The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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completed it is kn wn that there will
Will Be Entertained the
be a public meeting of the order eitherIn
the opera house or In one of the
Great Game Most SENATOR TILLMAN SAYSCAN'T Describes His Movements in Local Camps of Woodmen large halls of the city sufficient to accommodate '
a large gathering, and
Spectacular in History of of the World addition to the addresses by the prominent TUESnA
I Detail on Night of visitors there will probably

Two Schools. PREVENT HIS SPEECH AND WILL HOLD A PUBLIC MEET. be short talks by local Woodmen.The .
I Murder. visitors are expected to arrive
ING AT SOME HALL IN CITY, TO in the city on the evening of the 29th District Attorney Sheppard 4 ..
I and the following morning will be theguests
Yaie Put Harvard on the Deere I BE FOLLOWED BY BANQUET- of Live Oak Camp No. 1 and Purposes to Proceed With .
Might Just Well STRONG CASE MADE BY DEFEND- Hickory Camp No. 21 on a trip about .
as Try to .
: at Every Stage of ERROR Ir I ANT-EVIDENCE ALL IN AND the harbor the navy yard, forts and the Peonage Indictments '
Keep Roosevelt from I THE EVENT. out into the gulf. After the public
the Contest. i ARGUMENT BEGINS. meeting will come a banquet. In which
f Head officers! of the Woodmen of the local Woodmen will be assistedby S 'F' J.
Talking. I I'I the World are to pay a visit to Pen- the Woodmen's Circle composed of

I.I\NERS SHOWED PRESIDENT'SMESSAGE II I I Soeclat to The JournaL sacola this week, and the arrangements ladies, who will take prominent- .1 '
SUPERIOR i Marianna, Nov. 24.-Mrs. Christ now being made insure that part In the entertainment.This Counsel for Convicted Do..-
-EA" PLAYING, BETTER HE WILL DELIVER SPEECH AS mas, while on the stand Friday after- their visit will be a beneficial one to afternoon the members of the .

PLANNED noon, was asked by defendants counsel the lodges and a pleasant one to the two local camps will hold a joint ,
KNOWLEDGE OF NEW RULES, AND WILL NOT CUT every possible question as to her visiting Woodmen. meeting, when the plans for the en- fendants Will Argue for .1 .

[ OUT REFERENCE TO NEGRO husband's movements Monday and Among the visitors will be Sovereign tertainment of the visitors will be ,
AND:: SETTER INDIVIDUAL WORK Tuesday before the crime was committed Commander J. C. Rook, of Oma- consummated and committee appoint a New Trial To- '

PROBLEM. ; what clothes he wore that ha; Sovereign Watchman J. W. Jew- ed. The Woodsmen anticipate that .i'
THAN" HARVARD. !week and the week _before. She stated ell, of Omaha; Sovereign W. A. Fra- much good will" result from the visit Morrow. t ; .
that he came home at 10:30 tier of Texas;' Sovereign T. E. Pat- of the head officers of the order, and : ,

Battleship Louisiana Out of By Associated Press. Monday night, and shortly before ,terson, of Chattanooga, and SovereignT. that the event will be one of the enjoyable "1 '
By Associated Press. Chicago, Nov. 24.-Senator B. R. eleven Tuesday night. On Tuesdayhe W. Mitchell, of Florida. I occasions In secret society GREAT EFFORT OF .' :. : ,
yen Conn., Nov. 24_-Yale's Course 530 Miles Northof Tillman passed through Chicago to- wore a white shirt with black I Although the program has not been I I circles of the year. DISTRICT AH ,

ave triumphantly over the day on his way to South Haven, Mich stripes, instead of one with red ,.TORNEY IN SECURING CONVIO. : I
i gbt in signal of another vie- igan. When he was informed that the stripes, similar to the one found in '
San Juan. negroes of Chicago had protested the store with blood stains on it, and I TION WIDELY COMPLIMENTED :; : f
the worthy rival Harvard, CUT PLATE GLASS WINDOW
against the delivery of a lecture by which Mr. White testified that he I
wore' being 6 to 0. Harvard Ey Associated; Press. i I him he said: "I am surprised that wore. On Wednesday morning he -ARGUMENTAMASTERLYONK. ;Jr'! :

'-n in a desperate battle. In 'Washington, Nov. 24.-A wireless i there has been any talk here of a changed his clothes; as he was pre- I j'
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,'ball strategy and spectacu- message was received from the battleship i negro uprising to prevent the lecture paring to go to Dothan, put on an-[AND ROBBED HARDWARE CO. ; ,; :
have had few equals since Louisiana this morning giving I which is for the benefit of a hospital other shirt with smaller black stripes At the morning session of the TJnV .
nersities the location at 5:0:: as 530 miles north i I which has never yet closed its doors and a brown suit of clothes, also in I ted States District court yestcrflaJJ > '
have met. of San Juan. The authorities believe to a negro. It Is absurd to think this contradicting Mr. White, who J a. morning Judge Charles Swayne presiding ,j..;
i came through the great. that there is I ber removed a portion of plate l counsel for W. S. Harlan, 3. .:
.V some error in the ms- I that they can prevent a senator of the said he wore a gray suit She cor- 'j
superior team play, al- sage as such a report does not accord I United States from talking. They roborated other' defendant witnesses, About a Dozen Fine Shot glass window which in this case Huggins and C. C. Hilton, convfo't I. .

", ,"i! .nag accuracy in developing with the plans of the movement of i might as well try to stop President in that she and Miss Pansy Tucker was about an eighth of an inch in IE. by a jury on Friday for conspire _j' .:J .:'

'<.->-iiiituies of the new rules, and the vessel. It is expected that a more Roosevelt. I shall not change my lecture daughter of Mrs. White, ,went to Pea- Guns Stolen From Avery thickness, to secure his booty. Such cy to commit peonage, and who are .' '
I reliable communication will be had I II in the slightest degree. The sub- cock's Tuesday night,- remained until work has heretofore been confined to'. now under bond pending sentence, 1 ,
;is'in:: :'jeut work of the individual I with the president's ship soon. ject is the 'Annexation of Cuba,' and 9:30and came home in a slight drizzling Hardware Store. the large cities, where frequenty it. gave notice that motions would be ;, ;

this question is so interwoven with rain. Did :not see Mr. Christ has occurred, but the robbery of the I filed on Monday morning for a new i' {

L, 1\dni WAS a i trifle slow in execu- the negro problem that it would be mas until he'came in. Avery store of Friday night by this trial and for arrest of judgment pending -_i t
l ,ilkIn\ i. nr\thing. Yale played: ot"n"i FAIRBANKS IN the latter." examination, but bore the ordeal well, i BURGLAR CUT A CIRCLE OF GLASS ever been done here. 1 It Is thought that sentence will ba ,r' :, ,. ;
\ .-. ..1 1'Y stage of the game.: I answering simply and never! toeing For the past few days the store has pronounced on the three defendants jt 4
n 01 tn -.H.niul/ that Vept the score the gray pants that \\hite had CONTAINING THE GUNS. fine shot guns in the show window',mum penalty for the crime of which .t :-
;n tbl'( -:-.ligl? 1gurs.! testified the searching party failed I facing on Palafox street.and south of :they were convicted is >10,000 fine i ?
The Various Games. INJURED to find in Christmas: room, were (.the first entrance to the store after I;and two years imprisonment or both ;
JACKSONVILLE[ ( passing Garden street. This entrancewas District Attorney Sheppard asked I
anta. Ga.. Xov. ::4.The record hanging on a door in.her. room, undera A, robbery, which was one of the I .
:Sa various football skirt and clothes of hers. selected by the burglar, as it i that the case against Robert Galla. i 1 t
ia games played Defendant Testifies. I boldest to occur in Pensacola in many would partly shield him from per- gher, W. E. Grace and Oscar Sandor .1
: acin) -as follows: Late in the afternoon the defendant years, and ,also the most successfully sons who might be passing, and there who are charged with peonage, be set!! r !
C" -Georgia Tech 51, :Mer- IN SMEWSCanadian Wm, Chri3tmavrj3ok the >stand, carried through, was committed some he removed the big circle of glass, for Tuesday morning and that a

\ w Ha\"en-Yale Creates Great Enthusiasm and narrated in detail .j.ls actions the time Friday, night yesterday morning the latter being' cat out as a sharp i special venire of 20 men be called for ; i
Harvard 0. week of the tragedy and the week when about one dozen fine shotguns razor would cut a piece of paper. 10 a. m .on that day, and it was so I "

:lo'm.vanla,..Fttf'. 33, Lehlgh 22, Villa 0. Nova 12. There By His Patriotic prior. He went to his store Monday I on display In the show windowsof Early yesterday morning the burglary .: ordered by the court. )' ,
; night, marked goods and arranged the Avery Hardware Companywere was discovered but so far as There was a great deal of comment ; t
umore 21, Amhprst 0. Utterances. City Is Scene of stock; shut his store and, with his stolen. The thief secured the is known there is no clue to the party yesterday regarding the verdict and 'J i
:>e 4, West Point 0. brother, went down to Jasper Jus- guns by cutting a circle about two who did the neat piece of work. I'I many views were expressed concerning :

,II 38 Nebraska 5. By Associated-- Riotous Times Between tices's, his teamster, to arrange for feet square from the plate glass window About 3:30.o'clock yesterday morn :, It. It seemed to be the consensus 1 i
: Purdue Press.
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Jacksonville, Nov. 24.-Vice Presi- him to go to the mill for him next using a diamond glass cutter to ing'a party passing the store noticeda of opinion that the verdict, in view f !
:23, Darthmoutn 0. dent Charles W. Fairbanks was accorded Soldiers and People.By day, and me day after, to go up into {make the opening, and the skillful negro standing just across fie of the testimony that had been '
i"I\' of Arkansas
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Tnane .
> 0 a hearty greeting at the Alabama; went on down to John Jus- manner In which It was done shows street from the place Ihe negro adduced, was a just one and that in !
r- -; < :'If'tnnati-Carlisle. Indians .IS! tendered by the Board of Trade reception tices's house, to arrange- for him to ;I that the party committing the robbery made no attempt to hide but was idly fact the jury could not have done
Iml1. 01ord tonight where the vice president made accompany Jasper, then he and his!was not a novice at cutting glass. standing near the enclosure of the otherwise than find the defendants ../
; 7, New York Univerniond a splendid impression and excited, Hamilton Ontario Associated Press. brother Joe, returned as far as the I I The robbery bore the distinction of Blount building. I guilty as charged in the indictment.
Nov. 24.-Scores residence of Mr. White, where he being the first of its character ever I Ij There Is no doubt but that more I District Attorney Sheppard. J i

't :', College 0. 17, Randolph great terances.enthusiasm Mrs. Fairbanks by his patriotic met a large ut ers were and injured the in police collisions and soldiers between here riot went in, his brother going to his own occurring In Pensacola, BO far as j I than one party was engaged in the The consummation of this celebra ,i. '-
ollege has rob- robbery. ted case in a verdict of guilty is the
number boarding house. That was about ten j known. Never previously a :
\ of society ladies at the
tonight. Several
Academy 5, Virginia Pol -tech- reception / street cars were demolished o'clock direct result of the brilliant manner .
The next
after ten.
tendered by Mrs. Taliaferro, wife or
by the striking street car !
night he went to his store, worked in which the case has been handled 4
of the Florida senator. The distin- I

n'r. guished Sunday morning.couple leave for Washington riot The men act injured and has their been include read sympathizers.women by the and mayor.chil The oyster there for wagon a while, a restaurant, then went and to thento an' ITALIAN BARK/ OLIVAR ; ney from W.the B.beginning Sheppard by who District has labored Attoi<> I f t I"I"

see a party about digging a well, incessantly to secure every particl
dren. At ten o'clock the militia infan- '
r. A1 JENNINGS then to Dr. Booth's store, and on to of evidence that in any way tad bear '.
try and cavalry were charging the' .
the house of Mrs. Peacock, where he SOLD AT AUCTION FOR $125Was ing upon the acts charged. His examination I
crowds with fixed bayonets and dra'Dswords. of the witnesses was most t
had -
: heard his wife was; arrived there,
rEAAY lEAVE minute and shnwp.l a familiarity! iilthall ," .; _
found his wife was gone; he went in, -
;played a few pieces on the organ. matters pertaining;; to the case that J

URGED TO joined with the others In singing, lefta could only have been acquired by the -
few moments before eleven o'clock Purchased By A. Di-fEXPRE closest study and he was the recipient :

WOMAN HElD and went home; it was drizzing rain S CO. of many congratulations for tho
fOR NEW YOAKCommander /I at that time. He had thus accountedfor Lustro, There Being Few able manner In which every detail
had been
all of the time that evening, was handled. His summing up
RUNHis I I corroborated by other witness, and by Other Bidders. of the testimony and his argument !
his wife in that he returned at eleven were especially notable and no doubt 1
WITHOUT BAIL and did not go away again that night. 15 ROBBED were very Instrumental In securing! ;
and Wife Leave On cross esomination he admitted VESSEL ALSO a verdict of guilty. His able associates '
in the prosecution, lion. R. Pop I
that he was the only party who had I
Friends in Nova Scotia by Rail ,a key to the store, that he was in SOLD AND BROUGHT A Reese and Assistant Attorney-Gen
Want eral Charles W. Russell -
Tampa also
are entitled *
there at least four times after his
father's death and before search was MUCH LARGER SUM. Agent Wounded, Then to the highest praise for the i
Him to Run For ToMorrow.By Disguised As Salvation made; did not remember seeingblood! i able manner in which they discharged i

stained 'shirt; but knew he had thrown : Bound and Gagged When their duties which, in great measure, :
Governor. Associated Press. Army Girl She Shot 3 It box of "egs-fihers" under the of the assisted in the conviction.The ,
Charlottesville Va., Nov. 24.-The on a ; The Italian bark Olivari, one defense '
was ably conducted by
education in stairway. He admitted that search- hurricane victims, was sol; ... punnc i He Resisted.
conference on secondary I W. W. Flournoy, of DeFuniak Spring!
-- Men ''ing in this did r
had been
; and
Thursday. party auction yesterday to A. DiLustro,
the south came to an end tonightThe I as leading counsel, assisted by Scot!
Hon T. A. Jennings, Pensacola's final subjects discussed were I 1'not think they made! a very thorough the brought the sum of $125. There I JM. Loftin and W. A. Blount Jr., an search. Could not account for
< jll1ar! citizen who science in high schools and agenciesand : were but few bidders for the hulk of Associated Press. {
is now in Tamap I By summing up and arguments of alt
between floor and
,. f shirt being found in the vessel, no one seeming to care to Va Nov. 24.-The "
& !ting the state fair, is method of training of teachersfor By Associated Press. Charleston West three attracted a great deal of atten ,}
l being urged:: high schools. Teaching of sciencein New York, Nov. 34.-Miss Ottilia ceiling up stairs. Defendant was on own it, and Mr. DiLustro's bid of $125 Adams Express Co's. office and the tion. :Not -
', a thing was overlooked that 1
'i" friends there to enter the cam Schernider who, disguised as a Salvation -the stand five hours or more, the night 36 miles
high schools is favored if laboratory was finally accepted.The railroad station at Kayford, would tend to place the case in th,
"-i.:I: for governor of Florid" TJIV methods are available! and too Army girl, shot three men 'Thurs session continuing:: until eleven O'CIOCk'l I' equipment of the bark broughta from here, on a branch of the Chesapeake most favorable light before the JBry

:,'' ,i Times, of recent date, in exhaustive methods are not adopted. day afternoon at 59th ,St., and Madison Defense Rests. much larger sum. The various articles and Ohio Railroad, was looted and the fact that a verdict of guilty
r't: of Mr. A knowledge of agriculture is con avenue, was arraigned to-day and At 8'J: after a short 1, were sold separately, Dave Levi and burned by robbers early to-day. was found in the face of such a brilliant
: Jennings, says held without bail for further defense rested; the state then produced sails,
sidered as essential to the equipmentof examina I i purchasing the anchors, rnasns Six thousand dollars was taken. defense can only be explainedby
1 1fl! T A. Jennings, of Pensa- a reasonably board education.! Prof. tion. It was reported in court that several witnesses rebuttal side lights, ropes.' anic, etc, for $400 Agent E. V. E. Adams was found the statement that the preponderance -
r'fl .L! i N, m the city taking in the fair William Lockwood. a Canadian representative Paul Schehan, a Columbia college student -the most important! being a colored r i while two small life boats brought bound and a bullet wound in his leg. of the testimony was against

5: 1 r.'n, winr: old friendships, he ha- declared that agricultureranks one of the men shot, is in a woman, who heard words about some |I about $;;0. The Misses Morasso were He says he fired on the robbers and them. There can be no question that
that short,
,' r"" "Itrhresided! hn'oa.SHl' ;. with algebra geography, and critical condition.SixtyHorse six hundred dollars and his was father | the highest bidders on a quantity of was wounded in the return fire, and _the trial was conducted with fairness
history the common :[ between defendant new canvass and rope and secured it then beaten when he tried to give,the and justice to alL J
as among
n: ago menU branches that should be taught in the for $140. alarm. I The Other Cases. .
1 it'i i iiint Mr Jennings would make :[was to rebut Christmas' testimony with t .
k public schools. i Various other articles together I There is a great deal of interest tn -t ti
c ''II(I *'J\"nor or Florida, and that that there was no difference betweenhe ; sold, runningthe
stores, were 17 CASES .
I : 'j 8 INJURED I IN Defense immedi- some i the other cases to be tried. The case .. \.
discovered number of infiu- and his father.
a vessel and equipmentup
total for the f-
CITY of Harlan. and Hilton
l' MONTGOMERY Huggins was -
', "D j m this section who would : ately tried to impeach witness testi to-about $300. ARE AT QUARANTINE '
: probably the weakest of any, but It ; j
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'i I' give him their COUNCIL HAS ROW mony.
for in about
support The Olivari is lying seven
: trial first because of the
was put
'1.1' o'clock Mr. Kehoe began Baltimore Md., Nov. 24.-the Brit. on
At eleven
I t. Since that time many of feet of water near the Escambla mill fact that conspiracy charge allowed
'i'f! papers of the state have By Associate Press. I his argument to the jury. formerly the Wright mill and thereis lab steamship Wilderoft Is held at a I
S 4-The R : with seventeen of the fullest scope to an investigationof
i th? suggestion very heatily. Montgomery. Ala., Nov. = city about five feet of water in her hold.It quarantine cases that character 1_ i
'n' council to-day discussed the Jim Crow SULTAN'S CHIEF fever aboard, though the exact natureof
questioned of her
on the subject I If is stated that one portion
i I The jury after reaching a verdicton i
; which tied the street the malady has not yet been ascertained .
; ordinance
:- Jennings said he had re- up ,; ,J I IAUTORACES IS SUSPECTED.By hull Is damaged, but otherwise she Is !
t Friday night, passed a resolution
and roundly criticised it is not believed to be yellow
':uinv hundreds of cars yesterday f condition. She I* "
letters from f I in fairly good of thanks to United States Marshal ;
for enforcing rigidly: fever and is probably chagres fever.
Teague i
: Mayor
about fifteenor
residing inarious parts of Associated Press. wooden hull vessel and I r rT. F. McGourln for the many courte. 1
-, < tncouraging him to make that law when other ordinances are Power Car' Constantinople, :Nov. 24.-1t became ;( twenty years old. ''sies be had shown the jury during! r t
and that hundreds of men not observed. Several aldermen denounced known to-day that the explosion of ; It is not known what disposition Mr. that the
the session was spent in an 'examination the ten days body was In his ,
-onally tendered him their Montgomery: pap-s* for Crashes Into Crowd of the bomb in the Pera quarter last' DiLustro will make of the bark, but regarding the condition of Grace i I''custody, and for the excellent accommodations

'.wt; ho said, he has nof yet criticising race aggregation me.Eures.: : Thursday was the second alleged at- it was stated on the waterfront yes- Brown's body after it was taken from he had secured for them

'::, hi*, mind what h(> will do. ALLEGED SHOP LIFTERS! I!| Spectators. tempt to assassinate Fehmi Pasha terday afternoon that he had made the water. "'which, of course, pleased that genial ,' '
:'Preciate the chief cf the secret police of the palace. i for another party. ..
kindly feelings: ARRESTED AND JAILED ;i' his !, the purchase Instead of presenting the case to gentleman immenselv. ,
(I I't'r bomb exploded near carriage J
.! \ s'ncerely. said Mr. By Associated Press. ,
.the jury to-day as planned the lawyers
'.' ..---. bin I want it distinctly im-:: (;i Two youthful alleged shop lifters Philadelphia Nov. :24.-Eight per- and two spectators were hurt. who The!I TRIAL FOR MURDEROF in the Gillette murder case found I IAGRICULTURE IN
. r: thai I last night and sons were injured three probably fatally police claim they have the man
.. am not seeking the were arrested placedin themselves about half throughthe
but there is GRACE i
\1 :' .y -e. tho matter is suffl- the police station.: They were Carrie : at the automobile races at Point threw the bomb
evidence when at
'(":,',.:--,: ,111 'M,. futui: to permit me Pair and Etta Dlvls both colored Breeze, this city, this afternoon. scepticism whether or not by the exploi i i! Associated Press. noon. It looks as if court the case adjourned will last I I Associated_ Press. -.5 i

't-111:1' to tlt'dtlt'l i ij .' and under: the ages of fifteen years. When rounding the sixth lap in the don was not engineered with a view of im-i i Kerkimer, N. Y, Nov. 24.-In a another entire week. A hundred wit Sidney, N. S.. Nov. 24.-Commander .
'-, I J"nnir./, / nil r turn to Pensaht -,j They are charged witn appropriating fifty mile race, a sixty horse powerracing pasha himself, with his brief session to-day the state failed to nesses are held here and not allowed : and Mrs. Peary leave for 5ec .--.
: 'O-Iorr!.! \\_ is delighted with some articles that were on display car crashed through the rail- pressing the sultan the impprjtance t reach me evidence of the physician to leave town when they have told York by rail Monday expecting to '
of palace police'and
; !:1.11. :tU j aavs that the growth of in the Kress store. Both gave ing Into the crowd of spectators. The as chief continuance of In the Gillette murder case. :Most of their stories as the lawyers want them I'I Ioa !reach Boston Tuesday night tad NJTojfc (
1\& ; *ince hls last Tisit here tour\;bond for their appearance in the municipal -j driver and the mechanic were also securing a tmjpcrial (t the session was taken from the :water. band to be recalled at any timo. I Wednesday: I :
favolr 'f
aso is simply marvelous." )I court, Monday morning. J hurt. _. '--_' \ ._ 1 1L

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i most complete city to ,,
I i55-inch; Imported Suiting at $1. Shadowed Plaids, black and white, $1. $5 and $6. ;\

I ; select from. 54-inch Broadcloth at $1, $1.25 and Pekin Stripes at $1. Fancy Blankets, full size .at $1. ;

; Silk from 50c up to $2.50. $1.50. ,, Alabastrant Silk at $1.50. Plaid Blankets, full size, at $10. ;

, Fur and Velvet Caps 75c'to $3.50. ;56-inch) Shelma Cloth at $1.50. Messalnes Silk at $1.

,. 40-inch French Dratea at $1. 27-inch China SilKs at $50. Cotton Fabric, Wool Finish.

:US-inch Crepe de Paris at $1. '36-inch Black Taffeta Silks at $1 and I
L. THE SWELL DRAPERY. Exact copies of high-price wool 'J
Mohair Luster at 85c, .$1, ,$1.25 and $1.25.
I: 36-inch lap Drapery, Silk, at $1. $1.50. i Peau de Soie Silk at $1., $1.25 and goods. ;

; 48-inch Goberlin Drapery at 175. 38-inch Crepe de Albatross in colors $1.50. Henly Serge Wool Finisb.l5c to 25c

I .i 48-inch Satin Tapestry at $1. at GOc. t. '4. Black Shontung Silk at $1.50. the yard.

36-inch Hindoo Cloth 25c. 38inch'ool Plaids, extra fancy, at : Crepe de Cheine at $1.25. Arnold s special Wool Finish at 20c

( j 36-inch Silkoline, lOp to 15c. 50c. 40-inch Silk Downe at $1.25. the yard.

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TilE .night. Mr. Julian Walker Is a brotherof I A NEW DISCOVERY I III ,
1 JOURNAL'S BIGPAPER I IJi Mr. J. 0. Waiter of Pensacola. I
$ I Mr. Ferdinan Dunkley, who accompanies i For Mending Torn Garments Without
Sewing I or Snowing. Did It Ever Happen
:Mr. Walker, has been a resident
WHITE CONTRACTIt : of New Orleans for the past I to YoufAccidently tear your garment. What ExtraQrdinary Special Sale I
five He is and musical
I years. president ,did you do? Well, you took a need] and
director of the New Orleans Choral 'tried to sew it together after which it
Symphony Society, organist of St.Paul's 'I was unsatisfactory. The garment was
t i I.,= :, co:: : :: :: : :::: :::: ::: : : : : ,=!I' (Episcopal) church, the Touro i result.ruined and Mr you MAGIC rave MENDER it away. mends That's any the
Buys 128 Tons, or Over a Synogogue and musical director of the I kind of garment without sewing so you I IN SUITS CLOAKS SKIRTS SHIRTWAISTS ETC.
1 AMUSEMENTS. Newman Manual Training School.Mr. can't tell they were ever torn. Package ,
I mailed with full instructions on receiptof
: Quarter Million Pounds, 1! ,: .. : Henry \Vehmann is also a mu- 15 cents to I Ii .AT THE
sician of note and has won from time
for Next Year. ;! Julian Walker Tomorrow Night. I i P. O. Box M.353.M. FEINGOLD Pensacola. Da., I a

I I Mr. Julian Walker and his able as- ,1 READY -TO -WEAR STORE.

WHAT sistants will have cause to feel flat I: _
IT COSTS FOR WHITE tered from the reception that awaits

PAPER, INK, POSTAGE AND DELIVERY them on the occasion of their song p :, ;- < For this week, commencing Monday, Nov. 25, we will inaugurate a Special

FOR 12 MONTHS WITH A d alit Reduction Sale in all our Suits, Cloaks, Skirts and Shirtwaists -

o CIRCULATION LIKE THE JOUR- 3 etc. Read every item carefully.

NAL'S. 50 Ladies' Suits in navies, grays, pony and Norfolk effects, I

The Journal has just made a con- < x i ty ti "fYi I I'j semi and tight fitting. Former price $12 for Monday only
tract for the white paper which it will .. Ij ,
use,during the coining :year-or rather 5r, i j $8.90
for a portion of the paper which it
will use, for The Journal will probably ? 50 Misses' Suits. They come in all the leading shades,
consume more paper than the contract ? :$ h I
calls for. Some figures regarding this ? ; elegantly tailored in loose and tight-fitting jackets Former

I' contract, showing: as they do the immense .

;, Journal's amount great circulation of paper which requires The 'c"a _____ ___ :S I Before PlungingInto price- $12, for this week only i I

will prove very interesting.Few tailoring investment it is $9.50
f'" people have any idea of the well to canvass the situation. .
r great amount of white paper which a qwr thoroughly. One lot of All-Wool; Suits in all colors l elegantly made.
like The Journal If is Inter-
newspaper a man sufficiently
f of the great coat of the paper Ink ested about his clothes to go toa Former price $J8 and $20 for this week only
postage, and delivery which it calls F tailor-then he wants a "fit"
for. I That's the paramount issue. $114.50 '
r Over 1,000 Miles'of Paper. I Style, finish and individualityalso
The contract which The Journal \ occupy important consldar- 100 All-Wool Coats 52 inches long loose fitting and
has Just made calls for nine car:: loads Mr. Henri Wehmann, With Mr. Julian\ ation. Some tailors can supply ;

_- or 128 512 tons rolls of of white 500 pounds roll paper.each ThisIs or Mr. House Julian To-morrow Walker, Basso:Nightrecital Opera Walker The, To-morrow Opera Hct-ss.Night at jority these can't requirements. . .. big. ...ma-... I elegantly made. Former price $6. For this week only
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; ever a quarter of a million pouuds, in Pensacola tomorrow night We positively guarantee our 98
and unwound and to time many tauiei.-- garments to embody every feat- .
placed end to end, itI This will be a great event for loversof

I: would Inches form wide,a and white 1,021 paper miles ribbon In length 31, --good. music-and--those -who--- -heard--- -- lis such almost a combination impossible or to musician imagine: : a expected ure that can in the can highest reasonably grade be of 100 Cravenettes, loose_ and tight fitting; in all colors.
perfect entertainment as will be tailorIng-and more.
r or sufficient New York.to reach from Pensacolato had here tomorrow night That's satisfaction-Isn't It? Former price $J JJ.5X( For Monday only .
: It will Ordered Holiday Togs yet
require eight barrels or two
.. tons of ink to print this 1024-mile "..:.i h i ':-r / : The Jewell Kelly Co. Our assortment offers a big $8.49 t
paper ribbon, and the ink and the < : Mr. Jewell Kelly and his popular field for selection. I
paper together will weigh 130 tons orGO.OOO I .f. f' '.i ,,. str-ck company will be the Thanksgiving "'\"e'n save you on pri (>s. 50 Children's Coats 5 to J2 Splendid for
i*>unds. attraction at the Pensacola Opera Suits Tailored to Taste I ages garments

.v Aggregate Cost. '. i i-.ouse, presenting the beautiful play, all occasions. Former price $6 to $7. For Monday only I
The cost of this white paper ink, ( "Uttle Lord Fauntlerdy" at the matinee $20 to $60. !:
the postage for mailing and the car ,. and "Jesse James" at night. i iI $5.00
riers for city delivery, will aggregate No more popular company than the I

'r the White following paper unprinted figures: .. .$0.400 O,) :above During has their ever engagement played in here Pensacola.several; PERSON o"GARDNER 100 Skirts in black, navies, gray and brown, beautifully .
Ink weeks ago they made many friends TAILORS U Brent
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Postage .. .. ," .. ? .. 1,200 00() t ,, who will be pleased to welcome them (Into;roratcd. i I pleated and elegantly made. Former price $5 to $6. For
r Carriers :: ., .. .. .clr 1"1 back. FRANK D. GARDNER, Manager.
-- On Thursday night ladies ,will l>e Monday only .
g Total. .. .. .. ..110,440 00 rn ,admitted free under the usual conditions '
II It is only when reduced to flirur i if seats are reserved at Coe's I- $4.49
and itemized as above that people I Book Store, before six o'clock. This Escambla Lodge. No. 15, F. & A. M.
r who are not themselves in the business will be linrtfed to the first 200 seats' Special communication, of Es-.
I No. 15 F. & A.M
., carob Lodge :
can ('omprehendhat : for Thanksgiving matinee, and nlaht SHIRTWAISTS.We
an exl o will\ r* hc,1 W Jne day .
t >ense the publication of a paper like: performance will go en tale Wednesday \ t-wnicg. o\-Iw.r 3 tli. at I
The Journal requires. And these' at 9 a. m. So be sure and get dreree. VisiUn':'::::0 o'clock.Vork brethren: fraternally;; in E. In-A. have just received a big shipment of White Waists in
1.- figures it must be borne in mind are,, there early." \- <". 1>. I'.ETEK.V. .
I[_ limply for the items stated. They do *. G. DAUiGY. W. M. Madras also piques splendidly made well worth $1.50 but
net include any of the expenses connected "The Virginian"The SecretaryKnights ,
with the editorial, business!: or absorbing story of "The Virginian : for this week they will at
mechanical departments of the paper. ," the love of sweet Molly Wood, of Pythias. go
They represent, In fact only about 20 her jealousy of the setting hen Emily Pensacola!' ire regular. No.meeting:3, K.Monday of- S8e.
: per cent of The Journal's annual ex and the tragedies of State and i P. will night hold l November 28 t;. at 7:30
:j penses, or merely that part of the ?:30.-; Tratapas) will be realistically presented {I o'clock. important business.
flOO.OO which The Journal must collect Mr. Ferdinand Dunkley, With Mr. by Dustin Farnum and the Nominations Representatives.' for officers! Everymember and A big reduction on all our Wool and Silk Waists. Askto
t and 12 months' Kirke LaShelle at the opera Grand "
expend during company
opera be prt-SE'nt.
To-morrow NightMr. regatzted< to M.d
Julian Walker
tton.I' house next Saturday. visiting brethren cordially 'invited to see them. You are cordially invited.
It costs money to run a newspaper Walked last year will no doubt This fascinating idyl! of the pioneer tel LER.E.. }K.t. K.JEX S.. ARD, C. C. .
nowadays and as shown above white want to hear him again tomorrowCatarrh west will undoubtedly be cordially l. I10R
I' paper, ink, and delivery constitute one I _ u _. __._ welcomed by the many who have read MEETING.Regular. I It
of the chief items of expense. the book and who have come to love conclave of I The Ready-to-Wear
f. i this cowboy hero of Owen Wister's \r Coeur de Lion Cozn- Store,
RETRACTION MADE; 'creation and who have not had an wander Number 1,1
; SUIT WITHDRAWN I Whether it is of the nose! ,throat,stomach, opportunity to see his stage present- Knights Templar at I I30 IW d
I bowels,or more delicate organs,catarrh U ment.rhe Virginian" has capturedthe ';'- p. nu:6th., Monday.Bal I 27 S. Palafox St. Falk & Frieder
in uncertain way November
public fancy no
Py Associated Press. alwayi debilitating and should never fall of / .
and has' one of the most pop- loting and work In the
Philadelphia. Nov. .t.-"Lewls Em.f I attention.It proven ':iij .
ular of the west that have RC. degree. Sojourning I
Jr.. fusion ticket plays early AF '
ery. candidate of the :zw;; ;; -
i*a discharge from the mucous mem --1
f In the recent campaign, who was sued; ever been offered! for their approval. t Sir Knightsare I
brine when kept in state of Inflammation .
.I, c a Dustin Farnum created and sine plays courteously Invited.IIENRT I
by State Senator McNIchol for chargIng '
by in Impure, commonly scrofulous con. W. GIBBS, WE BUY THE VERY tHERE. '
him with bribery in connection the nameless cowboy. in which he has i C. E. I TRY I! li't:
with his election as speaker of the dition of the blood. won well deserved praise. His pore BEST WESTERN MEATS; 223. THE

Ii. house ago, to-day of representatives publicly retracted five years his Hood'sSarsaparillaCures pronounced trayal of this a living exacting personification role has book.been of THANKSGIVING, EGGS, & ETC.TURKEYS E. M. POOLEY, POULTRY -,!|AND THEREFORE IT IS !'MEAT MARKET I ', t
t statement and the suit was withdrawn. the Virginian as known in !BROS. PROPS. '
McXichol had surd for $250.000 dam- all forms of catarrh radically and The supporting company is promised WHOLESALE COMMISSION DEAL-[IMPOSSIBLE TO GET t :-. i
i' permanently removes the cause and to be notable one, including almost ER. COR. CHASE AND DEVILLlCft : .,
$ tees and had also instituted a suit a 1211. ANY TOUGH MEAT t LfJiI'r"'l"i
r 1 charring criminal libel. t overcome all the effects. Get Hood'. .jj I all of the original cast STREETS. PHONE i .. Subscribe for i i ,..a"


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rand 30, Days H IidaySaIeI 1 aw Ill

ID1oncing Monday Morning, Nov. 26th, Promptly at 8 o'clock1' : .

