The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
October 5, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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street-corners, several 4housand rein; Washington from* Harrisburg, visited ?< more'injured. The dead Include About September 14. ,
.Involved in. a struggling maSa. Matters the county' fair grounds and was Mrs; Stevens,.of. Charleston 4
assumed, such' fCate that Colonel driven around the' race track. The '$0' ,'S. C. 1;

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Rait*' tell tiiroughfrft'lhe-cereKdnles.. made-a-brief,speechAt the ;fairground TER-DISARMAMENT, OF CU:|. '
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I Seventeen, ; Dead s12esa1ofVirginia ARIZONA' HAVANA:'ON. SATURDAY., .' i' :;

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Mine Explosionbeen Washington, Oct Secretary\ .
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'suspended. tion In Cuba. The corresPondence: f
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Rcanoke, Va..' Oct 4.-A special:\ : ''Rescuing parties' have been at took place between Consul General' ;{
from foot of Palafpx after had receded.
Looking north street waters from :-ftcahontas says that up to a work'since early last night and to- Steinhardt at Havana and Acting T

late hour. seventeen are known to ,be night; ''are nearing I the place where i I Secretary of State Bacon. ; '
dead as a result.of the explosion in the explosion occurred. Feared by President Who The important feature developed !l1X'the r; r

GALVESTON'S MAYOR SLNDS the tVtat mine ,of. the Pocahontas 'The dead include eight,white men. I dispatches was that Intervention t '
IFORT M'nAE Collieries Company last night Gas five":negroes and. three Hungarians. Addresses Gov. Kibbey was asked for by the Cuban govern'
from the West mine,has been driven 'There were supposed to'* be fifty or ment as early at Sept 8 and as long t
back into the Mill Creek and 'Coal- sixty persons In' this section of the the ago as Sept 14. President Palma and ; t

A VERY TOUCHING 'MESSAGE dale -mines and work. .. in these. has' mine when, the explosion occurred.'lieved .. on Subject. the Tlce-presidf and cabinet officer =. s; eis i
I had determined to ,sign.It as
Is also shown, that Intervention 1 ,
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BEACHSCENES !That By Associated Press. by the United States has long been !
SYMPATHIZING WITH THE CITY IN ITS TROUBLE Biff Standard Phoenix Ariz, Oct. 4.-Govemor planned by the Palma government.
K!b'bey has received the following Bacon's dispatches showed that inter., ip 1 4

AND PREDICTING, A' 'BRIGHT FUTURFOFFERS OH Barge'Has Been letter from President Roosevelt:I vention by the United States was only '
I .' Wrecked "My Dear Governor Kibbey: am I undertaken under great reluctance '

They Present, Many /Tragic "'' sorry to say that grave charges have and that Palma was Informed through!,'
TO ASSIST. t been made to me that under the organization -
= The tarrlvalin, the British the oil to the Such hasbeen"lLnow'n't6 of the Steinhardt that Intervention would
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RKninders_ f the ,Great .... : not be undertaken until the Cuban
steamer; Xltntc: ::; Baju Havana 1th-f; 'JiaTa been Cone.-sad leader-ihcJ-e--wUl not be a fail had exhausted i
Among:the. many tetegranls: and let' the loss and memory of your dead) as they had every facility for pump- count of the votes on the question";ol government" every {
the that she
report passed through down
to the
Storm Which Raged ters received in the city yesterday: will have been obliterated and over- ing out the crude oil he believes!!! that statehood. If these charges were means put '
si) was one from the'mayor of Galveston i come and that your port and people many miles of water:covered with oil they have-resorted to this. to save the well founded, I need not say' to, yon and' make that fact evident. to the. t {

I There.SEA who wired the sympathy that once: will take on and assume a more. ac- on the voyage between Pensacola and barge, and that she" has not been that It would be a national disaster' world.
stricken' city; and offered aid if it I tive and important position in this Havana leads "many to believe that'StancnrdOU wrecked. I have no doubt'there is no truth fa> DISARMAMENT OF CUBANSPROGRESSING e

was needed.. In his telegram he also' great life march for progress and supremacy barge No-'- O.,which was' ? The Axminster also'reported upon them but some prominent people in RAPIDLY
HAS CUT PASSAGE THROUGH predicts that Pensacola will not only than you ever hoped for .lost off Dry'Tortugas/has been wreck her arrival that she found the American the United States do believe them : X41
repair the damage done, but will be heretofore.i ,This has been the his- ed. The barge wasloaded'with crude schooner Glenafton about :210! and they are Joined,in the belief bysome Havana Oct '4.-"The disarmamentof
POINT AND IS NOW FLOWING come greater, than ever. His tele- tory of everyv.locality.from Boston to oil from Fort Arthur for New York, miles off Mobile floating about aim of the most: prominent peopleof Cuban insurgents Is progressing as, r /It
INTO THE BIG LAGOON-OPEN gram and the, mayor's reply are as San Francisco that has .ever been and' ,was in tow of the ocean going lessly. She had been damaged: by the Arizona and New",Mexico. Therefore rapidly as can be reasonably expect ,; ;.
s ING ABOUT FIFTY FEET WIDE.A follows: T < visited by calamitous winds, waters, tugTAstral when she parted her hawser storm and the compass either lost or ,, to avoid all criticism I direct ed" said Governor Taft today : ,
"Galveston Texas, Oct 3, 1906. fire or earthquake and hope same The barge had nine men onboard damaged and the master: did not have that 'if'' you can In any way arrangeit "The militia and volunteers are

t Journal representative yesterday i"The Mayor of Pensacola, Fla. may be true of your place and people. and she was well provisioned his bearings. In addition the captain you will have representatives of being rapidly mustered out the only
afternoon accompanied Lieut J. L. i "The tender .chords of. every human If we can serve you command us.001L and-0goipped. was in his cabin having been injuredin the statehood people present at the. delay being due to Inability of the "
Bryan on the revenue cutter Penroseto heart in Galveston is touched by your A. LANDES, Captain Johnson of the Astral: some manner. The steamer furnished canvassing of the votes on statehood.I American authorities to obtain core k
Fort McRae and with the officer I recent misfortunes and we extend "Mayor." which sailed yesterday afternoon for 1 the schooner with a compass. have sent a copy of this letter to rect lists of enrollments." t

explored the coast westward from the 'I sympathy and words of encourage- "Pensacola Fed.. Oct 4, 1906.- a'cruise, in search of the bargeand The schooner is-bound from Mobilefor Governor Hagerman of New Mexico The only exceptions to the general 7 ,
fort for nearly two miles in search of ment to your people, we having been "Hon. H. A. Landes, Mayor, Galveston -1 I then to Port Arthur' thinks It possible Cardenas, and the crew believe and directed him to Is make have the same- harmony reported is the desertion 08 r

valuables either personal or belonging visited by a much greater calamitysix Texas. that the crew of. the barge used they,can nuke port. arrangement from; both that the, ,statehood representatives and some volunteers at Palmas Oriano. .; tRv
I the which may t outside of where half
to government years ago. "Your generous and sympathizing! anti-statehood parties present to witness Santiago a F
e have been"cast up by the recent "The great recuperative powers of message very thankfully received. Our I the count of the votes." dozen men and horses disappeared. It '

storm. our American'people too often lies people are already: busy removing I Fast Work in RepairingTrack I Governor Kibbey Immediately senta is supposed that the deserters Joined f
The chief find -as one of the life dormant until brought into activity by debris and preparing to build a greater -! I copy of this letter to Thomas E. the> dissatisfied element wound SnVtiagOL i' .'

boats from the Ufe Saving Station contact with such! trying ordeals as Pensacola. Our relief committeesare i Wilson ,of Tucson president of the 4
which went adrift during the storm I you have passed through.and, we predict caring. for those in distress. '! of Terminal .Line!I Joint 'statehood league, and wrote Considerable difficulty !Is being' experienced : -; C !
and which Is now beached about a that in a_short space of time all CHAS. H. BLISS, I'' him that inasmuch as no statehood in disarming the militia laSant ,
;T mile and a half west of'the fort and I effects and traces of the storm. (saveooioUo.IS. "Ma or." j party has filed the name of a candidate \& Clara city. Yesterday and ;'
about 300 feet from the water. The : with the territorial secretary he :last night the 'remaining mI1Iti meJt. ,
The bg! forces of men which have also displaced and washed out 1
boat is In a fairly good condition and asks }fr.' "Wilson to furnish the namesof fired many shots for the purpose oj"creating
with few can be easily been.'at_ wort for several days clearing I It is also possible- that trains may advocates, to serve a disturbance. .
a slight repairs statehood on i
be running through to Big! Bayou by
launched. : UNlTEUSTATES1 the debris from and repairing i day and witness the count
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Workmen election .
Sunday or Monday are
Near the life boat was some of the $ the.tracks and bridges on the Terminal now engaged repairing;the' Little Iin precinct HAVANA, ON SATURDAY :{

IYMM piling and tackle from the wharf on line, are making excellent progress Bayou bridge, and If the.big lighter
the bay side of the Life Saving Station 'with the, ,work, and if nothing loaded with:: lumber' -removed today Washington cia Governor Mao?
showing that this portion of the occurs to stop 'the present progress the bridge can be repaired by TEDDY JR. BEFORE goon General Franklin Bell, chief oft

wreckage had evidently gone down on COURT INNOV. trains will be running to Little Bayouby fto-morrdw nighlt possibly allowingtrains staff, and Capt Wright his aide, trill i '
the bay side and drifted almost due: Saturday. Much work has been to run after the track placed arrive at Havana on Tuesday next, -, y .
west to where It finally landed. I done as the tracks were not only cov- In condition to run through to Big THE GRAND JURY leaving Washington; Saturday.: Theyjj aW t

Sea Running into Lagoon. : ered with debris of all kinds but Bayou. will take the steamer leaving Tatnpar
About a mile west of Fort 1\lcRae'l at eleven o'clock Sunday night Mrs.'
h the sea has 'made a cut through the By Associated Pr t.. mIn- Taft and Mrs. Bacon will be passen .,

Co, narrow running into pqint the of Big bland Lagoon and is through now :I DAMAGE E Bryan and Hearst Endorsed and utes Boston,Meredith today, Oct Theodore Blagden 4.-For_ Roosevelt twenty both Harvard Jr., gers on that.-steamer.SCHOONER. '. r Ji if

a that 30-foot this channel channel may Indications be cut deeper are i -----; j By ,Massachusetts Democrats $&n students alleged charged assault with recently knowing committed about SANK; rR1 : '

BVoe as time goes on. Scenes. To The Pensacola Navy While Not Definitely Set- :0... en Patrolman Fraher on Boston Common -, "
Many Strange
before the Suffolk
were county Ul
The Fort McRae beach is strewn I CREW DROWNED' ,f: :
Press. ted for 'the to-diy. They were summoned '
Rear Admiral tled Probable Term Will By Associated governor by prohibitionists grand Jury r
with curious, and some i Made By -
Yard ,
many strange
the Information
< basic There. Boston: Oct. 4The'Democratic and the Independence league. He to give Jury I :;
. reminders of the' storm. : state convention to-day nominated' represents! the so-called radical wingof concerning the assault '.
4e' Is a profusion of army clothes-coats, i Convene Then. I By Associated Pre .. ( t
Capps. John _Moran; for lieu' the Democratic party of the state.The '
tent for f
" trousers leggings. caps shirts and! tenant governor Gerry Brown: for resolutions also congratulatedthe i iARE Tampa, Fla., Oct 4/ The schooner ..J
lice toon's wardrobe articles.i governor Pelican, twenty-five tons which sailed .
general John Cummins for Democracy .of New York upon
general. *
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attorney >
Most Monday for Clearwater with a cargo ;
the marks
of this clothing bears the dam Jt is probable that the fall term of :auditor T. L. Hlsgen; for secretary the nomination of Hearst There was p:.
oaf of f Company 22, U. -S, Coast Artillery.i The estimate placed* upon: ; for treasurer scome cheering when this paragraph of groceries, sang off Pass Agrill ;' ;
the United States court will be held :of state Charles Bayne: !
map from
yard and I Ward the ; ,
Capt. F. creW'j. .,
Here{ bed clothes and! to the Pensacola navy and
and there are age I'during the early portion of'November Geo. Harrington. The conven- was Lead but almost Immediately GIVING ;
"fcasionally a piece of women's cloth-I the hurricane by Rear "Admiral Capps I I convening about the first Monday -of tioned endorsed: William J. Bryan for hoots and hisses predominated. The REBA"ESI composed, and of are two white supposed men, to are missIng have- 1'le'

ica In?. a child's apron or a broken piece Is $300,000. The, following telegram I the second week of that month. Thisis the next President resolution, however was declared '_ I I drowned. ;
of? household furniture. !' sent out from Washington regardingthe I. not definitely settled however, and I Moran had already been nomina- adopted amid some confusion By Associated Press. i :j g
One tragic reminder of the storm Is' Washington Oct. 4. The National' "
will be read with Interest it depends upon the.continued good f THE BASEBALL II.: : 4
l a marked
Plain pine box about 3x4x1, health of Judge Charles 5wayne., I Association of Insurance Commissioners -
L. N. PRENTICE here: today adopted a strong resolution -i CHAMPIONSHIPBy .t J
of. the Navy Bonapartehas Judge of the Northern district of The Steamer Tarpon Reports ,
"Secretary '
Ord. Segt U. S. A. Florida. against' the practice of granting i ,1
Fort McRae. Fla. received telegraphic report up- rebates from which it- la stated that Associated Prett. ;!,
The box had evidently been used to on the condition in .the: Pensacola A letter -was received yesterday by Little Along Coast' the public suffered even at the hands! Chicago, Oct. 4.-The first game >' .
Yard from ChiefJConstructor of, Clerk F. W. Marsh from the judge Damage of the series between the Chicago +l' 1
of be- Kavy '
11Iip of toe biggest, companies. Geo! H.
certain household goods I : '- '
who had been ill for time., slating :
the some
that baseball club and .
i National ..
f bigtngs Sergeant Prentice, who the Navy Capps. Hestates' Adams,'of New Hampshire, was elected : League -' ::,' ,1
that he Is
Vixen was badly i now enjoying goodhealth the Chicago Americas League club t
now mourns the loss of his wife and converted yacht the Machlas and and it is therefore anticipatedthat steamer Tarpon which tent the wharves being carried away president The convention thenadjourned i for the championship of the world '.3i, ,'. t(
that coast
tad the damaged and The t to meet next at Richmond -i
and all household effects as sunk at their docks, the the regular! term of the court will -Pensacola last Saturday night and a warehouse demolished, but .* year will be played October 9th on the- -- .
result of the storm.At Wauban are damaged by be held next month.. left I with this exception the Injury Is not Virginia. i grounds of the National League la! ,
another point on the beach lies Machias being seriously for points along the coast,. returned great. Carrabelle Is not Injured to '
the stone sea walL The Druggists Adjourn._ : this
1 300 ramming bringing In a .
Branded porpoise now some 9tcrrday afternoon !any extentThe :
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Its mooringsand T Atlanta Oct. 4.-The National Association -
dragged 1
Yards from the water, where it had steel' dry hard dock aground, but, Is practically -, REVOLUTIONISTSATPINARDELRIQ, number of passengers and considerable people at all places where the of Retail Druggists adjourned I. CUTTER: WINONA SAILEDYESTERDAY .
ken is: in-
the anxious .
tossed and left when Tarpon touched made FOR MOBILE.
up The wooden dry dock, : freightCaptain I today after electing Charles FLMnn .: ;: ,
uninjured. arrivalof '
eaters theranded about the "
receded helpless as quiries : Pen&acola. '"-
as completely-wrecked.. : Barrow reported that the of Detroit! president for the I {
ships which lie upon the however, the steamer'btInging the first newsof The bi? revenue cutter Wlnona. ,
*ach of, Pensacola "The ship machinery, he says is By Associated Press.' t I ports at which his vessel touched;' the devastation in the city. ensuing year. :Among 'the vice-of i I Captain' Hanks, which arrived In port 1" : :'
In bay. at only slightly injured:,; The power Havana Oct 4.A dispatch received ; had not soft red to any great extent The Tarpon sailed last night for presidents was W. S. Elkin. Jr., Wednesday.. sailed yesterday morn; ,1,1I
one place is dead chicken next .
tide selection of the
a the Atlanta. The
tnCther plant ,JI now ,being overhauled and here from Pinar del Rio city from tie hurricane although Mobile on her regular run. leg for Mobile where she expects to ;,.
a dead rabbit and at still another places for the annual convention ,
The the train high at all meeting place i
will be In operation in two -lays. says bearing the revolutionists was exceptionally I!>x> of service to the storm sufferers. .
lies of a,dead water moccasinailKdims fury. tug Osceola has arrived at Pensacolato arrived at a.late hour,last nightIt and there was some damage along Cold at Pueblo was left to the executive com The cutter canshere for the parse ; l;>I., '.-
the storm's relentless 'aSsist in the repair! work. Con- was mef by officers of marines and the waterfront mittee. of serving the rilef committee '' t tor
atThe remains of the men's quarters Capps'estimates the cost of local authorities. The revolutionistsare At.St Andrews said Capt Barrow. Pueblo Cokx. Oct. 4. The temper- any of the storm sufferers but the : J<
structor In the Won f
rjhe fort present a sad scene and done tha ature has fallen forty degrees Futurity. i
f10 mute floating and repairing damage to all encamped In the city. The ha've I very little damages and twelve hours.- accompanied hy a -Lexington, Kv,. Oct. f.IKeII".uckyToad Penrose and Fessenden were caring. ,i l
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of but impressive tesimons vessels barges and yard; craft. at'o1t been given rations and are allowed to same applies, to MiUtille. 'Apalachicola YOU the futurity stakes. I9r the work, so the departed. :
; the tragedy which overtook damaged to, snow storm.
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Eradicates",cares all Its'xnanilettaUona. 'and' Coats for Ladles and
Rain Misses
and bullda up the whole system our now F,alt and Wlnttr'Snlts, Cloaks prove their
Supt Holloway Addresses Accept no substitute.CONFERENCE. superior worth, prove that they are the. faultless- productions of men who, have made the designing and

.' School Officers and life and have 'been wonderfully successful In
.matting of hfgh-elass. Clothes for Women,.their study, their

Teachers on Subject. OF .attainment ''This department has been,wonderfully ltier.asedwhich necessitated more room, and on our

-,second.floor,-which has just.'been,completed, we, have devoted an exclusive !department to Ladles Ready. C
: /IAt the suggestion of State Supt.
,: :W.iL Hollo*ay, Hon. T.J. I: Brown. to-Wear.
x president of the Florida StateFair EPISCOPAL c

ti; .. :Association. Las designated Friday, J --
November 23rd. as Educational Day. ,
i.The. following circular letter issued The "Royal" Waist.
t ,. by Supt Holloway has been sent to One-Tn Oft: \
every school omclal In the state CHunCH
Tallahassee Fla., Sept. 25, 1906. .
j I To the School Officers and Teachers f
tailored best *
of Florida: ,
with C
I ,JPtesident T. J. L. Brown has kind. BEGINNING TODAYstyles
ly ,consented to designate Friday Preparations For Meeting t44 1 in ,popular material .
,November 23rd: ,. as Educational Day ,
s at the State Fair to be held in the Columbia S. C. November continuing for 3 days
r city of Tampa the metropolis of on ,long and short I

r south.- A. building Florida.will be dedicated solely 6, 7 and 8.. S
( in dainty
c educational resources. Absolutely only, a, s eof5Q 'highgradesleeves, many ; rtJ 1\\
U exhibit other than educational in
character: will, be allowed in this Special' to The Journal. effects, from \
building and for the first time in the : Colombia s. C, Oct. 4.-Preparations -- Skirts one-third off our regular ,
history of the state of Florida the for the second Annual Conference 4
;w educational advantages of the state of the Episcopal church of this .
will be given ample space In which district are under way. The meetingto : $1.50 t
?? to be properly displayed to the thous- be held in Colombia 'November 6. : price: Better see if your size 'is,5.KagI' ;;: .
ands of visitors to the fair. Every 7, and 8, of bishops clergy and laity to / rCravenette v
,' school and college] either public or and 8, of bishops, clergy and laity ,- ,
?' private owes to itself and to the will be of greatest Interest and im the l lot -
t.. state of Florida the duty of being portance. The Her. R. W. Ration,' among \ $12.50 cAgt
represented. secretary the department-which
s The premium list Is so varied as embraces South Carolina Georgia,
to give every county every town Florida Alabama, Mississippi, Cuba, |
every school and every Individual and Puerto Rico-has been In constant .-* Coats for Ladies and ,Misses,. are the most conservative garments for this loffiEC
student an opportunity to win ar consultation with Bishop CaPers -

prize.A sum of more- than a thousand chairman and the of the Rev.V.Conference. P. committee Witsell! climate. Good assortment of colors and big range of sizes from $5.65 to $35 Suits and fine 'Cloaks for

; dollars has been appropriated by the I and they have worked out a pro- [ !(
ladies who absolute fit and from
the insist
particular correct style $8.50 to 40.
Fair Association and subscribed by 'gramme that Is certain to provoke very on ,_,
prominent citizens and educators of in earnest and instructive discussion w,
the state for these different prizes. :that: will prove of as much interestto c
y ,Apply at once to Horn T. J. L. Brown the audience 'as to the delegates.The .

