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Title: The Pensacola journal
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Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1906
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PENSACOLA FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER, .8, .1906.: PRICES{ CENTS:

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TTGHES'p I MAJORITY' I ,. ; : ,. ; I ROOSEVELT'S, IHECKHAM[ WINSKENTUCKY DRAINAGE- AMENDMENT :' ::.1' :


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ESTIMATED AT52,000 APPILtL: 'WA'S CARR1DINESCAMBIA :\1



ti'lq bend ,I NOT IN .V AIN fiGHT BY A LARGE MAJORITY :


nd Definite Figures on Other Will Succeed Hitchcock -' "\


.n-he Candidates Impossibleto Almost Certain That He Has r- ,H-1: Hfl H Incomplete Return\ \ho if
Sc of Result Shows That CongressWill ,
the
as 'y. Interior
JO. ?;: THE TOTAL VOTE IN *

Obtain. Have Good Republican .- Defeated McCreary for e-y. GREATER- NEW YORK 7'if: Measure Received, S ) t

By Associated l Press. ,
the Senate. New York. Nov. 'i.-At 7.30 this Votes 20\\ \
Against
'- '- Majorities. morning returns were complete in <$ .. .
I r-5-- ji- 4' *. Greater New York for the gover- \ $ \v f I
:T THE: OTHER OFFICESBelieved iv norsblp. They showed Hearst's it \''S
t For % plurality at 76,956. The vote by $ "
Hager Nominated Governor % boroughs follows: *
I Twenty Districts Have Not ;$ Boroughs. Hughes. Hearst. #! FIGHT \ '
3- Manhattan and .the UNAVAIL'VIr +
to Have Been Carried by 12,000. Bronx' .- 134228 197,540 '*; \ \.
Yet Been Heard_ From. Brooklyn 1W.34S 111,141 .# \ '
Iic -,? Queens 14455 Z2.2Z1 &
Fusion CandidatesHEARST c ,1 & Richmond ......... 6, >3 7.310 Strenuous Opposition }kpT
by '
__ DEMOCRATS CARRY STATE OF -
- :. AS RESULT NOW STANDS DEMOCRATS Totala..261SU 338,212 *i
ii MISSOURI AND REPUBLICAN ;t:. Hearst's Plurality j6.' 6.1f'H'lR. # parently Unaffected the

HAD A CLEAR PLURAL. J1 HAVE GAINED TWENTY 1..1IR *
-_ b5 ,MAJORITY INCREASES IN WEST Voters.

ITY IN EVERY BOROUGH IN J ;4 : :' ; ONE DISTRICTS HELD IN PRES- VIRGINIA-UNIONISTS CARRY
I
GREATER NEW YORK, BUT WAS SENT CONGRESS BY REPUBLI ""
ALL SEVEN DISTRICTS IN DRAINAGE R SOCIALIST PARTY POLLED AN 1\
DEFEATED. THE COUNTRY I CANS, MANY BEING IN REPUBLICAN -
ISLAND OF PORTO RICO. UNEXPECTEDLY HEAVY VOTE I

VOTE HEARST CONCEDED STRONGHOLDS. S.
FOR THEIR CANDIDATES
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ELECTION OF HUGHES AT AN I Louisville );0V'. 7.-With, few counties -
By Associated' Press. to hear from Gov. Beckham has PROBABLY Y GETT LEADS LEGISLATIVE
I .. .1'
EARLY HOUR YESTERDAY. I .. ,prt...- Washington, oPresident: almost certainly won the fight against TICKET IN THE COUNTY-SOM2

Roosevelt's appeal for: , I..b. i the United States senatorship in yes PECULIARITIES OF TUESDAY'S ..1. t
_____ congress was not in vain. The re
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Press. democratic
Associated
By terday's primary.
. New York: Xov. Incomplete re- _ suit so far shows 'the election of 211 Samuel W. Hager was nominatedfor VOTE. fti

tills from two thirds of the counties republican congressmen-,- 155 Democrats governor' in the same primary. DjpEDAlthough t" ..I

e a New York make it impossible loEflit with! twenty districts to be his majority being from twelve. to nl- "I!

1"th to give definite figures. on the t.e3rd.from.. ,;. teen .thousand Incomplete returns from Escambla 1 !

state ticket other thai Governor jr There are 3S6 seats' to be filled in The republicans gained two congressmen county, including the city give the ; ,

Hughes republican who tas an approximate ; the house and should the democrats ,' making, ,total of four .State Officials Will]I following vote on the heads of the : to '
majority fifty-two thousand get the remaining twenty they would from this state.1DEMOCRATS '
Y.SO but the remainder of the candi. liii still not have ,the "controL j Not Concede Amendment ticket and the constitutional amend :

dates are in doubt. JL.T iL-J The most: sanguine prediction putout CARRIED THE&TATE"OF ments. The precincts not heard from care

For Lieutenant Governor Chandler .. .. -- ___ by1 Chairman! S&erman previous MISSOURISt t Is Beaten. Nos. 10 and 11: I

the mocratic-Independex league : & to the election was that the republicans Louis Nov. 17.-Nearly complete Congress and Legislature. I !
candidate has a lead in greater New would retaia:: ontrol'of the I
For ,
I __ returns show that the democrats Congress j :
tog York of 134,941 Up state Bruce, the __ house fifty ',| ,
by ,, ,
carried the state by a plurality of Lamar .. .. .
the dem I Returns Show Majority of .. .. .. .'.928: fJ
Is slightly ahead the returns slaiid now ,
As
republican running I held over seven thousand, electing twelve :Meeker .. ,. ,. .. .. .. .,116. ,' t j I
21 districts '
c. the Hughes vote. ocrats have gained Th. -
of' the sixteen' congressmen. For State Senate t
Only a complete official count crt in the present congress. byrepubli. Republicans elected congressmen ia 800 Against Measure.MANY Beard .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,.899 '1's !

il- determine the winner. The Independence JAMES R. GARFIELD. cans, as follows: Kansas City and St. Louis. Smith .. .. .. .. .. .;..-',143: \ I
League headquarters assert Illinois 2; Indiana. It Iowa, 1; Missouri For I' .
Representative In.= Legislature ,
that votes for Hearst are uncountedin Washington Nov. 7.-Secretary, of ant commissioner 'of corporations, ,. 4; Nebraska 1; New Jersey 1; REPUBLICAN MAJORITYINCREASING COUNTIES WHERE THE Baggett .. .. ,. ... ., --924 \0 f

of many: localities the Interior Hitchcock will retire will be appointed in Garfield's p'ace.Secretary New York 1J; North Carolina, 1; IN W. VIRGINIA ;Deason .. .. .. .... '..'..',t"., ..190 t I
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Full form the cabinet, on the fourth Of Hitchcock nctiSed lie Ohio. 3; Pennsylvania, 5; and Wis W.lTa.Nov. 7.-Complete PROJECT WAS FAVORED YET, Dickson. .. .. .. .. .. ..151 : I
First Report. Wheeling,
jn Nevi The York, Xov 7.-Charles '\-. next :March and Jas. R. Garfield, of president that, the very jthaustive consin. 1. returns coming in tonight Increas. TO BE HEARD FROMRETURNSFROM Reese .. _. .. .. .. .. .. ..661 'j 1 '
Ohio at present commissioner of corporations work of the department: was' wearing 'In Illinois the defeated republicansare the size tof the republican majority. J&coby .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..o
Hashes, republican, has been elected Twenty-
; win be I Rives and: .Dickson of the I
,appointed in his on him making it impossible for him FEW WEST FLORIDA Constitutional Amendments.
Is by more
of the state of New Yorkb in Indiana The legislature republican
governor first and Twenty-third;
place. Herbert Knox .Smith, assist to longer remain. Drainage:
\ a plurality of 52,000, according to I Cromer of the Eight; in Iowa Lacey than fiicy seven on joint ballot. PRECINCTS THROW BUT LIT-
For ., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..448
) figures available at an early- hour to- of the Sixth: In Missouri Fulkerson UNIONISTS 'CARRY ALL Against .. .. .. .. .. .. _204
day William R. Hearst his opponent cf the Fourth. Ellis: of the Fifth Welborn TLE LIGHT UPON THE SITUA.
DISTRICTS OP PORTO RICO Increasing salaries supreme court
had; a, clear plurality in every UNITED STATES GRAND oj the seventh; and Caulkias of -' TION. justices!: '

ur borough of Greater New York, but the Fifteenth; In Nebraska Kennedy San Juan P. .R. Nov. 7.--Th\'Un-\ For .. .. .. .. .. ._. .. .. ..365Against ,
Hughes's vote up state overcame this of the Second; in ,N.2T York Wads- .ionists carried all seven districts of '. .. .. .. .. .. ;.163 '
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and left the republican candidate : BY 'COURT worth of tb! :TSirt* rvirtb; in New{the :island !}.sfedi-Y. leaving the re- .... Increasing salaries criminal court justices ;
with the margin of votes already JURYC.IIARGDAble Jersey n' i.-*, .: ,"t rtMh; In t pubJ'cnzihwihzL: : rdree5$5IOtt'the <4, ..Special: to The Journal : "

gfien. Hear&ts total plurality in "- North Carolina. Br..%;. .urn. of the I house of delegates.REPUBL.ICANS ""TallatasseerKor.; 7.-1tetutnr1Show For., .;% .' ,*. .':. .". .;'i.:.." ,...:.54 I',

Greater New York with sixty-nine Eighth; in Ohio Dougjass. who beat majority. of $00 against the drainage Against .- .. .. .:'.. .169 I
districts missing. as indicated by unofficial Grosvenor for the reuu5Lc"n nomin- MAKE GOOD but the returnsare court
amendment as To. establish E&cambia county
returns early to-day was 74- and''Exhaustive'. Charge by Judge Swayne, Espec- ation. In Wisconsin; ,Babcock\ gives SHOWING THROUGHOUT IDAHO largely from opposing counties of record; .

e 956, Mr, Hearst also polled 641 plurality his scat to a Democrat: In Pennsyl Boise Idaho. NOT. 7.-Governor state oQcials do, not concede the defeat For .. .. .. .. '.. .. .. ,.. .354
up state according to the unofficial ially Relating to Peonage-Jury CommencedIts vania. Dale of the Tenth; Palmer of Gooding, republican has been reelected of the amendment. Many sections Against .. .. _. f .. .134 .j'

I returns with 196 districts missIng the Eleventh, and Samuel of the nint- conceded to be favorable are yet Changing manner amending. coi*
to
by a plurality of seven!
th.t I. leaving a total plurality for Investigations Yesterday Afternoon. .1 Sixteenth. _. .I thousand, 'me. legislature, : is _npl1U"lican to hear from. stitution: 1 -

tie !republican:. candidate: of 52- The republicans ,gained the Tiara insuring the election of illiani. For .. .. .? .. .. .. .. ..28% I t hi
lib:!. The missing districts may vary .Kentucky district where A... D. James I United States senator to succeed Freeport ,Favors Drainage. Against. ... .. .. .. ..131
Borsh
the general result by a few thousand The grand jury for the fall term of' Wood Morris Bear C. W. Davis, Joe |defeated" Representative Richardson. j Senator as Dubois. Freeport Nov. 7.-Freeport past 21 Some Peculiar Things.

Totes either way. the United States District court was Wilkerson. B. S. Bernard, Jas. L. This is the only republican gain so far I rotes in favor of the drainage amendment
of the 'election
Hughes received the returns at his empaneled yesterdayand commencedits Long. J. Geo. White, Fred. S. Mellen reported. Result in Montana. and fourteen against the meas Some peculiarities '

home In this city. With him were investigations yesterday afternoon Oliver J. Semmes George Farley J. j Speaker Cannon received his usual I Helena, Mont Nov. 7.-Returns ure. develop as made the ,return come the drainage in. The 1 I
his father and mother his wife and after being charged by Judge Charles B. Dougherty J. Geo. Turner-Geo. 15,000 majority and comes back to i from the northern and eastern partsof bard fight on, Beard (
The charge of'the court Green Lee Daniel J. Golson' M.. A. seventeenth time. Vote at Milligan. amendment by State Senator
tliree children. It was a little family Swayne. congress for the the state are still slow while from seemS for
party members of tEe householdlraeticalJy was especially able and exhaustive. Dubuisson, O. H. Smith Jr. and Henry The fight against Representative Pal !southern Montana there have been no ilillisran, Nov. 7.-The vote for the to have been unavailing 2
I
inasmuch the jury is to inves- Jeudevlne futile as Mr. ,offices here yesterday, was the amendment carried by nearly
being the only persons and as I sell of Pennsylvania was reports beyond a few scattering pre principal 1-4 that but Senator
. tbere. When it appeared that Mr. tigate alleged peonage cases the mat- As ,soon as Judge Swayne had :Dalzell is elected with a reduced majority. I cincts. The ,Democrats concede th* as follows: Lamar 25, Meeker 3; to one. Not only elected
.
ran
while of
Hughes had been elected he appeared ter of peonage and the laws relating charged the jury the members retired Mr. Wadsworth,' who is chairman I election of Pray Republican for congress Parkhlll %8. Whltfield 32; Burr 30 Beard course He carried his
behind
his ticket.
More the reporters who had been thereto were fully covered' by the to the grand jury room and organizedby I of the house committee on agriculture I by from :3000 to 5,000 plurality, Hitch 32;' Harvell 33, Peadon 30 of 8 to 3, but

'ailing, and said: charge. ,: electing L.,. M. Davis as' foreman. was defeated by Peter A, and of Smith Republican for associate For Drainage 23, against 3. the own Socialists precinct by carried a vote his precinct for ,
During the forenoon the regular The work of investigating the many announced himself. first plurality.
Hughes Gratified. : Porter, who justice by a greater of their legislative candidateswho
.venire called and a number of to the attention of the : and attacked '. Vote at Cottondsle. one
I am very much gratified but was cases brought as an" Independent republican They do not look for any change that for against Reese and the drainage
vote ran
bate\er the plurality be I those summoned were absent tb. jury was then commenced.. Wadsworth's; record on the will give the Republicans less than Cottondale, Nov. 7.-The
may my Jack amendment tied by a vote ofI
. ) 'officers being unable to,locate them. Large Number of Witnesses. He was principal officers in precinct 15, : .
feeling ]Is not one of elation but of meat inspection legislation. five majority on joint ballot. Cottondale) at Tuesday's to 4. Geo. R Smith Mr Beards opponent
I A special venire'was then issued to Although there were already'large a both the democrats and son county (
I
,,0 ponsibllity. endorsed by carried his precindt,
election' was as follows: Lamar 26.Ieeker. own .
complete the panel returnable in the number of witnesses In.the city Washington State.
Mr Hughes remained up until after Indenpendence League.MI1LIO 0 Green 8, Parkhill, Whlt- (Millview:) by a vote of 13 to 9. Allof .
afternoon from, 'which the required to before the grand jury more arrived ;
midnight. He will leave town tonight ,' go Stit'b!: ,, Wash., Nov. 17.COmpleteand field 15 Beach 8. Bhtch 20, Burr 17. which constitutes one of those inexplicable
number last and still win ;
were selected. night more returns from 74 out .
Kllkare for Timonthy in the L.Adirondack Woodruff'sramp ,'I The jury Is composed of the following be reaching, the city tonightand to- DOLLAR cf 76 incomplete precincts in Seattle give th. Sill 2; Theop. West 25; Keel! 26, Williams 25. can produce things which only an election
25. For drainage 1, against {
L.M.) Davis, foreman.. R. J. morrow. Subpoenas have already :
. here : following results on congressmen I .
) he will rest for a week or ten Carried.Gov.
tors i Hart, W. H. Fleming F. Plank. ,, Henry been issued for, 160 witnesses. Hymphrey Republican, 2.55; Jones I Drainage Measure
j I Broward's pet measure, the
i FIRE IN OHIO Democrat, 855; .Byrne, Democrat
William R. Hearst also received the BLAME PLACED ON
-- --------- received the
I Democrat, 77,770: drainage amendment.
Mnrns with his family at ,his home.I II'p I 797; Eshelman :
I 138 Bark largest vote of any of the constitutional ,,
Wagenkencht_ Socialist ;
i
d.m.I he had to a been late hour elected.he said he believed j! Louisiana Congressman ley Socialist 129; Herman, So- BRIDGE TENDER amendments and it will also be
DESTRUCTIVE noted that the largest vole polleu
At be HAMILTON VISITED BY MOST : sialist 136; Catcn Prohibitionist 76;
2::15 o'clock this morning
59 Everett against any cf them was against this
. .! made a statement, in which he admitted .Elect Kills His Associate FIRE uNITS Wilkin.Prohibitionist Prohibitionist' 45.: ; I I I amendment, but then it carried

can Sare decided! defeat saying that the people _. ." .. HISTORY.By Returns from'outside districts are By Associated Press.Atlantic '!.throughout the county' by a vote of
to retain the
republican the
i s'owly.Defeat City. NOT. 1.-Arter a,over two to one. the city gave
ourSt. 'very ;
party! in power. He also said he was [ By Associated Press.. The deed was done in front of a coming scene lasting for several hour i}|'heaviest vote and largest majorities
stcrmy
"enlisted in this fight against the I Baton Rougfe La., Nov. 7.-Judge hotel wherefrom many women were Ad-nitted.: the coroner's jury to-night agreed tOt)I i i for this amendment the country vote

rontrol of the government by the George K. Favrot congressman-elect I pouring from a reception., Favrot Associated Press. most St. Paul Minn. Nov. 7.-The Pioneer place the blame for the Thoroughfare being' divided on this .as well as other -
trusts and corrupt corporations and I this evening shot asrt !ailed his lit. wis arrested amid the excitement. Hamilton, Ohio Nov. 7.-The Press (Republican) this morning wreck of October 28 on Daniel Stewart -l j,'I amendments.
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sin fight to the end.: j lone associate, Dr. H. H. 'Aldrich. Ihei Favrot is regarded as one of the destructive fire in this city's history: admits the defeat of CongressmanJames the aged bridge tender The)t In precinct Xo. 4 every person voting .

Conceded by Hearst. j I i cause is unknovn. Favrot simply at: I mostbrilliant 'young men of Louisi broke out early this morning in the T. McCreary chairman of the Jury disagreed on many points. on any of the amendment propositions -

Thee .' York American. in an tributes it to a private quarreL ana.Presldcnt dry goods store of C. D. Mathes & present congress by his Democratic cording to the coroner Stewart voted against them four being

EXtra edition timed 2 a. m:. prints Mr.|! Co.. on High street. The flames were opponent W. S.: Hammond. be arrested and charged with AC.I polled against each proposition. In .,
H atst's statement in its editorial) ;communicated to the dry goods store McCleary is a recognized leader of inal negligence. % I precinct Xo. 5 ten votes were polled
wlnrnns! and its columns!i and both stores t each amendment, while one
in news Jjeaves TodayFor (of Holbrook & Co., the "Stand Pat" ;element In the Re- against
I. "s Hughes has been elected by 50- were destroyed. The loss upon the i publican party; while the tariff revisionists vote was cast for the drainage amend. t
W Plurality. II building is estimated at $150,000 and i I in his district have been grow MOODY: APPOINTED ment Precinct No. 23 contained on"

co.. The morning of the day after the ': Isthmus of Panama that upon the stores at $250,000. The ing of late years so much that they BENCHBy voter who favored every amendment,,
"rtlon the alley to the TO SUPREME there ten who voted against I
finds the returns in New 1 I flames leaped across have in this contest encompassed hi"* but were
'iark state the ticket below governor, building occupied by L. V. Howell & every one of them. Precincts 9 anu ,
defeat. '
anythlnst but complete. The election ; Sons, dry goods company and the I Associated, Nov 7.-Free The president 16 were also against all ot the propositions -
(r te"is Stuyvesant Chandler. as I I :Washington, o\>. 7.-Thl presidentwill will 'be made Wolf Trap Light in Second National Bank. Both will be Patterson in -Tennessee.Nashville. announced Washington to-day the appointment or by big majorities.
..
lieutenant governor, was claimed by leave to-morrow. for ,Panama. Chesapeake Bay. destroyed. At 2 clock the flames Tenn., X'ov.InCoM' William IL Moody of Massachusetts. As Is shown by the tubulated vote
**** of The Mayflower' with the,president onboard The president will be accompanied east and west on High street 96 each proposition, the smallest num.,
the Independence L- :!\pie and spread plete returns from 65 of the counties ;- as justice of me IJnited States on
}*n xtatic managers and the rest of will leave the ,navy yard at by Mrs. Roosevelt, Dr. Rixey and M. toward Second and Third streets and in the state indicate the electionof court to succeed Justice ber of votes are recorded on the prop'ositlons

Thi ticket was in doubt. In the work''four o'clock in the afternoon and the C. Latta, one. of his assistant secre it Is believed that everything in the Patterson Democrat. for governoi Brown.supreme It is expected that Mr. Moody near the end of the ticket,
et transfer to the battleship! .Louisiana. taries.GiganticIaiIrOad of the flames will be destroyed. Thei the vote gradually' decreasing from
L tQlI1Plling the returns for the I path summoned from Cincinnati -i by 18,000 over Evans Republican. .will retire from the department of to the last. Many
bt-rnatorial' candidates. the lesser Assistance was vote was very light but this falling justice in December. the first proposlticn
estimatedat '
Olle! and Dayton. It is the advantage ot of the voters evideuly did not under.
had work
< been negated. Split off did not to
ff(bls |In every county in the state Scheme 3 a. m. that the loss _is $500,00 the Republicans as was' believed by stand the amendments or how U.

rrrfallI: in New York Kings, I' and may reach $1.000000At fire depart many prognosticators. The legislature that a light vote was poiled In Arkansas vote upon them, as nearly half ballot of
Dayton
Qnen5 2 a. m. the and failed to mark their
Democratic them
and Richmond made the companies and will be largely, yesterday. All ,Democratic
tort of the counters one continuous'I of New* III Central President meat sent two company hose to Hamilton on the congressional" delegation will congressmen were returned. In thu !either for or against the propositions

JrIn1. The straight tickets were few I one engine train Chief Larkin. of Dayton j I!stand as at present Fourthdistrict where Secretary Shaw

llId far between, in Great- a special and Vlc -President Fairbanu'made
especially the apparatus.VOTE ,
accompanied COUNTY
fr Vw York. Texas byr. 200,000. speeches in the interest of Georg. ALABAMA
With dawn the men
Associated unified it
11th t Pencils still the I By Press puts under one 'cOIitrol Dallas. TCJL, Nov. 7j Early returns Tilles, the Republican candidate, W J
were going over New York---ov. 7s By the election LIGHTAT
allots! : ]!twenty-three thousand miles of trade: to-day indicate that the Democratlwstate B. Cravens, Democrat, was elected bya
not lost but
in
the maze of the
dozed} by the task. of J. .1. liarahan jwesideai to capitalized at more than one billion BONIFAYSpecial I ticket was elected by about 200, reduced majority. GOES REPUBLICAN I
Illinois Central! Railroad Company seven hundred million! dollars. The combined opposition -
I majority. '
ses. Chandler Elected. succeed Stuyvesant: Fish .it'is belfer.1ed ,l.The meeting to-day is' said to, have to The Journal 000 probably polled 140,000 votes. No Interest in;; Mississippi. --- H
York city figures*were favorable the plan of Harriman is to control 1>een a stormy one. Bonifay, Nov. 7.-Mr. and Mrs. A. Democrats elected all of theh Jackson, Miss Nov. '7.-There was By Associated Press.
to Chandler Independence .a railroad line from:the,Atlantic to Sessoms left for Jacksonville the The candidates. little interest manifested by voters in Montgomery, >ov, 7.-Winston, the

Jasue. and Democratic candidate the Pacific oceans. will .b! fulfilled. 20,000 for CummIns.; first! of the week to be absent threeor congressional yesterday's congressional ei ctlon. To smallest county ia Alabama, has elected .

4 tTr> lieutenant governor at 5 a. m..'I I The Illinois Central-"was',the missing Des Moines Iowa.. Nov. 7.-The'latest four days. Light Vois'Jn Arkansas. day's advices, indicate that the light an entire Republican ticket This

J"lets x hundred and seventy-kight dis- link..in a complete-line: to the returns show a plurality of twen- The election passed very quietly Little Rock,'Ark.:, Nov. 1.TodaTsreturns elt vote in fifteen years was cast.:All is the first county to go republican '

out of S35 In Manhattan and Gulf of Mexico.and'from :the.Gulf to ty thousand for Cummins ,for gover. the,vote falling short of the primarieslast r' ." confirm last night's dispatches Democrats; were elected. since, reconstruction days I '

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I .j i i Mr. Dunn and is said to abound with i '

; 1'innumerable opportunities for the dis THE DeFUNIAK FAIR !
'I bequeat
[play of the many different styles o*. headaches to ,a"'bs cse of serves"j ci 1
sleep weti
i..i a aorbd,
fen making which this clever artisi feeltnt. aligone
,; : ,. snol wr T some dire few ma r '
'
yi
introduces, while before the audi- 1

.. 'I\ences. The plot of the piece, and' Ii's the LIver.

