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 11, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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

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The annual report' of County Superintendent N. B. Cook, showing ..the _
condition of the county schools during the year ending June 30, has been

ATTITUDE.By KINGS COUNTY.(. completed and submitted to the County School Board. The report is a Warrant Issued for Arrest
Defeat of Graham in : most interesting document showing as it does the total enrollment. the .

.w T white and colored fiupils, average daily attendance, receipts, disbursements of Harlan .
AssociatLl ,etc. The report is as follows: .
Manatee County. Associated Press. By Press. I .
Berlin Nov. 10.-Fifty thousand New York, Nov. |0.-a.. E. Smith,I daily Annual attendance statement, classification showing total receipts of pupils disbursements in the public schools enrollment of Escambut average Yesterday.

Polish children persist in'refusing to secretary of the KJajCS<.t*>unty Republican County. Florida, for the school year ending June 30th, 1906. i
respond in the German language to Campaign -coTtahtee", said* today .
CCVERNOR BROWARD ALTHOUGH the religious instruction in the public R. A. French Nominated : 3U t To cash brought over from'last year..I 3j8'3.UCr.- '
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schools To cash received from county levy tax year 32,60t.6C !
and the Prussian "We have receivaa returns from .
STRONG DEFEAT To cash received from county levy previous years CASES
continues to apply measures to con- Mayor by the Business practically ail election districts in tne To cash received from cash redemption.............:::::::::: 1170.71: : ,
OF DRAINAGE AMENDMENT vince the children and their parentsthat county and have discovered that the To cash received from poll tax of year 1905 ................ 2,315.00 :,
tax ............. !
resistance is unavailing. Democratic claims-'. .de on, election To cash received from previous years' poll 1,124.00To -

KEENLY-FIGURING. ON All Russian Poland is stirred by aa Element.FIGHT day. that Chandler, fcd.a plurality of cash cash received received from from apportionment 1 mill state school of State tax 1,452.00To 6,082-00 Of -Violation *

outbreak of race and political hatred. thirty-four county To cash received from examination.fees ................... 41.00To Within the!
S'JCCCSSOR TO REGISTER OF Events In Is .show cash received from money borrowed .................. 63,48100To -
Russia appear to have stimulated 'exagg figures cash received from state aid to high & R. G. schools ..... 1,566.00To '. State of Florida. *
OFFICE ROBINSON.By the Polish national movementso BETWEEN OLD LINE POL- that he : than thirty cash received from state under chapter 5381 Laws of 'It It"II
\LAND that _Polish newspapers and agitators 'thousand tOOusal11n'ccording to reports Florida ...<.......,................\....................... 1,000.09
ITICIANS AND BUSINESS MEN To cash received from state under chapter 5383 Laws of
have taken a more aggressive attitude II plurality Florida ..........;.,....................................... 1,38025 I
Jefferscn Bell. toward the government.The RESULTED IN VICTORY FOR through about twelve To cash received from junk sold ............................. 3.60 SUPERINTENDENT GALLAGHER"IS
authorities are fully determinedto hundred and additional votes discovered ,
Tallahassee. Nov. 10.-We have not proceed with the Germanization or THE LATTER-BEST 5 OF GOOD in Kings county will undoubtedly Total receipts from an sources ...... .....................120782.92 HELD FOR TRIAL UNDER '

l IafJed< : for excitement at the"capital Poland through the German language. elect Bruce the republican for Credits.

Ws! week, although there has been I FEELING PREVAILED. lieutenant governor. I By cash paid for school-lots ................................. $ 4,019.50 INDICTMENTS AND' RE.* ..
jrthing of general importance to -- By cash paid for new school buildings .... 3.27603By
chronicle 'I he board of control met YOUNG FARMER .cash paid for repairs to school buildings .. 1,631.11 : LEASED UNDER $2, ) I'I'THREE
By cash paid for school furniture ,.......' 679:00
lure Saturday morning and was a Soeclal to The Journal. .
251.87 TRIAL OF
cash for school apparatus CASES t
I By paid
pan of the day in session with tho SHOT HIS WIFE Florala, Ala., Nov. 10.-on Friday SATURDAY .ONTHE6RIDIRON Bj cash paid for Insurance of school buildings 290.05 PROBABLy,1
st..te board of education. Dr. Brown night at the opera house was held By cash paid for rent of school buildings .. 6211.6By" EARLY NEXT WEEK i
the salaries ........ 1156.00
convention to place in nomination cash paid for Janitors' .
M:. Yonge and Mr. Bryan, three I By cash paid for fuel ..,..... 682.45 '
ciniucrstho seldom miss attendinga By Associated Press. a mayor and five aldermen to serve By cash paid for reference books :. 179.00 ON TUESDAY. -I
meeting of the board were the Gainesville. Fla., ,Nov.. 10.-Berry the town of Florala for the year 1907. By cash paid for incidental expenses 773.72 I fr

members present Architect Edwards I Brigham' Jr., a young farmer livingon An overwhelming majority of the By cash cash paid paid for for teachers'superintendent's salaries .salary.................. 10,715.00By .1,500.00 1 l '
wno made the plans for the the edge of town shot and killed voters of the town were present and By cash paid for per diem and mileage of members of board 279.00 Charged with peonage and conspiracy */ J t
sity: building at Gainesville Univer.1 his wife tonight alleging that he everything in connection with the By cash paid for Incidental expenses of Supt. and board .. 381.74 to commit peonage twelve per1 1' .
and conferred with the board witha I found her In a'cane patch with an- meeting met with the satisfaction of By cash paid for printing notices blanks., etc. .. 103.95 30.50By sons were indicted yesterday by the I

a \ ';'r of making plans; for needed Improvements -. other man.Brigham. those present, 23 declared: by the 'By cash cashpaid paid for for examination interest on debts expenses and money borrowed 1,619.00By United States grand Jury. The Inj j
in the buildings of the *s said to have suspectedhis pledge of every person present to :1 cash paid for last year's warrants 1,267.30 dictments are principally against the 1 J
Games Various
F.male College. The college has ave wife of inBdelity for some time abide by the result of the convention.J. Many Played By cash paid for money borrowed 1906 .... 13,481.00By 6,415.19To employees of the Jackson Lumber.1Company
hand July 9th
.'., large attendance and there is urgent and was watching the house with to- T. Wiggins and R. A. French Coun- cash warrants on outstanding July 9th, 1906 .$ 8.63805 of Lockhart, Ala., and also '
need of additional dormitory night's fatal result. were placed in nomination for the Parts of the the manager of the company, W. S. '
r,.'fa, The college buildings are not An excited crowd gathered at his office of mayor. The voting was conducted $19,420.91$19t20.91July Harlan, and are the result of an Investigation I
Tell, arranged and the board is considering house but he managed to escape. in strict accordance with the try y est rday. 3th, 190G, Warrants Debts outstanding as shown(above Notes) ........%.16,000.00 8,638.05 which has been pursued- '
the needs of the institution I laws of the state of Alabama. ,Mr. by the United States grand Jury for

and will make recommendation to the French was nominated for mayor bya %4,6:3.05:: the past four days Into condition!

legislature! for the needed improve- THREE STRUCK BY safe mapority and will be electedin DyAtlanta A3ioclC.(2r'res! ; ; S.- Less cash on hand ......." ,.', ""'-. ; _* 6,415.19 '';_ 10_ which are attend to have existed at

m :.ts. Dr CirTn spoke entirasiastjraih the general electron 'on' Dec. 10 Nov. -10.-=Following are ,Total liabilities ... I 182SI. the camps of that company seme I
of the splendid success of the TRAIN }AND KILLEDBy The fight was between the old line the scores in the principal football months since.. The grand jury. returned '
c 'lege!' and with special emphasis of; politicians of the town and the business games played to-day in various sec --i ENROLLMENT. PUPILS. the indictments about 4 ,. ,

the department of music. Saturday men. Mr. French was the can- tions of the country: Male. F mal.. TotaL o'clock in the afternoon, and at a
evening the joint boards were entertained New York Associated Nov. 10.-Three Press. were didate of the business men and it was Yale 5, Brown University 0. Whit .. 1897 3690 time when some of the parties Indicted I

at the college, a reception being struck by a train and instantly killed perfectly natural that he should be Harvard 5, Carlisle Indians 0. I Negro .. .., 793 997 1790 were in the court room, having

tPJderE'd them by President and to-day at Park Avenue and Fifty-sixth selected for the office. Good feeling Princeton 8, West Point 0. Total for both races 6480 been summoned to Pensacola wit-
! JIrs Marpbree: Street The men were electricians prevailed at all times and tho progressive Lehigh 27. N. Y. University 11. cesses.

A Distinguished Visitor.A working on the tracks of the New town of Florala is proud of Minnesota 4, Chicago University 2. I AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE. Of the twelve persons indicted

distinguished: visitor, and one we York Central Railroad under the fifty- the fact that her citizens are work-I Yale Freshmen 14, Princeton Fresh- Male. Female. TotaL some are charged with peonage and
l tare not often seen at the capital. sixth street bridge. ing together for the prosperity o men 0.BuckBell. White 1301 2455 others with conspiracy to commit t' 1 t
*as Hon. Henry S. Chubb, of Gainesville town. 10, Virginia Polytechnic 0. Negro ... 569 ?48 lm peonage Upon the latter charge I

who sper.t Saturday here. Mr. 1 Richmond College. 29, Roanoke College 3772 Manager W. S Harlan hu been in ::
f mbl! i.. one of the several charming DEATH LIST 6.Rollins. dieted upon two counts while W. S. '.
ztd deLghtful men who have rcmainea ROCK ISLAND GETS 5, University of Florida 0. CLASSIFICATION OF PUPILS. Gallagher, the woods foreman pro- '! f
Williams 18 1L
rppubl'can J in Florida and held toe respect NUMBERS.TEN No. In No. In No.!n Xo in No. to No In vlously arrested and held to await the I
and admiration of the people of Dartmouth 4. Amherst 0. Chart 1st Rdf. 2nd Rdr.' 3rd Rdr. 4th Rdr. 5th Rdr. Hr.. B'chs. Total term of,court, has been indicted upon J t
MEXICAN CENTRALBy Georgia. Tech 16, University ofGeorgia White ......192: 766 664 569 441 :391: : 765 3690 .
tjp state. To do that now is no diffi- o.'Mercer I I Negro -:8:: 455 389 331 :208: 6> 68 1790 two charges of peonage and one .of i
tit:! thing. but in the recent past it By Associated PrHL conspiracy. :
S-C. : 0.
*as a thing to test the nerve of most. Long Beach. Cal. Nov. 10.-Two Military 16. Totals ....o:: 1261 953 906 643 450 831 5480 It is alleged In the'Indictments that:
Associated Press. Illinois 6, Wisconsin University
nea, and i ,have the very highest 'regard more names were added to-day to the of the cOrnI I I
El Paso Nov. 10.-It is reported 'Naval Academy 5, Swarthmore 4. NUMBER OF TEACHERS EMPLOYED. some of the employees
for the men who clung to the political list of dead from the collapse yester- ant Alabama J
here to-day on reliable authority that Cornell 16 Holy Cross 6. Hale. Female. TotaL pany crossed the Florida

faith, of their fathers in spite day of the Bixby hotel The dead the Mexican Central Railroad has Sewanee 33: Tulane 0. White ...................._............... 20 83 203 state line and In Walton county art|
cf the odium"it carried in the south number ten and' all!. workmen are accounted been purchased oy, the Chicago Rock Clemson 6, Auburn 4. Negro .................................... 5 32 37 rested detained and returned against

la those day's.Mr '. : for.FOOTBALL Island & Pacific and is now a part of Vanderbilt 33, Rose Polytechnic 0. m their will former employees of the 1
Chubb did not say very defin- that system. The Mexican Centralis Total for both races Jackson Lumber Company to the com- {

nelv why he came to Tallahassee but GAME, the most important line in Mexico NUMBER OF SCHOOLS MAINTAINED. pany's plant at Lockhart. Ala. compelling '

le was in conference with Surveyor [ BROKE UP IN RIOT and the only road in that country not GA. MURDERER Wh te''.. .......................................................... 47 them to work out a debt alleged !
General Parlin and Mr. Warren ofAralachlcola I owned largely by the government Negro. ............_............................................... %4 to be due the said company. "

and his visit doubtless I Norflok. Nov. 10.-Bucknell defeated Total both races .f...-71 Five Separate Indictments. '
r lid some connection with the succession the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. FAMILY TROUBLE ESCAPES JAIL VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY OWNED BY THE BOARD. Five separate indictments were ra.-.
to the position in the United football team here to-day, 'ten to' .* 167..OO turned. These jointly Indicted onCe

S'ates Land Office made vacant by I nothing. The broke In. Furniture ........'............ dozen and against some offi
game up a Associated Preas. .............................. ,366.00 persons t
the! death of Hon. Walter G. Robinson I riot and the police -,,'ereforced to CAUSES TRAGEDY Americus.By Ga... Nov 10.-George Apparatus Lots :.................................................. 38,027.00 them there are from two to three :
recently. draw revolvers to save., Referee Suter 'Bundrick, who has been In jail here' Buidings'.......... ". I charges either of peonage or conspiracy. -
Anent Mr. Chubb's visit, one bright : from the mob of ,Polytechnic. students for six months and was lately granted 124,218.00 Three of these returns chars,
"man discussing it at the Leon was I and their friends.ATTEMPTED. Sy Associated Press. Total two others conspiiacy to
a stay of. proceedings in the execution report Is correct in everypartlcular to the best ofmyknowlede and
heard to say: "If 1 was a man and Chickasha 1. T., Nov. 10.-At Tut- < I certify that"the belief.above N. commit I
I of J iddeatbsentenceescap .l And : peonage.The
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1-Tcd in t Florida I would be a repub- TO tle near here to-day John,"Smalley,..,: 1gstnriigp{ tJte-Bsawiag3t&e'EbarH! ; rW ; c ; Public Instruction.IMBULLLMNT First Return.

tcau: for there are offices enough to BRIBE 'OFFICIALS I farmer, shot Robert Burns, a lawyer I was convicted of'KU'if"Jor'n! Shro -I The first indictment charges

R around among them, irstead .of and then killed Mrs. Small y and him er,In Crisp county several years ago. Robert Gallagher, Oscar Sandor and
I rranbling through a democratic pri self. Burns was not fatally wounded. IS CHARGE John Atwell. deputy sheriff. *i'b.
Hammond. Ind, :Nov. 10.-A war-
tar) for one.Claude.' He was employed by Mrs. Smalley to In Walton.
committed pe nage
rant for the arrest of Jas. F. Cole. hating
divorce from her husband. PLAYER
L'Engle Happy. I president, of the National' Construc- secure a county on July 21, 1906, by arrestingone ;
! Probably the happiest man in Talla- tion Co., was issued; to-day on affidavits Virginia Bank Looted. John Doe and one Richard 11c,
1 'kissee over the election returns this charging Cole wIth attempting to Bristol Va., Nov. 10.-Tae bank at FOOTBALL GAMEBy AGAINST E.i: C. THOMPSONAlleged (their correct names being unknownto
. was Claude L'Eagle, when he
reftfvw compel
I bribe officials of East Chicago b> Rural Retreat Val:, was looted by expert the Jury), with Intent to
a telegram announcirg the de- to the plant of the j jJackscn I
** paying them three thousand dollarsto safe blowers early to-day who then to return
a' of John A. Grnam, of
Manatee use their influence, to.obtain a big took thirteen hundred dollars aiA Associated Press. Lumber Company' and workout
tnuntfor the legislature. Mr.LEngie es Great Falls, Mont, Nov. 10.-In a About $1,200 From the Mc-
sewer contract for his, company.. caped. ., That He Embezzled a debt claimed to be due the said:
had arranged to have election football game at Fort Shaw to-day be- and further that thej did

fcullrtias at the Sun office Tuesday I tween the Fort Shaw Indians and the David-Hyer Company, and Sheriff Van Pelt Has company compel the said Joe Doe and Richard
Light; He was a pronounced Hearst Great Falls team James Curtis one
dan and an equally ardent advocateof 'I Order Restored by anger of the players was killed in a scrim Return Him Roe to accompany them to the placeot
Orleans to
the drainage amendment. As the mage. Internal injuries caused his Gone to ,New business of the company ; ';
the and dignity of the United
tone of the bulletins from faTerable death. peace \
to Hearst to certainty for Forces at Rio Grande CityBy To This County. States. '
Hashes I Th. ..... S-_ccnd__ Indictment.
and anti-drainage: returns DROWNEDBY .. } ,. Indictment charges Robert
teemed to have the call :Mr. L'Engle'seshuberait ELEVEN a" Another
I tody. It was known that he in and Oscar
was Walter E. Grace
of sum exceeding Gallagher
: Embezzlement a
Associated Press. aId wires that he has I
to droop. forced
spirits began
"Just nait Austin Tex, Nov. 10.-According everyone I I against Earnest I I that city, and the officers were directed Sander with baring on July 19th. la
till hear from Manatee OF BARKBy $1,200 is'the charge
countr we to a dispatch received by' Gov. Lan- to surrender their arms. and conse- WRECK I as to his location and given a Walton county. Fia. arrested one
perhaps that is the balm left Thompson a young man:: of him. At the
Clarence description time intent to return -
ia Gilead ham to-day from Capt. McDonald of_ quently no one has arms excepting Frederice Mihaly
S Feels for me he said. the ranger forces everything is quietat j the" soldiers and peace officers. Governor Associated Press. who iff well known in this city, and that the warrant calling for the arrest -. the said :Mihaly: to a conditionof

Browaj-d Defeat Keenly.returned lastLight Rio Grande City. The troops are Lanham has ordered the first Richibucto N. B., Nov. 1().-The who is now In New Orleans. This I' of the young man was forwarded peonage and to compel him to

veraor from Jacksonville where he had expected there tonight making the cavalry regiment which i is stationed wreck of the bark Adeona was board- sum. it Is charged,. was embezzledfrom application for requisition work out an alleged debt claimed to

been to vote. "Do concede the last twenty miles of the trip over here to hold itself in reaainess to go ed to-day for the first time since she the McDavid-Hyer Company:.papers were made and yesterday be due the Jackson Lumber Company '
Sheriff Van Pelt received telegram I
you a him
Rio Grande last week. The only where the young man was employedas and' that they did compel
efeat of the land. Pending their arrival McDon to City. went ashore ,
amendment? I asked him that had arrived he left
they so ot
board was the ship'scat bookkeeper for more 'than a year I| on return to the company's place
thing on to
,7s morning. "I don't concede anything living became Known for the first I position which he surrendered last:I the first train for New Orleans and and did there beat and 1U- .
It business.
!,. but it looks like it is lost," he a I.,will return to-night or to-morrow with -
of eleven New Orleans.
entire crew to
time that the March to go I treat him. '
"wered' with a smile. Just then Mt Vesuvius and Vicinity had been drowned. Five of the crew The alleged thefts covered a periodof I the young man. The Third Peonage Case. .. ,
J? L Eagle came In and shook hands in a attempt to reach shorein I several months and were discovered -i In Business There.It third indictment charges Jet i
perished The
ith him and said "Well how do you boat at the time of the wreck. some time since by members of.I was stated yesterday that Thompson Howell. C. C. Hilton and S. I',
: !, governor "Not quite as bad Shaken By an Earthquake a I the firmIt was not until recently:: after his departure for New Orleans S. with having committed peov

; "tody's husband. Pat, after his : MINERS GRANTED 1 however that the full extent of the engaged in business' In' that Huggins in Walton. county on July 24th bfl ;
ght. She said he was 'insinsible and alleged embezzlement was discovered -city forming a partnership with a age Rudolf Lanninger ant
,wchekss and kept crying 'water, By Associated Press. ternoon. INCREASE and If was then that the com. New Orleans young man in some' arresting Mm to return to the pta '
I '
'" compelling
"atl' The governor looks worn Naples, Nov. 10.-Mount Vesuvius consulted with the authorities business the nature of which Is not Lumtfc .
: Prof.; Malteucci director of the pany known. I' of business of the Jackson
L'm Associatedfreu.
his By steps towards -
., arduous campaign and nat and the surrounding country was I royal observatory, does not believe Butte, Mont. *'<>*. 16.-Twelve and decided upon taking Florida Thompson was of Company to work out a claim allegeG
iy he feels him back to young man
J the of the : bringing
r-endment defeat shaken by an earthquake at noon today this was a new' eruption as. al thousand employees of the mines I about 21 of age,, of neat appearance .I to be due. .
:;nificent keenly. He has made a which was accompanied by sharp phenomena proceeding, such"an event and smelters in Montana have beengranted for triaLHeld In New Orleans. I and pleasing] address and made A Sweeping Indictment.
: like campaign and bears him- detonations and followed by a con- was lacking. He believed the explosions an increase In wages averaging week a warrant for the arrestof I many friends and acquaintances here I A sweeping indictment Is the otv |
qJ Is a man in defeat. piaerable fall of ashes. Great alarm I were due to water from,the.recent 25 cents per day. beginning November Last -was forwarded to the who will be surprised to learn that he I charging the following with conspi ;

When easy enough to be pleasant was felt. Investigation showed that I heavy rains' reaching the fire 15. The increase of theAmalgama.ted Thompson of .New Orleans. witha has been charged with committing :
life flows along like employees was ordered chief of police Continued on PafO ;- three-i \
a Co. (
song part of the crater had fallen In. Three, zone inside of the volcano and producing request that-W .be-taken Into-cus. such a crime. r
felt'during'the at- Internal ,;'. .by H. H. Rogers.
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that which now graces ,: that .in quantities and from fini hands. therefore saving all '1-3 to 1-2 on all
Every suitable shape store buys. large: you ,- Royal Wilton, 9x12, at $60.
and every color and trimming winter goods.. And this is the store that never misrepresents ,,a single article even to make a sale. Velvet Rugs at $3 and $5.

scheme that is within Do your Winter Shopping at The Big Store and Save Money. : Matting, both China and

of Jap, from 25c up. /
the realm good taste., ,",


DRESS GOODS. ,. Rich Weaves in Desirable FANCY GOODS. Blankets and Comforts. CLOAK AND SUIT

Rich and beautiful' fabrics, Silks. The biggest and best line They will keep you warm. Department.We .

in black and colors.Overshadowed Paris dictates Plaids ,and ,in the city to select from. We will almost sell you two invite attention to

: Plaids at ; Stripes.. ?'* Belts from 25 cents to for what you would have to the distinctively fashionable

$1 up to 175. Pekin Stripes at $1./ $1.50. j pay for one of same quality. models in this great collec-

Scotch Tweed Suiting at PlaidsTartain effects, t : ':Hand Bigsfrom25c; :. up to 'elsewhere. -' *: ; tion.Tailored

$1 up to $1.50.Thelma from 75 cents up to $1. $5.Peter White and Red' Wool Suits, Pony

Cloth at $1.50. Plaids, Ombree effects, Pan purses from 25c Blankets from $5 up, styles and Eton Blouse Coat

at $1.50. to 50c._ Velour Blankets, suitableto styles, from $16.50 up to $25. ,

Broadcloths at $1 up to $2. Messalines Silks at $1J ..Ofnamentay Cpmbs from make Kimonos out'of'' ,; Military coats from $10
Greys, light and dark Crepe de Chine at $1. :(S./K'*j&TKw$'' 1 ? ,' s I.. f, "''from'$1.25 ,to.$3.50. l

effect, at $1 and $1.25. 40-in Silk Downe at 125. .'" Shirt\V: ist Sets from 25c Comforts from $1. up to up.Misses' Coats from $7 up.

Drab de Alma Cloth at $1. And hundreds of others at to 75c. ';, v $15. : ,- Tailored Skirts, Black I

And the best line of 50c one-third to one-half less And many f ;+:Other novelties' Cradle and' Crib! size Voile and Plaids from $10 I i

goods in the city; to select than you can buy same qual- at the right' rice:, See them Blankets from 50tf'ui>: to 'up. See them before you .I.T. <
from. ity elsewhere. before you leave the store.COUNCIL $3.50. leave.the store. I

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IEXCITEMENTNOT ville.They Davis Masters. Long are have now Willie has been much returned Green on improved.Mrs. the to and her sick.. Willie Borne list I Beginning Miss Leila Monday WILL CIGARS, NEW lODGE IS AI A BRIEF STORY r ''brtdr th

: lACKING at at The There the Manlstee sanatorium Bible have Ala.Study been this several Circle week.met operation Tues < Reese, will have RECEIIE E THE CIGARETTESand THRIVINGONE OF THE UTES I iT:

j day afternoon with a good'' attend-_ |[ Fresh Cut Flowers I

ance.Mr.. Glenn presiding elder ofthe 1,

T CAPITAlContinued Methodist church spent Sunday night j; always on hand. REPORTS TOBACCOS Tribe Now Causing the Government AC
and Monday in this place. I ;
Very good attendance at prayer Residence 518 N. BaJlen, I Oft
Trouble in
4r ,
AU the leading brands of Cigars Cigar
'meeting Thursday night Phone No. 282. ettes, Pipes and Tobaccos, which are always -
( from First Page.) I Mrs. Nat Miller has returned froma just our case U keptjust ..
\ short visit ot Mobile. She is now VN Qf Bond Trustees and Boardof moist : ih.k them in perfect Montana.Butte .
But the man worth while is the man destroy
condition yet not too damp to Pensacolians Return From
with her mother, Mrs. Hurrey.
who will smile the pleasure of the smoker. i
i 'I ftc
.'\l1en everything goes dead wrong." The first second fifth and sixth with her sister, Mrs. Will Douglas. Works in Regard to TVe have fine Crier Pipes from 25c to
,Governor Broward is just such a I grades of school No. 79 will give a'\1. I The many friends of Mrs. S. Donald- *a Pipes 00. Meerschaum make very desirable Pipes. $1.00 presents.ilooton's to *1S..00. Gonzalez, Where New I. I Mont, Nov. 10.-In connre1

man and as I left he turned to write entertainment no great distance' in son are glad to know she is Improving the Cement.The i tion with the present uprising of tt a j jI
his,Thanksgiving proclamation with the future. after an illness of three weeks. 0.0. F. Lodge Was Ute Indians a short history of tfsi:
aS*.large a faith in the God of things Mrs. Blackwell of Greenville Ala., I Mr. Gus Davis is at home from f I tribe and Its dealings with the whit
have is spending some time with her sister Graceville, Fla, and Is enjoying hunting PharmacyThe Instituted.The -
a? they are, as he would had Mrs. Gamble. I City CodncU will meet itt man-is of general Interest.
had the result of the election been and fishing. He has killed several -
I Mrs. McBrearty has, taken chargeof 'I fine turkeys in less than a week, special session Monday night and receive Birthplace ofPrompt The Ute, or Utah Indians are aa

different.A Duval Appointment. the Hotel Manhattan in Pensacola. not to mention the squirrels.Mrs. reports from the Board of Bond ; Important tribe of the Shoshoneaa

:Judge Ion 1.. Farris has resigned Century Club is bestirring Itself. Rhett Stanton and Mrs. Wm. Trustees and the Board of Public Delivery. large number.of Pensacola. Odd stock, originally occupying the mountain
I from the office of justice of the peace i I I There will be a ball for Thanksgiv Maine visited their mother Mrs. Bout- Works dealing with the ,cement usedIn Fellows, who went to Gonzalez Friday region between Colorado an.I

of the tenth district. Duval county. L. ing.Little Miss Lesbia Hill well at Century Thursday.Mr. construction of the city hall, PHONE 1100. night, where they instituted a new Utah. They were restless warlike Wie
Crannell .
Hurst went to Pensacola Tues- \
D Howell has been appointed to fill
the> vacancy. This office is of considerable celebrated her sixth birthday,on the day to vote. the employment of architects Inspec-I lodge returned about I o'clock: yes- and aggressive, and carried on a re

I importance in Duval county eighth. The dainty little miss was Mr. B. H. Smith has returned from tors, etc."I'h mayor Issued terday morning' on a special train lentless warfare with the Navajo

and pays about 12.500 a year. Judge the happy recipient of many beautiful Mississippi and has again accepted a for the meeting yesterday, and by// ,CITIZENS TO i MEET and all are high In their praise for tribes of the plains to the south. The

a Farris, who is a Marion county boy, presents. Those present were :Misses position as bookkeeper with Mr. G. Monday night the reports will have, the manner.fa.which they were treated were democratic In their tribal luX
(at least he was a few years ago) Kathleen and Julia Turbervi le'. Edna R. Stanton. been formulated and be ready to be WEDNESDAY by the ladles and members of the with hereditary chieftain
I I was elected Tuesday representativeto McGee. Anna Cynthia Hauss, Annie j I I Mr. Clark Shavers carried his wife In
the legislature from Duval county Tracy; Masters Hamlin Ranney, Joe to Pensacola this week to the Infirm- presented to the council. It is probable new lodge. Their first treaty with the govern.
and as the law does not allow a man Ivey Turberville Leon Tracy, and ary to be treated. Her many friends that included in the reports will When the Pensacola Odd Fellows ment was, made In 1850 and (y SQ.
I .., Rommel, Jr., THOSE WHO CONTRIBUTED TO ,sequent treaties their ranges> cit
tQ hold any other office while servingin Harry Czlassy. These wi Misses wish her a speedy recovery. be a report from George arrived at.Gonzales'mOt excellent
I I Helen and Edith Crannell. who is in charge of the I more and more circumscribed onto Ca
enjoyed a sewerage awaiting them, which was
the legislature he tendered his resignation : RELIEF OF STORM SUFFER repast was
the entire tribe with the
most delightful afternon. After sometime work, but who has been making a
t tion. the day following the elec- spent In playing games the lit test of cement used In the foundationof ERS TO HEAR REPORT.A one ,of the enjoyable feature of the the southern TJtes, were conned
,Judge Farris is a conspicuous example -I tle people were invited into the dining I SAGE LEAVES I the city hall occasion. Afterwards they repairedto the present reservation In Utah. in
of what a man with ambition room which was tastefully decor The question of cement and the em- meeting of the citizens who con the Odd :Fellows hall where eighteen Despite adverse, conditions, tho; ,
and brains I ated in red, white and green. There ployment of architects and Inspectors tributed to the relief of the storm .candidates were Initiated by officers occupying the Utah reservation have
energy dainty refreshments were served by --- has not been before presented to the sufferers is to be held Wednesday become fairly prosperous while tts W
I plish. With no other capital he Mesdames Crannell and Tracylettuce Special to The Journal. council and it Is'anticipated that the afternoon at 4 o'clock in &e rooms of and members of Pensacola lodge southern Utea, remaining in Colored
within the short space of five .1 Brent Nov. iO.-We still have no the Chamber of have been In
sandwiches, scalloped potatoes, meeting will be an interesting one. Cemmerce on No. 4, of this city. miserable condition ow Into i
wprked' his way to the front rank .. peach cream and cake and nabisco rain-since tije great flood. That Luna street, and it la expected that The new lodge, which Is to be Ing to broken treaty promises ar-1
is known throughout the state as one cloud-burst may prove to be more Board of Health to Meet. there will be a good attendance.The arid soil on which they have bees *
of wafers. After an afternoon delIght- known as Powerton Lodge No. 47, tn
the most promising young lawyers serious than at first apprehended. We meeting will witness the closing compelled to live.
fully spent the merry lads,and,lassies The City Board of Health Is to lie
In Florida. >> then elected officers, and these were
should like to know-how the weather up of the relief fund affairs as .
session at In 1881 the entire tribe was officially
tripped homeward wishing Miss Les hold its regular Monday
I. A Rap at Hearst. bureau Is progressing'with repairs of the relief committee will, make Its installed by District Deputy GrandMaster reported to number 3,974 business
bia many happy returns of the day.sPos noon. Reports and routine
The result of the election in New the atmospheric water carriers which final: report ami show the amounts ;
will probably occupy the attention of Cha. Frederichsen and Grand 1901 their number had fallen to 2 :' anAl
York comes nearer to my idea of collapsed in the of that outra- received and expended in giving re-
fury of whom
I the board during most of the ses- Representative Thos. C. Watson. A nearly 1,000 were in 11'
things as they should be. than anything geous hurricane. sion.i lief to-those who suffered by the number of interesting addresses were Colorado reservation. To-day the 'a" AlGa
: that could have happened. It I BLUFf I II If. the damage should prove to be September hurricane. then delivered by Pensacola Odd Fe> tire tribe probably does not cumbtr
'was nota democratic defeat but
Irreparable I may bid good-bye to my lows and also by. the members of the 2,000.
merely a repudiation of Mr. Hearst; turnip-shaped and .scarlet-rooted Menthol Cough Candy '.
I (., I i "GOOD STUFF" new lodge. The new lodge has a ue most notable uprising in "hI.:1: ly
Certainly the sacrifice of the gover- radishes which were planted on dry 'A Confirmed Coffee Drinker Takes to soothes and relieves the in- membership cf twenty-one, and its the Utes have taken part was 'I M(
r nqrshlp of Xew York to the personal]I I Bluff Special to The Journal. I sandy land because the better groundwas Postum officers are as follows: of 1879, resulting: from the earlf!
ambition of is cobs- Springs Xov. 10.The mill 'I .. flamed air and
one man rather under mud and water. T 1 ohJ 4. passages stops yewe
of Messrs. E. A. and E. V. McCaskill .1Q : N. G.-W. L. Everha t. gross mismanagement of the ag =
sal. but it It will have the effect of at Nora, was burned I We are beginning to learn that extremely -I A house*if a''as'recently surprised that hacking cough. At The V. G.-C. H. Jackson. and encroachments upon the rest" L
Hearst It night.The
retiring the ambitious Mr. wet weather is the surest sign !when cook served Pestum Instead of Sun4.Tues Secretary-J. H. Brewton. vation by covetuous white. The 01:
origin of, the tire
will be worth all that it has costThe is unknown, Crystal Pharmacy.
|1 I of ""
though it Is a long dry spelL !coffee. She says: Treasurer G. Searls.R. break assumed such serious aspc: ?
deplorable condition of the supposed some one set Having now arrived at the date of "For six I S. that the forco tu
It on fire. the last five or years N. G.--c. Anderson.L government was
They to
democratic party outside of the south the near future. expect rebuild in. the earliest killing frost on record In I have been troubled with nervousness, CULINARY CONCEITS.In JS. N. G.-Frank Harwell. send troops under Major Thorn' w1]
+ I Is:due to Just such folly. Until democrats -. Mr. Gaston merchant west Florida* we should rush out indigestion and heart trouble. Icouldn't W.-John T. Harper. borough from Fort Steele to checi hi
come back to convervatism a from'Rep.ton sweet potatoes and prepare safety get benefit from the doctor's making mush beater Is c-o. Richards? further Insubordination. In
any an
egg recommended
Ala., in .
will was our town this weekon ..
in'men the measures party for the flowers. th
pits potted I Immediately this nc '
I business.Mr. medicine so finally he orderedme for the first stirring, to O. G.-John Halt following
} grow in disrepute. Reduced to a, Ii surely seems to be a commercial the outbreak became even co' th
: and Mrs. Charles of to stop drinking coffee, which I avoid mmpiness. L G.-"':John RenhardtR. .
) last analysis the party is continually Etheridge, freak of for (' ot
agriculture the Pensacola did. S. V. G. W. H. Smith. widespread and the advancingairy
the selfish ambition of Slocum Ala., and Mr. James McDavid When preparing a rabbit for the kettle ,
sacrificed to market to be supplied with tomatoes was attacked and Major Then
I 1 drank hot water while taking thedoctor's L. S. V. G.-T. G. Brady.
I such scourges as Hearst and Bryan. |"[I and :Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCaskill, and from the Pacific coast. Neither is medicine with some Improvement i Instead of picking off the etrsy borough and thirteen men killed.The tt:
of Pine Barren,
spent Tuesday -this to be attributed to the ruinationof hairs singe It as you would a chicken.' reservation agent. Meeker, as
Nonpareil means, "none such. here with Mrse. M. McDavid and then went back to coffee with Will Fight Nov. 13. I fo
crops here by the recent storm. It Lemon coffee is delicious. Rub each many other whites were massacrf
the same old trouble as before."A D!
t There will be a Nonpareil-can you family. Salt Lake City, NOT. lO.-Arrange-
is very difficult to grow tomatoes in aide of a lump of the the same day. Mrs. Meeker was "
told about on rind of
new servant girl me sugar cl
what! j Mr. Mannie Brewton ments have been
guess I III. of Brewton completed: at Salt ried off into
I the fall season; and a nome supplyfor used it and lemon and the coffee In captivity.
'Ala, was called here this week to Postum-said her folks a pour the or Lake City for a fight between Dick Peace at last restored aftcmn'r >
the market is of rare occurrence liked it in place of coffee. We got a d1naTJ'waf.. .. tfa
be with his Mr. James and Cyclone .
brother-in-law Hyland Thompson to ---- General MCJT
I here. By planting cuttings from the n
Dawson. who is quite ill at the home package but I told her I did not believe If too much salt has been added to( take place in Ogden on November 13. and Chief '
old vines In the Ouray.
CENTURY I Clopton husband would like It, as I;
of his my
the slice
1L parents Mr. and Mrs. Dawson. Brothers have sometimes succeededin soup a raw potato and boIl
Mrs. Evans and Miss Hermie Biggs, he- was a great coffee drinker. It in the soup a producing moderate
a crop. To be called for a .IT
of Atmorc Ala.. were the guests of, Miss Lettie Clopton is doing wiselyIn my surprise tato will absorb rvuch of the salt FIt
Miss Florence I third cup, said It was "good stuff" and
Special to The JournaLI Miss Fillingim this week.: visiting the dentist at the right wanted to know what It was. We Slices of toas\ sell moistened with

