The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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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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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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Most Extraordinary ContestIn ; I l ,
Miss Bell Writes; of', Life I g )
History of State Has HEARST SAYS TTRACTIONS ___ _____ Well Known N'mey'i

HE .WILt: WIN People ? l'Topi: s at 1-

Nearly Ended. Will Represent Escam .
By Associated Press. FOR HORSE
:'\ York, Nov. 3.-After Tallahassee. SHOW
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: bia County in NextLegislature :
day ofresLbroken'niy: ; __ _
by his ___________
trip to Yonkers w ___
Party Lines Broken As Never: Hearst tonight I Iew

Mannhatian made a 41vely tour of Noted Visitors Were There Pensacola Is Preparing to GetInto Swim With Other I :. I
speaking at seven
Before and Result Is I
monster meetings. He said: Last Week. Southern Cities '' ttstt
I and Next Friday's Event Will '
"We have made a good fight <. ;' His Name Is Substituted f t\
Doubtful.THE and will win a great victory.I I f:; ,
believe, We will win"by over ,Be a Starter. _ _
two hundred thousand, nut RAILROAD, COMMISSION IMPOSES I 4J5 That of Chas. M. Coston, '

REPUBLICAN WASHINGTON the against victory the power:will- of'be the great Cor- 'I .FINE OF $50000 ,ON SEABOARDAIR Nashville, Birmingham _and Mont The Joum I's Cup. Deceased. .

_ HEADQUARTERS CLAIM NEXT rupt corporations. Hundreds LINE AND PUTS NEW "gon ry held: ,very successful fairs The magnificent. silver cup given
of tnousands.,perhaps millionsof il and, horse shows this tall and Selma by The Pensacola Journal -will be

CONGRESS BUT DEMOCRATS dollars. will be thrown Into RULES INTO EFFECT. yesterday concluded a, successful awarded to the best Esc .mbia county THE MEETING WAS A LIVELY'
,' :' raised colt This is a' feature that
LAKE, COUNTER CLAIM-SOME I (Ithe day state by corrupt and city corporations on election to ;; .' I I :week's fair. and,,show._ Jacksonville, should receive I special attention as an ONE AND A MERRY DISCUSSION *

Tampa and DeFpniak Springs have encouragement to the stock interests
debauch the
FIGURES OF "ballot-'and
CLAIMS GIVEN. corrupt By Jefferson Bell. '
election officials" I good fairs and shows every year. of the county. ENSUED OVER CANDIDATE'S.QUALIFPCATIONS
""Tallahassee .
I Max '' Xov. 3.-"The Faith This week Pensacola makes: her Capt. Weiles's Fine String. .
Ihmsen Hearst's political once Delivered to the Saints" was the' Another special attraction will be : AS A R!CU- :
I'I'I initial bow
By Associated Press. manager.. to-night said I theme of a beautiful sermon by as a horse show town. the exhibition cf Ca.pt. T. E. Welles'st'rlng LAR

:\e.- York, Nov. 3.-To-day prac-| that"I Hearst am absolutely will ,win confident Bishop Weed at St. Johns Epsicopal I Everything will be In readiness and of iast race horses, John A., DEMOCRAT.

c:::<,ih dosed the most: extraordinary'' this church Sunday morning to a large with the large entry list already as- Billy A, Jim Crow ,and Geraldine. --
: Dpiign for governor of New York I election. by two hundred, thousand << I congregation of Tallahassee church I sured 'success is certain. This: showis i John A, if the condition of the track R. POPE REESE The County Democratic Executive

:a he political history of the state. has majority Never before I people St. Johns church! outwardly but a beginning and,next year and will permit wilt be sent a fast mile Who the Democratic Executive Committee Committee met in special session last ,
.2 so much money been j is one of the show places of Tallahas- the year following ,if sufficient inter and this alone will be worth the priceof endorsed last night for representative night every precinct being tepre -t'ntt I
i:;bough both candidates continue f available to the Republican !'see. Now it is a gorgeous ,mass of est is shown, it is ;the Intention of the admission. to the legislature. ed with two exceptions, and nominated (

j edn;: ;: until Monday night. It has managers The for,this,campaign. red and. gold, for the summer's, rest. management to do',bigger and better Educated Horse. R. Pope Reese for the positon ok i '\

IKS a campaign of personalities aggregate probably will ful green to the warmer tints. of au things. By joining the .Southern As- A further feature and one that will representative to the Florida legiala-*
taJu tban of policies, and stirred f be equal to that used In the J tumn. Around the churchyard is the soclat on of ,fairs and arranging datesit especially interest tae ladles and children ture. The nomination was made{
political campaign of 1856"Fainted finest of Tallahassee's famed hedges,I will be possible to draw the best will be the educated horse,"Ben." PRESIDENTON upon the first ballot. Mr Reese roj ,
the ut-ret of the voters of the stateto
and a well-kept flower garden,. full of I from all the fairs of the Southern This horse is the most: knowing horse ceivlng 1"otes, Mit>h Jacoby <4 -" 1
f rt> extremest boundaries. old fashioned favorites cities and make Peasacola's show( the to-day in ,the world. He goes all the votes and ,J. J Sullivan Jr, 4 votes i P
For rigor and vituperation it hasHfn On either side of the entrance is a I biggest and best of them all gaits waltzes, marches In tune to Chairman Reilly presided Secretary ',

without precedent among state: pyramidal shaft of marble. One is I This year, on next Friday Pensa the music, reads and ciphers-in fact, D'Alemberte was at his desk and I "
campaigns National ,issues, except BIGAMIST erected to the memory of an Episcopal -!cola will present a fine program' with doeseverything but talk. We will be A HUNT tbe following precincts were repre1! t t
zg so-called trusts have been enreIy clergyman drowned near' Hat- r every event filled and the strongestof shown in all his tricks and they are sented: I .

:: ignored and state issues have teras the other. to Mr. Hardy Bryan competition In ,every class. In additIon many.A Precinct No 1.-Jas. Is!. Andrews,! ) ,
Marcely received a passing notice. Croom and his family who were lost to the regular program: there full military brass band will discourse by proxy. .

asational:! charges have been inject.'d in a storm off Cape' Hatteras ,many I'will be several added features of ex'ceptional the best of music. [ Precinct No 2.-Wm, Archer. :'-.' I
and interest kept at the highest I' You are going, of course. "
interest Precinct No. 3.-H. T. PurcelL
Mr .
8UTlERm'SENTENCED years ago Croom was an uncle, I He Is After Wild t
itch lof the present Comptroller, Hon. A. C.' I Precinct Xa 4.-A. C. Tippin. '
The close of the campaign finds the Croom, and was- the wealthiest man I Precinct No. 5.-A. L. Webb, br?{
10litiral situation without a precedent I in the state. The disposlton of his In the Mountains of proxy. j

nl some of the shrewdest politicians vast property caused a law suit lESTER DAYS, THE STRIKERS Precinct No. 6.-T. B. Beck, by?
, education is all but worthless. .
Par one of the most famous cases in I the' Precinct No 7-M. T. McMillan.
'r lines have been broken as ne\ef Florida.reports.. ., Precinct No. 8.-oliver White.

'(' rre. The church within is an expressionof i H By Associated Press: Precinct No. 9.-N. J. Brewton. *
hughes has been making a special I the marked characteristics of Tallahassee FOUTBILL MAKEATTACLGuard Richmond Va., Nov. Undaunted Precinct No. 10.-J. F. Rigsby.
'lIp:. for Democratic support, declare in Court When He properly speaking Th by previous failures. President Roose-- Precinct No 12.-)[. A. Touart Jr"

3 himself free from practical objecons stained| glass windows, the carved .... velt went after wild turkeys at Pine, !Precinct No. 13F. B. RadcliJT.

: and declaring his platform oak altar, the lectern, the oaken,shelf f :, )_ Knot again to-day, but the dogs Precinct No 14,-Jas .McHugh.
broad enough for all good citizens, Heard the Sentence Pass- where the communion service is kept, >- flushed the turkeys before the hunters Precinct No 15:-W": A.'Dunham.

who desire clean and honest adminis-- the baptismal font of gray marble, .Results of Fifteen Games Is Knocked Down and could get within shooting dis Precinct No 16.-W. B. Hubbird.
on.- edOnHim.Allegheny the. Precinct No. IT A. C
the pulpit and almost every piece,of tance. In the afternoon presi- Berry.
Hearst h .attacked>d the "Trusts" furnishing are memorials. The beau- dent and Dr. Rixey took a long horseback Precinct No 18.-A. W Brewlon.
nfi Boss rule" and through his In- Pa." ,Nov. Bigamist tlful pulpit of carved oak was placedin Played. Throughout-. Roughly .Handled: By ride. The president and Mrs. Precint No 20.-lIark McCnrdy ,
ieppndanre League claims the sup- Charles F. Butler, ,who owned to ,having the church last year as a memorialto Roosevelt will attend church' tomorrow : Prcin t-No: 21.-J D Trammell:

Wr] of many Republicans. married three young ladies within the late ...ilrs William D. Bloxham. the, vptn1'.1 ".,. '",.' : M7, .. .... at Christ Episcopal church a Jr., '.. ;
Probably the most sensational feat- a few years, and all 'of whom are whose death ,was BO greatly deplored -,. ... mile.. from the lodge:. Precinct Ni. 22.-W. H. llayo. "
irs of the campaign was the mes- :living was sentenced by the judge of In Tallahassee. On Sunday the altar I I Precinct, No. 23.-H. c. Kellums. .. '
!aze; of Richard Croker I the criminal court of county Stated. ; ,
and the renarkable Fayette was a mass of pink roses and above By Associated Press.Atlanta By Associated Press. True Business
attack of Secretary of State to-day. Butler pleaded guilty some them rose the branching candelabra Ga.. Nov. 3.Followingare New York, Nov. Sympathizers Chairman Reilly then arose andj )

Roof on Hearst. Murphy of Tarn I I weeks since, when he faced his three polished to, the ,last degrees. The the results of the football games of the striking 'chauffeurs of'the CEMENT C CAUSES U said 'Gentlemen the object of the
any Hall asserts that Hearst; will wives and then requested that sen- font held a great armful of crimson to-day. New York Transportation ,Company meeting to-night Is to nominate some J

arrv Greater New York by a plurality\ tence be passed upon him at once. dahlias. Dr. Carter frail and venerable Atlanta Tech 11, Auburn t).. attacked the special police guardingthe person .to, fill the vacancy on the,
f :si\u.:; to one hundred thousand The court sentenced the bigamistto and Bishop Weed radiating Richmond, Bucknell 12, Universityof new employ.fs. at Fifth Avenue ticket for the position of representative -
Ti" Republicans claim to be elated serve a term of six years' in the goodness, conducted the impressive!! Virginia 5. and Forty-fifth street t t-day. The' at- to the legislature caused by the.,.
rei this prediction as they assert western penitentiary and pay a fine service. At night there was a class Norfolk, Georgetown North Carolina tuckers, knocked the guard who was ARREST Of death of Hon. Cbas. M. Coston, one
laches will ,come down to the Bronx of $1,000. When he heard this; sentence confirmed, by the Bishop. University 0 following the cab from his bicycle. of the nominees of the party"

lth Iwo hundred thousand votes to Butler fainted in the courtroom Bishop Weed's visits are always a Carlisle 9, Syracuse University 4. The cab was allowed to proceed but Before proceeding, however the '
'iare, season of delight to his friends here. ';'{ale 10 West Point G. the guard, Albert Patlngton, 'was minutes of the previous meetings }. !
The" of the Independence League : Two of the young ladies whom But- On this visit he was entertained by Princeton 42, Dartmouth 0ixirnell roughly treated, ,until the police came were read are adopted. '
niiidates are on the Democratic ler had fooled were in' court when Judge and Mrs. Robert Spratt Cock 23, Western University of to his rescue. Patington followed TWO Secretary D'\leraberle then moved :
,ckel-Hearsl for governor; Louis 'sentence was passed. ,One of "these<< rell. Pennsylvania 0. and captured one of the rollers that 'a committee be appointed to ''t

urvesanl Chandler, lieutenant gov"nor '' was Miss Flora Ramey, of Pensacola. I Michigan 10, Vanderbilt 4. whose friends come to his rescue. draft suitable resolutions upon 'be
; and John, Wha'en' secretary of who married BuUer some years ago Tallahassee: Visitors.. Harvard 9, Brown 5. The prisoner was held by the aid death of Hon. Chas. }1. Coston. TM3! I
"at.t when the war ships visited that port The supreme court handed down a Virginia Military Institute 33, Unlversir of the police and locked up. motion was carried and the chairman
Butler at that time being master.at- batch of op'nions! this weekfand heard of Maryland 4. Foreman Ely and c G.; O. Bros-: aNointed Messrs. D'Alemberte, Mayo
REPUBLICANS CLAIM arms on the cruiser Brooklyn., oral arguments in a couple of cases WillIams! College 23, Colgate 9. Mob Attack Car. and McMillan as the, committee
He will begin to, serve his sen. Hon. W Wade Hampton, of Gainesville !lAn&erst 12, Massachusetts Agricultural New York. Nov. 3.-X mob of two forInterfering 1 'The Fight Begins.The .
THE SIXTIETH CONGRESS tence at once. Major St. Clair Alraros and Mr. 1 8. I thousand sympathisers with the strikIng naham, Jr., Arrested: first evidences of a fight were \

Washington Nov 3.-\\ith but two Julian Hartndte were hereto argue Lehigh 0, Dickinson 0. chauffeurs attacked a street car revealed when Committeeman Purcell -
ran days Intervening before the coun cases. Major Aorams had 'Xpected 'Sew nee 17, Uriversity of Tennes.I containing a dozen strike-breakers to With an / of No :3:, moved that the com. i
ry will elect the sixtieth Congress to make 'an' anti'drainage speech se? 0.Naai. i night. Private detectives fired into mittee in selecting a candidate, con-}

pre is a' decidedly general area of REVISED PUNS Tuesday night but cancelled his Academy 5, PennsylvaniaState I:the crowd, shooting one man probably Officer.The sider no nomination of a person other
high pressure" in the political at gagement on account of urgent en-I University 0. i fatally. than those who were voted for in the
-hpbere., The republican ness elsewhere At Macon University of Georgia cemeutbeing used in the foundation primary for the office This motionwas
!JOnal headquarters claim they congres-have a Mr. Hampton, Mr. H. L. Grady and '55. Mercer 0. I of the new city hall was the seconded by Mr McHugh, of precinct
majority of 58 in the next house of Mr. John G. Rage of Apalachicola Tulane University 0, University of Cause yesterday of two arrests. th No. 14.
:epresentatives They analyze the OF METHODIST. and CpL F. E. Twitty, of ,Brunswick, Mississippi!? 17. CITY "CLERk TOIDE I parties arrested being employees of I Jas M. Andrews holding the proxy
:'!'tuation thus Sure R-oublican. disflcu Ga., were members of a party cf the contractor. of William Archer from precinct No.
friends talking in the Leon 1 I. Mayor Bliss desired !
\ 222; sure Democratic lEO bby r Yesterday morning 1, opposed the adoption of such a
; Tuesday. Mr. Hampton and more samples of the much di> rule and stated that it was unfairand
but COJ'1
dOUbtful, but'probabl probably Republican 21; I Twitty are well known lawyers. \Ir.t PERRY HAS cc3s>ed cement, and accordingly *?nt unjust to saddle upon the people
Democratic 13.
The Democratic ) Grad is a merchant and Mr. j I NAMED Officer Kelly to the building 'site to i these candidates who had been cast
Campaign Committee Congressional; CHURCH operated a bfe:: Dacklnentan- at- in' *.:. procure the same. Officer Kelly was I I aside by them in the last primary. f
figures out ,
:ain of 67 a lachicola and has ideas en child labor accompanied by a colored man *ho Committeeman Radcliff of precinct
.hl' last over the representation in legislation. All are fine men; sue- had two buckets which they intended 13, took the same view as Mr Andrews -
House. Should this be real- ]
''Ie-d. the Democntlc The revised plans of the new First cessful men. S filling with cement t .
!*jonty of :22 in the party Sixtieth will have Methodist church. ,,which.Is to occupy Mr. Hampton enjoys the distinction I GOOD MESSAGE MONDAY Upon arriving at the place of operation \\Iicn a vote was taken the motionwas
of being the only Gainesville that the
the men
5n'M. the site on East Wright street. man i the officer found I defeated by a good majority.
Tuentv have arrived from the architects Bag ,Lake City people do not blame for In charge objected to such a proceeding Secretary D'Alemberte, who had
TuesdayS-three states elect elect goverrs ley & !'Nicklass. 'of Cleveland, and are his part in the removal of the ,uni I' -- :, and he took G. O. Brosna1 been a candidate for the committees

!'ares, ten choose twenty minor state officers legisla now in thehan'ds of Secretary A. MMcMillan versity." Husband Wires Her That .\,... '. ham Jr.. Into custody I endorsement, then withdrew, and W.
or justices of the :: : of the building co-vnittee 1 opposed the Buckman" : bill justas I Mayor Will Probably Announce to the police station, where a charge C. Jones, who had been mentioned in
supreme courts. The plans sljow an edifice which hard as I could, said Mr. Hamp I of Interference was made 'against I connection with the office, stated that
President Roosevelt has made It' ton "and the Lake All Is Safe
known that he will make of the church one of the : Cty people know: Though His'Selection To- he bad never been a candidate bat
a Republican i that I did and they give me credit' him.The returned to the
and which officer then I that before the committee adjournedhe
handsomest in the city,
Congress and all but two of his cab- for being consistent Of course after !I man. and he II .
in..t have will cost about $50,00); according to Progress Is Slow. place with the colored would have something to say regarding
taken the stump to further it was passed I wanted Gainesville to Morrow Night. with objection and
they desire what class of material is used In the says there met those who were candidates.
1 construction It wiU\ face south on have all she could get under It. By Associated Press interference on the part of Foreman Three are Nominated.
The talk drifted along. "Do you New 3. Mrs. Robert took the buckets announced
REPUBLICANS Wright street and have a total :seating York, Nov. Ely who. he alleges Chairman Reilly then
CLAIM capacity of about 1000. The remember the Duke of Dade!" asked Peary, wife of tbe explorer, to-day received Mayor Bliss had not yesterday determined away from the negro He then placed that nominations were in order ant
INDIANA ELECTIONS I cl crch rwill"occupy' the site of Mr. Hampton of Mr. Grady. "I think a message from her husband, .upon a man to fill the position the foreman under arrest and escorted J. >i. ''Andrews placed R. Pope Reesein

Indianapolisov. 3.-The Indiana the LeBaron residence while the his name was Ewan. He represented dated Hopedale Labrador, which cf city clerk made vacant by the him to the police Station. nominatIon! amidst much applause.
campaign closed to-night with meet j Blount residence will remain in its I Dade county In the legislature when says "Homeward voyage Incessant I resignation of 'Clerk C.' E. Merritt' He again returned. rind as there Mr Reese was highly 'eulogized By
j thea the county only had two or three storms and head of the the grounds filled and nomination was '
In each congressional: district. present position and will be used asa battle with Ice, txrho: i is to leave the service was no foreman on Mr Andrews, the
dozen votes most of them were the winds. damaged and lucrative and the cement. F. B 'Radcliff
( ".>residpn' Fairbanks four' there Propeller prog- city to accept more the buckets wkh seconded by
closed J. parsonage. Bct.'een'the two holders. _
w's office They had things prac se4 s" alow. Waiting here for coal pleasant employment. Supervising Work H. T. Purcell then arose and noml
speaking tour of the state with will bo a cement walk driveway
Is meeting at Etansville. The Repub I running from Wright to, or Gulllemarda 1 ticaiiw their own way down there from mail steamer. Have no anxiety The mayor, however, stated that It is understood that an architect is nated Mitch Jacoby one of the primary
!Iran state headquarters claim a plu- street. The owned, by the thenfr.. Grady served in the leg- Expect wire from Chateau Bay. All "e would announce his choice by Mon now supervising: the building operations men, and Jas McHngh nominated -
rel'of 3SOOO for the state ticket property islature with the Duke o- Dade-and welL"Creek ),lay night as out of the number of Architect Ausfeld, it is staled, J. J. Sullivan, Jr. -
congregation Is:260x240 feet.
MI: (that of 11 of the 13 thereby hangs a tale of the'o d days applicants there were only two who has employed S. F. Fnlghum to inspect The nominations were then closed.
congressmen S. R Badeiey; 'the architect, who
*\\11' be elected. The Democrats when the capital started to go to were being considered, and'that by the work and he was on the Questioned His Democracy.
drew the plans is one of'the most 'Monticello-but that is another story Lumber Company which were nominations were closedW.
!tr.ake! no specific claim, but declare Monday night he would determine ground yesterday and the day wevious When tIle
that the Republican maoritles will prominent architects: In.t. e country, and will keep for another time.: ,heard last week. which of these he desired to' placein and it is also said that Archi. C. Jones stepped forward and
b* featly and he made a visit: to Pensacola in The Long Agony There was an important hearing oh the position.The I tect Ausfeld himself will arrive in the started an interesting debate in
reduced. order to consult with"the, buildln: The long agony will be over next Saturday last when the commissionmet name of the new clerk will be city, to-morrow. which the Democracy of one of the
The Alabama: -Campaign committee and ascertain their wants week when the election is held. nat- to consider some amendments to sent to the city council for confirmation -i nominees Mr Reese was questioned.
"ontgomery, Nov. 5.-'In only I one and the church as shown In the plan nrally we are anxious at the capital the present rules of the commission. at the next meeting, and at the I UNION STRIKERS Mr Jones said that were he a member '
!barna congressional district has is a beautiful one. over the result and are hoping fora The commission is considering adopt same time the *esignation of Clerk of the committee: as he was two
Je-e: been a semblance' of a cam- The eo-aimtteebag not yet determined good majority, especially for the II amendments relative to the keepIng Merritt will be presented. i MUST KEEP PEACEBy years previous, he would second the
a: tI. In the Seventh Congressman't whether to have the building drainage amendment and the 'amendment of depots open between the hoursof nomination of either of the two gea-

was opposed by J. G. Kenna constructed of white pressed; brick to increase the salaries of the 7 a. m and 5 p. m.. an amendment BANK CASHIERTO Topeka, Nov.Associated:3.-Two Press.restraining tlemen whose names were mentioned
-et a fusion candidate. There Is stone or wtlte marble. This week. Judiciary. Whatever the result, It that will prevent the changing of and who had been voted for in fbi
.I doubt of the success of the entire howevej, a raeetiog,.of the comnuttt" "wni be a relief to have the' matter. wharfage rates without the consent of PLEAD GUILTY i court orders were to-day.issued enjoining from the the! circuit Iron j|I primary. .
will be held 'and bids for to ftne rail desired to
""ocratic: ticket the con- settled. the commission and a rule He then elated that he
struction will be advertised :for and Railroad Commission at 'Work roads fivedollars- per day' for failure I dy Associated Press. Moulders Union of Kansas City from I relate some facts, saying that sixteen
In Mississippi. when these 'are' submitted<< the material The railroad commission this week to; furnish shippers with cars within i Chicago, Nov. 3.-It was anounced intimidating and interfering with the months since this same committee
Jackson Miss, No\ 3.-The Missislw will be decided ,upon.: The ordered the Seaboard Air Line Railway -- five days from notice todayby> States Attorney Healy that employees of the Straight Manufacturing -: met and provided for the holding of '
Representa'I of
;t congressional campaign Is with- building committee 'is compose; of to pay a fine of five hundred lives of the railroads 'I Henry W. Nering. former cashier Company and the AnnotJrdaleFoundry' I a city Democratic primary, having as
Bank, 'moulders
''" *pwial incident All the candi- Dr. W. J. Hannah. J.*K.. Saunders, A. dollars for refusing to perform the this meeting strenuously oppose the the Milwaukee Avenue State Companywhose its object white supremacy. ThIs i
;*:\'S win be elected by the usual It!. McMillan. T-; A. Jennings J. N. duties of a common carrier in the; adoption of all these proposed amendments :-I I would plead guilty Monday to the 'have been on a strike since I .
larceny- and forgery. 'April.' Continued op Fifth Page.) .
:nocra.tic,majorities. Andrews and'R.F..Favourite. i I If matter of the complaiAts.ofthe Otter charges of (



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Broadcloth from $1.00 up to $3.00. Exquisite types Millinery art. are sure get

56-inch Suiting from,$1.60,up to $1.50. y want; and for the,price,you will gladly pay.: No_ matter what: your idea Peau'de Soie at $1 and $1.-25.- 'cc

And hundreds of others. of hat, beauty is, we are'sure"to please'you.: Hats>l here to suit every face. Be-sure and' sees them before you leave the store.


Exact copies of high-price SECOND FLOOR. TAILORED, SKIRTS_ At :Popular Prices.Women's Comprising FOR CHILDREN.all] of the, New All of the most popular 01 Ct

Wool 1 at one-third to .one-half less than styles from the leading manufacturers
goods. Waists beau- both
Both China and Jap Matting Soirette Styles 1 in this Season in frLi
Arnold Serge Effects at 20c. you can buy same quality elsewhere. ,from 25c
Scotch Covert Cloth at lOc. 25 and_ 35 cents per tiful{ new style. Silk and Wool caps, from' 25c, up to
They Include the new Pony style and others 50'A 1 '
many complete
Roxboro Flannel at 15c. v yard. Wool from 75 cup. $1 assortment -
om $16.50 up to $25.00. up.
Will be admired by women of good taste, elaborately '
Sup Velvet at 25c Velvet Rugs at $3.50 and Mitt I'YhCoB atscfrom J10 'up. trimmed, at. $3.50, $4.50, and $5.00. Children's Coats at. $3. O, $4, : of Belts from 25c up to
Flannel at 20c suitable for ng 15 from 10 up. A cheaper grade at $1.50 and $2.00. '
Skirts, Suits 00, Cravanette Coats from $10 up. $5 and $1.50
and Kimonas. opV. :Misses' Coats from $10 up. Neatly trimmed at $5.00. yv. '
Li Li6od
Compare our prices. For strictly Tailored Waist come to the Big Stare. .



All goods are being sold regardless of what they cost. Shoes, Clothing Hats and Dry Goods. Come and getanything you.'want: at almost w. J

your own price. ','t, -

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Ireland the morality from the diseaseis Ni t38XX\3\3\8NS\SVai

MISS PARNELLIS tables steadily were displayed Increasing.which Here showed too. MAYOR BLISS IS STATISTICS' YORK |

the decline of the lisease in Eng-- I
land and Scotland and
its increase in I it4.1y- 7
Ireland, till from the
being most favored wstcirpth
this country has grown to be t !

iNIRELAND the most emigration scourged.The returns for the FOR DRAINAGE THE PAST FASHIONS-

nine months ended with Septemberjust Satisfactory I
out show a big increase. During I Iw
the first three months of the year t Afteste:
Sister of Irish Patriot Returns there was a substantial decline, but AMENDMENT WEEKRecord Beatrice Dowler Tells of the; it is the verdict pronounced'I ty J
with April there,began a rush of emigrants ndr
to Native Land which has swollen the tide to Latest Styles in Millinery ]; W all who have been purchasing w j Jul
a figure much beyond previous years. "
After 15 Years of The number of emigrants to date is !! 'and | at J 11 t1:
no less than 30,081, as compared with Says Both People and Legislature of Marriages, Births Wearing Apparel. 212 South Palafox St. \ Ith
Exile. 26,215 last year. The increase strangeto II w.r .
say, less In Connaught than In Have DeclaredFor and Deaths For Seven You don't need to be told 5 D-
the other provinces. Ulster has contributed AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONSARE i
I nearly 1,700 of the increase; who does ,the business there, z ayE. e
SHE 8,336 of -
the emigrants had g
their pas- 4 but .what he does it with, a tnt
NATIONAL MOVEMENT AND sages paid for In American. The I ir'.. 'EFFECTS' ALL PLEASING TO U
facts discourage the belief that the Editor Pensacola; Journal: : I. This i tells you- ; ere
HER RETURN IS REGARDED AS measures so far taken to give Irish For over fifty years the people of The following! Is, the record of mar THE FEMININE TASTE. : SOLE AGENT FOR *j Gee
men a fair chance In their own coun- Florida have been wanting to drain riages births and deaths during the 'j denet.
{ s Suits from $1i50 to$27.50 $
:SIGNIFICENT.By try are effective If the increase is the Everglades.Pr past week as filed in the offices of u .. "Garson"Knox" Meyer"Hat. soft and stiff. S3 and $:) / fogs'Instit
maintained till the end of the year the same period of time the the city clerk and county Judge: (By Beatrice Dowler.) 2 "Eagle" Shirts," fancy and white $1 to fj.}
thirty-five thousand :young Irishmenand Florida legislatures have been trying Marriages. New York, Nov. 3. Novelties $2.50. / bas "t
( Timothy J. O'Connor.) Irishwomen will have gone dur- to provide means for carrying out the White-Edaward Bonner and Florence crowd one upon -another in the realmof "King$6.50. Quality" Shoes, all styles $3 to >3Dr. t M.t.SITh
DOUDUQ, Nov. 3.-After almost fifteen Ing the current year. desires of the people. Fondebila. mllinery this month and never Jaeger's" Underwear from $3.25 to /
years of exile, Miss Parnell, Governor Broward made drainage Colored-Tierce Lee and Hattie has the variety been so great nor the $s. ,- which(
sister of Charles Stewart Parnell, is HATES TO LOOK an issue in his campaign for the nomination Williams Willie Risby and Mattie models so diverse. Between the im I Also a full line of Stetson: Ine','
in Ireland and is staying and although bril- Lamballe hat and the
at, present opposed by mense tiny Jy
I ;
INTO HER Lee Davis, George James and Vir- and.No-Name Hats all latest : ICCOU.
with friends in one of the Dublin liant and prominent and distinguished ginia Houston, Will Fulton and Fran- morning toque a veritable chromatic -I at th
i suburbs. Miss Anna Parnell is intellectually citizens he was chosen by ,the peopleon scale of styles and colors has been ii styles. I lid I
this ces Shaw, Layafetla Mitchell and Hilda ii j
closer to her trother Loverpool, Nov. 3.-The duty is issue. introducted, nothing being considered, ''
James take
Willie and
Charles than any member of her fam thrown upon foreign steamship companies !Like an honest candidate he set: to Davis Springer.; Ruby too startling or 'sensational to meet Florsheim & Snow Shoes, j he
Henry Pierce and Ella Hart- IiI
ily. Her sister. Miss Fanny Parnell, to see that their passengerswho work-to redeem his campaign pledges. saw, Jerry Taylor:and Florenee Bed- the occasion. Grapes far from being rI (lfj and last, but not least. the ,
was a more enthusiastic Nationalist,I have taken out only first papers The big corporations to whom millions sole. eliminated from the scheeme of mat- If y
shall conform : of acres of land had been given swellest line of Children's.Boys I dog
and no one can ever forget her wonderful the American regulations ters modistic alike and combined j
poem about "The Destiny of and it is distinctly diverting refused to pay the drainage tax. Births. with apples or plums give quite a I t' '. and Youths'' Cothing j I how(
Ireland," when she anticipated., only to1', see' how some .of the "steamsaij The legislature was asked to make "bite-To A. DeBroux and wife, a Bacchanalian appearance to the mod- : Want
too soon, her own early death and officials apply' themselves to the task provisions to make the corporationspay girl; to J. T. Whiten and wife a boy; els. Instead of being carried out in 1 :ever shown in Pensacola at 3 I thousI <
asked: of securing the necessary information their share of the tax. This had to W. L. Miller and wife a boy. white as they were during the summer t\\\\\1P\\\\\ J prices that are satisfactory \I edam
.Shall mine eyes behold thy glory, for the American government. I to be accomplished by constitutional Colored-To G. T. Washington and they are designed in rich purple all. I pretty
Oh, my country "It was bad enough when one hal i amendment. wife, a boy; to Mary Starks, a girl; shades of velvet or in gold silver, or -. f R to j\ row r
Miss Anna Parnell had not so contiguously to inquire whether a passenger was I The legislature provided for the to James Adrian and wife a boy; to bronze tissue. In some cases miniature i," i fGoJbraksj A Trial and you'll come ;I tensethat
Identified herself with the, a polygamist or not and who had paid! amendment and the people have to T. Grife and wife a girl; to Steve grapes are employed which are I ":
(+ National increment as her )"oungerj for his ticket," remarked one of the ratify it next Tuesday at the poll to Hicks and wife a girl; to J. E. Moore little larger than a bunch of currants, -_: again found
b sister; but that she felt the same, Cunard officials, who is chiefly, con make it effective and wife, a girl; to Robert Parker and In this connection it Is Interest- i J
cerned with the issuing of the saloon All expert testimony shows the and wife a boy. :
Indignation of Swift about the mis- ing to note that these miscropic ex. Do
passages, "but I hate the of all Everglades to be the richest .land in :
government of Ireland by Englandwas worst Deaths. amples are also employed as hair or- JOS. Lemo.
to be forced to ask a lady the natureof the world, if drained. COLEMAN I
naments to the new zoo tw
fairly well known when, a young her complexion.." The expense of drainage must be White-A. H. Butler, 57 years apoplexy accompany !
girl, she took hold of the bridle of "It is not always pleasant either; borne by the land drained. It does ; Williams, one month, (no gowns in chiffon velvet which are ilavosize
horse In Westmore- cause Lewis Adkins, two so popular. .
Ldrd Spencer's given )
he added not cost others a cent. ; ,
"when have to find out
lapd Street, and asked him why he you months (no cause given.) Wings and plumes are a very important
The drainage of the Everglades
allowed poor peasants in the west to ally the color done of by the observation eyes. This but is natur it Is means that millions of dollars of Colored-Velma Bell 1 year (no factor In the making of the Entire f Furnisher to Man and Boy
be! thrown on the roadside. rather embarrassing to find the velvet value will be added to the state; cause given); Maggie Jackson i 23 new hat models and a remarkable development i I r IN\'

The Incident at the time, createda orbs of a lady whose comfort on more people, more homes, and a rich years, pulmonary hemorrhage. is shown In the tendencyto ,
combine several kinds of featherson
tremenduous sensation. It was .
board you have been to some pains to er treasury. 212 S. Palafox Street.
almost as if a bomb had exploded in secure regarding your concentrates The people shouldsettle the ques-! BUFFALO GETSSWIMMING one hat-shape.' Ostrich and mara i i
in'the of Castle, if bout are frequently placed in con. !
vaults Dublin or as with looks lion and settle it nOW' and not wait -
withering or indignation
a new Titus Oates'conspiracy had been I I at your seeming rudeness. to' allow attorneys to grow sleek and MATCHNew Junction and In'some' Instances are a ,v" Phone I::
discovered. Since the dramatic incident fat keeping the case in court until even supplemented with curling coq'splumes
:Miss Parnell has not taken new generations are born and the York, Nov. 3.-The much- In grej, black and white. .. & 727."t, INYI'V
any kind of prominent part in con BURGLAR METSINGULAR present generation is dead. discussed swimming niutcu DeiMi ra I I Even as regards the soft pads and .
nection with Irish politics, but a let- I DEATH I hope every loyal citizen will vote C. M. Daniels of the New York Athletic -I wings for morning headgear the same -"t::
Club and H. J. Handy of the three-feathered scheme is employed, ... .
ter which she wrote a few years ago for the drainage'amendment .. NN
In.connection: with the visit pf Queen Berlin. NOT. 3.-One of the two CHAS.' H. BLISS. Chicago Athletic Association will'take I and a combination of pheasant
Victoria showed that she still held burglars who attempted to break place at the Young lien's Christian I guinea fowl and even peacock dyed i
open REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT Association N. Y., the .in multitude of different : The Appearance Your
the opinions of the early eighties, a safe,in the office of a large mantle I of'Butr o. on I. a colorings,I'I'I. of 1'SEen
8th of next February. Daniels, who is used with capital effect
when l she was one of the most energetic manufacturer here has met with a. ,
members of the Ladies' Land singular JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR has just returned to this city from a i Purple and leaf-green, represent :
death. He and his accoL.1plice. : t th
PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. visit to Buffalo, his for effective which Dining Room
League_ finding their tools not sharp gives reasons very alliance la seen t wild'floc
Miss Parnell visited Glasnevin three enough or tempered enough deter selecting that city for the match. He i in many of the smart hats, while par .
months after the death of her brotherIn mined to burst the safe with WEST INDIANS FOR says he was brought up at Buffalo, : rot-green and moleskin are among : depends egulounl
order to see his grave and since some explosive. They open stuffed the lock CANAL ZONE LABOR and his friends have often urged him ,the other leading color combinations largely upon the sideboard which it S
then she has not been in this country. full with the explosive, presumably to give them a chance to see him ,of the season. As 'a' mater of fact : contains. Certainly no other piece of furni :
'There is tradition the 'sur gunpowder and ignited J. An of. swim. Both Chicago and New York moleskin is almost invariably allied I Tb.
a among attaching an Kingston, Jamaica, Nov. tjiregives much i
wanted the match, and extraordinaryefforts either to orange, pale blue, or the I so pleasure to the housewife !
vivors of the literary staff of the fuse, waited for the result. As tie ficer of the Panama Oanal Commission each
'Irish People' Newspaper., says :Mr.I fuse burned slowly one of the robbers has come here to interview the were made to secure the at :more'viTtd tints of green, the : than a handsome sideboard. : atT.