I I there is a plot is told in two acts, :!'Editor Pensacola Journal: I to educate his family The doctor ,

II I and revolves around the antics of a''' Last Wednesday night the 31st! bas three beautiful daughters and Oont iaQ to get today at your druggists
a
"ri ya', .': s.R'i 4 I rich young man by the name cr tilL, was pleasantly spent with FII- one son. One of the daughters Is a bottle of
m. 4: : tYs I
ae.r% .
: p
+xth65? ':,,, t. .r I Ii I his ability to spend his large fortune: with the rendition of old-time pieces son, Eli, is 17 years old and one of BERDINE
II i on all those persons who can be persuaded -!t: the heard. '
.a", 4'A. Q. on piano..and! violin. the sweetest violinists I ever
R to listen to his jokes. This n y
&DcI wrelvrestorethe
I Miss Fannie Campbell, one of my and
leads to many funny complicationswhen I I estiveorgans to their
normal f4iDCilii
j jI The Little Joker" falls in love former pupils,and- Miss Mayme Malone Seal- ,. a .. pow aft t3.1ng \Jut final; bottle You e
were present Both young .ladles,are IV. a
a jI I seriously and is unable to make any. IQ Com.t. ALL DRUGGIST
Ixtremely handsome and seem almost
,
A1f ii W4 I body believe itOf course there aregirls like grandchildren.On .
,' my
11k. pretty girls galore and song
that will be whistled all over town. arriving at the depot I had the

'S Z'wYaj Y"r','.'>atiryWr The author has also introduced several pleasure of being- made acquainted .
unique characters to act as foils with our grand governor, K. B; Brow-
$ ? gi +,' k k ti x T d'y"'S1T. for "Punch" and the parts will be ard. The pretty part was the fact I f I

portrayed by a number of the best that the introduction was made by

artists obtainable. The costumingand our next governor, T. A. Jennings.. '
Enamel for Bath
Tubs
mounting of the production will As I stood and viewed the two men, faints

be an attraction In itself and, takenas I thought of the largest and handsomest s, ,

a whole, "The Little Joker" promises men in Florida. After we had {

: '; to furnish one of the few yearly I gone some distance on our Journey I Furniture,' i'Vickerwork; Chairs, Carriages, etc..
surprises In the way of theatrical I I had an invitation from the governor
novelties. I to come and ride with him to De- can be applied by the most inexperienced person. Can

'n a f : i ifuniak. I told the governor I felt ]I be had in white and colors at 25 cents for pint cans.
"Her Own Way." I myself highly honored riding in ''a

; :* In the play of "Her Own Way" lobe palace'car with the governor of Flor 1 > -

r1 ? seen here next Monday, is found ida.When Saunders Mill Company
1 a!, / h tF the story of many a fashionable home. we arrived at the lake I was ,

: ', Georgiana, the heroine, has a brother i standing on the platform looking Phomm, 717.. 21 Cast Garde Strsal.Announcement .
Stephen, who has married into the I around to see Jf I could find some one

famUy of Carley. His wife is a flip i whom I could recognize. One of the

,$F pant, unsatisfactory, wordly little prettiest little ladies I ever saw walk.. PROF. I. E. ALLEN. .
body, who has been elevated to! a ed up and said: "l\fr-Allen come - ----

: higher plane in her world; of society I and make our house your headquarters .
When I heard him play in .the. contest

-Th by her striving marriage for more but who than is she continually can* 'could while not recognize at the fair her." ':I"Why told her she I ;, I thought he would win the first 1 LWVIN I HWWWV

ti4 r possibly enjoy. Her mother.\ Mrs. 'said, "don't you know I'' used to go prize.. ,
______ Carley, 'Sr., is what Clyde Fitch is to school In Milton!" Yes she While waiting at the station Saturday -

_____ wont to call a "widow of the world." i proved to be the' oldest daughter of morning I met. two ladies In

_____ She is absolutely false In everythingbut Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, Beal. I was de- whom a daughter I was greatly of "Bully"interested.* Cawthon Oneis a I am pleased! to announce to my friends in Pen-
___ her chatter is BO entertaining and lighted to know that' Mr. Beal and
____ witty and at times so keen that It family are so well located in'DeFun- chum of my youthful days; the otheris sacola that I have associated myself with the Pensa
__ C. Bur-
of 'John
a daughter Rev.
r is neighbors a pleasure, even to hear at. her their criticise great he ex I iak.ful mill Mr.men.Beal ,Is one of our success russ, one of 'the most noted, TJniTersalist cola Cement and Stone Company, and will .take the

L pense. *- '" f t On the arrival of the morning trainI 'preachers in the United StateS. management of all constructive work. We will be

Georgians, the true and great char had the pleasure of,, shaking, hands I am1 happy to BaY DeFunlak pleased'to furnish estimates
sidewalks
acter of the story, is an orphan who I with Gen. W. B. ,Lamar, and it mademe Springs has improved considerablysince on concrete

ARTHUf- DUNN has been brought up with every luxury feel good to have him by thehand. I I was there three years ago. I work of any character, and the only Miracle Hollow
and demands a certain homage Mr. J. R. Brown Invited me to left Pensacola on Thursday. morning,
Who will appear tonight at the opera house in "The Little Joker." Block. All work entrusted to us will have -
from every one who comes; within dine with him on Friday, and I had and came back on Saturday morning, my personal

her range of life. All sorts and con- the pleasure of meeting his very interesting but the time was brimful of pleas ]I supervision, and we guarantee absolute satisfaction -

Last Night's Play. I her own histrionic ability. So'far her ditions of men make love to her, children ,family: -two sons and a
The second largest audience of.the efforts have been crowned with great adore her the servants obey daughter. ure.Now, Mr. Editor, please don't.thinkI I I in every instance. Respectfully,

present season witnessed the presentation -''I success, and those who saw her In every wish. Fortunately, she is self- Every time, I meet "Jim" I am want to discuss politics, but I don't,

of "Zaza" last night by Miss the play last night would unquestionably reliant enough to carry the day, and made to think of the time I first see why Gov. Broward shouldn't be STEPHEN HARVEY

:Mabel Montgomery and company. II be glad to see it again. in her battle for supremacy she wine made his acquaintance. I had just president to follow W. J. Bryan when J.J ..........

There Is no question about It, that I Miss Montgomery enters into the the double victory of defeating the married my second wife, and would his term expires in 1912. I I'

audience enjoyed the'play and Miss I part with her whole heart and soul viiiian who has nearly spoiled berbrother's not have taken any moderate boot In conclusion'' I want to say the I I 4

Montgomery's interpretation of 'Za- and gets a great deal out of it She life, and winning her victory between myself and the king of Eng Gulf Coast Agricultural Fair was agrand :: Church street. He will gladly call three charges of breaking
in
"Her Own and enteI'The
za-- True, "Zaza" is not new and I laughs with the author's "Zaza" : Way. land. "Jim" was courting his first success; and I think that gen- for any articles that may be donated. ing. houses she entered
were
this is a sort of a revival of the I weeps with her and worships with wife, Miss Martha, daughter of Dal- ial little gentleman, Mr. Storrs is SnovSt those of E. E. Llger VEar:
play which a few. years ago made a her. In physique, she is probably too HEADACHES ANDNEURALGIA FROM las Fe&den and' of course he was the man. above all men for manager. and Geo. W. Ward where, George
It is stated
sensational hit all over the Am/rican I tall to make an ideal "Zaza" but one COLDS. one of the happiest men I ever-saw. Respectfully yours, MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 75 she

continent At that time the difficult very readily forgets this defect, if defect wide LAXATIVE Cold and BROMO Grip Quinine remedy the removes world I The Brown House is a very popular L E. ALLEN. DEGREES; MINIMUM 59 DEGREES The court secured reserved considerably property.her

role of the French concert hall singer it is, when she enters into the cause. Call for full name. Look for lI1 resort for fine ladies and gentlemen.I :Brent, Fla. ,Nov. 11, 1906. I sentence >a
"Zaza," was in the able hands of spirit of the French author's play. nature E. W. Grove, 25c. enjoyed the debate between Gov- The maximum temperature at Pen. cases until next Monday when the
-j
Mrs. Leslie Carter who placed it Her support is unfortunately not up ernor Broward and Hon. C. Dougher WINTER GARMENTSFOR sacola yesterday was 75 degrees at; regular term convenes.

among the list of plays that will to-the standard. The leading man is BIG NAVAL COAL BARGESUCESSFULLY I ty, but when I found out that Mr. THE POOR' 1:30 p. m.. while the minimum of 59-I Jane to lioseley colored, pleaded: guilty
petit larceny and sentencedto
degrees registered at'lL was
never die.There weak and is a decided drawback to FLOATEDThe Dougherty had no better sense than was m.
is nothing easy in the title her although his part Has but littlein I to live 54 years in single! wretchedness The Salvation Army asks the public ) '' Last year, on the same date the 60 pa days.ya fine of $15 and costs or serve

role of this beautiful drama. It calls it that is dramatic.The tug Unoas yesterday succeeded I felt 801T7'>that I listened to his to assist them in relief work by maximum was 69 degrees and tht,

for acting-real acting, comedy, emotion play is not unlike Dumas's in floating one of the big naval coal talk.. donating clothing that can be used, minimum 58. degrees. SIX
life and something barges, which was blown ashore at I have always wanted to witness PERISHED IN
bordening on "Camille, and the difference lies in especially clothing for women and, TWO PLEAS OF GUILTY
tragedy This season that part is en- in the fact that there is more comedyin the ,navy yard during the harricane.' an old-fashioned fiddler's contest;, and children. They have many calls for I' IN CRIMINAL COURT STEAMER WRECK
trusted to Miss Mabel Montgomery, "Zaza" and less sadness. The tug has been engaged on, the I had that pleasure on Friday even- clothing and will appreciate the dona-I',

a young actress without an established work for several days, and ;yesterday ing.I. tion of anything! in this line. CaptH. Two pleas of 'guilty were entered Charlottstown P. E. L, Six men
reputation, who is making a success The Little Joker. the coal barge, which is one of the spent my last night with the lovely F. Harman, the officer in chargeof yesterday.In the,criminal court Judge perished in the wreck of the Norwegian -

purely on the merits of the char The popular-little comedian, Arthur large ones, was'fioated into deep family of Dr. Malcolm Baggett, the local poet, can be reached Beggs presiding. Hannah J. Malone steamer Olga at Black Bush, sal

acter- which she handles so well andRACHEL Dunn. and his big company of merry water and moored. I who has recently ''moved to the lake through P. O. box 728, or at 211 colored, entered a.. plea of guilty to others, are in great peril

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believed she had fath- to be more attentive. I'd lever said Rachel, coldly, "In that lower haste and dishevelment-the doctor. the lobby; a woman had fainted. It votedly .attentive; .and certainly? he I doctor's

the secret of why she suit her. I ean mend a broken. leg. box. Queer dress she's got on." He gained her side with a plunge. was Joe Powell's, wife-you know the had been less.. JeTj9tedlr! ttentlTe. The doctor eyes.
to him
pressed
care for the doctor. but I cant' please her. 0, Lord! She leaned over the rail and dan- "Rachel, he Piped "I-Good Lord Powells. Nay..evejTfcore: > the band tightly
She ought fad- within his arm. The action -
Rachel! have been n'
What doing Rachel ,
this gled the glove she had idly pulled you kept silence mlre.-
Much attention from men had Rachel lagged: "I cant rt'oee'' hto. He ,hadforgotten' her. was mechanicaL He was In a
rendered her careless In general as way,*,' said she. The 'doctorlotfkedblank. off. '"If I threw It down; she Rachel was tall; but inch.In that"What moment "Joe hailed me, and I brought her Why: He-ha4 been the beyond swirl of amazement to which evea

to the precise of her refusals. thought. "I verily believe he would she gained! an around. but she went off again aDd above h his
r cause I have you been doing?" she answered! / Kb3W j sttength of his Icy was: secondary."I .
rush after it. He-would do anything.I Powell was so flustered he wa.snOtgood
She -we,? on the way to the theater "You-you-wanted- Btam- rlgdly. Drofessmnat J'l'hncteTii.v.hi,had_rUn don't understand her," h.
believe I'll try It!" And she drop- for much, and I called a car- to'a 'f
high
of.,scH>
truth nUac thought
with him one evening when the mered. abstrac for the third time that e1"en *
dawned upon her; for I she had graciously "I'm out of breath" satd-tRachel. ped itThe riage and went home'with 'them. Uou and-aL fttlOB.He.had-, I zt-..

consented that their friend- with subtle reproach.: doctor leaned over to gaze When I left them," said the doctor, to dignity,..er-'B to nobility. : "and she
after It.uf4\ better down &D4".et "their doctor waa there and she was ought to adaaU it, -
"She <
:
ship might continue. is incomprehensible! thoughtthe go ?, BITTER DI9 .PPQINTME T.
She had suggested that they walk. doctor, with mounting despair! It:::' he proposed instantly. all right anyhow. Her eyes, met the' doctor's. The Jerome dinner
The doctor had: remonstrated: theywere and he said hurriedly that they "You will miss the end of the .J "I'm glad she was all right," said doctor's expression held nothing of K. Jerome, at a !i

acne too early, and it was too would take a car. j I play" Rachel expostulated; but the Rachel with chilling emphasis. appeal-he frHely locker::wretched. New York expressed his disappoint

far. Rachel had Insisted; and three Racket heard without heeding; doctor arose. y ,. "What did you think I was doing?" And Rachel smiled-faintly! ; then ment at'not yet having met Mr How-

times already the doctor had asked they were' three blocks from the I I "Pshaw! said Rachel; and again "I-I thought-I_** the 'doctor with an Increasing: :vwa cj>. ells. the novelist.,

solicitously whether she was tired. theater! ,' Would he actually be foolish -j i[her scorn filtered through the doe- stammered abjectly; then he braced .Here.-It luvpreaead a7r with a force "Perhaps think." said :Mr.
"He is too devoted to me," Rachel: enough? Rachel as he handed j'['I tor's confused per epUons.I himself with the grim and bootless sudden and: .lrnslaUtle-ns the Jerome you enoughto
rejected; "that is It. He thinks! top her carefully into the far, laughed |I "\ can't understand her at all." he courage of a man who 'mounts the port she needed. She TerO-nvixed sup "that I am not great: I
I I It, meet Mr, Howells. You think
mutt of me, actually. He ought not with an obvious, light derision 'thought, mentally groaning. scaffold. "I forgot all about you, albeit wit. high toniahmeVt
She have meetIng -
to show It as be does. He hasn't At the theater the.doctor strove' to r I I $he had time to 1'eAeeupou It; the Rachel." he said. confessed if. And confessing! not done enough to merit
!
she him.
enough appreciation of himself. lie retrieve himself. He had taken seats! doctor did not :return promptly. She Rachel regarded him. So many capitalated. net gtegerry; not it II At any rate my disappointment the
half is I In much
+ is mr superior." she Informed herself In the front row of the balcony: because I experienced some surprise: and as 1I' emotions battled within her for supremacy -tbeartedly, but-wttb lull graciousness, .- great am the disappointed
magnanimously, "and he should that was Rachel's preferred location the minutes stretched: and did not that they left her, face expressionless -I Her smile rew tQ-what some position as
appeared I window
know it, and show that he knows It.a lie folded her proeramn bring him her surprise grew to to blansness. Chief in the doctor's "confounded' ito cleaner. the

Bat to be tagged around and gazedat with tamest care: he took Into his haughty; astonishment. He had had among them was her overwhelming. a dazzling saabarif She":eyea put forth be I "This poor follow windows' wu cleaning of the first
great plate glass
and fussed over the whole time-..- own charge her YR ." Her fur collar I time to Cad twenty lIMes! t humiliation. |B.' kfe-i bI1B4 : .n ey-pad reached when
floor of Park Lane mansion
It'll tiresome. It kills my interest in bet opera glass, her large hat It More minutes passed.; Rachel's And the doctor had 'caused it; the the street "If you won't offer R a and fell
me r-r thud! .he slipped
= him. If we were engaged. It wouldbe struck Rachel that thus burdened i emotions progressed form amazement doctor! It was unbelievable. It was your arm.Phnipshe: taking I I, to-the had- stone sidewalk below. It
be looked ridiculous. vexation to, iadlgaatioB of an extreme bewildering -
worse. No I couldn't stand It"} tc ; it "Ii'
At the same time she held out her When he spread her fan she said nature; and thence to alann. A singular thought struck sudden She bef 1i'-ftf"betore gas'cIed was a matter of some tea feet"A of -
him lull sympathy
'I crowd fathered
hand "You. might hare noticed," she she was not warm. His every suceesSJve The curtain had falUn. the. play was ly across her mind M It pursued Its, 'hilip. The do tot 'went-' few UH- Fortunately, the can was

laid looking injured, ,"that I didn't act way: singularly and fatally over and the orchestra crashed into course ot relentless eQademaaiion. A even steps ta a ' not
tup much.
hare time to button my gloves!1" operative against him No, she could I a patriotic air. .And Rachel waited. startUn.thought, u WMUi the faction."shall ; V-owikr' ,
; JJe raised himself to a sitting posture
"0!" said the (doctor and he stop- never lore a man Who kept himself What should sh, dot Most she go. doctor had behaved in. a maaaer sore !gasped. to him with a glass
ped with regretful haste and buttoned t&der her feet like that It was too I home atone She UJglPJ.. on a RACHEL.+ nearly in accordance, with her desires .Let..tt" ut feeantlfttl and servant ran

a them under lamppost, wearing. I messenger boy to take her home. She than e* aay-.previous occasionwhatsoever. stars Aaa'Tti-i=want tct- See, the of wits,. windowcleaner
the
he seriously, and had The doctor wiped his race with his say some "Bitterly Disappointed
Rachel. that
"I'm inconsiderate he thought "I- murmured.-could-. considered thing. Do ron. remember what the water aside."Only .
k **ud she thinks I am. Women like to ;'t yoa-r on' you think-you might! fairly decided up>" It when *>e saw, haadkerchieL, It was uadeajahly a trath. She had said" saidRaeJieL--when! ; you waved 'From
I asked water? he said
**' "Whan I down. Rachel, he wished.,that he you
the came
be considered; they like to have their reconsider-> coming at high an*?* down warble were mere ladepead- me-you said' If X fall to
ever changed should I have to :
what
wuti attested to and anticipated. I "That's Maggie-Corlear'a aunt." floor! into %n'effect ot headlong: said, "there was a rumpus here U eat; had longed to see him less de niao-* ', .She looked rate; my hight *"
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MAY YET :
I BE DIVORCE SUITAnother

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: I Has'Been Floated Off in Paris. .t.. ,
and Toiv- We
.. .. are expecting a large on the labels. Look out
of. "Columbia"Buggies --
Across shipment ,
: ed the For'
Bay

\- : : : : \ : and Runaboutswith Paris, ,NOT.By Associated..-At to-day's Press. hearing for the alum compounds. '

,Further Examination. J -inch rubber tires and 14 of the Castellane (nee Gould) divorce 0 r r.i 4

case the attorney for the countees
Tires
inch Cushion from
$80 t.
: endeavored to show that the count

I' l... .) "j : : : : : : to $100, guaranteed. wrote many letters entreating the NOTE.-Safety lies in buying only? ..i f'
: Babcock Runabouts countess to resume maital relations,
The I 14i urging her "Don't let die like Royal Baking Powder which
is
Norwegian bark Campbell, me an '
We're right in the with i Cushion Tires from $125 to a. ,:
race the- thought to be a hopeless .wreck and abandoned dog. 'Twas then said ,

'" the human race has ever had. :; ,of'value for only the metal contaiaec $150 the attorney "that the countess worn pure, cream of tartar baking powder !
Q In'her construction may yet prove out with her husband's Insincereity ;
No matter how cold i 'the weatheV { : of more value than anticipated when .Don't fail to see. }these bug wrote him,: a- postal ;card_ saying *my and the.best t.that. can be made t.jfj f'I'
rH
- she .was purchased by: uave' Lev for quality responseis i ,th(] refusal pf 'a respectable : ;" 'J i iIN
heat in our $21; double-breasted 1 long the junk in her,for the .sum of 50. woman to see such a libertine."
will
'The bark hs..been. floated and surely please you. The attorney described the coun- : '
If you want to be well-dressed .... : moved from;her 'I position> on the eastside 'Another large shipment of tesses offer to give Boni thirty thou- f
of Tarragona street wharf to a sand dollars annually and two hun-
show, come here for your togs. point across the.bay, where a further Light Delivery Wagons on dred thousand dollars to pay off his .

examination will- be made, and it is the way. debts but said that he wanted fifty ,
believed that instead of being burned thousand dollars and the settlementof

to get the metal.iuther. that, she wilt all his debts. At F-DAZED STATE ]
be' converted' into a barge and be of Counsel for the count read affec- <
I'service for years.: f f 6 tionate letters written by the coun- .

: /( The pumps have given but on ''the tess excusing her inability to furnish '

vessel, w...ich" has prevented the further"ezaminstion' funds because her brother George STRANGE WOMAN TALKS :
of the damage don Show Room Adjoining our wouldn't sup'piy them. The attorney ,,

her by the stoir.1,.but as soon as Hardware Department. also charged that the divorce proceedings # i i
"
THIESEn! \ these are' ripI red .' due wholly to outside *
will be were
.she
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pumped out, and! it .can then be tolc mischief makers and protested that Says That Dead Man Is W. E. Rogers,. and That She Is i'} ,;

I I what disposition; still l be',made of her.REPRIMA Boni was not a brute but a gallant '
i gentleman, full of respectful affectionfor Not His Wife-Later Made Statements That He '. [ ;

..... i ti s h__,.- ______.__ ____ his wife whose ambition it was .! t' .
SOMETHING NEW $: FOR i to fulfill the' dreams of luxury of the Killed a Man In Florala. ':
American heiress who married him. !
I f Kid-filled Beauty Pins, 25 and 30c per psir ;r '_ : i
.
MAJORITY Of
W. A. Gahlenbeck., 2H S. Paiafox SL STU E5 ..:WILLIS: L': 11 00 RE In a half-dazed condition and talk but few intelligent remarks could be J .i rt
'
.. THE OKOLOOSA ing in a rambling manner, the woman] obtained from her; so it was decided \ 'il, j
- -- who here with to further efforts obtaining
came Monday night a postpone any at 'I t
COTTRELL ftEATHErV strange.r .supposed to be W>E. Rogers information until she recovers 1 >i if
: AfcTION ;
FINE OF BUREAU
PHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacola; -'la. : ,-4F.'i' f'V' :t HUGHES52OOO MOW AFLOATLAUNCHED whose death was 'caused by asphyxiation sufficiently to answer questions. Intel }' Ii

Fon; ; ..C : 'CHIEF. irirtGftSE'.OF.. PRINTER talked yesterday after. ligently and know what she is talk. :1; i
; 't-1, ', noon and last night, but her statements ing of.Her. : r
TURTON & BELL. -J TH; E'.CAUSE., -: were conflicting and a portionof condition is still quite serious. i,
_
PHOTOGRAPHERS SlflCE/ 1370.Kcdak : .- .
,
: ; ': 'FROM HER POSITION the time ,she was talking in an :J '
Supples. flnishh1 l lor! ,Amitt ,.. ;. ; condition. ,
: ..' ( By Associated Press A telephone message was received f,
,'. S' ;: V- : : Tl' .'resident BETWEEN TWO STREETS Yesterday afternoon to Judge Nich- in the yesterday afternoon from
R. K. WHITE, siington"vNovI:; 7t_ the Bronx then gave Bruce, republican elsen the stated that her city
.__ has.bdereda, reprimand dml.1tster. 85,598 and Chandler 163,892. YESTERDAY.The woman Deputy Sheriff Allen Brewto at :Mc s I I
r.i(t.lllthr.Mtiiiifacturing Jeweler! ant Graduate I Mrs. Minnie Spottswood,
was
Optician.! 30 S. Paiafox Street.Pens cola. Fla. ,. '" : ed:to Willis 'L.. ,Moored chief of the Brooklyn at the, same hour with' 89 and name that she. was not .the wife of the David, stating that he was looking for t :i if
l weather burea'a -Tis'faetiott": In the' a man answering the description of
.j
; election districts missing, gave Bruce t
she here with
whom ,
After 12 o caseof a pribt r'named,cooper, of'I 67,710 and Chandler; 106464. In the I tug Okoloosa; which has been man whose is W.-. came'E. Rogers. They the one published in The Journal 'f I
name
t Tersely Told his'office who' was:: expelled by the I interest which centers about the resting upon a pile of timber and came here from Jackson, :Miss., she yesterday morning, and requesting '1 I ; 1
Business typographical> union" 'for'cot paying Hughes-Hearst returns little notice wreckage since the September storm, but refused to sire her place that the body be examined to set it "t ,., I
strike1 assessments.. It 'is'alleged that to the judiciary results by was launched from her position yes. said two toes were missing on one foot. : j
Postmaster Allie, of Chi'pley, is lu was given of residence., She said however, that, t't'j
the city as a witness in the federal Moore urged CooPer'. to'pay' the as the masses last night. The indicated -terday, and is now moored alongsideof she had a son who was with her No toes are missing:; on the body of t
court ly Be sessments. Following' his refusal defeat of the judiciary nominators her former wharf and will. be readyto mother but refused to give the address the dead man. The deputy stated k f
Cooper was transferred to New Orleans ,that the man wanted had robbed a ;. !
ticket which work today or tomorrow.The ; I
ticket, this city, the was resume
S. H. Gillis, of DfFtinlak, was or rather was in:such a con .
and claimed that this action i place in Mississippi of a large amountpf t t tr
vessel driven between
committee{ of lawyers was up
- named by a could j
visitors 1 The dition that. 'the judge not get
among the prominent to the .
city yesterday. agreed to was intended as a punishment Cooper headed by Joseph H.-,Chose and Alton Palafox and Jefferson streets, and a her to answer. money and some revolvers. 1 1If t
to-morrow, so will be reinstated in the weather, B. Parker, escaped general attention. big deal driven through her hull. She furthermore stated that she r .

