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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 27, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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TRIAL OF BURNHAM UPUOLDS1NTLORI-'T: ( f:: : .(GENERAL CONSPIRACY" ; : J !





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tual Reserve Life Now : Last Vestige of Disorder Lis-. \, (.. _' ...fr.: ... 1 .I
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Court. In Cuba Has Disappeared : ;... KILLED BY SWITCH ENGINE Jury in the Federal x ..r'


By Associated Press. Protct Agit: : ct tkt Court. ,ff' "1 i

Havana, Nov. 26.-With the capture yesterday of Cienfuegos and :: Alex. Armstrong, Jr., met'Instant ;z :t'H
Considerable Difficulty Experienced of the eight men. who took to the woods under former Chief,of Police I W V:: :. 11.. NOTREACHVERDICT ;
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Ruis, the last vestige of disorder disappeared In Cuba.' Ruis, : ,:;! Death on Wright Change Decided Upon by/ 1: :
in Gettinga was reported at first as having a large following but this was disproved 17'.:r to, e .

by his capture. .Street Sunday. the District Attorney '1 U 1
Jury. Reports Governor. Magoon from all\ parts of the island show that -- !-. iF j

perfect tranquility prevails. HIS I. .-; ,\t': ',: "p' : r :. Yesterday. ::t.-!r
Investigation shows the reports are untrue that bands .of Insurgents ..

I are operating In the vicinity of Palmyra and Cuines. CHAr, i) If f ATTEMPTED TO JUMP ON MOVING '_ _- t.t.,. I t
ALESMAN ASKED IF THEY KNEW I
II MEN".) ." .-.. Ih. ENGINE, WHEN HIS FOOT DESIRE TO DISPOSE OF ALL CON. i--: !: I I
SENATOR PLATT AND VARIOUS 1
IDENT F AM' '* ". '. ischarged by Judge Carter CAUGHT IN THE FROG OF A I I SPIRACYCASES BEFORE BEGIN f4 .1t
OTHER PERSONS COUNSELFCR
President Returns SOCII..r.-r- ,', rPERI \ SWITCH AND HE WAS TERRIBLY NING TRIALS FOR PEONAGE-. 1:1.: ttld
PRISONER ASSUMED RESPONSIBILITY After Being Out for
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FOR HIM TO Sixty Hours. IN ALL CASES. SO THERE WILL TJl

KEEP HIM OUT OF THE TOMBS.By .... 'I'
From the Isthmus ... ... .. '
t. Aa.W ; attempting to board switch engine BENO, DELAY. t : i'i''I'
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Was 'rt. N I : -i No. 430 near the corner of Wright
Associated Press. Taft, owir; II .. -> ", ">0' STRIAL DECLARED. IN CHRIST. street and Ninth avenue Sunday after .

:New York Nov. 26.-The trial of to list :: i f k ''', ', jt: ; noon about four o'clock Alex Arm- J' '. !
YESTERuAY SYNOP- :
'Irge> Burnham, Jr., counsel for the By Associated Press. i a very pleasant enjoyable time and tegrity ,r .. ':..? .i'-. I se& ,' lAS CASE strong, Jr:. twelve years of age, meta The trial of the peonage cases in '
itual Reserve Life Insurance Co. Washington, Nov. Completing a that he was deeply impressed with the and b) .:; ,( "'it': ilS OF CLOSING ARGUMENTSF terrible death. As he jumped to'the. the United States court will be resumed t

.0 was jointly indicted with his remarkable trip to Panama, during United States navy, with Panama and change.Tiic': .. ..". running beard as the engine backed this morning, and instead of I ,. '.1f,
.:her. Frederick A. Burnham. presi- which he travelled several thousand with Porto RIco. being i i "m'1o .. j,. ,': :', ) COUNSEL FOR BOTH SIDES. towards the L. & N. shops his foojt calling the case wherein Robert ,Gal- '. (

';:1 of the company: and George D.ri'ge miles by sea, visited not only the isthmus The Panama canal will be the sub- FarlamCivic '. iJ' ;,-. caught in the frog of the switch, and lagher, Oscar Sandor and W.' E. Graceare :l;

:! vice-president, for grand but Porto-Rico as well voicing ject of a, special message and' conse- oj .. lU ,: held him firmly there, while the engine defendants upon the charge of I 't

::-eny, began to-day In the criminal thorough enjoyment of the entire voy- quently on that subject, the presidentwill opposit : Special to The JournaL passed over him, horribly mutilating peonage, the government contemplates : t, I, ,
President Roosevelt returned to r.I' ', taking up the second indictment
m< b of the supreme court. age say nothing now. frpmti 'j ,( Vlarianna, Nov. 26.-At 8:30': this the face body and limbs. He to commit !t- ,;
uham is alleged to have paid Washington at ten forty-two tonightThe tion of -' >1. >rning the jury In" the Christmas was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex charging conspiracy peon I '.'
. ''j-flve hundred dollars to at- trip up the Potomac on the Bound for Washington. slonof .n, 1.. I se came in and announced to the Armstrong, who reside at the cornerof age. In this case W. S. Harlan, Robert tU1 j

: :' '= for F. B. Armstrong, an agent yacht Mayflower was made without Washington Nov.' 26. The naval ted SU.. .; ; art that no verdict could be arrivedas : Gregory street and Ninth.avenue, Gallagher Dr. W. E. Grace, Oscar ;
md policy holder in the Mutual, special incident and besides the presi' yacht Mayflower, wth President McFi.: ..t ..:, .t;;. the members of the jury could and the accident occurred within a Sandor, W. La !atita, Archie Del* -{ .' : .

" ;'I in fact. it is alleged, it was in I dent's four children, many officers and Roosevelt and party aboard, proceeding ment E .j.ie .t Ije ana 1 agree, whereupon, nis Honor I block of their home. Mr. Armstrong linger, Newlander and Angelo are thy ,'
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1 Moment: of a suit brought by' others were at the dock to meet the up the Potomac 'river passed Indian news!. \.i : Jge Carter, Instructed them to reIe ( who served for a number of years as spiracy defendants.indictment This is and the the general allegations con 1-1G. ',J I:, 1 1I
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'. i i s Wells, vice-president of the president. Head providing grounds, twenty Kunz .r ') and consider further and see chief engineer of the army steamer those contained !
, landed Immediatelyand four miles from Washington, at nine invest! '. tr l, ifl I are about the same as 4 .La';
toy against Frederick Burn- The president } jy could not agree.U Poe, was absent from the city having in the case which was concluded last .sf "...
;a:i. 'ndhidually. speaking of his trip said he had o'clock to-night. plicatio 1.1,1 10:30, the jury again returned gone to Chattahoochee where he is week and resulted in.a conviction of ,. t '- i rr.r
1. --f was considerable difficulty in for per IPII jo court with 'the same announce- engaged as chief engineer at the state I the three parties. ). : t
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',' ing a jury and during the exam mt that they could not agree, andre : asylum. t
I the ;'u 1'f .tr-v 11 The change In the cases was decided r Ii
proplicanti
anon of the talesmen they were With Friends.
GERMAN CRUISER BREMENTO ... ... accordingly discharged. and a Playing yesterday by District Attorney '
; }' upon 1
i.f'd; i if they knew Senator Platt and T': strial declared. Young Armstrong and a number of '
I __ Sheppard and his assistants, as it is :
,nous other persons Eight jurors Argument of Mr. Price. other young boys residing in the
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the desire to complete the cases ) .
r.hen secured adjournment today.Vi was taken the VISIT PENSACOLALAST ; : Late mmenced Fridayafternoon his argument, Mr.reviewing Price Wright neighborhood street had during been the playing afternoon on, this character before taking up any of .4 1
.Pt1iiu. the cases in which some ol
strict attorney sought to have Burn-: about o'clock engine No. 430 in peonage J
T 8 testimony exhaustively and log!- and these ore also the defendants. I 1:
.:n committed to the Tombs This ; [ t. Uy,:: pointing out conflicts in Ktestiny making up a train passed down '. o- The men witnesses in the conspiracy: ."' '1 f r-:

.',a vigorously opposed by the pris- TlCilS > of state and defendant's wit- wards the shops. As it approached case are about the same as those In "- I 1.1,
r's counsel, who finally agreed to 4 sses. near where the boys were playing j ,
one responsibility for producing Will Arrive Some Time Between First, in regard to the horse seen)ybung Armstrong ran to the center,ol the case first set for' trial this morning .-.; '
: so there will be no delay on this } ,
client in court tomorrow. l WEEK OF- [ ; r tli p d heard by witnesses on the road I the track near a switch, saying account ?,
January 1 and> ; 1 / the Christmas place, he showed I,"Watch me make the footboard' He Motions Will; Be Filed. ;

Hat from Jim Brown's to Bob Jones's'distance. was in front of the moving engine No motions for a new trial, arrest .I
February 9. ., of three-guarters of a mile, and his intention was to remain there of the '
appeal case
of judgment or
J R'ED' OVERNIAGARA __;. of' ; least two bouts 'was consumed, until the engine' cot within a foot or I' tried last week were filed In court ";-' .
THE TAMPA fAIR m M-n; ''i' -en when difference in time of sO-of'him and then 'spring to the foot yesterday as was expected. Col. W. -::, .":'- t.. f .

ULuuitiii'Convened I docks of.the. respective parties was board. I W. Flournoy, chief counsel for the defendants n F
I II FINE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
granted. He asked what became of His friends saw him as he raised however, is in the city, ana t
I GERMAN NAVY IS TO AGAIN the buggy; at one place the horse one foot and touched the running engaged in preparing the motions ,. t
r I fALLS was seen attached to a buggy-when board but when he attempted to move which will probably be filed this morn ling .
Record-Breaking Attendanceat CALL AT THIS PORT, ACCORDINGTO and Heard Large it got as far as Jim Browns's, there the other it caught in the frog" of the and considered by the court before t
but rider his back, down and in a '
was no buggy a on switch. He was jerked the other case is taken up. j
South Florida's Big ADIVICES JUST' RECEIVEDBY Number of Pleas of and although Brown had known moment was underneath the wheels Other Cases Before Court. j i
Christmas for and even killed. ,
many years and instantly Several other cases were before the J1: .f
nknown Man Met Death Exposition.Special GERMAN CONSULThe with light sufficient to see a blaze in'' The engineer was brought to a stopas court during the day, and a point of ,
I Guilty.The he; face of the horse, he could not say quickly as possible, and the coroner jurisdiction was raised by attorneys j.
he: man on. his back was Christmas. summoned to view the body, after representing; the defendants. The .
After Desperate AttemptTo fine German cruiser Bremen, -- Mr. Price thought it was not so much which it was taken to the home whichhe first called was the case of Elijah Turner J' '
to Th' Journal. I..one of the training ships of the German -I November term of'the criminalourt a difference of clocks but a difference had left only a few hours previous colored, charged with assaulting 'I
Save Him. Tampa, Nov. 26.-Saturday marked is to another visit to in testimony of the witnesses. I '
: navy pay (: convened yesterday morning, in good; health and joyous spirits. a negro girl on the naval reservation. :
the close of the second week of the I.the port of Pensacola. This information ,vith Judge Beggs presiding, and Solicitor Tracks of two buggies were seen The mother was terribly shockedby I Attorneys for defense then raised the .
great Florida state fair, and the week has just been received by German ] Loftin in attendance. Almost from Campbellton down the road past the fate of her son, and the father' point of jurisdiction claiming that .
By Associated Press. was a record-breaker in point of attendance Consul Rolfs, who in turn notified the 1:he entire day was consumed in filing Emma McKinley's, Bob Johnson's, Jim was telegraphed to at once, arrivIng -' the alleged crime was not committed .
b; K Falls. N. Y. Nov. 26.-An and in brilliant features ,officials of the custom service. The J,nfonnations, hearing pleas,. and the Brown's and on down to Will Pilcher's here on the first train. within the navy yard enclosure, or in -. "
1 : ,,.n man was swept over Horse- marking every day of the period. exact date of the arrival of the j rial: of one or two cases. The term house, and from there on the track of Yesterday afternoon the remains any building used for naval purposes, t :
-So- fans in a small boat this after- Special trains poured in daily bringing cruiser is not at present known, but .will not be a lengthy one, many of only one buggy was to be seen; he were placed at rest in the cemetery at but simply upon land reserved for r'
',r.JlI ;aiter a daring attempt had been thousands from all sections of she will touch at this port on some' 1 those docketed for trial having pleaded wanted to know how the state accounted Warrington, a number of friends and: naval purposes, and that the state' 'I I
.; :) ,"' save him. The little crafts Florida and other states and the immense date between January 1 and Febru- ; guilty yesterday. for the absence of the other relatives of the family being present. and not federal courts would have jurisdiction -I : .
r <: n coming down the river in the crowds were handled in a most ary 9. It is thought that she will arrive 1 Albert, charged with second buggy from that place on. in the premises. The court ,

r'I': )! the swift current the manning acceptable manner. The weather, some time during January. ,..l. George found guilty as charged, Mr. Price commented on the will, announced that the question would .f' : ; l
was
::! up and frantically waving since the opening day, has been de The Bremen visited Pensacola two but larceny has not yet been sentenced.The and the fact that the coroner's jury day, all were discharged. It was not be taken under consideration.. and it I '

l u nand- lightful. years ago, and her officers and men I following entered pleas of guilty had that safe open the day after the shown that Boone had had any difference is probable that a decision will' be It' 1 t
Twi'ow! boats started In an at- Principal among the events of the made many friends here, being entertained murder, and handled every paper In or words with J. M. Christmas. rendered to-day. t j' t j f
:mp to rescue him Ht the mouth of week were the grand Blue and Gray by the Germans of the city, and : it, and would have undoubtedly found or that he knew the combination' of A similar point was raised by. the i. i 1i i

snuli stream. 'fhe. rescuers were far, reunion, in which hundreds of, Con- giving a return entertainment on Frank Murray, train riding, $15 and i the blood stains at that time, if any the_safe. attorney for Robert Henderson, col- t i' ,.
-ram wai: Is considered the flange federate and Union .veterans met to- board the vesseL f costs or 30 days. there were on it. Then some railroad hands" wno L. were: ored, who is charged with the larceny ;
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-; :!' cross current carried the gether and were addressed by Vice- The length of the stay of the Roy McQuinn, train riding, $a and He reminded the jury that there working in the vicinity of Campbell- of some money from some of the .J "

r.tor>>nm( man away toward Goat 'President C. W. Fairbanks, who ca cruiser in port is not yet known, but costs or 20 days. was evidence that the will had been ton were hinted at in a vague and uncertain J men on board the dredge boat Caucus. J l'l
:anrt and m a few minutes he was to Tampa from Washington to see tue it will probably be of several days Allen Hartley and Lizzie Simmons sent to New Orleans for analysis, but way, but there' was nothinc: to The vessel at the time was anchored t
wrl*' over Horseshoe falls. I famous fair. On Friday, which was I duration. The vessel is on a cruiseto lowdness, $15 or 3 months in jail each. no evidence was submitted as to the connect them. near Town Point This was also :" 1
Tb ouid-be rescuers by this time educational and Chidren's day, Vice- the gulf ports, and will touch at Sam Coachman, assault and battery,! result of the test. Also, the blood- It was shown that Wml D. Chria- taken under consideration. ,' i

'I'pre in a perilous position and it was President Fairbanks also addressed a many of the principal cities. (10( and costs. stained clothing had been taken by the mas was the one individual who would H. H. Kelly, charged with assault i 't I-i i
'l"a! great difficulty that they sue. vast concourse of school children and Ed Burnett, petit embezzlement, $15 sheriff to Jacksonville, for the same most profit by the death of J., M. committed in the government! building -! !f

?C3ed:: m reaching shore. teachers. and costs or 60 days.E. : purpose but! there were no experts Christmas, for not only would he par was tried and found not guilty. t
From every indication the attend- DEATH SUNDAYOF M.; Johnson, forgery and uttering here to say what they' found. After ticipate in the estate included in the _ 1
ance for the present week will be forged paper 9 months in state convict talking over two hours, Mr. Price will but he would then be surviving '

CHIStIOlltIISALlOlED: even larger than that just closed. The] camps. asked the jury to consider well this partner of the firm of Christmas & SENATOR MALLORY H }: j
grand climax of the fair comes on'' AN INFANT Dan' Ewing, petit larceny $20 and testimony from every point of view, Son and would run that business 'as
Thanksgiving day, which has been assigned I costs or three months. before they brought in a verdict that he pleased.It .

BOND as "Brown day" in honor of Chas. .Saltmarsh public use of indecent would put a stainpn me Christmas was said that Christmas could not RETURNS HOME t I I II
of the Fair Association : language, costs or 20 days. family that would down from generation '
the worthy president go he and whistled -
DAUGHTER OF JUDGE AND 30 be guilty, because sung 1 U
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CoL1',. JBrown: and Geo.. Roberts, assault, costs or to generation.Closing the night before the commissionof I 1 I
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Sy Associated Press. I each day will be .marked oy some: MRS. R. L. NICHELSEN days. and for State. the crime, but is that any evidencemore !.
until then. John Western drunkenness, $5 At eight o'clock Mr.Wilson began the cool and United States Senator Stephen R. I'
Nov. 26.:! -Alex R.hBlm \ special feature :. than he was singularly '
formerly paying teller of I The horse racing has been of a' remarkable EXPIRES. costs or 20 days. Sentence suspend closing argument for the state, first calculating? Did not Nero fiddle :Mallory who has been on a visit to 1'

thl p rs National Bank, charged with nature, practically every ed.Lula .. complimenting the jury on their patience while Rome burned and listen to the I several Florida points including Fort
Ui'ment, whose case resulted in harness and running record held on I Simms, assault and and close attention to testimony -J sweet strains of the music while Myers has returned to the city and 'j-j. to:

: "-'nai. was released to-day on a the track being broken; the great Katharine, the infant daughter of $1 and costs or 20 days. battery'l and argument of counsel who thousands of his people moaned and will remain here until Friday or Saturday .. 1-
"'i" 'thousand dollar bond. White City Hippodrome, the most Judge and Mrs. R. L. Nichelson, expired Roy McQuinn train riding had preceded him and craving their writhed in the torturing flames! And when he will leave for Wash 1' ; :i'Ibgton. '
costly and magnificent amusement at- Sunday afternoon after an ill-I costs or 20 days. Sentence attention on his behalf a little longer, does not sacred history narrate that a At least he expects to depart : ;

traction ever secured by a state fair, ness of only a few days, and the remains I as the end was drawing near. young girl danced to music and what I about that date. "IJ
WILLIS" MOORE has been packed by thousands at day were placed at rest yesterday He said that one of defendant'scounselhad was the prize-was it not the head of The visit of the senator was for the 1'. : } ,
ed.KING had '
and the showof stated that the state of Into th/ needs of I I
looking
and night performances, afternoon.The St. John the Baptist! purpose
John L. Sullivan, for many years little girl, who was exceptionally GEORGE not shown Will Christmas was present He had hoped Christmas would giveus I the cities he visited. On his return '.- }I!-'t the .
crime, -
REPRIMANDED the idol of the prize ring, has been bright for her years, was taken at the commission of the blow, but a reason for that Bloody shirt that stopped at Apalachicola for a few J t' .
I packed to its capacity for three per- ill during the middle of the week, and POPE nor that he struck the fatal that he (would have convinced all he did not days and came direct from that city 1 ',' '
VISITS if it was conclusively shown t'
Di* Associated Press. formances daily. notwithstanding she had every attention aiding encouraging .and do the deed, but his explanation was to Pensacola. :, t F ;
there
Washington.; Xov. 26.-Complying Railroad officials estimate that 4- died Sunday afternoon.The was who did strike the not reasonable. A hog killed and
iI"\ Instructions 000 people from other states attendedthe funeral services weie conducted abetting the party hung six hours, does not spatter
from the president would charge up I
court
the
fatal blow
'> fair, and practically all are people afternoon 3:30 o'clock RECOVERED ONE
wn'II5On., of the Department yesterday at HESITATION OF KING WAS DUE that he' was just as guilty as though blood. h1i
,Vncmture. has administered to who are looking for homes in Florida.A at St. Michael's church, and the remains done the act himself.Mr. Not content with trying to implicateold
\\1,,:! \loore. chief of the weather bu- total of 2,000 attended from the placed at rest in St Michael's TO FEELING AGAINST CATH- he had. Wilson divided this matter Into Jack Boone, not content with trying GUNS
ea.. reprimand for an action which i northwestern and eastern states alone. cemetery, where a large number of 1st. Was J. M. Christ- to implicate Will Filcher they OF STOLEN
.he i irrr.Jer This is the last week of the great and OLICS IN 'GREECE. three parts. the sheriff 4
service commission declared ,friends were present placed many murdered. 2nd. Who was most now want to actually accuse tJ
that of urging a printer fair, and every Floridian who can do :beautiful floral tributes upon the mas have committed the offense I of this county of trying to murdera 'J j .
to
.art, should attend. likely most horrible imputationI One of the twelve shot guns stolen J
:: oope to pay certain strike so grave. I 3rd. Was Wm. D. Christmas guilty of man-the .fi!.
'" s-mrnts Imposed by the typo- The grief stricken parents have the By Associated Press. can imagine. They say be had this from the show windows of the Avery {,:. :
of 'the crime.He >
t. '.-cai union. The secretary de- sympathy of a large circle of friendsin Rome :Nov.26.Kitg George I felt it was not necessary todwell shirt and these clothes and carried Hardware Company Friday night. "r t.
: l(1 say anything about the char'te : POST OFFICE their bereavement. Greece. accompanied b? his daughter the first "question-that was them to Jacksonville for analysis was recovered yesterday by Marshal ;'i
and was most on ( Officer Reed. but ,
the Pope to-day their imaginations to Frank and: Mounted t. t:
o"! the reprimand. visited in the affirmative. they draw upon .
I PLATT DENIES cordially received. Tpe audience already As to the answered second he asked If it could say an analysis was made, for the so far the officers have been unable .{' 1',.k':

I CGOVERNANDYOUNG SAFE ROBBEDBy lasted half an hour. shown that any one else had the : testimony did not develop it, and they to capture the party who perpetrated .1
THE INTERVIEW of tilt- king to visit be bold robbery. .
the
The hesitation that Wm. now this sheriff is here. offering .
commit the crime say '
CORBETT caused b a feeling In motive to The gun which was loaded and lt'f;
the pope was -j had. these clothes and this shirt, as being "
By Associated C tholics. The D. Christmas for was identified: by :Mr.
Press. against Roman human ready Ue. f'i"
Associated PrelLJackson. Greece he devoted some timein stained with blood when the I
Associated Leo-to bring To the third (f tM imtice expert -4 'tit
vBf Press.'OIK Pope rr-stNd3. an
of the late Avery
\;* New Nov. efforts disproved it
other
Miss., Nov. 26.-A special York 26.-United States the arguments of analysis '
11, ._ Nov. 26.-lt was an- reunion of the o ental church answering to obtafe !4)r> ('.hI.at an early ,, ,
Senator Platt'said to-day concerningan about a Wm. D. Christmas At 10:20,the court charged the jury.concluding -
by their managers to-lay that from Bogue Chitto says the postoMce the church of no ie caused so counsel, showing that date: as to t* ; '' ".: I" of tba < t.t.
: :: HcGovern and Young Corbett there was robbed by an unknown person alleged interview in which he is with resentment in Gr< x* that King was the guilty agent.They about 11 o'clock. The jury others, sad : < "-:. !;e ;< < >r nu-a :
5 the safe quoted as saying he would not resign. much Jack Boone, then retired. and after waiting about:
matched for last night who blew open tried to implicate
: who :
a fifteen round bout the ony s >vereign rhoct'hi.t : : r :< {
"The whole interview I George was with ahalf and hour with no report from ,
., Mace and secured on thousand dollars. The is untrue. his but after holding him together
during the week ending Po >e Leo on the ??? artrrTHE "'1. I
t not congratulate <
:: I.' -l.: Each side posted a for- robber then secured a horse making have said nothing nor will I say anything did some four,or five other darkeys for a the Jury court adjourned. :
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1 the parties" he said, "the lines of u.a .
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demarcation Hearst, Lafollette are ,entirely Folk, Bryan: obliterated.Roosevelt .i'. CAFE ,II BOARD OF WORKS RHEUMATISM NAN

they are all alike. It Is a period

!s revolution. and unrest, but I have

It will faith work enough out alright to believe In the that end. Under things NONPAREIL ACID BLOOD POISONRheumatism

the law every man haa"an equal I L.I IN SPECIAl

chance' and it will be the survival of is an acid blood poison and the causes that produce it

t. he fittest I have a'piece of poetry a i 2 S Palates, Streit.upstairs often silently accumulating in the system for years. Poor digtstim ti

here that fits mycase. Let me readIt I Open 7 mto9p.m. stomach troubles, weak kidneys,torpid liver, and a general inactive coa4J!