Tampa.Exhibits Florida will be for permitted a premium to list.beyAatfsA evening topic is The to be American discussed Episcopal the first Our House Furnishing Department will} be a feature worth of your special consideration. Just received,

r In the educational building Church in the United States; Its_ twenty-five rolls of Matting of and elegant One-half
op to the date designated as Educational Place'in the Nation and Its Present t : new patterns.

; should. Day be made but application as early as for' and The Future first Work morning fax this of the Country Conference car load of Blankets and Comforts, good .values* some very fine, at 25c pair. Sofa Pillows and fancy tops

I sincerely hope every school in will be devoted to: a discussionof ,
the State will send an exhibit to the the subject: "The success of"the galore. ,New and :attractive; lIl\1Qveltl s arriving every day. C i
state fair this year. A program appropriate missionary campaign dependent up- -r
1 Y to the occasion is being on the strength and loyalty of the
prepared, Several of the most noted home base and the best methodsof *:.<
educators' of the country will visit carrying on' missionary work : frIn
the fair[ on Educational Day and address The afternoon of the same day will .'ff Ask o. Sjse- and We will,; Gladly Show You.
in attendance. An edu- be to addresses of the bish .
those : given up I . ** L .
iational conference will be held that ops. :Among the bishops that will t -
J' ., II
'will be of greater consequence than speak' then are; Bishops Nelson of } J .
any conference of the kind ever held Georgia Weed of'Florida Gray of '
In Florida Southern Florida Beckwith of Alabama 1"
From an educational standpointfor and Bratton of Mississippi :
all the students of the state and Bishop Bratton is a South Carolin- WatsorWParker& Reese A
many of the teachers a trip to'the ian.Among Ca ..1111sho
'l c beautiful and progressive city of the other distinguished )
Tampa and an attendance of a day speakers at the conference will be I
upon the state fair vould prove very the Revs. C. B Wilson, D. D., St '
Instructive therefore, I urge the Luke's Atlanta: Josiah B. Perry D. VERYTHINGyTO WEAR. I tenpal

; county boards and superintendents to D.. of Mississippi, a native of South .... ; ne
: allow the school children and teach- Carolina; P. H. Whaley D. D., of ; I
qs to attend the fair on Educational Pensacola, Fla., a native of South I ,;; .ceft-
Day*'without loss of, time to the Carolina; R L. Ancell, a. distinguished :
.. .... .
teachers. missionary in China; J. Lindsay I "' -. -, -, ca:
: I would be glad to see every Patton who for some 15 years has I w isme
school board member and countysuperintendent been doing a fine work in Japan; R. : FREIGHT sent out by way of the steamer and Is
In aitenSance. upon! W. Patton secretary of this department Blissful Hours When theSaloons'Opened MUCH then handled by the lLI\ ,& N. from gir
thin occasion also. ; James G. Glass of Anniston Milton to destination. ] : Batteries! ab"i :
Yours very trulv.Vl Ala.i a native,of South Carolina; W. WAS SHIPPEDCITY Passengers for points on the P. &
\ H. HOULOWAY, M. Claybrook. of Huntsville Ala.; F. Yesterday A. board the steamer here in the afternoon J

:' State Supt Public Instruction. A. Brown of Christ church Savannah .. and remaining all night In Lego
P ;! I* A. Spencer dean of St Milton; leave the following morning,
Orlando Fla. Oh, Blissful Were the Hours. have that at 7 o'clcob
Cathedral thought
A.s Luke's ; OF TAMPA,CARRIED OUT AN as a regular schedule Is being maintained Fl't5
PULL BOAT HEREAFTER Matthew Brewster Mobile, Ala.; Oh, Blissful were the hour. the saloons would close their 'doors from Milton to River Junction. All kinds of Electric Bat <
Capt. W. N. Hawks, Atlanta; ExGOT. When to the bars ire held us, forever.! IMMENSE CARGO TO MILTON The K & N. has no connection whatever teries for launches. I have
Joseph F. Johnston. of Birming- And got outside the't booze But at any rate the doors of the with the City of Tampa..
WORK ham Ala. and John W. "Wood, of With which they lure supplied- us. saloons were allowed to open and YESTERDAY., Some passengers take n roundaboutroute just what you want. Ask me

New. York. there was:a rush as though there WAS going, by way of Flomaton. about them: '
Forgotten were our sorrows only one drink In'the bar and every Georgian and over the A. & F, to
Nor reeked we cf the gale. man was anxious to obtain it, One ,Owing to the washouts on.the P. & their destination.
ox A boat known as a pull boat, owned BASEBALL As we hid about our persons saloon man said last night that he A. division of the L. & St. and the
by the J. J. McOskill Co. of Free- Old rye, and beer,and ale. sold half-a barren of beer in 27 min fact that no freight can be shipped by ,Phone No. 178 0fa

port, reached the city yesterday coming AU honor to the utes, which he claimed was a record that route, he City of Tampa carried
here to seek work In floating i Who on our plight Mayor took pity- for Pensacola. an:immense cargo of freight yesterday Is Now Working.Sol E. W. Peake
s 'vessels that are on the beach. Of American League. He's a credit to himself While there were lut few' noticeable when she left her wharf at 1.20 Cahn& Co.; S
r a course the boat Is for use only In 'PiMlAdelphia-New York, rain. Likewise, to this here city 'drunks on the streets the police o'clock in the afternoon. Marge
{ small vessels A 'contract 1. little Quantity of the freight shipped to Electrician.New
floating Chicago 3. Cleveland -THE SAMPLER. did a better business than Move to Brent Building. .
7 was secured shortly after arriving National League. during the past few (days which points long the P. ,& A. Is now beingIT Ausfleld & Brent the..architects, now
I t here to float one of the smacks of New, York 7, Philadelphia 6. Distilled Joy or sorrow or whateverit shows the wisdom in keeping the ;joy IlJ.3U.have offices In the building., rooms Star Laundry Building.
r i Warren& Co.. and the men operating (Boston 2, Brooklyn 3, first game might be termed was sold in large dispensers closed during the days Esat,
the boat believe they will be success Boston 1, Brooklyn 2, second game quantities In Pensacola yesterday be- that many were 'on the. streets with IS FOR LADIES,_ TOO.
te ful by this morning. !Pittsburg 0, Chicago 4. 'tween the hours of noon and 7pm. nothing to do. Lower Palafox street .
The men reported that between the That week-old thirst complained of was a rather lively place during the They. Can Stop Their Hair Falling Out fUNERAL, OFH. ();
I Narrows and Pensacola eight schoon First Snow of Season. by many by reason of the fact that late hours of the afternoon, but none I With Herplcide. ,
ers were on the beach and that noth I Colorado Springs. Colo.. Oct. 4.- all saloons were closed was satisfied of the crowds grew; bolsterbua. No Ladies who OPEN FOR TIt
have this: hair and H.JEANETTE
y ing had been heard from th$ settlement The,first snow of the season. fell to- and to judge from reports some chairs were to to had in'any'of the whose hair is falling out .
at fast Pass. day. of those who imbibe occasionally saloons. All were removed< or placed hair falling out, and can thicken preventthe the atar

where they could not be secured. growth with Newbro's "Herpicide." tt

: ... Parties who wanted to booze for any,Besides Herpicide Is one of the most REMAINS PLACED AT REST YESTERDAY It
length of time were compelled to,
hair _
agreeable dressings there is.
9. stand-possibly in order that the bartenders ; Herpicide kills the dandruff germ"that AFTERNOON IN ST. BUSINESSThe elp

might see when they had; eats i'the hair off at the root After JOHN'S CEMETERY.
F enough and there was little or no i.the germ is destroyed the root will ,
disorder in any of the places. shoot and the hair
np grow long as p'Z
r Until Mayor Bliss changes his present ever: Even
a sample will
4 I fi The remainsof Engineer H, H.
orders the saloons will open. at
;, 6 a. m. and close at 7 p. zn. [an indispensable lady'that Newbro's toilet requisite.Herptdde is It Jeannette were placed at rest yesterday p'k

contains no oil or grease It will not afternoon St. John's cemetery
i \ a large number of
staid, or dye / sorrowing friends
RAISING THE For sale by W. A.h D'Alemberte and relativesbeing' 'present to pay Klein Grocery
their last sad tribute of
druggist and apothecary, 121 South respect.
Palafox The members of Pensacola Lodge Company is for
street or send lOc In
stamps No. 3, and the Brotherhood of Loco-1 J open 2
for to
sample The
Herplcide Co.,
Mich motive Engineers attended in a business its old. 6.ti
BEER body the deceased being a member tid
of both orders. I and tit
stand Main
CHAINS Mr. Jeannette died from the effects ,corner
4 of injuries 'receivea last week when I
THE VESSEL, AND A' GETTING his engine ran into a.washouton the Palafox streets and
{ is with the POINTS ON ,
.heavily impregnated Southern Alabama dlTlsbn'near
HOISTING ENGINE LS IN Monroe, Ala -- solicits continuanceof
nutritious extracts of malt, and LAUNDRY WORK a d
. POSITION.Yltrrk Julius'Caesar.was .
.. ,I the that e
: I hops, but very light in alcohol Is always desirable its mark a manof and be nerve-but became sickness aged before left patronage o
( of raising the ,tug Florence before sending his time. Sickness Is often caused has been bestowed f.I

, The great quantity of vegetable cereal ingredients :Witherbee, which lies on the east ments to the your gar- by a torpid liver.. Herbine,will regu 1p
contained when compared to the small amount of side of Palafox wharf where she laundry. late your liter and give yon health. the past
Mrs. Carris
sunk Anyone who has Austin Hollon Kansas t
f during the hurricane, was commenced his
tS. alcohol in Gerst beer, makes it in every sense,,of yesterday afternoon, and it laundry done writes "1 consider-HerMn the best Fresh be-
at the goods are
L: the word a genuine temperance-food beverage! Illways Is believed that the tug Will be rais- ,Star I I m euerer. heard,otwithout I..ann never G
I ed this morning and placed to position will tell you of its highquahty received daily and
I -
,./ drink it with your meals; It to be repaired. A big lighter ,laundry work. I CREW NOTICE ing 0I
a hoisting engine aboard went
: .i aids digestion wonderfully alongside of the tug yesterday after Neither the Captain; Owners none, but the best are
noon and chains The Star StLaundry nor"Conlfpeea ,of tile Belie
S were passed under I hIe. wig be
THE, Wit GERST BREWING CO, Nashville, Tea*. the vessel and everything Is In readi- ,I de1r, s CODtraete4 by the Crew for offered the trade. C
: ness fpr commencing of the work of said veeaei t

.t PETER BELL Wholesale Dealer. this morning. t1L'LF''Tlla.ISIT, (,0:.Le Paifaro..Capt. f
Yesterday a big lighter which .was '37 &.Garden 8t Phone 114 -- t
I S jammed[ In between Palafox and Jefferson TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
street wharves was removed Pensacola, Fla. t

r by toga and towed off for: repairs. PARTNER qulre4. Box NA.TED-Ne 331.. ..' capital boctitIilllIliiiii re- Klein Grocery Co


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and come to us 'to OFFERING ASSISTANCE. Commencing l Friday Morning, Promptly at 8 o'clock, im 1'' iru

see our new Many letters and telegrams of sympathy the citizens of Troy 'Ala. for. your -'..- we will close out all of the goods that were wet'or 'damaged !N j 1
were received? in the city yesterday suffering people. I N in cost. <
by Mayor Bliss and.others, Tery.respectfully, .- 10 the recent storm regardless of We will also place N .
STEIN BLOCH and in each. Instance checks were "J. L. TROTMAN.From !fti b on '9 o'c/ock.Frlday morning" :f: N ; ,
fOl warded or else offers. of assistance "

were and telegrams made. Some are) as' of follows these: letters Tallahassee J. Emmet, Fla.., Oct.Wolfe/1.: 1906. I I 1D 375 doz z Sample Hose Chi'arens One-Third Off Regular./Pace q< !yy ki

Special Fall Shapes in From Congressman Lamar. "Frank L.. Mayes. Pensacola Fla. wuDon't and Mens. .
"My Dear Sir:-1 big to enclose my
Sack Suits, straight "Hon.. "New York, Sept. 28, 1906. check for $15.00 for the fund for'the N : miss this chance 'of a lifetime to buy good staple A I'm

from where' fashion is cola,Chas.Fla. H.: Bliss Mayor. Pensa relief the of recent those terrible who. lost storm their in Pensa homesin N ,);:;: Hosiery at such a sacrifice In price. .: N, ; ,.

born. give storm"Dear me in the Sir-The Pensacola dreadful morning'news and Escambia, of papers the cola."I sympathize deeply with my' fellow N b Men's, Ladies' and Children's' fOe Hosiery, ,. V 62C Rl; t

Suits-$15.00 to $35.00. county.end I only am hope grieved the.beyond dispatches: expression exaggerate I I J "I citizens hope in there this who disaster.will have be suffered no- despair. so but severely m p Men's Ladies' and Children's J5c Hosiery, : ": ;: .' x. '"' \'. ., '. tOe 31m

the destruction. that with the Indomitable spirit that = Men's Ladies' and Children's 25c Hosiery : Y" 19c "
N ; ;; 0ru
The kind that will "There will be some distress among has ever characterized the citizens of %, r .
I some 'of the people, 'I know and 1 en- Pensacola, they will enter at once Ladies' Children's 39c 25c 4
make you feel prosperous I close my check .for one .hundred dollars upon the work 'of repairing the dam Men's, and., Hosiery, :, -- ., ,4 ',

and look prosperous. II I United to States help relieve government the same.can do If anything the- age"I and congratulate building you up a upon greater.the superb city. m Ladies' Finest 50c Hose, ., * 33c : N;

at the-navy yard or in the city manner in which The "Journal- surmounted < .
-- I please let me know and.I will Inform difficulties and gave to the Ladies' Finest Silk Hose at 'ridiculously low prices. : ..
the authorities at"Washington of what public its realistic story of Pensa- a "

ne you extending may say. Mrs.our_Lamar sympathy joins to with.thepeople I i I cola's greatest disaster. With. best N Remember, these are not. old shop-worn or water-damaged goods, but fresh NN 11j

STANDARD CLOTHING t rOe. and best wishes for the future. -I regards, "Very" truly yours e and new., We bought the entire sample line of one of the most prominent N '

I am"Very, with truly regards you I "J. EMMET WOLFE." m e hosiery;mil/s at a big,sacrifice .and will give our customers chance to lay In a tUm

"W.. B. LAMAR.P. .- I Congratulations From Montgomery. supply of these wtJnJe"tulJar; ; gains on Friday morning. ftjb

S.-I hope congress will give "Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 3, 1906.
Pensacola the gra-iLg dock in December "Hon.' Sol Cahn' relief committee
SCARRITT MORENO, next and build the- entire militarv Pensacola Florida. _
SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. road from Pensacola, to.the'navy yard. '"Dear Sir:-Your telegram f filed at Special Bargains Hand-Painted. Vases and Art Pottery. ,
Ajcr.t for Diebold" Canton Safe Ohio.and Lock -Co., W. B. I* Pensacola October, 2nd, was receivedby .N NI.N .

Office and --Salesroom: E. Ger. St. Congressman Lamar: also addressed me this morning and 1 am, indeed 100 Sample Vases, beautiful hand-painted goods, made to retail at $3.50 to $16.50 each, to go on sale N.m } ''
a letter to Geo.'W.. Pryor in which he glad, as are all citizens of Montgomery .
stated that hfl- ,was watching the that your city finds'itself equal to at 10 o'clock Friday morning at aboutone-third their actual value. nrN -t.
SOMETHING NEW paPerS closely"for news from Pensa- the appalling- emergency with whichit
cola, and hoped that the storm had was suddenly confronted.
fold-tilled 25 and 30c paIrw.
Beflj Pins per
? J been "oUr offer of assistance '
magnified by the.papers.Offer pecuniary "'
A. Gahlenbeck; 213 S. Palafoi SL from"Selmal; was 'prompted by motives of common Special Clean-Up Sale.of. all Water-Damaged Goods Regardless of Cost i

,rSelma, Ala, Oct.'3. ,1906.. humanity and deep 'sympathy'for al, _
COTTRELL.FINE sister city in distress but It' is a"subject OJ N.Nt t
"Hon. C. H. Bliss Pensacola, Fla
PHOTOGRAPHS. "We extend sympathy. to your, people 'for universal and, 'particularly, i Boys' $2 Winter Suits, all sizes; to go at.$1.25 | Boys' $3 Tweed or Cheviot Suits, to at. . .$1.95 NI

Pensacola.. Fla. and will be glad to lend you. our city southern can care congratulations for' her'' own that destitute your rj! One. lot of Men's Sample Working pants; ,. worth $1.75 and $2, to go in this sale for 98 cents. ru.'N { : ;
aid if
needed."H. without having to '-. tt tt'i
B. ATKINS outside aid. recourse appealsfor : 'rJ : .
BELL "Mayor." IN 1-1
PHOTOGRAPHERS TURTON &SINCE 1873. "Pensacola Fla., Oct. 4, 1906. "That the work of reliet in your mt
stricken city has been so promptlyand Ilul IaI1noa cSz:1:: CO.m.aGG
Kodak Supplies. FinisStnj! lor Amilrtrs. "Hon.Ala. H. "B.* Atkins. Mayor, Selma,. efficiently organized is a' tributeto .

R. K. WHITE, ., "Many thanks for your message* of prise Pensacola's and must patroitism command and general enter ad- ojLfljLiug T8T nrB3A Aoioioiffi y 5*
and offers of aid. Our
sympathy relief -
*atcrwar.M r! :tactuM 3Jewsler. aiJ Graduate miration. 3 j
Street Pensacola. Fla. committees are caring for home '. 'CiGrr.e o'.aGiT..i'.sGaf.cG ..
Paialox wT.cGGGGGG6a6.
rrtkisn.30 S. less. "Accept the congratulations of the i'.sCiGi.+GGG6.tic{ GTwB ,
citizens of Montgomery and their i it
Tersely ToldThe "Mayor." earnest of wishes for a speedy of -rehabilitation < ............... .................... 4 1)t
thoseiportions your-sturd ,
Troy Sends Assistance. city laid waste by the storm and =
arrivein d "Troy Ala., Oct. 3. 1906. flood. BO UY U DAMABE AlONG
British steamer Gamma
port late yesterday afternoon.A. "Hon. Chas. H. Bliss, Mayor, "Pensa "Yours very truly !i SIDEBOARDS AND CHINA f j1'!
cola Fla: "W. M, TEAGTJE,
P. Hardee, a prominent citizen 01 "Dear Sir-I send you $51.25 from "Mayor."