I Century, Nov. 10.-We are enjoyingthis been quite Annie sick Cameron McDavid has time to preserve her nrcural teeth.If have used Postum ever since and both white sauce and topped with plain Hostetter's ffp.
golden Autumn weather several days this all would attend to having their Scrambled
glorious week with feel better than we have In years. : eggs sprinkled with grated
What care we if the streets are a a severe cold and fever. holey chewers made whole in due season have cheese eke
Miss Kate "My husband used to bad n a tasty and nutritious
trifle dusty the golden sun is over came down Taylor, of Foshee, Ala., it would be worth more than "mil spells with his stomach and would be luncheon dish. Stomach Bitters
MX, the Rorepous woods surround us. Thursday evening and Is lions" could restore, through old age, ,
sick three or four days during which Food fried In olive oil has a delicious x
the heart filled with hope within us. In looks health and comfort.AMENDMENT 'd
time he could not eat drink ST n
The flowers feel their. mission and anything erispness and not only lacks the quality H ,Has been proving for 53 Years ill wonderful ability
But since he coffee
gave up
r gladden us with their freshness and VOTEIN and took up Postum he has had no of making the food Indigestible but a TO RESTORE THE APPETITE.TO .
Liver and adds much to the food value of s.3
beauty. KidneysIt CO. more trouble, and we now fully believe AID DIGESTION.TO .
specialmention. JACKSON articles fried In It The a
Mrs. Tracy's roses deserve it was all caused by coffee. best grade of OPEN CLOGGED BOWELS.
A climber tae Reine Marie Is highly Important that these organs Marianna Nov. 10.-The rote upon "I have not had any return of my olive oU is Hot greasy. TO RELIEVE CRAMPS. a
r Henrietta. Is sending ruddy hued I should properly perform their functions. the constitutional amendments in former troubles since drinking Pos TO.CURE SICK HEADACHE. t
t messengers daily Captain Christy When they dont, what lameness ot the tum and feel better and can do more Fa4laJ.Don't '. t
at the recent electionwas
Jackson county If yoavsuffer from of these ailments wire you
mistaken any
and Killarney have side and back what yellowness of the akin, as follows: work than in the last ten years We you think. her face rathet toe commence taking the Bitters at once. Delay only' mat"f99t 3L
season for spring A most beautiful what tell about It eome they twnr condition worse and eo much harder to cure. Tou 3a
constipation bad taste In the mouth For drainage ., .< .. .. ..232 everyone say I
dark red on find It-the taken an?
r the rose,outer shading from to very delicate pink sick headache pimples and blotches, sod Against Drainage ,.' ',. .. .66S tried it and did not like, it. I tell '"Well, I dont know. I cut see say that It..also'.tomadl cures and prevents medicine you have ever
pedals a of loss of courage tell the story. For Sec. 9 Article'V ,._ .. ..138+ them it makes all the difference as to place when It's worn tanxgk Can
r In Its fragrant, bosom the name be Poor Appetite, Belching, Sour Risings, Heartburn
-The great alterative and tonic Against Sec. Article, V .. ..668 how Its made.; It should made according TOur-Pact. I
which I have been unable to learn lathe ,
For Sec. 39 Article .. .. .-.130 to directions. -then ;t Is delicious. : CoMherltuU.Uon, DT'pep.I.IF.male "l-
'admiration of the town. Blessingson ." Colds, Chills and Malaria, Fever and Ague. t
Against Sea S9 Article>S i v. ..558: The river I
the' lady weh does BO much to Hood'sSarsaparillaGives Orinoco has more tributaries : -
cheer the For Sects 40 to 47 Art. V ..119 Name given by Postum Co. Battle than any other river. The total I R 'la also a splendid medicine to strengthen the aged 1
weary .. .. ..613 Creek Mich. Read the book "The and Infirm, the moat delicate system being able to retain 1
Miss Irene Glover is visiting these organs vigor and tone for the Against .. .. There'sa number Is put at 2. 00, Including 430 Insist on having Hotetter's.F .
friends in Mobile. proper performance of their functions and For Sea 1 Art XVII .. .. ..111 Road Wellville, in pkgs. Urge streams I' 1

j I|} Mr. Hauss has returned from Louis- cures all their ordinary ailments. Take It. Against .. .. .. ,.. ... .. ..53 .Reason." -


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\. aBusiness (Continue 'from Page One.) n I I FOR THIS WEEK .m i!

:/; ey to commit peonageV.. S. Har- n i
lan[ Robert Gallagher, Oscar ,Sandor, II J ia is
E. Newlander.. C. Hilton, Jeb S. m
i Howell John AtwelL Walter,E. Grace, If U J in our N

S. E. Huggms Archie Bellinger'Harry 1 t1 J fU'I '
Halverson and one Lannater. It is]
charged against the 'parties that they,I Ion t.U I IJ
[ July 19th In the'county.of Walton,I n
Fla., ,within the, 'jurisdiction of the A I Special Fall Bargain Sale I ifi'war
court, did then and ,there unlawfullyand
I : wickedly conspire, combine, con n
federate, and 'agree together and n J
Shirts among themselves to 'commit an of-
this season .are gayer than ever tense against the, laws of the United I n J m
and dress Shirts are finer. States; that is to 'sap to ndid, to arrest -

Here is every grade for the early: worker to the had,, before to return the time divers aforesaid persons been who t M:I for the holiday rush to do your shopping, but do your

late rouler. in the employ of the Jackson Lumber n
I Company, but 'who had quitted the buying while the
For business-checks or stripes in rather gorgeous employ of the cpmpa, and to restrain II J..t now we are offering most I
effects. them against their will and ret.1,
I If
For dress-the severest simplicity. duce mcney them alleged to -condition to be due of said peonagefor company -1' &xl ; phenomenal bargains ,

I Prices $1.00 to $5.00. '1cTMDARDIEOTHIIWG ; and tnat afterwards for the PU-m A Great Special Sale m
pose of effecting the object of the !
conspiracy the said Gallagher, Grace I
and Sandor did return the said Mihaly I'-I L ; $ .50 Worsted Panama rJ'IJ I
of f Suits Coats and Skirts.
to the business of the company; and ;, jfj x t I Skirts, in black blue or tU r.t
I Iij. afterwards for the purpose of effects:
ing the conspiracy the,said Gallagher,'! Jj $25 Ladies' Fine Tailored gray! beautifully;; made, N

Sandor and At well did by threats and i ft special for . .$5.90 m !
Suits made of :
force return one John Doe and oneji I ,j genuine

THIESEH VJMLDm? and Richard restrain Roe them to the against company's their plant will; |i If J]:B ', ) !.. unfinished worsted, cx$5 Black Cloth Skirts, Bf:' r t

and afterwards.' C.' Hilton Jeb. S. actly'as cut, in the new
?; a splendidly made I
U'J .... special (
NOTCH CLOTHINGLOW purpose Howell of and effecting S. E. Huggins the conspiracy for the,J )..1 tJ ,..fir, ,; ,-special; .$16.90 I for . . . .$3.90 nJ fU .' J I

TOP NOTCH PRICE. ] C COMMUNICATION did finger arrest to and the return ccmrany one, Rudolf agaInst Lan-his j '1 ', .' $17.50 Tailored Suits i similar 300 Ladies',and' ildren's f\l )

Will. .iJ l style to cut beautifully nr
Another Conspiracy.. I'J itfi flF&W :. '. Sample Hats, all new and' .t
Inreachable in competi- Another indictment for conspiracy ,ii ;-r ;{: ;I' ; ;, ..c } made-, special bargain stylish, and no two alike, togo N ..
to commit peonage is returned against J.i at. . . .$13. O N '
ton: -50 hand-tailored suits, WITH W. S. Harlan, S. E. Huggins, Jeb S on sale :Monday at less .1
PRE5'T. '

the celebrated "Highest" Howell and. for C.the'c. purpose'of Hilton, and: effect that'afterwards' I ting I g / r ,,.' $15. 'Tweed: and Mannish .". ..'than"* half,, price.. I '

brand, all worth $18, next ten the conspiracy that Hilton, Hug- a Worsted Suits, Jackets ru \
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days will sell for $15. gins and Howell did arrest and detain I tJ satin lined, special for See ours peeiabargain ,n '
and return Rudolf Lanniger to display in center window.
R ROOSEVELT the company's one place of business.Six a Monday: . . $9.75 Hi. ,

The M. & O. Clothing Store, Gave Bond. lJ:; We are also' showing a beautiful line of Just In, a choice line.of Ladles' Belts 1 j
f Six of the parties against whom indictments j c va yt t very late styles In, fine cloth suits In the In all the latest styles of Velvet and '' 1
:321 and 323 S. Palafox. were returned, furnished, fi I 11 popt.;ar grays blacks' and blues, all at Plaid Silks at special prices..recial ; 1.. t' j

, Wireless Station at the Navy appearance bond late in Tuesday the afternoon morning.for Three their )fI..!t cut prices. ft't JW

SCARRITT MORENO. Yard Not Yet:Able? to of these, having had been already committed been under at the arrest I f1 r.. 200 Sample Rain-Proof $1.50 and $1.75 French Special Bargain: Sale of:Fine : j

lvLeo SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. preliminary trial some months' since,I Broadcloth Suitings 0
Agent for Diebold Safe and Lock Co. Coats. ,
Canton. Ohio. Speak the'Louisiana. but the other three were arrested im-11)) Silks: tu
Office and Salesroom: -23 E. Gov. St. I mediately. The bond of Gallagher tfl 52 inches wide, special N 4

was placed at $2,000, and the others* ai at about 1- 5 under regular . . . .$1.25 One lot ol colored 3&N:
SOMETHING NEW at $1,000 each. ).. } Ladies'S10Rain .
valu .
inch Taffeta j
Silks .absolutely
f EcW-tiTed\ Beaut]Pins 25 and 30s per pair I Commumcaioa Six others have not yet been ar I r1 j 75c Mannish Tweed ruIj
G with President Coats in
rested. Thy are at Lockhart, and gray all silk and
2n S. PaUfox! Si j and Worsted Suitings, N
w. A. Gahlenbeck Rocsevelt wireless
by telegraphy may
include Manager W. S. Harlan, who
. .$6.49
possibly be had some time during today was in the city dunng the week, but I J.j only, special : : choice styles, to go at 49c worth $1.19 per yard, N E
tha COTTRELL, I through the wireless. station at who returned to Lockhart on bus! tailored RainCoats Your choice of any:
$15 finely ruIJ
i in
New Tourist Coats
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacola. the Pensacola navy yard. The President ness. It Is expected that the manageras
hat fist. I is on board the battleship Louis- well as others indicted will reach JJ newest moleds. the popular Grays and color while they last, N '

:bite iana, bound for ,the Isthmus of Pana- here Monday and appear in court f1!J a greatbargain at. .$10.90 Browns trimmed in .at. U -,- ... . 69c fUIJ ''
ma, and that vessel Is equipped with ,
Tuesday morning. or possibly before. '
ancan PHCTOeRAPhlRS SISCE 1870.Kctfa the wireless system.. Important Cases. II JI 200 pairs of Boys Wool braid andTweednPauts velvet, Finest 49c Jap Silks, in N
*S.i'I1'e.()l Finithlnj tor Ama'suri. Yesterday afternoon the local station The cases; are: considered the mos td:tj]tJ worth each for black, white and all r'J f
; able find the splendidly $5 I 0
un- had not oeen to important before a court of the' Unl i faa : i
and> R. K. WHITE, Louisiana, although it was in touch ted St".*es upon this charge It is.ij D ; 'made, for this this sale, only .$3.90 colors, a great bargain N
with Key West throughout the day, that Tuesday morning the . 39c N
probably at .
and .
Mmiihoturmq Jeweler I 25cSpecial I
each JtJ
sale I .
like from New Cloth and Fancy
fpttin.38! S. Palate; Street. Pensaculi. Fla. I and* also received that station i cases will be argued upon legal! points, "1 - 60 pieces 50c and 59 TI"
re- the president's message scat out the and that possible the latter portion I J.' Worsted Coats in endless variety c"t t tJII
rajohey I day previous. of the week the trials will commence.I f Dress Goods.Bar. fancy Dress Silks, in u, fa
It is that the Lousianawill from ,$7.90 to $29.90,
expected:: ,
Tersely Told I be off Miami during to- ay, and ,,! neat, swell effects agreat N f
life. It gains.One much under value.I
it is possible that the, local station WILL FLOAT .J ., very 39c N
tt', J Renfroe, of Dothan, Ala., Is : ,. bargain a. .
0 ,
Jrn- to the city on a short business visit vessel.will get in communication. with the SAND DREDGE IJ lot 50-inch Imported *:, <:, New Silk Waists, mat h e 36-inch Pagoda Taffeta N''1!

uu- Among the business visitors In tne I l AJI-\Y 001 Scotch ; .t > choice combinations, from Silks, all, colors, regular -. m t
was city yesterday was William D. C. LEATHER CHAIRS.I !J k $4.90 to$7.95 each .: fU I i '
and 90c value
ntil Campbell, of De 'Uniak. THE RICHARD 'THACKERYBC WILL' i Tweed Suitings, : : special

ion Walter Williams, formerly of this. Try Cleaning Them With a lather oj READY FOR WORK DURING 11i 11 45-inch Silk and Wool s. New Plain Taffeta Silk .. sale price _ _ 59c ru

I to till but now of Terre Haute, Ind., is1 i .Castile Soap. THIS WEEK. '1 r P Taffeta Glace Suit- Waists at $2.95, $3.98 ,and 75c ;Plaid Waist Silks,. ru,
in the city on a visit to relatives. j jVT Leather on chairs is best cleaned,with f g .95 each. fUU
osaava wet rag and soap. Select a pure castileor The sand dredge Richard ThaCkery.\\ ings, \vorth 1.39: and f .' $ : : new:and nobby,colorings -,
the ft. E.H.Aycock Woodward, of Aycock of Chipley., Fla, were i white soap-aever a laundry,variety the which storm was, will left probably on Palafcx be launched! byI I if r $1.00. agent's sample .- New Kimonos, just in, aVery special; sale price 49c

.do, In on business. make a lather with lukewarm water tomorrow workmen have n choice line from the inexpensive We
Peasacola yesterday j as engaged 1-9 prices ,our special are showing an excellent m; .
with cloth rub suds into !
ow. and a damp for several: days in placing the: yB
who has been working ; f G9c Flannelettes to I line of fine All-
and B F .Lindsey, tea leather with a rotary motion covering rcde in condition and buJdlng: price . .
eea in the mills at Falco, Ala.remain, is In :' the entire surface' so one part ways;; so that she can be launched.The -i fj One. lot of hoc: Ombre the finest Jap Silk ones ,all at Silk Plaids from, per N
tae city and possibly
may is owned N
.kiln In*, I' will soiled not clean and'1nother When the seat have o a* ders, andas dredge soon as: she by Is Capt.ia condition S.l.tinr, yi S Plaid Suitings, special; 18c special bargain prices. yard 49c, 69c,.85c to $1.49 fU

to work will be placed! at work'.
Ira Bohlman, of Lakewcod, Fla. back has been well scrubbed in this!
589tM and Miss Reffie Smith of Florala, I way rub the'surface:dry with a soft digging channels from deep water toj i'f NJ I
Ala, arrived in the city last night on II the points where the" big ocean goln ,
en- a visit to Mrs. Wood, No. 18 East flannel cloth, and the spots should not barges Bobby-Ho and Peter are stand J.i EXTRA: SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR MONDAY. fUl
but the leather should be .
disappear ed near Perdido wharf. These barges\ f '
ber Garden street. i iI I I as shiny asIt. was when new. Where which are the largest along the gulf! B Good Adamantine Pins, 15c Hemstitched or Embroidered One case ofVhite 181
YoungIax Gugenheim, the spnghfC -I there are grease spots on the leather coast have not: been damaged to any f
icli and gentlemanly office boy of the they should have an extra washing and great extent but have been washedfar ,ItV;j full 1 papers, for lc Handker- Wing, Full BleachedSheets Ni

:ler hat SlcDaniel-Hyer Co., for the past three should first be cleansed with the suds ashore, sad it will require a g" it> ,9 Rubber Tip Lead Pen chiefs, now for . lOc 72x90, torn r N
Tears has resigned and will go to chamois of cheese- amount of work on the part of *. J. :
icy *ork tomorrow as mail clerK at the cloth and damp, that stain or piece will come out sand sucker to. cut out channels 'u; f tlI cils to go at ..- lc_ One. lot of fine Linen and hemmed, to go Ng 1

:ei-. L & X freight depot. so any back seat is scrub- them. = Head Pin .. ,, for . . . 39c nsU '
Ut when the entire or r President : Paper and Envelopes, ;

,ect to turned Photographer from a trip Cottrell South Florida has re-, bed.I .would never: rub oils Into leather z .v- .. '. r a. ur. I -* Cards- o for . 5c in boxes ; regular 50c One lot of Ladies': new nJl;
>rnEck. lere he spent about three weeks for most of them, make the surfaces << EC and IDe. ,Garter Elastic quality, to go now, .'Plaid Silk Belts, 0 .

in touting that and section.making Cottrell of scenes says I I sticky, especial y ,during 'hot weather. The True Way to Correct,Nervous t U to go for. . 5c per box . . 25c .* e worth 25 and 35c, to !

'W3 that game is plentiful there and that I i,I Then, too tLa ,leather Is so prepared Nervous troubles Troutls.are more, often! ,).:u 15c and 19c Amber or Best oOc Bleached 9-4 .go at . . 19c nJ'

oreavo the people themselves are prosper-I essential I caused by improper food and Iud I Back Combs togo N'Shel1
ous. lIe had a most I gostion than most people Sheets, torn and hem Two cases new Mohair .0( M
,rn- a dusting every day or oftener it convenient imagineEven U for. . . lOc
TWE'ntysix cases were docketed in I and a washing with suds and doctors some time overlook.thhs I med, special for . 39c Lustre Suitings, worth"j
the municipal court yesterday morning fbct A man says j J R 50c Jewel;, or Japanese \
:n-1 a damp cloth once In two or three 81x90 Bleached Pepper- 19c per yard, special;, N\

red for nUmber trial three by Recorder defendants Laney.were Of this discharged -I I weeks. Don't forget that leather must butter"Until with two meat years and ago gravy waffles were: an1 the t,,u Back Combs, for . 25c ell Sheets, torn and for . . . . 12c h' i
ar- In
three cases continued sentence be carefully rubbed and kept warm main features of my breakfast. Fi J R lOc Jewel Hat Pins, togo wide hem worth 85c: ,
winter, and remember that It Is a bad Two of Ladies'and tJIU I IU
two: tally; dyspepsia came on and I found i cases
in three cases t
-:- aitt defendants suspended turned over to the county' plan to sit down, quickly on a leather myself In a bad condition, worse tr ,' now for' _ . 5c for . . . . 69c Children's 39c
aninonties and fines amounting ton I seat that has been kt-p'fln a cold room the mornin:; than any otter time. IvoJd One lot of sample l HairBrushes Men $1.75Vork
*, imposed. for several days for the upholstery is Lave a. full ick feeling 1 in a, t I iIfC fine 1 F u II-)FI eece d Underwear -
English .
- likely to crack and split Jnst as patent stomach, with pains la my hear' ,.U't.9 Pants, neat dark styles ,to go at . 25c im
Xothin" ; equals the "Blue Ribbon I leather does-New York Telegram.Oae sides and head J Bribtle I worth 39c to ,only 10 dozen to N;
Flavor Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanil- "At times I would have no appetite : 19c Hemstitched PillowCases
la' :JOe (agnent samples) each . 98c .
Absolutely pure, goes twice as for days then I would feel ravenous; .tyu .t' to go at, ru ichoice i
far and the "Blue Ribon Flavor" is Kltcben to m. Bloe.. never satisfied when I did:eat, and so1! of entire 1 line -Boy'sVool Cheviot or : fine quality, ru,

Perfection Ask for the 25c size. I of'A co- perattve block kitchen in the middle nervous I felt like shrieking at the; J for . . 15c Mixed Tweed Suits, special for . . 14c nJ.1J
every to serve all the residents top of my voice: I lost flesh badly II
hanc! Dancing School. of that block is the latest solution offered end hardly knew which way to turn One lot of fine sample worth $2.50 to $3.00, Two cases finest Pacific Nt

Not j H n at S Catholic school Wednesday Knights Hall.night faces for tha eternal problem that until one day I bought a box of Grape I KfP Belts, in Corduroy in this sale . . .$1.95 Percales and Flannelettes m ,
every housekeeper says .a New Nuts food to see if,I could eat that. t
luJliirea'a Garter York correspondent of the Pittsburj I tried it without telling the doctor .4 and Silk, worth 50c Boys' $3 Beaver Over- in 5-lb bundles, ra i ,

The tension of a child's garters is a Dispatch. 'The plan seems feasible and liked it fine; made me feel as if J each, all colors, to goat oats special for .-. .$1.69 per Ib . . . 35c fU '
r view of the fact that the new Art club I had something to eat that was satisfying I I 1
rlect that every mother should pay . ... 15c ill
ltpnt studios have a kitchen in common for and still I didn't have that - One lot assorted Work i
on to. Tight Barters pulling on I had felt after 10 pieces 38-inch Ombre .
heaviness that eating White Handkerchiefs
5c *
the of small Ladies'
|fie little fallow's underbody will sure- use a : army of students Cu worth 10 c each, for. 5c I
who occupy bachelor, apartments: It any other. food. J .2 / Plaid Check Henrietta -
) v t'rins d.scomfort See that there Is "I hadn't drank any crafted then in ) to go at }ac
iI I f M t 1t'ient: pull to hold the stocking has been suggested by economists thata five weeks. I kept on with Grape- J B Best 14c Pillow Cases, Suitings, worth Best 5c Ing Writing

It Boulders?') :More to than this will cause the block large and kitchen that the be established place',b*under in every the Nuts and in a month and a half I bad f extra good, for . lOc 25c, special ... 19c Tablets l to gg,3 for. lOcC ;
come forward. ,' gained is pounds, could eat almost
direction of a chef, with several assistants. ; :
I wanted didn't feel badly
anything '
hair }Iattre.. .. ., The housewife, could take after eating and my nervousness was 1\\
t. ,'raring a hair mattress choose one her food there to be cooked, thus saving all gone.. It's a pleasure .to be well I '
t't:, wi'h! Hack rather than wfclte the price of taeJ'ad keeping lie bouse again. 'T. ::B: L. :N'N"ON": : Z:, CO.eaaaaaaaa .
:t ;' ,,', the latter has generally been free from the oaor'at.; .cookery"and besides Name given by Postum Co., Battle ,

I. -h'cli! deprives it of springliLes in many caws;:dispensing wftk Creek Mich. Read the book, "Tlie 22aa22a22aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaF + J
: :-: it aaf more uickv the cost of d spepsU tablete and pep Road Wellville," inNpkgs. ,There'S r

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hope that the writer thereof, who, after ner, to endanger entire south Is and before the winter Is, ended the state ' last: ''election ,.thee,: lzatlOJ' In .,ew York stateThe 1t'.1
F VJbt diligently and studiously and carefully not only preposterous but criminaland mal supply again." of sea food win Become nor !eighty presidency thousand by about; Mr.'one: Herrick hundred and the: enabl delegates hint from to control New York the democrat state

t.a 1tnIa wtfnal 'inditing so charming a little the scheme will no doubt meet The situation. brings home the, fact democratic candidate for governor,! the next democratic national convey to!

criticism was still capable' of committing with the censure it .so ,richly de that all food is not land-grown. The lost the state by about' eighty thousand Lion and it is safe to say that Z It

the errors which we have been serves. sea crop Is Important and when it Is ; and now, with the entire corporation will not be voted for another pInder
We have of New Orleans it 11 at element in the democratic; bund democrat like Judge Parker
DAILYt WEEKLY reluctantly compelled to point out had a sample scarce and high-priced as or
SUNDAY. God us' present we begin to appreciate Its party knifing Mr. Hearst he seems_to Cleveland who fattened on dean
commercialism. spare
will with tempered
a hereafter
I value and In the national econ have lost it by only about forty, thOu- cratie, patronage and deserted
? PUBLISHED EVERY MOgNING EXCEPT MONDAY with charity, still give us the another. scope : party'In the hour of need. .
-Birmingham Age-Herald.
.-BY... benefit of uls, or her advice when the Strange, Isn't It, the effect that,Tic/ omy. sand.Mr.. Hearst emerges from this con- If Mr. Hearst wants the demOCr&tlt

brain-raking turmoil of midnight and tory, has..upoa some people! For instance ', The City Hall R--: test one of the greatest men in the nomination for governor two Sean
; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. morning Incident to a desire to serve Editor of the esteemed Pensacola Is building a new city United States, and while his defeat Is hence, we believe he can have it ail
Carroll In with two years to
hall, and Incidentally getting educate the
regretted It has established conclusively
The Journal's readers with the latest at' peep:,
Monticello News, was so overjoyed trouble because the mayor Insists that If the a small plurality to overcome of !
: ,
F F FRANK L. MAYES President aa* G.*.ral M...... ..... and mast complete record of the great the defeat of the drainage amendment) that the contractor sEall furnish the expect to win victories, in the futureit party thousand is a mere bagatelle cry

we/:4'S happenings, leads us to writeof that he broke oat with: ''"Huzsat t tI the best material to go into the build- must remain democratic. The Hearst lives, it is confidently beHeyel

;; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. "bunted water pipes and of a Huzza! The baptizin pawnd Is safe! ing. In accordance with 'his agreement plundered element in the party, repre- that he will not only be governor of
Reverend, minus a the and a Mr.. -Lake City Index. senting the trusts and combinations the great state of New York, bit
Drainage is ausgespielt" Highly Complimentary.Ben against the Interests of the people, president of the United States. 1
SUBUCRIPTION RATES H. Thomas, managing editorof man who has worked for the
;voted solidly for Mr. Hughes. Let IntEl'o
1 One Year .. .. ._,....... 00 One Month The Sage of Princeton kept so quiet the
$5 ... .. .. .. .. 45 Let Us Have a Bigger the Pensacola Journal accompanied them stay in the republican eats of plain democratic peoni.
Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 during the campaign that he now b,.' his wife, passed through i where they nave belonged for camp :of this nation as he has, and has
Three Months. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Bdltlon. per y ear..fl CO hasn't even the satisfaction of saying Show Next Year., today on his way home from Jack I years. I compllshed_ what he has, will s i*
"I told 80.- sonville. Mr. Thomas is one of the Although defeated Mr. Hearst is be rewarded by them sooner sorely
you The success of Pensacola's first best all-round newspaper men In Flor- [in, control of the democratic organ- I later. tf f

The Only Pensacola Meivspaper Fivm HMcft s 0atoHM horse show Is significant. It demonstrates ida or any other state, and his extra-

Circulation Statement Can 0 e SeCII.... A Good ExampleOf that we have at last hit upona ordinary capacity for hard work I -

scheme a plan or whatever you was well Illustrated during the

t Sordid Commercialism.With may call it, that automatically ,works recent Pensacola storm, a tough ,
.,. t!lIl1DrIaI Room M Paper*.n Sale. en Trains assignment which he did a big : i

."? {{ Butloett Offlc 1500 I I and at all News Stand. wishes of sublime the people Indifference of the to United the up Pensacola's its own show, last week part with in "covering"rare ability.for It The took Journal sure-- I "How 1t Happened"fin New ro I

States, as expressed by their representations created more enthusiasm, attractedmore enough newsppare men to write up Atlanta Georgian. a

Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntondnol and DeLuna Sts. In Congress, and with utter attention, cost less money, and that little ltem.-Llve Oak Democrat I!a ,,",,",,",,",,"JWi,," u,____ ':\. i
i disregard of the safety and well required smaller organized effort than

PEXSACOLA, FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 11 1906. jI j jI being of Gulf' Coast residents a pe- I any public attraction of the kind that 99mX** 1. 2. : It is easy enough when it is allover superbly vigorous, thoroughly) da1Ul i iI
II tition has been forwarded to the M
Pensacola has seen In years. to find an explanation. for the less and absolutely consecrated
:governor of Louisiana .by the commercial That being the case and the success NEW YORK' THE PAPERS ELECTION. thing:that has come to pass., people's cause. It is the nve' 4-1 U8

.! A Welcome Criticism 'Few: people do or can realize under Interest Of ,the city of ; of the event being admitted what N ON & Perhaps the briefest and most comprehensive the passion of his life to fight tar
is to be had them.
what high pressure a modern daily New Orleans favoring state con might we not be able to accomplishin 1S&8X**& << explanation are thoroughly convict !
Received and Discussed.On In the statement that Mr. Hearst was that he can know no
paper is produced. Many people fail trol of quarantine. That the petitionwas more time with, more money and : defeated because Mr. Hughes received side of this. He has great arcs c&
a very neat piece of stationery, to realize also that newspaper reporters inspired solely by a spirit of The New York World: wear'
with a better organization and greater "Let nobody mistake the meaningof the largest number of votes! nine great newspapers, at last a gmt
.I In what appears to be a feminine desk men, or printers are not commercialism evident from the effort? What is to prevent us next the narrow victory that Charles E. But there are those of us who find organization of his own and (Like: ire

hand, carefully paragraphed, perfectI always college graduates, though mostof complacent statement of The New year from having one of the finest Hughes has won over William R. some comfort and others who find fabled ancient he rises stronger

I ly punctuated with correct cap!tali- them are capable of writing better Orleans Picayune that "the fruit lines stock shows in the South, and from Hearst Mr. Hughes' election by 36.- some diversion in looking for the reasons from every falL

,zatlon and studiously written throughout English than many of the said colle- offer to bear the largest part of the getting 10,000 to 15,000 people to come 000 plurality is morally a Republican and causes of victory and defeat He has thousands of friends <111
repudiation of the Hearst was defeated within the last every state of the republic
but with no mark to indicate the gians.. I expense," provided the state and not here to see, M rfot"' a thing in the I corrupt defeat a corporations.popular The Hearst seven days. he Is the real idol and leader and of C cia;*:

Identity of the writer, there comes to While appreciating the worth of a the general government, controls thq wdfld 1i>nC>the faflure(to grasp aSi opportunity. vote Is' a striking illustration of the Croker and Roosevelt and the ; plain people of America no caa .&::,

The Journal the following delightful man who is capable of using the best quarantine at the mouth of the Mississippi popular temper in regard to the Boodle bag'were the trinity that over has eyes and brains can deny fie

J little note: forms of English newspaper men are and, incidentally of course, The Journal therefore moves that abuses of the corporations and the. came the people and their championIn has no reason to,be discouraged tf!?

