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 7, 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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f : ; i Baldwin a boy. Several others Where Buildings Will Bi &;- '
== ( time France. to-day won the Inter-i i ,
COVERED WITH REVOLVERS I II I were slightly hurt Dr. Weilchqtt, .
national automobile road race for the '
=::. J! driver of an Italian car lost control Protected From Surf. -.
d : W. K. Vanderbilt Jr.. which-was
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SYSTEMATIC: 'AND,- WITHOUT I I run o r'the'turnpikes' Long Island.] then,plunged.down an embankment. I ----- 41
I Italy was; second France' filled the! Several persons were run down by !
DISORDER-N T TROUBLE FEAR :third and fourth' place and Germany touring cars going and returning-from CREW. AND EQUIPMENT NO"d

!was fifth Tracy of the American the race.. QUARTERED IN '
ED IN MOBILE.. '** i I!team was 'on the'ninth round'and led The blare of the bugle and the cry /1

-- I.the-Americans when the race'stopped. of, "car coming" had no effect-on the STEPS WILt. BE TAKEN UNTIl ,
:Only five machines:completed the last crowd and they held their positions .
Associated 'Pfe... 1))
lap of the course. The total distance till the .car was within a hundred
Mobile] Oct 6-4 Firty-flve' masked [of the'race was'297.1 miles'and; Louis yards then gave Way reluctantly] SITE FURTHER WEST. j' g.
; driver"of,the French winning leaving 'for the .r.rl'
J4 men of Mobile to-day" boarded the Wagner : barely room rushing ;
: '. Southern Railway tram atJMount Ver. i car made the distance in 290 minutes car spitting fire and flames 'and roar- .., ;i
10 seconds, speed of more than a ing like a battery of artillery to dash ; {
noon., .twsnty miles,,north of Mobile, 'mile' minute for the'.race.One ,. through. The new life saving station on j L:. :
1 disarmed Sheriff! Powers, who was' of ,morethan' one hundred Tracy, the American drove the I I Santa1 Rosa Island, with quarters for: ,

*:1 j1I4iF : conveying' Robinson and Thompson, 'thousand spectators -who- lined the fastest lap of the day, establishing a ,the men, will never occupy the save ::. :

R f the negro rapists; from Birminghamto ..course paid with his life the penaltyof I record of 28 minutes and 21 seconds of the, one demolished by the hurri :

Mobile for trial; took the''prisoners too great curiosity. Two cars had for the course. cane. The ,fearful beating of the -
f passed when the man ventured out on Summary:. Louis Wagner (France)
from and getting- o2 .the trainat gulf during the blow] leveled thE' _
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the road and a.French car, driven by first; Vlncenzo Lancia( Italian) sec
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,,., n + wfie"w w 6 3V erf za *wb :"i Elliot Shepard dashed into him ond;; Antoine Duray (France) third; .island that the place is entirely toe =
1 .ri'' M, '..F.7or ro; eRy; 'S kK3s from oak Mobile, strung at"'the them roadside.:up to Them a throwing him high, in the ajr. When Albert Clement, fourth and Camillo low for .safe occupancy* or rather a ;
big tree hg was picked up he'was*dead. Joseph Jenatzy (German) fifth.Service big sea would break over the bold 1
b than quietlydispersed, leaving
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,. a'r9swr a .. y A the bodies hanging. tags, and as \ consequence it is believed g,
The l lynching was the' climax To a I and will probably be recooi ;l

- series of crimes against: women of to Be Resumed Over mended that the new station be con :.'.>' i :
Mobile which.resulted: in
3Y by negroes
structed at least
a mile to the westward : .
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riot and the attempted': storming
the :Mobile Jail! laSt Tuesday night, Dummy Line to Big Bayou or else at some point having \ ). ::i If; ; "
ed in which ona man was'kllleA a higher elevation, so. .as,to at least' ;.;'di ; '
..ern' FIRST METHODIST CHURCH BUILDING. I I Robinson was. I rushe to 'Birming. protect the' buildings. ; ''

ham for safe-keeping' where Thomp-: Service over 'the dummy line as The company has had. a big forceof Capt. W. A: Hut hiIis, 'superintendent ,;4j
cy Work on This Proposed Handsome New Edifice. Will Soon Begin on ,East Wright !I bon had previously been taken ark l lSLeriff far as Big Bayou is to be resumed men at work for several days plac- of the life saving service of ,j t ;":
Street., I13flED13E : Powers 'Was ,klngthe ,prisoners -j this afternon at 1 o'clock and from I I ing the track in condition and removing the ,
Ninth district .'
who has been in
is.f' back for triaL i'1 ,
; 1 I '.that hour to 6 o'clock a half-hour the piles of debris and by 1 >
lee No disorder accsmpan'ed' the lynching schedule will be maintained.! No o'c:ock this afternoon it will be In the city for several days stated yes :,.,,' r
of the negro rapists. The 'City electric cars will be run but one of condition for trains to move over. terday afternoon that the crew Is 'I ,",! i'1 ,
CHIEF ,:SCtlAD TO lE'AVE I to-night; is Qui t and' no further the engines with 'number of cars The Little Bayou bridge en top ot now quartered in tents on the island '" (ii;
G CROCUS trouble' is anticipated attached will be used as it is expected which was a big lighter loaded with with their equipment and that no .!" .
; H. I Masked Won Boarded Train.When that an immense crowd will make lumber and which was badly damaged steps toward rebuilding had been '-.:" ":' \o:
:0t OVEMBElfi1 r the traM,_ rited'at Mount the,trlp and! view the, wreckage.. has been repaired and Is now taken. In fact he said none would = ,;
OffiCE ON I I Vernon eight %l1C'r ear ur white Monday-jqjoroinsljrJa.. :,.ia; th$- egu? .In condition to' be used. ,be taken nntU'-11115 report ; t :
masks I got on board. Five went into lar schedulef of one hour. betweeaPensacola The company will now push the warded to the department .eoveeing'i: :i 2.
'SECURED BYNIIVY the smoker and covered Sheriff Pow- and Big Bayou will be re-'I work of rebuilding and repairing! Its the, situation, a dl. afterwards a ': '
i ers and Deputy Charles Green with sumed. I I I track on to Fort Barrancas. commission would tje, formed to selecta I
WILL TENDER HIS RESIGNATION TO THE I revolvers and disarmed them telling site for the station as It 13"inadvis t F Fable } 1
them they had come for the prisonera to place any new buildings at i 41 j I

MAYOR AT ONCE TO BE PRESENTED 'i as !it of was Mobile better and to perhaps hang'themoutside : thus commission the point formerly does occupied.decide! ; If sits the :>: "' g.. a
not on a
:C N J save the lives of some Innocent peo TO RAISE R T TON TRACK[ WORK OF REPAIR about a mile to the westward, which 9 '1: .:
icI. TO,THE CIT Y COUNCIL.Chief. pIe. I will probably be recommended by the i "' <<
t- When the tia*reached Creola a superintendent, then some other location ] : =J
sI- I large 'number of masked men took will have to be chosen in his :I .
:orI I- 'C. F. Schad;:head of the police would increase the marshal's salary; seats in a passenger coach which had opinion even if land other than that r : I
'1- To Dredge Channels to the department of the city, is to leave I he held on. When that body failed tot been clsarad of passengers and were THE P. & A. AT T [ESCAMBIA I now in possession of the light house ,:
the office of the city marshal on November tale any steps in that direction he given their orders by the leaders, department has to be secured. ttj"
Stranded War VesselsAt 1.He will tender hisresigna- decided that it would be doing himselfan who were already on bard: At Captain Hutchins stated that a new '::-r 1 if
tion at once to the mayor, effective on injustice to hold on to the office Pritchard's the mob closely guardingthe station would be built with ample -j.:: .'
Yard., that date, and the latter will presentit when there was an opening 'for Mm negroes got off and walked down quarters for the captain and crew '.,t; r':
Navy to the council at its l last meeing in where possibly he could greatly bet the road to a big oak tree. Hardlya DIVISION 8RID E but at present he could not state :;:J.f;; -c
this month, when his. successor in ter himself. word was spoken. Nearing the when the work would commence but r -' ,
e office will.also fee chosen. Marshal Schad has made a good tree the order was given to hurry .I will probably be in a position to do ,:
GLOUCESTER:: WILL BE, THE I The reason of the marshal for resigning officer and during his service of nearly and in the last twenty-five yards the so. some time during the latter por 'if1: ,
is that he is to embark in the four years has:> given satisfactionto mob' and negroes broke into a run., tion of this week.
FIRST ONE ..TO.BE_ TACKLED, :saloon business with Allie Riera, the public, and many will learn Thompson' was hanged first. He Southern Construction Company Track to Bridge Has Been Yesterday Lieut. Bryans carried w"f ;i I
AND DEPARTMENT HOPES TO where he-hopes-tonot" only have a with regret that he is to, leave the sullenly refused to say anything and Capt. Hutchins on the Penrose for t 1.
few hours to himself without worry service of the city. I when the rope was adjusted he was Will Send Its Repaired. some distance along the island and ds. I.
--FLOAT HE .WSRK. TO'COM I and care but also that the' remuner- The council when it accepts his jerked into the air and the ro,>3fastened. Temporarily succeeded in recovering a large pore ."li
Robinson, 'just before the tion of the other !
gear and equipment
ation derived therefrom will exceed resignation will probably also select iff .
MENCE THIS WEEK. noose was placed around his neck Equipment Here 600 Men At Work. carried away by the storm.
$100 per month the salary of the mar- his successor as it is one of the duties -I I
not guilty. Then he.
shal of Pensacola.The of that body to fill vacancies and said he was
marshal has been consideringthe while there are no applications at I too was swung Into the air beside To-Day. t '

. The big dredge Caucus of the: 'en- move for.some"time, but when it present there will no doubt be many .the swaying body of Thompson.While being I The tracks between this city and tL

r'neefing"department of the army, was thought recently that the council before the time arrives. I!I hanged the the_leader negroes.oi tne were moo gave --- .the big Ebcambia trestle and'bridge TO FREAKS OF
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. 'which has been at work on-Tensacola' ,. the order: "Boys don't fire a shot I The Louisville! and 'Nashville Railroad have been temporarily repaired and

tar for the past year has been secured .We are carrying out the wit of the Company does, not propose to 1 construction trains are now running A

by' the navy department, and Public Schools of the City people." The lynchers then' quietly again be .bothered: with the track on although it will be some time before '

I *or some weeks her services will be left the spot, but a few minutes 'the P. &: A.- division: which for years : regular service is resumed. The LAST WEEK'S t tJ
required 'by't at department in an. later two thousand men and boys surrounded I'would either be covered with sand or
Ii tracks all the way from this city to
Term and silentlyat
effort to float the numerous gunboats tAre to Open Tomorrow i the place gazed I else washed out, but will rebuild the
bodies of the 'neI :the bridge were washed out and be-
:i the suspended Escambia -
tugboats and barges that are agroundat 1 1I track from Pensacola to !
the navy yard. I groes. trestle at least and probably further fore regular: trains can be run again.
.1 It is the intention of the navy department -I The public schools of ,the city are which damaged a number of the !'INTENDED TO-PLACE''' from 5 to 7 feet higher than it Is at will have to be practically reconstructed STORM :

it is stated by 'those from to open for the term to-morrow morning school buildings, and as rain followedand SOLDIERS CN TRAIN present, which will effectually put a anew. .
the navy yard to'convert the Caucus there was no street car service stop to the trouble experienced' Iv About six hundred men are .
into a pontoon dredge or In l other and It Is expectednow that conditions past. ." ''j
It was impossible to begin the term. Montgomery, Oct. 6.GovemorJelks years work on the big trestle and bridge .
yards instead of having the sand: and have' become more settled, Now however the buildings have today made public the corres- To do this work the company has and it is expected that the structure

infuse! conveyed into the bins it will that the attendance will be as largeas been repaired and everything Is in pondence between himself and the contracted, with the, Southern Con. will be in condition to allow the passage Muscogee Mission Wrecked'' .}
;te> piped oft to- whatever point is desired any opening day In the history of readiness for the starting of the. eight sheriff and citizens of Mottle in explanation struotion Company, a firm that makesa of trains within! a week. In the :
the schools. months work. of why no soldiers wen business-of this class of work and meantime the L. & N. has arrangedwith ItiThe J
The plan is to' dredge a channel There are sixteen public schools in The teachers of all the schools have sent with the negroes "who were while trains. are running .over the the steamer City of Tampa for and North End of Colored .: ,
(from: the stranded vessels: on the beach the city eight white and eight colored ]- been selected and are ready for their lynched to-day. Tie correspondenceshows temporary track now in position, the the transfer passengers 1 between ;
e and the commencement' of the work and it is predicted that the this city and points' eastward regular
Creeks, so )hat with the assistanceof Birmingham last night ordering Sher- engaged in building a permanent J.! : '
term was delayed for 'One week on term will be one of the most successful through tickets lifting honored on the t
a towboat they will slide the prisoners -via roadbed much above the present one I I .
strong to bring
iff Powers nsacola and'Milton..
account of the.storm of last week in the history of the city. vessel between
r ;into the water without in- sheriff left via cutting away the sand banks that -
desp but the
Montgomery.I all along'' The trestle! '' 'ECTOSS! Bayou Texar The terrific hurricane of ]last week
Jury and if not too badly damaged the telegram was re- overhang the track
Selma before damage somewhat the \Is .
!although by responsible for many qu-3er freaks 'ft:
miles and doing other
*IH he the for ,
float- ceived. The governor states that route not seriously- Injured'and two of which noticed :
I storm was were by-a rep- p.
The Gloucester, the gunboat that Clothing is soldiers aboard the* work that will Insure the company |
Receiptot r
II Intended to place bas been repaired 'so as to allow of tesentative of The Journal yesterday- i''
?.zie: Commander Wamwright famous Montgomery. against further annoyance.
train at the passage of trains. afternoon. tI ;
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is to be the first one to beta i I It Is understood.that the construe-i
Methodist Mission Jtusco- If
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klej by the dredge. She is rest- Acknowledged by Paymasters 1 SERIOUS RIOT j Ilion i I company Is alSO to comple but the gee wharf wag completely wrecked .:
!:5 In a batter"position than the rebuilding of Escambia bridge
Oren The AT MACON'FAIR. : this Is not positively known. I Y. M. C. A. NIGHTSCHOOL by the hurricane, notwithstandingthe
and other gunboats.: tug I -- I --- --- fact that not a building anywhere t\
Aecomac and coal barge No. I will Chairman Sherrill of the relief,'people ?'"- Warrington and Wcolsey' I I The equipment of the construction, near to it is injured. The wind :1 6
also to be floated in this manner It By Associated Press. company consisting: of "
am, TO OPENFIRST buckled the structure on the south [
received' Oct. 6.-About ten city to up
from reach tne
It IS found to be successful in the committee yesterday 'I Macon Ga. derricks, etc. may I
"Sincerely, sideshow side and fairly turned It over, Its _'f. ;
Tr the an acknowledgement \ i o'clock. to-night a negro at a day.It.
St of navy ,
instance and there is no reason Paymaster Pyne 'T. G. PYNE. I present support being a small cottage fi
In a' :
the fair here engaged stated that the company anticipates
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fc it should the large quantityof I r
not.YORK of
Paymaster U. S. N., General Store-1 general fight followed about $5.000 per on the north side against which It II J *
those at quarrel and a spending ( SESSION WILL: BE HELD noW leaning. Men work tearing t .t;
clothing recently sent to keeper. I many shots being exchanged. Three mil on the rebuilding of the track:. ( are at '
down the structure. The intertor '
NEW Warrington and Woolsey who were men were shot and the riot becom' Chief Engineer Courtney and Gen- MONDAY NIGHT AT Y. M. ,\
TOWN I of the church is In fairly i"
Starks :
at that time badly In need of such ing furious military companies are eral Manager the +.
fittings bet
an! were 1
articles. The letter Is as" follows."United : hurrying to the scene to prevent 1 N. are In the city looking after the c. A. BUILDING ;
I States Navy Yard, Warring- : 6utbreak.SEPARATION. rebuilding work and will remain until I
MAY.BE DESTROYED general The church of SU John the Baptist :
ton Fla, Oct. S, 1906. to-night or to-morrow. (colored) 'on Tenth avenue was badly Jr' {
'Chairman of Pensacola Relief Com By Associated Press OF ARE i Tie Y. M. C. night school will wrecked by the storm the entire i
Associated Press. mittee Pensacola Fla.: Roanoke Va.. Oct 6.-A dispatch CHURCH AND STATEBy ALL TROOPS open Monday night There will be north end being blown oat The ap- "1
\lbanyy N. Y.. Oct 6. With the "D -ar Sir:-I have to acknowledge 'from the,Pocahontas Collieries Co., at NEEDED IN'CUBA;I classes In mechanical drawing arithmetic pearanceof the wreck would seem to f
*ind blowing thirty miles an hour receipt! of a quantity of clothing furnished Pocahontas to-night says that the Associated Press. Spanish preparatory course indicate thAt an explosion of some ,
the entire lower section of the city of by your committee for Issue to bodies of all Paris Oct 6--An Important meetIng By Associated Press. i i I and other classes that may be want kind occurred in the interior. The J
Rennssalaer, across the 'river Is In the destitute people on the naval employees lost in, the of the cabinet under the presi- Havana, Oct. Governor Taft ed. peculiarity of the damage Is an the .
pfat danger of being destroyed by reservation. This clothing has. been West mine disaster on October 3 have dency of President Fallieres toot said to-day that he had no Intention'I, It is necessary for all who wish to wore noticeable from the fact that ,.
firf.-. which has been raging for three turned: over- to the local relief committee been recovered the total number being place this morning. Then decision of turning back any portion of the I enter any cf these classes to be onboard the winds that did the most damage
hours. TWO blocks of dwelling and distributed where It will thirty-five. Twenty men. at first was reached to execute integrally the expedition of fifty-five hundred regular 'i In person at the Y. M. C. A. came from the east or "southeast. It u
souses have been destroyed and\half do the most good. believed to have been lost, have since church and state separation law, but I troops ordered to Cuba. He feelS Monday night#. t 7:30 or that Cey Is more than probable-that the en- ., x
a hundred families driven from their "Thanking you for your kindness in reported. The cause of the exclusion the measures proposed 'U'e'not sdven,I that this number la needed as a 'pre]I enter 'their name previous to this tire structure will have to be ton

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1\everin[ the history of this city has 'a sale attracted so much attention ; never before has such marvelous'values I

been given.; Rememberrafr goods are being sold regardless of cost { price, and if you' miss this sale you will miss the

i : chance- a lifetime. Monday, our down-town store, corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets; will be closed until one

o'clock, on account of replenishing stocks of Shoes, Hats, Shirts and Dry Goods from our upstairs. We will open '

a promptly at one o'clock' and have everything ready for your easy inspection. .Follow the crowd to the Great Water- ,

Damaged Sale. No goods on approval; none exchanged, and for. cash only., Our Hardware Department. will openat

the usual hour .

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Our Big Up-Town Store, in the New Brent Building, 9 and. 11 Palafox 'Street, will open Monday at 8.00.o'clock. ,

many new ideas in Dress Fabrics and Millinery will be ready for your early inspection. .



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I Typewriters. I TORNADO SWEPT Batteries INEW ORLEANS IS killed which o'clock in this,In the George the parish.tornado collapse Hawes In reached of and Pontchatoula their son about,house were 7, ..

Standard offered
The best Typewriters Hawes
children Mr.
I and two other of r
for ten days only, at a great sacrifice I
lor cash were fatally injured.A .
negro was also fatally injured
One 6 months Remington.perfect Ko condition 1. Been .used....$:ti.00: NORTH OfM081lE All kinds of Electric Bat- DAMAGED OY there besides injuries'to a dozen oth- -

One Sholes. Xo:6. Fine condition er persons. ,
Fay............................,.$2500 teries for launches. I have Another tornado struck New' Or- 1O/litQ 2S'DPStORE- 1
One Underwood No 4. Been used leans about 8 o'clock. While no ives
.three weeks. Bran new .........".$70.00 just what you watit. Ask me were lost here, property damage -
One No. 1 Ellckenderfer. Good condition j about them. reached $500,000, and about fifty perSon
.............................$15.00- STORMS were injured, one fatally. Fu'- It Is Possible.
One No.3, Fox. Practically bran Why
new ..............................S7000 ly,81 buildings were damaged, about ,
S seventy-five of which were blowi
One No. 3 Fox. Been used two
,months ...............;............$65.00 'r- 'l'l flat. Most of the demolished bu-.'d. At Kress' you can often buy for ten cents an article that you t

One two No.months 23 Fox..Visible...........Been......used....$32.00 Cut a Wide Swath Through EW Peake Several Tornadoes In Vicin- 'ings was>here.were that small nearly negro all}cabins the Injures and
I am overstocked and will offer the I'occurred. The path of the to.Mito I The reason is that we have an enormous business and plenty of t
above for ten days only, for cash. I I the ForestDescriptionof ity, Which Wrecked through the city was about a mile I f
Electrician. long entering from the Mississippi cash, money. We can buy in enormous.quantities, can get all the sa

the Storm.A 4. Buildings and Killed river at Audubon Park and traveling I discounts that go with cash payments,and because of our tremendous : ;
F. B. BRUCE New Star Laundry Building. northwest to Marengo and Caronlolct i
"- Five.People.New streets and .then after a circuitous I selling .can afford to cut even the usual retailing profit down to the a r
21 Brent Building.SUTISTICS special to the Montgomery Advertiser ; course to: Gravier and> ilaguolla last ;notch. Ii'\

With from the Mobile roar of says a thousand: winds, .f. city.streets.,In It places went the northward storm's out path ot was the .In the items below you will find what this means in giving you

a tornado swept don upon the Mobile .Su S U 8 S CnlPJIONSTO was yesterday Orleans,the Oct center.-This and Ohio Railroad tracks, twelve or three points did it reach a hundred J
OFt I disturbances, at least three of which
miles wet of this city this morning feet in width. I <<
cutting a swath 150 yards in width I of were five tornadoes lives with and nine caused the fatally loss. The tornado here appeared at a distance j jI 9 A. M. { 1
through the pine forest, demolishingat as a cloud sweeping al,n?: the
t least house and the injured. I I surface of the earth. Its course via 'Have you HandkerchlefsLad .
one covering THE REliEF Table OH Cloth l S
I lAbout daylight vy.storms broke,
; railroad ; undulating soma buildings Dfin z met advance .
with debris of limbs and <
i THE PAST trees many feet deep. I i throughout west, north the'and cfcuitfy east of New 100 Orleans milel., skipped entirely as it bounded sky agent of kitchen cleanliness Giant Lot lace, hemstitched ''
from the southest In' :ward. Frequently it demolished va- and .
Passing a ; and reports of sugar cane and cotton I ? ,No ? Then let us intro embroidered handkerchiefs
direction, the funel- randas and fences on one side of the
I crops blown down of sugar mills I duce to Kress' table oil in 75 different
cloud street while not an object on the other you pat-
shaped cut down at least six I '
I demolished coming! in from this
t fUND are
side was : mage+u The cloud occupied cloths. Handsome designs and Assorted
miles of the forest: So far as has entire section. The damage, including terns. designs. Some
WEEK teen ascertained no lives' were lost. S r that done in NPW Orleans is several minutes in crossing colors, really fine values. initialed. This lot is part of a
the city and hundreds persons
The Mobile and Ohio train
leaving i placed at over $1,000,000. 64 fancy table oil cloth ioc yd.
heard it approachingyad -
I here at 9:30 the who saw and $15,000 purchase the order forwhich
narrowly ,
The worst of the tornadoes was .
time to run out of its way. Gee 5-4 plain and marble table oil cloth loc}do.
storm. I Neat Sum Was Added to the north cf New Orleans where between exciting race cf: this sort was made Assorted shelf oil cloth, scalloped edges ii?- was placed before the
When near the Twelve-Mile Post, I 5:30 and 7 o'clock it devastated por-. ured borders ,' 6c:J advance in
Record of Marriages, Births the by a Corcndolet street car, which cotton rates.
engineer saw the storm approach- tions of three parishes. New Orleans
: ing. He immediately set the brakes Already Raised was ,visited by another tornado and : was loaded with passengers on their Turnover Taffeta turnover It brings the customer
Y and Deaths During Past and brought the train to a standstill, a third posed northward of Bitoii on I way to work. At Marengo street collars with silk em- i i 15c. and 25c.handkerchief: ;
the locomotive escaping the whirlwind For the Sufferers.The the. gulf coast. the motorman, realizing:; ; that a dan Collars, broidery in white,blue, I for lOc

Seven Days. by less than forty feet. Passengers The first tornado struck west Baton gerous blow was approaching, threw black and pink...................IOC
on full current. The flying car was
on the train distinctly felt the Rouge Parish about 6 o'clock, killing Save: biIrs-1011bI4!!
block Ja gas
less than half a past the Gas your These n5C
force of the blast the Mrs. Theodore Floret and her daughter vii .
," as storm following amounts were subscribed Allah roller skating. rink when that your light power. Kress' sells
passed them. yesterday by citizens to be Mrs. White.. Mrs Foret's body Goods the Proper equipment for ful 11 and 13 tn.
S The following,Is the record of mar- The home of Joseph Lomis, three added to the amount already raised was found in a fielfl near her demol stucture Another went street was derailed by -half less than anyone else.oneTrays, Japanned trays

.riages. births and deaths during the miles east of Oak Grove, was struck for the relief of the storm sufferers: ished house. Two children in Mrs.Foret's the wind. A small negro girl was Loop mantles,Kress'and green label loc which. Usually COSt 3j; and 3
{ asteek, as are of record in the b.>' the storm and demolished. K. O Kash _.._ _.._ ._ _. .. 10.00J. house were' fatally injured in blown so far across the New Basin Low High gallery trailer T burners burners .. roc. times th' are given' you at
s r.:1Jloes: of the county judge and city The family was in the house when .. M. Muldonv* .. .. .. .. .. 100.00 the collaps, cf a sugar refinery on Canal as to be rescued by persons on Tin.mica chimneys,each loc the Kress price of each lOc
the St. Delphine plantation. The city ; Gas torches, key, handle: -
sawjthe cast polished loc
: they funnel approaching and R.:: E. Wilborn .. .. .. .. .. .. '5.00 of Baton Rouge dam the opposite bank. Was tapers,S)in a box,one box k
Marriages. succeeded in escaping barely In tim!. H. H. Thornton .. .. .. .. .. 25.00 aged. la St. James was parish Ths saving,of the Charity Hospital i I
I White-'Lonzo Powell and Maggie According to the description of an Knowles Brothers .. .. .. .. 50.00 one woman : from more than nominal damage was Souvenir A line
Hobbs, Bert Carl Rutledge and Gertrude eye-witness, the approach and prog- R. L. Nichelsen .. 4. .. .. .. 5.00 ed, whose killed name while has not Mrs.been W.learn-R. i attributed to a big gas tank which VIEWS ,OF;: THE: HURRICANE._. j I complete
i Ketterer, David J. :Meade and; gress of the storm was a scene of Order Railway Conductors ... 2300:; Webber was and daughter and Mrs. John J stood between the hospital and. the I We have made' arrangements- "I I Post Cards of cards suffiCIent I
Mattie L. Evans, John Lawrence grandleur and of mighty power. tornado. The tornado struck full to local
Meyer and a were reported fa- satisfy pndeor"our
negro your
Browder and Vera Fallen Francis.ColoredReuben Four clouds, the ,first of reddish, NOTICE. I against the tank which withstood the with photographer in the city|
I T. Carter and dusty color, the others following The Depot Loan office formerly tally Fifteen injured.buildings were blown down shock, although its iron sides were to supply us, with photographic(I love for: the humorous. Beau-: I
t Nora Abercrombie, Chas. Smith and close, came rushing across the sky. owned by S. S. Llghtman has changed dented by flying timbers. A curious post cards of the Hurricane Hun-I tiful views of the city for your
Sallie Walton, Carter Nawl and Delia They joined, an( with their union hands and is now the property of J fact is that the big tank marks the dreds Ai{
of views now sale.
i Bishop: dropped the funnel-shaped tail of the E. Clement &, Co., who will conduct. THIRTEEN YEARS last place in the storm's pathway on self and friends.
Births. whirl, touching the earth, leaping the business as heretofore. where serious damage was done: and card to a, friend showing actuai This varied assortment assures sa:, '

Wfcite to W. D'C. Kessler and wife, and bounding from earth to air and I World Unlucky Number for Dakota Woman. many eye witnesses say it rose in the scenes will tell more than a letter. faction for all ages,and is the re,:J:t I
Good ;
' ba*a to earth and Bernard's aid and disappeared. afer striking
again everywhereit
t IB boy; to Chris. Marasales and week of of a demand felt all over the world.
last .
touched, sweeping everything bare We received a copy The question whether the number- this obstruction.
wife, a boy;. to Louis Barbiera and I and flat The Pensacola Journal and we were "13" is really more unlucky than any There were several forewarnings of Special Monday. Ask to see the handsome design on 'i

:wife, a boy.ColoredTo J. M. Harvey and Passengers on the train which es- pleased. therein this .item. other number has never been entire the storm. Last night on Lake Pont- ; leatheror the humorous ones on wood.