)short Milton business was; in'the visit city yesterday'<. on .a LREhiON'BEACH AlABAMA A CLOSETS | I'I
--- jEC ]
: '
'Lucian Minor; of Nashville, superintendent .
of"the--Southern. ExpresSuCdm.PEflSlCIIU .19 NIGHT s.., of ;f
pang is in the city on business" Y.4M. C1A'1 5,. I We never have had so manypretty; ; ones as .t .. .
nected with his office. .
Sidney R. Schulte formerly of cOJ-j : RIVER we have now-made of quartered oak, highly *

.. city but new of Mobile where \ I 1 polished and marvels of beauty and ele- *
cashier at the L. & N. freight depot, PRAISED fOR SCHOOl TO. :
is in the city. He arrived.yesterday ,' : ;" :\. ,. gance. *. ,
morning to attend the funeral of Engineer -' Remains of Three--Year-Old Entire Cotton Crop of Low- I
H. H. Jeanette, and will probably '

remain in the city .until tonight. SPIRIT OPEN Son of J. T. Mathews- N lands Destroyed-River j i! ,$ J 5.OO to $65.00 f i '

Blue Ribbon
Everybody prefers
in Creek. Rising Rapidly.The .
Lemon and Vanilla Absolutely pure ,
I I po twice is as perfection.far and the-"Blus Ask for RibbonFlavor" the r The badly decomposed body of the >_ Why not give one for that wedding present. ..f t ; ;

I5c size. in Next Monday Night and In- three-year-old son of J. T. Mathews Mobile Item of Thursday
And Gameness tender of the Escambla bridge, has :
vc been recovered. It was found Tuesday evening says:
Phone No. 178 structors Have Been The steamer City of Mobile arriv- MARSTON A
ue Caring 'For :Destituteand up in a river near Ferry Pass and QUINA I _
Is Now Working.Sol about,five miles from the point where ing here last night late from Selma 1 : ,
Declining Aid. Engaged. the body of the mother was found. brings news, of the most distressing 108x110 Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. :{
Cahn & Co. The remains were buried on the r nature of conditions along the Alabama i '

.. same day at "Westville, beside those river resultant from an overflow i.....,.......................................... .. ...
OPERATIONS Among the many telegrams received Next Monday night' at 7:30 o'clock of the mother. in the river;. which occurred ;,

yesterday was one praising.Pen-I the classes in the Y. Ml: C. Al night Starch Plant Destroyed.New rapidly and almost without warning. 'on 4
school will be
organized and It' is 1m.porta'nt
" sacola for her gameness in declining York Oct. 4.-The dismantled Officers of the steamer state that : Socfl I
9 that all who expect to join National Starch Companyat I Southern Grown' jj E EJ
assistance and announcing to the plant of the the river is in a turbulent condition, Nursery :
this night school should either be on Glencove was destroyed by fire '
By Associated Press. for steadily and was thirty feet or i j
world that she was able to care rising .
New York Oct. 4.The light that hand at this time,cr notify the association last night. Tie buildings covered a :Montgomery yesterday True Natomo. \ \ f
was from"qeo. A. Waterman more high at
her own. It of three acres and was the
failed three ago and left Margaret : of space '""
g. Huber,years then 3 years of age formerly telegraph editor of the the courses desired.:: most complete starch manufacturingplant For miles the river Is strewn wiui Budded and Grafted Pecans, June Bud and \ [ ;
Times-Democrat, who is No class on any subject will be' The loss Is of one
brought back New Orleans in the world.. logs and debris and the corpses .
- blind has. been 1i
stone by a series of operations which well known in'this'city having many organized unless at least twelve men about $J3.000.000.Why f tie\ sheep hogs and other live I ica year Peach, Strawberry, Roses, Shade and Ornamental ; ; '1\?\.

opthalmologisfs: declare remarkableThe : friends and acquaintances acre. His apply. A' few application3 for the . --- ---- stock I I i Trees of all kinds. Everything true to a ; ; ,J:- '
telegram was as follows: boys -- is this alL The most distressing j
knife was used in an extreme preparatory course for:: mechanical Nor
case of iridocyclitis. and the chances "Mobile, Ala., Oct. 3. 1906. drawing, arithmetic and Spanish news of the sudden rise is the name, or money cheerfully: refunded. Write for ; ; fi
{ teemed to be 100 to 1 that -the Irritation "Frank L. Mayes; Pensacola, Fla."pensacola's have been"received.. fact that the entire coton crop of the i price list at once. ; ; I I
friends everywhere THEREASON has
from: which the blindness low lands along the Alabama
arose would be increased: The accepted glory in her'gameness and magnifi- Prof. L. B. Lockhart, Instructor in been ruined. This has been causedby C. R. LONG i -f'. -
authorities on eye diseases cent pride in caring for herOwn. Sucha mathematics "and science In 'the Pen- the inudation of the low territory Nurseryman, Andalusia, Ala : .

., State that in such extreme cases op- spirit springing from such a disaster sacola high school has been engagedto which extends along the Alabama .................................. .
eratiohs are rarely successful.John is an honor to the whole I take charge of the toys"-: preparatory W. H. White & Co. from Mt Pleasant to the river z'
A. Price, of the: opthalmic department American people. course. junction above the cib. a distance of f .
of the German Polyclinic, "G.. A. WATERMAN.." Mr. Cates local engineer for',the Continue to Recommend over 101 miles.: SCHOOL BOOKS. r :
performed the operat'ons.TEMPERATURE' L & N. Ralroad will! have cl1ar:/, That so much of the cotton crop
of tIe:: mechanical: drawing and-I. J. Vinol. has been destroyed will come as' disappointing and School Supplies, Bags.. Straps Scholars Companion, Sponges, Slates, Pencils, '..>,t: 1'1
Napoleon Bonapart. / Diaz will conduct the class Tablet, Erasers, Ruler, Drawing Pencils, Book KnapSaek for Boys; Ink Pens, : [
SpanSL news to a great many. Penholders. All Text Books sold at.publl.her' prt elo Store Jammed full ot .,i I
showed,- at the battle of Austerlitz, he ;: Other instructors will'be engaged First:* Because it Is not a patent The loss t3 planters will be very School Supplies. '
was the greatest Leader In tide world. if there Is a demand for ether medicine and it contains'besides ton- heavy Judging from the nature of reports :
DEGREESThe Obe's BOOS: S"tore
OF 82 Ballard's Snow Liniment has shown subjects. ic iron all of the medicinal curative brought down. > t I t
the public it Is ,the best Liniment in I le ansnts of cod liver oil actually The unusual rise at this time is New Brent Building. Phone 235. :
y maximum temperature at Pen the world. A quick cure for:Rheuma. SUGAR STOCKS taken from fresh cods' livers, but due tok heavy rains over the upper :-
sacola yesterday according: to the< tism Sprains Burns Cuts etc. A. C. BRING LOW PRICE without a drop of oil! to nauseate and watersheds. Whether the same con. DAY ELECTRIC .
)r feather bureau; was 82 degrees at Pitts. Rodessa, La., says "I''' used Ballard's -I upset the stomach and retard its ditions exist along the. Tombigbee '
3:40: p. m.. while the minimum was Snow Liniment In my family By A-.oelated fess.. work therefore, wherever old-fash- could not be learned today., because W. T. BEDWELL. PRES. AND MANAGER. ; :: ,
; Prepared to do an electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone (70 ADd a 1
d 69 degrees at 6 a. m. Last year on and .find it unexcelled'for sore chest,.1 New York Oct Srcuritles hav- ioned cod lifer oil or emulsions will there were no arrivals from that representative will calL. W.. T. Bldwell. President and Manager, 205 S. Baylen ,-
the same date tie maximum was 77 headache corns, Infact anything that ing a face value :> and representing do good Vinol will do far more good. waterway. The supposition Is that street. ,
d degrees and the minimum 72 degrees, can be reached by a liniment"Typewriters. the entire capitalization of Second: Because- Vin9l acts first the sudden rise extends- to that J tJ J-
with .02 of an inch rainfall the Empire Sugar Refining Company upon the stomach creates a healthy stream. I. -
have ''been sold at public auction at appetite, strengthens and tones up :When' the qty of Mobile came .
d NOTICE.To Adrian H. Mun r's auction' rooms. the digestive organs purifies and enriches through the Alabama she was risln:; .n:
Tie company Is" one of the sugar the blood, and In a natural rapidly and fast inundating the land
whom It may concern: On my submerged which Indicates : NIGHT .
e concerns started by Adolph Segal manner restores health and strength. not previously SC.HOOL. .1
l lot t in front 'of my residence there i! whose loans had much to do with Third: Because! Vinol contains that the area under water Isncreasing. '
different: kinds of timber, lumber, I The'best Standard Typewriters offered wrecking the Real Estate Trust Company Injurious drugs to react upon the ( .
t etc.. the hurricaneof for ten days only, at a_ great sacrifice no bowling # 1
drifted there by of Philadelphia. The. securI- every ingredient being named When the steamer 'was .-
Sept. %1. If, owners do not cal for .cash. .: ties brought only $225,000.' The system the; label a patient knows exactly :- along and nearing the river wharves : '1
1 fcr same and remove 'It In 48 hours, One Remington. ICo.. 7. Been .used. plant of the company is at Edgewa--: on what he Is. taking. she struck a submerged obstruction DO YOU WISH TO KNOW MORE ABOUT BOOKKEEPING PENMANSHIP "i
I will and sell same at 6 months, perfect condition .i..J35.00One remains of the ,. BUSINESS COMMER.. ;... ,
remove It 6. Fine condition ter. N. J. It is planned to have a I Jburta!! : Because we never sold believed to be the SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING PAPERS ;
Nblic sale for. handling; and storage. Fay...Sholea.........'No.......t." ............125.00 daily capacity of 2,500 barrels of refined anything in our store that gave such side-wheel steamer Gamma, and narrowly CIAL LAW.CORRESPONDENCE ARITHMETIC, SPELLING-IN SHORT > fALL
M. JACOBY. On used sugar. Last spring the plant universal satisfaction for old people, scaped sinking. BRANCHES OF STUDY. THAT COMPRISE. FIRST-CLASS. BUSI,1:
>t 4th, 1906. .. I nBeen.hreeewks.n ......$70.00 was sold to Charles M. Warner of weak sickly women and, children, She struck the submerged obstraation NESS EDUCATION? THEN. DO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND OUR .# Jr;, : .
No. 7 BllcTtenderfer, Good conditlon' the Warner Sugar RefinIng' company nursing mothers, and to build up the on the starboard side to which (
lASS: One .................'...'.........$15.00 who has since operated it.: Mr. War system after a severe sickness, and. was lashed a barge laden with cot- NIGHT SCHOOL. .J 'j ? '

f *to ND GLAZING; One new.No...3.,..Fox.......-.Practically........:....bran.....$70.00 the ner company sold: all the as security bonds and for stock a loan of for relieving bronchitis hacking and coughs ait throat, chord sal c rigging ton. For or quite guard a were distance carried the away ont .. t -ft; :t

e B. WELLS, 10 E. INTENDENCIA.NOTICE. One months No. .3..FoX...".'....Been.......used.;...,.two...$84.00 made by himself; to Mr. Segal. The lung colds troubles. and the cotton.loaded on that aide ,.'. .: P s.t.
No. 23 Fox Visible. Been used amount of the loan win not be disclosed -. Try Vinol on' our guarantee. W. fell upon the barge. The steamer
Bids are requested discharge: the One two months *.........>,..:........$52.00 yet H_ WhIte' & Co..' Druggists. Quivered. from stem to stern when PENSACOLA BUSINESS COLLEGE. J2j? :ffIj ,
Within few
w a
the wreck.
and'win we are sole agentsfor she struck
offer. While
overstocked the Note.-
Ferreira -
cargo of deals of Portugese shiP I am for ten days only.,tor cash. + NOTICE Pensacola It Is now for seconds afterwards the city of Mobile "
Above Vinol In Phones 900 and 1037. :M
and take charge of.same carp Loulcvlll and Nashville Railroad. store and.-was made fast at ; j
In Recovered
leading1 drug
for benefit and account of room. it Pefular train service between Pensa-' sale at the r'r .
cola-aDd.-MooD will be town and city In the the wharves without further Incident. I
Slay B.BRUCE resumed cncern. F., messing: with train No. C nt 7:00 o'clock country. Look for the Vinol Uencr I As a cargo she had over 700 bale '.- : f
.)l.UWOS, in-October tr*. No service.between freight. ".
L 6t '.' 11-:_' ;. .:" ,"Master., *.. ..4i.if.Brent. Building.. Mobile:and New Orleans. _:. .. ., in. your .town .of cotton and gene ,.. .' '!',

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wfh'wy3tiag pjgducersjof our,own: without jCoiutaiZL,-..and :oi\ theauthority"r. State sMistiditferences'therti nto rter04n the; Internal! I No woman+s hawitho

t tttmtl state:hava':to:'cope.: \ !: )T o'fl-mishit., }Ve i .to'order;.that-Ameri "WomanNightman s, _ness can be COIn I
Jltniurola lo.e their
J money
citizens "
From the turpentine operatorsfrom suspect that about the only argument i: can" may not be affected ut that be advanced In support ana hat.cur,trade may IS her
the saw mill men:-from', ,.the ; of- our interferences can :that:,the <<: ':The argument that our govern- nature tott if

a railroads-ias come the: demand for disturbances there' must affect our ment'cannot'jiermit'dissensions. ; '( In and \vantO i, (

DAILY WEEKLY. : more labor;, and ,so serious has the trade.: So mueh;American money has Cuba *ffl apply,'with, much greater asmuch50asit; I

i situationbeCom that' it 'Is not long been ')InveBtedj there that the ,United I force_ ;to MexiCO. i.. tlovcthebe.d
__ ago:that;the.friends of a certain,rail r' and
... ';. x. _. The_ critical ordeal through which the expectant P lire.
in another ---- -
road section 'of the state;
...BY. must
however;is fraught with,dread, pain IJas&
apologized for the condition of the suffering and .
THE JOU NAL pOMPANY. roadbed upon the ground that It wasimpossible Thanks Pirates S very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror atE.

s to secure a sufficient force Mr. Hearst necessity for,reproduction of life to be.either painful or d?!/ IS*

of section hands. The use. of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for the ; 604-
T4k FRANK L President 'and General 1 Manage J -
those Facts such as these should lead i Industry for Opposition | that it is U safely always,passed without any danger. This great and ominge WoHl{Itremedy 1

to make come concerted
a MEMBER THE ASSOC'ATm PRESS. 'effort .to divert this direction plid exyernally,
Ja _apWI
r ', .' 04 11 '
= carried 8'lnIJ
some portion of the great / :
Immigration that Is pouring of women,through
OM YEar ... ... ...;.:..:.IS 00 One Month .. .. ... .. .. (5 now' g William: Randolph Hearst deliveredthe temptible:' crisis'wit 0
Six Months .. .. ... ? .. J 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 into the country following speech at the .great He has' kept no single public trying out,suffering .
f; Three 'onth3.. .. ..' .. 115 Weekly Edition per ,.ear..U f0iF Land and labor are as much the meeting In Brooklyn;, promise' that he made to secure the Send for,free book containing information of
the lines' la,people's rotes, and/ has broken no priceless Talus to aU zpocunt motberuTin rl
sources of all human wealth' as they My Frienda think ; e lid
were In the days of Adam Smith this campaign should be clearly t private pledge that he. made to .secure BradfiiW Regulator Co., Atlanta, fia.We .

The. Only Peacola Newspaper From mafcba? Hetaffed We have the land but :where, and drawn'-between those who are in favor corporation ,campaign funds. '
Circulation Stat ment Can 8 e Secured of,special privilege and those who ,He Is a notorious example of the
boyare'we to get the labor? are In favor :of popular rights between confidence tuna In 'public life, of the ,NNNe .. ............................ ...........

The following are among the states those who are Iff favor of gov- petty larcenist In politics who secures : have just received at Pensacola a of 5000
cargo barrels
ernment by for their private preferment he,does not deserveby Brand, first qualityBelgium Eae! :
Editorial Reoml 38 I Papers on Sale on Trains men and senators Included .in David corporations In favor promIses.. he does not intend to
tun { I profit and those,who are ,
s Blllineu Onite 1500 and stall News Stands. Graham Philip's blacklist: Joe ot government by 'the, people for the perform. : Portland Cement 1 I

Bailey Joe Cannon, 'Senator Aldrich, public benefit. "f District Attorney Jerome declares

"Gum Shoe" Bill Stoned: Foraker ;The Independence League was created te will bolt_his party ticket and vote f in cooperage. :

: Offic.a-Jour'al; Building-Corn. Intendencla and DeLuna'Sts.- Spooner, 'Lodge,' Nelson, Kean and for,the,purpose, of...freeing the for Mr. Hughes. '" : Also, We have offer In stock It In ear at Pensacola load and our lea than car loads, for prompt shipments;
and I While condoling with Mr. Hughes I i II
government from the corrupt con
Elkins. And there other not
are taminating control of corporations wish publicly to thank Mr. Jerome : Apex Wood Fibre Plaster, and Texas Brand Hair <.

s PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY 'MOR.'ilNG.' OCTOBER 5, 1906. and liberating the people from such t for his opposition to me.. Z Fibre Plaster. Keystone Lime in Car load lots. 3;
unequal and un-American conditions.The I have ,always conscientiously opposed
A Matter That 'Your collect telegram win our and
Might Be get prices shipments can be
-- Interests iliad
and the I
Democratic Convention at But these men the day your order cornea in. <>
4c An Alabama contemporary., de ists to come to Pensacola and spend Looked Into.In falo openly and scornfully repudiatedthe that they' representI .

scribes Pensacola as "crushed. No money. In legitimate enterprise-and corporation agents who were I .could not conscientiously accept i Carolina Portland Cement i I
x --only "rushed. that is what a refusal to pass this a recent discussion of the convict there to Invest their masters. moneyIn t'their' support under any. circumstances Company

ordinance means-will 'be .anythingbut ;; question the Birmingham AgaHEraId the purchase of delegates, and that, whatsoever.I \ GA. T.
.The Montgomery Journal opines complimentary to Pensacola's es- touched upon-a point taht has repudiation was one thing that madeit I present all* these'corporation attorneys jI \.e..o................IOINIfP1II.

f that Senator Bailey's bands' are fulL tablished reputation for enterprise, been too often Ignored and which II possible for the nominees of the I along with the campaign I
:Also his pockets Independence League to accept the funds or'all their:corporation masters
-3. and will hurt the city's business .Interests might possibly be well to touch up Democratic endorsementThe in one big bouquet to the corporation

Bishop Potter: hag a poor opinion In-more ways than one. now and then in our:own state. corporation forces are now ticket of the corporation party. -

of "the smart set." Nothing smart The Journal feels sure that, witha After referring to certain reforms united behind the corporation attorney -.. I am sometimes asked by well' G. DeSILVA & COMPANYCan

about the bishop anyway. better understanding of the matter that have been brought about In A'a-' of the corporation party,and the meaning people if I really Intend to I.-

;f-- thinks that and of the public's desires in; the llama, the Age-Herald goes on to say line' I have so 'long labored to have carry out my,promises. .I, do not! t
Little Freddy Funston clearly drawn is. clearly; : drawn at blame them for doubting for they
The I .
case the fouia gentlemen who voted reform has, however been but
in Cuba. Coming last fill orders for lumber sash doors win-
peace is coming : to kill this new piece of enterprise begun. As a rule the county'jails area have been deceived so often and so ,

heavily disguised evidently., will alter their position and support disgrace to civilization, and the In all my' speeches and In .all the t outrageously.But" ] dow Glass and all material.We A
treatment (X the county convicts is a acts of my life I have endeavored tp let me call their attention to
The attention of ,church sociable I
the ordinance. It certainly 'should
tnarne to the entire state. Legislation important this fact:. Mr. Ryan and Mr. Bel- won't be able to make special work IfNo'-
L managers is respectfully called to the be reconsidered and: The Journal sincerely In relation to county convicts Is sad. ]J wont Mr. Morgan and Mr. Rockefeller -

prevailing scarcity of oysters. hopes that it will pass. ly needed and the state board of convict acknowledge the assistance.I have re-i have no doubts on that ques for a few days. Send your orders. (

I Ithe inspectors could not better serve ceived from others.. ,tlOIL- .An
teic2 Pensacola has 33 ,feet of water on
(Standard Oil Rogers has discovered the state than by preparing a bill.covering Nothing has helped me more to]'| The KNOW I am going to carryout 1of
i ; bar, and there was also a good mak lhte distinction clear than the
I that distressing subject It Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
that there' Is no room In this country may my promises and that Is the reason
deal of beer on the bar yesterday. I for grumblers. Great mistake- be possible to .pass ,a wise, just and opposition of Alton: B. Parker, wile that every: newspaper on their payroll '1
fi humane bill despite the ring'' of sel liam F. Sheehan, Edward Shepard '
t corporation lawyer In their
; "Dr." Cooper, of St. Louis fame, i there's plenty of room at.the top, and fish Interests that will rise up against Paul D. Cravath, District Attorney},I employ every or on their ticket, every po- tWtr:

will evidently soon have a ,barrel_ of II if Tom Lawson isn't on top of Rogers it. An effort to do so should be made. Jerome and other: corporation attorneys : = I\\
Utica henchman In their hire is }
his own to, cooper, if-he keeps on. all signs' falL.Another We have no means of knowing the .and paid.political agents of corrupt ,{' and attacking and denouncing opposing NN..................... ........................Ol/li
I Interests Uton B. Parker Is :q Z $b'
.., exact nature, of the conditions that and defaming me.I t
Now the lid Is lifted and the beerbolls i typical corporationlawyer.; He can be:I J''

o'er in foam and the topers all i Dangerous Type prevail In the various, county convict feed toehold any opinion, on any sub-: wish publicly to thank these Captain IN S-UElEI: 'oft