We are prepared to make this the most memorable holiday season in

Special, 8 to 9 O'clock, Only.ladies' Ii the history of Pensacola.! 'Our' purchases "useful and attractive Holiday Special, 9 to 10 O'CI OCk,. 0(n 1 y. ; .

Goods have been simply enormous, and:in addition! to which, we bought '4'; +
five cases of Sample DollsCollar and Cuff Boxes, Glove and Handkerchief One Lot t of f ladies 5 .Sample I RainCoats ;

Percale and Madras ShirtwaistsWorth Boxes, etc., from one of the l leading importers< at one-third off. These 4. I p

will go on sale Monday at special cut prices._ in Oxfords f Only I s.

1SOO Sample Dolls at 1-3:Less Than Value.
75 cents each. ? Special Bargains for One Hour Only. ,
Ask to see DOROTHY, the Doll l Queen. This handsome doll beautifully :

To go at less than cost of material, for dressed in light blue Japanese silk':w th.lace and pearl trimmings 95 each l

one hour only, at" WILL BE GIVEN AWAY',ON CHRISTMAS( EVE to the fortunate little VN

girl holding the winning number in theDoll_ competition.All .
'' One Jot of Ladies' Belts a sample line in Velvet Corduroy ;
our little girl friends are especially invited to meet QUEEN r.

25c. each. DOROTHY and,her' army of doll. babies i "now on display our Holiday and Kid to go for less money than the cost of the ,

Department. buckle, for one hour only. i

As a result of our immense purchases of Holiday Goods&, we are:forced to sacrifice other lines to make room for display. t.t t

Come Monday and every day next 'week to the Big Holiday Bargain Sale.A .



BARGAINS IN WAISTS. BARGAINS IN COATS. BARGAINS IN SUITS. I SPECIAL SILK BARGAINS. Special Dress Goods Bargains.15c Special Miscellaneous Bargains. k 4

60 Sample Waists made of mer- J 5.00 Tourist Coats In gray or 15.00 Gray Plaid Jacket Suits LadieS and Misses .36-in. Pagoda Taffeta Silks, all Cashmere and Persian Cotton Boys Madras and Percale ShirtWaists '4
cerized Poplin, in blue green brown Chevron Worsted, Velvet black velvet collar and buttons, : colors, regular quality, specialfor Challies, special for .. .. u 8J%c. worth 39c and SOc, to ii '
and white, worth $1.00 each, collar cuffs and piping and buttons Jacket satin lined plaited skirt, I .. .. .. .. *. .. .. .. .. .59c. 38-inch New Dane Mohair Suit- close out a broken lot we say ..15c : I
special .. .. .. .. .. .., ..69c. fox: Monday! only ,.. ,.- ..$2.95 special for Monday.. .... .. ..$7.95 Ready-to-Wear Hatsat 36-inch Black Imperial Taffeta ings In cream, black or blue, 50 dozen: Ladies' Jeweled Back i
J)50 Mercerized 'Pongee Waists, $16.50 Ladies Tailor Suits in man less than half- Silk $1.3' value, for u .. ..98c. worth 40, special for .. .. .* ..29c. Combs, 50c value special for .25c. 'TI i
J9.00 Black Light Weight Kersy nish 85c New Mannish Tweed Suit-
made stylishly with fine tucks Coat or short jacket lOc
and pearl buttons, in white or Jacket with velvet collar also styles in Panama or unfinished price. Bargain In new and stylish Plaid lugs .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..49 extra, special wide Torchon.. .. .Lace. .. .Inserting .-.5c t.:11 I t
Mack, special for %. .. .. ..$1.19 in tan, special Monday. .. ..$5.95 worsted in gray, blue or black, Silk at .....49c, age, S8o & $1.19 One lot of Imported Tweed and $1.00 .104 Blankets,. apedal, f '
.. .. .. Fancy Suitings, worth $1.50 ; pair. $530
Jl ii! Mercerized special for Monday $13.50 On Mondai rooming, we up
Pongee Waists '1000 Tourist Coats in gray or One lot of Wo quality neat style 75c Fleeced Gating Petticoats or < : '
$20.00 Cloth Suits in blue black per yard agents sample pieces
J buttonhole, embroidered, black and plaid, with black velvet piping stylishly made, with braid and will dose out the Wants Dress Silks special for .. .. .35c. at .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .69c. Black Setters special .. .. ..49c

tn tucked white a,great at ..bargain.. ..; in;... ..$1.49 and Monday collar..and,. cuffs... ., special.. for..$8.90 buttons also stylish green and of our big purchase of Best 50c Velveteens for Shirt 250 double width Ombre Plaid.. 'Black Setteen, special*.. t.. ..49c. 4,
? u. mixtures, satin Suitings, choice styles for .18c. .
t S00{ Black Embroidered and lined gray, a special bargain jackets at ....$19.90 Simple Hals regardless of Waists, in all colors.special..39c. $L50 Broad Cloth In black and at .. .. .. .. .. .\ *.. .t. -..8fzc.! '
: Tucked Batiste Waists special $2.39S $12.50 Covert Box Coat self cost. See the lots 75c Boulevard for all the colors special '
$25.00 Cloth and Wonted Suits bargain Corduroy popular Mill Ends of 6c and 7o Calicoes
$: '>!11 Black Taffeta Silk Waists strapped, castor, with braid, and for buttons .. beautifully made in brown blue, at 4ge. 9Se" $1.39 andE2.90 Waists, special .. .. '.. .. ...890.I per yard .. ._ .. .. ,... .. ..$1.1'9FOOT to go at .. .. .. .. .. .. ..3%c. -
.special .. .. .., .. T. .;$2.95 only special $8.95 or ,black, jackets lined with ..
JaOO Taffeta Silk "Waists, beautiful $15.00 Black Kersy Coats, stitchedand Skinner satin, velvet and braid each. Your money '
trimmed in tucks: folds satin piping special .. ..$10.90 trimming a great bargain at 17.50 back if boa can match them New Plaid Belts, New Jeweled Belts New Leather Bags New Beaded Bags, New Jt 1, ,
buttons. in black, white and $30.00 French Cloth Suits, in blue I j'l
na\v special . .. ., .. ...$3.95 $9.00 Rain-proof Coats oxford brown or black, very handsomely at double the price. Handkerchief and Glove Boves, New Jeweled Back Combs, all at Special Bargain I .f , t6.50 Plaid Taffeta Silk Waists only, strapped and braided, a made, trimmed in braid and I .t 'I j
stylishly made a bargain at ...$4.69 special bargain for, ..- .. .. $6.95 buttons, a great bargain at $24.90 I Prices. i.11'., I i.. .

THANKSGIVING SALE OF LINENS away below regular prices. One case of mill ends of Bleached Table u I h-1

"" Damasks, just in, ranging from 2 to 3 yards in each piece, to go on sale Monday at less than original cost. 'fl f

Drummers' Sample Dresser Scarfs Lunch Cloths and Hemstitched Table Cloths, at sp cialcutprices. k '? J J 'If'I '.


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DR. ALICE' W. HERMAN der repairs at the railway, is about '
r CHIROPODIST.Room ready to again go into commission. CRADLE, ALTAR AND GRAVE BALL !

; 301,, Brent Building '3d Floor. Peter K. Nelson 01 this city was !_
It's Your All corns bunions ingrowing nails, removed pleasantly surprised Friday by the arrival
curing a scientifically specialty. without pain.24octlm Mani- of his brother Egil Nelson, of I Pollard and :Millie Ann Coe; Miles ;f
Chicago, whom he had not seen for Record of Marriages, Births East and Laura Allen; Ridden fi'
seventeen years. The latter is-a fur- Stonumn and Mary Beard; Adolphus SCHOOL
Business R. K. WHITE rier and taxedermlst and expects to and Deaths During Past Gilmore and Irene Robinson; Willie VersusPENSACOLA y
atcl-matter.Mant.l2curingJw ler.and Graduate go into business In Pensacola. Kelly and Cassey B. Collins; John t
t plician.. SO S. P .I'OI' Street Pensacila Fla. Seven Keyser and Ethel Franklin. HIGH SCHOOLTHANKSGIVING
New Suit Filed. : "
The following new suit was filed Births..
to Buy Clothing yesterday in the office of the clerk,of \lllte-To Jack Hooton and wife, '
Tersely ToldJ. the circuit court: 0 -following is the record of mar a girl; to a Ilefler and wife, a girl; DAY, :liJl L
Jesse French Piano &: Organ:: Co. vs. riages births and deaths, as are of to Chas. Van Metre_ and wife, a boy; ?
,w w.L.6 II. O'Neal 'and X. 'R. Leigh, Jr., Singer Sewing Machine Co., attach- record In the offices of- the county to Chas. W. Simmons and wife a boy.
.of Brewton, were In the city ye terI ment, damages $400-R. P. Reese, at- judge and city clerk: t I Colored-To Freddie Woods and Palmetto Beach 3:30 o'clock : I..
I torney for plaintiff.You'll. Marriages. wife, a girl; to Richard Houston and'wife : p. m. }

where you can get the day.W.. B. McPhail, a prominent citizenof White-Gea Alexander and Rebecca, a boy; to Chas. Walker and, .
I ; wife, girl to Perry Foster and wife
greatest possible valuesfor Florala, Is in the city on a short Cristwell; Harrie L. Frater and Carrie; a girl. No Tickets Sold at Park. Tickets taken up on f't f
business visit. E. D'Aleinberte; J. C. Gunter and Pol- !
your money, to buy Be ly:Brown; John Angus ,and Alice.Ar-"I Deaths.WhiteCaroline Cars. Purchase tickets before boarding Cars.Clmisl :
Among the business visitors to the nold McLellan. !. O'Neal, 53 years.Bright's .
clothing that is uptodate I city yesterday were T. J. Peterson, of Colored-Ed. Horton and Mattie i. disease; Infant of Raymond i011 SO ctEj-::
i Foley, Ala., and D. D. Miles, of Falco, Welts; Armstead Wadkin and Emma,, Waters and ,wife, stillborn; John 0
made well, fits well I
Ala ,
SorryIf Kent; Ran Burnette and Ethel Dun- Milan 45 years tetanus.

and looks well. ,(Idown ship Harbinger was towed ham; Walter Raper and Mary Brown;. Colored-Ellen debility. Baker 56 years ..................... ...............t............... .
to the navy yard yesterday Calvin Dorsey and Bell Frost; SamsonKANDY general I l' 5=
It's Our Businessto 'inhere she will discharge,- caigo of :

supply you with just rock ballast ,- you fail to examine our you less than half this amount, in I The New Shoe Store i l'
The steamer Clara Mendel from Mobile KITCUEN'S. I I fact, you can get a dinner there for
that kind of clothing at and the Delta from Gulfport, are stock before making your the whole family at less than what
expected to reach here to-day to take .it will cost you for that turkey alone. t
the' lowest possible price. I bunker coaL purchases of BIG SUCCESSjBECOMI I And what Is served at the Kandy ?
SID Kitchen is always of the very best. It Extends f
to $35 buys a I
good ,
I Jack Reese, formerly of this city I is appetizingly prepared and daintily Greetings J'
fitting, well tailored but now of New Orleans, where he Is PERFUMESWe served. ,
II with the Fairbanks Scale Co., Is in G THE
I I Therefore, why not have pity ono
suit the city business and
on a combined
here. I' PENSACOLA-THE To its friends and and wishes
,pleasure visit. PLACE IN your purse and your digestion and many patrons,
I have all the leading take your Thanksgiving dinner ther Z to their show windows t ;
Let's get together. I i E. 1 SERVICE CONSIDEREDABOVE j'I announce that big
Mosher. the chief mogul-what- without the worry of preparing it.
makes and domestic
II ever that is-of the little settlementof imported COMPETI- This establishment is the best : are ready and that their stock is complete i
Cromanton on St. Andrews Bay comprising all the popular equipped In Pensacola. They employ : Union-made shoes of all kinds at living pri :1-J
!,was In'the city yesterday en route to TION. I the best Cooks, best waiters buy the : '
New Orleans where he goes to visit odors. I best meats, the best vegetables, best f ces.. Come in and look around
S STANDARD CLOTHING roo. one about of his two children.weeks. He will returnIn [ Thanksgiving Day is near at hand best fruits drinks.best ,groceries This is and no Idle serve boast the if you don't want to. Shoes arriving daily. # '

UIEIESEN vO. Dr. A. T. Brenton of Sac City, Iowa,I 'IN BULK and the question that Is worrying Is but a statement based on absolute I S f

L but,'this who spends county his where winters he has at some Roberts what to have for that dinner, and how "facts.The Kandy Kitchen's Ice cream has | RIERA SHOE CO. : :

-.- property, was in the city yesterday.Dr. .I The goad kind by the to make that dinner Inexpensive., long been the talk of the town. It Is i j.4 i ithe I
Brentcn is just recovering froma Right here is the place for a time- simply delicious. Their cakes are the
SPECIAL PRICES IN long attack of rheumatism and he ounce. Also package goods. ly _suggestion.Why acme of perfection, and their soda
CUT BUSS AW HOLIDAY JEWELRY hopes -before the winter Is over to be Cologne, Toilet Waters not leave this worry 'to those water Is without a rival All the new I Cor. Palafox and RomanaI i r r
served and .
I drinks are
\W- entirely well again. and up-to-date 1
A. Gahlenbeck 213 S. Pa'aOl Sic for whom it Is intended
!"-- The fishing schooner Cavalier, which Sachet Powders, etc.. Capti- The Kandy Kitchen can do this start everything to finish.else They Is have up-to-date already from established -I 1 I Phone 1532 i ]! .
J solve the
and problem
has been undergoing repairs at the vating odors at worrying for you reputation on oyster
surprisinglylow a
fer'.e QRTON. &SI.CE. BELL ISli marine railway for some days, came easily because solved its their other business dinner I loaves and those who have to take J .MM.M.....MM.. M..+........................ ...+ I- ;j
u. FJ9allal one
along side of the wharf of Saunders problems and they can solve yours.A ---- ---- -
&; COL, where she is'taking on supplies Agents Whitman's Candies. turkey will cost you two or three enjoy them. I tJ
Is modernIn holidays leave Their charges are always
department orders with tuec: reasonable
there and order Their pastry
can go
and ice. preparatory' to sailingfor dollars yet you
If don't and cake_will be time Drop In or phone 999 and
FINE the fishing grounds. The schooner .the swellest dinner you ever had every respect, and you your there on .1 your 1 Of'
PHOTOGRAPHS. The Crystal with cake baking.fot and in first class style. order will receive prompt attention.
Pensacola. Fla. Minnie W. which has also been un- Pharmacy. I I'l for Thanksgiving day pond it will cost want to bother af


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naval station there Is no reason why sired but'h-are mighty* few of i otk,

New Orleans should not be to the them that do It i I

VEbe J n utola 1joufnal south what Newport News, Nor'Ik In Escambla county the people
and Brooklyn are to the Atlantic sea what I
board. never had any means of knowing

the county commissioners were doing' We Commenced Business
There was really no occasion for
with their money until Tne Journal
= this reference to Pensacola. In the
began the practice of publishing the
Ant place, the recent storms.have not ,
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY In the 'leaSt affected Penaacola'sclaims finance committee's report but even

that does not cover the ground as
...BY... or advantages for a great gulf One Year .
completely it should. Just Ago
naval>> station; and in the second place,

THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK if New Orleans cannot,attract govern I The next legislature should pass a

mental attention ,on her own merits I law compelling the county commissioners -

L. MAYES President and General' Manager she has no business trying to pull to publish the proceedings of

! ,. down or libel the claims of rival har I every meeting held and to publishonce This month. We were a small office,.then:""' with no prestige ) 2A 3C
statement of
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. a month a detailed established trade to on. Now a
or go ,
bors.The all their expenditures or patronage, ..
-- storm which swept Pensacolawas **** -
Escambia county's new delegationto within twelve months, we'have' .. Y-
SUBUCRIPTION RATES the only one of the kind in the *' d
the ct whom {lathe >
On Year .. .. ..........Iff 00 One Month .. .. .? .. .. 4K known history of this port and such legislature one -t!' .
Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One'Week. .. .. .. .. '.. 10 a one may never occur again. The present attorney for the board of J
Three Months; .. .. .. 125 county commissioners and who is in a ; ; ;
Weekly Edition per lear. $! CO same kind'of a blow Is just as apt to The Best Equipped Job Printing O.riiPeNsacoa .f
poslton to appreciate the need of a ,
strike New Orleans as Pensacola andIt ,. .
law t>f this kind, are Invited to give
The Only PentacolM Newspaper From Which a Detailed would do equally as much and probably latest Type Faces S-
this subject their thoughtful consideration with the Most
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured greater proportionate damage to ,

the shipping of that harbor as was y

-Y- done,here. Western Union's Treatmentof Largest ,Force of Expert Workmen, Biggest_ Pay Rolland Yej -.

tlaft, {Edno.l! seems 38 I Papers_en Sal on Trains Simply because Pensacola happenedto

Bulneti' Offict 1(00 and at all News Stands. be in the track of:a hurricane and Pensacola.The 8the Biggest Business of any Job Office in the city. I

which Pensacola is
New Orleans did not, does not constitute : treatment -

and has receiving at the' hands
ffC-! *>-JoU1'1'' Building-Corner> Intendenoia and DeLuna Sta. either a reason why the same
of the Western Union Telegraph .
thing would happen to Pensacola '
Company and the service which' this .' twelve months and is
again or why New Orleans Is likely I This has all been accomplished

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 25, 1906. to escape the next one. No harbor is' city is getting can be properly char of. But proud as we are of
record we are
j' acterized word rotton. a
I safe from .such. .unforseen. disturbances by only one 0
'The poor gobbler has four more The Matter ofGubernatorial and the same kind of a blow And when the amount of money that,

days of grace. anywhere else would be equally as which the Western Union annually
Succession.If .
it's disastrous as it was here. takes out of Pensacola is consideredin
The Atlanta Journal thinks a

long Castellane that has no turning. vacate Governor his office Broward Park should Trammell die or of deep Pensacola, and perfectly harbor: landlocked is commodious, and we connection get the with situation the Is service even.which worse We Are More Proud of the Fine \Work WHIYour

Poor Caruso has been convicted. He |Lakeland would at once become; governor when a port like New Orleans, where than it would ordinarily appear. d Money

should not have played the monkeyIn but if Senator Trammell should none of the larger naval vessels can We are not making any criticism'ofthe ,

a monkey house.Thanksgirng Ii die or resign the presidency _of the enter with safety and where some' men or employees in charge of the

and then Christmas, senate before the governor left his cannot enter at all, publishes so dam-: local office-they evidently nave which t tt
|i office, who then would become the I which we have turned out and of the
and then-it will be time to settle aging a statement as that which we enough to put up with in their relationS ,

down t? work again. 'chief executive of the state? have quoted it Is time to call a halt. I with the. company without ;1 it has given to our customers. Now, we want still more

Our constitution makes no provision New Orleans is, to say the least j having to bear complaint at our t, a business-we want YOUR business-and we are OUT nnn AD

Marianna is preparing to have better for succession to office In this playing a very small part.
I hands. In fact, we believe that under t < AFTER that business. We agree to DELIVER YOUR
lights and an up-to-date} plantIs
the of the houseof
case beyond speaker
I They have a way of telling: things the' circumstances they are doing as is motto-and
DOW being installed for that city.Tampa's who follows the I WORK WHEN PROMISED-that our
representatives, in Tennessee that wouldn't work well well as anyone could very well do, and
president of the senate in the order i ; will be on the spot inside of ten min-
three daily papers are a .in all sections or the country. The I they we do not think are responsiblefor our representative mCKINRETIA

credit to the town but then Tampa is Hof' succession, but since the last general following paragraph appeared in the the miserable service which Is utes any time you telephone for him. -,,

Lard to beat on almost proposition. election there Is no speaker of '
any I' :Memphis' Commercial-Appeal 'yesterday being rendered.: ;
the house as the term of Albert Gil- '
: The company'has not enough men

Russian peasants hare been selling christ as a member of that body from Jade Reaves of the Hardeman Free at Pensacola to properly handle its LET US DO YOUR

DeSoto county, has expired and a new Press is raising cain because some of business here: Its office is a small, ; S'j !
their daughters into slavery. Peonage ;
the most popular brands of whisky 1
speaker will not be elected until the
dark, dirty hole inadequate to the demands -
laws in Nicholas's code must be a little placed on sale in' the leading saloons HOLIDAY PRINTING
next of the legislature. I
meeting _
loose. throughout the country, never saw a of the business and unfit in Ii

Should the governor die between distillery. Yet it is safe, to say that every way for employees to Inhabit or i Coi

Jerome has side tracked the That November and April of any even no brand of whisky would ever'see for the public to have to patronize.Its 1 Former
case again and now poor Harry won't..numbered year and. the president of the distillery if Jack saw it first. employees are both underpaid and PensacolaReaches

get to eat that Christmas dinner with'the 'senate should have resigned previously overworked, and there is nothing con-

his little wife. I Floridians would find themselves A Publicity Law nected with its policy in Pensacola A|

Senator Platt expressed himself'., without a chief executive and Should Be Enacted. that can commend it to tae public Mayes Printing Company

} without, a way to get one, at least on ,
very frankly on the question of his The State of Florida has a multiplicity or justify the treatment which its pa.
a' short notice: of laws bad i indifferent trons receive. HIS CAREER ON!
resignation. It was doubtless frankedby good, and
the telegraph companies. BE.'tweenovember 1897 and April i -but among them all there is no This subject is one which we respectfully 24 West Government Street Phone '181. DISTINGUISHEDSERVICE8'POR]
1898 had Goxernor Blotfiam died
adequate provision made for keepingthe commend to the consideration -"
The football heroes who have beenon would have placed in of the Chamber
: people posted as to the various expenditures of Commerce, the Vic.-Pr.atd.nt. Seo'J.T.u.
a diet since summer will go for just such a. position. The late Chas.J. Railroad President. -
of their public servants City Council and possibly the TOLD.
<_, the turkey with a coming appetite Perrenot of Santa Rosa county was FRED A. SWEET, Representative,
and the cost of state ana county government Commission. Pensacola has the reputation -
after the games next Thursday. president of the senate and Dannette: J Rear ,Admiral,
of being both indifferent and
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H. Mays, of Monticello, was speakerof who for that
New York Is practically without representation We refer particularly, however to long suffering, but this ia.one case In
the house at the session of 1S97, I ttBi"1nt. of the Pel
in the United States Sent county affairs as conducted by the which while. the.suffering has been -- has been placed onj
but during'the of that a
,( ate just now Too bad Roosevelt, is summer year county commissioners.: Tne work of I both long and Intense the indifference the navy, having
Perrenot : died and Mays's term expired -
not in a position to come to their the board of county commissioners is has passed the limit with those TURKEY limit. The rear act
In the following r iCovember leaving friends in Fw1sal"01
rescue. I more directly important to the taxpayers who are so unfortunate as to have to A GOOD- CHANCE
i Bloxham without a successor yard, who regret|
themselves than is the workof patronize the public service
After January 1 canned goods will should he have died in the interval I when he left here

have to bear labels telling exact between November and April.If all the other 'county officers combined to'which we,. refer.. SHOW. League bland n<*vy

ly what they are. This is hard on the a governor should!; resign under and .yet there is hardly 'a line Cheaper Gas In Mobile. is seldom given, and should be taken advantage of service Of Rear in the Admiral:nay[
on the statute books that providesfor
deviled ham fellow with a weak these conditions he could easily calla An announcement Is made to-day that -
and R
this is .
when see it and one Army Nary
any publicity regarding their con- you ) t
will be
stomach. special session of the legislatureand received with surprise and pleasure contained the: tc.w;;::
duct of the county's business.! by the people of Mobile. It Is no Come and see the fine cd.
a new president of the senate I FACT A prominent -::
The Atlanta ministers are hopelessly Nearly all states require the various -less than the posting of a notice by the FOR vice and on of 1 fan I Irwr
could be elected who would succeedto I Mobile Gas Company that they have reduced and
divided the
on question of callinga '
turkeys inspect my vcster
boards of county; commissioners retired ::
the vacatedhis Suits of clothes from $7.50 to $30. ,
prohibition election in that city. governorship, when he to publish a monthly statement of, the price of illuminating gas 25 I was transfcrr-d tie::
.'office, but the chances are that cents per thousand feet. This means that Florsheim and from market and tt:
Doubtless the CapUtal City Club could their proceedings, showing what they: after December 1 consumers will be sold Shoes, Snow, ,King Quality, up-to-date by operation al> O!
an occasion for this action will'never Francis WIl'.l o I
decide the question: for them. ." have actually done,,how ranch money; gas at the rate of $i.2s per thousand feetsubject $3.50 to 650. mlral Dickin, rcca:
arise. "Few die and
.:' The question of advertising trans- the federal law a line resignIn of succession they have expended and what the, thousand to feet a discount if the bill of is 10 paid per before cent. per the Hats, Knox, J .B. Stetson and No Name from $2.50 grocery. vile Dutche .ur

portatlon in the railroad law was paid out for. November 2, CSn ;
": I new rate is provided naming the cabi-- money : tenth of the month., to $5. J. F. Rhodes to the Naval Ac.dD
is to be tested in the court There is nothing In the Florida :
supreme This Is the second: reduction in
net members as successors and such Underwear from $1 per suit to Jaeger's $5 to $10.
of the United States. The country statutes that requires this and conse- made by the company in six'months, and Government and
1 editor may yet get his passes back.A a. provision should be in Florida'sconstitution. quently the public has to .depend on Is in keeping with the promise made to Eagle Shirts in Negligee and Flannel from $1 to corner

Dalton (Ga.) Methodist minister These suggestions. are respectfully the enterprise of the newspapers to the given people every of Mobile consideration.that they-Mobile wouldbe $3. All colors and styles, to suit any taste, other Baylen Streets.

)rands Bishop Candler, In the public referred to'John S. Beard and other get any idea of what its public servants Item. grades Hats from 50c up, and Shoes' from $1.50 up. Phone 343.

>rose, as a clerical tyrant and dictator members of the legislature who favor are. doing with the taxpalers'money. Prayers Pullman In a sleepers Pullman.will draw little Here you can find the stock to suit the classes and ;

) of the most dangerous kind." the calling of a constitutional conven- patronage on this division without a the

.' leminds one of the flee and mastiff tion in this state This is all right where newspapersare chapel attachment. No one would

rtory.Ellhu. enterprisng enough and impartial dare go to sleep without saying their I masses.SPECIAL ATTENTIONgiven I I BOOKSFor
I Taft may be a big man but when I enough to give the Information de- prayers.-Zolfo Advertiser.

.. Root has suggested David R.I he interferes with the race questionhe 1
to out-of-town orders and such orders will be
Trancis as the next democratic nomi- centuries the Bible has bee ""'
: will find that this at least is
one I
see for president. We can't recall a-= :: :: :: : : : =; :: : :: = : : :: c : := :: : : : -------.;;. : -: = =:= = "I promptly filled. Stock too large and numerous to Universal -first seller" of books. I."
proposition he can't handle with much I ( now selling from my; second ehiprnwii
dust when Elihu entered the demo- success. 'I Current Comment from I specify separately. *" i have CAMBRIDGE-Text the following in stock at 80c.: ; Tead-P

?Vatic) party or when: he was employeda Full line to furnish Men, Youth and Boy, I with maps and references printed m..II!
counsel for It. New Orleans PlayingA j din paper at L69Reference; w' "
Mr. Bryan's CommonerOklahoma : and illustrations printed on IDca I JOS. COLEMAN at J5.BAOtTER.
Japan is building a bigger ship than Very Sm Part. I -Text at' |1.40; Reference'':
lIi: : C : : : : : : :: -: : :: :11 11.60.Teachers Teachers" JJ<;:,'lat
; at $2.75
the Dreadnought but when Hobson ; .
212 S. Palafox Street. I '
The 'New Orleans newspapers have 1300; Text large type, at $3.
gets to congress he will help: John the Teachers, /': .
always been noted for parsimony has vindicated her right to commission the power to enforce just .. Teachers, Red-Letter tm:1fton.lf r
Sharpe Williams the bill author
t? pass which characterizes their treatment of statehood.It and equitable rates for carrying the United |! nouncing, at 13.SO.
izing the of the "Skeered-o- "ot of the very tee
building All the above are
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rival ports and on some occasions I .I It
little and from the recent but the splendid campaign baa resulted tn binding. Morocco leather covers
Nothing" battleship for the American: was a lively skirmish. Tt'e ,[served in the returns
they have not been above absolute had them badly a=ed.' It seems to be an iron-clad rule that elections. I such complete victory that the democratsare overhanging edges.HARRY ..

navy. misrepresentation.! The latter is the:! i a matrimonial blank goes with every vesture I r not only sure of Oklahoma in the

Croker's friends in New York assert I case, in ,the correspondence which the Missouri democracy ..watching this an American girl makes in the for-'I Now that the election is over the ad- next presidential compaign, but are sure T. HOWLAND,
time and made sure of no more sad.acci elgn'title market. '::ministration officials may quit canpagnj j of a fair districting of the state and a
that It was his intention in the event Picayune publishes from its Washing.
dents. ;i i ing and begin telling us when work on fair districting will give the democratstwo Manager De Luna Book Store,
McCarren triumphed: to return nod ton representative: who, In discussingthe Sir Thomas LIpton has decided not to ::the Panama: canal will really begin.If United States senators and nearly all De Luna St. Phone 1401. That brings Nc

4't ke charge of Tammany, but Hearst early. retirement of Admiral Endi- Mr. Root made'.tls bitter'speech in republican challenge for the American cup this the congressmen. Good for Oklahoma
Utica and ,lm ldlately !ft. year Sir Thomas judgment ia Quite it takes seven days to find the Stand- But BRAINS ca|
Interfered with these plans. Now we cott, as chief of the bureau of yards '.
Hearst carried Utica equal to his jolly good fellowship. ard Oil,company guilty and, fine It $:>>.600. Ur. Harriman has succeeded in morning and grow
can understand why Murphy got into and docks, says: ousting CC
i how many decades will it be ere that Mr. Fish from the presidency of the Illinois THE CYPRESS LUMBER
the Hearst band wagon. The city of New Orleans has con Oscar Straus the politician: was opposed It will strike a great many red-blooded outfit Is compelled to give up all it has Central but he has also increased-
siderabie selection of Hearst. Nathan Straus, the I Americana that Count Boat de FLA.
; stake. in the to what stolen? the demand T APALACHICOLA,
a little less of .
Some days ago the Journal accused a successor ot Admiral Endicott, be philanthropist, supported Hearst. I Castellane most needs is the applicationof I "highfinance"
Ii the Live Oak Democrat of squanderIng cause the.growth, of the Naval Station I a large athletic American brother's In the meanwhile bear in mind that the railroad management. Th* Manuhctnren ofCypress
I I Harrimans
;r. Its income by sending out news will depend very largely upon whetheror The Standard Oil company has been I boot. kind of rate regulation; that is satisfactoryto are riding for a fatt.
not the new 'chief is a real friendor fined for restraint of trade.. The consumers Ii the railroad magnates is not calculated
: Items book to the Democrat I .
on Shingles.
; paper Missouri Is mo longer the
of oil paying the fine. The members of mysterious
an officer who is positively indifferent are republican congresswho to be of Immediate, benefit to the people.
I' replied: to the' future of the station. I voted to admit Oklahoma on the stranger. She has takes her plae In the

J" "'Tis true 'tis pity and pity 'Us Officers who have spent any consider There Is BO much water In railroad : strength of that territory's having "Wizard" Burbank offers a thousand democratic ranks and she Is welOOmed %., x 4" X 1s"w GRAPENUTStaken

a true" or words to that effect. Butt able time In ;New. Orleans can be de- stocks that a passenger who can. not,: ed a republican delegate are now at elect-j! dollars for an ounce of horseradish seed. back. No- fatted calf: Is large enough to X 5" x 1'8" from the fief

: If'' the Journal can show us how to pended upon as loyal>> supporters, but swim should carry .a lire preserver. ure to examine the political gold Congressmen are not barred. but of I do justice on this.occasion of the prodt- Tanks of all Descriptor; **lth albumen and *
gal's Cypress
hurry up the delivery of freight long -!- course, they would not think of accepting
there are particularly of the I of
overdue at these headquarters, we I many If the beef trust has'any soft breaths The New York Tribune has recovered i the Write for Catalogue and Price the brain and ne
line money.
who, having no actual knowledgeof
ttlll cease offending.: In emergencies conditions and climate in that sec- one of them should .be made'! ready for. sufflciently! from its recent scare t* say: It Is stated that the president baggeda takes away fi

t *e, must do the best we can. Our tion of the United States prefer assignments occupancy by Representative Wadsworth.If jtte. democratic party has cwsed to be' In practical 'results no democratic vic fine turkey gobbler on his way home

order for news was made long ago: In the'east, and have come I[a factor in national affairs." But the TrI- tory surpasses the one in OklahomaThe from Virginia. A lot of us have bagged Elegant premiums givc'; GRAPE-NUTS f
and we hate unbroken rail communication -' Mr. Hughes is jrroud of many of his bune has said something like! that before i republicans had carved Out the districts docks, chickens and Quails that
i to look upon the growth of a stationIn lour way. for tickets in Obel cream.
Mr. Hearst has a to be and its opinion is not for the_ convention most of pink
_.? with the house from which it the south undesirable and 'im- supporters right present day sustained : constitutional so as us have c&ught-our.11ab at
s was ordered, but it doesn't seem tot practicable. If as that sentiment is to proud of some of,the enemies he made. I by the Indications plainly to be ob-. to give the republicans a great advantage, j Ithe same nqe of the trip. flour.PlaiMionSarsaparilla.onh'i.

get here. We are the victims of the prevail New Orleans will never ad- "There's Reai
it general freight congestion. After all William Randolph Hearst
vance beyond the rank of a repair
r- :We notice since then, however that station. But if the plans that bare polled democratic the largest candidate' vote for'ever governor polled by of a ;J{ '

.J: the shipment of news has arrived and been mapped out by those who are New York. '

"'e presume they have kindlier feelIngs thoroughly Interested can be carriedto .
for the railroads now than theyhad fruition it will have a fresh water Democrats will write the constitutionof G :
!i basin and have a share in the c'ustructlon the new state of Oklahoma which is
: a few days The Democrat
It of battleships and cruis rs.Inasmuch' a guarantee that It will be Jeffersonian I '{,

Is'one of the brightest papers on our as the recent storms have. not lIamUton an.. ., 1 .
';> exihange table, and its apology as proved to the Navy Department thai 'Cetthe:little

f noted above Is hereby accepted. Pensacola Is not suited for" a. great Query Has the ;t'rstat. commercial i s, Eaual to any $l.OO preparation 'on the market.

