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 19, 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.
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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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VOL. IX NO. 251. !





BRIEF FUNERAL SERVICESfOR Collapsed When Forced to "

Water Two Feet Deep in Miami Telegraph Office When Face His Three Wivesin Living on the Low Lying ) l

Wires Went Down-Great Damage at Havana THE LATE MRS.DAVI$ Court THE AS STORM RECEIVED WARNING HERE I* Keys and Domiciled ::1

and Key'West-Streets of St. Au- The following hurricane ',.

warning was received Oct. on Boats. i" ,.

.. gustine Inundated Along Only Members of Family, Intimate Friends and Delegation ALL WERE ON HAND 18 at 1:45, D. p.p.:m., from Washington

Hurricane warning eleven ; '
Water Front. of Daughters of Confederacy Present a. m., :Miami, Jupiter. Jack FEAR FOR KEY WEST ,

en sonville Savannah, Charles
ISr. ; By Associated Press. at Ceremony.By Ready to Testify Against ton.Severe .' Y

r.ur Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 18.-A severe storm has been blowing on the storm moving north- t
east coast of Him if Necessary.MISS northeastward from Florida City Exposed to the Full "
Florida all of today, but the wires went down early In the
en Associated Press. ket of which Presi- channel. Dangerous for vessels -
one was sent by
en cay and impossible to obtain details. New York, Oct. 18.-A simple and Roosevelt. floral off southeastern coasts Fury of the Gale. ; ;
'ns Just before the wires failed the operator at Miami reported an unusually brief funeral service was held to-day dent and Mrs. Other next forty eight hours. : ,

ur high tide, the water being two feet deep in the telegraph office and the for the late -Mrs. Jefferson Davis at tributes were received from the FLORA RAMEY, WHOM BUTLER f

tIt: low streets flooded.! Hotel Majestic. Rev. Seagle of the governors of many of, the Southern MARRIED WHEN IN THIS -
In- Episcopal church officiated, assistedby states and from various societies .of DISASTROUS RESULTS EXPECTEd ; 'i: ,r

itype At St. Augustine the tide is the highest In ten years _and-_ _the ,streets Rsv. Dr. George S. Baker, chaplainof _which Mrs. Davis was a member. CITY IN 1904 WAS INSTRUMENTAL FROM GREAT : t t
along the bay front are inundated. the Southern Society, Rev. Henry Late this evening the body was

Lubeck rector of St. Timothy's taken to the Pennsylvania Railroad IN BRINGING, SCOUNDRELTO'JUSTICEWILL CUBAN AFFAIRSSUBJECT IS RAGING ALONG THEFLORIOA'> 4 "- !

Wires Down South of Jupiter.St. church and others. ferry and started on the Journey to, :;
The service was private only mem- Richmond A company of artillery COAST-BKJ FLAGLE'R HOTELS (: '
Augustine, Fla. Oct. 18.-Frequent messages were received here at bers of Mrs. Davis's family represen- from Governor's island acted as mili- 1'iC>DAY. AND FISHING INDUSTRY WILL} ( j f : ,
the wireless station today giving -the progress of-the severe hurricane tatives of the United Daughters of tary escort and a squad of mounted ,

which swept from Cuba to the east Florida coast. the Confederacy and a small numberof police, a band from Governor's island OF A AE SUFFER SEVERELY. '
" friends being present. and carriages containing members of Special to The Journal f
Early this morning the storm was reported in the vicinity of Havana, Numerous wreaths covered the cas the Davis family followed the hearse. Plttsburg, Pa., Oct. 18.-"For' God's i ; .

doing great damage there, but all details are lacking. sake let me plead guilty as soon as i It
Special to The Journal
Later the hurricane reached Key West, blowing down many small possible what ever happens. I do l ,
not want to face those women in CONFERENCEMatters E Jacksonville, Oct. 18. Although! .
houses and trees. I Dredge Caucus to Commence : :
court." the wires along the East Coast are
At Jupiter the wind reached miles hour. Wires down '
seventy an are declared i
So bigamist Chas. A. Butler down, enough is known of the condirtions .
south of Jupiter and there are no wireless reports from the Miami district. the Pennsylvania railroad detec-
Cutting Channel This MorningThe prevailing there to anticipate a : ,l
C I tive who was arrested in this city '
disastrous result of the hnrri 1
Storm Evidently Severe in Cuba. last week at the instance of his first Discussed at LengthBy great I' I
and second wives, the latter formerly cane that is now raging along the? th;

] Santiago, Cuba, Oct. 18.-Telegraphic communication with Havana is big dredge Caucus, owned by Accomac and coal barge No. 1 are Miss Flora Ramey, of Pensacola President and Sec- coast. :. ,
high and dry, and then it is antic-
interrupted.. Every effort to get word from the capital has been fruitless. the engineering department of the ipated that a channel will be dredgedto who was married to Butler in that From St. Augustine, south to the ; !

There Is no storm here and the cyclone which destroyed communicationwith army has been secured temporarilyby the Gloucester. It Is believed that city _on April 16, 1904. retaries Taft and Keys the coast Is low and completely : .\
The first .Mrs. Butler Miss
Havana, is evidently confined to the central and western portions of the navy department and this this is the only 'means by which the Celia Duerr of Butler county, whom exposed to the weather; and, while ,>P ,

' the island. morning she will commence the workof vessels can be floated and saved. he .married In 1899. When Butler Bacon.By it is true that all the great tourist : i
dredging channels to the strandedand The big steamer 'Abarenda has ar- t'l f x t
3y. brought his Florida wife north she hotels and local industries located
are ., ; ,
wrecked naval vessels which rived here from the Norfolk navy. eon
lisn6 Central Off Coast of Georgia. have been on the beach since the hur- yard. with a" complete wrecking outfit found a package of letters which led the western shore of the Indian 'i' :'

ricane. on board, and as soon as the channelsare her to Investigate. She got into cor- Associated Press. river-which is nothing more than a ; j 1 j
Ir- Washington, Oct. 18.Reports to the weather bureau indicate that respondence with wife No.1, and a Washington, Oct. .-President ,
The Caucus has been converted intoa made by the Caucus she will be i iI | great lagoon, three miles wide in "J
a the tropical hurricane has evidently passed northeastward through the stationary dredge, and the refuse, used in floating the vessels. The Vessel -i meeting was arranged- the meantime Roosevelt.' had a long conference to-, places divided from the open sea by t ta
Butler had married Miss Pearl day with Secretary Taft and Assistant (
ill Florida straits and is now over the Atlantic some distance east of the Georgia instead of being sucked into the bins has on board boilers hoisting j narrow peninsula-much damage
of Millboro.Arrested Secretary Bacon, who made a full report -
,.t- coast. of the vessel will be carried off by;I engines, ropes of all .sizes, hawsers,I West, ''must have been done. i iI
here he was taken to the of all that had occurred on the
pipes. She is nqw in position to commence -i and tackle of all descriptions. This peninsula will naturally break I Ij .
bom Reports from land stations give no' indication of dangerous winds the work: which has been assigned 1 No attempt has been made to float I Uniontown jail to-.await preliminary Island of Cuba since the ,United States j I the force of the storm to some extent,

nit along ,the immediate coast.ENGINEER. ,. her, and it is anticipated that I the Spanish dry dock, but as soon as hearing to-day. His three wives wereon Intervened to restore order. .',but it is probable that in spite of kI
: this The condition of affairs in the island t"
some time will be required before' all a new propeller)) is" ;l ted on the Os- hand to testify. :When told everything the fishing industry .
of the vessels floated. ceola, which will probably be Butler collapsed. He asked to see and views of the officials as to <;'. ; \\1 E
rs.he are II to-day Its future taken which while. /Dcentl'ate1 mafnli) I >t ;". -i .{!, ,. !j
The first channel is to be cut from the work will be resumed by the three District Attorney T. II. Hudson and were up-with a view"Miami and' Fort Pier ce: is spread ? ,';
J. L. HALLEXPIRES e when that officer hIm! Butler an- to a thorough understanding by the ,
water saw l
:a- deep to a point where the tug big navy tugs. president. I(moreor less along the entire river,
rs. nounced his willingness to plead guil- I _
musthave' suffered severely. -i
ty. I want an early sentence. I :Neither the president nor those who
LY.n conferred with him, to t. Tbe_.streets of Miami are known to i i ; : '
were willing
have no denfence, he said.
re OF INJURIES Commission Selects Site for The district attorney took the'statement -make more than a general statement be under water, and this means that .t'.t'I .
I the entire river bank is swamped. ;
the conference.
regarding 1
lie of the three women and Butler I[ l
No damage is as yet reported to
their Panama matters were also discussedand i
acknowledged the truth of
"e.ut Which He. Received Yesterday Morning When Engine New Life Saving StationThe statements. Notwithstanding his plea it was decided to appoint a gover-, any of the great Flagler hotels at } + lI '
he Better was compelled to face the nor as well as an American ministerfor I i Miami and Palm Beach, but as these f

it 29 Was Run Into By Passenger I three! women for the purpose of Iden Panama. When Governor Magoon:': houses are built of wood, they are I poorly adapated to stand such a gale :r '
'or was there he filled both
IWrd Train No. 2. commission to select a site for;. The new building will be on the I tification. He was on the verge of positions. I I as this. ;'; !i
% the new life saving station composedof second tier of sand hills from the I I hysterics when-the.wives, all of them I Great apprehension is felt for the ,

Supt. W. A. Hutchins and Keeper gulf, the first tier with a slough in I young and pretty, pointed him out safety of thousands of men employedon i'
'w Robert Broadbent has made Its selec between their deceiver. IMMIGRANTS'
forming ample protection I I as l '
Engineer J. ,14. Hall who was in- leave behind the I the East Coast Extension from
delayed passenger tion, choosing a site on Santa Rosa from the sea of the gulf. A lookout Butler was taken back to his cell
jured in the wreck Miami to West. The solid road
yesterday train but
whether or not the engineer Key
- island, a little over a mile west of tower much higher than is usually and it is likely his case will have
morning, when passenger train No. 2 understood that No. 2 had not arrived FOR THE SOUTHBy bed is considered safe but as many
where the old station was located and located at stations, will be erected at speedy disposition 'in the criminal
collided with engine No. 29, the will bs: known. 'be of the men are living on the low-lying .
as never Some -
I about two and a half miles from Fort. the new station.Superintendent. court sen"fcnce fallowing( his plea, '
latter was coming out of the shop ,, keys or domiciled on houseboats It
lieve' that but little attention was Pickens. The commission went to the Hutchings stated last possibly tomorrow.The F'
switch to the main line died at his ; I Us difficult to see how some disasters
paid to the P. & A. track by the fireman -
Island on the cutter Penrose and defi- night that it was his intention to former Miss ,Ramey bas relatives -
home on East Jackson street yesterday who threw the switch owing to the Is Associated Pres could have been avoided. ',
nitely decided upon location and recommend to the department the in Allegheny; where she (
morning at 730oclock. Every the fact that the line had not been In Brussels, Oct. 18.-Two hundred The worst is feared for Key West,
while the bearings were taken by erection of a first-class and modern stopping. All three women have uni--
medical attention possible was given use since the hurricane, and when he and fifty-eight skilled Flemish wearers which is situated on a low-lying
chronometer at the time Capt. Hutch- station on the new site chosen, and ted to prosecute Butler.
him, but without avail, and althoughat left the cab and signalled the en- with their families, left Ghent island, fully exposed to the fury of -
Ings will send a civil engineer over that while no money is now availablefor The man is well known in this sec- '
times he partially regained consciousness gineer to come ahead as is usuallythe to-day to locate the exact point and such purposes, he is satisfied thata tion of the country and comes of for Bremen today, from whence they .the gale i .:'
it would be for only a few custom of firemen, It is not be- he will then make application to the! bill will be passed early in the next highly respected parents. Betweenhis will sail on the North German Lloyd f
moments'and even then he seemed ins lieved that he thought of the ap J I war department for the -ise of the congress appropriating the necessary first and third matrimonial ventures steamer direct for Charleston, S. C. FIRST SESSIONOF :>>

dazed condition: although he recognized proach of No. 2 from the east. land. amount. he has girded the world as a They form the first installment of an THE W. C. T. U. jBj j : .
relatives and friends. The switch had been thrown .and soldier and marine. Immigration movement arranged under :
Death was due to Internal hemorrhages No. 29 bad passed about half from the auspices of the Belgium gov- Associated P ess. :
ernment and the authorities of South. Boston, Oct. 18.-Much businesswas
caused by injuries the side track into the main line
and to a fracture at the base of the when' the engine of No. 2 crashed Into Reports Discussed by the BIG STOCK ISSUE! Carolina. cleared up at the first day's session

skull all caused by the cab of the it overturning and almost com I of the triennial convention of ,
engine falling upon him. The Inter- pletely demolishing It. Engineer Hall the Women's Christian Temperance:
I nal hemorrhages began soon after II was caught beneath thecab.. It is I American Bankers' Ass'n. BY NORTHWESTERN BOSS MURPHY Unon. The delegates met In Tremont :

the engineer had received the injuriesand believed by some that he did not I ... Temple, which was crowded through. !f -
grew worse until the end came. I hear the approach of No. 2 until a I out the day. Mrs. Lillian Stevensof .
There were many friends at the I moment before the engine was struck I By Associated Press. form report were submitted and discussed CALLED BY JURYBy Portland, Maine, presided. }

II tome during the early hours of the and that he was leaning from the cab I St. Louis, Oct. .-The first report I Clarse J. Haden. of Atlanta, By Associated Press. The welcome of the state and city 1f.w .

morning offering' to aid .in any way window watching the signal of his read to-day to the convention of the was then introduced and made an ad- Chicago, Oct. 18The stockholdersand s extended by GoT-rnor Guild and ,; ;

possible, but Engineer Hall had passed fireman, and was thrown from the' American Bankers Association was dress on a plea for cotton, fields. voting directors of the Chicago Associated Press. Mayor Fitzgerald; and the remainder ;

the stage where assistance could window by the force cf the collision. | that of the clearing house convenience A resolution was adopted for the & Northwestern Railway at the an- New York, Oct. 18.-Charles F. of the day was given over largely to j ;

tie of service. The grief stricken The fireman, Robert Bennett, color. committee. It was proposed to amend appointment of a committee to gather nual meeting to-day authorized the Murphy, the leader of Tammany the presentation of greetings from : ,

I, *ifa and two little children were ed, became so frightened that he left the by-laws by the addition of a and submit evidence to the interstate issuance of one hundred million dollars Hall was to-day served with a sub- other organizations There was a pub- .; l t

Present when the end arrived, as the scene and could not be located, ( clearing house section ,which Is to commerce committee regarding of stock doubling the present poena to appear before the grand lic meeting this evening in Tremont J-

were also the mother and father of It Is stated.until, yesterday. j be given representation on the exe- violation of thee interstate commerce capitalization. Seven directors were Jury. in John Dee proceedings to tes- Temple. ;
the faithful engineer. cutive council. The bill of lading laws by express companies doing a reflected. statement
, Passengers Were Jarred. tify as to a made by him !
committee report and currency re banking business. FRENCH CABINET ,,
l Pathetic Scenes Witnessed. Every passenger on No. 2 realized during the day that "the managersof
r \ the independence league are at the WILL RESIGN .;-!
Pathetic! scenes were witnessed that a bad wreck had occurred.
about! the wrecked engine early yesterday They were thrown from their seats PRETTY WEDDING Gilsey house holding up the candi- t:

momlng. Whll the workmen and"shaken up considerably, but so Alderman's Name Stricken'From dates for cash. By Associated Press. ,d
Paris, Oct. 18.-Late this evenin; 'q
were engaged in raising the almost far as is known, none was Injured.As .
demolished engine, to drag out the soon as they could regain their AT ,PONCE deLEONI it was Eemi-cfficlally anonncd th: # .

I, body of Engineer Hall who It' was feet they made a' bolt for the doors List of-Voters in No. 12 FUNERAL OFSAM the entire cabinet is to resign 3D,1 I .E: r.
Clemenceau Vlll
that M. ex-premier l
thought! at that time had been in- and with few exceptions all left theca I k kMr
retain the portfol'o of the Interior. ;
.. s'antly killed, many stood about In rs. Special to The JournaL
P. JONES Briand the minister of public .i i
s'lencs.! Among them was Engineer Funeral This Afternoon The name of Alderman A. H. ceedings were brought by parties to Ponce DeLeon Oct. 18.-A quiet instruction and worship Mr. Lean. k t
c I> H Kleusmier of the passenger The funeral of Engineer J. L: Hall wedding was solemnized at the homeof I '-. {
the the "'agriculture and > ,t
to surrender
D'Alemberte representative from the alderman
train. He could not control himselfand will occur this afternoon: at 3:30 : pre- compel Mr. and Mrs. William :Moore, whjn I Boumergue, the m"ni r of commerce 1
broke down and wept as though o'clock the services being conducted J icnct No. 12 in the city council, has the office, or rather that he to did remove not reside him on in their youngest daughter Miss Lillie By Associated Pres are the only other member ;

"5u injured engineer h tl 1 been his at the family home on East Jackson *been stricken from the list of votersin the ground precinct, and this case is to be Theresa was united to Mr. Zel D. Cartersville, a, Oct. 17.-In the I who are sure to enter the new cabinet ) }

Brother Conductor Wilson was much street. The funeral cortege will ,that precinct and opposite his heard in December. The alderman in Adair, Rev. R. C. Gavin officiating. presence of a large congregation im-
z !.rri?('t*><1by the shock.: He was between after the ceremony funeral ceremonies BOld
from held
move there to St. John's cemetery name is marked "Removed. his reply has stated that his resi-- Immediately pressive were .
the Pullman car and first-class the interment will be and refreshments were thisafternon over the remains of '
where j This was done by the county commissioners dence outside of No. 12 is only temporary delicacies Resident Dead. i
!I roach, both doors of .which had been made. The pall bearers will be mem-]i at their recent special served after which the young couple Rev. Sam P. Jones. Bishop Galloway, IS. Jane i
and that he has already purchased t ltle, Ala, Oct. -Mrs ;
i I locked as the train was entering the berg of the Brotherhood of Locomotive meeting when the registration books a site for a home which he intendsto left by private conveyance for De- Mississippi, presided, assisted by Ann Eckford. widow of Charles J. '

cr! He felt the air brakes applied Engineers and Order of Railway were presented them for revision and erect. The commissioners how Funlak[ Springs where they will be many prominent ministers. The body''Eckford died at Whistler to-day, aged .

of suddenly! as the engineer caught sight Conductors. as follows: \Vt H. Caro to strike therefrom any persons who ever, decided to strike his name from at home to their many friends. will lie in state in the capitol in Atlanta 88 years She was born in Liverpool .
another engine on the track, and D. J. Gittings, S. C. Donaldson and had removed from to-morrow. :
precincts in the list of voters of precinct No. 12 England; in February, 1819. and came
Booking out he too saw the enginea "W. H. Stearns of the B: of U R; R. which they had formerly ,resided or and unless It is restored at the meeting DEFEAT OF THE to Whistler In 1834. She survived -
knowing that a collision was inevitable Vickery, H. C. white. \Vlalker Hum- who were dead. PYTHIAN SISTERSTO }
when complaints are heard the HAYTIEN REBELSBy by three sons-Charles J., of T.fttlfJ! ;1;
i wrecks during the past few R. C. Associated Press. of Whistler; and two daughters.; Mra. ;1

iI months and receiving severe Injuries Cape Haytien Oct. 17.-As a resultof Associated Press. eorge Taylor of ChlldJ't>s5. Tex., :and( it l

ij I Ms! one, when Engineer: Jeanette met Ladles'Auxiliary FORMER CONGRESSMANRAWLS Charged With Grand Larceny.Ella the refusal of the insurgents to lay New Orleans Oct. 18.-A feature of Mrs. R. H. Johnson, of Houston. Tex ; t.I t.f

j death, the accident upset. the con The members of the Ladies AuxilIary DIED YESTERDAYBy Schufort, a negro, was arrestedby down their arms the government senta to-day's Pythian convention was the I : 1

i j auctor for a short time. to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Associated the police yesterday afternoon upon detachment of troops from :Monte decision to consolidate the Pythian Plantation Home Burns ;i ;
Was in Best of tress. Christi to attack: them. The insurgents sisterhood and Rathbone sisters. It McComb City, Oct. 18.-The dwelling ;
i Engineers, are requested to meet this Guyton, Ga.. Oct. 18.-:Morgan the charge of being a dangerous and
I When Engineer Hill l stepped Into afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the residence Bawls, a member of congress in 1873 character. It is alleged were defeated and took refugeIn was announced that- a new name on the plantation of J. E. Hughes

we cab of No. 29 to take his engine of Mrs. S.-C. Donaldson, corner. died here to-day aged 77. Rawls had suspicious the mountains. Insurgent General would probably be adopted by the three miles southwest was burned-
Jut that she robbed a sailor of $22 at Navaro escaped across the frontier. consolidation. The supreme lodge. yesterday morning at 6 o'clock.The J. j.
I on a run north with a long string Ninth avenue and Gregory. long been prominent politically and
j of> freight cars, he was in the best of MRS. F. C. BRADLEY served in the Confederate army the corner of Baylen and Zarrasossa General Guelleto and a small band are Knights of Pythias spent the entire house was valued at JUOO: with lit-
Health stUl holding ou day in the election of of ,cers. tie insurance
and spirits. The freight was to President. througkost the war. streets.


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the outward manifestations of scrofula.

It comes in itching,burning,oozing,dry PUENNiAft.H''Is

: PUTS BURDEN lag,and scaling patches,on the face head, 1 ,

hyn i ,legs or body. EPISCOPALIANCONFERENCE ; ,
It cannot be cured: by outward appliesUons -

,-the blood must be rid of the Imparity .
to which It U doe.'

l ON POOR Hood'sSarsaparillaHas [ [ ,.

the Celebrated
we are now Selling
cured the most persistent and dlfflculcases. .
Accept no substitute for Hood's;no
When Plunderbund Water substitute acts like It. Preliminary Work for Meet- '

Stocks Prices Rise to ing. at Columbia Practically T: ; COOPER REMEDIES ,, :. ., '

4000 BOOKS 4000I

Pay the Dividends.The Completed.Special : '/1 > / .'" .

thank hundreds for their patronageand '.:: ,&: .
methods of the gentlemen who thousands for promise of their Xmas I to The Journal. .
are working tooth and nail for the trade, but I am anxious -to do more Columbia. S. c., Oc.. 15. The pre- :
business now. Some of the best In Immense
sellers Quantities
success of the lepublican ticket in now will be out of date Christmas. liminary work to insure the successof I
New York are such as to make republican the great missionary conference to .
success necessary to thcic They What about your birthday trade? Thereare be held in this city November 6-8, has
'are al la unit for Charles E. Hughes, about 90 bIrthdays: per day in Pen- practically been completed. So gratifying -
sacola I
and have
: says the New Yurt American. ages and conditions.books from Buster suitable Brown'sto for all have been the results of the We claim that the sale of them in Pensacola Is larger than any other pro- I

tEvery time a corporation ,unduly increases Dictionaries and from Uncle Tom labors of the various committees that .
its stock, bogus capital or Cabins to Clansmen. there is no doubt as to the tremendous prletory medicine ever introduced in this city. We are receiving wonderful endorsements -

water is created the people are taxed.' Then your Sweetheart Trade! Try Lu- interest and value of the conference.All .
The prices of commodities are In-' clip or Reveries ef a Bachelor. delegates and visitors are assuredof of these preparations daily from people who have purchased from us. I'

: creased that dividends may be declared Chance Have,' a.ndn:;the supply September of "Fighting books. a cordial and hospitable welcome

on fictitious capital The people .- and entertainment and. Qf one of the. unhesitatingly say that we have yet to see a: case where they have not *
have to pay the increase demandcd. most significant and interesting meetings

No one can escape the tax. in the history of the Episcopal. given complete satisfaction.To .