F have drifted back to their happy Of Statesman.One camps' of this state; but we do:know? jet.;,and argue any side of any case.:I Kldda of Industry, for their opposition !
I : Alton B. Parker-I the who tome, and to state that I am l5
home. that the physicians who come In contact attorney ; deeply touched by their unconscious -5 5mt
of our contemporaries In discussing with the'state convicts, are unan. appeared In the election case on the. tribute ,to my sincerity and honesty, j! 5c
Jerome i side; of th$ election criminals in the AGAINST OR.TORNADO I
has gone over to the.Republicans. the just.. retribution that has imous In their opinion that the great ,TeQ"court- he had formerly graced:)i I even though it comes from buccaneers
Some men's Democracy is overtaken Senator Bailey declares who only know what honesty' 4
majority of the prisoners come to and there argued a against the very
purely a matter of circumstances, that 'i.Is through having seen it in others Your House Household Goods, Stock Aof tlK
them from the various county jails opinion he himself had formerly rendered Goods, Store, or anything of value In I
anyhow. There Is a determination that the in a condition that 'says little for' the ;,and there-: succeeded In secure!('I than themselves. one of our companies. We offer the very I 1st:
I I am .almost proud'or'the best protection at the lowest possible i tarIff leate1:
as opposition
The Tampa Tribune has- same men shall not serve the trusts manner' In which 'those jails are, too ing: s ownvverdict j rates., AIM. accident and bond Insur- I
.t come out and the people at the same time. ; ) ;the.arguments: of I IJt1M of these men aqg;of,the Inter, ," ante.'Springfield .
flatfooted. against the discreditable That seems 'to be the determination, often conducted a"reversaiiot nat'a1i; :effective as I.I Ithf I jests I which they represent confidenceq .. : Je:

sidewalks, of that city. So have we and that is Senator Bailey's danger. It might, on the whole, be well to + f5esmpldyers* ot,.r your confidence and of the .
In this city. The rebellion against the trusts Is look into'thiS matter-in Florida? with: .JJtdg :P t btverthele9s4t canfot -lof all the honorable"American citizens .. of Mass .. .. . .$ 7,337,875 48 + SPed I.
destined to change the complexion i ',be: that..Parker to'whom I seek to serve. 4I :
a view to rectifying such conditions : ;denlw _argued Westchester of N. Y.. I
If the Everglades are ever as dry of the Senate.' They have forced the lecure_ ,:the reversal of:Paker .nd to i ., 4,308,778 16 '

as some of the arguments heard on Issue until the people have almost as might prove :susceptible of IiII deny: ;the people th If:,political.'rights.I- FiremenV of N. J.,.' 3,794,615 |l' plc an
the other extreme ment. .
r the subject, the governor will prob- consented to'go'to conservative pro I ,* GOVERNMENT: OWNERSHIP : Alliance of Phil ha
not accept t
and even torportheirto' ., 2,034,688 11 wl
be satisfied., /i _*-
ably a JllPENSAG4LA .
men; ... .
1 ,* Washington,Verdict. .: Caledonian of Scotland : ri
n : . 75 |
Thre Is no truth whatever In the /We think It will be found that there ft PHILOSOPHY. do i :pAia'-hfaUS,,&d it.. I 1:* -- r 1,883,209 t tic

I; report that John L. Sullivan has been are two varieties of "conservativemen" & ? -- '1! I wish to fthaalCtJudge. Parker for 'iE'H : Georgia Home of Columbus. .: 1,034,603 96 |Z tlf

,a' that drowned.he drowned.If !It was. just' his sorrows so from in'temperament our politics-those or conviction who are; *&. -. By Sam B., Russ. IE his"WilliamJ opposition HBheettan to me. Is,,the attorney\ !l William Jennings Bryan 'favorsflaveromjent 1: Shawnee of Kansas: . . .; 941,028 00 | ci fa

i for -' : railroads
the Transit and
Brooklyn Rapid ownership of sa
and those wbx- pose as conservatives fcjF'E'3x" kRilFifd;H1r ;WH aY J.H other Va. State of.Richmond .. 744,853 '82 *
public service corporations who the gc
Secretary Taft is still at the I as a for '. evils, suffered
simply that they may gain the confidence > buy politician ijtyrder> o be able to Aetna '
head of the war department, Isn't it 'of the people; and who, having : The secret of good manners Is good steal franchises and who debauch the'from the general peed*=A the trusts. life (accident & liability) 79,247,50400: ) t

about time that he was headed feeling., representatives of the people In order For 'the same purpose ROOsevelt- fa- National 1 Surety of N. Y. he
gained It,'.use it as a fulcrum upon i *I ., 2,216,714 00 *
toward Washington? : to be, able to exploit the of VQrs regulation and, government controL fuA
which to work the lever of thfeir unadulterated A cracked mirror can flatter as Ten. when :
years ago Bryan
the people. : {|I
s Maryland has on its hands a politician selfishness.: well as any other. William F. Sheehan was driven out favored the policy later adopted by .

t3. by the,name of Freezer Frye. Men of the'BaU y type are rarely A young girls' audacity generally of Buffalo because some of his corrupt Roosevelt, the Republicans wanted Combined, AssetS . . . .$103,543,870 71 $

Should be a good fat-frier for thejrafters cijangerofus. Their methods are too arises from Ignorance political practice had been exposed.: r to brand him an anarchist Now tES'

to freeze to' crude-the discrepancy: between their Ha is able to live In New ,York only .they raise the same cry and::call hima SOUTHERN INSURANCE AGENCY (Inc.) i 1 1i
professions and, their practice too All to the mustard-the average because the rest ot..hls corrupt political dangerous socialist Two years i

:= LilT Langtry who has once more ham sandwich of commerce practices have not yet been, ex- more education on this subject, ,with
obvious. the continued arrogance of the trust L. S. BROWN lfgr.Thiesen Building. I 13h
descended upon this land of the free casts shadow that call
W I The men to be feared In public life Love a men, I wish to publicly thank William railroad systems may show the people .
describes her complexion as "trouble- jealousy but which the wise man +
eome." Freddy Gebhardt once found 'i are those who have'so long posed as casts away.Honesty Sheehan, for his opposition to me. that ownership.the time Is ripe for government ................... .........................IINN
4 the friends of the people as to gatherto Paul D. Cravath is the corporation sxh

it'so. themselves a prestige whIch too may be the best policy attorney of Thomas Fortune Ryan, .
a -- often serves to conceal their true tut the man who holds such a policyis the speculative ,financier who ,put Phone No. 178 ..
The fact that President Cassatt hMthe liable to get bested, all, the same. through the criminal merger of the Is Now Working.Sol .
;- whooping cough by no means Justifies character and their .true aims' New York City transportation companies : Portable
the belief that he,will open upthe Eternal vigilance is said: to be the Happiness comes from within, not with the assistance of Attor Cahn & Co. Metal Fire PlaceThey fSB
liberty but the of from 'without-which Is. perhaps, one and I
g coffers of the Pennsylvania rail price of our ney-General Mayer secured control ..
reason why so of us have to do NOTICE.
road. public men is by no means always many of the Equitable Life Assurance The Pensacola Electric Company hare reduce the of small
of "without". Society with the assistance of the investigation removed to temporary office rooms, 325 houses-saesbuilding
any such pitiable mesa pottage as I :
to 329 Brent building
The Birmingham 'Age Terald ia of that for which the man from Texas The people who prate of the blessings conducted oy Charles'.IlHughes. J. W LEADLET a chimney and are just the thing 3fC 3fV

the opln'on! that "a brush with the has' sold himself-and his .constitu of poverty are people who never Manager. for
Paul D. Cravath. the general utility turpentine etc
Cuban Insurgents will hasten annex ents. went without a meal or hunted a bed camps, $12.00.
in vain. man for Thomas Fortune Ryan, putson
fttlon. Yes. 'es allY'the whitewash the black mask hoists the, black DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.

bru6Banker The Birmingham Age-Herald says The sort of luck brought by horse Sag and boldly enters the domain ofl For Member of Congress 3rd Congressional r
that- shoes is generally of the sort that law or politics at the demand of District: Saunders Mill Company
;: Stensland who was said to almost any old thing can shoo away. political pirate and financial free WIt B. LAMAR ot,Jefferson ''f'I
!" be making brooms at Joliet, is now Pensacola is plucky. No mere booter. Phone !'I7..
reported to be making baskets. wind can rob It of its courage,,enterprise -r :Mf H.fl.' 'Paul D. Cravath Is the gentlemanwho For Justices of the Supreme Court 21 East Garden Streat.

and legitimate prospects. CHAS B. PARKHILL, of Escambw. ... (
all represented Mr Ryan and stood r.r:1: :
s'" That's what of putting '"
your Less pluck and more lt k'would AN EXPERT OPINION. sponsor for Jerome in.the last New JAMES B. WHITFlELff. of Leon. = --------- tt
eggs In one basket. :' -- II
suit us'better Just,now. York City campaign. He Is a former ',
n Montgomery Advertiser. law partner of Charles E. :, For Railroad Commissioner: F. DAVIS "
The Hughes
Memphis Commercial-Appeal NEWTON A. BLJTCH. of Levy J. JEWELER ''t
:t- has, discovered that this Is,a marvel- Italian Immigration for 1IH HH H HHfl'IK D.I wish to publicly thank Mr., Paul B- HUDSON BURR, of Dade. c
Otis ,country for' the thrifty.. Sure Is for his opposition to me. Now In "
the South. Edward M, Shepard is the attorney For State Senator. 2nd District New Brent
,; -=just look at John D. ..Rockefellerand The editor of The Columbia (S. C.) for the Pennsylvania Railroad and JOHN S. BEARD. : Building 23 S. Palafox ,t

S.C Andrew Carnegie. We learn from the Memphis Com State Is the son of a Cuban. and is other gigantic corporations, which c

y4 -.r mercial-Appeal that an Italian vessel naturally better-informed In matters consider the purchase of political machines For'Member House of Representatlre ....* ****WMW_ H.iMP***<. H...... ...fl..IMt f

Failure i of the Newt with some '2',000inimigra.nts from relating to the island than .some of the and, public officials a legiti- i CHAS. M. COSTON. DIAMONDS *

{ Street Railway Ordinance. Italy, was to have landed 'In New rest ot us. The State Is very forcible mate part of their operating expenses.Mr. M.-0. BAGGETT. WATCHES JEWELRY, \ ::1

Shepard said at Buffalo that he CLOCKS
dl = Orleans :yesterday. in its criticism the action of For'Tax Assessor: PRECIOUS STONES BRONZE
thought the Democratic :
; The failure of the ordinance grant party might
These immigrants have come to our government in connection with W. W. RICHARDS.
survive this, campaign: It will be the ; STERLING SILVERWARE
? Ing the right to a new organization
this country upon no wildgoesa Cuban affairs and, among, other com first Gubernatorial campaign that It ,
For Tax Collector
construct .a street railway : ART -
Sf over chase. ,They have come In responseto ments says: has survived for twelve years, and .J.. ROBERTS. : POTTY OPTICAL GOODS j
jertain streets In the city and to the that its
survival will be due
a clear and emphatic demand, Within two years there have ,been so CUT GLASSWARE
shores of Bayou Grande came as a much to the nomination of Hearst as For County Treasurer '
and there can be no doubt that a more serious internal .troubles, In : .I
to the
Ustinct surprise to the city generally repudiation. Shepard and the J. ED. WILLIAMS.
lad it was one of those surprises for great majority of these hardy and Mexico: than have recently existed In corrupt corporations which he repre !

:- which there seems to be 'no good thrifty people will in a very short Cuba. Americans :were murdered by sents. For Members_ School Board: e Engraving and Fine
time, find, themselves well placed rebels. Until the Instability of the I wish to publicly thank Mr.. Shep. w. E. ANDERSON.' Stationery.

reason advanced. where they are most needed. Cuban government, or its inability to ard for his opposition to me. H. G. DeSILVA. t' _
s? The ordinance required a two- insurrection Distrtcs Attorney Jerome
As our"Memphis suppress an was manifest has always W. M. AGERTON. I
thirds rote of the entire council, or contemporary putsIt this government had no warrantfor been a corporation lackey, but Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

:a 8 votes, for passage! but It received : either taking part or expressingan such an insignificant< brassbuttoned For Member Board County Comm1

only 8 votes? 4 members voting Already M Mississippi Louisiana 'and opinion. Until Intervention under bell-boy of the trusts that few real.Ied f stoners: *
Arkausas are bidding for these Im the terms of the. Platt amendment his position until he became J. 'B* ROBERTS. ..
Against It. and two being absentf migrants. There is land to work cot. justified Cuba was and Is as prominent In politics. JNO. A. MERRITT. E. 'O.' \
;; The Journal has beard no good ton to, pick and; much money to oe Independent of the United States as is Since then his servile devotion to JAS. M. ANDREWS Jewelry Go.

reason why the people who proposeto made by these'. 2,000 foreigners. Very Mexico. The sending Taft to CubaIn the interests, of his corporation masters H. C.. CLOPTONIAS. MOBILE
ALA. :
: build this street railway"should few indeed among them need knowa advance of conditions warranting has been as'complete as it Is con ..R. ,
,4b: not ,be permitted to do,so. The city's 'Idleness From the in this wonderful intervention and his uninvited courseas STEWARD N>p....... .. ................iEBtiIF .lFlFlilrY3dt 'IH
moment of their
arbiter with plain'
leaning to the
.? bas everything to gain by It, and landing all able-bodied men and :
rebels much of
-was as an affront to
nothing to lose. If the.road is built women can, if they will, accept Jobs the government of Cuba as it would
'means that much more development that will bring".them in from $1 per
it have been had he, uninvited by Mexico -
-fib for Pensacola and Jtg contiguous : day upward;, while even the childrencan ;gone to treat" with the rebellious
-"v be 'put ,at the same work and
territory.' If it is not built, no earn wages commensurate with their Mexican Indians. He interferred In Plantation Chill Cufe'isEua'rajro. r ,

-i (me'has lost anything by giving the ability, to' work., the affairs of Cuba, as he' would' not
have been permitted to Interfere in
a chance to build it \
promoters everybody knows, tne labor the event of Internal disorders in one
}_ :A refusal to allow outside capital- problem is 'one of the most serious 1
: of the American States. t{e"did ,jso1
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,I I FOR CARNIVALSpecial _: t:
, .f t i il AMUSEMENTS I Jacksonville, to Oct.The Work Journal. began > l

2ae t PEOPLE AND EVENTS Monday on the erection of an immense

...+ l I amphitheatre, 5.000 seats a. The Storm and Rain .
I ft ,! bind stand fences and booths for the! 1 1will .

ft .carnival. The grounds are the same
t BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. li:1:: ; *.v "'t I as used In previous years, occupying; be the cause of many a =t i,i t
the blocks between Eighth and Tenth "
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cold which be cured by 'J .
, :i Telephone No. 38 After 3 P. M. :streets and Market and Liberty .takIng can .l
: 1I in the Jacksonville;; ball park. the two following guaranteed .j
$ E 1 I The streets will be festooned on all
preparations at cents 'i
rs., sides with electric globes; the hippodrome
a! r. e aewy .aP,. .,.. mmJimI im D mmi where scores of famous attractions each: For cold in the headJacks ;; 'L

from New York will be'seen, i
Cold Tablets. Cough '
will be emblazoned with myriad bulbs, 4 t.

A If you PRUDENT love me:1a SUITOR. > The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature r.,i .. x ;x s M = e F ._> lwSa rl. sue'fWY t and the gorgeous arch at the entrance White Pine Expectorant? ,: .1 .
x to "The will be electri.fied. .
I love you. J Wonderway" ,
The contract for the electric j : "
Xo lawyer man j -
Can part us two. -f <, S i work and that for the construction HOOTON'S PHARMACY. 4 t :; .
And as we sail \ '. Way sw '+ ,}44I work have both been signed and the ;.
Upon the sea. -*. ,-.' grounds will be ready. several days .ft,. ,- ;
Of married life's t /*," ,. beforehand. The various shows and The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery ,;1'' ;' ,
Felicity -, -; -" individuals who have privileges for

We'll take good care :. ... ? ; r novelty lunch and refreshment stands Phone 1100. f 11'

I\> keep our bark / ....... ww.begla-to.arrlVQ In a'week or two ik
- Where we can sight 1 and will immediately begin erecting '
... The dollar mark, .*-,. w 'y,1 1ny 1I their booths. .',
for Cupid hath tii The-carnival wUloope .wlth a matinee : ,

: A dreadful lear \. r, I ;'Monday afternoon, November 5th. '. ..j'It
I : Of poverty I It wilheontinue-thronghtthe week. It I p :i:
I 'And bills my dear. II is estimated that the first day's attendance -I

I II Pane Coon. in Birmingham; Age 'i I will be between 8,000 and dreds of exhibit of their handiwork. 1 f.

Herald. 12,000. They are particularly pleased at the ,. ,
I : s i fact that the magnificent woman's 't" ;
iMrs. Franklin Zeelc and Mr. Ray- 7 Y Y Julius Caesar.
dedicated to them, will thUyear :
.. ndnH Zeek bav *both returned to S was a man of nerve-but.sickness left: building
be for their use exclusively, this r
II IIt their school work th fonner to fit I its mark and he became aged before i
the erection
Tulane, New Orleans r his time. Sickness is often causedby being made possible by
!ISQ course tri _
of a handsome building be knownas : i z
and ihe-latter to continue his + It a torpid liver. Herblne will regulate '
and to
educational building
the ,
technological'course at Hoboken, New your liver and give you health. P f'
a. dedicated solely to the school children :
be ;
Jersey. :. .M9w :Mrs. Carrie Austin, Hollon Kansas ). ,
and teachers of Florida. The "
writes: "I consider Herblne the best .
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educational exhibit will also be
Mr.0.11''.Gordon who was at Hot medicine I ever heard of. I am nevar ,. :
magnificent one as many counties 1-
Springs daring the storm, has return without it"WOMAN'S
that will not be represented otherwise
ed to the city and is very much ; r
0 will have exhibits from their
spirit of hope ,
the fine DEP'T.AT
pleased with e t ,
schools In the A model ;
he sees on every .
end which I.L
energy i TAMPA FAIR poultry building will also be erected i '
Gordon people everywhere .
>hand. .Mr. says .
are struck with admiration aFensacola's : '" at an early date. ; 1
: MS Special' to The JournaLTampa .< ':
pluck and her determination : .. "
Oct. Throught the state 'l. IL
Want Eight-Hour Day d
receive outside aid. It ::: y., ( t' 1
f not to of thecity's '- '.' Y : great interest is being shown in the Chicago Oct. 4.-The Jewelry -. Ii t
bas "left a fine Impression woman's department of the State workers will inaugurate a strike for f!.. f
business stability, and* of her : .. Fair at Tampa, and the women of eight hours in Chicago, to begin next : ,
faith fin her own recuperative powers, ; : yf+v- Florida will be represented by hum- Monday. '! .
T result is ,;? .
says; )lr. Gordon, and the e'ft3 '. <4 -1 ,
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to be good.
going t 1 -

:. Mrs. W. B. might. has returned : : ) \ ( 'Corinne in "45' Minutes from Broadway." I
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home, after" ISpending1a very delightful -" ',' .( '., r t 'j i THE DISCOVERER ;4'f I
I in Ashevllle, N. Cand, been :
summer tI George M. Cohan, who Isnow'conceded 1 public having'Bow: on tour twenty
Atlanta. to be the most popular and successful of two year .- It has been said that AL J

.. 1 all American playwrights, has done muchof Q. Field ,is jto minstrels what Bolasco Of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the 'p
JIrs.JP. K. Yongoland d gh. late to confirm this' conviction.* No is to' tree drama, and for years be has ,
+0 ter Marjorie, have returned.froinvSt I play from his pen has;more:firmly, clinch: of:ered'thet best in minstrelsy.: Not onlyis Great Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills. 't. f
Louis. They were accompanied: by I ed his ..popularity than "ttJMinutes From t.organlzation the oldest upon the, .. .
0T Mrs. Yonge's daughter Mrs. .P. A. Gown of black silk'mousseline or and the short sleeves were entirelyof Broadway," which enjoyed a remarkably road."but. it is bigger and better than i : '11i'
Buck and son, Philip. crepe, trimmed with bands of wide ruffles of valenciennes above a fit-] successful run last season of an entire ever. The show is entirely new thIsst'8.S0n" f .l
I ted lower part of the heavier lace,: divided between New York and and though many old faces will 1 '
Captain and )Irs. J. H..Fuller, who white lace, and Valenciennes lace edged with a valenciennes lace frill: year Chicago. It Is now"making a short road be seen many new 'members will be in. t .i '
.. have had a very pleasant' visit with frills. The skirt 'was made with Three black velvet bows were placedup tour under the direction of KlaW & Eri- troduced.
.. Mrs. Fuller's mother;..Mrs.'iHester, on groups of wide tucks about the lower the outer arm. Two rows of black anger, with a specially selected cast, A, burlesque of the Gridiron Club that
West Chase street.return'ed, to'their; part, with bands%of .wide lace insertion velvet ribbon were also arranged to headed by Corinne, one of the most fam- famous Washington Institution where ;
borne'1n :Montgomery'* few days ago, let In above each group. The form a deep point on both the back out singing comedians on'.the .American politicians-"and, newspaper men meet annually -
IniI given [corsage was cut low In the neck and and front of the waist, the ribon lapping ; stage. is the feature of the first part. I'
The dance at the CatholiInlrht's had a sort of vest piece-of alternate .over on the left side -surplice "45 Minutes From Broadway," which Prominent people, statesmen, politicians, ,
hall last Tuesday evening puffs of valenciennes and heavier In- fashion in front, and finished by smart will be seen here*Tuesday, Is a novelty,* diplomats prominent in the public eye j
Graham and Mr. Frank hobbies,. fads -e?
by Mr. John sertion. The lower part of.the bodice little bows. Frills of the lace were from the fact that It is not a performance are <:caricatured their pet I
Boehich for the benefit of the storm and public questions. Hits on the various .r
; socially was inlet by a band of the*wide In- ,set on the lower edge of each ribbon of a distinctive character except'in , *great success bills in congress, allusions to var-
Iitl a .that the skirt; strap. v its own field, as the author has very
as well as financially.. Mr. Joe sertion, matching on I cleverly Interwoven Into It comedy ious episodes attending public affairs are ..,'
Santo..Hndry donated the use of'the drama, melodramav musical comedy and expressed by dialogue and impersona- ; j'
Catholic Knights.halland the.young; tions. Thouch this burlesque was touched !
:Oak, having gotten that far on his farce, thereby creating a musical jplay
people who ,participated hadaVerypleasant : homeward journey. poasesstng "ginger" and a. 'quickness of upon tin the'first part of last season J
time. I CHUMUCKLA I action seldom ee6hin'a; ..performanas! 'I:< proalnent emphasis has now been givento 'fi,
Clar\e. Mr. J. E and 'bride Shave arrived the construction ro1ib Mr.'"Cohen chaS- If this Mr. J. Ed. of Meridian, front the show. the
his uome their wedding journey shown that he had convictions and the features of Scenically 4 r/ ... ':.
and.are'. strength of mtnd.torry'them'out.AL
mother, Mrs. }L J.1-Clarke, ,of 601cast North Palafox street. minstrelsy. The singing party will be I
Mrs. Drew, on
North'Chumuckla,Sept 28.-A'heavy ,
Gadsden street Q. Fleld'Thursday.The Intrdduced in white face representing "
gale Is blowing. It commenced yes minstrels In the days of Homer, while
little Miss Miriam Blount has returned Al G. :Field Grater Minstrels will
The family and friends of Dr. J. home from her summer outing terday about noon and so far' the play an engagem'ent be.-e Thursday. the comedians are In black face representing -
C. Cravey were quite'alarmed'a1XJut in time to enter school. Her amount of damage done is not folly This organization Is well.known to the modem-minstrels. : j-
s him during the storm. As the "doctor mother Mxs. W. A. Blount will not known in fact at the present writingit .t J
tad Intended starting from White( iilss Miriamis is impossible to make anything like .;.
Springs the day before, it was feared return for amonth of her yet aunt Mrs. EL P. a correct estimate of the damage but McDavld, Fiery Filllngim and rfirdie gret of his many friends. He leavesto 1 ...
that he might possibly have teen the guest it is to be hoped the storm king's Patrick four of Bluff Springs' most acept a better position. Mr. Hardy I

