The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
November 10, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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

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VOL. IX NO.: 265





Little Flurry With Japan Re- Sixty sixth i \ I=============== .
= Anniversary of I Th Battleshipvt Louisiana

calls Difficulty of Days H I, OFFICIAL RETURNS OF Fully Two Thousand.* t.

King Edward of England; Passed Cape atteras t 11 11j

Long Gone By. tended Big Event at P : l
at Noon. -
A I TIlL GENERAL ElfCTION Yesterday. .
o. ?-

AMERICAN r I SLAVESHeld 1 Only One Message Daily Expected a j

I 'I Beard of Canvassers Completed Work Yesterday Ten A GREAT SUCCElNumerous I 1

+ O 'opala at White:House. I .

By Japs Until Expedition I i iI Precincts? Could Not Be Counted on Any of the

of Capt. Glynn.FIRST CINCINNATI COMMERCIAL CLUB I I Propositions to Amend the Constitution.. ;. Fine Rigs and i '

I I The board of canvassers to canvass had to be counted as the others. Horses Were Exhibited. r

EXPEDITION FOR THEIR WORK ON ISTHMUS BY COM- I the ,returns of the general election of i Mitch Jacoby received a complimen-

Fd s'pyb BINED MERCANTILE ORGANIZATIONS !J[ Tuesday completed its work yesterday -*tary vote of 33. '
The Official Returnsfl
OF THE COUNTRX county have +,ofeen forwarded to Tal-f ,
AMERICAN! OFFICER WOULDNOT UN-j I lahassee. The work was completed The returns are as follows: JOYED THE MAGNIFICENT EN-,

DER LEADERSHIP OF TAFT. yesterday afternoon and after being:For Congress:' f ,
Yr carefully gone over papers
GY-EXPEDITION OF COMMO 11 I signed and sealed and will probably T. B. Meeker .- 125a THE PENSACOLA DRIVING AS- '
.. rsL H. Laney 1 \
b; ;a2r By Associated Press I reach Tallahassee to-day .
Nov. 9.-Advices re- For Justices'Supreme Court: SOCIATION-HORSE SHOW WILL
CORE PERRY IN 1853. Washington I i Ten out of the twenty-three precincts i
received in \\ashingtcn to-day show I could not be counted on the William C. Green. .. eo ..158
that the president is Veil on his wa1to : amendments to the constitution, and Chas. B. Parkhill .. ... .. ..948 HEREAFTER BE AN ANNUAL

Special to The Journal ,the Isthmus of Panama aboard the i four out of this number could not be Jas. B. Whitfield SOCIETY EVENT. It

". ;.kington. D, C. Nov. 9.-The Louisiana. The ship gassed out of I I counted at all the inspectors and clerks For Railroad Commissioners: i iPensacola's
W. Clark Beach ..198a
the capes early: this morning and at i: having failed to attach their signatures .
Iti' flun\! the government is having Newton A. Butch. .. .. ..740 '
noon passed Cape Hatteras. The last I to the returns. The canvassing Horse Show was a magnificent I
witi japan( just now recalls to mind I news ,given out fromthe: ,commander I Ii ,i board, being compelled to follow out R. Hudson Burr ...729 success, and its promoters I

some cf the,'other troubles we have jcf i the Louisiana was -that all was!1 1y the law could not include the returns I A. C. Sill ., 69 and directors deserve to be classed I

iti. that island For well ; of these precincts in the results or. For State Senator: among the blue ribbon winners of the t tt
tai: : empire. I I Secretary Ieb .expects: only one I the election. The four precincts were:,I John S. Beard -. occasion; in reality, yesterday was a I

sere al centuries Japan would haveno I message daily from the,president anda Nos. 7, 10, 11 and 21. I Geo. R.mith/: gala day in Pensacola, and yester t

dealings with other nations except small budget of important news will Precincts Nos 4, 5, 8, ,9, 20 and 22 For Representative to Legislature: day's effort on the part of the Pensa I

Portcsal and China.. Shipwrecked: be sent to the president! ,daily. could not be counted on the various M. O Baggett .883J cola Driving Association justly de- I. : t
A. Caro 1 the
This was serves greatest praise.
amendment propositions.
sailors of any other nation unfortunate -
PLANNING INSPECTION due to the fact that the officials in Geo. W Deason There were landeaus, surries, .
enough to be cast upon the island oF' ISTHMUS OF PANAMA sending to this county Warren E Anderson. .. .. 1 barouches buggies traps victorias ,:

were enslaved, or at least kept as blanks which clerks and Inspec- J. 'v. Dickson .6 ..150J. stanhopes run-abouts, carts, sulkies- .
pn oners. During the administrationof Cincinati 1ov.The Commercial inspection I tors should make their returns, sent A. Long.. .... .. .. .. .. 1 ia fact everything on wheelswasthere
Club of Cincinnati planning an -
v cp is blanks which had been left over R P. Reese .600ai and everybody thoroughly 'enjoyed .
President Polk the government received of the work on the Panama old f
.. .
oa I I from the election: of two years ago,I Jacoby themselves. The elite and"I
information that .q canal by the combined mercantile organizations I
quite a number Ooa when five, amendments were voted M H. Judd 1 I beauty-In fact all of Pensacola's
of the States,
\nvr-can sailors were thus United upon but, different ones from those I J. J. Sullivan: Jr., 8ThOs. I four hundred, those who would, and _
held and it determIned 0 making the trip on a chartered ship I I ,. .. 1 '
in bondage, was under the leadership of Secretary of voted upon at the election of Tuesday. Pebley I those who wouldn't aspire to social I
'' .
to make an effort to secure their have The county commissioners sent out For Tax Assessor: leadership In Pensacola fact
War Taft. Several cities
large I I the election stationary without notic j i W.: : Richards everybody In Pensacola who loves
release, and if possible establish a sent replies favorable:, to the plan ,
For Tax Collector
made such : horse flesh and these numbered about
ing that it returns were on
treaty relation with Japan.: The trip is also to encourage trade t
1 P blanks they would be illegal, and the I J..8- Roberts 'O. two thousand were at Kupfrian's Park
with the West Indian Islands and
First Expedition. America.. I I clerks and inspectors of some of the,For Treasurer: yesterday afternoon for the purpose E
A naval expedition was: fitted out South precincts filled out the-blanks as ,they i j I J. E. Williams .. .. .. ,..973 of enjoying and' lending his or her t '

under the command of Commodore KING EDWARD VII OF ENGLANDBy came to, the amendments Other,. Pat Williams 1 endorsement to the idea of a horse
oiudle Among his instructions was clerks anil inspectors wrote the cor-:Members School Board: show as a permanent institution in
Associated Press. congratulations, messages and value rect article and section which had W. E. Anderson .. ..913 Pensacola's list of diversions-sports,
him be and
to careful
one charging
London. Nov., 9.-King Edward today able presents from the sovereigns of been voted upon, and then placed the H. G. DeSilva .883W. If you would-and social functions. t
io nothing that would offend the celebrated his sixty-sixth birth- Europe and personal friends. The OF JACKSONVILLE number of Totes opposite. Others,I f' M Agerton. .. .. .. ..838 In every sense the horse show was A

Japanese. He tried to enter the harbor day quietly at Sandringham. He Is In customary salutes were fired by war however, pinned that portion of the I II For County Commissioners: success and there was nothing lackIng .. f
at Nagaski and open communicaIons excellent health and received many ships. ballot relating to the amendment to!I' J. B. Roberts ..936 to make it in all respects what .
I the returns and John A. Merritt ...887J it to be-the function
with the authorities, but in this DIED YESTERDAY that portion of I was Intended of
:., marked the vote: on it These were I .' M. Andrews, ..903H. this season and the forerunner of
he was baffled/ for some time..At last ,. ,' .. .. .. ,. ..896For
r .. u
'wer'ecountedi .
all IPgatSand: } '-' : ;, c.cCloP : i. similar successes of future seasons. .,
he succeeded in getting to an anchorage DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE By Associated--pre.s. The vote in some, of the precinctsnot : J. 1 Ste'.ard ,. .-.\-:: :J. .$: aOfficial Program.. .

when he was visited by several Jacksonville, Fla.j NOT 9.-Geo. counted was very light and there Justice of Peace, District. 2: The following was the official program ...I t.

Japanese officials. During his visit an Nolan mayor for the past two terms was but little change or redaction in R. Nichelsen ; ... '.. ,.770 : '
LDierican officer McCARREN died after a long illness today aged the vote for or against the, amend For"Justice of Peace: District 5): Class No. 1-Harness Gelding Single
stepped on board one AFTER ? ET. AL. '
seventy-two. He was a native of :ments. Five of the precincts not J. M. Harrison ... ; To be shown to any kind of ve
Ilf the Japanese junks, which was a i Georgia and served throughout the counted 'showed a"ote of about 46 For Justice of Peace District 7: I hicle. To be judged by their speed

lolation of Japanese eitquette, so the war In the Confederate army. against drainage and 30 in favor of J. E. Hanks ..446To manners. conformation, gait and !

American was promptly knocked Conduct ofKing's Democratic During the. proposition. Provide for Drainage of Ever- style of going; Horse alone to be : I ,
'down! and thrown overboard. For County Organization the Leader. glades: '
Roberts considered. Excessive speed not re-
this Commodore Biddle demanded an NOW AFBINTERSTAE ER THEUARRIi1AN'LINES Tax Collector J. Roberts receivedthe For ., ,.403 I quired, or to count HP t' I
al'log' The next day he was noti- Campaign to Be InvestigatedMcCarren highest vote k anyone on the Against .' .' .167 I Class No: 2.-Saddle Horse: To be II

fiPd that at noon the offending Japan- ticket,. and is'the leader with, 996 To Increase Salaries Supreme Court .judged by their conformation, quality, ; "
ffi' officer, with his father, mother,r Replies to Charges. i votes. Treasurer J. Ed Williams Justices: ,manners, action and gaits. ; f'
,ist<;rs and brothers, grandmother, came next with a vote of 973, Tax As- For % I Class No- 3.Ladies' Turnouts: f
wife and wife's sister, would presentlemsehes I sessor Richards following with 962.' Against .. .. ..121 Single horse trap phaeton buggy or i.
! on board the American .By Associated Press. throw the apparent pluralities of the and Supreme Court Justice Parkhill To. Fix Salaries of Judges of Criminal:runabout. To be driven by lady unaccompanied 'C ; I I,
York, Nov. 9.-The Democraticstate J
tag ship with orders to disembowel Democratic candidates from lieutenant COMMERCE COMMIS. with 948 Court: by gentleman. Horse to
themselves in the presence of the committee'met to-day and reso- down. J. B Roberts led all the county com- For % I count 50 percent; vehicle and har-
commodore and his officers, as a satisfaction luted to investigate _the ,conduct of governor tt SION MAY BEGIN AN IN. the largest Against .' 118To ness .
I missioners, receiving 25 pet cent driving ability, 25
State Senator McCarren and tneKing's McCarren, replying to the charges, "
for insult offered the Escambla Court of
the vote 93G. :M O Baggett head Establish cen"Class .
=Democratic Buffalo VESTIGATION. per
of the -
county organization denied kmang the ticket ,
American. Of course the American ed the legislative ticket with 883. Record: No: 4-Ponies Other Than I'
commodore would nothing of during the campaign It was alleged convention. He said he regarded For .: '
permit membersof
Anderson the
and \Vm t Shetland in Harness: To be driven
that :McCarren: and his, ,followers Hearst as a bolter instead of himself. .. ...
ie kind, and this refusal cost the knifed Hearst. resolution for in-'I the school board with 913. A num- Against .. 93 by boy or girl not over sixteen years
Associated Press.
McCarren offered a By
f.I' lure of his ''expedition as it gave The committee"'also1, resolved to de- vestigating all counties where nearst' Washington. Nov. 9.-A general investigation ber of names were written on the Relative to Amending. Constitution: of age, pony alone to be considered. -
ae Japs. such a poor impression of were not candi- For ,. .. .264 '
ballot where parties : To be judged by conformation, quality
. cf the Harriman'
he power and digiity of the United fend any Republican,.attempt! to over- ran behind. This was defeated 'of railroads is 1 being discussed system by the dates for the legislature, but these I Against. .. .. .. .. .. .. 99 i I I manners, action gait and general '
government they J adaptability.
Interstate Commerce Commission,
!Jddle! to leave at once without the which body, it is believed, is commit- Class No. 5.-Fanciest Light Harness -

iip! recked American sailors. Nine ,Killed, and Many InjuredBy ted to such inquiry. A member of the Mare: To be shown to any four- ) I

Glynn Successful.The commission said tonight: \\e are AMBUSHED U FOURTEXSRANGERS KING G [EDARDSBIRTHDAY wheel rig. Judges to consider style
next expedition was under the informed that some features of this action, manners, gait, and beauty of
command! of an officer of different Collapse of Hotel Building, system are not unlike the Northern form. >

il'ter' from Biddle. Captain Glynn, Securities merger, which was dis- Class No 6.-Pair In Harness:

who commanded, was a rough and solved through the interposition of I Pair of mares or geldings or mare or

ready sailor, with but little diplomacy By Associated' Press. !men were scattered through,the, structure the attorney generaL"LOOKING I ISOBSERIED gelding, to be shown to appropriate
about him, but possessed of a great Long Beach CaL, *OT..9> With no i when it fell and nearly one hun- I H trap, sunny or victoria. Driver must

teal of determination. As he ap- warning save/the.,cries "at 'workmenwho t dred of these were carried down. in be accompanied by ladies Horses to ,
Preached the harbor of Nagasaki he the debris. FOR i count 75 per cent, general appoint .
'as met by a number of Japaneseoats first felt the floors sag beneath I Five bodies have been taken out ments, 25 per cent

: the foremost holding out to the their feet, five',stories of the central and one of the injured has died at tae [U Class No Shetland Ponies IB
American vessel a parchment, on the wing of the new three quarter of a I hospital ihree other bodies have ALFRED MAURY: Who Proceeded to Clean Out [ Single Harness; To be shown to ap- ,

end of a long reed. Captain Glynn million dollar Bixby hotel collapsedthis been located making nine .dead. i propriate vehicle and driven \v boyor
took the parchment and without look- afternoon. carrying' nine men to Thirteen men are unaccounted for and Mexican Assassins in girl not over fourteen years of age. '

as am, contemptuously tossed it into I death in tons of tangled wreckage nine are injured at the hospitals. Class No 8.-Lady Rider Judgesto

'hf ><'i At this a number of About one hundred and fifty work- I None of the injured will die., FOR WHOM THERE IS A REWARD I II True Western Style.By British Flags Were Flying, consider style, ease and ability of i
''se officers plunged into the I I rider. is

::0 rescue the sacred writing. Japan-l OF ABOUT $1,000 OFFERED f Class No Combination Horse: l

lashed, on to an anchorage, Associated Press. and Counsel Received Must be driven and then ridden. To
tot suiting him proceeded William Jennings Bryan I BY GOVERNMENT. Loredo, Te kas,, Ndv. 9.-Four ',,'exa's be judged by conformation, style

the ba' in search of another. At this rangers sent to Rio Grande City to Callers. I gaits and general adaptability to two
'he laps wildly, the interPreter quell turbulent political conditions :
; protested Gives Views Election purposes v*M't
! shouting out: "Go no furder, ; :, on Inspector O'Leary, of the immigration there and investigate the assassinationof t Class No. 10.-Model Horse: Best f

rD no furder1'! To this Glynn tartly I department, stationed at this. District Judge U lch which oc-I The birthday of King Edward VII, Ilta11ion. mare or gelding to be shown tI '
J election
replied: -Stranger, Ill go just where I, port, Is on the lookout for a man curred the night before' the which occurred yesterday jas celebrated to bridle. To be judged: by their Individuality f
I By' Associated Press.I .- vote of the Empire State. Mr. Bryan i who is badly ambushed by a body of armed I
please. I named Alfred :Maury, were
to speak to
and I do not mean appropriately by ,the subjects quality and trueness
to a ,;ingle person of less rank than I Lincoln, Neb. Nov. So-Commenting) election says the president's personal attackon wanted by the officials 01 the government i Mexicans between rcrdyce and Rio t''in this port. The Sag at the British type shown. i-
a prince, and thenailed upon the result of Tuesday's, in bad taste and I ,. and for whom the inspector believes Grande City late ,last night Colts Two I
or a governor, le satisfaction }Iear3; was very 'vice-consulate was kept flying Class No 11- Not Over
W. J. Bryan gets cons era in
on until! he found an anchorage I in viewing the-6utcome from insists that the attack did not favor t a reward of about, 11,000 has I The rangers were asleep volley of camp shots throughout the day. and the British Years Old: Colts raised in Eacambfa
that suited his notions of comfortand I, been offered. when awakened by a gaily decorated I to be shown to halter. Special
He regrets ably impress the public. Particularly battle ships in port were county
I a raUc'.staudpGinL.. I A pitched
safett the Democratic heart The man has violated the from the darkness. with flags of all nations. silver cup by Pensacola Journal.
the defeat of Hearst in New- York J gratifying to the attacking party; I
Shown All Honor. but cannot see wherein President Mr. Bryan says, is the return of MIs-I tlon laws in several Immigra-I ensued and four of fatally wounded and i At 'the consulate the day was observed Parade-Parade of all prizewinninghorses
The next! ; day the governor called, I Roosevelt can' find any comfort in the t'souri to the fold.ICUIS"OLr1. shrewd work, ana although were kllledfi: one The escaped I as a holiday, the office being on the grounds.
and! to show him all honor, the American cers have been close ,upon two captured mangers closed for business but during the Class No. 1. '

: commander opened a case of he has always successfully eluded unhurt. v\V V. ordered a(1,day there were several visitors at the lu class number one the following
Lanham to-day
r1 niraigne. The interpreter Informed them. Governor consulate who were hospitably received entries were made Gold Range owned -
bun! that the prince never drank. SHARP REBUKE: CASEIS He was last heard of In New Orleans company of cavalry to'Starr carrying county( by Mr. Donnelly, the vlceconeuL ,- and driven by T. E. WeDe I
' is
H<> i is! with me now and mustdrink 1 recently and the immigration and a special train now \ Stormy, owned by T E. Welles and I
was the reply, and drink he BY TRIAL 'JUDGE department thinks it possible that lie the troops there on a fast run. t driven by Key Campbell Sandy
NOW ON TRIALBy situation in Starr county was k
Id!! Captain Glynn then informed I may come to Pensacola and endeavorto I The election Irrgularl- Sam. owned by Wiley Williams_ and
Um ,_- :- out of the country on one of brought about by Jr. The
that he had come for the Ameri- get club supplying FAVROT CLAIMSJUSTIFICATION driven by Geo. W Turton

as sailors then held in slavery, and Dothan, Ala., Nov. 9-At the con- the foreign vessels. ties due to residents a political with poll tax re- Judge, owned and driven by James t

at he did not intend to depart with- elusion to-day of' the' trial ofm. Associated Press. Mexican Insisting that they be allowed M. Johnson. Dandy owned and
or them, and that he should sail in Crockett, white, charged with the EDUCATIONALCONFERENCE ceipts and driven by John G Wood. Eastwoodthe
roar Nov. 9.-The trial of to vote.
three days. The governor protested murder of Lain Henderson, A negro Birmingham, trouble was reported tonight ( veteran race horse of Pensacola.
further .
t that it would take forty days Judge Pearce In .dismissing the Jury Alexander R. Chisolm former paying No game as a colt of two Mays, but aged j !

to send to Yeddo and get an order for declared it r had acquitted ,Crockett teller of the First National Bank By Associated Press. I twenty years) formerly owned b] '

the release of the sailors, but Capt. I because he was. white and had killed charged with embezzling various Nashville, Senn. Nov 9.-The next I STEAMER ASHOREIN Baton Rouge By Associated La. Press.Nov. 9.-Con M H Sullivan now owned by Hon I J
EducationalConference *
wnn sternly announced that they : conclusion! the judge meeting of the Southern John E. Stlllman. driven by Lieutenant ; E
a negroII I grec-.sm3n-Elect Parrot,_through his attorneys [
IliU 1 sums, was begun to-day. After the Robert C. ST. LAWRENCE I. '''
be on board of 'hIs vessel by said: "If the 'dead man had been a of which O?-i gives as a reason for killing John Bryan.
wan of the third day, or he would white citizen it wouWnt have taken preliminaries were completed ttfe den. of New York. Is president will, Dr. Aldrich that Aldrich persistently The judges in this class were J ,

10 IUlJard the city He'said this with you two hours to return, a verdict of court adjourned until tomorrow.The be held in Nashville next ApriL This j Montreal 3v, Nov.Associated- 9.-The Press.Dominion circulated rc u-rs of such a character I Clark Porter. Buckner Chiller and 1
today at S. R Mallory Kennedy.
reached Dr
much spirit that it Impressed guilty and I-dotft 'see' how'' any mem- case against K G. Smith the decision was II Athenia, outward bound that Favrot m: forced to act. They iGoldRange
Dicerman steamer i if
: tf' Dr. Line von firSt honor-the
on the governor, and some Trom the court broker with whom Chisolm is alleged meeting attended will
leir ber of the Jury can go and other with a general cargo and passengers, say that com sate justification bel I .
before the allotted time elapsed fellow ,citizens in to have speculated with the money secretary of the conference. triaL ,
house ta face his educators. '>! I is ashore twenty miles above Quebec. shown at uie.... (Continued: on Second PaileTIEWEATHER ) 1
embezzled, was set for November 13. prominent ,
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and who has passed avery

strenous life, foundat
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blue ribbon-Stormy second and San- the age of 76 some

dy Sam of the old time
third.Class vigor
i No. 2.
WEAR XTRAG00D CLOTHESTHE In class number two the following and energy lacking. She

and were ridden the entries by : Buckner Sweetheart 3 ,Chipley owned felt that she needed

