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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 18, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER '18, 1906. PRICE CENTS _\
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PENSACOLA "WILL EXPORT 37,000 LOG CAMPS WERE KNOWN t




BALES COTTON IN NEXT 15 DAYS ,



local Cotton Screwmen Are AS fGALLAGHER'S HEL:1\ ::1


PRESIDENT INSPECTS ;

Unable to Do the Immense HAVE NO AW r.1


Amount of HOUSES OF EMPLOYEES FOOTBALL RESULTSIN This Was Sensational V* 1 j I

Work. ment Made by Within ....1

TO PROSECUTE[ YESTERDAY'S GAMES '. .


Great Shipments Are Unprecedented ? l. & N. WINS OVERTElEGRAPHERS Sees For Himself Just What Yesterday'sEvidence Trial. .--I.i

Provisions
Have Been !
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in the. DeepWater Made. YSJnOM[ lip QUESTION N Alabama University Beats ,t

City. 1 Auburn by Score of Continues, To Be of1' # t

10 to 0. Most Damaging Charac- !
-- GOES OVER WORK ON, CANAL ,Says He Is Not onsidering

PRESIDENT THOS. KENT GOES TO ROUTE AND MAKES PERSONAL DISCUSSED INWASHINGTON ter to the Defense. .:'

SAVANNAH TO SECURE MEN Judge Evans Says CompanyCan INSPECTION OF CONDITIONS Question Seriously at VANDERBILT WINS OVER GEOR- I II I

THE GULF This Tijne. GIA TECH BY ODDS OF 37 TO 6 f
FOR TRANSIT COM
Interfere If It THERE CHEERED EVERY- FORMER EMPLOYE OF JACKSON{;

PANY TO ASSIST IN STORINGTHE WHERE HE APPEARED.. N VIRGINIA AND GEORGE WASH- LUMBER COMPANY TESTIFIED! :.a,,
Wants To.William
CARGOES.Thirtcseven ., INSURANCE COMMISSIONER HAS INGTON TIE. THAT HE WAS EYE WITNESS TO ,,'I

OBTAIN -- \I
By Associated Press. POWER TO LAW TO By Associated Press. I WHIPPING OF MIHALy-oTHER',1 1 i
By Associated Press. Colon. Nov. 17.-In spite of the Atlanta, Nov. 17. The results of
thousand bales of cot- Louisville, Nov. 17.-Judge Evans, landslide near Culebra Cut President COVER ALLEGED "EVILS IN INSURANCE Trouble In San Francisco the various football games played today : TESTIMONY AS TO WHIPPINGS'
Inn aw to be shipped to foreign ports In the United States Roosevelt
court arrived from
to-day sustained Panama on are as follows: AND ABUSE.r
torn Pensacola within less than ,fif- the demurrer raised by the time to-day. The president reached MANAGEMENT. Schools Occupies Capi- University Virginia 0, George Wash-I li
ten days The cotton must be stored Louisville & Nashville railroad in the Cristobal at three o'clock this after ington University 0. I ,

t vessels before Dec. 1, and in order case of the Order of Railway Tele- noon and personally inspected the ... By Associated--Press. tal's Attention. Pennsylvania 17, Michigan 0. I By BEN H. THOMAS. f <
D accomplish this it will be neces- graphers against the railroad. The houses of the employes and the provisions New York, Nov. .-District Attor- Chicago University 63, University: Eight witnesses were heard yesterday | ,
cn to important more skilled work- effect of the decision Is to throw the for their comfort and health. ney Jerome today made public the Illinois 0.Carlisle. in the proceedings against W. S. t .'. 1
Len: to Pensacola to assist the local case out of court. The telegraphers He reviewed the fire department and first,report prepared at the jequest of SECRETARY ROOT HOLDS THAT Indians 17, Minnesota 0. : Harlan et al for conspiracy to commit .
ceo: in storing the cotton in ships. brought suit for an injunction to pre- then mounted a horse and rode over Governor Higgins concerning the con- i Harvard 22, Dartmouth 0. I peonage In the United States District t 4 >
"tiis morning President Thos. Kent, vent the railroad from interferingwith the town escorted by Chief Engineer duct of the life' insurance business in I EXCLUSION FROM SCHOOLS IS iI.Cornell 28, Swarthmore 0. court Judge Charles Swayne pre- 1_ .:1
of roe Cotton Screwmen's Association, telegraphers joining the order. Stevens and the other officials. The New York. The report deals with the' I Brown University 12, Vermont University siding and the 'testimony adduced f,
will;: leave for Savannah In search of Judge Evans holds the president cheered affairs of the Life OPPOSED TO TREATY RIGHTS,:II the -
action of the was everywhere. A, Jlutcal; company. 0.Amherst. as on preceding day, was -,
skilled] men in this line of work andIf railroad not a crime and the sectionof reception and ball was given this The conclusions the report are thatno AND HE REGARDS SITUATIONAS I 0, Williams 0. of the most damaging character. A ;1
he does not secure the required the act of congress, of June 18, evening by the employes of the Canal state law exists under which the GRAVE.BY i Wisconsin 29, Purdue 5. notable feature of the trial was the, y
number at that port he will continueto 1896, as unconstitutionaL commission in honor of the president Insurance officials can be proceeded. iI St. Louis University 22, Drake Uni- practically complete failure of the de- .jj'
other shipping points, sending the against criminally for acts now or for- I versity 9.Vanderbilt. tense to bring out anything on cross f
men here as fast as they can be secured merly in common practice, some of WM. WOLFF SMITH. I 3 Georgia Tech 6. examination that tended to weaken' .,' j
: which have been made public duringthe the case of the government and in
J Alabama University 10, Alabama
This is being done by the Cotton WORSE LEADER STEAM ENGINES recent legislative Inquiry, excepting Washington, D. C., Nov. 17.-The TechO.Texas. fact what they did succeed In bring- .
Serewmen's Association and the departure -, In the cases of two officers of the California-Japanese situation still!I I A. & M. 18, Tulaho 0. ing out only'served to strengthen the .
of President Kent is due to Mutual Company against 'whom' specific continues to be a topic of absorbing case of the government against the,- t
the action of that association. Re- 1 charges of forgery and larceny interest in'all its phases although Naval Academy Wins. defendants. *;..:
(centh the Gulf Transit Company senta have been preferred. Jerome says members of the ,cabinet retrain from'I Baltimore, Nov. .-The Naval As upon the other days of the trial :
communication to the association in the insurance commissioner has powerto taking any part in this open discus-: Academy team defeated the University the objections were numerous defense I 1
which it told the members of the unprecedented THANCROKER PROHIBITEDCity [ obtain a law covering the alleged sion. It is well-known however that l i of North Carolina team to-day by objecting to nearly everything in the ''f
rush anticipated and the evils of insurance; but the cases un- every member or the cabinet is. a score of 'all to 0.. line of testimony that was adduced. /
limited! time in which the shipment Is ider-I! discussion do not come within strongly opposed to any attempt to Nearly all of the objections were .4 I
to be made, and requested that the the provisions of ,any statute now exclude the Japs from the country,'I West Point Cancelled Game. overruled by the court and exceptions I'i t
association cooperate in securing men ,'existing. and it is believed the president will I, West Point, Nov. 17.-The West taken by defense. ,:; 'I
From other cities if they could not be R. Hearst DeclaresHe of Washington Progressing take that stand in his message to I Point academy team cancelled the When the case was called for trial j
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had here. The screwmen, ever readyto I I congress. The attitude of, the peopleof I|game with Bucknell to-day. The yesterday morning Erastus J. ParSons 'I '
assist did as requested, although Couldn't Imagine In Its Long California is 'very pronounced en gridiron was In a slippery conditionand United States District Attorneyfor j t
believing that there is an ample sufficiency I the subject but It is more than possible Coach Graves feared to risk InJury the middle district of Alabama ta
of labor here to handle the Such a One Anti-Smoke Cru- N NARflOV.SCAPEOF they'are' unduly alarmed. There to his men with the navy gameso was present and throughout the day
work, but not of the skilled kind. If I never has been a rush of Japanese td close. gave the closest: attention to the tea- .:;-u\
members of S. B. A. :No.; 1 who are tLJseuntryVacli,as,yjt 'witnessed aj timony of witnesses. Whether.or net ,; -I
sade.By .
not engaged in timber work would report I II score or more years ago' from China i "proceedings In this City W111 re- ..
upon the wharf for work the By Associated Press. I COlORED and there has been no cooiy system I suIt In' an action against the Jackson
Screwnen say that they could obtain Longview, Texas Nov., 17.-W. R. among them. According to the reportof SECRETARY Lumber Co. in the Alabama district '
It at $tOO per day, and although not Hearst passed through here today Associated Press. the census bureau, m 1900 here I Mr. Parsons would not say, but the 1 I l
Killed in the work, are neverthelessrobust bound for Mexico. Questioned as to Washington Nov. 17. Steam engines were only about 16,000 Japanese lathe ,fact of his presence was sufficient to .
men and thirty or forty of them the reported statement of Richard .I will be prohibited entrance to Pacific coast states and of that cause considerable speculation upon ': .!
could so assist as to tide the regularmen Croker that he asked Croker three !the District of Columbia after the number about 10,000 were In California this point ; (
over the rush. years ago to return and resume the I(completion of the new union stationin PAINT[ There has, at no time, since ISPLEASED The trial opened with John Foster -
The amount of cotton to be exported leadership of Tammany Hall offeringhis Washington. The district commissioners 1900 been any very large immigration I on the stand his testimony not having ..' .,
from Pensacola during the assistance Hearst decared the to-day took final action of those people, the number this been finished the day previous.He 4
:next fifteen days and also the next statement as "nonsense," and said he I preventing anything but electric year, according to CommissionerGeneral added nothing to the testimony al- .\ "\
:thirty! days is almost unprecedented.One couldn't imagine a worse leader than engines from coming in. This follows Sargent being less than 15,000 ready reported. He was followed by; j i 1
steamer has just arrived to takea Croker. the lines of the anti-smoke crusade -I Henry Robinson Struck By and of these only about 3,000 canv, Shaw Wants Currency Legislation William Keller, one of the men *
wild! cargo, another is due on the which has been waged for several from Japan direct, the others having brought from New York who proved. .j .
ISta and another on the 20th and "years. Street Car on Palafox come to the Pacific states from Enacted at the a good witness for the government. *.t i j
other ships are also under charter to MOTHER SHOOTS Hawaii. Mr. Sargent says there is no Incidentally Keller mentioned the fact., '4..: s
come later to move the :fleecy staple reason to believe that at any time in Session of that the log camps of the Jackson.
torn this to foreign ports. TWENTY-TWO: Street' and Painfully the: very near future is there likely to Coming Lumber Co. were commonly called.) *, t f
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LITTLE DAUGHTER be any great Influx of Immigrantsfrom "Gallagher's Hell" by the employes!
,, Injured. Japan. He pbints out, however Congress. of the plant at Lodhart .$ !S
\\EGRO SHOOTS SACKS OF MAIL that In case of war between the two Other witnesses were John Davis.l'
I I countries, the Japs In Hawaii wouldbe Arthur Buckley and John Smith all, .t'J'

ANOTHER CASE OF "DIDN'T KNOWIT Henry Robinson, a colored painter, a source of great trouble, as they By Associated Press. former employees of the Jackson Lum '
A WHITE MAN had a narrpw escape from death last number more than 60,000, all intelligent Washington, Nov. 17.-Secretary ber Co. who testified to the treatment ,'. ,\
WAS LOADED" AND THE BROUGHT FROM BEUNOS AYRESTO night at the corner of Palafox and loyal subjects of the Island Em- Shaw to-day authorized a statement accorded the men of the camp, to '.\
USUAL RESULT.By Intendencia streets, when he was peror. regarding the proposed currency legislation whippings and other cases of abuser .: ;;
THIS COUNTRY BY A struck by a street car, and knocked Secretary Root holds that the exclusion in which he said fce had previously Justice of the Peace James Johnson. J ,
LACK WAS RESISTING ARRESTBY BRITISH STEAMER.The down and dragged under the car for of the Japanese children recommended such legislation, of Florala who told of the methods make ,"j. -
five or six feet before the motorman from the schools of San Francisco Is but had never recommended any par- employed by the company to
TEXAS OFFICER AND Associated Press. The in contradiction of treaty rights, and ticular .plan exclusively. lIe was the men sign contracts to work out -
could bring, the car to a stop.
New Orleans, Nov. 17.-The motherof C. H. Monacky.
the alleged Indebtedness:
although he'has not openly expressed gratified at the attention given
the
SHOT FATAL five-year-old Kerema Aluid this afternoon British steamer Mercedes de man was slightly injured about the same
WITH himself there is no doubt he regardsthe subject by the various commercial as- whose testimony was along j
accidentally shot and killed Larrinaga which entered at the cus- leg, but was able to walk when he situation as being a very grave'one sociations and bankers' committees. lines as that of Justice Johnson and 4
EFFECT. her child with a pistol supposed to be tom house yesterday from Beunos was taken from underneath the car. former employee ,
even though it should not result He refuses to recommend the detailof C. Frank Dunkey, a t;
unloaded. The child found the revol- Ayres, delivered to the local postof-- Robinson was crossing Palafox In war between the two countries.' a plan, believing it his duty to exe- of the company who told of the \:
ver, which the mother took from her fice twenty-two sacks of mail from the street, and being slightly deaf did not American interests in Japan are very'cute the laws adopted by congress. whipping of Minaly, to which he was .;1
By Associated Press. pointing It at the child, from which she cleared. hear the ringing of the gong or the
and playfully port if witness. J
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large. and a law excluding the Japanese He will be greatly pleased congress +\
Center Texas., Nov 17. There Is pulled the trigger.MEMPHIS The mail Is for various cities In the approach of the car, and many per from this country would be im'adopts every detail of the plan recom- On the whole the case of the gov >:j
-tense excitement here tonight as the United States and was sent out Im-I I sons saw him when he was struck by mediately followed by the forc n* mended by the recent meeting of ernment was greatly strengthened by > |,
'esult of the killing of Dr. M. Paul by MAN mediately by the Pensacola office. Ten the car and knocked to the street from Japanese territory of all Ameri- bankers and business men and he believes the day's proceedings-which in detail "
\t Barrett, a whom Paul sent to New York. The guard evidently caught the man .
negro of the sacks were : that will have no diffi- were as follows: -
cans, and a severance of all commercial congress .t'
tas to arrest The DIES IN NEW YORKBy and prevented the whells'from crush- .
trying
negro fled relations. This would be a' sad culty In working out a plan on the Morning Session. :, ;
::0> the home of H. B. Short, a white ing him, but as it was he was in- the stand
GENERAL was on H
RUSSIAN blow to American trade in the tax basis suggested.ISURVEY John Foster, wno i '.
ran, who defended the negro from ar- Associated Press. jured about the legs and bruised to Friday right -f!"*
tele- East In this connection it is intimated when court adjourned
:-est When Paul and the others ap- Memphis, Nov. 17.-A private SHOT AND KILLEDBy some extent I examination ,1 I '
recalled for cross ;
here announced that China is growing stronger was
J"oached: the house the negro shot gram to his relative Lowesteinone ,The car was going at a slow rate of and making such advances under Jap ON THE at the morning fi:ssion. Witness stat- ,{ <<
and killed Paul. Barrett is in jaiL the; death to-day of Bernard Associated Press. speed, and thus the motorman was to .
the Bulgarian
I I without ed he had not wen
that it is not
of the largest dry goods merchants Poltava, Russia, Uov. 17.-General therefore able to bring it to a standstill ; anese tutelage I returned to '
referred Hiday, ,
in the south, at Hotel Nether Polkowskoff, commander of the garri- within a few seconds. the range of probabilities she win. SKIP INGRIDWAS bom ne of the testt- .. <
BIG lands in New York City. No particulars -son here was shot dead tonight anda Robinson was riven attention at sooner or later, retaliate for our unfriendly I amp, and that portion the record i*"{'
from
LIGHTER stricken!
such :
methods. Should a con- mony was
were given.: The deceased was soldier passing at the time was also once and sent to his home. examination witness .tti.
dition arise, the Philippines and even On redirect
has spent !
old. He killed by unknown
sixty-eight years an person. 9
: __ the Hawaiian Islands would no longerbe states that the Bulgarian had ilsap- $,
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'his time In Europe HELD YESTERDAY AND IT
WENT' DOWN the larger part of with mss'I.ad r-
for would and that a wagon
business and of any use to us. we reared "
In the interest raised of his to knighthood, by TRAVELING MAN have no trade In the Orient, and hayIng i WILL SOOfkBE DECIDED AS soon thereafter left the coup.Witness
was recently I, PLATT DENIESILLRESIGNBy [ [ no trade would have no merchant had seen Gallagher strike f '
King Oscar of Sweden. BURNED TO DEATHBy DISPOSITION. :
marine on the Pacific. The return TO HER and kick the Bulgarian after he was ;
BLOW OF FRIDAY NIGHT and report of Secretary Metcalf is brought, or came. beck to the camp.

INURING MUCH LUMBER SCAT- ,_ SNUFF COMPANY Dallas '!'eL.Associated Nov. I/.Press.-The :Mabank looked for with a good deal of anxiety Another survey of the Norwegian The court also ordered everything witness ]

NOT OPERATINGBy hotel, of Mabank. Tex. was burned although It Is practically known ship Ingrid which is lying on a bed 'that "Big Harry" had said and to Instructed i. !
[ his journey has been fruitless, of :stricken from the record ;
ALONG BEACH. '
early to-day and Abraham, a travelingman HE of rock near the Gulf Transit Company such tesU- -
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far the'inferences 'j the jury to disregard .
results, as settling
good so
I Associated Press. of Dallas, was burned to death. office, was held yesterday and it is strike out
at San Francesca The Defense moved to lithe "
aNshville, Nov. 17F. N. Smith of :anticipated that by Monday the disposition mony.
Abl's lighter, which was at anchor the American Snuff, Company, at 17 PASSENGERS School fund of California and San of the fine ship will be entire testimony of Foster and, but i|
o;f -oyle street, went down during the i Clarksville, Tenn., stated to-day that. Associated Press. Francisco being a state and mu icip-I I known.It was overruled by the court aa. ;;. <

t'ow of Friday night, and the cargo the report that the factories at Eddy- WERE INJUREDBy Buffalo, Nov. 17.-The evening al matter entirely, It Is hard to"see I! Is understood and stated upon exception granted.that the reason he 'U|J
,onsutmgof several hundred thousand l vllle and tfedonia Ky., which were News publishes a dispatch from Uni- just how even with the treaty, the the waterfront yesterday afternoon Witness stated because f
."<:'et of lumber and deals went adrift, dynamited recently, were the property Associated Press. t ted States Senator Platt in which he general government can Insist the]:that there is a probability of condemn had not left the camp was witness .,
iud was scattered along the beach in of his company, is untrue. The' 'Wilmington N. C.. NOT. .-The i;says: "The question of resignationI school doors shall be opened: to any-;ing and selling the vessel to the high he was afraid; the guards of the bosses, '
hat section. company has not operated factoriesthis Atlantic Coast Line passenger and : will discuss hereafter. I am not body.> That difficulty, however, might j]est bidder provided the underwriting had told An elo, one
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at Porto : .
of
guards .
The lighter sunk while at anchor'I year in Lyon or Caldwell counties mail train Wilmington to Charleston 'considering it seriously now. Signed be bridged over but the feeling has association is willing to pay a Bum reminded him had stated, 'the 'f
d where the trouble occurred. was wrecked at Leland grown so intense on the Pacific coast Rico, and witness /
the to-day
bya the
sufficient to warrant In
cargo floated oft but for- T.. Platt"REWARD owners
had the same orders, i S., ; !
the
made
will by
inately broken raiL Seventeen that an attempt be probably
passengerswere selling the ship at public auction and
went In therefore
he shore and Rounding up Delinquents. injured, but none ARRESTOF California congressional delegates to shoot, to kill. The guards were ,1
fatally. FOR getting what they can for her as she
Portion be recovered,
!Tater
can stated about two r
IM this Special officers of the police de- secure the passage of a law of exclusion placed, witness
I Lrce of was workmen.being done yesterday by partment have been busy during the BOER HIS OWN SON With the present attitude of the lies.Bids however have just been received weeks after be reached the ,camp, .,i
past few days inspecting licenses In RADERS _-,--- general government 1t will be impossible for floating the vessel, not only bat be had never seen anyone ,4
the city and seeing to It that those ARE B> Associated Press. to enact such a law, It is believed and stopped by the guards or brought
CAPTURED Pensacola but other
from cities
THREEKILLED AND who are doing business in Pensacola % __ Pittsburg, Nov. 17.The fatter of here, for the president would as she Is a big Iron hull vessel and back. f J-Jf
to the treasurer the Jr. who shot and If it to him andIt William Keller. '!
FOUR have paid over By Associated Prest. James Taylor surely veto it, came for service when
INJURED good many years
necessary amount The officers found Cape Town Nov. 17.-Fereira, leader killed a negro in a quarrel last Monday : could not be passed over his veto the la repaired. It lie that the William Keller, of New York, oas
Sl By AssocIated' Presl.to during this period about seven firms of the Boer raid, from German and who escaped arrest to-day but the very attempt will aggravate owners will decide that may she is too of the men engaged at a labor agency ...',
emphis, NoT 17.Three persons who had not paid licenses and who Southwest Africa in the northern partof offered a reward of one thousand dollars the Japanese government. So, under valuable to be sold under such conditions In that: city was then tailed. He left
e Ported killed and four Injured were-compelled to pay the penalty cf Cape Colony, and all of his followers for the arrest of his son or for the most favorable conditions the and award a contract for New York in June in company wit* a t 11
his arrestTaylor 0-
to
wreck on the Illinois Central 50 per cent to secure the necessary were captured to-day by the Colonial J information leading Coating her. (Continued on Second Pa;e.)
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PARASOLS WITH GOLD'AND SILVER HANDLES. ... BRQAPCLOTH.The .

Big i Up-Town Store Hew'Brent Building 9-11 PalafoxVM. :ever popular fatirte' for fall suits, including all of
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We are now ready for you, with. the finest and best' '...-_ the popular hues.

line of Parasols in the city. All l Silk Parasols, with Gold 54-inch wide, at $ .OO.

handles, from $5.00 up. All Silk Parasols with Sterling \ JOHNSON j [ & SON 54-inch wide at $1.25.

54-inch wide at $1.50. "
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FASHIONABLE WOOL FABRICS FOR FASHIONFirstOur store is'the oldest one in the city. Therefore CHARMING SILKS. 'f'

ABLE WEAR. our long years of experience makes us etter judges Both Street and Evening wear. -: _

42-inch Scotch Tweed, shadowed effect ,at $1.25. of goods. and, standing as we always do, for quality, style Plaids, Ombre effects, at $l.50..f l

42-inch Plaid Suitings at $1.25 to $1.50. / and the very lowest of prices. Plaids, ,Tartan effects, at $1.00. 1 '. ..

88-inch! Mohair, Black and white check, at 60c. Second-We buy in large quantities! and from, firsthand Pekin Stripes $1.00 to $1.25. .

56-inch! English SUiting, at $1.00. ". therefore, we are lays better position to sell cheaper. Black and white Plaids,at $1.00 and $1.25

56-inch! Shelma Cloth, at $1.50. We have one of the most carefully selected stocks in the ,40-mch Silk Downe at $1.25.

38-inch Crepe de Paris, at. $1.00. city, and if you are any judge of goods at all, you can easily Crepe de. Cheine at$1.25 Illuminated Silks at $1.00.

: see that it will be to your advantage: to buy all of your -

CLOAKS, SUITS AND SKIRTS. winter goods from this store. HAND BAGS, BELTS AND COMBS.Comprising .

Third-Should you buy a single article from this
all of the new things I just out.
At prices that cannot be equaled this side of the
and it does .
store not come up to your expectation, why I ,
from 75c to $5.00. Purses Peter Pan
large cities.Coats Hand Bags up ,
return it to us immediately and for the mere asking you '
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Military and English Box, from $10 'to $25. will receive your money back. and others, from 25 cents up.

Suits, Pony effect and Eton ,from $15 up to $25. Ornamental Black and Sde Combs, plain and elabor-
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Skirts, Plaids and Plain effects, from $5 up. BLANKETS, QUILTS AND COMFORTS.ate designs, from 25 cents up.. ;., .;
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Atl-Wool Blankets, from $5 up. : -I II
Cotton Blankets, from $1
I COTTON DRESS FABRICS. Cotton Blankets, Veleour up.design, to make KImonas, from $1.50 up. MiLLINERY DEPARTMENT. I
Quilts, Big White Beauties, from..$1 up to $10. s ,
I Suitable to make skirts, full suits and Kimohas, ex- Comforts- Lanunated Cotton Downe, from $1 up to $15. ..' ',' ,
Exclusive styles and no two hats alike. ,Plainact and
I copies of high-price 001 goods.

1 Henely Serge, wool finished, from loc up to 25c. RUGS, MATTING AND ART SQUARES. elaborate: designs always ready for your inspection. Be-

I Arnold's 001 Finish, Ombre effects, at 20c and 25c. Velvet rugs at $3 to $5. I'b and visit. the-
: Matting, China and Jap, plain and floral designs, from 25c up. e sure Millinery
Belle Velvet at 25c.; Art Squares, 9x12, Axminster, $20 and up.. '
8x12 Imported Body Brussels at $60. .
Southern Fleece Downe at 25c. 9x12 Royal Axminster, $25 and up. department.

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remained at the camp until about a. nothing about a negro being killed. immediate trial and the next morningthe had gone back of his own free will
month Witness had not told Huggins he case was withdrawn, as the woman Cross Examination.On You Have Malariar!
C CAMPS NON AS ago.Cross Examination.On wanted to get away, or anything else. had promised that she would cross examination Judge John-
cross examination Davis stated Defense brought out the fact that help to work out the contract. A contract son stated that he was not a lawyer. 1j
that he had not been discharged but witness had lost a toe nail by reason was drawn' up, signed, and all The affidavits in the.cases in questionhad
had left of his own free will. Wit- of a pair of scissors dropping upon it. went back. No judgment was en- been made under a section of the
ness had some trouble about gettinghis Kept asking questions about the tered, either Mr. Harlan or Mr. White Alabama statues, which was read, WBRBINB
G llAGHER'5 money as he had been,accused of whereabouts,of the aforesaid nail until paying the costs. A bill of costs was upon request by witness. A consider-
stealing a pair of shoes; one of the choked off by the court who said given them.In able controversy ensued over the provisions
other fellows who also worked. with he "could not possibly see the connec the case of C. Crum an affidavitwas of the Alabama law, which
the cook, returned the shoes. I tion between a discarded toe nail and read charging him with having had the result of showing that the jus WILL CURE YOU '
Arthur Buckley. peonage." violated a contract entered into for, tice was but imperfectly Informed.C. .
HEll"Continued Buckley was employed at New York I Witness said that, owing to the in- passage money and other 'advances.The H. Monecky. j CURES \
and was sent to Lockhart via Savan jury to his toe he cut the tip of his affidavit was signed by W. &l Mr. Monecky is a,"deputy sheriff located
nah. Witness was met at Savannahby shoe off and that Mr. Huggins had Harlan. A warrant had been issued; at Florala. He stated that he LIVER TROUBLES
Lamata who accompanied witness purchased another pair for him at Albany against Crum and he was?arrested was acquainted with defendants and
and party to Lockhart, reaching there i Ga. Mr. Huggins had also purchased and brought before witness for trial. also Gallagher, Grace and Sandor. BEST FOR
( from First Page.) July 2. Witness first worked sawing other articles as he had been Crum was convicted and placed under Witness had arrested Basota and put i s

number of others for Lockhart, Ala., trees and was subsequently on as instructed to do before leaving Lock. $100 bond and as he couldn't make him in jail, afterwards taking Basota CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED t"r t
Witness contracted: to work for the fireman on a locomotive. i i hart. Witness said Huggins had given bond was locked up. This was on out and turning him over to Mr. Har
Jackson Lumber Co.. at ;1.50 per day Witness stated that, while he was' him the clothes to keep him from August 10 and on August 13 Mr. Har lan. The matter was compromised by "
in a mill. The party was met at Savannah employed sawing trees he was whip: telling that he had been whipped. He lan withdrew the prosecution and Basota agreeing to return to Lock- PRICE 50 CENTS '
by Gallagher and put on a ped by Archie Bellinger, second head: had been taken to Lumber City, although paid all costs. Crum came out and hart if not prosecuted. -
train and started for Lockhart. At man to Gallagher. Defense objectedand he wanted to come to Pensa made contract with -the Jackson Lumber Witness also arrested _Albert and FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.

Fort Valley. Ga.. he and several others was overruled. Witness then cola.Witness Co. which. teas. read in.* presence, took Him before the justice. afterswhich ---- .....
attempted to escape and got as far stated that Bellinger had whipped him was dismissed but imme- of witness. \ he was taken to jaiL Before
as the next station below 9 miles with a. strap but had not told him. diately recalled by defense and. upon Counsel for defense objected VIgorously Ablert was tried witness telegraphed
'a1\4Y. where the party was capturedby what the whipping was about. Defense being questioned, stated that he had to mention of the contract for Gallagher, on request of Albert
deputy sheriffs and brought back. again objected and was over.: testified before the grand jury. Witnesswas which prosecution was trying to prove: Gallagher first went to the jail and Don't You Worry
The officers were armed with winchester ruled. Witness had seen no others! asked if immediately after leaving by secondary evidence and claimed; saw Albert. Witness heard a conver
rifles. The sheriff was at Fort whipped while at the camp. i grand jury room in the presence of that no notice had been given the dej j sation in which Albert asked to be
Valley when they were brought back I' Witness knew Huggins, one of the: Howell, he had said: "If you want fendants or their attorneys that any taken out of jail, admitting that he About Your Holiday Goods.
and gave the men the option of goingto defendants; who was recognized as I. money go in there and testify that the papers or accounts were wanted. Dis- owed some money. Witness told Al- ,
Lockhart or on the chain gang. one of the bosses. Witness left the i Jackson Lumber Co, whipped you trict Attorney Sheppard read a subpoena bert that if he owed the debt he had
The sheriff then turned the men over camps on July 2S, at which time he' and you can get all the money you that had been Issued to the better pay It. Gallagher was present
to Gallagher at the car. I had been working at the log camp.'I want from the grand Jury." Witness bookkeeper of the Jackson LumberCo. : when the conversation took place between I have anything need in bicycles -
asked the sheriff it !When witness left the camp a man,! stated that he had not seen Mr. Howell calling upon him ,to ,bring the I Albert and witness. Albert you
"these Gallagher arethe five" and latter said I who was bookkeeper, came to the II at all and had made no such state records' into court and also 'cited au-. owed some debts In Florala which guns, rifles, ammunition,
camp with a buggy and called wit- ment, in fact had spoken to no one at thoritles to show that secondary evi- Gallagher paid and which witness r
-take them to to Gallagher Jail. The and sheriff the latter then ness and "Square Head," taking them I that time. Witness denied that he dence, under any circumstances, was thought was included in the contract ., fishing tackle, athletic goods ,tennis
whispered to Mr. Lamata and afterwards to the I had ever made such a remark or a proper. The court held that due notice which Albert entered Into with the
told the men Lockhart to "get in witness the car. turpentine camp, where they remained I similar one. to produce the papers had been Jackson Lumber Co. Witness was to I goods, automobiles, wagons, velocipedes t
Upon reaching was 15 days sawing posts. Mr. Hug John ,Smith. given and that secondary evidence go back and work for the Jackson footballs
put to work at a lumber camp. phonographs
I gins came to witness film and told John of was permissable.. Lumber Co. until the debt was paid, ;
{ Witness saw a Bulgarian at the Smith, 1\ew'Yprk, one of .
i witness he had been Witness the amount being in the neighborhoodof .Typewriters and Everything l
camp, with Gallagher. Gallagher sawing down the men sent south by labor agents, stated that. under the con- at
hand and other people's timber and had better was called to the stand and tract entered into between the company $65. t
had in struck said he
I a one
gun
him with the other and kicked him. get away. The bookkeeper took the had worked at the log camp of the I and Crum the latter was to work Witness remembered the Crum prices to suit the poor man's purse. 1

Gallagher said to the Bulgarian:,,"111 two met .about Huggins four and miles a colored away where man.they and gher.Jackson Witness Lumber Co.corroborated. bossed by Galla the out the Jackson amount Lumber of his Co.indebtedness Crum went to t the case.court Crum and had the been costs carried had been before paid I '. ,Call in and see what we have.. t
fix, you for running' away. The Bulgarian I other
who witness by Mr. 'White store manager for the ,
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understood were about witnesses out with the crowd and witness had
relative the
when he out of the to beating ad-
came car, '
Jackson Lumber Co. He knew there
to take them to New not him since.
York. I seen i
The ministered to t
could hardly walk. a Bulgarian by GaUa
party ,traveled all night in a wagon gher. Witness had the'-I'{I In the case of William Albert the was a contract but was not present. '
I AVltness saw Gallagher at a time and in the morning took a train ana I camps about the middle run away of July.from Whileat affidavit was made by Robert Galla Witness stated that it was a common F. B. BRUCE ;
when a man named McGinnis was as- went to .business at Florala to arrest and hold ,
Albany, Ga., the fare being the camp he had seen McGinnis gher on July 17, charging Albert with f t tThe
saulted at which time three shots paid turpentine men who were in debt until -
by Huggins. The two obtaining with intent to de
were kept whipped he had not money '
were fired. Witness dill not like conI ;at Mr. Huggins's home ; seen the start of fraud. A warrant was issued and Al- contracts were entered into. De-
at Broxton It Gallagher
I ditions at the camp and eventuallyran for ten days and were then taken to ; came was and cursing when witness bert arrested and taken before wit fense objected to testimony as to what Porting Goods Man. :
away; he remained as long as he Hazelhurst and then to Lumber City, kicked him.up McGinnis then Gallagher ness. Albert pleaded guilty and pay.. other turpentine men did and the objection ft
kicked
did because he had seen the Bulgarian Ga.. where they were abandoned. and back ing fine of one cent and costs. No' was sustained by the court. t
whipped and was afraid to leave. Witness understood Gallagher drew a gun and fired amount was stated in the affidavit1 I i Witness was asked if he had wit. 1 1J ,
: they were being three shots
Witness saw a watchman enter the taken past McGinnis's head and|! ,nessed a contract between the Jack
| to New York for sawing down made him {Albert was kept in jail several days fi
down '
cars at night and go to each bunk to other people's timber: Huggins had Witness had get worked at on the his knees.; in default of payment when Gallagher son Lumber Co. and Crum but could -t-i t1
Fee-if all the men were there. stated that detectives were after three weeks the camp only appeared and said he would take the not remember which contract he had
; day he arrived the ,signed as a witness, but it was either (
them. Huggins prisoner out The books did not show
Examination. disappeared
Cross
one night Bulgarian
paying was whipped and the Mc that costs had been paid and there that of Crum, Basota or Albert. The This is another of the
one week's
I Defense moved to strike out the board in advance I Ginnis trouble occurred about a week 'of the contract that the case ;
for witness and "Square Head." That after his arrival. was no record after that showing thata purport was 1
testimony of witness. The court believed Witness had
l' was the last time witness saw Hug- but one seen fine of one cent was imposed upon party 'making it should go back to I
the jury should decide whether watchman. for 1 less
the Jackson Lumber Co. and work same goods money/
,I or not the guards and others were in gins on that trip. Witness remainedat Cross Examination. I Albert |(out II :
Lumber ,City_for some days. No' | Judge Johnson knew that Albert a debtCross t
| tie employ of the company, with full On
knowledge of defendants and overruled settlement on behalf of the com- he cross examination witness said had gene back to work for the Jacky(r Examination. First-class goods-Chair seats malet
pany was made between Hugginsand reached the camp a week aheadof son Lumber Co. but could not say I On cross examination Monecky
the motion. On cross"examina- 3 of birch "H I
witness. Huggins had Instructed McGinnis; the trouble with MeCinnis whether he had been taken back or said I that Albert had asked witness layers with grains crosswise

tion witness and hired stated again that true he next was day discharged ;- witness to say If any Inquiries were I wuicu, .me..took men place siept. near All_the cars In I I(I to wanted telephone to see to him.Gallagher Subsequent as he to prevent splitting, our low price, each. ,5c 1 1:

he had been discharged by Archie Bel made, that they had come from the about the he Knew i been locked I :: Toilet 7 rolls 700 sheets ,)
=mountains and cause of the trouble with I that Albert had up in paper, oz g' ;
were for COFFEE I
traveling IMPORTERS .
linger. When witness went to work .
McGinnis was that the jail by the city authorities and had
I latter had told t '
after [their health. I ; quality natural tissue. Our price *tor
being discharged he was him after the fight: all he heard again sent word for Gallagher to come
\\itness had vas Publish a BOOK About Coffee.
ed work in was another easier department by Ga agher.I emPIO'j from Brooklyn Ga.come. on "to.Nov.:Pensacola 7. Hug- the McGinnis cursing, shooting and kicking of II.and take him out. I g r-Ql $ . . . . . . . 11 '.
by Gallagher. There has been much discussion as'to The government gave notice that ,
f I guard Witness around said the there was gins arrival had in approached Pensacola witness and offered since his to Court then adjourned until 2 o'clo"! t Coffee and Postum lately, so much In I secondary evidence would be offered "- -- THE BAZAAR H4-H6 E. Wright St.
cars until after, p. m. fact that some of the coffee importers to prove the contract with Albert by ,
t three of his friends had ran away, af- give but him employment at Broxton, Ga., ;and roasters have taken to type to i producing a copy of said! contract 1 l : -- ...-... ,..=.."""'
witness Afternoon
had declined. Session.At .
ter' which three guards were placed: I
I promote the sale of their wares and C. Frank Dunkey. i
around the cars one of them being Cross Examination. the afternoon session the first check if possible the rapid growth of I Mr. Dunkey was next-called and!'' -
"Big Harry." Witness, of his own On cross examination witness said witness called was Judge James the use of Poatnm Food Coffee. stated that he had worked at Lock- !back in the wood's and go to work.
knowledge, did not know of Gallagher that the reason they wanted to get rid,Johnson, of Florala, Ala.. where he In the coffee importer's book at I hart for the Jackson Lumber Co. for I]I I Witness said he had! resided In the
or anyone* else going in pursuit:of him was because he had been had lived for four years. He stated chapter is headed 'Coffee as a Medi- 'six weeks. Witness met Laninger at i J r country for serca :rears and was a BOOKS< )( )
of anyone. whipped and was going to tell the con that he was a justice o. the peace and cine" and advocates its use as such/. Lockhart on July 18. Witness had naturalized citizen: having taken out
Witness did not know in what state sul. Mr. lIug,ins had tried to drill it was acquainted witn W. S. Harlan, Here is an admission of the truth,I been employed as a second foreman ,j his second papers and made applica-
the camps were situated. They were into his head that he had killed a negro Gallagher and Sandor. He also knew most important to all interested. J'at New York: but when he reached'tion for: final papers of citizenship.
} several miles from the mills and were I but hadn't been able to do it; men named Albert 'ttarsota and Every physician knows, and every 'the camp was put to work in the tur-] He Knew Cram, ,to whom reference I HAVE IN STOCKthe
generally" known as "Gallagher's in fact witness claimed to know? Crum. Harlan had made a complaint thoughtful person should know that I pentine camp in the kItchen. where I'(had been made by other witnesses, ,
Hell. against Barsota and Crum in the court habitual use of any "medicine" of the he worked for five days. The third and had heard Gallagher threaten to poems of Dante, Goethe t:3: i t
John Davis. of which witness was judge. Witness drug-stimulant type of coffee or whiskey day after'witness arrived In camp two]i put him In jail for three months if Scott Burns Longfellow W::
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John, Davis, whose home is in New was handed certain papers ,which he quickly causes irritation of the carpenters came in the kitchen. Mr. he didn't go to work Witness had I Bryant Lowell, Browning, Ki ,-* e
York was the next witness. Ire left RheumatismDoes identified as original papers from his tissues and organs stimulated and Lamata being present: they told La- seen Laninger. ,a former witness In and others. ,
New York on June 21 for Lockhart. office. The first Was an affidavit and finally sets up disease in the great ma' mata that two Germans had run the postoiuce at Florala on July. 18.'. I The works of Dickens, Hus" \.*
Ala. to work in a mill. Witness came not let go of you warrant against Joseph Barsota made jority of cases if persisted in. It may away. Lamata picked up a gun and Cress Examination. canlay, Dumas, Cooper A, =!Jr
via Savannah and was met there by by W. S. Harlan, upon which Barsota show In any one of the many organsof said he was going to kill them. In On cross examination witness stated -r Doyle, and others in sets and maim .
Gallagher. He corroborated the tes- when you apply lotions or had been arrested and brought before the body and in the great majorityof about half an hour he brought the that one of the carpenters who gle volumes. ,
timony of Keller relative to the occurrences liniments h simply loosens witness;, thecharge: was obtaining cases can be directly traced to men back. The men said they had came Into the kitchen was named All at than publishers at and near Fort Valley, goods and money under false pretenses. coffee In a most unmistakable way run away because the work was too "Doc," but did not know the name of less of tr-v- ,
the escape and subseqent capture. its bold for a *bile. Why?' Barsota was brought before wit- by leaving off toe active .irritant- hard and Mr. Lamata had said they the other one. at book about half, the prices
Wliea Gallagher and the party reach- ness on Aug. 1&( and a bearing 'was coffee-and using Postum Food Coffee ,would not be allowed to pun away. Court then adjourned until 9:30 a. ing agents. -r
ed the camp Gallagher had told witness Because to get rid of it you given him; W: S. Harlan was present for a matter of 10 days. If the result Witness, knew Dr. Grace, who had met m. Monday The government announced The size and variety of m> :
: and others that the Fort Valley must correct the acid and so, also was Interpreter Sandor. is relief from nervous trouble, dyspep- I witness! at Savannah. that it would rest Its case, is a surprise to all callers.
occurrence: would "cost them some- con Barsota was discharged :from. custody sir bowel complaint' heart failure, 'Witness saw Gallagher take a in all probability, sometime ,Monday. C
thing if theydidn't behave: them dition of the blood on'which and another warrant was issued for weak ,eyes, or any other malady set whip from a wagon and strike a '
selves. Witness also corroborated Barsota's arrest charging him with np by a poisoned nervous system, you foreigner named Mihaly twice with It. All kinds of Art Squaresand HARRY T.HOWLAND.
testimony of Keller about the treatment it. depends. Hood's Sarsaparilla having violated his contract in that have your answer with the accuracy Dr. Grace then caught hold of the ,
of the Bulgarian. Witness had has he failed 'to pay back'passage money I of a demonstration in mathematics. man: and said he would give him a I I Rugs'at Watson, Parker Manager De Lana Book Store
cured thousands.
never attempted to escape and had advanced. Barsota was not given an "There's a reason" for Postum. pair of "blue eyes" if he didn't go & Reese Co.'s. De Luna St. Phene lUL

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Character Sketch of Three Iu.