en the train which was wrecked near Hunt. work will not prove to be' very dis popular and charming young ladies, is an up-to-date experienced log man, .
Tfccambia. As soon as communication -. Mr. J. O. Stevlc. wife and little astrous to this immediate section as! attended services at Damascus (Ceo i and .We wish him every possible success I ;: 1i'I
: by telegraph >was restored, however daughter, are at Hotel Escambla. this neighborhood is already in gloom HID) church last Sunday. They were where ever he may go. :
s Dr Cravey'was !located in Lflve They came here from Caloma Mich, and sadness over the sudden death of accompanied by Messrs. Lee Williams Mr. E. Cr Gentry.of Pensacola spent'
.. and may locate'here permanently. our much loved friend Mr. Y. W. Terry Douglas John Filllngim last Sunday with us. 'I 'I r
.' Diamond who was-killed by a falling. and Lena Davis. Miss Leila Sarille, of Meridian;
; The last,meeting?of,-the Friday Afternoon tree last Tuesday evemri 3. Messrs. D. J. Raggett and T. J. Miaa., visiting: her aunt Mrs. H. C.. '
Euchre. duo was held; with The Methodists have been holding Cushln, two of Atmore'B' wide awake McDavld. I
i Mrs. W. H. Ferguson, 1211 E,. Gads- a meeting at Coon Hill, but owing tc young business men were visitors. to Mr. Herbert Craft of the I* & K..I
i den street :Although -the weather the extreme bad weather the meeting town last Sunday. I think they shops in Fensacola is In town on a I
I Ready-to-Eat was not encouraging the, meeting of closed Wednesday. Brother J. .X): were attending to some important business trip. I
I the: Club was well attended. biro Lawrence, the elognent dIvine of'Plna matters notwithstanding it was the The section are almost i ;. i if
i Ferguson won the .ace prize MrsW. Barren, assisted Brother Morley In Sabbath as I saw them pleading with impassible since the storm. I don't I .
I Groceries Walker, the lone hand and Mrs. the meeting. ladles think we have any body in this county f .
MrsGeorgeBoff two.of our most popular young I No other female medicine In the world has received such widespread sal .t
II Ynelstra the booby. Mrs. Fred B. Perkins of Pine Barren ., serious too. They have our best to look after the roads. Wish we ;" ., '
man will entertain the Club this afternoon Is visiting friends In our. toa. had Escambia. county road laws, then vnqnali&ed endorsement
802 East Bell wishes for success. No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles or such :1
at her home "
.There are so many things In We are always' glad to see Mrs. Ierkins. Major General" Marion Franklin, of we would fare better. I I hosts of grateful friends as has f ,
moat in'our town :Mrs. E. C. Gentry of Pensacola was
store that are prac- has been
our grocery ? Century, Fla. .
K tically ready for the table with- Mr. Chas.. Gordon. who has been Misses Etta Taylor, Annie Cameron for several days looking after important visiting her aunt Mrs IL C. McDavld: Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. t' -1
I | out labor on the part of the visiting big sister. Miss Bessie Gor matters. a few .days this week. 1, It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Compl4,-Inflammation < a

housewife, that the burdens of don, left yesterday for his home. in Prof. F. S. Bondurant cf Steadham, and Ulceration. Falling and. Displacement, and consequent Spinal Weakness. ; .
housekeeping are materially Mobile Ala-is over on a business trip and is BAGDAD MILLS i, and is peculiarly adapted to the Change of Life. iRi''. .
i lessened for those who take ad- the.guest of Mr. H. C. McDaviO. AGAIN RUNNING It has cured more cases of Backache and Local Weaknesses than amy other i
vantage of these ready-to-eat Tell .your grocer you must have Thinkers Mr. T. B. Beck of. Cantonment, Is I remedy the world has ever known. It is almost infallible la such cases. It .x

things. Toothsome pork and Blue BJbbon Lemon_and Vanilla. Absolutely in our neighborhood prospecting and I Special to-The Journal i iI dissolves and expels tumors in an early stage of development "
Painful Weakness of the Stomach, : ... i
twice far and Mr. H. C. Irregular, Suppressed P Periods
beans potato' chips soups pure goes as, making head quarters at I Bagdad, Oct. 4.-The Stearns 4:; Culver:
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= pickles, etc. the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" Is perfec-- Cleaned. McDavld's. I Lumber company started their gang:' Indigestion. Bloating, Nervous Prostration, Headache, General Debility :
preserves, Jellies tion. Ask for the 25c. size. Hon.. Fred. ,B. .Perkins of Pine Barrettwas' I mill Tuesday. The Bagdad. Manufacturing ,.t quickly e to it Deranged organs, causing pain, weight and backache.In ;; I
company-started-up the sash factory relieved and cured by its use. Under all circumstances it ,. :: '\
etantly permanently
. 6uit Coffee. a pleasant caller on our side Monday. Their less was very lUht. The: ..!... '
Temporary Location. 1 of the river last Sunday. CoL Perkins Biackwater MliD company (Gray's mill) invigorates the female.,-.tem. l
The temporary offices of E. E. welcome In will start in a few days. It quickly remove that bearing down feeling, extreme lassitude, don"f! I'"
.:alwaya-has s hearty Th.r.mpaarFYlnc: Jots of passengers '. excitability nervous- : t "
care" and waaVto-be-lef aJone" feeling, irritability 1cess.
Saunders & Co..and & E. Saundersare Chunrackla, he having served three little freight, and no mail .
but.very the bines t
dizziness falntneas
Sol Cairo & CO I now located In the north end ofthe UsePOSTU.M. consecutive terms ;as chief executive of Female Weakness or some de = J ,
to Treasury Officials Abroad. and headache.These are sureindications .1. 1 .I'
Keyser"building.DAIJGHTERSOF' With honor
little city great
of Chronic
our this medicine surely cures. Kidney 't':1Complanta
of the rangement the organs,, which :
The Pure Food Store. KING. S himself and the:town.- Innd !r.'Oct 4.-The agents and Backache. ,of either sex, the Vegetable Compound cures. : ",
I Southwest Intendeads THE Mr. W. M..Hardi: who has been em United States treasury in Europe are Those.women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded a hundred .t 1 to. t
I Corner Palafox_and "The regular' monthly meeting of the THERE'S A REASON.:!? ployed by the Floating Saw MID, Co. meeting here to discuss matters de- thousand time,' for they get what thewant--a cure. Sold by Dru.qilatl x.t:' "
178 I Daughter: of the JCmx,takes place this general manager ot the loggins'de; ; signed lo produce: ,,,,greater otdeacy -
as substitutes
Phon ea.1480m.l afternoon hi the choir' ,,room'Gt Christchurch :j partment has resigned.'to the deep re- and hanrfwy lathe service. Verywhere. & .-.f!
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i I i Be prepared'for the next i iI i : REAL MONEY ESTATE PLACED MORTGAGES.AT INTEREST ON MONEYis : ,- classe demand. s-of..a for property.good all .. -: -. t' .

WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN We have every facility !

PROPERTY? CAN SELL 'YOU for handling property in f'i. :

I cyclone by allowing us to write i : EITHER. or near Pensacola you to good ad-sell, .

i WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY! offered' to those with a lit- list vantsg&'h us careqfljk sales. :- .:, WE CAN RENT. ANY

WE CAN SELL IT. tIe money to spare-all of ,"' AND ALL DWELLINGS
Money to Lend.In : "

: i a tornado policy on your dweIII block 151 and north half of real ', (' AND STORES PLACED
amounts on approved
block 152, adjoining J. R. estate any security at lowest rates of inter- :: WITH US.

LESLIE E. BROOKS Saunders Co.'s naval stores est and upon the shortest notice. WE CAN ALSO PLACE.
etc : "t

ings, yard. Especially desirablefor Fire and Tornado Insurance. ,: .. J' FIRE INSURANCE IN 16:

Real Estate, building tenant houses. A Written in either of our eight companies.We '_ "'- OLD-LINE COMPANIES.

F i HOOTON & WATSON, i ii and. Insurance. bargain for the lowest at all possible times procure rates. for our clients : --,

Phone 462. 11? S. Palafox. $2750.McDavidllyer iT* Homeseekers.Should .
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Phone 54 Agents. t : ",.' -
i look over our list of desirable ,;5"'_ -
houses and lots before buying. We A ,,
have some very attractive propositionsand
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; For Sale Company you. '

HELP WANTED. WANTED. ,.. flenU New York Call and See Us.

t Life Insurance Company. ,

SWANTKD good cook at Pearl Eagan WANTED-Small family horse. Must be 100 E. Government Street. "THE RENTAL AGENTS"
: Orphanage. 17th street, between
A..8ta TED-Three avenues. or four good waiters 4oct Fla fancy price., Address'Ellis, Tucker.. 3oct3t Brent. for southeast quarter of Blk. Phone TOOL Penaaeola. Fla. L S, Brown & Co., Leading ..Real .Estate ,and Insurance Agency.

wanted. Apply at once Kandy,Kitchen.AGENTS Zoct WANTED Position 'as. first-class cake Twelve of West 'King Tract. "W SELL tOTS." Phone 54., NO._ 37 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
Jo. baker. or pastry cook either in bakery -
or hotel. W. F.Lessman. Care Gen- THE /
WANTED to sell Ott's Oyster eral delivery. Pensacola Fla. 4oct3t $1200.00 STORM Phone 918. Tbiesen Building
V KnWes. For particulars write Peter ;

Blloxi, Miss. loctlw WANTED-My know that I friends.and patrons to for 2 houses on the southeast PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY
will in a few days be at I Has
not affected the values of Real DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
,\V'ANTED-Youn<< man about II. to do home permanently in order to take care
office work and collectlag. Must be of the fall and winter, work. All kindsof corner of Strong and DeVil- Estate' in this city |100. The' build. FA'RMFOR
rmot: at figures Address "X Care work on pianos and organs. My h iers Sts. ings and wharves that were destroyedwill Summer Week Day Schedule-Stem
iJ ournaL Zoct, phone number is 1401., My shop and resi renting for $13 a be replaced by substantial I Train and Electric Car Schedule
dence. No. 1S20 15th avenue New City more Effective June 13,1906.
HOUSE SERVANT wanted,at once. E. Cor. of 11th street.*,tJ_Conrad Scott. nonth. buildings. Pensacola has b fore .it '

B. ilorey, 9th avenue and 12th street. 3octlw the brightest fall of its future.. I have SALE !
$875.00. made arrangements to take all the BAYOU.Lv. .
WANTED-Board without rooms in private % property offered below Its market
WANTED-With references fifteen good family for man. wife and child. for 5 lots Northeast" Pensacola.. Lv. Big Bayou.
on corner -value. If Optician.
of Pensacola
you are
!rattling sober men to represent thePlanters' Must be close to business section. Ad- : 6 a.m. 9:00 p.m. C:20 Los 10.30 1)..
c-i Live Stock Insurance Co. of dress with rates And full particulars. H. ,Palafox and Sierra Real Estate, to me, I will buy acres 20 under 7 a.m. 10:00 p.m. 7:30 a.m.elliA p a
Thomaavllle Ga. For particulars Address J.. care Journal. > 3octlw it from you.Some Forty acres 306 Thiesen Building.Frederick 8 a.m11.00 p.m.5 830 a.m.
? rierre G. Russell. Tallahassee. Fla. Ref- streets. cultivation all under fence 9 a.m. 9:30 a.m.
Capital City Bank. Tallahassee. ,
erence. Al\'TED-All 10 a-m. 10:30 a.m.
owners of poultry Money In' These.
Fla. 26 Sept. 1 mo. ,
know that we are agents for the celebrated Money to loan at. lowest market rate five-room house, stables etc., 11 a-m. 11 30 a-m.
Conker's Poultry Remedies. Guar of interest. A quarter block (5 lots) cor, 12th Ausfeld. F. M. Blount. 12 noon 12:30 p.m.
\VANTED-At once, white nurse for chil anteed to cure rope. cholera gape and to Mortgages on real estate )a this city street and 18th avenue, overlookingthe 24 of a mile west of Brent, AUSFIELD 1 p.m. t 1:30 p.m.
dren. Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept 26. kill fleas lice and mites. Also their ought and sold. & BLOUNT 2pm. 2 49 p.m.
wonderful egg producer. F. S.. Mellen & All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" Bayou one of the highest pointsin Florida all for $1250.00. 3pm. 3:30 p.m.
'WANTED colored girl to assist In Co. Phone Jo.:,334- Igapr street now for sale. New City two blocks from car line Architects 3 30 pm. 4:00 p.m.

fi ..JU9ekeepui. :Dne who will stay on cry cheap at 1100. Will carry a three-year mort- 312-314 Brent Bids., 43 Moses BId;., 4pm. 4 30 pm.
premises preferred. Apply o-day before POSITION WANTED by first of January Pensacola Fla. Montgomery, AlL 4:30 pm. too p-ro.
3 o'clock at 108 North Barcelona. 25sept by a first-class hardware and queens- A block 300 feet front on Bayou gage for $650.00.THOS. 5 00 p-m. 6:25: p.m.
ware man of 20 years' experience. For Texar. 'Beautiful shade 5:35: pm. C:00 p.m.
WANTED Coznttnatlon nurse and house further information write to F. Herr- Fisher Real Estate trees wasn'ttouched WM. A. BORMANS 6:00 pm. 6:30 pm.
girl. Apply Wl, North Palafox St. mann Gelding Fla. 25sept lOp Agency by the water and not a singletree PEBLEY '.30 p.m. 7:00 p-m.
? 23sep blown down. One of the pretti-- Architectand Superintendent 7:00 pm. 7:SO pm.

COLLECTION OF RENTS A est sites for a residence and 7.35 pm. 8:00 p.rn.
W.A.VfED-At once. a four or five-room the sat Oft'ice-301 Brent Building 8:00 p.m. 3 39 pm.
WANTED.-Yotu* man. acquainted with cottage. Must be close In and in good SPECIALTY est in the city of, Pensacola $5,000. Palafox and Romana. Pensacola. Fla. Saturday only. '
? country who tan furnish horse, to represent neighborhood. Address: 123, Care JournaL .
i The ,Jouftial' in Escambia county. 25sept Phone 87; 206 S. Palafox St. Wanted.A HICKS'CAPUDINE BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND FORT
Apply at once, journal omce. 23sep BARRANCAS..Lv. .