: : a. I tion of the system leaves the refuse and waste matter, which should
PowderAb5olutely Was SESSION bt
"Once I Democrat"
i Once I was a democrat a i OUR SPECIALTIES: Ie. carried: off, to sour and form uric acid, which is absorbed into the bleed
S When the blood is in this acid-charged condition, it deposits the
Cow I don't know where I'm at Business Men's Dinner, 12 to po tI
Everything's so blooming mixed Ii 2:30 50 cents. I and irritating particles with which it is loaded in. the muscles, re

Nothing's settled nothing's. fixed, fc Theatre Parties regular boardere joints and bones. Then Rheumatism gets possession of the system: ad
t All the leaders In a fight .| and Meal TIckets. !J Call Upon the Architect for life is made miserable by its pains, aches and discomforts. The chamnj.:

Nothing seems to be alright M jjj PHONE +1530. of the weather, exposure to cold and dampness,. etc., always increas? ti{

Things go on from bad to worse, 1tj The neatest cleanest and best Result of Test of Soil of trouble, and so severe does the pain become that quick relief nest tj:
-f Pure Towne is fighting Billy Hearst, place In town In which to get your had. A good liniment or plaster is often helpful, but it should be
n.
Grover Cleveland.: stays at home, meals. 1Jt' membered that relief from, such treatment is only temporary, because
Everybody knocks, Jerome S Come once; we will trust you to I City Hall Site. thi
'Iit trouble is in1 the blood and
come again. cannot be
Horrid things are said of Parker, i7ttY
f DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF: Prospects keep on growing darker. : ti Dg.'aI.ggg!: s moved by external applications. S. S.1
cures Rheumatism by ridding the blood
The Board of Public Works held "a sss ot
BAKING POWDERr the It down into
TARTAR 3everidge in language hazy cause. goes the tired.
f with
special meeting last night Mayor ,
tion and and
Intimates that Bryan's'razy, by invigorating purifying tit
Zelius and
Murphy-saya he'll stay In line, Read the Book Bliss* Chairman blood of the acid-poison and

r Royal does not contain an atom of Hearst yells "none of him In mine." Dan ell presentThe Mr'l 1 i VEGETABLE stream of fresh, rich blood to all part/to.

acid (which is the't Not a 'voice is raised in ye1l1n'For minutes -of the previous .. litres thepain, reduces the inflannnatioa
phosphatic read and approved and the ,
r- acclaimed McClellan ing were
the' once ,
4 this disease. S. S. S. is the
i and permanently cures painful only safe
reports of Inspector Hill on the work, treat
in sulphuric
Joe Folk hasn't friends
digested
of bones
product many it does contain
r: Everything's, odds and ends, Now on the city hall DP to November 22 : ment for Rheumatism, because not a particle of mineral in

k' acid) _or of alum (which is Bryan gets another jawful. were then read and approved and, on any form to damage the system. Book on Rheomatism and any medial

(' sulphuric acid) substances -, -. Hurls opinions simply awfUl a motion, his services as inspector were advice desired sent free. THE SWIFT SPEClftG CO., ATLANTA, CA.
f one-third Even Watson's',making signs 1 ordered discontinued for the present I

adopted for other baking powders -' Up and down .the skirmish lines Mayor Bliss was Instructed to con- --- --

r of their cheapness. Once I was a ,democrat,, "THE VIRGINIAN"The' fer with the chairman of the Board of -
f' because Now the Lord knows where I'm at""The Safety and the chief of the lire\ depart-
ment and consult an architect for the
r. drainage situation is really purpose of preparing specificationsfor A GOOD SIDEWAlK
comical" said Mr. Knight "It was
ROYAL BAK1N3' POWDER! co.. NEW YORK. remodelling the two-story buildingat
; the issue in the campaign and Brow- play will be here the corner of Zarragossa and Com-
ard was elected.on Then-when he
mandancia streets and converting it
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"
attempted to carry It out he was Saturday, December 1," into use for the city fire deparment'!!
t i. MISS BELL DISCUSSES turned down .there's: nothing to feel and YOU ought to read Gives the most ordinary property an appearance of substantial
Information Wa tea.
badly over. It really-is comical. I value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the hand
Mr. J. O. Wright of Washington, this great story of western The following resolution was introduced somest house and grounds. You don't want any ragged

t has been here this week compiling 1 life to and passed after which the edges to your property.
f TALLAHASSEE TOPICS 1 some data from the records in the inorder; appreciate board adjourned: Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily

executive office relative to the Ever- it ton the stage. "Resolved That the architect for best. Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air of

'toIt clades.: Mr. Wrisht: Is-: emnloyed by We su1ply i the new city hall be required to furnish solid dignity and.worth.. .,

r don. Congressman William B. Lamar the United-States"departme t.of agriculture ,can you. this board without unnecessary We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our par.
I delay, the following Information regarding antee. May we estimate on ?
; Convention of Women'sClubs and Mrs. Lamar, Adjutant General and has charge of the government yours
the tests of soil required to
survey of the Everglades. He
and. Mrs. Foster Judge George P. Ra-
' Notable Event Mrs. W. W. Cummer of Jack- left Thursday for South Florida and be made by the contractor for the new
: a ney, The Gem Bok'Store.
city hall: Pensacola Cement Stone
sonville, Mrs. S. J. Hilburn of Palat will at once put-a-corps of engineersin Company
I the field to begin the work of sur "First: How many tests were ,
" ka :Mrs. Jefferson B. Browne Mrs. J.
ii of the Week. C, R. JOHNSON, Prop. made?
: S. Frederick, of Miami, and 'many veylng the Everglades.
i others. Croup.A Phone 230-'21J S. Pal.fox. made Second.? On what dates were they S. J. Harvey, Manager. Telephone 1485.

The convention has been In session
f ]Attorney Peter O. Knight of t since Tuesday and will convene Fri.> reliable medicine and! one that "Third. On what part of the
should always be kept In the 'home
r day morning.Mrs. has several grandchildren in this trenches prepared for the foundationwere

Tampa Is Inter- Adams president of,the State for immediate use Is Chamberlain's place who have the'sympathy ot their they made? -J
Cough Remedy. It will prevent the "Fourth. Were
friends. you present In per.
Federation is a attractive woman'and
l very attack if given 'as soon as the child when the tests
: son were made?
The through Friday. i
'0 viewed. presided with much grace over pay car passed.
the convention. becomes hoarse 'even after the Prof. Maddox principal of Bluff "Fifth., If not did you have a representative

Child Labor. croupy cough appears. For sale by Springs high schoo attended the K. present and if so, who. I Special Home Cooked

all druggists. of P. lodge Friday i tight was he? I
THE ANOMOLOUS OUTCOME OF The State Federation is deeply interested -
in the matter of securing the : ; Mrs. T. J. Jones;of Canoe Station "Sixth. Furnish this board with the 1 THANKSGIVING DINNER
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[ THE DRAINAGE QUESTIONGOV.ERNOR of law the particulars of such tests showing how
passage some by coming is visiting Mrs. J.::B. Green. II
legislature to regulate child labor in m" CENTURY. McNe1 they were made, what compressibilityof
BROWARD ELECTED ON I! I -Mr. E. M. manager of the
soil was discovered and the levels
the state. Last night Mrs. A O I commissary at Foskee, was In town I 50 centsYou
THAT ISSUE AND THEN TURNED Granger, of Albany, Ga., who took a Saturday. taken." at different periods of thetests.
< active part in the recent child
very
DOWN. Special to The Journal. Deputy Sheriff Senders, of Pensa-
labor bill in that state made an inter-
Century, Nov. 24.-Mrs. '1'. II. Cuy cola was in town friday. Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.A invited
esting address the before to eat Thanksgiving
subject are
r BY MISS JEFFERSON BELL upon ler accompanied by her daughter, The many friends of Miss Mattie few weeks ago I had a bilious attack your
the convention
and
C Tallahassee, Nov. 26.-The week'the Florida clubwomen earnestly to work urged faithfully Miss Laura, went to New Orleans last Hood Staples fegrt very much'- to. that was so 'severe I was not dinner Here. Everything home cooked.
r has been unusually full of interest at week. Miss Laura entered Touro see her leave for astleberry. able to go to the office for two days.
to secure the of a simllar Home made pumpkin Home made
passage pies.
.k the capitaL The convention of the child labor law. Hospital training school. While in Mrs. N. A. :Mille' left a' few days Failing to get relief from my family

: State Federation of Women's Clubs I Florida perhaps less than most New Orleans Mrs. Cuyler' was taken ago .for Mobile whfch' : will be her, future physician's treatment I took three of Mince pies. Everything good.SOUTHERN .
: : sick but physician was called and home. ,> Chamberlain's Stomach
which has been in session since states, does not suffer to any great a and Liver I
Tuesday brought into our midst a extent from the' evils of child labor. she was soon relieved. She suffered Quite a part 6t<<: young people met Tablets and the next day I felt likea
a second attack reaching home at the residecce';'of Mrs. Tompkinslast man.-H. C. ,, HOTELEAST
r fmrnber of the brightest women ofthe At the last session of the legislature on : new Bailey, Editor of
') state. Ian effort to such law de- but is now almost entirely recovered.Mr. night ;\.'*tifry pleasant eveningwas the News Cnapin S. ,C:. These tab
I pass a was -
Tuesday evening there was a brilliant featro. The movement came from the and"Mrs. Hudson are the' happy spent lets are for''sale by all druggists. > GARDEN STREET (
.. reception at the Leon Hotel tendered 'southern part of the state where children parents bf a fine son and are receiving Misses Hattie Perkins and Ida Dan
> the visiting clubwomen by the work in the cigar factories. .the congratulations of their iels are spending Sunday in Atmore. Wherever Jackson Square Coffee -
fcostess club, and the spacious lobby I The club have undertakenthe friends.Mr. We are all enjoying the glorious In- has been tried its cup1 quality has
women
f and parlor of the famous old hotel and Mrs. Sheehan are spending dian summer' days. No cloud above, been praised. Leading grocers have '
matter and there is doubt
vas thronged with a distinguished as- that there will now be a strong influence no several days"In Mobile. no care below: It here. ASK your grocer for a free MANY ADS WERE I Home-cooked Thanksgiving -
Mrs. Ruckerlsf sick this week. School No. 79 will have short sample.A 'I
semblage.; The motif of me decora- quite a program
behind the child labor bill that will Dinner at the Southern
; tions was the colors of the local be introduced at the next session of Mr. H. 1... Glover. spent Friday in for Thanksgiving next Wednes- I' CROWDED OUTThe
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of Endowment
meeting the Rank
woman's Club, white and green car. 'the Florida legislature. Foshee. day, beginning?at eight o'clock.: After Hotel. You are invited.space. .
K. of P., will be held Tuesday, Dec. 4,
Vied out in chrysanthemums, smilax Holiday goods are even now arrive this there will be an oldfashioned'spelling '
l I The election of officers for the state at 7 p. m. sharp for the purpose of; Journal: apologizes for having
The little
at the bee. .J
and bamboo. In the breakfast ing commissary.
room federation for the ensuing two years electing officers and considering other'''been compelled to crowd out so many i
,; "where turkey salad olives and people are anticipating glad times at The teachers and supervisor of
d
held Thursday afternoon resulted as business. advertisements from its Sunday issue, As It was several column!
' lealtines were served the decora- i follows: President Mrs. C. W. Ray Christmastide.Mr. school No. 79 extend thanks to the H. HORSLER Presiding but it ,.,"as' Inevitably. The Journal's interesting reading matter was ao:
i 'tions and Mrs. John Millen and Mrs. Lumber
were in orange!; and green the I Inor; first vice-president Mrs. Thomas Alger-SuHivan Company for J. D. GOSS Secretary. large force of men were kept busy i crowded out In future even ;r-
Tillotson of Duluth, Mich. are enjoy. donation of lumber for
the school
federation colors. ,
t[ The reading room i
"
Mitchell Shackleford Tallahassee; Nov 27-7t until the last minute setting up ads caution will be taken to avoid a
.; vas Inhite and and here ing the balmy resinous air of Century. building! also for lights furnished.
green second vice-president Mrs. C. J. Hu- but it was impossible to get them all tltion, and if necessary the nr.nyof \:
[i. from a.splendid cut bowl set inL' They will remain some time. They They most heartily thank the citizens
glass ,
|ber. Tampa; recording secretary' Mrs. Trial of Thaw. up and several columns of ads were pages will be Increased to a o
E wide wreath of smilax punch was J. S. Frederick, Miami; correspondingsecretary have a beautiful winter home here. whose kind hearts prompted them to New York Nov. 26.-The trial of I cleft' out Even, however had it been ;:modate The Journal's advetisr -.

served during the evening. Mrs. M. McXeal, Ormond; Mrs. H. L. Glover spent a few daysin offer their services to make the changein Harry Kendall Thow, the slayer of ,i possible to get them up in type, it Is I I Advertisers are again urged to sec.
t In the parlor Mrs. Thomas Iitch l1k' auditor Mrs. J. L. Wells: delegate to Mobile last week. She returned the interior of the school building. Stanford White, will probably take i doubtful[: if they could have been in their copy early to insure prove:
Bhackieford, president of the Tallahassee general federation Mrs. Kirk Monroe Friday accompanied' by her charm- They will find chairs reserved for place during December or January. ;[!squeezed in on account of the lack off*attention.
k' club stood at the head of the Miami. Ing daughter. Miss Irene who has them at the school entertainments.Mr. .

receiving line. Mrs. Richard F: Mrs. Quackeoboss There. been visiting friends In Mobile. She Rabb of Brewton, was in town --
;"' Adams of Palatka. president of the Perhaps the most interesting of the was the recipient of many social attentions Saturday.Mrs. .

state federation and the visiting club- many Interesting people who have while there. Chandler by mistake took a --. ....
women making up the receivingpar.. been at the capital recently was Mrs. Several of our young gentlemen and dose of carbolic acid. Fortunatelyshe
I, ty. Grace Quackenboss. of New York who ladies went over to the ferry last discovered her mistake while it

Among the well known people present enjoys the rare distinction of being night to see the river saw milL Par was still in her mouth. Beyond severe

were Governor and Mrs. Broward the only woman who holds the posi- ties securing a concession from the burns she is uninjured
lr. and Mrs. have a saw mill on a Mr. W. A. McDavid in town

) A. CL Croom Mrs. B. E. tion of assistant United States district government was .
t 'IcLin. Mrs. W. M. Holloway, Former attorney.: Because of her familiaritywith dredge boat and .are now sawing up Saturday.
Governor Bloxham, Judge B. S. Ldd- all the stray timber on the river. ;
labor conditions the immigrant U.
among .. .
= : .
Mrs. elderly lady of Bluff C 0 '" =
Crary, an
laborers and her. recognized
I who has been ill for several 'r
Springs
fitness and ability as a lawyer she SAGE LEAVES.
,died night Mrs. Crary 1L
Friday
NO COFFEE' has been given charge of all the I years J .

peonage cases in the south. She is
The Doctor.Said. ,
a young woman, scarcely thirty, witha c
Coffee slavery is not much different Soeclal to The JournaL
from alcohol or any other drug. But strong attractive face a slight girl- ABOUT COUGHSSOME Brent, Nov. %#.-We have had a very
ish figure, charming voice and
a manner
many people don't realize that coffee, RELIABLE LOCAL ADVICE. long-winded and dewless week. The<
absolutely without the slightest
contains a poisonous habit forming forecast threatened rain and cold
trace .
of mannishness.Her
"drug-caffeine. "In conducting a large drug business waves, but it was almost hot up to
here obtain
They get into the habit of using from the mission records in the was governor's to office we naturally meet a great many Thursday when the mercury fell to a

coffee and no wonder when some information the people at this season of the year who normal fall temperature. We had twv.
writers for respectable magazines ands seme upon peon suffer from coughs colds and bron- short sprinkles and one light drop cf
age cases' in this state. She is now
papers speak of coffee as "harmless." chial troubles.
attending the federal court In Pensa- rain.Perhaps
{ Of course it doesn't paralyze one in cola and later will be in Jacksonvilleat "As these troubles are easily controlled the inrushing water across
} a short time like alcohol or put one courtA if the right means Is taken to Santa Rosa Island's new canal !las

to sleep like morphine but It slowly lawyer from Jacksonville cure them we want to say to the people contributed to the unusually high tide 4

', acts on the heart kidneys and nerves,,discussing young her, said that he "certainly of Pensacola that we guaranteeour at the Pensacola wharves.R. r cts Gel\t

and soon forms a drug-habit, just the intended to' be present when she cod liver oil preparation, Vinol F. D. on route No. 2 is on the W//I ;
same, and one that is the cause of will cure hanging-on colds stubborn run, but we are not ail in line yet lya
assisted In the trial of the
i many overworked ailments. cases in Jacksonville, for he peonage wanted coughs bronchial and lung troubles Mt. Milton Clopton is building a new r ; { & :, iV:.i /Vets/ pl ( .s'at\ily:
"1 wish to state for the benefit of to see some Chesterfieldan treatmentof quicker than any preparation we have house for Mr. Tucker near the churchat $
r other brent He has a bright prospect of Oy
coffee slaves writes a"t.. ever sold.
e. young lady "What Postum Food Coffee 1 opposing Prominent counsel.Tampaites. "This is because Vinol contains no co'mtl"building, indefinitely. W >?yjv :. I Acts Ber\e-ficially;

has done for me. Two interesting from Tampa oil or grease to clog the system and The hurricane twisted the sugarcane > W, -'. : *_ ;jr

"Up to a year ago I had thought 1,?1 seen at the capital recently men were Hon. upset the stomach yet.it does contain into all patterns of raicbovs, i mYVM :;' '"S&S : v; |icisr truly a s a laxative

could not eat my breakfast if I did :E. R. Gunby and Hon. Peter O. KnightI every one of the fifty odd medicinal but did not wring out the saccharine #iS &r
not have at least 2 cups of coffee and curative elements actually taken from juices within.It -V Wtj *
i do not believe I would be contradicted of and the
Syrup
Figs cultured
1f to the
Is estimated that the Baars appeals
sometimes during the day If very if I to call Mr. Gunby the tresh cods' livers, with tonic iron add- farm -
were
tired I would have another cup. i II most popular republican in the state.It ed. Vinol is not a patent medicine; will pan out over :25,000 gallons of / /f' :: % well-informed and to the healthy, because its

"I was annoyed with Indigestion) was he who was named a member and you know what-you are taking, so syrup. i component parts are and wholesome

heart trouble bad feeling In my head, Governor Broward's personal staff, without reservation we recommend Pensacola's First Daily. & r, ., ; and because it acts without disturbing the
,4 and sleeplessness. Our family doctor'although he declined the honor. Mr Vinol to cure coughs, colds, bronchial When I was going through the -lit. natural functions as it is free from
}. whom I consulted asked me if I drank>Gunby's business here was entirely troubles increase the ,appetite buildup erature at the old homestead in OhioI r4 wholly
coffee., I said I did and could not get 1 professional arguing a case in the supreme the rundown tired and debilitatedand once found a copy of the first daily every objectionable quality or substance. Inc
,. along without It. I court. create strength and renewed vi-f paper published in Pensacola-The ??=w ,. : ; r ,frj the process of manufacturing figs are used, as

"He told me it was the direct cause, Mr. Knight is always an interesting tality for the aged. Echo"-by Geo.', \V. Turton, dated Feb. I: :B they are pleasant to the taste but the medicinal

of my ailments and advised me to',figure wherever he -goes and some- "If Vinol fails to do what we say 15, 1878. 'a virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from
drink Postum. had no faith in It. thing generally happens when he is' we will .refund every dollar paid for I remember it as the "biggest" thingin 7&f 5 5 -
|S3s 5r an excellent combination of known to ;
but first It" W. II. White & Co. town at that time-DiOt It looks likea plants
finally tried it The cup was around but he assured me that his Druggists. $
not boiled long enough and was distasteful -'I visit to Tallahassee had no political Note-While we are sole agents for mere toy paper now. It will makean :;i be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially.

rl and I vowed I would not significance: He was here In consul Vinol in Pensacola-it Is now for sale interesting relic for exhibition in <4 To get its beneficial effects-buy

? drink any"more. tatlon with Attorney General Ellis, at the leading- drug store In nearly the new office)'of The Pensacola Jour. l the genuine-manufactured by the

I "But after a neighbor told me to I who had been called upon by the city every town and city ,in the country. nal.
' cook it Look for the Vinol In I had buried Echo in the bottom ,"
longer I found Postum was|of Tampa to institute quo waranto agency your the
much superior In flavor to my coffee.I proceedings against, the Tampa Eleejtric town. of my trunk, U be resurrected when I F
am no longer nervous my stomach i Company one of the corporations returned to florida-but had never

troubles have ceased my heart Is fine,.i represented by Mr. Knight Mr. Ellis FASTIDIOUS WOMEN found it unti now. FAli SYRVP'x' (

and from 105 Ibs. weight when I began (takes the position that the matter is consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a It seems either paradoxical that
Postum, I now weigh 138 lbs. I{entirely a local one and does not warrant necessity in the hygienic ore 'of the this paper shiuld be unearthed n
give all the credit to Postum as I did the intervention of the state. Although person and for local treatment of thousand mile from the "Land of '

not change my other diet in any way." )lr. Knight has for years been feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing, Flowers." b rAXIsoL
Name given by Postum Co., Battle one of the dominant factors in Flor germicidal, deodorizing and healing For the tim> being I will hold the !tewYoi'kn.Y.