'4\s a result, the purchasing power HARRY T. HOWLAND, church in this section.
is the best
o;the dollar is reduced or even cut The program guaranteeof all who suffer from stomach trouble and rheumatism who will call on
the interest and success of the us
in two The laborer instead of getting Manager, De, Luna Book Store,
conference. It is follows
a dollar's worth for his work gets as : will take In the and remarkable"-effect of
but 50 cents worth. De Luna SL Phone 1491. Tuesday, November 6. we pleasure explaining nature these

Stock watering enriches thoj? who 8 p. m.-Oupemng services in Trinity medicinal formulae. .
church; short address of welcomeby new
'arc already rich and impoverishes the
poor It makes easy tin robbing of recently republished in a New York the bishop of the diocese and the > I l

the many by a feIt is responsible paper: two following addresses: The American .
for most of the great forttm s'which "We have been invited to send a Episcopal Church and Its Place '" '' '> *
have been accumulated in the last two dollar contribution to the republican in the Life of the Nation, by Rev. C. ;'I .Z WE SELL THEM AS FOLLOWS -:
B. Wilmer, D. D, rector of SL Luke's ;
d&adee in the United States. campaign fund that is being raised by '
Turning Paper Into Money. popular subscription, and to which church Atlanta; The American Episcopal i ,ft;
President Roosevelt recently subscribed. Church h.nd Its Present and Future ? c-: .
Certificates of stocks and bonds are Work for the Nation : 1 i--- i '.-
We would like to have our dollarin Right Rev.C. i. ,,
-, :ttuMtifactured engrossing and at printing the cost. Corporation only of the such select company all right, fcHtwe've K. Nelson D. D, Bishop of Georgia. : :, Cooper's New Discovery, 1.00 per bottle, six for Of
done all the contributing we intend Wednesday, November 7.

;ins xeosiigers; laws are from notprohibi'ed IsTiuagTEese:; by certifi-exist to this year. We have for recently something 7:30 a. Celebration of the holy '::: i' $5.00. Cooper's Quick Relief, 5Cc. per f'botflo.HOOTON'S I ',
completed building house
jcates for their own benefit. They dispose a communion in Trinity and,Good Shep--
of the certificates for actual over $4,000, and for every foot herd churches the celebrants to be

I Iuon r. A few Indlvtdua's' gain millions of lumber every pane of glass, every appointed by the bishop. II 6cu
of wealth simply ty distributing sack of cement every pound of nails, 10:30 a. m., at Craven Hall a short
and in fact for nearly every bit of missionary service and the following
engrossed pieces of paper) which have -
;cost them next to nothing. material that went into it, we made a addresses:

The concentration ,of wealth in a good, liberal contribution through the The Necessary Elements in the PHARMACY ;
trusts that control them ,and ,
[few hands is one of the evils that confront we Home: ,Church for the Successful Pros
guess we have done our share. It
T the country, and It is one for ecution of the Church's Missionary l
be J
may treason for a republican news-
which stock watering Is directly re Work Abroad.a -
to talk this but
The however, is not paper way facts are
sponsible. cause ( ) The Minister's Essential Relation ,
facts and it sort of relieves
generally recognized, for the reason our con- Rev. James G. Glass, rector of
science to tell the truth about the
(!that the subject is one to which but Grace. church, Anniston Ala._
trusts once in a whileVe'1l let
ihttie thought has been given. The (D) Latent Resources of Laymen,
:average: person has but a dim notion the several trusts to which we have lion R. P. Habson of Alabama. (Pro e'J.
of:either the methods or the effects: of had to pay unwilling tribute in the visionaL) Captain Asa Ward has been getting
past our dollar for BARGE COULD Lander and Wordiworth.
year pay
l stock-watering. us.e (c) The Effective Use of Missionary his boat .
schooner the
Honor, off the ;
need it and don'tPILES
they Walter Savage Laodor Intemperate -
was an
The following statistics show the literature. Rev. Matthew Brewster. D. .1.flARERS I .J I beach during.the present week hence I
D., rector Christ church, Mobile,.Ala. did not person in 'words-and bated -
'extent to which the evil has grown CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. NOT BE FLOATEDCUTTER snake-his usual weekly trip to
''The corporations of the United Statesare PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to (d) The Vital Relation of Intercessory Pensacola. | Wordsworth. Were there evermore
overcapitalized for not less than cure any case of Itching Blind Bleedingor Prayer. Right Rev. Theo. D. Brat- United States Senator, S. R. Mallory contemptuous words than:the e'of Jan-
:eight thousand million dollars. This money Protruding refunded Piles 50c.In 6 to 14 days or ton D. D., Bishop of Mississippi. Special r8 to The. JournaLGarul I has been spending 'a few daysat dor in reference to Wordsworth? *Tastiness -
OCt. 18-Mr. T. J. Pirgr'sfamily
:is, equal to one-tenth of the total (Addresses limited to 15 minutes WINONA FOUND SHIP has been the the Garniers club this week. .. and flatness are the qualities of
ISLAND ailing week,
wealth of the country.Far each followed by general discussion.) Wm. Robinson was a Pensacola' of'on
"Deadhead"' Trip. but all are better at the present writ- a pancake and thus far he attained MsI
Exceeds Our National Debt. 4 p. m-"The Bishops' Session,"- visitor Tuesday, returning Wednes-' f'
One of the most famous of American PLANTON ing. I end. Let him place the accessories on
It is nine times greater than our national Short services and addresses by all I
debt. It is a thousand million shipping lines in the palmy days of our the bishops of the department upon THE BEACH. The mail launch, Ruth, failed to day.Mr..J.R. Stanford and family of Cuth--' the table lest what Is insipid and clammy .

dollars more than the value of all the marine was the Cope line which ran conditions and needs withiu their respective come into Mary sther Friday last, bert, Ga., are expected at Garniers grow into duller accretion and tar
crops raised in the United States th3s between Philadelphia and Liverpool dioceses and districts. on account of a breakdown so, Mr this week where they will make their moister viscidity the more I masticate: '

3 ear. I says the author of "Memoirs of Charles 6 to 8 p. m,-The Columbia Chamberof The Mobile Register'says: Brooks brought went the 'mail to her assistance Esther and future home. Mr. Stanford is the edi- ItIn Lander's letter. to Ralph Waldo RiLt
into Mary
It greatly exceeds the value of all n. Cramp. By this line John Ran- Commerce entertains the bishopsand therefore tor and publisher of the Liberal Enter-" Emerson' he, writes: ,"We .must nov :- '
The Saturday Garniers
cutter Winona returned morning
t the lands and buildings in the city of of Roanoke determined delegates a reception in the revenue prise of Cuthbert. HeIs the fatherof descend to Wordsworth. He often garsan be
to to
dolph had
go no Friday maiL
Capitol building of South Carolina. at 2 o'clock from cruise
New York which are assessed at $5, yesterday :Mrs. Mooney.A frl
Russia when be had been appointed The Pryor Mill Company started its ; opinion on authors which he nete)
500,000,000. It is over 50 per cent 8:30 p. Missionary service at through the Mississippi Sound as far to
minister to that President planer last week.and is now in a had read, Plato for instance. Oi
_ more than this stupendous array of country by the Church of the Good Shepherd and west as the Rigolets. The object of position Dreumaklns Hint.
Jackson. Entering the office of the addresses : to manufacture their own product The home speaks contemptuously of the Scot*
w alth. It is three or four times as upon the cruise was to Inspect and ascertain dressmaker often has
much as all the money in circulationin company in Philadelphia he said to a (a) What Should be the Church's In. the condition of ,the. fumigating Mr. Scranton has charge! of the much trouble in fitting herself. A good I praised a line of Scott's on the dog: Q se

the United States. clerk in his usual grandiloquent man- spiration in Her Influence on Heathen barge, which was, torn away from its machine.The idea is to buy one and one-half yards a traveler lost in the snow'(Of I remeat Ni.
store at 'Mary Esther is under
The Interstate Commerce Commis- ner: rector Civilization? Rev. Joseph. B. Perry, anchorage at the 4(Ship Island 'quarantine process of construction and will soon I of strong: lining and cut out a perfectly ber) on Sklddaw.. ,He said it was &i; ci.da
-. sion has recently reported that the "Sir I wish to Thomas Trinity church Natchez. Miss. plant carried out to sea by the in the and 1J1
see P. Cope. b be ready for occupancy. Hartgrove & : fitting bodice pattern to come five 'or only good one poem beg; 8t!
( ) '
Particularly Illustrated
steam railroads of the United States as in ,
He was shown to Mr. Cope's office. Japan,,Rev. J. northerly wind of Wednesday night, Hand are doing the work. six Inches below the waist line. Bone instantly to recite a whole poem of lu
Lindsay Patton for fifteen -
have a total capital stock of 13,800- September 26 and: 3rought back "
"I John of Roanoke" : by During the recent storm there and stitch it if for'an own the
000,000. They are bonded for a further am Randolph years an, active missionary in'apan. the southeaster Thursday. morning was as ordinary on same subject. H.
vast sum.. A large proportion of he said. "I wish to take passage to andManded high cag$d dry on thei south-lost about 1200 sticks of valuable timber I dress. Instead of hooks and eyes sew p of

the capitalization is water. Even the Liverpool In one of your ships." Thursday, November 8. I wes, end of Petit.Bois Island twenty. near Harris 'which will be gath- together down the front then stuff the When a limp is not burning keep tti hi

- street railways of New York City have If he expected to be tendered a pass 7:30 a. Celebration of the holy five miles from where she.started.J3uring ered up Asa soon.Ward It will is reported do the work.that lining firml/! with sawdust, shaping it wick below the top of the tube. TLs
$500.000,000 of water in them. he was" grievously disappointed."I communion in the Good.Shepherd and Captain as you proceed. Sew a strong lining InB
I Trinity churches, celebrants i the Umq.the Winona was in- Wm. Hartgrove of Chicago 111., is helps to prevent oil from working orer
The Steel Trust has over one thou- am Thomas Cope" replied the to be appointed the across the bottom so as to stand on fie
by the speeding barge, on Tuesday, October -visiting throughout the south and the a the burner and reservoir.
sand; itallzation.million dollars The of water in its head of the line. ""If thee goes aboard 10:30 a. m.-Short bishop.service in Craven 16, a heavy:sea was running and past week has been visiting his cousin, table. Add a stock collar at neck witha pc

of ca this one corporation overcapitalization alone exceeds the ship and selects thy stateroom andwill HaIL General Subject: The Churchin ,the surf was breaking over the barge W. N. Hartgrove, of Garniers. piece of lining across the top. This Turpentine and beeswax melted tithe al
as she lay on the beach. In order to :Mrs : Bushnell has been at model is most useful for
the' national debt by $75,000,000. pay $150 thee may go.? the Fourth Department and the Myrtle draping and consistency of cream makes a die
-I People Are Becoming Wise. Board of Missions; How They Can reach the deck of the sunken barge, it home with her mother, Mrs. Irwin, trimming blouses also for fitting collars I polish for leather upholstered furol in
was necessary for the boat crew, during the past we k. j and ta
Mutually Help, Mr. John 'P Wood yokes.
That the people ( ,
are beginning to appreciate tare
Any ,clothing worn during ,the day New York. which made the inspection under the
the wrong done by overcrpitallzation should be dispensed with at night The supervision of Lieutenant B. L. Brock- thw
) In Church
(a Extension
and to understand that bur- Rev. P. II. tbSi
densome taxation is the result is night clothes should be loose in order Whaley, D.. D. rector of Christ Church, way, to land on the island from the .'
that the air may ,pass freely through Pensacola, Fla cutter, then'wade and swim to the !
shown by the t
followingexjrj} from.a.
Kansas paper theTEmpona!:. Gazette them. Jlergy(b) In and Enlisting Laity, the Rev.Co-operation F. A. Brown of, wreck themselves through from the being surf.carried To to save sea FLUE CURING IMPROVES TOBACCO LIKE a

Christ Church Savannah, Ga.c by the undertow,each of the boarding

Is the t joy of the household,for without N.( ) In Training the Young. Rev. W. which party had was a held line and about paid out his by waist sail- tfctt or:
? Claybrook Huntsville, Ala.d ROASTING IMPROVES GREEN
B A D 'yb$5.:!: it no happiness can be complete. How ( ) In Seeming Interest in Mission- ore on the shore.: COFFEE :tt

... .-sweet the picture c If mother and babe! ary Thank Offering Right Rev. EdwinG. The task of reaching the wreck WES vj

*, Angels smile at and commend the Weed Bishop of Florida. a difficult one, but was accomplished gr
(e) In Furthering the Laymen'sForward by Mr. Brocks ay and eight men in- el
''-1 thoughts and aspirations of,the mother Movement, Capt. W. N. lading Ship Carpenter H. L. Bodden. Flue Curing Develops the Stimulating Aroma and Taste
nding over the cradle. The ordeal through Hawks Atlanta, Ga. The barge was found to be full of tlhi

I which the expectant mother must however 4 p. m,-Some Needs and Oppor- sand and water, which 13 taken to in- (
,is so full of danger and suffering that she unities dicate that her bottom was stove in Found in Schnapps that Satisfies Tobacco Hunger hiV
(1)) At home. (a) As Illustrated in by contact with the shore during the
looks forward to the hour when she shall feel Southern Florida Rev. L. A. Spencer, storm.In I ;

the exquisite thrill of 'motherhood'with indes.ribable dread and fear.VOICE Orlando (b) As Illustrated Among her present position there Is dan aiTI

Every woman should know that the: danger, pain and horror of childbirth Mill Operatives of the South Hon. ger that the barge will sink deeper in There are three ways used by far- Hundreds of imitation brands are

can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend. a'scientific Jos. F. Johnson, Birmingham Ala. the sand and that her machinery will'
liniment for external use only, which toughens and rend all (2) Abroad. (a) As Illustrated in become more damaged than at presnt mers for curing and preparing their on sale that look like Schnapps; the
rs pliable Puerto '
Rico and Cuba has
Bishop Van Report been made by Capaln -
the parts, and assists nature in Buren of Puerto Rico or Mr. John W. .A. P. R. Hanks who is in command -I tobacco for the market; namely sun outside of the imitation plugs of tobacco -

: itssublirnework. By its aid Wood of New York. (b) As Illustrated of the Winona of the exact condition -I is
thousands of women have MOTHER'SFRIEND in China Rev. B. L. Ancell, China. of the barge and the contractfor cured, air cured and flue cured. The flue cured but the inside is

passed this great crisis in per house.8.30 a.Music m.-Final to be meeting furnished in opera by a will either probably wrecking be let or to some floating wreck-her, old and cheap way is called air cured ; filled with cheap, flimsy, heavily

fect safety and without pain. .. choir of about 150 voices. Popular lag company in the near future. the later discovery and improved sweetened air cured tobacco ; one

Sold at$zoo per bottle by druggists. Our book missionary singing and short service Thee machinery on the barge Includes way
and addresses. ._ is called flue cured. In chew of Schnapps satisfy tobacco 1f
of priceless yalue to all women sent free. Address I ) The disinfecting boilers pumps and flue-curing
(a Spirit That
Comes Toward
RADF1EW RCOULATQK CO.. At'__." B. Missions Rev. R. W. Barnwell Petersburg other valued modern with the fumigating barge at: 120,000.apparatus, the tobacco is taken from the field hunger longer than two chews of

Va.b The Winona returned to Mobile to such tobacco.
( ) The Church's Gift, and Its Return make report by wire to the treasury suspended over intensely hot

In Missionary Endeavor Rev. H.W epartmentand to offer her services flues in houses Expert tests, prove that this flue
Patton department secretary.It for any work needed by the Mobile especially to retain -'

How Our Acme Double Flint Tennessee is possible will that speak Bishop at this Gallor final of I relief committee.. the heat, and there kept in the cured. tobacco grown in the famous

: Coated Asphalt Roofing ExcelsIs meeting. I A* Economical Dinner. proper; temperature until this curing Piedmont region, requires and takes ft

made'from the best Wool Felt. "' .4 Napoleon Bonapart. I I Fore quarter of lamb Is the most less' sweetening than any other kind,
Saturated and coated under a new process with Asphalt. economical roast to be had and one of process developes in the tobacco the
la a rubber-like (densely compressed) Roofing Felt. .4 showed, at the battle of Austerlitz. he I 1 I and! has wholesome, stimulating
: Coated on both sides with Silicate. the very best Order a large piece. at stimulating taste and
was the greatest Leader in the worl&Ballard's fragrant
Resists the action of vapor. acids and fire. Snow Liniment has shown I]I least seven pounds' and have five or aroma, ,satisfying f effect on chewers. If the
Not affected by heat or cold
The roofing that never leaks. the public it is the best Liniment in I!I I six chops taken off first and then two found in Schnapps tobacco, just as kind tobacco don't ..NJ
Easily affixed. iI4Ii the world. A quick cure for Rheuma.j|, pounds of the neck and rib ends for a coffee you are chewing
The experience of twenty it to be the green is made and
years proves best fragrant
'. Ready Roofing on the market. A I Item Sprains. Burns Cuts etc. A. C.|,I stew or lamb pie. The shoulder blade satisfy, more than the mere habit ot II;
Put up In rolls S3 Inches wide and 40 feet C inches long. Pith Rodessa La., says: "I used Bal-,,I and bits of bone are to be made into a stimulating by the roasting >>:
containing 108 square feet, wrapped in heavy casing, lard's Snow Liniment in my family I j I soup with the ordinary vegetables and process. -, expectorating, stop fooling yourself alJ
APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. and find it unexcelled for' sore chest Only selections of this ripe
: either a cup of beans mashed, or a cup and chew Schnapps tobacco.

: 3Ply: 80 lbs. per roll, complete. headache can be reached, corns. in by fact.a liniment.Anything that I'I' of whole tomatoes, of course to, give served body clear.'to it; the juicy flue cured leaf, grown in the Schnapps is like the tobacco chew "tr

; 2-Ply, 70 lbs. per>roll, complete. p NOTICE. i The roast may or may not be stuffed famous Piedmont country, where the ers formerly bought costing from 75C. 11'1r

: 1-Ply, 60 Ibs..per roll, complete. The Pensacola Bay Baptist Ansoctakm .I in the pocket left by the shoulderblade's best tobacco grows, are used in to $1.00 pound Schnapps is soldat "
Samples and Full Particllars Free. meets" with the Olive Baptist church. : removal. The pens may be and per ;
one mile east of Olive station. Thursday canned ones for convenience or a fresh ,Schnapps other Reynolds' brandsof 1!
4- Also!! 3. 2 and I-ply Tarred Roofing Paper. Sheathing and nIght. at 7.SO o'clock October 25, continuIng 5oc. per pound in 50. cuts, strictly
Insulating Paper.C.rollna through the following Sundav. October i vegetable, such as cauliflower, may be high grade flue cured tobaccos. 1rt}
-Ii 28, 7 p m. Dinner Friday. Saturdayand substituted. It one wishes to have this 10 and 15 cent plugs.
Portland Cement Co. Sunday at the church for all. A committee .. .
$ has been appointed to meet trains a company dinner a simple green salad C
Atlanta Ga. Nos. 6. 4. 19. 1 and 6. Everybody cordially may follow' the lamb, with French "
invited. So all that feel it their I Il|JR..J. REYNOLDS
duty can bring refreshments. dressing and wafers.-Harper's Bazar. TOBACCO CbMPANY/ WINSTON-SALEM N. C.

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1111: REU F. COMMITTEE .# I t b L i'I i'1.

In I Our Store COMPLETES ITS, LABORS Great Rebuilding Sale i F I Ie '}

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There Will Be No Further Distribution From Changer of : r,

satisfied we try to, not make only,you Commerce,. But Goods Remaining Will Be I These .Lilliputian Figures, Linked to Collossal il: }I:

Turned the Salvation Army. Values Make

with,yourself, .... L Profitable Reading I !

but with us, I A meeting of,the .
Chamber of Com- Chamber of Commerce rooms, all second HI. ,
and when merce-Citizens Relief Committee was -hand clothing remaining on hand .'. T
you buySTEINBLOCH held at the Chamber of Commerce I to be turned over to the Salvation. Undamaged' Damaged \ .t

rooms yesterday afternoon, Chairman' I Army for distribution. A recommendable, dependable. commendable pur :_ji ,I ;
I There remain a few cases worthyof Stock.. Stock.Greater
J. H. .
Clothes we know Slierrill'pcesiding. I assistance which! will be given attention pose to repair and partially rebuild my store. Some goods i; ;i...
The work of the committee during
committee t1
by the todayand
will I the past three weeks was carefullygone i I to-morrow. Large 'consignmentof were damaged, not all, but I decided'to inaugurate this damage to fl ;::
you come, over, It being the I ( Jones directed to the building than to IH
and unanimous Secretary was I goods were on theirway Great Rebuilding Sale to move the stock to facilitate the
of 'of all ;I'
with concensus opinion those present secure statements cf oustandirrg the stock, but stock
perhaps a that practically all cases of need i accounts against the committee to be here at time of workmen. Prices on all goods reduced-purchase invigeven i 11#
friend and occasioned by, the hurricane had been : presented to a joint meeting of the slightly damaged
buy amply provided for,. a resolution was I relief and finance committees to be storm, all included in orating price inducements, with the extravagance squeezed will be sold at trade- ':
adopted to discontinue the distributionof I:held on next Tuesday afternoon at .
more next year. clothing bedding etc., from the ::4 o'clock. this sale at reduction out of the prices-a sale to be considered and remem- winning prices that '

bored mean money saving. ''';

MERIT PAYS. of 15 per pent. Reduction 25 cent '


SUITS $15 to $35

Men's Clothing. Men's Shoes. !

Overcoats and Crav- f
$15 to $27.50.
Not a Piece of Men's Clothing Damaged. For Business Dress or Street-Ad Comet .

