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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J : FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 15, 1903. PRIcE51TS: ;

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of Bond Trustees and I'X :Pensacola's. ( .Wireess, :nI S. P. Shotter Co. and Demurrers to Indictments*'"c" .'


' Says Interference .1,I T Station in Constant Touch 1 f!: T THEJplS[ ;x Patterson=Downing Co. Found By Grand


Unnecessary. | 0' W President's Ship .i i to Go Out of Business Jury- j I

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? Arrived at Colon at 1 ::30 Yesterday Ii
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sks Board of Works. to :: 5 The; -wireless' III Afternoon Aheadof :i m:a By Associated Press. :f;' Conspiracy Case ,Goes T( .
a station at the Pensacola navy yard is keeping in H i u Savannah, Nov. Announcement was made to-day of the retirement Iii
Bring Charges If Any :1 close:-communication with the battleship Louisiana on which President Time. 'I '11 frcn\ business November 30, of the S. P. Shotter Com- Trial This
Roosevelt is bound for: Panama.. A message .was received by ? I pany and the Patterson-Downing Company, the two leading navals: Morning at
They Have.. g the station Tuesday, night at 10 .o'clock stating .that she was 259 B: : IIJ stores export houses in the world, when the business and proper- .. -
Ii miles from-'Colon. This message was ,immediately sent to the ata- ". I I erties of the two companies will be purchased by the American Naval :. 9:30 o'Clock.

r. tion' at: Deaufort S. .C. )I: : Will Cross Isthmus To-Day, : a Stores Company recently chartered in West Virginia. This company swill "
Hv:. OiMonday night: the station hare 'heard the Louisiana calling H I IJ have a capital and surplus of one and three quarter million
PICY MEETING OF COUNCIL IN Colon and,she was then south of >the eastern part of Cuba. There Work and At- i dollars. IIijZE I ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL
has'nct been a night since the battleship left Chesapeake Bay that u : Inspect ,, =
( WHICH CITY HALL MATTER t IS j the Pansacola wireless station has not heard her, the longest distance :. ;8a:.;. .;K .:.= =r K E D=a=.= =.=2KP. 3 CHAS. W. RUSSELL OF WASHINGTON .
tend Reception. if
I being about 1100 miles.
OUT AND SOME
THRASHED K 1:1i: i WILL ASSIST DISTRICT

POINTED DISCUSSIONS OCCUR -B B .B Z & m ;.=.. .. m .a=aiEa=.#.=m=5=.=.=m m=D d i ATTORNEY, W. B. SHEPARD IN

I HEAVY RAIN FALLING WHEN D [
EXPANSION Of DAUGHTERS OFCONFEDERAC
..sCND TRUSTEES MAKE REPORT PROSECUTION OF IMPORTANT
LOUISIANA ARRIVED AND VESSEL '

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: MULDON'S-RESOLUTION. ?1 AGAIN ON N TRIAL LEAGUE FORMED u-T- The-Jury. to

of this Coun- 3it -
.; it is the sense Associated Press. American Bankers' Association Annual Convention Assembles fCW.Gray *
after hearing all of the reports 3 Colon, Nov. 11.-Battleship Loulsi- J. H. FrederichsenN.
toth from the Board of '* 1 Berlin -fe.
Public: Works and the Board % ana with President Roosevelt aboard Will Urge Necessityof at Gulf Port With H. G. DeSilva *
of Bend Trustees, statements Charged With Giving :Large New England Party M rAre arrived at 1:30 this afternoon, aheadof -'fo John G. Oliver

architect Inspectorand 3 time and the ship is anchored a the Attendance. .
from the New Plan on Large A. G. Chandlee
others that It has the ut3 Rebates to Sugar Trust Preparing For-:Con- I mile from the docks. A heavy rain ,* Jas. W. Doody .'

most confidence In the Boardof 3 the Geo. W. Bonifa,
was falling when president ar Coming Congress.By -
Bond Trustees. Nothing is 2 "in 1902. flict of 1908. rived. President Amador had not IMPORTANT QUESTION TO BE DIS T. L. Hayne *
before this body which wari Wm. M. Johnson t'iojl
rants Its interference with reached Colon when President Roosevelt CUSSED IS ERECTION OF MONU Wm.Todford 'iI-

the Bond Trustees, but .calls ii. Associated arrived. The newspaper men Associated Press. iR.; B. Simpson
Press.Boston
oran New York, Nov. 14.-The second By Washington, Xov. 14.-Currency FAITHFUL SLAVES-
upon tho Board of PublicWorks trial 'of the New York Central -and .Nov. 14.-To foster. dissimi- were Invited- to visit the battleship! legislation in some form will be MENT TO *
.. to bring charges against 'Hudson River Railroad Company inate and give effect to democratic this afternoon. The presideuc said I recommended for action by congress DAVIS MONUMENT ASSOCIA ** *

ou the Board of Bond Trustees, -3* I,charged with violations of the antitrust policies without favoring any presi I be had a pleasant and uneventful I at the.coming session as a result oi By Ben H. Thomas. .
if any they have. II. .; Federal dential candidate or national issue of the committees TION REPORTS. I
w was begun in the the sessions currency
He intended to of the demurrers and objections -
see everything Every one
.: tEfT -Extract from resolution ifpasssd circuit Attorney for at least a year are the purposesof i voyage. American Bankers
I ceurt to-day. District of the
for the
Council last the New rossfble in connection with! the raised by attorneys
by City Wise said tie government would England Democratic<< Progressive : Association and the New York
defense to the indictments in the
last night. show that the New York: Central had League formed here by representatives : canal during the three days' stay. Chamber of Commerce here durIng By 1hr of the Jack-
*" 'of five states to-day.! Mobile, Nov. 14. annual conYeation cases against employees
entered into an agreement. with Jhesocalled I the last three days. What
15 ,* *#7-; ** **# } Alexander I PANAMA WILL GIVE Daughters olthConfederacy son Lumber Co., of Lockhart Ala.,
******* sugar trust in 1902 to ship Troup, 'of New Haven, was the legislation! is to 'e, is not known of the United overruled Judge Charles
chosen president and Geo. E. W. Williams began at Gulfport to- was by
ugar westward for six cents, less per ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME as all of'the members are pledged to States District
The City Council met in regular Swayne in the United
chairman of the executive com ;i daywith delegates from nearly every
hundred than the tariff rates. Over secrecy until the final draft of the and inconsequence
sslon last night, considered many mittee. The meeting was secret, but final session {i state- in the Union. There were addresses Court Wednesday morning ,
is at the
seventy million pounds were shipped Panama, Nov. H.-President; Roosevelt plan passed on all of the charges will
'..alters disposed of the usual amount denied that its object was the endorsement be to-morrow.r of welcome from Mrs.: Helen
under this agreement and the defend- is not expected here until to- which wf. probably I be tried at this term of the court. The
if routine business, and went deep ant also returned to the :sugar trust for Bryan for president. mcrrcw. morning when he will receive All of the principles underlying tha D_ -Ee'J president of the Mississippi and ,first case, charging conspiracy to
Vardaman
nto the matter of the material anvoik as, rebates in the form of demurrage I an enthusiastic welcome. President proposed reforms were passed on to: division, Governor the by commit peonage, was called at three
bolus performed upon, the new charges twenty-six thousand dollars. Amador, his wife- members of day and .the work of putting' them others present and response of o'clock and as soon as this trial is
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Ity hall. The Bond Trustees were During the examination- of witnessesit I the cabinet, and a number of prominent into shape and outlining the etais Mrs. D. A. S. Vaught president concludedJt is probable that the other
card. Architect Ausfeld, the mayor, developed that the. trust admitted BARK 8 lIllAIS :I ciiiztns will' go t? C.>.GJ1 this ,of their application' was referred to the Louisiana be division.discussed An is important the erec cases will be taken up without delay

'.airman ZeBus the Inspector and paying the demurrage charge, whichis !erorJne; : to meet PresHc RoosevetTh | !a .spi ial- c99uioe... question of monument to to faithful slaves.. as .all parties have evinced a desireto
tion
i aldermen who cared to discussie practically an admission' that rebates ? latter ana t:.!* 1) matter were given an opportunity were paid.CORONIR'S. I,Colon, : on a special train to-morrow,, The convention earliest possiDle moment.
their views. above iii order to give them an opportunity days. demurrers to the
) express The- RECRUITINGFLORIDA The Jefferson Davis monument 'Association The objections and ,
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itract: of a resolution Is the resulthe SOlD FOR to see the canal work. The program affairs this indictments principally consisted of
its
:cst5. wound up
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remainder of the resolution deal for to-morrow includes a public The association raised a arguments that certain portions thereof
ith the duties of the Board of i JURY reception In the afternoon, a dinner LABORERS fund morning.for a monument to the presidentof ;relative to the treatment the men
\'C ';"orks and stipulate that the Bond and reception by President Ama- the Confederacy, which is to be are alleged to have received at the
:'rustees must determine all ques- dor, and fireworks at night Every the next hands of defendants, should be stricken -
Richmond at reunion.
J unveiled at
:ions arising as to workmanship and $5,000$ possible precaution .to safeguard the The association raised about out as: it would have a tendencyto
-aterial) used In construction.When Ji president will be taken. Mississippi Man: Is Arrestedat seventy-three thousand. dollars. prejudice the jury against the de
the meeting convened there INVESTI GA TED fendants. The court held. in substance
-ere present: Mayor Bliss and Alder i DeFuniak On That that it the government could
) i . luMen Renshaw. Reilly, Yonge One of the DamagedVessels JOHN D1' AGAIN NEGRO was a very essential part of its case
',Vatson. and Wright Chairman Green Charge.Special and came directly under- the status
nl Mr Covington of the Bond Trus- DEATH Purchased by the Gulf SPEEDY TRIALCASE ; bearing upon the matter.
'cel: Chairman Zelius of the Board oi When court convened at 10 o'clockthe
Works: Chairman Ingraham of the Machine Works. to The Journal. I I court room was crowded and the
Board of Safety; Architect Ausfeld,, INDICTED DeFuniak Springs. Nov. 14.-IL R.Brakefield I deepest silence reigned as Judge
(rcnractor! Chas. H. Turner and. a -- an agent of the Dantzler OF ATLANTA NEGRO Swayne rendered his decision upon
:ante!! number of citizens who were in. Of Unknown Man and Decided Lumber Co., of Jackson county. Miss., the various points he had taken under
t-reotpd listeners to the proceedings. The Norwegian bark Lilla, one of was arrested at DeFunak: Tuesday CHARGED WITH'ASSAULTWILL 1 advisement at the close of the proceeding -
Report of Finance Committee. the vessels to receive damage during night; at the Instigation of the Walton day's session. The defense
. AAf't the reading .f H e minutes oft He Died of. Acci the storm, was yesterday sold at Land and Timber Co., on the charge BE HEARD AT was represented by'an imposing array -
) ust regular and special meetings,, private sale by the owners, to the Grand Jury Finds Indictments of recruiting laborers to carry out of the ONCE. I I of legal talent and the government
Mtstnuins! more than half an hour dentalAsphyxiation.. Gulf Machine Works, the amount beIng state. He had seventeen men on the was assisted by Assistant Attorney-
'-* report of the finance: committee, $5,000. Against Several train with him whom he had engaged to 5y Associated Press. I I General Charles. Russell, of Washington
ill ':rough its chairman Alderman Reilas The.jury empaneled the coronerto The Lilla is resting on some of,the work for the firm. The men were al- Atlanta, Nov. 14.-The grand Jury I' who had been specially detailed -
., heard. This recommended investigate the death of the un- piling; of Perdido wharf and there is Standard Oil People.By owed to proceed to their destination. was called together to-day to pass on I, upon the case.
If"YIt ':ot |250 be appropriated for legal known man found dead over a week a big hole in her hull, and she is Brak field claims he did not go on the the case of Joe Glenn the negro who j f After the decisions had been ren
'I!*ns<>s and to give the city attorney since in a room at a Wright street now filled with, water up to her water premises of any firm to engage laborers, yesterday criminally assaulted Mrs.J. : dercd a short conference of attorneys
In waterfront litigation; boarding house, spent several hours line. and is therefore not guilty of any violation N. Camp, white, woman, near the ., ensued after which it was announced
Distance ,
)1- 'sat $7,500 be transferred to the gen- yesterday probing into the matter, but However, it is believed that this cane Associate;! Press. of Interstate labor laws. The outcome city limits. Expecting an indictment, that the first case had been continues
"sl fund. some of which could bed nothing new was developed. The repaired at comparatively small Findlay Ohio. loH.The grand I of the trial will be Interesting. a special term of the court has been until three o'clock to allow the attorneys .
*d in street work; the purchase of jury was composed of C. F. Schad. cost and the vessel floated. The vessel jury. has found indictments against JohnD. Brakefield was released on bond. I ordered for Friday to try the negro : to further prepare for trial, it
Rockefeller' and four others in
connection -
f land reported upon recently for foreman; T.P. McCloskey, W. T. Williams is a fine one, being in good condition I I and in case of conviction It is believed I being represented that such continuance -
tv stables and the drawing of a Victor Hoist, Jr., W. T. throughout, of iron hull. and when which! was with rropt"nt'd.hat the Standard Oil the Inquiry indictments NATIONAL GRANGEIN that a sentence of death will would expedite the handling of
Arrant for S.600 In favor of Hooton Churchill and H. H. Kelly.A she is repaired will be worth many be carried out in the shortest'time allowed the case before the jury.
allege or who the four other defendants ANNUAL SESSIONBy
t \'at\On for this property; that the3oarl verdict! after all of the,witnesses thousands of dollars.FIFTEEN are, Is not given out but it is by the state law.CLSTIAL Afternoon Session.
had been heard was rendered to the The court convened promptly at 3",
of Works be called upon to understood to charge the defendants' with Associated Press.Denver I .
raw up plans for the building of I effect that, the'decea t'd came to his INJURED having continued to contract for oil production Colo., Nov. 14.-The annual o'clock, but considerable delay ensued -
'tfue stables; and also that the same death by accidental asphyxiation, and and fix the pric after July 7, in convention of the national grangewas owing to the absence of the attorneys -
o..I.. l'ard be asked to sugge'st some suitplace that his name'is unknown to the jury. IN RAILROAD'WRECK violation of the Valentine anti-trust act. called to order with a delegate: I for the government The delay
hIp The principal witness was the union. National displeased Judge Swayne who rebuked -
in.the
as a temporary jail and from every state .
iulIe\ .. headquarters during the peri9 I woman, Maggie Collums, who stated. By Associated Press. :Master Bachelder in his annual MADE ESCAPEFROM the attorneys upon their appearance -
I 40 new jail Is under construction. Re- that she dill not know the man. whom Wildwood, N. J. Nov. 14.-Fifteen address recommended that a new saying that had a juror ce-

tar 1ore' the committee reported that to Pensacola with he*. lie had statedto fatally, in the wreck of an express WIND D ATTAINEDVELOCITY [ grange appropriating "fifty million dollars STEAMER LEWIS- been inflicted.
!It had been Informed or the retaining her that he was coming here for train on the Pensylvania road at and divided Into five annual appropriations BRITISH The case against; Messrs. W. S.
of of looking after some Grassy Sound. The accident is believed Ilarlan, S. E. Hugglns, W. S. Howell
Maxwell! &: Reeves. the; purpose to be pended in coopemtion HAM, BUT WAS CAPTURED
Tlu report was adopted with Itoe0mmendatlons. bridge work and that:she had entrusted to have been caused: by spreadIng with the states for the improvement I and C. C. Hilton, all of the Jackson
r" to his care $150. which she now of the rails.NATIONAL. and maintalnance of public NEAR McDAVID. Lumber Co., for conspiracy to commit

Other Committees. claims.As Of highways. I peonage was called and attorneys for
\o reports! were received from the to his death, she stated that he DIVORCE A Celestial, who formed one of the defense announced that the indictment
II r*OT "rt and pub- blew out the gas. crew of the British steamer Lewis-. had only been returned during
;: sanitary, pirating
v. II"Mnlt .au>r and gas. franchises The body will be interred and the I LAW ADOPTEDBy : RAILWAY AND MEN ham, caused considerable activity I the morning and they had not bad aa

;2 an"! I>riri1.?I' and( parks and ways identity of the man,,'will remain a among the United States officials opportunity to examine it. They asked
M malt tes. The general ordinance mystery. .. I Philadelphia.Associated Pa.. \;ov.Press.14.-The national 43 4 MilES i WILL ARBITRATE.i here Monday and until he was eap- for a few minutes to examine It.
'ommiltN reported the railwayordinance congress for uniform divorce laws i tured Tuesday night near McDavid. which, was granted. During the interim
er-. :!: upon later PROMINENT WOMAN ended Its work after adopting, with a By Associated P" SS. I The steamer is moored alongsideof the following jurymen were
which was I II few chances the entire uniform divorce The Southern Rail-
taJif'D I Atlanta. Nov. 14.- Muscogee wharf and some time called into the box:
all bill as originally drafted by the committee !
rrran \vrfght of the special I DIES IN NEW YORK.I II appointed at Washington meet war and the machinists have each chosen ;during the night he escaped from the C. W. Gray, J. H. Frederichsen, N.
t'OmrJlaol' report I ing. The sections adopted include causes And Barometer Went As an arbitrator to decide th> wage question. : vessel, and his presence was not missed Berlin, Julius Boley, T. L. Hayn,
also submitted a New' York. o\- 14.-Mrs. Margaret for divorce from bed and board whkh I The[ company selected! Ale an 'OD
;:: rsip llnties of the Board Of Bottom. president of the Internal Order I are adultery! and bigamy, at the suit of of motive power of M.
superintendent Wm.
nrl"s in regard to the city hall stat- of( Kr. 1s' Daughters and Sons and of the tbe injured party to first marriage. cruelty Low as 29.62 Yesterday. I I the mt'\-- appointed J. i The officers Immediately started a DeSilva, F. K. Brawner.
and
that .worran's. branch- of the International willful desertion for two years habitual the sj-Btem search with the result that the Celestial Johnson; C. II. Harman, E. CarkhuJt,
,:-i" the board's sole duty was to Medical Mission died here to-day, aged J I drunkenness and hopeless insanity Ccnlon, of Kansas Cit). first'Icepl't'"t'l-J was captured at McDavid Tuesday Grand Jury Reports.It .
rvtsp tnp A construction. t (>Vf'n tf-nllle years. '" I New City Jail. third arbitrator. -
will select a Jury was about ready to hand in iU
sari-man !
Green of the Board of
I and Judge Swayn
**!?lcf Trustees then submitted plans Madame Gould HasDivorce 'were displayed in Pen- final presentment to hear it
Storm warnings announced his willingness
;1! sketches of the jail and I Thc of
-KV headquarters new city f sacoU yesterday. the first time since the i 100th Anniversary ''before proceE"dingOth the peonage
J ti building which is disastrous hurricane of September They i cases.: The grand jury appeared at
t"o. a two-story structure, of brick, and is Now Free were raised about 9 a. m. and at 10oYlock B. Lee's Birth 3:30 and alter the roll was called
oofiul and modern equipment. ) the wind 'which had been constantly i Robert their presentment was submitted to
. board asked for authority to em- reached velocity, of
P' Increasing the court and the jurors excused from
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.1t. p:T.!! nsWd fc Blount to prepare By Associated Press. ground for the statement that Madame 4} miles from the southwest. Later it I further service.
t.n.. :;rations of the proposed struc-I Paris, Nov: ,14.-Madame Gould, as Gould will make a liberal allowancefor cleared and the wind almost ceased, but, By Associated Press. 1 I manding. The order says that no. occasions -, Attorney Lr"rtin, for defense, stated
,.. :-: and to advertise for bids for its'etiori. the former Countess de Castellanewill : the barometer continued to remain low I New Orleans. La.. Nov. 14.-An or- should be lost. to keep his that to the new Indictment, there
. The council took a short hereafter be known her title bayIng the father of her children. It is reading .S 2 yesterday afternoon at 4:39 I der fixing January 19. 190. for the observance -I I'memory green. Sences'I'iIl' be held were co new grounds for demurrer
j Ts and after examining the plans ceased with the granting of her further stated that the countess will 'clot-k. of the one hundredth anni !' and the .court a&eouoeed! that the
laoritv; tCheS" gave the board the au- divorce, expressed the greatest satis- settle all legitimate bills for her The maximum temperature yesterday, versary-of the birth of Robert E. Lee I I'at neon simultaneously in all parts of J acme ruling; that applied ia other stellar
faction when she received the news household expenses, but will resist was 69 degrees at 11.50 a. m., while the announced to-day by Adjutant the country, and the Sons of Confederate demurrers dispc&ed of at the
. !Heat' Light and Plumbing. to-day. Madame Gould has no intention to the utmost the payment of money minimum was n degrees at 1 a. in- was General William E. Mickle, of the 1 I Veterans, Daughters cf tbe Confederacy nicrsin& session cf tbe court: wo8i
I6o! n lrman Green also called atteIi- of leaving Paris. Although the owed to userers. which was borrowedby Last year on tbe same date the maximum United Confederate Veterans by command -I I I and various memorial la&sociations "
to the fact if the new city hall court denied the count's applicationfor the count for his owa purposes was TO degree and the minimum of Stephen D. Lee, general com- are requested to participate. (Continued' on' Second Page.) ,

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t FOR r PEONABE[ Christmas Buying-your gift! making in particular-

: safe and easy Buy as your quid the Christmas,

; Everything in this Store Goes at and BELOW COST. CASETRIAL (r ::7)). The truth and reliability of even;

of every article advertised is guaranteed by the!

Sale continues until everything i is gone. DELINEATOR. The first, the easiest, and the: .best-- guide fur

(Continued from First Page.) holiday buying-brimful and" overflowing with, suggestions that arebright '

...... ...... ment apply. were The then witnesses called for by the the govern mar : and accurate and practical A holiday trip J in itself!


10 New Domestic HB IlHRil The best machine shal.Patillo Campbell was.appointed. of- Some of"the Christmas Suggestion*, '. .
ficial stenographer to act in the case '
and Louis Friedman was appointed and everyday tagyestiems a5l .

Sewing Machines at flf QB made--noted for light official interpreter; the latter account appoint-of b a:VcrtjCclcfc, "Elastic" Bookcases Cincinnati (Wnte for cstafcpie):,

'j ment the fact being that necessary a large on proportion of Meriden Britannia- Co, ("Silver_ Plat thatW ears"- 1847 Rogers Bros.),MendenConn.VictorTa :

actual cost. m L m running. the witnesses were foreigners.The announced. ready ln Machine Co.,CrandOpcran TK>Yatorecoroplete onVktor Recenk 14.R.Camden.N.J.
government
...... ...... for trial the defense having pleadednot The Knabe Piano, (Style W." Sead forcauiop).Wra. Knabecc Co., Baltimore, MA
guilty. Defense objected to. the Spy oilier confection! bearing tLe;.ffccc Sweet*.Seal IK deKdons: holiday
I jury already called acting in the case JLenOX Chocolatesh*. Ask your confectioner.-

on the ground that the jury was calledto Parfumerie Ed. Pinaud, (Holiday Perfumes). Dept. .. Ipo, Ed.-Paaad B da.. New-York, N. Y.
Lot of nice Lace Curtains and below the box before defense announced
at CorticelU Wash i Silk.
cost. ready. The court overruled the objection Beautiful cc-erpieces and i N ovekia.Embroi&red. i with Embroidery,

Bedroom Suits Sideboards Hat Racks Chiffonieres and stating that the Jury had Colgate & Co., (Soaps, Perfumes and Talc Powders)55 John St, New York, N.Y.
: been called regularly previous to the New England Watch Co 40 Maiden Lane,:New York.) .N. Y.
announcement of ready by defense. ,
Couches, also a nice line of Reed and Oak Rockers, Straight Counsel for prosecution asked that Crystal Domino Sugar, (Havemeyers & Elder) 117 Wall St, New York, N. Y.