V J, F. Mathis, of Holly, and A.I and, other bureau. ... i iI As to the le tlrwhile: it is ,expected -1 I AU of the necessary repairs were 'was the one who blew .out the gas. I your brsssels rag persists In roll'I 1

Breaky, of Bagdad, were here yesterday -j of visiting : I its' complexion wjll not be,!made while.she, was resting high and ;but was in a 'very dazed, condition Ing! up at the edges, turn.it.over and I p
on business. I nessing the THE ELOQUENT UDG::. changed materially\ still there were i'dry, and a railway built running from when she made this statement and I I II. apply a, good coat of glue. Let it dry : j

L. W. Crow, of Chipler! a prominent Riera Shoe I so many Interesting contests so i the tug to the bay. Yesterday she did not know 'at that time that Rogers before turning and yon' will not be ? t .
An Jaeldeat Illustration a Trait In was ready to be launched and glidedoff
citizen of that place is in the city ona !Son Prickett, many of them three-cornered .in the : was dead. troubled I[ any more. t
J. I Woman's Xature.. city that the finals on the returns 1 1I Into the water. with but littl- I I
short business visit. i Ill. Bruce ;A Different Story. I'I'I "
White & :-\ix "Do you see the woman walking in I.were waited .for with interest. ,I trouble. Last night Judge Nichelsen.receiv .Don' torture.your eyes but humor < i ,
Col.! W. IV. Flournoy. of DeFuniak, Friedman & front of us there?" asked the man with For an election, in which so much! II telephonemessage: to come HO 1 1I
ed a :
is the FAULTS OF CHILDREN. I,.them for If 111 treated they revenge ; :
among out-of-town attorneys W. J. & .:*. j 1 I the.fashionable tie to the friend who, interest was taken* it was a remarkably I the boarding house at once This themselves .
formidable wrliv.
who! ere in the city in attendanceupon I H. O. Anson, was strolling up Bro dwaiwlth-biro, quiet day aboutthe polling I message'was from, Mrs. Wilkerson" to; by mating ,l.r, {
favestiffate the Caves Before, Rs.sorting kles and crow's feet.
the j .
session of the United Statescourt '
i O. Clothing I "Do you notice anything particularly places. The 4W afresta at the polls' to Punishment.A whom the' woman'cad stated that '"t...,; k '
I I& Reese Co.4"i, striking about her? Nothing, except, were fewer than had generally been I Rogers had killed a man, in. Florala! i '.
RC., )Moore formerly a member' l\I(' that she Is very well dressed? That's txpected. For: an election night, too, < large amount of so called haughtiness last week and when told that he was An Old Ice Chest.A ,
of the firm of Dailey & Moore of Qulna. T. there was remarkably little disturb- among children may be accounted dead, stated that she was glad of It, writer In the House Beautiful describes : f !
this city is in the city, circulating ard Clothing ; what I would say. Now ell bet you ance. The crowds 'lingered.. about the', for upon grounds; which quite exclude I as he mistreated her and recently i I'i the conversion of an old ice f ,: '

among his old patrons and friends.He & Soti. 'C. R- half a dollar that when she passes the streets and cafes with horns and I the desirability of punishment for its ,kicked her. chest Into a useful piece of hall furni i',
is now traveling out of New Orleans I three women walking Jus.t ahead of her other noise producing instruments correction says a writer In the London The woman has a large bruise on I I ture. The possibilities of an old Ice .f'.j t' -

representing the American I all three will" nudge each other simul- until daylight and only one case of t Lancet. 'It may be due to the fact that her side as though she had. been : box the kind that opens from the top. J JI f : :

Coffee Co., and will make Pensacola TWO |taneously. serious trouble was recorded. This!, the child Jias bad insufficient sleep or kicked there and this was discoveredby are wonderful. I sawed the legs off ; t
about every thirty days. j f The woiaan behind was walkngI was at Forty-seccnfstreet and Broadway -I is overtired after a long day's excite the physicians soon after they began -: mine, put rollers on and. after scrub- i ; P
III faster than the three in front and she where a crowd resented the interference meat efforts to revive her. i I I 1
Rathbone Lodge No. 30, Knights of I bins, stained it weathered oak. I put .i Ii i !
_ Pythias, will meet tonight with busi soon passed them.' The three T omen of the police and before Children may be restless or restiveas She also gave a different name last on black iron strap hinges and a big LH'

- ness of importance to be considered. : looked her over from foot to head, then the fight had ended several patrolmen -I the direct result of being undertired. night: saying that her name' was Mrs:I' padlocE, then took the zinc lining out 1{li I {t 1 '
and all members to' nudged each other with their elbows as were. beaten but not seriously Calhoun.
.r- are urged be They may Lave been confined at home Nichelsen and relined with green picture matting 74 ,*t
re present Members "of sister) lodge BLOODY / f if possessed with the same thaug) t. hurt. for the whole day owing to the inclemency When Judge reached the I and had a handsome chest for taT ,+!>-",:
have :
It and visiting brethren are cordially it?" the place the woman appeared to relapsed -
"How did you know inquired of the weather and as a conse- \ call."
in semiconscious state, and I
"
invited. HAM a
a. friend as the other pocketed the half outlet for '
quence the only apparent 1
MOBILE BAY :;
f. The Civil Service Commission an, dollar."I their restrained physical energy is -------- [ 1 :;
er Bounces that an examination will beheld didn't know it," was the reply. "II I found by annoying those who have
:
Je in this city on Nov. 28. to fill,the I had it would have been taking an in- 1 FUMIGATION! t charge of them. Official Scratch Pads f: JJ

II. position of night inspector in the cusp By : fair advantage of you to !>et_ But,I There are also some cases In whichan ,

'( the toms service. Those desiring to take Birmingham was reasonably certain of Itl: There faa J Incipient physical or mental disorder We have them in large variety for pocket or desk use. \.' ., .:
examination can procure blanks former :
a certain inCescribable something in manifest itself by symptoms .
may \ '
'e and full information by applying to killed some women's manner appearance: and WILL HEREAFTER BE CARRIED which very strongly resemble willful Suitable for pen or pencil. Each sheet being perforated, ':_: .

the postoffice.secretary of the local board at the and at the carriage that causes all other women to 'ON UNDER DIRECTION OF perversity unless tee possibility of tbe a sheet can be taken from any part without disturbing the = .' ;r'

ed William nudge each other at sight of her. Icouldn't onset of an illness is borne in mind. It other sheets. ::, JCO
Mobile Register: All along the stable. toll: you just what it Is, but I'm THE GOVERNMENT.By is notorious that ill timed punishment

:( river front from the southern docks were in a l ready to put up a wager on it every in these cases at times has precipitateda 23 SOUTH PALArOX STKffT .' ,.
to the foot of St. Anthony street, any North time. The nudge Is simply a part ofwomen's a \ attack. Stuttering and shyness I E 5 BOOK STORE Brent Building. Peons 233

'n quantity of wreckage and numerous when Jost 'I sign language which means Associated Press. are also likely to be aggravatedI : .. .. _.
-------- --- -- --
eo small craft are laying around driven charge Mobile Nov. ..-By .the signing ofa I U' --
something that cannot fie Into noticed. deaf child is often
HI up there by the recent storm. Some body killing put lease with the Quarantine Board of by being 0"j
few have been repaired and floated. ed words bet which every otter woman Mobile bay the fumigation of vessels inattentive and has been occasionally I .

W the majority of them are still him. To-day's I understands.-\ew York Press. from infected ports will be under the j I classed' among the mentally defective. '
: there and appear to have been aban- quel of a ql\* direction of the United States government j. It has been said that many children
doned. Workmen were busy on the day. Spoiled Visits. The plant was bought sub-1 are punished for the faults of their.j If You Contemplate Buying 1 X

eteamer J. r. Schuh yesterday. pumping t "Xo. won't. let you help me wash ject to the approval of the Alabama i I teachers. This. .Is undoubtedly true I .
her out. They expect to float her the dishes." said the neat little housekeeper legislature. I when such faults exhibit themselves as I ; !
f -day. Information received from I
In the
after luncheon. "When I took ; a continually close atmosphere :
Fort Morgan Is to the effect that th-. FUND FOR'RAILROAD I strained and
. this Sot I determined never to let my RELIEF { schoolroom! or a prolonged ;
. troops of the Ninety-eighth companyand attitude of the pupil's body \ >
the Ninety-ninth arc friends help wtth the dishes. You see, MEN cramped A Suit Overcoat r
Jcttlng'ln readiness to move company on November I have a lot of relatives; whom I visit i while he Is seated at work. 1 request i or
I exercise in the air awj
a 8. now and then. The moment I get there Philadelphia. Nov. 7.The month periods of open ,.
t I I I ly report of the Employes Relief j i essential in order to arouse the circulaI i' r
I the cook leaves. I never knew It to I
Best Fund of the Pennsylvania RailroadCompany's I tion and to stimulate the mind If a
i Ever. Made-Blue Ribbon I
fail. Then I say politely 'Let me help
\ lines east of Pittsburg and 1 mischievous disposition la: to be com
Lemon Vanilla. Absolutely'pure ;
;I
and J
wash the dishes. Of course they
you
to Erie shows that the payments for the; bated. You will find interests
twice
as far and the "Blue Ribbon
;
say "Oh, 'so, but they end by lettingme 191)6. amountedto your : ,
month of September. I
.. F1ze. do If Just! the same. The result is it 5115,151.32. O! this amount $40- t
visits.** Nevr York Press. best served by asking us to I
spoils my 902.03 were on account of death and Etiquette of Introductions.

"ALL ABOARD"IS I -. ,. represent the payment of death benefits On an at home day when many are 1
II la tine, La.sdry.. to the families of members and present a hostess is not required to show you our $J 2.50 and t : :'i i

NOW OFFICIAL If your war has given out and tho the further payment: of $74,213.00 in make Introductions between her guests t f'I :a

1 I starch sticks to the irons, try kero- benefits for incapacitated the relief of for members work disabled in- unless she wishes to do so, but when $J5.00 line of R. & W. and
and
sene. Put a little of the oil on a the callers number but one or two onlyit

note Sew official.York, Nov7.'All The Pennsylvania aboard"Railroad is-i Up cloth and rub the hot Iron over it a the Since Company's the organization service. of. the Relief is Incumbent upon her t3 introduce I High Art Clothing. The >;tYI
few times. This will the starch lunch-
Company has issued an order keep Department February 15, 1885, there them to each other. At a large; .
that all brakemen, Pullman conduc- I from sticking and remove any .dirt have been paid In death benefits f6,- eon party the numbers regulate whether line for the in '
1 tors and porters must can out these that may have collected on the bottom 33L1S9.64, and on account of disable- or no general Introductions are to be I strongest price : :

.I T* *'ords. in a distinct voice, ex- tad wrapper of or side of the irons which often soils ment $9.130.752.04r or a total of J15- made. It Is not possible to Introduceell
wetly two minutes before the train r&r-Honer is the garment. It Trill also give a glossto 4C1.941.6S. In a'given time and therefore only Pensacola. ;
)leaves a division terminal station. 4 both that trw3 -in the clothes. As so little oil 'Is used, two or three of the principal people ,
, r at Ute I t
At large towns where trains stop li* will care there Is no danger. present are introduced. says Woman'sLife.
l IOTeraI minutes passengers have had a3d tbroat cJectuiUy and At a small luncheon party on

Way of leaving the train and stoll-: What Dthe Goose the contrary, to Introduce all the gueststo 1
,
Ing IP and down the platform. They Dr. There Is an old catch'qu Weigh 6tiou'thltnever Rests a each other Is the received rule and '
: are
apt to wait until the minute of this Is done Immediately on arrival If
I Carting to re-enter the train. The, fails to mystify half'the people! or Informally directly "
I Resent "all aboard" order is meant to who bear It. Perhaps It may be knownto Tired Stomach possible or Indirectly formally as the hostess may prefer j THE M. & 0.

: get all the passengers inside before many of our boys and'girls.'' To but still an Introduction of some
the J wheels begin to move and there- others it may give'some amusement. Is made. I ,
kind
' br add to the safety of passengers by Here is the form In which It is usually

I mlnating!! the risk incurred by one. put: If a goose weighs ten pounds and '! : CLOTHING STORE :
I who boards a car that is under way.Fire bAIt its own weight, how much doesIt Grape-Nuts Connndmm'

&sold. by i weight The unwary are likely to ( Why does a dressmaker never lose
I in Kansas City. per I her hooks" ? Because she has an eye'on '
answer, 'fifteen whereas
pounds .the
Kansas! '1 The four S tbesj.I 321-323 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
Cit NOT. ,-* each of :
Is If
!lIE E. E. rPt answer twenty pounds for
Mors brick west Slttn I difference between an {
building at 308 I What is the
ill It velgh ten pounds plus half its own ,. -THERE'S. A REASON.. j
Iir't.occupied; : by JftrTtest Kln-j I and ? Nlae cents
the, welsjbt tea beth. other old,dime a new penny:
i p'Isfilling, Company, was destroyed' by panada.must I ;
, th list half.f .
night Lossf'UW,000.' .. ;. ,ltd{ -wttfht. i







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: FOUfc THE PENSACOLA... _JOURNAL,_THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1.0L'd' ,

_
e..S AJSS= "

four' men In the audience In fifteen .i..r..i.. I ---II"-RHOI:11.
'
minutes. 'Sullivan will alsogive, .a I

f tjt; lhn atolaJ01Jtmd lecture on the art of self-defense. and CONTROL OF SCHOOLS JAPAN'SORIE VANCES \

moving pictures of the greatest fights 4' BY THE GOVERNMENT '.
I
in ring history ''WIll be shown. Sullivan -* -:---- I AUAINSTAMI3RICA

f -- is drawIng thousands In Texas Jacksonville Times-Union.. .
i
; Condition Brent Board. at present including niany women and I <,' By Samuel E. Moffett. In Collier',
DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Editor Pensacola:' Journal! children. There will be nothing In .... .. ..$ I .I..I' .

Kindly to Intimate the least the .... ...--------.1...
PUBUSHED EVERY EXCEPT MONDAY spare me apace offensive about perform ...
$ MORNING that those who are compelled to ance wlhch will prove a fine drawing Since the beginning our public .--"-

:';z .o.BY... travel the Brent road pay taxes and card.-Gainesville Sun. school system has been controlled by A painful situation has suddenly developed child should be Instructed in
for repairs to their and buggies the local authorities which furnishedthe
wagons .1 I No, 37 or public
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. as well cultivate that spirit of No Apologies to Make. money; for them the state .county In our. relations! with Japan. sol. school boards have school"\n
the
; patience characteristic of the nativesof The St. Augustine Record attemptsto and municipal officials and boards. A section} of the Japanese people has which is exercised In at least rMt!

!' that neck of the woods. would appreciate an extent to call the editor to taw. Naturally the regulations reflected local become ,Inlected with the idea that of the the of the a third

FRANK L MAYES, Pr..ld.nt an., General Manager greatly If the omcials re on the article of last week relative sentiments many points and, Americans ,are, unfriendly) to them, vide separa'o state schools Unon white to nnv-

:::' sponsible for the condition of that to Florida being imposed upon by railroads because this has been true, the systemf colored ana

L: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. magnificent though apparently neglected however we have no apologiesto has been popular aa well as use and the cordiality that .aaa beenun ntive-br citizens it woull
seem deny them
Introduced the
.make. Maybe the East Coast Is and broken since Perry Japanto hrd right
: highway. would take a trip ful-it has grown and developed
as he friend to its western civilization half a century to sepat schools for .
suggests
out say as far as Brent and make a great is not the creation of one man's wiTh foei -
SUBUCRIPTION RATES themselves acquainted with the numerous patrons, but we doubt it very much. States it ago is endanger Various little Incidents era. California state law

OM Year ... .. ...........$8T 00 OtsMonth.. .. .. .. ... 45 minature crevices, canyons On this side of the peninsula the the or an east official and proclamation.west as well as In the have contributed to this state which Is at the the bottom of the present

StxMonths., .? .. .. .. Z50 One 'Week .. .. .. .. '.. 10 hills and valleys marring Its service people as we stated In our last Issue south have separated the races and o! things; but 'the one that has cu troulle, puts Japanese on exactly'

Ttere: Months.. .. ... ... 1 26 Weekly Edition.: per 7-1'.n COTfc () an experience which ,would doubtlessbe do not get a fair deal from the rail-' what has been done for the negroesIn deepest has been the antl-Japanes- the same footing with the very oldest
< roads. Freight rates are too high. agitation on the Pacific coast which native Americans-the Indians
followed by their speedy conversion states has been for or againstthe
-- --- -- some
-- and freIght. accommodations are poor and recently culminated In an order of the But the fact that the San
to the good roads theory Chinese in California. When protests Fncs
;; Only ftonaacola Newspaper From Which a DafaJtafCfrvaifafloa The transportation slow; most passenger San' iTancisco Board of Education I II board of education may
earn our eternal gratitude. trip made or b its
by negroes Wtn
St.,..,.", Can Be Secured. would do the trick If they survived trains during' the fruit and vegetable Chinese were, It has been uniformly declared I excluding Japanese children from th .I Iordinary legal rights does not mtt te fo.
season run late on account of express. public schools and confiningthem I ly and the
the odeaL A gentlemanrldlng home of and the worst of all the track Is In that the federal governmenthad to separate schools along with: i Never was msh more 'It actol

; Saturday night dropped into one such unsafe condition that a timid no right to Interfere. Koreans.i i
the children ot Chinese and Japanese Immigration
l4torill ...... ** Pa *rs en Sal en Trains the yawning abysses and broke the man is afraid to venture a ride on the But Japan Is more than' Africa or Of it Is absurd'to hold whole! vte T States is
Pbk { I I course a insignificant
(Bratow OflJct' ISM --p- spring of his buggy and the recordfor tram.-Lakeland Sun. China-she has a fleet and army. So aunf
and at all News Stands.. forcible and poetic rhetoric. The pupil Is expelled nation wii.cn has'given so many i <, 1ty and superior In quality to
when a Japanese
proofs of friendship as we have given I ninetenths of the white
blessings he bestowed upon conditionsin Rather Amusing.It from a school In San Francisco a IgtcD

Offlo.-Journa. Building-Corner lntend.nola general and ,the commissioners in is amusing, 'It is comical It is federal official by order from Wash- Japan responsible, for: the acts of the I that we receive without queton A
and DeLuna Sts. but classthe
politicians eta :single city popular a Japanese
particular were awe inspiring, and exceptionally ludicrous to hear the ington demands an Injunction re I a.r te ceaes
f.not bound by toe ruled immigrants we receive
feeling
with honest Indignation and TlTies-Un'on. the of a conn.
fraught very mouthpiece straining the local board, pleading !I
of logf, There Japanese in try in the worid. They have
are more
it is said a blue haze hung over the the great corporation powers of the that the expulsion of the, Jap' is in none of
PENSACOLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY-MORNING NOVEMBER 8 1906. San Francisco than in other cityon the that
spot for several hours afterwards. state remark thus: "The democratsof contravention of a treaty. 'A like any harteristIc made the invasion

Yours truly ,Florida have been earnest and treaty might save been pleaded In. the the American continent and they of Chinese coolies a dangerthat
have better,'facilities there for mak- had to be checked
zealous even
in at
DAVIS. their trusts the
ARTHUR W. fight against
of Chinese child as strong as
: ,Mr. Hearst's Defeat West Florida and and the power of money placed In the case a ; of ing their grievances known at home. cost of Incurring Chinas enmity
the
existed in case a negro
i and His Future. .. ....>> .. hands of the few."-Bartow Record a right The result"fa 'that' there Is serious They are*alert; adaptable, ready, anl
child after legal Investigation
the Gulf Coast Fair. ,, expelled
9 9 talk in Japan of repeating the Chinese anxious to acquire American war
Does Mr. Root
in Massachusetts.
!
: The marvelous run made by Wm. 9 NEWS AND VIEWS Now An. Editor. boycott of American gooos. U things Japan was our best friend among the'
The he did last
of than
R. Hearst for governor of New York' many advantages West Flor- OF THE STATE PRESS.Change 'Hon. Park M. Trammel presidentof know more now should come to that'pass the result. nations. Her people are keenly sensitive
{ I
ida and 'the prosperity and the enterprise t .. the state senate, has purchasedthe year? would be disastrous to San Francisco. ; they have an intensely. even
-even though he defeated constitutes The has been grantedand
was Injunction
of her citizens was never better H Lakeland News and become its whose prosperity depends upon Oriental [ developed sense of per

t-. an object lesson for the country exemplified than. at the Gulf Coast editor. We welcome him among the the school authorities In San trade. They would be still more sona atnI. and honor, and the agna
of Francisco must 'show cause" why
that is worth more than a mere pass- Fair and Circuits. penciI-shovers.-Lake City Index. disastrous If the Japanese exercising : against them California has
Agricultural Exposition the their action is not forbidden by Jaw. i
(: Judge B. H. Palmer will occupy :
Ing notice. that acute discrimination which was- wounded them
The which was held at DeFuniak Springslast circuit court bench at the next termof Put Up The Bars! 1 I Our forefathers refused to give any beyond the, capacity of the Chinese agitation t depts I i a

: conditions surrounding the week and which was, without court as there are cases to come Good gracious! Stop It somebody. I church authority In the public masses, should confine the boycott to eal whch srg, Wtho any

New York state campaign were probably question the best showing the resources up in the Columbia county court in Tidings come from the bureau of entomology schools, heretofore the local authorities -San Franciscoand compel the steamer erately worked demad up fo h b purposes de:1
*the which he is interested he has at to the have
so parents
most peculiar in the annalsof Washington that a new responsible
lines running to that port to trans I'jckless and
and ly newspapers
possibilities of this section changed with Judge Willis.- specie,of bedbug the schools. It be that pltt
American politics. It was admitted places an Inch long, wings managed may fer their business to Seattle. Inns until now it has gone
of the state that has ever, been Gainesville Elevator. and a strong beak Is on its from the federal government will now te
by both sides that party affiliations Texas. way The nominal reason for the segregation control of It authors, and public men 1
made. -Gainesville
Sun. which
that
adopt "Spartan system,
and alignments entered only remotely Of Interest to the Public. j I I of the Japanese children in ban:) are afraid resist it
Not only the i seems so admirable to our governor
was
into the situation and therefore productiveness of Owing to the vacancy existing in Newspaper Inconsistency. ''i and deny the parent any influence in Francisco was.that some of them baa The American people hare the mIsfortune !

the result cannot be regarded as havIng the soil demonstrated in a manner the office of register of the United :Many of the newspapers of Floridaare the education or training ofuJe trachoma JBut the obvious remedyfor to be judged by a much steer
that warrants the that deathof picking that weuld be to .examine all the 1 standard in their dealings with
prediction States land office, caused by the Governor Broward with wards of the state." If there will (or
any strictly partisan significance.It Robinson the 28th thorns and thistles so. children: and keep'out those afflicted, than the of
West Florida will eventually becomeone Hon. W. G. on and making his be no common schools in the south elgners people any other
was a Hearst and AntI-Hearst of the of Inst., all business requiring the actionof pathway anything but pleasant but whatever their race. Ihere are manyEuropeans country. The fact is comphmentan
garden spots the southland no taxes will be levied for their sup-
,
contest and the Anti-Hearst people both officers must await the filling if he were to die tomorrow these with trachoma but it but it is burdensome ILi

but the showing of live stock of such vacancy; and while the office same newspapers would place loving port, and the federal governmentmust would be a bold Board of Educationthat prhaps fight a war of exterminates

won.Hearst and poultry, all of the finest breeds, JS*kept open for the purpose of furn- and fragrant flowers on his bier. Why assume sole responsibility.The would propose to herd all the| with cn the for a generate
side will Aches
on one represented reform whole country wait withanxietT'
justifies all that has heretofore been ishing general information, no action not measure him up at his true worth children of European parentage by without etsm we have to x

in governmnet. a return of the said relative to the possibilities of can be taken upon applications to and In the effort to defeat his plans for the decision in that Saa themselves on that account. plain our conduct every time we chase

government to the hands of the people contest or enter lands. exclude epithets?-Ocala Banner. .Francisco case,, and Its deliverance The Japanese,consul at San Francisco a band of ladronea in the
this section from the stockman's enlriea i will make an epoch not less memor- Pblpppine
to'contest the -
Applications or protested against segregation
abolition of saved di
corporation abuses: I Although we
standpoint. to enter lands and all other applications After the Fat ,Jobs. able than did the Dred Scott decisiQn. order and asked the board tu 1, memberment she boycotts our goods;
overthrow of ring rule In the I
corrupt Fairs of this description, makingit requiring joint action of both It is said that applicants for fat But whatever the. result the south revoke It-; but that body. on October because we immigration