-. I R. R. CRITTENDEN wishes to communicate house .in good' neighborhood and
A1At once, office.carrier with his brother F. M. Crit- MONEY TO LOAN. near business district for about FOR SALEFOR :r Pensacola. Lv. Fort Barrancas.
;boys. Apply at this tenden. who was last heard of In Florida 7 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
about. 5 years ago. Any one having 3000. ', SALE-Good location for small mill MMlDUrrtLT CUIU 9 50 8-m. 11:a.m.
heard of Mr. Crittenden would do a favor LOANED: List with HEADACHESimto 11:00 a.m.- 12:15 p.m..
MONEY on real estate and I your property me for sale.' Apply at once to Barrineau &:: Trammel .
by addressing Mr. R R. Crittenden at personal property on short notice II I !, Pensacola. Fla,'R. F. D., No. 1. 12:50 p m. 200 pm.
BOARD AND ROOMS. Building No. 47. U. S. Navy Yard. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. 28% South I 2lseptlwFOR c p COLDS 3:1 50 pm. 5:10 p.m.
: '- 6 20 7
: p.m. :00
ISseptlm'WANTED p.m.
Palafox St. Phone 1144 ,. lal t. II B..... *
-f 8.30 pm. 9 00 p.m.'Saturday
T FAMILY OF TWO on North Hill will -Light delivery wagon. Ad- I CAN LEND YOUR MONET at eight J 1 t W. I I Rock SALE Cockerels.-Fine well March grown and Barred April 1*1IIaIr... tkau Steam train only.leaving Pensacola 7'/ '
at t
cent. If you have that Bull9Ck'i'Jr.i hatches, $1.00 to J2.00 hens,
any last
take refined couple to board or rent two dress J. E. c.. Care JournaL 14sept per you ; year's a. m.. will stop between Pensacola ara
connecting rooms up-stairs to want interest on, see me about it. It breeders, $100 each. Mrs. Lizzie B.
gentle- Big Bayou to take
j will be absolutely safe on real ',Hughes Chipley Fla. SECRET SOCIETIES. only on passengers 11
men. Address "Home. Care JournaL estate Real 1 Estate and 27septlm points beyond Big Bayou. Stem train
TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor security. Leslie E. Brooks.. Phone 462. Mortgage I'
4octlw Gent clothing cleaned pressed and repaired Cor. I FOR SALE-10000 leaving .Fort Barrancas 5:10 p. m
Government and "DeLuna Star acres round timber
-- will top between Big Bayou and Pensa
on short notice. No. 11% West MONET TO LOAN Everybody borrows land. 12,500 saw mill timber
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for light Government St. Pensacola Fla. sawmill PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 3. cola only to put off passengers from beyond .
Jno. A. I
from Hall
& Co., 32-room hotel
; housekeeping. Apply 207 North Reus. Government St. When In need life call Box 173. Phone 637 good farms and at town a bargain. Several Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K. of P. Big Bayou. Other steam trains will
properties. ,
4 ctlw I meets every Monday evening at 7:30 make all stops. Each electric car makesall
WANTED R- Blngham wants your on us. Write- Gentry i Setterlind, Chipley Fla. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall stops.
moving and hauling. He guaranteesall 23sept over Pous stable. West Intendencia St. The above schedule and regulations
TWO BURNISHED or unfurnished Phone 630. MONEY LOANED on an kinds of
breakage. personal
rooms for rent for light_housekeeping. property on short notice Terms FOR SALE.: FOR SALE-Stop. Consider jiot the price Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. subject to change without notice.
E. H.
: Phone 1101 or-apply room 3,'2C4H South WANTED: Carriages repaired and repainted easy. J. B Gray & Co.,,,2 W. Romana.Phone ------------.------- --- but the profit that TOU'If gain by the H. HORSLER. K. of DENX\RD.R. & S. C C. Local. shipped Freight by Regulations.Freight the '715 a. m
: Palafox. 2octlw floats built to order; horse 1165. Ifeb. FOR SALE-Four ro ni house In good purchase of 5,500 acres of land In a body train will be received only lor polnu
shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage condition corner Main. treet and First for $90,000. Best farming land In Jackson
beyond Big Bayou, and will not be
KNIGHTS received
UNLIMITED amount of to loan : County. Florida. Over 300 OF COLUMBUS.
FOR RENT-One cr two newly furnis; I Co. money avenue; also country place. southeast part settlers on body
later than 7 05 All other
: a. m
front rooms; southern 'exposure; with on all kinds of personal property. Special of Myrtle Grove.. 27 acres of land. wet' of land and that means 300 farms. paying Meetings of the Week Day trains leaving Penacola mt
privilege of phone. No 11;&. Location WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. rates to business men on larga wooded Address Thomas F. Snares Box!J f on an average of 600 Ibs. of lint cotton to Knights of Columbusare
later than
3 50 freight for
desirable l oans. The New York Loan Co.. 20414 L ; I I the farm. Partly fenced with wire. held at their hall. : p. mcarry
and near business center 422 wants your moving and hauling. All 43, R. F. D. No. 1. Soctlw II!I The any point but freight! will not be received '
1 No. 8 West
:W. Gregory. South PalafoLTHOS i plot contains the large Blue Spring, better Intendencia -
T. B.
Zlseptlm breakage guaranteed Thors'!n. 'I later than 20 minutes before sche
Phone 978 FOR SALE CHEAP known as the long Moss Spring of West street. on every
Proprietor. -Almost new Nuhlen I duted departure of trains. The 9:00
a. m
PEBLET-Real Estate and Loans & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood'case. 1 Fla. Well watered anj _timbered for Monday evening at 7:30
; NICELY FURNISHED clock. Sunday train may carry light perishable
room for enC plantation and other use. For reference .An .invita
WANTED-AH kinds of electrical work. Up-stairs corner Palafox and Romana A bargain. Piano can be seen I freight under some circumstances br
Apply aOl West Chase. Phone 1259. etc.. I refer you to Hon. W. H. Milton lion is extended to special
Sts. by calling at the
I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand Useptlm Randy Kitchen. President and Cashier of the First Na- visiting Knights permission. Electric car will not
other electrical supplies When you FOR SALE-At 3oct.1 tional Bank at :Marianna Fla. A. Purdee JOHN B. JOK.E3. carry freight or packages of any descriptfon -
FOR BE."fT-Rooms cheap; real need 345 955 E. ----- --- -- a bargain paying
ring W. -- ,
newly me or Peake, Real Estate agent counselor at law edi J. S. LEONARD. Grand Knight. except medicine urgently need-
clean furnished rooms suitab'e! for New Star Laundry Bldg. E. Garden. ture business at 138 E., Intendencia St. 1 tor and published of the West Bu- Recorder. ed. Shippers are requested to bear theM
: light housekeeping on the,hill. Location FOR RENT. Address Lox 329 City. %oct I I gall Box 221 Marianna. Fla. Florida Septlm regulation in mind that Inconvenience
f high and healthy. Close to car line. WANTED TO BUY a cash register at may not caused.
Privilege of phone and gas.. Apply 314 E. once. Apply to Clutter Music House. FOR SALE-Several tracts virgin pine DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. These:! freight regulations subject U
I SALE-Wolverine
Strong. Phone 1213. timber. Turpentine places and sawmills FOR engine. 8 H. P.. Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters of
lOaug 2 REVT Six-room bath change without notice.
Sept. FOR cottage and 2 cylinder. 2 cYcles. complete Rebecca.
In meets
operation. Also excellent tractsof fittings every Monday night at
gas. West Wright street. $20.00 per stuanpage. Turner &: 'Aymard. Peal I for salt water; in perfect condition and 8 o'clock in L 0. O F. halt Visiting! Any further information regarding pa-"
NICELY FURNISHED Fisher Real Estate Agency. I had by applying to the office *
rooms for rent, month. Estate Agents. Box Ill, DeFuniak running daily: reason for selling, going sisters cordially general
with Of: without board. Transients so: WANTED-Second-hand:sacks of all de- ISsept:: Springs Fla. to replace'it by larger engine. King & MRS J;urd1)reknt.. the company.
licited. Phone. and bath. scriptions wanted. If out of town. 20july I %
gas No. 3. ship Runyan. MRS. HATTIE Passengers are earnestly requested u
Palafox. ISseptlmEDUCATIONAL. I them to us; If in town. ring us up at Iso FOR RENT-4-room cottage. with bath FOR SALE-A ISaug NEVILLE Sec. promptly report to the general office Sub
pottery works with
S 4. or bring them to us at corner of gas etc.. on North Spring street. steam I FOR SALE-One dwelling 202 East inattention to duty or discourtesy en
engine '
Chase and Alcanlz Sts. F. S. Mellon month. Fisher Real drying room. moulds i RATH BONE LODGE the of
& $15.00 per Estate and everything complete for Church street; if bought at once can NO. 30. part employees and to make *pe-
., I Co. 2ijvly Agency ISscpt business together with the finest carrying bed on of: be bad cheap. Apply C. L. McVoy. Rathbone Lodge. No. ?0. Knights of cific criticisms of service
pottery clay in Escambia county. butcher shop corner Intendencia and Pythias meets every Thursday night at JOHN W LEADLET
FOR RENT-Some nice stores on East; cated right in the city.", Apply to or LoII I Barcelona. ZSaug Castle HalL Members of sister lodges Manager
.- MISCELLANEOUS.REMOVAL Government street: cheap rent. The dress RP.. Reese. and visiting 'brethren cordially Invited
Fisher Real Estate Agency. IJuly- ISseptf25c : ;PANAMA CANAL EDITION l.fTb; to attend. J. M. ROPER.. MISS PATTI HOUDEN announces that Journal-a magnificently C. J. LEVEY. K R. & S.
her school will not open until next PURCHASES the receipt for the fin iflusttrdmagazine
Monday. October 8. when she will be I FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage est of cosmetics. Box 336 City. containing scores o views 01 ''GA. FLA. & ALA. RY.
the city and harbor. For tale M. E. B. A. No 81., meets
3 glad to receive her pupils at No. 9 West NOTICE-E. L. Herring, room for rent suitable for furniture K.septlmo I ; \t aU first and ,
street. whose wagon and repair shop at 1P I 104 and 106 South Tar.ragona book store or at. The Journal office By third Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p. m..
jackson SoctlwMRS. other goods.
: or mail. 20 cents. Rafford Hall.. No. 10 Vest CAPITOL ROUTES-SHORT LINE
.I East Intendencia St., was destroyed. will ,street. Phone 639. FOR SALE-Nice farm of 20 acres For llscpt Intendencia
re-open at 214 East Intendencia about I information inquire of Chas. L'Orange. 8treet. A. G. FELL. Pres. Tallahassee Fla. to Atlanta
lOLA BARTON MASON will J. 1. .. ,
8. West Jackson St. No. FOR SALE SecT.
October 29septlOd 1912. Pensacola. I, -Green piles. Quick
a school of Shorthand and Typewriting j I LlniL,
I '* delivery. Address Ga.
Kseptlm HulL Floma-
October 10. Apply.eitherat 314 S. Alfcanla
ii or Typewriter Exchange. 313-. DRAWINGS Patent Office-Of machine all kinds and: Hull.misc.Engine msd LOST.LOSTBlack FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures:; ton Ala. SOseptlw- PENSACOLA Pensacola Lodge.LODGE' No.NO'4.: 4.L .o8: F.F.. ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT

Brent building. 2octlmJISS reasonable rates. Patentable ideas de- pool and billiard tables, etc. In a fines meets every Thursday evening at 7.30 I to
f veiuped Sail boats, launches AddressW. location. At a.. bargain if sold at' once. at the new hall on Belmont and Baylen
\ GEORGIA SENSIBA. graduate of C. McGowan. Pensacola Fla-, Sseptlm and white setter puppy Address box 103. City. :2ep t BARBER SHOPS. streets. Visiting brethren cordially in- i Southwest Georgia and West
Knox College Illinois and FerrisKindergarten bitch' four months old. Reward for vited. B. R. WITKOVSKT. N. G. I
College Miclu. will K. Jr. .KERLE.. Secretary Florida.
L open MATTRESSES -New tick return to W. Hjer, 29sept FOR SAL -Four good schooners, suit "
E_ fe Kindergarten and Primary School. Oct
1 her home. 212: West' furnished if desired. Guaranteed. able for lake. sound and rlvei Ad MILTON-When visiting here have your I-' Via
,tober At Gregorytreet LOST-Bank book 609, Savings Department
Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave dress "M," care Journal 21aug tonsorial work done by Ira hums WillIng W. O W.'
Terms $.3 00 per month. 25seplnx* orders at Wataoo. Parker & Reese Co.'s. First National bank. with amallamount street opposite jail. Clothes and Live Oak Camp hfr-1. W. O i Steamer Lines Carrabelle,
I RIVATB sept:. cash and papers. Bank will, FOR SALE-Good mowing machine 5 ft. hats cleaned and repaired. Convenient meets In Pythian hat and rra ,
; Belle Whiting refuse to honor checks. E.W. T..
open her prUate school at Noj please JournaL 4oct2t out; one ten fteelf dump all steel I to hotels.Phone 63.: 26au Wednesdays In each month. Visiting I Fla.
; 'IruJ. Spring street, October 1. Tuition !F. J. WHITE & CO.Artesian well drillS Care hay rake; one 2-section all steel harrow; sivereigns, cordially' invited.
month. era for saw mills and turpentine two hot blast heating burn FA BOGHICH C. C. I
"3,00 per 13septlmJ.RIV LOST-Bunch of keys on train passing coal LESLIE E. BROOKS. .ClerkT GA.FLA/&ALA.RY.
: especially. Geneva. Ala.. and Graceville Flomaton Saturday. 5 p. m., for Mobile or wood; one tank force pump. capacity FOUND. -I-
4 ATE Instructions given In advanced Fla. Prepared to put wells from 4 to L% with key tag marked "Neptune 1 bbl, per minute; one Aennotor wind mill, I
English French, stenography, and ,the : inches diameter, and from 19!) Buckner. on one one twenty-Inch foot tinner's,
tisual grammar school studies Apply toflkllss depth. Satisfaction guaranteed. 12jneJm Shriner's emblem old shear 4 power FOUND-One small bay mare age about and Quincy. Fla.. Bainbridge. Arllng
j and on reverse e. horse Gas
power Engine fine
211 D. Adams 411 W. Gregory ; seven years. Right hip down; hind fee'whiter Legal Adv riisements. ton and Cuthbert Ga.
street return to Box 4S. double barrel
t Tinder please Asheville hammerle shot gun Mar I
NOTICE-Having installed machines for Owner can have above by I For Rates and Information write to
Box TSS. :I3sept3w Care Journal. provirg '
or N. Cor Pensacola Pb lib repeating rifle 32-calbre. ,
.0. E. Rant
J i the manufacture of galvanized Iron I same and paying for ad. J. W. Un -
I H. .
"(cornice skylights cornice gut'era circa and get reward. shar. Bluff Springs. Fla 26 Sept 1m .I derwood. Mnscogee, Fla. Sseplm''. BIDS WANTED. .I 4. McWILLIAMS,
KISS. Will reopen lar mouldings. etc. I am now prepared to .F. & P. A... Bainbridge Ga
her reldemeo kindergarten 35 E.on iht at hermother's do sheet metal work of all Usda on short ,The Board of FublicWorks of the City i _
1 where of Pensacola will
receive bids
Satisfaction until
:notice. assured. noon
'she may be interviewed la regard to I cheerfully given on work In or outside Estimates the Monday October. 190 for the daily removal -
', alter Sept. %5. 7septlmo.HOTELS. WRITE YOUR and
d terms- city. Chas. B. \etter. 18 W. lotendencu. WANT AD HERE of garbage except Sundays. in Pensacola, St. Andrews
Phone 698. 25mayli the City of Pensacola, until October 1st.
,- C 1907. Approved bond In,the sum of Two; Gulf Steamship Co.
J. H. PORTER satlmaker. 718 South J Thousand dollars will,be required. Bid-
Palafox street. Orders taken for tents Send it to The Journal! office day or night. When you need help have anything ders will name their bondsmen. The STEAMER'TARPON.VIRST'tLA G BARROW' Master..
awnings. camp stools and house I board reserves the right to reject
cots, any :
: .. --- --- etc. Prices reasonable. 31ja to sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the and all bids. 5Oct21AMINISTRATOR'S S PASSENGKRFREIGHT SERVICE. AND

.BROWN HOUSE-DeFtailak Spr1n< Good beds. airy rooms',elegant meals I: & Co.. wholesale and retail ship chand- Notice is .hereby given .to. creditors CARRABELLE. ST ANDREWS .
-, free bath and sample rooms. Special lens and grocers. Only first-class, houseof legatees. distributees! and *all' other per-', MILLVILLE.
C attention to traveling meju Rates JtOO kind in city. Fair prices U all. sons having claims 'or 'demands against And all points on St. Andrews Bay Car
day. J. B- Brown. Prop the estate of William Barry deceased rabelle and Apalachlcola
per ORDINARY. to
CARRIAGES repaired aro-l, repaint SIX WORDS. MAKE ONE" LINE. present the same tothe' undersigned I SCHEDULE.
IOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the Floats built to order. Horse shoeing within one (1) year from this date.- & Leaves Pensacola Sunday S:39 p nu
'- American and European plan. a specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage tember 19W. p-
year. C m- > 7th. D. Hale WHson, Ad- for Mobile. Ala.
:Special) summer rates. First-class in pany. 2fe ,,!. : I.- : minUtrator.. i Leave Pensacola Tuesday. 1:30 p. m-
:.very respect Pl***ant and convenient. c ,. ; Sept7oaw8w. '', I for St. Andrews. Millvilie. Apa1achlco.I .a,
Mrs. T. X*. Bowen Prop; Pensa- MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-WI1- .. Carrabelle and intermediate points.
cola. Fla. ISapr lie Mlms. Proprietor. Furniture repairing .. -. For additional information apply to
: I
p _, of all kinds carpets laid, farnlI .. ', : -s- .. -j' NOTICE TO 'SUBSCRIBERS. J. R. SAUNDERS.

41 :CHIPLET HOTEL Oai4 Betterlind I ture packed for shipping. Phone 6:. As all kicks registered in this of- E .R. COBB President.
Frop. Special attention to ommerc1a1tranlers. Next to Tampa landing. 22aprl : fice for failure of General Frt. and Pats. Ajt. P n
1- i Free sample and bath rooms. sacola. Fla.
'Larse.' room with good beds. $2.00 per MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE: : --a paper we cfcarfed'op to the carriers. i
; 'f Kay. Chipley. Fla. 12mchlm Mattresses made ,to order; old ones t'i':: it Is desirous that subscribers be I l '
Mew ticks
-.renovated.. funrtshed send 1, quite certain that Hie
: Y HOTEL-Open night and day. European L' band furniture bought and sold. Up- paper has not I THE JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES
t; plan. Rooms light and clean.Transient bolstering and repairing done. 114 E. '' been delivered"before. registering such' I
-?t trade solicited. 575-579 South Belmont St." *Ky. Phone IlL Davis 'S : : : kick., i Editorial Rooms.. .. .. .. .. *!

_::t 'Palafox.. Jos.' S. Nlcolau. Prop. jMfgOo-. C. T. Davis 3gr.Copper ._ : ., : : At times complaint comes In from Business Office. .. .. .. .' ,IaJI

:! ALFMAN--Tln.; houses at whkb ."we.are certain the i To communicate with The Journa
:HOTEL VERNON Rates J100 per day. IL and Sheet "";;.. "
f : Special rate by week. Special attention IIron Worker: cornice work and sky Rates-Therrate o'n a want-ad paper has been delivered,. and this is :during the day time use the basfnestlomce
to traveling men. Free sampleroom. lights a specialty; roofing guttering and filling the above space'is 25 cents first insertionand obviously unjust to tb-e boym. If phone No. 1500. To comm1
it'L'! i 71aor ., Mrs.. J. P. Mauldin. Prop.; Vernon. .1316.repairing. 315' South Palafox St.2Juaelm Phone 5 cents a day for each..additional consecutive insertion.: ','Send cash with.'the ad. do not get the paper'w want to know you cate with The Journal at night u

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RKEJREPORl MirafpiisiMovement p at 6 ia the morning; How Our Acme Double Flint .1.
- ;_fAcuRtRs STILL A GoodHoifse party the "rwralt?wasVpracttcally being that' 'Without the American sleep CoatcdAsphaiiRooffngtxceisis

irhauit set;out 'to keep its engage- sk $ i ) .
.. made front the best Wool Felt. -
1nient& saturated and coated under a Hew tx>e* 8 with AAb&IL i' ti
JOBBER'S QUOTATIONS KfMUUNTGRtTNA. is a rubber-like (densely eempreemd) Roaftnr Pelt. V -
Leaving a good house ua* The trip from Harwich. Cologne is Coated on both"Sides with Silicate ? i &. Ii
: .
a fair example of the speed with which Resists the action of vapor. adds and fire.! ; t tif. -
painted is as imprudent as. Mr. Bryan raced over Europe. To go Not.affected by beat or cold."I U -
PENSACOLA PRODUCE roofing that never leaks. f
from Milan to Venice in one eveningand Easily am d. tLI ;'r- .
leaving greenbacks out in the '.catch-the through train the next The experience of twenty years proves It to be the best. -
I Ready Roofing on the market. -
Local quotations of the Pensacola pro- rain. A house unprotected afternoon.for If iplcscis..nothing, unless Put up in rolls 32 inches wide and M feet Inches long. I
due market are as follows: .. it happened that the through train containing lea/ uar feet wrapped In h avy casing. t .

Butter Dotter,, Renovated Western Cnamery..30,...22 to to 31c 23c by good paint cracks and rots .4- bad neither ,sleeping nor dining cars;} APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. 'L I t
Cheese...... .........15 to l Hc then it was a serious matter.In -
lgga.: ...................24 to 2:>c and is 3Ply 80 Ibs roll complete. l
unsightly..all.the time. For Its Naples, against the advice per ,
Grown Chickens, dozen ...,$&OO to $6.50 Establishment of'' '
ludts. per dozen.......$ .50 to $6,1>> friends Mr; Bryan insisted upon Tisit- 2-Ply, 70 Ibs. per roll, complete. t !
Irish l'tatoes.per bushel to SOC > Whatever
jeans; per hamper..r..........Jl-50> you do/m// May Felt in the Ing YesuTlns. He went to Torre An. i j 1-Ply, 60 Ibs. per roll,complete. 4 -k :! -
New to $1.7
Onions bag.$1.60
per nnndata over road
New Onions-'' 'h1te. pr bu. ........$L25 Whenever you paint, use a covered with a | Samples and Full Particllars Free.Also8. OF 4
Session foot of powdered lava the most
Onions, new S'eltow, per Ira..Jl.10 Next of penetrating -; -
Onion, bushel..$1 to $1.10 2 and l-pjy Tarred Roofing Paper, Sheathing and
Louisiana new and red Alabama,per Cabbage. two- pure white lead paint. You dnst imaginable. Then, in a Insulating PaperTCarolina -

i barrel crates..........$2.25 to J2.0 Congress. 'donkey cart, he drove up the side of 4
Lemons ...$I.00 to JS-50 will have the best if it is the mountain to Bosco Trecase a village Portland Cement Co., I
Limes, per crate.J2.TC to J3.00
Llmea. per bbl....S1UW oo\o SiN: to The'JolIl'ftaLNew which was entirely engulfed by Atlanta Ga. :: ; -
Apple Virginia per bbl ....$ to Special the lava streams now hardened Into
Apples Western per bbl....13.00 to $3.50 York:. Oct. 4. Oen. FrederickDr.
Rutabagas per bbl ....$2.Th to $3.00 Red \; Grant who was In command of the masses of stone almost as unyieldingas -
Tomatoes, per bu. crate,....Sl-60 to 1.75 i Seal army icpncentratloa camp at Mount granite.- With his own hands, while I' ----;-- I

Geese Sweet Potatoes per dozen per...bushel..$'l.20.4.50 to to J1.25$8.00 Gretna, Penn., this summer has 'e- otter members of the party perspired need have no terrors for you

THE GREAT FOX. Turkeys. per Ib. to 15c Pure White Lead turned tion of here-affaire and of resumed the Department the direc-of tn. the .awful and broke heat, be quantities took a of sledgehammer the WASH DAY if you send your washing to : j, ..