Chairs Sofas Dining Tables Lamps Toilet Sets Pictures jury tious be demands recalled of to the"satisfy defense the" cap-and Bensdorp's Cocoa, "The cocoa of strength, purity and economy," Boston.

this was done.Defense Thayer & Chandler, CPyrs pKy Outfits) Car. -57' 160-164 W. Jackson Blvd, Chicago.

Wardrobes, Iron Beds, Mirrors, Clocks, Cots, Centre Tables, member of reviewed the jury sitting objection in the to case any Duplex Phonograph Co., i 110 Patterson St., Kalamazoo, Mich.

etc. Ten rolls of Japanese Matting at cost. Three Felt on the ground that their names had Armour & Co., (Pond's Extract Soap) Chicago, I ill
box in the
not been drawn from the
Needlework
Home Magazine SOc.
For Women who love Fancy work,a ,ears sub saiptroa to ,

Mattresses at cost. proper the objection manner., and The defense court overruled noted an "Growth in Silence," a book by Susanna Cccrof- Dq*.75.57 WaAbgton, Chicago.

exception to the ruling.Examination Jap-A-Lac, ((The Glidden Varnish Cc) D -D.i21201 Rockefeller BIdg..Cleveland,0.

Lot of Baby Buggies and Go-Carts at a sacrafice. Two toads Bookcasesand Attorney for prosecution of Jurors.addressedthe The Modem Priscilla, Embroidery Magazine, 221 D-3 Columbus Ave., Boston

Writing Desks. A few pieces second-hand furniture at jury with a ,view to ascertainingtheir Lyvola Olive Co., Ripe Olives and Olive Oil, Dept. I 177 J. Rochester, N. Y. .
your own price. fitness tot serve. Juror Cark-
Proctor & Gamble Ivory Soap Gncinnati Ohio.
huff declared that he had formed a A
decided opinion as to the guilt or in- Daniel Low&Co., Diamonds.Solid Cohn StuEaa Silver,(by Mail!) 228 EssexSt,Salem, Mass

Come early and get your pick. Look for sign: "CLOSING-OUT SALE. cused nocence by of the defendants court. Geo.and W.was Bonifay ex- Robt. H. Ingersoll & Bro., (Watches) 13 Jewelers Court New York N. Y.

was called in his place. H. G. DeSilva Pittsburgh Dry Goods Cx, (Merritt's Wool Comforts and Baby Bunting Blankets).

stated that he had read everything in Strauss, The Toy King, Dept. 6, 395 Broadway, New York. N. Y/
the the but
J Fisher Furniture House had papers formed regarding no opinion and case believedhe Christian Herald, mustard Weekfy Magazine; 110-121( Bible House New York, N. Y.

could give,defendants a fair trial.F. The Regina Co, (Music Boxes-Player Pianos-chimeCocks) NewYork; & Chicago.
E. Brawner stated that be had

read fully regarding the case, but pictured and described in Full: detail in the t *
could render a verdict in accordance t : .
Phone 983. 138-140 E. with the facts. He knew the brothersof .j 1.
t Intendencia Street. W. S. Harlan but only knew the Christmas DELINEATOR (Now)
latter gentleman by sight Julius tZead, .
Boley was excused and William Tod-
ford was called in his place. E. H.

GALLAGHER and he may have transgressed the Harman was excused from duty on .....Jleaae
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ROBERT W. OF laws of the land but if he did it account of a physical Informity and
was because he was being imposed Bleeker Forbes was called in his 222a2 222aa2aca2aaea22lB.

upon and like the average man of place.
THE JACKSON LUMBER Irish descent; hot blooded and impas- Mr. Forbes :stated that he had rig
CO. sionate he took"the "war path" without -i read reports in the newspapers but WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS r j jI J
delay. had no bias or prejudice against any
/
"Bob" Gallagher is not a bad fellow person that &J.Jbe.charged with an CITY 1 FOR THE
Jackson Lumber Co. for a number of by any means as men are judged in offense of this character, or .against
Character Sketch of One of years. He is rather short and stockl- the ordinary course of events. the prosecution of such persons. He GLOBE-WERNICKE
II believed.he could, decide the question 1 I.
ly built and there is that about him
fairly. He bad,,however, been under
ELASTIC
the Men Against Whom I[which proclaims him a rather I II Thanksgiving Poultry. the care of physician for the past BOOK CASES :
I hard customer to handle in case of a 1
Turkeys Ducks Chickens three months and there* objection
; being no -
Various Peonage row, although it is not impressively' &
tiltForbes. was excused. John wI
belligerent etc., Ed. M. Pooley, Corner _
G. Oliver was.then called to the jury y
Charges Are Gallagher is( by no means a' wild i Chase and Devilliers street. box. and the-' i se-rexplained; to him by t, tJj

of man him,although might some naturally of) the lead stories one told to 1 i iI Phone 121. 15novlw* the district:. attorney, Referrrd to In the announcement. ''made by the r '
Pending.WOODS tII. ML Oliver knew nothing about the :
I suppose that he was sometbing'upon I case excepting' that. which he Bad I Butterick Company appearing above.
Alfman.
I I the order of the border desperado of I tin. copper and sheet iro nread in j
worker has moved to 163 East Government the newspapers. He had
the early days and a person who
SUPERINTENDENT ABOUT ,, street in.the opera:house building. firmed no opinion and; believed he
judged the from the
man things he r could give the case, a fair and Impartial > dbQUI: .A. *j
has been charged with would find
WHOM SO MUCH HAS BEEN trial. lIe knew the defendant Acpptatle
himself mistaken when he came face SOME SOUTHERN Howell and,,at one time had been on L:1VLA..B.STC
to face with the' real article. :
WRITTEN IN CONNECTION WITH friendly terms with, him; Howell was Street. Phone 149.
i Those who have visited the campof at that time'doIng blacksmith work.
THE CASES NOW BEFORE THE the Jackson Lumber Co. that
RAILWAY
say NOTES In answer to a query Messrs. Braw !
j|I Gallagher is the personification of big '
U. S. COURT. II ner and-.DeSilva stated that the firm
hearted hospitality and it is also told I of Blount & Blount had Handled law --

of him that he, is ever ready to go cases for them In the past. The governmEnt to the.. government, The could give'" the 'case k fair trial, but ;:men about remaining in or m j '',-
In conneetion with the trial of thepeonage down into his pocket to relieve any I ACTIVITY MANIFESTED IN ALL then tendered the panel court interrupted the examination :by; admitted that he had conscientious: court room pn account o> cs
case of distress that may come to his "for the present" Defense defense expressing his belief that scruples' against the government .
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cases against employees of LINES THROUGHOUT objected, that they: would, in all proba :: J
the Jackson Lumber Co.. now under knowledge, either directly or Indirectly. and the court explained that either the .juror- was emphatically .Disqualified prosecuting these 'case .. The juror.I called in similar cases, in ,.t.::"> ..
way in the United States District He is approachable in the extreme ScCTION.The sidehad the privilege of accepting or and be was excused. .S. A. John- was challenged for cause and ex they would be disqualified ",,& ,.
court, In which the greatest interestis and always has a hearty greeting dispensing with the services of any son was then called and admitted,.cused. :I ing. The court then adjourn'
manifested 'not. only' here but -. for those. with. whom he is acquaInted jtfror at any tim reading parts of newspaper reportsof Edward Forscheimer was thea. Everything is ready for (n 11 if

throughout the country a brief char- Gulf Coast'Record published at Counsel for defense took the jury in alleged peonage at LocLhart: Ala., called. He. stated that he had formedan the. case at 9:30 this 'mon..::- &' acter sketch of of the "Why don t come out to the hand and began by repeating and was tendered by the government' : s .
you Is
some principalswill Mobile, contains the following: a number opinion as to the lpno en efl': expectedfUu the trial :-: *
prove of unusual interest- and camp" said "Bob" to a Journal representative I The Scotch Mfg. Co, Milli anFla., of names asking the jurors if Examined by the defense he stated guilt of defendants and was promptly I.' for at feast .tl1reedus. aftt't *.-'2
The Journal will endeavor to' give yesterday. .We'd be glad has added 15 cats and a caboose' to its any of the jurors knew the gentlemen that i.e knew nothing about either excused for cause. "j' I' the other cases against ei lpa.: .' of
such sketches in disinterested have you see what we are doing 'mentioned w ho'were witnesses in the side cf the matter, although Mr. llar- the Jackson .
a man-;Ito logging outfit A larger dynamo has I R. B. Simpson was next called to Lumber Co., a '
ner and the in out there. If you want to, bring case. None of the'jurymen knew tan bad been pointed out to him on taken
as parties question appear your also been purchased and the plant, any the I the box. He knew Mr. Howell, had up.
from a casual observation. ((gun along for there's plenty of birds store hotel, etc., will be lighted by of the witnesses with the exceptionof slreet. The defendants then tendered ''I heard of the case but had formed no I The jury which wasaccepted u dA
the and I
Robert W.Gallagher who is charged -i,ito be found and It 11 be no troubleat electricity. Mr. Brawner who knew one of likewise.panel the governmentdid .decided opinion relative to the cas .1 case was taken in charge In t?.&{
with the greatest number of offenses all to show you where they are. f r Unfilled orders on the..books of the them. SeVeral had read'the accountsof Defense then percmp-i Mr. Simpson had no scniples againsta and the members thereof x..11;
against the law and dignity of We're not such a bad lot out there,1 United Steel Co., Sept 30th; amount- the preliminary hearing in the he tjrily challenged. T. D. Qur;les and case of this' character and believed, guests of the United States 1IlJ! I
'fSA excused.A.
the United States is, as his name even If the newspapers do tell hard ;ed'.' to nearly 8,00,000; tons an increase :newspapers, but had formed no opinion G. of he could be guided solely by the evij. case is finally disposed. of.
would of Irish tales on ns." |'I. as to the guilt or innocence of Chandlee Washingtoncounty t'! .
imply descent, and is I fox nearly 2, one of the most genial; of companions. That is I I parties on trial. He stated GEORGIA
Gallagher over and over.the same quarter last pear: i that he knew of the as a juror. The Jury was then VETERANS
defendants
He is, to all appearances good natured Even the newspaper fraternity he More than Attorney Loftin before accepting none tendered by the prosecution
1,500,009 tons of steel accepted
:the and knew nothing it the until ELECT COMMANDER
in the extreme and there is a twinkleI holds no grudge against notwithstanding rails have been ordered railroads panel for the defense asked en- case I by the defense sAd sworn.
I by he reached the I I
I In his eye that indicates that he would the stories that have been printed I for delivery during 1907 andit !court lightenment relative regarding to the rule ot the biased or prejudiced city. against He was defen-not The court then encased those Jury. Associated Press.
rather laugh than kick up a rumpus about him, whether'true or not. Not is said that orders are to be was informed accepting juries and dants charged with the offense of I men who had been challenged for savannh. Nov. 14.-The GC r::!"
that
at any time. Uob; as he is famil- morose and with apparently nothingto placed for as many more tons. again either ide peonage and believed if cause until 10 a. m., on next Monday Confederate Veterans today n :::'tt'i
I had. he
to the accepted
iarly called by his associates is said conceal be is ready to be friends Never befere have the railroads up moment of taking could give the fair morning and instructed the balanceof General A. J. West, of Atlanta -:11'
-to be one of the best woods superintendents -(with anyone who holds out the right I ordered so heavily and many testimony challenge, the right to peremtorily tial verdict On case examination a and-by defense impar- the jurymen to report dally at the mander, and selected Augusta as ce:
in the business and has had hand of fellowship. 'orders will be defense and prosecution same hour He cautioned the
placed jury. meeting
abroad. The place for
I Mr. Chandlee stated next
each being allowed three that he was a year.
charge of the woods gangs of the I j "Bob" may he a mighty bad man I I railroads of the South' are among the challenges The defense peremptory then tendered i grower of sugar cane and dealer in ---:

_. -_. -_ heaviest buyers for 1907 and the demand the panel for the present and real estate and resided a short distance -
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indicates the wonderful growth I the south of Chipley and
government peremptorily challenged was not .
of the South and the rapidly increasing F. E. Brawner. C. Halt man in the least acquainted with the case .1
demand for transportation facilities.The was then called. at issue. Defendants then tenderedthe
I Louisville & Nashville Rail- The case was explained -to Mr. panel and the government ien-
Ro.1 road Is turning out more cars from s
Hartman by District Attorney Shep- dered the jury. Defendants then
its shops at Decatur, Ala., Evansville pard. Mr. Hartman had read the challenged S. A. Johnson, and J. C. 8 ,
and Louisville than ever before but papers and had formed and expressedan Doody was called.
the demand*'is so great that this sup- opinion relative to th} guilt o*' innocence The case was explained TO Mr.
ply Is only a drop In the bucket.
Doody and
of the parties on trial. H names of defendants read
The Southern Railway will build a believed that it would take strong to him. He stated that he knew the
B.akihf Powder large office building and large freight testimony to make his opinion yield, defendant How ell, or had known him ',
sheds at Atlanta Ga. If accepted as a juror, out was ac- when he lived here, but stated that C-_ to ,-
The Wabash Railroad asks for bidson he knew nothing about the cas?' atj I r
about 4,000 cars mostly box cars. -.- issue excepting what he had read in! r ..
I The report of the Cuba Railroad AN OLD SAYING. the papers. He had formed no opinion -! 1 rr-
A'bsolutelyDISTINCTIVELY Company for tbetyear ending June-30, How regarding the case and wan not '. M KltJ aattbe .s rtaj la Ihe*e 7
Showing Cause and Effect Are
shows that do .
damage whatever was prejudiced either for the defendantsor .. .
0 z cat the tttte ring la ttte d.
done to the road by reason of the recent Never Far Removed.It government in the case. He was
Pure: disturbances in Cuba. Although Is an old saying "\\ ele there's. no! related to Howell but had been
there was some falling off in business honey there's bees" not less true is friendly with him. The jury was then DR. BELL'S
the earnings at no time felt below one which science has coined more: tendered by the government and also
those of the same period last year. recently, "Where there's Dandruff' Ihe defense, and the court ordered1 S
A CREAM OF: The Gulfport & Northerwestern there's germs" and-to push the In-I' the jury sworn.! The defense acted : Pine Tar=Honey
Railroad has beenincorporated at Gulf- ference still further we may truly i for a moment to consult which was ,
TARTAR BAKING POWDERRoyal Miss, and the "Where Dandruff granted ;'
port following officers r say there's cured after which defendants; cbrl
elected: Edward Hines president I Xewbros Herpicide has been at lenged T. L. Hogue. colored. I* S.t z: NAtoi7> moot mlanl remedy, inp.ovei feosmvE bscir Q ++sand
: E. F. Barth. 1st vice-president; I work"The Brown was then called. ; to for caBffc/ A&4r cold. fOMUAE/vr.all fnflsiard sorf oeLangs 01
does not contain an atom of McAlpin, %nd vice-president: Fred- I reason of Herpicide's isolation Mr. Brown stated that he w.-.a acquainted tod BrwMOiiJ Tabea. Tin nova weer.COC:,r
phosphatic acid (which is the'' erick Wejerhauser treasurer and C. as.a genuine cure for Dandruff lies In with the defendant Ifowell.1 worn mucus LmIp is cot.re out ezhiiv; the CMIM*ed; the ol micTObe-besr'thfct Ucknn*d
5 F. 1V eihe, secretary. The terminals the fact that it attacks and destroys baa read newspaper reports of the' rvmored. sod the inflamed nembcsoe v product of bones digested in sul-! namel on the charter are Gulfport on the root of the hole trouble-a preliminary hearing but hd formed! ltd soothed w bat thereto no inclination to *

phuric acid) or of alum (which is the south and Vicksburg on the northwest parasitic germ which feeds upon the no opinion. He believed be could f! TBE> PEOPLE DOT TOT TEY WiSI
The road is to be completed )material which nourishes. the hair give the case a fair and impartial p
one-third sulphuric acid) substances -!' from Gulfport to Poplarville within 1% > fcllicle. trial The government: then tendered i! I :v4 Over SJJ< months from Dec., 1st. 190. and the Other so-called remedies are nut the jury which was accepted by .de .*
adopted for other baking pow-' entire line within five years. directed at this true cause of the dis- tense, and the government then exx to And 4.tie etioa e.ie Uw iacrewlBC wudon of carli the' TOM People leans Chase ot' n y*'
ders because of their cheapness) The Harriman lines are preparingfor ease. cused Mr. Brown. pouch Eemedj.
enormous traffic next year. Orders Accept no substitute there is cone. N. 1... Fender of Washington county tl'
to be delivered before the open- For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, was then called. Mr. Tender had wk for the fell ca the 1 IZtJtlc.I. ) .
.. ing of heavy traffic next year amountto druggist and apothecary. 1:1 South heard nothing of the case but had a ..89 r Ers std.&A never Mad*avJ
aOYAl RAKING POWDER) CO, NEW YONK.t .. $21.000,000. The total number of Palafox street or send lOc in stampsfor bias and prejudice against the prosecution : remedy H Oft1.n nJ e'ves4akR'.d to t>r.Ben'* PlDC-Tmii -.r_ M a and HW BoeffH.weU .
freight cars ordered .is 16,000, including sample to The Herr iclde Co.. De- of persons charged with such relief la grp s. .. cough permasesL asd -
n.avaCT aao OJlJ.T no.
6.600 refrigerator car.. troit, Mich. offense. He believed however that he 1.6ket Rtlt fan s atrooa.sul',1'adaoah eall.1F
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. i'Ii'j The Stein... Bloch. i DOWN ON j NE.W: DISCOVERY" ,. jj j I II


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: ) MAYOR.Continued ... I
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r.t. Test 1 1I

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; ''i I ( from First Page.) j J : 84 cents a bottle by buying !

was to be equipped with the necessary ,
,'i MERCERIZED ABSOLUTELY ,. heat, light and plumbing equipment
iI 'CO TON ALLWOGL I some provision should be made 3 bottles ; .

:. $ t I now, as this had not been attended to *. 1

" A when the contract was awarded. The I . .. rand
I ?l board recommended, after readingthe i .
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r w I that amounts the money necessary be appropriated.for each item It,:I 3 bottles of Cooper's Relief j '-. .

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,I a R totalled about $tSOO, and the recommendation ;

I -. I was adopted by the coun i 3 of the New Discovery > '
r r I cil.
ts The City Hall Investigation.


I/ .., I A report Chairman following of the Green report Board of upon then Works the submittedthe recent charging i I J ;. ((6 bottles) :for $4.00.HOOTON'S j j'L

T**Steta-accli Wotf TIIUCO W&I of ,
.4 a certain irregularities in the construction '!
i DOunrZSQlCUODdiTCLteriUlr; <<*usunpo&a'b
,II i'r e '\ eCl ofaicalsctloa wbi bdlesoiteewoolpt ,I of the new city hall:

I t.lio.+>:ebt 1l_'wu.o8.re orljSuury, T1ai.o of tDe&.8.m.>Je'lengllj.brre> "Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 14, 1906.
I I t"e t ttle ten proTed.neiobe all wooleontlum- "To the Mayor and Council City of
t ,
'latlleJartimmf'1:
!
da'ldlt&TUlJOD.tbo Pensacola. "
bUckaneiSedg* 1 b
u adulteration oontatningalatsspecent of A 'Gentlemen-The Board of Bond _
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I .
I mercerized cotto Trustees has had referred to it. by ,
I the council report of the Board of
I ; Public Works of November 12th, in
/ e Jr regard to the city hall vita the request n PHARMACY j
that this board: make a report
E i'on same to the council. The atten- ,
-1 GUARANTEE all Stein-Bloch "
our Suits to be tion of this board is particularly di- ,
rected to sections 14, 15 and 29 of! THE BIRTHPLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY. PHONE 1100quest
W absolutely all wool R L.
I ; no shoddy cotton or mercerized si said report. I !
"The charge is made in Clause 14-
I fabrics are used. The prices are moderate and make That the sand used in the foundation ,
footings was declined by :Jlr.\ Ausfeld : .

i ;;= and finish equaled by no other house. The fit---we I the the architect construction as a clear of another sharp building sandin I

in this Mr. Ausfeld informs II for a report upon the work atl r 09.ONONNO.00'0...." ." ....'." ." .. '.'.'.'N ;
invite you to judge between our Stein-Blochs and the high- I this board that city.this is not a fact; the city hail for the council, I report: .00.90.0.+ ....NONO.0..s...4''g'..OONONNOs...ONN, ..1

class merchant tailors. Prices that he did not reject, either this "That the work is going on In accordance t. :
$15 to $35. sand or sand of a similar nature, with the specifications and l
I .. from any other building. Mr. Fulg- all work' done up to this time, is of it :
hum the architect's representative, first class character: s. ..I
: Try a "try-on" to-day. A tailor on the premises. reports that the said sand makes a "Yours respectfully, ,

0 f 'Xo. 1 good concrete' for the cement "FREDRICK AUSFELD
0 R. Rarn'r
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J 0 .. footings, and also for'all brick work. Archite t. D u )
j Mr. Ausfeld's decision in the matterIs Chairman Green Explains. ; ) '
+I''I. yt that the sand meets the require- ,Chairman Green then made an explanation .
ments of the specifications for the of why the architect failedto tt, !
purposes for which It is used. have an inspector' on the ground .: .T '1 iif
"Regarding Clause 15--The matter when the work commenced. He stated j
Standard Clotbing Company I I there referred to. is that there is a i that it was through a misunderstanding i ,
bed of soft sand in a portion of the of the contract and that he ;
I ground intended for part of the (the chairman) had made the error if It has come at last and U j
I
II foundation of said building; the architect -. which was the cause of this misun-
reports that his representative derstanding when he copied a portion

;'h....."......-.,-...-'-""""-',_..un'." ,." ,, "''''" ," '''' ,-'-".. ........,- -"-"-''-''"-"""'",,"'..-..s......................................_..a..._- ,;f I had knowledge of this fact, and. of the contract The architect 0 6.: .:. 1 I
l res it was, and is intended that the mat- however, he said, would hereafter I

amru I ter would receive necessary attention have an inspector upon the groundat U Everybody's Happy Ii ; 1 1u
at the time. all times. ,
has returned to Pensacola, the proper I
GULF CITY COFFEE CO., tine season having closed quaran.1 "Regarding Clause 20-The architect Taking up the city attorney's opine
Maura does not speak very highly of THOMPSON reminds this board that, since ion relative to the, duties of the I d :
CHIPMAN, Manager. NOT
nJfU H. P. the Cuban "patriots" of the insurrec- I the request to do so by this board, Board of Works, he read it, he said in 0. even the ducks. .. :
Roasters, Blenders and Shippers oS I!!tion army, or of the tbans in he has bad a representative here su- order that there might be no misunderstanding .. .. .1 a aet
general; for that matter. and he believes pervising the 'work apd he proposesto and also stated that it 4 ;
((11tU Fine Coffees that the United''States govern- have a representative here con seemed to him that the Board of ? We Have an Excellent Line of .:
OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL ment 'will ultimately have to take RUDY FORTRIAL stantly tp superintend and inspect the Works should report to the Bond 4 :. I
construction of said building.: Trustees. .
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. Cuba over as a part of this country. 4'
IU "This board presented the matter Ha then recited transactions ol !
j jGrd.filled I The dance which Geo. Conway and contained in all the clauses of said which the Bond Trustees had no '
fUN SOMETHING NEW! Earnest Roche were to_have given at report from the Board of Public knowledge, stating that it had been