Sandy Sam. owned by Wiey4WBAamsand : something, to give her
ridden by Geo. W. Turton Jr.
and Dave owned by C as. W Mer- ; strength in her declining

ritt and ridden by A. E. Hinman.In .
I KIND I this class Dave was awarded years. For over a year

first prize and Sandy Sam second she he has used Duffy's
by the following Judges: John E.
I Stillman, F. C. Brent Jr., and Dr. S. Pure Malt Whiskey as a

R. ilallory Kennedy. {;'':.y<:t.x'? tonic-medicine and has
Class No. 3.
tf In class three but one entry was % % found in it the
very thing
WEJELLElegant made-Gum Drop-driven by Miss L..f+.3? : :: y,.xr9 : ,. i Adelle H. Chaffee accompanied by needed for one at her
f fr + Miss Lizzie McGaughey. It would
have been though had xf-, : ... / time of life.
t4 impossible :: : .::::: 1. I there been a dozen entries for an- She writes the following
; t other horse than 'Gum Drop" to

e have won, with such a horsewoman as and cordially recommends
Miss Chaffee. such a charming riding
companion such a trap and such a Duffy's Pure Malt

stylish Intelligent magnificent animalas ;::; Whiskey to both young
: Gum Drop.
rF Gum Drop won. The judges were: and old :

F. C. Brent. Jr, -J.' Clark Porter and "I would say that I am now u' try $tYooer.
Ma a Line of Lieut J. L Bryan: ; .* -sixth yeas. Have also ? LTS: ai

: iB Class No. 4. active life. About a year c--- t -3 ,...
E r f);vi t ; In class four, the entries were: bgDUFFY PURE MAIWu{ ;;;:iry
Dixie: Land, owned and driven by Billie and I
Itn as a restorative, can tesro: ttC- .
n Dick Turner accompanied by mend it as a valuable --, ,_
very r : Kitten Merritt Prince, owned and ir
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Patterns % young and old. Mis. E.SA sziss t
driven by Ruth A. Welles accompanied ,'
.. by Lola Lee Daniell and 511.5. SLIZA SCSEIW. 75 YSAts OLD May 6, 06Duffy's r
I Midget owned and driven by Ade- T
n; laide Garfield :accompanied. by JackA. ) Pure Malt
& ..w M rritt WhkyIf
4 So evenly matched were all of the
r 'Ff Newest and entries in this class- -the small
.f horses of the little folk that it was you wish to keep strong;and vigorous and have on your cheeks;: the flow of perfect
\ Vr health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey regularlyaccordiagtoditectioasa.dtake no u 1 E
impossible for the large aggregationof other medicine. It to fill your system wits <*mgs, they poison tie heart
is'e U
big Judges to discriminate in the depress the heart Pure Malt Whisker tones and strengthens the
I action and purifies the entire system It is the only whiskey that is recognized: as a medicine t .
selection of a winner of the first Pure Malt, Whiskey has '
'and: contains no fuel oft. This is a guara tee. Daffy's '
I / d prize therefore, after careful consid-- stood severe tests for fifty years and has always bees band absolutely'pure and to coo- \ tid
!I ri 1 NODLJIOSI t eration and due deliberation it was tain great medicinal properties. Cv ;
decided that each entry was entitledto : ;
s a first prize-a blue ribbon-In the f3'h "'
) Z following order: Midget Dixie Land -
and Prince. The following were the only absolutely pure medicinal whiskey and is sold ,only in T

3 f9 judges: Hon. John E. Stillman J. in bulk. Look for the trade-mark the
\ ooLX2Qi Styles I Clark Porter Buckner Chipley. Dr. sealed bottles-never ,
I' '
: t S. R. Mallory Kennedy F. C. Brent 'I. Old Chemist," on the label and make sure the, seal over the ,
$ Jr., and Lieut, J. L Bryans and their
cork is unbroken. Frice $1.00. Medical booklet and doaor'sadvice
g judgement was rendered. without a
Prices from $3.50 to $9. Our $5 and $6' Suits are ex- 9 dissenting opinion.Class No. 5. free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y. M p" A.rOf.

cellent. If your boy needs a Suit, come and look at our: l ne. The entrl a'in';class five were as N. COLORING DISTRIBUTER.
follows: Flossie, by T. E. Welles,
, t We can please you. Sweetheart by Newman Goldring T -

, The judges in this class 'were A. E. some 19,000,000; people, for the increased
Hinman Buckner; Chipley and NOTICE ,protection of savages against I DEPOSITORY FOR WILLS.
i Watson Parker & Reese Dr. S R. Mallory- Kennedy and their intoxicating liquors' and opium The u
J unanimous opinioa was that Flossie The Woolley Sanatorium the only Institute petition was presented to the delegates Brooklyn Surrogate Says Safe Mare
an exquisitely graceful little pacer in the United States where the of the European Powers represented I Should Be Provided For Them.
"Everything to Wear." should be awarded first prize and Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits at the conference. It requeststhe Surrogate James C. Church of Brook,
Goldring's veteran,. Sweetheart can be cured without exposure and conference to .recognize as the lyn In refusing to admit to probate tb
WflWWflWCTTWWflWflWfeNEW sheuld receive Jthe red badge of with so much ease for the patient. Only goal to be reached as, speedily as will of. David Halstead suggested re
.. -. second place. : / 30!>> days'time required. Describe practicable the prohibition of.tbe. cently- jrablic or private depos"n.for
CIaNo. your case and I will write you an "
::6.. selling of intoxicating liquors and. wills the New York Times.
I The entries ill/) class six were: opinion as to what I can accomplish to all says
I: opium abroginal races. It is
admitted at Foreign Office here He said there should be some place
. NEW .YORK Brandy and Soda owned by John you. Ask your' family physician I understood here that the petition was
and it is
\ NAVAL STATION i recognized that France must I HORSE.SHOW GWood and driven by Miss Ruth to investigate. Dr. B. M. Woo Bey, 104 drawn up at the suggestion of President designated where they could be safely
: defend herself against armed .
I aggression Barrett of Baltimore accompaniedby N. Pryor Street. Atlanta. Ga. Roosevelt. kept until the death of the testator ,
i but it is hoped that by the exercise !!r. Halstead's will which had beea K'
Copenhagen. NOT. 9.-The Russian New-York, Nov. 9.-So far no great Miss Katharine Avery. Dave and
plan of constructing a naval stationat i great forbearance a conflict titled personage is expected at the Belle owned by W. K. Robinson, and In existence several years prior to hIt
be .
avoided.LIGHT well Ailment
may matched
perfectly gaited well
Alexandrovsk on the Marman coming Horse Show' at Madison driven by Eugene Reese. accom death was destroyed and never offered
trained of horses rm worried 'bout dolly
pair ;
of the Arctic Is attractinga panted by Miss White and the competing and my for As both witnesses to tie
coast seas HOUSE Square Garden,' and plans thus far Olga. Brandy and Soda I'm afraid she Isn't well.. probate.
were awarded
good deal of attention in Norway. BREADnone show little change' in the personnelof Misses Cawthon. first But exactly what the document are now dead Surrogate
Great energy Is being displayed by genuine without the the occupants of the boxes. Gladys and Louise owned and and class Gladys six.and Louise second placein It's very hard to tell. Church found that there was not soft
Russia in pushing forward the works The J. Henry Smiths are among driven by C. H, ,Turner accompaniedby dent evidence of its execution, and refused
I I at Alexandrovsk. despite the difficul- label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- those who will keep Interest from Mrs. Turner, Mrs. R. H. Turner The Judges were: John E. Stlllman, She hant't any appetite to admit it to probate.
A. E., F. C. Jr. She never eat a thing. ci'N
Hinman Brent Dr.
ties of her internal affairs and it is
being centered entirely in the ring. Jr., and Miss Fan Turner.
ery. No matter what a feast you spread
S. R. and Lieut
Mallory Kennedy J.
stated that in less than a year the
I The Alfred G. Vanderbllts will keep Blackboy and Stormy owned and Or tempting dainty bring.
Kitehea Sash CurtalneAttractive
new station will afford accommodation ROSEBEN FOR A their corner box on the north side. driven by T. E. Welles accompaniedby L Bryans.Four isvi
for live large warships. In order Following along will be,the Forsythe his daughter little Miss Ruth. Pacers on Track.In And. then it's very curious Inexpensive sash curtain
to facilitate communication between I STEEPLECHASERNew Wickeses the Elbridge T. Gerrys, the Had there been five or even six en- classes seven,eight nine and ten Why day and night and an for the kitchen may be made of scrim viat
St. Petersburg and Alexan- Gilberts and the Loews and the Phila- tries in this class-the fifth and sixth there were no entries but,a most en- She'a1t8 And to and sleep tares she'll before never her fall or even chees'ecloth. either tbe pure
drank a railway is being built via I York, J ov. 9.-But one more delphia crowd including Mrs. Joe such magnificent specimens of horse tertaining "fill in" was supplied by white or the soft mellow tint which atci
Kola Kondalaks and along the southwestern I season on the fiat and possibly not Widener and Mrs. Moore Robinson.The flesh as Brandy' and Soda and the Captain Welles who placed his four Unless I take her In my arms Is just OM remove from biscuit color ciC
shore of the White Sea from !. that and then the mighty king of Reginald Vanderbilts and the traps which they draw as perfectly pacers on the track for an exhibition Or lay her on her bed one way and Just one from white the
I{ the new naval station to the Russian sprints, Roseben,, Is. to be. pointed Aurel Batonyis who are exhibitingthis adapted to the animals which drew With her toe so high she's nearly other way says the Chicago Chronicle.
> capital. A good deal. of work has al- i i for the annual cross-country champion -, week at the Chicago Horse Show them-had there been five or even mile.The horses entered in this event Standing straight upon her kead.I Lay hems along the front and bottom

,< ready been done. In the spring a stakes, His owner Davy John will also have boxes. six entries as this class with such i were as follows: John A. driven by -think ni tell the doctor an Inch to two inches wide and hemstitch St
large staff of workmen will arrive at i son, ,having, subjugated'the sprinting Both the Alfred and Reginald Van- skilled boreswoman as Miss Barrett his trainer John Morton; Billy A.. Like my mamma does for me. taking tom
i Alexandrovsk to begin'the building of world now, longs for honors among derbilts are becoming more and more proved herself to be, in driving these I driven by Dr. A. E. Rettinger; Jim rm getting very anxious in a very open way I
.. :1 workshops and arsenals at that place the steephechasers, and plans to use absorbed in stock raising and fanning animals there should possibly have Crow driven by Captain Welles and And I'd like for him to M* enough threads in a stitch to make the

Roseben as tne medium. Both have:increased the area of their been some question as to the decisionof Geraldine; driven by Key CampbelL If he hasn't cot a medicine drawn part quite open. Ilemstltctlr I. h:
PREACHING A HOLY WAR I Roseben has all the necessary qualifications -I Newport farms and extensive im the judges; but there were but John A., finished third and Ger- To make my dolly STOW In color adds to the effectiveness and top
AGAINST THE FRENCH of a great steeplechaserspeed provements have been made and they four entries in this class and but aldine fourth in this exhibition contest As strong: and plump and hearty If the work is done in wash silk or

Algeria Nov. 9.-General LJautey and ability to carry weight.,. propose to continue the good work un- one such driver as Miss Barrett bpt yet the least knowing and most As her mother is you know. cotton the curtains may be washed or
commanding the Aln Sefra division Racing: between, Jumps merely consists I til the Oakland and* Sandy Point one such stylish rig but one such superficial horseman could easily see -Vary.E._ Ito_\Beraardl Is -ytnm CKf8Ur. repeatedly without any particular eil't.I .
.i Algeria has reported to the war office of a succession of short sprints],farms will be the finest farm homes that in John A., and Geraldine Captain itor
that Muley Abu a cousin of the and any horse that can carry weight in America. Welles has a pair of pacers
Sultan of Morocco is preaching a and has speed can more than earn which if not already are destined to ora
boly war against the French. He has his livelihood between the flags. I HIPPODROME be the peers of any horses of their
succeeded in settling local quarrelsand I I Of course he must be able to jump, TAMPA FAIR SEE THE TRADEMARKB gait in the world.In LAfHlDTOP 7,
in recruiting a force in all the but as horses that are nimble on their class eleven-colts not over r,
southern region as far as the Atlantic feet usually Jump well Roseben Tampa Nov. 9.-F. M. Barnes, man --. two years old. raised in Escambia "
and is establishing ,a base of operations should take to that part of the game ager of the White City Chicago's county for The Journal's silver cup
at Wady Ghir. easily and become an adept after a wold-famous amusement resort arrived f there were five entries as follows: tiof
The seriousness of the situation Is little schooling. in Tampa last week and at once Country Girl by Louis Boley; Maggie ] Y

.., began to make preparations for' the Hal by John Johnson; Baby by Chas. ofI'
;, appearance of the great City Hippodrome Ryan; a'colt by Mr. Bromeley and a I'P

r at the state fair.) This attrac colt by Mr. Peterson. I '
AHATTEROFHULTHPOWDER lion which will cost the fair associa- Country' Girl by the unanimous r
tion $20,000 for two weeks will appear verdict of the judges won first place plat
only in Tampa never having -The Journal's cup-Maggie Hal atd
been South before. "My firm" said second and Baby third.A .
:Mr. Barnes "supplies tne state fairs. most entertaining exhibition was asa
of the west with practically all of given by the educated horse Ben t
aP their attractions. In all my exper. owned by N. C. McMillan, trained by t

l fence, however my firm has never Col. Geo. Martin. I '
'. "
known another state fair to contractfor The only thing that occurred duringthe .. c>f ::4.4--" d
afternoon to mar the pleasure of '
a single attraction as costly and -
: : magnificent as the White City Hippodrome Ir the large, crowd which attended the a I 10\ I
S : Having leased the Hippodrome show was the manner in which! the (& 4 I
.. ?AI : to the Florida State Fair Association street cars were detained at the .J1
\ .- for a certain cum for two : park. The management of the show -+j ;
'. t.. ." weeks I have no financial interest at filtered I had every assurance from the management j
: L "'0'" .. stake and therefore my opinion Is not C.8.Tu.once I. of the street car company
: : biased. A show the.equal of the Hip- It Stands for the Finest that ample a accommodation would be Mellow:, in flavor. Aged for years in charred l

,.1,' i;(I ,J; podrome to oe put on,during the fair .' I.provided for the crowd attending the casUs,.in warehouses flooded with sunshine. f I
!l has never been equalled in any statein I show. This agreement was, kept but
the south or elsew \re. In view Cocoa In the World f several of the cars were held at the Best Northern.Rye always selected by a member 1' e
of the great expense I do not see how park for a period exceeding a quar- of the ;Jirra.: ,
the fair association can realize ter of an hour after they had been 1
-"K anything Purest
MG"f 'water I 1
Made scientific Wending from
from the production. They tell by, a : really overloaded. + wells sunk hundreds_of feet

: : II me they are not in the business for of the best Cocoa beans grownin into solid..limestone.
the purpose of making money. Their the result of TO, PROTECT THE Goes jo the!! : heart not to the head.
I contract with me, which 1 never once the tropics- AFRICAN SAVAGESBrussels. ? !
4 i thought would be made, apparently j jt. I
126 of successful \
the truth of this statementThe years en Make the i ball of IJ
L I proves Nor. 9.-Although the next_ high ( t
people of Florida should appreciate deavor.A United States Is not interested in the t
Absolutely) Pure : I their liberality"CANADIAN I African spirit question, it is worthyof I c
PERFECT FOOD notice to record the presence in RED. TOP RYE 'WfflSKEY e

Powder II TICKET JJJ Highest Awards la Brussels in connection with the conference -
A Cream, Tartar ,
,r AGENTS IN MOBILE I nrO Europe and America.A I I for the revision of the spirit r1 t
free from alum or phos- : :: :trade in Africa of Mr. Wilbar Crafts "It's up to you"FERDINAND f
'1" new and handsomely mus- I. superintendent of the International
phatic acid ; I Mobile. Nov. 9.-Two hundred and Book seat free.
forty three members of the Canadian Reform Bureau of Washington. That
k'4 Ticket Agents' Association including WALTER BAKER & co. Ltd. gentleman has come here as bearerof : WEST HEIMER. SONS rI 11 j i

.. ,:' HAS NO SUBSTITUTE [guests and ladies arrived here to-day a monster petition signed by &86 Clacbu: sattf 0. x.o.t..lU.. H>. St. Joavpb. Mr I I
and will remain _until unday, when DORCHESTER philanthropic and commercial bodiesof
,they leave for New Orleans. the United States, representing ".


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She I, Contractor. '., .':Pleaded. Three' \Persons::'Are Indicted ; : It contains wholesome aromatic: liquids which are I -

1. I It is pure. : agreeable and refreshing to the taste. i
ded G iltytoCfuge .: : ;: : .
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laying i ;the Mails..: After Inv tti0 kis : 1
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Once Hats were hawked, en .the J. M. Tngglet!,'.,Ihe, ooniractor"fqrcarrying -- .,. .-' US'l._. 'pI ". _. I t
fy'sLSa strefs Shoes made by a traveling $btf ',United,States mail" be -- ris not expensive : Its value is due to our, method-'of manufacture' f I

shoe carpenter,Gloves and Clothing tween Cbfrtey,-and':;:Su Andrews, .was;'; The United Slates grand JUT, after I 'I ..' I,'_... ;- and: to t
indicted, pleaded: in, It Is : ',. originality and simplicity the ', :
acre made to order-but that's an- gmlty and fined being in sess.on:: : 'an day returned jI good for children.: : : .
has the United $tates"ourt yesterday,fo. combination.To "- -, I, I
three indictments night j
last about 6 :
tent! history. wilfully delayillA'.the.m It is I
: entrusted xceilent for ladies. .. 1
o clock. and then adjo irsed until this
Ingher the size, style and kind of fitet to his care another for,delivery' from' one .of"morning 'ihe Indictments' were 1.1 .: I It is convenient for' business. .. '' *'- get its beneficial effectS-buy the genuine. \ :! I.J

want is in cases which had been undsr investl men., -. !I
our glass
hat you case Tuples is tbe m !f"A'ho'was traced. 1

waiting for your head and eveytmng lown by The:Journal Some months- I gation follows*during:. ,the. y '.da'. :. ,, 'and. were as 2 It is perfectly safe under circumstances. Manufactured by-. I 'I : :

e'se ;you wear l is waiting for past subscribers- St. Andrews sent ',John Hawkins. ,:'alia.,5. J.:,W. Hawkins : r i
to the office It is used millions of f
; by families the
numerous and. almost world
wttln- j for : v- over. l
yoj\ rere.Avofldae In daily receiving complaints!their.regarding.'papers. .,An the inves-delay f' .Henry' H, Edwards' ". :Illicit: distill- It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. @FQRNIAIRISass SYRVP (

!: Hats ........5200 eachStandard Ua10n; ,by The.. Journal was;started ing." ., \ ,;, ; : o ,,111
J. M.. f1 U'
altmg Tusl4 : *
totJ\lentionaUY.: I If
Hats$3.00.each and it was found that. the papers for you use it you have the best .laxative the

Youman Hats .........$300 eachPTANDARDfLOTHINGfO. St. .Andrews always reached -Chipl r,.I States majl'malls} .ng, _ie United II'II'I Francisco. Cal.IxroUville .
;.. : world
and that the ? ; produces.
I l-<'int-and St.delay Andrews was.between that. ,The latter: entered !L plea of guilty ; I Ky. New Yorb, Jj. Y. h'.; t
, and as he hadeifa1ready uned $25 I'
ley.J rurally one of The -Journal representatives :- FOB BY ALL LEADING
by the postolcF: fiepartt ent and be II i p1 7
started from, Peusacola\ on
) ing an aged man Unload and broken

.1 CEYcom.US-: JTBIE! SEN BUILDING tJ.... I the sent satisting, same out train.from himself with the( that.,.local the they papers office.had,;*been first He-health of'only, ,n.egrand'u.rYa.lsof: S\'ay1l'e''imposed U5.I-:' : f' reported. a upon fine t.-: : );!..,.,. ;, ....;..,.. .'=... ";' \. :., : :;..:.: :.:=- _;:::: :. "Ill.f

saw the .
papers. safely5 ,In ,the pouch ) ofat I "'""''''' '" ."
e for at cases \ >gsd illicit distilling :
Cflipley and then went to St7An- .' t
-&W- drew When he brought to : ;.attention, but couldfind'
reached there The'

papers. had n arrived: -h.>.< 'no true bijls'in:''Heard.JThe these .cases." '............................................................ ...............L.............. .................. ..........
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TOP NOTCH CLOTHINGLOW the He route'immediately and found started at'the back'stable over-:ol :suit of, the",Portland. Chemical i I
1.Company vs. 'Edwin R' Blodgett, for INSTITUTED ATROIMS1TI
rious Tuggles classes.several, This sacks was of reported mail of"and va:, the foreclosure. the purchase money d;

lien :upon a large tract of phosphateland
an investigation made b'y the post1office r.m AMUSEMENTS II
l'nreachable'! in competition : authorities. which .revealed. the In Levy county,;'was heard during
the"day by the court.. Horatio Bisbee

th t -Celebrated::)0 hand-tailored"Highest"b suits, for fact tion the of that the mail it mail was'contractor when not'an he to unusual could leave secure a thing"por. of plaintiff Jacksonville' and Maxwell'.,. appeared" &. Reeves for the for NEW I. o. O.0 F. THE ISLAND f

three .
the and
defendant, ; ; witnesseswere .v. 'Y i
a passenger for his vehicle.He .
:; !. all worth $18, next ten heard.' These were Warren
-'was fined $25 by the postoffi.Qe .Blodgett Ld n'E. : : blodgett and
-\\ilNell& for $15. department. and arrested by the fea-
\ thorities. Yesterday Judge Swayne chemist SharpeIS Thecase: ,.t, e.:,latter was an not expert con- -

imposed an additional fine oC ,$25, ,
' eluded but et for final hearing .
'St The M. & O. Clothing Store, stating at the same time that he,had & I
Novembeg26 All of the Continued One)
pn par- ( From Page '
intended making the, penalty $50.; but -ties to the ";lntgatiOR'are of Boston.About : 45 I \ J
} 321 and 323 S. Palafox. as $25 had' already been taken dutvofhis ; $$70wO is,:involved.ATTEMPTED : : Over Fifty"Local Odd Fel- they were in the hands of the doughty t .
pay by the postoffice departmenthe American Captain :
would reduce the fine that much! ? Perry's Expedition. '
ASSAULT ON lows Went to GonzalezFor 7
SCARRITT :MORENO.SAFES In 1852 not long before the closeof
: for Oiebc Safe and Lock Co., Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qulnlno'Tab This Purpose more decided to make an attempt to -
lanTon.: Ohio. lets. Druggists refund money if It Tails Parties reaching the city last night : .
Office and S'!lcs'Om-.zo: E. Gov. St. to cure; E. W GROVE signature. is on from the naval. reservation stated that break the Japanese exclusiveness, and
each box. 2&<,." Last Night.A prepared a large naval expedition under
there was some excitement there
the command of Commodore M.
SOMETHING NEW !, among the colored population over an
WON BALLOON C. The commodore bore authority -
: Perry. -
LS. (t '.1iI1e1! Ee 3i3jFss! 25 and 30c per psi* PURSUIT RACEBy alleged,'colored assault, upon made Adelle by Tolliver Elijah Turner colored : special train bearing over fifty] to conclude a treaty and a J