: cities and the freedom of the American possible for all the farmers of a omcers which may be presented during jobs to be given out by the Internal can take care of her own and other 25, declined rto pantthis request and mut restcthnee' ass

citizen to live and act and vote the vacancy will be received Improvement Board in case GOT. ',sections may do likewise if they will said that its. action was based on a tralian goods although dos Australia boyct
section to see exactly what their e1
as he pleases untrammelled by the time of presentation noted thereon, Broward's drainage scheme is successfuL i state law ,giving trustees the powerto elusion policy is more rigorous than

power and demands of the special neighbors are doing and thereby being and upon resumption of business are bobbing up in every section ." >>.. J.I .. "" exclude "all chidren 'of filthy or ours, japan is cut to the hear bj

stimulated to greater efforts both such apHcations will be disposed of of the state.-Tampa Tribune. :.i' :: vicious habits, or children suffering' an anti-Japanese agitation
I!
privileged interests. THE DISASTER AT
in their order.-Ocala Banner. .
in the improvement of agricultural ATLANTIC CITY from contagious or Infectious disease nia, but she does not worry about a
Hearst on the other side was opposed 4 9& --- and also to establish separate schools
products and live stock are of the Gala Month In Florida. 5. ... similar agitation In British Column;

:. either openly or secretly, by greatest value to any community andit The present month will be a gala 7t, A BETTER MAIL- --, *j .SavannahNews. 'i' for Indian 'children and for childrenof which belongs to an empire ait

every special interest In the state ofNew month in Florida. The Jacksonville SERVICE WANTED. '* ..... Mongolian or Chinese descent. which she has a formal treaty of al
is surprising,that more Interest Is .. This law provided further that when,
that the tmtaStates
York. He had arrayed against Carnival will open Nov. 5th and close I liance. I Is evident
-
not taken in them, and it is to be es-on the 10th and the state, fair at (Savannah News.) :* such separate schools were established that fierce listi
him. every corrupt corporation, every pecially that .I Fifty-four bodloa; have been recovered i "IndianChinez& or' Mongolian which undr object cf is
deplored pride in their Tampa will be in full blast from the from the creek at the Thoroughfare' upo-Te
,- theiving syndicate every plundering respective counties does not dictateto 14th to iiie 29th. Large crowds from **3a r-HHH-ioii-- i'f J. bridge near Atlantic City, where the: children mnst.not' admitted to any world's Inten teret. Nobles:?

trust every franchise grabber' and all over the state will attend both.- disaster oa the electric line of the Pennsylvania other." The. board added that it oblige. '
the commissioners of the various Dunnellon Advocate. The postmaster .general estimates raiiread occurred. on last Sun- would be glad to have the law tested -
tax-dogger, every political sore head counties of West Florida the advisa- that 1206,662490 must be apropriated day. An Jnq1leat la to be held at Atlantic:: in the FederaU-eourta. Its wish was The president's anxiety u do eren
whom he had hit during the ten Cttr to-day, with the bope of discovering thin consistent with national dignity
past by congress ,for the:maintenance of (
bility of assisting, financially, to the Marion in Good Shape. the cause at the accident It is the purpose gratified the next' day. when Judge to 'soothe the ruffled feelings of the
years every head and every hirelingof end that Assistant State Auditor Sadler. in the mail servlce"aurtng" the approaching of the Atlantic City officials to make i I Wolverton. of the United States dr his
every county In the section made manifest by
fiscal year That is a net Increaseof the Inquiry a searching one. Public Japanese
all the special Interests and all the commenting on his report on the : cult court, Issued an'order directing w
may be represented.At sentiment demands that nothing be leftundone action In despatching tet
$15,000,000 over the last postal SertJ
books of Marion that ap
county says our to find out whether it : it to show cause why one of the'ex.
organized wealth of all New York was an calf to San Francisco immediately w
the DeFuniak Exposition there county officials are 10 be congratulated propriation. Of that increase nearly accident that could not have been avoided eluded Japanese pupils should not bo

and outside of New York includingall were but three county exhibts, two on the condition of county affairs. $6,000,000 stands for advanced salaries or whether it was caused by the negligence -.reinstated. The action which led to Investigate the situation there and

the power of the national administration -Dunnellon Advocate. and compensation of postmastersand of Inefficiency of officials. The railroad see whether a heart-to-heart elna
had the approval of
from this order warm
Washington and one from Wal- has issued a statement that there i
clerks. It tion of the trouble they were
-all these opposed him and is sincerely to be has been nothing discovered that gtvea i, the nation administration, which is 1n1O.
ton county and, while all were exceedingly "Hello Bill" at Tampa Fair. hoped that the "compensation" feature the least clue to the cause. It was 1 to whether the affair lag would not bring the local authorities -
determined
beat him-no other result under the good, they could have been When the B. P. 0. E. lock antlerson of the items .means that more thought when the car was raised from see to their senses. At tie same ;

circumstances was possible.But made more complete had the diamond during the fair it clerks are to.be employed of at any the creek; its 'wheels would contain evidence ;: can, be brought under: Federal Jurisdiction -' time Secretary Root threw an anchor !
proper pub aa to whether the rails of treaty rights.
were were a question
while Hearst was defeated by 'lic? assistance been given to private will be a great show for the lawyers, and all events that there shall be a adjusted when the car attempted to pass On October as 25 the'xnatter was made to windwar by calling upon thE

: the small majority of something like because Richard Roe and John Doe more expeditious handling of the over the bridge but they showed absolutely i the actionof government for the push.!- ..
Issued
enterprise. will probajjly! be there to see the fur malls. Maybe it would be an excel- nothing. \an international by I''ment of sealing poachers '

60000 in a state where the "safe and West Florida has much to be proudof fly, and these Tisitors from Elkland lent idea for congress to look closely Pennsylvania electric railway In New Viscount Aoki the. Japanese ambassador -1 T raided our rookeries Bering Sea
Jersey baa killed number of and
a people who I
the UnI States,
sane" leader of the national democracy and its citizens should take pride are almost as mysterious as the Gas--into the matter of Improving the postal a great deal of stock since it has been inoperation. to e : and then escaped to where co
to'the
Jap
lost oat by more than IBO.TKK: in I in demonstrating its possibilities upon parillas.-Tampa Tribune. service for before increasing it makes salaries.any appropriation unfortunate. It is said in it this has respect.been particularly It is protested Washington against state the department treatment a of "attempt disturb seemed to hae bn made t

i 1904, it by no means disposes ol him every occasion. Next year another Demands His Throne. How far the unpopular with the farmer of the sections Japanese children at San Franciscoas tm.
application of
the
.
which it not because
as a political factor either in state or fair will be held at DeFuniak and King Frank: Harris III has appearedand eight-hour rule Is responsible we can. through it Is an electric- railway passes, but be.- a violation of rights secured by the

; national politics. every county in West Florida shouldbe demanded his throne. Francis I not say but the fact is that the postal couse it has been the cause of killing so treaty of 1894." This treaty provides -
abdicated and Francis II made no service many people and so much stock. that the citizens or subjects of each
We do not agree with the New Orleans on hand with the best exhibit of has depreciated In a marked Railway accidents in pretty nearly all THE TRAINED 1
shall NURSE
claim. Well with all the boys of the contracting
degree within the past few months, parts of the country have been unusually of the two powers
": Picayune that "Hearst being defeated its resources. that it is possible to state press, we congratulate grandpa,' and complaints to the authorities frequent and fatal within the last year. have full liberty to enter travel ot -
,.
7 by some 50,000 votes, he ceases obtain. and trust he may be with us and bring have not been productive of Improvement Is it because of growing carelessness of reside in any part of the territory of WT eke Doe Hot Remain Long :

.' :lo be a personage of any public Im along the king and his mother to the Business men find their letter employees responsible or because positions men who are bare employedfor not the other, shall enjoy full protectionof Her Profession.

.. portance" Hearst is a of A Portland Oregon, pioneer I next annual meeting of the state mails not so prompt as heretofore. the qualifications necessary to nil them persons and property shall have Carefully pt statistics appa ;

-. personage press association. We all want to while newspaper malls seem to run property! ,free access to the. courts, and in. all to show tt t"aiget" I
very great public importance-greater coughed up a buckshot a few days ago crown the youngster with our bless- on what may be broadly designated as Last winter congress spent a great matters connected with the women are ted nurses. Though 1

possibly than if he had been elected which had been in his body since the ings. Lake City IndeL a wild- at schedule; that is, some- vent deal of discrimination time in passing in freight a law rates to pre-and tration, of Justice shall enjoy ams complete figure* have not a yet been )

: 'governor. Any man who can, single civil war.Ve have heard of men Some Plain Talk. times you get It on time and often the people are fighting all the time to rights and prTege.enjoyed by n compiled, from a considerable mass of !

t banded and alone against all the .interests coughing up dollars ,but this is the i For tile benefit of the few sneaking you have to wait from four to twenty- get that reductions there is a in demand rates for but greater It is seldom safety tive 01 bj that they data the conclusion 1 dW tt nine i

;. that opposed him come within first buckshot on record. curs who have been insinuating'that four hours without being able to as- in railway travel. The people seem to shall be on'a level in all out of ten trained mrrses marry dnr 5
I certain the reason ,why. be willing to take their chances of being to of residence
matters relating right
f the editor of this sheet is in the hire tag the first seven years of their occupation -
EO.OOO; votes of
being governor of the Complaints of the mails are beta* transported on the railroads without accident and travel and taodisposal of
of the "drainage crowd" the News haw if they can only the rates such.
greatest state in the union, Is a man, After all'those Ute Indians are simply this to say-not one penny has been heard in all parts of the country, auced. It seems to be time get for congress re- property,,that they shall.enjoy Ubr When a speaksof

even though defeated of keeping in line with modern conditions hence It seems that the fault is'not in to do something to secure greater safety of conscience and a pretty young woman
very great. offered to or received by Its editor at worshp
In travel It would devoting life to the self denying
any single office or route. In South railway be better to their to )
In fact unusual They Are on strike againstthe time In shape or form. The right to bury
public importance. any any Carolina Virginia Tennessee and pay a little larger price for transportation profession a trained nurse she
benevolent government which circulars announcing that the governor provided greater safety could be secured their rellgioiis-cuztoms.aiid. that they 1
We I
do not know what course, so Florida as well as In Georgia there using perhaps unconsciously, a mere
,
would speak were printed free It is said there have been an un- shall not be compelled to' pay any : ,
far as his aspirations for office are does not provide for them per agreement the are sharp criticisms of the service. usually large cumber of fatal accidents or'taxes other'or higher than figure of speech. Statistics show that '
of charge, postage paid by owner I
on ,the Pennsylvania railroad within the chares
concerned, Mr. Hearst will pursue in I of this paper out of his own pocket It the may railroads be, as has been alleged, that last year. Has the recent railroad legislation -'on natives o citizens' sh* has a even chance t be married

; the future, but of one thing we are and neither Gpv. Broward nor any! are largely responsiblefor by congress brought about such a or subject of the mot favored nation. within foor and a hl years and that
Tall it is said favors tariff revision. one connected with him knows 'even mail delays, but the railroads are feeling of indignation among railroad men she has one of becomIng -
I assured-whatever he does, he will hardly running worse schedules and that they haven't been as able to give cc I eight
This may be taken as an indication that they were printed and circula their whole attention to their respective From stctY legal point of view the a The
be missing connections oftener than
an important factor in American ted. These skulking cowards, who they duties? Safety in travel should be the it is Is in this chances ply.lcan tea
that the bee is still buzzing ther are five to
presidential did a there one
year yet are
ago more
; consideration in railroad tt wit
: politics and one whom no party can are so dishonest that they think othe first legisla agreement covering thettcase of ad- .
in his number 8 bonnet. Stand- mall delays now than there were tion. years she will marry one be pitients.
1 afford to disregard.If people equally as dirty as themselves, mission to public, at all,
then. Where shols
the trouble is we d* .
Hearst pursuing the same policy patism is becoming unpopular. charges have not in the the courage open..Monticello to make such not pretend to say but it is' somewhere ..wte PlaetetrraP.7'. n to speak of alo t The Importance <,( these figures from

:' that he did to secure the nomination and somebody ought to find It la said that a photograph may be any particular thool the viewpoint of the sociologist obviously
The efforts of Speaker Cannon durIng News. and correct It. Having been educatedup a many countries.; ,i:whch such I
at Buffalo should become a candidate -. Quite effectively developed by means Pretty women tn
the will a thing a syatem public ct. oun
campaign just past serve to prompt and highly efficient ser a
Still Bellicose. of tobacco smoke. Nothing la seen on
f- through his Independence League for steadily numbers are enter
to keep him vice for which have paid hand- education doe%not exist, ,If the people Increasing
in for the they
training arduous The Tallahassee Sun 'Is still which Is
the '
} carrying paper, previously prepared -
could either Ins the field In In there
president he force his of San choose to maintain
-
somely the of this Fci' quetn whic
people country
duties that will devolve upon a chip on its shoulder and Is an until it is held In the smoke,
nomination by the Democratic partyor cose and beligerant HaTing not going to be satisfied with a dilatory such a", do not seem seems always b plenty room far
,him when Congress convenes. when the picture gradually comes out to be fl':
to
by running as the Independence those things about the belli-I and Indifferent service. Befory unde any leg obligation to fre rt a required
In strong black and white. The preparation extend oenefit marrieand >
he leaves And >
the postoffice departmentfor those woo
it sticks to them torer
statesman- ple
candidate he I e
League could 0 <
preventthe Poor Lo, when consists in the treatment of a if
given a chance, fuses to retract even as much the treasury Mr. Cortelyou oughtto even they were?unde obligation pass out profession forere

election bf the Democratic candi,threw down the republican spielersand punctuation point-Ocala Banner., exercise his talents as an investigator small photograph on chloride of silver the ,educational authorities Tu owing t causes suggested. t

i date. voted a straight democratic and apply the remedy if ths piper which Is dipped Into a solutionof would l1l have-the,right to assign rare Indeed t to discover a train'

In view of the hold which Mr. :ticket The Territory Indian Is sure- A Lake City Prophecy.Nov. eight-hour rule is the trouble. bichloride of mercury so u to pupils dseo to this nurse I been in the business for
"
t 23 is the date set for Thanks- school or that.: It rather wh ha
r \civflized bleach It and make it disappear. It Isnecessary' would-be remarkable
r Bryan has on the affections of the I ly a being after all. giving.; One blessing will be the defeat HE'S OUT. to the for International diplomacyto a as ten years.-Saturday Even

Democratic party and of the evident of the odious drainage amendment To-day the politician works prepare photograph 'be called. in to decide whether a in&PostA

desire of the party to nominate him r The tobacco trust may be a mighty -Lake City Index. With managers and campaign; clerks without gold. The bichloride of mercury .

:bad thing but then While candidates atremble wait changes the photograph partly --- .
its product nearly -
hi 190S it is that
not
likely Mr.
: Has Got The Habit. of Into protocblorlda of whichIs
all In' To know the stern decrees fate. mercury .
Hearst could win the Democratic : goes up smoke, after all. Hon. Frank M. Simonton of Tampa The hottest booster In the bunch also white, and thus renders It inylsC Y Y a lljou wish hteo-clus bur dressing,we ire sure

nomination. The New York formerly of this county, continues The noisiest, who has a hunch Ible on the white paper but If it be i ffit* Ayer Hair Vigor, new improved foru wi'l 1

5 Failing in that, as he probably .machine Republican political to erect big buildings In Tampa. He That So-andSo will win, hands down.And ,': exposed to ammoniaca vapor,of which JL.Xi1treatff.. please JOu It keeps the hai sof miD

would what would he do? That is !wrecked but may ItMs not be completely has acquired the habit and Just naturally argues thus all OT-T the town.' tobacco smoke partly consists, the image m. smooth, nukes it lot rich a luant prevents

badly warped. keeps it up-Ocala Banner.An Is: one on whom W fondly dote- I t tbe ends. en
will
:; the question that will have to be i ?! tppew. OUr young folks who splitting* Ad keep te
The chap who talks.but cannot vote luterted.in brely free from hair !.
I Why do are amateur
} settled before very definite calculations they not send Taft out to Added Attraction.In -Paul Cook, in Birmingham Age- photography reI1 f B* BOt : .. ;: ..
: addition to the many magnificent should make the experiment-Chicago F ..- .
.: can be made for the campaign surround the Utes!-Times-Union. attractions secured by President .crald. New S M'L -. *-- _- -. -Leo._ -

: of 1908. Give it up. Ask General Miles. J
i Brown for the coming Florida State .--. .
It he Is so mighty Fair-Including the famous White --------
i'
The Tampa Times is now getting strong on spellingreform
cost
which will
City Hippodrome,
'
;. out a sixteen page paper on Saturday he, should spell it Andru Kar- $20,000 for two weeks-John L. SullIvan -

;; afternoons and it goes without saying nagy. the !greatest pugilist that ever

that It is one of the best editions pub- An exchange says -land is rising." lived, will be! among the number* 8111-1
livan who was, the Idol. of the
lished In the'state. The Times is Out with it! Volcano or Earthquake? rin; for thirty years ,will appear' I'.!

keeping right abreast of the times. a three-round sparring' match; and

and that means a great deal-in Tam- ,Den Tillman and,his, pitchfork were his sparring partner Barry. win at I

t i pa especially. i both re-elected each,performance agree'.tothrow any EQual t an} $1.0 preparaton 'on.tho .ake'








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I THE PENSACOLA, JOURNAL, THURSDAY M.ORNI Q. NOVEMBER 8, 1908. MY l
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IISfAACH Of : -
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS .

CIGARETTESand. LOGO HUMORS I : : j

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HIS: RHATlVE Itching-' disfiguring'ernptions. rashes, boil, etc., as well as pimples, '

\:. black-heads and rough scaly skins, show the presence of some irritating' ". ,
BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. humor in the blood. These acids and humors with which the blood is filled;

are being constantly thrown offctnrongk pores and glaads and the. skim

}Nc.U9B.fo3' is.kept in a feverish, diseased and unsightly condition. Nothing applied
Telephone! P.M. TOBACCOS Plucky Santa Rosa Lad IsMaking
f No. S8 After 3 P. M. externally can change the condition of the blood or prevent the outflow of '

J poisons and acids; onlycpnstitntionajtreatrnentcaa do this. The countless ,'

An the leading'brands of Cigars Cigarettes Way Through washes salves lotions etc., that are used cannot reach the humor-laden \
i Pipes and Tobaccos. which are always blood and are. therefore useless except for the temporary comfort and clean
"Just right."to as our case is kept Georgia on Horse- liness they afford. The acid poison in the blood which is the cause of the '
Just moist enough keep them in perfect -
condition, 'yet ,not too damp to de trouble. must be removed bcfmc.a.cnre.can. be. effected. S. S. S. is a real '
SUPPER AT GONZALEZFOR The stroy.the pleasure- the- smeker. back. blood purifier. possessing all the requirements to neutralize and remove It-:
Journal's Daily Fashion Feature We have fine Brier Pipes from 25c to
THE ODD FELLOWS.The $5,00.- Meerschaum Pipes $3.00 to JIS.W. humor from,the- circulation. It. completely eradicates every trace of t'

fish chowder and basket supwr Pipes make very desirable presents. poison and restores this vital fluid to its natural state of purity S. S. S. cw

Saturday night at the residence Mounted on a pretty little pony, the acid-beateijbIoodsothat instead ot pouring-out acrid matter on the s 4

cf Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jackson. of Gonzalez and with a light rifle. resting on,his feeds and nourishes it with hea.lth-sustaining.properties, and the erupt 1
for the benefit of the Odd Fellows Hooton's saddle a young boy. with. a. frank and diseases of the skin pass away. Book on Skin Diseases and me\.
lodge attracted a large crowd. r Pharmacy pleasant face and a manly, 8el -relL advice free.
\ large number of young folks were ant look that would easily attract attention l7tcswIF-3Ecfflc CO.., 471473. CACOOPER'S j

present and all enjoyed the evening .*' IJ. Tfe. 811'f11"/ c.'of and comment,, rode up to the )
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verY pleasanUy. Cody-Scarborough sales stable in Columbus ,I---- ii- I
Hot chowder, coffee etc., was '_ .r. : :" Prompt Deilv.iy.PHONE Ga.. on Wednesday afternoon J __ 1
served to about ten o'clock whea the : 1'ifi 1- says the Jacksonville .Metropolis f

committee on arrangements broughtot 1100. Dismounting with an active spring,
: a number of beautiful baskets he introduced himself as Columbus
ntlch had been prepared by the :. Hobbs, late of Santa Rosa county., 1

charming! young ladies of Gonzalez:. ', Florida now traveling through Georgia -
and Roberts. They sold like "hot GULF CITY COFFEE CO., searching for relatives.

cakes" each one bringing a good price. H. P. CHI MAN, Manager. The little fellow, who looks to be ,
The supper was enjoyed by all who attended *; only about 12 years of age. but. who
and will be long remembered.The Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of! in reality a- year or two older, is an

Odd Fellows extend their thanksto orphan both parents having died REMEDIES
Mr. and :Mrs. Jackson for their Fine Coffees about a year ago, and he rode all

yndness: and also to the committee i OUR COFFEES ARE SOLO BY ALL. the way from Santa, Rosa county to
en arrangements for their hard work. GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TR'AL. Columbus on his pony. He had heard ,
that he had relatives there and naturally .
BROADBENT-DUNHAM '-- wished to be with his own peo
WEDDING LAST NIGHT.A week for Mobile to. spend most of the pie. So far as known, he has not .
solemnized I winter. yet located his relatives. WE HAVE JUST RE- t

quiet night wedding at the residence was of th<* I Mlllview has no school yet and people The boy says that his father died CEIVED OUR SIXTH
last to ,
are beginning winder if there in September last i
; and hismother's
eider of the Methodist Episcopal ::- year
presiding cturch. Rev. B. C. Glenn officiating. _'Jf will be any this year. death occurred about the. SHIPMENT. WE HAVE 1, !