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THE PCN8ACOLA JO URN At., 8URDV, MO.. .ftJrfQ, NOVEMBER_ 2' 1epi: a

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!QA.! 0 (1 00000000000 (1 09.0"1 RJ (10(1 p (1 (I ordered to the.Aiastlc station -and ., ,
\0 Olrr -- '
W.u 0-0 Q'O 0 i I) 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 r..F. A' ? eaooa ij j aba} g : g g g g g g 8" g g I g assumed command of the battle ship ( i>

ab who buys clothes which look well on him Oregon in January; 1901; in April of -- .

0.)0) THE'man than on. others, knows a thing or two., that year was detached from the Oregon -
ti0 W. ; and ordered as commander of the
have many men who demand a certain color t
or cut of cloth because It locked well on some other man. Brooklyn, the flagship of the Asiatic,
0' The error ,is so natural that one has to make a::conscious elation; in April proceeded with that
p. effort to avoid It. While our salesmen never Intrude ship to Australia and assisted at the Ponsacola InV8strnont Co ;

advice, they're quick to distinguish between'. fault ,and opening of the" first Australian parliament -'
X fitness and will not let you leavo the store with a suit o in May Of that year. After } ;
b which will make you sorry afterward. The Fall clothes visiting ports' in Australia, NeW' Zealand -
b jut. we offer this season,should please the most critical pur and Batavia returned to Manila; '
\ d In December 1901, his cruise No. 1 North Palafox Street.
N i.Y' Chasers In town. If we do not print another line of as cap
"w k .. ,': advertising we coul 'dO a fine. business Just through the tain having been completed, he proceeded
(E ; ; _/4c appearance of these clothes on the streets. They have to the United States via

::: .r v,,. cs .,;, k': tone and style of exclusive tailoring and represent the Europe, and ia March 1802, became a V m. H. Knowlss; John E. Stillman R. '
of> } ; y finer products of America's leading makers.YOU member of the naval examining board. ,
can give $20 or $25 for a suit of 'Kirschbaum He spent the summer of that year at resident Vice-Preit! & S111111uglr. ; Sscrstarj. m r

4, and derive $75 or $100 worth of good Impression the naval war college, at Newport, Knowles A. H. D'AIemberts
and from there her
o ; from them. That's the great secret a proceeded to Mare .
., Island and took command of the receiving Treasurer. Citj( Ma&agcr
= about Kirschbaum clothes which men all over the country 4J.a, .1
0< ship' independence, In June ;. 1
e ?t' are beginning to learn. The clothes are cut the same a
;; as the fashionable London and New York tailors cut oa 1903, he was ordered to command the
their's; they are made from fine toned fabrics and tailored navy yard at Pensacola and in May *
01 ,: i a, almost entirely by hand. Nothing but: an enormous organization 1904, was orderd as commandant of
: ;,, could do this and charge moderate prices. A p the navy yard at League Island. Rear How About an Investment Suburban Property ?
; Admiral Dickins attained the senior '
o. %: : suit of Kirschbaum clothes will\ cost you no more than j
:> grade of the naval service
June 17
will any other make. But there's a stint: class differ o on ,
.w- t 1904, and in March of the following
ence between the exclusive character of Klrschboum
being detached from dutSt
;";hti+ clothes and the popular, rather common trend of other year

clothes. a J the Mare coast Island squadron, was ordered of the to command Atlantic We Own 2300 Lots' in East Pensacola. t1:

J. ., 1I1! DVERCOATS-"The great- look well no matter how newcc I fleet, which command he retained, un-
est overcoat in America" la he wears them The
; 4 one of the well earned titles coats are waist shaped with til the command was disbanded, in
of the Kirschbaum plant deep center vent and have o April, 1906, when he was ordered to
I\o: other house ran produce the new heavy lapels. Word special duty in the bureau of xxx
-. M + q men's overcoats which have I steels, cassimercs and cheo naviga-
4 $ the character and fitting slots are the popular mater- tion.While
'' ;'' r' qualities posstssed by l ials. 01, in command of the coast

::3'r / '\ q Kirschbaum UK sack coats-overcoats.they:: Like will RAINCOATS Kirschbaum ,I squadron, Rear ,Admiral Dickins visited % This addition Pensacola has over one and one-half
\ have the shaped back deep raincoats are worn very extensively Charleston S. C., and was tie recipient -

O'f c r- ,1, a\et and all heavy the lapels.Kirschbaumovercoats Practically The Kirschbaum by college raincoat raeu.is : place. In of the much summer attention of 1905 at he ''that commanded miles of water front on Pensacola Bay and Bayou Texar. It is ..' t
will have velvet
more than a weather fight-
o .4 collars and Princess serge ing garment. It's a garmentof the naval forces in the joint
o o linings will prove the most great beauty; made of the maneuvers in Chesapeake Bay and the coming residence section of the best people. ,'- ;
,popular. The materials will most choice materials. This gained distinction in that connection.On
ClIO chiefly be Melton Frieze, season they wUl have the
d 0 Moulaise and Kerseys. i I shaped or full back and the that occasion be had in his corn- 5.1 i

010 30 WHITE I I & "I\II I JQui tters.' SACK sack suits SUITS never-Kirschbaum lose their I greatest black thibets demand, will unfinished be for I man operating sixteen against vessels the coast of the artilleryof navy, Also We are owners of over 1,000 acres west of the

Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back. fineahape.<<: They make a man, worsted fabrics. the Baltimore, Washington and ,

) ooooooooo oooooooooooor : Fort Monroe defenses. In that year city between Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
g ) a000oueYUUUUV-.vvuuvoi. I 0 3 aaa I also. with 12 shins of his command, he
took the midshipmen on.a5 m ier *
cruise.. In this connection, there isof -
midshipman from the fourth congressional silver medal by the King of Siam ac- interest the Also several hundred '
following extract of north of the between
IfEP district of Connecticut on Sep- ceptance of same being authorized by !a letter written by Read Admiral acres city : 4
E R ADMIRAl& tember 20. 1861, in which state Rear Congress;' January ,1875, was trans- I Evans, commander-in-chief of the
Admiral Dickens has retained his legal ferred to the Kearsagfe as executive I Atlantic fleet, to Rear Admiral Dick Pensacola and Goulding. We control the West Pensacola

residence. He was promoted to officer; was transferred to the Yantic ins, on the occasion of the
midshipman in July of 1862, and put for three months as executive officer; down of his flag as commander hauling of the Land Company (Pettersen addition) and the South Pensa-
into an advanced class and was graduated -and then ordered back to Kearsarge; in coast squadron: ,

OICKIN5 ON THE after three years at the :Nail I April, 1876. was ordered to commandthe "To say that I am sorry to lose you cola Land t
Academy, on November 22, 1S64.. He Yantic; was relievd in August, as commander of the coast squadron Company. ..i'
was on leave until February, 1865, his 1S76, and arrived home in December, does not express all that I believe the
first duty being on board the receiving 1876; on leave until January. 1879, fleet loses by depriving it of
ship North Carolina, until April, 1863, and ordered to duty at the U. S. Naval you asone '
of the squadron commanders. It Money invested now in lots in East Pensacola or in the F
RETIRED liSTFormer when he was transferred to the Colorado Academy as instructor in mathematics has been a pleasure to observe 'the j
then the flagship of the European ; commanded the U. S. practice efficient in which
manner the affairsof Land
I fleet He commissioned an ship standish during the summer the coast squadron, under your West Pensacola Company addition, or in acreage ;
ensign on Novemberwas 1, 1866, and master cruise of 1879; then rejoined the Naval command, conducted .K
were and. during
on December 1 of that year. He Academy as instructor in seamanship my year with the fleet, it was, indeed -- suburban property will give you handsome profits in the ;'
Commandant at !was transferred to the! Augusta March, naval tactics and naval construction a pleasure to receive from you .
i 1867, and convoyed the monitor 1llan.i ; detached from Naval :Academy and your squadron the cheerful, near future. -
Pensacola Navy Yard, i tonomah about the Mediterranean and August; 1880; in December 1SSO or- prompt and efficient "compliances with ;
home, via the Canaries, Cape de Ver- dered as a member of the board, con every requirement of whatever nature
des and West Indies: detached from vened at the :Navy', to' de
Department that '- '
Reaches Age Limit was placed in your hands. I 4 <' ;', \ ,:. -
:. { .
.t .t
the Augusta at :New York July, 1867; termine dates of precedence of the indeed t "" -
have many times thought thata ,
on leave until October, 1867, and then officers of the Navy; May, 1881, ordered fleet: commanded by you would surely fc.; )
ordered to the apprentice ship Sabine; to the training ship Constitution reach the same height of efficiency
HIS CAREER ONE OF THE MOST detached from the Sabine April 1868, flagship of the apprentice training which has

DISTINGUISHED IN THE NAVAL and ordered to the Tuscarora, fitting squadron, as executive officer; de- ron. I can say characterized, with regret your also squad-that I Walk in and Talk it ,Over With Us.: z
out for South Pacific station, Mare tached from the Constitution October, jn that P
sorry your squadron was not
SERVICE-STORY OF HIS RISE 16 Island, CaL 1881, owing to an injury from a falling In doser touch with me during the '
He commissioned lieutenant spar; ordered to the bydrographic:
was a past year but I have never had any i :
TOLD. hi March, 1868, and In June sailed on office December, 1881; detached from manner of doubt, as to the efficiency l y
Tuscarora for South Pacific station, the U. S. hydrographic office May, with which you conducted everything1

Hear Admiral Francis W. Dickens,I Mare Island CaL 18S2. and ordered to Kearsarge, as relating to its work as a sqwadron and
who for more than a year was com I His commission as a lieutenant'executive officer' 'on North Atlantic :.as a part of the fleet.. I
mandant of the Pensacola navy yard.has commander was dated June 12, station;' detached from Kearsarge ;- ;

been placed on the retired list of 1869, and Commander Dickens remained -] October 1882; and, granted leave; In Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.A Investment .
the navy having reached the age In West ladles until January, 1871. June, 1883, ordered to command store few weeks ago I had a bilious attack Pensacola Co.
linat The rear admiral had many and then sailed for Portsmouth, N. ship Onward, stationed at Callao, that
was so severe I was not
Wends in Pensacola and at the navy I H.; on leave until June 1871, and then Peru;,detached from the Onward November able to go to the office for two days.
yard who regretted his departure ordered to duty at U. S.. torpedo station ,- 1884 as vessel was sold arriving
to relief from
when he left here in 1904 for the :Newport, R. I., detached from home December 1881. Tailing get my familyphysician's
treatment, I took three of No. 1 N. Palafox St. Under Methodist Church. .i.iGflET
Being comzninssioned
as a commander -
League Island navy yard torpedo station, January, 1872, and ordered hamberl&in's Stomach and Liver : .
on September 23, 1865, this officer
Of Rear Admiral Dicklns and his to receiving ship Vermont, at Tablets and the next day I felt likea
service in the navy since 1S31, the New York; detached from Vermont was employed on several general man.-H.. C.
new Bailey, of
Army and Navy Register of Nov.' S, March 1872, and ordered to the Lan courts martial until May,, 1S87 and the
News Chapin S. C. These tab-
then ordered to command the Talla-
contained the following: caster, flagship of the South Atlantic
lets are for sale by all druggists.
A prominent officer of the naval service station, but could not go on accountof poosa, on the South Atlantic station;
and one of long and notable career ,! Illness; on leave until October, in March, 1889 rescued the British
retired yesterday when there 1872, and then Joined the Kansas as steamer Zarate which had gone Wherever Jackson Square Coffee
was transferred; from the active list, executive officer, and sailed on the ashore on Lobes Island, off Maldonado, has: been tried Its cup quality has
by operation of the law Rear.Admiral Nicaragua inter-oceanic canal survey Uraguay for this service received* been praised. Leading grocers haveIt WHiTE A GOOD SIDEWALl
Francis William Dickins. Rear AdKirs ing expedition; detached from Kansas complimentary letters from the, :Navy. here. ASK your grocer for a free : :
) Dickens was born in Beekman. May, 1873, and then ordered to Asiat Department and the admiral commanding sample. r
vihe Dutchess county. New York, on ic station, and joined the Monocacy, the squadron; also receivedfor
\oveznber 2, 1844, and was appointedto as executive officer; when Monacy this service, from a maritime association JOINT MEETING OF
the Naval Academy as an acting visited Bangkok, was presented with'a of London England, throughthe StAlE TRAffiCWomen Gives the most ordinary property an appearance of substantial 1 ,
British minister at Washington, a WOODMEN OF WORLD value A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest -' 1
---- present of $7,500. to the officers and< house and rounds. You don't want any ragged i i
crew of the Tallapoosa; arrived edges ,to your property. ,
Do You Expect home !November 1889; curing Janu-- A joint meeting of Live Oak Camp Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one fa eaifly j.
ary, 1890; employed on general court and Hickory Camp, Woodmen of the Deals in Girls best Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air of
World will be bald Sunday afternoon solid and worth. + !
martial duty at the navy yard New. dignity r
York; September, 1890, ordered to the at 3 o'clock to arrange for the enter Threatens to Make Sen- We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar ;
tainment of the
navy yard Washington D. C.; about visiting grand sever I antee. May we estimate on yours :....Le
two and one-half of the time at eigns.
To Drive Set of years F. E. COMMYNS, S. C. sational Disclosures.Vienna I
a the
.. Washington navy yard filled the II
{ .' C. J. OERTING ClerK.
Pensacola Cement Stone
position and performed the duties of W. H. LANGFORD. S. C. I Company :
civil engineer of the yard; received! I ,
from the chief of bureau of yards and< L. E. BROOKS Clerk. Nov. 24-For the first i

docks commendatory letter for taking nov224t. time In th'e'history of Austria two a S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485.
New Orleans is celebrated for its
Women's League
of the
the west ship house; in June, members s
stationfor coffee. Jackson Square is. the coffee White Slave Traffic appeared y
1892 was sent to the Asiatic against the
from New Orleans. Try it If not
court of justiceas
member in. Austrian
temporary duty as of a an
BRAINSHARD general court martial; returned to the satisfied, your grocer will refund its private prosecutors. The trial

United States September of the same cost which Is still being conducted with DEPOT LOAN
dis- OFFICE.
year;, and resumed duties at the navy closed doors is full of sensational
yard; January, 1833, ordered on special closures. The chief accused is awidow ',
duty at Fremont 0., as the repre- named Rich who under the All kinds of repairing done on Watches Clocks i '

sentative of the President of the United guise of a ladies and partly saloon,under and with the the su- Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Moneys t
States to attend the funeral of ex knowledge
President R. B. hayes.In pervision of the police, conducted a loaned on personal property. We handle all kinds of I I ,

March, 1893, was ordered to disorderly 'house which ruined young fall Jewelry, both new.and second-hand. Don't forget.
And NOT Them ? girls who had the misfortune to
Feed ,
special duty under the State Department '
t >
hands. She took away their
into her THE WAt csMaxEa
for two months as representative J E Clement F ,
to prevent their escape, {
clothing ;
of the President of the United favored to take 105 East Wrlgu Strut.
allowed the ones
States, in charge of the courtesies to only -AI
air in a small courtyard. !
the Duke of Veragtia lineal descen-
Nervous the girls It is alleged, were 'jft
That brings prostration and its horrors: dant of Cristopher Columbus, who confined day in small rooms where beds

But BRAINS can work and woke; hard, feel good the, rested every came as a guest of the nation; for this. were provided. The rooms were t
morning and grow stronger,on,the work *.." service received a commendatory letter never aired as the windows were always I Doritt'You Worry
from the secretary state and locked. During the night the
was decorated as Knight of the Crossof forced to drink champagne
girls were
Naval Merit by King,Alfonso XIII, CARRIAGES. and_ brandy with the visitors to the About Your Holiday Goods k -
of Spain through the queen regent; saloon and were stuck.with iron hooks
If Fed RightGRAPENUTS this decoration he was permitted to SURREYS, when they refused to drink When' /
received by act of Congress; July 22, the police visited the place the inmates
1S93 was detached from the navy BUGGIES, were "tipped off and the i I have anything you need in bicycles Y

yard, Washington, D. C., and orderedto WAGONS management connned theo In the cel rifles ammunition .
guns, -r ,
command the U. S. training ship lars. Frau Rlehl is said to have pro- j

-NUTS food contains delicate particles of-Phosphate of Potash Monongahela; made a summer cruise HARNESS i cured the young girls by the usual fishing tackle, athletic goods ,tennis
in. command of her to Europe; January i methods employed in the white slave
taken from the field grains'(Nature's own laboratory), thiselement joins 1894 placed the Monongahela RUNABOUTS, I traffic, deceiving parents and bribing goods automobiles, wagons, velocipedes
*ith albumen and water in the body, and thus makes the soft filling '
gray (out of commission the fathers
; was detached from from $37 to>> $1 % the authorities. One of
of the brain and nerve centres. Build in each day as much as the daily 'her, and ordered to command the U. accused of selling his daughters to footballs, phonographs, ,

work takes away from Brain and you are safe. That's the only safe way. S. training ship Essex on the home Frau Riehl is ,being tried for this of Typewriters; and Everything, at ;

station, until detached Joy g.,,18U; See our line of Buggies before fense. In the coarse of a few years

GRAPE-NUTS food Is toothsome. and delicious when, 'served with rich Auguts 20 was ordered to commandthe buying as we have Frau Riehl has acquired a large for- I prices,to suit the poor man's purse. f. 4
cream. U. S. training station at Newport, the largest stock and best tune fora'person of her class, and It
L.rrTSr, .. :!.i f '"\ 1.rf R. L, and U. S. Training ship Constellation prices. is not"certain that she will not escape Call,in and see what we have.BRUCE.
.it ; December 15. 1896, detached punishment through the intervention
There's a Reason'Tor- lie Brain food Ji;I from command of training station and< of 'the higher courts. She has 4
training ship Constellation, and ie- threatened to make public the names "
ported on December 17, as assistant of many prominent citizens who vis- F. B.
'!' to the chief of, bureau navigation, ited het place in case the authorities '

piWtiiCet Navy DepartmentThe resort to:drastic proceeduiga.

GRA $. promotion to a captaincy oc: Jackson Square Coffee-a New Orleans : The Sporting Goods Man. 1 {_

... curred on July S, 1898. the day of the rjfEoJ luxury. For sale by all leading
: battle of Santiago. In September,
grocers. 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight ..
2898; Commander 'Dickins was de- .t" } S
tins. 25c;; 50c 'and ;t,00.
the little.book, "The"Road to Wellville.'V pkgs. lacked from that command, he was ''I


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y i LUST OF DESIRABLE( i $ fl OOOO: PENSACOLA I II I Profitable ,Investment. -, ==H =FOR] ; SALE=::

Buys a 5 Room ; <(- .-

!I PROPERTY FOR SALE i ; "-1; ; Vacant LotsLots

Cottage In Pensacola's Real If you -have any idle money place It .1"> \:;, --
i with us. where it will earn you a good
Estate Is not a case of '"nothing dividend, payable every three months.
i One-story dwelling on West Government street, near DeVIIHers St $ 950.00 -

One-story dwelling I on Spring I street, near Romana, with lot 40 feet ventured, nothing gained," for 7 and 8,_ block 118, East King tract ...............................$135

: front .:..................................................!.......... 3600.00 there -is absolutely no risk, If you, Your money is as safe with us as if We de- Lots 9 and 10;bock: 118, East King tract ...............................$150

Block of ground, well situated and containing 21 dwellings, all new ON EAST JACKSON, In It positedbeen in the the Bank Money of Lending England.business Lots 16, 17 and. 18, block 273, New City tract, each ..... ............$125
buy the Instead, :
: and rented, rent at $1500 per annum, if sold at once ....,......;..11,50000Desirable i right place. I for over 25 years, and have never lost a Lots 11, 12, 13 and 14 block 122, New City tract..:.:..:.................$735
$450 per corner annum on the....West......end....,..with.. ...good......improvement..........-...,..rentingat ...... 3300.00 AND Is rather a case of dollar of our clients' monej. Lots 14 and 15,and west ;33 feet of 13. block 11% New City tract .......$750

i Splendid Investment on Baylen street:, near Government, propertynow 12TH AVENUES. BET- Lots 19 and 20, block 123 New City tract .............................-.$900

renting at $740 per annum.......................!........:... 6850.00 : All"of block 140, West King tract.......................................$50D

.' Desirable piece of property on Intendencia street, near Palafox',.'.', 635000 TER, HAVE A LOOK AT No Action remain We never idle.e allow our clients interest money on all to
with dwelling attached. upon large comer lot, on the pay
Store good
West End, splendid business location .............;........... .... 285000 money placed in our hands from the date DWELLINGS.
IT. of its receipt up to the date of its withdrawal -
i Seven desirable lots on the corner, fronting the bay, near the busi- i No '
mess center _..;.. 360000 Profit.We 8-room 2'story house In good repair, overlooks the bay lot 45x110,

: Ten lots on desirable corner of North Baylen street:splendid I Invest-; No. 701 West Main street .... ......................................$25
men................................................................ 180000 .
First mortgages on real estate in this
s We can rent or sell a number of houses of 4 rooms, upwards, at once, as LESLIE E BROOKSReal have some good Investmentsfor city bought and sold.
have great demand for them. 5-room cottage and three acres of land at Town Point; has frontageof
we a Collection of rents is our specIalty.
Vacant lots also' handled by us to advantage. : men with money, to pay' ail :Monthly statements rendered our land- 300 feet on the bay. The deeds cover out to deep water.......$1303
i We insure property at lowest rates. cash, or for the men with only a lords. I.
Estate small amount
------ Z I 5-room cottage, corner Alcanlz and DeSoto streets; lot 45x125 .,.......$1200

HOOTON & WATSON | and Insurance.I Fisher Real Estate Agency 5-room cottage on .Stoddart street modern conveniences; gas, city

I i Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.MISCELLANEOUS. water, bath and toilet, lot 120x132 feet, an elegant little home.....$Z75o

VID.HYER CO. Have you any vacant lots, houses or.business: property for sale?. We can

: Real Estate Insurance and Loans, SPECIALTY. sell them for you.

Agents New York Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St

I No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. | :MATTRESS made AND to order FURNITURE and also-reno-Mattresses Life Insurance Company.

..o ................................................. vated second-hand, new ticks furniture furnished.modern New or and antique 100 Phone EAST 700.GOVERNMENT Pensacola, Fla.ST, L. 50 BROWN & COo

bought and sold Davis Manufac- For Sale.
-==-= turing Co., Hi East Belmont street S -4
Phone 771. 24nov

;.WANTED-Experienced salesladies in PHOTOGRAPHS Norman Gloss and
our cloak and suit department. Apply WANTED-The author of four books Satin postcards. Factory to photographers Phone No.
llom'av morning at the Ready-to-Wear who has taught in public schools and J$ thousand, tl.20 gross prepaid' Building 918
t>tore 27 S. Palafox St. 25noltWANTED a university and who has written for Two dozen with developer 25c. Norman $1500-Buys six-room house on two cor-
papers in Cincinnati. Plttsburg and New Photo Paper Co, Rochester, N. Y. For Salle ner lots one block from car line
: -A good butcher. .Apply I York, desires to exchange tuition for 20nov7t. <<)) on East HilL This is your oppor-
Dion'lay morning to 804 East Govern board. Address "Teacher/' Literary Bureau tunity to get a nice home at a
ment street 2 novlt* Faith College. Nashville Tenn. MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers bargain. .
on hand. Orders taken for
VICTORS ECLVSIYELY-Wholesale and 2anovlt' occasion Phone %82. ISnovlm special $2100-For< a new, modern six-room ..NN.1N..01NN.N1................t.....10111110
retail Metropolitan Talking Machine I WANTED-Two furnished A Nice Little Cottage in Good home near car line on East Cer- .
Jacksonville. J-la. Agents rooms WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP!We vantes. .
Company. kitchen -
wanted oaw2mojix I I IG.I witt put children.connected References by young exchanged couple/ Intendencia.are now in entrance our new also quarters.at 215 Romans 214 E. White Neighborhood on $ 850-Gets a bargain In 10 lots one-half

EVERYWHERE $4.00 daily-pass iL. Care JournaL %inov3t'WANTED and prepared to do everything in wagon block New City. An excellent investment -
circulars, tack sIgns-no canvassing, I and carriage building and repairing E. Easy Terms.I as other lots in same I PANAMA CTV! I
steady. Continental Distributing Co.. EVERBODY to have their L. Herring Phone 923; City 14oct vicinity are selling at $100 to $H5
Chctt1o. 26novlt* ,feet treated and do not limp around each.
town looking pale, with corns on your MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick
A."TED-To. flee a boy who does not toes and ingrowing nails bunions on your furnished if desired. Guaranteed Carpet
like CHICLETS. feet and warts on your nose, where can taken up and matting laid. Leave have a 5-room and hall
you go to find repose! You surely great orders at Watson, Parker Reese Co.'s.

WANTED-One wrapper; permanent po- ease will gain for Dr. Herman removes Wesley Duncan. 7septJ. cottage on East Hill one Co R.I YAEQER
sition. Chance for promotion. Also them without pain. Room 301 Brent I FLORIDA
extra clerks for holidays and Saturday Hiding.. 5novlw* H. PORTER, sailmaker, TII South block from the car line in I i
evenings Address Box 35, City 28aov3t* Palafox street. Orders taken for tents, ,
WANTED-All the young ladles in townto awnings camp stools sad. house cots splendid condition. Has 200 Thiesen Building.
AGENTS! AI."TED-Your credit is good i chew CHICLETS. etc. Prices reasonable. Jljan

to tell II box native herbs for 35c on and city water. Lot 57 feet Phone 686.
or furnished
commission Big profit expenses paid. or CHrttng
C. Melrose Columbus O partly furnished rooms for housekeepIng. & Co. wholesale and retail ship chand front 125 feet
Address P. by deep. I will
25novlt* Permanent tenants. Address lers and grocers. Only first-claw souse i NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL i ii
.:.- "Rooms" Care JournaL 2:,.ovlt of kind in city. Fair prices to alL sell for $100 down and the FOR SALE.FOR .
WA.TED-EnergeUc man to managebranch
wholesale office for large manu- WANTED AT ONCE-Second-hand bicY- MILTON UPHOLSTERING: SHOP-Willie balance at $25 month for I
facturer. Staple goods. Salary $1500 per cle. Must be in good condition and Mlms Proprietor. Furniture repairing per SALE Small iron safe Price $%0. QH BEAUTIFUL S T. ANDREWS BAY

)missions.year payable Applicant monthly must, and furnish extra excel-com- cheap. Address ,L. M., Care JournaL 23novlw* packed of all for kinds shipping.carpets Phone laid furniture 63 $1200. This is certainly a Intendencia Fisher Furniture street. House. 13S-140 23nov East i !

lent reference and J1000 cash which is Next to Tampa landing. 22aprU bargain, and it is your chanceto
NURSE WANTS POSITION with doctor FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies ;
P. O a -
secured 711. Chicago Address, Illinois Secretary ganovlt Call or address 302 North Spring. H. ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet buy a home cheap. You and wagons. If you want a bar i Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing :Mill ma- :
street. 23marlw Ircn Worker, cornice work and sky- gain in a second-hand wheel of any description
WANTED-No. 1 cook for bridge campat lights a specialty; roofing guttering and cannot build the house for call or write,v. E. Taylor Chip chinery here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot v
repairing 109 East Government .
WANTED-Position at opera ley Fla. 23novlm
once as woodsman
Escambia. salary |40 Ad- -
dress Pouth J. C. Maxwell, Mulat Fla. 26nov6t- by a thorough; competent turpen- house Hit building. Phone 560 Residence the money, and ,I would not Wagon Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings T
tine woodsman.. Can manage any size phone FOR SALE OR TRADE-Seven H. .P. :
WANTED man to collect and solicit< place and can bring with me some hands. sell it for a cent less for cash. wood mill;, complete order' Will cut going up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing i
Insurance. Route established.: Good Address Woodsman, Care The Journal.20nov. twenty cords of wood per day; terms to
An right party or will trade for stock or the city.
opening for right man. Apply to Lewis Investment-In the
Van Winkle, fcupt. 104% South Palafoz COLORED LODGE. other property. Address J. A. Donalson
24nov2t Ar-"TED-Helrs West King Tract in fine DeFuniak Springs Fla. 23nov2w*
Street and proof of heirship a I
of Phillip Townley and heirs of James I. 0.S&D. of l
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. Weeks and heirs of the estate of Martin St.L renting neighborhood I have FOR SALF-Three-year-old Jersey cow GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR \
The well known Moler system of colleges Grant. Apply 353 Brent Building ISnovtf Howard Council No. 1 and Bethle and heifer calf. Can be seen at 1118.
located in 22: leading cities offer hem Council No. 2, Independent Orderof two houses renting for $96 E. Strong street 20novlw
Cltady practice, careful instructions, WANTED-6orae one of means who will Sons and Daughters of St. Luke. *
The in FOR SALE-One fine wan Case. 23 feet
Few weeks )houses
tools, diplomas and positions.earned from start. care for and educate bright boy 14 meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nightsof per year. are long. 8 feet high, with ribbon case 10 | Write or See *
Completes. Money years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or first-class condition feet long, separate. Will make fine dis- '
Write for catalogue. Moler Barber College Mrs. Win. Fisher, President. 18nov each month at their hall on Tarra- and good play case for any kind of merchandise. : :

New Orleans La. inovllt- gona between Intendencia and Ro renters. Will sell for $650. Apply to E. ,L. Reese, 17 North Palafox.