,wife boy to Julius Pane and wife, Gaped the storm say that the air'was '*, ly settled in everyone's mind chartrain a waterspout! completely 10c or.3 for 250. Leather cards 5c each!
a mentioned in the
Mr. Bernard, i.So.. Dak.: woman, after thirteen I demolished a frame'clUD house be-
A. B. Petti and wife. filled with flying fc-ee tops, pieces of 'tIn others from 5c eacU
i boy; to way formerly resided' Many 6 for
above paragraph drinUn coffer,
years of misery from longing to the Anglers tearingthe
ja and wife huge timbers- and other light,
to Ned. Ballard a
; / boy; matter ., this, town, lie being an employe of found a way to break the "unlucky place apart' 'almost; board by
er drawn in the whirl
up I
boy. the Comet office. This is tie reason spelL" Sie writes:, beard. At sunrise today with the
the '
Deaths. pf trees were In cut many clean places while the tops in I I wee took pleasure in perusing the columns "For thirteen years I have been"a entire sky red, low flying clouds racing I WATcH..IU1. SS.WIND..OVLS" I IOver
, White -Unknown male, drowning; of The Journal, which he has years of misery from drinking coffee. across it. while on the ground
_-_Lewis, 27 years drowning; 1'. others the entire trees were laid fiat helped .to transform into one' of the My liver, stomach heart-in fact my there was scarcely a breeze and the
\ on the ground. It Is that iiione
x J. Collier, 35 years, drowning; Mrs.' 'instance related I le!din; newspapers of the country. whole system being actually poisoa- humidity and heat were uncomfort --
F4 Joe Mathews, drowning; Mrs. Annie the tornado leaped over An Idea of the importance of the paper ed by it"Last able. Near Biloxi, t. !Gonzalez, drowning; George Gonzal- three houses and descending on a may be gathed from the fact that I year I was confined to ir y ,tornado swept through the woods,
fez, 12 years, drowning unknown female fourth, demolished ,It.. JeavIng its occupants -,the number that we received was. bed for six months. Finally it dawn :overturning part of a. lumber train
'i 9 years, drowning; George unharmed The damage done composed of forty-eight pages (a few t| ed on me that coffee caused tna: and injuring two men.
t //Morgan, drowning; child of H. J. by the storm, so far as has been I: more pages than the Comet.) The :trouble. Then I began using: Postu-n i Some of the buildings demolished
,*, JKnutto! and wife, stillborn; unknown learned, was slightThe number that we received contained a Instead of ordinary coffee, but with were
!male, drowning. forests in the section visited statement of the runn'ng! expense of .little fa'th! as my mind was in sum I Illinois 'C ntral warehouse N a. '2,
Creole M. A. Simo, 52 year, was .thin, and the timber was not The Journal and in this statement we ]i; a condition that I hardly knew what blown down; New Orleans Puller
I heart trouble.-. val lable. The railroad track was perceived that it takes $500 per weekto i to do next. .j Works, practically all razed; Bedell
Colored-James" Swann 15. years, cleared after an hour's work. Follow-I pay the salary pay roll atone. I'i "Extreme nervousness and failh:; Structural Iron Works most of second -
typhoid fever; John A. Gibson, 85 ing the storm came a terrific' downEconomy 'We congratulate. our friends and I eyesight caused me to lose all COIIrI tory blown oft; Chanty Hospital -

,years, heart disease; Adelaide Rob his talented wifeand we are happy I age. In about two week after I qirt roof damaged; tower of engine
erts 45 years dropsy. \ ttx learn since the great Pensacola I I,coffee and began to.use Postum I was No 11 blown off; Columbia Cotton
storm last week that they escaped able to read and my head felt clear.I Oil Mills damaged and warehouses

; NEGROES DEFY unhurt. am::: improving all the time and I demolished and Jefferson saw mill
- Since writing the above we have will be a strong well woman yet., damaged.
\.. POLICE IN ARKANSAS y received another Journal, which 1 have fooled more than one p?: ;
... shows that Pensacola's total loss by son with a delicious cup of Postura.
1 By Associated Pre.. Is a strong point with the storm is several million dollars. Mrs. S. wanted to know where I GRISCOM WILLSUCCEED I II
.? Argenta Ark.. Oct. 6.-Two negro. The water rose eight and a half feet bought; my fine coffee. I told her mr '
r. undertakers named Colum are barricaded Hood's Sarsaparilla. A :I above any previous record one foot grocer had it and when she found MEYER '
it In their store across the river I higher than it was .in Galveston.- nut It was Postum she has used:, itin .I ,
from Little Rock and defy the police.I" bottle lasts longer and does Lafourc;' '. ': '. : ... '; 3ntw'ts : i ,- ,
' in front .
Policeman Lindsay, is lying ''' I: I"t" :- TerJor-
4.:: of the store badly wounded with his more good than any other.It -- -- .\. I AerfZ
t father dead beside him, both shot by pour oftornado i. .

.-l' the Coluras. Some time ago a brother .[, >is, the only medicine. of. I +; .. sin l'1'1 ... .' .:, .: :::- ,- ; :,. > .i s'ti 2,000,000 in 1905
Bank Florida
Note est
: sold fnW
wasgilled the the c :" : :) i.5 :sc -I-! Cigars
1. of the negroes during r 'I'I$ : <4'oJro; ; j:;' ; :
e' inquest over a negro killed by a white which can truly fce said ing sevt : ':ro.AI": ;yrx' :- -: l it' ,. -. a. r
; 1 man. Posses ara being organized{ to a half a : '-w.J' w r ,it kt .. a ,..", I, ,DnUnu;I -AM'' 4 DAMItrAAAIAr CliiA'
:r capture of the negroes. 100 DOSESONE DOLLAR erty., r-:...;..;.. ," '. s .:" ", s: t"'aH-t', } t : .!; \! :t 'tlJ t 'ntotJlHfi
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designed to protect as well _as Structure Soon to Be

ornament Priestley cravenetted r*

.. ,woolens,Stein-Bloch made.. The :Will Be One, :of the
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.most. useful all-round coat on a est in the,'South.On
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w manVhat rack, for fashion 1de- the first page 'of The

crees it proper with top hat or a Methodist picture.of Episcopal the proposed I

l. which is to be erected on
.' golf cap. ful lot bounded by. .%
In our'climate can be used as marde and Belmont streets
Frontage of two hundred ff
3. overcoat, .well as raincoat.! feet on Wright street j
.. This church Is 'to- -
present Palafox street
will take the new name in

$.j OO.'to $27.50 location.The new building" was' ;j ij i

., Architects Badgsley and ;
Cleveland, Ohio, specialists
r- architecture who will also
its erection.It .
Is of pure English :
The exterior walls and all
and tracery windows are to
gia marble, the cornice
TAIiDARDftOTHINGTfflESHlVBOILllinS ( of copper and the roof of :
1 I I. I The interior walls and
will be of sand finished : :
with stucco mouldings,
L LLi J rated. Tie interior wood t :
i be of quartered oak and : !! ,
pine. The windows will I

.. .J , art The and Sunday I;:I
SOMETHING NEW it.o.o+o.o. "; g +g.g.. :+,,: level partments and separated aTe both on by the a ; 1 j

( tition ,so that they may ;: I.r

i Services at the Churches I together pulpit for extra choir'and sessions.The

cated centrally,opposite the :UH
.. : trance, and when both
+XK"- u! tu..- .- ...O. tI" -...'. 0 U I are thrown together the I

I > ..": .-,., .. --;--- L cupies pit. in. lull an VIew old L_English.imm:.aii U : :: :
HI-H'I1KH" HH-s-H Rev. A. T. Sharpe priest In charge.'I vast auditorium thus : (
-* Services every Sunday at 7:30 p. m.Unlversaliat. This plan gives a fine !
:Ministers are respectfully requested :* a. ., of the two departments ; :
'to notify The: Journal '.* ing the churchly character
: promptly of,any change in the & elevated ;; ; : f
building, and the :
First Universalist Church-Eai) i
order-.of. services 'at their re- fine historic t
Chase street. Sunday School at 10 a:. tains a !
epective churches. Notices. for m. T. P. C. U. 6:30: p. m. All are early churches. It : i
: this column should reach ThaX The Sunday school.
cordially Invited to attend
V Journal later than 6 II
not p m. sists of a large -
I \= : on Saturday of each week. Mothodl.i.! surrounded by two tiers ,
Palafox Street Methodist Church- rooms, arranged to,open
, F : fl1-H iF H> H?Y .1F Rev. J. Barney Butler, pastor. Regular: folding doors. '
services at 11 a. 'm. and. 7:30"p.. m The basement contains a ;
I The order of services at the various Sunday school 9:30 a. m. J. N. Au, ing and entertainment r
II in and near Pensacola today drews superintendent. Epworth stage, kitchen. .id* ; :
I I t be. as follows: League 6:30 p. m. store rooms and' tdilet .
j CatholiC.St. Gadsden Street Methodist ChurC The heating 'will'; be by : "
Michael's Church-(During tie I Rev. F. A. Rogers pastor. Services furnaces with a very
1 months services will be as fol- today at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. conducted rangement of 'automatic I
: First Mass 7 a. m.; Children's by the pastor. Sunday scnool- Electric lighting ,will be q
\ 9 a. m.; High Mass 10:30: a. m. 9:30: a. m. J. B. Tiller, Supt. Epwortn along the architectural : ; .t.1 t---
Rosary and Benediction 4 p. League 6:30 p. m. decorative effectAltogether \ I
Baptisms at 2 p. 'm. Powelton Ch-cuit-R.ev.. J. W. Breed the building .1 I
St. Joseph's Chnrcn-7 and 9:30 a. Jove, pastor. Geo. H.' Hicks, assistant of the handsomest church
w Low Mass and instruction. Ves First Sunday, Powelton 11 a. m., and the south and a credit to }
Rosary and Benediction of the 7p.m. as well as to the church i ,
Sacrament at 5 p. m.' Mass First Sunday, Pine Forrest 3:30: ..p. The building"optmittee.,F,1 I
i the week is at 7:30 a. m. the work in charw. ,I
iI ,, Confession in the evenings before m.Second Sunday, Muscogee 11 a. m.. Saunders, A. M. McM:llau,
and 7 nings. J. N. Andrews R. ; W
I ,Holy Days'of Obligation and p. m. .
Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Second Sunday, Lathram's. Chapel ite and W. J. Hannah.CONTRIBUTION .1
I 3); 11 a. m., and
1 Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by ;
Third Sunday Brent 11 a..m.
1 appointment.Lutheran Church. Third' Sunday Warrington 7:30 p. : ) L-
i German Lutheran Ckurch-Rev. J. m.
W. Reinhardt, 'pastor. Sunday Fourth Sunday. Escambia 11 a. a..
I 9 a. m. English's'erviceI.-IO:31} and 7pm. $25 _
m., and 7:30 p. m. Church offering : !

I all of'services.the morning Vestry service.meeting after f Presbyterian. following Mayor Bliss letter yesterday i I ij j
$ Norwegian Seamen's Church-Rev. First Presbyterian Church-Rev donation of $25,00, which
Julian S. ,
Helle pastor. Services 10:30 a. Sibley pastor !Preaching at will accept. turning it
Holy communion 7:30 p m. AU 11 a. m. and 7:30 p m. Sunday'school! ton Green to be used by
9.30 a. nL, Christian Endeavor
ladies In
cordially invited.EpIacopaL committees of
e fering: ,
Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave "Florala, Ala, Oct. ij
nue Mission at 4:00 P. m. C. F. Zeeisuperintendent
Christ Church-Rev. P. H.: Whalay, "Mayor C. H. Bliss,
D., Rector. Early morning service Ytted. All are cordially in- "Enclosed find my check
7:30 o'clock; Sunday school 9:45 Please cash it and give to |
nu; :Morning Service 11 a. m.; unfortunate sufferer from :
Service 7:30 p. m.St. Baptist. "I was In South Florida
:\Guaranteed&z Kathanne'Cel'Tantes and Da First Baptist Church-Rev-Thos. M. and felt like I was ruined, I f
street. Rev.' Andrew T.Sharps S. Callaway, pastor. Sunday school 9.33; I""wa3 not. ,
B., rector. Sunday: cervices 7:30 a m. Judge E. D. Beggs supt Preaching "CHAS.: C. :
11, and 4 p. m. Sunday by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 730:
9:30 a. m. Weekday service on p. m. Morning subject: "Lessons of PENSACLA BOY
In and Friday at 5 p. m. the Storm;" Evenirg: "Justificationby THE '
St. John's Church, Warrtngton Faith." The Lord's supper will
after be observed the the morning service A letter recently received I
F. Fordham from his son
East H'll! Baptist Church, 11th Ave. ham, Jr., indicates that
and Chas Street-Rev. J. W. Senter- by no means the only |
Launches"ClIPID" fit, pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. the fury of last week's
m. Preaching every second and fourth It seems that on
: Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. last, Mr. Fordham-who
:: Prayer meeting every Tuesday. night the road-was on a
[I at 7:30 o'clock. steamer, en route from
West Hill Baptist church, W. Jackson Tenn., to Greenville, :nlss.In
street-Rev. J.; W. Senterfit,pas. a letter to his
Greenville, :Mr. Fordham
lor. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching
: every first and third Sunday at 11 came all around losing :
the trip, although he B
t a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting- .: rived safe and sound, at t
AND"ROBT. every Sunday 7.p. .m. tion.Willie Fordham has : : I

<: : ,] ;L. C. of Church Christ of cor.ChristChurch Jackson and to friends learn in that Pensacola he came who :::::::::::::: I

I Alcanlz Streets. Bible school 10 the storm. ,
: a m. Communion service at 11 a. m.
The above well-known! Preaching at 7:45 p,,m. Prayer meet- TEMPERATUREOF :
speedy: and commodious dially ing Wednesday invited. 7:45 p. m. All are cor 76

will ,make excursions *

to-day (Sunday); .at 9:30: a., Y. M. C. A. \ The maximum
I Iaffording Y. M. C. A.Association building sacola yesterday was 76
; : and 2:30 p. m., ,thereby open from 3 to 6 p.m.; song service 3:3d: I noon while the minimum :

an excellent oppor- p. m.; Bible class. .4 .p' m. same grees date at 6 the a.,.m.maximum Last ,

tunity to sightseers. and those First Church of Christ Scientist grees and the minimum
l the ter First with .02 of an inch rainfall.There's
of realizing ;: Church: of Christ, Scientist- 1 I

severity of the recent Services m. Pensacola Library/ at 11 a. I II

) to which tjie navy yard .

andVariingt n ,and the Second Church of Christ., Scientist
Second Church of Christ, Scientist-
r 1 1I
Life Saving Station" 'bear elo Services every Sunday morning 11
quent'zwitness.' rfclock.: Wednesday afternoons 5
i o'clock. Reading room open dally I
from 10 L m. to 3 p. nx, where Christian .:
Avail l yourself: ,o1 the opportunity Science literature may be held i

!*. It\ will'! well,.repay Room 6.First Masonic Christian. Temple.. Church. I t ttr

First Christian church 43 E.
Gregory: street Sunday school
CITY WHARFPALAfOX 10 a. H. J. Mackey. SuptState
Evangelist T. A. Cox will deliver ,
sermons at 11 L nu. and 7:30 p. m. 0'r
STREET Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.
m.' All cordially Invited.

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I as to clearly show the manner n ,hoid, any opinion. o>*ny subject and i gMWJttSttXXXXXXXS -
t< VJbe urola' which' psuedo patriots 'of'the Hughes I argue any side.-it, aT: case. f : : GETTING
Jett Jou i stamp "make good" with the corporations :- Alton B. Parker is the attorney who 1 ON
!. ,,while posing as the friends of appeared .In;lhe election case on the BURN : i
the people. side of the,election criminals in the' WE WANT TO 0 LAUNDRY WORKIs
graced i
very court .he,.had *
WEEKLY. SUNDAY. I Paul D. Cravath is the corporation and there argued against the veryopinion : always
J :
:attorney of Thomas Fortune Ryan he' himself had formerly rendered : desirable

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY the speculative financier who put and'' there succeeded in secur* : "" THIS' x K before sending your gar i
j jj
,through the criminalmerger of the verdict.
Ing"a reversal'of'ills own. >
...BY... New York City transportation con ,It is possible that.the arguments of ments to the laundry

,panics with the assistance of Attor. Judge Parker were) hot as effectiveas ,Anyone who has his ,
I THE JOURNAL COMPANY. ney-General iiayer, and secured control the argumen f 9f-1he employers'of j INTO YOUR BRAINs done
of the Equitable Life Assurance Judge Parker Dnt.nererthelss it can- i laundry at the Star
Society with the assistance of the in. not be' denied'that .Parker-argued to will tell of its i
FRANK '''L MAYCS President and General Manager \ you high
vestlgatlon conducted by Charles. R secure the reversal of Parker and to tOur -
Hughes. deny the people'-tbeir-political rights. quality laundry work.9

; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Paul D. Cravath the general utility And he did this because the corporations I "
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man for Thomas Fortune Ryan puts who employed him as their' LOCATION is at 'V. I The Star Steam
on the black' mask, hoists the black corporation attorney wanted him to ,
SUBUCRIPTION RATES flag and boldly enters the domain of pakTMm.ifr'do.- I 4
It and'
.v One Year .. .. -..........55 CO One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 law or politics at the demand of that 'I wish to thank! Judge Parker,:'for. 24 West Government;Street Salisbury i] Laundry
;t Six Months .. 2 50 One Week. u u .. u '.. 10 political pirate and financial free I <
u u u -
Three :.Months u u u u 125 Weekly Edition per year..?1 CO booter. bis-opposition- \.to'1Iie;:' i ... 'X Building, between Palafox and Baylen j 1 37 C.: Garden St. Phone 114
'Paul D. Cravath is the gentlemanwho !lt: is not necessary; >to;' eai'An entire ,"' \ Pensacola, Fla.

represented Mr. Ryan and stood cheese. find ont it is rotten, and i Streets. _j
k! The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed sponsor for Jerome"In the last New ,we think that the* above extracts I .
York City campaign. He is a former :address i -
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. from Mr. Hearst's Brooklyn 1
z law partner of Charles E. Hughes. -=
:n I wish to publicly thank Mr. PaulD. are quite sufficient: to''indicate.- not '
Cravath for his opposition to me. only ,the character: :of --some .of his: WE Want YOUR Job Printing. j OPERA HOUSE

Fktnts{i Editorial Rooms 38 I I Papers on Sale on Trains The pretensions of Judge Parkerare :. opponents, but to. throw a strong ---

s BllnesaOfllcl1500 and at all News Stands. also dealt with in a manner thatIs I sidelight upon J the character' of ->the When your order goes ,put send if to. J TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9.

calculated to make that "deputyRepublican" nian':who has'hid the, audacity in and'
THERE No. 181 j
us or telephone
: Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntendncla and DeLuna Sts. sit up_ and take notice:: this age of boodle to SC 'UI'ge'th& moneychangers Klaw & Elanger

Alton B. Parker<< is a typical corporation I ahd-time-servers.tram'the we will send for it, '; Present the Tremendous Success, t

k *lawyer. He can be feed to 1 temple of Democracy. ,' -V Music Play In Three Acts, by

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The Houston Post Is wasting Its idle, and none of those who stand I I f
I valuable time in defending Senator in need of immediate help need fear : I
Work delivered WHEN PROMISED. .
Bailey. The Post should get. "posted."i ed.that they will be Ignored or overlook t, 1 f.ft Broadway

. .. Having fanned away the little theat t By Sam B. Russ. : With Corinne. a Notable Cast &DJ
For the Idle there is work to be | Chorus.
: : Cohanesque
F rical" gnats. Nat Goodwin,.has at last. : a ftf
found a play that is all to the good. had for the asking for the Industrious .AAA.......AA.AAAAAA.A.... ............',............l .! .1NN4NN. 20 WEEKS-IN NEW YORK.
no hint is required; for the i t 30 WEEKS IN CHICAGO.
'It was after the storm, and they- been belching forth vile blasphemy.A .
The anti-Hearst fight in New York opportunities for self-help were nevermore'abundant t
well, they were after .a dr.nk-the tin roof suddenly fell at his feet. Under the business direction of CoJiaa
Is already being rehearsed by Mr. in Pensacola than they three of them, the Drummer, the The next moment 'he fell to his I & Harris.

Jerome and his friends. are. to-day. Rounder and the Poet; The drink knees. He was; 'in short. a very i Mayes Printing'ompany (t Prices-Entire Lower Floor, 150. Balcony .
:We have* Indeed, much far which was on the table in a quiet room in badly frightened fell-er. The other : 75 cent and! $1.00. Gallery, 53
Cotton Is bound to go up. simply to be thankful, and chief among our a certaIn-or uncertain: hotel and the was an old blind man who with his I \; cents.

because the crop has gone down In blessings are the sympathy and good Drummer had the floor-and .the wife, was .found, quietly awaiting his
the storm. bottle. doom, in a little shanty back cf Pala i t 1k
I wishes of the entire state; and the fox wharf. When discovered they iz r 4
. sturdy, self-reliance and fortitude of "Did you=this to the Rounder"lose I
Senator Bailey is not likely to take were up to their waists in water, and Excursion
I the people who have made Pensacola anything in the storm? had to be dragged'out by force, and 1 Bay
fcthe' stump" this year, being- up a tree, :what it is to-day. \ "Yes-lost a chance to get a drink, taken to a hotel leaving their little !
as it were. before the saloons: got too BlissfuL" all to the- mercies of the storm-" FRANK L HAYES, HENRY JEUDEYINE B. S. BERNARD i

: Taft now announces\ that he .Is! to I.The City's Assessed "And"As for your me," said the Poet, "my The Poet might have gone in this President. Vice-Presldent t. S cretar,-Treasurer. ,y

take all arms from the cuban rebels. Valuation.At loss was irreparable." vein forever; but on looking up, he To-day
This administration certainly has "Any insurance?" discovered that he was alone with < FRED A. SWEET.
a time when some of our peopleare "Can you insure doggerel?" put in his Muse; and that he found his City( and West Florida Representative
Y taking of its own.'
some ways inclined to look with more or the Rounder blandly. "Can't even solitude amusing is indicated by the "

Secretary Taft thinks that we less misgiving upon the Immediate Insure its publication." I following choice specimen drawn at The steamer Enterprisewill
"True," sighed the Poet, who had random from his Inexhaustible reservoir "
: should have more men in Cuba. That's future of Pensacola It Is well to the air of a man who had had. too of rhyme: k.VVWVVVVVVVVWI un. -,.,._.._nnnn.u. run two excursions today

all right, so long as they are not the draw attention to the following fig. much breakfast food injected into his I : to all points about the
same kind of men he is. urea, which represent the assessed 3 system. "I lost a copy of some ver- I A Song of Gladness.
valuation of toe. city for the' current ses during the stcrm-but I think I i Raise a song of gladness, .. f ........ bay where the effects of the
President Castro, of Venezuela, is Let your voices ring; ,
year: can rcccll: them. : storm were the worst and the
said be ill/ News cried i We're going to have .a god time,
to "seriously to "Let us change the subject,
Real( estate, subject to fire I This Winter, until Spring. I : wreckage was most
;, us that that four-flusher was ever serious tax .. .. .., .. ..*.. ..a 7, 03OO5 the alarm.Rounder with every appearanceof Although the leaves are falling, WE REPLACE OLD AND severe.
about anything. Real estate not subject to l: Leaves Palafox wharf at 9:30:
And sombre the Is
though sky ,
fire tax .. .eo ... ... ,473,360 "More to the.. point to change a five- and 3
The new meat inspection law hasp i .' dollar note* sighed the Drummer. We feel just like a ..kidWho's : a. m. p. m.
"Here continued the Poet found out, where_ the pie Is. I
gone, into effect. More to the point tosay $ 8,076,263 they are, DAMAGED FURNITUREwith : See the Bay Front wreck
with tie air of one who closes a de-
that it has probably gone into Ar Personal property .. .. ..,3,380,850 bate. The opera house itas'Ead some "bfg : and Storm Effects.
i mour's waste basket. Railroad, telegraph and telephone hits"lately.. FIrst.:one: man hit it- age
companies ...: ... 565,417 The Girls of Yesteryear. then the storm hit'it; ,and then when
Pensacola is still 'all .to.the good; Where are the girls we used to know the parquet was full full of water- j: .
and, in spite of the storm is still able Total .. .. .. '.. .. .112,022,632 The maids we raved of once? Nick Smith hit the'grit in the nick new, handsome furniture that will be a Just Received.
These figures far toward substantiating ,, Time hath cure for woe of time by putting on the roof a Iii Imported )Macaroni Sweet Oil Cheeses
go a every pride to home and .
tp care for its own and hold a firmgrip heavy coating of ;; gravel and tar. any by our wonderful 2 Dill Pickles Sauer Kraut, Mackerel C i
on its future. the claims made In-behalfof And every shaft he blunts. FIsh, Pigs Feet, Spanish Onions. '
"Pensacola .by those who believe But the season, though somewhat | BUY Bread, French Navy Bread' Everytl:.=;
Madge and Sue, and Nell and Flo, NOW PAY LATER fresh and new.
c Mayor McClellan of New York, that the city Is not ,only holding her Ah, mehow many a tear delayed, promises IwelL<' .Next Tues- 1 i Witch Hazel, $1.00 per gallon.

now bolts the Democratic state ticket own but fast approaching an era of Was shed for those w* used to know- day for instance-/vpecrge Cohan's Marine
The of yesteryear. "45 Minutes From Broadway" is to 1 plan, anyone can get it. Don't wait Grocery Company.
He had better bolt it whole and be progress and prosperity such as we girls 2 -buy : .
have the right of way;,.and on the following J V. J. VIDAL Manager.To
done with it. have never before known. to-day. Dining tables $6.00'totiS"5.
And some are wed, and some are dead Thursday AL G. Fields-the Sideboards j

i; Palma is said to be broke.. But he: But. gratifying as these indicationsof ,And some divorced may be; portly and perennial Algernonwill : $15.00 to $65.00. China,closets $15.00
prosperity are, it should ,be pointed And some may pine with hearts uncork his bIg burnt cork.,show : t
, to
never broke faith, all the Can i $75.00.MARSTOH.
same. -
'out that, 'ha.d'the various local unfed. here. On November Arthur Dunn t : the Public
as much be said of Taft and his franchises been assessed at anythinglike But none have pined for me. and the usual bevy of big blonde
: backers?. beauties will romp into town and
their true value the figures above Nor have I pined me over much, .t punch holes in the" a.tmosphere'of i
t 4 President Roosevelt feels that our quoted would have been considerably For man must have his cheer, \ gloom 'that some--misguided souls Evidently & QUINA i '