Pensacola Fla. NOT. 8, 1906. valued more for their ability to recog- permits them to endanger the entire the opportunity be grasped. We hopeto demand for effective. regulation." I New York. No the magnificent who fight he has nnOi
Editor of Pensacola Journal, nize news when they see It, to get southland by operating between New hear the motion seconded and in The New York Times I time Much the as fear it of was Croker protested fell upon at the the tory has fought ever such figured odds In car Lj.

Fensacola Fla. it quick, and to get lots of it, than Orleans and the fever infested portsof the event that it is carried, The "Satisfaction there may be, and New York Democracy on 'Thursday Every trust and corporation
Dear Sir D ti
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Have you a dictionary In your new for any special ability which they may Central America practically with Journal pledges itself, here and now, heartfelt thankfulness that we have: last Neither Murphy, nor Nixon, nor East was fiercely and actively against I
building? If you have would you have for rhetorical form or classic out restriction.In to give Pensacola's next horse show escaped at all, but in the margin for of any other chief has ever filled, the him. The wealth the prestige ate

mind looking up the perfect particiI I. diction. A man who can get a story view of all that has occurred In the widest publicity that the biggest our enthusiastic deliverance rejoicing there,is rather no cause for a seat of Croker in the Wigwam of the influence of his own pam zs:

I I pie of the verb: to burst? Winter Is Into shape, with all of the pertinent the past and especially the serious newspaper circulation in this part of season of humiliation and a searching Tammany halL They are all dwarfs opposed to him. Every United States;
beside him. He was the boss senator of his
afraid will have great party was silew!
j and I we >r
| coming hear about am"'burstedwa.ter pipes facts who can write it so that the charge practtaclly undisputed and Florida Is capable of accomplishing. !:of minds and hearts, that the people and all the others were feeble Imita antagonistic. Scarcely a half aran

Ito as we did during the storm. paper's readers will understand what absolutely proven, that the laxness of The Journal is ready to boost itarethe of this great commonwealth may discover tions. There has never been a real congressmen were with him. Every

I And then, Mr. Editor, If you should he has written, and who can rush.the I I the Louisiana state quarantine was rest of the people in favor of and reckless how it come desire about for ,overthrow this strange ruler since his time.. For twenty newspaper in New York except t.$
t ask Dorothy Dix or any ot that army stuff la to the office quick enough to responsible for the terrible scourge exerting an effort that is worth boosting dangerous as it was venturesome that years, since John ,Kelly's day that own were moving heaven and earth
of amiable women, who advise erring which swept many gulf coast citiesonly grim old man of great capcity sat in against him. The mayor of his owe!
avoid any delay In the paper's goingto ? ..has possessed so many of them. Time
the door of Tammany and ruled its great city--a member of his
mankind on every: subject from soI a It Is astonishing own grit
j year ago ,
press-such a man is worth a was when a party plurality of 60,000in fortunes
and its votes with an iron party-was In the ranks of
I ciology to the latest style In neckwear to say the least that the greed for A French physician now asserts New York was held to be a great his Intensely
. I think she would tell thatit dozen polished essay writers, even hand. There are men in New York active enemies; the president
commerce should be allowed to that appendicitis is caused by a victory. Mr. Roosevelt was elected
over para middle of the
aged men and old who United States with
he makea the ntc.e
is customary to use the and Mr. though may here and there :;:
by 17,000 and Mr. Odell in
with Reverend. In speaking of min. few grammatical errors.It balance the dictates of conscienceand site. Maybe common people will be governor ia02 by 9000. But a plurality of for so many years have known' no enormous o'Ver'ot the administration .
istera. That Is, the Reverend Mr. the simplest demands of human- able to have it after a while. other political law than Croker's will, marched into the open field o
must be remembered that Inthe 65,000 against Mr. Hearst is not
that his deal him
when' voice sounded even an unworthy blow, and ,a
Smith and not. Rev. Smith as though ity. That any city should commit itself enough.
Rev were the gentleman's first name. rush and hurry and general high pressure to a mode of procedure that is Roosevelt is at sea. So are a great from across the seas, they went by the money that political woiic-

Anyway, you might ask about it ,Incident to issuing a daily to many Republican politicians In New 'I The New York Herald: sheer force of habit to obey It. Murphy could ask or think, was at the se,'
brand it
Yours truly newspaper, news writers do not,have sure as dangerous during York state. "The voters of New York have en- has never had Croker's hold upon I vice of his organized and desperately -
the fever season would be remarkable, the wigwam, and when the trumpetof eager foes.
A JOURNAL READER. time to linger over questions of tered their verdict at the polls. Mr.
gram- but that the action was taken bya ." ... I..I'. : Hearst Is defeated. Faith in the moral [ Croker blew against the bugle of And yet against such odds and:
We are glad to receive this kindly matical form or of finished expression city that claims to be the most progressive sense and sagacity of the peopleto I Murphy the old chief three thousand fighting almost alone, the world, he

suggestion, for two reasons, and we If they state their subject mat and In the south, NEWS AND WBWiB decide, and decide aright when I miles way blew strong enough to blow flesh and the corporation elements ;t

assure the writer that his, or her, ter in plain language so that the prosperous to FROM STATE... PAPERS. emergency arises-that faith which I more loyal voters from the wigwam the Republican and Democratic pa:
the Gateway the great Mississippi rg lies at the foundation of polls than had gone astray in many ties could only beat him 40,000 vote,'
delicately veiled is not lost reader can readily understand it, they popular government
sarcasm valley and the seat of culture and e..s >>.. ingdHl -will everywhere be renewed years. With ,Tammany loyal and It wasn't much of a victory aft >Tall

on the possibly dulled, but have accomplished the main purpose learning, is little short of astounding. And a Fair Wind. and strengthened by yesterday's elec- joined to Hearst's own strength Man and its narrowness should mo -

less thoroughly appreciative,neverthe-I of their existence. But whatever they I I New Orleans is jealous of her com- Pensacola is rapidly regaining her tion. That Hearst was defeated by hattan Island should have rolled up the victors to humility and reform.

correct grammatical form which we I I do must ./e done at once, and where merce, and in that lies the kernel of normal conditions d before long an emphatic plurality appears the 150,000 more votes than Hughes re

still possess, even though appearancesmay errors of expression occur there is the whole matter; the fear that a few business in everyone will have resumed more satisfactory In view of the pecu ceived.Secretary Root with the WATER POWER.
its former .st te. The cltlzefes liar nature of the campaign. With message of
at times be very much against us. but little opportunity for correction.It banana ships will cease to unload unprecenientad the ,president did a deadly work. Mr.
of Pensacola for
plucky lot and pub
We are glad, we said' for two must not be supposed either that cargoes at the docks of the Crescent we hope that they, will have clear Betty, an .organization specially devised Roosevelt's was a mean and dastardly A Slmpl* Uttl EnrlB That Anr

reasons-first, because such a letter most of the writers who make these I! City Is the reason for a move 'that sailing for years to come.-Bartow to advance his political ambi- blow as was ever struck by presi- Smart 87 Can )lake.

1 demonstrates that the writer is inters errors are not as keenly sensitive to places the whole south in jeopardy. Record. tions, and with the lavish use of dent or private citizen. It was a:snot The principle illustrated In the accompanying
money, the boasted 'creator with a poisoned bullet and was out. cut nlsht readily: serve tn
the fact as is the reader of the printed New of an organized
Orleans alone of all southern
in the and
ested ,
success appearance side the ethics of I
The Two Storms-i hatred' was able to spread war. It was a blow generate IK'wer.Without the use of mscLInary.
i lof The Journal; and second, becauseit page who, at his leisure' finds it easy cities, is willing to risk not only her The East Coast,of Florida last week far and wide his Inflammatory appeals below the belt and In any prize ring We cfcre it, however, merely

affords us an opportunity to discussa to locate flaws and point out mistakes.In own people but the people of the en- experienced a severe storm in which to passion and ,prejudice and his of pugilistic pugs would have been as an interest iig and easily made n-

subject that we have often thought fact the news writers themselvesare tire gulf coast in order that ,a few many' thousand Collars worth of bribes to the discontented -and the called ."a fouL" The president knowsas perUfanf.Poor :

readers their own harshest critics and after paltry dollars in" commerce may flow property was destroyed and otherwise poor in the form of alluring well as any man that Mr. Hearst water .into: a good sized glmtumb1
newspaper may very properlybe "
lives promises. had nothing to do with the murder of
excused for not generally under their stories have appeared In the through the port ,notwithstandingthe lost damaged And, together"with plucky Pensacola many, though McKinley. He knows that the agita- twtU INs: trd-ttirds full aaa

standing. ]I(I paper it is quite likely that they discover fact that the sordid wealth thus barely recovered from a terrific ex The New York Sun: tion which Mr. Hearst invoked at stand It upon a canlatar t> give it the \

how to our critic's question. Yes,{ more errors and feel more keenly gained may be expended a thousand perience in a like matter of some The people expect great things of that time was fully and abundantly necessary elevation. Throoga" the tat
I thedefects of their work than the times over during but one visitationof weeks ago, offered assistance to the Mr. Hughes. 'He was born into public vindicated in the disclosures of rot cork OQ the, surface.o the Water Is a

we have a dictionary in our new bulld- ...ader could possibly discover or feel the stricken people.-Live Oak News. life in a momentous conjunctionof tenness and tyranny brought out In -- pie ,. IiV
yellow scourge.If 1; .
ing-a Webster's Unabridged-and, the stars. He takes his trust from the Insurance scandals the exposuresof I
for them. New Orleans alone would have The Industry. Depew and Platt the meat mon :
many appearances to the contrary Fishing the hands of the whole people. He r4,Jd"'c, .
notwithstanding, we very frequently !j I .n conclusion let us reiterate that to bear any affliction that might re- Nature and,the greasers have put a Is master of his destiny and of the strosity and the gas grab. He knows "

we are glad to receive such kindly sult from laxness of..quarantine regulations sad blight on the rosy outlook of the destiny of the state. It ft a noble that without the agitation and the
refer to it. Would we mind looking Gulf Coast fisheries. It would seem and light of fearless publicity flung by
criticisms as that contained in the there would be no objectionto an inspiring prospect May he
the "perfect participle of the verb whose property fearless the boodlera
up that the smack owners seize it in a master grasp. newspapers and
to burst?" No, we would not but letter above, and we trust that this the plan at present proposed, but is tied up at Mexican wharves are grafters would be swindling untouched

will not be the last one. We also the Idea of one city acting in a man now better off than those whose entire The New York Tribune: to-day. He knows, if he will con- I
the fact Is without look-
we are sure,
assets are In"Davy Jones' locker. "Sober sense predominates in New fess 1U that his own activity againstthe
Ing, that there Is no such "verb" as I Those who know the slow upbuilding I York but the state cannot lay any Northern Securities Company was

"to burst". The word "burst" Is a GOOD TIMES AHEAD of these fisheries and the wonderful flattering unction to itself upon the quickened and Inspired by the mar
verb, and it has a perfect participle, enterprise displayed by the original .overwhelming predominance of wisdom shalled testimony which Mr. Hearst
FOR PENSACOLA AND PENSACOLIANS.There the magnitude and sobriety. We had not flung as a at
\ but the expression "to burst" is not a i founders will appreciate concealed challenge his feet And 1rtDI
and the bitterness of the disas our hope for such a defeat for for the president of the United Statesto
verb, consequently has* no participle, has never been a period In the history of Pensacola when business ter. It Is because of our own per- Hearst as Bryan experienced. While leave his high station lower his A

1 perfect or otherwise. As we remem- was as good, when labor was more generally employed or better paid sonal knowledge of these men that the verdict falls short of being as great estate, and come down into the It:

ber the grammatical description of when times were as prosperous or prospects were more promising than we look to see the fishing industry of crushing as we feel he deserves and arena to levy a charge of murder j cLtb
Pensacola Fla., rise, Phoenix-like, we thought an Indignant public would against an opponent who had simply | I !
such an expression "to burst" is an right now in the month of November A. D., 1906. make It the
from the ashes.:. The Fishing Ga handsome plurality by agitated the economic wrongs wroughtby
Infinitive, or a form of the verb burst This assertion may seem a broad one, but It is nevertheless no idle zette. which Mr. Hughes wins can offer no a lot of selfish and heartless neat

bat it is not in its entirity a verb. boast and it is made with a thorough understanding of conditions as they Just encouragement to the ambition trusts, is the unworthiest act that has J I
r We have no doubt that the, word"bursted" Predict His Success. of his adversary." stained the escutcheon of the president
with '
-.Miamlaris i-wlll-n-rfmemben I S
and probably many other existA newspaper comes in closer contact with people of all conditions than pleasurable' interest-; Mr. J. T..ft. The New York Press: But it won. It was low but It was th

' expressions equally as incorrect have any other business Institution. Its clientele is composed, of both rich and Crawford who formerly resided here found"The this best tribute that can be effective. With all of Theodore Roose UJhl
appeared in The Journal from time top and who filled an Important place I morning to Charles Evans velt's undiminished
poor, business man and laborer, and the condition of Its own business at the court Hughes as a vote winner is that prestige and popularity -
time. More than that we are fearful furnishes the best possible barometer of the condition of all other businesses among the clerical returning force to his former i,people of this state had such condl the with the behind wrath a of charge of murder- ttxyolvmo SI1'HOx.. tb

I that many similar errors will con- and of all classes in the community.That house.home at Upon Tallahassee, Mr. Crawford dence in him that he won despite the rising behind the the martyred motor'McKinley itout straw, which transversely scp' lit
, tinue to mar the columns of this paper and has re- dynamite which was exploded under car ports one of the same diameter To 'j't
the The Journal his law course of
being case from its own knowledge of the situation completed his Hearst there were thousands of
but trust that if of his profession canvass by the Roots'and Cor- latter IN attached two other straw :'
our gooa- the practice workment
begun pledged to his
does not hesitate to say that the good times which we cently cause who
are telyous
now enjoying despite the .
' with his brother support of the mailer diameter, each of these bavi 2
natured critic is not called upon tot at Pensacola either betrayed him or did not rote.
are not only going to last but they are going to be succeeded by of Crawford & McCarrena and Crokers. It Is bit lenp
under a of straw inch In
read about "busted" water pipes, he, under the firm name stood that And for labor to betray a friend about an
even better times and business man and laborer are going to enjoy the Crawford. His Maims friends predictfor the administration's purpose like Hearst.. was the stab.of the Bra- attached to the end at an obtuse angi 1r.I
will be
r or she able to endure the been to .
most prosperous period in the history of their existence. him much success In his chos4nvocatfon. legatee for provoke a residuary tus who should have been loyal. when with the outlets cut on the slant to <*
s altogether milder ordeal of "bursted" the white house In I
.-Miami News the all else' were false. .
dilute the water.AH
exit of the
' The Journal itself is preparing for the biggest advertising patronage person of Mr. Root or }Ir. Cortelyou.
pipes. Last -
We and greatest of the controlling the joints are hollow and e e
it has had. With better faciliues Difficulties. guess the people of New
ever than It had during the Under York
Now to the of the word holiday Fishing causes were the wax,
as use "Rev and oysters in and Mr. Charles Evans money bags of the made water tight with sealing
% season of last year, it is better prepared to handle big patronage this The scarcity of fish Hughes have opposition. Held in reserve until the art
erend" when it precedes the name of states particularly In Alabama settled this matter of succession." The ends of the transverse straw
t a clergyman. We are not a regular year than it was then-and it expects to handle It too. the gulf Mississippi, and Florida. Is last moment and even sounding the j likewise cIosedswih the wax but t9!
'i'; ""i! cry poverty as' a misleading
t reader of Dorothy Dix and must consequently The Pensacola business man is becoming every month more and more easily accounted for' in the of lack sixty of e !t ,, .the uncounted millions of the trusts ruse ;i ends of the depending straws are t

plead ignorance to what dependent on his advertising. Buyers look for a merchant's' advertisementmore nsheraen. Out of a fleet and operatedout :e DEFEAT OF HEARST :r. i let go the purse strings after,the president -j open. ,

she considers "customary" In this than they ever did before. The public ,has come to regard a man fishing Pensacola schooners owned Mobile there are '1i- REALLY A VICTORY ie had spoken, and no man will Now, to.start-this cclque bomee-**
of and apparatus In action let two person
know the ,
case. We have no doubt however, who does not advertise as one whose goods will not bear cue test of pub only nine afloat The other fifty-one 'il- Tampa-Herald- [ amid the masses money in temptation that walked I1 I II suck the open' ends of the depend< :'4

that Miss Dorothy would advise us licity, and consequently he receives little attention from people who have says the Pensacola Journal. are on I corruption on Saturday and Sunday and straws catU t& water >tegics: t& flaw

correctly as to what is good usage in money to spend. And the Pensacola and West Florida buyer has come to the beach or sunk at various cannot re- 1 >> .U $ h I nights preceding the election. I and when they take their mouths a''"aT

x thIs respect and we are equally certain regard The Journal as the recognized: medium which the Pensacola merchantuses The gulf ,fishing fleet along the Atlantic The I Well, ,the battle will go on. Hearst the device will beta to revolve, ** ,* 1o
inforced by purchases
that her advice would be strictly when he the managers claim told four thousand common people toe water steadily from the op3:
speaks to buying public; consequently the Pensacola coast because fishing Is exceptionally that Mr. Hughes has been elected I on the Bowery and pours

In accordance with. ,our critic's own merchant uses :The Journal when. he wishes to tell the public what he has good at this season, and mor 'ot the state of New York bOTa hour later to more repeated it an ends.
people In Carnegie =a
will *
Idea. in the premises. But she to sell the owners of fishing schooners are plurality of about forty lhonsan Hall that as long as he had This revolving siphon
But in one This Is a breath empty the tuasbler, bet you may keep
not willing to sell them. very small
would probably use one of the ,; Pensacola- has changed a great deal! during the past few years; ,it will way or another the fleet will be In- tremenduous vote such pluralitya and should brains and .a dollar to spend, he the action up aa long as you please b* 0Ii

terms, "proper," "good form, or change great deal more during the next few years. These changes -eased both at Pensacola and Mobile in that state. Judge Parker as was lost cast the ranks or keep at the up this front,fight He in the pouring water in as fast at the straws
t "good usage," instead of the have all been and will continue to be for the better. The city is getting is young let Ir TVMT act. ,

word "customary," because using really metropolitan. New buildings street paving, sewerage, better lights ckPt

the words the and Mr. with Reverend, an Improved street car service and. numerous other Twentieth century ad-

' while essentially, correct. are not vancements are bringing the Deep Water'City into a prominence and mark-

customary with newspapers anywhere Ins her with a prosperity which she never enjoyed before. Femenina'for
r though it would be good form "The Journal: doing its part In the great prosperity which all enjoy

with newspapers everywhere. I i I and it will continue to do its part in the greater prosperity to come. Let
y f ,;Arid: now to the subject that the.1'i ]I every other,enterprise join in. and the good times which we have predictedwill

t I l-eceipt of the above letter suggests. be discounted twice over by the good times that will be realized. to any SI.OO preparation on, the ,market.

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NOVEMBER 1f. 1tOt.q" .
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\to'oUY to n,, GOY'RI BflOI R 1

Ml u ." ;:1.- Misses' Cloaks.
Pluder.years' I '

ker demo O! Faultlessly made, artful fitting models correct i
d a
d the to NOW.. : All wool beaver. Royal tan and navy ,, AFTERDEFEATIs [

:craUo t' blue in sizes 12 to 16 years, $5!former price, 4

now at_----- $3.50oj -
'it. .
and .*
Peopleforay :\oj Convinced That Voters f

11 e. 1! 1 Children's C oats. kt Will Eventually See Er- TruthfulnessAbsolute ::


{nor butes. oii Short Coats of wool the kind we offer here. A f ror of Their Ways. truthfulness of statement characterizes every sale made ':1

A s garment of worth and a pride to wear. Just the In a Kress store. F

inter. coat for Sizes 5 to 10 at prices The following letter which When we say we can sell you an article for 10 cents that win J
/ is self-
peopleas aosurely .. j j t from $1:2 5io, .. _. $3.00 1 1a explanatory from was received last night cost you from 25 cents to 50 cents elsewhere; it is an indisputablefact. \ I
Governor Btoward: It isn't because the, goods are unseasonable or under value : 'f
* Tallahassee Fla.. Nov. 9. 1906_
Editor Pensacola Journal I
i i
) ravenettes.i : Dear Sir-As governor of the buy for fifty stores instead of one. We buy in car-loads
= i t 1KOSIERY SPECIALS State of Florida, I desire to thank j 1 I I
for where others buy by the dozen. We purchase direct from the .
you the
patriotic producing ,
c. The great innovation in wearing apparel.I Acoat in some patterns.of the Lord newest& ,Taylor's ideas and i; made during the campaign fight that just 3'0\11 I I II I I centres of the world. Others must buy from importers or

j for service and appearance. Protective to a famous Onyx brand ,!closed amendment, in behalf to the of Constitution tha proposed, i jobbers. Therefore we save all middle profits and difference is

B, .... degree-rain proof. All sizes in grays and also Hosiery.Black Cat Drainage Commissioners creating authorizing --I given to you in Kress' values.

tans. Usually sold at $15.00 our price____ oil.00 District: them to lay out a Drainage'!I Note the following bargains: t
25c: to 50c and levy an acreage tax
therein upon all of the taxable al.I ..,' ;t
eke from ,
testimony r luvial swamp and overflowed lands. -

launt. i 1 your own eyes-visit 1 .J3. ,,, 1 MEN'S HALF HOSE It is true that we have defeated in MONDAY, 9 A. M.KRESS1' .
the first skirmish, but as soon as the ,
.01..1$ our store and see our advertised bought in great quantity voters have had time to think and ,
t and goods yourself. t direct from factory.: No middleman's reason, they: will with practicable PITCHER AND BOWL
. forictei : profit here-jou get that unanimity thank you for the patriotic
3 -
; out. This, the home of bar- 123 S. Palafox Street. ICc, 15c and 25c a pair. service that you have endeav01 .*-' SALE I
gains that spread our ed to render them and the State -
alth. '<""J'," ""'''''' '''' 1QIF>'JU.i: 4"-''! Florida.: Xo unprejudiced voter or I I ,
great fame. Saving becomes voters, who had not some ulterior I Another of Kress' .
e the example exceptional values. r
H necessary now and the motive would vote to make himself'
roger to save is where HARDWARE DEPARTMENT. uid his neighbors; pay out of the proceeds These high-grade goods simply can't be duplicated
is place of the sale of portions of their I elsewhere for less than twice the price.
la value "shows up." In Over three carloads of stoves sold yearly by us- less than three million acres of land
that .
the our ads. appear many think of it. Evidently there is Jiej# t t'sexsavingopporttmitiesbut for the the four drainage and one-half of not million only it acres, but I I 25 cents each piece ; r.

%He ho ceedingly popular. The brand-ths rO..,,Ki?
afternods the store, itself, shows and ranges for cooking and baking. Secure supreme t voters by nine find land out syndicates.Vhen that we: as -fraftees the, j,

. his.I ,. thousands more. .4. satisfaction with an O.K. Stove or Range. must contipue to dig with the two Handkerchiefs-Special !I'
dredges built from the money derived i
Looks like we will 1 have to have more room for our from the sale -of their sT/amp and. Before the advance in cotton rates ite placed an order for 15,000 worth of si
the FANCY SILKS. tool section by the number of visitors we have lately. overflowed lands thereby i reclaimingthe I handkerchiefs one of the largest single purchases ever known in this line of goods. "
ainst millions of acres of land already! This lot of 75 different patterns is a part of that record purchase and contains .
and Fancy, indeed, but Carpenters' Tools of best quality of steel' and edge. given to the corporations they will i ladies' lace hemstitched and embroidered handkerchiefs o( assorted designs
was The line is see that they were misled in voting I some initialed.
tates .. sacrificing nothing for complete, too. against the amendment. It, is an 1m- Values,12c.,15c.and25c.................................... ....each lOC c:: -

,t or real beauty. Many re- Remington and Ithica guns in variety. We are t' position upon the people to compel j i it
iczenJvery lands at
the Trustees to sell for them '
: markably beautiful de-f jobbing for this We make the t What a. hold Snvenvare Lancaster French i
agents vicinity. prices I $.50 an acre with which to drain not Pillow Tops these 5aish table
thIs J* seldom shown in and sell lower See the ? only their lands but .the railroad i j pillow tiny
signs can necessarily to point J
you. artistic in
earthown. lands where if the amendment had : tops have upon the people! And j silver-very patterns grapes
this city. 500 yards to U. M. C. A. Shells and Cartridges in all calibres. been adopted and the corporations I II why not? Just the thing to and grape leaves. This line of forks ;

great I' be sold in 4 to 15-yard thereby .compelled to pay what they;! make the divan, couch or porch knives, spoons, sugar-tongs, etc., Includes
;3 in- till Eagle Ready-Mixed Paints-Paint that paints. already owe, we would not have been I attractive. As popular a selection only the best workmanship and -
identthole[ lengths gone. a7iWu t The life-preserver of your home inside and out. No compelled to sell any more of our I as can nnd. material. Guaranteed for two years.
main drainage you 1
until the I
75c land
Regular price
istra- g spe- wood rotting, because they cover so thoroughly. canal was cut and the land had In- Regular foil line stamped fdting.! handsome Would cost you treble the money if
Id to Clad! at beautiful in value from $.50 an acre to I flower designs in artistically blended purchased at ordinary stores.
Many tints and shades bring joy to the be- creased ( colon rocI'ictnredesiemwithmottoesinllofhumorand
d all 49 $300 to $10000 an acre but we must!I. Kress*price.........,....each lOc
d>ers I cents. holder. We are the agents. Ask for color card, free. hope: that the court will decide the I I lCJ1b1ent . r lOC' 1
serrate- constitutional of which Act 'the
> r : amendment was a copy. 1
Buggies from the Columbia Buggy Co. The famous : ..f Again thanking you, I beg to remain :- Kress' Candy.
,. and the ft Paste runabouts. Carriages from the Rockaway -.,",, I I IKress' E
ts oi '.s Carriage Co. three of's best productions. :, ; Yours N. B.very BROWARD truly. by buying in vast quantities, are able to sell candy that
parotes'- I : Governor. costs 25 cents per pound elsewhere, for 10 cents a pound. Notice the
A large shipment just received and more being shown offerings below.Wherever .

after t in our depository on Garden street. We are sole medicine advertisedin I candy is sold in a Kress store it is, safe, fresh and

rm more, ag nts for above carriages and guarantee their Every this paper will be found at! harmless......!.....................:........................per lb. tOe
tij J I
i work. The Crystal Pharmacy.1wk : For Reliable Candies Try Kress'

f<1 Harness from the worlds largest makers-The i, ,- 1

.&J1p j Perkins-Campbell Co., These people'supply the United : The Nonoparell guess what it Is. FUDGE, Chocolate and Vanilla flavors.. perlb. tOe I

; States with all harness, and, the government display Strictly Fresh Chocolates and Bon-Bons, usual price 40c. to

3 acre to- r the same at all expositions: First prize at St. f ', .x ti AN AGED LADY 60c. per lb., Kress' price......per lb. 20C

r naa- I Louis exposition.i Guarantee enough?

e exglass- "WATCH KRESS. HDQ. '

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t the who had escaped and that he had]I Schlichter of the Philadelphia Giants, 81 YEARS, DIED YESTERDAY N..N...........t.................1N1N11N...N111T

j tat :BOLD' NEGRO BURGLAR just come to the city being employedas has been elected president J. W. Con- AFTERNOON.One ._
isaBBP section hand by the Louisville & I nor, of the Royal Giants vicepresident -
;Nashville.. I and J. M. Bright of the Cuban IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF f

CAUGHT IN THE ACTWas Several holes had been bored in the Giants, treasurer. A board of trustees of the oldest and most highly
door the negro evidently intending to consisting: of the president Minuel esteemed residents of the city died
I afterwards use a saw or bore out a t Camps of the Cuban Stars and,E. B yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Irene i i
I space sufficient for him to insert his Lamar Jr., of the Cuban X Giants, G. Scarritt passed away at the family Clothing or Furnishing
Holes Into Door of Lannon & Co.'s Store
Boring which also
hand and raise a bar held the was chosen Nat C. Strong of home. No. 222 North Alcaniz street i
door fast. 'New York is secretary of the organi- She had
When Noise Was Heard By the Proprietor, and I zation. after reached a the lingering age of 81 illness.years. I j i from top to bottom, you can be Hatted, Suited, i

COLORED CLUBS The association is modeled on the Death came yesterday afternoon at j: Clothed and Footed at 212 South Palafox street with +
\the Police Were Notified.A lines of the National and the American 3 o'clock while she was surroundedby
leagues. It was made necessaryby : friends and relatives. The de- :' the best the country affords, at prices within reach 1
FORM LEAGUE the financial results of the season ceased was tne daughter of Francisco I. of all, and ,satisfaction ,guaranteed.Boys' '
bold but unsuccessful attempt> station and Police Officer Ward wentto of 1906 when every owner of a colored Moreno, one of the early settlers in i
na made Just before 13 o'clock last the store hurriedly.In I ball club in this vicinity 'last Pensacola, and leaves three sons and o Suits from $1.50 to $7.50. +:
alfht to rob the store of T. H. Lannon t j the meantime Mr. Lannon had UPON LINES OF NATIONAL I money due to the exhorbitant salaries a large number of relatives to mourn I: Men's Suits from $7.50 to $27.50. t
4 Co.. corner Palafox and Intendencia quietly gone out througa the front I LEAGUE AND AMERICAN paid to the players, and the keen .competition her loss.
itreets. The party attempting the door and met the officer and together ASSOCIATION. among the various clubs The funeral services will be conducted : Also a full nnd complete line of Boys' and Men's i
= crime gave hilt name as Will Williams they passed through the gate from In The idea is to place colored base- this afternoon at 3:30 o'clockat : Shoes, Hats and Underwear. Z
cegro with a wooden leg. and claims I tendencia street which entered the .
Philadelphia Pa., Nov 10 Under ball on a solid business basis and to St. Michael's churchj .
lit to had a partner, who is also a yard in the rear of the store. In'the the name of the National Associationof protect both players and managersand ,
ne sro. darkness nothing could be seen but Colored Baseball Clubs and the prevent jumping from one club i SPECIAL ATTENTION !
r It was just before 12 o'cloctc. a.... Officer Ward quickly lighted a pieceof United States and Cuba the Philadelphia to another on the slightest pretext NO INFORMATION
after the store had closed for the night twisted paper and in a moment he Giants of Philadelphia the Cuban'l as was done 1 Jat ,seas9n.AIt \ ,in- S
that Mr. Lannon engaged in closing saw a crouching figure at the rear X Giants and' the: Cuban Giants: +00{teira antor proteftl'.the ebiijij/ipra\ >= "n- ; paid to out-of-town customers. i
:3P the day's business in his e-flBce. I door. The man was placed under arrest : New York, the Royal Giants cf Brook.lyn scrupuloof rmwwsJF of1 independentclubs REGARDING MANBODY : Mail Orders promptly attended to .
sari a noise at the rear door. lie and when he arose from the and the Cuban Stars of Havana. who engage tho colored clubs I i
istened, and finally became convinced ground a brace and two bits were Cuba, have banded together for the I and unceremoniously cancel the dates
3at pome party was at the door found which he had been using in perpetuation of colored baseball by at the last moment if so inclined. It I IPOU'S ZZ !ITWILLPAY
Jearorlng to bore holes through boring holes through the door. surrounding it with such safeguardsas Is intended to cut out all such clubs OF STRANGER REMAINS IN I
jtnlIB r oi a view to forcing an en-I The negro claimed that some of the will warrant public confidence in which treat any of the national agreement -: *
Of e Immediately telephoned the holes had been bored by his partner. its integrity and methods. Walter clubs in that manner. I UNDERTAKING PAR- Country Merchants to investigate my stock and prices .