$10.00 Suits for $8.50 $2.00 Shoe for $J.70 ,

CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO. HERE HOUSE E EPredicted $12.00 Suits for $10.20 1'1' $2.25 Shoe for $1.90 '

THIESEN BUILDING \}- 15.00 Suits for $12.75 $2.50 Cascade $2.12 ;

Company No. 41 of Nobles- by Gen. Grosvenorof !
l $16.00 Kuppenheimer $13.60 $3.00 Beacon Light 2.55 :

SCARRITT MORENO, ville, Ind., Spent Yes- Ohio-Cannon Will $17.00 Howard Foster j f
SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent $20.00 Kuppenheimer 3.50 $3.02 : ., i.
for Diebold Safe and Lock Co., terday in the City. Again Be Speaker.Special !.

Office and Salesroom-20 Canton Ohio.E. Gov. St. T .+ $27.50 Kuppenheimer $23.25 $4.00 Exceptional $3.40 '

Company No.41 Uniform Rank,* to The Journal. I ii 1 f
SOMETHING NEW Knights of Pytitias, spent yesterdayin Washington Oct. 18.-General Gros- t
the city, arriving on, the early ... ..
6old-ftiled Beaut Pins 25 and 30c .f
] per of venor of Ohio the old republican
morning train, viewing the sights
A. Gahlenbeek, 21? S. Palafoi Si the city and departing last night to "warhorse," has established a reputation Hats.Shirts and Furnishings. Extras. '
resume their journey home. as a political prognosticator. He
The company is 'commanded by ill here on departmental business and h

COTTRELL, Capt. Fred Alexander, and the mem- prophesies a republican house in the $1.50 Cluet Shirts at. . . . . . . .$1.25' ., .
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. bers to visit Pensacola numbered STETSON'S .
Pensacola. Fla. about twenty-five. They had been attending next congress. He,says forty-cne districts $3.50 $1.00 Monarch Shirt at. . . . . . . 85c A few little extras, '
the grand encampment in which were carried by the republicans :.
Soft little
I TURTON &. BELL. New Orleans for several days past in 1904 were carried by the 50cPrmce1y Shirtlit. . . ._. . . . . 42c very damagedlSuitUnderwear,75- .a
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1810. and as they had heard so much of democrats in 1902, and one where Stiff. . . 2.95 $ ,
Kodak Suppl. Finishing! tor Amateur Pensacola. decided that on their return there was a contested seat last time. ..J ,. .. $1.50 Union Made Overalls .: .'._ . . .$1.25 r,,I' t',<
home, which was by way of The republican majority in the present $2.25 Shoes, pair $1.69 !t i. tt -
L. & N., to stop over at Flomaton and house is 114. $3.00 ANSON'SSpecial $1.00 Union Made Overalls. . . . . . 85c ;; "I
come scuth to Pensacola and spend a Assuming the democrats''' ln fill
Y.atchmakerManutacturingjeweler.aid: Graduate day. This they did and every memo these districts ,they win gain eighty- *
( 30 S. Paiafoi Street. Pensacola. Fla. Nice line
pticttn. of
ber of the company was highly pleas. four votes" says General Grosvenor, Boys''a .
ed that they had visited Pensacola "which will leave the republicans 2.55 '
.at. : Clothing-complete ;
before returning home and stated thirty majority." He added that It ; $:
Told I to sell the adver-
to custom goods
Tersely that it was by far the best city they was unlikely that the democrats would Contrary wIsh. knee pant suits-ages ; .
had seen in the south and that they all the districts did in 1&02. : ?
J. (McKinnon. a prominent citizenof $2.00 HIGH-CLASS tised. My desire is to operate this store on such
great 8 17
welcome here. to on'e- .
had been given a royal and it was also improbable the repub- years, at '1';
Marianixa, was in the city yesterday '!
on a short business visit 1902 licans and would 1904.hold all they carried in Hats ,,' > genuinely frank principles that people may learn to turn quarter off regular K .; :

terday Among were the A.visitors F. Johnson to the and city C.yes-W. N. E. THIES DIES the"I republicans think it is will fair hold to assume at least that ten at. . ,' .,. 1.70 to it with confidence. In these days of exaggerated. advertising prices. ..r ,,.

Richardson, of Milton. of the districts captured in 190," he
and misrepresentation, it will be interesting to ,
AT SEMINOLE ALA, continued. "That would give them a
Mrs. S. E. Twitchell formerly Miss majority of fifty. How is the democratic $1.35 GOODMAE.I
Louise Powell of this city who has party to overcome that? There 4 know there is at least one store wholly sincere. The reaAll other goods ;\\jl
been spending several weeks with! -=* 11.
is nothing sure in American politics Soft !
damaged sold in
friends in Chicago and Joliet has re- LOG SUPERINTENDENT OF THE I admit that but the surest thing in son for this sale is explained and ObvIous-the recent pro- .1: j: : ,

to her home in Mobile. I ICapl American politics to-day is the certainty Stiff. . . 1.20 portion. i iF .
STATES LUMBER storm used us about all alike.
A. S. WeUl of the life saving that 'Uncle Joe' will be :speaker: Ji{
service inspector of the Eighth and COMPANY, DIES. of the house another term with a :'; t ,; '
Math districts Is in the city on official good working. Roosevelt-supporting, 11 f \
business and paid a visit yester- stand pat majority behind him. .1
day to the site of the old life saving H. E. Thies for many'years log superintendent General Grosvenor Is a'lame duck" .1f
station. of the Southern States having lost the nomination this year. Per Ct TRUNKS HOSIERY Per Ct 4t.'
Lumber Co., and one of the most effi He has many friends here however, ., ,
The fishing schooner Mary L. cient at this business in the r
who confidently look forward to his
Warren & Co.'s fleet one 2' 5' HAND BAGS NECKWEAR 15 .!
Hardy of south died at Seminole Ala., Wednes- return two years hence.Meanwhile .,
of the vessels damaged in the storm, day death due to .
night being an attack '.he will doubtless be veil cared for by '
has been floated and is now undergoing paralysis suffered. some weeks the administration whose policies he Off. VALISES- SUSPENDERS Off. : '
repairs at Bruce's dry dock at since. I has so often and so ably championed
Bagdad. The owners also expect to The remains were'prepared for burial on the floor of the house. I :
float the smack Osceola by the firs .
and brought here yesterday morning
portion of next week and she will being shipped to Brewton for Julius Caesar. ;

also be repaired at Bagdad. interment.Mr. was a man of nerve-but sickness left I r 1TO.ANSON The Cash Clothier :
Dr. A. M. LeFrancois who has beenin Thies had been In the employof its mark and he became aged before :
New Orleans for the past month the Southern States Lumber com his time. Sickness is often causedby ,
taking a course in tetanus in one of pany since 1895 and was one of the a torpid liver. IIerbine will regu-
the leading veterinary colleges there company's most valued employees. late your liver and give you health.
will return home this afternoon. He He leaves a wife, two daughters and a Mrs. Carrie Austin, Hollon Kansas, Cor. Main and J
will be accompanied by Raymond son. writes: "I consider Herbine the best t'r. PalafoxStreets.J
Shuttleworth. who has also been on medicine I ever. heard of. I am never .'
a visit to the Crescent City. without it"AGED <.. ; ,
Dr. Henry Trawick of Montgomery i' Jm
one of the most eminent divines in Pensacola and this ,
freight between m ri-LED : -
the south will occupy the pulpit at FISHERMAN DRINK BO .
the Palafox Methodist church Sunday FOR, MONARCH place. ., .... _. :.
: f I Mr. D. Kugl man, of the firm of D. r-t r-t
"i both the incrnlng and evening ser I[ !REPORIJ Kugleman & Co, was seen on our '...", --
'Ices, having been invited by the con- FOUND DtADJOHN streets Friday. O O. <1"' ,
gregation. Rev. Mr. Trawick is an WHEN THAT VESSEL REACHED Ed. Warfield representing "Buck- tJ Clt .
eloquent and earnest speaker and I skin Breeches" of Evansville, Ind., ;
O 0
there will no doubt be large congre HER WHARF. YESTERDAY' McCURDY, WHO CAME Special o The Journal. was in our city last week. 4Q = '

gations present at both services to AFTERNOON.The HEREON Freeport, Oct. 18-Mrs. Albert Jer- Last Thursday Mr. J. D. Russ and Q 11.-
him. CARRIE B. WELLES, EXPIRES nigan returned from her home Linden wife of Black Creek were in town Ci' k )". v '

The kind you want-Blue Ribbon: big 'tug Monarch, after nearlya SUDDENLY. .Ind., on Tuesday, after an absenceof shopping. : Ar-;: c Mi '
carried partyto
Vanilla. month spent ashore near Cedar several weeks The launch Virginia a that
Absolutely pure goes twiceas of : Beforeudn.lkmg.see., you :
tar and the "B ue Ribbon Flavor Is street emerged from the slip yester- David Evans of the late firm of Pensacola last week. cI. rT 0 0j
Trrfectfon. Ask for the 25c day afternoon and when she steamed George & Evans has removed with Mr. George W. Brown who has been 'J'to
size the GENUINE. A word
John McCurdy, We will ill, is slowly recovering.Last \ get <
out and moored alongside of her an aged fishernian his family to Miami Florida. quite o t 0
Phone No. 178 wharf it was the occasion of much who for years has been fishing on In the future make that place his week Mr. E. M. Hayes book- l
noise making. Every tug in the har- Pensacola vessels was found dead in home. We regret to lose Uncle. Dave keeper for the J. J. McCaskill Co., to the wise is suffICIent."ygei .
Is Now Working.Sol bor saluted the big tow boat with bed yesterday morning in his room from our midst. moved Into his new house on Madison o

Cahn & Co. blasts from their whistles and for a above the steamer Tarpon warehouse. The.emclent. stenographer of the street tables of
few moments there was a perfect din Death was due to heart disease and McCaskill company, Miss Alice Mc- On Tuesday night two Wilson Works t
had evidently occurred in the her position and whist. were entertained at Judge Bottling
Quality Counts-Use of noise along the waterfront The night. early Clellan has resigned Pensacola.The I s. After several Interesting games ,
returned the signals of wel her home in I
Monarch has to
LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. come given her. The deceased had n \relatives In gone J. McCaskill company had secured of served.duplicate whist, a reported salad course an enjoy-was' 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587. i '
Pfeiffer'a Steam Bakery. The Monarch went through the 'Pensacola, and the funeral services the services of Mrs. J. H. I Everyone- .
hurricane without sustaining any will be conducted this afternoon fromPou's Thompson as stenographer. Mrs i able evening. |WAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY J f
damage and is now about in as good undertaking parlors at 3 o'clock Thompson assumed her,new duties on
FUNERAL OF JAMESKENDRICK she blown and the Interment made In St i A Most Worthy Article. j allwI T. BEDWELU PRES. AND MANAGER. fi '
condition before was Monday.A I
Joseph's He Freeport Is being Prepared to do c repairing1 on abort notice Ring I phone $70 and a ..+,.
ashore. cemetery. was a memo private school In When an article has been on the representative will call. W. T. Bidweu, President and Manager 201 S. Baylen os
ber of the Fishermen's Blanche Brown of F.1
Benevolent Miss
taught I market for years 'and gains friends

NIX Natchez Neck, Miss Broken. 18 Fall..-!Hampton Association organization and will the attend members"in a body.of that Sherman Our popular, N. Y. townsman. Johnny I I every medicine year worthy it Is safe one. to Such call Is Ballard's this- ....... .............................& :

Carra. on old negro hack driver, fell McCurdy came: to Pensacola from George has disposed of his business a It
from his hack late last night at the Portland.. Maine, when the fishing interests in this place and is seek- Horehound Svrup all Pulmonary positive street.COAL
REMAINS OF LITTLE SON OF MR. Yazoo and Missisippl Valley Railroad schooner Carrie B. Welles was purchased ing ,new fields. We regret to lose ly cures coughs and ti.o ti.-
diseases. One of the,best known merchants ,
depot and broke his neck. He died and brought around to enter him and trust that success' will attend Ala., I. AND WOOD
In Mobile says:
AND MRS J. R. NIX-PLACED in a few minutes. the here snapper since trade, and has resided him.Since the Capt. Fritz and Eugene "For'five years my family has not. o .

AT REST. -" have been disabled the Vernon and been troubled with' the winter coughs V \ +
the owe this to Ballard's Horehound I !
been carrying
The Kendrick TEMPERATURE Edna C. have
remains of James I know it has saved my children f.
Syrup and Wood :
We deliver Ice Coal Charcoal -
1x! the Httle son of Mr. and Mrs. sick spells." anywhere
James R. Nix, who died Wednesday Things"ao OF 81 DEGREESThe from many ... in in f:
the We |
city. can supply you any quantity ,
morning after a short Illness were LABOR LEAGUE. i r
placed at rest,yesterday afternoon beside maximum temperature in Pen- UNITED Phone No. 178 and our service is always prompt. Steam and domestic i ;1

his little sister. Majorie. In St.Jehu's Wrong"when sacola yesterday, according to the Is Now Working.Sol .
size. i
cemetery. Many loving friends weather bureau records, was 81 de- cut any ,1
*"e present to pay their last sad grees at 5:40 a. m. Last year on the The United Labor League Cahn & Co.

tribute here shed of as respect they and turned many from.tears the with a Liver Coffee.Is congested Use same and date the the minimum maximum 58 was degrees.82 degrees will meet to-night at 7:30.: SIR KNIGHTS.Regular ATTENTION conclave I of i E. G. SEWALL: ;;. f J1 i

newly made grave, which bad been from labor unions Coeur de Lion Com-
heaped with floral tributes. Escambta Lodge. No. 15 F. & A .M. Delegates! mandery No. 1. K. Tat Street. l
The services conducted a.t the Special communication of Es- requested to attend. 7:30 p. m.. Monday, Oct. : 26 North Tarragona
were POSTUM"There's I ranbia Lodge. No. 15, FA.. earnestly 22. Balloting and work In .
family home on East Gregory street .c M., win be held Friday even In K. business. R. C. degree. Sojourning i 363. : '
Very important 614 and rNN4N
by Rev Percival H. a.1e1. of Christchurch October 19, at 7.30. Work in E. Sir Knights are courteously ,\-.. Phones % .
"Safe in the Arms of Jesus" i Busoa. Visiting brethrenfraternally AS. JOHNSON, InvitPd. :' : :';
vas softly sung by a quartette from W. G. DAUBY. W. M. President.1iiiiiiriiiii. W. HENRY XEEDHAM. Rec. .....................N......................... ,'f
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: WEEKLY. SUNDAY." .. 2 By Sam B. Ruaa. HH "$ H'The >> i

Washington Herald, notingthe
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Atlanta Constitution's advocacyof

a. ...BY... "Life are""real"never seems" real as whenwe what the can Income be done'with'tax wants the to money.know I Must have clothes and shoes. Bring him to our store and m jj I

THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK A woman's mind-Is generally moreor money"Does?"Uncle'it asks.Sam Certainly really need he needs the m I we will fit him up for you. We _have an immense stock of Rj .

less In to her heart.
pawn Herald
the the
Does not
L and General Manager know money.that the national policy of In- We sell none but Standard !
MAYES, President People: who ;gii tots "a career" ternal improvements Is but poorly m j everything for Boysf to wear. jj N

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS generally bring up ,at the rear. executed because of the lack of mon- Hi* article absolutely new and of the latest designs K
The laborer Is worthy of his hire- ey! Frequently a river ,and harbor Makes-every ,
especially when he gets up higher. bill Is deferred because of the condition
SUBUCRIPTION RATES of the revenues, resulting frequently Friday and Saturday will offer as a special inducement g 5

One Year .. .. ..........$5 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 Selfishness ,may be the basis of In.delay of public works,
Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 life all right but it need not be all 'much of the money expended Is actually 1500 pair of our celebrated Boy-proof Trousers at 5j aHi

Three Mootta.. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..$! CO base. wasted through deteriorationcf Ill ,

A gentleman may always be known have work we not already a national done.debt Moreover of a billion -, 43c. 200 Childrens Suits, age 3 to 8, at $1.69. 50 Boys' r qui J

by the manner in which he treats his
The Only AwMcofa Newspaper Front Which a Detailed ,. to be retired! Are there not

Circulation Statement Can Be 'Secured. poor Laugh'relatIons.and laughs with against millions the of government dollars of which just go claims un- School Suits age 7 to J7, excellent $2.50 values, at $1.95. j| "

you-so long as you don't laugh out paid from session to session because and Casimere Suits and J
Fine Worsted $4.50 $5.00
of the wrong side of your mouth. cf the lack of revenues! Is there | jj 75 Boys'
' HIUHal leon II Papers on Sale on Trains not the Panama canal to build

PbOiW {[BwaI.IOfllceISOO: I I and at all News Stands. Beaotaful:! women-are often very Would it not be-better to pay for the m i values at $3.95. In Dot b'-: Breasted with plain Knee or ft rm
from'taxes of
plain when it comes to spanking to canal upon the wealth ,

their husbands about new clothes. I the country than to Issue bonds to be Trousers. Norfolk or Plain Cut. 25 dozen j| s
Offices-Journal' Building-Corner lntendnola and DeLuna Sts. paid by the 'taxed appetites and Golf ,
One must see a deaf husband witha j backs of ]
the :masses? But suppose
musical wife to get an adequate":' present. revenues were: sufficient for I 8 Mothers Friend Shirt Waist 50c and 75c values, at 41c. W If

PEXSACOLA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1906. conception of the beautiful compen- all public purposes :and Uncle Sam

I sations.' of nature. then did not the need income any tax more would desirable Even- & Remember these prices are for Friday and Saturday only jj ;

The doom of the Russian douma refused to take any steps in this di- Anatomy of an Oyster. on account of the justness of the

has been pronounced.This rection.In To discover the heart of an oyster income tax principle. If such a tax I ,
the fold of flesh which oystermen call should accumulate more money in the w- -1
Southern' states the
Income tax proposition Is evl- some ques- the "mantle" must be removed. This treasury than the government needs

fently knocking the props from under tion of immigration is left in the i is fatal to the oyster, of course, but in the taxes on tobacco; paid for the
hands of the commissioner of agri- the interest of science and for the benefit most part by the working classes,
tome people. culture; but no official, however ener- could be repealed; 'or the tax on whis-
the "curious" it is occasionally; j Pt\rker G Reese Goo
key and beer, paid for the most part I
Another storm is predicted. When getic he may be, can accomplish any done. When the mantle has been removed by the working people, could be dispensed -

lid lightning begin .striking twice inbe thing without money and that has the heart, shaped like a crescent ._ ,with These are old war tax- ,

same place hitherto been with us the one thing or horned moon Is laid to the' es that impose ;a- great burden upon ,

needfuL view. The oyster's heart is made up the working'classes, who consume tobacco tU f3m
An exchange that Taft lost Wear. rJ
says .
Under the circumstances, we must of two parts, Just like that of a hu- and spirituous and malt liquorsand m "Everything to
none of his pouplarity In Cuba. Nor it would,bef, just to remOVe -
look to individuals for the help that man being one of which receives the entirely
hIs flesh, either. blood from the gills, and the other them and collect the revenue m Ieaaa2a22aa2a22a22a2aaa2a22aaaaaaaaa2a22
might otherwise have come from the from the wealth>of.the country. The m 33 and 35 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
drives it Out through the arteries. The '
This alleged atmospheric disturbance state. And we can see no good) reason Herald must know that if the policies
liver Is found In the Immediate vicinIty
may be accounted for-by Secretary why our turpentine and sawmill men of the present administration are to ;
of the heart and stomach and is a be executed additional will
Taft's return. revenue
-our railroads and land companies-
queer shaped little organ, which is be needed, and that this revenue must j I
Senator Depew, says that he is in in short all who in any way suffer supposed to perform all the functions come from. taxation of the sale of F dC..!

good health-but- he is in very had from the prevailing scarcity of labor of a blood filter. Every oyster has a I bonds. The systematic Improvement I

odor, all the same. -should not now take the bull by mouth, a heart, a liver, a stomach and of the rivers and harbors, the erection LIST OF CLERKS I

the horns, and proceed to do for themselves other necessary internal organs .Including of needed public buildings, the.
Jacksonville no longer muzzles paying of old. claims, the building of
to devised
of In-
what tto else seems likely a set cunningly THE :r
dogs, and her factional politiciansnever the great navy and the constructionof ,
do for them. testines. The mouth is at, the small AND INSPECTORS
the Panama canal, In addition to
were muzzled anyhow. end of the oyster's body, near the the regular expenses of the govern :

hinge of the shelL It is oval In shape merit, will requIre' more than tl
Charley Schwab is said to be manipulating A Common Confusion! money SEASON BEST
and though not readily discovered by our present system of taxation provide's. CHOSEN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I ,
wheat A
a corner. cornerIs ""tF'B
of Ideas.. an unpracticed eye it may: be,easily They are already talking ,, i'AIN
naturally crooked anyhow.The located by gently pushing a blunt bodkin about a duty on.eoffee. ninety-five per TO CONDUCT THE .

