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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 6, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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TODA 6.: JOURNAL CORRESPONDENTS..

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N NEW YORL K = F t: The- .Journ I" correspondents throughout West _Florid" :! ,re. requested + .', I !

I to ;inake a special effort to get the report-of the: vote on MAKES.SPECR'

NOVA SCGJTIA COAST The Drainage Amendment, Is I' the draInage.Correspondents mendmcnt In towns in to the between paper-tonight.Pensacola and Tallahassee,-". j| ,


3oth Parties Claim State and : Chief Issue Throughout .should file the report of the result in th ir''im.me iat!' ,precincts, as : ..

> :.: :IS STORM SWEPT t soon as the Ballots are counted and should.,later send In"what rtt t Candidate Endorsed By'the::
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Each Predicts Terrific : the State.1: turns th y. can...secure from the country precincts. 't

.. i ? 'The Journal has arranged to keep Pensacola's telegraph offices i Democratic, Executive
Landslide. Whole,Coast.Is, Scene of Wreckage and Scores open all night.for its special 1 benefit so that all election reports '
of :Lives
NECESSITY FOR NOMINATING
: : availably! should be sent In no matter how" I late they. are received, S f Committee. Gets aRousing 17F

:. 'As. ;Well, Numerous Vessels Are TWO MEN FOR LEGISLATUREHAS but try''to *; .'
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[The Congressional Elections :- ims8am F 'Re. r
(Get the in
ALSO.CREATED ADDITIONAL = Reports Early. : -
: Reported Lost -
Throughout the CountryAre I ; INTEREST IN ESCAMBIA I- 3ssnx8iPhysiciaifcConvicte'd ception.Senator ," .


In Doubt. By Associated Pren. shore. COUNTY.The --V:, ', -
Halifax.. N S.., Nov.- -
to-day ;have been. Dispatches: The storm'.was most violent in S. R. Mallory Writes
pouring in
bringing 1orthumberland.Strait.. Two TERRORIZED :
schooners SUICIDED TOESCAPE
news, ; of.vessel, .? wrecked ,or in ''dis 'and one bark general state election Jn FlorIda ,
ROOSEVELT GOES TO were swept agound .
[PRESIDENT tress, wires prostrated Letter Urging Demo- '
,and .'damage In this strait and a' .third schooner occurs to-day. The .forecast. of ;
OYSTER BAY TO VOTE AND done by gale and .sea along the wrecked near the,entra.nce. .Numer': weather conditions Is 'for: fair. ,weath. -
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coasts.'of'Nova SMtl3;:Cape Breton. cratic Unanimity. : t
qus .fishing 'boats' on, the' north side er, and there should-be vote .
WILL RETURN TO WHITE New,Brunswick and< .prince. 'Edwards of Prince !I .a. good : -s. .
Edwards Island were broken PEN Of"
DEMOCRATS -
Escamba
Island. polled throughout ..county. -
up during the'gale(last nightBoat's :
HOUSE THIS AFTERNOON-CON Four .vessels were/ drjyen" ashore; ; : : The election would have' passed off !

CITIONS IN VARIOUS STATES another--after l haying: ; yerythIngmov- "Crew _Drow L I as usual with but nw Interest, but CHAIRMAN FRANK REILLY, O.r r- }.

able wlshed.awaywas'. forced to put Richibucto, N.. ,B., Nor. 5.-The;,, for the Everglades drainage issue and ,

pSCUSSED.; back into port.and'th !steamer Tpr- boat's crew 'which 'left the wrecked the fact that it became necessary to of Poisoning Republicans of West.Virginia EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, PREJ .

ret Belle which went aground on the Norwegian bark Adeona to-day per I I nominate a newsnanfoi.the_ office of '
By Associated Presi. north side of ,Prince.! .Edwards Island ished by the":-boat, capsizing:: It is representative- legislature. This SIDES AND INTRODUCES THB

Washington Nov. 5.-The campaign last ;wek, was driven. :.. farther ,In I thought that five, men were lost. ,I r necessitated a meeting of the "..committee His Wife Blew Claim Protection. SPEAKERS AT ENTHUSIASTIC ,
is forty-two states for the'election: > which caused general inter
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:ie sixtieth congress, 1 passed into est, and the meeting last night to Brains OutRevolver.. ,With Militia in Election MEETING OF DEMOCRATS { .

;: tory to-nijht. Besides the. congressional ] ratify the nomination of. ,Hoa. R* P. .
balloting twenty-three states I Reese increased .the' interest to' enthusiasm ,Riots.By WILL SUPPORT THE TICKET. ., .

nill elect governors; :Arizona andew STNSll"U[ OFFICER :SHOTj and it' (S' ifreely predictedthat \ '
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\ ilexico will accept or reject an exceptionallrilarge! : vote win I
ratehood; Oklahoma and Indian Territories bepolled in,all of the tity- and. country Last night in front of the Escambi t
By Associated Press. Associated Press;
will adopt state constitutions precincts. .. I Baltimore. Nov 5.-In a cheap Charleston W. Va.. Nov. 5.-Governor hotel the democracy of Escambia*
and twenty states will! choose! legislatures Another' questio ..'fIhich has caused I county held a rousing ratification ,
which in turn will elect Unied IS 5tN1rNcEDChicago [ [ NEGROLYNCHED.Georgia l great Interest .in. the; election to-day n lodging house some time during the companies Dawson of the to-day National ordered Guard three to meeting where the policies and prtn.i

States senators. The., weather is the proposition drain the Everglades -j I.twenty-four hours preceeding two mobilize at Huntington to to dples of the party were ably expounded -
bureau predicts fair weather through- .. which islfavored by Governor o'clock 'to-day. (Dr. J. Baxter ready go by half a dozen of Its eloquent .. ,.
Mingo. county.where it is
the middle west and south reward, and which, 'the voters reportedthe '
'Iut east upon MatthewS; \Greensboro., N. C.. blew followers. Wyer's brass ban&
Democrats have been
kith moderate temperatures. rain or should be tJloroughl.tamtUar, as it out his brains with .a revolver. terrorizing rendered several stirring selections -
snow in. the northwest-- President Bank:Wrecker Gets Sheriff., Has Fatal has been given consIderable publicity Matthews was convicted last Marchat Republican voters and bundling'.ne- preceeding and during the meeting 4

Roosevelt who sets an example of during. the past few months. Greensboro of poisoning his wife groes on trains and running them which were.greatly enjoyed by the au

good citizenship, left the White Houseor Number' Sentences; For Fight With Black Who Placards Posted. .1 I and had been out under bail pendinga out of the county The sheriff and I I dience. All the speakers urged the

Oyster Bay to-night to. vote and To-day there will her posted at every I, decision of hIs appeal for a new deputy, it is reportedwere'- thrownin necessity of voting the straight democratic
'm return to-morrow. Fewer voters Embezzlem and Then voting precinct In the:' county pla-!i triaL which. wasd.enied" him. Relatives -, jail at Williamson and bond re- ticket at the polls to-day and
Pays J I -
:ban usual have gone from 'Washing- Penalty.By cards asking the voterS to cast 'their! and friends 'had been searching fused. United States omcers' left, what '
t explained
carefully was neces-
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on to vote owing largely to the fact ballots in favor of the drainage'II for -him !for several weeks that he here to-day to investigate. .
I I sary to do to vote properly for the ,
bat free is off. Forgery amendment. An however occurred -
transportation cut error might be taken' before the court andresentenced. democratic candidate recommendedby
Congressional predictions by. Repub- Associated Press. in this placard in that it gives [ .- I Conflicts Expected To-day.
]Vcaa the the number Huntington W. Va.. Nov. c 5.>>-Three the committee.
and Democratic committees rer; ---.L. .. .Wrightsrille. Ga. Nor .5.-In a amendment wrong j .
hompt1y.at eight o'clock Hon:
:lain the same as "finals" announced By Associated PIM.Chicago UghV reauTfinis thUdt. ths'eroor-44rw.4-ias night"wired topartibsln companies of the national guard are I
a tew days ago. Republicans claim ,. NOT' 5.- PaUI, O. Stens-: Bailiff the'city requesting them togive mobilized here- awaiting orders. : tQ'go [Frank RelUy, chairman -of the Dem
Hightowers asafsted'by John
'he next House by fifty; Democrats land.: formerlypres1ent, of the'Milwaukee publicity, to the fact thatthose jto Williamson where,.riodng"has'Al ocratic.countTeiecnttve' committee, '
T 22. New York maintains her posi- Avenue State"Bank.and; Harry .Mason and Earnest ,.Carter o" arrest who' ar ,in' favor of the drainage THE[JOUR RN WALTO- ready occurred and where serious 1 I called tile ,.meeting to order "and itat/ I '

!ion in the limelight of public' Inter- W.- Herring,"cashier" of the same William. Newsome, aa negro seven amendment should vote "yes" for that : .':conflicts /aref expected: -''tomorrow ed hat.Jhe. object of the meeting"was '.

,st and the campaign will be kept up Institution were' to-day sentenced, by miles from here last nigh Carter article In Which the word "drainage" Democratic' policemen 'and .Republican ,for ,the...purpose of ,.ratifying the primary ;.
.atil the last moment. Judge Plnckn inbt criminal court was killed and the negro wounded. occurs; and pay no attention tq the deputy sheriffs clashed and whileno nominations and ,the; nomina ; I

to' indeterminate terms tin the penitentiary To-day Hightower and Masonstarted number on the placard; blood has been shed, there' is. a lion'- of Hon. ,R. Pope Reese by 1ft
MEW YORK STATE'S embezzlement and forgery for Wrlghtsvillfr with the negro.but Journal to Bulletin 'Return Jilt LETIN! II IIOf probability of a conflict occurring. to- the Executive Committee) to be. ;

The sentences run anywhere were stopped by' a band of masked While there is considerable Interest morrow. The feeling on both sides a candidate for a member ot ;
HOT CAMPAIGN from one to"ten years.-.- Stensland's' men who took 'the'negro' and shot in the county and state election -intense. the legislature to succeed the late I

new. sentence runs concurrently. with him to death. there is much' greater interest-in the Chas. JI. Coston. He then read the .
New York Nov. 5.-Night before the old, and will :not' lengthen his elections to be held in other states following letters from Senator S. R. a

Section: predictions could not be said term.After: Steneland testified that particularly New York, where .Hearst REJURN Mallory and Frank L. Mayes: I II
i throw any helpful light on th. Hering knew of all Jiisl' transactions NOTUER'SIDE"Of and Hughes are the :gubernatorial I Senator Mai lory's Letter.

ost: extraordinary gubernatorial Hering entereda-pleaof guilty. J candidates. JURORS f .: Pensacola, Nov. 5th 1906. .
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unpaign in the history the state. In order to give the public the result f .DR.AN }Kori. Frank 'Reflly,. Chairman Democratic j .
Tie CASES ;
Republican state headquarters PEONAGE: : : f
WOULD '. of the election at the earliest t Committee of Escambia .
rafidently expect a plurality of not ) IJELP possibpi hour The Journal has arranged the General Election l : County, Fla.. Pensacola. Fla. t
than .
ss two hundred thousand fore
to bulletin the elections returns !
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Dear SlrT-I much:
; :; regret: very (
ticket, while the Independence STORM SUFFERERS IMMIGRATION COMMISSIONERSAYS at its office corner Intendencia I that illness .prevents.me from
FULL .
Which Is To Occur fOR
apne and Democratic joint
cam- anfJ DeLuna streets as fast as the ( Lag Tmyself of'your, appreciated I
Egn committee anticipates a bund OFFICIALS FAIL TO
''' telegrams are received and the public taticn to. participate iln the 8VAU.J' ,
and fifty thousand to spare In '" ; '
water GIVE FAIR HEARING. generally Is Invited to ca. and To-Day.: : to-night the. object .of which

'*ve the New Harlem York and river.fifty thousand 'OHIO'S GOVERNOR ISSUES PROC .read' .these bulletins. : ratification the Democratic _
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Saloons are 'Closed. ; that'will be before the of the f
people >
The political barometer In Wall LAMATION 'ASKING FOR RELIEF _, -required by law. all saloons of '. TERM. *.
ret varied By; Associated Press. Owing to the almost unprecented connty for election to-morrow. I regret -
during the day. butast the. city closed their doors at 6 p. m.
of the bets were made at four DONATIONS., New -York Nov. 5.-David Robinson yesterday and from that hour until Interest7 in'the'general\ election whichis it more particularly because by; }

1 one on the election of "a. Republics immigration commissioner for 6'o'clock to-morrow morning no to occur to-day The. Journal has Ii the death of the lamented Chas. M..I
the southern states has made publica Coston. who was nominated in thai
governor. In of the conn-
spite honors or intoxicating drinks ,will be arranged for a ,special bulletin service -
letter which he'said he had sent to last primary for of the legislative?
ace expressed! on both sides to- Special to The JournaL. !.<,allowed to be sold and to violate this covenng,-the results of the, election Of the Circuit Court, Which one
the' committee I
ht President Roosevelt, asking president positions your has been
,
none deny that before i
never Columbus .O. .Nov. :5. Governor law means a heavy penalty upon con-
"M to instruct the 'department ''Of which will be, bulletin} aj the obliged to fake the unusual step off
party lices be less relied on to Harris Issued ,a proclamation todayto viction.. The saloons of Pensacola ;< 4 ,is Convene Here
'Ever the regular vote. the people' of' Ohio for donations I justice to seek in this city 'evidence I II I closed promptly upon the minute. and office to-night as fast as received.. recommending the name of another'}

Charles E. Hughes Republican has for the relief .of the Gulf cities of!I I in connection with the charges' of j j'I r those who were not cognizant of the This service "will begin as soon as December 3. candidate for the position for which! '
Reived! the endorsement of many old Alabama which' suffered BO' disastrously -'''I peonage recently made against south i'fact that election laws prohibited the the returns are received at the various Mr. Coston was nominated by the

.f Democrats, who objected to the in 'the hurricane last month. ern companies.' sale: of intoxicants on election day headquarters, and will continueas Democratic voters of the county 'an!:' '

Jtton of the Buffalo! convention. On I In his 'communication Mr. Robinson will go without their drinks until to- long as there is anything. of Interest I am afraid that some stress may b .e other hand. W. R. Hearst has in- said that he can prove false testimony morrow. to the public. The names of thirty persons were laid on the fact that in such a matter! t I

JH the up-state stronzholds andat /ALABAMA CASHIERSHORT given before a grand jury at Tbe results will be bulletined. conspicuously drawn from the jury box yesterday, your committee has no more author. I
te will draw from the Republi. I Atlanta 'concerning German em and 'the public ,in generalis to' serve as grand and petit Jurors at ity than any similar body of gentlemen "

JJ Tote in certain sections is gener- f ployes who wer engaged in.this. city BANK ROBBED invited to hear the returns. the fall term of the circuit court and that their recommendation j

v conceded. '$22,115.00 I for work In the" touth. which convenes in this city on October has no binding effect on any Demo .

Elaborate,police arrangements were I He recites difficulties encounteredIn OF OVER $7,000 3. From the list eighteen grand cratic voter. I do not think that '

"Meted to-day to insure a fair elec- ,r securing competent help among I AN ADVISORY jurors will be selected by the court. such a plea can have much weight
n 11 tt all hazards. The final word "\ 'the immigrants landing here and The names drawn yesterday'were' as with impartial and' patriotic men who

1Iabt! of eaC'h-*tandardbearer'rU H. C. DUBOSE- OF' .%IONROEVILLE says .that, agents of southern firms follows: are seeking only to do that which Is
.e Promise\! to lila mpporters of "aW : -..... ,, a.. constantly imposed upon by men ROBBERS COVERED CASHIER StOIiNWIRMNG W M. Keating T. J. Butler C. W" best for community and the state ; ;.

'eat victory. BAN rTJS. .CHECKED) UP-BY who neither care to work nor add to Broodlove J. W. Coons W. R, Lucas but I am aware that prejudice and
LEFT HIM
WITH
GUNS AND
I t4'' the community to which they are Dan Bergin M. A. Dubuisson Britt I factional spirit often blind us to th
lit lllInAl, EXAMINER; sent;. frivolous Wm. E. Dunaway, J. E. Ed- 1 _
but who/, making Nichols
3. upon
ChIra0. : : '. ". "* "'{ -: !i 1 BOUND HAND AND RECEIVED. YESTERDAY:. REGARDING true course to be pursued in cases of I _
thf
Nov.--Aftbcugh es- charges are given a hearing by officials dins R. Eddins W. A. Nicholson. such the 'now '
as one j-
matf'S flf the party managers differ ', both Fillinginv. P. Proctor. Edward emergency presented
I who fail to investigate' FOOT. DISTURBANCE MOVING Henry
J5.casbler to vs, and I feel that I ought
1deb,
at the there seems to be no doubt Montgomery, AhC.: :} ; sides of the case. The, result. he Gagnet, J. R. Wiggins. Leoni-- hot to be silent," perchance any
'e Republican party will carrystate H. C. Dubose, of.ibe Monroe: } County says is injurious to the cause of labor ,OVER YUCATAN das Mimmes Frank Girard WUliam'I
in tomorrow's election by Bank at Monroeville jot* been checked in the south.SCHOOLS. By Associated Press. Moates. P. M. Pritchett, a W.,Wal- counsel from me may have any effect ,

'substantial'ure! majority. The legisla- short $22.115; undthe//same reported LaSalle HU Nov. 5.-The Farmers CHANNEL I I thor H. A. Suggs. Chas. E. Grant .in counteracting such influences. ;
will be : For thisreason, I have thought
Republican! which will Younge Thomas. J. W. Kohler,
rw't ,to State Bank 'Examiner,pledge. and Miners Bank of Ladd. a mining George
a snccwFor to Senator Cullom. 4 ANDSTORES robbed of Gipson. C. D. Etheridge I. E. proper to address you tbi I. communl- |
be ,,The bank Is perfectly, safe, ,5 the surplus town was held up and seven I Staples ,
Repuhl'ans! concede the Demorats thousand dollars this afternoon by An advisory storm warning message R. J. Williams and C. A.. Brown. cation. -
will and stock'lnade depositors No Democrat can deny that It is
alu'Y' re-elect Coneressman whole. D.: D. Mims has been appointed ClOS two men. The cashier was alone at from .the central.omce'at Wash- I
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;II and admit that the fight will cashier. : the time and the men covered him ington, was received yesterday by the the interest of the county and the
dose in the tw ntv-first district him bound state that Escambla's delegation lathe
leaving disturbance
"io with revolvers, local weather bureau regarding a -
:The directors ; Dubose bas JUDGE CHAS. B..
fVrJ! JpmO'rats claim they will carry say:fMr hand and footSERIOUS which was at that time moving next legislature should be Democratic
districts. taken the sum of $22tll.7t of which IT IS HOPED THAT ALL,WILL ,DO northward over'the ;Yucatan channeL and in a position to work unitedIt -

$4,242.47 was suplus and .profits and .:MUTINY wasas_ follows: PARKHILL HERE for the county and the state.or' .
Both Claim $17,873.30 of the SO FOR HORSE SHOW The.message
How
Missouri.
hi .capitalstock. "Disturbance 'apparently moving !'\ will It be denied that, unless the

?!I Ofl5"uis. Nov. 5.-Reports from ever. $30,600 "has been*,"secured' againstthe NEXT FRIDAY. WAS AVERTEDBy northward over:or near the Yucatan .,' Democratic voters ef the county unite Ion

Points in Missouri Indicate shortage.: channel.!* : dome one candidate for the, pofi
US11al .
: activity to secure a full vote -- Associated Press. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE I IN: ton for which Mr. Coston was nominated 4
aorrow. England Nov. 5.-A
Ian! size There that has is scarcely a town MOBILEALSOGIVES. It Is to be hoped, that the schools mutinous Portsmouth outbreak by five or six hun- ONE MORE RIOTER CITY.,TO CAST HIS BALLOTTODAY. one of the two socialist candidates
visited
not been / V
jy whose names are on the ticket,
stores will all close next necessitatedan '
tTOTh1fl0t UP-HOPE and Friday dred sailors last night
nartir, political speakers of '. tfternoon for the horse show which immediate mobilization of the entire .FOUND: GUILTYSpecial } ... will be chosen to-morrow to repre-

It t III quite( By Attoclatwl Pr.... Is to be held at Kupfrian's Park. Thisis force in the naval barracks here sent Escambia in the next Legisla j _
,i Probable'! that Missouri Mobile Ala.. .NQV.'6.- 1&is believed to The Je nnaLAtlanta. I
Poll to be the beginning of a big annual prevent the development of a serious ture.This
ran claim, .a heavy of vote.'! The Repub- here that fh: big thrM-masted! event for Pensacola and it needsall mutiny. Nov;5.-tH., Carr.a white -Judge Chas. B, Parkhill, justice of being so. it would seen that ,

"I l lar'f'I! carryIng!: St. Louis is schooner Asa T., Stowell\ '!rat; lost in the incouragement possible this man. wasto-day'fouad puty'of'rioting the supreme court of Florida, is' In such action as will lead to the unification .
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sts feel eontwted. but the Demo- the .terrible September: hurricane .A l. Body To Arrive This Morning.The In the city court. .Sentence was the from of the Democratic voters of the ?
year. city Tallahassee
"qUany sure of the state. vices say that the :veel: has not remains of the wife of Allen 'reserved.. Cam was indicted with and 'Is being county on some one man who Is caps>> < i 'j
cordially numerous
i greeted "by'his
Thinks; They-Will "reached Havana and that site has not I PROMINENT SAVANNAH Whorley,.colored, who died at Lloyd's several others in-connection. with the friends in Pensacola. '- ble and who Is a Democrat, thereby ,.
to nillt1ne. \ov. Steal It. 'reported. The' 8totreUJ aaiied from i PHYSICIAN SUICIDES. will reach Pensacola this morning at .September Cts.'Yelterday'a. The securing his election tomorrow la 1!'
judge.
( to"Pensacola
5Attorne came
(1 :v. B"ays.; who Is caifaldate.en- Pensacola for.Cuba'.fov': day before 10:30 o'clock and Rev. G. P, Williams Football. the late train on the part of wisdom and prudence. <.
a Saturday night for the
1.t'o el'J1or aDt> the hurricane. It1-iUev J $, she win Savannah Ga.,Nov. 5Dr. Edgar requests that members of.East. Your commutes may be without authority -
< "rslnr!! an* ared In police court the path 6f>the;; a h ntl} asked Judge McCan with ail'onboird.).. ternoon the in a body to escort the and Led to.daydefeated-the University general election of to-day and to '
fonrt all down Hfr owners at Savannah. Yacht Club the.depot but as the fcembera of that com- *i
day tomorrow. Mr. In Providence; Rarereported: as ,by shooting himself. Ill health was remains to the home on North Davis of Maryland'fia football by a spend a short time with- his many I 1:1:

(Cntjnued en Fourth Page.) giving the vessel 'u j''aa-l06t.t- the probable cause street. f score ot ,18 to. 0. friends and admirers. (Continued on pas three.) .I _

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:J The Cleanest CORPORATIONS .



Chew Made! .i ir



pI MUST AlSO PAY .Of? -



I r If you could see howSCHNAPPS

i is made Governor Broward Says >!' TX.SfVys .
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I and sniff the delightfully They Must Put Up fef*

appetizing aroma of

t I i the thoroughly Their_Share of Tax.


cured,well ma-

I tobacco of which it is THAT HE SAYS, IS WHY THEY!
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t made, you would dis- cover the featured ARE FJGHrIN.t .,.THE DRAINAGE:,, ;- IIk

sons for the big difference between SCHNAPPS AMENDMENT' SO t HA'RDTHEMATTER L _' -

k and its imitators. DISCUSSED. cts ;

: SCHNAPPS is clean! The Reynolds factories ...,

I \ are as clean-as the cleanest kitchen the tobacco (Crowded out of The Journal's I % a&TdM 44 /Vets f p1eisartly;

manufacture is scarcely touched by human r Sunday :
in morning' Issue.) '

hands-with special machinery to cleanse the leaf DeFuniak-Springs, NovTs.=During' : I fLCl5 Beneficiallyirxily -

the time that Governor Broward. was gf I,
and produce clean chewing tobacco here he waS suffering from a severe V 'S- fds as; a. Laxative

When such scrupulous care is, taken with the choicest cold which .compelled him. imme-

selections of tobacco from America's finest*chewing tobacco Chas.diately Dougherty after his to debate take to with his room lIon. :(J ? ri2t / Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the

districts, can uwonderthatSCHNAPPS'lS0 at the Brown house. He was lying >J .\\'/ '// Al Ni.,5 I well-informed and to the healthy, because its

satisfying, so pure, so appetizing and wholesome-so on.the bed rolled.up in a heavy quilt ,1 / ./ :$ $\ I component parts are simple and wholesome I

from chews mat pretend to be as good? when The Journal representative entered / ::< .c and because it acts without disturbing the
different :
and, although so hoarse that he
it is free from
.i Jf,4- natural functions, as wholly

Expert tests prove that this superior tobacco requires could extended hardly his speak usual above cordial a welcome whisper / _, -'. iei..*;;; rr5 ; vir every, objectionable quality or substance In I
than other
and takes smaller amount of sweetening any and signified his willingness to be Interviewed Mf' r4Yi\J the process of manufacturing figs are used, as

kind-and has a wholesome, stimulating and satisfying upon the question whichhe 7t( V \ they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal

effect on chewers. Is so profoundly interested the I j virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from

I ; Be sure the letters on the tag and under the tag spell drainage There are of the some Florida things Everglades.in connec- I 4i4 :5r.v ) '' an excellent combination of plants known to

ii Sch.naPPS. The Reynolds Company is under the tion with this important question that 1 / : be medicinally laxative and to.act most beneficially.

direction of"the same men who have managed it since are not exactly clear in the minds of ;uswWc45 ( 'A To get its beneficial effects-buy
the voters of Escambia and other the genuine-manufactured by tb.e
1: 1875, and who have made the chewing tobacco business West Florida counties and it was for

the of these
purpose clearing up
.h. a life-study. things that the interview was re c k ( kI UtI
There are plenty of plugs that look like Schnapps,without quested. The Journal representativewent

c I the same satisfying chewing'( qualities. straight to the point and the following c
: interview'resulted: >YRWAewftrfciY. WI
; '- R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
'Governor, you stated this after utas
.- WfestM-SataB, N. C. noon that the work bf draining he all

everglades was already authorized and I. 31ola.
r that the work was.being pushed forward .