BeeutJ Pisa. 25 avid 30c per pslr Fisherville last night was postponedon Works; to the architect Mr. Ausfeld, reported to him that the major had I Wet Weather Goods ii iet
account of the weather to Monday
.nJ and his representative; both: of whom on November 3 ordered the work on
H..A. Gahlenbsck_ 213 S. Palafoi! S1.1 night, Nov. 19. report that they hare 'made inspec- the city hall stopped, but that the rep- ,
fUftJ tions of the work; the general replyon resentative of the architect here paidno +
Ask for Blue IHblxra Lemon and 00tt ,.
COTTRELL > 11 ::
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the same the architect reports is attention to the order.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. I Vanilla and say it plain. Absolutelypure that the work is being done In accord He further stated that Architect ,= n
I twice as far and the "Blue Is Waiting For His Fatherto .
Penaaoola. rla.' go ance with his instructions, and in accordance Ausfeld had performed his duties 00 ..
ruN Ribbon Flavor' is perfection.: Ask for with his contraction and in- satisfactorily, and that the Bond I
TURTON &. BELL.PHo1uQRAf'MsSINCi i the 25c size. Arrive Here, Which terpretation of the drawings and ,Trustees proposed to continue if for Men Women and Children. it
1111. specifications."The" to be advised by him; and that serious ..
tU h tfak Suppliu. Finishing tar Awataurt. Thanksgiving. Poultry. May Be ToDay.Clarence Board of Bond Trustees accepts -I i charges; had been made against the ....
Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens, etc., Ed. this report of the, architect as ; architect which should be taken up 4 ..
;!W R. K. WHITE, M. Pooley, Corner Chase and DeV il- correct, and submits same acordingly I by the council.Furthermore. .:

N.ItFw.ter,.............,IeIe..... .....at. liers street Pohae 1121. 15novlw* Earl Thompson, the to the council. i that the only signed 2t:1 :.
. Cptic:an.30 ftfilfci Street Pen acol b, Fit. "The written port from the archi- copy of the specifications, which had '
. young man held in the county jail and i
fact the LIGHT HOUSE BREADnone accused of embezzling $l,OO from the tect, requested hereto."Respectfully. by the council is attached :the been city's placed papers for, had safe been keeping taken among from If If you need anything in that line, phone it][ I"

McDavid-Hyer is
y, be ToldJ genuine without the Company not jet submitted. I there and had been given to the in- -44 '

.ventsere Tersely j label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- ready Yesterday for his afternoon preliminary the hearing.officers Inquired "L. HILTON GREEN"Chairman.: work.spector who was looking after the || 193 and we will be pleased to serve you. || .

of him If he desired a bearing -
D. Goss went to Mobile Wednes- ery. "C. M. COYINGTOX.- If
al ofid and he replied that he would not Wanted Information. ::
day. where he will remain for several
. I be ready for trial until his father arrived Alderman Mudon wantel some In- ..
ittinu days on business. Permian Dramatic. "Pensacola. Fla. Nov. 14th. lOS.() ,
,t A traveler, speaking of some of the J I here and he had engaged count "Mr. 1* Hilton:: Gre n, Chairman, formation about Chairman Green's .j ,.
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hielX's Capt John Burke, of Bagdad was oddities of Persian customs when t sel. Board of Bond Trustees, Pensacoia, charge that the major had orderedthe i. t. '
ot la the city yesterday shaking hands vit"W.1 When seen" by a Journal reporterhe Fla. work stopped on the city hall. :
. bathNk with his many friends. .. ed with occidental eyes, said: I stated that he had no statement to "Dear Sir! :-In reply to your re- "It is not true," said the mayor. ll
"Depending asp do upon Illusion'''make whatever and that he badso WATSON PARKER & REESE CO.
J. F. Mathis, of Holly, and C. C. ( had not made I Chairman Green stated II
and scenic effects In
Godwin, of Brewton, were among the our, theaters, the 'I any, but might possibly have something been" informed" and G. O. Brosna- ,
t ?T>iainent business men In the city presentation of. a Persian play by native to say vhE'n-his father reachedthe FAINT AND WEAK. han Jr., who was present stated that .. ..
l .e ttorday performers strikes the westerneras I city, which will! be to-day or to the foreman of the work had so In- ii
1\ J little short et ridiculous, the extreme morrow. The Wrong Breakfast ,l'In't Last Till formed him. if "Everything to Wear"
J. T. Hughes, one of the prominent solemnity of all concerned making the I Dinner. I The maycr then stated that all of so.e ..

J Kne s men of Fiorala was, In the appeal to hilarity: all. the ,stronger. la HEADACHES AND COLDS.LAXATIVn NEURALGIA. FROM his orders and instructions were madeIn 00.N.000NhNN.. NN,t.N.0.0000.OIwNNNN.NN
, dtJ'' yesterday on a short business one of their favorite miracle plays the BROMO Qjirine. the worldwide The fact that Grape-Nuts Is a concentrated writing and that they were on .............o..................... .............
1 and tool and
visit Cold ana brain muscle order had
Grip such ever
remedy: removes record, and no
ER prophet Is supposed to ascend to heaven cause. Call for full name." Look for signature fupplies: actual nourishment ia abundance -
The fishing schooner Frances H., of and this dramatic Incident Is accomplished E. W. Gro\e. 25c.Thanksgiving place it in a class distinct been issued.
.'te fleet of Saunders & Co., arrived.n iy the very simple eipedV from a host of cereal foods that sim- Inspector Hill Made Statement. F DAVIS JEWELERNow
,rgla port yesterday with a catch of ent of drawing him up from the stage Poultry.. ply "taste good," but have not the Inspector Hill asked to be heard in I }. ,
cted .Mo/ pounds cf snappers and 10,000 Turkeys Ducks, Chickens to Architect Ausfeld's
and out of sight with a block and etc. Ed. t ndy. reply in
om- xmnds: of blue fish. > :M.: Pooley, Corner Chase and DeVil- A noticed ment as made by the bond statc-I .
Mich difference
tackle. The tackle Is attached to his lady a big! New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St. '
the E M. Lovelace, of Brewton, one of belt by an attendant'In.plain view of I liers street, Pohne 112:, 15novl*.. when she used Grape-Nuts for Chairman Green protested against
the prominent men engaged in the'ax the audience. So lf Tong, however 11 treakfast. She writes: him being heard in regard to the r- "
mill business, is In the city, onw OFFICERS CLOSE "My little boy was so puny and ill- statements of toe architect .
in the oriental J
the imaginative power
I IM'x nourished feared" WP would neverraise Alderman M-ildon, however, moved
we
of his
regular AFTER
visitsI) THIS
that of the onlookers will be observed -1 NEGRO r
r many. him. He could not digest: that.be be heard, and the motion was
( LIschkoff will return from weeping openlj.**.-Harper. I starchy foods at al! until l he ate carried. :
Cincinnati:: and Chicago Thursday. I ,Weekly. ___ I II Ey'Assotiated, Press. Crape-Nuts which agreed with him The inspector stated in regard to I You Must Trust Your Druggist
Asheville
there X C Xov.
:> he has been on a business visit : lf.Rfports this )ptrfectly."He the alleged defective earth, or soft
i I Gas stage ECOBOXBT. earning: from Alexander" ; X. Care to I
E B Harrington an' experienced consideration in began to gain so much that earth, found under the footing of one j .
: Pharmacist; arrived in the city yesterday -1 Economy la'a'larga the effect that a n-gro filling the description people! asked me what I had found to"of the proposed walls, that In his re- Ttere are many things:about a drug. store that requlre many years
i1 the use ot'th simmerer:of your gas of WI'l Harris who killed" two the architect made the statement to learn.
and will to work at make the differenc0 port
Hooton8 Pharmacy.go I range. 'A gas man. ,In'dty where policemen" and three" negroes" and wounded" had that he was aware of this soft It is a druggist's business' to know, and to,know surely and positively ,! J
gas is$1.50, a thousand, assures me the Captain of Police Page last night was "Realizing how much good it I earth, and that provisions had been all about the drugs he sells. '
Dr Frank R. Maura, who has been!r Bimmerer burned ordinary simmering seen In that \linitv. A iarpe-posse have done him. I determined to try it n.yscif made to properly protect the building. Our business is drugs and we claim to have thoroughly mastered :
sendnd; in Cnba assistant left on a s'pPclal train for that place. for I have always been troubled when the :
as acting said hat
height for "a working day of ten The inspector: I the details of this business.
, enraeon There" H coss'dnb'e: vita Indication" and constipationtaking
Ijrchmg
in the marine hospital ser- ; talk. bet and told of ;
would about 6 cents architect appeared was We are exerting every effort to the management of this finis storeas
'ice at the hours consume the ('ItIs well J"atro" ::t'.I. A later" a pill every night for years .
report
station, I
Sagana la Grande he made the state-
this soft earth that: you would like to see one managed.Ifyou knew'all about drugs.
worth of jras.;'Philadelphia Inquirer. that Ham has her arrroniSed" the ana tonics most of the time.
y, 1- i i I on meat that this portion of the work hadbeen Almost everyone would like to patronize a drug store where they ,' 1
Vanderbilt estate at Bi'tmore. halO been "Skeptical as I was I finally! threw' '
accepted. Know these conditions prevail. Many people are sure they know of
received and a special with officers has the ? began to e''
away pills a-s u?
] KILLS Tiii1is. left for the scene. Grape-Nuts with eggs, three times a Further and, he begged said he the((11111)architect) later protested to such a discover'a drug store.d matterof
I II To get your confidence when It comes to a ;
lay, and of fruit and whole
II plenty ':
Geo.
S iS. t I[ To Cnr Tbomb SkIDC. wheat bread. !make a test of the earth. drugs is our highest am bitton. ;
i irh | Taking an nppropriatt'lsized! thin "I am perfectly surprised" at I how 'Wright and others were present W"I We want you to trust us.
SCROFULA I this was done and the architect This we know drug points
e rubber balL an oval hole Is cut to much it has helped ne I have giinotl! : the of point gained we can depend on your ; .
test in presence
sented to a : being supplied at our store.
loosely fit the wrist and the surface so much strength and feel lIkea dif- i
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Mr. Wright and others, and that be-I Our rapidly Increasing general business and especially the fact
I laws of nature and Heredity are.fixed and invariable,. Parents whotendency ventilated by very numerous punches ferent: person. 1 am never distressed fore sixteen shovels of sand had been that our Prescription Department Is showing remarkable gains. U ; I
Vi Ire related by the! ties of blood, or who have a consumptive .t or with a stable. harness punch. A cheese. after eating and am always ready form removed a spring was found; that the I clear proof that an earnest, honest_ Intelligent effort seldoms fails "J -
I Set lily blood taint, are sure to transmit it to their children in, the form. of cloth bag is sewed on to the oval hole > next: : meal-particularly breakfast architect then turned to him and made to bring Its reward. .
Rd.h. oIu a Swollen glands, brittle bones, weak eyes: hip disease i pale, waxy and a tape run in and out of the cloth the statement that his (Hill's) judg- I' ".
. unP1.xions! emaciated bodies,.running sores and ulcers; and'general weak0stitutions I at tills aperture, which can be gentr/ "Formerly, when" I ate a hearty ment had proven good, and that hebelieved We have filled over 200,000 prescriptions since beginning business.
; are the principal ways in which the disease is manifested. I I[ tied et the wrist A woolen mitten can breakfast it distressed( me so I rare- that it was something similar t
.n.to Ia.DC use who have inherited this blighting trouble may"succeed in holding it b8 worn within this if required for ly was ready for dinner but 1 have I to the one found at the Blount
kind of food wi' r.licw -
l 4 I Ir week during young, rigorous life: but after a spell'of 1 sickness, or whene J'J'It cold weather. Several sizes have to be proved" me the a right good breakfast and n? I building site.Regarding.the sand against which

e sySt em has begun to weaken and lose its natural.'vitality. the ravages of made at intervals of two months to trouble. I he said that the architect W. A. D'AlemberteiDruggist : 1
I :e disease will and sometimesrun into Consumption. allow for growth. For half hour he protested
S S. become manifest I an "For breakfast I now use Graph I: had told him It was good enough .itttl
I I k kri o' S. goes down into the circulation and forces out the scrofulbus deposits, night and morning these are removed Nuts with cream; for dinner as .. I for this class cf work-
i the germs and completely cures the disease. It changes the quality of hand. the child taught gradually to pat> salad or pudding; supper" with fruit' ; !I Mr. Wright's Opinion.
... Ke"f),'|l by removing all impurities and poisons and supplying this.vital 11 a-eak.! and play with her own hands. and with other plain food at each I I Aldermen Reilly here arose and stated and Apothecary rJ
ra L: wIth rich, health-sustaining qualities. S. S. S. is a' purely.vegetable After four months the child will be meal. For my boy I soak In hot milk that he had hada conversationwith
1 .ne and is which weakened cootpteUty broken of the and add cream, and be likes it Cry W. Wright shortly after the
,: especially adapted to systems bveb)s : habit, but Geo. STREET PHONE 109
r arty nourished by scrofulous blood. Literature on ScrofaU and med- tffl mart wear them at night as a pre and teases me for it" Name given I incident at the city hall site, and that 121 SOUTH PALAFOX t.i
by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. had expressed the belief
ice: sage cwtSaaar Ywk'Ued Mr. Wright:
\\J Jm THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA. meunre.-\ew Read the little bool:, "The Road to .. ---. t
ieal iautaai. "
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; gtbe 4nthiIa Joa nI1 I *& FLORIDA'S OPPORTUNITY it* ** ELECTION-RESULTS" IN ** CltUNCIL C SETS -* 1

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DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY I Jennings' BradentbwmSpeech. U BON 'ONMAYO -- .
There Is no question but that the I The voteja Bradentown on the ; .................... .... ...............t .:

PUBUSHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY opening up of the new North German drainage amendment the constitution

Lloyd steamship line between Indicates that Ex-Governor Jennings -
..BY... Bremen and Charleston is one of the did not
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK I most important industrial movements by his speech In favor of the A

I In the history of the south. scheme. His sympathisers numbered .
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I The steamship line has already 38, while those who did not see it'as '' ;4'7

L MAYES. PrMldcnt and General Manager placed in commission one of its he did numbered 105.-bradentown "

-- ---- -- crack liners, which landed a cargoof Journal. (Continued from Third Page.) _

MEMBER. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. at about Charleston.500 emigrants The sailings all German will be, Tips to RichboThe ;:;:- : to him that the water did* ot amount -; -'

____-_. .. __ T made monthly at present, but if conditions election Is over the result will i: to '
SUBUCRIPTION RATES warrant it, and the emigra- soon be'fb.lly known.. At present it 'anything.Architect Ausfeld. h- .

On* Tear .. ... ....,.....$5 00 One Month .. .? ,. .... ... 45 ion becomes sufficiently heavy, thereIs seems in this that county opposition 25 to and drainage it seems won at I Architect Ansfeld was then grantedthe
by "
Stx Months .. ..' .. .. .. 2 50 Ot Week.. ... .. .. .. .. 10 no doubt but that the number of present by decided majority over i privilege of the floor and made a :
a -
_ Three Months.. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year..$1 eo sailings advent will be of further these five increased.The hundred. the state. This it is hoped will settle : statement He said relative to the : ,,.,: '4iP1':

emigrants scarcely caused a rippleIn .; this matter for some time. to come r soft earth that he had a negro dig ,a ,'v -
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The Only Pensacola fVewvpaper From Which a Detailed commercial conditions in the or untibtie suits-now pending are decided I I hole at the spot ludicated by. the Inspector e
is likely (
by the courts. Walton -4
South. They had all been arranged
Circulation Statement Can 3e Secured. the only county In West Florida I I and some water flowed into :, :
for,in advance and were speedily '
and we lit have been expected but .
that
shipped to the cotton mill centers"in voted against drainage as'was to>> '
the Carolinas and Georgia where presume this will suggest to Representative I that the soil was perfectly firm and k
(Ednortrt Jesus 38 Papers en Sele on Trains they will be colonized. The next Richbourg the course he would make a solid fOundation for the : _
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I ..inll.otfIce 1600 will pursue In the discharge of his I building. ; ,
and at all News Stands. shipment, and the next, and so on to II legislative duties, for we feel assured Regarding the sand.hedid not even -
the tenth, may be assimilated in this ,
i he the wishesof rejected any sand
will not go contrary to remember having ,r
manner by the same industry, but I ;;' .
and that all .
a majority of his consuiuency. from the Blount building, !
Offlco.-Joufl\al Building-Corner lntendnola and DeLuna Sts.PENSACOLA. there will come a time when the mills ; 4 '
i will have their full quota of labor, i DeFuniak Herald. of the sand came from Bluff. Springsand 't ,' ft -'- !
good. )
was perfectly w ei
and the emigrants will seek other
!! FLORIDA THURSDAY MORNING.: NOVEMBER 15. 1906. states for a chance to gain a liveli- Asking Too Much.In He stated" that ,he intended havingan '
1 hood. these days of graft and graftersit inspector upon theiground at all __ ;# _
was askingjust a little too muchof hours while the work was in prog-
I I This precisely where Florida's opportunity the people of Florida to give into
I 10f the people, by the restraining i I ress.
IA Case Where More Pay comes in. The German is
the hands of any five men the powers Council.
Satisfied
} and influence of the corporation not unskilled workman :
power necessarily an ; 2
1 contemplated in that amendmentand together with
1 Means Less Work. democrats who still cling to the but the rate of wages for unskilled labor that is just what defeated It- I' These had statements; been, heard, seemedto
what already -
J A few days ago, in discussing the name of our party; that the party secure In Florida in skilled is more trades than in his he home could Jacksonville Floridian. I satisfy the council, and Alderman : i 4j

labor problem in the south, The can never be led to victory under a Muldon said that it was either a case _
1 and Indeed, in other portions of the Leesburg Against Drainage. I .
I Journal commented on the anomolous trust favorite. Concluding be says: Vnited States. Tuesday's election passed off very of the council going ,deeper into the 'b:' -

t fact that, with the negro laborer the We need not go through the formof These men are not all farmers, but quietly in Leesburg, little interest be- matter, or:else' let theiBoawl! of Bond ,' I .l : I
of the building, II
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have charge
I higher his wages get the less he does. an election unless we can go before there are many among them who are ing manifested except in the drainage : Trustees If the Board of
the Gulf Coast the people upon a straight, clean trained agriculturists and horticulturists. amendment, on which the vote stood j as provided bytlaw. I
this connection :platform of definite and clear-cut Works desired to make any charges '
fIn Such men will not long remainin 37 for and 5C against.-Leesburg! ,
Mobile, : Trlstees then It was :
at says Bond :
published Democracy Democracy without cotton mill centers, but will follow Commercial.A 1 against the '
I From all sections! of the south :the alloy of syndicates; or the smell the lure of the open country and seek time for the.council to act

I comes the cry for labOr-more labor! I'of the trusts. for homes amid green fields and pleas Sensible View--- i He then Introduced a resolution THE CARLOINA GIRLS IN "LOVERS AND LUNATICS" TC: IHTI' (;
i is clamoring for help in I: Once without hesitation stating that the council had perfect
south
The (!I more we say ant pastures. It would be very human and par i
its time of prosperity. In days gone that tae honest thing for these Quite naturally, this is the classof donable in the Times-Union to do :I confidence in the Bond Trustees and -

by the negro may have been a very ;I selfish corporation Democrats to do people to whom Florida has muchto some lusty crowing over the defeat: the manner in which their duties had I' "Lovers & Lunatics." I[I deniable ability He IStaiu'tecii:

present help in time of trouble but in I lis to go tight along with the republi- offer and for whose location every of the drainage amendment, for that been performed; that.nothing was before Joe Morris with a clever comy..ny a fine stage presence ":_ :: II

______ 1 our prosperity he has failed us. in can party to which they belong. *,Ve effort should be made. They will be paper has been denounced and its ; the council to warrant any Interference comedians in "LoversLunatics_ ,", manner.and aD{!mel ent ,'h. J.
the days of Ham he miftr have been want them to go. We need their found sturdy, law-abiding and democratic motives aspersed without limit for: upon that body's part; that it I will dispel gloom and" melancholy to-,' dive fact that sta atlene cc=_:s
named "hewer of wood and a draw- room more than their We : was the duty of the Board of Worksto pict touching path.05 and at i '
_ a company. men, virtuous women and intelligent the fight it led against the measure. night at the opera house. :1
i er of water." but this Is rapidly be- can never win while we share power children Such people build But very sensibly considering that. supervise Jthe work, but'the Boardof "Lovers & Lunatics" Is a merry I I'convulse; fifs aajlIWr&fWitlj nejr.-1

coming a misnomer. The negro rill with these men. We can win without schools maintain churches, defend the decisive vote of Tuesday was the' Bopd Trastees' must determine all melange catchy music,."bright witticisms laughter. He 'also possess'
not work and a fortune- awaits the them. Let the Ryans and the Bel. the law and promote the interest of I complete endorsement of its argu-: questions as'to 'fitness of material, funny siTaattoas, beautiful [Heaven sent: ,.gift of, a singing; ''-e.eof

n.an who can devise some system by monts and the McCarrens.go right any section in which they make their ments and vindication of Its conduct I work,'etc. color effects. handsome co&uinex, remarkaUe'powrsan4wiich ::::':;..
which, he can be induced to wort along. homes. the Times-Union' refuses to "rub ItIn" Chainaan.Green stated that inslnjaa-!graceful dances and pretty! girls.With : I Is so* }- descrfVd t 1J:

Because as far as concerns unskilled And when they are gone, we will There are waste places in Florida and contents Itself with a verymodest tlons were tbeirig made regarding the theffe insredfeafs the ) !rfrides George P. Coodate, the "eibraa
labor, the negro is in his right element make room on'the benches for a great which could be made to bloom and and temperate expression of integrity of'tne; architect:; andslnatif I}I) himself on hating composed Jraniatlc ,,critic: of the Dj traft Fne

_ "in the south. It is where he belongs host of Lincoln republicans who will blossom like the proverbial rose under opinion on the subject, which Is, after any charges-were'to be.maae to make I two and a nalfhours-,olM entertainment -'!fcress. Mr. Iloodale. .wrItes. "H('Ustfbailees ; ,

______ and could the above mentioned pack the benches, and with a better the ministration of these plodding all, much the best way. Drainagewas them.now. He said further that these j II capable of pleasing the most; < with rare feeling dcj: tj !
falling be eliminated, he is by far ::nd more genuine democracy than we methodical people, and their an issue in which there was an reports golng'about5th city were doing fastidious. 'Dh"tltIe Is darNed from*] voice h/s tl&t symratbctii; C' :" f '
the best laborer the souih could ever have known in twenty years, we will settlement in Florida should be encouraged honest difference of opinion foughtout it aninjury.: j I! a story'of the adwntures ota yoang that: j is a.bove.'beyond and -ich <.:* t

have. The negro is not by nature a go before the. country in a straigHt In every manner. They in the campaign and settled at Ca'lin,Endorsed Remarks. I I gentleman who mistakes a house fuTi. of the reajctt.of art" Followiis an

striker. A vicious one is the exception and simple platform and sweep the will be found, to ask little and to be the polls and now that it has been Alderman Cahn endorsed the remarks of young lovers for a lunatic asylum fie titles Of? the songs ifct! Si t
rather than the rule. He is ouly ballot boxes from Penobscot to Pen of Chairman Green, and said Wilson I& sfnglag this it
i thankful for all favors shown them. disposed of In the lawful way there and its inmates. They discover his season :
______ a child and the tendency to remain sacola. The German emigrant simply desiresan should be nothing said to perpetuate I that when he was receatly in New I mistake and carry out the illusk o, Heaven Is In Ip r. Eyes: "W'':". .a.iIullaby"
always a child and depend upon "ae opportunity to work; he will solve resentments or create feuds and factions Orleans he was introduced to a gentleman giving rise to mdpy amuarfag Incidents n/VTiiapering/ Brecz ij J '

white folks" is probably the result of 1toC ; the other problems of life thereafter among the people of Florida. I from New York, who tailed himas and incidentally the young gentleman "Snitzlebank.*
I generations of slavery. Improvidentas '' to his own satisfaction and that of We can all endorse the concluding coming from the "wra Ung city"and has a lively experience. \
a child, be wants only an existence .i THE CONFERENCE 'I'the community in which he takes hIs words cf the Times-Union! on the subject that ior the good of tile city the "Isle of Spice."