Has been tried for years by men who the East from the department headquarters solidified lava from the stream that The New Method Laundry,, : ; :
ost their machines every hour .in the tIMBER MARKETThere Obdc by the Old Dntcfa Proem) on Governor's Island. Gen. FHORE1188 E, W. LAW HENCE. Prop. Sew VeUd Laudri BWg. W. ROXJU si ; 1
ja> and found to eland the hardest use Grant enthusiastic: the ran through somebody's courtyard, now AGENTS WANTED. S
was results .
the beat work.
iir i Ii"our typewriter got wet don't try bf the encampment, and believes -
'( , u ..n for a Wtl' that Is guaranteed during tho week or any- buyers. In fact after. V passed through the Eternal City the DRINK
13 writing for to do perfect there wa* no market due to the. hurricane. S BOTTLED
work and all repairs free. You can seeboth The merchants and brokers havebeen Accepted as the standard everywhere With the break-up of this camp a night before; and it appeared for an
models. visible and regular. price busy since last week gathering up very strong movement has arisen in hour that he would return to Milan
$1 by calling at 21 Brent Row. Also Umber which was blown on the beach by those who know. favor of making of ilt., Gretna per without revisiting the scenes of former o .
,!l"\.thing In sporting goods. by the storm, will be considerable &Aiie
ftthero: manent military post. By some cur-
loss hi the expense of : greatness. Mr. Bryan knew bis Rome
recovering. FortuaaUly,the timber ownedby oorhanhenelyillustrated Iou turn of events the state of Pennsylvania
Learn all aboutpafntsin from other visits, but be concluded @
the various merchants kept well together has never been awarded a o
and did' not mix to any extent free booklet, sent on application. single United States army post. and upon leaving Naples to stop again. & ::
F. R BRUCE. with Umber from other booms.' due to Friends that he would not
the course of the wind. and while the Gives test for paint purity. this .in spite of the. fact that Penn suspected
conditions present are'bad enough, sylyania.keeps ready for the .coun pass the most Interesting city In southern -

NEW BRENT BUILDING.COTrIECI. would have been' much worse had the try's, service a force .of 9,830 militia, Europe. and they were at the station m
timber become badly mixed. NATIONAL
At Ferry Pass about 4.004 pieces- got Clark Avenue and loth Street, Sc.Louis.MOo more York.than any.other_ state but New at midnight to greet him. Carriages o c, 0 C Before drinking see that
away and went adrift, : washed rushed the party to the new Excelsior you
up on land, and was recovered.--though In New York Pie government has
the expense '.ill be large.* This break For sale by first-class dealers. established twelve garrisoned forts. hotel, where Mr. Bryan was received o 0 get the GENUINE. A word -
rafts.was due to some' one cutting the timber. Theyare Port Hamilton, Governor's with extraordinary considera r4

The condition of the lumber in pprt Is Island,. Madison Barracks at Sackett tion.From to the wise is sufficient
o C 0
much worse than' that of"timber and Harbor, Fort Niagara Fort Ontario at Rome Mr. Bryan returned to )

We are the Pionec there Is piled i is high no way on the of beach distinguishing 1 in many places it. It WESTERN UNIONOFFICIA'LS Oswego Fort Porter, at Buffalo Fort Milan, saw the burned exposition and

and there will be a big loss and much Schuyler at Westchester, Fort Slo- from there proceeded to the Chateau Bottling Works
Coffee Roasters of confusion. cum at New Rochelle, Plattsburg Ttevano: the.home of Chevalier Lombard Hygeia ,
Barracks Fort Terry Fort Totten ,
West Florida.UUGK'SBLEIS. -a distinguished Franco-Italian
near Hell Gate. Fort Wad worth on 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 5B7 .
Staten Island, Fort Wood oatBedloe's living on the southern aide of the Alps. .,.. -.. :
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SHIPPING NEWS Island Fort IL. G.. "Wright on Fish He spent some time as the guest of. -
er's Island.' Robert Hunter in Zurich. _

Rhode Island, smallest, of the _Mr. Bryan then visited and passed .
-- states .has three well garrisonedforts. through the St. Gothard tunnel. Re. "

New Jersey has two oneat turning from Italy he also visited the
have no equal. ,A trial Arrived. ... .. HERE Sandy Hook and the other at Salem. SImplon, which pierces the Alps from Important Factor In .1:;;'

August Belmont Br ss- Clarke All the New England states, Mary Lisle to Brigue., From Geneva he .
will convince the con- 29 .7, Newcastle on Tyne to Gulf land. Virginia', and Delaware all of went to Paris and then followed the
Transit Co.Negpore which are in the Department bf the Business j
noisseur that we Nor' bk Gjerdsen, 1128, East. have their .garrisons... Porto jump from Paris to Gibraltar, through ,

East: .LondQn to;>> A. Zelias. Decided to Run a Cable Rico, even, has two. But. Pennsylvania Spain. When he.had passed through _
make no extravagant'claims. Cleared. and West Virginia, where on Iran, at the frontier the emptiness of _". ::1-:. t'

Astral, Am ss, 'Johnson. ., For Port Across Escambia Bay account of the large coal mining and Madrid and the ,stifling dust ladeD
Arthur in ballast. iron mining population the ,calls for heat of Cordova and Babadilla to say is having the right kind of bank baclc of '.j j -

: Sailed. Work troops: have beenmore frequent than nothing of Granada he was half 111 by You can't be too careful in the selection '; ,
Commencing .
Wholesale and RetailGROCERS Astral, Am tug for PortArthur.. anywhere else, have been slighted.It the :tIme be got. to Algeciras and you.: .
VESSELS.tN ,PORTV. < is likely that the 'movement for crossed to Gibraltar.. of your: bank. This bank wants your I'J -

Steamships. $ Saturday. the establishment at Mt. Gretna of will a make permanentpost itself Captain'Dannemaun had reserved the account and offers absolute safety and every : .I'!

xnihiist r..Bl'--6Sr Spink 1231, Havana very strongly fejt-#txthe, nest sessionof cabin de loan on the Prinzess Irene for accommodation consistent w.ith safety. .
Mr. Bryan, and to the right and left
i to master. \ ; "i.: Prominent officials! of the Western congress. '
and all kinds of Feed I Belle Isle. .Frenca ss-- LeBaire ct the commander the American's Four! per cent interest paid on savings deposits ;,

1354, Cotte' 40.GuK-TransI .Co.. :._ Union Telegraph Company were in party was seated for Its meals. The I interest, compounded every 6 months j I C
Stuffs. E. O. Saltmarsh. rss) Rogers, Pensacola yesterday, coming here TO BDYANS0Tfl: ABROAD cabin de brie was-very seful, for in n

2319 Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. look over the condition of the com It Mr:Bryan found.time and place to i -i
: Ibex Br ss., Rinks, 1729, Hamburg. pany's" property They arrived[ in the take his ease.and prepare his speech. -
tt, order. forenoon and departed at noon. .<'" '1' ')rl h.-i. 4. ,

The real incident of the homeward i
Pluto Water Irtlington Br. S8. iRouffigaac, 1840 As a result of their visit cable. will Story of.the ivelyrPaco.Set by pound Journey' took place' soon-after ,

Pt. Arthur to Eli,'Robinson.' be run across Escambia bay commencing thdlNebraskan. the start. Most of the ship's -company ', .
Kirkstall Br ss, Hlnde, Colon to Saturday morning, containing
master. the -wires of the company: about had yearned {or a storm. Colonel i

Wholes ale 4 and Retail Tugela, Br. ss, .Nicholl, 2141, Car- six in number. Heretofore the wires .. \ TTetmore, of Mr. Bryan's staff had FIRST NATIONAL BANK fci : ,
duff to Baars-fe Co. were attached to the bridge and gav.e : all but prayed lot one.

Vidar, Nor ss. Aruesen. 1084, Sugua trouble whenever there was a.storm. ,. The trouble! began early one mornIng I
New Orleans- Grocery Co. la Grande to Hyer Bros.. of .any se.verity.a 1.-< *. Chairs toppled over, and eggs OF PENSACOLA. FLA. ,
Jovraer f MrPBryaa Through E1I.e '
Ships. The work: of repairing the lines is rolled the length of the breakfast :
Avantl! ?-or. ship Anderson, 1648 being pushed rapidly ahead and the rpp FaD "Iaerest, and H. Was saloon. At noon the trouble came. Designated Depositary of the United States. ; I 9!

London to order. company expects to have its full ser- 1 the'IVeclplent'of tJnnraal'AttentlonIneidents < Soup -ran wild, and the vegetables '}i

Jas. McHugh Ferreira. Port .ship narI: s,:506, Lli- vice la operation by tonight or to' ef
ton to master morrow. Oahs'. .a3OC Cge.d Him.. entire nOOn bill-of fare became bash. Thos. W.- Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts Ass't Cashier. .
Phone Propriotor Canada Br. ship Spurr. 2237, Rio B.1'.2' o'clock the tables were de Director*-F.C. Brent, W.A. Btount W. H. Knowles, W. X. liTer,Jr., :I ,
Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber; Co. THE BANANA PLANT. D. G. Brent. f
When the Bryan party Gibraltar serted. Several loose jointed ports hud :. ; !
Ingrid, Nor. ship, Dannell, 1260 II
late Saturday night, Aug. 18, I IS
& Co. on lost .their bearings, and a dozen staterooms .ar-a- _-_
Antwerp to McK. Oertlng Tree Produces Onlr O.. Bau.' .
To the PitbllcFree Lena. Ital ship, .Tassara. 1581, Lon .f the 'rdit. everybody la it was wearj. For were, flooded. Doors were ; "-4; jft.
don to order. The banana plant la not properly a weeks Mr.v Bryan had led a lively barred and rugs placed about thecracks' -__ .; ,

Barks I all. It bu fiber. It i chase over Great Britain and Europe : to keep the water out. Awnings .W. LAMAR,Presldenl JOHN PFEIFFCR. Assistant Ca,""," ::<.4 1 ,
tree at no woody ) .
K.E.CLASX.Yke-President and Castle J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant CuWv. :; ,
bk, Svensen 1332 went by the board and the men
Alfhild Swed.: i large green fleshy plant with Wl! writes the New .York Herald correspondent !

Durban to master. I leaves six or eight feet long and some' who accompanied Mr. Bryan gathered in the smdklng room. .
114 Durbanto firE"
Andrea.-Nor-bk, Quale, Captain:Dannemann, however knew" THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK -
master times two feet broad. It grows to a on his trip. It had reached as his business. He set the head of his

Avon, Ita.!. bk, ,, .vegD.o.. 147'/, Genoato height of ten to fourteen teet'or even far north as the land of the midnight shIp In the face of the eighty mile an -, .

To those who shave contracted the master.: more according to the variety ot run, and as far south as the hour breeze and fought it out. The OF PENSACOLA, ft*. -1. +

habit of takingone' or some of the Campbell, Nor bk, Hausken. 1100, plant and the soil- and climate. EacS Bides of old Vesuvius, down in the Irene.listed until chairs were not goodto Opera House Building. .

dangerous advertised remedies this! Stavanger, to McKl Oerting & Co. tree produces one bunch of fruit only the ankle of Italy, the boot of the conti- sit on, but by :5 o'clock skies were .
I addressed. Chacma Nor bk, Jorgensen 557 which is really the terminal bud it the DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. ;' : ;
communication particularly Fleetwood to order. I nent. It bad covered all of England brighter, and a few folks came on deck '
plant just like an ear ot wheat .r 1 urban and rural most of Scotland, including watch the mountain
Hereford Nr bk; Jensen, 1380, ; to seas. CAPITAL STOCK, tfOfl.OW. SURPLUS J60.009. ]
of the various so- :, !
If you taKe some It has branched md when .
barley. no and "
the side held
Rosario to order. I Edinburgh on one :. Mr. Bryan presided at a concert .
remedies :
called tonics, ..sUnnach dyspepsia cures, cures, HeimdaU 'Nor.' bk, Hensen, 1354, the fiult fs ready, which Is twelve or I Ayr, the home of Burns on the.other, one evening aboard the ship at.which DIRECTORS. -.' ..
kidney, llTer'.or
for insomnia, 1f'you are In the habit Hull to order.Humberto fifteen menths from the date of plant and aU of Ireland from Belfast to a number of celebrated musical artists Henry L. Covinflton Frank Rellly. F. E. Brawner, _:. .

of taking daily doses of effervescent Span. bk, 1111, Battle log, the tree is cut down and, dona Cork and back: including a little among the passengers performed. He J., M- Pfeiffer, W. 8, Rosasco C. W. Lamar, .: 9 Oi!.

salts for the nerves or cathartics for Havana to-order. with. Journey to the new country home .of delivered a graceful and pleasing little Br)Bn Dunnody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders, ,if;'
constipation nostrums advertised to Isabel Browne, Res bk. Lindqulst, But while it is growing 6p and 'maturing Richard Croker, Just otttT of Dublin. : speech which he began with a humorous A. M. A. ry. W. H. MIlton' 0. E. Maura. .-l-

clear the blobd'take away pimples, 1231, Hull to master.II Nor. .bk Johnsen, its fruit it If tt the sacje time In London. as all the world knows,! ,story at the expense of a la'W"e1'who W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie OerUng : ,(.
Oscar ,
King Alex McGonln: C. M M C. Clark.Mltty .
clear the- skin etc. apparently harmless 752, Rosario. to. A. Zelfun.( sending up from Itt roots other young Mr; Bryanwas: the recipient pf such : bad-introduced him and had been .Co\'fngton. ;f ;

but'highly dangerous advertised Lilla, Nor bk. Aanonsen, 1030, Santos plants or suckers-perhaps eight or unusual attention from every class, somewhat extravagant with his flattery (
headache cures-then we say try .us to order. ain of them. Each of these will produce from King Edward to the most liberalof and Mr. Bryan was reminded of la coaniciioa: for tt.csnyetlenc of cuitomen.'Four -:'

without a cent cf-.cost to you. .. Lluis, Uruguayan bfc, Lopez 700. its own bunch In turn some of Liberals that he was well worn when an occasion-in 'younger'days when .
100,000 people die annually In America p.rc_'nt fnt.restPald on Time Deposit' 4
Havana to order. them in a couple of months after tho he took ship at Harwich for the continent. he was to deliver a political speech
of head '
ache from, heart the and use kidney dangerous remedies. Maria, Ger ,bk, French,- 1022 Kings parent plant and there will thus te' a Then he resumed his high speed! somewhere in Indiana. -=-:-_____ --.r. .:,\ j

Bromonia is absolutely harmless and Lynn Noach to matter VI Swed bk. Burgfeldt 1260. regular succession of fruit: Many of traveling. After a morning at The "The chairman a good natured Irishman ........... ....,............... .............t..... : -

more effective as a.cure for the above Port Natal ,to.order. these suckers have to be dug ,up and Hague Mr. Bryan told -his friends he, ,",said Mr. Bryan, "came, to me ... '
complaints than anything known to Olivari Ital bk. Costa, Genoa to or planted elsewhere, or they would be and they would spend the afternoonIn and. asked me how I wanted to be (in I =::::- 7E"5-- : : ,,' \tl.t

Medical Practitioners. Not 'a patent. too thick on the ground. Amsterdam.But trod Ced. I asked him to refer to me '

nostrum. der.Superb, Nor bk, --TJllch, 1934-. Ant And there is this peculiarity about The Hague was so beautiful! as 'Mr. Bryan. a lawyer of Jackson Deposit your money in a savings bank at 4 i _

Cutout coupon atthebottom' of this jrerp to __ZeiIus & Co. the banana: You can plant it at," any Surely it was worth a day or so. Mr. 'T1U .' I had Just been admitted to the : cent., 'when the Pensacola Home and Savings 1,'I'.-
artlcli send to us. You will receive per
Schooners.Donna season, and the fruit ripens all the Bryan admitted the beauty, but an, bar and .wanted the fact known. The will issue stockbearing t t
a package/free of cost Be sure Christina, Am sch, McLeod' year round. When once a banana fie'd' imperative engagement witha distinguished -I chairman came to me half a dozen : Association_ you paid-up t {. _

to$3,000 write will name1 l>e and Br sch, ReddIe, 2001) SL "
can show that''Bromonla is not absolutely to be done is to keep It clear of parliament of Holland made it I finally introduced me, saying. 1fr.I 2 semi-annually. i .. '1i
Lucie to ; .
safe! to take. Formula furnfehd Freddie Heucken Am sob, Bryant, weeds and keep thinning out the mnltt- necessary for Wn to take train for I I O'Brien will now spake. H. a DeSILVA A. ORCCNHUT J. 8. Re.*e. R. Mi CARY, <
to any physician. Hospitals and to master. plying suckers. Amsterdam after a four hoar automobile -i Among those who went down New President. VIc.-PrssId.nt. Treasure Secretary. + 4

doctors! supplied In bulk free of charge. 575 Havana sch. Axelsen, 55, Tampa ,race from The Hague to Scbe- Tone bay welcome Mr. Bryan was I i Director*-H. O. D S1N., A. Qr",f>hut.. KnowUi Hytr, A. V.
Hjalmar.Am i
Clubbs, C. H. Deer O. E. Maura, Sol Cahn.
Omaha. Spying .
'ven1I gen and from there to Delft and Mayor J.CLDahlman of
to 43 South Palafox. 'Ifi.
FREE BROMOIA COUPON. order.The Said Too > back to The Hague. This part of the Mayor Dahlman standing in the bow 4

Fatei. "Now sir," said the cross examining trip made that lovely section of Holland of the foremost,tug, Mr. Bryan laughed .. .. i":

Xame.. .. ..'.........0-.t............' Fable teaches' that the fates were counsel "answer 'Yes' or "No. The appear as a mere pasteL Promptly heartily, shook his' bead at the coil ; ; ; ; : ; 1

three goddesses holding one a spindle. court does not want to know what: you at 5 o'clock'however.M Bryan and of rope which the "cowboy" mayor City Pensacolaimprovement Bonds. :

City.. ........-.-,..- ........:......... another a distaff and the third a pair supposed. supposed that.. had my his friends were in the Amsterdam I held in hIs hand and said: I
of shears. They spun, the thread of watch in my pocket this morning but residence of Mr. Bauchen one of the *I guess you're going to get me Denomination $1,000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing Jannary 'j.- ,. -
human life, then, and men's as a matter of fact I had left it en bulwarks of the Dutch government Jim." 1st. 1938. Redeemable an. lit 19Z6. Interest Payable Seml-Aannally. :. :

State.. .. .............................. destiny was either happy or unhappy dressing room table. The court.wants my Here it appeared that there would be "You're right we are. Will. We've WE OFFER FOR'SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN ri1: ', ';
according to the texture of the wool facts, sir, not supposition." A bit of rest but Mr. Bryan had planned come a long way and we won't }eave '1

My disease is.--.:............... employed by -tht'> Inexorable deities. The witness did not quibble any it otherwise. He had another without you.: The Bank of Pensacola :
Might it not be saidthat here belowwe more, and the case went quietly on. equally Important engagement in Cologne "Too won't have to" replied Mr. Peoples ,

My nearest drtfgslst-is-ia.! ........... play more or' less the part of the But when the lawyerarrtred borne that in the morning. This meant an Bryan. < Pensacola! Fla. -f- : ,

fates? It is we who in some degree evening the wife of his bosom said to 8 o'clock departure from Amsterdam, .&.IlJe stepped aboard the second tug _. _. ___ -------------J -k t 1
of ---
In the bow ----- -- ---- --
mold our own destinies.-Pittsburg him: examination of Mayor Dahlman stood
.. ..... ...... .. ... ,. ...... with a very annoying to toss his :
:" ,, : Press. Ton must bar been anxious about baggage Emmerich BOOB after mid- the Julia C. and made: ready L. HILTON GREEN. PresfdenL T. E. WELLES. W -Pre Went.MOREXO. ...
Address: your watch to send four men after it- bight Tbn. In a very inferior train rope about the bead of Mr. Bryan. A E. U. BUSHNELU Cuhler. 1L\NSFIELD A* t Cajbler t.\

*otbev:Deck.ocy'M one after the other. proceeded to Cologne arriving moment later the rope con whirled
said'the waiter "this cafe is the party heads of a CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ; .f-
the air over the
"What! cried the lawyer as a BUSpicion there at the: witching hour of 4 through "
Bromonia Company thoroughly op to date. We cook. byelectricity. crossed his ormen end landed plump about FlorIds.DIRECTORs. '1
-' mind.. "Did you giveIt o'clock: la the inorniag. It happened score of PeuMCoU .1
:! op"to'uy of'tbem?' that/the only! "steel .construction building the neck of Mr. Bryan who stopped ::1.t:

688 Broadway, New York.I "Is that po?** said the guest, pointing "Of courser: she said. "I gave it to in course of 'erection.: In Cologne short and; gazed with surprise at Dahl- Ceo. W. Wright Morri Bear,T. E. Well*. Rlx M. Robinson I... Hilton Green. -- I'A

Special sale now being held by < 'to a platter. "Then willjyouplease the first who called. Why ha aerially in the same block with the GENERAL .BANKING. BUSINESS TRANSACTED. :
NAil BROS.. WHOLESALE D > HAN-I' give that beefsteak another Ihf tr- knew where had left it!" was located've' caught-me sure, Jim" fee i :._ j
UTERS. Detroit Free Preaa. you Doni hoteL_Tha 4!!!!LGwD&n _fL. -. -i -

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of Conduct That Remind* Me etc.,
at 75o.- These :will make you laugh. ON'ITH AT lliB.
Something else'new most of the stan-
limp leather.
tart works to pocket lisa ,
...TScTThumb-naU aeries ofat
,* not only in the weaves and colorings of the b41&stan4&rd paper..worb $1.00.Shakespeare. .
Dickens, H AYANA V

?. Fall men fabrics of proportions, but in'the various Some men garments can,.wear for ITCapt. T MD.O LE \ fORTUNE lowest Cooper. :retc.r prices.MT .;-In Scott numerous umas bindmg, &-t ,

.entire stock la new and Includes all --
the' -
the extreme styles while others prefer
of the new.things In the book line.

