The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I HEARST. WAS.. ELECTED. : PQRTHB ISTHMUS I' "By 'Associated. ,-'-- :,Press.. **. PENSACOLA HORSE. SHOW i

I --' . ..L S Tampa, ,No*. 8,-Albert .
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I Wrenn, assistant agent of the T?

'. Counties Missing Battleship,'Lou siaha'WilIIBe' Cruisers Tennessee S Southern txpress: Co. was murdered # '
Three : Convoyed By -
. \tfith : b ,to-night at the, Atlantic & 'TO Big ,Event Will Occur ToDay <
ACDlAAN' ar Coast Line station by ,H. W. MAINTAIN I
and .
: Will Four :
tt Chandler Leads For ; Spend Days ,
t Day who handles the mails.between and Large C I :
I trains:and the T !;:toffice. *
,- Second Place in N. Y. ..Panama.and One in Porto Rico. :, ; 1'jrenn had repeatedly .remonstrated .;
.- ....; .. .. Is Expected. \\
& '.':. 4. with Day for placIng ., \ S
MO 0 ltE-.Wlll: t the mail wagon at the stat PRICES p )
By Associated\ Press.: and from the isthmus by,the cruisers H
VashingtonrNor.:U; 4 Good-bye, I'm tion in a manner interfering S \
PLURALITIES LIGHT( going down to sea' how. the ditch, .is Tennessee and Washington. with express business and tonight ASSURED SUCCti$ I :

getting? along,* shotted: the.ptesldent, At sea the president will be in constant '5 Day responded by stabbing # _

l' standing on the deck of the yacht Communication wifh the White t Wren three times, once # '
'MErc[ Mayflower as. t.he'\'ea left the dock HouSe. my wireless telegraph.The b through the heart, killing' him # New Movement Designed to \ft\
3emocrats Get Office By 'a :wi& the pr sHlent'Tof. liis" Panama president will arrive al Colon t instantly. .Day was' arrested.: *. Five to Fifteen Entries

"' .- ". :.:.,. trip As the ship passed out of the:: Nov 15 for a four ,day, .stay on the ft Fight Wall Street Con- o'
; <<:f'l" :CH i<
Narrow Margin. :ndvy yard presidential: 'salute was isthmus, the party on return, leaving Each of Eleven Classes
fired. on Nov 20, stopping one.day at San Spirators Started. ,
i To-Morrow 'Afternoon For: The Louisiana wilr be ,convoyed to Juan, Porto Rico. .**

Injunction Proceedings i ::: .


THOUSAND-THE SITUATION INNEW Pensacoia and Mobile will meet for I. AT 2 O'CLOCK-PROGRAM .

the first time this season on a local By Associated P>-es... between the present trustees and the Returns From Eleven Coun- COTTON GINNED TO NOV. 1. \ I
HAMPSHIRE.By gridiron to-morrow afternoon, and New. York, Nov Arguments AND SPECIAL RULES.

11 I the event: Is being looked forward to were heard in the state supreme courttoday International Polyicy Holders Com ties Show Heavy Major- -t

<) with much interest by the lovers of .of ;counsel .on the: injunction mittee. The trustees' deny they are By Associated Press. I

Q Associated Press i this sPOIL The. teams which are to I I proceedings brought Dy policy.holders attempting to manipulate the elections ity Against inage. Atlanta, Nov. 8.-A movement designed The Horse Show occurs this after

Vw York Nov. 8.-\\1th the re-: play are; the Mobile Military Institute I to restrain alleged,waste.of the com and that the affidavits from em to "maintain a profitable price noon. Fair weather has been predicted i I

TB! of three counties missing. and''the"Pensacoia High School, and pany's funds by the trustees of the ployees of the company In various for to-day and an immense [

; I zndler the Democra..c candidater the'-,grounds at the beach have been New York Life Insnrapce Company I parts of the country' saying they were Special to The JournaL for cotton against the conspiracies of crowd will without doubt be present f i

lieutenant governor appears to placed>in first :class-condition forthe: ia. nd th1g'4 campaign to elect an working support the administrationticket ksonvllle, Nov. 8.-Returns from Wall Street" was inaugurated this to witness the exhibition of fashion- I
. event. Bleachers and seats have also administration ticket of trustees. were entirely of their own voli evening at a meeting of the executive able turnouts and fine stock, in addition t I i

elected by a plurality" 'approximat-' been provided but the:.fence;has .not The proceedings,a feature of the I tion. The case was adjourned. until 1 the election are coming in very slowly committee of the Southern Cotton As- to the extra events arranged for I
TI; seventeen hundred rotes The yeC-b 'completed *..enclosing 'the contest for'the"election' of trustees .tomorrow. ] only eleven counties having been sociation. the occasion. Every arrangement is J' t"j j I

IJ cia! count will probably increase grounds., I beard from with complete returns complete and if the show does not

'f oTers: lead. Apparently all oth The M. M. I., team defeated tho up .to this evening. It is believed The method of accomplishing this prove one of the greatest successesof ; t

.1It :candidates on the.Demociatic tick- Pensacoia Classical School eleven DeCastellane Divorce Suit i:now that the drainage amendment purpose is the formation of a South- any event ever given in the city :

t eicepting governor were elected by last week ici Mobile ; and.this adds )n- bas been defeated but this cannotbe era Cotton hundred Company million with dollars a capitalof to many will be badly disappoInted. It

.:::all pluralities. terest to the event, as it will show stated absolutely until more of the one will -Pensacola's first attempt at 1
I the strength ot the two local Was.Postponed for One Week returns are. received_ The eleven build warehouses, buy up cotton and a Horse Show, but its success is without I
otherwise the that
regulate selling
" Views of Jerome. teams. The visitors will be'much I .counties so far heard from gave 5,012 so a doubt, and the commencement !
New York, Nov. 8,-District Attor- heavier than the' locals, the players!, votes for the drainage amendment cotton can be traded in on ,the basisof will lead to greater events of similar 1
ItJ its intnsic All cotton
It.t. ?v Jerome to-day said: "If Hearstad of the former averaging about 145: and 8460 against the measure. value. nature in future seasons. !
By Associated Press.
the of This '
advisability reconciliation. states were represented at the meeting
not undertaken to sandbag themoorafc Many Entries in Each Ring. 1,
while the locals will'average i
pounds, Paris, ,;Nov. 8.-The final word to- the court refused, adjorning for one Both Against Drainage. The par value of the stock will entries in
into him The books show
) party accepting about 125 pounds The Mobile foam many t
day in the divorce proceedings week when decision Inquiry be five dollars share.
a ordering an a
:JI:I had made himself an integral I has been, furnished with the namesof According to advices received in each ring. In fact in each class there t, I
brought by the Countess de Castel--
or granting divorce will be After discussing the plan it was decided -
art cf) the party the result would the players and their! respective lane husband this city last night Jackson county are from five to fifteen entries which :
:against ,her was MaitreBonnet's handed down. Arguments in the to defer final action until the
ave !been a sweeping Democratic weights, but no such information has gave a majority of SOD: against the shows to some extent the amount of ,
assurance of Count Bomsundying creditors case were opened by Maitre meeting of the committee in JanuaryCENSUS t
:ctorv He would have had a pow- been received 'here -regarding ,the drainage amendment and Walton interest exhibited by thpowners of
affection; for.his ,wifeand a Miller and who claimed the largest '
ful and county majority of 25 againstthe blooded stock and fine rigs. There I
important position. 1.1. gave
players 'of the )JL\ L demand that the case be adjournedfor share of money involved owing to BUREAU REPORT
ot.the entire
is only one class out
The High. School eleven this seasonis a fortnight in order to the
give tradesmen. This claim will be con-
"Uncle Joe" Solid. The vote in Duval county, accord- OF ALL COTTON GINNED eleven in which there are no entries. 1
60mewhat'heaviet"than last season, J i
Dannlle Ills, Nov 8.Official re- countess an opportunity to :reflect on tested by attorneys. and
but the team "has- been-crippled -considerably ing to unofficial returns published in This is the ladies riding ring
, rns from all counties of the eigh't'ltb By Associated Press. this will be abandoned. In some of
the: Jacksonville Times-Union was
by the loss of Belie who was Washington, Nov. 8.-The census f
district sue Joseph Cannon the classes it is expected that stock: .
one of the best kickers and all-round For drainage 811; against 1,162. bureau bulletin, issued to-day, shows
,eaker of the house of representa- Terrorists Train : from points outside the city will be
players on' the, team. While the' locals Dynamite the amount of cotton of this year.scrop t I
ves. a plurality of 10,083 two thous- exhibited.
will be against touch heavier ginned to November 1 as 6,892-
!ad larger than four years ago. players they expect to make up for CONFLICTING 597 against 6,457,595 bales to the Wyer's Brass Band. v I II
and Half
New Hampshire Situation. weight in the ,quickness of execution $ curc Million same date last year. The number of I Wyer's brass band ,will, be on the I II

| Concord, \ H.. Nor Unofficial in play and general; fast work to off- STATEMENTSCONTINUE active ginneries is. 27,481 against' 27- I grounds and will render appropriate> ,

turns' indicate that the votes failed set the advantage their! ; opponents; .. sod "- 802: last year. I selections throughout the afternoon.
r ten rotes to elect a governor The Mobile-. team Is expected to:arrive Warsaw By Associated Press.' .arrival? train was derailed and several .. The number of bales ginned and I The bind has some new selections J
Nov.Cponth '
lord, .the repuDlican. falls short byn in the. city to-night at 6:30 ef a train the Warsaw railroadat diers killed or wou&o'., Ihe terror. ; bp.--- .. .. :. .,:- ginneries.>in the several ,.states.. 101- which: will 'be rendered upon,,this occasion -'. I

votes of having the majority u''doc#. andj wii( remain in" ,the :city Rogaw, station over tonight a band of ists then robbed the mail and it Is TO 'BE MADE BY lows" Florida, 34,681 and 263; GeOrgia and' 'will add ,much- to Its enjoyment. '*'
hch! at 11:05 o'clock. 1,001,124 and 461; South Carolina, : t
I is required by law. Unless of- until Saturday night S
terrorists surrounded the station and rumored got with five hundred t
'ial results show a change the legis- To-night they will be entertained at'a threw bomb at the' mail ,van. The thousand dollars.away I WOMAN .SUFFERING! FROM 550.SS8 and 3,047; Texas, .2535,378 and The managing committee and'the

ture will hate to name a governor. dance given by the young ladies of 4,145.ONE.KILLED. x Judges are requested and expected to .
the high school .INHALING GAS. be on the grounds this afternoon at
-- -
The players picked .for, the game 1 o'clock, as the program is to commence t'

w I IPPORTIONMENTOP II to-morrow are as follows: Five Suffocates in Smoke AND at 2 o clock:: S

M. Bell, right end;, Rogers, right The woman who was found in an Four FastPacers..

tackle DeSilva, right. guard? :A. Wil- unconscious condition at Mrs. \\ilier- afternoon "
; One of the'features of the
ONE MILL TAXI kerson, left end; Palmes quarter In a New York Tenement son's boarding;' house 4T.uesdaT morn- MANY INJURED will be the exhibition race between .

back; Roberts,' :right'-::lialf back; ing at which time a .man then sup- I i the four fast pacers owned by Capt.T f J

Yates, full back; R., White, left half -- posed to be' her husband was found E. \\elles which have just been .

back; A. L White and Shuttleworth By Associated Press: More than fifty women were taken dead, due to the inhalation of gas, DYNAMITEIN brought to the city after racing all .
Semi-Annual substitutes., f New York, Nov. 8.-In a fire in an I continues tosuffer from this exper- BY EXPLOSION OF I tracks The I I I
argest Appor- .. down fire escapes by the firemen. season vn tne" southern
h. east side tenement house on Madison ience,' and does not appear to be rational Billie A. Jim Crow
SUBURB animals, John A., J
The bodies of three of children
street tonight a woman named Gins- the in the statements she makes.
: and: will be exhibited in
tionment in of ITEMS I Geraldine.
History SOCIAL berg and four children were suffocated -. were found on the stairs where they During the past two or three days BURG. full racing rig, and afterwards will

The family occupied apart- were overcome. The fourth child she has given no less than three I fast mile together. ,*
pace a ; ,
Florida Schools. ments on the fifth floor and, escape and woman were found on the top names, and onade other very conflicting I Another extra feature that has

IROMGARMtRS was cut oft by smoke and flames. floor. statements regarding both her- By Associated Press. ii I been added and which_ will prove of j

self and the man, 'who is supposed to Pittsburg, Nov. 8.-one man was much enjoyment especially to the

Special to The Journal. Special .0 The Journal. be W. E. Rogers, and also continuesto killed, two fatally injured and sixteen ladies and children, t..UFbe. the educated .

Tallahassee.! Nov. 8.-Below will be ,Garniers, Nov.' 8.-The Pryor saw I give' different towns' as the place others seriously hurt by an explosionin horse,* Ben, now here This
Jld the semi-annual apportionment of mill began work Monday last, aftera from whence they. came. She continues -' a suburb to-day. The men all foreigners animal possesses marvelous intelligence -

tone mill tax by Hon \\'. M. Hollo way, rest for repairs ,for nearly two BOARD WORKS F RETURNS Of THE to state ,that_. ,.--she ,blew out the were sitting around a fire and wonderful docility, and can
" months. A shed has been built
te superintendent of public instruction; new gas. when a dozen sticks of dynamite, I do almost everything human, except-
,*'" .1I l is the amount apportioned, over a part of: works and the lumber Judge Nicholson decided yesterdaynot placed near, the fire to thaw, exploded. ing talk. Major Martin. the trainer,

Mi is the largest semi-annual appor- yard which '\considerably dam to question the i woman further I will exhibit the wonder at the show. t '

nllf't1t of the one mill tax in the history!! aged by the'storm..,has,'been put in until she ibecame perfectly rational I Promptly at 2 O'clock. S
Puhli! schools in this state. shape. The./ new. traction engine APPOINTS ANINSPECT.QR ElECTION OFTUESDAY arid then obtain from her a statementas NEGRO DROWNED :f The exhibitions begin promptly at

n. amount of money is apportioned on which will be nsed to draw.logs from to how the gas 'was blown out oV 2 o'clock. This Is necessary, owing

twls of the average attendance ofnate. the timber will b gin'itS'' duties soon. turned on after it was extinguished, to the extensive program and the
Y MZ-: 'rr nd"'will, have charge: :of it of ,the I
which is f.8,832, the same being and also as to the identity AT BLOUNTSTOWNWHILE I many entries, and everything has been
largest average* attendance for any There was some'difficulttn getting man whom she accompanied to this arranged so that there will be no con-

*; bv: several thousand The average''the log truck. city. The judge decided that' (.was fusion. Parties to reach the park .
: | Mr John Reily Wright was a Pen- endeavor"to ootain 'information I ,
atue for the last ecolastic year useless to 'any should take a car for the Palafox and
:)1'1 an increase over the preceding'sacola this' 'eek.g' lng down Tuesday from her while she was In ATTEMPTING TO ESCAPE Gregory street junction, securing a ''

..' IIf eix and returning Wednesday. -- a half-dazed state. SHOOTING transfer to the Park line. Trains of '
nary cent. Tills is In- FOR
I Edward Mastin, who has been to The woman it is stated, will recover cars will leave the junction at short
- 'td"iurational a fine showing and !speaks well. fore I[ Crestvlew....for: ''medical treatment, To Represent It In theBuildingoftheNew Have All Been Received, and from the Illness caused by the ANOTHER. Intervals, the first departing at 1
of florlda.TaJahas."t'e.
: system 'came home Wednesday' via the mall ". inhalation of the gas, but she is yet otelock, and good transportation facilities S
Nov 1. 1 06-Amount for :launch from Pensacoia. He is a
.;.Qrtk> City Are Now Being Can- quite sick. are promised.
nment. JS2.C02.14: Rate
,. per pu- i brother of Mrs.. Wood Davis.. The body of the man is still held Special to The JournalBlountstown Grand Stand in Condition.The .
wits. 1 There was a very,light vote Tuesday 'Hall. vassed. in Pou's undertaking parlors, and as Fla., Nov 8. Chas. grand stand and track have

'OIfltje,, ttf'ndant'e.Average Amount at the Mary'Esther'jvoting place. it has been embalmed will remain Harris a negro charged with shooting been placed in condition and the

11' .ihua. ............. 4.3.1 $ 4.01:! :32I : People do not $eem to take much In- The, Board of Public Works Returns of the general election of there until the mystery surroundinghis another negro in a crap game at ladies dressing room is also completed r.
41St .... .......... 7:7: 66S) SI terest in elections during. an'off year day decided to take ,some yester.1 Tuesday from the twenty-three identity and his home has been Franklin Bluff on the Apalachicolarover and properly fitted.
"Ifordmbla ......., 1,90' 1.6; :28tard !
,u. O 625 06n01ti in this locality: towards being represented in cincts of Escambia county cleared up and then if no relatives was drowned ,while attemptingto Those who drive out to show and
...:::::::::: HI 21 25hO Buddy Drown is still .carrying the struction of the 'new' city hall been received giving the vote pre-I claim the remains the body will be escape. intend remaining in their carriages t-
: 653 aST mail to Mary Esth!r. The melt launch .buried. deputy sheriff of the exhibition will take I' ,.
inspector presentat P. S. Lovett. during positions -
:::::::::: 4 :8340 towards having an ; ceived by the various! candidates Mr
': ..,__. 2.504 !.:t1l3 68 was quite late WednesdaTt'.t't' all times to inspect the material I the vote upon the amendments to the i Several persons visited the undertaking Franklin county boarded the steamer on either aids of the track east '
Idf ...,.... 1.4S 1.36-1 3& There will be. a froUc".g1Ven by and work as It progresses. Accord- constitution.The parlors yesterday and viewed Ruth to arrest Harris but a negro of the grand stand but once takinga I
;'k4t, ....."..... %,1-15 1.973 40 Reeves Smith 'athis! ,,.oiie next Fri- ingly the. board appointed Chas. H. returns are now being can-I I:the remains, and more than one stated woman saw the deputy and told Harris position they will not be permitted "
\"II ,.:. ..... 6,8 1i 5.3:! 40'camhta day Everyone who had been in Pensa- board and he
evening to which that the man their drive
3' 72 3,470 24 Hill as inspector and a letter was vassed by the board of canvassers of I. who was hiding on to change positions or f
"Aim"Mlton .::::::::::: C8T 623 15 enjoys tripping the'light fantastic toe lurnished him by the board to Architect the county, composed of Chairman cola on previous occasions. sprang overboard while the steamerwas about the, track or grounds.
.i"'n, ......:::: .889 2,657! 88 with "his. best girl, is Invited. Ausfeld stating that he was a i Name is Sheffield. in midstream and attempted to Official Program. ':
of commissioners
Tiando"borough............ 1,510 1.38B :20 20! The weather for tne o, past month representative of the board, and would Judge Avery Henry the Bellinger county and Superintendent According to the following,which ap- swim ashore but the current was too The official program Is as follows:

':::::::: 5,626 510 sJ : 92.m has simply been delightful A few remain on the site during the erectionof of Registration ScOtt. This peared in the Mobile Register of yes- strong and swept him past the the Class No. 1.-Harness Gelding Sin- j
,- ...... 1.311 12 drawbacks li.ke'the dog-fly and mosquito the hall terday, the man's name is not Rogers point where he tried to land and before gle: To be shown to any kind of vehicle
U work commenced yesterday, as
kson ...::: was
1 :29-800 .....,.:.. ... .."4,730..9GO 'j3 20 60 are toe only reminders: we haveon The new inspector could not find required by law, but it is a big undertaking -but Sheffield: j' ** the small boat from the steamer To be judged by their speed :
'Fayee .....::::::. .17. HO 84 the bayou to prevent ;urromImaglning Mr: Ausfeld, who had departed for and the canvassing board The man found dead In a hotelin reached him ne sank and was manners, conformation gait and styleof
,,k, ....... .....;: 1.346 1.383. tnat .this, is not' paradise but later found Archi- Pensacoia, Fla-, as the result of drowned. goint Horse alone to be consld:
..... Montgomery did not it last night, but
..,........ complete '
.389 84186 It morning is,
L seems good to see; the freight I who Mr. asphyxiation on Tuesday ered, Excessive speed not required
vy ::::::.... ...,........-. 3.730 3.131.ii :g t steamers and schooners once more tect Ausfeld.Fulshum adjourned over until to-day when the according to the belief of J. H. Jett, Coopers on Strike. or to count I '
1.300 and it is t
..1fk. lit;me ......... 8 461 making their way up ,.aid town. the C Before he located Mr Fulghum. work will be resumed expected -of this city E. J. Sheffield, of Luce- Chicago, 'Nov. 8.-One thousand Class N'o 2.Saddle ITorse: To be
.. ::.:: ........ -.8Z.5 2,630 i: sound.' The Captain :Fritz' ana< the the Inspector. presented his completed during the day. dale, Miss.Yesterday. coopers went on strike tcniay askingfor Judged' by their conformation, quality, i I
..:...... i311 00 however unofficial returns of all but two
.. 1,43 The reading the increase in pay of three cents ,
morning .
the on an
.. Eugene bothmake: regular trips action and gaits.
Iidlaon4nate ........ 4,380 12 credentials to the foreman of the con- and 11 manners .
k ............: 4.761 US! 96! and seem as good .as.before.they went struction work, who Mr. Hill 'states, precincts, Nos 10 were pub- account In tne Register, Mr. Jett had per barreL Class No 2.-Ladies Turnouts t