,Tins LORS AWAITING IDENTI 2 before buying else-where. s ,
ogle ngth FICATION. i Special suit department ,with 1000 samples to ? .-

(o fl- select from ,and we guarantee fit or the suit goes *
I B G CUT PIC SALMILTOWS There were no developments during : back. t

arewax. yesterday regarding the identity of I Ii : tI
i the stranger who met death last Tuesday -
ara morning by asphyxiation, and the t f. .
: the body remains at Pou's undertaking I JOS. COLEMAN
left AT L. BARGAIN STORE parlors awaiting advices from some,'

light point upon which his may identity possibly and throw give some the I! S Entire Furnishers to Man and Boy. i _

:.sods 107 SOUTH PALAFOX officials the address of relatives. !
.on* STREETAt have said l Y
While several parties 212 S. Palafox Street. Phone 727.
ding that they had seen the man on pre ; 0
flow 9 o'clock Monday November 12 J906 for when vious occasions, and one has stated :{ :
.way) a* m. one day only. Why pay more his name is Johnson these identifications P. 0. Box .i

vhii open you can save money attending this sale We quote you the following prices and. a few Rave are no information not positive and as to furthermore his homer j I! ...N.NN MM...> .N+ .... .1

has decided
relatives so the coroner
coca of the specials we will offer on this sale to hold the remains for some days ANNIVERSARY TO anniversary next 'Wednesday night,
keep longer. and preparations for the event
I b1 good Outing Flannel Plaids worth 7c yard. for ...................*.....34c yard Boys' fine Suspenders, worth tOe; for...<...................................1 The woman who claims she does made by the members,
rim fine -.t Bleach worth S cents per yard. for ...................._..........54c yard Best line Yen's and Boys' Caps, worth 5 Oc, for .........................25c each not know the name of the man is BE CELEBRATED! it now is being anticipated that this and
Itn *. Fin Line of Apron Check Ginghams 7c yard. for .......:.....4/e yard the boarding house on East occuioG"glv "
:! -* SUeetin&:: worth 7 cents per yard, for ............................40 yard Good line of Men's worth per prices.Ladies' still at n by the oldest lodge in the,.ity
Xi e .......... ....... .. .. and Boys' Clothing at way down Wright street where she is recover: p
lull-sUs Pillow for .. .. .. ....10c each Waists two-thirds their actual value.
Skirts will
Ca.s0.l worth ISc and and Coats at about of that order prove one of the
........ .... ............
ad Bowels, others for, at 17c pair Good line of Dress at ridiculously low prices. ing. I
ask Joe per pair Goods In Plaids and Solid Colors
: worth Sc, for Zit anj ............................._....,...3'Ac' yard Best and cheapest line of Trunks in the town. PENSACOLA LODGE NO 3 TO moat enjoyable in secret order affairs

sol r'i",c SfooU line Coats'Shirting Thread PercaleS.worth for.........15c.;..,per.....yards....,"for....9.%...and..8'c.................!ic yard Any Not over and every 12 yards kind of of our,good special. bargains. piece at goods this sale sold,to and each we customer.Invite all to attend The kind that mother ITS TWENTY- to The occur Eagles this season.hall on west Garden
......... ....... .. .. II CELEBRATED> '
ute Suspenders, worth ISO" for ...............: !. 5c pair this special aale. .__-_ madeoldfashioned horehound street has been secured for the occasion -
FIFTH, ANNIVERSARY.( and prominent Pjlhians will
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s ,, candy/for coughs and deliver addresses. The program is to
T .ITTO..T colds. At The Crystal Phar- commence at 8 o'clock, and members ;
aimnmm. mlmWmmm* ;. ... SaUTuea] Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. Knights of of sister lodges and visiting bret!"** ;a t
m ; t- : macy. Pythias is to celebrate its twenty fifth are expected 'to be presentis



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COLLECTED AND PROMPT splendid investment on W. ,
I FOR SALE ; :RETURNS MADE. $2000 Garden A street; e-t(>Om cottage with
t Ten
: I YearsAnd I C lots frontingsoutt.. The lots are I

: 57000. -We have for ten'tJays'only a lot\on
have been a renter Chase street.' seat Palafox size; '
is large
121xl02tpinv tills! lot a
> 2 Dwellings on large corner lot 107x110 feet, excellent neighborhood,' .. PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU. all that time it is. safe to dwelling: rentingat 142 per month, :

t on East Wright street ............................. .j..., ....... $4500. 00 EITHER. enough to- ray the taxes and interest :

'.room dwelling on East Zarragossa street, near Sevlll' 'tqu .re ....".$21CO'00. ., : WE WANT CAN TO SELL SELL IT.Fire YOUR PROPERTY? say that you've already value until, whIch the _property it .will; $ jramediately.increases: in : HEW DEEP WATER PORT RAILWAY TERMINAL | :

the prce.
It is
Large 1 story dwellng on East Intendencla street ......... .....;...$1000 DO paid out for rent receiptsmore ('h'l\ dwelling. excellent neighborhood on East Hill, with lot 110x- : Insurance Placed in than a comfortablehome $ 5G-Ali-ot blork14':: \ West King tract i ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY :

; 150 feet, stone walk, stables, etc. ......................?............>4500 00 I $ 3258 lots, W!,cS: 10% West Ian:;: tractS .
have cost
i would
< '. 2-story, 8-room dwelling on Wright street, near Palafox .........$8000 00 First-Class Companies. 'l13jots. !1' 'and 22.. block 48, West / *>
'.room dwelling on corner lot on East Gadsden street, lot 120x132/2 .. you. By our plan you King tiact (e.mst-I0Ieet! ). Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing Mill ma- *

feet, with bath and gas ......................................... $3250 00 $1.SOO-Fo both bfocts 'H3 and :Oi. West : !
can rent moneyon ;; Block AVorks here. :
put your King toi. l chinery here. Cement 1200-foot
5-room dwelling desirably located on North Alcanlz street, with lot (I HOMES FOR SALE. '

50x170 feet ......................................................'.-.... $2000 00 a home of your own. $50CO-!. t' 181. H-Kk. 2?.' OM C5ty. On II :' 'VagonVharf built. Bank and Store buildings :

"-room dwelling at Gouldlng' fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of $53500-Kl sant 7-room dwelling on Hayne Infndcncla .street. near Baylen, < going Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing

I land ......-.................................,.................... $2SCO; 03ii i street all modern. I 77x170. t : up. :
See Us ToDay.KcDAVIDrHYER ; : New City. I I the city. .
$4200-7 rooms Alcaniz, near Gadsden. I $ 725-Lots 11 to 14,,block 132 :

.. all modem. I !: $ 135-Lots 7 and S. Mock 11*. near Saun-

$4000-10 rooms. East Jackson.'a: t> I': dcrs" rail!. ]I i

$25CO-(t rooms. Jackson and G -.- i THE GROUND FLOOR
HOOTON & WATSON | all modern. Y a-galn'I' iI ii I!!!! $'475-For fox .street 2.lots fronting. on North Pala- GET IN ON .

; THE RENTAL AGENTS $4750 7 rooms North ..Bar : i i block'1 d. East King Tract. .
| modern. [ 51300 All of I
CO. I j near Saunders' ; Write or SeeTHE :

: $1200-I rooms, East ,Strong, new house. .
: Real Estate. Insurance and Loans | Agents New York !!i $13,500-Gets an elegant lot on Garden i .

See our list for others.!. If you are"'In I '!:I !;street near. bouthern. Hotel. Sox15OVill -1 1I I ::
the market call and let us show you any Life Insuranc Company. !I 1S2-! PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY j

; 1 No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. ; of these or others. i 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ,ST., I''i buy; B smell houses on West i .

Di-nne; TOO. Pensacola, Fla. .,
*********..................o..o.$ .. O+..: For Rent.Two I .I Jackson and street rent in for fairly$25 per good month.condition -j I 1 +Ot .oe..o. .t o.............. t f

-- large stores each 27 by'7". 104 _w____ 1$ 600-House and lot on West Zarragosral
1 HELP WANTED. WANTED. and 106 South Tarragona suitable for street. rents $(;.03. Good barcain.C4S03 ;
warehouse mercantile MPA.n.
storage or pur -Trsn new. 2-story 7-room. well LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE
t w ....azlt'hbsWwith two lots on East 0
HELP WANTED-Everybody to ask his AXTED-E\'pr'bodY in town to try 'S ALi
; conX4KUoa for ChicletB.l Cniclets. Just one.WANTEDFurnished. FOR Gads ien stIT :-
BROOKSReal ---
I l AGENTS 'WANTED-Rev. Sam Janes' rooms for light LESLIE E. Have you ,any houses or investment READ DOWN READ \It;
his wife is the property fo- sale? We have more calls
Life and Sayings. by housekeeping centrally Ioeate4.! by Trains Nos. Trains o4 -.
\' I biggest Mller ever publts u'd. Price only young vouple with no children. Address: than we can .supply. List with us. We.ii :

t. { {2.60. Magnificent 600. Don't outfit miss and this right chance: to: L. R. H., Care.Journal. Ilnov2t: Estate ll-llMES Sal it lIOipm; lliiaml ................... .................. .. ; iOIram 4 "-s (

\ territory only his to wake money. Write SERVANTS! SERVANTS! SERVANTS: 1:30am\ Glpm: .....;........... \ ................. I 8.-.prn tl !.I.s.shl4lam

V fr l' of quick.Co..your Atlanta Clrcalari, Ga. tree. L. J. Nichols llnovlt&; I. Who Rants families them with? We Germans.are supplvintprivate Swedes, and Insurance. $4503-208 West Gadsden street. two two- Lo -Brow1l1l & COo 1pmf;; 3UamI 9lOpmI' Ar..i-.:........;........;.....Birnunrha.m..L...!" .........'......... I 0 4hrm 84jijn: : I....,.1 as;&

Polish, Danes. Welch and Hungarian female !' and hall house lot 8Spm 3.3sm L'1o...................f\ilUhvnle. ..... ............Ar / r as121am T
f VICTORS EXCLUSICELY-Wholesale cooks, nurses and chambermaids. 4<%xl50. south front on car lire 8.15am ...................$ ......_.......... I' _3:00am 'npa7:40am : .
end retail. Metropolitan Talking Machine For terms particulars, etc., address with Phone462. 112 S. Palafox. nicest neighborhood in the city; 201 4 Thiesen Building. 2:10pm_ Ar.-.s.t. .................. *' ..
t Co.. Jacksonville. }"1a. Agents stamp Florida Help Supply Co.. (Inc.). gas and sanitary connections. Will 5r-i- .. 1' Nashaille am 1.
wanted. llnovoawZra Jacksonville Fla. Ilnov4sndysWANTED carry a $3000 mortgage on this. 2:10am.: 8:10am ; :::::..:::..::::::. u ;:::.:::::::::::::t hn; : ; :

--- "We Sell Lots. 70am11COn'n_ .................. ..................Lv tll.OOpm &Cgs: >
WANTED EC an for general house TO RENT-small cottage or $5250-On North Baylen street.7-room and
work. Apply Mrs. H. T. Wright Cor. a suit of rooms in desirable locality hall cottage, cabinet mantels bath.
: Jackson and Baylen. UNov. furnished or' unfurnished. Apply F J. stationary wash stand in bathroom BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEVI ORLEANS.
Donovan Box 834, City. Snov For stables lot 60x125.:! Very
t WANTED-Color*! porter. Apply to (()) 5ffill select neighborhood.On I FOR SALE. 6 & 1 2 &: 3 4 &:..1 t 3&21 & TT7:00am

Prltchett. Geraon & Gardner, new Brent BIDS will be received until November : 11:01pm: 11:55am: ; Lv..Pensacola..Ar ,I iIaml .:!?l'pm ':Z'ps10:45am J
building. lOnovRELJABLB 20, 1906. for the removal of building West Jackson street 7-room I .SSam 4.Upm 1 ............ ........... 12:40am,1hHam: 1:2 pn
t: known as St. Anthony's hospital on Gar- and hall cottage caoinet mantles. I FOR SALE-Diamonds. Watches and 6:00pm_ 7:15am;>> 8:15pm_ Ar........ New Orleans..Lv I 1l:15pml. .. d'"
WOMAN to cook for small den street from present location to corner gas, bath electric lights. every 'Jewelry on easy terms to responsible
t Century. Right party can of Garden and DeVillier streets. modern convenience. The nicest people. Buy your Christmas presentsnow.
family near I
get good wages and have good home. Address Building to be set In place in new loca. place in the city that is for sale. .' P. O. Box: 265. 8novlw FLOMATON. PENSACOLA. RIVER JUNCTION AND. JACKSONVILLL

J. & Century, Fla. Snovlt tion in as good condition as it now is. Can sell very cheap. 21 8 J' 1 I a I Trains do not stop at stations Z I 4 6
Right reserved to reject any or all bids.Alex FOR. SALE-Square grand piano. cheap Dally _DatlyDaiIy[ ,Dally I where no time Is shown tDaf1y, Daily Dalytb:: ,.
W -Experienced cook. Address Li hkotr.t 7novCONKBY'S $1000MONEY $3000-On East Hill. block from car line. 243 if East sold at Gregory o .{"e. street.Cash or installments.Snovlw ;-::-:-:-. 4:5;>> 2.9 .:.r.ol Lv..Flornaton----------Ar 12:45 1:51 i ;-

e Immedi&t y. "A." Care Journal. l+nov i 5-room cottage bath and shower ...... 6:00 2:3.. :551 ............Century........ ..... 1:40 1:=1 0 II -
celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera bath. hot and cold water. cabinet FOR SALE-111 acres excellent pineappleand ...... 6:07 C %:41 .3:0ii ..........Blutr Springs .......... .-1:33 1:15! l.lS! .
WANTED-WhIte servant "to"do housework cure lice and mite killer as wellas for three lots on Moreno street, between mantles city water neat and ..
land river ...... 5:14.51 3:20..MeDavid ..... ....... 12:22: 1:0 J S 'G..
on Jupiter excellent -
; and take care of baby 4 years old. an unexcelled Egg Producer. All I Palafox: and Baylen streets. Just:: far modern in every respect, very orange market close to railroad ;three ...... 5:30 3:0. -3:36..Pine Barren........... !.1:09 12:21 i. ....
: Apply to 800 East Belmont. nov guaranteed, and a splendid p'Ade of 'enough from Palafox street to escape large lot goes, with house. miles from ocean; ; some improvements; ; ...... 5:39 3133.50. ..............MQilno ............. \-11:59 1:43 ; .;\
I wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. II the dust. A beautiful location for a healthy locality. Address J. E. Benefield. ...... -5:43....... -4:9 ............Quintette............ .11:51 .J:34' .: lb
COMPETENT guards and matrons want- S. Mellon & Co.. Pensacola Fla Phone Modern Home. $3000 North Cevallos: story, ...... -5:13 .... .
I :eW'd; Aycock, Fla.. Thor 3K:11 .......COttage Hill .......... 11:44 1L9J: -4 -
ed at the Florida State Reform schooL 334. Thor 7-room house, gas sanitary ...... -:57;; 34:1;) ..........Cantonement.......... .11.0 1:26 11 J
Only strong. healthy persons who mean connection. This will make a FOR SALE-At a bargain.; paying Furniture ...... -6:013: ,! -43 .............Gonzalez............ \. : ,.12:21: -j li': -
business need apply. :Make applicationwith WANTED Government stenographer I S1400 nice home business at 138 East Intendencia ...... -iOI3:36. .4:% .............Roberts............. ...11:3 /!.It'/ .7 ;!.

SupU recommendation Marianna. Fla. to Walter SnovlOt Bawls wishes outside' stenography of regular and business typewritingwork hours. I $3250-On East Jackson street on the carline street Address Box 325: : City. Snov ...... ;SH 6:15 .3:48 .".... ..............on'............... ..'1\,::,.12:09 .., ... -
3:8! 7 C'
Address Box 513. City. Snovlw i For three houses In first-class condition overlooking the bay 8-room FOR SALE-Six-ton! schooner.: :36 feet :::::: 6:25 :3:54 :n :::::::::::: rg. :::::::::::: (:u:al:: ; : 0: -
hall bath lot
WANTED-Lady clerk. Must have some and cottage and gas. ...... fiool n.1
experience but be bright and energetic WANTED-Room and board by gentle- on the :East fide; of Tarragona street.between OiU7Vi- You cannot build the over alt 11 feet beam. round bottom. 1:30 4:00, AT........_. Pensa<'Ola. .......Lv : iioi 1 7'01)1'pl -
Jordan and Hernandez streets, house for the copper fastened tight and in good condition -
and write good. readable hand. ApplyW. man where there are no other boarde'rs.and money.
A. Oahlenbeck. :218 South Palafox where his company would be appre- rented for $16.50 a month. A moneymaking with good sail and gear. A bargain. I ", I I I I i I I I I i Nt- .
street. novlw ciated. No objection to widow. Give investment. $3000-West Chase street, between De- King & Runyan. 4nov I I_ ( r A' _

full part'culars as to rates and locality. I Villiers and Coyle. south front. 1:00: I...... ..:....I 7:00' Lv.........Pensacola..Ar" I 11O +.......I.. ... .! H '
WANTED reliable nurse. Apply 820 Address R and B.. care JournaL Snovlw 6 rooms and h41'l cottage modern FOR SALE OR LEASE-S-room and hall S :: ...... ..... 7:13 ,.., -......Bohf'mla........... I.....,......1.. .. I'.;"
North Baylea street. lnovWANTEDEngraver. in every way. lot 55 feet front. cottage with outbuildings attached. .S 6:2': ...... ...... 7:15 ...:......Gull Point........... tI0: ............ .. :3
WANTED-PosItIon as saw filer or superintendent Can sell on easy terms. Corner 14th avence and latji strertt. Write '::25 ............. ..............Ynlestra............ \.1.\\..... .\..Irg \' .
J. M. S.. Care Journal. or apply 313 East S g:29.: \
clock and Jewelry ..
repairer, with tools. State experience", competent man.. or References mill foreman a Money to loan at lowest market rate $3150-East Gregory street. '-room house I Romana street Thor ; ..::::.:.:::::: : :; ..:::::::::::: I I'lOlS'j.::::::;.:::::. : :' ;
age and salary expected. The O. K, Address J. W. Lasseter. Andalusia. Ala. of Interest large deep lot. stables on car line. : .. .......... : .. .....!......, t',, ,
Drug Store Florala, Ala. 20oct 6novlm Mortgages on real estate in this city. House in good; condition. The : FOR SALE-Bridee score pa.s, 25c; : ...... .... :!: City.-\ :1
bought and Fold. price is less than it would cost to "500" pads 25c.;; Visiting cards wedding \

WANTED-First-class carnage black- WANTED-To rent a house on North All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" build the house. invitations fine stationery etc. C. M. : ;; ; ::::::.::::::. :: ftt.Og:: .'.:' :::::::: ..'.10:03..1'::::::::::::: : ;: .'I

smith and woodworker. Good positionfor Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for street now for sale. Robinson. 208 West Gadsden. Phone ;98. "'.., : : .....H lts.............. ......I......,. .....!.
right men. Address, John G. Welsh. one year from date of December 1. Ad- WANTED-A five or six-room cottage on Representing Chas. 1L Elliot' Co., of 6:03.: ....... .... 1:30.. .............:r.nlligan............. .9:1% ...... .. ..., 1 ..
Carriage Works. Pensacola Fla. >oct dress Pensacola Investment Co. 3nov2t East Hill not too far out. Must be Philadelphia. 3nov2w : ....... ..... :3S: ............Crestview............ 3:0. ..\, .. ,11 i
modern. S ........ ......- :. Land..I ...... ...... ,. ,3
WA'oo"TED-To:!' rent a six-room house In FOR SALE-One fir!'t-class turpentine S 8:23.: ...... ..... lIl: Io sy Iead.......... *:3........ ..... ;!
a desirable neighborhood by a permanent List your property with. me If you want farm. Eight crops low boxes. Round .I 9.1 S,.............. 1I.3 .. ........DeFunlak $prlngs....... 8:13.......",. ... '
BOARD AND ROOMS. tenant Address Box 10J, City. juick results. Umber enough with place to cut thirty S 9:304.-. S 9:44..Argyle..S 744.............. ,
l9octlmWANTEDAll Fisher Real Estate Agency crops more. Do not apply unless' you 9$1 ..........Ponce ,; .. t
I mean business. Address box 77, DevFuniak 9:12..S.. 10:10 7:29.-.. .1 t

FOR RENT-New furnished front room kinds beer bottles. I pay Springs. Florida. Must be sold ...... ..... 10:15' ............ DeLeen..S. .7:1% .9.... ..... E
for tent, suitable for ,light housekeep lIe dozen. I handl. all leading brandsof COLLECTION OF RENTS A J. W. Bullock Jr.Real by November :20th. 1S06.! 2novl2t ;>> ............... ,............. .5:55...... .... :t
ing. Use of phone and bath. Phone 896 wines beers and whiskies, and still 10//.............. 11):30// ............. 6:7.. ............ I i t
or 10 East Gadsden. 11 no vim manufacture that well-established cough SPECIALTY., FOR SALE-Car load fine horses and ...... ...... ...... ..Aycock.... u.. .17.. ......... l'r
medicine. Joe Rotlv corner Tarragona I PI'one 87. 206 S. Palafox st. mules just received; also two milch ....... ...... laO! ........r..COttondale........... 6:18............
FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished cows with calf. Can be soon at barn onWest ",...... ...... 11 % ...... j
room. and Government Sis- hart Estate and Mortgage Loans : : ;) .IUartanna............ 6'00 .
southern exposure second floor. Corner ; Intendencia street. Turton & Mc .U:.!....... ...... : : .............Cipn-s.q.........._.. 6:31.: .::::::.::: I
IOta avenue and 12th street. near Host WANTED: -At once, a four or five-room Room 302 Brent Building. Millan. Hurt :!;........_......... : >_ .Grand Ridge.......... 1 :3% ...... ..
Hill car lla ., llnov cottage Must be close in and in good 1:13 ...... ........1:0% ..Sneads............. .
neighborhood. Address !:!. Care .Tour- TO LOAN. FOR SALE-One-half interest in the O. 1:30................lJ$. .......River Junction......... 5:21..0. :
ROOMS FOR RENT-Nlvely furnished naL 25sept Box 173. Phone 637 K. drug store. manage Ala. Purchaser business. !OiO....... ...... 7:.(). Ar ....JackllOnv111e.... Lv ...... .t... 4 (
front room in quiet neighborhood. Ap- must be competent AM .P11 A1t ri
UNLIMITED amount "to Wan _
ply 201 East Church.street. Ilnov2w .TAILORING ;... Diamond Tailor. money on Clean stock; cash trade. H. H. Mc-
Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired notice.all kinds Terms personal easy. Get rates on before short Dougald. Proprietor. :20oct: Trains 21 and 22:! and trains 2 and : carry through sleeping! car between l'ee.a.

FOR RENT One. newly'furnished room. on short notice; NO. 11$4 West going elsewhere. Star Loan Co., 116V& FOR SALE.FOR P.NllLCA."lAL EDITION (If The cola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard AIr LIne.
Bath and gas. 29 South Spring street Government St.. P nsacola. Fla. South Palafox. 4novlm
Jeurral magnIficently illustrated
llnov -Trains stop on signal.
containing scores of views of
I WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants your $ OOO.OO to loan on good security. Pen!< SALE-{18,000 buys famous Alabama magazine the city and harbor. For Fate '.t ellbook rI
BOARD AND ROOMS at No. moving and hauling. He --- -5:
200. -
West -
guarantees Investment Lime Works. Easy terms. Splendid ----
cola Company. --
SOoct The ollice.
:Romana street; good fare; S3.50 per' all breakage. .Phone 630. investment Pays better than lumber stores or at By I I .
week. Mrs. Laura Gomes. 8nov2w HAVE YOU IDLE MONEY In the bank? business.: $;;000. half interest in mail. 20 certs. bElt Pensacola St. Andrews and : I I

board. Men only. Apply 17 West La- shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Cairiage -I I possible South Palafox. ,'C120.1101'EY 112 Louisiana Business Co., New Orleans. brick one 35-horse power engine, 100 STEAMER TARPON. .
Rua_ .it. 7novlm Co.WANTEDThe. --_ -- -- --- feet 1-inch pipe. This engine jus. tne !
thing,for a small saw milL Address Box Matter. : TERRE MUTERAILROAD
TWO NICELY furnished rooms'for : MercJ.ants Transfer Co. LOANED on real estate and FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigree 103 Pensacola, Fla. Sloctlm FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND.
rent personal property on short notice. Pointer Puppies. ,$la' and $. Signed. FREIGHT SERVICE. I I
with or without board privilege of wants your moving: and hauling. All Fla. llnovlm
; bath Bullard Kennels.-Bagdad.
W. Bagdad -Between
and phone; convenient to car line. Address breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors"n, Terms Paiafox J! Z'tho'' 1144. 28$4 SouthI _ __ ._ ._ n FOR SALEBlacksmfth shop and dwelling PENSACCLA. MOBILE.-APALACHICO.
1201 East,Gadsden street.. :2loetlmosTHRE1 Proprietor. Phono 878. excellent: location near !,-c factory; .
FOR SALE-One -room hou e in good LA, CARRABELLE. ST AN.
YOUR MONEY condition,, with two large lots. good trade. large "lot good water. reasonable DREWS. f
Al\"TED-\1l kinds of electrical work. CAN LEND at eight near terms. at Mariann-x Fla. AddressW MILLVILLE. THE DIRECT LINE TO
UNFURNISHED ROOMS suitable If have that line. A bargain If sold at once. Apply And all points on St. Andrews
I sell all kinds of electrical per cent. you any you car -[ Bay, Car-
batteriesand E. Fla.
Taylor Chlpl .
tor light housekeeping!, with priv other electrical! supplies. When want interest on. see me about It. It 39 Brent building.: llnor y. lOoctlm rabeile: and Apalachicola.
liege of bath. Apply 222 West Belmont. you safe SCHEDULE. !
be absolutely on real
will estate
need me ring 345 or 855.;>> E.V.. Peake --- CHICAGOand
28oct New Star Laundry Bldgr. C. Garden. I security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462T' FOR SALE-Half-interest i'bre"bf"th'ebest'.furnlturehq1BmBttouth ) Leaves Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 p. nu.
Alabama. I : FOR RENT. for Mobile. Ala. ,
BOOMS-Fumisiied or unfurnished for WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows Reason for selling to iievote more tine Leave Pensacola. Tuesday J:39: p. nv. all points in the [
rent Privilege light housekeeping. 254 wanted. If out of town. ship money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 144j to-other Interests. Call on or address W. for St. Andrews. Millville. ApcUchicola.

East Gregory street. 2Soct them to us; if in town ring us, up at No. 1 E. Government St. When In need caU S. Sheppard. Florala. Ala. ___Ilnovlm FOIl RENT-Five-room: house.' with gas Carrabelle For additional and Intermediate information: points.fLnlv North' and Northwest.
3"54. or bring them to u* at corner of on us. and water corner Stir avenue: and hum: to
FOR RENT-Ne 'ly furnished front room Chase: and Alcanlz Sts. F. S. Mellen je I FOR SALE-Forty acres l.t.nd. well timbered street O_ E. Hredt Ilnov2t J. R. SAUNDERS-
in private family southern exposure ,Co. -- ZSjuiy i MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal good house. 14 miles east of ._. -. -- .- ------ E .R. COBB. President
desirable neighborhood and near business on short notice. T. Gerclds P. General Frt and Pass. Aat; Pen-
property Terms Olive. Fla. Address Jas. O. FOR RENT-UnHI May 1st.! 1907 cottage Rouni
renter. Use of bath gas and phone.Apply easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. :2 W. Romana.Phone Box 184, CUy. J novlm Fisherv'Ue.. overlcokirg the bay and cacoia. Fla. Exceptionally Low
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to 422 West Gregory _
or phone 1358. ciCELLANEOUS. 116 ifeb shipping: beautiful location; partially! fur. -------- -
2SoetlmNICELY I FOR SALE Large bay horse; large fur- nished.! Particularir nuitrble for parties Trip Rates to all Summer
UNLIMITED amount of money to loan niture wagon and harness in good con j. "o >ndin? winter here 'nd wi"Mns: to do
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We on all kinds of personal property. Special dition. Price $lB.0;; Fisher Furniture :light house keeping. Rent $12.iX). Includ- LANARK Tourist Points.
with or without board. Table board. are now in our new quarters. 214 B.Intendencia I rates to business men on large House 138 and 140 East Intendencia ing city -water. Address "B," Care Jour-
Phone, gas and bath. No.. 3 Palafox. entrance also at %Iii Romana. loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204U street. 9nv nal. vnovlwFOR On the Gulf of Mexico.
locUm and prepared to do everything in wagon South Palafox. D. H. Hillman S. L. Rogers !'
and carnage: building and repairing. 10. I FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timber RENT-A, R. Binfham has starage Q. P. & T. A. General Agent.
land. 12.500 saw mill timber and MW for rent suitable for fun itur Unexcelled Hunting. Boating and Fishin
FURNISHED ROOM for rent. herring. Phone 923; City. lloct room Evansville. Ind. Nashville, Ten:
Apply 301 mill. S2-room hotel at a bargain. Sev or other poods. 101 and 106 South Tarragona *-oyster beds within easy accesa
W. Coast street. Jloct MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New ticki HOTELS. eral rood farms and town properties.<>*t. IJ .nn. CS9.
I furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car- Write Gentry & Setterllnd. ChIpley. Fla. An ideal place to spend part. of the -

: PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to tpet taken up and matting laid. Leave BRIGGS HOUSE-SOO feet west of Union 23sept winter months. I. A Restless Patch of BankI .

S board on North Hill second door from orders at Watson, Parker Reese Co.'s. Depot. on Wright street; best location! ; FOR S.-\LE-A pottery works with steam REWARD.REWARD .= Lanark Inn Under Its New I There is, near to the Tnuringen SUN'
address No. Manage
line. For particulars S Wesley Duncan.
East car Strong. locUm Tsept best rooms; best house to stop at. Rates I engine steam drying room moulds I .. _.___.._.. _lt' ment-Homf'-like. best service, modern in i met resort, Traunsee a curious i5
I 1 TREES-Shadtr ornamental or fruit 60C per day. and everything: complete for carrying on of every respect offers special inducements
For-return letter
| trees of all kinds; also hedge plants business together with tho finest bed of puppy 7 to hunting and fishing parti4 j locally celebrated pbenomenofl05WC:
BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlak Sprints. months old-name Jack-white and liver
REI."T-Rooma cheap disport
FOR : newly Esrambia county. Located
in which
i pottery Itbe island
furnished S. D. floatin
and Jackson
I planted by I
clean furnished rooms suitable! for !'on customers. Good beds. airy rooms, elegant meals; right in the city. Apply to or ad- Ptots. Was toIled oil from corner of) Reached by the Georgia Florida ; 03:
terms to suit Best refer and
light housekeeping on the MIL Location Address S. free bath and sample rooms. Specie dress R. P. R es4s. ISseptf We I high and healthy. Close to car line. I ences. D. Jackson. noctlm City. attention to traveling men. Rates {:!.oo I I day morning: about 11:30 by two white now in cCect Rates 'I' that side of the Ilautscc. a smaf' M:
Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. per day. J. R- Brown. Prop FOR SALE A barroom and all fixtures; : men about grown. One .was of slight Tbe' '"'
Strong. Phone 1213. lOaug I J. H. PORTER sailmaker. 718 South pool and billiard tables etc. .In." Hue figure wearing gray suit of clothes; other For hotel rates. eta, write Lanark Inn charmingly situated lake. .
HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the At bargain if sold at once. wc rather Stout wearing brown leprlns.Whew Lanark 'Ia. its fior3."ar ,
\ Palafox street Orders taken for tents. location. a i island also has own
p_ American and European plan. I last seen were going! east West t
year. 2i t on
t awnings; camp stools and house cots Special summer rates. First-class in Address. box 103. City. _ -? I Rcrnana. Reward of $!S for arrest and ticket For schedules etc. see your nearest.. from that on the immediately adj.I'eC;
Irices reasonable agent or writ
LOST. etc. Sljan every respect. Pleasant and FOR SAL.Fs-ne mUch cow PM heifer: I nmrt-'tion of guilty rrtiw. C. Ray J. IL MeWIULlAMS. O. p. \.. t i mainland, among which may be ,-?*
MM. T. L. Bowen, Prop..conveft-I, MitchelL
lent. calf half Jersey. Apply :l6 West Snov nrll'iC'
SHIP CHANDLERS-YeKfnzle Oertin& cola. Fla. ;, 7nov5t BalnbrMge Ga. t J tfoaed the "meat consanins"! ?
& Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers Chase. I and .f
LOST-In Kre!'5s' tore, small pocketbook. and grocers. Only first-class houseof and Eu: : rotundifolia, while Cowers
HOTEL Open night '
BAY day. :II'
: plitnl up bv tall lady wearing sailor kind In city. Fair prices to all.CARRIAGES plan. Rooms light and clean. I FOR SALE-Drtvinj m re. 4 years old COLORED LODGE. j: NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. I berries grow here in rant pro!'
ropean Any lady candriVE' .
hat. white waist and black skirt Leave trade solicited. 573-ST9 South : genUe. good traveler.! As all kicks cast their *
Transient registered 'in birches
at Jm.rnalottke or Mrs. A. L. Stearns repaired aiH ,repainted. her. c..R. Taeger. :200: Thiesen | this 'of- I'| and
Jos. S. Nlcolau. Prop. : I irestlgute '
713 :North ';th avenue.: llnovlt Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga Palafox. building. Nov. I. O. S &. D. of St. L. j fice for failnra- 'of. -dcPery-. the I over those who care to land ana
specialty. J. ". Welsh Carriage Com- --- taper; are & the- carriers I tI t
Howard little pa'j
Council this
No. 1 and Bethlehem -
Almost new M hen
$ % STRAYED Scotch Collie dog. white jany. 1PERSONAL. it is desirous that w
Sons' in handsome rosewoodcase. Council No. 2 Order I I subscribers be j Birds especially par :
,. with black spot on right side and sable & piano Independent earth. are .
head. r. wl\,1 fr return to Harry W.G'bt MILTON TJPHOLSTEftINO SHOP-Willie A bargain. Piano can be seen .of Sona and Daughters of St. Luke, I quite certain:'tba.t. the paper has not |I this spot' wild dncks and other II'
3oct- been .
oHms Proprietor. Furniture repairing by calling at the KaiyKltchen. I dp.livere1.befor jegiste'ring
lflr I> vJid-sden street llnov ssca .
of aa kinds carpets laid furni- THERE is not a first-class drug storeIn inests 2nd and 4th Wednesday nights ;I I kick. I blrCs Lreedkig here In great n-;

LOST OR ST(.I.-'N; -Setter puppy. 7 ture packed for shipping. Phone fit: town that does not sell Chiclets.. FOR SALE-One .-room house In good ;cf each month at their hail on Tarragona At times complaints- But the great erc t of the yeVoltsfesf :/ '-'
mCIt1I! >t1 Next to Tampa landing. 22aprll"IL conditIon. with two large lots. Near between I comes In from rY' I
-( ; w'-\l.ttr.J liver: spots. Re- Intendencia! and Romaia the as..l::- .
.'ara. 1*. n?>' r't'c"L 9novL car line. A bargain if sold at once. Apply I bosses at wh'ch we are cer.aln the bed vrpon
ALFIAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet FOUND. 359 Brent building. hOnor I streets. D. Howard, F. C. 11I paper has been delivered, and this is ery Ascension: day, when dancing .<=j"bratwurst f

<'|C',' ;.rfi- .. <- ., 1.a.r.; r- '.:v\"'| depot and a specialty: roofing guttering and NEARLY GONE:-Somenir postals of I Scott.- F. C. H., Stella Dawson. Secy.. do not the If you : cf t .
East better than Chiclet storm scenes in PsoSaoo110 for 2jc. get paper we-want to know beer is the order
l 1'rd. iZil''c.i. Ue x4 for return to repairing. 109 Government. opera FOUND-Nothing No. 2 the UgfttoiT ..
I tt? UjaJy KU-vhCP. ,, S toct hi' lisiIdinZ. Phone 1316. Zjunelm for disordered stomach. '- ", Send quick. P. P. P.. Box 'H5. *nov nov o-lmpd It; but please be certain. '-<- .jltv.-J>:oIJ i!,1J flrtzeUe.