W. A. GahJenbeck, 21? S Pala'fll! SL about 11 years-of age. members from the local lodges of Odd letter from the president to the emperor -
:-, of Japan inclosed in a very
Place The alleged crime occurred in the Fellows left the city last night shortly j i
m. Associated Press. '_ i costly box of solid gold. and a number -
COTTRELL, North Adams Mass., Nov. 9.- afternoon and when the marines e 4 after 7 clock for Gonzalez:; Fla, I j of valuable and curious' presents I
Uroos- from the yard went to arrest the man 'I <
Courtlandt Fi2ld Bishop; President of where a new' lodge was instituted It was not until 1S53 that the expedition
Persacola. ''a. he had taken the
te the : to woods. .
the Aero Club of 'k- reached Japan and delivered
ed re- America won the ,, sny-.e -,-,t ., with appropriate ceremonies.The I'I
ElIycup in the balloon pursuit race ENTIRE FACULTYHAS 4 -. t-- -7 new lodge has a good member- [i the letter of the president. It then
'isltory.! ffClOGBVI-ERs TURTON & BELL. fcy: automobiles to-day arriving at the ship and recently authority to institute according to instructions sailed tc ;

rimea. place and also assisted In dragging the 'l :- being appointed deputy distric the lelter. In 1S&4 Ferry returned to j !
safelyor. balloon to the ground. The distancerun By Assocrated Press.. 7- : grand master and acting as institute the island, and after many delays and, I i
R. K. WHITE, I was' miles. The Jackson La.,. ?vov. 9.-Every member ing officer while the team work was much ceremony finally concluded a
I been IIctmrh! t.Euiactunns Jeweler.aid: Graduate wind being light, and shifty, the fcal of the 'faculty except Professor done by the' team of Pensacola lodge treaty of commerce and amity. This .
:5t I c:SP 3J: S. Pal ,
tO hIsffered _: Street Pensacvla. Fla. loon travelled slowly.MONROE Monccrief of Centenary College here No 4.The. was the first opening of the doors of ,

. resigned to-day as a result of the recent Odd Fellows returned to the Japan to the world i .

to the stabbing of President Miller by ; .- city this morning, at an early hour,I In the 70's there was a revolution .1 .I
rogatoBUm. Tersely Told LUMBER Moncrief. Two days ago the entire -' reporting a most pleasant trip. in Japan and the ruler peremptorily ..,
student body went home on this account : : ordered all foreigners to leave the f
J. A. Bryant, of Milton, was in the -e __ JELKS ADVISES country. To this the American minister
adreirtalni ch resterday CO. IN TROUBLEBy protested. and the Wyandotte '
BemKardt and Duma POLICYHOLDERSBy was sent to enforce the protest As I
J R. McLane of Ala.
Geneva. ,
a Sarah Berahardt had just been elected Scene in "Her Own Way' the American vessel neared the harbor .
prominent business man of that placeis .
a life member of the Comedle Fran-. I Associated Press. ; it was met by the Japanese navy m the city on a short business Ao33Ciated Press.. caLsa. When she found that she hada Montgomery Nov. 9.GovernorJelks fire was opened from the forts I'I'and !
Shreveport La., Nov. 9.On"petl.- has issued statement advising the shore. The Americans made
scrim : taper to sign she became nervous : "Her Own Way." the same Papa? the oracle is a on
pure 1'01 t Horatio Bisbee, a prominent tion of several creditors in involuntary and went to see the younger Dumaa The first scene of'"Her Own Way,' "Not all the time-she had a aSked.I'holders of policies in the Mutual and short work of the Jap navy, and then
which atOrtiy of Jacksonville. is in the bankruptcy proceedings -Federal Clyda Fitche's greatest play, that is ent Papa first I guess that Sew York Life Insurance Companiesto twice sailed back: and forth before the ,
to tell him that she shrank from the
C'I) on business connected with Die Judge Bearman to-day appointed .\M1 booked for Pensacola Monday mama and Aunt Georgy sort vote against the administrationticket forts delivering one broadside after r
colorte Dated States court. ham \\interof Shreveport,receiver for binding terms of the engagement Du- laid on the "Children's Play Room." \orced sisters. 1 ne production isj another, until the forts were silenced. I
the the :Monroe Lumber Monroe La.. ,nag' :advice was unhesitating "ily The made Jules Murry. Miss Sylvia I!
A birthday party is in progress. by
Prof. I. EL Allen has been confined .
Jnicle.ottom. one of the largest concerns of the dear child don't sign; your hair is too L nden plays the role of Georgiana.l -------- ---- ----------- ----- -- -- -----
children of Steve Carley are revellingin >
, :to his home for several days with a
kind in the south having a capital of curly. People with hair like thatT I -
hem- rere cold, but was in the city yes- one' million dollars. The petitioners and he pasted his fingers through his ice-cream and cake and other goodies TRAP SHOOTING
appropriate to a birthday feast l
*:dav morning one of the happiest allege that the is InsolventThe EVERY TABLE
ak1ng i"n fa the world because he said company own crisp waves-"ought never to sign i and between mouthfuls discuss in a RECORD BROKEN

ke: thetchlng Sheriff J. C. Van Pelt was going to contracts for life. The temperament typical childish way everything from
'are: turkey for dinner and had Inv WRONG DIAGNOSIS te too intractable." their aunties beaux to the left. over By Associated; Press.

). and ed him to dine. If you want tuncey. Sarah .Bernhardt however, signed, croquettes with which their repast. Alb: py Ga., >.ov. 9.-Snooting over '

ilk or ?rot Allen says,send for N. B_ Cook Prompt. the ,Use of Worthless Remedies 'nil, meeting Dumas again next day, has been'padded. traps at the Albany Gun Club this : (with rare exception) -

ashedcare. <* J. C. Van Pelt. confE'Ssedshe, had! done fco. "That's &U The relationship between tneir favorite afternoon Winchester squad estAblished -
, aunties and their mama was a a'Ilew worlds record for a .
; remarked Dumas cheerfully. !
Chief Clerk "Gad" Humphreys ,of Even an experienced, physician will right; "I hard puzzle and "because Aunt Geor team of five breaking four hundred at Harvard ..
'ie mailing department of the post sometimes make a' mistake in diagnosis have won COO francs ($100)). I bet giana had' a different mama." "And and ninety targets out of five bun .

?:!Ire has tendered his resignation in which event his entire treatment Mme. Dumas that. amount after yoJ I dred. The record is considered more 21 _
liich has hasn and be injurious left yesterday that you would at once I of the fact
been accepted. He is wasted may even --- I IIr'S remarkable on account and Yale .
n i in the office for about fifteenT to the patient go and sign the agreement Well I :; that a woman\ is a member of the i;\; L

I T and Postmaster Northup stated The advocates of all other hair restoratives shall buy you. something with .the YOUR KIDfE/S/ I team.SOUTHERN'. ,
'estenlay: that he regretted very save Herpicide have wrong- money." : carries
Don't Mistake the Cause of Your TroublesA
s uch to lose him as he was both l lJ::. diagnosed the .cause of Dandruff The next day [me. Bernhardt received Pensacola Citizen-Shows How COTTON :

steady and ,efficient, and Falling Hair' .> a magnificent wig of fair hair, to Cure Cure Them. COMPANY FORMED I

The Civil Service Commission an- They figure' on-a functional' disease. absolutely flat lank and straight Withit Many people never suspect their .
Jounces that an examination for the whereas*it is now known and generally came the following sentence on a kidneys. If suffering from a lame. By Associated Press. ,

Itlon of inspector of customs at accepted'that, hair,loss is due to slip of paper: "Now that you are really week of aching back-they think thatit Atlanta, Nov. 9.-After holding two:

Carrabelle> Fla.. will be held at the a parasitic gerra .whicJi,Newbro'sHerpicide one of the house wear this. You will is only a muscular weakness, executive sessions to-day it was stat GrapeNuts"There's

I tolfi"e in this city on Nov. 28. Ap-- destroys. need it" when urinary trouble sets in they ed that the members of the executive
iIatIon blanks and information relyhe There is no substitute for Herpi- think it will soon correct itself. And committee of the Southern Cotton As-

to the "examination salary. chic accept none., : so it is with all the:other symptomsof sedation took definite steps towardsthe

"Mies! etc.. can be obtained .bj' Fort' sale by W. A... D'Alemberte. The Weed, "CranW kidney disorders: That is just organization of the Southern Cotton I a Reason," experience proves.1st .
Addressing the secretary*-of the local :druggist and .apothecary 121 South Prank In the sense of an eccentric where the danger lies. You must CO, and that a charter was :

commission at the postoffice. Palafox street or' send. lOc. in stampsto person Is a new word. The very first!'; cure these troubles of they lead to adopted authorizing a capital of ten I This food is toothsome and delicious.
The Herpicide, Co,. 1J troit., .-.Mich. written instance crank In the' mod. diabetes or Bright's disease. The million dollars with tha privilege of i -

Po you want the best-then get .....- j ., '<" cm's< i:Se that "could be found for Dr.Inrrar's best remedy to n,,=" Is Doan's Kidney increasing it to one hundred million. 2nd. It is wonderfully easy ,of digestion the starchy part having bees '
.. i
Hue RiWxm Lemon'and Vanilla.:. Ab- 7 .h. predigested in the process of manufacture. -
) dictionary was in the reports.. Puls It cures all ills which are

jolutelv Blue Ribbon pure J go twice as far and the KQPf\kS of the trial: of Gmte-iJ. President Gar- I caused by weak cr diseased kidners.1 j' Spoiled \ut 3rd. Predigested Grape-Nuts supplies the body with carbo-hydrates Im y
Flavor" perfection.
.\ik for ; field rinrderrr. Gmtean's reference i Pensacola! people testify to permanent: wash: such form that the blood quickly assimilates and deposits these element tin
the 2sc size"Runyan'S 'i "No,' I won't let you help me
AND SUPPLIES. to somebody as a crank gave the worda cures.Mrs. Albert Pourtaless residing at the dishes," said the neat little house- the tissues all over the body There to lie dormant until exertion release
vogue that has gone on spreading i the kinetic energy. -
Rollers But the adjective cranky was known 4SO Government St. says "}lr. Pour keeper after luncheon. "When I took

>Get a Kodak and la 1787 taless has used Doan's Kidney Pills this fiat I determined never to let my That energy is there if Grape Nuts has been the food. '
as meaning sickly (tbe German'krsnk"
LIGHT HOUSE BREAD"none and values them very highly. He friends help with the dishes. You see
send stormpictures ), and to Dickens in the senses has suffered from irregular action of I have a lot of relatives whom I visit 4th. This food contains delicate particles of Phosphate of PotaA

genuine without the to your out- of-town of cross and crochety. In all its mean- the kidneys and dull aching pain'I': now and then. The moment I get there obtained In natural form from field grains. s

I label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- friends. Ings It springs from the root idea of across his loins and- in the ,email of; the cooS; leavesI never knew It to has
We have crookedness, as does crank in its sixteenth his back for The secretions This element thus highly specialized by Mother Nature a affinityfor I
years falL Then I : politely! 'Let me help ,
ery. caused him much say and will unite with albumen and water In the human body.
the famous*. century sense of a deceitful from his kidneys |!I wash the dishes.* Of course they t

trick, as in "quips and cranks. anoyance. When he .caught cold or.i you say, 'Oh, ao,' kit they end by lett!, weathe
KUBELIN ANGRYAT during changeable or stormy ? the saine. The result Is I: Nerve Cells all over the body. That keeps the '
EASTMANKODAK hIs back ached terribly. He tried all; me do It just
The History
but obtained Jiftle! spoils my Tisits.-Xew York Press. ,
THE CRITICS The entire history of Tacitus. as we hinds of remedies )
he saw Doans Kidney
benefit When
jjfenna.ov. 9.-Herr Jan Kube- ranging in prices have the work was regained from a Pills advertised, he procured them at la the Lamadrr. Thinker Healthy.Yale j

?!. famous violinist has writtenthe from$1.00 to $40.00. single copy found in the fifteenth century a drug store. They proved to be a If your wax has given out and the 1

will In a monastery of W stpballa.. very effective remedY. relieving the starch sticks to the Irons, try kerI( I and they are a
Prallue.newspapers; that he and Harvard men knowthese things "huiky
and ask
Come That should
tQf. us we owe the works of this trouble and the dull heavy little of the oil en ,a
Play in the urinary Put a "
Prague again, as sene. lot, both mentally and physically. 4 4'There's
"wcg haTe dismissed his recent con- about theirit' If you author to one copy is a remarkable circumstance aching In his back disappearing en. cloth and rub the hot Iron over It a I

this in a few lines. fetus for the Emperor Tacitus, tirely. He recommends Doan's Kit! few times. TMs will keep the starch a Reason" forGrape
The have ,onealready, who claimed to be highly to his friendsat I
\. reason for the estrangement a descendant of the ney Pills very from sticking and remove any dirt
'''wn Kubelik and Prague where furnish you with historian had copies of the history every opportunity. that have collected on the bottomor
t may
e great nolmibt must- .* placed In every library of the For sale by all dealers., Price 50
received his supplies. empire .Milburn Co.. Buffalo side of the irons, which often soils[ Nuts1
education and celebrated his first and each year had ten copies transcribed cents. Foster -
: It will also give :a glossto
r United
I agents for the the garment
ttnJrh8 York sole
; is that Kubelik-- rho Is aI for presentation to scholars. JJ1, It New clothes. As so little oil Is used ,1THE
ech the
t T birth- addressed a The Gem-Book' Store States. ,
seems perished says the Westphallaa -
I Remember the nameDoan'sandtake there Is DO danger to WelJville," In pkgs. j j'i't
v7"n audience at a concertJn. copy. Get.the little book. TJie Road I
rm'lflan iage. Phone 230-218 &r paiaf x.


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........ >>.... t smokes cigarettes or taps beer kegs! [ Especially night coughs. Nature needs''
it --- says the Gainesville Sun. They look Cot'sot little help to quiet the irritation control:

VJbe JenjutolaJOutmd ..t NEWS AND VIEWS # for the boy who is neat in appearance, WOMAN SAID TO {Inflammation, check the progress of the
OF THE STATE PRESS. # gentlemanly In his actions clean In ease. Oortdnceis-giTethechildrenAyeM

8 his talk and courteous to those whom Cherry Pectoral. Ask your doctor i1this,,hi:!

& M HHMHFruit he meets. Although you may think Children( advice also. He knows best. Do as he

no one watches you or knows your w.1IaftJlO osrryee.2>u* Z.C.b.r UTS_'
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY.' Shipments Large. character It is safe to say that thereIs DE E MAGGIE t.formal..of p Low.a.)(

r Orange and grapefruit shipments are not a business man In town but -
w PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT; MONDAY still holding their own, and the rec- who knows the character of every -

ord for each week as compared with boy In it If wish to become a
...BY... you
all previous seasons continues to be -
useful man, it Is you and you alone
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. broken. This week the shipmentswere that must accomplish It.-Miami COllUM Notice
9,777 which, added to the ship- News. Special
ments already reported brings the -

FRANK L. MAYCS, President an.r: General _Manager total for the season to 53,846 boxes.

Last year, the total for the same date I AMONG THE BEST
shipments were 36,433 boxes, and two While the Man Has Been, _
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. years ago, 44,574 boxes.-Fort :Myers ,-* ,

Press. ,. ROADS IN COUNTRYARE Identified as Having
SUBUCRIPTION RATES Railroad Rumorsrl'he All outstanding bills against the

One Tear .. .. .?.......$5 00 One Month .. ,. ..'.. .. to I Worked Near-
Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 OneWeek.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 citizens of Starke are still
Three !Months. .. .., .. 1 Sri Weekly Edition per year..l1 CO- more or- less exercised by railroad I THE HIGHWAYS OF' MASSACHUSETTS ville. Chamber 'Commerce Citizens'
rumors, but nothing definite is ,yet, ,
known of the plans for the extension : ACCORDING TO

The Only ftonsacof* JVewBpajte From Which a, totalledCirculation of the G. & G. from Sampson or. I EXPERT.:- ,- Relief Committee must be

Statement Can Be Secured. Graham to Jacksonville. A prelim- Parties reaching the city yesterday presentedfor

inary survey has been made from identified both the woman at Mrs.

Sampson City to ,Lawtey and It Is 1 Wilkerson's boarding house and the to the

understood the chief engineer claims I Boston, Nov. ,9.-chief Engineer body of the stranger. lying In Pou's payment secretary by

PYsada. {14JterIaI Roemu 3. I I Papers en,Sale en,Trains this to be the shortest route to Jack-, Vernon M. Peirce, of the United undertaking parlors. If they are not |I

l.laess Office 1600 and stall News Stands. sonville. In view of the shorter States public roads office of. Washington mistaken the woman is. lire. Maggie. j i Monday the J2th instant

route and the cordially with which is Inspecting some of the high- Cullom whose relatives reside at ,
the citizens of Lawtey received the ways around Boston with SecretaryA. Brady Ala but who came here from

Office*"Journal Building-Corner lntend.nola and DeLuna Sts. proposition for the road to build to II B. ,Fletcher..of the Massachusetts Bay Minette, and the* man was knownas I J. ,R SHERRILL

ti I that town a rumor was current I Highway Commission, ,and ,Dr. Cush. Johnson while he was ,working for ,

that the idea of making a survey by man of Washington. He says the the Geo. E. Wood Lumber Co., near
PENSACOLA FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1906. Starke had been abandoned but this! Massachusetts. roads compare favorably Caryville. The woman was identified,W. C. Chairman.