and when he earns enough for li AT NASHVILLE. residence,| and make them the last words for wrangling'should be stopped. "The Virginian." Hear John Mylie and hi* t.; f
that, he promptly "quits wo '{." While I us all: "It was: an honest fight a Alderman McHugh's Opinion. Those lovers ot romance who have chorus of "Goo Goo" girls aizgcS I ;
the negro's pockets are empty (indicating (Savannah News.) 1: HH i. manly fight and it has won. Now let Alderman McHugh expressed the read and been eathralled by Owen "The Goo Goo Man" in urn .is;. '

that his stomach will soon be a us be done with it and let us uniteto same opinion adding that when he Wister's powerful novel. "The Virginian Spjce" at the opera bouaein th' cearj
In like condition) no better laborer HH ,! ;1 STATE PRESS ON was recently. in Mobile he had heard and not
see what we can do for Florida. have been able to future. It will driveTduflVcar rj.
I can be found on the face of the earth. It Is expected that the time of the .;ItBROWARD'S FIGHT. -Live Oak Democrat talk of the wrangling: going on among see the play -will now be given an
He do mere work under the the city officials of Penlacola, and thatit
can
opportunity to see this d&JIghtful cre- 1
second annual quarantine and Immigration Sixty Weeks for'l.75.Don't .
scorching blistering rays of the lfH H H Effected Gainesville's Fish Supply. was a dejtriment to Pensacoa.} ation on the stage. Kirfce La Shelle I
conference which met In '
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off until to-morrow
southern sun than any other iaborer Drainage is dead and Paine's Prairie Mayor Bfiss Takes the Floor. collaborated with the author In the put
Nashville yesterday, will be devoted The YoutlCompanion. :
A Deserved Tribute ProTemJfraura'to matter of'subayibing'for
earth. He like the alligator, is Mayor Bliss then called Mayor
on almost wholly to the will remain wet. The people of dramatic version whicU comes here
t
immigration offerWnd
to There is Broward, like Hearst, made a brave the cHair and took the The publishers
indigenous thiscountry. question. The first conference which Gainesville} could not bear the idea of next week Dustin Farnum will bo. subscriber for Tf"
room and to sparehere for thebetterI met in Chattanooga devoted its time and gallant fight and emerges from I' having the source of their fish supply floor making a lengthy statementHe seen in the title Vole,, as clayed by to eVery'new the ., .
I'class of Immigrants, but for the labor the campaiga with his'ffrecds! well cut dff-CainesvlIle Sun. said,.ta a member of the Boardof him with such, who at once remits SMhscrip.
chiefly to quarantine, with the result much I WoVkff like the councilto marked success ever .price, $irT3: 3\j.\ the igsues for tfc. ;?omainIn
{ of the cotton fields and the sawmills as his enemies Laving a higher be would since ifs*initial production.
5 "we want the negro. The greatest that congress enacted a quarantinelaw appreciation of his abikbes.! He is Tickled Claude. say what it expected. that boardto -'weekso.11ClD: free.
'n stake ever made by the mills was which, though it has improvedthe now looked upon everywhere as one The defeat of John Graham In Manatee do! "The Royal Chef." These Issues will contain nez i'" '

'In paying the negro more than SOc. a quarantine situation, is not all of the state's strongest men and county was doubtless funny to Everything he, said, was laid on The c :npany.pl f ng- "The Royal complete stories besides the or i?

)day, just a bare existence. Th >n he that it was hoped it would be. his honesty of purpose is unquestioned. Claud Engle and a few others, but the Board of W 'i.ks. If the Board of'I Chef" which is.soon to appear at the I chapters of Hamlln Garlandsna'.
"sorted '"full time." \VHii an,iilcrea.e The conference can do much to further .-Ocala Banner. we might be perfectly sate in ventura Works toHnd that the taU was not I opera hosse'te cue;of>the largest that, "Tha Long Trail"-all In add< :;'..a 'i
the desire of the South in ; I ,
lie must "knock off Mondays':" With the S S S ing the assertion that there Is nothing being built according to specifications -I will be seeR here this season. The;the A iesu s of 1907.
I f. further increase he will work only matter of immigration. There are Senatorial Aspirant. funny about it to Graham.-Jack- that; board was charged with I I most prominent members of the cast Whatever yo\fr age, sir sitti-, "

_ Sialf time and so on. The problem, is representatives from all parts of the Quite a number of men In Florida sonville Floridian. being the cause 'ol the wrangling. If are Harry: Hennsen, Oscar RagLind. sixty, you will find The f' "-par: .1-:.
a serious one, but no solution is yet South at the conference and some of have their eyes turtied In the direction the board found bad cement being'I': Osborne demson Stanley Felch, ;to be your paper. It tour1-: > -

In sight. them, being practical men, will no of the United States senate and Too Much Government.The put in the. foundation: It was abusedfor Gertrude Hutcheson, Elise Frazee, worthy interest In life-CVPI- "..' -, :

Pensacola now affords a fine example -I doubt"offer helpful suggestions. these gentlemen formed: ,the idea that verdict against too much state that; if it found that dry brick I La Belle Laurtkte and Bessie :Moore. that promotes cheerfulness a. ,' ,,3
On one thing all are agreed. It Mr. Broward had bis eyes set In the government grows more pronouncedas was being placed in the foundation Among the popular song numbers ot character, enlarges the und ;. j. .;
of the Impossibility cf getting is that the South doesn't want the riffraff same direction and if the drainage the returns come in from the country when the specificatidfis called for wet the merry musical pastime, as it is and instils ideas of' truef pars ;.

labor when there seems to be plenty of Europe, the products of the scheme was carried by anything like districts In all parts of Florida.St. .- "brick It was lambaster for that II termed are: "Maiden and the Kissing Full illustrated announcat ,c.!

''of ile: labor: in 'the city. The con slums, prisons and pauper houses of! a respectable majority that he would Augustine Record.MAgin" He.s 'id he defied any: man to say I I Bug," which is said to..tie one of the The Companion for 1307,' wili!! : ":
tractor who is putting in the sewer European cities. She wants sober, become a formidable rival and he that the Board of Works had done.hits of the season"Jn; the Morning: ," :to any address free with %- .:;:t
decent and thrifty men and women- could be downed by downing the the Amendments. anything but its duty, but it is being 1 "Let Me Go Back," ."Mother Goosed:copies 'of the paper
system has just sent to Xew Orleansfor men and women who to The people of this state are evidently I '*
are willing '
I amendment and this was one of the cbarged with the cause of the "Tale of i Prog.1aad "OTlell-i' New subscribers will n' "
labor hiving found it utterly impossible work and who will make the most ot factors that operated against its pas "agin" constitutional amend- wranlihg. I ly:" ) Coerpanion's.four-leaf 'Hanging r *!

to get the necessary men the opportunities the South offers to sage.-Ocala Banner. ments. They-seem to have beat 'em He dud: further,. that matters were dar for 1907' Ifthographed"in '"' r*

j, here. Yet at any time of day or night improve their material condition. all last Tuesday.-Live Oak Democrat. all right if one man says so, but all At. H.'W son. I colors and gold.Subscribers ..
HoW' are such immigrants to be A Manly Fight. wrong tf another should happen to GoJen,voiced, singer: AL H. Wilson I i who gettnew ,-::-,<*>
you way: find scores of idle negroes obtained? How are the undesirable Gov. Broward goes down in defeatin Mother and Clan4p .. make the statement; that he had pro- Ute clever German dialect comedian; .tons! will receive Jl&. JOOm'

and young worthless white men hanging class to be kept out? South Carolinahas the drainage amendment, but nt? Surely nothing wiser or more beautiful duced sworn statements that the in Sidney R. EJhs"new: play of pre! and many other special award.A:

aroupJ' the grog shops but none answered that question. She made a manly fight, and his name will was ever written respecting the gates enclosing the city hall had been turesque Switzerland:; "Metz In the for information.THE .

of them will work) on any terms. sent a capable agent to Europe who live for ages.-Live Oak News. training children than these lines of locked, but after the publication of I Alps" will be.here Monday night., YOUTirS COMP M0

i As far as Pen&acola is concerned, selected the immigrants he thought Mark Twain: "The mother of my' children the fact in the newspapers one of the :Mr. Wilson fs a born ,actor of na- 144 Berkeley Street Boon v ,
would meet the requirements of his The Country Vote.
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had been
the police should round up these adores them. There Is no milder gates opened I .
state. United States Immigration Broward depended ----- ---
Governor upon He said he did not think it rightto -- "--
\ Idlers and a. man should. be given Commissioner Sargent who was at the country vote to carry his drain- term for it, and they worship her. They spend the people's money when

his choice between going lo work for Charleston when the immigrant ship age scheme, but the result shows that even worship everything which the the specifications were not being I Dangerous coughs. Extremely perilous cougS: ::*,

wages or going to work oa the reck reached that port said he had not in the governor reckoned without his touch of her hand has made, sacred. lived up to, and that protests would D Coughs that rasp and tear the throat and 1 Jigs.
, pile for the city. all his experience seen a more desirable host. The "country people" are not They know( her for the best and truest continue to be made. i es e Pate Coughs that shake the whole body. Toe oetd

collection of Immigrants. The the fools some persons think they are. friend they have ever bad or ever shall :Mr. Muldon asked him if one of the a regular medicine, a doctor's medicine. (x

Gov. Broward has appointed lion. thing for the Southern states to do On the contrary they are as intelligent have. They know her for one who experts to declare the work first- such a cough. Ask your doctor about.AyeA

I A. V. Long mayor of Starke, to be therefore., to send capable agents to as the average city folk.- never did them a wrong and cannot do class had not been selected by him cif.9'hs: Cherry Pectoral for these severe cases
Europe. commissioned to forward only Gainesvile Sun. ." to Mr. RommeL w. .. ,
state for them wrong. referring I : : j! i? Hena' W. P ua5 z.rAfM'ca.
attorney the eighth judicial _
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clean, healthy and thrifty people. S S a The mayor replied that he did not I .r.I..ot'all.n JICI.P&'toaa. Lgw..P1'
circuit to succeed the late Benj. 1*, There is no doubt that there are hun- Watered Stock. Two Estate even know that a board of experts -
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Calhoun. In the late dreds of thousands of people of that Mr. Broward's stock seems to be
primary J. M A girl should be taught to detest two were examining the work whereuponthe

Rivers of Gainesville was elected to kind in nearly every one of the Euro- "atered-Dunnellon S S Advocate.a things thoroughly-kfleness and aim- alderman stated that the news- Coe's Book, Store is now offering a reliable fountain:

this position, hence Mr. Long's appointment -I pean states who would like, to seek Broward as Senatorial Candidate. lessness. These two enemies have papers had stated that such was the -
pellVater.mams make for WatermanH
new homes in the South. AU they $1.00 also
will expire as soon as the Mr. Broward, as a Senatorial candidate given birth to ennui which is pain. If case.The a
next senate has confirmed Rivers' demand to is improve assurance their that material the opportunity condition will be of little force. The people she be a chiTd of fortune, instruct her, mayor then stated that he I filler for $1.50. They also have them for $2.50 $330
wished it emphatically understood
_ eppolntment which will be made by awaits them and that they will of Florida hard.have set down on him even more carefully than if she were that'he was not responsible for what I $-1.00 and $. .OO. Their assortment is tar.ge and they cal:
Advocate.
good and
the governor during the session of be accorded the right sort of treatment *Dunnellon. poor, to work in some definite manner appeared in the newspapers, and that fit any hand, stubs, medium or fine.
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for pleasure's own sake. More than all,
the next legislature in accordancewith A Fearless Worker. Mr. Rommel had only tested some
Commissioner Sargent was very train her hands and stir her brain with cement for him. : 2* SOVTH PALSFCX s1R'
COE'S BOOK
the wishes of the Broward Is a fearless STORE
people. Governor
pointed in his remarks respecting the for what I the constant assurance that she will Chairman Green asked of Chairmaa Pa.n,2
worker
tireless
and
Hon. Ion L. Farris, justice of the immigrants that landed at Charleston. be enegetic believes to be right and made a find her sweetest satisfaction la that Zellus of the Board of Works if he ___ --of

peace in Jacksonville has tenderedhis He said it would have to be wonderful for drainage.-Lake which abe is to accomplish In life did not suggest; Rommel as a good **..*+.... ... ...+ ... .... *
kind and fair. Otherwise it would be fight man for the .ork.to; which Mr. Zelius .. .. ....... ...........+.....

resignation to the governor as art'S.ult impossible to get any more immigrants Butler Star. _ Scrim bogs for soiled, handkerchief replied that he had no such recollec
of his election on the 6th as a from the localities from which to ClJCWii7.S and neckwear are so heer that tie i FOOTBALL I

member of the legislature from Du-.al they came, because they would send I should air passes through them which.,._>re- tion.Mayor Bliss continuing his statement
simrpt134infieat
L county. The office he leaves, it is reports to their friends in their native !to.C l1 rings as vents tke fabrics from turning yellow, stated that he had no charge .
claimed, pays a handsome salary but lands that would check the flow I !Gr 0osthsbl5s bfC ; Sott them in as in a close bag. to make against the Board of Bond I University Military School of Mobile ;:
of immigration from those sources to Trustees and that the Board of
the rising young lawyer decided lo the South.It >4sd' a' U Q e"'<*rt will U vs. ij
Works desired to wof"k in
I talcomjf : harmonywith :
Never use botated your
I try a change-to make instead of In- nwp&ttSwrafdtliey: should be
wouldn't be advisable to permit "y skin Is \Jr for fhB'tortc' acid'IDonly the former board. i Pensacola Classical School
_ ; ;
rftiefetb.! It is
the immigrants Kd5fwlia. af ajM"fofi
terpret, law. to go to localities where ?> Wanted Specifications Read.
there are feuds and quarrels for the I *tetkS lep Jr n28to sawdust, u Increase the powder.ah1ne. Get a good, htivyantiseptic Chairman Zelius then wanted the : SATURDAY, NOV. 17, PALMETTO BEACH

Drainage seems to have been popular settlement of which the pistol is free it en blesftbe gams 'to'retain their specifications of the building read. He Purchase i
tIckets "
in Calhoun county having receive ly used. In fact, a pistol-toting community brilliancy": w1rm water and a little said there were a number of citizens t. up ticket in city. No tickets sold at Park. nductor$ will C

ed a majority there of 6S votes. The is not one in which a good prepared ..chalk are all, that is required Copperas mixed with whitewash and and taxpayers present and ne desired 1
Escambia court class of Immigrants would find much I to clean plain or chased rings. used foe storerooms:will keep all'lnsect : ADMISSION,50 CENTS
county amendment
did satisfaction. Their preference is for Toilet articles, vinaigrettes and other life-ft/way. (Continued on Page SCVM.) ...... .. ....... .. .... ...t..t..++....
; not fare 'as well, being defeatedby communities where churches and ----
41 votes. schools are encouraged and where I small trfntetsnay' be easily brightened I
i \ritnout the" use of powder by

John Temple Graves is out after of whiskey the pistol drinking are and the hasty use placing them'in*an aluminium receptacle -
comparatively un
the trust promoters in the democratic known. and.pouring boiling water over *

ranks and handles them without The whole south is profoundly Interested them." Polishing should be done by You Look iitiieiti71 I IIecaus

gloves. In a recent editorial in the in this question of immigration means of a pieVre of clean chamois
he and the proceedings of the Nashville leather, but in adopting this treatmentIt
Georgian claims that
year by year conference will bo closely must be remembered that the silver '
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t we are throttled as democrats In thevirile watched for practical suggestions in rhou'd never be allowed to become: ;

: life aad utterances of a party regard .toIL trv!.shed. of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Use "LA CREOLE" ,HAIR RESTORER. Price, Sl.OO, retail.

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41 1 i PEOPLE AND EVENTSBY I I YOUR Shelled FRUITCAKE Almonds, 50 / I


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AUTUMN. II.public figure and destined to be morSe see and is an exceedingly charming I and pnre. Every order ( Um'I
Through meadows flecked with silt'erfrost ,
so. In
husband the recent election of her and entertaining girl Dr Manning is carefully selected and / John Campbell's Finest
forcongJ'f'ts, his wife la"I a practicing physician in Jacksonvilleand L.t!

The regal Autumn set with came: given much credit for- having electea I, is well and favorably known in delivered promptly. 1' Scotch Orange Marmalade
Her crown was amethysts
him .1
though to ,
be sure, he was elect. that pit}". -
And rubies red, as flame, ed to the I !
same position without his ','
And topaz like the prisoned sun, wife's help once before. I Mrs. R. E. '\ilkins'i-, accompanied by'her ; I p \ Stone Jars 25 Cents.
I. Cahn
In filgree of gold Sol & CO.
Anyhow, she was active .in the campaign children, has arrived in the city, 1 \
Bat, Io'! she shivered as she walked. .' The for an ;
extended
papers tell how Alice I visit to the family Pure Giiavo Jelly 25 Cents.Ringusupandgieus
"
"The wind, she said, '"is cold." Roosevelt, social butterfly, evolved 'of Dr. Pollock on North Palafox I The Pure Food Store. c' e .

Into the political woman 'Democratic 'I streetIf Southwest Corner Palafax and Intendenda 'j41
Beneath' the forest. branches '
bare to a degree. Mrs. "Nick" attended I E.
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I saw the Autumn pass, ward Hirelings, shook hands with the you want sofeicrias! oettor: get Phones J 178 ,
A faded garland on her brow, voters, gracefully: bowed in response Blue Ribbon Lenon awl Vanilla Absolutely :'S,! an order (for some

Knee-deep in withered grass, ta.tbe cries of "Alice I Alice! Whats pure, go l..ice as far ani the \
And as she vanished in.the mist the matter with Alice?" At ward 'Blue Ribbon Flaioi pencct'oi! j I

I heard her sadly say: meetings, at "one night stands." anywhere Ask for the 25c Siij. ,

My glowing gems-the norther came Mrs "Nick" went, faultlessly and have again moved into it. Rosenau&Gerelds
And stole them ,all away!" garbed for the delectation of the men LIGHT HOUSE BREADnone Mr. and Mrs. Bean have secured : \

iMlnna Irving in New Idea Magazine : who elected congressmen. Dresses genuine without rooms with Mrs. William Fox for the

.) that cost $300 in .good American coin the winter, their home having Deen destroyed THE FANCY GROCERS,
,-'?!-. were sacrificed to the dear "peepul" label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- by the storm.

LAST HAPPILY NIGH MARRIED The hand that holds the ballot leaves ery. Mr. John McAlister, an old and respected 116 SOUTH PALAfOX ST. .;
indelible marks on white' kid citizen of Warrington, has
glovf/
The home at'l2t of Mr. and :Mrs.V.. J. and delicate flounces* and in the> been quite sick this week, but is now / / Phone 391BOOKS
Berry. West Government street : rapidly improving.In .
cause imported petticoats ,
were glad-
was the scene last ,evening of
a very
ly sacrificed to make a Cincinnati WARRINGTON ,; v' '
happy event, the occasion being the ,congressman I Time of Peace. 'H1,

marriage ot their daughter Miss Rosa I The In the first months of the RussIa- ., 4' \
Lef Rauch to Mr. James Aiken whichwas reason for all this activity:
i Mrs. Nick Japan war we had a striking example -
solemnized at 3 o-c lock in the Longworth is not a Lady
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Warwick. It is not for love of Special to The Journal. of the necessity for preparation and I .
the
presence Qa large number of rela- /
tires and friends of the bride and people she did this, though she may Warrington, Xov 14,- Irs. McConnell the early advantage of those who BO I :
think it will be for their good to have an aged lady living in Voolsey, to speak, "have shingled their roofs ,
:sroom. '
The home was beautifully decor- the Hon Xick as their representa- died quite suddenly on last Monday in dry has weather. The virtue of preparation Tbe six "first sellers," according t* 4
a'ed for the occasion and I live in congress. Mrs. Longworth is from a stroke of paraljsis. She attended !: made history and given to : : : Bookman are
: \h' after the nuptial knot Immediate-I,ambitious as her father's daughter to her usual household dutiesin us our greatest.men. The individualas -i r Th fighting. Chance" by Babt. w.

.JI.J tied by Rev J F W Reinhardt, of has a right to be; she is Imperious, the morning and it was after the :: well as the ,nation should be prepared : :' Chambers.Ooniston- ," by WInston Churchill.

.Ji4 (up Lutheran church, the happy party and likewise anxious to retain her completion of these duties that sha for any emergency. Are you .'Tide of Bam at." by F. Hopfcin-
place as a public received the fatal stroke prepared to successfully combat the son Snaitn. f
repaired to the dining hall where a personage Fromrepresentative dying that I .'Ht "
' "The Awakening of Helen Richie, by
afternoon. first cold you take? A cold can be
to senator The bereaved husband and -
eumptuous feast was enjoyed. is but a : Margaret Defend
l step, from senator to president not sister have the sympathies of the cured much more quickly when treat- j "Jane Cable." by C. B. :McCntehwo..
Mrs. F. Grotz matron of
IS was honor impossible-and there is always the tire community, en-I ed as soon as it'has been contractedand "The Treasure of Heaven," by Maria
Miss Lizzie Rauch maid of honor, and before it has become settled in Corelll.
h Mr George Berry, best man governorship of Ohio on the side fora Miss Cecil Childerson came \ Publisher's prices. JL50 I !lave theta '
Mr. and Mrs Rauch will be live man, able to win the voters of from Pensacola Sunday afternon on | the system. Chamberlain's Cough GOWN OF CREPE OR SILK. at $120 Can early, as it is difficult to
. at
<'e the Buckeye state Remedy is famous for/its cures of keep -first sellers te, todk
;;11, home to their friends in a few d/yj "Xick" Longworth's aisit to her many friends here. colds -and* t 'shosI be'kept' at hand This design is especially good for a short figure, as the long lines of Just received 100 ten-cent paper back
. East Church street, the furniturefor future is bright. Mr. and Mrs Fred Blum are in lace running: from the novels.IIARRYT..
shoulders
.lr.l'If. on Many a less able ready for iaslant use. For'sale by almost to the bottom of the skirt give
their new home being a gift liant man has had a bril- Opp, Ala., visiting{ :Mrs. Blum's mother all druggistsCHUMUCKLA. height to the figure.
,. from Mr. J. JL Pfeiffer the bride's career carved out for him br Themodrf in
such a wife. gownwas laYendarcrepe, trimmed with silk lace dyed to HOWLAND -
;gt uncle. Mr and Mrs. Mike Marginn are the match. The skirt had a panel in front outlined with graduated banns of ,

fit! -fl., happy parents of a fine daughter. the lace, the lower part of the skirt b sing laid in deep tucks
ROOSEVELT GIRLS- J. E. Maura, Jr., left Tuesday night topped by a Manager, De Lena Book Store, .
THE
Mr Jim Parker is band of
lit on a visit to his I I I the lace. The upper part of the bodice and sleeves was also
There's nothing particularly strikes for the northern markets to purchasea mother in Opp, Ala. tucked, and thetbodlce was joined to the skirt under bands of lace to givesomewhat'the De Luna St. Pbone 1491.
art in the fact that Miss Ethel Roose complete stock of stationery for the Mr. J, \V. Breedkne Will preach his ; effect of a princess. The small square yoke was of fine
'.1!. \.:It drives herself eix mornings a Maura Stationery; Co., which will last sermon this year on Sunday night I], white lace.
My week to the (Cathedral in a hJgu oak Open on the corner of Government and November 18th, in the Methodist I I Special to The .J urn !I.
QS' tart says the :Macon News. Other DeLuna streets about Dec. 1. church. He leaves soon for Eufaula, North Chumnckla, Nov. 14.-Mr. and SCARRITT MORENO.