The contracting parties wereMis Croup.A same time, there being only a week's':,;' THEM NOW FOR THOSE 4, ;
Sarah L. Broaabent, youngest } ':'. reliable medicine and one that tlm between the two events. He I .

daughter of Keeper Robert Broadbent, should always be kept in the home has no brothers of sisters, and wa WHO WANT THEM. t .\ 1 1i.
', left alone and almost
of the Santa Rosa life saving station.and for Immediate use is Chamberlain's penniless by i
Jas. A. Dunham who forgone the calamity, which so changed his
Mr. J I
: time past has been employed Cough Remedy. It will prevent the prospects in life For about a year _, _, i i.i.I'll'
attack if given as soon as the child! f
at the station. he lived with neighbors,
as a surfman becomes hoarse. or even after the and then decided
couple are well known that he would seek his
The young f : croupy cough appears. For sale by relatives t t
this city where they have in Georgia and live with
b: many some of
friends: who will wish them much hap.. '., all druggists. them. Mounting .his pony, with his W. A. D'AlemberteDruggist ; i
,
pIn ess. ., little rifle.as a protection. and only a
Both Miss Broadbent and Mr. Dun- -,.: very small sum of money on his person
t&n were in the life boat of the lifesaving : I IIWARRINOTOIV I I the little fellow began the long .
station throughout the terrlfl* : Journey alone. I I.t> :

storm of beptember 26-21 and the terrible l'O. "Didn't you get lonesone and and Apothecary I

experience through which they SP.CL.iTh.. frightened when riding through the I \
passed no doubt assisted them materially Journal
woods "
Warrtngton Nov. IT. The A. N. U. and along'hI the swamps? he

to ride: out in reaching the storms the of determination life side by J .:.,. A. are to give a dance at the Odd Fellows wasasked.. 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 10 H1
side. -It hall this week, the proceeds to 'No, the country is pretty thickly
-'JL!! ,. be used for the purpose of cleaningup settled was the plucky answer. "My
Miss Annie Cosgrove has. returned the Warrington cemetery. which meals didn't cost anything, for the -: !

from an extensive trip which included 04 Lt was badly damaged by the storm. people along the route gave me some- 4
Philadelphia New York and Canadian Miss Cornelia Higgins left last Saturday thing to eat. I went to Geneva, Ga., j
cities. for Beaumont. Tex, where she where some relatives live, but there
..::,. will spend the next three or four are so. many in the family that there J. F. DAVIS JEWELERNow
Atlanta Journal: Mrs. Fannie I* weeks with her sister, Mrs. Thompson. was not room enough for me the>t t
Eggart, wife of Mr. G. A. Eggart died She was! accompanied by ,her and I came on to Columbus. In 1
Saturday night; at 6 o'clock at her : cousin little Norah Chamn. The little fellow Is looking for Mr. New Brent But ding 23 S. Palaf \St.j :) 1 1I'

residence, 121 Capitol square. Funeral The remains of Hon. Chas. M. Cos-I I Frank Hotfbs whom he has been Informed t
services over her remains were ton were brought down Monday afternoon .I ig one of his relatives. He
held :Monday afternoon at 2:30 and',_interred, '"* In the National was carried to the place of 'business I' ......................................s......s.ss..'4: I ;

o'clock. The interment was at West- cemetery. I of Mr.- J. B. Hobbs by a gentlemanwho :

view vived.cemetery.besides her Mrs. Eggart is 'sur A charming'model for a silk or being of the lace, lined with 'white Ing Mrs.Miss Emily Cornelia Hayne Hlggins'Is efficiently place nn-as thought the merchant rv'.ght: be I j to Get Married ? t
husband, by two I chiffon. Dowu the outside of thesesleeves related to him.. Mr. Hobbs. said. ; Going Olb>
children, one sister and two brothers crepe frock la here shown, the'gown postmistress while that young lady is however, that there was no relation ,
fall of four-lnch-wida edging *
a '
Dr. ADen Hargrove and John Har- from which, the taken away.
drawing was
ship
so faras he
grove.Jfra.. to match was arranged in jabot It is currently reported that while interested in the'case knew. He, was If so you're: just the folks we want to see. In f fact t
being In pale bias mesaaltue. The effect The silk of the bodice was cut 1907 Is In Incipieney.. Warrington and offered to ..
E. C. Strickland and Mrs. D. skirt was fitted about the, hips by a as shown In the drawing the edge be- wedding bells 'will da their best stuntIn aid the boy; in any way in his power. you will find it very much to :your advantage to caL'on : 1 3

E. JfcCajkill are visiting friends In series of email pinch tucks't.ha.1ower lug scalloped and a flower pattern in .the way ofmerry pealing in hon have All been who have talked with the lad i us. Of course you will '
Mobile. part,of the skirt being tucked around embroidery being use selfreliance.STORM
: .- in wrven graduated tucks; The corsage was relieved from plainness by a daughters. ,
Miss lima Davis, of Bluff Springs was made with. a yoke of-cream scroll design in.narrow pale blue rib- Being unable to secure a suitable Ii Want Furniture for the House j '> .
la visiting! in this city with her aunt, I white ChanUlly lace the sleeves also bon. location for her boarding house since '
Mrs. Donaldson for a few days. the storm. Mrs. Sharrard will SUFFERER t
leavv and there's where we can A little :
--- help you. money
-=*.">"!*--* this week for Pensacola. much to thererret I.
Ocala Star: Mrs.. B. S. Bernard and M. Marean., '1t -s. Bernard, who is the of her many friends here. i goes a long way and buys just as much and as quickly : f !
little son and Mrs. R. J. Owens arrived talented editor the Pensa- Mrs. OertlDsr and Miss KILLED HIMSELF ,
society f Augusta Oer.
in the city last night: from Pen cola Journal, will return In a week or l MILLVIEW I I tine::were vlsltflr! ?. here last week. I. as does much ready money. Our plan to Buy Now, : :

' sacola.!} and are at the home of Mrs.lemard's so, but Mrs.:'Owens will remain for e' Mrs. ""Wm Brunette. fathp1'ln1a'WI i Pay Later, has made many a young married couple :
Dr. and Mrs. W. i
parents
several months. Mrs. Bernard and I three little' dau -Mers. will ie 1 Mrs. Owens were called' to Ocala on soon for Gnlfnort Mf's.. where they DESPONDENT OVER LOSS OF I : happy. i

account of the.:very serious .illness of expect to reofde In fnture. .
their fatherand brother t Special to The Journal; Mr. and Mrs! Joe Maenum are the' HOME HE DROWNED HIM- BUY NOW PAY LATER.

: ..::,.. >parents of fire t i
!BOOKS( )( ) The Children of the' Confederacy States Mlllview Lumber, Nov. 7,-The Southern one day last: a week.son. He arrived SELF AT MIAMI. Ii I

will meet at !Mrs. S. A,,)!oreno's tomorrow Company are running Mr. R. M. HaH leovw thf week
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. their mill steadily now and everything for An'tlaf'MNtta with his family, i
I have the 'Purity Books" by SylranuaFlail. Each one is requested. bring his is almost cleared up from< the W}>Are be expects to make his home The Miami Recora says: The bodyof ii MARSTON & QUINA I H
viz: What a Young Boy Ought to or her credentials.. storm. in fittrre. E. L. Saunders, a former resident ,
Enow What a Young Girl Ought to '_'" : -'JIt. .. The new Brent mill is rapidly nearing Mice of Elliott's key was found in the Miami ,
IfM 1-"OJ
Know Know, What What-a a Young Young Weman Man Ought Ought to Mr. and Mrs. Jan f/.. Leadley aru completion. They expect, to be ..,..- 'Pp..1IN\1.. wecney wto...... cimo 'mq 1'P.tnMlPr' hao.vto .. river a short distance below! the if XMIO S. Palafox 5t. Phone 149. Fcnsacala ?" l I. f j '

Know, What a Young Husband Ought to expected to reach the city to-day from riming in December +4n beT' Ist r, Mrs WflVe Cor."p Avenue D bridge early yesterday
i Know, What a Young Wife Ought to Savannah where Mr 'L adley has Mr. Eugene Davis and Mr. Gep. Mil- morning. .........,)......................... .... .......

. What Know a What Woman a Man of 45 of Ought 45 Ought to Know to Know.at been for the past two weeks, being stead have opened a meat.. marked Around the neck of the. corpse. ------- -
i lUG each. These are very popular andae Joined there by Mrs. Leadley who ha*I in Millview. Sells More of Cfc,._|.*M,.>"fs Co"gH' which was found in four feet of troubles for sometime
hung extensively advertised In the been spending the past four monthb Mr. Van Fell and Mr. John Mooreof Remedy than. of All Others Put water, was a rope to which was at brooding over his his loss KODAKS : '
and has talked of great
1 guinea. in Portland, .Maine. Pensacola, were visitors in .Mill- Tooether.Mr. tached a fifty pound piece of pig iron, "
For light reading I have Billy Baxter'sletters of his friends in a manner I
to
1 .IJt. view Tuesday.Mr. Thos. Vorre. a mprrhant at of the kind usually used ballast many j
as
(containing all the catchy wp-to- Mr and Mrs. W. D. Howe and th. that showed that he had become utterly -I AND SUPPLIES.
if 4s.te tang) at 75c- Also the Jimmy H. C. Lewis _and family spent Mt. El Brown series (better than Peck's Bad proud parents 01 a baby girl who arrived despondentSome ,
) the local for Chamlwrlafn1"Cou
Sunday in Bellview with Hr.' W. F. awncy ,
,
_ at lOCo Also the at,their home Tuesday morning. of his friends here were making '
:tl'fJ'utta)7? Lewis's family. -h Remedy every" since" It was Introduced Mr. Saunders was'one of those who arrangements to assist him in get Get a Kodak and'

- And many many many others. Mr. John. Rodgers who has been info Canada and I sell" as lost property' on Elloitfs key during business but he seemed to send storm picture .
Everybody works, father, ting into ;
even much of it I do of all other lines
very sick is still confined to his bed. as the hurricane of last month.
HARRY T. HOWLAND when the dessert is flavored with I have shelves put together.Of have lost all courage and ambition to out- of-town J;
Miss on all your
i Vessie Biggs and her mother my His house and plantation were and continually referred to the fact .
Blue Ribbon
; Manager De Luna Book Store. pure-go Lemon' .twice and. Vanilla.far' and Absolutely Mrs. E. Glander and Miss May Crow the many dozens sold under guarantee wept away and he barely succeeded that he took no interest In anything. fflends.Ve have r; I'
, De Luna St. Phone 149L"The as were shopping in Pensacola Monday.Mrs. .I I have not had one bottle re-:in saving the lives of himself and his
the "Blue Ribbon Flavor"- the famous
perfec Chas. Kupfrian is still with her turned. I can personally recommendthis family, which consisted of his wife ,
tion. Ask for the 25c size. n. Art of Qattlac.
tJt mother in Anniston, Ala.; where she medicine as I have used it myself und two children.He .
was called two weeks ago on accountof and given it to my children and saw the accumulated earnings I Can you chat? : :
1 'feas" tJae Hair. the latters illness.' always with the best results." For of a life time swept away in that I Of course you think yon can but EASTMI.NKODJ.K; ::

Best Is What We Sell" The abominable fashion of teasing" Mr. Walter F.. Biggs of Pensacola sale by all druggists. storm. canyon? Thmoreyoathixikottt ,'.

the hair: Is responsible for much of the' spent Sunday with his mother: Card of Thanks. It thought that the exposure and the more you think you could If yon ranging in prices :

.J I untidy hairdressing ef,today. To the A party of young folks from :-Pen- The brother and sisters of Mr. Albert exertion of that awful time broke himdown would. from $40.00.
$1.00 .
and that the loss of all of even know what It is.
I uninitiated one must explain that sacola spent Sunday on Perdido bay. Butler desire to exiyess thefr physically Not us '
The "teasing" means combing the hair the visiting at the-home of Mr. R. Snares heartfelt thanks to the many friends his property preyed on his mind to says the Philadelphia Record, Of a Come in and ask us

wrong way so as to make_ it appear Mr. Arthur Bobe spent Sunday with I wbo,extended them sympathy and assistance (such an extent that be finally: took truth it 1 1s not mere talking. Neither about them. If .
thick and fluffy. It ruins the hair his family at the Little Bayou. during the sad hours cf their(thIs own Hfe. Mr; Saunders has been does It approach the art of conversa you -

; FirstSteamer eventually by breaking it and making Mrs. H. R'vi""r* """"D.t .Friday of'recent bereavement and pray that I, tion. Conversation if there tie people have one already, let : vi

it fall out but Tea the prospect of future last week in Pensacola. I God's blessing may rest on one and capable of It makes fascinating and us furnish you with 'I f:
'. Mr. A. C- Brown and Mr.- Rhodes,,4 alt stately entertainment
baldness .will sot keep-the girls ,1
, from dotag It. If.It were very becoming vlsted Pensacola Saturday evening. IVUTFRhLS I i i'fO'R I chatting is different supplies. ', j
Miss Carrie Windham left la t- 'Above all, it gets away from apeak-
there be,some excuse for it. i
might
I special subject er bobby. The Gem Book Store
Jug on any
But whoever yet saw a "teased" pompadour McKliWOWILLt t
I I THE Not that It may not dwell pea on.

to arrive in New York I unlovely that and untidy did sot-look If Mme.exceedingly Pompadour THE POWER OF STEAM. topic tboajrh should it Q M It must Phone Z3>. *13 9. Palafox. :', .:f

:t from Holland thi sea- could com*'to Ute and see some I IULNKSCIVINOCAKt sparkle from many different view ; ".: ,- :.
Special/ to The Journal.McKinnonville Above all. it moat not be monologlsh. :
See But It Takes Geniusto -
Many May points.
- of the monstrosities patterned after the Nov. 7.-Our schoolhouse i BALi ;
son brought over our
. The woman who talks continuously .t :
fashion she originated she' would be Realize. which is under construction by| of her' ailments or servantsand FOOT :
stock
I. of newHOLLAND vvercome: with remorse and cbagria.: When James Watt saw the steam Mr. Alexander, is 'fast nearing completion '1'
who rests bin
I the man never bobby
causing the kettle lid to jump"up and and we hope to have the use You can get them all here and
HERRINGWe ; have the assurance that they're ab. can neither of them' chat In real Pensacola High School "ir
down he said "There must be.,power: ofitsoon. i iMn
. fr..h and the element of the'uuezpecte'1. -
there's
pure.
1 McKinnon. who has been otutely chat
LIsarda'TaIIa.. .. in that steam that it can lift such aweight. A. D.
flf week with lagrippe is the sport of chasing vagrant vs.
;
tbepast of all kinds
have them in bulk Certain lizardsrare, remarkable for Nuts 1
his that are based on everydaytopics
pleasure'of ideas
Ther was.Millions up a aln, to the many
at 5 cents, 3 for 10 cents. the fragilityof their ''tails' althoughthis drawback prior to him had Veen"IBe frlnds.Messrs.. Currants; ,'Raisins, In which the company Joins Mobile Military Institute. I'

Also small mixed weakness not always::the same phfncm"aon and regarded it san Lanier and Jacoby of Mo- Citron, Spices, etc.Of geBerallr. Ifa a charming mfornu.! '
kegs imagined. The diamond .
'that may be unexplained 'mystery. Hue were bustnemcal1er5; here MonMiss suppty accomplishment a* endearing as mediocre PALMETTO BEACH :
90 cents; Milchers, $1. tailed gecko for instance frequently -, R(' ett sclentttc rcsea Ti s'lrufits ; t "1.' ,'IT-yon with th.preTwv National we I can Biscuit formality ia chining.ft 'T; ,
owes Its existence to the readIness t- Mabfl Taylor, ol Mnacogee f you Fruit Cake, which I is Saturday November 10.
Another shipment of finger on the "cause" pf Dandruff I Company I F
oodness.Sin' "'lat*
i with which I lufcaadol; appendagecan Falling: Hair, and consequent BaM- tinted friends here Thursday unexcelled: for Genuine
New Mackerel I be snapped &fr.: ;:thIs reptile,which ;acre, ant< aas unearthed a "ttny'rrte 1 I -h" anl: Mr H p Bowman ofPleasant Why wiO people 'tolerate gilded or Tickets on,sale at D'AIerabertes L.: "

. will perch upon a rock head downward: |t which "at Rosenau&Gerelds and tail in the air,'la liable to be prey hair 1 r.r-'i""1' '!"ti 'r..n. F'tdryJ.w' & Co.Th substitute for the hearth not .
.. j
Trt nn mad. looffeoalve '- .
P -tnt1l.P. at beat but may to Kandy Kitchen. No tickets ,
ed upon by hawks... One. of these for- N.wbet.I4..4e41. -d* I. "-, *I' J'.:- -
I
--r''I'diY the
: clddble, birds will 'swoop down upon erm and cot of Morrlstoa, white givedie !
I !
Ombbs of th U
THE MiEmanuel -ood..ort room
FANCY GROCERS hair .
lizard! aad seize what It takes.ta bt tolls natural state. J
I U the taiL The Forsale- by--W- IVAWiJjWt Ala-.r was-ht'r& S,1114ay.;, j &rttlluf Comet/aUtei ad Iptsiatiia radiator a double coat of white will be taken up by th Conductors I 1
: the bead, but really'
i 116' SOUTH( PALAFOX ST. I i brittle tall .iU1>S ,ort.. and, the ,gecko druggist and -.a othecan; 121 South I Mr B. M Powell oae.day.and wife Jastweek.SMrt moved. to Pho" t 178 !paint ltthewoodworklsntur1t311 radiator* aboard the car. ii I t
Field 480 : let the
Buckeye i stained ia a color
Palafox street. or send.lOc In 'stenp or
1 Phone 391 I l'wrissU* away, not' '' much- 'the.worse- to for samp1cy'toThe.Herpicfd Ce-D D C. Hendersonspent. few I match as nearly as possible. Admission 50 Cents. f.I'l I--
I grow *iiotr, ;:: days'of last week in*Pensacola ".
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'i HAVE YOU Real' i :




I REAL ESTATE I IjH $5 or '$,n@ Modern onDeLuna Offices 1 PoiloSaile_ I I PANAMA CITY I




: FOR SALE i TO INVEST Street $2000-Gets a. splendid Investment on Vf. .
Garden street: 6-room cottage with
( lots fronting south. The lots are

H : For Rent worth $1250 I FLORIDA I

In some vacant lots on East Hill. You
have lot ,
$7000-W for ten days only a on
.. S can buy them for 960 and up paying $$
Chase street near Palafox. size
cash and $4 a month. They are IncreasIng These second floor .
Z 2 Dwellings on large corner lot 107x110 feet, excellent neighborhood, In value every day and you can geta are 121x192! Upon this lot is a large

: on' East Wright street ................ .......................... $4500 pO : good profit out of your Investment .be'' Chamber of Commerceand ,dwelling.renting'at $42<< per.month, to. :
fore you finish paying for them.. enough to pay the taxes and Inter-
2 6-room: dwelling on East Zarragossa street near Seville.square ....$2100'00 i are very desirable est until the property increases In
value' which It will Immediately.It I NEW'DEEP WATER PORT RAILWAY TERMINAL i

2. Large 1 story dwelling on East .Intendencla street ..... ...... .....$1000 00 indeed. is 'heapat_ the price.
: RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT
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: X 7-room dwelling. excellent neighborhood, on East Hill with lot 110x- RETURNS MADE. north of $ 500-All of block 140,- West King tract
150 feet, stone walk, stables etc. .................................$4500 00 Building j just ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY :
$ 325-8 lots, block 109, West King tract. I
MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON the Chamber of Com .
2 2-story 8-room dwelling on Wright street, near Palafox ..........$8000 00 :1' .
REAL ESTATE MORQTAGES.. about the $ 110-Lots :21! and :22! block 48, West .
X 6-room dwelling on corner lot on East Gadsden street, lot 120x132% merce-ready King tract (east 120 feet).

feet, with bath and gas ......................................... $3250005.room WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN middle of December- Panama Hotel open, ,Saw and Planing Mill ma- :
PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU $1500-For both blocks 113 and 207, West
; dwelling desirably located on North Alcanlz street, with lot EITHER. with all modern 'conven King tract.. chinery here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot :

5Oxl7Ofeet ..... ... ...................... ...... ..... ..... $2000 00 .
; ; :1:: ; I WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? iences. An ideal place I $6000-Lot 181. block %1. Old City. OnIntondencia' Wagon \Vharf built. Bank and Store buildings :
$ 6-room dwelling at Gouldlng, fronting the railroad, 20 acres f I WE CAN SELL IT. I !! ;! street, near Bajien,

land ........................... ............................. $2500 00 for a small, but select, I 77x170 going'up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing :

:: i Fire Insurance Placed in hotel. '$ 733-Lots 11 to'14,,/block 132, New City. I : the city. :

$ 135-L ts 7 and 8,block 118,.near S un-

| HOOTON & WATSON i First-Class Companies. ders' ml1!. : I I i

$ .475. -fox For IJt 2! lots"eet.:fronting on North Pala GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR

THE RENTAL AGENTS" : :
: CO. $1300-AH of block 11?, East King Tract,
I c McDAVlD-HYER near Saunders mill. f: Write or See : -
LESLIE BROOKSReal

Real Estate. Insurance. and Loans, i t. Agents New York $13,5OO-Geu .an elegant lot on Garden ; .


1. No. 37 S. Palafox, Street. .Phone No. 54. .| Estate 100 Life EAST Insurance GOVERNMENT Company.ST., street 192. near.. ; Southern Hotel, 80x- !i THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY j

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$1850-Will buy -5k small! houses on West
..................................................... Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. Ja'ksonltreet.! in fairly good condition -! tt

and Insurance. -1IPOR _'.5. and v"rent for $25 'per month. ........... ......... . .... .O.. ............. .:

$ 600-House and lot on West Zarragossa
I HELP WANTED. WANTED.WANTED s.treet, rents18.O0. Good bargain. Fe
Phone 462. 112S., P lalox. $1
LOUISVILLE & -NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPHNl
$4600-Bran new. 2-story 7-room. well
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COMPETENT guards and matrons wanted TO RENT-Small cottage or built house,1 with two lots on East 31N

at tbe Florida State Reform athooLf a suit of rooms in desirable locality (())} ;ALEHOME S Gadsden street. Through and Local Time'Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
ofEl
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Only strong healthy persons who hed. Apply ::;. J. Donovan. Box 834
business need apply. Make application I : City. 8nov ElTI
with recommendation to Walter RawIs For READ DOWN READ UP
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SupU Marianna. Fla. 8no\10t I WANTED-Every girl who sings to try SE8llle Have you any houses' or Investment Trains No*. Trains No*. N.Ic
Chiclets for her ,.o'e. ; property for sale? We have more calls 2 4 3 1BETWEEN

WANTED-Machhrisf*. $2.21 to J352 per BIDS than we can supply. List with us. We'll 11:05pm 11:55am Lv................ .................... 6ooaml fOOpm N5I.
die i. shlpntters, $%.80 to 3353 per will be received. until November sell It. 8:30am\ 1:20pm ...._ ...........) ................. 9:33pm lll'stn
diem; riveters. 82 00 to $3.04 per diem :20, ISO!: *, for the removal of building 11:4Sam ) .. .... .. I
9:10pm .......;......,; .. 4:20pm S3.-ut I.of
rhippers and caulkers. 32 24 to $3.04 per known as St. Anthony's hospital on Oar- 1:25pmI3:11am: ........\......... .................. Z:4am\ 2:21am
diem. Apply to Board of labor Employ- den street from location ofN
present to corner ., .
Bient. J' Yard, Pensacola. Fla. 8no\3t of Garden and DeVilhe- streets. $4500-208 West Gadsden street, two two- L. S. Brown & Co.20V2 8:00pm 3.3Tarnj Lv..NashvUle..A. 8:13am Z.O 1\1
avy Building to be set In place in new location .. $3000_ __S story, 7-room and hall house lot : 1:25am 1.I5am[ Ar.- ................. .................... I 3:00am SOpm:! ci
A\"TED-Enry golfer to chew Chic- in as good condition as it now is. 48V&X150. south front on car line. 7:4Oam2:1Opm Ar..._.........."". ;. .................. 8:45pm 2:30pm
for artistic "ISe
lets on the links. Right reserved fAlex reject any or all bids. and an hall cottage,and' with up-to-date i-room nicest neighborhood in the city; S Thiesen ?:SOpmI 3Tm ...............,... ......'............Ar 3lam 2lja;;,
Liscfikoff.S 7nov West Chase all. modern conveniences gas and sanitary connections. Will Building."We 2:10am.: 8:30aD: ,Ar...................LoulsviUe..................Lv (12:45am t:3OptJ dv
WANTED porter. Apply-at No. 3! line. on street. on car 5 carry a $3000 mortgage on this. 1.oam/1.oOn/ Ar.............._... .................. 11.00pm ':09':u
south Palafox street 8nov2t I CO : celebrated Roup Cure Cholera $5250-On North Baylen Etreet,7-room and Sell Lots." Ii.N'
cure Ijce and mite killer wells : -
: as hall St
-txiD--Lady: clerk Must have some a an unexcelled Kg* Producer. All cottage cabinet mantels, bath.stationary' ,. PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
I : in bathroom
but be bright and energetic guaranteed and a : wash stand S.ST
experience splendid grade of
$425 stables,' lot ( .88a. 1 Z&3 4&1
wheat : 0x125.ery : 13&2 1 &0 4 5 A. <
and write good. readable hand. Apply that will make
I IW. jour fowls lay. r. I -
A. Gahlenbeck. 218 South Palafox : S.* Mellen &. Co. Pensacola, Fla. Phone select neighborhood.On FORSALE. 7:OOamJll:05pmll[ :55amj Lv::::::::::Pensacpla..........Ar j 500am 4:00pmi.3(1rm NIcc'
Etreet 7noIw 334 7nov Cash. or installment plan for 714 North 10:45am 2:SSamj 4Upm: / Ar..Mobile..Y.Y.Y.VLv (,(12:40amll[ :59am l Sap-n
I I '.D" street 2 rooms and !ilL Cottage, and West hall Gadsden street 1-1" OM,' 00pm 7:15am 8:15pm Ar........ New Orleans........Lv 1 3:15pm.].",,,,_ ,I 925am:! of
cottage cabinet' mantles
WANTED) Servant at once. White or WANTED Government stenographer in first-class condition. (iu large lot.. gas. bath electric lights. FOR SALE-Diamonds. Watches and ofNT

colored 1011 North Spring street. 6nov"WANTED : wishes, stenography and typewriting convenience The nicest evs'ymodern Jewelry on easy terms to responsible FLOMATON PENSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.
1 work outside of tegular business hours. people. Buy your Christmas presents -
place In the city that is for sale. 4
-First-class man to take entire Address Box 51%. City. Snovlw. Can sell now. P. O. Box.265. gnovlw 21 I I 5 I 1 ,I 3 'I Trains do not stop at stations I 3 I 4 I 6 :::
charge of login operations tilthconsists 1 I Money, to' loan at lowest market rate very cheap. | Daily: Daily[Dally Dan) f where no" time Is shown I Dallyl Daily)Daily\\ Da;:,

of skidder and teams logging60.00v of interest. S I FOR SALE-Square grand piano cheap ...... iTs 2:10 u.o ........
$3000 On Lv..Flomaton.
East Hill block from car line. .Ar 1:4515 85
WANTED Room Mortgages real estate in this .
) feet per day. Also skidder foreman -I where- there and board other by gentleman bought and cold on city. i 5-room cottage, bath and shower if pold at once.' Cash or Installments. ...... 6:00 %:35 %:65. .............Century. ........... 1:40/ 11 ':%1. .. .
are
for Lkigerwood Pine Logger Address I and where his no would be boarders All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" bath hot add cold water,' cabinet 243: East Gregory street. Snovlw ...... 6:01 .%:41 .3:05 ..........Blult Springs .......... ..1:331:1)/ 1:15. ... .
"cx.Care Journal. 4norlw i I No objection company to widow. appreciated street now for sale. ; I mantles city water., neat and ....... 6J7 2.51 -3:30 ...McDavid ............ .1%:%%,. 1:05 8:06: ., .. Sec
Give .... .
full particulars .. modern in every respect very.NEARLY GONE-Souvenir postals of 5:30 3:0f '.3:36. .........P1ne Barren........... .. !: 33:25 1:55. ..
WANTED AT ONCE a good house girl, as to rates and local} I storm scenes in Pensacola. 10 for 25c. ...... 6:39 1:13 .3.50. ....... .. .
Addtsss R and B., care Journal Cnovlw'I fl large lot goes: whouae.. I ....M9Uno ............. ..11:59 1:43 1:41 f
r .. .
either white or colored. Work light Send P. -
; I ( QuiC't..P. P., Box 336. Snov 843.4:0. .Quintette............ -I1:51I-1SI: .1: at
apply 423 North Palafox.. 4nov I $3000-North Cevallos street. tw.- story,j ...... .6:53 .4:11 ...........Cottqe Hill .......... ,..11:44'12D .1:14 1I"" .. ..
WANTIID-Position: as saw filer or superintendent 7-room house gas. bath and sanitary FOR SALE!-111 acres excellent pineapple ...... ..5:57 .S .415 ..........Cantonement.......... ..11:40: 1:6 11 ...
WANTED-First-class installment salesman I or mill foreman by a connection. This will make a i and orange land on Jupiter river, ex- ...... .':01 _. .43 ..............Gonzalez............ .11:1) .12:21 .7:26.(. . a 3a
and collector References required competent man. References furnished. Fisher Real Estate Agency nice home. l f jcellent j market; close) to railroad; three ...... ..:03 .41). ........;....Roberts............_ .11:33 .1:19 .14,/ .. _.
Address S. K., Car Jomal 4novlw Address J. W. Lassetcr. Andalusia. Ala. I miles from ocean, some improvements; ...... .':15 .4:40. ..............OUve.............. .. :% .t2:00 .7:11. .
6novlm $3250-On East Jackson street on the carline healthy locality. Address E. Benefleld ...... 8Zl: : .4:48. ...\............ ........_..... .'11.1 .1:04: :09 I' "_
W4NTED nurse. Apply 823 North COLLECTION OF RENTS A overlooking the bay 8-room A)'cock, Fla. Snov ......... ':2i .4UI ......Goulding ............ ...11:11 '12:01 'jI$ .
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Baylen. :3novlw WANTED-To SPECIALTY. and hall cottage bath and gas lot 130 Ar......... Pensacola..Ly 11:0 11:13 1'tf I' .v
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rent a house on North FOR SALE-At a bargain Furniture -
80x137* You cannot build the paying CInj
WANTED reliable nurse. Apply 8:0'North Hill with 6 or 7 rooms, will lease for P!tone 87. 206 S. Palafox SL I house for the business at 138 East Intendencia -