; vast accumulations of wealth must be larger and the rate of taxation that And yet I sigh these chords to touch; imagine hangs over this strick.en FreeTo
For the girls of yesteryear. city. All of which is obviouslywell
! 'curbed. But not by any such curbstone much lower. worth waiting/or. | 108,1108. Palafox St Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. .
At t twenty maid fair-
every seems
, politicians as those which maker i
the administration. Mr. Hearst.and His At forty, we know better, The Promise T Jn The Sky. *.." ....... ........'..........MMilM.. those who have contracted the
present .
6 up And throw aside each lock of hair Lest we forget the" promise .......... habIt 'of taking one or some of the
Brooklyn Address. ,
Secretary Taft recently spoke before And burn each treasured letter. Of the God: to whom we pray- ., dangerous advertised' remedies this'
Henry Watterson was once heard, Lest: we forget the glory communication I is particularly address-
the University of Havana. A And yet as I sit here to-night .
''man with so many wheels in his head while in this state to refer to William Alone with pipe and beer. Of tie calm celestial ray, ed.If you taKe some of the various so-

as Roosevelt's favorite henchman Randolph Hearst as a "mere barrel My heart turns back in my despiteTo That pierces through the darkness. 2 called tonics dyspepsia remedies,,

; ought to" have lot -a man without force or person- the. girls of yesteryear."Here's That covers with a pall. kidney, liver or stomach, cures cures
J, a of
"spokes. ality." The earth whereon we tremble, for Insomnia, if you are In the habitof

1 Hughes.may possibly turn a trick I IJ Those may not have been the exact said'' the Drummer hoping you, "now feel that relieved you," The earth whereon we falL II Free !Free !Free II salts taking for the dally nerves doses cathartics of' effervescent for

w J In New York politics: but he has' yeti words of'the redoubtable, and doubt- have got that off your stomach. You Remember. Oh, remember constipation: nostrums :advertised to!

to explain why it is he turned those ful Blue Grass chevalier, but that, at, must have been out in the storm all One Refuge stillis ours; clear the blood, take away pimples,

life insurance companies over to the least was his exact meaning. night""Life One Solace still is left us clear the skin etc.,.apparently harness -
I itself is but one long continuous To calm the troubled hours .. .to
but highly dangerous advertiseiheadache
wrong people. Henry TOatterson and his .opinion storm" sighed the Poet-the ,r l
: may stand where they will-either thunder rolls, the waves break, and The hours when we falter cures-then we say try us
The work
the of cost
on Panama canal without cent
is a to you.
1 e very far advanced, but you just close to the capitalists, or close to our the 'rolls'rain -falls.and what But waves where e'er now were are That And falleth bend IS beneath the'lightning the wrath I School 100,000 people die annually In America -

r ought to see how the contractors are the Mr. people Hearst's; but"barrel, wherever" at they all events stand, broke as we are?" Upon our narrow 'path. L" Girls and.: Boys. I II ache from, heart the and use kidney'remedies.of dangerous head:
"You too for sighedthe
advancing' to work the United States are deep me, Bromonia I is
Lest forget absolutely harmless and:
Is one that today stands firmly on Drummer. "Take a drink, and we the answer
treasury. Vouchsafed unto our prayers more effective as a cure for the above
its own bottom. things will look different to you.
And lest our feet should falter complaints than anything knov/n o
; Governor Vardaman of Mississippi, Mr. Watterson may be a good Where, may I ask, did" you spend the Upon the winding stairs iz Medical Practitioners. Not a patent
cf the storm?
;, has declared his Intention of declining writer. but as a good 'fighter he Is night"In the Custom House. This The first 2OOO. Girls and nostrum..
'' all Invitations to deliver addresses not in ll with the man whom he' describes -: from the Poet. The stairs that lead -to Heaven Soys Cut out coupon at the tkrttom of e -
:Are open still and high who article-send It to us.- You will) -*-
: present with
fall. as having "personality. us
this Nothing like good inten no "Is that your custom? asked the Above the world Is beaming their ceive a package free of cost Be <-.:e
tions. That the apostle of up-to-date jour- Rounder. Thy promise in the sky. write ,
to name and address
"Did either of- ," put In the plalcl
in this country-otherwise,
Ion $5,000 win be
hear that funny story AUTOGRAPH paid to anyone wj
Drummer, Palm tto Flat
Palma will return to this "yellow journalism"-has both force Paragraphs.Any show
country, can that Bromonia is not at -
about the Baby that Was Lost? No? man can drive a mule but a I
e and once more teach school. This and "personality" is, we think clearly It went something like this. A poor woman must be led. lately safeto take. Formula farted '

Roosevelt mis-administration has certainly indicated by the nature of the devil was washed- a neat little card, WQ will 2 to any physician. Hospitals ono:

r' taught him a good deal to start address deliverd ,at a mass-meeting "Poets never wash," murmured the There Is strings to sunbonnets but : doctors supplied in bulk free of char:;:.

<<;D. recently held In BrooklThat" Rounder. it's a slick artist who has got any : give FREE of charge a nice jj
_ "It's all right, if their poems wash strings on what's underneath them. 6. FREE BROYONIA COUPON
4 address was given,, to the readers I j
Candidate Hughes and President though. large school

Roosevelt have had a conference It of The Journal In our issue of "Was washed out of house and No man who runs a straight fur .:. bag. g Name..' .. ..........................
Y Wednesday, and; to those who have home, I say" bellowed the Drummer row ever ought to be in straghtened : !

t; is part evident and some,that the of party those of New the York first about read it as, we clear Deed and not comprehensivo say that it is In his: a good loud wife Roosevelt hurriedly voice bundled"He and up circumstances. {i, l Ready for Distribution Monday Afternoon: City. ........:... .................

life insurance companies have also their earthly possessions 'and wrap Riches may have wings, but it Is i

, I had an understanding.The ,this summary corp ratlon.rldden of existing country conditions as has in ped The.up wife.the picked baby, in up an,her old skirts smawL, the mighty easy: to clip them. I: ; Write name and address. plainly. g State.. ... .........................f!

Jacksonville"' Times-Union says I ever punched a hole in the'self-com- husband picked up the bundles,.' and Some parsons preach so loud that' : ,

that with a town as fun as Pensaoolaof placency "cf such professional Democrats they; all.struck out for the Custom they actually drown the word of God. i lfy'-disease 16.......................

x" vitality stone,to calamity greatness.Is only But we a don't stepping ,In the as, Henry course Watterson.of that address Mr. tlonse.the bundles containing Upon was arriving mL&slng-lt that poor there innocent was one thebund1e" of unless Women they have are no their'USe husband's.Marriage for pockets. 'i j.: Watson Parker & Reese Co. My nearest dnrgglst Is In............

care to be great-it grates on our Hearst availed himself of the opportunity babe. Hurriedly retracing their steps, ;- J

feelings, when it comes the wrong to pay his respects%to' a classof they at length discovered. the infant mortgage that is only sort death of iron-clad divorce' .. ..... ..... ... .. ... .. ......
Democrats upon whom The Jour floating in a pool of water. The lift. or J.

way nal has upon morethan one 'occasion shawl was- 'safe but the child alas can ---- /'j "Everything to Wear'sSubscribe g Address:

After the Great. Storm recently had to turn the soot was"I dead happen," toknow that_ that's a The fellow who lets his wife breakup
l rN the stove wood'ought all I
to be Bromonia
Is' Over. light.We blamed He,," said the Rounder. broke up himself. Company
refer to that thoroughly obnoxious "I know it," sighed the' Drummer -
r The clouds that seemed settling of owering his glass and his voice at 683 New YorK.
type Democrats who by dint The reason we have eo many Broadway
fe down upon the city Immediately aftertheunprecedented of loud professions of loyalty to principle" the same time. "That's the, reasonI i vorces is that love and common di-I for Special sale now being held by HA;>
storm of last week and the people secure the con- told It to you-eweets! to the sweet, are too often divorced. the Journal NAH BRaS.. WHOLESALE DiT: ..
:';- are now fast clearing away. you UTERS.
fidence of the public simply that -- ..
3 'The sun is out again-the old-time The Saddest'Ever.The t --
they may use it as a fulcrum upon -- -
!r confidence and enterprise have again which to work their little corporation melancholy days are rome T
;c, asserted themselves, and the work of lever. The saddest known by man-
repair-of' renovation! and His overcoat Is up the spout
Among the "statesmen" pilloriedby To get out, If he can. :
on'every hand being pushed to the Mr. Hearst In this connection are Plantation Chill Cure is Guarantee1

,limit. Jerome 1LDd.Hughes-Parker,.Sheehanand "I saw two things"that Impressedme

Jy In the meantime,. the. Citizen's, ,Re ..Cravath, deeply that night said the Poet.
aloud In
Committee "One wag .a man praying! a
zAd. lief has by: no mew been The last-named.,1s so characterized doorway. A moment before he bad "ro Cure, or Money Refunded D, Tour Merchant. 80. '
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1221 cuts with! three vents. Oh, 'my, but they_ are 'swell. from our immense stock baring .he name Bannister.". L

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and one of our neckties on. You must see, them to appredate.
is it. -The straw hat time is gone. Let us show you some .
MN of the latest them. Neckwear. from...25e to $1.50; Vest from, "
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cold, 'which can be cured by I In a tent amid the ruins. of San allowance would be hers. The offer !
Bennett's who is r
Kla.wl; Erlanger announce fiancee retiring declined. Millinory Millinory .
in of I the two following -1,Francisco's Chinatown a woman was \
the early engagement : this city ." from the musical comedy chorus to guaranteed The House of Gold."
last eeas become the wife of the millionaire, : preparations at cents A shanty was reared in Chinatownby
Minutes From Broadway a starts another scandal, and it is only Mrs. Howard Gould, busied herself; Miss Clenxmons, and she named .
each For cold in the head-
music from the busy of :
play pen in
through 'the diplomacy of Mary Jenkins putting things order stopping now jit "Christ's Studio It was knownto
'" young George M. Cohan. It will be that the actress Is accepted by Jack's Cold Tablets. Cough and then to gaze fondly on a heavy the Chinese as '"Tie House of r' ,
presented here next Tuesday under the so direction of Klaw & Expectorant.HOOTON'S Our
the Erlanger
; The character of "Kid" Burns, a brides. good as she was beautiful reigned Millinery Department
whiCh means that the cast will ba retired prize-fighter played by Scott e The woman is Ella Mar ClemmonsSun over it At the time of the outbreakof
excellent, and the production all that whom Yue sister of Mrs. Howard the bubonic plague in Chinatownsix
Welsh Thomas Bennett
could be desired. The play derives brings to New Rochelle as his secretary PHARMACY Gould. The sisters have been estranged years ago Miss Clemmons was is the talk of the town. If (r.. "
its odd: title frI the fact that Mr. figures strongly} in the comedy. since younger r refused to for- the only woman to patrol the plague-
Cohan has laid Its scenes In the town sake her mission work among the ridden streets on her mission of :
He gains th enmity of Corinne falls
of New Rochelle a suburb of New in lave: with Mary'finds' the Castle- The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery Chinese in spite.of the earnest solicitation mercy. Sits had learned to speak you have not already seen f i
) York, Just threeKHiarters of an hour ton will which 'la supposed;never o I. ,of Mrs Gould."I Chinese, and the terror cf the inhabitants :
from Broadway.The have been left and Tipon discovering Phone 1100. am happy very happy said I of being inoculated with serum
story of the play deals with the fact that })is' employer Is disinherited the mistress of the tent. Her blue was dissipated by her words of com- this department it will 'f' jc
certain citizens: of the above town. gees to him and Implores I eyes sparkled a flush of happiness fort. Through her ministrations the pay 1\
the action cf the! surmounted her cheek and she returned authorities enabled to with
wring comedy him not to marry the actress whom were cope <
these characters show what a difference he knows of the many mer- ". to..twisting ,the jade. ring. the plague .'Henceforth she was to do. so. Our head milliner ?t : '
.. the "email town" Idea of life cenary maidens who manage to min "It Is my wedding: ring she explained < r known a* the "Angel of Chinatown." you ; ,
la to that of the Vase Broadway men Fie'in musical comedy "OKwry-meTy. proudly "and my husband-" :All this was most displeasing to
and women. Corinne appears in the Through methods 'wiiiclr he' employs! There 'g'as an Instant's pause of Mrs- Howard Gould. Miss Olemmons will be to show ;
role of "Mary Jenkins" the most he accidentally discovers that Mrs. Joker." The comedy has been, writ- defiance as she. raised her hand came, east She applied for admittance glad you
i I popular servant girl In New:> Rochelle Dean the mother B- nett's fiancee I ten expressly for Mr. Dunn and is toward a stretch,,of earthquake. debris. at the Gould home so the story
She Is engaged to bet marri'd to a is an old friend of Corinne's, who said to abound with innumerable opportunities where,men were tolling runs but this was denied, and she
man named Dan Corn! a promoter has fleeced half th? poulatloa of the for the display of the "My husband Is la the ruins yonder stationed herself outside the entaance. through whether you buy or :; : .
cf bucket e1esnf 'bri1rA. (Ke earns $2 a glimpse of her
shops Vhoss business is little town. Finally he drives the i xaary different styles of fun mating Catching a
thriving for the fim two acts.of the day He labors ;hard and Is uncomplaining she entered, the carriage and
woman and her daughter. back to :which, this clever artist Introduces sister
. play.: At the announcement:: of their Broadway.; He "proves himself a i while before the audience The plot and I,IOTP him. He Is kind the coachman- whipped up the horses not. You are cordially invited. b i
cn emant a scandal: arises and the diplomat shcnlders everybody's I of the piece' and there is a',plot, is add good'to me All Chinese are good Miss Clemmons turned away and
r girl is cccTisea! cf beln:; ra league: with JI j blame saves Bennett his fortune told in two acts, and revolvers around i to their wires for that matter. We took a train back to San Francisco.
were married after tie laws of his! The costly gowns and jewels worn

I,... n.._, country: Dt: not ask me when how when she was :Mrs. Overacker wife The Ready4o-Wear Store :
i or where.? You have my permission.sInce of wealthy merchant were sold to j ;
. 1 the truth of our marriap is provide means for carrying on her ,
known, to publish the fact My hus mission work When these funds

band'* name In''Sun rue, and I am gave out she took to selling papersIn (&ent Building.) FALK & FRIEDMAN Proprietors. f' 'I
Mrs. Sun Yes: -' the streets Eventually she established If
S'he laughed merrlrc as she pro- herself in the benevolent .
novncefl the name. SIte raised her graces of wealthy Chinamen who appreciated "
$ arm and patted' a thick bracelet ofBreen the brave task she had. undertaken ff'
mow. jade 8q If taktne Joy In'the and contributions enabled j
h token cf 'lt< binding stpxflciuic! her to continue her work.
:3 J 5' '% RSx "Mr weiMhur' 'bracelet." 4e sertdAcnr Turned Down By MrsGould.. Coal and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer. .f-' ,
in relief
active part
be took
, the bay roaM located She an ..
- Wiles where once she ruled! ever a measures following the earthquake Get our prices before placing your orders. We
heantifnl her1 as the wife of Charles disaster and a lEtter soliciting
N Ovexat&er. She'enwxvea &t..t1I.;* 't1me from Mrs l Howard: Gould was for sell Jellico, Galloway and Alabama best lump coaL Ff
:. much the same social standing a! warded in her behalf, it was said at We still maintain our up-to-date ice delivery .'
3I Could In 1'pw Mrs. Gould declined to respond
1Tro Hew' rcl colorsVotTr the time '
.t :. Shortly after "t.he PttuUt to the appeal.In system. Our price for ice on platform at factory is

..iw Fathers ,annouinwj flat! .ajie h FbeeneoIvertea" protest at the way the Bed dlstributed 25 cents per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232. J .
t"J to Oatbolidsm, abe ajiB Cross relief! supplies'wer being
.; I orced: bee Intention of taTcths UTJ to the earthquake and fire The Moore Ice' Company 'f;
t"I nrTylotwe'rkiameng the Chinese 'In sufferers Miss Clemmons in August

Sin Francisco O' .'the'heofe of'i&eKntjowvcement sent President and Mrs. Roosevelt aletter Factory, Corner Garden and Manresa Streets,
I accompanied! by
of complaint
I 0.' :' s t Ja i. HonM that 3lf'Ig if s'.e an! w'l12t\S'o Offer fromV m -' the supplies she had received. These t P. 0 Box, 422 Phone 232 : tf

Fen' 'Ohir t Atow" and Hv< within0r their consisted of three'pairs of new No 8 i f
1f". TTaYau. In'thtFir c".aut- tan stockings of, a good quality: a'pair j .
.t P. '% 'A 5, 'tc tox home In Palo Alto. a hanflome of tan shoes, considerably worn -p f.
5'-e 1 that appeared to be larger than No. ... .... ....
I 3" size half a dozen handkerchiefs, i
CHANGING SENTIMENT.Oliver five of them being old but, freshly r. r
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Goldsmith's "Deserted Village. laundered all of good linen some
Goldsmith In his "Deserted Village with hemstitched borders; a blue
," spoke of a certain chapel where calico waist with white dots and acough AUCTION SALE
unbleached mus-
r-Os4 of
: those who"went to scoff nightgown

pray." So In life one often laughs at Irn. ".
Clemmons reseated -
"45 Minutes From Broadway." what, when he does he not does understand understand and, later his. In her being letter given ,No.: 8 stockingsto she was I if
with No. 3 shoes;
(Cornin who it is discovered has rob- I asks Mary to marry him. and,having the antics of a rich: : young man by laugh turns to praise. There were disappointed wear in not ,being supplied .OF.I.NORWEGIAN: T
bed the g rl's employer by selling him ,spent 24 hours In New Rochelle, the 'name of "Panca Swift" who Is some who doubted the merits of New- with new dress, as she saved only
bogus shares in the Montana: Copper starts back to, New York, declaringthat celebrated for his ability to spendhis bro's "Herpicide," the scalp germi- a she had on her back at the
Mae.! Tha robbery is only :discovered II the little town 45 minutes from large fortune 'on all those persons cide and hairdressing; but since time the one of the fire and she was" Indignant :
at the' death of Cornelius Ca3fle- ,Broadway Isn't any more civilized who can be nersnaded to listento they have tried it, they are now that while ni she should have BARKCAMPBELL : r
ton, for whom Mary has been work : than Providence.. R. I. his jokes. This leads to many among its best friends and strongest,been asked to work in the fruit or- i :
lag for thirteen years, tad: upon the I, : -- funny complications when "The Little endorsers. Herpicide kills the"germ chards of California, a class of workto
arrival in>New Rochelle of'the heir Arthur Dunn Dookjd. Joker" falls ,in love seriously and is that ,eats the hair off at'the root and which she has never been accus J '
Thomas Bennett; the girl Is'asked to The poular little comedian Arthur unable to make anybody believe it. the hair then grows again. As a hair tomed. "
leave the town. She Is upheld, however Dunn and his big company of at merry Of course there are girls, pretty frfrls dressing it Is Incomparable try It: ilxs.: Sun Yoe, like her sister. retains i I :
by the citizens aa-l asked tosay makers will be the attraction galore and gjOngs; that win be. whis- For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte' much of the beauty which made "
until her'Innocence Isf thoroughly Pensaccla. opera' house early musical next tled all over townThe author has druggist and apothecary, 121 South I Mrs.: Howard Gould noted while winning by order of Norwegian Consul. .
established. i month in a new and original also Introduced lOc in Katherine -
several unique char Palafox street, or send stamps I laurels on the stage as
The arrival upon the scene of young :absurdity rightly named "The little acters to act a* foils fcr "Punch..'and for sample to The Herpicide Co., De I Itrolt C1emmo .

the parts of the will best be portrayed artists a number -, Mich. ............ ........N1.tI I Sale Monday, 10 a. m, on board bark f 4'4'on 4'z

The costuming and mounting of the
f production will be an attraction In I VOX POPULICITIZEN i
east side of R. R. wharf. .
I itself and. taken as a whole;: "The TYPfWRITERREPAIRS :

4 Everybody ;Can Have of UUe the Joker"few promises to furaisJi one I .........................t f' t '
yearly surnrises In the
way of theatrical novelties. ENDORSES tO bolts New: Canvas, Coils Manilla 1

Good Health The '* JOURNAL'S POSITION. Rope. All of ships provisions and fur- .
aTOMLga But,the first\esentlal la a good digestion.-If' Is Duchess Editor Pensacola Journal- .;
nOL,properly digested the body.fa not sufficiently> sour The'successful musical comedy Having Aird the services of an expert Your editorial In regard to not <
I'J'.i,' ished the bowels are clogged' and impure Wood is sent fashion and beauty show, made fa, repairer 'We beg to notify the public granting franchise for street raIlway niture and other goods separatly at f :\
coursing{ through the entire system: Iso' wonder )'Ou'ro moss by Anna Hold "The little that we are now prepared to overhaul, lo new organization is a good one. _
bottle of retnifld all makes typewrit-- .
sick"'Get'a adujust or and
T Duchess Is serving this season as ers and adding machines and cash registers and I am only sorrythat auction s i '{;: '
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: the starring vehicle of Countess Olga All work guaranteed. Estimates fill thousands' other good taX-p y1JJg .
: } Hostetter'sStomach von HatzfeWt.. who made a big hit }ed. Telephone. or call and and we make will an send exam-forrour.machine. citizens are in a position that oar we opinionto ear- i ', \
0' In the ame offering last year and estimate. not, as a whole express
'It. ination and booked for Pensacola. the puflllc as ,you have through
J -' Bitters This was tide musical the columns of JOUr valuable paper. }
productionthat :
gave rise to the coining ofa_ Let a petition go among the cUiJ IN. c MCMILLAN I :
'*.rnd let It restore your digestive organs to bowels their' new word in the English language, Petl5acolaTypewriter' :(ns of Pmsacola and see If there
i normal.coDditlon and thu--() eIl-UI)< the-slogged" for it vJ'l" not be over two-th'jJs! of toe i r
was "The Ltttte
'ADd make the bloed'pure. Then you'n enjoy good health.. Duchess-that 'who will favor : ci
5-ort enrinz and preventing Heartburn.' Cramps. one of the New York: crttkg dubbed Exchange taxpaying citizens
R Poor Indigestion., Dyspepsia, CostUene -; a "musical comedy gfrilesque.. This the granting of this franchise. I AUCTIONEER ,
r sTVemal. Biliousness Colds that this matter i
Ills is quite appropriate, as feaxta'ne trust like /ouraelf i ,
-. .j It exceUentf CWIIs or Try Malaria it and,see Fever tot yourself and ,Ague beauty"f3 one of the features of the PHONE. 1369,' will be reconsidered and. passed as t '

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> 1 COLLECTED .AND PROMPT And we are every day ... cot;

r Be for the MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST putting through satisfactory I tinge
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REAL ESTATEMORTGAGES.; Own your )\vn home. deals for our cli- .--- I -, w

WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN Here's how you can do it: ents.Qot "< ,',; .. :

i ia PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU .,:: ; < : .' sic
i ; cyclone by allowing us to write EITHER. *" $100 down and $15 a month something to sell- ': ., .". CO!:
buys a.nice 5-room cottage WE CAN RENT ANY
tornado policy dwellings I Wff CAN SELL IT. I in good neighborhood 'and to buy o* ; ;1 :i- ., AfflLDWELLINGSr : Sox.
| |, on your I money -
close to city school. Location i AND_STORES' PLACED. CO:

4 Ii East Cervantes.. FOR SALE : WITH US. Ib

i : etc Elegant little home on North,HilL See a .r' -WE CAN ALSO PLACE C
i ACT NOW. us about it at once. ; : "" 4,
LESLIE E. BROOKS Nice building Iota on North and East FIRE INSURANCE IN 16

Improyed lots that :are, Hill at reasonable prices. -

i Real Estate desirable *, .i in air! parts of the $3500Takes 2 '' .

and Insurance. city. "5 tots and 6-room cottage on : : : ; ;:; -. j
.i i Phone 54f; { : : Agents.HELP i northwest streets.. This corner property of Ems is and Immediatelyacross Cervantes I . -; .. < ; ,. I

; : Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. the street from the two new cottages
% recently completeby: "Mr. Caf\t'\ .

; -..,............ .... _.. ..!. ...,-. .... -...!.tA.-._- .. ........ 'McDavid-Hjer- ::Company, A very sirsb'e corner. Cottage 'o.l
for $15 per month, with ample room
build a nice home on the corner or
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Agents New York more cottages. 'If you want

WANTED. WANTED. For Sale good you will find> none better at the

'I I dlstribute- I I Life Insurance Company. price. Let us show you.LSJrown&Oo. HOOTON & WATSON 1 1I

.i :ANT PERSON willing to "ourf WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? I 100 E. Government Street. I
1': i samples: $2000 weekly.: "Empire, 92 I I can sell your farm, timber land, town "THE RENTAL,AGENTS" !
;_ I*XA&01 St. Chicago, HL Steady posi- property or mercantile business for cash, Phone 7CO. Pensacola. Fla..
; tios; no canvassing. Toctlt no matter where it Is. Quick sales. I

tKEN-$91.00 made bills, only deal directly with owner. Writeat Leading Real Estate and Insurance Agency.
L monthly passing $1200.00for I
once to E. J. McCrossm 303 Woodward .
I laCBoBg signs, etc. No canvassing. Building Birmingham. Ala. 4sundys I II
; VOontlnental Distributing Service Chicago: ," Phone 54. NO. 37 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. I '

? air '7octlt WANTED-Position as salesman or clerk. 2 houses on the southeast THE STORM WE SELL LOTS. I

",,' by young man thoroughly acquaintedin II
WANTED-Good man In each county to corner of Strong and DeVil-
represent and advertise hardware de- city. Address B.. B., Care Journal. < Phone 918. Thicssn:; Building I

'421 partment..00 weekly.put out Expense samples money etc.advanced.Salary 7octlw liers Sts., renting for $13 a Has not affected/'tfie values of Real .................., ..................... ....... ;; !