Creek Mich Read the little book. ida politics he speaks rather disgustedly qualities are extraordinary. For sale relic at a hundred dollars-but may ad- Fw ink ty an leading Dtaggiats.U original?acka orly,tearine tie tan
'k-i: a \ "The Road to Wellvffle In pkgs. of the situation? "There Is ab at Druggists. Sample free. Address vance the priCe after: tue opening of came of tie Company. es
f There' a reason." solutely no vital difference between The R.: Paxton Co, Boston Mass. the
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'' 9'... .. .. ,, *' There is real pleasure in chewing the best tobacco grown i p :

i ,.( J .. .....'. I''" '.. STATE ;.FAIR ; "'"_..it": where the. best tobacco grows-in the famous Piedmont *:J : '

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1 :., '. ,,_.. .., b.-. : Fine Exhibits from Wash :state.. Tobacco'' Is;'jalsd* T in' importantcrop. CHEW WHAT YOU KNOWBO.UT'

: ...."-.. -c-;. '.. Walton county Is" one' r the greatest -

: I ,: : h : ington, Walton and Gads- mineral counties in Florida. Only choice selections of this weilniatored and thor.
There is a large showing of such :
den.Counties. products as potatoes. melons, pump- oughly cored tobacco is used inThats making &HNAPPS. .

: kins, etc. Fruits- both fresh and preserved why SCHNAPPS and other of the Reynolds

1 !' 1.I 1.i form ,an important feature of brands, as shown by the Internal Revenue statistics

this display. Fine -sugar cane and for a fiscal yearmade.the wonderful growth ofsix
: THE, PLEAS COLLECTOR, WHICH cane syrup are shown, the Japanese
and imihon of .
variety being especially good. A showing : one-quarter pounds,or a net gain
WON FIRST PRIZE AT DeFUNIAKHAS
; third of the entire increased
: of excellent honey, bordered by one consumption
: GREATEST VARIETY AND the fruit of the locust tree, remindsone -5 of chewing and smoking tobaccos m the y4$
i that this was ;;the food of John Wa dtfri4s United States. I"A
NUMBER OF EXHIBITS FROM the Baptist during his sojourn in the 3
i i wilderness. Although these products ? h1i iP I
I ANY ONE COUNTYWALTONMAKES abound in Walton county, that sectionis

I: GOOD SHOWING. not well a known wilderness to be by one any of means the most, buts \ \ Ini )

:: 2 prosperous and fertile, regions any & : I
.,. where. '
r 2 With no appropriation from the Some very tall cornstalks show the Evidently, chewers cannot resist the

I county commissioners Washington kind they grow in Walton and several flavor and they-cheer SCHNAPPS be. tr

the great, grain-growing cotton-pro- fifteen-foot okra stalks: speak fully as e SCHNAPPS cheers them
cause
! A Thanksgiving Drive. 'j ducing and general agricultural coun- wild loud. and A beautiful cultivated collection decorative of plants both ; than any other chewing tobacco more and 4 $ I

I I ty, enjoys the distinction of havingthe and grasses shoys that this sectionis ) fa- ?fA' ftfrT man that chews SCHNAPPS passes the ,

greatest number and variety of naturally a bes tif4\ one. A specimen good thing along-o e chewer makes other chew 'cf'

! i exhibits in the smallest space of any of the vanilla plant, which grows ,-.- era-until the fact is now established that there 4' '

county represented the agricultural quite well In Wakon county, is shown. .t are many morej chewers and pounds of tobacco A C
: Some excellenffire brick from Mur- ',- chewed, to the population, in those States where _' ok
: If you're going to visit the old home or if the building, which is due to the efforts phy: Brothers.Glndaie<<:: show another '! SCHNAPPS tobacco was first sold than there are in
of C. E. Pleas, who is in charge, and
important industry which is being developed ; 's the States where SCHNAPPS has been
: ; not ret offered
: fid home folks are to visit you, or if you are to grace I who furnished nearly the whole display in progressive Walton. On to the trade. ..- .' '

: a friend's table, here arc the exact things to wear. at his own personal expense.In the whole, Waltcn [county's showingat '
. this exhibit It was the fair is very'creditable indeed P
preparing AND KNOW WHAT YOU 1
;: and speaks well for the resources of .ARE' CHEWING ;
: Suits, $10 to $35.; v- -. i thought best to secure as great a Variety that county and the prosperity and A

! Neck ties 25c to $1.50. .. _-, ,I as possible rather than to makea progress .of her people, who, by their SCHNAPPSislikeacnpoffinejavacoffoesweetened -
: lig display of one or two things, enterprise, are {steadily advancingtheir r "j n-" just enough to bring out its natural,stimulating qualities ,, .
: Fancy Vests $1.25 to $6. thus lepresenticg: more briefly and at section. ---.J j .. .,41? SCHNAPPS pleases aU classes of chewers: the rich, because -1r '
the : _" they do not find a chew that really pleases them better 'I Sfe
the same time much more fully
: I great resources of that county. This THE GADSDEN COUNTY -.' at any price; the poor,because it is more economical than i--J 'jf
i EXHIBIT OF TOBACCO.W. the larger JOc.or 15c.plugs and they get their money's worth 'ur F
exhibit the first prize at the Gulf
won .,,5 n of the real snappy,stimulating flavor so appreciated by tobacco ,1-. ',' .,'. .
22
Coast Fair, DeFuniat Springs )I. Corry, A. L. Wilson and C. lovers. All imitations contain much more sweetening than f U ::..y'
I \TAI1DARDfiOTHIrlGf: ( i first awards and4; seconds. R. Shaw, commissioners from Gads- -. 5r' SCHNAPPS. They are made that way to hide poor tobacco improperly ? :
I There are 17 varieties of hay shownin 2
den county, have succeeded in getting cured. ;;
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bales, 40 varieties loose, 6 varieties. together an excellent' exhibit of tobacco 'If
of pumpkins, 12 varieties of squash. the great crop of that county.It For the man who chews tobacco for tobacco's sake,there is no chew I .

1 THIESEnBUlLDmG' i 39 kinds of corn 123 native woods is a generally] accepted idea like SCHNAPPS. ,

70 natural grasses, 15 varieties of among many people that good tobacco 'Sold at SOc.per pound in Sc. cuts. Strictly lOc. and ISc. plugs.R. "
sugar cane, and 160 varieties of seed cannot be successfully grown in Flor- s .

\... t""."' '''''''''''''''..'.''''''''''.''''''''' Of home-canned and preserved fruits ida, but this exhibit shows conclusively J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY WlnstonaternN.C.
etc., there are 260 kinds in all, 27 -
that it is not only- possible, but Is -
---- kinds of pickles, 26 kinds of jelly, and being done right along in Gadsden ----- \
DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. time may have produced the peculiar 25 kinds of preserves. There arc county, and the'visitor leaves the'

...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS... effect noted. also very large collections of mineral booth fully convinced. ANNUAL THANKSGIVING
A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY, and mounted specimens of Insects.birds The A. L. Wilsot Co., Quincy, grow- TURKEY
$1.00 PER MONTH. Do It now-Order Blue Ribbon animals and fish peculiar to ers and packers, have an exhibit that
Phone 848-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN. Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely pure, that region, which last alone attracta makes a fine showing it is the
Pensacola. Florida. go twice as far and the "Blue Ribbon great deal of attention and fa/oraolo' largest tobacco ekhibit at the fair. HUNT OF OSCEOLA CLUB

L--__ ____ Flavor" is perfection. Ask for the 25c: comment Both filler and wrapper are shown, SHOW. .{ 1T4
size. A number of handsome photographs and also cigars cade from Gadsden

TURTON & BELL. illustrate the beauties and advantagesof county tobacco 'ftlhlch compare very I k
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. PETER PAN PURSESat Washington coorty in a comprehensive favorably to the Tunpa manufactured I
krtiak Supplies. Flnishinj.lor Amateurs. C. V. Thompson's, S. Palafox Sti manner. Notwithstanding! : Havana article in ppearance. Captains Blount and Caldwell POSTMASTERS
The most convenient and safest purse In the Come and the fine
--- -- this county's northerly position! The Wilson Con pany also shows a see
for ladies use-while shopping or on state, a canning factory is a very valuable fine line of canne and bottled Florida Select Members of OF THE SOUTHARE
SPECIAL PRICES IN the streets. asset to the progress of that syrups. turkeys and inspect my

CUT CLASS AND HOLIDAY JEWElRYVI. section, and a number of canned products The Owl Commercial Company Respective Teams.

A. Gahlenbeck 213 S. Palafox! St THANKSGIVING TURKEYS, POUL. are to be seen on exhibition makes a fine display' of tobacco, and TO MEET IN BIRMINGHAM, up-to-date market and -
TRY, EGGS, & ETC. E. M. POOLEY, A large showing of do tbl-3 melons, also fuller's earm and the Wedeles AND POSTMASTER
NORTHUP
WHOLESALE COMMISSION DEAL. cucumbers, squashes and other vegetables '
-- --- -- Tobacco Company'alsp makes a good
COTTRELL, ER, COR. CHASE AND DEVILLIER prove unique and interestingand I showing. Many photographs illustrate RULES ARE ADOPTED AS TO THE WILL BE PRESENT. grocery

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. STREETS. PHONE 1211. is sure to excite 'trriosity. It the growing of the 'tobacco, some of JC
COUNT OF GAME KILLED, AND Postmaster W. H. left last
Pensacola. Fla. seems to hint that Washington county which is shown b <.be, over, six feet Northup J. F. Rhodes
Jackson Square Coffee-a New Orleans soil is doubly productive. A 57- : high. night for Birmingham where he is to ;
HOUR HUNTERS MUST REACH
luxury. For sale by all leading attend the sessions of the '
to postmasters V
-- is shown
--- - pound watermelon prove The annual product'of Gadsden corner Government and '
grocers. 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight of melons in that sec I senators and congressmen from
I HERMAN what kind grow county amounts to $3,000,000. Quincy ,CLUB WITH THEIR GAME.
Dt ALICE W. tins. 25c, 50c and $1.00. tion. A beautiful collection of dried I has one of the most prosperous deposit various southern states. Baylen Streets. : ,
CHIROPODIST. and canned fruits fairly excites a sensation -- The matter to be considered is the .
banks In Florida. ,.most of the
l:1Om!: 331 Brent Building 3d Floor. Home-cooked Thanksgiving of hunger. A big! fins fruitcake money being deposited by farmers. Details of the annual Thanksgiving all-important question of the best Phone 343. :

Ar: scientifically irns, bunions.without Ingrowing pain.nails Manl-removed Dinner at the Southern on exhibition is 'made from the The A. L. Wilson Company shows a hunt of the Osceola dub have been course to pursue to bring about a .

C",:.r j specialty. 24octlm. lome-dried fruits and is equal to the a beautifully decorated calendar, arranged and the captains chosen W. better postal service in the south. -.
Hotel. You are invited. best. It took first prize at the Grit which will be issued January 1. A. Blount Jr., and R C. Caldwell, While in Birmingham the postmasters -
-- - --- GULF CITY 1
COFFEE
CO.
and members of will be :
Coast Fair. A fine display of quinces and quince have selected their teams. As usual congress ,
R. K. WHITE, FAVOR ABOLISHING Large, solid, firm ears of corn jelly is from Judge P. W. White. the hunt will b$ one of the events in the guests of and banqueted by the H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. ,
Mchirjter., Manufacturing: Jeweler and Graduate shown are one of the prIncipal products club circles of the season, and will be Birmingham branch of the National'
C tltlan.: 30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. DEATH PENALTYBy of Washington county and compare followed by a big game'supper. Association of Postoffice Clerks. Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of .

favorably with the northern arti- The teams are as follows: I
----- ---- Associated Press. Attention, K. of P. Fine Coffees HOUR
Paris Nov. 26.-The parliamentary :te. Fifty ears on exhibition weigh r: : LOCKHART.Special : : : Captain Blount's Team.W. The members of Rathbone Lodge

Tersely Told committee to which the matter was 39 pounds. Rice grows freely in A. Blount Jr., captain, J. Camp- No. 30, Knights of Pythias are urgently -t COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALU I.
Washington county, yielding from' 40 bell Jr. T. D. Basis H. .
Avery V
referred by, a,vote of eight to two, reported requested to attend the session GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
for the abolishment of the to 50 bushels per acre. Fine cropsof to The Journal. A. Brosnaham, J. WI. Bullock R. The will be I
Hon Thos. F. West of Milton is oats and wheat are Lockhart Ala. Nov. 26.-About Thursday night. meeting ,
millet, E. L. Daniel Gus Eitzen, T. A.
death penalty and the substitution of rye. of only thirty minutes duration and --- ---- ---- ----
la :i. nt> on a short business visiti also raised. The Washington county twenty-five or thirty of the young Jennings J. P. O'Connor J. C.
life imprisonment. business of importance is to be con I
i mj the business visitors to the farmer often plants Spanish peanuts people of Lockhart participated in a Porter R. S. Quina. J. M. Roberts, J. sidered. A NEW DISCOVERY ,
between his corn and receives a very 'possum hunt the other night which E. J. T. F. M.
t'; :>- sterdaywere \\. W. Harrison THURSDAY NOVEMBER29ISTHEDATE Stillman Whiting 273t J. M. ROPER C. C. For
Torn
and R. C. Fleming of Milton. fine yield. was enjoyed very much by alL They Whiting. J. C. Whiting W. H. Wagner, Sewing Mending or Showing.Garment Did it Ever WlthoW Ha[JO 11 if
OF Tea, the universal beverage, is returned about 11 o'clock but. withoutthe C. H. Simpson, F. F. Robardts, S. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY pen to Your :; ,
Pfoiv.. D. Sears, has returned to grown to a considerable extent in 'coveted prize. Pasco, Jr. Take LAXATIVE BROJIO Quinine Tab- AccidentJy tear your garment. Whaf ''I ; '
"", ''ITart r a short visit to Tampa, THE GRAND THANKS- Washington county, and several sam- Mr. R. M. Radford, of Lockhart, and Capt. Caldwell's Team. lets. Dnmgtets refund money If it is falls did you do? Well, you took a needle and. 'l ;; .;
E. W. GROVE'S .
\':'-rc he witnessed the big state fair. An exhibit of Florida Miss Nobia Atwell of Ala. to cure. signature on tried to sew it together, after which I( ;
GIVING DANCE AT C. K. ples are shown. Opp, were R. C. Caldwell captain A. M. each box. 25c.MAXIMUM was unsatisfactory. The garment was t' .'"
pork, raised on cottonseed .meal married at the bride's home at Opp Jr. S. Bushnell. A. A. f. ..
Ma; *or Chas. H. Bliss who has been Avery, R. ruined and you gave it away. That's the ,
".:'..ai-d to bis home for a week or OF A. HALL. DON'TMISS and shorts. Is good solid meat, perhaps Sunday at 11 o'clock. They will return Brown, S. M. Cross, Buckner Chipley TEMPERATURE 71 result. My MAGIC MENDER mend any t i !
mot. on account of sickness, was at IT. the best seen at the fair. A to Lockhart Monday, where they M. R Clark. F. O. Howe. J.-W. Kehoe, DEGREES, MINIMUM, 62 DEGREESThe can't kind of tell garment they were without ever torn.sewing Package BO you t! t

to o 5 i I' \esterday.A most interesting exhibit is an extensive will reside. Mr. Radford is the stillerat J.v.. Leadley, R. F. Mitchell, W. C. maximum temperature at Pen mailed with full instruction on receipt t'-
New Orleans is celebrated for its one of sea shells, turtle sheels, Lockhart and has many friends McGowan, W. M. Pitt, Irving Post, E. sacola yesterday was 71 degrees at 2 of 15 cents' to ,.j'
pany of Chicago visitors:; composed crabs, etc. Some dolls and baskets here who wish him well.A G. W. B. R. B. Simpson
coffee. Jackson Square is the coffee Quina. Runyan -p. m., while the minimum was 62 M. M. FEINGOLD, 1-
wife Mrs.
01 David Frier and
New Orleans. Try it If not made from the fiber of the dishrag P. K. Tornoe. W. B. Wright, Geo. h .(,
r M i Hlllman. Mrs. B. Kappelman and from .,-nri nrnvp inlniie degrees at 4 a. m. Last year on the P. O. Box 353. Pensacola. Fla.
satisfied will refund its t> Wentworth, W. W. Watson.
grocer '
maximum
your same date the temperaturewas
tii- ml Herman and A. Uphoff .
,
Tbe'Japanese "Kudzoo" vine is now DOCTOR'S TRIALS.He How Game Shall Count. J ;
cost 70 and the minimum 63degrees.
degrees ,
"'j*: -i \ to spend
.t1e city yesterday being introduced into Washington Sometimes Gets Sick Like Other Game killed shall count on: ras follows .
semi 'ij-ai in this city. THANKSGIVING TURKEYS, POULTRY -county. It makes very fine hay, People. viz: r ..

''''rrt. tie Advertiser: H. L. Cov. EGGS, & ETC. E. M. POOLEY, samples of which are shown. The Even doing good to people is hard Turkey .. .. .. .. .. .. ..%00 points. '--' ",
in-iau. ,Pensacola/ was the distin- WHOLESALE COMMISSION DEAL. vine Is so tough that cattle will not work is you have too much of it to Eagle. .. .. .. .. .. ..100 points. IN OLDEN TIMES. .
1 Ktad nest of D. O. Xeel one day ER, COR. CHASE AND DEVILLIER kill it by trampling over it while CO.No Mallard Duck .. .... .... 75 points. People Were Content To Take Things f :
II 'k. :Mr. Covingtbn was aPr STREETS. PHONE 1211. growing. It is ready for pasture by one knows this better than the Edible Duck .. .. .. .. .. 60 points. Easier Than Now.If I ""

-- Ji'-nt citizen of Carrabelle sev- April 1, and ready for cutting by the hard-working, conscientious family Wood Cock .. .. .. .. .. 60 points. our forefathers could behold the ,- ,
Best in the cup, Jackson Square first of :May. The "Kndzoo" plant Is doctor. He has troubles of his own- modem locomotives automobiles and
,
wars ago and has many warm Quail .. .. .. .. i. .. .. 25 points. ;:r't.
Ui is here. Cotiee. The only premium given Is used by the Japanese as a fiber plant. often gets caught in the rain or snow, Fox Squirrel .. .. .. .. .. 25 points. .electric cars, they would hold up their 1.
a guarantee ot its quality. Cotton growing is probably the or loses so much sleep ne sometimes! Chicken Hawk .. .. .. 25 points. :hands in astonishment.The !, :,-t.
Damon Lodge No .13. K. of P, meets J JIII greatest industry Washington coun- gets out of sorts. An overworfce. Sparrow Hawk .. !.. .. .. 15 points. stage-coach was fast enough :

I\! ''inilar- convention to-night withmdidates ty, where it is raised with ease, and Ohio doctor tells his experience: Dove .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15 points. then-people were mofe content to .'I'i.
for work 'I'i
ct! "... in the rank OVERCOATSUGGESTIONS some very fine specimens are on dis. "About three years ago as the result Jack Snipe. .. .. .. .. .. 15 points. take things easy. !
After the
*' initiations. officers play. The manufacture of naval storesis of doing two men's work atterd Cat Squirrel .. .. .. .. .. 10 points. They used to be satisfied with any },
nominated for the coming election also important, the region around jag a large practice and looking after Rabbit .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 points. sort of a hair lotion that came along }l; f.. t

Chipley being the greatest turpentine- the details of another business, my; Robbin .. .. .. .', .. .. 5 points. -If it did not prevent Baldness they
,lusia (Ala.) Xews: Secretary producing section in the" state. health broke down completely and I Lark .. .. .. ., .. .'. .. .. 5 points. thought it was because Baldness could t'1J: J
H' 0'' Pensacola is Andalusia to- "Mexborough Farm, owned by the was little better than a physical Hunters can begin shooting at day not be prevented.It's .
.... "(' comes here in hopes of set- Collier Bros., has an excellent exhibit wreck."I light on Thanksgiving morning. All different now. People know .
UI:. '11,' dispute between the patrons There is one corner clippedoff in the Washington county section. suffered from indigestion and con. game must be killed on Thanksgivingday. that germs cause Baldness and that GermanWorstedThat's.