)() anre ................: 1.63 1.163 g through the storm.'DISSATISFIED. ,. refused to recognize lum, except as lished in The Journal yesterday his bookkeeper look over the checksto Single horse trap phaeton buggy -or j.
...... precincts have now
.. z.nz 2.016 itb't morning. These bad memorandum of a
see if he. a runabout. To be driven by lady unaccOmpanIed I
Ia ...... ..... 6064 a private citizen. When this was reported both particular with
in in
but a very cola tallies every
been received
rep .. amount made payableto
: the
: for Horse
, :....,..... 813 609 the the latter sent a check by gentleman. to
':i ... .. I :. .'.- to mayor vote was polled The book- the man to who the check was"sent
.......... 2.700 !.5H .z light a person in Lucedale. count 50 per cent; vehicle and barness
the contractor explainingthat
'i'a! ............. 1,644 1.519 4S letter to keeped found a'.check stub and the on May last. A few days before the 25 cent; driving ability, 23 .
Is I :: Johns::: .......... 1308:: 120336:! : Ie Mr. Hill was a representative of Negro Lynched. letter: above letter was written John Longestand per J I
Wfeton\ ..........: 00 of Works and 8.-Jet Hicks following, per cent. 'i
'nta 4a 43. WITHMAGOONPru. the Board requestedthat Moultrie, Ga, Nov a 1906. Sheffield came into our"office in -
Rusa ......... 1i7 1,61641 May 29, Class No. 4.-Ponies Other Than H,
C- :tItPf ............ 1.081 994 52 he be recognized as such. Mr. negro was lynched to-night at Sale Mr. E. J. Sheffield Lucedale, :Miss. a partial state of intoxication. Shef-- Shetland in Harness: To be drives J. /

1aaee. ..,......... %,588 ,380 96 Assoclat.d "..*... Turner was not in the city, however, City for murdering John Akridge. Pear Sir-tnclosed: find our.check field at the time' stated that he .had by boy or girl not over sixteen years *J;i !
......... UZ 48I and his representative at the office
':If!a ............. .U7 894 1.984 41't. Havana Nov 8.The growing dissatisfaction reply.Tbe for $4.50, same being account of time purchased from Longest the amount of age pony alone to be considered. : J
lila I .. theIAberalEin consequence declined to make a written him by us, on the previous night, t
..... 743 683 56 ,who were arrested due John Longest. very .re To be judged by conformation, quality I
E .......... 1.819 .1.6,1 nKron of Governor :Migoon'a:non-appointment Inspector, however, spent the of the contractor, and..wanted to collect It. I told him manners, action, gait and general I
6Ih1n ......... :'153 1.80 76al of Liberals' ,a> officers day on the ground inspecting- the for. opposing an officer of sent the cement to tae spectfully.Jett Bros. Contractlng.Co. our pay day was on Saturday. The adaptability. I

1 .. ........S8 822 181.725 44 crystalized tonlgha''aecret meeting work and materiaL <, site to procure samples request of the Mr. Jett in speaking o[ the matter bookkeeper took his name and address Class No. 5.-Fanciest Light Har- :
mouml tvr apportion- of prominent Liberate.. ,A com Case Were Nol Pro-*t
t, ..... ......,..... 82.602 14 mlttee was appointed'to'express the The case against G. O. Brosnahan.J I citv:-Attorney nol prossed in the. municipal yesterday of the dead man in Fensa- that time." (Continued 'On Page Three J.A .
Jr. and Foreman Ely, representatives court yesterday morning. S
> 2n '"nJ dissatisfactionV governor.
nut apportioned...4876 OJ party's

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'; Flue During Develops Ihe Stimulating Aroma jnd Ta tt' : -"j't !

Prominent = J ,

_ Found, ,In Schnapps *' ;S I-,
,of '
There,are three ways used ;by far- Hundreds,of imitation 'brands are .the' "
n gives every/week shipments
; of
: j for and sale lock'like Alfred .. > tEt
mers curing preparing their on ,that ,Schnapps; ,tjie ". '
of the '. > -
tobacco for the market; :namely sun outside tof ,the :imitation plugs of-tobacco which ,Mrs., : ," 4 ; '* '.. ,

J cured,, air.cured and flue" cured. The is flue cured, ,but ,the :inside: head statement has, 'heads,thejlistwith the J J.K. Orr Shoe Com-

old and cheap way IS called air'cured; .filled with .cheap, flimsy, heavily that she Mr.had,

; ,the later discovery and improve! way' sweetened air ,cured "tobacco,; one "The .\ew 1S 'United. tates.' .

&0 is called ,flue cured. In flue-curing chew of::Schnapps. will satisfy tobacco the Thursday.following day. :It,shows r Atlanta's place in the

hunger longer :than two ;:chews of is in a ( ,< great:
c' the tobacco is taken ,from the field Boston
popularity : SHOES.
such tobacco.
: by fair-minded .
find suspended over intensely hot, :, .
) ;.flues in houses,especially built,to retain ;Expert tests prove that this ,flue collapse who were, and ; ; I : :Shoes at your service.'.' ,
cured tobacco in the famous Frye and .
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!, the heat, ,and. there kept :In ,the Piedmont Mrs. Eddy to ,don' know which, way.Uhecat's gom' t
; region, requires and takes of her big I to
proper temperature until ,this curing who :should : 1
.less sweetening .than .other Jdnd t
any shore.
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;4 ,process developes in ,the ,tobacco the and has 'a wholesome, stimulating "I have i 'h
stimulating taste and Eddy's home, ents-he needs *the goods: If
fragrant they
satisfying Affect; on, chewers. )f the form the 'J: are
S.Y found in accojust' happy and is ,, c
Schnapps as kind'of tobacco you,are.chewing on't structions f
green ,coffee, -.is ,made fragrant and satisfy, more than the mere habit of and : .*' ', ,. '" .' ; He

stimulating by the ,roasting process. expectorating, stop fooling! yourself about'''Christian"their l \ ;
4 Only choice selections of this' ripe, and chew Schnapps tobacco.Schnapps aware which that have'tl' ':- 44I ; ,,"-,. :, .', S1
juicy flue cured leaf, grown .'in the is'1 like.the,tobacco chew friends, some >*:" '

famous Piedmont- .country, where: :,the ersfQrmerly; boughtcosting from. 750. lists Scientists and 'out-and, .,. .., ) big,. bills J. ',< ,.be",,.hard,''' to, meet,

best tobacco .grows, are ,used j i in \ito$ioo per-Pound; Schnapps is sold bodily"The,and JD : :Shoe.l'House L where; .you ''could get just t NE1

,Schnapps and other, :Reynolds'brandsof : at to do with } } : T(
SQC. per pound ,in '5c.".cuts, strictly! *' I. \
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er H be large ::
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high ,grade, flue cured: tobacco 110.au .15 cent. plugs. property and Will
wage for her I ; orders chyouo.jn. ,time for It Bas <
of Christian : ; ; :, ,. ; : Saturdays e

. K. J. REYNOLDS ,TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM: N. C. .'. is mate not profit a : ,?", .II M d

and therefore ..; ; la, l
'. --.- -r 'iI."" render to .don't help-youl rjt's-ithe ; business you miss

church has '." .. :s .. '4 I lit1 '. :'. ; 2 ) ,
ENROLLMENT: .IN SCHOOL. AMUSEMENTS. : more private,right to : .; 1. i *> f a =;= - .

R R' v. -.d she makes of ,-i' ', 1-es. t: ,..1t'i.i ir Iifl..A
inquire about -", 'f :-: oJ--. ''1! I- i i .t -
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citizen. Even < C ,
"Her Own Way. a slight 'r : 'P' '" "!, Fl
,pf the happiest 'touches ,of can readily / :LkS I '/I''.'*. t f ,
Shown ..F itches_piay, "Her;Own Way," sible for Mrs, '' r I *- t X. ,* OJ
By Reports Made tothe Board of Public '
1ch will be seen here.next;Monday. lionaire. I ",. 1 ; t :...< : '
the of children ,drawn with affidavit 'made : ,
group -
: tion-Board'Held Regular Meeting Yesterday ,by Mr.:Mtch. Ilr.l1tch,alw ys Pride :the, r.*&"ood-'' shoes- *ftus fond of' children :and the ChrisUanu :
Approved,Pay Rolls and,Heard Reports.The .making studies of them ,ha states that ; '
.,the little ones in this, his ceived any' ; ; constantly-arriving will'.certainl}' con:
play ,with ,unusual ,charm. Science, ,.. ':
attendance at public school To Negotiate Leon. boys are thorough-going,boys;and five thousand '.. ,'.. pile.
No 1 Is the largest In the history of. As there is'not sufficient milk sops. The .gins ,are women dered her by ; :: : ;;. < ,
that institution.: This was shown yesterday the treasury to meet the pay miniature. The little tot Toots Is church for r
t when the reports of the en- bills the superintendent! capricious ruler of the entire the e tioJl,, ;.lllustrating.. ; our" leading- 'styles" so plain! J
rollment and daily average attendanceof structed to negotiate loan of ( The' greatest children's Mother chur '
the various ,public schools of the.with the American National at the opening of the play has is a well just, the,jcinds'and.sizes.. .wanted.: It sires(
city were submitted to tne Board of'a period of:DO: days: This : called the greatest scene of, the not a il. <, Datha'
Public Instruction at its regular,is in.the treasury: 'will be seen in modern comedy. Speak No ,Boston ; tjhe '&)ring r.t 90T.'' '
monthly session. These covered .tn s J meet the Pay. roll and.,bills of'it,. a leading manager in New lawyers have : I; : [ ,, .. : 'proithe
first month of the scholastic year. !I past month, which 'were" recently' said:- "Such a scene tian '
School No. 1 has a total,enrollment and ;amounted! ,to'.about 7000.' .have been impossible in any, terfering with E:1.[ : i : f:4Q: customers.. Byitsuse. '. .. many of them
of 575 pupils, and a daily average The ,resignation: of ,J. R. play.< ,In the first place the plishments of -, -t QDat
attendance during the month of Oc- puperyisor.of school .No,'38 of our cousins across ,the retary nor : year.- w
tober of 530, this being the highest cepted, and B. H.. Bryars', in England are'not allowed the of such ;ar f
daily average in the history of theinstitution. pointed supervisor permitted our own I little talk on the ace i
School No. ''S has a total here and.1Uem.JUl entirely dif- "The doors 'Shoe. Sales are,less than four times talesThe
enrollment of 307 with a daily aver- There. is no'.Reason atmosphere. The children on open as they : : .,: ,1 '
age attendance of 270; school No. why your baby should be continent have many""of the same Eddy will i .will help,you., Shall, we send you one' w !
40 a total enrollment of 169 and' a fretful during the night. as-;have .the English, ,so ual and will. step
daily average attendance of 153; the cause of thin, sickly the comedies 'Pinero :-or Barrie, drives. She i t. e Uony
school' No. 70, a total enrollment of is natural that a healthy baby would be impossible. 159 and a daily attendance of 143 and be fat and sleep welLIf that has been'introduced into low i.i;; = -" > ; 'I 1 sue:
school No, 74, a total enrollment of does ,not retain ,its f40n.t', scene by our' American play- "No -!. aintiThe
207 and ,a daily. 'average, attendance. ,of ment with colic cures and other Clyde Fitch. The dearest of Christian f .i.. '
181. cines, but try a, bottle of children is their fairy godmoth-- excitement, :Appointment\ hick
All of ,the city schools made excel Cream Vermifuge, and you Georgiana Carley played' by Miss As in times -
lent reports as to the attendance and, see your baby have color and Lynden Julep Murry's new dealing with 1p orga
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.work being .accomplished. i as it should. been published

[ The young people gave : Ists nothingness.force are and so SHIOE ': orthing

MrsHardee a,surprise'party LAUR fI: HILL I far! as : GO. ;efoih.
I i FREEPORT ,,1 day night which proved to be Like a mist .. wt,
delightful affair Mrs 'Hardee earth it may { inw
I graciously served fruits for acts from the .., cone. '
Soeclal to Tn Journ.LV .
Freeport, Nov. 8.-A large proportion -I 1 ments. I Special. to The Journal. the mist
Miss '.Wilibel McDonald ,went HilL, ,8.The election of misguided
of our inhabitants attended the, Jfov. Makers Best
fair in DeFuniak. j Friday night to take In.the off ,quietly :Tuesday--only: .a and the great a UK
Mr ,Jas Blackburn's span of roans'' the state fair returning.Sunday votes were ,cast. on In its rice
secured a prize at the fair. and reports a nice trip. .' Charlie' Labors lost his resi perience of tl t
Quite a crowd went from he incredulity "avorL
Mrs. Robert McCaskill is attending I ce Monday by fire, caused by an '
the Carnival in Jacksonville this ,day and Saturday nights to I I flue The ,furniture was,near- pares them ; A
ireek ito I see entertainments- at the K.'Z'r saved. There was:no Insurance.! ports, when "T' JNO. S. WHITEMAN, "R
"Uncle Blue" Colvin made a trip ,to'hall. .:J. M Martin of Samson, left pears. 'I 'n
Freeport ,this week. We are very sorry: ,to say that .for her home after several days "Mrs. Eddy Salesman! <
D McDonald who has been World, had
with relatives and friends.
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Mr. W. J. Irvin, who is superintendent -
of the new 'McCaskill mill:for Mr. Hushes, returned to quiet home marriage! ,took place nor did she ... .' tr
,:iak Springs Sunday ,and will questions
,residence of Mr. and Mrs. Dick
left town Saturday be absent'a few
turn. Many regret his 7 30 ed to her.
days: nta1 yesterday evening at : ----._ --"
We are very glad to learn she was 8I
Mr representing the Pen Mr. Dan Cox and M75s!J' Ida
who has been
sacola":Grocery Co, made his custom'tle Violet Trice being the contracting par- most
ing from a carbunkle able Rev. W. F. Martin officiated her very
ary'visit to our city this week. x
,up again. F. ed persjns t
School begins next Monday. Mr. Cox is flagman on the _A. &
and Mrs. Edgar'Mathews have been Mrs Gus McArthur returned of the L. & N. Railroad. The speak in
engaged. The third teacher has'beeahere Sunday night from Milligan crowd in attendance ,was an evi in'which she A
she visited her parents. of the popularity of both bride rible ordeaL ,
quite a while \i
The members of the Mrs.
'l'hey1eft for Florala im seen
groom. .
Mr. Wilkins Tanton's house. is >
Completion. 'League are practicing for a ,after the serving of wine pared to make '" 6V
nearing <: j
business ary rally which will be held cake. They will reach Georgiana occasion as
Mr. C. H: Rutan ,made a
trip to Pensacola this week. I neek. next, where they will reside, her.To
The folks are the fair y
The election passed off quietly young for a while. Miss Ida will be
here: the main question being the:much fun as Mr. Graham, will missed 'by her' many. freinds ports of Miss
drainage amendment. A light vote rented the pavilion and Laurel HilL bur Mr. I
as a skating rink the Associated
was polled. Fourteen were against I Dan Campbell spent last week
and for I it parents and friends in Geneva. Monday r
drainage twenty-one MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 71
Ernest Campbell\ is having a the reliable BEER
; winter dress placed on his ,resi Charles A. : I L
Street of
LIGHT HOUSE BREAD The maximum temperature .
Co. out of H. Cornell
without the sacola yesterday was 71 Folmar & are turning J.r
-none genuine other
work at.theirnew'saw mill.
1pm.. while the minimum
label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- degrees at 6:30: a. ,m: Last erection of Mr. Polmars: resi Mrs. Eddy on : vibr impregnated; with the etaA,1 ar
the same date the maximum is progressing nicely, :and will This places a

ery. I degrees and.,the minimum! 54 ,_ one. John of the Merrill's best in town.grist ,mill and In tion behalf as a,of ; : us extracts of- 'malt and

seed crusher are doing{ fine eighty-five. Jut +
.1' BAGDAD 11 I very :light! -in alcohol !. alerfclp
rof. Moore leaves today! for Talla ; r. edit

: quantity,.of ye tablecereal: ingredients
Special to The Journal. < I j ,of our boys are in attend! :then compare to the small amount of
Bagdad. Nov. S.-School opened on) ,at the United States court; in We'offer Ono Nfe
4 October 29th with Prof. Helms as I this week. I for any cue of : Gerst beer, :makes r jtin: every sense ofwonderfully 'e t
principal and .Misses Allan, BeViljej I The! only vay to get I. Baptist,church; at,this! place has cured r by J.Halls a'q enuartQ temperance-food beLwage teaate
and McDonald as assistants. lYe hope of jfagtes and ptfeer red the services of.Rev: p. C. Al We. the ad _
this will be 'a very successful term; ,f. and ,he will preach at the church Cheney for the .lltt
as we have a very able force of teachers tiOB is to cleanse the ensuing year. I him perfectly s Crf(1k It'wilh ,your meals; it
and see ,no reason Why .it should 'yeilae.G n, : I entire community" was shocked I I out transactions any obu and. ,:aiJ6 digestion
Hot be. : the news reached: h re'of the ALDU.G, ,
gfete the kteeys fiver
Mr. L. P. Campbell .visit Us borne of R.. O. Hart @which occurred I.Han, Catarrh ,iSr BREWING CO,, Nashville, Tioin.
In.: DeFuniak Springs last :week, Sorry skin.. ) few''days ago. Mr. Hart Fas a i "
to learn ,Mrs.. ,Campbell ,will, ,not return too r.popular ex'merchant and i i CPUB surfaces BELL.l1mlesa1e' Dealer..
to our town.Jliss H 4'J pu- present the ,best .!farmer .in',Laurel i' *3a sent by an free. ? '*'P" -. .
Floy Stewart visited DeFuniak The funeral of Mr..Hart will be, i Told !! ,Half a

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Special- to- Th. 'JAUrtiaLMcDavid. i II Special I Sacrifice Sale 1 I I :

FOR HOSE E PR''VE D.cola.fe.days McDavid.pleasantly l\'oT.--l\lr.returned spent Monday and" in Mrs after Pensa-: W.I a I .. I

p IT. Mr. R. fi. Williams of Pensacola, j -of- __

.. accompanied by a friend, Mr. W. H. I
QUESTION 5H.Q.LContlniaed Kelley, is spending a few days vacation .

( ; from. First 'Pa'ae.r (((7. ( J.Miss R.with Williams.Annie his parents Harrison, ,Mr.who and at pres-Mrs. Ladios'' ann Children's'Hnts n p; '

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of unusual and expensive :: ent teaching the Burnville school near r ::1

styles suchas ness Mare: To be shown.to any four- i : Bluff Springs. spent Saturday and i

ieIC wheel rig. Judges to. consider style Sunday with home folRs.; .... .
a flare overcoator action manners gait and beauty of 11/,1L/ ( ( zp Our school term began here on .

suit, try ours. ,form.Class Nb. 6!-:'Pair In Harness Thursday Nov. 1st. with an enrollment 9 o'clock.' E.
; of 50 pupils and Miss Prudence Saturday Morning 1
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Pair '
Such styles ordi- ; of mares jj'r geldings or mare or E. Harrell of Orlando, Fla., as ,

fl tailors dread gelding be shown .to appropriate p teacher. ': If
nary I trap surry or victoria.. Driver must 'kt The revival meeting held at the Bo-
and only masters be accompanied by ladl s. Horses to gia M. E. church by Evangelists Miller = Three hundred Sample Hats, comprising, all the popular e :.1

should touch.SteinBloch. count, 75: per ''cent; general appointments and Alurich closed Monday night *

25 per cent. with quite a large attendance. A Hats
Ready-to-Wear and French Pattern all the.
1t prac- Class No., t. -Shetland Ponies In great deal of interest wag shown In popular q '

tised for 51 Single Harness: To be shown to ap .i throughout this meeting, and we

with shears years and propriate girl not.vehicle over fourteen and driven years by of age.boyor t M188- :;LUCY:MAY-, trust plished.that much good'was accom colors and most correct styles aton -thfrd actual value t: I !

needle delight in Class No. 8.Lady Rider: Judgesto 692 E. 43d 81. Chicago.Daadartna Mr. Aiden E. Flemfng :was among -"' \ l.7 .. .
consider style ease and ability of the hair feel lIke the Don't 'th' t : I
makes nnwovraIlk. I visitors from Pensacola. last grand bargain
them, and make rider. It prodoees that silky and glossy effect so Sunday. opportunity ant remember i :
much admired. It contains Dealing,cooling\ ud i: ;
tore them fit with Class No. Combination Horse: stImulating proper M.Just what tboKalpneeds Mr. J. E. Bowman is on a business .
grace Must be driven and then ridden. To .and what thin and f suing hair must have. It Is trip to Atmore to-day. the sale promptly at 9 o'clock Saturdaymorning
and air that tb only hair remedy ever made that will port- ;
command be judged by' conformation, style, lively produce eapUlarr attraction and natural Mr. R. H. Bonifay and Mr. C. W. .

your gaze. gaits and general adaptability to two efiuteaca.. ROW, at all drujtfsta,three sizes. Smltn went to Pensacola ye t rday. ,''1 {fs .j,
purposes. I '260., &00. lid $1.00 perbottto' Mr. John Jernigan of Pine Barren E ;
Class No. '10.-Model Horse: Best "O DAjrDXBXNJC:CO,Cbloag was a business visitor .here Wednesday -I -,. -H

Come here for your stallion: mare or gelding to' be shown r ,I afternoon. t : j I
to bridle. To be judged by their individuality !
Horse show Messrs. T. J. Cushion and D. J.
I quality and triteness to Baggett of Atmore were in atten"

type shown. REASONS WHY ance at the meeting in Bogia last fit Lannon & Co
I ClasS: No. 11":-Colts Not Over Two Sunday. Mm E r!

CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO. Years Old Colts raised in Escambia I No.74 The Misses Bowman entertained a !