-- as rapidly" is possible and the For sali> fey aB leading Druggists.1 erigJaal packages oaly,Jwnig toe LaS
gistof the whole" fryttis t&8 Coznpuy
question at the present *
readiness to entertainone
signified :its -
or more of the visitors, and thereis time was whether the voters of : -

EPISCOPAl assurance that every one will be MINOR HEIRS. Of Florida wanted to pay for the entire -.-
work --'"
or whether" they wanted the corporations
pleasantly lodged and looked after l.fKit
while in the city. that control several million That petition by no means representstrue I M ((8' DRINK 'BOTTLEDv
of public opinion but dictatedby W
was
'In addition to this general hospitality acres the land in question to pay
their share also.: Will you please explain .- the Taliaferro crowd, who practically -
the chamber of commerce F
CONfERENCEC made provision yesterday for a recep-- JoS.B.lOCKEYSUING this proposition?" own the Osceola office hold.

tion of the delegates at the "state Why the Corporations Kicked. ers.
"It is claimed that
the
navigation of ; m
house on Wednesday from 6 to 8 "That Is absolutely correct," replied -
Klssimmee river-will be impossible If
o'clock. Mr. Broward. "There was never
: the lever
of
Lake Okechobee- lowered 91
The committee is receiving news any question,about drainage until the'
S. C. Is Ready for daily of the coming of many who corporations were,called upon to pay I five' to six feet as" contemplatedin I Q
your plan. What is there in this
were hesitating on account of other their Just proportion of the expense :
Entertainment of Great engagements cr) the expense: of the and then there was,a great hullabaloo claim? 'ii

trip. But, since the railways have so and an attempt has been made to "The' Klssimmee Is" a narrow river g IN Before drinking see that you atCtr
and two hundred miles above the
granted rate of fare ,
? Gathering. generously a one fool the voters of, the state. The authority -
plus 25 cents"for the round trip the The L. lake Is about six feet In depth. The '\ '
& N. For $10,000 For to drain the everglades has ? 'get the GENUINE. A word
.coming of most of the hesitating is already been provided for. The law fall is Blight and the level of 'water o fl
at thepoint where the kick cornea
; : Special to The assured. Personal Injuries Sustained \, explicitly states that the lands shallbe I. to the wise is sufficient
JournaL The large number of bishops and : from (and, by the war it is a purely
r Columbia S. C., N'ov. 5.-Columbia paid for by-the sale of the lands 0' Q
I Js ready for the ,-It other men of the greatest prominence that are reclaimed. The- thatis political kick dictated by the corporate .
reception and enter? in the Episcopal church will By Father.A money Interests) would not be 'affected
i
. tamment of i now being used in the work is cash
the great Episcopal Missionary make this conference distinctive more than -three: or" four 'Inches. -
. i Conference which meets i serve and to memorable. As there are received from*the.;.sale.of ,the..swamp Nearer the lake it '1r ld. -of course Hygeia, ,Bottling: Works Hot ion;
and
Vere November 6, 7 8. overflowed' Im1 1s'of the state and
It and Although jto be such a number of bishops pres- big damage claim was filed, in be much greater but not 'sufficient to tyyM.
: I it
is
If Is now certain that it will be the jent, the committee has managed for the United States court yesterday to law.being The applied laW' strictly according endanger navigation. Even 'if the 124 e. Chase Str tit. Phone 587. .
.L largest also
gathering of the kind provides for
a
ever la special Bishop's Session which when Maxwell & Reeves and Price & lowering of the river was great -- -
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r held in the south, the is tax of not to exceed ten cents ---- -lant
city per
prepared 'will give a brief survey of his diocese Watson representing the minor heirsof enough to impair navigation near the
t JL- to entertain all acre in any one to be assessed erday
the rear
( delegates and its needs and opportunities.The J. B. Lockey, brought suit againstthe mouth It could be 'very 'easily remedied -
I and visitors, and everything that" which Louisville & Nashville Railroad against the property that will be The
of Bishop Capers either
health
by slightly narrowing the
P could ensure the success of the meet benefitted, and it J is,this tax that has We > offering some dressed U.
? 0.
has not been good Is now restored Company, a corporation in the sum banks or by putting In a lock and are damaged
ing and tl\e\ comfort and pleasure of 'and be will be able to attend all the of 510,000. The suit is based'upon caused such a,rumpus. Instead of assessing dam. The question is not a seriousone SO o
the delegates has been done. The make ad- personal injuries received by the the lands at ten cents psr J
an ce.
sessions, preside, and but it is magnified to the limit lumber
General Committee and the other dress. father of the minor heirs,and was first acre as could have been done under by those who do not want to at a .bargain. ateson
1. committees In charge of different |I brought in the circuit court of Jackson the law, the land has been assessed see the at
everglades drained.
T$ ? branches of the programme and work SEEDS! SEEDS!, I county but transferred to the five cents per acre, or just half, and
Can Do It in We
; 1L are now awaiting the arrival of the United States court yesterday. the state has already paid the five Five Years. ,can fill all orders now .for new Theect
"How long will It take, under o'ronj
tf visitors. I PEA SEEDS AND OTHER I present
SWEET
Another Libel Suit. cents per acre upon the land which it .
L 4 It -is estimated that there will be:I FLOWER SEEDS AT W. A. D'Al..EMBERTE'S -I Another libel suit was filed Saturday owns. It is now*up to the voters of plans" to complete the work of stock shipment
Ii; i between 350 and 500 bishops, clergy, DRUG STORt. 5t I night in the United States court the state to say whether or not the drainage? arriving daily.H. here
j I and lay delegates. But these do not when Avery &: Avery, representing F. I other fellows shall pay their share.or "I can do the whole business in five 1 : fcnslvebxes
? by any means complete the list. It '0. Howe & Co.. brought an action whether the state at large shall bear years at the outside and turn the
l is- more than probable that each DAMON LODGE'S 'against the British steamer Domirafor the whole expense. .It is a very simple everglade" swamps Into an earthly G. DeSILVA, & COMPANY ill bt
t : paradise. ays r
, chnrch of the department, which includes alleged breach of charter party. !propoSlUon aIter all,
I South Carolina. Georgia, Flor ANNIVERSARY The plaintiffs claim $2,000 damages. the efforts of the corporate notwithstanding interesfs "Wouldn't it take considerable!I pI. The
19th
- ida. Alabama, Mississippi. Louisiana The steamer gave bond Immediately. I to 'muddy the water.:" time for the everglades to dry out ''eplies
; Cuba, and Puerto Rico, will send more enough to make them habitable?" 15db
members of the laity just as visitorsor I j A Matter Easily Explained."Mr. "The everglades would' be ready for ...++++.......++.....+.......+.;.....,................ 4 bey
FOR PINS AND. THREAD. .
as general delegates, than it will Dougherty alleged that the the settler by the time the work of Cotta
.; I send full delegates. It is likely, JUDGE CHAS. B. PARKHILL WILL people in the district to be drained drainage was completed. The mlan | Cures Deafness : Co.,
A Cushion and Spool CAM to V.e
therefore that the number of vIsitingEpiscopaiians PRESENT AND MAKE were opposed to the scheme and as canals would lower the level of the I. ,-
r from this and other BE When Traveling.For you will remember, read a petition lake sufficiently to dry out the country 4:

-. : 4 states and our 'non-contiguous terri ADDRESS. I the convenience of the traveler a signed by the office holders of Osceo-- back from the shores of the lakeso A sr

r: tory" will be something more than cushion such as Is here portrayed la la county protecting against iL"I I that settlers could move in even Startle Southern City. ]: .. me

t ; one thousand. Xo. 13 K. of P.. will one of the new Ideas. It is simple, "That's very easily explained," replied before the lateral canals were com zve snd
.One of the problems that the committee Damon Lodge tonight : decorative and not alone serves' as a the governor. "The fact of the pleted." tcbnsl
- : had to solve was the finding of- celebrate Its 19th anniversary West Inten--.i pincushIon. but as a spool case the matter is that every signer to that "Governor what is y.ourldea.ot: the : achievements Although of many L. remarkable now and all trace of rheumatism : ;
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halls large enough to -hold with at Castle Hall on petition was elected by corporation sentiment the Cooper and has entirely disappeared. I nave 4
i comfort j number of spools being determined by upon question through. 1 his medicine have. been I soally
! dencia street. and when the printed accepted position again an.-
the enormous gatherings at the money corporationspull out the state? my :
who has the size of the cushion. A fine grade from time to too
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various: sessions. But this has been Judge Chas. B. Parkhill the string they have to jump. "We Are Going to Win." I time. none are more I am now working every day j, nrna
that lodg&sflrstchnncellOr of white linen canvas is chosen for the startlingly! wonderful than
being his ,
t of
fcatisfactorily solved. There will be the distinction _"We .are going to win hands down. I consider my case remarkable. 4) .e klj
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cures of ,
deafness.
will
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meetings, in Trinity and Good Shep- commander preside -- There has never been a question His phenomenal I have tried many remedies w! -1 J: sera:
lerd churches in Craven Hall, and; and the various committees arc affair 'i. A DELIGTFUL JOURNEY. in my mind that the voters of the I I New success Orleans seems to have taken out any relief and could hardly] believe J ere
the br'storm.
make .
In the house. exerting themselves to Every that medicine could "
opera state would force the any :
The people of Columbia have, as a grand success. There will bej,! Taken By Any One at Small Expense.A tions 4o put up their just corpora. newspaper In the city Is devoting feet such a cure in so shon i Near

Is customary with them, responded]j a mokc-r' : with refreshments and lots i 'of the of drainage proportion columns to. the reports ,of his time unless if I bad not <; ", ompe]
expense
bright lady was telling a work. : IBM
visiting young From
and the
ifully and to the call of"of speeches. All local small,boy to the through it "
: generously and that it about all thereIs myself. .
bej I friend recently of her trip along the bewhiskered ppenpnda
to
the committee to help entertain the Pythians are cordially invited most delightful road she ever travel to it The drainage of the ever .: grandpa and from Miss D. Barkenger. 1026r-
millionaire
delegates. Almost every family has present j I ed. the food route. She said: glades is going on as fast as we can has some tq. ,pauper, every one zinc St. another caller. relan j 'hap)

-.- "For a number of years I have beena build dredges to do the work and alII:i that'Is extradorinry more'remaij.bl story; to relate peculiatifetperience: which tbor.nof I'trec
------r sufferer from indigestion with its the other fellows are kicking about the. rest. His 'than *as remarkable as that of p ala

attendant ailments but my case was the assessment of their.lands to 1St':: American Drug headquarters Store Is at the Oania, Is worthy of note ?: : 41 en:
not sufficiently serious to cause'alarm pay the cost The lands when with callers rbeselged, said: -T have been troubled orl'"> f nsaea cl
and
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until two years ago. drained will be worth hundreds of ,are busy all a dozen clerks head: noises; -buzzing1 in th -- It w:
i day
"In the early part of this summer dollars per acre where to-day they : medicines.: longS< selling his for, some time and have been 'ia : T y.:

my stomach was in such a state I are practically worthless and, after '. One 'can able to find anything that w, -J theJThB

t. could take very little food owing to having grabbed the lands, the corporations ". 5.,..,. ..r..*_J.I spend__ *..- ,an- interesting. help me I was hard of herts i : 1!
(8X91 the intense suffering it caused consequently tvui >r are unwilling to pay their ,: and g :*and to' was a !source t
listening
I was losing flesh rapidly share of the expense of improving of his the stories noyance and embarrassment '' :
and growine weaker every day. I patients. One man Mr. E.: twkr
:
them and thus benefitting the whole Cooper's New Discovery and Q- P
had read about Grape-Nuts In the I Gania. by name,; who his
papers state of Florida. But we are going to gave 'ad- Relief medicines have wrought: TorPC.
and magazines, and two months win. and don't you forget It." New dress 6S 1448 N. Rqpertson St., wonderful 'change In my condltlcs : sThe!
ago persuaded myself to try a pack- I Orleans.telling }iis experience in one week. The buzring. 1'1:-' .
rEfccsmos: AM SPOOL CASE.! age. I read the little booklet It contained .In Time of Peace. : was overheard to say' "that for Ing noises In my head have ,';J 1*
BaJdifowder and resolved to follow' Instructions six years he
foundation brier stitching In a delicate as closely as possible. In the first months of the Russia-I: without the' aid was of an unable to hear tirely ceased and I can h '::1 Jeverything

shade of pink blue, lavender or yel "The result may }be understood Japan war we had a striking example and yet' he. wu ear trumpet distinctly. I am owrt I. theClou
Absolutely Pure low Imparting the decorative touch when I met a friend whom I had not of the necessity for preparation and f:t no difficulty in apparently having than grateful for my cure, {::% (
f
the understanding kY
early advantage of those who am only sorry that I did not .
seen for three months. Her first Inquiry so word Pet
and color note. Two circular pieces of every spoken to ,
have to speak, have shingled tbeir roofs him in an of these wonderful medicines ':=}
been
was: 'Where you
A wholesome cream of tartar canvas about six Inches in' diameter are all summer?* I said for the past In dry weather: The Tirtue. of'prep- ::. When ordinary asked conversational about tone.; aso." i ntw.H. .
bound separately with narrow satin two months I've been traveling along ration has made history and given to the the result of L. T. CoopwIs the man *-> B
ribbon in the desired shade and beaded the road to 'Wellvllle.' 'us our greatest men. The individual I I treatment.la case, he said: ] created a sensation in the t -, J P.lT .
}
I Iy '
f baking powder. Makes the finest, by feather stitching In silk-.to match. ...What are you doing she asked. 'as well as the nation should be prepared :t that.I hearing bad.to had give'up become so poor with his medicines and who. ID *' erT.
The two pieces are caught together at "I've been feasting on GrapeNutsand for any emergency. Are you I For the. my position. Louis a short time ago, aft-' *
Postum Coffee: I re i prepared to 'combat pUt six year 'I have not fecting a number of starr ,::* :
! the edge at intervals Just wide enoughto drinking successfully the been
lightest best flavored biscuit hot- i first cold take? able to hear without the aid made personal tour of f":='O
let an ordinary spool of thread slip! plied. you A cold can be of a tnuppetan4 cures a J
in held in -'Oh.' she said. 'you are lookingso cured much more quickly when treated j! of late even then slums seeking the worthy nr.or J
the
spoola being- place bynarrow only when
and well I did not know you at firstsight' as soon as It has been contracted ipofcen to in a very among whom he distribute .
breads cake
; pastry. ribbon run through each, one loud voice, J also

and before it has become settled in I suffered from small fortune In money and';" J The
j. and caught in a.,smart bow at either "Whereupon I told her all about It the system. Chamberlain's Cough Rheumatism .which' hid 'partially era} car loads of eatables. I

Alum and alum-phosphate side. The cushion Is placed lathe canter -advising her to pursue the .'same Remedy is famous for Its cures of crippled me. I began using Coop'ef' His preparations. Coopers 4
$ of the two circles of canvas and securely course and continue It indefinitely, as colds and it should be kept at hand II I New., Discovery and also his Discovery and Cooper's Qut *: J

;; wI powders are injurious. Do not t'- I II fastened by stitches of silk corresponding I shall do."I ready for instant use. For sale by : Quick &'medicine .about ten Hff, as they are called han #
: to the ribbon binding. Being am now' using Grape-Nuts In all druggists.Meeting'at. days ago''ffnci noticed V.ilght 1m.provement. phenomenal sale In P-c-; t day
use them. Examine the label. I[ form three times daily, and 4 the few''
I fiat the cushion take. up.little room some jflrst aya. Tlie since tletr Introduction hm ca
'\ : > '- .. in bag or trunk, and if washing ribbon Postum Coffee twice a day. and I Woman's Home. : rheumatic, pain gradually.left me I at. Hooton's Pharmacy It i!> I liOQyou
shall Improve every opportunity by There :will\ be a.. meeting at the and insidQ of a/week I wax able to : that some of our most pros;:: '= *
I : ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW Y R" I and silk are used the canvas foundationmay advising others to do likewise" Woman's Home this afternoon. All I: walk almost$ well 'as ever My citizens have used them *' .''hitb" *
be easily JannderedBrookIynEaJ1A II Postum Co.. Battle tbose interested hearIng
. S J'l v Name given bv are requested to be 41presenL _has'beeaentirely restored great success. j
"There's a reason. .
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,. CIGARS by ance Rev.was Mr.very Lawrence.,good. The attend,J I!!:* --s. 1. -:r\svrvs\nM :: 11
DEMDUAT 0 R -
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I ) Baby Ruth Roetger has entirely jj::;

r.Y. ;; ., recovered from her recent illness I It: t
\, ..,. :;.: ,, Mr. Bernie Jones is I j
,-' "', .. spending the I3ntirtlySatisfactory '
I CIGARETTES day at his ,home. : :

lITIfl R TIE f The'popular. 'druggIst, Mr.. George -i ;

:: E. Crannell, is'having hIs residence: J
:: and.TOBACCOS fitted out with electric lights j i
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.. We are sorry to note that Mr. Sheehan .- -
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.. : Mrs. Hauss enjoying her elegantnew
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'" surrey on th.ese'glorious autumn
--t. ".,. _. days. is the verdict pronounced by .

: Miss Jean Patterson Is spending all who' have been- purchasing -
: ,An the leading brands of Cigars, Cigar- Saturday and Sunday with her par.
: ts (Continued from First Page.) t ettes. Pipes and Tobaccos which are always ents at :Mnscogee. i'J at' '- ,
"ju t right:' as our cage is kept Miss .
:{ mittee are representative Democrats Just moist enough to keep them in per- to Pensacola Josephine JeHison, who went '5E- .:; 212 South Palafox St.
from every precinct! in the county, feet condition. yet not too damp to destroy for a special examina :

:< f ; :they are presumed to hare the best We the have pleasure fine Brier of the Pipes smoker.from 2Sc: to the tion teachers last -week of, is school now No.enrolled, 79. with a You don't need to be told ,
; Inte-csts of the This
community at heart, $i.OO. Meerschaum Pipes. 13 00 to JU.00.
r and like every other voter In' the' Pipes make very desirable presents.ilooton's completes the corps of teachers. The 11 who does the business there.. .

: i : ;, county, they ,have the right individually school is getting on very nIcely. have but what he does it with
:.. and collectively: express pub- I ing an enrollment of cne hundred and 3.j

\\i' I;licly their.opinion as to the one whom twenty-seven, with an average of 'almost This tells you- '
ninety-eight
for October.
will be best f iUs' Pharmacy ;
\ rt to unite on, in
iI the Mr Jettison i is now in Mobile, SOLE AGENT FOR
present In'tMs there
emergency. The Bible Study Circle met Tuesday Garscm Meyer" Suits from $12.50 to $27.50 '
..
!I.J.dictation, ,
you. simply suggest afternoon "Knox" Hats soft and stiff $3 and $3
of
'. ,. ; that Mr. Reese 'i& a. proper man forDemocrats The Birthplace tendance. with a promising 'at- ,.. "Eagle" Shirts," fancy and white, $1 -to, .;
$2.50. ,
Prompt Delivery.PHONE
tr vote for under existing' 'Mr. and :Mrs., Wade are receiving .. IlnTa-Fllr'ca-a" "King Quality" Shoes, all styles, $3 to
conditions, and 'you'propose to'submit the II #:.k' $6.50.
_. congratulations of their friendson
"Dr. Jaeger's" Underwear from $3.25 to
that suggestion .t the Judgementof I
1100. the arrival eta son. $9.
.a mass meeting of the Democratic ,
Dr. 'and Mrs. Weaver are now at I
voters of the county. lookout Mountain en route to their I -j\\ Also a full line of Stetson

Sacks are the, favorite. I have' no hesitation'is saying thatin home at this place. They will reach and No-Name Hats, all.latest
my judgement the course you have GULF CITY COFFEE CO. here this week *
from the summer model'the back i-i[" .'
; pursued is wise and patriotic and styles.
H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. I Mr. Edward A. Hauss js 'in Louisville -
to the figure, center or double you would have,fallen--short of your for a few days. I f f Florsheim & Snow Shoes
duty to your constituents, had 'you Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of I }Ir. J. L. Hurrey Js spending'few a ,, i
deep, altho' the more dressy suit has ,1' J. and last but least the
not
failed to take the initiative as ,you days in Monroe county, Alabama. .. ,

present outside seams have, done.Trusting. Fine CoffeesOUR : Mrs. Ramey spent Thursday in Mobile i t ... swellest line of Children's,

that jour action and the COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL .
ed. Don't "
and pron6un feel and Youths'
sure entire ticket will meet with a hearty GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL Mr.\ 'M. H. Sullivan, Pensacola, :: l"f' ; .;; Boys' Cothing a

right suit until you examine our endorsement, I am very respectfully vice-president of the Alger.Sullivan F' I \I iq ever shown in Pensacola at

stock of $13 to $35 suits. A Tailor on the premises. Your obedient servant, Lumber Company, spent Friday here. I \\' "i: that
prices
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are satisfactory
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S. R. MALLORY. Just Received. Mrs. C.E.. Miller has returned 1 .' r.

From Mr. Mayes. reported Macaroni, Sweet Oil, Cheeses, I home. Jlr. ': f d' ,l" to all. ;

Standard Clothing "Co.ANEW ,Pensacola Iflonda, :Nov. 5, 1906. Dill Fish.Pickles Pigs ,Feet Sauer, Spanish Kraut. Mackerel Onions. Pilot Cod shee.Mr. Glover spent Thursday' in Fo- :s.; El f&Jfm' 1trial and } ou'11 come f

Hon. Frank Reilly, Chairman, Democratic Bread French Navy BreAd. Everything I :
Ic- Executive Committee, Pens- fresh and new. Mrs. Gamble has,,returned from a .' p'ragam.. j
cola, Fla. *i .. Witch Hazel. $1.00 per gallon. long visit to her old. home at Greenville L- ::
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FOR MENDING MyDear Sir:-Replying to ''i Marine Grocery Company. Ala. .

TORN DISCOVERY GARMENTS-"MAGIC : : vitation to be;present to-night your and.r?: V. J. VIDAL Manager. }Miss E. E. Robinson. passed through
a few days ago en route for Birm JOS. COLEMAN I :
MENDER." i'!'U.:5. BRAND JURY dress 'the Democrats of Escambia Ingham. She will visit Mrs. Orr for I
\Vi"l! mend any torn garment with- county in ratification of' the Democratic discussed at length the duties of a 'some 'Weeks. I i ,

0111'ing so that you can't tell it : primary ticket and ;x>f the endorsement legislator and stated that if a man The death of >fr Charles Coston -.
with :by tlli executive commit did his full duty by his ,
mailed constituencythat
,fi n!i
V[ 11 Feingold, P. O Box, 353. Pensa- TO CU'NYENETQMORRO of the legislature from this coun that good roads was 'the crying need his health was faIling. He wag a I '
o'a Fla. ty. I ,regret that Itwill be impossible of Escambia county and the whole I most promising young: man and his ; '

for me to:'get 'awa'y at"that hour. state and promised to look thoroughlyinto loss will be felt deeply. His friends I
I 212 S. Palafox Street.
SOMETHING NEW .Jt gives me pleasure, however, to endorse the matter before taking 'up his extend their sympathy to his''I'Ihere !i ., Ig l'
the waole ticket, Includ1ng'Mr.. temporary residence in Tallahassee family.Mr. .