Czar is reported to contemplatea A Savannah clergyman, who has or similar Instrument along the cent of which is consumed by the toil- ELECTION. ;

"drastic policy." When did he ever Just returned from New York, is folds of the surface of the body at the Ing people. Why not levy the tax NOVEMBER .
on the rich man's income instead of
contemplate any otter kind! quoted as saying that "Hearst hasn't place mentioned. Connected with the the poor man's coffee? Why not extend .
the ghost of a show" and indicatesthe mouth is the caaal which the oysteruses the principle 'of faxing wealth MEN
The presidential comedy of errors basis of his belief in the follow- in conveying food to the stomach, which 'mamtahie hr all of' the local Jones Precinct C.V.No.. Andrews 1 D. M. Cherry.Inspectors James; A. ,g

seems to be in four acts-big surplus from whence It passes Into the curious governments ofUfie country, and secure Benton clerk.Precinct '8
ing manner:
big navy, big army, big deficiency. little set of netted and twjsted Intestines -\ large revenues from. wealth and t'I f No. 2 Floyd Athev II. C. MI1- 0:
W,11. White
"Mr. Hearst has a following of dissatisfied Ire J. F. Helton Inspectors; c:
referred to.-Santa Fe New Mexican. relieve the the
pressure upon appe- clerk
Hazing has been revived at the discontented persons who tities of the working classes? Th Precinct No. 3-W. VTs Klrksy. Harry "We're as fine a showing of Men's Fall Shoes as ever j,
are neither Democrats nor Republicans -I income Lewis. E. G. Brewton, inspectors: ; G. .A. n::
United States naval academy and the tax ought not to be considered Shoe Store. '
-the proletariat-who are willing Morrill. clerk. 51
prospect for the new cadets is. decidedly to go to any extreme to secure a Hu the Wasp Affection merely as a source of additional!,'I Precinct No. 4 John Longren E. Pad- ,wI
revenue but as principle of taxa- gett. Will Briggs Inspectors; John Gates,
] hazy. change of conditions. W file this following ]- A colony of wasps made a nest in the tion which distributes a the burdens of clerk. Don't wear uncertain Shoes when you can get the best by... 1'Pf
is an immense crowd I have I dark room of a studio last summer. At i I I Precinct No. 5-J. C. Cowan. Alex. I
Men of the Rockefeller stamp have no idea that it will be great enough first the party who used the room did the government ,fairly, according to Webb. W A. Waters inspectors. Jas. I coming here. Every Shoe store says ,
the ability of the citizen'to_ pay. Nicholsen, clerk. Ota
little difficulty in obeying the laws- to carry Hearst to victory. For the I not relish their company but for certain I I Precinct No. 6-ThOs. DavJson. C. IL

especially]] when their agents. have a first time in the history of the city I reasons he did not molest them. I Jackson. Alex. McVoy, Inspectors; Ollie I $O/$3.50 $4 $5 or $6 Men's ShoesSo a
the element of class prejudice has THE BLOUSE. Jennings, clerk. ,
: He attention to the little buz
hand in making them paid nB Precinct No. 7-A. D. Nicholsen. J. O.
been Injected into the political con and Ward. E. A- Tucker, inspectors; C. :M. d
zers, and they came went at their do but kind of Shoes
General Wood protests against reducing test. It is a species of demagogerythat It* ITame Came Originally From P_ Wiggins clerk.Precinct we, our are
own sweet will. After a time he beganto '
No. 8-Taylor Crabtree A.
has created an intense difference luslam, In EgyptThe .d
our forces-in the Philippines. study them and soon came to the Ij. Mathias A. Fleminginspectors; J. L. .
Some between the richer and the poorer environs off Pelusium, in lower McCallum, clerk. OH SO DIFFERENT. !
people think that the
general classes, and it Is beng! constantly conclusion that they were gradually Egypt In stood foremost Precinct No. S-J. A. Gilmore, M. Stur- kIt's
bimdelf should be reduced-to the multiplied. They putting an aureole becoming acquainted with him, hIs ages' divant J. T. Flllingim, Inspectors; P. M. t
are lands where the culture the Shoes the that tells the
among sunny Prichett. clerk.Precinct always at price
and his dark One
ranks. ] of leadership about Hearst and ways : room. day a No. 10-J. T. Rigsby. Burgess a
of indigo and the manufacture of fabrics
the I I is doing everything in his power to stranger was seated on the window sIlL ', Bryars c., J. Ward inspectors; A. T.
Rockefeller has given! $25,000 to a'' promote it." The first wasp entering the room paidno died wlti it were the principal industries. Rice cleric.Precinct Match us, if you can on Men's Shoes.
colored Y. M. C. A. in Washington.One In the middle; ] (ages, when the No. 11-J."W. Emmons. W. C. I
We quote this almost infantile ex- attention to him, but made for the Williams W. L. Minis inspectors: J. B..
thing,Is certaln-tlie color of his old crack in the walL Then out camea Crusaders landjtd_pn.., the coast of Stewart clerk.Precinct iiF
pression of fair
opinion as a speci-
No. IS-J. N. Andrews. W. I
money will hardly be noticed in that I men of the slovenly thinking with! big fat fellow who darted throughthe Egypt and entered lslum, where: i I I Moyer F. F. Bingham, inspectors; C. K.I *.
quarter.Mr open window like a bullet Within Port Said is no\ situated, they 'purchased I Wilson clerk.Precinct !
i which a certain class of people under- : quantities of the blue material, I No. 13-Thos. W. Kent Jas. C. Boston Shoe Store ;
five minutes half dozen
I a wasps came : ."Clark. Otto White inspectors; Julius
.Magoon that take to settle moral and econ- ,
says everythingwill grave with a rush at the stranger and two which they cast over their panoply of Menko. clerk.Precinct .
; soon be O. K. in Cuba. Incidentally omic questions.In of them located him. But the writer war. Afterward! the, same materialwas I, No. 14 Jos. Brown Dixon B.
Reed. Sr., John OBrien, inspectors; Abe
] it may be explained] that this asserting that. Mr. Hearst's at- has never been touched by his wasp made in France and became the ,Daniels clerk.

optimistic functionary is drawing a titude "has created an intense difference colony.-Outing Magazine. fabric of which the working garmentof i.I'chez Precinct, James'No.Whitehead 15-T. S., inspectors Care Phil; J.San-E. FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS. (

salary of $25,000 a year. between the richer and the poorer the male peasant was made and is Ries clerk.PrecinctNo.. s
this I 18-H. H. Batcher, Luke
to I
Tom Watson has classes," this shallow observer Rater, Sallabonta aad Larks. day. Flowers Jas. Hubbtrd, inspectors; W. B.'Hubbird J J 7 S. Palafox Phone
"abandoned the Street 690.
The name of the locality was given ;
ascribes to him a power that he could What is a rater, a sallabout, a lark, I. clerk
child of his brain," otherwise his Is heard the fabric and this was retained by Precinct No. 17-J. E. Spoon. A. W. t
by no possibility possess.It a question commonly among Majors Hiram Suggs, inspectors; T. N.
magazine. A mild way of phrasingthe should never be forgotten that these not familiar with yachts and the French production, but contractedto .Adams, clerk Y\
knock-down and drag-out Pelouse, which later on was changedto 1 I Precinct No. 18-J. W. Bowman J. A.
processby technical terms. A rater is
those who call attention to existence racing Describes .J
I Williams H. C. Johnson inspectors; Unsurpassed Correctly
bluze The ,
_which he was, 1spossessed. of abuses create them thirty-eight feet long and carries the blouse (pronounced ) .J. Cushion clerk 1
no more double sails-sloop rig and jib. The smock worn by English male peasants 'I Precinct No. 19-A. B. Fillingim, F. },(. CARBONSIn .
than the man who gives an alarm of 1, Wood. E. A. Hall inspectors; J. B.
John Sharp 'Williams says that the I I half rater is thirty-two feet long, car- is a similar garment and, though It Is Cooper, clerk.Precinct .
tariff is the Issue. He is not so sharpas fire, starts the fire. ries the same style sails as' the rater not written in history that the blouse i No. 20-W. M. McCurdy. M. ( .Quality i
The man who starts any such class and minute handicap crossed the channel soon after its F. Martin. Bill Newberry, inspectors; RIGHT In Wearing Abilities '
those who maintain that the dominant -] usually gets a five Mark McCurdy. clerk. i tIn
Issue of i orpnizedgraft conflagration as this, is a public In rater races. The sailabout car- entry into France, it would seem Precinct No. 21- John Bell. II. E. Hen Price.
the'd1p (
ij derson, J. A. Patterson, inspectors; C. R. :
nuisance. Those who call attentionto probable from the fact that In other
in all its manifold manifestations ries a single large sail and Is built on Vaughan. clerk i
the conflagration in the hope of graceful lines, with rounded sides and times the smock was now and then Precinct No. 22-W. M. Bowman, E. N. Coe's 3001. Store =
J. H. W. H.
Jemigan King inspectors;
checking it, are public! benefactors.This ends, while the lark has square sides called a "blowse.] Mayo, Clerk New Brent Building. Phone 235.
Is distinction with and ends and carries the single sail. This, fair ladies, Is the origin of the Precinct No. 23-IL C. Helium. D. W.
:Men are said to be known by I a a very Bowman W. J. Kellum, inspectors; R. J. f
Few larIat.are built now. Most of the garment of our warmest affection, to clerk.
the decided difference, and as such, we Seymour
company they keep. They recently built have the double which we have loyally clung for years
it all who think yachts I fFrN.N.N .
I commend to they
known may
aso by the com centerboard. The centerboard pre- In' spite of many ruthless detractorsand
Judicial Wit.
pany they don't_=Jteep.*.=byy;the thinks.think as our Savannah clergyman' vents drifting sidewise, and the single will continue to do so notwithstanding J, "Her Christian name is Handel" explained -

enemies they make; and those who board is often entirely out of water the fact that, whether called a witness at West Ham, "but

want to know what W. R. Hearst fl" 8.. fli' r.'l .. during heavy winds; hence the use of "bluze" or "blowse] ," It is not of aristocratic she didn't like It and took up Annie r..ii dr hrnitureZ r i -1 !

stands for have only to observe the the double board. lineage.The Instead."

significant fact that every corrupt FOR 106 YEARS "Most people] ," observed the magistrate I

corporation Interest in New York is p # Ceylon SJwwka. Study of Poetry. "prefer a handle to their names."

against him.CoOperating. Montgomery Advertiser.) ft Sharks Infest the waters of Ceylon Never before was there so much Which considered Judicially would .

0 and the pearl divers ot that region are study of poetry and the drama. ThisIs appear a.brilliant sally.-London Trlbime. We have everythingneedful to make the i
,,,, H"' i- In deadly fear of these wolves of the of
due to the modern extension _
to Secure bedroom of the
one most attractive
deep. The divers are mostly Tamils and and to the spread of reading i rooms Z
Immigration. Moormen and display marvelous] en- matter among the masses. Poetry Is De Heck of the W U*. in the house. Our line of dressers is large, :

A statistical record of the progressof durance and pluck. To-protect themselves not the fashion of an hour; It Is an | Here's a point about the neck. Thei : showing a great different designs and
It has been sugested that this state the United States between 1800 against the ever present danger eternal Deed of the soul-a need that;,.i width of the back between the shoulder many :
co-operate with Georgia in her efforts and 1906, issued by the departmentof to which the presence of the sharks ex- increases with the increase of intel- seams should equal in width that of ; i ranging from $9 to $45. Handsome bedsteads :

z to secure a desirable class of immi- commerce and labor, covers a poses them the divers carry charms lectual light-Edward Markham In I one of,the front portions of the blouse i.' at $5 to $10. Easy rockers from $1.G-,0 ::
period about half of domi-
grants, and more than one of our which was given them by recognized "shark bind- Success Magazine. between the shoulder seam and the iZ to $20. Druggets
nated $5 to $50.
by Democratic Ideas :
and cannot ,
contemporaries has already endorsed ers" who receive a small governmentfee front of the neck.: All told the neck ii
: the proposition. therefore campaign, be document quoted as Its a Republican facts, and a dozen oysters a day from - I should be divided Into exactly three i .. .

Ag one of our exchanges puts it: says the Baltimore Sun, have, accordingly each boat. Owing to the constant Jl'aelaL"Do:1't equal parts one for each side front ..

The need for labor and the development a general Interest. In 1800 the noise and splashing, the sharks are you think her face rather too and 'one 'for the back. A back that : BUY NOW PAY LATER. .

of farm lands In Florida is said area of the United States was 827.844 generally krpt at a distance and accidents thin r | does. not measure exactly the width o( I .

to be more urgent than in Georgia, square miles, the population was 5308.4J83 .- are rare. "Wen, I don't know. I can't see any one side front Is too narrow and the :

f and the Florida editors suggest that the public debt $82,926,294' !, place where It's worn through. Can. neck will' neither fit properly nor com- .

the quick way to relief appears to be the money in circulation 16000000. Faatov King Of. you?"-Pack. fortably. The shoulder] seam should'1 it
in conjunction with the movement so :In 1906 the area of the United States, Og. the famous king of Baahan'mentioned always remain straight at the neck: MARSTON & QUIMM, i i

near to their doors. exclusive of Alaska is 3,023,300 in Deuteronomy, had a bedstead The river Orinoco has more 'tributaries band. If it needs to "be moved the
The special agent of the Georgia square 000;. the public; the debt population, $964.435.686 84,545.-; nine cubits long or about sixteen anda than any other river. The total alteration must only be made more: '.11 108/110" S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. i

,immigration committee is now in the money In circulation, $673,327,609of half feet It Is doubtful whetherOg number is put at 2, 00, including 430 toward the back or toward the' front

Europe, and it is believed that his gold and $158,474,993 of silver. The himself was of the full length of large stream at the armhole. ........... .. ......................, .................

,, work there will soon result in something total 'money In circulation In 1800 his bedstead. Many bones of reputed
tangible. was $26,500,000, or $5 per citizen, giants have been found In different IIF
while in 1906 the money in circulation countries of the world and uninformed t .
Should this prove to be the case IS $2.744.483,830. or $32.42 per people hastily concluded that the meo'to
some decisive step should, we believe, citizen In J861 the number of pen
whom these bones were supposedto
be taken in the direction of cooperating sioners was 8,636, receiving $1,034- have belonged must have been from You Look Prematurely Pi w I I
600; In 1906 the number of pensioners I
with our Georgia neighbors. All
Is 985. 71. "receiving 141034652. fifteen to thirty feet in height I
how is this to be done! As
But The last Item of the exhibit is not such remains have been'proved to be

we have pointed out on previous occasions SO much a ground for congratulation those of the gigantic animals existing j

our legislature has invariably as some of the others." la a former era of: the world's History.. Because of these ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. U "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. Price, SI.OO. retail.

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m I Telephone No. 38 After 3 P. M. Hew fesstoMl York WMBM.....ea4 Who la Xe4.Is a" Pr*> ; ;''a q

1 Mrs A. J. Dowling,of,New York Is a ;

fh: :! .pioneer in her line of business, wfiid {
s ra is that of meeting emergencies that 1 _.__ _. ._ i :
arise in households In the great metropolis I I
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and her in [
fV The Abandoned Cottage. her chosen
"1 j& close the little house up tight The Journal's' Daily Fashion Feature career may be a hint to other womenin | : :-
1.1 uat all the blinda be drawn; other cities as to a means of gaining Inr-j | 1
nJ She--well, she doesn't miss the light a good income.A ,,. (
fit, Of day where she is gone. few years ago thrown upon, her ;;, in
J. Youd better nail the gate tight shut, .
own resources Bowling's own experiences '
tt Make fast the shutters too ) 'tJ'r
suggested the line of work \ -
ft) i Lay come back I don't know-but Y !r '
she took up. She should be called a
__, Not soon if e'er I do. ) ,
"professional friend in need" but her

Xo1 Inside-she! Leave the had things them Just they are 'card gency.reads "Services in case of emer- Need Not

jasi lock the place up tight "My business reQufrea a penta fa-
ru The doors, and then we'll go mlllar with all rifles of life the de- Wear Her Out 7 Va
In I'm not much of a 'hand for dreams.Ut ; .
I know It's foolish when
m She's gone-*ut do you know It seems "

nJ She might come back again. 'The drudgery of house work seems never .'1'

ru When Tery picture on the wall ending to tired-out dispirited women who

ru Speaks In its voiceless way suffer from female complaints
or irregularities.
and her voice seems to call and call- ,
rJ No'o! I coulda stay. and ulc ration cause fearful bearing-down pains which ;
1\1 Just close the house up tight-I must
HI Forget it all. somehow; r aggravated by mush standing on the feet, and lifting necessary Inhouse
N So te things molder in the dust- i work.

ru Dust that's all left me now. ,
But let no woman despair of relief from this torture. That famous :
N; Well close the little place up tight
T! doesn't! matter now; tonic reconstructor of diseased or disordered female organism,

I've got my foe of grief to ftght,
HI master him somehow.

But here And pass out reverentlySeek -
to forget "what's gone ,before a
n And face what is to be. .
cured more than one million American Women, and It will cure \ i
nJ Don't move a book a vase a chair;
[nJ Those Sowers-detthem lie; you. When troubled with painful.irregularities, when back- :F t

fU Shp left things as they are in there aches and headaches drive out an ambition, Lydia E. Pinkham's r= l
So leave them-now and
a I'm not much of a hand for aye.dreams KBS. A. 3. DOWLCT Vegetable Compound will bring back health, strength,,,ancj: ''ha iness. ; f "
I know it's foolish when mands custom, ,tle usages.and-re
She% gone but somehow well It seems sources of New York and, above all It Gave Me New Life and Vigor
She'might coma back again. rN judgment," is die war she putalt"I -
-New 'York Times. DEAR MKS. PINEMAH: Last spring, while we were I did! ftonfltiarabli!
dinnet !
get a t'ronpaty{ courts. I trouble
more work than my strength permitted and having mental at the sates time
gym bunt fiats. rtbe, dbarye' of-a bones of health broke down and I
my completely found myself unable! to rest or eat. My nervous t.
IT'S "BUOOZE" WOW, a family In'ofee sadden Illness and system became shattered and I.was pale and emaciated and had to take to my bed.
NOTSWIRTWATST.." make funenUisn-angemeoti when necessary. My sister advised me to try Lydia E. Plnkham s Vegetable Compound and. ;I
Not to give the French pronunciation Gown o/tale pink satin finish India I which in turn was edges vy a sWrrecfrill I tats can of coaratescenl although I had no faith in patent medicines I was so miserable that.1 would take any ..
"btoote" to the word blouse is I silk, with a tiny white figure. The of very narrow pink silk ribbon. patients too 'weU>for hospital aDd. thing for relief I found that it made a complete change for the better. Inducing appetite ,
Just now tobe hopelessly out of l ioorsage was ''oftude with a narrow I The inner sleeve was made of plaited too ill to work.( And*I' hunt up.all and restful sleep and imparting new life and vigor to my entire system. J.\
fashion, says the :INtw York Times. pointed yoke of yalenciennes lace, I frills of fine white net each frill being kinds of Information ''tor I gained marry fourteen pounds, my complexion looked fresh and clear and my If
And to call a separate waist a hirt. mitered down the center and inset edged by ,a row of the narrow out of town. 'Not best friends were surprised and pleased at the change and could hardly credit the .1 j
waist" Is to commit the unpardonablesin. with an oval-shaped medallion of ,pink ribbon, the ruffles being set on whole, klieg ago'I copied a fact that Lydia E. Plakham's Vegetable Compousd hid accomplished it. +;f ,4
from book in t
No matter what the material or white Irish lace. The sketch shows a lining of the net, so that the sleeve page HOKOKA LIUJAM HIHRT, !I.: :;
style of the garment, the edtct has this yoke made with a Dutch neck, I was rather transparent This pink Lenox library for A xnaa out in Beat- 1118 31st Ave., South, Seattle Wasb. Director Seattle Dramatic club ':

gone forth that anything in the shape but a collar of) the transparent lace ribbon was also used in the bodice, tie.
of a separate waist must henctforth could ,be added if a collarless neckis I as it wi- Jormed into tow-knot design "Then. I ghre>dvice. So many people Do not let disease make heachray. Write at once to Mrs. Pinkham. Lynn. Mass. ,.

go under the generic term of blouse, not becoming. The gowd was trimmed I at the base of each lace: medallion waat advice. I tee raueh of sorrows. Her advice is free and will contain information of great value to you. Mrs.Pinkham is '; _
and that the French pronunciationof with inch-and-a-balf wide val as a study of the sketch will ex have saved.many a girl from
!tia t8 titer-in-law of Lydia E. Pickham, and for twenty-five years under her direction 1 : ..
this word must be given in all insertion and email Irish lace medallions plain. catastrophe or'from; needless expense ..
cases. the fine insertion being used i. The skirt was tucked around the by Investigating portions: that have ,and since her decease she has been advising sick women free of charge. :
'It's dreadfully hard always to remember to outline the,heavier lace figures, as bottom a wide tuck with two groupsof been offered to tat women. ; f

to say 'bloore instead of Ishown in the drawing. The upper narrow tucks being used and on No one knows betttr tain I what It Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fail '
:shirtwaist! sighed one young thing the bodice was shirred back each side of the front was a design coats to live New'York and what !It 1 t
,who was laying in a supply of toggery and front, and 'just below the lace cf lace and the medallions. The upper 1s
by {I preparatory to entering a fashionable trimming, which decorated the upper part of the skirt, while not prin- means. !
suburban school "If :you go into part was a group of narrow tucks. cesse was made so that a separate -Dirs. Dowllnj !ia practically always
one of the dear little Ingerle places The sleeves 'were very graceful in design girdle was unnnecessary the silk being employed, and her pretty apartmentsin f '1 L
and ask for a shirtwaist' it's just, the top being a very short cap shirred to a shallow foundation Harlem are evide&ce of the good re- "
awfully mortifying. They look at one I of the silk, scalloped on the edge and girdle piece of lawn and worn. over turns she"gets'tram her work.-Brook* --4 1': :
with such a stony stare, as if they finished by a. row of the-insertion, the waist. lyn Citizen. ncooking fiat both milk; ;and water quickly 1 .
didn't know what you meant. 'I absorb impurities! from the air. L: "

"But it's not that way' at all of the I Potato. When the- liquid Is in fairly large "Get i 'f .;
departmtnt stores, and I actually met I I his face brightened perceptibly. and I a physician called in. His' injurieswere The commonest-mistakes we make in quantities in pitcher or water bottle the at
one clerk the other day who didn't got ,what .I. -wanted." not as serious as they were painful -" cooking: potatoes are that we use too covering presents few difficulties, but '! 1
know what a 'blooze' was: I was and he is rapid I ,
-7J. making a recov many fried-and tootled-potatoes. PriM' often It IB necessary to leave a glasshalf D'Alemberte's"i t
in the furniture department of one :Mr and Mrs. H. P. Neuman and ery. .
potatoes ate less easily full, or medicine must be
of the big shops, and asked for a little son leaver Sunday for Montgomery .?. digested than protect-
'blooze box.* He simply started at i where Mrs. Neuman ,will remain Mr. G. F. Penley of Mobile, who food cooked: In other way T moat I ed. Cooper's i J
ime in the most inane manner. ThenI i for some time visiting Mr. Neuman's has been in Pensacola for a few days wasteful way to cook potatoes Is to A clever housekeeper tired of having : ; 4
asked for a 'blouse box," giving the : mother left'iast night ,for his home. peel them put item; In cold water, and cards slip off these glasses: or extra ,
English pronunciation of the word.I bring them slowly to 4 bott. This doilies to wash, hit upon the scheme of ,
But that 'wasnt any better. Finally I Mrs. J. Conrad 'Scott, left Tuesday Hon. J. Campbell Avery leaves,today method allow Mie'water penetrateto using small individual butter plate for 50
1 I had to.say Shirtwaist box. Then evening to'visit her.-mother at' Carra- for Atlanta. After spending a the center of the potato eo that a good covers. cents I
I belle. Mrs. Scott's mother is dangerously few days in that city he will visit his deal of the starch may be 'dissolved She keeps about a dozen or more of Iii :