Baylen street. Inov one jear Pensacola from date Investment of December Co. 1.3nov2t Address money. I street. "Address Box 325, City. Snov XjJl'. .-' .f I r I f f. I,I I ,Xo.3i All

4 WANTED Engraver, clock and Jewelry $3000-West Villiers Chase and street Coyl,- between south front De- I FOR SALE-Six-ten schooner, 36 feet 5:00 ...... ...../ fOO( ......... ......... j I 10:50......'.. ., ; 1)13) C

repairer with tools. Mate: experience, : 1\'TED-TO rent for six months nice 6 rooms and hall cottage modern I over 'all. 11 feet beam. round bottom. a 1:13. -............Bohemia............ ,..........'...... 'JO',, lor.con.
age and salary expected The O K. I LOST. fastened. 1:1[ Point........... .... ..
lv furnished house with tour bedrooms in every way. lot &5 feet front. copper tight and in good'condition 5 l'1O:3; .tl0r.
Drug Store Florala, Ala. ZOoct .. Address"P. O. Box 413., 2novlw Can sell on easy terms. ; with good sail and gear. A bargain. ... _...........Ynlestra............ ...... ...... .... '.) ii
good' I King & Runyan. 4nov 5:20..S 1:18 ............Escambla............ l'i0:20.!!....... .... .1t
WANTED First-class blacksmith LOs, >T-A. appetite by not using. $3150-Eat Gregory street. 9-room: house 1::$ .............Mulat.............. .10:1'..;... .10::' F.See
carnage WANTED:-To rent a'six-room house In Chiclets.LOST ... ............. ........... SeeM
and wood..o-kerv Good position large. deep lot stables. on car line. i FOR SALE OR LEASE-<-room and hall I ..Hal1' :.. .. .... \\.111Z3
,for right man. Address John G; Welsh a desirable neighborhood, by a perma- Two bull bitches and House in good condition. The S cottage' with outbuildings attached : 1:35. City............ .. .... ..IOI: bloc
Carriage Works, L'ensacola9oct: nent. tenant. Address Box 103, City. white- with Ohe one solid price is legs than it would cost to Corner 14th avenue and 15th street Write : ::::::.:::::: : :. ............. 1014
ears clipped. white 6:35. .. rag'
19octlm with brindle spot on side of build the house. J. M. S., Care Journal or apply 313 East S .. g ::::::::::: : :::::: ::::: ,_ 9:41; erat
one
head. "t Romana street, 1:1;; .. ....llolts..........:... 9:11:
WANTED-All k-ds! beer bottles. I pay Reward for 1516.return to '1101 North ..Alcanlz WANTED-A five or 81x-robm.cottage. on 4nov 7:03..I'. 8:30.. .............lIilli an............. ...... II :l J.SEl.
BOARD AND ROOMs: 15c dozen. I handle aU leading brands or phone 8novlt, East Hill not too far out. Must be FOR SALE-Tro-months-old fawn doe. C ..Crestview............ .S:04..... I:.' I. .
of 'ines. beers and whiskies and still ........_.Deer Land.......
modern I Very gentle. Address B. H. LJndsey. .... ..... :.... J
I I manufacture that well-established\ cough LOST-Sunday morning, liver and white I Crestview.. 4novlw C o.J. ..........zOSST, Head.......... .... ..j j 4') lessB.
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BOARD AND KOOJI at No 200 W'stI medjiine. Joe Roth, comer Tafagona pointer dog; liter spot on shoulder and 10 lots on North Palafox street, between I 8:09..a. : ........DeFunlak Springs....... 8:33.... ... i)7
Romana street, good fare SO and Government :-ts. hip; one side of head and ear liver tip I o .. ... ....... .. DrassAl:
; $3 per : Hot lath and 16th streets FOR SALE-Bridge score pads, 25c, ;: ..AmI.............. 7:44 ...... ......,,0 .8:42,
week. Mrs. Laura Gomes 8no>2w* I .of tail cut off Answers to name of'Count" 9:5i ..........Ponce DeLeon....... .
Some money to be made In theseas I 500" pads !iic. Visiting cards wedding .. 7:29........ ...... I:'
WANTED once' a four or five-room Reward for return to George a speculation ...................$2500 invitations fine'BtaUonp.ry., etc. C. M. : .. 10:10( ............Westyille.: .........., 1:11...... ......\ c10 -,
FOR RENT Rooms cottage Must\ be close 'n Bcd in good Kupfrian. 2novlw 1 I(Robinson. 208 West Gadsden. Phone 798 :' :%% ...... ..... 10:15.. ..........._Cam-tJle..........._ 7:1' ...... ,2 :
with ..
or without neighborhood. Address 123. Care .lour- Itf5 ...... ... ............. .r
board. Men only; Apply 11 West La- 1 naL The northeast quarter of block 175. I I Representing. Chas. H. Elliott Co. of:1' .. .. : .Bonlray... ... ..: 1:55.. .; LotE
25sept LOST-A gold watch charm about the N City 5 lots Just the {Philadelphia. 11:12. ..... ._... .
ew across 1 3
p.ua St. 3nov2w '
7no\lm size of 25c piece engraved H. K.. on street from Bear's new resi- 1 1 U9...... ...;.. 30:4.Chlpiey..6:37.4. ...... ..... .t moo
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: TAILORING ;.. Diamond! Tailor. one side. and H F. on other.. Reward for dence. they are worth $1500, will I*FOR SALE-One first-class 11:43 ...... ...: 11:07 ...........COttondale........... Uon,
FOR r 'T-M'eb' furnish !..ti cottag on North! Hill n...g<.n.I door off short notice No. 114 West ; II I timber enough with place to cut 1:44...... .... .11:45. ...Cypress.............. Lot
from Government '::;1.. Pensacola. Fla. II I I thirty .1:5$....... .....'11:5:. .........
car line 7 1'OOms. all conve.iic>ir.-' watch lost either --- 'crops more. Do not apply unless you .. .Grand. Ridge.......... 8:18..4:4: Se17See
For particulars address "CotLisi.: Care gold ; on 1 mean business.. Address box 77, De- 'I 1:13 ;..... ...-. '1:0; % ..Sneads............. .. ..
Journal. -invivlw: WANTED-A. R. Blngham wants your Kandy dummy Kitchen or between Reward dummy for depot return.and to LIt your property with me If you want .Funiak Springs. Florida. Must be sold 1:30............. 1:15.. .......River Junction......... . !

all moving breakage.and Hhcne hauling 630 He guarantees the Kandy Kitchen. S :SOoct: quick results. I II by November 20th. 1906 2novl2t 10:50 AU ......... ..... PM 7:40, Ar .... a<:ksonyillo.... Lv 3:05.:>>.......... .. 4:04: -Pa

FOR RENT Two nicely furnished AlI I EM
rooms I I .
: FOR SALE-Car load fine horses E
with board at 122est Chase I WANTED-Carriages and Trains 21 %
For repaired and re and (and trains 2 and 3 carry throul'h
mules Just received also
gentleman onlj. Bath electric! painted floats built to order, I ; two mUch sleeping car between Fensa-
light and ; horse
cola
and
Jacksonville via
with calf Can be River unction ,
cows seen at barn and Seaboard .
telephone in connection.' Phone.11S3 shoeing:; a specialty. J. G. Welsh Cai- FOR SALE.FOR on AIr LinTralna
West Intendencia street. Turton &. Mc .
.nov.lw. riage Co. I 0
J. W. Bullock Jr. Millan. 28oct stop on tllenaL

AITDD-The Merchants Transfer CO. SALE-One milch cow and heifer I
TWO NICELY furnished rooms in a- private wants your moving: and hauling All calf; half Jersey. Apply Zl West FOR SALE-One-half Interest in the 0. ------ --
S famih Reference required Apply breakage guarantees T.. B. Tnors< n. Chase. 7novit Real Estate and Mortgage Loans K. drug store Florala. Ala. Purchaser i keUw.
II North Spring street. 4novlw. Proprietor. Phons 978'WANTED must be competent to manage business.Clean MONEY TO LOAN. Pensacola St. Andrews and
stock, cash .trade. H. H. llc-
SALR-10,000 round Umber I Room 302 Brent Building. Dougald. Proprietor.
FURNISHED -All kinds of electrical work. FOR acres 20oct Gulf Steamship Co.
i house to rent. Owner to land 12500 saw mill timber and saw
I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand UNLIMITED amount mo'ney to loan
.. at board 1102 East with Gadsden tenant. Phone street, 285.during or call the other ctncal! supplies. When you mill. 32-room hotel at, a bargain. Several Box 173. Phone 637 PANAMA. CANAL'EDITION. (.f The all kinds personal property, on short on STEAMER TARPON.W. .
need me ring 345 or 9o6 E. W. Peake good farms and town properties. Journal a magnificently illustrated notice. Terms easy Get my rates before C. BARROW, Master
day. Inov New Star Laundry Bldg. U. Garden. Write Gentry &. Setterltad. Chipley, Fla. magazine containing scores t! vieW'S of going elsewhere.fitar Loan' Co.. .116 FIRST-CLASS
% PASSENGER AND
=sep the city and harbor. For sale rt all South Palafor- -, I
CWO NICELY furnished rooms for rent, I! WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions book stores or at The journal office. By 4novlm FREIGHT SERVICE.
-Between
with or without board: prhslege. of bath wanted. If out of town'ship 1 mall. 20 cents., gist)t -
and phone; (convenient to car line. Address then to us; If In town. ring us up at No FOR SALE-A pottery'works with steam FOR SALE. I' $5000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICOLA .
1202 East GadsJen street. 27 xtlmo- 314 or bring them to us at corner of engine. steam drying room moulds FOR SALE ,AT A BARGAIN-23.000 cola Investment .Company. 300ct CARRABELLE. ST. AN
: Chase and Alcaniz Sts.. F. S. Mellen & and everything complete for carrying on : I brick.one 35-horse power engine, 100 DREWS. MILLVILLE.
Co. ZSjuiyMISCELLANEOUS. : business together with the finest bed of FOR SALE-Driving mare, 4 years old., feet 1-inch pipe This engine Jus. tne And all points on St. Andrews Bay Car
1.c THREE UNFURMsHED ROOMS suitable I pottery clay in Escajnbla county. Located gentle, good traveler. Any lady can thing for a mall! sawmilL, Address Box HAVE. YOU IDLE MdXET In the bank* rabelle and Apalachicola
t for light housekeeping, with pri"1 right in the city. Apply to or address drive her. C. R. Taeger, :200 Thlesen, 103. Pensacola. Fla. Sloctlm I can get you 8 per cent on the best SCHEDULE.
liego of 'bath." Apply 222 \\est Belmont. II R- P. Reese. 'ISseptf building.. Nov. possible security. Leslie E. Brooks. 112 Leaves Pensacola 8 30
I Sunday : p. nu
:28oct! SECOJiD-HAND SAFE for sale used South PalataL oct20 for Mobile Ala. I

5 I BOOMS FurnJfched- FOR SALE-A barroom and an fixtures, FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Hdhlen I I I only one year. Address P. O. Box 49%. LOANED Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, t:39 p. m.
or unfurnished for MONET
and billiard tables etc In flue & Sons' piano m' handsome rosewood W. S. Hooton. 12 E. Intendencia. 7oct on real estate and for St. Andrews. Mllhrille. ApaUchlco!
;; pool
rent. Privilege light housekeeping %54 WAGON AND' CARRIAGE SHOP-\Ve I bargain If sold tao ,. case. A bargain. Piano can be seen personal property on short notice. Carrabelle and intermediate points.
At a c
East Gregory street. 2Soct are now in our new quarters 214 E. Address location. box 103. City 23setFOR by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3ocL, FOR SALE -Blacksmith'shop and dwell- Terms easy. J. W. Bollard, 28 u South For additional information seedy toE
: Intendentia entrance also at 215 Romana I| ing. excellent location near Ice factory: ; Palafox St. Phone, 1144.I J- SAUN6ERS..
FOR RENT-Newlv furnished front room I and prepared to do everything in wagon FOR SALE-Ten different Pensacola1storm good trade. large lot. good water. reasonable .R. COBB, president i
? in private family. southern exposure. and carriage building and repairing E. SALE-Cow and -calf Apply 210 scenes on souvenir postal cards I terms at Marianna. P1*. Address CAN LEND TOUR MONEY at eight General Frt. and Pats. Agt. Pen (
;5. desirable neighborhood of and near business L. Herring, Phone. 923; City. 14oct. East Intendencia. J. M. Clutter.' 4nov for %5<:. P. P. P.. Box. 33 City. SOoct_ W. E. Taylor Chipley Fla. lOoctlm per cent. If. you have any that yon sacola. Fla.
center. Use bath gas and phone. I I want. Interest on. see me about it. It
r: .Apply to 422 West Gregory or phone 13a8 :MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick .. will be absolutely safe On real estate _:!
t f ZSoetlmJttCELY furnished if desired. .Guaranteed.. Carpet security. Leslie:E. Br ob.. Phone 462.

:t FURNISHED ROOMS for rent !I' orders taken at up and matting laid. Leave MONET TO LOAN-Everybody borrows
Watson Parker Reese
Co.'s.
with or without board. Table boarll'l Wesley Duncan. sept wRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE.Send money from Jno. A.' Hall Cb, 14U LANARKOn I
:: .Phone gas and bath. No. 3 I E. Government Si- When in need call

;.. Zloctlm I I!DR. A. W. HERM\N. Chiropodist on us.
I room 301 Brent Building 3d floor. AU '- the Gulf of Mexico.
!! -
; FURNISHED ROOM for rent Apply 301 corns bunions, MONEY LOANED on an kinds of
ingrowing nails personal
:W. Chase street. Zloct t I i scientifically I without pain. Manicuring removed it to The, Journaloffice; day or night. When you need help, have anything property on short notice. Terms
.. easy. J. ?. Gray Co.. : W.
I{a specialty. 24octlm RomanL; I UnexcelledHunting. Boating and Fishing '
1 BOOMS FOR RENT with privilege of !I I or wish Phone 116* ifeb -oyster beds within easy access
1 light housekeeping, use of bath andS'TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruit to sell, rent, exchange, to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the
phone; on car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson .I trees of all kinds; also hedge plants \. << UNLIMITED amount of money to loan An ideal place to spend part of tlt
or phone 1457. lloctlm furnished: and planted by S. D Jackson, on all kind of personal property. Sp. winter months.
t 'iPLEASANT ;I on terms to suit customers. Bert refer work. :: clal rates to business men on lure
HOMELIKE encea. Address S. D. Jackson. City. loans. The New York Loan Co., %
PLACE to S Of"
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Lanark Inn Under Its New Management
South PalafoL .
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14octlm
1; board on North Hill second door from I{I- -Home-like. best service. modern tn
r' Tar line. For particulars address No. 8 ::: inducement
J. H. PORTER sailmaker. 718 South every respect. offers special
;: Cast: Strong. lloctlm :;: Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. SIX r ORDINAR WORDS MAKE : ONE LINE. to hunting and fishing parties!

i I awnings. camp stools and house cots HOTELS.BRIGGS .
FOR r.ENT-Room. cheap; real newly I{|i etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan Reached by the Georgia. Florida .n4
# clean furnished rooms suitable for 1.l' i I I Tourist Rat-,
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Alabama
light housekeeping; on the hilL Location : SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzIe Oertlne HOLSEfeet west of Union RaHway."Inter
high and health)'. Close to car line. & Co. wholesale and retail ship chand- Depot. on Wright street; beat location now In effect.For
t. Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. lers and grocers. Only ftrst-<:1ass house best rooms; best house. to stop at. Rates
Strong Phone 1213. lOaug of kind In city. Fair prices to alL : SOc per day. 21octlm hotel rates, ete, write Lanark Ina

: : --i : .. Lanark Fla.
; 5---- CARRIAGES repaired ac-' repainted. : BROWN HOUSE-DePuniaK Sprmes. -

Floats built to order. Horse shoeing ,. -, Good beds, airy rooms, elegant meals; For schedules, etc see jour nearest
FOR RENT. a specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Con '; .- '; free bath. and sample rooms. Special ticket agent or write
pany. 27feb : < : .- attention. t. traveling men. Rates $:.00 J. 1L McWILLIAMS: G P A.,
per day. 'J. R. Brown.' Prop. Bain bridge Ga.
FOR REVT-A. R. Bingham has storage MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP_Wil- L
St. -room for 'er..t. suitable for fun'iture lie Mlms, Proprietor. Furniture repairing S J -5 HOTEL ROUTI4ERN-Open an the -
.r other goons. 194: and 106 South Tarragona of all kinds carpeta laid. furniture I year. American and European plan.
; street. bone 29. packed for shipping. Phone 6:. ; : Special summer rates. Flrst-class In CREW NOTICE. ,
Next to Tampa landing. 22aprilH every respect. Pleasant and conven- Neither the Captain. OW-TI!
__. ient. Mrs. T. L. '. K .f
-- ,Bowen." Prop., Pensa- nor Consignees of the
ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet \ cola. Fla. ISopr Conway will be re\ponslJ*:' 'liT

PERSONAL.are Iron Worker, cprolce work and skylights Rafes-The want ad the above is i 25 cents first debts contracted by tlH .if F
: a specialty: rooflng. guttering and rate.. on a. filling space insertion BAY HOTEL-Opet ..mpt.and clay European of said vessel. '
repairing.! HIS East Government plan. Rooms light and clean. W. C. PREXTK.
c- I WUENyoii thirst chew a Chiclet ho'is" t-ildin Phone 1216. 21Mae3.opera, and 5 tents a day. for ach additional'Qne \ttiv iqsefQQDSeqt cash with qe ad, Transient PaJafox. Jos.trade s.solicited.Nteolau. Prsa.575-579 South PE>SACOLA UMBER co.! !. ); 5SttConarpff 1...




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fiere's a, whiskey HIGHRIISE MiirEFR'ENAVAL I'I'I JACKSONVILLE :1i: .



will appeal especially to those CARNIVAL
that: ., -'. '''' ,
whO want something better-the ON '. STORES. ; :

Criminating class who know FORt OlDiERS ': VULfANlre Savannah Ga... Nov. T.-The DaTal I : Commission Brokers.

good'whiskey... stores market closed: to-day as follows: November 5-10 1906. "

and appreciate a ROOFING WW ................................C 60 f I I
ROGERS is a particularly .
MARK fine old whiskey of : }rG..::::::::::::::::*..';::::::::::::::1 25es Pensacola and New Orleans il

smooth, :Ft. Morgan Boys without giving the house owner wh NM, ...................................6 25 SEABOARDAIR i \
uperior quality; pure, uniformnd Compli- K, .................................., 75 II W. lnt.nd*nola. 820 : ;
: discriminating uses it a feeling of great satisfaction I'........................-.:............., 19 Common.
> well aged. Made for mented for Heroic Work WHY? Because he knows that 'Vul H ................ ..........400to415 LINE RAILWAY 1 .t\
people. Carefully selected,. O _...........................3 85 to 3 95 I f
canite" Roofing is the most perfect F ...........................38to3SO Cotton Stocks Grain. Provisions ANNOUNCES A RATE OP 1
choice grain is used, and the distilling During Storm.The Ii: ...........................375to385D ,
of who economical ana wearing roof protectioi ..................................3 80 bou"ghtand sold i ONE FARE : '
in for
is charge experts made. That's Whyit C- ...................275 on margin or investment.
a process that has been ( Spirits Turpentine 65% cents. Plus 25 cents to Jacksonville and return 1

use handed down for generatioqs. following letter and the military V.ulcanitcRoofingIs PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. i I Out-of-Town Orders. Given Special' Attention. for for the'Military Public,Companies and one cent and per Brats mile. I \

God whiskey good medicine.' endorsements accompanying it The following Pensacola cotton quotations I Bands. Rates apply from all Agency, 1 {
bottle home with' for are 'self- Jplana.: iir. says the'i Mobile are furnished by J. P. O'Connor & Stations on Seaboard Florida. ; t
Carry a you .tegister. In accordance with the UNIVERSALLY used. Co., F. O. B. cotton brokers 'Penaaeola t Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. --- .
sideboard and :
your ,order ,ot the department'.commander Old roofs can be covered quickly ant I Good Fla. Middling .:...:......,..9..9% DATES OF SALE. f
:: medicine chest. tt Atlanta, the letter was read to the look Strict Middling ..... .............S% .. 2 J
like "So about
; MARK ROGERS battalion of coast artillery on duty at new. speculation Middling ...............:..!...!.:............9% ,'.........................,............................

hits the right spot-t Fort Morgan yesterday. The fort will "Vulcanite." ; Strict btalns Low and Middling tinges nominal............-.......}}- 'i November 5, .6, 7, 8 and '9:' 1. .

be temporarily abandoned as a military Ask for the "Housi That Jack Bait"You !

it will please you. post after to-day the battalionof can get it right here in.town. < (. New York Cotton Market BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW. Final Limit, An Ticket, November. 11. t
At all good places Open. High. Low. Close 1
; coast artillery there, having been 1 00s.
T. BEDWELL PRES. AND MANAGER. .
January ... '.13 S.13 957 9.C7 r
but you must ask ordered to- another post pending repairing March .. .. 985. 9.89 9.75 9.84 ; Prepared to do aO electrical repairing on abort notice. Ring phon 570 and arepresentative r I
for it. of the extensive damage I A. M. Avery Hardware Co. May ....:..1001: 10.63: 987: 9.98: street. will calL W. T. BWwell, President and Manner. 205 S. Baylen Can on your ticket agent. ,

caused by the September hurricane.. December .. 9.14 9.68 9.52 9.6X

''\i TOfl: : Members of War DepartmentHonorable New York Spots 10.20 quoted. S. C. BOYLSTON Jr., 1
Sirs-We desire to ex- A't Gen'l Pass AgentJACK5ONV1LE.
: BLOTHZKTHAI.& BICKAKT Grain Market. .
'11: .,. 'ILI ,ress our gratitude for the noble res-; MCMILLAN I BROS.CO ,Wheat .
\ of members family dur-'i Open. High. Low. Close.e JAS. F. TAYLOR. ,
ue the our
fl1S! (Ito'Io "B & B""THE December ....74 74 73H 73'4 :Traveling Pau.Agent.-" .
tag the terrible 1i I1icane.which' re "" ..IJfU"CRI ESTIlLs May ..........78% 78% 78 78ft We are offering some dressed damaged ._TAMPA.EDWARD: .
cently visited the'guif coastThree ,Corn-
_. GREAT BIG HOUU of the daughters of my latw TUIWfrf1J Open. High. Low. Close.e F. COST.