_ rt N-lJlBd! Beauty Pins, 25 and 30q per pair T OW Reese and I hope every 'Democrat- next April. Concluding he !said: I Wade Mayo went to Pensacola Phone 727. I ;

- W. A. Gahlenbeck. 211.S. Palatox SL I will vote for him to-morrow 'He will, "I have no platform to announce I I as a member of 'the executive committee .. 2anMm

,I think, make an admirable representative to you because this honor I to arrange, for' the vacancy I s\s\ \s\s\s\ \ssvass\ \8asvrttBAY -

COTTRELL from Escambia( county and hascome so sudden but if I am elect-:I caused In the' county ticket bv the I I
FINE PHOTOGA.APHS.Pensacola. :one whom no citizenneed;; hesltal1 ed to-morrow, and I believe I will be, death of Mr. Coston.: -

...Ia. And InyestigateCas: s That :to support. Regretting.. that I can I I promise to do my whole duty as Misses Agnes and Ella McCurdy 4 ELECTRIC'AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
.:not be present at' the meeting, I am God gives me light to see it. I am are getting on nicely with their
W. T. BED WELL, PRES. AND\ MANAGER.
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'- Will 'Be Brought To .Its Very truly yours, the candidate of no faction and I will]I school work near Atmore. Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone 670 and a
PHOTOGRAPHERS TURTON &SmCE'1179.BELL. FRANK L. .?rIA YES. go to the legislature. untrammelledand ,)Ir. Wm. McCurdy, Jr. and his epresentative will call. W. T. Bid well. President and Manager, 205() S. Baylen

Kcdsk I! Suppl".v HBishmi 'II! Amtteuri. # -- unpledged." brother, Dr. Riley McCurdy, are on a street.
Attention.
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Hon. John B. Jones.
Jacoby Applauded. prospecting tour of Louisiana, Texas --- --- --
Chairman Reilly then Introduced as Hon. M. Jacoby Was the third and Oklahoma. They are not expect
R. K. WHITE, the first speaker of the.evening{ Hon. speaker introduced and created quitea e.I back before Christmas. THE CHRISTMAS DISPLAY

iltfmiker.Manufacturing leweler. an* Graduate The grand jury for the fall term John B. Jones who began his remarksby storm of applause' 'when he saidthat ."Mis* Hattie PerkIns' hallowe'en this year at COE'S BOOK STORE consists of Dolls, Toyl. Games Blocks
1 (,\:c;an.30 S. Paialox Street Pengactia. Fla. of the United States.,court, for the stating that this 'was not the first if there were any men in Escam party was quite a success. Everyone Toy Books. Journal Books, Poems Gift Books. Prayer Books, Hymn Books. -
time he had come before (he peopleof bia county who were 'loyal to him he who attended reports a glorious time. Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Albums. Smoker Sets, Picture Frames. FootBalls
1 northern district of Florida to convene Boxing Gloves, Magic Lanterns Iron Toys, Steam Toys. Mechanical
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Escambia county to plead 'with wanted them to to the polls to-day The tennis court at the Century .
go Toys, Christmas and New Year Cards. Call early and avoid the rush.GT
Tersely Told to-morrow morning, and' being them to vote the Democratic ticket snd, cast their ballots for R. Pope Club is now tne most popular spot in
empaneled will be? ''instructed as to and he hoped that every Democrat Reese for the legislature and for Century. It Is thronged morn, noon h r",0 E 'S B 0 0 K o Uric. 23 Brent SOUTH B-HIMB PALAFOX"" "STRUT. 235

w. A. Fisher' spent Sunday verb their duties by:Judge:Charles Swayn :would do his duty to-day just as they every other democrat on. the ticket and afternoon. Mr. \iHecker has offered ---
----
I\\-aeantly with friends In Mobile. who reached thectty: 'yesterday morning 'had done in other days. He said he He stated that he ,had voted the a silver cup to the best lady

of Milton I had other engagements for the even Democratic ticket for playsr by spring. His sister, Mrs.\
Hon Thos. F. West, was and will preside"ove'r, the term : straight over I
., ,
nioag; the visiting attorneys in the lIng but he had laid them aside to thirty years and had never advised Czlassy, has also offered a prze. Tnt -
of
ity re-nerday I court. come there and tell the people where any one to scartch a ticket in all that I !nnis court I is courted C>:E'EELA: : :IIcrnWednesday : :
The jury will Investigate into mat I he stood on this question;, that he time. Mrs. :Mary Carter, of Mal olm Ala., .
M LJnd! ey, a prominent business I ters brought to Its, attention;, and' it was for Pope Reese and' the whole States Attorney' Kehoe. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. D. Mc-
::an of Pollard, in the city
. was yes- is expected that some of the.most important Democratic ticket and, he wanted all Following Mr. Jacoby's> speech the NeIL
:rday on a short business visit. cases 'In: the -history of the I Democrats to vote the same wcay. band placed a lively air and Hon. J. Mr. McNIel, the real estate agentof

The members of Camp Ward NoI court will be looked into. The New Nominee, Mr. ,Reese.. Walter Kehoe, States Attorney for the Alger Sullivan Lumber Com Night November 7.

;'>, C. V., will meet to-night at Monday the ,petitjuries will be em The next speaker Introduced was the first judicial circuit, 'was next introduced pqny !'s at his home here for a few ,
:'*n o'clock in Supt. N. B. Cook's ofce the n nominee for the legislatureand Mr. Kehoe made an eloquent days
Business of Importance. Dele. paneled and the criminal docket will I the man whose name is to be plea for a solid Democratic Mr. Wm. Cater. of Malcolm, Ala., A MORAL IN EVERY UNE
be the to
sounded and court proceed
ites will be appointed to the reun- trial with any cases on the docket. written on the ticket to-day on vote. He explained the 'situation in the father of Dr. Cater, of this place, EVERYONE SHOULD SEE
;)n at Gainesville.The This year there has been a the blank line beneath the name of detail and said the"executive committee spent some time with his sister, Mrs.

fishing schooner Caviar, of the ture from former,customs in: the Socialist candidate Dickson. Mr. in nominating Mr. Reese for McNeil.-
depar'l Mr D. C. Mmms; from Mt. Pleas
Scot of Saunders & Co., was launched ter of empaneling the two Reese made a short but forceful ad. this position was acting for the Democracy THE DRAMATIC EVENT OF THE SEASON, .
ant Ala., was with Mr. McNeil Friday -
:''ina the marine railway! yesterday, ix>th have heretofore been dress and urged all Democrats to be of Escambia county and it ,

here she has been undergoing exicslre to appear on the date that court convened sure and comply! with the law in voting : was every Democrat's duty to vote :Miss night. Vaughn I the '
repairs. The ballast and ice and the petit jury would be for him. He explain:: fully, ,as forhim to-day. He stated that if the May is spending
week friends in Pensacola.
, uses will be replaced and the smack I hearing cases, while the grand jury did all the other candidates, how and majority of the Democrats from The with wedding' of Mr. Carson Wood MABEL MONTGOMERY

::111 be ready for service within ten I conducted its Investigations. This I where his name should be written 'on. apathy or other causes were to remain ruff Miss Sallie May Reynoldswas
:ITS or two weeks. term however, tbe grand jury is to the official ballot. He stated that he away from the polls the republicans and
of the church wed
The Journal has a large number of complete its labors before the petit.I had lived in Pensacola since November could center on some negro dings one ever witnessed prettiest at Reddock

- ."plies\ to want ads. and would bead jurors are'sworn.. 1884, and' had voted in every and by secret work could poll their Springs. The church was artistically 1 In the Great Emotional
-5 '' It is expected that quite 'a numberof election: since that time in precinct solid vote and send such 'a
to have owners call for them. represen- decorated with smilax and cut flow PLAYED Pittsburg,
... Tier are as follows "C. X," "M.," grand jurors and witnesses who 12 and he thought he was fully. dual tative to the legislature from this the color scheme being green Drama
t (Cottage" "References," "Farm," "S. will go before that body will reach I fled to represent the 'people of Es- county Mr Kehoe said that he wasa ers and white, the aisles being carpeted 35 Times
<* ." "' the city to-night from various points cambia county in the legislative hallsat resident of Pensacola but that New York
o \\oodsman. "C. 31, P., "W. new with white. Two dainty flower ,
I B," "R L. D.." "N. P.," "A. B. I along the P. & A. road. Tallahassee next April. He said he had lived here 24 years ago' and iirls preceded them. holding 500 Times St. Louis,

*, 'Z." Quick," "A." that friends approached him early there were two things he remembered iwiJe the gate; for the bridal partyto l A l A 30 Times

V small beginning, but the great- TUG OKOLOOSA last Friday morning and urged him to well about the city at that time enter. The bride gowned In white
.. '<* men and the greatest businesses become a candidate for the (!0111mittee's ; -one was her bad sidewalks and her cKiffon:! over silk entered with the Boston, San Francisco,

w small beginnings. You may in- endorsement and that after seeIng city administration, and they were maid of honor, Miss Corrie Reynolds. I 50 Times 75 TimesPhiladelphia

: ,'nd to start or you may have started TO BE LAUNCHED there ",'as''s.ntiment in his favor both, Republican. }Ir. Woodruff, with his best man, Mr.J .
u for the position he finally con Judge Chas. H. Laney. of Flomaton, met themat 1
i business on a small scale. That's W. Wilson, As Played Om 1,000 Tines by Washington, .
: Dually the safest way. No business sented late that night to having his Chairman Reillv then introduced the altar, taking their position under 40 TimesPRICES25
1 > too small to advertise and The name go before the committee. He Hon. Chas H. Laney whose speechwas the outstretched wings of a snowy. 50 Times

I.. ournal Want Columns afford exactly EXPECTED THAT SHE WILL BE. along the same line as those who dove Rev. J M Barnes, of Montgomery Mrs. Leslie Carter
'> : "ie kind of service for small adver- had preceeded him. The judge creat spoke the words that made: _ _ _ II I I

: !"ws Try It. The start may lead READY BY LATE' THIS How's This? ed a round of applause when he them 'Cne.: Mr. Holly Woodruff and
stated that the Republican party Etna Vaughn. Mr Veacher cents to $1.50.
. : a great things. AFTERNOON. We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor Miss
> The Journal is .any case of Catarrh that cannot. be might be respectable in some sections Baugh and Miss Mattie Sue Reynolds
l : Nearly every Sunday cured by Hall"* Catarrh Cure of the country, but it was not here were the attendants.
(impelled( to leave out new ads. be- F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O
informal reception -
in the state of marriage an
I and had been
: ease copy is sent In too late. It The tug Okoloosa, which the storm We. tM undersigned. tie known F. J. never After the at home.
Cheney for the last Ii and bflIe"ehim Florida. was tendered them
three years .
appened last Sunday and the left resting upon a pi.e of timber and perfect honorable in all business down to Century the
S. Beard. on
Hon. John
: 'andavs before and it will ,continue wreckage between Palafox and Jefferson transactions and nnan 'all)' able to carry They came night an informal .
t The last speaker of the evening night. The next -Announcement I II Irw-
' i happen as long as advertisers do streets, has repaired_ and out any obligation made bv his firm.WALOIAG. : same was given them at ...
L ot the importance of send- be KINI AN t MARVIN. was Hon. John S. Beard, the Democratic reception
recognize and will be ready to
. I painted Wholesale Druggists. Toedo! O nominee for the state senate the residence of }Ir. and Mrs. J. B.
"'? in their copy earlier. The Jour launched by, this afternoon-unless HaIrs Catarrh Cute Is taKen internally, hot chocolate was
Beard Cakeand
,' : al employs nearly every printer in something unloosed for'' occurs.It acting directly upon the blood 'and mucous from Escambia county.Ir. Vaughn.
.1 surfaces of the sxstetn. Testimonials urged all Democrats to do their duty served. ,
"wmcola on Saturday nights to as- has required many weeks to repair -
: sent free Prfe-e 75 ccntsper bottle. if for pleased to announce to friends in Pen-
3 Sunday issue, but to-day and said that any causea am my
. st with its big the vessel; as she was badly Sold by all druul tli'. MISSISSIPPI RIOTS
, : rcn then it Is impossible to handle damaged by the storm, one deal being Take Hall Famil) Pills for, constipa- Socialist was elected to-day insteadof HAVE NOW CEASED sacola'that I have associated myself with the Pensa-
i : 1 the business that Is sent in late. I driven, into the hull, but this work patlon. Mr. Reese, Escambia county wouldbe
, : will
and Stone and take the
nas been completed, the tug painted the only county in the state not By Associated Press. cola Cement Company,
;: I The kind you want-Blue Ribbon I and she is now ready to again resume ---- .to send a full Democratic delegation .Wiggins, Miss Nov. 5-To-night management of all constructive, \vork.Tc, will be
. t-mon and Vanilla. Absolutely pure, her work as soon as launched. to the next legislature. In closing he the danger of further rioting is apparently '
i KODAKS
: ') twice aa far and the "Blue Ribbon : A temporary.railway has been built II paid a tribute to M. Jacoby who had over. The armed patrols pleased to_ furnish, estimates on sidewalks, concrete

l I iTor" Is perfe lion. Ask for the I'under the vessel her position has I come upon the stand and urged hIs have left,the streets and the negroes work of any character, and.the only Miracle Hollow
I
, size. been AND SUPPLIES.Get friends the committee's
shifted and she has been moved : to stand by are quiet.
. : Filed. I I forward until ,she is now almost at endorsement of Pope Reese. and said __ --i i" "|q Block. All work entrusted, to us will have my per-
New Suits
; : The following new suits were filed I t the water edge, with' her nose pointed a Kodak and' that such loyalty and patriotism IS WASHING WITHOUT WATERIs sonal supervision, and we guarantee absolute .satis-
' of the clerk towards the bay, and it is believed displayed by him was what kept the
k in the office -- instance.
' 4. r resterday the circuit court. that she will be successfully launched_ send storm picturesto Democratic party together to-day Like Trying to Get R d.of Dan. faction in every Respectfully,
I I As soon as' tha tug is: placed in Herpicide.Did .
: Clutter Music House a corporation, outoftown druff Without
\ Pensacola Amusement Co., a cor- I I commission she will be put at work your you ever see any one trying to STEPHEN HARVEY
!s!I. J.
. endeavoring to float 'the friends. \Ve have or
. i oration, damages $600; Geo P. which has been ship :Maria CENTURY : I wash themselves without soap (
purchased I
by Capt.
.
) \entworth II Baars, &attorney Co., a corporation for plaintiff. Traebuck. the famousEASTMAN water If you did what would you say of .__ ___ -'--- -- ___ ____ ___, __u _

" : F Taylor injunction; Avery & ESCAPED CONVICT IS him? I
Special to The Journal It is every bit as foolish to try to
: : Avery, attorneys for plaintiffs.NOTICE RETURNED TO PENSACOLA KODAK Century. Nov 5.-Mr. and Mrs Jet rid of Dandruff and to prevent
;
Nickols, of Pensacola, spent Saturday Baldness! by feeding the germs which
i reached Deputy the Sheriff,city yesterday Allen Brewton ranging in prices with relatives In this place. cause it, with Canthrandes, Vaseline. Enamel Paints for Bath Tubs
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. W. E Dads are the Glycerine and similar substances ,
i
I!having in his custody Henry Webb, from $1.00 to $40.00. happy parents of a fine son. They which form the principal Ingredientsof

.1 colored an escaped convict from the Come in have a regiment of boys now. and e most sa-called Hair Growers.
I The Woolley Sanatorium tie only In-I county roads, who was arrested at and ask us sweet little girl, the "Daughter or Newbros Herpicide is successful FurnitureTjckenvork., Chairs, Carriages, etc.,

'tlute: in the United States where tie Gulfport some weeks ago, after being about them. If you the Regiment." because it attacks and kills the parasitic can be applied by the most inexperienced person. Can
; |cPium, Cocaine and Whiskey bitts at liberty for about three years. to be highly bless- which feeds on the hair
:
Mr. Davis seems germ
' have one in white and colors at 25; cents for pint cans.
le'tus had
- already be
; pa be cured without exposur, end The negro' served out a short term ed of the Gods. His automobile arrived -roots.It .
l. 1*.th BO much ease for the patient. Onljt/it Gulfport, and, was held for the furnish you with last week.It is the original and only genuine

. : ''j days' time required. Describe Escambia county author1 es,.. who not, is getting to be dangerous on the scalp germicide manufactured.For .
I I. Or case and I will write you u only wanted him as an escaped convict supplies. Streets of Century. There are so sale by "?.-A. D'Aleberte, druggist Saunders Mill Company

: Inlon as to what I caa aoooaoUabvou. bat also for shooting- negro many new buggies, surreys and ; and apothecary. 121 South Pala ,

; : Ask your famSy 'physida* woman *t,Fk>maton after his escape,:I The Gem Book Store horses, to say nothing of the motor fox street. or send lOc. In stamps for ,".". 717. 21 Cant Garden Street.THE l

1. 'UVeStigat, Dr. B. M. WooUey. 104 and attempting to shoot.'. constable. cycles and automobiles. sample to The Herpicide Co.. Detroit, I ---- -1

: II PrIor street. Atlanta, Ga .-.1 I there. ::-' ., ., Phone 230-818 S. Palaf** I ,The;, prayer meeting was conducted Mich. '
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rbe 4 SCHOOITAXAPPORTIONED CUTBITTLEOF
)JenjatohtJtmd FLORIDA' FACTS 4
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ROUTE AUTHORIZED

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f DAILY: WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Florida Knitting Factory.Our em BE I

c PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY reporter dropped'In at the knitting Route No.. 2 Is To 'Established Out of Pensacola Ol:

factory one day this week and

...BY... found the manager. Capt G. H. Bor-I I November 16, and. Wil 1 Cover About 26 Miles I.
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THE JOURNAL COMPANY. shape ger, hard for beginning at work getting operations. Some I The Largest<<" Apportionment FOUGHT : :1 Furnishing; Mail to 112 Families.


repair'work l Is being done,OB the boil History -
Ever Made In the -
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FRANK L. MA YES, Pmldcnt an.n..I.. Manager er Several large wooden ,vats have I ,
)' Authority was received;at the Pen I Cloptisi's to Hoyt corner; easterly a.
been bnUt In which the product of (Continued from First Page. southerly to Hoyt
of the State. sacola postoffice! yesterday tor the establishment I corner; Easter!
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.. the factory, will toe washed and I Hays said he had Information that .of'anoth and southeasterly to Walton
I
rural delivery earn
free -
r
would ,be made to steal northerly to Tippin : ,
bleached. The TuiitUng machines an ,attempt corner;
and :that he ,intended -' route' In connection with the I )
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tomorrow's primary to Skinner: place at Escamtoa'T ?
have been in the
SUBUCRIPTION. S placed position on ESCAMBIA COUNTY GETS $3,471X24 ; .. I
warrants.
to swear out many local service on. November 16, to beknown easterly to Whitmire
One Year ... .. .__......" 00 One Month .. .. ... .., ,, 45 I first. floor. The product of the factory Judge McCan promised to.be in court ; route No. 2, and for the southwesterly corner near iu. !
and
Biz Months .. .., ... .. .. 2 50 One win OUT OF TOTAL OF $84,602.14 I as i Its; southerly .
Week .. .. .. ..' .. 10 be ladies" undervests and all, day. 'of the route now estab-- to, r's 1
amendment Bry corner; 6in
westerly .
Ttree Months.. .. .. .. 125 < to ]
Weekly Edition, .. CO ---:
$1 '
; per doi
year the capacity will be 125 riper RATE PER PUPIL IS 92 CENTS. Got It Down Pat. shed and which Is known as NOL. 1.I southeasterly and southerly

day., Machinery ,for.the. manufac- .. ... Senator JamesB. The new 'route'will' be 26" miles In Flomaton road and Palafox street 1
Louisville Nov. r 5).- h I:
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a DetaIled ture of ,all kinds of knit goods will !: .. McCreary to-day cairns a majorityin length and will furnish mall service I Pensacola postoffice. (

r. Circulation Statement Cam be later.- Th will Special to The JournaL primary over to 112 families or a population of 470. Amended Route No. 1.
So Second.Rt Installed "ractory tomorrow's senatorial .1
Tallahassee, No. 5.-Below will be Beckham of 23,000. Governor Route No. 1,. after its ,change, will .be I Route No. 1,. after Nov, 16n i.
in' Governor
begin to turn out work about
found the semi-annual apportionmentof Beckham's managers say the governor 25 miles in" length and. furnish mail as follows:
two weeks.--;(Lake, City Reporter. McCrearrs service to '?35 -persons or 175 fami-- From Pensacola postoffice J;
the mm tax Hon W. N. Hoi- succeed to
one by will
UIt.rlaJ Rt.n. 38 Papers on Sala! en Trains : the establishment of the out Palafox street iSS t
.a lies. With ly
{ W. Hager and
Baslottt ORlce 1600 I Relic of Old Spain. loway, Superintendent of Public seat by 24000. Samuel on J,
and at all News Stands.OffleeeJournal who Is running for governor against route came the authority to appointa I ton road to Adcock's: easterly la
Ed Zuber brought down from the Instruction. 'The amount apportionedis .
Ilst'of ell-
B. out a statement carrier from among the Goulding post office and
N Hays, gave westerly to
:- Tomoka, the other day a quaint SpanIsh $82,60214 which' Is the largest saying he will win in the.primary by glbles to receive a: salary of $72000 Adcock's (not retracing): northwest )e.,
Building-Corner lntendnea| and Detune St.. relic, which U probably nearly 200 several of the I erly and northeasterly
oldIt made semi-annual apportionment of the one 31,460. ,The races in per year' I to Brent post!
years' Is'a water jug
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5' ----- -- to be the service goes Into office westerly to Hendrix
out of clay then burnt and is shaped mill tax in the history of public congressional districts promise. When :new ; store at 1
I
; PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1906. like a top with a small hole at the schools In this state. close effect the postoffices at Goulding. Brent: northwesterly to Stewart ;1
and Delta will store westerly to Bell's
Escambia
Brent Olive ; head
place where the knob to'a top. is : somberly 1:
This amount of money Is apportioned Old General "Apathy. _
I usually found. On side can be be abolIshedVas:route, ]ia, 1 has been to Murphy's comer: westerly 1
one
HOW TO MARK YOUR BALLOT seen the date of 1711 and on' anotherare on the, basis,of the average attendance New ,Orleans Nov. Apathetic amended so ,as to furnish. service to and northwesterly past I&one'. ta I
of the which is 88832. conditions prevail in the COngres- Barrlneau's corner
state these patrons.The.New ;
southerly
figares'whIch'
some were aal
} queer 1
i TO ELECT A DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE. sional campaign in this state. The '
not decipherable.-Daytona Journal.To the same being ,the largest average the Route. southwesterly through Brewton set I
I only show of fight made against The carrier:of route No.:2 will leave ,tlement to Walter's at Myrtle
Elsewhere in The Journal to-day is a sample ballot, which is intended attendance for any year by several Democrats is in the seventh district, Grove; )
Be Taken With Salt. : the locaj poatofflce at 7:30 a. m., and easterly to R. R. Beall's;
; t to aid the voter In voting correcly when he goes to the polls to-day A gentleman of unquestionable thousand. The average attendancefor where C. C. Duson, Republican, opposes. returns at 3:30 p. nu,:-with the mail ,Johnson's store and retrace northerly SOutherly tj! t

t This ballot is not a fac simile' the official ballot, but simply somethingthat veracity is authority for the statement the last scholastic year shows an Duson's. Representative late start in Pujo.the canvass Owingto collected. He will cover.' the follow 'to R. R. Beall's; east to TV J Tantoa I I

the voter may use as a guide. that a school of trout frolick. increase over the preceeding year of and the curtailing' of the negro vote lug territory:' i!corner northerly to W J Tantoa 1

On this ballot it will be noted that the ,names of three candidates for ed past him yesterday morning on nearly six (6) per cent This is in- his race Is expected to prove futile. From local postoffice northerly on corner No. '2, easterly and southerly )

the, legislature appear and that there are two blank lines under the names Cordova street at the corner of St. deed a fine showing and speaks well Palafox street,to Wright, street; east ,past Athey's to Pensacola postofice. ,
- Francis street when the tide was at Republicans ConfidentNew erly on Wright street to Hayne Those residing along these
(Ict route .
these candidates. One of the candidates, M. O. for the educational of Flor
Baggett, is the demo- system
\ it highest The water was nearly Haven Conn. Nov. 5.-Connecticut street; northerly. on Hayne street to and who will be benefitted by the tree
; I cratlc nominee and the other two are socialists. two feet deep at this corner ,at the ida.Amount Republicans are confident of Brainard 'street; easterly on Brainard delivery, are urged by the postofflce

i Every elector is entitled to vote for two time and flowed in from Maria San for :apportionment $88-. maintaining their majority for the street to Alcanlz street'at_Jernigan's; authorities to have their mail boxes C

representa- chez Creek. Schools. minnows and 60214. Rate per pupil 92 cents. last several years and that CoL Rollin northerly on'.AlcanlZ
i I tives to the legislature. In order, therefore, to vote for young mullet were swimming around Counties Av. Attend. Amount '8. Woodruff, of this city will be elected northerly and northwesterly to can secure the benefit of free deliver

the Record office and some of them governor,while the Democrats express Goulding corner? northerly past Nat of their mail.
the democratic Alacb.ua .. .. ... 4371 $ion 32 aiii
two candidates should make failed to follow the tide probably
you a cross out themselves as hopeful of suc
} .. .... 727 668 84
Baker ,:. :::::: I mark (X at the left of Mr. being intent on inspecting the plant .. .. 1909 175 23 I cess. The Democrats expect to car* .
) Baggett's and in Bradford .
of
name, one Quite a number of small fisa remained ry morelegislatlve districts than last this district. the, campaign in Indiana town Monday attending county commissioners -

the blank below must write the of in the street as evidence of their Brevard .. .. ... 680 625 60 year and also to show an increasein closed Saturday night. The result court and regular meeting H
spaces you name Calhoun .. ... 784 721 28
visit. None of the anglers took .advantage i the house of representatives. A seems to be a question of Republican of the school board. B *

: R. POPE REESE of the Venice likp, conditionsto Citrus .. ..' .. .. 693 637 56 greater. effort has been made this majority with congressional G. W. Banfill left a few days Igt

enjoy the sport G1rer&& 43t Au- Clay .. .. .. ... 745 685 40 year than ever before to enforce the representation nnchanged. for a business trip to Gulfport ail '

whom the democratic executive committee endorsed last gustine Record.A Columbia ., .. '.. 2504 2303 68 [corrupt*practice laws, especially in Biloxl, Miss
Dade .. .. .. .: 1483 1364 36 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE! DAY 1
Our
the larger cities.Democratic. ULXATTVB BROMO,Quinine Tab- prediction) Is that the drains
night. Storm Freak.A DeSoto .. .. .. .. 2145 1973 40 lets.Take Dniggifta refund money if It fails amendment will be pretty evenly '&- -t

In addition to writing'that also prominent resident recited a Duval '... ... ...I (895 6423 40 In Arkansas. to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature Is on vided up(: in this section on Tuesdar -t
name, you must put a Creak of the storm. The wind from Escamtrta .. .... 3772 3470 24 Little Rock, Arfc, Nov. 5.-The Indications Nov. 6, 't.