;, ilL. wife and baby in Athens, Ga. Mrs. and lost, and-the potato become soggy, the butter dishes-the inexpensive I
BEAUTIFULCOMPLEXIONS. Avery is visiting her mothtr Mrs. because it has not been "cooked dry. white variety-in convenient places
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'A. McCaskill and Hart, and wll not return with Mr. On the other hind, If you put peeled or half in her medicine cupboard the rest
two young sons Edward and James Avery but will come home a few, I lent potatoes into boiling water the stowed away in different rooms. Thus Cooper's New Discovery :
left yesterday at noon for their homeat weeks later.Montgomery. I :
gluten is hardened at that when is ill of milk
Pine Barren afttr a very pleasant ':!. one (as is any one or a glass I '
R turn this with, 50 one cent stamps or i visit with Mr. and 'Mrs. J. W. Senterfitt. Advertiser: 'Mrs. Gun- other common albuminous food-the is to be kept overnight a butter plateis
15 one cent stamps with the names and i at their residence, 708 East Ce- ter Elmore of Pensacola is visiting white of an eggs, thus preventing the simply slipped bottom, down, into "
addresses to hare a of lovely twenty natural ladles color and as learn long how as I vante's street. her mother, Mrs. "Wfelch, at their homeon water from getting to the starch and the top of the glass resting on the $$1.00

! you live. This method Is now being; revealed . Clayton street, Thereby insuring a mealy; potato. edge. T
for the first time to the general :Miss Daisyp Hyer who has .:o.JI.J!! ;!. The best way to-cook: potatoes Is to The ordinary butter plate Just fits
public.face powder There or are other no cosmetics poisons bleaches In this. been the guest of Miss Lillie Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Holden have re bake them because, a dry beat being exactly most glasses in common use

Pimples blackheads and discoloration Taylor for the past two .moved from the Southern Hotel to used, none of the food vahw k lost and keeps the contents perfectly airtight SEE WINDOW, DISPLAY ; ,
S disappear forever under this method. weeks, will
goto housekeeping this the Aimera Inn where they will
Women'and girls who wish to be'be utl- re- Next order ia the boiling of
ful will be taught the simple laws of week with her mother, Mrs. Albert main until they go to housekeeping potatoes with theft: skins on. Next
beauty, and they will learn how the most Hyer in a pretty'cottage on ,West'Bel- this 'winter.Mr. KITCHEN HELPS.
beautiful and mont comes; BteDtiiag, which every' one
women of Paris guided con- sheet : ,
trolled by Master Gypsy and Greek minds, should,practice instead of the common
appeared upon the scene played the AJbedi..1 i 7' and :Mrs. J. K. Vaughan who W. A. D'A1
tame of life and carried everything be- Mrs. is visiting her II came from Montgomery to attend the tray of boiling, because It wastes less Use soap and wood ashes to brighten fi1berte
fore them with theh'' rght eyes and un- sister Mrs.. Durant wedding of Miss Vucovich and Mr. starch, wfeile giving the am. kind of pans and kettles that have been used
rtvalled complexions.J. i flavor! aDd textcro. Trying i* the least over an open!n.
H. Mrs.
L. MOCKLEY 1133 Erosdway, I idi.I Keynton Vaughan'g brother '
New York. Miss BerthaStewart who has beenhi leave today for their llama. in rational proem. Of the "fancy"methods Grease the upper inside edge of the Druggist and ,
- Mobile on a short visit with' her I I Montgomery. "rt 1Da'" is one of the easiest and pan in which chocolate is being made; Apothecary {;
aunt has returned home. I most attractive, and it has the great and it will not bon over.

t1. I Miss Sadie Stockard, of Warring- advantage of being nfol for potatoes XD old bookcase set on the table 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 f t'.
"The Best Is What We Sell" Mr. Frank Whiting, who bas been, ton who spent the summer in Arkansas unfit for other usee.-Gardea Maga beck to the wail, makes a respectable ,
absent from Pensacola several dayson has returned home. Line haftatloa of a kitchen cabinet and
a business trip, has returned i ;
3*?:,.,-'it. t aWl many steps.' '

I \Ve have received home. ......"" .- .. Hon. J. C. McKinnon of Marianna, Cvraia ca..e.: Always; place a knife which has beta
The ushers at the KeyntonVucovichwtdding Is in the city for a few, days on busi In these days of microbe the careful used In catttBg ODious immediately) ender !Peed have no terrors for youif f jl

our new were Mr.. Charlie Forum. ness. woman never lets liquid stand vecSr- the cold water spigot to prevent WASH DAY send -
Mr. Frank Penley, of Mobile Mr. ."' red for a KKS 2. Since Jt U jre.Il' the odor from clinging to the blade. you your washing !

Hardy Brux and"Mr. J. N. Vaughan: of Among tie charming ladies who W1teu washing a sieve don't use The New Method Laundry. t-1a
Buckwheat, Montgomery.Mr. will spend tOO"winte!' with IDa 'UlUe soap: A brush and clear water are PHOMEII86 t. LAWRENCE. Prop. Nn r.u.d UsndrII'|. w. ROM( IT i
Taylor at her town residence ,
are Mrs. WANTED. .
i generally all Oat is needed, but soda
Pancake Flour, I. Gugenhelm, who has J. W. Leadley :Mrs. Henry Bellinger. 1'1 .
nMrs. should be used If the sieve be
confined to his tome for several K. T. Goodloe and Mrs ,M<:.ael- greasy.
T Ralston's Breakfast with LaGrippe was able to be out Ian. Among the gentlemen composing Besides ]Every wU appointed kitchen should Ft: DAVIS
yesterday.The this congenial party are Mr. bout'of one good sieve and a first i J. JEWELER ti"
: Food, ,-7J.!. eadley.. Judge Henry Bellinger. Mr. cites skimmer of the wire gauze sort
prizes given at the Progress Frank Rielly, of Chicago Mr. Adair These are quite essential addition to Now In
Z Hominy Grits I Hagerman. Mr. C. L. Good New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St H j
Club euchre party at their last meetIng Shine. Mr. Sam Tasting the ordinary perforated utensils. | ;
: were captured by Mrs. Archie Pasco, Mr. Frank Gardner Mr.
Cream of Wheat Kosentein Mien. A iWaginer. Mr. 'Robert n t
MTS. Max Denham. Mr. '
and must the VI_ of a Correct Walk. j....,..... ..........
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lovely cut glass powder Jar was the N. A. Garrett and Mr. Tuemler. candy possess ........ .srss.. J
A who leads active $
woman -
: a"ery
Oatmeal, first prize,, the second being; a cutglass qualities of a really good life has a theory that the preservationof ;I DIAMONDS, <} WATCHES, JEWELRY i : ,ifH
talcum holder. Everybody works, ,
even father when
I food if it is to stand the good figure depends to some extent :- .
: Grape-Nuts, m. the dessert is flavored with Blue Ribbon a CLOCKS'PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE 2 H$
the manner of walking. Many
Lemon or Vanilla. of on :
The Absolutely test high-grade con-
many friends of little Nina a
i Shredded Wheat Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (II'. pure, goes twice as far and the "RJ ole fection. people she says as they advance in STERLING SILVERWARE, I i .
Stone will be pleased to learn that Ribbon Flavcr- perfection: Ask-for rears allow tbemserres to walk heavily ART POTTERY
Biscuit, she la convalescing. from typhoid he 25c size.Quality. Nunnally's Candy and without elasticity; so that the OPTICAL GOODS, J f,'
i fever. I whole weight rests on the lower part CUT GLASSWARE.
the above
at- ,
and many other .::,,':!>. Counts- Use possesses of Hw limbs at every step the only; effect -
Mrs. 3f. Vucovich leaves in a few LIGHT tributes.Ve have it of exercise being weariness of the
: CEREALS.Rosenau days for Montgomery Ala. where HOUSE BREAD.. fresh all the time. legs and feet. Instead of this the body
.. she ',will make her future home with Pfeiner'i Steam Bakvry.. 510uI4-be held'erect and poised so( as Engraving fine Stationery.

-I her daughter, Mrs. Henry Hague to haw. a perfect balance. In this way c1 j
,Keynton. I Phone No. 178 he muscles are braced and strengthened 'I

.Gerelds I Is Now' -" throughout the lungs must of necessity '
Mr. F. IA Jeter met Working; Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
with a painful Sol Calm & CO. be'well expanded, and it seems i t I .
THE FANCY GROCERS accident a few days 'ago while in Sol Calm & Co. ':-reasonable to that the k .
quite suppose t -
Alabama. The horses of the hack in .. :.' 'f
*. Th. P..F..4 St.r.. to increase of weight be
116 SOUTH which Mr. ,Jeter was driving became Temporary Location. Cerou'Irafoz sad later.leacis checked.tendency At ail events a lighter may step ;
PALAfOX ST. frightened ard ran away turning the The temporary offices of E. E. Southwest E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. -1';
vehicle over and, injuring Mr. Jeter Saunders &: eo.. and E. E. Saundersare and a brisker and more: enjoyable manner I
,Phone 391 1 quite severely..He was brought to his now located in the north-end. of Phon. 1490 of walking can be kept UP. ono \ MOBILE. ALA. 'j I {
home in Pewacola immediately ands the Keyser building. J that in ItselMi tery great gain. I........I.IIIIH..H.IIII..HH..H.... I ,ft t f

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i The Journal For] Salle ELEGANT H HOMES $ o t tJ Investment i! REAL- ESTATE$500 I 1 I

Desirable lot.on East' Hill, 80,feet'front by 132'/ feet deep. .

j "WANT" Cash or on InstallmentPlan i FOR SALE BUYS SIX P 1rOjp.e1rtyThere ) $950 : I

Two cottages on northwest corner of "B" and West Jackson streets If Immediate :

I" Is a strong demand for cottagesand $1000 : I

ADSare ......5 rooms. East Strong street. Good for J20 dwellings, $22.50-$25 something and $30 that Per will Desirable building lot on North. Hill 75x150 feet. :

$3000.00.for I for small family. Can we Interest you In building a few $1500 :

I$4750-Elegant 6-room modern home on such houses Desirable, ene..story..cot. on.East. Gadsden street, splendid neighbor
North HilL$25OG6rooms" .... t :
212 West Wright street, I .."

tonic for "rundown" a very desirable 8-room and I block from Confederate Take a look at the five lots and 6-room i.-- $1750Ten i
a a monument; bath gas electric Eleventh or of Cervantes lOts Investment.
on Alcaniz and cottage on the northwest corner on North Baylen street. splendid
hall residence with lot. connection etc. the
large Lee street, three and four and Rens streets. Just across
$4200-7 roomS. North Alcanlz corner rooms and hall back And street from Mr. Cafiero's two new and is t $1800 :
business $1200.00 Cervantes, 90 feet front by; 125 up-to-date cottages. This property Two-story Dwelling containing 7 rooms on North Davis street. .
front all rented a\ _
galleries; at the pri
feet deep; gas bath, etc. good :
$1.50 each a. week. Would -$3350 :

for 2 houses on the southeast $3500-10 rooms, East Gadsden near cost more to build houses $3500.List i Six cottages on southeast corner of "A" and LaRua streets, splendid rert4
A trial will convincethe Methodist church ;bath gas and and presents a fine opportunity era.
everything modern.
corner of Strong and DeVil- to someone with a I $4000 !

hers Sts., renting for $13 a thousand dollars by buying :i and satisfactory your' property results.with us for quick i Block No. 240 New City tract very desirable. on' 16th Avenue, containing! :
skeptical. them all together and selling
most month. FOR RENT. r 20 lots each about 40x13214 feet. .
them separately. -
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I $4000 :
$20.00-Six-room house, bath.. gaa, etc..
816 East La Rua street. I Fire and tornado Insurance. i Desirable lot on northeast corner of Garden and DeVTIIlers streets, es,. 4
See blank below. Money to loan at lo-west. market rate. ; ILIURRY : closed and has good stone walk, lot 120 feet on Garden by 139 feet on 4
of Interest. DeVllllers. A genuine bargain.HOOTON .
Mortgages on real estate in this. .city 'I. "- :

I HELP WANTED. bought street All of now and the for sold.Maxent sale. Tract west' Of "C" I I Just suitable Two south brick for of warehouse stores'Romana on' Tarragona or each store 27x30 purpose street feet,;' i L S. Brown & Co., I & WATSON i

WANTED-.Neat white girl to do office I THE RENTAL AGENTS :
work. Apply room No. 1. Masonic McDA VID-BYER CO. WE .SELlLOTS. .

.-- JV I Temple.ANTED-A cook. For particulars 19oct., call Fisher Real f Estate Agency Is Your Home Agents New YorkUf. Phone'918. Thiesen Building i Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, i

at 14 East Government street., Ioct2w COLLECTION OP.. RENTS A Insurants Company. I '
I A.1."TED-Carpenters wanted. Apply SPECIAl:.TV. S I1lsure.d ? 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., I No- 37 S. Palafox Street.- Phone No. 54. i

a- Gouldlng Fertiliser Company. 14oct"HVANTED Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. If not, have It covered Phone 700. Pensacola Fla. FOR SALEBUILDING H.................O.......O. .............4-......"

_ -Nurse who will live on the I first-class companies. We
:MATERIAL of all grades and
premises. Apply to Mrs. Rosenau represent them.

,Corner 12th avenue and 13th street.ltoctlw 4 WANTED. I I, $1'3 your kinds and order up.going to Rough iJoel Frater Dressed.$10 and 310 lumber up.Baylen Phone at LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.

SCANTED to work-In Good press Apply and Journal steady. WANTED"- -Position as clerk. Can give once.street wharf who can fill. your ISoctlw order at .Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.

&>ress room after 8 p. m. best of references. Address "1I. A.." 'ijtstORM
; black- Trains Not. Trains NOL
WANTED smith and-First-class woodworker.carriage Good position THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE.. I five A comfortable southern one-story exposure cottage on electric with J 4 3 11l:05PmJll:55am
*or right man, Address John G. Welsh. Real Estate I j Has not affected the values of Real East Jackson street $1500.00.: Lv..Pensacola..M 6:0Oamiis
'Carriage Works. ,__Pensacola,_Fla._ ____9oct of New official York-Notice to which Policyholders.The be buildings car Mouton line &on Watson Leading Real EstateAgents. 5iOamni 6:20pm .................) mem.................Lv 9ISpm,1lltarn: :: !
statement may and Estate In this city $1.00. The 17oct5t 9:10pm ................ ............... t 1.Opm8.33uu! :
1:oll\'TED-A competent nurse 701 North used as a ballot for voting by mail hav- Insurance.Phone i and wharves that were destroyed 1:25pm! 3:11am Ar..Nashville...._............Lv 8:4am\ %:%4mLv.

k Palafox St. ToctrTHE October thgbeen 11 sent, any-to voter each failing policyholder to receive on :will be replaced by more 'substantial FOR 'SALE-Lodging' house, corner .of 8:0Opmt'33an' ............;;.... .................. 8flam 2.oi1:25am
PUBLISHERS of Good Housekeeping tm same In due course Is requested to 462. 112 S. Palafox.MISCELLANEOUS Pensacola has before' it PalaftfX 'and Main streets, known as 8.15am .................. \ .................. 3:00am: Slope
r Magazine want representatives send his name and address to the company jbuildings.the brightest fall of its future.. I have Dunn's.; Lodging House.' An established 7:40am! :10pm: .................. .................. 8:45pm: 2.J/TI/
fcoth local and to traveL They pay.v.eryVtlberal New York City In order that a l business; everything: complete; a good ?:SOpmj 3:21am .................. .................. 3:2iam: 2llas
commissions and also give large duplicate may be sent him. !jirtade arrangements, to take ill the investment"f'or the right man. H. Muller, :10am. 8:30am: ................... ................. 1:45am, t.Ip1D:
f-cash prizes. For terms write. giving I property offered below Its market 400 S. Palafox. 16oct 7Oamf1/n'n/ ...... :........ ............. ;....Lv U.OOpm e'pp!!,
references. to Good 'Housekeeping. WANTED--To rent. a six-room house In I.value. If you are afraid of Pensacola
Agency Dept. Springfield. Mass.. Goct2w'WANTED4IQWt a desirable neighborhood by a permanent TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruit I Real Estate bring it to me, I will buy FOR SALE One horse and wagon'2; BETWEEN PENSACOLA MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
tenant. ,Address. Box 103.. City. trees of all kinds; also hedge plants I buggies fine cow. seven head of hogs. 6&12&34&1 -
3& 2
referenceS. fifteen"gOOd 19octlm furnished and planted by S. D. Jacksoq .it from you.Some I 3 dozen chickens. gentleman's saddle and
hustling sober men to represent therlanters terms to suit referI;I 2 sets of harnessApply to Mrs. C. L.I 7OOarn'ilO5pm' 11:55am Lv..Pensacola..Ar ) 5.00am 4:0Opmn Upm
customers. Best
> Live StDck Insurance Co. ofThomasvUl. Address S. D. i Money In These. I Wilkerson near Kupfnan's Park. 10:45am 2:55am: 4:1pm At..Mobile....!......Lv 112:40am i1sSami :2.iipmn
l *. Ga For particulars Address WANTED six-room: cottage to rent; ences. Jackson City. I I 14octlw 6:00pm 1:15am, 8:15 mAr.... .... NewOrleans..Lv I 8:15pm ... -' !I. ;a'TI
Pierre G. BUsaoB, Tallahassee.. Fla. Ref willing to pay 325 and willing to take 14octlm i A quarter block (5 lots) cor, 12th
erence. Capflai City Bank. Tallahassee two years' lease. Address. Box 84. City. WAGON AND CARRLVGE SHOP-We _street; and 18th avenue, overlooking' FOR SALE Boat' suitable for freight. FLOMATON PENSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.

;fTIa. 2C Sept. Imo._ iSoctiwWANTEDA are now in our new quarters, 214 East j['the Bayou one of the highest points! passengers or .towing. Length 66 feet, 21 I 5 J I 1 I TT ,i Trains do not stop at stations 2 I 4 I\ C 'U
__ -WAN'rED--4t: cace white nurse for chil- I htendencia, and prepared to do everything 'In New City two blocks from car line i beam 18 feet, draught 4 feet, tonnage 29 Daily I Dally[Daily(Daily|' where no time is shown I Daily! Daily]Dailvj! PaRy
dren. Apply 137 West Gregory.! Sept 28.ANTED lady of experience desires in wagon and carriage building and j tons net. Power two 25 horse-power ...... 4:55 %:30 .. .. 2
position is repairing. E. L. Herring. City. 14oct I.very cheap at 1100. Murray & Tregurtha gas engines. Lauch- 2.601 Lv..Fiomaton.. ...Ar U:4' 1:2:: 151
-w: -. L ......
m I for J. 5:0. %:41 .3:05 ----------Bluff Springs ......... 1:15 8b' .....
boys. Apply at this office. work. Address "E.' L., General MUSIC-Miss Cawthon's Studio. where in state. 5500. Rowley.. :
Delivery. Ala. ISoctlw Brent Building. Voice and piano. Special'.Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn't.touched West Palmbeach Fla. 7oct2w ...... 6:11 .2.61 .3:20f: ... ..........McDavid .......... .. j 12:22' 1:05 8:06, .. .
Evergreen attention given to correct breathing and I[. by the water: and not a singletree ...... 5:30 3:04 ..3:36 ........Pine Barren....,...... .. %: 15 7:51 ....
placement. Miss Beatrice White takes blown down. One of the prettiest SECOND-HAND SAFE for sale. used ...... 5:39 3:13 .3.50f ...............l1011no .............. : 1:43
BOARD AND ROOMS. WANTED desk I 1 ...... .5:43 ...... ......... .
-Second-hand roller-top ; pupils in primary piano elocution and I only one year. Address P. O. Box 492. .4:041: ...Quintette............ : .1:3. -
must be in good condition. Apply to dramatic art. Phone 1284 Miss Caw-j: sites for a residence and the safest W. S. Hooton 12 E. Intendencia. Toct ...... .5:53 .3:2& : ..COttage Hill .......... .11:44.1:29; -
_ TWO nicely furnished front rooms .for A. Friedman. ISoctlw S.I thon; 810 Miss White. Hoct in the city of Pensa ta $S.OOO. ...... .5iii 39 .4:15 ........Cantonement.......... : 12:26
gentlenifta privilege of bath and phone; J( FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen ...... .6:01 .3:34 .43: .. ........:..GonzaJe&............ ... : ,.12fl .
convenient to Cast Hill car line; fine lo- WANTED TARRANCE & ADAIR. Livery De-. f: Wanted: & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood ...... .6:03 *3:36 .1:25. .............Roberta.....;........ .11:33.1:19 .
cation. Addceu.Landlord. ," care The -Situation as grocery sales-I Funiak; single or double teams. night 1 case. 'A bargain. Piano ran be seen ...... .6:15 .3:45 : .........,...Ol1ve.............. .
Journal. ISoctlw dress man: twenty" years'JournaL experience. or day; new rigs good service polite 1,I; A house in good neighborhood and by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. ...... .6:21 .3:51. ..4:11)/./ ...............Brf'nt.............. ...11:221.12:09 .
care I .. 6:26 3:54 4:521 .. ............ -
I drivers. Give us a trial bone 59. / near business district for about : ; Goulding ..11i:1lt12:0l
TWO connecting rooms furnished suitable II I 6oct1m !i' FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furniture :: ::: $jI) ._fi2'l.! A;. :::. :.:Pensacola..Lv : 11:56 ; :
for \\fht housekeeping: excellent neighborhood A.\"TED-We want 100 bright young I 3000. business at 133 E. Intendencia St. 110' :2-kl-I-T I
caar business district Apply men and women to enroll with us and DRAWINGS all kinds; Hull. Englre. j I I List your property with for sale. Address Box 325:: City. 2oct PM I I I i :
phone _6(3. ISoctlw qualify for the many business positions I Patent Office machine and raise, made me _!_ __ _ __ _ t I I
1I.e are called upon to fill. We have dozens -I at reasonable rates. Patentable ideas developed. -' AUTOMOBILE-Sell or trade: nearly 5:() ...... ......1 1:0 ......... ......... 1010 _.... .. I
ROOMS AND BOARD for $3.50 per we k. of calls every month that we are Sail boats. launches. Address new and in good condition will sell or C 7:13 ............Bohemia............ ..... ....
Good ea\ lc. Apply Mrs. Laura Gomez unable to fill. Terms easy. Day and W. C. McGowan. Pensacola, Fla.. Sseptlm J : W. Bullock Jr.Real trade for a good horse. Address J. C. S 5:20..S. 7:15 ...........Gull Point........... .. : 1.......
200 Weal Romana. 17oct2w night classes. Pensacola Business Col- ] J. Brashears Milton Fla. 6octlm S .... ............Ynlestra............ ..... .... ..
_ ___ I & lege., Telephone 900 or 1037. 14octlw MATTRESSES REN'OVATEDew tick 1 S 5:29..C: 7:18. .............E.scambla............. ...10 8. ..... .. !
ROOMS FOR RENT with privilege of furnished if desired. Guaranteed. I FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwelling C 15. .!olulat..........' .. ... : ..... ..
light housekeeping: use of bath and Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave I Estate 'and Mortgage Loans excellent location near ice factory; C 5:40..S. ..... ....... .......Harp.............. ... .
phone; onor 7e1ine. Apply 900 E. Jackson. WANTED-Board with private family on : orders at Watson Parker & Reese Co.'s. ': Cor. Government and DeLuna 81s.I good trade large lot, good water reason- S .. '7:3:;. .. CIt)"............ ..... :

phont lloctlm ment.East or Telephone North Hill 900. by lady of 14octlw refine I sept?;. .1'I Box 173. Phone. 637 able. Chtpley Marianna.Fla.Fla. AddressW. lOoctlm S t i ::::::.:::::: :: .. i P.ange....:::::::::: .? ?=.::::::..::::: ;' :: :