an" electric light company. The the gladsome spirit of stipation, loss of weight and appetite. Quail to be counted according to Xewbro's Herpicide kills the germ, .
r' '-> ask for a rate of 7% cents for INTERESTING EXHIBIT bloating and pain after meals loss o t law L e, twenty to one man or fortyto thus curing Dandruff and preventing one of the weave* 'lilff:1 tt
c'm >-ia! purposes. There is no Thanksgiving Day if a man FROM WALTON COUNTYOne memory and lack of nerve force- for party. All game to be turned in at Baldness. we show when you e.rDr....

fE:: <1111 on the residence rate which doesn't on a goodlooking of the most interesting county continued mental application."I the Osceola Club before midnight of I For sale by". A. D'Alemberte, Suit rf J
t. : "pnt,. put exhibits at the state fair is that of became: irritable. easIly. angeredand November 29th unless hunters are druggist and apothecary 121 South It's a superb weave-imported t j
\s l overcoat and walk in the Walton county, whose booth In the despondent without cause. The delayed by late trains accidents to Palafox street,or send lOc in stamps to us direct from Germany-and t: .r ris
BartxT, who lives nojthwestrvn.aroia. and to The Herpicide Co., Detroit made with the same skill and
heart's action became irregular boats.In for sample, tjt
of crisp air. ThanksgivingJDay main building is decorated in the fair conveyances or I
p, : near Klondyke, in the colors and is replete with valuable displays weak, with frequent attacks of palpitation :Mich.BOOKS. honest care characteristic of J ;'i'i} L }
110; 'Ih't! i-ouniry, and who some time is a day to re kon with on illustrating the natural we/h during the first hour or two after Time of Peace.In everything which comes from ,'f. i!
"xhihitiHi oft
.
some fine specimen the first months of the Russia- that country. 'J '
:
retiring.
clothes. It be called Walton.
!:"-i' can.which he raised there yes- migh of We guarantee the quality of .t.I f
... "Some Grape-Nuts and cut bananas: Japan war we had a striking exampleof
G. W. Henderson, commissioner deserves '
**',HV i rousht> to The Journal overcoat ay as a sort of cur- great credit for his efforts In came for my liAjch one day and the necessity for preparation and every yard. f
:>u sweet potatoes whicBd pleased particularly with the result -the early advantage of those who so Some men prefer their Evening ,1
a rent sub-title. The who behalf of making Walton county'sshowing me
'*>'- !J.r of 2% man of French Worsted t
Clothes
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pounds, an average of the best and that this I got more satisfaction from it to speak "have shingled their roofsin .: .
I' one ,
<
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f.on JUI" s'ach.. and which were taken fails to show up in the right exhibit is one of the many good ones than from any thing I had eaten for dry weather." The virtue of preparation For centuries the Bible 'has been the some call for unfinished Worsted 0; '\ -
1TOP that yielded 300 bushels further Investigationand has made history and given to Universal "first seller" of books. I am and others demand Crepe 1\
kind to visitor.In months and on
Der \1'!. People who imagine that ,of an overcoat should is easily apparent every GrapeNuts for my; our greatest men. The individualas now selling from my second shipment and Weave Worsted-it's Just! a j.. .. _
I adopted us
1 p:'':lsoil is not productive have| penalize himself by going stuffs,agricultural Walton county products is and complete.feed morning use, and evening meals served well as the nation should be prepared have CAMBRIDGE the following-Text in stock at SOc: : Teachers, matter of taste. The range of 'I'f ''
; 'If shown a few examples of and sprinkle ot for emergency. Are you with and references, printed in India our stock covers every fancy. :
t without his dinner. Our Many varieties of hay are shown, crabgrass usually with cream a any maps t
'no to convince them otherv.-tse.1[ store to successfully combat the I paper at SL60;Reference, with maps Our Dress Garments express
i pea vine, velvet bean and alfalfa. salt or sugar. prepared and illustrations printed on India paperat ,
t 'is the overcoat home. From take? A cold be the acme of tailoring perfection -t'
u Smith of 313 East Romana The latter grows to perfection in "My improvement was rapid and first cold you can **- ,
Utr."! as well as in mtrch more quickly when treat- BAGSTER-Text at 11.40; Reference at3i.8OTeach.rs -their goodness always
presents The Journal office with Walton county yielding six cuttings permanent in weigh't cured
$10 to $35.White. 1
a endurance. In a as it baa been contractedand ; at S2.7S: Teachers, Indexedat leaves a lasting "impression. J ,;
: mental soon
icn of mulberries cut from a.is physical and ed as
every year. 3.W; Text, large type, at $3.50
t'' ';' --. yard. The tree is in full I I A fine display of turpentine and word I am filled with the Joy of livingagahi before it has become settled in I Teachers self-pronouncing at 13.25;; Dress Suits $55 to $95 4.,11i,

':-A: fruit-a remarkablephenome- naval stores products shows. Waltoncounty's and continue the daily use or the system. Chamberlain's Cough Teachers, Ked-Letter edition, e.pro- Tuxedo $45 to $85. / '
for break \st and often Remedy Is famous for its cures of nouncing, at $3.90. .f
; November A great many resources In another direc Grape Nuts I
above
1 All of the are of the very beet .
I ''have leafed out and been & Nix tion. Commercial timber is also for the evening meaLThe colds and It should be kept at hand binding. Morocco leather covers with '
}.
| I( *ith the exception of-this mul. and prosperity.-. Wellville: found in pks., is Invariably all d gfsts. -A P EISON 5 f AHDSIH lit.RICKETT. lit.: :

.'* fruit-a remarkable phenome- As far as agricultural products, suchas saved and handed to some needy patient The celebrated Frencn drip coffee HARRY T. HOWLAND TAILORS.E. : UBulltflna f:
indicated :
: .
rem-
uard to oats wheat rice alag with the ;
account for, but many OUTFITTERS corn cotton andveekblet Jackson Square. No premiums. Sold .. 4J
:un the storm had something tot < of every description Waltonl'oma.tr edY. Name given by Postum Co., its merits. Ask for it at Manager, De Lena Book Store, FRANK B. GAR XER, Mcntge* ,
: i as the shaking of the trees is said,to have the distinction Battle Creek, Mich. "There's a' res- strictly on De Luna St. PhoaeU'L :
'ning of their roots at that Your oaey'* Worth or Your Money kicl. of growing the best wheat In the son." your grocers. jf.fr.f'I


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PAGE FOUR THE: reitOACOLA JOURNAL. : TUESDAY, MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1908.ottfnal .
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ROO in political and' literary,circles. She in running from one \1Qctor-



Ik:f I VJbe Jenjutola .m VOX POPULI. m- 0 EAWOFDRI WiH. the and refinement herself literary as a is'writer a a lady world.great has of lover made much She' is of her culture a literature constant mark leading and in. Have Oneo'urbenyon Cherry Pectoral are not Select sick.deby for tho,coughs Ask but best his consult O and opinion, thCUtaIld colds.hm of m A n Ii rrrD "I I


contributor to of the
f.f "To the Manor Born." periodicals In the many south, and Is the toe It or not, Just is he says.
Editor Pensacola Journal: octor ___ 1 w.
w. a. OSS I'1LbUA J
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY.. I was much gratified in reading H. M HUN T author of three deeply Interesting, C. ftln .. -srpPep..MSaes. Lo.ell'i;
I I f
works: -
t- PUBUSHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY from Saturday's Journal In a sketch of (This Souvenir bears the Imprint of -
I, a witness in the peonage case this expression = --------------- ==

f ...BY... it is from evident you:that"He is be well is a educatedand gentle.manS 1889.Dr.) JIarean will be buried from, I ................... .. .............t........
I
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK to the manor born."* So few of QCLABiographical Grace Episcopal church Sunday afternoon : I

our editors in writing this at 3:30: o'clock Rev. GeorgeH
use expres-
t sioncorrectly: as_ you have. I was ndree Harrison, conducting the sad Shoe
U MAYS, President an' Central Manager raised and educated in England wherewe funeral 'rites. 1 The. New Store I Ii

f- are'taught that manor is an estate I After the seivtces'at the,church the'

; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. whlcS is owned and ruled over by the Sketch of Well body will be taken In charge by the

.... Lord of the Manor, he exercising Masonic fraternity of which organization -
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feudal authority thereto hence tenantsor Known Physician, Form- Dr. Marean was for a long timea i Extends Greetings !
SUBUCRIPTION RATES occupants of the Manor lands are member who will have charge of

.ie'T OneTear... .. ...........$SOO One Month ... .. .. ... .* 45 to the Manor born. The late C. E. the services at Greenwood cemeteryand
81* Months .. .. ... .. .. 2O Week.. .. .. ... .. .. 10 Dyke always wrote the Manor born erly of This City. he will be laid to fest under their i

:: Three Months.. .. .. .. 125 Weekly.Edition per year..$1 CO in the"Floridian." Had you spelled the impressive rituaL To its many friends and! patrons? and wishes I
1"
; word manner, the application would The following gentlemen will be the '
--- : that their show
-- ----- to windows
bIg'
fit not suit for manner from Webster The Ocala Banner of Saturday last pall bearers: Messrs. Charles Bitting- announce I

The, Only' feamacela JVcmrajMjvep Ffom Which a BetaltedCirculation means: mode of action way of effecting contained the following relative to the er Thomas Harris, Stephen Jewett t are :ready and that their stock is complete t tI
;?; Statement Can Be Secured. any habitual style carriage, behavior death of Dr. JWL H. Marean father of Harry Dozier Frank Harris and Spig-
Union-made shoes of all kinds at
f<.' decent and respectful: deportment llrs.i B, 'S.' Bernard and Mrs. R. J. ner Anderson. I i I: living pri- :

r etc & etc. Not nearly as well Owens of this city, and who was form 1 i. ces.. Come in and look around-don't buy :

F :. !E.1IMtaI I..... sa Papers en Sal en Trains to native foreigners who know so well erly a resident of Pensacola: TEACHERS public schools ATTENTION.The throughout the | if don't want to. Shoes arriving daily:
PIa... I After you
4 .IB..I..Dffice1500 the expression usedTRespectfully an illness extending over a county will be suspended on Thursday i iII
andaiatlN.waStends. perlo4 of several w eks Dr. William the 29th. said day to be observed a

f, I WM. H. TRIMMER.I Henry Marean.died J* his residence in day of Thanksgiving. N. B. COOK.Superintendent.. .
r--1 --- --------- --- --- --- -- -- send copies of your paper frequently this,city .Friday' afternoon$ at one II

t, 0.-Offices- -Journal Building-Corner- lntsndnoia and DeLuna Sta.r to England so you will pardonmy o'clock. '. : J i RIERA SHOE CO. j I
r- --- -- --- letter. '-While Dr. Mar 1fl was sick in on PENSACOLIANSRETURN i
his \11e.ra te,F. W. Marean j iI
; PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, MORNING NOVEMBER 27 1906. room son, if
.., o-._..____ Socialism in Germany. lay sick in another and preceded him
Editor Pensacola Journal: to that bourne whence no travelerreturns' HOME I Cor. Palafox and Romana I
J Thursday will be given over ,to New Theatre Rule In last Saturday's Journal you only two days. I Ii'

ootball and turkey. printed a speech made by Judge In their keen ana intense sorrow I
and a Good One. Grosscnp in Kansas City, in which he Mrs. Marean and her-- two daughters Phone 1532 i:
The football enthusiast who wholly The. of says in speaking of the corporationsof Mrs. Bernard and Irs. Owens of T. A. JENNINGS AND W. C. JONES _
the
{ escapes will have something to be tre has manager Mobile thea. Germany: Pensacola, have the fleepest sympathyof ARE BACK FORM A VISIT TO ..,.,.,,........ ........... 4. ..+....,,....4iro
f. thankful for on Thursday evening. put a new rule into effect "Resulting in fact that it is not upon this entire community'

f.: which ought to be a good thing for her corporate industries but upon her Dr. Marean' has Veen a citizen of THE STATE FAIR. !
A Jap recently committed suicide, Mobile treatre-goerg and which wouldbe unjust landed proprietorship alone Ocala, with the exception of a short I fTEAL

t- by leaping into the smoking crater .of: equally gool in Pensacola that the forces of German socialismare I time when he 'resitted at Pensacola: First-Vice President T. A. Jennings Lj

a volcano. This is an improvement 1 We refer to the rule 'which directed." .since 1883 and'walkd in and out before and Secretary W. C. Jones. of the,

t. upon the Japanese hari-kari method I The above statement of the judge is our people leading a blameless I Chamber of Commerce, who spent last,
prevents people who are late or not true. Socialism in Germany or any II life and his' friends'watched his failing week in Tampa viewing the sights at
IF does not anyone'spremises.
1- as it. muss up I' who enter during the progressof other country is the same. Socialism health and: tottering footsteps the state fair, have returned home I PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL

:, an act, ,from taking their knows no country race or creed. i with poignant sorrow. and both are high in their praise of

r Jacksonville was the first Florida I Ii seats before the act is concluded and I Socialism is not an imaginary thing I We subjoin a biographical\ sketch I the entertainment provided by J the VersusPENSACOLA
, that can be one thing in one place ;of his life taken Iron the Biographical[ fair and Its general excellence. ,
the curtain
to and the last to goes down. Such '
i> city greet say goo peopleare i and another thing in another place. I Souvenir of Ihe stases of Georgia and L The gentlemen visited Tampa in order HIGH SCHOOL
bye to the vice-president but' Tampa compelled to stand in the rear of Like capitalism it is the same the i Florida. to obtain ideas of the conduct of ,

c nominated him for president. Tampa the house or to take such vacant .world around. Biographical Sketch. such an attraction BO that if Pensa

I ''. is hard to beat for sensation, cigars, seats as'may be available in that portion The forces of socialism are advancing Wm. Henry Maretn was born March L cola decided to add such a feature THANKSGIVING DAY,

and enthusiasm. of the theatre. on capitalism (I. e., the private 10, 1S36, in Hubbarcfitown, :Mass. His I next year to Its Horse Show they will
overnership of capital used in the production father William Marean was also a have some idea as to how it should be
; J. Ogden Armour has other claims This rule is a good one and is enforced and distribution of any kind native of the same place and a prominent i conducted.Of Palmetto Beach, 3:30: o'clock p. m.

I to greatness than his connection with in many theatres throughoutthe of produce) the world around. I citizen and uerchant of Hub-I their visit the Tampa Times of

country. There is Germany is,no exception bardstown recent date contained the following:
as capital
no good reason ] for mmy years. His
the meat business. It is that
f'.: alleged why people who pay for seats and ists would like to have us believe and mother. Miss, Susac Browning a native -I "Messrs.- .' A. Jennings and W. C. No Tickets Sold at Park. Tickets taken up on
he once slapped Emperor William up have been saying through judges and of Massachusetts and Jones, two of Pensacola's most prominent -
who are In those seats when the curtain a daughterof Cars. Purchase tickets before boarding Cars.
p on the back at Kiel, without gettingin newspapers.The Captain John' Browning of old revolutionary citizens the presence of whom
jail for lese majeste. goes up should be disturbed by forces of socialism are movingon stock, a Distinguished man was announced in the Times after enjoying
late comers and by others who go out capitalism even where there are whose ancestry datps its advent into every feature of the state fair, A<3 m Issioxa. SO: Ots.

r Walton Washington and Gadsden between the acts and are late in re no socialists. ;, America from the,landing of the May. returned to the "deep water city" last

Ij counties had very creditable displays I I turning. A person who pays for a A socialist knows no ,good corporations flower at Plymouth;Rock. night Both were enthusiastic over

; at the state fair in Tampa and it is seat in the theatre is entitled to except co-.operaUousfor and by Dr. Marean was flie,only surviving:I I the fair and will use their influence to DEPOT LOAN '
the see all the people. child of a family of)six children. He have Escambia county represented at OFFICE..
to be that
hoped another other play: uninterrupted
year I and it.s the .GEO. R. SMITH. as educated in:jiis native state and L the great Panama exposition.
t'. counties in this section of the state duty of the' management to see that New ,York, taking a high school and if I I! "Mr. Jennings is one of the leading All kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks,
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will be represented at the Tampa [he"gets* what'be is paying for. Editor Pehsacola The Peonage., Trial. college course.,' In the year 1850 he naval stores men In the state, and is Guns Pistols. ,Highest price paid for old gold. Money
Journal: I''I .I ,
: show. 'i We commend the rule to the management began the study of nedicine under the being spoken of by many as a candidate !
1 I have read The Journal's eport of tuition of for loaned personal We handle all kinds of!
--- I of the his uncle Dr. John governor,to succeed Governor on property.
t Here's one that the Tampa Pensacola opera house the peonages cases on trial in the ing, then a'-celebrated} Brown-I I Broward. Mr.Jones is the able secretary -
both and second-hand. Don't .
and we trust United States ,Pensacola dur- Jewelry, new forget.I
:' Tribune's philosopher handed out to that they will profit by court I Mendon; N. Y. He'e he prepared to I of Pensacola's Chamber of Commerce
I the suggestion.The ing the past week with the deepest enter medical college and graduated and as such has done a great THE WATCHMAKER
k fair visitors the other day: "With a I interest And I btSve that,the final I I ffpmpnt ,
from the New Yor Medical College deal toward developing nis city and t.
UIUIIItiIII9
I I
jog East Street
apple ancient Eve lured Adam second result obtained I Wright
J rosy inning in the peonage by the prosecution, in with high honors in 1855. I. fertile West Florida.

; away. from Eden; with a SS-cahbre game begins this morning. a indictment verdict of will guilty meet as witu charged general in the approbation He then temof d to Arkansas and I I Jackson Square Coffee stands forquality ................t..o................... 4 :
I' Smith & Wesson the modern Eve II began the practice of medicine at
pitches Adam into Paradise. Defeat of. Hearst a of all who'have'kept them- Fort Smith. He remained there until put up in 25c, 50c and $1.00
f selves informed through the columns the breaking out"of the late In I t air tight tins. It pleases others. Why '

:: There will be a Brown'day at. the I Defeat in Name Only. of The :Journal. It is also my recollection 1861. Then he went to :SL Louis war Mo, not try it? I Thanksgiving Furniture
that to The Journal is due ,the I Buy 5
and to'the
state Fair this week in honor of T. J. The Republican yielded earnest entreaties
bosses in credit of first
New York having called public at-
t of his kindred
Land Brown, the president of the state are tention to the state of affairs near whose sympathies were LITTLE GIRL
as-I apparently beginning
to realize
with '
wholly the horth. he entered the
r. sociation. Mr. Brown well that_., mwn. thrhno-Ti. ... 4hAt.. -_<.t,._._ Florala. federal and Not Far Off. \
I ---- -- >>u .nu: "'UIU1U UI;; service, 'was stationed at I Christmas s
t this The courteous and faithful Journal ,
honor and the people of Tampa for governor was elected the "defeat is entitled to the gratitude and full Benton. Barracks'until the close of the PASSES AWAYElizabeth

f'- should leave nothing undone to make of William R. Hearst was a defeatin appreciation of-we. the people ol this war. i i

this the banner day of the fair. name only and that he is still section of our southland. I read the From St. Louis Dr. Marean removedto -
f a Memphis, Te 1n., in 1S66 and con the bright little daughter I Make the I dining room the most attractive me.
power in New York politics.l1ile statements of witnesses before the tinued the practice of medicine with of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Yneistra died i
r. A new floor has just!: been laid on the fight In the Empire State was court as the trial ,progressed, reveal-: eminent success.' In 1874, wishing to I !at the home of her parents Sunday afternoon home-it's usually the living room in most homes, !:
the east portico of the at TalL condition :
capitol ing a of affairs prevailing in at 5 o'clock, and the remains
. lahassee. hardly a contest for the spoils of office the domain of the Jackson Lumber Co. still further perfect his knowledge of | time is there. Get Sideboard :
The secretary of state perhaps the medical science, he went to Europe i were interred in St Michael's ceme- and most of your spent a
. fact remains
that
the repub-- that was enough to make the bloodof

r t easier thought for the he solons would, but make they walking will licans are practically frozen out and honest and true men boll, with in-. tion and placed of the himself renowned under Professor the Instruc John I: .I tery.The little girl who had reached the : Extension Dining Table, China Closet, Chairs. j

r.. find they have a hard road to travel followers of Hearst will get all the it dignation possible and horror.; here in To think beloved that i' Chapman M. D.r M. R. Cc. P., M. B. age of four years, had been ill for several | We have them, beauties, too, at money-saving pri- J
was our
good things when they are C. S., of the London Royal Academy of days, and while her death was
when' they get to Tallahassee in spiteof out. This naturally touches parceled a sore southland nay, here in our immediate Physicians. He returned to his native j not unexpected it was neXttfoeless. a t ces. Sideboards $15 to 65,..Extension Tables $6 to !
the floor. environments JLo
new perpetuate and
prac- very severe blow to the parents. who
i spot with the republican bosses and tice such outrageous conduct upon ignorant land his and family the same to Cairo year, 111. removed"with Here he,have the sympathy of a large circleof $25, China Closets $18 to $75, Chairs $1 to $5. *

Mr. Bryan notes the fact, in a recent republican newspapers and the result and doubtless innocent foreigners gained a large and lucrative ; friends in their bereavement. .
practice 9
Issue of the Commoner that is a general row which bids fair ;who, lured by fair promises of and became famous for his success in .4
I SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK.
good and good have I
wages treatment .
three of the five congresional districts to become more aggressive as the curing chronic diseases amassedproperty I The Ready-To-\\ear Store will have a : .
come south to begin life in the
in which Nicholas weeks pass. new and thought he was comfortably special .sale all this week. Parties
Longworth spoke world of which they ,had read and wishing bargains in nice high-grade MARSTON & QUINA j
settled for ,life in this
during the recent campaign went democratic The Montgomery Journal commenting dreamed in their faraway homes thriving goods vm find it to their advantage to i ,
city. But again the proverb Illustrated visit this fine store this week. Read
and the usual upon the situation, after referringto across the big ocean. And when they I .
republican : "Man and God disposes their ad into-day's paper.
proposes 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149 Pensacola Fla
the find they have been deceived and undertake :
,:: plurality in the other two was reduced assertion cf Boss Odell that ," In this case; and in the year f
: to exercise the'privilege of The best for the money-Jackson :
: Tim Woodruff's management of the 1882 his wife, who had :
considerably. I free men and leave to find themselves heriditary to a strong Square Coffee. Put up in air tight i ...........................o.................. .
There campaign was "assinine goes on to practically slaves, in the "Land of the tendency pulmonary 1, 2 and 4 pound tins. Absolutely
three -
:' are candidates for the complaints developed
say; Free and Home of, the Brave." alarming symptoms -guaranteed to satisfy the most fastidious -- --
> United States Senate in Rhode Island I We only divine what How and of the approach of the taste. ORDER YOUR
ails the repub-- pathetic touching the Insiduous Ii AT THE
and all consumption; and I
: are reputed to be worth over licans by perusing the New York Daily scene revealed by the witness Kemp '
the devoted husband with
I 3ve million dollars. Some of this News, a Tammany paper and that is when he saw 'the y joung 'man in the vision saw a GRAND CHANCELLOR HORSLERTO Fruit Cake and Pound Cake

.,. noney will probably be used in the to say' a 'democratic paper without barn held down by two brutes'with a rendered in treating clear this with disease his that familiarity PAY VISIT TO TAMPA from : IxrIWednesday. ::

lancellation of mortgages and there is affixes the or'suffixes, which seems to let rope tied round his Ji ck. Hear the nothing but a life in an almost tropical Grand ,Chancellor Henry Horsier of

!: jo need of selling votes at a discount News cat tells out the of republicans the meal tub. The poor Ignorant with'and his'Trigntened*brutal young climate would arrest the hand of the this,city, head of the ,Pythians of CHRIS PFEIFFER, 28
that captorsfor
man plead
*In the legislative body of that state. have gained nothing but the governorship they- liberty proposing send to his fell destroyer. Accordingly the doctor Florida,,,is to pay an official visit, to Nov. ,
sacrificed his, bright prospects in Tampa as well as other clUes during
East Hill.
Count foul le Castellane has issued,| while the democrats won ev. own country for money to pay them Cairo, sold his property and removedhis next month, and of his visit to that On Commencing 7.30 P, M,
,
j|erything else including 2,700 apointments for liberty in Free" America. And in
family in 188 to Ocala Fla. city the Tampa Times of 'date '
i challenge to famous : : recent Pound Cake 25 cents per pound.
a New York and it says by way of adding his fright glad to accept the precious PROGRAM.
He invested his means in an says: I Fruit Cake 30 cents -pound.
orange per
lestaurantuer because the latter insult to Injury that while they have priviledge of becoming' slave to the
offered a
i 1.-Grand only, 'III
grove, and became Interested In stock "The visit of Grand Chancellor March for ladles
him a job as head waiter at a beaten Hearst that Hearst will have Jackson Lumber Co.! i I fancy costume.
raising and fruit culture. In this Henry Horsier of PenEacola to Tam
the ,'
patronage; that he will practically My heavens! To" think that such
1: salary of ten thousand dollars a year. have the naming of all these 2.700 outrageous brutality can be successful however, he was not successful and: pa next month is a matter that Is at-' 2.-Grand March for men out/ .H

Considering all the circumstances it appointments. Hearst's associates on ly perpetrated her'in bur midst and soon abandoned the venture manfully tracting the deepest interest of the OPERA HOUSE fancy costume.