; I cross mark (X) at the left of it, just as you do at the left the northeast knocked his residence Gadsden .. .. .. 2889 2657 68 to-day are that the Democrats f

\ at least fifteen, degrees out of plumb.It Hamilton .. ..: .. 1510 1389 20 j: 'win carry all seven of the congressional I flkTFTTI .....

i of Mr. Baggett's name. was apparently ruined and in a Hernando .. .... 510 459 20 districts of Arkansas in tomorrow's I I COUNTS THE PIECES.
I i. election. There .
is .
Simply WRITING 'Mr.'Reese's: manner ready to fa.11. but the blow Hillsborough .... 5626 5175 92 practically
name on the ballot no opposition in six dIstricts. I
from the northwest It Holmes _. .. .. 1311 1206 12 I
straightened .
.. B
Ba y War to Keep Tab (lot}
DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A again, and so far he ascertain Jackson .. ., .. 4730 4351 CO In the fourth ,George Tilles (Republican :- "
< VOTE FOR HIM. You as can "I.iUnor9'f .5 I'P a Seat to the .......,. B
-. It is now as strong as'ever.. Not a Jefferson .. .. ..' 2960 2723 20 I ) has made a great effort to Bonifay Nov. S.-A good rain is
must also put an X at the left of it, thus: door in it jambs or will not open and LaFayette .. ... 777 714 84 defeat 'W, B. Cravens, (Democrat,) greatly' needed 'In.this' sertlon. Every housewife at some time or oflt B 1er

j raise with ease.-Miami Metropolis. Lake .. .. .. ,.-. 1346 1238 32 and during the campaign Vice-presi Mrs.W.'Jj.Sessoms is.visiting relatives has lost some of the clothes sent t. ,
X R. POPE REESE.: a. .Lee .. .. .. ... 589 541 $8 I dent htrbankl'anc! Secretary of the in Georgia.. the laundry. The nuisance of writes! 1

: This should be clearly understood all over the county and every democrat Ice Man Weighed the 'Baby.A Leon .. .. .. .. 37203431 60'j Treasury! In Leslie that district M. Shaw The made Work on', the 'big Sessoma-Whltted down each garment and the number t

who reads this should take pains to see that 'h! thoroughly understands baby was born 'in'a western city Levy .. .. .. .t 1300 1196 00 speeches district R. Minor seventh Mill Company,. 1* :progressing very given out Is more troublesome sonic
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congressman
\ the other day as the ice man offered .. .. ;: 508 467 6 '
: the matter himself and that other and Liberty ; Wallace,, has no opposition. nicely. : _, times than the loss of a piece ocaslonolly -- ,
every democrat whom he >
can the earliest opportunity of Madison .. .. .. 2859 2630 28
reach ... The'vote will be late and little In- Some few-of our ,citizens attended, and consequently a perxi-H
also understands it i weighing it his scales were brought Manatee .. .. .. 14. 5 1311 00 terest is manifested. the Gulf-Coast ,Falr" at DeFuniak 1 neat record; is seldom at hand. RE (

The fact that this contingency has arisen should also stimulate every into requisition. The fond mother Marion .. .. .. 4761 4380 12 Springs last ,Saturday. The device shown here is particularly t

democrat to get out and vote to-day. nearly fell over dead when the little Monroe .. .. ... 1083 996 3$ Democrats Satisfied.' The Baptist church is now withouta adapted for such a I
i
fellow swung down twenty-three Nassau .. .. .;; 1265 1163 80 Baltimore, Md., Nov. 5.-The congressional regular minister. purpose ,

pounds and a haiL But the ice men Orange .. .. .. '. 2192 2016 61 campaign in Maryland Bonifay has now one rural route established I

; The Duty of wise It would settle the race problem, of Gainesville are so honest that they Osceola .. .. ...827 760 $4 really closed last Saturday. To-day ., with: prospects of two glance at ,the picture will show iR r

but all this talk about migration and are not required'to carry scales, and Pasco. .. .. ';,' 863 793 96 -was devoted by the committees to more. ..*r-. frame with rods and centers similar' to If c:

Good Citizens To-day. < any amount less than 100 pounds is Polk .. .... ....2766 2544 72 preparations for ,tomorrow's contest. Chas 'Cott.On 'U, :having material :those used to teach the youngsters h

;. The duty of every good citizen today segregation Is'th height of nonsense taken on the good faith of the driver. Putnam '.. .. .. 1644 1512 48 I The Democrats say they are sure of placed on the ground for the erection count Each rod carries an equal num- H

I is to get out and vote. from any practical standpoint -Gainesville Elevator. St Johns .. ..' .. 1308 1203 36!\carrying the second and fourth dls- of a fine residence. bee of counters, and opposite every rod f

: We The proposition is St. Lucie .. .. .. 475 437 00\1:trcts| while the Republicans declare J
are not so much concerned impracticablefor Automobile vs. Bloodhound.! { Houston Simpler, who has been Is the name of some garment that u
themselves as equally certain of win-
t with what ticket a, man votes one three- different reasons viz: First, About the most senseless superstition Santa Sumter Rosa.. .... .... 1081 1757 1616 994 44 52 ning 'the first, fifth and sixth. Both very low with ,the fever for the past likely to be sent to the laundry. la "

\ election day as we are with the fact f because there is no power to make still prevailing is. that blood Suwanee .. ....*. 2588 2380 96 sides claim the third but In the opinIon -I four weeks Is better at this writing. using the device the counters woU:. {

I that he takes Interest enough to go to the negroes' leave; second because hounds can be made useful in trailIng Taylor .. .. ..,< 894 S22 48 of conservative politicians the' The Bonifay High School is In normally be is the center, and u various :\
criminals. The most extravagantfad ;Democrats have the better chancesfor I progress with Prof.J'ertlg aa prlncj- articles are given out to be Barbed J
the and they will leave .. .
polls .
vote his convictions. never voluntarily; and Volusia .. 2157 1984 44 Mrs: assistant Mrs.
now coming in is that the automobile winning. paL .Fertig, counters on the rods in alignuitutWlththenalueof.tbeartlclearetot ,
I .. .. 743
Wakulla 683 56
If third because
every citizen in the commonwealth a wholesale and general Edith Watson second assistant and
is the best thing to chase them
.. .. .. be
Walton 1819 1673 48 :
migration of the Democrats Hopeful. roll almost'
would vote on election day) negroes from the with. Both are employed in a west having on two hundred
'I Washington .. .. 2153 1980 76 Wilmington Del., Nov.. 5.-Chair moved to the side of the frame When
we would, in all probability have south would so interfere with industrial era state with the result that never students.
a the clothes
man are returned reference to
'I' 1. Hesiler Ball of the Republican a
Bonifay needs a New High, School
F much different and a much better administration conditions that it would wreck were criminals so safe from pursuitand Total. ... ....88832 $81,725 44 committee, predicts a Republican victory building very much indeed. the counter will immediately show if
I arrest Hunting ..dudts'wtth a
of government. the whole structure of our industrial brass band in modelof Total amount for appor- by about 30,000 and the electionof William W/ Young is the rural carrier an are in the bundle or not. Other

1' It is one of the anomolies of free system. skill and is saacfty.-Tampa.comparison a Times. tionment .... .. .. .. 82,602 14: a Republican legislature, Chairman on route No. IMr. uses of the'device will be 'retdiiy! apparent

-- government, which is founded on the I I The States. talks about "a class of -, Thomas Bayard of the Democratic Chas. Prim cashier the Bank -Chicago News.Don't .
Balence in Fund not appor- i state committee, declines to .
All That More. of Bonifay visited home folks
and at
right of its citizens to participate in persons employing cheap negro la .. make but
j tioned $ 876 70 a prediction says he is
-- -- -- -- Graceville last Sunday. _
the affairs of government, that so bor." If it will specify and show us Good roads add so much to the pros hopefuL It is the opinion of the best .
c i tsbledoths.
'' perity of a state or county. increasethe informed Mrs. A. E. Gwartney is having a leave any'Cl'Umbs In soiled!
many men neglect on election day to where that "cheap negro labor" exIsts value of farm property so greatly will be closer politicians than that it has the been election for two room addition ,built to her: resi napkins or doilies. Wee ban

exercise that f Cinon the existence Its reference would'be more to are such a convenience to the LOCAL SUMMARYOF several .years. I dence. James Johnson is the con 'been known to ruin these wI.el1 they

of which their'freedom rests. the point So far as Florida is con- country people and save so much In tractor.Mr. were tossed into'a clothesbasket anJ

t 'We trust that the, citizens of 'Es- cerned there is. no cheap negro labor wear and tear of farm vehicles and THE WEATHER 'In Wisconsin.. and Mrs F, M; McDonald 'visited left there just as gathered up from the
lessen the burden of man ami beastto Milwaukee, Wls- Nov. 5.-All friends in Chipley last Sunday. table.
cambia county will do their duty today here. In fact the trouble in this
such an extent that it is hard to political parties have arranged for I Quite number, of people were In
I' by going to the polls and vot-f state seems to be, that the negro can see how any one can help encouragingthe the wind-up of their campaigns i

1 Ing. It Is a duty which none should. earn enough in two days to enable public highways.-Tampa Tribune. throughout the state tonight,; Governor

f -shirk. him toloaf' the other four, and the The following is the local summaryof ,Jas.' O. Davidson, who it was .
M r. Fruit Shipments. weather conditions for Nov. 5,'as!#reported; would close for the Repub- If you tJlint consnpation is of trifling j
) result is that among that class of prepared by the local weather '.'bureau licans with in is T ask doctor I
r. The Negro Several shipments of grapefruit '. a speech Milwaukee hey, C equence, just your
negroes who prefer to loaf than'work.. have been made from Del/and the past : Buffering from rehumatism and has UTecon will disabuse you of that notion illc
'
J, Migration Proposition. the more they get the less. they do. week. The fruit is not yet very well Pressure. sent, his regrets. short order. "Correct it;at ones!t" bel

l The following is from the New Orleans The race problem is a hard 'anyway colored, but is juicy and well devel-- Barometer at 7 a. m. 3014. John }I. Aylward Democratic candidate viu say. Then'ask him about Ayer's I

i f States of Sunday: you loot at it, but it can never be oped inside. Grapefruit and oranges Temperature.Minimum for governor, expected to close onstlnatlon Pills. Amitdliverpillallvegetable. 4
t. have been shipped from the Fort 63 degrees at 7 a. m. with a speech at Madison, but at the *'T .. Jc_
The Torchlight is the name of a solved by the migration method. We S'JrtSftsaaa :1eCI-
> :
I Myers and Arcadia sections for the Maximum 75 degrees at 11:55 a.'m.' last moment the speech was called ..
t- negro newspaper published at Provl way as well make up our minds that past month. The fruit in that sec Normal for this date 63 degrees. off I
i dence, R. I., and it discusses the recent .1 -. .
Wm. R candidate for
Gaylord.
the negro being here is going to stay tion is better colored than it is here Maximum same date last year 77 governor -------- J
t': > race trouble in Atlanta in
a : : on the Social Democrat ticket,
irather} blazing After relating here, and the question will have to but not so well deveioped.DelAndNews. degrees, have for I
manner. Minimum same date last year $5 I has personally visited and has made WAShDAY '!Peed no terrors yo
: a frenzied story of the mob and be settled. if settled at all. with that degrees. speeches In every town and city of If send washing to

', its work the Torchlight has the fol- fact established and admitted. A Fia rman's'Mecc Rainfall. Importance In the state. you your

i lowing to say in the way of suggestIng The extraordinary. high tides last -- The New Method Laundry,
24 hours ending 7 a. m., .0.
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*: a remedy t fish No Interest Here. ,PHO E 1188 'E'VLAW: :
week to W.IJ'U1ur
Water Wantedin brought up Daytona by Same date last 0. ENCE. Prop. teVdIo4IsasdtBIds. t
sear Raleigh N. C. Nov. 5. The election
,
t "There is trouble in the South and
the shipload, and. the result. Is that AQENTS WANTED.
/Total deficiency since January 1st, I
t more coming. What Is the remedy? St.' John's Cemetery. the old Halifax has been ,the meoca r will be quiet in North Carolina, I
\ 6.19 Inches. except In the eighth
congressional
Quick migration. A half million negroes of fishermen who that ;
report
"s': J should leave Georgia and goWest Repeated; complaints have come to catch more fish than,.they can dispose they ON, Tye BUM. district in the contest between Black- .JEWELER"NevV CI CI
The Journal regarding the Inadequate burn Republican, the incumbent, and j. F. DAVIS 'j
should let
They Georgia
grow they should let Georgia whites grass facilities for getting water at sheepshead of. Thousands have of.been trout caught, bass from and j I Why BiyalveIn lingereat thy thou.dark Oh,bed'Hast "luscious officer Hackett,. Democrat. Only one state ; ,.
corporation commissioner
v work for themselves, import anachis- St. John's cemetery Water, when the bridges and boats during _the past thou, storm-swept and shivering. will be Now ln J
head voted for. The indicationsare ,
;' tic laborers or starve. The negroes supplied at all, comes from a tank six days.-Daytona! JouranL Beneath Concealed the thy sands lonely that cover that a large vote will be polled Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St I

f should go. The national government which is supplied a windmill froma Old Ocean's bed and drift but interest Is dulL ,=-- I
Z should assist them financially. Any People are Unanimous. Above thy haunts until the t
4 government that cannot protect Its well, but even when. the mill is The state press ,is{nearly ,unanimous Tongs no more can lift briny In West-Virginia.' ..*....(.. M MM...MMMMDeposft .... ............ ..... :
The, and dripping
:, protectors from wholesale slaughter ...working, the supply is never' adequateand in supporting,the proposed 'con- Tears.wet as thou .art flung Charleston, W. Va.. Nov. 5.-After 'p __
should at least furnish them car fare for several,weeks now. The. Journal stitutional amendment'increase the Into the fisher barrel. an active campaign the Republicansclaim WIITPs = :
to other states and communities. salaries of our !supreme and circuit Unopened and unsung! four of the five e
i-t- Is informed, there has been no Is congressional
g;:- President Roosevelt should advise. from this Judges. We want only the best avail- Oh A say month not that so. bath for this an "R." districts. More interest is shown in : ',your money in a savings bank at1 :
supply
even source.The .
4 Congress should act We move that able quality of:educated.legal brains, And on its stage thou shouldst bEre the fight for the legislature, but the I percexitwhen the Pensacola Home and Savings -
; this be done." cemetery authorities should and what is equally imprtant-the: this a shIning star. Democrats have so many things to :

E: We second the motion. And so do eee that this defect in equipment in highest quality of moral manhood and Prepared Are we for with the sauce reception.and salt- overcome that the prospects for Association will issue you paid-up stockbearing : J

I St John's is stamina and personal -character-on All these are ranged and them la not bright.. There has been :
all of us. We doubt if anything be cemetery remedied at ready -Interest at 5 cent annum
payable
the bench in those courts, and men of So wherefore dost thou a lack 'of interest apparent throughout : per per : t:
ter could to the South than .
ll happen i ij" once. '
that kind should -cot be expected to ,Apostle's brow is gloom ,the state. > : csemi- nnually. : 1f'
!$ "- for a half million negroes to migrate In the first place, where city waterIs themselves 'to the And Joseph Gam's is. too; J ..btSlLvA :
devote serVice -
public H. & : *.. .
!%- from each of the Southern States. At For daily are they turning GREENHUT J. S. Be M. R M. GARY :
available, there should be such something stew Question of Mafonty. f' PreiidenVICIPrealdent., .
no unless they are paid Down orders for a Treasurer. Secretary'a
-i- first of be
there
.;... howl course, would a thing as a well ,in, a cemetery. In more than their living'expensei.: In Likewise for fries and other Indianapolis, Ini. Nov. 5.-With .Dh'ector.-.A. O. .: *Snva. A. Creenhut, Knowles H).r, A. : .
heard of
from a class persons Forms In which you come the of dabto* ,VH. O. E. 'Uaurs
private life they could Pe laying up exception a meeting tonight at t Dorr. Sol Cahn. .
the second Unto the Bivalve.
place table
employing cheap negro labor, and who people who own
Richmond by Rev. Thomas f 43 S
the H. Kuhn, oth Palafox
tesources for the future end on When not the .
k desire to hold onto It because it is lots there upon 8YSTERJl.U I
should! have the benefit of Democratic
TilE candidate for In .
cheap ,but in a very short time white bench they should be "cven-theume congress ......,. .'. '.. ...........................
I all the water that Is needed to make opportunity for theirobligatlona to I
-
labor would Into the South to .
come -
imperative -.J ,
the. 'less
places beautiful and to keep their families ard no -.t- :
take the place of the vanished I -
negroes service F
1
while In thepublic
they are
them so.
c because energetic efforts would ,
Jl at once be put forth to secure white We trust that those whose duty It t-Live Oak Democrat. '

r immigration the 'very thing' that Is j Is to attend 'to such matters will give

'(i-;.. progress now most and needed the for prosperity the peace of this the 'this matter their attention at once. The best The literature Beet ptentwM' our-day. Is act Plantation Chill Cure is Guarantied I i


1 (section of the country.No I 'rb.e': Journal's Christmas number Is Ia fiction. It is in poetry. in t1o! apby.
In criticism. Londoa
and In
history
doubt if all the negroes would going. to be'A hummer. You can't afford ; -li. .
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Sphere. -
? algr&1jo1 either voluntarily or other- not to be.represented in. it .rc Ours, rMotiIy RsfUnds by Your Merchant So. Why Net Try ITT once, 5Oc Retail.


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PEOPLE AND EVENTS I= -The Best;,&' What! We 8el1'. I' MW7JtJ-IJ1 S. S. S. OR THE \ '!


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:: BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. y 1
: I The demand for S. S. S. has steadily increased since

: I i fen the market until it is now recognized as the greatest of .{ :

In r AEPHOKE HO. 38 AFTER 3 P. M, -"': This Week,, t..,- ......... ................. -... ......... ........-...-.: --..-....'r--_...!-'.....-...-...-..-..........-... !'.,T ... 1 there It has are won few its homes way where to. success'S.: S.S.because for the blood"IT CURES is not a household saying., i '-' ::

6 4 the blood is the very life oi,the body, nourishing and supplying strength I'I'.8
:uc xax3xa aroua xajs8xu: : : ,_ to every part,disease some form is sure to follow when it becomes con tarn* "

;: Green-Kern 15db.j .. inated. Eczema, Acne,Tetter, Boils, Pimples and the various skin affections ,

HALLOWE'EN ATm ; the charming hospitality of Mr. and! Lentils 15db. ere due to an over-acid and impure blood-supply. Rheumatism, Catarrh.

LITTLE BAYOU. .1 Hit. McDavid. i 1 j Scrofula, Chronic Sores and Ulcers, Contagious Blood Poison. etc., are -all S

-It.: 1 I Barley (lib packages) deep-Seatedbloo4djeaand will continue to grow worstfand more dangerous -,

erljr A Jolly hallowe'en party was given Mrs. B. S. Bernard and Mrs. R. J.; lOclb. a -% ng as the impurities and poisons which produce them remain in the : ,
:aer; Wednesday evening at the home of Owens left Sunday blood in all blood disorders S. S.has itself a
morning for Ocala proven perfect remedy, and I
and Mrs. ilontanarf of Little
erly jfr where they were called by the serious Buckwheat (old fashion well earned the right to be called the greatest of all blood purifiers. It goes j -
) of ,
bya girls.
rti.De}. }tfayou Ii ss Amelia party Montanari. young Miss Lizzieto Illness of their father Dr., \V, H. Ma- ). down into the circulation:and,forces out all poisons impurities humors ,.

Feake. -and Miss Lillian Farley.I I rean. hi' Yellow Corn Meal. -r-: __ nd: unhealthy matter, and makes this life-stream rich, pure and health-sus 4taming
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l lYe The parlor reception hall. Wand din- "ik"ik''fI. I S. S. reaches inherited blood taints and so enriches the circnla
oa; lag room were beautifully decorated'' Judge and ,Mrs.. ,Charles Swayne Graham Flour.WholeWheat J tion that diseases-of-years standing are permanently cured. It contains not '

t to la! green and lighted only by Jack reached the city yesterday morning Flour. harmful minerals and is nature's real blood purifier. Book on the blood and

Lanterns made of big yellow pump- from Guyenconrt, Del, where the medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATlANTA, CA ,
Judge had been ill for Flour.
kins. Various hallowe'en tricks and several months Rye .- _

I \e games were played and then. all repaired -but he Las. maw all the. appearance of All kinds of new CeI -' _' I
having regained his. health, and will :
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"witches"
to tent
and had
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preside over the term of the United reals.Rosenau&Gerelds. _
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her- their fortunes told.' Delicious balma .

', lowe'en refreshments those were served. States at court.their home Judgs, No.and: Mrs.13 West Swayneare La 4 1a 1w -. We S Everybody

, to Among present at this Jolly Rua street. ( ,
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to tffair were Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bell J \;
'ifr"ik"ircI -
est. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gonzalez. Mr. and I j I 'fri : .- It u
Mr. Lawrence Neilson of Montgomery !1t
' Louis
BelL Mr.
ostilrs. and Mrs. Louis
but formerly of Pensacola, spent
at Feafce. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Farley, t
,rt'. Mr and Mrs. Jacobson, Mrs. Ma-'. ents.Sunday in this'cUr to visit his par We want you to make this your9FAMILY '

Jthhoney.. Misses Nellie and Zoe BelL I I THE FANCY GROCERS HEADQUARTERS for Shoes-the place
,rly Miss Modeste Wilkins, Hiss Malvinato There's none Just as good as Blue II :
Davenport, Miss Olivia Appleberg Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. I you'll be sure to think of first when Fall and

and JIiss Margaret Gonzalez, Miss Sybil pure, go twice as far and the 1 Winter Shoes are needed.
set- Bobe Misses Mae and Elsie Scott "Blue Ribbon Flavor" Is .rfection. Phone 391
ve. ;; jH ses Anna, Mary and Olga Mont -Ask for the 25c. size. -- This requires on our part better Shoes
tanart Mr. Lee Randall I I and better values for the
" ( ; Bell. Mr. ; money than you, r
:
Meeting Notice. I IMeeting' 1, 1
Mr. Floyd .
rly Bell. Mahoney :Mr. Oscar
1 Scene Fr "Zaza." are apt to get at other stores. We believewe '
ton Davenport. Mr. Bryan Baker, Mr. of the W. T. Sherman om

ton Leonard Gonralez, Mr. Walter _Biggs, Post No. 21. O. A., R, at 2:30 p. In. : have them.