T. P. O'Connor in his "Parnell Movement approached the safe, to hasten mat governor on the question of getting traction. mentary color being SUPPle-I I 3
," of a young lady heavily ters. .At that moment the gunpowder laborers for the canal zone and to The distance will be half a mile, ,ingly. and with great discretion. : 1 tudyay
veiled coming with a contribution to exploded. and the door of the ask if the depcsit of $3 per bead, under and the race will take place in- a pool The smartness of a tall $15 to $65 i .
the office of the journal during! its safe flew open smashing in the skul!l the Emigrants Protection Law which is 60 by 20 feet in size. A new clasps .the throat closely is not to be 0t Ata cCher
troubled career. This was :Miss Fanny of the burglar. His accomplice escaped will not be expected. The feeling record is almost sure to be established Parnell. There was not a member and as the explosicn made here ia that the: American govern- and experts believe that 12 min.utes ,, and happily the material that : linen,and l i i
of the 'family! from the mother hardly any; noise nothing was knows ment will be forced to get West In- will be beaten. will be most often employed is lace. :. ,; large apartments for storage. :
to-"the youngest daughter, who had of the affair till next morning. dians, who alone can stand the cli- It may be 'coarse and white like ..
not 'this intense love of their country. mate of Panama. The officer will Irish giupue with a half-turned over BUY o 1tscut
Surgeon M'Ardie has rendered! a I also; arrange for-4arge shipments of. rim at the top. or quite fine, with a : NOW PAY LATER. :i
valuable public service. He has given fruits' .and vegetables from here to ruffle! of tulle to break: the hard line .
the sanction} of his great ability and I Economyrs the canal district. ie .< of the .summit. Ruffles are certainly ; PalaCov
experience aid pre-eminent position Complexion only waiting for encouragement to 4 .
New Suits Flied. become'ubiquitous, and-I most heartily 4 MARSTON
in his profession to the urgent and & QUINA i
'The following new suits were filed recommend those girls who : i stret
fJl-h portant movement for the suppression
a strong point, with yesterday in the'office of/the clerk of Food. seas swanlike necks to try the effect 4 .
of tuberculosis in Ireland.
He1 selected "Tuberculosis" as the Hood's. Sarsaparilla. A the circuit court: of them. 10M10 S..Palafox St. Phone 149. Peimola: >, Ala : Ti

theme of his inaugural address, delivered Newman Goldrinc vs. Richard! :Mor ,..There.. are so .many picturesque. e tfy .. ;;; -. .; ,- .Af shutclay
& & .. .& .& - .- ..
before a 'crowded 'and bottle lasts longer and does ris, Jr., foreclosure! of. mortgage-I a gained. this autumn with yTV ..> ....".-w. ....?999f9999 I........O.ONNNIC-..
appreciative J
Avery &r Avery, attorneys ttr; plain- brocade, and velvet In the =-
way of I .
audience on'
; ,the opening of '
more good than other.It tiff. Grape-Nuts .vests-both'long and quite short that g
tt- Session at St. Vincent HospllaJ.and1treated 'damages twisted in 4 careless
L. Zachary, naturally, manner as
W. one
D. J. Hart vs. : looks for
I' ,q the subject with a power is the only medicine of $400; Thos. Pebley. attorney ,for} lace that adds so much to the the jabot air of of were those of the 'young' French lace.With the morning shirt a 6tor% sa't PEA
F, peculiarly his own. He showed that. plaintiff. tb.e' schema. And nobles who. before the battle of cravat of Persian handkerclooks ".f;
while in -other- countries efforts, and: which can truly' )be" Said100DOSESONEDOLLAR American National' Bank vs. j; RI: THERE'S A REASON" coming. Th1' al11'happily. smart 4t.' u forth. Stelnklrk Can be versified with got wellr: the silk is bordnd ", 1 a t3.Q
of .
i ;} successful efforts are being made to' LAndrum; foreclosure; -Avery &I presenting it is In the old way; fered'ends."edced with satin, or witha snuff-brown and watercress ;r tufUr' -
a 1 j shed tc"*. M** ** of tuberculosis, In I' Avery, attorneys for plaintiffs. form, so-called because the SteinHrk ends are chen from ,whl V fall flounce; tier patterns and the, body colorly is uas tp.j : !-
I upon tier of fine needlerun net and steel-blue dnamon or brlck'r


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- I ,' cq } 5 5R. I ? : THIRD WEEK I



I .

I Pope Reese Feels-

ed at Being Endorsed BARGAIN SALE H

For Legislature. I .

I R. Pope Reese, endorsed by R
+IT executive committee -of the

'Ctta.tG 1laait.. i cratic legislature party vice for representative Hon Chas. M.to s : Monday Morning at o'clock I
Are you four-handed? I ton deceased., felt highly honored I ,
the action of the executive N 'I 1 !
Its handy! tee and himself r
- I so expressed

Put your fingers into I the Reese"1' meeting feel"at highly the.last action night flattered: of," the said CO_ 8 : collection of special bargains. Every department is I, f ,

our glove sale12cents / mittee, and It .was. nomination
finger, thumbsfree. sought by myself,'as.my pro and the critical
to attract
per Interests are such that they will good things tempt a -
fer, but the sacrifice is one that
Democrat should be ,willing to ; ,
t American-made gloves "As to policies and measures and economical buyer 18
I t shall propose and support- I
$1.00 per pair. tinued Mr. Reese, "should I lie N.
. ed, and I have no' doubt but that fU
will, I,have not decided, ,for the i
on reason me the so:suddenly.nomination However.was thrust I I...8 SKIRTS AND DON'T BUY HOLIDAY GOODSUNTIL; YOU SEE I ,

CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO.JTiJIESENVBUILDINGt a firm believer that there are lil
many laws enacted by the OUR LINE.
[ of the .several states." as a 8 rJn :
rule. I am in 'favor 'of fewer ; ever shown in Pen- They will be ready for inspection in a few days ant \

and''good beneficial to laws"the-laws people that'wall of the]] : .. .. .' will promise to save you money; .. ra ; I
SOMETHING NEW at large: and look to the building fU :.11. ,
bW:' Beauty!} Pins, 25 nd 30c per pairW. of the, commercial interests. of I department before'N' choice line, in New Fancy. Plaids, at, <. J :
218 S. Palafox Si ewhBe110ts'la '
A. Gahlenbeck. commonwealth"From my. knowledge at' the styles are :all stricily: and . . . . 25c 8, I
ent dmE!.ot some, 'of the me.. save you money on U t :
COTTRELL that will.be proposed, the coming -
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacola. sion will be.a[ most. Important SPECIAL DRESS GOODS BARGAINS. fU" j f
.. r'la. and I 'propose 'If elected to give' ; t j
best talent'j rand' energy'; to'sift : 1 : o P ular made'arid ra s brown;;;: : .' .., One !lot of 50-inch Imported. All-Wool-Scotch! Tweed fr)i m. :
and place, upon the statue books : } rare- '
ft : Suitings, and 45-inch Silk and Wool Taffeta Glace
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1170.skSuppI.es. such .measures as.. shall .be ; $24.90 fU
: : ;
; A ( : finishing tor Amateur to the state." f to $33.90. 1 per Suitings worth $1.39 and $1.50, agent's"san p e prices : = ., N ,

2 fr | : ,, our special price . . . . .'. .'V7. 69c ,.1' 1 '
R. K. WHITE, bargain you V : : '> .)11.t1J '!

2 is'ctriter.; an.33.Manufacturing S. raiatox Street.Jeweler Penstcola.and Graduatef Fla. S.M.GOSTON I ITO .., ,<" .$2.95 One lot of 25c Ombre Plaid Suitings, special. . 18c
7N v A't
7N .-. $1.00 and $1.75: French Broa.tcloth'-S: Ul.t'mgs, 52 inches 1 J..V..'"

Tersely ToldAmong I . . . .$3.90 wide, special . . . . . t-. .'.'. . .$ 1.25Toe 1W ,
A the visitors to Pensacola .
> yesterday was Geo. T. Allen of St. ,:Mannish Tweed. and Worsted Suiting, choice :_. N A l,
y Andrews. B special for" this ; sty estogoat. ... . . . . . . . 49c fJOf
Jules Solomon of Tallahassee, was :: .' . . . .So.90' '
In the city yesterday shaking hands MONDAY i N
J pith his many friends.W. ; ",'- and Browns, SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE OF FINE SILKS. W
F. Graves a prominent mill man $5.00 each, for X -
of Funiak, was in the city yester f One lot of colored 36-inch Taffeta Silks, absolutely all rJ
. . . .$3.90 .
day on a short business visit
-cJ i Remains of the :P f silk and worth $1.19 per yard, your choice of any

a E. M. Sessoms, of Milligan, a prominent Coats in endless va color while they last at . . . .. . . 69c IBB
/ mill man of that place, was Young Man Will Be f :
here yesterday on business. under value. ... '
g Placed At, Reston .J"X'a' Finest 9c. Jap Silks, in' black, white and all colors,- a. "
(;('0. :M. Dansby. of 302 West Inten- I 8 -
'.50 $5 some time in the Correspondence That Date.. f : ,
to Institute of America, Scranton, Pa. 60 pieces 50c and 59c fancy Dress Silks, in neat, swell !i

to has-s been district appointed representative of' M.The Coston funeral, who services:expired of ]"Dn. s at $2.95, $3.98 and- effects ,a great bargain at . . .: . . 39c IB y- '
to '
The Sunday afternoon services morning after,& lingering-illness, -
f N.
Taffeta Silks all colors 90c
36-inch regular
hich have occurred at St. Kather- be conducted .Mondayafternoon Pagoda ,
on u; ne's church, will be discontinued on St. Katharine's, church;at one line from the i:1- value, special 1 sale price : . . 59c75c m
::St 3si account of the rector holding services The delay' in announcing U e.. I Jap Silk ones, all at ,
at t the navy yard. The Wednesday has been due to the-'delny'in''t Plaid Waist' Silks, new and nobby colorings, special m
Ii Friday afternoon services will from relatives, ,and in '(; !
a ale place at four o'clock Instead of the place of interment also sale price . . .'. . .:. . . . 49c N
5 .ve as formerly.If The member; of the ,Eagles READY-TO- t
:hel you lose any money or your pug Knights of Pythjas- ; will" 'attend We are showing an excellent line of fine All-Silk Plaids nJ 'I
t'5, funeral in a body ,and: conduct . 1.49 N
"10g or your Sunday umbrella you ceremonies of; those- orders at from, per :yard 49c 69c 85c to oi.. . $ tU
could say something about it in the
igj rant Columns of The Journal. Many grave. ial bargain prices.

at ; 'columns!kmsands: of honest day and people there read will these be NEGRO I ILLS : .# in the .new and I 200 SAMPLE? RAIN-PROOF. COATS.s. ." 8fU t'

)ry.|I ;"rctty large every chances In your favor if YOUNG'WHITE . . . 69c. '
value. Lades $10.00 RainCoats .
you mention your loss to them. Of at about :under regular 1 ..
,nel rouse\ every Pensacolian recognizestat ,By Associated, -Peas." HOSIERY. in gray only, special . '.. . . . .$ 6.49 ru '
Sparta Ga. Nov. Edward
The Journal is the "lost and ..
I !: medium of the city. one ion, a of young'the most'man' "and prominent a member lam 1-3". off. Ladies' ., $1-.00 finely 1 tailored Rain Coats, newest models 1 a fBfa

Do it r now-Order Blue Ribbon here, was shot and, killed to-day 1 . . lOc great bargain at . . . . . . . .$10.90' : '
!lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely pure, Jeff Lundy, a. 'negro and 1 ose, special 1 . 19c fBru ,
w *twice as far and the "Blue Ribbon tried character to collect, from'some whom rentals.Binion ._. . . .7/c 200 pairs of Boys' Wool Tweed Pants, splendidly
lize.I flavor. is perfection. Ask for the 25c with dogs are id pursuit- of . .. 25c made, for this sale, each .-.. : . :, 25 m
who escaped.

r f I IIWIUTION I isEXTENDED' I ..........._......;.. .., .- .. SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR MONDAY. III

j t. . ., Ie" Best He Pip.ow Cases extra good, for;, : . lOc I.U .
ALL i DID :Ii EVER i ii r ". ,.. ". ". "" ". .>. lc 19c Hemstitched Pillow Cases, fine quality, special for 14c fU f

. . . 5c Men's $1.75 Work Pants, neat dark styles, only 10 N
. .'.-. . . . 98c rJ
INVITATIOIN BY Y. M. C. A. TO i HAPPEN TO YOU? i . . . 5c dozen, to go at, each .
to for . lOc Boy's Wool Cheviot pr ,Mixed Tweed- Suits, worth N
VISIT ITS BUILDING THIS .go. . . 25c $2.50 to $3.00, in this sale . .., . . . .$1.95Boys' tu

AFTERNOON. : .Ever,. .accfd garment entatly' ,'skirt teal<, ,,1 ... . . . 5c $3.00 Beaver Overcoats, special for . . .$1.69 Nm
new !
; your : White Full Bleached Sheets, 72x90, m I
1 trousers, coat or. any. English Bristle, 1 case of Wing,
1i .TV "ioungIen's\ Christian ASOCia.1 thing! I i ) choice of entire torn and hemmed, to go for ..- . ... . 39c ru
lion extends an invitation to 1 lot of ladies' new Plain Silk Belts, worth 25 and 35c, fU
. . . 15c :
1I i M'building the ('Itand this afternoon strangers from!' to 'use 3 to its 6o'clock I. What DidYll..,' Do? !! and Silk: worth; to go at .. . . . .> .>. .. . . . . 19c N '.

At. 3:30 there will be the needle arid thread andmended i I . . . l 5e 2 cases new.Mohatr Lustre Suitings, worth 19c per. ns ,
'regular\\l Lunou"social and song at four" led o'clock by Mr.thj 3, Took a It? W'OI.-.oidl';, : It look I at . . 2c.. yard, special, for . . .* ........, . . . 12c JB ,
I young men's Bible class. after. this? The stitches was''ruined.! showed I now J 2 cases of ladies' and children's, 39c Full-Fleeced N. t ,
The class of Bible! : and the garment nil
for training . .
that will. _mend all I to go at
somtehlng We
fathers sill also meet at that hourto have :cV-h
i arrang? with the Instructor Rev.T .I: kinds of clothes,, holes 'in umbrellas. { : 10 : Ombre 'P ald'and Check Henrietta

... tad< >MCalbway to be followed]] for and the the.course hour and of use. silk.of ,thread.or anything' Therefore, ;II IIthe I : .in. .boxes. . ;. .reg. 25c Suitings, worth 25c, special . . . . . 19c N ft
e *V' of future" meetings. In future stitches to show,'and never"know \i[ hemmed 2 cases finest Pacific Percales and'Flannelettes,
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.e. this!! class than will Sunday.meet upon some nightctjpr I' it MAGIC was after torn. 'It which Worlds It Is like named.the ; . . . .spe-. 39c in 5-lb bundles, to go, per lb .,.'. . . . 35c N 1
*' i ii and wide hem, 1 lot assorted Work? Baskets, worth lOc each, for . 5c HI ,

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street and south So If you wish a package of
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cent delicatelyI such man as Jefferson? Can't yoU REASONS '
bland and altogether \/
'and Ignore
refuse Ryan's
I money SORTS.
; jbettlenjutola jtmftU11.:i worded resignation to the Inevitable orders even for a few months?" 1'1 ALL NOVEMBER .MAGAZINES., *

I and, considering the mystery which But the questions are futile. You : No.74

has shrouded the "Newg Bureau's" can't keep a four-legged rat .out of I .... .........a .

\ history and operation is about what a sewer. You can't keep Boot out of THE VACANT' ROOM. ..._ _...... Real FOUR-PU

was naturally to be expected.But :Ryan's pocketbook as long as there How often. In despair and gloom. He-My darling!:,I would like to .go I
DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. it the barean'g ""trustwort.h1in. is any hole that:Win let Wm in. Uncertain feet have crossed this bas room tep- with you to the end of the world! Collars last !n the
done. high
work How oft some Impulse
When Ryan wants She (Incredulously) Of because
: PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY formation" leads it to believe that the his course Laundry. Lion
it is
Hoot the rat, is gnawing; Then sank so low that angels wept! there is no minister or Justiceof Brand

...BY... "drainage amendment will most certainly nature. What prisoned souls have beat In vaAgainst the peace there-Translated! for Collars
] be rejected," It must have But he serves his master Ryan. this little window pane.the world Transatlantic Tales from "Fligende are -.
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. sources of information even more badly. Statesdo And Stream looked by, abroad while their and seen poor sails were Blatter." all FOUR-PLY.: I

mysterious than the, source of its financial -.i The not people like corporation of the United rats burrowing Some. furled girl, mayhap. In whose wide eyes Huge Bridge Adrift. 15 cents each 2 for 25

; FRANK L MAYES, President an* General Manager backing.If in the graves ,that they honor. Old Sorrow sat with In young whose*furprta breastHe We are familiar with many different cents

CoL Choate really has such information They do not like to see their paid Or patient long had mother been a frequent guest. kinds of moving. Even office buildIngs AT ALL GOOD SHOPS I

ASSOCIATED PRESS. he is probably.the only one servants in high offices working to The stripling with fame's bubble blown are moved in these days.. But -
MEMBER THE earn from a trust owner? the money Before he leaped to stand alone; when 40,000 tons of steel begins to
of the anti-drainage people's advocates mismated. sad to scan
The wife
that he steals from the people.The What parodies are made on man. move of its own accord it is a very =s
SUBUCRIPTION RATES paid or otherwise who has been ableto corporations were unwise when Could such walls speak then men no difficult matter to prevent it from 'Prepare For the Cold Now

On Tear. .? ...........$&oo One Month .. .. ... .. .. 45 get It, and he has certainly not they selected as their agent in this Upon more the printed page'seed pore: going as far as it wishes says Henry SPLENDID HEATER AT A LOW PRJ-J
Six Months .. .. .? .. .. 2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 been able with all of it to convince campaign this rat with the Ryan For every place where life has breathedHas Hale in Technical World Magazinefor
Three Months. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..$! CO his co-laborers in the vineyard that brand burned so deeply into his hide. precious-legacies. .bequeathed. November. He then describes the
I the Williamsburg
of big
their work has been successfulIt The bitter cup that all must drink; drifting the East
Election that across
I The Journal's from which all men must
is an open secret that every single The draught
Which Detailed New Yorkv This great bridge
The Only Penmacola Newspaper From a shrink. River
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured I anti-drainage advocate of any prominence Report Will Be Complete.Not Believe me. friend. I care not where. I.. cost approximately. 20 million dollars .
in the state with the possible in years has a state campaign In palace proud or hovel bare. ; and owing to an accident and
in room
exception of CoL Choate, admits attracted the interest and attentionthat Man Has been occupies drunk-except deep the tomb every! fire. it has started to drift down
S. B. KUoS. stream. Some of the most noted
(Editorial. Rooms 38 Papers on Sale on Trains when talking in private that Governor now centers on the contest, be- bridge engineers and constructors in.
Pk.a.s { I l' Broward has won his fight, and if Chas. E. GROWING! OLD.
BasteMt Office 1600 and at all News Stands. tween Wm. R. Hearst and the world have been 'called to make

the drainage amendment is defeated Hughes for the governorship of New We must grow old my dearest. an examination of the structure, but

no,one will be more surprised atvtht York. : Though strange it seems should to ever me look are at a loss to know what to do to
That those glad eyes
Offices-Journal' Building-Corner lntendncia and OeLuna Sts. result than its opponents themselves.If There also campaigns of a I On Death's unfathomed sea. prevent it from further shifting. Owing .
the other anti-drainage 'are !And turning sadly backward to the great strain upOn the cables
all of
more or less' important nature In > Like seamen soon to sail cause by the movement ft Is impossible

PEXSACOLA, FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4. 1906. stuff which the "Bureau" sent out nearly every state in the union and ,!It Shall may be for that a moment your heart fail.or mine to use the bridge :except .for ordinary '

was as transparent as the letter published Florida herself has a very interesting I I traffic and no railroad cars
I above, we are not surprised When we grow old, my dearest of any kind are allowed to cross it.
HOW TO MARK YOUR BALLOTTO evenly little contest on the drainagu Think not upon the tears. as it is feared the vibration and THE WONDER HEATER. body
that the public mixed it about amendment. I But treasure in your heart of hearts of the shape best quality smooth ste i 0Ya)
ELECT A DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE.Elsewhere ( salt and did not swallow it then. ofa The gladness of the years. weight might cause a portion draft. Unequaled for hwtta. totto
will therefore be qU&J et,
Election news So shall we come serenelyTo bridge to collapse] utterly. I economy of fuel and ease of
where that dread sea rolls. operat: Intended to burn
in The Journal to-day is a sample ballot which is intendedto The way The Journal covered the decidedly interesting nature and And part at last upon its verge Hearst's Potent Organization. toga, etc. With nickel wood. urn.ch Takaha: ;:

aid the voter In voting correctly when he goes to the polls next Tuesday. Gulf Cosat Fair at DeFuaiak elicited The Journal has arranged to cover With unembittered souls.S. B. RUSS. l\ Is to be remembered that Hearst I Inch pipe. Our low price only $ui

This ballot is not a fac simile of the official ballot, but simply something geneal compliment from all over the matter In.the most complete form ism has not only>a_chain of powerful !

that the voter may use as a guide. West Florida and from DeFuniak in possible.On REAL. INSPIRATION. newspapers ably manned to carry on I THE BAZAAR

On this ballot it will be noted that the names of three candidates for particular. The Journal has a habitof election night. The Journal will I There In a is charming doubtless lady's inspiration smile its propaganda but has uenind it the I 114-116 EAST WRIGHTBOOKS, ,
colossal left the father of
the legislature appear and that there are two blank lines under the names doing things just that ,way and receive bulletin reports of the' results i I Or a bit of rural landscapeOr fortune by
perhaps a rustic stile. the prophet of, this new dispensation
of these candidates. One of the candidates. M. O. Baggett is the demo that nanit seems to be growng as in the various states and on the I For a poet or a painter Hearstisru, in short has been developed

cratic nominee and the other two are socialists. of the time.Hearst's morning following it will publish a I But Things for strong.like these true the inspirationTry void may ml into a great organization put in

complete report of the returns so far a twenty-dollar bill. to corporate form taking advantagefor I
Every elector is entitled to vote for two representatives Its own purposes of all those op-
ReplyTo as they have been compiled.The In a storm'upon the ocean portunities afforded by American cor

to the legislature. In order, therefore, to vote for Secretary Root's Attack.The public is invited to make The In When a daisy the by waves the wayside.In are mountain. high. poration law which Hearstism so con- I hare-the

Journal office its headquarters Tues- a village beauty's eye stantly and so bitterly denounces and 'PurityBooks" by FaKi!
the two democratic candidates should make Stall viz- What
a cross a Young
you Boy OugH
Those who draw and paint may gather to
remarkable attack made by
for the organized in'J such a that it could
day night or to telephone it Inspiration from these springs way Know., What a Young Girl Outfit (to
mark (X) at the left of Mr. Baggett's name, and, in one of Secretary Root, speaking for President latest returns at any time. But just try them with good money. proceed upon its career of influence Know What a Young Man Ought to
the Democratic And they'll pass the other things. and power even if its titular chief I Know What a Young Woman Cagti; ()
Roosevelt on
the blank below must write the of The Journal's correspondents Know. What a Young Husband Ought! <(0
spaces name absent in for long
you were person a !
Know What
candidate for governor of New York When a poet in a frenzy a Young Wife Oug u I t.
throughout West Florida are urged Raves about a lock of hair as Standard Oil for ., Know, What a Man of 45 Ought to Kmw
R. POPE REESE, has been the talk of the continent and get in their reports on the result of Or goes dotty o'er a mill pond has long been able to dispense with I What a Woman of 45 Ought to know tt
whether its effect wall be to help or Soaring In the upper air the immediate personal control of Mr. $1.00 each. These are very popu'it;: tare -}
the committe'e at the
whom democratic executive endorsed last. the drainage amendment vote You can bring him to his senses being extensively advertised ill ti.e
hurt Mr. Hearst can only be conjec. earliest possible hour. The long distance From the high poetic flight John D. Rockefeller, notwithstanding magazines.For .
night. With a bunch of ready money the common opinion to the contrary light reading I have Billy Baxter
tured. telephone should be used I Dangled carelessly in sight. Thus It ia very plain that Mr, Hearst Letters (containing all the catch 17- In addition to writing that must also Mr. Hearst's reply Is characteris where that is not date slang) at 75c. Also the JL:-'q
name, you put a where possible There is rapture in a sunsetAs has not come before the American Brown series (better than Pecki BJ
4tic of the man and is as spicy as or- possible the telegraph wires should the shades of night grow dun, people as a candidate for high office" Bay and up-to-date) at SOc. A&! m
cross mark (X) at the left of it, just as.you do at the left dinary English can well be made to But it will not feed the baby by usual or familiar means. In the Mr. Dooley books at 75c.
be used.POORLY Or buy pinafores for him And many others.
many many
of :Mr. Baggett's name. read. The reply wag made throughhIs In an cstacy ecstatic present campaign he has changed his
K '$ i: ;nMH H We may witness the event methods and has appeared constantly
Simply WRITING Mr. Reeses'am on the ballot afternoon paper the New York I But the cruel, haughty landlord as a speaker before public gatherIngs HARRY T. HOWLAND,
Will not take it on the rent.
Journal and is as, follows: PAID Picked Up. throughout the state. So briefan Manager De Luna Book Store
DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A VOTE FOR HIM.: You The readers of this newspaper CRIMINAL COURT JUDGES. # experience' on the" platform could De Luna SL, Phone 1491

scarcely need be told that Root Sec SIDE LIGHTS ON HISTORY. not be expected to make an orator of
must also X the left of it thus '
put an at : retary of State drawing a salary & Jacksonville :Metropolis.tt Rotten Truth. him but it is to be said that he has

X R. POPE REESE. from the American people and actIng Cadmus was observed poking about in faced the public with far greater free ***at4-x't-an-a4a KHf.U'
I as the servant of Ryan and any H the ground some time after he had lowed! dom and franknessand also with t
This should be clearly understood all over the county and every democrat trust that will hire him 13 opposedto -- those dragon's-teeth. When asked what greater effectiveness than ,those who:' FLORIDA POLITICS s
who reads this should take pains to see. that he thoroughly under the election of William Randolph In our issueoOctober 17th we I he was doing he replied with an air of thought they knew. him had expected spoke editorially in favor of the passage -I I anxiety: "Say, I believe those teeth were I
stands the matter himself and that every other democrat whom he caa. Hearst constitutional: rotten. after all." If he should win, be would have % C
of the proposed
aFor a long time we have said sufficiently emerged from the movement which H H fUflnThe
reach also understands It. amendment which provides for an increase Had Done Himself.
plain what the people think !.1 name standefor- a distinct .personality -
The fact that this contingency has arisen. should also stimulate every jof ''Root the Tweed lawyer and the in the salaries of the Supremeand Having intently studied the statue of and,a great political force Game a. Played.
Atlaa holding the earth for a moment
democrat to get out and vote next Tuesday. Ryan lawyer and what they think Circuit Court jUdges-from $3,000 I Ito Mr. Rockefeller op turned impatiently away. If he should be soundly defeated in The same of pol tics Is a pecu"ar;:; ;
,I qf his presence in the office of the $(,000 for the Supreme Court I "Don't see why that should' be commemorated this election, Hearstism would still remain -and funny game. Men wzo bitter. '
secretary of state. which has been judges and from $2,750 to $3,500 for with a statue" he said: "Ive a strong and potent "going con opposed Governor Broward m r.s;
the Circuirt Courts!.We advooafp I been holding up the earth myself for cern" in and American
heartily Journalism
Prohibit Campaign for warmly -
Any More I 1 Florida News filled before him by honorable men some time." governor are now
Bureau---I the nassasrp of. this. ampnrtmpnt public life; but William R. Hearst
last at Uticaa ---- -- -- -- supporting his drainage scheirj
night r---c-
I In his speech :
Wooden Sidewalks.I I Again Heard speech in which he endeavored to I Now we wish to speak in An Irish Bun. himself as a political personality and I I while others who as warmh supported -

'If Pensacola needs one thing more!' ; Like a voice from the grave but earn Ryan's money by 'attacking passage of another ---------1 Europa had mounted the bull'and was a possible holder of high: governmental him in his gubernatorial race a>s
riding when some one called out to would have fallen
away agali.
than another just now in the matterof innocent aad bland as the proverbial ,. Ryan's enemy (Hearst, he was Inter, I which in fairness and her that she bad taken the wrong direction below position the horizon line there to as strongly opposing the drains:
citizens In his audience I people with one accord and without ,' "That." informed, "ia .r. amendment You can't always! sc= '
public improvements It is better. smile cl ,the heathen Chinee there rupted by
maln.-From "The Progress of the'
'Republicans presumably-men who hesitancy ought br all means to vote the way to "But, replied times tell where the pnrfos* 1.1
sidewalks and more of them. I>comes a message; from the almost for I,I dd: not like to see a Ryan Jackal for-this is, the' one which providesfor Europa.is with Irish aa buu.i arch" smile "this, you World" In the American Monthly Re- politician will land.-Madison V 'w
see, an
But Pensacola never can have better t gotten Florida News Bureau. It will trying to earn his fee by exploitingthe an increase of the salaries of the view of Reviews for November. Enterprise.

. sidewalks until we do one thing be remembered that the state press memory and the tragic death of Criminal Court judges, or rather an As a Matter of Course. It
viz: cut out and prohibit the building pretty generally repudiated this Jack-' an honored man. equalization of the salaries of'these _Mrs. H. Peck-(Laying down her paper) Ballooning Dangerous? Practically Out of Business.
Thosewho, according to the New judges. This amendment providesfor How on earth do those poor fellows Balloon ascensions will be safer 'I'he wind Is against the sa'1: :; ,1
. sonville who the Panama
of wooden intelligence organization are digging canal manage
walks in every part of the when the man who handles the
Press the equitable adjustment of these gat. the *
York World and the New York to live, anti-drainage ship. The raa
city. I I whose source of support was so care- interrupted hipi ;and told him to 'let salaries as follows: In counties of Hen-Peek-Live? Why. being there to receipts is compelled to go up with printing bureau in JacksonvT'e!! I

: Wooden sidewalks are not only fully guarded from the public eye the dead rest In peace: had little less than 15,000 population. $1,000(); in dig outs., they would naturally live in dug the aeronaut as a passenger. business got dull and the dec;' d

poor excuses for the purpose for and we had begun to think that it knowledge of the character of Root counties from 15.000) to 25,000( popula. Chicago Tribune* for their goods was meager So t: "v
the corporation rat tion $1,500; in counties of from 25,000to ; THE BRAVE OLD WAY.I And yet according to A. W. Rolker, closed the shop. They nei: anc:j
-, which they are intended but they are had gone out of business long ago. who describes "Sky Sailing the New
AS the rat burrows, in any grave 35,000 population $2,000; and it say risk all for one warm kiss: ced certain individuals of orators:
unsanitary as well They rot and decay It seems to have reserved however I say 'twere better risk the fall, Sport in The American Magazine for tendencies '
I I so Root would desecrate any graveif should be understood by the voters Like Romeo, to venture all. whom they consiicrmore
November than balloon
themselves and they catch and an even" more appropriate time for Ryan told him to and paid him to. that the salaries of the Criminal And boldly climb to deadly bliss.I ascentions, have more been made from or less their own handle!

conceal every kind of filth Imagin-I I making its little shuffle into oblivion Root had the impertinence to compare Court judges, under the present law, What like that mighty savage.minstrels Sabine came way of; it! aero club's headquarters in France an and upon whom they felt f;; .s r: j* aright

able. Dead rats. mice. chickens and announces its intention In the following Hughes the corporation lawyer, are the same in all the counties Their songs are ringing to this day. without an accident. to call, would go out "n4< or:

snakes dirt and filth and disease of delicately worded epistle: with Lincoln and Webster. those of small as well as great popu I The bravest ever sung or writ. I\ISktne of these got sick that Lincoln or law Their loves the lore of Juliet busy with private affair *m$ A
Does Root Imagine lation. Under the present there are The Stone ,Seat.
every kind. find a natural and con I FLORIDA NEWS BUREAU. Webster had anything In common as many criminals tried in one termof The Of Portia old true Desdemona lovers are year living yet; The dragons on the back look fierce rest do not seem to b* t nit: on' '!a

, venlent hiding place in a wooden Jacksonville Fla. Oct. 30, 1906. with the money-greedy trust lawyers, some of the courts as are tried in I t And we we love we weep. we sigh and glare. a .hurry.-Winter. Garu-a fccociet

sidewalk and the latter could not be1 I I To the editor- : From trustworthy Hughes or (Root? a year by other Criminal Courts. In love with loves that will not die. But they don't mean it it Is Just

kept clean or free of disease and i information received from nearly Does anybody imagine that Lincoln Take our own Criminal Court for Then take her lover sword in hand their way Perish the Though..
every section of the state it now appears would vote for Hughes paid servant instance. There are from 100 to 175 Hot-blooded and red-handed, clasp To ramp. like that, and xrorl their tails What if Jno. S. Beard, like Syd T..
even if an made to that I-icr sudden tall and
attempt were stormy grand
that the' drainage amendmentwill Trust or for Root, Carter should get convert'
of the Sugar cases disposed of every term and And lift her In your iron grasp with rage. suddenly
effect They are dangerous also to .most certainly: be rejected at the the paid servant of everytrustTiX there are six terms annually. The And kiss her. kiss her till she cries For they' would never hurt a child, to dralnate.; Who would be left 'a
life and limb and a prolific source of polls in the November election; the > every man know how an- salaries are alike for all of the Criminal -From keen, sweet, happy killing pain. they say.Sometimes > orate? WHnter Garden Rcochet:
Aye .kiss her till she
seeming dies
damage suits against the city by people -Florida News Bureau will therefore I grily the giant Webster'would throw Courts namely. 1000. We venture Aye kiss her till she dies, and then.; their big stone eyes Just
who suffer while be closed after tijs date. Please off the Insult that would seek to con the assertion that the judges of Why, kiss her back to life again! tainlyshine Daddy of the Scheme

injuries walking take the Bureau address from your nect him a real man with the light these courts in the largest populatedof Joaquin Miller. With love, when they see methere Johnny Whiskers tells in (na

; on them. I| mailing list and accept the sincere buyable trust lawyer ,of today the our counties are the most inadequately LOVE'S LAST SONG. 'friends. of mine. Pensacola News how he tntead< !' r

If Pensacola expects to become a l thanks of the manager and the op-- Root or the Hughes, permanently up paid Judicial officers in the O that the years had been lived in quiet. startle the nation and disfrancv *
city, in all that the word means she!I ponents of the amendment for the for sale to the highest bidders United States. This Is a sweeping O that the past were a place of peace! They teu"me stories 6f the olden time the negro. We read all about: '

must divest herself of her village togs courtesy of the exchange, as well as The people say to Root as Uncle statement but could very well be verified But here ray dear, let fancy riotSoon When Quaint old by-gone sweethearts some time ago in the Atlanta pa?""*
for the valuable assistance you have Sam says to Wm in this picture: with statistics.We comes! the shadow when life Shan used to meet and It seems that one Hoke Smi b -
and clothes and'' cease
assume I' rendered ,in the campaign. "Root, we are paying you a salary. to write this editorial And look like pictures on the Best the father of the scheme. Hope ," IJ
customs. The first thing to get rid I Fraternally What are you doing here working for are that impelled the voters may know the Lean your pale lips; Room wall, will succeed anyway John.-DeSc'a

of then is her disreputable wooden CHAS. A. CHOATE; Ryan? exact status concerning these courts They The were old story red aa repeat the May; Here on my mossy, carved old County Advertiser.
I I Manager.As "Can't be honest even when With marble seat. -
sidewalks. .. you and the salaries of their judges fully the first kiss sweet! I
we remarked, this is an inno you sit In the office made sacred by They say' in those old days, "folk DeSoto for Drainage.
The life of a wooden sidewalk is satisfied that, knowing the inadequacy O that we never had supped with -
I sorrow- pranked it fine., !Hon. Robert McNamee of
not more than five years at the most of these salaries the voters will exjsted.rectify Dwelt in the ashes of bitter years! And I believe them* for they're made a speech to a large croi!} "

If therefore the city council were CHRISTMAS EDITION the evil which has long We live to-day and we lose to-morrow- friends ,of mine. the court house in Arcadia on THE JOURNAL'S The Duval county Criminal Court was .Soon comes the shadow that hides alltears. >
to pass on ordinance prohibiting the I day afternoon In favor of the at :
further construction of such walks WILL BE A GREAT NUMBER THIS YEAR.In organized about twenty and although years ago the They say those dragons queer, tion of the drainage! constitot"J! :
with a $1.000 salary Yet lean pale lips- o'
your there'll. 'come &;day amendment Mr. :McNamee is a p::
the city in five years would be free accordance with its usual custom The Journal will issue a special population has several times doubled Once Have they they were whispered red in vain? When I will" be picture, too and I speaker and made a decided fmpf

of them entirely.We Christmas Edition this year, and it will be the best effort of the ]kind which since then greatly increasing the As roses in rain! wear .i *, I sign! on his hearers. The gen-ral,
work of these courts the salary Is > A long white gown and kneeling at.. there assern*: i
cant begin too to The Journal has attempted. opinion cf the people
any soon get ever the to-day as It was In the be- What do they know in the paths of duty ,II
Of the souls that Joyed and the heartsthat 1 my .. i I from all parts of the county. s"to
Into the habit of doing things right This means that it will be the best Christmas Numberthat has ever ginning.It Will be 1
bled? a prince, with golden'I I Indicate that DeSo'o county grI
Why not begin to do the sidewalk been presented to the people of Pensacola and West Florida and when matters not that these Judges, Soon comes the silence that chills an liair. I I give a large majority for the ado:; ,

proposition right not later than Janu- 'some of The .Journal's former efforts are considered that is saying a good poorly paid as they are give their utmost Soon beauty comes the dark where the dreams And whether then, to take him or of the amendment.-DeSoto o::sl
endeavors to faithfully perform dead! decline I
try 1. next? It is up to the councilto deal. tan Advertiser..
their duties be the salary ever so 111 ask my dragons for they're:
set the pace. Everyone remembers the splendid Christmas Edition which The Journal small the people cannot afford to allow Yet give me your lips friends of mine Lamar and Hearst.