: is probable that Boni missed the only the ticket admit that they owe their good and honest law-a iding citizensof pocketed his great pecuniary loss, and Pythians this city. 3.-Grand March of couples'
devoted his time exclusively to the "His visit on the 14th will be made
chance he will ever have to make a election to him and they will not appoint ,our country see and know of it, L TWO I particlFIng. ;
flIGHTS
practice of his chosen;; profession. As the greatest and most ceremonial 4.-Orand March, all skaters
:: decent living without work. any man to office who did not witHout protest. is beyond my comcrehension. had been when In Pythian event in the I .
I vote ever. the case pursuance perhaps history Thanksgiving Matinee
for
5' Hearst did not vote the But. I feel that all intelligent ,
of this, success again perched I of the state. It will be the greatest contest, in CMtume ;
5LU. fart skating
straight ticket But here is the
: The people of the neweountyof' SL inc. News puts it_. :- way ,of true Florida and faithful and Alabama American will citizens Itself upon the doctor's banner and I]I BO, far,as south Florida is concerned I STARTINGTHURSDAY ,

;. Lucie must have very high ideas about 'It can be,put down as a certainty that at least that upright judge rejoice nis reputation as a most skillful and certainly, every ceremonial in connection NOV. 29-, ..-Men's fast skatmj contest; 'in ,III'

the way in which prisoners should be that no man who voted against Hearstat and faithful citizen. Judge Charles eminently successful practitioner {3 with the visit of a grand chancellor RETURN ENGAGEMENT turn.
fully established in the south-the I having been arranged for and the
treated. The last issue the last election will be consideredin of the United
States
of the Swayne
St. ,court
home of his and he had entire far 7.-General Skating.
the adoption a program as as outlined, is
apportioning off of the Jewell
good has the'declsion and vindication of Mr.
Lucie Tribune contains cut of We KellyAND
a fitted
large practice well for one of hig a most magnificent one. All the pomp cottums.
things that result from the election of the law and justice In' this matter before Prize for best lake's
new jail at ,Ft. Pierce and it presents democratic officers. The test of democracy him for a righteous decision and high scholarly attainments _and ex-[t and splendor of the ceremony due to a Prize for best men's costume.

t much handsomer appearance than will be the support of the perience.Dr. grand 'chancellor by subordinate HIS POPULAR skater.
vindication for which all good citizens Prize for fattest lady
many court houses in other counties head of the ticket., and this is right well $ Marean although an indefatigable lodges will be rendered on this occasion
, of the state. One would never take,that it should be so.' This year was ever pray, as as AN yours OLD ruly REB. and closd student keeping pace and the Knights of Pythias of STOCK COMPANY.: Full Brass Band will be in attendee
'the first since '1896 that the with all the progressive strides madeIn the Various lodges in the city are taking !'
democracy -BIG PIn
SPECIALTIES
-
I who part :
:. the,building, for a house of detention had a chance to elect a governor materia medira. is a well preserved a deep Interest in the affair, and Including Ladles the .katln and gentlemen all are earnestly reQues.c4<
or punishment as it has the man, and in his quiet gentlemanly it goes without saying that the attend- i ; costume.
appear- and who fancy
any man helped to put an RENEW: "OSTILEDEMONSTRATIONS to attend In some
ance of a very fashionable residence. obstacle in the way cannot even in way makes hosts of friends and anca on that evening will be the I i Foster' Ball, ahd, Babe, Doris I centSL* tfI
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the wildest imagination be considereda his name is held in high esteem by largest ever seen in Pythian castle --- I General admission!
all who know hall this Thanksgiving Sl, tinee :- 'Uttle skates, 25 cents.
in
A pleasing incident of the peat democrat Lieut-Gov.-Elect Chan him. city. I *
football game In New Haven last ler pretty nearly as much as said this His wife, by whom he has three !:Many visiting Pythians from the I Lord Faantleroy." I- "
living children was before her marriage 'various outside lodges will be Tbank&glTfngilght"Tracy., the
.-' week was the rousing cheers of Yale at a recent dinner and the hearty applause [ presenton Outlaw.." I SCARRITT MORENO
that greeted his remarks Miss Isabelle Shuffleton. of the'Ccasion to do honor to the ,
Hen for Harvard's team and'the seemed to indicate the approval of By Associated Press. Iowa and comes of a family distinguished i grand chancellor and the program of Ladies' admitted' free Thursday night I SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. '
fcrong of visitors who were lined up the democrats assembled." New York Nov. 26Dr. Arthur for its learning and high :the entire evening will be one that under two hundred.usual conditions, limited' to the first I Agent for D.ebold Safe and Lock << "'

.- ta Harvard's side of the field and This is good southern democracyand Judson brown secretary. 'of the Presbyterian -prominence of many of its members i will _prove striking and interesting." Prices-10, 20 'and 30 cent, : Office and Salesroom Canton.: Ohio.20 E. Gov e,.

)Ihese cheers were given before the we like it. We think the' Tammany board of foreign missions, i j, ......oo'J!

:. tame was commenced. Harvard Immediately brand; of democracy comes nearer when shown a dispatch from Canton.
: ,- being the genuine article than any China, relative to the renewal of hostile -
returned the courtesy by along we have seen'in the north. It is ust demonstrations'against' the missionaries -

cheer for Eli's men. Such a like southern democracy-and that is in the LIen Crow district

ipirlt of friendliness and goodwill saying It is just like democracy oughtto said as far as the board i.nows there Plantation

; between the 'two greatest football be. Out with the cry Iet.us harmonize. are no Presbyterian missionaries in

elevens 'in America will do much to ."- You can't harmonize with Lien Chow, other than Chinese con
the crowd that bolts on the slightest verts. He thinks the demonstration
bring the game more Into favor with I I provocation who recognize. no party was directed against the French Catholic -

'! the,American nubile.. ties or obligatons.1 .- missionaries. Eaual to any SI.OO preparation on the market.



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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY -MORNING- NOVEMBER 27, 1006. PAGir FIVE i i' flflecN
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i 'THE'SHOE MEN WITH A REPUTATION : '

: + Woman's Kidney; Troubles -r


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." ". .e1 t PEOPLE AD EVENTS :


:. .. i)'.' .. How many. tailors doyou know e'A i' Lydia E. PinI hats Vegetable Compound is ESpecially ? I

who always make clothes to fit 01 .. Successful in Curing This Fatal
a i
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Just right
I! J BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD.. Disease. ;
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: Scarce? :1
*69. .
Before 3 P. M.
: -- Well, we guess yes! Telephone J'No .iss"
No. 3a After 3 P. M.
1" /' .1 .
Shoemakers are the same way, ;;J
s _. and when we find one who knows :1 r >Fx
: 'y his Job we stick to him. That's why r
I
i this shoe always fits Just so.

: They are rot kid-sleek, glossy and ;

: MEYER mellow. Mr. Williway. The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature VI
.' ',His beaded waistcoat. and his silvery
: SHOE i hat. $
His large-tailed coat and russet pan- .
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s CO. taloons. >

a1.N.NNN........................... ..........tee :Down' the long solitary marble street 'J
- Come twinkling late on Sunday afternoons -'{ i -


-j Twiglike his limbs, the slender bache-\
J.F.DAYIS JEWELERNow
lor; : i ii iif
Now In Loose on him hangs his coat of by-

Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St gone blue; ( ..,,;
He carries from his weedy garden plotA i

=--' bunch of pansies and of feverfew.He ,: -
Jlirs. J.W Lan9 and /Ill-r. 8. FraXee -
form one of the requirements of- life. enters at the ,
cemetery gate ,
"I lean ClothesFNOKE1I86 I' Yours will always be clean if you And Lover's Lane he follows up and ( 1.
send them to down, Of all the disease known with :E. PiaUtaza Vegetable Compound ba4ont -
The New Method Laundry, Past all the sagging weather-eaten which women are afflicted chronic :forme. When I first wrote to yea I bad gut- h' '
fared foe with wbat the doctor cailed)
E. W. LAWREN CE. Prop. Ne..etb.dLauftd"Sldg.. W.RMUASI stones kidney disease is the moat fatal. Intact kidney trouble years and congestion of the female ES ,
AGENTS WANTED. The tombstones of the. founders of ,unless early and correct treatment organs. MybackacheddreadfaQyaUtbetlnM, r( ,
the town. la applied, the weary patient seldom and I suffered w with that bearing-down feeling ; :; t
survives. leoald hardly walk acmr the room. Idid :; t tnotgetanpbettasadeddedtostaQdoctoring

Until he comes out on a hilltop green, r ri Being fully aware of this, Lydia : i
E. Pinkham early iq her career with my physician and take Lydia E. Pinkbarn's -
\ gave
Spreads his coat tails, and seats and ,
exhaosive study to the subject, and in Vegetable Compound I am thankful
n himself beside \ to say it has entirely eared me. I do all
"The Best is What We Sell" One "Lucy Waters Aetat 20 Years" i \ producing her great remedy forwoman's my own work,bar BO more tawVacho) and '
Born in the Bare Town Hollow, I \ illa-Lycli& E. Pinkham'sVegetable all the bad IYtftIto haft disappeared. f. ',
where she died. Compound-was careful to I cannot praise your medicine couP,and '
tee that it contained the correct combination would adriw all women offering with Mdaey : .r
-Sarah N. Cleghorn in the American
of herbs which was sure to con trouble to try it. r
Magazine for .December. trol that fatal disease woman's kidney Mrs J. W. Lang, of CM Third- Avt i
troubles. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable nee, New York, writes:
Second AnniversaryOf Compound is the.only one especially I Dear Mrs.Pintham '
Mr. and Mrs. Roch.Mr. prepared for women, and thou I bare been a great sufferer with kMjwy; + ['
trouble. My back ached all the time and I
sands have been cured of serious kidDe'fderangements
THANKSGIVING and Mrs. Eugene Roch celebrated was diaoooraged. I beard that Lydia E.
the second anniversary of their by Derangements of Pinkham's Vegetable Compound would core
with a card to their 1 the feminine organs quickly affect the kidney disease,aDd began to take it: and it '
marriage party R
kidneys, and when a woman has such baa cured me when everything etoe had failed. 'f,, i
i friends at their home East Govern-
on symptoms as pain or weight in the I have recommended it to Iota of people andthey
ment street Saturday afternoon, the bearin all praise it highly. .
loins, backache, oW11 pains, very a
occasion being also the anniversaryof 1R scalding or burning sensations or deposits Mrs. Pinkham's Standing In* ;
the birth of Mr. Roch. in too 'urine, unusual thirst, Titatlon. .
Euchre was played and at the con swelling of hands and feet, swelling Women suffering from kidney .
clusion of the games delightful re- R under the eyes or sharp pains in thebackrunning trouble or any form of fem&la weak. ,
COMES BUT freshments were served. Mrs. M. L. I '
\ through the groin, the ness,are invited to promptly eommunl- rat '
Roch won the first prize and Mrs. may infer that her kidneys are affected cat with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn,. ; ft
Pat McHugh the second prize. and should lose no time in combatingthe Mass. The present Mrs. Pinkham ia
I disease with Lydia E. Pinkham's the daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pink-
Brilliant ReceptionFor Vegetable Compound, the woman's ham, her assistant Wore her decease, i
remedy for woman's ills. and for tWeDty- ve years since her # ,s ,
Mr. and Mrs. Pasco. \
t
F The following letters show how advice has been freely given to sick !
ONCE A YEAR The last issue of the MontlceJlo \ marvelously successful it ta. women. Out of the great volune of ex 't

(Fla.) News contained the lOllowing, / \ Mrs. Samuel Frake of Prospect perience which she has to draw from
which will be read with interest by 6 Plain, N. J.. writes: it Is more than likely she has the Tery s
the many friends of the young couple Dear Mr*.Pinkham-< knowledge that will help your case. '
referred to:. I cannot thank you enough for what Lydia Her advice is free and always helpful

i;] and always want plenty of In honor of the presence of Samuel Ijdla E Piakham's Vegetable temporal a Woman's Rem for Wooaa's 111>* 4
t we Pasco, Jr., and bride, the hospitablehome
of Hon. Samuel Pasco was
ablaze with social splendor on.Friday J
good things to eat. Here are evening, November 16th. Invitations, 11'w -- BUY___ '
most exquisitely engraved, were sent Crystal Bond Paper at 25c per lb. Butterick Patterns. .
to a host of friends announcing the Prince Henry Fabric Finish Paper at 23c Post Card'Albuml. ,.
for the table coming of the recently wedded couple, per Ib.Chinese. Waterman's Non-Leakable' Pens, '. -I h( : 1 '
some suggestions t and appointing the hours of reception.The WAIST TO ACCOMPA NY BROADCLOTH SUIT. Lantern and Flags. Paper Novels, Tey : ., ,: ,
grounds about the Pasco residencewere Picture Frames, All Kinds. Christy Picture i

illuminated with attractive lightsof I The sketch chows a good model fora ton" order, and was worn over an un- COE'S BOOK STORE 23 SOUTH 8.,JM/Jt PALAFOX*. Pb.e.e STRUT ZS5 :t: i I IaNn' i

I on next Thursday. many colors, and the home, with, its cloth bodicat The trimming was der bodice of accordion plaited crepeto : .
>- .' -rFrench past record of numerous social events contrived of''straight; bands of the match-,The sleeves of the plaited : i
'. : t has never responded more brilliantlyto II crepe were trimmed with bands of s .t
'. the decorative touch of loving hands, cloth braided with narrow soutache_ of braided cloth, and frills of plated lace. I

and the artistic suggestion of loving' the same shade. These bands outlined The yoke was of lace, and had an inner f" ]f
'' hearts. The guests who came to pay !i the square yoke ,and edges a* fold of velvet The buttons used Fine Feathers Make Fine Birds i
Peas ''Mushrooms their respects the'members of the the corsage, which was,on the "skele-I were of cloth and braid.to J
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family and especially to the charmingnew .l
Sugar Corn V... Asparagus addition to the home circle were I When your prescription IS delivered to you > f' ; .
welcomed by the' rare display of Ga; Mrs Tims, of Moultrie Ga.; Mrs. perform a marriage ceremony and labeled in readable r r.J
; Beans. Lobsters neatly good writing .
String wrapped :
Flora's treasures, as well as by the Lloyd S. Smith;* Miss Bessie Smith, on arriving at the scene was in doubtsas i. a
.. :Artichokes Salmon \ cordial inmates of the home. II of Archer Fla.; Mr. John Pasco, of to which side of a stream, that in a secure, tidy way, you at once get the ,
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and vines, and fragrant Bainbridge, Ga.; Mr. Will Dennam, ran near by. his jurisdiction covered. outside "
Flowers impression from the looks of the that .:'
of Thomasville, Ga. Mr. John Den- The
Beets. Shri 'I plants were upon every hand. The ; couple was in a hurry, the Judge Ii
., '. color scheme was yellow and white. horn and wife, of Tallahassee; Hon. wanted the fee and on the middle of the inside is all right. ', ; _
.. The distinguished lineage of the W. B. Lamar, 'member of congress a bridge over the stream the knot '
'.,: .:. young couple made this event one of from the third district and his wife was tied and the obstacle overcome. You can be pretty sure that when we display;, { :;

I. siCranberries "* more than ordinary concern. The called were among to extend the host hearty of friends congratulations. who- -- so much care with the outside, that we take extra :
%... 'Apricots bride is a daughter of Mr. Attilla Mal- : j
Peaches lory, of Pensacola, Ma, a niece of jersonaention precautions to make the inside! all right. We ;i:

pumpkinMince -v>,tf* Hon. Stephen R. Mallory, who was All members a\agnoiia TempleNo. I will send after your prescriptions and send ...: ,4 io

Meat l. Cherries.Plum ;?l United States senator before the days 4, Pythian Sisters, formerly called I Mobile Register: Miss Irene Glover them back to
of secession, and secretary of the Rathbone Sisters are requested to of Century, Fla., who has oeen enjoying you. 1 'l. ,

.. Pudding 1 Pears : navy in the cabinet of the, Southern attend a meeting Nor. 27, Thanksgiving i a pleasant visit to Mobile as the Let fill prescriptions. We have filled 5
Confederacy. She is also a descend night, ati 8 p. In, promptly. A I guest of Miss Genevive McKeon left us your r'i
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.. :Apple. Butter Pineapples ant of the Morenos of Pensacola. A large class twill be initiated, and agrand for home Friday afternoon. over two hundred thousand since we have teen I 1 [
grand-daughter of Senor Moreno who banquet will be given in honorof in business. ;:
represented the Spanish Crown at the candidates. The ladies having this Judge and Mrs. L. J. Reeves returned ;

port of Pensacola before and duringthe in charge are making unusual preparations ) Saturday night from DeFnniak tj'
war between the states. A lovely for this interesting occasion. Springs where they had gone to attend :
CHEESE type of southern womanhood, with the funeral of Mrs A. M. North,
/ sparkling eyes of blue, and tresses There will be Thanksgiving services who was Mrs. Reeves'a sister. W.A. D'AIemberte : !