)rly }lr. Bert Master, Mr. Elliot, Mr. at Bullard's, Intendencia street All 1 GONZALEZ I.I I. '
comrades are requested to Last Night's Play. entirely. Zaza" Is no dying pulmon- Come and see how well we fulfill our '
:e. Vaaie Reed Mr. Askew Mr. Harbour come, as n -
George Ade's "The County Chairman '
heroine
but and
,
business of Ilc a woman 'young assertion. We've Shoes for the
.teg nd Mr. Jtomla Peate.'ree I importance is to be transact ** the till at the house man or \ ,
I wi. :1 I I was opera i strong full of the Joy of living from
' 'i I. --J.- C. 'Commander. I 'last night, but it was witnessed by a : the first act to the last. And for woman who counts the dollar and wants the t

: OUT-OF-TOWN QUESTS PETTERSON small audience, due possibly to the that very reason, it may be, there
: G. R. SMITp Adjutant | Special to The JournaL : best values that money can buy. I
fact
FOR PA8CO-MALLORY WEDDING. Gonzalez No. 5.-Quite a large that-the play had been -presentedhere I will be those who will appreciate all t
hey crowd attended the basket and fish. last season. the 'more the pathetic sacrifice she -
err Among the o -of.town' guests, who chowder at the residence The bright dialogue, genuine humor I makes for the man she loves. $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00. } { ;
supper given -] -
are now in the city to attend the Pas-;ACCIDINTALLYSHOT of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jackson and the idyllic love story and the I At the outset we see her the strollIng ,
co-Maltory wedding this morning are'1 I I complement of characters, or rather, singer-a careless Impulsive,
= Saturday night last, for the benefit Then we have Shoes for the man or r
George Ade "types, makes "The
Ei Senator and Mrs. Samuel Pasco, thoughtless woman like most of her
: father and mother of Mr. Samuel I AT MILTONWADE of the was Odd a grand Fellows success lodge.and The greatlyenjoyed supper of County plays.Chairman'There a peer In its class I class-surrounded by scores of ad woman who is looking for style or luxury !
is
Pasco, Jr.. and the latter's brothers, by all who attended. I the action which keeps an intensity the spectatoron about mirers. ,One among all these Bernard and who wants the finest that money can -
Messrs. James and John Pasco and Dufren she loves. Six monthsof
Misses Mae and Elsie Scott and: the qui vive at all times.
In the
buy-$2.50. $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 and $5.00.
:d aunt, Mrs. Turnbull all of Monticella JERNIGAN, PROMINENT Mr. Hill, of Pensacola, were pleasant! forceful character after chair- happiness in a little house at '
county
Relatives of the bride-elect who area .. visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I man, Jim Hackler Mr. Ade has drawna Etlenne and then.laza' hears St.1 Shoes for boys,misses and children-$1.25, ., -
here are Mrs. Simpson: her grandmother YOUNG DRUGGIST,_ SUFFERS Whiddon I her lover Is untrue to her-that
Sunday. -
e part so powerful and fascinating, $1.50 $1.75 $200 $2.50 and $3.00
: and Mrs. and Mrs. Simpson, has made a legal wife of a young :
PAINFUL Miss Allie Seals,of Pensacola, visited and withal so true to nature, that
laT, uncle and aunt. :They are from Arca- ACCIDENT. relatives here Saturday ari: Sun the very straight forwardness and simplicity woman of social station in Paris. I Our Shoes come from manufacturers who
flla and are guests of the :Mallory of i The tiger in the woman is aroused.A -
everything he does carries have a reputation for making the best of
,
Special to The Journal. day.Mrs. visit to the f
I Paris and
family. I I Guss Riss and little daughter with it the conviction 'that he is trip to a ( ,
Milton Flo., Nwr. 5.-Wade Jerni.gan
unconscious rival the Shoes in their lines. If i
home of her
a who
,- Hermina, returned to their.J1ome in man will brook no defeat and
a young,_druggist of this place, succeed in natural -
the city Sunday night after;spendinga that his final desire will be accom- real Mme. Dufrene, i f
MR. AND MRS. MCDAVID'SHALLOWE'EN ..the. was aecidently.shot last Sunday while week here with relatives for the pUshed sequence. Poor, jealous Zaza has
PARTY. out on a pleasure trip aboard of a benefit of Hermina's health who ,is There is a soft glow of romance but one thought-to revenge herself. "I
launch in the Blackwater bay._ I,much improved. pervading the atmosphere of "The While waiting to meet Mme. Dufrene j i Boston Shoe Store } j
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley J. McDavld de- He,was ont'with a party of friends I Miss Lavada ,Brown spent the day County Chairman" which finds its expresSion a little child comes in, the young !I ,
hallowe'en in the best of. spirits. and in at- and aftera i
othHgutfuily entertained on an with Miss In the love story between daughter of the household "
pleasantly Sunday
t to at their cozy home in New City., the tempt to take- np his' Overcoat over very Nina Smith in Cottage HilL, Lucy, the simply sweet daughter of pathetic scene in which Zaza real : 117 S. Palafox Street. Phone 690. I I If.
ting hostess being gowned in :white with which a'gun,belonging to one of the Mrs. Fonda Seals and Miss 'Lime the miserly Judee: Ri bY. and the izes the. blow she would deliver at i

;ber yellow girdle collar and sleeve ribbons party had been placed, he aoddently Walker, of Pensacola, were' pleasant young lawyer, Lifford Wheeler. the child and the innocent mother'l! [

''me- i threw down the weapon which was visitors here Sunday. The cast was not as strong' as the she completely f.
cea On entering the parlor the guest$ discharged'wounding him In both Mrs. E. J. Stokes and little daughter one here last year, but it was enjoyable makes her acrifice returning to St.I '$ 4 9 44 +,,,,,t : '
were greeted on aH Bides by blackma nevertheless.The Etlenne without telling her story.
legs.The Winnie, of Goulding were pleasant r
'
cats, and at the close of the evening wound' are somewhat seriousas visitors here Saturday! and Sun. 1 I Her ,separation from Dufrene r ; i'l
Each the shot'severed of the Little Joker.; and when a year later Your
girl carried one away as a one principal day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. quickly follows I I The Appearance
'lr' Eouremr blood ,veeoels _and it. was fortun- :Whiddon. Arthur Dunn, the clever little comedian they meet again Zaza now a -
A After Indulging: In all kinds of ate that Dr.!' EHLrlage was In thai! who was l last seen in The Run. star. with Paris at her feet ; w

einnsfng hallowe'en tricks, the dining party. as he dressed $the wounds and Sells Mere of Chamberlain's Cough aways" with great success, will appear -, has the strength though she still ;; I Dining Room ,f
r a room was: thrown open and salad, probably saved the unfortunate young, at the opera" house on Thursday loves him 'devotedly, to resist his : .
r to cheese-straws: pumpkin pie hot choci -man's life..._ _j- Remedy than ,of All Others Put: ,- Nov. 8. in his 'new musical com weoinz, and sends him back to his ':

i ( elate, bon ,bong. pop-corn and. apples Mr. Jernlgan is a son-of Oliver Jernigan Together.'. edy. "The Little Joker." by Herbert, .. wife and daurhterwhije .she lives i depends largely upon the sideboard which i it! t !
were served. TJie glitter of cut : also 'of'llltori, 'and 'the family :Mr. 'Thos'George a' merchant at Hall Winslow 'lout'her life alone. I' contains. Certainly no other piece of furniture '
um glass and:sflrer being softened by the is prominent:all oVer West Florida. ML Elgin, Ontario, says: *"I have had The comedy: said to be far super 1 In 'the- title role Miss Montgomery j t' !
rod yellow glow of candles. the local agency for Cha 1 berlaln's for to "The Runaways," and the mu- has found a- rant admirably t gives so much pleasure to the house* :1 :

t u The guests were Misses )Maytae Bilious Attack;Quickly'Cured. 'I Cough Remedy every since-it: was In- sic which is entirely :new and up-to- suited to her capabIlities in every direction :; : wife than a handsome sideboard. .' t

In Willis and Effte Bell Duncan, Same A few wteto 8&01; had:a bilious troduced into Canada, and I sell'as date ,bright and catchy while new and the: large. supporting; : I !

)uld Coats, of Consul Ala, Kate Loftin. tack that was- so severe' I, was notable I much of it as I do of all other linesI dances, new lighting and scenic effects -comrany contains" several names' IF
vaYlrgie Klasmeir and Messrs. John to go io the'office'tor two days.1 have on my shelves put: together. and costumes from special original prominent! on the local 'tage.FERUCHI i $15 to $65 't f fi

:**hJones, James Gillis Isham Harris Failing to'getrelief from: :my family Of the many dozens sold under guarantee designs, make gorgeous stage

lent Will Richards and Eugene Reese. physician's treatment, I.,took three ofChamberiah 'I I have not had one' Mtle 're-.pictures.The COMING SOUTH i All have fine mirrors, drawers for silver and t
cast includes Marie Glazier IN A PRIVATE YACHT
recommendthis
be Each departed delighted with their Stomach and Liver turned. I can personally '
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Den future and: especially pleased withto Tablets and the next :day I felt likea medicine as I have U9* d it myself Kitty Nelson, Jean Salsbury :Ann The New- Tori- Herald: of Saturday I i linen and large apartments for storage. i

' new man.-H.: c,.. Bailey. Editor of and given it to my cliUdren anJ I Dale, Bessie Fracilin, Harry Leone, has -the !oUo'r1nconcrrolns a' theatrical -
the News Chapin S. C. These tablets always with the best results." For Bert Merket Harry Burgess, Oliver company well known in Pen- ;

v I are for's.1e by all:.druggists. i I[sale by all druggists. Holden, Louis Christie and other eacola: i UYNOWPAYLATER. i
IfNervous clever people' of equal note and a j.
Women Anyway 39 of them expressedit
I of the
large chorus prettiest singing iet !day. the actor folk aboard : .-
and dancing: girls and a dozen of the .
TheJourthI'i Daily Fashion Feature show Mr. Dunn the, good ship Lasronda which will;
most handsome girls
clear for ..soJtJJern.IOrts to-morrow &
Ar. Usually MARSTON QUINA I
Their Sufferings has ever had the pleasure cf encasing. : the delights :I f;
Due; ,to Fem l. Disorders there to afford the natives '
I ta- cf the tteatre, will not ha-ve .
tare P.rhsp. UnsuspectedA \ ". jl 'y. S New songs and several them are to, worry about waiving back to: 108/110. S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Ptoiacola, FU.' f'
. "- sure to become irpalar at once, "IfI fear
have to
they'll
-- rouway-all:
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A MEDICINE. .THAT CUBES Were Only _Taller." The: Little ) ; .. ............ ...... .
; "The will'be'swimming.EvtryboJy! ..... ... ...... .. .............
the ---- Joker. "May I. "Terasita bas beard of the actors I
'A and "The Fairest Flowerin ---
/ Window, ----
,-.--fr Can we dispute t.' :,r",: Dixie" are some of .the biggest hits. wlios P. companies>>It remains travel for Chelso in "specialtrains" Peru : ............................. .........t..... ..........
s.the well-known \. a- ,
Jf
_ _ fact that American t / '" -"Zaza." chi-an American despite his nameto i
-- w women are ner- Why Is "('villle1* such a popular take his trout about in a private THE I II3SKATINO

'ig1 1 vwutHowoftendowa play after, all these years? Because yacht, for the Lasonda is a well appointed -f: BRUCE '
,, single screw vessel- with accommodations -
of love's working In
it tells a story .
.r.1 V ,,? hear ta* xprs-. for fifteen persons -
the
woman's heart, of developmentof
In I : .;. tik1 o, "I am so ner ':-, a weak human being Into a creature calculated to satisfy the most fastidious -: :
a

1e _- eI viiitneemsaaif'si should fly;" or, capable of the heroic sacrifice road, 'let"usually alone'means actors' discomfort to whom if"the not RINKII '
of .
e.1 "Don't speak to under the influence a supreme pas- hardship: 1 -

.....J fJl.E.r, W me." Little things sion.Pierre Berton has. taken the same Pernchi" announced by his postersto
oy you and lie he **a- ftron favorite in the Southland .
the in which >
0 i 9e theme for "Zaza. play
_ make you irritable; you can't sleep. _4III net,, without theatrical ex
o Mrs. Leslie Carter scored such an ; J? i
,
- you perform are unable your daily to quietly tasks and or care calmly foryour ..w.iMli'C/ V O- emphatic success ,throughout the entire *>erience. la fret it is by reason of I Ii Is .6ecociing a very popular ;i -
of business
OU and in which Mabelle h1* wide knowledge the -
ohUArea. 0 ,, O country ::
ir.iiiii, I 'Montgomery Is to be seen at the that ce.'has devised this method. the 1 resort.. It will be open with :
) The relation of the .. .. .
nerves and Ale :
generative which he Is assured.
of -
aLW here on Wednesday success says !
orffi&a in is close opera house : good muic every night except :'
woman so III' o.t With bin I Wife, who rejoices In the

r thai nJbe-Wnths of the nervous prostration .t e'if.' S ptI't night The main theme of the play, as stage name ofGynzene. he has headed -I: Saturday night. '
aervoiw debility, the MUM, 'II a : has been said resembles ""Camille npanfes' that have confined their:i .1.1i
and
sleeplessness nervous Irritability .5 -- '
V. : ; the resemblance ceases en- artistic efforts to' territory outside of I ,
aria from some derangement of the C bu\there -
grgaaUxa whie raatoea,her a .woman.. 5f L. Prondwar' and 'In suite tit in this has i! There will ban afternoon session three times a : l'i
achieved financial! success common
Pits InrlUtbllitf of depression; spirits restlessness easily affected tad, so -- with others whose reputations have,: i week, namely: Monday, Thursday and Saturday ,for i.

that one minute she laughs the next never penetrated the fastnesses of I ladies and children only. Positively no boys over the '
minute weeps; pain in the abdominal Chases Sanborne'sSeal llttle old'New:'York. For ten years he I I: .
:
region and. between the shoulders; has maintained summer theatre in j r. age of twelve will be admitted. lI l-

loss-()f' voice; aervotta dyspepsia Knoxvllle Tenn.. end be has been the :
; a J. I'S
Coffee 1 General admission lOc of skates lOc extra.
tendency to cry at the least provoca Brand Herr ,Director In 'similar} enterprises I ; use fII f-

,. tion- .ll these point to nervous protrttioa. *- in Chattanooga. Tenn-. Aniusta, Ga, : A good chance for, alj ladies and children to learn the
\ that and Columbia, S. C. In addition, has I I J
J' \ This is the coffee of which I most popular art; of skating. Mrs. F.' B. Bruce and
Nothing Trill relieve this distressing sent t>ut road companies. one II i:
: condition and prevent months of prostration \ \ makes new friends wherever -: he intended to lead until the theatrical Miss Constance,Day will be in charge.

and suffering so surely as Lydia, 1<. it it served. It is cruise took form. ,
B. Piakham's Vegetable Compound. Pernchi'bought the Lagonda; in San : -
S the ideal family coffee of : and bronchi her hereunder -. 'f
:Mrs. M. B. Shotwell,of 103 FlatbnthAvenve :; dusky Ohio;
>
: Brooklyn, N. Y,, writes: ", -'S-: i'.4 hundreds of Pensacolians. her own power throueh Lake t tIi
Erie to:Bufato' then throurt the Eri I
1 cannot the wonderful relief I F.JEBRUCEI
have experienced eiprees by taking Lydia E. Pink- It ,has .that delicious final Intothe Hudson and down to Ii i I II f

+ bam getable Compound I suffered for flavor which is far West ,Forty-fifth street, 'where shellee.etaissQutun : ., t
i a long time with nervou praetration,backache i : :' 14.... .., ..5., .'.,..,.... ....,.. .......t.............. 1
headache, tal of appetite. I ccnld : superior to ;any: other, of Florida, commends -- -- -, ,
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J "not aWp..aad wwdd walk the floor aimecttnad 71' !'Combining both strengthand the feet Ion vessel* ,with which a seventeen is about premiere. The cruise .wifl be oontia Richard Phelps win do juveniles''* I
i I "
eighty
U e dpetort aad got BO bct* ',aodlite and be the vat a3oat The boat It' ,
to the Bahamas
ued along the coast: and
purity. .. The. Pernchl Gypzene I l
wa* abqrdiB. I wa adviMd to trrLjrdla 's : footh am
B. nakbam1! VWetaU* Cwnpwad, ', ." ....- Company win strike the Deleware-i! and It will ,last' welt into to be the home of the company no
odtthai worked woaden for tee. Raritan Canal at Amboy and work ApriL A repertoire- derea.'plecesIs matter how long the stay In a town.
=-' SHIRT WAIST OF FRENC H WASHABLE FLANNEL f I I
'hi am a well woaaay. mrnao_Is aDI down,.the__Delaware. ... ,River to the Dell provided and everything needeJ maybe -
pone and"aiy friends My I loek tan'yusrsI ,For cold weather,_we&r....the blouses boxplaitKhich-hides_ the-closing.: .he- 1 Cahn & CO. awareXJhesapeake: : Canal and Into the. for the perfonnancestnrludlilg the ".
ChapjretJ: Hangs.
,,
younffw. or'-Bach'material ing trimmed : Sol to' Norfolk Va.: actors will be ,carried abroad thc 4, -
win not tiie volume*of leHere from of flanneL _albatross,.. by groups of small pearl Chesapeake Bay 1anu agent Wash your tu4. with al1 a
will,-replace those of,linen and thin buttons. Buttons were also used on There the vessel win go through the yacht except ,
women ms4estroeg Lydia B.Pinkbm's Food Store.Sootb with .
by Pure will dry a lQ'if'berlalA' T
the plaitsbelow :eJoke) on..eacl The. Dismal -- pCanaI; avoiding 'the Maurice Brown Kirby., 'Who go. uas
I at '
Vegetables eo&viace that are'in ,vogue S"'
Compevnd cotton present
side of the front. of the rala.... sad IslMdenclsPhones Hatteras, and at ahead by'raIL : -; rq
The back .
StC'rn e.r : of emerge -
all women of Its virtues? Snrelj!. you tdtketch showing one' of the new waist was laid in three box plaits.'j passage Lookout to take the outside Mr*. Ritchie mother :of Gypzene bedan.1a 9>. ... ';# '
I Capt:.
ctnnot wish to' remain nick, weak models' In -Jr&I iiett..- The 'de- The sleeve, was finished by ',a! cuff U 8. to Jacksonville. will act as chief stewardess when not, This salve is alFor -iit h'd.LieaZes.
and route
""K**dieooBraged< J"** -.- ", exhausted- each eared day, EignihowB: they foqni and rounded the upper part-of which was curved,,: \\vnmington-N. C., will see the playing "chara ter,old_woman" roles. -.. as1t !" >

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;r1REAIL.. : EST ATE f. $5 or $W Do. You:' ''Pay : 'E' rS ie I I PANAMA; CITY I



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f ) : FOR SALE : TO HNVast of Your t. : I $1500-Lot* 14' to '18.: block 179. :Maxent: I .
Income
: tract.front bard three street lots Fisherville. and i FLORIDANEW I

In some vacant tots on' Cast HII You :
I can buy them for (00 a1Id up.; paying IS For ]Rent ? $ 800-All"of'block 140, West King tract

cash and $4 a month. They; are.meress--
[ : 2 Dwellings' en .large corner .let, ,,107x110 feet, excellent neighborhood. Ing In value every day. and you can. get 9 32S-lotsbIock. 109 West King tract. i

,.,n. twrlaht: street .......'.............J..........:............ S4500 00 a for good profit finish out paying of your for Jnvestment them., be. f'llO-Lots, 21 and 22, block U, West i
you .
.room;dwelling on East 'Zarragossa street, near,Seville square. ....$2100 00. .1 --:-- If you pay"any rent at .King, tract (east..l20 feet'). DEEPWATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL |
207 West
,l30Q-'ob.tl-m.blocks.1I3 and ,
; Large .story dwelling .en. East intendencU, street ...................$1000 00 all inhere tract. '
: : RENTS COLLECTED. AND PROMPT just drop King, i
as. BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY
y-roem-dwelling 'excellent neighborhood, on East Hill, with lot 110x- RETURNS MADE. .. ,, & ; On
SOld City.
: Of.et,'stone walk stable, etc. ..............,.,,.........,..,..$4500 00 MONEY PLACED AT INTER'EST ON most any dayand let us o0oLetiii.. Intendencia. jlock street.. near Barlen, i
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i REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES _
: 2-81ol'y.8.room dwelltng.cn Wright street, near Palafox ..........$8000 GCf talk to you about thehouseshome'swe 77x170. .
WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN
6.roomdweliIng' on corner lot-on East Gadaden street, let 120x1334 PROPERTY CAN SELL.. >YOU $7875- -Lot 'on southwest corner Baylen Panama ,Hotel open, Saw and Planing Mill machinery :

feet,with bath and,gas ......................................... $3250 00 EITHER. can and Chase. hereV 'Cement-Block .Works here. 1200-foot :

i WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? sell for $3000 Lots "l tol 6.. block. 29, New City .
: small -
5-room dwelling desirably located on North Alcaniz street, with lot you a pay-
Store
50x170feet, ........,.::...................'....'..........?......,.,v... $2000 00 WE CAN SELL IT. East "Gregory. St : Wagon Wharf :r>uilf. Bank and buildings !

ment down and the balance Lots "18 to :0. block 138 New : Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. hearing
$1300-
6-room-dwelling at OouWing, fronting the.railroad, with 20 acres of Fire Insurance, Placed .in going-up.; : :
..................................................,........... $2500 00 like rent.McDAVIDHYER. CIty, .
jt First-Class Companies. .. i. the city.-. -
; 15d.: $1000-Lots 11 to 14. btecK 149 New City. :
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HQ: TON & WATSON I Ij LESLIE E.. BROOKS' $. 435-det'l"-Lots 7'milL and'8;.block 118. near Sau. i- i. GET' IN ON. IRE GROUND FLOOR !*


"THE RENTAL Real Estate $ 475-For i jots fronting North Pala- .
j ,AGENTS'- i CO. '. fox street. '/ :I Write or See :

and Ina Tanee. $1300 All bK block :117. East King Tract .
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i ::1 Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, i Agent ,f ew ,York ,near.Saundefs' mUL .
462. 112 S.-Palafbx.
Phone :
REAL ESTATE COMPANY
THEPAHA'MA CITY
LIfe Insurance Company. $13, 00-Geta-.an elegant lot on Garden :
No.; 37S. Palafox Street. Phone No. ST. Southern Hotel SOx- I
\ 54. 100 EAST GOVERNMENT street iS2.;. ..near-.
Phone 700. Pensacola: Fla. J
r MM ) < $2S00--r-J'OOni.: ,......... .. ..........,...........................

_. ._ _ _ _ _ _- _ For"afle$3OO ,cottage. East Jacksonstreet
.-: -I.J \ ,,, bath,and.. gas. Lot 60x150. -=

: HELP WANTED. WANTED. $2000-Gets 6iots.onflorthwest the!. neat little 'cottage corner Gard'n with- LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPUI.

and ,F: streets.. -It's a bargain.
:WAN'TD-TraveIer 'established W A1"TEDGovernment Time Between Pensacola and Points North.
dol:: stenographer MilLlliONUS Through..nd Local Tables
house. Twelve weekly) to -wishes stenography and typewriting FOR : $1850.-Will,buy 5 small houses on West -
.tart Expense paid. References. Address work: outside of regular business hours. Jackson street in fairly good condition I .
George ,O..Clows, Pensacola. Fla. Address Box 512. City. 6novlw _and Tent for' $25 per month. DOWN' READ UP
4novlt I .I; fII Tra n.
for an artistic' and up.todateroom $3 150. :. For a ''very comfortable home on !'jr: ; : NOt _
kWANTEDSO: ifind the business man W.ANTED-Room and board by gentle and hall cottage. -with all modern conveniences \ ; East Jackson- street on car line ..... .... _
11:05pm 1 :SSsm .................. &.... .. :- 6ooaml( 4.i4p:!I
West ,
.wtic;,.do.1 Dot like Chickets. man where there are no other boarders, on Chase street' -- on;carline and Overlooking! the bay. t 1:30am 1Opm Ar............:....lfont omery.................Lv S5JJU1'lI:15&.m
avtNTEDA and where his company would be appre- ; 11:4agm 8:10pm Ar.....,...-.Blrmin ................ 4:20pm! 1:3:1ara: :
; Sertant. at once. White or ciated. No objection to widow. Give $ 600-House and lot on West' Zarragossa 1:15pm: 3:17am ...-............... .................. $.4ianm 2.lamp

-colored-JOll; Xorth Spring street. 6nov Address full particulars R and B.as, care to rates JournaL and 6novlw locality. I $4500-208 West Gadsden street two two- street, rents 88.00. Good bargain. L37aznl ................... ......._....... .... 8lam 2OI.n
W"TED-Mnt-cJa8S man to take en- $425 story. 7-room and hall- house, lot $5000-Buys"'a" swell little' ome'on North 801111I,1 ..15am'.Ar...........:.;.;..;Evansville..Lv t 3:00am ':%Opm
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,dre charge of loggin go ratlons. which WANTED I 1 48Vixl50 south. fronton car line.nicest Hill. Owner does not want it advertised *:1:10pm A.r. ; ;; .St; 1:45pm3Zopmn: I
(consists w attdtier and teams logging condition.-Desk: and Iron safe in good I Cash or Installment plan, for 714 North neighborhood IR the Li. ;, call and let us show you. 7:1 p'nI 3:2am L ..,.;.......!.....Nashville..................Ar 3flam Zl5&.mZ'JOam.
(0,009' fee per day.Also bidder fore Address. P.. O. Box lit, City.It HD" street. 2 rooms and halL'- CottageIn gas and sanitary connections. 8:10am{ Ar..L ................. ,J12:45am iOpm
-for'Lidgarwood Pine Logger. Ad,4CEC.'Care : first-class condition.:; On. large lot carry'a $3000 mortgage on this. $3500-If you can be Interested In Invest- 'T:20an3112bOn'n r..u..C clm1a ............!.....Lv 11.00pm ':OOpm
: *: : ::: .Journal. 4novlw ment property,. take a look at ,5
e WANTED-:Position as saw filer or superintendent -; $5250-On North Baylen str *t7-room and lots and cottage 'on the northwest
WA'N'rFA1' ONCE,.a good house girl, I or mill foreman by a hall cottage, cabinet mantels bath xrorncr Reus' and Cervantes.. It's BETwEEN PENSACOLA. MOBILE AND, NEW ORLEANS.,
either' whtte"OI' colored. Work light; & 3& % i
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ttdy422orth Palafox. 4nov Address J.Vi., .. Lasseter. Andalusia. Ala. of Interest. stables. lot (0x125. Very .
6novlm Mortgages on real estate 5n this city select neighborhood $ -..No.4 15 North Guillebard street T:00ais : :$& .......... acola..Ar J i.lIOam 4uupm4 ':il'Pl1
WANTED-1kst-eIass installment s1esuan bought-and sold ". 10:46am 2:65am A:12pm Ar......,......Moblle.-.........Lv U:4Oam!U:59a.m Zllpp
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and collector. References.required. WANTED-Every girl in town to ask All of the Maxent Tract.rest of -:C" On West Gadsden street 7-room $.<25-3-room house. :North 7th 'avenue. Coopm 1:15am 8:16pm Ar........ New.Orleans..Lv I 8:15pm ........1 '.% a"FLOMATO
,A'ddress-S. x..CUe.JournaL 4novlw -her father for Chiclets. street now. for sale. and hall cottage. cabinet mantles rents-$ .OO per month.!
bath electric lights, 'every
gas. PENSACOLA. RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.
"A."TE1SeYerai. white seamstresses at modern' convenience.The nicest $1600. -No.>II0 North 6th avenue, 6 rooms
e-nce. Apply.At 11$ West Government WANTED-To rent a house on North place In the "city that Is for sale.- ,niceshade 2 blocks from car.J0OBran 21 I 5 I 1. I 3-. I- Trains do not atop at stations Z I 4 1 I i I :2
Street 4nov HU1 with C or 7 rooms; will lease for Can sell very.cheap. Dally Daily Dafl7JDallyIwhfre[ n' time is shown J I Dally! Bail Dailyl Dan,
one year from date of December 1. Address new '2-story 7-room. well ...... 4:65 ITG 2.501 Lv..Flomaton..Ar 1:45 1:25 ':%5
WANTED A nvrse. Apply 83 ,North Pensacola Investment Co. 3nov2t Fisher Real $3ooo-on': at Hill b ock' from car Iiru-. built house, with two lots on East ...... 6:00. %:'S %:55 ........;.....Century............. 1:40 11 11.... .
H Baylen. Snovlw. ESJate.Agency' 5-room cottage and bath and showerbatlr. Gadsden street ...... 5:07 Ziil ..ao! .........B1U1t Springs .......... .1:33 1IS 8:15.. .. ,
\ AJ'o"TED-To rent for sIx! months nicely hot cold- water. cabinet ....!. 5:17: -2.61 ..1:20 ............McD&v1d ............ -12. 1:05 8:06 ... ..
WANTED. -Half-frown boy to work furnished house with. four bed COLLECTION Of RENTS 4 mantles, city water:, neat and $5500-Buys a 7-room 2-story, also 4- ...... 5:10 304: -3:1' .........Plne Barren........... ..1:08 12:25 '1:5i... .
..bout.die place. Apply IS West Jackson rooms. Address P. O. Box 443. 2novlw modern In .every respect very room .cottage These houses arewell ..';... 6:1' .1:13: --S.5 ...............J4ollno ............. ..11:69 12:43: '1:47...--
corner Baylen. SNovSt SPECIALTY. *r large lot goes with house. built, with 'all modern con ...... :43.. ..... ....:0 f............Quintette..t1:51. -12:347:39. ......