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DEVELOP BESTLOCOMOTIVES rye I 6 I s 8 o'tt'fl'6 6 c a aVmwgTo'a( I s too-II 0 I) a 6 m aiiftwoVBYou 0 'V4 I
:- key you're: entitled to the MARKETREPFIT R !

fjj:. Especially when you pay Maybe

== pnce.. But you seldom get it <' J' '
be 1
.. :\ "ng as you're willing! to take NAVAL STORES. : I :
that is handed ; Savannah. Ga.. Nov. 10.-The naval Dont
the unbranded sort tores market closed to-day as followsWW :- ;

i in a plain bottle. A whiskey ?......... 50., -

ii cut good, is good. enough to JO. ...< 15, I f.
tlrr's: J .. f 75 : Object
i 3 name, 'so that it may be II ..<...s 25' :,
h1'e g ....... .
The Plant Where without giving the house owner who -.445'
and En
again. Largest
called for again, H .4 35
.(I-. bottle sort is profitable toL uses It a feeling of great satisfaction. G ..........420 : to having your clothes made of cot c !: ,
gines Can Be Run at t WHY? Because he knows that "Vul.canite" F .4 U
; dealer, but where do you E .4 05 ( IM4jeL ton-mixed fabrics; possibly you thick : :

e thecrjer Full Roofing is the most perfect: -I-) .4 00- : \& "a little cotton won't do harm' .
You change any
coice in? can Speed Even c.................3B5 .A
of things and always get a economical and wearing roof protection. Spirits Turpentine 66 cents. a D rAIl .right; but you do object to a
Sparks w a'a a ,
t voroughlr good whiskey, if you .. ..- Weighed..... made. i jTtat'S Why PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. 0' S paying) a price based on "a little cot I
[;jj for MARK ROGERS, and : ,The following Pensacola. cotton quota : ton" for clothes that are more than ,

that get it. It costs Altoona Penn, Nov. 10.-All the con. VlilcaniteRoofing I tlons are furnished by J. $'. O'Connor & half cotton.
te sure you ditions of 1.000-trne run."by a toeomorLptlUinr Co. F. O. B. .cotton ,brokers Pensacola. 'I

. .: tie dealer and more has, because real merit It s cated/ in the--a heavy huge train indoor can engine-trial,be dupli is UNIVERSALLY used. Good Fla.:. Middlingt.' ..................9% I IStrict I S \\ That's the trouble with all alteration -t i iw.W

Kirn"rsdc! Plant hlch the Middling ...t% in clothes, or anything the minute
& Pennsylvania rallroa-t Old roofs can be covered quickly and liddling .... ....... ; :
.. and that's the kind has Just completed here. By the arrange. ; ''''.''...........9 Ita
.. for. It's really ment of the testing apparatus the largest look like new. "No speculation about Strict Stains Low M.1 dlng! '..j'Cj : you admit that "a little doesnt .
you pay engines can be run at the top speed with. and tinges nominal.
delicious, and you'll out traveling an Inch. The great ad- "Vulcanite." .. -- : hurt anything" you've opened the :
t New York Stock Market. i
vantage is
.. linger over the last tamable and that constant these results results are can ob be Ask lor the"House That Jack Bul'f Open. Jfjsh. .Low. Close. fif411 ti gate wide. We've seen suits being C

... r drop. measured exactness than and tabulated Is possible with In road far trials.greater You can get it right here in town i January March ......., 9.t3 87 953 9."it '11,63.U 94 9(5: ; -- :1- J11Ir II sold at $20 and $25 that looked like o .

.. \ Begin now ask for The amount of fuel May....... 9,77 984 974 9.JS f
consumed the
December .. 9.40, 947 the price, but when tested, showed :
steam 938
evaporation even th.e weight of 9 $8.. .
: and insist it. A. M. Hardware Co. .
it upon the Avery Liverpool Spots 5.50.
; cinders and sparks that go up the New : nearly 50 per cent cotton; worth :
York pots 10.10. :
At all good places. smokestack, the friction of the various:
." \ parts-these are only a few of the elements about $5 if you Judge : they
of locccaothe Grain Market.
performance that
.f.a.- are ascertained at the testing plant. AI. GULF CITY COFFEE CO. Wheat look in a month's zea; :
Utmltn'HAL It BICIA1T though this plant invoiced ..considerableexpense Open. Hih. Low. Close.
December ....73U 73? n'. 73U
officials of the motive power department H. P. CHIPMAN why we
Manager. May .78*. 7S3 7 7s.1
1 say that the value of the results $ {
.. :. "B & B" obtainable the lepture! with it far exceed the cost- of Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of Corn-S Open High. Low. Clos I &; Marx clothes; they're all-wool, and

... jjmE I Nine locomotives of different types not December .....42%, 42J, 424 42f:! there's no fraud or deception about
.. GREAT BIG HOUSE" In regular I use on the Pennsylvania have Fine CoffeesOUR :May .' 4J J tl:. 434 43$ I
that You know
.. ATLANTA been purchased for testing purposes. One OaU- exactly what 'yon'regetting
.. of them U. a French engine which although COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Open. 1-titli. Low. Close. : r7'c:
.. it is below the Penns>anla's GROCERSGIVE THEM A :'rRIALESTILtS' December -34V 34% 34% 34ft for your money when you

... standards, has suggested minor Improvements May .<.,35%_33% 35* Soli spent, it for these clothes; and you ::
in American designs "yve recognize f

... Just Received. is not that confined progress to any In one locomotive road," said building one Sou- Pac.New. ......York....:.'v Stock..:...;-.Market..._SIS, 91 :: Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner fc? it there. :
of the Pennsylvania oHclals I Copper ................1104
grported Macaroni Sweet OU. Cheeses, and service and by keeping in touch"By tests A. S. R. *.,.(.zt*:'*>...132:t 110141. MarxWHITE
r< kits. Sau Kraut, !Ja Cod
= r kerel.
.. rr advanced T Atch. :9S,, 98% / & MIX
MX rigs! Feet. Spanish Onions. Plot inc the best practice points,elsewhere and In the we determ d'r: A. R-... ..... ..... 5 ,3a. "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR MONEY Outfitters
- j-tifl, French Navy Bread. Everything able to use to advantage the ideas future are r B. :P 1'1'. ."...t..::.....(., 18 itErie '
we get II
frpt! acd new. from this study." 1'UDPE 1 4. o, .' r......;.. IS
WJtrn Hazel $1.00 per gall n. o.of. ....:. 43 4:1:
1Y.y A locomotive undergoing a test at the : .
!Marine Grocery Company. Altoona plant rests on supporting wheels. : p. 61' C. F. 1. 41U 511
U. S. .__. 46
% 48
V J. VIDAL Manager. The drawbar U attached to a stationary %
U. S. ... :
..104 10"
dynamometer with scales which weigh! the i.v %; %

---- pull. The supporting sales extend Lead L.&N..._.142 75t55 142 C.W.LAkUR,Prn denL 10KM PFEIFFER. Assistant Ctsltiec DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
so as to receive absorption brakes. and M.E.CLARK.Vict-President and Cashier J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier
M. P. 9JX, 92%
the work done consists of overcoming the I

So toal i and Wood resistance of the wheels and brakes, the Can.I. C.Pac....i. % 173 174H _
force exerted by the drawbar being measured .
"pra&aia by the d7J1amom' ler. The scales of N. Y. a .. ;; 1274 128 4 THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK .. _
alU3a.m.. the measuring device register the traction Reading ..........14S 144% -- --
St. P..I I 170 ,
of the
_ aIQ H> deliver Ice. Coal Charcoal and power locomotive and pens attached R. I. 284 28
to the scale levers make a perma. CF PENSACOLA H*. W. B. BARTON
Toed anywhere in the city. We can nent record of the performance. a. R. ... 3::% 32% ,

.iPJL.Oprn ''tlply Mr,1ce;:; Is you always m any prompt.quantity and our Tests are c&rrlei so exhaustive out under and these the records conditions Penna.U. P. ..139H 182% 181 13S%'i Opera House Building. Attorney At Law.

: am are so complete that for only eight loco Offices-Fisher Building Palafox street.
OpnIlpm Steam and Domestic Coal. motives the tabulated results fill a large Real Estate Transfers. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Will practice to all the state and United
volume, packed with Information tIIPPING States Courts. Twenty-three Tears' ex
Wood Cut Any Size. basis of which more efficient "iron upon horses'the NEWS Following !s a list 'of the real estate CAPITAL STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS ftO.OOO. perience. -
can be designed and buiit. transfers recorded yesterday' furnished by

E. G. SEWALL -. the Pensacola Abstract DEEDS.Co.: DIRECTORS. T. G. YATES, M. D.,
=6 A HOMEMADE RUQ. -- J W. Hyer to Euphemia Lewis and W. \
Frank F. E. Brwwner
Arrived Y. Lewis-Lots 8, 9. 10 and the east 4 Henry Covlngton, Reilly '
:t'pm rIfles (14-3 3. 26 N. Tarragona St. Yesterday. of lot 7, block 151. New City Tract- 1.00 J. M- Pfeiffer. W. S, Rosaaco, C. W. Lamar Optician.
JapniJaam M Is EcMOBBleal, Quickly" XUd. m_ Whitfield Br sa Johns, 1SCO. West
and other valuable considerations. T. F. J. R. Sounders
Ilartlepoot, to Hyer Bros. Bryan Dunwody. McGourin, '
Very Duxebi. James Stearns to Fred J. Muller-Lots A. M. Avery W. ". Milton, 0. E. Maura, 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty .
10 and 11, block 83, New City Tract-
tr Having collected about twenty-flvo VESSELS IN PORT. $1.00 and other good and valuable considerations W. U Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oerting years' experience aa an Eyel

uI If;. Reasons sounds of flannel rags and baring dyed Steamsnps.Conway ; Alex McGowIn, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. Specialist. Examination free.
' Br ss, Prentice, 257S Rio Jaruero -
Oai'yJTE! '- .... them the desired shades, they must be to master.Ilelslngburg Regular communication of Pen- UMi (tittillexis fcr not ttJZIf, {310 ltd UlO He year. rrivate apartment. I (0009000000000900000000000 I

..... torn Into atrias>> about an Inch wide, and HueHa to Hjer, Swed Bros.S3, Schriel, 1422, sacola Lodge. No. 4%. F and A.M. in connection! for the convenience: If customers.
)t0ai' ., Thursday, November 15, at L. C. PHILLIPS Ph.
WhyYou these must b'* neatly sewed together, Lewlsham, Br ss. Gavin, 1785. Rio 'Janeiro yc 7:30. visiting brethren are fraternally I ,
.. ... to the Wm. S. Kejser Co. Invited Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Homeopathic.
..... overlapping about half an Inch so that Ships.
B. :M.
can read a man's the joining Is strong. -Now procure a Avanti, Nor ship, Anderson, 1643.. Lon- .T. E. HARVEY SOLOMON.Secretary. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.M.I
don to order. W .M, Office and Residence, 12 N.
..... character by the collarhe length of clothesline rope and commence Fcrreira. Port ship Barros, 506 Lisbonto Hours: 9 to 11 a. m. t to 5 p.
..... master.
wearsIs to crochet the flannel over the Canada. Br ship :purr, 2237, Rio THE MEAT; CHOPPER. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Phone 65OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.

..... rope. This Is begun In the center like Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. Qj
...... yours a Ingrid, Nor ship Dannell. 1260, Ant- -' ,
any crochet wheel for a chair hack. A werp to McK. Oerting & Co. It .HaT Be :Made Great Labor Save PENSACOLA Frederick Ausfeld. F. PS. Blount. '

LION BRAND large wooden crochet hook may be obtained Lena order.Hal ship, Tassara, 15S1, Londonto In the Kitchen., A General l Banking Business Conducted- on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. _AUSFIELD & BLOUNT _

= from a needlework shop. The Barks. The grater bass black eye In house- '
.. .I 15 Cents Ezik At All Afredp, Uruguayan bk, Maragas, 181.I wifely favor. Sa its place' the meat Architects
Air 2 for 25 Ctnts. Good Shops. stitch of double crochet Is used to cover I Montevideo to H. ri. Thornton. 312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses Blda.,
11:1'lO the rope with the crocheted flannel I Alfhild, Swed bk, Svensec, 1332, Durban chopper has synmg Into popularity. Correspondence Solicitcd--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery Ala* J
I to master. Many of the tbmgs for which the for
10:53: I JLB you go along the crochet Is Inserted I master.Andrea Nor bk, Quale, 111 Durban to mer was exclusively used are now WM. A. BORMANS,

: :OIIIi The Storm Into the previous row so that the circle I Campbell Nor bk Hausken, 1100 done more quioJy and with greaterease Architect and Superintendent I

with of the needle.In .I Stavarger to McK. Oerting & Co. City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
10:31) grows every Chacma Nor bk, Jorgensen, 557, by the latter. Office-3CS Brent Building
'10:31: using two colon the paler shade I. Is to Phone 823. Pensaco: Fla.
'10110U Fleetwood to oraer. The meat chopper a godsend one Denomination, $1 000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 1936. Maturing January 1st,
should be used until the circle Is I Hereford, Nor bk, Jensen, 1380, Rosario ,
abouta woman, who makes chowchow so appetizing 193* Redeemable Jan. 1st 1926. Interest Payable ml-Annually.

.. 9:4 9:13: : \Ve now have all of our foot across. Then use the darker i I to Heimdal.order. Nor bIt. Hensen, 1354. Hull that she J3 forced to do It by WE OFFER FOR IN SALE AMOUNTS THESE TO BONOS SUIT PURCHASER.SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE DR. ALICE W. HERMAN;

8:1it: storm-beaten docks work- shade until you have gone flve times to order. the job lot. nmerly she cut the different .
I Humberto. Span. Ms. 1111 Battle Havana -
. 8lJ 8:3i iJgand are prepared to dock around the rug Return again to the I to order. ingredients separately until one The Peoples Bank of Pensacola CHIROPODIST.Room .

. 1'40: paler color, repeating the alternate Isabel Browne Rus bIt Llndqulst 1231 day the brilliant: Jdea struck: herwhynot 301, Brent Building 3d Floor.
vessel 100 I Hull to master. _
. 61 any from to 3,000tons colors until the flannel la all used up Kink Oscar II Nor bk, Johnson. 15:, put everything through the chopper Pensacola, Fla. All corns, bunion, ingrowing Bails red

6:43 6:9:: on short notice. We or the ms is the desired size, leavingthe i Rosario to A. Zelius.Lula ? In went tomatoes, peppers cucumbers moved scientifically without pain. Manicuring .. p'
6:00 darker shade at the edge of the Nor bk Aanonsen, 1030 Santos and pickles one at a time, and a specialty. Z4octlm I'
.... solicit estimates from 'I to order. -- __ _
...t cap- Lluia, Uruguayan bk, Lopez, 700, Havana all the former work of two days was --- ;

4 5.::1. tains and owners of vessels rug.These ruse are._economical to make !I Maria to, order.Ger bk. French 1922, Kings. done In a morning. HICKS' ,

4N4.J:: recurring docking and re- and are very quickly done and are ,Lynn to master. Apples, pears and quinces for buttersare

3a: among the most dealrable of any of the i! Marina Madre ordpr.Ital bk, Simonetta, also put through the meat chopper CAPUDINE
14SS Genoa to Bank OrdersWhen
. 3:1'1 3:111: homemade rugs, as the rope makes such Negpore, Nor bit Ojerdsen. 1128 East with great saving of.tlme and temper. Money e3 MMtfiUTtLT cult _

!:a a hard, strong surface before It Is covered London to A. Zelius. Being cut much smaller, moreover,
Genoa to
Ohvari, Ital bk, Costa order
:::31) & BRUCE with the flannel I have had one than they would otherwise be they

rM 410ensa.: for years In my hall, and as yet it Pallas, Nor bit Johnson, 1219, Plymouth boll down more easily. $

DRY DOCK COMPANY shows no signs of wear and la good for Superb.. to Nor A. Zelius bk Ullch 133,. Antwerp All the juice from fruits prepared In sending money thro laGUUHaor*
Zelius & Co. this must be carefully caught kak3ia 3IrtI
another fifteen years.-Mabel Tuke to A. Schooners.( way : the mails why not use the

MOBILE ALA. Prtestman In Woman's Home Companion Clara H handel!, Am sch. 863.;: Caibarien. The chopper Itself should be scrupulously : I
Cuba to J. A. Juerntt & Co. clean to remove .all taste cf J 1": Bank :Money Orders-New L"T Ylth....

-_ _ Donna Christina Am sen, McLeod. 185, meat. Boiling the parts in soda wate ;York Exchange. Better than OilISI. .
Belize to master. ( .
Pold&a Signals.JUwch tbe Alp Domira. Br sen. Reddie 2001. St.: Lucle.* \Insures perfect cleanliness. .... Izwotap1I.e' 1s0dn*-
: & YPE\V RI TER One of tfc' curiaus possibilities of to master. express or postoffice money .
Freddie Heucken. Am edt Bryant, 47a, :: ; orders because it costs less boeC pa,. _
wireless telegraphy and also that our.W.r
one Havana to master. KITCHEN HELPS. .! ........._
shows burr wccb: remains: to be accomplished =- is absolutely safe and & .. .
you .
rp the way of perfecting Regular meeting of The Use soap and wood ashes to brighten .:..' don't have to fill out eltd1G'tta.. : x..
detail before wireless) telegraphy can Order of the Eastern Star i N k.
will be held November pans and kettles that have been,used .. G90rct..
command public! confidence for public :* 12th, at -8d3JCI -s." .":,'1_ <1 any complicated "applicationblank. I
seeuredtheservicea .f an exP We g p firr1 .ini-TaU--5CJ.i SIf)"
n use has recently been brought to lightIn The degree of the order ; "
repairer we beg to notify the publ'c .
) Grtase the> upjConsldeedgw'of> the
1.1 will!! tx conferred
ve are now prepared to overhaul. Switzerland says the London Globe. '
HISS ELLA BEVfiRS which chocolate Is being made SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA .
unjust\ or rebuild all makes of tyytwrit- pan In :
t*, ani machines \ There Is at Fort Stoekli, on Mount St. MISS MARY'BAGGETT.V.. M-
adding and cash 'eg1stere and It will not boil over.
ot. All work guaranteed. 14ntttc nll- Gothard, a wireless telegraphy station becretary.ThB'Tlat LODGE. NO. 3.
*- Ttlfl I hone us and we '!ia 8.nd far which during the hot summer months An old bookcase set on the table. Penaacol Lodge No. :3. K. of P.
T"Er : call and -- -- -- -- -
machine or "
make an' xam. back'to the wall, makes a respectable meets every Monday evening at 710:
fc tlon has ben subected, especially during
and estimate. o'clock at their temporary" Castle Hall
St. the hour Immediately following mid Imitation of a kitchen cabinet and over Poua stable West Intendenci St.
NATIONAL BANK Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.B. .
influences saves many steps. FIRST
night to strange which for H C. C
PensacolaTypewriter some time baffled the op ratora. These Always place a knife which has been H. lIORSLE K. of Elf.N&ur':

mi'S Influences became stronger as the heat used in cutting onions immediately under OF PENSACOLA. FLA. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS.

ExchangePHONE became more Intense, and then the re. >- ssJk :e the cold water spigot to prevent Meetings' of the
: solved the mysteryby -=: i tiYi' d ) the odor from clinging to the blade. Knights of Columbus
c ivmg
apparatus States.W
Deslflnated Depositary of the United are held at their nail.
1369 reproducing nightly especially between 3: When washing a sieve don't use No. 8 West Intendea-

midnight and 2 a. m. a series ofmessages soap. A brush and clear water are cia street on every"

S, 313-315 Brent Building -in English. The explana. generally all that is needed, but soda: H. .Knowles' Brent, Pre!l Ass.ent..t Cashier.W. K. Hyer W., Jr.N.. VIce-Presldent Roberts. Asa" and Cashier.Directors Cashier.Thos. I Monday clock." evening.An .at Invitation 7.t>
W. ,
the sieve be : to extended to
ent. tion was that owing to the marked used If greasy -F.. C. Brent. W.A.mount,, W. H. Knowles. W. K. hlyer.3r. I visiting' Knights.JOILN' .
Ten vx presence of electricity In the atmosphere Every well appointed kitchen should! S' D. O. Brent. B. JONES

of the Alps during the high temperature boast of one, good sieve and a first : J. S. LEONARD Grand Knlftit.
- Recorder.
THE LAUNDRYThat messages from Poldhu In CI) Class skimmer of the wire gauze sort. -B-- _

Cornwall were reproducing themselves These are quite! essential In addition to DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
IUnI utensils.Tain ......................... Naomi Lodge, No- 10. Daughter of
and give the on Mount St, Gothard. en the ordinary perforated ............ ......... .... Reb '-ca. roeeU every Monday nls'Jt at
I can you > o'clock in L O O F. haIL VisIting
lA )e- best work wiU cost ::c liters cordially tainted to be present
, youno Color That Cmre Cvasampttea. ... of a Correct Walk.A MR. J. T. PCLLlAit. N. O.

,portsW 03 more to patronize The value of light as an agent In woman who leads a 1yery active i Witcher Zemurray & Co. i MRS. HATTIE EV1LLE. Sec.

1 tad 'ban whose work is curing diseases Is becoming Increasingly life has a theory that the preservation RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
I one recognized. says the Chicago Jour of a good figure depends to some ex- Rathbone Lodge, No. SO. KnJjhts! ofPythias

little 'Oubuul and with finish nal. The latest development of the tent on the manner of walking. Many Castle ,Hall.meets Members every Thursday of sister night lodgas1and at 1

tyIfl scentosera:: 'lllt ot date. Our work Idea Is the assertion of a medical man people; she says. as they advance In f Commission Brokers. t' visiting brethren cordially: mrltsdI JJr
to attend. J. M ROPIR: C. c.
to heavily
that the clothes worn by consumptives iron Brand- years allow themselves CJ.LEVET.KR.&S.I -
men- .cues perfect satisfac- should be of a color which will allow and without elasticity so that the : 'i I I
' the part Pensacola and New Orleans I )(. EB.. A. Nosi.. meets Hrst andi
>dIbl ion. the light to penetrate the body. White I are noted for individuality and for Whole weight rests on lower third Wednesday evenings at 7 JO 1. m,
materials It I, found, are the best for tailor-made fit. Tbe beet few of the limb at every step the only effect 11 W Iist.nd.rela. 82O Common. Raffing Hall N'o. 10. West Inter Bci

usloa,bad The Star Steam this purpose, and consumptives are consequently I York No tailor tailors could make make these better trousers ones; of exercise being weariness of the 2 I street..1. L. SWEBNET: .A.Secy.PEJ9SACOLAL000ENO.4 O..FEL1I rr-.
Instead of this the body
and feet I
advised clothe themselves legs

.id lob of- In snowy raiment, either of linen velvet -1 WHITE &. NIX, should be held erect and poised! so as Cotton Stocks, Grain Provisions, J f. Pensacola Lodge No. 4. 1...O.O,O.O. F.F.,

: Laundry cotton'or'cloth. 'Silk;; however is CLOTHIERS, to have a perfect balance. In this way meets every Thursday evening at 749
;al to 29 South Palafoi: St. the'muscles are braced and strength bought and sold on margin or for investmea" JOutofTown at the new hall on Belmont and Baylea
Uftt':! :? barred. _ .i streets. VT lUnr brethren cordially In.I .
: E. Garden Sold In Pensacola tbe lungs must of necessity :
St. Phone 114 by ened throughout I vited1t- WITKOVSKT.. N. a ::1
lbers.IS CREW UOTIC.Neither be wen expanded, an:1lt seems Orders Given Special. Attention. f I A. KERLE. S. retary_
PensacoU the Captain Ownersnor
thld : Fla.
I Consignees of the bw dish > J aulte reasonable to suppose that the w.o.w.
err _. __ a steamship Helsingborg.will MADE BT tendency to Increase of weight may be Live Oak Camp W. O W-
'T in Pythian hail lit and 2rj -
for meets
anin be responsible debts Wires. Telephone No. 1173. |
contracted by crew of said BLOCH BROS. & KILPATRICK checked. At all events a lighter step Direct Private Wednesdays la each month.lsUsc!
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vesseL and brisker and more enjoyable manner clvereign cordially
a F. A. BOOHICH, c. c. _
1f tb '' J_ W. SCHREIL 17-19 Waverly Place New York. and
} 1..'.da/oa,.: read The Journal's Want HTER BROS, .'Agents Captain. t .that.JA of lt5cjL.er1agXtZath.walking can be kept up I....... ..... ... ............................ ......... LESLIE E BROOKS Clerk.I .

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Workingmen's Suits CO' DOWN IN DEFEATMobile : t I!


MJ ir
Military 'Institute Victorious by the One-Sided owdrift y.r

We make a specialty of our Workmen's Score of 33 to '0-Local Boys No Match For Expected to Be Greatest

Suits. We see to it that the man who .

measures his wealth by his daily toil gets Their Heavier Opponents.. position in'History *5

every dollar of value that can be put into a The Pensacola High School Tigers 'fin, right half back; Spottswood full Florida.Speclat .

went down in defeat before the Mobile back; Cooper left half back;, Quina,
suit at a stated price. Whether you wantto Military Institute yesterday afternoon quarter back.Pensacola JournalTampa FOR THE DAY OFFj

when these two elevens met on the High School-Wilkinson, to'The
Nov. 10.-Wedne : The Derby Hat might be
pay Palmetto Beach gridiron. The visit W. ,D., left end; Freeman, left tackle; I marks 'the opening the way surely the Soft Hat more 1I'01 or I ,.
tors were victorious by the uneven Boyett, left guard; wilkinson. A. center next week State Fair the ; i : more" in keeping with the "P11114 h
of 33 to 0. Rogers Florida I e possibilities.'e .
DeSilva, guard:
; right November 14 to 29. have all the latest
Promptly at 3 o'clock a train specially right tackle Bell M right end; Rob which are shapes asd
; in the "HAWKS'
officially opened soft
b be ba
$8 IJIO $ $12.50 $$15.00 decorated In High school colors erts 'right half back;' 'Yates, full: Fair will Governor N. B. that carry the money back tuarya
? (maroon and white) left the city. Ili!II back; White, R, left half back; noon hour by the United of best all-around satisfaction

carried, perhaps one of the largest' Palmes quarter back. Ii, aid senators assisted congresmen by ann olhe All three the dollars.latest styles All'guaranteed.In Derbies, top
and most enthusiastic crowds that ,
Mobile Much Heavier. I
Florida. The OUR_WINDOWS
ever left the city to cheer Pensacola While'the High School was defeated'I inent men of

We guarantee to hitch more value to your, boys to hoped-for victory. the boys nevertheless played a good 1 i be the cloBing most with 'a: banquet We Are Sole Agents. I

The High School yells were,echoed ,and surprised at tory
game no one 'was .
value than you are apt to get elsewhere. from the walls of the depot building the result after seeing the two teamsin Y111 famous Tampa Bay hotel in GET ON TO'THE BIG NOISE AND en
legisl L / A FANCY HAT
half an hour before the train left the i action on the field. Mobile averaged -: the newspaper BAND
Try a pair of our shoes at $2.50, $3, $3.50 or I officials of The state.
terminal station and continued to be ,at least twenty pounds more STC>1'JE
$4. heard until the crowd had dispersedafter Ii I than the locals and this gave them a Made-Under, U.S. The Fair-and this I I

the game. The weather was ,big'advantage.' r Government InspectionTlieScytliernCorLGnOilCoapnyl cue of an overzealous successful THE HABERDASHER.
be the
wtIl ,
ideal and the crowd good-natured, Both teams were heartily cheered
ever held in the south and In 222 S. Palafox.
even under the pall of an overwhelm-j'I:throughout the game the visitors
ing defeat. In share of cheering features it will eclipse any
,coming for their
The Game. .' I I when they made good plays. [ 1 In this country. One
At 3:31 the whistle blew and the., The M. M. I. boys left last'night for which it will excel is in the Florida and Alabama
WHITE STORE High School kicked to Mobile. It was their homes. They have now defeated M HM W MB M* 11 variety and quality of 1
clearly evident that the local boys both the High School and Classical htbitedNo state in the LAND COMPANY
were no match for their'heavier opponents School elevens and "feel somewhat though a majority
when after three minutes I I I I elated over their victories. THE CYPRESS LUHBER CO not fully realize this fact, Is Manufacturers of
I playing. Mobile scored her first touchdown sourceful as the state of
and Wear
Specialists in Men's Boys' I I and Dealers in
by long end runs but failed to'' Dry weather inflames APALACHICOLA: FLA. This fact will be proven to the SAWED "J
kick Score In. I. 5 dusty faction of every person who LUMBER. CYPRESS SHIN.(
goal M. P. H.
Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAFOX S, 0. I'I the jthroatiand air pas- 4;i' a ? ,..Manufacturers; ol the state fair including ALES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.

The High: School then 'kicked :to Menthol-Cough Can bcme-seekers from other states. ----"" ik
Mobile who brought the pigskin back',:t sages. Florida State -air of last
for about 25 yards. Bell early in the,',dy relieves att4< Cures it. Afresh .Cypress Shingles. cording to the testimony of at KNOWLES BROS.Insurance. .

game distinguished himself for his fine,i supply' at The Crystal .. twenty persons excelled in ever; ,
JSAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY tackling for so light a man. :M M. L! r % x 4" x 18"W tne' lairs of Georgia, Alabama .
BEDWE'C' made one more long gain then the! 'S "- .x 5"x, 18" Carolines the present year.
W. T.
[I Prepared to>> do all electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone 570 and'a locals rallied and held them' for third i REV. J. M. I Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions.! Fair opening next week will be LIFE General ACCIDENT Agents of MAR1M{ 1
F prea atative will calL W. T. BWwell. President, and Manager. 205 S. Baylen down and three to gain, getting possession GLENN Write for Catalogue and Price List as successful and attractive
ueet. of the balL I of last'week.. The following The Equitable

M.,M. quickly regained possession I I WILLPREACH -_._-- -- facts prove the assertion: ..
of the coveted oval on High SchoolS Last year there were on ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW

fumble in an attempted punt. The r a total of 280' fowls in the i YORK.

ball soon changed hands again however -I I SEMI[ [ Of building. This year three 303 South Palafox Street: r

\ Y when Mobile lost on a fumblein MISSIONARY ,SECRETARY OP alone have entered a tots; J
a mass play. High School kickedto I fowls of various kinds. The.
M. M. I's. 35-yard line and held ''SOUTH GEORGIA.. CONFE-R. I total will reach between. Opera House J
: :i. there by Palmes downing Mobile in : 2,500 entries necessitating the'
a clean quick tackle. ENCE TO OCCUPY THEMETHODIST'PULPIT. .tion of a new poultry t
M. M. L lost on a trick play in their hundreds of additional coops. '
"left formation," but tried the play }. ,, Last year there were Monday, November 12. 1i 1I

over with same result. M. M. I. pen- '. horses and cattle housed in Jules Murray
alized 5 yards for off-side play. The live stock .building: and 'a large PRESENTS
Rev. J. M. Glenn, missionary secretary
I playing was then about even neither ber of hogs -goats sheep and
of the South Georgia Confer f T r
side gaining. High school was forced FAULT domestic animals were taken SYLVIA LYNDEN
of the
tary South! Georgia
I'to punt and their men ,being well on will occupy the 'pulpit in,another building. It: is safe IN .;
the ball, gained about 40 yards and'posses t.lanot
atthe Palafox Street Methodist one person out of a
ion of bail Palmes downing it. ,: who visited the Fair had
church at both the morning and evening .
An Interesting Period. !' services today, and the publicis F*. the that Florida produced such
Wrong Returning
The most nerve-racking part of the < More than 'a- month
cordially invited to be present. ago every
game came here. High School had the Mr. Glenn is a brother or Rev. B. and pen in those buildings
(:t ball on Mobile's 5 yard line; Wilker-j I, C. Glenn, the presiding elder of the Blanks Being Sent Outto plied for; many having 'begun .1
son' gained 3 yards but was forced
of live stock of
Pensacola district, and cne of the breeding ,
back. M. M. I. then forced their op-i j the Precincts. the Fair.
most eloquent ministers of the Geor- kinds after attending
ponents back easily with their mass; gia conference. The tact that he is result, a force of carpenters t
_ !-vs. The High/: School boys appeared to preach at both services to-day will been at work for ten days f
after not being'!
discouraged : no doubt attract a large congregation. Regarding the statement made yes- preparations for :receiving ;
able to carry the ball over the line I terday morning that officials at Tall entries of live stock.,.
and continued to lose ground. In the
t' nn hassee had sent to this county return- The same is the case jn the '..
both, sides had to call : lI'
frgIr4r1Y4&jii mass play Dancing School To-mcrrow Night. ing blanks used in the general election building, which is more 'than ,
; time Yates out School, ,
being on High The dancing school of Miss Hol two years since, thus causing ten fourth of a mile long, and in
with of M. M. I.: winded.M. .
Cooper brook will meet at C..fc of. A. Hall precincts not to be counted on the products of a general nature
M. I. then its left for.matlon'
Monday evening at 8 o'clock. amendment vote. Supervisor of Regis- played; in the magnificent '' 'rt
with deadly effect on Pensa-' tration bcott.makes the following ex- building; in the Industrial
cola's ends and gained :35: yards, the Prices 23c to $1.50.
Has it ever occurred to you--of 1
and the erection ol
planation: a new ;
& : honor of delaying a sure touchdown course it has-that a Nonpareil never "Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 10, 1906. 400 feet in length, has been (''l'p Seats Bale Friday. ,
left \\llkerson, whose tack-
being Interferes with an institution thatisn't "Editor Pensacola Journal: to accommodate the

ling was very spectacular., Time Nonpareil. "I wish to say through the columnsof hibits from .schools 'and 't
called at end of half. Score, M. M.'L..
your>paper that the mistake which every section 'of- Florida.
5; P. H. S. 0.The '7 blanks There 'will be -BOOKS!
occurred in sending out the to represented in 1t
The History ef.TaeItae.The .
Second Half. the precincts was no fault of the Hon.H. various buildings-eight, in
The High School kicked to M. l1Ll I entire history of.Tacitus as we Clay Crawford, secretary of state, a larger numberof counties

f I's. 30 yard line. M. M. I. vent around 1 have the work was regained from a but I suppose. that. 1 should shoulderthe were ever represented at a