-; that catch the shimmering tints of the at St. Katharine's church on Thanksgiving : I
\., :Sf: ? 'Swiss. Roquefor'd glory of the dying day. One In questof day at 7 and 10 a. m. The Miss Lizzie Byrd spent a pleasantday i fjt1t
.r true character-the best of her kind church will be appropriately decora- with her parents Sunday in At and f."
/ /" Club House- / -would not pass her by. The groomis ted for the occasion.A more Ala, returning Sunday night, Druggist Apothecary [ -1
accompanied by her sister Miss Mary
Monticello's best products.The
of
one 1
Nenfchtil American son of a distinguished exConfederate Justice of the peace in Santa Byrd. 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109

soldier, whose heroism in prisonwas Rosa county was called on last week :{ j
Mrs. Henry Hosier received' a tele-
only'equaled by his fealty to his i
the deathof
'announcing
gram Sunday
Southland after the close of I
adopted
\ Mr. Louis Marks, who 1
her brother,
Purityj;Coffee. :retle /'s Tea the war. The of son our of state an honored who served representative y 'll B expired at Natchez, Miss., on Satur bile.Mr. Just Received. .JVJ.
ou eSorry and Mrs. Donaldson are the 1m rte Sweet Ofl. Cbeeeea .. '. j
Huyler's Cocoa her well for two terms in the United day.Dr. proud parents of a fine baby girL Dill fccklea, Saner Kraut. Mackerel cS3 '.' !.
States senate. The son of a mother and Mrs. C. E. Bennett are now Miss Florence Flinngim entertaineda rial Bread, ,Me French Feet Spanish Oatona, Pilot 4
Navy Bread Kverrttln f
whose maiden name is inseparably pleasantly domiciled at Mrs. Fon few friends Wednesday evening for fresh sod new. ;-R < i I
connected with the annals of pioneer tames on North Spring street. her brother Mr. Cameron Fillingim, Witch Base!. ILOO per gallon. s't |
Florida, and whose blood is a com Marine t* I
visit t/
who is home on a Grocery Company. 'J t
Fancy Cakes: \ Fruit Caka f .'t{Wafers. mingling of the names that have illustrated PETER PAN PURSESat Mr. Gus Davis is home again after V. J. VIDAL Manaoer. f i I t, ,! ?
*= our state for over' four score C. V..Thompson's, 30 S. Palafox St. spending a day or two at Foshee, Ala, ; ; I II
.crackers't
years along all lines of honorable dis The most convenient and safest purse this week. <, ,
,- tinction. He has cast his lot in the If you fail to examine our for ladies use-while shopping or on The new mill of Mr. C. R. Stanton ; i

.. ., .. western city of our state, and already the streets. Is completed and is mailing now. The I I .
upon the threshold of a splendid stock before making! your whistle sounds cheerful and loud :' t
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young manhood, asserted his right to .. : ,, -.', READY FORDINNER }P ,1 :
Dates Raisins cool mornings.
these
}1. ,
Figs .. v of
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y .. the best socially and professionally.A purchases 3
Oranges Apples X 1! Nuts lawyer, respected and honored by tll BLUFF SPRINGS.I I,I Sells More of ChambwUln' Cough ? t i'ft. ;:,
.... his fellows for the integrity and capability -- =: Remedy than of All Other Put '
PERFUMESWe =: ::: : :=: =: -I'
Grapes Candies he has' demonstrated.' A worthy -I : Together.\ Next Thursday: is i }
son of a land that produces good Bluff Springs. Nov. 26.-Mr. Will Mr. Thos. George a merchant at ;
boys.A I have all the leading Dick 'and Miss Clara Sturdlvant were Mt. Elgin, Ontario, says: "I have had Thanksgiving Day, and t-- It
host of friends responded to the married last Sunday-also Mr. Fred the local agency for Chamberlain's no doubt there will be } '
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invitation, and a stream of old and makes imported and domestic Campbell and Miss Lula McClanuy. Cough Remedy every since it was introduced '; ,
young friends and loved ones passedthe I Mr. and Mrs. Dick were treated to into Canada and I sell as several things needed t :
Ring us up early so we receiving party, from the hours of comprising all the popu- a good "old-time chivaree" Tuesday much of it as I do of all other lines that you have overlook- r ; ;
8 to 11 p. m. Those who stood in line night by a number of the young folks, I have on my shelves put together.Of -fi
with the bride and groom were Hon. lar odors. chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs J. T. Fil- the many dozens sold under guar ed. We can supply t ,1 ;!

can fill your wantsRosenau&Gerelds Samuel Pasco Mr. John Pasco and lingIm. antee. I have not had oat, bottle re- them, fresh and pure- f, 4 i
Mrs. Elizabeth Titus, brother and sister Mrs.Johp Parker and little daughter -turned. I can personally recommendthis J.. ':; t
of the bridegroom. A bevy of I IN BULKThe Gladys, have returned -Atmore, medicine as I have used It myself and promptly, too. .1 t,;

beautiful young ladies ushered the Ala, to spend a few weeks with.rela and given it to my children: and We Thank You i"' r 1
guests from the reception room into tives. always with the best results." For
the refreshment room where delicious good kind by the Miss Edith Jeanette of Pensacola sale by alt druggist For your patronage and i i :.

refreshments were served in courses.In has been.t& guest of Miss nma Davis hope you will everyone : J'
the room adjoining the refrshmentroom ounce. Also package goods. for the past ",eek.. MEETING.
'coffee was served by Mrs. R. E. Toilet Waters Mr. ,R... Lee Williams spent Thursday Regular conclave ofCowu' have a full measure of | .
Sloan and Mrs. R. J. Mays. Cologne, In Mobile. \, /, de Lisa Commanderj pleasure. 4j ;:,

"JI The bride was beautifully attired in Sachet. Powders, etc. Capti- Mr.Lee Gentry is home on a visit -, Numb 1,

pink Panne brocaded'velvel over silk trimmed Irish with lace.pink t surprisinglylow to his parents.- KaghU 7:30 p. m.Templar, Monday at: Sol Cahn & Co
The Fancy ,GrocersPhone pink vating 'odors Mr. and1-Mrs. Joe McKIbben have
Mrs. Samuel Pasco wore a handsome at the Litch- Bablosing
top house, keeping r i
gone
I gown of lavender gauze over lavender prices. Phone 453. field residence The Pure Food Store. I '
silL Mrs. Tams was 'gowned in Candies. Mrs DFrMcDavd.spent! Friday at It.co decree. Sop Seuthwtst Cent**Paleles mi Inlentfeiicia 'mP r t

TPon'sa.cola yellow Philippine gauze over yellow AKentsTJ1it'man' McDavid.JdnRob. I joonlng Sir Knighta Phones I 'T8
rcmrUonely in.lte&HE.NRT ,480
:1 391 silk are
1 'FlHmgim is home again aft W. GIBBS.C. .
: Among the non-resident guests were The Crystal Pharmacy. ter spending several months in Mo- E.&t -
1 ...... Miss Bessie Denham of Bainbridge,
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E' THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, ,NOVEMBER 27 1906.LASSIFIED .
PAGE SIX.

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n i C .ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY I



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t : I t $ n

!t: i LIST OF DESIRABLE I I'f PENSACOLA Safe I PANAMA CITY I


Buys a 5 Room REAL ESTATE


:: I i PROPERTY] FOR SALE I IB Cottage tavestmeet : :

Investment In Pensacola's Real

: i Elute I I. not a case of "nothing FOR SALE. i. FLORIDA !
DeVHIlers St $ 950.00 -
street, near
West Government "
r t One-story dwelling on ventured nothing gained for -
street, near,Romana with lot 40 feet i ;
.t- Z.. One-story front ...dwelling.........on....Spring.......,.........................*.............. aouuuu EAST there Is absolutely no rtok If you Homes and Good Interest- '

;: .. Block of ground. well at $1500 situated annum and containing, If sold at 21 once dwellings.....,..all....new...11,500.00Deslr.ble i :DN JACKSON, buy In the right place.. Instead, It .
: and rented, rent per BETWEEN 11TH AND Is rather a case of Bearing Property. i iI
Improvements, renting
the West end.with,good i'i'NEW
: at $450' per corner annum on .........................,..............!........ woooo S1750.00Uroom5t0I"7 on-60-foot lot.Ea.st DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL
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street near Government propertynow 12TH AVENUES. BETTER
Baylen '
street.
: o Splendid' Investment at $740 on annum.................................... wsoooi Wright
Desirable renting piece of property per on Intendencla stre.et. near Palafox. 6350.00 : HAVE A LOOK AT No Action ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY i

; large corner lot, on the .
attached
upon
I, Store with good dwelling business location ............................ 265000 $550000-For :-l5tor)", 7-room dwelling; .
splendid
i. West End. [T. also 4-room cottage, both modern -I .
Seven desirable l lots on the corner, fronting the bay, near the busir !- No Profit.We conveniences and Includes
ness center '3500.00 S& of block on 9th avenue.$2000.00No. Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing :Mill machinery I
1 desirable. corner of North Baylen street splendid I InvestJ i .

Ten men.lots.on.............................................................. 180000 here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot :

LT jf We can rent or sell a number of houses of 4 rooms upwards, at once, as LESLIE E. BROOKS have some good Investmentsfor 1201 North Davis street lot 2 Wagon Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings *
demand for them. men with money to pay all, with bath, cheap.
< we have a great 60xl2 2 story
.. Vacant lots also handled by us to advantage. : cash or for the men with only a .' i going up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing *

', We Insure property at lowest rates. Real Estate t
small amountMcDAVIDIIYER 2 the city._
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1 $350000-gets the 5 lots and 6-room cot-
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tage on northwest corner Reus *
and Insurance.

}- : HOOTON & WATSON, \if Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox and erty.$4,500.007.room.. Cervantes.this for good Buy renting and prop-improve i GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR


i THE RENTAL AGENTS i :
: CO.
f : 2-story, new house, : Write or SeeTHE :

:: I Real Estate Insurance and Loans, IFOR SALE" York ,East line; also Gadsden close street to bayou.near Lot car .
New
Agents
0x132 feet.,

;,,' I Mo37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. t. 100 Life EAST Insurancs GOVERNMENT Company.ST., I PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY !


.0 *................................................ Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. $1600.00.,- -room, 2-stoT dwelling:, No. 910 I
t .. $85per I North 6th1avenue. ...................................t....... .:

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lot gets ten lots % block of New City
t HELP WANTED. WANTED.Every property. :None better as an investment.
i $ 850.00For 5 houses and 7 lots. fronting
south on West Jackson street,
I I THE DeTTTNTAK HERALD wants a body to have their feet treated $550 rent {2;;. C.W.Li MAR.Prulent.! JOHN PFEIFtE$. AssistantCasto-
,, rrlnter. Good Iy and hght work. and- M.E.CLARK.Vice-Prtsxient and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Anisian; Cssal: ::
Znov1W Do not limp around town looking pale biIflhiiil-oom"cottagesrentli'r:
.. With toes and ingrowing $g,00 per month. This as an investmentwill For Salle
corns on your <
: to nails net over 15 per cent. I 117 East King
.\ 'TED-Frst.-da.ss salesman carry ; $1300.fO-AH of block THE AMERICAN NATIONAL B BANK
. : as side fine or exclusively a complete Bunions on your feet and warts on your :Tract t, 20; lots.
<.tment of Stock. Remedies, each and nose. $1500for I ,
Their reputation Where can you go to find repose? '-
evei 1* established' one guaranteed.la Western and Middle You surely great ease will gain. a pretty six-room home in most desirable A Nice Little Cottage in Good OF PCRSACOLA fLA.
States. Proposition will interest good For Dr. Herman removes them without location in city, on-East. Hill near $1500.00; -Blocks 113 .and 207,' West King
Write pain. car line. Tract. Opera House Building.
rnen. None other need apply. White on
Neighborhood
Frisian Remedy Company. St. Paul. Room 301. Brent Building.
27nov4t DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED
Minn. Ir | STATES.
ANTED-Ever"body to eat Thanksgiving Easy Term .
WANTED Trailer for established dinner at the Southern HoteL Home LS.BREAL &Co. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.003.
house. he1n dollars weekly to start. made mince and pumpkin pies. Every- Co R.YAEQER J
Expense* paid. References. Address thing home cooked. You are invited. E5tALOANS DIRECTORS.
George Q. Ctows. Pensacola. Fla. It. 27nov4

,'t :WANTED-TO find the man who does W.A.'lTED-Every mother In town to 200 Thiesen Building. J have a 5-room)[ and nail AND SUNCE Henry L, Covlngtonr Frank Rellly. F. E. Brawner,

not like CHICLETS. chew CHICLETS. cottage on East :,Hill one 20I-1K p3UlLD'Q J. M. Pfeifter W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamer
Phone 686. Bryan Dunvvody T. F. McGowrin, J. R. Saunders,
JtVAXTED-One wrapper; permanent position. WANTED_ TO RENT-A large house block from the or line, in A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura.W. .
close in. Will lease it
Chance for promotion. Also If terms are de
extra clerks for holidays and Saturday sirable. Address Mrs. A. lit.. Care Journal splendid Has gas A Safe and L CaHlhon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKtnzltOcrtfng
evenings. Address Box 35, City. 25nov3t. : nov MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS Perfectly Alex McCowIn, .' C. Cmlngton, M E. Clark.
and city t 57 feet
ArTEDo. 1 cook for bridge campat ""TED-Young man wants position. as AND FURNITUREMattresses condition.t Investment tltly f ej t Jill tit jftr rent ttJWf, $aLl slid tiX; the year. Frivile aparteea:
South Escambia I salary: $40 Ad- collector. Address B. B., Care Journa27nov2t. front by :p. I will Profitable for
.. dre s J. C. Jiaxwell, Molat Fla. 28nov6t made to order and also renovated in cccnecton! the convenience of customers.
: new ticks furnished. New and I sell for $ and the
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. WANTED-Two furnished rooms and I second-hand furniture, modern or antique Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Tne well knovn :Moler system of colleges kitchen connected. by young couple bought Co.. 114 and East sold. Belmont Davis Manufacturing balance at $25 per month, for .
located In 22 leading cities, offer ,without children. References exchanged. street.
steady I practice careful instructions G. M., Care Journal.25nov3t. Phone 771. 24no I $1200. This is ,certainly a --

tools completes., diplomas Money and positions.earned from Few weeks start. I WANTED EVERBODY to have their PHOTOGRAPHS-Norman Gloss and I bargain, and it iydur chance If you have any idle money place \It\ : -----)
Write for catalogue. :Moler Barber Col. feet treated and do not limp around Satin postcards. Factory to photographers -, : with us where it will earn you a good
town JS thousand, {1.20 gross prepaid to home You dividend, three months.
lege. New Orleans La. 24nov6t looking pale with corns on your buy cheap. payable every
toes and Two dozen with developer 25c. Norman I
ingrowing bunions
nails on your Phcto Paper Co., Rochester, N. Y. I build the house for
WANTED once. man or boy cook in feet and warts on your nose where can cannot
boarding house for 12 to 14 boarders. you go; to find repose? You surely greaease 20nov7t Your money is as safe with us as if deposited -
Apply at once to Mrs JL L. Byrd. Pax- will gain, for Dr.' Herman removes \ the money, and. I would not in the Bank of England. We I
ton. Fla. 24noYlm them without pain. Room 301 Brent MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers have been in the Money Lending businessfor Level Headed Men
building. 5novlw on .hand' Orders. taken- for specialoccasions. sell it for a cent less for cash. over 25: years. and have never lost a
Phone 28:! linovlmWAGON
dollar of clients'
WANTtD-Good hones girl. Apply 229 Investment our money.
North Spring street. %%nov.W.u.'TED WANTED AT ONCE-Second-hand bicy An -In the .
AND CARRIAGE
SHOP
cle. Must be in good condition and now in our new quarters, 214 Ware E. II West King Tract in fine \ -:- -
AT OCE-A good cook at cheap. Address L. JL. Care JournaL a \

IS East Wright; street. 20nov 23novlw and Intendencla.prepared entrance to,da everything also atjtli In Romana wagon !, renting neighborhood I have remain W fceer idle."''allow-- \\e oir lleritsJ Interest'on money'all to Realize the importance of a bank"account.; .'It

:WANTED unite party. or parties to NURSE WANTS POSITION with a doc and L. Herring carriage, Phone building 923, and City.repairing.14oct.E. I two houses for money placed in our pay hands from the date is indispensible in the conduct of business*
mix a boardinghouse for ten or twelve tor. Call or address 302 :North hprin i renting $96 of its receipt up to thedate, of Its withdrawaL -
saw mill laborers near Century. House street. %::marl w. MATTRESSES RENOVATED-NSW I it affords absolute safety for your funds and :
free and goods at wholesale. Address; tick per year. The\ !houses are in ,
If desired. Guaranteed.
furnished
B.. Century. Fla. 16nov2w WANTED. -Position at once as woodsman pet taken up and matting laid. Leave Car first-class condition and good is of inestimable value in the payment of
by a thorough,
competent turpentine -
orders at \\Watson Parker, Reese Co.'s.
woodsman. Can manage any size Wesley Duncan. i 7sep renters. Will :sell, for-$650.,-: First mortgages on real estate in this bills by check at home and outside the city,
BOARD AND ROOMS. place! and can bring with me some hands. city bought and sold.f
Address Woodsman Care The- Journal. J. H. PORTER, sallmaker, 715 South List your property with Collection of rents is our specialty. and payment and transfer of moneys cost-
I 20nov Monthly statements rendered our land-
street. Orders taken .
Palafox for tents, :
NICELY: FURVISHED ROOMS for rent. II ATEDme one of means who will awnings, camp stools and house cots, me for sale. lords. ing you nothing whatever, while on the

with or without board. Table board. care for and educate bright boy. 14 etc. Prices reasonable. 81jai other hand the checks given by othersare
you
Phone gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. i years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle O-vting i
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27nov Mrs. "-m. Fisher, President. l8nov collected without
& Co. wholesale and retail ship crand i expense to you.Don't .
lers and grocers. Only first-class nous Real Estate
ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms. W.A."I.--rED-Position as stenographer or of kind in city. Fair prices. to alL J.! W. Bullock Jr.Real Fisher Agency
suitable for light housekeeping. Use assistant bookkeeper general office be without, a Checking Account.
of phone and bath. Apply 822:: East work. by young lady of experience. Ad- MiLTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-WU-
Gadsden. or Phone 897. : nov dress B. C.. Care JournaL novlSlt lie :Mims. Proprietor. Furniture repairing Estate and Loans COLLECTION OF RENTS A
of all Mortgage
kinds.
I carpets laid furniture -
packed for shipping. Phone $3 Room 302 Brent Building. SPECIALTY..
WANTED-Five hundred to attend
FOR RENT-Kicaly furnished room in I I couples -
good location. Young couple preferred. the grand Thanksgiving ball on Next to Tampa landing. 22apr t Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St.
apply 815 East Gadsden. 23novlw Thursday November 2 9, at C. K. of A. Phone 637 1
hail Barros' orchestra. igno IL ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet 1j FIRST NATIONAL! BANK(
Iron Worker: cornice 'Work and sky- I /
FOR RENT-Two. connecting rooms, suit- lights a specialty; roofing guttering and
abt for light housekeeping. Apply YOUNG LADY stenographer wishes posi- repairing. 109 East Government, opera: FOR SALE.FOR .
phone 1225. 2Unov\ Florida tion In or Pensacola South Alabama.or anywhere References.in 'Wes house building. Phone S60. Residence. FOR SALE. OF PENSACOLA FLA.

, Address M. E. C., Care JournaL 17no phone 131LMONEY t SALE-House and lot at 1013 East
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- :: FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 FOR SALE-A fine JerseW three-gallon Jackson street, J1600 Apply to G. A.
West Gregory street_ISnovlm CONKEY'S ('elebrated'Roup Cure Chol- cow; third calf in a few days. Apply Dohlstrom. 1013 East Jackson' street. or Designated Depositary of the United States.W. .
era cure; lice and mite Killer as well TO LOAN. 221 West. Jackson St. 25novlt: 818 South Palafox. 27novlm
FOR REJTF-Two furnished front rooms ,
as an unexcelled Egg Producer. All
for rent. suitable for light housekeeping. guaranteed and a splendid fade of FOR SALE-Fine six-rooms cottage on FOR SALE-One gelding horse. Apply H. Knowles President W. k. Hyer, Jr., Vice-President and Cashier.
l>e of phone and bath. Phone wheat that will make your fowls lav. F. UNLIMITED amount money to loan on East Hill, fine neighborhood high and 1313, West Jackson street. Andrew Thos. W. Brent, Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier.
898; 810 East Oadsdea. llnovlm S. Mellen & Co., Pensacola, Fla. Phone all kinds personal property, on short dry. House on two corner lots. Trees in Mcllwain l Pensacola. 27no-v3t I DIrectors-F.C. Brent W.A. Blount, W. H. Knowles, W. K. Hyer.Jr.,
334. 7n0v notice. Terms easy Get my rates before yard. All modern conveniences. House
sO.1 D.
going elsewhere. Star Loan Co.. 1161* new. Will sell cheap or exchange for FOR SALE-Small Iron safe. Price G. Brent.