ATLANTA brother. William T. Norville. of Mobile : & .-rt December ....42% <., 43 42% 42% lumber at a bargain. 2nd Vice-President.
> and husband and six children of May Oats..-*......:431, 44 43% 43% CHARLES Gen'l B.Pass.RYAN.Agent.

the eldest daughter, were all saved by. Open. High. Low. Close. PORTSMOUTH.VA.PIRECTQRY.,
Real Estate Transfers. the soldiers at Fort Morgan. They December ....34% 34% 34% 34% We can fill all orders now for new

were at Navy Cove. the summer:home May .........35% 35% 35% 35%. ,__ f
oaowlrg! Is a list of the real estatesiifer5 ,-
recorded yesterday furnished bte of the pilots of Mobile, and fled for New York .Stock Market. .
Pensacola Abstract Co.: their lives at nibt during that of the !Sou. Pac. .................. 92% 92H stock shipment arriving daily.
storm; some of the' members of that Copper ........ ..........111!. 11114 .
DEEDS. A.,S. .K. .....................134 .134%
Investment Co. to The devoted little colony_ : sought safety In Atch .-...;..'..:.... .......101% '102
The Persacola Land Co.-All of See. !3. 29 and I vain ior the tmhtful: gale and rush A. R. ..................;.....,.156 155 H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY : PROFESSIONAL.
penl.io! 30. NEVi of NEK of Sect of waters swept them out to sea. som-- B. It. T. .................. 81% 80%
;tt 1. 'z; !f Sac of of NWK.V. B. & O. ..................119% 119%
N"l of XEV SWH NEY bE of E4fSf found refuge In trees others to higher Erie ........................ 44% 43% .
''SVTU. N%Of o'See SEU.:Si, NEVi%Of SEV ground. Among the last named weix c.. F. L ............,......... 52% 62% T. G. YATES M. D..,
AH
of \. S3. S6. All of Sec 37, all in those of my brother's family. Mrs. T. U. S. .............,......... 47V, 47 'J'
tie \)1 SWSec SK of S Sec 36, Tp 1X Alexander Johnston husband U. S. Pfd. .................104% 105% Optician. \
"pX. n,11 W. of NW *, W* of SEQ, and six SHIPPING NEWS R. s. ....................... 35% 35%
U,ttG W NW, R 4 30 W %E*. Sec 1, Jj children, and her sisters Emily F. I IL. & N. .......?..*...- .....143 143 !peed have no terrors for you 306 i t.l
i Tr S of SB%, of NWfc, and Elizabeth\ D. Norville were under, Lead ........'.;..t.9..... ... 75% 75% WASH' DAY Thiesen Building. if
-W\ of NWH. SEK ... .......... If send waging to
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J. .ut SW K (Ifi four oaks in a space about as largeas )L P. ... .. 93% 94I. ; you your }
14 cf rn14. ::;00 of 8XC'E1Pt NW%, N4 of C. ......................174% 173 Twenty years' experience at an Eyt to i
\ Sec :3. NE'" SE14 a room huddled together for many I . The New Method Laundry Specialist Examination free. I
: of SW%, SE4cw Arrived Yesterday. Penna. ...... ... .. ..140% 140% ,
Sf; SW; of SE'-.l WY Sec. 4. E34 of long hours without food or water in Prudentla, Br ss, Home illS, Galveston. N. Y. C. ...................129%! 128% PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE. New Vetbetf W. *31411 $ I
,. 'E" of ;nW'4.:: ..... .... .. Prop Undrj Bldj. Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blount :
of SW. Sec 5. S that horrible tempest. The wind was to A. A. Brown & Co. P.O. .... ;. .. 89%: 89% ,
T" SE t NE, NW l of NW% NJ% lowing ninety miles hour Cleared Yesterday. Reading ....................141% 146*, AGENTS WANTED. AUSFIELD &BLOUNT i
c tSW'i. NH of Sea N;% of an and the George F. Scannel Am sch, Jones, 590. St. P. _....................171% 171%
1.
of XE%. SEW of NEW:, NW great black waters surging around for New York, with 615,000 8 ft cypress. R.. L .............._..;..... 28% J8% Architects I
'I: EI4 of NE; ,5Vf14.of them in the lumber. .. .. .. ..... '
NW : early dawn the water S. R. ... .. M. 33% 33%\ 312.U4Brent "
S* < AU Sec 11. NEK. EH % ..........:._..... >> Bldg.. 43 Mote BIda, "I :
SV,. of MVU. SEU of SE% N ofSE4 was flooding over the home they, had Prudentla Br 88, Home, 1770 for London Can. Pac. .175% 175% Pencacola, Fla. Montgomery Ala. 1-
via Liverpool with 300 tons coaL Census bureau report by the
E\\4 of SW 6' Sac li, NEH.of left and no evidence of Navy Cove govern- I' l
Sailed Yesterday. ment on cotton. ginned tto November 1st.
;. of NW"i- S H of NWV. r8WU E% of, was seen: a little later after agonIzed Newholm, Br ss, for Mantevldeo. will be issued -at I p> m-. our time No- THRIFTThe WM. .A. BORMANS, \
Sec 1 SWH THE SCHOOL OF
f4: See 1Z, JUl I
Fe( 1,. EH of XEU. Sec 21. NE% ofsw. suspense-to! a boat was seen VESSELS IN PORT. vember 8th. Architect and Superintendent I
.
t4 Sec 28. NS of NWJ4. SW% of coming towards them and manned by Steamsnips. i,
.;L": See 25 AH of Frac Sec 29. W 80 United States soldiers; they knew Asuncion de Larrinaga Br es, Kramer, Cotton Futures. Office-305 Brent Building, 4'
1m< lying 8 of Sec 36 In See 37. NW' then their lives 2691. Rosario to Gulf Transit Co. New York Nov 7.-Cotton futures Phone 823. Peniacola Fla. 'f I
cf !NEH.. SB'4 of :o.'E"4.'J 4 of Sof were saved. Barendrecht, Dutch as. Hoekstra. ; 209!. opened steady.. November,, 9.68; December savings bank is really the school of I
NEi NE'.. of SE.I. S\4 ef SE1,, Oh. we feel so grateful to the commander Gulfport to Cary & Co. '
\TV> of SWW, SVi of SW%.. Sec 8S, of Fort-Morgan and his men; Conway. Br.as. Prentice, %2578 Rio Ja- 9.60' ; January 9.70Febru- thrift. Thro' its privileges many thousands "i : : ; ;
etnTp1SR1W.: All See 1. Lot 1. these men had difficulty we know in niero to jnaster. ary 9.75; March, 9.68; May.. .10.00; C. PHILLIPS Ph. M.
Lot 1. Pec J, XE 4 of Sec \1. all In' Tp Grads, Span as, Rulz, 2958, Liverpool July 10.11. have learned to save what they formerly
1 g. R S2 W WH of NEV. Kg of NWU. reaching the people they saved. They to, Gulf Transit Co. Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN It
Let 13 Lots S, S and 4. Sec Zt, All In Tp ..took a portion of the family to the Helslngburg Swed ss, Schriel. H%!. Chapped Hands.. wasted. I. and 8URQEON. d
.sR30w. Lot.of3.S34of4 I fort that evening, but on ,their return lluelva to flyer Bros.
oil of B. lof 6, all of 7. Sec 1, all ofFrac I the gale increased in Ida. Aust sa, Hresrlich. 209J. New Or- Wash your hands:,with warm water, Office and Residence 12 N. Palafox. JHoursOtoiia.m.ito5p.m
: was so violence
Sec 3. Lot KVt of S. NH of 4. leans to Gulf Transit Co. with towel .
dry a and apply ,Chamberlain's' of I
The Lesson
; ts that Mr. Johnston who is a pilot. Br Money Saving.is .
See 11 all in Tp R 31 W. SWH Of Kirkstall ss. Uinde, Colon to Phone 6$. c
E'4. SEH of S\VH S 23 acres of NE% thought it best to wait for. a ,while. Halter- Salve .Just before going to 4
if S.EV, MV< Cf SE% of KEVt. and he told. the soldiers to return to Le isham Br es, Gavin,:173, ,Bio Janeiro bed and a speedy cure Is certain A&WJJJLUiWW1Wi

Sec Jt.!Tp 40.000 1 .ic 00. and R iicit other. considerations Total 12.334.49 FortMorgan if they desired. but their to the. Wm.Ships.S. Keyser Co.. ',.. This sake is aioo unequaled for skin best learned by opening a bank account. \

acres Max- L. Kahn to Sarah Green-Lot 24 answer was "We were ordered to rex Avanti. Nor ship Anderson< 1C4S.' London diseases '. For1,sale bY'.all druggists.H. Once started you have an incentive to better DR. ALICE W. HERMAN

in block Ii. East King Tract, East of >rt to yon-if you said you could not to order. ,
TarrKona street-JSOu.00Kannie leave here-we were to stay, with Ferreira. Port ship. Barrow,. 506, Lisbonto Alfman, tin, copper and sheet Ironworker habits, and a reserve, too, against adversity. I CHIROPODIST.
,
Knight and J iL Crosby to 3. mapter. has moved to 109 East Government 1I I
W. Her-CiuiiUctai l* interest In the you" How we bless the. commander Canada. Br ship Spurr. %".11. Rio street laths opera house building. Start it to-day with a dollar-more if you. | Room 3C1, Brent Building. 3d Floor. .!.
rast half of sn 14 K'i of <5EH. Sffi% of for that order Then they did the Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.. I \
: Ingrid, Nor ship Daruiell. 1260. Ant- Four'per cent interest. AD corns, bunions. fogro 'lns; nalU ... :
XWU. S ec Jl Tp 1 X. R 30 W' "1200.00. EDUCATIONAL DAY can. .
CrJe E. Wilson to Mrs. Isabella C.- true heroes' work by cheering the werp to McK. Oerting & Co.' moved scientifically without pain.' ..,... I Ii
ral&m-Lot 8 In block 14. Belmont storm-tossed ones they built and kept Lena,' Ital chip, Tassara. 1581 .London :47' THE FAIR curing a specialty. 24ocUiwtaNTFe.IIttot-
!tTract-J100.VO and other cooalderatlons. UD a huge fire.-,which dried their-clothing to order. ,_ ? ... .. i \
Record 7. -. Barks f. \ I I' '
Nov. .a.nd-
warmed their chilled blood, ,
a L. Bass et al to Bass & Co.-Lot Afredo, Uruguayan bk Maragas, 987 'Tam'paN: .'', .-Ofall the specia .
and then talked cheerily until the ,
Montevideo H. H. Thornton.Alfhild. .
to *
considerations.:0%. block %5. Old City 41.00 and other wind subsided when all were takento Swed *>k, Sveneen, 1332, ,Durban days at the, ,
John Q:hson to The McMillan Mill Co- the fort There food and clothing to master. Fair at Tampa none will be mor_ FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF ,.-' PAINLESS ellxirof 1a.s'-.e. ,
FeV, of SEU and S% of NEVi of SE14.f was provided.All master.Andrea. Nor bk, Quale, 111. Durban. to brilliant oIenJg'a.blethah Educational .I w V a "CI1neo 1I'IWke1.op um.c->.

H. Tp 3 N, U 31 W. 60 acres-J60.00. the brave 'Ital bK 1477 Genoa to and" Children's' ,Day-Friday,. No. -
M R. Zeek to P. B. Ra.4c1i1fLot 11 ones who peril their Avon, Avegno : PENSACOLA. FLA. SIIMrarbiojwPW :
Hook 141 East King Tract. East of Ti.1'-1 lives are not recipients of Carnegie master. Nor -Kausken. 1100. 23. States Superintendent. of Public treat t':,

regooa street-$100.00 and other consid- medals. of which these noble men are Stavanger Campbell to :McK. bk.Oerting & Co. Instruction. M. holloway has pr IHsasatotiw. ,Dr.M. ;.
eratlons. examples. Chacma Nor bk, Jorgensen. 557 pareda-.special program for this occasion 'p 'Designated Depositary of the Un'lted States.W. : AND WOOLUt
,
J W. Gilmore to R. 3. FuHer-E% ofsWL ..,.'" '
tE\: of NEU and the SEU Sec We ask you to accept our deep appreciation Fleetwoed to oiaer. 1380, ..Rosarloto and Invitations have been sent C1iiek1' f:", f
Nor bk Jensen
Tp 5 N, R 31 W. subject to timber of the service rendered us Hereford onier.Helmdai. to every school in Florida to have H. Knowle, president W. K. Hy rr Jr., Vice-President and Caihler. _

kase F for Wolfe 2 years to W.4400 B..00R 'Runyan & C. R. by the soldiers at Fort Morgan ana Nor bk. Hensen. 1354 Hull their pupils present. Thousands of Thos.' W. Brent. Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass"t Cashier. ------ -- .

rgo1l1Lots 4, 6 and E% of 3. 16. 17 their able commander and should be to order. Ha-- children will visit Tampa on' this day. Directors. -F. C. Brent. W.A. Blount. W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hyer.Jr. SECRETSOCIETIES.
n4 IS, block 91. New City Tract-J100.00inj grateful if some note of this shoulo Humberto.order.Span. bk 1111. .Battle. and they will be shown the best'of D. O. Brent.C. .

other caluable considerations. andO be conveyed to them. Yours sincerely vana Isabel to Browne. Rus bk. Lindqulst 1231.Hull care and attention from the time they PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 9.

ujumptlon A'eianfler of $ OJOtO.r HootonLets to master. _. leave their homes until they .retun Penoacola Lodge. No.3. K. of P. 0.
(Mrs.) Elizabeth Norville Kink Oscar II. Nor bk, Johnson, Tho raHmads' will tnaka sneclal arrangements meets every Monday evening at 7.30
11 to 19. InclusIve block 59, Bel- Shaw
D-.... + lIn -- o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
:.ont Tract-J500.00 and other considera 32 E. 27th street Baltimore Md. & tills, Nor -bk,u.Aanoosen. '1030 Santos : for': ii"Cre.rIn: addtiori *- over Pou's stable West Intendencla St.

tions. October 15, 1906. tc order. to the literary program, the directors .WI. If KXP.President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Alslstant CHlurI. Visiting brethren cordially: welcomed. .
Louis Friedman to D. Hale \Vilsonlot and Cashier I.W. ANDREWS.Auufaat CUll!!'
First Endorsement-War Lluis. Uruguayan bk, Lopez 700, .Havana .E.CUKh.Vice-President R H. DBNNARO. C C.
of Lot block 26, Department of the fair association are ar
g and W If feet 9. to' order. : H. HORSLER. K. of R. A a
New City Tract-11200.00.I'alteJ the Military Secretary Office, Wash. Maria, Ger, bk, French 19:!!. Kings ranging a fine special program. including
States to John Gibson-SEH off ington. D. c., ,October 16 1906. Lynn to maeter. a matinee performance: the THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. .

-Patent.1*. Tp 3 N. R 31 W. 159.69 acres Respectfuly forwarded to the commanding 146 Marina, Genoa Madre to order.Ital k. Simonatta. Hippodrome horse races. fireworks Knights Meetings of Columbusare of the

general, department of the Negpore Nor bit Ojerdsen 1125, East and many other features. Alter a held at their ball
F14
Egcambla Lodge. No. 15 F. & A. M. gulf. for his information. London to A. Zelius. visit to the new educational building. Cf PIHSMCOLA. No. S West lateoden-
Special communication of EII- (Signed) HENRY P. McCAIN.Military Noach VI. SVo'ed bit. Burgfeldt 1260. addresses willjte delivered by the Opera House Building. cia street on every
c mbla Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. Port Natal to order. Monday evening at 7.39
Secretary. Oltvarl Ital ck Costa, Genoa to order leading educators of Florida. Every o'clock. .An .Invita
M.. will be held Friday evening
November 18th. at 7 o'clock. Second EndorsementHeadquarters.Department school teacher and patron in Florida DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED, STATES lion is extended tavtoltlne
Work In 11. M. degree. Visiting of the Gulf. Atlanta.Ga. FaUna Nor bk Johnson, 1219 Plymouth that the children attend KalKhU JONES.J.
should see JOHN a .
ktUiren cordially invited.. D.Banquet.C. DETER, ., October 18. *9Q6.Resnectfullv ; Superb, to A.Nor Zelius.bk Ulich, 1934. Antwerp and receive the educational benefitsto CAI ITAL STC K, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. 8. LEONARD. Grand KnightRecorder.

referred to the commanding to A. Zelms & Co. the grand display .
W. O. DAILEY. W. M. be derived from DIRECTORS.,
officer. Fort :Morgan, Ala. Schooners
Secretary. Clara E. Randell Am scb 863, Calbar- as well as to enjoy themselves. DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
It Is gratifying to the department commander len Cuba. to J. A. Menltt &: Ca Henry L. Covlnglon Frank Rcllly F. E. Browner Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Daughter of
to learn of the action within Donna Christina-Am sch McLeod '165 Bilious' Attack Quickly Cured.A J., M. Pfciffcr. W. S. Rosasco C. W. Lamar Rebecca meets every Monday night at .
I described and he desires this letter Belize to master. attack san Dumo
and endorsements be read to the com Domira, Br ado. Reddle" 2001- SU,.Lucle. few weeks 'ago severe'I had a I bilious was not A. &. Avery. W. ". MI'.lon\ 0. E. Maura sisters cordially MRS J.Invited T. PULLIAM to be present N. a ,I:
to master. -L- that was so \\. J. hannah Mckenzie Oertlng ,
mand. Dr. MRS. HA TTIE"ILLE. SeaRATH
.
\\. L. Canihon,
Freddie Heucken. Am sch. Bryant 475.. office for two days. .
the
By command of Brigadier General) havana to master. able to go to "ltA .th"in, C. |h. Covlngton M. E. Clark. ,
Falling to get relief from my familyphyslcian's BONE LODGE NO. ao.I .

Ballard'sObelisk DuvalL ------.------ treatment. I took three of 1(31: 'CJ Ur" I' t.l'. UJI$ 1111! :!t.te If Jure Uinta aartme1 I Rathbone Lodge! No. 30. Knights of '.
EDWARD T. DONNELLY 11513 111(11. Pythias meets every Thursday night: at .
First Lieutenant. AHtJterv' Come. A. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ZE tttctLco far the convenience of easterners.Fei Castle HalL Members of sister lodge .
Very of ten-the Tablets and the next day I felt likea I and visiting brethren cordially Invitedto
CArtinz wtarv
D. Military cOSTETTE'Js
Paid Tim. Deposits attend. J. M ROPER C. a
stomach reqUr Editor of cent Interest on
Fort :Morzan.' AlalNov. K. 19/\/ __ new man.-H. C. Bailey. r rer c.. J. LEVEL K R A 8. I
the CWiRATtD tane' the News Chapln S. C. These tablets -
The following are ram s of 2.so. and
.. M E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and
; It then by all druggists. ..
r the sale
for
those who partMnafM ,In thn'f r CI""ne j. Bitters wit are, -- third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. nx.
thetOrn"l P,!*OTOTS at Nayy Cove, : 1 1 Rafftrrd Hall No. 10. West IntendeacU \
90rt =mKPT 27 1006aTrxh ; prove. sw&rth. Written 011 a Slate.General : street. A. Q. FELL, Prea."
r
? It alDyspepsla
NATIONAL BANK
8 wrote the first. CITIZENS J. 1. SWEENEY. Secy. -
Co1'nf\MIOl R Pt: -V l. TT TT'" : ....' b :W1j'1i cures I. Lew Wallace I THE

W. Ratrt. Edwr4, Is! 1 1ntq.neorge tlv., v. ... rough draft of "Ben-nnr" oa a slate. PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. O. 0. F.. ..
flOUR ; 'Indtge tlQn. coulJ PENSACOLA Pensacola Lodge. No. 4. L O. O. F. .
( Vareo. TMrat* b'v .l I Eft-ins as his reason that erasures f

T-Tqle.E.ov! R W H -TT....TT> T MT?.. '-. &:'f)! ': ; : 'more rcaaili be'U1 de. After satisfying A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and' Conservative I at meets the every new hall Thursday on Belmont evening and at HaJJ 7.W_ ,I 1 V

gsdv and .Tot-u-- M. Christ ari r' t*.. :., 1'O"Y' } .. himself with a sentence written in Basis.Correspondence streets. Visiting brethren cordially ia-
\
-t Coitlveness.. vlted. B. R. WITKilVSKT. N. O. t
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I .
p V Artil- soft 'ncil. -
ety-nlnth mpan1.Coat 1 thi way he \r6u2d. with'a |* A. KCRLB. Secretary .
-
lery. Heartburn to and fin 1llv. -. olcitcd--R.! M. Bushnell. Cashier. I .
Is the Staff 'of Life.It transfer line-writbl,; paper ;
Chili him. be r W. O W .
,, Colds, pleased t
New Suit Filed. when everything Live Oak Camp No. L W. O. W:_ .
'F4S Female Ills copied the entire manuscript In Ink bieeU in Pythian hall the 1st. anet 3rd $.
or
has all the meritsof The suit was filed : : In each month. .
following new with the precision .of an ensrossias ,I Ic1er Wednesdays VislUagstverelgns
yesterday in thp office of the clerk of .. those who were City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.Denominatidn. cordially invited '
declared by
all the other good :'". It is | F. A. BoaracH. c. c
the circuit court: ,, personally acquaintedwith GeneralWallace :i Dated January 1.t, 1906. Maturlni JanliV lit, LESLIE! E. BROOKS. Clerk. ,
J. I. Johnson Pa'In. "IB!" s. I' U oJo.co each. ) f :
flours and many vs. Ferry' i "Bea-TInr" was written I Rede"abte Jan. 1st. 1923. Interest Payable Seml..nnoa Iy. ;
spectors' 'and Shippers' As cation! that 1935. FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT' TO PRIO SALE -.- ',

more that the others replevin. damages :$300; Sullivan & Our Laundry Vlork and rewritten at.l least thirty times and I r WE OFfER IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT I PURCHASER. Legal Advertisements. -.

Sullivan attorneys for plaintiff.: : that when the final copy was sent to .
have Get free Gives the Wearer Thlt was neither a cortection i of
not. the publishers! ;; there The Bank Pensacola '

premiums for the In .Tim* 'ef. Peace.In I Comfortable Poise, Born 1 nor an.erasure: throughout themairaeript. : Peoples ,, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 'f" .'

the first months of the Russia- of Satisfaction.T The printer net up the (I I Pensaco'a. Fla. I Notice is hereby giver to creditor, legatee

pink tickets in Ballard's Japan war we had a striking exampleof copy exactly as It was written and the ,, *, distributee and all other persoM

the necessity for preparation, and Let us call author himself never corrected a proof ................... having estate of claim Mary or Bauer demands, deceased against to present tM '
Oeblisk Flour. the early advantage of those who so belcre the book: was sent to 1)1533.EileettTe. the some to the undersigned vfthta
to speak. -"haTe'ahintlf'd their roof for your bundle. t 1..0.: i I two (2) years from this date. November f
I'I'I i
In dry weather." The virtue of prepa Costs no I 1.Administrator 130$. cum tectamento C. F. BAUER anpexo
you
ration has made history and given to should like to know ,
Mr. Bowler-I i i in a savings bank at 4 novloawlw ;
greatest The individual more to get school I lesSons Deposit your money
men. -
us our all these cooking j-
what good 11
The well as the nation should b? prepared daughter? cent. when the Pensacola Home and Savings ,
as the best. are doing our : per In Eacarobla; County Circuit Court, ,
for any 'emergency: Are you B.-Ererythlng she cooks ah. I Association will issue you paid-up stock State of Florida-In Chancery. Dock ,
Mrs. 1 ,
2 complainant vs. Plnkey Perry del '
perry

Lewis/ Bear Co. I prepared first cold to you.successfully take? A cold combat can the be The Star Steam brings Tea borne.and none of the family will 2 bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum/'pay- :'I l[day fendanU of D Divorce.<M., the the third defendant. .- .! .. ..rj):;I Ii

cured much more quickly when trent- semi-annually. :, PlaId P"rris required to appear ,
able
tb things are Just .
and : flies herein.Ttil
touch 'em. to the bill afainst her ( ;
ed as soon as It has been contractedand rjeSILVA.. A. GREENHUT J. S. Reese. R. M. CARY : order In t-e p.ibiU ed once eact I
Wholesale Dealers.Pensacola before it has become settled in Laundry thrown away. I.. u. G. president vice-Preildent. Treasure Secretary CI :I week for four ,Wwe-utJre weeks in Tbf i

the system. Chamberlain's Cough I 'No.theyarenOt. Sheglvesthcmtobeggars. I DreetorsH. G. OeSliva. A. Greenhut. Kaowtw H>cr.. iAV. CCIubbI. 1 Pensacola Journal a newspaper pubhe: < :1!
: 37 Garden Phona114Pensacola E. Maura. Sol Caluu .: In said rambla county. A. II UrMQ-
E. St. H. Dorr O. .
C.
is famous for its cures of t
Remedy Harts.Held.
C. O
Ian Clerk Circuit Court by ; ',
I. I ,
Fla. colds and it should be kept at hand Fla. "Baht What good does that dor" I t !-, 43 South Palafox. :. D. C Peosacola. Fla. OctoHer K1JV i I \It .:
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ready for instant 'use. For sale by .. -.wePJ, getting rid of beggar* i,+. .4.0..S......... ... ... ................ ........., octU .iw4. '
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THE .PENSACOLA- ,- ,- -,,:JOURNAL'_ ; tMURSOAY' MORNING" ,..,fc.6y'1''M Bt& 9,.- 1 .0i. .