.ld girl have done that But MissUheJs Mr. D. R. Noble""' ,, of,-if.; .Xew York City, Ala., to attend the Methodist confer- Mrs. Walter'D. McDavid, of McDavid, home to-day and will return in a dayor sweet time making syrup and it Is Agent SAFES for OF Oiebold ALL Safe DESCRIPTIONS and Lock Co.,
I scheme of color harmony at ence to be held there early in December I! were pleasant visitors to our town two. certainly fine. Canton. Ohio.
is In the city' for a few days and is
tracts atUnuon. Her golden-brown the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ben II and may not be returned to'. last Sunday They were accompaniedby Mr. W. C. McDavid has just returned I spent the night with Mr. IL C. Office and Salesroom E. Gov. St.
hair is the exact shade of the cart- Thomas. this charge. Let all who can attend their sister, :Miss: Mamie McDavid.Dr. from a business trip to Pensacola. McDavid last night and I think they

bi: no'! wait the cart is the exact shaae this meeting. James A. Abbott filled his regu- Mr. Albert O. McDavid made a fly have some of the nicest home-made -

in of the hair. She wears a jacket and Mrs. Egbert!" BeaU left on the nOl The members of Str John.s Episco- I. lar appointment at Damascus (Coon ing business trip to Century to-day. syrup I ever ate. He telh me he

oi bolt felt hat of a simile' hue. 'Behind train yesterday for Gulfport, Miss, asa pal church have been earnestly work Hill) church last Sunday, preaching lion. Milton Watson, who lives in will make quite a lot of it. CafeNonpareil

_eactho her sits a grave young footman in delegate to the National Convention I ing for the past two or three years I a most able and impressive sermon. the country only a short distance from We regret to state that Mr. Chas
oldf'n-broVtn: Ihen The turnout is of the Daughters of the Confederccj. to raise funds for the building of a :I I We look upon the doctor as being the city raised 500 pounds of lint cotton I Penton is suffering very much witha

tT natty. and hiss Ethels handling of church at this place. Their labors i'I one among the'most able divines in on one acre of land with only 500 lame hand caused from a bruise.Thanksgiving .
he reins is what might: be expectedof A wedding of interest tothe_ society hate met with a most gracious I west Florida pounds of fertilizer and claimed to II I

Ber Cither's; daughter Unlike her people of Pensacola ;i.c; that of Miss ward and wonderful success, and re-I I Mr.. R. S. Mays has been oyer. on have been the best san.p'3 that has

hhsicr: Miss Ethel Is not givento Evelyn Lewis of Tallahassee to Dr. j I the near future the edifice will be under our side of the{iver prospecting..We been ginned1,in ttus section. He lost Poultry. will open November 20th

thato da"iua7 horsemanship, and there \\flham S. Manning -which will 3e course of erection. The ladies I hope the gentleman is favorably impressed one-fifth of' Ms cotton during1" tile Turkeys, Ducks Chickens
- Is little far she will embarass tbe solemnized.' : the home: of the brides of St. John's church are due a' with Ihe country and will lo- September storm vHow is this for over West Florida Steam
1901'don WasViiR'on police by exceeding the parents in Tallahassee i -day. Miss great deal of praise for their perse-j:::cate here Mr. Mays is an all-round Santa Rosacounty? etc., Ed. M. Pooley, Corner

i-petd limitSpeaking. Lewis who has visited Pensacola on verance and diligence, as the raisingof up-to-date business man, and those Mrs. Milton Watson and daughter, Chase and Devilliers street. Catering and Theatre -
rcnal.- of the Misses Roosevelt, several occasions and who has a host this fund has been almost entirely are the kind of persons to build up Miss Nora were visiting relatives in Bakery.
tw is reminded of the ex.MibS Roose.: of friends here, is the youngest daughter due to their work. : and develop a country Milton last week and reported a most Phone 121. ISnorlW

.- ve"t who has not figured in the of Mr. Goo Lewis president of Mr. and Mrs. Denny Marshall have I:I Mr. W. A. McDavid, of Camp 77 delightful time. suppers a specialty.

li ng 1.: paprrs so much lately, that is still a, the First; National Bank of Tallahas- completed the repairs on their home I,I on the A.1ger-SulIivan Road, came The folks up here are having awoaldat "Runyan's Rollers." -

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-per. 'settled:- ber bent back comfortably want none neither.** And Alley;

I. OPilon Alley Tad's Fairy Story. By Maud Walker. 1 against the doonUl wilDe Alley Tad Tad 1004' tenderly oat of the comer l.
leaned back pot bte bands U his pote of his eyes at tli* old wozaan on the
.' rv and beaa wltboot.tortnerpace preI.1n iUI'J. step beside him A flush of ptMe and ,
rest He"was small,. <,t.hia and ,pale, wa'Aitcy1Zsd" "cep," who -'lowered at them whenererbis had the old woman spoken. And the little ontIme- when I was in the tenderness passcdwrerther wrinkled jars
lopsims \ 'll you-had asked him his, eye tell open UiI' 1. Even Alley Tad waif bad lived against poverty and sickness conn try-" bat cbs did aot treat the aaenca. She
; age he would hate astonished 7084by forgot ,Ms brareiy and ieadeivMp when and the 0112'Womlll had been true "Wnj yen ever la the ctrastr/n artel had not forgotten her manners, as Alter
a, saying, lawhis tweak treble voftfe, "I'm the !seeM _of;the blue- vated officer's Btep to him. too. What little she earned she eec of the Uiteners a boy about Alley Tad would say."well .
of It ofu"oa ](:" He blacked boots and was heard camlae round the;;cetaer. had lavished upon the child, the only Tad's SM. and half his years. ," continued Alley Tad, "the good nYtu

;ientjple shoes for*Urtag and his pU wasoavth; *'street, la tAe pack, .r>.: that a parade was.gut of'-tbe question -And when Alley Tad tad cot old enoughto "I won't stan for BO Intemptta, I wand and flopped her wiags, aad from the ii -
a. he .iroutl say./|Any'ole. place whur aens the children gathered in front of Alley go to work the had spared him even wont. 'I'll. nez: one what speaks oct cloud* came raining dews a tnnderi her-
tin eetdeaufie"Ti : e _, Taqti ilur te decide upoiKEome form of then, for she had a mother's pity and while I've cot the floor wm be asked to, rtn's an' about a barrel of Ice-cream. A
ilen -! ilo'parents ,and oeeUtt1., ,oitsemeet.! : The .ld wflnma with irbomAl lore for him. And it was the old woman find his way borne bee?" big spoon was stack: in the Ice-cream, a a"
cite 1 lIS Wb6IPI5Ltf$1th5. ume'alk\v tenementttut |'y Tafl lIve4 wa. out to get a breath, that held tae big warm place: In Alley : &o; response came frets the crowd. The the fairy tote me to eat, which you may '
roofed fetm wwWtea other children aiding cm tie step la her gray calico Tad's heart, a heart almost too big for boy who had, In a moment of forjetTnJ- better believe-I did.
that "A Jey Td nerer did hare no maw wrapper aDd sliy-sbod slippers, without the undersized body I ness, Interrupted the flow of Alley Tad's When I'd et about a perk I stoppedto -
rip- nor*,nrir;\pat wpi ;ecy5j routed In an hC)!;@. Her thin face bore the signs, of Beside the old woman on the step Alley word. was half eroaCnlng beblnd aId biz get my breaO; then I asked the fairyif ,.
,'asftcn3 oWJnxvJs' ) > \ 4'-\.tPe1L' <7." Andebt4ra1a41osd bard work aid trvofete..,luit a. kindly ex Tad seated himself after about a dOleD I ,\ fearing the wrath of the Leader. 1 could hare another wish or two, an'
> .i tf 'attia: fciri.: tfac drIt5i5Cft'WU &$#. had fooed Alley T<<.'djau! : cold mornft ran set about on the pivement," said pn," said Alley Tad. "\0' IT1 look for wishia'. sa' I wished for a wagon an*
not fcffnlMtJvr: cicon I'e: ..tJi"1'of: ?$ lying: asleep Uh a box at ber door, Icy Tad as cordial as a host: Ja his every mother's son an' daughter k *p "torse' to Bawl the rood things Into tile
Alky X.ds ppeta.il IJ Mt the feltowfcfifceir some old straw nade> him and a faded rnaistaacea and training was expected AJ'I the peace As I was ..,la', one on a ',-city so a* She could 1 hare tome before
:ass. ..wtM> ISM ?JtL.k '.ijJ 4Jn.etuUed shawl ocer< WIlL ;Alify-X Could cot be. "Me an' her will keep the I time when I was In the country, out*''the ice-cream all melted. Almost tie
B UVtjEd4'i 1WL ta{wflju* ft bare been orer AeAe wtkg old. so *aldad seats" And he nodded his head '!. where! farmers is raised Just like us 1s I mlait the -wish left my month there couie
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lIS Ti&tiJiMsto'tpiUKBf:fia corhreAes -- the 'fwoaen who bud little
neltfbtor
"Well, yoa can,.stay tt J'M rememberyour bod so's It would always be full *f coat
lie was leader;op'. ie gang, asa obes of tb tr own Tk old wanes had
,' maafiers batter after tIMaaJ ear cabboard. so'. It woald
Waf w jtV C iil lie baad'of some I put the b .b7 to her heart aird held him always hart -
1s.s. two (pr tbre_ doses fe1ftIeMm. like there till) her ow& Harm fleSh bed taken Alley Tad becoming:: lenient. "But. bread pork chops. sweet potatoes aa' .
s.ed hiaisAt *ai*tie Ve4op
asd in ran "Blots irs pretty looks, tf it llres I will See? Bow I'll try once woes aa' I the lines an' drove oC dAm taa "
frrS It wsstb* pleasure the gang" Uhr keep It for say ..s'n. T sever had no don't wan't soother member of The Gang road, leaTla' the fairy q een staala m.ider
pet<<4et n ht"betwevn the po* I husband nor cll11lL .. Iv. always been to break la. either. the CTiewnber tree" .
Itoemao's rouada, for not. ae among tbw poor Wd lonesome Mag. Bat please Proridence. "After I fled the horse to the enetuaber! Alley Tad paweo. wiped tn sweat _
tWs'B U It lives" So from his face with hi* deeve aDd lankal -
Q., but Seared the frtit. refl-faed. well ted ,. Ill line tree I went bact' to where the fairy
.... rocAd oa the faces of Us bfo.ann.r.. I t
stood and 10 and behold! she had cue ;
done be aald. "Ttat's tM eel eft / : -
-" --.H a watermelon. There It was u crUp and fah'y stjory.** -
of. red aad ja ey as aorthin' yen ever _w. Kan stretched ber anoa and looted lit -
Nothing to Brag Her an' me et It alt Than she sU WBe Alley Ta4 togntrtagty. -JUy I speak* r
amelf ) : 'What else do yea wait, ttttto belT the aakefl.TRuv .
Oby da'tratM. haag.a. tig.r I'fe tees dressed In a drsu.rr \ren sir :0.tbvigbt aa' tbovrbt. for ;.p abeaO. panB&teaUlDey 'Tad.
a';.. bad >a. Ugh: And still I liner strut and brag a minute er Then I salt, fu takea Tfefl, I'd a-wWie4 for aa ottocsbfle -
.50. 1"_ new srtt of clothe from the top of aa' a lot of caoil r ;;
And try to show oC: great. ay head t. the sole of ay feet! Aa' "As' rd wkt i ftr a ATM aa* BMW : v!
can L Of all the things In Christendom what do you al think? IB aoother mia t skat**" doctored aHotaw aeakerBlatl .( <', '
Its bOIS la FANTS,I bate I saw cooing trots the sky a big handle "Lb. gung" i t
which tdl right la ia I uaOt. It lUre "
WeD WALKs By cone* tie. oa% w nM4 'I
sad ca-r tu ancst oit wtu_a rtst-Oat .t.UeT Tad. IT yes all dotft K off ta. -
ur any kid my make ever .... It was abeaoty. pcTAiwat bVll make R worm for ywiT : 1
235 I just ran off Mbln4 a grape The gang" rprteflbf to % feet ran I
tree and put U .n. nee I semis back: of la rartova dlrectiocs as A. blaccMtcazft $. 1
to the fairy q1H She uid I took*! roani tLa cot Leg *ted b4 t. 'i imaa.
Ic swell, too. Ihea aU said. lUke oc.thar an mistake la Be so a4 at th* : 4,)

wish."I wish little you'd boy:get anew dress aa' boa- t.oUalL After aU was oM. and the &of f.' : I

::1:1I s ,;; net for 11cr/ I said Aa' swe u aayHrht, th* yottevnaa growing faint fa the d..
:. : ; 4Jj down from the sky dropped a track with the *U wwnaa pee har arm __ 'i't&Qce. !,
a fine green silk dress for Ber ..' a brae the shoulders of Alley Tad and aaUj .. i.j
bonnet aU triaaed U red
.' plush flavara do wtab that fairy story had beca a to ,
: An' there wu a pair ot new toeUo's aa' .ae-toe my Uttle kids sake, not fer :
'S :S1- a pair of shoes. That Fairy dlda't 4* raise* t t
,f no fooUn', I ten: 70*. -Ob, It wd com Its* tf I I.. beg .
i '' .I) -, Then I decided Td fill the hansom nougX" repM Alfcy TM. hU *ra. 'f'
I. \1--t. ,. .1.' TWH have a fairy -.. Instead, an* I'll *. te teller" cab an' go home to the city M fast M a faraway star that stem .v ee bis a.*4.I ..
-I I.Ke I could drier, for I was anxious for Ber "' men to be the good talry myseLf aa' .'
: ; TTTT the o'd woman as fce said "her." raised In the city, I was walkin along trottin'.down Its road, outside tie field, to see what all I via bringta her. Th* brtog everything .w yes that yes ..... ,
Pretty soon the pavement about the then a field full of watermelons pears a great big white horse with a black good fairy queen helped me to pick from so I do. If I dido t leer hive BO pew ..' -
: door of the tenement was covered with en' grapes when a beautiful lady came mane: an' tail hitched t* a floe hansom the trees encumbers orange bananas.plnms maw boned to ins you've beg both, 1
the sitting figures of little boys and approaching me from behint a tree full cab There's,. your rig,* spoke the fairy .grapes an'-aa'- *n* great big yearsof shore yes bar*. Ao" I doBXMB to for .I
girls, all as quiet as mice. They all stood of cucumbers. 'Little boy,' says she, queen. I jumped up off the watermelonan' green com. The ws dog a lot*f tomatoes ret It.; T1I by 7"- !II rID gmowe4weed. J'i
..4. In awe and reverence of Alley Tad and 'have yon any wish to make on this beautiful ran out an' catched the horse bridle an' potatoes aa' pet 'ea an into the i, lip aD" riel!. tbt I w11. r
the old woman. summer day? If so,* says she "Jest and tied him to the encumber tree. I hansome cab. Them, la toy nw salt and 1
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"Now, owlas to the heat-which Is the speak it out, for I'm a fairy queen an' intended to wait till I was thin wistfaT hlaia' new .boesr I got ta t* start for 'That u..... :..
fiercest ever-we'll not bare the reg'Iar I grant the wishes of good little children before I started for home." home. 'AD1t1 11r else, Bttlc boy? asked Did .
parade of the Tenth. Infantry," announced .' 'I'd wished fee a otter-mobile," half the fairlY queeB. *les'IB.' I aaawend. Td word which yea -hr*r coot aarsl Ue Bomber .*
: Alley Tad "We H have a fairy story laatead. "Of course you kids may believe 'at I whispered :SU. forgetting the penalty for like It if yon could mate Her an 'a* Sc tion may soaod shooed,flew but, au mo. f
an' Ill be the teller" atn b that wvtf orrrr be tired toonan linen .1
was surprised. 'Y, she b4 will<<1 growta speaking daring the narrstlTC. say less tbS art many words which ,
A little sigh of assent ran' 'round tbe- right out of her shoulders, all full of "You would, would yon?" asked Alley so rich that wed ann gn bugry seas neb aa eK. Not a poo- t.
I crowd on the pavement and Nan; the white feathers. She flopped 'em when Tad raising ida eyebrows sarcastically, aa' be*wttaoat an la the winter If yea Bled jon; but on* OM A pair flew of of ears.to* :! '
center of the group, exclaimed "Make she talked and they fanned away the 'Well: an' maybe rOil we-nlda a-fcad the please weeds that are so Mesoed are ftrea her, '
t"'n.re 're ethers jcsts elegant, .,, her a real fairy story Alley Jad. or. mosketeers and files. I set down on a chance fer -yoa'r too fond of ipeakto* "Well the good fairy said she thought After reading: them rw, trr to dad u ti' .
without harmg thaHtry. make her Bawthia at all." watermelon to rest and think what I when yon're net Invited to," she cort fix U aO right She said _.'4 many mot a* y" eaa: Tear, smaar ', '
'Sbe'U be real, shore enough" prom- wanted most. Then I decided I'd like to "'Oil, I fergot. Allay Tad." said Ban eome to ovr horse at Might! aa* teach Her cte.r; fear hear, near, rear, pear, dna? t
t. ised! Alley Tad. "Aa' all mind I did. I a.' me wtth bet wand aa' make ss strong ..
n wy; that those pants are ,our.1im-1 now year hare all the ice-cream and herrla 'at I quietly. -Haaest lairs, was aadbear. .1
We1 what;.thsCt-Goodness 1 manners an keep" roar lips buttoned. I'm could eat Bat I wanted eaeogh fer that taken with JeI' story that I-cfaaa -.. wail .o'I.-4.TV lee fixed say Toe w1U ioti that the ar Wan .
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( LESLIE E. BROOKS I nNO SUCCESS I CITY I

I PANAMA

I IREAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE : I WITHOUT





i. FOR ALE 4.:. RETURNS RENTS MONEY COLLECTED PLACED MADE. AT AND INTEREST PROMPT ON Installment SYSTEM buying FLORIDA I I


I REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES. For anyone looking for a comfortable
__ ___ 4 real estate will make you little home with large grounds. \\> have :
4 WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN the very place, situated on West Garden
: PROPERTY CAN SELL YOU systematic. You vill find street corner "F." high point commandsa :

:. 2 Dwellings on East on Wright large street corner..lot....107x110.........feet...,..excellent.....Seville.....neighborhood.................,$2100$4500 00 00 .: EITH WANT ER. TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? that when you must doa I Just Corner good the property view place: house for and one in embraces wanting splendid a C repair.small lots. HEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL j

street near square
East Zarragossa CAN SELL IT. with large grounds.
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: 6-room dwelling on thing can alwaysdo convenient home
you
cia street ..................$1000 03 : I And. too. Garden street property is sure i
Intend
en
East is/ BAY
: Large 1 story dwelling! on : Fire Insurance Placed in it. The best work to improve. in value. Price. ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS


:. 7-. om 150 feet dwelling.stone excellent walk' stables neighborhood., etc. .....on...East......Hill.....with.....lot....110x-.....$4500 00 I. First-Class Companies. always done under pres- l $2,000.Do :F :

dwelllrg on Wright street, near Palafox ..........$8000 00 sure. When rent day : Mill :
2-story, 8-room : have Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing ma-
lot on East Gadsden street, lot 120x132'/i' comes you always :
6-room dwelling on corner ................. 41 investment paying : Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot
with bath and !gas .. .. ................. $325000 ready. you want a small chinery here.
feet 4 HOMES FOR SALE. the rent money a handsome interest! Then look al : :
North Alcaniz street, with lot I street renting at U ,: Wharf built. Bank and Store buildingsgoiig
located
desirably! : on and it 416 W. Zarragossa Wagon
:. 5-room 50x170 dwelling feet.! ... .... ... .............. ........._............... $2000006room :, $3300-Elegant 7-room dwelling on Hayne Buy a home pay per month, for. quick sale ,: Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing :
street all modern. like rent. \V have a up.
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at Goulding, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of

: land dwelling. ... ..... ........ .. ............,............ .-n..n. $250000 :: $4200-7 rooms. Alcaniz. near Gadsden number of places that $600. : the city.GET. :
4, all modern. .

.. 4I:: $4000-10 rooms. East Jackson. a bargain. can be bought and paid -f':
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i HOOTON & WATSON : $2500-6 all rooms.modern.Jackson and Guillemard. for with rent money. sale If,you list have with r us. We'll of sell any it.kind for I'i: IN ON THE GROUND FLOORWrite i


'I $4750:. 7 rooms. North Barcelona all .

| THE RENTAL AGENTS, I modern. : or See :

-4 I $1200-4 rooms, East Strong, new house. McDAVlD-HYER CO. S. Browui & CO. .

Insurance and Loans See our list!! for others. If you are In .
Estate. York
I Real the market call and let us show you any Agents New THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY j i
I: of these or others. Life Insurancs Company. Thiesen Bldg. Phone 918. i

| No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54.q 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., .
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For
Rent. I
: ..44 4..4$4-) ........G.......ooSe1G.4..i. Phone 700. Pensacola Fla. "\Ve Sell Lots. ......................o..t..tLOUISVilLE
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Two large stores each 27 by 75. 104 I I __ __
and 106 South Tarragona suitable for -
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-HELP WANTED. I WANTED. ----1 poses.storage warehouse or mercantile pur _. I for SatRe & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPAQ

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work and to I AXTI-D-Iyeo' golfer to chew CHIC- Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
for office
Lady SALENICE
\VANTED-
take orders. Civ-' age ,!xperinee amireference. KTS on the links.MAXTEDPojt1on. LESLIE E. BROOKSReal FOR READ UP
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Salary$1.;' per ThrpeiiitheIFarinrii READ DOWN Trains Not
with -tamp. F. E. Barr. P(>n. al..la. Kla I as Commissarj"! Clerk Trains Nos. 3 1
lonovlt and bookkeeper. Eight years' experieiKt. Estate 2 4.

best of references. Address I' O. ] 11:7Iam ..........._....... .................. \ 6:00am' 4 "' :TI
'TtD-Evory yonn man to ask his Box 55 Freeport Fla. llnovlw : COTTAGE ON 6:30am 1:05pm\ iOpm Ar..............:.. ................. 9:3apmll.i.a1:41am
doctor about CHICLKTS.VANTED -- and insurance. ( 9:10pm ................ ; ................ I 4pm, .
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I WANTED-Young man of experience 1:25p 3liam .................. !
S \ -An" expe.en" Journal<'t'd cook. Ai IltuYWANTEDTWO >i ly I wants position as collector or outside EASY TERMS. 3.37am .......____....... .................. 9:17am ItIsa1:25am ,
at once to \. Care -- ritging.; Address at once to D. M.. Care Phcne 462. 112 S. Palafox. 27 crops, 15 virgin. 12 worked year anda : 8oam .................. .................. I 3:00am: t1: 1
energetic young ladies I Journal. l4novH'WANTED half. Tract is heavily timbered. Near' 7IOamZlOprn .................. .................. 8:43pmI3.JQvIll

to solicit orders for a household necessity. 5-room cottage and three a new railroad. This is an excellent at bust-the :50pml ; Lv....................Kash'le....................Ar paml! :I: tIara J
Address is. P. \.. Box 104 City.: TO RENT-Small cottage or 'ness proposition for any operator :.10am.8.3am: ) \ Ar...................Louisville..Lv \tI:4IamIhtOamIllOOn'n :')pn
12novlw: a suit of rooms in desirable locality, large lots on the corner ofj price offered. ( ................... ..................Lv II.OOpm 'Mpm .
furnished unfurnished. Apply lJ..