[ rich as ; k
$ good taste will permit, Z Defendants in the Peonage ".: .. I lief, !


jas cheap as common sense will I Case.It This will be the greatest opportunity ever offered the people of'

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jl expect, as durable as your laundress would be a hard matter to find
Pensacola and
surrounding i
three men whose personal appearance country .

will permit i I varied so widely as that of Messrs.

Hilton, Howell and Huggins, codefendants FJ
I with W. S. Harlan in the
New lot of
hankerchiefs, im-1 United States Court on the charge of To Buy New and Up-to Date Merchandise

conspiracy to commit peonage, andit I
I ported material, but made up in it | is doubtful If three men could be :4I
found without a hard search whose I

t this country. | characteristics as Indicated by their at GENUINE BARGAIN PRICESX !

physiogomy were so radically differ ;

i HOSE-The New Fall Designs-A Dollar ent. S I II
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The defendant Hilton is a rather

for Four Pair. $ spare built man with grey hair and r: ; I

; See our Windows for High Class Merchandise moustache who has no particular We are very much overcrowded in every department and must make room for OUR IMMENSE STOCKOF
strength of expression and who is,
i lat Moderate Prices. i apparently a man easily led by HOLIDAY GOODS which will be the greatest line ever brought to this city. Don't put off your buying I I

others. In the performance of a duty another day but follow the crowd to the Great Money-Saving Carnival, ,

i (tOTHDIS8THIESElI.BUILDm/ specifically laid down he is probably ,
i: faithful but there is that about him
which indicates that he would"oa. a

1 tJ i pinch even ,if take the pretty other good fellow care suffered of Hilton a, r i k
8 O'Clock
bit in consequence. He ,has a habit : Commencing Monday Morning at I
***#"v;**** **** ;t. ': -I-t.H- *, of grinning frequently sometimes!]I

I without particular cause, which
SCARRITT MORENO marks him as a man of rather weak
SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent LITTLE BOY personality. I
for Diebold Canton Safe OhIo.Q1fice and. Lock Co., Howell on the contrary is short To' make our proposition clean cut and to the point we will not waste time in tiresomedetail, but give t j
and Salesrdom-20 E. Qov. St. and heavily built: and has,
FOUND DEAD I something or the bulldog you the special bargain items as briefly as possible: .
that is, he is probably apparentlY'1 > i
SOMETHING NEW! in his likes and dislikes; i

Eed-fme! Beauty}Pins, 25 and 30c per pairW. WHITING GREGORY PYRTZ' EXPIRED prove .good friend "or' a 'dangerous i r
A. Gahlenbeck. 218 S. Palafox Si enemy. Howell's jaw is firm and his f I f
DURING FRIDAY NIGHTOF face denotes blind courage and a. Special Ladies' Percale and Madras Shirtwaists
readiness to "scrap" at the drop of o I 1
COTTRELL PARALYSIS. I the hat. Personally he is approach., 8 t to 9 ,o'clock 2 5 C i
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
; able and talks freely with those with Worth 75 cents each II
Pensacola. r'la.; whom he is acquainted. evidently j .
Whiting Gregory Prytz, the ten- likes good time Only.- To for less than of material for hour
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. a and is probably go cost one only, at : = EACH.
TURTON & BELL. known as a "good fellow" his
Prytz, of ,,,111 South Florida Blanca among
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1873. intimates.If .
Kodak!Sbppliea. Finishing for Amateurs. street, was found dead in bed yesterday .

the night morning from.having an attack expired of paralysis.during revolvers Huggins about,should his waist strap .a put pair on of a i Bargains in Waists. Bargains in Coats. Bargain, m Suit .

R. K. WHITE, The little fellow had pair of "chaps" and a sombrero and -. $15.00 Gray Plaid Jacket Suits,
been ill for tie a red handkercief 60 Sample Waists, made of mercerized $5.00 Tourist Coats in gray or E.
rakhmaker.Kanufactunnq Jeweler and GraduateCptcan.33 some months, but his condition about his neck I black velvet collar and buttons,
Friday he would make a true: Poplin In blue green brown Chevron Worsted Velvet satin ,
; S. Pala! Street. Pensacola. Fla. night type of the jacket lined plaited skirt
was serious
no more
than at border bad man"of the early days. He 1 and white, worth $1.00 each, collar cuffs and piping and but- special for :Monday .. .. .. $7.95 t
and any period his death during the past few weeks is tall rather heavily built and has special .. ..- .. ..' .. .. .*. ..69c. tons, for Monday ------$195 $16.50 Ladies Tailor Suits in mannish ,
was a great surpriseand a face that indicates $UO Mercerized l Pongee Waists,
a man who is Coat or short Jacket {
a shock to $9.00 Black Light Weight Kersy
severe the
Tersely Told parents and
not afraid of made stylishly) with fine tucks
family. anything that walks or Jacket with velvet collar also styles in Panama; or unfinished i

Mr. J. R. Shuler, of Bristol arrivedin ducted The funeral this services will be con have flies and one"one or who-is engage in ready a row to "go as occa and and black pearl, special buttons Torn In. .white. .. .or.$1.1' in tan, special Monday .. ... ..$5.95 worstfd special In foe.gray Monday blue.. or.. .black.. ..$13.50 ... a
the city yesterday on a short business morning at 10 o'clock at
sion $2.50 Mercerized Pongee Waists
trip. St. Michael's church, may require. Huggins may be a $10.00 Tourist Coats in gray or $20.00 Cloth Suits in blue or black
and the interment
will be St. good fellow, but his facial character buttonhole embroidered and plaid, 'WIth black velvet piping stylishly made with braid and
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Whilted and Miss In Michael's ceme istics are not of the kind that indicate tucked, a great_bargain, in. black and collar! and cuffs, special for buttons also stylish green and
|Wilted, of Bonifay, Fla. were among tery. a genial companion or one who or white, at .. .. ..- .... ..$1.4! Monday. .. .. '.. .. .. ..$8.90 gray mixtures Jackets satin
the visitors in the city yesterday.Supt Mrs. S. M. readily makes friends. $3.00 Black Embroidered and lined, a special bargain at ...$15.90
Stephens. Covert Box ,Coat, self ,
$12.50
Tucked Batiste Waists, special $2 9 '
$ 5.00 Cloth and Worsted Suits,
J. O. Semmes of Mrs. S. M. Stephens 24
the Pensacola of
years strapped, with braid and but-
Black Taffeta Silk Waists,
Electric Company will leave to-day for age died other home at Goulding yes J.-- -$3.50 special .. .; ':\: -..,:.. !. ... ..$2.95. tons castor only special for ?$&95 or beautifully black made jackets in brown lined blue with
Memphis terday after
on a short: business visit morning a painful illness
$5.00 Taffeta: Silk Waists, beautifully Skinner satin, velvet and braid
The remains, will be placed at rest $15.00 Black Kersy Coats, stitched
Guiffree The marriage'and Mr.hour Albert: of Miss Marini Annie has this morning In St John's cemetery. II\........A..............AAAA...............A.......... .."..."....&...&.... buttons trimmed, in black in ;tucks white, folds and and satin piping, special. ?$10.90 $30.00 trimming French, a Cloth great Suits bargain, in at blue$17.50

teen changed from 11 a, m. to 4 p. m. nary, special. .. .. .. .. ..$3.95 $9.00 Rainproof Coats, oxford brown or black very handsome-
Thursday, November 29. THANKS Julian Walker to Sing. $6.50 Plaid Taffeta Silk Waists only strapped and braided, a ly made trimmed in braid and "
Geo. W. Clutter has moved from THE On next Monday, November 26, one stylishly made a bargain at ...$4.69 special bargain for .. .- -- $6.95/ buttons a great bargain at *4.90
South Spring street to his new residence of the most notable musical events "
at the corner of Seventeenth COMMITTEE ever given In Pensacola will be had.

avenue Yesterday and LaRua was pay street.day with the r ra ists.New There York:Mr.will Julian basso be, Walker three will sing eminent the a number famous solo Special, One Lot of Ladies' $$7.50 Sample Rain Coats in S 4 9 0 Ii

cih. and the employees In all departments SISTERS OF MERCY AND PEARL of selections. He has achieved re- 9 to 10 o'clock

month.I vices during received the checks first for half their of ser the J, EAGAN ORPHANS HOME APPRECIATE seasons markable, having successes been in soloist the last with several the Only. Castor t 0 n I y. Special I Bargains f for One Hour Only I EACH.ladies' ,

New
York Harmonic Society, the New
The Pensacola Electric Company I r GIFT. York Symphony Orchestra,.the Phila-
will resume its old schedule over the delphia Orchestra, the Pittsburg Or-
dummy line today and cars will be The Sisters of Mercy and the PearlEagan chestra, the Chicago Apollo Club, the j
run every hour to Fort Barrancas dur- I Orphan Home wish to publicly New Orleans Choral Symphony; and and Misses Ready-to-Wear Hats ,
!cg: the afternoon.G. thank the general relief commiu.ee for his engagements for the present sea- .
the donation of $778.91 each. The son include programs with Nordica
!he Tarpon W. Earnshaw Friday for took Pensacola passage on to :Sisters of Mercy announce that the Sembrick.; Gadski, and many other at less than half price. On Monday morning Wb Mil close out the balance of our big purchase of Sample

jrocure 5e ice factory cement and for to the prepare foundation for,re-of be money distributed received among from the this worthy source poor will a world five renowned weeks engagement singers together with with the Hats regardless of-cost. See the bargain lots at 49&*, 95c., $1.39 and &2.9O each. Your money

ieivink the equipment of machinery.He of the institution city while will the make other similar charitable Boston:Mr. Henri!Symphony Wehrman Orchestra.of New Orleans back if you can match them at double the price.
which is now eo route and looked use
of the funds. is probably the most prominentand
r to arrive here any day.-St. An-
:"ews Buoy. The money is a portion of that left popular violinist of that classical
after all of the storm sufferers had and cultured city. SPECIAL DRESS GOODS SPECIAL MISCELLANEOUS
The members of the First Christian been relieved-'and when the contriou Mr. Dunkley is a pianist and organ- SPECIAL SILK BARGAINS;
"iurch, East Gregory street will en- tors to this fund held a meeting recently ist of national reputation. He is en- 36-in. Taffeta Silks, all BARGAINS. BARGAINS.
Pagoda
- 'ertain some of their most prominent .it was decided to distribute gaged at present as organist of St special 15c Cashmere. and Persian Cotton
Faders today, and 'while it .will. be the Pauls church of New Orleans, the colors regular quality .. .. S Vze. Boys Madras and Percale: Shirt ..,
= among charitable organizationsthe for .. _. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 59c. Cnalhes, 'special for.
sasidered a rally day for the' mem- remainder of the fund. Touro Synagogue director of the New 38-inch New Dane Mohair Suit- Waists, worth 39c and SOc to
- >Tship, the public is cordially invi- Orleans Choral Symphony and musical winch Black Imperial Taffeta Ings in cream black or blue, close out a broken lot we say ,.15 c

'M George B. Renshaw, of Kansas YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN director of the Isadore Newman Silk, $1.39 value for .. .. .93c. worth 40, special for .. .. .. ...29c.C3c 60 dozen"Ladies' Jeweled Back
City. Mo., field secretary of the American ASSOCIATION PROGRAMThe Manual Training School His per- New Mannish Tweed Suit- Combs, SOc value, special for ..25c. b
Christian Missionary Society willreach formances on the piano are"said to. be Bargain in new and stylish Plaid ings .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..49 a lOc extra wide Torchon Lace In-
at 11 a. m. and G. W. Muck Young Men's Christian' Association remarkable. Silk, at ......49c. 83c, 98c & $1.19 One lot of Imported Tweed and serting- specIal .. .. .. .. .. .5c
's? of Cincinnati, 0.. corresponding will be open to visitors todayfrom The Pensacola opera house should (
fretary of the Board of Church Ex ; 3 to 6 p. m., and all are cordially be crowded to greet this array of talent One of 59c quality neat style Fancy Suitings, worth up .$1.50 Jl.OO 10-4 Blankets, special pair $6.90
tension at 7:30 p. m. invited to call. which will be long rememberedin Dresslot Silks, special for .. .. .35c. Pe. ?5c Fleeced Outing Petticoats or
.. .. ..
of the.Bible Pensacola. Black Settern, special .. .. .49c
The meeting class
Once you taste the "Blue Ribbon 4 to I 5 this wii 1 Best 50c Velveteens for Shirt 25c double width Ombre Plaid Black Setteen special .. .. .49c.
to flavor" you will always ask for Blue be Teachers from Training afternoon School will and meet the Real Estate Transfers. Wrists, in all colors special.. ..39c. Suitings, choice styles for .. ..18c. at .-. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..8'/2c.
and
$L50 Broad Cloth in black
5c RIbbon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely next Thursday evening at 8o'clock. I Following Is a list of the real estate Corduroy for Mill Ends of 60 and To Calicoes
75c Boulevard all the colors special
..od "Elue pure Robbon go Flavor"twice as Is ar perfection.and the the transfers Pensacola recorded Abstract yesterday Co.': burnished by Waists, special .. .. .. .. .59c. per yard popular.. .. .. .. .... .. ..fl.ft to" go at .. .. .. .. .. .. .. *e.

Ask for the 25c. size. DEEDS.
3 Pensacola Home and Savings Associa-
1
tion to Clyde: E. Wilson and Leslie E.
(IOcSI. 1JQTICE.Having King Brooks-Lot Tract. Belmon't IS! and' 19 Numbering.. block 128:! ,Beginon East! New Plaid Belts, New Jeweled Belts, New Leather Bags, New Beaded Bags, New Handkerchief and

I west line o( olock a4. East King Tray
been put to some tromble in 10 feet from its northwest corner, thence Glove Boxes, New Jeweled Back Combs, all at Special Bargain Prices.
finding people who have had me do south 10 feet, thence east 110 feet thence ;
fork north 60 feet thene west 110 feet. to 1
on their l lots at St. John's cemetery -
Bif
; t point of beginning; bts 16 and 17, block ,
===' to collect for same I wish toelate 22:. West King: Tract; lot 1 and south % ,
that those who I have not loca- of lot 2, block 13J East King Tract east
Belts Line in R
led will oblige me very much byFencing Of L. & N. R. R.-$1600.09. Special One Lot of Ladies' a Sample
7 Louis to W. Barriheau
Boley C. et al-
!! me their address so that I Northeast >4 of the northeast U of Sec lOCi
Y ffia> submit bill for payment. : 25. Tp i N. R 31 W. 40 acres-$200.00. 9 Address MADSEN SEXTON, St. W. H. Can to Mrs. Eva B. Hoffman
The west 30 feet of lot 15 and the east 10feet
John's Cemetery.New of lot 18. block 85, New City Tract cost of the Buckle for one hour only
K Keep your back-chest-and $125.00. only. EACH. I Is
; Suit Flied. Daniel JCIms to Charles Eugene-The" ,
The following new suit was filed \ shoulders warm and you'll be south H of lot 7. block 36, 19th Arpenti j s 1
iito1'ttter Jfsterday in the office of the clerk of warm all over. Tract erations.-1100.00. and other valuable -
l I0!:* circuit court: Cold-damp-raw-day* are ". G. Bush to Dick Anderson-\CODSld-// '
nline. & L. Wiifeerson vs. W. R. Taylor. rocOJ of lots W. 14, 15, 16, and 17, OF OTHER BARGAINS.
HUNDREDS
Jamtgeg attor- mighty uncomfortable, rind West King Tract 1120.00. i|
$400
; Avery & Avery. J. D. Sullivan to David Herschkovitz i
Ma- *yS for plaintiff. sometimes dangerous ... Lot 15, block 127. New City Tract$10.00.I I
Geo. T.'Morgan to Mrs. Carrie S. KIrby' akt
onaa
; ain men you feel all out of sorts and Frost &n g.and Frost -Lots 1. 2. and 3. block 87, New City 1
i sap!: and snarl it's your liver not Tract-$1OO.OO and other valuable consid
erations.
"'1Ir nature. L. L. L. (Lamar's Queen Chamois Vests 1! +
,
rlce5.ravd. Loon Laxative) will thoroughly cor- Silk Gloves ;
Long in all
Fct All liver druggists troubles 50c.and do it quick will keep yon warm and. protect you. I shades at Watson, Parker. & I II ; T. H. LANNON CO.

stocK: Better tiua M or tfot-tnd cheaper.We Reese Co.'s. i .

Plaid Silk Waists and Fancy hart tU sizes and.colon.M i : i

Lace Waists, $3.50 to $14, I Obelisk Flour has all the 1 1I .. r

D. JJ!t Watson, Parker & Reese, CRYSTAL PHARMACY I merits of all other good flour '. .- ,, :- _' :_k:1',; -' ..1-.. _;;:t. {t L:1; '8 -- 1 1
....c. [ ..... 1of
and merit of its
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Broward's Successorand because It ass been given to,the worldIn The WoodensSidewalk& jxsxsxsxsxnxsxsxtacsx&c:

the public prints, and this is that '
VJbe Jmfumla mtfitftl the Next: Primary. the Tavares Herald which was used Should' GOJ" r .
by a fourth gentleman with a military Defeat of the Drainage AmendmentOcaa I
The Journal
state of Florida has just title, Major Alexander St. Clair A couple of weeks ago-The

passed through a very stirring campaign Abrams as a medium to perpetuatehis called attention to the necessity of Banner. __ ..

I:, DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY.I In which the drainage of the views against the drainage proposition getting rid of our unsightly. unsanitary % % !easw xss' --- j
found nice things to,say wooden .
Everglades] was,the leading issue. The mighty dangerous and rotten -
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY about General Ellis in itsissue of two evt'r make *
other issues were overshadowed by sidewalks Pensacola, is : to "
weeks'ago.. -We have analyzed very carefully "swamp and overflowed, were poT..
...BY... this one and towards the close of the It also failed 'to pass unnoticed by 'pretense becoming a.cityi, the arguments made &against the less.to be taxed a single P.en1l11Jn
campaign many orators took the those who are willing to punish them- The Journal's proposition met with drainage amendment and cannot help this amendment for drainage purpoJi

i'V THE JOURNAL COMPANY. stump against the governor's scheme selves with a perusal of the Times- widespread commendation from the believing that 'the people voted And as to the exercise of power thi

V and it seems helped to carry the Union's ponderous editorials that It, more enterprising of :Pensacola's citizens against it under some- confusion and district attorney the comptroller tti
the Times-Union, dicovered at a very board of county commissioners
FRANK L President measure down in defeat The everywhere and there Is no doubtin misunderstanding
... MAYES an General Manager governor late day, that General Ellis possesses The opponents of the amendment city council, all are invested .1Iiti i
v-, takes his defeat calmly and attributes to The Journal's mind that a vast
supreme qualifications of htness relied almost solely on the following more power than would hare beea
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. it to the fact that the peopledid serve the people. majority of the people of the city arguments V conferred on the board of clralnar.

not understand the issue and says! General Ellis was so much pleased would like to see an ordinance passed First that' the adoption of the commissioners if this amendment tu

SUBUCRIPTION RATES that though the amendment is defeated I I with the nice things that Alfred which ,will prohibit the building of amendment would create a political been adopted. And the adoption d
I Abrams had about him that he V
to saT this amendment did not
.. One- Tear .. .. ..........$5 00' One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 he will ontb'1tle his work with the found It quite easy to forget the un- any more of these old-fashioned eyesores machine. sections of. the constitution abrogate other ,

Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 dredges and if the courts decide that pretty expressions which came so and. dangerous pitfalls in the The drainage commissioners were exercises control over all the "hId

I Three Months. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition, per y ar.l, (Q the last legislative act in regard to readily, forcibly 'and 'continuouslY city. merely another board name which for the has internal been in of the state however created. office.

drainage was constitutional thathe from the lips of, the aforesaid Alfred, improvement The internal improvement
An ordinance absolutely; prohibitingtheir exercising bow
during the canvas"preceding the primary existence for & "'ey years
file Only Pensacolm Newmpmper Front Which a R.taII.d will proceed with the work as if the of 1904, when Alfred thought construction is the only means I I I the same powers and charged with the has been the exercising same for the last. f. ?
years powers
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. amendments had been carried. Some that he (Alfred) would make a better by which the wooden sidewalk can be I same duties and responsibilities and amendment placed in the tha haf} t&:

interesting development in this drain- servant of the people in the office made to go. The wooden walks that no charge has been made that it has the drainage commissioners or

age matter are likely to occur' later that General Ellis now holds.If are now down cannot possibly last built up a political machine or has sold millions of acres of land; it! bs

......"BiatnessOmc,16OO ditorlaI' Roams 38 I I Papera an Sale en Trains I I on and especially when the legislaturemeets gether It Is and easy arrive to UtVtWO at a and satisfactory two to more than five years, and many of ever Second attempted that the to do lands so-. are in litiga- handled millions of dollars and &a4 cot
word has been
} and tall In Tallahassee next spring.In them should be condemned immediately one.. saId about fa
New Stands. result it should be easier to put one members not being bonded
New York they believe in short two and three; together and get an but with the ordinance suggested tion.The proposition the amendment its being invested with too af kan: tt

and spirited campaigns and the guber- even more satisfactory result. in force we would, at the end of sought to carry out was to have the power. mad
Officaa-Journal' Building-Cornar Intandanela and Deluna Stm. natorial candidates there' are seldom To recapitulate.- will submit lands drain themselves, and so far
five years, have a very creditable system Fifth, that the drainage cf: tie Even
nominated more than sixty days previous this for the political forecaster to of stone or cement walks. as the results were concerned; that glades is impossible.This .

: PENSACOLA, FLA. MORNING, XOX'ERBER "iS 1906. to the election but 'not so in chew on: if the lands were drained and made Is a debatable question
I I First Major Healy thinks General That Is what the city wants and the fit for cultivation and were added to can only be determined by &!Iii
Florida. The next itemoprsHc. nrl- Ellis who could be is the being test-
plan have only it
-- --- strongest man we suggested
----- --- eoo the taxable resources of the state ed. If A says he''Is a better mi
Pensacola-Jacksonville Train I the vote have been-the same"right'on mary In this state is nearly two years nominated for' governor. I i way we can get it. It is now up to mattered not who they belonged to. physically than B.the only :

down the ticket? off but matters'are beginning to Second, th ::Tavares Herald and Al- the city council to make the first Third, that the members of the termine which Is right is for way then to fo
V Should Be Continued. I shape themselves 'even fred St. Clair Abrams think General V board not bonded officers. to
at this early were
The amendment move. pull off their coats, roll
providing for the Ellis a worthy honest proper public np (jgj,
date. The politicians should give the Identically the same men taat now sleeves and "go at
Information ; itVhen
comes to The Journal establishment of a court of record in servantThird engineers -
31;; ;JH H constitute the internal improvementboard
that the Pensacola-Ja ksonYiIle Escambia people a rest. At least they should the Times-Union finds much differ about whether tii
could
<: night county not affect in % would have constituted the of

train Is to be taken off on Nov. 25. the remotest degree the interests of let the poor fellows now in office go I Ito admire in General Ellis .in that STATE PRESS V COMMENT. drainage,board. and ''three of the five ble draining or not it is the to Everglades give it a trial b met ftasj.

We cannot vouch for the correctnessof the people of either Columbia county through the holidays without causing same capacity.. t i are bonded officers six: The comptroller is not other way under heaven"
And if fourth item is needed to com fad
a I
or Santa Rosa' them to loose sleep over announcements -. l H the commissioner of agricul-
the information but If it is correct county, yet the former pletethis sum I might find it in the I out.We

and it appears to be. the patrons of voted against it and the latter voted of aspiring candidates who are failure of General"'Ellis to allow ine Chipley without a doubt is the best ture and the treasurer. have heard some mIghty good

this train will raise a bowl that can for It. There had been no campaign willing to serve the dear people in .quote..himm the columns of this town in west Florida--Chipley Ban- The treasurer for Instan, does and intelligent men say that the building

be heard from one end of the line to either for or against this amendment official positions.In journal on the subject of the Tavares ner. not give a separate bond for the of a railroad to Key West is an
school fund the road fund, universityfund Impossible proposition but
Herald and Times-Union's flirtation It is bslag
the next primary all the cabinet
the other and it oughT to be heard I In either one of these counties, the with him and his qualifications to "Sic 'Urn." etc, -but gives a bond coveringall done. This shows that good and wise

V and heeded too. people of one county could have no officers., two justices of the supremecourt serve the people. ;: Said the clergyman of Miami to the funds of which he is in any way men are very"often mistaten.: !:

:When this night service was put on more reason for being for it or againstit one railroad commissioner Metropolis: "Sic 'urn."-Miami Me responsible aod this provision covers The final 'objection aghast the

it was understood by the traveling than the people of the other county, three congressmen and a United V 'And' now' the ;Live Oak Democrathas tropolis.Up the funds derived' from the sale of adoption of the amendment' that
public that It was to be States senator will have to be chosen gone to uslng;'book paper for Its "swamp and overflowed lands" as the lands, if drained, are tameless
improved and still their
votes were diametrically and the perpetual politician is already daily issue. We: had: an idea the To Claude. other funds in his hands. Some of the pioneers in It-! Everglades
after the venture had proved itself to opposed to each The "official Tallahassee
other. I organ" at The treasurer has been treasurerof section whose reracitv sursjj
be a paying one. And now we hear There 'is only one way to accountfor speculating on some of these posi Democrat was making money, but I will now proceed to explain.-St Au- the fund for fifty years with no additional -: high in the public estimation sa> the

that if is'to be taken off altogether.We this peculiar and contradictory position tions.In that is no reason why it should squander -gustine Record. bond and not one word of objection lands are the richest in the worl,

V think there Is no doubt that this on the part of these two coun- the primary of two years ago its Income.Punishmentfor. Wiling to Modify. was ever before raised against i and If drained would add a rich section

train has paid both the K & N. Treasurer Knott, Comptroller Croon., itFourth of more than ten million acres I
and ties on a question In which neitherone Perhaps Chairman Griggs is now '
that it placed the handsof
Jn to the state's domain capable of
and ; producing
Commissioner of
the Seaboard Air Agriculture Mc- willing to modify his anti-election assertion -
Line
and
we think had the remotest Interest the drainage board unrestricted and In abundance choice semitropical >
.
V also that a regular train The chief Lin "passed up" without a fight,. but the Guilty Diyorcee. that "the people are all crazy unlimited
passenger issue of the campaignwas power. and tropical fruits and vegetal!
instead of a mixed affair as has been the drainage amendment. Every it Is very doubtful if they will play We entirely agree with the followIng this year.w-Gainesvll1e Sun. The very wording of the amendment that would make that section of Florida

running, would have' paid much better -! voter knew how he wanted to vote in such lade when they come up for i. from the Mobile Item: Jacksonville's Late Mayor. restrained the commissioners and the richest and most delightful
.. re-election. An opponent of one of The entire state sympathizes with limited their powers. 'ihe amendment Spot on the inhabitable globe and an!
Leaving Pensacola
at 5 in the on that question-the other amend- If the courts in granting divorces,
fixed the amount of taxes that
of which would have been done at
I a
Jacksonville
these officials it is rdI I in the loss of its respected -
popular so
afternoon and reaching Jacksonville 1 ments he had not studied. If was of would at the same time hand a prison mayor Hon. Geo. M. Nolan. He could be levied and restricted the levyto cost of not a penny to the tax payers

the next morning, and the return train no particular importance to him mored, is already feeling around sentence to the offending party, where was a faithful official a talented and "swamp and overflowed lands. of the state except those directly ben-
leaving Jacksonville In I among his friends to ascertain his proof of guilt was sufficient on whichto There never was a board more restrained efitted.
the afternoon, whether they were carried or de- polished gentleman of the old 'schooL '
''and reaching Pensacola at 10 in the feated. possible strength should he enter the base a' decree of divorce fewer He will be sadly missed.-Marianna I :and limited. Lands in the We cannot believe that the peop!
I irregularities would'be found in the
arena against this officiaL I TImes-p<>urler. V middle of the' Everglades unless understood the proposition.
i morning. formed ,
a service in and out The Australian ballot is a somewhat lives of married tieoole. There are

of Pensacola that had long been!! difficult ballot to vote even for Supt. Holloway went into office bya men willing to face a divorce court Victory for Claude.-'" *

needed and which, now that It has nany intelligent men and in the matter good majority but after a hard fight especially: so when the divorce proceedings Claude L'Engle the brilliant editorof -, RED OR GREEN. PetroJ-.

been established, will seriously Inter-, of a constitutional amendment it having defeated Sheats in the primary are kept' from publication, the Tallahassee Sun is happy; JohnA. 1- The first mention of petroleua b
and Wolfe in the 'elec who would not be so eager to get intoa Graham the he has .. fenmbkea
fere wIth business If it is taken off. I!:is an exceptionally hard matter for general divorce court with the danger of gentleman : of the Color BUa America was mad by Father De h j
This I'', tion. Secretary of State Crawfordwas been pilloring for some time, has gone I Pact. \7blttJer. Roche d'Allleo, a Franciscan, in 1623. I
train should not only be con. an elector to vote just as he desires a few years in the penitentiary facing down in defeat. It is |
another official who had a good them. certainly a big I It Is weD"Down that the poet Whit'tferwaa'cotorbllnd'and It may be a wprl: e-to many people:! t. j
These comments based
tinned, but it 'to are on
should be converted into! do and to be sure in his own mind victory for the Tallahassee editor, and
V run for his money In the first primary the action of the 'National Congress unable to distinguish know that both the product itself sat !
a regular passenger train that he has voted that shows the power of the press when in
making a way. I I red from lIe the lad
I he disposed of Senator Kirk and on Uniform Divorce Laws at PhiladelphIa -the hands of a vigilant and fearless green. once names petrol petroleoi were
regular schedule. The business men I, Therefore when the voters of'Columbia in the'second primary swept Senator which adopted a series of man.-Ocala Banner. bought for himself a necktie which he familiar at least1 *s far back u \bit

on this end should make that fact county went to the polls, being I resolutions favoring certain uniform : supposed to be of a modest and suit,J middle of the fourteenth century. Tails

known to the L. & N.. and those 'on 'opposed to the drainage amendment I rumored Broome out some of time his path.that It Shep.was divorce laws for all the states but Bitter Pill.Osceola able olive tint and 'wore)'It'unce.. He j Sloaae manuscript (fifteenth t,,teDw,1

the other end should Impress it upon:::!and wanting to make sure that they I ago made no sugestlons as to the prison county has made up' her never wore It again,. for his fjdenda mention is made both of rock-oil tit
the Seaboard. I were voting against it they voted .Clark, of Blountstown, would be a punishment for violation of the crim- mind that drainage is a bitter pill and coon made,Mm aware that It offended I of.the correct derivation of the matwhich :
candidate for this but is inal laws. not at all to her
Pensacola is "no" balI I position it liking. The vote in against the traditional .quietness of Is mediaeval Latin and of
particularly interested i on every amendment on the hardly probable that Mr. Crawford's This is not only common sense,but that county was 247 against and only costume enjoined alike by the habits I' course has nojfilng to do with Petal
V and Pensacola's business with the L.1 lot. For the same the people 60 for drainage. Experience is
reason a
opponent if he has will It ought to'form the basis for' good I ,
one, come of the Friends and by his own taste. "Petroleum olecm at factum de peta
& N. Railroad is of sufficient I of Santa Rosa good teacher and those who have not
county being in favorof
Importance { from Calhoun aw.; If the guilty party in a divorce Gallice Is
to justify county. had it will do well to inquire of those The tie was of flaming scarlet. ), petroille. Tetrolcum u
some immediate assurance the drainage amendment and wantIng For the office of Attorney-General proceeding wer made to suffer some who have.-St. Augustine Record. On another occasion when he founda oil made from J'Om Fyfencfc po.

on the part of that line that to be sure that they were voting W. H. Ellis led Alfred Abrams by a kind of a penalty when the fact of little, girl in dlitresa.on account of troille.") The property'ot drawiaf .

the service will be both continued and'for It, voted "yes" on every amend- good vote and the present attorney- the guilt is proven, fewer people Difficult to Amend Constitution. a new gown, made over from her elder I fire had struck the ImiglnaUoa toni

improved. "ment on the ballot would lay themselves liable to'suit The drainage amendment is hope- sister's which wa.-.not becoming to before the work quoted la ":'iature.w *
I general has made a very'efficient of- lessly beaten and it Is now doubtfulif
It follows therefore that with the for divorce and fewer' suits would be .coloand complexion, be tried published. la 1KW Lodge used !it I ,
ficer. any of the desirable amend J
Whether or not he will stand more I
Columbia county has gone on recordIn I exception of their vote on the drain brought. i ments to the coast t ton have car- to console her. In a metaphor: "As the clay petrol
for 're-election to his present position "I wouldn't 'mind 'wbat'a rude draweth fire to the looks do gather
no uncertain terms on the question age amendment, the vote of the people Even under the present law the ried. It is proverbially difficult all boy
will doubtless depend on his decision about it said affection." The word petal (or petreoH!)
of. amending the state constitution, of these two counties was not cast over the world Co emend a constitution says MarJ.he kindly. .
=; In the recent election V to enter the fight for a higher evidence and proof which furnishesground by popular vote, the reason being "Thee look*' T ry' wen Indeed In' It disappeared from:EnsB&i and did not f
they voted :318 intelligently on the other constitutional -
majority office. It has been rumored that he for divorce in certain cases that there is not usually enough fight like an orefd Mary dressed all ia return.until the days of the motor.Of
against
increasing supreme amendments. We have simply has aspirations for a seat in 'congress and whicn is in, Itself of a criminal Over the matter to get up aa excitement green." Industry when it was rdatrata
court judge's salaries; 350 majority!singled out these counties as illustrations -and call out a full vot .Tampa fromthe'renchtoteenaeofrefaedpetroleam.
but it is hardly probable that .he will nature is sufficient to send the defendant Unf ortunately. Mary was not dressed I

against raising salaries of criminal but"the same reasoning will in enter the fight against Lamar. The to the penitentiary if the Times.To In green..* She ,wia ted haired, and her : .. I

court judges; 299'majority against establishment -"all probability hold true In every dress was red. That 'was'tile trouble.Once'oa .
authorities would to
the Passed.
"I.> i rumor that seems to be more probable go troubleto Be Hoped it *
of Escambia court of other county in the state. a day in mld.March'wl1eD; Pocket For W.sie'w un-
record We have definite announce
seen no
In regard to the aspirations of the at bring the action but no one has
and 359 against the drainage J ment as yet of the fate of the amend- out :walking with a Friend and deeply Women who have for yean heel I
amendment. A Frenchman under sentence of I torney-general is that he will becomea ever heard of such action being i ment to increase the salaries of the engaged in conversation Mr. WhIttier I martyrs to faa ton'8j>rottlbitiwi! of tt!;

death in a Paris prison will get 'niar- candidate for governor. Several little broughtIt judges. Did it lose out! Will we approached'too. near for safety to a pocket win tear with delight the neWs \\1

The Vote on the ned before the execution occurs. incidents of recent date would seem would be a- good thing to make have to wait for the official figures place wherej;,blasting I was going on. that it is to,,be' restored this ntBr.I:

Probably doesn't care what he does to indicate that the gubernatorial bee compulsory the criminal prosecutionof I from Tallahassee to know about this The danger signal wa shown, but by the arbiters of the mode csys I

: Constitutional Amendments.The now. is buzzing rather loudly In his head every guilty defendant in a divorce The amendment voters were mood not In on a constitutional that fateful- I neltherTrlend' .noticed it'until a workman special cable dispatch from London; t I(

recent vote on the and among the most interesting of proceeding, better still, to provide Tuesday and we suspect that the t violently waving' his arms and the Boston Herald. Th. opportae:? 1t
constitutional
amendments developed I Getting Ready for these are the following; noted by that the granting of a divorce should judges will have to'work at the old shouting, leaped before them and to reinstate the'pocket in Its old pies ,,1
some very warned them back. or Inside the jlett hand seam of C' 4sk1rtatthebsck'tsaffordedbytie'
peculiar things one of which Claude L'Engle in the, last issue of carry with it such punishment for the .scale.-Live Oak pemocrat.Lawyers
seemed Christmas Edition.The "I didn't see the ,
I {Big flag at all said ,a
to be that people do not vote intelligently his Tallahassee Sun: guilty party as would be commensurate Ravishing the Law. Sir. Wh1w i'a cbpjpaaloa."I t turn to.second emptre,modes. Bf&ii:

V on such questions. We do not Journal is now engaged in pre It seems that this gubernatorialfight with the offense. Florida really has cause for con- saw lt,*, Kdotned the poet witha Is implied, a ,veryVwifie skirt h.PI
paring matter for its big Christmas is going to be distinguished by her crime record
gratulation in as
t mean by this that the voters tw1nte-fn'hIs'q "but I In folds wSich convenient. 'far tt!; t
are not Printers thought it
Ink has issued
bock
a of
Edition which will be issued next having its combatants of very high comnared with many cf her sister l lIt
V intelligent for an intelligent man may rank. The last days of the much-de some 560 entitled wag in honor of fit Patrick. Thee insertion of a capadona pocket Ifni
I
month and that number promises to pages "Newspapers states. >s bad enough here, entirely -
very often fail to do some things intelligently be notable bated drainage campaign developed Worth Counting in which a vast too bad. but not nearly so bad as knows my defect I can't tell Erin the eel tlgHt)) skfrt that d>?o l *I

and this seems to be a a one. I another "General" as a gubernatorial amount of information regarding the up In Georgia for instance where from explosions except by the harprYouth's pocket and drOTe'wom to carry wrist!
case that proves the Everyone remembers The Journal'sChristmas candidate. murder is ravaging the state like an Co nPaniou. bags, which have proved a perfect
proposition. Edition last year and Just why a man who V is elected to leading newspapers of the UnitedStates 'epidemic and lawyers are ravishingthe tressura trove'to street tbicTes8be !
V We ara not Influenced In this opinIon everyone also remembers the magnificent the office of Attorney General shouldbe and their 'circulations Is fur. low to prevent it from punishingthe CULINARY CONCEITS.