I proved to be without foundation as with the best in the country and by Milton Rogers of Brady Ala., who I JONES,

satisfies -I the survey corps is -at present working 1 that. state Is one o? the few that has came here searching for his father,
seeable all questions and cuts
Result of Vote on i on the line from Graham via j reached a point where it knows how W. E. Rogers, who wra reported as '
Y out all argumentations. That was made
Drainage Amendment.The painfully plain to- democratic Starke and will probably reach I to 0 take care of its 'highways. In being the man who, had been found Secretary.
campaigner in the country during the town to-dav.-Bradford Telegraph. I speaking of the work of his office, dead, and the man was identified byJ.
that with the Depart- N. Broxton of "Westville, who had
Tampa Herald believes TEat which is connected ,
last few months. was why the -=
Solves Three ,.Probleme.4iA i Mr. Peirce said frequently the deceased while he
Hhe ment of Agriculture, seen
defeat of the drainage amend- republicans won, in spite of its recordof '
I prominent citizen of Chattanooga -"Our office has not yet reached very was In the employ of the Geo. E. PICTURE FRAMINGis
trusts and
tuent, which was submitted to the graft, special privileges
Mr. N. F. Thompson, has large proportions but It Is steadily Wood Lumber Co. of Caryville, working
Voters on Tuesday last, was principally to the protected and licensed Inter i found an ingenious solution for the growing. We have such an Immense on this side of the river. now the.0'rder of the day at Coe's book store. :New
ests that rob, the people right and
due to the fact that the question race problem the vagrancy problem, territory to cover that it would takea Young Rogers reached the city'yes- and uptodatestk: : of moulding just in and our framer is

at issue was not fully understood left.General and the Panama canal labor problem, great amount of time men and terday morning to see if it was his '

\j the people of the state and, not readers of Manager the ,News Daniel to eschew tells politics the- all in one, and it has merit enough in money to do things on as gigantic a father who had met death in such a an artist. Let him frame up those Christmas pictures

withstanding the fact that the state outside of their home Interestsand it to recommend it to careful consid- scale as the office mignt wish. At manner, as press reports sent out you have before the rush begins. Our expert advice m
eration. At the approaching meetingin present we confine our work to build stated that the man had letters in his
has been thoroughly canvassed by era-of strive prosperity to make that the most of the Includes Nashville, Tenn.. of the Southern ing short stretches'of a mile or'more possession addressed to W...E. Rogers. the selection of moulding and mats is at your sen-ice.

those In favor and those opposed to. so"signally Immigration and Quarantine Conference as the case warrants. When we have The young man In company with officials :lSSOVTHPAUFOtmnT
the southland. is
the measure it is possible that the!I The day will when 'counseL Mr. Thompson will present his built such a stretch the state officials of the county visited the board- COE'S Brent Bu/141r.1I. Phoa 3 s
come panic
the subject and them have knowledge of ing house where the woman is still \1 1 -- -
Herald's conclusion in the premises and must views on press a good working d
poverty again envelope the
t| upon President Roosevelt and Chair. how to do such work, and very often quite,, III, and immediately identifiedher
is correct. The Herald has the following country.. The riot of speculation now
man Shonts of the Panama canal they continue where we left off. As'a as Maggie Collum and told of her
,to relative to the matter on, the inflation of values the swarm-
say : the to the start been made relatives at Brady.
into debts that commission as proper way get result, having ,
The last legislature passed a drain mortgage future plenty of labor to build the canal and the states find it a profitable lesson, The man he found from her was

age law authorizing creation of a earnings of on high level faiths, the at the same time rid the south of its and many of them are making yearly not his father; so he did not pursue
board of drainage commissioners, and sinking billions fluent capital infixed vagrant negro population now engaged appropriations to add to their good the Investigation further. COOPERSREMEDES

the levy of a tax not exceeding ten improvements theseand In shooting crags and otherwise ronds. The:woman has told Judge Nicholson -
i cents per acre on toe lands within familiar Incidents of popular dodging honest labor.-Live Oak and others that part of the money
the drainage district lor drainage pur sims souci-are making toward a time Democrat. A HOMEMADE RUG: found pn the person of the dead man

poses. The board of drainage commissioners i of choke., stringency the shrivel- belongs to her. She claims $160 of

proceeded to carry out this I I ling up of confidence and credit prosperity Very Crude Methods., 21 b Economic, Quickly lads aVery .< the $350, saying that she gave this

act, and the large land companies Those Russian terrorists employ Durable. to him,to keep for her, and that he
within the drainage district obtained If the people of the' south are wise very crude methods.. They.have just Having collected about twenty-five pinned it in his vest pocket. .

temporary injunctions against::: the en-i'In their day they will subordinate political used ten pounds of dynamite and Telegrams are Received.
forcement of the tax. This litigation expectancies to actual business killed nine men In wrecking a treas- founds of flannel rags and having dyed Sheriff Van Pelt yesterday receiveda

Is still pending and has not been de I I and solid savings against the day of ury van and getting off with less them the desired sba<3es, they must to number of telegrams in reply to ones

termined. readjustments. They will deal with than $200,000. The average cashierin torn Into strips about an inch wide, and sent out effort to identify the

The legislature at the same time prudence and restrain the temptationto this country can get away with a these must b* neatly sewed together man 'but these were all unsatisfac- .
passed the constitutional amendment too largely discount the Tuture. million and nobody every knows it is about half Inch tory. The telegrams, were sent to : WE_ HAVE JUST RET -
overlapping an so that
providing for drainage In' terms similar National politics can only serve fora gone until he is far away and over towns in Mississippi and Alabama the ': .,CEIVED OUR SIXTH
to the act of the legislature, so season, but sane and safe business the sea.-Gainesville Sun. the Joining is strong. Now procure a addresses being produced from the

that in case the federal court should progress is the only ark of salvationthat length of clothesline rope and ,commence envelopes \1d letters found in the 4 J ::.- :SHIPMENT. WE HAVE

decide that the act was constitutional -I the people ol the south should The Noise Explained.No to crochet the flannel over the dead man's pocket. It is possible that t. -- THEM: NOW FOR THOSE
the board could still compel these I trust themselves. In these parlous Maud, that noise like million This is in the the man is Johnson, who had the let :: "
begun center like :
large land companies to pay their I times.. bees in a cage is not the sound ofa rope. ters of other men in his pocket, or i ._.,';; .. :WHO WANT THEM. I'
share of the drainage tax. i gubernatorial boom in Tampa; it any crochet wheel for a chair hack. A else he took various names for some :, ::. ,*.);; < -
The people by their votes have said i Peary has already practically announced is merely the wheels revolving in large wooden crochet hook may be obtained purpose.' '
that they do not want this amendment' his Intention of making another myriads of heads that are trying to from a needlework shop. The Some, however, believe that the ','< ', ',. I
to pass. The effect of the rejection! effort to find the pole. Walter figure it out to get to Tampa on the stitch of double crochet is used to cover dead man Is E. J. Sheffield! of Luce. : .

of this amendment in case the federal ASellman better first day of the fair and stay until dale, Miss. '
get a him-
move on the rope with the crocheted flannelJLi ;
court should declare the law unconstitutional they can 'eat Thanksgiving dinner .
would be to exempt these self or he may find the pole preempted with Joe Smith or :Manuel Garcia.- you go along.tb crochet is Inserted Drew and Mental Discomfort : :

iarge land, companies within the ,when he reaches there. Tampa Globe.' Into the previous row, so that the circle 1 While much has been said, from a A. D'Alemkrte ; i

drainage district from their share of The Republicans carried one Ala- Carter for Governor grows with every pull of the needle.In .material standpoint about the effect of .

the drainage tax. I bama using two colors the paler shade dress the health, the spiritual
The state has invested county at Tuesday's election. Judge Francis B Carter of Marianna upon
$150,000 In dredges and approximately drainage- Isn't this the same county that turned it is -said, will enter the lists of should be used until the circle la abouta side has been largely Ignored. The

work. The lands were acquired by i, out a majority for-Socialism a few gubernatorial candidates and take a foot across. Then use the darker mental discomfort of an unbecomingor Druggist and Apothecary

the state from the United States government bite at the gubernatorial cherry shade until you have gone five times badly fitting garment Is probably I .
on condition that the said ago Ocala Bann r.' around the rug. ;Return again to the greater than the bodily uneasiness occasioned I
lands and their proceeds so far as The troubles of the :Marlboroughsand S paler color repeating the alternate by ''ovcrdght bands or, footwear 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109

necessary would be used for the pur Truly Repentant. colors until the flannel Is all used up and the former perhaps, causes
Castellanes will probably have a When the,railroad rate bill was un I
j poses first of drainage and reclama or the, rug is the:Desired size, leavingthe more actual physical harm. It is not '
tendency to reduce the price of foreign der discussion in the senate' and Ben t .............
tion. The railway companies have received "darker 8had fat'tbeedge of the of j'
Tillman was using' his{ pitchfork on : [,the least -of the hardships poverty
titles to (
under prior administrations American bidd rs. I
Teddy Roosevelt, the Live Oak Demo rug. that a garment that offends the taste''cannot -
i j about seventeen millions of acres of These rugs are-'economlcal to make be discarded, but has to be '
this land on the absurd that The Dublin Times calls attentionto crat wanted Ben nominated for president BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
by the democrats. We de- and are very quickly done and are worn, with all its depressing effects .
the building of railroads assisted in the fact ,that "the nu sistem of W. T. BEDWELL, PRES. AND MANAGER.
murred, and preferred Joe Baileyof among the most desirable of any of the the mind, until something at least
draining the swamp and overflowed speling for the wether buro Is upon Prepared to'do all electrical repairing on abort notice. Ring phone 570 an* a
lands of Florida and now Texas. ,The Democrat Is sing- homemade rugs, as the rope makes such of its money value has been extracted representative will call., W. T. Bid well. President and Manager. 205 & Barley
; now they and being uzd." street.
their successors are unwilling to pay ing a different tune now, and covered: from It. Alterations may mend matters *

anything whatever towards the drain- Tom Watson has an attack of mag- so are we. Make room for us but, that means additional expense

age of this land. agineitls. He will shortly start an- brother, on the "stool of repentance"or for, yean In my' hall, and as yet It and the chances are that the last

We believe the land is going to be the "dunce stool" whichever you shows no signs of,wear and la good for state of the garment will be worse than
other one in Atlanta. choose to call It-Bartow Courier-
drained, and when the people wake another fifteen 'years.-Mabel Tuke J the first

up two years hence and find that they lfrT7a ct fit Informant Priestman In Woman's Home Com- -- We are offering some dressed damaged
have been deceived In the matter by w Gratifying Development.The panion.

putting the expense of drainage on SAFE TO CROW. # marvelous development and Elderflower Water. lumber at themselves Instead of letting the large I I : .
substantial progress of South Flor- BEAUTY SPOTS. r 'Elderflower water is highly recom
companies pay their just -10; Jacksonville Times-Union. 3?
proportionof ida in and ,DeSoto county
mended as a plain wash for the skin

from It,the they way will they feel feel quite to-day.differently H it HIt sYr"rg and Arcadia in particular Is extremely If your face looks greasy, wipe It and enters into the composition: of I We can fill all orders now for new

gratifying The stimulus to continued over once or twice a day with alcohol many lotions. To make It, proceed as'

s ,A Kansas City pastor says that effort and greater activity thatis diluted one-half with water. follows stock' shipment arriving daily.
always born of success Is apparentin ,
John D. Rockefeller is not so bad as is now safe to crow. The drainage all branches of industry and tradeA To develop neck and chest rub with Pluck the flowers, cut off the stalks

w he has been painted. Wonder how I amendment is dead. The gover- brief retrospect the material ad- moistened salt every morning and rinse Quite close up to the blossoms and

f much the preacher wants? 'nor's pet scheme has been repudiatedby vancement along .all lines during the off by dashing or spraying with cold place the latter In a large earthenware H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY

the people. Up to midnight last last five years, a Just recognition of water. jar or In an enameled saucepan. If the ,
Safe CounselTo the indomitable will and tireless en- To make the eyebrows grow-four latter just cover with water and heatto
night over 13,000 votes had been
reported ergies of our business men, the above ffuncea of alcohol, two ounces of castor boOinc point; then strain off the

the South.The to the Times-Union and of the-average quality and reliability of oil, fifteen drops of the oil of berga- water and bottle for use. Half an

general of the these a majority of 3,200 were cast the laborer, 'the superior natural ad mot. Apply with a" tiny brush night ounce ff simple tincture of benzoin or .' H1N

manager Atlanta against drainage It ,Is not probable vantages of our section in climate, and morning. two ounces of spirits of wine added to I

News who' has been in New To'l that the total vote will be more health, soil timber; pasture,lands and Olive oil Is the beauty doctor's cure one quart of this water will help to ;
during the recent campaign, phosphate deposits-all afford credit i iIf
nothing but defeat for democracy sees in I I than 18,000. Not more than five able basis for large expectations for all for poor complexions. He advisesIts preserve It The earthenware Jar is Goiiigto: Get Married Soon?
In possIble-food, plenty used rather differently. When packed
z 1908 and. In thousand votes remain to be reported.The the future and give earnest of a use every
that a lengthy dispatch to advocates, of drainage would continued, ever increasing progress of green salads reeking with it and with elder bloom it is filled with quite 'so you're just the folks we want to see. In fact :
paper gives his views In detail.
then doses of it by the tablespoonfuLA hot but not boiling water and left for
have and prosperity:DeSoto News.
to '
than four fifths
The editor of the news commentingupon of secure more little camphor applied! to a wet twen'7-four hours, when the water Is you will find it very much to your advantage to call t
these to win.
the matter, has the following to Even The Way to Advertiser- cloth will whiten the skin, but It should carefully strained through a muslin i on us.. Of ,course you will"WantFurniture i
say west of the Apalachicola There is no reason why every dollar be used sparingly} with a cream after bag. The latter process gives a better
river, where the drainage advocates in the reclamation of
The general manager of the News, expended ward. A few drops put into lukewarm colored water. i ian
expected an overwhelming majority, the Everglades should not prove the for the House
wiring from New York, said to our water and applied with a sponge after .
the vote was by no means solid. In addition of $20.dollars! to the state
t readers yesterday that the hope of a has in from an outdoor trip I
one come
middle Florida the sentiment wealth ten But in order to i
national democratic victory in 190S is drainage against years. are extremely refreshing. Ktttlmg Time was overwhelming. Further accomplish this, Floridians must cooperate
To read for either Instruction
practically a vain one. Being in the or
r center of the electorial news of the returns are only needed to show the with the. governor, they must. Potato Patties. amusement is commendable, but it is goes a'1 long way and buys just as much and as quickly :

' nation and in touch with majority.We act intelligently they lust let mammoth Potato patties filled with minced the sake of asfdoeJ much ready Our to Now.
party auIhorities foreign holding not co for killing time. Lat : ,! oney. plan Buy :
; gathered there from all extend our congratulations to corporationsknow vegetables make an attractive and In life after his fortune had ,
beenmade Later .
arts of the nation prediction comes the press of Florida for the victory that Florida is "something besides dainty entree. Put hot boiled potatoes successful ;Z; Pay __ .has_ made many a young married ,couple :
a merchant Mr. &.
that has been won. It is not a toy of winter tourists; and them hapPy:Vi'i'} t
with thorough warrant. easy through a vegetable press season took a' young man Into partnership.. : .
must show with
to people
The whole country Is possessed by defeat an administration, state or they moneyto with salt and a little butter and .
national in invest people looking for land pepper Entering the office on a dull day in the 1 1C
i psychic sense of material prosperity. a fight within the party. add flour to make a paste
Just enough
The governor of Florida left his to till and manufa.ctUl'frs'seeking dull season, the millionaire found his BUY NOWtPAYLATER. !
n ITie farmer the laborer, the merchant rolled without breaking.
that can be
the manufacturer the trans- office to take care of Itself while he a field for their enterprise's that,.they partner yawning over a book. "What'lthat
Boll the mixture into a thick sheet, cut
alive to their owngreat natural you're Mr. S. astei
tortatlon and the banker alljoin went over the state to convert the are \ dolngr
in the man testimony that "times arc people to his scheme. _No man in advantages and that capitol does not It out with a patty cutter,brush the i There's nothing else to do, so Far .

better than ever before. The airs Florida can talk more for the applauseof have to go to adjoining states to finda cakes lightly with egg and bake. Pill reading" was the answer. Nothing i MARSTON & I Ii
}: filled with such an idea and no artument the crowd. But Governor Browardnow land of opportunity If Florida the centers with peas and U\o else to dot Reading the great mer- ,

;' drawn from details and un- knows that applause does not always doesn't advertise she-fo certain always rots, with French beans or asparagus chant repeated In a tone that expressed -
lercurrents can reach the public un- mean votes. to be at the tail-end of the procession heads. The patties may be baked before :wonder, amusement and scorn. '108410;. St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fli.Femenina !

lerstandlng Taking it by and large The press of Florida was nearly ; and the best'way to advertise they are wanted and be reheated "When you've nothing else to do don't

the nation Is intoxicated( by the champagne unanimous against this measure. At is to show to the- world that the before serving.-New York Sun.. r ad.. Think l....' '.'..e. ... ...............................111
the ,outset Governor Everglades constitute the greatest -
of apparent commercial afflu Broward made
v of land In the south and that
nce. some ugly charges, but Be knows that body ,

Nor do the masses stop to consider the newspapers have this fight, Floridians, recognizing thls: fact, had i
from whence all the prosperity came. not because they could be bought but the hardihood" to attempt and secure I

They do not care. When the repub because they could not be bullied their reclamation., : .:'Tampa. Globe. 'for
Women 50jis
hcan orator says "the republican by power. It was an honest Up to the Young ,Wan. ;
;r party and policies did it" the crowd f fight, a manly fight, and It has won. Did you ever stop to think that cwy

throws up its hats, sprains its lungs Now' let us be done with'H, and let when a business man looks for a ,

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in .ATTL2'9HIP k kkJ s,7.: -i..; 1/// / a. x.R a C xyiy> .y w r be found In watching the monster 83-
r / 6 ,'. ton steam shovels at work mechanically
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'n ? .. Ir LaO"r + atv..Yy k .l' rx a.' .ztiba v 5R tide= 'v. yr ,n.y of former days open their eyes .'
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- has provided scores of these gigantic! machines A

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ner la which they pursue the task of eating 1
: Tzzpt away the earth and' rock Is inspiring

and thoroughly emblematic of Yankee 4
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ROOSEVELT baa a : : ., ,::i:: ,: :\ These machine are the most powerful f ,
PRESIDENT doing the unique czl Thg v steam shovels ever built as they most j ill
made unill'shorUY before the date of : i
nothing that he bas .i I needs be. for naught but the most
departure. However, there can be but 4.
staunchly built mechanical digger could
done since entering the White House will <.,
little choice between the Louisiana and :>: ", make
headway against the tough In
be so wholly without precedent In the
his forthcoming Connecticut Both are first-class battle ,. < durated clay ot the Culebra Cut. Each: !
annals of the presidency as .
ships. sister craft and exact duplicates In F x shovel Is mounted upon an aU-eteel car,
trip to the Isthmus of Panama. _
every particular. One was built In a private ___ 40 feet In length and IU huge scope or '
first announced that the
When it was shipyard at Newport News Va.. :" s dipper Is capable of picking up dv.' cubic
Chief Magistrate intended to ;
Btrennocs whereas the other Is the proauct of the ck. Y yards of earth or rock at each operation -
visit! the Isthmus In order to see Uncle .
United States Navy Yard at Brooklyn. I and transferring It to waiting railroad
Sara's bas\ iBteroceanie canal In the making '
: N. Y.. and the reading public will remember cars. A shovel of this type baa
a larce portion of the public gasped Y
the spirited race In the construction been operated at the rate of 813 yards
with astonishment:, for there prevailed a
of the hulls a contest that was of
won material handled per boar and In a +
general impression that such a Jaunt by the private shipyard but by so email .rT week of six consecutive days of 10 boors

would be contrary to law. a margin that there was scant glory In '/ S C ,, it06 4 ,CULEz.4i air: each though) subjected to delays of several
However, it 13 only an unwritten law
the victory.
boors dally of
P4L CdN 1 owing to shortage
and not a lust: statute that our youngest The Louisiana' and Connecticut are' the L cars, bas actually excavated and loaded f i

President\ Is going to smash! by his scheme largest, heaviest and most powerful fight- 32,000 yards of material. No wonder the t

for gaining at first band Information as Ing ships In'the American and with man who stand the hill at
navy can on Empire
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to the cation's biggest engineering: the exception of the new British battle- t. w and look out over a vista of miles of J I
not the first provided for the use of the members of
taking. Moreover, thla Is
ship Dreadnaught. are probably the most these shovels at work bas an abiding
the Panama Canal Commission In making
time President ""osevelt has disregardedthe formidable sea warriors afloat Each ship confidence that the canal win be put
trs !!tt'rn that! Miss Columbia's best their Inspection tours and whereas It Is F
< < Is 453 feet In length 77 feet In breadth, through
paid eiEpiyejst, : remain a virtual prisoner and has a displacement; of weight of 10,000 somewhat In contrast to the palaces'on At the Culebra cut above mentioned \
wheels In which the President Is wont to i-
R'tla; toe confines of the United
tons. Engines of 10.:00 horsepower President Roosevelt win bare
give an opportunity f
tr.rel In the United States, It Is com-
stateAt tee! conclusion of his Southern each of the ships a speed of more than to see the most spectacular phases
fortable and .
trip some months since the President 20 miles per hour and the coal bunkers altogether adequate.The of canal digging. Here the rapacious i
'" trip over the Panama Railroad will
came Sorts from New Orleans on' aD bare a capacity of more than 2.200 tons steam shovels hare beta massed moot J
not only give the President an Idea of
armored cruiser and thIs vessel was dur- or sufficient to permit of the trip to ,.AT lJ7oElrOff.27fE .BfHAff.d, the present status of the various engineering -' closely and here the greatest army of

ing a considerable portion of the voyage Panama and back at top speed without works embraced In the big''' laborers l Is at work. Culebra Cat constitutes .

outsIde the three-mile limit-that Imaginary any replenishment of'' the fuel supply.Of project but win also afford him an Insight the highest point on the line of the .

offshore line that,Is supposed to constitute course"ft Is Impossible that Into the life on the Isthmus with canal and here lie the great problems of
the boundary of the republic'sJurisdiction. any harm should threaten the person of its cosmopolitan population of natives. the many-sided task. Most of the Presidents 2

the President of the United States on his Jamaica negroes Chinese and whites of nights on shore win probably be ,

) Other presidents at least a couple of peaceful mission to Panama, but If the unexpected half a dozen different nationalities. Our spent at the.dwellings which hate been f

them hare disregarded this three-mile should happen there is no ship eS'lt4 CA.JYdL'I energetic President is going to Panama In erected for the Chief Engineer and his I ,

I limit: though to be sure they never ventured In Uncle Sam's fleets better Qualified to : order to ret a clear and exact knowledge staff at'Emplre. overlooking the big cut 1

so far from home as President protect those aboard than a vessel of the S of the present condition as well' as the Here the nights are cool and there Is U
... Roosevelt 'now proposes to do. In Octo- Louisiana-Connecticut claSs' The hull Is p future needs and prospects of the big usually refreshing breeze during the t

ber. 18S3 President Arthur visited Alexandria Sheathed In the heaviest armor-a pro- y undertaking for the prosecution of whichhe day. The making of the ditch through

Bay Thousand Islands and some tective coating of steel that In some Is charged with the duty of spending Culebra pass will not, of !coarse necessitate J r
ry of his political enemies' declared, that In Is'a dozen'lnches In'thlckness 5 '
places -and so many millions of the people's money as much excavation as was anticipated -
the enthusiasm of a fishing trip he not the armament consists of four of 'the big and he has made It clear to his guides and when it was expected that a sea-

Ia only ventured beyond Yankee territory, 12-Inch guns and eight 8-Inch guns In turrets -, couriers that he wants to get a peep at bevel canal would be constructed, but for
leai but actually went beyond the middle of and a dozen of the 7-lnch breech- >ti w 1 kr every phase of the enterprise. To that all that It Involves the removal of millions j

the 8t Lawrence River and Into Cana- loading rifles' in broadside to''say noth- z end be will not content himself with a of cubic yards of earth and Inasmuch ,

dian territory. President Cleveland was ing of the CO quick-firing guns mostly 3- mere Inspection of the excavations where as a cubic yard la roughly estimated I '

similarly criticised when on one of his Inch and 3-pounder weapons that are the dirt Is flying, but will also have a to weigh a ton It can readily be appreciated i

hunting and fishing trips to North Carolina scattered over the big fighter In the various '% look at the homes which have been provided that It Is proving no slight chore. i

the vessel that carried him In rounding localities 'where they can "speak for the Americanemployes of the President Roosevelt's Journey to Panama