__ FOR REJfr-Two unfurnished rooms. F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian well drilU S ..Holts.............. .... .7:47--------3:
Call or address J. A. Blllingsley. 14 E. WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay I ers for saw mills and turpentine stilTs FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply C 6:35..o. .Mllllgan............. ':1% ...... .
Government street. 16oct2wFIRSTCLASS 15c dozen. I handle all leading brandg. especially: Geneva. Ala., and Gracevllle.Ha. ;1 to The Lewis Bear Co. 6oct .. ..;......... .':04....... .
of wines beers and whiskies. Preparedto put wells torn 4 to 12 I .. Land........... ..............
: week rooms and board by day. manufacture that well-established cough inches diameter and from ]9'> to icon feet FOR SALE *"lne well grown Barred C 8:33.-. .. '::10 ..-.110ssy lIead.......... 8:33 ...... .
or month, at 22: East Garden. medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragonaand depth. Satisfaction guaranteed. 12neJm j, WRECKING BARGE Rock Cockerels. March and April ':16.. ........... '::3;;.. ........DeFunlak Springs._..... .8:13... ..... :
I3oct2w Government Sts. lloct r-atches. $1.00 to $2.00; hens last year's C 9:30...... ..... : 7:44.,...... ..
PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to i J. H. PORTER, sallmaker 718 South breeders, $1.00 each. airs. Lizzie B. 9:5% ...... ..... 9:41..Argyle..e 7:29 ...... :
board on North Hill. second door from Palafox street. Orders taken for tents,J I Hughes. Chipley Fia. 27septlm 10:1%........ ..... : ... 1:11.. ....... :
oar line. For particulars address: ? o. 8 SMALL HOUSE or cottage by reliable : awnings,' camp stools and house cots:: I I 10:22....... ......10:15.. ............Caryvllle............. .7:12 ...... .. :
East Strong. 12octlm tenants. Address 222 West Cervantes i etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan, SALVOR FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timber 10:4 ............ 1 ......... ......Bonifay....... ..;. 6:55...... ..
street Soct land. ,l2JD saw mill timber and sawmill 11:1% ...... ...... 10 .............Chtpley............. ':31... ..... .. : ;
TWO FURNISHED or unfurn'shed! rooms CHAZ\"DLERS-McKlnzie Oertingr I 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several 11:29 .......... ''" : .. 11...... .. :
for rent for light housekN' lng. Phone WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old & Co.. wholesale and retail ship chanj- FOR SALE. PRICE REASONABLE. good farms and town properties. 11:13....... ....... ...........Cottondale........... 6:18...... .. :
1102 or apply room 3, 204% South Pala- hats made new. Cleaning. pressing : lers and grocers. Only first-class ,house Write Gentry & Setterlind Chipley Fla. 1:10.. ..... ...... .)Iarlanna...;.......... .6:00.......
fox. _ lloct and blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. : of kind In city. Fair prices to alt _ _ 23sept 1:44....... ...... :3i .............Cypress..... ...... 5:38.......
FORt2NT-One cr two newly furnlsueJ Panamas. lou; Straws 23c: ; Felt. 33c: ; .1:5i........ ...... ..........Grand Rldge.._.. ... 5:32.: .....
front rooms.; southern exposure; with Jerbys[ %5c. Victor Louis 100 E. Inten- I CARRIAGES repaired ai-* repainted. 170 gross tons, schooner PANAMA CANAL. EDITION of The 1:13.- .. : ... ..............Sneads.........".... 51........ :
'privilege of phone. Vo. 1 1354. Location dencia street. AU come in. 6octlm Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga Journal-a magnificently illustrated .... ....... .
(desirable\V. Gregory.and near business center. :21 ettim 42. WANTD-AU. owners or poultry to pany.specialty. .J.. W. Welsh Carriage Com 27fel, rigged, Sheathed with yellow magazine the city ,and containing harbor.scores For n ale* views it all of 1.AM:; g..::::::..::::::. .. Ar ::..Jacksonville., ,-.: Lv: ..AI:; ...:::::: :::::: ;:

know that we are agents for the cele- metal equipped'with anchors book stores or at The journal office. By
FOH RENT-Rooms cheap; real. newly brated Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guar- UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie mail 20 cents. ,Ilsept: Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and ? carry through sleeping car
clean furnished rooms suitable for anteed to cure cups cnolera, gape and to MILTON Mims.. Proprietor. Furniture repairing -- hoisting engines, boilers, cola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
light housekeeping on the hilL Location .
kill flea, lice and mites. Also their of all kinds. carpets laid. furniture -- FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam ,Trains atop on sIgna.l.I '
Ugh and healthy. Close
to car line. wonderful egg producer. F. S. Mcllen & for shipping. Phone 63.:: wrecking 'pumps,;steel haw engine steam drying room moulds
Privilege of phone packed ,
gas. Apply 314 E. Co Phone No. ::::4. ISapr. and everything complete for carrying on .
Phone 1213. Next to Tampa landing. 22april -'---- -.g
lOaiigI sers, cable chains ,and suction business together with the finest bed o(
WANTED once a four or five-room pottery clay in Escambia county. Located PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY the company.
-cottage. Must be close in and in good MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE- pipes. Address Jacksonville right in the city." Apply to or address I Passengers are earnestly requested ',)
LOST.LOST to order old
made P. Reese.
Mattresses ; ones R. ISseptf I to the .
-- nal.neighborhood. Address 123 Care 25sept Jour- renovated. New ticks furnished. Second .-: Towing and, Wrecking promptly inattention report to duty or general discount office on n>

OR STOLKX-In sleeper.attached hand furniture bought and sold. Upholstering FOR SALE-Nice home. good location for Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam the part of employees and to mak epeciflc -
Wednesday evening train from TAILORING-B. L. Diamond. Tailor.Gent's and repairing done. lit E. Co.,. Jacksonville Fla. chicken farm. Enquire Chas. Lorange. Train and Electric Car Schedule : criticisms of service.
Jacksonville a lady's small gold \\atch. clothing cleaned pressed and repaired Belmont St., city. Phone i71.. DaviS'Mfg. 1913 West Jackson St. lOoctl6t'FOR Effective June 19,1908. JOHN W LEADLET
Reward will be paid for its return to on short notice. NO. 11& West Co.. C. T. Davis Mgr. > I I Manager.
SALE-Good mowing machine 5 fLout BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND BIG
Assistant Engineer Bryan. Revenue Government St.. Pensacola, Fla. ,
"Penrose." 19oct2t* STRAYED OR STOLEN.STRAYED ; one ten ft. self dump all steelI BAYOU.Lv.
reamer ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet ?
rake 2-section all '
H. steel
hay ; one harrow
.WANTED R. Bingham wants your Iron Worker; ; cornice work and sky- ; Pensacola.. Lv. Big Bayou. I GA. FLA. & ALA. RY.
boat I two hot blast heating ':00 (:20 10.30 ,
I t.oSThlp marked. "J oach VP moving and hauling. He guaranteesall specialty; roofing guttering and stoves'! burn coal 6 a.m. p.m. a.m p.m.
of KungsbacKa. in stern;>was lost.from breakage. Phone 630. lights a 315 South Palafox St. Phone OR STOLEN-Durham cow, I or wood; one tank force pump. capacity I 7 a.m. 10:00 p.m. 7:30 Lm. 11:30 p-m. CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE
alongside my ship Saturday night, 13th repairing. 2junelmEDUCATIONAL. dark color with stripes; one horn Ii bbl per minute; one Aermotor wind mill; I 8 a-m. 11:00 p.m.' ?:30 Lm.r Tallahassee Atlanta
October, B06. Reward for tie-turn to B. WANTED-Carriages repaired and repainted -: 1316. slightly defective. Return to Pearl Eagan. I one twenty-Inch foot power tinner's 9 a.m. 9:30 a.m. Fla., to
Home and receive reward. 18o2t
Andersen Master Swed. bark floats built order 10 10:30 a.m.
"Noach ; to : ; horse lahear; 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine I Ga.
VL" I J. G. Welsh Car 11 11:30 a.m.
16oct shoeing a specialty.. double barrel hammerless shot gun; Mar- a.m.
I riage Co.VTr.DThe. lln repeating rifle 32-calbre. G. E. Bard- 12 noon 12 JO p.m.1 .- ROUTE- YOUR FREIGHT
LOST-Brown Collar Fur. Lost on *shar. Bluff Springs. Fla. 2$ Sept 1m p.m. 1:33 p.m. to
Tarragona street, between 32 E. Gregory MercJ.ants Transfer Co. FOR SALE. : i p.m. 2:40 p.m. Southwest and West
and Wright streets. Reward for return wants your movln? and hauling. All MRS. lOLA BARTON MASON win open ONE Kranich & Bach Piano as good as I tIc PURCHASES the receipt for the fin 3 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Georgia
to 32 E. Gregory street. 'ISoctlwHOTELS. breakage guaranteed. T. B. Therein. a school of Shorthand and Typewriting. new at a bargain. Apply to W., at est of cosmetics. Box 336. ,<3ty.i 3UO p.m. 4:00 p.m. "- Florida.
Proprietor. Fhon3 978. October 10. Apply either at 314 S. Al- White's Pharmacy 106 South Palafox 23 1>t1rr.o. 4 p.m. 4.30 p.m.
4:30 5.00
rants or Typewriter Exchange. 313 street. 19oct3t p.rn p.m. Via
WANTED-All kinds of electrical work.I Brent building. 2octlm FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures 5:00 p.m. &:H p.m. Steamer Lines Carrabelle
sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand FOR SALEnehorse wagon and har- pool and billiard tables etc. In a fine 6:35 p.m. 6-00 p.m. ,
other electrical supplies. When you MISS GEORGIA SE SIBA.. graduate of ness. Apply to 402 North 9th Avenue. location. At a ,bargain If sold at once. 6:00 p.m. (.30 p.m. Fla.
DROWN HOUSE-DeFunlafc Springs. need me ring 345 or 955. E. W. Peake Knox College Illinois and Ferris t .19oct3t. Address box 103. City. 2isept (.30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Good beds. airy rooms. elegant meals: New Star Laundry Bldg. E. Garden. Kindergarten College Mich., win opena 7.00 p.m. 7.34 p.m. and
free bath and sample rooms. Special Kindergarten and Primary SchooL Oc I FOR SALE CHEAP-100 nice' clean FOR SALE-Four good schooners suit- 735 p.m.8:00' p.m. GA. FLA. & ALA. RY.
attention to traveling men. Rates $:.00 WANTED Second-hand sacks of all descriptions tober 1. at her home. 812 12th street. t syrup barrels. Apply to Vucovich Copperage able for.lake. sound and river. Ad- 5:00 p-m. 9:30 p.m. ,
per day. J., R.: Brown Prop. wanted. It out of town ship Terms $3.00 per month 25seplm ', Co., DeLuna street. ISoctlw dress '"M. care Journal. 21aug Saturday only. Low rates, quick service to TallaiaI
them to us; If In town. ring us up at No. tee and Qulncy. Fla.. Balnbrldge Arlington
,4IIOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the 334. or bring them to us at corner of BETWEEN- PENSACOLA AND. FORT and Cuthbert, Ga.
year. American and European plan. Chase and Alcanlz Sts. F. S. Mellen & BARRANCA For Rates and Information write to
Special summer rates. First-class In Co. 2sjuly: .Lv. Pencacola. Lv. Fort Barranca
7:15 8:00 J. H. :McWILLIAMS, .
-I every reapect. Pleasant and conven- a.m. -
ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop.. Pensa- WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. ':50 a.m... Ila.m. G .F._ A P. AM Cambridge Ga.
cola. Fla. l&apr 11:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m.
: MONEY Td'LOAN.WE 12:50 p.m. 2,00 p.m. .
BAT HOTEL: -Open night and day. Eu- 3:50 p.m. 5:10 p.m. and

:: Transient ropean Rooms solicited.light 575-579 and clean.South have a few thousand dollars which Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help, have anythingto 8.30 6:20 p.m.* '7:00:00 pun.p.m. Pensacola St. Andrews

j Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau Prop.FOUND. we can place on good security at 7 and Saturday only. Gulf Steamship Co.
8 per cent. Consult Hooton & Watson sell rent, exchange or wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the Steam' train 'leaving Pensacola af 735 STEAMER TARPON.W. .
Leading Real Estate and Insurance a. m.. will stop between Pensacola and G. BARROW Master.
I Agents. 17oct5t work. Big Bayou only to take on passengers for FTRST-CLA5S PASSENGER AND
points beyond Big Bayou. Stem -train FREIGHT SRRYICJ6.Between .
MONET LOANED on real estate and leaving Fort Barrancas at El p. m_ I --
personal property on short notice. will top between Big Bayou and Pensa PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHICOLA .
; FOL'"l\"D-A bunch of keys on postoffice Terms easy. ..1.V.. Bullard. 28 tf South cola only to put off passenger from beyond CARRABELUE. ST. AN-
steps Sunday. October 14. Owner can Palafox St. Phone!. 1144. Big Bayou. Other steam trains win DREWS. MIULVILLE.
get same by proving property and paying SIX ..ORDINARY WORDS MAKE: ONE LINE. make all stops. Each electric car makesall I And all points on St. Andrews Bay Car
for this ad. 19oct I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight stops. rabelle and Apalachlcola.
per cent. If you have any that you .. The above schedule: and regulations SCHEDULE. ,
want interest on. see me about It. It subject to change without notice. Leaves Pensacola Sunday 8:30 P- '".
will be absolutely safe on real estate Local Freight Regulation for :Mobile. Ala. '.
BARBER SHOPS. security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. Freight shipped by the 7.15 a.. m. Leave Pensacola, Tuesday. 80 P m.
I train will be received only for point forSt. Andrews, MUlville, ApalachlcfACarrabelle :
MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows ; .:'. ; ; ," beyond Big Bayou and win not be received and Intermediate points
MILTON-When visiting here have your money from Jno. A HaU & Co.. 14V: 4 later than 1:05 a. nu AH other For additional Information arply' '
tonsorial work done by Ira Mims. WillIng St. When \ -' > SAUNDERS.E .
E. Government In need cal > Week par trains leaving Penacola not J. R.
; street, opposite jail. Clothes and on us.MONEY. later than J:50 p. m,' carry freight for R. COBB President
1 hats cleaned and repaired. Convenient any point, but freight will not be re- General Frt. and Pass. Ast- Pen

to hotels. Phone 63. 26aug : ; LOANED on an kinds of personal _. '' ,- <.i.. .. calved later than 20. minutes before sche sacola, Fla. .
property on short notice. Terms .. .. duled departure of trains. The 1:00 a. m. -
easy. J- B. Gray & Co-, 2 W. Romana. Sunday train may carry light perishable
I- phone 1165. Ifeb freight under some circumstance. by special TELEPHONES
FOR RENT. permission. Electric -
car.T not
amount of '. > freight .. .. . *
UNLIMITED money to loan :.. : mrry or packages of any description Editorial Rooms. {
1' FOR RENT. Some: nice stores on East on all kinds of personal property. Special except medicine urgently need Business Office. .. _. *!)
Government street; cheap rent. The rates to business men on larg ed. Shipper are requested to bear these with The Journal
Fisher Real Estate Agency. ljuly loans. Th New York Loan Co.. 204)4) regulation In' mind that Inconvenience To communicate '
_ _ South Palafox. : nay not be caused. during the day time use the bUiDC!
FOR RENT -A. R. Bingham has storage Rates-The rate on a't ad filling he above. pa e is 25 cents first inSertion These freight regulations. subject, .. to office phona. No. 1500. To communIcate -
THOS PEBLEY-Real Estate and Loans. bange without *
room for rent, suitable for furniture : notice.' at night a
-j or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar- Up-stairs. corner .Palafox and Romana and 5 cents a day for each additional consecutive insertion. Send cash with the ad. Any'further Information regarding pas- with The Journal No. :3$.
f tagona street. Phone 33. StK. 12septlm bad by applying .to_the .general p.ffic.oZ the phcae. r

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-th \much accuracy. although: thor 1
VINE HUNTING[ SEASON Js some basis for I': ,
estimate. Deer are LICENSES ARE DUE SHIPPING 1 ,
---- be found In nearly Iot the sIxteen 'NEWS \j
counties of the state: but there 1 '

: Good Sport Promised In the : three, principal regions where they i OCTOBER 1st --. ;
most abound Coffee Beer t i iI
: :: and mo t important Arrived Yesterday. or

Big Game Country. the great region north of Bangor. The city ordinance: readsas Irene Aust ss. CerellcH, 2314 New I Ii

. around the Penobscot river and Moose- Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. i ,: J

AND MOOSE BOTH NUMEROUS head lake: ; second, the coast countiesof follows : : Steamship.,*. JZa. > I f.3 TaKe Your Choice of : I
: JEER; Washington and Hancock, and, "Any person delinquentfor : :: : :- fi'

. third, the Rangeley lake region. Acacia. Br ss. Thomas, 1848. Buenos 1. -. a Drug or a Food
than 30 in
more days payment 1 Ayres to Gulf Transit Co.
Since t' fWo;
: |tr* ,AM Seem to Hav. Gratlr laertBsed I from construction of the ralroad! of licenses due shall be Alicia Br ss, Insram; 1316. Ham I ,
Bangor into the North
In KnB ber_Thr_ Chief great ,burg to John A Merritt &. Co.' .4 '
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: DHYSICINSdecrecoffeetobea f )
woods an accurate account has beenlpt required to a penalty of Br :: -
pay I August Belmont, ss, Clarke, .
Befflon Where Deer Abound Ho C 2-:%:? ;;:: JL slow poison a pernicious drug. It
,of the game shipped out of that 50 2967, Newcastle on Tyne to Gulf :i', .
cent. darkens the blood the liver
: TUltinff Hunter Lea About '!,- per 1t. :;;: ; clogs f "
region by rail. Last year the number Transit Ccf.Aiminister : t .. !'- : weakens the heart, and rums digestion. : ; .
the State'Each Se..... This notice is ,. -
: 000.OOO In of moose thus transported was 216 'I' given Br ss, .Spink. 1231. Havana I \ ia .:: : I On the other hand, doctor'sdeclaro I t i :
and of deer 4,791. Some authorities estimate through to master. properly brewed '
: Tbe lawful: season for shooting deer : courtesy. \ 3 .% iThatpurebottledbeer, i '
that Benedict Br ss, Roberts 1758 malt and like
not,more than one-halt the from hops
: fc Maine, which recently opened conBtnei \V. G. DAILEY, Kngston: to S. P. Siotter Co. k :; .(
game killed is sent out by rail:the remainder -
. through till Dec. 15. says a Ban- City Treasurer. Degama, Br S3, Keene, 2245, New p3
eaten in the woods
being Orleans to A. A. Brown &: Co. i:
: rot respondent of the New York wasted or transported by native bunters Office at People's Bank; cor. E. O Saltmarsh, Br ss, Rogers. GERST BEER

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: j5: and continues until Dec 1. nungti conveyance. Euterpe, Br ss, Wale 2298 Las J Ja

. ", of men and not a few women, Assuming that this Is a fair estimate. -- Palmes to Gulf Transit Co. 'I is eminently wholesome and essentially :
"food-stuff" of the highest
then in the north of Bangor Ida. Aust ss. Hre?llch. 2093 New
from other
: E0<'j':: residents states value. It cleans the liver, enriches thePETER
about 10,000 deer were killed last season -'i GULF CIIY COFFEE CO. Orleans to Gulf Transit Co.
during the hunting the builds tissue
T.S.I: Maine season. blood,tones op nerves, .
Kirkstall Br ss, Hinde. Colon to
and, allowing an equal number for .
: Reports from all parts of the bisgaxe H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. master. stimulates gastric secretions and wonderfully
all other parts of the state combined ; digestion. Containing .
country that deer and Tapton, Br ss, Trtittcrs, 2300 Montevideo promotes ;
say moose
Roasters Blenders and of
: Shippers
the total kill would be about 20000. 1 only! 31-2 per cent,alcohol,it can truthfully f
, j-e numerous, while bears seemed to few of these animals to. master. be termed a temperance food-bev '
.s for moose, Nicholl. 1.
Tugel Br. ss, 2141 Car.
: tare greatly Increased in number were killed outside.. f the Penobscot Fine CoffeesOUR diff to H. Baars & Co. erage. Doctors prescribe it for the ,

: One bull moose at least one year pld and Moosehead regions; although some COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL 1 Vidar, Nor S3, Aruesen 1084, Suguala weak and sick. Keep it in you,"home! t'.

. ma 'wo deer constitute the legal allowance handsome 'specimens are' taken at GROCERS. GIVE THEM, A TRIAL. Grande to Hyer Bros.