... \J... countyto' be: shown to halter, Special few of their friends informally on l .
THIESENJBUlLDING silver' cup by Pensacola Journal. I Real FOUR-PLY I Wednesday evening. The guests as- n tt (( l" {t1:1! '''tr-a: IL t
Parade-Parade of all prize-wln-, '
!:r..74Y/ sembled at eight and music and various .
ning horses on the grounds.WOMAN. i -- >-
: games were enjoyed, until 10:30/
Collars the
last n I when refreshments consisting of

:e ANEW DISCOVERY FOR MENDING Laundry. Lion Brand fruit and candies were served. AliI 'Coaland Wood J
SWQRLfc I enjoyed a most delightful evening. ;wo J) lJl ,
MENDER.? Collars are Among those present were Misses : 1
Till mend any torn garment without Mattie Eva. and Etta Bowman Miss I
sewing so that you can't tell Itkas all FOUR-PLY. Viola Williams Miss Prudence Har- We deliver Ice Coal Charcoal am .;!

ever torn. Package mailed with 15 cents each 2 for 25 roll :Mr. R. E. Williams, :Mr. W. H. ;Wood anywhere In the city. We cai ... i
cents. supply you In any quantity and ow :
:uC directions on receipt of 15c to Kelley Mr. Geo. Harrison Mr. L. S. sen-ice is I
:.t.)1 Feingold P. O. Box 353 Pensa- 4 AT ALL GOOD SHOPS Powell Mr. E. F. Thompson Mr. L. MRS. CORA B. AYLING. MISS! ESTHER KUNSTLER.A prompt. .,, t

ola! Fla. R. Miller. Mr. J. Ernest Williams and
: Steam and Domestic Coat. ; : J'-
ss ASTRONOMER. Mr. Frank Gunter. A. Woman Whose Executive Abilities Clever Lawyer Who Helps Sew Wood Cut Any Size. .. ; > .', :\ :
Brine Her $10,000 Year York'. East Side Peer
SOMETHING NEW Mr WtlllamiDm PatonFleiaIag.Ia: a JAIL BREAKER When ,your liver quits you, it's a J'
Milled! Beiutj PITS 25 and 30c per pilrV. Brilliant' Scientist. mighty bad feeling for the time. Mrs. Cora B. Ayling of Brookline bathe : New York's east aide has a successful E. G. SEWALL 1

A. Gahlenbeck, 213 Palafox Si Since 'tle days of Caroline Herschel i Don't return quick unless you wakeit : distinction of being the only wo Portia,,and she Is only.twenty-two II ,

and Maria Mitchell no woman has play RE-CAPTURED I up, and sometimes it-sleeps mighty man whose name Is given in the' Directory -' years of age. She rarely lovs a case Phones. 614-363. 26 -N. Tarragona St.;: I

COTTRELL, ed so important a part in the astronomical sound. L. L. L. (Lamar's Lemon of Directors. Not only is )Mrs. ind has become champion for tbe def : 11

FINE PHOTOG 4PHS. wotkf at TVtlliamina Paton Flen> -- Laxative) is the best "caller": you've Ayling' a successful business woman !I: :anse of hundreds not only in the police : (
I fuss about it, :
heard of-makes no
Pensacola. !Ta. Ing. a native.ot Dundee..Scotland bet By Associated Press.Mobile does not disturb and director in several corporations In I courts, but in the supreme court. The 'j i J
\Ov. 8.The white man you
,r by naturalization and "adoption. an : All druggists 50c. Boston. but as secretary and treasurerof name of this girl lawyer Is Esther : 'j
who es aped from'jail at Bay'Minette.AJ ,
TURTON A BELL. American citizen. the companies she draws one of the Kunstler, and she occupies a cozy office 9i---? tt
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1879.Kc tt' is :, several dQ-9 ago and was' ,re .'J
Although a generally accepted
Don't Remain a Seamstress. largest salaries paid to any woman with ,up to date furnishings at 158
' "e fact that within the 'last twenty-five P. Hamilton has been identified as I believe that I have met more tm- east of New.York city her year's work Rivington street : f

years women' have done Importantwork Darling Sanders a member of a prom- happy sickly women among dressmakers netting her 10000. The girl is becoming famous for court i !
,akrnizkcr.tlaootactur.nq K. leweler.,and! Graduate in s lentlfic fields of labor vel'1'few meat Georgia family who is wantedin and seamstresses than In any other Mrs. Ayling who Is secretarytreasurer room repartee. She talks to Judge and : n

(r"tin.31) S. Paiaiox Street. Pensacola. Fla. people know perhaps, that they various parts of Alabama, Mississippi 'two grades put together. It takes a and director of the Agno Auto witness In a "winning" manner,, and I t tI .
are now doing work, not only. In'tla Florida and Georgia on chargesof girt of exceptional .will power and Mailing Machine company. secretary- her witticisms keep everybody In good
y line of research, bnt also as discoverers horse stealing and burglary.He escaped physical endurance not to degenerate humor. She generally creates somewhat I t'
and director of the
treasurer George
)" Tersely ToldR. To this class Mrs. Fleming belongs while serving a term for bur physically and nervously In this trade. of a sensation when she appears Something New in Men's i
Livingston Richards company and seerotarytreasurer
more properly as she discovered six of glary. I The close confinement the cramped and dUector of the 1 t 1

A. Bonifay and C. W. Smith of the nine new stars during the Jat fifteen posture in which you' work, the constant Hats. ,
5, PILES CURED: IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. I Richards Publishing company, three J :
UcDarld, were in the city yesterday.Chas. yean. PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to strain on eyes first affect the '
In the Harvard college observatory, cure any ease of Itching. Blind Bleedingor appetite and then the'':general, health. companies whose assets aggregate $ ,-- You should see them. If the : ;
of Florala. Ala.,
C. McRae old. She I
Protruding! Piles In 6 to 14 days or I :300,000. Is thirty-five years
prominent citizen of that place is which stands foremost In certain lines money refunded. 50c.Brilliant The girl beyond you ,cannot stand a started In business Immediately upon particular style of hat you IJ' his

n the city on a short business visitC. of,work and whose Influence, ,felt allover draft so the window Is closed and :
desire not in hat
111 Europe, seventeen of the forty as- ,you get not a s.th--l!jyiod's pure air. our large t. '
M. Cox formerly of DeFuniak,
ut who located at .Bonifay about a sistants employed are women. Among record.: Besides all of her i The proprietor of the establishmentI ,-J-, stock, you can feel sure-it :
them Wllllamlua Pa holds routine work, this remarkable woman I rent selecting a dull elee
ear since is in the city in attend ; ton Fleming can sav? by Aw& -- does not exist. The colors i !
the sessions of the United the position of curator-of-the famous finds time to edit the Annals of the i trie lighted workroom.and so you are ,! ,
nee upon
s tates court. astro-photographic library of the observatory. Observatory, to contribute articles; to I I deprived of God's health giving sunlight the gray, brown, slate and -L;.

various astronomical journals and to do ; Do not ga Into a workroom unless % black. } :I-
of the master and -
The testimony This position Is as unique as the library computation of mountain heights for you are firmly resolved to bend
Prices from t
rew of the bark Andrea was taken range $2 to of' ,
esterday before commissioners of Itself for In the .2O: years of tlfe Appalachian club. 'I every energy to getting out of It again .
As a woman Mrs.! Fleming has fulfilled -that: is, you must determine to leant $3.50. {
3e United States court The- testi- .
t.iail. ,Iofly is to be used in the various liP Ufa's duties conscientiously; as a I as' rapidly as'possible'and. utilize the ))11 :

scientist she has achieved a national knowledge thus gainedon! broader lines -; -
suits; in which the Andrea is both > I r :I.t"i
laintlff and defendant ; reputation. When she first began i than eight,or ten hours'! spent.under the
writing she used to sign herself W. P. dictation of a forewoman who will rfj
The two companies of artillery,
Fleming, and in the astronomical world drain lifeblood If to
,hich have been stationed at Fort your necessary Whet fi Nix *t
lorgaa are not to be transferred to, \Y. P. Fleming was widely
ort Barrancas as first intimated but his accuracy. tron.-Anna Steese Richardson" la Wo' '

ill leave this week for a post in When she was"first made a fellow of l man's Home Companion.

:orth Carolina for temporary station. a certain scientific society the clerk .' OUTFITTERS t. 11

eing transferred in March to one ofe was greatly embarrassed In filling out'I .T I
fortifications in Maine. Fort JloNan the certificate .and,laboriously rubbing V.l nterr Well Doing. !
that they Tour.Money's Worth or Your Money Back. ? 1
Children do many things
has been abandoned as an army out, the irord fellow; and. substituting, I \
'ist. and' the :Eight Artillery district member in Its place. This., hqwsver. are not told to do, and many of such .,

"*r comprises only..the local fortica; was corrected by Jbe person in..author ; things are worthy of a little notice. im\ \ 19.1lIES. UISS ESTHER KCXSTLEB. ; "';'j t..
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:ons. s ity, and now Williamina Paten Fleming -I You cannot hope to direct a child in
all his doings that lire purely *Tree In any court for the first time looking : '
fellow of so and so, no longer looks CUBA B. ATLI5G. Opera'House
Best ever made-B'lue Ribbon Lem- curious. win" on his part. Many of them yoa more like a schoolgirl than a lawyer. In ..d.

i and Vanilla. Absolutely pure go I- Certainly the.modern woman la science trill not see or know of.until done. If tier graduation from a high school In I simple dress. "- t ,
Tice as far and the "Blue Ribboa"lavor" I Chicago where she was born, and her As she speaks six languages fluently ONE NIGHT ONLY, '
has found an honorable as well asconspicuous .1
is perfection. 'Ask for the 1 first work was as traveling saleswoman her list of clients grows steadily. Many Monday, November 12. ;, ) _,
a place the world of
rclentists and astronomers In the"person
AN OPEN LETTERTO on a month's probation in this has championed look upon her as a f i : '
, of TVilllamina Fleming.. writer anddlsco"erer. PRESENTS '
Rollers. capacity and. proving a success remained sort of angel on earth. SYLVIA LYNDEN ./ l ; ,

1 --:=- THE PEOPLE OF PENSACOLA.To with the firm seven years. Miss Kunstler was! born in a small '

Dolly'. AllmeatB. .. : Progre..iTe n:!" :I''''' When the Richards Publishing company town In Austria and has been In this IN Ii :
I'm worried 'bont'my dolly; Progressive dinnets are not new but Whom It May Concern: I was formed in 1900 Mrs. Ayling country fourteen years. When only ..i, 'i.

I'm afraid she isn't.well. I they have never been given frequently Of late there has been a good deal came east to take charge of the adver- twelve years of age she began to'study \ 'if
But! exactly what the matter is of discussion in Pensacola in regardto ..
- It's very hard to telL I' because hostesses had' a' notion that advertised medicines and their{ tising end- of the business and from tl. the big law books In her father's office
I they were difficult 'Far from ,being that position she worked her way to Felix: Kunstler being a well known notary ff.nis .
full of them.-
I Che hasn't any eat appetite. 1. ,MBS. WILUAklKA'PiTON iLS3IUiO. the case, they simplify dinner giving. Value We-want the papers to say are to every man.i;j her present office and to her positions j t tIn public on Rivington street A lit I r.
She never a thins Harvard's history no other woman has amusement the other companies which were she was admitted : lt
Ko matter"' what a east'you spreadOr for, they make .their own woman and child in. Pensacola that tIe more than a year ago .
tempUK dainty brine. ever' received an official ,Appointment I constantly furnishing topIcS of conversation we believe the most valuable prepar-; formed later. I j to the bar. She loves her profession = .t.:.

'.*o'm the university corporation, 1 ,'&0-that'there. Is 'danger' ot ation .of cod liver oil-tbe best tonic Mrs. Aylins attributes her success to and her father says it Is hardly J""
And. then. It's very curious and !allS j' Mrs. Fleming is a Member .of the flagging.As. reconstructor health restorer and hard work and keeping constantly at likely that she will ever abandon It to t. li -
Why and night .1 I
e sits day and stare before her 'I Royal Astronomical'Society of;London. ; tht.name' Implies. the" guests pro strength creator-r-we have ever sold It. She says that she bad ta go to work marry. On this,question,however Miss

And to sleep she'll never fall I II She' Is the-first/American.i ,woman and gress! through dinner! ," cot only figura: IB VinoL I when she left school and that her business l- Kunstlor, Is uncommunicative. i

I I the third of .her .sex to receive such tivejy,' but literally-that is to say, with Vinol is not a patent medicine it education has been obtained directly "My work Is my life" she said. "I ,

Unless Or lay I her take on her her In bed my arms !: honors. Previus' WOm D',members of 'every course a man'.moves up one,.or, contains no injurious drugs but it through practical contact with am happiest when I am defending one | :,! ;:

With her toes so bgh she's nearly I I I the.society were lady Hu; jglns and Ag'nea rather to the seat. f the. man next: so actually does contain all of the medicinal the business world. During the past of my clients. It Is a great work, andIt ,t.
Standingtraillit upon her head.I I 11..CierL .)lrs Jftt lq'". also a that before ,.the .end.' 'of 'the dinner be curative elements taken from of year President Richards of the company Is hard work and I hope to make.my ; 'j
colleges t fresh cods' livers without a drop has been In Europe for about dayr-NeW York Globe. I tIT j.1 t;
I think I'll tell the doctor fellow of severaUAmetican has talked with e .ch"WC'.JI3n guest. the stomach mark some -
the useless oil to upset :
Like my mamma does for me. fcore star discoveries I >re'credited,to ",T here Is'*. g od'denl 1 of fun, in'Ibis, I and retard. .its work. and tonic iron eight. months. and during that time Prices Seats Sale roe to Friday$1.50. i -
I'm (retting very anxious. Mrs. Fleming than to.aay.other personin' for'.wbeD. time Is allod.'a8 It were, the I added. Mrs. Ayling has bad complete chargeof t
And rd like for him,to see the science. She has leave tbe work in all three firms.
the history of mac. mast for the next woman.whether : Vinol'Is recognized throughout the
H he hasn't got a medicine I, discovered over 200 new:variable stars or no. Sometimes be is glad; world as .the greatest strength creator Enterprising and giving most of her IS A PARASITEThat

To make nay dolly grow by means'of of tbe brighthydrogen lines more often be is sorry, and when be 1 Ii for old people weak, sickly women I time to business. Mrs. Ayling has still Dandruff r
As .strong! and plump and hearty. I In their'spect''and has' been able to In tbe midst of a deeply absorbing matter and .children nursing mothers and time for many out of door enjoyments.She Causes Itching Scalp :

A E.her D,mother Sernardl Is. you in KanM know.4lary it7 prove their variability in etch ewe with his neighbor he' LJ' wrathy after a severe sickness. a member of the Commonwealth i i And Finally, talling': ir... BOOKS
and drives
and golf
Star. I It" from. the pbotopapblc''chl"rt of the even though the! emotion 'm'ay be concealed Vinol cures hacking coughs, chronic Country club plays

L regions.In But always there is ,variety,' colds. bronchitis and all throat and and this year has taken up automobil-:I i The itching scalp the falling hair -
.... I lung troubles. We ask the people of Ing. She Is a firm believer in out of and the dandruff that annoys are the 11
after all is the main
Of she announced fro'm Its which, thing
A BaitingSoda. sod 1800 spectrumtiiat Pensacola to try Vinol on our offer to door exercise: and attributes her good i I work of a parasite bidden in the Just received new rb'f::; t.rChc: :: J, i S
package of ordinary cooking ,. a certaln'.tarlD' the constellation sought by hostesses; ton's. Lady I a .
return money if it fails. W. H. White health and business ability to this relaxation scalp. That parasite must be killedto Lion & )lou...
plerarns) should find k place"in thePdJdne of Cygnus was variable and There is no difficulty in managing th* I Jane Cable. The Leader. \
& Co., Druggists. from manifold business cares. cure dandruff; and the only prep Ulers. Buckannon's Wife Jungle Pam. ., .
closet., for many are the 0 (among other'-.achievements) has the progression-'although it is a' bit less Note-While we are sole agents for I Herald. aration that will do that is Newbro'a: Blindfolded ABthony Overman, aad i

P: ell to which it can be put. A hand- !I distinguished honor of being the first simple than as ,though all pla'tcs were Vinol In Pensacola. it is now for sale -Boston Herpicide. "Destroy the cause you Also these new books-some only tea 1 l:'

111 Placed! in the hot water in which discoverer of the planetary-nebulae by removed at once. The present fad of I at the leading drug'store in nearly remove the effect- days off the presses: Sir Sled (A conan : t

e fret are bathed will do flInch to rcJj means of photography- having a plate taken away as;:soon as every town and city in the country. -- C. H. Reed, of Victor 'Idaho, says4 Doric' new Lee book.Lady and Betty his master Across -'.. .:

<*e tired or blistered exd: aching feet A number of new stars have been discovered .. t a person_ bas fini&ed, regardless of' Look for the Vinol agency In -your I C.aandraia.. "Myself and wife had dandruff and I place the Water), CaroHne Her Brother's Letters. In Old -

; kaspoonful to taft a 'glass of cold durinl'tbe last'4tteerl':years, what thetbersmay be doing makesit town. Where are two beads better than',falling hair several years.. Two bottles Vinrtnia. Wife of Secretary of Stats .
Richard Elliott. Financier,
Jtr will relieve a sick stomach And and six of then*'ate Mrs: Fleming's: dla- necessary for hostess to give n I I one? In a barrel. of Newbro's Herpicide complete Second oChers.Violin. -

little! of the soda used Instead .ff verlea- ova. ,P rsll .No 1, Nova signal but this is very simply done : FASTIDI0IuiOMEN' 1 What has a branch, but has no : cured us, after several other retr and puMiyhera' prices fl.SO and\ ;i.a; nine.

*>tL powder will keep the teeth freer Nonnae, Nova CartnteJ Nova centaurl.'J5.gI1L. by striking a little bell or blowing I Toilet Antiseptic a I ,leaves? River. bad failed to do good." {l.3Oaud $Lli. i!!
[r tartar whtetle. This should be the last consider Paxtine 'the poles that nobody 11:1 hair grow glossy and soft as "
and beautifully white. Er- Sali :; 4GUUt-4 as in the hvgienic care of the What are '
Hundreds other testimonials
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penoo't plate Is removed' for the and for local treatment or climbs North and so'hth poles. !
person For A.
strong. .sale byV. HOWLAND
court previous and it Is understood feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing, What capes are not '\t'orn1 Cape. D'AIemberte as druggist and apothecary, HARRY: ,

.. fhat JBO man begins a second course inSiuUieat germicidal, deodorizing and healing Cod and Cape Ann. I Palafox send lOc.I ,4! 1
r 'Y'.R _th ,.. For saleat Aiountaiii. ,121 South street. or Manager. De Luna Book Store t
extraordinary. cannot spin
native .' swueaaclInoDDiy.csc'LI2pIy Jn It is a- Jolly sort of qualities are Address What has: a top,/that 1in stamps for sample to The Herpi w
I : ..3c vtyto 4 ,aD4-:hostess will,find It. Druggists. Sample. free.Mass.S .' : . I'I I cide-Co, Detroit-Mich; : De Luna 5t.. none 1191 .:j;;}]
drt. Boston,
Vork.-! Ocean. The R.: Paxton Co ,
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at the bar.: We are glad to lean many Democrat going out of his party .,-
that he is still well and strong But to supports Republican posing ga ,
VJbe citaoIa JottttW- he comes of a remarkable family. reformer! Nothing could be more -

e His father was a strong. powerful sensational than. this. Double l Breasted
pulpit orator whea he was over 90. The gang" that heads the

Judge WhIte.Is a brother of Mr. C.' organization In l'e1111Sfh'aIl1a-m.d
.1 A. White of Cttra, and an uncle of' been convicted of monstrous .corruption
DAILY. WEEKLY. Mr. C.V. White-Ocala Banner. of wholesale graft; some of them '

EVERY EXCEPT MONDAY Judge White was judge of the Second had been sentenced and some were :
Judicial circuit about thirty on trial for seeking to defeat the-will Harvard

...BY... years ago and is one of the most active of the people at the polls as well,as I I ,
lawyers in middle Florida to-day.i for robbing the. treasury. But we sawthe .
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. He was succeeded as circuit judge by president who has declared himself '. ;' :
the late ex-Governor David S. Walker. the special and particular Herco-
les working to cleanse such Augean ,

FRANK L. MAYCS. President anti General Manager Newspapers Consolidated stables sending his best speakers and : --. Here's one of the swellest
An important item of news to the begging the voters to keep "the gang"in t-- Suits will see this seasona

; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. newspaper fraternity of the state is control, because to defeat them s'- you
contained In the announcement from the late model.
would have a paralyzing on University
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' Key West that a consolidation has campaign of next year! .
The is to al-
RATES been effected between the Dally Inter Another sensation was the proof : style becoming

One Year .. .. .........& 00 One Month .. .. .. ... '.. 45 Ocean a morning paper. and'the Citizen -: that leaders who denounce corporations .,-Tttost, any figure, the cloth
Six Months. ..- ... .. i.: 2 50 One Week.. ..' .. .. .. '.. 10, a weekly paper. The new company as such-who never stop to ask better
125 Weekly Edition year.1 CO which will be known as the tailoring are far
Three Month..'.. .. per if a corporatIo be guilty but assume : -
Citizen Publishing Copany; will discontinue that all must be guilty, are full-fledged than the average and allt'
the 'Inter-Ocean, and will corporations themselves. Mr. Hearstis
4 The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which Deiatled' publish an afternoon daily, to be incorporate4-even his patrimonyis ? things- considered it is one of

Circulation Statement Can .8e Secured called the Citizen. Of the new company incorporated! Gov. Broward in : the most attractive designs

: Walter W. Thompson will be this state can find nothing worse than t
president. Marcy B. Darrell will be the cry "corporation," yet he Is in we have ever seen.
business manager and secretary, andT. large .th Wrecking Company 2. & \\L -.
Sale :Trains part I
Papers on on
P...... i Editorial Rooms 38 1- T. Thompson treasurer the three (incorporated) and the Ferry Company Our guarantee and the makers'SCHLOSS
IBuIDIIIOtficlI600 and at all News Stands. being equal owners in the business. i (Incorporated.) fr Broc. & Co.-goes with every

The first issue of tne new paper appeared > Suit We know these garment are superior -
yesterday.-St_ Augustine Rec qffl"<< iii II *:- In Style, Fit and Finish to any.
Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendenola and DeLuna Sts. ord. "- IthIng. of the kind you can buy.