WANTED-At once man or boy cook In TED-Pollt1on as stenographer or mana streets. D. Howard, F. C. H, 20novlm f THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY ;
boarding house for 1% to J4 boarders.Apply assistant bookkeeper and general office Rev. C. H. Jones, Secy., No. 1 Frank List your property with
work" by lady of FOR SALE:-Light, fine healthy I
at once to Mrs. H L. Byrd. Par- 1.0el experience.Tltt Scott F. C. H., Stella Dawson, Secy, J
for .
S4novlm dress B. Journal me sale. raised turkeys, worth $2 50. but let go
ton Fla. No. 2 novlO-lmpd at SI 8a each. Apply to Nettle Oliver .+........ ..........e...................*.*..+...*.*

WANTED competent nurse. Apply at WANTED-Five hundred couples to attend Molina Fla. 17nov2w
once at No. 412 North Palafox street the grand Thanksgiving boll on I
22nov Thursday. November 29, at C. K. of A. SALE- room house, good location,
hall, Barroa' TO best water in the city A bargain. Apply -
I orchestra. 18nov MONEY LOAN. J. W. Bullock Jr.Real 9th avenue and 16th street. ISnovlm ,
WANTED-Good house girt Apply 229 LI kfAR.President JOHN PFEIFFER,
North Spring street. 22nov YOUNG LADY CLAUVke-Preaidentand CasMer J.W.ANDREWS. :
stenographer wishes
FOR SALE-111 acres excellent
amount pineappleand
UNLIMITED money to loan
WANTED I AT ONCE-A good cook al Florida tion in or Pensacola South Alabama.or anywhere in West all kinds personal property on short on Estate and Mortgage Loans orange land on Jupiter river; ex- TH I
cellent market; close to railroad three BANk
Get :
notice. Terms rates
SOnov easy my before
18 East Wright street. Address M. E.
I "CX. Care Journal 17novCOr.1OY"S going South Palafox.elsewhere. Star Loan Co. 11CU Room 302 Brent Building. miles healthy from locality.ocean Address some J.improvements E. Benefleld.: AMERICAN NATIONALCF
?WANTED' good cook.I>ply at once !: celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera Aycock, Fla. 8nov '
to Mrs. Carte. Navy Yard. 20novlwWANTED lice
cure and mite killer as well
$5000.00 te loan on good security. Pensa-
Phone 637 rtNSMCOLA seaOpera
u an unexcelled Egg Producer. All FOR SALE-At a bargain
paying Furniture
-A white party, or parties, to guaranteed, and a splendid grade of cola Investment Company. SOoct business at 138-' East Intendencia- I
run a boarding house for ten or twelve wheat that will make fowis House Building.
your lay. F. street. Address Box 325, City. 8nov
Saw mill laborers near Century. House 8 Mellen & Co.. Pensacola, Fla. Phone MONEY on estate and I

: Jj.free, Century and goods, Fla.at wholesale. Address 16nov2w J. 334. nv Terms personal easy property J W. Bullard on short, 28% notice.South FOR SALE.FOR FOR SALE--Six-ton schooner 36 feet I DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
Palafox St. Phone 1144. over all 11 feet beam round bottom.
A.'iTED-Poa1t1on' as saw filer or superintendent copper fastened tight and in good condi CAPITAL STOCK, 1200,000. SURPLUS $60.003.
or mill foreman by a I CAN LEND YOUR MONET: at eight SALE-A fine Jersey threegalloncow tton. with good sail and gear. A bargain I
BOARD AND ROOMS. competent man. References furnished. cent. If you have any that : third calf in a few days. Apply King & Runyan. 4nov
Address J. W. Lasseter, Andalusia Ala. you 221 West Jackson St. 25novlt*
want interest on, see me about it It
Ii '_. Cnovlm will be absolutely safe on real estate FOR SALE OR LEASE-6-room and ban Henry L. Co\'lngton. Frank Redly
i ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms Leslie E. Brooks. Phone FOR SALE-FIne six-room cottage on cottage. with outbuildings attached F. E. Brawner,
suitable for light housekeeping. Use WANTED-To rent, a house on North security. 462. East Hill; fine neighborhood high and Corner 14th avenue and 15th street. Writ J. M. Pfeiffer, W. 8, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar,
of phcne and bath. Apply 822 East Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows dry. House on two corner lots. Trees in J. M. S_ Care Journal, or apply 313 East Bryan Duimody; T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders,
Qadsde& or Phone 897. 25nov one year from date of December 1. Ad. money from Jno. A. Hall & Co, 14W yard. All modern conveniences. House Romana street 4no\ A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura
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dress Pensacola Investment Co. 3nov2t E. Government St. When In need call new. Will sell cheap or exchange for I
W. L.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room In on us.MOXEY. property near in town Address Mrs A. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-25,000 CaHthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oerting
t_ good location. Young couple preferred WANTEDAll'kinds beer bottles. I pay M, Care Journal. 25nov brick, one 35-horse power engine 10 Alex McGovvIn, C. M* Covlngton, M' E. Clark.
G. .Apply, 815 East Gadsden. 23novlw ISc dozen I basalt all leading brandsof : LOANED on an kinds of per feet 1-inch pipe. This engine Jus. ti
wine*, beera ana whiskies, and still sonal property on short notice. Terms FOR SALE-Two burner "Splendid" thlnr for a small saw mill Address Box Jtkly (cicsilltxts fcr rent II IZR,1210 ted {5X0 the year. Private apartment
i' FOR RENT-Two connecting rooms, suitable manufacture that well-established co'ghmedicine. easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romana. wickless kerosene stove, with oven; 103, Pensacola, Fla. Sloe tin In connection for the convenience of customers.
used one month. Bargain. H. B. Banks.
for light housekeeping. Apply Joe' Roth, corner Tarragiaa Phone 11(5. itch
i---- phone 122S. 2Qnov and Government. lloct 254 East Gregory street. 2onovlt* FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed -
f UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon Pointer Puppies $10 and $15. Signed. Four per cent interest Paid on Tim Deposit

f c FOR REXT One room with privilege oft WANTED-At' once a four or five-room all kinds of personal property. Special FOR SALE-Strawberry plants. Bermuda Bagdad Kennels Bagdad, Fla. llnovlm
bath; on North Hill car line. Gentleman cottage. Must be close in and in rood rates to business men on ek e grass for lawns and California
preferred. ,Address E. Care Journal, neighborhood. Address 123. Care .Tour- loans. The New York Loan Co, 20454 privlts for hedging, by Thos. McMillan, FOR SALE and Immediate delivery, one
t ionovlw naL 25sept South Palafox. Brent, Fla. 25nov automatic tandem compound center
s crank steam engine of about 150 horsepower ,
TAILORING :.. Diamond Tailor FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near and two return tubular boilers 7: "'
TWO UNFURNISHED rooms for renti Gent clothing cleaned pressed and city. Part heavily limbered; part Inches diameter by II feet long. For fuLparticulars
repaired -
i _Apply IS West Belmont street 16nov on short notice. No. 11H West FOR 'RENT. cleared Call phone :85; or address 1102 apply Stone & Webster Eng
Government St, Pensacola Fla. East Gadsden. ISnovlm Corporation Box 830. Pensacola, 14no\
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212

I West Gregory street 16novlm WANTED-A. R. FOR RENT-Six-room .cottage on East PANAMA CANAL EDITION of'The FOR SALE-Forty acres land well timbered Be Business-like
Bingham wants
| and He your HilL Desirable neighborhood. High Journal magnificently illustrated good house. 1% miles east o' '
FOR RENT-Two furnished front rooms.I moving breakage. Phone hauling 630. guaranteesall and dry. One block and half from car magazine containing scores of views of Olive, Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O
for rent, suitable for light housekeeping line. All modern conveniences. Address the city and harbor_ For sale -t all Box 164, City. 9novlm
Use of phone and bath. Phone' J. W. Coons at Pensacola Investment book stores or at The Journal office By
8Jt; 810 East Gadsden. llnovlm WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. Co. 25nov mall 20 cents. U'EJ; FOR \LE-One well-trained' thoroughbred .
!I I want your moviny and hauling. AU -
English Pointer. Good pedigree'
breakage: guoranteed T. B. Thors n. I FOR RENT-Two nice double stores on FOR SALE-10000 acres round timber Apply N. B. IL. Century Fla. 21novlw-
FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room. Propriety-<< Phona ..8.
East Intendencia street between Pala land. 1X500 saw mill timber and saw
southern exposure, second floor. Corner I fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher mill 32-room hotel at a bargain. Sev- FOR SALE-Driving mere 4 years oH
jflth avenue and 12th street, near EastBill AlI."TED-AU kinds of electrical work. Real Estate Agency. 22nov eral good farms and town properties. gentle good traveler. Any lady cat The giving of checks in the payment of bills and
"ar line. llnor I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand Write Gentry & Settertind Chtpley. Fla. drive her. C. R. Yaeger 200 Thieeei
other electrical supplies. When you FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage 22sept buIlding. Nov other-obligations is the most dignified mannerof
5 need me ring J45 or So*. E. W. Peake. room for rent suitable for furniture
RENT NTvely furnished
BOOMS font room FOR in quiet -neighborhood. AP- New Star_Laundry Sldg, E. Garden. or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar.ragona FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half blockin -- -- ------------ transacting such business. And in addition,
street Ilnov2w street Phone 39. New City near Bay View park, will
East Churns
202 ;;-NTE Business
ply -Second-hand sack of an descriptions exchange for coitR.oroPey: cheap if Opportunities. it enables you to keep tab on expenditures-
;\..- I I I wanted. If out of town ship taken at once. 130J E.Stroag your
FOR r.ERooma with or without them to us: if in town ring us up at No.. HOTELS.BROWN 21novlm NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS OPPOETUNITIES prevents the useless_ spending of Put all
board. Men only. Apply 17 West La- S34 or bring them to us at corner of -$I'i& buys % interest pay money.
S Rua St. 7novlm Chase and Alcanii Sts. F. S. Mellen & FOR SALE:-$%).00 cash for Remington ing restaurant. $300 good oyster saloor your money in the bank and draw checks againstit
Co. ZSjuiy HOUSE-DeFunlatc Springs. Typewriter in first-class writing order, and restaurant J00, grocery wood and
" TWO NICELY furnished rooms for rent, Good beds airy rooms elegant meals, reason for selling. have no use for same coat Bargain. $500, restaurant furnished and you'll. be surprised at how much you can
with <" without board; privilege of bath free bath tDi'ra..s: rooms. Special here. Address "B," Care Journal rooms, rare chance $509, o *
' and phone: convenient to car line. Ad. I attention men. Ilates.6L00 21novlm* chance to expand1200. saloon, theatre save. .
OTSS 12C East Gaasden street 27octlmo LOST. I per day. J. R. Brown. Prop. district, rare chance. $%%00, fine grocery -'rSd
k FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam bar. monthly receipts $700. $:->00. splen- : -

1': T.HREE UNFURNISHED" ROOMS suit- .LOST-An opportunity to Bell CHICI HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open an the engine. steam drying room moulds did grocery bar, monthly receipts $1000. :, ...'. c" ;
<< 4..ble for light housekeeping with priv. I I LETS by a drug store that sold out_ year. American and European plan. and everything complete for carrying on get particulars. Louisiana Business Co., ... .
1 !U&. of bath. Apply 222 West Belmont Special summer rates. First-class In business, together with the finest bed ol New Orleans. -
,!> 2oct LO T-Lock from watch fob, engraved every respect. Pleasant and convenient pottery clay in Escambia county. Lo-
W. C. M. Reward for return to 29 E. Mrs.: T. L. Bowen Prop., Pensa cated right in the city. Apply to or address YELLOW PINE oAWMILL: IV SOUTH
Garden street or 12 East Gadsden cola. Fla. ISapr RP.. Reese ISseptf ALABAMA-$10.000 buys plant paying
RE.'lT-Nn.IY furnished front
FOR room ,etreet net $1200 monthly. $18,000. Alabama :
II In private family southern buoy FIRSTNATrONAL
exposure 4
Desirable neighborhood and near business .BAY HOTEL-Open night and da,. Eu- FOR SALE-Large furniture wagon and Lime Works, easy terms. Particulars; BANK
-enter. Use of bath, gas anal phone LOST strayed or stolen-female setter ropean plan. Rooms light and clean. harness in good condition. Fisher Furniture Louisiana Business Co. New Orleans.
Apply to 422 West Gregory or phone Uo8-, ., puppy about eight months old, white Transient trade solicited. (75-579 South house 13S and 140 East Intendencia -
t-:1::; % tlmI with blue ticks. Suitable reward for return Palafox. Joa. & Nicoiau, Prop. street. 9nov MONEYMAKING SALOON, WATER OF PENSACOLA FLA.
to W. A. Blount Jr. ITnov PROOF LA. Will take stock. Rare
chance! Bonanza! Particulars. Louisiana
FURNISHED ROOM for rent Apply 301 FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen Business Co..' New Orleans La.
W. Chase street host & Sons' piano In handsome rosewood Designated Depositary of the United States.
FOUND.STRAY i FOR ADOPTION. Ilfse. A bargain. Piano :an be seen
L i by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. oct Obelisk Flour makes a
I PERSONAL.TO I FOR ADOPTION-One orphan boy. 7 home. W. H. Knowies, President. W. K.; Hyer Jr., VIce-Prestdent and Ca hier.
Cow and Calf brindle with whiteface years old. and one orphan baby boy S FOR SALE-Half-Interest in one of the happy It pleases every Thos. W. Brent Ass t Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier.: I

I marks; crop and split in right ear; I months old. Will be given for adoption to best furniture houses in South Alabama member of the Directors-F.C Brent, W A.Blonat. W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hyer. Jr
TIlE sweetest girl In town-Your owner may have same by paying for this responsible parties. For particulars apply Reason for selling to devote more time family.: Look
confectioner has those CHICLETS forma ad. 6 M East Gregory street C. R. Olsen. Pearl Eagan Home, or lira. Wm. to other interests. Can on or address W. for pink tickets in 17...O..Brent-
) rv 'I 8lovlm. I Fi: her. President lIDo.. Sheppard. Florala, AlaIlnovlm packages. <


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"The Best is What We Sell" IWORK ON BAYOU "I'll!! have a little THE'EXPENS'ES \, .. ': ;Tr 1lr

.. whiskey." That's what men generally i rtl

ROAD D GOINGAHEAD under friends.] say such Don't what conditions you with know congenial you're that : OF COUNTY % THEM.&O. I :

drinking the whiskey that shows Ii ,

the longest profit for the house? aINOCTI i

ThANKSGIViNGCOMES t The Specify cheaper the kind brand? and see that MT The choice of all the i

i jI you get it. Say MARK ROGERSand

then the profit is on your side.
\ MARK ROGERS is awhiskeythat I E& good clothing'At I Ii

Clay is Being Lightered has the mellowness and age Report: of Finance Committee -

that a good whiskey must have.

I BUT Down From Head of :: makes Its flavor you is say delicious-: "Ahl" At Recent MeetingCommissioners. j i'i t1 a saving of! $2 to $5 !

Bayou Chico. 6=:3 MARK ROGERSis i

always just ,a little I : There is so much seed _t.... In the ,,
better. t'ot country now that the retailer can not be .. L
County Road Supervisor Baggett is The following Is the report of the 23 -. excused for carrying Inferior grades. des ,
At all good places e t'. k''i ': pite the fact that they afford him better I
; finance committee of
the Commissioners
ONCE now hard at work on the bard road : County; 52$ g profits. Thus our suits and overceats are -
A YEAR but you'll have to ask approved at the recent meeUrgcf the best that can be WJ.at the prices i $
which the county- building between > for it. the that county body during showing the month the expenses of October of: I f x-tut' viz: $7.60. 910 and sis and as every man I T
wants the moat and beet he tor
Bayou Chico and Bayou Grande and cn get
General Fund. : his money are we not giving man pre. i .
in a few days some very material News'PublishIng Co., printit ...$ 383.75 : cicely what he wants? '. ll
1 progress will be made. : BLCTKZSTHAL&BICUIlT- Electric Usrbt Co., lights ...7.... 'Sa.84 .stt55'4. S. ;
ao, Electric Light Co.. lights .....;..- 104.1S : pr- $7.50 $10 and $15. .4'
and we always want of The clay for this road is being se f"p 1 J.. E. Lionav repairs to courthouse $88.021L \ ; J 1::
plenty cured at the heard of Bayou Chico & B" & W. B. Drew'eo.. stationery GS. \) .
? J. \VUllams..a.........,. 2800 Each price representing a saving of
and is from there hauled down 'on e-. R. P. Reese expenses ...........- 200 $210$5. .

good things to eat. Here are lighters to. a point near the county 9 "TEE GREAT ATLANTA BIG HOur Edwin. II. Coo Reese, stationery stenographic.......work..... 3.40J. 1.'0 I Ii '-

bridge, there loaded onto wagons and \Vicke & Co., plumbing .......: 2090! : : ,.
Cajry &: Ox coal ._....... .-...... 600 i

for the table hauled towed to by the naptha road.launch.At The .lighters are A.for SL haulm llcJiillan..,..money........paid......out.. 5.S5 i
some suggestions Received. Pensacola Journal publishing.. 68.13 I O.i
the clay pit a great deal of Just -ont, Sweet OH, 'Cheeses. U H. Fairchild work ,.......... 7.00 j TH E Mo &
work has been required in order to Dill Pickles- Sauer Kraut. Mackerel, CodFish I IL Q DeSIlra,, lumber .......... 5.00 I

on next Thursday. get the clay to the lighters, but Super- Bread, Pigs French Feet Navy, Spanish Bread.Onions, Pilot Bay piles Electric.......&...Supply.......,Co...,..sup-.... I essIt. : I .
visor Baggett has solved the problemvery Everything ....
I fresh and new. Friedman & Co.. supplies 16(4 I II
I neatly. The pit is several hun- Witch Hazel JLOO per gallon. J. Williams, commissions. ..... 205.20J. !i CLOTHING STORE i if
dred yards from tae water and at the II Porter hammocks ......... 41.00F. .
.4 Marine Grocery Company.V. B. Bruce ICM-CS ................ S.Zi: ,
of the at that '
top high ground pointHe
V. J. Manage.MARKETREPORT.-. X\'est End :Market supplies ...;. 4.0::
has built two rail tracks from it :\- J. A. Walker stationery .......; IS.69 .
French Peas \. MusliI&rnsSugar to the water running them out over I.I.I I Crystal Pharmacy. drugs ....... 13.20 f 321-323 SOUTH PAUFOX STREET PHONE 1155 : .
R. L. Klchelsen. inquest ......... 5.00Eo. I '
Corn -. I the water on a trestle or high wharf directly i G. Sewell. coal ............... 30.00 ::...................................................: i
that the be .
.Asparagus so lighters can placed C. B Vctter work .?....... .... 23.70 ,
beneath them. Two specialy G. G. Bedsole rent ...;.......... 5.00 I
....-........... II
String Beans LobstersSalmon < ,''constructed have been J. :M. Crona.ork 6,75 I
clay ears built .
t J, b. Roberts, commissions ...... 611.iS .
\ i having traps in the bottom like export I

ArtichokesBeets. _. I .\ ..' coal cars and these are connectedwith I NAVAL I _STORES. I Total ...t. ................*......-I J2.552.S3! THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
a long cable which reaches from Fine and Forfeiture Fund. J
Shrimp ; I Savannah Ga. Nov.; 24-The naval i
\ the pit to the water. While one car II stores market closed to-day as follows: Scott M. Loftia convictions ..... 90.00 PENSACOLA '
.'. Is loaded it is started down the WW' .................................f 25 I' W. H. Mabry..................... 1300 :
75 Julia Merkma ; 410
j track and it pulls the empty car from I F:? .. 5 : John I.. Pinney costs ........... 28-50 A General Banking. Business Conducted on a Safe and ConservativeBasis.
; .. the water to the clay pit, the cable 1 ::::::::::: ::::::.::.::.::: :::.: 50 John L.PInney costs ........... 30.S3 .

i : i 10 R. I.. Nicholsen, costs .......... 14.78
Cranberries 'j' ""Apricots\ running through a pulleyat the pitWhen f..:::::::::::::.:;::::::::::::::::::: 40 H BeI1in er. costs .............. 756 Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.
: the loaded car is emptied, it is : 1! ...............:..:.......4 19 to 415 \T. H. Mitchell, costs ,.......... i2i ,
Pumpkin N t ;>: Peaches" In turn hauled back by the'weight of G ..........................: 55to405 J. C. Van Pelt feeding prisoners 262:.75
the other car which has been loaded. F ...................................3 95 A. W. Brewton, costs ........... 39 25J 1_ -- 1
Mince MPlum Cherries in ..................................3 !85 : M Harrison costs ........... 936W.
Thus no power is required to handle' D .................,........390te400 M Bowman, costs ........... ll.20J
these cars. C ............:.....................8 85 C. Van Pelt, costs' ...,-..<..... 7145
Pudding Pears! Three lighters are being used and Spirits turpentine 66*i cents.Pensacola M O. Baggett. feeding convicts.. 291.90 4LECTR1CITY4
'- Witness certificates ............. 3650:
these three
"S Apple Butter, Pineapplc make from two to tripsa Cotton MarkeLThe Road and BrldfieDistrict 3.

day. Each lighter will hold about following Pensacola cotton quotations .......
Pharmacy, drugs 1.00
. . Crystal
15 cubic yards of clay. About 30 are furnished by S P. O'Conor & Fla. &. Ala. Land Co., lumber.... 17417 4
convicts and free labor Co., F. O B. cotton. brokers Pensacola, ... .
men, including HcK. Oerting & Co., supplies 49 95 -
are being worked. : ....................... Southern Stales Lumber Co. .LIGHTING-HEATING-COOKING ; '
Good middling ..ioStrict >2 .
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lumber ; 30SS
', CHEESE Supervisor Baggett thinks that if middling .-................;....10S
.. r ."' '" everything works well he will be able Middling ..............................10% M. A. Siholy laborer ............ 10.00 i .

if. Strict low middling .......:.....-.... 9% Good Roads......Machinery. .........Co...,..Supplies ...-. .
complete the Bayou road in about Low middling ........................ 9V* .a ...... 1.50 \ '
'. N. 0. Grocery Co., supplies- 111.65SI. We "
four months. When it is compVtedit are now ready to connect to
Swiss.' : F. Gonzalez & Cosupplies. 1S.20 a
Roquefor'dClub will form not only one of the most' Obelisk Flour is the staff Standard OU Co., supplies ...... 792 our houses on East Hill.
p Important highways in the county but J. G. Wood manager ............ 5.00 9
House > : one of the most attractive drives as of life. Look for pink ticketsin W. K. Robinson manager ....... 4.00 5 Apply at office or telephone 106 t.
P. & P. R R. Co. ................ $9.C
Neufchtil American welL packages. F. E. Brawner Bupplies i......... 53.70 and our representative will gladly ;: .
:: : Jas. NIcholson, labor ............' 1050 ,
"1"1.. .: A..I.. Webb labor .............. COO furnish full information. ?
:DONTTAKE OUR Jas. W. :Majors, labor .......... 4S.80 I
'- R. 1* Bratcher. labor h......... 50.40 I I
WRECK or M &M WORD-ASK OUR CUSTOMERS -M. T. Pitts labor ............... 46.S9:
Purity Coffee. 'Tetl y's Tea John Andrews labor ............ 3*>.60J i I f
: :AND THEY -Hammack.. labor .......... 5220
: ; Sherman Majors, labor ...... 32.50 EscauiMa & Power Co. 'i'ipn
Huyler's Cocoa County Light
-; WILL TELL YOU THAT John Cone, labor ...I.:......i:.; 2000 I
r" M O. BapKett labor ............ ,6..00
.. .. ... ,' .. THEY ARE GETTING Philip_.Peake. labor .............. 3sOOO

'> DIV1 DElAYS THE FINEST MEAT ToW....."0.....................$1,293.20 1

Fancy Cakes Fruit Cake THEY EVER HAD. NEW District No. 4. -
: 'f j A Wafers A. IL Turner supplies ............ ....%1 .
-4 .. "
-' ". Crackers V CITY MEAT MARKET W A. Miller supplies ........... 33.61):
: ;_----t_ McMillan Mill.Co, supplies ..... 176 REV. J. G.. PATTON D. D. AT
: T TRAFH C CMail PRYOR BROS., PROPS., Jas. McVoy i. Co., supplies ...... 2 S3 : ,
'7 N. H. Odonv labor.............-. 52.00
.T : : !: '\":. .: PHONE 223.SPECIAL E B. Orubbs .................... 30.00
; '. Prtink Odom labor ............. 20.00
Figs' D SALE Joe Lewis labor: ................. 7.50 Bst PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH j jHe
j RaisinsNuts. THIS WEEK. L. Grlrrnlf'y': labor ,.:............ 44.00
The Ready-To-U Store will have a J. Mitchell labor ...;............ In.51
Oranges \ Candies'r special sale ail this week. Parties .... .
and Passengers Due I. Cunningham. labor .. 13.75 ,
wishing bargains in nice high-grade B Jackson. labor ............... 4.00 I
; Grapes --_ goods will find it to their advantage to B Lewis -labor.H.............4. 1125T I they begin to realize that he is verj i '
Yesterday at 5 A. M. visit their,ad this in Cue to- store ay'g this wee&: Read Lewis, labor ...........20.00.. Is Holding Some. Notable. orach beyond what they first belleve4 -
paper. ft Allen labor .................. :1.60 him He '
I to be. sometimes nearly -.s
.. Did Not Arrive Un- Are you fond 'of good coffee? Try II. P... Garrett Flllinzlm, labor labor..:::::;:::: 3000G 7.30Wrn. : Revival Services There reaches the sublime and flashes of ,

Jackson Square the celebrated French W. Choron. labor ............ 16.23 fancy frequently lUarre his subject; '
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drip coffee leading grocers hare It. C Elder. labor" 1875Wm. but there to be absence ot
til Noon.A Kellum labor...:.....;.... 500 Now.A seems an 4'
: Ring us up early' SO we 1, 2 and_ 4 poundair; tight tins. II- Hopkins 'labor ............... 18.73 anything like humor in his make up.
Frank :Miller labor 0............. 18.75A. Preaching Is too serious a thing for I
NOTICE. W. Majors labor ............, 48.00A. I him to trifle about. .
: T. labor .............. 30.00
Regular meeting order of Majors.
wreck the M. & M divisionof '
on FORCE The first time hears him he I -
can fill wants n.q Eastern Star Tuesday night Wm. Moore labor ............... 2000 SPEAKER OF SINGULAR one
your the Louisville and Nashv/le/ at an ,__Sck! at 8 o'clock November 21.MKS B T Majors labor .........,.... 1759 i wonders how the man could illustrate Iso
early:: hour yesterday morning; delayed .eet, ( ELLA BEYERS W, T. Majors, labor ............. 21.75 AND POWER, ALTHOUGH HE'SHOWS I well without the aid of anecdote. 4 1
traffic to such extent -i'v.. M. R. O Connell labor ......... ... 625
an as to cause ,
He be called
cannot a word painter .
Iy MISS MART B1OGETT. K. A. Tucker. labor 36.00 EVERY AND PRE.
passengers and mail from Mobile and r Secretary. }I. BaVer labor ................. 2163 FORM yet his diction is faultless. lie is j
New Orleans to be about six hours J. Bra SENSATIONAL-
late in reaching the city. J. }Ol. Kimmons, labor ........... :310 TENSE OF THE; 4
: fluent and attractive He is not t all t
\ Thursday NOT 29th is the date of i a
A. T. FiUngim labor 8.63
Rosenau&GereldsIf The wreck occurred at Bay Minette the big Thanksgiving dance at C. K. C. H. Jackson labor ............. 25000 I 1ST. !cyclonic, but he moves down trpon '. '.
where a local freight had stopped to of A.. Hall don't miss It. :things with such an irrislstable force f '

discharge some freight when fast Total ...........................t 96187 that they give way impercepltlbly. '
freight No 73, bound from Cincinatt ORDER YOUR ROAST Dlttrlct No 5.S I ,There is a vast deal o to New Orleans crashed into the rear J. Strickland labor ............ 6St.SO The Rev. J. G. Patton, D. D., of De- in his preaching and you can hear
FROM US AND IT WILL H. C. KeUu, labor j............ 5057 to Pensacola on i ;
end. A flagman. had been sent backto catur came the heartbeats of the man back behind ,,
J. H Long labor ................ 1562 !
: The Fancy Grocers flag the freight should it appear BE JUST RIGHT. PHONE B !)eIlTlS, labor .......:......... .25J Wednesday evening last and began I the words. Half the preachingof
......... .. of meetings at the First Presbyterian .
but he did not proceed far enough up M Mllstea. labor 2102: a series to-day goes wide of the marl? because ,
223 NEW CITY MEAT H. IL Ward labor .............. 2000 church. Since that time he
the track to allow the fast freight to R..J. Bowman labor ............ ...2" I I it Is not winged with human ,
stop when the engineer saw the sig-- MARKET PRYORBROS. J. R. Merritt. labor .............. 4787 has preached five sermons on as many sympathy. His preaching Is inspiring :
Phone 391 PensacolaAT M. I*. ParSley labor ...........i. 80.00 subjects" each of which was a compendium I I and uplifting not derisive and abu r.
naLConductor Cowart of the fast freight PROPRIETORS. .T. W. Gllmore, labor .... ........ SO 97B of gospel Information. Dr.j slve. He talks xery sanely about the V 4-'
M: Boars, labors....:........ 1025V : travels straight ahead and : ,
..... had his wrist injured but with this '. IL Majors, labor 6447T. Patton I sinner and says there is no necessity
< -'" exception the men escaped without in- B. Wigg1nA( 'labor :::::::::::: $956: when he finishes' the pathway along for his remaining bad and as he lifts ,'

Jury. The track was blocked at the -ee wr -. L. W. 'Grimsley labor .......... 700 which he has gone is well illumina him out of his environment on lie
R. Hammac. labor %.51$> of him
point for a number of hours as the J.Brewton promises God and shows
R. 250Join
THE J rear of the local freight was' badly THIS IS THE WAY Chavez-labor:-' :::::::::::: 187: ted.If Demosthenes was correct In his vistas of enchantment awaiting him '-

smashed up and cars derailed.McKINNONVILLE. Frank Brewton labor ,.......... 123; analysis of eloquence when he saIdIt in the future. he allures him heaven. J'j
RI1'JVednesday.: Reasons ; :. : ; : WE MAKE TROUSERS Jesse Albert Brew Grice.ton labor, labor- '............ 187 1.87 was three parts action then Dr. ward. He is neither a dreamer or I ji -'
3ES1 III : :: ::: Patton ha much of this essentiaL He sensationalist, but a practical preacher t

Total ...........................$ 61 .94 is never boisterous- but always vehement I of deep piety and great force. -
;c. Why m m and his emotional nature Itwlllpayallgoodpeopletohear L

\ Nov. '28 .Q.. '' .. I lIfi1I! THANKSGIVING TURKEYS, POUL. ,playin?on a somewhat nervous temperament Dr. Patton for he will help them and li..:
rro4f lPI"-"' : : ,. ; EGGS & ETC. E. M. POO LEY,
.: TRY gives to his delivery an those who are not so good will b* -
Commencing 7.30 P. M. You can read a man's Special to The Journal. 1' WHOLESALE COMMISSION DEAL. earnestness that always attracts an encouraged and not disheartened by ,t '

character by the collar McKinnonville Nov. 24.-Misses ER COR..'CHASE.; AND DEVILLIER audience. Jle has the faculty of growing him. The meetings; at the First Presbyterian L
PROGRAM. Clinie and Rose and Mr. WIley Mathisof STREETS. PHONE 1211. on people and somehow those church will continue through 4 -

1 Grand March for ladles only In he wearsIs Enon, were callers in McKinnon ,who hear him once go again, and then the week. ,;. I-i

fancy costume. villa Monday. .thfl2
yours a Messrs. A. A. Fleming and A. L. BLUFF SPRINGS. -- -
t-Grand March for men only In
McCallum returned Wednesday froma
fancy costuma. : -
LION BRAND short stay In Pensacola. -
*.-Grand March of couplet. Mr Robert McKincn spent Mondayand
15 Cents Each' At An -
4.-Grand March all skaters partlctpatIrg 2 lor 26 C nts. Good Shops.LOrWcol3rs' Tuesday In Mohno. Special to The Journal. I Hostetter's
Messrs.'\\iuam Jackson and LuthnrGrimsley Bluff Springs, Nov. 24.-Mr. James

of Dnon were here Tuesday Dawson: died at the home of his parents .
tume.L*Ladles'. fait skating contest In cos- here last Monday.and was buried Stomach Bitters

I! 'XNTTBXttoU Mr. Jacoby. of !Mohno was a business at Pleasant Hill cemetery Monday. He
-Men'* fait skating! contest, Inr cos csen of msrpbias I caller here Tuesday. leaves a wife and two small children,
tumeT opium .
PAINLESS ,elixir of opium,e> Miss Sallie McKinnon left \\ednesay and brothers and sisters to mourn his ETWj4'The best Medicine You Can Take :
.-General csineorwtlsker.aUrge for a few days visit to Pensacola. i loss, who have the sympathy of the j3ITTrzS)
PIU book of par entire community.Mrs. C TO RESTORE THE APPETITE, '

rlu for best ladle's. costume. i fIttsularsoallomSOTIvIlsasatorlom trest I : Leana.Crary is critically ill at SI TO SWEETEN THE STOMACH,
Prize for best men's costume. ,Dr. Mrs. Robert Col- 1 TO PREVENT SOUR RISINGS. IC
I lieU How's This? her daughter's home .,
AND WOOLLEI, !Iron Brandare LIVER, t
PrIze for fastest lady. skater: KMlf.PrrorSt.lUuta We offer On Hundred; Dollars ly and her death la expected any moment. -,
j 'WliisksrCora. Georgia for any case nf catarrh that Reward I for Individuality sad for Quite a number of her childrenand TO RELIEVETHEKIDNEYS. ;
Full noted ; .
Brass Band will be In attendance. cured by HaU c Catarrh Cure.TO fit- The beat New grandchildren are with her watch.
I *C2.EE1L& CO. Toledo 0. I talJor- nade make these trousers.No end.. Her daughter Mrs. TfcS are an danger sanale of ya more serious sickness and :
fc.Hld ei and gentlemen who participate I We. undrrstened; have known' York tailors 'lug the .. row c&nnot afford to fake thames br delay Therefore 4 5$
make better
tothe skating all are earnestly requested Cheney for the last 15 years and bel1ev F J tailor could ones I Moreno of Mobile Ala, came Thurs Ii act a bottle Of Hoetttter'i Stomach Bitter tai very : -
nd In some fancy costume. I HICKS'CAPUDINE him perfectly honorable JnU business : Sold In Pensacola by.. ( Cr and a.. for jrooreeif tow mlcb004 It will do 700.
transactions and financially able to carry WHITE NIX.CLOTHIERS day.Mr.. Jett Stanton is out again.aftera It to also a sure remedy to prevent aad cure H

ik f"1, 25 ad.1I15slon cents.' 10 cents. Use of out WALDINO any obligations, KIN-NAN made&by MARVIN his nrm.' I few days sickness. ,, ri-. fndlgettlon. Ojrcpepela:! Cramp, Blllousn.... Cottvenec *- '

k IIOIUIA1'D.1 CVlU Wtol eDruKiat* Toledo '0. 29 South Pal&foz St.. Miss Mardella Parker has returned 'S *. Headache, Heartburn Insomnia. Femalein
HalTs Catarrh Cure U taken Internally. from Hattiesbnrg Miss. where she I *, cold. Chill or Malaria Fever and Ague.
SSRRITT HEADACHEStmtJip acting directly upon the blood and mucous MADE BT relatives for some time. ,
MORENO. visited ,'
surfaces Of the svstem. Testimon- -a :r The Genuine Is eold only In bottle Ilk* niiutratioivand
A Bent for 01 ALL DESCRIPTIONS. COLDS ials sent free. Price '75 cents per bottle. BLOCH BROS: &KILPATRICK Mrs. Gn Davis and Mrs. Brooks baa our Private Stamp over the neck. :
D.rtoia Safe and Lock Co., J*.t. .2uuPaiMi1s i Sold by all druggists. 17-19 Waverly Place, New York. Corley were visitors in Pensacofe this
canwn- Ohio Take Hall Family Pflla for
and Salesroom."._20 E. Gov. St. kuu I matten.; week.