WANTED-Good man in each county to I I WANTED-Experienced. man 'wants position Phone 87. 201. S. Palafox l _St. ,$3000-North Cevallos street two- stOry. -. veniences.sooth half of The block price situated includes on 9th the :::::.: :d11; ; :m! -.-. ::::m till:::::::::: :ngi;: ; : lU ::::.:

: represent &Dei''advertise co-operative of references.as foreman in planing'' '' mill. Best 7room house, gas'! bath and Sanitary avenue. ...... :6:01 .1:14 .4:23 .............OOnsaJu............ .-11:35 '12:21 1:31... ....
department. pt out. samples. etc. Old Address 'A. Care Jour. connection. ,This will make a ...... 4:03 'lU ., .. .
naL' I .1 "- -4:26 ..........Roberts........".... .11:331:19 :% .
etabiahed. business house. Cash salary inoviw'WANTEDTo nice home. ...... -1:15 .3:45 .':40. ...;..........0Ilve.4.;.......... .11:22 't2:09 .1:15., :: ':
321.90 weekly. Expense money advanced. MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESSES ,. ...... .':Z! -il. -4:48 ................Brent.............. ..11.151:04 ...
Permanent position. Our reference.Bankers' rent a six-room-house in $3250-On East Jackson street on the carline ,..... 6:25: .3$4 .': ..-....... Goulding ............ .....III .1:01 81:091.1:05 . .
: national Bank of Chicago. a desirable neighborhood by a perma- and,hall overlooking bath the bay. gas.lot8hI3'l 8-room L..S e'. Brown & Go.2Q15 ....... 1.30 4:0 :511: rH....... .Pensacola.........Lv 11:05 11:55 7:0111! .
Capital .JXOOiUWO. Address Manager. nent tenant. Address. Box 103, City. RE-OVATEP-New tick cottage. and .
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The' Columbia House Chicago.. Ill..Desk ISoctlm furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car- %. You cannot build' the No.tlf \
Jfo. 1 :3Nov4tXITS : pet taken up and matting laid. .Lea,, house for the money. I I :
Thies
... I ? n Building. : I I- I tXi
A\t"TED-AU kinds beer bottles. I pay orders at Watson Parker Reese Co.'s. .- ____._. f I
.v A reliabip nurse Apply 820 I 15c dozen. 1 handle all leading brandsof Wesley Duncan. -'.ep :POOG-.t'd.Chase street between DeVllliers : ....... .... !;" Lv......!...Peneacola..Ar. 10:60...'.'... ......IIlH
'and Coyle. south front. S 5:20--------.7:13 .......;;.. ........ .. ..
JKortllBaylen atreea Inov I wines beers and whiskies. and still ."We Sell Lots. ,Bohemia. ... ..... .10: ;
-' manufacture that well-established cough DR. A. W. HERMAN. Chiropodist I C rooms and hall cottage, modern S ...... .. 7:15 ...........Gull Point........... .-10:33....... .... '9-53
3.Aaalata4 shipping ('I rk. i medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragonaand room 301 Brent Building.- floor. All In every way. lot 55 feet -front S_ 5:22.:; .......... ...-.. ,............Yniestra............ ..... ............. 'IO: O1:18
.MM to able to tal|t lumber. Apply to Government Sts. lloct corns. bunions. ingrowing nails removed I Can sell on easy terms. 5:29........ -.' ............Escambla............ .-108...... (,: "
SAuntfcTB M1Q Co.. Bilent Road. Sloctlw scientifically without pain. Manicuring ::4: ...... 15 ................Muiat............. .10:19 ......
I. WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old a specialty. i .2.4octlm I$3150-:-East Gregory street; '.J'OOm house. FOR SALE.FOR : :: ; ...... ;..:f; .....,_......Harp.............. .. ...... \\.1I:3:
WA1D-.Eagraver. clock and Jewelry hats made Cleaning large deep lot stables on car line. a-........ 735..GaIt City............ .. ...... %
new. pressingand
d repairer, wtth tools. State experience, I blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. TREES-Shade. ornamental or'' fruit House in good condition. The 6:03.: ...... '139; ..............)Iltton............. : ...... : !
age arc salaxy expiected. The -O. Panamas. See; Straws. lIe; Felt. 35c; 'trees of all kinds; also hedge plants price is less than it would cost to SALE-Six-ton schooner. 36 feet $.3a...... ;....: .. Rall&'e............. ............. ':b
Drug Store, FlorSla. Ala. 20octwhite K.j Derbys 25c. Victor Louis. 100 E. Inten- furnished and planted by S. D. Jackson build the house. over all. 11 feet beam round bottom 7:03.. ..... 8:19. ... ...HoIta...._.......: ............. ':li
I denoia street All come in. 6octlm on terms to suit customers. Best refer. copper fastened tight and in good condition C 76 ...... 1:30... ............ ..MUli< ences. Address S. D. Jackson.. City. W.'ITED-4 flve'or six-room'cottage on .. with good sail and gear. A bargain. 7:40....... 8:111 ...... .....C tyjew............ ': ...... In
*: .NTED-2Jeat girl to do office I WANTED AH J4octlm East Hill not too far out. Must be King & Runyan. 4nov : 8:0: ...... : 8:51 Land........... ...... ......... 1:01
work. Apply room No1, Masonic I owners or poultry to modern. .
Temple.. 19oct. : know that we are agents for the cele-. WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPWeare FOR SALE OR LEASE-6-room and hall : .:::::: :::::: ;; :1 g;::::::: .. :8:33.:f ... ... n;

: brated Conker's tu Poultry, Remedies. Guaranteed now in our new quarters %U'EaSt 19 lots on North Palafox street between I cottage., with outbuildings attached S 9:33........ : ':U. .;...........A.rgyl.............. .. : :: :: :::::: ';4
W.url'ED-Ptrat} carriage blacksmith : kill fleas cure lice rope and coolers mites. gape and to Intendencia.[ and prepared todo every- 15th and 16th streets. Corner 14th avenue and 15th street. Write ....... '.57.. ..........Ponce DeLeon......... 6:28:
and Good wonderful Also their thing In wagon and carriage building and Some money to be made In theseas .J. M. SCare Journal or apply 31$ East -..,... 10:10 ..WestvUe............ 744.S 1:04:
WOQQ/Norker./ John position. I Co. Phone egg No.producer.334.: F. S. Mellen & repairing. E. L. Herring City. Hoc a speculation ......it.l:.....$2500 Romana street. 4nov ...... 11.:15 ........!...C.mtle............ SiJ:
for right & ':lPensacola. Fla.G. Welsh.Carrs ISapr. 10:22\: \......... : .............. ............ 1:65... .... ..... 5:
Works 9oct TATIRANCE Ic .ADAIR.. .Livery De-The northeast quarter of Meek I.$. FOR SALE-Cow and calf. Apply 210 ... .... 10:47 ...............Chlpley............. .1:37 ..... ... 4::,"
I WANTED.-At once, a four or five-room Funlak; single or double teams, nightor New City. 5 lots. Just across' the '_East Intendencte. J. M. Clutter 4nov 11:1ZI... ...:.. .....10.il ...... ..Aycock.... .... 1:27.-.. 4i
-. cottage. Must be close in and In goodneighborhood day; new rigs good service, polite street from Bear's new residence 11:43....... ...... 11:07: ............CoUoJldale........... I: ...... 4:4
"BOARD AND ROOMS. Address 123. Care'tour- drivers. Give us a trial. -hone 59. : they are worth 31500. will FOR SALE-T naL 25sept Coctlm sell if sold quick at ....,..........$1400 Very gentle., Address B. H. Lindsey. 1 11:44............. :: .. ..........Cyprt............... :3....... 3:1':
Crestview,'].' .- 4novlw .11:51i....... ...... .11.Grand Rk1 e..h..... .5: ........1:07
TOE BZN'-Niely furnished 2-story. TAILORING-B.. It, Diamond. Tailor. DRAWINGS all kinds HuB Engire,' 1:13...... ...... .1.:0.: ..............8nead.............. 52l .. '43
-4 cottage en Norf.h Hill second door Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired Patent Office machine and misc. madeat I FOR SALE Bridge score pads. 25c; ,........River Junction......... 510; :::.t: :::::: i 3"
; from ear Bne; T, M-oms. .all conveniences. on short, notice.. NO. 11% West. reasonable rates. Patentable ideas.de- List your property with me,if.you. want "500" pads 25c. Visiting cards wedding 1:20..22:15.. : Ar ....Jacksonvlne..... Lv 4 ('j)
For particulars adldress "Cotuse," Care Government St.. Pensacola. Fla. veloped. Sail boats. launches.' Address quick results. I invitations fine stationery, M.Robinson. 9:05. FI
Inovlw W. C. McGowan. Pensacola, P'la..o.sepUaiJ'Pf .' 208 West Gadsden..e honc; 798. _
JoFOR'Iflfcil'l WANTED-A. R. Blngham wants your Representing Chas. H. Elliott Co., of Trains %1.and 2Z and trains 2 and 3 carry throuah sleeping car between Pensa-
--Two;nicely furnished rooms moving and hauling. He guaranteesall PORTER 'tlmaker. 716 South Philadelphia.. 3nov2w cola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air LIne.'
wftfe ceaitf. at -Hz West CHise. For breakage. Phone 630. to street. Orira taken for tents -
gentleman only. [Bath, electric light and awnings camp 'stools and .bouse 'cots. J. W. Bullock Jr.Real FOR SALE-One first-class turpentine .Traina .toponaIgnaL
telephone'Ia conntttion. Phone 1163. WANTED-Carriages repaired and etc. Prices reasonable 3J..j.:1Q.: farm. Eight crops low boxes. Round
repainted
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4novlw* timber ugh with place to cut .
floats built to order thirty -
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SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnxi* Oertlng! crops more. Do not apply unless
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.TWO-NICELY: furbished rooms in a privatfr shoeing Co.a specialty. Welsh Carriage & Co.. wholesale, and retail ship hand" l Estate and Mortgage' Loans mean business.Address box 77. De- I Pensacola. St. Andrews and GA. FLA.&ALA.RY. I
,- ** fanUiy. Relaneace required. Apply lers and grocers. Only first-class house Funlak Springs. Florida. Must be sold ,
C, -k 17 North Spring; sttwet. 4novh"-1 I WANTED-The Merchant Transfer Co. pf kind in -Ity. Fan- prices ,to all. Room 302 Brent Building. b3=. November .%Oth. 190S. 2novl2t Gulf Steamship Co. CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE I

.FOB. RETfT-Nioely. furnished on | wants your moving! and hauling. All CARRIAGES repaired, .an-*. repainted,' FOR SALE-Ten' different Pensacola STEAMER TARPON. Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta, I
-. Barcelona street; for rent. Phone 127. ,breakage P.raprletor..FhootL9 guaranteed.., T.. .B. Thors"n. Floats J>uUt to order., Horse shoeing Box 173. Phone 637 storm scenes' on souvenir postal cards W. a. BARR'OW. Msster. Ga.
? : : '- Inovlwhouse a' !peciaity.JW'* Welsh.CarriageCorn- for,25c, ., P. P. P., Box 336. City. Hoot FIRST-CLASS -
I pany! : 2.reb IGtJWaAND ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT
.::7RNIzD to unit. Owner to WANTED-All kinds of electrical work. .FOR SA.LE--Car load fine horses and ,ta
f. boa-i'd -With tenant. Ph.ne 285. or call i iv I I sell aU kinds of electrical batteries :MILTON LT HOLSTE ING 'HOP-WU-: I. mules Just received; also two mUch -Between-
; #"ll,3 But Gadsden street during the. and other electrical! supplies. When you lie Mlms Proprietor. Furniture. "repairing FOR SALE.. I i cows with calf. Can be seen at barn on PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICO. Southwest Georgia and West
.*.1'.. Inov, need me ring 345 or 955. E. W. Peake. 'or an kinds carpets laid. furniture _- West Intendencia street. Turton & McMillan LA. CARRABEU.E.. ANDREWS
New Star Laundry'Bldg,-E- Carden. packed for shipping. Phone 63. .: .* 28oct ; MILLVILLE.And Florida.Via .
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XXC35LT furnlah I Next to Tampa landing.. 22aprO II _
: .o rooms for rent. FOR SALE-Driving mare. 4 years old. A St. Andrews
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: -With or :without boanl; privilege of bath WANTED-Second-hand sacks of an descriptions gentle good traveler. Any lady can FOR SALE-One-half Interest In the O. all rabelle points and 'Apslaehlcol Bty CaN
,.,,,,,4ph":: convenient .to.car line. Ad- waited. If out of town. ship MRS.JOHN CREART Has the ag ny for drive her. C. R. Taeger 200 Thiesen K. drug store. Florals Ala. Purchaser SCHEDULE. Steamer Lines, Carrabelle
slresa 136fi'Eat Gadsden street..27octlmo* them to'us; If in town, ring us up at No.I "Hole-Proof Hosiery. With, Vry s building. Nov. must be. 'competent to manage business. '
I I 334. or bring them to us at corner of pairs you get a guarantee that they will Clean stock;. cash trade. H. H. Me- Leaves Pensacola Sunday.. 8:10, p. n .. Fla.and.
ferHREB VNFVRNI HOD ROOMS with, Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen! & wear IlK months. Phone. 55. or call at FOR SALE-One, nice revolving showcase Dougald,'.Proprietor 20oct for MbO Al*. '
nbath Apply :!! West.Be ont. 2Soctjriont. Co. 23juiy: 21 East LaRua.* SloctlwH. for Bale. Apply to 108 East Wright Leave Pensacola. Tuesday. 8:30 p. In.. GA.
: Z8oct* street. Inorlw' PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The for St. Andrews. :MIUvUl*. Apalachlcols, FLA. .& ALA. RY.
a._, 'I ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet JvunuO magnificently Illustrated Carrabelle and tntertnedlate poiaU. Low rates.. CIIlck..ervlc.., to TaiUNis-.
latOOMOFMuiatoed or unfurnished for. containing scores et For additional Information acpty to see and Qulney Fla.. Arlington
Mehlen
Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new magMine views of : Balnbrldae
.;.rent Privilege light housekeeping. 254 HOTELS.BRIGGS a specialty rootng.- guttering and A Sens' piano in han4some rosewood the city and harbor. For sale M all J. .R. $. AUPiOERS.E and Cuthbert, Ca.
c :ut Gregory street. 28octRZHT repairing.: 109 East Government opera <&8" A bargain. Piano can be seen book stores or at The .ourn&l office. By General.R. COBB.Frt, and Pass. President, for" Rates and information write te
house building. Phona'1311, 2junelm-by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. loct mail 20 cents. Ucst Afft Pen
bR- H. McWILLIAMS\
3 -Newly furnished tront room HOUSE-300 feet west of Union : sacDla,. Via, J. .
-4-private CatrJly. southern exposure Depot on Wright street: best location; : a .F. A. P. A.. Bainbridge, Ga.
; neighborhood and near business best rooms; best house. to stop at. Rates .
:festrble-Use of bath. gas and phone. SOc per day.; 21octlm R.SALE .1
: Apply. t. 422 West Gregory or phone 1S58.lpyt 'F .,
-S _ZSoctlm BROWN HOUSE-DeFumaK Springs. WflEYOUR WANT AD HERE. MONEY TO LOAN.
Good beds airy rooms., elegant ideals; levee ;
,NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. free bath and sample- rooms. 'Special : FOR SALE 10,000 round timberland
'.'with or i without board. Table board. attention traveling men. Rates $2.00pet 12.500 saw mill timber and saw UNLIMITED amount money to loan on
; l1oae.' Kas and I bath. No. 3 Palafox. day. J. R. Brown.. Prop. mill, 82-room hotel at aMMrgaln. Several ail kinds personal property on short
-x* \_- 2loctlm Send it to fhe Journal.office day or nigh When .you need help, have anything good Gentry farm3 A Setterjind and town Chtpley.properiee.Write Fla.. notice. Terms easy. Get my rates,before
going-Pllewbere. Star Loan Co. 1HH
; FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 HOTEL SOUTHERN--Open all the / %JaeptSECONDHAJ'o'D
South Palafox. toovlra
.W. Cha!. street. ,_Sloct Special year. summer American rates.and European First-class plan.In to sell rent exchange.. or .wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the SAFE for sal*,. used Pensa'cola
t ZOOMS .FOR RENT with privilege ofT every respect.- Pleasant and : $5000.00 to loan on good security.
conven- Address P.
only one year. O. Box 41%.
; uneof bath and 4work. Investment Company. Hoot!
'housekeeping ,
light ient. Mrs. T. L Bowen Prop., Pensa W. S. HooUn. 12 E. latendencla,
Tact
-; shone: en car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson. cola. Fla. ISapr : ;
e.. phon'1457.___lloctlm .I : : -I \ FOR S,4LE-Blaeksmlthahep HAVE YOU IDLE MONET In the bank!
u\l dwell I can get you 8 per cent on the bent
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'PLEASANT!: HOMELIKE PLACE to HOTEL-Open night :rda:7. Eu.ropean ing. excellent location near Ice factory: security. Leslie E. Brooks. 112
.i board on North HIll. second door from plan. Rooms clean. good trade. large lot good water reason possible ,ocUOMONKT
car line. For particulars.address No. 8 Transient' trade solicited. 575-579 South sx 1 !ORDINARY'' ;. WORDS MAKE : E' LINE able terms at Marianna. Pta Address South Palafox.
Zest Strong. lioctlmfXR Palafox. -Jos. S. Ntcolau, Prop. ; W. ]C.- Taylor. Chlpley. Fla. lOoctlm LOANED on real estate an
t- RENT-Room* cheap; real newly ; ., FOR SALE-A pottery'worb with steam personal property. .3. W. Bcw.fon::: H notice.Terms South
; s clean furnished rooms' suitable forlight f \ f r. : engine steam drying room mould easy.
St. 1144.
Phone
LOST. Palafox
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f" housekeeping on th. hUL Location and everything complete for carryiniToo
: high and healthy. Close to car one. business together the .
with finest
bed of I CAN LEND YOUR MONET at eight
Privilege Strong,, ef Phone phone 1213.and gas. Apply S14 lOaug B. LOST-The treat of your life. If you do / : : -1: pottery right clay in in thec:1ty.pl acambla county. Located per cent. If you have any that you
not use Chiclets. i : : .: : R. P. Reese. >l7 to or ad. want Interest on. see me about It. It
: : ,dress ICseptf will be ,abiiolutely safe on real estate
security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 4C2.
LOST-Sunday morning. liver and white '
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pointer dog'lIver; : : : 1' FOR SALE: AT. A,.BAROAI. -t.ooo
FOR RENT. '' spot on shoulder and ; (: i : ..! : brick. 85-hort MONET TO LOAN-Everybody borrows
one power
t( '.'. of hip:tall one eat ride' oIL of head Answers and to ear name liver tip of I I -. .; .. .. <.t .1 .\. .F.- feet 1-inch ,pipe This engine. engine Jus., tne 100 money from Jno.St. A.When Hall la& need Co. 144E. call

F I"Count" :Reward for return thing for a amaH sawmill. Address Box Government
.,9OR RE"T-A. ft. Bingham baa storage to George V .-:. ,- ,,, ''" us.MO"EY.
,:* crooin for rent suitable for fun Itureor |. \lpfrlan. %Znovlw: :ir ."- ..'- < -I I ;: 1. ,i ( -1' 1'- 103. Pensacola, .Fia. Siootlm on .
: other ?oods. 194; and 106 South Tar. : : Y: : ',: : ; & iJi LOANED on an kinds of personal
$:% ncona. strict. Phona 39.' LOST-A gold watch- charm. about the : : -' t. :_: : FOR SALEU-A barroom and all fixtures; property on short notice. Terms
sice; of tIc piece engraved H. K.. on pool and billiard tables etc. .In a flue J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. RomanI.none -
: --'-. one side and H. F. on other Reward for ,,=;:. ;' r. : .. ; : . . : .' :>. .: :i: .. I location. At a bargain' if told at once. easy. 1165. licitUNLDIITED'
return to 440..aat Main. znorlw* Address box 101..City.- 23ieptAUTOMOBILE
PERSONAL.CHICLETS : Hates- :rate ott.sr want ad filling the above space.i is:25 :cents first i insertion amount of money te lose

LOST-LadY. sold'wateh: lost either on .. ... .... ..._ -Sell or 'trade; nearly on all kinds of personal property live-I
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j. dummy or between dummy depot and : new and in good condition will aU or rial rates to business men on Iar$5
for sale at all the better Kandv Kltt'hflt.Reward for return to and 5 cents a day'for :each' additional 1 consecutive i insertion Send cash wit! the ad.:I trade for. a: good) toraec: .Address J. C. loans. TheNew York Loan Co 204\*.
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1 quality parity, : uses It,a feeling of peat, satisfaction I .I.........4 20 SEABOARD f: I ,
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: H..4. Oito 4 10 Old'uak.er :
L flavor and age WHY? Because he knows tfiat'"Vul Q ... ,-:.......:.....4"00 to 4 65 x AIR LINE RAILWAY ,
canite" is'th |h.. /.... 85 to 4 06
U make "old joe"a I .....,1 Roofing most perfect g)-,..... ..,*r r ....J SO to 4 05 ANNOUNCES A RATE OF ;:- '
economical D .. ...
ana wearing roof prctectiot 1 .r..3 90
favorft'iteogetwlselI- SAMPLE: UNOFFICIAL ALLOT AS made. C;.t..:.:..*:;:...:..3 80i ONE FARE
strong i {That's WhyVulcaniteRoofmg !Spirits Turpentine 64 cents. '
ARRANGED AND MARKED AS iT _
; Plus 25 cents to Jacksonville and return '
nQHtXn.D ; PENSACOLA COTTON
Jj"1" p MARKET. '
.
for the Public, and one cent per mn.
i BETfSO THAT: DEMOCRATI&.VOTERS The,following Pensacola cotton quota for Military Companies and Bran, '.
million bottlest' ; tions are furnished by J. p. O'Connor & Band Rate apply from all Agency ,; t
k- CAN VOTE I IT is UKIYERSALLY used. C&. F O. B. cotton brokers. Pensaoola. ,Station* Seaboard In Florida. ,: a
I ;
??aCqod
I
sold annually? STRAIGHTT. Old roofs be covered Middling .}% :
can quickly and Strict_ ? :
Middling :i..S; '
fall measure look like new. "No speculation about Middling ............S. Rye. DATES OF SALE. r i r.
1r &
Strict Low Middling: ....p.3"
"Vulcanite. p Stains and tinges nominaL ) 1
I convergent.pad&ge, So that every voter'may know how 'Ask for the"Honsi That lick'BuPt'Youcangetltrlghtherelatoyn. . November 5, 6, 7, 8 and, 9.\,.: ..
to for the "Democratic P New York Cotton Market. u
jote nominees p Open. High. Low. Close '
.
w moderate price, Tuesday, The I Jorantfal ha$ arranged.. January ... 990 ;-.9.90' 978 9.79 Pure and stimulating. Least Final Limit,,'Ail Tickets, November p 11. :
March .....10.03 1005 9.9195 19O ;
solieverywhere. th6 fpllowlng e unofficial talk> .,... I l'
(1 mplf May ; ;.10.14 10.15 10.05' 10.08 _
( A. M. Avery Hardware Co. December .. 9.85 9.85 ; I
''With the mark before the name of. p Liverpool Spots 5tZ. 9 70' 9.70 _reactive efiect, due to its Can on your ticket agent. :7 ; t tS.
'
( "b&b" atlanta each of the Democratic candidates. I :New York Spots 1030. '

the' f-.. BOYLSTON: Jr.. t
'
It should not be forgotten that perfect aging.
Grain Market. '.. -
MiMILlAN Ant Cenl Pass Agent.
L- name,'of H- Pope IeEe, Democratic BRdSTCfl; !"Wheat- P JACK50NY'LIE' ,;
candidate for'the ol must be December .,..74% -74j 74 '14. JAS. p P P.- t
1sl&ture, : : T .79 i F. TAYLOR, ;;
May '
% .794 78 78
% %
while
p written on'the'ballot by the voter and UFACTURt3 s- I(Corn- 'Worthy ur to get Traveling Pass. 1.Iftt.