"The Florida Wilds." # NOVEMBER MAGAZINES # :-> -,,,' Try one of theee University Specials
PEXSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING: ,NOVEMBER S, 1906. The latest Florida author to enter 8? 1 -- : Mils Fall and be comfortably and stylishly
the field of bookmaking is a gentleman m-l ;1. : dressed at small expense.

who gives ala name .as Edwin _
President's Visit amendments will have been increasedto Alberton. He- has written an entertaining How Hughes Resembles Roosevelt -; The cost I. moderate-$15 to $30-

thirty-two. : book calJ d."The F1orid He gives you.a.glance that is penetrating merely a fair price for good materials and
To the Isthmus. The constitution has become' little I Wilds," being a collection of tales of but smiles openly with lipsthat "- good taUorlnfl. Come and look.

more than a piece of patch work and adventure and romance from a lank are large and mobile. He has a -

According to program President could hardly be recognized. by; the of romance, including stories bf> plantation straight nose that is very clearly cut ..', ,..
Roosevelt sailed yesterday on the convention that adopted It. life; and the booK win be especially His under lip juts forth beyond hts -

battleship: Louisiana for hijJ much Next year the legislature will, entertaining to that large element upper, conveying a sense of the '

heralded visit to the Isthmus of Panama doubtless, find other matters that it of floridians who delight In fighter. The'beard, a bit sluggy, n.')i ; DEALERS
will desire to amend and more hunting narratives and vivid recitalsof doubt stubborn against arrangement ,
where he goes to secure -inlor-I amendments will be submitted and encounters with deer and bear and might serve to conceal that capacit7 ,

mauon relative to the Panama canal i so on,for each session world without panthers and alligators and rattlesnakes for combat confessed by the cast" of

at first hand and, although many have end. in tne hammocks and Jungle. the jaw and lower face; but that Up. DESiGNED -
seen fit to find fault with the actionof : This, should be stopped and a convention of this'state.. The author's style is thrusting forth, tells the story And WATSON PARKER & REESE CD
the becauseof called to prepare a new constitution good and his spirit excellent and the tbe teeth! Behind the wide mounth of SCHLOSFincCtothesMakrrti-a ,
president, principally I
i that will meet, our present book will give pleasure to those who sweeping curves they are big and
the fact,that he is violating one of I needs and put an end to this biennial care for the story of sports afield, vhite. Those IP. the front rise promt, .MW. J *#** "* "Everything to-.w car."

the precedents of the presidency to r tinkering with the one we have. varied with humorous plantation nently above their fellows. They all -

the effect that a,chief executive, during yarns.-Live Oak Democrat suggest power. There Is something
The Great Father at Washingtonhas
his tenure of office must not I Hard Lines. about the man that intimates Roosevelt -
. condescended to grant an audi-
leave Not la his figure, which, compared .
the soil of the United States, Passing along the street -
ence to the chief of the starving Ute a week or with the President's stocky
there Is no gainsaying the fact that, two ago, I picked up a sheet of paperwhich build, spare. factor, but no1: longerfl e have no terrors for
nation upon his return to the national seems Nor in his appearance 703
. as the head of the nan which- has I had evidently been dropped b/ one. Gold mining Is also a ASH DAY'need
save possibly, for those if send
committed itself to this gigantic undertaking capital from the trip to Panama. It some one, and after reading kept It. ivory battlements of teetfi. Not at all The cannon of the Fraser River 'I you your Cashing
is not of record, however, that he expecting might find the owner, bus in his flowing between Its rocky t The New Method laundry
; it is proper, almost'imper.atlve manner of speech. The President ,
as I have
made any arrangement to relieve the unsuccessful, now talks, he temps all sorts and'conditions of LAWRENCE. ,Ke* Method Uiudrj W.IIUUIBt
- that he should be thoroughly give it as acts with a rush 1196 E. W. Prop. Bidj.
. suffering of the tribe during his ab publicity In order that all can Mr. Hughes' words do not lag but Toward the north you will find AGENTS WANTED.
) familiar with conditions upon the see what was passing .thru some wid miners busy on their claims;
sence. Maybe he hopes that the ower's mind. they are deliberate. The man who ---
Isthmus as well as'with work already sits in the White House has come the fur traders and
gaunt spectre will benevolently assimilate "Be she dead, and am she gone, a buoyant dian allies, loafing about the ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
performed and work to be still per elated, almost joyous of Y
And ..
. and is I left here
them during his absence all alone? and their strange friends
formed. Ah! cruel greeting you, of conversing with you W. T'BEDWELL. PRES. AND MANAGER.
- It 'has save him :much needless worry. fate thou is unkind. of parting from :you Mr. Hughes is Esquimaux, who are also a --t. do all electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone 570 and.I .
been believed
from the time
To take she fore and leave I hind." .. U, and ZOa &
without this broad, wide life of th* e..t& will calL W. T. BWw President U&oacer. BJrm:
grave gloominess,-tbe
that the United States first secured The' Atlantic Coast Line baa erect -Gainesville Elevator.A gravity Northwest The Indian suggests -
of the
scholar who goes to the bottom
control of the rights and franchises ed a plant, in Jacksonville for the Tomato Orchard of things. He is sober but 'not past. When you see him CfO\1 I

. of the French Panama canal company purpose of softening the water which If you could keep the frost away solemn-the thoughtfulness:; of .the over a hole in. the ice patiently **....***. ...* .<*........;;;;; .*.. ,;; ;

that the scheme was being exploited has a capacity 'of ten thousand gallons from a tomato vine lora couple of trustee who weighs his responsibfli ing he is as picturesque as !

to a certain extent,.for the benefit of per hour. Anyone who has' had years it would get to be.a fair sized ties. He is careful, but not,cautious.the fathers: were the lords of the of | DIAMONDS? WATCHES, JEWELRY,
Watch him guilding a party
tree. At least the Texas Farmer painstaking care of the teacher., '
, republican grafters and a few others experience with Jacksonville water' and claims that U actually occurs saysso His gray eye is. naturally calm, yet it eers Into the mountains and be I PRECIOUS STONE?, BRONZSH! |

who were "in the ring," and this belief will appreciate the necessity of put sometimes in :t'lorida-In years when lights with enthusiasm\ or games with gests volumes of romance.- STERUNG SILVERWARE
has been intensified by the disclosures ting it through some kind of a pro- the frost king leaves that state alone. indignation. With his dignity of. "The Great Northwest" by I

. of reputable newspaper men cess, for the unsoftened article 'is almost By the same sign you can plant tomatoes gesture,-and his whole hoingIs instinct -,. Bradt in The Metropolitan ,ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS.

. who.have visited the isthmus and Investigated hard enough to crack.It in winter in Florida and have with dignity,-he reveals a for November. CUT GLASSWARE
them grow all the spring and summer spring of energy ,in his wiry, rather J
: 1 Sky Sailing the New Sport. -
the methods that obtained trusts and fall and under tall form. He is alert but
is now charged that the the right condi- not precipitous A. W Rolker is a good -
there. Probably the most notable of evaded the New York law against tions they become very large. The ; Intense,but.not impassioned.? There is no way of telling c \
- these writers was Poultney Bigelow midrib of the leaf of such a tomato -From "Charles Evans Hughes," by and Fino
funds article
contributing to campaign by his on "Sky Sailing, ; >
plant will to Ervin Wardman,/,In the American ,.
and while the administration, through grow be.eighteen inches Sport" in The American l\1
quietly depositing money in New long, a veritable.. tree limb.. Monthly Review: 'of RevIVws for November. ,
Secretary Taft made an attempt to *.' for November is a description
Jersey banks from whicfi the cash As a result of having 'seven acres .,
f offset the damaging testimony given' w'as checks Issued from of winter tomatoes frozen out during 'I own. experiences or o( the Orders Attention.
I drawn by of others but this much is I Receive Prompt
New Source of
by him in the public press the effort the great freeze In Florida one grower Paper.
republican headquarters. Quite a A big opportunity for he tells 'you just how it feels
: learned something about how Southern
was a pronounced failure and only resulted they
scheme, wasn't it? stake tomatoes In He farmers is offered by the perfectionof up in a balloon. What the new
in impressing more firmly the: MlssisippL is like what it costs what it's
a new method of
belief that there wag "something, 'do.I Secretary Shaw advoeates smaller In tried Florida three-quarters and the of rows an of acre tomato of it namely out of cotton, making stalks--paper-accord- bilities ,appear to be, and what O Zadek Jewelry Co.

ing" in the graft line. in connection, bills. Even if. ,he is a republicanevery plants, hanging full of fruit; looked ing to Frank N. Bauskelt, who has strange sensations are that MOBILE ALA. \
; with the canal work al Panama. democrat will agree with him. like a dwarf fruit orchard. an article on this subject in the meet in clondland he explains. i I .
It November Technical World Magazine.. After reporting the terrifying *lHt*# *HMMH&i ....*........ ..... t
While the political policies of Mr. In fact, most of us could manage, to takes a lot of work though and of the basket that "
ne j you -
entitled "New
Roosevelt have been much criticised wobble along if no bills at all were time to stake and prune tomatoes but ,Sourcp or-Paper. According ed to in, Mr. Rolker
to go up
especially on the south it cannot be presented. I for south a kitchen especially garden if space supply is north limited or, effect will be his- tc authority"Increase, the' the practical present t'.e various sensations ........., ...................................... ,

said that has ever allowed himself to eaten several, the method is ideaL Six feet is the value of the cotton crop of the South as* you ascend-how it seems,

; { become a party to any scheme that i dogs Peary during admits his recent having trip in the far I height trained to which, and the pruned tomatoes to shouldbe lyMr.by nearly. Harvie 100 million Jordan dollars president annual of the world earth appears begins when to sink seen how :I Dislike to Carry in- Coal? j jIt

i savored of straight out graft or even north: but. unfortunately, omits to say I stem. They can be made a to single the Southern: Cotton Association declares -I high. Then he tells about the :
the semblance of it and there is no I whether they were the canned Chicago -ten or fifteen feet as well but this is that the manufacture of paper upon_your ears, eyes and is a lot-of trouble and bother-causes i:
question but that his present visit to' inconvenient from fiber of the cotton stalk is about the various sounds on the
not. an height. one
I' product or of the latest and most that reach your ears-about much dirt, dust and soot. The better way is to :
the isthmus will result In a general The above article appeard in. the Interesting InTentions I !
cleaning out of corrupt omcers and! Pig iron, is, reported short. How columns of the New York Sun. Octo- of the new century. .For pearance of clouds at close ck.'W'
ever we presume what there is of It ber 29. If the grower in Florida men- many years expert Inventors have and the wonders of a LettheGasPipeCarryYourF'uel j i
others if he finds that
corruption ex-j jI been busily as seen from above.
tioned engaged
for its bulk. herein happens to see this excerpt : experimentingwith
ists. His visit will undoubtedly do: still remains heavy we should be delighted to correspond the cotton stalk, and recent de 'v ne of the strange For both cooking and heating. It effectually :

: much toward furthering work upon Press reports indicate that, as. with nim on the matter of velopments give'assuranCe that their that of falling into "a hole in the with coal
dispenses the and the
problem extra }
which Mr. Rolker
reports as
i this labors are to be with .
the big ditch to which his administration usual Harriman landed his Fish. wonderful tomato growing.-Editor rewa/ded signal
: has committed itself and will News.-West Palm Beach News. success. Paper manufacure-i "And so you continue sailing labor incident to the use of coal. Gas cooking :
5it from the cotton stalk is of Joying the present with little '
** the strongest
also have the effect, in all probability, .. -'$- HHH texture and softest finish. Several of the startling surprises that range installed $12 and $13; Gas heaters $1.50 :

','of preventing any further cry of"Graft" NEWS AND VIEWS 0$ # plants will be erected during the be before you. Ahea3 of you to $ SENSATIONS OF THE # seen, may be what the _
next few months in the
I from that quarter for if he %: OF THE STATE PRESS. RECENT south which :
I CAMPAIGN. will' be in full operation within the calls a 'hole in the air: -

finds' that grafting exists the guilty & ;;a** ** Htit next year' Mr, Bauskett's article is the vortex of a maelstrom. and J. n .co/_ Gas Company ]
ones will most certainly suffer. H- (Jacksonville Times-Union.) illustrated with reproductions from this you may literally fall at a I

-Too Much :To Live For. photographs showing the machines which Is terrifying until, by "on.14lJ. 24 and 27 E. Carden Street. :

iriconfidently asserted that the Fifteen hundred men are working 1 i/-" ifHHHH used in this new process of manufacturing ficing two or three "bagfuls of .................................M. .t..........
: Chee Foo liar is preparing for possible -to-day on the East Coast extension! It. will be a month after the votes paper once. your pilot c iRs your -
Floi'da has her disasters, but she counted before the ward flight But vfese 'holes'
:'i- trouble between this country and 'never says ale.-Times-Unlon. are appreciate the meaning public and canfully effects The Future ofaGreat Country.The scarce and as a rule the .............................4 ........i. ..... :
Japan. Some of the wild stories emanating -I people of this section have never of the campaign of 1906. It is Great Northwest in one breathis is of uniform carrying power."

: from San Francisco would learned the meaning of -the word. not always that important issues are new and old, filled with romance, I

naturally lead one to suppose that the We have.too much here to live. for squarely presented so that the decis- and echoing with matter-of-fact SITUATION ATLODZ Going to Get Married Soon? I j
about dying.-Miami money-producing civilization shadowed
aforesaid liar was already on the to even think ions given at the ballot box cannotbe ;
Metropolis.Troubles mistaken-Usually both parties with tragedy and laughing with

ground. I -. claim the victory and the public comedy; a country with a great past- By Associated Pr***.. If. so you're just the folks we want to see. In fact. i j

Gslore. finds that an argument may be and a country with a future a tremendous Lodz, Nov. 8.-Seven will find it much .to to call *
lion. Park Trammell Is now editorof future the wealth of which, very your advantage
: Tinkering With the plausibly presented on both sides. But ,. workmen were shot down
the Lakeland Sun and has thus in this, planks in a platform drawnby the political foreshadowing of which,. day by Socialists. The local us.. Of course you will J i
: State Constitution.The added the troubles of the editor to hands trained to make the worse we all should.begin to study now becauSe -, tion is most serious. .
the perplexities of the politician. the better day it will be a great Is-
appear cause were not considered some : Furniture for the House j
Miami Evening Record object Look out how you steer brother. -everywhere "the presidentwas THE BOY IN POINT. : Want

ed to all of the proposed amendments Scylla on one side and Charydbis on the Issue" and it was not only sue.Not so very long ago the Canadian, My name is 'Johnny, I'm the boy I .

to the state constitution. voted uponon the other. It takes a mighty good his pet politics but himself before Pacific Railroad was looked upon as, Who asks all sorts of things there'swhere we can help',you. A little money :
pilot to avoid the one and not run the people since he took charge of a foolish vision. To-day it is carrying; So Pa can make those bright ? '
Tuesday, upon general principles. Courier-In- ..a long way and buyS''jus much and as quirk :
into the other.-Bartow the Republican organization in every thousands of immigrants into this I I With real sarcastic flings. as

It believes that an entirely new constitution -1 formant. state. In New York he forced the new, rich country, whose possibilitiesseem I 1 as (foes,,much ready money. Our plan to Buy Now. *

is needed, and cannot see nomination Huhes'and the lead- without end. It is building: I've got asked about divorce J
"Our Bob" Latent has nade married couple J
any sense in "biennial tinkering"J; Congratulated. ership of Parsons against the old organization branches to the north and to the i So Pa can start his bung; ;;: many a young
: CoL ROt. Davis the most extensively -
- was -in Pennsylvania he sent south. Other railroads are pushing; I've got to.ask of politics "
with the present one. In its issue of congratulated man. in town : !
- I' Shaw and Moody to support an organization their noses into this wide land. Commerce So Pa can loose his tongue. I 'tAh
Tuesday it had the following to say yester y. It took him three hoursto '
convicted of wholesale is waking the wilderness, and I
relative- the matter: get to his' office, so often desired was"he t graft-In Ohio he and Taft drove Cox where the other day an occasionaltrapper ]I They ain't the things I care .B'YNOWPAYLATER I IMARISTON

It is to be hoped that all of the stopped by those who / out of the field and in Iowa he put or miner and the agents of the I Fve got a thankless part i : I Ii
ask about the "boy,11
shake hands and .
proposed amendments that have been : The Ocala friendsof down "reform. Hudson Bay Company were the onlj To,waste my time on silly stuff
voted for to-day have been defeated. The personal leadership of the disturbers, men and women of all nationalities So Pa can pose as smart
Colonel Davis extend congratulations -
The Evening Record'makes,this as- : the president in a national campaign was are now thrusting In theh : A
and the entire state extends QUINA
Bertlpn after the most careful thought I'little welcome.-OCala never known before in our history hands for their share of the weath. II: Now this ia what I often think i il

on the present condition of the state j I congressman. a stump speakers for the first time declared was fur, and now it is wheat, and I And makea'me wonder 10, i
k constitution( and the never ending Banner.A that they spoke "by the authority oats and all the products which" grow. Why don't they print the things 84loflafoxSt. Phone 149. Peoucola, Fla. |

amendments that are proposed at Venerable Jurist of the president after he had to easily on the wide plains of the I That Pa don't even know. t' .

'- each session of the legislature. Judge P. W. White arrived yesterday said it would be indecorous for him rltIsh Northwest Fur is still a ? M-.'.-.MMl'M-. >..........l...l.....MM.'.'...u....
The present state constitution was from Quincy and is stopping with to appear. I -
adopted in 1885, his daughter-in-law. Mrs. E. L. White. Secondary in Importance only to this
During the twenty- n years that The judge is here to look after his attitude of the president we have had

have elapsed since that time twenty-I large property interests and his other sensations. Republicans argued
seven amendments have been made 1 friends are. glad to see him looking that the. support ,of. ;Murphy alone

' to the constitution not counting the::so well and strong.-Miami Metropo. would defeat Hearst, and, then, they Temenina'for Women. Only 5QI I
many that have been proposed by the lis. published broadcast and at,great expense ;

legislature and have been defeated at The editor of this paper is called"venerable" a letter from Croker attacking
:: the polls by the people. II I and a ""patriarch" but Hearst. Now Murphy said he was

If .the five' that were voted on tot when he ,was wearing little aprons. obliged to support the nominee for - '
; i t fey are to be added,,the number ot Judge-White was a prominent lawyer his party but here'-we. have, a Tarn- equal to. anr 91.00 prcparatfon'. tti.



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CIGARS for-home, Miss: Duncan, go- 81
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AND EVENTSBY andjMrs, F. M. "Whiting 1lav f compares "with
CIGARETTES.and Tetunxed -from
their wedding trip A pain -and horror "of
which,Included St. Louis, Kansas City '
; and Denver., They will reside at 119 child-birth. Thethought
I :,West Cadsdea street, of the suffering and danger in store.for her, robs the expectant mother I ,

-if-: ,of all pleasant anticipations of the coming event, and casts ovcriiw '
MAREAN BERNARD.". JCrs. T. A.; Jennings and little shadow of gloom which cannot 'be shaken off. Thousands of women '
daughter, ;Mary hare gone to Columbia found 'ihe use Mother's '
Ga.. for have -that : Friend during pregnancy rob
l No. tn Before P.M. I a few days' visit with
.. .- Telephone l""N0.8 ,ATter 3 P. N. ,. relatives.: confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life mother -
"i-: and child. This scientific liniment isa..god-send to all women at the ,
I Mr. F. EL Bra tier left Wednesday time of their most Critical triaL Not only does Mother's Friend '
AU the leading brands of Cigars, Cigar- \
night for a few 'days hunting In the ;
___ :_ ----- ettes., Pipe and right Tobaccos" which are always -! country., .lira. Brawner Accompanied carry women safely through ihe perils of child-birth, but iu CM 'J ;
"just as
our case is kept
Just moist enough to keep them in.per him. gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents umor1 ing t 5 J
fect condition. yet not too damp to destroy r' sickness and.other discomforts : : ', !
Jourtia/'s We the have pleasure fine Brier of the Pipes smoker.from 35c to Mrs. Adam Lewis of 907 North Al- of this period. ; -
Daily Feature
Fashion '
N $s.eo.) .Meerschaum Pipes. J3.00 to $15.00. caniz streetleft Thursday morning to Sold ty all MOTHER'SCOOPER' -
Pipes make very desirable presents. .visit relatives, in Marianna.Mr. ; :
I II $zoo per b ttle. Book t f I

one and.'Mrs. D. G. VOTdnson. of containing valuable' information free. .r" 1
that Pineapple Ala, who have been visit-J' .D
work :,. Vij'ff:1' ';::,.. Hooton'; :PharmacyThe rag their son MK'Wilkinson of this The Bradfield.Reauietor Co.. AUaoU.. r ... ; t t 1

II to ", t city, returned to their home yester

; -; j '. BMbplac ofPrompt day. ," .._- ii-'ii : -
do. -
'Delivery.PHONE Everybodyworks, even father, :
; when the desert Is flavored with Blue I j

I able 1100. Ribbon Lemon' and VaaiHa. Abs&vj
ways lutely pure, go twice as" far and the I j fl

II ,,:J' "Blue Ribbon F1B.vorIs.. perfection. ,\
Ask for the 25c size..
; Just Received.Imported I
needs ::i1 Macaroni Sweet Oil Cheeses, i 't1GHT HOUSE BREAD
". Dill Pickles Sauer Kraut. Mackerel Cod :
Fish. Pigs Feet, Spanish Onions Pilot -non genuine without the .
Bread. French Navy Bread. Everythingfresh REMEDIES
It and new. label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak-I
good; Witch ,Hazel. {LOO per gallon.