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Suit '

,t 7- Not only It the Suit; but the complete .outfit >" :-1i. This Week .:

-Suit, _Hat, Shoes, Underwear, Shirt, etc., r .
is here in your number ,and in ,whatever

: style your fancy may desire. will be to your interest to call in at our store, where in every ;

it t i- Suits_$1O.OO to $35.00 department you will find a splendid line of high-class merchandise at _

!f Shoos_92.5O to $6.50 (

i- Shirts.SOc to 2.50 prices that invite ,comparison. The holidays are fast approaching and :

Fancy Vests_ SOc to $6.00

i Underwear_$1.OO to $4.00 now is the time (before the rush) to select your gifts. In our shop -

you will find many beautiful and appropriate! gifts that will please ,

: THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists and delight your friends.

in Men's and Boys'Wear =

Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAFOX Th& Special Inducements Offered in the Following Will Be in

I- ---... I Force All This Week and Should Interest You. .,

;. The "Clean to Handle" Fountain Pen. ,:. : \ '

L. Waterman's Non-Leakable Fountain Pen, ,
Clean to Carry, clean-to-fill, unlike all others. Inky \
and fountain ..- *-,- SHOES! SHOES-! BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S; CLOTHING.
fingers are not pleasant, a good pen is

appreciated. Prices $1.50, $3.50, $4 and $5. Several dozen Baby Shoes,our fine $1.05 quality for. 97c / 2500 pair of Our celebrated Boy-Proof Trousers, at,

COE'S BOOK STORE ?Brent SOUTH BulltSIng PALAFOX Ph."STRftT.335 One lot Ladies' Fine House Shoes, rubber heels, visca- per pair . . :. .. . . . .. . 39c
2 lized soles, $1.75 quality. .'..:. .'. . . :.'. .'. $1.39 100 Suits for boys, 3 to 15 years, a splendid $2 value

I City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. 200 pair Children's Fine Shoes, sizes 8% to:2, at '96c, for . . . ... u eo. ... . eo. .. $1.78

,,,_ Denomination 1936. Redeemable$1000.00 each.Jan. 1st Dated 1926.January Interest let Payable, 1906. Seml-Annually.Maturing January 1st,, values as hIghS, .-. . . ;: ....: . . $2.50 <,: MEN'S AND BOYS' UNDERWEAR.
IN TO SUIT PURCHASER. One lot Old Ladies' Comfort, a good solid leather : J

Bank of shoe for .,. . . . . . . . . 89c 3000 suits of finevSanitary Fleeced and Jersey Ribbed
JThe Peoples Pensacolajt 500 pair J3oys' Shoes, all solid leather, our $1.50 shoe' underwear, warm and durable. Our $1 quality

Pensacola. Fla. for . . . . . ... .;. . . . 97c for .. .. . .. .. ... .. . .'. ... 84c t
300 pair of Men's Good Solid Leather Shoes at .$1.23 MEN'S CLOTHING. !

'. _, I EN'S FURNISHINGS. '. \ 50 suits of Wood Worsted and Casimere ,elegantly

25 dozen good allwoolHose, at, per pah. . 21cJ tailored! $10 and $12 values, this week .'. .$8.75

-Hose at, per pair . . ,. . . . 21c 350 pair of Fine Worsted annd Cashmere Trousers. .$1.59

An excellent_ line of Fine Cashmere J -Hose at. . 50c HATS AND CAPS.

5-IO-25C@JTORE Newest and Nobbiest styles in 25 and 50c hose shown. 10 dozen Boys' and Children's Caps . .. .. ... 18c

} 200 dozen Fine, FancyHose . . . . 15c New and elegant line of Caps and Cloth Hats for

50 dozen Men's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at 4c boys and girls, 25c to. 1.25 quality for .,. . 95c

Thanksgiving Sale Starts MondayJust

25 dozen LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, well made, good range of colors, f
a few days more of smashing values! We've 50c \
f had a most gratifying patronage the past week, but each only *
t we know there are many women who have not look- ,.:J '

ed over our offerings, so we will hold a three days'

t.t.Thanksgiving t! Wednesday night.Sale, beginning :Monday and ending 35 LADIES' SKIRTS, black and colors, values up to seven dollars, your f I) '

I t. This sale will.! aptly illustrate the: power of our choice for .. ." .' ,. tJ
i_ large business. ,If we didn't have the outlet and

E i't, buying regular fifty-cent power of 60 values stores for,,we only couldn't ten cents.t possibly. give One lot of 2,000 yards of FLANNELS, in good range of colors, 35c values, n

t_ This sale has,something for every room in yourt 1 C
Note the our price \J
house.' special bargains.MONDAY .


Kress' Turkey Roaster SaleJust ._ "EVERYTHING TO WEAR." .

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the thing to cook the turkey or chicken in for -- -. '.- ;B

Thanksgiving. They are durable, made of heavy .
sheet iron and self-basting, but his signal was for the engine to
STREET: CAR IS STRUCK stop. The conductor and motorman Reefers
25c complete. had no idea that the flat car was com- BOTH SUFFEREDPAINFUL .
ing back and the conductor signalledto

worth 75c.Kresst CROSSING L. & N. TRACKEngine One the of motorman the railroad to go men ahead.stated yes- Mufflers,
terday afternoon that. the accident
was due to the slack of the cars, as
about three feet south from its track, the engine had gone forward only Seasonable
Turkey Platters Was Backing Cars and the passengers badly frightened Just far enough to allow the street
but uninjured, left the car. Two of car to pass and when it stopped the
-South When the Acci- the passengers were ladies and they slack was taken up, only to allow the SweatersHat
,Make the Thanksgiving Dining Table look wonderfully were seated on one of the seats which cars to roll back a moment afterwardsand BURNS
strike the street He also
was smached to pieces. The other car.
' pretty. ,. dent Occurred. two passengers were F. E. Commynaand i said that the engine had a long stringof Happiness
These beautiful 14-inch hand-painted 'Mr. Stagno. i cars attached, some below Govern-
Turkey plat- From statements of those who wit! ment street, and others above and '
ters will do it. _' CAR WAS BADLY DAMAGED, AND' nessed the accident the flagman who I that the cars had been uncoupled and Mr. and Mrs: Frank Sanders Shirts in Smart SocietyTHE
was standing near the crossing did some pulled ahead by the engine to
25c each. ]k.A" FOUR PASSENGERS HAD A back, clear the track for the street car. ,
not signal the engineer to come
At : :
.l *" Foreman Haskell was arrested by the Injured Their Home >
worth $1.25 eacli.r .-* : ., NARROW ESCAPE. police and told to appear Monday
:! morning. Yesterday.Mr. HABERDASHER

.. Street car No. 26. of the Belt line, f 222 S. Palafox.
Into at the corner of Govern-
Kress' was run
Celery TraysBeautiful \ ment and Tarragona streets yester DIES IN MARSHALL. TEXAS. and Mrs. Frank Sanders were
day'morning by a flat car,-which-was painfully, though not seriously burnedat
being backed south by an L. & N. News has reached the city of the their home on East Hill yesterday. They
I hand-painted Celery Trays to match the switch engine. Tee four passengers Vc\bu death at her home In Marshall, Texas, The accident occurred at the noon
above-named turkey platters, escaped without injury but the streetcar of Mrs. Laura F. Tearwood daughter -hour when dinner was being prepared.
was badly damaged one end being was not all"smooth sailing" of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brown, of and but for the presence of Mr. Saun-
I 25c thrown from the tracks, and a number this city. The funeral services were ders the lady undoubtedly would have We have all of our
3- -* .of the seats nd'stanchloDs being jack did some taH figuring" befort conducted at the Baptist church in suffered much more serious injuries now
I : worth 75c. smashed.One he could see his way dear to succeed. rest that city and the remains placed at I t I Mrs. Saunders was about the stove storm-beaten docks work-
of the passengers on the car beside her husband in Greenwood in the kitchen, and desiring to
at .the time of the accident stated cemetery. the stove door picked up a cloth ing, and are prepared to dork
I that. the engine having several cars Vulcanite roofing :Mrs. Yearwood' leaves a father and which was saturated with on, but 3,000
: from 100
fork. eboDY attached had moved north on its trackto mother, two children four sisters and which she did not notice at the time. any vessel to
. Carving pvd, scimitar; and Table "French Handles-fi"beautiful clear the way for the street car, lack' came t .-n Sets swedge blade 6 or 8 inches Silver ish with new'aud'r Mat fio- and that just as the latter'was In the bp ns as it always does whenbows' a large circle tie of friends. She cloth Ignited, and the blaze spread to
n p long, forks with guard, per set 25C designs of Grapes and Leaves.exquisite No center of the track the cars were its merits are known, church was a of member Marshall of and First the members Baptist her dress. Captain Saunders was near solicit estimates from cartains
backed down it, striking the and quickly !
t doubt the sprang to where she
r handsomest line ever sold almost so, of course. Jack's of the Sunday school class which she and owners of vest -
--r' C h1n. .odd shapes such as at anywhere near the car with such force as to stood to extinguish the blaze and fl.
Souvenirs PPus boots aDd knife,fork,Spoon,etc. carries price. with overturn it,: and causing almost a c;. house was a success. taught designs presented at the many beautiful floral nally succeeded, but not until Mrs. requiring docking and r,'.
vpretty.. decorated. our****year guarantee.Kress' panic among the four passengers who Your will be.too,if grave. Saunders had been very painfully
rcrywhere forge %m'price.$old IOC I each pica . .price.roc ( were afraid.to,jump out on'the south l yW use Vulcanite burned;and his-hands:and arms as far pairs. .
side of the car for fear that it would Feeling bad today, headache tomorrow as the, elbows blistered. '
11" overturn on them, and could not leave the cheapest good is a sure sign you need I* L. Both had immediate medical atten- OLLINGER & BRUCEDRY
by the north side, owing to the flat roofing ever made. L. (Lamar's Lemon Laxative. It tics and although suffering much pain
'WATCH KRESS' WINDOWS car. For sale right herein touches your liver, Thafs where their conditions-are .not serious, and DOCK COMPANY
after i trouble Is. '
Fortunately the engine stopped town now by I your Captain Sanders was.down in the city
It had shoved one end of the car All druggists 50c. yesterday afternoon for ALA.k. .
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- !views that I do in regard to the ..in been shown at concert hall. The show i lant fight. This was received over I est tackle the gridiron has ever se n.1)I r 'i'n i t iI

IN! THE GREAT FIELD I juries.* runs for nearly two hours but there; the wire to-day, and it speedily found I Very few followers of pigskin dope !
is so much action in the pictures that I Its way to the ears of Herman and hare forgotten the game the "Jersey I iG G S : !
SHARKEY SAYS QUIT the spectator does not tire. But the Gans. I Buffalo" put on the orange: : and black CHRISTMASj'
OF MANLY AFTER TWO LICKINGSNew question of the "foul" remains unset-! It has been the lifelong desire of eleven two years ago when''he was a f'1
SPORTS tled. i Herman to get a crack at the cham- tower of strength on the Tigers' line. ; ri.
pionship. His chance has come. If ;
1 would quit York the, Nov.ring alter 2-uIf they get fighters two GRADUATE OFFERS '1 the winner $12,000 awaits him; if the BILLIARD CHAMPION EDITION IS :
sions are justified after short loser, ?S,003. The loser's end is more
New so a good lickings there would be better BOWLING CUP PLAY IN CLEVELAND
Football Rules Find than he has fought for. TbV
test it seems clear that the changes fighters fewer fatalities and room in I
F have rendered the game distinctly lunatic asylums," said Tom Sharkey in I thought of the pile of glistening gola Cleveland 0.. ,Nov. 24.-George Sutton I.1
:vcr With Public and safer for properly trained players and a recent interview."On Princeton N. J., Nov. .-In orderto I that will be his, the chance to oe the 18.2 champion, and Willie i ii
accomplished, at least in part the the level," contined the sailor, develop interest in bowling at called the champion lightweight of the I I Hoppe the 18.1 champion and challenger COMING S j. i
Players. Princeton a graduate has offered to world and the 1,000 shares of stock:
other aimed will ,
reforms at by their modi- "there's more crazy men in the ringtoday i of Sutton's honors, cross
present a to be played lor by- have aroused his fighting blood, anl i ii !c-.
-- fiers. The supreme test will come of' than people have any idea of cup i 'cues in New York about Dec. 12. IT 1 E
Danger Decreased by Abolishing course in the final and more severe and it's all because they just love to teams of five from the upper class i!though hi ia t doing but light training Hoppe should win (but he will be -- \ {1-, '.I+,. t
games of the season which, consequently : -. get licked quit the game I clubs and to be won outright this now he goeg'at his work with the determination -:!obliged to go some to do it),he will be
when f
: Old Style of Line will be a>vaited.this'year with thought there was no chance to be: a year. This sport has been receiving j that spells success. the undisputed champion at 18.1. 18.2, Readers and Advertisers Are ;:
much attention at Princeton this year. Herman is to become a benedict .
unusual interest by the football fraternity. champion. There's no .use stickingatthe i and of France, having won over Maurice ':
Plunging. game losing this week, winningthe "and the offer of a trophy has attracted i and his intended will be seated i Vignaux last winter. Yet old- All Interested in Journal's i t j
many of the college bowlers to the al-; at the ringside .to 'cheer him in his look for Sutton to show '
next, and always taking a flyer at !time players 1'i
'----_., WISCONSIN COACH I!being champion. These fellows go leys, but in acknowledging the offer:: battle and if ever in all his fighting'career'a I hIs heels to Willie that night in the Great Work. ,1'
NEWS\ ANDVIEWS OF SPORTING the college daily says: f' voice called words of encouragement -
contest The two greatly
crazy before they ever get near the J games are e
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SAYS RULES ARE GOOD "We are not entirely in favor of the: to him it will be the voice I I different and Sutton has always stucK ::;
M EN I I top and it's the same crowd that ;
AND MATTERS THROUGH- ; terms under which the is offered.It ., the woman'whom he is about to \ i
|! causes all the. trouble. -They cup of one :; to the 18.2 style. The conditions The assurances of support which t
OuT THE CONTh1fENT-GREAT? )Madison Wis. Nor. 24.-"After,;;in the ring until he gets one go or crazy two: is entirely foreign to Princeton's make his wife stirring him on ,to vie-I j which govern the championship em The Journal is receiving for its big *. > f
0A' S-NELSON BATTLE STILL. watching the"dame closely solar this!1 I hard beatings and then he's dead so social policy to have any contests tory. I blem require that the game be p1ayed1 Christmas Edition are not only gratifying : It; i' ;
season" says Dr. HutchIns, coach at l far as fighting is concerned. All of which would in any way foster inter-i Arrangements for the erection of a I within 60 days after the chaIIe but they show that the public :i 1 ; if' ;
TE TALK OF THE SPORTING Wisconsin, and graduate physician I!'our best men have fought one or two club rivalry. If this prize were offeredfor ,training camp are already under way.i the time expiration after Hoppe threw J lis very much interested in the com -. .: i
\\" 'RID. "1 am convinced the new rules are'I i great battles and then have*" gone the best class team it appears to,! The Kid likes outdoor woork and as'j down the gauntlet is Dec. 19. Ing effort J t1t-t- :'
beneficial to the players. for the reason -!I back. us that much more desirable results long as the weather permits he will do I 1 The Christmas Edition will contain 'JJ t : i .
.. Haven. Conn., Nov 21.-Genernnioii that, though they tend to increase!I|| "John L. Sullivan quit the first would be obtained. An Interest In his trainins! ,;"under the blue skies. Lit tiN MEMORY WILLIAM GENTRY. a world of matter especially propri. ,; h' i+ .
*'' '> bowling would, in all probability, be tie work w111'be rqiured to reduce ate to the and as it ,I
Holiday season
? " taken the members of all four weight. for Herman is at his best, will be issued before Christmas it ,St1 !
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on the somewhat limit.*! and strained tendons, the percentage]i i right idea. He met a better nan and by In that land of pearl and gold ; "
:''2'1> 'then classes and if the scheme should:around 10':; pound Gans will need iDwelleth, William will form the best possible medium :! JI
furnished by a half seat of fatalities will be decreased greatly. let it go at that. Corbett lost to Fitz, now our little
: ._ I I meet( with success a vauable means,lots of .h2rd traInng to get down to,, for advertisers who are out after the r, '
> (IDS to be distinctly fate I believe most of the Injuries will be at Carson in a gruelling battle and i. Where his heart can grow old. .
for of a prospective i the 133 pound mark ; At Cincinnatilast I I Christmas. trade. 11 f-
Tfcey not only improve the broken bones and twisted knee joints.I I was never good after that Fitz never the development ''Guilded there by angels holy '
&:.: would undoubtedly be week' he stepped on tile scales i It will be Issued before the publW '
$'' 'u.clc I but also decreases The broken!: bones will come largely I came back after Jeff beat him that recognized team 'I Ne'er can stray his little feet "
1- after his sparring exhibition and the begins to do its Christmas! buying and< C '
P ;oar established. beside the loving Savior. i
Unties.tat from ,
are called being: thrown hard on the field second time. He can still fight but, i!i I r .
ka v I beam registered 149 pwincs. While: just in time to form a directory for 1
2tu2ltin3 in bro;.;:el bones running, when a runner is tackled and he isn't the same Fitz. '- ': He has found a happy seat '
rr.1 rt tendons twisted Knees, eta, thrown. The kneetwistsnil I I SMALL FORTUNE FOR Joe is not doing actual training now.j i i every Curistmas buyer. ;. r .
lit < come. his boxing on the'stage keeps him inj j!!Though miss him sadly miss him The special matter this year will .. I
omewhat increased in fre- figure more in the end-runs and other A LEMON HANDED WINNER OF FIGHTTonopab we ; .
''tn(' line good trim:: At this early stage the entire Miss his voice, and little tread be the most interesting: and attractive I t
Pn o plays generally used this year. i THE SPORTING MEN I country is already: talking of the that The Journal das ever been '. { It
''us. says Dr. Huchins \Wisconf "By dropping the old style of line- Nev., Nov. 24. Tonopah is And out bosoms miss the pressureOf
that fans Y
... battle and, indications are that little head. able to prepare for a special edition .it:
C- darling ( 't
the of the I
greater plunging danger of fatalities is --- 'I I have the HermanCansfight
th openness determined to will attend in
f from all parts of the globe j and when that fact taken connection .1rfi
CUe is obviously responsible. greatly decreased. In those plays, i Buffalo N. Y., Nov. 2*.-So much I go down in pugilistic history as I' contest. j But the Savior loved him.BO-- with The Journal's tremendous :
L the
L'-" las increased the amount of when a man was called on to smash has been said as to whether the Cans- 'the greatest battle ever known and to j I|So he sent an angel down; Is appreciated It does i
r t '0::: tn the open field at high into the opposing line almost ike but- Nelson fight pictures are accurate and i further its plans has adopted a nove EDDY STANARD THE I I And he bore him gently..homewardI circulation require any farther argument to per not -.t..J J ,1: !",
-tf? md results in many hard falls. ting his head agaJnst a stone wall, the announcement of Gans that he can scheme. Not content with the fact I I I Where he wears a heavenly: crown. suade: an advertiser bow important it'\c- f I
S! other hand, the decline in old- something had to give way, and the prove that the picture are "off" or else t that the battle is for the champion-I GREATEST TACKLER I i Is for him to be represented in It -4 S I
.: (ae plunging, by which the men result too often was Injury to the head he Is willing to forfeit l,000.that local ,ship and that the $20,000 offered the Now in Heaven among the angels 0 : 1 ;
c tatted upon to butt into "some- or neck that was far more serious sporting men have been "handed a .fighters will stir them on to battle like Princeton, N. J., Nov 24. They call .Close beside the Savior's throne ARE YOU GOING -..j1; t
b1" n" unlike a stono wall" has than broken bones ,or twisted knees. lemon so often are expressing the they have never battled before, the Eddy Stanard the. "Jersey Buffalo" Ever watcheth little WilliamTill to attend the Grand Thanksgiving Hi t
r'; 'Mtainrucd those far more se- Even the line men themselves were opinion that the controversy is' being Casino Athletic Club of Tonopah has this season. With his 230 pounds of our earthly task'be done. Dance at C. K. at A. HalL Barrios t 3.
tv rl. 'J ries to head and neck so !in danger in .those plays for where kept alive by the fighters themselves. set aside 1,000 shares of stock, which I hard flesh and galvanized bone he Id Then. outstretched from' 'mid the Orchestra has been engaged the floor it.:
;f:at'm a result! of the scrimmage. :the play was piled up somebody was Certain It is that the Interest In the will be awarded the victor. Tonopah the king'pf Princeton's wonderful line seraphs I i* I in excellen1: : condition n.l a iroo.J 1t tJ.J
l to en.lUg; up of the tactics has ale 'sure to be hurt and the ganger was pictures In Buffalo has greatly. Increased stock is increasing in value daily and 'of tackles. Going strong in the prelim- There will come a little hand .I tiri-: ;i.- 'ir+ -ii-:, : '.'.
k--rtelped. .. ******* rid of the most that they would be hurt badly. I have and concert hall is being well the winner of the battle on NewYear's inary work he ,is called upon by hisfollowers That will lead his.loved ones upw '.ril. '
\ and tiissractful with number of coachesin filled at each find untdld wealth I to fulfill the prediction; made To that brighter'betfeT tang !-- .- :" 0. : ;:Kson Square ; t
other :
talked performance. Day
t., the a The pic- may .. ,
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UEr-> which will borne by Walter Camp years ago. ; n l"-- '
r play and slugging. this section of the country and I tures undoubtedly are clear and hidden in the ground I i1.
1.0 v I.i tar art any definite" conclu- find they all hold practically same I,bright The entire 42 rounds have into his possession through his gal ,Stanard had -the making; of the great- Hilton, FL, ;o-. l?. ::"''. 1 u n.I I a t" j : ,; Y. ;



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f Washington D. C, Nov. 24.-Following
k.1a ; I e -.... 0-ders issued by the navy t'' -
I department in reference to iranster v& i
: oiitcera. dJ
r I I Rear Admiral W, IL Emery, commission V
I announced. Detached the Hancock;
ordered home and placed on waiting or-
r Captains-W. H. ti. Sutherland detached .

placed on the waiting Dixie orders ordered; T.home S. Phelps and I a

SECURITY AND detached recruiting station. San Francisco ,
and ordered to Mare Island yard. !
OASTED 'C 0 FFEESI Commanders. Sharp detached Chattanooga ,
and ordered home; K. S. Smith I! MCd
JACKSON SQUARE ordered to command the Chattanooga,
ML Wood ordered to command the !
Dixie W. L Chambers detached tre
,Newark and ordered to the Florida; W.
IMPORTERS' COFFEE CO., Ltd. A. Gill commission announced. I
Lieutenant Commanders S. Thompson -
I flew Orleans, U. S. A. detached the Prairie and ordered r
home; E. S. Kellogg commission an-
nounced; A. S. Halsttad detached the e
Chicago and ordered to duty as Inspectorof
ordnance at Union Iron works; F. II
BEAR GROCERY CO. Agents Clark Jr.. commission announced; R.
l.WIS Welles detached the W-soonsin and
placed on waiting orders G. S. Sten- e1
wortn detached the Minneapolis and ordered e
to duty in connection with the 1e
fitting out of the California end to
\ dutyas
__ _. __ 0 .. executive officer of that vessel when
placed in commission; L. A. Bostwick

f : :: : : : = ==: :: :::= = = ': : : ': : :': : .:. :: :: .;. : : = I good men and lovely ladies Miss Nellie ordered to the Tacoma; F. K. Hill ordered -

: : Mills Miss! Fannie May, Miss Leila to..duty in connection with the '
if i "1 ti -r". \. Althoute detached the
:! PROF. I. E. ALLEN 1 I Brooks, Mr. A. N. Baldwin and Mr. B. :M. Texas and ordered to Compass office I

i :i\Vashburn. : bureau oi equipment, for instruction; H. -
Miss Nellie Mills has of ">yaw ordered to the office of naval
charge the

? t1; IN MONTGOMERY shorthand department of the :Massey intelligence.LieutenantE. A._ Brooks ordered to
I Business College is extremely handsomeand the Alabama: J. B. Gilmer detached the '
ill U ct'rtainly'compt'tent to hold the :Mayflower and ordered to toe Missouri; BE' ATTRACTIVE.Pretty .
A. W. Marshall detached the Missouri and
La - - position she has. placed on waiting orders; Z. E. Briggs hair Is a necessary aid to attractiveness, and tagious and progressive. It ,requires prompt and continued
------ -I II Miss Fannie May is in the millinery detached the Wisconsin and ordered to I every woman can have pretty heir if she will make an intelligent ,attention to overcome it and keep it out of the
4 business, and Is in ,every way a most the Philadelphia; L. C. Palmer orderedto endeavor.in that direction. scalp.. Newbro's Herpicide will accomplish all this when
I left Brent on the noon train last made my heart thrilL I realized that I the Brooklyn; IL X: Jensen detached used intelligently lierpicide will not perform mfr-
of the hair is the of
Neglect greatest
Tuesday:: and In due time I armed at j I was standing on the corner of Commerce lovable lady. She -renders a very fine second the- Wisconsin and ordered to the Chicago I beauty, and those who continue to practice enemy neglect hairwales se! ; it will not force yon to abandon whatever unsanitary
on the piano. ; H. E. Baker detached the Brooklynand habits are responsible for your scalp trouble, but
Century, and went straightway to the and Tallapoosa streets, where once stooda dom fail to lose attractiveness.Just
Miss, Leila Brooks Is a student In the I ordered to duty in steam engineering as soon as the natural glossiness of the hair beby its effectiveness it will aid you to have the beautiful
home of my dear frif'nd.Iark \Ia'o. I house In which General LaFayette was department League Island yard A. M. hair that HerpIcUe users are noted for. It stops itching
Massey Business College, Is handsome gins, to fade it shows that there is trouble in the scalp,

captured him and bad him to take me very Cook, detached the naval Academy and of the scalp almost Instantly.hair .
t 1 and that dullness brittleness and lusterlessaess of the
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and is favorite her
.: to the home of "Joe" Botts at Flomaton, a with rom an- j Texan C. C. Fewel detached will come and be followed by dandruff, itching scalp MORE MEN AND WOMEN HAVE GOTTeN POSITIVE
t took in dose of music that lasted Princeton, ordered home and and falling hair. RESULTS FROM THE USE OF NEW
end we a ions.Mr. ..
oirteis. li C. Mustin
A. M. Baldwin is president of the detached H41UUK An invisible vegetable grow-a (the dandruff germin BRO'S HERPICIDE THAN FROM ALL OTHER
t till next morning. the Brooklyn and ordered to the REMEDIES COMBINED.At .
I the scalp causes dandruff and the disease is both conHAIR
First National Bank
The next morning George Thompson, Montgomery having Indiana H. H. Kojall detached the

Vo Botts and myself played our violins succeeded to that place at the deathof Texas ing orders; ordered; X.home Mansfield and placed detached on wait-the Drug Stores-Send 10 cents In stamps to The Herplcide Company, Department L, Detroit, Mich., for a cample
{ his father who founded the bank and
till half past 1 o'Q'k.) at which time I Columbia and granted three months'
'' held that position before him. sIck leave; J. P. J. Ryan detached the' DRUGGIST AND
: went to Flomaton and waited tillI W. A. D'ALEMBERTE
: There are certain men and womenespeclally Wisconsin and placed on waiting orders; APOTHECARY,
o'clock) expecting the Montgomery train G. L. Smith detached the Brooxl and I' ,
the latter-with whom it Is
rvery minute. I took the No. 4 train Justas ordered to the Connecticut; R. E. Pope
Ind arrived at Montgomery at '1:10 Af: AeV natural to fall in love as to fall detached the Brooklyn and ordered to the 121 S. 'Palafox Street. SPECIAL AGENT.
ti off a greasy log on a cold, frosty morning.Mr. Connecticut 1>. P. llannlx detached the
0 ('lo v Baldwin is one of those I had
I. I "was met at the depot-which is the Trench detached the Kentucky and or- I
: the pleasure of shaking hands and talk- dered to the Alabama; A. H. McCarthy
fnest I committee of
ever saw-by a a +pa
: : I Ing with him a full hour or more, and felt detached the Texas and ordered to the counts K. Perkins detached ................................ .. . ....1N1iN
Walter Allen, F. duty as
: three fine young men- Day- Kentucky; S. H. R. Doyle, ordered to the I ; '. .
that I better
was a man bR meeting him. naval
purchasing officer
ton IfobtM and a. Mr Duncan_ I was Kentucky; O P. Jackson detached the pay :
'" :Mr. B. Washburn Is engaged In the Texas and assigned to Minnesota when station, San Francisco and ordered to
fearful least my grandson Felix Robinson :1 Southern Grown Stock
I continue other duties; F. G- Payne ordered Nursery j
buggy find harness. business and it mademe commissioned.
: '
had failed to get my card in regard to Ensigns W. G l>lman ordered to the home and granted six months' sick
date oft my coming feel good to spend an hour with, him. I Mayflower; R. F. WUen detached the leave; D. Potter given additional duty as : True to Name. :
Mr. \VasLburn is a most devoted Chris- general storekeeper Mare Island yard;
Newport and ordered to the Maine R.
You (an imagine how good I felt when ; Brooklyn
IL E. Stevens detached the ; .
tian, and is a Zf'alous'orker in the Sun- A. Koch detached the Glacier and ordered -
the young men met me. They ,took my home. ordered home to settle accounts; B. P. Budded'and Grafted 1
Pecans June Bud and
day schools of Montgomery. Messrs. : one
1. violin and suit case and we ."alkE'dlp Midshipmen-F. X. Gygax detached the DuBois detached Boston'yard and ordered i

to Mrs MaulFs boarding house, 210 South \Voolfolk and Bartlett are two sterling Kearsarge and granted one month's sick yard home.; C.U. S.G.Baker Ammen.ordered retired to' orderedto Boston I Z year Teach Strawberry. Roses Shade and Ornamental .
gentlemen and are connected with the leave; \V. 1L. Stevenson and P. H. Field
I Court street Mrs. Maul is the proprietress bank. detached the Minneapolis and ordered to. duty as pay officer naval hospital. New : Trees of all kinds. Everything true to a :
Fort Lyon. Ohio G. Stackhoune ordered -
i" but the management Is in the duty in connection: with the Minnesota.
.ands of her beautiful and accomplished I took: a stroll to the capitol buildingand Medical DiTt'Ctor-D. Dickinson detached to to the the Kentucky Missouri; G.- G. Seibels ordered : name or money cheerfully refunded. Write for :
made the acquaintance of Mr. \V. J. duty in command of the naval
t daughter Miss Ann. The manner in Passed Assistant Paymasters: S. list
hospital Washington D. C., and : price at once. :
PROF._ I. E._ALLEN. Reynolds', custodian of the building and ordered Beecher detached Texas ordered home to
which I was received made me feel like to continue other duties. .
t I grounds. settle accounts E. H. Tricou ordered to
r being at home. The old building is undergoing repairs, Medical the Inspector-J.Wabash and ordered E. Gardiner home.detached duty as assistant to the general storekeeper : C. R. LONG Nurseryman Andalusia Ala.We :
On Thursday! I took a stroll around the given a ball and.reception on the 4th day which precluded the opportunity of burgeons-M. K. Johnson detached the Norfolk yard. ,

tity.:! As I was walking up Commerce of April, 182;). ing every part. I had the honor and see-the Iowa Edgar and ordered placed to on the waiting Wabash'orders;R.J.' M.R. Chief to Boatswains duty as assistant J. O'Connell to the equipment ordered ;1NN1.... .....o..... ................1NN10111111
street my eyes fell upon something that Since arrival here I have ; officer, N. M. Fntman
< roy met many pleasure of standing on the very Identical Crandall detached the Hancock and ordered Y. yard; tothe
to the Georgia; P. Leach orderedto Minnesota when commissioned; A.
j which our beloved Jefferson
spot on
R. Irelan to the Milwaukee when placedin
--- ------ ---- --- the Hancock; J. G. Field and T. A.
I Davis stood while taking the oath as Berryhill detached naval medical school! commission.
i president of the Confederate States of Washington D. C.. and ordered to naval Boatswains Heil ordered to the
hospital. New Fort Lyon, Ohio. C. Mantonmah; W. A. Thompson and N. offering dressed
D. are damaged
America. February 18th, 1861. some
i Ai5 rilDSORE Langhorne detached the Brooklyn and Drake ordered home.
S.S.S After being in Montgomery three daysI ordered home. Warrant Machinists I Sanders'or-

> am compelled)) to say it is the finest city Passed Assistant Ru-geons; P. De- dered to the Georgia; F. C. Lutz to dutyin lumber at
the bargain.We
connection with inspection of a
Bruler ordered to the Paducah; C. D.
I hate seen in my travels since "the 3rd DeLancy detached the Paducah and ordered engineering, material :Massachusetts dis- *
of July. There are other places which I to the- Hancock J.' D. Manchester trict; J. V. Jacobsen ordered to the Georgia -