and Alabama a cross mark (X) placed at the left : Open. Hteh.; Low. Close.' .
Florida Dcember ,.. .43% 43V 42% '42 ( -
IURPNTI %
below. The
of it, just as shown sample H it. EDWARD F. COST.
.. "
May .l'.U%. 44,% 41% 43% .
unofficial ballot ig as follows: P '. p P 2nd VicePresident.CHARLES P
Corn- Phone 16 Lewis Bear & Co., .
LAND COMPANY :, Open. High.. Low., Close B. RYAN. p
404-408
Palafax bt. '
P and 2-10 Main St.
...
Cent
P.
UNOFFICIALALLOT.: December .....U3H$% 34% 34% Agent
Mannlacturmri 'of : May ......,..<...35.. 3835% .35% Pen cola, Fla. 2 PORTSMOUTH ,

and Dealers In General Election November 6, 'A. P New York Stock Market

LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES D. 190$., Precinct No.v cambIa; u. Pac ...,.. 4<*f.:.*. 92% 92%.
,
AND KILN.DRIED SAP.SHIPPINGt Copper ..........111% luv' :
County, Florida. Make cross (X) A. S. :R.' ,,..,,.. .,...,,.1339k .. 134\ Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin DIRECTORYI t,
mark before the name.:of the candidate Atch. '....-I.s..{....:..:.102 1014

:of'your'Choice.'\:: A.J1. R.R.'.T. ,.' ;-.'..... ... 80% 156S 81%

1- & O.. ., ..... 119% 119% PROFESSIONAL* : '
NEWS Vote for one Erie .;,..r:.......:.44. -44
I For Representative in Congress from ot' C. F. 'I. .. ,... .. 6Z% 53% ................................ ................ :

U. S.iT. .' .'...........*...._. 474 47% i. .i T. G. YATES. M. D., \
the Third Dis-
Congressional
S. Pfd. 1
107
flowed % 107% .. .
lands, the creation of
-- trict of Florida a It. s..p h% 36% I I '
Board :oL Drainage Commissioners. L. N. .."'. ...-=... I I Op tiaan.
Arrived Yesterday. X : VM. B LAMAR.T. & ... .j. .14%
Oara E. RandeB;, Anj sch. 863. -Calbar- prescribing its power and Lead ..U.. *.*.- 'iG14 76'41 Witcher Zemurray & Co. '.% t
Jen Cuba to J.-A. Merrltt, A Co. :: P hL P. .' A. 94% 306 Thiesen 'Bu 1dihg. :
Cleared Yesterday B. MEEKER.'P duties.res. I. C. ...' % 173% I>. Ii Iit. '
Benedict Br ss. Roberta 1758 for : Can Pac. ........_.......n..lj6Y.a 176 a i Twenty years' experience as an Eyt r: I !;:
Hamburg with 20,63 febls rosin. 2.000 P Vote' for Two ". N-' T. C. ..... .....130 129% Commission Brokers. Specialist. Examination.;. free, tl .'s
: >.
nnocs turpentine. .,* J 0.-J..c.- 89 89 .
fcuterpe.; Br ss, Wake :::S8. for Havre. I For Justice of Supreme Court- Constitutional Amendment Article Reading' .....;......k..........147% 147% I Frederick Auafetd. R. M Btourvt ..i
situ &.&00:.!square bales cotton. 3.410 tons WILLIAM CL LEN: :,. : 16-Relating to .' the' /drainage St. P. .. ,*...'...:.' 172172% : AUSFIELD".BLOUN'l' J
.
shocphate rock 114.9'10 a ft lumber. reclamation and improve- R., L ............N*.......28% 2S% Pensacola New Orleans !
VESSELS IN PORT. p S. R. .44.- .34 34 and Architects '
Steamships.Asuncion .' X CHARLES B. ARKHILL.X ment of the swamp and overflowed T.C.L .......U............ ;iei, 161 iPenna p
de Lanrinags. Br s*. Kramer. I : lands, 'the creation of a .. ...141% 141% 11 W. Intandencla. 820 Common. i 312.314 Brent BUg. '43 MONa:Bid a, :

'&'Barendiecht 3. Rosario' to' imteh'Gulf Transit so,' .HoelwtnC Co. 2992.. JAMES B. \S'HITFIELD.Vpt Board of Drainage Commissioners U.'P., .P P';....>t.a.f.18314"-' 183'%! I Pensacola. 'Fla. Montgol1'\ery"AI.t. P

Cuit>ort to carv A Co. prescribing its power and WITCHER, ZEMURRAY A CO.'S. DAILY 'Cotton Stocks WM. A"..BORMANS '
-- Grain. Provisions :
P .
i : ,
k-.t B" Rol.rtac-1u. ICaptOA duties.NO. COTTON LETTER.: ,
to S. P. Sbott.erCo. '. for Two: .. P Pensacola Fla.; Nov. Liverpool :, : Superintendent ,

Conway to master., Br fS. 'Prenttce-. .25T8. Rio*:Janiero *-- For, ,Railroad CpmmtssionerW. :; "' came sold 'np about during as due this sessiOn'morning about and 10 bought and sold on margin or for investment. .. i ii 1! P Otfitfcy cy' *Brent BuSItfJno, .

'2$58,' P CLARK BEACJL .Phone. MS. fPerrtaeoU.. FUu
Liverpoolto above
Gnuia bpan ss Ruiz points time close of Saturday. Our 'k i
Gulf! Transit Co. --.. ;- -p ... Yote. Yes or No: -* market did hot'respond to the cables i Out-of-Town Given Speclai'Attentlo' If
Helsmgburr Swell as. ScUrlel, 1122.Hueha ,X: ',NE fTQN A., ,BLITCH.X : .; Constitutional Amendment c- and at the clo94Ltverpoo3 was.'down to Orders .. : .,O-o.III.O..OO. ,oo.IIOd' i

Ida, Aust to Hyer ss Hreglich,2092 Bros.' ;,New" Or- .r ._ .., p tion 9'of Article Establishing about prices.the same'flgttres 1' .. Saturday's" .* final L : t.rc. PHILLIPS] PK ; I

leans to Gulf Transit Co. ; R.uuDsoNB1RR.: the salary of' Justices of the Sapreme ,Spots In Liverpool qUQted at 5.'l% with t Drect( Private Wires.' Telephone No. 1173.. '
KirkstaJl. Br ss, Hlnde. Colon to p 'Court and "judges: -.of the sates of 7,000'bai.s'and receipts of 16.000'' f 1 P : Homeopathic. : t,
MasterLewisham.: 'LC.SILL .: i i. ( bales, all or"hkb was:American cotton. 'PP I \.III.O.o PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.Office .1\1.1 t
Circuit Court. t.. : t
Br ss, Gavin. 1785, Rio Janeiro ; p New York opened! quiet:wtth Januaryat .1 -
to the Win. S. ,Keyser Co. YES 9.90 and December! 9.83, "and sold ..........P..t..................."..... r and FUsldenc' ,11 It! : I II
Ships. steadily downward untiF prices reached .I Hour: 9 to 11.... m.,.!.to. t y. 1
Atanti. Nor ship. Anderson, 1643, Lon-. Vote for one: '. Constitutional Amendment-Sec- 9 78 for January and "9.It for ecember. I Phen. 65.jLfiJL8JL8AA .. ,-
don to order. At time there,shown I
For State Senator; Second .DistrictX no was any: great
Fmelra Port ship Barros. SOS, Lisbon tionof' .,Article Establishing activity; in the 1radlng-' :nd the close *as Ooooooooo_ >JM o>_EJ 8JUUU p I
JOHN S. BEARD.GEO : the salary of Justices of the Supreme quiet about '16 .' "
to master p P ;:, ,$o'Wn.ftol1\the': : :opening.
Canada. Br ship, Spurr. %%31, Rio : Court .and Judges of the P Port receipt''were estimated. at 70.-
Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. p ..,R. SMITH.: : f':; ::000 as. against 64,314 the dame day last SECRET SOCIETIES:.
Inffrid. or ship Paiinell. 1260. Antwerp Circuit Court. year. I
to McK. Ortlng & Co. ,: SNO.. ,. "" p The, wheat' jr&rket, was' steady 'with THE SCHOOL OF THRIFT PENSACOLA LODQE.fNd.; KPensacola t I

to Lena order.Ital ship, Tassara. 1581, London Vote_f rTw& : :, t : but-narrow half-cent.fluctuations. fiofer.than,'the thoopeiing market. closing on- ,txxlge No.' J: K. of 7'S4>. ,\ .
'rneetfl every Monday evening at
Barks. For Member House of Representatlyes -Vote,Yes or No: both options. : T. *' o'clock at their temporary Came) Kali j'\'
A/redo Uruguayan bk Maragas. 987, -* ._ P.. : p Constitutional 'Amendment" : Sec P Corn and provisions were 'without life The otrer Pou' liable West Jntendencl, guyUitiae '
JJonteviJeo to H H. Thornton. and were practically: ,unchanged, pP savings bank is 'really the ,school of brethren cordially welcomed.E. I
AJjmld! Swed bk. vensen. 1332, D !-r-... ; :X> M: .O.: BAQGETT..." .: tion 39. Article Establishing In .,the Stock market there appeared to Thro' IL 'pENNUUJ. ban to master. salary of Judges of: Criminal be a..buojantijeeUBg amid "prices more ; P' thriftv privileges rnanythousands. UOKSLEB. K.' oj R: jt .:3. __
Andrea, Nor bk Quale, 114, Durban to : : j I then-field their own in spite of receipts -,- -
master. CEO. w. DEASON -' Record in' .,Counties, .. :; havttg"such' : from New York; that-Hearst gaining.." :have, learned to save what they formerly KNIGHTS Qfi cOL M BUS. '>; I."."' t
Avon Ital bit Av gno. 1477, Genoa to CourtS: '. it conceded by some that I Meetings'of''the I I-
master. J. W. DICKSON. JR. YES... .tConstitutional .%, tilt tor. a close ,one, those in P wasted. p Knights of Columbus.. P
Campbell Nor bk. Hausken, 1100 a position to Know declare their entire are held at their hall.
'
Stavanger to McK. Oerting & Co. confidence tai Hughes being elected bya :
Write In here name of No. S West Inteaden-
Chaema. Nor bk Jorgensen 557, :X R. POPE REESE Amendment-:-Section substantial majority. This feeling was p The Lesson of Money Saving cia street. on every t '
fleetwood to Older. szutput"X"atIeCtOIt 'p 39 Article EstaJflishlng :reflected in the market totday and Sat- Monday reninff at 7:20 e J s
Hereford Nor bk. .Jensen. 1380. Rosario salary of Judges 'of Criminal urday, the entire stock list having. matfr. : o'clock. .An .invlt-.
tt order. tally a4vance- i. 1 "Ji P tion Is extended to
Hetmdal. Nor bfc Hensen. 1354 Hull Recofd in Counties having ,.such '. is best learned by opening a bank account visiting 'Kn hl'h U. .' j t
to order. p Courts. p JOHN B. JONES
Humberto.to order.Span.. bk. 1111, Battle Havana P. NO. -P Real Estate Transfers: p 'Once started you have an incentive to bettei J. S. LEONARD. Grand Kn1Jh\., .P .

Isabel-Brown., Rus bk Llndquist 1231 ", Following 'Is 'a list of; the real ;estate habits and 'a reserve, too, against adversity. Recorder; 'p 4
Hull, to master 'a transfers recorded yeeterday -furnished.by DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. \'
"
Kink Oscar II. Nor bk. Johnson '732. P Vote. Yes of No: the Pensacola Abstract Co.: I' : P. Start it to-day: with a. dollar-more 'if you I Naomi Lodge. Iso. 16, Daughters of
Rosario to A. Z&liua.LUla 't Vote for one: :: Constitutional Axnendniint-Sec. DEEDS. Rebecca meets every Monday nIght' at 1
Nor bk. Aanonsen. 1030. Santosto ;; $ 'can.: :Four cent interest. S O'clock in L O. O. P. halt \lsttlng ii
For County Assessor of Taxes : tions 40, 41, 42,'43, 44, 45; 46.and P Horace Rowland to J.' W: Hyer-Tbe : per .
.
Ordar.Liula : south half Of Lots 2.and 3. See 10, Tp 1 sister cord *Uy invited to be presents
TJniguay&n bk, Lopez, 700, Havana : X W. W. RICHARDS.V .. :: P P ; 47, of' Article 5Establishinga: N R 30 WV 80( 'agres-3400.00.: p ", MRS J. T. PULLLVM.N..0w 'It
.4
to order. Court 9f" Record' in, Escambia.Countl. W...K. Slyer to F. 'C. Brent-The'west MRS.HATTIE NEVILLE., Sec\ : ,
Maria, Oer tfk. French. 1922. Kings 'f 90 feet of lots 1.to 5; both inclusive, and
.
Lynn to mas'' te for one: lots C and block 11, Belmont tract810.000.00. RATHBONE LODGE NO SO. ,r
7. -
Marina ..J.la4re Itl bk Sm.OIl8tt..' YES. Rathbonb Lodge, No 30. KnlghU- j
14* Genoa to, order. P !For County Tax Collector Geo Brown to A. A.'Fisher-That portion Pythias' meets very Thursday nUiit at
Negpore, Nor bk.OJerdsen. 1128. East FIRST NATIONAL BANK Castle Han.. Member' of tfeteriodfMand I II
l X J. S. ROBERTS.' Constitutional Amendment-Seo of land In block 25. West Kin Tract. .
London to A Zeliua : visiting brethren cordially mvtted
hoachT,, Swed '*. BargfeWt, 1260 tions 40. 41, 42, 43, -it, 45, 46: an4< described south of as the follows northwest: Beginning-corner, thence( feet I to attend. J. M ROPER.. C. C. t '
Port Natal to order. 47; of Article Establishing C. JsTK&r.
a .
t for running east laO feet thence south 32 FLA. :
OUrarL Ital bk Costa, Genoa. to order Vote one: OF PENSACOLA.
of Record in Escambia
Court south 32 feet. thence west
thence
p p feet P
"" : M. EB.! AJ No. SU. meets first and,
For Treasurer
County '.
Nor bl Johnson, 1219, Ply County. 150 feet thence east 32 feet to the pointof third Wedaeedaevenings at TJ9 pv'nv.
mouth Pallas.to, A. 2 Ilus. X J. ED. WILLL1MS.Vote .. p :NO. p P beginning-&:;O.oo'and other ,valuable- Designated Depositary of the United State. : Stafford Hall No. 10. Went bttendencUtreot. P
.' .
considerations. A. Q FELL Prefc,
Superb. Nor bk. DHch, 1934. Antwerpto p
to Vfm. Bowie and Violine
Golson
Mary -
A. Zelius & Ce. J. L. SWEENET. Secy.
Schooner for onef P Bowie.-An undivided one-half interest 'w. H. Knowles, President. W. K. Hyer 'Jr., Vice-President and Caihier.
P Vote Yes or NorConstitutional- each in the: north 105 feet of lot C. and of PENSACOLA!: LODGE NO. 4.1. O.O.'r'
165 W. N. Roberts. Aes't
Donna Christina, Am sea, McLeod. ,, W. Brent Asat Cashier. Cashier .
Thos.
For CountjT Commissioner 1st Dist-: the east half of lot 5, block 56. East King
ReUse-to master Amendment-Arti.- Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L' Ot C. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowles. W, K. Hyer. Jr.. y
F. Brent.
Tract-$1 00 and:other considerations. Directors- meets every Thursday evening at' 8.21
LvcU J. .
Domlra Br ach. Reddle 2001. St X B.
to R9Ppt ,. cle Proceedings necessary. to I Chas. Prlngle to Leslie E. Brooks-Lots P D.: G Brent. at the new hall ear Belnont tad Baylea
master. amend Constitution. and 5, block 154. New City Tract streets. Visiting brethren cordially. tnvlted :
Freddie Heucken. Am sen, Bryant 475, P '
Havana to master T YES-; 3100.00'and other good. and valuable .conI II B. R. WITIsjOVSKT, N..Q. ,
Vote for .
one ; siderations. I A. KERLE. Secretary
J.N. Andrew to C. N. J.lannlng-Lots j "
For County Commissioner, 2nd. DlstX = p p p "
p Constitutional Amendment Article I.. 2, 3. 4. 5, 6, 11,' 12.'17. 18. 19. 20 and 21. PW.o.w.. .
: JOHN' W./MERRITT.. '17-Eroceedin'gs necessary .to block 109, East King Tract-$ 40.00. : Live In Oak Pythian Camp ban No.the i. 1st W. and'2r5 O. Wmeets ;
., (.%*;I8r5Pesides1.; p JOHN PFEIFFER Aulll tC.nv.:
.
In each month.
amend Constitution. Wednesdays Visiting
ft..E. UU.."ic.I'Prelident and Cackle' J.W.UDI WS. AssIstant Cuftw cordially J
Vote for one: NO. ties For Charcoal. dvereigns F. rm-mCtt'i. c.,

Ballard'sObelisk. For County,Commissioner.;. 3rd. DistX I; A household 'teedi'said to be ,of' LESLIE E. BROOKS P Clerk p

JAS M, ANDREWS. :'sovereign 1 virtue La cases of Internal THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

poisoning of whatever sort has UOTT .
P come to the fore in,,the shape of pOw-' j ; > CF PCJVS4COLA.. Legal Advertisem ts.
for p P
Vote :one? <.. .
'der 'charcoal. The antidote must betaken p '
For County Commissioner,4th.Dist.X ..-: THE I water-that 18, I ":..1t ,Opera House Building. .
CLOPJON. '-:"*' TYPICAL AMERICAS : In 'Suspension'In I NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.

.. ___ _..HCf p put into'water'and stirred while being p DESIGNATED. : ; DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STAJES.'X Department'of the Ihterfbr, Land Ofllc*

e,)_ is familiar with Webster's Dictionary I taken --so that-tt,.shall not ,settle. The at Gainemrllle, FUu, October t, Ilk
'p : .
Votefor one:' .: .9_ doses must be large,;a spoonful taken (AI1TAL STO.K, $$200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. Notice hereby given that Mullen Flow

FLOUR: For County Commissioner,5th.DistX as his guide and authority from ],at.intervals of ten minutes. The remedy P v DIRECTORS.'P era, of Dyaa;.A1a.,1as'filed' notice of..tta.

'JAS.-R.S1'EWARD. his'earliest school days 'ontfl he P must also be employed when gas- ? ? intention to rn'ke final five >ear proof

P p reaches the highest Irank of official) l tro-intestinal. disturbance Is felt. The 'llenry'LCoinOtofl, Frank Reilly F. E. Brawner. in support of his claim. tnx: Homestead
W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar, No 23.112 nude December 7. 1104' I
Entry
business ,J. ha..5fitfer; .
known
power, responsibility, O ; the first to make P
Vote for one: Japanese were p E. ." Dun ody, _T. f. McGourln' J. R. Sounders ; for the EH- of /JE% (or lot 1). Becdan
)
antidote '
For Member School Board.1st. Dist- literary eminence. P Its absolute efficacy *s an ta ,A. M. "*cry. W. "Milton 0. E. Mura. IS, Township 4 north Range 34 wt. and

Is the Staff ,of Life.It X W. B. ..ANDERSON.Vote The New and Enlarged Edition eVery kind of poisoning. Including ptomaines W. I.. C."lhon. Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzle Oertlng that said, proof win be made l>efor*'<&.
: and now, French physicians of C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clark. Clerk of the Circuit Court at PensaeoU.I .
of Alex MGonin-:
Webster'slnternatjonal
Dkon- % .
I I Florida, on November 30, 1$06. lit uur i
top
,
has all the meritsof for one; ary, with its 25,000 added'words, tote the same are effect giving'Intheir testimony ';huh tiuMot :crn II' ,UU(, UJH ire: Sjte the )ttr. Invite -.uuam tbe tinuous following residence witnesses upon and to prove cultirati ha eon ot

all the other good For Member School'Board,2nd.Dist- completely revised Gazetteer,.-and P la tctotctoo: for tt!convenience of customers. said land. viz. Luke Flowers .f Bay
p Alabama J. W Beck, ot
Mlnette.
flours and X. ,,1L.G. DESILVA' : f completely revised Biographical ron cent Int.r.stPaId en Tim Dcpasits. Mlnette. Alabama: Mallery }1O.ereuC ay
many Dictionary, has standing and Bow to Wash Batter. per Bay Mmette Alabama. 8. S. Boyctu, et:
authority -
should be washed If pastry Is p Bay Mlnette, Alabama. W. G Kobiaao*.'
more that the others Vote for one: wherever the English'language Butter Register, 'oct,ta&w km

For'Member School Board,3rd.DIs ,- is It has 'to be of the best, so as to remove salt
spoken. 2380 .
Sal. .
have not. Get free and buttermilk. Scald an earthen bowl Sheriff's .
X W. M; AGERTON, p quarto pages,\\7ith 500Q Illustra wafer. then chill with cold wa- By virtue of an execution tssuea
i with hot
premiums, for :the, tions. The International? received ter. Heat the palms or the hands In THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK out of the circuit court of Escambia
p .
of Florida wherein Joseph
pink tickets in Ballard's V9te for one;: hot water then chill them In cold water. county, state
THE GRAND PRIZEthe \ PENSACOLAA L. Johnson is plaintiff *u4"Jo
For Justice of Peace Dfet No. 2.- directions the butter f
p By following these seph Brown is defendant I have lei
1 Oeblisk_ Flour. I r. _X R. 1... NICKELSEN.J.J.: .,, H1CEEsTAWtnrattheWorhi's will not adhere to the bowl or the General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe ,and Conservative led upon and will sell at public O* .'

P;- P Fair, St. Louis. hands. Wash the butter in the bowl by p Basis.. cry to the highest bidder for": cash,,

... Vote for one: working with the hands until soft and -.. in front of the county court Jv>v3*

For Justice of Pea e; Dist.. No. 5.- The Pall Hall Gazette of Lon 'waxy, having the bowl under a cold Correspondence! Sollclted R. M. BuhfljIIjCibl.. door, in Peosarcla. Fla.,, OB Mosday..,
'j X J. M. HARRISON. to the 3rd day of December, A. ,Dot 1901
don, England, says: The sum total water faucet and allowing the water
'
The is the production .of a word book run. Remove from the bowl and pat i during the leral houra of rale the foV, '

Vote for one: : which has no.equal in the,EnglishFREEATestInpN. and fold until no water flies.-MIw of Pc nsa cola Improvement Ron ds. lowing Undivided described 14f lot real 16 estate Mork to-wlt g of:
language. Home Companion City .
"Woman's .
Farmer In M Vt
the Belmont tract 8- fmntlnf
Lewis Bear Co. I For. Justice of !Peace Dist 10'l..-
Da1On\I".iIOft. i1 aco.oo each. Dated January 1st. 1to1. MatsrIig January 1st. 30 feet on wet I*'** rl P.t"h! .
X J. HANKS., la- Jan. 1st. t921. Interest Payable ; P
:. structne and eatertaumur CREW NOTICE. 1936 Redeemable Se8lt.AllltUa.ly. by 121 ft on Rt'1t' th.p"r 'T'rlfit!
for the whole Also p WE.OFFER. 'FOR SALE ,THESE 80NDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE ,.,'*..,!'. r--,1Ioo '
Wholesale Dealers illustrated family. X N. Neither the Captain Owners P IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHA$ .'; street !IIf' tn.'i .
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.- I'IHE-P..GS; : YS'.P.lAYfU $' ,-C BUGGY. 2 > NEWS. ,. .. --, ; tfl .JffiMIINS OFffAfiLEs MR5'DnfA' 1 B j ; :HrRTSQR RICH AND 1 I


: flDRESSWELr1 _-'_, "':' : : POOR 1
; W. are agents for the

FiEHGAME celebrated reU

I IPs YourPrivilege. [" M ANDIWELLIT : Regont. 'Shirts,

Ranging In price from =


: .i We'.meet_ the 7 ,requirements 'G :" ] nSTON : .HR'[ H M Try One'of$1.00 to $4.00 Their Famous =


!t Resco Shirts at$1.50And
of the man whoI S ,
< u.u. . ,
demands and I T. ,,,,, .. you wilt always want them. Up.to.
I must have "
i We a ,larg: .
J. ,are expecting dateand nobby line in outings, etc.
TEatthe
: i'll \ a: combination of style In SatudayAgains, i shipment of "Columbia**; At'Rest:Beside Those of His Charges. t i. : k .,.'\ .,Christian, -j. i Look at show window.'
.. UP-TO-DATE FANCY
HAT
4 and service, with-a moderate the Heavy Mobile '- 4ih- I I Buggies'and Rtmabouts.witji Father In ".the ,National;f Science.LaderPid" : p BANDS. IINt
? !:iTC) E'WHHABERDASHER
: c% price. Ourplan of i( 'f'I Imy *,-irtich rubbertir: s. and 1*' : 'ExistArePi 'ezf' .: .

giving a dollar's, worth Institute//'i-: 1 inch Cushion'Tires, from $80'' Si S S ',*,',C' metery. S \ 5' .