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I rp ON" : DANCE. OFFICIAL CALL FOR. THE" ,
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t. PLAIN FACTS ABOUT HATS PRESIDENT '- ',' j' ::
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RATH BONE.,:SISTERS -RE-UNION! OF THE: U.- C. V. ,


THt'HfGHSU't' : : _, Pensacola Temple i No. 14,, 5 .

Rathbone :Sisters, 'S To Meet in onNovember13 and J4 -MissAdefe
; Gainesville
,. Read i Them. -. '., WILL GIVE A t.>ANCE 'I IN' ... .- .-,- -,

: f. .C.K.of.A..HALL.. : : M. Chaffee Appointed Sponsor-and Miss
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t \ How Battleship :Is ::Being FRIDAY. NIGHT, NOV:9.THE :: S Vera McDavid Maid of Honor. ;

1 1f the particular style of hat PUBLIC INVITED: BARRIOS' ,> ..
Fitted Out for;jhe Trip: ORCHESTRA MUSICi WILL' FURNISH THE -

you desire is not in our big -To .. S : Brigadier General .Samuel. Pasco to have a full representation fron
: the Isthmus
\ of ,..?, -S --. I commanding the -*irst Florida Brigade :every camp of the brigade.. Let us

hat stock, you can feel sure Panama.The : JustReceived., U. C. V has issued an official meet and greet 'one: another once
._ S Imported MacaronI, Sweet Oil. Cbeeees I call for' the assembling% at Gaines- more before the last roll ,call shal- FOR THE DAY OFFi

; it does not exist, for when Dill .Picktes, Sauer Itnutr Mackerel, CodFish \illeNor.: nth and 14th of the camp be made. The Derby Hat might be
more
.- I Bread,Pigs French Feet.Navy Spanish B'ead Onions.erytfiing Tltot"composing tne'brigade to. auend the I'I Miss Adele M,' Chaffee has beet fat much the war-In surely the Soft Hat 'OWd or '***
more keeping t5festIve'
you have examined our stock rearrangement'of' the oMeerS fresh and,new -' : reunion of the. Florida Division U. C I appointed sponsor,. and Miss Vera possibilities. with the -"la11111
I r quarters on the battleship Louisiana,: Witch Hazel $1.00 pcr gallon.. V* : (.McDavid maid of honor for:'the, first: We have 'all the latest shar;

you have seen everystyle I I for the use of President. Roosevelt. !foai ,, Marine: .Grocery Company.V. ,iiiss Adele:,M.'Cfcaffee has been ap 1 brigade and the general bespeaks rotors hats that in carry the --HAWEi the soft barb.1tee h !j-'
his t. J. VIDAL Manage?. i'pointed! ,j these young ladies, who are true of money rua"*-
i trip to Porto Rico. and : sponsor of the First, brigade best all-around *

A that is known to fashion. I'which work Is being,done at panalilii'l, ____, land I Hiss. Vera McDavid maid of I(daughters members of of the confederates Pensacola and chapter active c- Aitlmd: latest. _Btyle All :satisfaction tiarantced.t, es, .

I York Navy Yard, was' rUshed with eP i!I fA NEW DISCOVERY' FOR MENDING j I honor.The.' I tile U. D C., every courtesy that can S SEE OUR WINDOWS
call is
I asfollows:
1 They are in black, brown in possible dispatch at the yard TORN GARMENTS-"MAGiC i ii be rendered by members of this brigade -
grey, fact, every want- I yesterdsj MENDER." I Headquarters First Florida Brigade. We Are Sole Agents.
F!i r and other Confederates who may .
able AS it is the intention of Captain S A\ill mend torn garment I I4* CL _yMo ticello.. *la., >\o>i I '-
shade any ( this reunion '
and the withI ., attend
,
GET TO
prices S ON THE BIG
from Condon NOISE
range the.commander of the LouLf(- ,out sewing so that .rou can't I S? 190G.: '1 The Confederates of Gaiaesvira I A FANCY HAT AND CST
BAND
t ana to sail from New York for was fever torn. Package mailed With j I II I Official notice Is. hereby: given, t'.i promise to do.aU in' their power to '
$1.5Oto$6.OO. !Chesapeake' Bay"on Sunday says the full directions on .receipt of lSc to I|I!the camps of this brigade that thuknnnal i iII I make the visiting delegates have a S'T
M. M. Feingold P. O Box, 253 Ppneii of the I-'orfda State i '
reunion
confidenly -
I I I and the general
:> time
ew York :Times! Prcsidnt.RoO. !. -. II good THE
cola, Pla II Division, U. C. V.., trill be held t. expects t9. meet a.large number ofthe" HABERDASHER.
I velt will go to Oyster' Bay to vo* -------- -..-. -.._ Gainesville Fla, Nov. 13 and 14, 19C'. old comrades on that occasion. B> 222 S. Palafox.
next Tuesday morning, andthat, ddf? : I Il Each carets is: entitled:: to One dele- crder.d' I

Ib "mshed, viil return imm di tel;/30: S Florida, and Alabama gate fQr every twenty .mesibers .in SAMUEL PASCO i

fm Ibf 1 kr I'Washington re he --nI' board'tbe:1: good standing.. and-one for'a fraction Brig. Gen. Commanding *irst Florida. -=

navalx yacht Mayflower,', '''which will' LAND COMPANYManufacturers of ten :members., Provided that each Brigade U. C. V. Notice C

2 i take him to a 'poiJv off: ,vo'r Trap camp is entitled to two delegates. c.. V. THOMPSON. the Men Ynn, C
J- ul The and Chief of Staff. .
general commanding dccircs Adjutant --
Light, where he will board I
on the
S'cia I go
: and Dealers in.
MENSAN3BoYs Lotli iana. LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN-. I'
Meet r
WEAR
@ I Naval Constructor William J. B
205-207' ; I ter said yesterday that at the rale tie' --.---.. ,--. --, : : FIRST 1F"
'
So. PALAOX 51: rENSAeOLA'l .....t\. I work of fitting the battle ship wf-! -
I progressing he thouht there was vi- street to-day. See bow many Of ttrm
tie doubt that she would 'be look as If their clothes are ,
ready JT T TIE Mi HORSE SHOW TO OCCUR help to
L I by next Sunday morning at the latest. I them; a source of satisfaction: m,n 'no

-, .- ._. 'The presidential quarters,. which are -S. are conscious of being well dressfd. mth.
""" "" ." ". j situated aft he said will be out ,thinking too much of their clothes.
''''''''''''..e..o.. .... separatedfrom
"
I' the rest of the ship by a ten.r ." Event.'To-Mcrrow\ : Afternoon. Promises to' BeS: ccessftil.All .. See how many are either ashamed C
poran bulkhead now being placed Ini their clothes, or Indifferent to them, F"C
i position and will : consist of seven L UNIVERSlTrI andS you'll see men of both kind; and
For in
Fuel I Have Been
Pay
i After Using f; staterooms and three bnthro ms: The I Arrangements. Completed venture to say this:

I quarters being made over -,for. the Most of the-second type irin be *m.
-
Are
: presidents prttire the':admirals I Large Crowds Expected. ing "mercerized cotton" or cheap shoddy
_ 4 .| suite, and the cabins set aside for Have clothes and most of
This Al.readyBeeniunded.For : the first
; ; is just the I Scholarships typ *U
.. reverse of the coal J JII :
way. the captain co.nmanding: the ship a& '
have Hart
: : J Schaffner &
dI driving! ability 25 Marx label
I the admiral chief of staff should: i ( Pensacola's first Horse Show is tocrcur ness, 23 per cent; their h
coats.
I $j ever be found to ,thebattleship ,to-morrow .afternoon, _and e per. cent. .
II Use Gas For : | necessary use ,: .. :, ." S C1as No 4,;-Ponies Other Than No man can respect clothes that a..
Cooking and : as a flagship, a contingency -t- > though .postponed: -on account of the.
Heating : ..Worthy Students.: 3I Shetland, in Harness: To be<>driven made to cheat in looks; not enD whti
; now quite remote apparently- -S '
st"'m., promises to ba one of the most i sixteen he wears them himself. And
I : The large cabin intended for the S 61 ,. : "'" ; by boy or girl not over ;years no man can
: and ,pay. he bill at end of month., Gas ] i occupancy of a flag 'officer is bethg t ,J ... :' SI en/ovible/ and successful' events ever i I of age, pony 'alone to be considered.To fan to be helped In business or socal' .
ran- : i giVen:' In the city. -It is to occur atKanfnan's be judged by conformation 'quality -, affairs by the strengthening sense tt&this .
.
converted: Into J Jarg and : 'Special The Journal
a
Jj dining reJcpotion I I.J
gcs,-$12 :and: $13. Gas heaters, $1.50 to $10. I cabin is to be used as a sitting room ships of $100 each have already been I placed in condition' for the event ana adaptability.Class Prices from $13 to J35. I.'I
: '' while the space around the,"j.;t'r turret founded ,at. the University. One is I: large -'crowds are expected to attend, No: 5.-Fanciest Light Harress Overcoats and Cravenettea. $10 to $5.
umingeav-iils have been ,made for Mare: To be shown to any four-
has been scrciallj prepaied as a supported by the Board: of Control;;
i Pensacola Gas ; scrt of eneral; sitting room for, theo another by the faculty of the mstitu- eootl transportation! facilities to. aDz' wheel rig. Judges to consider style.
I Company j i U ;P of the president and those who l'I ticn: and the third by the -Board of from the sncv. action, 'manners' gaft- and. beauty of
i Phone 148. 24 and.27 g vill acconinanv him on his,ten. Trade cf the City of Gainesville.Th :The, gates will be opened at 1 form. -
................:. .. E. Gar4r SfJlaa1. Jj I The:! admirals stateroom will. be o-I I se scholarships will be given to I o'clock, and' the first class will be exiiib'trti Class' N6. C.-Pair to Harness' ; White Nix
o o... o .. copied i by President Ilon evoli. while meritorious young men who would I at'2 oeleek.There are eleven Pair of mareS, geldings' or mare or i '
T I the captains quarters it is under]I otherwise be unable "to {'attend1!'the I classes on tlfa".prof-am;, in addition to gelding to be shown 'o appropriate ,
: stood will be set aside! for: the use the school. Applicants rfor" a'.scholarship tho extra.. events C lately arranged, trap, surry [or victoria.' Driver- must
c DRINK BOTrLED ,of ilrs. Roosevlt The other staterooms should address themselves to the llrilC2I! mil afford an afternoon of en- be accompanied by ladles, Horses to OUTFITTERS
k r-t ,: consisting of the .chief o* president, Dr. Andrew **Sledd. The I joyti:eat and one which promises 'tobe Count 75 per _cent: ..general appointments ;.e
.-4 staffs quarters and two ethers,. wi l University in its effort'/to place the' a society .event of much. prom- 25 per cent.
_ :r. I I inence. Class" No. 7.-Shetland Ponies 'In Tour Honey's Worth or Your Moaej Bad
o O. /iY 0 f! b pccnDi by ether persons in the J'advantages of. a college education L '
D presidents oartr There will be no I within reach of every young man In S One of the principle features on Single:Harness: ;To, be shown to appropriate .
o : Si I special; decorations "placed in the the state would be most glad to have the program is the appearance of vehicle and .driven by boy
a 0 s president's quarters, nor will! there be other such scholarships at its disposal I John A.', the famous pac rTin racing or girl not over fourteen years of age. KNOWLES BROS.
I any additional furniture beyond a few l and would welcome iSofet heartily rig: ac 'well as Billie A,, Jim Crow Class No. 8,-Lady Rider:' Judgesto ,
. -' I I wicker chair, !lounges,. etc, for use in gifts of money with watch. -to found I and Geral 'IIi oj : I the trot'cs! f them. 5- 5 owned; by Capt. Welles. :These rider. : l1 1(
j The'wirelt'ss apparatus on the' The expenses of a. student at the'I horses ;wur not only be shown in Class' No. .Combination Horse:1 FIRE, :LIFE: ACCIDENT MARINE. I a

0 1 Before drinking, cer that you I Louisiana is ben fully tested. as It University the State! Florida are'I I racing rig, but the four will enter amUe Must be driven and then ridden. Tcbe General Agents of t I
; 0 n the intention of the navy depart,. very small as compared, with other race, which will be a drawing judged by conformation, style, The EquitableLIFE
0 1:; N i get the GENUINE. A word nnt lo make it possible for the president schools-of like grade. and, as everyone card for hundreds who have never gaits and general: adaptability to two;
f 4 0 to be in touch with Washington in the state; probably knows no seen.,John A., or one .or two of the purposes. ASSURANCE- SOCIETY OF NEW
) to t h. .IS "f' 1 bv wireless every day he is at sea tuition ,is charged- students from others In,a race.. Class No. 10' .-Model Horse' : Best t 309 South YORK.Palafox Street
OLiJbltS 0 su lClent.Uygeia The work of keeping the 'president in Florida. In order, however, ,to'make Official ,Program. .-. stallion mare or gelding to be shownto
I I nirelesd communication with the! it possible for young 'men of very The official program is as follows]] : bridle. To be Judge by their In ,
shore has been instructed to JJeuten- limited means to attend: the school a Class No. 1: Harness Gelding Single dividuality, quality and trueness to>>I
Bottling.'flJorks "J pnt Frank ,Taylor Evans, the presi.,committee on self-help has been appointed : To be shown to any kind of ve- type S shown. Opera House
dent's newly appointed naval aid : whose duty it*Is to find If h To be .judged by their speed, Class :-0. 11.-Colts Not Over Two
124 E. Chase Street. Lieutenant: Evans is a son .of Rear possible remunerative employment manners, confirmation gait and style Years Old; Colts raised in Escambia
Phone 587. Admiral Evans. for suph students. Already some tenor of going. Horse alone to be considered. county to be shown! to halter. Special Thursday, November 8th.

1 twelve men have been '. Excessive speed not requiredor silver cup by Pensacola Journal. '
'young ,a '
HICKS1CiPUK ReFublicans in'! KsrVas. signed work by this committee, and to count.. Parade-Paraae of all prize-win- ONE N 10 HT..

I. 'BOTTLE AFLOAT ifopeka Kas., Nov. 7.-The Indications several m ve can probably be supplied Class No. 2:-:-Saddle .Horse: To be ning horses'.on the grounds. The Funniest Comedian of All,

are here that th9'republican l with emplOymentThis' work i is not f udged by their conformation quality,
I governor has a lead -of three 'thousand allowed to interfere with the regular ntanners" ,- action and gaits S CHURCH "TYING BEE."

- CURES OVER ONE YEAR I college]] d ,ties, and: Is assigned only; to Class No: .3.-Ladies* Turnouts: Arthur Dunn

- I ALL ACHES -..._ _., those students..wno are,iq actual need Single horse trap, phaeton, buggy or; Dekalb TOM* People Sell.OI11 Papers
; of It lo help defray their necessary runabout*, To be driven by lady unaccompanied -I cud' M..I.e..F.r Charity. _ln_

F-, Trial ADd iottla Nervpwaess He Aldruetonl ILLINOIS MAN DROPPED ONE How's This? expenses. Applications jto,.this comJUttee' by gentleman. Horse to I I I.. The town of Dekalb, III has a
1 4 'U e offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor I for work should be mane to count 50 per cent; vehicle and har- church that. handles''old newspapers"

-- -. .... '-- GULF, WHICH WAS PICKED cured any bv ease Hall of<. catarrh Catarrh that Cure;cannot be Dr. J. R. Benton Gainesville Fla., .. and magazines to enrich Its treasury "TheLittleJoker"

SCARRITT F. J. CHENET i;; CO.,Toledo, O. I A Glee Club has been organized for charitable and other purposes, says
{ MORENO. UP BY KWASIND. \Ve, undersigned have ..
I ; known F"J.Chenev under the leadership of Professor the '
e Chicago News: The
SAFES OP pastor, the
ALL DESCRIPTIONS for the last la and -
believe
jeare '
1 |Agent for Diebo'd!' Safe and Lock Co. him perfect!* honorable In all business Clothier. It has a membershipof Rev. George H. Wilson.,originated the By Herbert Wmtlow
:I Office' and_uanton. Ohio transactionsand nnaneary able to carryout I tw nty boys, and Is practicing three Idea. He asked the: church CPTCCe
: St A bottle containing a short noto any obligations made byhis firm limes a week. It wf]] |:l the music people to
ALm"'G, KINl\AX & MARVIN.Vholesale andf save all of. their old reading matter and
in '
Chapel xrdses;! will
from Lardm be'ready: 'Special Scenery! Pretty
Crain \
DrupKlsts. 0.I search
------- deputy clerk ct Toledo to the house from basement to
I I I Tall Catarrh Cure is taken lor public rppearance inline! near fut -I Ce
s Internally
-r---- --. .......". the circuit court of Mjrphrevsl,. I I'acting directly' upon the blood arid mu- urE'. attic for the accumulations of years. Costumes! Company of 50!
I Ills, thrown overboard ia the *gair I Iover (-ous surfaces of the sj'stem. Testimon- The papers and magazines are then
las! sent; freo Price la centsper bottle I Mostly Girls1'!
.;1 a ear, ago has been picked up I >old by all druggist. S TI.T Flower= S collected. and stored In a big shed In < Pretty
THE I
MORE jj bj the schooner Kwa!ind and the I Take. Hall Family Pills' for' nstipapation .- Quaint little flower packets are made I the churchyard/-: : '. -' s '',_ -, .'

U note sent to Mr. Cram I of bits of ribbon twisted and knotted This custom resulted In a happy gathering Prlee -25c, SOc, iSo, $1.00 and 150.

PARTICULAR | Mr Cram, acknowledged receipt of 4 ; and touched erer so lightly with brush of young pedpte called a "tying

II I the note in a: I latter to Captain Manlej.m ',. and water colors until they_are realisticIn bee," and It is believed' to be a strategy

which he stated he was'out lit the the daintiest sort of way. Pansies, of ,Dan' Cupid,, for, ,as one of the Incidents TP

YOU ARE gulf on June 30,- 1905, when he wrot- daisies, great pale violets and the prettiest of the festivities; the pastor soon : Coal and Wood '
1'1'the note and, placing it in a bottle, of all. orchids are ;all made each may have, several Jobs,of tyinz matrimonial -i
/ J threw it overboard,'little expect'ng! toI' conceal'ng! the tiniest bag paekedwlth J' ,knots. Jit..stated Intervals the '
hear from it, a faint delicious perfume.They young men and women of-the
j i
are congrei i ,
the 'I'' 5- We deliver Ice Coal Cbarcoa) an
mUTe you'll appreciate I Recently, the bottle was picked up,, for tucking in a pile of snowy handkerchiefs -'I S IN FASHIONABLE( CIRCLES gttion meet in the back yard of the Wood anywhere In the city 'N* '* CaCi-"il-0
our clothing for i"ibv one of the crew of the Kwasma I 'b.. ilif ___ I : 'or in veil or glove or collar- church and proceed tie tip the great J(1 supply you in any quantity and ot's
near St. Josephs point and brought F rase or to be attached fronf' mass of 'newspapers and I rvloe Is always
men. The more 0 iI even the It is imperative that man'sattire magazinesthat I promptSteam
; ;
you j I. to the city. 'ofin;- turned, over to Cl.P-i: __l .j t nt a corset by way of decoration. bs in strict confonnitaticn have been h arde know about materials tain Manley.TROPICAL .jI $ and Domestic Coal.
A Jo
I I with the ethics of style factory' in Dekalb receives. a ,
the : : .jI I I The Good and great number of parcels tied Wood Cut Any Size. .
andorkmanship, DISTURBANCE NOW I Outj ; ,good tailoring. tip with j
II .
quicker you will be to i MOVING OVER MIDDLE CUBA I..,, ; : II I j There h .Wit one good wife in this Right here the tailor assumes stout cord. The factory:people do not E/G. -
I v.- i town." a'd! a clergyman In the 'course 1 the same responsibilityas save this twine but cut It off the par- I i SEWALL,

recognize the superior The tropical disturbance, which i) j ji i of his sermon-congregation looked the lawyer to his client-he eels and then throw the pieces! into .a "

values we offer at mod- ;[Iwas first located over the Yutatan ,i' I expectant-"and every married man gives advice. Our close contact barrel. The boys :ind girls,of the Phones 614 363. 26 N. Tarragona St -a'-Iil-it.1

j|channel cl and which has been watched', Ij, thinks he's got bet," added the ,mlxiii.ter. j with the maneuverings of Mr. Wlls n'. church untie the, nev.1
erate Look for II ely ,
prices. the
by weather department u'; "SIS :: J fashion keeps us forearmed In and take out the tangles, and with

the. I Cuba now ,novmg and northeast northward storm over warnings middle;!i j I i I this respect. cord they, tie up the ,bundles of,newsWhen The StornWe

.. have been ordered at Miami amli j r NEW SPELLING ON POSTALS Our' Dress Garments' are always j. i
up
KUPPENHEIMER Jupiter. Yesteiday afternoon the! I faultless as to fashion the' church.collects a carload.of f
following j i Sonrralr With Reformed Orthography Irreproachable as to fit and fin- paper it Is sent .to Chicago. The -
advisory rc-j papers
message was ij
I LABEL. cei\ed by the local weather office j i Popalar at Atlantic Clfy. Ii lsij':-and resPQnd to the every bring O'ct"nts': a hundred pounds f'
from Washington: i The reformed system of spelling, as S requirement of dignity ani refined and: the magazines toore. The church now have all of our "' .

'It's your guarantee of "Northeast storm warnings order, The Well. Dressed Man f! advocated by President Booserelt. has .taste expects! to realize I $00 tromI! single storm-beaten docks working II"

ed disnlayed at Miami and Jupiter, WEARS"FlatIron Infected the postal card man in AtlantIc French Worsteds, Un- carload, and the money mil be spent i and dot:k
i to
; fit, fashion and fabric Disturbance j rirtssP..orst ds, German where It wlil d arc prepared
moving northward over I City says a dispatch to the Philadelphia btth>> most good. AH -
); middle, Cuba II I .orstp4sand Crepe'Ve:1ve the pictures'In'the \es el from 100 to 3,000
will
;
and perfect satisfaction, probably advance ;Br nd. I Press. Cards are"on. sale! spelled magazines are sold any
: '
east of north over the Bahamas. Worsteds are the proper fabrics at the rate of 1 "We
eent7or short notice.
; too. I after the "simplified" method. This the output of tons on
have
TROUSERS we them all. each '
tf, magazine.
Is one of them a portrait collector of

:
WILL solicit estimates .from captains
$16 to $27.50. I BE A CONTEST They have that gnnjr.: High-in- Dekalb. contracting take them.'
IN NEW, the-\V al,.t. :Made-to-Order FIU Arived at Atlantik CItY'awl rit. Find Dress Salts, $55.00 to $95,00 and owners of \essels
HAMPSHIRE No tailor could make better t it ttor lorty than evr bfor. Delltfnly 1.- I ,
trousers. kated. 'Wetnir Is fine : Ga. -caere5OOTfl7.. requiring docking and re-
Tuxedos $45 to $85.00
By Associated Press. Sold in Pensacola by Here Is ODe to voice the Economy Is
Concord prepared a.large consideration
N. H.. in
Nov. 7.-With pairs.
H. O WHITE 4. NIX CLOTHIERS, sentiments of devoted "hubby the use of the-
I ANSON seventeen towns still to be heard I 29 South Palafox St.. a ; ahtfmererof. tour gas
from the returns, Indicate that the Deer Wit and ChUdra-Am feline.fine. range. A gar man. in a city where
CASH contest for the'governorship will haveto MADE BY Wish.yu wer heer bl ml sld. Enjoi the DMCKETT, PERSON 6 GARDNER Jlal.s $L30 a thousand, assures me the |OLLINGER & BRUCEDRY

CLOTHIER be settled in, the legislature, the BLOCH BROS. HIlfATRlCK! romin* surf Imendly. Yur I 1 TAILORS U Brent Immerer burned at ordinary slamer S

t crr.er Falafoi znd Hah. republican candidate' Floyd, having It.' The "Tls: to Laf sign'before amnse-' I (Incorporated.) I Ing _height for ,a,...,or,lag day_of tea DOCK 'COMPANY11081LE
17-19 Nsw Vcrlu
failed to a majority Waverly Place ment anticipated President hours
fecure over the "palaces' FRANK B. GARDNER, Manager. : .wouldconaume :;about C cens
.....,.j. t'.y- ; .I other to candidates.. : S Booserelt's-reform. S i 1 j worth of'cas.':"Philadelphia,Inquirer.: -. .!...I.ft1""i \ .

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