V by ,any feeling either of disappointment Housewarming Edition which known henceforth and forever- nished. The portion devoted to Florida murd(>rers.-Live Oak Democrat. .etc..b'

or of dissatisfaction over was issued just before the September more as "General," I do not know shows that there are in tile state Meats or soups should not be covered -I have not; een you for II IT- '}
but it is the custom, I will follow In Cbs KltcAea. closely while hot
V the defeat of any particular amend. storm and for which calls as 177 newspapers and periodicals, of Herr 'Doctoc,,,notT ithstandin< ttat *.I .
it to the exent of saying that General" Have few articlos about the
: sick
as
Toast ,Is, much Improved If meltei f la
meat but we are led to the conclusion have not yet ceased in. which 12 have average Issues exceed- live only a few, atreeta apart.'bere:
coming William H. Ellis can no longer
aa possible. The sink brush. pan scraper butter is It
I poured over Instead of fcyou've (
by the peculiar difference in the W0 cannot promise that the forth. conceal from himself, or- those to :' lug 1,000 copies.. Of these 12 papers,'. dish mop and soap shaker may: be spreading It with cold butter.. Berlin. learned with much regret iron

vote on these amendments as cast by coming Christmas :Edition will be any whom he talks, his determination to I' three dailies and one weekly are en-:: hung above it, and you will also find It' When scalding milk If do been IIL Herr'DotucWbt f.'
not wrrte 1;
you
I the various counties throughout the better than the Housewarming Edi- take a chance at the highest seat in titled to be named in Tnniers' Ink: convenient to have the potato masher wish the that? She-My brother :
the councils of-the state.If ti cream to rise on It.pour Into a from ladU.-FQegende latter- I
state. We can illustrate this peculiarity tion, but we can say thfs-next to the I were not too good a friend of Roll of Honor, thfv being the onlyj i'i I and a large: spoon at hand. The latter ,' jug: as soon as scalded and stand the -

by citing just two counties latter It will be the finest paper The our worthy Attorney General I might i ones whose circulation statementswere bawerer. must be bung high out :;! Jug In a bowl of cold water. Speaking of tha irony at fate, vty J I':

-COlumbia and Santa Rosa.In Journal has ever Issued, and that is say something about a train conversation -. such as to merit that distino:!f .f reach of ell splash. If possible keep (i If when frying'fish of any kind a little It that a man's friend someOniw W

Columbia county all of the saying a good deal. which occurred a week or two tion. The Journal is onO the three]\, the salt box to the right of the rang! salt U prickled on the bottom of get bfan but his enemies neftrl- I* I

amendments were defeated. In Santa Advertisers should begin to ago: in which one of the speakers wasa dailies mentioned. The LOOK should1 j I i[ and as near to it as the construction o5 the pan when it Is hot and the pot boll- till (Tex.) transcriptCaaV5.T'eCU.!
prepare
the .
who bore another military kitchen will permit. i
gentleman the fish
lug .
Rosa .can !e
turned
county all of the amendmentswere | easily withI
their' copy' at once for the Christmas be a valuable for advertisers "ho .

carried. And in each county number. Buyers have come to look title.Major Healy. coming from Jacksonville are seeking reliable: information IIU Baa Break.' I I 1 out Banana breaking In the least When a sick person li beconctej: *

the vote on ail of the amendments upon The Journal as the special on his way west where he was about newspaper circulations.V "Why have yon and Harry ceased to table ricer pulp and pressed"through seasoned a vej- valescent, the rule of a QUiet ton ttweea -
was practically the same, the vote sent by "He-who-must-be-obeyed" to V be friends as pumpkin aftcrooa
on guide for Holiday buying 2'aDl14'o'clock Ia the
Just as it V will ; i
produce pies quite
the drainage amendment is educate the people'how to'vote right "He wanted to begin economizing the equal to ,(hoe* to onti) cs-::
being a little the buyers' guide at all oilier timesof according to the viewpoint of the ea.dt. of the delectable vegetable and with A should still ba adhered ::' I
heavier than'on the others. the' Candles treated follows will notmelt minute we became eJg:1ged.-cbicao Itr regainedEven 1ft
year. Attractive advertising aforesaid "He" on.this drainage question as pronounced saving or labor. plete nghis t I
The vote on the drainage amendment during the Holidays is what gets the which was to vote no; confessedto and run down while burning: Record-Herald. ,> To freshen 'a stale loaf of bred patient cannot obtain sleep the fart I

in each of these counties is trade and it should form as much a : a man he met on the sleeping car, I Make a thick lather of soap and wa- twist It'up tightly In a paper'be* and lying quiatly.to a darkened room '

easily explained. Santa Rosa county I part of the merchant's business as it ,.that: General Ellis was in his (Healy's) ter. Take one candle at a time and Lawson The Toa Oolr Safe Way.wife place It la a. moderately hot oven. rest botij eyea and braIn. prof I I
in Florida cover with foam. Wipe off say your never that feflncof wideawskebr1b'which .
opinion the strongest man the thick i
approved of the Bolls buns coffee
scheme and is
drainage
V to supply himself With a good I disobeys ? .cake etc., can also eve"
who could enter the rate for goY what you can with the moist band and you be treated Invalid so oftenfeel ia the '
Columbia county disapproved of it stock to selL ernor. lay away to dry. Dawffon-Xo. I never give her any 'successfully la 'the -same lea to them tbe p'leasaitest Czsa or CA 'I

and each voted accordingly. On The Journal has never failed" to When Major Healy says a man Is orfiara.-Somerville Journa. way. I lay In consequence.

this question the voters of each county "make good" for all ,of Its advertisers the strongest man who can enter any ----_ _- -= V -. --- V V I V V ----- -

knew what they wanted and their but a special effort will be made this given political race. I must leave it
to those more politically wise than I
votes were cast Intelligently In ac year to give those advertisers the
to Interpret what that means.
V cordance with their wishes. very best that hard work, ability a But as this conversation of the ma-

put on the other amendments they tremendous circulation, and a careful or's possibly might not be construedby

V voted just as they did on the drainage attention and interest In their Inter the friends of General Ellis: 'as favorable *N I
V chances Iwon't
gentleman's
amendment. There was really no ests will produce.. say to anything the about It

connection between this amendment Get ready for The Journal's Christmas There is one thing, however that

and the ,other four-why then should Edition. I can mention with perfect propriety Because of those ugly, grizzly gy hair U.e"LA CREOLE" HAIR
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Every article advertised .1.lf


Dowerunder EarlyPurc'hase Opportunity' here'19 of best
,U'POaeL,' ( value and =:


wer the lowest price."An .
Uer UtalS.

''d .be OUr thve u f UST a few Special Bargains this time__the kind we are noted for. Such is explained below. Surely there is something there to interest you. But g i.f f



)iralnaetent clan had of J first we want to have a little. heart-to-heart talk with you about our methods. May we ask your indulgence? Good, clean merchandising has been F


ate oth. our policy through of success. This policy embraces method of honest truthful
J.officers"hick> years our advertising- advertising'that never results in a customer'sdisappointment : 1


bead induced by a desire to please a customer rather than to make a sale. That's where we win. ;:

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act. fftya' --...; .
this 1I

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14&It and has Krippendorf-Ditman Shoe for LACE CURTAIN DEPARTMENT The Most Complete Line of Dress Goods ,1

and bout not Ladies' Wear. to Select From Is Here at the
its ON SECOND FLOOR. ;;J

tcnrs ormuch In all styles, sizes and widths-any last desired..
for FORBES, .. .. STORE. .
Headquarters everything in Nottinghams, Irish Points, :Fish Nets, Tambours, t" .::

le E er. A shoe made famous by 'the' 'Com Arabians-plain white, colored, two-toned' effect and in ivory,made by Bromley Manufacturing Dress. SanAofcoIthorsetb"'true valTO" .-.1;
,
,r<. meyer' Compact of New York sold Company, a firm with a daily I output 0 f'S,000 pairs of Curtains. Such exceptional S Styles and full of "wear-well"most qua approved } _of-!

11g on tester and. 0 under their own label as an evclu- bargains here that we predict an unprecedented rush, so co early. ity. A particular line worQy cf f
sive brand and of the fastest New ., notice in Raids, Broad Cloths, Venetians ,i;
mauI w
.y and Serges. Trimmings in all .j
to de- York pattern. We sell this shoe fifth -
styles and shades to match dr hem to the belief that it is th erepresenting finest lady's goods. Of .
course we have
) theiren shoe made the personification moth stock of higher price main sand I

:er the en- 3 of foot comfort style and wear IRISH POINTS. r s JUST- SPECIALS lr; ; goods,Iuh: this line we show as bargains

> teas!. Ing quality; appealing to the lover of y largest and most complete :.J J
. Thereto tr, d' the beautiful, the seeker of comfort Effective curtain stuffs at + 7( Almost everything is represented of all. Xo room here to indiTidnalfee j
slight but this lot la !
' here all at lowest range, cost
priced possible
the '
find economically inclined. Prices O. 1
,cost! We know ot nothing at bargains in the city. :Many from ,
:; range from the pair, i
:
.. a surprise here for the curtain 25ctoS1.5Oyard 'i
y goode anywhere near like cost that will .
build- purchaser. On sale now at -

: is an $2 to $-3.50 add to the outward appearance of 4 Taffetas. .,.;!

i being / a home, to say nothing of the te;,. $1.50 to $4 the pair, "Money-back"SiIk '
,d wise Taffetas sold on i
coziness of the interior, as curtains t their own reputation. Many shades !.
and blends. Wee are sole agents for .
it the of this character. New'I___ .. these silks !
and pride ourselves
as eless.that Heywood{ Shoes for ']Men.Irish. Point of a quality that will Swiss Curtains. our our trade.success la- obtaining them for on :

3 Even stand many: trips to the laundry .f

stands: With this lot are many: other .. f Fresh crisp goods- composing $1 to 52 a yard ,
.
theworld ..
lay I I. effective
mighty smart and
some ,
big kinds of lace curtains in plainand E Y. creations. Special attention is 1
,ch New York stores of Rogers Peat Com f .
'r
secs figured grounds at prices 'd; I called! to this lot of Swiss curStyle and Distinction '1'I
J. pany-a store famous for its mer- tains-there's many a fine bargain ..

of pro-. I chan di.. e quaKty. The "man of the ranging from, per pair, on show. Remarkably beautiful In Furs. 'f
:ailtrop.etables: .
(
hour nnds only pleasure in the wearing patterns at

:of Flor.lightfnl. t of the Heywood shoe. Style and $4 to $10. The inadequacy of dlscription of .i '.!
looks Well the shoe is here for a o $1.00 to'$ .50 the pair these splendid furs makes it necessary l

and all I your inspection; and speaks for it- + that we ask you to step Into our 'ii'
l8 at,a e store and view them to be convinced '
i stlL We sell over 1,000 pairs each
e 1
payersfly of their real beauty. Here Is afforded
bene year, so guess we can testify to their exceptional: inducements for making '

goodness-and a thousand satisfied early purchases-not alone for the
i saving in price, but special f.
peopleeum advantage
i tmvers back us up. Nothing more to
\ be said but that the price is low shoe of selection impossible to get later. ,
Boas and Scarfs in profusion the
= considered W J & B FORBES I
main feature of which is faultless t
from the factories of the most expert
makers. :f.
!b I
De Is $3.50 J

!n 161.eople t\ 123 South Palafox Street. S2.5O to $10 piece. i

to the pair. t .
,elf and '
;D were iI S !
the ,, _'___ ;
u 'II('!

. In tilt I tt.Jn >: x lIltJll1f.i aattiF>a>ssi+sxwx Jxi31x1t9L73 !1i"xI 3k .

century'on and: ) OThtIE. TRAIL-, OF SPANISH COIN CRADLE: ALTAIPensacola's R, AND GRAVE i I };, ; -1 1Ii i iIi

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e name, Auction Sale

and of LABOR AGENCIESMrs. Her, Emanuel Daniel and HarriettJohnson.

k Ie In Peters pets 11 aJlICh. rOUND ONISLAND Vital Statisticsof Births. l'' of Fifty ((50)) I : ;

the Past-Week. Wfclte-To J- F. John and wife, a:,m
peelrawlDif the preliminary hearing of the Lock- '
Quackenboss, of New hart cases in this city who is charged girl; to LeVl Braswell and wife a Automobiles. i
girl; to Chas. W. Simmons and wife i.
with having"sent men south under
on long RECORD OF MARRIAGES BIRTHS a boy; to Louis A. Arredondo and
York Watching Peon- false represen.t&t1oUSWUer & Frank
a ture" wife, to Antonio Mallacca and It
I a girl; i
used it also ot New York who were instrumental I AND DEATHS IN CITY FOR PAST wife, a girl; to Lyman Gardner and Consisting of the following well-known makes
In Bending to the
- Case Closely.REPRESENTATIVE many men ... .1
petrolgather age ,
wife
at Lockhart will in all probeablllty SEVEN DAYS. a.boy.. i.
camps, be called upon to explain their \ 1 I Colored-To. J. Stlleman and wife, a Cadillacs, Reos, Mitchells, Pope HartfGrds,\ arafj fj ,

petreo!) OF NEW YORK actions before the federal. court as girl. Deaths. I I e biers, Orient Buckboards, and several Electric Ma-
did not soon as the'.testimony in the case now Where It Had Been Buried The following is the record of marriages i
itorcarrodueed ORGANIZATION NOW HERE FOR at bar in this city reaches,New York. I births and deaths during theP4st White-Thoa. Webb, 62 years, pneumonia .. chines. .
Mrs. Quackenboss stated to a Journal For Years, Until Waves week, as shown in the offices of ; Mrs. Alice McConnell, 50 a {
refined PURPOSE OF GATHERING EVIDENCE representative yesterday that already the'county judge and city clerk: years (no cause given); James g
enough evidence bad been adducedto It View. "/ Marriages. Davenport, 40 years, (no cause
to
'TO USE AT PROSECUTIONS warrant the New York courts in Brought I Wiite Melvin J. AlcOibbon and given); Lula Bryars, 32 years, tumorof MN Sale commences at 10 o'clock, a. m., November '"
revoking the license of Miller & brain; Whiting Gregory Prytz 9
Ponnie Davis, Mike Zanettl and Katie
- IN THAT CITY. Frank I Smischulk, David W. Show and Elise years, paralysis; :Mrs. & M. Stephens, 21st, next, Mobile, Ala., and continuing i until all are a
been in
3 Parties engaged fishing along
)
l of the Mrs. Quackenboss, during her inves- the outside beach of Santa Rosa R.::Kehon, Michael Connolly and CoraE. 24 Colored years -(no Mattie cause Robinson given. heart I tox f sold. .a
tigation into the cases of alleged Island discovered the latter Johnson, James Aiken and Rosalie :
ie newS Mrs. Mary Grace Quackenboss. during Erelena Mallory, 73 ,
peonage has I traveled under several portion of the week several pieces of Ranch, W. T. Dick and Clara M. Stur- disease; years Reduced rates on all railroads on account of thereunion. i
aotsmn"pa chose at the trial of the I( paralysis t Laura Thompson, 45 years,
presence
different \. Chas. T. Campbell and Lula P :Jji
and has
names represented [
Spanish coin which had been uncovered -I.divan .
William Shelby 10 months, .
[ in the United States dropsy; .
peonage case herself in different ways. She visited by the September hurricane, and, McClanny.I Gaynelle -
given) Spratt
adon tortTinltr :court has excited much, curiosity is the camps at Lockhart and was there which had evidently been buried at:I .Colored-Henry Freemen and Early:: two(no months cause scrofula.; See Mobile papers for further particulars '.
). 'the' representative of the People's Law known as Miss Grace Winterton and the point for a century or more. I[Richardson, Henry Charleston and H rz
d placeof Firm. an organization whose object it posed as a correspondent of McClure's Seven or eight pieces' somo of. Louisa Daniels, Wilbert Glover and I I' AddressBruce's
tt> Is to took .out for the Interests of magazine. During her visit to Lock- which were the size of an'American,Emma Wiley Thos. :Milton and I r-
thereBy xewly landed immigrants and others hart according to men, from the dollar were picked up, SOMe'of them Corrine Todd, Henry Brecon and CROSS WHEN HIT BY TRAIN. I ttp
this who recognized'her the instant Elizabeth Jacob, Robert Harris and
camp being stuck fast together as though -
and see that tbey are not imposed A. L. GOULD
Anglngforth ;upon and also represents, indirectly she set foot in the' United States they had been packed in some box:Cornelia Taylor, Morgan Moore and Abed Farmer Tell Crew They Star Ii, fMobile .
tile Jewish Charities of the city of court In this city: she made a most where they had remained for such a:Vivian E. Welsh Isaac Lee and Willie Hart Somebody Some DaT. :

It'was New York., She Is here for the purpose minute inquiry-"Into conditions exist- long time as to become glued to. one, Illambrick, Jos. Terrill and Josephine James Garth seventy years old. 0 Ala.
.ed the of gathering evidence to be used ing there even going to .the lengthof another. I Daniel William Vaughn and Lottie farmer of Webster Groves, Mo., was Iai

j Wrlt '11he prosecution of certain labor questioning every foreigner Interpreter employed The party, among whom 'was Chas.,Davis Walter Wood and Georgia Conowdrifi ;- hit by an engine; and knocked down .zKzdlz[llzillxfzxilxssSkl .I36uIAY azEw.rt lnikJ ,,LQ7X
the through
at
perfectan gents In New York who it is alleged camps Langdon, made a search of the beach the railroad embankment fifteen feet -- ..
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referenceto I -
with -
lave violated the state law in sending Sandor, especially,labor at for other coin after the discovery but. the other afternoon. says a st Louis --- ---
Immigrants' and others out ot the city their dealings with agents none could be found and having .rZf dispatch. The train crew offered to t
lor the purpose of.obtaining work for New York. nothing with which they could dig I :e yrFM assist him. but he angrily refused.
them. Mrs. Quackenboss has been Mrs. Quackenboss, or Miss Winter- into the sand they came to the city.. "Dol gone-It,". fc* said, "why don't Rink.
apehat prominently identified with alIegedJ"oonae ton asked Manager Harlan U he would Several of the pieces bear the date of ,/L fellows look out? You'll hurt Skating
wa !; cases in Jacksonville grow- send every Immigrant back to New 1792 and others of 1786. you
some day"After
Here In iag out cf the alleged mistreatmentof York who was dissatisfied with conditions The point where the coin was found somebody had started again
the train on
et that men at Buffalo Springs, and has at the camp, promising through was about tWf'nty-two mile from the
bo told also been interested in other cases the organizations with which she was life saving station on the beats. Garth got in the middle of. the track I I

ote me \set l&e! nature Jn various parts, of the connected, to find employment for any which had been washed considerably and continued his journey.A I
country persons: who might be returned. She by the last storm. The crowds are nightly increasing at the popu-
The case now pending New York was very rigid in her inquiries regarding .
'IB that of Sigmund S. Schwartz whose one man who It,was alleged, Leading Authority Little Short ot Fnd tar Bruce's Rink. Fine music
Skating night.
wb111lea came was mentioned by witnesses in had been shipped south by Schwartz "Mister" said the sad faced Individ- Mr. Trite-Phist-More money? What every
for I nil who bad sneaked in the big l skyscraper bare you dose with that dollar I gave
, r
s- Courteous treatment and strict order
!-:rqcOD last week Mrs. Tyte-Phist- prevails every
"can 1 sell you the great 'En: you
That's in the ravings bank but I can't
I cyclopedia of Sporting Events?
draw the interest on it till next Jan night.
d TJop*, replied the busy man. "We
I. hare one encyclopedia of, sporting. uary. I want another dollar to. run
Can Have in the mnntime.-Chlca.
!ime boternoos Everybody events already. the house on FANCY DRESS NIGHT. .
"Hut soT Where do you keep It?* go Tribune.

it conxiu TVby -we try to keep him on that
Good Health
: the i1a'' stoot'ever there, addressing envelopes.I r : j"sy and
of The Fan Tig Special feature Wednesday night, every l
I
fact mean the o23ce boy and he is an encyclopedia
Pp But the first essential Is a Rood dizestioif. It the food Is Some who feed their pigs largely oa
willicciaY S -' digested the body U not suffleiwiUy nourish- on everything from a
J
UD not properly gameof
. + ed' the bowels are ctogged and Impure blood te *nt eours- skiddoo to the Olympic games."- grain and crowd them to marketable lady is requested to appear in fancy dress. A prize r
> Sins through the entire system. Iso womiw you're sick.Hosteller's stOFTHEIIU weights at six months of age sell themin

ie eve11. Gets Bottle of Chicago Newrk- -- April and May, writes a Michigan will be awarded to the m<*st graceful lady dancer, and

farmer in American Agriculturist. f
.
, of tbII he t and had disappeared completely.Mrs. Others, prefer to feed less grain one to the lady:appearing in the most appropriate costume -

I ., Quackenboss is a most rigid through the winter,letting! the pigs eat

n Bitters cross questioner and is thoroughly familiar more clover, corn fodder, roots and for k ting: Ten minutes will be allowed each,
Stomach with every phase of her busIness. .> cheaper feeds until grass atarts. They

She is apparently of a nervous Under U.S.Gwernmenfmspecttaii. then make a rapid growth with, the ladies and gentlemen for fast skating. Open every .i
at one*, and let It restore yesrdigegttve condition e bowela temperament and moves with the agility dairy waste in which to mix to* mealor
n aa and make the andhen uu'A eaiorcheered good health. and graceof.a leopard. She Is 'a mill feed A good share of the feed j from 7:30 toO o'clock,
I t For curing sad preventing Heartburn, Cramps, Poor most pleasing little,lady in conversation -, is gathered from the fields. This meth- night except Saturday
f Appetite.. Indigestion -D -pepsla. Costtvenesa, Fe. and possesses a winsome personality excellent butcher'a pork and
male Ills, BWeusness. Colds; Chills OP Malaria. that makes friends of alUwith. od gives .
Fever and Ague is also an excellent plan to follow la F. B. BRUCE, Prop and Manager.
whom she
it Is excellent. Try,It and see for yourself, j comes In contact-excepting el producing the present very pop lr
those trail
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; i iJBARGA.llNS} i REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE $650.00 S50. O Down) I, Safe' PANAMA CITY I Ii on ce JIlt Y




I RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT fiaolc'

I. IHIOMES I RETURNS MADE. $lOa Month. Investment '


MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON FLORIDA I dts
REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES. "Use a reasonable amount of I
& sound Judgment, but put your i ,
East TJ WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN
i eight-room, modern dwelling on Wright street "
A two-story near Palafox ..................... ... .... ..- ... ................$8000.00 : PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU money in property. Wi'

Hill, with > EITHER. Our list of properties Includes many
North large reception
cottage on
A splendid new six-room little 3 4-
,Buys a nice or of the city.
all
in parts
choice locations
hall, with fire place and folding doors opening Into the dining J WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? .
i. room closet In every room, butler's pantry, china closet made WE CAN SELL IT. both for Investment and home purposes.Have NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL
furnished house T back and i
Into wall and a bath room elegantly screened a room
: lovely home all In first-class condition ..........................4900.00 J cottage, you any vacant lots, ,
Fire Insurance Placed inFirstClass houses or business propertyfor
Seven.room dwelling excellent neighborhood on East Hill with a lot > front galleries! house has sale?,
2 110 by 150 feet, stone walk arqund same stables etc ..........$4500.00 : : Companies. Somebody wants what :you f ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY j

A seven-room dwelling, modem conveniences. on a corner lot 80 been built two and have and we have lightning
new years '
of find that some-
methods ng
by 13714! feet on East Gadsden street, a comfortable and desirable :
i home could not be duplicated for the money ................'.....$4000.00 body. If you have not triedus '
rents for $1.50 a week. ask those who have.: Hotel Saw and Planing Mill
Panama I
: Slx-room dwelling at Goulding, fronting the railroad with 20 acres open, machinery -

of land .................................................*..........$2500.00 i. Enega1l111tIHIomes Here's the opportunityto It does not property cost you with anything us. Do It to list i here. Cement"Block Works here. 1200-foot *

A four-room and hall dwelling on East Strong street, lot 60 by your

2 new 137"/2 feet ...................................,.....................$1500.00 apply rent money to ties we to-show day. free.FOR. iV: gon': Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings t

4 A comfortable five-room cottage on North Barcelona! street near carline : Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay; Ry.

............................ ..................................$1500.00 *> little SALE. going up. nearing *
i the purchase of a the city. I
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Homes and Good Interest- -
: : For Sale home. I-


i HOOTON &. WATSON f $3500-Elegant( street all 7-room modern.dwelling on Hayne .Bearing-Property. I GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR j


THE RENTAL AGENTS | $4200-7( rooms, Alcanlz, near Gadsden. $1750.00-1-room. 2-story oil 60-foot lot .
: East Wright street.
all modern.
McDAVID-HYER : Write or'See :

: Real Estate. Insurance and Loans MOOO-10 rooms, East Jackson a bargain. .

2 $((2500-6 rooms>> Jackson and .GuiUemard Agent New York $5500.00-For 2-stont, 7-room dwelling;
all modern. also,4-room cottage both modern I i THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY i
: No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. I Life Insurance Company. conveniences and includes

$4750-7 rooms. North. Barcelona, all 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST..: S of block on 9th avenue. .
:.................................................... modern. Phone 700. ,Pensacola Fla.
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I- $1200-4 rooms East Strong new house.
I $2000.00-No. 1201 North Davis street, lot
HELP WANTED. I WANTED. $6000-8-rooms, large lot. North Baylen.See 60x125 2 story with bath, cheap. -

our list for others. If you are in FOR'SALE. DIR'ECTORYPROFESSIONAL. I
AND
.ANTEb-oood man in each county to I WANTED-Heirs and proof of heirship the market call and let us show you any A PERFECTLY SAFE
represent aru1 advertise hardware department of Phillip Townley and heirs of James of these or others. $3500.00-gets the 5 lots and 6-room cot- FOR SALE-A fine tract of' land near
put out samples etc. Salary Weeks and heirs of the estate of Martin tage on northwest corner Reus timbered
$21.00 weekly. Expense money advanced. Grant. Apply 353 Brent Building. ISnovtfWANTED PROFITABLE IN and Cervantes. Buy and improve cIty Part heavily 285 address: part 1102 -
leared. or
Call phone ; .
X>epartm at ,AS",. The Columbia House, this for good renting prop East Gadsden. ISnovlm.
Chicago. ISnovlt -Some one of means who will For Rent.Two erty. -
t care for and educate bright boy 14 VESTMENT.
:ANTED-ETeI7 drug clerk to sell years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or FOR SALE-Fine setter dog. fairly, weD W. B. BARTON, -
CHICLETS. :Mrs. Wm. Fisher President. ISnov large stores, each 27 by 75 104 trained. Price reasonable. Address R.
and 106 South Tarragona, suitable for $5000.00-Elegant little home on North F. D. No. 1, Box 9, Contonment, Fla Attorney At Law.
VICTORS exclusively. Wholesale and re W A."TED-Po ltlon as stenographer, or storage warehouse or mercantile pur. Hill all modern convenience. s ISnovlw
Metropolitan:: Talking Machines Co., assistant bookkeeper and general office poses. Offices! Fisher Building Palafox stre-t. '
Jacksonville. >la. oaw2m work by young lady of experience.: Address If :you have any Idle money place It FOR SALE everal new and second Will practice'in all the state and Unit*! Ipw
1 B. c.. CareJournaL, novlSlt with us, where it will earn you a good hand gasoline engines. Cheap. Applyto States Courts. Twenty-three year ex
W A "rED-A! white party. or parties to dividend, payable every three months. $4,500.007room.story, new house 1377. ISnovlw perience.
run a boarding house for ten or twelve WANTED-The sweetest girl in town task INVESTMENTS. East Gadsden street, near car Ed. B. Banks phone
saw mill laborers near Century. House her confectioner for CHICLETS. line; also close to bayou. Lot
free and goods at wholesale. Address. S0xl32 feet. TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruit trees T. G. YATES M.D.
B\. Century Fla 16nov2w WANTED position as deliveryman or $3300-6 houses, corner LeRua and A Tour money Is as safe with us as if deposited of all kinds; also hedge plants furnish ,
"some kind of light outdoor work. Five streets all new renting for $456a in the Bank of England. We I ed and planted by S. D. Jackson on Optician. u
WANTED-An experienced cook. Applyat years' experience in general merchandise :year. have been In the Money Lending businessfor terms to suit customers. Best references.
once to "d&." Care Journal. linov stores. Address 17 North Spring St.. over 25 :years, and have never lost a $1600,00-6-room. 2-story dwelling. No. 910 Address S. D. Jackson, City. ISnovlw \
city. ISnovlt* $1600-3 houses. North Baylen, renting dollar of our clients' money. West 6th avenue. 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty (
ANTED-"l'wo" energetic :young ladies for $216 a :year. -
to solicit orders for a household neces- A."I."TED-Flve hundred couples to attend FOR SALE-Comforts. 85e each. One- years' experience as an Eye WtR
sity. Address & P. A., Box 104, City. the grand Thanksgiving ball $5250-S houses North Hayne. each 4 half dozen store stools $3.00. Apply 531 Specialist. Examination free /'
12novlw Thursday, November :29: at C. K. of on A. rooms and hall, renting for $&72 a $1850.00-For 5 houses and 7 lots fronting East Government, or Phone 945. ITnovlw -
hall, Barros' orchestra. ISnov year.$1500Elegant. We never allow our clients' money to south on West Jackson street mTrrnThmirrL. tH
remain idle. We pay interest on all rent.$25.
BAY HORSE FOR SALE-Good roadster.
SERVANTS! SERVANTS! SERVANTS building lot on North Hill, money placed In our hands from the date Leslie E. Brooks. ISnovlw C. PHILLIPS Ph. \ !1SD
BOARD AND ROOMS. ,
140x120. of its withdrawaL

Who wants them* We are supplying of its receipt up to the date

: REJI."T."r..o suit private Polish. Danes families Welch with Germans Swedes $8000-155 feet by 120 feet, with 6 good $1300.00-All of block 117 East King FOR SALE Genuine old French violin Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN 'lo
and
FOR
connecting rooms
Hungarian female
I cooks, house, renting .for $964 a year. Tract, 25 lots. with bow and case complete. Will sell I and SURGEON.1tI.1
able for light housekeeping. Apply nurses and chambermaids.
One block from depot. cheap. Apply to 29 South Spring street.
phone 15. ISnovIt For terms particulars, etc address with Office and Residence 12 N.

I stamp Florida Help Supply Co.. (Inc.), $5000-6 small houses, corner Wright and First mortgages on,real estate In this Itnov Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 5 p.,
A NICE furnished room to rent for gentlemen ; Jacksonville, Fla. 4sundaj Baylen renting for Si40 a year. city bought and sold. : $1500.00-Blocks 113 and 207 West King Phone 65ooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODV.
only. Apply to 226 orth Spring Collection of rents is,our specialty. Tract.Other FOR SALE-One horse. 402 North 9th tic
street. ISnovlw II YOUNG LADY stenographer wishes posi Monthly statements rendered our land Avenue.- ISnovlwPANAMA Is ,,0-
tion in Pensacola or anywhere in West lords. Fl!
FOR RENT Furnished room, near corner Florida or South Alabama. References. N Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blount &
CANAI.
Palafox and Romana, 3 blocks from the Address :IL E. c., Care Journal. itnovMANTED LESLIE E BROOKSReal EDITION of The BLOUNT
for
postofiice. Apply No..16 West Romana.ISnovlt. property the asking. It does Journal-a magnificently illustrated AUSFIELD & 61fal
-Position as ,not cost you anything to, see our proper- magazine, containing scores of views of
-and Commissary Clerk. the city: and harbor. For sale r.t.all Architects

ONE FURNISHED room for rent for best bookkeeper.of references.Eight Address:years' experience P. O Estate book stores or at The Journal. office. By 312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses B:4j,,

light housekeeping. Phone 1102, or ap. Box is, Freeport, Fla. 14novlw Fisher Real Estate Agency mail 20 cents. Il&est Pensacota Fla. Montgomery\ .

ply room 8, 204% South Palafox. 17nov and Insurance. .
WANTED TO RENT-Small cottage or FOR SALE-A barroom and an fixtures; WM. A. BORMANS ,383d
.TWO UNFURNISHED rooms for rent. a suit of rooms in desirable locality" COLLECTION OF'IRENTS A L. S. Brown & Co. pool and billiard tables, etc. In 'a fine 3d3d
Apply 13 West Belmont street. 16nov furnished or unfurnished. Apply F J. location. At a bargain if sold at once. Architect Superintendent
Donovan. Box 834, City. Snov Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. SPECIALTY. Address box 103. City. 23aept 11>
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 Office-305 Brent Building

West Gregory street. IGnovlm BIDS will be received until November Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox st. Thiesen Bldg. Phone 918. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed I J Phone 823. Penaacola. Fla.