**A.'rF The Columbia House, PARTNER AI."TED-No capital re month. .
Estate In. this 'city' $L00 The build
; {F Chicago. 7octlt quired. Box. 336. Toctlt ings and wharves that were destroyedwill
REPRESENTATIVES wanted to solicit i WANTED position as home-maker $3000.00.for be replaced by more substantial .
f... 'orders from Saloons, Druggists Hotels I for any old or middle-aged white person buildings. Pensacola has before it i CITY I
and Clubs for Woodland Whisky.' adopted by a white woman. age 25 years. Artistic and SALE-Two' large'refrigerators.. Apply PjiN4MA
up-to-date the brightest,fall of future -I -
Its .
; by U. S. government for Hospital pur-i|, Married four years with one child. They to The Lewis Bear Co. 6oct
poses.: Easy seller. Commission sal I j must have the necessary money for' a 6-room and hall with made arrangements to take :all the
ary. Write for territorv. prices samples.I home;for which I will give my every attention cottage, property offered below UK market .UTOMOBILE-Sel1: or trade; nearlynew
etc. Woodland Distilling Co.. No. IS and in.good condition will sell or :
to .
their wants. Address at once. all modern conveniences ,
I Scott St. Covlngton, Ky. Run SSndys "Home-Maker." Care JournaL 6oct2t on value. If you are afraid of PensacolaReal trade for a good horse. Address. C. r
I West Chase street Estate, bring itjo me, I will buy Brashears Milton, Fla.. octlm
'%ANTED-Travellng salesmen and resident on car
brokers to sell rice on commission. I WANTED-Position as turpentine woodsman it from you.Some 'I IFLORIDA
line. FOR SALE-Wind mill and 2 tanks. Win
by an old practical turpentine
Russ Rice Co.. Ltd., New Orleans.
: sell I I
woodsman. Address ""Woodsman" Care cheap If sold at once. Apply to
7octlt'WANTEDA In These.A
l' La. Money -
,Journal., Pensacola, Fla. 6oct3t Mrs. Gingles, Cpr. 10th avenue and octlw 14thstreeL .-

competent nurse. 701 North quarter block (5 'lots) cor, 12th
Palafox St. "oct I WANTED- . J hats made new. Cleaning, pressng of interest. street and 18th avenue, overlooking grown Barred
A\"TED-Two traveling salesmen In e.nd' blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mortgages on real estate in this city the Bayou one of the highest pointsin Rock Cockerels March and \prll.
hatches $1.00 to
Fruit Ciders and Panamas, 60c; Straws, 25c Felt bought and sold. $2.00; hens, last year's f NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL i
Florida ta sell grocers' ; 35c; New City, two blocks from car line, breeders, $1.00 each. Mrs. -Lizzie B. j
Dert All of
%5c. the
eundrlBS. J25:! per week and expenses. )s Victor Louis 100 E. IntEn- Maxent Tract west of "C" Hughes Chipley, Fla.
C Up rlence unnecessary. California : -. dencia etreet AU come in. 6octimWAN'TED.Poeltion street now for eale.; very cheap at 1100. 27scptlra ,

doer & Flavoring Co., Hi **--- A block 300 feet front on Bayou FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timber : ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY \ Ij
fct. St. Louis. Mo. 7octlt as first-class cake Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn't land. 12.600 saw mill timber and saw .I !
baker, or pastry cook either in bak- mill; 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several ,
cry or hoteL W. F. Lessman Care General touched by the water and not a'singietree good farms
: WANTED-Toung man about 18, to doo and town properties. j
lce work. Must be correct at figures. delivery. Pensacola, Fteu. 4oct3t Fisher Real Estate Agency blown down. One of the prettiest Write Gentry& Setterllnd Chipley Fla.

Apply. "X." JournaL Toct : sites for a residence and the safest 23sept Panama Hotel l open, Saw and Planing Mill machinery i
I I WANTED-:My friends and patrons to FOR SALE-One dwelling 202 East
in the of
WANTED-Nurse who will live on the J know that I will, 'in a few da}" be-at COLLECTION OF RENTS A city Pensacola, 5000. Church street; if, bought at once, can I here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot< *
prem ses. Apply corner 12th av enue'and !home permanently. In order to take care be had cheap. Apply C. L. McVoy .
13th street. 7octtWANTED :: of the faIl and winter work. All kindsof SPECIALTY, Wanted.A butcher shop corner Intendencia and Wagon Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings *
work on pianos and organs. My Barcelona. Hang
-Good cook at 619 North Bay->' phone number is 1401. My shop and resi Phone 87. 205 S. Palafox St:: house in good neighborhood and : going up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing I,
Jen street. SoctlwTHE dence. No. 1320 15th avenue New City; PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The .
Cor. of 11th street. J. Conrad Scott. near business .district-- for about Journal magnificently Illustrated the city. -
PUBLISHERS of Good Housekeep-I Soctlw ?3000. =>- magazine, containing scores of views of '
ing M'o&'aznewant.r MISCELLANEOUS. the .city and harbor. For Pale '
at all
List your property with me for sale. book stores or at The Journal ,
notn local ana to travel iney pay very I office. By
liberal commissions and also give large WANTED-Board without rooms In private I mali 20 cents. Hsept :i 5*
cash prizes. For terms write giving Must be family close for man wife and child. I GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR }
references to Good Housekeeping. dress with rates to business section. Ad- TARRAJsCE' & AD AIR. Livery DeFuniak 4
; Agency Dept., Springfield. Mass 6oct2w and full particulars H. ; single or double teams, nightor ,
J.. JournaL BARBER
care :Soctlw day new rigs, good service, polite J. W. Bullock Jr. SHOPS. : I :
'A.\"rED-A good cook at Pearl Bagan drivers. Give us a trial hone 59; Write or See X 4
Orphanage. 17th street. between 7th WANTED-AU owners of poultry to Coetlm "It.. .; MILTON-when 4
.and 8th avenues. 4oct know that we are agents for the cele-. Real Estate and Mortgage Loans visiting here have your \
brated REMOVAL NOTlCE-E. tonsorial work done by Ira MIme Will-
Conkey's L. ,
Poultry Remedies. Herring
AVANTED-Three or four good waiters to cure rope cholera! ,. gape and Guaranteed to* whose wagon and repair shop at 125 Cor. Government' and'DeLuna SU.. hats ing street cleaned opposite and repaired.JaiL Clothes Convenient and THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY !
wanted. Apply at once Kandy Kitchen kill fleas lice and mites. Also their East Intendencia St., was destroyed will to hotels. Phone 63. I f I
Ko. oct wonderful egg producer F. S. Mellen & re-open at 214 East Intendencia about Box 173. Phone 637 26aug
I Co. Phone No. 334. ISapr. October 8. 29septlOd

; AGENTS WANTED to sell Ott's Oyster DRAWINGS-Of all kinds Hull, ......... ......................o,...... ..........
Knives. (WANTED-At once, a four or five-room ; Engine
particular write Peter C. HOTELS.BROWN
Ott Blloil. Miss. loctlw cottage. :Must be close in and In good reasonable Patent Office rates., machine and misc made FOR SALE. hUU_______________.___
,neighborhood. Address 13:! Care Jour Patentable ideas de- I
naL veioped Sail boats, launches. Address -------.------ '
: HOUSE SERVANT wanted at once. E. 2oseptR. W. C. McGowan. Pensacola, Fla, Saeptlm FOR SALE-Boat suitable for. HOUSE-DeFunlax Springs. DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL. 'PU/SACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY. 'I
B. Morey 9th avenue and 12th street. freight Good beds. airy rooms, elegant meals;
2octlw. R. CRITTENDEN wishes! to comA MATTRESSES passengers or towIng Length 66 feet free bath and sample rooms. Special
New beam 18
municate 'with feet. draught 4At'eet. tonnage Summer Week Day ScheduleSteamTrain
his brother, F. M Crit furnished if desired. attention to traveling men. Rates $2.00
WANTED-With tenden who was last heard of In Guaranteed. tons net Power two" 25 horse-power day. J. R. Brown. Prop.HOTEL ,
references. fifteen good Florida Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave Murray & Tregurtha engines. Lauch.. per I II and Electric Car Schedule I
I hustling, sober to thePlanters' about 5 years ago. Anyone having gar I. .
men represent
orders \Vatson.. Parker & Reese .
Co 's. 1905.
heard of :Mr Will deliver any SOUTHERN Effective June 19,1905.
LJva Stock Insurance co. of Crittenden would do a favor sept;. -Open all the
Thomasville, Ga. For particulars Address" by addressing Mr. R. R. Crittenden at I where in state for 13,560.' J.- M. Rowley. year. American and European plan. ;
Pierre G. Russell.: Tallahassee. Fla. Reference Building Iso. 41, U. B. Navy Yard. West Palmbeach. Fla. 7oct2w Special summer rates. First-class in I T. G. YATES, M. D BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND BIG
Capital City Bank.. Tallahassee. I8septlm F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian, well drill- every respect Pleasant and convenient I BAYOU.
Fla. 2C Sept. Imo : ers for saw milts and turpentine stills SECOND-HAND SAFE., for sale used Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop. Pensa
WANTED-Light delivery wagon. Ad- I especially. Geneva. Ala.. and Graceville only one year. Address P. O. Box 492.. cola, Fla. ISapr Optician. Lv. PenlatOra. Lv. Big Bayou. ,
2 WANTED-At once. white nurse for chil- dress J. E. c.. Care Journal. Hsept Fla. Prepared to put wells,irnra 4 to 12 Vv. S. .Hooton, 12 E. Intendencia., 7oct S a.m900 p.rn. CO:! a.m 10.30 l>..rn.'l .
dren. Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept 26.WANTEDA inches diaireter. and from 10> to 1GOO feet .CHIPLEY HOTEL Carl > 306 Thiesen Lrn. 1000 p.m. 7:30 a.m.11:30 p.m.
TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor: depth. Satisfaction guaranteed. I'JneJra FOR SALE-Four roont, house In good Prop. Special attention to setterund.1 Building. S a.m. 11:00 p.m.. 8:30 a.m.t .
condition comer Main street and First traveler: Free sample and
colored girl to assist in Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and repaired also a.m. f30 a.m.
..3\tAkeup1n J)ne who\ will stay on on short notice. No 11%' West NOTICU Having Installed machines for avenue of Myrtle; 27 place southeast of part Large rooms with good beds. $200 per 10 a.rn 10:30 arn.I .
premises preferred. Apply o-day before Government St Pensacola Fla. the manufacture. galvanized Iron wooded Address acres land. well day. Chipley Fla. 12mchlm I a-in.. 11:20 a.m.
I 3 o'clock at JOS. North arce.ona. ZiseptI cornice, skylIghts: cornice tfut'em.! citvnUr I 43, R. F. D. !Ioo.. 1.Thomas F. Suarez Box Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blount 12 noon 1:30 p.m.
:Zoctlw'FOR BAT HOTEL-Open night and day. European .
mouldings etc. I am now nrcpare.l.lo I AUSFIELD & BLOUNT 1 p.m. 130 pm.g .
I WANTElV-A. R. Bingham: wants your do sheet metal work of all kinds on m6rt I plan. Rooms light and clean. 2 p.m.
J 1 WANTED-Young man. acquainted with moving and hauling;; lie guarantees notice. Satisfaction assured Estimaiascbferfullv I SALE CHEAP-Almost new'Mehlen Transient. trade solicited. 575-579 South 3 ::: ng: p.m.
: .COUD. 'Y, who can furnish in horse, to repjreeent'Te all breakage. Phone: 630.WANTEDCarriagee given on work in or outside the I & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood P afox. Jos. S. Nicolas Prop. Architects 1:30 p.rn. '.:J' 4:00: p.m. I
I.I 1 Journal Escambla county. city.\ Chas. B. Vetter IS W. Ictendcncu. case. A bargain. Piano can be seen 312-314 Brent Bldg.. 43 Mtfies B'da! 4 p-na.- 43 p.m.
Apply'at one*. Journal office. 23sep repaired and repainted Phone 6t'8.: "SnuylmJ. I by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. SoctFOft HOTEL VERNON-Rates $..00 per day. Pensacola Fin Montgomery, Ala. 4:30 p.m. 5.00 p.m.5:00p.m.
I ; floats built to order; horse :. Special rate by week. Special attention : if{ 5:25p.m.;:
i f WANTED ,- shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh to traveling men. Free
several Ca
one carrier H. PORTER. sail-naker. '718 SALE-At a bargain, pSying Furniture sample 5:35 p.rn. i 5:00: p.rn.
boys. Apply at this oatce.t riage Co.WANTEDThe. South i room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin Prop., Vernon.
Palafox Street Orders taken for tents, business at 138 E. Intendencia St. Fla. WM.A._ BORMANS ':00 p.m. 630 p.m.
I awnng* !!. camp stools and .house cots, Address Box 325, City. lost 1.30 p.rn. 1:00 p.m.
t Merchants Transfer Co, etc. I,*rices'reasonable. 3ljatt Architectand Superintendent 7:00: p.rn. 1:30 p.m.
wants your moving and hauling. AH FOR SALE-Several tracts virgin pine 7.35 p.rn. 800 p.rn.
_BOARD,AND ROOMS. breakage guaranteed T. B. Thors n, CILtNDLERS-McKlnzie timber. Turpentine places and saw a .Office-301 Brent Building, 1:00 p.m. 5:3') p..m..
J I Proprietor, Phone 978.WANTED & Co.., wholesale and retail ship Oertlng chand- ,mills in operation. Also excellent tractsof Pensacola, St. Andrews and Pensacola, Fla. Saturday only.BETWEEN" .
ROOMS FOR RENT-With privilege of and Only first-class stumpage. Turner & Aymard., Real
I light housekeeping; use of bath and -4.11 kinds of electrical work. ers kind in Fair prices to all. houseof Estate Aeents. Box 115. D4Funiak Gulf Steamship Co. PENSACOLA AND FORT
f phone on car line. Apply' 900 East Jack I I sell *!I kinds of electrical batteries Springs. Fla. 20july STEAMER TARPON. SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA BAR RAN CAS.
son. 7octlm ''I and other electrical supplies When you CARRIAGE repaired arrepainted.. W. G. BARROW' Matter. --+-- .
need me ring 345 or 935.; E. W. Peake. Floats built to 'order. Horse shoeinga FORSALE.-Apottery works with steam F1RSTS PASSENGER AND ; .Lv. Pensacola. Lv. Fort Bilrran a.
'FOR RENT-Two connecting, furnished New Star Laundry Bldg. E Garden. specialty. J. "'. Welsh Carriage Com engine, steam! drying room, -moulds FREIGHT SERVICE. i 7.1S a-m. 8:00 a.m.11a.m. ,
suitable .. and everything for LOOGE. NO. 3.
rooms for light housekeeping complete carrying on Between Sid: a-m. .
; In excellent' neighborhood near car line Pan) ;ffob business together with the finest bed of PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALAtHICO-, Pensacola Lodge, No.. 3. K. of P. I 11;00 am.5 12:15 p.m.
( And in walking distance of business district WANTED TO BIT a cash remoter at :MILTOV tpHOLSTERL..OSHOPWU pottery clay in Escambla county. Located LA CARRABELi.e. ST. ANDREWS meets every Monday evening at 7:30 I 12;SO p m, 2.00 p.m..
: Btog phone 663. 7octlw once. Apply to Clutter Music Hou-se. lie Ums, Proprietor. Furniture right in the city. Apply to or.address MILLVrLLE. ociock at their temporary Castle Hall I 3:50 p.m. 5:10 p.m.
2 Sept. of all kinds. carpets laid furni-repairing R. P. Reese.; 16septf And all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car ?verpou'8! stable. West Intendencla &t I 6 20 pm. 7'.od p.rn., i
3JICBLT FURNISHED room with board. ture packed for shipping Phone 65 rabelle and Apalachlcola. Visiting brethren. cordially,'. 8;30 p.m.* 9 00 p.m.
? ctic fights gas, bath phone and all A..TED--Second-hand sacks of all descriptions Next to Tampa landing. 22april 25c PURCHASES the receipt for the finest SCHEDULE. Ba H., : .Saturday only.
iinoCera conveniences. :Mrs. H. H. Hallmark wanted. If out of town ship of cosmetics. Box 336 City. Leaves Pensacola Sunday 8.30 p. m. lL lIORSLER, K. of R. & ,' I I Steam train leaving Pensacola at 7 '*
: 123 West Chase. Phone 1163. them to us. if In town ring us Xp at No :MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE. 23.eeptlrno. for Mobile Ala.. '; a. m. will stop between Pensacola an-1,
4. soctlw* 334. or brin? them to UJI at corner: <.f Mattresses made to order; old: ones Leave Pensacola Tuesday 8:30 p. m... KNIGHTS COLUMBUS.. : Big Bayou only to take on passengers f<
Chase and Alcaniz: Sts. l-". S. Mellen A> renovated. New ticks furnished. Second FOR SALE-Nice,farm of 20 acres. For : for St. Andrews Millville, Apalachlcola. Meetings. of the points beyond Big Bayou. Stem train:
FAMTLT py TWO on North Hill will Co. 2sjuly band furniture bought and sold. Upholstering I information inquire of Chas. L'Orange Carrabelle. and Intermediate points. Knights of. Columbus 'leaving Fort Barrancas at S;10 p. m
take reUnsd couple to board or rent two I repairing done West Jackson St. No. ,1912. Pensacola. I For additional. information apply to are held at their flail i will top between Big Bayou and Fensa
i ,onnectlnff rooms up-stairs to gentle- Bclmont SE'd city Phone J7L lavIf I 12septlm- J. R. SAUNDERS. No. S West Intenden i cola only to put off,passengers from beyond ,
men. Address -Home." Care Journal. MONEY TO :Mfg. Co., C. 'lDa, Tf Mgr. E .R. COBB, t President cia Street x>n every.! Big Bayou. Other steam trains wu
4octlw.TTHREB FOR 8.ALE-A barroom-&nd all fixtures; General Frt and Pks*. Agt Pen Monday evening at 7:30 j I'make all stops. Each electric car make
H. ALFJIAN-TIn, Copper and Sheet I pool and billiard tables, fete- In a fine aeola, Fin.T clock. .An i all stops.The .
FURNISHED ROOMS location. At. a barrain If ,sold I lion Is .lnvlta-I above schedule and regulations
for light MONEY LOANED on real estate and Iron WorKer; cornice work and sky-' at once. :
r housekeeping. Apply 20INorta Reus. personal property on short notice. lights a specialty; roofing guttering and : Address" box 103. City.. Wiept I visiting Rnlghts.JOHN' .- subject- to change bOnt .
.. S 4octlw i Terms easy. J.V.. Dullard 28 H South repairing. 312 South Pal&fox St. Phone '' T JONES. I Local Freight Regulations.
t Palafox St. Prone 1144. 1116. SJunelm FOR SALE .Four 'good, echooners.; suit J. S. LEONARD. Grand Knight Freight shipped by the 715 a. m
o FURNISHED or unfurnished able for lake. sound and rivei. Ad. NOTICEThe Recorder. train will be received only for Joln'I ; *-
f: rooms for rent for light housekeeping. I CAN LEND YOUR, MONEY' "at eight dress ."M," care. Journal. 21aug i I beyond Big Bayou and will not be rt.
Phone 1202. or apply room's. eent.-U ceived later than 7-05) a. m. AD othe'I
204H South i per you hate any that DAUGHTERS
) Palafox. 2octlw I I want Interest on. see me about it. you It FOUND. 'I FOR k.a.LE-G od mowing machine, 5 ft. Woolley Sanatorium the only Institute Naomi Lodge, No.Or 10 REBECCA.Daughters I Week Day trains leaving Penacola no'to r
will be absolutely safe on real estate out; one ten Jtt .set dump all steel In the United States where the Rebecca meets of later than 3:SO p. m., carry freight
? FOR RENT-One or two newly furnlsti&li security. Leslie E.- I. rake very Monday night at any POint.but freight Yom not be neeived
Brooks.. hay one steel
Phone 462. I ; harrow
2-.sect1on; ; 8 o'clock In L 0. O. F 'halL -
; front southern Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey Visiting I later than 20 minutes before sch
rooms; t .
exposure. ; with.: FOUND-One,small bay mare. age about two hot blast heating',stoves, burn coal ha.bitll sisters cordially Invited t* be present doled departure of trains. The 9 00 a. IB
of phone N'o. 12j
{privilege $ bcatlon.desirable MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody can be cured without and
borrows exposure
seven years. Right hip down; hind feetwhite. or wood: one tank force pump. capacity MRS. J. T. PULLIAM.."N. G.
; Gregory.< 8 nd near business center 21septlm 422 Government from Jno.St. A.When Hall & Co., 14* Owner can have above by proving I l.bbl, per minute; one Aermotor wind mill; with so,inach ease for the patient Only MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE, Sec. freight Sunday under train some may carry circumstances light perlsbabi by sp
in need call same and paying for ad. J. W. Un i
on us. derwood. Musco ee. Fla. *seplm'EDUCATIONAL one twenty-Inch 'foot" power tuner's 30 days' time required. Describe clal permission. Electric: car will n"
TOR RENT-Rooms cheap; real. newly I.I.iW. shear; 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine your case and I will write you an RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. carry freight or packages of any dseription
clean furnished rooms sultab'e fort MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal double barrel hamnerlesa shot gun: Mar opinion as to ,what I Rathbone Lodge No; 39 Knights of except medicine urgently nee :
t>Hght housekeeping on the hill. Location property on short notice. Terms tin repeating rifle 32-calhre.. G. E. Bard- can accomplish Pythias meets -.,'. y Thursday night at ed Shippers are requested" to bear the
t high and healthy. Close to car line. easy. J." B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. Romana. shar. Bluff Springs Fla.' 26 Sept 1m tor you. Ask' your famUT'physician! Castle Hall Members of sUter lodges regulation in mind that inconvenion
... ,;Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. Phone 1165. ifeb to investigate. Dr. B. M. 'Wooil y. 101tPtyor' ( I and visiting brethren. cordially Invited j I I maT not be caused.These i n i
Strong.. Phone 1213. lOaug FOR SALE-Stop; Consider the price; Street to attend. J. M. ROPER, C..Co freight regulations subject
UNLIMITED amount of money to loan but the profit that you'll gain by the ., Atlanta. Ga .C.J.LEVET.ICR.'S. I I change without notice.Anj .
i NICELY, FURNISHED rooms for rent. on all kinds of personal property. Special MISS PATTI HOLDEN announces, that purchase of 5.500 acres of tapd In a body, -I I further Information regarding pa5- .
with without board. Transients rates to business men her school will not open until next for JJO.OOO. Best farming land-in Jackson I had by applying to the general omc' If
or on ,
so large
M. E. B. A. No. 81.
j llcited. Phone and bath. No. 3Pa1atox. loans. The New York Loan Co. "04 Monday, October 8, when she will be County Florida. Over W e settlers on body meets first and the company. i
j gas ISseptlm South PalafoL' glad to receive her pupils. at No. 9 West of land and that means 300 farms, paying NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.As Rafford third Wednesday HaU.No..evenings-10.. West at I 7.30 p. so. I I Passengers are earnestly requested ",
.1 Jackson street Soctlw on an average of COO Ibs. of lint cotton itendenclastreet. office .'
to all kicks promptly report to the general
registered in this office A >O. FELL, ij
the farm. Partly fenced with wire. Pres. n
: The inattention to duty or dlseouttesy
1 THOS Up-stalrs PEBLEY comer-Real Palafox Estate and Loans.! LIRS.IOLA BARTON MASON win open I I plot contains the large Blue Spring, better for failure of delivery of the I J. L. SWEENEY. S CJ". I the part of employees and to make *rciflc
\ LOS and Romana a school of Shorthand and Typewriting. known as the long :Moss Spring of West criticisms of service. j
: Sts.
12septlm October 10. Apply either at 314 S. Al- Fla. Well watered and tmbered for paper are charged np to the carriers; I PENSACOLA LODGE.NO. 4. t. O. O. F.I JOHN W LFJIDLEYManager
canis or Typewriter Exchange. 313 plantation and other use. For reference, It Is' desirous that subscribers be i Pensacola Lodge. No. 4. I. O. O. .
Brent building. Zoctlm etc. I refer you to Hon. W.'H Milton meets every Thursday evening at 7.JO -
'LOST-Elack and white setter puppy i President and Cashier of the First Na. xjuite certain that the paper hag not i at the new ball on Belmont and Bayi. I, --- -- .
bitch,, four months old. Reward for FOR RENT.FOR SEX';IBA. tional Bank a 1 .
MISS GEORGIA graduate of at Marianna Fla. A. Purdfe. streets. Visiting brethren cordially invited. CAPUDINEMMUMTU.T: .
; t;return to W. K. Hyer. Jr. 29sept Knox College Illinois, 8d Ferris Real Estate agent counselor at law. editor .: been delivered before registering such B.'R, WrTKOVSKT. N. O- .
Kindergarten College. Mich., will opena and published of the West Florida Bu- kick- A. KERLE.. Secretary- ,1 toI
; LOST-Bunch of keys, on train passing< RENT-Some nice stores on East Kindergarten and Primary School. October gall Box 224 1IarIan .-FL 9eptlm 1 !
_i Flomaton Saturday 5 p. m.. for Mobile -' Government street; cheap rent. The 1. at her home 213 \Vest Gregory At times complaints comes in from .I'
L .' with key tag marked "Neptune Fisher Real Estate Agency. ttuly street. Terms $3.00 per month. tSseplm* FOR SALE Wolverine engine S H. P.. houses at which we are certain the W"O..YrI, 1-1 ? t MMUMTU.T CtrtU
Buckner. Asheville N. C." on one side Live Oak Cam*> No. 1, W. O. TV- HEADACHEStr
cylinder. 2
and a. Shriner emblem on reverse side. ; iRENT-A. R. Bingham has storage PRIVATE SCHOOL-Miss Belle Whiting salt water; in cycles perfect complete condition fittingsfor' I paper has been delivered, and this Is meets in Pythian-: ian the 1st and 3rd
Finder please return to Cox;; 48, Ashevllle. IN. I room for rent. suitable for furnitureor will open her private school at No. running daily; reasoe, for selling,- going and obviously unjust to the boys. If you I Wednesdays in each month. Visiting I ep COLDS
; c., or Care Journal vPensacola. Fla.. other goods. 104 and 101 South October' / do not the sovereigns cordially Incited
Tarragona EM N. Spring street. L Tuition to replace it by larger engine. King A get paper we want,to know .
4 and set reward.. |I street. Phone 633 ",00,per month. Useptlnx Runyan. 't ISaug. It; 'but please be certain. LESLIE E. BROOKS.F A, SOGHICH Clerk. C.,C. I j7514 TriIIdI.IIt last llHan Jah I :

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. 1j.co1rIN6: Womeniapproach Is nothing indescribable an ordeal:' Compares! which.aU'fear. with with for !I i SHIPPING NES '1 -*PMSHORT.rh ..,I I!I SI' S." S.- fOR! THE" BLOO' -.J a'lI'

A J.he Foam and 'horror of. -- I .

chJld.'birth. The thoughtof Arrived. .. .. 1 I' The demand for S. S. S. has,steadily increased since it was first placed >0."" ::: I II

the suffering and danger in store for her, robs the expectant mother Ida Aust sa, Hreglich, 2093, New I on the market until it is now recognized as the greatest of all blood purifiers. ': .' .

of all pleasant anticipations of. .the coming event, and casts over her a Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. started--all right : Jacksonville Metropolis Is a J It has won its way to success because IT CURES DISEASE and ;::; >; '1! '

gbadow of gloom which cannot be shak'en':off. Thousands of Afredo Uruguayan bk Maragas, and luckily for Jade it ended on right. paper: with which it is not.. always there are few homes where"S. S.S.for the blood" is not a household saying. ........_ .,
women to. agree but few if As the blood is the life of the body, nourishing and supplying strengthto "
that the of Mother's : 987, Montevideo to H. IL Thornton, "All on account of Vulcanite easy any. are very'; 'Ii J .rl
found toot
use during rob ( '
F.riend this"The
bye pregnancy likely to disagree with people evezy part,disease in some form IS sure to follow when it becomes contam.' :1 '!
confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother Steamships. "Vulcanite" of Florida want only the Issues inated. Eczema Acne. Tetter. Boils, Pimples and the various skin affections ; t tre
child. This scientific liniment is a August Belmont, Br ss, Clarke, S involved In'.the. drainage propositiondiscussed ,' .
and god-send to all women at the due to an over-add and impure blood-supply. Rheumatism Catarrh< .T -'
time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother's Friend I, :967: Newcastle on Tyne. to Gulf Roofingis and Broward's opinion of Scrofula, Chronic Sores and Ulcers, Contagious Blood Poison etc., are all ': } t ...-;.

carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its use t Transit Aiminister Co. Br ss. Spink 1231 Havana the only roof covering that make* alleged Abram Republican opinion of Broward owned papers does not or deep-seatedblooddiseases and will continue to grow worse and more danger. "-, 't

gently prepares the system for the coming event,, prevents "morning ; : to master. economical building possible. interest the "voters." ous ai-vng as the impurities and poisons which produce them remain in the .> '
sickness," and other dis- Belle IsleS Frencn ss. tieBarre. pats a roof on TOUT house that not only ilood. In all blood disorders S.'S.S.has proven itself a perfect remedy,and -- 'I : J

of this period., 1354. Cotte to' Gulf Transit Co. ( costs a trifle, but Albert Williamson, the proprietor well earned the right to be called the greatest of all blood purifiers. It goes ; 1 t
.oar/IJJ -R'S Degama, Br ss, Keene, 2245, New jack ni ei it looks,lasts and and editor of the Jacksonville FlorIdIan down into the, ciftulation and forces out! all poisons, impurities, humors, -si-;.It .. i;: I

Sold by all druggists at ; : Orleans to A. A. Brown'& Co. !Eart Is letter.than all is nothing, if not downright I And; unhealthy.matter, and makes this life-stream rich, pure and health-sna* ', ,-,' ":" ., ::;1
$1.00 per bottle. Book ; E. O Saltmarsh! Br ss, Rogers, others and however one may disagree with taming S. S. S. reaches inherited blood taints and so enriches the circnla ;
containing valuable information: free. ", 2319 Tampa Gulf Transit Co. him. the opinion of the man who tion thatdiseases of years standing permanently cured. It contains no :11 I

'RIEhD Ibex, Br 58.. Rinks,,,1729, Hamburg.:, made the Floridlan famous is always '- .
The Bradfield Regulator ..Atlanta.Ga. r J : : YOlldon'thaTeto harmful minerals and is nature's real blood purifier. Book on the blood and .' :.}
to order. : .- Bead out of town worth having ,In, a .recent issue Albertus -I .medical advice free. THC SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA t i' s,
Klrkstall, Br ss, Hinde, Colon to. \ -.. for It either; it has this'to say of another ,editorial -, J
------ master.
"' celebrity: "Brother CaldweU's'Pink'
Is for iI
Tugela Br. ss,. Nieboll, 2141, Car- sale rightS Pills For'Pale People' as .exemplified : ..
dift tolL Baars &''Co.Vidar herelntownbjA. labia old and highly esteemed 5 5

Nor,ss, Aruesen.1084' Suguala ZASPERi'EWS15aito: !.: the good.*" .S You Have Malaria "',r.- : .
Tailoring has to be Grande, to Hyer Bros. M. Avery Hardware Co.MCMILLANBROS.CO.. "
: Ships. According to a paragraph in the St
bought on faith. You Avanti Nor ship, Anderson, 1648 Augustine Evening Record,'''Wlllis B. .AA

must have confidencein London to order. Powell, the versatile editor of the :

your tailor-his Ferreira Port. .ship, Barros,.506.-U* St. Petersburg; 'Independent has won : : RIN:
'atht bon to master. the prize for-the,best write-up of the ; .
fit e'
to properly
/' .1 Canada Br. ship. Spurr, 2237 Rio % recent Lake Okeechobee excursion.He :
: Sand tailor you. If Janeiro to Pitch Fine Lumber Co. I ur.crueees ST was the tallest man bu several i _'. 't tWILL '

.I you draw a good one Ingrid, Nor. ship Dannell, 1260, Inches, in the party, which acounts! CURE YOU .:r J
r' then you're alright Antwerp to MeL Oerting & Co. i for the tale of his thrilling escape

,... Lena, Ital ship, Tassara 1581, London from being caught by the hair by the! CURES "a', I fj1
/ If don.t-you're
t J/ you to' order.' low-hanging branches of the great -
up against it.We've Barks., water oaks along the Caloosahatcree.! LIVER TROUBLES

:j earned' om Alfhild, Swed bk Svensen 1332 That surely would have been a terrible '-. ,

.' reputation-and it's a.good Durban to master. fate had the St. Petersburg editor BEST FOR r;'

S ; Andrea, Nor bk, Quale. 114, Durbanto been left suspended in mid-air while CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED } .1
'on Just be- ;
_- -_ _ master. his companions on the Thomas A. :
cause 'we' five our Avon, Ital. bk, Avegno, 147V, Genoato Edison jcontlnued their tr.p.; The alligators '

patrons the good quality !- master. .5 missed a treat" S ;1 1FOR
Short Campbell Nor bk, Hausken, 1100, f; PRICE 50 CENTS -
on TailoringRIGHT they want at, thee
. .. *,lopay. Stavanger, to McK. Oerting & Co. Another tired newspaper man quits SALE B Y ALL DEALERS. ; "I
price they Nor bk, Jorgensen. 657.
. MERE is where. you're ,apt '. Chacma the tripod and throws aside the
fr Fleetwood to order. stylus. This time It Is C. D. < .'
( dough
to'have trouble If
your tailoring Isnot Hereford, Nr bk Jensen, .1380, BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY Y COMPANY
correct. ,If:cut,too hlgh'your coat'cott Want tailoring; that'sreliable'Then MRLETREPORTNAVAL of whom the St. Augustine Evening !
lar will Rosario to order. Record well says: "Alter twenty W. T. BEDWELL. PRES. AND MANAGER. ,
climb your neck-if too low see us. Heimdal, Nor. bk, Hensen, 1354, years at the helm as editor and publisher Prepared to do all electrical repairing on abort notice. Rlag.-phone' 6Z9 and a .
'your linen collar will climb your coat. Our big line of Fall Hull to order. of representative will call. W. T. Bidwell. President and Manager, 205 3. Baylen
the Sun, C. D.
If the back Isn't cut.right at thts.Woolens. Inspires con- Humberto, Span. bk, 1111, Battle, STORES. Clough puts aside his newspaper street. S _
point.your'coat may stand away from Havana to order. The naval i
Savannah. Ga. Oct. 6- work to attention to
other business -
: fidence. You'll know pay
the collar, or your coat may draw Isabel Browne, Rca bk, Lmdquist, stores market closed today as follows: interests. I

across the shoulders. why when you see It. 1231 Hull to master. XVW .................................5.80 He has sold his newspaper -
.................. and printing plant to Messrs.
Of course'other faults fl.Nor. Johnsen, WO ............... f-W
may appear King Oscar bk N ...................................5.30 Norman and Hachinson, who take
here as the result of errors located 752 Rosario to A. Zelius. M ...................................4.80 charge to-day. The new firm will add
.elsewhere but none of these difficulties Lilla, Nor bk, Aanonsen 1030, Santos K..e..4.5 An Important Factor In ',
appear in OUR COATS. We SUITS" order. I .................,..................4.40 much new machinery to the plant and
to H ................,_...............435; make other improvements. Editor
know how. S ,.Lluis, Uruguayan bk., Lopez, 700 o ...;...............................4.j; Clough retires with the wishesof \. -
.Talks on.Tailoring" in book. Tailored to Taste Havana to order. F ...................................4.SOB goqd ;
\\ShOrt. Maria Ger bk, French, 1022 Kings ..................................415 his 'fellow newspaper men In Flor., Business
let .$endor'caU. for it. D ;...........;.....................4.05 ida."
$20 to $50 Lynn' to master.Negpore C .',...........395 ..
Nor bk, Gjerdsen. 1128 S pirfts turpentine 6414 cents. The Tampa 'Times-which, by-the- .
. East London tcrA. Zelius. has, in the hands
, Noach VI, Swed bk, Burgfeldt, 1260. PENSACOLA COTTON. way McKay, become one of the of best Brennan daily is having the right kind of bank back of t
The following Pensacola quotations are
Port Natal to order.Olivari
. -furnished by 3. P. O'Connor &' Co., factors papers in the state-is evidently out You can't be too careful in the selection r
. ,.Ital bk. Costa, Genoa to or you.
and importers:
. G GARDNER Good middling ..?...,....,.........109-1JS for Bryan this time in dead earnest of bank. This bank wants
. 1 TAILORS For Men Who Care der.Superb, Nor bk Ulich, 1934 Antwerp Strict Middling ..*.................10716 This is a.sample of some of the recent your your S
Middling ........ timely observations: "The Times account and offers absolute safety and ev'r
. A., Zelius & Co. tIt
Strict low, miaaHng, ::::::::::::.::.10 peaks by authority second to none
Brent >"\'-' accommodation consistent with -
FRANK B. GARDNER .Manager. Building. 'Schooners.Donna -J in Florida when It eays that the mementary ery safety. : .
.. 165. Belize Christina to master., Am sob, McLeod1 Mr.BETTER. B.. F.PREPARED FalrchUdawants,!. .U..stated chill cast on the Bryan boom Four per cent interest paid on savings de- 1 :
, that he is. not Demoralized ana mat an by the misinterpretation of a phraseof .
. Domira, Br sch, Reddie, 2001 St. extra experienced man will reach here tomorrow his Madison posits, interest compounded every 6 months ; \ ,
Square speech is rap-
morningHe Is better preparedthan .
Lucie to master. I
, r ji Freddie Heucken, Am sch, Bryant, ever to take care of his orders for idly disappearing, and long before the ,:.
. *%33z sxszsx\is 475. Havana to ,master. '
,, l : ?. !IIaii 1\I.1.A.: CI > HJalmar: Am sch,,Axelsea, 55. Tampa .,..J'OTICE.1 for unanimously the presidential the choice nomination of the as party he j

I : was .six months ago its,favorite son.'"
: "f -- "" CHE SD'ATH,6 ENAU & GERELDS
.-5---- -- As a purveyor of fish stories, unadulterated -
-,' ,-, U OPALLKINDS. s NOTICE. Democracy and staunch
;l:;: COI DRINKS BOOK NOTICE. Tenders are asked for the discharge supporter of that prince of good fellow -
S r ,_ S .,..... -t< ., ,- St and custodyof'canro now':'on board theNorwegian .
:t Albert Gilclirlit Adrian P. Jordan
_J7: FEED STUFF AND WOOD. t J.'M--; gga Pensacoli ohlp bay Avanti Weather now stranded permitting in, stands high in the ranks of Florida OF PENSACOLA. FLA. ;t

Free delivery ,to any part of the-city! : ,. :Orders': Morey's Outlines ;of Ancient)History 'work than forty to be thousand done discharging per day. not Parties less newepaperdom.: Rash Indeed would
9. By William,C. Morey, PUD, D.C.L.. contracting will have to furnish bond and be the man who undertook to dispute Designated Depositary of the United States. .-.
promptly filled. P. T. MAYO, Professor History and Political be responsCbU-ot..cargo while I out of Mr. Jordan's supremacy as a dealer- t'
chip Bids to.opened Tuesday morn- en artist indeed-in what may be
, 5th Street opposite It.of.- N. :Depot. S 'Science, University'of Rochester Ing. October 10th at 10 a. m, at the termed piscatorial romance. That W. H. Knowles. President. W. K. Hyer Jr.. Vice-president and Cashier. r ti
; Author of Outlines of Roman HIs- office of E. A. Zeifus. vine-consul of Norway
W. Asst Cashier. W. N. Roberts Ass't Cashier.
and reserve the right to reject, The Journal is not alone In this opin- Thos. Brent. i H
J Phone 20.. Florala Ala. pH. tory, Outlines of Greek History, etc any W. H. Knowles, W. IC. Jr. I l
I and all bids. B.P. Andersen. Master of ion is indicated by the following time Directors-F. a Brent W.A.Blount Hyer, .
Half leather, 8vo, 550 with -
B 1I pages Norwegian ship AvantL octlt D. G. Brent.. S
maps and illustrations. Price, $1.50. ly paragraph from the St. Lucie coun- I !
American Book Company, New ty ,:Tribune: "The St Augustine i -- -

York Cincinnati and Chicago.In BIG SUIT TOATTACHTIMBER Record thinks our fish story of last _ -5 t.r t.
this book Professor Morey has week ranks with those of Editor Jordan i.
of Punta Gorda. Well bet a .;
successfully followed the plan of treat W. PruldentK. JOHN PFEIFFER.: Assistant. Olihltf.
DeSILVA & COMPANYCan ment of. his Greek and Roman histories per cent to a doughnut that Jordan I .E.CUIIII.: Vi".Pnlident and Cashier. ,.W.ANDREWS Assistant CUI II. !
objects for he Is recognized as havinga
but while the present volume a
A big attachment suit was yester--
covers' the same ground, It supples! day brought in the United States patent right to the use of legitimateand :
unadulterated fish stories. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK i
the need of a one volume course in court by attorneys representing the J.
fill orders for lumber sash doors win
; Ancient History, meeting fully the J. McCaskill Co., of Freeport Fla. In the following suggestive little '!
college entrance requirements, for The suit Is for the sum of $15,000 for OF PtNSMCOLA H*.
dow'Glass and-all material.We t paragraph, the Ocala Star puts a ques- .
schools which cannot devote more timber now in the possession of tion which is certainly considerablymore l 1
won't be able to make special work time to the subject. The matter is. James Dixon. pertinent than impertinent Opera House Building. .

so arranged as tc indicate \the historical The suit was filed in the forenoon John's answer will, when received, DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. ;
for few Send ord ts. relations of the countries treated
a days. your ,
.. and papers immediately be given a prominent place, "next to
and the contributions which each has
pure reading matter:" CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. .

made to the progress of mankind. .Real ,Estate Transfers. "John Collins, of the True Democratat DIRECTORS. .
Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA- &.CO. The stages in the growth of, ancient Tallahassee and who is publishinga

civilization are clearly shown. The Following Is a list of the real estate splendid, newspaper has constant Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Reilly. F. E. Brawner, (
history of the Oriential countries illustrates transfers recorded yesterday furnished by recurrences of nightmares 'on the J. M. Pfelffer W. 8, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, t'
the beginning of man's in- the Pensacola Abstract DEEDS.Co.: drainage scheme of Broward and In Bryan Duimody, T. F. Mcfiourln' : J.R. Saunders, 'I:

dustrial life, and the initial stages in Warren E. Anderson et al to Modeste speaking of temptations besetting him A. M. wery. W. H. MHton 0. E. Maura, :1"
religion, art and science. The Greek Hargls- 'The.east 80 feet of the north 65% W. U Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzIe Oertlng ;.
(m DRINK BOTTLED world is treated as especially, distinguished and feet other of lot valuable 366 block considerations.State 25, Old City. -Jl.00. have tojdin had the more drainage than gang one, chance says: 'We to Alex McG.wln. C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark.' ;:

r-4 rto liberty and for of the a high growth stage of of. political culture. block 356 of, Florida New'City to A.Tract A.-Fisher J14.00-- Lot 8,. seJL"' Now, what the public Is interested UtIy.epliit61t3 for mil stiLtS, \\ISM and *5.50 !die yeer. rrinte apartment ,-<;

lu describing Rome, emphasis is laid I. H. Aiken to Modeste Hargls and Pal- in is to know who is so sorely la connection for th mire Hargis-All of lot 30, block 34. Belmont tempting John. That would be live
OJ on the Roman genius for organization.and Tract-tlOO.00 and other valuable news. Expose the tempters and save Four percent lnt.r.stPald on Tim Deposit
the"development of "
a universal considerations.
o a: 0 tJCa" system of government and law.. your' virtuous manhood.

:While the book is written In the .
: TQ That excellent paper, the Live Oak -- -=

.. clearest rnd simplest. manner it develops Democrat. certainly draws the attention ................................O.................. :
in the pupil's mind a scientific of The Journal to a wholly inex .

m '2" .spirt, indicating, the relation of cusableoversight on the part of the i ==- rir-- H -Lii
special facts to general movements,
Q latter in the following sprightly para-
o 0 C Before drinking, see that;you and of these latter to the growth of ,1
graph. The Journal's failure to noticeIts I Deposit your money in a savings bank at 4 ;
national character and Institutions.The .' >- -
o 0 get the,GENUINE. A WOrd topical method of treatment is S CS: : iFl4NP. m ascribed contemporaries solely to the new fact head that must it be is tper cent., when the Pensacola Home and Savings ,

followed throughout. Irrelevant mat mighty hard to get "ahead" of the t Association will issue you paid-up stock I
is sufficient ter has been ex6luded, 'and the facts
the aforesaid
to wise Democrat But here is the
o ,. 0 selected carefully arranged. The illustrations w- ; paragraph: "The veteran Major But i bearing interest' at 5 per cent. per annum, pay-

are numerous and of a '= ler, of the Inverness Chronicle, whose able semi-annually. i

Hygeia Bottling Works high order of merit.. The helps to pu eagle and Argus eys misses nothing in H. G. D.SILVA A. GREENHUT,. J. 8. Rette. R. M. GARY S
1/ils.include a synopsis for review and .4: .- his 'state exchanges is the first and i preeldonU-, Vlee-Pre.ldent. Treasurer. Secretary. .
S87. a list of references for reading at the -1 only one among the editors to 'catch Director -H. O. D.SlhsA.. Green lut. Knowlw Hy..A. V. .'
124 E. Chase Street.Phone end of each chapter, and a series ,ot 2 on' to the Democrat's new and metropolitan Clubb. C. H. Dorr, O. C. Maura, Sol Cahn. '! ,1.

twenty-one "ProgresElva Maps which .-.ti. 0 'head.! .It is a beautythatnew i 43 South Palafox. : 1

....................................' $........... ......6. indicate changes. important geographical s!! head-a 'swell'swollen head but not under for .......>............................+............*T... ; 0f
of one
:=: that reason a

Southern Grown Nursery Stock i I the strongly editor's to hat Major and Butler's it appealed artistic so Bonds.

GA.,..FLA. & ALA. RY. I'S feasibilities that he at once sent us City of Pensacoia Improvement i I

: True; Natome. CAPITOL ,ROUTE-SHORT' LINE this' nice little bouquet In the last issue Denomination $1.000,00 each. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January > -

Tallahassee Fla. of the Chronicle: 1st. 1936. Redeemable an. lit, 19J6. Interest Payable Semi-Annually., ;;, 'rt
: Budded and Grafted Pecans, June Bud .ahd one. .fi i to Atlanta' I ""The Live Oak Daily Democrathas WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN >
Ga. Brandare adopted the New York Herald AMOUNTS SUIT PURCHASER. .-
Shade and Ornamental The "Flat-Iron"
: year Peach, Strawberry, Roses. ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT I style of head. That is perfectly proper. >

: Trees of all ''kinds.. Everything-: to a i to noted for Individuality and forWIOf'.mad The Herald is a leading Influential The Peoples Bank of Pensacola
flu The best New .is the Democrat. ,
Write for Southwest Georgia and West paper, and so
refunded .
: name, or money cheerfully i Florida. Yotk tailor tailors could make make these better trousers.No ones Editorially.the Herald la unsurpassed, Pensacola, Fla. r.L. r.
if the
and so is the Democrat But
price list at once. 1 .
i ; S Via Democrat had no head at all, the .
Andalusia Ala. i Sold In Penaacola by body of the paper would be one of .'
: C. ',R. 'LONG Nurseryman, Steamer Lines, Carrabelle. WHITE NIX the belt in Florida." IIJLTOV GREEN: president.B. ''. E. WTJLUES VTce-PresWent. t -

*..+...............,..... ............. ... .... ..... Fla.GA.FLA.&ALA.RY.. CLOTHIERS, S NOTICE. 11. BUs1fNEL4UGler..' MANSFIELD MOKENO, AMt. Cashier. 1

!"': and 29 South Palafox St. Bids are requested to discharge the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANKof

ef deals of Portugese ship Ferreira
by carrier to Low rate*. quick service 'to,Tallahassee -; MADE BT cargo and take charge of same cargo Peneacola FJorlda.DIRECTORS .
TheJournaLdettvered) and Qulncy, Fla.-Bain bridge, Arling. for benefit and, account of whom It S ;- -
ton and Cuthbert Ga. BLOCH BROS. cncem. Ceo. W. Wright Morris Bear, T. E. Well... Rix M. Robinson. L.Hilton Green. .
For Rates and Information write to may -
17.19 Waverly :
week J. H. McWILLIAMS, ,, -
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'i Stylish Books only but all kinds of books!II Usi

caB particular attention to my stockof
AT MUSCEEi [ win Boys start Books with :Shakespeare No well-balanced. mm \

with Horatio Alger. Jr. Henry Cooperetc.
j These win keep,them off the street.

Raincoat For>Iris: Louisa :A cott. (Little Women AND I

:: i! WHA8F- Brands Margaret books.Hodgson. Sydney Martha Findlay Burnett(Pepper (books Elate(Little)books. Lord Mrs.), I ; ; FOR MONDAY TUESDAYAT ijUIIn'

*o Fauntleroy and others),'etc.I ,
... ,.
have an these at from 25c to $, I -- THEREADYTOWEAR-
according to binding..
Immense Power of Wind and .
-r is one of the most handsome Many of my lOc paper backs are by
standard authors,and are good literature.
t '- and serviceable of Wave Shown in That i

garments. It sheds the "

{ rain and keeps you dry Vicinity. HARRY T.HOWLAND; i STORE liss

'f and warm. These are Manager De' Luna Book Store,

V : of the better kind and WHARF IS A WRECK' ALTHOUGH De Luna SLTHE ,




"._. _.- I Manufacturers ol ,f ITEMS AT REDUCED OFFERING : "

The immense power of wind and \
f wave during the hurricane which Cypress Shingles
r i wrought such havoc along tne waterfront 100, Cravcnettc Storm Coats, of Priestley's Utility

s THE JOHN WHITE STORE realize last week In but this is a city visit almost and to vicinity the impossible bay during shoreIn to %w"x4"x18". x 5" x 18- Cloth, shown in all new shades Oxfords-Tan, Olive, VEF OTh

the vicinity of Muscogee wharf ,Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions.
\' will convey as good a general idea of Write for Catalogue and Price List Gray, also in Plaids ; .made: in the very latest styles. BUI

4 this as It i Is possible to obtain. any

Specialist: Boys' Wear where.The wharf Itself is a wreck and, : Values $18 to $20 ; for ,Monday and

x strange, as it may seem, the wreck $10.98
Phone 225 appears to be greater at and near the IMMENSE PILES Tuesday _- -.--------. _____ Den
> 205.207 8. PALAFOX shore end than it does at the seaward ber
i. extremity. Way out on the nougl
end of the pier almost Inaccessible: sud,<
from the shore, are a number of cars 50 Black Broadcloth Coats, fifty inches long, loose kitud
loaded with lumber which as far as OF SAND IN'SHOPS' ;ne ol

. tL .................................................... can, while be seen close, are to practically the bulkhead uninjured over fitting, beautifully tailored., richly trimmed on o ecksev the

i| thirty: cars were undermined by the le
terrific seas and, in consequence collar and cuffs with velvets, worth Den

L \!:|i Inverted Gas Lamps I near dropped the on into outer,the the east extremity bay.side of The the Is warehouse pier still- $15.00 $18.00 ; ,Monday and Taesday $l?. 98 ng if delrfndy ftospit

standing having been protected by .
t s f 1 the cars and that the incline is still imenspin
The arm of the fixture is over the light the : practically Intact Is due, In great Round House Floor Covered 100 Ladies' Tailored ,Suits, made of imported checks
light showing trj downward measure, to 'the fact that the loaded ic ade '

.'! tmanner as ,electric bulb. Light i is! very : cars served on%s the a buffer outer for end the of wind the pier and I Several Feet Deep During and plaids ;' broadcloths in black, browns and navy, s ge PI;

strong and clear and casts no shadow. also served to break the force of the -ersalMen

4 .: i waves massive which. structure.broke entirely over- the i ,Rain StornrAfter the in, pony suits and semi-fitting, well .

i PutUpFor$150Pensacola i The greatest Greatest damage the east- Hurricane. I worth $20 to $25 ; for Monday.! $, i5MQ nthus r nve els

ern side of the'wharf was caused by.two nerabeople

large vessels, the Alfhild and the Immense quantities of sand washed I I made' of black mercerized sateen
| Gas Company i outer Ferreira end which when were the storm moored struck near and the down from East Hill during, the cloud 50 Petticoats deep te ei,

t Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. : which, after being torn, loose were burst that followed the storm of last .' flare flowers with double accordeon and stitched leirre i
: crashed against the' pier time and week,,completely? filling the pits in the ,