FOR southern RE.'fT-l'teaaant exposure. second furnished floor Corner room. I WANTED-Position as saw filer or superintendent South Palafox. 4novlm property near in town. Address Mrs A. Fisher Furniture House 138-140 East i. -, --____s-4 _
Care JournaL. % nov Intendencla street. 23nov "'i''''''''
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50.
or mill
10th venve; and 12th street near East foreman by a
competent man. References furnished. $5000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa- _
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Hill line. llnov 1
ear FOR SALE-Strawberry plants. Bermuda FOR SALE CHEP-Second-hand. bug- -- --
f i Address J. w. Lasseter Andalusia. Ala. cola Investment Company. 30oc -
6novlm i grass for lawns and California gies and wagons! If you want a bar- City of Pensacola
: ROOMS FOR RENT-Nicely furnished I MONEY LOANED on real estate. and prints for-hedging, by Thos. McMillan, gain in.a. second-hand wheel of any description Improvement Bonds.
f-onttOQm: in quiet neighborhood. Apply WANTED-To rent, a house on North personal property on short notice. Brent Fla. 2 >>ov call or write W. E. Taj'lor. Chip- Denomination' '1000.00 each. Dated January lit 1906.
,202 East Chupcn sfteeu Hnov2w Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for Terms easy. J. W. Bullard 28% South Icy :Fla. 23novlm 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1st. 1926. Interest Maturing January *
1 I one year from date of December 1. Address Palafox 6*. Phone 1144. II FOR S4.LE-A fine tract of land near WE OFFER, FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT Payable Seml.Annually.TO PRIOR SALE
L Pensacola Investment Co. 3nov2t city. Part heavily timbered part FOR SALE OR TRADE Seven H. P. IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT
FOR IUt."fT-Rooms with or without I CAN LEND TOUR MONEY at eight cleared. Call phone 285; or address 1102 wood mill; complete order. Will cut PURCHASER.-
,- board. Men only. Apply 17 West La- i I WANim -All kinds beer bottles. I pay per cent. If you have any that you East Gadsden. ISnovlm twenty cords of wood per day; terms to
Rua St. "novlm I 16c 0zen. I hanolfc all trading brands want Interest on. see me about it. It I right party. or will trade for stock or The Peoples Bank of Pensacola
I I Of wire.4 beers ana whiskies, and aWl will be absolutely safe on real estate PANAMA CANAL EDITION' (.f The other property. Address J. A. Donaeon.1 ,
'IWO :NICELY furnished rooms for rent. I manufacture that well-established corg security. Leslie.E. Brooks. Phone 462.MONET Journal magnificently illustrated DeFuniak Springs. Fl u 23nov2w
(: with e2 without board; privilege of bath medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragtu magazine, containing scores o" views of Pensacola Fla.
and phone: convenieat to car line. Address and Government Sts. Hoc TO LOAN Everybody borrows the city and harbor. For sale -t all FOR SALE-One fine wall Case 2:; feet
t t 12C: East Gadsd n street. 27octlmo money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14% book stores or at The Journal olfice By long 8 feet high, with ribbon case 10
.WANTED-At once, a four or five-room E. Government St. When' in need call mail 20 cents. ilst,t feet long separate. Mill make fine display
't THREK UNFURNISHED ROOMS suit- cottage. Must be close in and in good on us.MONET. case for any kind of merchandise.
.able fir light housekeeping with privilege neighborhood. Address 123. Care tour FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timberland Apply. to E. L. Reese. 17 North Palafox. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
;! of bath. Apply ::::Z West Belmont.28oct. uaJ. :25sepTAILORINGS LOANED on all kinds of p rsonal 12,500 saw mill timber and sawmill 20novlm
1 property on short notice. Terms 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several
-B. L. Dlamon& Tailor. easy J. B. Gray & Ox. 2 W. Romana. good farms and town properties. FOR SALE-Light, fine healthy country- PENSACOLAA
t furnished Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and repaired Phone 1165. Ife Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chlpiey. Fla.. raised turkeys, worth $..50, but let goat i
Newly tront
JOR RDNT- roomin on short notice. No. 11H Wes :!sept $1.85 each. Apply to Nettie General '
Olh'er'l Banking Business Conducted '
private famIly. southern exposure. Government St.. Pensacola. Fla. UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon Molino Fla. on a Safe and Conservative
::r desirable neighborhood and near business all kinds of personal property. Sprial .- FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half blockin 17novw.1 Basis.
renter. Use of bath, gas ami phone. WANTED R. Bingham wants your rates to business men on large New City, near-Bay- View park; will FOR SALE-8 room house, good location i
Apply to 42S West Gregory or phone 13a8. moving and hauling. He guaranteesall loans. The New York Loan Co.. 20n, exchange for cottage or sell .cheap U best water in the city. A bargain. Apply -' Correspondence SoIIcited--R. M.
l&oetlmTARNISHED breakage. Phone 630. South Palafox. taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley, 1308 E. 9th avenue and 16th street. ISnovlm Bushnell. Cashier.
-t, Jlnovlm
Strong.
for rent.
ROOM Apply 301
A.\TED-The Merchants Transfer Co. FOR SALE-Ill acres excellent pineapple
\v. Chase street. 21oct wants your nw vins and hauling. All and land on Jupiter river I
Business Opportunities.NEW FOR \LE-I25 00 cash for Renungtoi orange ; excellent .
t breakage gu",:-. nteed. T. B. Thorson. Typewriter in first-class writing order: market; close to railroad; three FOR SALE.
Proprietor. Phono$T8.TANTEDAll COLORED LODGE.
reason for selling. have no use for same miles from ocean, some improvements; I
ORLEANS BUSINESS OPPOR-' healthy locality. Address J. E.
PERSONAL. here. Address "B Care Journal Beneflsld
kinds of electrical work. 'TIES-S175 buys % interest pay Zlnovlm Aycock Fla. 8nov I FOR SALE and Immediate delivery
I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand ing restaurant. $300 good oyster saloon automatic tandem, one
i_ ; PROMINENT AUTHOR says that other electrical supplies. When you I and restaurant. $500 grocery, wood ancoaL FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furni- I crank steam engine of compound about 150 horse-center I. O. S & D. of St. L.
i ..CHICLKTs are wonderful lumps of de- I need me ring IJ or 955. E. W. Peake Bargain. $500, restaurant furnished engine. steam drying room. moulds, ture business at 138 East Intendenclastreet. power, and two return tubular boners 7J Howard Council No 1 and Bethlehem
; isht-so they are. New_Star Laundry Bldg E. Garden. rooms rare chance. $500' notion store, and everything complete" for carrying on Address Box 325, City. 8nov I II Inches diameter by 15 feet long. For full Council No. 2, Independent Ord-r
chance to expand. $1200 saloon theatre I particulars apply Stone
finest bed of &
the Webster
WANTED-Second-hand sacks of an descriptions $2200, fine business, together with Eng. of Sons of St Lu'-: ,
district. rare chance. grocerybar Box and Daughters
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Located FOR SALE Six-ton Corporation 830
.Y- pottery clay in Escambla county. schooner 36 feet Pensacola 14nov
U of
wanted. out town. ,
ship monthly receipts $700. $ SOO. splendid right in the city. Apply to or address over all. 11 feet beam, round bottom meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday mg*.
them to us: if in town. ring us up at No"
; LOST. 13'or: bring them to us at corner of grocery bar,Louisiana monthly receipts Business$1000.Co... R. P. Reese. Ifiaeptf copper fastened tight and In good condition of each month at their hall on Tar+
get particulars. .
with sail and
good A
Chase and Alcantl Sts. F. S. Mellen & gear. bargain.King HOTELS.BROWN between Intendencla and R'
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New Orleans.
and & gona
FOR SALE-Large furniture wagon Runyan. 4nov .
to sell CHICLETS Co. JUiyI ;
LOST-An opportunity harness in good condition. Fisher Fur-. mana streets. D. Howard F. C i ,
by a candy store that sold out. TELLOW PINE SAWMILL IN SOUTH niture house 138 and 140 East Intendencia -I FOR SALE OR LEASE-C-room and hall Rev. C. H. Jones Secy. No. 1 Fra: :
ALABAMA $10,000 buys plant payingnet
LOST-Female setter puppy about 8 $1200 monthly.- 18000. Alabama street. 9nov Corner cottage 14th with avenue outbuildings and 15th street.attached.Write HOUSE-DeFuniax SrrtnQ., Scott. F. C. H. Stella Dawson, Se- '

r months old. Came home Saturday and I FOR RENT. Lime Works easy terms. Particulars; FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen J. M. S., Care Journal, or apply JI3 East free Good bath beds.and airy rooms elegant Meals: No. 2 novlO-lir i
left again Sunday. Reward for return to Louisiana Business Co.. New Orleans. & Sons' piano in handsome roscwoc Romana street. 4nov attention to sample rooms. Special
W. A. B.ount. Jr. 27novlw I traveling men. Rates $:.00
HilL Desirable neighborhood. High MONEYMAKING SALOON. WATER- by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. lost FOR SALE .AT A BARGAIN-25.000 ,
1OST-Lock from watch fob. engraved and dry. One block and half from PROOF. LA. Will take stock. Rare brick one 35-horse: power engine, 100 THANKSGIVING TURKEYS. POl.L
car
W. C. M. Reward for return to 29! E. line. All modern conveniences. Address chance! Bonanza! Particulars. Louisiana I.. FOR SALE-One wen-trained thorough- feet 1-inch pipe. This engine Jus- the TRY, EGGS, & ETC. E. M. POOLED
Garden street or 12 East Gadsden J. W. Coons at Pensacola. Investment I Business Co., New Orleans La. 'I bred English Pointer. Good pedigree. thing for a small saw mill. Address Box SOUTHERN Open all the DEALER
( etreet 20nov i:1 Co. 25no Apply N. B. M-, Century, Fla. Zlnovlw 103, Pensacola, Fla. 31octlm year. American and European plan. WHOLESALE COMMISSION -
I I. Special summer rates. First-clas In t COR. CHASE AND DEVILL.
:FOR RENT-Two nice doable stores on FOR SALE-Driving mare, 4 years old. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed every respect, Pleasant and coaven- 'STREETS. PHONE 1211.
East Intendencia street between Pala FOR ADOPTION.FOR gentle good traveler.. Any lady can Pointer Puppies. J10 and $15. Signed lent. Mrs. T. L. Bowen ProP., I'ensa.
FOUND. fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the FisherHeal drive her. C.. B. Taeger. 200 Thiesen Bagdad Kennels. Bagdad Fla. llnovlm cola. Fin Uapr
Est4b Agency.pRE'.rrA. j%no ADOPTION-One orphan boy. 7 building. CNov
t PTRAY Cow and Calf brindle. with white years old. and one orphan baby boy 5 FOR SALE-Half-Interest In one of the The quality of Jackson Sq.>*r<
face: marks cropand' split in right ear: R. Bingham has storage month old. Will be given for adoption to FOR SALE-Forty acres land well Urn best furniture houses in South Alabama. BAT HOTEL-Open night and --day European Coffee Is guaranteed. If it does nit
owner may hate same by: pacing for this room for rent suitable for funiitur responsible parties. For particulars apply bered. good house m miles east of Reason for selling to devote more time plan. Rooms light and clean. satisfaction your
t. ad. 626 East Gregory street. C. R. Olsen or other goods. 194 and 106 South Tar- Pearl Eagan Home,_or .Mrs. Wm. Olive. Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. p. o to other interests. Call on or address W. Transient trade solicited. S75-S79 South give you perfect
.- 1 &no1m raeona street Phone 628. Fisher. President Wnov Box 164<<, City. Snoviniftf I Sheppard. Florala, Alal1Dovlm Palatox._ Jos. S. Nicolau.. Prop. grocer will refund its cost.t' .

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\whiske/j PROFESSION

NAVAL STORES. Walker Last i/'ielectcd { and
savannah Ga.. Nov. 26.-The naval Mr. Julian NightIt grains perfect ,
f stores market closed t4)-day. follows: was a cultured and highly appreciative ?
apleasure.profit \_W .....t............;...i.. ........725 audience that greeted Mr.Julian S fermentation makeS w. B. BARTON,
................................$71 not all "smooth and his assistants in their
Walker
toscI/, N ...................................6 Z5 was sailing"Jack the Attorney At Law.Office :,
11 recital at opera house last
.. song
I K..:::::::::::...:::::::::::::::::::::.440 5 5 60 10 did some "tall figuring" before night that the and audience it is not was too charmed much to and say S States WIll practice*Courts.- Fisher in Twenty-three Bunding.all the state-arid alafox years'raited street.experience. t. '

H ..........................410to425 he could see his way clear to succeed. .
to buy G ...........................390 to 3 95 fascinated throughout the entire enteitainment Old'uaker -
F.............................3 85 to 3 80 /
; N ............................3sotozsO Vulcanite roofing Mr. Walker Is the possessor of a ( T. G. YATES. M. D., : ..: I

always a satisfied customer C ::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::.3.390 1i5 perfect basso and voice he,has cultivated full round to a I I Optician. :
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Spirits Turpentine 66'% cents. jack came (o the rescue high degree -1
when he buys "old j joe. al- it does when ed tone, a range, and, absolute control!
83 always
Pensacola Cotton Market that is all as exceptional as it is 306 Thiesen Bui1di 1g. ;, 4
. ways a satisfaction when he The following Pensacola cotton Quotations boulC its merits are known pleasing. I' 't h
are furnished by S. P. O'Conor &. Twenty year* experience aa an Eye -
so. of couise. Jack's thirteen of his Specialist. Examination ., i
Co. **. cottonGood bro cn!. r naacula. He ang program free. 4
drinks it. it's so fine and F"i; middling ..... .... 6 OOOOOOO C OOOIO 6 OOS&5&9000 ,
< .9..1 The first :encore came when I
and old. Strict middlmg ............,......... : K-
pure Middling .....,'.......................i O '' use Vulcanite he sang "Die Beiden Grenadiere by H L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph. M. .
Mrict low middling ................. 9 you Schumann, and so pleased were his "Rye
Low middling ........................ .fr the cheapest good! auditors that he was compelled to Homeopathic. S -f

fail! measure-convenient package roofing ever made. come oack, and his response "I Long I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
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For sale right here For You." by Hawley, pleased them Office and Residence, 12 N. Palafex. c ,.

moderate price-sold everywhere 5 still more. When he had renderedthe Hours9to11a.m.,1to5pm. ::-: -

REAl[ ESTATE E in town now by last number on his program a Pure ,and stimulating. Least S Phone 66. C

Scotch War Ballad by Cowen the audIence OOOIIOOOOOOOOOO IOOqooooo C:
A. M. Avery Hardware Co. '
again insisted on a return and reactive eftect due to its Frederick Ausfsid.S.. M. Jlount. '
"b & b" atlantaReas to their generous encore he responded AUSFIELD & BLOUNT L :

by singing Tracy's "Over the Mountain -
TRANSFERS Florida and Alabama of Sorrow" a beautiful piece for perfect aging. Architects r ''

which he played his own accompani 312-314 Brent Bid3.. 43 Moses BI Pensac la. Fla. Montgomery, Ala.

LAND COMPANYManufacturers ment.:Mr. Walker was assisted by Mr.' Worth your while to get ;! WM. A. BORMANS ,' S

of Henri Wehrmann, violinist who played ( ,
Following is a 'list of the real estate and Dealers In four numbers and responded to two it. S Architect and Superintendent

transfers recorded Saturday: furnished by SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES encores. He won his audience from Phone-16, Lewis Bear & Co., i 1 305 Brent BulWlno, '
LUMBER. Phoneoh.
the Pensacola Abstract DEEDS.Co.: AND KILN.DRIED SAP. the first strains which came from his J 404-408 Falafax St. and 2-10 MaIn St., PenucoU. F..... ", -
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Persacola Development and Cons. Co. violin and when he had finished play Pensacola, Fla. 2 il
Why to Jno M Coxwell-Lot 8. block 63, and ing the "Serenade" by Franz Drdia

lot 10. block 93, Beach Haven Tract-J70Pensaoola so captivated were his hearers that, 1 SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA : j
P.o..t Development and Cons Co. ,
to A. M. BrownLot 22: block 37. I after a moment of silent rapture- .
You can read a man's Beach Haven Tracl_ the of his bow LODGE. NO. 3. .--
JS OO mute tribute to genius Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin Pensacola Lodge J o. 3, K. of P. -
character by the collarhe Pensacola. Development and Cons. Co. S "urCURCII -they burst forth In spontaneous encore meets every Monday evening at 780 ( -, -
to Ford Butler-Lot 23. block 11X
:STILt o'clock at their temporary Castle Ball .
he with "Romanza
and responded -
Beach Haven Tract-$33: W over Pou's stable. Wwt latendencla St. :
wearsIs Pensacola Development and Cons. Co. TURPf 1J. ," one of his own compositions. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.E. .- ;
to E. G. Baker-Lot 4. block 91, .; : The accompaniments were playedby 5-- ------ -5I. H. DEKXAKD. C. C.
yours a Beach Haven Tract-$35.00Pensaco'a Mr. Ferdinand Dunkley, whose per H. EORSLER K. of R. & S. ,

to D. II! Findlay-Lot Development and 15, Cons.block. Co.&:>. fect technique, delicacy of touch and ................................................ 'I'

LION BRAND Beach Haven, Tract .00. which is DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. ;; S
-J35 sympathetic expression so No.
Naomi Lodge 10 Daughters of t" .
Pensacola Development and Cons. Co. essential in aigood added .II.IIi JoDday, of
accompanist, i'
Rebecca meets night at
15 Cents Each At All to Dr. W. P. Dey-Lot 1, block 47, every .
2 lor 25 Cents. Good Shops.NOTICE :Beach Haven Tract-$35.00Pensaeola greatly to thV pleasure- of the enter i Witcher sisters S! o clock cordially In I. O.Invited 0. f.to fcall.be present.MBS. VlslUoc. f. ..'
& Co. j
Zemurray
Development and Cons. Co. tainment. 8 J, T. PULLlAlI, N. Q. J 1 ',I.
to Frank E. Jones-Lot 11. block 17, Pensacola f rb'alc lovers have not MRS. HATTIK NEVILLE. See. f '
Beach Haven Tract-)35.00Peniacola !
and in a long tin:;3 enjoyed the rare treatin "".
Development Cons. Co. RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
to Winston Thompson-Lot 11. block 67, high clasiffmusic which was presented : Commission Brokers. : Rathbone Lodge. No. M. Knights of M.f. 1
Beach Haven Tract-53500. to thjw last night Pythias meets every Thursday night at 1
Pensacola Development and Cons. Co. Castle Hall. Members of sister todgef ,.
to F. N. Gilliam-Lot 16, block 83, ------ Jewell 41yStock and visiting brethren cordially invited Ito
The Woolley Sanatorium the only In. Beach Haven Tract-$3*.00. containing 320 acres' more, or 'less-{LOO Company.The ;: Pensacola New Orleans attend. J. M. ROPER. C. C. '- 11
ttrute in the United States where theO Pensacola Development and Cons. Co. and other considerations Jewell Kelly Stock Company: C. J. LEVEY. X R. A.: 8. :
Cocaine and Whiskey habita to C. A. :\Iurphr-Lot: : :Ii. block 110. Mrs. F. Ella Clinch to Pensacola Investment an aggregation of well known repertoire I II I W. InUndencla. 820 Common. ,
!) ilm Beach Haven Tract-J35.00Peisacola Co.-The west \i of Sec 15,. Tp 3 players headed by the young : M. K B. A. No. 81. meet first arvi F I..r
tan be cured without exposure. and and Cons Co. 320 evenings at T-CO I
Development S. R 32 W containing acres more or third Wednesday p. m.
with! so much ease for the patient OnlySO to Miss Dee Harriss-Lot 4. block 5; lot less-J1200.)). southern romantic actor, Mr. Jewell R&ffurd Hall No. 10, West IntenlencUstre ;; : S .'
days' time required. Describe U. block 44. Beach Havenyract. Kelley will ipen a :3 night's engagement t Cotton Stocks Grain Provisions | /C A. O. FELL, Pres. 1
Pensacola Development and COns. Co. November 26, 1906 here Thursday, Nov. 29, with : J. I.. SWEENEY Secy. 5. \-41<
your case and I will write you ancplnion to U ;)I. Fountain-Lot 20, block 105 and Pensacola Development & Cons. Co., to it
as to what I can accomplish! lot 51. block 103 Beach Haven Tract- John Donovan. Jr.-Lot 8, block 16; lot special matinees for the ladles and bought nd sold on margin or for investment. PENSACOLAL000ENO.4I.O.OF'. r.' :' :
Jor you. AsK your family physician $'.000Pensacola 17. block 16!, Beach Haven Tract, -J105:>.00. children Thanksgiving; day. I i Pensacola Lodge. No. 4. I. O. "lii !i '-, ji t
Development and Cons. Co. Pensacola Development & Cons. Co., (a This season Mr. .Kelley has gotten meets every Thursday evening at
to investigate. Dr. B. M WOOiI y. 104N to It. E. Allison-Lot 16. block 111 corporation) to M btranger-Lot 23, I t 'Out-of-Town Order- Given Special Attention. at the new hall on Belmont and Baylen i i"" I t
Pryor Street. Atlanta. Ga Beach Haven Tract-$$5.00Pensacola block 42; lot IS. block 63 lot 17. block 'lJ; together the. strongest repertoire organization ; : streets. Visiting brethren cordially la- it't : U I )
Development and Cons. Co. lot 16 block 76; lot 32, block 109 Beach that ever toured the south. S Tiled B R. WTTKOVSKT. N. O. i' :1 ,
to :Miss: Bettie Chambers-Lot 17. block Haven Tract-$175. He will present only the highest class A. KKRLE. SecretaryW. .r' ,
11; lot S. block 25; lot %4. block 34; lot 15. Pensacola Development & Cons. Co. to of scenic and royalty plays, and will ? Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. tJ S!I J!
HICKSCAPO block 53; lot 33 block 110; lot 9, block 14; J. E. Creary-Lot 18. block 10s Beach 0. W r .
load of beautiful Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. a7.. (
lot 17, block U; lot 18 block 40; lot 7. Haven Tract-J53::.00W carry over a car .t

DINECURES block 57' lot .9. block, 130, Beach havenTract$3S0.OO. 10, block. A. Blount 147 Sew, Jr.City to Tract A. E.-Doyle-Lot$100.00 and and scenery each, property play will and be staged electric complete effects ..................................................... meets Wednesdays livereigns In Pythian cordially In each hall invited.month.the tat and letting 3rd f 1 -l i j

and Cons. Co '
Pensacola. Development other considerations. in every detail.- Thursday night the F. A. BocracH, a a r. :
toV. IL M'Ferrin-Lot 15, block 160. t [
-of the will LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. t f .
Beach Haven Tract -$3 .00Pensacola The climax of a good meal-a cup entire strength company
Development and Cons. Co.' be seen in the comedy drama "Tracy, S i-; .
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of Jackson Coffee. Ask
ALL, ACHES to Florette Fhalheuner Lot 5, bioX. 77, Square your.
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;. t Beach Haven Tract-$3560. grocer for a free sample. the Outlaw; and the usual courtesywill Sale Pensacola, St. Andrews and :' j
And N.rvosnm7g1bsI1dc Pensacola Development and Cons. Co be extended to the ladies on this Bankrupt ft'ft't t
Mdrugs1scii to J. J. Cowk-Lot 17, bloc 120 night only If seats are reserved be- Gulf Steamship Co. t, 1 1STEAMERTARPON.
Beach Haven.Tract-$33: .00, fore six o'clock'" I

to Pensanola YV. K Rf'eves-Lot Development 3. block and :1 Cons.; lot Co.15, SHiPPING G NEWS The vaudeville features will include FIRST-CLASS W. G BARROW PASSENGER, Ma r.AND f; ;

block. 101 Beach Haven Tract-$70,00Lkxlia Foster Ball and Sabe Doris, America's Monday Dec. 10 at 11 a. m. FREIGHT SERVICE. 1
Coal and \WoodWe Cody to Pensaco'i' InvestmentCo. foremost traverslty attista. -Between- *. I ,'
.. (Ine.)-All grantors lnt>ret in end PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICO, ''-
to the southwest % of the west H of lot LA. ST. AN j' ; ,:
1, and all of Grantors' interest in all of Arrived Yesterday. "The'Vlrglnlan. DCRA'Bh.LL\JI r
deliver Ice Coal Charcoal and lots 2 and 3. in Sec 23. Tp i *:, K .;l V.. Boltenhall. Br ss. bimmons, 2337 Bremen An eminent critic of letters has said All the stock, furniture and fixtures of the And all point on St. Andrews Bay Car. .
Wood anywhere in the city. We containing 210 acres more or less-$1.9) to Gulf Transit .Co. rabella and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE. S S
can
Homburg, Ger ss, Matthiesen 14S8 concerning "The Virginian" which is j
i.pplv you in any quantity and our ard J. N.other Andrews valuable to Edward consideration'IX \\rliams Rotterdam to the \\'. S. Ke>ser Co. to be the bill here, next Saturday estate of Hoist Bros. bankrupt at the north- Leaves Pensacola Sunday. S:SO p. m- It ,

fci.rvlce is al\yayg; : prompt. Jr.-Lot 53. block 38, West. King Tract6 Delta, Br. ss. Krag.. 1261: Gulfport S S toCary&Co. S night: Mr. Ulster's hero, the Virgiman for Mobile Ala. I '
Leave Pensacola Tuesday I;SO infer
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Steam and Domestic Coal. H5.00.C. IL Smith toV.. H. Mitchell-10 Clara :Menzell. Ger ss, Schult %2355;; Mo is the ideal American and east corner of Baylen and Zarragossa streets St. Andrews. HUlville. Apalachlcola, I .1 i f
Wood Cut Any Size. of bile to Cary & Co. should live in our regard as a national Carrabelle and intermediate points. 1 f :
of Una the wed side tt-o
northwMt acres i i of on the south'*<.st: 'A of ttc lolanthe. Br ss, Hodgson St. Vincent to type as long as Rip Van Winkle Pensacola Fla. Each article to be sold For additional Information J. R. SAUMDERS aoply to, t ''i.. !