RELIABLE WOMAN to cook fci smsllfaalv Donovan, Box or 334: City. 8nov !I "F" and Intendencia streets I NEW CITY LOTS.Buy BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS. .t

pet good neal", asr s Century.and have Higlit good horn paity Address can-i I BIDS will be received until November i For( ) SSlll (in the Maxent tract). The suburban property now and make 6&1 2&3 4&1 3& % iTTI7:00am .

J B., tVntury. Kla. VnovTt i, :20. Hue: for the removal of building I II' is rich and can the usual spring profits. 1lO5pm'IlSham: Lv..Pensacola..Ar I S.OOam 4:00pm Ii 1 .'p'n f
---- -- I' known as St. Anthony's hospital on Garden ground you I 0liam: 2:55am1:: 4.1pm: ........-.... ........... [,lZ:40am\11i3am 'tirmI
COMPETENT guards and matrons wanted 'I street front present location to cor- raise enough vegetables in] $ 850-Buys % block. ten lots. In good. 6. Opm 1:15am. 8:15pm Ar........ New Orleans..Lv I Jo.:15pm. .. .. !' 2'a'.1 I ::1{
I at the Florida State Reform schooLOnlY ncr of Garden and DeVillier streets. I locality of New City. A barpain.'Co
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1St rollbOc. th}; perrons who mean I I Building'! to be set in place in new loca- il- .
business need apply. Make application I I tion in as good condition as it now is. the garden on the place to FLOMATON PENSACOLA, RIVER JUNCTION AND .JACKSONVILLE.Pensacola. ... l'It
"with commendation to Walter flasvLiupt. .. t[ Right i reserved to reject any or all bids. $4500.For for it. Plenty of IOYAEUEI %1 I I j Trains do not stop at stations 2 I 4 Ii
.. Marianna. Fla SnovlOt, :| Alex Lischkoff. 7novCONKETS most pay LailyDallyDallyDailyJ, I I where no time is shown I IDatly: Daily! Dalh -I';:, : 't
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-- black- new two-story. 8-room house with room to raise chickens also. .S....... 4:55 2:311 %' >! Lv..........}O.lomaten..Ar 1t 1:21j: 1 5:11: 1I
TED-Fil'it-class carriage I celebrated Roup Cure. Choleia two halls and two large galleries; an ....... :: %:3"1 %: 1 ............Century............. 1:40 1:21 8 ;11......
smith and woodworker.John Good G.positionfor Welsh. clIre. lice and mite Killer as wellas artistic, up-to-date home, with all modern Will sell on easy terms. 200 Thiesen Building. ...... :: 2:41: .3:0 ..........Bluff Springs .......... .1:33 1:1' 11:1: ;; ...... Iii
right man. Address an unexcelled" Egg Producer. All improvements, situated on car line on .S : .2.51 : 4J. ...lIcDavid ............ '12:2:,. 1:0 8\6.: .....
Carriage! Works IVntacola, Fla. Vort guaranteed and a splendid pade. of high point overlooking the bay. at southwest ::A 3:04 : .. .........Pine Barren.1ZQm r ; ......
wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. corner of 16th avenue and Jackson. $1200. Phone 686. .-------5:1!!:: Sl: : _.............Molino --........... .ell:511! lZIs.31. ; 47........
-' ----- --- -- --'-- I 1 S. Meilcn & Co.. Pensacola. Fla. Phone .S..... :::n. :4:04j ............Qulntett ............ .UII'IU, : '7:79:: ......
334. "nov I ...... 's53: .::: 4:11..Cottage: lull ........... .31:44 .33:23:: .;.:;f.......
BOARD AND ROOMS.FOR $1300.For List your property withme. ...... 'a:57: : .. ..........Cantonement.......... 'B: "( 12:6. 7:71.:; ......
_uuuuu__ WANTED-Position as saw filer or superintendent : .6:0l: :: :.0 .............OOn alt"z............ .11:3 .l2lll .I:6: ......
i or mill foreman by a 5 lots fronting south on the.north- I can sell l it. FOR SALE. ::::::. .a:03: .3::.: .:::% .............Roberts............. ...11:33.1:131.:24.,, : .....
RJo-XT-TlI'o furnished front rooms ]competent man. References furnished. east corner of 15th avenue and 7th street. -- S :: :: .............OIive.............. ...11:% .tQs 1 '7ia.,...... ,
for rent, suitable for lifjht housekeep- Address: J. W. Lasbeter, Andalusia, Ala. ::::::. e ::2i :::i .:::: .. ...............Brpnt.............. 1'.11.1:> '.:.: ..:091. .. ...
in?. Use of pl.or.e and bath. Phone Cnovlm FOR SALE-One new twin screw steam ....... 6:2a .::: .4Slt' ............ Goulding ............ l'llll.'J\ !:OI ; 0;,'. ...
1SllJ! ; East Gatisdeu. llm>\lm tug.; 14 feet beam.Address 70 feet L.long.W. Johnson Now on, :_..__._.... '::30 4:;;uv.;':' : JJ 1 Ar......... Pensacola. .......Lv ,1l-= ; 11:11; ;;11I'. j
-- -- WANTED To rent, hous on North Honey to loan at lowest market rate the gulf coast. t
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FOR RENT-Pleasant t".JTnlched room, of interest. J. W. Bullock Jr.Real Lake City }la. lnovlw I i I I I I jNo. 11 ,
Hill with 6 or 7 rooms will lease for
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southern exposure second !U>or. Corner One year from date of December 1. Address Mortgages on real estate In this city FOR SALE 8 room house good location I I I I I I tat
10th avenue and 121U: street, near liust Pensacola Investment Co. 3nov2tWANTED : bought and sold. best water-in the city. A bargain. Apply Too........ .....' 1:00 Lv..Pensacola..Ar 10:10..I; J:!

Hill car line. _ tlnov All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" Estate and Mortgage Loans 9th avenue and 16th street 13novlm C 50.. ..............t. 7:1 ............Boht'mia............ I.. .....\...... ...... :: :
furnished I -To rent a six-room htnse in, street now for sale. a 5:%: ...... ...... 1:15 ...........Gull Point........... ......\.......;
P.OOMS FOR in r.tXTXh'ely n i hoorhood. Apply a desirable neisbhorSiood. by a immanent 302 Building. FOR SALE-,-111 acres excellent pineappleand C 6:25...... ............ .. ............Ynlestra............ I.elO:33\\...... ......;\\0: f)
front room quiet tenant. Address Box 103, CIty. Room Brent a .. ...... ..... t
Churrh street. Ilnov2: \ orange land on Jupiter river; excellent 1:111 ... ....Esrambla............ \ :
203 East ISoctlmWANTED market; close to railroad; three .C : :% .. ].Iulat............. .............' l ':\. fi'lJt
Phone 637 miles from ocean; some improvements; 5:29..a.. ..... ..............Ha.rp.............. ..... ......1.10. .1
FOR BLENT-One newly furnished ro n.. -All kinds beer bottles. I pay Fisher Real Estate Agency healthy locality. Address J. E. Benelield.Aycoek : .. : City............ '
Hath and gas. 23 South Spring street lie: dozen. I hanoit all I leading brands I. Fla. Snov 5:57..a.; : ............. .10:1'1\\ '
llnov of wine beers ana "whiskiesand still A ; .i H H Hii ........... : :Ep1: \ !\
OF RENTS
manufacture that well-established cough COLLECTION FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furni- : ...... ...... : .............. I
BOARD AXD ROOMS at No. 200) Went medioine. Joe Roth corner Tarragona SPECIALTY. FOR SALE.FOR ture business at 138 East Intendencia : ............. : .. .. ............. .
Roman street: good::: fare; $::.50 per and Government Sts. Hoot street Address Box 3:5, City. Snov 1:40: ...... ...... ':3 ............Crf'stvlt"w............ .':0' .......\.. '
\ieelc. Mrs. Laura CJonies. 8nov2w: Pone! 87. 206 S. Palafox st. S 8:09.. ..... ........8:5' Land. .......... ............ ..,;. '
WANTED-At once a four or five-room SALE-One 80 H- 'P. Return Tub. FOR SALE-Six-ton schooner. 56 feet S 8:33.. ..... ...... ':I ...........Mossy Head.......... .. ........... :
FOR RENT-Rooms with or without cottage Must be dote *n and in.lour-good lar boiler. 4S inches diameter 20 feet over all 11 feet beam round bottom.copper 9:16........ ....... 9 3.... ........DeFuniak Springs....... .. .............. : )

Bus board.St. Men only. Apply 17 West La- !neighborhood.!\.L Address: 123. Care Hsept; MONEY TO LOAN. I long; complete except with smoke front stack.and all Moore accessories -i,I with fastened good sail tight and and gear.in good A bargain.condition S 9:30..S: ::::: :::::: .7:44.:::::: :::::: :-S

Ice Co., Gardner and Mauresa! Sts. King & Runyan. 4nov : .. .7:29......... ......\ ,
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7nO\'lm'l TAILORING ; O'.amond Tailor. 14novl 3:44..Argyle..C. .
TWO NICELY furnished rooms Gent s clothing; cleaned pressed and repaired UNLIMITED amount money 'to loan on FOR SALE OR LEASE-6-room and hall 3:521..C g;; !:::::: ::::::. .. :: I..::::::..:::::., '. ''

with or without board; privilege! ). ,' on short notice. No. 11% WestGovernment all kinds personal property. on short I FOR SALE and immediate delivery! one cottage with outbuildings attached .] I .. .'::31 ...... .....I 4 -:
and phone .nven1ept to car HP*: Ad- Fla. I .
; St. Pensacola. notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before automatic tandem compound center Corner 14th avenue and 15th stree*. WriteJ. ...... .. ) .... .... 5:27..I. 4 IIfL
dieRS 1202: East Gadsden street. 27 WANTED R. Bingham wants your Palafox. 4novlm and two return tubular boilers. 72 Romana street. 4novi : ...... ...... 11:5 ....llartanna............. ':1.1.. ..... ......:
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS suitable -i moving and hauline. He guarantees inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full 12:<<....... ..... : ...C-prC'fI. ............. .. ..... ...... I
for tight housi-Keepinjr. with privilege all: breakage _I'hone 630._ SCOOO:: .00 to loan on good security. Pensa- particulars apply Stone & Webster En){. i FOR ,SALE-Bridge score pa/Is. 25c; .1:55... .............11:5:.. ..........Grand Ridge.......... : ..
of bath. Apply 222 Wc-si Uclmont.28oct. cola Investment Company. 30oct Corporation, Box 830. Pensacola. 14nov I j "&00. pads 2;)c. Visiting cards. wedding 5:32.. :
WANTED-Carriages repaTred awl reca'.iitej I invitations fine stationery, etc. C. M. 1:13.12:0'.Sneads--------------a. .. I.- : fL fLte
; floats built to order; hor e HAVE YOU IDLE MONET In the bank! FOR SALE-Fish net for sale' 170 yards I Robinson. *OS West Gadsden. Phone 799.Representing : .. ( '
shoeing a specialty.' J. G. Welsh Carriage I ran get you 8 per cent on the best!! long. :9 I feet deep. Apply to R. H. Cas- ', Chas. 1L Elliot Co., of I \ I AM I .
furnished
FOR in private RJoXT-l'e\\"ly family snutlu-rn t'ont exposure room, Co. possible security. Leslie E. Brooks. 112South well. foot of Alcaniz street. Hnovltv_ Philadelphia. 3nov2w Trains 21 and 22! and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between Prnza-:

desirable neighborhood and neat business' W XTED-The Merc\ants Transfer Co.wants Palafox. oct20 FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed FOR LE-One first-class turpentine" cola and Jacksonville River Junction and Seaboard Air Line. -r
renter. Use of hath, gus an-l phone. your movln-/ and hauling.! 'All LOANED on real estate and Pointer I'uppi.g. $10 and $Hi. Signed. farm. Eight crops low boxes. Round
Apply to ts: : West Gregoiy or phone 13r 8. T. B. MONEY ,. Trains stop on signaL
I breakage guarantee Thorson. personal property on short notice. Eagdad Kennels!;, Bagdad. llnovlm timber enough with place to cut thirty
ZSoctlmNICELY II Proprietor. Phono 978. Terms easy. J.V.. Bullard. 28% South .--- ---- crops more. Do -not apply unless you -- -
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Palafox St. Phone 1144. FOR SALE-On< ,-rocm house In good mean ousiness. Aaaresa Floe 14. urFuniak -
FURNISHED: ROOMS for WANTED-All kinds of electrical work. condition. with two large lots. near Springs Florida.. Must bo sold I II St.
"with or "without iioard. TaMe r'nt'l I sell all kinds of electrical: batteriesand I CAN LEND TOUR MONET at eight car line. A bargain if sold at once. Apply I by November 20th 19WJ. 2noil2t! Andrews and EVANSVILLE &
Phone, gas anti bath. ='0. ; other electrical suppU('!'. When you per cent. If you have any that you 339;; Brent building. llnov
.! need me ring 345 or 955. E. W. Peake want Interest on. see me aoout it. It I PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The Gulf Steamship Co. .
._ New Star Laundry Bld7 U. Garden. will be absolutely safe on real estate FOR SALE-..Half-interest in one of the Journal-a magnificently illustrated
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security. Leslie E- Brooks. Phone 462. best furniture houses in South Alabama.Kwson I'magazine, containing scores o? view of STEAMER TARPON.W. TERRE HAUTERAILROAD .
FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 "IF.D-"t"r..nd-ha"d packs of all descriptions for selling i to demote more time I the city and harbor. For sale.t all C. BARROW. Master
\ 2loct wanted. If out of town. ship I MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows to other interests. Call on or address. book stores or at The journal office. By
v. Chase street. FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER
them to \ sif: in town. ring us up at ='0. money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 144 I S. Sheppard, :Florala Ala. llnovlm mail 20 cents. JUtiti AND I Ili
-- Eli: or bring them to UI at corner of E. Government St. When In need call --- FREIGHT SERVICE. It
--- Chase:' and Alcaniz Sts. F. & Mel'.en! & us.'MOXEY. FOR SALE-Forty acres lana. well timbeted i FOR SALE. AT A BARGAIN-% .OOO -Between- II t It
I on THE TO
LOST. ;Co ::!JUlY good house. 1'4 miles! east of brick one 35-horse power engine, 100 DIRECT LINE t
I LOANED on all kinds of per- Olive. Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerclds. P. O. feet 1-inch pipe. This engine jus. tile PENSACOLA, MOBILE. APALACHICO.
so'nal property on short notice. Terms Box 16 4. City. 9novlm thing for a small saw milL Address Box LA, CARRABELUE. ST. AN. II I
:I & Co., 2 W. Romana 103."Pensacola Fla. 31octlna DREWS. MILIV1LLE. CHICAGOand
LOSTDiamon.rood.. pin; lost between I easv.' J.: B. Gray i i
MISCELLANEOUS.WAGON horse; large furniture !
Hayne and P.tlafo-s, or on Palafox. Itcward : Phone 116 Web FOR SALF.-Lanrt"and bay harness in god con FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam And all points on St. Andrews Bay Car. I
for return to t;. )(. Wilson 12nov4t* wagon rabelie and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE. all points in the
: .. amount of money to loanon dition. Price J125.00. Fisher Furniture i iHouse. j I engine steam drying room moulds I II'
We
-- -- -- AND CARRIAGE SHOP- UNLIMITED
and 140 East Intendencia and everything complete for carrying on
LOST-Two standard t'attrnsof waist are now in our new quarters. Ill E.Intendencia all kinds of personal property. Sp"- 128 Snov I business together with the finest bed of Leaves Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 p. m, North and Northwest.
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and skirt. Ranl for return to 'JS: entrance also at 215 cial rates to business men on large II street I I'' pottery clay hi Esrambia county. Located for :Mobile Ala. t
East Gregory street. UnovltI5ST and prepared to do everything Romana.1 loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204 K FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timber | right in the city. Apply to or address Leave Pensacola. Tuesday *:30 p. m. f
and carriage building and (' South Palafox. 12.500 saw mill timber and sawmill R. P. Reese. IGseptf for St. Andrews, Millville Apalacbicola.
-Near Chris Taharas's Oyster !>. -. i* Herring Plume 923: ; City. 14oct.MATTRESSES land., 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several I I' Carrabelle and intermediate points. Exceptionally Low RounJ-
pot a calf skin pocketbook. with farms and town properties. FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures; For additional Information anply to
in it. Will give half of the bill RI-XOYATED-l'ew tick good bUllard tables etc. In Hue J. R. SAUNDERS.
money &.Setterlind Chipiey, Fla. pool and a I Rates
for. Its return to Dr. Thos :5. Mitchell.Unovlw. furnished it desired. Guaranteed. Car- FOR SALE.FOR Write Gentry 23sept : location.t a bargain if sold at once. E .R. COBB President Trip to all Summer
pet taken up and matting laid. Leave Address box 103. City. 23ept General. Frt. and Pass. Agt. Pen.
--- Parker Reese Co.'s. 1 t sacola, Fla. I Tourist Points.
orders at Watson
a FOR SALE-Driving m rE'. 4 years old. ,
LOST-Small red monkey; answers tmname. Wesley Duncan. Tsept SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen traveler.! Any lady can [ NEARLY GOXEunnlr postals of
"Frisco." Reward for return to -- ---- & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood gentle good 200 Thiesenbuilding. I storm scenes in Pensarola. 10 for !5c. li liI
R.
. Jos. Thomas'. restaurant, next to Lewis J. It PORTER. sallmaker. 718 South ,case. A bargain. Piano :an be seen drive her.. C. Yaeger CNov. Send quick. P. P. P., Box 336. Snov D. H. Hlllman S. 1.. Rogers.G. .
Louse, opposite depot ISNovlw : Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. 1 by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. Sect. COLORED LODGE. P. & T. A. General Agent

awnings:; camp stools and house cots Evansville. Ind. Nashville, Tend
.. .
I Prices reasonable. lImo
etc.
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HOTELS. I SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinxie Oe.tln;; I Howard Council Xo. 1 and Bethlehem -I .-
1: & Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE.Send Independent
and grocers. Only first-<1a.ss house Council No. 2, Orderof LANARKOn
I 1 (.f kind in city. Fair prices to all. Sons and Daughters of St. Luke,'
HOUSE-300 feet west of UnionDtwU
BRIGGS .1------ meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nights ;
on Wright street; best location; repaired ar-1 repainted
CARRIAGES
best rooms; best house to stop:!Ioctlm.DROWN at. Rates* ,i Floats built to order. Horse shoeing; it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help have anythingto of each month at their hail on Tarragona I the Gulf of Mexico.
toe per day. a specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com- between Inteadencia and Ro'

HOUSE-DeFunlaK Spria. rany. 27febWILTON sell rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the mana streets. D. Howard F. C. H,f

Good beds airy rooms, elegant meals; UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie }Rev. C. H. Jones, Secy., No. 1 Frank Hunting and fishing season noW'"

freebala and sample rooms. Special Mims, Proprietor. Furniture repairing work. Scott F. C. H. Stella Dawson Secy.," Oyster beds within easy rescn.0g3. .
attention to traveling men. Rates $:00 of all kinds carpets laid furni- _ Vrt. .
.. per day. J. R. Brown, Prop. ture packed for shipping. Phone 63.i :. novlO-lmpd I -
Next to Tampa landing. 22april -- -- -- I ai *
'
i -- exceptional advantages
all the : a
S HOTEL. American SOt."TlIEI'.l"open and European plan. SIX I ORDINARY WORDS I MAttE -I' ONE LINE. place' to,spend part of the winter montrs.LANARK
year. summer rates. First-class inevery jit ALFMAN.-.Tln. Copper and Sheet Legal Advertisements.

Special
t I work and
Pleasant and convenient. Iron Worker: cornice skyi -
respeot. Pensaca'a. i lights a specialty; roonn :'. jruttenng and
Urs. T. L. Bowen Prop. -: INN.
ISapr repairing. 109 East Gcrvernment. opera ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
'
Fia. house building. Phone 1316. Ijunelm Notice is hereby given to creditors !*-

BAY HOTEL-Open night and day Eurort' jralees. distributees, and all oUcr persons Under new njanagement, modem i"dI
- ln plan. Rooms light and clean. -- ---- I having claims or demands azalnst. the I I well kept; will afford special attentlor to
Transient trade solicited 575-5 South estate of Mary Bauer, deceased! to present 'hunting and fishing parties.Rehed .
J'sJafoL Jos. S. Nicolau. Prop.PERSONAL. i FOR RENT. r. I the some to the undersign within I
;, two (2) years from thin date. November
S : I, 190 C. F. BAtJEgAdministrator I by the Georgia Florida; *
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FOR RENT-Until May 1st, 1907) cottage i 'r- -. I cum testamento armrest Alabama Railway. Convenient ichedu.e-
at Fisherrllle. overlooking the bay and __ novloawfw Tourist rates now in erect.
beautiful location partially I fur- I
__ u___ 'tli.I.shipping Particularly suitable: for parties I' CREW NOTICE. I
.ling winter here and wishing to do I 1 Xeilh"r the Captain. Owners for hotel accommodations write LANARK
*RT an ounce of OHICL17T3:: to-day. ''light house keeping. Rent $1250. Inchid- t nor Consign* of the Ru.t .- INN. Lanark, Fla.