: end for 25 yards and continued to I single copy found In the fifteenth century blame. state fair. The, smallest Just received new shipment of "'tT,;- "
s, gain. Wilkerson's tackling alone saving In a monastery of Westphalia.That "I was sick and'not able to be present the grounds is ,larger than any Lady Baltimore Fighting <** t
Cable. The Leader. LIon & V.: w
them from another touchdown.The I we' should owe the works of this when the blanks were sent out ing ever erected'In Florida Uers. Buckannon's Wife. Jung' ,.-
local boys were unable to hold author to one copy Is a remarkable circumstance and those who sent them out failed purposes. Anthony Overmi a

their ground and after six minutes of for the Emperor Tacitus to find the proper blanks. .
the second half M. M. I. scored her "In looking In the drawerin Wm. Johnson &. Son's Buggy j Also these new books imen
who claimed to be a'descendant of the proper off the presses: Sir Nisei '
Copyright, 1906 B. KippcBbeiaer & Co., Ckicaga second touch-down. Score 1J to 0. historian had copies of the history my office I 'found the blanks which The fine trap driven with Doyle's new book and his "e1O..
M. M. I kicked a pretty goal and should have been sent to the pre- horse and with a pair of ). Caroline Lee, Lady Betty "I 5I
placed tne score M. M. I. 11. to P, placed In every library of the empire cincts. given first prizes in both Water Her Brother's Letters and each year had ten copies transcribed at the Horse Show Friday & Wife of Secrf'taryof
H. S. 0. Respectfully, Violin Richard Elliott, fir: -' IsQ
M. M. I. kicked to Pensacola, who for presentation. to scholars. All, h "-W. M. J. SCOTT, by Wm. Johnson & Son. others.
is the word brought the ball back 20( yards. High seems, perished. save the Westphalianopy. "Supervisor,of Registration." Publishers' prices J1.50 and $) n-n e IIB
Shaffter .
PREPOSSESSING Improving. and J1.15.
School lost ball but in the scrim- IIP
Bakersfield Calif .
ROLAND.It's mages following gained' 10 yards by Do you endorse the idea of Nonpareil al Shatter was NOV. 10-
reported resting
White getting his man with the prettiest ? Of course you will when you IIJ
easily late this afternoon.
winter suitable tackling seen on the grounds. M.1I. understand what, the reality will be. showed slighllmprovement.and ,HARRY T. HOWLAND .
a coat any I. then punted and the oall crossM I little nourishment
the line ,with a Mobile man on top of a Manager De Luna Book Store,

: time or place. Modesty it before Pensacola was again on her I' Iron Drd*.
any S Da Luna SL. Phone 1491
feet. Mobile then made a clean goaL (f1 o you want: ta paint iron beds deli-

refinement and Score M.\ M. I. 17, P. H. S. 0. \a :te colors To make a delicate pink ; AN AGED IIR tlII
gentility, Pensacola kicked and Mobile returned .U' smallest size box of brilliant redid tItI

the ball about 20 yards, White same of Trhlte. Add little red to After Year
service have been tailored into again distinguishing himself,b.y., ,.getting 2 i, I.iu to ""bte'uael! the color suits. Add a Experience tIIT ITtf
+ I
among his opponents and downing I ,u z : L 9 I pc q b'TOUR ?- .ttZa v2ruhh"torjiTe: it luster; also lit Following.Advice. fFD

this coat, as well as' into them with' short gains. M. M. I. Ie wood alcohol ai:.i turpentine to "If you have anything to do I Ballard's 1t'

then made a long end run. following T nake, .it,dry quickly: and hard. For medicines at all be pretty I
ball third down.
made The this by losing on lollcate! blue get brilliant blue and put know what you are taking."
every garment by High School penalized 5 yards for offside -
play. The locals then puntedand :with white, and for green get your favorite Our local druggists, W. H. I Ith

preen and shade down with & Co., say,this 1S a strong '? IiI.,
House of gained 30 yards Palmes downinghis
Kuppenheimer. man in his tracks. M. M. I.punted white. .('or all this work get an extra favor of their valuable cod liver I Obelisk I.V

badly but made 10 yards Palmes i good two inch ''wide brush (a poor aration. Vinol. Everything It a

'I We're particularly fortunate downed ball on High School's 8 yard',i brush makes a'poor job). Clean It' tains is plainly printed, on the I t

I line and was penalized 5 ,yards for' GREAT RESPONSIBILITY with wood alcohol turpentine or hot therefore it Is not a patent

\. in having this famous make toshow' holding the ball being placed on Pen-i water and soap, after each job and It treted Vinol form contains all of in the a highly FLOUR 0C

I sacola's 3 yard line. Mobile made her i The average man knows will last for years for your household ments of cod liver oil j 0r
you-and will gladly fourth touch-down and third goal,i pretty, well what pleases him work. You can paint woodwork In from fresh csrd's livers but I

making the score M. M. I. 23, Pensa. in the way of patterns and room a little darker shade and have It useless, nar/eatlng H I

share fortune withy cola 0.The. 'weav(>$. You canT fool him on :quife cozy tonic iron which Is a needful t
our good and Mobile "
High School kicked "fit.
tuent for the blood added. Is the Staff of Life.
returned ball going; out of bounds with i sl
Rut when it at"lo This Is the reason that
u- Palmes on top of it. The ball was comes Vo Clean GlaM Globes.: .
'" :1f placed on M. M. I's.,30( yard line with he's at the mercy: of his tailor. To clean 'glass globes wash them curing complishes chronic such wonderful It has all the men'' t
their gain ,of 7 yards. Followed by OUR GREAT RESPONSIBILITY with loop and: water to which a little chial and lung troubles JJ
M. and of all the other
several minutes of slow playing., to the' public lips'! in salts "ot lemon has been added. The I nothing known to medicine t goc"flours

1sf.I. punted 35 yards. The High}.' our ability to correctly forsee great difficulty of getting the ground BO quickly build up the run and man
40 yards, M. M. 1I
School punted style condltlons'ailfl to exemplify portion of the ,globe to look white Is I over-worked.'tired, and 'de1> ;I
bringing the ball back 8 yards, with ..
H. o. ANSON following. One more same properly In our that grease nettling in the roujhness la I give strength and 'renewed more that the other 1S

long longer run gains and a forward pass, finishedthe We're In the style) I bard to remove by soap and the aged, as Vinol have not. Get fret
-we study It-ne un We t
play with Mobile's, fifth touch-' alone or even by tire help of soda. .\ft-j I only ask every
down and fourth goaL Score }I. M. derstand It. er. the globes have been Pensacola who needs sneh.'a premiums for the r

I.. 29, P. H. S. 0. Our garments always tynify I washed in the'manner recommendeddo 1 I I[ to try Vinol on our: offer :to t

CASH CLOTHIER j The High School made a poor,kickoff authority in style, conscientious" cqt dry them with a cloth but aft? heir" ,money if It fails \V.' H. I pink tickets in B.> t
and M. M. I. got the ball. Mobile high-class tailoring, and honest alDtring the'water to run on. them ft. t Note,-druggists.While we lard's Oeblisk Flour tt tt
are sole
around Pensacola's fabrics. awhile let them I
made a long run CORNER PALAFOX AND MAIN right end and kicked clean field-goal; Our showing; of Woolens J at rinol the in leading Pens col drug, it store Is now In I I t
making the final score M. M. L 33,
meets a "crying" need. Oversleeve every town and city in the' r-
P. H. S. 0.
Ornamental oversleeves to protect I
Look .for the Vinol
about but ball was agency in
Times was up
the dress. sleevesrhile working at town. TheLewis ;
kicked however and ,whistle blew. SUITS TAILORED TO TASTE
desk can be made out of those pretty :
The officials were: Blount umpire.
$20.00 to $50.00 colored bordered handkerchiefs: so numerous -
Ormond referee; Searcy. time-keeper. !
and,Inexpensive hi'chops. CUt WOMEN I Bear Co
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carpenter shop and 'engage in conversation d Wooden shoes are cxmimon.:. in many work of
CLE JOE the Story Teller 'f 1 r ; fighting Insects and fun Son

U jj I sat whittling. When Uncle with the proprietor. As : parts of Europe., Indeed, wood. and diseases. The trees are small, 'seldom V

, Joe whittled he always made grandfather talked he ,whittled, and t al FIt woody fibre admit of so many differ- higher than a man's head, and\

though I was too young then to remember a t {' ent forms of manufacture that such work as pruning and spraying;
a man
something. Jim John and t '
what he talked about I still b Is much more easily done. And though,
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might throughout thereof
jsntie ;stood by trying to figure out : while such trees run' rather to fruit
remember what he whittled. And I
M That he peas making. ; and, especial attention., :. Chant/to:wood, the quality: of wood!)
t C never will ( yChapin'.IWhen.; Bbtained "*"
forget 1 1j "Wooden clock;arerf z bti5;;anfl from .them is claimed 'befor.
2 What Is It to be? asked Jim, the _
he-passe4'the different things aroundto ,'t 1 the*" moet" chtof _. _' #J "' a
&e of
!Viiert of onlooking group -
us .boys.;, _For ;:Jim he hid made I. i many of our eldest families In America "Did you ever hea/af an embalmed?

youngs*ers. a three-bladed knife of .wood, the t tri is the 'old wooden clock. tree! It sou'nd8 queer, but tier I it

"Scnetiing I used to make when suchThe_' heal jot the tree being -
blades of which would and shutwith
j ws a boy," answered Uncle Joe. open "Men engraved pictures ca wood cat off, a cup JJ.E'hs': low Is made lathe j

** a ,snap like a spring-back steel 'it l long before they did on metal ,aid top, and e!etu fcte.. or crude carbolic
e!, Cut: it's so small, said John.You're r: 4: I IrJ ( It( J
one. John. got a'' two-bladed one. r S i stone. Wood ca.rvinc'ma be saldTto Mid of coal tar Is poured in.
caking it out of matches. t.
I But when It came my turn I only received .! T, 41f be the earliest form of art and wood 'The liQtrid pecetrrtcs down,, and en
and rye almost finished
TM, a blunt edge, straight baby engraving as applied printing processes ten the cells of the wood tissue *&
rsponded; ) uacle. "Get me,the smallest knife,..whittled-ail-outof-one.plece. is certainly the most ancient, soaking in,. pr&ctloclly!) embalms the

pin you can find and I'll show I form of art reprodu ln. tree,. which, when cut into fence:
And, although I waS .only a little bit f iIt < posts, railroad ties or Into ;cri
a what it Is. Jennie hurried-for best
you s "Wood oil the varnish,
r of a tot,, _I, will. .never forget how intended for burial in the earth, :Jaatd t
- (1" iI::'., std rter a little careful and the best wood oil comes from -
angry I was at the time nor how much longer. t
pa'Ucs: !: together of itlrgs, Uncle Joe 1l : l Burmah. Turpentine also comes I
'. greatly I longed to arrive at the from wood. "More proper: names among all use .
ted !. the children thetin- I
sr three-bladed. knife age.- tions have sprung from wood In its J
"On of the finest wills ever made i
i "Did was made by a Missourian He left ,
you ever stop to th nk. continued
rpifilaocod I "This is. for little, i ; source of nomenclature. From Ash. ito
eight acres of walnut trees to his
Uncle Joe,,;: "to .how many Woodruff Ton will be surprised to- i I
Jennie d.
*4 heirs, with certain provisions. No
uses wood Is put? One of Its most 1 note how many you can think of lit_ \ I
"Tv:. M a tory, pleaded John, t kI tree should be cut until It should

ancient and unusual uses was its employment reach a certain age or 'girth: for between.
ibc..t rts! you were a little boy. I 11r .
In the making of mouth- r each tree cut two should be planted 'The bu tons on my coat are made J
\,; keep whittling; make me
plates'for the insertion*of'brass false I! in adjoining ground, reserved for of sawdus mixed with other things. '

:-uieUt: : ..'" !equested Jim. u ____ such purpose. That man was not chiefly biootf, and powerfully come'I I

"Vail, :st a good peach stone anda : teeth as has been discovered .by'ex- fully and with the addition of_water* quality means! its 'natural best', and I I once saw four miles of lumber In only a nestor and conservator of .forestry pressed ir moulds. Nor are buttons; . vea piece of pine, and I'll amination of Egyptian mummies. to thin it down so it may flow, and Insofar as the 'term may apply to 'raft form along the river front, with but was also a great benefactorof the only articles} made of aio.;Idetl'' t i

wood. There are many others."
see a rat 1 cn do," he answered.And "In the ordinary walks of life some bit of binding substance to wood means its 'utmost usefulness.' many people living thereon. Along humanity.

"Of the of fruit Durior his talk on -x-x>\ wliclf, i
tit'J everywhere go we":'are constant make it hold! together, the pulp maybe "Most plants that die. down each shore were ;the- carpenter, shops. The trees has ate received years much dwarfing attention Jtt include ,even not her recorded: i

: li:it Tea Mary About Wood. ly surrounded. by or t4 Contact with made into a sticky stuff, which year have little of too: in their com Chinese carpenter and builder has orchardlsts., : neat.
the,hands_jjf There is'a Uncle had whittle irtt
"'Wbnvas a little boy my parent wood. Take the'average man-how after,,going through strainers sqeez- position. But, most plants have what some peculiarly practical notions. great, ,saving of space,-since th-e trees ness' awl despatch. Of the ,.eaei ',

EO.ed away from Kentucky, much wood _does he carry on his person Ing rollers and further, congestingand i Is called woody fibre. When a tree All rafters beams and supports-het are _much smaller. While a quarterof I stone hay hat fashioned: a bialet'for: .'

, but grandfather remained there. ? In the 'first place be may have drying processes, becomes the i first starts to grow there Is no woodin leaves unhewn and in their natural an'acre will accommodate not more IJennle. Pt-t John he V** e2A.1 ir \

*- than ten apple trees 'of-the.ordinary tw -bl&!ft knife'and for Jtn I
My: Traad'etl'er came up North, torwt cork nose-rests to eyeglasses, ; his ordinary., paper upon which the Ink It. It is too soft. round state claiming for them superior regulation
II kind, even when the whole space Is tiue-blader." *7t!h &r tiny
us one time not long after and pipe may also be of.wood; toothpicksand from type Is put, that you may read. "When living plant life turns hardit supporting strength. And, as
I i gIven-up to them,'the same area will wind-mlit j/ d her cute trie btsX 'i

the first morning he spent with us matches, the same His knife "And although the present day Is wood.:-,' Trunk, limbs and roots the average life of a Chinese house Is give adequate room to, five ,hundred Jennie was highly satisfied and due

Ifr, took my two older brothers and handle, lead pencil shoe ,pegs and type Is mostly metal, it is not to be of trees form wood. Leaves, stems from 200 to 300 years it may be the dwarf fruit trees properly selected lighted.

myself for a walk."Great.grandfather. cane are of like material. And that forgotten that the first types,or 1m- tendrils and root- uckers partake Chinese carptenter is not much astrayin and disposed. Dwarf trees: come early But, prv: John! One lit:e toy*t j flIps

Into bearing. Some beat the first qtrf'**d in rueful tmpt t0
had, -been a doesn't include his .newspaper. _nor pressives, were also made of wood. i v/jre of. the fibrous. Woody fibre Is his opinion.
year they are,planted.; Another important appear br etn'. The strain however",
: wheelwright, and grandfather' had the buttons on his coat and vest For wood, is the material that may : not properly formed unless the.leaves "Almost all of'ourropes and cordage advantage: the ease with was too lD'eeh' and with a burst of I k'

.: been a cabinet maker; so It was but "Newspaper, Is in"most' :instances i most: :easijbe carved or shaped. and of plants are well exposed to light. Is'made of woody 'fibre, and so which they may be managed. This pathos V ,blurted out, "I don.t B..
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T i< governor-elect of New York and |{years of hU practice it wan frequently self practically Junior partier of the law how Mr. Hughes was turned to the I r entering an office while hi law school gust ofdr: Carter, who bad become hit I to the same frrlting"analTsIs! he give

the man who has won out after one of,. hiS habit to seek amusement 'In solving )I[firm of which,Mr. Hornblower was then ,law. I and thus distracting 'his mind from father-in-law; in December! of, 1888. he his work and that like most men who

" tie mot! aggressive compaigns everftged I mathematical rebuses and puules! ,:and m'.a member. As a class prophet at Brown University I his studies It was a long lecture kind- soon decided An favor of the"*professorship really count he knows full well his capa

*. in the state Is the son of a Baptist inventing and solving problems. A Prize Winner. .* he was somewhat uncertain concerning ly given, ending with the statement that biliUes and his limitations clear down '(a

iiinlster From the time of his birthin I Yet despite his long familiarity with the calling In life he would give I his auditor could become one of the There followed i-I'ajl .Mo H ighes has the rub of them **, '

CUn: Falls. April 11. IS8:, until his and pleasure in mathematics, Mr.Hughes At the time that Mr. Hughes was at : himself when a class mate, dropping firm's clerks during vacation if he so called' the- happiest two 'ytzTfot b.s 1':'ain ., Hie Chief! .

fe'I)", was called to New York cIty fromNewark does not consider himself a, brilliant Columbia it was the custom to make one into the room and learning his host's liked It Is needless to'add that" the day that -.UsutfT-jM .rareftMiH Iilsabtifht''1 Hitshe 1 kiding 'e&r! ttrrtjjtcf; ', '-

JN.",.Irti! about twelve years?later. mathe atl<;ant,' He tiaesTecegnS2ehow-:> of the students of the graduating' class i predicament remarked vacation began found Mr. Hvghcs at hw his work was'nis, SiHT tmdlSrs'! 'tire ,his a''rr thoroughness arid .V.inety .;

tv 'amilj:I .ups! more or less on the,move, ev@riU>at,ther!training'gften' him by his prize fellow, the election being determined I "Why, of course joull be a law'er," new postDuring dignified and his day; associates of 'tr-6 In all thl .."'-." said Prof. Chase 'recently

I* "tptist preachers are apt to be. His mother; in mental arithmetic and his old I by scholarship and ability .to teach, I Now, truth to tell young Hughes had the elx weeks he was in the type that appeal ptrrngiy to mcq-peaaess-: ; "UJd I only wish that there were

mm 'a, had been school teacher before : habit of deriving 'recreation( from figures. the prize fellow, in return for an annual i not given the legal profession so much office he did the work turned over to I Ing the scolastic temperament These more lawyers like him." The professov

fc*' 1t1arr'age and realizing: the disad-I have stood him in mighty 'good stead payment of $500 for three years quizzing I as a single thought; his predilection if him so thoroughly that when It came thing kept Mr Hughes blind :for:'a time should kow whAt he- is talking about.

rlnl tgeg jthat a child labors under. since March '30 of last spring the one being undergraduates two nights a ,.,'eek.durIng :he had had one, was for teaching his time for him to go back to law schoolhe to the fat't'that a professor's salary U He instructed )lr. Hughes in law school

tin! !: an education first at this school I, responsible'"for his superior memory school term. I mothers profession. But the lightly was informed by Mr. Carter that If I' none too literal to provide for the needsof He watched his work as lecturer for Jiln*

ana< then at that, she decided to teach of figures and both largely contributoryto :Mr. Hughes I spoken words of his classmate: set him he wished to come' with the firm after a growing family His habit 'of working years in the New York Law School and
was attending receptiongiven
r ttt lion herself. II h:s ability. ,"to go' to, the 'nub of the to his class just before graduation : thinking of the law; he talked seriously graduation' the following then year-Columbia hard caused him to start new courses he has followed closely Mr Hughes' career

Wrv Hughes.had,been a teacher ,of the matter by the late Algernon S. Sullivan with his friend about it from time I s law course was two years i iI continually, thus presenting him from in general practice. This, then, can
:0' firm believer i to time he speedily became fav tashioned sort a in the A Brilliant Law,Student when Prof. Theodore'Dwlgbt. the famous ; experiencing he be the summing up of the real
f*!5!. a< of the "three K s." and espe. Tie analytical bent'of.the boy Hughes' dean of the school offered to make him inclined toward it, and when Delaware Three years later, Mr. Hughes found had looked forward to with each delight E. Hughes he Invariably gets to the DII1I
clerk in the firm of
:Bl: n 'nthmatlc. commonly: the last i intensified the :Academy 'offered him a position as himself no longer a II In addition his! father-in-law keptat him of every matter.
mind was further by young prize fellow. Now the .young' man had Chamberlain Carter &. Hornblower; Gov.
,,'f the trio. Therefore, from the workduring the threeears' dreams : teacher, with the privilege of devoting everlastingly to rHlume- active practice. Mr. Hughes' public career during 4th.
'I lawyer's night been dreaming great, of the Mr. Lewis having left
r tit \. was old enough for it, she drilled > Immediately following, {its graduation things he would do as soon as he was :half of each school day to legal study, Chamberlain and. At last his bealth becoming' more vigorous last two months In the governorship! game

t u'sr \oJ, In mental arithmetic, and so from law ,schooL started in practice, so he informed the i he fixed upon the law as his life's work. the concern. of New than ever before, be f lJ{ a decided paign following his prominence aa, sU
Un"I'r ,hat he soon ccnceh'ed"strong The story of the beginning of Mr. Among the" jffXft profession longing for the strenuous life,again and torney in the New York insurance /caa<
After teaching for a. year at Delhi good professor that he could not think York state and city. Mr. Hughes is fav-
liklntr j,'r :rathematics. and as he grew I Hughes' professional career is equally Interesting at the end of the school year of 189!} he dais, has ms3e him a national character*_
e where he studidlaw! $ half the day in the of accepting the honor If his duties orably known indeed especially as advocate -
up I.MUJ of"working out intricate once more became a law partner of the
office' of Judge Gleason, the local leaderof would. In anyway. Interfere with his he and, counsel for other attorneysin
probn-ms> 'nanv of them !n his head, for When he entered law school was man who. during his lifetime.. befriendedmore I
the bar the young man made'up work at the bar by day. Assured on I appeals since his resumption of active -
lure pit-a.ures sake. .destitute of acquaintance with any lawyer young lawyers than any other member GLORY.
his mind that he was ,becoming a la wI ,this point he accepted and was doubly practice following his resignationas A CROWN OF
In tht- I whatsoever Some time later he of the New York bar living or dead. .
went to is
'm. that he pub- of
year I jer too Ilowa d, the autumn" of glad a little' later on when he was a professor of law In the Cornell University As Well as a Mark Beauty
Bc school! in Newark: and during his brief I I i became acquainted with a member of I II I After resuming active practice It became Hair.. .
t its! found him in the Columbia Law brought face to face with the fact that to be School of Law twelve years ago. I
Tubll 'arw> with I his father's church who chanced Mr. Hughes habit to recreate In said that the
r In New York ending
It has been truly
School and living with his family in the $500 the position paid him would be He has conducted to a successful issue
t tiff! ffrailuuion tt'ndt'rIe : a lawyer. This man took an interestin Europe each summer, he having failed to is a luxuriant
the exceptionally of race
at our
Brooklyn. From the Hughes I I a not inconsiderable part of hls'lncome. of Intrinsic value arousing crowning glory
start cases
young I him If he many times In'tw '
; "tf ; he ;I the student and asked sail only three lve )'ears hair '
showed beyond of
a proficiency shone In the three that he fellow the profession, head
in his class-he j had as classmates years was a fine law keen interest among '
L. -an would not like to get Into a While abroad he spent' the greater part that this
m mathematics and a memory: William T. Jerome. 'Levtis !... Delafield, I he quizzed probably a thousandlaw though until a ,year ago he had never It used to be thought was
"\ receiving an affirmative of his time and
)) bicycling On
511 -v to his office. aturall } walking which the god
that proved astonishing ] students, end In addition two In that class of legal one of the blessings
De Witt J. Seligman. James W. Gleed.I nights chanced to figure I
**a ,,. I young Hughes a tours, his favorite portions of the
t* While University: I reply he gave continent capriciously and it Is onl.reIcentJy I
at Colgate I one of the leaders of the Kansas bar and a week he conducted a private class of H work which furnishes the newspapers I bestow
(I"1; itson! at Brown I letter of introduction to Eugene I being Switzerland and {he, Austrian that scientists have discovered
) and later I
on dozen students for words, the
Inh partner of former Commissioner of Pen- a or so ; more intimate firm of with scare beads, In other .
of the law
f nollwht>re ne graduated in 1881, I F. 'and work. Both In the large quizzes and Lewis, junior member had long been Ignorantof TyrobAbout beauty Is dependent upon theI
sions Eugene Ware, others .hoba"e in public generally k
.a- Chamberlain Carter & Hornblower. I I the only time that minute which
frequently of higher Hughesis absence of a germ
interpreter since made big names for themselves I the private one he was called upon eitherto famous law his existence even to, say nothing of I
'its dane of the most not talking or thinking is the hairfollicles, where
4' tnatus for his fellow students and, because of their eminent legal do a lot of analytical work or to'dlrect his peculiar talents. I shop when I fiuorishes in
: "a', exception among even good firms In New York. I be is off on tbefe foreign trips.. If his destroys the life of the hair .r
: and here the value of
abilities. High as was the Intellectual it, getting to the '
'* "" ""-naticlans he went right up and : of The student lost no time In seekingthe Happiest Two Years: f His Life. I closest friends are to be believed. "So I lit To restore this life and kill the ,
standard of the class young Hughes was last analysis a thing-the nub of It-
1.1'.d Into calculus without a unk." to i e\"f'r address on the envelope. While he It was' In 1891, when be had become I bubbling full is hevof Jaw-and work and germs which cause the mischiej'isthe
generally reckoned Us first member, and was more deeply than impressed
IS! d l,' seated in the reception room await- I politics, they that one mission of Newbro's
redit Prof. George Chase, then assistant to the : upon him. The impression that he made was thoroughly tired out after the four yearsof I now say. |o, can : Herpiclde.
r As a School Teacher. I ing a call Into Mr. Lewis' presence a particularly bard work following his ; spend a social half-hour with him without Herpicde surely kills the germs {
has declared In his the students is
dean that mind upon attested by the gold I I
"hen I man,' ,whom Mr. Hughes soon' learnedwas entrance In partnership with Mr. Carter becoming aware that a lawyer is present and Is the best hair dressing on th*
he left most brilliant that the watch the classes of
Colgate he went to teach the two students 87-88 presented of the '
: Walter S. Carter firm no- I Mr. Hughes was asked to become Yet he speaks& of his Intn-u'IIO'f'am.--t'- market.It .
*la \are Academy.,, at Delhi;, N. Y. Columbia Law:.School ever had up to the him. This memento, of which he Is very his heels and called that
.' ticed him cowing professor of law in the Cornell ly and, withal, with such sincere modesty, contains no,grease or cI, .
netnatUs and Greek were his prinrfbject time of -becoming dean of the New I proud, he carries constantly and from ,:
1'8 him Into his private office. I University Schol of Law. His weakened that it Is not possible't*,leave his pretence will it stain or dye.
Graduating from.thF Co I I I York Law School h11 bOre'the names :Its chain hangs the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity I I I .
k.l11lna, I Made a Hobby of Young Man. condition, hls.depressing mental with an Impression of b&\1ng- talked For wJe by W. A. ty
., Law School and entering the, law of Charles 'E. HnjhM and William B ; key, won at Brown University! I physical
Oit': and his boyhoods predilection with a man possessing even a scintilla of druggist and apothecary
has made weariness
of Chamberlain Carter & Horn- I I HornbiowerThe; latter gentleman grad i and proclaiming the high scholarship that For years Mr. a AJ.l
bower! and teaching asserting"itself, caused the I the love of L On the 'other. Sand there Palafox street, or send lOc
as dork he took particular delight uated in 175. and It .te interesting! to : Mr_ Hughes modestly disclaim! bobby of young men on learningthe for '
!' !iq II offer to appeal to him with peculiar force. Is deep admiration for.the man a_feeling, for sample to The : t
t'Jrnlnating the a tha the earnest opposition and dis- somehow, that he has hipuelf .
tLa.t : him earnestly against Despite ,
fell to his lot and in the early after graduation.Mr. ilttghes found him- has been told but'not 'generally. man's Visit warned

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WEAR XTRAGOOD CLOTHES bers Who Violate the

Agreement.SCALE "Two bottles of Cooper's

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PREVIOUS .MEETIN Y1 L of 1021 Capitol Ave., Indianapolis


>-- : Gentlemen-For years I have been a
& SUPPORT .victim of stomach trouble. Everything
3 v y. Q .F,f I ate disagreed with me and I did not I
w seem to derive"any 'nourishment or
WE SELL t ; ? i strength! from my food.
further bind the members to r rafix ,r+;;; When I began taking Cooper's \>w
the Discovery. I did snot expect the resuJU
In to
agreement reached regard
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-: of wages adopted at the meeting medicines I bad.used but before the I
4, the South Georgia Turpentine r.'' second bottle was gone.,every trace of
I tors' Association has adopted a my ailment bad dlsappered' I could
,< ..n :; : .::x? :c,:; eat and en Joy?a hearty meal, and am:
which will became a part of the Raining ln..trrtyrth and flesh. CoofWg
requiring that each-member shall be > .,. ::n. Z r x y.- New Discovery is a splendid remedy i I
quired to give drafton, his factor for "ter .. ,3."* I know that it cures stomach trouble
ffr ( Elegant Signed: MRS. FRANK WHALEY
: ; of $%50 call of the
-:7 : sum upon ; f" 1021 Capitol Ave., Indianapolis (lid
If violations of the agreement are
w. wIx1I / to exist the member guilty of the '\
:' You Eat and
Can a Hearty
tions- Is subject, to;a fine of nOt ;>,i TS.: s ,Frw:, If not then you need Coopers Jtew
than $250, the amount to be fixed y:, ", Discovery. It builds up the gastrio Aires
Line of committee.The of the stomach, to that food digests tn>
meeting was attended by ''- Y stead of fermenting and'the blond re-
; .r'vy" : '. Telvmg pure' nourishment from the fiigpyt-! ,
five operators and there were ed ftood,"instead of the poisonous irVi
tatives from all the factorage houses # f5tn food which has fermented, strengty!
Savannah, says the Savannah News. ; .t, ?.;,;+ )r -c' ens' every organ of the body th rough
which It flows..,
factors and the. operators are _
PatternsNewest In the movement to maintain a b k .'. My. Pure Blood is the Life.ooper's I
scale. President W. G. Warnell of : <
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R. M. Hitch was also in his place. y: wCp'y p--J Makes Pure'Blood.Cooper" .
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meeting was the first held since the .
't New Discovery costs J1.08
: ax ; ?zy Y rt per
ganization in October. The business -CY. Ze- .- bottle. six for $5.00. Cooper's Quick R*.
concluded in the forenoon, though i t., ,,, ( Si. .. lief, the-assistant remedy, costs SOc per
and of 1&qs; ,;: tn"err=:; t At bottle. 'Buy from the dealer whose tlameappean'
members discussed a number '"''
:c<+c.: below or where we have no
informally for several hours and dealer send the price direct to the Cooper
Chatham Artillery Hall, where the Medicine Co., Dayton Ohio and the medicines
will be forwarded to you charges;:
sions took place were open all day.
MRS. WHALEY. prepaid.
4 fe"Everything Dues for Members.