! Cape Hatteras passed beyond the most effectively. : : Canal Commission; at the hospitals where Is to bar a very enjoyable social side

three-mile limit fixed by International law. In planning the Interior arrangement of the sick are cared for and at the amuse- All the leading officials of the canal or-

There Is, however one Important fact warships no provision Is made for visitors ments which are being supplied tas an ganisation will be on band to see to it .

to be taken into consideration In tonnes and President Roosevelt: and his party '', antidote for homesickness that be bas an opportunity to view everything -

tion with President Roosevelt's long will occupy staterooms provided for officers The hospitals, by the way, are some of likely to prove of Interest, sad the r

ocean Journey to the isthmus and that U of the ship 'while the wearers of the American creations at the Isthmus prominent families of Panama hare

1 that he will travel on a United States gold braid will double up" In the matter that are bound to prove a source of genuine planned many hospitalities for the AmerU

warship. Authorities all agree that the ef sleeping accommodations for the time pride to President Roosevelt and his can Executive. President and Mrs.

deck of an American naval vessel Is being. Inasmuch however as this brandof : patriotic fellow-travelers. More than 000 Roosevelt win find an old friend ta the .

tatted States territory and the Chief battleship carries 41 officers it can be : patients can be accommodated ID. the person of Senor Don J. Domingo OeObaldia '

Executive might consistently travel to the appreciated that the living' quarters are two principal hospitals one located at recently chosen'vice president of

farthest end of the earth so long as he quite spacious. Incidentally, It may be Colon and the other at Ancon,a pleasantand the Republic of Panama. Senor Obaldi i .
p Remained on a floating fortress flying the. mentioned that the ship's crew numbers healthful place where most of the has been stationed at Washington for

stars and Stripes 840-enlisted men a'contingent numerous prominent officials engaged in canal construction several years past as the representative 1 '

Similarly Is decreed that the Canal enough to keep everything in shipshape St have their homes. In addition I of the new republic and he and his very

Zone at Panama the strip of territorythat without toiling over hours. to these Institutions there are scattered attractive young wife made Innumerable

this government has acquired as a For all that, the Navy Department Is along the line of th ,canlll halt a dozen friends In official circles at the American

right of way for the canal Is Uncle Sam's assigning for use as a presidential conveyance emergency hospitals each fitted with 30 capital. President Roosevelt Is also personally '

4Nr wtl and that the nation's ruler has a one 'of the newest finest and pre beds and furthermore a screened hospital acquainted with most of the lead-

perfect right to reside temporarily there sumably one of the safest of our battle car makes the round trip dally over ing officials of the republic at the isthmus

I II on. President Roosevelt will needs havea ships; It Is not, proposed to run any w 3II the Panama Railroad In order to pick many of these statesmen baring visited

care, however that he does not, by chances In the matter and ,eccordingly up and hustle to a base hospital any this country: during the past few years

I : any misstep, get over the boundary line the ship that carries, th4PnsldentandMrs. ;. : laborer who shows signs of 1I1n"" .; The WALDON FAWCETT.

of Panama Roosevelt, In case tho first lady '
into the Republic proper '
" that would constitute an entry Into for- of the land carries out-her present Intention .P zfJIP.ENr.d1:1dpC2.E.l1Y !.lf.E )A.7D? r.l1Z1't'QF 1 1YBr1d i

r i Of the American to accompany >her, husband-will be
eign territory. course
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President will want to greet President accompanied bY' another up:to-date naval, Stray Birds at Sea. ; :

Amador and the other leading men of vessel. Thus In the event of any mishapto M.
the world's newest republic but they will the vessel carrying the nation's most'distinguished been enabled to keep'their fingers,on the I official destinations.The A different phase of the matter Is presented 1 I

I base to either make a journey Into the citizen, the escort ,craft 'pulse of governmental.affairs while trav--I 'telephone and telegraph bureau however, by"the necessity of safeguarding Nothing Is OIl the face of It more have not It is suggested that la bird ,i

Canal Zone for such greeting or else would'be ready to stand by and render cling by rail even though the Journeys j at the White House will not only act as the President jgalnst an attackof curious than the fact that tiny, birds of the sense of the Instinct of direction,
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have extended. In some Instances to the : yellow'fever/ comparatively feeble power of flight often which 1s what enables them to find Welt
: the great champion of the canal prcjeot 1 assistance, or If the circumstances de- a 'clearing-house for the messages received
Pacific Coast. The president's special Uncle Sam's sanitary experts under the light on the decks or la the rigging of way daring migration is ao>> Intimately associated
could be President but will also
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will be compelled to stand on the edgeof manded the presidential party from the
i tatted territory and shake transferred to this substitute boat train has been'constituted a virtual constitute the channel through which all direction uf' CoL. W. C porgas. of the ships. hundreds of miles out from the with that of self-pruervatioa
States ,
shore in the heart of tb* stormy Atlantic that when the former is lost the laUd
.- hand across the border. And who will run the government while White House on wheels with.secretaries, official messages destined for the tourist United States Army-famous for his workIn ,

An Incident somewhat similar to this the President is away I Is a question which clerks and stenographers at work In this-. President will be transmitted. Thus It Havana after the Spanish-American or Pacific. goes also. i
1 In the ""Why they are migrants, of coarse: Now these birds that Cad their way
I" wonders
portable business establishment Just as War-tare performel way
occurred when the late President Harrison naturally suggests Itself. The law,of the will once again Justify Its designation as .
: made will no doubt say. But this supposition onto the ships far out at sea have, &e
e visited Texas and walked halt way land prescribes that the President cannot they would'be In the executive offices! at "the' President's Intelligence office." In of cleaning up the Isthmus and have many '
+ It tropical country can will not at all account for many doubt, lost their sense of direction. Up i
Washington. By of direct healthy as
means special any
cross the International bridge at El Pasoto formally delegate his powers to anyone order to save time as well as to Insure as
+ telephone and telegraph wires reserved be under the best circumstances but for such Instances. Birds are often picked la the higher regions of the atmosphere
a line which wa< Mexican not the Vice President but such of the messages to and
beyond even to secrecy, most
off the lines of mlgratioa. They fierce currents of air constantly stream
exclusively for the presidential. messages, all that there Is still some danger of yellow vp quite
be sent
: territory When President McKInley matters as may be delegated' to a proxy business has been carried on atbong freak.the President .will probably fever and the medical officials don'tpropoee generally appear one 'at a time and la along, and our little migrants most bare
slatted this same point some years later and are likely to require the attention of range almost If not quite as expedltl-. In cipher. One of the President's secretaries to baTe.'J' >rtaJ4ent Roosevelt be- unsettled weather. Fourteen ban been flown too high and beta caught' la these '

+ It wu proposed to have President ,Dial someone personally present at the national ously as It would be with the Chief Magistrate will accompany him. whIle'another .pnt.9ftJ1e.rartJldlms If they can seen on a ship lA'ene Jy, representing and carried on and on; exerting Just effldeat i
+ tf Mexico meet the visitor from WashIngton capital win be left Iti the hands of seated in his private offlc,at_the will remain on dU'tat..the WlI.1te'Bouse. help It. AH buildings where he Is enter fire different species. Ace extraordinary strength to keep themselves op.

in the middle of the bridge and .Hon. Ellhn Root, the secretary of state nation's headquarters. so there is little chance of any hitch in tamed will be carefully screened to keep fact one notice*Is that these Jrfrds seem This explains their sudden appearance so i l
take: hands the dividing line, but who Is very thoroughly' conversant with Lately the inTention' of wireless telegraphy handling the public business ::1 Is the
across out the deadly mosquitoes who do all the when no cat or dog b aboard. absolutely. far from shore and only seem
I the plan was not carried out L'1d'IO all:;the'President's governmental oRdes. has made It possible to extend Looking after the comfort and-welfare mischief,'bdt-IfbZ and fflTnck' the PresI- fearless. ingly possible suggestioa to explaia their s

Ii much discussion was engendered as to the' Strictly speaking, however'no person Is these wonderful facilities to presidential" '6f :the:President darlig his: stay la the dent is bitten by one of the Insects carryIng I have myself picked up la my hand a remarkable lameness.-
proprieties of the matter that President needed to direct the machinery of state voyages on the'ocean... On the occasion Canal Zone Is likely to be, rather more the fever germ the physicians at hand small bird of be war *r. tribe on the Darwin found birds en the Oalspajcs 1 _

i MCKinley did not even set-foot upon the while the President Is absent from.Wash of President Roosevelt's Journey to Panama -, eta' responsibility than the entertainment will liBtt I4s.tely-efflpl heroic measuresto deck of a steamer when 200 miles from but Islands It seems whlca more were likely extraordinarily that these tame were Y -

bridge but contented himself with gas ington, for the' reasonthat, thanks to the warship conveying him .will.-be of Chief Magistrate under normal conditions eradicate all trace' of the Infection. the coast of Newfoundland' And It Is tame from absolute Ignorance of and nafamiliarUr -
.... log upon! the peakas of the Sierra Madre modern inventions; the nomadic' Chief provided with a powerful wireless telegraphy In a well-regulated American city However the proverbial Roosevelt lock Dot that they are tired mt Most of the with human bctaga. Not only I

J from the American chore. Ma f trate can. keep 'almost-momentarily equipment and will be constantlyin and the officials at Panama will probably and the President's splendid physique arecountedopOBtoconstirnts'the birds that come aboard are fairly fresh are email birds sees out at sea. bat insects ,{ ,
The ship that will carry President in touch with our national affairs no matter communication with'one oranotheraL .b- )n.pins and needles until,the visit U best pre- anA can fly well yet of their ova accord even come aboard end this particularly -
they will stay about a ship till la eight
Roosevelt will where be be, If ear- forefathers the chain of wireless telegraphy stations safely over. Of course- there win be no ventatives. In warm latitudes. These must
and his to Panama may It
party of the most Interesting features of land. Then suddenly their old timidity -
l.. In every respect worthy -of nch"honor an ;Hrtdtave:anticipated what fast railroad maintained by the Navy Department 'at difficulty In protecting the President from Easily s>t one President Roosevelt's 'visit to assails them and .they become. as wild their certainly own be feeble carried powers out by of the flight wind could for dl
and also,quallded'for-'sograve! ; 'trains,. telephones sad telegraphs would intervals along the coast as far south as personal! t molestation foe there .will will be the trip over the Panama as ever. never serve oaAlded. The whole subject' i
I responsibility. The fortunate ship will accomplish In the way of annihilating distances Key West MesS geS-' aDy'.r" on guard plenty of blue Jackets from the Panama Railroad a line about ,41.,miles In length Altogether the natter bas been very Is a very Interesting one. and the further

be either the U. S.: S. Louisiana or the they need not have worried them- the chore stations will be Immediately warships and marines and the officious from the port e*Colon. on the "Dazzling to naturalists and It Is only research which Is now going; on Into
on the Jr.JImWlo.1D their extendls lately that anything like a satisfactory the carious air currents la the higher
t'S.' S. Connecticut The choice of selves over the possible consequences ot transmitted by land lines tur the Telegraph native,policemen faaUstlc'costumes, can be the harbor .of, Panama oa explanation bas beea offered. We all atmosphere will, doabt- 1 1loongiuading

Which,. of these twins will be employed absence from the country by. the presidentof and Cipher' Bureau at the White. grotesque and hand la ao undertaking I. the Parifle. 'This '1'811Q' will be know that some of ta* lower creatures mloatendt throw more light on this
rats with the President, and In jail proba- th4 United'States.* House and thence'distributed to the 'Tart- counted upon to have of made la. the which bas been possess senses which we human beings pnzzia to Baturaliita e )
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RANGING FROM $2500 TO $8000- AND Trains Nos. Trains Nos.J .
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BETTER SEE ME AND LOOK OYEft t; IlOIm illSam ................ .._...... .. ......Ar ':Oii4nip6:30m :
\ ':Qpm .:................Montgomery......_.-.......... ':35pm 1ll5.
MY LIST. -. of Street :._Gets investment on w. ..... ... _. I
$2000 a splendid 11:45am 1:10pm Ai.............zs.Birmlnghllm. -: Lv 420pm 8:33: >
FOR SALE, I ". < Garden street '-room cottage The lots with are ?;25pm 311am ....................". ...........\.........Lv 8.4aam( ll5a.: ..
6 lots fronting south.. '.. .... ..'.. '
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3..3'iam LT..KasbTine.'i 8:1 Zj(
i COLLECTED i' For, Rent ,worth $12 0. 8:00pj: 8.15am A.r.,.............:....Evansv1Ue.. .,_ ........LT t 3:00am: '::Zt'pil1 alll
RENTS D AND -PROMPT* $7000-We have for ten days only a lot on 2:1 m .................. Login..Lv 6:45pm: 3it'p1ll

t RETURNS MADE. t. I Chase street near Palafox. site 15Opm'' 3z'am; Lv..e..... ....."'...,... .....Ar 3Ean
MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST',-ON These are second floor 121x192. Upon this lot is a large :10&01.. 1:30am A ...................Lou181'1ne.........._. <..LT \14)8JD S:3p 2lian
2 Dwellings on large corner lot, 107x110 feet, excellent neighborhood, i dwelling renting at $1= per month, 7:20amI12:00 Ar............... .Cincinnati.,,....":"' ...' .. : Lv 1l.OOpm !
: on East Wright street ........................................... 4500 00 REAL ESTATE MORQTAGES. ,. ,', Chamber oft.Commerceand enough te pay the taxes and interest ; 1:00pm

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

:: I Large 1 story dwelling on East Intendencla street ..;...............$1000 00 ;i IN PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU- : indeed.f '' ,'at the, price! 6&7_ 2&3 4&'l _ _3 8_: 2 _1 8_: 4 $ & 6

< EITHER. 500 :An of block 14f, West )King tract 'IOOamI11:05pI1111i5am Lv..PensacoIa4!..'......Ar J ;!!
7-room dwelling, excellent neighborhood on East Hill, with lot HOx- WANT TO SE'LL YOUR PROPERTY? Building just north of $ 10:4SamI 2:55am 4:12pm ............ ........... J12.foamlll; ;l9aml 6l1pm t

150 feet, stone walk. stables etc. .................................$4600 00 WE CAN SELL IT. > ", the Chamber ;of Com, $ 325 S lots Mock 109.West King tract. OOpm 715am 1:15pm' Ar........ New Orleans..:......LT 1 I 8iipmt..... .\ 22m" :: iII

2 street, Palafox ..........$8000 00 i. '4' -
2 story, 8 room dwelling on Wright near $ 110.-:Lots 21 and .22. block 48. West
T merce-ready- King tract (east 120 feet). dwelling on corner lot on East Gadsden street lot 120x132'/ Fire Insurance Placed jin 21 I Ii 1 1 I 3' I Trains do DOt stop at. stations I 2 I 4"'P,
: feet, with bath and gas ....................................,.... $325000 ... middle of December $1500-For both blocks 113 and 207 West Dally I Dally l'Dally I Dal1y I where no time Is shown ,1 DaDy\ DaDy1 Dallyl D"i1;; !

located North Alcanlz street, with lot First-Class Compai iies. : with all modern conven King tract., :::-::-: 4:552:30 2.56. Lv..Flomatcn..Ar 1245ij:2'' ;; \

i 5-room S0x170 dwelling feet .desirably..................on...................................., $2000 00 Lot 181, block 27, Old City. ,On ...... $:00 3:35 :; ..;.......... ........:.... 1:40 11 6:21/ ....
: i iences. An ideal place $6000:- ...... 5:0 2:{] .3: ..........BJuff Springs .......... .1:33 1:1 8:15' .... dwelling at Gouldlng, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of !? wg.encla.street, near Baylen, ...... 5:17 .2.51 .30 .............McDavid .............. .'1%::: 1:0;; 8:11': ': .

i land ...................................................... ....... $250000 for a small, but select, :::::: tg: 3:15 3:04 :3.50 3:36..Fine. .:::::::::.... = .:::::::::::. .. 11:59: ln 7:5F 7:41 .:::.

i hotel. $ 735-Lots 11 to 14, block 132, New City. ...... .5:43... .4:04 -............Quintette............ -11:51.12:34. '1:3:: ..:.- I
: LESLIE E BROOKSi. ...... .5$3 .3::& .4:11 ;..........COttag. 11111 ...;.;.... .11:44.19 .734
$ 135-Lots 7,and 8. block 118, near Saunders ...... .5:51 St94 16 ..........Cantonemeut........... .11:40 12:26 7:3101 /.". .'"..' ,
'i.-. \ : *' milL ...... ; .9:34 .43. ...............GonWea............ : '12:21 ..;:&! .
i HOOTON & WATSON I ...... .":03. ..3:364:26. .............Roberts............ '11:33.1:19 '14;':::.' .
Estate $ 475-For 2 lots fronting on North Pala- ...... .115 .3:45 '4:40: .............OUve.............. .-11:2% -1:09 '7:1:!
fox street.$1300.All ...... .":%1 .3:51 .4:48.. ............h.Brent.............. .11.15.1204 .7:0, ::':: f
1. I THE RENTAL AGENTS i ii ...... 6:25: .3:54: :: ............ Goulding ............ ..'11:1: .10; 7:0. .
of 117. East King Tract .4U1' ''
block '
and Insurance. McDAVTO-HYER CO. -near Saunders' milL .=..... =6:30 =4\1\ = Ar.-........ Pensa.cola..LT t 11.0 11.5 7oo!

Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, i ii Phone 462. 112 S. P lafo, Agents New York $l3,500-4Ieta street an near elegant':Southern: lot Hotel on Garden 80x- !J11. I I f'-I I' I,' I r I' ,Xf ;

Life Insurance Company. 192.$1850JWill.. ..... ....../ .'i:00 LT..PensacoJa..Ar J I 10iiO...... ......f 11'1
No 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. 5:001... ..... ...... 1:13 ..... ......Bohemia............ I...... ............ 'IO" \
i buy S small houses on West : ; ..... ...... 7:15..Gull Point........... 4.10:33....... ......I.1 '
Phone 790. Pens cola, Fla. Jackson.street in fairly good condition 5.5...... ..,... ..... ............Yniestra............ r...... ...... ......1.1( .,3
4.+.. .. and Tent for J25 per month. 7:18 ..Eambla............. l. : )
_ _ _ _ S 7i ..Mulat............. 'Il0:19.10ZS..i...... ...: '.
For 5latn@ | 600-House and lot on West Zarragossa : .. .. ..............Harp.............. .......:I.i $
WANTED. WANTED. street ,rents JSOO Good bargain. 'iS .. City.-.:fJP.',
'1:39.. ..............Mllton............. .10:05...... ....... l-i.(
$4500-Bran new 2-story 7-room,. well S ..... ...........Good Range........... ...... .............,' 8'4'
WANTED Every boy to ask his Druggist AXTED-Every girl who suffers from built house. with two lots, on. East S 5:57... : ......Holts.............. .. ...... ........ !
for ChlcUts. Indigestion to try Chiclets. FOR Gadsden street S 8.IS..S 5:40... 8:30.,,............Milligan............. : ....... ...... ....
I SALE 1J:3t1 ............Crestv1ew............. ...... .'it
"TED-Colored porter 'Apply to WANTED TO RENT-Small cottage or : Land........... ......1. I
Prttchett Gerson & Gardner, new Brent a suit of rooms in desirable locality $3000for C 9:1 ....;......Mossy 833...... ......!. 7 ,
building. lOnov. furnished or unfurnished. Apply F J. artistic 6-room Have you any houses or Investment 9:3/.. ........DeFunIak .8:11... ............ 4'1
an and up-to-date for. sale? We have more' calls C
Donovan Box 834 City. Snov HOMES property ':44 1:44 ...... .......:..4.,'
RELIABLE WOMAN to cook for small and hall cottage with. all modern conveniences than we can supply. List with us. We'll .. 9:57 ..........Ponce Head..S.79 ...... ..... S::}
family near Century. Right party can BIDS will be received until November on West' Chase street" on'car sell It.r 10:10.. 1:1......... ......1 4 )
ret good wages and have good home. Address 20, 1906, for the removal of building line. : ............. 10:15. ............ 1:1% .............' 5.
J. B.. Century Fla. 9nov7t known as St. Anthony's hospital on Garden .............. 1030 .............. 1i5.............., t '4
street from present location to cor- $4500-208 West Gadsden street two two. S. Brown & Co. 1022/: /...... ....... : / ............. ............. .':37................1. 4 .
WANTED-Experienced cook. Address ner of' Garden and DeVillier streets. -' story' 7-room and hall house lot ...... ...... 10:1>8. ,..... ..Aycock.... .... ..17...... .... .. 4
immediately "&." .Care JournaL 9nov Building to be set in place in new location $42.. -- 48Hxl50. south front on car Jine ....... ...... 11:07 ........... .............' 4 .
1:10 ...... ...... 11:25 ........... .
In as good condition as it now Is. ............. < .i
the .
WANTED-White servant to do house- Right resened to reject any or all bids. Cash or installment plan for 714 North nicest and neighborhood sanitary connections.In city Will; ,2010; Thiesen Building."We 12:44 .....! .!.._.. : : _........... Cottondale..6:18........ ....... 3- )
work and take care of baby 4 years old. Alex Llsehkoff. ?nov "D' street. 2 rooms and halL CottageIn gas this. -1:55.. .........;...11:52 ....... ........ .)1
Apply: to &00 East Belmont. 9nov first-class condition. On large lot.. carry a $3000 mortgage on 1:13 .............. %: ............ ... ... .. ....... ......' %:U
CO KEY'S celebrated Roup Cure. Chol- I $5250-On North Baylen street7-room and Sell Lots. 1:30.: .............. 11;) .......Rlver .Junctlo ......... .5:10.. ............j. 2':
COMPETENT guards and matrons wanted era cure lice and mite killer as wellas hall cottage, cabinet mantels, bath.stationgry 10:50...... ....... '7:40 Ar ....JacksonT1lle.... LT 9:05........'h... 4:")
at the Florida State Reform schooL an unexcelled Egg Producer All lowest'market wash stand bath Al.l .PM. .A1II }':,[
healthy persons\who mean guaranteed and of Money to loan at rate 1r
Only strong. a splendid yade
room, stables. lot ( Very
business need applj Make applicationwith wheat that will! make your Towis lay. F. of interest. .r select neighborhood. Trains 21 and 23 and trains :2 I and .3 carry through sleeping car between Pensa.
recommendation to; Walter' Raw Is. S ,Mellea & Co., Pensa. "OIa. Fla. Phone Mortgages on real estate in.this city I FOR SALE.FOR cola and JackSOnv11le'5-iaRiver Junction and Seaboard Air Line
SupU. Marianna., }1a. s SnovlOt 334. 7nov bought and eold. 7-room
On West Gadsden street
All of the Maxent Tract west of MC" .Tralns stop en signal.
Machinists. $%.!4 to $352 per WANTED street now for sale. and hall cottage; cabinet mantles SALE-Diamonds. Watches and
Government stenographer gas, bath electric lights every '
Jewelry on terms to responsIblepeople
:2 SO to S3.52 per easy
diem; shlphtters. $ wishes stenography and typewritingwork I modern convenience. The nicest
diem; riveters, $200 to $3.04 per diem outside of regular business hours. place in the city that is for sale. Buy your presents
chlppers and caulkers. .$::.%4 to $3.04 per Address Box 512, City. Snovlw' ; Can sell very cheap. now. P. O Box 265. Snovlw 'FOR SALE
diem. Apply to Board of Labor Employ- DIRECTORY I
ment. Navy Yard. Pensacola, Fla. 8no\3t Al\"TED-Room and board FOR SALE-Square grand piano. cheapif
by gentleman $3000-On East Hill block from car line
where there are no other boarders Fisher Real Estate 6-room cottage bath and shower sold at once. Cash or installments. FOR SALE-Forty acres land wen timbered
A\"TED-Lady clerk. Must have some and where his company would be appreciated Agency bath hot and cold water. cabinet ;243 East Gregory street. Snovlw good house. 1% miles east of
experience but be bright and energetic, No objection to widow. Give mantles city water neat and Olive. Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds P. O PROFESSIONAL.
and write good readable hand. Apply full particulars as to rates and locality. COLLECTION OF RENTS A: modern in every respect, very NEARLY GONESouvenir'postals of Box 164. City' 9novlm
\\'. A. Gahlenbeck ::18 South Palafox I Addiess R and .B., care JournaL Cnovlw large lot goes with house. t storm scenes in Pensacola. 10 for Sac-
street. Tnovlw SPECIALTY. Send quickP.. P. P.. Box 336. Snov FOR SALE-Large bay horse; large furniture -