I \ Marine Grocery Company. ery. I I.t

there 'l V. J. VIDAL Manager. ., -

by will I quet of bride's .roses, and lillies of bEULAH 'I H
I IIal
the valley. I WE HAVE JUST RE- .-

ring !! The groom. Accompanied by "hi I ,CEIVED OUR SIXTH
some best mall, :Mr, .A. M. Avery, Jr., of
until Pensacola, joined the bridal party' at & to'The Journal.Beulah SHIPMENT. WE HAVETHEMNOWFORTHOSE

so the altar. ,, Nov. 8.-Witn the usual'
cold After the ceremony was performedby I perversity of human nature we are j II
Father Savage, the reception .complaining of too much dry weather ;: WHO WANT THEM.

The guests added their presence and con- I A while ago It was so wet It 'was j
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gratulations were offered to the young I going to'ruin all the potatoes; now it .
conple. 'is so far the other way that if we -
I. Many handsome presents displayed do not get rain soon* the oats sown f
will \ \ in the dining room,"where refresh- will dry out and die and those put
i" : : \ t."J" ments were 'a!rvedr attested the popularity in now will never come up. When
... .. '. :.4 and atrectlonate'esteem in oh' Lord 'Will we ever be satisfied W. A. D'Alemberte '
Shew : \ \ which toe bride and groom are held with conditions as they are. 'I

will .... by many friends. The quarterly meeting at the
\ '. At 9:30'o'cloclt Mr. and Mrs. Willis Methodist church was well attended .
-- : left for New Orleans.. her traveling through the week and on Sundaythe
t- gown was'of Bordeaux cloth with hat I church was filled to its capacity. Druggist and Apothecary :

ed : : : to match. Before they return they :Rev. Hammet, the presiding elder, .
in win visit his relatives In Pensacola.At i preached two excellent sermons. and

their the reception the line included I after, morning cervices the ladies of 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109J.
the \ Mr. and Mrs.. Lowe parents of,the ,the. coD1J 1unityi served an excellent
bride. Mrs. Lowe'waa gowned in a 'dinner, to which 'all did' ample Jus-
toilette of pompadour crepe over lilac ;tice. The weather was all that could I -- -

cess \ silk, Mrs. Lewis Willis, of Pensacola, be desired and the tables. loaded with ,
will mother of tne groom wore white net !the substantiate as well as the luxuries .

the with turquoise trimmings; Mrs. Amelia of life-'presented a very pleasing ', .
Wyly grandmother of the bride appearance. One enthusiast remarked J. F' DAVIS JEWELER

.. .<::: was gowned in black silk and lace; : "God bless the ladies of ,
\ \ \ \ Mrs W. D. Maclay of Pensacola. Beaulah may their shadows nevergrow Now in t. .j

A : grandmother of the groom, whose less" to which we say amen. New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St
ter gown was of black peau 'de sole; Mnscogee sent large delegation and i
\ I Mrs. Henry: Wyiy 'of Mobile, whose even Quinetette. was representedinfact
toilette was of*white silk with diamonds they came from every direction. have had for a long time. They
S \ .,. and emeralds, and Miss Willis Syrup making has commenced and start in this year with renewed inter Jt
b' and the' bridesmaids. all of the mills will have all they est and zeal and propose, with the
At the pun h bowl Mrs. Halls Jan- can do for the! next month. Lord's help, to bring the church up
ney and Miss Mamie Coleman pre W A. Shelby has acquiredthe Star to its old standard usefulness and Pensacola High Schoolvs.

sided. Mrs. Janney wore an elegant Turpentine Sawmill and will be readyto power for good. f I i
>{ toilette of white crepe de chine. Miss start up in a short time. He is at Friends of Mr., A. IL Bailey will be ,

)ted Coleman was attired in pompadour present engaged in putting it IM pleased to learn that he is a great Mobile Institute.

DESIGN FOR BROADCLOTH OR VELVET. organdle. shape and making some necessary re deal better and will soon be restores Military
la j Assisting in ''entertaining were ten pairs. to Ids usaal health
An J shows a most becoming in shade. The little, velvet' straps at close friends of the bride, Misses Lucia The Reeder-min has been moved to Mr. Antlonia Olsen who resides PALMETTO BEACH, j

an afternoon frock, the the base of the'collar were of velvet, Richardson, Bessie Walker Grace a new location, and; .Is reported to be with his daughter Mrs. A. H. Bailey, I
Ires te hyacinth blue cloth, in a slightly darker shade of blue. Hails, Carb'line Harmon Clementina doing'a good business. Mr. Jesse is on the sick list but we hope thereis Saturday, November, 10. f
td aUk soutache to match. The skirt was made with a sweep Marks Jennie Slstrunk. Mary Mapes, Reeder was* .in the city Monday on nothing serious in his condition

) and collar .were ol Irish and had a plaited panel set in on Coralette Metcalfe; Vlrgia Burton and business pertaining to the milL Tickets.on. sale at Dt lemberte's ,
: the ruffles on the lower each side below the hip yoke, which Susie May. Wm. ,A. Shelby was,a business vis- THERE'SNO USE .
Bond. : bodice and on the sleeve, was cut in one with the front and itor' in Pensacola last Monday get talking':- ou can't beat Herbine for Drug Store. and the t ,

Nellie tance.'I"e JI.,, matching the cloth side1-back box plaits. D'ALEMBERTEFRATERWEDDING NOVEMBER 21. ting supplies for his milL the liver.offered to The. suffering greatest humanity.regulaterever Kandy' Kitchen. No tickets ,I fI

: I The following invitation has been held The in election J. i". Pierce's in this stable precinct at Klondike was If you suffer 7rbm liver complaint I sold at 'the ,Park. Tickets !

and of Columbus,Ga., Will tasteful placing of white cbrysantht' issued:' it being'the'only available build- If you are billions and fretful it's your will be taken up by th Con. H'
rence l Fowlel. Harry Smith, mums, palms ferns and smilax which Mr. and Mrs* Arthur H. D'Alemberte that could be liver, and Herbine will put It in Its
; centrally.located,
I Thos. Edison: Will with charming effect were placed ii. ,request the,honour of your: presence ing secured '1 ne accommodations and proper condition. A positive cure for I ductors aboard the car. I '

Charlie Armstrong. a semi- ircIe between the two front at the marriage of their daughter furniture were ample, if not elegant Constipation. Biiliousness, Dyspepsia Admission 50 Cents. ii
J1g..waa most- delightfully windows. At either side was placeda Carrie. Elizabeth, and all ills due to a torpid liver. Trya
I There is something lacking in our r .
the young 'people all of tall many branched candelabra or .n' and when 70 bottle and you will never use any. ______ I I I
I election law a, man nearly
took brass in which white burned.In else. ,
departing; occa tapers Mr. Harrie Lewis Frater old can be turned down' anC thing
Master'Wllfle many hap/ the second.parlor. American beauty on the morning of Wednesday, the not allowed to'vote, oecause he did KODAKS I
of the was the color used. Here, ''with pret .
day. twenty-first.of November, nineteen
have exemption
-M:"'.. ty effect the punch table was adornea hundred and six, not paper :
: him, when all Of the judges and five I- BO'd1AYso.eta AND SUPPLIES.
OF MISS MORRISON in American beauty roses and smilax, at half after' ten o'clock. of his enifeujors knew he was not I t. I
and the whole lighted by candles
at .the Gadsden Street Methodist liable) to pay poll tax, although the I
of Miss Jennie Morri under American beauty shades.In Church. books do not show it. This happened Get a Kodak and

W.. G. McClintock were and the dining room a plan of whitt. Pensacola, Florida.At to our neighbor. A. J. Garrett ; to The Journal.Bonifay send storm pictures I' 0 :
was carried out thebride's
surprised yesterday to Home Tuesday. Are the judges of electionat Nov. 8.-Hon. H. E. Hick- -
marriage on the. day I table in a pretty arrangementbride's After December the Tenth, fault or' is It the law! We would man came in from West lle and to your out- pf-town '

Boston. Mass of smilax roses and white tuue ama Meridian Mississippi' like to, have light on the subject as Ponce De Leon where he had been, friends. We have
and In '
has for'many years which burned crystal white tapers.candelabra.. BERRY-AIKIN it has occurred that way at different on official business. the famousEASTMAN
with her sister in the times lately. Mrs. Bates of Washington county,{
At the
appointed little NOVEMEER 14.
two ribbon WEDDING
sour -
in Pensacola, and Mr. Rev. Postelle, the evangelist has is stopping at the De Vane fconse.
bearers Eila Frances Beals ana The following' invitation has been
: was formerly in business I been called as pastor of the Baptist Mr. Farrior with his crew of men KH
j William Oliver
Janney. of the issued
In ofthe firm of Creary 'church of Beulah lor the ensuing >'s rapidly building Cbas. Cotton's
bride, entered. through the second Mr.and Mrs. W. J.
: ;:"., They: :.win _live In] par- Berry year; He has preached here before n >w resIdence. .
such Harbor Maine, where lIr.:Ion into the first up to "the"pla e. of request the pleasure of your companyat and is well fixed.S County commissioners met Mon. ranging in prices
and !celebration forming with ribbons ths the marriage of their daughter
Is in business and has The Society held a business build
I a I' Baptist day and let the contract to the
of '(j aisle through which the bridal party Rosalie E. Rauch, from $1.00 to $40.00.
:was to meeting and conference Monday evenIng Jail to F. H. Dobson. .
in Pensacola of whom pass. to and had the best meeting they The county scaool board met Mon Come in and ask us I
large number will wish 1 The, bridal party entered to, the Mr. James Aikin. I day and transacted business. about them. If .
: strains of the wedding march the Wednesday evening November fourteenth you
happiness in their new!, Jeff Hall from Alabama, was in
: maids leading the way. "loget' one thousand nine hunderdand town Monday. have one already, let
tered Miss six. at eight o'clock,
Lollie Peck
"The Best is What We Sell" Watson and Green Bowlen from the us furnish with
lanta and Miss Effie May r'eD-1 at their residence, you
northern part of the county were In
No. 121 West Government Street, '
E. AT BRATT. : wearing white organdies with Bonifay a while Wednesday. supplies.

It Eddlns 'and Miss Pearl::girdles and gloves', and carrying' Pensacola. Florida.. j 'W. W. Scott from the vest side

married on the 7th I chrysanthemums. Next: to enter were Mrs. C. 1. Lewis. of Jack.j was in town last Saturday. The Gem Book
Mr. and } We havein Store
Miss Sallie
home of the bride's i:1 Grace. Beale and Miss Roberta t shrill I1L bare. Arrived in the city J County Superintendent Fulford and
A. J. Coleman. at Roberts. in white 'organdieswith I
Bratt'j blue girdles and and will in a few d'y'O<'Cu y their others are gone off on a hunt'in San- Phone 239-418 S. P*!afo*.
Alex Parker grovire, carrying our
winter home on West' Gresforr street.! ta Rosa county or near
was a- quiet home af! white chrysanthemums! .
They accompanied by Miss Laura ; Miller ft; Co., are preparing to put -
few friends and: rel--i Miss MIle Willis of Pensacola. ale are
a !
Naylor also of Jacksonville! who will.. up a turpentine still near here. .. >>
present towRness the ten of the groom, who was maid 01 :
ness Bonifay carried a majority for
for the winter.
be their
the :The"happy couple have honor, followed. She wore a white .,.,.. 1906 drainage.. ''I
their of a host of- friends. lace robe over taffeta, with Empire I The Jacksonville Metropolis says: Judge Cox. TJ. S. Commissioner goes MATERIALSFOR ,

-It-: .- I girdle and carried yellow chrysanthe_ Mrs. R. ,E. L. McCaskill, of Freeport to Pensacola to-night to attend U. S.
OF MISS .LOWE I I mums. Fla, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ecker. court I THE
WILLIS. The bride entered with her father, CROPPrunes .
this week. Hon. J. A. J Hathaway went to
: Mrs. Lewis Willis have as II Mr. David Lowe. An unusually beau- '
Pensacola last night to attend U. S.
at : their .son.! Mr.. Walker tiful woman, she looked particularly Mrs M. E. Jennings of Jamestown, court. THANKSGIVINGCAKE
} his charming bride, who attractive In her bridal toilette of Em- N. T., and Miss JL Siggen. of Chau- .

time Wyly Lowe, of Mont. pire silk fashioned Empire style and I tauqua, N. ,Yare among the many ,
; young people were mar trimmed elaborately in Princesse northern visitors now in the city. 'Hop Peaches, REFRESHMENTS AT
E- Wednesday night lace. A tulle veil was caught to her t '
Mrs. in Pensacola yesterday. hair with lilies of'the valley, and on :Mrs. A. J. Brosnaham will entertain Layer, Raisins, You can get them that all Pei. and atjolutely .
have the assurance
Advertiser of yes her arm she. carried a shower. ,bou- at bridge Saturday afternoon at Seeded Raisins, THE HORSE: SHOW fresh and purNutsofailkinds..
the following report her summer home, Hollen CabIn.

to : Quintette, Ma. Mince Meat, ,
form %.2***
home wedding and Mr. Ml-s Allie Willis and her grand --- ;r. Figs, Currants, Raisins, j

tain Wyly, was brilliant Lowe event ; m ther, Mrs/ Maclay, returned yesterday Dates, THEY CAN BE SECURED ON THE Citron, Spices, etc.

around whkh much in- r Live comfortably afternoon from Montgomery Currants, GROUNDS IN Or, If you prefer, we can supply
*5 been centered since the where they had gene to attend you with the National' BicctiltCompany's
your of the engagement The Willis-Lowe wedding. Citron, AFTERNOON. Fruit Cake which .Is
unexcelled for genuine poudncae.Sol
t* :t
reception which follow while can. Miss Gussie ,Cawthon, of DeFuniak. lurn. Pudding.
you .
lacQ 'at the home of the ls"in the city and will be the guestof Persons who do not find It 'convenient -

,Mr. and Mrs. Davis I 'If her sifter Miss Missouri Cawthon, Bosenau&Gerelds to eat lunch before going to the '
1 1Th.PureFoodStors.
Holeombe If Coffee! hurts Cahn &
street CO.
and! 'witnessed by .' use I,1002 North, Bay len street.' horse show this afternoon can secure
l } was -- -- '4 refreshments right en the grounds.

the [ a few close friends at .Mrs:: J. H. Jonos.. 'of GonTdin, spent THE FANCY GROCERS. In addition to' the Iune, Jack Hooton :
jug : : and the reception 'which I p.osTUMt'THERE'S : Tuesday, In'town, with friends. will handle the refreshment privileges j
'all1twcat Center' leI. sad Ueecis
ba* 8 o'clock was attendee .,_ UfrSOUTK PALAFOX ST. Lowney's candles. fine cigars etc. I
: number of.friends invitee Miss Sallie Coates. of Council. Ala.. '
your POOr. : the young couple j!l who: has been visiting i Miss Mayme 391tv H. Atfmaa. tin. copper and: ; sheet Ironworker Phones 1178 t.lJ
& ,:" r -parlor; in,.which the cere ', A. REASON. -J Willie Duncan'received'telling. telegram death street has, moved in tbe opera to 1W house East building.Government -
of the
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Want Real ,

Through and Local Time Tables Between PetuacoU and Points North.
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RANGING FROM $2500 :TO $&000,. AND. : Trains NOL Train has.11:05pm .
ROM 6 ROOMS UP.., on. ,I'' 3 1

BETTER SEE ME AND LOOK OVER I 11iSaml'. .;................. : "................... i: ; t' :i
i LIST. W. 6:3Qam 1:20pJQ Ar................Mon omery.................Lv t ':35PIII,1l:13&, ..
MY DeLuna' Street S2i& on
> -Gets a splendid
1: 11:4 am 1:10pm Ar..Birmingham..V. 4lPm[ :
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FOR SALE Garden street I-room cottage with '1:25pm 3:17am Ar.....'.............Nashville..................Lv 8:4sanl 2H
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lots are
: C lots fronting sOuth The 8:0pm 3.37am1 ................. .................. '8lami' Ztiw,'
RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT For Rent worth f 12oO 1:25am l.lSa.m .....-.. ........... .................. 3:00a t:29pm
RETURNS MADE. $7000) -We have.for ten-days only a lot on 1:40am 2:10pm Ar......'.......:-.....s._Lorls.' ..;-................,..Lv 1:43pm Ilfpn

Chase street near Palafos. size 7iOpmI 3:27amtLv....4..!.' .........Nashville........._:...... :!! %:lra;
MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON These are second floor 121x19:: :. Upon this lot la a large 2:10am.. 8lOamI .AJ'.'.. ... ..! ........Lo ................. \lZ:4aamI .
2 Dwellings on large corner lot 107x110 feet excellent neighborhood,, dwellingrentlngat J42 per month 'l.Oamll.OOn: : : ..._..:....;....:....... .......!.,........ ll.OOptnj :3lpl1l
on east Wright street ..................:.................. .... $4500 DO REAL ESTA'TE MORGTAGES. Chamber of Commerceand enough to pay the taxes and Interest COOpna

: '.room dwelling on East Zarragossa street, near Seville square ....$2100 00 .1 WANT TO BUY A HOME OR'INVEST are very desirable, value until, which the property it.will .immediately.increases in BETWEEN PENSACOLA MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS. -

Large 1 story dwelling on East Intendencla street ........... ......$1000. 00 IN PROPERTY' CAN SELL YOU' indeed. .. It is cheap at:the price. I & 7 2 &\3 4&i num. 3&r'i-cI-i-: ;

EITHER. > $ 500 All 'ot block '140, West King tract. 7:00am ll:05p'm 11:55am| Lv".........Pensacola..........Ar. | 5 00amj 4:Ottpm 6:3 P11I
i 7-room dwelling, excellent neighborhood, on East Hill, with lot 110x. WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY .Building just.. north of "- 10:45am| 2:55am 12pm| Ar............Mobil*...........Lv 112:40amll! :-3aml
.............................,...$4 500 00 ....... ? \ l:3'Pn
150 feet, stone walk, stables, etc. WE CAN SELL IT. : Com $ 325-8 lots.'block 109,, West King tract.S 00pm] 7:15am 8:15pm' Ar 'ewOrlesns..Lv ) 8:15pm)'. .. . ,.r
: i the' Chamber1 of

: 2-story, 8-room dwelling on Wright street, near Palafox ....,.....$8000 00, about the 110-Lots 21 and 22,. block 48, West FLOMATON' PENSACOLA' RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.
i :,. Fire Insurance Placed in merce-ready King tract(east. 120 feet).
6.room dwelling on corner lot on East Gadsden street lot 120x132'/2! 21 I 5 | 1 ITrainsdonotstopatstatlonat I 2 | 4 f
feet,'with bath and gas ."..."."."?"....." $3250 00 middle o! December $1500-For both blocks 113 and 207. West Uafly |Dally IDaliy.J CaHyI, where no time is shown ,|Dalri Dally" Daily, D n:

First-Class Companies., : King tratt., I ... .. ,4:55 rso 2.r.ot Lv..Flomaton..Ar 12: 1 2 _,
desirably North Alcaniz street, with lot with all modern conven 49)) 1
:: 5-room 50x170 dwelling feet ..;.......,.located........on...-...........".................. $2000 00 Lot 181 'block 27, Old City. On I I ....'.. 5:00 23 .2:55. .............Century............ .12:40 1 1:21 1 Snl 1,.
iences. An ideal place $6000- .;.... 5:0! 2 4) 3:Oa .........Bluff Springs .......... 12:33! 1:IS 1 It.."..
with 4 Intendencta street. near Baylen ...... 5:17 151 ..McDavid ............ -12:221.1:05, "
the railroad 20
.;. 6 room dwelling.........at...Goulding........... ... .. : acres... $2500 00 for a, small but select '77x170. .....; 630 3:84 .3:20... .........Pine Barren........... -1208 1225 755. ""
} land : ". ...... 5:39 3:13 .:.50. .............Motino ............. ..11:59 12:43 747\ "...
fl" :i:: LESLIE BROOKS hotel. $736-Lota 11 to, 14. block. 132, New City. ...... .5:43 .-:.... .4:04..Quintette.. ........... ..11: l,.1234 .7ll9I'.....
.1 ...... ..5:5336 .4:11 Hill......... .11:44i-1229 ..7:14'5:57 ..
$ 135. -Lots 7 and 8', block 118 near Saunders _...... 3:29 4-15 "..........Can tenement.......... ..11:40! 12:26 731 "
mIll! ...... 801 ..3:344:23 .............Gonzalez..p..., ...11:35 '1221 .72: "...""
HOOTON & WATSON : ...... .<:03 .33 .4:25 '............Roberts....'........ .11:33/.12:19 .1.U'' ..
If ; : Real Estate '- $ 475-For 2 lott.fronUng g on' North Pala ...... .':1$ -3:45 .4:40. ..............Olive.............. .11:22..12:09 .715.::."...".
j. fox street., ........ -':21 -3 51 -4:48 .!...............BrentI ............... .11.IS/.12:94 .70S1,
THE RENTAL ...... 6&b:: .364: :: ......... Goulding ............ .-11 lli.12:01 7jO ':::::
\ AGENTS i ii I and Insurance., McDAVID-HYER CO. $1300, -near All of Saunders'WOc-117>milL East King Tract, .... ..30 400 4:52.. Ar..........Pensacola. ......Lv ll.h: | 11:55 7001! .