20. 1906. for the removal of building Pointer Puppies. $10 and $15. Signed.I

FOR suitable REfT-Newly:for light housekeeping furnished use rooms of den known street as St.from Anthony's present hospital location on to Gar-cor- HOTELS. "We Sell Lots." Bagdad Kennels. Bagdad Fla. llnovlm DR. ALICE W. HERMAN,

phone and gae. Location high and heal of Garden CHIROPODIST.Room .
ner and D-
thy. Will board gentleman. 314 East Building to be set in place:Villier in new streets.location BRIGGS HOUSE-300 feet west of Union fOR SALE FOR SALE-Half-Interest houses in South in one Alabama.of the : 301, Brent Building. 3d Floor
Strong street. Phone 113. 16nov best furniture
in as good condition as It now is. Depot, on Wright street; best location; Reason for selling to devote more time All corns, bunions, ingrowing nails removed
( .FOR, RENT-Two furnished front rooms Right reserved to reject any or all bids. best rooms; best house to stop at. Rates to: other interests. CaD on or address W. scientifically without pain.%doctlmn'SECRET :Manicuring 'ED.
Alex Llschkoff. a specialty.
7nov 50c day. 21octlm
for \ent. suitable for light housekeep- per S. Sheppard Florala, Ala. llnovlm .
ing. of phone and bath. Phone D.I..
896; 810l East Gadsden. llnovlm CONKirrS celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera BROWN IIOUSE-DeFunlalt Springs meals FOR SALE.FOR FOR SALE-Forty acres land, well.timbered
Good beds, airy rooms, elegant ;
cure lice and mite killer as wellas good house 1# miles east of SOCIETIES.
bath and sample rooms. Special NICE COTTAGE ON
;. FOR RENT Pleasant furnished room. an unexcelled Egg Producer. All attention free to traveling men. Rates $2.00 Olive Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds P. O. '
southern; exposure second floor. Corner guaranteed and a splendid grade of day. J. R Brown Prop. SALE-Lightfine healthy country. Box 184,City. Snovlm -
: 10th avenue and 12th 'street near East wheat that will make your fowls lav. F. per EASY TERMS. raised turkeys,.worth $%,50"- but let go PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 3.
: .jilll car line. llnov' a Mellen- & ,Co... Pensacola. Fla.. Phone HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the at $185 each. Apply to Nettie Oliver FOR SALE-Large' horse; large furnIture Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. K. of P. .8c'u
334. 7nov year. American and European plan. Molino, Fla. J 17nov2w wagon and harness. In good con meets every Monday evening at 7:39
ROOMS FOR RENT-Nively furnished rates. First-class in dition. Price $125.00. Fisher Furniture o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall \
summer
front room In quiet neighborhood. Apply Special 5-room and three House, 13S and 140 East Intendencia over Pou's stable, West Intendencia St.
WANTED Pleasant and
-Position as saw filer or superintendent every respect. conven- cottage FOR SALE-{2300 cash for Remington A.A C'B t
243 East Church street. llnov 2w street. 9nov
Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop., Pensa- Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
or mill foreman, by a ient. Typewriter in first-class writing order; ,
competent man. References furnished. cola. Fla. l apr large lots on the comer ofF" been offered $30 In exchange for new machine E. H DENNARD C C.
FOR RENT One newly furnished room. Address J. W. Lasseter. Andalusia Ala. but have no use for same here. H. HORSLER, K. of R. & S. It
t Bath and gas. 29 South Spring street.Unov, BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European '
6novlm and Intendencia streetsin Address "R, Care Journal. 17nov2t :
plan. Rooms light and clean COLOREDLODGE. DAUGHTERS OF'REBECCA..

j BOARD AND ROOMS at No. 200 West A."TED-To' rent. a house on North Transient Jos.trade S.solicited. 615South. ( the Maxent tract). The FOR SALE-One new twin screw steam Naomi Lodge, No. 19, Daughters of .
Palafox. Mcolau. Prop.MISCELLANEOUS.
Romana street; good fare; $3.50 per Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for tug 14 feet beam 70 feet long. Now on I. 0. S' & D. of St. L Rebecca, meets every Monday nirtt: at
week. Mrs. Laura Gomes. 8nov2 one year from date of December L Address is rich and the gulf coast. Address L. W. Johnson S o'clock In L O. O.. F. hall. Visiting IR
ground you can Lake Fla. lunovlw Howard Council No., 1 and Bethlehem
Pensacola Investment Co. :3nov2t:: City sisters cordially invited to be, present
FOR RENT-Rooms with or without .in Council No. 2, Independent Orderof :MRS. J. T. PULLIAM, N. aMRS. *

board. Men only. Apply 17 West La- 1."rED-To rent a six-room house in raise enough vegetables FOR SALE-S room house, good location Sona. and Daughters of St, Luke HATTD3 :NEVILLE Sec. ,C,.
; Rua St. 7novlm' a desirable neighborhood by a permanent best water in the city. A bargain. Apply and
meets 2nd 4th Wednesday nights
; tenant. Address Box 103, City. C. M. Wilson Corner Gregory and Barce- the garden on the place to 9th avenue and 16th street. Unovlm RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. NR
TWO NICELY furnished rooms for rent. ISoctlmWANTED : lona street, has opened a meat market of each month at their hall on. :Tarragona Rathbone Lodge. No_ 30. Knights of ,,6'Ii
with or without board; privilege!: of bath In connection with his grecery. Every- most pay for it. Plenty of FOR SALE-111 acres excellent pineapple between Intendencia and Ro Pythias meets every Thursday night d
and phone; convenient to car line. Address -All kinds beer bottles. I thing first-class. ISnovlw I. land Castle Han. Members of sister lodge
pay and orange on Jupiter river; excellent mana' streets. D. Howard F,. .C.. H.
1208 East Gadsden street. 27octlmo 15c dozen. I h& aC all leading brandsof room to raise chickens also. market: close to railroad; three and visiting brethren cordially inviiei Ii
wines beers ana whiskies, and still MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut fl w- miles from ocean; some improvement: Rev C. H. Jones, Secy., No. 1 Frank to attend. J. M ROPER C C
I THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS suit- manufacture that well-established cough ers on hand. Orders taken for special I Will sell terms., healthy locality. Address J. E. BenefietcU Scott, F. C. H. Stella Dawson;"-Secy., C.J.LEVZT.-K.-R.&S.
abU for light housekeeping, with priv- medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragonaand occasions.. Phone 282. ISnovlm I on easy Aycock, Fla. gnov '
2
1- liege of bath. Apply 222 West Government Sts. iloct Ko. novlO-lmpd( 3!. E. B. A. No. 81; meets first and "
I- llelmont.1 WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We i $1200. third Wednesday evenings at 7.30 p m
are now in our new quarters, 214 E. : FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furniture Rafford Hall, No. 10, West Intendenc ,*
FOR 1tEf1'-.New1y furnished front WANTED-At once, four or five-room business at 138 East Intendencia A. G. FELL Pres.
room ; Jo Intendencia. entrance also at 215 Romana, i Legal Advertisements. streot.
I, cottage. Must be m and in street. Address Box 325 City. 8nov 01
& In private family southern exposure. .good and prepared to do everything wagon i List withme. J. L. SWEENEY.. Secy. _
ftesirabl\ neighborhood and near business neighborhood.' Address 123, Care Tour25sept- and carriage building and repairing. E. your property:
renter. Use of bath. gus an.l phone. t1al. 923 City. 14oct.MATTRESSES FOR SALE-Six-ton schooner 36 feet PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4. I. O. O. f tttl
I L. Herring, Phone ; I I sell it.
Apply to 422 West Gregory or rhone 1358.2Soctlm; I can over all, 11 feet beam round bottom NOTICE OF SALE OF ITALIAN Pensacola Lodge. No. 4. t O. O 7- tlC.
TAILORING I.. Diamond. Tailor RENOVATED w tick : copper fastened, tight and in good condition meets every Thursday evening at.u .
C.tc
r I Gent's clothing cleaned. pressed and repaired furnished if desired. Guaranteed. carpet i with good sail and gear. A bargain. at the new hall on Belmont and Par1'0 tct
1CELY FURNISHED BOOMS for rent on short notice. No. 11H. West taken up and matting laid. Leave : King & Runyan. 4nov BARK "OLIYARI. streets. Visiting brethren cordially In !
with or without board. Table board-I Government St., Pensacola. Fla. orders at Watson Parker Reese Co.'s. vited. B. R WITKOVSKY N 0-
i rtioiie gu and bath. No. 3 Palafox. Wesley Duncan. 7sep FOR SALE OR LEASE-6-room and hall _.The Italian. bark:"Olhrari," her hull A. KERLE. SecretaryW.: trb
locUm i WANTED. R. Bingham wants cottage. with outbuildings attached masts ana rigging b ancnors. 16 shackles
I and hauling He guarantees yourmoving i-ii. PORTER, saflmaker 111 South J. W. Bullock Jr.Real Corner 14th avenue and 15th street. Write of chains, 25 sails, & boats, one O. W .
FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 all breakage. Phone 630. Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. I J. M,-S., Care Journal, or'apply 313 East cronometer.'am 5.l bolts Italian I Live Oak Op' No. L W. O W 7

yf.. Chase street. 2loct i awnings, camp stools and house cots. I Romana street. 4nov linen canvas, new. and old ropes, et&, meets la Pythian hall the 1st and in
will be sold ar auction In Vis.tirlkivereigns .
I Prices reasonable. 31jan different lots Wednesdays In each month.
W A "TED-'n1e Merchants Transfer Co. etc. Estate and Mortgage Loans FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-25,000 ,at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday. November. cordially Invited. Jt
I wants your moving and hauling. Al CHANDLERS McKinzie Oertlng brick, one 35-horse power engine 100 24th, on board said vessel on the west F. A. BOGHICH. C C JI
: SHIP
MONEY TO LOAN.UNLIMITED breakage guaranteed Phono 9iS.i T. B. Thors, & Ox. wholesale and retail ship chandlers Room 302 Brent Building. I feet 1-inch pipe. This engine jus. tae side of Muscogee wharf, Pensacola. Fla. LESLIE E. ROOKS, Clerk.
; proprietor. and grocers., Only first-class house thing for a email saw. milL Address Box G. B. CAFIERO, (
: kind in city. Fair prices to alL 10?, Pensacola Fla. Sloqtlm Consular Agent of Italy
of
amount money to loan on i WANTED-All kinds of electrical work. Phone 637 I 17nov7t
all kinds personal property. on short I cell all kinds of electrical batteries : MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie FOR SALE-One CO H. P, Return Tul). Gulf Co.
v.9tice. Terms eay. Get my rates before I and other 'ectrlcal supplies. When you Proprietor. Furniture lar boiler 4S inches diameter 20 feet Steamship
repairing -
I "ting elsewhere. Star Loan Co.. 116% need me ring :11 cr 955. E. W. Peake, Miras of all kinds carpets laid, furniture long; complete with front and all accessories STEAMER TARPON.FIRSTYLA .
g juth, Palafox. 4novlmSSOft New Star Laundry Bldg E. Garden. packed for shipping. Phone 83. except smoke stack. Moore G. BARROW, Matter.
landing. Ice Co., Gardner ,and ,:Mauresa 'S PASSENGER AND : '
to Tampa 12aprtl LANARKOn
Next Sta14novlw
,- 9.00 to loaa on good security. Pensa- I WANT> Second-hand sacks of an descriptions For SalleThrpeiiithiie FREIGHT SERVICE.
Investment Company. SOoct
*o\' wanted. If out of town. ship -Between-
them to us; if in town ring us up at No IL ..ALF.IA.Tln., Copper and Sheet FOR SALE-Fish net for sale, 170 yards I, PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICO'
MONET LOANED on real estate and 334, or bring them to us at corner of Iron Worker: cornice work and skylights long 9 feet deep. Apply to R. H. Cas- the Gulf of Mexico. LA CARRABEL'E.' AN
personal property on short notice. Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen: & a specialty; roofing, guttering and well, foot of Alcaniz street. 14novlw DREWS. MIU-ytUUE. ,
emMT asy. J. W. BuUard.28% South Co. 23juiy:: repairing.. 109 East Government opera And all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car-
Palafox SsV Pbone 1148. house..building. Phone lUG and 60. FOR. SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen rabelie and Apalachicola.SCHEDULE. I III
& Sons' piano in handsome rosewood Hunting and fishing season now on. .
I CAN LEND TOUR MONET at eight case. A bargain. Piano an be seen Oyster beds within easy reach. Leaves Pensacola Sunday. 8.30 p. moOfor'
per cent. If 1'0hao, any that you LOST. by calling at the Kandy Kitchen 3oct. Mobile Ala _..
I want Interest on. RO me about It. It FOUND. FarM Leave Pensacola. Tuesday *;3 P.for .
will be absolutely safe on real estate FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam Offers exceptional advantages as a St. Andrews, MIUviHe. ApalachlcoACarrabelle
r security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 463. LOST-One green parrot. talks Spanish engine, steam drying room moulds place to spend part of the winter months. and intermediate points.apply to
and English. $10,00 reward for return to STRAY Cow and Calf brindle with whiteface and everything carrying 01 For- additional information SAUNDERS'E
MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody Hall & Co' borrows. > Vasso corner Gregory and Palafox. marks crop and split in right ear; 27 crops 15 virgin 12 worked year anda business together i1eJr: finest'bed of : J* R. PresideBt
money from Jno. A. 14B. have same by paying for this half. Tract Is heavily timbered. Neara :.R. COBB,
ISnovlw owner may pottery clay in Escambia
county.: Located Pwsacola
h Government St. When la need call C. R. Olsen. railroad. This is excellent business LANARK INN. General Frt. and Pass. Agt.
ad. 62$ East Gregory street. new an right in the city. Apply to or address Fla.
t: on us. LOST-That nightmare of indigestion; 1 Snovlm proposition for any operator at the, R- P. Reese. IGseptf I[ ,

f MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per.'I twIlL never be found if :you chew price offered. Under new management, modern and ":!!II
CHICLETS. FOR SALE-lv.000 acres round timber well kept; will afford special attention to
easy.sonal J property. B. Gray on&short Co., 2 notice.W. Romana.Terms NEW CITY LOTS.Buy f t land. 12,500 saw mill timber and saw hunting and fishing parties. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.As .

: phone 1165. itch LOST. strayed or stolen-female setter PERSONAL.DENTISTS : mil eral!. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Bey.t ,- I I all kicks registered! in this office
puppy, about eight months' old, white suburban property now and make good-farms and town properties. of delivery of CJe
'I f with blue ticks. Suitable reward for Write Gentry & Setterlind Chlpley Fla.Haept. Reached by the Georgia, FloridaAlabama & for failure
In.-LntITED amount of money to loan re- have found that CHICLETShave the usual spring! profits. t carriers.
on all kinds of personal property. Special -i turn to W. A. Blount. Jr. 17nov splendid virtues for themselvesand ., Railway. Convenient schedules. i! :paper are charged up to the be
rates to business men on large their patients. S 850-Buys 5j block. tn lots. to good Tourist rates now In effect. j Is desirous that subscribers
LOST-A gold bracelet, lost :Monday of New A bargain. FOR SALE-Driving mare 4 years old, has nT:
Joans. The New York Loan Co.. 201V* ; reward locality City. gentle, good traveler. tit certain that the paper :
Any lady
r South Palafox.: I street. for return" to 619 North Palafox 17novt ----. ----,- ------ drive her. C,. B. Taeger. 200 Thiesen can FOP hotel accommodations write LANI n delivered before registering s' II IIII

[ -- -- I It ADOPTION.ADOPTION building. Xov. ARK 'INN, Lanark Fla.. kick.
FOR C. AJ80EIR
LOST-Diamond brooch pin; lost between IRo FOR SALE and Immediate I t times complaints comes in troll
t FOR .RENT. Hayne and Palafox. or on Palafox. Reward delivery one taa
: I certain
automatic tandem : at which we are
for return to 1]. ),I. Wfisoo. lnont'j roll -One orphan boy5 compound center For schedules, railroad rates etc. write fcoasea J II
--- years old. and one orphan baby boy 5 I I crank steam engine of about ISO horsepower J. H. McWILLIAMS. 'I'' paper has been delivered and this
: J FOR P.ENT-A. R. Bingham has storage LOST-Small red monkey; answers to months old. Will be given for adoption to 200 Thiesen Building. diameter and two return IS tubular boilers. a Gen. Pass. Rgent obviously unjust to tits toys. If ..'jdouot :
"Frisco." Reward for return & responsible parties. For particulars apply 'f inches by feet long. For fui Balnbridge, Ga.Pensacola : want to ka3t
i", room for rent suitable for funiture0r name. 0Jos. t.I apply Stone &. get the paper we ,1,1I
t: Thomas', restaurant next Pearl Eagan Home, or Mrs. Win.Ftaher. particulars Webster EnzCorporaUon -
other goods. 104: and lOG South Tar- to Lewis ISnov Phone 6S6. ... Box. 830, Pensacola. 14ao St. Andrews and: it; but please be certain.
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Mellowness is a ORGANIZATIONS UNITE IN t.P..U.; PREPARES : .. ...... ............... ..-.i..;..........00.........: I j 1




: reality<"; ..in claimed It whiskey comes, but only that difficult from is ireuently the toObtam. a APPEAL TO TITIEL & N. $ I STILL BREAKING RECORDS r I I I



uatural ageing process-the process Buy iNTERESTINGPROGRAM[ --- -:
and used -
is
that expensive Not To 0
Discontinue
Pensa- 1 0' ,


cnly You avorof for will MARK a notice high-class,that ROGERS whiskey.delicious, cola and Jacksonville Ac- LETTER fROM WbiskY- 1P i C\UR October sales were i t i iIi


old and mellow' the whiskey that commodation Train. That Has the xe.)
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scnminating j: people prefer.* Always greater by per cent j
reputation
smooth and u'01form-aI- MRS. D DAVIS READ Ii t


ways just, any a little other.better A genuinely than WHICH 26TH.; WILL UNLESS BE DONE PRESENT ON NOV.EF. for Purity.Ithjustaseasytose& ( "Temperance" Will Be the more than ever in the history :i i


::- good whiskeythat FORTS: ARE SUCCESSFUL-MER. Subject Under Dis of business
our j
: has bounded into Daughters of ConfederacyHear i
CHANTS ARE TO BE ASKED TO cure the pure articlcforthcsamcrnimeythatyou
favor.
popular cussion."A .

Served everywhere.Try UNITE IN .PROTEST.The Letter WrittenSix ::1 Just received additional shipments :i:
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it next time. You pay for the adulterated If Review of Temperance" is the

# may not get it unless commercial and business organizations Years Ago.By Pure Whisky is what you subject chosen for the meeting of the of "High Art" on R.. & W., $75. II IIf
Young People's Union this at
L you insist. of the city have united in want, ask: for > > ..IESSB j i jt evening '
6 o'clock at the First
an appeal and protest to the Louis- Presbyterian i Specials In Men's Suits. Don't fan 'j'ji
Associated Press. church. The meeting will be lead by
\\ Tille & Nashville Railroad tha MOORE""AA"
..i.LtmmmIAL upon Gulfport Nov. 17.-The United ] Mr. H. J. Mackey and the followingis
& BICKA1T intention to' discontinue what is i to see them. Also see our line specials :
Daughters of the Confederacy to-day the program: '
known as the Pensacola and Jackson.

j"B & B" nIle accommodation train, which ruled wear that crosses only veterans of honor were and entitledto that N. GOLDRING.DISTRIBUTOR. drink.'What"Arthur the Johnson.Bible says against ii In Men's and Young Men's Suits, Overcoats It':
leaves this
city at 5 p. m., each day. I
their descendants "Some of the crimes attributable to
'.:;i : "TUB CHEAT BIG HOC38 and upon the return trip arrives the may keep but not PENSACOLA. FLA.Onrl "
and Crav
wear them. A letter written by Mrs. drink. -J. B. Perldns."Who' n ttes at $10.98.
following morning at 10 o'clock giving i
ATLANTA ....XjfliMCMILLAN most Jefferson Davis six years ago, was is the"1 sufferer by man'sdrinking .
and excellent
a : satisfactory read in which she sought to vindicate ?"-R. SI. BushnelL .
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service to and from the city. _
herself "Effect of alcohol the human
from criticism for not buryIng i on
We
President Mayes of the Chamber of oilers users of morphia* "
J. H.
Mr. Davis in Mississippi and for system. Pierpont
BROS.CO Commerce recently appointed a committee making her home in the north. The elixir opUn of, Uadanan opium,co* ; At this meeting the following pertinent
to call upon the officials of the letter was personal and was not to. PAINLESSM eaineorwlilskey.aUrgt Questions will be discussed: j

MuFUPta 'bat road so here far in no reference assurance to that the the matter ser, be made public until after her death.] I book oo homooftmnatortom ot trMfc putitulars > ,cola's I.' Who citizens is being responsible privileged for to Pensa-sell I TH E M. & O.

vice will be continued
1fTILL
has been re menu Address! ,Dr. liquor?


ceived.United Last night Commercial the United Travelers.Commercial I McDAVID ]I -. AND, Cure in.Atlanta IMN.PryorSt M. WOOLtBT, l ,, effort 3.2. Is How to the prevent should church the the making sale church of liquor a member united? I CLOTHING STOKE I I


Travelers, an organization composedof vote?
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in[ representatives this and other cities of wholesale held a houses largely Special to The Journal. THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO i 321-323 SOUTH PAUFOX STREET PHONE 1155

when attended meeting in their hall The McDavid Journal's Nov. 16-C ;J. Mayes, one of ANDERSON ....................... .............................;
the
matter was discussed. The !, recently.Mrs. representatives was he.: APALACHiCOLA, FLA. ,L I
meeting was a special
one, called to J. A. Williams and daughter Miss:
enter a protest upon the discontinuance Viola, went to Fensacola yesterday for a Manufacturers of
i of the service and to take steps short visit
to prevent If possible, the railroad Mr. W. R. Fisher and :Mr. .1. A. Gunter Special to The Journal. -A
of Pensacola, were out for the dar with Cypress Shingles. Andersen Nov. 17.-Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
carrying out its intention. President friends last Sunday. bum and little son William of Albany, PRACTICAL SENSIBLE
Henry Horsier presided over the session Miss Mattie Gunter returned Tuesday: Ga. have been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
and the matter discussed from a pleasant visit in A'mora as the %** T ," T 18" Tom Sale, this week. :Mr. Raybum Is secretary ,
was -
guest of JIrs Richard Archer and treasurer of'the Sale-Davis
at length.0 Judge John Thos. Mr. W. D. Campbell of funlab. vas %" x 5" x 18" Company and Is in town looking over
M 8KET REPORT Porter of Grand Ridge, who is a here for a visit with friends a few da\s the company's Interests.Mr. .
member of the council being present this week.Misses. Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions. Daniels the pile-driver man. has AND PROFITABLE WAY !
and Mattie and Etta Bowman were Write for Catalogue and Price LIstSHIPPING his new borge nearly completed and *e
relating what had been accomplish In Century on a short business trip yes- will soon bear the hammer driving piles
by other traveling organiza.. terday.Mr. for the new wharf and lumber beds.
NAVAL STORES. tions. Jno. C. Brewton returned to Pensa- Mr M. M. Spearlock of New Orleans
cola Sunday afternoon having spent a and Mr. F. Gwoltlng of Pensacola. arrived
ruraah. Ga.. Nov. 17.-The naval During the discussion of the mat few accumulate fund for f
days' vacation pleasantly at home. this week to work on the new mill. to reserve
.tor i market closed to-day as follows: ter it was stated and shown by those Rev. J. T. Fillingim filled his regular NEWS Capt. Frank With rell of St. Andrews
WW .. ........_...,.............., 90 who travel the P. A. appointment out at Bays chapel last was up In his big launch Lenora this your future years is to
over &
road r
'fG ....+._...........................650 regularly Sunday at U a. m.. with quite a large week-
.600.500 that the passenger traffic over congregation present The fishing season has closed and the
.::;:.:..:.::::.::::::::.::.::::::;::: 50 the line had. almost doubled_during Supt. N. B. Cook paid a visit to our -- returning fishermen report a good catch
......,:.....,..............(......... the past and that school on last Wednesday. lIe seemed to Cleared Yesterday. tor the season. However, the demand for
jK ,
I .....................................440H year the company be well pleased with the prospects of Lewisham. Br s% Gdrrln 178S for Montevideo fish has been so great that many wagons HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT IN
"..""....""."."........430 had no good reason for discontinuing such a fine school year. and talked as if .with 1.735,21* s ft deals andscanning. hare returned without being supplied.
o .!.!.-.....-.............. oo to 4 10t the service. In the near future we ought to be givenan 6,274 bbU rosin.
T ?_ ....... .... :.....4 00El" .The council finally decided assistant teacher and an additionalroom. Mercedes de Larrinaga. Br as, Meys. SUBURB OF THEIR OWN. OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT 4 4I
..*..................3 97% to 4 00 to appoint $147. for Galveston in ballast
a committee of five to call I
.385I upon for LIverpooL
Ruiz
I) "'""''''''''' Qracis Span as
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; "...'"..::'-:'.::'.:.'"...................3 85Spirits'Turpentine the local superintendent and en- -- VESSELS IN PORT. Wuhlactoa Kewipper lira to LayOut
67 to 67% cents. deavor to induce the company not to SOFA CUSHIONS. eteamvmpc.Alfred K Tcl Bmna Retreat Four per cent interest paid and in- I

discontinue the train, also to call upon Menze r'Oer; as. Jorgensen. 1288 Washington is about to have a suburb terest compounded 6months.
every
PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET.The St. Vincent, to H. Baars.& Co.Caraperdoron 1
following! PecSacoia cotton Quotations I the merchants of the city to aid their I A Hovel Idea IB to Have Them Heart. Br as. Alexandra 1620, tike unto; wbjch. there is nothing in "
ar furnished bS J P. O'Connor & protest, and to correspond with the Shaped and Large. Gulfport to F. 0. Howe & Co. the .records'Of tings suburban says
Co.. F.-O B. cott nx brokers Pensacola. council at Jacksonville to take similar CDnway. Br liS, Prentice. %2571 Rio Ja-
Via- New ideas in sofa cushions are always Were to master.Helslngburg. the Washington Post. Probabl-

t< odMtddJthg! .........................t% action. This committee is composed welcome for the average house- Swed 69, Scbriel. 1422 most remarkable thins about this sub- :
.....9 of Dave Kugleman, Max L. Huelva
% Bro
Strict
Middling to Hyer : .
Middling .........'.......7.9% Bear, Henry Horsier Pat McHugh and hold cannot own too many cushions to Lewisham Br as. Gavin. 1785 Rio Janeiro urb is that it is not going to be put on FIRST NATIONAL BANK
trlct Low KJdJktg- ,..t.9h Dr. L. Lewis. suit the feminine members, though to the \/! '_ S. Keyser Co. the market This is not Its only
$uLci ancf' nominaL Mercedes da .Larrinaga.. Br ss. Muir.. '
tirges
for it Ss to have
there bean occasional masculine no
Discontinued en 26th. may 2TOO. Buenos Avtes:to Gulf Transit Co.' unlovefeature. OP PENSACOLA. FLA..
tiiw York Cotton Market. Unless th action of the Chamber protest against an excess in supply. Rhodesian Br as. Peck 2054 Carte- streets,...oet.a. man with a bank account -
Op>n HIgh. Low. Closa. of Commerce and the United Commercial The latest notion is to have one or twd I gent to Gulf Transit Co. of pore than three figures win
Jaauary102S 1037 10. % 10.28 Whitfleld' Br as. Johns/ 1BC9, West Designated Depositary ef the United States
March ....lO.n 1049/ 1037 10.41 Travelers results ina, change of cushions of heart shape resting on top Hartlepool to Hfer Bros. not-_ ba.welcomed- wIthin Its limits.. I
May ......1047 10.51 10.41 1* 52 mind upon the part of the officials I of the ordinary square pillows and the on- .,?_.-. '. It ix to:be a "truly imrburb,
Iwcrmber Liverpool...10 Spots_35 10.35 1024 10.%& the service will be discontinued on result is very'good, as the accompanying Avant, Nor ship, Anderson 1148 Lon \conho ed 6y a diminutive suburban W. H. Knowles, President W. K. Hyr, Jr., Vice-President and Cathler.

> ew: Tcrk pote 5iitGrain the 26th of this month. I Illustration shows. The cushion Is don Ferreira to order.,.Port ship, Barros EOS Lisbonto trust, and if the. plaza: of its builders Thos. W. :Brent, Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts As *t Cashier.
That is the intention the com master. materialise ,the Cf:1c millennium will Director*-F. C. Brent W.A. mount, W. IL Knowles. W. K. Hyer. Jr.
Market. .. Canada Br ship. Rio D. G. Brent.
Wbeat- pany at the present time. i iI Janeiro to Pitch :Pine S&urber22 hate been hoovered and folks living

Open. High. Low. Close. I Harbinger Bus ship, 1399, Algoa Bayto out chevy ChEse Wa7Wi1l have a mod- ----- -
T"cember" .....a 74Vt 13% 13% The Qaierta Camellia Tree. I master -
il.T ..........T9>,4 78', 78% 18% In the daja of'Its story the palace at 'i : Iwsrld, Nor snip Dannell. 1260. Ant- el setUyrfent'where great social prob--
Cora. werp to McK., Getting & Co lems will faire been solved, where there I
Opea. High. Low.DeoeTib Close. Caserta ,of the king of' Naples had 1 Lena. Ital ship Tassara 1631. Londonto .
= jjf will be awtfter capital nor labor, where C.W. LAMAR.President.M. JOHN PFEIFFER. AssistastCasl4ea
r..M.42H. 42% 42H 4i Ida calledgarde3made4n1 order..
4its'features '
] ............43%, 43%. 43% 43% ,amoc: a so English Barks. politics trill bean. entity and the lion .E.CLARK..PrtsidM sad CuhlM 1.W.ANDXEWS..Auwtut CU... J
Oats- by order of.Marie 4 Afredo. Unrsru\ j-an bk. Mai-agas, SS7 aDd the lamb will lie down together. \
Open. High. Low.Tert'nbar Close. Caroline of Austria Ht was bright with Montevideo to H H. Thornton.
..jl4i. 344 34*. Sf'e-' AlfhU S red"BK; Srensen. 1332. Durban The trust that Is about to give being THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
May ..........351 35'i 35H 35* lowers and 'madeffifl rare*orient: to master. to thi mysterious suburb is composed
I.lints aDd trees, so that it was re- Andrea. Nor bk. Quale. 114. Durban to ,
So'i Pao. ........... ..,....95a:; 9i% master. of Washington newspaper men who,
Copper .............v........113, 114A. owned; throughout tbe world. batthe Campbell Nor bk. Hausken. 1100. with a modesty that is paradoxical request cr PCNSMCOL*, 'LA. ,'
6. R.........v...........133% 135:;% crown and glory ot all consisted in a Stavanger to Mclf. Oertlng & Co.
4tc1. ............ .l.OO40 100A. % tat\then unknown Chacma. Nor bk. Jorgensen 667, that their names be not publish- Opera House Building. t
R. .._..._........l'.-...;...... camellia tree. a B. R. T. ....... .(._... .8 ipB. In Europe eels wwa collected Hereford Nor bk, Jensen 1380 Rosario generally was warming its feet DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. ;

& .O....u-.r...... "...".lt"...-..+:-. ..\..yno'1$4 1:0Ene 44CF.L though:' ;' flakes.
.\. ... traed:to tfSA tbMlucl.wt1tl1gs of fills, toorder..
.... ... \, ;.53: % 53l. men-siX in number-bought a
:. s. ........ ..... ... 40 camellia .u'prein" t9 her friends of large size, somewhat solidly stuffed, Humberto. Span. bk, 1111, Battle Ha- -. DIRECTORS. :
1'. Sl"fd. ., .'...,.. .5. .... 481 105R. % six to eight inches thick. For the center Tana to order. part of Clean Drinking manor, just to
S. __.'...L1....' ITL e.e tthigsemcmt ighljpriz IM. the heart shape la'cut out in a flat Isabel Brown Bus bk Lindilulfit 1231 the eastward of Chevy Chase lake and Henry .., Covlngton, Frank Reltly F. E. Brewner I
&: :f. ....;__..t-.14S 145% and" Una tt'fcu tenae" European Hull to master adjoining the estate of Old Kick Jones. W. 8, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, '
Lead piece of silk backed, if soft with Kink Oscar II. Nor bk. Johnso. 762. J. M Pfelffer.
,1. C. :::):: .. :.:::: ::.::.76: Ii:. flower i,90 muab ao tbat the xportattoaof coarse linen or stiffer material and set Rosario to A. Zellus.Lllla The,tract, twenty-three acres in all, Is Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders

('an. P c. _...... .........177.. .flS4 eaacttlf* Is aa xt asive iadus- lie Nor bk, Aanonsen 1030. Santos covered with a natural growth of timber A. M- Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura I
:\. Y. c. ;..... ......._. 138 with a wide gauging: made .to flat. to order. J. Hannah
J'- la central Italy.- and In L. Cawthon Dr. W. McKeMzleOerUng
try Germany W.
.... Lluls. Uruguayan bk. Lopes tOo. Havana -in fact it is a veritable forest.
Peaainr ... ....*.... 149JSt. 148% Sometimes as in the example here pictUred E. Clark.
P.P.1$3.. >: 1121,2 there an rwt fields of tbwn. In Its to order. !The fcix newspaper men have divided Alex r-tcGo"in, C. Cmington, M. .
a tobch of embroidery is added 1822 XOnc
ILl..I'........ 30( II A1a.r1a" Oar bk. French.
l 5- .. .,.... ,..1. 4%% 31% palmy dfcyatbe C&serta plant had eight In perfectly plain corded Bilk without Lynn to muter. the property, and each one is preparingto itltty (!ecsit textS for rent at$U.u. }Ut and f5JO the yeir. rtlvtta apartment
'Pezina. ::::::: :: it 140% branchesJ Iupat"of which was adornment the heart cushion makes an Marina Uadre Ital. bk. Simonatta construct thereon a low rambling !n cccnecfien for'the convenience; of costoaers.

i''U. P. ...::..\:: .::......... % 189%, twelve:1nd1ea.In', dI* Deter. the whale admirable accessory to the sofa furnishing U6.Mecca$. Genoa Nor to bk. ord Ellefsen.r. MS Hamburg bungalow logs with rough shingle

WITCHER. ZEMUBRAY" & COSDA'yOTTON being thirty teet!high. This mother Broderle anglaise on ivory to A. ZeUut.NelJOre.. .Nor bk. OJerdsen. 1128. East roofs, broad,porches dormer windows Four percent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. f

LETTER plant was in flourishing{ condition up lawn, lined with one of the colors London, to A. ZeHusOlirarl and all that sort of thing.

K w.Orleans.JLa'ov.. 17.-Th. history to.a few years ago, but lately the gorgeous dominant in the room makes an excellent Ital bk Costa. Genoa to or- I Instead of streets the boys have pro-

of this week cotton' market can be writ- garden has been allowed to fall covering for such a cushion tha derPallas, Nor bk. ;Johnson. 1219, Ply- vided for tyiical country roads winding ;
ten very readily. Into decay aad with it the glorious mouth to A. Zelius. through the trees thus retaining to a THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Voracious demand of Spinners for actual gauging being dispensed with in favor (itch. 1934. Antwerpto t
Pall Mall Gazette.flewards Superb Nor bk. rustic effect. The
stuff of wockabfe;crades. The price camellia- marked degree the
of a flat shaped border of the openwork A. Zelius & Co.
cut little or.no Bgatoit SOOIlln'&des'weret Schooners. material for tbe bungalows will be cut PENSACOLAA
be obtained the!' fQl.e notwtuxatinding -. .-Brooklyn Eagle. clara E. Randell Am sch. 883. Caibar- .
Uteratmre. clearIngs I
from the
from the and
roadways I
the talent and many ortha leadinc opera- len. Cuba. to J. A. Merritt & Co. General! Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative
tort being bearish we .have an advance A very talented and :well bon I Donna Christina Am sen, McLeod 163, for the building sites. The entire Basis.

of The nearly mill Eve takings dollars this per.neck.bale In futures. wrlter-wicoewful, too to the popular Betice to master. tract is to be fenced in, little pathways
ieere.373,000 Br sch Reddle, %001, St. Lucte
bales. whicb'exceeded both last year and tsttmatioar-telli me, "I'know a man to Doroira master. will be laid out under the pines and the Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. :

ywir The before exports Ja t.to Europe reached the who spent fifteen jttrs* leisure In setting Freddie Heucken Am sen: Bryant 4(5, poplars and the elms, the wilderness of

enormous total of 3&1>2SJ bales against the.roatwitl for hl best.book and Havana to master. honeysuckle will be left undisturbedand

218 til last!! year and we hear that even writinjfit" over th"e.ttmea, then offered the members of the suburban trust

U th*a!a leriou! flKure'! lockade'b'ad would have not ben occurred exceeded at It 'to a;inostf. every publisher in : i will settle-'down far from the madding City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.

GtlveBton. America, meeting with refusal by all. CZJ [ST. ANDREWS ::1 I:; crowd. Denomination SI 000.00 each. Dated January 1st. 1906. Maturing January let

CREW NOTICE. and finally sold It to a London pub In order to assure' a thoroughly con- 1936. Redeemable Jan. let 1926. Interest Payable &emlAnnually.
WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE.IN .
Ketth the Captain. ownersnor Usher for ISO, had It republished in genial.community the boys will cot let AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.
.
& Rhodesian c6Al1gtt.!, wL1t be of responsible the Br as America. some jean afterward. got a Special to The Journal. anyone else In on.the deal except possibly

: ; for creW'debts 01 aald.veNe1.contracted, by the tow dollars.before the publishers failed Ware St. Andrews returned from Nov.Pensacvla 17.-Capt.on 1.:Monday }L- one or two mutual' friends. The Peoples Bank of Pensacola

E. FEC Jt. and' as ,bis last royalty received with his schooner. Cieopatia. and will Sewing en Battens.

GULP TRAflTSrT" CO. Cap S 1n. Just 2 cents, wtlch was exactly: 10perent at Tuesday once put morning it in first-class St. Andrews repair. was When sewing on buttons. before you Pensacola, Fla.

Consignee. of the last nm due him. I am yteited by the first frost of the season lay the buttons on the garment. put the

the"man,,b1 t<1 doaXP11 \he'**.ct trt'es.the, temperature taking a drop to JS de- thread through so that the knot will boon ........................4.4........,4.......HI ..
nor feel l inclined Otag about it nor 2 Mn FilleT Gwaltney, a one-time re i- the right side. That leaves It under

te corcpltln, for that'would be useless i "\ dent of St. Andrews came in on the the button and prevents it from being
: : I.:, Wednesday trip of the Tarpon, en routeto
and would only cheapen my ::wares In to- Anderson to work in the employ of the Ironed or torn away. Before you begin I :

Shirts of the Stiff the ,literary market. Tbt book paid OOThe"Flatlron I Saie-Davl Rev. C. I Mill Jovnfr Company.is away this week on sewing, lay a large pin across the button I i Witcher Zemurray & Co. |
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me, by accurate calculation 33% cents a visit to Carrabelle and Quincy. so that the threads go over the pin.

a week for the fifteea years' wo k.PapJl'Us. ."- Mr: O. W. Eamshaw is In Pensacola for After you bar finished filling the :
Bosom Variety the purpose of procuring cement for the and draw the.
foundation of the Ice factory. The machinery holes, draw out the pin i Commission Brokers.
for the plant Is en route and is thread-round and round beneath the

AdmlBft D* r. *Story.. Brand looked. for every and day.George dentIsts. of button. This forms,a;stem to sustain
Morrison
flOW rule the realm until Admiral Dawey"at a meeting of civil Camilla.Drs Ga. who have spent a week in the piping and*wear .of the button- Pensacola, and New Orleans

uirxnar comes again. The .war veterans sW1s'.of marklman. p. are noted for Individuality and for our midst left on the Wednesday trip of hole. :
laundering. of fine Shirts tailor-made ilL The best New the Tarpon, for their- home, via Carra- ,___ I 11 W. lntndn. 820 Common.Cotton .
"A colonel and a captain were shooting -
York tailors make tpese irons.-s. *>eUe.
it what has made The together," he :said. "The colonel No tailor could make better ones At 5 o'clock Sunday errata Mr. W. W. HAMC*. I-
Star famous for fine work. expired at the home of his\ daughter f
Wilcox
of the body be Provisions
See that stiff bosom walked.sotae distance In j advance of Sold in Pensacola by Mrs. Bert Smith. on Washington avenue Flash on cay part may Stocks Grain ,
your the eaptatD. Suddenly aoekof birds after a brief illness of ten days. Ha reduced by proper nas ga. AnoInt ,

Shirts are laundered by>> aioVv and the caytaln .letting drive, WHITE & NIX, had was been bra of here St. much Andriwt-b of as: later t citizens life. and He with cocoa butter or toy other food i boughtand sold on margin or for Investment. : '

spattered* bogaer officer.Tjhe CLOTHIERS baiL reached the four score an ot life massage tgnt 10 that the flesh willaottwbruisedrthen p :
The Star Steam '' esptaia'M.starwiriI, shout. :) South Palafox St. but TOS a busy, active tnaa for his years .picking up the :
lIe leave'two POOL W. R. Ud J. '1'. Wilcox t-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. :
tug Ws apol6reir"l and one daughter Mr*. Bert Smith. flee ,.in tiny folds and rolling between : ;

Laundry "The colonirith a-trim imile, pick MADE BY all who lira here. The funeral services tnosab and first anger you will be : i .
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were conducted by :Rr. Joyaar and Telephone No. 1173.
ed a shot eat of, bit: arm and said ninny friends and acquaintances were ablate dissolve the tiny fat cells. Follow : Direct Private Wires
37 E. Garden St. Phone 114 'See here what .art. you.out &ftertodiypartrf4ge. BLOCH BROS. & KILPATRICKn. fathered to assist In the last sad rites. .with cold 'wtor'batbs to avoid a i !

Pensacola, Fl' or'pr tiear...* .atf- .,. Waverly Place, New York. )Messrs.L. G. Post.B. F.J.Thwnpaoa.P. Lorget John 5'.,S J.tarrock.Krebs I firiSfcff caaaKJvm that otherwise'D.'f&tresuJtliomthis i....... ............... ....t .O).$ ,........ .

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i ..- 0 satisfactorily considerable material The Royal Entertainers
By the Louisville & Nashvilleto
.. being on. the building site and the

foundation well under way I Thursday 'Night, Nov. 22, SweatersHat
Handle
Increased Some months since, the' L. &' N.,

finding that the big freight depot was : AT I
Business.AND insufficient to handle the greatly increased Happiness

freight business of Pensacola C.K.OFA.HALL.Good .