I'WA\TED-:Positldh as saw filer or su- PhoneS! ?'. 206 Palafox_ St $3000-North Cevallos street two- story, FOR SALE-111 acres excellent pineappleand wagon fOmFih In good con w. B. BARTON,
to take dition. Price $ furnitureHouse
"TED-First-dass man entire I
perinterdent. or mill foreman by a 7-room house gas bath and sanitary -
charge of loggin goperations. which I competent man. References furnished. connection. This will make a orange land on Jupiter river; excellent 138 and 140 East Intendencla Attorney At Law.
'consists of skidder and teams. logging I'' Address J. \V. Lasseter Andalusia Ala. nice home. market; close to railroad: three street. 9nov
60.000 feet per day. Also skidder foreman 6novlm MISCELLANEOUS. miles from ocean; some improvements; Offices-Fisher Building. Palafox street'
for Udgerwood Pine Logger. Address $3250--On East Jackson street on the car healthy locality. Address J. E. Benefield. FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timberland Will practice in all the state and Lnit -i
"CX. Care JournaL 4novlw AXTED-To rent a house on North I line, overlooking 'the bay 8-room Aycock. Fla. Snov 12.500 saw mill timber and sawmill States Courts. Twenty-thVee }ears' experience -
Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for \V OAt."D CARRIAGE SHOP-We and hail cottage bath and gas. lot I) 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several .
; ANTED-Flrst-WR Installment sales- one year from date of December 1. Ad- i are our new quarters. 214 EIntendencla. 80\137Vt. You cannot build the FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furni- good farms and town properties.
man and collector. References required. dress Pensacola Investment c.>. 3nov2tWANTFD entrance also at 215 Romana, house for the money. ture business at 13$ East Intendencia Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chipley Fla. T. G. YATES M. D.
Address S. K., Care JournaL 4novlw and prepared to do everything' in wagon street. Address Box 325 City. 8nov 23sept ,

-To rent a six-room house in and carriage building and repairing. E. $3000-West Chase street, between De-
WANTED reliable nurse. Apply S20 .a desirable neighborhood. b> a permanent L. Herring Phone 923.: City. 14oct. Villiers and Coyle south front. FOR SALE-Six-ton: schooner. 36 feet FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam Optician.
North Baylen street. Inov tenant. Address .Box 103. City 6 rooms and halt,cottage, modernin over all. 11 feet beam, round bottom engine steam drying room moulds
__ ISoctlm MATTRESSES OVATED-\ew tick every way. lot' '55 feet front. copper fastened, tight and in good condition and everything complete for.carrying on 306 Thiesen
ANTED-ED&'raver. clock and jewelry furnished if desIred. Guaranteed. Car- Can sell on easy terms. with good sail and gear. A bargain. business. together with the finest bed of I I Building.
; repairer with tools. State experience WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay pet taken up and matting laid' Leave King & Runyan. 4nov pottery clay to Escambla county. Lo.
age and salary expected. The O K 15c dozen. I tuoidl all leading brandsof orders at '\\atson Parker Reese Co.'s. $3150-Ea it Gregory;: street. '.room house cated right in the city. Apply to or Twenty years' experrence as an Eye
Drug Store. Florala. Ala. OOct wines beers and whiskies- and still Wesley Duncan. isept large! deep lot. stables' on car line. 'FOR SALE OR LEASE-C-room and hal dress R. P. Reese. Specialist Examination free.
manufacture that well-established cough House in good condition The II cottage with outbuildings attached ad-I I
WANTED-First-class carnage blacksmith meditlne. Joe Roth corner Tarragona TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruittrees price is less than,it would cost to Corner 14th avenue and 15th streefL Write FOR BALE-A barroom and all Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blount.
and woodwo-ker. Good positionfor and Government Sts. llottWANTED of all kinds; also hedge plants build the house. I.J. M. S.. Care Journal or apply 313 East pool and billiard tables, etc. In AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
right man. Address. John G. Welsh. furnished and planted by S. D. Jackson, I Romana street. 4nov ocation. At a bargain if sold tao: .
Carriage Works Pensacola. Fa. 9oct -At once, a four or five-room on terms to suit customers. Best refer- WANTED five'or six-room cottage on Address box 103 City. 23aept Architects
cottage. Must bfl' close in and in good ences. Address S. D. Jackson. City East Hill not too far out. Must be FOR SALE -Two-months-old fwn doe. I
neighborhood. Address 123. Care Tour- 14octlmJ modern. II Very gende. Address B. H. Lindsey. FOR SALE-Cow and calf Apply 210 312-314..Brent Bldg.( 43 Moses B:djMontgomery -
Pen. Fla.
BOARD AND ROOMS.FOR naL % sept :Crestview. Fla. 4novlw East Intendencla J.. :M..Clutter. 4nov Aife
H. PORTER. sailmaker 71$ South 10 lots on North Palafox street be-
TAILORING L. I>!amon RENT-New furnished front room Gent nothing cleaned pressed and repaired awnings camp stools and house cots Some money to be t made,in theseas I '.500" pads 25c Visiting cards. wedding HOTELS.BRIGGS ,
for rent suitable for light housekeep on short notice. No.' 11% West etc. Prices reasonable. 31 Jan a speculation .....; ...........$2500 Invitations tine stationery etc. C. M. Architectand Superintendent
ing. Use of phone ..and bath. Phone 8% Government St.. Pensacola. Fla. I Robinson. 208 ,West Gadsden. Phone 798
IOnovBOARD SHIP CHANDLEItS-McKInzie Oertlng The northeast quarter of block 175. Representing Chas. H. tlliot Co. of O"ce-3i)5 Brent Building,
WANTED-A. U. Bingham wants your I & Co., wholesale and retail ship chandlers New City. S lots Just across the Philadelphia. 3nov2w HOUSE-300 feet west of Union Phone 823. Pensacola, Fla.
AND ROOMS at No :2 0Romana West moving: and hauling He guaranteesall and grocers. Only first-class house street from Bear's new residence Depot, on Wright street; best location,
street; good fare; '3.50 per breakage. I'hone 630. I of kind in city Fair prices to all. ; they are worth $1500. will FOR SALE-One first-class turpentine I best rooms, best.. house to stop at. Rates 0000 II II 0 0.0 II II II II II 0 II 0 II II II II II 0 II 0
wees. Mrs. Laura Comes gnov2! sell if sold quick at ...............$1400 farm. Eight crops low boxes. Round SOc per day. Zloctltn
"TED-Carrlagf's repaired and repainted CARRIAGES repaired ac- repainted. timber enough with place to cut thirty I: L. C. PHILLIPS Ph. M. C\\
FOR RENT-Rooms with or without ; floats built to order; horse Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga crops more. Do not apply unless you BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlaic Sf\rtngs.1 ,
board. Men only. Apply 11 West La- shoeiaz a specialty J. G Welsh Car specialty. J. W. Welsh. Carriage Corn- mean business. Address box 77. De- Good beds' airy rooms elegant I Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN .
Rua St. Tno'vlm riage t0.WANTEDThe. : pan}. if@b List your property with me if you want Funiak Springs.: Florida. Must be sold free bath and sample rooms. Special',; j jI
quick results. by November 20th, 1906. 2novl2 attention to'traveling men. Rates $%.00' and SURGEON
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished 2- tory : Merchants Iransfer Co. MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-WH- per day. J.. R. Brown. .Prop. Office and Residence, 12 N. PaUfox.

cottage on North Hill. Second door wants your moving: and hauling! All lie :Minis Pr pri tor. Furniture repairing FOR SA.LE-C load fine horses and SOUTHERN I Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., Ito 5 p. m.
from car line; 7 rooms all cunceniont's. : breakage guarantees T. B. Thors. of all kinds carpets laid, furni- mules Just received; also two mUch an the
For particulars address *Collage;; Care : Proprietor. Phona 978. ture packed for shipping Phone &3. cows with calf Can be seen at barn on year. American and European plan Phone 65.WWJiiWjj.
JournaL -inovlw Next to Tampa landing. 22april: J. W. Bullock Jr.Real West Intendencla street. Turton & Mc- Special summer rates. First-class in
respect. Pleasant and
WANT'EDA1Lkinds of electrical work.I Millan. 28oc every conven I
FOR'ItEl"TTw: nh'ely' furnished 'rooms sell all kinds of electrical batteries IL ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet lent. Mrs. T.' L. Bowen. Prop. Pensa

with board. at 122 West Chase. For and other ..!trical supplies. When you Iron Worker, cornice work and sky- Estate and Mortgage Loans FOR SALE-One-half interest in the O cola. Fla. ISapr DR. ALICE
gentleman only. Bath electric I light and need me ring 345 or 9ta; E. W. Peake. lights a specialty; roofing guttering and K. drug store. Florala. Ala. Purchase BAY HOTEL-Open night and W. HERMAN,
: New Star Laundry Bldg. U. Garden. to day. European -
telephone in connection. Phone 1163. repaIrIng. 109 East Government opera must be competent manage business.
4novlw house building. Phone 131$. 2Junelm Room 302 Brent Building. Clean stock, cash trade. H. H Mc- plan. Rooms light and clean. CHIROPODIST.
Transient trade solicited.
\NTCD 575-579 South
W --Second-hand sacks of all descriptions Dougald. Proprietor. 20oct I
l wanted.. If out of town ship Palafox. Jo, ,S. Nicolau. Prop. Room 301, Brent Building, 3d Floor.
TWO NICELY furnished rooms in -,
a private
famil>. Reference required. Apply them to' us; if in town ring us up at Nu. Box 173. Phone 637 PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The AD 'corns, bunions. Ingrowing naBs r*.
17 North Spring street. 4novl* ::34.:: or bring them to us!' at rorn.r; of PERSONAL. Journal magnificently illustrated COLORED'LODGE. moved scientifically without pain Man!.
I Chase and Alcanlz Sts. F. S. Mel'en! & J magazine, containing scores o; views of curing a !specialty. 2Joctlm
FURNISHED house to rent. Owner to Co. 2Sjuiy the city and harbor. For sale -t all
board with tenant. Phone :8;;. A CHICLET is Just exactly what you book stores or at The journal office By ---1
or call bike. I I. 0. S
I want when you ride a & D. of St. L.
20 cents.
: at 1102 East Gadsden street during the FOR SALE. mall Hsej t
: day. boyTWO Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem SECRET SOCIETIES.
I MONEY TO LOAN. REWARD.REWARD 'i'y FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN25,000brick Council No. Independent Order ...

NICELY furnished rooms. for rent .. ... FOR SALE-Driving mare. 4 years old. one 35-horse power engine 100 of Sons and Daughters of St. .
with without board ---------- ---- -- -- -- This Luke PENSACOLA LODGE; NO. 3.
or ; privilege of bath gentle good traveler. Any lady can .feet 1-lnch pipe. engine Jus. the
.- ,and phone; convenient to car line. Ad- UNLIMITED amount money to loan on -For return of setter puppy,", 7 drive her. C. R. Yaeger. 200 Thiesen thing for a small saw milL Address Box meets 2nd and 4th 'Wednesday nights Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of H
dress 1203 East Gadsden street. 27octlmo all kinds personal. property. on short months old-name Jack-white and liver building. SNov. ((103. Pensacola. Fla. Sloctlm of each month at their hall on Tarragona meets every Monday evening at 7;:i
notUe Terms easy Get my rates before ; o'clock at their temporary Castle H; ;4
t THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS suitable going 6where. Star Loan Co.. 116ViSouth West spots Government Was tolled and off South from Reus corner Wednesday of FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new :Mehlen 1 FOR PALE-Blacksmith shop and dwell- between Intendencia and Ro .: over Pou's stable. West Intendencia: St.

for light housekeeping, with privt' Palafox. 4novlm morning about 11:30, by two white & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. 'I ing, excellent location near Ice factory; mana streets- D. Hqward F. C. H.. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
Vega of bath. .opplyWest: Belmont. men about grown. One was of slight A bargain. Piano can be seen good trade large lot. good water, reason- Key. C. H. Jones Secy. No. 1 Frank H. 1:0RSLEt H. DENNU1D. C C
'. 28oct $EOoo.OO robe Investment to loan on good Pensa-30oct figure wearing gray suit of clothes, other by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct able terms: at Marianna. Fla. Address Scott F. C. H. Stella Dawson Secy. K. of R. & S.
rather stout. wearing brown leggtas. W. B. Taylor Chipley.' Fla. 100ctlmjFO
ROOMS-Furnished or unfurnlsh d. for was When last een were'going east on W est FOR SALE-One 6-room house in good No. 2 noT1.lmpdr ( KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
: rent. Privilege light housekeeping. 254 HAVE YOU IDLE MONEY in the bank Reward of $25 for arrest and condition with two large lots. Near SALE-One mUch cow and Meetings of tM
East street. I can get van, t per cent on the bestposslblf' Romana. ] f, half Jersey. Apply 216 Knights of Columbus
Gregory 28oct conviction! of guilty parties C. ;Ray car line. A bargain if sold at once. Apply Wes
Leslie E. Legal Advertisements.Notice are held at their hall
security. Brooks. 112 9 nov 359 Brent buIlding. lOnov Chase Tnova '
FOR RENT-Nely furnished front room South Palafox.A. oct20 MitchelL -- No. I West Intenden-
In private family southern exposure I Is hereby given that on the cia street on every
desirable! neighborhood and near business MONEY LOANED on real estate and eleventh day of December A. D. 19OC. at Monday evening at 7 .*
Use of bath personal property on short notice. o'clock. .An .Invlta
center. gas and phone. 12 o clock, noon, at the office of the
,Apply to 422 West Gregory or phone 1358.28ogtlm. Terms easy. J. W. Dullard, 28% South, Gulf Machine Works In Pensacola, Flor tion is extended tlvisltinsr
Palafox 5M. Phone 1144 WANT AD HERE.Send KniKhts.
'WRITE YOUR said ida a Gulf meeting Machine of the stock holders' of the JOHN B. JONES.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. I CAN LEXD YOUR MONEY at eight under e't: of a the corporationorganized state of J. S. LEOTARD. Grand Knight
with or'without board Table board. per cent If you have any that you Florida will be held for the of Recorder.
;, Phone, gas and< bath. No. 3 l>d.aOL want interest on, see roe about It. It voting the
upon proposed Increase
will be absolutely safe on real Journal office When need 'help haveanythingto of the DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
-. Zloctlm security. Leslie El Brooks.. .Phone estate, i6%. it to The. : day or night. you capital thousand stock dollars of said(ta.corporation 000HO. to fifty Naomi ,Lodge No 10 Daughters rf
FUR "ISIIED ROOM'for rent. Apply 301 and upon Rebecca. meet every Monday night at
V. Chase street. 21octTIOOMS hONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows exchangeor'yish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the 6th proposed paragraphs amendment of the charter of the 2nd of, 3rd and 8 o'clock in L O O F. halL Visiting
sell rent said
money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14fe corporation sisters cordially invited to be present.
FOR REXT with privilege of E. Government St. When in need call E E. W. F..CREARY MRS. J T. PULLIAM. N. G
light housekeeping, use of bath and on us.MONEY. REESE President MRS. HATTIE EVILLE. Sec.
phone; on car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson work. Secretary and Treasurer. novlOoaw4w
or phone 1457. lloctlm LOANED on all kinds of per RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
sonal property on short notice. Terms :: Rathbone Lodg, No. 30. KnIghts cf
PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to easy. J. B., Gray. & ,Co. 2 W. Romana. Pythias meetsery Thursday night at
board on North Hill second door from Phone H6;). Ifeb I six l. ORDINARY' WORDS MAKE'O! E' LINE. Pensacola, St. Andrews and Castle HalL Members of sister lodges
address No. 8 Invitel
car line. For particulars I and visiting brethren cordially
East fetrong. ISoctlm | UNLIMITED amount of to loan Gulf Steamship Co. to attend. J. M ROPER C. C
I money t C. J. LEVEY. K R. & S.
I all kinds .
on of personal property. Sp"!-- STEAMER TARPON _
FOR clean RENT furnished-Rooms rooms cheap, ;suitable reaL !newly for j jj-lal loans..rates The to New business York men Loan on 204 large ; .:' L, :'' :: : W. .0. BARROW, Master.FIRSTCLASS M. E B. A. No. $1. meets first ad
: light housekeeping on the hilL Location' South Palafox. Ox. Ji PASSENGER :AND third Wednesday eveniturs at 7:30 p. n.Raffurd .
high and healthy.. Close to car line. ', ;';- '. ; ;. FREIGHT SERVICE. hail, Xo. 10, West Intendecclastreet
t Privilege of phone and sas...Al>plrS14 E. ', ; 'L f"- .. '_ -Between- A. G FELL FTes.
It.l\1 ... I. '.1. L. SWEEXET. Secy.
!: Stronc Phone 1213. :; : PENSACOLA. MOBILE! APALACHICO. __


I -. MILLVILLE: Pensacola Lodge fto. 4. L O. O. F..
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LOST. FOR RENT-Until May 1st 1907 cottage And all points on St. Andrews Bay meets every Thursday evening at f Hat
.>=,i at FJshervflle. overlooking the bay and rab ene and, A ataehlcola. the new haD on Belmont and baylea

LOST-A bad case of indigestion by a shipping beautiful location; partially fur-: \ l ". SCHEDULE. streets. Visiting brethren cordially lavlted. -
-j young ady v'ueJ ChidE'ts. nUhnl Particularly suitable for parties "-: : 1a; Sunday. *:S p. ". B. R. WITKOVSKT. Iv. C
: A. KERLE. Secretary
spending winter here and wishing to do f .
!: LQ T lt-$TOLC>-Setter puppy '7 light house keeping. Rent 112.50. including Leave Pensacola. Tuesday f 30 p. m.
1'months -old: vti'Ue and liver spots.' Reward city mater. Address. 'B." Care JournaL ,. ,. ,:'. for St. Andrews. MlllvUle. Apalachlcohi! W. O W.
: C. Kai Ml cLelL Snov Snovlw ,: Carrabetle and tatennediat points. Live Oak Camp No. L W. O Wneet.s SrI
? For additional Information armly to in Pythian haIl the 1st and
:: LOST-LadY's gold watch: lost either on FOR REVT-nt.R.s Bingham has storage Rates The rate on. a want ad filling the above 25 cents first insertion E R. COBS. : ,J' R. AUN6ERS, Wednesdays in each month. Vlsit'.ntcivereigns
between and room for for furniture President s cordially invited
dummy or dummy dwpot
.;$,; Hanriy Kitchen. Reward for returC' to or other goods. lOt, and 106 South Tar- and 5 cents a dayjor each additional consecutive insertion.. Send cash with the ad. General Frt. and Pass. Agt. PtaS F:A BOGinCH, C. &
: Kitchen. SOoci, --. -" J> ,639. :, v cola.. Fla. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk
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NAVAL_STORES We now have all of our J5Double BreastedHarvard