We are glad to note that the Western Issued 'l last year and everyone recalls the pleasure which it carried into the their judicial officers to serve And As hide In youth-time me from God so fair -Elle Casselgne Ring,Ia: the Novem I Our Congressman Lamar has '

.. thousands of homes where the paper is a daily visitor. them without at least a fairly just In the gold of your hair. ber Metropolitan Magazine. campaigning for Hearst and *

Union Telegraph Company at The Journal's readers liked it because it gave them something to compensation.Saves. You are my own-still; and God is above Hearst up In New York and he ot&'

last going to give Pensacola a better think about to laugh about and to talk about from the that time until the He you; to have some reliable] ffo5Cabout !
office and trust better service. $20 a Ton. sways the life-tides as tides of the there. N't; i-:*
we Christmas bells pealed forth their happy greeting, and The Journal's advertisers More hay is being harvested abqut sea; R.MOVALNOTIC[ the situation
:After all these years of rotten ser All that I know of His heaven was-to. but trust magnate money paid
liked it because it gave them an opportunity to speak directly to the DeLand this fall than for any previous love you. defeat the DemOC'C!
vice, underpaid employes, and an of thousands-of Christmas buyers whose trade they wished -to: have. year, and It Is just as good hayas Love has made earth as sweet as The office,of the Penn Mutual I/'fe' nominee can layS Mr. Lamar and if 1111
fice that looks more like junk shop shipped from the west, and for heaven to me! Insurance *
a will
Company been
hag g
This still better which will removed Hearst
year The Journal will issue a edition contain doesn't show tip
than anything else it is about time to. which one must pay $20 per ton. This Lean down your pale lips- from the Fisher."bunding. to. 223 Brent by a big majority. It Is only a sa.e
more features go into more homes, and be of more interest readers making at homes saves the farm The dim eyes that mat
hay weep'I building. *
that the Western Union deciJed to ill doubtful if the
and more value to advertisers than even last year's paper. It ,will be a er and grower many a dollar.-DeLandRecord. thank you for heaven DAVID I I[ election and .LAtC
give Pensacola something in return So kiss me to sleep! EDREHI. I i nates produce the spondulicks
number that every person in Pensacola will want to read and that no advertiser Frank 1. Stanton. District: Manager. Oak Democrat.

for the money that the company in Pensacola can afford to miss. -
takes out of the > -
I town every year. The Journal has been the great leader and pace-maker newspaper enterprise > >

: With President Roosevelt, Grover in this section of the state and It is probably all things considered I

I., Cleveland. Richard Croker and Pat the most successful newspaper in the state. In its new buildingand

'McCarren all opposing Hearst it with its increased facilities. The Journal's Christmas Edition ought to Plantation Guarantefnyy I ITo
Chill )

i L? looks might as though be good.his chances The people for election who- be Florida.and is going>to be the finest work of the .kind that will- be 'got out in Cure is i :

do the voting may decide to select The date of issue will be announced later but readers- and advertisers ."

IL governor themselves. will' both begin to get ready for it now. i CI., or M Refunded DJ Your Merchant. So.
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t I'ff'FISHIM H : FLEETASSUMING j ; of the household, for without
BABY'S'Angels' can be complete. How

Watson Parker & Reese Co.I picture of mother and"babe I }
smile; at and- commend .the

thoughts and aspirations of the mother "

SECOND FLOOR SECTION. : G GSH BIE EIDRSED BYCOMMITTEE VOICE I which bending the over the cradle. The l I '

evet.is o full of

Draperies, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Comforts, Blankets, E the exquisite thrill of motherhood look. forward with to : '

Ladies' Suits Every woman should know that the
Shirtwaists, and Furs birth can be entirely avoided by the use of I '.

In (Continued from First Papalact liniment for external use only, which

II Every Quality. And Within ,Another Two he said, had been questioned bya the parts, .nd assists nature in 1
gentleman whose name was now in its t
nomination. That sublime work. By its aid KM ffl i
gentleman he
I Weeks Many of the Vessels opposed and gave opinions against thousands of women have

u e.action that gave Pensacola white passed this great crisis in perfect I t

.., .;- ,........;. ,'. r Will Be in Trim. supremacy safety and without pain #
;,. .. I '&&. Jones then I
c. said that he had
"'.-'. I been threatened by a friend of the Sold at f t.oo per bottle by druggist Oar book f
I I I The fishing fleet'of Pensacola which gentleman in nomination that if he! of priceless value to all women sent free. Address I I.f t tRRADFIEW
was almost wiped out of existence by made these +
: : ; the hurricane, is now assuming: would reveal statements something this that friend he REGULATOR CO., Mm**.

shape rapidly and within another. I
(Jones) d'd: ten -years ago. This
two weeks many of. the vessels will something he said! was nothing moreor ::1.
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.be engaged In the trade again. Many I less than voting the Palmer and '
: schooners which 'were thought a day Buckner ticket. He had no excusesto r 1!
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I or two after the blow,, almost hopeless offer anyone for this action. Personality -
wrecks have been floated and he' was a friend of It tFbpe ;
: I. 'repaired and are now In shape to ll f

A'/1N/ QW f resume fishing. Reese.Mr.. Beard Takes A Hand. t <
I Yesterday Warren & Co., who were The discussion grew more interestIng
very heavy losers by the storm, fitted aa John S. Beard asked for the l
out the Osceola for sea. The vessel same permission granted Mr. Jones, ( ,
5 was floated from her position on Per- and made a short talk. He said that 5-IOM02S
: dido wharf, and repaired and is now Mr. Jones had Injected the city pri-
j jF
ready to resume fishing. mary question into the matter and
The Caldwell H. Colt' another of he desired to call attention to the fact

jy I this firm's fleet, which was ashoreat that Dr. Frank O. Ren haw who presided THE POWER OF
the navy yard has been placed on as chairman over these meetings -
%'"ck3: and when she Is finally float- has been since elected -to the
: S3 will be in good condition so far city council and that three of the

the hull is concerned. members of the present executive -';
\ The Mary L. Hardy another of the committee who are also .aldermen Everybody knows that a
fleet is just off the Bruce docks at had cast their votes for him. lots of his ,
Bagdad where a new keel was fitted, Mr Beard then took up the matterof car products 1
every price perfect and of good quality and she Is now at the Hbodless ship bolt'ng the ticket and said he de- of a dozen or a hundred : :

Cape and Scarf effects, $2 to 40. yards at M'lton undergoing repairs sired to call attention to the fact that knows that a store doing a
and in ten days will be ready I
I I about ten years ago.a circular or ad
for sea. dress was sent broadcast through the afford to sell at a smaller ;
FURS sets white and colors, The firm has had a force of car- county attacking the democratic party I '
a store doing small business.
$2_ to $9 per set.adios' penters engaged in rebuilding: its barrel and asking for the support of the a
house and sail loft and it is expected -. Palmer and Buckner ticket. This circular Taking these facts

WIll that by Tuesday night this he said was s'gned by W. C. understand in
why can buy i
Tailored Suits work'will be completed. I Jones secretary "and when he stated :you
$9 to $40. '
1\ 'Captain Warren stated yesterday ," sa'd Mr. Beard, hat he would i cents, articles which in other !
Ladles9 Skirts Itt. afternoon that while good progress not support W. R. Hearst were he
92 to $ and five time sas much. We I
was be'ng made in floating the stranded nominated he meant that he would
Ladles' Shirtwaists $1.50 to $18. I vessels the fishing fleet of Pensa bolt.,again." each store doing an enormous
I cola would never be as large as before Pertinent Question.
and in
ing selling we give our
l the storm. The firms had found Just as Mr. Beard was about to con.
Down Comforts, $6 to $37.50. that too many vessels were employedfor elude Chairman Rellly, rising sa'd: benefit of all the power this

Cotton Comforts, $1 to $6.Blankets -1 the number of men, and hereafter "Mr. Beard were you in favor of This explains such values as
a smaller number of smacks will be white supremacy at the last city election WINDOWS"I I
$1 to $25 Pair. used but more men will compose the ?" low: i
crews which they think will be more "Yes" replied Mr. Beard "and the
L I vh1table.: files of the Pensacola Journal will
show that I was." MONDAY 9
: "Well," asked Chairman Re'lly. ,

Not How Cheap, But How Good, For the Price. SOLD BICYCLE "didn't favor" you of promise white supremacy to make a and speechin did KRESS1 STAMP

I not!
FOR FIVE CENTS "Yes but that was conditionally I Fine variety exquisite r i

made when the committee approachedme. work. In this
art exceptional
I live in the country and am a i

Watson Parker ( Reese Co. countryman, and am not m'xed up in i scarfs, tray cloths,. splashers, 1
; j.. took city politics his seat, ,, said amidst Mr.much Beard as! he1) and shopping bags, table

"SLING SHOTS" WITH TIRES Chairman Reilly then laugltir'l sets. . . a. . i

SELLS STOLEN BICYCLE. in the case of Alderman Also an endless assortment i '
Everything to Wear.FAST I(when his name was placed before the
Hootcn's 'Pharmacy yesterday came city come 1 1. of which he is a member loops, embroidery silk on skeins

that no primary man was ,ic;
:: '1I i.'=:': very near losIng;'one of Its delivery: silk twist-all color.
bicycles. The wheel was missed in
the morning, ficm "Us accustomed i l Mr. McHugb speaking along the Pillow Top of fine ticking,

T place when a search was made for i I same toes said that no other malI painted effects, all different, 25
could not be in the precinct
.lEE PACERS found
it, but could nowhere be found. It I I
I WITHUREWFROM was then decided that it had been and that. Dr. Ranahaw had been suggested price i . . . : t tESS'
be seconded the nominat on
stolen and the pol'ce were notified, -
of Renshaw and of it,
Dr. was proud
ARE NOW IN THE CITY but in the meantime Jack Hooton was
Informed that a small boy had been as he had made a good alderman.Mr. KR .
--- seen with It The clue -was followedup .' Jones Speaks Again.
W.\ C. Jones again spoke. Me said
RACE BEFORE I' A beautiful collection of
and the boy was found but be
The three fast pacers John A., Billie All of the animals have made fine in reply to Mr. Beard that he had '
: A. and Jim Crow, all owned by records on the tracks in various denied the theft. :After being ques owned up what he had done breasts imported from Germany.
rapt T. U. Welleg reached the city southern cities: this season, especiallyJohn tioned closely however the boy ad al elections, but never had 15c Per
in of John out of mitted that he had appropriated the In'naticn-I
: -sterday morning charge A. who lost only one race the election of a man I
:.Moulton who has had charge of) the ten, and that' was the last one paced.In wheel and promised to return it on principles: as last year. maD. Value 50 and t
horses throughout the racing season. every race he won it was by MEETlrm condition that he not be sent to jailA (not the Individual) ne said, repre ,
The animals came direct from Selma, straight heats a performance seldom short white afterward the little sented the principles of white supremacy -
where they have been racing during witnessed on the track. fellow! returned the missing property and he, (Jones) suported and KRE SS'
condition I
but in mutilated
the past week and are stabled at Captain Welles will keep the hor- a badly worked for him though he loved him
Captain Welles's place on East HilL ses here until January I, when he He had cut open' the outer tires and about like he does the devil.
A. H. LVAlemberte Had strips of the inside tires tc Kress by buying in vast
a 'I|Itzd ,
of Memphis Reese Talks.R. .
The three pacers as well as the one will ship them to Ed. Geers Candidate
tere, Geraldine will be features at one cf the widest known race make 'sling shots. had Pope Reese then took the floor. sell candy that costs 25c per
the Horse Show next week. They horse men in the 'country, who will Good Chance of Receiv- sold It developed the wheel afterwards to another bey for be the He said that he had finally consentedthat cents a pouncL Notice the' .t I
will be shown In the'r racing rig and have charge of the animals next sea his name go before the committee
of five cents.
ohn A. will probably pace an exhibition -I son, and who believes that John A. ing Nomination. magnificent The: boy whose sum name Is not known but that it would precipitate such Wherever candy is sold in a
mile.ALL will lower all pacing records. a discussion was a surprise to him
about five or fresh and harmsless pound
is very small possibly He said no one could accuse h'm of per
six years old. Jack Hooton says that bolting in which category Mr. Beardin I Strictly fresh chocolates and
Alderman A. H. D'Alemberte, who he -
he was so small that was compelled
defendingbim. had placed him. Re-
HOPE ABANDONEDFOR was one of the candidates for the'en- to reach up for the handle ferring to the city election he sa'd'he 40c to 60c per pound, Kress'

I dorsement of the executive commit bar cf the bicycle and for that reason took the view that it had been illegally -;! Kress' Excelsior
he would not report him to the po ,called; that he had always .
tee for representative withdrew from Kress Famous
SAFETY OF SMACK lice. vored a white primary and in
the race early In the afternoon. fa-I
instance was fight ng it for the Good to eat Delicious !! !!!
Before the committee: meeting last son that he thought It was lOc
night he told a Journal representativeof and that neither Mr. Blount nor any per
An hope for the safety of the fish- made the harbor in safety and rode SOMETHING YOUSHOULD 25c
his determination. other attorney had ever said that the Sold elsewhere,
ing schooner William IL Warren, of out the storm, but the Warren did called. He had
the fleet of Warren &. Co., which, was not but came to anchor off the har- "After considering the matter, I KNOWWe always primary favored was legality white supremacy, andif

caught at sea during the hurricane bor and Just outside the reefs. That decided to withdraw from the race sent to the legislature would prom- j aRES
has been abandoned and it' Is nowbelieved not that I had any fear of being'defeated ise his hearty support to Mr. Beard HWATCH
her location when last sightedby
that the smack was not only was for a I had a sufficient: numberof to have the Fifteenth --
'n his effort -
wrecked, but that the seven men com- the in the hur when the storm passed nothing was a Business has increased until it de- and vicinity to know that the most I -- --
losing the crew perished thus disfranchise all thenegroes. made mis-step but he
and a
ricane. I: seen of the schooner, and the pre8umption mands all my time and attention and valuable and delicious cod liver prep country not discard them but bring THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO
Is that she went to pieceson J could afford aration known to medicine Is VlnoLVlnol said
not to leave it for
of port the time that Mr. Reese had the fold. '
The Warren sailed During them back Into FLA.
all the medicinal APALACHICOLA,
the reefs and the men were all lengthy a period as sixty days and go contains I I I
after had made toe Ceased.
shortly; before the hurricane in command elements of cod liver oil actually the floor and be Discussion
of Captain Charles Olsen, drowned.The I I to Tallahassee. taken from fresh cods' livers but nota assertion that no attorney had claimed The discussion upon the merits ands Manufacturers of
the vessel was a staunch one but "I wish to express my appreciation legal he candidates then
known as "Swedish Charlie, and useless oil to that the primary was demerits of the
crew was composed of six other men, could not ride out such a blow under for the work in my behalf ,of my drop of the and retard greasy Its wCrkand approached by John B. Jones who evidently ceased and the committee came to
friends, but I do not think that I upset the Cypress Shingles.
such conditions. The captain had whispered someth'ng to him regarding baltotv
the names of whom are not known, to this is added peptonate of Iron aa: uuisrstand'n?
M all and came hereon been here for the past four or five sacrifice my business In'erests In contrary- to his former statements
ships were some foreigners months since. The years and leaves"a wife, but the men this Instance so announced this af (tonic iron). Vlnol 13 recognized'rfor the speaker immediately stated I- W x 1" x: 18" j
relativesat ternoon at 3:30: o'clock my determination For this reason the had been informed that be %" x '" x 18"
have that be
vessel had been out only a short time so far as Is known, no world as the greatest cast should
to withdraw, concluded Mr. through had erred in this regard and that several there was no nomina-
when the hurricane occurred and she this port and have been engagedin health restorer and strength creator 4" 1 that In case Cypress Tank of a1 Descriptor
D'Alemberte. p'
and tht made for the fishing business only a few I, not attorneys of the city had pas V.T, upon the first ballot that the
schooner Kwaslnd known to medicine and we do Write for Catalogue and Price bat r
of the primary.No lowest rote
St. Kwasind months. 1 upon the !: t x)>a receiving th3
Joseph harbor. woman or
bdieve there Is a man.
Apologies to Make. This rule was
M be dropped.
DR. W.: ". MAREAN 1 child in Pensacola but what Vinol will Sri re'ary D'Alemberte, 'n regard t adopted after,a mot'on had been carried
of the
at this season
benefit I voting fcr Dr. Renshaw said that ne to vote by secret ballot although SCARRITT MORENO.
year. 'had done so and had no apologies to a motion to vot by roll can had been
IS VERY ILL Vlnol creates health and strengthfor for it. He then seconded the I Mr. Purcell SAFES OF. ALL DESCRIPTIONS.. .
I males made by Agent for D'' bd S f and Lock CeCanton. ?
old people weak, sickwomen of Mitch Jaccby. Ohio.
nomination Reese Nominated.
BY THE ADD OF nursing mothers and I Salesroom E. Oov. St.PLNSACOLA .
and children I J. M. Andrews who nominated Mr. Chairman Reilly then appointed tellers Office and
after a severe sickness. : Reese. again ris'ng. said that all and the vote of the committeemen -
TELEGRAM' RECEIVED LAST Vinol cures hacking coughs, cb-r-n- ,men had made mistakes In their lives. was taken and counted. the re-
3ft&T*<* K Hostetter'. Stomach Bitters thousands of sickly people ic colds bronchitis, and all Groat and : and some of the best men in the sult being announced with much .applause BUYS !
c been past 53STriMAmr' BY HIS DAUGHTERS troubles.
"'Whave years, many haverobust tarUtteaduri atthe fact. I lung offer to return as follows: LOS I IN MOBILEA
sal Try Vinol on' our 12 votes.
"tt This aS should encourage all -sickly people to HERE.A R Pone Reese.
r-'-Ji I-J'D follow their example. You'll make no mistake In resolving moneY If it fails. W. H. White. & I J. J. Suliivan. Jr. 4 rotes I I :

to Co., Druggists., Mitch Jacobv, 4 votes. telegram, received by The Journal f
'Note-While we are sole agents for Ask Your The committee i then adjourned. last night from Mobile stated that in .,
1 tryHostetter's! telegram was receleved'In the Vlnol) In Pensacola. It Is now for sale r I the foot ball game there yesterdaythe
city last night bringing theY Jnforma at the leading drug store- in nearly FIVE MEN KILLEDIN Pensacola Classical School was f
t'on of the very serious illness at his every town and city In the country. Friend defeated by the Mobile Military la
home in Ocala Fla., of Dr. W. H. ITC for the Vlnol agency In your MINE ACCIDENT st tute by the score cf 12 to 8.
Stomach Bitters Marean. who has been suffering for town. The Pensacola boys It Was stated,
U some. weeks with typhoid pneumonia.The .i how Coffee treats him. I Zanesville Ohio, Nor. 3.-In a mineacc'dent were outplayed by a few points Y I
FASTIDIOUS WOMEN I at Santry Mln a, this county -
4 telegram was 'received by his >Ton gather !SOme facts. their better trained opponents but
It Is especially compounded for strengthening weak stomachs daughters Mrs. B. S. Bernard and 1 t consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic anecessity I can five men were killed and several the gams was Interesting from startto

to and enjoy making good'health.the -digestion' It cures perfect.Then and prevents you are Virs. R. J..Owens and suramop N sure Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Heartburn Cramps. Sour them to his bedside. They 'will person and for local treatment of TEXTILE I WORKERS WANT \
Risings, Poor Appetite Female Ills, Bloating In- leave th's morning for'Ocala. feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing, TEN PER CENT INCREASE I. O. O. F. ATTENTION. '
member of the of
:. Don't somonla accept Colds anything and Chills.in place of Hostetters- If you Dr. Marean'was a former residentof germicidal, deodorizing and For healing saleat I Ipasm/MJ/ Fall River, Nov. .-The Tix.lIe! Pensacola The Lodge 1'\o. 4. are degree requested staff to
extraordinary. for drill the hall at S
c. want the best results. All druggists. Pansacola and has many' friends qualities are ad- be present a at
Council here has.demanded an
here who will be pained td'learn of Druggists. Sample free.' Address ( ',o'clock this afternoon. By order of the .
ranee of ten cent In wagts. Captain
Co.:, Boson,Mass. per
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2B Per Cent ,
$2500-6 rooms 1 block from Confederate would like written contract
$3 000' We J protecting
monument; bath. gas electric -
FOR] SALE I connection etc.. > oi Your Income for an artistic and up.to-date: 6-room and.authorizing( sale... We ask-this on account
and hall with all modern conveniences -
$4200- -Cervantes.7, rooms. ,North 90 feet Alcanix.front by comer 125 on West Chase street on car of the_ large, expense.w'e are, put to in effort to
: I feet deep; gas bath. etc. For IRent ?- line., I sell the property listed with us.

DwelllgS': $4000 1*, Bast < <
Jackson the
rooms near .
2 on large corner lot, 107x110.feet excellent neighborhood,
off Eat, .V1rlght.street .;. ..'....... .............................. $4500 00 methodist everything church modern. bath. gas and $425Cash WITH ENERGY, SYSTEM. ; TACT, EXPERIENCE

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'room dwelling on East Zarragossa street near Seville square ....$2100 00 $1600-5 rooms East Cervantes, 1 block If you pay any rent' at or Instillment plan, 'for 714' North and the honest to benefit bur clients

Large 1 story dwelling on East Intendencla street ........*..........$1000 00 : from Methodist church. This is a' all here "D" street. 2 rooms and hall. Cottage lot purpose ,
new house, has,bath and gas. just drop in in first-class 'COnditiolL.On. large -
7.room dwelling excellent neighborhood on East Hill with lot 110x- This Office -

.150 feet stone walk,. stables, etc, ...........,..........;..........$4500 00 : Investments. most any day and let us S -

2-story, 8.room dwelling, on Wright street. near Palafox .......,..$8000 00 $3300-6 houses' corner LaRua and A talk to you about the of)lont'T'Interest loan at lowest market rate Is Winning Its Way By Steadfast Effort

< fi-room dwelling on corner lot on. East Gadsden street lot 120x1321/2' : a streets year., all new. renting for' $458 : Mortgages on real estate In this city To the confidence of the best business circles at home

.................. .... houses-homes'-\\e can bc sold. !
feet, with bath and gas ... ...... ...... .. $325000 5250 8 fIhf are of "C" .
$ North Tract west
: houses Hayne, ea"h4 Maxent abroad. It just straight forward business from
rooms and hall; renting,for J672 a street now for sale. and 1$. the
sell J
located North for small -
4 5 room dwelling desirably on Alcanlz street, with lot you a payment
< 50x170 feet ....................................................... $2000 00 : year.$1500Elegant. boulder that is accomplishing these results.
i building lot on North Hill... down and the balance -
< 6-room dwelling at Goulding, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of 140x120. !

: : land .............:............................n n.-:.......)..... $2500 00 : $8000-155; feet by 120 feet- with 6 good like rent. WE HAVE THE GOODS I
houses, for
renting J864 a
:: It : '' block from, depot.- J Fisher Real l Estate Agency that and property of merits that
: 5000-6 email houses, corner Wright and Viz: A service serves, sells. .

: Bavlen, renting for $540 a year., OF RENTS A "The Goods and the foundation which i-4
COLLECTION These are upon
Phone 87- 206 S. Palafox St.
building their Real Estate business. i
j I Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, iI PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU Agents New York FOR SALE.FOR C
EITHER. 'satisfactorily-why not ?
Life Insurants Company. We are serving you

| No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. 1 WE WANT CAN TO SELL SELL IT. YOUR PROPERTY'? 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. SALE-six-ton schooner. 36 feet or :see us if you have anything -
over all, 11 feet beam, round bottom .
.. ... ...................... ............... .... Fire? Placed Phone TOO. Pensacola, Fla. copper fastened tight and in good condition : for sale or exchange.ik
Insurance in with good sail and gear. A ,bargain. -
King & 4nov
First-Class _
Companies. f
FOR SALE: OR.LEASE 6-room and hall '.
"""'- cottage /with outbuildings attached .
Corner 14th avenue and 15th street. Write
WANTED-First-class man to take entire ; SERVANTS! SERVANTS! SERVANTS'! LESLIE E. BROOKS. J.' M S., Care-Journal or apply 313 East $1500-Lots 14 to 18. block ITS- Maxent $2000)( -Gets the neat little rotUgs -*\!\
charge of loggin goperations. which Who wants them' \\e are supplying FOR SALEHOMES Romana street. 4DOT tract three lots at FIsherville and < lots ,on northwest Corner Garden
ronsists of skidder and teams logging private families with German Swedes. front hard street; .
60.000 feet per day. Also skidder foreman Polish lanes Welch and Hungarian female FOR SALE-Cow and calf .Apply 210 and F streets. Its a bargain
for Lldgerftood Pine Logger. Addree cooks nurses and chambermaids. Real Estate East Intendencia. J. M. Clutter.. 4nov $ 5 oAU'of block 14 CX," Care Journal. 4nolw For terms particulars, etc.. address with -------. 8 lots block 109, West King tract. $1850-Will buy S. small houses on We.t
325 ,
stamp, Florida Help Supply Co.. (Inc.) and Insurance. FOR fAI..F.-Two-months-oJd' doe. $ Jackson street In fairly good con
'liTED-Experienced sewing women Jacksonville! Fla. 4suns Very gentle. .Address B. H. Llndsey.Crestvlew. $ 110-Lots 21 and 2!. block48. West dition and rent for S25 per mOD t....
to work on skirts. Apply :Monday Phone 462. 112 S Palafox :la- 4novlw King tract (east 120 feet\. .
at the Ready-to-\V :::5 tore, :
morning WANTED $3150-For comfortable home
-Every .girl in town to give of block 76, West King tract, on
27 bouth Palafox. 4nov FOR SALE-Bridge score'pads., 25c $1200-All East Jackson
Chiclets to her little brother. 4nov << ; street on car line
.. ,. $4500-208 West Gadsden street two two- 00"'pads 25c. Visiting cards, wedding 24 lots. and overlooking the bay
'WANTED AT ONCE, a good house girl. WANTED- MISCELLANEOUS story -room and hall house lot Invitations. fine stationery etc. C. M. $1500-For both blo ks '11$' andS7" West
either whit or colored. \\orte light; all-around-First-class bookkeeper and 4Sx150. south front on car-1ine. Robinson. 208 West Gadsden Phone 798 King tract S $ 600-House, and lot on West! Zarragossjstreet !
apply 422 North Palafox. 4nov ferred hustler; married man pre- nIcest: neighborhood in the city: Representing Chas. H.. -,Elliott Co.,, of On' rents $L00. Good bargain$8000Lot
Address in own handwriting. Box MATTRESSES RENOVATED gas and sanitary connections. Will Philadelphia. 3nov2w ) 181. block 2T. Old CIty.
: WANTED-First-class installment sales- 661. City. : 3nov2t: furnished if desired. Guaranteed.New.tick tarn a $3000 mortgage Oil"this. Intendencia street,,:,near Baylen, $5000-Buys a swell little home on Non
man and collector. References required. pet taken and laid. Car FOR. SALE-One first-class turpentine 77x170. ..-- .- "A' Hill- Owner does not want it a4vertlsed -
up Leave
Address 8. ,K. Car JournaL 4novlw I WANTED-To rent a house on North orders at Watson, Parker Reese .' $S250-On :North Bavlen street,7-room and farm. Eight crops low boxes. Round southwest corner Bajlenand ; call and let us show YOU
Hill with C or 7 rooms; will lease for Co 8. hall cottage cabinet mantels, bath timber enough with place to cut thirty $7875: -Lot on
'AliTED-Senral white seamstresses at I One year from date of December 1. Address Wesley Duncan. 7sept stationary wash stand in bathroom crops more. Do not apply unless you Chase.' '. '+ :- : $3500;-It you can be Interested In invest!

once. Apply at 119 West Government Pensacola Investment Co. 3nov2 DR. A.V.. HERMAN. Chiropodist stables, lot 60x125. Very mean business. Address box 77. De- $3000-Lots 1 to 5. block 29, New City ment property. take a look at :
; street 4nov room 301 Brent Building 3d floor.. AH select neighborhood.On Fun tak Springs. Florida. Must be sold East GrE'gorySL lots and cottage on the northwn
Reus and Cen-antes. m
\VANTED-To rent for by November 20th, 1906.>> 2novl2t NeW'r
six months, nic. buhions. '
corns ingrowing nails
collector removed 7-room $1300-Lots 14 to 20, _block 138,
:ANTED-A young man as a ly furnished house with four bed scientifically without pain. West Gadsden street.
Apply at Fisher Heal Estate Agency.4nov rooms. Address, P. 0. Box 443. 2novlw specialty. Manicuringa :4 and hall cottage cabinet mantles,: FOR SALE-Ten d'fferent Penal City. $ 950-No. 413 North Guillebard street
gas bath electric lights every storm scenes on souvenir postal cards $1000 Lots 11 to 14, bIds 149;New City
modern convenience The nicest; for 25e. P. p P.. Box 336. City. SOoct 7th
.425 3-room North
TREES Shade, ornamental $ avenue
"TED-FdpertcncE'd man wants position or tlm.1 11 to block132.. New City. house
WANTED Experienced and energetic place in the city that is for sale. $i 735-Lots .
1 as foremen in planing milL Bestof trees of all kinds; also hedge rents $;>>,00 per
: canvassers. Guaranteed salary and references. Address "A," Care Jour furnished and planted by S. D.. can sell very cheap. FOR SALE-Car load fine horses, and $ 135: -Lots 7 and 8. block 118,,near auD- -
commission with promotion to capable i naL, on terms to suit customers.' Best mules Just received; also two milch ders' mill- $1600-No. 910 North 6th avenue 6 rooms.
; man. Fine chance for man looking for' inov Iw ences. Address S. D. Jackson $3000-On East Hill. block from car line. cows with calf Can be seen at barn on nice shade, 2 blocks from car
permanent position. Apply b;' letter, giving reter-j 6-roora cottage, bath and shower West Intendencia street. Turton & McMillan $ 475-For 2 lots fronting on North Pala-
references, to Box o93, Pensaeola Al\"TED-To rent a six-room house In bath. hot and cold water cabinet: 28oct fox street $4500-Bran nt'w.lItOry 7-roora. w,:>
4novlt a desirable neighborhood, by a penpa WAGOAND CARRIAGE SHOP-We i mantles, city water. neat and I built house. with two lots on Ean
nent tenant Address Box 103. City. in $1300-All of block Ill East King Tract
are now in our new quarters 214 East modern every respect verylarge FOR SALE-One-half interest in the O Gadsden street.
; VICTORS EXCLUSIVELY wholesale and : ISoctlm i lot with house. Florala near Saunders' mill
Intendencia. and prepared to do everything i goes K. drug store. Ala. Purchasermust
retail. Metropolitan Talking MachineCo. I in wagon and carriage building and be competent to manage business. $5500-Buys a 1room.lItOry.! also
.. Jacksonville, Fla. Agents wanted.sept4oawlmo. WANTED-All ktrd beer bottles. I pay repairing. E. L. Herring. City. 14octTARR4.NCE ; $((3000-North Cevallos street twostory, Clean stock; cash trade. H. H. Me- $113,500-Gets an elegant lot on Garden' room cottage. These houses an
loc dozen. I handle all leading brandsof 'i-room house.,,gas bath and sanitary Dougald. Proprietor. 20oct street. near Southern Hotel 80s- well built with all modern con
wines.. beers and whiskies- and still : & ADAIR. IJvery. De- I connection This will make a 192. veniences. "The price includes th
:' WANTED-Good man in each county to manufacture that well-established cough Funiak; single or double teams night I nice home. $2500-7-room cottage. ''East Jackson south half of block situated on Mb
represent and advertise hardware de- medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragonaand or day; new rigs. good service, poiite street. bath and gas. Lot iOxli 6. avenue.
., partment. put out samples etc. Salary Government bts. lloit drivers. Give us a trial hone ;39.; $&325C-On East Jackson street on the car I ", H HiI.I .
$S1.00, weekly. Expense money advanced.Dcpt. 6octlm line overlooking' :the bay 8-room -
,A4 The Columbia House. Chicago A..TED-FIrst-cIass hat cleaning. Old and hall cottage, bath and gas, lot I* .
4no"lt.'MEN hats me-'e new. Cleaning pressing DRA WING'?-Of all knds;' Hull. Englre 80x1373*. You cannot build the 1* OUR GULF CITIES. We want your business and will ,endeavor to please
and blocking Satisfaction guaranteed. Patent Office machine and misc. made house for, the money. *
EVERYWHERE daily pass Panamas 50c- Straws. 25-: Felt. lIe; reasonable rates. Patentable Ideas de- I The you. Those having money ,and>desiring, to.place it at interest -
f circulars, tack signs; no 'canvassing, Dertys, 25c. Victor Lous! 100 E. Inten- veioped Sail boats, launches. AddressW. $3000-West. Chase street, between DeVtHiers e Tradesman. a
ctfady. Continental Distributing Cza.Cnicago. dent la Street.AU come in. Goctlm C. M-Gowan. Pensacola Fla., Sseptlm and Cojle, south ftont 'N upon ,approved real estate;, security,_ can do so with
4no\lt 6 rooms and hall.cottage, modern
.J" ".a
WANTED-All owners- "or poultry to ,J. H. PORTER sailmaker 718 South in every way, lot 55 feet front absolute safety through this office. :
WANTED man with a parched throat. know that we are agents JOT the cele- Palafox street. Orders taken for tents Can sell on easy!' terms. The. South take
,Chiclets will do him good. 4no\ brat 1 Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guaranteed awnings camp stools and house cots can much pride in s .
t> cure rupe c.l'>lera. gape, and to etc. Prices reasonable. Jljan $3150-East( Gregory street 9-room house, Its gulf cities. There is no discern.
%WANTED nurse. Apply 8:: North kill flea!'. lice and mites. Also their large;-deep lot utables on car line. Fire, Life, Bond and Accident Insurance written in reliable -
Baylen. :novl w'ANTEDHalfJl"own wonderful egg prodjcer. F. S. Mellen & SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzie Oerting House in good condition. The Ing person but what can read the '
Co. Phone No. 3J4. ISapr & Co.. wholesale and rdtail ship chand. price is less thanrlt- would cost to trend ,of trade And, commerce as ,infiuenced companies.
boy to work lers and grocers." Only first-class houseof build the house. _ _
about the place Apply 18 West Jack- WAr."TED-At-, a four'or five-room kind in city. Fair prices to alt by the prospective comple-
)ion corner Baylen. 3Xov3t cottage Must he.close in and in good J1000-On East Intendencia street. 4-room ,
.... nei hborhood. Address U.. Care ,Tour CARRIAGES repaired an* repainted and hall cottage,. newly pointed tion ,of the Panama canaL As'Is S Salesmen.Jas. .
WANTED-Good man in each county to nah 2osep Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga and walls tinted. good white often said of Wall Street '
represent and advertise co-operative specialty. J. W. Welsh. Carriage Com neighborhood. close in to town. pending the B. Perkins. Wro. B. Runyan.

lepartment put out samples etc. Old TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor. pan). JJfeb very deep' lot. Will sell on easy movement of certain crops, or the

igtabllshed business! house. Carli: salary Gent's clothing cleaned! pressed and repaired terms. effect of some important financIal "WE LOTS"
&:21! .00 weekly. K\pense money advanced on short notice No.; 11V& West -Willie I Q .BROWN &
permanent position. Our reference.Jankers' Government IM., l'.'nsaoola.' Fla. Mints Proprietor. Furniture repairing 10 lots on North Palafo''trHot.: between matter, it is "discounted" in advanceby
National Bank of Chicago.: of all kinds. carpets laid. ,furni- 15th and 16th streets L. Ofc UU.
Capital $%.000,<*>o. Address Manager WANTED-t. R. Bingham wants ture packed for shipping. Phone 6:. Some money to be made in theseas financiers and when the crisis arrives 0 2011.2 Tbiem Bldg.!
The Columbia House Chicago. III_.Desk and hauling. He guarantee youmoving Next to Tampa landing. 22april a speculation .....}............$250< it is not felt but events
),0- L :SNo: ,4t* all breakage. Phone (30. moveon
MRft. JOHN CREARY has the agency for The northeast' quarter of block 175. in their accustomed channels. '
"HoleProorhosiery.. With every 6 New CIty, 5 lots just across the .
l\ NTED-A reliable nurse. Apply 820:: WANTED-Carriages repaired and
-North Baylen street. Inov ; floats built to order frort repainted pairs you get a guarantee that they will street from Bear" new residence And so it is with regard to the
; 1
wear six months. Phone 53; or call at ; they are worth J1500 will
WANTED first-class dry goods sales shoeing cc.a specialtG. Welsh Carnage 21 East LaRua. Jloctlw1L sell if sold quick at :...............$1400 Panama canai. When that great

man. None but experienced need ap thoroughfare between the oceans tl
: ply. Apply to Louis Friedman & Co. ANTED-The Merc ants Transfer ,Co. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet CITYII
InovSt wants your moving and hauling. AU Iron Workercornice work and skylights shall have ,been completed the arteries j-PANAMA
breakage guanateeO.. T. B. Thors"n. a specialty; roofing guttering and List jour property with me if you wanquick of trade will have been so ad-
repairing 109 East Government results.
WANTED-Assistant shipping clerk. Proprietor. Phono f 18- opera
Must! be able to tally lumber./ Apply to house building. Phone 1315. 2junelm! justed in advance that no sudden
Saunders; Mill Co.. Brent Road. SloctlwWAJfTED A.'TTEfD-AII: kinds of tfrical; work.
I sell all kinds of electrical batteries -- 'n _. changes will be observed but the nation I

-A man to assist,with housework and need other me ring*!-trcal:345! or supplies 9a5 l :. H W When Peake you, BOARD AND ROOMS.FOIi Bullock Jr.Real will wonder how it was accom-
and tend to horse. 613 N. J. W.
Palafox. Corner Gadsden. Apply 2Sott New Star Laundry Bldg. K. Garden. plished. Well the "discounting" process FLORIDAI i

: WANTED-Second-hard sacks of ail RENT Mrely furnish :2.dory' is going on at this'very time, a'l' I
: \NTI'D-Engr.ut'r.' <'Iock and jewelry i cottage! on NOrth Hill. sm1 tk* r
I'riptlcnsantf'd. If out of
town evidenced the
dt'-I from lin> ; all Estate and Mortgage Loans arrangements that
repairer with! tools. state experience ,, them to us: if in town. ring us up at car < ; rooms. cc-nv\nit-ix" as. -- .
age and salary expected The O K. : For particulars address "Cotug: ; Care havebeen and .
311 or tirlne them to UO! at cornr are being made at our :
; Drug Store 1'1oralala.. Ooct j I Chase and AIl-anlz'Sts. 1S.. Mellen & Journal. 4novlwFOR Rrfom 302 Brent JSuilding. '
Co gulf ports to provide for Increased
2SJWI RENT: -Two nicely /irrnl hed rooms NEW DEEPWATER
business with the outside world. I
.WANTED-Neat white girl to do ,office >yith board. at 122 West Chas For Box 173. Phon 637 : \
work. Apply: room No 1. Masonic I gentleman only. Bath. electric light and New Orleans at this time Is crowdIng .