..,.................................................! bers time again as though tearing they away were massive matches tim covering round house the and floor the or turntable the roundhouseto pit and I ruffles well worth $1.50 ; for Monday. 'BSc. I the. Cto c,
.... and causing damage that aggregate a depth of 'from two o lour feet ;; *
thousands. Both of these vessels are The sand, was washed!nto the- place I I. er
Ice Coal Charcoal and FOOTBALLRandolphMacon now in shallow water near the bulk- through a break in the fence on the Heatherbloom with hariecd
of twentyfourinch
One lot Pettycoats
head, the Alfhild being the nearestto Tenth Avenue side and , such M
Wood shore. This vessel was the first quantity that It will become time be- rly o
z to break away and: although it was fore It can be cleared: away notwith-- ruffle, something beautiful. one_ of the best ;ordoimith
Delivered anywhere in the College 6, Richmond moored nearer the end of the pier standing the fact that several men are nes
College 0. than the Ferreira, swept past the hard at work shoveling it away. made well worth $4.00 forMonday
city. We can supply you in Georgia Tech 11; North Georgia Ag- latter vessel and now lies next to The tracks in front of the shops quality ; ,-iBitedllton
quantity and our serviceis ricultural College 0. the shore with its. iron prow set deepin were covered with sang to a depth of & dSy
any Cornell 2, Oberlin 5. the stern of the Ferreira. The two or three. feet and tjie road was ____ .&* && 'non;
Phone Harvard ---------------------- _--- ---- --- id
always prompt. 15. University of Maine O. Alfhild is an iron vessel'and the damage seriously' inconvenienced in conse- ort ;
263. !Yale 56, Syracuse' 0. to it is small compared wifh that quence for some times : in
Georgetown 22, Gallaudet 0. suffered by other vessels in the har- |J1 tlIWbJ
West 24, 50 Black Mohair Waists also in white made of an
4 Point Trinity 0. bor. The Ferreira is a wooden ves- ,
E. G. SEWELL Annapolis :midshipmen 0, Dickinson sel and is badly iniured. THE FESSENDENRETURNS ->mes
' 26 N. TARRAGONA STREETr College 0. The only track that remains on tile .' elegant quality ;' tailor made well reti
; Vanderbilt 28, Kentucky University pier is the main track leading to the ,
0. incline all of the others having been. 'TO PORT I My
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I University of Tennessee 10,. American either washed or torn away for sev- worth $2 ; for Monday,:_____J__ _______ $1 e d
0Virginia. eral hundred feet. Both tracks, one ttrray
GULF CITY COFFEE'CO,. Military Institute 15, St. on either side of the incline, were SIGATED WRE'CKS of
Johns. Annapolis 6. NO ALONG hedliinihf
carried away but the track on the
CHIPMAN. Mana -r. i. University of Pennsylvania 11, University south side is being; ra.pidly'repaired COAST AND RETURNS TO (
Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of of North Carolina O.IBASEBALC. and will be In con"l on for use within :' f eVE
the course of a' few days. PORT. business. He returned yesterdayfrom MEN ARE 'LEARNING THAT BY mgeIbout
Fine Coffees I Tracks Washed Away. points on the P. A. road and BY LIFE ASSURANCE Hawes Celebrated I ,
reports seeing great destruction caned Incomes .maintained
t OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL The tracks on the fill running out mortgages aggtj:
by the hurricane. protected debts secured undevelpoed! those
from the shore to the wharf The
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIALCLOTHES proper revenue cutter Fesscnden,
Quite a merry crowd met at the enterprises guarded business rendered
were washed away with the exception which left port a few days since to Hats Den
home of Mr. and Mrs Herrmann Investments given $3.00
American League. J of the main track, and even the make a cruise along the coast east of safe permanent I IWD.mall.
enjoyed the afternoon value and capital A
Philadelphia Washington, both earth and rocks of the fill were wash- Ponsacola, returned yesterday anti Thursday and preserved. policy
playing of different kinds Miss tin THE EQUITABLE 'does all this, hunt
games postponed on account of rain. ed away. There were four tracks at reported) that although a cruise had games AT
of her
Pearl Herrmann playing some and more-provides for the family after
Boston Ne* York this and all full of : ad aIlttl
CLEANED AND PRESSED. 4. 5. point were cars been made for some distance and )
Everyone death. Send
mus'c the piano. us
To have your fall and Inter clothes Chicago 3, Cleveland 5. when the storm broke, When the as close as possible to the beach no on most your your name
r ) cleaned, pressed, and repaired, and fu\In St. Louis 7, Detroit .3, first game. tracks were undermined over thirty wrecks or destitute families were enjoyed the afternoon invited to age and ad4ress.KNOWLES UesTh'; j
good condition send them to They
St. Louis 4, Detroit 2, second slid off into the pleasantly. were rom
do everything in that line and guaranteeour cars gracefully bay found. meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. BROS.. 'Insurance STONE'STHEHABERDASHEB
work Ladies' work a specialty. Gentlemen game. with their loads of coal Twenty two The officers of the cutter noticed ----- :;:
Stakes next Thursday night -- ---
'a membership rates. $.00 per National recovered the big steam Brec
[ League. were by (
,':month. All work called for and delivered. through marine glasses at a point Mr. Taylor Williams' of Pine Barren SCARRITT MORENO; .
y New York-Boston. rain.BrooklynPheladelphia wrecking crane that was brought :
Phone 1J7JESCAMBIA. some distance up Santa Rosa Island, his Mrs J. Reynolds --
paid sister
.! rain. here from :Mobile. but their contents a number of persons'On: the beach. SAFES OF- ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
PRESSING CLUB, short visit this week. .
z a
Agent for Oltbold Safe and Lock Co. x
will be almost a total loss.
9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET, She went in closer Ua'sent a boat Mr. Henry Klab'sh: spent Friday In Canton,Ohio.
z t WALTER MOULTON. MANAGER. NOTICE! Between Musoogee; wharf and ashore but the parties stated that Goulding. Office' and Salesroom E. Gov. St.
On to-day. October 7. the first Sunday Wright s, mill are several acres of they needed no assistance 'Mr C. Majors. is the guest of Mr.
of this month there will be at 3 o'clockp. '
Further the cutter ,
I m., an instruction" meeting. The stopped at and Mrs Von Werder. 1
entire membership and also visitors, are East Pass There they:io-ind that tLe ,
k Invited to be present in the behalf of people had supplit.. and clothing, but
getting Orphanage Home Mission workers had no possible of
means earning a
possible.straight for. Your business attention at as is early needed.dateas OPEN FORBUSINESS livelihood their boat and ;selns having SPRINGS -
I J The
This organization was formed on April 4. been carried away; -
-M SHOES 1906 for the purpose of build'ng! an alms The cutter will coal tip and will I HighlTh
house for destitute old people and children ,
a Mc tigevery Thursday night at possibly go out Monday to other .
7:30. Instruction meeting every Sunday i points, specially if word is brought Soeclal to The'Journal. { of Satisfaction slue.
evening at 3 o'cWck. at No. 713 West Belmont to the city of any settlements in dis Bluff Springs Oct. 6.-Our school 4 3'pa
street. opened here Monday with Prof. Maddox -I patloiIn
HANNIBAL WATTS President. of Cattage Hill as principle and; 'eY
Pastors S. Jackson and Wainright. Miss Avert of Montgomery Ala.. and I redftacoh
M. F.SUDDEN. Miss Lula Fairchild-of Cottage Hill I I };
{ r The I DEATH YESTERDAY il GOULDIMG I assistants. The attendance is good Red Heart Beer is!'one heart
1 and from present prospects the out rtsb:
! OF..-:MATHIAS A. SIMO look is flattering for a good school of the few beers. that_ always -, Tate
Beacon Light Mathias A. Siiso, a Spaniard died The Klein Ii this, term. "
suddenly yesterday at his home on Grocery i Soecial c.--t:;;:Journal .Mrs.- H. H. Boyer of Pensacola, gives. ..satisfaction.It . "
South R-us street death being due to t I Goulding, Oct 6.-Almost everyone spent the day Thursday with her
. heart-disease, cf which he had long Company i is open for i suffered some damage from the friend Mrs D F..McDavid. never varies. It is "pnblibIIr!
I As the beacon lighton teen sufferer, :terrible storm; but we ,are glad to .:Mr. Elisah Corley of Caryville is I
..the mar-' He went into his, back yard' yesterday :business a tits old J !note no one was injured here. The visiting his mother }1ra.Gmr'Duts.' I always pleasing to the Mays locos
shore-gides fertilizer factory will be cut of business
r afternoon, wb.ere'he fell as he > Mr. G. R. Stanton and little sonFinley THE GREAT FOX.
: Finer: into a peaceful ha- was 'returning to the house. He .expired stand corner'Main and for quite a while' on account cf. spent Thursday in Mobile. taste and mild. It does once sill
i storm damaga. I Ha been tried for by men vi
I In few Miss! Florence Fillingim made a years ,
a moments. P
? wen of rest, so the Beacon Palafox streets and Mr. Wlkcs is very busy of late, short visit in Flomaton Wednesday. not make you bilious or 'I use day. their and found machines to stand every the hour hardest In GSI tJ tJ1.ns;
=[ Light Shoe is a haven NOTICE. trying to help the railroad company'get Mr. V* C. McDavid, of Chuiiuckia, I and do the best work.
. NEW LIMBURGER its track repaired on the bay. leave. after effects. I If got wet don't '" 7a
AND SWISS visited relatives here this week. any your typewriter !
.., of rest for tired feet. I CHEESE AT ROSENAU & GERELDS solicits a continuance Miss Ruby Booth, of, Mobile, who Mr. W. A. Knapp has resigned hi, I'to repair It, unless!l.1t is a Fox. but trait timer:
x /I The fit the foot easily has been on-a visit to her aunt, Mrs. position with the railroad office at Beer drinkers; declare it to In writing for a for new two Fox.years that Is to guarantc do P"rfe'
oJ GLASS of the that Askergren returned ,to her home pe
t patronage this place and will leave soon &is work and ail repairs free. You can Whaib
and ,naturally ,and cost AND GLAZING.E. Wednesday. home in Greenwood. Fla. 7or Knapp is the ,best lOc beer 'in both models ''visible and regular, pri C
B. WELLS Miss Pearl Herman and Mrs. $100 by calling at 21 Brent RowsO rive
10 E. INTENDENCIA. has been bestowed inthe has made
t only Stokes children many while here everything In sporting goods. and
and drove to Pensa- the world. .
f: ATTENTION! cola Tuesday to who regret very much to see him ,fu
view of .
the scenes -
Teachers patrons. and pupils of the past. leave.. .
:the great disaster.Mr. thingnt'
i Three Dollars city The public city schools schools:will open promptly on i El. I. Stokes left this! morning Mrs. Taplin has returned after a > ,
: Monday October I for visit of two months Cricago. .... .nt
F morning 8 and it is Fresh goods being Selma to look after his wood --. F. B. BRUCE.
hoped that every teacher and pupil will are f t Mrs. ,McGlathery, of Brewton: Ala.. 1 ly 'a.
) be on hand and ready for work at the I. is spending a while with her mother, tablericer
of said schools.N. '
& opening B. COOK. Supt. receiveddaily, and lumber and timber that was blown Mrs. C.: C. Parsons. NEW BRENT BUILDING.
I ashore during the storm,and perched The many friends of Mr. A. J. Cow- The. tlon"SOIne
r,! I' nor Neither Consignees the Captain.of the Owners Austrian none but the best are. I far inshore ,on top of this mass of art will be scrry to know' ot his con-
a steamship "Ida will- !wreckage sits the tug Celestine, o tinned tad health. He is confined to Florida Alabama flow
.sk H 0 ANSON responsible for debts con- offered the trade i all. appearances but slightly damaged, his bed most of the time. Lewis Bear Co. and took)
vessel; tracted by HIEGUCH.the Crew of said i On the East side of' Muscogee }.ir" Lee,Gentry of Moojfe, ison 'a xber'week
.I TRANSIT CO..,Consignee. Capt.GULF 4- wharf the shore is lined as far as visit to hIs parents Mr. and Mrs.'G LAND COMPANY
( J;: CASH CLOTHIER, : I the eye can reach with wreckage of W. Gentry. Wholesale Dealers tt.ptircu
Bargain. every description many small houses ,
Comer Palafoi and MaIa.h I I. having been wrecked by the mass GLASS Manufacturers' of i i1cta
'Fl l Low'price for quick sale half block on Klein Grocery Co of Umber that was. ,forced against AND GLAZING.. JB.l Pensacola. ,. .Flar and Dealers CYPRESS In SHINGLES meets:
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OF f THE WEST the -spaces without crossing Y/rfTlt ; PUZZLED THEM '

any or _lifting your pencil r o i: Ee Ot'rr .

Miss! E. Nellie Beck Writes you will draw a very large But the Puzzle Army Never. S

Interestingly of Denver theless Found Him Out -

and Its People. fish* -The small pictures will and Drew His '

tell you some interesting facts '- Picture. .___4 4.. _3t T t

,;; loyalty to City Pronouncedin Sadie Holsen Gets Dollar s

i the Residents. about this fish. r and Will Johnson Candy. :




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the answers to last week's poz tit
'Jm ales, the first names drawn for the

ATTRACTIONS.Denver prizes were Miss Sadie Holsen, 208 ;r
South Florida Blanca street who gets
the first prize, "that dollar;" and 4 .

Cola, Wednesday September Master Willie Johnson, 316 East Ro- _z
mana. who gets the pound box of t
-8: .-Few. people are strong "
.noagb to resist the heady effects of candy from D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. A,
These little soldiers of the .
lucky :
udden rise in the world, and this '
Jutude is certainly heady. So being army may obtain the prizes by t 1..
: calling at The Journal office and )1.Aleanbertda 1.
Ln! of the many, I have Just yieldedto I. .
D' drag store.
0 The correct answers to last..week's'puzzle' ,
u,, ,l> I have been, here have simply '
T. od in the Denver atmosphere. : '. 1.. OJ lSr3 rf pictures are as follows: i.

<)>-nver. Beautiful D<;?n\er. A e'tyor i., Q The Correct Answers.. .
No. 1.-Kangaroo. :;;
hghtful people. Breezy but not
J.lEi'Ar27Z.JZm.Ls'C67QHT 1, '
/ No.2.Australia. 1
windy people. Energetic without bent G; % No. 3.-Grass. J { : \.
tussy; wholesouled cordial, and lYr9
h03"itable.. they know how to wel- Q r fE H'i No. 4.-Sprouts. j J: f
No. 5.-Pouch. '
coii the "tenderfoot and how to rEm No. 6.Tan. / 4 f.t
inspire her with their own enthusiasTic '
No. 7.-Jumps. ;
admiration forthe, "Queen City of f (_.
No. 8.-Tafl.
hE' Plains." And that enthusiasm is ,QWPTr
a 1
\ There were more puzzles 'reeetredl f k .
as genuine as it appears to be uni- .. '
this: week and the broken ranks of'
eralMen.l. / the puzzle army are gradually filing' ,
women and children love j .. ( ""::---. up again. There were no puzzles It
Denver whether they were born here : ,.' from Warriftgton. the navy yard or -

or elsewhere. T And among the mot t along the bay, front but of course the t :"
i nth'l<;iactic lovers'of Denver are the :/, -......-- puzzlers are too busy, since the storm] -
senbers of a little colonv of southern I ey 'r : ._.... to'pay .much attention to solving pnz- 'i .-r 1. (
;'eople whom my people were fortun- ,k".; .>.''- '.,>'\. \ ties as yet. Still they are all expect. !' ";;"- t ". .
to meet immediately 1; : .. "
te enough on! ed back before many days. .
,ieir arrival: and amorg whom they i '\8"i: !lf"\. ; Last Sunday's puzzle was a "kangaroo /. ;;r, ,". t t ." ,
,"> pleasantly located. This \ .. t 1$
now and all the army traced out the' :" :
:ttIe colony includes Mr. and Mrs R. T fATTZ'.I P Tlc' .ZT CA7r:4 '1. R 1jU.LY .f .PIGZ1-r. l' JT.FEZIJ azrI s lines and answered correctly as to ; f'- ::

-'. Comer and family, Mr. Thomas the figure made but dear me; how )r"
,Valsh, and :.Ir. John Richards, all: S they- spelled his name. Some had. "It .Ii .j a
jrmerlj of Pensacola; Mr. ,and Mrs To the Boy or GirTWhose Name Is Drawn From the Correct Answers Received At This Office By Next Thursday NightThe Journal Wfll. is a Kanguru;" others, "It's a .Kangroe '1i 'i
harles Gordon formerly'of Alabama,I Ir.d ;" and sun others Just simply, t ,>
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Milton fora-! Give a Silver Dollar. "Kangrue. But the puzzle editor '{t ,''I- t;

rly of Georgia and Alabama. Mrs.I The Boy or Girl Whose. Answer Is Drawn Second Will Be Given a Box of Huyler's Candy When Called For at D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. knew what they meant and that was ;} i-i "

;ordon is'a sister of Train Dispatcher sufficient i : ',( If

ones of the L. & N, and of Mrs.-Itust I I I There were only two things which :' i t..j a
mith whom she and he rfami'y have I' are thoroughly modern from the with a cemented cellar beneath, the I mScient panorama spread out on all this city, "man"' embraces "woman"all I goes about alone all day and all night proved exceedingly puzzling to the ,i : \

sited In: your:city.. Mr.. and }Irs.,I inented cellars! to the tile roofs. ce'l I general plan is in one of the I! sides. j 1 the time, in season and outasone tiding, driving or footback, attendingto army. One was the color of the Kangaroo f i S ..'
fUton have friends and relatives !have carefully kept lawns, and ? cellars or each has its jown furnace i Geographically, I knew that Denver gazes admiration at the tree her business, unquestioned unhindered which was to be solved bythe", '" ,t

,non!; the.readers of The Journal'1 as attractive as they 'are;I,In its individual:cellar.--and. rarely has is called "The Queen City of the;'embowered homes' ; luxuriantly .shaded and apparently; unnoticed any- picture of a boy getting ,a spanking 1:. !
:d on account of their 'And, the more I see of them, the more I I an attic. These rows of houses are Plains," but I had heard so much of streets with ,their. ;.parkhke grass- more than if she was a man. She and the other was number four which p I
;t in the'"D(' p Water. City,': they J. wish .I. owned a block of East Hill::: called ..Terrac s...*. and jn many: fat her "altitude" that I had a hazy plots between the smoth drivewaysand goes alone to church, the theatre, the was sprouts. Now a boy getting such, .:t f' ..i t ta i 'j
ill this "Pensacola Corner." lots. If I did I'd soon be receiving a I stances the rent covers heat and idea that she was a sort of aerie the sidewalks and the sidewalksand parks, and to all public places visit thing as a spanking Is apt to say' .1'f. .._ f I
While they are all loyal to their old'. generous per cent on my investment.For .I light-always water. In other cases bunt in a cleft of the Rockies with"-a doorsteps; the numerous parks ed by both men and women* as a mat, or resemble most any thing therefore. ',:- 11
nmes. not one of them would willins-,: ; on each side of that block, I'd I they are wholly or partially furnished. sheer fall to sea level a mile or so with their noble young forests, shaded ter of course. the mix-up in guessing the colors of r ,f: ,

return south to reside they ssy._ I have a row of tiny frame ctttiges: of i I f[A majority have a, gas range in the I Ii I j below the East side and a precipice drives and walks, acres of vivid green i ;!Twice we have spent the eveningat the kangaroo. The correct answer is l ....: ;:
Impressions cf Denver. I from three to six rooms each, with a i iI, and shades at the windows. rising a mils or two to the mountaintop lawn bordered and dotted with great "City Park" where a,band of music "tan, and when you think of it, is _-:' 'f :, .
My own individual impressions of, six feet high boarded enclosure beneath -i I Others are furnished: completely, and I on the West, with barely space beds of flowers and ornamental and moving 'pictures entertain the'people seems ridiculous] that you didn't give .'
\e citv are most agreeable. The two I and a finished attic above-for i..i'rent from $18 a IIlnth-or "the" for the L. & N.Colorado Pacific- plants It is impossible to realize as every night Saturday and Sun- this answer! at once. c' -
:atures that struck me forcibly the I ventilation and use-well finished interior month, as Denverites say-for the I i Denver &. Rio Grande Railroad to one looks at them, that every tree was I day afternoons from June until ,September Some of the puzzlers said it was .:' 'I. -r

'ay of my arrival were first the ex. with up,to-date improvements'I four room terrace with furnace gas i iI come in from Pensacola on the south brought to this naturally barren plain and! every pleasant evening' "red" for naturally] a boy would look '.->, .
ceding: whiteness of the white, and conveniences throughout I'd employ .,!I{ range, and shades to $40 and up a I and go north around a ledge to the planted and nurtured to its present!: and Saturday and Sunday afternoonsuntil rathar red after such an encounter :: ,
'!lathes worn, and second the solidity an efficient person to keep the month for a well furnished one of Pacific coast 'I[splendid proportions by the active cold weather, attracting hundreds Others said it was "yeJl-ow" another .:' ..t J
f even the smallest buildings.. The entire block in order. There wouldbe .' six rooms. Fancy then my relief from that public spirt, 1iberaI financial methods of people of all degrees.. mistake quite easy to make. No.4' i
nger I stay and the more I look' no fences-all one beautiful lawn," If there is one thing that Pen sa.I lofty observatory that Denver has an and modern progressive trend of the ,Many Attractions. was really the most puzzling picture .
I !bout the more these two features', the only dividing lines being rows of cola needs more than one hundred incorporated: area greater.than that of intelligent beauty-loving and wise The attractions are provided by the of the lot There were many answers i =, ,
ireest practical improvement along holyhocks, screens of veetpeas, or I miles of well paved streets, it is five!. Chicago though with only as many people of Denver.Comparisons street car company which reaps its to this number which were away off, ; t'I, "i.
";03 two lines in Pensacola. rows of gorgeous scarlet geraniumsor hundred small modern homes. And hundred thousand of people as Chicago "may be odious but reward on several lines that termin- the correct answers being "sprouts", ;-';: i; '
I mor is an extrE'D'<-ly benniiful other gay plants. either will bring the other for both claims 'millions. Moreover while I when I realize that these people had ate at or pass the Park at brief intervals The puzzle editor hears with pleas-' .
1U'n, and is pre-eminently a Mtv of In the center of the block would be are absolutely necessary to devolop- the mountains curve in cresent form I "nothing but climate" to build on, laden to their utmost capacity arc that the prizes won by the little ';; -

:nail homes. There ,are of course: amber the heating plant generating steamor ment. along the western sky line, a magnificent and then remember Fair Florida'smatchless which is twice that of the Pensacolacar puzzlers of last week were greatly ap
? of very handsome mansk hot air and hot water into From Pensacola to Denver is a plain, apparently level from,1 climate boundless resources and differs from it in Construction preciated. A letter from Miss Efflel; a I;t .
ao a few almost palatial residence, each house. This would be a modification change to comp'cte;! there is no com Denver to the horizon stretches unqbtsructed and glorious vegetation, I The forward half of the car Suggs who won the dollar is ,as fob ;

-t the "bone and sinew" of Denver, of the prevailing plan in Den parison. This Is truly a great city, ,,north east and south. can only wonder "How_long, 0 Lord Is closed and the rear half open, the lows .$ w
res in small, individual house of ver. daily growing greater. A friend in the A Wcnde-ful: City. how long," until she shall come into entrance and exit being from the center Thanks For Dollar. ; >

ora four to six rooms. Rent Covers Everything. capitol building escorted me to the 'O, It is a wonderful city. It is impossible : own?. on the right side only. Passen- Dear Puzzle Editor-Please accept ( i

These houses, like all of Denver. Here, the first floors are only slightly ton) of the great dome the other day to realize its transformationby And that reminds me. Out here,
"e constructed of brick or stone, and I above if not even with the ground t and permitted me to gaze on the mad I -the hand and brain of man-and in woman has come. into her own. She Continued on Eleventh Page.) (Continued on Eleventh Page.) i iI

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showed that the era' may always be expected to display I i I rI '
Creditable. three people, and It has just moved this number will. be incalculable. of The Journal's: mechanical force.A and deserves the success Presidentand Its editorials not crushed by the ed1tar'.1 I the needed qualities in em rgencies. I> l' -
Tic Pensacola Journal yesterday 'I! into its own home, expressly designed Editor Mayes and The Journal stand real work of art is .a flag made of General Manager Mayes Is meet heart ter that was had befallen him and I .-Jacksonville,Times-Union. :; k
:-ed a "house warming edition" of I and built for its use, and one of the for push progress and prospsrity for brass, rules, containing a card stating ing with. May The Journal continue citizens. His leading editorial j I '' .
offices in the Pensacoa and all to "grow in grace"! and do good low 'J1
's handsomest newspaper west Florida- that the! typographical work on Pensacola's Calamity. x'
rages in celebration of the occu- Go So No Lives AreLost"
?l'm of its elegant new building. I, Gulf States. There's progress for Chipley Banner.A the paper was done by members of to itself and to the people of Pensa- "Let Everything be found elsewhere. Both 'j'I Pensacoa seems to be in the line "t "

:s 0'r T> respect the edition is highly! you, and while it reflects the highest Typographical Union No. 293. -AUn cola and .Florida. Tallahassee True may done their utmost with of calamities much to the regret of '
'lCOa: and the Times extends its it has an even. wider sig. :1 If we consumed as much time in I Pensacola! and Illustrates the progress the Jacksonville resources Times Untcn. J I Just about .recovering from the effect r" 1 1of 'l
:congratulations to its enter.. nfacance in the proof it gives of the perusing our several state exchanges'the city is making. Mr. Frank L. Right"The scourge a year ago she is again 1
;rising: contemporary of the deep rapid growth in. numbers of newspaper as we do in devouring the getups of Mayes; the able editor and manager Housewarming Edition of The Add said of Pensacola etc tag. ':afflIcted by angry winds and waves .

'":*r cit>.-Tampa Times. readers In West Florida, I The Pensacola Journal we apprehend fs a newspaper man of which any Pensacola Journal, Issued last Sun. And They Are O. K. Too. "[ last week doing damage"estimated L '; -
which Is but another 'phrase for the I we wouldn't}. have anY time left n',:city may Justly be proud.-Birming day, was all right.-calhoun Democrat There are several Ocala people I[at $0.000,000. and her neighbor, Mo- 1; J
'One of The Best." 1 I i rapid progress in inteligence among which to dish up Meteroites to our i iI ham Labor Advocate. S Peneacola. Mrs. Marean's two daughters :'t'tile, Ala., sttll a greater sufferer to .
On of the best: special editions !I the masses of the people. :And what I I readers. IPensacolians certainly have ,Mrs. Brenard :Mrs Owens, and in :'the extent of 18,000,000. Pensacola! .' '
r:"b> '\!"ej in this state was the recent ;.: is true of Pensacola in th's respect" a Just right to feel proud of such a A Splendid Edition. The Bist'Yet Mobile are Mr. W. E. Sinclair and though subjected to gales and storms. f; "' "
e-warming"! number bf the Penh I Is true all over Florid- \\lee!: J.>urnal. Editor Frank L. Democrat I them in the tom of The Journal- best dailies in the state issued a Pensacola Journal was, from a typographical Star recent hurricane in over a century. i\.\, {
i.r> has just moved into a fine new St. Augustine Meteor. splendid "house ,warming' edition standpoint the best of the Death of people and destruction of .
1eP building where The Journal. One of The Best. tiThe Sunday of six sections, fortyeightpages. special editions jet sent out by that Allays To Be Expected. property has been great and It will !t' J
continue ,to grow and prosper. housewarming 'edition of The Something To, Be Proud Of. It was an edition worth readI']I enterprising paper. The advertisements .. The Pensacola Journal of last take years to overcome the I losses. {1 I

: arola I is making rapid strides in Pensacola Journal, published! last The Pensacola Journal of last Sunday ing and we trust the new I. were the best written and most I Thursday was not Issue until the., Many: people have been rendered sit! f
;''e forrmerdal world and The4rna1 I[' Sunday, reached the Metropolis this I I was a hummer-forty-eight pages the paper will meet the demands of neatly displayed and arranged of night of that day and was deliveredto homeless and others thrown out of :.}. ''' !
I: ) is keeping abreast of the morning. It is printed in six sections 1,-all home print-with instructive Ii its growing business. Ocala, Star.A j any we have noted in some time. subscribers next day. That it appeared business and though the present condition > ':.ft--
, trek ,St. Augustine Record. and contains forty-eight pages. 'i reading matter of the very best kind. The news and feature matters were at all was due to the energyof of the Gulf City is a' gloomy -' 1
ed The edition is one of the best ever :The advertising matter should make MagnificentEdition.. also well edited and interesting. The the management The publisherhad one it will be made brighter In the } 1-
ectice What 't! MeanS--: issued by a Florida newspaper and : the business manager's eyes sparkle Last Sunday's Pensacola Journalwas f'event was the celebration of moving been warned from the power near future, as Pensacola Is possesed :' ff ;a
Tnt Is in keeping with the higk order.with delight. Taken as a whole, it a magnificent paper. Full to the 'i into a modern home of its own. The house that ,the electricity might be of brainy energetic and preserving if!
Iso growth and increasing InfluenCe and excellent production of The Journal was a paper the whole community brim with local matter of a most In. Journal's circulation has grown from turned off at any moment to prevent people who are never backward J':' .
c1 the press of Florida Is a sure Jacksonville Metropolis. in 1906 and Is to the orlts citizens by what they can to overcome in .
< from day to day. It is a real souvenir should be proud of.-Milton Index. teresting. nature.- 600 in 1899 to 5,848 damage city doing
f J J-rajfying proof cf the progress I and contains too much general',i still growing.-FloraJa News. fallen wires.. At about Itl5 Thurs disaster and calamity She has.a '. ti T'; .it
dogsGut I in the enlightened public scriotion here. To those interested The Labor Advocate is in of One Of The Best O-amonds; Are High. Too. I the power failed-completely paralyzing deep water and Is a port of great 'c 1 i
kntWrnt and general educational In Pensacola and west Florida, and the "House Warming Edition" of'The last Sunday's edition of The P n- Sam Russ Is making the editorial the paper.Promptly\ steps shipping facilities; and her present -'.. :. t
i;' r :s for which the press d stncti3 those who appreciate the honest efforts Pensacola Journal, which" contains sacola Daily Journal, 48 pages filled; columns cf The Pensacola Journal were taken to, install a gasoline engine trouble, it is hoped will be short Of .,;,'V' !
A no- < :
t ,Iand emphatically stands. of capable and energetic newspaper forty-eight pages. It is the largest with Interesting reading matter, sparkle like a diamond.-Tampa and a complete set of gas fixtures course the greatest loss is ia human ,'p
-*' Proof of this is furnished by the and which !is beyond price or recovery ,'1
In the composing room con life
it Miaml incelebration i.
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edition advertisements
.. men, we ever printed in West Florida and attractive
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rtee great Housewarming Metropolis. and Is filled with advertisements from of moving Into its com:I .nect the stereotyping room with the no less than twemty-fiv persons : 'J
: | of the Pensa la Journal ando built A Magnificent Triumph.The I press room engine. This was, all having perished in the storm. !K y
the enterprising business Il mocL'ous new quarters espscjially .
F figures given of the remarkable men and for Pensacola Journal's issue of : completed by noon of Thursday. The details of the storm have been r 1
and Prosperity. lustrations and arranged an
"Push, Progress showing'some of the beau for ; '
'ovro of that Frank Mayes upJ J and the work of repair :
paper. Friday was a magnificent triumphover When one reflects upon the confusIon published
of and general printing
edition tiful residences
j4 hold of it several years ago The House Warming and business build- to-date newspaper tol t almost insurmountable difficulties Pensacola was in with the howling will now be vigorously pushed ahead, g''ff# ,:
Journal Fk>r.Ida's Ing of the Tas 'a credit <<
"OJ Pensacola west Deep Water City One of establishment
It had a pay roll of J75 per The ; citizens In the scope of detail of its winds wrecking buildings and the and we trust our western sister city {f ::
morning the most attractive and the ,
metropolitan paper illustrations is the paper's' owners '
Iter.k and a circulation of 600. Now of the flood. The Pen laNew"s :billows tumbling! in the streets, the may be spared from future hardship: 1 -:
It contained' forty- Th Journal's who make the publica- 'story .
"s Dn a' hummer. new building; with halfa of Pensacola ..
roll is $500 per week and its was issu of that,day is a pathetic energy and fertility of resource that and soon by again the brightest item j
trroat! ton! staff, eight pages cf Interesting reading hundred employes standing In tlon of such, a newspaper poss'be.The the Mexican Gurt J ksonrl1A! ;?
is 5.840. It has a of the extent ot the disas saved the situathn mar bs judged. of -
and advertisements. The front. The advertisements are neat- Journal Is one of the best all-1 j' reminder II .
: l n editorial, business and lour But Bat Frank L. Ifaycs and big consen- Metropolis. f
F c.ankal Mirtments of thirty benefit Peneacola will receive from ly gotten n1). demonstrating the. ,skill round daily, newspapers lathe, South J ter. It -s only pages. I '
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'" w w's. Telephone No. 38 After 3 P. M.I I .