: of big game to each hunter. Rangeley and< the total number killed -, i I Vivina, Span ss, Arrotegan 1981, "_ TH Wit. GK&ST TOZWING OX, NasbrQle.Tom. !

last year in Maine probably did not exceed iI I Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co.
caoo( <;e are perpetually protected.
: tow
300-that is, the number legally Ships. BELL Wholesale Dealer
. There are no caribou In Maine. The killed, for there is no way of findingout Avanti Nor shIp. Anderson 164S ---::::>
: pena!tr for. illegal killing of deer Is $-10 London to order. =- ,
the extant of the slaughter by urCTURco3 STIL'MRKET LI1 : F

: fae for each deer so killed, for megalkllllng' poachers In.the far north. bon master Port_shIp Barros, 506, Hi ,

of moose a,fine of 'JOO"or $1,000 What is ,Maine's revenue from the -
Canada Br. Rio -
Spurr. 2237 --- ,
o' four mont: a:-'Imprisonment for each big game That is another question upon Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. 1-- -.. -.---- '

moose- Nonresidents must pay a $15 which ther is a divergence of opin- Hildegarde, Br ship, Bohlman 1610, I DIRECTORY

license fea for the privilege of bunting: ion and a wide range of estimate. The Bremen to order. Coal and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer.Get :

bte! game They may ship their legal amount of money spent: in the state by Ingrid, Nor. ship Dannell 1260. .

allowance out of the state and need fishermen and hunters has been estimated Antwerp to MeL Oerting & Co. before orders. We PROFESSIONAL. 'L j
our prices placing your .
Lena Ita 1581 Lon
] ship Tassara
sat accompany It if the game bears as high as $2,500,000 annually, "
don to order. sell Jellico Galloway and Alabama best coal -- .
lump ----
license ,
tBs or coupons detached from the undoubtedly a gross exaggeration. It f' .f

. !! Is generally estimated that the nonresidents Afredo, Uruguayan Bark, bk, Maragas, We still maintain our up-to-date i ice delivery T. G. YATES, M. D, ,j tl ':

So many people hare been killed or spend $100 on an average for 387, Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. system. Our price for ice on platform at factory is ,
wounded by reckless gunners in the every deer they kill and $500 for every Optician. i
Aifhild Swed hit. Svensen, 1352Durban '
25 hundred p. 1
woods that the legislature has enacted moose, and the number cf visitors Is I to master.. cents per pounds or over. Phone 232. ,
this! law set at 10,000: annually. Altogether !It Andrea, Nor bk, Quale, 114, Durbanto The Moore Ice Company ,. 7308'Thiesen Building. : r

Whoever while on a hunting trip or In Is quite probably that visiting hunters master. ., t

toe pursuit of wild game or game birds leave about $1,000,000 in Maine evertseason. REPORTNO Avon, IUL bk, Avegno 147V Genoato Factory Corner Garden and Manresa Streets, t'i. ".f
. MgUgently or carelessly shoots and master. Frederlclc"Ausfal< F. M. Blount..AUSPIELD ., :
nviTi<*.. nr VI71. nn-r human being shall Campbell, Nor }k. Hausken, 1100 P. O. Box, 422. Phone 232 .:. & BLOUNTArchitects !
b;punished b-I;: Imprisonment not exceed-
REPORT RECEIVED. Stavanger to McK. OerUng & Co. l --------i------ -N :
!"j ten years or by fine not exceeding CULINARY CONCEITS.In Owing to failure of the Western Union Chacma, Nor bk 'Jorgensen 557. ,
t.000. wires, the usual daily market report of Fleetwood to order. 312-314 Brent Bid? ;., 43 Moeee Bid;., '
Witcher Zemurray &. Co. was not re- Pensacola Fla. Montgomery, Ala. ,
1 of the law are becoming -
Violations game making mush an egg beater is recommended ceived. Ellen Dan bk Gredericksen, 160. !
: more and more nnmeroca every for the first stirring, to Buenos Ayres to McK Oertlng & Co. $ t '
: ;year, and.the wardens are kept on avoid lumpIness. NAVAL STORES. Hereford, Nr bk. Jensen, 1380, I ;
of all Savannah _Ga., Oct. IS.-The naval Rosario to order., Architectand Superintendent t '
the Jump rounding up poachers When preparing a rabbit for the kettle ;
classes. There are four chases,; of I instead of off the stores market closed,today as follows: Heimdal, Nor. bk, Hensen 1354 We ,Study the Needsof Office. -305 Brent Building ; : JJ

.' who picking stray \VW .................................IS.80 Hull to order.Humberto Pensacola, Fla. -f '
poachers. First there is the man hairs singe it as you would a chicken. AVG ...................................5.50 Span. bk.. 1111 Battle, ; r
. shoots merely for the sake of killing I Lemon coffee is delicious. Rub each N ....................................610 (l' '1
. not what It I 'M ...................... ..............4.Si Havana to order. '
something, It matters side of a lump of sugar on the rind ofa K .....................................4.60 Isabel Browne Rug bk. Lindquist, f )
: may be a bird or a squirrel or Just as lemon and pour the coffee in the or- I .......................................4.30 1221. Hull to master. Business Men CAiLzq? !

. likely a cow moose or deer, and the dinary way. i H: ::::::::::::.::::...,...,..!::::..::::::z:423G 42d King Oscar "IL, Nor .bk, Johnsen* '

: wanton killer often'leaves his game to If too much salt has been added to !' ....:;...............'..,..4.15 to 4174 752 Rosario. to A. Zel1 1s. I fl' i DOeBillftu 55fjJHEADACIIES t "-
: rot where It falls. Then there Is the v. ..............................405to"i) Lilla, Nor Ik.:Aanonsen, 1030, San : t
, the soup slice a raw potato and boilit 1 D .................... ..................4.00C tos to ordef.T" !
hide hunter, who kills hundreds of in the soup a few minutes. The potato ....................... .............3.35 1 t;
Lluis, Uru Lopez 700, Ira
. moose and deer In season and out simply Spirits Turpentine 66% cents.JOBBERS' N'an..bk.. OCOIDSVVXWiVfcANVAVV
will absorb much of the salt. Havana to order. and aim to supply the most valuable IalbJJHa-. ; ; f
for their hides. The hide hunters i :
. Slices of toast well moistened with QUOTATIONS Maria, Ger, bk French 1022 Kings : service to That is rrw..... ......_ { ,
, dq most of their killing in the far banking our patrons. <
white and, with Lynn to master.
sauce topped plain ------<
North woods along the Canadian border -: scrambled eggs sprinkled with grated PENSACOLA PRODUCE.Tne Negpore, Nor bk. Gjerdsen, 1128. why The First National Bank is gaining \\ ff' '

and it is difficulty and expensive I cheese make a tasty. and nutritious following are the quotations on East London to:A. Zelius., :: each day in strength and efficiency.We 5.. C PHILLIPS. Ph. M.. 9, '
} to catch them. produce In the Pensacola market: Noach VI, Swed bk, Burgfeldt, 1260. 1 Homeopathic l I
S A third class Is composed of trappers I luncheon dish. Creamery Butter per pound. 29 to SOc Port Natal to order. extend every courtesy known, to : PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. "; ; ''t
Food fried in olive oil has a delicious : Renovated Butter, per pound 23 to %4c. Oliver! Ital b&. Costa.
or ,
t who kill deer or moose for meat to bait :
2 Cream Cheese daisies 16c. safe banking. .. Office and Residence-12 North flt
iJv '
r their traps with. Then come the BO' cnspness and not only lacks the qualityof Cream Cheese, singles 15c. der. Palafox Street. l I l 1
making the food indigestible but Country Eggs, 24c Superb'! Ncrcbk, .TJllch. 1934. Ant I f 9}f fI .
i called hunters who live in the }
summer adds much to the food value of all Grown Chickens per dozen. S3 to $7.' 7erp to A. Zelius &: Co. ,I Hour*-9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 5 # I, ,
woods all through the fishing season Ducks. per dozen. J5;.50 to $6. p. m. Phone 65. ; .
and subsist largely upon deer meat. It articles fried in It. The best grade of Irish Potatoes, Michigan per bu., 85c, Schooners.Donna 'n "" .,, t fi':I j ;
Christina Am
olive oil is not greasy. Irish Potatoes N. Y., per bu., SOc. sch, McLeod' fitSECRETSOCIETIES. ;r
Is also claimed that the lumbermen Seet' Potatoes per bu., $1 to 125. 165. Belize to master. -

t kin many deer every winter to supply Yellow Onions. per bu. 90 to 95c. Domira, Br sch. .Reddle 2001. St. ; lJ 1-
Red Onions, per bu., :SOc to $1. FIRST NA TI 0 HAL BANKOF .
* the camp tables with fresh meat, but FERNS IN THE HOUSE. Spanish Onions. in crate. $140 to $1.50. Lucle to master. .

f .as a rule this killing Is exaggerated. Holland Seed Cabbage per pound. 1%c. Freddie' Heucken, Am sch, Bryant. PENSACOLAL0DGENo.3. l ;
Domestic Cabbage. per crate, $%.%5. 475, Havana to master. : Pensacola Lodge. No. I, K. of P. c"' J
l Most loggers'care little for venison SuKgectiona .. to the Receptacles In ,
Lemons per box. ** 50 to J7 PENSACOLA. FLA. meets every Monday evening at 7:30 I !;
:jj preferring the pork;; and beef'which are Which to Grow Them. Limes, per crate. 12.75 to $3.00. Hja.hna.'J Am sob, Axelsen 55, Tam-! o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall J,i r
which Apples (Ben Davis). per bbL, $3 to $3.75. pa, to ord r. f over Pous sUble. West Intendencta St. ,
in to (
i now, lumber The sort of receptacle Apples, best variety $3'50 to $3.75. Designated Depositary of the United States. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. i '
. operators. grow ferns is a matter of taste. Thereis Oranges, per box. hIS to $3 .. ;If'Q i K. II DENNVRD, C. C. it 1, I.
5 I from between Orange (Florida), per box. $3 to $3.25. -- TABLE LINEN. I H. HORSLER, K. of R. A S. ft:
to choose
? That list
9 How meny'deer ftas' iatae: Is a long .
: Grape Fruit, per: box $4 to $4 25 W. H. Knowles, Presl .ent. W. K. Hyer, Jr., VIce-President and Cashier. :.
'- I I question an'ann.ert the ordinary punctured flowerpot and Tomatoes, bushel crates, $1.65 to S.1.75. '-' '---- I Thos. W. Brent. Ass't Cashier.. W. K. Roberts, Ass't Cashier. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. fj
' silver fern dish. The Geese per dozen. 19. Wtefc It Ourefvllr sad Keep'It Al- Meetings of the r'
positively, although the lamented Jock the undraIned C. W.A. Blount. W. H. Knowles, W. K. flyer Jr..
Turkey. per pound. 15 to 16c. la ....b. I DI..ectors-F. Brent .Knights of Columbus ,
:; Darling of EJiflcSd, long regarded aa more simple and unpretentious the bet- war. D. G. Brent. are held at their l hail. r', t
' ting of Maine woodsmen used toisay ter. Birch bark baskets are especially Lest We All sorts or accident are liable to I ; : No. 8 West Inten en- i' .

,0 0 that 100000 dherroamed the forests'of adapted for small ferns. Good sized forget-Baby is restless, cant' sleep happen to table linen that Is given to I Monday eta street evening on at every 7:3D :
; l
L- this state. service,jars and for boxes ferns may of larger be pressed growth into and at night. A, won't bottle eat of, cries WhItes spasmodically. Cream the unskilled linen latuimaes la undeniably! and abortoaed the life by of I ........ ...... ................. o'clock..An Is extended.Invitation to 4 I'

is How another many are killed difficult annually? That, when glorified by a birch bark cover Vermifuge never falls to cure. Every visits. to public latrairie Some of I -wII'r-: visIting JOHN Kntcht B. JOXES.J. : :j
question answer
are really artistic.' An attractive arrangement mother should give her baby White'sCream these may not use an excess of bleaching II 8. LEONARD. Grind Knl ht. -

I U a. basket mounted on a when the is pale So many and fretful times, powders, but the manglIng certainly -! Deposit your money in a savings bank at 4 .I.I Recorder. :-' .::;

Received. tripod of white bitch saplings, the bark the mother does not know what to do. wears the fabric, as can be proved cent when the Pensacola Home and Savings -., DAUGHTER30FRBECLA.' .
,) Just carefully selected In order. to avoid A bottle of this medicine would by the fluff shaken from household per Naomi dge. No. 10. Daughters ol !
Imported Macaroni. Sweet Oil Cheeses bring i Association will issue paid-up stock : Rebecca meets every Monday night at
this Undeniably
11 y Mil Pickles Sauer Kraut. Mackerel. Cod cracks or flaws for the presence of color to his cheeks and laughter to linen made smooth i& way. you 8 oVlockuin.L.. O. F. hall. Malting f '

. Fish Pigs Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot either means leakage says-the Garden his eyes. Give it a trial. a mangle can be used with less t bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum, pay- ': sisters I 1j.1n.rtrJd-Jl: present '
Bread. French Navy Bread. Everything M jarlne. danger to the fabric than careless MRS N. G. <
fresh! and new. able semi-annually. ; MRS. HATTIE NK\1LLK Sec.
Witch Hazel. S1.00 per gallon. House grown ferns quickly resent Quality Counts-Use band ironing but the greatest recklessness : .
C Marine Grocery Company. Imperfect drainage.,- Even ferns which'ow LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. seems to be the rule. .. H. 0._DeSILVA President.: A.Vice-President.GREENHUT J. S. Reese Treasurer. Secretary. RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. .
In lowlands\ will not When a hole actually appears In ta. Knowles Hyer A. *V.Clubbi j Ralhbone Lodt No. 10. Knights oiPythlao ;
V. J. VIDAL Manager.COFFEE. swampy Pfeiffer's Steam Bakery. Directors-H. G. DeSllva, A. Greenhut. meets every Thursday night at
thrive In stagnant water or sour soil. ble linen it must bo either darned or I C. H.. Dorr, O. E. Maura Sol Cahn. Castle HftH. Members of sister lodge ,

Broken crocks'or other porous matter DISSOLUTION NOTICE. patched and darning ia most satisfac 43 South Palafox.City : and vletting ,brethren' cordially lnvt 4 .. ; ',

i'I will answer for drainage in a flowerpot The firm of Geo. W. Pryor & Sonsis tory. If the tear or broken place is not ..O..O............................ to c.J.LEvET.KR&a.attend J. M. ROPER, C. a ;

but sphagnum or other waste by mutual consent, dissolved. Geo large put the linen into an embroidery .

should be freely used in other W. Pryor, Jr., and John F. Pryor are hoop and darn with soft mercerized M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets Att an4 I'
moss the sole owners and proprietors of the cotton or get the Cat linen thread if of Pensacola Improvement B ouds.Denomination third Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p. m- ""
"containers" to take up superfluous New City Grocery Company. They Rafford Hall No. 10, West Intendeacla: '
t water which cannot be drained out will collect all debts due you can, which is made for the purposeof Dated January' 1st, 1906. Maturing. "anua 1It; btreet _A. O. FELL Pres. .;
We are the P/anee. the New City darning table linen. Either will be 1936. w&tisyz. 1st. 1926. Interest Payable Semi Annualiy. : -'J. z.. Secy. i
Glass fern dishes are preferable to Grocery Co., and hereafter pay any WE OFFER FOR SALE SUBJECT TO PRIOR, ALE*'
of the cloth, ,
Coffee Roasters of all others because such dishes lined and all debts contracted by the new better than raveUngs IN uTOT0p PENSACOLALODONO.4 tO.O.F. r. '
, inch of firm. which were once thought to be the best Pensacola Lodge No. 4. 1. O. F- 'j
an :
with a sheet moss over .y.'l
, West Florida.IWGH'S pebbles are most artistic. The moss Geo W. Pryor, Sr., will collect all for mending.The The Peoples Bank of Pensacola at meets the every new hall Thursday on Belmont evening and .Baylea T.I1 -" "i'
her ,
the soil Inside from working debts and pay all bills of the late firm careful honaewtf over streets. Visiting brethren cordially In ; !
keeps show of Geo W. Pryor & Sons, and will table linen occasionally holding it to Pensacola Fla. Vlted. B. R. WITKOVSKr N. O. ;
down and the pebbles quickly continue the wholesale produce business the light to find the worn place which A. Secretary .

BLENDS an overflow' of water which may be at 131 and 133 East Governmentstreet hare not yet broken through. These 4 :
;: It'Is well to have: the wo.w.
drained off. and leave nothing undone to are put over the embroidery hoop and President JOHN PFEIPFER. .....t llt.'a..IIt., Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O W- \
sheet of moss large'enough to turn meet the needs of the merchants of darned. Thf slight interweave remaining &:I.:CURI'YICI.Pruident UMR i< and> Cashier. ).WANDREWS..AultW CuMsr meet. IB Pythian ban tn. let and Ira i
and down over the fern roots. the city and country. I will Wednesdays In each month. VUutlniBivereigns '
over pin deal and
only the darning
. have no equal. A trial) both strengthens cordIally Iav1te4F.
This gives a"neat finish and prevents with merchants. No broken packagessent Invisible when ironed. A. BoamcH, a c. ,,)

_ will convince the connoisseur too rapid evaporation. This is out done from to my protect place the of merchants business. makes Linen It that ia 10 worn as to be mended THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK, LESLIE E. BROOKS._ Clerk. $. ..

starched slightly If great --- r'
that "
who be -
we buy of may
me. Phone or write all OF PINSHCOLH, HA. '
TOILET TIPS. orders to your humble care be taken to use no more than will

make no extrayagant GEO. W.servant PRYOR., SR. give a 'new" stiffness.. Opera House Building. I EVANSVILLETERRE 8.. t

claims. Lemon Juice la a harmless and excel III
lent nail -- DESIGNATED
Don't use soap on the face oftener Neither the captain owners CAPITAL STOCK, {200000. SURPLUS $61.003.
: nor con! Wholesale and RetailGROCERS
than ,once ,a day. Night is the best a Irene will be responsible for DIRECTORS.' i
time for thorough' cleansing. CAST OFF debts contracted by the crew

.. Alcohol baths will do away with of said vessel.A.. CEREICH Henry L. Covlngton,' Frank ReIlly, F. E. Brawner, DIRECT LINE TO t Li

goose flesh, and rubbing with the oil of THE WORRYcaused GULF TRANSIT CO., Captain. J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, THE
Co-sltnees. octlJ T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders,
Bryan Dunwody,
I.. sweet almonds la alao very effective. W. ". !MIlton. 0. E. Maura ;
A. td. ""cry. CHICAGOand [,
kinds of Feed
and all
Pumice should never be used on the by inferior laun- CREW NOTICE. ,- W. L. C Hthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng

Stuffs.Pluto bands. A bit of lemon wfil answer its Neither the master owners jllex{'cGowin: C. Covlngton, M. E.'Clark. all points In the f ,
without making the fingers dry work, and join the nor consignees of the ,
purpose a British steamship "Alicia." (quit luu for rest tljue, JUI aDd &CO the ye.:. hints apartment :
Jiltly i
rough and calloused.A satisfied I and Northwest. ij ijI
throng that is will be responsible for debts is cfioaecuon fcr tae wnvenience of customers. North
the of -
contracted by erew
paste for scars is made of on -balf
Water an 'ounce of lanolin one-quarter of an getting the best laundry said JNO/A.vesseL MERRITT 4lfuNGr.. Four percent Interest Paid on Tim Deposits. I ;<11l

ounce of borate of sodium and one- work that can be furnished ConsUrneea. ISoctLegal l Exceptionally Low Round* {;{

quarter of a dram of eattcylate of sodi at ----
Rates to Summer
i Trip 'J
um. Apply night and morning with Advertisements. !

;: Wholesale and Retail gentle friction. The Star Steam THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Tourist Points ; jr '}

.11 The double result of removing dust : \\0 ,

New from the bands and bleaching the skin Notice ADMINISTRATOR'S is hereby riven creditors PENSACOLA D. .H.. Hlllman, S. U Roger : : t.

Orleans Grocery Co. 18 obtained by the use of melted caatile Laundry legatees distributees and all other persons G.P..LT.A. .. General Agent,, !':
t<< having claims or demands againstthe A' General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe, and'Conservative Evansville, Ind. Nashville. Tend 'j
and common oatmeal mixed to- William Barry deceased to ,
soap 37 E. Garden estate of Basis. "
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McHugh Is perfumed a,little the cleansing Pensacola Fla. 7th. 190 D. Hale Wilson, Ad- Correspondence Solicited--R. M. BushnelU C .hler. Subscribe for The Journal

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--i: Pensacola LIST Strong Prink

Temperance Workers See Signs of Progress

-In I Increased Sales: of Beer. PROGRESS

By .the Board ''of County Commissioners in Revising the greatly Active increased temperance consumption workers of say beer the in

Tailors this country Is a good sign of progresstoward -

'" Books of ,the Supervisor of Reg- beer, a healthful real temperance.beverage It is shows fast taking that

the place of strong alcoholic drinks. New Corporations Formed
istration.The Superintendent Williamson of the Anti-
Saloon League one of the best known
Worried. temperance workers, says the great .Increase Dixie Week
I county commissioners in special Frank Ward removed.W. in the consumption of beer does in
session on the 16th of October A. D. L. Wlttlch Jr., removed. not show any falling off in temperance '
1906, revised the registration books and Thos. H. Watts, dead. sentiment. Indeed it is proof of more
the: following names were stricken there- Precinct No. 13. real temperance sentiment than ever before Just Past.Chattanooga.'Tellfli .
from for the reason set opposite their Wm. Blumer, removed. existed in this country. Interviewed
What niais.cs; niem worry? Just say "John respective names. The list is published B. C. de la Rua, dead. by a Cleveland newspaper Supt. Williamson P. Stone
by The Journal for the information of John Dunn, dead. said:
,- White Clothes" and watch their faces red- the public: R. E. Pollock removed. -It Is doubtless true that there have Oct. 18.-In Its ,
Precinct No. 1. O. M. Pryor, removed. been 160,000.000 more gallons of beer con industrial move-
den. You might just as well thow $10 or E. L. Andrews. removed. John Pool, removed. sumed during the past year than ever review of southern
R. E. Allen removed.H. is steady decrease In ments The Tradesman presents record -
Jno. C. Sutherland dead. before. There a THE
$15 in the bay as to pay a tailor's :profit. Bepton. dead.J. P. W. Smith, removed. the consumption of spirituous liquors. of aggressiveness for the period HABERDASHER
H. Ben ton, removed.G. Samuel Sher, dead. such as brandy, whiskey and wine anda ending'tcH1ay'rODl the
When no tailor can fit or please you better C. Clifford dead. Ed.: Senior. Jr., removed. x tendency to drink more malt liquors cf one week
J. IL Cloud, removed.A. Augustus Stuckey. dead. such as beer. The decrease is doubtlessas State of Alabama are reported a -
than The John White. Store. Our patternsare Dupont dead.J. B. C. Tunison, removed.J. marked in the one as is the increasein power company and a cement works
D. Fleming dead.H. 11. Tarble. dead. the other. Never before has temper- with capitalization of $1,000,000 each,
exclusive and the cloths the best
pro- D. Green removed. W. H. Trainer, dead.Weatherspoon ance sentiment had such a strong grip TheLesterPiano
C. F. Hart. dead. dead. on the people. I do not think there is beside several other notable new con-
duct of the best woolen mills of
Europe and King Hurst. removed. Eugene Delmar. removed. any cause for worry because the beer cerns. A $240,000'.lumber company
America. H. Handrop, removed.A. Precinct No. 14. consumption has Jumped.** appears in the list from Kentucky, anda
McDonald removed. '\ Henry Baars. removed.J. Supt. Williamson takes the logical works from Indian
E. McCracken. removed. E. Baars removed.T. view for statistics prove that when a I $300,000 _
F. Potter removed. D Baste removed. community or a state or a nation drinks Territory. The state of North Carolina -