The formal application for
NobbiestStyles was signed by all members present.
Is addressed to the officers and 00 tc>:n.'s .
of the South Georgia Turpentine

tors' Association ,Savannah, and Is
follows: "The undersigned hereby
for membership In 'your association .. '.
ij hereby obligates himself if elected of the Commit-
[ member to be bound by all \ and In aggravated
of the constitution and by-laws, offense shall in
and regulations of said association. to exclusion from the We- are Coffering ,some .dressed damaged

Prices.,from $.3. so to $9. .Our. $S. and,,$6 Suits are excellent. factor is hereby authorized to pay
me my annual dues on call of the of the Commit- lumber at bargain
If your boy needs Suit,come and look at our line. tary." f" shall be subject to a, .
Space is given for the applicant Committee Appeals
r$! We can please you.Watson y. designate the number of stills : any party'dissatisfied.! We can fill i all orders now for new 'I
with the capacity of,each. The dues on Appeals shall have
governed by the number\\ot.1 barrels ; modify or reverse the

Parker & Reese Eo. spirits produced. on Complaints, stock. shipment arriving daily.
The operator who produces not of the Committee on _
than 500 barrels of spirits annually an eases be final.

to assessed $5; not m re than loeo imposed upon mem- H. C. DeSILVA & COMPANY
wa.n"T@ieF'0 $10; for upwards of 1,000 barrels $15. as follows: Each
The operators Iii% ''hopeful that association shall upon ,
rs ( (! ttt '3 (ttt tlA haves reached a solution'' of' the' give a draft on

preblem as concerns them. Their of the secretary; for ..
I trouble has been in retaining help. hundred and fifty' dol-
with rheumatism in consequence of ing bound by the same scale of draft shall be col .N111N11...............+............+...++++.+....*
I his frequent night" journeys across the which has been'published they feel vi"I and the proceeds :Z:
A WEALTHY and 'substitute PLOT TO KILL
frontier a was en-
well assured that there will deposit with the factor
gaged. He was not in the ment for bands to leave one .-and subject to the or- : !
art of smuggling,. and on the second camp for another.] The scale paid Whenever any fine M. S 0. MADE CLOTHING !
trip the car was overhauled by the Georgia is slightly higher than that member, the secretary

SMUGGLER French. authorities. and the occupants THEEMPRESSCopenhagenDetectives in Florida. s: ,t ,_ from that member's : -- :
arrested. As the article adopted conveys p the deposit the'amount 1
Mlle. Rey who'wore 'a smart. Paris tically the gist and purpose of the and deposit the .
costume,treated 'the "matter as a ganization; it Is reproduced in full of the association. :
joke, paid the'extortionate fines (imposed follows: : of the fine so imposed Is Distinctly the Standard in Medium !
surrended.:.her contraband Fines .for Violation of Agreement. be declared to be in
Swiss Authorities Are .Much saccharin, to 4he inspector, and motored Out- Section 1. All complaints shall be the association. t I,

I merrily 'back to"5veitzerland to vestigated by the Committee on violation of any pro- Priced :
Worried Over Acts of-a get another cargo! wit Russian Anarchistsand plaints. The person complained or by-laws or .< Clothing. 1

,P I Encouraged, by .this' capture, how shall,have reasonable notice of the or rule of the.aB8OCla- .. .' '
Pretty Woman. !ever the French guards increased Force Their and place o' hearing and shall be member shall be ex- 1
!'their vigilance', and the motor car an opportunity to"present' his association and notice I Everyman does not want to pay $20 to $30 for
i I'was captured a second and then a Return. Sec. 2. Any member found of the grounds there- I

Special to The Journal I third 1me'. .On *each occasion.Mile.. after due hearing of a violation of thereafter trans- a 'suit or overcoat.: ; Very few inPensacola, can afford P,
nonchalantly signed cheques for of constitution, or to each member
:Rey provision
: Geneva, Nov 10.: The customs authorities Special *o The Journal t it. Our line in of for
price and $1
I the amounts of the heavily increased or of any of rules and regu1at{ and of similar asso- 2 runs $7 to $15 men, i
of the France-Swiss forntier Copenhagen, Nov. 10.;-Three Russian thee 8.88ociation'shall
;fines and ironically complimented the adopted by all factorage houses in :
ire in despair concerning Mile. I authorities on their vtgilence.The anarchists who were under the subject to a fine of not exceeding Alabama. Expulsion > to.$5for'oysequaIly': as stylish and dressy: as if :

Uafthe Rey, a pretty woman who I', / ,third time'sl e' was warned surveilance of the, international police hundred and fifty dollars (250.00. to shall operate as you,paid,fancy prices for them. :
has adopted wholesale'smuggling as a I that her car would be confiscated if arrived here last week to carry from any sub-as- =
out to assassinate the
a plot Dowager
pastime. she persisted in'this form of amusement the expelled member "
Mile. Rey, who Is only twentyfouryears' Mile. Rey .retorted that they Empress of Russia. Before they arrived And no member of :t We'want to convince you. Call and investigate. i ;
of age and wealthy, lives at I would hareipcatchher1first! They i the Danish secret police received How's This? thereafter become a

Driye, a frontier village, in a charming did catch her again, and after the telegraphic 'Information from St. We offer One Hundred Dollars business associate of
villa left her 'I 'Petersburg, and Russian detectives for case of Catarrh that cannot
by her late father any
In the :
of seizure and fines
usual formalities
who was reputed to be a French, millionaire I I went on board the anarchists' steamer cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure., interested in i I
had'been- concludedly' at Selllgny, in I F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, any T.HEM. & O.
and inquired the object of the
V Haute Savoie, Mile. Ref coolly hireda We the undersigned have known : in the turpentine
men's visit. Cheney for the last 15 years, and i.
Tiring of home life Mile. Rey ,decided pair .horse landau, and with her ; : he may be interested :
honorable In all
I him perfectly
that the This police reception' surprised the 2 t :
smuggling was most chauffeur drove back home, leaving transactions and financally! able to I he shall be re-instated c.
exciting diversion she could find. To- anarchists, but their astonishmentwas out any obligations made by his firm. r good standing in this :
'Joptra1aII) .1 $6600.fa
I>j co746aecjaarln: and snuff jyere 'c r' iM P1M4..U'' Mlle. increased when the detectives told WALDINQ, KINNAN & MARVIN f CLOTHING STORE i i
..t JA..II t. ,::nw+gn, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo.
them what theirbusiness :
deer 'Haute Savoie; atuf very Chen Ref th B'cii1et Inspector at Sel- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken int ceasing to be' st '
In.Geneva. It was easy to fill_h*r 10 g11':' "Xow I shall get a really bigone. I anarchists were then told that If they acting directly upon the blood and in the state of Geor :2 --""""- -: -- ---- --= .1 1
'landed they would be"arrested and surfaces of the system. '
horse-power motorcarth. contra ., to have refunded
< By-and-bjr my chauffeur will ials sent free PrIce 1;) cents per \ 321-323 SOUTH1PALAFOX STREET
sent back to Russia under special escort :
band in Switzerland and then know the roads better and then-we i Sold by all druggists. I / of the proceeds of .
across the frontier selling it at enhanced shall see! 'I If they preferred to return at Take Hall's Family Pills -for as provided in the fore- 0 *.
prices, and giving the once they were at liberty to do so, pa tion. has not been applied
proceeds is the finest in We lave addd l line of
"Smuggling' 2 ladies'
to the poor. this dull world. sport ,and to inform their comrades that I for the payment a and children's :

At first the scheme was highly satisfactory I nothing. could be" done'at Copenhagen. .. . .. .. _ = Shoes-es4 ryone knows the values we give in men's I
When one of the Russian ,detectives .. I
Mile. Rey had.several nar- H T.HERE'S.NO USE contained In this.utIf; :': '
row!escapes from capture. the cus talking'y0n canV* beat Herbine for was askedwhy'they: had treated 'I' upon any member of shoes. .You will. get the same-in: Ladies' of Chi) \ i
toms Inspectors, but this only added the IIver.Th greatest regulaterever the anarchists this courteous'way The until as many as .two- *
offered't 'he replied that the retired English'de f \. dren's.. line. tsxs
to .the attraction of the)? enterprise. suffering humanity. turpentine operators
On one occasion. she was/closely, pur- If you suffer.-frem liver complaint,I[teethe Inspector Melville' when' he Georgia as the number I: .

cued bye indignant French officials. if you are.billinua and fretful, it's your was in attendance on King Edward, by the secretary; .1iININIIINK.N...........i...................Ii:
but her car outdistanced?.' them, and liver and Herbine*will put It in Its I always adopted these methods with Geniune members .of said as*l'. 1
the contraband exchanged hands -before -proper condition. positive cure for anarchists The' lajtejr were so astonished I **saxax 3
they recovered the trail. Constipation Billiousness Dyspepsia I that as] & rnle; they abandoned : ,

Misfortune came with. A new chauffeur and.aU ills.dun to a torpid-4iver. Try I I forever the' plots which were Article : I j Everyone knows how nutritious ?
thus foiled. WAS SICK.,
however. The former one, a a bottle and ...ruu'will never- use any -._. -
infddle-aged man, became' crippled thing else says he always was :,r and appetizing thru \

with a cough that : peanut is. Made in the form 2
,.. CARLISTS AGAIN THAT'SPIEL -what would you : __
was sick since using : of a peanut butter it is dehr 2

CURES Syrup. Such a :". ious for everyday use 2
s.s.s. Denver Colorado, : BEECH-NUT
: .* Special to The our"a'iMadrid. I was troubled : 1
CANCEROUS. ULCERS I'ov. 10.-Several Carlist cough left me fa''a' : i .p PEANUT BUTTER. ;

i. bands armed with Rfmington rifles REAL; GERMANLAGERBEER I tried Ballard : f

Whenever> : a sore or ulcer is slow in healing,.and shows signs f eating appeared recently in the mountains and have not had a : is different from other kinds
intotiie.sniTounding flesh it is safe to say that the blood is-infected with near Alforja, in the province of Tar- That's what it did : p
cancerous germs. Some old taint or poison that has lain dormant awaiting ragona. This Is.a Catalonian district, : : 4' because it is made from tb} 2

a favorable opportunity to assert itself has found an outlet'on the face, arms, where Carllsm''a1ld Ultra-Clericalism! N J I + lJTP ,t+f' finest peanuts, in the Beech

legs or other part of the body, and the" 'place has become inflamed and has darmerie numerous.discovered supporters'two armed The bands gen : BREAD j Nut" You should a1 (
festered! and a chronic ulcer is the result. When:middle"age is reached or
and. a few shots were, exchanged without the j
-and the vital weaker TRY IT! have it in the house ic
passed, powers are naturally ; a Hurt, of any kind heals without result. The Carlists dispersedwith ways ?
slowly-and-often! an insignificant scratch o(laruieon warty growths, cries of "Long live King Carlos Steam Bak- i luncheons, picnics and out

moles?:pimples etc., will begin to inflame and are soon large, eating ulcers. VII!" and "Death. to Liberty;" .A. ONLY 15c A BOTTLE i] for it makes de
The'cancerousgerms rooted in the blood and.xrhile a very
salves, plasters squadron of cavalry' was sent in pursuit .
Jotions,etc., keep the surface clean they areuseless in affecting a cure. S.S.S. of the bands and a force of In- $1.50 PER DOZEN._ win be regular 1 licious sandwich. Better order N

J cures cancerous ulcers by going down into the blood and removing the germs fantry has been ordered to cooperate Chapter.of Me No.Horeb(., on R. ;1 a trial jar. x
and poisons which produce the: trouble. It cleanses.the.circulation of all with the mounted troops. The l%th Inst. at 7:30 ;
unhealthy matter, and when the cause is removed the sore heals permanently.S. chiefs of these bands are two well- m.. :
S. S* enriches and strengthens the entire blood-supply, and being purely known Carlists, named Michel: Saludes Morris ann eissere W. E. ANDERSON, J East JHIilH Grocery Co09t
and Joseph Mestrev It Is stated Secretary. :
vegetable, it is a pleasant; safe remedy for young,or:()ld; and ulcers of every
't kind yield promptly to its curative properties .n ooh on sores and ulcers and that the Carlist director; oZ >the. rising is a I 12 W. Zarrlgcssa St I copper and sheet Iron 1 M.-P.Bowes-Danagar. Phones 212-88? f.
general bearing theEnglish
M Mdical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA . to 109 East GoTern-I:
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told'papa tflhdaf..that"Iould. like( Call s 1
: kl : : s, < .sending down town. us Q tJ.

',,'r. -to' be 'a'United-Stalest" Senator, aad + < up and listen to the many W .o' t
'- he asked'merhy.i 'said, ';"well.. you ..1Jr tnp xa 1 ,
nice will,, tell 1'H
things 'we rI.l
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\ I all won't .let ,.me be, a. priate\ He
t a.d.=Mr. Dean laughed, but I ,didn't of for 'your breakfast, dinner S <: t

'see anything funny. .GeeI! Ity must C12 0 or supper. We carry the very o : ( i

.\ be a fine job to be senator./I don best of everything there is'to r

know exactly !haL they.-do,, but .1 / eat,'swhich is sure to please : ". .\
thnk they are 'sent.,there by the railroads : .
.... y u.1-t ret your trouble vanish \
and .true t s, who give them a'lot .
AD : i ,TwQ-two-three." t j
by ringing
of money to look',after.their lnt re&ts. 4 ., Lw I

{ They wont let their little boys'play ,. ,1

b with Teddy and Kermit Roosevelt: : 'I It

.Say! the capital., isf a whopper, -

I .i .7,? 'bout 50 times :as,big 'as .our courthouse NewCifyGroceI-yCo.-i
r r and' Was" \iingtcas monument 3 .
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is about five times as high as the 'V..HATZBC2i'ez @ ,
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,TATS 'xG'A 1411't > ,1Ce .went- out to.. .Mount.. Vernon. zz:> .T1I.B .7': I
where George'Washington 'lived. My: PRYOR BROS. Proprietors. j
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It was a. nice place:. They said he Cor.l0th'Ave.: andJ4f.Stf fTelephone l 223. } !

J L. .I .eomld- throw a'r silver: dollar clear r"D .__ +\* .!f**., .ft. -. .. (-, ,.'* 4:0.:.. I
1 'across""the ':Potomac river Gee : 7 \ .1
S Wouldn't he hAve.madell swell bas : t
;4 \ ', o IHMW#* ** *** ** .
ball pitcher for;oiu..tCanS! ::. -, r : ; :.1
k y.5z' An old dark y.hb..told"1. he knew : -1
'George wheAl he- -''waV rbcy;;.*ad '"see I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES: BRONZSEI .: ,

tie dat tree?" and ;he dinted to a large ._ dl
tree growing in';:the ,.yard--"well: STERLING .SILVERWARE' ,' I h

= dat's de tree .Mafse, George :done:,'catS I ART POTTERY, OPTICAL. GOOp, .- 1

down wid his' -hatchetI" went, out CUT GLASSWARE. ;

A'aS/R and looked ,at -it ,I 1-said- why: iI = :

I I! q thought it was a,.cher 'Y tree he cut .-...--;- r : ;l 1!

yp' down, and this Is, It' chestnut" And .. .. i Engraving and Fine Stationery.
it '
sure enough was.
_ Well, we go on to .New 'York from D: t "
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c-S2: 1 i. ,here, and then sail fdr England. Wiii ... I Mail'Orders! Recc_ vcp'"mpt: .Attention. il

write again next we,jc. .
R ) Your cousin. .. -
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-To the Boy or Girl"Whose'Name/IsfDrawn; From; the Correct Answers Received At This Office By, Next. Thursday Night; The Journal Will !

Give a Silver Dollar. ... 1

I+The Boy or G Whose Answers-Is. Drawn>Second Will Be Given a Box of, Huyler's Candy When Called- i i For- at D'Alemberte's: Pharmacy. Home-Made Bread : ':i ia

1 t at The D'Alemberte's'drug"store.correct;answers to last week's Correct Correct answers Answers.were received from "UNCLE ANSE" AND"FADEAWAY" 1 MILLIONAIRE I :. I;i

SET AFTER THAT puzzles were-as'follows' : >* \ the following girls and boys: Freaerick' 'J

Answers. *ff Ceruti, Althea Blumer.Mary Li- BALL '. IN ASYLUM is something that not many of you have had a chance :
No. 1 New: Orleans. i cata, Nellie McConnell, Escambia,
No. 'Mississippi[ 'fa Fla.; Katie Parker Fort Gaines. Ga.; FIT i 1 : 'j

NO.,3-Montgomery. ,: C. J. Heinberg Clem McArthur, Chu- to eat 'since .you, were, children. It is a healthful l l.,
i DOLLAR R FOR No..Vicksburg. .... muckla; Lennette Coleman, Pollard, BASEBALL PITCHERS TRICKED INTO ENTERING WHILE_ ; I '

No. 5-Cotton. ? w. I'Ala.; Lewis Bear, Edward Pooley, VETERAN SAYS FROM EFFECTSOF strength-building{ that the system demands.but. :
NO..G-Pontchartrain. Catherine Andrews Katie M. Hartman HAVENT LEARNED SUFFERING .
No. 7-Cumberland.. : Clude M. Klrkpatrick Emanuel "
No.JS. -Tennessee., *> Roth, Alice Louise Rich Maybelie ANY NEW TRICKS. SUNSTROKE. which few people are able to get. Our .I l i. .

i HRlSTMAS The Journal's Puzzle army had, an Bernstein, Bennie Bernstein; Edward' > Hi!
easy time of it and there were only Bernstein, Myer Bernstein- Sadie i '
Special to The JournalChicago I IIs
four Mncon ect replies.Today's Bernstein Bertha Gagnet,. Tony S. is the Special to The Journal. "
Nov. 10.-baseball # ,
. Budapest,. Nov. 10.-Count Eugene '
P'uzzl'. Johnson, Nellie Murphy Leona Mur- / ,
. -- same old game, 'says"Pop" Anson. Bread It
. The,puzzles to-daY.are also very phy, Sadie G. Holsen Vinson and Eva Twas at the recent championshipseries .Michy, a prominent deputy, great Light-House "
Is the Advice of The Puzzle ,'; easy and at this'time" of:thet ear the Holson, Ethel Bayliss, Willie 'John that "Old Anse," sealed near traveler and millionaire, confined declares : t
i I:that he has been wrongfully
bright< silver dollar will come In son, Joel Farmer Morrison, MargaretM. the' box heard 'some one talk- r.
press .
a Editor the The Jour- I handy, because' many littleboys' and Pou, Nena and Nanny: Souder' Ing about the "fade-away", and he 'I!for He six weeks that in last a lunatic June while asylum.shooting ,
z. girls are '-saT Dg up", for the holi- Belter Fla.; Joseph Hughes Frank quickly become interested. Then, with says
days. The Puzzle Editor hopes to Lowery Ethel Gilmore, Sybil Ward, he bad a sunstroke, and fell from -
nal's Army. { l: I I a "humph1 veteran said: \.I his horse. For four days he remained "
made-in It
thenumber of increase
I see answers : Ethel Wilkerson, Washington Redd, "Well there may be a 'fade-away I.unconscious, and when he recovered simply "Home-Made Bread" a.bakery._
every'week from now on. It is a lot Clara Stokes, Alberta Reno Louis but the way I look at it is that the '' ,
[Of fun to sole The:Journal's'puzzles: Witkovski, Clara ReiD}ardt, Kathleen I pitchers haven't learned any new I..:was tricked into entering a 'private'i will and farther than, regular-baker's
. PRIZE DOLLAR WON THIS WEEK -lots of fun ;for the little .ones and! Wheat, Irma Wheat, Lettie Martin, tricks since 'the days when I used to I i asylum keep longer go ,
lots of grown up folks, too. Then, tr Lloyd Blumer, Wiltred Stone,. Marian I ]>i When he realized his position he
4j j BY FREDERICK LIN CERUTI- J clout the leather. They may/have l from leaving the place it in TRY IT ; JPFEIFFER"S
one keeps up with these puzzles they Stone Elimie M. tleu, Edna V. Reidel some new names, but when: : I sit behind -j was prevented bread and is better every way. i
land i letters written to friends were not
instructive to the little
are very folks Jack French Blanche Larcom, Bessie
: TO I and shoots
BOX OF CANDY AWARDED the plate the curves |'i his
Permission to son
delivered. see
ii [and then there is that bright new' L. Perryman, Carolyn Bruner, Mac All
look just the same'as ever to me <
: MISS ALTHEA BLU MER, A LUCKY;} silver dollar-t6 be consIdered.A Hodgkins, 1'hos Johnson Ed Swalne,I there is to it is that the pitchers have* j j during was refused the whole, and the time count it required says that all '
-.ew Puzzler. Jos Swaine Riera. Lucy Swaine, John better' agents than they usedto 1[I STEAM BAKERY.
; press him
"of mind to
l PUZZLER. his strength prevent
The Puzzle Editor acknowledges re- Bell, Dennis Eagan, Sadie Mellor, Dan have. ;
really becoming
aa ceipt of the following' letter 'from a Lanni "In the old days we did not have I Finally the president of the lower t

a; The Journal's puzzle dollar this new Dear member.a.aitor-l: am a new puzzler S. Greenwood Le Mayme Pulliam", |'thee tout. papers the star boosting players nowadays.. the way they We I I Hungarian secured chamber his liberation paid: him, when a visit the ..................' ........................e..........

3 Reek goes to Frederick Lin Ceruti,.and hope _*at my answers'are correct Kate Alford David Boley, Herman I jjust. plugged along without receiving!I II Land I declared "lilm i '
a liinth: avenue and Twenty-second h I and that I will,receive the dollar or Boley, Helen Morgan, Annie Laurie I!the write-ups that are'given the winners -i L I I doctors The matter was raised by Deputy I Southern Grown: Nursery Stock j -
: treet Pensacola. and the box of fine{candy. Your friend,'-' Tisdale, Beatrice Terry, Harold M. : at the present "time. Once a !Igron at'''a sitting or parliament, and i.
Candy Althea Blumer..':lO East I ? KATIt BARKER. Lewis 1\lill\1ew. '1a.; Harry. M.: of
a goes I year they ran an alleged picture us the standing committee who watch True. to Name.
1 Government street, Pensacola. The Remember, little friend, that perse- Neigel, Mobile, Ala.; John :Jellison; I and Jthey made the same picture, do I the immunity of members was :
: Collar may be had on demand at The Terence will win anything. YQu will Century Ala.; Mcnush, Liggie, Han year after year. lover June Bud .t; I
to make inquiries. i Budded Pecans, alld# .
. Journal office and the pound, box of surely capture-one .of the prizes ir nah, Milton, Marion Backer,- Nellie "Now, the .star players are' photo-; .pdfeq! ?Ieo'
Buyler's candy be had by calling Glackmeyer Lena O'Neal; MurrayMatthews praphed in conceivable posi-i Peach StraWQept'H1Roses.- e and 'Ornat
: may. you .k.Cap JtV..n *41! SiztL 1t41r every I BE CHARITABLE I year ,.
Florala, Ala. Willie 'Wilkinson "
. ; tion, 'and result the player in I
as a I all kinds true to
mental Trees of :: Everything a-
. Alvin W. White Everett 'question better advertised. But to your horses, as well as to your '
: Sunday Morn gf. ,Nov mDej "II, f906.t Rice :Myrtle 'L. Rule Etta Bell it's the same gets old game." 1 self. You need not suffer from pains name, or money cheerfully refunded. Write for -! 1!
Lillian L. Davidson, Warnngttm, Milton of any sort-your horses need not I :
: Wood Lappington MobileAla.; ,Cleans Out the System. II suffer.' Try a 'bottle of Ballard's price list at once. l I/o
. t IE. Hallmark, Leslie Merritt, Olive, Laxative) Snow Liniment It cures all pains. J.
L. L. L. (Lamar's
: PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON i FIe..; Bessie Jchcscn, Brent .Fla.: ;' is a gentle laxative that thoroughly,j i M. Roberts, Bakenfield, Mo., writes: C. R. LONG ,. Nurseryman, Andalusia, Ala.. .

{Myrtle gomery,Rice Ala., ;Gus.Evelyn: Keating; C. ,Armstrong Jr., Mont-, cleanses impurities.the It system'never and gripes.removes Does all V MI years have and used find it your'Ho be Liniment the best for I have ten .................It................... ..............:
:. AaS1fJrsIM1IIt! wm ae"hld Is1Writtea Those 011 this Nit Written Coupon 011 IIuk.It NIfceptlea Adelia Rosasco. Bay Point Fla; 'Jack the work by gently touching up the ever used ,for man or beast" a--r--. .
Shuttleworth Jr. Teddy Muldon Ma need have no terrors for f
liver. you
t this\Kula. "
.# to .!. bel Robinson, Arthur Robinson Ef--j All druggists 50c. LIGHT HOUSE BREADnone WASH DAY if you send your washing to ?
fie Suggs, Jack Suggs- Francis Gonzalez ,
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My 1lswers to the puzztes'in The Jolu'nal to-day'eLn u follows: I Thompson Walker H. McLel- ,-,.- genuine without the .The New Method Laundry -j

.- lan Yarbrough, Chattahoochee, Fla.; KODAKS label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- ,PHONE.. E..W. LAW E"CL Prop lie* .tflwUwidr| lid. W. MM4 If i
Addle Stewart, Milton, Jewel
J. No.1" t'i Booth, .AGENTS, :WANTED. .
I St. Andrews Robert Bryant Grant,
S i : '- c-: :.. :- \Vllbern Fallow Rglnia UavepcrL!} AND] SUPPLIES.Get ery. '' __ 7 -
N. : Mary Brown Viola'Roch, Ethel Looise MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE'79DEGREES '
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Lowery, Fannie Beard. : : I ; MINIMUM 60 DEGREES How Our Acme Double Flint .

S -. .: .It' | Two answers were received withoutany a Kodak and The maximum temperature In"'PenI I Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels ;
;, No.3't names and for that'reason they send storm pictures I according to weath '- .t ;

i '-., could list. not be included' in the, above. ; to your outoftown er sacola bureau yesterday records, was. 79 degres at I Saturated Ismadefro. ana mthe coated-bat finder Wool,m..Felt-new_"_ Process._wun_... ..A.._......*_.*..... c, '
; 'j o' j 1i:30'a. m., while the minimum temperature Is a rnbb r-iike {densely compressed) Roofiaff Felt. 't f'I(
! No.4 friends.. \Ve 'have, was 60 degreesat 7:30 a. m. Coated on both,sides with Silicate.
There U
no Reason date the Resists the action'. of vapor acid. and firs: fNot Q ? I
the same
'' why your baby should be thin, and the famousEASTMAN Last year on affected by heat or cokL- I
i No. S .:.i l'l fretful during the night. Worms Are maximum temperature was 57 de- The roofing that nerer. leaks f J

1 '. ,, the cause of thin sickly babies. It KODAK gress. Easily experience affixed.The : of twenty yeazs'pI'OTe8,1t to be the bestReady ,t.
' ,J. is natural that a healthy baby should I Card of Thanks. Rooting on the market. '
J N I. 6 be fat and sleep well. If your baby Put up In rolls 32 Inches wide and 40 feet a Inch** long
sister and .
100. The parents, brothers containing 108 square feet wrapped in heavy casing.
1 does not retain Its food don't experiment ranging in prices other relatives of D. N. Reache. who APPROXIMATEWEIGHTS.. 'i!
'" with colic cures and other medicines
4 Wednesday last desire -
i J'rto 7 ... but try a bottle of;: '\"hIte'sCream from $1.00 to $40.00. passed to away express on'their heartfelt thanksto 3Ply, 80 Ibs, 1er'roll: complete. I
.1-- Vermifuge, and you will soon and ask 1
: Come in us friends and neighborswho
the many
. ,. ",) see your baby' have' color and laugh If kindly extended sympathy and 2-Pl ,701bs: per roll, complete. tI Il!
; II 1 N0. ---f as it should. about them you so his illness and after complete. it
J L assistance during 1-Ply, 60 Ibs.. per roll, i
have already, let Friendship, at such a time iH
one death. 1
1 Name ; LIGHT HOUSE BREAD his appreciated.Dry. Samples and Full Particllars Free. ,; ,
with doubly ,
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furnish you Paper. Sheathing ant -
us Also 3 2 and 1-ply Tarred Rooting
1 I 'I -none genuine without i the supplies. dusty weather inflames the Insulating Paper., J

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Answers ,. supply at the Crystal Phar- ,Atlanta, :w ;
to this week' ustbpn.thiS... .Q.PR? r: -.i'i ," sun&tues2t
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The cake was decorated In pink and
white with thirteen candles of the

same color.- The home was tastefully
: decorated with ferns and pink and

AND] 1 EVENTS white chrysanthemums, the prevailing Invitedout .' i '
PEOPLE color/scheme." Carl had been
I to spend 'the evening and, waa
r agreeably surprised on his return DIAMONDS '-TJE.WELRY

.' home, haying received several presents
and the best wishes of his -many ,, .
BY ; \
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)'No.' 669 Before SP.; M. i' Mrs. C.. Brackley of Muscosee who .. '" .":1i'i-;;j.. :; .,',,, "' Y ,
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-.. Mrs. M. E. Batts will leave Mondayfor ..f, ,
Oulfport Miss., where she goesas : .

MARRIAGE OF MISS BRENT Fashion'eature a delegate to the conversion of the =;! j : Ourstock is overflowing with the
The Journal's Daily United Daughters of the Confederacy. ,: ;
AND MR. MANLEY. .... ,..
Yesterday at noon at the home of Miss Maggie Henderson"" who has v <%;;d inty and necessary,articles which

the bride's father Mr. F. C.occurredthe Brent been visiting 'fronds at Whltfield -- f: ". :, ':vlendr grace and distinction to the

108 East Romanna street Fla., for some time past, has returned
wedding of :Miss Celestine Angela home. ; Card Party: or Entertainment.

Brent and Mr. Rufus Summer Manley, ..JIiI..
Rev. Father Thos. Fullerton performing The members of the Friday Afternoon '; ."Lotsof; new things that do much

the ceremony. The wedding waa Euchre Club and their husbandswere
to beautify the home at prices to
to have occurred earlier in the week, 'entertained Thursday night by ,

but was postponed on account of the Mrs. C. D. Beyer. Mr. Dave Deloneywon -' suit every purse. .
Illness of the bride's sister, Miss Mary the first prize and Mr., G. H. '-.: ,:
Ella Brent, who happily'was much Kirby the consolation. The boobywas
better yesterday. Only members of awrded to Mr. J. D. Ynlestra.

the Immediate family were present at Bonbons were served during the even- .. ,j.
the ceremony. Ing. On Friday after Mrs. Beyer entertained ,:-
Immediately after the wedding ceremony the club at its regular meet- All of bejfound' ;
styles Wedding RingfwiU atGERSON'S .,
luncheon was served and the ,
Ing. The first prize was won by Mrs. ,{I. ... -
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bridal party left at 2 o'clock on a J.'H..Deloneyttheconsolatton by Mrs. '

special -car'for Flomaton where"they tf Willie Ferguson, the lone hand by
took the fast train for St Louis and ,' I
' Mrs;=W. C. Walker and the booby by JEWELEDDEPARTMENT i
Kansas City. In the latter place they -
Mrs. C. D. Beyer.
win be the guests of some of the

groom's relatives. The kind you wantBlueThe
Mr. and Mrs. Manley will reside in best Is always the cheapestGet
Gulfport where the groom,is in busi- Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla.

ness-mm.. the Absolutely"Blue RibbonFlavor"pure go'twice as is far perfec-and Watches and Clocks. of every make and description. -
EXTENDED EUROPEAN TRIP. tion. Ask for the 25c size. We solicit your repair work-with a most cornmw",,!