1 Every old sore exists because of a polluted condition oi the blood. This purpose to visit and of whi'jh.I shaU writeat detached the Hancock and ordered to ; E. :T. Cuthrell ordered to Norfolk fill i all orders for
yard B. Smith ordered to naval academy; can now new
:- naval hospital Philadelphia! Pa.; A. J. ;
vital fluid is infected with some germ or old taint, or perhaps has been left some future date. During my stay at Geiger detached Mare Island Naval Hos- J. Quill ordered to the California when

an unhealthy condition from a long spell of sickness, or the trouble may this city I have been the recipient of pital and ordered to naval station, Guam commissioned; A. Anschuets" ordered to

fin inherited. The poisonous germs and matter with which the blood is sat- many courtesies. I had access to the office L. L; J. I{. Payne. Jr.. ordered to duty at the Chief St. Louis.Gunners-S. Chiles to duty in stock. shipment i arriving daily.U. *
navy recruiting station, Providence, B. L
of the Advertiser and had the pleasure ;
t force an outlet on the face, arms, legs or other part'of the body and U. R. Webb detached the Brooklyn and charge of naval magazine, Bellevue.
form ulcer. This being continually fed by blood of reading The Journal every day. ordered to naval torpedo station New- Maryland G. W. Phillips ordered to naval
a sore or a polluted supply,
The people are treating me so kindly I port. R. I.; J. T.'Kennedy detached naval station Newport R. L
G. I
grows red and angry, festers and eats into the surrounding flesh until it can't tell when 111 be able to get away. station. Guantanamo and ordered home. GunnersIiRedick ordered home; A. DeSILVA & COMPANY
becomes what is very aptly termed an "old sore." The relief produced byt' Assistant Surgeons". J. Zalesky or- S. Pearson detached the Glacier and ordered -

external treatment is only temporary. The only treatment that can do any STRANGE STORY OFFISHERMEN'S dered ordered to to the naval Stringham hospital.; F.Mare H. Island Brooks; Pharmacist home. N. K. Phillips orderedto

real good is a blood purifier that goes to,the very root of the trouble and re- G. G. Hart ordered to duty with marine naval hospital New Fort Lyon, Ohio;
E. T. Morse to naval :Medical School,
moves the cause and for this purpose nothing equals S. S. S. It drives out FATEParis Garrison recruiting ordered party. to Atlanta duty,as Georgia medical; P.zoo-E. Washington, D. C.Marine.

from the circulation all morbid matter and genus, even ,reaching down to logist for the Bureau of science, Manila Corp MHHf* r4HHr*ss* lMWHWf H.....$...............
taints and cleansing the blood heals old NOT. 24.-The members of P. L; R. B. Chapman detached the supply First Lieutenant C. Turner and F. nflJft
hereditary by sores permanently.
G. Lander ordered to Cavite station H.
the of the French Newfoundland and ordered to naval shation, Cavite P. L ; DIAMONDS WATCHES
) S. S. S. not only removes all taints and poisons from the blood but builds it crew Pay Inspectors W. Reynolds given T. Swain ordered to the Rainbow. JEWELRY,
vessel Colomb
cod-fishing Christopher ,
up by supplying it with the rich, health-sustaining properties it needs to additional duty as purchasing pay officer 1 CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZE |
'I continue to tell the most remarkabletales naval training station. San Francisco; J, THERE'S NO USE ,
keep the system in health. S. S. S. makes pure blood and a sore must
of their disappearance. For S. Carpenter detached Mare Island yard; beat
can't Herbine for
heal if the blood is pure and healthy. Book on Sores and Ulcers and they were un-heard of for over seven orders.ordered home to settle accounts wait the talking liver.you The greatest regulater STERLING SILVERWARE, :

medical advice free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA months and had long since been givenup Paymasters F. Dyer detached the ever offered to suffering humanity.If ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,

e as lost. When brought to Fecampthe Missouri; ordered home to settle acYOUR you suffer from liver complaint 1

, C I' boat was badly disheveled, the If you are billions and fretful, it's your CUT GLASSWARE.

mlzzon mast being missing. All of liver, and Herbine will put It in its i

t .wx1t the members of the crew were in proper condition. A positive cure for

good ton of health.biscuit They stii had over a GROCER HAS IT Constipation Biliousness Dyspepsia f engraving and Fine Stationery.Mail
on board and sufficient
t and all ills due to a torpid liver. Trya j
water, but other provisions had
Your Dinner I II out, and for two or, three days they Ask him to send you bottle and yon win never use any.
. Thanksgiving thing else. Sold, by all druggists.
: had lived on salted cod and bIscuit. i

When the vessel slowly forged her TROOPS WITHDRAWN Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

way' into the wide channel leading to I s
Fecamp harbor and her captain called 'JacksonSquare" FROM: ST. HELENA ett

Should Be a Good One out the name of the boat to the light tte

house keeper at the end of the jetty. St. Helena, Nov. .-For the first E. O._ Zadek Jewelry Co. *
uL time in the of bL Helena
When he telephoned the news to the history

t marine bureau he was told that he since the famous Napoleon was a pris- ; 'MOBILE, ALA. r :

Let us relieve you of the worry of it. We'can must be mad for making the state- oner here all troops have been withdrawn ct:1:.: SHft-S #f x3rirY' .HHHI H." .3a'.>3ii

ment. When he insisted upon the accuracy and the island is now without

: supply 1 everything; for ;it ; and of the best i in of the statement it is unnecessary (Java Blend.) means of defense, the six-pounders

to say that the greatest excitement the. powder, the shell and all of the
prevailed throughout the appliances of the six.inch guns also How Our Acme Double Flint ,
r; ., the market, too. Don't hesitate ; we back harbor and the town. COFFEE having been removed. Coated
r- Asphalt Roofing Excels
The embarkation of the troops on

3 "our claims.. We have, a_ fresh_ complete assortment YOUTH JUMPS INTO the steamship Cluny Castle was not Is made from the best Wool Felt.
This Coffee Blended to marked by many demonstrations of Saturated and ceased under a new process with Asphalt '

z.' of the National Biscuit Co.'s cakes 2 Sl\fOKING'VOLCANOI Suit You.If sentiment. The people have drifted Coated Is a rubber-like on both sides(densely with compressed Silicate. ) Roofing Felt. '_

5 from a state of indignation into a Resists the action of vapor, acids and fire. j

Just from the factory. Also some fine fruitcakes Kobe, Nov. 24.-The 'third volcanic it does net please you Your, re- state of-apathy and have acceptedthe The Not affected roofing by that heat never or cold.leaks. ,'!O c,

f suicide within a few months has 'turn It to your grocer.: withdrawal as inevitable. Thereis Easily affixed.

in 1 2 taken place at Kumamoto. money refunded. Every can no doubt however that the departure The experience Hwenty/ years proves It to be the best e Lltzer
pound, -pound and five-pound Harapina Takupi. a youth of twenty guaranteed by us. of the troops is being very keen- Ready Hoofing on the market. "AT
x Put up In roils n inches wide and 49 feet 8
ly felt for It Inches long,
ascended the Aso volcano smoking means the disappearanceof t
containing 108
square wrapped In
packages, at 30c per pound. a cigar without giving any indication Coffee Co. the islander's moat tangible source heavy casing.

h of mental distress. He suddenly Importers of subsistence.BE APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. E

got up and paid the guide, and
while the latter was expressing his Limited. CHARITABLE 3Ply, ,80 Ibs. per roll,, complete. f

thanks into the smoking abyss to your, horses as well as to your 2-Ply 70 lbs. roll complete. Y
o leaped New Orleans, La.The per ,

E 11 c! "9Car. with a shout of "farewell." of self.any You sort need your not suffer hones from pains 1-Ply, 60 lbs. per roll, complete. ,. Ali .
; ? Taknji left a letter stating that his need not
: I If suicide was due to anxiety,for his fu- suffer. Try a bottle of' Ballard's ,Samples and Full Particllars Free. F1i .
Bear Co. Snow Liniment
I: Gadsden et ture, and that he preferred: death to Lewis M. Roberts It cures an pain. J. Also >. 1 and I-ply Tarred Roofing Paper Sheathing and '
> poverty., Bakenfield, Mo. writes Insulating Paper.Carolina .
"Fla.DISTRIBUTERS.. "l have used your Liniment for
Pensacola, ten .I
f I: M. F. Bowes, Manager. Phones 881=212 Best in the cup. Jackson 'Square years,and find it to be the best I have Portland Cement Co. f

f ,,; Cotree. The only premium given is :2: ever used for man or' best. Sold by Atlanta, 6a

If," q a guarantee of its quality. S all drq fsts. "


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a Will Last Only Monday 'and Tuesday, Nov. 2627. SENSATIONS ti [ [

a We are actually selling goods below cost just to get- them out. MEDICINE. .

Cooper's New Discovery? .invigorates every

..,. zr s; r With .each of these Machines we give a 'oagan. of the b y; '* Cooper's Quick, Relief ;

positive guarantee and are selling them at' The Publication of German strengthens the muscles, relieves the soreness : 4

actual cost: and loosens? stiffened joints.This .

r J : Design No. 5, $18 ;, No. 6, :$21. Prince's Stir Memoirs in Berlin.Causes. : Letter \, Interest You.

These are the lightest running Machines x, '' "t4'.' 'The Ctspcr 9r
Gentlemen; I consider Cooper'sQuick! RelIef the greatest
on the market. Latest improved attach- liniment in the world. I Cave! used ,it ever since a trainer $ i
SOME OF THE SECRETS AND > Pittsburg.. Pa.. told me abnyt It. r
ments. Made in highly polished quartered I was bathed and rubbed down with this remarkable preparation :) I
ra SCANDALS OF THE RECENT on both nights before. my recent fights with Kid McCoyand '
out. ', Tommy Ryan.
DEVELOP WHEN EF- ,- ,i- ,. : d It la the-greatest rub-down I ever used. It supples the mue- .
: BEDROOM SUITS SPECIAL PAST MAY -'M& .ties of the body invigorating. and strengthening them and t.' }
?;w takes every particle of soreness and lameness which comes '
k FECT OF LETTERS IS FULLY AC- from severe, training.
13plecesuit., Dresser Wash Stand and Bed.$48.00
Coopers Quick Relief Is one of the essentials' of training ,
my j
2 3-pIece suits, Dresser, Wash Stand and Bed...... 30.00 COMPLISHED.By camp and I.am glad ,to recommend'it to any ODe offiicted with ] t
1 3-piece suit. Dresser, Wash Stand and Bed...... 24.00 sore stiffened, swollen or'painful limbs, joists and muscles.
2 3-piece suits, Dresser, Wash Stand and Bed..... 25.00 (Signed) .JACK GRAHAM t"
2 3-piece suits, Dresser Wash Stand and Bed..... 18.00 ( Frazier Douglass.) Indianapolis Ind. 1F
These are all solid Oak suits, full size. time Berlin before, Nov.the 24.sensation-It will be caused a long by Cooper's New Discovery and, Cooper's i#

BARGAINS IN OTHER GOODS. the publication of the memoirs of ,. Quick Relief are the medicines with

Small Baby Go-Carts, rubber tires, for $1.75 and 2.00 : Baby Buggies rubber die Prince down Choodwig in official von circles Hohenlohe at least.will
tires, heavy springs, nice plush ,cushion with nice lace umbrella, for $5' to The.memoirs of themselves are'of abSorbing .S,? wonderful results for the sick and

S6; two very large Morris' Chairs, reclining, heavy cushions, below cost,; $5 chroique interest scandaleuse and form which altogethera no one
rJ each; one very large canvas-covered, brass-Hound 'double-tray Trunk with could have chancellor expected. Prince of the Alexanderof kaiser's Pittsburg and other cities.

a heavy leather strap $7.50 ; seven 8-day Clocks at $1.50 each; nice lot of plain third Hohenlohe must have had an "axe The influence of these remarkable prepara ii

and fancy parlor Mirrors at 10 per cent below cost ; three nice heavy roll foot to grind" in the publication of book.this -I dons over such complaints as rheumatism,

Oak Beds, $5, 6.50 and 7.50; three nice Oak Sideboards, $13,15.00 and 15.50; sensational He knows perfectly and extraordinary well that his career sore kidneys backache, lameness, etc, is f l'

two nice six-foot Oak Dining Tables for $5.50 each; lot 3-lb. Feather Pillows at as government functionary is at remarkable. '

I $1.25 pair:;,one very large Oak Hall Tree, with French bevel mirror 24x30, $18 ; 'an refuses end to forever.conceive But*a Regienings the imagination pres- JAUK GRAHAM. '

1 three small Oak Hall Trees; with shaped mirrors, $5 each; two nice Fruit Sets ident and his son' throwing such a

one 9 pcs., $3.50_, one 12pcs., $5.50; lot nice Oak Screen Door Safes-at' $3, 3.50 of bomb sheer shell want.into the of imperial thought camp Prince out Cooper Quick Relief takes out the soreness and inflammation, stops pain in

and 5.25; two very l large Glass, Door Safes for $6.each ; a few small Oak Sewing Alexander and the people behind him stantly and opens the pores of the skin, aiding these and other organs to throw off b

Rockers $1 each: one very-nice Oak Panel Door Armor$12. I know about perfectly and why well they what did they it were The I I their poisonous secretions. Large bottles for family use cost 50o Cooper's New i

No. '110 52-in.!\wide 3 ft. long per pair 0..... SOc. i Lot kitchen chairs at 50c. reason for their action, will probably Discovery, the remedy for internal use, costs SLOO per bottle} six for 500.
LAC wide, 3 ft. ... SOc. I each. Remember this sale later though it never be
No. 111 52io. !2 long per pair. appear may
No. 113 52in.. wide; 3u ft: lops, per pair....$1.00 I only last .Monday. and .made public. One thing the "memoirs" Where we have no agent, send the price of the remedies you wish direct to The
tj : No. 3178 60 ,in. ,wide,.3!2 ft long, each .... 60c. | Tuesday 26 ,and 27. I confirm and that is the exent with Cooper Medicine Co, Dayton, Ohio, and the roe&ine:: will be forwarded to you, 4' i
which the Berlin court reeks with intrigue -
138 AND 140 EAST INTENDENCIA ST- The constant struggle of charges prepaid. For sale by i
I section of
FiSHER FURNITURE F HOUSE Prince Bismarck against a
Phone 983.CURTAINS the court party and even against his I ,
._ ,. _, .. own subordinates in the foreign office :E3Cc: >tc>:n..7 S Pb.. trJ1: LCY.
> is
,_ , emphasized on every
page.' Then the bacistair's influence
against Count Caprivi is also re- 1-
Q.I vealed. It must be confessed that -- -- ---------
e "' "' .I Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, J. j "
Adams, Van Buren, and' Buchanan all of all the figures in Modern Germany t : ;
the kaiser's second chancellor Is the sent his second to the man who had
served as secretaries to proceeding
i i;presidents. Since Buchanan's 'time, only one who gains in the respect of denounced him, Baron von Schrader.A IvA iet J 1
Cabinet however, no Secretary of State has his fellowmen by the perusal of PrinceChlodwig's duel with pistols was arranged on .It' j' ri
the terrible conditions that prevail in
taemoirs4: His upright
been chosen president although Sec- i > tiuiirira i A i
military circles in Germany in .
chivalrous and soldierly nature is '
retaries Webster Calhoun, Cass, i
i'S::'" .' ", Blaine, Gresham, Sherman and others done full justice to, and ,the contempt other words until one of the combat 1's veritable dragon of in-heal tIt Itleaves iattepttl; \I f J. ,)' ,:
ants is carried from the field. Baron inure Physical wrecks than .
have been' aspirants for the office. ible fashion in which he was treatedby probably any other one dig. r II
von Eltz was the victor, Baron von t'bae pecnliar : {
the court camarilla is clearly ex-
I i Whether not President Roosevelt's WIrY7 sIImplybecausewntbe
The members of a president's cab- Ing the violations of the anti-trust law or' -posed. Schrader falling dead at the second of the first iteration } ; f
net nowadays are appointed and .disssed of which.he Is. now handling as attorney cabinet'contains a presidentialcandidate Sensational Letters. exchange of shots the duel taking quinine,or tbat daad y mioeral alomel. with i'. .. '
;,! without attracting much attention general(before' he assumes his duties -t f speculation is throughout a'subject of the considerable country. For many years it may perhaps be place at Potsdam. Baron von Eltz : a0/esiaiy Don't either.Do It.Re'positively guarantoatotsrratandmxuarrrrctu I i 1s>17 i i' 1;
of them while in office as an associate justice'of the was afterwards sentenced to six ,
yet some The two gentlemen In it of extraordinary remembered a sensation: was causedat { ;
Held considerable influence. The judicial body which renders decisions the Berlin court by a.series of an- months imprisonment in a fortressfor
t-bident may not be influenced much in such cases Judge Moody however, ability are the Secretary of War, noying anonymous'letters received by fighting a duel, and pardoned by .;: }
\, the advice of a majority of the can, be depended ,upon, we believe to ,Mr.Mr. Root Taft,,and while the the Secretary of State, Its most prominent'members. No one the emperor at the end of three _7Mre.L a.lay. form 1 ti..of.6tee t i \t' I .
ciiinet, but, as a rule there are alnr give every one a square deaL. By his General, Mr. Bonaparte new, perhaps Attorney was spared not eves the emperor and months.* ,Imprisonment in a fortressin roW ll+er,a dgiod cucy col a J', f fS40 "f! .'
!- two or three members whose acceptance of this judgeship the cabinet may empress. The writer was undoubtedly Germany, by the way, has nothing Der bottle All Drtr jJsts, .!. i
Ht:> on grave public problems he is = loses a strong member and the prove a third At one in point of executive some one belonging to the inner particularly dishonoring about it The ti + 1 ;tI.
TOT ;glad to hear. Massachussetts republicans cannot ability. present there is con circle of the court The mysterious prisoner has a comfortably furnishedroom e i I > i i. '
he will accept a nomina- siderable talk of Secretary Taft be- in some fortress, generally "
longer hope correspondent wrote with a 11
President Roosevelt is making still the pen
ing republican candidate but no
t::sr: changes in his cabinet, with the tion for governor. one knows definitely whetner he is steeped in gall and wormwood, denouncing Herenbreitzein, on the Rhine near 'l.t'i
'.:A r orobably, of strengthening that The Secretary of the Navy, Mr.\ Bon-I the choice of President Roosevelt. I:I scandals of aU kinds and Coblents nas his meals sent in from
aparte, .vho. is to succeed Mr. Moody, he .is, some of the other'candidates spreading distrust and suspicion the nearest restaurant, and is given 1 't -
C1"h. is of I everywhere. Secret relatively a large amount of liberty.He .
lawyer police
Hitchcock as attorney general a were em- ,j '
e retirement of Secretary might as well drop out'of the race. t. ;
leave his at six in the
ability, yet he will be on trial, citizens ployed, experts in handwriting were can room
01> the interior department on It is an honor to be a cabinet officer -
at large not being familiar with his legal : consulted and the marshal of the morning and go anywhere he likes '
31 mh 4th and the promotion of Mr. if you are big enough mentally or
'about the fortress, read books and
Mr. Bonaparte's court set a watch he
attainments. suc- on everybody
G:-t,'!1, now commissioner of financially to impress a president that
corpor- the Navy, Mr. could think of but all in vain. It newspapers, and receiv visitors. 1 1I
[jon will confront the latter with cessor as Secretary he cannot do without you. Many cabinet I' ,
The is ;
only hardship that he must tJ
Von L. Meyer who earned an enviable was even.rumored the writer was a return i ii.
-st-' 'that will test his abilities thor- officers however are simply e.
to his at sundown and
reputation as an ,ambassador, has yet member of one of the reigning families room remain \
Hitchcock has clerks to the president and
(1Secretary are. soon I
there till the following
to demonstrate how efficiently he can so intimate a knowledge of the morn- O
i' -In indefatigable worker in a de- forgotten by the public. allowed. In ,
.. administer the affairs of that very important sayings and the doings of royalty "did 1 ing no light being winter I
has been
t:: 'm. where he obliged office. the anonymous correspondent manifest this of course means that he must ;
u(: graft; and was able to unearth There is no Reason i retire early say at six or seven -' } { I
!::1".ln:1I; public land frauds, securing President Roosevelt has made per- why your baby should be thin and. One day Baron von Schroder, one : o'clock and naturally this is a trifle '
Jln: ,onvictions. Mr. Garfield has haps more changes in his cabinet fretful ? t
during the night Worms arq of the masters of ceremonies of the tedious. { t
n' <(lighi task to equal the record of since his accession to the presidentialoffice the cause of thin, sickly babies. It::1 royal court discovered on a blotting But not even this tragedy put an sr t\ '{i' '
fir [tlirrhcock.tt than any other president.had three Is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe ,1 pad In the casino of the officers of end to this scandal of the Berlin Afi T "
of secretaries of
(.o-r there will remain in the cabinet secretaries state two does not retain its food, don't experiment of one of these mysterious letters. The couple of years and then suddenly f ; ,
11- one of President McKinley's- Jackson war and had three four secretaries attorney generals.of state, with colic cures and other,medicines person who had used this pad he declared ceased. A rumor was current that tf fl f I..
lappointees: -Mr. James Wilson but try a bottle of White's: was Baron von Eltz, one of their cessation was simultaneous with :
set, ", of agriculture, now'servingh. five secretaries of the treasury three Cream Vermifuge, and you will soon. his colleagues in the Lord Chamber- the decease of a royal prince but '; :" ''lfJ. ;
.\ n:"itnear, the longest record of I secretaries of war: three attorney generals see your baby have color and laud' Iain's department. Baron von Eltz this may only have been court gossip. t' i. ::1
and three secretaries of the
5" ..rnnot official. Mr. Root al- as it should. Sold by all druggists. was arrested and an inquiry opened.He But in any event intrigue is still ram- /
'} -iii en the McKinley cabinet was navy. And. so. the list could be ex was finally after six weeks sent pant in the German court And justas 1'f. '
t ::> tended.In The climax of a good meal-a cup when one of a herd of cattle r 1 t
. ..- Washington's time there were of Jackson Square Coffee. Ask your reserve of the guards he was hooking in a field, so often is the
ointment; of Attorney Genera only four cabinet officersSecretaryof grocer for a free sample. I amenable to military: discipline. He I entire herd Involved. In a similar
gc:}(a. IQ succeed Justice Brown on State, Secretary of the Treasury, was however able to bring proofs of manner it is thought the publication ]
sold inWest Florida 1905
*it Secretary of War' and Attorney General of the Hohenlohe Over B*nk Note Cigars in [ :!
j' -:-*> of the supreme court of the Obelisk Flour makes his innocence, the chief being that papers may resultin I U.C
n' '; <>ates is, of course, gratifying ,Now there are nine each, receiving a while in prison the anonymous let- scandal after scandal being dug kRill;
'' ,4 I'chwetts, but perhaps many JS.OOO salary happy home.: It pleases every ters continued to be received by up and given to the world. Frank Agent Pensacola Fla
r\ :":i": nt attorneys may be pardoned In the early days the office of Sec- member of the family. Look members of the court ,
fa coping that he will be able'to set. retary of,State was considered as the Fought A Duel. MANY CASES OF ... I ., .
'' most important suits concern- stepping stone to 'the presidency.I for pink tickets in packages. When released Baron von Eltz -< .! t
t 1fj'i
{t. 'fi
Antwerp November 24.-The re- ii i i : 1 .

:: We do not attempt to make the price oysters ports Cases of are continues many reported cases to of from cause poisoning Brussels anxiety.by, Bright mahogany finish, with 1i'['.1(i : i.: r:

Ghent Holland.The These Hague take and the elsewhere form of en-in I .spruce front ; black, white and 1 r :

;j sell whiskies. It's the teric disorder, lasting from ten to
our quality. twelve days. Doctcrs
; against eating oysters here warn until people the color line inlaying around sound- .i !

early winter, but it appears to be use- y:

The quality of Rose's Old Rye and ,Rose's Old Corn: Whiskey. has spread its fame less.here and Guests in Brussels at several have dinner fallen parties vic- 1f hole, nickle tail piece. -a" ,
.\ tims, some requiring medical treatment '
'II : ,, JTItQ s r.5e,rf {, into every state. in the Union. restaurant for several proprietors days. When were several inter Positively the bestlnstruinent made (for $2.15. m

a: 1 Gft \Ve'would-feel as guilty. as a criminal ife sold you,the average. mail order. mix- viewed they claimed that their oys-, k Guitar String Sets only 10 cents. ft! i
ters were procured from the most reliable < '
l ture. of dealers and that they could '
Sets Silvered Steel each (
not understand the ill effects which Guitar String c. : :

.; Every drop of our whiskey is distilled at our own distillery at Gilmore, Cobb county, Ga.,:where everything is they Dutch appear government to have has even caused.gone The so lif :

f ,* aside for perfect purity_and quality. = far as to warn the public against purchasing THE BAZAAR lU-lie East Wright Street. l C : t

You must bear in mind that Rose's Whisky is chemically pure and not pure chemicals. .It.is-distilled. by the cates of Dutch origin.oysters without certifi- --- = 1 t 1i' f

ol 1.time method and aged by years.It Ea'A '
-- -- --- --
is worth more than the difference in price, that is, if you care for'your health. When a man says he always was I :i .

We will ship four full quarts of Rose's Old Rye, or Rose's Old Corn, or assorted as you like, express paid, sick-troubled with a cough that x

for $3,40, to any address in the following-states:. Georgia, Florida, Alabama, N. Carolina, S. Carolina, or any point lasted say-he all never winter-what was sick since would using you THERE'S NEVER AMY LEAKY ROOFS $ *Tf4r 1

\dams> or Southern Express lines.: Bollard's Horehound Syrup. Such a

Remit Postoffice or Express l\Ioney-Ordei, New York Exchange, or send the money by registered mail.. Do man Mr.exists.J. C. Clark Denver Colorado, If your houses, sheds and barns are covered wtih n.

I t'I) send stamps'' or personal checks. writes: For years I was troubled Rubberoid and Paroid roofing the only roofing r': < -
I all winter; This cough left me In a that withstood the recent hurricane. Two car 1
Thirty-nine years of honest dealing is one of our guarantees and the other is your money back if you are not miserable condition. I tried Ballard'aHorehound
... .'i' J
!s::;" '$fi.. Syrup and have not had a loads just received.Saunders ;;'
OJ- sick day since. That's what It did J ii.
for me." Sold by all druggists.The ; 1'.1!
77 84 Peachtree St. "f
DOSp Liquor Com nan v celebrated French drip coffee, Mill Company, i
aa. Jackson No premiums. Sold ", ,
Atlanta, Square. Fhone 717. 21 East Garden Street. (" I Ii !
strictly on its merits. Ask for It ati i 1
: ;
l' .
". ESTABLISHED 1867, your grocers. J / t .""' ; i;
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: with the true value seeker* when we use i\
: w.J. & B. FORBES'ec 1,& carries great significance

the word. This sale is special' in every sense-' in quality, price and time allowed -

PAUFOX AND INTENDENCIJ 'STREETS. for purchase. Argument is not netessary= just. look over the list below: :.

t",. !1J

Fall Prints Men's Fancy ess. HOUSE. F URN ISH I I N GS i iA :

The finest lot of fancy Vests for fbN

SI.X-Day Special Sale.Rather They're' all new-Just; received and put on sale asa men tain-we it has.want even the been men our to luck rem JQ c-. .ob,cr .We.'want to, call'' your attention particularly! to our offerings

: special. ,:Mercerized finished Reds, China'nd Indigo this. In colors and plain figured I in this I line of the home's mosr useful furnishings. Study the i. ,

_ : a h.nuted time,.perhaps Blues, Figured Greys-the entire lot at whites we can please'yoa. list .

_ ; 'but Still long, enough $1 l50io$2.5flEasL t : ; PILLOW CASES. i
chance. :r SHEETS. ,
for :i1..to.hav\ a 5c yard. N.
i. rush for _.,_ 50 dozen Sheets, Six_ _90 Inches torn This is a new consignment of j just
Ther will be a big and hemmed best quality, only one 50 dozen Pillow Cases of quality, on a : N L
these "outings," but we hope ;,. a.,. MILLINERY. dozen to a customer, at each par with our usual high standard :

i to have enough for all.\ Better In the Glove D;;par l m ; nt, : ;" sale.. 59c. lOc, 12/c and 15c.COMFORTS. :
In this department: we place on .
: come early for a chance, 23 dress hats at the special price of i ii
though. Gloves! abundance for Fall wear Long Silks, in .. 4.98 each, this is done to keep our BED SPREADS. .
: black white and colored effects. All\ our own impor ; many expert trimmers wlj know, In this department win,also be'o, of Siltoline! -the best in the city .
_. -what" our salesladies of Our wisest choice. Absoolutely odor: N
i 10 dozen Bed Spreads exceptionally
ViboorkntohW' t
tation. Also a special lot of Ladles. Wool Gloves for band 1 less. Never sold chi
I .,. how New shipm fine; quality,, .and, very: heavy, for so eap before- .

T Outing.Flannels.. fall and winter.Gloves .cleverest daily. Fashion and latest.first conceits received 98c., $1.50. m The Stow

25 pieces new Fancy Outing Flan-
T nels containing many beautiful de BLANKETS
signs. Grand values at 10 cents, our For Ladies. Gloves For Hen.Of .
: price TOWEL SPECIALS Ever hear of the "Dixie Mills?" The mills famous for : 1,

: 7c yard. These gloves in chamois of. course we have Gloves for 50 dozen large cotton buck towels their marvelous. all-wool. Blankets? That's the line we i m at GY2N
made for service-sold' to save
beautiful texture resembling the men-gloves of elegant money. All of a 15c value yours youoffer. here and now in plaids, reds and pure whites. Remember -
t --S -' suede kid. In grays, tans, quality and api.earance. Just to ask! for Dixie Mills Blankets-the full l size i w 1,
blacks, and browns. Undoubtedly 1Oc cu 6.cen
the finest
.i Wash Flannels. .- the greatest glove value we the glove that t the well-dressed kind. They're yet, at I j

Nice Wash Outings are very much:: have offered yet It is such gentlem... wants I'!; $4 p a.I r. : 1

: sought for. This lot( is one choice-of our values as this on which our found here, the proof of which FA N C Y OUTINGS I ltvx, ww
selections decidedly .
best 25 pieces reputation is built and so far: is seen by the great number of Also a good stock of fine heavy cotton blankets; warm,
i '
:. we have lived up to our reputa New line fancy outings-the kind comfortable winter'blankets in full SIze, at
satisfiEd customers.75c .
men ; that make Euch. handsome kimonos : ru '
lOc yard. tion. The price .
: I and wrappers. A goodly .lot to select
to $1 1.50 from at, the yard N $1 the pair.WWW I eli

!. 50' ,the pair. lOc, !15c and 20c. .-. .: fUN: ,

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I 2trtj
i English velvet Some are striped,: to the velours ecossais with large
r A and well assorted line of Goodsof
'others checquered, after the mannerof checks. The latter, which all the I very large Holiday lN
[ ribbed velvets, but the rib has no large cutting houses have adopted, which the follqtving- so me of the principal lines: N
I relief. Oc the other band, one of the form large "draught-boards" in which lI
most of the miroites velvets the black enters into combinationwith SHAVING SETS. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, m
[ criginal SETS,
PEOPLE !is. the "velours corde," which has a another color-red and black, MANICURE SETS, PICTURES, TOYS, cen
bv>' ery high relief. It quite gives the il- green and black, gray and black and MILITARY SETS. FANCY BOOKS.
jlusion of a heavy cord, hence its so on;'the other colors are less in request POST CARD ALBUMS, GAMES OF ENDLESS VARIETY.It a
:.name. In shades of gray and beige ,Of this material exquisite'I would pay you to call and I inspect the novel manner in which we an
it lends itself to delightful walking Parisian tailor-mades are fashioned displaying our Holiday Goods this season. t 0h
!'costumes for wear. with supple lines in all the desired e '.
i! But the great success, the really simplicity. The "luminous" and "daz COE'S BOOK STORE Bnnt Bandies, r....23S
success, will to the "lumin- zling" velvets will make equally adore
;;:great go
)I No. 669 Before 3 P. M.
Telephone I eux" and "ebloissants" velvets, and able costumes. I
.:.. j l No. 38 After 3 p. ?. i iI i JUN

I I I 3

i Beatrice Dowler T.elts.ofNew 2

I II' I i Fine Feathers Make Fine Birds 49c

inlaid with squares of- black Venice I York Winter StylesBy
PARISIAN FASHIONS SEEN lace; gray boots with the goloshe of I 5
;. black patent; round the neck a very I ( Beatrice Dowler.) monious 'occasions either boleros or When prescription is delivered to
your you
fine silver fox fur.' The :latter, with what are called "gazons de boleros'
'Y Nov.4-Again l, am
MADAME HYDORNE sable stoles, and gray and* white:! obliged Kew.to rko-give some hints respectingthe that is to"'say* the style< in which that neatly. labeled i in good, readable writing,; trapped