Real Estate. Insurance and Loans i Phone 462. 112 s1Paia'x.ForJ Agents New York'Lif. ,13.soo-oets. : .an elegant lot on Garden N'o'Ir, .. I : r, ,I ""X.I I I .;;:
street, near Southern' Hotel SOX- I._...___._ J I I I .tsi
., Insurance Company. 192. 6:00....\.I 7:00 Lv..Pensacola..Ar j ..... ..... .
I 1 No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. ? .100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., S 5tO.-. .u. I 7:13 .............&hrmla............ I 110,0... .-... ....., 1l.1
I Phone 700. Peruacola Fla. $1850-Win buy 5.'small houses on West 52... S 1:1$. ......Gull Point........... j1O:33.............. -JOioi.le:,t
..i. Jackson.street, in fairly good condition S 5.:25-, ;..... .' ...Ynlestra............ ...... ...... .. .... :
.. ........................... ....... ......... I month. S .. .. .IO
and rent for 125 per 1:18 ...........Escambla.10:23.! ....... .......
: .. S 7iii. .............Mulat... ......... : "It:"
$ 600-House. and lot on West Zarragossa : .. .... .............Harp....!.......... ,
HELP WANTED.RELIABLE I WANTED. street, rents$8.00. Good bargain. C .. ..d. : ............Galt City............ \O.l'
.. '1:39! .)I11ton............. I'10i3.'i.
I $45O Bran new, 2-story* 7-room, weE S .. ..... .Range........... u.a.
: WOMAN to rook for small .' WANTED-E\ery girl with pretty teethto built house,'with two lots on East S ... ". : &. ..............Holts............... at: ;
family near Century. Right part can 'I. chew Cnjckets. FOR SALE Gadsden'\stre S 5:29..". .SIOt: ............. ............. 9:1% ...... ...... .:;!
,get good wages and have gwd home Address 1" .. : ............ t:04..............! Uj
J. B, CeRtJry.o'a.. 9no>' t WANTED TO RENT--Small cottage or $3000. .-. S ".. .1i$6.. ...........Deer Land........... ........... ........,. 8'l:
I a suit of rooms in desirable locality > S .. 1:10..Mossy Head......_.. 8:33.. .... ...... ion
WANTED-A young man to keep in good furnished.. Apply S>. J. Donovan Box 834 for an artistic and tp-to-date 6-rotom I IHIOMES Have you for sale any 'houses YIe have or Investment more calls 5 :09..; t :: :: ::I. : :>. .r :: .tu.. : :
form by chewing Chiclets.WANTED.Experlencod City. 8nov and hall cottage. with all modern conveniences : property \ 9:44..Argyle..... :::: :::::: :::::: 64
,' on West Chase street on.'car than we can supply.' M-lst with us. We'llseilit. I .. 9.Ponce. ..... ....... !;
; cooLAddress BIDS will be received until November line. I' I : .. 10:10. .. 7:29........ ......1 ,.1It
Immediately "A. Care Journal. 'nOlV %0. 1906 for the removal of building .. 10:22\.A'.......... 10:1 ............ DeL.eon..S.. '1:1% ............ .i; ;.
known as St. Anthony's hospital on Garden ,............. 19:3 ..............& .. 1:5 ....... ......1 ;
"TED-Whito servant to do housework street from present location to corner $4500-208 West Gadsden street, two two- L S. Brown & Co. ..Y..10:471. .. ............. ..1:3i............... 4 ;;i
and take care of baby 4 years old. of Gar4en and DeVillier streets. $425 story, 7-room 'and: hall house, lot ..... ......... 108; ...... ..Aycock;... .... .1:27.............. .
Apply to 800 East Belmont 'nov Building to be set In place In new location 48%x1507 south front on car line. ...... .... 11:0. ...........Cottondale........... 6:18''...... ..... 4l4:
I In as good condition: as it now is. nicest neighborhood In the city; ...'... .... 11: ............Marianna.....;...... COO ...... ..... S.
COMPETENT: guards and matrons wanted Right reserved to reject-any or all bids. Cash or installment pi:in, for 714 North and sanitary connections. Will 2Qiy2 Thiesen Building. 10:4''..... .... : .............C-press............. 5:38...... ....... 3U
at the Florida State Reform schooL Alex Llschkoff. .noV I' "D' street. 2 rooms and hall. Cottage gas carry: a .$3000 mortgage on .this.. ..;.... ...... : ..........Grand Ridge.......... .5:32.. ........... ..' 3:0:
Only strong, healthy persons who mean In first-class. condition.. i On large lot:,. ; : .............. %: !. ..Sneads...........,. .. 51.. ..... ... :.4
business need apply. Make application.. CONKEYS celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera -i i $5250-On North Baylen street,7-room and \Ve Sell Lots. : ....;..........,..1lii.. ......Rlver 2:3': ')
with recommendation to Walter. Ra'ls.Supt. cure, lice and mite killer as .well hall cottage,cabinet mantels bath I ........... 7:40 .Ar .... Junction..5:10.I 4.C
., Marlanna Fla. SnovlOt as an unexcelled Egg Producer. All Money to loan at .lost market rate I Iel stationary wash starrd in bath PM : P11
guaranteed. and a splendid grade, ofwheat room stables, lot 60x125. Very '
W.\XTED-1Iachlnists. J2.24 to $353 per I that will make jour fowls lay... F. interest. : 'I select neighborhood. :.Trains 21 ,nd:.22 and trains J and 3.carry through sleeping cabetweenpes.colaand .
real esfote this
diem; shlpnttere *::'80 to $ .52 per ;' S. :Mellen & Co., Pensacola, Fla. Phone bought Mortgages and sold.on city T I FOR SALE. I Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Alr'LIne. .
diem; riveters $:!.OO to $:01 per diem. 334. Tnov All of the Maxent Tract: west of "C" an West Gadsden street 7-room !
clippers and caulkers. $%it to $3.04 per street now for sale. and hall cottage. cabinet mantles. FOR SALE-Diamonds. Trains. stop on sIgnaL 't-, .
Watches and
diem. Apply to Board of Labor tmplov- 'WANTED -- Government stenographer gas bath electric' lights, every I
; xnent,.>iavy Yard.Fensacola. Fla. 8no\3t wishes stenography and typewriting modern ('onvenlenceThe nicest Jewelry on easy terms to responsible --
work outside of regular business hours. place In the city that is for sale. people. Buy >aur Christmas presents
WANTED porter. Apply at No. 32 : Address Box 51%. City., Snovlw Can sell very cheap. now P. O Box 265 Snovlw FOR SALE.
South Palafox street. SnovSt:: I[DIRECTORY 1
j WANTED-Room and board by gentle.: $30CO-On East Hill block from car line. FOR SALE-Square grand piano cheap
:WANTED-Lady clerk Must have some j man where there are 'no other boarders. Fisher Real Estate Agency '5-room cottage, bath and shower if Bold at once. 'Cash or installments. FOR SALE-Forty acres land, well timbered
' experience but be brIght! and energetic. I and where" his company would be appreciated bath.- hot and cold -water cabinet 243 East Gregory street. Snovlw good house 1H miles east of
Mid write good, readslle hand. Apply No objection to widow, "Give. mantles, city water. neat and Olive. Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. 0.. PROFESSIONAL.W.
> A. Gahlenbeck, :is bouth Palafox ;, full particulars' as to rates and locality. COLLECTION, OF RENTS modern In every 'respect, very. :NEARLY GONE:-Souvenir postals of Box'164, City. 9novlm .
street. 7novlwWANTED i Address R and B, car Journal- 6novlw* large lot goes with house. storm scenes in Pensacola. 10 for 25c.
SPECIALLY.Pone Send quick. P.' P.' 'P... Box; 336 8novFO"R FOR SALE-One 6-room house In good

_ -\ Servant at once. White or :i icooed. ,WANTKD-Position as saw filer' or su- 87. ,3.S. Palafox St. $3000-North CevaHos street, twostory, condition with two large lots. Near BARTON,
_ : : 1011 North Spring street. 6nov perinte'-sjent, or mill foreman by a .';.room house gas bath and sanitary SALE:-111 excellent pineappleand car line. A bargain if sold at once. Apply
... I competent man. References furnished. connection. This will make a orange land on Jupiter river; excellent 355 Brent building. Snov Attorney At Law.
\TA{.)':;:i>-First-class man to take ( Address J. W. Lasseter, Andalusla. Ala. .. nice home. market; close to railroad; three
tl:.. arge of loggin go ratlons. 'n-I .' 6novlm TO miles from ocean; some improvements: FOR SALE Large bay hone, large furniture Offices-Fisher Building Palafox street
-- .('O...;.::rli of skldder and teams !; I$3250-On East Jackson street on the car: healthy locality. Address! J. E. Benefield. wagon and harness in good con- Will practice in all the state and nite<
s 69.000 feet per day. Also skidder foreman WANTED-To rent, a house on North I line, overlooking the bay. 8-room Aycock! Fla. Snov dition. Price 812500 Fisher Furniture States Courts. Twenty-three rears <'x.
.for Lidgerwood Pine Logger. Address Hill ,with 6 or 7 rooms, will lease for and hall cottage, bath and gas, lot House. 138 and 140. East Intendenclastreet. perlence.
"CX" Care Journal 4novlw one year from date of December 1. Address UNLIMITED amount money to loan on 8txl)7%. You cannot build the :FOR" SALE-At a bargain paying Fund c' 9nov
Pensacola Investment Co. :2noy2t! all kinds personal property. en short house for the money. I ture business at 138 East Intendencla
WANTEIJ-First-class installment sales- I notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before I' street. Address Box 325 City. 8nov FOR SALE-10.000 acre. round Umber T. G. YATES M. D.,

man and collector. References required WANTED-To rent a six-room house In going! elsewhere. Star; Loan ;Co.. lltH $3000-Wert Chase street, between DeVilliers land 12,500 saw"mill timber and saw.
Address 8. K.. Care Journal 4novlw a desirable neighborhood by a permanent : South Palafox. .4novlmCOOO and Coyle. couth front .FOR SALE-Six-ton schooner 36 fee mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Sev- Optician.
tenant. .Address Box 103, City.. I < rooms and hall cottage, modernIn i over all. 11 feet beam round bottom. eral good farms _and town properties.
_4 WANTED. nurse. Apply 823 North ISoctlm $ .00 to loan on'good security. 'Pensa' every way, lot 55 feet .front. 'I copper fastened tight and in good conditlon Write. Gentry & Setterllnd Chipley, Fla. .
Baylen. JnovlwWANTETD II cola Investment Company.. SOoct Can sell on easy terms. (I with good sail and gear. A bargaIn.King. IJaept Thiesen Building.
& Runyan. 4novI -
WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay ([
: ; -A reliable nurse. Apply 820 15c dozen I handle all leading brandsof $3150-East Gregory street" .room house :i I FOR SALE-A pottery workswith steam Twenty' years' experience as an Eye
North Baylen Street Inov wines. beers and whisk'es! and still I HAVE YOU IDLE ).IOT'In the bank large deep lot, stables on car line. FOR SALE OR LEASE-45-room and hal engine steam drying room moulds Specialist' Examination free
manufacture that veil-established cough I can get you 8 per cent on the best House in good condition. The cottage. with outbuildings attached and everything complete for carrying on I
:w A "rED-Engraver. clock and jewelry mcdi.'ine. Joe Roth corner Tarragona I possible security. Leslie E. Brooks. 112South price! is less than it. would cost to. Corner 14th avenue and nth street. Write business, together'wlth the finest bed of Frederick Autfeld. F. M. BlounL
repairer, with tools State experience, and Government :$ts. Hoot Palafox- Oct20 build the house. |I Ig. M S.. Care Journal or apply 313 East pottery clay In Escambla county. Located I AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
The O K.l Romana street.- 4nov
age and salary expected. I right in the city. Apply to or ad
>rug Store. Florala' Ala. 20octW4NTED WANTED-At once, a four or five-room MONET LOADED on" real estate and WANTED-A five or six-room cottage on dress R. P. Reese. IGseptf I Architects
I cottage Must be close in and in good personal property' on short notice. East Hill, not too far out. Must be., FOR SALE-Two-months-old fawn doe. .
-First-class carnage' blacksmith neighborhood. Address 123. Care. ..lourI Terms easy. J. W. Bollard, 28% South modern. I Very genrle Address B. H. Lindsey. FOR SA.Ll-A.! barroom and all fixtures 312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Motes Bit;..
C and woodworker. Good position ''I nal. 25septTAILORING Palafox St. Phone 1144. Crestvlew. Fla. 4novlw* pool and billiard tables. etc In a fine Pensacola. Fla. Montgomery, Aia.
for right man. Address. John G Welsh. 10 lots on North Palafox street. between location. At a bargain if sold at once.
_ Carriage Works Pensacola, Fa. Soct -B. u. Diamond! Tailor. I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight 15th and nth streets. FOR SALE-Bridge score pads. lie; Address box 103. City. 2&ept WM. A. BORMANS
I Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired per cent. If.you have any'that you Some money to be made in .these "500" pads 2Sc. Visiting cards wedding ,
on short notice. No. 11V4 West want interest on. see me about It. It as a speculation ......:..;........$2500 Invitations, fine stationery, etc. C. M. FOR SALE-Cow and calf Apply 210 Architectand Superintendent
Government St... Pensacola, Fla. will be absolutely sate on real estate Robinson. 208. West Oadsden Phone 198.I East Intendencia. J. M. Clutter. 4nov
BOARD AND ROOMS. security. Leslie E. Brooks .Phone 462.. I The northeast quarter of block 175. I I Representing Chas. H.,. Elliott Co.. ofI Office-305 Brent BuildIng
I WANTED-A. p., lngbam wants your New City, 5 lots just across the I Philadelphia, 3nov2w Phone 823. Pen. cola, FIs.1TnTdTbodo0o6TO1TnTbth.
BOARD AND ROOMS at .No* 200 West moving and hauling lie .guarantees MONET TO LOAX-Everybody 'borrows street from Bear's new residence I
_ Romana street; good fare 3.50 per' all breakage. Phone 630.. money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.b '14E. : they are worth 31500 will FOR SALE-One first-class turpentinefarm. I I FOR RENT. !1
_ 'ireek. Mrs. Laura Gomes SnovSw I IF'OR I Government St. When in need call I sell if sold quick at ...............$1400 Eight crops low boxes. Round *
.- WANTED-Carriages repaired and repainted on us. timber enough with place to cut thirty FOR: RENT-Untfl May 1st. 1W cottage : L.'C. PHILLIPS Ph. 'M.
RENT-Rooms with or without I I floats built to order; horse: I crops more. Do not apply unless you at Fisherville overlooking the bay and ,
board. Men onl). Apply 1. West Lai i. shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage iET LOANED on all kinds of perT mean business. Address box7.. DeFuniak shipping beautiful location, partially fur Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN
fet. 7novlm :1 Co.WANTEDThe. sonal property on short notice. Terms List your property with me if you want Springs, Florida. Must be sold ntsh d. Particularly suitable for parties : .
;_______ 'rua I easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.." Romana.. quick results. t I by November %20th 1906. 2novl2 spending winter here and wishing to do,I and SURGEON.
FOR RENT-Nicely furntehM 2-tory I Mercf.ants Transfer Co. Phone 1165. itch light house keeping Rent 112.50, inrlud1mg Office and Residence, 12 N.. Palafox. '
cottage on North Hill. se-ond dour wants your mevlr.j and hauling. All FOR SALE-Car load fine horses and city water. Address "B," Care JournaL I 1 Hours:9tollami '
from car line: ? rooms. all cvn,.*'niemes. I breakage guarantees T. B. Thors, UNLIMITED amount of money 'to loanon mules Just received; also two much Snovlw to5p.m.
For particulars address "CotJ.;e." Care 1 I Proprietor: Phone 978 all kinds of personal property.. Special I cows with calf. Can be seen at barn on Phone 65. '
Journal. Inovlw I to business West Intendencla street. Turton & MeMlllan. FOR RENT- A. Gingham bes oooiooovooOooooooaoaaaDR. .
rates men on large etarageroom
WANTED-All kinds .of electrical work.I J. W. Bullock Jr.Real 28oc for ; t.R.s
cell! all kinds of electrical batteriesand loans. The New York Loan Co. 20414 : for furs Iture
FOR RENT-Two nlcelv furnished I other 104
or and
106 South
rooms South Palafox. Tarragona -
_. with board at 122: : West Chase :For other eleetrical! supplies. When you I (FOR SALE-One-half Interest In the O street. Phone C29.\ :
need me ring 345 or 9aj: E W. Peake K. store Florala Ala. 1 ALICE W. HERMAN
gentleman only. Bath electric drug Purchaser
_______ hght\and. New Star Laundry.mdg, U. Garden. I Estate and Mortgage Loans to ,
telephone in connection. Phone 1163. must be competent manage bUinE'tlS.1!
4novlw Clean stock, cash trade. H. 11 MeDoQgald. CHIROPODIST.Room .
a WA1\"TED-Second-hand sacks of all 'Room 302 Brent Building. Proprietor. 20oct REWARD.
scriptions wanted If out of town de-I I 301
'_ !TWO NICELY furnished in ---- ----------------- -------.-- ,. Building. 3d Floor.
rooms -
a private then to'n< if in town. ring us up at PANAI.IA. ,
family. Reference r'QuirE'd.p.- S14, or them to at corner of BRIGGS HOCTSE! -300 feet west of Union Box 173. Phone 637 CANAL EDITION < f The REWARD-For return of setter p ppy., 7 All corns. bunions. ingrowing nail r<-,
_ ply 17 North Spring street. 4novl.* Chase a rn.t(' Sts UFo S. Mei'en ttCc I Depot on Wright street; best location Journal, containing magnificently ofiewi illustrate I months old-name Jack-white and liver moved scientifically without pain. Man) ,
magazine scores
house to at. Rates ot pots Was tolled curing a specialty *
2Sjuiy i best rooms, best stop and harbor. For 1 ol'f' from corner of 24ocUm
house the city n let
I FURNISHED to rent. Owner to Zloetlra* al \\est Government
day. feouthReus
iOc per book stores or at The journal office. Wednes-
board with! tenant. Phone :2S3;; or call By
I day morning about 11'30!
.by ,two
at 110 Eat Gd.rts..lt'1strt'et., daring the m.atl.t9 cents. lsci: t
BROWN IIOUSE--D5FUfl1CK Spring men about gron. One was .of slight;
day I _._ _Inov MISCELLANEOUS. Good beds airy rooms elegant' Meals: I figure wearing gray suit of clothes; other SECRET SOCIETIES.
free bath and sample rooms. Special FOR S4LE AT A BARGAIN-25,00 was rather stout wearing brown
: 3TWO N1CEIA furnished inonis foi lent attention to traveling mep.: Rates (2.00 bri<'lt. one 35-hors power engine, 100 I I When last seen were going east
with or without. Iwhini. privilege of bath WAGOV. AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We day. J- ,R- Brows Pro .' SALE-Driving mare 4 years old. feet 1-inch pipe.. This engine jus. tne Romana. Reward of 325 ,foe arrCst onVE'St and PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 5.I .
fend phone cwK-nif-nt to .ar line. Address are now in our jiew quarters. 214 E. per gentle, good traveler. Any lady can thing for a small saw: mill Address Box : 1203 East iiadaden street. :2Tootlmo! Intendemia entrance also at215: Romana, HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the drive her. C. R. YBe er, ZOO Thlsn 103/pensacola, Fla. Sloctlm MitchelL : parties.. C. Ray meets every Monday evening at ;'30
and prepared to do everything in wagon American and European- plan. building. Nov. jnov o'clock at their temporary Castle hail
JTHREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS and rarrage building and repairing' Jo;. lear. FOR Ut'e Pou' sUblt'
sult- Special summer rates. Fint-class in SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwelling West Intendencla SL
able for light housekeeping with privIlege L. Herring. Phone ,l23: ; City 14oct. every respect. Pleasant and conven., FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehien I! excellent location near ice factory, Legal Advertisements. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed
of bath. Apply. :222!: West. Belmont.. MATTRESSES lent. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop.. Pensa' &. Sons' piano in handsome rosewood good trade large lot. good water reasonable I ? K. H DEVNARD. C c
2Soct RE."WTJDNpw'tick. cola. Fla. 16apr case A bargain. .Plane> can be seen terms at Marianna. Fla. Address ; ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. HORSLER, K. of R & S.
furnished if desired Guaranteed. Carpet by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. W. E. Taylor, .Chlpley, Fla. IQoctlm Notice is hereby given to -
i XlOOMS-Furnished or unfumlsh-l. for taken up and matting laid. Leave and creditors, legatees KNIGHTS OF
BAY HOTEL-Open night day, Eu
distributees, and all COl..UMBUS
rent. Privilege light housekeeping 234 orders at Watson, Parker Reese Co'sesley ropean plan. Rooms light and clean.: FOR SALE-Ten 'different P isacola FOR SALE-One milch cow and heifer having claims or demands other against persons j Ieet the
pst Gregory street. 2Soct! \\ Duncan. sept Transient trade solicited. 675-67J South.. storm scenes on souvenir postal cards calf; half Jersey. Apply 216 West estate of Mary Bauer, deceased to the Knight of Columbusare
Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau. Prop. I for 25c. P. .P. p... Box 336 City. SOoct Chaflse. '7nov5t' sent the some to the undersigned pre- at hall.
fOR RENT-Newly furnished front room TREEShlde! ornamental or fruit _. within t West Intenden-
I. trees of all kinds also -- -- two (2) years from this date November
in private family southern exposure, hedge plants street, on every
desirable neighboibood and near business turn'sl'ed and planted by S. D Jackson, 1,1901. 'C. F. BAUER. at
Center. Use of bath. gas and phone on terms to suit customers. Best refer Administrator cum. testamento aanexonovloawSw. even. .lnvlt.7:1
,Apply to 422 West Gregory or phone 13a8KICELY ences. Address S. D. Jackson, City.
:84r.tJ m ; 14octlm WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. 1 utende,
In Escambia County Circuit Court
FURNISHED ROOMS: for rent, J. II. PORTER sallmakcr. 71S South State of Florida-In Chancery. Martha 1 ( Grand Knight
; with or without beard Table board. Paiafox street. Orders taken for tents Dixon. Complainant 'v>. blab Dixon De ,i .
Phone. gas and batlu No. Palafox.. awnings, camp stools and house cots. fendant-Divorce. On Monday the third