... constructed an eighty-foot addition tori
Shirts in Smart
; THE OLD DEPOT WITH THE the building which it was thought (Continued from First Page.) Society
would be sufficient It was found music by Barros Or-
NEW EXTENSION WILL BE USED however that it and with the situation Is one of great gravity. With
was not, chestra. EJ-r'C>NE]
prospect of a still further increase in any one of the European governmentsthe
. EXCLUSIVELY AS A RECEIVING business, especially out of the city the matter could be settled by diplomacy -

DEPOT-WORK I company decided to, prepare itself to Admission 35c. but not so'with the- Japanese. THE HABERDASHER.
IS NOW PRO meet the .. SC

. GRESSING.An The big requirement.forwarding depot will be JACK BERGIN AND M. J. FLORES 0 Now' that the- election Is majority:over, anda is 222 S. Palafox.
decided republican
the result It will occupy the site just Committee. very
Swagger, and east of the old with tracks assured the politicians here are turning -
_ L smart depot -
out in -=
: immense forwarding depot separating the two and will extend their attention to figuring .
:vill give the company adequate .facih- back to Chase street being two GULF CITY COFFEE CO. advance what the Sixtieth Congress ,
Snappy. ics and storage room to handle its dred feet long'by will do when it gets Into business.::
fifty feet wide
jreatly increased business is being contracted will provide hun-I H. P. CHIPMAN. Manager. The republican majority looks large CafeNonpareil
L Priced all the way from $10 to $35. by the Louisville & Nash- storage room.an immense Roasters Blenders and Shippers of enough for' all practical purposes, C

They are high grade fabrics, Skil rille Railroad just east of the party and legislative. but the trouble .
V'- fully and honestly wrought, with freight depot. present. The work will be rushed as there is I, the majority membersin I
The work of construct much need of additional storage room Fine CoffeesOUR will be to keep cvye
;:* :. a fit and style that makes you this the last session on
33 building is now progressingCLASSICAL just at line. During
t wonder how it's done. No presentLocals I
\ clothing COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL several occassions quite a number :
fT like that bearing the label of "The GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. ki.-t i.* ntroi. tho traces, and once or wilt open November 2Cth
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:. John White Store." twice it looked for a time as If the'

\' U); SCHOOL WAS Speaker would be, downed In some' over West Florida Steam
h. Received. < C
THE Just of his attempts to rule legislation according
; I Imported :Macaroni. Sweet Oil Cheeses to his own sweet 'W ill The Bakery. Catering and API.OT .
Dill Pickles, Sauer Kraut, Mackerel. Cod 'II T&ei.
VICTORIOUS OVER Fish, Pigs Feet, Spanish Onions, Pilot great majority of his party however,

JOHN WHITE STORE MOBILE Bread.Witch and French Hazel new. Navy$1.00 per Bread.gallon.everythingfresh enabled carry him out to- his hold purposes enough; in but checkto now tre suppers a specialty. I

SPECIALISTS IN MEN'S AND Marine Grocery Company.V. that the majority has been reducedhe
BOYS' WEAR. will have harder :sledding should nepd
Defeated Mobile J. VIDAL Manager. any great differences arise. Thereare 1
Phone 223. 205-207 S. Palafox. Boys --0;
f ISTO.RM SI9NALS always a number of absentees, ..03Saj

by the Score of 11 to 0 at Florida and Alabama alit! it may happen that a time win NICE FRESH
I come when enough; recalcitrants will 61

join hands with the democrats to defeat Boiled Ham and Sweet iiiU:
Palmetto Beach. LAND COMPANY Milk
: DISPUTED; some pet object of fie Speaker. [ TheJl
Since the election several of the '. I e
of atChris
Manufacturers old members have declared them lisare
IT WAS THE MOST INTERESTING and Dealers in
selves in favor of tariff revision and
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES that will be one of the knotty problems .Pfeiffer's Bakery,
GAME PENSACOLA HAS 'SEEN AND KILN-DRIED SAP. bear
for the Sixtieth Congress to set :

HERE E THIS YEAR AND HOME BOYS tle. Senator' Cullom has put Himself Cor. Hayne and Jackson.

three more to it, Pensacola pushed on record In this direction, holding SO. i'O.
;c ARE HIGHLY 'ENTHUSIASTICOVER Avery over with a last breathless that the revision: should be done at a *<. I

;; rI ,*- nerve-Straining effort for her first special session called for that purpose ____----.---.- ---_ __ ,_ -.-.--- -N.. SO.kO.. a
RESULT. touchdown. and President Roosevelt is - / 4

And at Other Points on the Turtle failed on a difficult try at known to be enough of a revisionistto / 0. i 5

goal and the score was P. C. S. 5; call such a session. It is hardly -' 6
Coast, on Account of In the most interesting game seen U. MS. 0. probable any attempt at revision will i s Miss Leila Reese has / '.0..o.. 7

on the Palmetto Beach gridiron this- P.S.. again chose kick- ff and be made at CTe coming short session. / ro :S

Disturbance.Storm season the Pensacola Classical School topped the ball on U. M. S. 15 yard The reform of the currency Is another fresh cut flowers always / ..11I t

defeated the University Military line. U. M. S. went in for some heavy knotty problem the Sixtieth will haveto / wIei

School of Mobile yesterday afternoon-i gains around P. C. S. right end making tackle. : on hand. Orders taken '

warning signals by the decisive score of 11 to 0. some 15 and 20 yard rues. P. C. The closing session _of- the Fifty- I re 1 bhe

were displayed The game was called at 3:30 sharp S. then called time en her 45 yard ninth will have its hands fun In per- for occasions. /
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; at Pensacola and a number of with U. M. S. kicking to P. C. S. 25 line. Play started again with U. M. fec eg legislation already on the special ,/

3ther points on the gulf coast during yard line P. C. S. bringing back 10 S. losing ground on attempted end books but it is thought will give I Phone 82.KNOWLES ,
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yesterday, this being ordered by Jie yards. P. C. S. after second down and run,.follqwed by short gain. P. C. S. much attention to the great questionof iilMa

central office at Washington at 10 ,i 5 yards to gain punted to U. :M. 8' took the ball on :Mobile's third down I making our coast detenses more ,
o'clock 20 yard line and downed there. and went through for three yards witha secure and In finding some way to 'F I 31
yesterday morning, and result- Slow playing followed and U. 1L S.
forward pass to Sublette who was strengthen tery greatly our navy .1:
ing from reports of the wind velocity I was forced to punt, gaining about 25 ,carried ,back about the same distance both in ships and in men. Only a on

of the previous night along the coast, yards. I P. a S. then minted. TT. M. C.. fumbledthe Etart, however, can be made in those Joe

as well as the generally falling I Playing Hannah hard, P. C. S. gained ball and Brent, recoveringfrom a directions this winter, and the sub- BROS. vie''S
very rapidly and Mobile was una tackle carried the pigskin over witha will be" turned
barometer. The following was me ble ject, as a whole over
to
stop those telling end runs un fifteen yard run placing the' score to its successor. The present unset Insurance.

J message received here: til Pensacola fumbled thereby losing 10 to 0.Turtle. tied condition of affairs with Japan FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT MARINE toft
"Southwest storm warnings ordered 10 yards and the ball kicke a clean goal for Pen-
will also strengthen the effort to revive ,General: Agents of
.:r.- : displayed Mobile, Pensacola, Apalachicola Mobile had ball but penalized 10 sacola making the score P. C. S. 11; our merchant marine for it is fta
The
Carrabelle, Cedar Keys and Dun- yards and lost ball P:I C. S. punt for U. M. S. 0. from the merchant marine the country Eatritable..

nellon. Rapidly 30 yards Friedman doing good work Avery then kicked for Pensacolaand must recruit Its navy should war. LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW r,
falling pressure ana in stopping Mobile with short return. the ball stopped on U.' M. S., 35 come. The advocates of this measure YORK. erSc:
brisk to high south winds may be: expected Even playing followed with U. M. S. yard line. Mobile fumbled and was feel strong in hopes the bill that 209 South Palafox Street. .

this afternoon and tonlgfit in possession of the ball Mobile then saved only by the quick work of Barney passed the Senate at the last session Ieaz

.& 'ii' "Jt'4 I ;: I Ii with rain." massed her plays and gained 9 yards who fell on ball and carried it will be taken up and promptly parsedby :
tbI There P. C. S. got. the pigskin on Mobile's back, recovering the lost ground. the House. Another Important urn
was no appreciable increas:, third down and followed with gain of Barney was laid out in the scrimmage. question that will be passed over to Coal and WoodWe Sw.L

I- in the velocity of the wind until 10: 15 yards on fumbled ball Mobile's :Mass plays followed in which Turtle the Sixtieth Congt s is that of improving -

II o'clock and even then it was not i ball. Friedman and Avery for Pensa our inland waterways so urgently lard

such as to cause apprehension. This II The work was slow on part of both cola were prominent in holding Mo- demanded through the west. deliver Ice Coal, Charcoal and E.

morning, however it increased to teams until at the end of eleven bile's tigers in leash. This subject' will be pushed with a Wood anywhere in the city.. We can 'ust
I: 1 1i1 considerable a minutes, ,playing time Pensacola got With the ball on her 30 yard line good deal of vigor from now on. supply you In any quantity and our ris,
\\ extent, blowing a stiff I the ball on her 35 yard line.Mobile Mobile gained about ten yards but service is always projnpt. : !, .
gale from the south, and I losing on downs. was ,penalized for '\ W
accom coaching on t3e The statement that has been given Steam and Domestic Coal.
1 1r panted by slight rain. To-day it is I I, Pensacola punted for 40 yards U. M. field., Time was called with P C. S.'a out that Mr. Garfield when he takes Wood Cut Any Size. .1 S

predicted that there will be fair and; S. coming back for 15 yards followed ball on Mobile's 30 yard line. The his place as Secretary of the Interior Abe
j' j I by end run of 20 yards. Hannah doing final score was P. C. S. 11; U. \. he
it colder weather with high winds from will enter: upon a general house- E. G. SEWALL
spectacular .
work bringing his S. 0 .1 })t
t man on cleaning stir in that depart
causes a
; the west I I I the side line 'With an open. field before The names of the local boys who ment. It is reported that the famous Phones 614-363. 26 N. Tarragona St. beet

Tide Again Rose high. I him.Slow did good work have been mentioned, Keep Commission in its examination late'
playing followed for the but each and every man played fast -- ---- .- --. ate
The tide again attained an unusual rest found'many loose methods of con-
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I of the half, Mobile ball with telling results the visit reshhea
having the on
height, and at 10 'clock last I best ducting business. especially in the
'night
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reports -gains to her credit and the half end ing boys formidable line. General Land Office.' There must Opera House r
from tho Little
Bayou stated ed
with'
the ball The visitors e
on have a
Pensacola's finely organized
15 have been
looseness somewhere
that it had reached within one foot of yard line. Score team and o? : (0,
the line P. C. S. 0; U. M. S. 0. some excellent individual the gigantic land frauds that have
dummy bridge.Temperatures Second players, MONDAYNOVEMBER 19 ') sa113baInterMew '
Half. among whom Is Barney quarterback -j been uncovered would not Have been
YesterdayvThe P. C. S. kicked to'Mobile and down- who is easily the star of all! possible. Mr. Garfield is young and (
maximum temperature at Pen-
ed almost in her tracks. Mobile made players seen on the Pensacola grid- .energetic and believes In SIDNEY R. ELLIS
sacola yesterday was 76 degrees at 11a. short doing
gains and Pensacola took iron up to date.'Interesting. !
m.. while the minimum was TO at on third down. ball things. He will have 'a most admirable Presents the Clever German Dialect "'In.
2 a. m. Last year on the same date Pensacola to High School. opportunity to show the stuff Comedian I
seemed
the maximum was 68 degrees and the "second wind" and to get her The game yesterday was very inter there is in him in administering the GOLDEN VOICED SINGER,
with
minimum 57 degrees. The_ barometerat soon had the ball quick gains esting to the High School boys who, affairs of the Department of the Interior ("MET21
Copyright,1906,B. Kappenhdmer& Ce.,Chicago 7 a. m. read 2977. 25 yards from U. on the "luck line" although rivals of the Classical! Schoolboys and It is not Improbable extensive -
15 yard !I. S. goaL With a were, on hand to' cheer"tnem to changes will bd made both In
ward pass gain to by Hannah and a for- victory. The interest they manifestedin the methods of transacting business AL. H. WILSON
Friedman who addedHow's this natural and in the personnel. ; -
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THE i sical School squad for the first time It is said that the president has now Switzerland, 8
a rain-coat. The House of This? this season. Although not discour--I got his cabinet fixed to suit him, and b

Kuppenheimer is the only manufacturerof I We offer On- Hundred Dollars Reward aged the opinion among them is that that there will be no more changes "METZ IN THE ALPS"A IishDMy
Special to The Journal. for any case of Catarrh that cannot be up to the present time the P. C. S. during the remainder of his term.
men's clothing that waterproofs its Brent. Nov. 17.-Last Sabbath was a cured by Hair, Catarrh Cure, boys have appearances in their favor. Mr. .Roosevelt stands as the "boss" 'Performance ScIntillating
warm day. but it was red-hot at Brent I 'F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O cabinet with Mirth. Pathos and Song.
The P. C. S. team played 1)1.. L maker of the
where the presidential fac
a passing train fired the dry grass We. undersigned, have known P. 3. ,
own material. The entire operation is In Mrs. Berry's field. The high westerly Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe a, hard game. P. H. S. played the tory. In other terms many changes Tour Mr. Eyes Wilson," will"Wilsons sing-"My Heav'II
wind rushed it across farms through him perfectly honorable in all business same team and lost have not occurred LuI1a.byJ..I
very decidedly, except where there Mountain Bird "
done under its Yodel. "Songs > 'j'
own the woods and over fences into transactions and .
supervision. They Clopton'smeadow. financial'y able to
The neighbors who are expert out any obligations made by his firm carry the score being 33 to 0; while yester- had been break-ups caused by differences Fatherland," ""Whispering Breezo *n
know that it is done right-so do we- fire-fighters rushed in and saved all important WALDIJsG, KINNAN & MARVIN, day adds another to the Classical between the, members of the "Snitzlebank. P
buildings.Monday Wholesale Druggists Toledo. 0. School victories. cabinet and their chief: such as took' Prlces-25 cents to $1.50.
that's it turned off cold, resulting in Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally =
why we recommend them. The Classical School boys place under
a killing frost on Tuesday morning with i acting directly upon the blood arS mu- are not Jackson Tyler and i
plenty of ice. cous surfaces of the system. Testimon over-confident but expect to playas Buchanan but In the case of Mr.
Ask for a Watershed truly ah' anydaycoat. It cooked up our fine young radishes i ials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. hard ball in ,the future as they have Roosevelt there has been no break HICKS'
and killed Irish and sweet Sold by all druggists.
potatoes. Eng I shown themselves capable of, while up. nor so far as the
public
lish Take Hall's knows
peas were injured by the freeze. Family Pills for constipapation. -
According to the old theory'that collard -!I the High School boys expect to play has there been any serious' differ CAPUDINE
greens are "fit to eat" after the frost harder than they have ever been seen ences. Harmony has been maintain
falls on them they will surely be high ed at all IMktDt&Ttiy' CUIU
above par now.. to play on the local gridiron. times and much of the
On Wednesday the clouds sprung a leak The Interest in the Thanksgiving success that has attended the admin. HEADACHESC
and rained down from every direction. Souvenir contest, is already awakening and istration Is due to this fact.

; o. ANSON shower I believe we have that had this from is the the first'onliest"week both teams are getting in some hard \A good deal of quiet amusement C? COLDSIaSteilli..rs N.No

in October to the 14th day of November training., Is Indulged In here over the split hlIilt.JDt: Jt"
probably making the longest term on record The Players. among the advocates of
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without a drop of rain. in this section. Postal reformed
The great northern roadway is again CardsAre The players of the two teams were spelling. From the very beginning NoNt
breaking into demoralization between the as follows: no one here has'seriously taken to it
,
CASH CLOTHIER city and Goulding. When there is danger Classical School-Sublette if the president be excepted. The The Storm
in letting a horse trot to a buggy it Is right- officials of the
surely enough ripe for repairs. all the end; Wilson right tackle; Philips, executive and administrative
Those sky-scraping loads of charcoal, rage and all right guard; Eagan center; Barton departments have followed the NoNe

CORNER PALAFOX AND MAIN coming which may in from be seen a long-distance through spy country glass your friends are makingcollections. left guard; Williams left tackle; always instructions smiled of the president, but have

are liable to be heap coals over the You Friedman left end; Hannah quarter; very broadly when the We now have all of our
should matter
earth surface if these Turtle half has been mentioned.
"incongruities'are right ; Brent, left half; Every.
What not becomes promptly of attended the to. contribute to their col- Avery full back.U. will body be fa 1 waiting to see what action storm-beaten docks work-
disappearing cat.
taken
tIe? Many years ago there was a dislocated lections. See our !of. S.-Case, left end; Hill left by Congress. ing, and are prepared to dock
slaughter-house in this section- tackle Bonlo left guard; Cox, center; NoNc
operated lystE'ID-which on "underground." midnight FINE a'' W. McIntosh .right guard; Durant Tk. Beiitut.$wai.. any vessel from 100 to 3,000

Jj legitimate handling competed of costly neavllynith stock. \ right tackle; A. McIntosh right end; He-What would your fatier do If 1
When living in New City my cow tameup PENSACOLA Barney quarter back; hans right told him I Treated to marry yon? She tons on short notice.e
missing one night and she has gone half; Welch left half -He'd refer
full the
; Bradley matter to solicit estimates from -
4 up among the "strayed or stolen' ever VIEWS.and .- back. me. He captains
since. When Mr. Riddlehoover moved to (hopelnU-.lnd ,what would you da? I'A
Andalusia from Prof. Allen's old and of vessels
farm he She-I'd refer the owners
sold a cow and- yearling heifer to Ed. comic postals-hun- Return to Panama. matter' -to the young Ntb
Harris, the one-armed peddler. About B. L. man who proposed; to me aid was ac' requiring docking and re
Subscribe the Journal It will two weeks ago the fine heifer disappearedand dreds to select from. Al- I' Larcom who has been 'l.e:7e: cepted while yon were trying !
leave
refuses to be found above the sod. on a of absence of thirty'days.which o matt
Can it.be that she is tracking Mr. Ridle- so postal card albums. he spent with his family left up your m'-flsbewj Magazine. pairs.

be delivered hoover If the to hip-shin Alabama shoes? should be founa last night for Colon, where he will resume StIIAt

to your door for 1 JOc a in the stock of Pensacola venders made The Gem Book Store his duties as locomotive engineer HU c tr r.ti... OLLINGER & BRUCEDRY
from
a large black yearling's hide, mark He was accompanied as far as "What did ,
ed only with a white spot on the left hip that old miser Put down
Mobile by 'Mrs
week k' *' let such dealer In boots and shoes be C.,R. JOHNSON Prop.. Larcom who goes- when yoo asked, him to contribute DOCK COMPANY
taken to account for handling stolen there to be at the bedside of. a sister' the charitable tc
I good, THOSAIcitULLXN, ,who is 111. fundT _
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Dear Cousin Charley: I 'Qfaflis r coH Drr
Dollar This VI eek.x .3U- New York is a dandy place to have AH NOacONTNfJF'7b He Can Do.

fun, but it certainly costs a lot of p0 LYti/TEFpiX1 JrAWN

vteytvEU money to live'here.

: OF CANDY GOES TO MISS srw You never saw such tall buildings t HE BELIEVES IT
; in your life. Why! the steeple of,our I;i A MISTAKE TO

iA3lt' ;;ELLOR-PUZZLE ARMYl0TCXT / church at home wouldn't reach a ,,IJ' MOVE PITCHER BACK AND SAYS

,rnivF third of the way up to some of them. .
iN FORCE AS
USUAL
V0he of the highest Is called the "flat- / BATTER WILL MAKE MORE HITS

iron" building, because its foundation 1' 1 \ '

( ( is shaped like a flatiron. It is so ) ,, 1; WHEN PITCHER IS CLOSER TO

IV T' <: liar! this week was cap- narrow and high that it looks like a BATTING BASE.

..ra, Faggioni, 314 S. Ce- tall chimney. But the worst part

and D'Alemberte'a box } about it is the wind that always blows '
.-ndy goes to Sadie Mel- "1
B around that corner. Gee! It's some- '"'
:, ,.aUaa street. Miss:"Fag- thing fierce. One old fellow started ..&: Chicago, Ill, Nov. 17.-When the

Ik -: \ j the dollar .by calling across Fifth avenue when a big wind : National League directors meet in

:Mtil office, and the candy hit him. He made a grab for his hat New York December 1% the old ques-

.. to JItss Sadie when she but he wasn't soon enough for off It tion of a change In the pitching distance -

A. D'Alemberte's drugs went and his wig with IL. both sailing is on the programme.The .
1" / down the street before the wind, with

'.- to last Sunday's puz- (O him after them. A messenger boy pitching distance question :
however, has been a disturbing element
and in the
a big fat policeman Joined 6 \
inswers for Nov: 11. '-2J In baseball for the past twenty .
t ,:Ii chase, and Dorothy and I and Spots .
IPLAzYA
\o ':yland.: ( I't L ft fell In behind. Pretty soon there was years, but as yet no one has solved '
.A
- ,a -- > j ii'hS0ni3n.1i 1SJ3azzT- ... -CJZE: .A1IlYP.R W1XICcY ATJ,7 quite a crowd chasing that hat and .ZY.1' the problem. In fact many experts

rt;Hshington.iunnt! ; 13YZ2'.d'T. YQIP.FL wig. Some fellow said It reminded ,. ,. deny that it is a problem. They be-
N lieve that the
\ Vernon present distance of six-
Nt him of "hair and hounds. The mes-
I .
ty feet and a fraction is the Ideal dis-
t tntnet.u T1+hn seager boy finally stopped the hat .

: ,, onaparte.'; .ti ft 8Atv90 Spots caught the hair-you know 'o pO'r tance.
I ands The sole '
.' .' object in fixing the pitchIng -
f nE't' r't used to chasing: rabbits.
I.I ,)./ : r. -_ # ;:: We went out to Bronk Park to the s: distance is to Increase batting as

I.I. .U -r.ij"s received were corception y q7. 1 j-::.. "zoo," also to Central Park, where orP much as possible but every change

i M, '-.; cf six, and \f they have lots of animals and a big has worked the other way. Batting

I.a .. Mr.:own) out because of one f: picture gallery. We also went out -S I has steadily decnned despite the nu-
I.I ; merous efforts to the base-
:; .n.orrect: I to the Statue of Liberty, which stands ball rules. re-arrange I

Correct RopI!:as.: out In the harbor and is 200 or 300
I years
" I be thousand About eighteen ago there was ;
feet high. I think-It may a
, .- i iPC repliedaie; -froiaLe-- a great hullabuloo over the subject of t
!I'; -,..ui Sadie Mellor, Viola t though. We went clear up In batting, and the pitcher, who then
which is
, the
the torch that statue
, ". t.i: Christie Bridget Di Lusniri pitched at a distance of fifty feet
a woman, holds in her hand. I liked
" I : .m Baker, H. :S. Wright, Clin- t best It's : from the home plate, was moved back.A .
though.
, \1('('.mwll.! Kscaratla, Everett *: :_ the Hippodrome ; few years later he was again
H just like a great big circus in an opera
:' U',.';ie lesson, Andrew Brown moved back but all the time the batting
T awfully222' --
c house. We went to one
l-, >! Wood Ijoppinsrton.! Loneta! Harl kept on declining while the pitcher -
Eden Musee,
.I l?'''epb :Nichols: Harold II. Lewis, scarey place-called steadily gained the upper hand. ,
: where they have all the famous men ..
ii.i I"-a. Gus Keatias, Jr., Montgoin- ; Joe McGinnity, who probably has
except Jim-Jeifries, made in wax, r; .- ,.,.
; ,\ Ii' -ichasoa, Arthur Johnson, given as much thought to the art of
and down In the basement they have
'i.- HairlJr.: .. Elizabeth Aiken, pitching as any man living, maintains
't',. l>v.'se, : 1t eb. Mary Creary, ''t more scarey things-just scare yougreen. .". that rule makers have been workingon v
Wet: lots of other things
rm'i i:. MUGladys: C. Bell.! Clara saw ,- the wrong theory since the foun-
3 @, that I won't have time to tell you : _
): tM, NellieGleci.ver.; ; Beanie ? dation of our national game.
..' d.! !Inido Vnir-stra; Ethel about.now, as I must close and help
;r.n "The idea of moving the pitcher
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S"P2Xl7OUIY:
If :, r- r :Dnvid i Boley, Lloyd .44 c.zzy"W'Zi'ZCH..z; ; pack; ; as :we'sail for Europe tomorrow. 2' or back to give the batter an advtange

[1) \. /\.-:-,t, .... Hartman: Mamie E4 01'GRI. 3T. .R, ...YTXZ. .TS'. h'F *X. N. '. Your. cousin' fCZ LSG7ZQT- was erroneous in the first place," says
W Y4IL- -- --- ILVRRY "EKFAWAY. .--
.' t':"ri. i-'eral Walker
"
A", the Iron Man. "As an evidence of

"'"'I 1 j..j. .. '';ennaa Bolsy, Mary To the Girl Whose Name Is Drawn From Answers Received This Office Next The Will this, the minute they moved us back
the Correct
". Mc"':< ... Fla.; Florence I Boy or By Thursday Night Journal the more effective we become. If

i ,'It.i '-.a.!; 'It", Bell, Mary Brown, Give a Silver Dollar. they should move the pitcher backto

j S<,.,.!11'l) :flie Mooney, Kathleen ..-_-- second base he would be harder to

rn',,' !.f.'. ',V."'>.t-i.KM.Aethea Louis Blamer Witkovskl, HerIr The Boy or Girl Whose Answer Is Drawn Second Will Be Given a Box of Huyler's Candy When Called For at D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. out hit than long ever enough provided to get the his arm ball over held

JdIn : i K. ..: 1. J,,:n,Di Lustro, Jenett -- the- plate.
.. Willie *.I. McArthur Elmo ;"A i this is that the
logical to
i sheep had, In turn, subcontractedwith I I sheep had not a drop of water. straightest line for the Platte river, answer
"-. S.d G. Holson. Jos. Swains 1,000 have been closer
MILES pitcher should kept ,
.lr ON
FOOT] numerous small Mexican ranch- Water Gave Out. which we reached, opposite North
.',i. .1.-H., j SIcHugh, :Minnie Bar- : Just why this fact should maintain U
had but
men for the required number. His "We hoarded the little we Platte-the very first town I had seen
V.-igton Redd, Jack French hard to but in the
: opinion
!: : explain
agreement was to deliver at Santa Fe at length ,it was all gone. For two In a journey of 900 miles. For the my
.1 .- .i.hnson I Hilda'Lo i3 lIar- distance the better
: long gives pitcher a
the specified number and quality of I whole days, in intense July heat \Vehadn't rest of our trip-something over 100
'. ,
I :\-ff. Jr.P WI7H3O,000 SHEEP chance to break curves where hI
animals. There were several reasons a drop for ourselves. We miles-we zigzaggered back and forth
>;. -! editor hopes that the I wants to. The natural fall of a ball I
for buying in this way. For example, chewed our dry bread and salt bacon across the river, avoiding the towns
!: of the wcrld toward the centre of gravity is also
!j" <: puzzle are
the Mexicans in the outlying districts and thought how good a cold and hunting for forage. On one occasion -
i '.;.i j r: iKiifferent. The replies Very deceptive to the eye. When
I r know nothing of drafts and drink would taste. On the eveningof we approached a large corn
!.' at Princeton over which the intercol- money threw the ball at fifty feet it
begin few and pitchers
< 'U': >f amazingly 'I
How An Old "Sheep Feeder" checks, and gold would have to accompany the second day the cook took a field, and I found that \v could save
; to
- '" 1 h. h.pod that they will take legiate championship! is be+;run on ; I kept more on a straight line and wide
.' every purchase. And to traverse mule and rode over to a little town three miles by going through it. In-
November 28
: hold, and work harder than the college men believe curves were almost impossible, as they
that an ideal meet is to be held' and I Beat the Railroad In the wild hills and canyons of 11 miles away'to get water. He hunga stead of around. On the further side II didn't break soon enough. In other
Mexico with money in one's posses-I jug over one side of the mule, and stood a man wiuia shotgun waitingfor
r
those
who have had
; '"litur received a little note a changeeto 'go I words, the batter's eye could follow a
sion would be positive madness, unless -: then just to make it balance properly us. II '
: t>t. L. Jchnston, of Milton Fla., over the course predict that new records -I the Early Days. ball at a distance of fifty feet better
-
of had a well-armed hung a small demijohn on the 'What's the damage? I said.
will be marked Seven teams course, one
9 ; -4vs that he wants to join ther.loren up. than he could at sixty.
company as a body-guard. other. Every man had a roaring 'Twenty dollars, and not a cent
representing will
: <- and 'WeVelcome him. as many colleges! en- I "A good Instance of this inability
ter the Princeton Yale Harvard "Well, the small bands of sheep headache the next day. less, answered the farmer. I paid him
o ouri he got a bad start tho' ass race, to hit a ball thrown from a long distance -
..m.,wprs this week were among Columbia Cornell, Pennsylvania and DROVE FROM SANTA FE TO CEN- were speedily brought in, and they "The sheep had been five days with- and on we went. i i ," continued McGinnity, "is

"'acorrect" ones. Try again and the Massachusetts Institute of Tech- TRAL NEBRASKA WHEN WEST grazed around the town until my Mex- out water when we approached a "We reached the little town of Stevenson shown when you see a batter try to

'tr't hu-k to you next time. nology, and though, of course, the ican friend told me through his interpreter river. We were fully a mile from! on the 24th day of Septemberjust hit one back that is thrown in from

Princeton runners will -have something WAS IN ITS WILDEST AND that he was ready to hand I the bank when the poor animals about five months from the day the Geld In practice. Some day you

OME over their competitors in the .over the lot. scented the water and stampeded. In we started. The second band had watch and see how many they can

GREAT CROSS- matter of practice, the others, with WOOLIEST STAGEEXPERIENCETO "Next morning the wethers were one mad, whirling rush gathering overtaken us, and ,,'eVent hit on a line.

COUNTRY RUNNINGNew : the exception of Cornell feel fairly I started on their 1,000-mile trip to Ne- speed as they went the bands crowded -i through the town to my ranch in "I don't know exactly what ought to

1 confident of making a.good showing. BE REMEMBERED. braska, divided into five bands, each together and reached the river: the outskirts with the 29,000 odd be done, but if they are thinking of

York. Xov. 17.-There.is every Strenuous preparations for the con- in charge of a herder on foot. One in a dense, struggling mass. They sheep. The fog of dust we raised putting the pitcher further back they

-ospert now that intercollegiate S test are going on at the seven seats of I extra man went along to act as night- plunged in, climbing over each other, nearly smothered the place. The are working on the wrong theory."

'o.<:conntry rnnnm; is to be ,given 'learning and"the new men that have To travel 1,000 miles on foot with watcher. The cook traveled in the 'I and piling up until it looked as if sheep came through the entire drivein

, 'Ms boost this} fall for with the eshshult'nt 'reported have swung into line most :30,000: sheep is a stupendous under wagon and the foreman of the gang we might lose all of them. We, of good condition-much better thanif AS AID

of HIP f.!*>\.v six-mile course (pleasantly. taking, yet this feat was accomplished rode on horseback. course plunged after them, towing, they had been shipped in."-New WITCHCRAFT
Weather Hot as Blazes. I'dragging and throwing the sheep out York Evening Post.
recently by 17 herders, healed by R. IN FOOTBALL GAME
H. Daly, a live-stock dealer and ranch- "Our 18,000 lambs were run in six of the river, until every man was

Sunday Morning November 18, 1906. man of Omaha and Stevenson, Neb. bands, with a herder in charge of exhausted. When we got the flock WILL MARRY UNDER
1 Mr. Daly passed through New York each. We left Santa Fe on the first out of the tangle we found that at MALAY PLAYERS INVOKED AID OF

4t day of May, and the weather was least 800 lambs had been drowned.I SENTENCE
the other day on his way to the Ca- OF DEATHParis MAGIC TO DEFEAT RIVAL
1 nadian northwest on a business trip, hotter than blazes. On the second day sent my foreman to'warn the other
we discovered that the wethers aheadof outfits to bold their flocks at a safe TEAM IN UNIQUE
PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON and at the Astor house gave a vivid
description of how the sheep were us were getting the best of the S distance from the river and bringone Nov. 17.-Andre Negro, whoIs .CONTEST.

herded. The journey was from Sante feed and not leaving enough tender band at a time. under sentence death in a Paris

I stuff. So circuit around Won't eat Mutton. prison is, with the permission of the
made a
we
Aaiwws aiust/ Be Written on This Coupon: Blialc. Na Fe in New Mexico to Stevenson In
tttentr.i111'tc:: Fa.14 Tfcsse Not Written Oa It. KIxcepSan central Nebraska and it was under their camp, and next morning the "Of course we had to replenish our authorities shortly to becoma a bride I Singapore, Nov. 17. A Malay football

to his Rule. taken primarily to defeat the railroad lambs were leading the way. stores occasionally, and our cook groom. While being tried for bur- club here has won a valuable
I company."I I "New Mexico is always a dry region would go across the country to some glary, he attempted to kill the warder I demoralizing its oponentswith

vF answers t3 the puzzles in The Journal today are as follows: have for over 25 years been engaged and the spring had been unusuallydry town near" us when we needed any- conducting him from the court to the I'' trophy the by aid of witchcraft.A .
not thing. Our principal fare was bread, prison Tan, and for this he was sen
I in of so that the grass was very
handling sheep being what I rich Chinese merchant gave a cup
: I good and the dust was dreadfuL Dust ,bacon and gravy. Bread was baked tenced to death at the Seine Assizers.
is called a 'sheep feeder: he said.,. to be competed for by native football
SUto. l "A 'sheep feeder' Is a man who receives by the way Is. always the worst fea- I every day in the camp kettle and I I He declined to petition the president clubs, and twenty teams entered the
;
that it takes consid- for a reprieve, but shortly after
the animals from the ture of the trail. The cloud thathangs can assure you Qualifying rounds were
ranges competition.
over the flock looks, from a I erable to Seed nine hungry men. It his sentence applied to be allowed to
into the feed lots, where they are fat- successfully played and finally two
;o.2 2 _. tened for market; and he is distin- distance, like the smoke from a prai- might be supposed that we had mut- 'marry the woman with whom he had Malay teams were left i in the finaL
ton for dinner sometimes but did been living, Eugenie Bosocp. She was
we
rie fire. Our faces were black most determined to
finalists
from the
guished a 'breeder, who grows One of
of the time, but we all wore shieldsof not though we had 30,00 sheep in suspected of having handed him the unturned to win the
his sheep on the Last MarchI leave nostone
tio. 3l 3 range. ;knife with which he tned to
will i kill the
I tinted isinglass to protect our front of us. Very few sheep men the local ma.-
out
contracted with-Mexican living in I cup, so they sought
warder.It .
eyes, otherwise some of us might eat mutton. I myself would have to the football
him
Santa Fe to buy 30,000 sheep. gician. They met on
is stated that while in
'. be hungry Indeed to eat it. Negro
have gone blind. The soil .of the region very at midnight and a mysterious
ground
I +o. 4 It Took Seventeen Men. I should explain, contains some We followed no roads but struck prison, has received a number of letters ceremony was gone through. Lighted

"Owing to a difficulty with the rail- alkali, which makes it doubly irritate out across open country wherever I couched in very warm terms from tapers were placed on one goal and
in the of also with forage was good. At night we always another woman, who says that she ad- in the centreof
fiL way company maher frieght ing. The waters are tinged round a pot of incense
3 his boldness In
I rates, I determined to have the sheep alkali, and this hurts the lips and tried to find a. hillside for the ramp. mires trying to kill the ground.
'trailed through' to Nebraska which, throat. Sheep have a great many peculiar notions : the warder. i.is and his courageous The magician then performed some

in western parlance, means driving '"From Las Vegas on into Coloradothe and will only lie down quietlyon attitude in court had attracted her weird contortions and muttered In tc
h6I !towards! him and she asked him
I / them overland. selected my men at grass was burned down with the a hillside. We made only about ; to cantations. Members of the team

the same time I contracted for the drouth, and water was scarce. Of eight miles a' day, as we gave the ;marry her. swiftly moved the tapers from one

sheep. I also -procured two of the course we had to depend on pondsor sheep plenty of time to graze; but goal to another, and more incantation

heaviest 'grub' wagons I had on my ''Streams for our water supply. we were always tired enough to crawl IAMERICAN'S WALK followed. This performance wu

I ranch, four strong mules, and two I Some of it was pretty thick-'thick into our tarpaulias at dark, and lost t kept up for some time and then the

la .0.e good saddle horses, together with all j enough,' as one of the boys said, to no time in going to sleep. While f AROUND WORLD conspirators left the field In silence. i
the rest of w slept the night watch of the incantations wu
camp utinsels and other necessaries carry, on a, gunny stick. But a man The news
?force for the trip. The wagons, mules, etc., : is not at all particular when he is went his round, moving about the kept secret until just before the foot }
? edge of the camp and keeping a sharp Calcutta, Nov. .-Walking around match, when it was Insidiously
I sent down to Santa Fe by freight. i 'on.the trail. Sheep are not great ball
l Altogether there were 17 men in my drinkers, and can do without waterif lookout forVolves.. the world for a wager, the American spread among the members of the rival -
I
Street No. I IAnswers employ detailed to bring the sheep j there are heavy dews on the grass. A "Shot-gun" Bargain."It athlete Lorimer has arrived at Cawn- j team. It had the effect of completely

through. But on this occasion the air was so was early in summer when we pore. lie has already been attackedby I demoralizing them and the

_._ "Arriving at Santa Fe we at once dry that dews were very light, and started, and we kept on through mid a pack of wild- dogs, of wsiich h? team that invoked magic won a hoI
at In the dry heat and alkali killed four, has narrowly escaped being low victory by 7 goals to 0. The less
set about getting the sheep ready for much of the time there were none summer
to this week's puzzle must be on this coupon and the long drive. The Mexican with all. Finally we were" without water dust till the grass was browned by run over by a train and has been superstitious members of the beaten

bear this date. i whom I had contracted for the 30,000 i altogether, and for five days the frost. Across Nebraska took? the sneering from ptomaine poisoning. team now think of appealing on a fouLII


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r I "The Best is the Cheapest" RIVER Cl singOut Sale f


'- isn't true of everything, but it's true of clothes. All-wool fabrics wear YUKON!