'Temple. lIbeL MONEY TO LOAN. telephone in,connection. Phone USX Sew York in its I
.nodw'' foreign commerce ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY

:%A."TED-First-t"lass carriage blacksmith ... and at its present ratio of In- .
TWO NICELY furnished roomS In a private FOR SALE.FOR .
and woodworker. Good position UNLIMITED amount money to loan on fami'j! Reference required Apply crease. will be the ranking port in imports .
for right man. Address. Joan G. Welsh all kinds, personal property, on short 17 North Spring street. 4novlw .
Jbarriago: Works Pci acula Fla. 9oU notice. Terms easy. Oct mr rates! before ALE-one nice revolving showcase within fire years. Galreston is Panama Hotel Saw and :Mill *
going el!!!>wl.t>rc. Star Loan Co.. 116H FOR RENT-Mcely furnished home onl for saie. Apply lo 108 East Wright contesting with New Orleans for the !, open, Planing

s --- - South Palafox.. 4novlm Barcelona street for rent Phone InovlwFURMbHEI 127 f street. Inovlw* chief' port in exports and doubtless here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot :

HOTELS. ; COOO.00 to loan on iood security. Pensa-" FOR SALE: CHEAP-"\lmo5t new Melilen Wagon Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings *
j. -- cola Investment Company. :SOoct: ) hOlStto rent; Owner to & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. that position will be maintained,

HOUSE-SOO feet board with tenant. Phone 2$% or cal bargain.. Piano can be seen since the Middle West and the great going? up. Atlanta_ & St. Andrews Bay R :. nearing :
EHIGGS west of )
Union HAVE YOU IDLE MONEY In the bank! at 1103 East Gadsden street, during the by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. loch
Depot on Wright street; best location, I 1 can get you Slwrcent on the besspossible day. Inov grain growing sections together -withthe i the city. f
best best house to at 1 ,
rooms; stop Rates Leslie E. Brooks -
security. 11%
f.0c day. 21octlm- FOR ''ALE-10000 arres round timberland rapid development of the South.
per i South Palafox., oct'O TWO CICELY trr.ishPd rooms for rent. 1X500 saw mill timber and saw west find their nearest'seaport at t
with or without board, privilege of bath JJ-room hotel at a bargain. Sev

:BROWN free Good bath beds.and HOUSE airy sample-rooms DeFuniat rooms.elegant,SJ Special meals>rina.: MONEY Terms personal easy LOANED property..1.V.on Bullard.on real short estate 28% notice.Soutb and I and phone 1202 East: convenient Gadbden to street tar line.27octlmo Address E'ral mill.Write good Gentry farms&. Setterhnd and town Chipley properties.Fla.23sep. Galveston.Important trunk lines are also i GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR |i

attention to traveling men. Rates $200per Palafox bt. Phone 1144 TWO connecting rooms rurnlshed suit- -- building ,Into Gaiveston that uil!
J. It. Brown .
day. Prop.
able for light housekeepingexcelleni SECOND-HAXD :SAFE for sale. used!' furnish a tremendous! export tonnage .

hOTEL SOUTHERN-Open 'all the I CAN per cent.LEND If you YOTJR: have MONEY any that at eight ,neighborhood near business district' Apply only one year. Address P. O Box 4J2 so it is by no means an assured i Write or See J
you phone 663. SOoctlvr 12: E. Intendencla. 'ioct
year. American and European.plan.. want Interest on. sec me about it It W. S. Hooton fact that Galveston will take even
Special summer rates. First-class in 'will be absolutely safe on real estate THREE UNFVRNISHKD ROOMS with second place. as an exporting' center'
I and dwell
: Pleasant and FOR S\LE-Blacksmith shop
every )respect I,.. T. I* Bowen, Prop.,convenient Fensa-- security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462MONEY bath. Apply ::: West, Belmont. Z8or I log, excellent location near ice factory: but may be the ranking port in that THE PANAMA TY REAL ESTATE COMPANY

:- cola. Fla. ISapr TO \N-Everybody borrows mont. JSoc good trade, large lot good water, reasonable respect ilobile is likewise showing i |
? Fla.
terms. at Mariana Address
BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. Eu- E.money Government from Jno.St. A.When Hah In&. Co.. Hih call ROOMS-Furnshed or unfurnished' for I I W. E- Taylor. Chipley, Fla. lOoctlm. remarkable increases in both export

ropean plan. Rooms light and clean. on us.MONEY. need rent Privilege light housekeeping 2Soct 25 4 I and import trade and it is receiving ........................ ............ ...............!
street. :
Transient trade solicited. 675-579 South East Gregory FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam accessions in the ot
Palafox. Jos. S. Nlcolau. Prop. LOANED all engine steam drying room moulds, important way
on kinds of per FOR RENT-Newly furnished front room I while Pensacola
and everything complete for carrying on transportation, by
easy.eonal.. J.property' B. Gray on&short Co.. 2 notice.W. Romana.Terms desirable in private neighborhood family, southern and near exposure business business, together with the finest bed of virtue of, its natural advantages of Pensacola, St. _Andrews and GA., FLA. & ALA. RY.
I clay In Escambia county. Lo.
LOST. Phone 1l6 itch center. Use of bath gas and phone. : cated pottery right In the city. Ajpply to or address deeper water is destined to hold an CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT UNI

Apply to 422: West- Gregory or phone 1358 i R. P. Reese. Ifisept equal share with its sister. cities In Gulf Steamship Co. Tallahassee Fla. to Atlanta,
%80t1m i ,
LOST-Sunday morning liver and white UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon the trade of the world. .

-. pointer dog; liver spot on shoulder and rates all kinds to of business personal property. Special NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent : FOR SALE AT A .B4RGAIN, That this "discounting' process Is STEAMER TARPON. Ga.
lip; one side of head and ear liver' tip loans. The New York men on arge with or without board. Table board. : brick. one :Iihonopower engine, 100 further observable be verified in W. G. BARROW' Matter. I FREIGHT
Loan Co.. 204 may YOUR
of tall of!. to of Jus Inc "ROUTE.
cut Answers name ** and bath. No. 3 Palafox. feet 1-inch pipe. This engine FIRSTCLASli1ASSENGEa AND
f South Palafox. Phone gas
t: "Count' Reward for return to George Zloctlm thing for_a small saw mill. Address Box the movements at PitUburg and .

: Kupt'ri.m %nov 1 11-* FLRNlbllED ROOM for'rent :Apply SOW. 103, Pensacola. Fla. Sloctlm Chicago for. water transportation to -Between-- Southwest Georgia and West

street jloct the gulf. These important center PENSACOLA MOBILE APALACHICOLA I
'LO'-T \ gold watch charm} about the Chafe FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures. Florida.
: size:: ot t5c piece engraved H. K.. on FOUND.FOllfD ROOMS FOR RENT with privilege of pool and billiard tables etc. In a fine which combined furnish more ton CARRABELUS, 5T. AN.
one M le. and H.. F. on other. Reward for light housekeeping; use of bath and location. At a bargain if sold at once nage perhaps than all others, are ar DREWS. MILLVILLE. I Via
& .return to 414 I::ast!' _Main._ _2novlw_ phone; on car line. Apply 900 E.: Jackson Address box 103. City. :J.Jept ranging to do their shipping south. Steamer Lines, Carrabelle,
-- And all poInU on St. ,
-That Chiclets or phone U 1. lloctlm Andrew Bay, Car-
are really delightIuL
-- LDST-rLaJ\ cold watch; lost either on movF AUTOMOBILE or trade: nearly ,ard as soon as conditions can be ar r.bell. -Apslachicola.. Fla.GA.FLA.&ALA.RY..
-- jdummv! or b>'tv> in dummy depot and PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to I new and in good condition will sell or ranged for it. These ,are the straw SCHEDULE. and
Kandy 'KU.-h.'u. Reward for return totl.e .. board on North Hill, second: door fromcar trade for a good horse. Address J. C.Brashears that Indicate Leaves Peesacols SUnday, 1:30 Po 1ft.,
-- -
; Kan>' Kitt-i RENT East Strong. lioctlm cttrcial wind and our gulf cities PertaacoJa- Tuesdar. It
---- '- :--- --- I are p. m.. Low service to T.tla a"
..f ; it& destined for St Andrews; 1ttnTlne, Apalachlc ratee quick
FOR RENT-Rooms cheap; real newly PANAMA' CANAL EDITION Th beneficiaries.TO CarrabelJto and intermediate lee and Quincy FI PERSONAL. clean furnished rooms suitable! for Journal-& magnificently illustrated pglnts.
For additional ton and Cuthbert, Ga.
FOR REIT1i BIngham has storage! light housekeeping on the hilL Location magazine containing fccor* .* view of ::$5.000 LOAN ON liOOD SE Information..1.B.. SAUNTERS army to For Rates and Information write te
: J. room for rent suitable for furniture high and healthy. Close to car line. the city and harbor. Fo. N.It! an CURITY.' PENSACOLA E R. COBB. ,
A: B. ExerrboJv chewsh1elet.s, why or other goods, 104 and lOt South Tar- Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. book' stores or at The- Journal! olfice* Bymail. S -INVESTIMENTtP General, .Frt.. and, Pass. AgS.Pen.President- J. H. McWILLIAMS, c
not you? X. Y. Z. inov ese'"t treet Phone '39. Strong. Phone 1211.' lOaug 20 cents. lfr. t sacola O:FU. G .r: 4. P. A- Bainbridge Ga.f .
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The SHIPPING NEWS : You can do, almost tCH c LDBaR R- ':I. GET THE ,BEST 1 :

anything if you know how. YQU II j ;
<: 'W-Hcher'Zemurray-
Geniune AIllYSdYasterdan1erOthmeste' can get a good whiskey every -- ,

&)' Br U PftnUce.' .%371: lUo Ja- time you .take, a drink. But

Sailed Yesterday. there's a "know how. [KNOCKED OUT f
: Commission
Tugeia, Br MS. fOl'.Hamburc.VR&8ELS Brokers.;
Don't be, satisfied with any : :
Article !
IN PORT. thing that's handed out-usually' f

Steamship. in a plain bottle, without a name. Pensacola .?II New Orleans i Hiiihrst A>vidST. ;

THAT'S, 2$3..*.zunclon Rocario etoL&Grrfau1t. &..ca.'Jsr Transit. .Co.Hoeketra... .Kramer, It's always convenient to serve Georgia Assembly Dealt It a II.W.'Inton".nola. 820 Common. LOUIS i-

B h Dutch this nameless kind-and there'smore
:: sa 2052. *
GlI1f BeDedlct., bra :O ct.1761.: Kingston288. I profit. Insist on having : Hard Blow By Recent Cotton*' Stocks ; ": !

to s. P. Shotter Co. and : Grain Provisions
Gracia. Span' -f Legislation.
88 Itula LIverpool
to Gulf Transit Co. get a real old whiskey of genuine : bought and sold on margin or for Investment. 1NTEKMM1QNALRecently

Heisthgbuyg.' Swed as. Sehrle, 1422.. merit. .
H !
uelva to Hyer Bros. ,
REAL GERMAN leans Ida.to Anst Gulf M.Transit Hre<
M ietan.. Br as.,' HInde, Colon to again-and again. It's a great has been given !knockout. blow by : Enlarged ; -

protection-make him serve you the legislation recently given by the wrnt .
Lewisham. Direct Private Wires.
ss. Gavin. 175. Rio Janeiro Telephone No. 1173. -
LAGER BEER, to the Wm.. S. Keyser Co. MARK ROGERS then you get Georgia general assembly. and which 25,000 New Words }

Ships. something that's worthy has just gone into -ect. t : New Gazetteer of the Worldwith i

Avantl.. Nor ship,' Anderson 1648, London of a name. Note Georgia has,cotton mills and .M.M.f....MMf..*........ more than t5,000 titles baseda the f :
to order. manufacturing latest census return '
f TRY IT! Ferreira. Port ship Barroa. Sot Lisbon the smoothness and establishments scattered Newnlo 'apblca1Dlctlonary: : :
to master. .
the delightful bouquetof ty
Canada, Br ship. Spurr. '2237 Rio from one end of the state to the oth 'II I conta1DJDcthenaaaelofcmD'lOOOODOtedpersona. "
,data ot birth death etc.
ONLY 15c A BOTTLE Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. this fine whiskey. ec: and there are thousands peoPlittected _,
Ingrid. Nor ship Dannell. 11(0. Ant- Served at all good of EdltedbyW.T.HARRts'P1a.D..LL.D.. ::1 \
werp to McK.' Oerttng & Co. this ; I :
legislation. Agents United States Commlasiooer Education.
$1.50 PER DOZEN. to Lena order.* Ital ship Tassara.. 15S1 London places-but you. must jrf northern mills are watching for"its ; 2380 Quarto Pages r. !

Barks. I ask for it.BLUTHENTHAL. effect, hoping It w.'ll in a measure! The First Step to Wealth I N.w J'a1000 1Is.u. aIda Beip "., f:' :

Afredo Uruguayan. btc Maragas, 987, at least, overcome the advantage 'en: !' NeededlnEveryHome
to H. Thornton. I '
Morris Dannheisser. Alfolld. Swed bk.t! Sven en. 1332. Durban &;BICKART ioyed by the Southern mllla In ge-'- I r Also ebcter's CoilsftaU Dictionary" ] ,; : ;
I to master urlng labor so much cheaper thane ma P.5... lee lnd.
Aadrea. Nor bk. Quale 114. Durban to mills,of the New is Regular tIoQbIOZ'i
England states Saving the first to wealth. The of
"B & B" man
| 12 W. master. That I De Luau Edition IXiJHxJ'ib. I'riJaW fr.. ...
.. ZarrzgcssiSt. master.Avon, Ital hs, .Avegno 1477 Genoa to thousands schools of new may pupils be built who for will the bs wealth became rich thro the saving of his first _pTaw...abibl.p.n.w.sb.utS.I b.5t.g .;

Staanger Campbell,to Nor McK.' bk.Oerting Hausken.& Co. 1100. THS' CHEAT ATLANTA BIG HOC3T fur law.-'shed its by main the-mills, the child labor dollar If he had spent all he made he would raE-nlaqwri.kla.-nu.as..ptlgsu.G. 6 C.1fEIUUAMCO.1Publishers. !
in features to' '
Chacma Nor bk applying \
.Jorgenaen. 557.
WAaITlISNTYUtOZ I' have lost his
IIUUUUJ Fleetwood to oiaer. children under 14 years of age, will} opportunity to .. 5prlDdielcS.M.i iI i
jersofmorphiie) .
PAINLESS opium, a*- Hereford. Nor bk. Jensen. 13SO Rosario not go Into effect until January 1, '\ .- -'- -

I! lixirof opium,wealneorwniJkey,* to Helmdal order. Nor bit Hensen, 1S54 Hull 1908 though there Is a provis'on ..

larg book ot pw to order. which must be complied with in nOT Make Millions 't'

0'PIU ticultrsoo home treaAND' or8&DatortulII Humberto.to order.Span. bk. 1111. Battle. Havana MCMILLAN BROS.CO. 33 'a prerequisite, to the employmentIf JACKSONVILLE !
( such a child.Any ch'ld seating
menu AdareesDr. Isabel Browne Rus bk .Llndquht, 1231. {
B. M. WOOLUT: Hull to master. ,work in a factory after January 1 ,. Begin the saving habit today.Oii& dollar does I
t Kink Oscar II. Nor bit. Johnson 752, J.t4UfURCfi STilLS 1908 must show that he or she has -
Cure 'Zr- E
Whlske Itlanu, Rosario to A. Zellus.Lilla 11 attended school at least twelve+ weeks l'it-and begins at once to work for you-four CARNIVAL ;
bk, Aanonsen, 1030, Santosto 1'UDPE -
order. / o. of- during 1907, six weeks of which must per cent compounded twice a year. ; ,
Lluls. Uruguayan bk, Lopez. 700 Havana '.61' have bean consecutive.There ---

to order. are, however, other provisions J ,
TYPEWRITER Lynn Maria.' to master.Ger bit., -French., 1922. Kings. cf the bill which' go Into effect November 5-10 1906.SEABOARD :- i !

Marina Madre. Ital bIt Simonetta 'mmediatelyNo: child under ten
148, Genoa to order., arsvof shall be In
age employed any
REPAIRS' London Negpore.to A.Nor Zelius.bIt. Ojerdsen. 1128 East factory under any circum8'ance8. No FIRST NATIONAL -

Noach VI. Swed bk. Burgfeldt. 1260. child under twelve years of age shall BANKOF "i
Port Natal to order. be employed in a factory unless a AIR LINE RAILWAY -
OUvari hal bk, Costa. Genoa. to or-
HavIng secured the services of an expert der. widowed mother or disabled father is PENSACOLA. FLA. ANNOUNCES A RATE OF. '
repairer, we bet to notify the public Pallas Nor bit Johnson. 1219 Ply. dependent: upon the labor of the -
that we are now prepared to overhaul. mouth. to A. Zelius. child for supportIf such extreme ONE FARE
adutast or rebuild all make of typewriters Nor bk. Ullch 1934. Antwerp Designated Depositary of the United States.W. :
and adding machines and cash reglstes to 8rezhl1 & Co. -conditions: exist, affidarts: from the
All work guaranteed. Estimate! oil Schooners. ordinary of the ,county must be kept Plus 25 cents to Jacksonville and returnfor
WILL NO r TAKE the Public, and cent mile
jour ed. Telephone machine or us call and and we make will tui send examination for Donna Christina..Am, ach. McLeod. 165 on file In the mill office, certifyingfull H. Knaves, President. W. K. Hyer, Jr.. Vice-President and Cashier. I for Military Companies one ana per Brat VIf
and estimate. Belize to.master.Domlra. particulars of each case. I Thos. W. Brent. Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. A a't Cashier. Bands. Rates apply from all Agency
to mas ter.. Br sen. Reddle- 2001, St. Luele PLACE OF STEELWELL Illiteracy among the cotton mill Directors-F.C. Brent W.A. Blount. W. IL Knowlea' W. K. Hyer.Jr.. Stations on Seaboard in Florida.

Freddie Heucken. Am sen. Bryant.,475 operat'ves of the Sooth is so common D. G. Brent. --- ,
PensacolaTypewriter Havana to master. that Us absence Is noticeable. Scarcely -
of mill children in
any the Georgia
J. P. WILLIAMS CO 'KNOWN MEMBER OF have ever attended school. The result f
November 5 .6 1 8 and 9. -
ExchangePHONE ,
IN ,BRENT BUILDING is that to-day, throughout the
AMERICAN :SOCIETY OF CIVIL state, there are hundreds of grown ill
C.\'. 1I f(AP,FresJdenL JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Casliv;
1369 The J. Wihama Company has re workmen 'who cannot read or write: t.E.CUU Vice-President.4 Cashier. J.W.DREWS.Assufant CasMjr. Final Limit All Tickets, November II. I
moved Its offices to the new Brent ENGINEERS SAYS PROTECTED Under the provisions the new law 1906. -
313-315, Brent Building building thousands of chldren under fourteen -
and -now occupies three
rooms. 376, 378. 380 and 382. People years cf age will have to leave the THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Call on your ticket agent.

baring business 'with this company 'STRUCTION IS -BEST mills during the coming year for at '

The Storm are requested to,note the hane and i:<. least twelve weeks of school, that OF PCNSACOLA, FL4. S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr..
call at its new quarters. AND SAFEST. they _may.: ., gait -admittance as, an Ass't Cen'l JACKSONVILE.Pass Agent. I

operative in 1908.: Opera House Building. JAS. F. TAYLOR,

CHURCH "TYING BEE." New York, Nov: 3.-Buildings Columbus, with a string of large Traveling Pass. Agent.
should not be constructed of reinforced ng \
\Ve now have all of our ,
Delta Yovar People Sell Old Papers I concrete throughout. Such is along the Chatta'hoocbee'river, will (AHTAL SNKK, 200000. SURPLUS 160.099. F. COST,
storm-beaten docks work- ad JIa ;..h For Charlt.,... I the verdict of a well-known memberof be one'of the cities most affected by. 2nd Vice-President.

the American Society of Civil En- the new legislation. Over five hundred DIRECTORS. CHARLES B. RYAN.
and dock The town of Pekalb IlL, hss a -
ing, are prepared to who has' children...willbe forced out.o( Gen'l Pass Agent.
gineers jtist published a
church that handles old newspapersand Henry L,Covlngton, Frank Reilly F. C. Brawner PORTSMOUTHVA.DIRECTORY.
will be
vessel from 100 to 3,000 the mills here and the result
any I I magazine to enrich Its treasury book dealing with the. San Francisco better for'mill labor. J. M. Ffeiffer W. 8, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar.
tons on short notice. We for charitable and other purposes, says' fire. Th writer made a thorough Investigation Anticipating a'heavy influx of factory Btyan Durmody T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders,
of more than 80 buildicvs A. M. Avery. W. Ii. Milton 0. E. Maura
solicit estimates from the Chicago Nrvrs. The pastor. the operatives and their families to
cap- in the burned district and bas' come .
\\ L Cavtthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng Ii
Her. Goorge H. Wilson,-originated the take the places ,of the children who
tains and owners of vessels- Idea. He asked the church people to to the frame conclusion type' that of construction,the protectedsteel < ib are leav'ng the, mills, a small city Ale. ft.tfeoMin, C. 1\1. Covlngton, fa. E. Clark. ,

requiring docking and re- gave all of their old reading matter and superior to all others In fire-resist has been befIt built Just north,of this 1111) ui,(illicit; lei Hilt If fl.U IMl tc:< JS.H lIe jta. Irivtto tpulmeni PROFESSIONAL.

pairs. to search the notue trom basement to ing Qualities. That, there Is' great city, where wide streets 'and cf shaded small in direction; ; for lie convenience: of customers. ",
attic for the accumulations of lawns surround hundreds
years. reinforced
doubt about the of
ability cottages that are'ready for occupancy. Fot'r r.tr cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. T. G. YATES M. D.
The and then ,
papers magazines are concrete buildings to withstand the
center of this city is the new -
collected and stored'In a big shed In severe heat of a conflagration is I I school which
Secondary Industrial _. Optician. -
in --- --- --- -
the churchyard. shown by the following paragraph
October 1, and will be devot3d
DRY DOCK COMPANYMOBILE This. ustbni resulted 1 faTa happy gathering -' the current issue of a' leading engineering ent'rely to teaching the children wh 306 Thiesen Building.

of young,people, .called a "tying-* weekly leave the cotton mills and others living THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I it.!,

ALA. bee," and it is bettered to be strategy; An Engineering .Mistake in the city' trades at which they Twenty Specialist years experience Examination as free.an Ey t I' I I

of, Dan Cupid, fore as one of the Incidents "Are these buildings an engineering will be able to find profitable employ PENSACOLAA '

of the, J estiTtaes.! the pastor soon: 'mistake? Are the engineers and ment in the city. Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. BlounU

may bare< serenl jobs of tying matrimonial -, architects and contractors who are General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
putting th m up building wisely and REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT .
Coal and Wood knots. At stated,Intervals the Architects
safely for themselves and for the BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK.
: ,
young men aadT women,of the congregation 312-314 Brent Bid3., 43 Moses B'dg., t
owners; or may they look back some Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. f
i* meet in'.the >back yard of: the JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery, Ala
: ( day and be filled with sorrow and regret -
We deliver Ice Coal Charcoal and church and proceed to tie up the great because of the destruction of life PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. WM. A. BORMANS
Wood anywhere In 'the city. we can 'mass "of newspapers ''tod magazines' : I ,

supply you in any quantity tad our 'that hare been boarded.A .- and'Light property has ?Just been thrown_ upon $5,000 TO PENSACOLA LOAN ON GOOD INVEST SE; City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. Architect and Superintendent
Mrvice la always prompt.Steam CURITY.
local factory In Dekalb receives a the question by tests or reinforced Otl'ice-3 Brent BuIldIng

and Domestic,Coal. great number of parcels tied up with. concrete columns recently conductedin MENT CO. Denomination, $1 000.00 each Dated January 1st. 1906. Maturing January 1st Phone 823. Pensacola. F....
Wood Cut Any 61z cord. The do not. and witnesed of 1S36.) Redeemable Jan. 1st. 1924. Interest Payable Seml-Annualy.
stout ',factory: people Chicago by many WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SAL, ooooooooooooooooooooooooot
save this twin*, but cut It off the parcels : the Chicago building department The .D E. G. SEWALL and 'then throw the pieces into a, tests were conducted with a numberof Tte whole secret of ftandlng and L. C. PHILLIPS Ph.

barrel The boys and girls of the Rev., columns made from concrete walking erect consists in keeping the The Peoples Bank of Pensacola Homeopathic.
Phones 014-363. 26 N. Tarragona St mixed according to standard ; breast. This I
from the
Mr. Wllsoa's church untie the knots chin well away PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.1\1.1

and take out the tangles and with the cations. Each of the specifi'l- throws the bead upward and backward Pensacola Fla. Office and Residence, 12 N.

cord they,tie up tb. boodles of news. subjected for three hours to i and the shoulders will naturally Hours: 9 to 11 .. ru, 1 to S p.
perature averaging 1,600 deg. F. At Phone 65.
: settle backward and in their true posl'I. -
papers. the end of that time, under load testsit
When the church: 'collects a carload of tion. Those who stoop.In walking generally Jj9iQp9e9QoQP90Q1099o0QASECRET
paper It ,Is sent' to'Chicago. The papers lost was found that the columns had 'I. look downward. The proper ..+....+....M...f...*...........+................. ,.
more than 70 per cent of their
Ballard's bring 20 cents a hundral pounds original strength. way Is to look straight, ahead upon -w-IIY.: ? -- : SOCIETIES.
The church level with the or If inclined -
and the magazines more. Various lengths which had been I the same eyes
expects to realise $60 from a single cut from the columns before they r to stoop until that tendency' is I. Deposit your money in a savings bank at 4 i PENSACOLA Lodge,LODGE.No. 3. NI K.). 9.Pennacola of. ,P.
carload and the'money will be spent look rather above than below
were tested were then covered with overcome meeta every Monday evening at 7.K
where It will do the ''most good. All three Inches of porous'terra cotta and the level Mountaineers are said per cent, when the Pensacola ,Home and Savings o'clock at their temporary Castle H Uover

ObeliskFLOUR the pictures In the magazines! are sold'at subjected to identically the same to be'as "straight as an arrow." and Association will issue you paid-up stock t ItiuC Pous brethren stable.cordially West Intendencta welcomed. 8t

the rate of 1 cent for the output of heat and load tests. Upon examina- the reason is because they are obliged E. H. DENNARD. C C.H. .
: bearing interest at 5 cent. annum payable : KORSLER. K. :.
per per of R. & S.
each magazine, a portrait collector of tion the columns were found to be in to look upward so much. It Is simply

Dekalb contracting to take them. perfect condition, not haTing lost any Impassible to stoop In walking if i semi-annually. : KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. I

of their original strength.!; this rule Is practiced. All round shouldered H. C.>DeSILVA, A. -GREENHUT J. S. Reese. R. M. GARY .. Knights Meeting of Columbus of the
Concrete Not Fireproof the chin near the President. VIce-Presldent. Treasurer Secretary. are held at their ball.
Ira- JIe4& These tests proved that unprotected persons carry i Directors. -H. G. DeSilva A. Greenhut. Knowles H).r, A. V.Clubbs No. S West Intenden- ,
Do you w .Dt'to paint iron beds delicate concrete columns breast and pointed, downward. Take C. H. Dorr, O. E. Maura. Sol Cahn. t.t.i cia street, on every t -
are no fireproof .
colors? To make a delicate pink1;' than more warning In time and heed this advice. i 43 South Palafox. Monday evening At TJA
steel and that if they'are .
o'dock..An Invitation

Is the Staff of Life.It get smallest size box of brilliant red: withstand. fire they must be protected tora bad habit is The more habit easily of stooping prevented ......................................... .......: .U extended Uvtelttn .

and same of white. Add little red to' with hollow tile in the same than cured. Kn'rhtwJOHN a !JONES,

the white until the.color: ,suits. Add a, way that the steel beams,and girders when one walks or stands Is a bad J. S. LEONARD. Grand KnlgbLRecorder. I

has all the merits I little Tarnish to give It luster; also little in our big skyscrapers are now pro habit and especially bard to cure. Real Estate Transfers I NOTICEto _
wood alcohol' 'ai>d turpentine to, tected. -
of all the other good I Following !s a list of the real estate water consumers residing DAUGHTERS
make It dry quickly and hard. For What will happen when fire attacks Naomi Lodge. No. It Daughter of -
blue and putwith buildings in which concrete transfers recorded yesterday furnished by south of Garden of Rebecca meets every Monday night atI
flours and many delicate blue get brUflant columns the Pensacola Abstract Co.: east o'clock In L O O F halt Visiting
white and for green get your favorite -t are left unprotected from heat is yet: DEEDS.Fred I Palafox street and south of slater cordially Invited to be present
more that the others shade down with to be 'seen. There Is'no such doubt' 1"jt Will All Come Com MR J. T. ,FULtJAM. N. O.
green ,and Jones to W, C. Weaver- MRS. HATTIE NEYlLUi Sec.
have white. For'all this work get an extra In 'regard to buildings of the.protect. menclng at a ,stake on the east side of Government, west of Palafox
not. Get free ed steel and hollow tile I LODGE NO. 30.
: good two Inch wide brush (a poor type.NOTICE county hard road, thence running east street: RATHBONE .
I Rathbone Lodj No. W. KrlghU *fPythias
premiums, for the brush makes a 'poor Job). Clean It Out in the Wash"that 220 feet, thence ,north 220 feet, thence The 'water supply will be meets every Thursday nIght! at
with wood alcohol, turpentine or hot I west,220 feet, thence south 200 feet. containing Castle HaIL Members of steter lodtes
tickets Bal- I and beIng! In the south- and visiting brethren cordially Inr.t"
pink in 1 acre shut off about o'clock
[water and soap,after each 'job,and It to water consumers, residing the.'northeast % and the to- to attend. I. K ROPER C. C.
lard's Oeblisk Flour. will last for years for your household south of Garden, east of is if'you send it to northwest west K % of the southeast !4 of Sec I day for a short hile. _Pleasebe C.J.LEVETKE.&S.

work. You can paint woodwork In ( N. B SO W.-J143.00. iiE.: B- A. No. IL meets first and
room a little darker'shade, and have It Palafox street' and .south of.. the right laundry. In 32.Tom Tp Grimes to Fred Jones-Commencing -I governed accordingly. third: Wednesday Hall, No..v 10..ala WetL at InteD T:20RAffurd Po endaatret m.

quite Government the at a stake on the east side of the PENSACOLAVATERCO A. O. YELL Pres.J.
cozy. west Palafox Pensacola right county. hard road. thence running east .> SWEENEY, SecT. -
220 feet. thence north 200 feet. thence '
The I Th. Radiator street- : I I laundry is west 220 feet, thence south 200 feet 1 CREW NOTICE. PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, |. O. O. f.P .
or'' The water supply will be ,acre. lying In the southwest % of the Neither the Captain. Owners n acola Lodge, No. 4.: L O. O. V. ,
Why wjll; people, tolerate gilded K and the northwest M of the Consignees meets every Thursday evenIng at 1.i.at .
nor Br
I of the ss
silvered steam radiators The modern shut off about 2 o'cfock today Star Steam southeast quarter of Sec 22. Tp 6 N. R 30 1&Conway win be responsible for the new hall on Belmont and Hajrlea
Lewis Bear Uo the hearth'1s not beautiful The I\V.-S:5.00 : debts contracted, by the Crew, streets. Visiting brethren cordially In.
substitute for for a short while. Pleasebe Wm. J. Simmons to Mary E. Baars of said vesseL sitedB. R. W VSKT, N. 0.
at best.but may be made Inofi'enlive -' The west Is of the southwest V* of Sec W. C. PNENT1cPENSACOLA I A. KERLE. SecretaryW. 1

Wholesale Dealers I. by proper treatment, ''When, the governed accordingly.PENSACOLA t Laundry adJoining-44O-0-31. Tp 1 S. R; S$_W. also about 1* acres [ LUMBER COSlaster. O. W.

II woodwork of"the. room Is white give CON N. D. Parker to John V. Brown-BeirfrinW I Consignee.$5OCO Live Oak Camp No. 1f.. O. W,
white \VATER Garden St. Phone 114 at the southwest corner of lot meets In Pythlaa ban the 1st and Ira
of E.
the radiator a double coat' 37 See K, Tp 2 S. R 3* W thence running I TO LOAN ON GOOD SE Wednesdays In each month. VisUmj ,
Pensacola Fla. paint If the woodwork Is natural tone $ ,oco TO LOAN ON GOOD SE- Pensacola Fla. 5.north 28, yards thence east Iii yards, CURITY. : PENSACOLA INVESTMENT aIvorcna cordially Isrlted ,

or stained In a color let the radiator CURITY.. PENSACOLA INVEST- thence south 23 of t yard begtnning$1t0O.cjjjjjjjj.jj thence west. US I CO. LESLIE: E. BROOKS.F.ABoomc1T.G Cark -

I match as nearly.-as possible.' J l MENT CO. yard, to place .... .

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We arc,agents for the

; It's Your Privilege. THE WEATHEWYESTERDAY ,'-I DEMOCRATIC JLOWI MOBIlE ANDPENSACOLA :: Regent Ranging celebrated In price Shirts. from ,

ROOFING $1.00 to $400

; 1 A' We meet ,the 'require > TICKET without giving bousetowner, who Try One of Their FamousRescoShfrtsatl.5Q

; # ments of the man who- ,, ] uses it feeling: of great .UIIS CIIOI1.
knows that "Vul
,/ demands and i- \ I WHY? Because he And you,will always want them.
I [ yr:1tj must have Up-t.
canite" most'eamomkal perfect
is the ,
; i Roofing: date and nobby line in outing,
And SAMPLE UNOFFtCrAI..BALLOT AS roof Two Teams Will Meet in Look at show ett.
;c LJ a combination 'of styler Also On the Same. Date and wearing protectionmade. window.

and service with mod- '" JTfeat'S Palmetto
a Last Year, As FurnishedBy This City at STC>

c; erate'pdt'e. Our plan of SHOULD BE SO THAT DEMOCRATIC NE
Beach Next Sat- -
Weather Bureau. THE
IJ1 giving a dollar's! worth ,,! VOTERS CAN VOTE _IT HABERDASHER
222 S. Palafox.
t ,c for dollar-satisfac- STRAIGHT.} urday.P. .
a and
Old roofs can coyered quickly
The general weather condition pre '

1:: :: ____ tion or your money back vailing yesterday and ,on the same look like new. "No speculation about"Vulcanite. I Florida and =
date of last year 'as prepared ..by So that every voter may know how ." y: H. S. vs. M. M. L, Nov. 10th. Alabama
I7 :: is your protection-a Observer Reed of the local weather to vote for the Democratic nominees Ask lor the!'Huselhat lack Built"yoican Pensacola will 'be interested in

g : guarantee that guaran- bureau, are as Pressure.follows: Tuesday The ,journal has arrangedthe ret it, right, here in torn. knowing, element that' in on this NOT. city 10th ,the will athletic be-LAND COMPANY

i tees. Barometer at 7 a. m.. 30.21 inches.. following sample unofficial ballot A. M. Hardware Co treated toall interesting game of Manufacturers of '
tZ Barometer at 7 p.. m., 30.21 Inches. with the mark befor_ the name of .Avery, football between.one' of Pensacola's and Dealers InLUMBER.

I Suits Temperature.' each of the Democratic candidates.It ., strong school teams and. a fast team SAWED CYPRESS 8HIN.I
$10 to $35. .
tiLES *
Mixlmmn 75 degrees at 2 m. DRIED 8Ar\
p. should not_be forgotten that the KNOWLES BROS. from Mobile.
'. Cravanettes $10 to $35. Minimum 54 degrees at 6:30 a.' m. name of R. Pope :Reese Democratic Interest In the game will be considerably i
Maximum same date last year 71 de Insurance. sharpened 'When it Is'known
candidate for the legislature, must be -
: grees. written on'the ballot by the voter anda that the Pensacola Classical School I HICKS'CAPUDINE
Minimum' date last 55 de. FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT, MARINE.
same year Institute and
Mobile Military
THE JOHN WHITE cross mark (X) placed at the left
General of
grees. of it, just as shown below. The sam Agents lost while next Saturday the P H. S.
Mean temperature_ this year 64 de ple unofficial ballot is as follows: The EquitableLIFE boys will, as stated before:,try their 1nl DIXlDWtuC1IIU!
grees. strength against the Mobile tigers. dticl11
STORE Nprmal for this date 62 degrees. ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW HEADACHES
UNOFFICIAL BALLOT. The climax of the season ;
YORK. 11JA&4-I Ifuts
Rainfall. ass South Palafox Street so far as the high :schools are concerned COLDS
Last year .0. General Election November 6, A. will be played on Thanksgiving 1.'leUB.. .,.
Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear This year ..0.Weather. D. 1906 Precinct No: Escambia day between P. H. S. and'P. C. S., h"lIt Jt..._

County Florida. Make a cross (X) Vote for one: hence It will be seen that the gameof ......;:;j

225 ,205-207 s./PAlA OX Last year, cloudy. mark before the name of the candi. For County ,Commissioner, 4th.Dist.X .- next Saturday will in the eyes of
This clear.
year date of your choice. H. C. CLOPTON. many determine which of the Pensa Opera House
first light frost last year, Nov. 12. cola school teams is the stronger and

.4I I Vote for one: in their opinion decide to a certain
For Representative.in Congress from Vote for one:. extent the sCore of the big ,game on Monday Evening, Nov. 5.