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's. ( WOMEN AND I enough to strike 'the pleader on the h e. He then caught hold of a stickof I t*=V .' the Demands of ALL the People I Ii

THE BARGAIN COUNTER.The end of the nose. timber and with a great effort
"I know I picked that up first and placed the young lady upon It.
sun shown bright and clear it's mine. This from the embroidery Witt all his might he battled :with
r the wet earth: was partially dry, and *
ccunter. the and the heavy floating
:: It made people feel as if'they would "You did not do any thing of the logs: :waves until he reached a place of safety i :Our High-Grade Goods have ever been irreproachable as to
like to get out and dry some of the kind,'* was the'haughty reply, "and 1 not however until the young girl jt
damp "mildewie" feeling out of was theirs intend to hare It." had again been knocked from the raft price and it is a recognized fact that our popular priced wares !
; clothing. Then too. there a Then came a sound'like something antf again 'as miraculously saved. Itwas. 1 quality or ,

-a: '"Goods"storm bargain slightly sale"damaged on. Think by the of re-it, tearing--perhaps they were dividingthe a terrible experience, but only I than offered elsewhere for a like price.
spoils. served to bring the two young people are of better quality i ii
cent storm to be sold below
cost. way "Oh my Oh my!" was hear/llou.) closer together In the bond of sympathy i
and shrill above every other sound each felt for the misfortunes of

full Bright of women and early, girls the and streets chnaren were, and an excited woman pushed her the other. of Our Importation is the largest and most varied 1 1i
way to the counter where the cam The natural consequence: course
making for Palafox street as fast as brics and domestics out was a pretty little wedding which occurred c
their them. pedal, extremities would carrr by the yard to dry and incidently to ,on last Wednesday 'the 2rc i the 'town has ever witnessed. These goods have now arrived and are i ii
sell She looked so genuinely distressed inst., at the parsonage of the Methodist :
f By nine o'clock, for a block,in frontof that the good hearted clerk church. Presiding Elder B. C. in the various departments of our spacious stores.
one of Pensacola's big dry goods inquired the cause. Gleen performing the ceremony i i ii
stores the streets were filled witha "Oh. Itan't find my little! girl," she Mrs. Meade\ as :Miss Evans, was
panting, brethless, eager crowd, replied. "I had her here one of the members of Lodge fourteen .
only a moment
.' to waiting admit for the the second store contingent doors to ,open the ago but put her down while I Rathbone SIsters.., The young i The New ,Era of our business will be marked by the attention i
lookej at some goods and now she Is couple were invited to the hospitable
C first having already arrived and been gone and I can't find her home of Mrs. Peter Bell to spend and household necessities.
to the priced wares i iI
buying for hours. popular
The girl looked under the counter, their honeymoon followed by the given ,
Those who came later and were and then called across to the clerk on good wishes of all for a future In
shut out of paradise, glared with en- the other sIde. No one had seen the which the worst stornr had been
vious eyes at their more fortunate child. passed. I

F i glass neighbors doors, through and secretly the windows hoped that and some There domestic was a"on sort the of floor.scramble A person under EUCHRE PARTY OF i I Now that our new stores furnish us with ample space to display:; these goods, 2

things their wouldn't time came.all be picked over before held been one measuring end of it off and the had goods evidently while THE The PROGRESS Progress Club CLUB.held a we'intend to popularize this department. We will offer to the people a series of i it

At last the barricade was lifted the she, waited for a clerk. The movement pleasant euchre party at their very club and articles be had of the house- i
doors swung;' slowly open and it was! was repeated and a smothered rooms, last Tnbreday night t, sales of the utmost legitimate wares to largest

a to"number shame for twos the "center InnIng.Now : rash" It put ever wall heard was heard.that sound Ah,without what mother an immediate The, as tables the were reception placed hall in the was ballroom in furnishing stores, in the country. Henceforth our Bargains will be looked forwardto t
a Harvard "half back" and
response* The excited little such a badly wrecked condition, thatit .
made"Yale "go way back and sit woman made a dire for. the goods and was impossible to use It with eager anticipation. We offer for f
L down. On they went, the big woman threw it off. jl j
deal of
games a great
elbowing the little woman's back hair .
"You poor little thing." she criedas interest and the -
were won by
down and knocking her hat on she caught up in her arms, a rum Mrs A. Greenhut and Miss Rosa '
crooked, while the little woman got pleed, tear stained little object Then Levy. : MONDAY OCTOBER 8th i
t revenge by stepping on the big she ,
bethought herself of the holding ,
one The first prize a cut glass fruit
corn. the free end of the domestic. bowl was cut for ,by Miss Mel Levy

-i customers and Of But course each the made the mecca apiece girls for was had her each finally at favorite least of reached; fifteen whom clerk. cap.she woman"You continued,"You mean and straightened wicked as she old looked thing the at child'you the,"* the and prize fortunate Mrs was Greenhut a cut, the nappy.The latter second_ being I The Greatest Sale of Genuine Austrian China II IIi 2'ever '

thought it her individual right to be nearly smothered my The next meeting of the club will
poor babyto death under those heavy be held next Wednesday.Mr .

4 Waited, With upon hands first.full of_ goods picked up wet But goods.she of the bargain in domestic : and Mrs.Ed Forscheimer re i afforded the patrons of Pensacola. Every piece of every day service. i

'k from the various bargain counters had turned from Mobile
secured clerk all for herself, Friday night I
y they impatiently awaited their turns. and did not evn'hear the rebuke. where they hrd gone before the :1
_;,a By the underwear counter stood a Then the woman with the baby and storm Mrs. Forscheimer thinks that i
woman who had evidently been admitted numerous bundles made for the coor. from the looks of things in Pensacola, j Gold Band Cups and Saucers, regular value 10 Open-Handled Cake Plates, decorated and tin- :

ez held in with her arms contingent an ,immense No. L bundle She She was, willing for oner for bad this had time her inning at least, and to the former storm place.was worse here than at the cents, 6 for. . .'. . . . . 45c ted, regular value, 25 cents . .. 18c :

which she persistently put into the call it square. Gold Band 6-inlh Plates, regular value, 10 cents, :
face of a timid looking woman by herr Mrs.\ J. A, Wales and Master C. A. I 8-inch Salad Bowls, decorated and tinted j
side. YONSE.HATTON Wales, Jr., from Mobile are the I 6 for . . . .. . . :. . .45c regular :
: I value 25 cents. . . :1
"Please mam ventured the timid TO OCCUR WEDNESDAY.The guests of relatives at 520 North Alcamz Gold Band 6-in. Plates, with stipled gold edges .

looking ing ,that one.bundle"would to your you other mind arm shift, ,1 t_Hatton_ marriage to '}I.r._ :Malcom_of Miss R.:Maggie Yonge:Mae will street.. : regular value 10 cents, 6 for, . . . .40c 9-inch Decorated Salad Bowls with stipled gold i

haven't. came in been here able for to It.see" a thing sinceI 9 occur:Wednesday at St. Michael's morning.Rectory The ,news at !I sey Mr are and guests Mrs. D.of E.Mrs Lasure Willie, of Smith.Wool- :: Decorated Breadand Butter Plates,regular value edges, regular value 35 cents . . ?. .19cDecorated i S

1-' The answer-a look of withering I cf the wedding of these two popular; 525 Romana St. They will leave tow : $1.00 per dozen, each . . . : . .. 5c j
t. scorn: and' the bundle pushed out, far young people win be received :with ever, for their old home in Augusta, Decorated Fruit Saucers, regular. value, $1.00 <,' and Tinted Pitchers, full quart size, :
pleasure especially those ; Ga., In a few days where they will in value 25 . .
by who have regular cents. . . 15c
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l known and admired them, both since 1 future reside, having lost their home i per dozen, each. . ., :,, '_. ,. . 5c :
childhood. The, many lovable traits 1' at.Woolsey in the recent storm. 2 Decorated Oat Meal Bowls, regular value $1.50 Decorated and Tinted Cream Pitchers, regular \ .
of character, and the sweet disposition -+-
of the pretty bridetoare well.- Mr Siitrunr. a popular traveling! .i per dozen. 6 for. . . . . ..:. .50c value, 10 cents . . . . ;. 5c :
known. among her friends and acquaintance man who cameo to Pensacola occas.onally .
4R Damaged is at present in the city. Y : ,ijl.gers
As for the ,young groom little .
r need be said, as he has all the attributes Ml<*a Fa: nave H. HolefleM; the accomplished "

I I:a gentleman.which, go to make a man and Holifield, arrived daughter home of Friday Mrs Minor ni.ght. I :8. GERSON. i

I Miss Hatton has chosen for her Miss Holifield has spent the past four .
maid-of honor Miss Ethel JTarcds. of months very pleasantly at Benderionville '
this city., Mr. H. Ellis Davis/of Oak N. C.
Grove. Alabama who Is a cousin of +
The friends of little Miss :Erie Hancock -
Mr. .
will be the best man.
Shoes Owing' to the recent storm, plans: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. _-.J .
J, Hancock, will be -
pleased to learn
: for the .wedding were materially: that she is fast recovering from her aan at her home on East Belmont A' PRAYER. I Tear
changed as It was considered impracticable street.' The ace prize was won by -, toon
for the ceremonv to be performed recent illness. Mrs. Commyns and the lone hand "Now I.lay me down to sleepI not ;
at the home of Miss Mutton's and also consolation prizes were captured pray Thee Lord my soul to keep." Ai Bayou Grande.' met fThe last Friday week afternoon with Mrs. Euchre George Hoff-Club by :Yrs.'lllie Walker. The Oh Father may my childhood's I October Weddings I IWherend
For the past ten days Mrs. Hatton booby fell to the lot of Mrs Hoffman prayer II ,
and Miss Maggie Mae have been the the hostess. The next meetingwill Invoke again Thy loving car ;iing
guests!: cf Mrs. D W. Rielly. on North be held with :Mrs. Levy at her Though I have often wayward been type
\Ve haven't Hill. Beautify the Complexionl home on North Davis street And numerous are my acts of sin; : Do not delay longer in placing orders for engraved Invitation: won
anym to offer !I Our fall samples represent the latest stapes! an1 fora.
The ceremony will be a quiet one. Yet well I know that while I live very Joni
"" owing to a recent, death in the fatnlly \ It* ons.Nadinola. Mr." Thomas E. Bridge r of Ocala. If I but ask Thou wilt forgive. that have been, accepted by refined and fashionable socict.; We Tom
you. No water-soaked or and no invitations were sent out. one of the prettiest towns in the I For He who guides the wild bird's I do not follow-we LEAD in originating artistic effects with they
c x Immediately after the wedding Mr. state, is on a short visit to Pensa- flight fine material Our prices are the lowest Send for samples i
milldewed Shoes on sale. and Mrs P. K. Yonge will tender a cola. tIre Bridges is chief guard at Can guard me through the coming which will be suppliei free of charge. J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING wen X&TI
t"'- 1 I wedding breakfast to the ,bridal party C the state, convict! camp near Ocala.: night. L CO.. Wedding Stationery Engravers 47 Whiteh-J!
CREAM, the :reset
x Nothing but this season'snew after which Mr. and Mrs MalcomR. cqiuled beaoliiier un-is "If I should die before I wakeI St.Atlanta Ga. I ,stan. (
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Yonge will leave their wed- The regular meeting'of the United "
endo ned by thou pray Thee Lord my soul to take. ..J ,/the
x clean, fresh goods.If ding journey, which will include sands, fad guaranteed # Daughters of tie Confederacy will be Though years are passed again I see :i1HeJ
Birmingham,' Washington and New to remove held Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 A bending' form at mother's knee. Srhl
York, thence up the Hudson river to freckles o'clock: at the residence of the president As by her side again I kneel (:
a pimples, K
for Falls. MeDavid SI9 W,
you are looking Albany, Buffalo and Niagara Mrg. A E. Her
liver-spots, tan, sal -soft hand on my head I feel I'rtvlscaly
Returning they will stop at Oak lowness eta, the worst case in 20 days, :Gregory street That mother long since taken away :Ex.CrTR.SJONSunciay.: :
.shoes that will Grove. Alabama and Mobile. Mr. I .
give Service, and restore the beauty of youth. Price Ere my life had yet begun day. Wpm
Miss Mesa who has
Mrs. will be at In Wellhouse
and Yonge home
50c.and 51.00 leading mailPrspii
by druggists or Oh Father for that mother's
Pensacola after November first at been the attractive guest of Mrs. H. sake. rella
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if you are looking for. shoes *tj NATIONAL TOILET a).. Paris Taa. Again I ask my soul to October cdsy
316 Guillemarde street. Horsier for the past month, leaves tonight take.Amen.. 7th. The Launch Marion,
for the home in Atlanta. tt n
g that have Style, if ,you are I Il THE STORY OF W. T. HARTGROVE. tiromOhly
ASTOR MWEDDING. Mr. F. E. Brawner Is In receipt of a Garnier's, Fla. Oct 1, 1906. The Largest and Safest In the Harboi ;
l looking for shoes that are There Is often happiness following "The Best Is What We Sell" postal from Mr. J. C. Pebley.. who chti
closely on the heels of disaster, and \, with Mrs. Pebley was at that time In llaveLa
Comfortable no matter If that misfortunae: be fire I, El Paso Tex., :Mr. Pebley stated how Phone No. 178 will run two excursions leaving at 10 a. m., and 2:30 p. m., p- ",:-!
p then
why Navy Yard Forts Barrancas
and Pickens,
Life ud
: Saving Station. ; -
earthquake storm; or flood: the irrepressible ever, that they would leave El Paso
little "love god" Is on the: IT COSTS. cn October 5th. They are expected Is Now Working.Sol the islandviewing the cuts made by The recent storm. Jlcaietat I
these are the kind we are sell- spot, and seems to shoot all the are j home this week. .. "Wharf, rear Pensacola Iron \"orks..S. Palafox street Fare ::;,4',I I'u. (

rows his quiver holds into the secept- Fra. Cahn & Co. tel's
able.hearts of youth. *f, Mr. and daughter' W. W. HUGHES gave<
ing.A A little storm romance is that of, NO MORE TO EATGROCERIES Miss Florence May, arrived Thursday: 'cneEar)
shoe bearing Meyer's Enginer David :Meade of the Pensa-;, from a delightful trip. abroad. They <
cola navy yard, and Uss Mattle Lee, sailed on one of the Anchor Line ------ men
is of Evans of Augusta. Ga.. Miss Evans steamers, ,and encountered good 'a lit
stamp, guarantee
had been visiting her uncle and aunt;)' weather on the westward voyage. i }. F DAVIS JEWELER ElectSnort
reliability and dependablewear. Mr. and Mrs D. E. Lasure, of Wool J I Hot Cakes ,
sey. for some time t'' Don't abuse your health by using I Now 'In cppM
Fall styles for ladies Here the attachment of the two impure extracts. Blue Ribbon Lemon 1 New'Brent Building 23 S. Palafox StI t--
young people began, which was tot j, and aniHa are absolutely pure, go 1 With .
Lave culminated in.a wedding on twice as far and; the "Blue Ribbon 1 --- H..
men, boys and children are twelfth of this mon h. The thej,' at our store than it does Flavor" Is perfection. Ask for the I ----- ..

elect had her trousseau all ready: ,i the other kind at other 25c size.BECOMING. i vM tdf .

now in. The largest"and most yard when, and the big the storm house,struck trosseau the bride-navy]I, stores. We carry, the METROPOLITANIN '1 i Maple SyrupThere's DIAMONDS, -7;; ;;,-.1; ;; ;: A A.

complete line in the city to to-be"and all were caught 'in the torsnado best, and sell them at 1 CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZE i
and hurled into the water. Of nothing quite so good
select from. It course the first thoughts of the expectant popular price's.New cow as a plate of fine hot | STERLING SILVERWARE, "
matters not
As( Pensacola becomes more metropolitan
QK" cakes
groom with
Mr Meade was for good butter and :
the safety of his! affianced and hurryIng -;I Arrivals. her people Insist on metropolitan genuine maple syrup. | ART POTTERY; 'OPTICAL GOODS, 14
_, what your shoe wants are, out Into the storm, with the' styles and the best that can be
Pig had elsewhere as well as here. This
seething evreywher"' and
r we have them at the wanted sticks of timber coming in .on great the' Cranberries and Apple applies particularly to millinery, for]I FLOUR, 25c. -
crest of the waves he fousht his no matter what kind or how cheapor LOG CABIN MAPLE SYRUP.
way( Butter.RosenauSGerelds.
how expensive a hat may be. 1
price. to stood.where the house of )Ir. -Lasure every woman nowadays Insists or :. Engraving and Fine Stationery.
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being In style. Mrs. Nordstrom's
The house had been washed I
away millinery at No. 11 East Tntendencla
but he caught sight of Miss Evans'1'
street has with this demand
kept pace I ,
clinging to a stick of timber With for style and now has one of Sol Cahn & Co.I lOrders Receive Prompt Attention
difficulty he mide his way\ toward her,' THE FANCY GROCERS, the best St. L&ttis milliners Miss ) I
: MEYER SHOE CO. but as he reached for the young' lady j Nobles, with her for the presentseason .. .
Tile .
die slipped and fen between the logs Food Store.
} St- Louis Is where millinery
The brave young man lnimediatelyidived styles are made,and it needless to Southwest liner Magi M4 IUSE .....cI&Pho. E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. .
under,the logs, and by a m ulous chance succeeded in catching j, Phone 391 the best that artlUc millinery taste' ... ; MOBILE, ALA. .I
102 0 SOUTH PALAFOX, STREET the girl and bringing_ her to the sur-, demands.. HJ:.. HH.nH.HIH..R************** .



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; For the information of our customers, especially out of town, we beg to state f > .

our stock was not damaged by the recent storm, and business goes on. as usual ;; } j

? For those in immediate need we have decided, to make great reductions in all n.I I

staple and ready-to-wear goods, the sale lasting for One Week. Sale now on. D'i ::1\ .



100 Men's AH-Wool Fall Suits, sizes 35 '200 dozen Boys', Misses' and Ladies' JOO Ladies' All-Wool Waists, regular $2 :

to 42; these, are our regular $10.00, $12.50 Fleece Vests and Pants, good value,_ per' value, $1.00. .

and $15.00 styles of last season and are now : .
garment 25c. JOO dozen Ladies' Boys' and Misses JOe .r
:. good. We offer the\ entire' lot for $6.98 per suit % Hose, all for 5c per pair. I / ,

', See show window Sold on first floor 50 dozen Ladies' Muslin Underwear, 75c 50 dozen Boys' and Men's 15c and 20c '

: value I this sale I 50c. See show window ,
No trouble to show them* value school hose. IOC. :!

:;: 300 dozen Men's Fleece' Shirts and Drawers Just received, 100 rolls new Matting, 25. J,000 yards Best J5c double-width Flan:1::1; '

ndette IOC.

. $J value, per suit, 75c* large Velvet, Axm1ntstert and Body Brussels; now \ :' t:i

9x12 Art Squares 500 Smyrna and Axmin- J,000 yards single-width 1 JOc Flannelette, I :

50 ,Ladies Wool I Skirts. $3 value I this. this sale I 8c. ;.

ster Rugs all' .
sale, $1.98.. All stock of Standard Prints
; our aboutten

JOO. Ladies' AlI-Wool Flannel Waists, $\ For office. use we are selling 6x9 and 8xJO .thousand yards, reduced to 5c. .

value, this sale, '50c. Crex Rugs. Call and see them One-yard-wide: Best Domestic, 5c. :

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Remember# this sale lasts. ONE WEEK, and we have enough to supply all. j: :

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guished, reminding me of Hon. JohnS. !peared and the light revealed a man visit in Boston lad' gone to spend" a iU; : I
Beard in. facial play and manner. I with pale brown 'siders" fringing on week in Magnolia; Mass. How Our Acme Double Flint ;" f t f
QUEEN[[ CITY Though it was ,a rainy evening, I an otherwise intelligent face, I mentally Also that the Misse Ada and Anna THE KANGAROO --?;J {f I.
there was a great crowd assembled admitted that there are excep Rosasco, of.-Penaacola ,would remainin Coated Asphalt Roofing ExcelsIs <
under the great tent which was hand- tions. For there, is no denying that the Alps for several weeks before {:
made from the best Wool Felt.Saturated a : fl' ,
somely decorated with the national he is neither weak nor disagreeable.A resuming their tour of the continent.
and coated under a new process with Asphalt, + ,
colors the.speakers platform being Political Humbug.He And that reminds me that a Pensa PUZZlD[ THEM Is a rubber-like (densely compressed) Roofing Felt. 'a "4- I ', V.
Of THE WST[ banked in front by palms and ferns was followed by one of the most cola woman promises to become notedas Resists Coated on the both action sides of vapor with acids Silicate.and fire. # i' :}
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quite in the Florida way. In the attractive political humbugs I ever the original discoverer of a western Not affected by heat or cold. ?QU y ,
I front row among, presumably the heard speak even daring a campaign.He genius. The lady who is now The roofing that never leak i.
I most distinguished politicians was a was introduced as Judge DIcksonof Mrs. N.'McK. Oerting heard a Denver Easily affixed. ;:' ': ,I
(Continued from Ninth Page.) (Continued from Ninth Pag) The experience of twenty years proves It to be the best :' f
well dressed womanly'looking woman Pueblo. He was apparently a quite newspaper man wish he,..could find a Ready Roofing on the market. .
?ers are allowed to smoke in the. while other nice looking women were young man but had golden hair and little'gid who could write somethingfor I my thanks for "that dollar" which I Put up in rolls 32 inches wide and 49 feet S inches long ''. ; ti s ;
rear seats of the open section but father back on the platform. The those?blonds'disdain years as they do a children's department they: have been trying to capture so long, containing 108 square feet, wrapped in heavy casing. l
women generally occupy.them, and do woman in -the; front row later came discretion, so he may not be as boyish were conducting. She introduced to: but although I was glad that i'was APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. f '
not avail themselves of the license uptown on the car with us, alone but as he appeared. His speech was him a little girl named Kitty Brady.II the fortunate one last week. I believe .,
Automobiles are as frequent evry- my escort did-not-know who she was. such a mixture of truth and dema- Kitty was then but eight years old, ,I would hare been more pleasedif 3Ply, 80 lbs. per roll,,complete. t i
where as hacks on South Palafox; Her dress was tasteful.and she was goguery, intelligence human insight but she wrote "How'td train a Bird." ithad gone tothat little "lone sol 2-Ply, 70 Ibs. per roll, complete.. r +; :
have exPect. which \Vhen she dier" from Warrington. Hoping he : 3 :,t
4>nd whether of the luxurious touring the last woman I would proved satisfactory. p : .
car, the coupe, or the runabout ed to see prominent in a political compelled was In her twelfth year, at Mrs. Oert- will be thee,lucky, one before long I 1-Ply, 60 Ibs. per roll, complete. -o j
type is frequently chaffeured by a meeting.. quotations from the words of Christ, ing'E urging she published in book am your little friend, W. Effie Suggs. Samples and Full Particllars Free. --
woman young or old, who may be The finest-and I >s se the word fin his sneers at the names and effortsof form a short storyAnnie's Reward"of Miss AliceLouise Rock, who won AIso-J, 2 and l-ply Tarred Roofing Paper Sheathing and OFt. t'
:. one or accompanied by another est in its finest sense-the finest political all reformers such as Folk LaFol---- which George. Barr McCntcheon the box Huyler's candy lastweek, Insulating Paper. +. _
woman or by children crowded in till spech I have ever; heard andI lette Tom Johnson, Hearst Jerome, wrote her in acknowledgement of a was so pleased with it that she generously '
they recall the famous old shoe. have heard all the great political and others made me sad. It seems a :treatcd all of her little"friendsin l Carolina Portland Cement Co., g; .
Largo numbers gather on the broad orators in Florida and'many of the pity that such undoubted ability copyjYou will be famous yet if you don't the neighborhood toa "bite. Thereis I / .,' a.SCHOOL. -
avenue in the park where a space -Is greatest In-therUnion. was that made should be so misdirected. The only permit flattery to turn your head. If nothing so infinitely'sweet, as a lit ; .
reserved for them near the music last night by' V Denver attorney consolation was that his sentimentswere yon :wrote that story unassisted, I tle girl who wishes to' share her pleasure I 1 ;f
.stand; and applaud in unison with named Joel F. Vaile. I know nothing evidently mere tongue play fora can only say'in all sincerity that you with others. __ -
:the soft musical "honk" that characterizes about him'and have as "ethad; no opportunity selfish purpose and not the'result have a bright future-before you. The Another voluntarily generous sol
the Denver auto,' many of' --to learn/but he,>was 'introduced 'conviction. As an entertainer he only criticism can make on 'Annie'sReward' dier-of the great"puzzle army was a BOOKS. .
the most attorney is great. As a teacher of"good government little boy who-won'the big dollar not
motors. I as distinguished is .that it Is too brief. You School ,
which electric and
are Supplies Bags Straps Schol .
t used half, of it "treat era Companion Sponge SUttsBoy Pel\dl..
Notwithstanding their political, of the-state. His presentmentof of sound political principle':an clever. enough, to have made long ago and Tablets. Erasers Rulers, Drawing Penel I Is. Book KnaSack for ,; ink ;
jrivlleges, I have observed that the the celebrated "Mojrer case" as he is a humbug.and unworthy of serfous i longer. Itl ing" some of his"puztle friends"who Penholder All Text Book' sold) *t pub Usher's, price Store jammed: r.en;; l' ::
the jurisdiction'of the chief consideration by'even a woman'sfeeble had not been so fortunate. <>o doubt School -
the regards (f
only apparent difference' between I Intellect. | Mary J. Holmes wrote herr"I con- he would have used it all to this end, supplies.e'B '
and the 'court,
executive 3Btool2L:
elsewhere is a self- supreme of Stcxro : 1r.
women here and I elder your short story little short :
but "mama" would only allow the expenditure .
I wouldn't consider him but
placesanasy from -a legal point of view was so I And, I -
reliant poise when in public alone in a crowd lucid expressed In such choice yet'for his confession that he did.,not believe a marvel"HaBle of hall/of "that. biff dollar"at New Brent Building. Phone 235.Pensacola .
< dignity that it right to take 'the I i Ermine Reeves wrote her: one
enviable in the simple language; and entire was .
it night-that is there. speech (was sO able., his diction and governoship from Governor Adams,.My dear, there's a great deal in Answers. j/r. ;
v-oman who is obliged to masculinity be delivery so"elegant his language and I when he had been honestly' selected. thinking-you are bigger and stronger The following sent correst answers: : ,Fla.; October 7, 1906. ;.i.o.
Only this. Not a hint manner -absolutely fred from a! by the people. J I than the thing that blocks :your way." Sadie Holsen, 'city; Willie Johnson ;. HI
j.btrusiveness. nor night. shadow of that coarseness to which I hope to hear Mr. Adams: speak.1 Cyrus Townsend! Brady wrote: city; 'Y jorie, Daw, city; Zelia Pace,
lave: I yet encourtered day or I I I "Long live the great tribe of Brady's"and Kathleen McKInnon, McKlanon-
even the great political orators and decide whether I admire him .as city; PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON
Republican Lcve Feast. hare 'sent her a copy of "My Lady's Tony S. } :
'' sometimes descend that if I had en- thoroughly at close range'as I vile Nanette Roalque city; F
Last night I accompanied ratification a of repub-the:joyed nothing elsein Denvef; I would been doing as viewed from 'Florida Slipper." Johnson, city; Elmo Harris, city; }I
bran .
to ticket his to party's hear Chancellor Buch-. feel repaid for cqming. .It fairly through the Associated Press .spectacles i "Little Kitty Brady" she is now in Lonela Harris,. city; Thelma Alvidea Aosvars Mast Be Written en This Coupon Bisk. M. :
tr's" .lle' speech as candidate for scintilated.with wit,,humor, and good I her fifteenth year has recently published Muller, city; Stella Touart, city; Attention Wig Bo W4 Time Net Written On H RIxcepflon t
: opening, because he is a' friend ofrnE' i:fellowship. Pensacola People. a book of 200 pages entitled Clyde Murphy, city; Lillian Suggs to t this Kule. [ J: -:,'
governor of Denver friends who rev -k The electric lights went out just before The eastern papers reach Us Jater}"Old Grumpy's Gold," which contains city; Everette Rice city; Josie t
: 33 him my as one of the ablest hqnest his turn to -speak, and he had than they do you but Tare 'Just as Interesting that- and twenty other short stories. Quigles city; Florence Bobe, city; My answers to the puzzles in The Journal today are U follows R. f
That he will makea nearly finished before they shone especially when they 'referin Both books bear the name of Catherine Leona Murphy, city W. Effie Suggs, f
* in the West.
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J and capable executive, if again. All forms of -"side wishers" complimentary terms to' people I H. Brady and the later one bearsa city;. 'Helen Brown Gonzalez,. Fla.; ;.
lotted trong, ia generally admitted. He. tot naturally antagonize me and in my know. Early in September I' learned picture of her in her twelfth year. Herbert E. RledeL city; Manuel Johnson No.l
.: statesmanlike than clerical in opinion weakenany man's appearance that Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C.'Watson I L t She has a round Celtic face with city; Edwina Christie city; Ar- :
t.- handsome and distin- But when the darkness disap of Pensacola, Fla, after a .delightful wide frank blue'eyes,wide apart, and thur Johnson, city; Miriam A. Bur- 'iii- ;
-arance. I is wholly unspoiled by the attention goyne city Pearl Suggs city; Lucy Ho. Z :
shown. her. She' is a born businesswoman Swaine, city; 'Millie Swaine, city Ed. 1 :j '