longer, keep shape better, hang better, and, fit better than "mercerized-

cotton" fabrics, ; and these are the things you want your clothes for. and the Bet- -
is Great
Rivalry
All-wool clothes

will cost you moreI ting Runs Very Everything will>< continue to go regardless of price. -

o than part cotton, of High. Sale will positively continue until all is soli
a
.. course; the point we .t. a

make is that even at

0 F the INCIDENTS OF A I ---
higher prices A RACE AND _

hey're cheaper. TRIP TO WHITE HORSE RAPIDS,I ,' =

It is a real econ- Wi o _
DAWSON CITY,
? ON THE WAY TO

r omy Schaffner to buy&a Marx Hart 1 0 IN THE ALASKA GOLD FIELDS. Don I'tForget'.t -. No. 8, formerly) $38.00


suit, and $18 or Now at Cost, 25.00 0
pay
d River steamers, uke locomotives,
$20 or $25, or even 11 ; may all look alike, but they are not. F No. 6, formerly 33.50: f I
instead of Piece for piece, bolt for bolt, the Vie-,
more
putting
orlan was like the Canadian, and the Now at Cost
$12 or $15 intoa f' Columbian was precisely the same, This is equalto 21.00

suit that's made of yet the last named steamers would [ 5
D. formerly 30.00 0
each use a hundred dollars' worth of the best ,
a a "mercerized-cot wood more than the Victorian would
a -- M-- -- ton" fabric which --M--' a burn on the four day's run from Daw- machine made. Now at Cost, 18,00 0

will fail absolutely to do the things which you expect of your clothes. son Naturally to White there Horse was Rapids.a good deal of

You, may save a few dollars, but you lose money in the end by buying jealousy between the crews of the
three boats, says the WashingtonPost.
such clothes.
0 Not only did the Victorian
beat them all in the fuel record, but
I she outran them ,all and carried the These Machines are probably the best bargains ever ,offered in your city

WHiTE & NIX Outfitters. "broom," which meant to all the other off.
1 boats that she was the pacemaker. being sold at actual first cost, profit cut .
,,
b But there was some racing, nevertheless -
As we were coming down Some of the Bargains We Are Offering For This Week :
o "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR MONEY BACK." the river we met one of our sister

iagg ggggggggggggggggggg g o : g :g gg g ggl with boats a hung new broom high on nailed a sandbar to her, flagDole but- One Oak Suit Bed, Dresser, WashStand One very large Armor, quarter oak, two
Dlf 6 bD D3 DDb bbb D6 62i ,
The' captain of the Victorian formerly] $75, now.$51.00 narge mirror doors, 16x48. .$30.00
,
expressed the hope that she might Suit Nice Oak Hall Trees, from $5 to .$19
wriggle off oefore we reached her, for One nice Oak 3-piece formerly $40, !
"QUEEN FLOSSIE" AND he did not care to humiliate her by now.- Nice Oak Arm Rockers, $2.50 to 4.50
hauling her from the bar. That was
VESSELS THAT
Lot small Sewing Rockers, Oak. .$1.06
before he saw the broom. After that Two nice 3-piece Suits, formerly) $40

discovery he bore down on her at full I . . .$28.00 Six foot solid Oak fancy Dining Table
THE: INDIANSHow now . . . .
: SEMINOLE speed, wearing a cruel smile and I nice Suits $38 for. . e e' . .$6.00
chewing vigorously at the stem of Two 3-piece formerly ,

SINK AT SEA his big pipe. now . . .". . . . .$26.00 Two 6-drawer Oak Chiffoniers, with
They saw us coming. We knew mirrors 14x25 each . ,.. .$7.00
Bill Brown's Wife Aided in the Red .
Christianizing that by the running about, by the frantic -! One nice Oak 3-piece Suit, formerly $35,
signalling to the men who were Nice Oak Sideboards from$11.to $17.50
Men of the Everglades Below Fort taking a line ashore, a quarter of a now . . . . .'. .$20.00 Two nice Morris Chairs large
What Becomes of That mile away, and by the furious whirl very ,
Ships Two. nice I 111t. Mahogany I 3-piece Suits,
Myers.A of the wheeL Oh, but she did twist quarter oak, $5.50 and.$6.04
Go Down in Mid- and wriggle and kick up the sand! formerly 1 $36.50, now . .$22.00 Lot of French Bevel I Mirrors, some en Jl
but she couldn't leave the sandbar.
recent issue of the Goshen (Indiana -I moved near the Indians' hunting I The captain, walking the wide upper One lot nice Willow Rockers. .2.25 fancy, $1.25 to . . . .$3.5 0Baby.
) News-Times contained the following -grounds 80 miles southeast of Fort My Ocean?
deck waved but and Go-Carts from
us away our cap- Buggies $2
story, which will prove of in- :ers in the Everglades and opened upa tain would not understand.We One large Hathnett Morris Chair, $9.50to

terest to all florIdians small trading post. Bill Brown and swung alongside threw them a . . . . . .$7.50 3 large Canopy Iron Beds, $4.50 and $9.
"Bill Brown brought in from the i Queen Flossie, as the Indians call her, : :
Everglades this week the greatest have been there all these years and sinks What in midocean becomes ? of If the it' is ship of woodit that line-which, seeing they the superintendent could not well was refuse One lot Kitchen Chairs, each . 50c Lot of Feather Pillows, pair. . .$1.25

number of alligator hides that he has j i ito-day. are the only traders that command takes, in the first place, considerable on the boat-dropped down with the Solid Oak Safes, screen doors, from $3 Lace Curtains from 70c to $1.25;) per
ever handled in one trip. His load]I the respect and confidence of
time for it to reach the bot- current, and tue stranded boat was . . . $5.25
consisted of 1.037 'gator hides and the 20:; Indians left of this mighty tom. In a hundred or more fathomsof afloat again. to ? % pair-actual factory cost. e

950:; 'gator feet. Bill sold his hidesto tribe of .Honda. Flossie has learned water a quarter of an hour will Sailing away, we whistled them Three-glass Door Safes, very large, Some nice Pictures and Wall Pockets
R. A. Henderson for $!SiO. This their language and her alone these
shows that there ere a few 'gators Indians trust, as yet she has never deceived elapse tom. It before sinks the slowly ship, and"-reaches when hQt the goodby, but they made no answer. each . . . . . .$6.50 from 35c to 75c each.J38J40 .
still left in the 'glades, but how long I' them. She alone makes most bottom is reached it falls gently into Rival Company Busy.
the crop will last at this rate may be of the purchases from them, exchanging the soft:, oozy bed, with no crash or From this stranded boat and others
conjectured." such commodities as .they need. that we spoke to going down, we
The above is taken from the Fort And their promises to pay in so many breaking.Of learned that a rival company was on Fishof Furniture House
:Myers, Fla. Press, and from years' moons is never violated. The gov- course, if it is laden with pig the river with a fly steamer that was
acquaintance with Bill Brown and his ernment has never been able to even I iron or corresponding substances, or claiming a record 'of three days and
good wife Flossie the writer feels gain their confidence. They do not if it is an iron ship it sinks rapid! something to 'the rapids. When we U t
that It is due them to give them notice receive one cent in annuities from I and sometimes strikes the bottom reached Dawson we found this rapid
of the good work they have accomplished the government neither can tfley be with such fore as to smash in piece runner with still another broom. E. Intendencia Street. Phone 983. ,..
among the only tribe of induced to go to the Indian Nation Once sunken a ship becomes the prey There were three champions on the 5

Indians that observe their native cus- and receive lands and share with the of the countless inhabitants of the run now. I ..-...... ...."'H-.JL -, "' 1 Cf
toms and cling to the religion of their I rest of the Seminole tribe. Mission ocean. In less than an hour from the time lEe
ancestors Chief Osceola, of the Semi- aries have been sent by Baptists, They swarm over and through the we landed our crew had wagered all ,et
noles. Bill Brown was an English Methodists and others, but not until great boat and make it their home. their earnings-on the Victorian. The only for a moment and here, too,] the northwest mounted police, came a
sailor who destereed his vessel at Key Flossie had embraced 'he Episcopal. Besides this they cove*' every Incn'ofthe Dawsonpapers were full of defies people were coming at the last min- aboard at this place.- He traveled a I e
West and landed at Fort Mjers years ian faith would an Indian see it in boat with a thick layer of slime. and notices of thousands of dollars ute to take the boat. Now, with a day or two with us. He boarded the I
ago. Soon after he married Miss any other light than their forefathers. This takes time, of course, and vVie deposited here and there to be covered long good-bye, we steamed away on a boat at the same place on her pre- Reasons ,E
Flossie Tippins, a native of South Flossie induced Rev. II. Gibbs, an one generation dies another continues by the opposition boat and won 450-mile run to the White Horse. It vious trip tut before she had reachedthe lJZ-
Florida, who was raised near the English Episcopalian, to accept a the work, until finally the ship or lost, in a time race to White Horse is all up stream. At places we must mlddie of the river he jumped Why 0i.o'J
SemInole Indians, and they both charge as missionary among her peoNature -I is so laden with heavy incrustation; Beating on the turn of a card was go against a five-mile current. At one overboard and swam ashore. Three ....."!!PAl.,!]" .
corals, sponges and barnacles that. not even pleasurable pastime now. place we must catch hold of a steel crazy men were aboard that trip, and
-" - '--- -- if wood, the creaking timbers fall In all the gambling halls men were cable and haul ourselves over the the moment that Indian caught sightof You can read a man'scharacter of
'jWoman's apart and slowly but surely are absorbed putting their'money on one or the rapids. them he took to tHe water. One by the collar

Is,to love children, and no home in the waste at the sea bot- other of the river racers. Four days and four nights she of those unfortunate chaps followedthe
tom. All this betting and bluffing gave pounded away, stopping only when it Indian's example a few days later. he wearsIs lir..
can be completely happy without Iron vessels are demolished more rise to a rumor that the Victorian, on was necessary to take on wood or pick Finding himself alone on the upper r.a
them, yet the ordeal through quickly than those of wood, which the up trip, would try to make a run up the mail at the mountain police deck one day be took a running jump yours a rar
that would shut off all argument. The the wheel, and that was the last .fr'
which the mother may last for centuries. The only! stations. Many craft were floating over
expectant metals that withstand the chemical officials of the company said there down the Yukon-steamboats, rafts ever seen of him. I saw the other LION BRAND rc
must pass usually is so full of suffering, action of the waves are gold and would be no race, but officials alwayssay of logs and scows laden with freightof two at 'White Horse one accompaniedby 15 Cents Each At All
: danger and fear that she looks forwardto platinum, and glass also seems unaf- that. all sorts. his gray-haired father, who had 2 for 25 Cents. Good Shot L
fected. No matter how long gold! The crew were all nervously alert. gone to tne northwest to fetch the a
the critical hour with apprehensionand may be hidden in the ocean, it will For two days the black letters on a Now and then and we passed a sandbar.It steamer. wreck home.
_ strip of canvas had been screamingthat hung up high dry on a One day at-dinner one of the lady
and
dread. Mother's Friend, by its pene- always be gold when recovered' was five o'clock in the morning,
this fact explains the many roma!,c the Victorian would sail at 2 p. m. passengers was'relating the sad storyof
trating and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and and adventurous searches after hid- Wednesday. At 1:50 every man of but when the sun reached was the shining famous brilliantly, this man to another woman pas- THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO 1
all and the for den treasures lost in shipwrecks. ,the crew was at his post. At 1:55: the we senger.
unpleasant feelings, so prepares system the finger Rapids. It is thrilling to 1i
general manager'of the line and APALACHICOLA FLA.
Baltimore Sun. came Five-I "He had a great box of dust, she i
ordeal that she passes throughthe stood beside me at the railings. He on the upper deck and watch told her fried,_ "which he guarded
boat down this chute, Mtoufictarers of
event safely and with but opened his watch. I spoke to him, is drop& little a less interesting to see her night and day, but this day he left
pie, and only in this week's Press but he made no answer. All the people it in his cabin while he went for a
Mother's
little suffering, as numbers have the writer noticed his leaving for another who had come to say good bye to push her nose slowly When up Into she has the drink of water, and when he came Cypress Shingles.
testified and said, "it is worth charge owing to failing health. friends had been hustled ashore.As swift, narrow far stream.she against the I back it was gone. ,Without trying to
as as can
its weight in gold." $1.00 He alone, with the assistance of Flos- the last second tided off the ,. gone current she catches the steel cable I find It he ran and jumped overboard." %" x ." x 18*
per sie has been able to open a school captain above us called to the men to i A low ripple of laughter ran up and
bottle of druggists. Book containing and build a little church where others cast off, and immediately the boat be- that begins is to made draw fast,herself far up the through river and the :down the table from where the woman %" x 5" x 18"
valuable information mailed free. friend have failed. Bill Brown's home is gan to drop down stream, drifting up I sat when she had concluded, and :
never closed and there has never slowly from the wharf. When she narrows. she not knowing exactly the cause of Cypress Tanks of all Desrnpw 3L
THE BRADFIEID REGULATOR CO.. AU.a.... Ga. been an Indian turned away or allowed was two or three feet from the land- Up and up, little by little, she [it, appealed to the "Count"* next to Write for Catalogue and Price LaThe ; '

___ _____ I to go away hungry. Flossie ing a pretty woman came running down creeps in the center of the stream her to know If her story were untrue.
--- --- i has raised a large family of boys and the sloping bank, lifted her skirts the that rushes by so smoothly that it The count took another bite of 'pan,
girls, whose associates are childrenof least bit and without slacking herr looks, in the shadow of the wall, to chewed it awhile, smiled and said:
N the red men, whose guidance and pace, leaped gracefully aboard. be perfectly still, like the stream that "Eet ees not good for a man to be :f
i education! Rev. Gibbs has had In sole The great crowd cheered wildly as flows from the nozzle of a tire hose. alone."
control and to-day her children areas the pretty woman turned and, kissed Only where it strikes and splits on After the second day it became evi
ist dear to the hearts of the Indian her hand to her father, who had followed her nose we see how rapidly} the dent to all on board that we were not :
to 1n >tt to .I I mothers as their own. her down to the boat to 'say river runs. going to burn the river dry by the

is quickly prepared g It was the writer's good fortune atone good-bye. When she is half way through, justat speed of: our Agoing. The general superintendent
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time to attend. a green corn Against Five Mile Current the swiftest and narrowest point- was aboard again, and Geniune :
dance that the At Klondike City we touched again, when we scarcely see whethershe he
v for the table and | occurs early among can seemed more interested In arrang-
,
I II Indians and tc meet Bill Brown and Is moving at all-her bow beginsto ing for, the new mail service than in
Flossie at their home, also meeting -- -- lift. When she Is over tftp crest "brooms. We stopped to haul j
an-
best of all 5 ', ;
I everybody many of the descendants of the once her nose comes down again and her other steamer from a sandbar. At Article !
i; mighty chief, Osceola. With all their tt1ESUtiN wheel gets out of the water. Then, another Pla.ce.we pulled a number of
likes it. Served tribal 'feelings against the whites, TS being perfectly helpless, she has to trees up that were being washed out
J -; Bill Browns good wife, with her Indian -_ be dropped bodily up to the level andere toppling over the river. We THAT'S j(
-iI : \ 1 with eggs it makes 5; language, commands more respect surface of the wide pool of still were four days reaching the foot of La-
'I among tlem.than any ether living ON"VULCANITE8": water, when her stern settles down barge with a good fifty miles to steam 4
-II r a delicious breakfast white person. "'bat' mission! and her wheel begins to work again.: before we could see the tail of White
1 r '.. Think of being isolated from friends Not many people are seen on the: Horse Rapids; PIEL BROS: 1
II \J dish. Can be used where her whole life was spent as a ROOFING banks. Once in a while we pass a Lake Labarge is 'a beautiful bit of
girl and devoting her best. years to rude scaffold upon which salmon are water, thirty miles long. The hills ,
_ in other the upbuilding and christianizing of without giving the house owner who drying, and we know by that token along either shore, while not high or REAL GERMANLAGERBEER :
many ways these people. that a Siwash is somewhere near. imposing, 'are
t It of great satisfaction very pretty, and some
uses !
a feeling
Bill Brown has prospered. Every Passed Large Village.At are high enough to hold
Ut also. We recom- few weeks the people of Fort Myershear WHY? Because he knows that"Vul, > dusk one day we passed quite snow toe'year'around.men patches we had of
.I the whip cracking 'over Bill's canite" Roofing is the most perfect, a village. The Indians all wore grown weary watching: the mountains
mend it to you. teams, coming generally with two or economical and wearing roof protection clothes;the women shawls or blankets, clip by and the white caps slipping
three wagons, drawn by four to six made. # some of teem very bright and clean across the"lake, ''we' fell- asleep to
ox teams. His alligator hides and {ItJut's Why looking. They ran along the trail wake at White Horse-time from
feet, otter land deer ,hides, In fact, for half a mile, calling and holdingout Dawson, four and _a half days. TRY IT!
whatever he takes in trade from the Vulcanite RoofingIs their hands as if begging. They "
Indians is sold, and his wagons are seemed, shy and strange and wild, BE CHARITABLEto | ONLY 15c A BOTTLE
loaded up with supplies for his trading UNIVERSALLY used. keeping always a little way back, so your 'horses as wen as to
East Hill Co post that you only got ,a glimpse of them self. You your DOZEN.
Grocery Old roofs can be covered quickly an' need not suffer from pains \ $1.50 PER
If such intluences.were wielded through the narrow aisles in the of any sort horses
four need not
among the Indians their condition, look like new. "No speculation about I pines. I think it was the first timeI suffer. Try a bottle of Ballard's
would be far better.The government "Vulcanite." ever felt real for of In- i
Cor. Hayne and Gadsden Streets, pity a Land Snow Liniment It cures all pains. J.
would also have less trouble in the! Ask Itr ttt"Heast That Jack BtrtV! I dians. They seemed so lost' so left JL Roberts, Bakenfleld. Ma, writes: \ Morris Dannheisser,
** relations with the Indians of today, here la tonu out of the world, there in the depths "I have 'used your Liniment for ten
| .hi. F. Bowes, Manager. Phones 88t-212 If there were more Bill! Browns and You can ret It right I of Jhe primitive melancholy forestA years and find it to be the best I have Sf.v
honest fine 12 W. Zarragossl .
Queen Flossies to give them young Indian wearing the ever used for man or best" Sold by
t'U.-' ..yMXftyMfonyMItX MtXHSHSfPfnyttX advice and Christian teachings. A. M. Avery Hardware Co. I Jaunty though serviceable uniform of aU druggists ,, v. .fVo/tI. r

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.--- I I! THE ATLANTIC.COASTNlNG ewbro's1kIde.- 1 1


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The Original Remedy that "kills the Dandruff Germ." 1
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"Doctors Said That I Would Die, 1 -+4t?4 .i t *('


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New York's
Engineers on '
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- Cooper's New Discovery Cured Me.1" Aqueduct Have Trouble -- 1I I I



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[ I The Atlantic coast is sinking, ac, J 1
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YOU WHO SUPPER cording to James F. Sanborn one of' ';-".;::.. ''I
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the engineers of the board of water J Y"J..t -"; I II

- slAV f. ; e LETTER !supply, that has charge:of the $101-, i n 1 ;)( 1
READ THIS
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000 undertaking to supply New York

- city with water from the Catskills. T"'L: 1J
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Mr anborn estimates that the coast : -' :
The.Cooper Medicine Company. '
I ig dropping at.the rate of one foot in ; : I II

0 I t r Gentlemen write to tell you tte wcnderful results" one hundred years. Coney Island aR : I
will eventually: be wiped out, and the
A that I.have obtained from the use of the Cooper .
] _t medicines. For five years I was an invalid suffering statue of liberty will be submerged. N / ... !
from a'severe affliction of the bowels. I was Many curious geological features
] r k operated upon by skilled physicians five times in are being discovered by the englli -ers Of..fiZV
I 1 h f
'p surveying for the proposed aqueduct. I
tfi t three years without any success and was given up
l I"! to die. My weight dropped from 1G4 pounds to 100. The Hudson river is an arm of the ,

; ; '; I had heard so much of Cooper's New Discovery and sea to Albany, they say, a "drowned: till

i$ i: Quick Relief, but must admit I had but little faith $ river as one called it. i !
] "The sea floor, too, is sinking"
r in thenu. I decided, however, to give them a trial
t ; The result was that in two weeks I was able to be says Mr. Sanborn in a report issued
who ,, Their Faithful Dog has Pointed out the True Remedy to prevent Baldness,
} 't :'+ cut walking around. I continued the treatment until i jeisterday. Those Keep watch
I '' but the hunters came too late--Chronic baldness incurable.
I of the tide gauges from Boston to'
well and
was entirely now weigh 163 pounds.
F ; I cannot thank Mr. Cooper enough for his wonderful xveytst: have 'proved this to their, HERPICIDE A HAIR,SAVER. Newbro's Herpicide Is a Twentieth Century Rem

medicines. satisfaction. {1 Newbro's Herpicide saves the hair by destroying edy. Its mission is to teach new rules for scalp

x ? Signed: ZELMA MURPHY, :Mr. Sanborn went on to say that'j the germ or microbe that is now known to be the cleanliness, new rules for hair preservation and to

# "3 179 Market,St, Manhattan was formerly mountaintop cause of dandruff, falling hair and baldness. In supply a germ destroying solution that will enable
} as high as any Cats! ll peak now.j chronic baldness the hair follicles are completely careful persons to have beautiful and luxuriant halo.
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r St Louis, Mo. Soundings have been made which)
atrophied, causing the scalp to shrink and shine;. Almost marvelous results follow- the use of Herpi
3 t rn F.Ae show that the Hudson river did nol i little can be done In such cases' except to save the cide, and if' it does not do more than we claim for

I Ii end at the Narrow3, but extended asa ] remaining "fringe," and this is well worth' saving, It, your dealer will refund -your purchase price. As

Ii submerged gorge fully thirty miles I foi is offers some protection against the cold. a hair dressing it is truly exquisite, on account of
from land. This ,gorge reached the I The "Hair Grower" is a fallacy. It requires but a Its dainty andrefreshing, which Is character
'Stop i Su.ffering: an.d: Grot "VVe 1 depth of 3,000 feet; a gash in the floor) slight knowledge of Anatomy to know that the hal ls ic. It contains no oil, grease or sedimentary substance -

o .. oottles of these Marvelous Discoveries willatrengthen; your stomach so that it can properly n.:of the sea. Geolo<;i;;ts ay, this deep;I gets its life and strength from the hair-papilla at the neither does it stain nor dye the hair.

i our food Undigested food ferments and causes gas on the stomach which poisons the entire place was once a stream bed oa theearth's bottom of the hair follicle, and the papilla in turn Steps itching of the scalp almost Instantly.gets .
surface and has been
o !. ''II Cooper's New Discovery makes rich pure blood. It nourishes and heals every organ of the the drownelby its nourishment direct from the blood; thereWHAT A LEADING DRUGGIST SAYS: Herpi
sea and as the earth pro- true hair There cide has been success with from
9 wU' fore, nature is the only grower. are a us the start,
gressed san enemies of ,hair growth that cause hair loss and owing to two considerations. First, because it is
START TODAY ArID BE WELL A DAY SOONER : :Mr. Sanborn told how
o soundings baldness. 'Invisible microbic growths enter the sebaceous essentially a meritorious article and does the work
(',,')per's New Discovery sells for one dollar per bottle, six for five dollars. Cooper's Quick Relief : made for a tunnel planned to cross 'glands situated at the top of the hair folh that Is claimed for it, and every bottle sold makes a

6e j ,- fifty cents. You can get them of under the Hudson at New Hamburg! cles (Dr Sabouraud, of Paris, says the microbe friend, who, publishes the glad tidings to other

i revealed to the engineers that the usually enters the scalp in youth), where,one colony friends, and an endless chain is thus created for

o sinking of the country has submerged I after another is established, until finally, after Herpicide. r'

s the old rock floor of the river 250 I months, and sometimes years, there is dandruff, Secondly, you fill your contracts to the letter and
h ]3C><: "te>:n.'S Plrrn.: : : .. cy.- feet below the leveL Near West d itching scalp and falling hair. The Sebum also treat your agents squarely and cleverly and every
I Point the bedrock floor is at least 300 1! solidifies causing dry, lusterless Agent in turn takes pleasure in

o : (' = 9K "''''' .... ....... '1.OT.; :c:"' .. :,""' __ _.. -- .... feet down. The engineers first and brittle hair. Destroy this mlpushing the goods for your per
o thought they would lay steel pipes on : crobic growth with Newbro's Herpi sonal account. We have never .
I the bed of the river to conduct the ; 11; cide and protect the hair against resold a proprietary article which ,

-, meet the required regulations. In the water from the projected reservoir I II Infection, and it will grow as nature was more satisfactory. (Signed)
o first place he has to have service uniforms -I at Asbokan, but now a tunnel 15 feet I s intended. W. H. Torbert, Dubuque, Iowa.
l T If ES OFArJ of olive drab and khaki for MAN N BURIES I in diameter will be bored 400 feet; i

y i ll summer and winter wear. There below the surface o' the river. As'I''I'I I
o must be one kind for service while the water in the reservoir west of the

o mounted. and It requires another not kind less while than dismounted I I level river it will will be have 400 feet to above drop the down liver a W. A. D'AIemberte, Druggist and Apothecary,


)5. RM OffiCER for four field khaki service.uniforms There of are wash trousersfor goods I WIFE ALl VE E EI f nel.shaft SO!) feet deep to reach the tun- 4 SPECIAL AGENT

All this trouble Is due to the
use while dismounted and the ;F Send 10 cts in stamps for sample THE HERPICIDE CO. DepL L, Detroit Mich.
r riding breeches. With the service idiosyncrasies of the ,,river bed, says

uniform go the boots, shoes, pigskin I I }lr. Sanborn. "At New Hamburg a "DESTROY THE CAUSE-YOU REMOVE THE EFFECT." Aa Haln.

iie Must Spend $1,000 for leggins, cap, service hat, saddle Says He Will Dig Her Up At belt of limestone a mile wide, from A Healthy Hair. Unhealthy

s blanket to match uniform, leather east to west, was found thrust up 1

An Outfit as Soon as equipment and a few other things. End of Six Days Perfectly through the natural ;formation of _
shale. This is due to ------- --
Then there are dress uniforms of / a wrinkle in
blue cloth for mounted and the earth. The limestone was squeezed -
Commissioned. one an- Well. Ashokan reservoir to be
the gigantic
up from underneath a bed of shell
other for dismounted service, with
in the Catskill :Mountainswas
constructed
black boots and black shoes, cap, that time had deposited on it. This natural dam itself sidewalks t
once a huge
overcoat hat and helmet. ,There is due to 'an overturns fault'"The ::
How wouldou like to be forced cape of since there was a
and aeons ages
Kingston, Jamacia Nov. 17.-"Professor" earth's outer' shell Las been
must be two for ,
sets summer and
I o in i' t SI.iiOO for clothing whether lake on that land. This dam was a
W. A. Barclay, a colored hypnotist wrinkled cp and i1J ie Ij 'tone
6rof two sets for winter orall the different \
thi hill
ou had inouty or wanted "to and bowlder depositedby
unifo'ins. Then comes the ofli hypnotized his wife and in the squeezed out overr, the shale. There 1 great clay that held That old sidewalk of yours Is unsightly and Insecure at 1

,.. : cial dress uniforms for mounted and presence of a large gathering of the is such an overthrust fault in Scot the continental glacier best, if not dangerous. It cheapens your property and menaces
wtt officer hold- America fifty
,111 North
i> ; an some
army dismounted service. With the official I public buried her in a coffin under land where the rock has been pushedout sway over your safety. Save money by building a handsome
It A com in on in Uncle Sam's sera I thousand since"rrhe
years
eight feet of earth. ten miles along the top'of the durable concrete walk that enhances your values
dress bold shoulder knots
hr; tit 'o; much oftener than he go and have found that the
a.I'belt The "professor" announced that ,he rock beneath. engineers cuts out accident and damage risks and is a continual
,"!o ff :;" does'not happen: to have of gold,- costing about $50; I Catskill rocks are usually flat. They
would leave his wife buried for ,six "Another find source of satisfaction.
hat, patent leather shoes and boots. interesting was that
- '''4f ti!- rh+ (and many .them. do consist of sandstone beds and shales
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days. After digging her up again and We'll build you a sidewalk that will be properly laid, of
Next
the white suits for
:
are summer, sand
: i I' he forced of mud and
is by
army regtnw made by layers
- with white shoes and Then I reviving her, he declared she would the best materials, and put, down under the personal supervision & !
:- to buy enough clothes on cap. solididfied the of mud-
I be as fit and well as before burial. by pressure of a man who knows how. 'Ye11 guarantee .the work I
comes the social full dress uniformsfor
'J' '11 out fifteen men A NEW DISCOVERYFor stones This is the rock from
log on top.
it In The Is
The ceremony took place at Rock and keep repair. price reasonable. Call 'Phone
!. 'JriD army secret, but some of evening wear, with hat, patent which the flagstones are made. They 1485. ; r
leather boots and sho.. purely for port Gardens. The grave was already Mending Torn Garments Without leavesof
ii<" it 'pants, fresh from Westour' a lay on top of each other like -
social affairs. dug when the "professor" and his Sewing or Showing Did it Ever Happen
: l\\u years ago, have only re- to You "I a book-:New York Tribune.IL .
wife and the coffin
arrived placed by
These not all' There must bea
fin:shed paying for their first are
i\ ""h of clothes Their salvau mess jacket, rain coat of a certain its side. The woman stepped into Accldently tear your garment. What Alfman. tin. copper and sheet iron Pensacola Cement Stone Company
color, and flannel: shirts. The officers the coffin, lay out at full length and did :you do! 'ttelL. you took a needle and worker has moved to 169 East Government ,
's i u their credit is good with house building
closed her eyes peacefuny."Professor" tried to saw it together, after which it street. In the opera
) I; who cater to the army om. have to furnish their own horses, was unsatisfactory. The' garment was
if '. All the uniforms are saddles and blankets. They have to Barclay, after making ruinedand you gave It awav Ti.at the FERRY CARRIESA S. J.
passes over his wife's head, annoucc result. ]My MAGIC MENDER mends Harvey 1 Manager.
':IC: -III, ..p. It is nothing out of the pay their own board and for fuel and any
that she was hypnotized and ready kind. of garment without Dewing so :you WHOLE TRAIN ,
lights. have ,
They to
even the led -
r :;:a' for an army officer to beJ ouy I can t tell they were ever torn. Package ,
buriaL lid
The coffin then
was
,,, furnishings for their quarters. Uncle mailed with full instruction'
J::d; his clothes on the install ; on receipt
I fastened down, and the coffin was low ot 15 tents to steam I
Sam only furnishes the shelter Berlin NOT. 11.-A gigantic
:!':F pi ,n. That is one part of the
and the commission. Even ered into the grave. The earth was will be established to / ;
rarril: officer's life that will probablynot the of t- 71.I.. FEI GOLD, ferry shortly
cers' trunks have I then piled on the coffin to a depth of of Sassnitz
10 "t! But the rigid size. All these things mean an eight feetBarclay with Trelleborg at the southern ex
women. re-
" s H; 'mmmake it necessary for the investment of about $2,000 at least, to assured the people that his tremity of Sweden We offering some dressed damaged.>
wife was not in the slighest degree are
!1i: begin with. This is more than the The new ferryboat will be able to
10 -p nd a large sum of money
- the burial and sufferedno
)' f-. first year's salary and expenses never affected by ship the entire train with the
rlothes form
or suffer a penalty
discomfort. In fact he said she tion of the .locomotive The lumber
:; :::," : them. stop.-Kansas City Star. excep-I at a bargain. \
was much better off than a good train from Berlin to ,
Tu .. ,
COon ''i cf a second lieutenant is
many who were walking on the earth. ,
tr' U-"II ;' IT One of the first things Obelisk Flour is the staff When the full details of the burial thus be shipped on the the Baltic ferry Sea on I We fill all orders for
: It 1. transported across can now new
*" Tit "i<> on receiving his commis-
became known a storm of protest was distance
the deck of the ferryboat The
of life. I
,
: f n v in nt himself with clothes to
raised in Kingston. Mr Foster Davis!
from Sassnitz to Trelleborg Is

r -- --- ---- who has control of Rockport Gardens, approximately seventy miles and the stock shipment arriving daily.

\'':\. .. ,::s.s.s.s.s..", sent a letter to Barclay declaring that. ferrj-boat will cover this distance in :
he had no idea of the realistic character !
I four hours.
M N of the performance, and adding: This Baltic ferry will Tie) unique H. G. DeSILVA &
,' .. "In these circumstances I must ask both In point of size and owing to the COMPANYr

.. "" ,I you to be good enough to make arrangements 1 fact that it will ply across the open r
::
"L' ,
; T to disinter, your wife this y sea. After this example of German
evening. -
enterprise, similar steam-ferries for

List :,: ,..f Barclay on receiving file letter, replied the transmission of trains from Doverto 11..$............1N1.1................ .. ........1N.
; I that he had pledged his word Ostend and from Queensborough to
to the public that he would bury hi- '
Flushing, follow.
!: JN = wife alive for fix days, and he aid may I' Southern Crown Nursery Stock I

!FN not mean to break it. ALWAYS WAS SICK.

.1 ..t The matter, therefore, remains' at a PERFECT HARMONY When 'a man says he always was : True to Name. :

I .2. ;! complete standstill The "professor" I sick-troubled with a cough that

..,.. .,. will not unbury his wife, and ,the authorities You can jude; a he tailor makes-by : lasted all 'winter-what would you i Budded and Grafted Pecans, June Bud and one t
fear to do so owing to the the dress garments say-he never was sick since using
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.. possible consequences of removal. it's the crucial test | Ballard'S Horehound! Syrup. Such a : year Peach, Strawberry, Roses, Shade and Ornamental f ,

= 2 The slightest fault kills a man exists : Trees of all kinds. Everything true to a
.. Dress. Suit-it must be right, I
1 STARVRESTLERS I Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado i
refunded. Write for
NN or not at alL writes "For years I was troubled i name or money cheerfully l

= ,....I TO MEET IN SPOKANE I for This the most part accurate bf tailoring of measurements calls- all winter. This cough left me in a : price list at once. :
I miserable condition. I tried BaUard'aHorehound
I IJ ,: the utmost skill In Syrup and have not had a : C. R. LONG Nurseryman Andalusia Ala. i

N J Spokane, "ash., ?vov. IT.Efforts cutting and ,designing, and the sick day since. That's what It did ,

OUR COLLEGE BOOTS N are under way to bring "Dutch" Wagner I consummate touch of the true I i for me." Sold by all druggists. ....................................................:
N. the eastern middleweight, and tailoring artisan in construction --
Joe Heinrich, the exS. A. A. C. and finishing. I
amateur -
HEAR
WHEN YOU COMPANYW.
r BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY
j star wrestler together on the 'Ve're proud of our accom-
2
, ; The college boot has a smartness of style that Is all its own. mat in this city. Jim Powers, formerly plishments in this linenotfeature YOUR NEIGHBOR SAY T. BEDWELL, PRES. AND MANAGER.
; The low tops gives them a' trim made effect so much desired by 1"N I ly Harrington, who has handled elegance or goodnessis Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice RiDe phone 670 and a
SHE HAD A NICE, TEN- representative will u11.V.. T. BidweU President and Manager, 205 S. Baylenstreet.
wom'n of fashior. ,. ;\more prominent wrestlers, perhaps ever lacking in 'our produc
If you would enjoy the pleasure of possessing a stylish' foot, ; ,than any other man In this section ofi tions. Every part is in perfect T DER, JUICY STEAK OR .

; Wear a pair of our new college boots (i.the country, and who has been identified harmony with every other l ROAST FOR DINNER
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with the gnmfow twenty years part and is carefully attunedto ,
FALL STYLES ARE NOW READY is representing Wagner and he has the individualisms of your YOU CAN BET WE FURNISHED tt

asked Manager Ed. Wraiht to put figure. I IT. THAT'STHE Lehigh Valley Portland CementWe
? PtT"nt Kid, Colt, Gun Metal Calf, Lace or button. All sizes and the matter of a match between the Ready for the Holidays?

'W hs. -3 two before the athletic committee cf Don't waste a minute! I ONLY KI DVE E

Z $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50 and $5: i the club. Were ready. KEEP. keep on hand at all times a fullsupply
"Wraight
:Manager said that in view I and furnish it quiddy In
; "'omen,that want "The thing" in smart footwear, will always of the other big athletic features the Dress Suits $55 to $95.. New City Meat Market, can t

2 Sni it here, as soon as it appears on the market ,. club Is undertaking right now he Tuxedos $45 to $95 I Pryor Bros., Props. any quantities, also fire brick for fining i

hardly thought it likely tint the ath- furnaces.

SHOE 2 letic committee would want to carry CREW NOTICE. l
BOSTON STORED the card for a few weeks.Thanksgiving i Neither the Captain Owners I
.. nor agents of the German I
PRICKETT, PERSON 8 Adelheld ilensell will
GARDNER steamer
M a Saunders Mill Company
FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS Poultry. I TAILORS U Brent be responsible for debts contracted -! ,
saidCaptain. .;
by .
Turkeys Ducks, Chickens, etc.. Ed. (Incorporated.) vesseL lL JuaotNSuNe Phone 717.3 21 East Canton Street. 1 1r
Phone 690. 117 S. Palafox. d ;XL Pooley, Corner Chase and DeVil- FRANK B. GARDNER Manager. I 1
liers street Pohne 112t ISnovlw* ROBERT, TCEMLER: & CO. Aients.I
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St Florida Reunion of the Confederate
Veterans. While,in ;the University

F town they were the recipients of many

marked attentions and,, report having ,
PEOPLE AND EVENTS : had;a very delightful time. On Wed- i! I IY

nesday night they attended the grand .
. ball far the, maids and sponsors at DIAMONDS. WATCHES
the reunion and on Thursday eveningin

S Jacksonville, on their return home,
they were the guests of Miss Elizabeth -
is BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD.Te'ephpne .
of
Legare Fleming daughter jex-
Governor Fleming, at a reception
S No. 669 Before 3 P. M.
the Country ,Club.
No. 38 After 3 P. M.
l
Misses Mami-'i: 1 Maggie MSCasklll 1 The home shows your breeding.At .

of Nora are visiting their, sister, the prices we are offering this

Mrs. J. W. Senterflt.for a few days. season no house should be lack-

Mr. and Mrs; 'K D. Whitford of I ing in the few necessary articles

HAPPILY MARRIEDAT fCendallville, Indianan arrived here that at, the of
MIAMI. T/te Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Saturday morning. They expect to once serve purpose

The :Miami Metropolis, of Nov. 9, spend the winter here. usefulness and assures the visitor

contains the following account of the of taste.
good
who Mr. Harry DaPonte. who has been your
Milton
marriage of a former boy
visiting Mr. Mrs. Scarrttt Moreno
is a brother of Pensacola's new city and
has returned to Atlanta. t

clerk A :pretty little romance was culminated Miss Annie Roberts.*s---. of Troy Ala., A Limited Supply of Plate Racks.

at the Presbyterian church is visiting her aunt Mrs. W. T.
this morning in which Miss Catherine Etheridge on North Hill for a few 's For those who are not,fortunate enough to

Aymard McGill Waugh were united andIr.in the. A.holy Beverly bondsof days. possess a plate rail, these will answer every

wedlock.Mr. Do you want the best? Then get purpose. .