Savannah OLe Nor. 9.-The naval storm-beaten docks work- RUDY ron } S S
stores market closed to-day aa follows: 1-.:

WW .................?.............| 50 ing, ,and are prepared to dock
WO .............(...................C 25 vessel from 100
N ................... ..............6 75 any to 3,000 L
M ..?...............1.... .........525 tons on short notice. We
I ...................................4 45
H ....................................4 30 solicit 'estimates from -
G....................................4 05 cap- BATTLES w-w =
F ............................-.4 00 tains and owners of vessels
K .....................................3 95 I -'
D ....................................3 90 requiring docking and re-[
fl-.z1 l li C ...................................390 / :;; 4 Here's one of the swellest
) Spirits Turpentine% to 68 cents. pairs. On the Gridiron This Afternoon
-. I'W:5'; 4c e.. Suits you will see this seasona i

PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. 4k.: late University model.
I The following Pensacola cotton quota- L With Pensacjolaf _
'tions are furnished by J., P. O'Connor & ts J The style is becoming to almost -
I bottle h. 'Co.. F. O. B. cotton brokers Pensacola, S ; School. r % ; ,
I Fla.. High 't the cloth
rL figure
sure to be as gao Good MiddUng..9% ,o' SS
I: Strict Middling .......................9* S t' and tailoring are far better
asyester< ays..Tie; 'Middling ....--.........................9% MOBILEALA.GULF S ,t--. l'
Strict Low MIddling ..................9s* .. The football team of the Mobile '5. than the average and all

same l h'igh qualityalways (variatlon. (' 4 I I Stains. and tinges nominaLNew Military Institute reached the cityJast i-S : things considered it is one of

I Renews-no vitality-l> and I York Open.Cotton High Market.Low. dose CITY COFFEE.fO..1 and night will be at ready 6:30 o'clock for the from battle Mobile this $ a S the most attractive designs i'

January .... 9.99" 10.00 9.57 980 '
imparts snap 2nd'Me. /i-;" It March ......10.16 1017 9.76 978 H. P. CHIPMAN, afternoon on the local gridiron with we have ever seen.
5 May ......1028 10.20 987 989 S S 1
Roasters Blenders and Shippers of.! 9 I
..Iii .. The eleven of the Pensacola High -
C003 E..ILEU.S1LL IT December 9.91 833 '.5: 955 Our guarantee and the ,makers' II :
.* Liverpool Spots 5.75. School. The visitors are in good'S1&pe SS_ SCHLOSS Bros. A Co.-goes with every
"B & B"} FineCoffees S
f Atlanta New York Spots 1010. S -
: for the contest, and are some- Suit. We know these garments are superior j I I.e IS

S.. Grain Market. OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL hat heavier than the local boys but t < -ht. Style Fit and Finish to anythIng S !
zr- { Wheat- GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.SM1LLANBR05.CO -S of the kind you can buy. .
Ope High. Low. Close. titter i' expect to overcome this : -
December ....72 73? 72 73 ---- ----.--
% % % : and\fast -
$ HICKS1CURES May .........'IT%' 78% 77% 78 Handicap by teamwork execution ,5' 5 Try, one of these University Specials:
Corn- of plays. .' -5 ?- S this Fall and be comfortably and stylishly '
r.r: :} Open. High Low. Close. \\A The game pormises to be a hard 55 dressed at small expense. -
CAPU lINE December ....42% 42% 42% 42% much
Interest is being
Il ......... Bought one and I-
:May .43% 43) 4:% 43* ) The cost Is
moderate -$15 to
r : Oats- surACTueres exhibited. This has been caused S WO- ;ti
Low. dose E STILlS S pierely a fair price for good material andS *f
Open. Hijfh. partly by the fact that it,will be the i ,
)eceaiber ....34% So-* 35% :35ilay TURPEH11 here in I }ood tailoring. Come and look. .
ALL ACHES ..........:35% 35% 3J% 35% :o-e)1. first game bfthe season S
rJ: AudNervousoesaTbW.1 'fJ1" :which a visiting team is engaged. and T '- -> :'
New York Stock Market. also because of the defeat administer. ,: ----
: AlJruUIi1nl ........... .. ) { ;? -
Sou. Pac. .. ... 91*, 91% ; team to the classical ;. S
.. Copper ....................110% HOT* ed by the M. M..I. 4
S. P. ...................1331; 133S I, School eleven a week ago.
I Ir I I.A. .....................?. 98', 7gT8 The, game will be played upon the ;;
Real Estate Transfers. R. ........_.....;......154 15} Bjeach'gridiron and will DEALERS
'in. R. T. ..................... 78% 78% I Palmetto ,
..!is: :Js a list of the real estate B. & O ........ ...........HO** I"7, i commence promptly upon the arrival
r.'Crdedesterday furnished by Erie ........................ 43% 431i i of the 3 o'clock car from the city.
Pars ... ..._ ........... -
-cla Abstract Co.: !I C.P.L .. 51 51% The will follows DESIGNED '
teams line-up as
tv r 'i U. S. .... ....48% 464 i WATSON PARKER & REESE 00
DEEDS. IT. S. PfC: ::::::::?....7..1019t: 104% I Mobile Military Institute Inge, & .
Zetear Harris. S.- ... ..... 35' :35; i tackle s ,
11 S l-Uver Co. to R. -- -- ;- left end; Green, 0., left ;
; .,s, West .King Tract-$60(,00. L. &, N. ........._..._... ..lUlja 143%; -- center FineClothesMsilters.8e1tioe.
: left Naylor
? \ "iiint Jr.. to E. D'Alemberte Lead ...........<..,........ 'li% 'iiinlL I Green C., guard; ; ..e #ewlPa ,
_: ; t. .0. inclusive block Ibl. New I P. ..;_..........;........ !.I3%, 93i' i Martin, right guard; Hleronymles.i "Everything to Wear. C'
.<."_ 'jU!i and other valuable consid-; I. a .......................174 173% SHIPPING i right tackle; Simmers right end;
...... ........... 'NEWS --- -
,. *". Can. Pac. .175 174% 1 half back Spotts-- n- --- -- --- 4
S l. \\llsoa to Elbert A. Clubbsi -i N. Y. C. ....................12SU 1'j% Chamblin right ; -i1--
1., 13 and 14 block 171. NewIrl' > P. O ... .. ?. 88', SS'A I wood full back; Cooper left halfback ,
i '--l(ttOU( and other valuableS 'Reading :::: ::. ::::::::::145% '14$ -- ; Quinn, quarter back. -1
,'1.11'. St. P. .....................170# 171% Sailed Pensacola School-Wilkinson,I I 1i q
Yesterday. HlgTi
Whiddon .. ... ..... .....
l' \. Holman to B. F. R. I / : 28% 2S% for LIverpooL "fDGE'JUIG":
,01', S m!5 at a post where the di- S. R. ............ -X,.... 33% 33 Vlvtna, Span 59. Arrotgen W. D., left end; Freeman left tackle; C.W.UK Aft.President JOHH PFEIFFER. Assistant CatWst '
viulng. JHof" lots 4 and 5 intersect with Penna. ........_..,........133% 139% Asuncion de Larrinaga, Bres, for Boyett, left guard; Wilkinson, A. M. E.CURK.Vics.Preild.nt Cashlt J.W.AKOREWS Assistant Casl u. ., q,!
the L & :N:- railroad thence running west U. P. ...............,......182% 182% Ellesmere. center; DeSilva,, right guard; Rogers,
Si! feet thence south 2i'S( feet, thenceeast Geo. F. Scannell Am sen, for New A. L BEARS FRUITPLANT
MJ: feet tht'ncenorth 208 feet to York. right tackle; BelUM., or White THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
point of beginnIng. being a Part of lot right end; Roberts or Sbuttleworth. l
m section 14 Tp 1 N. H 30 and 31 W, VESSELS IN PORT. right half back; Tales full back; ,
la the town of Powelton JoOO 00 OLIVE 1]I half ftNSHCOLA, HA.
P.obert Henderson to Rt. Rev. Edward L Steamsrnpa.Conway. White R., left. back; Palmes INDIGENOUS TO SOUTI-
P. Allen. Bishop of Mobfie-The south 190 Br ss. Prentice %2578 Rio Ja- quarter back. _
13 and :o. block 8:, New CityTract.SU0.O0. niero to master.Helsingburg. Opera House Building. '
feet of lots Swed ss Schriel 1422, All who expect to go to the game AFRICA MAY BE INTRODUCED .
-5 Huelva to Hyer Bros. should purchase tickets before boardIng DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. J f-.J'
Lewlsham. Br ss, Gavin, 1785, Rio Janeiro the car for no tickets will be on IN AMERICA. i
Special to The JournaL will be to the. Wm. S. Keyser. Co. I sale at the park. Tickets will be CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. '
Olive Nov. 9.-There Ships. L ::1
l L ANDERSUN I'I'Special preaching at the Olive Baptist churcQ Avantl. Nor. shIp, Anderson 164S. London taken up by the-conductors and each According to an .official of the de DIRECTORS. ,
to order.
next Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock Ferreira, Port ship Barros 506. Lisbonto > 1 person eiitelpthe! grounds: will be partment of :agriculture fruit-bearing f 1
and also Sunday morning at 11 a. m. master. expected to)' keep the stub of his hedges are among the latest novelties Henry L, Covington, Frank Reilly F. E. Brawner, i :
and 7 by Rev E. E. Rice of Pen- Canada, Br ship Spurr 2237, Rio ticket in show that'his admission -for introduction into this country says J. M' Pfelffer., W. S. Rosasco<: C. W. Lamer i
p. m. second Satur Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. I has .been'pal&SOCIALIST the Philadelphia Record. Bryan Duimody, T. F. McGourio J. R. Saunders, it
sacola. Preaching Ant-
Inerid. Nor ship. Dannell. 1260.
to The JournaL and Sunday in each month werp to McK. Oerting & Co. The plant In question is imported A. M. Avery. W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura j.: J' !
day night
Anderson. Nov. 9.-Mr. J. W. Mulat, Rice. is cordially Lena Hal! ship Tassara, 1581 Londonto VAN EN from 'South Africawhere it is known W. U Cewthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oerting 1 .t..t.I
Rev. Everybody
by order. Alex JlcGosln. C. yi. Covlngton, M. t:. Clark.
rice-president 01 the Sale-Davies Co.. invited,to attend. S Barks. FLORIDA as the matungula. Its flower Is I I''r

has just returned from Albany Ga., Miss Mary Cobb of Pensacola, is Afredo, Uruguayan bk, Maragas, 887 ROUTE TO white and the fruit, a red one, is per ftlety faittexts ier not ttJUl tUG sad (514 the year. Frivite apartment 1 ::. 't II''

where he has been visiting friendsand expected to be the guest of Mrs. D. M. Montevideo Alfhild Swed to H.bk.H S\ensen Thornton., 133, Dur- Logansport.Ind., Nov. 9.-A van evergreen fectly edible., makes The the shrub finest, a kind thrifty of in cecaettfon: for the convenience of customers. { !

relatires .
Merritt and family Saturday and Sun ban to master. that drove intQ town yesterday at I
\\"orX "n the new mill being built Andrea. Nor bk. Quale. 114. Durbaa to : It hedge. The plant's botanical -naive Is Fourpercent lnterestPald en Time Deposits.THE .
S on along
tracted some.attention. was 'j \
If the Sae-Cavies! Cd. was begun day.Mrs.. J. }{.-Davis and little son. Fay master.Campbell. ,Nor bk, Kauskrn, 1100. drive froin1 Benton Harbor Michigan given as carissa whencethe grandlflora.In S

three nwks ago under the.supervis- were the guests of'Mrs. J. M.Harper Stav'anger to MeK., Oerting &: Co.Cbacmo to Florida,, In the Interest of so Natal. queer plantis S -
ion of Mr J. R. Arnold as head millwright and family,Wednesday last- Nor bk, Jorgensen 651;; cialism. H. E. Allen called 'The Socialist obtained the fruit is one of the :, Ji
Fleetwood to oracr most popular rarities found on the .
and it will not be many Miss Anna Creighton was'the'guest Hereford. Nor bk. Jensen 1380, :Rosario Farmer?* accompanied by his market. It is about the diameter of CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK .
months Anderson boast of
ere can Lizzie Merritt last Mon- constitute
i of Miss on to onler. wife son and James Walker,
one of the largest and most modern Heimdal. Nor bk. H 11I5CDo 1354 Hull S a large damson plum but hag an -
day. S to the company. elongated form and a distinct point PENSACOLA 'I'IA
saw mills in the state ofFlorida. The :
evening last Rev. Senterfitt Mumt
On Sunday >erto, Span. bk. 1111 Battle, Havana Allen Is worth several thousand Europeans in South Africa 'recommend -
machinery will be purchased from the of, the West Hill Baptist church to order. dollars and Is paying his expenses General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. K.t.'j :
the fruit of the hedge for use
Allis-Chalmers Co. and will includetwo Isabel Browne Rus bk. Llndqulst 1231, ;-
baptized two young ladies in the beau- and giving his-time for the good of -: '
in salads
bands and one gang, all of the tiful pool of water near the Olive Hull Kink to Oscar master.It Nor bk, Johnson. 752.:! the cause. They hold street meetings Bfsutiful When in Bloom.I j'
'latest Improved style. The company church the parties being Miss Har. Rosario to A. Zelius. where they .stop and report much in : Correspondence Solicited-- M. Bushnell. Cashier. .
> Td the hedge of the amatun-
has also several miles of standard 1030, Santos 1 roP1 riett Beal and "Miss Lena Harper.Mr. Ldlla Nor ,bk, Aanonsen. socialistic
where no
gill! ; described as a beautiful sight,
laid and the locomotiveis to order. S "
gauge Robert Merritt is boarding with Lluis Uruguayan bk Lopez 100. Havana address. has ever before been the ,ite pasaininhke flower being in ----i 1
the of
to end
caking regular trips .

the returning road, carrying 1th logs steel for the and small ties mill and his ing brother a business in Pensacola college. and attend- Lynn Maria to to, order.master.Ger bk, French, 1922." Kings give Allen. says that the people must ac marked foliage. contrast Later the to conspicuous the dark green red City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. '. ;!k

now in operation. Croup.A Marina Madre. Ital bIt Sunonatta, cept the socialism In the near future of the fruit offers another pleasing Denomination JI 000.00 each. Dated January 1st. 1906. Maturing January 1st. t..
146*. Genoa to order. have 'a trust domination that will 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1st 1926. Interest Payable Seml-Annually. P
The "schooner Lucy H., one of the reliable medicine and one that S Negpore Nor ,bk. Ojerdsen.' 112S. East. or only sport of tli? remnant left sightrn WE OFFER ,FOR SALE THESE BONOS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE ;.. \\l}
make raise the shrub it is
London to A. Zelius. S order to IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.
the storm at
many boats damaged by should always be kept in the home t -!
Costa, Genoa to or- Their slogan is !;
OU\ari. Ital! .bk of free government. necessary that the seeds be sown ina
Pensacola and owned by the Sale-Da for immediate is Chamberlain'sCOugh .
use "
vies Co, is now at 'the:wharf at this Remedy. It will prevent the der.PalJas, Nor bit, Johnson 1219 Plymouth "Let. the Nation Own- the Trusts. bed and when the plants are six The Peoples Bank of Pensacola 1'11:1; :
Inches must be set in the
high they
to A. Zelius ,
place and being repaired by the attack if given as soon as the child Swedish Copper Mines. ,
UHch, 1934 Antwerpto ,
Nor bk. chosen for the and about
Superb hedge
Motes Bros. We hope it will not be becomes hoarse *or even after the place Pensacola. Fla.
& Co. Gothenburg
Zelius .
A. 9 A '
Stockholm, Nov. a foot apart in alternate rows. The I fIll I!
will be making /
long before the "Lucy" croupy cough appears.. For sale by Schooners. English capitalists !
regular'trips to Pensacola again. all druggists. Clara B. Kandeli. Am sen. 863 Caibar-. company, backed by more they are trimmed the more they --------< ,
Merritt & Co. 'Mr, J. Swinburne Mr. ----------- !
len Cuba, to J. A. ; including interweave their branches which are Ji1
Donna ChrisUna.-Am ash, McLeod. 16a' D. Stelnhardt and a mining'expert tough and thorny.A :1

...... ...........-.................................-... Belize Dornlra to master.Br sch. Reddle. 2001,.St..Lucie. Mr. Martin have at Stora bought Strand the in large Dais related species with pendant ,; 11: 1I" I
mines barberries in
to master. copper edible fruit, resembling
Freddie Heucken, Am sch, Bryant, 47i. lund Sweden which are said to be shape is grown in the municipal garden -
I Co.i I Havana to master. 4, worth at least J7.000.000. Reserve ,in Cape Town. It is recommended Money OrdersWhen :: !

Witcher & WASHINGTON CO. waterfalls for electric power are close for ornamentation of lawns ana
Zemurray at hand while the communications are parks in the subtropical regions of

AT THE FAIR excellent. and the production cheap. America "

Kaffir Plum Tree is Hardy. sending thro
i Commission Brokers. i The Chipley--Verdict says:. The Chapped Hands. Another plant from South Africa money tl J

closing-of the Gulf Coast Fair at De-- Wash your hands with warm water which It is hoped will find a placein the mails why not use the 3'-..;.

: Funiak Springs last Saturday,, left to dry.with a towel and apply Cham the warmer sections of the United Bank Money Orders-New S : ';
Pensacola and New Orleans i Washington county again, the first berlain's Salve Just before going to States is the kaffir plum a beautiful 'York Better t. ] :
820' : place as an agricultural county .In bed. and a speedy cure 'Is certain. shade tree that grows so sturdily Exchange. :I n
11 W. Intendenela. Common. also unequaled for skin that strong winds cannot injure it ffice : '
West Florida. Last year Washington This salve is express or post money a
1 W county easily captured the first prize diseases. For sale by all druggists. It produces a wood which botanistssay :
for'the county exhibits and this year, is almost indistinguishable from orders, because costs less, .[. f.:
Cotton Stocks Grain Provisions
f before the fair was well underway it mahogany. is absolutely safe, and you ,: f'., 't'

: bought and sold' on margin or for investment. :. was ceded readily that Washington seen and generally county's con-.,exhibits THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO and The, the trunk'foliage of the is kaffir very plum dark Is gray and (don't have to fill out :: i t,J

t. S. were the best on the groundand green. The tree grows in the shapeof any complicated "application'f': :

: Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. : it was only a Question which -APALACHICL4% FLA. a vase. Its bright jed fruits are blank." : f :

'S would receive first and which would Manufacturers o! ornamented and prized by the native 1 '
: receive second prize. The Judges decided children, but are, not valuable for the ,,
: Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. i in favor of the Pleas exhibitfor market. ...:or shade trees in the frost -. ,i. :j jif

first place and the Chandlee exhibit -S Cypress.Shingles.. less sections of' the United States --- r"J
the agricultural department strongly -
for se ond. Collier brothers
.............. .....................................: were given the first prize for. the best -x 4" xlS' recommends. the cultivation of this

exhibit from one farm. %"x&"xls"Cypres kaffir plum. FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF j ?

These awards speak much for Tanks of all DescriptionS Vo Cleaa GUs GlobEs.To
ntivefl Out Washington county. The fair covers wash them
and Price List clean glass globes
e. f'S all of West Florida and a part of Write for Catalogue with soap and water to which a little PENSACOLA. FLA. ; .
the distinctionof I-
South Alabama and
-. ; II lemon has been added. Thegreat S .1
being the, best agricultural countyin I --- I salts of Designated Depositary of the United States. '
to Die difficulty of getting the ground :111;
the whole of this district, ia held: .. :
in no light esteem.Mr. I I portionof the globe to look white is mJ
: settling in the roughness ishud W. H. Knowles. PresMent W. K. Hyer Jr., Vice-President and Caihler. r1 '
: Pleas to Tampa next week LAUNDRY that grease
-S Clean out your home,bam, shop with the Washington goes county exhibit; THE to remove by eoap and water I Thos. W., Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. As."t Cashier. j
: all rats mice cock : Director -F.C.Brent W.A.Blount. W. IL Kaowles. VT. K. Hyer: Jr, l' i
tt warehouse After
or W4 to hear: that by the help of soda. i
:i and we expect Washington That c !/give you the alone or even O. O. Brent.
:b roaches and other vermin by using Steams is remembered then also::. Every i I the' globes have' been carefully I. !

,.*.5* Electric Rat and Roach Paste. This is Sure citizen should feel proud of the distinction -, best work will cost youno I washed In the manner recommendeddo -- '

.e :' Death to all these vermin. A 25c box of the county enjoys and all I more to patronize not,dry them with a cloth, but after S 5 1
should work harmoniously togetherto water them for ;
; allowinR the to ran on
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& ; Scarns' Electric let the desirable emigrant, .now 1 than one whose work I awhile let them drain dry. J.' t \,
that he can find a home here. doubtful and with finishlout
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& Ra and Roach Paste There will be a regular of date. Our work RescueS'Ov.rslee' protectthe WOOD FIBRE PLASTER ". ,

v,2rc properly csed will kill off all rats and mice in the house i in meeting A. Chapter.of Mt No.Horeb, 6., .on R. 1 gives perfect satisfac- I Ornamental dress sleeves oversleeves while working at a ,!._ '' ,.t,

a single night and quickly rid you of waterbugs. cock4't F Monday. 12th Inst.S at 1:30: 'I' desk can be made out of those pretty -: !;
It to and sold p. for walls. It makes a good even : t
is use plastering
roaches, bedbugs, etc. easy mV, E. r colored bordered handkerchiefs eo nu- : ,t
t5-f \t -. under an absolute guarantee to refund the money ANDERSON.Secretajyi. tion.The Steam meroua and Inexpensive to chops. Cutoff and smooth surface one third. fibre, two- ,

I if it does not do all that claimed for it. 'j Star t twoof the corners and sew the ker- thirds sand.Saunders. S ...