..................."_._........................ i CONVENT SCHOOL the Third Congressional Dis-For County Commissioner! 5th.Dist.X .- Thanksgiving day '
trict of FloridaX JAS. R. STEWARD.Vote The P. H. S. boys are training hard

I ROLL OF HONOR WAf B. LAMAR.T. and are In the pink of condition for
To Those Who Have Never '" !
: for 'one; their nearby games. The team has toa THE
B. MEEKER. small ,extent been "rattled" of late COUNTYCHAIRMAN
For Member School Board. let DistX -.
on account of the loss of a strong
i Used a Gas Range I LIST OF: PUPILS 'WHO RECEIVED Vote for Two: W. E. ANDERSON. man in a strong place; Duncan at

For, Justice of Supreme Court- tackle.
..t .MERIT MARKS FOR MONTH WILLIAM C. GREEN Vote for one: Duncan was 'an '05 'man- on P. C. S.

'1 Many think the use of a gas range a vastly complicated affair, which OF OCTOBER. For Member School Board 2nd.Dist-: and 'made good" in his position

requires much study to !manage. ( f X CHARLES B. PARKHILL. X, H. G. DESILVA. throughout the season being considered -
: Others' do not ruse :It because they believe It to be mere expensive one of the strongest men in that
than using other fuel? : X JAMES B. WHITFIELD. position In the'city.. and was taken
Ceo. Ads.
,: The gas stove Is so simple that Iti management Is a. simple as striking Following Is the honor roll for the Vote for one: by P. H.'S. this'year.: -

4 a match and turning a valve, while the cost to operate Is actually less, to ..t Convent School for the month of October For, ,Member School Board,3rd.fist.x .- His successor with the P.. H. S. "The best show New York has seen
Vote Two
"" the careful housewife, than the old coal 'and wood way. '12 and $13 installs : W. /AGERTON' is, however, well able bj many ears.-New York Times.
squad Rogers :
Senior Girls Room-Miss Ada :\IcI For Railroad CommissionerW. I II
: ranges ready for use.Pensacola I to'fill his shoes and the"'opinion' of
Genevieve Sunshine CLARK BEACH. Mr.' Theadore Babcock
: Hugh Rafferty.
some.of his ,associate players is that
Vote for
Bergin, Emma Schambean, Fannie one:
'. X NEWTON A. BLITCH.X he will make one of the strongestmen The Original New York Cast and entire
Bell Marie Steele, Ger Justice
'. .1 Evelyn Bond For of ,Peace, Dist. No: 2.- for his weight ever en on the production as played over 300 nightsat
tie Whitehead Florence Roche Lala X R. L. MCKELSEN. Wallack' Theatre.
Gas : I in the Pensacola circle of -
: ; Company Cusachs Agnes Quigley. HUDSON BURR. gridiron'
teams. He is heavier and .considered Prices-25c to $1.50.
; :J Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. I I Johnson Senior, Greg BoysMastersEmanuel G Quina. Willie Jno A. C. SILL. I Vote, for one: \ as active in every way as" his 'pre

I..t..........t Croaker. Clyde Bicker Edo Swaine For Justice of Peace, Dist No. 5.- decessor.
Arrangements Lave been made witb
Eddie Motia, Dudley McHugh, Brien
: -- Vote for one: the Pensacola Electric Co., for the FOOT BALL
-- Memtt,
Motta Adrian Farinas Willie
Senator. Second DistrictX -
of Nov. 10th.. -
The Palmetto
game park (
Cameron Bonifay John }Rafferty Ros- ,
JOHN S.. BEARD., Vote: for one: I '
Beach) will not be inclosed but
co Thompson, Herman'iIaIl.,: John H ': '
Cigars Cigarettes and Christie. Paul Ruemont, Thos. Cu. GEO R. SMITH,' For Justice of Peace Dist No. 7- the grounds will be placed in good Pensacola High School
X J. E. HANKS. I I condition. Tickets for the tramp will
sachs Dan Bergin, Edwin Sheppard, '
I Walter Durant Gultano Mirabella, I be on sale in' the city and will be collected : vs.

Arthur Vote for Two: I on the train with the regular
Leo Rejmundo. Percy Armstrong. I
Vote, Yes or No:.
TobaccoAll Mobile Institute.
fare the
i Riedenger. Eugene Bonifay Warren For Member House :of Representatives Constitutional Amendment Article to grounds. A receipt stub Military
must be held by all 'persons'on the
I Graham, Harold Hall. Fred and -.
'Frank ShEller Raymond ,Merritt Willie X M. O, BAGGETT. 16-Relating to and the, drain- grounds and the Electric Co. will cooperate PALMETTO BEACH,
reclamation improvement -
age with the school officials In
the leading brands of Cigars, Cigarettes, 'I Kindergarten Florence, John Room Muller.Misses Edwina GEO W.:DEASON. of the swamp and over' the matter entrance fees. Saturday November 10.
flowed lands the creation of aBoard ,
Pipes and Tobaccos, which are always "Just Right I and Marie Christie, Lloyd and of Drainage Commissioners TELLS POUCE RECORDERHE

as our case is kept, just moist enough ,to keep them ,in Althea Blumer Ledla Hallmark, Oril J. W. DlCI "Williams, Virginia Merritt, Liban Du Tickets'on sale at Dkm
perfect condition. Yet not too 'damp to destroy the ;buisson, Jeann tte Matronce;' Masters X R.Write: POPK'In REESTT Ilf.re"'olme of duties.YES. Mobile Register ,says' :, Gus berte's Drug Store and the

pleasure of the smoker. Edward Johnson James Weville, and put "X" at JUt of it. Burke 'a Russian; was arraigned before

I'Aline Matronce Constitutional Amendment Article Recorder darke yesterday on Kandy Kitchen. Xo tickets

Intermediate Girls Room Misses 16--Relating to the drain. the long charge. A merchant,named sold a't the Park. Ticket

Brier and Meerschaum Pipes i I Cuoachs Annell McCarthy, Ruth Turner Ruby, Florence Burns Dren-Mary .age,' reclamation of the swamp, and and Improvement over he Goldstein!was captain stated of that a vessel Burke'claimd'! in port will be taken up by th Con

I inon. Katie Connors.' Elmire Rupert.- flowed lands the creation of a and_was .given credit to the extent.of ductors aboard the car.

'"," .. ,[Lizzie Carlin, Mamie' Bicker, Annie Board of Drainage Commission $5:in money Burke stoutly disclaimed
\Yc have fine Brie: ,Pipes .f oJn/2j,c" to 500. t I and Helen Gonzalez, Florence Con- Vote for one: ers prescribing its power and ever getting the money and said .Admission 50 Cents.
nors, Ella Rupert. he was a captain;, in the Russian navy
Meerschaum Pipvs $tOo to $13.; :Pipes make very i I Junior Boys-Masters' Walker Bon For County W. W.Assessor RICHARDS.of TaxesX duties.. .NO.Yote'Yes during the Russo-Japanese war; and

desirable presents. r ifay Russell Bobe. Eugene Kirchhot hell here"awaiting orders and papers NEW EDISON
fer, Salvador Salese, Napoleon Quig- from: Washington. .He :said" he would
ley, George Greenwood, Henry Vote for one: or No: shortly have to leave .:unders. orders: GOLD MEDAL RECORDS

George. Roy Carlin, Aide Bruno, Den- For County Tax Collector Constitutionalmendment-Section and report'to Russia. : I November. 1906_
: nis Robinson.! X J. S_ ROBERTS. 3.of'Article Establishing Recorder Clarke toatlnued the case
'until this 'morning; in :orderto haTe '
the salary of Justices of the Supreme 93268oh.mlnFestIval (Ma< nrt.
FINE CIGAR STAND the Russian consul in 'court. Edison Concert Band (Fete Bnfirmf*
HOOTON'.S PHARMACY IN, BRENT BUILDINGThe Vote for one: Court and Judges of the From" Maesenet- Suite. "Scenes nt torts-
Circuit Court. .que.
Stallions in Winter Quarters.
For County TreasurerX '
; 9387-The Moon Has His Eye on You
lobby of the new, Brent Build J. ED. WILLIAMS YES.Constitutiodal. Lexington. Kv. Nov. 3.-The stallions (Hubert Von Tilxer). Ada Jones. Descripme -
; ing has been greatly beautified by the and broodmares belonging to IOng. orch. accom
The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery fine glass show cases filled 'v.itq'! tobacco Amendment-Sec Thomas Clyde, the Philadelphia turf 9388-The Bee that Get the HoneDoent /
tion 9 -of Article 5Establishingthe Hang Around the Hive (Hrlf
Vote for one: '
cigars, cigarettes. pipes, hold- salary of Justices of the Supreme man arrived here and have been sent Bob Roberts. Coon song suns b, Lew
Phone 1100 ers, etc. which has been put in by For County Commissioner, 1st. DistX ,- Court and of the to the farm of John McClintocc Dockstader, orch. accom.
Sol! Calm & Co., who have the, contract J B. ROBERTS. Judges where they will be quartered for the 9389-Medley. of Reels (Original JohnKivnnbo.
Circuit Cort.KO. Accordion solo acrom
winter. In the lot were the stallions
for that place. The cigar stand ,
9390.-Face to Face (Herbert John om
---.& aiillilI_ -- Rill be conducted by Harry Wagen- Dublin and Bryn: Mawr :and twenty Harry Anthony. Sacred son?. onh a'-
.. .- Vote for one: head x f broodmares. com
of >
helm- it is the
11IIr ..... 9391-SOngs of Time Boy (ron
.. For Dist.X Rag
::'l3Hold' I County Commissioner. 2nd. -
-: owners to keep for sale all the leading Vote Yes Or No: TUer). Collins & Harlan. Coon ont,
and popular brands ,of cigars, to- JOHN W. MERRITT.Vote Constitutional Amendment-Sec- orch acrom.
bacpo, etc. This will no doubt be a tion 33 Article Establishing How's This? 9392-The Next. Horse I Ride On & Everard) Helen Trix. "PI'taI.'
to Your great convenience for the many occn for one: salary of Judges of Criminal We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tortas vaudeville comic song hit cmacrom. .
on pants of the Brent Building and the For,County Commissioner ::rd. DisLX Record in Counties having such for any case of Catarrh that cannot be .
eople who go in and out of tEat Courts., cured by Hall Catarrh CUre. 9393-Blue Ribbon March (Erke), Edison -
/ JAS. M. ANDREWS F. J. CHENEY: & CO:, Toledo 0 Military Band. Conducted by the
big building. The stand will be ready, _, _.. YES. We. the undersigned have known F. J. Composer.
!for :business: tcm --- ______iu Constitutional Amendment-See- him perfectly 'honorable In all business House? Irving Gillette! (William WnAlstjne
Money Sir 1 --- 'tion 39 Article Establishing transactions and financially,able to.earn- I ), New Descriptive sons by tIC!
Voting Contest.A i out any Obligations made by hie firm. writer of "In tbe'Shade of the Old App:
salary, of Judges of Criminal WALDINO. KINNAN'& MARVIN: Tree" orcb accora
voting contest is being conducted Record in Counties having such Wholesale Druggists ,Toledo. O I 9395-Are You Going Out to-night, Mary
by the Catholic ladies, and the pro- Courts. Hall Catarrh Cure,Is taken Internally Ann? Billy Murray (Von Tilaer) An Jris1
ceeds of which will go ,to the new I acting directly upon the blood and mu- seren4de. orch. arrom.939C ,
>- :E'cz NO coos surfaces of the- system. Testimon Draw Me Nearer (Doane), Anthony
-f Catholic church. The beautiful hand- : : Ii -- m !I laiR sent free_ Price 75_,cents per bottle. I 4. Harrison. Sacred duet onlacrom. !
} painted vase which is on exhibition j ;- Sold by an drufrglsts.:; '
Till \ou see our S12.50 and lin Lannons show window will be I 3: Vote Yes or No: Take ,Halls Family PiH for constipapatkm 9397-Happy Lena Polka (H ldf'lberlfl.
be awarded to the most popular i 3: Constitutional Amendment-Sec,I !Albert Benzler. Xylophone solo OTc-
) ==- Uons 40.. 41. 42, -4:. 44, 45, 46 and I acrom.
w .
lady receiving largest Curl
$15.00 Suits. they're the young number 9393-Not Because Your Hair !
: of votes. The votes, are sold for 47, of,.Article Establishing a : I (Adams).H.arey: McDonough henttraentalsong. .
5c each and be of m Court of Record in Escambia KODAKS orch. accom
may procured
finest ever, and bring" forth County, c 9399-Rube and the Country Doctor
H Lannon &. Co.. and they are "p -fen I (Original) Harlan A Stanley. Rube Ik..fI'h
into a box and will be counted T'J ( ''cii! 1t1j' = YES. AND : Introducing the old timesong "aI1!:
w excellent exclamations of i SUPPLIES.Get Come.1p" and incidental effects.
; every week. The vote now 1 LV1 t'W <=:) Constitutional Amendment Sec. ;, 9430-Lover and the Bird (GugJtelm'
I -
.t 3' : as follows: Miss Margaret Wright n/ c:: with mri
; t i-oi:::1 wonder and praise daily from 13; Miss Rena Bond 12; Miss Louise I I -en i tions 40.'41, 42, 43::, 44, 45, 46 and a 'Kodak. and imitations Florence Hinkle by Joe Soprano Belmont.song orrh. aTon
47, of Article corner
Establishing a 431-Frau Louisa (Pryor) A
"A"J Commyns. 7; Miss Bessie Reddick 4; =: 1 ( m :
Court of Record in Escambia ,storil1'-pictures waltz. Edison Concert
; ; men who'know Suit value. Miss Sophie Emanuel. 4; Miss May j I- County. 902-Song of the Nations (Belmont ,
Quigley 3; Miss Maud Armstrong. '3; to your outoftown Edward Meeke- Descriptive HOOK Intrn-

Stetson Hats Soft and tl Miss McHugh.Cornelia 2; Miss Welsh Norah, 2;Daniels Miss Verniei, 1. 1! I ..-:-. ,N,!.). friends. \Ye "' haethe '''the during Green"Watch by" Joe and am BeimoOt."Red.Rhein"earinic White orch and accom.Bluewhittled

'rJ I Vote Yes 'orConstitutional No: faniousEASTMAN 9403-Cheer Op Mary (Kendis & Faley).,
Turquoise. 1 Byron Gk Harlan.. Descriptive song; ottb.ntcorn.

2: Q Stiffs for $3.50 For turquoise there. is less- demand!I I The'Tlat Iron Brand-" tIe Proceedings Amendment necessary-Arti to- 9404-. Jingles. Jokes and- Rhymes (Hurt

at present than there has .beea for amend*Constitution. KODAK Edward M. Favor. comic Song octb.accom. '

; Beacon Light Shoes some years past .and yet how exquisite ]; are noted for individuality and for, YES. t 5435-. Golden Crown Overture (Herman)
a diamond crown tipped with the!! tailor-made fit. The best New ranging 'in Edison Symphony Orcn.
I blue stones looks! But for pearls! 01 York tailors make the!'e trous en_' Constitutional Amendment-Artl- prices J 406-Everybody Have a Good Ot
:; : $3.00 curious colors there Is a great vogue.I .i iI No tailor could make better onesWHITE I cle 'Proceedings necessary. from $1.O0 to 4000. Time son ft. orch.(Rogers accom.) Arthur Collins. Coon

Ccpyr5ht; 19Cb,byU I have seen huge pint pearls, too liable -I & NIX. ,amend. ,Constitution., tot Come in and -ask I 9407-Jim Jackson's Lat Farewell, Ada
c. Houta of KapenheinLI' to be mistaken for pink coral by: CLOTHIERS I NO. .. about ,us Orrlxtra Jones & Len incidental Spencer eTerts(Original mid :ntrodtt"ing ). W Ilk-
the uninitiated, in the newest combs.i iI 29 South Palafox St. n: .Ifj'ou the coon Bong. "Ive Sad My Lest
I and purple. grey and black pearls In*j jt Sold in Pensacola by REMOVED I have ti.rv.cl lftener9C3 >.
t beautiful new pendants of antique, TO ROOM 302 BRENT pne already,- let :. -Since; Nellie. Went Away (Tajlon.
BUILDING JOHN. 'W. BULLOCK. us furnish Edison Male Quartette. Male quartette

O.AN' Cash Clothier, I design. M.&DEBY I :JR. -REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR supplfes. '- you; with unaccompanied.9409-Watting at the Church .Medley.

SON Now in Brent, Building. 'I PROPERTY WITH VE Edison Military Band. (Original) Introdue'og -
t; lUll Cnr. Palafox! atd!: Maia HJ R. WentwortX Organizer for I BLOCH BROS. KILPATR1CK _FOR SALE. "Waiting at the Chunb." "i, ?m,:
I I. --4 whereTheJjtam, the Stripes an I lu-i
the Modern Workmen of the The
17--.9 Waverly P'aee New York. I II It Airman, tin. t'Oppf'rand sheet Ironworker Gem BoOkStore and "Bill binvnon,"
.., I has a representative In the Brent}. has moved ,to 1W East Government ,

I ,build g. ,Room 359,. thirdoor.. ---- .. ---- street lathe opera House buildth Phone- .,...-Z1' 'S. Palaftx.. The Clutter Music House.
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-t i Army Intensely* Inu. :

. Editor of Georgian Says Issues ;

..:ved Harry's Trip t ;
J Are Clearly Defined 1,

Through GOldenWest / i
in Great Political. : I lr
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t Contest.Daring ;
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"\ .- Show Snendid' ;:t--:. .;
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( Dear Cousin Charley: -
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,,T:.- wiedge of Geography 4." .... 5y6flfl' .
'We have been visiting around down Candidate KnowS_ ,1.,
cf S yj1 ae z.r4iVI? 4,_ : -' here In the scuth for a week now, I 1 ,
United States. .
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and have been having bully time No Limit. -
.1 day. Mamma New Orleans -
; says $ 1 I
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*; is just like a foreign city There
l"S lots of Frenchmen and Dagoes who TRUST DEFENDERS CHARGE ; !
C). ,
-. rMY; THIS j f
WEEK AND Spo can't talk American at all. < : I HEARST WiTH BEING INSINCERE ..' ; j

;E ARETE&TUG COtINGN'OTHER: Dorothy and I and Spots bum allover ) :..
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I the' town. The other day we ..
;; PUZZLE TO-DAY. 1$ .:
\ went down on the levee and watched OF THE SINCERITY OF'THE' i '

the roustabouts lead and unload the !
.. file girls 'stea lboats. Gee! You never saw ,
are the winners of V I S {
o'jffils! prizes for the puzzles of '' such loads as they can-carry on their -- ;

-. :3.: They are Lettie Martin.E 1h heads, and they just go along singingas John Temple Graves author, lee- t < '

Government 8t 'f'et. The Jour:t It It wasn't nothing. I turer, and editor of the Atlanta Georgian t ;. I
_nprize dollar; and Nellie McCon- Is In New York
JL4..lLz There was a Dago organ-grindsr to witness the .1 f 1]
i Escambia Fla.-; the D'Alem- closfag ;
: days 0 fthe great political
who had a monkey and a chain. Dorothy @
.Tize box of. Huj-ler's candy. I campaign in that state' '1' t.i iI

'.11':")- s trip through the cities of and I started over'to see him, Under date of Nov. 1, he wires the 4 : \

,> jolden! west," has'sb far proven >_.!i _but'all of a sudden Spots saw the : A ZA2GzZAJ:2YA.' Georgian as follows: -: ;
,(c. :aierestiag to the puzzle army .- 1'YQr2-j'p: E T r..Q4v.c, monkey and away he tore; guess he TzwOR2.r4rt7 I The Contest Defined. i 'j

.:iJ nearly all the this week ,TAZ New l' i
army Nov.
cat Well the York L-Fair skie
thought it was a and
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I I '
; ; things which ebon
same Harry bracing weather are the prognostics: ? .
started'running around the
his trip monkey I for election! day.Ordinarily .

They are al! such tina clean lit- I J'4/ArJrpj Dago with Spots after him, likety thii would spell profi? I

4ren, who take so much pains split. round and round they went, to the "RepnMicaa cause. But this \ ; ;

'ueir coupons' and..thelr letters, with the Dago just yelling bloody I election annihilates! all political pro- N I I i.; U
;how: suca improvement from --S windIng verbs of past times and mixes Democrats I
murder cause the monkey was -
o week that any ,one might and Kepublicans in camps ofconviction
i oiid--=and justly proud-of) suca him up in the chain and lie I rather than party. I .!

army. couldn't move. We caught; Spats be- I. The Issue between Hearst and .,,1

'."'5. trip! and wbat'he saw i is fore he caught the monkey and I Hughes is made clearer and moredefinite ; I '
istructive to the puzzle army, gave the Dago a nickle that,papa had I every lay. The trusts. la ,
at children learn while they HJb absolutely solid rank, are lined up .
:35: they usually remember and given us to buy canJywith.: against Hearst. The trusts. In solid ;

.s satfe day some of yie mem- : > Dorothy is the nlcfst girl I ever .'.... ; \ rank, are lined up for H ghes. I

i the puzzle army will go to knew. .She. ain't .a sissy like most 'By their friends as by the.r 1
i places Harry has been and best .it.a'1 fruits -shall ye know them" and the 1

girls. I gave bar: my; top yesterday .
MC: same. interesting things. .... N L -1 people are wiser than they have been I
r I
rt'. S Your cousin, Trusts Fighting Hearst. '" i

Cc rcct Answers, __j. C ; HARRY. The best proof of Hearst's abs-oJwe;( -I

." IranciscOGatt. - 34' 1Ei'i : I?. S.-4 have got anew tie and I \ sincerity in fighting) the trusts i::, 1 uie l
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:: '-. --l : sincerity of the trusts :I
desperate fighting

brUSh hair aId'ash ta ee'ery
; my my
,,;, ,: ,' %rLr"1 .- it it. -Hearst Can they buy or bully the .
; nt9 : -.. needs .-
;: -------- 4'4 election from the people's candidate? .
: / : \ @ @-, :Every prospect now Is pleasing to the i iI 4 '
: .
: friends of Hearst.
,- ;i --- 2EP72A. I j-J. -- T1.r.A2fz"L224zY 7BEbJ'Z7.bzt.B7l-nD I Max thmsen, manager: of campaign.Is ,
f : s >zArz: 'WEKJt: O.F -
-- .Tra i{evaa. 7k4.rZE.EE. C orczOFT5' 2czsz in t ; I Ir
: -out this a statement
11 t. Whitney. 'P2Zs'a22r:4.:: ; iS..l .... ....."""' --'- I[r that the election fs already safely "II
: f".Q eat in correct answers I J I. j
won and it only remains to

"H'p, !;flowing: :MtConaeli: Lettie'Escambia Martin, To the Boy cr Girl V/hose Name Is Drawn From-the Correct Answers.Received. At This Office By Next Thursday Night, The Journal Will i tie polls for fraud. I heard a Tammany .j''
I audience last night applaud to .
Kate M Give Silver Dollar. p. ,. .
: !
;> Lowrey. city; a the echo the statement that Tammam- '

II. city: LaRs'.ne: John:; n, The Boy- or Girl Whose Answer Is Drawn Second"Will.Be. Given a Box of Huyler's Candy When Called- For at D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. i loved a great fighter and loved Hearst: 1 tt I II
: Murphy, Leona F.
.de city; ;
I all the better for the licking he ave
\ city; James Massey John them two years ago. : ,

y; Lillian Reilly, Big Bayou; l'n<\ \ :' '\. ",- ",- -\" "' I Betting Cuts No Figure. t
: .a Boa'fay, McDavid. Fla. I : I
; I The assembly rallies were particularly -
Bell, city; Arthur Johnson, I enthusiastic last night and rang j'J J
!.'ona Marie Blamer, city; Lena STATES THAT HOLD ELECTIONS NEXT TUESDAY JJAUBV3M J IN. I i with applause over the indorsemen '' ,'

II city;. Mary Williams. Free : of Hears by Nathan Straus the '

Ha:; Pearl Suggs.. city; Herbert + :N; :::\: ::'. ",- "s" ,N *S\tr t3\S\mm3S3 'N' i;. ::s. \t i j: Democratic philanthropist. and by .t 11i 1

ct:,; Willie N. Wilkinson Bryan and Adlai Stevcnsan, the Democratic ; ,
lack Suggs city; Manuel John- nominees of 1900. : '
r; Jack Shuttleworth.: Jr.i i The following are the 'bt>ad8- of the [Prohibition William P. Allin Prohibition Charles W. Porsett" Republican, Robert D. Douglas :Socialist John JL Ray I which slightly favor -
state:tickets in the d11TerEat'states where Socialist Wilson K. McDermut j Public Ownership O. fi. Loftus ;/' North. Dakato. I I Texas. The betting odds
"ilttr J.incs;;, "rarrin on. Fla.; elections will be' helj Tuesday,"November Socialist Labor John V. Francis Missouri. Governor. J Governor. Hughes cut no figure here. because -
'.' v vcn Milton, Fla.; Tedde! Mul 1 6, lees\ ; I Indiana. Supt. Public Schools Republican Elmore I.. Sarles Democratic Thomas M. Campbell men recall that ten days before
'iavou Chico; Norris K. Levis. Alabama.v. j ::;Secretary.."> tate. I'Democratic -\- Howard A. GassRepubiotn ; Democratic 'John Burke Republican Carey A. Grey election In which Hearst undoubtedly ,
-Governor.Republican Republican! FredA.: Sims James t;. White j Socialist L. F. Dow : Reorganized;; Republican A. W. Arherson I'I'I the
: Jakie Berlin city; Min- .Jam 8.?c.. Gillette Democratic Jams F. Cox Prphibition alias Rowe-na F. Sliancr I I 'Prohibition James ,,'. Pearson won the mayoralty the odds were ;
I i'y; Olive Fia.; Marion Stone, I II DwrooraticTf o.A. Hell Prohibition Alipolem L. Crim Socialist E.lward. T. Bahrens: : Governor.Sec'y.. of State : Socialst George C. Edwards JO to 1 on McClelan and 4 to 1 on a "' :
!.>ra Stokes city; Ciarence I Prohibition > -. James ,IL k\n'hard Socialist Leroy U. Sweetland ,.- Montana."" I Republican Carsii A. Thompson ; Socialist Labor -- A: S. Dewier I. the day before election. I Ii
; Independence-Leagce-. II. jLangdon Socialist Labor Theo: 'Bcmlne .' \ Ju:>tic&Supreme Court II Democratic l Samuel! A. Hos-kins: i Utah. ."
city: A. Dannheissej, city; I'nion Labor : ; The .. a. Kirkpatrick city B3ie Socialist Oily J. Henslee Joweoh K. Frick I Is short of money
; PeoplesSocialist - -'- -Cart Browne Iowa. DemorratlcJohn B. llcClernan i Republican the Hughes camp
,.:tRthy: Dawson city; ; AuStin Lewis Governor. I :Socialist: H. L. ilaurr Socialist Labor.1oIa'" \: Eissnbers Democratic James W. N. WtsiueottonI :; and only money can save It.
Colorado. Republican! Albert B. Cummins j Nebraska.. Pennsylvania.. I American Tltamos 1IaJon..yWashlngton -
J wber'-y.. city Elizabeth I '' Silent Vote ia Feared.
Governor. ; Democratic: Claude R. Portrri Governor. Governor.Republican i
C't. ; Mary Brown, city; i KeptiblicanDeoxxratic Henry A. Buohtel ; Prohibition L. i..comn I f Republican George L. Sheldon Edwin S. Stuart ;. Justice Suoreme Coart. j'! The New York :World abletrt'an({ .
C'i lfke. city; Herbert -' Airs Adams SocialistPopulist John 'J;. Snank Fusion'. (Dem.-Pops.) Demo ra tic Lt-wis Emery, Jr. Republican Wallace Mount 1 fairest of the opposition papers dcclares -
7 Socialist AViam! D. Haywood J. L. Hamery Ashton C. Shallonger j Prohibition Homer L. Castle '
dtEdith: R- Democratic C. W. Hodgdon this morning that the great silent
PrqjiiWtlonF.. C. Chamberlain r Kansas. I Governor. | Lin' >It< minsrham, Ala. Elmo BJwin S. Stuart I Wisconsin. Is a menacing reality this
; 4Connc tjt.; .-- Governor. Prohibition Harry T. Sutton Citizens;; Governor. : vote -
: Loneta Harris city; "aI-I . Governor. !Republican I'. ward W. Hoch Socialist Elisha Taylor I Socialist James A. Manner Republican! John O. Davidson ytar. and that, while the Republicans
Republican KoUin Woodruff : iemoeratlnViiliain: / A. Harris Nevada. Socialist Labor John DesmondCommonwealth I fear the
n. city Edward DemocraticJohn A. AyJwarflEpbraim for the best, they
: ,
,, nope
I ls Emery, Jr.
Democratic !, Cnarles. Thayer ',Prohibition Jeremiah' B. Cook: t Governor. Prohibition L. EatoaWiaLleM disaffected .
vngelina Faggicai. cityV.. Prohibition llatthew A. O'Brien Socialist Harry Gilham emocratic John Sparks Union Labor Lewis: Emery, Jr. Socialist R. Gaylord worst ;They fear that the I
; ..a. city: Mary: Lou Cbisolm, Specialist I Ernest D Hull Populist Horace A. Keefer Prohibition .John F. Mitchell! I Referendum *- Kdwin S. Stuart Wyoming. : : Democratic vote will be more ,
!r \=..11'(> G:1c!: meye1". city; ;yinsrn. Delaware. i Massachusetts. I Socialist: Thomas B. Casey(Jefferson Island.Homer L. CaskIeI' Governor. than upset by the disaffected labor
State Treasurer.! i Governor. New Hampshire. Rhode ; tlrooka
Bryant Bv Republican
f- f Republican the
> city Era Holsen.-'c'tv; Governor. vote, and the paper reports
: Republican ; Thomas X. Rawlin.TS: RepublicanDemocratic Curtis Gaili. Jr. Governor. Democratic Stephen. D- KtijterOfOtge -
'. H 1., :n. ciy!: ; Minnie T.: Larraa. Ht"fI1O'ratio JXobeftHWilson I > John Hj Sloran Republican Charles !oI. Floyd I Republican. George H. Utter Prohibition VST BfaSne! campaign manager are ;'
': : .\:a.: Harold M. Lewis ProhibitionDemocratic George A. Rhoades ProhibitionJohn R. Moran I Democratic Nathan: C. JamfsonProhibition en-t4'It'ra.tlc James If. Higgins Socialist VTIHtSBWCongressitinal. '--'.<iII shrieking to their subordinate: "Get
Florida.Lailroad. I Socialist Labor WHam, : II. CarrollJames" ; IvJ.-nund B. Tetley Prohibition Demon E. Holt ; vote." The fear in:
." K'a.: Joseph Hughes city: Comm! si!>nEr: Socialist N. Carey 1 Socialist Wiliiam H. McFall: f' South. Carolina.,. j "': .-', back the labor
10 "J) d. ..'.itJoel: Farmer HarJ r.. ,-Hudson Burr Independence League John B.,. Moran New York. Governor. Arkansas. every Republican, public and private,
McDivil.: Fa.! ; Katalyn-: Mcn1 AxriaUst: .._/ ':.. 5-- ,v. C. sui II Michigan. Prohibition JaJ>n C. Chase j. Democratic- Martin F. Ammel Georgia. 5---. :--, is a landslide! for Hearst. .
; Id.hor I Democratic John B.!Morgan' ; Republican Charles K. hughes South Dakota. j,I Kentucky .:. Bailey's dennnciatlon of t
'iT- c'alvs Miller.Myrtle JAttisiana. Senator
: : :. 2 .G VE'rn Prohibition John B, Morgan Democraticwlliam Randolph Hearst I f Governor. '
J 5- t ris
c.; "" Ev Minsni. I Coe I. Crawford Mississippi. Hearst cuts no figure here, wiif-n;
:a. : --fft Rfce cityr i tank ?. Republican Fred.M. Warner Independence Leas-vie Republican '
RepublicanDemocrat : ,
( .. C' .:amb'a Fla : .Carrier !*-- Franfe 0. Stock.'I r'l'i emocratlc Charles II. Kimmerle i William :nandol h hearst Democratic ( John A. Stransky Maryland. ... ,-- remembered: how scathingly Hear-t t ,
r Wacifi-un. Fia.: Kathleen!' Prohibition .' .. _* :Silas: J Prohibition R..Clarke Reed I Prohibition: Henry M. Randall Prohibition f"" Knute Lewis ; Virginia. and Legislature,v', has denounced Bailey' senatorial career .
-- Freeman Knowles Congressmen
-Thbthaa'F. I Socialist James1 E- )Walker SociaHst- John C. Chase Socialist .
:: Standard

|* .11{ Ada jicH'asVcity: SocialistRepublican. Thomas II Jackson Tennessee. x NewJersey.. :' and his connection with t' -
; ; : .Illinoi. Minnesota. Socialist Labor I t
Yh'l. A I'I'i' Go\(>rnnr. West Virginia -7
Loufse Carolina. i/5i
(*=!iy: Alice; "- StateTreasurer. I i' Governor. North heM In June
elections were
". Hen- John F. SmulskiNich'olasrl Republican Albert L. Cole Corporation Commissioner.:; Democratic Halcolm R. Patterson Oregon: OilHearst Displays Courage.The .
.. .
Bessie Vermont 'In St-ptember.
!:i Sug s, << itYi : : Franklin McXeill 'If. Clay Evans: and Maine and .
I PiotrowskJ Democratic John A.J"t.n80 Democratic
l> <>cra'tte < element of the: campaign
Pfeiffer I ni personal
: Miss I j < 1.,
-, Vrrrit'. .Olive', Fla.; i has no more thrilling taun-e

,e Pfnffer. city; (X J I I : : than the marvelous courage of H'-a-t.; "
? : AliceEdwards! city; ::% : : !I i. :: "S :. :: s. :: :: : rxn\uc! :3c jj2* :v:: ttr mIl His daring knows no bounds. and! eaCh '. .

1 't' v-' I I-! city Lloyd Blumer; i day records some fresh instant'!:! ol .

1 s' --. ...,'''zel Walker.-clty y; Camclli Watson: :: ,;Di'Lus.i Ixuis city:-:Il: SER VICES AT PEZ' Sit COLA CHURCHES TO-DA1'J: % few the exposing superb days the ag nerve!)most he of was powerful the attacks man.p'r Only and;he''a a 1\. 'I I

.r' v'arrie Yniestra city; I. the Western world; another 'i'J1

.: .-. \- Olivia Thompson! __ _..... _.-.-..------..u....... -- _.----___..............,.._.. .. '-t-.... '.!!'. !: iaaaaakUXSXSRSsuaJSXUV asscixsKr. was denouncing the r.rkkvate-
..,' ': -nore. city; DennIs j j:I s:: ;,;; -1=S-- }; i ," "" ...:U.. rU '",. -'-"' -- -------- ---- I ment of Mnrpay. the powerful' artner- -

to" V II !lie. Tenn.; I t.hle21l1 I m. Third Sunday. \Vferrinston: 7:30 p. m. Baptist eat whom he has literally rha.mee !.
Confessions in the evenings Wore ,::: ; Belle, Services. 10:30 a. m.; t.e
?T p un- pastor. 11 m. and ReV.. for him: another day
Fourth Sunday Escambia. a. First Baptist Church- Thos. J.L.. working
: ",-lea 'Stakes/: city; days, Holy! Days of Obligation and First 'Holy .Communion j::30 p. nu All Scandinavians "
1'f'* <-i 1 : Hal Creary. city; I I ItI' I i 1 Ministers are respectfully) ',request-I! Fridays from -4st>. m. to'S p; In. Baptisms cordially invited. 1p.m. a.Callawayp m.. Judge; pastor.K. D. Bess Sunday r superIntendent School at ',.IO': was defying the McdeHan Dom.cracria he ,U
Williams, Pine BarrD.1| :' ed to notify .The Journal' promptly: of :i it ..Sundays at 2 p. m. or by appoint Church of ChristChurch Preaching. by the pastor &t 11 a. -m. and eloquent terms. anti of
r ..= Stewart, Milton, FIL; j ,any Change in the ordeij.of'Ber\'ices j jI I II men! Presbyterian.First Church-Rev. Julian of Christ. corner Jackson and ;:30 pc m. Morning aubJectrile Compassion boldly demanding the indictment
p > Fla. I at their: respective churche Notices \ Presbyterian Preaching at 11 a. m. Alcaniz stTt'4'ts-BibJe School at 9:4.. a. m. of Jesus;" at night *The Anth.dote board of elections<< ; for. en ainal
; state
f1 .vsnaa, Crcstview;, i for this column should .n 'ch The Unlversaiist. R. Sibley, pastor. Preaching atlll a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by for Fear." The Lord's Supper will tie in the
I School at ':30 a.so. b'p
,*. UniversaKst Church East Chase Sunday or partisan
n.. nl]ardt: city; Regina DavNor'iup I I Journal not later than 6 iy- m. on First ; and. 7:30 p. m. at 6:30 p. m.i W..J'. Tracy.''Prayer meeting Wednesdayat be observed at the morning service. All Ignorance .
School 10 Y. Endeavor
Sunday at I nominees.Surely
street. a. m. P. Christian
Camp- of 'ach we(' : j Afl cordially Invited.Second cordially invited to-attend these of the league
i Saturday 7:30 p. m. are are ser :
FTa. Monroe the Stoddart Avenue : case I
; -- 1 C. U. at 8:30 p. In.11 are cordially. in- ,i Sunday School at ...- vices. definite Democracy: has
TIsdale '- C. F. Zeelc the
ct: : Annie Laurie i I vltedto attend. Mission at 3:30 p. ro.
of Christ.
cordially super-I Church East Hill Baptist Church, liD Avenue bold dashing. resourceful -
All leader
c' Via.e I'. "* intendent. are Sdentlstrt'iN's found a
Milton Curls
"arfj Stewart i Second Cburch! of
and Chase litrPet-Rev. J. W. Senternt, Ian nmtt
: various iipiacopaLI tireless to tie
: the at 11
"" little DlI .1 The order of aervkiaat Sunday morning and
co-ions of all the nearPensacola to-day I I Christ Church-liev. P. H. Whaley B.I i I' Methodist.Palafox I Ir every afternoons at 5 pastor. Sunday School .at 11 a. m. :
: :\I' John, Bridget. Genett and I churches In and In.I Rek-tor. Sunday School"at 9:45 a. m.; r Street Methodist: C'hurch-R ,! o'clockVednesday dally from I') Preaching very sec-ond and fourth Sun- of endurance.
rCatholic j jI Reading room open
k: for num will be as -- Morning service at 11. i i Henry Trawick. of Montgomery. wi'lBU o'clock. where Christian Science day at 11 a. nt and 7:30 p. m. Prayermeeting Hearst i. Great Speaker.
'wprecorrect except I morning and evening. a. m. to 3 p. m. every Tuesday night at 7:50 from Ms last
St. Katherine's" Church. Cervantes and both today
: S I IDavIs the pulpit Room 6, Masonic back
I I be bad.
fc> "Sac *
T"' 'e. *hieh they had f: at 11 a. m. and 7:20 p. m. literature mar o'clock. .
Churcha-Durin the winter atreets-Rev. Andrew T.Sharpe, 8.1 I Regutosrvices o"the He to ma4e on .
tpa: instead of Sacramento." Educv I St.months Michael's services will be-as follows: T. B.. rector. Sunday services at 7:30 Sunday School at 'SO a. m., J. N.drews. An- Temple. ...:-__ : West Hia Baptist Church West JackI tour state. day. An* 1
'! >- Swaine had number eight I First Mass. 7'a.m.; ChHdren'slla.ss.: 9 a. and 11 a. m.; Sunday School at '::0... m. i I superiatendtnt. Epworth: League First Church of Christ I street-Rev. J. W. Senterlit, pastor. an average six speeches a ; .'
Vespers.Rosary \N"e :tt' 'Mt Whitney 1 High Mass. 10:30:: JL: m.;. Church-Rf'v. First Church of JOSda Kreat J-Jing
of .IethOOlst .
nt; ; .
Cap. instead )
; .
: and Benediction;',*"P- m.; Baptismsat2p.m. Fn1dayat4p.m; Gadsd'n tnet Services at i vices at Pensacola Library. at 11 a. In. to -- every first and 'at 11 9so. Packed with meat and brist- .
!Han Gardner had number three St. John's Church; Warriogton-Rev. F..4Rogers, pastor. t and 7:00 p. m. Prayer- t1ftg' every tense that enter the f
".1:11: and five 'irurch-I' w-Ma.. and Instruction A. T. Sharpe, priest in' charge. Services if an.: Conducted by thepastor. day. ; Sunday at 1 p. m.FirstChristian. ; with epigrams
wrong. 81. Joseph' at ':30 a. nv, J. '* are
School And
Several letters received one 7 a; m.; Sunday School at 9 ain.Ugb every Sunday at -I2tn. Sunday Epworth League Y. M. C. A.Y ; minds of the people. .
were In- Mass and Instruction. 10 a. m.; B Tiller superintendent. M. C. A.-Associatlofl building open Church. splendidly delivered.
:ni Alice Edwards. who and Benediction of theBhrsSed Lutheran Church. at CSG p. ii). 6 m.; Song Service at 3:39 p. ;
VespeTs. Rosary W. flred- from 3 p. an oratirsince S
Wres! about a of week before Sacrament atI p. m.lass, during German Lutheran Church-Rev. F I I Powelton Circuit-Rev. tant. m.. led by J. W. Lurtonv for the purposeof First Christian C'hurebIi East. Gregory: Hearst's development as
coupon & I
oHkks. short
!ast t wiica i arrived at the Journal of. the week is at 6:30': a.' m. except W. Rrlnhardt, pastor. Sunday School at lore.pastor. G< 11 a. f1. and 7 learning the songs of, the Association street---Sunday: School at 19 a. m.. H.J.Marker : isis AtlalitIiejt.is, K't '
Monday and Friday. When it will b* offered 8 a. m. English sen-ice 10:30 a. m. and first Sunday Forrest. S:3; h-uiiaL Bible class at 4 p. m. Subject superintendent. Prayer metthisThursdaj' ..
IIf'! 'ioj late for the Thursday night at 8 a. m. .tJurtngAdreAt. Lent and ; p. m. Holy: communion at evening ..*er- I p. m. First SundaY, Pine Muscogee. 11 a. PIlL tif "Stud). "The" Life and Letters -of afl::'O 'p/w. JOT are'cordially I 1 5- (Continued on Page Fifteen.)
toe months of .lay and October Holy I Ivice; confession at S:3 p. m. Second Sunday Sunday Brent 11 81.1 I'auL. --\ Invited. I I
..&ontinued on J age Thirteen.). Mass Is offered'at 8 a.:pun_ .week days. Norwegian Seamen's CHurcU-Rev. .t111h and Ip. m. Third .. .. .