; a"f ,lr.T to'$100; 'guararittfe.cj.. '; .. 4F1se.. 222 Palafox."
I
for dqllar'-satisfaction ; : _..
: Babcock li of Chas. JL, .Coston,
remains
Ruhabputs
thePensaAola
The members of. i The
Christian. of, Pensa-
The ,Scientists! ,
: ... or'your money backis Classical School eleven ,and those I Cushion Tires, from $125 to' nominee,- f-the.pemocrat8: of ,Ecambla cola, as wel| 'as tlirO hout: the entlrtr! ,' 'S HICKS'
4 who accompanied them toMoblle legislature, worthy '
I ebunty for the :
your protection I where they 'were defeated' Saturday: I II $150. ,, 4" president; of the Order of 'Figles.l'a country, have": :.beentHorougnlj'i,. -
,
) !g : guarantee that guaran I by the :M. M. I who. eleven saw: have the iftaraed:_between Ion fail ,to:See: these'bug member of .h.e Knights of, Pythias aroused over,recent* ;sta'teinent's! vthe OAPUDINE
home. Those game th'e
.'.$ : tees. I, the two teams. are high_ In. giesas the prices and quality !- and'-'H prrainent i younjf! attorney pf Mrs.New.'Eddy York, the Wprid founderof lp. :>their'ffect.faith.that, CUBES

I I their praise of th ...ork' of the local ] will surely please you. :: the city ire at rest beside those ofhisfather.'Can't dcfes not In reality xlst The peopleof r LALL: ACHES

: Suits $10 to $35. football squad,' who.had'as' their opponent 'j I Another' shipment : H. H. Coston U. S.I Concord, N. II.,'Mr*.Eddy's home.; S Aa.I ) .
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much .heavier 'and large ?
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I players M; ',c.. In: the National Cemetery atVarrineton. have therefore produced 'In.controvert- S tzWHaSl11c i4tg...
Cravanettes $10 to35. even' though- defeated .by- ,the-satisfied:*oore I Light Delivery'g9ns on \ ., able evHencethatMrs. Eddy,no .onJy ,
locals ,
: .6 the are
of 12 to -
'S with their game. : I the way. -v: .The :.fun r .J., .large y attended' with exists but that- sheils alive.jmd; ,well
for FOOT BALL
Some Idea of' what the 'I the ,United States.,.Marine Band present and has been known by. them
THEJQHNWHITESTORE years. The :concord Monitor,' which
.cau b.' gained be-
accomplished music'
and rendering solemn
publishes this: evidence ,also says Si 1
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is known that the M, 'M' team. is i : occurred
flttI4s they'occasion, yesterday -
picked from a schoolmore than ,twiceas 1 < moved editorially: SS Pensacola'High. ... School
,, large as the local school, and. afternoon. The cortege Mrs. Eddy-Does Exist. S

these players average 3ver :15y i -"f 'from Jhe, family home on, West Gregory It appears -to:'b "a 'diversion; takenup vs.

pounds, while the P',',C.. B. :can' "'.hard.-I Show Room Adjoining- ' ly make 130. "- the .E gles in a body proceeding to by a, certain section of the-American .
Sp'clallsts in Men's and Boys' Wear "defeated the I Hardware Department. V St.. Katharine's'
Last yearthe M. M. J. church where Rev press.to: .pubUst.06s1T! fantastic and
P. ,C.'S. team in Peosacola 29 to 0, Dr A. T. Sharpe ,conducted the solemn entirely 'false'.statements ,.eoncerningthe..persona11bol.MrL PALMETTO BEACH,
and were.determined.'to.hand (fie- locals "service tot the church.
1k.ne225, 205-207 S. PALAFOX ddI, the Discoverer -
t a more"crushln r;deff'at.'on. their '. The cortege..then moved to the of Christian Saturday, November 10.
and Founder :
own ground this year* KNOWLES, ; BROS.Insurance dummy station, where the train was Science.. These efforts .share ,ln Eve

I The P., C. S., however, with --remembrance ,: ,taken for Warring, and .upon arriving 'wlt!" -the of
; at- ,the National the periodicity appearance Tickets sale (
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of last year's game rank- cemetery Torricelli's comet or the' revival of on at D'Alem-

MilM*"" " "" '>." " ':, lIngln Tthelr,minds and knowing'that- ,, FIRE, LIFE, ,A cioENT. MARINE. beautiful Pjthias: and services Eagles"Qf1, 'the'Were Knights said and of the rumor of war, between Japan and berte Drug Store and the
the sifpnB team this '
I.\I"had a, GeneralAgentsofThe theXmtect'States : seems
fi the' body 'placed t'rest ,, Just now Jt
beside the
year, went to work some three-,weeks Kandy'Kitchen. No tickets
: be the functt --of the New York
father of the deceased died while to
whq
I. ago under the-direction of/Coach Oi-,; '' Equitable. the World? to put .forth In Its .Sunday sold at the Park. Tickets
scrying at Pensacola
navy yard,
For Fuel After mond 'and praCticed with A.'yim: and; LIFE ASSURANCE.SOCtTV OF NEW ,
Using and whose edition of October 28, a mostAmazingtisane
-body-was Interred .there. will be taken th CorSRO
l ay persisterice'"the m1ni'eyent.-J Jur YORK.ie The"grave'Wu almost completely of. falsehoods. In which it' Is 'up by Conductors
ay. When the teams jan out; 'on 309 South Palafox Street. : : at'the point aboard the
enveloped' with' large and beautiful alleged that,Mrs. Eddy Is car.
i
the field It looked to':the spectators asl
I floral designs, presented friends of.deathl: from.'an Incurable maladyj,
by
Admission 50 Cents.
This 'is the of the coal If It was just'a matter'of how large,I
,just reverse
way. and the '
t a score Mobile .would .run. npi But ,$, 14 and 15 yards: Klines:.breaking orders of which- the deceased that she- Is kept practically In. durance -
: entirely through only 'to ,be downedby I was! a member at her koe.llnthIs.clty:: ; that
Mobile after receivingthe' kick '
when J I J
: Mobile's FrOm P.:c. 5'S-1' Thepall bearers were Judge Chas.B. another' woman .disguised resemble
quarter
; Ds Gas br Cooking and Heating off was twice held -for 'no'pin ..and I 4-yard line to !Mobile' '35-yard line'\ : Parkhjll.-Judge: ,.A::; C. Bkrant. -Jr, ': the ChrIstian Science leader.. ride-: in Opera House
the then'thrown for a k greatly>ss of five surprised.P. yards,.j aided by the other backs*and the ejccellent Judge E. J>: Beggs, Hon: C. M. Jones ; her:-carriage"as"'It" makes'Ks"dally cc
were
," spectators' '.work of hls line/inen, he had I Hon. Scott M. Loftin and 'Joseph 1.1 round through Concord streets; together
; i C. S. then advanced the ball to Pianey,..,.'hIIe-.six '
a and pate bill end 'of onth. Gas ranges$12 Mobile's 12-yard line. but. were there rushed "the ball and prevented whata members of theEaglesnd'six i with' regarding Mrs.: Thursday, November 8th. ISDI
of tho .
and $13., Gas .heater $1.50 to $10. : held for downs and.-the, 'ball went I few'ininutes before'seemed, like an Pythias acted, as,honorary Knights! pall bear of I Eddy's fortune-- Income 'and 'repUte" In t ONE'' NIGHT.
But at Concord"orwhicirare'miles! -away
: over. Mobile then ,by slow ;but constant easy touch-down .for'' Mobile. I ers. "' S. S5 D/
.." gains carried the ball down ,the i last he was, worn.ouand: P. C. .S. The delay,in. conducting the funeral 1 from' even the most' distant, approachto S The Funniest Comedian of All
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: field for. their' first touch-down- in \.$ flra'sheld, .ot downp. fc was'due to the fact Uat'W sblIrgI the, truth. TI
I I
minutes', play. ,Cooper kicked 'an Time was jcalled! wliix; the ball In,, authorities.delayed Inwiring permission -' The World's storyas we are-told, .
..J PensacolaGas! : Cmpany easy goal.Pensacola. I I Mobile's possession,' near the -centerof I for the body to--be-Interred' Is" the result T6f long Investigations Arthur Dunn"TheLittieJoker" BI

received the' kitk- ff' on the' field. Score: M. M. L, 12; Ir. the'X&tional, cemetery >y Concord by the 'World's representa

.....ne.148. 24 and 27 E. Garden St1'28' : her 15-yard line and, brought it back P.WCS..6._ .1- -- tive. If this'is1so;- -theirtime here _In_

.. ............................ ... ...... ... 20 yards. Sublette gained fifteen Tbus. .though apparently out-classed:1i ; .,' was Ill-spent; for no honest Investigator -

yards on a well-played forward pass, I, att every 'point, P. C. S. had put up i, TDIVIG BEL.L' -- could have stayed,here even jso K-
) I 9,'remarkable Dogged deter short a. time as a single day without Incccan
but Pensacola ,was unable to make game. ., '
: ]I ,5 ; .4 v -' # 1. I ,
more than 7 yards .in the next mhiaOon and. 'coafcndashingstyle: ,.SewCJI.Ffnt' Qtt. .Jfed br Dr. Hal.ley i learning from. Indisputablesources ;
; : --REASONS WHY BiND plays and the ball went. over. tbree'1 coupled'I with excellent team 'worir, S ':, tV.. Operated.It I that Mrsx Eddy is alive-and'. very lies
I keenly alive-to, all 'that .takes place Herbert enct
TRUSTEESHELD M. M. I. again by repeated runs ,<, characterized every moment ok their t By Window.
: was nearly 200 yean ago that Edmund mat
iPJajV in the world; and'tiat she Is"conetant-
with beautiful Interference, 'made an-,i; ) '
: ._ No.74 other touch-down just before" time]! MM"_ .' I. played a hard, consistent\t Halley .contractedwhat' : Is.of- J;i liT alert and thoughtful' do good to yea

;irt;:: : Real, FOUR-PLY was called. .Cooperkicked ioal fromJ game I and her team w;i'k'and .Inter-, f although tenirefemd: Apparatus: :to as the first muct diving have/bean bell, ;'Concord.everybody,"especially' the' city, of Special Scenery! Pretty elec, S.,.

a difficult Score
,"-' very position. M. : ferences were excellent. '
*i t 5ESSlON M. I. I!; P. C. S'; 0; I;I The line-up was as follows: much like tbatt Which was previously I I For more than fifteen years Mrs. Costumes Company of 50! ,lngjccaj

: Collars last !n the P. C. S..received.tbe' kick-off In the] M; M. I. JI iIp.! ,a S. exhibited In! the jtresence 6t Charles i Eddy has made her home among us; Mostly Pretty Girls! pap
I V,- and she leads and n rder.
Laundry. Lion Brand second half on, her 10-yartt'Une', and i Qurna '1}. Hannah sayslthe..Technlcal, ', .Wprid, Maga.sine. :I simple .w Hut
: Hannah returned through ihe' whole,]I Simmer! re. (Wilson[ ) Sublett .. ed life-as befits"one-who has a daily offlccrat
: Collars are Mobile team for 40 yards, Mobile's'i Hironymos 'rt- *! Brawner The principle of the .dlT ng bell .Is routine filled wlthgreatduties: to a
Prlces-2c, SOc, 75c, $1.00 and 150.
YESTERDAY safety, man at last bringing ,the fir.. Martin rg. Philips simpler AiTlOverted.Jar sank la the i great cause. 'Tbat--she': fulfills these T

all FOUR-PLY. : ing quarter to'the ground. After seqera -! Waylor. c.\ wxEagln t) water retains., ale: .at. Its top and If'i' duties to the'last degree evidenced IIu?

,15 'each 2 .fo25 plays M. M. I. secured the ball P. Green: .It ? Barton there'to,enough'air men may liTe..and by the; growth and' .advance of tIlemevement will
cents cents on a. fumble and advanced to ,P.,* C; O. Green le. (Sweeney)' Williams breathe and work there and keep dry. 'I' whlch..8heheads that The' Storm thaI
AT ALL GOOD SHOPS S's. line by end runs. I Quina q. .- l' HannahInge Ihv'HaDey's: diving bell-was a large she finds time for other good works, Gre

At Which Mayor Bliss and P. c. S. braced up and'.held them le. d Friedman wooden ,.chamber at the bottom I for charity ,for helpfulness and for sevf
for downs the ball going over'In her 1 Chamblln ,. rh. Turtle open public spirited cooperation in the affairs -' Ir
nd'loaded
there with lead to
I Cooper lh. Brent preventIt I of the community where her rncart
Chairman! .ZeUus Were 4-yard line..
: I I Spottswood' f. Aver from turning la the water. Pieces of I home Is fixedthousands Concord 'Ve now have all of ourstorinbeiteri
Up to, this time P. C. S. had been tf
Coal and WoodWe Also Present. using only end runs, but Hannah at 1 I It would be difficult. select the :glaac. set la, the roof furnished light people are ready cheerfully 'to attest. docks working tAm
I } I stars Air .was supplied by an Ingenious And .have forward 'H
team
: this point changed' his tactics, and on either fQI"'nearly: every they now. come
called_ for a line rush. It.'seeinedal-. "I[player showed' up,, in some brilliant 'method, for leaded casks full. of' air i with glad alacrity:,to refute the falsehoods i and are prepared to dock eht;

deliver most impossible .to make gains play at. one time or another. were.sent down,:bung downward Tipping of the'New York 'World. any 'yessel-from'lO to' 3,000 Bro
,; Ice Coal. Charcoal and A session of the Board of Bond through such a heavy line but the I f, P. C. S., took their defeat, from 'the the barrel' water would rush Into I Some, of these 'refutations we' are -Q
Tloo4 &Aywhere In the city. We canupptjr ., tons on short notices Wesolikit
Trustees
held in Islato
was yesterday regard way P. C. S's. linemen opened hands of better team'jln their char It and drive,'out the air to the man in I publishing our news : columns to-
in
service 'isilways you any quantity" and -our 'to .the building of the new city gaps and Avery punctured it was up acteristic".gentlemanly spirit 'and enjoyed the bell chamber.At"tbii.depth .- i day. Tothem we can'add'our per estim s' from cap
prompt. .. haIL. Mayor BUss and Chairman Ze- I St
their trip
immensely. sonal :
,
testimony.
_. Steam and.Dotneitlc Coat. '' lins,' of the Board of, Public Works surprising. Time and again Avery Game Here Nov. 17. of thirty-three feet toe has tains and owners'-af vessels rail
went through right and left guards, fo'r air)s compressed to half itgfor.nertailk I The editor. of..this paper enJoyed 5rqturifig
.. Wood Cut Any Size. were present and the matter was dis.cpa4J They make their first appearance :and tire belt Is therefore at that the privilege: of .Mrs., Eddy 1 wickin g .land re- YoU!
the of the duff
by r
representatives on. the local gridiron Nov, 17 againstthe I
friendship for more than ten
i two boards. depth half fitted 'WIth water, and as the years. pairs n
E.G. SEW I .
University Military School of
that tlme'.he.has
LL'I During met her frequently -
During,the 'me ting the Board of '''('IT Oftip the Mobile After their performance of 'depth -increases to do the compression and has corresponded with the

PhCwI. -.4.363. 28 N. Tarragona St.I' Bond Trustees called upon the Boardof fllsmTEIfs Jtomath, re- I Saturday their hundreds of admirers and ,the,pressure. her almost continuouely.- conversation 'OLLINGER & BRUCE cat
: Public] Works for the evidencewhich' : qul -'Wp,' I:are anxious to see them In actual and' her letters nig!
had 81Slstan 't" and numbering
it in its possession in ,
regard It ts tht>D'the ',play and the game Islooked forward .' --- hundreds and written alinost.entirely REwas
I' SCARRITT .the'alleged bad cement being Bitters'V to with 'f. DRY DOCK COMPANY
i; MORENO. t IIprove' more than ordinary Interest. with her own pen-are'pulsating with
used in the foundation .
of the building Its
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r" OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS ; 'They will have two weeks practice :
Agtt for Diebold, Safe and. Lock eo. ,. and this was furnished by the. ..1\'orth,; It al.I to, perfect their 'and: but one desire the' desire to do NlOBJLEJ ALA.BOOKS.
plays strengthen ,
., Canton. Ohio. I. mayor"'and; chairman..- '" I .a"s cures good to Individuals,, to communi- .r-;
their
CfHe and Salesroom-20 E. Gov. St. It stated weak points and'no 'doubt will ties and to the human race. Withina. ___ --1
was yesterday afternoon Incl ,
,
eltlo''! .be much -stronger, than now. ,
tlor
short time the.'editor
very ; of' this
upon authority that there Is no friction -
I ; however, between the two DYJP.paa,. This will be the first appearance ofthe' paper: has seen M .'. dd1"an4 with air

"OlD ON boards understanding,,'ho'have as to'come their to relations.a thorough f-oltlvene ball little University team Is in Pensacola tfJjtarT'School;"and. although foot I' in her Concord.taken counsel.".S11e'wit"theis upon public affairs In a (()) (()) not al I

II 'l Heartburn,' known of their playing, the ati 1
It is- of
expected that Architect Aus- strength, spirit, mind and1 body' far
P. C. S, .toy '.are. determined
to Tel
feld will reach the city to-day from keep beyond what anyone"' would ,have -
Chill :Colds, .a
up, their good beginning! and defeat II I have the "Purity:: Books" by Pylvanui 8. '
Montgomery1 ln regard, to the city &ITTERS the right to expect: frotawoman of her Stall, via* What toKnow
TO halL 6r F.rnals III..' visitors. a Tocmg"Boy Ought this
,
,Tbe crowning' age Her words were:direct',and simple What a Young Girl Ought t->
\
event ,however,
wilt
!
S What to
Know
discernment
acute a Young Man OvftW
and
I'f be, the.P., C..S.-P. H. S. game Thask.giving. : :. sympathetic Know What a Young Woman Ought to be
A SIMPLE DISGUE i'- and unless her,manner cordial and'un- Know What to
j something suitor- a Young Husband Ought cat
:: YOUR -=-- affected. Since. th'enthe, writer has Know What a Young Wife Ought to
seen
happens to *tf
r1PI'Ie.' .theP C. S,
.' *.r Way of Jfa klB( YonrieU With Notice !the/Men You team, their admirer' I met _her, carriage almost'daily upon Know What a Man of 45 Oagnt to Know.
: IookIng for, mon
,Tw Alno'ad Shell / ,are. .' our streets and distinguished What a Woman of 4, Ought to Know at
a victory' t : oc
) 1.00 each. "Thei: artf very popular and
M NEY : Here Is an easy way to disguise your ] "r i i 5 ', cupant" has never' failed. to return asmiling are being extensively advertised In the of'
: ," "Hard' KnocksJ I greeting of, recognition. This magazines.For .
Croup.
: self an Meet
,t ,': on the ",ArIable)f medlcln and one that has,happened within f pur-days.,,when: light reading I have 'Billy BaiUr'iLetters prt
Take two,,half,shells of an almond, Life' (containing all the catctiy up-to-
should. al"aTs be Isn't always sunshineoccasionally' in a narrow street where recognitionwas
kept In' the 'homefor date slang) at Tie* Ahwl; the Jimmy tha
J I. :81 R : large enough to b .)1ed) between the street to-day. See how' man):- of them Immediate us't. Js Chamberlaln's! "' it ralns. certain' we met' the real Mrs" Brown series (better than Peck's Bad bwtov

upper eyelid and the cheek. Bore a I look as if their clothes 'are',a' help'tothemj ,Cough Remedy OJ It will prevent ,11>_i Then" when you want a Eddy, the Mrs. Eddy we have known Mr.Bay Dootey and np-to-daU books at)75c.at 60c.. AlsO tba
of mall hole attack If given as.'soonas ,Cravenette 01' Rain Coat.. for'years, almost :'face'Tto face. cot
In the middie'of ich one a a sourceof satIsfctkmen who the chUd' We And nany,;nany many other :
'
: rti11 you se1e our, 12.50 little larger than the,pupil ot the eye. are conscious of belng.j1Idy5d, with;' heCom s boarse.oi: :evrn- after the l\e'make them, so they look knew her and '..wewere. known by eelI
r You but'thinking too moch ;of their'elothesurSee. croupy onh aprara: .For'.sale by snuck like' a regular overcoat her S HARRVlVHOWLAND,
and $5 1Suks. : must do'this, with the sharp'em1' ,
; rhey'rc'the'fjniest '
"
"' an druggistS: : when the weather is falr-aud We are moved to believe that testimony etc
I of a -penknif 93 such a tool as a how many-are eithfr.! a.omarnect'thf'lr yeTindbting:
gimlet will crack the'nut. clothes, or t..to'tbt' raiyouHI H. AIrman. Un. coqpr and bM't ironworker ba.ck, when. ,rain reigns. i taneously on every hand 'in, Concord spon De- '. Luna'.- St, Phone 149L Tie
see mn of MtlT klndaX 'and hall mo'rP'i to 1t'&-F.a"'t' CoveTS.ment ; J
forth excellent :exclaniations : t The ,inside of the' shells should be : we : There of I rls hoi'
I venture' to say this:)" *H .strtet.' In the opera house building.Eiluette :I aTe a variety styles' more enduring 'and' worthy than.that H --.------
: : th'fed
'. of .woridr ,and I thoroughly cleaned. Paint the outsides : S 'Q' c n. haTe 'Which ever I[I of any newspaper' "Irivestigators -
white with water colors. You can use Most of the' se mdltj-pe"riU'btwVari_ | : :you !fIsb; We guarantee 3. fit I, ," whose work shows onlytoo
praise daily .from ,men I oil colors trig "mercerixed : I if you like, only water colors .f Introductions.On ; J i trust to their own Our Work J
who'knovuit I : and .most of. th.otret)"" ;ijl' ship embodied in aU to ,Laundry
yalue. dry quickly, which will enable you to f an at home ,\-h'n- sinpresent I S our taltor- for, somebody'else's_ Imagination eatpla
hare Hart Schaffnen & Marx label day many
: make tLe'moniter pop eyes the faster. .in "lngIn tm'S rOil" a garment i.csp j fpr their facts., .Concord PeOple may Gives the Wearer'That
their coats. : jj'Ifo I a hostess Is not required to ] :
,: :: ., ,!'! o! 'cndurin "bard buy the New
Paint an IrU .f dark green around the make Introductions between her gwst* j' : York" World, but they Comfortable':Poise Born an'
man can clothes "are knock: SL do not what ,
respect
Stetson Hats-Soft and 'I pupil hole, leaving" a white spot for the made to cheat In looks;"not even that when I' 11ltes'i she wishes ,to do,so, but wh n'l j L A' l larga variety of superbtXc'eitejied !anyone tells beJieye Concord, it that isays..;Mrs. When of Satisfaction. latin,;

"high light, or, In other words, the reflected lie wears them.himself,."..\ id no,maa van!the ciJlers nun.ter but one or two j : Orescoatings.nwit3 fis not one of OUT busiest, .most.Eddy'help-

Stiff, for $ ;50. light which'1s:1n: every eyeball. fail' to behelped.- In' ..business of social''[: It Is Incumbent ti.-):sn. 00 ta Introduce, ] : : your crlt1cf.m.r jfol and beloved-'and respected dtlj Let us call fnt

Make the Iris (or dark portion of the affairs! by the ,strengthening sertsc that j!| them.to PItCh other. Jit a large luncfc-! .Pattins-each' one 'a j zens In full possession ,ot her Illustrious ,

;: Beacon Light Shoes, I It eye) somewhat' ,larger,.than in the natu his clothes are right. I t. .'- :-, \i eon party the, numbers regulate I \rl *tJ*, I faculties ,of'mindand in bodily for your bundle. R;

I ral ere You may get.the natural color Prices from 115 to fSa:. , ':)t i er or no general introductions n'e: ta fxsI fCRhYENETT strength, b31'ond.at_her;years arrant Costs you no au

I t tA $3.00. t by mixing bite with a little yellow and ,Overcoats and Cravenettes;, !JIO lo $iL"-<, 'I,'made. It Is ,not possible ;rnrrodtace I S .. Concord has:. a prdm'pf and Impregnable more.to 'get
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1 .. 'P" ,--:.... I fit these -goggle eyes" in position i r. tbiye if 4'ue rlprtpal people.11 ".. We all know better,! the best. cUe
after the fashion of a mosocle or present are tatroduoed/ssys: Wcrnan's" 'TA1LOFtD: TO TASTE foi!

single eyeglass, and you will find that I LIfe; At-a.sn U luncheon party, Oft. $l5OOtog43c.: I The Star Steam USed

1O.SON you aie practically sked. The eyes White ( NI1OUTFITtE1 1[ tb*.cpijtrtry. to latrwlucV, t!!* guests. ,1:, !'! -- ....... ------- Rfi1QYAlOIICI: srt
I and their: expression,; play a very 1m- : Fto caca-bther III. tie.rjt4iL.rtiteftfld

,. t i CASHcLOTHIER port&it{part In the'makeup of a face ", this tidnne Immevliatstrqn'rrir.Nt: D1C-KEW5CEItS3N8\ fAKDNEE: i i 'The office of"ihr Penn" Mutual Life Laundry as ar
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: and these tW1>..lmpe "#ye masks' will fJOlCSIbt }fr.m lr ," lr: a TA.OF 'V" Srenl I i Insurance Company. has.been removed el,
make people stare "and stare at '- : .. 3guild9, from the Fisher Jbulldlng-to 2J3 Brent 37,E. Garden St Phone 114 -
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