-\' 2OLbOZ.23C.. 16oz.bozl.00. CREW NOTICE. chief together In inch a manner that .
,e' Neither the Captain Owners Laundry remaining corner runs up In ,a 1
('\' nor Consignees of-the Swedish one
Steams' Electric Paste Co.BufUla. '""" steamship Helstogborg' 3 point above the elbow, whIle the other Mill rJ

N.Y.. U. S.A.fonnertr will be responsible' for' debtsves'L '37 E. Garden St. Phone 114 I Is turned badt .t the wrist to form a Company, .;
contracted by crew of .said :
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: COlORED-JUDGE andTOBACCOS TWIT : Twenty ;With Indigestion. I

Cured :by. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.

. . . .
Election of Negro 'Raises a Calls Forth Talk About . .. I

Big Rumpus in_ the "Geographical Lines.", : :: : : : :. : .. OFFICE OF I
Are the the best hat I
product of. AH the leading brands of Cigars, Cigarettes -
Pipes and Tobaccos, which are always Distribution of .
Windy City. -Just right" ,as our.>case Is kept The Cije prison Commission of
makers in the business. just,moist enough to'k>ep them In .perfect eorgia
condition yet npt -too damp to destroy Offices. "' I .. .'

;; We have enough different styles Chicago, III, Nov. ", 9.-Chicago Is We'the ha.e pleasure,fine Brier of the Pipes smoker.from' 25c,t to. JOS.S.TURNER. TOM EASON.CoDUUSJ1oner.: -: **-. SLEMEIT A.EVANS.

just awakening to realization of sLoe. .Meerschaum PIpe $3.00 to 'S.00Pipesmake Chairman. CoocasiBMi.OOODLOS .
what it means to have a negro'judge, very desirable presents.. to The JournaL YANCT i.C.MOORE

in varying dimensions, to ,fit any and the howl of protest which .began Washington Special, NOT. 9.-1'he proposed ,. _. ._. ,,SecreUty. Stats Warim.
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gained'in crecendo'day Roosevelt'ScabInet '
yesterday to- re-adjustment of President . .
i face with a hat that's becoming when it was announce} that Fred ilooton'sPharmacy has called forth sometalk !'

erick L. Barnett the judge in question about geographical lines." An examination ATLANTA, August 10, 1904

well as smart. Our hat prices would not be assigned exclusively f The Birthplace of of the official record shows E. C.DsWrrr & ,Co., Chicago IlL ,
range to the trial of cases involving per that cabinet positions have been distributed -
Dear Sirs-u I have suffered !more than twenty from
Prompt years Indi
sons of, his own race. I Delivery. as follows
from $J.50 to $6.00 with some "This is not a Jim .Crow court". Since the 'organization of the government gestion. About eighteen months ago I had grown so much, worse that J
declared Chief Justice Olson, of the New bad :30:
? York has JDem-
PHONE 1100. crust of corn bread and could not retain
I could not digest a
extra good, values at $3.00. new municipal court. "I shall assign bers; Pennsylvania 28; Massachu anything
Barnett where I think he'will do the seth 23; 'Ohio. 20;. Virginia 16; Maryland on my stomach. My, heart would beat so fast I could not sieep, at

most good." KNOWLES. BROS. 14; Kentucky, 12; Indiana. times I would almost draw double with pain in the pit of my stomach.
two 8
Barnett was elected years ago 11; Connecticut 8; Tennessee ;
to a two-year term as municipal judgeas Georgians:, Iowa, 8; Maine 6; Missouri I lost twenty-five pounds; in fact, I made up my mind that I could not

a republican, despite the fact that Insurance., 6J Illinois, 6; \visconsln 6; live but a short tune, when a friend of mine recommended Kcdol
he ran 30,000 votes behind the' next New Jersey 5; Michigan, 5; Delaware -
lowest candidate on that ticket. It is IRE! ., LIFE ACCIDENT, MARINE.. 4;, ;:North Carolina. 4; Mississippi Dyspepsia Cure. I consented to try it to please him and I was better I

said that Thomas Lantry. Democrat, General Agents of ,4; South Carolinafl 3; Louisiana -" one day. I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and am in better
THE JOHN who lacked only 499 Totes of defeat The New 3 District
WHITE STORE Equitable 3; Hampshire ;
ing Barnett, will demand a re-count. of Colombia 3; Minnesota 3; West: health than,for many years. Kodol did it. I keep a bottle constantly

Barnett was heavily scratched by the LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW Virginfa, 3; Vermont 2; California, and write this hoping that humanity will be benefited." (

Republicans but managed to squeezein YORK. 2j_Colorado,1: Ancansas. 1; Alabama,
- Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear on the Republicans landslide because 309 South Falafox Street. 1; Nebraska. 1. and Oregon 1. In Yoursvery truly,

the voters failed to bunch their this the office of postmaster generalis -- -

: Phone 225 205-207' PALAFOX ballots for any one of the Democratic. not Included until the administration C t .xS ..ilLrnt-
candidates. Just Received. of President Jackson when it
Chief Justice Olson, who will apportion Imported Macaroni. Sweet Oil. Cheeses was first raised to that dignity. : C

? the cases to the twenty-seven Dill Fish Pickles. Pigs Feet.Sauer Spanish Kraut. Mackerel.Onions. Pilot Cod L i No cabinet officer has been taken I Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure-Is the only digestant or combinatca: cf

judges comprising the court, was as- Bread, French Navy Bread. Everything i from florida. Idaho. Kansas, Montana,
: sailed from all sides tiHlayrlth demands fresh. Witch and new. North Dakota South Dakota, lezas.:! digestants that:will:digest all l classes of food. In addition to this fact
Hazel $1 00
) F. DAVIS that Barnett be assigned tocgses Marine Grocery per gallon. Utah Washington or Wyoming. Virginia -; It contains, in assimilative form the greatest known tonic and reconstructive :
JEWELER involving negroes, but he resolutely -I Company. vas not without a place in the
, refused to consider such an ac- V._J. VIDAL, Manager cabinet from the organization of the properties. All'other digestants and dyspepsia remedies
. New Brent Building Now in tion. From: many points came criticisms i government until the administrationof digest certain i :ciasses-of. food only, and are lacking,in reconstruct
23 S. Palafox St. of the politicians who secured Andrew :Jackson when it dropped -

, I- -_----_____-------_- _ _--, Bamett's nomination and in some circles RAILROAD FROM from the cabinet' roll and was not restored -: properties .

i..t........ ................. that the he outspoken*demand was made until Tyler became president Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Is prepared at the laboratory cf E. C.
., resign. Since 1860 ,the state has not had a '
: DeWitt & Co. Chicago, and is sold by leading druggists everywhere.
It was declared that ,lawyers and ORLANDOTOS/1/ member of the cabinet, except for one .

| Dislike to Carry in Coal ? j litigants generally WQuld be unwillingto month during Grant's second term
accept trials before a, negro,judge. when James \\V Marshall served as 1t
Barnett, although stung by the wide- postmaster general for that length of Ia

i It is a lot of trouble and J'other--causes) so spread criticism, said that he had no NEW DEEP WATER PORT TO BE thne: It was. not. until Cleveland ''KodolDyspepsia! Cure IC
intention of resigning. Arkansas had cabinet -I'
. nrst term that a
+4 much dirt, dust and soot. The better way is to : DEVELOPED I IN ,SOUTH place and not until his second: 1f

that Alabama had that honor. Mon- 1J
: Let the Gas Pipe CarryYour Fuel :I HEARST BUILDING, FLORIDA roe was' the first' to call a South Carolinian : DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

into the cabinet, and his choice
i For both cooking and heating It effectually : IN SAN FRANCISCO I Orlando, NOT. 9.-Cor-W. T. Wells, was'John C.-'Calhoun., who served as FOR SALE BY HOOTON'S PHARMACY.which r a
; secretary of war through both admin-
: dispenses with the coal problem and the extra : ., of Melbourne, Fla., was mn the city istrations. The state did not have t

: t labor incident to the use of coal. Gas cooking : last evening and held ;a. "consultation another;:until Van Buren's:time, when she bad worn to protect her V 15

: range i installed $12 and $13; Gas heaters, 1.59 : TO BE COMPLETED WITHIN 12 at the San, Juan,hotel with represen Joel R.' Pointsett became secretary ot gloves, and then leaning slightly on a
tatives from the boat l' f trade and war. When 'frier' ijlet broke to Mr. Frye's arm; she walked to her a

; : to $10. :: MONTHS-FIRE AND, prominent citizens' In reference to anew pieces' he called Calhoun into the cabinet carriage: which was in waiting. f
-- again. this time as secretary ot
'QUAKE PROOF. railroad' from'ptace: to the state.. Comments 'on Weather.

t Pensacola Gas Company: east coast. Cot Wells, is vice-presi: .Just prior ,to the closing; of the IC
i dent and general manager of a company : Cleans Out the System.L. door one of the women members of

Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Strsat. i: San Francisco Special to, Nor.The Journal, incorporated. in 1903' and knownas L. L. (Lamar's Lemon Laxative) the household approached and adjusted r

....................t............... ...... .. .... pleted as it will be within twelvemonths i the Central Florida' -and. Indian is a gentle laxative that thoroughly a. cushion,, and- ,as she withdrew 'Ia'Vf
the Hearst building will contain : River .Railroad. ,s, cleanses the system and removes ail Sirs. Eddy said' to her and to Mr.
-- over six hundred offices The The purpose of the 'company .is to impurities: It never .gripes. Does Strang in a voice sufficiently loud to I
construct a line from ,point a fewmiles the work by gently touching the be heard through the closed door of
need have for cornices and window penetrations :will t
no terrors you L be' dssirated wiai bighl-colored' tiling south of Melbourne to a point liver. the house by'us, who stood Inside: t

WAS IJ D AY if you send your washing to of the glazed tarety and the shaftof known as Deer Point, '4nd from that 'All' druggists 50c. Hit is a little colder than yesterday I C
point one line will run to Bartcrw
adobe still pleasant and then'by a
: The New Method yellow will give a spanish I t:
Laundry, another'line to Orlando.. The object -
Mission style to the building, which and LIGHT HOUSE BREADnone smile Indicated her desire to drive'on..
FHONE tt86 C. W. LAWRENCE Prop. &e. Method Laundry Bldg.: W. liJ.U.U n has been the motif adhered through being to open for development The Associated Press- eII et

AGENTS WANTED. cut the preparation of the plans. ; the rich farming and turpentine land genuine. without the ent remarked to'the editor

i The architects haye been given a. along the St Johns river' and Lake label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- triot: "Mrs. Eddy looks correspond-I' FOR THE DAY OFF! 1:
free band and the contract calls for a Washington.. and also to furnish an better than she did when
LOST CAR RABL11 builius that is -are outlet to the sea coast,for the south ery.. _ porters were out here" and Mr. The Derbjr Hat might be more or less
as and: .'quake, to the waurel the Soft Hat would be
}BOOKSJu proof as is possible. One measure; to era portion of the state. At the pointof Strang replied that that was doubtless much more in keeping with the 'gay and 11
starting, on the coast, there is a due to the 'festive' possibilities.
r-f taken to insure the latter' quality excitement under '\\
: SCHOONER fOUND is Ire depth to which the foundationswill natural deep water"harbor which can MRS. EDDY SEINBY11IWSPAPLR which she labored at the time, and 'I We have in the,all"HA the WES"latest soft shapes bate-ancolors t!:i T;

extend underground fully three be improved to receive L.the I largest that she was usually more or less em- I hats that carry the money back guana C
stories steamers. The rich phosphate beds barrassed by strangers. tee of best all-around satisfaction.
being below the level of thestreet I a:
received new shipment of Conls-I : in the vicinity of Bartow and the MAN I All the latest styles in Derbies too.
: The steel frame'of the .build'I All three .
tons. Lady Baltimore. Fitting! Chance. All guaranteed.SEE
Jane Cable The L ad"!>, Lion &. Mouse DESERTED BY HER CREW AT THE ing itself will be modeled on ,the Eiffel I t fruit and vegetable interests of this Sells More of Chamberlain's Cough OUR WINDOWS. rcIi
Idlers, Euckannon \\ife, Jungle, Pam. tower in I and adjacent counties would be very '
FISH IN Paris wlui wide-spread Remedy than of All Others Put tl
Blindfolded. Anthony Overman and materially benefitted by cheaper and We Are Sole Agents.GET .
others. ing base and tremendous arms of WATCHED HER WALK DOWN Together. C'11cIIt
: Also these new hooka-some- only ten : MOBILE. steel encased in heavy meshes of. quicker.. transportation and the country 1f
days oh the presses; Sir 1\i eel (A Conan \ metal laths, which will re-enforce the rapidly improved that is now but STAIRS UNAIDED AND Mr. Thos. George a merchant al ONTO THE BIG NOISE AND GET
: I>o>'le'a new book and his masterpiece solid concrete walls. thinly settled and operated. In addi-- Mt Elgin Ontario, says; : "I have had A FANCY HAT BAND. Itg

' the "Water.I, Caroline Her Brothers Lee Lady Letters Betty Across In Old The Mobile Register says: The- tion to this such a line would open a START ON DRIVEN the local agency for Chamberlain's. S-JVC; : >:NrE] '
i Virginia, Wife of Secretary of Mate, MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE new direct line of passenger traffic Cough Remedy every since It was Introduced ., ,
- Second Violin, Richard Elliott, Financier, schooner Addie, of Carabelle, Fla.. 73 from the south and eastern parts of A special from Concord N. H., says: into Canada and I sell as THE HABERDASHER.
and otht>rs.'Publlshers'. which was found moored at the DEGREES; MINIMUM 58 DEGREES '
? the state which would be of great Harland C. Pearson local representative much of It as I do of all other lines
prices 50 11cIIthC
$1 and $1.5. mIn wharves of the Star Fish and Oyster
f 1.30 and $llUARRY'T.. advantage to Orlando Thousands of of the, Associated Press and I have on my shelves put together. 222 S. Palafox. ,
? Company, desterd by her crew, will IC I The maximum temperature record tourists come to Florida{ every year the editor of the Patriot at the invitation Of the many dozens sold under guarantee -
in a few days leave for her home ed at the local weather bureau
port yesterday -
who do not see anything of the east of Mr. Frye, one of Mrs. Eddy'ssecretaries. I havp not, had one bottle re -
in command of Capt. James R.,Pickett t was 7: degrees at 10:40 a.m.: turned. I
t coast for the reason that the connec- stocd in the hallway while can personally recommend
HOWLAND, who came here for the purpose. of re while the minimum was 58' degrees at tions are so long and disagreeable to ilrs. Mdy c'Ule.down the stairs. this medicine as I have used It myself Florid a and Alabama hiII

Manager, DC Luna Book Store turning her. 6:30 a. m. get from Palm Beach:'Miami, etc, to Tbiy couM! not be seen by her and and given It to ,my children and
About' a month ago three fishermenwho Last year on the same date the
the central and southern! portions of she was to'ally unaware of their pres always with the best results." For J LAND COMPANYManufacturers 8'ft
were workiig shares the maximum 66 -
on on was degrees and the sale by"all
De Luna St. druggists.
Phone 149L j the state. :
.. ence.With
schooner left Carrabelle' and from I minimum 50 degrees. ? her hand sliding along the i ot
unanao is aiive to advantages 6t
r that time until the time that the owners of such a line as Mr. Wells means to banister and the other barely touching "Runyan's Rollers." and Dealers in
that the schooner was in construct and will give him every the wall, she descended without LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- -
this city no word had been received. How's This? apparent hesitation aLES AND
I from them possible aid and encouragementA PLEASED'WITH KILN.DRIED SAP. h(
I I The Carrabelle We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward short time ago Mr Wells sent As she reached the foot of the U
THE MORE I'' of packet Company, for any case of Catarrh that cannot, be samples of the peat that is ,manufac- stairs, Mr. Frye, who was standing UNIVERSITY 1%(
(owners not hearing cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure-
from their schooner thought that she F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, OWe tured is this city to experts in England there,: removed a pair of mittens The Gainesville-Sun says: Hon. Wm- ItI:
the undersigned. have known F..J who examined it'with view Coal
a to and WoodWe (
had been .
lost M.
PARTICULARYOU in the storm of Sep Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe' : - Holloway State Superintendent of
I tember, and were somewhat surprisedto him perfectly honorable ,in all business ascertaining its value as a fuel for Public Instruction, made an official m
learn of her being in this port. transactions and financially able to carryout producing electric power, etc. He visit to the University of Florida

The condition of the schooner, how any obligations, KINNAN made&by MARVIN his firm.WAUJING .; has received the most flattering reports "The Best Is What We Sell" Wednesday, the first official visit he deliver Ice Coal Charcoal ar.?

ARE ever, shows that she has experienced Wholesale Druggists Toledo, O' from' the engineers.who tested has made since the opening of the Wood anywhere In the city. We can hsI
some of the: bad ;weather along the HalTs Catarrh Cure is taken Internally1! it, and says there Js no'question institution In Gainesville. He supply you in any quantity and or.
I coast The acting directly upon the blood and mucous but what there is a great future for was received service ia always (t
crew according to Captain prompt.
surfaces of the system: .Testimonials ; cordially President Andrew
the moreoifll I'icVett. is to be safe and sent free. Price 75 the manufacture of peat in all partsof We have feCt
: appreciate thought .cents. per:bottle Sledd. a ad was shown throughout the
have desterted the vessel here while: Sold by all druggists. Florida when the proper materialis building and Steam and Domestic Coal.
; our clothing for intoxicated. Take. Hall, Family POla for. .constlpapation .. ,.- found. The Orlando plant has in our must say grounds."I that I feel proud of Wood Cut Any Size. L'bl
passed beyond the experimental stage
men. The more you Captain Piciett said that the crew our new University," remarked Prof.
know about materials had sold two cargoes of fish, one In and Messrs. Cheney and Payne are Holloway, In referring to his visit E. G. SEWALL hI
developing the business fast
as as
Pensacola ,
and the other their
' on arrival -I am very much pleased and grati- Inor
possible.Mr. .
and workmanship, the here. 1906CROP fied at the excellent condition of Phones 614-363. 26 N. Tarragona Sv
Wells visited the factory this every
t quicker you will be to An English Author Wrote: 1 MATERIALS/ morning and was pleased with. the department, especially when it is toTc
taken Tcn
"No shade I IJe.avesXov'm its consideration that this Is ------
recognize the superior no shine, no fruit, no plant and work.n
the first In
term the
new buildings.
- er! Many Americans .FORTIW Itex
values we offer at mod- would add no freedom from ca; : ; Time of, Peace. Naturally one would expect to find Opera House

Look for tarrh which is so In the first : matters to a certain extent disorgan- "JCC
erate prices. aggressive during months of the Russia ized, and I
expected it
this month that it becomes constantly THANKSGIVINGCAKE Japan war we had a'striking exampleof under the circumstances ONE NIGHT ONLY ;

the troublesome. There is abundant the necessity for preparation and Prunes, ; but I ,was happily disappointed Monday November 12. In
proof that as everything was in pfir- ,
catarrh is the
a constitutional rly'advantage of those who so
KUPPENHEIMER disease., It is related to scrofula and to speak, "have shinned: their roofsIn ,: Eop Peaches, fect system and'working order, and Jules Murray

consumption, being. one of the wast. You can get them all here'and dry weather The virtue of preparation Layer Raisins, no Prof.more could have been expected PRESENTS 111,
: LABEL.It's ing diseases. Hood's' Sarsaparilla have the assurance that they're absolutely -' history, and Holloway left on the after bede
.. II _has made given to Seeded Raisins noon train for SYLVIA LYNDEN
has fresh Jacksonville
I shown that what is capable of and pure. -. us our greatest men. The individual from
whence he will IN
return to
your guarantee of I'eradictlng scrofula, completely cures'catal"h Nuts of all kinds, as well"as'.the nation, should be prepared Mince Meats Tallahassee th
and taken In time prevents for: any Are
; emergency. you 1 Figs Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.A that
'fit, fashion and fabric, consumption. \\e cannot see how Currants, Raisins, prepared to successfully combat the few weeks .
and perfect satisfaction any sufferer can put off taking this Citron Spices etc.Or first cold you take? A cold can be Dates, that ago I had a bilious' attack 1(
medicine. in view of the was so severe 1 was not 1
widely published cured much more quickly when treat
too.. record of its radical and If you prefer we can supply ed it has _, Currants, able to go to the'omee for two daY .
permanent with the National Biscuit as soon as been contracted Falling to te.Ia
you get rallef
$16 to $27.50. cures. it Is undoubtedly Company's Fruit Cake which U and before It has become settled in Citron, physician's my family
I America's Greatest Medicine for I unexcelled for genuine goodness.. I the system. Chamberlain's Cough Plum Chamberlain'treatment took three of flIt

America's greatest disease.-Catarrh.., I I,Remedy Is famous for its cures of Pudding. Tablets Stomach and, Liver

H, 0. ANSON worker II Alfman.street has moved ia tin.the. COpPerand opera to '109 house Kast sheet building Government Iron- Sol Cahn& Co. I S,ready all colds druggists.and for it instant should kept For at sale hand by Rosen au 6 G elds a the lets new News.are man.and for Cbapin-sale the L S.Bailey.all day C., druggists.These I Editor felt tab like of tit anzn.1rfrc:;


; ., CASH ClOTHIER -none ,genuine without the SMtlmett Coratr p*laff. sad, IM a4.*cU I- genuine without the 116 SOUTH PALAFOX 5T. HOUSE BREADnone Ieit
genuine without
Comer Pal.fuud Uaia. label., Pfeiffer's am Bak- PhonesJ'T8. label. Pfeiffer's Steam 'Bak- the
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