6.N.N..FO .1NN................. .... .... '..... ..................... I and personally* manages the Swaine" ,'city;'L. Bernhardina Henrlchson Henrichson city:- No. 3 ; I
printing, distribution and sale of her city; Anna fft
oe \ MILLINERY. :books. 'She is so simply and unaffectedly -Estell Pacecity; one coupon received ,s
i a little girl that it is natural that which was correct but bore no name.Those .
No. 4
. people should accuse her of getting'her who sent answers : 'ti I IN
Pensacola people are waiting mother to write her stories for were not all correct were
i many .. l.
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So her; but those who know them both Ferryman. 'Crestview Fla Which// 5 ", .J
i arid anxious to see and buy our inv know that Miss Kitty writes her Walton city:,Clara Stokes city; a'" '"
; stories wholly nnassited and that she ence Stokes city: Nellie 'J!
Street 'Hats that have decided to. has "always been making things op city; ..Ehnire Bell city; Alice 'Louise Na.l.No. ," .. ," ;- "!
! s; .--- ported' we_ In her mind" since long before she Roch, city; Louis Berlin city' ; Viola '. .
could write. That she !is a little Roch, city; lJdE' < Stokes, city; May ; :i
: F l have a special showing of such on genius there is no doubt and it Is Stokes, city;"Jesse S. Walton. Jr. 7. ;RL .L> _-'iI- .' '.;J
. safe to predict that Colorado will city; 'A,1n1e Mooney cityj Lloyd .. .49
boast of Catharine Blumer, city; Lettie Martin, city; -
day Brady
! Monday and 'Tuesday, October 8 and 9.. the*Denver author. I am. proud to Arthur Robinson, city; Valerian Borras No. I. '- .. ;\
know her now. city; Joe Loida st. Louis, Ma; '

,) week from 'this date will Jack ,Suggs,,city Bell Murphy, city; Name.Street. _
t > A occur our usual NOTICE. Ethel and two couponsone .,
Pensacola.Oct.. 1st, 1906. signed simply "Boras" and the 'I ., rt
: Fall opening Paris and New York Pattern Teachers 'and Patrons of, the City other"EaplrldlonJ No. G
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Public Schools Attention! The -puzzle EdItor has to again remind

3 'lIA Hats/ __. _- Unless further notice is given, the some of the members of the puzzle -
w to be.sure to alga their '
I City Schools will stand adjourneduntil and also to Answers to this weeks puzzle must be on this and
/1/1 ; : -we J & B.FORBES.M Monday Oct. 15th. inst. names to their coupon coupon .
their Tuzzles,
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,PAGETWELYE.y .' THE- PENSACOLA, JOURNAL. ,. SUNDAY, MORNfNG, 'f' ,. i.O"'ER 7,1908._ .e _
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ij ..A.V.. CLiUJ3BEf: : M WESTERN. UNIONRESTORES -..;; ., [

J ': !<\::; Equipment ";

;: MANUFACTURER 0t >F. .. :, .1 '::0. '"

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Concrete Building Blocks, ? ::.: for brewing a' -

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I. Cement Pressed Brick ? '
< : ,f I grade beer .

Window Sills and Caps1 Four Regular Wires Are

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1 Now in Working Order In installing our new plant we threw out equipment

I Stone Steps, Coping, etc iii / Ito better than many breweries still use. Equipment is as important
Points North:.
/ as excellence ill materialand. our plant is the most up-to-date

.3 .7 Concrete Sidewalk Paving in America.r .
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!,I Manager Crockett of the WesternUnion Machinery cleanses the malt kernels before: use; machinery weighs all
IJ and Anything in the .Cement line ': :: il I announced yesterday afternoon ingredients, preserving just, accurate relative proportions WITHOUT GUEsI

.; _, I that he had restored four regular w WORK; aid then the beer is cooled; hi 'pipes, where the air, even "filtered''
f ALSO DEALER IN ri wires from Pensacola to points north
\ better air, is absolutely excluded. The wort, that is to be
and that the company Is in a
a ;w position now to handle business than

Portland. Cement, Sand and GravelOFFICE Ei 1 1f. at has any a large time gang'laying since the hurricane.a cable across Ho American Queen

Escambia Bay and' when this Is completed
he expects'-all wires to be In '
usual working order. This will likely takes its course from hopper to,tans, and after aging,on to the bottling plant through DIM
: WORKS: + be Monday or Tuesday.' The wires 11 mechanisms which thoroughly insure its isolation and protection. Another invention cecu.
1 .Alcanlz. and Gregory Streets. Tarragona and Brainnrd! Sts, I:!. north are now_all rlit. t liar to our brewery makes and preserves the carbonic gas to be used in bottling. This adds

'I! PH: >.-. .,357., ED B. BANKS, Supt. ... Mobile and New'Orleans wires have .immensely to the flavor.These finally,even the machinery used for cleanliness is c eansed everv
t before lavish
.. > :! suffered heavily but business Is being day .using.: precautions make American Queen the most ex-

-: ...........R.- l J .: handled promptly to those points via 4i pensively brewed beer you can buy at the regular. beer price. They enable u* to V
.u-H.ul'h"u m. _1wTr.B.U.ft.., :H'U 'H-B'tj"'ij FiFiFB'iJiJ''H J'O-B_rkw..e H_:tJ..::s.wawwpou H on__:6 i rl"Ht Atlanta, to which point the local economize in many departments and return the saving into quality of ingredients. .
1UW" + un ""'UINuUl\IUI"'U"ewueur '''''''''.I\\aour'Iaf ''' 1w u w i rT l halwnt+uar nac
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>t I office has two direct wires. Always for American'ueert wherever you drink beer.

I The local office has moved a great fe. Watch for OUT next I:. on Otis art of bnmatg. S'.It

JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER BEULAH, HIT 1 I ten volume'days of business and Manager during the Crockett past '" ACME BREWING CO., Macon, Ga.m' gr.. '

I HARD BY STORMSpecial I' promptly took the situation in.. hand "
and has rendered splendid service

t IN TALKATIVE MOOD to The Journal i iBaelah :under the trying circumstances. He ,
Oct. t>.-Titfs pan of the :!speaks!! highly of his men In, this con- H
country got its lull share of damage nection, his operators and messengers
I by the recent storm. AH 'have suf- working day and night, while the linemen =
ing business abroad< whose, work was Jered more or less. The fences area continued their work in driving
The Richest Man i in the not hampered by this. l down and crops destroyed, but 6y) ', winds and rain. P NAI1A.CITY '
"We Are Too Young. working in the rain for two days, peo- '-
World Puts Up a Plea "We are too young a nation for this pie succeeded: in getting 'Part of theIr I A Most Worthy Article.
tearing down. Our position is by no crops secured against hogs and: cat- When an article has, been on ,the WEATHERED STORMHIGH a I r of \ o 'ca L,
The Benefits .Modern Plumbjng
For What He Callst means secure. It is like repeatingA. tie. Some hare lost- -iaeir entire market for years and gains friends ; t:
B. C, to say that we cannot consume crop.The I{I every year, It is safe to call this ''s VA54 sgPA54
fc Progress. our total production. We must houses of Joseph Fisher, jr.. medicine a worthy one. Such Is Bal-1. One of thei; most generally, approved ideas of.modern
cell abroad or do leas business. Re- and Charles Netherlands were blown lard's Horehound Syrup: It positively ON SHORES OF ST. ANDREWS rtr is that of
plumbing installing one-piece
ducing the volume of our production fromtheir foundations but ware not cures coughs and all Pulmonary '
i means less work, less wages, less badly wrecked and can be, put back diseases. One of the best known mer- BAf IT ESCAPED lavatories supplied with hot and cold running water, in the sleeping
The Cleveland Plain Dealer recently business transacted. At the very least, I without tearing down. chants In Mobile. Ala., says: .
tmmts and chambers of the individual members of the
published an interview with JohnD. I UNSCATHED FROM ap dressing i,
It is checking our development instead On the road to the city the new "Tor five years my family has not
Rocefeller. in which the latter of furthering It.Is.' It commonsense school house Rear Klondike! was been troubled with the winter coughswe .. HARD BLOW. 1 household. t 1'i ,faA;
comments on the demand for govern- then. to handicap our export blown off the blocks, but has been owe this to Ballard's Horehound
; ment regn&latioa of no-called! private trade at home, to attack the good put back and will be ready for schoolas Syrup. I know ,it has saved my children -, At first thought this idea may appear to be luxurious to some Cain
s' Industries, and makes a strong plea name of our business for the benefitcf soon as they get'the seats. Mr. from many sick spells." .
for national development, Mr.: Rocke- Special toThe Journal. but when
foreign rivals? persons
our lest
Barrineau had toe seats Panama City, St. Andrews Bay Oct
feUer is quoted as follows: will "Is it common sense to tell our hauled out yesterday LOCAL TEAM TO PLAY 6.-The terrible storm and tidal wave J its benefits are SWi
"If we limit opportunity we young men. on whom the future'must In the German colony at Eight-mile t BALL"AT CENTURYThe that visited the Gulf coast during last :
a... made it
bave to put the brakes on our national depend, that they can hope for no I.,. t, apparent i Ib:
creek Mr. JosephWampler sufferedthe week passed over Sk Andrews Bay
: development. Will the individual other reward than frenzied attacksat worst, his kitchen being torn to Elks, the name,of a baseball the wind blowing sixty miles an hour. ; will be found tr
strive for success if he knows home and all the hand:cans their team recently will to tta
pieces: and house blown over and organized' go Panama CUy lays: claim, to the fact I modern
that the hard won prize is to be /government; can pile on their business this where will necessary to -
Century week they
baiWy wrecked. He and his' family that she has the only shore-end dock I 01Ci
snatched from his fingers at the last to satisfy the violent prejudice' excited I play two with the team there. Oac-
games Eving.
still bad a very narrow : cape having left In the Bay country. There was
by his government. We are too against them? I just left the kitchen vih n. it was Ralp Bonifay is manager of the local no time during this hurricane that an '. lavatories J:
to down ; piece
young a begin tearing He Won't ,
Why Testify.
team, and George Bonifay captain. could
taken up and thrown against the ordInary'vessel not anchor with
We must build up, build up, build Referring to subpoena recently house about fifteen feet distant, and The following players will make the perfect safety inside the Bay. !Perfectly I I I I 11 I throughout the cl
for The chil-
up dren in years the schools to come.should be very taughtthe Issued court In requirtn action him against to appear the Stand-'m. I smashed into kindling,- nearly catch. trip: L. Bonffay' and,J. Angelo: catchers land-locked, we were cut off I I i home are in the :.II Btfci
need of development." an '|ling!!; the whole family: under IU the ; G. Bonifay and.J. English, pitchers from, the mighty waves of the Gulf. :
our ard Oil Company, Mr. Rockefellersaid { of t.hem' J. English or G. Bonifay,' shortstop The of the out- first place a mark '
Speaking of his recent visit to : t falling timbers striking same ; thunder, storm on the ','" 413.r
I they rushed out I ; J. Angelo or J Bonifay, first side couli be heard for
France Mr. Rockefeller said: "While I was in active business I !vas many to s _- of refinement t: tu
Tie out-buildings of :Mr. Otto Wick base; C. Humphreys, second baser R. miles inland, and the water rose frequently !
"The hate and j
r French people us. used! to always respond. But now I ... '
M second direct
they will crush us it they can. They- am not In position to give these in- ,' were all: blown down but they suffered Villar, third base; H. McDonald leftfield a hundred feet and more I + t? ,they re
want our money. They want the pa.i miring people the Information they : no further damage except what I ; S. Caro, right' field; W. Louis, fluently tha outside bar at the en- I a constant attention 'i trt
was caused by the rain beating center field. trance to our harbor, filling the airwith' I I
tronage of our .tourists. But they know that well I :
want. as *
as t
: to the toilet and
the : T 1 -i flying foam but it could not ',
hate us. They never let slip an opportunity I 1o. If they really wanted information I through house. lJ ,;:d
to take quick advantage of it i< other m?n they would summon The house'of Mr. Binntngtause Is PIANOS! PIANOS! break through.; The water rose I ': j ...-- promote cleanliness -
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also off the blocks twisted steadily for two days, until it was i
for and bady The Forbes Piano embodies
OUr mistakes. This Is a struggle the men vfrn! have the Informa- as many i e1 l third
I I In it but I features of superiority as piano on seven feet above high tide before it I they
supremacy. We crust win. or they 1, flan they want They know tat alSo. up. They are living yet any I
| think It can never be straightened; :: the market. ; subsided. It would have taken twice : avoid the inconvenience l1s
will and there will bo noquarter for ] 'lpd to : .. !
i So T a'n 't'l'1ctlnU.! comm eonicliHe The tone Is en that could be desired by
us If they win. ALd there f is Japan ]I .that it is ncto-tety they want up again; and will'nave to be torn the roost! critical musician! and has been that height to' reach the lower' end. of having to dress ifl,order to reach the bathroom possibly Sial
of main Harrison I
down re-built our street. aTe a' aJlJ
: and perfected to a very high; degree. _
rising in the east to a powewe can- rather ttan! inforn"Hon.. I yleli to :
: not estimate. We cannot foretell In reswt fcr ,",wo. bet T am Mrs. Tuschnarus, whose husband which The these low prices pianos and easy terms on Mr. 'J. B. DelL a leading real estate ; to find'it already occupied. ". i It
nn"m1n are sold.enables all ; -
what her competition will be. We do I sable to see wher **" li'tPto? works at the navy yard: was 4atond who wish to do so to possess! one. dealer of Dothan Ala., was here ',-'" ,
net know *the resources of the new, t ret! an Jnaulr r mirtt ?a'n from with her children and says she pass- E. E. FORBES PIANO CO. during the storm, and appreciatingfuture I Call, write or phone for icopy of booklet "Modern Lavatories' ta1
II I ed night of with the P. A. HENDRIX, Pensacola Agent. poss'.blrXIes! of this coming-
territory whrh! she controls we cannot a terror house :
!: the! stand' to E'-ve thE
nnttin" :
guess the commercial! 3ind industrial ,i.>rd ordeal rocking and tie' rain driving through 7oct3t port bought three thousand dollars 1_. which;shows the complete,line of 'StavdavF Onctpiecc Lavatories ill
possibilities cf the Japanese. I with Its ovhanstim. wt"n T canpreserve the house In sheets, for the blinds PUBLIC SALT. worth of business lots. with approximate prices in detail. .There are none as good. '
Beef Trust Is All Right. streneth and gnlet.' were torn off and windows blown in. Mr. A. B. Casterline. who recent"lv t 11 tWICKE 0'EI'
I my There, win be offered to the highest bis position Captain of
resigned as
Our road, which blockaded by
,. "At this critical sfaz we are giving was bidder, on Tuesdar. October 16th: 1906. J1
the enemy amrnanMkjn! to fir& on I fallen trees Is now open clear throns"a> at 10 a. m., at the office of Robert the steamer Gertrude of"Apalachlcola, & co_
us. He Is quick to seize this advan- Napcleon Bonapsrt.showel. to the city, thanks to A. J. Busby TuemlerCo_. 331' Brent building, for fias taken a position here with "WIt..
'tase. Take the attack: we made on i I at .the battle of Austerlitz, he and sun C. B. Busby who cleared It' account of may concern the Thompson Bros., and is In charge cf a
was the greatest Leader in the world. German bark Marie her tackle and 'ap the erection of their saw and planingmflL
our own packing bns'nesc. for in-1, of timber to the Star Turpentine Co's.mail parel, vessel to be taken by purchaser In p
tl "'
Ftance. 1 know non of the men in > Ballard's Snow Liniments has shown bor, when P. C. Dawkins :sent the condition and position she now lies. c,---- o a .-1i b
'' the meat .trade. I never dealt with ;the' public it is the best Liniment in a gang of"men and cleared:! !: out Will .also be sold at the same time the 'Mr. J. G. Shores of Vernon. Fla. j !=.. ._. =
them and never associared'wtb theirbtelneas :the world. A quick cure for Rheumatism lout res* of the timber to within fourmiles cargo 32,000 now superficial on board.feet consisting of pitch! of about Iraq Drove] his famllv here. He bas tJt

or themselves. But it is I I Sprains,'Burns, Cutsetc.. A. C. cf the city, rem.I) ;n.; about fifty lumber. Terms of sale. cash". 'pine sawn, bull" If temporary blacksmith shop, jP', 'i,?' 'p'Z. .?_ ' safe to assume from the proportion]Pitts, Rodessa. La., says: "I used Bal trees and: fixing uo,some"wa4Jixjuta. CAPT WILIL FREXCK I but will liter be sawyer for Thompson ." '
of their industry, that they are sound|lard's Snow Liniment in my family Our mall comes' resrclarlv. aaJnnow Master., Bros.' 1:
Y 'business men. and it is safe to as-I 1{and find it unexcelled for sore chest. but WI"'t" mail only\twire: for I' ,B.; J. Matthews, recretanof tht 1 J:
snore too. that no business has been ,j headache, corns in fact anything that ,the week of fho storm' -and then .It Tenders are asked NOTICE.for the dischargeand board of trade of Carrabelle, Fla., b A GREAT t
'11u.Jt'to: such proportions on such j can be reached by a liniment was carried on h'orsehack: but:uhH 1 false principle or methods as they citizens: have cleared thend" Norwegian bark Superb now stranded in and will Improve same. O
: charges: with, J J'W'@tJ"e Phone ,No. 178 T so that' "hW the carrier. can use Pensacola work to be done bay.discharging Weather not permitting less than I I Mr. Wm. far, of You, Fla- and ) Idr
Mr. Jno.- Minus, of Cypress. Fla, arrived -
"I was In Europe when the, attack his wagon again.. I forty tbousa-per day. Parties contracting .1
;--. 8 made at home, on these nun and Is Now Working. I will have-to furnish-bond and be this week with two logging out- O
twJk! Industry and I could watch the Julius Caesar. responsible for cargo while out of ship. I fits and twelve oxen, to work. for the TEMPERANCE
Sol Cahn & CO. Bids: to be opened Tuesday )
''f'n'trt' there at close! ransre. Thosfi I was a man of nerve-but sickness Mt October 9that 10 a. m.. at the ?nngi new saw mill. ,t
if,down abroad !snatched: at osf own '_ Mov. to gent Its mark and he' became aced before* K. A. Zelius vice-consul of Norway and Mr. Ai. Hogeboom, of Pensacola, 0O
Building.AusfMd I reserve the rights to reject' anv and all I who recently resigned his position J ,
o"es seln5t our own business his time. Sickness N often caused
& Brent the architects now Md!. G. P. Ulich Master. Norwegian Journal arrived .7
men. Tfce tai then promptly as have offices in the Brent building rooms: bv a torpid liver. Hprblne will ro"u- Bark Superb. 6octlt with The Pensacola t
itnmcunlttai *tid f 1T* *!t? Ar'silean U:-l.. late ynur liver and Rive yon health. I Tuesday to permanently locate in I INFLUENCEA. I
mamifmmrr sS2t* and tzndP. Mrs Carrie Austin!' 'Holl n. Kansas, Phone No. 178 Panama-( City: He will at once commence ;
a I do not be'Jprs! !b..rt'u: 4 line of GLASS writes: '"I consider: Herbine the best the erection of a building fora 1& I
S I j'ASMrlcan, nods so'rt ;th"Cl\d that was AND GLAZING.E. medicine I ever heard. of. I am never Is Now Working.Sol cement>bock works. v.v J
;. inot Injured or an American agent do- ,B. WELLS 10 E. INTENDENCIA., without it" Cahn & Co. ,Sic Stockard, of ths Birmingham _.a ... ;'J'
New bas, accepted the position and b
L will assume mam.g(>oment-of the ns+" (' I
Panama' CUv- aper- a." soon as masses -
4 and equipment arrive from Cacv pure, temperance beverage ,{ I

You Are Probably go. Uke.Gerst beer is GOOD for ) I

1 5 f1 rF forget-'Baby is, Lest restless We can't'sleep' \ YOU]! Gerst beer is almost r

\ at night, won't pacries spasmodic- I indispensable '
: : ally i A- bottle of White's Cream wherever vigor 3
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"V Venn fnge.neveT fails to cure. Every I Imot
-; : "' a Rose : Customer rshould'give her baby White's J. temperance 'and health are :

r Cream Vermifuge. So many times

i. -' ,,- ._it'- -'-- ,-, __-. ,. < when the baby is pale and fretful I needed or are desired and I
the1 mother does not know what to do.
Abottle' of this medicine would bring $ wherever there is of ;

.. 4 .. rri-If q' uare.'ouknow{ the. quality of Rose's Old Rye and Rose's Old. Corn. color to his cheeks and laughter to a feeling ?

: r :You know* that for thirty-nine years Rose has beeji distilling: whiskey and selling" his" eyes.;. Give it a trial. nervousness, BECAUSE- "

tt;, to the consun; r..You know that Rose does not sacrifice. quality for ,nee.. .: -* There will O. a B. B.special meeting C.Dq Malt makes rich blood and muscles, and

Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at Temple aA thereby creates vigor and health.
c: You know that Rose depends upon absolute purity to sell his whiskey. -, Beth-El. ,
t L. B. HIRSCHMAN. HntK are a tonic and an invaluable food
You know that in case of sickness that you can give Rose's Whiskey to any member of your'. family! with the: Secretary. **VP3 for exhausted :':,
: supreme. satisfaction of knowing that you.are using the best to be had .,/ NOTICE. nerves. ,

You know that your order was always shipped by first express after receipt* .. 1 There. will be a regular TEMPERANCE; is furthered by c:

You know that you could have gotten your money back if not satisfied}; asking for it.> You know that meeting of Mt. t a refreshing and ::

Rose's most valuable; asset is back of every sale That's his reputation. --> -.- ; Horeb Monday R. 8th A. Chapter Inst., on at v thirst l light in: uenchihg alcohol beverage ,that is extremely )

Four full quarts of Rose Old Rye.or Rose's Old Corn, or 4.quartsassortedshipped by express; prepaid for 7:30 p. m. $ (1-2-per cent) C'

$3.40 to address in the following 'states V. E. ANDERSON, From every point of view it is a desirable
any : Georgia Florida Alabama N. Carolina S. Carolina
.. or any point on Secretary. pure-food drink '
... worthy ofthecertlfuUcst
!Adams {
or Southern Express \ : -- J
'appreciation in the
i Temporary Location. home and elsewhere as
Remit by Postofike or Express Money Order, :New York Exchange, or' send by registered mail. Dp The; temporary offices of E. ;! E. ,Aj 0 a.oT7A9erroj9ood-eheer. and refreshment. Cc
""' Saunders. & Co., and :
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not-send checks. Saunders
: stamps, or' .. ii ,
now in the
arc located north end of
.77 ** Feackree t- street 'the' Keyse'r' ..building OVA Slie'. wMGERST..... BREWING CO. '

f Dose Liquor .Cbmpanv : $ NOTICE. 1.-" Nas ville./Tenn. '..;

I I. The Pensacola, Eledrro'Company hare PETER BELL, Wholesale 'Dealer. (
Ig AtiantaGa. i removed to temporary office rooms; s:? ?
: .. i to-329 Brent building.A '
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