; 2loctlmFUPNT5HED I -etc. Prices- reasonable.. 3ijai Send it to The.Journal office day or night. When you need help have anythingto day ,of lUsh December Dixon.A.is D.required 190S the to appear defendant -' 10.REBECCA.Daughters of

ROOM for.rent. Apply 301';SlOP i 'DLERS-M'Klmde Oertlng to the bill filed against him herein. I I Monday night at

W..Chase I'Itrh' t. Sloct '' &lees: Co.and wholesale grocers. and Only retail first-class ship chan houseof sell, rent, exchange wish to purchase anything, try a, want ad. They do the This week order for four to be(5)published consecutive once weeks each in !i, F.to halL present Melting

ROOMS FOR RENT. with privilege of kind in city. Fair prices to all The Pensacola Journal a newspaper published ,i T. b N.
: 1'gnt! ousekeeping.. use of bath and in said Esearobia county. A. M '',l HATTIE PULIAM 0
it: phone, on car line. Apply 900: E. Jackson. ': CARRIAGES repaired ar' repainted. work. : :. McMillan. Clerk Circuit Court, by C. G IRS lI."L S
.: br phone. 14,7. lloctlm :, Floats built to order. Horse shoeing HartsfleUl. D. C. Pensaeola.. FUu. October RATHBONE LODGE NO.
I- 'a specialty. J. W, Welsh Carriage Com 25th. 1906. oaw4w Rathbone Lodg- Ko 30. a ofPythias
PLEASANT IIOMFLIKE PLACE to i i pan>'. 27feMIL.TOV meets every at
board on Vcrt'i! lulL second door from six ORDINARY' WORDS NiAKE' ONE LINE. Castle 'HalL Members of sister lodges
car !tnE'. For particulars address No. 8 UPHOLSTERING HOP-Wil: and visiting brethren cordially
S East blrors 12octlm I I lie Slims Proprietor. Furniture repairing Pensacola 'St. Andrews to attend J. M
:-_ 1 I of all kinds, carpets laid furniture .. : J.-LEVEY. A ROPER C C
packed for .
shipping Phone .
FOR P.ENT-Rooms cheap; real newly I I 65. Gulf Steamship Co.
; clean furnished rooms suitable! forJ ; Next to Tampa landm ._ 22apr1L : _. STEAMER TARPON. ) E. B. A. No 81. met frt and
;. r.Ot'e\.et'pinon the hill. Location W. G. BARROW. Wednesday : nuRafffird
end healthy. Close to car line. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER Matter.. Hall. o.e 10. West Intepdenclastreet.
tfciro ff phone and gas. Apply 314 B.''I Iron V\orker( cornice work and skylights ? '' FREIGHT- AND A. G. FELL, Prea.
tron, P one 1213.: lOaug a specialty roofing, guttering and ;.., ;: ', .' : .: 7 Between SERVICE... i. 1 SWEENEY, Secy.
repairing 109 East Goxernment. opera :: .. PENSACOLA, MOBILE, .
1 : house: building. ..Phone,1316.. Zjunelm APALACHICO. PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4. I. O. .
'I .. : .,- .- ;: \ .'." : f : ... DREW8. MILLVILLE.ST. AN. Pensacola Lodge No. 4.: L O. 8 ..

PERSONAL. I I I I r' .. II I- And all rabelle points on and St.ADalachlcola.Andrews Bay, Car- at meets the new every hall Thursda on Belmont evening and Hylen 31

LOS -,," SCHEDULE.. streetsisltlng brethren (r411y
AtTOll'lri.E: riding chew a 1 I >- saco vited. B' R )\ G.
Chtc'et.! .' ," fo : l .Zunday. 1:0 p. m. A. KERLE. SecretaryW.
LOST OR STOLEN-Setter puppy '1 "'lo... Leave Pensacola
isonlbsold.; white and liver spots. Re. Tuesday, 8$0 p. m..
for St.
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ward. Ray 9no ..'
; ./ ; \ '. Carrabell and intermediate point. Live Oak Camp No. 1 W. O W.

:< FOUND.-..- :, LOST-Lady's dummy or between gold watch dummy: lost depot either and on i : !fat.es- rate' on a want ad filling the: above spacers 25 cents first insertion E For.R. additional CO"BS. Information'J* ft. SAUNOERS ant>ly to. meets Wednesdays, in Pythian in each ball v mouth 1st and Visiting 3rd

4pOT,;irlw'C-\D-That 1lk'-1I reme"evrnbolv devpthe.lAes; -Chiclets.-.- .-.the.Kpdy Kandy .Kitchen.Kitchen.\ Rewar4- for' *return. ; to t and<;. 5 cents a day T for each additional. l consecutive insertion.' :; en,4' cash with th.e ad. General Frt..'. anct"Pa! I 3t.President Pen.fI:4)I Eivereigns cordially R F.otic.e, A. 'mC c. 0

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THE: ,PENSACOt'A JOURNAL, ffnffAY: =rlitORNVNG"NOVEMBER... .,. ',., t.,.....1908._' PAGE sivEft.. I i
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Special Notice SOUJHEHN' : "oldjd ft.whisrt' Q iAPkE4T. REPORT 1 4f

fl- :. ,
INDUSTRIES "rahraholdjoel, Savannalt Ga.. NOT 8.-The. naval
I stores market closed to-day as follows

WW ......................;... ...a$ 50 4 4I

All outstanding bills against the : Wa M N -.:JUIIIIIIIIIlimilinitlllllllU:..:::::::....:. ::.::.:::::,:.:5 75 2a ss 4 4i i

The N ..;..............................<..5 75
Tradesman's Weekly 1-...................................4Za ,
H ....... :..... .. .... ... .,
Chamber Commerce it'sawinnershouts M..4 20
Citizens'Relief Review of New O ............... .. :.,. ....... 4 00 QuaKert
Indus F ............... .. .. ...... ss
E )....t..........;..\\I! ...;.......)3 90
Committee must be tries in the South. of ................ .. .... ....... 3 85
presentedfor C ...... ... ....... 3 $o t
Spirits Turpeentlne65'b ,to 65% cents. ; Rye 1

payment to the secretary by Chattanooga, Tenn., NOT. 8.While enthusiasmgreet PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. .
election returns have absorbed muchof The following Pensacola cotton quotations 4
public interest during the closing are furnished by J. P. O'Connor &
iteverywhere Nn eo:. F. O. B. Cotton brokers, Pensacola, .
Monday the 12th I instant days of the week ending to-day there .
has been interruption of the steady ..1 -, I Rich and mellow with age t
march of industrial progress in the I, Middling ...... .........................,!fc
J. H. SHERRILL Southern States. The list herewith Strict Low Middling ..........."......,% '
presented is from the verified reports merit win telf -million bottles Stains,And ti.uce.s nQm1na1. litis delightfully 'stimulating

received by The Tradesman for the sold annually"- victory! if i
great ;
W. C. JONES .Chairman. period of one week, showing the principal I 1 JOBBERS' QUOTATIONS and smooth. > .
new industries established during Ml measurtconvciiieai package ,.
that period. Conspicuous In the moderate pri e-seld everywhere The following PENSACOLA are PRODUCE.the quotations on
list 'will be observed a $1,000.000 oil produce in the Pensaoola market I f

Secretary and gas company in Arkansas in Georgia a1100.000'minIng I "b & b" atlanta klieaovsted'Butter Creamery Butter,,per per'pound.pound. 29 23.tQ to lie 30c. Tell the dealer to send iM i it

> company ; .:Cream Cheese, daisies, 16c .
a $750.000 oil and gas ,company in CYeam Cheese; singles, 15c .J t

Indian Territory: a $100.000 coal and I', a Country Grown Chickens'Eggs. 24c.per' dozen. $5 to $7 you a case of it, today.

How Our Acme Double Flint: coke company in Kentucky; a $500 -, Ducks. pcTvdozen |S.Se te 16'
000 turpentine and tar company In I Irish Potatoes, Michigan per bu.. 85- Phone 16 Lewis Bear &: Co.

Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels Louisiana: a $1,000,000 lumber com GULF CIH.: : COFFEE: CO; Irish SweefF Potatoes(.>tiitd s.N..per T.bo per:,: bu 85..toSOc.;80 to.8o<- 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Jlaia St.,
in Missouri $250000 lumber w Pensacola. Fla. 3
pany ; Yellow Onions, ,
j bu. K to 90c.
!Is made from the best Wool Felt. H. P.'CH1PMAN"Manager.f -: per .
in North Carolina an $800-
Saturated and coated under a new process with Asphalt. : company ; ; Red.Onions.'per bu. 85 to 90c.
!is a rubber-like (densely compressed) Roofing Felloated r )00) oil and fuel company In' Oklahoma f Roasters,:Blenders and I Shippers ef'Fine ,: Spanish Onions In crate. 1140 to Jl.SO
on both sides with Silicate. : a $500.000 land and coal com Holland Seed Cabbage per lb.. 14 e.
acids ana fire. Domestic Cabbage, per crate, 72.H.
Resists the action of vapor : -
\ot affected by beat or iceld. pany in Tennessee; a $100000, cotton Coffees Lemons per box,/$5.00 to $5.50.
The roofing that never leaks. mill in Texas; a $1,000,000 mfnlnz'. Limes per crate, $2.75 to $3.00. i
easily affixed in Virginia and a $100.000'OUR COFFEES ARE SOLO 8Y ALL Apples (Ben Davis), per bbL, ,:on to
The experience of twenty years proves it. to be the best company (GROCERSGIVE! THEM A. TRIAL.MCMILLAN I : $300 Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin I
in West Virginia. The
Ready Roofing on the market. sand company Apples, best variety. $3.50 Id |S.75.
Put up in rolls 32 inches wide and 40 feet 6 inches long complete list for the week is, as follows Oranges, fer box. J2.75 to $3.
containing 108 square feet, wrapped in heavy casing. Oranges ,(Florida. per box $%.':'5 to
: BROS.CO.j jNUFACTtiAfq Grape Fruit, per box, $3.75 to $4. ,
APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. E Alabama. Tomatoes, bushel 1 rates, $1.65 to $1.75. 'I
Cordova-$5,000 coal company; 1p Geese per dozen.:$9. *.*............+.......................t............. ,
80 Ibs. roll complete. warehouse Turkey. per pound. 15 to Ita. ,
3Ply Town Creek-$5,000
r I TIL Rutabagas per bu.. 89 to 85c. +

2-Ply, 70 lbs. per roll, complete. < company. ; loan z New York Cotton Market. *
Birmingham-$3,000 company; TuRp $
1-Ply 60 lbs. roll, complete. and loan .. o e Open High. Low. CJo-?. Witcher I it.ji
per ; $100000 building company. blJa ,January.... S 70 10.00 9.70 991 | Zemurray & Co.
Samples and Full Particllars Free. F Montgomery-Trunk, factory. I!March ....i 9.S3 10K 9.SS 10.08 ,
Arkansas. May.,.....10.03 1027 10.01 10.20
Also 3. 2 and 1-ply Tarred Roofing Paper Sheathing and t C December .968 993 9.65 ,.S:
Insulating Paper.Carolina Warren-$1000000. land,company. Liverpool Spots 563. Commission Brokers. 1' !
Cam den Wagon material factory. New Turk" Spots: 10.30. i
Portland Cement Co., =-Y Leslie-$1OOOQ90'; and gas com

Atlanta, 6a. pany. Wheat-. ,Grain Market. i. Pensacola and New Orleans f .. 'ji
England-$23.000. cottin gin. Open. ,HIgh. Low. Close.
Jones oro-Hub factory. December ....'13 73'$ 72% 724 II W. Intendvncia.. 820 Common. : t :
I May ......77% 78% 11% 77fe
..... Wilton-$10,000 mill and gin company 1 Corn-

m m DRINK BOTTLED Eureka.. Springs-$50,000 amuse December ...Open..4%% High.42i Low.42>4 Close.42V4 i Cotton Stocks Grain. Provisions I r '.'j

ment construction company. May .. ........44. 43% 43% 43% ,

,if Paragould:-Saw, mULBates1IIeStave SHIPPING I eats Open.. High.' Low. Close. i bought and sold on margin or for investment. '. I I II

p0 factory. NEWS December ....34% 34% S1'4 34%
o 0' Florida. .May: .........35% '35% "35% 35% : : I ,14 l lT
@r Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. .s 'tt
Pensacola-Ice. factory. I, New York Stock Market.

c: 0 am wtxa Georgia. Cleared Yesterday. '.. Pac. ...................Open 92% LowSou. 91% : )4 4NN
lit A # Chattsworth .$400,000 mining com- VIvina, Span'I'ss.. Arrotzen 1893 for, Copper ......................1H110% ,Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173.
with bales
Co,) ... ... paay :too Liverpool, round bales!5,700 cotton square,' 67 bbls cotton tallow Atchis4D..I;. ,.....,..a..i....... 9>% i9i-- f i I
Savannah' -$250,000 ice factory:..,$1, 105 eases wood handles.,200,0001 ft deals.Asuncion A. IC. I
m p m. Before that. EOO.OoO naval stores company. 138 tons coaL d.e Lail-uiacra' : Br 8B. Kramer. B.B.4R.&'0.Trllv.IICI"IlCl,..!;..!.:......,!.......!.alil; 80 ,. pS 78% .... .. ...............N..N..NN.NNNNN..NC. 0 I
drinking see Atlanta '$20,000 manufacturing ....
you 43
o l 0 3883, for EHespiere.. .. with', :'2.900 tons. phosphate Erie ar.V.::::miI..X:::::;::i....".-...: 62 43.35% 6i% I
company. : rock. U. S ............:.........: 47 46 '
x get the GENUINE. A word Indian Territory. Prude, Sailed Yesterday., Liverpool.VESSELS '.-- U. S. Pfd ...................104% .104$ .L tl UAR.Prehleat. JOHN
0 I Collinsville-Brick works.ChickashaFiber tla..IPf .pfor R. S. 35% 35,, PFEIFFER Assistant CahorI.E.CLASA.Yice
: : UN...........:.....:...143 142% -PretidestandCashiea t.W.ANDRfW3.AasulantCuilr 1
tc to the wise is sufficient company. IN I Lead .. .............._..76, 76
o 0 Koff: ;$: O.OOO oil.and gas company. teams-trips. M. P, .;...-*.;......:... ..... 94 S3\ % I
Kentucky. Asuncion de"I>arrinapa; Br: ss Kramer.. C ..................v.....,.174% "4U THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK :
2693: KosarW to'Gall Transit, CO.' I ...... ...:175'174%
Pikeville-$100,000 coal and coke Conway; Brria, I-reniiee, fff'W'Bio 11.. .p ........-..-.;.:.:.:..128% 128% r
Hygeia Bottling Works company. I niero to,master.:: *> a.1 ;0.' ........,.;;.....:..;.... 89 88% f PtNSACOLA. FL
Louisville-$50,000 building'com.- Helsmgburg. 'wed Jss; KhrieJ/ 1422.Hueha Reading'.... .:.... .....146% 145%
1 to flyer Bros. I St. ,p ..:. .:.: >.::.::=.;?.....171%. 1<1R ,
124 E. Chase Street.. <; Phone; 587. pany; $30,000_cement works. ] Lewisharep'13r.Gav'in,11755, ,'.Rio, !J'.l. :. I.',....."....".:........... 28%. 28% Opera House, Building.
.. ,. Olive Hill-Flouring mill. neiro to tbc-Wav. 8f' K 78er:' Co; S. R. ,..;.;.......;._....... 33% 33?,, I I
">"- iwps "f V i .... ...... "* DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
-- ., ', Ke"iport'Ianuf: ctuiing company.Masan I 7 .... .- .140% 139 I L
A van 11, Kor'sjilp, aMnderso D,. 1643. Lon U. _..._..... ...IS3 lS2: ,
0101..1.NN.1...,.N...N1.......................N.. Warehouse ,company i don to order.'" *r' T ,P.: .=.:.::.::: CANAL STO\K, J200.000.% SURPLUS $69.000. 1
Fmeville-$3,500 telephone system.i Ferreira Port hlp.; .Barfqs. 606, Lisbon: WITCHER, ZEMURRAY & CO.'S DAILY
Owensboro-$10000 land company. Canada'isr'ship,. 'S pnrrL 2237.. Rio I I COTTON LETTER. DIRECTORS i
Grown Stock Nov 8.-Liverpool came
Southern Pensacola Fla ;
I Nursery ;: ;
i Paducah-$10,000 machinery company -: Janeiro to Pitcn nt > Wr1it: I four to' five: points higher this morning; Henry U. Co\'lniton. Frank Reilly. f. E. ISra ner. ..
Ingrid Nor ship Antwerp close had advanced 2 to 3
: and at the J. M. P'eHfcr W. S, Rosasco! t. W. Lamer
t Tru to Name t .iLexington-$6,000 warehouse to McK. Oerting &Co. I points from the 'opening. or a net advance f
companj. Lena Hal stip) Tassara, 1581.. Londonto : from the previous Close or four to. fivepoints. Bran Dunwody, T. F. McGourin J. R. Saunders 1 f
order: r. lt, j Tone quiet. Spots. 5.63 A. M. Asery W. ". Milton 0. E. Maura,
1 Budded and Grafted Pecans June Bud and one ; Cynthiana $5,000 'manufacturing: ; 0 Barks. Maraeas, $87. January New York'opened 9.70. advanc- W. U Cavtthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Ocrtlng
company. I Afredo, Uruguayan 11, Thornton.bk. I ing steadily to 10 cents just prior to pub- Alex Mc&owin, C. M. Cotington M- E. Clark. J f
Peach, Strawberry, Roses Shade and OraaJ 1 Montevideo to JJ. I lication of the Census Bureau report on
year .
Morgantown-$50,000 oil .and de el- AlfaUd._gwejblt. .svensen. 1532.; Durban i November let ,which '
mental Trees of all kinds. Everything ,true to a : opment company. to mister:, / "*: l1i..DUr I was cotton given ginned as 6,8000B.i: against 483,346 itiit) ttitlxct icr nut tljur, U.U tad ]UO the year. rrtraU jpannentis i
Andrea nor bk Quale ,. to ccciection for the of ,
last convenience customers. .
Louisiana. for the same day year. !
1 name or ,money cheerfully refunded. Write for ': nnster. i These figures were, received by the t r
: New Orleans-$30.000 river ,navigation Campbell :Nor bk.. Hauskep., 1l0 .
:] trade with but Htlle excitement and fluctuations Foir. ereent interest Paid on Tim Ooposits
I list at once. : Stavanger o ilcK. Oerting & C*
price company; $1,000 land company; ) 553, were narrow. although generally t :
1 Nor bk Jorgensen
Chacma. .
$ ,OOOOO turpentine and tar compan considered of a bearish' character.
i C. R. LONG ,Nurseryman! ;Andalusia: rZTiTe ',Ala.( Sbiloh-$5,000 Missouri.cotton:gin.: 'I Fleetwood to Hereford :Nor oioer.' bk. en&en.,13S0., .'Rosario! strength The I market in closed view steady of showed the about large considerable ten ginning points

.... ...,.... ..!. ......... .................66.... St. Loute-Construction company: I to Heimdorder.al order. Nor bk. Eensen. 1354 Hull I from the high mark for the day. I

510,000 land and mining company; Humberto, Span. bIt; 1111, Battle, Havana BREADnone THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
.25,000:: } box factory; $10,000 cabinet to ord r. LIGHTHOUSE
Lindtiuist t, 123L I
Isabel Browne Rus bk. PENSACOLAA
WOt ks. HUH to rraster : genuine without the ,
I ,Joplin-MInes; $100,000'mining com- Kink Oscar II. Nor bk Johnson. 752, i
Business Conducted
Steam Bakery General Banking en'I Safe and Conservative
Pfeiffer's -
Rosario to A. Zellus.Lllla : label.
are offering some dressed damaged pany mines; ; $100.000$200000 prospecting mining! company.company; Nor bh, AanoDsen 1030, ;Santosto Basis.