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THRILLING the men c

Phenomenal Demand IE OF EAST -you meet. on the i

I street to-day. See how many of them
.- l look as if their clothes are a help to

I For K them; a source of satisfaction; men who

K y Cooper I CnAST STORM !'- 5.=.. are conscious beingwell dressed, with

-' out thinking too much of their clothes. !
e :
I. e See how many are either ashamed of .....

; Medicines {t Sole Survivor of Ill-Fated o : their -clothes, or indifferent to them;

-'you'll and
; We e
; > 4'H r House Boat Tells His "o '
Y A From All Over the United States Startling A<> t I venture to say :

counts are Received of the Unprecendented Results Experience. ''f Most of the second type will be weara"i

r, 4 55i tk s Obtained With L. T. Cooper's Remedies. I a : _e: |rig:=mercerized cotton" or cheap, shoddy :

{: The wonderful new medicine Cooper's New Disconrerytiid I FLOATED PIECE OF TIMBER < ,_ -1 clothes; and most of the first type :

Coopers Quick Relief with which I*. T. Cooper has I ON -, will have Hart Schaffner & Marx l label a.a :
dy; ? rid such marvelous success in the treatment of stom- I AND FOUGHT OFF SHARKS FOR ,, ,
S v ,u., 'fib r 1441 eh trouble, kidney trouble catarrh deafness rheumairu r' in their coats. aa
,,* ,4 'i and other diseases in every large city and about I r OVER TWELVE HOURS BEFORE : _4 No man can ,respect clothes that are :
which every one has read numerous awcunts in the {
r ,:ipiTspapers, have become in great demand<: and have HE WAS PICKED UP BY STEAM- : <: 11 3i; made fo cheat in looks ; not -even when :

: :Is had a tremendous sale -this demand for these famous -
;, ; i ER EL PASO. 4. 'Iv he wears .them himself. And no man
a r ,= ,9. i :ine!ies is increasing. Fro this very city the sale and Y I .'
r :: ? .esults obtained from Cooper's New Discovery and Coop- Z': ." can fail to be helped, in business or social =,=

d r's Quick Relief has been marvelous. pne of the most thrilling tales of =ti.t affairs by the strengthening sense o(

S DEARD CATARRH.If the east; coast storm was that, told .
J S that his clothes are right.
by John Russell of Salem Fia. a : 1l, I -
your are troubled with a foul smelling breath, 'in- laborer on the extension: work of the a >'' '\' ."i i We sell Hart Schaffner; & Marx :
i mniation and soreness 'of nasal cavities and air pas- Flagler railroad along the Florida : all wool ;'
-. clothes they're and all I Ia
sages and the dropping of 'a nasty mucous from head to keys, the sole survivor of thirty-tores 1 '
the throat if there is a dull heavy frontal headache and men on a houseboat that was grounded -I 4. right.

ringing sounds in your head and you find yourself gradually on a bit of beach on Lower Mata- j I'' from $15 to $35
:Mr. T. McGinniss.. 2141 Central. growing deaf, beware of catarrh. cumze Key. He was rescued by the Prices 10

1 Ave., Cincinnati O., says: Cooper's New Discovery should be taken internallyto steamer El Paso and was taken to c Overcoats and Cravenettes, $10 to S.
expel the catarrh virus from the system and heal the New York when he related his experience Copyright 1906 by '" '
; **I have had catarrh for seven years, mucous membranes of the nasal cavities and air pas- as follows: Hart Schaffner y Marx -
and bate tried almost every advertised, the morning: of o WHITE 8u MIX
passages. It heals the tissues of the throat and bronchial I It was early on Quito.
remedy without receiving any benefit tubes and frees the entire s stem of all catarrhal I Oct 18 that the rain began to fall"Russell : "YOUR MQNEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK. aa b

bottle of Cooper's New Discovery I have al poison. said "and we bridgebuilderswere ?oo oo oo e o o o o o OP 09 Q 0090000 p to.oj>.o.o Gel!.o'o o-' o qjioo B BOO o o gOjULgogq jjLJ ::g::::: ecy ob
effected a complete cure. old .
bas feel than Cooper's Quick Relief should be used in connection awakened by it because the GOOOOOOOOOQQOOOQOOOOOQOO OOS0o0a j jf atfjrjf., jrfc'SOB. iwnfooosToToonNotice
gained in weight and stronger
with Cooper's New Discovery for catarrhal headaches roof leaked. The mate, a Norwegian I
I have for years lly head Is clear, my
food digests perfectly and in all cases of catarrhal deafness to open the named Gus, had ordered an -
and appetite my good whole my system has been greatly, eustachian tubes and restore the nerves of the ear to out the night before big fellow i had to lie along the top while this i- DRINK BOTTLED I
bent-fitted by your wonderful remedy.- their normal condition.Cooper's I that weighed 500 pounds-for we sort was going on.
for the remarkablecure 'of smelled some wind, and now he "I think the only thing I :was a
,t I am deeply grateful had us put out another one Just as thinkin' about even while the sharks I[ I
the medicine has effected in my New Discovery sells for $1.00 per bottle; six 0
ease' big. and five minutes after still another was trying to chew me, was that I 0.1
for 500. Cooper's Quick Relief 50
costs cents
Signed: T. H. McGUsTttSS. per one, SO that we had three out meant. to fight It out to the finish. @eq:
bottle. You can get them of in alL I've got; a wife and three children
"You must understand we were back in Florda, and I knew I neededto o c: 0 mV L

high and dry on the beach all this live for the IJ. BQ I Just kept it upI lilt lilt
time--not; in the water at all. The ain't got much left"-he looked N
:E3c: >o1e; >n."s PharnJ.: :: lJoy. sky began to gloom up aq black as down comically at his blue jeans and
ink, and then all of a sudden the breeches but I'm hopin' Mr. Flag I
wind came out of the gulf with a ler will send me transportation so I Before drinking see that you

roar. Well sir, that little houseboat I can get back to work." N
Just waltzed down the beach off the get the GENUINE. A word
LANDON'S key right out into the gulf dragging ALWAYS WAS SICK. 0 -

:JACK those three 500-pound achors along When a man says he always was 8 to the wise is sufficient

'TO Buy UP ALL I _PERILUS_ TRIP WORLD'S POOLCHAMPIONSHIP after Inside her.her us fellows were tossed lasted glck-.troubled all winter with what a cough would_ that you r 0

I San Francisco CaL Nov. 3.-"Some around like feathers. We didn't quite say-he
never was sick: since
time ago Jack London the well- know where we were. i BalJard's Horehound using ,
II broke loose. The fur Syrup. Such a Hygeia Bottling Works124'
author, conceived the idea of man exist -
THE BULL DOCS I building a power boat and making a niture whirled around every which Mr. J. C.
I trip around the world. The contractfor way come, and in.pretty soon the water beganto writes: "For Clark years Denver I was, Colorado troubled!, E. Chase Street. Phone 587.

building the craft was awarded to all winter. This :3f'
cough left me In
I a San Francisco builder andIr.. "After we'd gotten about three miserable condition. I tried Ballard's a ........+...................... MM...............
miles I should the old thing
say, .1
London after carefully consideringthe Holder To began to break' It was awful Horehound Syrup and have not had a
Americans Prepare to Form various makes of marine gasoline Retire Because It up.
then, sir. The fellows were like rats sickday since. That's what it did i
engines; decided to purchase a. Twen- I for me." THE.BRUCE ,
One of Most Unique tleth'CenturYengine built by the New 'Requires Too Much Work in chance a trap.to get They out didn't, and have there was any I i iZ ijsK'ATiNc Tr
York Yacht Launch and Engine Company REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT
Trusts on Record. ot Morris Heights, N Y. To Keep in Practice. nothing to do but'wait for a chance. BUILDING. JOHN W. BULLOCK; :
First one end would fall away, then
"The itinerary will be from San '. -" JR. REAL ESTATE.
part of another, then some planks
Francisco to Honolulu, Samoa, Tar PROPERTY WITH ME
from the sides. Me and nine other
mania New Zealand Australia New -- RINK aftor'
, London Nor. 3.-The latest thing Guinea thence to the Philippine Si.- Louis, Mo, Nov. 3.-The retirement -I men, among them a' chap named Mc- FOOTBALL NOT SO I EJI
of John Bride from New
in trusts Horgan and his surrender York were lying on
or combines is that which Islands Japan. Korea: China Red Sea :
three of the world's championship pool the upper floor hanging on to any. FATAL AFTER
Americans at present in London Mediterranean and the Baltic! and ALL out
emblem forfeiture thing. I had hold of tied to
by to Jerome rope
have in
got hand. Their intention is from there the course will lay to San <**<
to Keogh of Buffalo, forms a unique feature a staple in a plank and that was Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 3.-On +
buy up all bulldogs of the one Francisco around the Horn. Mr.' the sub n,
strain, that of the "Stone" blood: or London expects to take short trips of pool-playing. what saved my life. When she finally Ject of football fatalities the 'Cor Is becoming very popular I o: &e
family, which gave to the world the up the rivers and canals in all the In his statement Horgan 'says "In went to pieces we were all chuckedout nell Sun prints the following: : resort. It will be open with 'ts
my retirement It is nQt that I fear re- into the waves and got prettyI "The enemies of football :.
best.dog of its type that named after different countrieswhich he touches point each US!
Sir Conan Dorle's novel, "Rodney and it will be interesting to watch suits of competition with any possible badly knocked about. But I hung onto year to the number of deaths attributable i good music every night except : rr- '

Stone." the results of this long cruise as Mr. challenger for" the trophy, but i that rope. to this game as a main pointof + <<; Saturday night. T
That dog was said by Mr. Walter London expects to' be en route for simply because its retention necessi-I "Some of them lasted pretty long. difference between this sport and 1i lar.tat.'
Jitfries, of Denmark Hill London for about seven years. tates almost constant practice on the There was a door alongside of'me the others. They do not seem to Z ..
part of the holder. This is too muchto : with nine men on it McBride was realize that other
SaiGOO: '
to Richard Crok
is outfit sports
and when four
1'hengine cylinder
r. a p-
the dog died in America there became and weighs in the neighborhood of ask of a player. one of them A big wave chucked a the element of danger also : There will be an afternoon session three times. ;a :

quite a craze to buy up that I 3,500 pounds. The bore of the cylinders : "For instance, if I played Keogh bit of lumber at us, and it got some and probably to as great a degree. T week, namely: :Monday, Thursday and Saturday .for :
pedal strain of blood. The result is is 9 inches and the stroke 10 and won I would then have to play men on another piece of wreckage "For Instance, the figures collected : '9:1n
De Oro. and after the Cuban would after just grazing my head.: But I by ladies and children the
tl u the fancy over there will pay inches, the revolutions being about the Brooklyn Citizen regarding the|i only. Positively no boys over : ext
any figure far a dog whose pedigree 323 per minute at 70 horsepower."The come Clearwater Sherman and prob-- hung on. and The water minute kept I going high number of baseball deaths in the east age of twelve will be admitted.
ably others, so that my entire time over us. one alone this would :
cm truthfully show an infusion or intention of the trip Mr. Lon year seem to indi
for the billiard year would be occupied that door and the fellows on it, anda cate that baseball, i General admission lOc f
splash of the "Stone" blood. don states. is to produce material for minute after I looked she contrary to the ; use of skates, lOc exrra., 1
it being to answer was popular belief is T
The London bulldog fanciers aver more of his novels as well as to seethe necessary upside down and the a far more danger. A chance for alUadies and children learn 'inmost ,
that the Yankees comfortable every challenge within ten days and : poor beggarsI ous pastime than football. good to t :
will have to pay world in a leisurely
dearly for what they are seeking. manner. to play within forty from its date. I I were gone. That was' all I seen of "Twelve baseball players were killed popular art of skating. Mrs. F.. B. Bruce ;tnd : r.\: :
"At present I have a good academy them except McBride bobbed up andI during the last -
English breeders know their value season through .1 rl.ti
full well Very few -Stone" dogs i REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT position here and an excellent oppor tried to reach over and catch hold actual participation in the game. Be- :Miss Constance Day will be in charge. : :;.
tunity to enter and win the three- of him so he could get a grip again sides this .
come on the market Jor it is the most [I BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK.JR. number a dozen or more .
cushion tournament at the St Louis but a gave got in between me and spectators --
favored strain in the fancy. The REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR were killed in falling off .
Yankees will not set much change PROPERTY ,WITH ME FOR SALE. Grand in November. To play Keogh him and he was washed away. roofs or by some similar accident 1
would cause me to give up my position "It was about 2 o'clock in the morning This Hat Is :
out of a f 500 cheque for any "Stone" much larger than the :
WILL BUILD and chance in the other tournament when the storm! struck us. andI eastern football F.
dog displaying anything of the regularly SPAIN casualties of last B BRUCE.
I have therefore decided to floated about on that bit of timber i year." i i
accepted standard of quality.
TWO RAILROADS forfeit the emblem but may challenge until nearly 3 o'clock the next afternoon -

EDWARD later for it." when the El Paso picked me BE CHARITABLEto t..........................................NNNtI1NN1
AND in
WILLIAM Madrid 3. It
Nov. is stated up off Frenchman's Reef in the gulf. horses .
your well
as to
WILL NOT HAVE MEETING official circles here that the Spanish Essambla Regular Lodge communication No.,15, F. A A.of M.Es- "The worst of my troubles were the self. You need not suffer as from painsof your. .........' ........ .......... ........... ....... .
government is endeavoring to makean sharks. They swarmed around me + .
Madrid Nov. 3.-King Edward has arrangement France and England cambia Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. : all the time biting every now and any sort-your horses need not
abandoned his intention of visiting for -construction of two linesof M.. will be held Monday evening, then. But whenever they turned to suffer Snow Liniment Try a bottle of Bollard's i Southern Grown Nursery Stock i.
Madrid this year and that tbe Em- railway from MelUla and Ceuta. November; 6th at 7:80 o'clock. open their jaws they gat hold of the It cures all pains. J.

peror William will not visit the capital The first line will run to the frontierof Visiting brethren C.fraternally D. BEYER Invited., W. M.. (long nails on the bottom of the plank \ "I}[. have Roberts used Bakenfield Mo., writes: : > True to Name. :
either this autumn or in the spring. Algiers, and the second to Tetuan. W. G. DAILET, Secretary. and drew off in a hurry. Of course your Liniment for ten
i years and find it to be the best I have i
ever used for, man or beast. Budded 'and Grafted Pecans, June Bud and one i.

REMOVED TO ROOM 302 Z year Peach, :Strawberry, Roses. Shade and Orna- :1i..

We do not attempt to make the priced JR.BUILDING.REAL ESTATE.JOHN. W.LIST BULLOCK BRENT YOUR +: mental Trees of all kinds. Everything true to anames i.

PROPERTY WITH ME FOR SALE. or money cheerfully refunded Write for :.
i '
; price list at once. :.

H sell our whiskies. Irs the quality. NEW GAME BASKETBALL LIKE +: C. R.: LONG Nurseryman, Andalusia, Ala. .!.

NN..1....o. ............. ..... ...NINNIN I' 11 1N.
Cambr'lde. Mass. Nov. 3.
-Dr. Dud
c The quality of Rose's Old Rye and Roses Old 1 Corn Whiskey has spread its fame, ley Sargent director of the Hemea BAY ELECTRIC; AND COMPANY

way gymnasium at Harvard, has invented SUPPLY
,, into every state in the Union. "a new game very much like W. T. BEOWELL PRES. AND MANAGER.
f.pnsw tW' basketball, and he will soon bet"n Prepared to .d.wJU. all ,electrical, repairing on short notice. Ring phone 50 at" .

4" C \ ;would feel as guilty.as'a criminal if we sold you the average mail order mix some experimental games with it. The IItreeL representative rail W. T. BWwel1. President and Manager 205 S. Ba-'m
to .
( t teams play the game will consist --,----.--- .
A EICNI BE of twelve or ,sixteen men, preferably -
ture. I
sixteen, and play will be held in a How, OurAcme
field 100 fet square. Double Flint

I Every drop of our whiskey is distilled at our own distillery at Gilmore; Cobb county, Ga., where everything is There are 'to be four goals one on Coated Asphalt Roofing ExcelsIs
each aide
cast aside for perfect purity and quality. posite ones of to the be square defended, the, two by tie op made from the beat Wool Felt Q

You must bear in mind that Rose's \Vhisky is chemically pure and not pure chemicals. It is distilled by the same team. The field Is marked off! Saturated and-.ik.coate4(ileJ15elJ under compre.sed a Dew process.) :Roofing with Felt Asphalt: l
method with a 25 foot square in the middle.! Coated 04, both sides with 511k-ate. l;
old-time and aged by years. The remaining: four spaces in front cf Rt'Sista the'action of vapor. acids and !fire

It is worth more than the difference in price, that is, if you care for )'o health.. the goals. 25.i by 50 feet are to be The Not affected rooftn&: by that beat, never or Cold.teaks UBy,

We will four full of Roses Old Rose's Old Corn assorted as like paid occupied by two goal tenders and.two F.asnamXe4: :I LIU
ship quarts Rye, or or you express opponents.- the center square there The experienC4'of tWentT ,Years prova If to be the beat

for $3.40, to any address in the following states: Georgia, Florida, Alabama, N. Carolina, S. Carolina, or any }pointon are and to,la be each four men from, each team' Ready LStahS'iM.Roofing**on inches the market wide and 40 feet I Inches long, # -.A

Adams or Southern Express lines. I. from each team.corner The square players one man are ,aquare feet, wrapped' In heavy casing. '

Remit Postofilce or Express Money Order, New York Exchange, or send the money by registered mail. Do not allowed to leave their assigned APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS.

not send stamps or personal checks. very'apacet.much The like rules basketball of the game except are 3-Ply,' 80 Ibs. per'roll, complete. ,

Thirty-nine years of honest dealing, one of our guarantees and the other is your money back if you are not that the kinds of goal and.'methoti 2-Ply, 70 Ibs. per roll, complete. PH .
of scoring are entirely different. Dr. ,
satisfied. 1-Ply 60 Ibs.
Sargent hopes to get up a game of per roll, complete.
much more interest excitement and Samples and Full Particllars Free. QF
77..84 .Peachtree St. variety this biskAtbilL ADo 2. J.an4 l-p1y 1'arre4'RootinC' Paper, Sheathing and
r 1oaultttng I'aper.
Liquor Company Atlanta Oa. REMOVED TO ROOM 302 BRENT

BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK Carolina Portland Cement Co., ,

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0 : ; mil retain! : ; t'
0 0 ': .tt"\1 i its shapr .f3,-rcft': {,. 2 ikrough t I .. Great Display and Sale of Trim : '
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0 ;Tr periods? o{ hard.perries. 1 .LK'QH t j
0 < Oar .garments :meet this demand I Boston :\Iass..0.; 3.-Flans for :f l lhi li
0 How' Bccaiiss they the opening of the association! football ) !
0 0 ", t'" ...t'':., }rII' ., hen stly : mads--an'j out are of ;i season have brcuht out: the fact !! and Untrimmed! Millinery ai ,r rt.

0 : ot: '. ..:i. >; *,.. I honest: forties.Xct : that the Intercollegiate Soccer League | .
0O fr; # .f-;.!>" one .sins'e' detail of coastructioa 'I Intends to make the sport purely for 1.
: ',. ." the fall and early winter: instead of .. .
0 < no eeseary to good : 109 South Palafox' Street.
0 J" .eprlag, as case -last year, and i, 1
0Co J i } <' I tailoring iae7:: *
O r : ;q Small p-odudica points: ;"t are our as well. garments.. watched I;:! been arranged between the five mem-1 The culminating of all season's .effort } :
\ ; bers point early : f
a a ttf4 fJ \Y&; as the tinier toes; of the league Harvard, ColumbiaHaye'ford our .
i .1 Cornell and Pennsylvania
0CO .. 'rr.J' flI;,..,41,,:, ... .: .4 ".-... ,. It.:pays".Wegte. tet;;: 'A'YreR peeper T1JEfArISH. attention_ 1! The intercollegiate! schedule follows of months of untiring watchfulness and extraordinary( : '
24, Columbia .
a -- : November vs I I'Ccrnet1

a I '".,-".-"f\.>"Jftw..>.."., ,...""...+. ,.,";a. .', rt .I'it ;f : to infcrceraentt factssp, linings), of rackets. sesains, tt.'I', re- ''I'! vs at, Ithaca Harvard* December at American 1, Columbia -j I preparation is reached in this great :sale of Millinery

0O t .: : &t F( one reason why .it,, takes youlonptr ,
: ,; : League Park: December S, Harvard I
:!!; >. t;; \ .., Assortment::: to: finish is..the'garments.alive I' ys. Cornell at Ithaca-: ; December 8Pennsylvania which begins Monday. Look at the prices and values:: I Isr
With new.
f ;\ -l. ideas, '. vs. ColiimbJa at Amen i 'jJ, < .
4. ..;. .V.i. I .. can: League Park: December 8, '
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'1 p: 1' .' ',. ,rr rf .-... 'oJ, ---=. __ a.... ... verford vs. Harvard at Ha'i, 25' dozen Street Hats, Fpm the simplest 1
.., :,t' j t. December 15, Fennsylvan'a vs. Harvard .t
,.."t3 .' :. at Cambridge; December 21 season's very latest, / rough and ready street
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: r\ Cornell Haterford, at Haverford
"J:' ,1, '. > >.} 1' ) I TAILORS U. Brent. UBsi'ldlngls December vs.22, Cornell vs. Penns 'lnn'; $2 to $3.5Q apiece R t .y .. t hat to the most elaborate .. i: ,

"!'-}...... >, .. :.t i .4. ( (-nrrc'M' 'j5.) !ia, The date for the choice Monday 75c. ilf\1e creation for
'= IlnSYIVania'l ; t
J":........-...,t {""t.;' l t., I FRANK B. GARDNER.( ,,: I13ter. Haverf rd game has not. -
itt -? A" dress function from .
t r..itf" .JV.
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definitely : ; '
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: ._ I 20.dozenUntnmmeaShapes W ;
..'tt .- -. ,'./" ----- -- 'There is no R ;:son Io- ",. the most insignificant f
- -, !. .: M. ti1t ..ii .. ; in Velvet and French Felts, 41.r t ,JJ''f., a\IT1\ !it{ 1
f." <-', .. '! GULF CITY COFFEE CO. ,why your baby shouJ! be thin, and .. "" .i school I flat to the most .
t '
:: fretful dicing the night Worms are black and all colors worthl .Jt 1 i
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.q;' H. P. CHIPMAN. Manager : 'I \ ..
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the cause of thin, sickly babies: It /1 charming productionof t
r.:.. .i1' .a B' 'i fx' Roasters Ehnders and Ship; rs of ;.. is natural that a healthy baby should from $2 to $3, your choice, :t, ; : I
: I f.
\ : .. ( :j :: be fat and sleep well. If your baby ':Monday, 75c.Women's 'it.J 1 juvenile millinery
Fh1e CoffeesOLIR retain its food don't expen I .
doss net
iI for misses
: -fACKLE.R'A'f4D'SASSA.fR! ; women, or
S meat with colic cures and. other nedi 1J )
: clues but try a bottle of "White's Tailored Hats. tots. There is not a .
tKM N(:' A TRIAL' o. : r
i 1 I Cream Vermifuge, and $ou will soon '' '
.. ; -,. .. }t see your baby have, color and laugh $2.69, $ .98, $4.73, $5.90. style missing, not a .

'-= .. Just Received. l|I as. H should. color wanting.' With ,
:. : '_-' ,. I Imported Maca-rai Sweet Oil. Cheeses, j I Misses and Children's.School
Lt* NO re F' .\ I The p'i: i: : cs32as,1 production- : REMOVED TO ROD.; 302 BRENT .
Dill all l that's all
Pickles Rater Kraut Ma-ere!, Cod
.j"C"' A td tr-st abr "Tie mill made $1.98 : | .. \
Qflnaz.'f be
Coi.Kfy : Fish. Pigs Feet vanish Onions. Picot! I BUILDING. JOHN. W. BULLOCK, Hats. $2.48, $3.48. f
1i :' ::3 irk J.d.stsas cl illS ch rn elaborate' scsle> surpassing Bread trench Navy U-ead. Everything i.JR. REAL ESTATE. LIST YOUR I. that's: latest, we are I
cos ,uaeae i >art n pht at nearly ill of the ,n>a<3r attractions, an and new. i PROPERTY WITH ,ME, FOR SALE. { .i '
: Witch HaziL JUDO) gallon. Misses and Children's
3. LDl' n,; 3lru fcs: "r11 : er' exceptionally ffae 'Varaparajv the one pr Dress'; prVpared for a'record' ) I I

.. !!' ,\ :; uraa: ; of players."lav : : th it enjoyed the .'Idas:#nd splendid Marine Grocery.Company.. STORY Hats $2.98 $3.98 $4.48. ,
AMUSING week of .
i., asiated from Cn hFcwr 1'ork Run,...fs- 'being; hauled V..1. VIDAL Mana>>er. I' .' selling. 1"1
h and! line cjasi I enct plays,, 1 I roiiid so as to guff.the,"production ----- --- -- --- -- WILLIAM II, I Ir .
: :.J-h reliV Iii=.al1:; &imCF the sacs magnificent atmosphere a; not '
invariably good taste-Mr. Ber! -
frrtatrLt&Ga; and powerful in 1 I tuaTkod: its mum. the largest cities of ton has Berlin Nov. 3.-The Marqu de V
changed the "ending of theplay Sale 8 O'Clock FOR GASH ONLY 1
rC,cr-i i, .n' >3. It 1>' sa. caly: ine -1!1 I the north: In sl sixty people are "to bring down' .the curtain In I Noailles.: formerly French Ambas' :; Begins Monday, r j i
; ';'i a1, but .rnten;.S *ae csa-: j.| being earned for the production and i happiness. The original: declares thatZaza 1 dor at Berlin. tel a: very amusing t tt
.Wte:1: ur cii tbis furnishes .one Q(.tine most r:- after a life of sm and vicissitudes -
t 'c';::' p-ari-ona.; la the sanestw i 'Jarklblepa.rt as' sucn: a dramatic :i returns to wickedness when' La celles the ,Britih Ambassador. t
p.a-t.01ve form! in wi ch the : I ,"One morning" he says "the: Eaperot > I : \t! I
I company la not only the exception i she finds that her god of 10has..
... 's, err been t'-ect-'d.:: It is : : ... .' :. walked straight into ST Franz FALCfS lOR Pa 10
,feut will surpass any in size that will feet of clay I ,
di-.mati air! and b droom announced IR X
: :ca:? : possessestu Lascelle's without being
be seen on 'tf a road this season. A I That is an artistic and naturalrtermination !I 11, b )
;kCW aa uafiagsing love inter : The Ambassador was fast .
: ., musical comedy pr operatic companyof worthy of the French. shake JI
asleep and his Majesty had to
: '
I I sixty people is considered giant Our audiences j
being; somewhat Pl'imFI
; ,
Tie' tiJ lajis not descriptive of the him to wake him up The sleeper
so step and ponder just a second five, require tbat the play
1 literal it is nittde4Iough'
trrk in a s nse. as objected being roused, and gruffly
wth: weapons; it is a about, a dramatic company: that presents felicitously, in order :that they may asked to be left, lone. 'His surpirse -------- ----- "
I c :ff ct:betwren two brothers, one af1':1e three score of well known ar have an easy stomach for supper.If on seeing the Emperor stooping over I '

' an -an the other at'onest'Of the most ----: e"Zaza" these .days the :young prince to win His Majesty laughed; heartily at his I VALUABLE I' Give Us Your Lumber Order
.ii al 1 type. Piece t\\9; br thers Weduday.CMetin' ReCesS must come to his throne embarrassment and sat down on the I Early
1 sjnt for the soal of a woman: the importance of the coming without bloodshed. and marry Ophe-j, edge ,of the bed. 'After a prolongedtalk I I I t
attractions is that of "Zaza" which in thick and fast and insure
vt wKb-ng! to secure her.loTe. the lia before bedtime and a modern with Sir Frank Lasceiles he took i I Orders are coming to -
.tjer to sscur her eternal salvation will be seen at the opera house nextWednesday. "Dame Aux;: Camehas" must not showus a cordial Jeav of' him. "{kOdb'e'l I' delivery should give us order '
I I prompt 'you your
its heroine of consumption, '
r i.'ISOJ is a powerful one and in dying my dear Ambassador, he ,.
: t::: .lij human love is justified in I From the numerous reports, ZazaIs : .but lusty, rather carrying, Armand: to j.trouble tQ get ,up; I.know my: wa>'." SOME OF 'THE LONDON, NEWT now. .. I
"4 "6b;:'stjand trsest! spirit while re03 I a fine drama well constructed Itr ,In the 'last act. Realizing this Sir Frank Lascelles hastily threw a Hardware Paints Oils etc. delivered the same
1 : exalted qUick in interest talable'weak es inour, people, Mr to I
ij g1c ifiad in .i its : con blanket over his shoulders and ran
nature, sham in character contrasts, etfon has departed from the ,orlg- his who day. iB&unders .
over hucan pasa'oasp'a open the door! for Majesty : STYLES TO BE WORN IN {
-.has ,sca"6tiinr! cf a same thrilling; in climaxes and provided,14.'tl f1rt'Bch sc1fme. and is this ver:! had, however, already descended the : I. ,
.. -r' ra IlaH Cal 's' "TheiChrist'an;'! 'With' a centrai'tole'in'which the qualities Sfob Za2a persetrere? i!n virtue and f! sta'rs.. PENSACOLA HERE- : f
we'l! received b> a larre_ and I of :Mabsl! Montgomery: .are finely, sends! us home in joyous huinorovsrj "Come," called the Emperor to bs! I I Mill Company, '4
: alve: 2nc:: Tae In".c. !" reJD I dis !aye Fhone 7'7.
.. ;*' of the Abe Daniel; by ]Mr. Otis I This argument is not prejudiced oy nunnery.. ) figure in the doorway, ".come and 1 "-a -. v.-za a xvcrk of' genuine' art; the criticz! fcut.is founded on the twin I i look,, at the unusual sight of .an Ambassador I I 1 .

:. i'" every member of the cast was facts that Mme. Rej2ne. made a success ArthiT Durn. in his smtL'" The following fashion table was i ____ _,__....J iv. t t. ,I
Ir at in the original 'version of the Arthur Dana' the popular musical 4 The Marquis!: de Xoalles had him furnished The Journal by Max MFeiagold
play Pierre Berton His undsr- comedy star his newest success' GersonR I
0 by in self been made tl s ambassadorial cutter for Pnckett,
The Cs tlC4airmnn"Gx steminT ef :?ta;e methods iJ' luri "The Little Jd'cfr"! will. be the 'attraction hero of the story by the "B rline- Gardner, and representative for (r( ;,. .
0 -*' A1 's. srsjfsst tcccess, i asked-only :ty. bin: ccm9rehfin3ioa of in Pen ?cDla: : oa Nov *>' for one Tasebiatt," and related that it was Chas. J. Stone cutting:: school of t.# : :. f G
i '"" Cavity: ,Ch2 !inn": errs::nted by I u&ralar r qu'rsiasats! in the drama. pcrformwnce'only.! i S.r: Frank Lascelles and not .himself Chicago. The table shows the stylish 1 .a $ t.
r: ":.P iT-"fit AA'! y:3' hie? tip 10f"'OWI hs kniyR w'iat Its auJience d maids. "Tl Ru.ava-3" during his last'! "
0N ty+ : ; of he' 'E<:ie de Paris, next spring and arranged for a proportionate r \ 15y
i. .tt1dtf: : *-- ctT3' c.nlhetup I Iris said bowser dirt, yield: ? to engagement here and is wrlco33"d: That srirethias; of, the sort actually men, of 5 feet 8 inches: f While it is commendable to give the utmost '
.. : :
= uuooubtediy be oae of the lathing! | question is "wnat.:* Single Breasted; Sack .. . 31% in. atecticn to conrrnction of your bathroom,

....... ,,! treats of the teamen;; J Double Breasted Sack .. .. 32' in. ? it is advisable to give as cquaTy: good attention to the sanitary
.. :: Ur. Dunn's ne v vehicle is said toj I BREEDING FARM AT Single Breasted ,Frock .. .. 39 in. t of kitchen '
tler.'fr :l' cririi'. fn theme andi; Double Breasted: FrockIZ in. equipment J our .