Aymard Is a prominent young I Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely Solid oak Flemished single racks for $1.
business man of DeFuniak Springs,I pure, go twice as far and the ,

Fla., a man of many sterling qualities I "Blue Ribbon Flavor" Is perfection.Ask Tall taborettes. for 60c. Double racks for $2.S0.

so necessary to a successful Career for the 25c size. Squatty stools for 40c.
and the bride is the only daughter i
of Dr. C. V. Waugh who for a

school number at of West years Palm was Beach principal and of pastorof the 9J I Church Services I II. GERSON'S Department

the Baptist church ia that city. Jewelry

Miss Waugh has many friends
throughout the state acquired by her -----
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popular individuality and who will, .
be happy to learn of her marriage. I F "THE TOPAZ"
The artful Cupid commenced work Ministers are respectfully requested -
with the happy couple five I to notify The Journal promptly of
years ago is the birthstone for Novem-
order of servicesat
the
change In
when Mr. Aymard was one of Dr. I any their respective churches. Noticesfor A large assortment of Just received another

Waugh's students. Since that time this column should reach The' ber. We a selling these and! shipment of Jet
Journal not later than 6 p. m. on goods. the
destiny has passed them from time Hand
Bags all other birthstones
t Saturday of each week., prettily most fasaionable
to time but Cupids rebounding dart I jewelry
has brought them together for all II Pocketbooks .mounted in a solid gold ring, known.

; time, and now-life is all before
this week for $1.00.
The order of services at the various .
J them. churches in and near Pensacola to-day and Purses Necklaces
Brooches
The young people arrived on the will be as follows ,
I morningtrain from West Palm Beach I It Ir

j accompanied by Mrs. H. Porter Sav I II :Michael's Church-During Catholic.St. the winter In the finest leathers and 1 We do all kinds of repair Barettes Combs

j age. At 11 o'clock they went to the, months services will be as follows latest shapes. Also the work. Whether j jewelry
,
r 7 Children's Mass, 9 a.
I j Presbyterian church and were mari First Mass a. m.: Hat Pins
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m.; High Mass 10:30 a. m.; Vesper. swell silver with solid clocks watches ,
ones or we -
i vied by Rev. W. W. Faris attended by ri Rosary and Benediction, 4 p. m.. Baptisms guarantee
:Mrs. H. Porter Savage and Dr. Oscar at Z p. m cases. satisfaction and prices in the latest Parisian effects
.1 T. Conklin. St. Joseph's Church-Low Mass and Instruction .
7 a. m.; Sunday School at 9 a. right. .
'
.;\. m..Hlgh Mass and Instruction, 10 a. m.; I
CHORAL SOCIETY Vespers, Rosary and Benediction of the I
HAS BEEN ORGANIZED.One Blessed Sacrament at 4 p. m. Mass during -
of the latest organizations In i I Ir the week is at 7:30 a. m.. except :
Monday and Friday when It will be offered -
Pensacola is the Choral Society which at 8 a. m. During Advent. Lent and
has for Its object the cultivation of the months of May and October. Holy
women's voices. This i Mass is offered at 8 a. m. on week days.
society was Confessions in the evenings before Sundays -
organized a few days ago with twenty Holy Days of Obligation and First CHINA; CUT GLASS
-four members and they purpose Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Bap-
giving several concerts during the tisms ment. Sundays at 2 p. m. or by appoint-

; winter, the proceeds of such concertsto
be given to charity. The society Unlversallst. I
First Universalist Church, East Chase
meets,every Saturday afternoon at street. Sunday School at 10 a. m T. P
8::SO o'clock and they are arranging I 1 C. U. at C:30 p. m. AU are cordiallyinvited
I now for the first concert of the sea to attend.

son which. will be given In the near 'Episcopal.
future. The next regular meeting of 1 Christ Church-Rev. P, IL Whaley D.
the society will be held at Miss Madge D., Rector. SundaySchool'at 9:45: a.. m.;, m. Third Sunday.Varnngton 7.30 p. m.
:Maclay's Kindergarten 0'r Morning service 'l.'ll.- Fourth,Sunday. Escambla 11 a. m. and
room, 35 East
bV1 Katharine's Church, Cervantes and 1p.m Monogrammed Stationery makes a dainty
Wright street streets-Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe. S. _
The following is a list or the officers T. B., rector. ,Sunday services at 7:30 Baptist. Christmas Present for -
and 11 a. m.: Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.Uf .'
and members of the socity: First Baptist Church-Rev. Thos. M.
and
d-day services on Wednesday
Mrs. Frank Dunn,.airs:-Irving Post; FUR COAT FOR WEAR WITH CLOTH OR VELVET GOWN. Friday at 4 p. m. a.Callaway nu pastor.D Beggs.Sunday superintendent.School at 930 A GENTLEMAN TO A LADY. ,
Miss Pauline Rehfield. Miss Emelia St. John's Church Warnngton-R v. gbl1
Preaching at 11 and
pastor a. m
Montanan Miss Marie McGill :Mrs. Fancy coats of fur will be fashionable during the coming winter and the A. T. Sharpe priest In charge.' Services 7:30 p. m. Morning subject The Uplifted -
at 4 I
Sunday p.r m.
B IL Collins Mrs. D. B Rutherford, model shows a design that would make an excellent model to copy ia remaking every :. Eye," night subject "Adam the
)Irs. T. F. McGonrin Miss Annie Me- a coat or jacket of sealskin Persian lamb or any short belt fur. The Lutheran Church. Primitive.attend these" All services.are cordially invited to Send us your orders now so that they can be

Millan, Mrs. Thigpe.n..Miss Kate Rad- coat sketched had a vest and turnover collar of white cloth emoroidered in W.German Reinhardt Lutheran,pastor.Church-Rev.Sunday School J. F.at;' East Hill Baptist Church 11th Avenue executed in ample time. Samples and prices
cliffe Miss Madge Maclay, Mrs. J. C. black and gold, and large gold buttons were also used on the fronts and 9 a. mr English service 10:30 a. .tru. No and Chase street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit.
Pebley. Miss Maud Hendrix Miss An- open sleeves of the jacket The coat was cut in a short square Eton, the service at nlcht.Norwegian ., pastor.Preaching Sunday every second School and at fourth 11 a.'Sun-m. furnished upon'application.. J. P. STEVENS

na Johnson Mrs A. M. Stfflman :Miss sleeves being flaring caps, trimmed with the embroidered broadcloth over pastor.Seamen's Services.Church 10:30-Rev.am.JnoHelle. .;.; day at 11 a.rym.T and roe p m. Pravermeeting ENGRAVING, CO. manufacturers of Society
Nellie Burrow :Mrs. Gibbs, Mrs. For. elbow sleeves of very heavy. cream lace threaded with inch-wide. vein Holy Communion 7:30 p' m. All Scan o'clock. night at 730 ,

cheimer, Miss Missouri Cawthon; :Miss about the lower part. Sand dinavians cordially: 'invlt d. West Hill Baptist Church West Jack- Stationery, Whitehall, Street, Atlanta Georgia.

Fannie Berlin Miss Bertie White, preabYkrlan.Flnt sin street-Rev. J. \\. Senterflt. pastor.
I Mrs F. E. Brawner, Miss Lucile Ly.I Presbyterian Church-Rev. Julian Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching
found him in the parlor ready to beautiful presents'one of then being a S. at 11 every first and third Sunday at 11 a. m.
blbley Preaching a.
pastor. m.
'manOfficers and 7.00 _M ***** 'II "fi.H.iR H $J
p. m. Prayer meeting
-Miss :Missouri Cawthon, receive them. handsome monogram stick pin a and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. Sunday at 7 every
m.
enjoyed by present from his God-child Paul m. Christian Endeavor at C 30 p. m. p.
resident and director; Miss Annie Music and singing was Sunday School at the Stoddart Avenue | DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, I
AlcMillan secretary and treasurer; all present when at ten o'clock the Joseph Williams. Mission at 3::30 p. pi. C. F. Zeek super First Christian Church. 2
>>[riss Minnie Anderson, accompanist guests were invited Into the dining At twelve o'clock the happy party, intendent. All are cordially invited. First Christian Church 43 East Gregory 1 CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ5E
.
room where delicious chicken and after wishing Mr. Welsh many more street-Sunday School at 10 a. m H. J. i
Church of Christ.Church SILVERWARE
'SURPRISE TOt oyster gumbo was served. happy birthdays departed for their Mackey. superintendent. Rally Day. STERLING ,
of Christ corner Jackson and
MR. JOHN G. WELSH.A Those present on this pleasant oc-I homes all having spent a' most enjoyable Alcaniz streets-Bible School at 9:45 a.. m. Prayer Preaching meeting at 11 Thursday a. m. and at 7:30 7.30 p.p. mAll m.. | ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS. :
delightful surprise party. was casion were Mr. and Mrs. Welsh, Mr. evening. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by are cordially Invited.
riven Mr. John G.Welsh Friday night and Mrs. Pat Williams. Mr. and Mrs. .-' W. T. Tracy. Prayer meeting Wednesdayat f CUT GLASSWARE. :
7 30 All Invited.
: p. m. are cordially
The from
following the Montgomery i
4t. his beautiful home on West Roftiana Hans Hual Mr. and Mrs. John Slontgfomery Entertainment.The .
street the occasion being his Mr. Paul Tornoe, Mr. ;J. M Advertiser will interest the numerous II Second Church of Christ. ladies of the First Baptist = -
Wctet Florida friends of the Second Church of Christ. Scientist- church will entertainment at
Jorty-ninth anniversary. The Dooley, Mr. James GrahaJU: Mr. Ralph persons give an
parlor
mentioned, the groom having formerly : Services every Sunday morning at 11 the residence of Mrs. J. W. Lurton and Fine i\
...nd dining room was beautifully decorated Davis, Mr. Fordom Vanalst Mr. Ed- o'clock'iE'dnesday afternoons at 5 Engraving Stationery.
with ferns and cut flowers. gar Day, Mrs. N Cope Mrs. H. Pierce, ics'aed In Florida &nl the bride clock. Reading room open daily from 10 818 North Baylen street, on Friday
Mr. Welsh Lee Mrs. Ada Wa having visited in Pensacola a year i a. m. to 3 p. m. where Christian Science evening, November 23rd, at 8 o'clock. \
was unaware of what Miss Rosa Pierce
: ";tic Aymard and Mrs. 'literature may be had Room 6, Masonic The
ago Edward entertainment will consist of
was going to take Welsh Miss Cornelia vocal
until Miss Daisy
place a few ner Temple. 1 I
foments before the party arnveu Welsh. Masters Johnnie, Charles ana Leila Beale Walker were married at and instrumental solos duets, Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
: when Mrs. Welsh reminded him that Everitt. Welsh Charles Cope Miss 8:30 o'clocK Wednesday erea!vg 'a: First Church of Christ. quartettes and recitations. Among
First Church of Christ. Scientist-Ser-
ho residence'of :Mrs. L. C. Beale! those who will participate are Miss .
he was forty-nine years old. Nell Hual Master Paul Williams vices at Pensacola Library at 11 a. m. today '
mother of the bride. 59 JeEerson Davis Allie Wilds, Miss Ellie Wentworth. :
At a'number
clock of
eight the.party arrived :Mr. Welsh received
I avence. The wedding was attended Miss Alice Kessler, Miss Mildred HIT. O. Zadek Jewelry Co.
\
I by only' the Immediate relatives Y. M. C. A. Kessler Miss Fan Warren Miss Ruth

f +..;....;.+........ ........?....... +...+.+ + 'end friends of the family; The from T. M.3 to C.$ Association p. m.; Song Service building at 3:30 open p. Berret, Miss Nell Burrow, Mrs. J. P. ; '. ,MOBILE, ,ALA. ;
solemnized Miss Lucile Lurton Miss
the Sandusky
by ,
ceremony was Rev. m., led by J. "vy. Lurton. for the purpose j: i i F ihPiF 7r7 LdiYlh"rl'rL H.ii 4Fg flH
: Neal L. Anderson past of the CcatralPresbyterian I of learning the songs of the Association Irene Pinney, Miss Lottie Rice Miss 0 5
hymnal Bible i class at 4 p. m. Subjectof .. -
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li church. Mr. and Mrs study. The Life and Letters of Vera Fulghum 'Miss Mabel Gonzalez .
: Aymard: will live at the residence or i PauL. and Mr. S. J. Harvey.

I. : Mrs. Eraford on Dexter areum" Mr. I Methodist. 'There will be no refreshments, and ] F' DAVISJEWELER
Aymard Is a brother of City Clerk I Palafox Street Methodist Church the price of admission will be only .
: Regular services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Leon G. Aymard of this city. : twenty-five cents. The proceeds will
'I : Sunday School at 9::10 a. nu. J. N. Andrews Now in-
\ superintendent. Epworth League go to the improvement fund of .the New Brent Building 23 6. Palafox SL
: Miss Minnie E. Kehoe official court I at 6:30 p. m.Gadaden church.
reporter for the first Judicial circuit I Street :Methodist! ChurchRev.F. .
i Just Received arrived In the city last night from A. Rogers' pastor Services to-day at MILLIONAIRE DOCTOR
0 I i 11 a. m. and 7 30 p. m. conducted by the
Marianna where she has been all the I pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. 10, J. GIVES CHECK FOR $20,000
weci in attendance on- the sessions B Tiller superintendent. Epworth League 1
i
One barrel of the circuit court for Jackson coun- at Powelton 6:30 p. m.Circuit-Re\'. J. W. Breed- Paris, Nov. 17.-Baron Henri de
You Must Trust
of the famous ty. She will return to Marianna to- love, pastor. Geo. H Hicks assistant.First Rothschild, the millionaire doctor of Your DruggistThere
morrcw I Sunday. Powelton 11 a. m. and '1'p. medicine, presented a check for $20-
m. First Sunday, Pine Forrest. 3:30 p.
000 towards the establishment of a
Ii I SS I r Hatter: Jack Kehoe returned to the m.and Second'7pm.Sunday.Third Sunday.Muscoge: Brent Ham.11 a. cancer' Institute in France. v are many things. about a drag store. that require many years
HorehoundCough city last night after a pleasant visit The Baron attended at the Academyof to learn. .

of a vetk with relatives" in,Marlan- Medicine where Dr Porter at the It is a druggist's business to know., and to know surely and poal \

n.L close of a masterly lecture, expressed ; lively all about the drugs he sella.
"i-'<<-'{& regret that France bad no cancer In- I Oar business is drugs and we claim to hare thoroughly mastered
:Mr. Harry E. Graham is .
away on a stitute. Baron Henri sent up a note the details of this business. I
I business trip in south Florida. POTATO CHIPSFresh
II' Mrs. '
Drops Graham accompanied him and will to the lecturer expressing his pleasure "We are exerting every effort to the management of Cds drug storeas
I at the lecture and enclosing a would like to about drug
: visit friends In Tampa and Jacksonville you see one -knew all
before returning lathe city Fine "little check towards the" preliminary. Almost everyone would like to patronize/*,drug store where they:
I and crisp. expenses of the institute. know these of
conditions they'knowsuch
t .-':!-.. prevaiL Many people are sure
.
The Friday Afternoon Euchre a drug store.
Club
sweet-flavored chips too
THE "OLD BELIEVERS"NOW
A inexpensive ,
pleasant and
met last week with Mrs. Dave De- To ,discover and get your confidence. when. it comes to a matte

cough remedy. : loney at her residence' on' East Bel- for they're cooked in -FREE TO WORSHIP of drugs is our highest ambition. :, .
for mont street Mrs. Will Ferguson won St. Petersburg Nov. 17 The Tsar,] We Vant you to trust ui! -:: J
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: bag I the ace prize, Mrs George Hoffman, pure lard and just has signed a 'ukase removing, ail restrictions -, This point.gained we know'..we ,can,depend :on' your drug points

the consolation and lone hand prize on the Old Believers who being supplied at our store. .
i 5 cents and Mrs. Willie Walker the booby. enough salt to make will henceforth enjoy an equal: measure Our rapidly increasing g nera1'1)l uslnees"! 'and especially the fact
i The next meeting of the club \nl! be of freedom with the Orthodox be- that Prescription Department is -showingremarkable gains, is
held at the residence of Mrs. V. them lievers. This completes the concessions clear proof that an earnest hottest; Intelligent'effort seldoms fall*
tasty. .
I HooiON's PHARMACY i Faurla. granted at Easter last year. The to bring its reward. ?< ._ : ') : .
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Prunes fine large and Old about 15,000-
: ,Believers number
All Confederate Veterans who are 000. We have idled over 200,000 prescriptions since .beginning business.

OF entitled to receive Crosses bf Honor .
THE. BIRTHPLACE ,PROMPT plump 10 cents a pound.
DELIVERY. : are requested to notify Mrs. A. E. Uniforms Arrive..
i McDavid.. president .Pensacola Chapter

The uniforms of the street con. I
car
PHONE 1100. 298, U. D. C. '
i' ; ductors ,have arrived. They were ordered W.A. D'Alemberte

Rer. J. S. Sibley.. who has Just returned by ,H. O. Anson* who had the!

from Tampa where he had CO. contract. The uniforms are fine and < > > .M" .
&
t been attending the Synod of Florida,I I Sol! Cahn both the men and the company are

will usual hour pleased ,with them... "Druggist
1 preach to-day at the :and. Apothecary
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.314-lh Sonthvcst Oraer'I'afll and Intentfcaci Thanksgiving.:Poultry. 't '"' t-
'0 I Miss Adele Chaffee, sponsor and 121SOVI'H.PALAPOX STREET PHONE 1091
Miss Vera; McDavid. maid of honor, 1'78 Turkeys, Ducks... tThickens. etc., Ed. ,
'i.. i of the local camp Confederate Veterans 0' Phones M. Pcoley, Comer Chase and DeVU- o
lier streets. Phone 112L_ I5novlw
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COMMENCING ,MONDAY AT 8:3O A. M

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Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings, Cloaks, Skirts, .Shoes, Clothing, Blankets, Comforts, Rugs, Mattings-in fact, every department I I

will be represented in this sale. Unprecedented price reductions have been made on every article- ih the house. Its! as tone r sI,n gw at. bargain you ,will r

find during this salel Read every item closely. You will find just what. you want! Every article in this sale is of this seasons f' purchase. To miss

this opportunity would be wasteful! t

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DRESS GOODS. DOMESTICS. CLOTHING. s 1
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42-inch Black Cheviot 38 Boys' Suits, sizes 6 to 16 years, regular $1.75 ana

38-inch Poplins, in Black and Colors. regular 35c. tic, 8 13 value at .. 6I Ze $2 values; -at. . . . . . . _.....$L47

values .: . . . . : . . . 25c 500 yards 10-4 Bleached Sheeting, 2i/2c values, at. .2212c 24.Boys' Suits, in blue and black Cheviots, sizes 7 to a

200 yards 36-inch Black Taffeta Silk, wear guaranteed 1,000 yards extra heavy Unbleached sheeting, yard-.: : ': ".'.' 16j years, regular $3 values, at. .. . ..,,. .$d.39
Oil Finish, regular $1.50 values ,at. . .$1:19: wide 8 l-3c values, at. .':. .'.' ;';\ 7c One lot Youths' Long! ; Pants Suits, sizes 16 to 20

25 pieces Fancy Silks, in Checks, Stripes and Plaids, 2,000 yards Light Outing Flannels, regular lOc val-' years, $6.50 and $7 values, at .! .. . . .$'1.98

suitable for waists or suits, regular 65 and 75c ues, at . .':. . .,. . . . . . 7/c' One lot Men's Suits in Fancy; Worsteds and Ched-

values-your choice of this selection per yard at. 49c 1,500 yards Dark Outing'Flannels, at' .S4I. c ,ots,;well worth $10, at. . . . ... ... ...... ...$7.98

2,000 yards Calicos, all colors, at 5c .

CLOAKS. 1,000 yards Flannelettes, 12/c values, at . . lOc ". T SHOES.

1 lot Children's long coats in :Plaids, sizes 6 to 14 600 yards Unbleached Cotton Flannel, at . . 5c 100 pair 'of 'Chndr n's Shoes,Lace or Button, guar

years, regular $4.50 and $5.00 values, at ..'... . .$3.98 200'yards 10# unbleached Sheeting at . . .17c anteed's
1,000 yards double-fold, 15c Flannelettes, at . .12 Zc 8, per pair ;. . ..,... ...,. ?. ,"',-..-. -....--:*..,I 49c i
I lot Ladles Cravanetts, $7.50 values,,at ,. . . .$5.89 ,
.,70pair Misses'Shoes, Lace only, sizes 114 to 2- '
1 lot-Ladies' 3-4 Length Coats in. Black and Tan RUGS 'guaranteed solid leather-regular$1.50-falnes( per t

regular $12.50 values, your choice at . ;:. ... .$9.98 pair i iI at :L ... . .. .,. .. . .-. ......__.* $1.09 '
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lot Ladies' Coats, 3-4 lengths, in Tan and Black, 25 Velvet Rugs, very pretty designs, worth $2.25 84 pair,Ladies" Pate.nt Tip Shoes, Lace only, and .l'

regular. $20.00 values at. ......-. -.._ _,.. .'. . 16.98 and'$ .50 each-your choice of the lot at. .. ,$1. 0 guaranteed all .solid stock, regular $1.75 values at $1.38 .

25 Axminster Rugs, beautiful patterns, every one 'a I

SKIRTS. peach,, worth $ .50 and .$3 each,, choice this lot. .$1.98 GENTS' FURNISHINGS.

15 Misses Skirts,Jn Black Panama neatly; Tailored, 100 dozen Men's Fleece Lined Underwear, all sizes i

our regular $4.00 values, at ..'... .. ..I. .. . .$3.29 -SUit ? ...... .... -.-. ...*411.:*t. -... ;.i 75C .
12'Ladies'"Skirts, in Gray Plaids, regular $3.50 val- MATTINGS. 50 dozen Boys' Fleece Lined Shirts and Drawers, ,

at . .. . . . .,. . . .$2.89 1
.ues ? ? u. : 35c value each .
2i Ladles Skirts, in Blue and Black Panama, regu-: 25 rolls Jap Mattings, assorted patterns, regular 25c regular ..,. _.....'.._....--:- .,,._1 25c

..Jar, $5.00 values 1 -Your choice: atv, ,..... . i.$3.9836Xa.dies values I sold b y the roll-only I per yar d. ?.,.. . n 20c 100 pair Men's, Pants. assorted patterns, worth 1.75
: : and $2.00 choice of the lot.$1.43
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nunsveiling, regular $6.00 and0Q values, spe r/ and 30c; by'the roll!! only of 40 yards. ,...22 c
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or- l .. IM3IIE JONES has got a I "If I were able, it would take too I played into the furnace. At the bottom to forgotten. Tt. safe ooa&ct
:,: ** boil!" proudly announced long," replied,Uncle, "but here are a Is a tap-hole, from which the a visitor throngs an Ira mill fe cw;
,%J Ed, as he burst into the few interesting' facts; melted Iron is drawn and allowed to ration requires the aerrtcea ot i
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to run into of parallel moulds,
p room wherein happened Uncle Joe's Story Aleut Iron. rows that."A
'.,. I i be. seated Uncle Joe, The Story Teller. "Water coming In contact with called pigs which are formed in friend of your Uncle JoaV+aot
":! "I know. I saw IU"! chimed In Bob, sand. The iron so formed IB called took htm through such a plrit taj
iron in the of the
ground partakes had the
brother's I 'pig-Iron.' That left' in the runway friend cot exercised ttrtaWm
,' who followed close upon his
= iron. Vegetation drinking iron vigilance, }
up Uncle ribt
your
might
-i: _'A WI\1 r... heels. "And I know what its from, water through its roots in the ground which feeds the 'pigs is called the be talking to yon, for the long wife.not
1 .ri too 'sow.' The crude iron so obtained is hot bars
too. The teacher said it was.from absorbs the iron with the water. Almost of Iron ES they tame firougi
.,.. much iron in his blood." called cast iron. the rolls In mafaf instances twise4
'every eat and drink
;; thing we kinds of cast and writhed
,. ",Awl about?" "There are about sir like angry snakes rot
-- l ; what are you talking has some iron in it. Passing into'the Iron, No. 1 having a large and clear quiring U reatb at activity md 11-
r returned Ed. "How can anybody hare body the Iron is caught up and used grain and a dark-gray color. It is bar on the part of the workmen t|
I iron in their blood? Iron is hard. Itlsn' by the blood. Too much or too little the highest priced, and is mostly catch bold oTima fllre > i"// like blood. ,Of course,.a fellow iron in the blood causes illness. used in fine castings. No. C Is us- .
/// could stick a nail in 'his foot and ually called white iron, and is not in "There are many famous piecea 4
..' ,' "Iron is seldom found In Its pureor much demand. It Is principally used Iron and irtfa work in the world
make the bleed come, but that would native state,. except in meteoric for sash weights and .other' objects Probably the meet: vaJtfaM for ttS
n't be iron in the blood. That would stones an$ in certain ores, chiefly wherein weight and durability. count associations and' : la, relation to fa '
only.be iron In the foot. rUleave it most. size 1s wttaeitf Kftipn tfcfa $laS>-o*
platinum.: .Still, so widely: Is It distributed "Malleable iron is ,iron that may fillet Insidft hiU is known as the
to Uncle Jqe.s throughout the earth In its be twisted and bent without break- Iron. 0'b 1nI.:aft Italy, or iS Crbwo-of
''"Everybody has some Iron In the different forms and with Its many ing. It is made by a pros oi'refining th e Aacteat' Lo&gobirdEia JOn .
4'2ffi blood,*" answered TTncle Joe, "al companion ores it may be claimed to and puddling 'or' by bellinc: !Tha oat.- tjMt of the crown f.1 .
mis- Horse shoes, pins, nails,,wire stovepipe ;6rta tafej, wita enaieHed B'o.ertI
though there are a great many be not only the most Important, but
dishpans and almost: all objects I and JJleCIooIIICDnes. Tie J1t e Btrq
taken notions In regard to the also most universal of metals knownto coining under the general term 'h... < lot Iron insl&e bjrttadJUloa ft,said
amount. The old saying that 'every man. It certainly: Is the most use ware' are made of It.. Staves fountains !MITt Wen Lamr red oqt of ono|
man has enough iron in him to makea ful. and most ornamental object i tai mils of the traa cross Nererth
from a are of cast iron. In short malleably less tile aatheutlcKy of Ka extreme
probably arose Is familiar with the
plowshare : "Everybody
iron may be said to be the kind that i ag. it well vouch for and generally
misconstruction of the fact that iron uses of, iron In.,its hard form but '
gives, and cast iron the kind that accepted. Henry of Luxemburg, -1%
4 SEf: :::: : is constantly entering and leaving the only a few beside those who work in 'breaks.: 1311 i* the Bret Oermao emperof
-w body, and in the course of a long life it have an adequate idea of how It "Steel is malleable ,Iron that hu who II knows to-bare wornlt. AfteR
time enough Iron to make plow Is manufactured. had the carbon taken out-of It and t passing thfovglr manj: ; bands a&4
Eq1 then restored to a lesser degree. bIts hating zrtOrncd-ioany'.rojaMieada it k
share might have been used In the "To get the Iron out of the ores In first stage it is sometimes called ,was used by llapbJecm.l! whets
system. But at no time Is there any which It is found it is smelted, or blistered steel for It is full of caW- crowning- 'himseUU Vng| of! :Italy is
considerable. amount. The amount of reduced, by heat. Sometimes the ore .ties. Blistered steel Is ,made into ,1805. After ffahcedafr wai&derlngi r
of the man the other..forxna...one,of' which Is called It was reatoredT tBeaty in. nt.$ to
iron In the bleed average Is,roasted before actual smelting 'r
Italians. Wtt li oftnijwtlhfp.
shearsteeL By a succession ct heat- the left
is about 38 grains which if made process begins. Blast furnaces are Ings and poundings the metal man QDaU plecs'o tr6 s the Crows
( into a nail would make a mighty employed in separating iron from ore. is made more compact.- *steel is iseomddezl 3 11b. ipittel1s8. '
Email one. When too much'Iron gets A blast, furnace looks like a big, fat made,by melting the bUster.steel in "The' pt end (oc7pura iron 1. r t
clay crnicibles and.running it off Into meteoric atonas, or' aerolites, "booed)
Into the. blood boils frequently: ap- smokestack. But it Is built differently
what are known as Ingots. sad one to belie /that to tbattceyttamn
pear. Jimmie Jones probably has too inside,, as the interior widens for "Almost all of the modern implements eitent'olherTleaTianly'$odif3-ard'
mucli'ironin. his blood. about tw-thlrds, of the way down- of warfare 'are made of steal* similar toaeartb'allcr tot iron Is 0
."Well what is Iron, then!" asked ward and then pinches together ,though In some few rare instances universal SnetaLT
such la not the "Say, CncleiJoe.- interjected Et
case.
Ed with a shade of perplexity in his again. The ore mixed with broken "To pay avisit'to'an; Iron'or steel as The Story{Teller, pan8 d.dad.$
l voice. '"And how does It get Into the coal and limestone: ia dumped In near mill whlla'the plant Is running and you suppose Job must hU8shtCr'.
r tell all about Iron. the top-ua.ncfa blaSt ot air heated 'to the workmen ere at work affords a.Jn0l0t whole loC too much iron Inteat" hiss
blood? Please .., ........
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BLOOD
POISON
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t The first outward sign of Contagious Blood Poison is a small sore or IN THE WORl 4Al

blister. As the poisonous virus becomes more firmly entrenched in the blooda t

red eruption appears on the body the mouth and throat ulcerate, the hair :The Beau Brurnmel -Commands tickets, as they were. his. lucky numbers +

begins to come out, glands in the neck and groin swell, copper colored spots The- girl laughed .and consented. _

.appear on the breast, back, etc., and the unfortunate victim finds himself As Much Respect'As When the butcher went to claim his I
diseased from head to foot. Mercury: and potash do not cure Contagious prize he nearly had a fit on being Establishments Where the I

Blood Poison; they shut the disease up in the system and remove the out- Ever. told that the.tickets were bogusthatIS (Great Anniversary SaleFour
ward symptoms for awhile, but when the.treatment is.left.,off the trouble ., ; the numbers had been altered. Most Unusual Things

returns. Then the system being weakened from the action of these strong The fair Breton,. It Is said, collected years ago the doors of the Kress store were thrown
minerals the disease makes more rapid headway than before.. S. S.' S.is the MEN WHO LIVE ON THEIR! WARDROBES fully 300 pounds from different tradesmen .- ".; Are Taught. the people .of tbii-ctty. open to

'antidote for Contagious Blood Poison. It cures permanently.and certainly by' this clever' swindle-London We have been determined In our efforts give the public the greatest
down into the blood and removing vestige of the vims. It AND'WHO M KE.-MON Tit-Bits. i
by going every There pare some very strange educational possible value fpt'.the price and we know from your splendid and
is free from all minerals, and while purifying tie blood it builds up the entire I BECAUSE THEY KNOW HOW TO THERE'S NO USE establishments open at the .'generous patronage; that, you have: learned what Kress values mean.
system by its fine tonic effects. S. S. S. destroys every particle of the poison I present day says London Tid-Bits. To fitly commemorate our anniversary, and to show our appreciation
and removes all danger of transmitting it to others. S. S. S. cures, Con- DRESS WELL. talking you can't beat Herbine for Miss Alice Boutelle and !lr. Wana- of your good will and confidence, we have decided to hold a Grand Six-
tagious Blood Poison because it is a perfect blood purifier.-*. Book with the liver. The greatest regulator maker opened a school for cashboysin Day Sale; beginning'Monday and ending Saturday,

Instructions for self treatment and any medical advice free. .. .. ever offered to suffering humanity.If America some little time ago. Ac You know that Kress ordinary selling prices-when compared with
you.suffer from' liver complaint Issued other merchants-are Special but the values to be offered in
by this
__ 7HE SWIFT SPEC/He CO,ATLANTA, CM* If manners make the man, assuredly if you are billious and fretful, it's your them cording to a who prospectus must not be under sale will-be Extraordinarily Special l great
pupils
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a good suit of clothes goes more liver, and Herbine will put it" in its
with the usual
fourteen of age, are tangh? Do not confuse this "clearance" sale of last years
than half to make ,the swindler. years
way proper condition.positive cure,for
arithmetic in everyday use, bookkeeping goods. Everything to be sold-useful, beautiful and ornamental-is
N.NN600N..O..9........ .. .. .........:I The modern Beau Brummell com Constipation Biliousness Dyspepsid penmanship, and the quick new, fresh and seasonable.
mands every bit as much respect at: and all ills due to.a .torpid liver. Trya .
of Below'are a few xample-of this sale's wonderful values:.
handling and counting money
incidentally, credit as he did in the bottle and .
day of the and.the- swindler else. you.will never use anything Many of the boys who have attendedthe . . . .
I regency Sold by all druggists.
r'A HANDSOME who. is dressed by a ,firstclasstailor. school are now earning good
generally has a much), longer tether r CRYING NEEDFU'LFILLEifAT wages as cashiers in some of the : : MONDAY, 9 A. M.
New York and
stores In
than the ruffianly Bill -Sykes.. ', largest -
A case in point is that bf a person LASTFor Chicago. -
I SIDEBOARD It is proposed to open in London a
who was arrested last April at Poi Another Famous Jardiniere Sale
tiers. His name was C1)5&s,-but.De years, in reality ever since Pen 'school for nursemaids, where girls _
,+ called himself Count de Casmadrad sacola has been a city, one of her over" sixteen years of age may be
f China Closet, or Extension Dining Table and posed as an attache'the French most. crying needs has. been a rea:Z given lessons in the management of 25c eachwith

embassy at Madrid. He may be said modern up-to-date restaurant, a restaurant infants, preparing of children's food, a $1.00 purchase.

'i should be put in your dining room for to have lived on his wardrobe: 'Not' which a gentleman could plain sewing, laundry work, and A complete and beautiful collection. Wonderful variety of shape
*
patronize with the absolute certainty I taught the kindergarten system of J
only were his diplomatic uniforms,
to'every taste. Rosewood" Jardiniere
and shades that appeal ,
fancy
,+ Thanksgiving. Sideboards $15,to,$65. China perfect and correct in every detail,. that everything would be first class; education. shape; Jardinieres assorted, from 9 to 13 inches-Monday is the day and
Such institution exists in
restaurant
but he seldom wore the same clothes: a which could be patronized an already
: ,Closets $18 to. $75. Dining -Tables up to two days in succession. When he was I by ladies unattended by a chaperon Berlin. It was founded two years agoby Kress' the place.
I at last arrested there were 'found] ; a restaurant guaranteeing to its a clergyman, and is in connectionwith

i $25. . . among his effects no fewer than 300 I patrons everything on its menu serv: a foundling hospital The growing COMPORT SALE. HAIR ORNAMENT SALE.
suits of clothes 120 extra pairs .of ed 'precisely as each item should be girls of this establishment are -
trousers, 380 waistcoats, ninety-seven served; a restaurant in all particulars taught to become competent house China footedFr it Dish or ComA( wonderful line of new Side

hats, and other garments too numerous modern and uptodate.On maids, and positions are found forthem port cherry decorations, a Kress Combs, Back Combs and Hair

1.BUYNOVtPAY.L TER, i to mention. Tuesday morning, the twentiethinstant in the houses of the best families store possIbility.. Pins, some set with brilliants,
the Cafe' Nonpariel will open in Germany. "
Gulling the Public.
25c 1Oc each
T But it is very possible for a swind over the West Florida Steam Bakery, Russia possesses a school for policemen
ler to gull the public at a much less; South Palafox: : street and in every 'where' young men are ,worth 75c. worth up to 35c.

outlay than the bogus nobleman Just particular will be a first class restaurant trained for the force. The school is -' '
'I MA&STON & QUIMA i mentioned. A butcher's blue apron has situated in St. Petersburg and in a TOnWEL SALE. EXETER CAKE PLATE SALE.

been known to procure its owner' an An impression has, unfortunately, museum connected thereto the pupilsmake Fine China Cake Plates, decor
gone abroad that the Nonpariel is to themselves familiar with jim Giant lot 4,500 dozen Isn't that
Illegal but excellent living for many ated in gold and colors,
| 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla i months. This particular swindler; be a restaurant for AN EXCLUSIVE mies, drills, chisels, and other tools
that a giant purchase! No won- -
PATRONAGE. used 1 Oc
who was recently retired into enforced Such an impression Is by professional thieves. A particular
;+.....$...6......0.4HNO.NNN NNNINN/ICNNN seclusion for the space of six months untrue as a fact and unfair to its branch of the school is the der you can buy Towels at Kress' worth 25e.

had his regular method of going to promoters.The Russian passport system, which every: for'one-half or one-third'what they
work. Donning his blue badge of Nonpariel will ba-a nrst class budding policeman has to study in' LOUISE INIGHT LAMPS.
-. restaurant in every sense, and Is beIng detailA cost elsewhere. Another example of Kress''
1 butcherhood he would loaf along.a . !
suburban street until be saw a genuine Inaugurated with the sole Idea remarkable educational estabopened power to make -a little money go

j1trL butcherboy carrying a joint. He that' such a restaurant Is demandedand recently in .Paris. Here 10c each along way.
will be patronized by every class make-believe trials are held by the
w- waited until the meat was delivered 25c
?ti and the boy had gone then boldly In Pensacola who would have SOME I pupil attorneys. The whole procedure .worth 20i worth 50c.
knocked and stated that the: butcher THING GOOD TO EAT. from the issuing of a warrant for
had sent the wrong joint- He was Theatre suppers will be a specialty :arrest to the summing up and the

{. very sorry. ?Alight he' take it' away with the Cafe Nonpariel. judge's verdict, is carried through In Tuesday 9 A. M.
and bring the right one? Nine times a.business: like manner. . ,
t out of ten he got the joint and either SEWED HUSBAND'S At Monte Carlo there Is a school of
sold it or devoured It. croupiers. It'Is held during the six -
BODY UP IN summer months In the clubroom
BAG of
1 'il' For sheer cheek it would be difficultto the Tir aux Pigeons and the Sail Kress' Slop Jar Sale -
beat the ruse of a man who usedto d'Escrime
In the Casino building.
get himself up as an omnibus conductor WIDOW HAS BEEN ARRESTED ON Here are tables similar to those in 25c each
and for a long time reaped a ONE OF MOST the Casino
PECULIAR CRIMINAL gamlngroom, and each with $1.00 purchase.
harvest of pence till in the followingway CHARGES EVER MADE. pupil In turn takes the role of croupier These white Crockery combinettes will be sold
: Watching the real conductor : at this price Tuesday
while others personate players
only. Cornel
was on top of the omnibus collect -- .
and stake
monev over the table/' Af:
ing fares, the swindler would slip In- Berlin Nov. 17.Frau Repol, the a given instant the croupier---must worth $1.00.Kress' .

to the body of the vehicle and demandthe widow of a Cologne locksmith whose calculate out the winning stakes. -
fares of those who had not yet dead body was founu
sewn in a bag, There are usually between
forty and '
paid. It is a proof of how little the has been arrested by the Berlin police fifty pupils in the school, and a six Pillowcase SaleThese
e ; & average passenger notices things who believe that they are on the eye months' course Is generally sufficient
) around him that this man pursued his of unraveling ,a sensational crime. to turn them into finished coupiers. are made'of the famous Triumph Muslin and are IS inches
illegal game, and then was at last The woman caused suspicion to be A very old educational establish wide and 36 inches long. _
"spotted"' and captured by the driverof directed against her by telegraphing ment Is the school for
grave-diggers
a hansom cab. to a Cologne forwarding agent to in Belgium. It was founded by the 10c each
A Smart Parisian send the bag to Berlin.instead of to
Scamp. directors of the Great Evere Come worth 200.
The second-hand Frankfort where she first instructed tery, and an candidates
dress suit of .a for posts an
it should be
ihe waiter enabled a smart Parisian dispatched.: sextons In Belgium must undergo
1 QYS"f to make Meantime, the bundle fell Into the training In the school
scamp some lucky hauls. $y hands of the police. A and' pass an EmpirePaper Box Sale
post-mortem
examination.
the aid of forged testimonials he would ,
get taken on as an extra hand ,at examination although it revealed that There are several schools of house
busy seasons in some large restau- death was caused by poison, did not wifery in this country, the priTdpSI It Is enough to say that it Is the finest quality that we have ever

rant. There he would do his duty as lead locksmith the authorities U think that the of which is connected with the N a- had and a 35c seller.

well as any professional waiter until the sewing had of the been murdered. But tional Training School of Cookery In Tuesday, 9 a. m..r y.1 Ie" ... ... 110.' ,... bd. .... rr .... 10c per box.
diner corpse in a bag, London. Every
some happened to trust him branch of household
wrapped for shipment like
with a bank note in payment of his an ordinary. management Is taught at this school;
bilL The waiter would package points to unusual circum the keeping of accounts TUESDAY
go oft 'for stances. I the princIples 3 P. M.
change but he never came back and The of domestic sanitation, and a .
police also
are
usually the unfortunate landlord 'was looking for the certain amount of sick training being
dead man's
sweetheart a work l
young
These winter nights can be made very pleasant with late music by best mast obliged two years to of pay this up.kind But of after swindling about ing woman who has been missing included.A Pictures-Sensational SaleThese

tern.-also popular dance or sacred music. since his death, and who is now re-
In various parts of the country, our BALLOON RACE
ported to be In
We full line of Parasian friend toolish staying Nuremberg. pictures are wonderful values. They will add
l. carry a Edison, Victor and Columbia machine a'd Records was enough to a finishing
Easy terms, free dally concerts. try the game on at Brussels in a res- WILL COME NEXTCUP touch to the handsomest parlor or dining rooms. We can seldoom
taurant which he had visited before. MARRIED HER UNDER afford to give such values for price. ,.