Kansas City-$25,000 investment: J3.r.uru 'tk. Lopez"100. Havana : .- Correspondence Solicited."R. M. Bushnell Cashier.

lumber at a bargain. company Galena. Mines$1,000. lumber company.. Lynn.Maria to to order.master.Ger bk' French 1922, Kings Real Estate Transfers I ,

Is a list of the real estate i
North Carolina Marina Madre Hal bk Slmonatta.146S. Following -
We fill all orders for Genoa to order. transfers worded yesterday furnished by
can now new Burlington-Bridge company; fur: Negpore Nor bk Ojerdsen .1128 East the .Pensacola Abstract Co.:
niture factory; $125,000 engineering. ,London to A. Z lius. DEEDS City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
company Olivarl lta\fi. Costa Genoa to" X>r-. fe:Simpson to,Clyde E. Wilson-The
stock shipment .arrivingdaily der. rit SO feet of the t1 Kingfeet of lots Denomination. $ 000.00 each. Dated January Let, 19CS Maturing January bt.
Cnarlotte- .000 roofing company. .
:: ; Pallas. Nor bk. Johnson 1219, Plymouth f to t block 60. West $ 00. 1936. Redeemable Jan. tat 1926. Interest Payable Seml-Annually.
Altapass $100,000, development ,to A. Zellus. WE OFFER: FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE
Superb, Nor bk. t7Mch 1934, Antwerpto There will be a regular INMOUNTS'TO SUIT PURCHASER.
, H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANYAnnouncement company.Rutherfordton $250,000 lumber A. Zelius &.Schooners.<*>. meeting A. of Mt.No.Horeb.6, on K. ,

company Clara E. Randell.Am sch 862:, Calbar- Mond y ap12th, inst at 740 The Peoples Bank of Pensacola
Fayetteville-$150,000 development len, Cuba. to J. A. Merritt & Co. p.. m,: ,
company. Belize Donna to Christina master. Am:'sen, McLeod',:1S8. W. E. ANDERSON Pensacola, Fla. '
: Monroe-$50,000 investment company Domh-a. Br sen. Reddle.'2001, St. Lode
; $20,000 lumber comp'any', to Freddie master.Heucken Am sen,.Bryant, 475 CREW NOTICE.
pan Havana to master.' .' Neither .the Captain Owners
!1...... ........' Rosemary $20,000 development t nor Consignees of Helsingborg.the Swedish
6 steamship i iU
company. for debts
n..J Statesville $50,000 Investment. works. contracted by crew of said
company. Corsicana-$100,000 ofl .compa y. vessel' ,, Bank OrdersWhen
l\fanE'to-SSOOO can'.factory.. Corpus Christi $65,000 Ice and 1... W. SCHRElL.Captain.
I am pleased announce to my friends in Pen- < .l\IooresvUle-SlOO< cotton. mill, electric company. Agents.

sacola, that I have.associated myself with the Pensac Oklahoma. Sherman-lOO.OOO oil mill. I
land company; $SO,- BREADnone
Mountain Park-$500,000 oil and Dallas-$10,000 LIGHTHOUSE
cola Cement and Stone Company,. and will take the 3 fuel company. r 000 land company.ClevelandTelephone. genuine without the #, sending money thro

management of all constructive work We will be plant.Perkins-$5,000' light ..anclpower- ;San Antonio-$30,000 S system.land com- -label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak the mails why not use the r i

pleased to furnish estimates on sidewalks, concrete Fl Reno-S15000 lumber ebmiwirv pany; $15,000 amusement company; Bank Money Orders-New i

work of any character, and the only Miracle.'Hollow $;)n CIevE'land1'101)coo) ) ice and mal) eas company. $10000 Houston-Manufacturing industrial company. company; ery. York Exchange. Better than

Block. All work entrusted to 'us will 'have company. mill mining company. : express or postoffice
my per- Olustee-$50f>0 telephone company.. $50.000 saw ; money

sonal supervision! .and we guarantee absolute' satisfaction I SoutH Carolina. Browndel-Saw milL -, orders, because it costs less,
$100,000 light
Brownsville- power '
Charleston -
building and
,in every instance. Respectfully, loan company. and water company. THE LAUNDRY ,., .is absolutely safe, and you

Carlisle--$4001 cotton gin. Virginia.Brookneal510,000 ,don't have to fill out
STEPHEN HARVEY Columbia-S:).(OOO( motor company. tobacco factory That' can give you the .:" ':<:
J. 4w n Tennessee. Fairfax-$\00,000 development com- best work will cost you "; any complicated" "applicationblank.

Nashville-SSO ono land and' coal pany. .. 1
----- ,' 'company; $10.000 manufacturing Lynchburg=$999,000 mining com'PJCape no more to patronizethan 1I
is I
eomnany. ; one whose
I panr.Greenfield-$5,000 warehouse com works. Charles- $200,000 brick doubtful and with finish t t

Clarksville $50.000 development PulasW-Coal and coke company. out of d'at Our work
WOOD' FIBRE PLASTER contracting cam
company; amusement company. N'orfoIk-S25.000 satisfac- : F
Lyles-Mines. pany; $10,000 land company; $50,00"laundry. gives perfect. FIRSTNATIONALBANKOF

pmthis-$4tOOO) < ) land company ,
walls. It makes f 100 01ft iron vorks.SfcKnoxville Blacksburg-Ice factory.
good even FLA.
for plastering ;, com tion.The PENSACOLA.
-$10,000 hardwood fixture Petersburg-$25,000 storage Star Steam I
and smooth surface-one third fibre,., two- company company; $25000 t con. pany. 1
the United States.W.
West Virginia. Designated Depositary of ,
thirds sand.Saunders'. ... .Texas.Eazle Berkley Springs $100,000 sand Laundry >

Pass-Mines. company. H. Kaowlea. President. W. K. Hyer, Jr., Vice-President and Caihler.

Beaumont-*10000 rice company... Beckley-$25.000 lumber company. 31 E. Garden, St Phone 114 Thos. W. Brent. Aaa't CaeWer. W N. Roberts. Asst Cashier.
Mill Company hardwood company. W. H. Knowles W. K. ,Jr.. f
Lackey-Mining company. _r Welch-$25000 Director*-F.C. Brent, W.A. Blount. Hyer
21 East Cartfoff Street. Tyler $100.000 cotton milL .'* Fairmont-$50,000( gas company Peaucola Fla. D. G. Brent. 1 f
ftonm 717. :
Wolfe City-$8,500 water works: Wheeling $25,000. manufacturing

Fort Worth $20,000 concrete company. I


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the'product of the best hat '

: makers in the business. Two .Boys Before,Court'Upon j '. ., W. B., Barton of Norfor 5; -V ,

; different Charges of Stealing ,- Va., Locates: the DeepWater -
We have enough styles, >v ittle

From Postoffice.. : ; ;;City.

in varying dimensions, to fit any THE KIND cal

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face with a hat that's becoming as Two cases were disposed of in the' W. B. Barton, who recently cameto

United States court yesterday; Judge Pensacola from Norfolk, Va., to engage -

well as smart. Our hat prices range I Charles Swayn'o in the practice 'of law here iw f 4

cases were those of 'boys echo had very much pleased .With the city and SELLElegant

from $1.50 to $6.00.with. some I stolen funds from postoffices and with 'its prospects for development V V Yy. : iMI

they desired to enter pleas .of guiltyto "Pensacola has," said Mr. Barton, +e
extra good values at $3.00. the charges against them. to a Journal representative yestei

day, "one of the finest climates in the [eld
The first case was that of Howard 4}> yn
world and the harbor here simply
Blackman apparently about 11 yearsof cannot' be surpassed anywhere. It ti

age who was charged .with the 'seems to me that Pensacola in fact +
theft of funds from the ,postoffice at !this whole section of the state ha.sl u

Westville, and the ,second ;!was that !the most promising future'of any u
,place ''I have ever seen. As, soon as IRSTRES
of AL, 'Stanton, about 16 years of i your street paving 'and sewer workis J V

THE JOHN WHITE E STORESpecialists age from, who the had stolen 'small amounts" completed the city will take on unusual V v
postoffice at GracevUJe.
The boys were accompanied'In; !;more rapid activity then and than its ever.growth" will to* Line of AME

court by their fathers
.pleaded '
.Mr. Barton paid Ine Journal a high
in Men's and Boys' Wear with the court to impose only light t compliment saying that the evidences NOTCY
I fines on the boys and promised >to' -I-V .
,of enterprise which the paper eihib/? : -
Phone 225 205.207 8. PALAFOX, see that they conducted themselvesmore !ited had more to do ,than any other 1 r
honestly In future: this
Upoa 'one thing with his coming to Pensa DOR
promise the court imposed a. fine of cola to investigate 'conditions and I : i PatternsNewest

J25 upon Blackman and, a fine of $20 prospects here. Of course after he tI
f r upon Stanton. reached the city the latter the+ I

_ No True Bills Found.. spoke for itseiL Mr.. Barton ha, Was
Official Scratch PadsWe The grand Jury, which')has.\ been Investigating practiced ,law In thar courts of Virginia ] the i
cases brought ta its attention for 23 years and he will no I

have them in large variety for pocket or desk use. did not return any'true bills doubt find. a lucrative practice here. ; V andNobbiest L ith.
to the court yesterday. There are a He has taken offices in the Fisher: r.' med
Suitable for pen or pencil. Each sheet being. perforated, large number of witnesses in attend building and. he will reside: with his v

a sheet can be taken from any part without disturbing the ance in various cases which are ,to, wife and son' in the Herron residence v t t r Ld ;erde
receive attention. on Palafox hilL
other sheets. i/ _I V :
Final Decree Issued.* ,--
decree in favor of Paul
Brant .""' ,. Phone 235
L-- _, Eggert. master against cargo of your horses"as wgll :as to your" Q9 i .
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=-- self. You not'suffer e et
cement brought here'&Orne time since need from painsof '
aEd libelled by the master::'was.entered I any .sort-your, horses need not ere
1Ih yesterday. 1'he 'amount involvedis suffer. Try a ..bottle, of Ballard's 'sotPT
J242.8U. Snow Liniment. It-cures all pains:.J. '.. -
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M. Roberts Bakenfield,, Mo., writes: ':\ O 2Q1'i StylesPrices I
"Runyan's Rollers; "I have used your Liniment for ten' "I I = 1 ivecrc
and i1AItD ,
years find it to be the best I have _

ALWAYS WAS,SI14rWhen t ever:used for, man, or_beast." ; ld i ied

a" man sy! i Jl ,!always) was LIGHT HOUSE BREADnone I ,, from'$3., SO to $9._ Our $5 and $6 Suits 'are ext t
sick-troubled with. leaneats
lasted all winter, -what a .cough. ,-wouldy that OU i- genui without the cellentI It your boy needs, a Suit come,and look.at our line. f&

say-he never was ;sick since' : using : ,.
Ballard's Horehound .Syrup.. .Such a i label. feiffer'sSte m Bak- I We can please you.Watson Ar

_ exists. .. 'J
man Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver: :'Colorado !ery. r w r E dertudl

writes: "For years I. .was, ,troubled ()l Parker & Reese Co.

all winter. This cough left me in a GEORGE. BRQWN n .et
miserable condition... ; tr!& Ballard'a U'
Horehound Syrup and.bave.not: : had a "Everything, to Wear.," '

sick day since. That's what:It did DIED' YESTpRDAY .. pallen
for me." V .mtt tl t r it -v&'CT; tz.t t3 :' tzt '3" ; itt: ,t3' t3" t'lrI as

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Sic STATE FUR-MIILt: KNOWN BAYMQN i EXPIRED I BiiiHimHmnnnumg > e flufie

Ii --1 Vs ATTEND REUNION !'---0.
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-J W3 -- Last Night's Pia;. fth
ELABORATE > George Brown, a well known bay- i Arthur Dunn was here, last. night iolat
: : .. ::: PREPARATIONS FOR man, died yesterday morning at' 4 OF SECOND BRIGADE, FLORIDA and those who saw. .him are laughingyet. er
THE BIG EVENT PRACTICAL. o'clock at his home corner Palafox ITV.b ownhis
i. ; ; -b and Belmont streets after an illnessof CONFEDERATE VETERANS, The play is immaterial where he is (

LY COMPLETED. about a week, though he had beena J GAINESVILLE. concerned, for Arthur Dunn is always polo
r AT' et1t
,sufferer for'some' tjmrom: au 'ilI.- "the whole show?' ,

.:,. ..t.T jury received 'while"af work in the This! season he buckled.up.with a Isterite!se c
r' Tampa:,FIa:, NOT Wednesday bay.'t 'G n. Stephen D. Lee'commandingthe sort 6f musical'comedy written especially .

pJQ.C next is the opening day of the great Mr. Brown was a brother of Joseph United Confederate, Veterans hasbeen j for him" called The Little : hem
invited 'to attend; as the guest Joker." This'play the miniature
Florida State Fair at Tampa, and the Brown formerly'custodfdn of lumber gave
day will be the most brilliant and and timber and was an, old residentof of' honor, the reunion of the Second comedian,all opportunities imaginablefor' ag i
;, .t memorial one in the 'history of the Pensacola. He had passed his fiftieth Brigade, Florida division United his 'originality and contagious hem;

Paradise; of Flowers.: The heritable year, and besides his' brother, federate Veterans, which is to be con-I comicality and he most certainly had FOR ? omn:
THE T AY OFF{ actio
citizens:; of this city have already leave two sisters and a number of at GainesvUle on .November 14 his audience wild last night Laughs
made preparations for the care and relatives to mourn his death. He. hada 14, synchronously with the I followed one another so fast that eVen The Derby Hat might be more or if's Uner
the' Florida division,-says the JacksonIthe I 'people on the stage indulged in In the way-surely! the Soft Hat wouMi: omn
entertainment of thousands of Flor- large number of friends and, was
more In keeping with and
idians and visitors from other states, ,member of S. B..A* No..1. ville TimesUnion.The I:jit, and if they had ,not, they wouldhave' festive" possibilities. 5 ,the- "ga he t
the latter of whom will come to Tampa The funeral, cortege'will leave 11.1 invitation was extended ', been less,than human... We bare .ajlj the flatest >shaps n fcolors blurhe
Y.tR' SSC by train loads and visit all sec family home this morning at 8:30 through Brig. Gen. J. C. Davant commanding I'I "The Little, Joker" is'* tuneful hats that In the *'HAWES" loft hau the J
the back hertatc
carry guarantee
H tions of the state in 'search of.'per o'clock for St.Michael's church, ,"the Second Brigade. As yet I I musical comedy brim full of excellent of best all-around money satisfaction ;
3 x manent homes. Nearer' before, has where the services will be conductedand no reply has been received from I music. It cans for bunch of pretty Afl the latest 'styles in Derbies too. :
such an advertising campaign been the' interment will. t be in St Mi Lee,'but,Adjt Gen. A.. D. \ Gen.1 girls, and they are. there-all. wool anda AU three dollars. All guaranteed.SEE hips tddl
conducted in behalf of Florida as'that ,chael's cemetery. hopeful that the distinguished yard wide. >- OUR WINDOWS.
"a federate veteran? now .in The attendance was large and there We Are Sole
which has to
just.been brought Agents.
of,the entire:order will attend. was a' smile of satisfaction on.:every :... Th.
close by the Fair Association and Elab-j : -
railroads, and letters received 'indi- orate preparations are being I face, when, the last curtainVfciUed GET, ONTO THE BIG NOISE AND GET :omn
Pabst Beer V in the event.that be- I down. The.audience, the alit
cate that the attendance 'of' home his.reception,. ) by way, got A FANCY HAT BAND.
,' 'r:* tends. [its money's worth. Some of the
seekers will, be immense. The rates .' Brig. Gen Fred L. Robertson; .assistant numbers- were encored' again and S-FC>JXrE: eadj
c.'Gp..rtpt,1906,. given by the railroads from all sections Most PopularAMERICAN adjutant several: of the Uni- again! Especially is this true 6t the bout
B. Kappcaheuncr&:c...,Chicago. : are the lowest on record. Confederate Veterans is a member i ensemble "Don't -You Think niXDo." THE HABERDASHER. leal

The opening day :will be. known as ,"of the -Second Florida Brigade.It and Arthur Dunn's specialties on the 222 S. Palafox. roar
"Press Day" in honor of the editor ," *_ *-as
was Gen Lee that appointed Gen. piano. :
kNLY personal preference for a singleor of Florida and a feature of the day PEOPLE APPRECIATE Robertson to his position on. his Come again, .Mr: Dunn 'and .Pensa-, foauKd

O double-breasted coat couI4 influence will be the annual banquet at the CLEAN' ,WHOLESOME' BEVERAGE.With .. hotel in-thelr'honor.-Thi&
Tampa Bar
: .: the inereased'consu'mption of beer the assistant adjutant general KNOWLES BROS.
your choice between these banquet will also be attended by !the public is becoming moreand more will pu.t- forth every effortto, induce LIGHTHOUSE BREADnone .4 |wk
state officials members ,of the Legislature diserlminattng.Once upon a time beer his chief 'to' attend.Should Insurance.FIRE rig a
two suits-the ARWICK and the *and other prominent visitors. 'was been .but what now we we drink are In becoming the way,'eryftrticular of .. the invitation be ..aceptedthe genuine without the the ifush

PORTLAND. The Governor' Broward promptly" at the beer. Each: brewer mates his own par- presence of Gen.Lee will make label.. Pfeiffer's' Steam Bak LIFE, ACCIDENT MARINE.
slightly body- hour, will the fair gates; titcular brand each'with I a
noon open or brands its theGainesville. reunion. a. most me: General Agents of r!
lines and addresses will be. made by.otherprominent own.. particular flavor: color 'and other ery. .
tracing give the WARWICKa morable and the thanks of'every ,
: statesmen:, The, paradeand marked chara'tf'r'stkl!. While the process one I : .. The EquitableLIFE tot fhel
brewing: is the same in general old' soldier In Florida will be
metropolitan finish, while thePORTLAND'S openingday"will be unrivaled in it is not at an the same in particular. for extend-I'
InUhis it might be well to know that' he .
their brilliancy. Every departmentwill I F"orl-d-a"
adherence to conven- Pabst is recognized in this <'Ountand invitation. ; :and Alabama YORK.
be in absolute readin'esshat' the abroad as the pioneer in perfecting the I Ready for. .Reunion. v 1 309 .South Palafox Street retf
tion bespeaks genuineness and worth. opening hour and the Fair 'will 'appear cleanest process for making beer as well Adjt. Gen. Williams stated yesterday I I oeplJ
as- being leader in the science of LAND
to advantage as on the t COMPANYManufacturers
as good rt"w I
brewing. Pabst who first recog- that everything was, ready for 1 I
worthythese closing; day. New buildings and other nlzM not alone the ,desirability, but the I the. Second Brigade reunion and the SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES pIt
notable improvements, upon which necessity of absolute rleanlin>s4 in bM'w-j Indications are that it will .be largely 1 'or' OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. |
; thousands of dollars, have, been expended ing.- cooling .and aging beer. To-day he attended. 'and Dealers in AGent for Diebold Safe and Lock Co., oait

that's why we offer you clothes ,' will be apparent ,to those"who Pabst leads in Beer the Is eleanHness not,cooled" of in his open process.rooms i I The several camps composing' the LUMBER(. AND SAWED KILN CYPRESS DRIED SHINES Office and Salesroom tanton. Ohio.E. Gov. St.
attended the Fair last;-1ear., where men walk in and out, but in sealed I Second Brigade have appointed their I SAP. hat
made by The House. of Kuppen- The Florida State Fairs;Rowing to coolers where only nUered air can reach i nd
delegates and the larger camps, in
m 1C Pabst Beer is- not aged in open rats
heimer. the great -success 'achleved:last; year, ,but in sealed tanks where it stays until : addition to the delegates with voting!i
has become famous':as the greatestfair science shows it perfect in age. parity i powers will send a large delegation. The'Storm DANCERATHBONE Tlfha
sta.te- anywherein and strength. rid
held singl
-by a Pabst Blue Ribbon Beeris, always exactly i Business matters of importance are 1 an
the country a fact in which"very I the same. The exquisite flavor to' be transacted and the social\ features :
public-spirited Floridi n' 'should! take never changes because Pat>!st yeast with will be, ,made unusually, ,prominent SISTERS :
Pabst beer is fermented is always Q,1He
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and hIt"in'the
pride. Every man. ,<: We
original mother cell in now have all of
state should "attehiL Ttiay.'are I grown r'n tanks where there .is It-Is understood that the brigade our Pensacola,, Temple No. 14,
assured the best of "accommodationsat I not the slightest chance for outside con sponsor and maid of honor have been storm-beaten. : docks Working --, Sisters tina

H. -0. ANSON .low rates.ENJOYABLE. tamination.Pabst exclusive8day It is always malt t grown made under from appointed' and their acceptance is'ex"" ane}'are, prepared to dock Rathbone A IN, n1
the watchful eyes of trained scientists pecte "by the brigade' officers daily.'
: DANCE WAS who make It Just the same and Just right As soon;as this" is received the official -' any 'vessefr: >m'1Ol.J6 3,000 C. K.' of A. HALL' Srihat
GIVEN LAST WIGHT every time. Only the choicest imported 'r
--- ; hops the used, thus it is rich In tonic order announcing tht.fr.,appointment tons on short! notice. We FRIDAY NIGHT NOV. 9. r
It leaves the brewery' will be Issued. Adjt Gen. Williams ,
never -
which proved to be properties.
A dance, solicit fast
until fully aged and perfect In purity and stated yesterday that'.the appointing : estimatesfrom. : ,cap THE.PUBLIC INVITED. BARRIOSE'IORCHESTRA ;
; most enjoyable event, was given fast strength-the cleanest beefbrewed. WILL Jest
would tarns and'-owners
night by a number'' young men at Thus It Is in these!! days of discrimination probably be of vessels MUSIC. 8s.he
is the most ready for publication by the latter,
the Eagles hall: on West Garden Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
popular ber with the "doctors and the ,part of this week. requiring docking'and: repairs -
street The event was a return people who va.lue.Jts richnessand its r
rr CORNER PAIAFOX AND MAIN dance to the cleanliness. I V HICKS'CAPUDINE
complimentary young Etcamtla Lodge No. 15, F.'i A."M. nol
ladies who gave the phantom dane.Hallowe'en Special trninujiicti9n of EII- q0o:
.. and was.larcelt.aUt'lided r -:' rambU Lodge. No. 15. F. A A. ,- t ton
r ,. 1 FRiED XA 17* M. win be held Friday erenlnj. OLLiNQER & BRUCE DUrl Wtu
x The young people begin arriving 8. A. Phase I Novfinb 15th at i o'clock. curHEADACHES 80
at the hall early In.the evening,and 331 !'. Patafn:, S&ret r .-. '?Work -In .1L M.degree. Visiting bar
'ii spent several hounj .dancingr; e cel- I thrra' cordially Invited. ,Banquet DRY DOCK .COMPANYMOBILE
:Pabst Blue Bib bo Beer -. ib'f? V -t:. D. BEVKR. ub VJ COLDS
lent music furnished .
'i:1 being} for the, ,Q. D.\ILET. W. M. I. .
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occasion. -;' '. ..
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