.. ;. full of bright, witty dialogue, of the !l GLENN FALLS TRACK Clerical Frock .. .. .. 41 in. -a Take into consideration the fact that.all year food h i prepared in t.
{ rapId fire kind interrupted only by, '1" Full Dress Frock .. ,. 41 in. .
the tramintodate musical! numbers *. :! the kitchen and that the utensils in which i it is prepared depend
: j Glens Falls X Y, :Xor: 3 -Th- Chesterfield or dress OverCoat t upon

.- t C 5* 93 -C 5 hiaf ,- I which include now topical songst.}1 race track and rounds of the J ort.i' i . . eo n .. 44% in. ,'Ii ,t the sanitary ,
:: : ern New York Trotting Hcrse Breed .. .. ,. L
.. en-sembles Frock Over Coat 4Si in. ; -T? _V 4 J
.. t -''U' Asscc'3tiontwhich ha\e not been i Ulster Over Coat .. .. . 52 In. ![ === equipment of .
ins: making in.all a most dclishiful1; t in use since the last: Grand: Circuit I Driving Robes, or Automobile :: Y'' the. kitchen

I Ii cVCnn! ;s fntertai: ycenU by 'a comrrav -: meeting; here three v* fonr: sears ao I Over Coat .. .. .. SW! in. :': for theircleanliness. ,'
i I > +w + Ni'tiLeS "Cr; ': 'xti4 +a. .,t Y'x't t I cf cjetropc'itaa! :artists engaged :; have been sold to Eugene L. A hlev. 'For every inch taller lenthen trot i "

eitjeci:: !!? fir their adaptability toy j of Glens Fills, who will establish a and vest *fe inch. For every inch tJ! 'Ib'
the robs! which ,they enact' (b&; ,breed'ng farm tasre This track I shorter shorten coat and vest **. inch Is this fact
I i t tt. A feature of Mr. Dunn: production) was ccnsiderel: the fastest in the cir Tuxedo sack or the club and stag: 1,:: 1"-1--c" 'ea ':
: t is the baufy chorus 'and the pretty' cult when it was in condition. Glass sack as they are jcalled are the seine : ",' aonc-uot sufficient
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Isis 9i. j jI Ijitle dancing girls all gowned( in the: Falls gaffe up the Grand Circuit, as length zs the double breasted. To, to warrant .
jj j I moot: erc-jiaite: cresta cf the cos-'i i it could netkc' '; pay in compel I covert over coats should be two
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tcners:: art: Uca with tie Sara:o;a running race die IB-
itches! than sack coalFIELD
1 longer j .
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WATERLOO | thorougbiy 1
WILL > TOT BE SOLD saacury kitchen \
e ,
Brussels; N';;. 3f Tte Pat note an- ." y l1, sink? It ,

pti nouncfs that the n sro,iatton! $ for the We would *
\ <&&&**&+&+ ale of the arm of Mont St. Jean and :!, .
( I &tSJ. i *4 VT r$8tete >3 5 ffc mgos* y+*/ >* I the museum oa tic field of Waterloo Ji* :: le w examr.I f fine

r; +9 p.-t' &1 Jrh.e. '1 I I have been definitely broken off A'i the plumbicg! In your. kitchen and if !t is defective, teD) you the ':j'' w
1 4F wiiab cf BtiUsa oficers the jOi.imall{ <
'1 I! i[: states, are about ta purchase the C cost of parisj Li a "'rhmt.ae1' Porcelain) Enameled Ssk; wait an

r I' tie of Hougffioct 3-I' ?: ; abundant supply! of hot .and cold ruimirg.water.. This done,
tqq4.f + t
I has bought a plot !
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cleanTinau 1:! .l!: ::red.
1 Mont -
I II I I tof land on the St. Jean property

S'.t near the J'uel des CJlonnes, Our boolet.uM! dern Home Rcmbing," shows'several:
for the erection of a monument to
I I Victor Hugo. He will also defray i I t kitchens equipped with 'StseisM.S Sinks. Ca1l. write or piosa '

the cost of a centopaf! in memory ",f for a copy. Every a 2aoi d* Sink is fully guaranteed.
the Belgian general, van :Meren! ; y

C .,,.. ; >r. : +k' ,,%wt Frt.SCENE ? which is shortly to b* placed near h-
mound of the Belgian lion lf 1' CO",
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I I The Hasue Nov. 2.-The stor:
I[ from Italy tht Japan: U ..
.w.gevM ; : emanating -- - -- -
preparing a naval attack upon thej '
Dutch island of Java. s eaia *o findi ; iwili'be -
I i ir. 1, belief with a parr of the foreign: press, I I Subscribe the Journal

the alleged frec r.ency cf Japanese'spies } ..
being! cite! I
In Japanese ports
.m a proof of H3 (rut: It i3 state' delivered to your door for lOc a .

.. : bat a few casey ef espionage date as j
I i for back as the Russian war, and noj

WEDNESDAY f !Information of .ta alarming natere I week '
reach. the aUt.lOr'i.4' : rec ly- i it
YN. AS PUNCH SWIFT IN. "THE: LIITTI_ io.-QJ: !E r'tr l i NIGHT.-_ has .: ,. ,

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: l MILLINERY I! -1- Medicine will spoil the i

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t 'ria 669 Before 3 P. M.TNephon '
: i Point that 'We pride :
i OPENING 0 3Na sa After 3 P. M. J ourselves on areiHighGrade .
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City:Should BeMade.Beautiful. The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature : '. WE SOLICIT YOUR. PATRONAGE. .
t Everything immaginable for the little Z One of the strange features of tie I I I } 1 .o .j : ..

storm was that so much shrubbery, 1 I i IT'S A WASTE OF WORDS
: ones. We have hats tosuit the which apparently only suffered the }
purse. loss of its leaves, was killed outright. i i to attempt to explain the merits of our Syrup :
Many beautiful rose bushes, which I Ie
A prettier and better line was never seen : were seldom without bloom, while 4 of White Pine Compound :with tar. We might :

they were not uprotted, were killed. talk column about it and we'd fail
i a yet to impress :
before. Come in early Monday morning : This is accounted for b? some people -
who claim that the salt water which you half as much as you would be impressed i

i and see for yourself. ,0 on caused the the rotts ditches of flowers to overflow and killed, got c : by taking one dose if you are suffering :

them. e from a cough. Prices 25c and 50c. i
There was so many lovely rose gar- tyi e i.
dens, which helped .to make Pensa<:o- i M oe Agent for Whitman's Candies. :
la such a beautiful place in its rest .!

i I W. J. & B. FORBES this dence shrubbery portion, would places lose that much without of i The Crystal Pharmacy, j

their beauty, and fail to attract' the
: admiration of the stranger and tourist u Brent Building. .
t............................ ......................N as they have done in the past. .
Pensacola has been famous all over :t...................... ...................NNIN

be state as a city conta'.ninfl shrubs -
w $ and flowers in the gardens of' its resI- -

.'.!..n......ijPt.--....7.n....--... wiir1U!:! r m:. dents.In tfce) early springtime from the f11 THE CORRECT THING
'twf handsome residences on the hill to I
: the small cottage of the laborerallare II
covered with garlands of flowers, A wedding invitation of all things demanded by soda
-feq c wysthia and honeysuckle, and great should be correct in form, and made of fine stationery II is cnstc-o tt
heavy-headed crimson roses make the not to issue any invitations at all than to send out al
ssH FROM THE VARIOUS USES DISPLAYED AT p, air sweet with their fragrance. And is unfashionable or of poor material If you wish to something get !;I
not only do they bloom at this time atlsolctEJJ!
*.p* the correct thing, consult J. P. STEVENTS ENGRAVING .
*..N.,;,4 W t gp of the year, but there is seldom a I i fashionable engravers, 47 Whitehall street Atlanta, Geor fa CO lit
3 day when the owners of these'gardens This establishment produces the latest styles as fast
.i 352+ GERSON'S f&i cannot go into them and pick a basket Ill "ft'' accepted by the elite of London or New York. Samples a they ar! I
%d fe ful of flowers to adorn the altarsof .p 0 of charge. Don't delay; write this house to-day. seat! tn*
}, the churches on Sundays, or fill
f 38j dfe5T6 the jardinears and vases of the bouse. Ill / I
i But ever since the great hurricane ..
j -
>: ,>,> You will have no difficulty in j*"' swept! over the city, the shrubbery- eI .Ww4WHHWHHHHHHrWHDIAMONDS .. ."........".. iarvyaea--
S 1 or some of it-has borne a lifeless! U I'
raw selecting! a gift that is i in one- Sfei: { I 'im>k. and upon examination much i WATCHES JEWELRY, \t
beautiful useful and of it will be found to be. killed outright ,

3du! It is a satisfaction to feel assured df&! more Now to is take the the time places, however of the, to flowers plant STERLING SILVERWARE I

that your selection, if put to a :! which have smiled to us through our ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS i
stn! test, will stand the most critical S windows and nodded over the casingsof
; !
$ our doors: Like all things earthly, ;CUT GLASSWARE.
inspection. m&m& /they have their time to die, and all I II
J : we can do is to replace them as best !

rrE we It may is really the women who make / Engraving and Fine Station ry

rw I the town attractive and beautiful, by : i.
( ornamenting their homes and gardens .
How much the city could be /iij/
j1U1 m* beautified in its various parks and I Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention

.S % .fe squares to if form the, a ladles"City of Improvement Pensacolawere .

i Society." t
There is no lovlier or cooler spotin E. Om Zadek Jewelry Co.
town, for the little ones, with their :
il r IE attendants, to spend the summer afternoon f MOBILE, ALA. "
[ than. the R. E. Lee square. ,.' GOWN OF ALICE BLUE SERGE NiK:**14WHM **.HHWJMt**#* "H..HU. .."'"HHitt'

'> 9StI y Bf9 Still it, the that grass it is fc-"s.",:sestire grown of so snakesand high fIn } The illustration shows a smart de- ,fA( narrow piping of checked silk I
11" -l4yf & the scand-spur grass has crown fl sign lor a simple frock for at-home was used about tht edge of the yoke. ., .
: and matured to such an extent that wear, the style also being suitablefor and outlined the straps. -The small *
[& it cruelly scratches the title bare legs I aim, as welltas for any lightweight buttons used were also covered with j
the silk, which THANKSGIVING DAY
and penetratesbaby was In two shades of I
where the socks stop,
II i cloth. The bodice was made blue. The yoke and lower sleeves
e 1 to such an extent that the
A visit shoes
to ourstore will convince I f9 one's pleasure of an afternoon i with a yoke across the back. This were of fine white embroidery and
ijf you that in lieu of the approach- outing little is tempered with pain. I 70fk extended across each aide of lace, and were detachable. The
that they the front being cut in one with curved skirt was plaited, and had cut pieces
; ingweddingswe haveanticipated ibB do Men not are think always of such so things busy ,.but the straps, which, crossed below the stitched on about the upper part in ISNOT FOR AWAY"and !

; 3t1! the wants of the people. B women should-and probably dobutSee bust, In surplice (shlon. I yoke effect I
to ramedie them.
no way
.4!S. S If purchased at GERSON'S, the IE! Should an organization of ladies societythey be were dressed in-white, Mrs MacGlb- day night at her home on West Jackson it is time to begin on that fruit i cake.

,I bride of taste and refinement will -formed-would a public in improvement a little time accomplish -;' bon wore a gown;of,black net. street with a "Hallowe'en We have the material and it's all fresh.We've .
receive nothing but what will !feife the women of other The decorations the parlor and party. ;
d I wonders as :in white.' thought of your thanksgiving dinner
I done. Of course, our city dining room were. green and The girls were dressed as ghosts ;
z harmonize with the surroundings L.I. citis officials havee do all in their power, but Punch was served by Miss Clara Bell.' all in white, and such fun as those for you and ordered some nice things. Come
rt ; she has been used to. handis In the dining room dainty refreshments -,;boys did have trying to find out who ;
'*"'$;?i tE: that infinite touch of a work woman's complete. were served by Misses Ola the girls were. in ,and see them. Atmore's Mince Meat ; Ia

ft CUT GLASS.0' ,SILVER. There needed was to make at one the time such a pretty Mullins, Clara Long, and Susie Nell i(I,I After many interesting games were 12 1-2c per pound, Atmore's Mince Meat !:
from the Patterson the waitresses were enjoyed the guests were all invited Pails
slope of the street 75c, Atmore's Plum
grassy dressed in white. Pudding, lOc, 25c, 5
Escambia hotel down as far as gar I I into the dining room where delicious tf

_.........f.. ........... .........,, ..;:-r...-_ _l5n...... den street on either side of the streetcar Mrs. C. A. Vaughn from Molino, refreshments were served. The 45c and 75c. 2
mother of Mr. W R.
track. Looking at it from Garden merry party departed at a late hour,
'r 'fr 7r wT wide present and also his uncle Mr. Byrd I
street it reminded one of a call I having spent a pleasant evening. !
I t
l ribbon, stretching along on Cooper. Mrs. M. K. Walton, mother t I I Those present were Mrs. Lind the "
0 either green side u> make the distance from of Mrs. TV. R. Vaughn was present hostess; Miss Pearl Butler Miss Oil E Il-hill I IJJ
the car track to the road. Now it having arrived from Boston two via :Milstead, Miss Hannah Chestnut Grocery Co09 I 1I
J. F. DAVIS, JEWELERNow has nearly disappeared and a dusty weeks ago in time for her daughter's I i Miss Viola Baxtrom :Miss Louise I 1J 1L;
li black.looking road has taken its place anniversary. |I:Pope, Miss Hattie Baxstrom Miss
in where people have driven on the grass The many friends of Mr. and :Mrs.I'Berta 'Lind, Miss Allie Howe. Also M. F. Bowes, Manager. Phones 212=381 I Iv C'ti
New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St from the main road and ruined it. Vaughn wish them much happinessand Messrs: George Howes, Percy Cross M P
Plaza is an inviting hope that they may live to celebrate Frank u
Stewart Ben Howes,
Then again Stanly
place to rest in,. for a few moments their golden wedding.A Howes Eugene Grant Frank Davis, "'""'" 'VI:
; !need have no terrors for you while waiting for a street car or resting JOLLY PHANTOM"PARTYTHURSDAY I Harold Lind Washington Tucker,
WASH DAY If send one's self after an afternoon Hampton Gandy, John Chestnut Mr. ai
you NIGHT.
your washing and clean
shopping. It looks pretty and Mrs. W. M. Simoa, Mr. and Mrs.
The New Method Laundry, and shady but. if one sat down in Mrs. Lind entertained a number of I Edgar, Mrs. Tucker. Mrs. McXair and
PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop he* Method Laundry Bldg. W. ROJUM there it would have to be upon the in I young people most pleasantly Thurs- others. ehoeEverybody
AGENTS WANTED. grass. Many argue that benches I -a.'t.r1'. !
the Plaza are not. practical, as they MISS CARRIE GAHLENBECKIS t
would be occupied most of the time GIVEN SURPRISE PARTY.On -- _
by a class of men who are lookingfor I "The Best Is What We Sell" 2I 2c
comfortable place to kill time Wednesday evening. All Hal
and a chew tobacco. Then let us havea I lowe'en night Miss Carrie Gahlenbeck We.want 'you to make this your FAMILY .

specia ] park cities policeman, but above as they all was the in the recipient way of of a "surprise a delightful party surprise ,"- HEADQUARTERS for Shoes-the placeyou'll -
Seeds other
Seeds have in
and Seeds! things, let ug have at least one park New Arrivals at her home, 500 E.. Jackson street. be sure to think of fi. t when Fall and
About eighteen of her
where ladies and children may go. young friends Winter Shoes
are needed.
""' .- called upon her and the moments
MR. AND MRS.'VAUGHN This Week went merrily in music, games and This requires on our part better Shoes ,

CELEBRATE TWENTY-FIFTH dancing.Mrs. and better values for the than
money you
Gahlenbeck who ,was in the
ANNIVERSARY. secret of the surprise party, had prepared are apt to get at other stores. We believewe
Just received a new shipment Ou Tuesday evening from nine to a have J
Green-Kern, 15clb.. tempting spread which was them.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
eleven t
to the
of Sweet Peas Seed. R. Vaughn at Muscogee, was brilliantly Lentils, loclb. stroke of twelve.young. people on the Come and see how ,well we fulfill our 1

.t lighted and filled with many guestsin Barley (lib packages) Those present were Misses Carrie assertion. We've Shoes for the man or c
F honor of the twenty-fifth anniversary I
This is the time of lOctb. Gahlenbeck Minnie Pendleton Edna 1 woman who counts I
year to plant of their marriageThe Erickson. Stella Mason Ella Brough- the dollar and wants the t
night proved a beautiful one Buckwheat (old fashion ton, Susie Harvey. Sadie best values that
1t them. We : McHugh, money can buy. (
have a full line of the guests numbered about one hun Josephine Bowes, Ethel Broughton, I
dred, and a most enjoyable eveningwas )
and Messrs.
.f other flower seed. Ask us Among spent.those present from Pensa- Yellow Corn Meal. Moyer, Robert George Pine, George Hargis.Harvey John, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. t f
Bowes Hubbard Bryans, ArthurLoY1D.gdahl
Graham Flour. t
cola were: Mr. and Mrs J. M. Mac- Then
about them. Neals Oertingg and Mark.ham we have Shoes for the man or
Gibbon and :Miss Clara Bell; from Whole-Wheat Flour. I1-
Roberts were Mr. B. M. Bonifay and Broughton. ? woman' who is, looking.for style or luxury, 1f
Flour. >
r Mr. Erene Bonifay. Rye HALLOWE'EN PARTY" GIVEN and who wants the finest that, can II 1f
I Mrs. Vaughn wore the same slippers All kinds of new Ce- BY MISS IVY SMITH. ,
/I ..... __0 __: I in which she was married and One buy-$2.50, 3.00, $3.50, $4.00 arid $5.00. I
reals.Rosenau&Gerelds. of the
had her hair arranged in the same pleasant parties given Shoes for .
N on**All Hallowe'en" night was that of ,boys,misses and children-$125,
style. Her dress was of white
f I :Many handsome presents were serge.re- Miss Ivy Smith, at her home on West $L50, $1.75, $100, $2.50 and $3.00:

I W. relied silver articles of all deacrip- Romana street The young people arrived 'Our Shoes come from manufacturers who
A. D'Aiemberte I about half
past eight but be-
tion. the received
Among presents
| .fore have a of
by the bride was a handsome i 1 ten o'clock the house rang with reputation for making the best
r diamond ring given to her by her bus-] langhter and music and the gayeties Shoes. in their lines.
of the
evening began.
Druggist and Apothecary band.Those who received with Mr. and 1]J JI THE FANCY GROCERS, Of course, the chief occupation of Ito
and Mrs. Vaughn were their daughter! the guests was to try their fortunes.'
121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109t Miss Eva Vaughn their neice. Mrs. C. : 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. allotted for this night for of all others is the one I I Boston Shoe Store
R. Vaughn and Mrs. J. M. MacGtbbon : a peep Into the future ,
:t. I from Pensacola. 0 Phone 391 ,and a glimpse of one's future wife or,: .
I 117 S. Palafox
.I.'i' -:: : Street. Phone 690.
Miss Vaughn and Mrs. C. R. Vaughn 1
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THIS WE---E. K A' FIOE'.J"T"O"F" BARGAIm t r i i

... Every Housewife should take of this

.... advantage weeks selling. In every department t.

.. you will find a feast of Bargains. .

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4S 4 4S..... Elx.tra: :: : : Speci.a1.lVL'onday at & 30 a,, :ro.1OO I I


..... Children's School Hose regular ISc values, the best you ever saw, and as many pair

...... as you like at lOc the pair. Mothers take notice, you can 't duplicate the quality of this

... hose for less than 15c per pair.



1000 yards Outing FlanOne lot Gray Plaid Dress One lot ladies 3 length One lot ladies' # length

nels. Regular lOc quality in Flannels, regular 65 and 75c T T Cloaks, in Tan and Black.

values, 38 and 42 i inches wide, F S $12.00 values, special for Cloaks, in Black only. $5.00
light patterns only, special special at -- values i at I
:Monday only, at ,

8 l-3c yard. 49c yard. $9.98. $3.98.Ladies' ,


thai Special Sale in this depart-

tell !
the 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, One lot Plaid Flanneletts, this week t
One lot ladies' Cravanetts, Black Mercerized ,

are special at 20 and 25c values, special at 1.50 $2 00 $2. 50 $3 50 $5.00 $6.50
:re >,, ,,, $7.50 values, special at Satins Petticoats ata $1.50,

17/ cents. yard. 15c yard. $7.50, $10.00, $15.00 each. $5.89. $1.75, $2, $2.50 and $3 each.


r.c, Bleached Table Damask 100 Boys' Suits, special for One lot ladies' Mercerized 100 dozen Children's Un- One lot Ladies' l11
One I lot I ladies Cravanetts
for :your Thanksgiving dinlIoIday selling $2.00 and Plaid Waists, regular $2.50 ion Suits, and Shirts and Flannel Gowns just received_ I I

25,35,50,75 and $LOO $2.25 values at values $12.50 values, special at i
j ner at at Drawers, just received, at and on sale at 75c, $1.00 and
yard. $1.50 Suit. 198. 25c each. $1.25.

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One lot Gray Plaid Skirts Sofa Pillows i at 50c, 75c Forty-nine dozen Pillow Ten dozen Linen Finish, :
I Bleached Napkins and J
One lot Gray Plaid Waists,
worth $3.50 and $4.00, your and $1.50. Cases, 42x36, regular 121zc Bleached Sheets, 81x90 ,regular 1 .
Doylies" 75, $1.00, $1.50, $1.50 values at \
choice of the lot Full line of Pillows 30 c, values ,at I 5c, quality ,at ,
t $2.00, $2.50 per dozen. $1.19.
$2.98. 40c, 50c. and GOc. lOc each. 50c each. \

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.7 n?;; rUCH Iff LAST Y. MJO1I.tURELIGIOUS IE T SUMMARY A oFTHE'' RECEIVED R [ C E I V A AN N I M P R OYEMENTSBY I era December into forces whaling! town Frost reach Accordingly and big Flor'da to left white consume me in elephant.he the in has charge when month moved his ofa of TWO SHILSIRETHEJNNERS :

-,2 SAILS ONOUCE R WEATHER IN'OCTI IMPORTANT 8 WESTERN of Jack above ing I frost-proof am sweet Frost the clearing surface potatoes cleans Sage up 01 Leaves ground to out the go-pher earth.I everything for and a.bank when crop :

N now need a small family of con (Continued from Ninth Page.)
2 genial spirits who love a country drawing.
; CENSU MESSAGE > UNION paradise to occupy these empty Several new recruits were added to
2 rooms and help me eat these sweet the puzzle army this week. Among .
potatoes.A whom are Frank Lowery. 301 E. 'I
thribble barrelled shot gun wouldbe Chase street and Joseph Huge.. 3j
The British Steamer Tugela after ; an appropriate outfit as quals rab- :F chase street. Also a little Birm
fern. in i ort for about six weeks got The Pensacola Sunday school convention Conditions That Prevailed Liquidation of Big CompanyDoes Assistant Supt. Colvert Here bits and salamanders are a full crop ingham girl who sends in a correct
away to sea late yesterday afternoon met at 7:30 o'clock Friday -unharmed by the storms--and and' --er and the following note:
:j: "a as she got under way she an.'npo4 nIght at the Young Men's Christian Here During the Past Not Affect One Arranging for Many strictly frost proof Dear Editor:
(IWe premium! of 25 cents a I
; tM fact by numerous blasts Association. The attendance was pay a am a new puzzler and I tope my
from scalp for all salamanders murdered answers are correct and that I will
2 her' ..."whistle.... rive bond in the last large and represented nearly every Month. They Represent.The Changes. inside of the boundary fence. get the dollar cr the candy.
0 Sunday school in the'city.. Northop baa recom-
2t Postmaster Your friend.
tits I !I case late Friday night and
Many improvements will be made mail route No. 2 to
terday she released from custodyby It was decided to start at once tak- mended rural EDITH
the United was States officials. The last ing a religious census of the city bya Weather Observer William F. Reed, following telegram received luring onths the at the course Pnsacola of the office next of few the I Uncle Sam. which will at once bringingus be established These new add'Uon to The Journal's

libel suit was for $8,000 brought by house to house visitation for the Jr. has issued his monthly meteorological last night by Anderson & Dorr, is Western Union Telegraph Company ; through Cloptonia whole world. fizzle army are most welcome and
'I' Baars & Co. for breach of charter of weather conditions In touch with the everyone of the puzzler's stand an
summary self ,
purpose of ascertaining: the religious explanatory: wIth a view of furn shing a better ""Prof. Allen wll next go to De Fun
show fcr
party, and bond was pleaced at $5,000 'dur,ng; tie' month of October and Atlanta, Ga.. Nov. 3, 1906. in equal drawing the dollar or
service to the company's patrons '
preference of the various and his best hand on the violin
families i(i to try the box of candy and there is no tell
which furnished the American some interesting information is gain- Pensacola,
2 was by Anderson & Dorr Agents, Pensacola.
ft inviting them to church and Sunday 'n open competition, for a golden ing when luck will come one's way.
.. Surety Co., of New York. Libel ed the reportIt Fla: Assistant Suoerintendnt J. S. Col
school in the church their
nits against the Tugela total $33,000, of prefer shows that the highest temperature The dispatches announce li in the city in prize. It Is a strange thing-and one which
of Atlanta
ence. The report when completedwill vert was Though his time should all be fid can not be explained and never will
rir while she brought suits against the was 82 degrees on the 4th the Bremen
the Hamburg improvements
; quidatioa of connection with the contemplated Andrew
will not
be furnished to the pastors: and dled away, he despaIr. be-why some people are so lucky.
I bark Andrea which total the same lowest 46 degrees on the llth. the General Reinsurance Company. yesterday and while the
in the various is looking after
-I suprintendents Carnegie Not so long: ago there was one boy a
amount. churches. greatly daily range 25 degrees on the Th's has nothing whatever to do here closed a lease: on the company's veteran school teachers; and If he member of the puzzle who
All of tie litigation is due to a col- :20Ei. and the least daily range 8 degrees with the Hamburg Bremen Fire Insurance office for a term of years. It and army
It was decided that future meet present once gets his eye heart pocket drew the dollar twice in succession.
lsion: during the recent hurricane. ings of the council should have a on the 1st Company. Altogether a different was at first the ln'ent! 'on to move the book on Prof. Allen he might as well There were many other names but
with: a The mean temperature for October concsrn office to some other location but this don his time-worn fiddle and luck his assistance both
specially prepared program av his came to
Policy Paid Yesterday.Mrs. for ..
the 27 is Fire- Insurance
past years corded; at Bremen abandoned. and the
The Hamburg
up.6n.. some. subject of general idea has been tune for a young dance. times and 'his drawn
1 IL 1L Jeanetteddow of the paper 95 up name was first.
followed degrees and tie absolute m nim'llmfor Company has paid $2,800,000 San I I present building will be reta nei, but
interest to be by a questionbox
late H. H. who d'ed Oct.t i I
Jeanette on the same per od as 38 degrees. Francisco losses so far and has ample office will be aIm os. entirely rebuilt
and discussion and the the
2 received a check in full last night general ThE total precipitation' for the all ether cf-
to complete them and and equ'pped as a 2-st-class Sunday November 4 1906.PUZZLE
means I I Morning .
from the Endowment Rank K. of P.,i: remainder social pleasures.of the evening to spent I month amounted to 3.83 inches and claims in the United States without fie?, affording all conveniences pos ,
: in
4'O\"erlng the amount of'his policy. '
l the greatest precipitation for any 24 using any of their assets of over $2,- sibVto the public.
hours during the month was 2.95 000,000< > in the United States- -It '. the intention" paid Mr. Covert '
inches on the 1st The heaviest ra'n- W. F PATTILLO "to put in a first class plant In ANSWER COUPON :
tiJ fall in this month was in 1900. when General Agent. Pensacola. and we are mov'n
i !"ti WRITE there wsrs a total of 10.SO inches The. towards that end as fast as possible
average precipitation for the month MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 75, --date in every Answtrs Vast Bo Written on This Coupon Kink. Ne
be ui>-
S S S p11ysici4; during the past 27 years is :3.75 "nches AND MINIMUM &4 DEGREES. The re"wcU and we hon to commence Attention Win Be Paid Those Not Written Oa It. N.
5 to this Rale.
OUR and the deficiency for the month just I work In a few weeks. in remod'Htf- Exception
1 past amounts to .10 of an inch. The I The maximum temperature the building and installing the dynamo
I[accumulate deficiency in ra'nfall since sacola yesterday was 75 degrees at,' batteries wh'ch are to My answers to the pozzies in The Journal to-day tire as follows:
While have confidence in the curative of S. S. S.an !M' and storage
we utmost minimum was
J powers January 1 amounts to 446 inches. 2 p. m. whle the replace the present travity batteries"1r.
all blood troubles, yet we realize that in some cases causes unknown to JThe prevailing winds during thE. o'SO a. m. Last year en :\ Colvert stated that he was
the patient often hinder the best effects of the medicine. For this reason we ast> month have been from the north fhTsame date the maximum was, 71 I inch phased with the manner In No. 1
r have: maintained for many years a branch to our business known as "Our east and the total wind movement degrees and the minimum 55 degrees. which! Manager Crockett is handling
r Consultatiun Department." This department is composed of regularly amounted to 7.4G7 miles. The aver-. +''tho business of the ccmoanv here and No. Z -
;3 graduated and licensed physicians who have made blood and skin diseases age hourly velcity was 10.0 miles i that the company proposed to give'him
and the max'mum was 33 miles an WAS BALD SIX YEARS. I II 'I facltties in future for doIng
special study, and who are employed solely to advise and help, without better
charge, thosebl who use S. S. S. Thousands of people have been cured of hour (for fires minutes) from the I of the New Scientific ; the work. No. 3
oW md skin diseases of every kind by the use of S. S. S., and many of south' on 'he 5th. : Three Months Retorted HI. Hair. 1
The number of clear
those who perhaps, at first'did not find the results entirely satisfactory, days were I Treatment I
partly cloudv 8 cloudy 10, and dateson dandruff
note our pi ysicians a full statement of their case, and a little advice hastened which precipitation occurred- 3. : Baldness is caused by Kill the [ SAGE LEAVtS I II No.4-
r the cure. We have nothing to sell you and the only reason for wanting I -tea. I which Is caused by almost a germ.certain that s
you to write to us is that we may,use every effort to ace that you get the The Bio Show Window. perm and It Is No. 5
, !best. result from the medicine. You can then: help us'by.advising your Electric lights were turned on for i MiMWiStf"*I I I The Journal. 1 1No.
1 :Heads to use S. S. S., which you will know from experience is all we claim the first time: in tiilarge show w'n : Spur Mont., says:l I have had another
3 We
Lime Brent. Nov. -
for'> it dows of Wm. Johnson & last Peterson
Sons J1
You with the that all is held in had 6
can write assurance correspondence ; been bald six years, and week without rain and dry northeast!
since "I: had
night they in'
Strictest confidence, and tha1'onr physicians will give you helpful advice September. were completed. I' tried all kinds of 'cures,' but without I winds, prevent"11gthe- fall of dew.
I, 1r.t out charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA .I The frost( remarkable fbln<* In re- -ny benefit whatever until I tried.I Vegetables are greatly in need of No. 7.
16. 1899 I beun sandy lands.
I November showers on dry
lard to ten! is, tsat the tin rocf. was 'Ierpldd
= and in three date of the earliest
-- Herpicide As we near the
) blown of! ail riled ovpr on the s"ed using s -
in fr-nt:: which!: also fell to the sidewalk I onths a fine growth of hair covered killing frost on ncorf.e; should be No.rName
MERRY CHRISTMAS and rent of the t'n rested *,y head comnletely. Ask your drug- on the alert to have things in shape
1 Everybody can worst that is liable to be repeated
Herpicide. for the -
against one of the large classes aria tat for
glossy hair if Her- .. I
e not of them broken. ave luxuriant
one were
all come from the Coe'Book Store this morning. Wher..n hands are busy thoroughly. Take no The sweet whistle of the Baars molasses
cpenlng Holiday goods and preparing for Santa Claus. See their show window. When the! workmen were removing ''cide Is used
goUs, Toys Pictures; Games and hundreds of things U deflght both young and old. the t'n and shed in front, tie day jar substitute. factory Is agan heard on the Street No.Answers _
J tpr the s'onn, cap o* +ve windo-vs' a' For sale by WA DAlemberte.rngIst eastern hills. ....
r Coe's B: o offstore the corner was brc'I but It wc and apothecary 121 South After the hurricane had wiped -- -
23 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETNew done In trying to save' the.. latre' ''alafox street or Bend lOc In stamps away out growing crops my son, W. to this week's puzzle must be on this coupon and
McMillan decided to his
windows of the dry goods and clothing 'or sample to The Herplcide ckx, Detroit -B ,instead of re-planting pursue for "Gen-i i bear this date.
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|j Continued From Page Twelve.) \ Reita Weeks:'Miss Eleanor Mitchell,I

"- t Miss Olga Thiesen Miss Louise WilHarns. !- THRIFTY BUYERS WILL GLEANFHE; ANIEXEPTffiESND :'i
husband.. Floyd Mahoney was the Hiss Pearl Eagan and Messrs.
t- fortune: teller appointed and he filled Ferrill Palmes; Merritt Bell John "
the place with great credit dispensing t Eag'an. Steve Sweeney, Eugene Wil
the future with a liberal hand. I son. Eugene Landrum Beland and + -t. PICK; UP THE SNAPS tWT \
;, The dining' room looked very pretty i:McQueen Smith, "flarold Laney, Warren "
; as .did rlor, draped in festoons Sibley and Henry Thiesen. *
of.s .- red and green draperies, inter- : .
E, persed with ferns and flower MISS MARGUERITE RIDGELY'S L I
Through the evening refreshments of I HALLOWE'EN. PARTY j < .:. t
9 fruits and bon-bons were served and I NEW ART SQUARES. >::: SPECIAL SALE :OF. .
invited j Miss Marguerite Ridgely entertain i j .. I:
ttwelve oclock' the guests were
ed few girl friend Wednesday i Velvet and' Axmihster famous for their -
into the dining room to a a ; evening Rugs, :;; .c. ,
;: teeming hot gumbo supper. 1 In honor of :Miss Dainty Hovey I durability and clever color blends. -: '
who left for [TS
Hiss Smith's guests were: Mr. and .Birmingham ThRrsdaj BOYS" S' ::
t reside. _
31 Mrs.'Meade W. ,A.Mrs.Smith J. Johnson Mr. and Mrs.Mrs. D.L.1 j II to The evening was pleasantly spent I I -Smyrna Rugs, 30x60 new goods never sold for l lessthan .. ':r. = I

Und! Mrs. Mahoney, Mitres Amelia I In fortune tellin, games, *tc. Reifreshnjents $3 offered by other 'stores now at that f {

;1;s and. Hazel Johnson. Ivy Willie and f I consisting were of miniature served and pumpkins souvenirs price-special Monday price J only----------: 2.00 """ $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 values; : .' ': '
Florence Roche.Iamie and Annie -
: .\' painted: by the young hostess, were :; \ -' cut them to '. I
and John- tie
Anderson Maggie Agnes *; the l .
4 distributed. Probably : : -'. r l
T BOO; Gertie Burns Willie Walker, .. .?J.. : .. --. -;; '-
Daley Sange. Marie SmiiTl and Josie THE NOMADS WILL t most remarkable. :_:. ,. ,' . ,Jpf j
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; were: Messrs. George Howes. C. P. HOLD'THEIR FIRST MEETING 7i'k rug values ever ii ?\o use experimenting when, ypiVcXnBoys : ,)_ },r n ble..=, 1 t

:; L&ybrand Johnnie filler, AIMe Murphy WITH MR.WM..GONZANEZ. in the history .
{ ; Nick Condom Harold Lind, Ralph The Xera ids: wiH meet for, the first t Clothing at the .purchase,i vig orating, rice 5ye _.' .