I He was recognized, and when he left IS OFFERED FOR WINNER AND An unusual combination of arttistic gift brown and weather oak
The Clutter with a stolen note in his pocket he FALSE PRETENSES frames and chosen fruit fish and game subjects, fourteen in number-
Music House ran into the very arms of a police- CONTEST BETWEEN AUTOMOBILE regular 75c and $1.00 values. j
: who Paris Nov. .-A French
man was awaiting him at the young AND BALLOON IS
door.A woman named Garanger obtained a 25c.eachWEDNESDAY19.A
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black coat a silk hat a telescopeand divorce yesterday in the courts here ALSO SUGGESTED.New .
a clinical themometer combined on the ground that her husband was

-s-::: with a sauve professional manner a notorious criminal who has married York Nov. 17.-To add Inter- M.

H a GOut were the stock-in-trade of Max Muller, her under false pretences. est to axial sport In this country and .
the inventor of one of the smartest The discovered the real character of to induce aeronauts to make many

of Date Plumbing is Unhealthy swindles in the experience of the New her husband while they were living and long ascensions, the Aero Club of Kress' Famous Table Oilcloth Sale
r 5t' York: police. To explain Muller's in Beunos Ayres, but the courts there America has offered a gold cup to the

Plumbing fixtures: and systems as made and methods, it is easiest to take a typical refused to grant her a decree, and she person who makes the longest contin-
came back to France for the 1 Oc yard
purposeof balloon ,
; case. Mr. Frederick Seitz, a uous trip in this country. The
installed some years ago were very efficient' wealthy Brooklynite, received a call securing her release.BEAUTIFUL distance must exceed 647 kilometres. A variety of colors, worth 25c yard.

,. at that time, but so many improvements have been made recently one morning from a gentleman whose The cup will be known as the Lahm
card represented him to be Dr. Cel- COMPLEXIONLady cup, In honor of Frank P. Lahm's victory
r ld in sanitation that old
an plumbing system is not only unsanitary ber, a heart specialist. In the Gordon Bennett Aerial Kress' Pitcher and Bowl' Sale
a but is a menace to the health of the occupants of the house in The latter anounced that he had of Fifty Looks Like Sixteen.A Cup Race in France last September.

I 1' which it is still in use. come to buy a house that Mr. Seitz Nashville lady found a way to To win the cup the competitor must
I I had for sale. As they were talking, beautify her complexion without the be a member of the a recognized aero 25c completeThese
I
l (, the sham doctor suddenly told the use of drugs or face creams. club. are a mottled blue and.the value, cannot be duplicated-worth
Is Your Plumbing Out of Date? I merchant that he had all the symptoms "Before I began the use of Grape- The contest committee of the Areo 23c. '

: of heart disease. Seitz, badly Nuts," she writes, "r was convincedI Club/of America will award the cup "
could not live long. I was sick all and will be the sole judge. '
; If so, the members frightened, asked Colber to examine Contestants '
!I ; him. The latter did.so, and, pronouncing : the time; heart trouble, kidneys ser- may compete at any time upon WEDNESDAY A. M. '
of your household_ are I ; the patient's condition serious, iously affected, eyesight bad sense written notice to the club and after

t i constantly risking their: bade him lie on the sofa on his face of smell was gone. and hearing very proper arrangements shall have been
"
1. health Defective while'he, Colber, went to fetch medi poor. mad for the supervision of the con- Post Card Album Sale.Many
I r cines. Seitz lay there for' in hour, 'My family thought I had dropsy test! .
t
1 plumbing generates and when at last tired of welting for and could not get well and I only Jlr. Alan R. Hawley has offered a 'of you have been waiting for these beautiful Albums. and they
f; I his specialist he got up to find that ate Grape-Nuts because I slept better cup to be contested for between bal- have Just arrived from Germany. :
? germ-bearing sewer I I I' his house had been ransacked. This afterwards-did not dream I could be loons and automobiles under supervision We intend holding them for Christmas sale but the great demandfor

1- ; gases which pollute the I time Muller got off with the spoil, but' entirely cured, had quit all treatment of the contest committee or them. is too strong, so the sale is Wednesday 3. p. m.

t atmosphere and cannot he has since been, caught and is at I and given up hope. their representatives. An automobile Handsomely designed imitation cloth and imitation leather, assorted

present in Sing Sing.BlueEyed "After spending a large sum of arriving at the point of descent of a sizes and styles holding 200 cards.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .25e
\\ help but be breathed by Innocence. I money and being under the best physicians contesting balloon within fifteen minutes Handsomely designed, etc, as above, holding 100 cards.. .. .. 10c
I the Sewer for three years without relief. after its descent shall be deemed
I occupants. I Blue-eyed innocence attired as a I commenced eating Grape-Nuts food the winner of the cup. If not, the worth 7 5c each.
I I r, is and the : Breton peasant girl got the better of I balloon is .
gas dangerous :, three times a day and now I am soundas deemed to have won. -
: '..i constitution a number of Parisian tradesmen late- a dollar, am in perfect health fifty Chartering parties are responsible Watch The Pensacola Journal of Wednesday for specials of th?
'I strongest I ;/ ly by a trick of really amazing In- years old and my complexion is I for the balloons while In their possession last three days.
I cannot long withstand I'' genuity. One of her victims wasa better than some girls at sixteen I I and pay all expenses of transportation
: its'ill effects. butcher. The girl who was ex- "I never have headache, nerves are to any from the place of
: 1 tremely pretty and whose! picturesque strong, sight so much Improved I needno storage, and repair any damage which
,: Let us examine the condition of your plumbing in order to !; costume was just perfect enough but glasses, heart and kidneys in perfect .may be done to the balloons while In .AT-CH KRESSl.WIHDOWS'

Ie: correct defective jJping! and install the best and most sanitary fixtures not overdone-entered the shop and, concution. their care. Balloons must be In
i purchasing some cutlets, casually ask "Your charge of
I Grape-Nuts alone cured me an authorized pilot. The
r made namely. 'Btaadaftf' Baths and One-piece Lavatories ed the butcher if he would mind read- and I cannot find words to express approximate cost of an ascension with !

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Q; be healthy! and more comfortable. Ask for booklet Modern f i which she had three 'tickets. I told hundreds of people what cured THE NEXT TIME
She explained that she herself could me. It was simple food that I could ALWAYS RING '223
Home Plumbing." neither read nor write. The butcher digest. WHEN YOU you are in Coe's book store, ask them to show you the
I obligingly consented and "There's WANT
presentlysaw
a reason. Name given by
Iii that his little:customer had won Postum Co.. Battle Creek, Mich. SOMETHING NICE IN Eaton-Hurlbut fine correspondence stationery. For style!/

\ "' "t' M' J.fJ CO a prize of 400 pounds. Here'was his It sometimes amazes persons what THE FRESH and elegance, these goods are surpassed by none in tl e
.. &1 o.It WI11.... chance-too good a one to be missed! damage has been done by improper MEAT market.
As coolly as he could he Informed the eating, not knowing any better way. LINE.. When you use Eaton-Hurlbut paper, you know

girl that she had, not won, anythingyet A change to Grape-Nuts soon tells the New City Meat you are correct.
but that he would not mind glv- story. Read the famous book "The Market, "

lag her 200 fr. (8 pounds) for 'her Road to Wellville," In pkgs. Pryor Bros., Props. C"OE '5" BOOK .ST ORSC'JTH! "AL&FOX STRICT

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dined.in some of the I York,Will See Series of ,

finest hotels and restaurants, but Games by' Six Leading i
a package pound full
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; one weight,
did not End any coffee to excel : bearing the name ARBUCKLE S* Billiard Players.WILL '; en J[ He is now en route to the Isthmus of t 1

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in quality Arbuckles'ARIOSA. ? .-.. / ARIOSA COFFEE and the NOT BE IN PROFESSIONALCLASS Panama for the purpose of expediting the :
That is what one lady writes and
signature of .Arbuckle Brothers, A, BUT WILL PLAY A .t,;
millions of others prove they believe, 37 years, ought to induce everybody building of the Panama Canal. The
which entitles jou to presents. GOOD, GAME NEVERTHELESS IN ,
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Arbuckles
by lining more ARIOSA to at least sample it.
Coffee than all the other packaged The odes I hide girls That is the genuine article,no matter 18.2 TOURNA'MENT.lew completion o{ this canal means more to 1 1I
many country
in the. United States where buy it or what ptlc York; Nov. 17.-Six of the
coffees put you ?you pay Pensacola than other the .!
and boys who secretly sigh for a for it -- leading billiard players In the country I any city in
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together. of good coffee Eke"mother"made. who are in a class considerably below ', i'
The fact that Arbuckles' cup"Mother" probably used the old Same old Coffee, same old firm.If composed the professional of Willie Class Hoppe A,,which George is 1 United States, because it is the natural .:

ARIOSA Coffee costs less and original Arbuckles" the first roasted your grocer won't supply, write to Slosson Jacob Schaefer and George '. gateway for more of the commerce of this ':
Sutton, will meet in a tournament for
suited the health ..
and of coffee.
has taste packaged t
ARBUCKLE BROS, the 18-inch two shots, in, balk-line '
most Ame -PpIc for over See that you get the sealed_ NEW YORK OTY. championship Among those of who"America are now next expectedto wee.!'{.. '! country than any other port by the canal.( .. ;

enter the tournament are ThomasJ. .'
Gallagher and Edward McLaughlin, .:, : The of .Scotland : J.
in has
Cf]i City Glasgow .
of New York; Harry P. Cline, of Phil, ;
church roof, knocking a hole in it.

ViHAT T LACK Of their The lives terrified, pursued inhabitants by shell fled after for II LABOR BENEFITSBY Taylor adelphia Charles, of Peterson; Albert Chicago.G.of Cutler St Three Louis, of or,Boston and four Al; a harbor of 30 feet in depth. This depth i

shelL Many houses were struck, but PAYMENTSNEW names will be added to this list.' of harbor has been secured of I
by a miracle no one was killed. Afterward Among the probable entrants are Wil at a cost ';
it turned out that this perilous liam A. Spinks, of San Francisco;
bombardment was the result of Leonard Howkison, of Montreal and, 5. seventy-five million dollars. r I II
CARECOSTS a trial of some new long-range guns SYSTEM ENABLES OPERATORS Frank Maggioli, of St. Louis. As
at the Savantan forts. The officerin players who have not won a world's

charge had apparently the never of taken the TO PROTECT HELPERS championship for ten years are eligi- : ; <]f Pensacola has. harbor of 33 feet depth
the trouble to inquire range FORMERLY AT MERCYOF ble, many additional entries are expected I : It:
new weapons and had been firing witha r and in order to weed out tne .
Insignificant Acts that Have reckless disregard of consequences.In CONTRACT inferior talent and thus prevent a long at the entrance and much greater depth
May, 1903, eleven boys on board and tiresome schedule, a committeehas ,
Caused Great Trouble the training ship Cornwall, lying offPudfleet MINERS. been appointed, consisting of :: and the best of anchorage inside the harbor :
were suddenly struck down ... Thomas Foley of Chicago; John J. 1
and by typhoid fever and inquiry proved Murphy, of Boston, and Maurice Daly, '.
Expense.
that the outbreak was the result of New York, Nov. 17.-The following of this city, to pass on the entries. t Nature has provided our harbor t.
their sleeping between fever-infected will in this ,
statement is authorized on behalf of I The tournament begin
blankets brought from South Africa.In the anthracite coal operators: I city on November 19, and a new trophy free of cost. !
Sometimes the most insignificant flat contravention of army regulations Mine laborers are benefiting largely I emblematic of the American :j
true of carelessness has produced no fewer than 200,000 blankets from the rule of the Anthracite Strike' championship at 18.2 balk-line will be
results which have shaken continents. from service had been sold I' will
returned Commission, requiring that the opera- presented to the'winner and It
:The misplacement of a period was to two dealers at the Cape at :5 cents tors make direct payments to contract i become a player's permanent propertyif Cjf[[The time has come when the law of .j- -, : : ,
the cause, it is said, of the Jamestonraid each, and of these 15,000 dozen were miners' helpers. Formerly the miner defended successfully for one year, !
and therefore indirectly the shipped back to London, those that was supposed to pay his own labor either in a match or tournament play. : : :
cause. were tainted' being indiscriminatelymixed ers who load the coal cut or blasted All games consist of 400 points, and '. supply and demand asserts itself and ,--
When there seemed a prospect of with those free from suspicion. by him. Under that system the opera- the holder of'the championship trophy .
a conflict between the Boer government Carelessness of this sort is in very I I tors had no way of knowing the receives the right to name any city,in : renders the immense value of Pensacola
: > and the Uitlandr population a truth a crime of the deepest dye.- wages earned by miners' laborers, and the United States in which to playa 7 i
letter was sent*! Dr. Jameston fromJohannesburg Grand Magazine. I were therefore unable to refute the match in defense of the title. The .
signed by Col Cecil I available. This ,' -
cry of "starvation wages. stake in championship competitionwill -- horbor means money to 1
Rhodes and others. The original contained There is. no -Reason Now they find that the laborer frequently be $200 a side, the winner to take
the following sentence: why your baby should be' thin, and I receives' for his work, which all the receipts and to pay all the ex holder of Pensacola Real Estate. t
are'justified in taking fretful during the night. Worms are ,. every '
"We feel we I requires no skill from $2.50 to $2.75a penses. The winner of the first tournament
steps to prevent the shedding of blood the cause of thin, sickly babies. It' day. will be required to play within .
End to insure the protection of our is natural that a healthy baby should I The contract miners' laborers often thirty"tlayS=after receiving a chal- T: ,
rights. It is under these circumstances be fat and sleep well. If your baby fared badly under the old system. The) lenge. Players who subsequently \
that we feel constrained to call does not retain its food, don't experiment miner frequently failed to pay him complete in world's championship Walk in and "Talk it Over" With Us. '
ipon you to come to our aid should with colic cures and other medi at all, and as he had no right to look matches or tournaments will forfeitall
disturbances arise here. Circumstances cines, but try a bottle of White'sCream to' the company for redress, he was further rights to play.for the new ,
are so extreme that we cannot Vermifuge, and you will soon helpless. When he. was paid, the saloon -championship';trophy.
mold tithe step,' etc. see your baby have color and laugh ) was generally; selected as the pay ,Though none of the' probable entrants -
la the nvesagra Lr. Jameston rereived as it should. Sold by all druggists. place, in order that the saloonkeepermight regfded as of world's} sham r .. ,jPensacola
the full stop was placed after assist in making change; and pionship calibre the 18.2 totfnament
the word "aid" instead of after Premiums given away. it frequently happened that both the to be held here this month will furnish
here"." Thus the qualifying clause Look for tickets in Obelisk miner and laborer spent much of,their some spectacular ,exhibitions. Someof :
was cut off and became apart of the I earnings over the bar before they left the men entered are capable of Investment Co. ,
text sentence. The Rhodesians came Flour packages. the saloon. very fancy and high-class billiards.
instantly galloping across the frontier I These evils have been done away Chas. Peterson.'of St Louis, won
on> their!: ill-fated mission. COLORED CHAMPION with as a result of the directpaymentaward many admirers-here when he practisedlast ,
Carelessness pure and simple was I which is now fully in force. winter with Willie Hoppe. Harry
the cause of a shocking catasthrophe' GOES TO AUSTRALIABoston All contract miners are required to Cline Is clever,"and Gallagher and Mc- No. I N. Palafox Sf. Under Methodist Church.
tear St. Petersburg during the army I furnish prior to each pay day, a statement Laughlin are tooVh veterans who can ,
four A sham due from them to their' In the billiard .
maeurers years ago. Jack of the amount still hold own
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Mass, Nov. l7.-BIg
fight was in progress and an officer their laborers. The coal .company game.
Johnson, the colored heavyweight
In command of a cavalry regiment must deduct that sum from, the D
champion 'is to sail for Australia
'was ordered to move around the flank amount due the contract miner, and WILL CHALLENGE :
shortly. Alec. McLean, of Chelsea
Lt an opposing force. Instead ofthrowing pay it directly to the laborer. '
who has been negotiating for matchesin HOPPE FOR GAMENew
out scouts and proceeding By this method the laborer is sure
cautiously he calmly trotted off in has the received Antipodes, a cablegram for the big from fellow the, of his money, and the necessity of York Nov. .-Jake Schaefer, HOW. HE TAMED DEPOT LOAN OFFICE.
the direction indicated, and when the going to the saloon is removed. If RUBEWADDELL
National A.'C.. of Sydney, New South stated in an interview here that he '
regiment reached a point where sometf on pay day the laborer claims that ,
the opposing forces were, supposed Wales Johnson's, telling.services him had his proposition been acceptedby for the miner has understated the amount had a challenge holder of prepared the 18.1 for balk-line Willie All kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, t

,to be awaiting to them ordered one them, and they would cable expenses due him of both the until company the holds discrepancy back the is world Hoppe championship emblem, and thatit BASEBALL MAN TELLS HOW HE Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money
charge.
squadron pay
for fighter and manager as soon would be In the hands of the Bruns- MANAGES GET ALONG WITH
The troops put spurs to their horses as they are ready to startMcLean adjusted. The company keeps an account wick-Balke-Collender Company soon. loaned on personal property. We handle all kinds of
of the time that the laborer MOST ,ECCENTRIC PLAYERIN
forward. The
end galloped furiously to rush for early both'new and second-hand. Don't
replied transportation. able to This insures a contest Hoppe Jewelry, forget.
The works and is accordingly assist
was appalling. supposed
jrsult Johnson is to be given two in January."I THE WORLD.
enemy's trenches turned out to be a in settling such a dispute. I C THE WATCHMAKER
matches at the National Club, win or have intended a challenge; for Clement
.narrow but deep, swift running river lose, and he is to receive a guaranteein some time," said Schaefer, "but J. t. 106 East> Wright Street.
.Into which the whole squadron rode each, with the privilege; of percentage IS WALKING thought Slosson was ready to do the San Francisco, Nov 17.-"I treat .
fat, full ipeed. Men and horses crashed of the gross receipts if they are ACROSS AFRICA same thing. Having waited sometime him as I would be treated myself."
over the allfiost"ver.tical bank ina in excess of the figures stipulated by however, for Slosson I have $e- That's how Connie Mack declares he .';
[ living torrent. Of more than ninety he club. Carlo Nov. 17.-Captain Daniell, cided to act. It Is probable, however, has tamed' Rube Waddell, the most How Our Acme Double Flint ; {
dragoons barely forty reached the McLean contemplates an extended R.N., who is walking across Africa, that my challenge may be withhelda eccentric-'hall player in the world.
(opposite bank alive. tour when he starts with Johnson, and has arrived at Brazzaville, in the few days for the reason that Hoppe "And," continues :Mr. McGillicuddy, Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels J
One summer morning in July, 1903,' he expects to complete arrangementsfor French Conga He started from the ,will play Sutton for the 18.2 emblem "I do'not have the trouble with Wad- Is made from the best Wool Felt. :'
Hie peaceful little village of Colongesias battle at Melbourne and other Put coast to travel across the continent about December 15, and I wish to dell that some people think I have. Saturated and coated under a new process with Asphalt
startled by a huge object descend-, cities where the sport is tolerated in : :date my deft so far ahead that Willis i I find Rube a very willing fellow, and Is a rubber-like (densely compressed) Rooflng Felt. ;' ,
JUs: apparently from the skies with a Australia.' New Zealand will also be Captain Daniell's journey from' the 'may have some time to practice the one who does'not'need the humoringthat Coated Resists on the both action sides of vapor with, acids Silicate.and fire. ",
terrific thud in the center of the main visited by Jqhnson and his manager, Indian Ocean to the mouth of the 18.1 game, for, according to the rules the ordinary follower of baseball Not affected by heat or cold. u ;
treet. A moment after, with a shrieking and on the return trip they intend to Congo is 1500 miles in a direct:line governing the emblem, he must play thinks ha does. The roofing that never leaks.' fEasily t
: whistle came another of these stop off at the fighting'towns of that by way of Lake Tanganyika.' He IA. within sixty days from date of the i "Rube, of course: ,ia a peculiar fel The experience affixed. of twenty years,proves it to be the beat
Harming visitants, which struck the part of the dark continent. cow on his way to Boma. challenge." low. He has his whims, just as other Ready Rooting on the market. A .
I players, but Waddell is all in the opca Put up In rolls 32 inches and 40 feet C inches long. f.
lOa feet, wrapped in heavy casing. ,i
--== --- --- -- ,- ----" his stunts in full containing square
and does peculiar
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y Old Whikej't \' is pampered you consider and spoiled that this by big the fellow fans 3Ply, 80 lbs. per roll, complete. I,

Rose's Rye and newspapers it will not in be every hard city for you in thejircuit to 2-Ply, 70 lbs. per roll, complete. ,

see how happens that he is spoiled.But 1-Ply, 60 lbs. per roll, complete. ;: "
WaddeU is far easier to get along Samples and Full Particllars Free. O '
Old with'.than someother players.ilen Also 3. 2 and l-ply Tarred Roofing Paper Sheathing and ;.1j
Rose's Corn Whiskey be wants to do something he goes and Insulating Paper.Carolina i i t k-,:
does it, and offers no explanation I t
: either' before"or'after the act Portland Cement Co., ,1',
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: .._ ., ., /* the best Whiskey at any price, and we can prove it. Waddell'1 wquld type rather than have one a player who of sulks.the Atlanta, Ca. ',,- '

Now there IB one good feature In the ,.
: ; For thirty-nine years we have been distilling our whiskey and selling it direct to I Rube's, he never sulks, and .t.
'!Ttiro afarw' ,. S? the consumer. This enables us to sell you whiskey that's all quality, with an old ripe I he does make-up n instill, trouble in the do"ranksas r........"......................NN.............. f:

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t ;-4 QE.U4:=.- ., age.Rose's Old. Rye and Rose's Old Corn is fine for medicinal use and is. so endorsed Thanksgiving Poultry. i More Light, More ProfitThe !tYt 't

by physicians not only locally, but nationally- Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens,"etc., Ed. :

We have never and never will sacrifice quality for profit. Our reputation as you have always known it, shall M. Pooley.- Corner Pohne 1121.Chase and 15novlw DeVil- : better lighted your store is the : '

never be shaken. Hers street, more people it will attract to it. <

A number of families have been using our whiskey for over thirty years. Their orders read: "Send us the sameIS WE KEEP THE MOST Gas light i i is more nearly like daylight \ .

the last." SELECT FRESH MEATSIN t than any other artificial light. '. ,j,

If your heatth means anything to you (and'it does) send us an order for four full.quarts of Rose's Old Rye or THE CITY. THAT'S : $1.50 thousand feet for gas for I

oses! Old Corn, or you may have it assorted as you like. The price is $3.40 fqr four full quarts. THE KIND YOU WANT, either lighting or heating. ;

Remit3.40 inform of Post-office or Express Money Order, New York Exchange, or send the money by reg- SO CALL US UP. TELE- f f.

fctered mail. Do not send stamps or personal 'checks. Express prepaid to any address in the following states: PHONE 223. Gas Heaters $1.50 to $10.00 i '

Georgia Florida, Alabama N. Carolina, _S. Carolina, or any point on Adams or Southern Express lines. New City Meat' Market, .t .

If not.satfefied we will send your money back without question. Haven't h d o-do this yet, however.Ordersshippetf'same'daY'receiv .
d. .Pryor.Bros.: Props. .i Pens.cola Gas Company :. f

EicambU Lodge No. 15, F. &. A. M.: Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. t

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ose Liquor Company 1L:wnT be held Monday even- r
Atlanta Ga.r tug November 13. at 7.30:
o'clock. Visiting brethren fraternally ,
t Subscribe for the
ESTA USlfE.t: ----. ? 4, ,,._, L...' C.Invited.m Ji BETEB W 1L {
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Snow-White Cooked Enameled
AI. ,H. Wilson. 'in height and weighing exactly 110 I -

Golden-voiced AL H. Wilson, 'I pounds, with waist measurement of -,.- t Bed, complete, :with m f

1 singing German dialect 30 inches eankle-and equally seven.divided inches-between aroundth Si best quality all-wire, steel rJ
the new comedy drama of
pronounced blondes and brunettesthe tempered Springs and Mattress '
Switzerland -
entitled {etz in fU
[ Alps" will be the attraction at I age limit being 22-all of whichis N for -
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essential to make a "Broiler. Of a
opera house tomorrow night. !
this number only six could be found
When J. K. Emmett dfed'his Nm
in professional ranks to meet these m $13
and armor remained unused and
requirements.Chas. NfU
ty until AL H. Wilson came
few years ago, and poked his Stevens, the general stage di- fJ
figure! into them. They fitted rector of "The Chef finding the New $1 Down, $1 per Week. 1 .:
I York field far from a fertile one, established -,
actly, ha resurrected and recruiting stations in Bos- We have the largest line of Cotton a nd Felt' Mittresses' you ever. looked at,
them from the first he sang [ and you will need.one tht" winter. All p rlcea-and.atul" "' own terms.RHODESFUTCHCOLLINS.
ton,
.yoddjed beautifuly with as much x-ittsburg, Philadelphia, Chicago IP Hi
'and St. Louis, inserting in the local
as the great Emmett ever
and Emmett was the best newspaper want columns advertisements 3u .

I time AL H. Wilma is BOW the ; inviting young ladies' aplica-
tions. Among the thousands 'of applicants : FURNITURE m
est romantic singing actor in CO.
world. fifty were finally chosen for (
I trial and from this number was se-
He was born on New Years
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twelve to complete the "Broilers.
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as natural to him breathing.
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has had his training, the best movements, that have maije the every reason to believe. miscuously upon' the isle from a eral three or four hears The H H H-$
ago.
had and plenty of experience, bnt H,_ $# S ::3 "S'' S::S S?:*
"Broilers" wrecked war balloon 'air 1'c '
the bright particular hit on ship. combination of purple and rose pink ,.'
delight of his singing lies in its they undoubtedly are. .Next week at the opera house daring They'meet with a great reception which .so many people are adopting ti.,
viduality. He expresses-himself the presentation of the 'Isle of from the natives, who believe them with enthusiasm was seen in the case ti.e
as truly as a poet does in "The Virginian.One Spice," the funny characters O'Gady subjects from soms-et- e-heannIT of a large sailor hat of dark Parma-
a painter in colors. of the best known authors of and Mackinaw-deserters from the U. planets. Theh'-bewilderi g evolutions violet beaver, which was simply i
All of his best notes are of his recent juvenile stories is Bennett .S. warship Roosev lt-will land pro- are said tt.'bte extremely'comicaL wreathed with immense silk tea-roses Yk ... -" -:. .
invention, the result of his own feet'I Musson, whose ")Jaisle and Her Dcg shading from rose-pink to crimson. ,' "-.- ft
ration. No else sing ;:
one can
Snip in fairyland" has < tn of
enjoyed great ? spite repeated prognostications -
as Wilson sings them. lIe has '
scores of imitators but none of poularity during the past two or three MADAME HYDORNE .DISCUSSES to the contrary, streamers of i: !: / or:
years among the "young folks," as the tulle or velvet, which can either be ase
him in his art.
comes near publishing, house of Harper's calls tied under the chin or left floating behind r.
I The Boston Herald, a critical them. Some of these young people FASHIONS IN PARISIAN' :HATS ;' provide a supplement to many *
ibnt wise Mr. *
a one .compares ,
would doubtless be both grieved and I of the new models. These depend
to Wachtel. the great tenor of .
shocked: : to Know that their beloved from a large fiat bow which covers
gone by. The comparison is an author, instead of 1 being a benevolentold the bandeau, while in other cases only
( has one, with the ambition exception and that grandfather, is a young fellow Realm of Headgear Affords large .PIcture- mofel.o .*gray panne II one tulle string is provided, and this .
l youth
who makes his living by playing the which' was'wathedirith'elephantgrayand ; is caught to the lace collar on the left
tin his favor. role of Steve, the cattle thief, in "The Eccentric I Vose-coldred tulle;&;;the;'Immense I side by means of a brooch or tiny .
Play for Many feather likewise employed for its
f Virginian. Mr. JIusson will be seen Jeweled buckle. I
The Royal Chef. in this role when Dustin Farnum adornment being carried out in the The cult of the velvet gown has ;
The dearth of suitable chorus comes to the opera house in the Owen Ideas. same two tones. never been more considered than it. ,.
Is.one of the. most perplexing Wister-KIrke: La: Shelle play. On some of/the small vetlvet hats has this year. Probably the beauty of I r. ''
lems which produoers of musical the, crowns are encircled with thick the new colorings is to a great exent I;;, -"" .I

edles and speotacles have to ."The Lion' and the' Mouse. THE "MUSHROOM" HAT IS THE plaits of tulle in three shades of one responsible for this, while the fact I: ..,.." .-
putting on their production to best "The Lion and the Mouse" which color, the sane Idea being Illustratedby that the leading dressmakers are sup :" .
vantage and are often forced to Henry B. Harris will present here at LATEST CREATION AND LOOKS means of soft satin ribbon. Some plementing nearly all the velvet Prin-'*
usual methods and expense to the opera house soon, has set every very good efrects'are likewise gainedin I cess dresses, with short wraps or pel %* --i ;
'their.companies in this respect. theatre-goer- a 'talking wherever the LIKE AN INVERTED PUDDING the realm of hats for morning wear erines to match will permit of their i\\ .;f };'

. / To secure a large number of Klein[ piece has been'seen. It is a designed in dark blue felt the crown adoption'throughout the winter for ''}....... .. I .
BASIN-FRUIT AND FLOWER
: I who are good to look and of which is encircled with a wide bandof I .. "
upon play_far: out of the ordinary run of outdoor wear. Many of these velvet : ;, '" ... :/!' -
:. V vocalists and capable of being dramatic productions and the observing TRIMMINGS.By emerald green velvet caught Into wraps are worked all over with narrow -. ... .. r .
r to dance, as well as sing, and story of financial affairs; the loose pleats so as to suggest that the I silk braid, the addition of gre- : < f
| requirements are equal height plots of trusts, the earnest vindica- gauffering irons have been called into lots pendeloques and fuchsia-tassels ,, '' I
|weight with the necessary tion of the father by his young daughter Madame Hydorne. requisition to give it the fashionable i being a very important part of the : : ;;
I the difficulty is almost and waved effect, the result being far :
combine to absorb all those who I scheme, while in some instances the *
Nov.' 1 .-*: resh eccentricities effective .t '_ *
Jab see it henry B. Harris has given the t'anfj more than the erstwhile pop- coats.are carried out in corduroy velvet '
for the "Broilers" "The in the realm of headgear are making ular organ-pleats which were so gen"The !
. play an exceptionally strong cast and exactly corresponding in tone to The Cuter :Music JIOUS Is
, CfceP eighteen young ladies are that its presentation here will proveA their appearance every day, especially the plain velvet of which the dress is has put In the plate glass.broken; 52r.fc1or by the September business.storm and The rend wntrartor vt'll'tI\e ;-:
where so-called mushroon hats
i .quired, each member being five most interesting'event, there Is formed. scaffolding and boarda which 'obstructed our store and our Pianos can .
are concerned. These. to"give a bald i now- be "
ex\rn1ned carefuUy.
:
The pelerine of corduroy velvet is,I x
---- '= Interpretation, in cases can onlybe
---- many *
.. --- t likened to inverted pudding basins Best is What, We Sell" I i however, by no means confined exclu- We have the largest stock on hand we ever carrled.as our regular clips ;:
mf'IltIJ have been
:r =-.Ar. i sively to a gown which matches it in continued and the pianos have piled Of'!
up on us-we "
are c'
I which-as though their with peculiarities a view-to have accentuating -' I color, and the present fancy for soft I* lag to make prices,to,more them ;.

1Il- .. the the J white cloth with coats of mole-colored r The Plan you are going to buy for Christmas can be Jected I
The Shoemen With Rotation.J trimming entirely relegated to and :
. a bronze velvet :* aside. Buy now and
.. i or corduroy is becoming save SW to $100. Terms on best new UOi m-;' < :
back, the only exception being. bandof I and
y. styles In latest finish, $2t; cash balance ,
1
more pronounced as time 'on. In $10 IDh'fI
SOMETHINGJiiatWill goes per month_ no s
velvet, which serves to" define the ,ye A large discount for all cash.
such a case the skirt would be adorned ._
line of demarcation between the
with silk braid which strikes the :e Just think ot it.- a UOO piano'for
same I $100.: Come ,,
and ices
see them. Th-.s : -
... crown and the brim. The hats are, note of color as the coat. will move them fast' P
as a rule, adorned with large bunches I I .
:- 4 L of ostrich feathers, the tips' of' which"curl Please.the Taste Dancing School. I k making A few In bargains prices oJ to highgradePianos" give you an: Idea of the remarkable cut we are
::7 : "
< over the top.: | Dancing school Tuesday night. C. ;.':
-, ,'. Fruit and flowers are" frequently and Ik of A. halL One' Kranle'h. d; Bach: large upright Brand fancy figure, walnut cae.: 3:
I ., .. .:..... combined in the new millinerial I e When new iaio CaN,,one year, US:: for this special sale.- !
- schemes and not'only.'are the grapes CAKE SALE. One new Cassell Piano,
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OREHANDEDNESS in things made of velvet but > .regular price J32S, this sale $253. =
purple they are Tickle Your Palate tk
1 often carried out in gold and silver : t! I% One email !!ahggany! upright Packard
weather 'concerning, THE LADIES AID SOCIETY. OF *, $353 regular price $450, this sale only
tissue, many of them being' supple-; THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH : ;}: I
includes
getting ,. mented .with leaves in mentallic tints i WILL One new Kianic &
GIVE A CAKE SALE WEDNESDAY Bach Mahogany case regular price JSJ:, this sale
Shoes ,. Charming white picture hats are John Campbell's Finest BEFORE THANKSGIVING. AT $m. .
.. trimmed: made with white grapes' ROSENAU & GERELDS STORE I xe One-Jacob
on .. frosted over with gold or silver dust.) Scotch\ Orange Marmalade THOSE WISHING CAKES FOR Flrty rSSfffiffja; unboxed used b'o t o ears select. now from.f..5.y .
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your ; ." ''-,; ;; while crab apples and black cherries| THANKSGIVING DINNER WILL I* *
', ; are still to oe seen, and in 'many instances -'j HAVE A FINE LINE TO SELECT *
feet : -: I", Stone Jars 25 Cents.
'
i-r, <: these are combined with FROM. i The Clutter
iti Music
that wont : >, : c' roses or other flowers. Curious anomalies r House .,
'. .. ', Pure Guavo 25 Cents. 1 Special Called I
such as black cherries with Jelly Meeting. *
balk the' : ; : I Of Local .
J: velvet chrysa_emums, are by no, are 71 C. & J. of A. All members Largest and Oldest in the State.
!, urgently '11
: requested to attend meeting :: ._
first time means considered too great an outrage Monday night November '
Ring and 19th. at i'
us give us
the -'>: upon nature, while the same liberties up I'i o'clockBusiness of importance Smoker j; :t- H Hi-
weather
puts : to be.enjoyed after adjournment f 'I-f$ oi' !t $ '
"r have been taken in the case of the frequent ,I .
t on a woebegone combination of large tulips. with an order for some i H. PACLSEX. 2. W. ROBERTS.President. --- -------- ------ -
double asters. Recording Secretary.
k I frontispiece. Blue beaver or velvet hats,,trimmed ISnovlt Peed have no terrors for you

t' WE HAVE THEM FOR THE ENTIRE match with mole-colored are among the tulle mostt and attractive wings to Rosenau&Gerelds Obelisk Flour makes a WASH ,DAY if you send, your washing to

1 FAY1LYRCO. and becoming novelties, while' ivory- happy.home. It pleases The New Method Laundry,
MEYER white felt hats adorned with cinna every PHONE 1188 E, LAWRENCE.. prep RR+ff'II'eULa..drJ. W. .3J1H'sr
THE GROCERS, member of
FANCY the
mon-colored .tulle and feathers represent family.Thanksgiving .. AGENTS WANTED.

? I Feet Furnishers For Folks, adopted another enthusiastically scheme w.hlch by has young been I 116 SOUTH PALAFOX8T.. Poultry. -----= -

and old alike. Two d'stinct shades'.of Turkeys Ducks,
Chickens,
102 S. Palafox Street. eta, Ed. '
J- tuDe are, besides, ottea employed to Phone ,391 M. Pooley, Corner Chase and DeVilliera ]- Subscribe

= / trim the same hat&s. la-th*case of.,a,. : ... ; _street, Pohne 1121. ISnovlw* for the Journal. I

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