BY feather boas, are the most. charming coming fashion? The dressmakers garment Is. indicted by an arrange- in a secure, tidy way, you ai once get trw
accompaniments of deml-saison robes.
: ment of the trimming of the'costume
.' Velvet Plays Prominent Part. :, weir are forthcoming very jealous creations about disclosing and'safeguard -will! continue their vogue. Short impression from the looks of the outside that

fected by :Mile. Bartet cf the Comedie I Velvet will play a prominent part : them with almost ferocious in- waists, of the Empire style will be a ,the inside is all right. P
: Latest Styles of the Autumn- Francaise, which still more accentu-,this winter. It will be a very serious : genuity; but in matters of dress the la mode,. just as they were last sea .
t ated her resemblance to that charmingartist ; rival to cloth whose success it will best laid scheme 3of strategy must son.For You 'Can be pretty sure that when we displayso SuperinCounty
| al Transition Period counterbalance. Greatly will this material j yield before,the insatiable curiosity cf morning wear a most attractive
j 1. A long vetI'of very fine black beloved above all .others, triumph i and it U because I have material will be much seen. It is of : much. care with the outside, thatwe_ take extra I
a woman
the hat and the ; II
Chantilly eveloped and will be seen everywhere. velvet chess-board pattern the I
Discussed. face at one and the same time. The been fortunate enough to capture precautions to make the inside all right. We
It must be said that velvet presents I squares being white. and deep chestnut
r similar Comtesse costume de :Mun, but wore with blue an exactly violets itself this year tinder such a multiplicity ] to some make of them these available secrets that to my I am readsra.able.. These dresses will be trimmed :will send after your prescriptions and end ;
of new aspects and all very charm- with bands of fluffy cloth known as them back !
and corsages to
In form the dresses
1 VELVETS PLAY A PROMINENT smartening the revers of the corsage. ing that this alone'suffices to explainits i "ete de negre." you.
which will be worn curing the winter
On her hat of white felt trimmed '
PART AND NUMEROUS NEW AND with lijht tulle the Comtesse had avery vogue. Striped and figured vel-I will not differ materially from these i With respect to furs, ,it should be Let us.f fill your prescriptions. have filled I
vets which we already know, appear: stated that they are worn most charmingly -
1 t ATTRACTIVE TINTS ARE IN I pretty fantaisie' of gray and I:in new and very attractive tints, such I'(,months.made familiar For example in the, the preceeding sleeves:I mixed with velvet and lace. A J I over two hundred thousand since we have been SuperintcnBtructi'TC
white wings.. ", I II' mantle of caracol with N B Cook,,
;as "snake gray" and "malvoisie. ;continue to show a'slight tendency to; braided black in business.
VOGUE-143 SHADES AND ALL The true costume of the moment is i while China velvets come also in new!j[[enlargement in the' upper part a fact 'I gauze sleeves has been seen, and i the State DelT'tmonhi ; :
It- DIFFERENT. the one which best corresponds with colors, squirrel ,fawn. duck blue and:!;;which will compel us to widen considerably -; sure to attract a great deal of atten I synopsis of the
this autumnal period of transition.A titmouse blue, Direstoire: en and:: the sleeves Of our jackets: Furs! tion.And it must be admitted that on II I for 1905 and ac: of
number of tailor-mades are also being j wild thyme green.' As 'for the "fris-j twill, of course have to follow the fur garments nothing can be more effective I i u required by the
fashioned in plum color, dark,, son" velvets, which date, from last I movement Small sack i. than sleeves of lace or velvet j dent The following
? (By Madame Hydorne..) blue or feuule-morte, ,such as that year, they have so multiplied their!!:j in same"Nutrya," a sort of beaverotterskin jackets Cam eo!. which will be much worn this W. report filed c> <:i'
r Parjs, Nov. 24-While awaiting tne worn by the Baroness Lambert de colors that to-day one can count one will be much in evidence at the winter, possesses this peculiarity that! j A. D'AIemberte tendent and it coal:
;; actual appearance of the winter creations Rothschild. Mrs. P. Belmont was hundred and forty-three shades all.morning promenades and drives in I' its curls are flatter than those of the lions and recomme
f- we have already had a foretaste -.' dressed in a delicious costume of diffeient! Thus there will be plenty} -':the Bois de Boulogne, and with them' ttreitschwanz. In fact it resembles 1 worth noting:
of them at the morning promenades dark blue which admirably set off her to choose from. will be worn skirts of fawn-colored much in appearance a velvet beaten Pensacola, Fla
:. in the Bois de Boulogne and ink elegant figure and had on the most So much for the velvets already in I.1 cloth These sack jackets are made. or moire. Trimmings of lacework or Druggist and Apothecary Hon. W M. Hollow;!
the afternoons at Longchamp during' charming hat of white felt trimmed existence. Among the new ones there j without collar, are cut low around the cf embroidered ribbons are used withit tendent Public 1
the races. These are nearly all tailor- with reddish brown tulle, and a magnificent is the pekin-velours;' with very neck and encrusted l with taffetas It is? Worn in different colors, but bassse, Fla.
mades of striped woollens;and it is bird, called the.Velvet :Mantle t small stripes, tone on toned: It is !l other similar material.:: For more cere-or I 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 Dear Sir-In com
t a great novelty that the stripes of: /* with dark brown almost black preferred in shades of plum paste j (Continued on Fifteenth Page.) '. circular l letter of Oca
; these costumes, although of two different plumage. I I gray, bronze, and vieax;: rose. We ,- synopsis of school
t tones of ray, are, as it were,; I will also mention the hat of Bar-'have also the "velours moscovite," I calendar years of 18mlt
... bonded together that is the secretof oness Henri de Rothschild. It was I which is also known by the less poetic The Journal's Daiiv-1 Fashion Feature the following i
*eir beauty. At the last meeting likewise of white felt, its shape approaching name of "pied de poule." This is due cambia county:
f, at Longehamp: the Marquise de Ganay .the Louis;; .....VI. A band of doubtless. to the fact that it repro-
Wore a dress in this style pekinee black velvet outlined the brim, and .duces the irregular design which School Bi.
fj gray on gray; the skirt was quite :it was completely covered with those characterizes the skin on a hen's legs. During the year 1I
15 plain and partly hidden by the tails light, and delicate white aigrettes so It is made in white and maroon, in ,i Ode three-room but
t of a long jacket with velvet revers, .I imuch in the fashion now, which are!white' and beige.' in black and*white, one one-room buildin
;; trimmed with white violets. The moved by the slightest breath of air. (but the white and maroon: is most $ g floss, of one room
(. marquise had a hat in the nature of a This hat accompanied a robe of black used. The "velours miroites" are ob- building 2 9 at I
j toque something after the style ..af.1 cloth, very supple, the jacket being tianed by passing a glazing roller over No. 79 at Century, ,
._ In
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,.- J building on school Ic
t, one-room buildings f<
I 77. 78, 83, and 83. ai
one room each to act
t 18 at Muscogce, and :
\... G 1 Thanksgiving Day is Near at Hand At Two a cost now of t Buildings>about $

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.., FOOTWE. R. 1 1 \ J' 1I I Ij j S Don't the old shoes look a little shabby? :in have same, for which. a
to be paid.Pensacola
't. I : Ii You can't hide them-they will always be Hi

We have never shown our lady patrons'such' a fine p 7 i i ;. i I sticking:but.:somewhere.We i 1\ has One been block purcai.in t.-: >J!.

r' \ ,,, assortment of choice footwear as we greet them with Y i S would like to show you our line of ''. school specifications building for l hand "a

t this season. We've Street Boots, Oxford's ? Evening' I new Footwear., contractor: C'--

}-: Slippers from the shops of the best shoemakers. 8<' '1(Man or woman, extreme or conservative I I I When the foundation completed.anoI ;<:i.

detail of leather and skilled da i; t credit to Escsn..:;
Every shape shoemaking dresser.
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t If every woman knew about'the excellence} of our Shoes and ,the fairness size and width. Shoes at$2,$2.50, $3,$3.50,

3> .;_. of our prices, we are confident we would sell all the women's shoes,'soldin. 44 ar$5. '

town. Won't you favor us with a call i for the purpose of s etIngth e styles ? j,
.+ :11 We-conduct. our business on the 'George
The shoes will tell their own story in a moment. I I
I I Washington Plan"-no miisrePresentation.Neither TAx

E CO. : ', BLOUSE OR LIGHT COLORED CREPE OR SILl(. I luck nor chance enters into a shoe

1 One or two lira dressy: blouses are I about"'tJ oM inches In width wC med for Pu ichasemade. here.
'i : always required for wear with old skits trtmD:1n those Rnpe. of IDsertion being
: I Feet Furnishers For Folks. or with one's tailor gvn"and for !Informal i design done In
occasions. the! theatre or afternoon I gathered silk ribbon. Pale crocus narrow .
102 South Palafox 'S reet. card parties. are much in rogue. The messaltaftwas used for the model WoS Boston Shoe Store
4 lustration shows a very pretty the lace being cream white Chantilly. the
which could be copied In almost any tI-J narrow satin ribbon exactly 1Datch1ns Ute 1t7 S. PALAFOX ST. FASHIONABLE FOOT-FITTER .
If j j"ti .jsiUc or crepo. materiaL Lace Sn waist D&t..saL _


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$ 1,000 yards }rard-vvide. soft finish, bleached Domestic ,54inch.Chiffon. Broadcloths, in: air the: new shades, Ladies' Black *5atine Waists at 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 and RJ { r'1 i

1i at 6/2 cents. $1.50. $2. f
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1,000 yards 7c bleached Domestic, soft finish at One lot 38 and 42-inch Plaid, Dress Goods, regular 65 Ladies' Black Silk Underskirts from $8.50to, $10. ru :::J : i

6 cents. and 75c values, at 49c.Facinators ru .
Flannel 1 Knitt Underskirts 75c 1.50. +. i
at to $ < t.'f t } '
and Shawls at 35c, 50c, 75c, $1, and $1.50 UI "" f, : :
fiJU 1,000 yards unbleached Domestic, extra heavy quality 1- each Comforts $1, $1.25, $1.50 ,$2 and up.Blankets fU h. ,-!;.' i I
worth c, at 7 cents. Nt" : ;

New line Baby Caps just received, 35c to $1. 75c to $10 each. ; .1 fl
( 1500 yards Dark Outing ,Flannels, special, at 4%c.t fU.1i ';" .
( t ;Table Damask from 25c to $1 per yard.. 26 Boys Suits, *zes 6 to 16 years, $1.75 and $2 val, N J ;;
_. 2,000 yards Best Calicoes ,all colors, at 5 cents. .-it # ,
at $1.47. JI
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Napkins 25c dozen to$5. '
(9I 3,000 yards: Best Dress .Ginghams, 12j1zc values, at per 18 bI'd OJ ;. 1
Boys In black cheviots sizes 7 to '
Towels with colored borders at ,, I
xu cents. Linen extra large, N ; ,! 'f
$3 values $2.39.
; ; 25c each. years, regular "'f ; ,; fj
One lot Madras for\Valsts, at 15 cents. J.\f' I
fjCD Ladies' Kimonas, short and long, at 75c to $2.50. 100 l pair Childrens' Shoes, lace or button, solid N" 1 1

'200 yards: 10-4 Unbleached Sheetings, at 17J4 cents. leather, sizes 5 to 8, at 49c. -, fU : .- !
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One lot Childrn's Long Coats m plaids 1 ; $4.50 and ;
fjft t 500 yards Unbleached Cotton Flannels, at 5c yard. $5 values at $3.98. 75 pair Misses' Shoes, lace only, 11} to 2, solid N i '; :
J* leather value $1.09. N .
$1.15 :
1)) 1,000 yards Unbleached Domestic, yg.l.WI.d e, at' One lot Ladies' Cravanetts.. $7.50 value ,at $5.89. 'N ;, 'I

5 cents yard. 84 pair Ladies Pat Tip Shoes, lace only, solid stock, "ru I fi'j;
rJ One lot Ladies'3-4"l length Coats in tan and black, regular $1.70 .values, at $1.38. < '. ; ..Ii ut..
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Bleached Sheets 81x90 JUinin finish 50 .
700 at cents. "
rJ $12.50 values, $9.98. "' i l' ., :: ,'!
rJ 100 dozen fen s Fleece Lined Underwear, at 75c t.N j 1 ;: !,
500 Pillow Cases, regular 14c values, at 10 cents. lot Coats 3-4 worth $5 and $6 1 ;
c rJ One .Ladles length, per suit. N :" '; :
( \1,000 yards ,,12. .land 15c Flannelettes 10 cents.:' in black only ,at $3.98. "t l f' E'
LiJI 50 dozen Boys' Fleece Lined Shirts and Drawers, Sac "' ,jr

rJ 42-inch Black_ Cheviots_ .65c.values, at 49c. 22 Ladies' Skirts in black and blue.; Panama, $5 values at 25c. tU r >, tj

II* 38-inch' Poplins, all colors" ,,our, 35c yaluesat25c.. values $3.98. 200 Boys' Caps, all sizes, at 25c and 50c each. 1M 'f' J 1 i t :
dl. 32 Ladies' Black Skirts all 'sizes in Panama and Voiles UI _
21 pieces. Fancy S'lk'I', ar 65 i and 75c values I at : 5f119' One lot Boys' Sweaters, all sizes, at 50c each. ft.-i :i
and values I at $ .
$6.50 $7 ,
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': One lot Ladies Plaid Waists, in gray" only, $1.52 100 dozen Boys Pants, all sizes, at 50c pair.See ::1';f J '

It 51-inch Broadcloths, all colors,.at $1. values $1.19. .- our line of boys' Windsor, Ties at 25c. JJ :: "i ,1

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( also be a great wrong to the tax payers NIAEARA satisfied with this disposition of the mat- Opera House ;. ;
G FALLS ter, and recently renewed their fight on
of this 1
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Superintendent N. B. Cook's Report Finances. a new line of attack President McFar- l
land of the American:Civic Association a
I'am of the same opinion now in regard MONDAY, NOV. 26th. 4
I law that I to-day explained the present situation as 1
to the state revenue
: ;

I on the Escambia County SchoolsCounty have the last on fifteen sundry'years occasions given expressionto within ARE III DANGER follows Tee: the power companies; have dis- ';

4 to wit: Let the state offer a premium covered another way tQ get the water. 1 1
for prompt payment of taxes, Shut out on the American side by -the Recital. ; ; 1
: c : = : ': : : : : : : = : = = : : :: :: :: : :: : : = c : : : : : = : :: : : : : : :: ::::JI Song > ;
c : : : : rather than as is done under the pres- provisions of the Burton bill and the firmstand i
1 I sent system of virtually offering a pre- of the New York State Park Reservation -
Superintendent of Public Instruction state of Florida. The center buildingis We have in operation ,two senior' mium for delinquency in such pay Great'Power Companies May at Niagara, they are planning to ,,,by.... i : I'z
N. B. Cook, has submitted to to be three stories high in additionto high schools; one in Penaacola and ments. Let the taxes, as now, be due bring in great quantities of power from i
the State Department of Education,, basement, and will contain -light one at Roberts; two Juniorhigh! and payable on the first day of November ,Eventually Destroy Canada. Under the Burton bill a total of I : -I
his synopsis of the school operationsfor large class rooms, and on the third s"hools-'So. 9 at Bluff Springs, and of each year, and grant a ms- 160,000 horse power at first may be.IJulian WalkerI! 'j
1905 and 1906 of Escambia county floor an auditorium 76xS6 feet. No., 16 at Muscogee; and two rural, count of 2 per cent on all taxes-Dald Their Beauty. brought from Canada, with a possibilityof
as required by the state superintendent. :It is_expected that this portion of graded schools-No. 4 at Ferry Pass, during the month of November, 1 pe' 350,000 horse power later. All of this i
The following is tne complete this building will be completed in am.SUPT and No. 79 at Century. : cent on all paid in December; in January would tend toward' the depletion of the Eminent American a..... '
report filed by the county superintendent These schools are all well organized require the full amount to be Philadelphia, Pa., :Nov. 24.-That thereis falls and. toward the ruin of the great ;. ; t
and it contains some suggestions and are doing good work, and in paid, and for each and every' month specta le."Secretary ;
and recommendations that are my opinion, come fully up to the let afterward, beginning with the monthof Imminent danger to Niagara Fans, Is Taft assigned November 12 HENRI WEHRMANN i
worth noting ter and spirit of the law granting February let half'of 1 per cent be admitted the headquarters In this city as a date for a hearing at which tne i i
Pensacola Fla., Nov. 20, 1906. state aid to such schools. added as interest until said taxes are of the American Civic Association which power companies might present their demands Violin Soloist'FERDINAND -, t!
Hon Wt M., Holloway .State .Superin- Requirement ,of State Certificates. paid.This has been fighting vigorously during the for the admission of this power. 1
tendent Public Instruction, Talla- I wao3r Z'r t'+ plan would bring money Into Under the act the secretary has authorityto f I
hassee, Fla. S In my opinion a rigid'enforcement the treasury.promptly, and at a time past year for ,the preservation of the keep it all out. Later the hearing was DUNKLEY : ft
of the rule passed< by the State,Boardof ,
Dear Sir-In compliance with your when it was most urgently needed, falls. postponed until November 2* As the Pianist. .f
circular letter of Oct. 2nd, calling fora Public Instruction on June 11th, and it would not. be a hardship on a The Niagara campaign of the associa- amount of water on the Canada side alone ; l'
1904, requiring all principals of senior single tax in the county, for if would be.equal to the combined outflow
for the payer
synopsis of school operations tion first resulted in the passage by con- i
calendar years of 1905 and 1906,.J submit high schools to hold state certificates* a farmer hasn't anything to sell during at the mouths of the Susquehanna, Potomac Greatest array ofc: musical 'J.. f:
would be a positive set back to said gress of the Burton bill approved by Hudson, Delaware and James
of November December
Es the months or -
the following statement schools in the state, from' the ,fact to raise money to pay his President !Roosevelt June 29, 1906, placing rivers and the power companies think talent ever assembled Pen r
cambia county: that at this time, and in the near future taxes with he will; surely be in a bad the custody,!: of Niagara Falls, under they see a chance to get mote than twiceas sacola. .
School Buildings. it is not probable that there will much as this, the claim that such a 4 t"1! ;,
fix in 1Iay.I'
April or of and thus
the secretary war. {
During the year 1903are erected I 1 be a sufficient number of teachers' Under the, present revenue laws the state% of New York. The withdrawal of water will not harm Niagara Regular sale of tickets at; + : '
one three-room building, purchasedone I holding state certificates to fill' said l Falls Is absuid. ;
school terms two-thirds 23.
our are com- friends of the falls regard this as.a Friday, Nov. .
additions i positions,and Boards of Public,Instruction '
one-room building and made I !
the three- to this
pleted and pay-rolls are "There is one way stop assault "
,of.one. each to school would be at the of the few great train i ; t
room mercy Late for
c quarters to seven-eights completed be- The Burton bill contains a clause lime upon the falls at least temporarily and y,
buildings No. 9 at Bluff: Springs, and teachers holding; state certificates ;and I ; :
fore enough money is secured from iting the 'amount of water which can be that is,, to convince: Set'retary'Taft that ton and Barrancas.
No. 79 at Century at a total cost olJ3.276.00. it would virtually nullify the state law ; 1
the current years taxes to meet one diverted from Niagara for power pur the American people :want Niagara falls tt'j-
granting aid to senior high schools.'
mohtn's payroll- School boards are poses-the limitation! permittteg half the saved for its scenic wonder and not diverted I
In ,1906 we erected one four-room The schools in this county, owing to .. ... ... : 1
jdQ in consequence forced to borrow large amount which the engineers and the to the selfish Interests of the power & &&&& &&&&&& & I'mn ;
building on school lot No. 1, and new Y Nl i quarantine did not commence at. the nnmnmn
I sums of money each year to meet payrolls power companies had agreed to ask for developing companies. Nothing equals the
one-room buildings for schools' No. 64, (normal time last year, and had.to.con {
and the item of interest is, in at the beg'bning'of the effort for congressional personal statement In a matter like this, 11rrd.
'7, 78,, 82 and 85, and an addition of tinue until June :Oth to complete the The
citizen who
some counties very large.Respectfully action which followed the pub- and every interested cares }
one room each to school buildings No. term, and we could not permit the submitted. lic agitation- the matter by the Ciylc for Niagara to the extent of two cents,'I ;'
16 at Muscogee, and No. 79 at Centuryat principal of the Pensacola High school :\. B. COOK, Association. the price of a postage stamp. should ,
a cost of .about $5,000.00. bOOK I jto' leave his work t+. attend the ex- County Superintendent, Public Instruction In July Secretary Taft gave a bearingto write at once' to Secretary Taft .urging Geniuneii ;
N. B. amination -
have for teachers ,
Two new buildings: been erect. ,for state certificates all'direrslon of ,
I for Escambia county. the various interests involved in the that he restrict Niagara
ed and schools that held in tArt
by citizens organizedin was Marianna the
the lowest possible
matter sad afterwards largely water to limit and
same, for which a small rental will pie time to-open the Pensacola High I first week in June last. ARE YOU GOING sustained the position of the Association leave.the fats ur.hsraed, of; at'least jib Ji! J: '
have to be paid. school in same'on October 1st 1907. We know from experience.and..frsm to_'attend the Grand Thanksgiving by granting permit to the power companies more harmed than they are now Address "
Pensacola High School. Teachers Under Contract. I the good work accoitplishec by both Dance at C. K. at A. Hall. Barrios allowing'then to use the quantityof Hon. William Tart; War Department, ,ce ;l1Jf "
One block in the city of Pensacola I We have under contract at this date Prof. J. M. Tate, of Roberts, and Prof.J Orchestra has been engaged, the floor wafer which they had been using but Washington D. C." I :
has been purchased and plans and one hundred and twfenty-nine teach B.Jx>ckey, of Pensacola that both is.in excellent, condition and a good
specifications 1 for a modern high ers-ninety-two white and thirty-seven I are fully competent, and it would be 11 time is promised all. THAT'S
whool building have been adopted, negro-a greater number than-was: better for the county of Escambia to I fit
and contractors are now at work on ever know at One time"in the historyof loose the money granted by the statein : r Is an ordeal' which aO
The foundation and basement to same. public schools of Escambia county. aid of the senior high schools, than S' GfJ AWING j women approach with IPIEL: BROS. ] :. !
Vv ben completed, this building will be We have sixteen schools for whitesnot to turn down such true', tried, and accomplished ISU COLD THEYBURNBACON indescribable fear, for ; \
a credit to Escambia county and the in operation_for,lack of teachers. teachers as. Tate ana nothing compares with

A ,1.O'ir'L6r"'R the and' horror of < ; 4 '
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the sufferingand danger in store for her,robs the expectant motherof t.il1!
1 a 4D B B all pleasant anticipations of the coming event, and casts over her a I LAGERBEER

shadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off., Thousand of women |=
haye,fotind'that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy rob f |

l'eopleof Carlsbad Are Out confinement of all pain and danger,and insures safety to life of mother TRY IT! 1 : : :
and child.: This'scientific liniment is a godsend to all women at the

of Feed and Nearly time of their'most critical trial. Not only does Mother's Friend | ONLY 15c A BOTTLE i.ri j
carry women safely through the perils} of childbirth,, but its, use %1:

Freezing.By gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents "morning i; $1.50 PER DOZEN < ; +! ;i. 1.ltfP .
sickness, and other discomforts 1 *

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N. M. that the Sold aU druggists atOo .O. } t tt
from Carlsbad says by .. .-a, I Morris ann i ij -
SEALED PACKAGESFOR fuel supply of that town is exhaustedand $1. per bottle. Book' eissers tfij r

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Dear Cousin Charley: '_ %; i4/Y\/
I am writing this on the ship. way v
out in the ocean-we can't see land.,
anywhere-nothing but great big'
waves. We have oeen out of sight.of _
land for three days. Mrs. Dean and = : :
mama have both been a little sick, as:: ff
the ocean was pretty rough when we :1 """"' /
started but they are all right now. : 4L
; The ship is just like a big hotel and r
l' the decks like big porches. We play 1'r '
games on them. I like shuffle-board
5" the best You play that with little
;, ///t/ iround wooden blocks that are shoved 1 ; l lT
/ / along the deck with long sticks. I ,, w
', You haven't any idea how big one I''
: of these ships is unless you are on it.,
n The one we are on is eight stories '
:c. i i high, five above the mater and three : z : k
/ under, the engine and boilers are all
{ O 1 under the water and the men who
/ work down there hardly see daylight ; ,;. L14)i Ai

; : from the time they leave New York LS.
::: Ol
Q until they reach Liverpool. 7Z )
t / Poor old Spots has to stay down in PAUi.
the baggage-room where all the pet ; '

animals are kept He has lots of- -,, f f\\1
t.. ... 1 company though. The monkeys, cats.!
-[, t parrots, pugs, French poodles'and rR'D ,,
canaries that belong to the other passengers "'

/ You know things get awfully -, tCoprn
slow on the boat, so the other day'
Dorothy and I slipped'down there, and
just to stir up a little excitement, we -
turned all the pets loose untied the duo 4r> A HAw,
4H dogs and monkeys, and let the parrots G/RC! AwIJSA i -
and cats out their cages and boxes.. 1 :5q 1906,
SAM B. Ktppcnbcuaef K Co., Cb1capFo
Ta They were all so surprised at first ,
i MEFTYo/' that they didn't know what to do, and /R/NTi1GiRL f yearn
it gave us time to reach another part / 1.4 oy. SRC;
( of the boat But pretty soon we
heard them; It sounded like a menagerie R the particular young man prej-
all turnedof loose at wcce. Spots % 4 e
took out after,a cat, sad; around_the udiced against anything showy or
room they tore. Two bun terriers ;
who had been cussing each other all exaggerated in dress and still desiringa
the trip got mixed up in'one corner ,
and two old tomcats made fur fly in h
which is
another. One of the monkies got garment stylish, up-to-
hold of a parrot's tail feathers, :and,
I well, you never heard such a racket.Jf1 the-minute-this suit, the SAXON,
People came running-from 'every.'direction
,- and of'course we were as In- has ,many desirable features. Genu-
nocent as any of them., Well, when
they got them' separated they found ine and simple in line, disclosingthe
j that the parrot had bit the end' of the
:'' monkey's tail off and the monkey had work of clothing craftsmen, it
: a hand full of the parrot's tail feathers
r J and one of the tomcats Had
the of
-- lost about two square inches of fur. strongly conveys impression
Of didn't know
course we
i about it, but I think several people quiet quality and dignity. Made
unjustly suspected us.
,- We will be in London next week by The House of Kuppenheimera -
;: and "arill; write you from there. y
f Your Cousin, worthy example of their preeminence -

f To the Boy or Girl Whose Name Is Drawn From the Correct Answers Received At This Office By Next Thursday Night, The Journal Will as makers of men's
Give a Silver Dollar.: fine clothing.

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.

some new puzzle Invented if The Edgar Kugelman city; Sadie J. Hol-'received among which was the following H. O. ANSON

ANSWERSAND nal's puzzlers are to be Jour-j I sen, city; JosephNicholas, city; : f Hl :Xame.An .
3110 There were four or five' Genevieve Erickson, city; Myrtle I J Muscogee Fla.. Nov. 19, 1906. Dear 'unpopular man who was refused ,
swers sent in that were written on I.I Kauffman, city; Katie M. Hartman,!Puzzle Editor: ..1 will tuy my luck I membership In a certain aristocratic
pieces of writing paper instead of the city; Alice P. Pritchard, city; Minnie again for "that slippery old dollar."
club had the
audacity to write to the
puzzle coupon. All were from new 'W. Reed, city; Wilbern Fallon, city; I hope my answers are correct, ASH iOTHIER
recruits to the army, who will under- Olive Mills, Milton; Mac Hodgkins, and that I shall receive the dollar or, club secretary demanding the name of ,
ONlY FOUR stand next time that the answers i'Milton; Elizabeth Aiken city; Fred- the candy one.. Your friend, Vivian the man who blackballed him. The secretary
must be written on The Journal's puzzle .erick Lin Ceruti, Big Bayou; .Jas.S. Parker. could not resist the chance of CORNER PALAFOX AND MAIN
coupon, bearing the date at the 'I. Riera, city; Carrye Edwards, city; ,j The puzzle Editor is sorry you were sending the following reply: "Sir, I .
top. Alyce Edwards, Francis Browne, De- not the lucky one this time, but per- have received :your letter demandingthe .
"Hurry Harry" is doing a little I Funiak Springs; Jewell Booth at.I haps ere long if you keep on trying name of the man who blackballedyou. "
WERE WRONG harder "stunt" this week than last, I Andrews, 1<"1a.; Minerva R. Jones, luck will come your way. : His name is Legion.* f
for who does not know something I Escambia Fla.; Minnie W. Morris,I Another little member of the puzzle: 1
,. about New York City? Still everyone Bagdad; W. F. Majoles, Milligan; An- army Is visited by the "muse," while I. All Aroufl th* dock. ,
-r-- does not know the parts of an ocean- ,gelia Scarritt, Big Bayou; Malcom R. solving the puzzles and writes the "Grandpa says: his stay In the mountains -
going steamer. When you think of Fell}, city; Roberdean Grist, Pine Ba. following which she encloses with I last summer did him no good..
f Puzzle Army Makes Remarkable ren Washington Redd city Bessie her answer, which was correct. I
a -. it, though, this puzzle is going to be ; ; His room was right off the piazza and
easy for the puzzle army as there is Condon, city; Thos J. Newell cIty1 j To the Editor Pensacola JournaL
made love under
people his
i, Charge on Newt probably not even a little tot among Joseph Hughes, city; Frank Lowery, Dear Mr. Editor: Please give me window --- ,
them who has not been on board aI city; Leona Fagglonl, city; Theo. Herinandez -. just a little show, 1'm but a little girl. until all hours.
York City. steamer in our big bay. ''I j city; Sybil Ward city; Sadie I know, but oh! I've tried so very "But couldn't he sleep after the lov- SAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
i hard, and wouldn't out in the ers went to bedr
But children, do not always wait Mellor, city; Minnie Barbare city; play
r .. for'easy puzzles. Remember that the I Simpson Harris city; Nathan Balkum, yard, till I had solved the puzzle hard. "No; as soon as the lovers 'went to Prepared to do 0V'iTYEWE-1-- AND MANAGER.
I Louise Witkovski, city Elmire Myrtle L. Ruleff.THANKSGIVING. bed the children tri. repalrJDg on short notice. Ring phone 570 arj
harder the puzzle, the fewer are the city; ; I got up. -Harper's representative will call. W. T. BWweU President and Manager, Loa S. Ba '-
FIRST PRIZE GOES TO HELEN M. Lillian ix Smith city street.
answers and you will stand a better Bell city; ; Weekly. '
F. Willie Harris, TURKEYS POULTRY ---
show for the prizes.. Mary Johnson city;
MORGAN AND SECOND TO The correct answers to last weeks Jr., city; Hilda L. Harris, city; :Marie EGGS, &. ETC. E. M. POOLEY, 'TwaII Erer n... -
Christie, city; Teddy Mnldon, Little WHOLESALE COMMISSION DEAL. *I have found" said
i ETHEL GILMORE-ARMY WAS puzzles are as follows: suppose you the
Correct Answers. Bayou; Fannie Grant, city; Clinton ER, COR. CHASE AND DEVILLIER plain citizen, "that every man has his ......>++++............ ......+.........++++...+...*
OUT IN FULL FORCE LAST Manhattan.. McConnell Escambia, Fla.; Katie STREETS. PHONE 1211. I price."

WEEK. I 2.-Hudson. Parker, city; Irene Parker, Virginia!I I The climax of a good meal-a cup "Yes," replied the lobbyist, "exceptthe 3
Parker, Muscogee Deiris Egan, Nashville GAS
Brooklyn.Broadway.: Tenn.; Ethel Bayless. city: Al- of Jackson Square Coffee. Ask your]I man who Is worth buying.PhIh I SAVE fUEL I
grocer for a free sample. delphia Press .
5.-Central Park, ma Yates, city; Laura England, city; I
The lucky coupons drawn this week 6.-t latiron. John Frenkel, city: Hilda Hallmark'i They save fuel in starting and stopping save wait i
were: Helen Morgan, city, first prize, 7Wall8.Coney city; Eva Dora Hallmark 0 ,
, The Journal's dollar; and Ethel Gilmore _Island. 'Blumer, city; Althea Blumer, cityl I II Sunday Morning November 25, 1906. 1 ing, save discomfort, save doctor bills. Regulated! :j

. :' the Alemberte prize box .of Those who sent In correct coupons I Harvey Bayless and one coupon'with which I j; same as a lamp and there's nO'waste. *
; Huyler's candy. .!the Bayless childrens coupon
i The puzzle army made a great record are the following: Helen Morgan, 'was correct but unsigned; W. Johnson
city; Ethel Gilmore, city; Lettie Mar I' Those PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON THREE
.r nearly on three last week's hundred puzzles.answers Out only of tin, city; Gladys Bell city; Mary city whose; Arthur answers Johnson were ,slightly city. incorrect = I TWENTY-FIVE-:

{ lour were Brown, city; Viola Roch, city: Alice are: Janie Caldwell, Bohemia +
i Now that wrong.Is something of a victory, Louise Roch city;' Barbara Neff city; Fla.; Carrie B. Watson, David Boley, Aaron Mast Be Written en This Coupon: hankHe f puts a good Fidd Those Net Written On It. Ne
Elizabeth Daves, city Annie Moone, Attention Will Be
f to be sure. There will have to be city Mary Lou Chisolm, city, ; Nora J talk to you about it. $
city; Bertha Gagnet city; Gladys Kxcepfien: to Crts Rale.
Bailey, of Florala, Ala., sent in cor- .
Vaughn, Crestview, Fla.; Jack Suggs, rect answers but they were not writs: i .
1 city; Toney S. Johnson, city; Annie ten upon the puzzle coupon. Also My answers to the puzzles in The Journal today an as follows: I +

Read the Book R.L Pfeiffer Bernhandina city;Henrickson Kathleen Caro Anna, city li; Clure.Florence L. Walton. and' Barney Mc- .1 f I Pensacola Gas Company i I

; Henrickson, city; George W. Keating I I Neat Letters. No.1
Jr. Montgomery Ala.; Myrtle L.. Ru-'i t Phone 148.Witcher. 24 and 27 E. Garden

f Now leff, city; Lilly E. DeFonford city; Several interesting little notes were No. 2. ........................ NN ...+..+.++++.N1111NtfNi
ii- H. S. Wright, city; Thos. Maloney I
city; Ed. Swayne, city; Lucy Swaine,
city; Marjorie McLean, city; Marion No. 3. ............................NNNNNNN11111/N
Baker, city; Cleo. N. Armstrong, city; .
Lloyd Wheat, city; Vivian Levy, city; Save Moneyisn't
IT--IT"THE Margaret M. Pens city; Everett Rice,
VIRGINIAN"The city; Vivian M. Pons city; Neely No.4No.5 Co.
Glackmyer, city; Edward )I. Pooley the advan- Zemurray & I
city; McDavid Caro, city Constan-
tine 1*. Quina city; Annie M. Quina, : .
will be here city; Olsa Wilson,. city; Sammie tage-you? save hard : Commission Brokers. 2
play Stewart, Bagdad; Carey Stewart, Milton work, valuable time Na.f. : :
Saturday, December 1, Fla.; Annie Tisdale city: Chris.A. 1
and ought to read Johnson, city; Arthur Johnson, and wear on your i Pensacola and New Orleans Z
you city Adah McHugh, LaReine
; city
this great story of west- Johnson, city; C. J. Oerting;, Jr., City; clothes by ,sending No.7. ..__.-- ,. 11 W. Inttndanela. 820 Common. :
W. Effle Suggs city; Maude Clark, I
life in order them to
ern to
ap-I city; Bessie Henson city; Hubbard No. I. Cotton
preciate it on the stage. Foreman, city; Norman Bazzell. city;1 Stocks Grain Provisions, I

We can supply you. -- city Annette;. Milton Moloney- Wood city Lapplngton; Hazel Jacoby, Mobile ,I The Star Steam NameStreet *a bought and sold oh margin or for investment. +.