Wheat. George Eonifay, Chip Klump-I time this year with Mrs. Wnf. R. f of. Pensacola mention Some fine bargains"here- -a'full: hundred .. ,,' I I it
;- Jver, Floyd Mahoney, Dudley Johnson I Gonzales n''Vest Gregory street, '
Fpnda Seals Robert Smith and Chas. i Monday, Nov. 5th. 'The'sUbject for I 1_ merchandizing}ispresented ,suits to be offered till sold B e_wise-r-gcCfirst"'selec! : : 1

-a La -brand I the years 'work is' "England during' .. T'T : herein :' -
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':'0."" t the Georgian Period." In addition: to I '; L'. :;"J_' '; ; .
MISS LILLIAN WILSON the usual routine there will be two : 100 Velvet ,Rugs i : I l
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CM, ALL HALLOWE'EN. I of Hanover" by Mrs. Zcek, and "Sir I ;' .. w... :2: :itf&fJ of a$2 value, '; : ) f J

\" very cute and original; Hallowe'en Robert Walpole and his Contemporaries" ,$ Monday.. $129 t 1
Miss Lillian" Mrs. F. O. Howe. .,
party was given by I by 4 'O''f '
V\ ilson at tbe home of her })areIif The Nomads look forward to this! ,Vq/- / t PI' I Io
OR: West Chase street She was I meeting with much pleasure as it \has! : I\lral'S\ SUITS: "
assisted in entertaining her ;guests by II been sometime since they have met f ; &:j-iidD i Only two to a r ,LjA i
Jier.: mrrher: Mrs. C. ')1. WUson and I Papers read by both of the talent-J # :E.= .1 .customer. -, : "
her, "s7: < r, Miss Ruby. ed ladies mentionedwill furnish an' > 'l
':.'le tights in the house were lowered afternoon which will be profitable: as! f In the interest of ommon
and shaded with'ell \\", the J well as pleasant to the, members. .
I and material l benefit
d1 shiaiions were in yellow and white. : sense 1
nn/ :n en vines and frees were combined -I MISS ALLIE SEALS" ENTERTAINS j with satisfaction, we ask \ ,\
you .s>a
into an artistic effectr ON ALL HALLOWE'EN. -- A PLEfiSANT GLOVE 1 SORPRiSEr 'I
defer the \
> the four corners .of ice parlorw 1 to ordering a custom : }
I Miss tine Seals was the hostess: ol'
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'rp four ghosts whose pliosphcrescisu :an amusing little"Hallowe'en patty,;; :f made suit until you have fir. ; t -j
hands clung to the white drab-i ion All Hallowe'en. Miss Sears part/i a e a; _a Many surprises will be presented ,vi. '- seenthclmesofsmtsvelace- I
'Ii' encircled them, and who
in < }pulchral tones read the fortunes: was The one house of the was prettiest prettily decorated given. in,j ? itors to the loo a'do ar spent this w ek. prepared for autumn and win-" i' M I :
of ,the boys and grill who ,-er.tured''
near enough. Blackcats ui.1'.wltch s 1 i flowers:: ?ell ferns the dining .room be- ? J test hearken"to.this sample of a genuine ter., If our suits are not powerful '
were also in evidence. and the wierd t[! particular attractive in its rich'colors. t' ] character: individuality -
: Forbes enough ; ,:
Many gimes were" played and: ; ? ,; surprise$1.50.Fpfbes'' Special
effects were very successfully carriedtAt.Hallowe'en 1 I \
lfortnuestold. '
; ; + J refinement-, : and t ,
oo ; i i y Larome Ki5sJlp be sold for / I
j The guests were: Miss Nettle Tan a pair r
luncheon revolutionize
was served quality to
I I fola; Miss flattie Ack rIDQn. Miss;; ybyr ., '
ar to Wilson*ho,following Miss Genie guests:; Law: J.Iiss Miss Emma Nellie fLlllie Walker. Mr. Carl Brown, Mr. : a --. -* > $1.00. . -V past policy of clothes buying, ;. 'I'/
Fonda Seam Mr. Lem Tate, and MrJ! -- I
WbQd, Miss Willie V.'ood, Miss Genie i' rhv4 we lose-hot y ou. We 'Avel-1r = j
:Tin: Hurst A eupperr suitable to the! .
.Swe ner, Miss. Olivia Lfbaron. Miss I
]-;dUh Grant Miss Fannie Grant, Mis: ,|occasion was sc'rvedand partakeQ of| ( '., .>te : :7A come you to .our,store to mul. -. a ,1. I

Gq?\1eve Hallmark. Misss Vera ,i!with much enjoyment:... i iI j ANOTHER GLOVE SURPRISE IN LONG'LENGTHSblacks L -sPect these suits r vve'want-to: o. ,[ :
C'::en, Miss Hilma Green. Miss Lu- I v.
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MISS LURLYNE BUTLER .1 /j :: showy ou 'what .real clothes :
cUe Lurton :Miss Albata Weeks Miss ; if
{ i GAVE HALLOWE'EN PARTY. and whites. A particularly, par- at real bargain prices mean 1'. j

Miss Lurlyne: Butler the attractive j 't ticular glove, destined to become the here. Not an'old. suit left-
The Shoemen
with a Reputation i daughter of Conductor and Mrs. T..1.l| '
season's faijiibn favorite. Made: for every one new. ;
Butler gave a charming Hallowe'en j kWti

I t party at the residence of her parents! .. wear and effect appearances. One price- xx; J .
en East Strong street !
WINTERfIGHT I' :The house,was tastefully decorated, j : $10 to $ O''l
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3 in yellow and !white with green vines": .k ..
ferns and ,roses. _: ; j I {
The usual fortuneteller. presided'
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amusing part wss,the "duui supper" !
'served in the handsomely: decorated; i events aptly designate sales. What .
economy our numerous
To you ]ladies who wear I dining room on -the stroke of midnight \ TREMENDOUS a

Oxfords during the winter I Those who e.njoyed1iils Butler's: unique reputation this store has gained by its conservative dealings modern -

season, this ad should cer- ,hospitality were MissBessie: Gor- ; ,

tphily!! appeal l. as '\vejiavejustreceived ';$I i Bm don.tog Miss, .Miss.L Marie saJ'rederiolSori:Burton, Miss :Minnie:, Mills i j methods,, reliable bargain offerings and honest advertising. The Forbes Store the t til

a large 'slup 1Hmt of j t Pearlrer> .'Miss Josephine Caro, ;

fords.Fall's ]latest decrees in. .. Ox-I II I Farar.Miss HoSEan: Annie leiuy, Mf. Johns6n.Albert Hantz Es,, ?Mrs.Thadeus rt,- Thomas A. Du-II. :|1 quality store, the biggest and best-department store in our' city; with departments devoted -

O J ""' I ILadies' I rent nnd Chas;,,E. Bobs.' *''m' to. everything for man for woman child for the home. stocks all [
$5. .t; Pair> : ; I .;-Mr;: and Ft'i Mrs. JT;H.-if;C01lJU'5./of New. Complete 1

ff'Tdsclt: all-Patent soc' Cuban Kid OX-I nur City,.,-,with they have: their will!gout spent two to Gala children- Jactsdnvillrwhere wpck.! and- ;(Ji show their freshness in immense quantities, all sold on the "quick sale small profit" (: J Ji

} large eyelets, silk The r-it'.fd' of V.Miss v>"jr Minnie Anderson i:' idea surely a place of interest to buyer in Pensacola. Call and

laces, slight extension, with I regret Jto learn tlrat she is 'confined every see us;

a swing toe, licnch 'made., to her.,home with-- malarial fever. '
I .':; .: I are always welcome. Get acquainted with us. YOUJj
$4.00 Pc-rir. Mr. and Mrs. David J. Meade, formerly :
I of the navy yard, are now keeping : -1 ..

Ladies' Patent l strip Ox- house in, town with Mr. and Mrs. .i i ,R;' "" i: ""f ., ........ -m !' L'f>:: lJI. ......> }> ,,-;!;;:.....-:: .=- .___. ,. > __ _. _r .
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fords dull kid hacks welt Charles Mc'id? Mr. Meade, 1: .JID.I
still has Its position at the howe\er'I'II}I-=:= : : = =
sole::: Cuban heel, large -]j ".....-.-.;.>0.. J
I The rSr.y.,fri ngig :.of :Mrs Caleb I i Zi trance {fs No. 9' West Jackson street Rosasco. of pens co 3. sailed Saturday -Weeks was besieged with icqaries regarding '
: silk ribbon laces, cottage t j jjtoe. JR.: Burg-JIne{ regret to learn, that she I I They expect to take possession: early! Navembcr; the third, from Liver- Pensacola and the storm..I .
;' I I j jI :Is confined tQ 'homewith an attack in November at which tipie. the ;J2tEent } :&- pool, on the. steamship: Carmania for and 'was delighted to assure her -I
of La Gliwe.h. occupants Liuet J. .S. lIe! ins, New York. The Misses Rosasco have friends that it took more than a 1 OrEra..A.: HpUSE:
3.50 Pair. ':' :# }, U. S. N., and his fascinating wi fe. been ,abroad: for several months and storm to seriously injure her home I
I : ( will to the navy'yard.llrs. !have toured France, Italy and.Switzsr. ; .
i Mrg. J. 1.:. Dunham and c! !!Jreni remove citjv '
Ladies'alll)1) OxItfords -.i have returned from a trip-to ,Baltimore Barton, who intends with help husband land They went through the great !
dull kid.backs : where they "spent some tim 'and young son, to make P'n?<\- new tunnel which connects Italy with Airs.: J. G. Yniestra was the hos-
military ]
I very pleasantly: 1 I cola her future home is. & grand? Switzerland and which it tOOk so tess of the Friday Afternoon Euchre WednesdayNight, NovemberA 7.
eels ,welt soleJarge eyeless} ,. ; __1'oi- .," daughter of the late Admiral Laval- many years to complEte. Miss Adahwbo Club at her residence! number 114
silk ribbon lacecreased;; I. ..Tbeman.vPe/isaco2alfriends! : of, Mr. lette U. S. N., who many year ago' went tbroad for the purpose of North Alcaniz street. The club spenta .
!and-:Mrs. 13. H. 2Qmbioiua. extend to was commandant of the. Pensacola' !. .completing her studies in tie:: art of very 'delightful afternoon.: At the I MORRL IN EVERY UNE
,toes, a full extension, dth'full a I them their sincere 'condolence in tbe Navy Yard. mastering the viclm has been highly completion of the games refreshmentswere EVERYONE SHOULD SEE
loss of their little sou Thomas 's'. +'YMr complimented for the great talent she were served ,
toe, a nobby walking Oxford Albert Rosasco, accompaniedby The ladies will prob- -
I i Ferdinand; whose r sudden dath oc- isiplays. young Those who won'prizes were Mrs. J.
!i, tarred on the first, at the home of his his nieces Misses Annie! and Adah ably spend Christmas in Pensacola J. Ynieetra, the first prize lira. V.I DRAMATIC)
I grandparents in Columbus, Ga. -,' Mss! Adah returning to Italy in the Fauna consolation, Mrs. George HoJTman. EVENT OF THE SEASON; ,
k. $3.00 Pain.Ladies' !I .;;;. .\ I II I I r early spring to complete her course I 'Ions hand prize, arid Mrs. R. '
: Mr. ?nd'Mrs. W: S. Garfield and in music at the Milan Conservatory. I Kearney, the Trooby. The
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v Patent KidOxford's .
Tip I'daughter have to their -'J.: tag of the club will 00 1\ rilABELMONTGOrtl
gone country Chase 6 Sanborne's Miss Madge M..Cnshmsn left Fridayat I 'heldith Mrs RY'i
welt sole, large eyelets -j: home at Powelton to enjoy for sev-II i non for Chicago. Miss Cashmaa I C. D. Beyer:: at her N fcoae, 401 XortbHayne
eral days 1e jruod-hnnUn oi that >i-l{! street
silk ribbon laces, inilf-: will be gone several months visiting i
Brand Coiiee
i cinity. Mr. and Mrs.: Garfield bay:: as!iI i Mrs. N. E. Terry.. at 6354{f
her sister
tary heels, just enough extension j I their guests Miss Fan Turner, Hr !j Ellis avenue. touches It"sJthe, the"Blue Ribbon' Flavor"* that! fc Ib3 Erert! Eqjct'osa: :: I
Goarge'Fu -nettMi"and Mrs Whiting i i exact sport. 'Get Blue
and swing to give it'l This is the coffee that' .-t.--"t. i t PLAYED IN
I Hyer! have |Ribbon Lmoa and Vanilla. Absolutely Crama Pitt burg,
and baby, Mr Henry llyer and i iII Mr. and Mrs. B. 1.l. Pooley removed .
that dash and individuality 'Mr. Willie Leonard. The party was: !!* .makes new friends: wherever from East Jackson street to} pure: S o twice as far and J the "Blue: 35 Times

.6o.lUuch sought for. l'II joined Saturday: 'by Mr. aldIrs.: RH. !| it it screedIt is. 501 West .Chase street, where the}Uibbon Flavor" is perfection. Ask for : New York, \
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size. ,
i Turner. Those who compose the! 'are comfortably_locatedMrs. : : 500 ST' ,
"We have the above styles i party of hunters report excelent the i ideal family coffee!)f -t-te.returned fo i life Is- no use to bother about- ; 30 TimesBoa
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I'I shooting Mrith ran abu dj ace of bird hundreds of Pensa t- S ', Ai:3
in sizes 1 to 7, and widths A I and other '-. her home( in Louisyllle] after a short I baking csfcr' at home when the mosti Y nt'fit. .; R .
se l gameJs'fe.:: _.-*.'.<' 'I' ians. It/has that delicious stay with Jlr.: and ').1rS. George Kelly -J i delicious caJi'e that can be made anyWhere"ean 50 ,TimesPhiladelphia 7r San Francisco:
; to EE. Also complete line Miss 'Uzzie--I(>Mitt. of Olive isvisiting at their home number 1020! East| be found at The West i 75 TimesWashington
I flavor which is far i FlOrid . :
of for street her (cousins the Misses Bax-j : Jackson street t < Steam BOkery'hicb was re- : 1 {' '.4 :
Pumps. ,purposes I strom, on West. Jackson street for I! superior to Any: 'other: .:}. -I[centiy purchased by Neils McKenzie ; ,-, ', As Played Om 1'.oGOTialeS'J? ,
and ('-nces and other new i!a few days:, -- j : Mr. and Mrs. W. S. avrence wfcoj.i Getting'MOROCCO 50 Times .
effects in Ladies'jFoci i: t'*:r"fe- : '
and.Mjy I: Mrs. J. Mack Bennett, of Atlanta! and purity.. Burgoyne have returned to their j : JOINS ; ': r Mrs. Leslie Carter .

v- oar. Come take a look GJL., Is on 'visit'to fc r mother, Mrs. I home in Mobile. {! I .--- _. ...., _
s H. F. Maneely: No. 716 K. Alcaniz i iI : | : :ENEMIES; OF FRANCE :
bl,1; : ,: se. I I I street : Mrs. W. S. Weeks has. returned i PRICEEC', -25 cents to 81.50.
t from a two months' visit with rela?> Algiers! 'Nov. i I
j 3.The inhabitants
Mr. and }1rs.1j. Barton recent I I So! Cahn & CO. lives and friends in the north Mrs.!'lof T1 1e-t. whose tfisccntsnt: with us : :

111 J:'! U ;- agreeable accessions to Pensacola Weeks Is Grand Matron of Florida I' I bare already mentioned, are at present : .- '.
.1 r t ;} t Pfl I society, from-Norfolk., Virginia, have .The Pure Food Store, f fSeutd.est lot the Eastern Star, and bad the! preparing; .audacious- coup ie :. -- "
IVi L 5 asiy rented a handsome Euite of rooms on PaUfoi tjd Istendencia ;pleasure of meeting the Grand Chap.I i main asainst, us." So says M. Afire ; ia-1903, th lt 'Freatlr: : are; ;.2c4atainted f 1 r freer the A lag Mountain; ',
.' I the first or:lowest. floor of Dr. JamesS. Career !ters of Kentucky. Ohio and Alabama.I'' anvil on. the basis of further tnIt :',,-. 1 with their prooeedhissi 4 and with the i untie wafgBfc 4t- In ,a wor,!
FEETi1S4c3S F33 FOLKS Herron's elegant and spacious residence 76'I She received much courtesy which matron Which he has received respecting i fact that thea:1ida.t'T) %
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I Fort San Phones toher state as It thc:. trerTescene let .ar now II IIi rocco southa aiT the Atie gnu
on ,Sligual corner of .1:480 1[was a compliment on Algera-)I beins. mobilized. mobilization ;a-
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4 : Buyers Will 'Understand Exactly upon an era of development and prosperity unparalleled 'i? the }t 1

Advice-of the largest coffee dealers min ) What They Get. ,history of the world. The man who realizes this fact is the f j 1 i

the world is always to buy the old- man who will succeed. This country is all right The resources ,

fashioned Arbuckles ARIOSA Coffee in LAW GOES INTO EFFECT ON
I of this land have been scratched. The t
the sealed packages. Don't ask f for a pound of Mocha and Java, of buy by the price FIRST OF YEAR AND WILL BE great only ,

(for Coffee fluctuates and you cannot get the same coffee (for the same price all the time STRICTLY ENFORCED RULES next fifty years will I see wonders in the way of development j

much for Most of the so-called and Coffee is simply f
unless you pay too it. Mocha Java> WERE PREPARED BY A SELECTED

masquerading, and is not nearly as good coffee f for you as Arbociles ARIOSA the blendof COMMISSION APPOINTEDFOR that even we do not"' dream of. ;

the Brazilian Coffees most suitable to the taste and health of American people.. By the ..

looks there; is no"difference between roasted Java and Brazilian Coffees; many people drink Brazilian but pay for Java. THAT PURPOSE. These !
are the recent utterances of of the richest of the
The principal difference is that Arbuckles costs you less. It is a mistake to believe that a high price guarantees one

quality. When you buy Arbu ARIOSA, Coffee you get a. full one pound package of the leading Coffee of.the Regulations governing the enforce- self made men of this country: He has made millions
sales ( than the combined salps of all the other packaged coffees. By giving better ment of tile pure food and drug law
world. Its for 37'years are greater recently enacted have been issued
the combined businesses of the four because he had the brains to realize that the natural growthof
Coffee for the money,.we have built up a business exceeding next largest coffee firms through Secretary Wilson.

b the whole- world. If your dealer will not supply the genuine, write to ARBUCKLZ EROS New Yod C :.. The regulations views af represent the corrr"the' ,-'.unanimous n -i.I this wonderful country of burs inevitably means increase in

pointed to pre: are them. This com-
mission consiau, j of Dr. N. \ti. ..L-/, values. He didn't out of the of the '
9-YEAR-OLD CHILD of the Department of Agriculture;, D..I get way opportunities

VE5 ON PLAYS OMAN N LIVEDLIKE S. N. D. North, of the Department of I that
PIANO confronted him and
Gerry Commerce, of the and Treasury Labor, and Department.James L.' that confront every man every day

Madrid, Nov. 3.-Latest among the The regulations are believed to be of his life. '
"infant phenomena" Is the- wonder-
thoroughly comprehensive In their
N. ELECTIONContinued child-little nine-year-old Peplto Ar- BEAST scope and it is hoped to insure the absolute -
riola. purity .of any food or drug l
This young Spanish pianist is, so product purchased..The What he said '
tiny that a special l piano! has t been section of the reg 1atlons'.respecting applies to PENSACOLA. Her resources i
built for his baby fingers, and the
keys on the instrument are consider labeling of products requites too have only been scratched on the surface. The who
( from Ninth.Page.) ably narrower than those of 'full- Had Roamed in Forest For that the ingredients of the package man
shall be stated so that the purchaser
cf marvelous. Two western congressmen sized piano. may know precisely what he Is buy- can allow this simple fact to filter through his cranium has
told yesterday that not Bryan But, although so' small in this respect Eleven Years In Perfectly ,

himself enfe better controlled than and the man swept who an audi-was I I and nttle, the Pep'to1s tone is full certainly and brilliant one of Savage State. ingCare 'for Candies.In in it a capital worth thousands of dollars to him if he will
the matter of the
charged with not being able to make \he most robust of all the prodigies. I coloring requirement

t speech. And the best speech of his Hfe Is attracting the greatest attention Geneva Nov. 3.-A woman, who! known to is be made deleterious that no to ingredient human apply the knowledge. I
made' Impromptu ,atSyracuse throughout Europe.In has been in
campaign was living a savage state in I health shall be used by manufacturers,
he is a typical dark-
in answer to an afternoon appearance the forest near the village of Scien- :
into his hands after skinned, black-haired, little Spaniard. trier, Haute This regulation appries with particular -
put Savoie few mles
newspaper (a i
Besides being pianist Pepito is also force to the manufacture of can- People will be Pensacola real
le took his seat on the stage. from (Geneva) was arrested some diea. : selling estate at good
a composer; he has written a march ,
taken of .
days ago and to the hospital

are Statements some of of Mr.Hea.t.Here Hearst's terse of which Spain.has bean accepted by the King St."La Julien Suisse, on,"the a local French paper frontier., published Adulterations prohibited but, particularly standard drugs of drugs.Is will I ,profits, one year, five years, ten years, fifty years from now., r .

1 statements"1 believe:' in good wages for good SHAW'S PLAY HAS 'files Interviews concern'ng with the the affair.French The author Mayor not be that considered they are adulterated branded so provided toI Every man who stops' to think will realize the truth of this I II
work not because it benefits trades show their actual strength or PUrlty.j
of Scientrier "On December12th
unions merely, but because it benflts PLEASED GERMANSVienna says: Poisonous deleterious '
i last I was informed, for the first statement in game/
the whole community. lives shall only be applied externally m I
that unclothed
"The prosperity of the legitimate Nov: 3Mr. Bernard an woman was. and shall be of a kind that will not I I '
business man depends upon the pur Shaw's play, "Mrs. Warren's Pro- I hiding gave in the the necessary forest of orders my commune.I for her permeate to the interior of the pro- Walk in and "TALK IT OVER" with us !
chasing power of the masses. fess'on" which raised such a storm of duct and the preservative must be of
arrest, but in snit of our activ'tv we :
"1 am opposed to trusts, because indignation in America, that it was failed to-capture her. As she did not such a character that until removed t
they illegally and unjustly oppressthe censored, achieved a great success at give trouble and appeared harmless the food. products- are inedible. Misbranding -I!
people, and interfere with general its first performance in the Ralmund I took no further steps. of food or drug products is : \
prosperity.I theatre here the other evening.It "The other day I received a formal guarded against particularly. The 1 i i ',
would rather be defeated ten has been well translated, and was complaint! from an inhabitant con label on every product must bear the
times over than see the people of this well presented to a crowded house. cerning the woman, who it was stated name of the product the place of I A '
state practically denied their rights as The piece was loudly applauded; and took the food left for his: pigs. manufacture and must show whether I '
American citizens to nominate by .per lb.e critics cf all thai Vienna papers the advice of the prefect I ar the article Is a compound, mixture
tiUon.! praise it bighly.. :'They particularly ranged"By a party of gendarmes and citi- or blend, and must designate the Ingredients I Pensacola Investment Co. I
"The enemies I have made' in the eulogize the author artistic treatment zens to capture the woman, but it and proportions in the case I !
Trusts are your enemies, and they of a difficult subjectTae was only on the third day that we of drugs and foods. The use of any I
are my enmies because they are your "Zeit" says U )is the best playof managed, after a long chase, to seize false or misleading statement design! I
enemies and because I have used my recent years. It is generally ex her as she was sleeping in a thicket or device on the label is specifically: : ;
resources in helping you to fight that It will have a long careeron prohibited. .
pected I She was brought to my house and -
them. the Austrian: and German stage. locked up In"a room. It was all'sev- Guard Against' Deception. ; : No. I North Palafox Street.
: When He Would Stop."I eral persons could do to wash and It is known that some difference of'' 'q' 1
i do not like personalities of this GOLF TOURNAMENT I dress the woman, who looked like a opinion arose among the members of I
kind, and I will make a proposition I BEGINS'NOV.S, savage beast She did not seem toI the commission respecting important Under Methodist Churce
to Mr. Hughes In order to stop him. understand my questions, but I had details of the rules. As originally ,
. If Mr. Hughes will lying aboutme I believe that ,, a drafted ;
stop Atlantic City.,N. J., Nov. 3.-The reasons to- ----' she was--- the rules practically prohibited I ;
I will stop telling the"truth about country Club of': .At1 ntic City will lady." ; the use of generic names as applied ,
. tournament After careful inquries I discoveredthis to products of American manufacture -
; him."I annual faU golf
hold its
do not question any corporation 8 9 and 10. The quali- morning that the woman has been For instance, champagn; as ---
: attorney's right to, hold any opinion! Fill be held .November identified by birthmarks as Mme distinguishing a kind of wine, could agriculture. The analysis may be
, ca any subject, or to argue any side fying round of thirty-six holes, medal N'collet, who left her husband's not be used in connection, with an made in certain condit ons. I COMPAr"I
cf any case for a fee, but I do deny 8, to consist I home at Oyonnax eleven years ago. American wine of that kind, becauseit A drug bearing a name recognizedin
Y Us right'to question the sincerity of play The first sixteen will qualify for'j It Is believed, judging from her physical was held to be misleading if not the United States pharmaiopeia or I ". G. DeSILVA &
I man who does his best to serve his the second six condit'on, that she has spent the actually deceptive. Geographical national formulary shall conform in .
I fellow citizens without a fee.I teen the governor's for the president's cup cup, the third whole of that time in a savage statein names, generally as appl'ed to food strength, quality and purity to pre
have no selfish desire to lead -Atlantic City cup the the forest. or drug products or to wines and scribed standards. i
sixteen for the
<':fs fight.! I am in the fight to the fourth sixteen,for the Northfield cup I Her husband, a wealthy man, died liquors were not permitted to be used Manufacturers of proprietary foods Are running again and can take ordersfor
in the recently, bequeth'ng to his lost wife under the regulations'as prepared by to the label only
end, but I am willing to serve and the final sixteen for the Consolation are required state on
desire."I "comfortable income. the commission.* and of the materials work. Our stock of lumber
l"ad or in the ranks, as you cup. The first and second. the names percentages special is
If Thomas Jefferson will be November Must Bear Right Names. us2dr to prevent adulteration !
have said that held
rounds of match play
were here be would stand with 5, and the third and final] Cooper's Medicine for'saleby 'When the regulations were submit and inlsbranding. The factories I} sufficient to fill i all orders sent us
I" BS in this battle for equality, opportunity rounds on November 10. A medal all druggists. ted to the secretaries of the three de- where proprietary foods are mann d i
liberty and common honesty play handicap"has, been arranged for partments for approval some changeswere factored must be open to Inspect on
and any man who calls himself a November 1& SAVED'BY made in them o' a very 'rnpor- by properly designated omcers. I Phone
Democrat and is not with us .in this tant-character. The use of geographical No dealer In food or drug products
straggle! for popular rights and com NEW GASOLINE AUDIENCEMadrid names, for instance was provided shall be liable to prosecution if he I
mon honesty is not 'a Democrat according far in cases where It"walt thoughtthe can establish that the goods are sold

to the principles of Thomas ,TANK FEATURE Nov. 3.-An unusual oc-I names were generic: or distinctive. under a guaranty by the wholesaler ,' ---,--.-- ---
-.. Jefferson the founder of the Demo- curence Is reported from Vallalolid.a It was provided however, that it manufacturer or Jobber or other par
cratic party. Jacksonville Fla.. Nov3..-Stearns bull being released at a bull fight. should be indicated on the package ty residing in the United States from .
'If >ou see fit to elect me and my &; McKay at Marblehead.! .are building The bull which was a particularlyfine containing th! product that it was of whom pu.chased.
associates, and give us an honest legislature : I a 30 foot trunk cabin power boa: animal and ca.led Aldeano, fed American manufacture Thus champagne Bar'Mlneral Substances.: You Have Malaria !
I pledge! you that we will for use in Florida .waters A novel out of the hand of his keeper and or Calfornia champa e. so that --
restore the power to the people, and Innovation In the plan>> of this launch would follow him 1'ke a dog. These the purchaser, while he know* that Mineral substances of all kinds are
*hip these corrupt corporations out is the manner la wblch.the gasolene facts became known to the public be is getting; t. certain kind of wine. specially forbidden In confectioner), I
cf the temple of your government"THERE'S tank is installed. The tank is con who applauded! .Aldeano when he was knows also that the w'ne Is mail whether they be poisonous or noL
tained in an airtight compartment led into the arena. In America and not In France. The Only harmless colors or flavors shall : MN :
forward and the gasolene la conveyeJ The keeper cried b'tterly that his regulations! anoly to other product be added to confectionery. II -
NO USE to the engine by means of a quarte'inch friend would be killed and hisl,,sobs In a similar waVe No: substance may be mixed or t 1
talking you can't beat Herbine for pipe running along the bottom of so distracted the matador dnr'ng the I Scope of Regulations. packed with a food product which I
the liver. The greatest regulaterever the boat by the )keel and being take fight, that the toreador bcame ner-] In brief, .the regulations provide will 'reduce Its quality or strength.In WILL CURB YOU
offered to suffering humanity. into the boat again at a point Just vous! and instead of killing the bull as follows: food products Only harmless coi I
It you suffer from liver complaint.If forward of the engine. This, to i with a blow of h;s knife, only wounded The label on any croduct shall be 3rs "rcaybe used, and the rednct'onf CUBES L
the danger from him in the shsulder. original unbroken a substance to a powder to conceal '
you are billions and fretful, it's your great extent lessens :: attached to an LIVER TROUBLES -
liver, and Herbine will put it in its explosions caused by 1'ghting a match. The audience h'ssed the clumsy package. 'nferiority character Is prohibited.
Proper condition. A positive cure for in a cabin where there is a leak n fighter, and then demanded that'' the Samples of original packages shall Any food product which contains BEST FOR i
Constipation Billlousness, Dyspepsia, the pipe. mile the Idea is not eu bull's life be spared So great was be collected only by authorized naturally a poisonous! or deleterious
ant all ills due to a torpid liver. Try tirely new, it is, the first t'me that it the uproar that the president of the agents of the agricultural departmentor 'n ed'ent does not come within theY CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED
bottle and you will never use anything has been introduced in that style of bull-fight was obliged to declare that by state territorial or district of. ) "slon of the food and drug act t..a1
else. boat in Marblehead .waters. Aideaco should not be killed ficials author'zed by the secretary oft except when the presence of such ingredient
I ; Is t due to filth. putrescence ;
rfecomoositlon. PRICE 50 CENTS
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T> e secretary of agriculture shall FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.Announcement.
I ) 1efennna! the wbol"smugness of col

ors. nJ'9 ops,which are addel to frods.:: sUbstan.I'
I shall when Iece-sarT, *- .
T" irateriVs rM in tl rmnufachrt 1 !
; Beer of fool aM droll ]products.Respee'inr : I WVVWK f't' I '
label to be used
< the
br iraTSTifacturers, the rquirements I t tI ,
, I for wh! above; it 'is rwnlretl: tat they shall : am pleased to announce to my friends in Pen- t',
; be printed In 'Bullish the form andappearance sacola that I have associated with the Pensa-
Rid yourself of the old idea that beer ranks as an intoxicant. Scientists of of the Jab"I ie, with certain myself
l1'8t1'CtiOD'! to ,be left to the manu-t : cola Cement and, Stone Company, and will take the a
J o term beer such as Gerst beer 'a pure-f d beverage.
today temperance factwrer.. The regulations revs rding of all constructive work. We will be
Think of this, whiskey contains 511-2 per cent. of alcohol ; brandy, 51 1-2 percent the particular label! will not be enforced management .
until October 1, 1907 In cape ; : pleased to furnish'estimate on sidewalks, concrete
sherry 23 cent. ; champagne 12 cent. but Gerst beer contains ,
; per per ; t9 labels now on hand conform In I IITect :
work of and the Miracle Hollow
only 31-2'percent of alcohol, even less than is found in cider! to She :oroTf!' us of the act any character, only t
The words "packed for ." Dfstr'b- : Block. All wor entrusted to us will have my personal '
On the other hand, Sent beer is extremely heavy in vegetable? food-stuff, extracts of malt and hops. It conveys otM bv." or some equ've'snt phrase I ,
absolute satisfaction
: and
great nutrition in a form which is the least tax upon digestion, and even then, the small percentage of alcohol hall, be added< to the label In case supervision, we guarantee -
At present aids digestion GMGU. milatioft. Drink it at home; drink it at resorts. ; tte \nrw1'lrb'! aupears! on the labels :, i in every instance. Respectfully. .. ,

illiiai .THE, WM.. GERST BREWING CO. 'Nashy 11e. Tenn. not that of the. actual manufacturer ll .
., or producer,. or. the name of the : > t.
en- f place not' Ihe'.actual place of manufacture i STEPHEN J.J HARVEY ;.

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t attracts an army of buyers. The tide of buyers is still sweeping steadily to this Great Dollar Sale. To-morrow, begins ,the second week of:this- i, remark-

able offer of house and kitchen furnishings. It is. no longer "our sale, but the people's, and we ,are proud not only of the tremendous, success .we have

; met with but of the confidence the people have in our.. ;advertisement The goods and prices ,mentioned below tell their own story. Delivered,: to your

t home upon payment of One Dollar, is the story of the whole terms. Behind .all stands a Dignified, Just and Generous' Credit System. ., I

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4b4 Children; About the Honey .h l( -. trr'r

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JOE bed been a good'influence over animals; and those ( any. bee tree there, we'll have'to: try, er. He believed we ought to .,read C.F
U I many places, and had seen who referred to Bill as 'tetched' It again with the 'stlcksiurther: : out more; that maybe his stick U neet
apart.' too crooked, or-mine: was. !
and learned claimed;
a good many; the lad thought he could talk
seemed with 'Why asked L "So,.we both,went. ck to or:: crir ead
things which them. ,
'Because,* answered Bill 'some nal starting places and whittled oa
strange and wonderful to his young 'Mr.\ Bradley among other things, f i tl t P times bees have to turn out for things all the crooked aIde braaci. of sue atan
liste" ers. And oftentimes grown kept bees on his farm, and sold the SushK y. 4g ; the same as people do. As ,a rule, marking sticks and then I tcck cf
members of his circle ct relatives and honey in market. He had a standingoffer bees don't fly-&s high as the crow or stick'as faraway from Bill a* I ooeld
frienda found much to interest themin of !5t'ents to'the'claldren J the wild duck. They hare to go make him hear and'Jouad a cta&un F.:.
tb for / i around and ,d tales of Uncle Joe, the Story the discover i r .
< one to the first swarmof ? means straight ahead till .you. from there.
Teller. beES in the spring, and 10 cents have to turn out forsomething. But "That time '" ha+I better lnear one
Jitter an active life of study and for each'succeeding swarm" Bill gotmost "as the crow fifes," means straight I and, though we hal to look worse:
trt"Otl.03.: filled with adventure.Uncle of tha_mon; ahead through the'shortest space''be- pretty closely for a white after *'
y. The bee gets Its met, the located bat net
\ Joe feond tween two points. tree WM
pleasure In regaling the "One day I met Bill far from home.: eight on the desired direction and disturbed. Bill ei'a-:.3 W &%'i .C:
)out) of his acquaintance with ac- I asked'him;where he was; going.! lIe only swerves for obstacles. The crow only object was to Iccet the tree &a 1
cconts rt tl: experiences and results I replied, 'bee gnntcins-and Informed rises above obstacles and flies straight hold off taking' th*' hc-.eo 'BtU e' d'
} of U* studies. So, it Wall seldom the me I could if '. :- home. That's what makes bee-hunt Paw got ready to go t- town uah hattan
go along I wanted
I recnort for story met with refusal. II, I wanted, to. ing so hard.. 'Yo '!eigot; to sight the with some of his cwfl. e
I to, and accompanied him. *' !t>'"f C
bee's flight as started.and, watch how 'Bees ate fanny U 5:
It was Arthur who reminded him "After we had proceeded some dis- far It goes before It turns sideways. said Bill, at 178 vai: .d 'j-oogJ! It C
that b* had promised; them to tell tance Billstepped'and began to look Right there's.where you walk to and i woods to the roa2sio:: 'the Is, U ,', ,
them something about bees, and thisis around, noticing particularly some lay your sUck Just like rou starfd.: don't understand! ttrn\ bet I l C
: flowers which grew by the roadside. Q ti If it's a hill or a.big tree or anything derstand bo*. M v..::1 u Paw t
'What are you looking for Bill!' D B like that it has to go around or over, 'but I wculo jet t'n: h.ar u-"
U.'c1.: ?u's Str-- of the Bee Boy. I asked. you've cot to go?tQ clear space!! ,again (that for a 'tM::&. Jle'd Ir-rup
C '' 'Bees,* he replied. and figure cut,your angle and followit if he'hear-1, lie thinks he's ha 0y .it C
!t used to live a farmer by the
''Well here's one,' said I, point- as nearly a; possible the way you person! known: trrt bees, and the'.
naae c! Eraaley Willie Bradley was Ing to a'nettle blossom'whereon a bee. figure the bee'fig nq.1t. Then you don't know utjtttlas about anytt-r
his eldest son. but I knew! him pretty was at work;;_ Soon ,the little worker DRONE QUEEN -- keep on doing'tfiafc again and again, Bat It's f jonr, ell the same, I"BJ i
; well as a boy and always called him had exhausted the flower's sweet,' BEE. .i. BEE. faking marks_ c.g' you' go.*Uqtil you only .one l>. will allow to have z
BI1L Some folks used to say Bill WBS.uncanny whereupon it rose, hovered for an Instant think: you're far enough. Then you thins to 4o with his her T.b' on,
and flew away in a direct line. .. FO and get your-second sUck and make mr money twice over
/ and didn't want their ".That one's follow it the same ,way. If'ou can finding swarms than all the rest eo
no good. said
,e children to have anything to do with 'I know wbere it's going., ,I Bill ten all the other kind of Bowers that are little old brown-back's making him.- _' .. walk chalk you: find the. bees and get them pat tog th-. And ere\" <*: v
the boy. Others regarded him with pounds of honefrom its tree got the out now,* said he, 'and there' hasn't geranien, honey this trip: he declared **1 Eean'ln; a straight line,* he es> the honey.' thfy strtrrtf hanging from a ':? $

Indifference, while the cruel and Ignorant other day and p ent It into town with peen one fly the way r want It to and like as not while.it will There keepon plalnfrcl. 'Can you keep your face: I Here Uncle Joe 'pat sed to make a an alwsyt the oue that has *-f rand Itca
Maybe the ones I'm looking for will doing the same for a straight ?* side remark: And the ezw*: :i'
Paw's. Put yon don't ahead and follow your nose i same hold shake than town
: referred to hIm as 'tet hed: for wild hone*.as rOa do get for the as much be en geraniums..* are bound'to be more Ute! i*. andther'U I, 8s.i'.lted'hIm,I felt able to do so, good pretty, much ;wllh some. other holds tt hl,.. under them for t :
tame too. '
;11 The causes of the disfavor in which: kind, It's more ant to be "Pretty soon: a. bee alighted on' a probably be on geraniums and wantedto know what was the things In life.", : to faIT la'
dirty, because direc
he wax held were seal; -first he .the wild\ b es hare to hive- geranium, and 'though there were Besides, It flew ina, different watched back object. He pointed to ;Ills stick, and "Well." resume4athe; Story: Teller! "3y tan time we 'had rearhcJ f' ".
: wherever they can, and tame bees I other blossoms- about fI noticed this tion from those we II said: 'I'm ,going straight ahead: the after bis moment' pause, "Blft! Brt.d- road and M It was getting e St.Ii
.i was exceedingly small for his ahead a
age' have their homes. built and cleanedfor particular bee,though buzzing frpmflower there. Now you go on and lay way this stick points!,' and you go Jey and I had started after those bees! :. decided to eo oct separate:'" ESI:
and possessed face whose only inn them. to flower, touched, only. geraniums and find a geranium bee back your i straight ahead the way your stick. andtheir hive, "I: followed hit Instruction before pa..tbr. BtC took time tc sa'
dication of Intelligence was to be "Several other bees were observed .. '* stick the way It flies: and come points. Don't go too fast, and you'd aadi snouted to hips at Irtenrals. Ten too ever to the farm some &** 1
found In a pair of piercing almost and the direction 'of their flight taken .'How's tbat' I asked! here.. : better holler once In a while so's I'll He'shouted bllck./u h. sad pr 1., and Iii show you and tell r' U ro"R
M >motlonleai ,'that but none{:seemed to suit Bfll and "" Wait till It files and I'll tell : '1 obeyed Instructions, and It was know you haven't gone too far. I'll he would, and 'we drew, tjoser and tt whole lot pore about bees And hi}
eyes seldom or never we'went_on. After, considerablewalkwe you/,said BI1U Soon the- bed had.its r not long until had my stick laid and. holler to let you know the same. If closer until w* finally.met. ''3JU ay, tfcn't yw ,t..'; anybody, W-
z turned to right or left, but gazed constantly came to!i' tne.J"Ud. e.lnIum"andthere' honey-bag full and took. Its #flight.Bill I I was.back with Bill. your bee and my bee belong* to the looked around ancl'.olemnl deelar.dthere rat caring !j ny coney for a S"3"Ui : :
straight ahead. Then,. too, companionr, elected to stop. laJ> down a stick indicating.the I 'Can you walk chalk* he asked same. -queen we'll 'find their Live was 'no bee'treela sigh He gae; *a. and :ve ala.oit: i=C

Jh ea.. W.IUr; ......va ;W.'.u'" ;n th.mat:. work b njaboui -direction. ; ,;.and -fcag.turned ag--to me..?That' lUsI n't Q.ulte.uDJierstaJ111.; .P d so t014 whert. Ire: meet._ .And Jt !here.lan't. said we,had started too close toart&. enough."



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