I ,,. more conservative.kinds, and this is where In Taft Autho Expenditure '
te McKay of Steamer Philanthropist's Success HABERDASHER
'All 'Money Necessary
Tells of St. Louis Has Beenof of :
Gussie, Story : H RR.Y'r.: HOWLAND,

MAMMOTH 'STOCK OF MEN'S .' Character To Stamp Out., the Pre:
Hurricane. Phenomenal Manager.De Luna Book: Store -* -

DoLunaSt. Fever. S KSE

g The Tampa Times'' of October 1,

says: St. Louis Mo, OoL 4. The remark ice Charcoal and Havana Oct.., 4Dr.: Barnet, chief -=
hits the mark, of appreciation. give you Capt James McKay arrived home able results that are being accomplished Coal, executiv: 'officer of the Cuban health MEN ARE LEARNING THAT BY

: f .the.styleyou want, in the fabric of your to-day on the steamer Manteo accom: in St Louis by L. TV,'Cooper department, said today:: "Gotvernor BY UFE ASSURANCE

choice. Prices from all,the panted by twelve of the passengers have become a topic of universal Interest Wood Taft told us to use. any amount of Incomes are maintained mOrtga
range way and nine of the crew who were' on the the week. Cuba Into protected debts secured, unde'i"e ,
up'.by..easy stages to $37.50. i iI ir steamer Gussie with him when she Reports that past! preceded Ws--rislt to 'Delivered anywhere in the first money class'needed'. sanitary for potting condition and enterprises guarded, business render
ed Investments given .
r was driven' ashore in ,)1obHel1arbo. this city told, of :Mf: Cooper's great city. We can supply you in stamping out the' yellow fever. We pennaaen
value and capital
during the hurricane last Wednesday But the man preserved. A iw
brigades Ap
in theasL 'sanitary ]
I serviceis are today tin THE EQUITABLE
and our does all till
'wide quantity
morning. attract
and medicine did not any at a number' of cities,' but
and more -provides for the
I Captain McKay was seen b,. a spread attention until the beginning of always prompt Phone hare not submitted any estimates of ter your death. Send us your fa.mnyat.
Times shortly after his arrival week here. Then the Inter nat:!.
man his second expense. !In Havana now ,there are and address.KNOWLES .
and gave a graphic and 'thrilling ac- est in him became very noticeable and 363. three cases of, yellow fever ,one of age
I coun of his terrible experiences. The has steadily gathered headway until his which came from Guanabacoa. There BROS.. Insurance SEN

THE JOHN WHITE STORE veteran sea' captain displayed deep preparations are now being sold in E. G. SEWELL are no cases elsewhere In the Island
emotion as he told the story and enormous quantities and his headquarters and no special epidemic Is threaten. NE!
tears trickled down his. bronzed is a most interesting place in 26 N.: TARRAGONA STREET_ ed but precautions are urgently! necessary Just Received.

cheeks and sobs shook hIs'great form which to spend a half hour ." Imported Macaroni. Sweet OO Cham'* AE
when he reached the climax. People are coming from all partsof There is some incendiary talk of Dill Pickles, Saner Kraut, MackereLCM
Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear statement was in .The man Alabama arms in Fish PIgs Feet Spanish Onions. pC s;<
him. Florida and
Captain McKay's the city to see woung resistance to. laying down Bread. French Navy Bread. Everrtltii
part as follows: and his assistants are surrounded by various parts of the island but Governor fresh and new :
1-! Tuesday morning I cleared to swarms of humanity from early until LAND COMPANYManufacturers Taft and the commissions regard Witch Basel 11.00 per gallon. jtH
Phone 225 205-207. PALAFOX leave Mobile for Tampa with a heavy late-!ome to tell wnat has been accomplished the situation a* being well In Marine Grocery Company.V.
cargo and twelve passengers among for them by the Cooper hand. The situation around Havanais .
them three ladles and a child. The ,medicines; others to buy the'"reme: of reported quiet. Governor Taft has J. VIDAL, Manager.
that morning contained .- and Dealers in 'departments engagedIn
newspapers government
storm warnings and'.Jhe weather bureau :dies.Perhaps noThing has done more to LUMB R..SAWED KILN-DRIED'SAP.CYPRESS.SH1N- their usual work and no'resignations THE TIME HAS COME
---- displayed signals giving notice arouse this interest than Mr. Cooper's GLES. AND of government officials have

of a northwest gale;: The barometerwas i statement concerning' internal parasites been tendered. dtu;
f' not low and I thought thatif i or tapewprmsras they are commonly TO OVERHAUL t
very -
and f for Sale Winter and "At "commencement MONEY ,WAS GIVEN, LectWe; -
Coal Ice Summer. I could get outside could skirt the called. : your 'Fail and Winter Clothing, and till 'moron'StatcouL
blow by, going outside the regular Ii of bis Tisit to this '1ty,- he claimed forget-Baby'is restless, feint'sleep place to send them to be pressed cleaned
: Get our prices before placing your orders. We course. But as I approached the bar ,that these creatures'were responsible' : at night won't 'eat, cries''spasmodIc- and repaIred Is the
I 'noticed a tremendous sea rolling I for much; of the'ill health of this generation TO SUFEERERS ally A bottle of White's Cream
sell Jellico, Galloway and Alabama best lump coal outside and several pilots passed me ; he claimed that. a large percentage Vermifuge never fails,,to cure; Every Pensacola Dyeing, Cleaningand trail

We still maintain our' up-to-date: ice delivery, and warned me not to.go out as they r of all chronic stomach trouble mother should give her' baby White's
had been driven in by the terrible was"caused by them; lie, stated Cream Vermifuge. So' manytimes Pressing Club. '
Our. price for ice on at is i POSITION of t
t system. platform factory medicine I .U HILTON' GREEN TAKES
that his "New discovery'
weather. I then dropped back np the ,: : when the baby Is pale and fretful,
;4 : 25 cents per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232. harbor about three n iles and droppedthe I would prove l starboard anchor paying out I as it would remove hundreds II' A bottle of thlsmedicine. would bring work.
The Moore: Ice Company about thirty fathoms of chain. The tapeworms before he'left tie city. AUTHORITY TO RE- color to his cheeks and laughter to
I wind contiued to freshen :.and the I These statements seem to have,been I his eyes. Give It'a triaL Altering o! Men's and Women's
Corner Garden and Manresa Streets verified. During the past IT.
Factory, barometer to go lower during.the day completely I FUSE 'Seis

; P. O. Box, 422. Phone 232 and by nightfall I 'realized that we !I two have weeks been taking hundreds the Cooper of people preparation who- L. Hilton 'Green' has addressed the PUBLIC' ,-SALE. Clothes I,Specialty.Our t

were in for a,very serious experience. I for some form of stomach trouble: following letter to Major Bliss which: There will be offered to the highest terms are reasonable and we BUT, late.pose.
I told Mate Billings to make everything bidder, Tuesday October l th, 1906.
possible and all I have been relieved'of one of these i the latter says that he approves at 10 Lonm. at the office of Robert antee satisfaction on all work.
as snug as parasites. In consequence, Cooper. -Pensacola, FIa.. Oct. 4th, 1906. Tuemler & Co.. 331 Brent building for
..................." ........................... hands were kept on duty. and his theories hare been growinginto -Hon. Chas. H. Bliss, Mayor, City of account of whom It may concern the Reese & Mendel Prop'trs RUtl:
z German bark Marie. her tackle and apparel -
\ "The velocity of the wind Increased emi
each day.
prominence Pensacola.
greater I vessel to be taken by purchaser in
4 i steadily and about 9 o'clock the Mr.: Cooper's statement that a general "Dear Sir-It is reported In the the condition and position she now lies. No. 13 N. Palafox Street. Phone J75. er
anchor began dragging. We- let out lassitude was the surest indication newspapers that the Mayor of Mont I I Will also be sold at the same time the ALL WORK CALLED FOR, AND not
I Inverted Gas I 1 on board consisting of about DELIVERED;
fathoms chain'and drop- cargo now '
Lamps thirty more of this trouble to be correct.
i seems gomery requested you to instruct a 62.000 superficial feet of pitch pine sawn ftC i
I. ped another anchor with sixty: Statements' by people;who have had! Relief Committee to draw on him for timber. Terms of sale cash
fathoms. The wind continuing to Increase I this experience seem to be very; mud $500.00 a contribution to the "sufferers ,*' CAPT. WILL T. FRENCH t
: the' engines! were startedahead I alike. All saying thaTa.feeling'of extreme -j from the flood." I 'notic that the'I" Master.. WINTER SERVICESAT C
: ::: The'arm of the fixture is over the light, the full speed to relieve the strainon weariness n&
; : light showing the rays downward in same : the chains, but they did not relieve which they'attributed-to; stomach trottble .;"-] of Commerce declined the same HIDE IN PENSACOLA
: the pressure in the slightest degree."I had afflicted'"themrA tag, I presume, sufficient n' At St. Michael's Catholic church
: manner as electric_ ,bulb. Light is very thought for a time that we wouldbe statement of this character whichis I hand for Immediate needs' hav-j "Boy," said a haggard man to an masses during the winter<< months will a'aw
blown out to sea. and in that almost identical: with all those I urchin in the highway. "the officers are ;
strong and clear and casts no shadow. that committee. Under such I after me. Can you show me a place be at the following hours: First
i I event we would'surely have been lost given by people who fiave had 'the. stances \ suggest that it is your ,duty where I ran hide and be safe? Whereno mass 7 a. m.. Children's man 9 a. eng
but the terrific current setting In-It IDe-experlence'isasl.ol1ows:. i will look for ?" v
6 to Instruct some other Relief CommIt. one ever me I h.; late mass 10:30 a. m. Vespen e
must have in at least twenty- Mrs. B: Preniel, living1at 4040 StFerdinand : "Dead sure" said the urchin. "Hurryover
cope to for the it is Rosary Benediction: at 4
Put For $1.50 tee draw money; as to that piano store. It never ad- and p. a.
Up 11 five miles an hour-held .her up and : ( 'street who wste relieved of I apparent that there Is a great amount vertises."Musical Trade Review. Baptisms 2 p. m. .
kept her broadside to it. The steamer one of these parasites by the, Cooperpreparation I of loss and suffering among many sufferers Cs'
rolled terribly and her big, wheel when see:!''by a reporter; '
from the late flood in this CAPT. NORRIS GLASS
'. ,
4t Pensacola Gas Company i''houses ,were probably all that saved saM neighborhood who need assistance AND GLAZING.E. .

.her from rolling over.- '"I feave''been'In poor" health for six I and though the City of Pensacola is NOW AT TAMPACapt. B. WELLS, 10 E. INTEND EN CIA. acU
: : Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Streat. : ""She struck on what we afterward years. I TrasHTn' general rondowii not asking for outside aid, I suggest enile
: Richard Norris and wife
condition attributed this to stomach
discovered was Dauphin's Island
: 4 o'clock the morning. We trouble as Ir-'had!i .a very irregular -that the authorities have not the rightto 'Who. until recently were in chargeof Real Estate Transfers.
: ...................e..............,................. did about not know at in the time ,where .we appetite and would hare ..a refuse any moneys which7 ate givento the work of the Salvation Armyin
them in trust for the sufferers In this city,. have been'assigned to Following 1* a list of the real estate showal
'f were but I was convinced shortly after -bloating sensation after me ls. My transfers recorded yesterday furnished by
we struck that we were safe fora chief'trouble. was that I felt toed all the post at Tampa. Capt. Norris. the Pensacola Abstract Co.:
CONDITION OF "If you do not know of 'any committee during the eighteen months he was pea
GULf CITY COFFEE CO time at least. the"time. Even in the morning aftera DEEDS.
handle this fund I
that can stationed in this city, accomplishedmuch
"As daylight came and we could night's sleep. I would wake up feelIng Executors Estate of "Wm. Fisher deceased -
H. P. CHIPMAN Manager. SPONGE.MARKET see around us the scene presentedwas no more refreshed than when I can name you committees of ladies good and made'many' friends to Geo. A. Siddens-The south 3J -g
Roasters Blenders and Shippers of :went to bed I.tad dizzy snplls, and who are doIng good relief work In who will be pleased to learn that he feet of the north 90 feet of lot 3, and the
The Fishing Gazette says: appalling. The. steamer was lying this city, who I am sure would be has been assigned to such a deSirable south 30 feet of the north 90 feet of th jsajwo
According to lateadvices the marketat on high land which had probably would see spots before my eyes and other similar west 52 feet of lot 2. block 45. East King lag
Tarpon Springs }'ia.. has been the least' exertion would glad to handle this or stations as'that at Tampa.
Fine Coffees weak. before been under water and tire me. Itwas Tract east of Tarragona street-J160.OLucy ( W;
sheepswool: selling! from 2.50@3-50 each. never an effort to attend to my dutiand funds for distribution where It is Capt. and Mrs. Norris have been Smith to Katie F. Warfleld-*
: OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Advices from Florida say a cessation Insponge bent down beneath her was a large; much ,needed. I am succeeded by Oapt. and Mrs. Harmon east 30 feet of lot 2 and the west :20 fee' Un'
even' mind seemed dull and
diving operations Is taking place tree with other large trees near. All my of lot 3, block 41, *'ew City Tl'llct1100.00 lot
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. "Yours respectfully, who were formerly'stationed at Jack.
owing it Is said. to the low price offered vessels'were slussrsh. and other valuable considera
around piled bel
-_ _ for this product and we are informed us large up "My eyesight has been getting poorer "L. HILTON GREEN." sonville. tions.
that several boat operators will not resume on the beach and the houses which Wfl
c CLOTHES business until prices advance, as formerly' stood on the island were all lately and I noticed that my mem- pee
the prices now prevailing are too low to swept except the lighthouse. cry was not,as good as it used: to be. 'cot.
:: CLEANED AND PRESSED.'To meet the expenses of running the boats. If I stood for any length of time I .
bave'your fall and winter clothes There are some 800 Greeks engaged in "It was the worst experience I have would have dull pains in' the lower of
cleaned pressed and repaired and put in this business as divers and crews and ever'had. I was in a hurricane at Chew What You Know About TOT"I
of ; back and tf I ascended the and
the boats my
good condition send them to us.We are operated (with very few Punta Rassa in 187S when the wind part "I
do eveorthlng In that line and guarantee exceptions) by Greeks. A few months 92 miles hour be- stairs quickly my heart beat very
registered an
ago the boats were receiving fancy prices gauge "
: our work. Ladies' work a specialty. Gt'ntlemen' rapidly. ,
: membership rates. $1.00 per for their product and every boat was put fore it was blown away, and ,it appeared I ml
"I tried "of
very sort preparafon,
Into service and new ones built for this
: month. All work called for and delivered. to me that the wind blew, I
Phone 137!. purpose. The result is that owing to hoping to throW off this dull'feeling. I
the large amount of this product being twice as hard in-Mobile: bay last Wed heard so mwti about this man Cooper, Know What 'pi
; ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB, put on the market prices dropped to a nesday morning. No man could face You Are ChewingThere Ida
that I decided to nis
j.i 9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET, figure which it is said. will not pay the it-it felt like thousands of needles try ;
t WALTER MOULTON, MANAGER. expense'of operation. We are Informed I bought two bottles-ot New Discovery itj)
,- -.,. -, -:'" that some operators are dropping out of sticking in your flesh. And the ''I toe* only t few doses of thpreparation ., th<(
the business and turning It over to their noise! it seemed like ten thousand left Ut-

) and The demand question and seems must to be be one regulated of- devils were screaming"all around us. system. Jt,and was a about tapeworm fifty feet my in is real pleasure in chewing 'chewers and pounds of tobacco I ha

J along these lines.. Why the paint was blown'off the length. as near-as; I could judge. NowI laPP
JI For the week ending August 18 $10,000 iron and woodwork as clean as if. it know what has been the matter with the best tobacco grown-where the chewed, to the population in those
Jj was paid for sponges at Tarpon Springs ,
F I had been scraped off. The: glasses Ctlie
all these years and I Iwfli :
me am sure
Fla. While there best
Was a falling off in the tobacco grows-in the famous States where
j quantity offered. prices were advancedover were blown In and the t boats carried be all right again! SCHNAPPS tobacco
former sales. A commodious build- from one side of the vessel to the The success of these new' Piedmont. In;
preparations '
Ing, or Sponge Exchange," has been other. A IeCtlon' smokestack. In St Louis is confined largelyto Country. was first sold than 'there are in the a.

erected.wherein, affording better the crop facilities will for be auctioned both- was blown away cut out as clean as cases of stomach trouble, but the Only choice selections of this States where SCHNAPPS has not tuI !
I fishermen if it had been done with giant shears, I in
and local purchasing agents.At medicine seems to be remarkably successful -
f Nassau fleet is(laid Bahama up Islands owing )to the hurricane sponging leaving the top of the stack': hangingby ",in oases of rheumatism. Mr. well-matured and thoroughly cured yet been offered to the trade. fee

!I months.: During the summer priws have the stays."Wednesday. Cooper ascribes this to the fact that tobacco is used in making 1C.;
; been well maintained. The slump in I went up to Mobile in stomach trouble 's indirectly pons SCHNAPPS is like a' cup of fine M

hama Florida catch.did not seriously affect the Ba- one of the lifeboats to arrange for bla for many diseases rheumatism SCHN PPS. That'swhySCHNAPPS Java coffee sweetened just enough Ut'i
flic removal of the passengers and being among them. ,

I A Most Worthy Article. crew. On the'way up we passed several and,others of the Reynold'sbrands,, to bring out its natural stimulating
; I Norwegian fruiters and they; all *
: When an 'article' has been on the refused to give me a tow, but 'finally Gussie and her cargo. The steamercan as shown by the Internal Revenue qualities., SCHNAPPS pleases all

market far years and pains friends we were picked up by a tughoat be saved and the cargo Is not statistics for fiscal made the classes of. be- .
t it year, chewers: the rich ItS u.S
every year, Is safe to call this "The Manteo was saved by finding very' badly damaged. u.C

:3t I medicine a worthy one. "Such is Bal- shelter between two,large,warehouses The situation in Mobile is beyond: S wonderful growth ,of six and one'cause they do not finda chew that
lar 's Horehound Syrup. It positive and I arranged with them to bring'Our description. The water rose 9% feet
4i -. ly cures coughs and all Pulmonary party over. I left Mate Billings and there and the damage amounts to quarter million pounds, or a net really pleases. them better at any ItU

.* : i diseases. One of.the best known merchants -ten of the crew In charge of the millions of dollars. gain of one-third of the entire C:
in. price because it is more
Mobile Ala., says: -I want to say." added Captain Mc ; poor,

",., e ., .,c 3 I been"For troubled five years with my the family has not -- Kay. "that the passengers and crew increased consumption of? chewing economical than the large lOc. or trU tra I

#. I we owe this to Ballard's winter Horehound coughs TYPWRITRRPMR'S ''of the Gussie behaved nobly. The 'and smoking tobaccos in the United 15c.
1 -' I i crew did everything in their power. plugs and they get ,their money's a'p.
Syrup. know it has
r ..i I saved my chil- to the : '
save vessel and the passengers States.
dren from sick worth of the real stimulating p.a
) s. 3; Cepyri9hf.9C5TD many spells. gave us no, trouble. Mate Billings ; snappy, p.I

:; i.ii House of Kuppenheimw and the veteran engineer J. T. Parry Evidently, chewers cannot 'resist, flavor so appreciated by totheflavorandtheycheerSCHNAPPS tJt]
NOTICE.Principal stood at their posts through it all, and
A ke-m' every man responded to every command 'bacco lovers. All imitations contain U
; at school No. to the best of his ability The
KUPPENHEIMER 1 on Thursday and Friday of this week Having secured the services of an expert because' SCHNAPPS cheers them much more.sweetening thanmore'
between S.OO and 1 o'clock to examine repairer we beg to notify the public three ladies on board displayed great a
WATERSHED.Is pupils who have not yet been dasitie that we are now prepared to overhaul bravery. A little child of Mr. Wade, .than any other, chewing tobacco SCHNAPPa made thatway ,1'a
st X UCOOK.. adujust or rebuild all makes of typewriters of }Manatee slept through the hurricane They: are 1'U
: a perfect waterproof ,Coat County Supt and adding machines and cash regie and and every man' that chews
a portion of the time the to hide bacco improperly -
i: for a rainy day., for all other days ters. All work guaranteed. Estimates fill- tjoor 1'a
Its a etyllsh. perfect-fitting Over- NOTICE. ed. Telephone us and we will send for sea was breaking over its bed. SCHNAPPS the tr
passes good thing
;f coat- 12 to $27.60. Pensacola. Oct., 1st 1906. your machine or call and make an examInation "Only one man was seriously hurton cured. 1'a
j Teachers and Patrons of the City and estimate. f%. the steamer a seaman who vas along one chewer makes other For
Public Schools.JAttention; ; pitched down the hatch and had sev. the man who chews tobacco tt

Unless further notice is given the era! ribs broken. The door of the chewers-until the fact is now es? -.-fcT-tobacco sake there is no chew tI

:t i City Schools! will stand aournjuntil PensacolaTypewriter pilot house blew In-and struckme on tablished thatthere ,
HI' 0. ANSON Monday,, Oct., 15th. inst the'nose and broke it, I think. I was are manymoI'C: like SCHNAPPS .

N. B. COOK., unconscious for a short time. I

L CASH CLOTHIER, r SuperintendentGLASS ;Exchange washed"We picked off the up a'schooner manwl* 'o had King been of Sold at SOc. per pound in Sc.:'Cuts., Strictly We. and 15- .-Plugs; a t

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Corter Pilafox u41.tiID.. PHONE 1369, Avon' which capsized, and the crew -' t

|& i -of' I t AND E. B. 'WELLS GLAZING.,' EINTENDENCIA.' 313-315 Brent ,Building, burled on thebeachl"a number.: "dead v bodies found. *-,. R.; J.. REYNOLDS TOIACCO' COMPANY. W'nsto' -SalemJ H. C. f(

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