E. G. SEWALL 33. Tp 6 X, R 30 \V-$:JOO.OHSallic masterOphelia, Nor l>k. Larsson, 1127:! Bahia has done. Of the half million read- separately E .R. COBB President. .S.
E. Cummings to D. nah Wilson of this book, it is safe to General Frt. and Pa**. Agt. Pen i
-Lots 16, 17 and 18. and the east % of Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. ers say For further information apply to acola, Fla. .
Phones 614353. 26 N. j
Tarragona St. 19, in block 207, New Ci y Tract-$100.!00 Charles Racine! Nor, bk, Waage 1526 that not one finishes the story withouta I f'S
and other valuable consideration Genoa to master; heart throb of''genuine? love for this S
J. D. Waters toLeslie )0]. Urooks-Lots Beatrice Ital bktn, Marchen Savona to simple, generous, chivalrous and with ALFRED MOOG n
1 to 5 and 24, in blo<:.c U2. W st King master. LANARKOn
Tract-$1.00 and ether valuable consid Doris,, Am sen. Eastman. 310. Havanato al this rugged knight of the West. No f
J. A. Merritt &. Co., Trustee. '
The StormYe erations. character in fiction in fifty years has 1 ,,
Lf.lie: E. Brooks to J. D. Water'-Lets: Cleared Yesterday. so completely won the hearts of feminine Mexico. : {
li ansI 14: block 271. New City T ,t-I- Delta, Br ss, Krag. 1261 for Bahia the Gulf of ; :
$1''V) an<' othvi va',"a'Jlt! con$iJciauonFi"vrk ,.. Blanca with 224:: tons coal. readers. t
Keiser to ClioD At wood-Tue Rhodesian Br ss, Peck. 2055 with additional Hunting and fishing season now Oft I t 1
.south >,j of the southw-At H of Sec 11. cargo of 46 square bales cotton. Oyster beds within easy reach. 'f :
\ now have all of our Tp 5 N. It 31V.. containing SO acres Sailed Yesterday. S i
more or less-$1.00 and ether con ldera- lolanthe Br ss, for Galveston. STRIKE STILL ON Offers exceptional advantages as a 1.
storm-beaten docks work- Canada, Br ss, for Rio Janeiro. ,
tions. DeSILVA COMPANY place to spend part of the winter months.
G. &
Chas D. Atwood to Almina Keiser-The VESSELS IN PORT. H.
and south f the eohthwest Sec 11, $ HAMILTON .
ing, are prepared to dock H U. Tp Steamemp AT o. LANARK INN. '
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N. K 31 W. containing 80 cares more or Alfred Menzeie ,Ger ss, Jorgensen 1288, .
vessel from 100 less-$1.00 and other good and valuable St. Vincent. to H. Baars & Co Under new management, modern and '. ; .
any to 3,000 considerations.L. Helsmgburg, Swed us, Schriel,. 1122, well kept;.will afford special attention to .1! Ii
Boley to Pensacola Investment Co.- Hueha to Hyer Bros By (Associated Press ]hunting and fishing parties. 1
tons on short notice. We The west fe of Sea la, Tp 3 S. R 32 'V, Lord Stanley Br gs. Cunningham, 3056;; Hamilton. Ohio. Nov. 26.-Cars are I Building Material, I 'f-. .
St. Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. but Reached by the Georgia, Florida ..
not running in Hamilton tonight, ,
solicit estimates from Alabama Railway. Convenient schedule I. "
captains Ships. of trouble. The L and Slate for ..
Avanti. Nor ship Anderson 1648 Lon. there is no sign cars Shingles Roofing Tourist rates now m effect.For .
and owners of vessels How's This? don to order. ran all day up to six o'clock this even-
FerreIra, Port ship. Barros, 60C. Lisbonto S stoned otherwise hotel accommodations write LAN i i
Ing without being or Patent Plaster Store Fittings I
We offer One Hundred Dollars r
Reward master. t t ARK INN, Lanark, Fla. "
requiring docking and for of Catarrh interfered with.
re any case that cannot be Harbinger. Rus ship. 1399. Algoa Bay i .'.
cured by Hall'n Catarrh Cure to master. Fred. Jay, leader .of the strikers House For schedule, railroad rates etc.* writ' .
pairs. ,F.the J.undersigned CHENEY &have CO.known Toledo. OWe Ingrid Nor ship Dannell. 1260. Antwerp who was ordered by the sheriff and / Everything for Building J. H. McWILLIAMS, 1 i
F: J to McK. Ocrtlng & Co. Gen. Pass. Rgsnt SBalnbrfds
Cheney for the'last 15 years, and believe city police to leaTe the city Is atlll Qa.
Lena. Ital ship Tas ara, 1581. Londonto I
OLLINGER & BRUCEDRY him perfectly honorable in all business order. here and has been advised by counsel and Repairs. 5= ...!
transactions and financially able to carry Barks. that he cannot be deported.dltSftTTfM .
out any obligations made by his firm. Afredo Uruguayan bk. Maiagas. 9S7
DOCK COMPANY WALDINO, KINNAft & MARVIN Montevideo to II IL Thornton. Legal Advertisements. .
Wholesale Druggists Toledo. O Alfhild. wed bk Svensen. 133, Durban 5-
MOBILE ALA. Hall Catarrh Cure is taken internally, to master. Sheriff' Sale.
acting directly upon the blood and mucous Andrea Nor bk Quale 114, Durban to When the digestive Dy virtue of an execution issued -
surfaces of the system. Testimonials .If
- sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. master. Nor organs out of the circuit court of EscambU
Campbell. bk. Hausken 1100.
Sold by aU druggists. Stavanger to Mc} Oerting & Co. JI"'cLuI RATt become I"ELECTRICITYILIGHTINGHEATINGCOOKING county state of Florida wherein Joseph !
Take Hall Family Pill= for constlpa- Chacma, Nor bk. Jorgensen.. 657. I Impaired yousuffer I. Johnson is plaintiff and Joseph -
QUALITY AND NO pation. Fleetwood to or er. fromPOOl' Brown ia defendant I hare lev ;.
Hereford Nor bk, Jensen 1380. Rosario -S '
PREMIUMS. to order. I Appetite, led upon and will sell at public out
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Heimdal. Nor bk. Hensen 1354. Hun cry to the highest bidder for caah,
to order. Sour Risings, In front of the county court home

Humberto. Span. bk. 1111. Battle Havana Dyspepsia, door. In Pensacola, Fla. on Monday, -
to order. S
'JacksonSquare" Ingebiore. Nor bk Bid, 1250 East Lon S Indigestion, the 3rd day of December, A. D.. 1909, -
.JJ don to order. during the legal hours of sale the following .
Isabel Browne Rus bk. Llndqulst, ,1231. a Chills, Colds, We are now ready to connect to described real estate to-wltr -

Hull Kink to Oscar master.IL Nor bk. Johnson. 'is%. or'Costlvenecs. S our system, houses on East HilLS '. Undivided % of lot 16. block 8, of -
said lot fronting
Rosario A. Zelius. The Bitten the Belmont tract ;
itw LUa. Nor bk, Aauoosen, 1030, Santosto h 1 Apply at office or telephone 106 \. SO feet on west line of Palafox street : .
order. $ always cures -: 125 feet on south line of Belmont -
Lluis to Uruguayan order. bk Lopez, 700, Havana '1 fffp Try It to-day. and our representative will gladly by street, according to map of said county :

Lj'Slint' Nor bk. Hansen 1332 Swakop- furnish full information. copyrighted by Thos. C. Watson
(JAVA BLEND) Wbisk mund to McK. Oertlng & Co. The above property lies in the city ;
Maria tIer bk, French 1922.. Kings of Pensacola cambta county, Fl*. '

That has the Lynn Marina to master.Madre Ital bk Simonetta, J C. VAN PELT, Sheriff, NOT. I, J \

Roasted CoffeeThis !4Ss. Genoa to order.1dec'ca. I FREQUENTLY I I 1906.. nor6-oaw43r
reputation Nor bk Ellefsen. 935 Hamburgto WE Es mbiaCountyLight& Power. Co.
A. Zellus' GET COLLARSThat EtcambU Lodge. No. 15 F. & A. M. : -
I I
Negpore Nor bk. Ojerdsen 1128 East
is one of the finest Special communication of E*
Tor London to A. Zt>Uus. rambla Lodge No. 15, F. 1& A.
blends in the world. You Purity.It covered with
en- Olivar!. Ital bk, Costa Genoa to or- are ).. win b* held edneadarewnlnff.
Joy New Orleans luxury for der. (c November 29Ui at .'
Panes Nor bk. Johnson 1219 Ply. other laundry marks- Work In E. '
breakfast while drinking this b just as easy tose- 7;30 o'clock. A.
to A. Zelius. -
coffee Only packed In 1, 2, curc the pure article mouth.Superb. Nor bk Ulich. 1934 Antwerp they've been the rounds. -ited degree. VIsiting brethren- C* D.fraternally BETEL t. .-. .:.
and 4 pound air-tight cans. to A. Zelius &. Co. W. O. PAlLET. W. 1C. .. :
start comingto
fotthcsauIemoneyth.atyou. Schooners. When they Secretary. '

We guarantee every can. pay for the 4ultcxate4: If len Clara Cuba.E. to Rand J. A.ell.Merritt Am scb& 863.Co. Calbar- the Star they just naturally Lumber That Won't Shrink NOTICE. S t

Donna Christina Am sen, McLeod 165 -
Pure Whisky is what you Belize to master keep coming, for Regular meeting order ci \ J
niffM
Importers Coffee Co. Eastern Star Tuesday
Br
Domira sch.
Reddle.2001, St. Lucleto
want, ask for J$ ,II > j. j I Freddie master.Heucken. Am sea, Bryant. 475 it's headquarters for If you have a job that requires real' dry lum- t at MBS.( clock.ELLA November BETER3 T1 '.,. j

W. !LIDS
Limited. satisfaction.
"JESSE HOORE"uAA" Havana to master.Homecooked. laundry "* ber ,the kind that won't shrink, ask for our MART BACCETT. S i

New Orleans. Thanksgiving The Star Steam special kiln-dried product. Secretary. :

GOLDRING. Dinner CREW NOTICE. i
N. at the Southern Neither the Captain. Owner

The Lewis Bear Co. DWTRWWTOR.PENSACaiA.. OLA.. Hotel. You are invited.Are Laundry! a nor BottonbaOL Consignee will nf the be recpon BritUaM I<.

HPensacola Sounders Mill Company aiMe for debts contracted: \>f ,
Handled Exclusively by- yon food of good coffee? Try 37 E. Garden St Phone the crew of said ve "-'. -

Pensacola, Fla.DISTRIBUTERS.. THE GEM SALOON Jackson Square, the celebrated French Ia.i flh".. 717. 21 East Cards* Streal.' A. 'J, SIMMONDS 1- A
CCLF TUAVSTT (0., Captain.
drip coffee. Leading haTe It.
grocers Consignee tr
1 Ricra& Sc Props. 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight Una. 1



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Your Thanksgiving While Out Shopping- ,



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Not'only tHe Suit; but die complete outfit -

-Suit, Hat, Shoes, Underwear, Shirt, etc., \

is here in number and whatever
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i t style your your fancy may desire.Sults$10.00.'l.In It will be to your interest to call in at our store, where in every


i'. to $35.00 department you will find a splendid line of high-ciass merchandise at .

Shoes_92.5O to $6.50

L Shirts_BOc to $2.5O I prices that invite comparison. The holidays are fast approaching and

Fanty Vests________ 5Oc to $6.00

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

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i you will find many beautiful and appropriate gifts that will please


THE JOHN WHITE STORE and delight your friends.

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1 Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear

Phone ,225 '205.207 S. PALAFOX The Special Inducements Offered in the Following Will Be in


Force All. This Week and Should Interest You.

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BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY .

Prepared to do aU W.pUctricaJ T. BEDWE repalrlmr.'PRE3.on short AND notice.MANAGER.Ring phone 570 and.a SHOES! SHOES{... BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
represeatttivs will oaO. W. T. Bid well. President and Manager, 205 S. BaylenEtrtet
Several dozen Baby Shoes,our fine $l.lepjuality( for. 97c 2500 pair of Our celebrated Boy-Proof Trousers, at,

------ One lot Ladies' Fine House Shoes rublUf heels visca- pair . . . .. . .. . .
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39c
per ; .
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lized soles, $1.75 quality.. ... .:HL. . . $1.39 Jt ,T, 100 Suits for boys, 3 to 15 years splendid $2 value

; I i GAS HEATERS SAVE FUEL II 200 pair Children's Fine Shoes, sizes 84(to 2, at 96c, s for . . . . ..... .-. .. ... .. . $1.78

O o values as high as . . . . .. . . $2.50 MEN'S AND BOYS' UNDERWEAR.
One lot Old Ladies' Comfort $olid leather .
a good
fuel in
2 They save starting and stopping, save waiting <> -.
discomfort doctor t shoe for . . . . . \4. . . 89c 3000 suits of fine Sanitary Fleeced and Jersey Ribbed
save save bills. Regulated j|
t 500 pair i Boys' Shoes, all solid leather, $1.50 shoe underwear, warm and durable. Our $ quality
and there's .l.
same as a lamp
f no waste. i for . . . . . . .uI. : . 97c for.. . . . . . . ..... ........ 84c

; II i THREE TWENTY-FIVE i| 300 pair of Men's Good Solid Leather Shoes at. .1.23. ... MEN'S CLOTHING.


puts a good one into your home. Will be glad to $ MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 50 suits of Wood Worsted and Casimere ,elegantly
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talk to you about it. i 25 dozen good l1woolHose J at, per pair . 21c tailored! $10 and $12 values, this week . .$8.75

.i tt %-Hose at, per pair . . .*. . . . 21c 350 pair of Fine Worsted annd Casimere Trousers. .$1.59

An excellent line'of Fine Cashmere %-Hose at. .:. 50c HATS AND CAPS.

| Pensacola Gas Company : Newest and Nobbiest styles in 25 and 50c hose shown. 10 dozen Boys' and Children's Caps . . ... 18c

i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. ITo 200 dozen Fine, FancyHose ..-. . . : 15c New and elegant line of Caps and Cloth Hats for
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50 dozen Men's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at . 4c boys and girls, 25c to. .1.25 quality for . 95c
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25 dozen LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, well made, good range of colors, r: Dc

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,;. 1,000 Pairs ladies' Hose. 35 LADIES' SKIRTS, black and colors, values up to seven dollars, your $ 3


I: We know they are the best that's choice for + + *

made, because we have seen them tried;

w just as perfect as a "German" mill can One lot of yards of FLANNELS, in good range of colors 35c values,
e2OOO.
turn out. They look and feel like 50c our : 19 C

Hose, and we sell them for 25c. _



WATSON ARKER & REESE CO

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. Brent and Avery seem in the opinionof not yet been given out. The Classicals
Ys4 ANNUAL THANKSGIVING their coach, to be in good form and will probably be assembled as'fc.!lows: Reefers
if they show up on Thanksgiving in Friedman left end? Williams left ,
this same form, the P. C. S. will not tackle; Barton left guard; Eagan, cen:
GAME OF TWO SCHOOLSP. meet defeat through any fault of Iter I' ; Phillips right guard; Brawner Mufflers
theirs;: I II right tackle; Sublette right end; Hannah ,
d A few days more of hard work on quarter back; Turtle right half;
If GRACEFUL the part of the line men and with the!I Brent (Capt.) left half. Substitutes: Seasonable
games. The players are in the pinkof encouragement given by the return of i Pace, Wilson, Abercrombie Sweeney
C. S. and P. H. S. Will condition and are eager for the Brawner the Classicals battering ram(i 0. Brawner.
;- will be ably capable of protecting I Taking all in all the game Will be Sweaters
Meet on Gridiron at fray.As the specified day draws near.the their backs while they are getting. :no pink tea affair, but the liveliest and
Classical School team finds itself in their moves under way. prettiest exhibitions of football of the
If I Palmetto Beach. better shape than it'has yet been this The Classicals seem quite conservative season.. The new rules have made the Hat
fl SUITS season, though possibly not as good a in their plays and appear to depend -'game much more spectacular and exciting Happiness
team, as a whole as the material on no great variety; in their and if possible far more Inter
hand and the untiring work of their signal practice they are showing good esting. There will probably be-a band'on Shirts in Smart
To Settle Question of Super- coach, Prof. Ormond: would lead those form when putting .their plays in'exe- hand to add to the entertainment Society
who watched the game against the cution. and as Thanksgiving Is a holiday an
iority of Two Strong University Military School to expect. They expect to win; and reasoning Imense crowd is expected to turn out S-r'C' >JSfE:
j Not only graceful, but the Several members"or the squad have according; to the showing made by and encourage the team:}.
Elevens. been irregular at practice recently and the respective teams in previous i Both schools are burning with enthusiasm THE HABERDASHER.
r acme of perfection in makeup this may tell sadly against them if it games, Justifies their expectations. and there will be rooters
." They are not over-confident, however 222 S. Palafox.KNOWLES .
'' is found necessary to use these men I' decked out in colors and with
\ noise
: .% and cloth. in the Thanksgiving game. and are hard at work every day. Instruments
Buy now for The football teams of the Pensacola: galore to cheer their __ ---1
b Physically the men are, of course The High School Team. teams to victory. This will be the
' a Thanksgiving, with the Kup- Classical School and the Pensacola in better shape than at the beginningof In regard to the High School team, banner event of.local school athleticsand BROS.
High School will meet in their annual the season and will be able to stand it is hard to say anything about tfc. its success Is assured.
penheimer Label, .$16.50 to I game Thanksgiving Day. This 'will be a hard game. One point of strength work the 'are now doing; it is IIl<:on.1! After the big game" of Thanksgiv Insurance.
the banner event of the local season the team now has, which it did not siderable. Since the M. M. L game,|ing day the Classical School will have FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT. MARINEGeneral
$27. and promises to surpass all similarevents have in the the MobileU. In which '
i game against they met such overwhelming other games. They play Barton Acad- Agents of
I| ever held' on a local gridiron. Mr S. Brawner who was out for defeat, the team have not gotten backto emy in Pensacola and a second
Stetson Hats $3.50. Never before have two local teams that game will very probably resume its old? zealous practice, and are at against the University Military School game The EquitableLIFE
faced each other between which such his position at tackle. It was Brawnerit present badly out of. form. i in Mobile With these games the sea ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEil
Beacon Light Shoes $3. keen rivalry has existed and never will be remembered. who saved the The trouble doesn't appear In that!son ends for the men who wear th.I YORK.
G has such spirited enthusiasm been dis Classical School from being glean a they are discouraged. The boys Individually scarlet and purple. They hope to fin- 303 South Palafox Street
# played by the 'contesting institutions.."goose egg" in the game played in are listless and seem to thin,ish the season with four out of five'I 1
1 5 Every student from the most diminutive Mobile against M. M. I. and who distinguished that because In previous years the!games to their credit and
are working
will)) 'r
arranged the High School
prep to the biggest senior is talking himself generally though High School has defeated its more determined -each and every man In a that' '
way the season with fewer honors to tt1
about the approaching game, and especially on the defensive rival they merely in being i gives them Justified expectation In be-'
ta
every friend of the schools and lover ; The Classicals feel more secure in representatives of the High School,!lieving their hopes will become credit than the Classicals as of' is interest that regard to their.backs have real have yet to win their first game.Chapped
will
H. 0 sports showing an than they unqestionably win; overconfidence -r izatlons.
ANSON the schools have never before knownIt j yet felt this'season. Heretofore, Turtle They hardly seem to realize! If. in the Thanksgiving they Hands.
game
is conceded that the will bfea while that the ,
game playing always a steadygame.rseemed name of the school will uoti'succeed in placing the scarlet and Wash your hands with warm wa'T
battle royal from start to finish and : to 6e lacking in the effectiveness win the for purple .
game : them and that there over the High School tigers.they dry with a towel and apply t'' <;jf!>
the prettiest exhibition of footballever which one would expect is only one thing that will, work. As'will have accomplished one thing that:berlain's Salve just before going "'.
CASH CLOTHIER played by two local amateurteams. from his general qualities as an ally to previous years, the High School not they have worked for and will have bed and a speedy cure is crrtna.This .
t Copyright 1906T Neither team will have an gridiron man. In the game of last only had more and better material, as climbed one step higher toward their salve is also unequaled for -]k a
/ t.HOUHofKuppenNlm.r Corner Palafox and Maims appreciable advantage and both are Saturday, however he was shown up is realized by their captain and coach, goal for the season's ending. diseases. For sale by all dru?l';-f-
confident of victory. They will average in what was to be expected In him. but these teams before them worked. The High School has
t'. about .128, both have had long He Is a low charges and a sure(and worked hard. I scheduled for this year one that more game Altman, tin oop and "?)',, 'a.
against
"' weeks of'praetlce and have played two tackler. :The soths&backs, Hannah, The line-up of.the High.school has M. 2t.. la Mobile. Unless others are meat worker street baa moved In the opera to 149 house Ea't hrtaon3; '
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