.. -- in< city water. AddressB," Care Jour- A. sian skip Harbinger will beresponsible I
9novlw for debts
contra -
ImL above is 25 cents fir3t insertion .-ied t,y the crew of said : For schedules. railroad rstes. etc.. writ
i iI
FOUND. I want ad'filling the space vessel. I WILLIAMS.
rate on a HKLLSTROM.Captain.. J.
_. FOR RE"CT-Xr R. Blngham has storage Rafes-The I : ,
suitable for funJture ORD1. Cen. Pass. Agent.BaInbridge.
room for rent insertion. Send cash with the ad. .
lilt and 106 South Tarragona for each additional consecutive I Consignee. G.t.Jr I
- FOlM: >-.An opportunity to trot fi.1 of or other goods. and 5 cents a day
Phone 63?
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M RKET_REPORT It's The no longer secret'difficult to get out good* GOUIiGIL Ii SETS We are offering some dresseddamagedlumber 'The*American Report AT of PENSACOLA.the National Condition of Bank i I I


NAVAL STORES. whiskey-that is, if will IN THE STATE '
you get Of FLORIDA. A*-
Satannah. Ga.. Nov. 14.-The naval away from the habit of taking at bargain.. TILE, CLOSE QT BUSUiE83. I
stores November IX 1300.Resejrces.
VULCANITE1ROOPING market closed to-day>> as follows old thin DOWN 0 ONMAYOR N
"any that's
*""\Jir ...... ... .............. ..I 90 handed I -
%vU ........:................_.......u......1010 out. That's about what you get We can fill all orders now for new Loans donuts and. ..Dia-.. '
N .. ........ .. 1 $1,445,4.lLst
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**** ...............ff nn when you're served from the bottle Ovrrdraltg:
M .......... secured
without giving the house owner who K ............--.5........................5;; 50 00 without a'' brand-usually a whiskey 'I stock shipment I secured and..mi- !
I .... .......... .. arriving daily. 12,937
It" ........,....... 40 is I U.s.Buudat;
that short
uses B a feeling of great satisfaction. .........4 20 on quality, but

WIIYause he knows that 4Vul- G Jo' ... *...."' ............405 long on profit. v > tion secure...oircula-......... 800,000.01

eaotb" Roofing is the most perfect, E n :... .............,..,.395* oo S Next time be sure to ask for I H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY. U.secure S.: Bonds U. to S. :. 't..

ecoocnical aod wearing roof protection C.' *......... 3 00 80 MARK ROGERS-look at the Deposits ....... 4 25.000W

made. (that's Why I! Spirits Turpentine; C7'r "ri.4; bottle and see that you get it. (Continued From Page4) Other secure Bonds U. to a- 11

PENSACOLA Then you'll get a whiskey worth them to know what was contained in Deposits ...... t 5OOOQ.Of
COTTON MARKET. Premiums on V.
Vulcanite Roofing The following Pensacola cotton quota while-with all the age, purity and three specifications.. S. Bonds ...... 15,00000<

tions are furnished by J. P. O'Connor & bouquet that :a good whiskey must Alderman Calm stated in reply, have for Furniture aDd
terrors
Co. F. O. B. cotton brokers, Pensacola no you fixtures ....... 10,1148
is UNIVERSALLY used. }la:. have. Do this once- that the contractor had the right to WASH DAY'teed send Due from Na-
Good Middling your washing to Banla (not r_
.......
Old roofs can be CO\"ered.quickIy andJ Strict Middling .. .9-* e then you'll get the look the gates of the place, providedhe serve agents).. 38,114.41'Due

like new. "No speculation about Middling .}...r..*........a4 -P habit. did not keep out any of the city The New Method Laundry, from State
Strict Low Middling ..........9* PHONE 118S .E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. See Veth.d lanrfr BU|. w.IO.nUl Banks and .
"Yulcanite.MAit Stains and tinges nomi i L $ I MARK ROGERS officials. AGENTS WANTED. Bankers ...... 63,931.13

fOrth''HOUS'iTha Bull"! \ can be had at all good Chairman Zellus again wanted the Due v ronese ap-

New York Cotton Market. I ,J\ places, but you may specifications read, 'saying that agents ........ ",ae1.71
cit poretion
You can get It rirti !in town. :-,. Checkd and other .

A. :M. Avery Hardware Co.MIMJLLAN January ... 8 Open..90 10 High..03 Low 9.9J Close 9.99 \ have to ask for it.....It's was not what he wanted them to cash items.. 11,73374
March .....1O12 1019 1003 1014 V worth while. know. Notes of other 1
May ......1032 10.30 10.14 10.3 Nation Banks 4,000.00
December .. 9.87 1001 934 9.9S _." _'. I Regular Business. $$1 a Gallon Saroma Prepared PaintA Fractional currency paper nickels -

New Liverpool York Spots.Spots 5.61.10.TO. !:.:ic BLUTHENTUAL"BlCU1T"B I The council then left the city hall ,and cents. 349.51.
:
BROS.CO Lawful Money
matter, while Alderman Muldoa

"" Wheat- Open.Grain Market.High. Low. Close., 1,-: &1 B' 'placed his resolution fa writing, an&. splendid covering for cottages, barns, roofs Specie Reserve Bank- Viz. in

order of business
took the regular .
'f-1jdE'STIllS December ....74 74:! :.- up 111,823.65
g 73t ;414 "THE and iron structural work. Is also
CIlUT BIG adaptablefor
Leg 1-
May .....78% 7914 78i4 734! HOUSE"1ATLANTA Alderman Maura gave notice of the a
fJP Corn- introduction, at the next meeting of painting on stone and plaster. tendernotes .
-.- J- ... December ....42% 42% 42* 4** an ordinance giving the StandardOil 42,242.QO54,0
t1- May...........43: &. 43% 4j: 43\ Redemption fund
Oats. Co., the privilege to construct a with U. S.

December .. .34 315. :tn; 34 spur Treasurer (5per
% i
track.To cent. of
May .35S_35H S5k 33S' r. W CQiij;S users-rl'BDtoal ot norpblce, Sprinkle Track. Saunders Mill Company, circulation) ... 10,000.00 2nC7I.2I

SotL Pac New...York'SteckMarket... ...... ......f'"' 901 Is : PAINLE.SS opium elixir of* l&udwmn opinmco-', the Alderman first tjme HcHugh an then ordinance read com for Flume 717* 21 East Garden,Street. Total ......... $1,696S438t

Copper .....*.....;?...'..Uft 11l i I' ,.'. polling ail street. railway companiesto Liabilities.
AR ..... ) Capital
on stock
"- Atch. ."\/,,...::7:1:::.::::::: 94;4. 133.l s9 PIUCII1teOWh1Jkey or sprinkle between the rails and for Paid In......... f 200.00000
A. R. .....:.;...:.-.....- ......154U 155% eighteen inches qn each side, where Surplus fund.... 60,000.09:
B. R. T. ....". 77 4 .. AND B. KL ltft, their lines are operated on portionsof Undivided profits,
LI. &. O. ..,...*.... .118 Iii;; 104N.FryoeS$. Palafox DeVlUier and c.W.t**"',PresWent JOHN PFE1FFER. Assist lilt Cal! tf. lees expenses
Erie ..................;..... 48% 43*,' nuiS8J C Atlanta, Georg, Gregory M.E.CLARK.Vice-President Cashlet J.W.ANDREWS Assistant Cashier and taxes paid W, 49.21
C.F.L ........ ... 51 52l I Ha ne streets. It was. referred. National Banknotes
U.1 .....--............\.... ",.:-. 4"l The ordinance providing for the outstanding
U. H. Ptd. -.... : ;
1"'lQ safety NATIONAL BANK
The StormWe R. S. ...:.:"!: ........... .'.." Si4: :l5t.; persons va railway crossingsin D1i to other National -
L. & N, ....;'.i.-... ....... :'Nt'j IH%. its ames *d form, waa. then read Banks... 85,981.Zf'
l'.ead .v...""" ...- .':".... 75 7 ISHIPPING its second flips, aad referred to site Due to State ..
M. P. ........ :.; ... : U 1 NEWS ordinance and &jr camniittea. OF HNSHCQLH, ft*. Banks and ,.-
I. Co ..........)...,......-'e"-W.113 173'6 engra Bankers -,,.. 47,520.43
Qin. Pae. .....%. % 176 Tile ordinance fisf&i the !bzlary ot Opera House Building. Due to TrustCompanies .
have alt cf
tow ( our k. Y. Co ..."{""' -r..ltt..... .. 12t! -.-... the comptroller at1.50! was read.tie: and .'
.- P. O. '___.. .!., ....,...: U\oi Clearel third time and passofl. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Sartors Hanks 39,*+k9& .\
stofm-beatjMi docks svork.lug Resd&n:" ............... \....1H.'> 1451. : Yesterday. Dividends Unpaid 90.00Indfcsttual '
....: .. Helslngborg, Swed ss, Schriel, 1641, for Reconsfdorcdtat1- deposits -
t. P. ; ,....'W. ..l1&% lU CAPITAL STOCK; $200,000. SURPLUS.U8.. .
y. .. ,
and'arc prejj rcd-to dock'anv R. L .-"'-. ... .. t1.s! 2\S Girifport in baUast 1 Aldernjan Rensha who soicd: subject Ito -
..fP..... -- ..u.a"" 33'p :-.. Sailed Yesterday. ag&uun Hjo' pass& of tjie Tjrlorswap DIRECTORS. check ... 720,83762
-se1icom 100 to 3 000 .. ..... : :'.:13:1_ l Northwaite, Br ssi.for'Galveston.VESSELS trails oidii QarderfsTi TimetIfli
> t!. P. ..... .. t .....!II: 183 jjg on CovlngUn Frank F. E. o? deposit 110,2&0.31Certified
.1" IN PORT. et, stated that\a-J&d vleitda the Henry-L: Rellly Browner chlks 167.55
tons on short notice. We,1idt Chapped Hands. Ste
estimates from Wash your hands with warm water, .Conway..Br ss, Prentice, 2378, Rio Ja- and havfixg b Qome bette* informed Bryan Dunwedy, T. F. McGourln, J, R. Saunders :United States deposits ...- 3256.50
cap- ruero to mast A. Avery W. H. 0. E.
MiHon.
r M. Maura
had objection. .... ..
He
dry with a towel and apply Cham- no there- 42,647.22Deposits
HcIsiBKbui Swed Schriel.
1122.
ss W. L.jbaMhon. Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie4hertfncAlet i"
tains and owners of vessels berlam'f alre just before going to HueUa to Hyer BrejsLewisham. fere,moved that the vote' be r poios d- : S.disbursing .
|"<#owtn, C. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. oO'
b and is Br s& Gavin,1783: Rio Janeiro ered on this ordi&ance. This .
$ a spepcty! cure certain. was .. :..... 3Z3527B-41,012,83a$3
requiring docking and re txts salve is also unpqaed for skin Whitfield: t!) the, \Vm.Br sr.1Ceyserto.Johns, 1560, West Seconded by AIctefcm'k' llufdon. vAa Jtlelj tticslt-tuws fcr'rtol at ftto '3.c. and }5H' ttdjttr. flint apartment I Notes lsd Milsffeflscounted -

pairs. cf !!eases. For asia ty all druggists. Hartlepool, to JIJer'Bros. made a similar statement, 2nd wa ia ccnnectioa for the convenience of customers. : 153,WOO! j

Ships. carried. Total ......... $1se,54.3tSTATE
5uUght Pats Fire.Out A\" nti. Nor ship, Anderson, IMS, Lon The ordinante: was ken read ngaIn Fcyirpercent interest Paid on Time Deposits.
don toJ olderFerreraj the third and Hist'tln a'.and pa1 &d. OF FUOIMDA COCNTf OF
OLLlftGER &. BRUCEDRY *An oven' jr stove sboold nevea'be Port ship Barros, 506, Lisbonto EiCAMBH..
built where tha nn vHl strike tt.f' ma f8r. Resotyticn passed. 1. M. i>. Class: Cashier the above.
ps Br ship. Spurr 2337: Rio Alderman i oldpn.'s Resolution\ was, named ):1aM do eoleranly ewear1'that th
DPCK COMPANY said an arcWtect: rSooUgot. puts' afire JaMfiQ 35 '*tth Pthe4Lumber'Co. .then read bialfflfc luting lo, the above Statement Is me to the best of

oat you know, I..bsd.'often' heard! tq.liarbixigr raa feIfgrrfV. Itus ship, 1333. Algoa Bay Board of Bond/Trasfcfcesv the ftp&d oi.Aborts my knowledge and belief.M. E. CLARK.'

MOBILE, ALA. flora old xrcQSn thataesoud not; Nor ship..E anneU, 1260 Antwerp etc., wcwa'" unanimously THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Cashier. 1
barn -veil It the mm sjgjae oa them, to Mck. Oertlng.Co.e *ssed. Subscribed and sworn to before me
: ,
Lena ttdshIi4'Tas3ara,"M81, Londonto this 14th day of November 1946
but I tbougbt tbU vras,, a superstition.I order. Afte"tto3pwh Cta4znaa1e1jS,3, 'Wante PENSACOLA W. C. RQBfiRTS,

thought the bw.ll <4 tly seemed to..; Barks. >ow t1tll,otJW o was Notary IuWio.

bum less well because tne tngbt tight Afrado. Ucu uz>zn: b ilaiagaa.. S7'Moite9Jco eipied t9 i r. >Ef IJ it had usrePresentattreqUttnoufld. A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. Correct. Attf'St-C. W. LAMAR
It ti.
to Thornoe.AIXhild.
Coal and Wood of th&sun ma<)Q tbelp flames look pal Kvsed blC'Svensen, 133:. Dur- <--e. M. COVDlGTON.F .
,
He ''K"RE
aa dweak.. I ,was ung thocgL. It ban to raaster.Andt was InTormejRf that the Inspector ILLT.
slrt Nor bk,':.Quale, lit, Durbanto, employed.by in?. Auafeld would Correspondence. So1ic1ted--R. M.Bushnell. Cashier. Directors
Is a fact; that' ttfu Ot.a raose or master; -' iiavp to report to ttte board. ,

We c1e1er; Iffp. Coal Charcoal and stove win -weaken S d eretctoaUf err: ; Canipb. N.ort.bk. HavsKeq, 1100Sta'anger Alderman p&a.nr.tke'a' moved to
to ?Kfl'Oertina' & CQ. pay
Wood .;gqywhe .e In the city We can tioguish: the fire. Vie; reascix l?' that Chac ta. Nor: bk ;Jorgensen 657 Inspector IIB1 tdf the tine. he had DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.

v'f'1.T yrfw I in any quantity and our the ami.s'rar1J ttjder I ertide i*, always prompt. and Nor; bit. Jensen. 13SO. Rosario fil the (fagpeetor
rarefying' the air lessening the to order. other reported. CitY"\9f Pensacola Improvement Bonds. I

Steam and: .Domestic Coal. tuit of oxygen BO necessarV. a guoa. I-It-.lmqal, Nor bk. Hensen 1354, Hull Qthir.'Boeirtess.- I .
Wood Cot Any Size. bright blue." tot order.Eumberto. The resign>tJ9n of City Clerk Mer-. Denomination. $1 0VO each. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January let, .
Span. bk. 1111. Battle Ilaatfa rUt was accepted\4th eegret and tie 1986. ReifMMabla' Jan. 1st. 1926. Interest Payable ScmlAnnuaHy.WE .
\" to order.rebol OFTFER"rDR! SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE.T'he : -
E. G. SEWALL :Browne, Rus bk. Lind.quibt, 1221.IIvl ,. tendered ae"of thanfia. IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. W.B. BARTON -
31rtue's .......... to m ster.inlj ,* The mayor da&oui&ed the appointment .
,Ph&'fi'.t.SS3. 26 N. Tarragona St. '-:{ Oscar U Nor bk, Johnson 7s2RoSarib Attorney At Law.
Where Is the re'fWd of Tirtoe a.gd to A. Zebus.Lji'a of LeonG.. Aymard as clerk Peoples Bank of Pensacola
wbat'recompense bas nature pruvb1e Nor bk Aanonsen, 1939, Santost and this wait"'coo firmed. Offices-FIshe* Building Falafox vtreet. t'
\\0- oki r. *" bond of ) Will practice lit all the state and Un1te4 -
The Bond rustee
for such iJOpoCtant sacrfiic a as those Coving Pensacola Fla
-iiui"! Unwuay-aa bk. Lopez, 760, Havana States Oourta. Twenty-three years' eaI I.
of life and fortune,,; Vhteh we must often to orderMarU ton wajs! approved; afifl: those of Marshal I pepience. .

Ficrida and Alabama make toil? Oh %pna of earth, are Gr tic. French: 1922, Kings Frank and Clerk Aymard rc ------ "
ignorant of the,a1ue: of thw Lynn to master- ferred to the city attorney and finance T. G. YATES M. D .
ye cejes- Marina Madre, Bal bk, Suaonetta ,
committee.
,
UNO: COMPAQ tial mistress? And;do.ye meanly Inquire lit*. Genoa to order.'
:Mecca, Nor bfc, TJUefsen, 9ti Hamburgto Optician.
for her portion when:ye observe A. Zeltu;. Thanksgiymg .
M.anui.4t\irers of her genuine beauty?*-Hua Negp.re, Ker bk. Ojerdsen 1128, East Poultry. '
and IXiilerg is London to A. "ZelbsOllrarl : Turkeys, Ducts, Chickens', etc., Ed. A RETURNED CHECK A LEGAL 306 Thiesen Building. : ;
.LUMBER. SAWED" YESSSHIN. Ital bk, Costa, Genoa to or.alas. XL Pooley, Corner Chase and DeVil. .
Twenty years' experlewte as in Eye, .9
J C.lE AI'4 KlLN-DfftCD' SAP.HICKS A ValuablePaiUtiee.Croup der Nor bk Johnson. 1219 Ply hers street, Pohne 1121 ISnovlw Special Ut. amlnatton free. I --
poetmoofta aad diphtheria mouth to 'A. ZehusSupeib RECEIPTIt
poultice: Take a piece'ef old flannel tfit Nor bk. Ulich. 1134, Antwerpto Real Estate Transfers. D' 0 1FSOT80b&hT8OTOT8 asod'd_ j :

T chest and baste on* la: er ot cotton A. Zelius &.Scnooners Co. Follewlng !s a list of the real estate L.C.PHILLIPSPh.MIHomeopathic.

; batting ojj It. than spread: this quite Clara E. Rant! Am'sch, 863, Caibar-- tranaters recorded xesUrflar furnished by i
ien. Cuba. to J. A. Merritt &,Co. the Pensac6la A'bJW ist Co.: saves time-time is money-to pay bills ;.
thickly wW1 a of best
: ljer
lard
then
CAPUDiNE Donna Christina. Am soh. McLeod, 165 !: I PHYSlGlAK and 841fON I
sprinkle lightly with grated nutmeg.; Belize to master D. W. Nims to U S. ?rawt)-Lets 1. 2 by check. This method insure against loss Office and Residence" 12 Nt Ralfo% j
and 3. b1ocIc, ?&. ftlqeJt7n -J20Q.OO !
Domira. Br S<"h. R ddie. 2001, St. Lucle c
CURES place in oven for a moment and than to master. and other valuaUIa COn raffoTiB. apply to patPiit'a chest; pinning securely Freddie Ileucken.: Am sch. Bryant 475, \V.ft Tavtofio G D. Odt-All of'J lot PhOM 85. .
ALL ACHES. I with small safety plas to underve&t Havana to Easter.LIGHT City 4 4LUd'&ract$2000.O0 e west! % )of'I3t and>5.other back valuable Si New ch.ect| must be endorsed l W the person to 0000000011 Q o o a oj 0000 P. 0Q3DOe I i i ';

And Nen'D85ae. This mut not be removed for two consider*tftfns. whqm 'it. is paid; this check will be return-
$
fdalhll1allc: ALdrg weeks. It is said this poultice has been HOUSE BREADnone ABita G. Chipley to Delia B. Johnson Frederick AuWehL F. M. Blovit. I
Lot 5. block 40, Beljnont Tract-J100.00 ed to you thro the bank and {acknowledged AUSFIELD&BLOUNF
used with ,
succ 8 by without
; many promlnealdoctors. genuine the and other valuable coMftder ttons.
Leslie E. reoks to D Hale Wilson in law as a legal receipt. Architects /:
label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak-
--- A one-half undivided Interest la lots 11
to 15. both inclusive block 170. New CityTract 312-314 Brent BJdg., 43 Moses BMPencacola < .. f ; i-
-- A TURKISH LEGEND. -- ery. _$100.00.and other -valuable considerations FU. Mostpom.ry.Aha. "
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Mrs. Mary O Tate to Dr. R. L. Bryans Checking Account To-day WM. A. BORMANS .
BaIIar'sObelisk Why the Much Married Mao Got tc "Runyan's Rollers. -Lots ? to 13 both inclusive and the Open a !
the Mo qne Pint. east 23 fret of lot 14, block 105. New CityTract$2900.00 Architect and Superintendent :
: aDd other considerations.Mrs. 'I'
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Some years ago, when General Tew. C. G. Cherry to Agnes P. Warren O"c.-3l)5'823. Brent Building. } i
Fla. .
Phone Pensacola
fit Ilussein was the Turkish ministerat _The east % of lot 36, block 23 Old City _ _ _ _ _. }
-Jl 00 and other valuable considerations '1
TVashington be objected to the curious : *t ;;
DR. ALICE W. HERMAN
questions the newspaper inter. Croup.A 'F1ST CHIROPODIST.Room ,
viewers asked him about the harem. reliable medicine and one that NATIONAL BANK 301, Brent Balkllng, 3d Floor.