-- Suits from $10 to $35. J.. M. Quarrier, removed.J. W. IL Connors,' removed. more beer it drinks less liquor. This is adds, among a large number of Madame Lillian Ems Blitielt
R. Roberts, removed. r G. Giardina dead. important because beer is beneficial to capital- ,
W. J. Roberts, removed.J. : Joe Jacoby, removed.R. the health' a nutritious and strengthening new concerns, a glass factpry
J. Silburn. dead.W. H. Langford dead.J. food drink. The small percentage of ized at $100,000, and a cotton mill with The Eminent Soprano
Heavy Underwear 50 cents and $1.00 a J. Tanton. removed. I... Llcata. removed. alcohol in beer only a little over three 150000.f From Oklahoma are received Whose Fame as a prima donna extendi
garJ Richard, White removed. Chas. Connor, dead.F. per cent in Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, aids over two continents. She Is beyond
ment. Precinct No. 2. J. Riera. removed. the digestion and is stimulating but not tidings of a $3,000,000 gas company question one of the most popular
J. A. Lowerey removed. Malcolm Riera. removed. intoxicating. an $800,000 development company and of the world's
F. P. Messer removed. Neel Tuft removed. Pabst.Blue Ribbon Beer is the most refreshing others of considerable magnitude. A sweet singers
Dan Malone removed. Dan Webb. dead. temperance drink. It is brewed
I.. X. Sanders, removed. James H. Waleh. 'rello"f'd.Precinct from the best ingredients that money can gas companycapitalized at $1,250,000, Tells why she prefers the Lester Givti
Precinct No. 3. No. 15.. buy or skill produce,-Pabst exclusive is among the new industries reported conclusive evidence of the tonal
THE JOHN B. Brown dead. R. Bishop, removed. eight-day malt. choicest imported hops. from Tennessee. Saw mill and lumber beauty and superiority, and of
WHITE STORE P... Boyett. dead.A. Thos. Bass, removed. pure water.and brewed in absolute clean- companies, Iron and coal development the durability of this famous .
M. Bess dead. Andrew Boline. removed. liness. It is the most wholesome beer high-grade piano.
John Crotchett. Jr.. dead. Joseph Bobe, dead. because Pabst exclusive eight-day maltis concerns, cotton mills and gins
Gabe Castlebeny\ dead. W. B. Burnham. dead. produced from the best barley by a etc, are reported- large numbers I Brooklyn. N. Y., July IS. 13Ci
Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear W. A. Godwin dead. William Christie dead. natural process of development insteadof from the respective states. TheTradesman's Lester. Piano Company,
i J. T. Godwin dead. I S -
Joe Cosgrove. dead. by the quick cheap process used in Philadelphia, Pa.
Stephen Hicks removed.C. W. J. Cosgrove dead. many breweries. and thus retains all the list for the week Is as It affords me great pleasure to add ttr
Phone 225 205-207 S.: Hobbs dead. W. H. Fisher dead. food value of the barley in predigestedform. follows: testimony to the qualities of the Lw
5. PALAFOX Geo. Jackson,.dead. Dempsie Gamlln dead. Alabama.' Piano. The tone is finer and has Cat
Ed. E. Kelly dead. John F. Hoiden removed. Richest In food strength best to the i remarkable singing quality. The action
--- H. Moses dead. John Langdon. dead.A. .. taste most healthful and always pure I Ragland-Power plant. all that any artist could desire I 'hen
Jno. Ranilof, removed. V. lAnd, dead. and clean Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is Phoenix-$100,00 lumber DIm.I fully recommend It to anyone as bek|,
Jack Smith. Removed. Louis Murray dead.P. also lowest in percentage .of alcohol. thoroughly fine Instrument.
Chas. beats removed. Maloney dead. -, the beer for the home. I I Birmingham$ ,OOO land company. Wishing you every success. T remain
Willis White removed. James Murray deaJj ,; Anniston---$10,000 land company.Ragiand15O.000 Tours very tru!}.
Precinct No. 5. W. W. Kims removed. .. brick and tile LILLIAN BLAfVELT
J. T. Cowan, removed.J. .
--n;; Can Paint With Wood Stains C. Cooley. removedW. Edward. Ed. O'Brien O'Brien removed.dead.J. S. A. FRIEDMAN Phone 179 works;Jl.000,000'() cement works. The following: Isallat of a few ot tic
Stag C. Dunaway removed. John Conner, dead I Clayton-Fertilizer factory. recent purchasers of the tes r Piano,
Jos. Duel, removed. Neal Toph. removed. S 331 S. Palafox Street I Monfomery-IOOOOOO) power. com who recognize In it the standari )t modern ,

I Just the thingtfor1! giving, to surfaces of various Joel.. J.Frater Hurst, removed.T. removed.J. ... Joe Geo.Thompson W. Turton dead., removed.D. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer pany. Philadelphia high-grade Public piano construction Kindergartens ((23
D. Hall removed. I Eufaula-
W. C. YarborrouEh removed. $25,000 hardware com pianos). New England Conservator ot
woods a close resemblance to the natural wood. Suitable A. G. Hlnote. removed. Nick Angelo removed. WHEN ORDERING ASK FOR PABST pany. Boston.'Mass. (25 pianos.) Broad ltr.-} t

H. Hurst removed. Precinct ,No. 18. Arkansas. Conservatory, of Philadelphia (20 pianostBirmingham t
for: halls, parlors, dining rooms, bath rooms, etc. Henry Kierce. removed.. A. C. Cook. dead. Seminary t of Bfrrmnchua
B- A. Miller removed.J. Washington>tton gin. Pa. (1890, 1904 and 1903) Board of Education.
W. L. Curley, removed.T. -
Q Easily applied. $1.75 a gallon. Wesley. 'v. Miller Mathis! removed., removed.J. M. Grice removed.G. SHERIf MAKES El Dorado-Lumber company. Trenton N. J. Alfred Hm.
W. Harrison dead. S Florida. Wagnerian Director of Metropolitan Open)
S. Mathis' removed. R. H. Hathaway. removed. Co., of New York. O. CampanarL Soloist I
J. E. McCall removed. Jacksonville- $50,000 construction
Wm. Mallofremo.ed.. Metropolitan Opera Co.. of New Tork.
I W. .X Norris removed.Jno. J. R. McClammy, dead. GOOD CAPTURE; cotnpany. Lillian Blatnelt Contralto SoloIst: Robert
Pierce removed.J.
Saunders Mill Tempest. Solo Pianist
Company J. David F. Parker removed. Georgia. Knelw
Parker, removed.
Wm. Fenton.removed.. O. W Quinn, dead. Jakin-Turpentine plant.' Blue Hill, Me., Knei I Daniel P. Jerry March Glrard College, l
Ward removed. "- Philadelp'
Phone 717. 21 East Cardan Sraat.1 Nathan Reeder. removed. Precinct No. JIacon-$25,000 naval stores. plant. The Clutter Music House for years have j
J W.. E.A.Yarn Shelby removed.removed.- G. Aiken, removed. PROVIDED' :? ; THE MAN PROVES TO Indian Territory. been the wholesale (factory) agent fi\
----- .JI W. P. Waters removed. J. D. Beck. dead. .;_ Ada-$300,000 cement works$40,. these Justly celebrated pianos-112 and 114
Jas. "'ri ht. removed. Jos. Baker, removed.. BE, THE: .ONE WHO IS WANT. 000 waterworks. South Palafox street.
W. G. \\\alker removed. W. I. BaKer.-removed.J. .
-1 .".........." O..t.O.."' '''. Precinct No. 7. II. Black removed, .' < i I -ED EVERGREEN, ALA. Bates-Briquet plant.
J. H. Crown removed.J. J. Lomax Bell, removed. < : Kentucky.Lexington : CLOTHESCLEANED
Jeff BOutw,
A. Duke. removed.D. -Manufacturing
H. Fin lay, removed. Barrow removed company. AND PRESSED.To I
Southern Grown Nursery Stock i .- J. H. Eddins.! remon,.}. Geo. Carter removed Sheriff Van' :Pelt and Chief Deputy Owensboro Monroe-Telephone system. have your fall and winter clothes
J. T. Wiggins.: dead.H. IKe Cook, removedy,- (' LK -Powder mill; $100,000 cleaned pressed and repaired, and put m
: True Natome. L. Wiggins, renoved.W. f. Clauswell, removed.: \, tI''''._ Sanders made an important arrest tannery. good condition. send them to us. W.
t D. \\ igglns, removed.Precisct L' Cheatham removed.v tif do in
-? Wilhiamsbnrg-$25000 everything that line and guaranty
V. No. 9. I Donhue.removed.. I i I yesterday afternoon, provided the coal com cur work. Ladies' work a specialty. Gtontlem _
; Budded and Grafted Pecans June Bud and J. D. Anderson removed.R. Marnie. Donhue, removed. I[party whom they arrested proves to pany. n'. membership rates, SI.M per -
one f W. Angle- removed. 1': Ponhue. removed. ,' Louisville-Manufacturing company; month. All work called for and delivered
H. M. Angle re-noved. J. C. Diamond dead. > be the man wanted. The party wantedis Phone
Peach Roses $25, QO coal tar products 1273.
i year Strawberry, Shade and Orna- J. G. Brjars. retioved. J. Donhue removed. company.
+ T.'J. Busbee, removed. Jas. Dohaw. removed.,. I I alleged to be Leslie! Rabb a white Woodstock-Telephone tystem.; ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB, rl
mental Trees of all
: kinds. Everything true to a : Lee Busbee. dead. t W. L. Diamond, removed. man, who committed a most shocking Mayfield-$240,000 lumber company. WALTER 9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET

: name or cheerfully refunded. Write for G. F. Barker re-noved. ""i T. .1. Fan-is removed.: crime in Evergreen, Ala.,'over a year Holland-Telephone system.JamestownTelephone MOULTON. MANAGER.
. money : 1.. R. Cufhion. removed.J. 1>. C. Fox. removed.Oilpen .. I
list at '\'. Chavers, rmoved.B. Flowers, removed. I ago, and for whose arrest a reward system.
'i price once. D. Godwin removed.G. W. D. Morns removed.T. I of $300 is standing. Barboursvllle-Gas plantt.outslana.
_ l:. Hall dead.T. J. ).ft>lIen. removed. I The arrest was made yesterday Florida and1 Alabama
: C. R. LONG Nurseryman Ala. : J. Hu r rins. removed. Walter Mellen. removed. I afternoon between Cottage Hill and New Orleans-$10,00
Andalusia, Geo. A. Hartwt>lI. removed.W. J E. lcCurd), removed.Wm. manufacturing
S. Jones. removed. Noms removed. i Quintette. The man was making his company; $50,000 lumber company. LAND :
+.. .. ..O ...........O........... ....... ... L. "'. Jones. removed. J. J. Purvis removed, way towards Pensacola, when the officers Mississippi. COMPANY
,Yo A. Bondremoved.. ;
Geo W. Long removed.J. .
who had been apprised by awire Vicksburg-425,000
\V. Miles: reTOved.N Precinct No. 22. Manufacturers of ;
M. McXeaU removed. M. L. Mayo, removed- from the sheriff of Greenville, pany. and Dealers .
Mitchell McMurray removed. The county commissioners will meet on Ala., of this fact, appeared and placed Brookhaven-Ice company. In
L. A. McKlbben. temoed.Precinct the 26th day of October, A. D. 1906. to him under arrest He had passed Meridian-Canning LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN--
No. 13.() ]hear such complaints as may be brought company CItES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANYCan Geo Osrlesby.; removed. !before them and to restore all such points north of where he was capturedand Tutwiler HMP: factory.
B. F. Pingleton removed. names as may be erroneously stricken being recognized by parties who New Albany-Stave factory.
'\-. T. Pingleton. Jr.. removed from the registration books in their respective had known him, they telephoned to Missouri. <
Clarence Powell removed. MEN ARE LEARNING THAT B>
the Alabama sheriff of his whereabouts Kansas
Henry Parrish removed. A..M. AVERT City- iv.OOO investment
fill orders for lumber, ,sash, doors, win- W. M. Sturdivant. removed. Attest -- --, ",-- Chairman.A. ,- and the latter In turn wired company. ASSURANCEIncomes :.
B. F. Stephens removed.A. M. MCMILLAN, Ork. Sheriff Van Pelt. Carthage-$25000 land are maintained mortgage
dow Glass and all material. H. $Sturdivant removed.J. .. The prisoner admitted that his Prosperity company.. protected debts secured, undeve'poHenterprtses
N. Watson removed. com
Quality Counts-Use name was Rabb, but said that his first guarded: business render :
,Henry Bryars. pany.
We. won't be able to make ed safe investment
work given permanent
special E4. Bryars. removed.G. LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. name was Aubrey instead of Leslie. St. Louis 450,000 buggy factory; value and ...
N. Barnes. removed.J. capital preserved A pol.cj
for a few days. Send your orders. W. Barrow, removed.J. Pfeiffer's Steam Sakery. and that he knew that the latter was $50,000 chemical works; $5,000 investment lin TUB EQUITABLE does all this.
A. Godwin removed. wanted. lIe claims that the man for company; $500.000 .
manu and more-provides for the family after
J. D. Godwin removed.' whom the big reward is offered is facturing
Real Estate $100,000
company; safe
Transfers and
F. M. Harper removed.S. his cousin.. your death. Send us rour nan;!
Phone 11. ,H. G. DeSILVA A. Lewis removed.J. lIck: factory: $25,000 lead and zinc age and address.KNOWLES .
& CO.
M Lewis. removed. Following .a a list of the real estate company; $50,000 light and heating
W. M. Shivers, removed. transfers recorded yesterday furnished by company. BROS.. Insurance
Jas. Shiveis. removed. the Pensacola Abstract Co.: INSTITUTE OFAGRICULTURE
Thos. "Watkins removed.A. DEEDS. North Carolina.
G. Ward removed. F. Herrmann to L. M. Davis Jan. S t, Weldon-$15.000 brick works.
Precinct No. 11. 1906-Lot U, Herrmann's sub-division of High Point! -$100,000
...... ......................................... John Bartley removed.C. lots 2. 3, 4, 5, and 6. section! 5. township Durham-$50.000 lock glass factory.Elzabeti factory.. TYPEWRITERREPAIRS
L. Mims. dead. 2 south range 30, Pueblo Palmes tract-
Precinct No. 12. ( City-Furniture factory.
W. J. Acosta dead. $50.Frank Marston and E. G Quina to Leslie Statesville $50,000 investment
i M. I.. Autrey removed. F. Brooks and D. Hale Wilson. Oct.
Witches Zemurray & Co. I Steve Alien. removed.F. 16, 1906-Lots 2. 3. 4. S, 6. 11, 12. 17. 18. OF INTERNATIONAL SCOPE WILL .
C. Benjamin removed. 19. 20 and 21. block 109. East King tract \Vaynesville-$150.000 cotton milL
.< Alex Brown removed. east of Tarragona street-$100 and other BE HELD IN ROME WITHINA Oklahoma.Elk Having secured the services of an expert -
Loveless Henry Breswltz Brooks., removed.removed. good and valuable considerations. City- $10,000 gin and milling repairer, we beg to notify t fc, .. pjb'lo:!

Commission A. E. Burch, dead.A. FEW MONTHS. company. ., adujust that we or are rebuild now all prepared to )\Thau
rokers makes of typewriters
: removed.J. -
C. Burkley Weatherford
f A. Brosnaham, dead.C. -$10,00. light and power I and adding machines and casrrois
plant ters. All work guaranteed. Estimate &*-
i E. Bobe, dead. ed. Telephone us and we will send for
: Pensacola and New Orleans IL IL Boulter, dead. Paint Which Special to The JournaLls,1t.ngton Oklahoma City-$750,00 ining and I your machine or call and make an "xamination -
R. A. Credille. removed. \\) Oct. 18.-A meetingof smelting company; '$1,000,000 mining and estimate

I II W. Intendencia. 820 Common. : Louis Oook.Clark removt'd.Mitchell dead. the International Institute of Agriculture and trust company; $25,000 novelty I .

4 -2 Geo. E. Copas, removed. will beheld in Rome in the works; gold mining company; S3-
H. E. Cleveland removed. Lasts next few months, at the invitation of WO.OOO gas company; $15,000 powder PensacolaITypewriter
Cotton Stocks Grain P.. S. Cromer removed.J. Victor factory -
i Provisions i A. Calvin removed.A. King. EmanueL The United I
H. D'Aleraberte removed. States will send Daniel Lnbin as adelegat Cleo--$50,000 manufacturing and
: bought and sold on'margiri for investment. i Bennie de la Rua. dead.J. .. Painters, and all others He is one of a committee ereasUle company. Exchange

.. S.M.: Durham Demps. removed.removed.H. who understand of five to arrange a program for: the .Pf"t..1.'COf'.k-$10OOO mill and ele ,

+ Scott Douglass, removed.E. paint, convention which will consist of dele matnicompass". PHONE 1369
: Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. : Forney dead.C. : know that white lead and gates from forty countri El Reno 4200,000 pottery.
L. Fulton. removed. 313-315 Brent Building
Payson-$5,000 cotton
Alex. Ferrara. dead.J. The chief purpose of the institute g'n.

Direct Private. Wires. Telephone No. 1173. P. Goodman removed.G. linseed oil make the best will be to further accurate informa.1 Alva-$50,000 mining and "milling

B. GIngles removed. tion: on tia world's s company.
: Felix Whiting 1 Glackmeyer Goodman,,Jr.removed.. removed. paint. Good, lasting paint Lubin will be equipped with full Darrow-'$100,000- cement and brick Beaumont-110,000 oil companj.

........*..................+. ,.... ..+....+......... Mark Hurd, Sr. removed. i cannot be had if either pig- knowledge! of the methods employed company. \\tuahatchle-Telephone s>"s-.*niSilsbee .
Victor Hoist Sr, removed. I by the United States department of Guthrie-$800,000 development com- -Lumber company.

----- 1'" -- Wm. HollanS! removed_ ment or oil is adulterated. agriculture In collecting and compilIng -I pany. S Rnle J10.000 bridge company
4r ....................................... ...,............ C.. S.W.Hayes.Hagerman.removed.A. remon4.P. 1 statistics which h! will present Rcx>sevelt-$50.000 'mining company. Goree Warehouse companjStamfard .

; ; L Hodgeboom. removed. Many of the socalled'white to the convention. I Frederick-$10,000 manufacturing -$5,000 warehouse co '

t J.Oliver E. Hoist Jones F dead e-d. [ J leads sold King Victor Emanuel has ordered company. panr.FtoresTille.
: GAS HEATERS : H. 1L Jeannette, dead. a place fr the inat'tute to be erected I South Carolina. ] -HOOO waterworks

: .C. R. Johnson removed. have barytes, rock- on tie grounds of the villa Barghese, I Columbia-.$100 000 mining com S loifkin-?10,000 construction ro
Travis Johnson dead. I S
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removed. whsre the institute will have its permanent pany.
ALL ABOUT OVER THE HOUSE 'J.Chas.V. Kruger Lurtcn. removed.E. dust, silica, gypsum, etc., headquarters. I Smallwood-Mineral company. I pany.Wichita Falls-Jgbt and power

i N. Loursberry, removed.G. II Ch ester-Lawn d ry. pinL:

I Pleas. F. Lindsay Leatherwood, removed., -removed. in them, and little real I Charleston-$lfe.flOO building and :i Virginia.

t. Andrew Lewis! dead. ; white lead.Linseed QUEEN VICTOP';.A'S HAIR I loan: company; car !lat1ng ,company. NbrMk:> : -See and cold -'',rag'

:1 "1.. 1.!. Levy removed.J. I Oran:;eburg-?20.000 oil mill.* plant; $100,000 chemical work
: i H. Loath removed. / I Its Great Profusion: Was Always a : C0-
oil is also frequently Tennassee.Chattanoogal,2O,0og. WilllalIsbarg-$50OOO lumb
Attaching them to any fixture, since the price of :1 W. F. Lee. dead. Cause of Wonder.

+ gas for light and, fuel is the same. In this way you I Peter Thos. Murphy McJuUan, ,removed.removed. adulterated. Such ,' : '. {) gas. coaipany. pany.Stony Creek, -573,000 saw oHl.Eastville ..
+ Fib McAllister removed.N. Even at the ag cf 80 :rears Queen Nashville corner:
i; can heat any part of your house with one heater. i C. )1c.1 1an, removed.Geo. I mixtures are dear at any Victoria's hair was a marvel of lux. -S -$50.900 Texas.lumber company. Palm.yra100O-$10,000: land slate *nd (eo

\.; $3.25 puts a specially good heater, i Jno..C.1I et'ly.Xo le removed., removed. t' price. Prof. The Unna's court physician, follow. Houston-$25,000 land comoinr; ment company.

: C. McKenzie; Oerting .-emoved. I disrcovery, undoubtedly $100,000 mattress factory; r-.o ooogra'n West Virginia.BramweUUooOoo .
2Ii dead. treated her
Henry Obannon majesty's scalp witha I
com: $20.000 eo-rpaaj
anv lumber
dead. COMpany

P Francis P. L. Roth Quarrier, removed. Red Seal germ destroying preparation: that ; $1 0,000 electric company. Wel1sbuTg .- $12,800 affiB *ne-r

IiPensacola f| Gas Company' I II IIcf J. N. Rader. dead. was not maJe public. It is now' Colorado--$5,000 cotton company. copany. .
W. O. H. Sheppard removed. known. however that tie rem dy fIr: Bryan-Cotfn:: oil anJ i35,

;4 cf Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. G -.deri-St.lJtJt. i Joseph M. P. Soto Spencer.removed.dead. Pure White LeadMade ,4\Ddruff? is:. embodied the germ In destroying element -$10,000 rcmpresg.Hamlin hardware. com- company lPa ortburg--45OOO;! $45,000 mannfac-nrn?

J. E. Sierra dead. Newbro's Herpic'de panv. _
( br the Old] Dutch Process) company.
: ...,,................,.............t... ...I....... James E. Spence Stewart, dead.removed. I the! the only hair preparation on Miami-$10.000 milling company. Elkins 410,00 water compan

Francis uarrel. dead. market that does destroy the dan- San -Antonio-525,000 min'-cg com- W'heeling-$100.900 cal campa 11'.
Paul Salter. dead.C. is absolutely pure, and druff. germ. Without dandruff, hair pan}" $10.000 copper company, (Anther-$100,000 coal and eel\\
W. Tate. removed. will grow prcfnsely. and falling hair

The Journal delivered by carrier to S.Ben R.H.Thomas Thomas dead.removed. makes lasting paint. will be stopped. Destroy the Jackaonrilla rompanv.Dallas .-$75,000 Ice .and electric company.Beulah 425,000 lumber (j:0mpany

Chas. Ursprlns. removed. cause yen remove th effect" Sold 450.000 oIl"mill: S10.000
I Carroll White removed.H. t NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY jl by \Vt A. D'Alemberte. druggist and chemical works $0,000 amusement FOOTBALL.Rale'sh .

..C. White. dead.Morasso Dark AT*, sad 10th St... St..lovis. Mo, apothecary South Palafox street or no 000 '
White dead.Alfred company; mining and
your door for 1 JOc per w ek. WHliams. dead. For ,first J das.'deaJen- .*'' send 'lOc, in s'amps' for sample tiThe fae"rxi. copiranr.: manu- Ar1cirs.l and Vtr"_1.*I.f.
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