Ala.; Lelan Griffin. Madison Fla.; '
J. L. Kahn, city; Ada Flournoy, West. Laundry [ No. jAnswers i Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. s;
yule, Fla.; John A. Oerting city; Regina : .
The Gem Book Store
Davenport, Bayou Grande; 37 E. Garden St. Phone 114 "
Robert B. Grant, city; Monroe Campbell this Direct Private"'Wires. Telephone No. 1173.lJfIr :
C. R. JOHNSON, Prop. Jr.. city; Beatrice Lerey city; Pensacola, Fla. tp week's puzzl e must be on this coupon and .
Le Mayme Pulliam. city; Eva Mol- bear th is date. ,
23> Z18 S. Palafox.
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I i g PEOPLE t AND 4 US V EVENTS vn N t J K\l1, j tl tli READY DINNER, FOR? I Chttrch-e i es'I! -' WITH: PLEASfiNT. ftNTICIPftTION !

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Thanksgiving Day andno .
N Ministers respectfully request .
doubt there will be ed to notify The Journal promptly of DINNER
any change in the order of servicesat
TELEPHONE NO. 38 AFTER 3 P. M. a ast' several things needed their respective churches Notices
for this column should reach The

that you have overlooked. Saturday not of each later week.than 6 p. m. on, Especially enjoyable when the service is J ij i I ;

AVe can ..supply '''' -
- I of pretty china and articles
(Continued from Twelfth Page.) shower 'bouquet of bride roses and them fresh and appropriate ill
ferns. pure- i The order of services at the various for the occasion. -
the shade most in favor appears to be and promptly too. churches in and near Pensacola to-day ;
The maid of honor a'cream ,
light-hued shelL Worn with will be as follows:
that of a this material :silk batiste embriodered in green over We Thank You I .
costumes of similar tone Catholic.St. ,
pink silk
princess and trimmed
j..s a most elegant effect. With re- For and :MIchaers Church-During the winter -
with baby Irish lace. Her hat was your patronage C t.
i will
to what may be called the rich merlins be as follows:
gpect panee velvet adorned with a white will First Mass, Z a. in.; Children's Mass. 9 a. Our Sets of the' '
fps, chinchilla ermine and silver- plume and She carried hope you every one r m.; High :Mass 10t30 a, m.; Vespers Carving are I :The Turkey will be most appetizing i
pink :
roses 4 ,
fix: will still be more very popular so. The and last-named the.zibe- pink chrysanthemums j have a full measure of Rosary tisms at and 2 p.Benedic.tlon.m. 4 p. m.; Bap- Best Steel only. if carved with a sharp knife. .
)line The braidesmaids wore beautiful pleasure. St. Joseph's Church-Low Mass and Instruction
)olds an indisputable place in the esti- 'I 7 a. in.: Sunday School at 9 a.
of white Brussels
ation cf our elegantes. For eveningwear net over' m.HighIass; and Instruction 10 a. m.; MERIDEN CUTlERY"CO.
rough Irish lace relieved with white taffeta with ruching and lace Vespers, Rosary and Benediction of the TURKEY SETS $7.50
Sol Cahn & Co. .
trimmings. They both wore large Blessed Sacrament at 4 p. m. Mass durIng -
striking designs goes well with ermine the week is at 7:30 a. ,
Fancy furs are of course i picture hats with white plumes. Miss I I'' Monday and Friday when it will be offered JOS. ROGERS & SONS. TURKEY PLATTERS $4.00 'r
according to the taste of the Walker carried yellow chrysanthemums The Pure Food Store I I at 8 a. m. During; Advent Lent and ,
ttosen and Miss Laney red. Southfttst Corner FalaJox and Inteodencla the months of May and October. Holy 7
Bearer. The mole can be utilized very Mass is offered at S a. in. : tDishes
on week
days. .Tint)
effectually for jackets and .such like. They were followed to the train By 9 Phones 1480 178 Confessions in the evenings before Sun .$1.50 to $ Servers and On.tr.e'ment ;
many friends 'with all good wisiies. days Holy Days ot Obligation and First IS ,
make delicious
THE FLORIDA CLUB The bride's traveling suit was of green Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Baptisms '
Sundays at 2 p. m. or by appoint
BANQUET. cloth. They left on the noon train for ment. 'J' -, the plainest recipe. '
Atlanta and .other points.!!! !T
Saturday night at the Covington txi1CII l Jf_aC n. iz CII 7 Universalist. 1847 ROGERS' BROS. '. '
Hotel, in Oxford Ga. the Florida MR. L. A. NICHOLSON m First Universalist, Church, East Chase STERLING SILVER
street. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Y. P.
Club at Emory College had their regular WEDS IN MACON, MISS. CAFE .5! C. U. at 6:30 p.. m. All are cordially invited I The Plate that Wears. '
fall banquet. The club is in s The many friends and acquaintancesof to attend. ,
condition in Mr. L. A. Nicholson will be surprised CUT GLASS. '
fourishing every respect, Episcopal. ,t Plain and Fancy Patterns. .
Hid the event was a success in every to learn of his marriage to Miss x Christ Church-Rev. P. IL Whaley, D. I
tray. Since his election as president Mary Ames. oi Macon ;Miss. The i NONPAREIL Q D.. Rector. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.;;
Morning service at 11. '
wedding occurred.Xov. at the
cf the club Mr. Trammel has spared R St. Katherine's Church Cervantes and
co effort to make the club a success.' home of the bride's father Mr.J. g0 x Davis streets-Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe, S.
The menu consisted of ten courses, F. Ames. Miss Ames is a descendant l 8 1.2 S. Palafox Street .,stairs. iii. T. B., rector. Sunday services at 7:30
tnd during the evening the following of one of the oldest and most ''I: and 11 a. m.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. a 1 1t
Weed-day services
Wednesday and
toasts were given. President Trammel prominent families of Macon. Open 7a.m.to9p.m. 5 Friday at 4 p. m.
) acted as toastmaster and calledon Mr. Nicholson was formerly a resident 8 St John's Church, Warrington-Rev. JEWELRY 4OR'DEPARTMENTi
the men as follows: of Pensacola, but has long been OUR SPECIALTIES:; ee A. T. Sunday Sharpe at priest 4 in charge. Services

"Florida-The Past," R. B. Saunders known'in Macon where his characterand Business Men's Dinner, 12 to .*. every :..m. i
; "Florida-Her Fruits and Flow business ability have won for hima I 1)( 2:30, 50( cents. 5 Lutheran Church. t I
high place in the esteem of the people Theatre Parties, regular board- g! German Lutheran Church-Rev. J. F. s
W J. DeLaney "Florida Sports, a
ers. ; era and Meal Tickets. ,x' W. Reinhardt pastor. Sunday School at
JL E. Dewar; "Florida Ladies" W. A. in both business and social circles. I n 9 a. m. German service 10:30 a. m. Eng- 4'141
Gallagher; "Florida-The Future," E. Mr. Nicholson and bride expect to d''a' PHONE lish service 7 p. m. LADIES' SIZE 10KT.. SOLID S
visit their parents Mr. and Mrs. D. HM Norwegian Seamen's Church-Rev. Jno. GOLDFILLED."TEllTIMEBKTHEHEARTTHROBS"
E Barnett. r5 The neatest, cleanest and best & Hello, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m.;
The members of the club are as follows -N. Nicholson in Pensacola about I ii:1 place in town in which to get your f| Holy Communion. 7:30 p. m. AH Scandinavians .
Christmas. s 20 y ear ,aura nt .. or
: C. M. Trammell Lakeland. Fla.E. ., a meals. xCome cordially invited. .- .
I once we will trust to B movement: i ir
a ; you W-altham; ,
fc. Barnett Jacksonville Fla.; A. II come again. :lathe Presbyterian. :
E Da war, Largo Fla.; Leslie Thomas, First Presbyterian Church-Rev. Julian __ i
Flant City Fla.; T. E. Blalock, Madi- Personal MentionMiss fyx6 l=lxtlttl3z x/tt6T 1d i1 and S. Sibley/7:30 p.pastor.m. Sunday Preaching School at at 11 9:30 a. m.a. _- 1 $15.00.

ion, Fla.; IL G. Barnett, Jacksonville m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. BUT \THY WHET WE: ABS .
fla.; J. R. Blocker Plant City, Fla.; : Hessie Hirschman leaves tonight Sunday School at the Stoddart Avenue OFFERISO THESE VALUES ,
two popular engineers, Messrs.H. Mission at 3:30 p. m., C. F. Zeck. super.,
Wilson Tallahassee Fla. E. C. IN
J1 E. ; various I a t f.
for an extended trip to H. Jenette and J. L. Han: 'ntecdent An are cordially? invited. ..
IVllson, Tallahassee, Fla.; W. J. points in Louisiana and she will be
Baker! Gainesville; C. A. Nixon, probably all winter. The entertaining committee was: Church of Christ I f
gone Mrs. T. J. Butler chairman Mrs. G. Church of Christ. .7
Calnesville IL B. Saunders. Pensa ; corner Jackson and < \ i J ,
:; >
Alcaniz streets-Bible School at 9:45; a. m.
: Mrs. C. H. Hilbun. -
R. and
cola; W. .A. Gallagher Tampa; W. A. Mr. and Mrs. A. Browning of St Myers Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by
Saunders, Reddick; O. L., Henderson, Louis are the guests for: the winterof The Woman's Foreign Missionary W. T. Tracy. Prayer meeting Wednesdayat WATCHES"

Tampa; Henderson Warren Tampa; the latter's sister Mrs.' Kauffman, Society of the Gadsden Street Metho 7:50 p. m. All are cordially Invited-

G A. McMullen. Bay View Fla.; IL of this city. dist church will observe this week as Second Church of Christ i
VT. Delaney Kest West; W. J. Delaney I Second Churchof Christ Scientist-
Key West; W. Mizelle King's Mrs. J. T. Aranda of Savannah Ga., a season of prayer and thanksgiving. Services every Sunday morning at 11
will be held o'clock
services at
Interesting ; WMnesdaafternoons at :5;
of this is the mother of
formerly city : 1
Paul Partridge, Fernandina. o'clock.
Ferry; the church each afternoon at 3:30 Reading room open daily from 10
a pretty little girl baby which was I a. m. to 3 p. m., where Christian Science!
THE D'ALEMBERTE-FRATER born November 10. o'clock the meetings being conductedby literature may be the different members. All will be Temple. j GENTLEMAN'S SIZE, 10KT. Your Watch or Clock will

VlEDDING.: I Mrs. Eugene Whatley requests the warmly welcomed.The First Church of Christ j I SOLID GOLD-FILLED. receive prompt attention if '
One of the prettiest weddings of presence of each little Sunbeam of First Church of Cnrist Open 'face plain or engraved
solemnized last .Wed New City Flinch Club will meet vices at Pensacola .. 'SCientist-ser-1 j '
this season was Muscogee Union ch.urch.. at her homeon case. brought to us for repairs.We .
at 10:30 o'clock in the with Mrs. Frank Marston Tuesday every Sunday. Strangers:! are always;
cesday morning Thanksgiving 'evening from 2 to
welcome. The
Gadsden Street Methouist church 4:30 o'clock also their-teachers, Miss afternoon. vice will be held regular at 11 Thanksgiving a. m. Thursday.Y. ser-. I 1250. guarantee satisfaction 11 t {

a hen Miss Carrie D'Alemberte and Eva Vaughn"and Miss Nellie Wash- f Guaranteed for 20 years. Elgin in and : '
M. C. A. workmanship prices.
Mr. Harrie Frater were united In mar- borne at Muscogee. Florida.- T. M. C. Association building open!I or Waltham movement '. .j 4 4f '
riage. The ceremony was both beau- Notes and Notions from 3 to 6 p. m..Song Service: at 3:30 p. .j i
tiful and impressive, being conducted Mrs. B. S. Bernard, editor of this department m., led by J. W.' Lurton, for the purposeof 1 i
ly' Rev. W. F. Rogers and Dr. Sylvester left yesterday morning for -- learning the songs of the Association
Leather Headed Hat Pins. hymnaL Bible class at 4 p. m. Subject
Weeks. Ocala to be present there at t/e funeral cf study The ,Lie and Letters of '
The church was most tastefully decorated of her father Dr.' W. IL Marean I To match belts made of twisted Paul-" > form of the i
requirements of
with smilax palms, ferns and whose death occurred Friday. The leather, which clever will worker wear almost in leather everlastingly Palafox Street Methodist Methodist' CfcurcVRegular CONTRACT LET Yours will always be clean If yeti, j'
cut flowers. There were four festoons -many friends of Mrs. Bernard extendto a I services at 11 a. m. Sunday Clean I Clothes I send them to
of tulle enwtined with smilax her their heartfelt sympathy. In her has invented twisted leather hat pins. school at 9:30 a.' m:. J. N. Andrews,'superintendent .
from the center chandalier to the altar sad bereavement These are a novelty and lock well in Epworth. League ,at 6:30p. TO FLOAT/ SMACKSBOOTH The New Method Laundry, .r .
of leather they are m. PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE.
many corors ; Prop. NerYethedtauedr18i40.W.IJih1iA3l :
end the rear of the church. The altar Gadsden Street Methodist Church-Re\
Vas banked with palms and ferns Miss EssIe-Delon a charming young strong, too, and therefore appeal to F. A. Rogers, pastor. Services to-day: at AGENTS WANTED.
of sportswomen; and lovers of outdoor H a. m. and 7:30 p. n,., conducted by the !
1 ringing out a lovely background lady of Indianapolis, is visiting Miss .
pastor. Sunday School PARTIES ARE TO --
games, such as golf and hockey. To at 9:30 a. m. .1.1 BAY
p.'hate chrysanthemums.Miss Margaret Wrighton of this city. Miss B. Tiller! superintendent Epworth Leagueat i
Driscoll sang "Still fcs the Delon visited' friends In Pensacola match leather motor coats they: pos- 6:30 p. m.Powelton I FLOAT THREE SCHOONERS .

tCight! just before the entrance of the about two years ago., and has many sess Cream another blue and claim cherry upon colored attention.leather )love, pastor.Circuit-Rev.Geo. H. Hicks J. W.assistant Breed- I I J. F DAVIS, JEWELERNow ii j:

ri.1a1 party. As Miss Laney played admirers here. First SFtYs Powelton. 11 a. m. and 7 I FOR SAUNDERS & CO.
Mendelssohn's wedding march the hat pins are charmingly pretty. p. m. Pine Forrest 3:30 p. In 1
m. Second Sunday Muscogee, 11 a. m. New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St
procession entered from the two doors Mrs. Alphonse' Paschior of Birmingham Married Under Difficulties. f and m. Third! Sunday Brent 11 a.
cf the church led by two of the ushers, was called home yesterday on account A story of perseverance, before m. ihy I Sunday. Warrington 7:30 p. TO.I Saunders & Co. yesterday awardedto

Mr. W. Clyde Roberts and Mr. Dougal of the illness of her daughter which tne spider of Robert Bruce may: 7 Fourth Sunday. Escambia, 11 a. m. ,and.I parties of Booth Bay, Maine the -

}'rater. Then followed the other two Mrs. R. W. Waters. modestly retire, comes out of Surrey.A p.m. contract to float three of their fishing
ushers Mr. Guy Palmes and Mr. Hugh I work of wrecking :N' CfCA-C+l UH itr 1' 1.N'H-H ""H1: :.
wedding party arrived at their due Baptist. schooners, and the .i'"lflolt
) rere. The bridesmaids Miss Annie, The Thursday'' Afternoon Euchre time in the village cnurch. The cler- Callaway First Baptist, Church-Rev. Thos. M. the: smacks will commence at once or

Walker and Miss'' Kathrlne Laney.-en] Club will meet this week'on Wednes- gyman unfortunately had not like m.. Judge pastor.E. D.Sunday Bcggs superintendent School at 9.30a. as soon as the necessary equipmentcan

tered on oppostte'aisles and crossed, day afternoon, instead of Thursday, them remembered the appointment Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. and be secured. *
ft the altar, as did the ushers. Lliss with Mrs. Will Harris on North Hayne However, they, were not discouraged. 7:30 p. m."' Morning subject Consecrated The'vessels are the, :Maud Spurting i

Bessie D'Alemberte, the maid of.honor, street They sent for the clergyman. Whenhe Services Young; Manhood night subject" All are"The cordially Strengthof Calra R. Harwood and Carrie B. i

came next, followed by the lovely appeared the bridegroom discovered vited! to attend these services. Welles. The vessels are all along the ,
little bride on the arm of her father, On last Thursday afternoon the that although he had brought East Hill Baptist Church 11th Avenue western bay shore, the Spurling beingIn t S H11! r r -

Mr. A. IL D'Alemberte. They were Ladies Auxiliary to the B. of L. E. himself he had not brought the ring. and pastor.Chase Sunday Itreet-Rev.School J.at W.11 Senternt a. m. the ,yard William H.

met at the altar by the groom and entertained at luncheon at the "Kandy Another hurried messenger. The ring Preaching every second and fourth Sun- the Harwood in the yard KnoWleS'1 =
ls! best man Mr. Ellis Frater, who Kitchen," in honor of the following tad hardly been produced when some day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer Keyser and the Carrie B.
entered from the minister's study. ladies who were initiated into their one found that the certificate of the o'clock.meeting every Tuesday night at 7:30 the baseball park at t

the bride was beautifully gowned In publication of the bans was not West Hill Baptist Church. West Jack It was thought impossible to save I
a soft white silk over t_" *. trimmedwith forthcoming. Less earnest people son street-Rev. J.' W. Senterfit pastor. some of these vessels but the contract 1 1'I

princess lace. and pearl draperies. Mrs. Ed. Strickland. It was a very, might have given up. But not these. Sunday.every first School and third at 10 Sunday"a In.at Preaching 11 a. m. ors believe they can! accomplish the I /

''er veil was caught to her hair by a quiet affair only the-' members being; Off went a messenger for the certificate. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting every task successfully.
diamond sunburst. She carried a present, owing to the recent death of' That come, and there being Sunday at 7 p. m. r'I *

__ nothing else that could be left behind, First Christian Church. CAKE SALE. I
O. they were straightway married. Such First Christian rct 43 East GregostreetSunday THE LADIES AID SOCIETY OF i -
zealous perseverance in a good cause "k- 10 a. m.. H. J. CHURCH
Monogrammed Stationery ,makes a dainty Mackey superintendent Rally Day. THE PRESBYTERIAN :
deserves all honoraoie mention. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. WIUL- GIVE A CAKE SALE WED- : ok
Christmas Present for Prayer meeting Thursday at 7.30 p. m. BEFORE THANKSGIVING I
All are cordially invited.. NESDAY, ., I Tr l '
Cutlets. STORE '

A GENTLEMAN TO A LADY. Bone three partidges with the exception THOSE WISHING CAKES FORT ,

of the legs. Cut the meat Into THANKSGIVING DINNER WILL .,-, -

cutlet shapes season with a little "The Best is What' We Sell"BeeWNut HAVE 'A FINE LINE TO SELECT is rj I

Send us your orders now so that they can be, lemon juice salt and pepper and fry FROM. / *

in butter for to ten minutes. : ,; ,
seven : ; -
executed in time. and ;0 ,. ,,
Samples .
ample prices MAXIMUM.TEMPER .-,
Then remove; have ready a farce of ATUDEGREES ;;;: :J-' <.. i
furnished veal or chicken lay a layer on the J JI DEGREES, MINIMUM I ..
upon application. J. P. STEVENS I :: .- (
top of the cutlets, cover with egg, at Pen : : .
ENGRAVING CO.. manufacturers of Society roll in bread crumbs and fry a golden I sacola The: maximum yesterday temperature was 7C degrees at :;"';'0 Le$ i ,.

Stationery, Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Georgia. brown. 2-45 p. m.. while.the minimum registered -
Prepare some French beans and 53 degrees ef'EO a. m. ';;. 1inat
serve the cutlets round the beans with Last year on the came date the max- ?! .

................9..0.N.NNN...1.h0.N.. made a good by brown stewing sauce down the poured bones over and imum was 74 degrees and the mini- '. The Cluter Music House Is now open for business The contractor 4 I
mum 58 degrees. has put In the plate glass broken by the September storm and removed tee
legs of the partridges with a little scaffolding and board which obstructed our store and our Pianos can '
good stock, well brown and thickened. A, Pretty Little Incident.A A* now be .examined carefully.We .

i ii ) pretty' little incident it is re- have the largest, ck on hand we ever carried a. our regular hlp- f
Buy Thanksgiving rn ture Royal Blue and Olive Green. l .1 the ether Cay at 4: ,i
: corded. took place menu have been continued and the pianos nave piled up on us-we are to*
Royal blue velvet trimmings on the Royal c luncheon'table In the Town tug to make prices te move them..

gowns of dark olive green cloth represent and County Hall. 'Aberdeen The The Piano you are Kilns to buy for Christmas can be selected and set
Christmas Not Far Off. quite the last sensation in the I \ King when -conversing with airs.Lyo aside. Bur now and cave ISO to 1100. Terms on best new U 07 models
j Parisian world of dress. The blue is ,tne wife of Lord Provost who y' and styles In latest finish, |2&' cash balance $10 per month, no Interest,,.
in shade the honor of knight A large discount for all cash.
designed as bright a as it is had Just received

; i possible to imagine, while the green Sliced Beefis hood observed the.card with her name ; Just think of it. a. S4M Piano. for $300, Come and see them. These pri- .
I the is very subdued in tone, and has an on it which denoted her Place at the ces will mere them fast.
Make the dining room most attractive in the : said "I must
almost tint in its It
coppery composition. made from the very choicest table, and,-.taking up A few bargains to give 'you an Idea of the remarkable cut we are
i home-it's usually the living room jn most homes, : cuts of meat, cured to a mild deli alter this." With his pencil'"Mrs.the"king and making: In prices on bin-grade Pianos: ,
Chrysanthemums.Chrysanthemums cate flavor by the "BeechNut"process. then obliterated the word '
: It comes to table One Kranich & Bach loge upright grand. fancy figure, walnut cue. '
your graciouslY
and most of time'is spent there. Get Sideboard so beautiful in in Its place- "Lady.
a wrote .
your in ,vacuum glass Jars, free from ladyship. When new $i 0. Used one rear 1225 for this special sale.One e
their decorative effect are coming on handing the card to I'
i kind of preservative ready for
Extension Dining Table, China Closet, Chairs. quickly each day sees an increase in any Instant use.Include Needless'to say. this win prove one of. new CasseH Piano. regular price 112. this sale 1111. .

We have them, beauties, too, at money-saving pHi i thIs e gratifying quantities to sent learn to that market this year's and it One Pound.a Jars.Jar In..your......dally...30 order.cents* Lady, of.Lyon's a memorable most cherished day. mementos -i. One. smaU iUhoganr, 'upright"' Packard regular price '{50. this sale oa.yiUiS.

ces. Sideboards $15 to $65, Extension> Tables $6 to :Z, crop and particularly shows every good sign In of quality.being large The One-Half Pound-Jars -....13 centsRoseoaii&Gerelds Miss' Holbrook will have dancing; I* WO.One new Kranlch' t. Each'Mahogany case regular price $450. this sate +r, ,

$25, China Closets $18 to $75, Chairs $1 to $5. two chief, or mother classes of this school -Monday ,night at C. K. of $ fi 1c

i flower, are the "incurved" and the HalL Good music and a A.1! One Jacob Doll StOO Piano used two rears, now JU3.Firtr '
j "Japanese" In each of which there time. ,_ other new Pianos Just unboxed to select from.

are many varieties of size and color. Coffee stands '
Jackson Square

i MARSTON A QUINA, I o of Highest everybody.in Quality Blue but Ribbon in the Lemon reach I THE FANCY GROCERS air quality tight put tins.up It In pleases 25c, 50c others.and $ fort i The Clutter Music House !

and Vanilla. Absolutely pure go 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.. not.try It? Largest and Oldest in the State.

i 103,110 S. Palafox St. ,Phone 149.: Pensacola,Fla.,, ': twice as far ace the "Blue RibbonFlavor" IL .Ai ah.t tin. toJlOJ and sheet Ironrashiowa I i $,
East Cor.nistreet
o is perfection. Ask' for the Phone t
I I house buDc11D. ,H-' R-I->>
:, to the opera & HH .1
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i "Garden of Death" Reveals r S

r Evidence of Most Revolting DustIn

r: Crimes. We're Raising a ;

r Madrid Nov. 24:Juan Aldlge. the
r proprietor of a gambling den at Pena I

his for assistant near Seville, have and just Manuel been executed Munoz. the house furnishings business of Pensacola reaching higher and getting more of it

on a charge of murder. Aldlge enticed and bigger: all the time .
: Innumerable travelers Into his bouse. o every day. There are many reasons why we're growing bigger I
r which stood in an Isolated part of ,.
E the town and then fleeced them by but one of the greatest is that l
3 cheating at cards.
Th9 victims who protested or who
I even showed that they had discovered
\ his trickery were killed by AldIge with

> a buried hammer The condemned in ,his and garden.their men bodies shocked were even then i We Guarantee Everything Exactly as RepresentedOr

;, the goalers by his callousness and

Joked when Munoz on with the talked each scaffold other.continuously laughed and and M your! money back; and the people of. Pensacola, have come to understand that we'll do

; when silence the during priest the begged reading him of to certain keep just what we say we'll do, correcting all mistakes cheerfully, regardless of cost, to us. Call

,,: prayers, the criminal replied "I am show how little cash and
and stock Let now
f' going to talk as long as I have the see our splendid at popular prices. us you

r- chance time." for I shall be dead a long and a little each week will furnish your home complete, and we're sure you'll' give us your

$. Both men were garrotted in the
usual manner. When the collar was ., business.
Ii r- i
? placed around Aldige's neck he ,

: at shouted the last"One.word two the three-go executioner!" and '' i Don't forget our Big Matting Remnant Sale, Monday and Tuesday. Fine quality I

J': turned The murders the screw.for which the men Jap and China remnants 5 to 15 yards to piece, lOc and J2c per yard.Rhodes / ,

f" were executed were really discovered
I i by accident. A wealthy man named
. Rejano who was a great gambler disappeared "
i and the police traced him I
J, to Aldige's house.
I. A careful examination was made of
I Collins
';. the premises and just as the authorities = Patch = Companyhis
were about to leave a freshly
i'. turned up mound of earth was notices .
; in the garden. When excavations
I I' were made the body of Rejano was
I discovered some feet below the sur
l rface.. I I
FFurther examination were made and
I ;: six other bodies were found. The victims
I .
had been killed by a single blow
} of the heavy hammer dedvered from
: behind .bus crushing the skull. i
I" ,' 'the garden in which the bodies I
were found was called "The Garden .. -' ....,
of Death" I 4.. : 10\ : : : --

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it.J. Represents One of the Oldest I Industries..=Was Man's First Clothing = ; ;:' % Il

11 ===Its Usefulness Constantly Increases. . ;

1{k t f-- COME here and see what' able in a general way. Still I wintry first undershirt the wrong way. of my hat the cover of my memor-
joi' 0 Uncle Joe la making!" to tell you enough facts about Furthermore his first undershirt be- andum book, parts of my suspenders,

cried Beeele to her leather to show you how wide and fore long became so offensive of my gloves my knife case, my shoes, l I% uK
brother George. useful are its ranges. smell that he had to throw It away. are all of leather. Your papa' put

I.11 "Pshaw! I know what that Is," Uncle Joe's Story About leather. To get rid of the scratching man leather hinges on the .chicken coop

said George, as be came close to "Leather is the skin of animals removed the hair or wooL To get door only yesterday. And the pres- ( c
here Uncle Joe the Story Teller sat rendered pliable and durable througha rid of the necessity of,too frequently ent increase in the price of leatherha

.. pith Aboard on his knees. fashion- preserving process called tanning. manufacturing garments he figuredout largely been caused by the ad-

Ing something of leather. "That's a Before man had mastered; or even the process of preserving skins vent of the automobile. For since 1.1\
i puzzle that is! All boys know how attempted the manufacture of woven which, is called tanning. automobiling has taken the great

to work that!" garments from either hair or veget- "Almost up to within the last hun- hold it has upon the American public -

I .'Well, maybe they do." said Bes- able fibre the skins of animals prob- dred years tanning was:accomplished the demand for leather Is almost -
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t if! "but all girls don't and I'm going ably furnished him with clothing. alone by the use of barks and leaves unprecedented. Nearly all chaf- / l
( to ask Uncle Joe to give It to me "Tanned 'leather of trees. Within the last century feurs are clad as far as possible In ,
in Its various
I' when he gets it finished. You will, I many improvements have been and leather for leather will stand more
(, forms Is said to be the most durable
t won't you, please Uncle Joe" form of are being made In tanning,until now wear and tear in similar service than
! pliable materiaL That I
"I it is almost for but any other article. Indeed so serv-
' was making It for you, repliedher means it may be most often bent any
iceable Is leather that has attempted
I man -
'r expert what'kind
kindly uncle "and after I have an to determine 'of
stretched or opened and shut, with and partially succeeded. In
shown you how to work it It shall be leather he may observe or whetherit .
t out destroying its usefulness as an I producing .: vegetable substitute,
i Scars" article of aid to man. I is leather or a substitute. which when applied to cloth givesto
Soon the leather puzzle "Tanning Is not the only processby that material serviceable proper-
I was completed
; : "When the first man killed the I ties it could not otherwise display."
: and then Uncle Joe presentedIt which pelts, or skins, are couverted
first animal for food he probably: An unnoticed visitor had been listening -
: to Bessie. A picture of Uncle Joe's only tore a hole in its body and took: into the leather of commerce.: to the latter part of the talk
, leather puzzle is to be found on this out enough meat to satisfy his immediate Tawing Is one of the various other to'the children. The visitor was the
I' .page together with its solution, for processes, and consists chiefly in preserving mother of Bessie and George and
f hunger. When he went I herself the niece of the Story Teller; :
the benefit of girls; for, of course, home It is barely possible the first the pelt without removing which made Uncle Joe their great- : ;
i all!1 boys knows it. or else George was woman had had a bad hunting trip I the glue which all pelts contain in uncle; and all of which made no difference j
I til I 3 talten.I on her own account and upbraidedhim I a greater or lesser degree. Another to anybody for the reason /7f.; E S
is dressing in oil which that everybody called him Uncle Joe
process consists -
Though George had affected for
an not having brought home i the Story Teller. .
I cpparent disregard for the puzzle it some meat to her. To preserve peace in of driving out the, water of the "Uncle Joe" said she "do you
I was evident there was something he the family it is only reasonable to II skin and replacing it with.oil. know you are sitting in a leather
, would like to ask Uncle Joe. After suppose that the next time the man "After the pelt, or skin: has been bottomed chair!"
l i "Why, bless me, ,no!" he ejacu- .. : .
i x tome slight hesitation he came out went forth and killed he brought fully dressed and treated and has he
I lated, in surprise as hurriedlyarose
) with it: "Was Davf 's sling the one back more meat; which necessitatedthe I become leather, for purposes of.manufacture and removed the upper cushion
: to killed Samson with, made of tearing of a larger hole in the it is divided Into separate seat. "Well' I'll declare Mary!" he
leather carcass of the animal he had slain. parts, each best adapted to particular exclaimed. "Where did you get
"Rry likely It was," responded As the family grew the first man purposes. The oldfashionedway "Aunt Mary Hueston willed It tome
Uncle, "for history fails to state probably kept tearing and tearing of dividing a leather pelt, and ," responded the mother of the
when leather was first Invented, until he had the whole skin off. And which Is till In general use In many children. "They say there is a fam-
though the first mention made of it it is Just as possible that a cold localities consists in classifying the ily history connected with it." "
"Well I should there is, re-
a in the Bible, I believe Is In, regard wind may have sprung up and made different parts as follows: sponded Uncle Joe. "My grandpa-

l to Elijah the.Tishbite (2 Kings 1.3) him throw or wrap the skin of the (Here Uncle Joe. made a diagram rents brought the hickory frame- ..,,
.-'He was a hairy man, and girt slain animal around his body for which is shown elsewhere 'on this work of this chair with them through
Tennessee and Into Kentucky. That
-.0 :with a girdle of leather about his warmth. page.)
leather bottom was the first pieceof
loins.' '"Such Is supposed to be the first "Cheeks Neck and Shoulders, leather turned out of a regular
"What Is leather And for what source of clothing for man. And Shank pieces, Belly pieces and Butt. tanyard in Kentucky. And these In-
All Is it used?" asked George. because the hairy, or wooly side of "Now, just for the fun of it, let's itials you gee cut all over the wood-
work the Initials of father
"Your first question Is easily answered and animal's pelt. is commonly accredited count up some of the uses to which are my -tom.
and uncles. Go away Mary and
.L ." replied Uncle Jo "But; with being the warmer. It Is leather Is put. My spectacle case Is take the children with you. I wantto
{your second question is only answer-: supposed man (poor man!') got on covered In leather. The sweat band sit here alone and think awhile."


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