One interviewer, however, told the should always be Kept in the home All corn*. bunions. Ingrowing nail removed .
for immediate use is Chamberlain's scientifically without pain. 11aD1j I
representative of the sublime ports a OF PENSACOLA. FLA. curing a specialty !
Cough Remedy. It will prevent the !t
funny story bout Brigham Young and 1
: FLOUR attack if given as soon as the child
his many wives, .and ,it induced the becomes hoarse, or even after the Designated Depositary of the United States SECRET SOCIETIES.i";
.
mInister to reciprocate. '
l croupy cough appears. For sale by

'"There is a Turkish legend," he said. g all druggists.An W. ri.'KnowfeSrPresWeBt. W. K. Hy.r, Jr.. Vke- aldent, and Cashier. Pensacola PENSACOLA Lodga,LODGE.No. 1. NO.K. Ie of P. .; :;

"to the effect that if a man prays seven JJ.mDI C, Thos. Vf.' Brent. ASB't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass't Caahler. meets every Monday evening at 1M .if

1 Is' tie Staff of Life. consecutive roomings alone in the _, inrqI, Economical'Diane DIf.ctor' .-F.t .Brent 3V.A.Blount W. 1L Knowles. W. X. flyer Jr.. over o'clock Pou's at their stab,tetrfoorary west latendeneU Cattle flail 81 1'-1'

mosque for good luck it will coruo: 'j/-JfPii/ the most D. O. Brent. Vlsltiag brethren oordially welcomed. ;
of lamb is

It has afti'lhfe: .merits Near St. Sophia mosque Constantinople -I 'YL economical Fore quarter roast to be had and one of nORsLEi. H.K. of DEXNUID.B t S. C. a ,fl'H.
a poor man lived who tried to carry -I : I
at _
Order a large piece, n
the best.
pi aU the otJ out the injunction; but, when he very T DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. J ; I
er good and have five or No. 10. jt <
kneeled, to his chagrin he always saw least seven pounds off,first and then two ..................................................... Naomi Lodge insets: every Monday DaughtersRebecca alg ot "4S
flouts and many another man who had arrived first. six chops taken : o'clock In L 0. O. y. balL Vto&imJsisters : I
L pounds of the neck and rib ends for a cordially: Invited to be preseat 1
I. mor4hat4tothershave The fourth morning he cquld restrain The shoulder blade MRS J. 1'. PULL1AM. N. (L t' -t
I stew or lamb pie.
1 himself DO longer and cried out: 'Whatis JIM HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec.
and bits of bone are to be made into a Zemurray & Co. -
free Witcher
not Get :
the secret ef your getting to the and RATHBONE LODGE NO. JO.Rathbone .
A soup with the ord1na1'1egetables LOdge. Wo' M. Knights ., "
mosque first? I get ttp early and lose
prerainips for the either a cup of beans, masbad or a cup Pythias meet every Thursday ozgst at : .
no time. The other man asked, 'Uo-v Members ef siiter
j
IIOXL lodfes
Castle
of tomatoes to give body to it; the I Commission Brokers. : Tisttinj brethren t'OrdlaUy: lnate4 : ,
pink ticket&b Mal many wives have you? When he answered The Well Dressed Man and .
whole, of coarse sensed Jea<: to attend. J M. IIOPZ1S. C. C.LEVE1t.&a .
'lard'sOet11|.*four.! 'One>' the fortunate man said: WEARS"FIatIron The roast aaay.or m4y'ncbe ttuffed i a p i":.J
Too can never get,to the mosque earlier : 4l
d in the pocket left by the ouSerbiadefs Pensacola and New Orleans -ii-: E B. A. No. II, meets ANt jj .
.0 than I, for I have four wives. Brand." third we*nes4a.7 ev' inir4 at T:SOlUfford m.. J UistrL t
removal X& peas zttabe 820 Hall :to. 10. West Int et& .
Obmmon.
I
When wake up one brings me my II W Intendtnola. f
os'or3ieehegetsb4e A O. FELL
onhi tqrccaiseb1
clothes, another gets' my; shoes, a third TROUSERS aancd """EY. ;. I
u effuHflow, may be t
tfooa
,t The prepares my bath and the fourth They have that Snug. Uigh-un- sub tltatM. If one wishes to hai this Stocks Grain Provisions ;PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4 I.p.s.ola O. O, f.
cooks breakfast. The result is I lost the-Waist. Made-to-Order PIt.No Cotton, Lodce. Mo. 4. L O. F.
tailor could make better a company d1 1ner. a iimptegfeen Jatfmay meets every Thursday erealac i 1M.I
bo time. Now. my friend, go at one trousers. 'rticb and sold on margin or for investment. hall BebBOct tAt
follow the lamb, witk4resstng bought Ue sew on ad rj'D \
1- Lewis Bear Co and marry three other wives, and you Sold In Pensacola by Bazar. streets. Visiting brethren eontaJly la- IvJted.
and wrfera.-Gatp B. It. UTTT VSKY. Nt OL f
will know the secret of my arriving WHITE & "!,IX"", CLOTHIERS, .... KERLK. becreUry ", .
first at the mosque! 29 South Palafox St. Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. -. -

!ta Wholesale Dealers, Tb poor Turk followed the advice, MADE BYBLOCHBROS.&KiLPATRiCK LIGHTHOUSE BREADnone Lire Oak Camp w.o.w.lI o. 1. TV. O. W '

and very soon he knew why the man genuine without the I Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. < siesta Wednesdays to Pytbiaa in each hall month the Ut, sad'-'-W )

Pensacola Fla. with four wires got to the mosque Pfeiffers Steam Bak- srrereicns cordially Invited

first-he stayed there In preference ta 17-1) Waverly Place New York. label. -F. A"BOCnOCH.- .3 I

staying at homa.*':'Leslie's.Weekly.: -J_! __ erg. ___.,_ ..U.tt..U.t. ....... ..,...'.U..t.t........................! EfiLW j- -i' : ;.: :

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... I RELIEF. COMMITTEE ... .. I'f EN5 COlA NO. 3 HIDEfrom the 'I




;, SHIRTS WORTH MAKES FINE 'REPORT '


I CELEBRATES" CHILLY WINDSand



$1.00, $1.50 and $ZOO. I M. C.C I. ELECT Total Subscriptions Amounted J get into one of our com.

to $6391 and $3654.25 I. : BI RTH DAY fortable: sweaters-all prices

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line of
Was Spent in Relief. -swell flannel shirts


Special for 25 centsThat 0 DIRECTORSTONIGHT I BALANCE OF $2737 WAS DIVIDED Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Is See them our from underwear$1.00 to $7.00.; we have



AMONG FOUR WORTHY CHARIT- STC>:
N"E
Out From Occasion of Swell Dinner

sounds like a fairy tale, but is a fact BALE INSTITUTIONS OF CITY- Right

I. .and -Many' Speeches THE HABERDASHER.
GREAT DEAL OF GOOD WORK 'the ShoulderThat's
nevertheless. They are a'bunch of fancy '

DONE.A LasiNight. 222 S. Palafox.SkatingRinld.

stiff bosom shirts-not of the'latest style. to
I' Annual Meeting Will Be our "'ay.0 veneer -
about our policies. We don't
be sure-but shirts of Yalu -=good qualityand Held-Basket Ball Will meeting of citizens wno contrib- do'anY' beating around the Pensacola lodge No. .3, of the

uted to the fund for the' relief of the bush. Knights of Pythias were hosts last !

fo'r ordinary wear or work shirts, Follow in Gymnasium.Tonight destitute tollowing the hurricane of I| The positive manner in night at a very swell dinner servedin
,
September %27-28 last was held at the J j which we advertise: our tailoring I it
are all right. I Chamber of Commerce at four o'clock 1 1I j Is justified by the creditable the Eagles hall on Garden: streetto

yesterday afternoon for the purpois!! character of our produc- the Pythians:of this'citr., the occasion The Bruce Skating Rink

See Them Window.. I at 8 o'clock the Young I of receiving the final report of the I being th,. twenty-fifth anniversary the for is
Men's Christian Association holds its relief committee. J. N. Andrews was tions..Quality. counts and you of Pensacola lodge No. 3 of that place pleasure and

annual meeting at which time five elected chairman and W. c.. Jones' I count on cur qual- order. healthful exercise. Be sure

new directors are to be elected to secretary of the meeting. ity every time.
serve for terins of three jears. Quitea The Relief Committee submitted the It's getting close' to Thanks- About eight o'clock the,Pythians be- to go to-night. All ladiesare

little Interest is expected as there following report which was read and giving-only a few days left. gan to congregate at the hall which admitted free to-night

are ten nominees from 'which five,ordered filed to-wit: Order to-day 'and we will be had been decorated for the. occasion.
withi directors are to be selected. The Committee's Report. (Thursday). Full brass band
THE JOHt able to have your garments Mr. Geo. W. Turton Sr., was masterof
STORESpecialists names before the meeting will be as Pensaccla 1"Ia.ov.. 14, 1&06.! .1 ready on time. in attendance. M
follows: J. H. Pierpont I. H. Aiken To the contributors to tne Chamber Our Coats are "right In I ceremonies and introduced the
J.r. Andrews J.V.. 'Lamar Clyde of Commerce-Citizen's Relief t the shoulder." speakers in his pleasing manner.' The __ CFL"
E. Wilson. J. H. Pkce, C. R. Burgojne, Fund.Gentlemen. I exercises were opened by prayer and '

in Men's and Boys Wear W. R. Bennett, J. W. :McGillis, J.. W. : Suits Tailored to Taste followed by the. singing:of the Pythian Ti
h Dorr. I Your committee created for ,the I Opening Ode. The address of welcome -

Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAFOX In addition to the election of di- purpose of disbursing me fund subscribed 20.00 $50.00 was then' delivered. by Henry
rectors reports will be made an,I for the relief!! of destitution to Horsier the ,Graud I Chancellor for

other important business will be resulting from the hurricane of September Florida. Mr.. Horsier was followed

tra sacted. 27, ultimo ties to submit: by A. H. D'Alemberte! *'ho' gave a
-- Following the annual meeting there 1st. That $6,391 was subscribedand I very Interest IH. :"history of the lodge I

will be a basket ball game in the placed on deposit at the com PRICKETT, PERSONS GARDNER tracing its growth from the organization -
DEPOT LOAM OFFICE.All gymnasium. The game will be calledat mittee's disposal with the treasurer.2nd. U Brent in 1881, and 'made reference to

9:15 and members are expected to That of this sum the committee I (Incorporated.) the good work done by 'it d ring'aU'

kinds of repairing dont on Watches, Clocks, bring their friends. has expended $3,65425, dvlded as FRANK B. GARDNER Manager. these years. .
follows: The 'other speakers of theevening

Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old[ gold. Money: Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.A For food .. .. .. .. .. ..$ 877 64 and the subjects were: Address

loaned on personal property. \Y e handle all kinds of few weeks ago L had a bilious attack For clothing and shoes .. .. 461 6S I Friendship Scott }I. Loftin; address

that was so severe I was notable For furniture and bedding .. 2 088 93 A NEW DISCOVERY Charity, H. S. Laird; address; Benevolence
Jewelry, both new and second-hand. Don't forget.. to go to the office for two days. For care of indigents by I J. Ed., "Williams. The sessionwas

THE WATCHMAKER Failing to get relief from my family regularly organized char I For Mending Torn Garments Without closed with prayerand: the sing- !

J.I E. Ptempnt u physician's treatment I took three of itable organizations. .. 90 00 Sewing or Showing. Did it Ever Happen ing of the closing ode, after-which a
106 East t Wright& Street. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver For incidental! expenses.as to You? sumptuous supper waa.!served. :: by: the

Tablets and the next day I felt like employment of assistants Accldently tear your garment. What Rathbone Sisters who were there in

4 .4.............tt..t........................ tne a new News man.Chapin-H. C.S.Bailey C. ,These Editor tab-of, 3rd., That drayage between etc. $2500-.. ..and 136$3000 00 did tried you to do lAW! Well it together you took, after a needle which and it full Pensacola force. lodge' is the oldest A New Collar.

lets are for sale by_all druggists. worth of new and second.hand cloth ruined was unsatisfactory.and you gave it The away.garment That's was the Pythian lodge in the city having been The wing in different heights ant

i i ing shoes and bedding were distribu result.. My MAGIC MENDER mends any organized on Nov 14, 1881, with 26 shapes for the stylish dresser our
USE A GAS HEATER Thanksgiving P ul.try. i ted from the headquarters of the committee kind of garment without sewing! : so joucan't members. Of these original men nine Fancy hosiery in coloring, to mates red

Turkeys. Ducks. Chickens etc. Ed.j j1. located in the. Chamber of mailed\ tell with they full were instructions ever torn.on Package receiptof are at present in good standing In 1 the shade of suitings worn this season .

i Ior the hall bathroom dining : :\ Pooley, Corner Chase and DeVil- I Commerce.So 15 cents toM. the order; 10 have passed over the I .
liers street Pohne 1121. 15novlw.I urgent were the necessities of M. FEINGOLD great unknown river: '5 have been lUU
room or bedroom. The : I I''I the destitute during the first two or suspended.- and two have withdrawn hei
.
I P. O. Box 353. .pen"cola. Fla.I their cards from the lodge. Since the
: three days following the inaugurationof
"fire is built" with the striking : The Word "Crank.
I I the committee's work that it was I organization of the lodge 321 members
i ;I. of a match and is the : Crank is in the sense of an eccentric a physical impossibility to keep an I lit have been initiated of which number White Nix
person a new word. The very first relied. upon Pensacolians alone to
accurate record of the, actual numberof 120 'are in. good standing at present. lOUTFITTERS
: acme of comfort, convenienceand : written Instance of crank fti the mod famines or individuals], provided for supply sufficient funds to meet the Of the original charter' membersof ,

economy. ern sense that could! be found for Dr. but the statement is well, within the I necessities of her. needy citizens. The the lodge the following are in good

i i Murray's dictionary was la the reportsof bounds of conservatism that three Judgment of the meeting of September standing:' 'J.. (}eo. White' V. J. VIdal -
the trial of Quiteau President Garfield's 29 has been amply sustained by the J. 'Otto- S.
hundred Kryger, Goldstucker
Gas Heaters $1.50 to $10.00 families or fifteen hundredto fact that more than sufficient funds Year Money's Worth or Your Money' Back.
murderer. Guiteau's John Pfieffer J.
i I referenceto eighteen hundred'persons., were A. Kilpatrick, Geo.
lensacola's charitable -
I somebody as a crank gave the worda given relief by your committee; and were supplied by W. Turton, Henry Pfeiffer and J. G. .
of Pensacola's
people to meet uie needs -'
vogue that has gong on spreading. the committee feels sure that the sys- Green.

But the adjective cranky was knowntn tematic method of investigation inaugurated destitute. The total amount paid .out for
Pensacola Gas Company To the Sisters of Mercy, the
O O 17S7 as meaning sickly (the German"krankj by It to discover all cases of Woman's Home the Pearl 'Eagan Or- nurses for sick since organization of SouvenirI
need that existed lodge is $662.00 and for funeral ben"
<> Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. and to DickenS in the senses was effectual and phan Home and the Daughters of the
4* : that few, if cases deserving the fits 141000.
any
..... ... ........++................ of cross and crochety. In all its mean- committee's assistance were over- King all regularly organized charities -I The anniversary supper last night
Ings it springs from the root,)idea of conducted and mainly sustainedby I
looked. Three separate times members was well attended and proved a very
crookedness. does crank in the of Postal Cards
---- as Its sixteenth good women Pensacola your I
of happy'occasion
the committee made thorough many Knights from I As's.
committee is indebted for assistancein
of "deceitfultrick
century sense a
canvasses of the devastated districtfor Milton being in attendance. The following -i
as in quips and cranks." discovering cases of need and distress tDCI
the of the of the
purpose ferriting out cases were committees
] l'oYouTake Qin. 'and the care of the destitute
of need overlooked on the committee'sfirst ,lodge to whose able management the
Are
without a demand upon the committee all the rage and all ni&ht
.. and in. I success of the banquet due
Ja the' Kltc:' canvass; ,;addition.to. this was : near
for assistance in their respective
Have as few articles about the sinkas the committee had 1ts ,agents' in every General committee-Henry Horsier your friends. are making vine
11'810 to 1 you do if yon ore a victimof works, therefore the committee recommends -
section. the storm area to report J. A. Kilpatrick. A. H.' DAlemberte.
h : malaria.Don't possible. The sink brush pan scraper that in the distribution of collections. You should recei-
privately, cases of need which would Entertainment J. George "White
dish mop and soap shaker'ma be the residue of the fund entrusted It, cover
Do It. It's Dangerous. otherwise have been neglected. Henry Horsier, Frank B. Radcliff. contribute to their co 1-
_ hung above It. and you will also find it that the constant needs for funds of
Not only in the city of Pensacolawas Hall committee George White,
admit it will malaria but leaves lections. See left f
We'll
care convenient to have the potato masher ot the institutions named above be con- Frank our
B. Radcliff.ReceptionC.
every case distress deservingof
almost deadly after efIecb.IiERBINE.. and a large spoon at hand. The latter assistance relieved but the work sidered. Your committee respectfully C., E. H. Dennard who barn.FINE .

however. must. be hung high out of the committee extended to the villages requests that its books and accountsbe V. C., W. A. Smith D. J. Cunningham the f
\ ef reach of all splash. If possible keep surrounding the navy yard the audited and that it be discharged. of No. 3; C. C., W. II. Edwards of PENSACOLA''

the salt box to the right of the range settlements dotting. the bay front Respectfully submitted No. 13; C. c., J. M Roperof No. 30;

and as near: to it as the construction of from the city to Escambia, and from J. H. Sherrill chairman; W. C. C. c., ,, c Johnson, of No. 69. VIEWS.and .
tt 13 purely vegetable and; absolutely gparantoed ) the kitchen will permit. Escambia to Carson Point and the Jones Secretary; J. C. Porter, Walker \\v(

to care malaria: sick headache, biliouar.ess, Ii settlements on the bay shore opposite Ingraham, R. G. Bushnell, H. L. Cov- THE WHOLESOME comic postals-hun
ington 'Jr., Wallace Lamar J. A. WOMAN.
and .
and dl stomach,kidney liver complaints.TRY the city, from Town t'oint to Red dreds M-
select from.
Money and Marble. .Fish Wilson committee.A to
IT fl Point In reality: no deservingcase
TODAY.SO base FIala Words OB the Real Secret
resolution of thanks to the Re- .
who
Once there was a man thought albums.
for the .sopostalard
I k4ti Csnts Q. Bottla. Ail Druggists. .4 Russell Sage ought to stop work. He it mattered consideration not of xrom the what committee lief Committee for its work duringthe .f Feminine Beauty.If : !

:, #%& spoke to him about it. "Why get together point it came, was declined. assistance.The storm period was unanimously the woman of the twentieth cci>-
adopted. tury is going to give the greater part The Gem Book Store TO
any more money, Mr. Sage? unanimous sentiment of the ,
The books of the secretary and the of her waking hours to ,
-
unnecessarycare
Ton can't eat It; you can't drink It. meeting of the Chamber of Commerceand C
treasurer were audited and being of her body, she sinks to the levelof C. R. JOHNSON, Prop.
BAY SLECTXIG AND SUPPLY COMPANY What good will It do your citizens, held on September 29, found
correct, were received and a
the Indian
W. T. BEDWE'.L. PRES. AND MANAGER. "Ever play marbles Uncle Russell which created this committee, was I resolution adopted dissolving the com squaws who were the Phone 233-218 S. Palafox.
Prepai'ed to do all eI'ctri.'al repaIring on short notice King phone 670 and a asked. that Pensacola was great enough and mittee.A pets of the great chiefs hundreds of
representative will tallV, T BMwell. President and Manager, 201 S. Baylen I charitable,enough to care for her own I years ago. The squaws were oiled
when
,treet. "Yes was a boy. resolution was unanimously adopted
L ,. _u j "Couldn't eat 'em could you? destitute and suffering citizens with- to divide the residue of the relief l and painted and overhung with
out the solicitation or acceptance of sharks' teeth and KNOWLES BROS.
.. Couldn't drink "em, could you? No use fund in the hands of the committee as wampum-they bad wo
:- .x1.rIYa
; : outside aid.
.a: n3 = Acting upon your instructions -
11 to you were they? What did you play this committee did not solicit follows: To the Pearl Eagan Or rings on their fingers and bells on Insurance.FIRE lacolt
phan's Home. 728.91' to the Widow's their toes. What; real differences art .
i marbles forT'Harper's.Pocket. ; fairly
nor did it accept outside aid but
Home. 778.91' ; to the Daughters of there between those fine ladies of the LIFE, ACCIDENT, MARIA" the

SEEMS UNWISE ; The King, $250.00 and to the Society Choctaws and the Iroquois and the General Agents of and 1:
.
I ITo : For \*omen's Drues. of United Charities, $150.00. fine ladies of today? And yet there The resl ,
Women who have for been Equitable
I years LET THE BITTERSrestore There being no further business echo in the ears of the modern woman Week
martyrs to fashion's prohibition of the
pocket will hear with delight the news [the meeting adjourned. the cry of the tenement house the LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEi begun
YORK.
of the child ThE
cry laborer the of all
I that it is to be restored HOUSE cry 309 South Palafox Street
this- autumn your stomach and digestive organs ; LIGHT BREADnone the lion 1
pressing, unsolved problems of the
to normal condition and how
I by the arbiters of the mode says a a see ,__:::= the Iitiulle
quickly the hundred and one little ailments genuine without the home and of the world-the cry of her
special cable dispatch from London to troubling you nil! disappear. It Is
5 I the Boston Herald. The opportunity the safest medicine you ran take. One label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- own immortal soul-the while she '51111 l'
bottle dawdles over her silly face and grimaces -
to reinstate the pocket In its old placeor [ Thc
,
ofHostetter's ery. before a mirror! The qioys :
inside the left hand seam of the _ squawwas 1y
the nobler woman of the two. At with.
skirt at the back is afforded the .
I
by return -
:: let least she "lived up to her lights." and 1
: /Jc2 $16.50 stand be- to second empire modes. By this Stomach Bitterswill 20th IVMRRIAGE The whole "beaatification" enter. Thursday, November 15 on ac
: I is ImpheJ a very wide skirt hanging '
prise h delusive. The
A7pr tween .you and /a perfect- i In folds which are convenient for the prove our claim beyond ail do.iht. woman who HinENTHAf
Try it to-day. It always cures Bloating ANNIVERSARY scrupulously regards neatness whi THE BROTHERS WE
: I insertion of a capacious pocket It was Heartburn Belching Poor Appetite. Dyspepsia -
Mi' I: :. observes the laws of health, who does
fitting and well-made Kup- the eel tight skirt that deposed the_ Indigestion Chills. Colds. Female ii i AMUSEMENT CO. (
Ills or Malaria. Be sure to get Hostet i the duty of each day as though It INC'I
pocket and drove women to carry wrist ter's. All Druggists. Offer the Dainty Musical Farc
I I might be her last and then gives her
penheimer suit of latest .
which have
bags, proved a perfect
bet:: efforts to Pa
OF MR. AND MRS. FRANK WILDE ; making her world bet :
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treasure trove to street thieves. ter and happier without much consid ,LOVERSAND done;
:41 style and just such 'WAS
: : as you CELEBRATED LAST.. i 'ring her o'am ,complexion-that woman tic

, i usually $20.00 for and Sells More of Chamberlain's Cough IF YOU ARE n NIGHT. is not only admirable for her tobe the
pay. Remedy than of All Others Put I character: but she ,la also likely te be

J -ain't $3.50 worth Together.Mr. PARTICULARABOUTYOUR I -- .' far better looking than her belaoed. LUNATICSBy her that (
saving -
I Thos..George, a. merchant. at CapL and Mrs. Frank Wilde celebrated overdressed!' powdered rouged "ce- f tion

? Mt Elgin, Ontario, says: ."1 have had LINENand I their twentieth marriage anni- rated." massaged and overmanipnlat- Walter Co.;em an Parker has u

I the local agency for Chamberlain's versary last night at their home on ed sister.-Kate Upson' Clark In Les, With 'WeltsPrepa
l Cough Remedy every since it was In i lie's Weekly
. troduced into Canada and I sell as the way it is laund: East Wright street when there gathered -t--- JOE MORRISAS

. much of it as I do of all other linesI ered, custom is the at the home a number of relatives -tI "IKEY ROSENSTEIN"His lion t
your
have on my shelves,put together.Of 'and some intimate frienas. I How's This?' ( Original Character In 1Vt

the many.dozens sold under guarantee kind we want, as we During the evening the assembled We I Supported by a Notabl* Compan ,r.' thl
I have not had one bottle re offer Ont Hundred Dollars O-:: aid
want to be appreciated.Let guests were served with delicious refreshments -! for any cape fOt Catayi- that Reward Players Including the Famous es
turned. I can personally recommend : Cured by lJaJrt;' Cata.rrb .cannot be ,Beauty Chorus. dug
Cure. {
.
.
this medicine as I have used it myself us call for your par- which were much en-." F. J. CICNET & Ca. Toledo I Prices 25, 50, 15 md $1. Seats on **
O.
and given it to my children and joyed. I We the undenfrned. haTe known F, J. I Tuesday.
Ho CapL and Mrs. Cheney fortbr last 1i years. and believe -- =--
O. ANSON always with the best results. For Wilde have celebrated him perfectly honorable ---' Hek)1lce
!, In all
cel.The heretofore ,,,, buslnt'SI j
sale by all druggists. while they have been transactj r and financially! able to
Star Steam residents of Pensacola, many wedding out any obligation* made.b* bis firm.carry : Just Received.:
'
Regular communication. of Pea- anniversaries; but there have been : WALDING, KINNA' MARVIN. !' Imported Ju'acaronl. Sweet OILi C'> OXes
ti WtwlesaJe 189
CASH CLOTHIER sacola Lodge. >x 42. F and A. Druggists Toledo. .
0 Dill Mackerel u\'
which i Pickles Sauer Kraut.
none proved Halra
M. Thursday, November 15. at Laundry more enjoyableto Catarrh Cure te.taken'Internally 1: Fish. Pls Feet. Spanish Onions F. tlflIft
c 7:30. Visiting brethren are. fraternally the assembled guests than tne i acting directly upon the Wood Everrt..;-
Bread. French
CORNER PALAFOX AND MAIN SRTEETS iniited. : 37 E. Garden St.: Phone 114 event of last night and the guests j j (iaia'041*sent surfaree of the }"SteB. -'TeSTlnSn- >j i fresh and new. Navy Bread. !ties nUSsh
frt'e.
B. II. SOLOMON Price :;; .
cents b
S
per bottle. Witch :
T. E. IL RVET. Secretary.: Penucoia. Fla. wished the couple many more happy !: Sold by all drul'i t.. Hazel. $1.00 per gallon. Of the
S W. M. anniversaries. J I I Take.. HaU's Family PilLs-- for consUjaIpitioa -I1 Marine Grocery Company a

V. J. VIDAL, Man U.J11 .

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