Last

,: of instances been trumped up by Rosenau&Gerelds advertise: the president's leaded- I mornings 1 'could do: my housework:.: i Farewell (Fisher).
)
S = =: I agents of railroads )leading; to: the I hip in the legislative program. So It without suffering and I regained. mj,t 9-408-Since Nellie Went Mole Away quartette(Ta-.r
; is a.,1 appare&t how is to usual I Edison Male Quartette.
congress and
energy health.
t west in order to keep emigrants out : GROCERS' .
: : THE FANCY unaccompanied.9439Waiting
I I of the south." mae very elfect've protest aga'nst' For sale by all dealers. Price 5(], at the Church MedleY!
:
; CASH CLOTHIER( ::1 ,; the president interesting hImself even cents; Foster-Mllburn, Co., Buffalo Edison Military Band. (Original") J.i.1--

AMCfiM S ; REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. ': in such a movement $g this of the I New York: sole agents for t1i 'UIted doting""Waiting at the Churl'll.anJ'S'J>, !
CORNER PALAFOX AND MAIN i People's Lobby I '\ where. "The Stars the Stripe
BULLOCK. -
g 2'uu BUILDING. JOHN. 'W. States. : f and "Bill Sjnunons."
t 1 JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR Phone 39 j' I i Congress has, to be< looking. S Out for I Remember the.name-rDoan's .

,. u..u '" .I, PROPERTY WITH ME' FOR SALE. f Its ,J3W take no other. The Clutter sic Houss.rd .


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