.Misses.Anna and Ada-Rosasco-and. -, a watch maker. We satisfaction. '
petent guarantee e
I.+. ; Mr. Albert Rosasco, who have been f TUINGS'NW FOR ,
traveling In Europe during the summer .

are now en route to New Yorkon ,
the steamer Carmania, the followIng IJ I SWELL WEDDINGSTHE

wireless message having been re- r
ceived from them yesterday by Ret

, sasaco Brothers: -v.. ,, : --if:
"On board the steamship Carmania, LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN

off Nantucket Shoals November 10.- ,' .
Splendid voyage; off Nantucket today BRIDAL COSTUMES AND CER-
; Sunday at Waldorf-Astoria.
The Misses Rosasco, according FITTINGS.By

letters received, have had a most 'delightful CUT GLASS CHINA
time during their tour which
Included Italy Switzerland, France Beatrice Dowler.

i, and.England. They will probably remain New York, Nov. 10.-The October
in the east during: the winter, rush of weddings has brought with it
returning to Europe again next sum- a number of new developments In the

mer. matter of brides' and bridesmaids'
.;;;. tire, which have quite strayed out of
., the realm of conventionalities which
,4- ;; used to be inseparable from these
Mrs. :M. L. Surgl and family will functions. Picture weddings are"the .., -
leave on Monday for Pensacola, where order of the day, both brides', and which were carried out in white or
they will reside during the'winter. SMALL STR EET HAT bridesmaids' gowns and hats showingthe pale spring colors, the hats being
The numerous friends of Miss Sybil particular features which were trimmed with apple or pear blossoms, Monogrammed Stationery makes a dainty
Wheat will regret to learn that after The _drawing: shows one of the 'which was thrust under a buckle and supposed to attach themselves to the while gold baskets overflowing with Christmas Present for
spending a most delightful summer smart shapes in millinery, the'model II velvet bow. The buckle was in gilt portraits of the famous old masters! the same accompanied the toilettes.
with her aunt Mrs. Anson she will being In brown French felt, rolled up enameled In green and another touch In the matter of material too the Daffodil and primrose weddings were
leave next j-riday for Greenville Ala.. rather high at the left and trimmed of gilt was seen in the band of gold brides of to-day no longer adhere exclusively also high in favor, while in the A GENTLEMAN TO A LADY.
to make her home with Judge and : II that encircled the crown over a foundation to the conventional Du--month of roses the rose weddIng'was
Mrs. J. ,C. Richardson. with a bronze and plume
green coque band of brown velvet ribbon.
chesse satin, and chiffon, gauze, crepe paramount.
Misses Florence Davenport Cora tie chine and lace are frequently employed 'Send us your orders now so that they can be
Scarrftt. and Etta Rellly. who are attending Have the habit-I '
the Sacred Heart Academy"at Cullman-Ala;"are.delighted-with.the lena Eggart; Ruth Weeks, Beth Walton bridal the, t*construction" of the mean the you Nonpareil habit! Not Weillof -- executed, in ample time.. Samples and prices
school. Miss Reilly has the honor
Lola Lee Daniels Romane Lang-
standing highest in studies in the ford; Masters Clem Myer Victor Walton A very charmingscheme which has course you will after the twentieth. furnished. upon application. J. P. STEVENS
academy. .. ; been adopted is that, of a soft satin
The Ross Johnson.
Shoemen with ,
Reputation ENGRAVING
Mrs. WInthrop has'' located on the Empire gown veiled! with a lace over. CO.. manufacturers Society
Bayou for an indefinite period. Mr. II. P. NeWman.will.'leave this dress. &- bolero effect being: producedby WHAT A JOURNAL Stationery' Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Georgia.
Although the-Big' Bayou prettier morning for Montgomery and will return means of a latticework of orange
COL.LEGECUT': than Jt has been at this season for tomorrow with Mrs. Newman and blossoms 4 certain dignity Is givento
years it: is 'also mach: damaged .and baby who have been spending some the lace overdress''and the lace I
changed by the storm time,in Alabama's 'capital city. train, as well, by a.deep hem of soft .
S. ."" ..:,. satin, velvet silk, 'or. silver,tissue, and ONE ., DO'L.L.A.R.: : : .
RATHBONE SISTERSCIVE'SUCCESSFUL The many friends of Rev. H. S. this Is almost an* invariable accompaniment '
DANCE. Yerger who is -well known in this to a gown,-in,, any of the MYRTLE GROVE MAN SOLD HIS will buy fifty nicely engraved('visiting cards and plate, or
. The dance given by the members of city, where he was formerly-pastor of light fabrics. Wbltef' velvet emyroid-
Pensacola Temple No. 14, Rathbone I the First Presbyterian church, will ered In silver and gold has been worn FARM TO NEW YORK if you have, the'plate, 5c will do the job. During November

. Sisters, at the'CL-tC of A. hall Friday regret to learn that he suffered the by not a few brides of late, the fancyfor BUYER.An we.give free'with every $1.00 card engraving order a
BOOTS. night :was a '"very pleasant and suc- loss of his home and entire contents Florentine and Genoese designs
cessful affair The prize for the best I by fire: a few days ago. Rev. Yergerat being almost as': pronounced as the 2-quire box of fine fashionable writing paper and envelopes -

lady daqcer, a pearl-handled pen, was present resides in Barnesville, Ga. revival of the old-fashioned Frenchor illustration of the effectivenessof with your own monogram beautifully embossed on

An'' ideal Ladies' Shoe for phen awrded; and to that'Missy for Johanna the best gentleman Christho- Children There was of the a 'large. attendance of The English attention styles.given to- hairdressing. is afforded The Journal's in the advertising case of a columns Myrtle them. This; box always; sells at $1.20. .
'Confederacy at the I
dancer .a. handsome necktie was invests the coiffure with
nowadays an
this season of the A awarded ,to-lifrJas-:: home of Mrs. F. A. Moreno on Friday Grove farmer who used The Journal's COE'S 'BOOK STORE ZS.OUTH.ALAYOXST/Urr/
Smith. Miss
year. and the meeting greatly added importanceIn some cases the Want Ad page as a medium for ad- I 'Bnut ButUhig. ,.ho".2:15:
was enjoyedby
Lillian Soderquist was voted the most hair Is dressed in cluster of curls
midwinter his farm. The ad did not
vertising .1
style. those
A The roll 'call
style not .popular young'' lady-,..present, and was present; was oh the top of the::head a coronal of cost him more than $1.50 and he re
answered with
as low as an Oxford,.yet not awarded. a:,'box of candy.. Jefferson Davis interesting: The next meeting about orange blossoms being wreathed ceived a' great many replies to It. F. DAVIS
round it. Another still more 'favorite J.
One of these from a man JEWELERNew
replies came
Mr: Mrs. will be at Mrs. Moreno's the
high and : Jas. McHugh and little on second ,
as as a regular shoe. Friday in December. method Is that of adopting the' Rus- living in New York state and this ,
grandson James III, will spend today
sian tiara of massed orange-blossoms, Now in
the Florida farm. '
There man purchased
are two styles at and tomorrow in Mobile where
they visittheir daughter Miss Blanch, Mrs. H. J. Mackey left.Friday night which has' the effect of raising the Hundreds of people are using The Brent_ Building 23 S. Palafox StDEPOT
for her' veil in a most becoming manner off Journal's Want Ads month and
home in Knoxvllle Tenn., every
$3:50: Per Pair. who Is at school .In the Visitation _.
I where she will remain until after the the hair. The substantial bridal the moat of them are getting the -
Academy," '.J ." holidays. wreath which invariably was a tea finest kind of results. The advertising "

One a button, with dull Mr. and, Mrs.;}\\'. D. Yoorhees, of.. ture of the mid-nineteenth* century costs very little, and it is effective LOAN OFFICE.
Ohio, are. the-guests of their nice, A surprise party was tendered coiffure, is also popular, the hair be- to a striking degrees. The
tops, the other a lace, blucker Mrs' J. Marion Clutter, at 616 East Master Carl Hoffman on Thursday ing braided with a shower of ringletsIn Journal is read by everybody in Pen

cut ,with dull tops both"with Gadsden street 'hey: will spend the evening, the occasion being his thirteenth a manner, however which Is only sacola who amounts to anything and All .kinds. of repairing done on, Watches, Clocks

winter here on account of the health birthday anniversary. 11 The becoming to the few. 95 per cent of its readers are regu- Guns, Pistols, Highest price' paid for old\ gold. Money I
? military heels ,and welt soles: of _Mr.: Voorhees. surprise i was planned by Mrs. Joe Bridesmaids' attire has seen almost lar readers of its Want Ads. If you loaned ;
I .- I Villar assisted by Miss Maggie Mae more changes than that of the brideof haven't tried them as an aid to sell- on-personal property. We all kinds of
With a kite-shaped toe, the The New City Flinch Club will meet Kearney and Miss Bell Daniels, who late and even when the latter adheres Ing buying exchanging loaning Jewelry; both new and second hand.handle't forget.
;Tuesday at..3:80 o'clock with }Irs. C. presented him with a handsome cake, to the materials and styles borrowing, renting help-hunting, or _
-t edge extending! just beyond 'S, fionacker.x x .: bearing the date_of_his blrth and age. which have been In vogue for many for accomplishing any of the .other J'1' r Plcirnnnt THE WATCHMAKER,
the toe, strictly a swaggle n ; i years the bridesmaids as a rule are various 'desires of life or business, 11 Ii !'r1' '''Ifl -106 East WrigU Street.'
'I Rev* Henry Sweets, 0 Louisville is I more fancifully gowned. Veils and you should do so at once. .. V ? _

style,; an entirely new last, the,guest of the Presbyterian Manse Empire wreaths have to a certain extent ,- ... H U .
and he. will preach, at the First Presbyterian the wreaths beIng '
superseded There'.are
"The Best Is Nonpareils and
What We Sell" Nonpa-
both i in Patent'' Colt
styles church, at both the morningand
designed of 'gold berries and rails, but after November 20th the -t
the evening-services to-day. The leaves, with a veil of gold or silver of I
the best shiny leather made Nonpareil Nonpareils Will,make its
pastor, Rev?-Julian i;>. Sibley, is at. gauze, floating behind, or are carried initial, bow to a Pensacola audience.
lace style, $3.50. tending a, meeting of the synod at out in tiny button roses and forget.
I Tampa. -' t SOMETHINGThat me-nots tied at the side with a true- CiOOPER'SREMEDIES
$3.00' Per Pair. The regular-monthly.meeting' .-': of the I'J. I lovers' knot of bow of velvet In "Runyan's Rollers." I .

cases where the bride possesses a
Daughters .ofthe Confederacy will be
a Ladies' Shoes in Patent held 'With 'the president Mr ,A. E.MacDayld "flower" name, the wreaths are designed
Will Please the Taste in her name-flower with capital
310 West Gregory street ,
plain kids, lace and blucher effectOf
Tuesday, afternoon at 4'o'clock. .
all the fancies In the realm of '
?afi .. Try Your Hand :
cuts,. extension soles, half Invitations have,'been, issued- for the and -, ;bridesmaids'. dresses the "period" .
Cuban heels the best valuesin wedding sff. Miss.! >Alice" A. McLellan, costume is the most popular. Everything
of this eit|..and Mr John A.George, even to' the shoes and gloves At. Baking

town. of, DeFuniak, ,at 8: pi:, flL,:TtoT. 28 In Tickle Your Palate I must be strictly In accordance and,a .....----. 'Y
the, Firstr Presbyterian church.. I 1 train of some eight or ten' Empire and make sure of success .
.-1<},"a.; I fllles dhonneur. in the daintiest of I ,
Per Pair <<
$2.50 Miss Sallie ,E. Cummings, who has John Cam p ti bells Finest white and gold frocks with gold girdles .by' using '".-__ .J' ,WE. _. !: ,HAVE JUST RECEIVED
been confined to her lloine'for several their hair dressed in ,fantlstic '
.Misses' and young ladies' weeks by illness .Is' now able' to be Scotch Marmalade I loops and curls encircled with an Empire HENRY CLAY FLOUR I OUR SIXTH

S shoes in l lace and button out again Orange wreath of gold leaves-or, in lieu SHIPMENT. WE HAVE
js,.J5*jr ,
good heavy soles broad toes Mrs. li. S. Bernard, editorof this, Stone Jars 25 Cents of this Empire elaborate hats-their coiffure feet with shod immense The finest wheat that's I r'_<..f THEM NOW FOR THOSE*

department., is expected home the with gold sandals, and carrying tiny grown is used in making .,,:;;WHO WANT THEM.
with school l heels sizes 11/ first part of the week from Ocala, flowerfansinstead of
Pure Guavo J Jelly 25 Cents. Empire Henry Clay flour. It
where she.was called by the' Illnessof bouquets- make a picture which It ,
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to 4. her ,tatter. is absolutely and 4. .
would be hard
very to 'Improve upon. pure --- ---- '-
r- :'i'J. Ring us up and give us At a wedding which attracted a good .
is"recuperating yields the lightest whitest ,
a Come Take a Look; Buy if MlssG'\tInann from deal of attention. the bridesmaids '.
her Illness
.... 'of several weeks. all attired in early Victorian sweetest and most
?e. an order i.for some were ,
You Please.MEYER Miss -Cleo Johnson 'entertained anumber '-ilettes of white satin festooned with nutritious bread. WCi D'AIemberte
"of her'little friends very delightfully pink roses and ribbon. and wore
t : 'on' Thursday at her .home Breaths of the same finished wlpi
OB Jackson street. Delicious refresh- RosenauSGerelds long white veils their hair being
ments were ..served during the even- dressed in ringlets while they carried Sol Cahn & CO. '-

ing. ,Miss Cleo; was the recipient 'of little stiff bouquets of roses to "T' iXiiiist and
SHOE CO. many beautiful presents, testifying to I THE FANCY.GROCERS, correspond. ,:The Pun Food Stor*. ,

the esteem In which she is held by Equally popular with the "period"gowns Sttrtimwt CWMT Asides l sal lat..d. cia -
S her many frtesds. Those present 116. "SOUTH 'PAA LAFOX. ST. are hose which carry out some 121 SOUTH 109'i
FEET FURNISHERS FOR'FOLKS were: 'Misses ,Ruth Wdles Ethel idea 'of the season and during the Phon.. f US i''I I\ ..- '
I Quina,:Maryand; Nora Caro Anice Phone 3911ii'iiiiiiiiiiiii i. early 'spring some of the prettiest I --.... .-- ... .

4 Ifl*, SOUTH PAUFOX'STREET and.Irma-Oliver,-,Haggle. Chanel, Se- ,.bridesmaids' dresses were those .-

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i land and teodlag herds. Briefly, I.take on a mat.- ::h before' long.; They

: "IK[ LIFE"Survivors l I Ic they The vlffeln UttotveA! ea_MIL rice to?lead collapsed the simple after!Heion a! TORs5UR[ [ T ma have purse before'to will show he have tHe-tfis the bs Ryan away ring'the and up mazu-the the STill HERO .1.1t.1t

.comjarattTW short period. Herr thousands before, 'lommy strikes a
Lutzew aid Herr _lhadt> died of blow, Ryan has always been about .1I
brought on try the combined !one of the shrewdest 'money-getters floTEil
jdteejksa TOMMY RYAN N NSan litr'the fighting [
FAILS wesuws of tujjiipnn'i' resulting from inadequate game.
clotting! and exhaustion I Ryan's weight terms may possibly OFBERMANYi
caused ty b adeQnata diet. The philosopher be too'high, for'a'bout with Thomas I
Herr Bextmaa, was murdered a as the' latter la a legitimate welterweight -
natives. At toy;rate. Curley will lay i
l No Longer Burn I Herr by Rebaohn and the remaining Francisco Sports Tryingto the proposition'before Tommy. Just Astounding Act of Brigandage l! 'i
at present Ryan is on his Michigan il
a t f
'colonists then abandoned their task
" With ZeaKo I&e Close ad fled Hi tospalr'back to, civilisation. Induce Him to :Re- farm'taking life easy and counting up Brings Fame to a ,
+ the coin he made on.his peach crop {

enter the Ring. this-. year. Cool Scoundrel.Special .
to Nutu ":' Tommy has been out of the fighting
r LIGHTHOUSE BREADnone game for many months His last fight
.',. Special to The JrfumaL was with Jack O'Brien at Philadelphia
Special n yrprnaLerltp to The Journal.
'1 $ No '. W.rAn! attempt made genuine without the San Francisco Cal, NOT. 10.-San over the six-round cours Berlin'Nov. 10.-The bogus guards' p I
-aath label. Pfeiffer-'s Steam Bak Francisco fight promoters are trying
(Ibi'I* group of is paint* CARD OF THANKS. captain who succeeded in raiding the
IslmB their hardest to resurrect Tommy
to a
.e9 an* pfcHosoj&ow: Town Hall of Koepenich carrying off
?} U&5" cfitonj? to:,, $e'Island of K*: ery. Ryan the peach grower and are using ,The mother and family of the ate and placing the mayor under
,lY&on, one of the German possessions their best efforts to drag the Hon. Chas. M. Coston profoundly appreciated the$1,250 arrest of German troops is still

2i!htlnaft-d the Btsxaarfc A chlpejego.failure.has ter. w..liatCaueee. Dreue.. champion Now that back another into the native ring..son has r attentions the of many loving friends regard during and kind his the hero in Germay.He Over 2,000,000 Bank Note Cigars sold inWest Florida in 1905
In dteaatreus
cotton dfcesses tie color for the
r I 1 were Ib nashipg: made good'on the Pacific coast in the last illness; and, in this hour of sorrow commands
The leadens t Its
+; ql ejiterntfse raj be'se t-by dlssofetog three gills of of Joe Thomas, the 'Frisco have been comforted and consoled coolness ana courage which enabled
'bdn4f+ftn, Herr'Luftfcw. aa aalhor I person in the twentieth cen- Frank Pensacola Fla. i
in ur-c4najta of h t water. Letthe him to commit Reilley Agent
; HefrE&taan sajt fight trust is looking up suitable opponents beyond'words to express by
,Etrr pnsBZnardt, a: pBSosaphar.. astounding acts
.' w.:11'jt ttfe water until tury one of the most ,
and a paKrter, Heirr die b- } 41 for the Claifomia fighter: th tributes love and respect to his recorded. The
other cold In'twjiVajrtheAsoloA will not Jack Curley who, is a close friend memory. They gratefully return of brigandage ever
by -
'iChll. who were a xxxopanlei shall be
I he
Ituthnstastjs! burning w\ b. zeal to,sta/t f d. These garments sheuld< be of Tommy has received a wide from their heartfelt thanks to the three Kaiser has informed ordered by that telegraph with ..............N4tN.H0.N.NtN....................
life afresh udder conditions approxi- rtoCSd on the wran' ;"dde. ,This will do Billy Roche, of the Cclma (CaU Club, orders Knight of Pythias, Eagles and kept fully .
; : the adventure.
moat close}? to nature. ID c1f.amw.t4oI1. ) l .flwhness.Use. asking to find out the terms under I Elks who were most unremitting and regard that
Tfcacolomtetg named,tbemBMtv the .ftqtliln\ "ittaU. wlll7l; >apart gloss, asthat which Ryan would accept a match I kind' in their attentions-and also to 'i they The have Hamburg evidence police which leads themto i SEASONABLE FURNITURE FOR iiTHANKSGIVING
'iron of theft Ajirother to with Joe Thomas on ThanksgivingDay the other dear friends who sent beau
Brothers to token 18-toepOT&4$ way believe that the robber is a Ger-
tiful flowers
''Ire! (a,enjoy permanent sun takes by wafh delR&9 A fight between Ryan and Thomas one. '
.fieplhjg as possibly Adam's of unseat : swindling. : .
muslins isto tttfetnoi quarts times arrested for petty
[.tistume for dally use. ,Moreover bras te.hgnt S sbrt water tat tool, may be scheduled, as Ryan announced MRS CHAS. M. COSTCX.GUESSING. The supposed captain, who wore;it I ,
of to a number of friends in New.York howls the tithe to furnish the din
\iLuifow and Herr Ecgelharot died gjtrallLand' en, tai la place 01. seal the uniform of the First Regiment of .
"! his last visit that he has been .
primitive man by eating. exclusively Wash as racal ndt rinse twice fa cold I on gradually getting into fine shape and Infantry Guards accosted a detach: ing room. Now is the commencement -
;Inl1tS. and feed.Their J-- .
traits so bacK
( when marching
of soldiers
f labor' consist of"tttlmgL: water; if he saw the coin in sight he would An Indoor Game In Which There. I. ment from drill to barracks in Berlin, and of the season for entertaining I ,

Plenty of Pun. directed them to follow him saying he friends, and nothing adds more to V
A party of boys and girls may have ordering'
carried an imperial welcome than well-furnished
a good deal of fun in playing toil him tp.effect important arrests. I I the a
game. .The first thing is to select <>n* I When the military detachment oc- dining'room. V
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:> $Ar. : V of.then their,to blindfold number as him the and"guesser"give him and a gathered cupied the naturally town hall attracted a large by crowd the I I Dining Tables $6 to.*. . . . . . $25 00 T "

i = walking stick to serve as a wand. I sight of soldiers with fixed.bayonets j,Z Sideboards, ... . . . . . $65 00 t,

The other players now forma circle guarding the'omcials doors.of One Koepenick'of the principal also- ,i Chairs 75 cents or.. :. ... . . . $5 00 f
at the piano police I
around him, and some one
,strikes np the air of some familiar appeared the scene and demanded : China Closets up to . .n. . . $ 75 00 :
which the soldiers refused, .
entrance .
holding eachother's "
song Then the players tireate&lag to shoot him down if he I I
,j I hands, begin to march: or dance attempted to pass them. 'rtiey stated .i BUYNOWPAYLATER. i
f around 'the guesser an 'singing the they had strict orders to exclude all

1 1PIF. song. persons from the building. Ii
1I I I Suddenly the piano stops and all the When the hero robber heard that MARSTON A QUINA, i
players In ,the circle stop singing and the police superintendent was before:
I,stand perfectly silent and stilL Then the door, he summoned him and told II
the guesser points with his,wand and !him. the required assistance.The I K>MKS.Palaf 9x St. Phone 149. Fcnsacola, Fla. i

..".'.-- ( ; ;----_ ------__ _____u__ 0. ,. the player and catch at whom hold it,of points Its other must end.advance ::was' completely superintendent duped like stood all the others all at-I It.o.4.MM-...MIMMM. .M ...M.t.M...MtM...MM li

sound tention an ; The then imitates the ;
[[ .ArJ tFTIPR. guesser
DR. to
Our food .tft i animal, andthe player tain's orders proceeded
was I good-Beaf 4 / of some bird or i
BADE THIn$llAT j.: .. : holding. the other end of the wand them
stem flapjacks
fresh bread etc., sound trying to !i
the same
must.make BREADnone
tut nothing seemed to warm and males Ae ariaetna easy. Codce Ion t*'Itntjty .. disguise his or her voice so as not to be LIGHTHOUSE WOOD FIBRE PLASTER i
fl>gthen mucH of I coffee afar bone ground cr when expend to aLe air, Identified. The guesser may make genuine without the
j us
as as a cup
AR10SA Never buy loose coffee out of a bag three'trials of this kind and If not successful label. ''"Pfeiffer's Steam Bak 1. ,
the Coffee, which we kept'b bin or tin. If it were good the roaster .' in telling who the player Is he I for..,plastering walls. It makes a good, even ,

origami Package and ground as would not be ashamed to sell it in a may touch him with the end of the ery. and',smooth'surface-one third fibre two- ,
teeded. Tally about roUt d freshcUy .the and there but the player
from.amtkman cow i.Betl.lrs.M with his : wand here 1 .r
: package it.
name on stand on tiptoe to deceive Sdhool To-morrow NightThe .
crouch or Danc'ng
lJa' ARIOSA was aLe Ent routed way to get a:cup. .of Coffee: that tastes 'The gala d Ad-lb.ARlOSAa_t6.a of elf may as to his height dancing'school of Miss hole 'I i

ixlat colee,-packaged fwth.c swneratx Eke coffee; with aB the delicious flavor for the ocW and packaged CM*edge lea eombaeL, h...bat., .'. II, IT the the guesser guesser calls the right name bfoot: wfil meet at C. K. of A. -Hall sand.Saunders
you you
tctioa and the of icJedegg. his in the circle Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Company
ttr!! pores eadt'berTJ and aroma intact is to buy MuclIes If Jour: grocer won't supply,write to- the player takes place Mill ,
roam with fresh and with the
to again
tp th sugar ARIOSA and gm4 it M want to ', and the game begins Every medicine advertised in this 717. 21 fait GarJwt Strsa!.
you the Phone. .:
and ARBLOCLE BROs. taDs to
dear m male the coffee side j new guesser. If he guest will be_ found at the Crystal .
an uickly. Use It. w....."> .We, 'dnelap t die L.a sadV NnrYotG t* j'.Y I name the game'goes on vntU h. sue, paper Pharmacy, lwj

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III tiI ti .., \ ;d .Clever Design for a

1 OYrsaozE g \\ 2P' Carriage and Evening

lie Newest lodes in aBlaze o } : Wrap.Where ,

of GloryLux-
one does not belong to the very

urious Elegance in the ... Ta' i tSRRbea 4es first flight of'fashion and a single wrap
( of dressy design must needs do duty both!

Wraps and Gowns; ttt1 t. ,," j q CLy, as a carriage 'and an evening wrap the

subject of the Illustration herewith wCi

Chapeaux 0{ the Picturesque present many suggestive Ideas. The material

., Is one of the satin-faced broadcloths

Order- Furs, a tt that the French term a drap de

'C satin, or a satin cloth so high Is the
Feathers and When one comes to consider the realm x t tr4
Jewels luster of Its surface. Such a faint chad
of the Infinite
tailormade.the variety
w\ of pink la used In this that It presents a
Real Laces Lavishly of styles tint the tailor presents beginsto / yellowish tint In some lights, and this b

he a bit bewildering. There Is absolutely 1 ICf3 A cleverly emphasized In the use of prom

Used. 11'0 one model or class of models U LYzeTZz velvet In the form of bias folds for a

that may: I lop said ,to reljm.: One sees: short :z7d 1yjW; a4a YY .A qwa/ ',M, > trimming effect

etons. both loose and flU I'd. There are To a shallow shoulder yoke, which Is
Every chop In 1'eYork, from tbe
the smart little pony jackets that are capable and
zL4cs Y with cord passementeries
great department stores that cater to all I P >)?r t '42aa't sxa k ?f w.t incrusted
of infinite variation. Short coats of I of velvet the coat Is shirred both
tastes and all classes of trade to tbe exclusive I Inlays
empire persuasion too. are evident: back and front tbe cut being somewhat
specialty shops where an Introduction -
Is almost a necessary preliminaryto while as for the lone coats, one sees them dI ii Ilroa'c'Sa. of a circular design so that It falls la

of all shapes and sizes and lengths. fitted folds that Increase In fulness until the
a purchase all are wakened up to
scmlfiltod and loose and everything hem Is reached. Tbe length Is calculatedto
concert pitch and to unwonted efforts in
connection with tbe forthcoming horse in this line, from a redingote that displays come almost to the feet In front, and

Show. tbe figure! accurately to a burnous there Is a slight dip towards the back to

that envelopes it in soft and mysteriously train of the skirt
that tbe outline of tbe
Tbe horse show has come to be I Vs
disguising! folds. Is extremely in '. \
as tbe first public function where is observed. The sleeve i
The that attends the plain cloth Is Introduced a
vogue and the novel sling effect
dress in all of Its charming elaborationcan
be studied at will and at leisure. oat topping a plalded skirt seems bound The Evening band of velvet carrying oat this piquant!
; to continue If one is to Judge by tbe effect
One of the
sees every grade, every rang '
niimlier; that are to lw displayed during r The accompanying gown Is In fpans'rftufline ;
social ladder represented: and the Downing
tbe coming weeks All sorts of pretty combined with encmstatu. ireal .f
the music the excitement that U Toilette.Some
though BolK-r.' shades In1' broadtfsth:: or In Chantilly lace, tbe whole posed m
but barely suppressed tbe entire mise en s.
velveteen arc employed for tbe coat and white chlffcn and white pen de wine!
scene Is one to awaken the keenest faculties of
the skirt plaid repeats the coat color In The chapeau has a rounded. Cat crown
of observation on tbe part of those sealskin a brim of princess lace. sad ':r
who go tbere to see rather than to be its dominant note. steep cache peigne In tbe back I II
seen Some of the fitted coats are really a Exquisite ,Effect trimmed with a frothy ruche of stile:
trifle suggestive of horse and jinMt use. -
Dut to tbe Initiated In New York It Is mallnette.
Charming: ('tHltw1"It 11. a most elaborate Gowns Are Cut Less
In the ;
shops. In the dressmakers' ateliers. :
waistcoat Inserted to take away tbe Dress Seta, They Call Them.
In the semiprivate showrooms of tbe great : slight reproach of masculinity, are affetted '
Low Hats Are Con- That accessories make tbe costume 'If e
milliners that tbe first glimpses; of horseshow i by same of the cleverest and most h'r
finery U: sought. From far and from i fastidious dresser They reproduce much Is little doubt No matter what tbe cow

near representative grandes dames make of the effect of the masculine cutaway; sidered Correct With Flux may be It needs the proper accessor '.

It a fixed date upon their social calendarto i: but the glossy cloth tbe smart waistcoat Z G set It off and add as It were the fit.! :-',>*

>> visit New Votk during: horse show and the use of elaborate trimmings make Evening Dress at the touches none of which accomplish -1'
it an essentially feminine production end r"sr
so effectively as those smart
week at least and the of
: purchase finery
The chiffon velveteens, and even corduroys Snow 's
s ts" of II'r
comprised scarf and muff
for such occasion is
: an Important usually are on view ID some charming
III IIICZZ.FER all the smart shops are now dull:: i;>-
postponed until arrival In the metropolis? sha/les. For the younger generation they
To the favored few the dressmaker and lire vastly liked in sensible colorings: It Is after tbe lamps are lit to use tbe .ZJ .zyft/.R Of These come la coq: ostrich and mar <"''

modiste will! display the triumphs of their I hrai.I..1Itb several widths of tressed old-fashioned phrase, that beauty and Exquisite Materials and the latter being softer and fluffier f.-..

skill; prepared for this or that well- strands, from a frontnone up to a fonr,Inch fashion put on their most alluring guise. C9RRlAG2r a 2 z with the ostrich are priced same "
known social width. Plaid braids end! favor here and For the dinner and afterwards Dame WRAP higher than the coq.: but the effect ash>
light; and "prepared expressly
".Is II in the darker'colored costumes they show Fashion has prepared some of tbe most Costly Trimmings.A repays the expenditure, and they U' aIn
tha horse show you know.
1 up to delhtrol'adTintage.; : fascinating gowns and wraps that ban the least perishable as one might ?"'-
usually the accompanying phrase. I.uncbepo. Is .flnJje! en Important fnno< I _fJ Inc. That of the picture shows a oj
shown themselves for
Elaboration run riot tersely end sun: tin* fcjrji;* thei'nor5e\ivfS' and as an many seasonss.Spangled be a haphazard or a blt-or-mlss effect attached the scarf,of whit marabout some tlllO u'hJftyard : ..

elnctljr,.' expresses they leading feature oq adJ irniiK3iitil:! o-h;;*Garden Is always en nets so closely covered with There Is absolutely, no hint of waning :Parisian Tailor-Made two-inch ,full straight! .s klrtnbe.neat1h. a,. ; In length marked B-*' aid

the coming mode; and yet. It speaks rol- resle; afterward!'!; fe gowning for the paillettes that the foundation to which favor where velvets are concerned. The ribbon belt showing a design la coda |t Tr rq with little tufts ef brown< Irs

times for our ho-e -mrai-ers that' ir.MJay ,meal. .Important. The more they are sewn Is hardly suspected much chiffon weaves are dellghfully varied by BY PERDODX. embroidery In' soft pastel shades. and the square pfllow muff with I Ito ',w'of

they almost Invariably keep veil within cldhorate'styles prevail In tbe afternoons. less seen; embroidered nets and tnlllnes the Introduction! of molred markings, by The tailor-made gown fills a niche In 'The skirt 'shirred several times below white satin and Interlining of pr ,'.-
.1 Carriage cloaks. and toilettes are much that seem so airily fragile: that a .single this belt and above tbe hem, which comes haircloth to give the necessary nody .-lt>
artistic even while: pushing extravagance Peking stripes by "coin spots discs crescents even tbe most modest wardrobe that cannot -
to be. seeru and tbe charmingextrava- mlgbt\-end their within a few inches of oot added weight Is likewise a:-iV
real the
to Its farthest efforts.! This Is wearing usefulness cubes and other devices Introduced well be filled by any other type of the floor., two wide with "
mode lace the brown. *
gances that ,characterize the current to malinettes bands In a"delicate The bat which
a phase of tbe art sartorial for which disclose\ .themselves here perfection. laces appltqued filmy 'and In tbe weave. dressmakers art. Whether tbe dress allowance Inserted these .cream shade are with this set and costume of a champ-'P"

the Parisians are renowned the world Chiffon velvet. In' delicate shades and posed over' a sheer chiffon. make one Some charming robe designs as those be a hugely extravagant one. or turning..tbe' corners of the voile elaborately encrusted with
over; but they will have to look sharply colorings :appears to" an added advantage Imagine that the bold design of lace were woven ready to mount are termed are to tbe slender sum that demands much fronts and renting np to the bust line, 'hand-embroidered. Is a Jaunty tleh T"W .

to their laurels If our own artists In when associated with a picturesque cbap- without other foundation. Each are -the be seen In tbe sheerest of chiffon failles thought and still more forethought to Its losing themselves beneath a Jabot of lace., narrow brim sailor of rich brown (.I' II

dress continue to pursue the path they eau and dainty ostrich or marabout boa. effects that are most favored of fashion those showing border designs wrought In pending, the tailored production Is one which Cascades from the neck over tbe that soft pliable quality which char ..'

have so successfully ck d' 'out for Tbe' muff:..ens !suite. Is usually 'carried too; and of their richness and charm one has velvet that. woven on the silk with an that cannot very well be reckoned without bust A charming: feature, and one wbkh Izes the felt shapes of tbe season r. "

themselves not.for' $lth but rather for: !lPIK'ar-_ but to see to understand. extra deep pile. *o that It reflects the stamps the coats as truly Parisian! U tbe Is a box-pleated riche of brown ;. .'

ances. The greater part or these: dainty Quite'a' line-Is presentedln- tbe light In a marvelous manner. Floral An Capuchin hood of the ,velvet about the t'ron. and a huge bun
Illustrations l1nedItb
that clever
Tbe smart extremely
accompanythis compromise be-
Utjl .lI1uJT otlIy the best of them are patterns foliage. Greek key design of brown coq feathers curling upward
are, many of them, the'wort'offamous decolletage. Some"memben of smart twixt tbe warring factions In tailor-mades the ermine shaped so extend .
page fashioned
large-are minus the usual more or less Intrlcateoeas bands that downward Is posed on the left brimto
Parisian-boWW'I, and yet- would dow '.1I8I g.Bf* that they are really quite society are noted for their extremely low simulate graduated rows of velvet ribbon Is effected In tbe model of Perdoux that down over the front la long narrow re the backA high cache pelgn-

task an expert to distinguish between the nitcble'tor present .a* well a* for future decolletage. which they wear 'whenever bowknots and festooned devices are appears bere. On tbe one band the demand vers. The sleetea-are fell' and stirred la back lifts the hat off the bead at

jrodnct of the best houses of Paris and* use. r occasion offers eves the slightest excuse all favored. Elderly ladles and tbe of the plain and severe almost masculine cud effect at the elbow, from which point point and tilts It smartly forward '

those of equal standing-la .New-York.- {n, stroaz._ contradistinction to the or opportunity. But of such neither younger. set of matrons are taking to mannish, effects of Is observed In the slightly a circular frill lined with shirred white trimmed with loops of brown velvet J-
cut tbe '
coat while tbe
gowns of, the morning sessions. those ofthe Indeed those with enthusiasm: and for dinner : exigencies chiffon falls boa and two amber cabacbons.
Tile smart set of New York deem the. fashion nor good taste approve. of the dressier type known as the over ,a wide fall frill of
borse a sufficient excuse for' presence at afternoon. are fshlonedTlth the for tbe debutante what one mlbt'term and theater costumes they assuredly pre deml-tallleur. make themselves apparent cream repoosse'lace, matching the skirt Some Dainty Accessories
skirts en tralne.: and there U: usually amore sent an air of luxury that Is charmingly
the Garden-as Madison Square Garden or Jess transparent. top to the corsage merely a round neck la the correct thing combined with,a service ability that one ID the richly braided waistcoat, the embroidered insertions and tbe front There Is 'f
( referred to-at sea- and her elders in the social circle are limited buttons and tbe extreme, though m S evident a very, strong
te habitually every Lace Is abundantly used on tbe does not often find in such combination. for chiffon velveteen the of U'
clod! morning afternoon and evening. later styles In corsages, and band embroideries to a .decolletage that. Is but a mere Hand-painted chiffons as they are graceful fatness of tbe skirt. younger section of on society part caper '

Tile morning session attracts the owners 4a bold and well defined patterns trifle lower. called although they are. In truth 'the The vogue that attends! tbe combinationof Hints of the Coining those who hate to accomplish their <.
decorate both bodice and skirt. best bib and tucker Is highest of French printing- plain and p la Wed goods Is observed In I
of exhibits naturally and since there One's no longer a very type tbe tonal aims and ambitions upon a .t::>
are more' women exhibitors this year Several: novel materials that la they mere phrase. They are both of them'actual come likewise In the bordered effects chiffon use of broadcloth a smart shade for of sapphire blue I divas allowance. To such a pitch of -.
s are novel this year-are being pushed and tbe clever touch of ,Neck that the tbe coat and a Modes.Cascade
fection bro
have the manufacturers :r
before la bound to see : realities brought to light once moreIn
than ever one plnlded broadcloth In which this .
'man same
1 by ). One Is poplin which we hare Parlslenne so universally affects is so this velveteen "
same lespised
same smart gowning of the tailor-made had several the historical line that tbe: present most delI- color Is tbe dominant tone for the skirt onre
times before but It always deftly Introduced Into even the It often take more than a passing :cl'>=: '
order at the ringside before noon. Tbe lit- cornea "back with some new feature to modes are pursuing. At tbe first. ,sad cate of those that admiration Is compelled Tbe Utter Is further enhanced by an over- highly of lace are to be even to distinguish It from Its much more

tie tots of the schoolroom and tbe nnr- commend itThe late ones, however are passing glance tbe low-cut bodice seems plaid effect In a black satin stripe, which than 'farcied It ,the .modes to come pcnstv tousle the' chiffon silk *l>tl

cry, too come to see the little Shetland seen ,Mostly In sober If not sombre colorIngs daringly low. but modesty hi appeased In ,One sees many of those long-oat serves to block out the squares of soft vogue they. f the are at pruent.'vlIt. with the All the bloom! and softness of ccare :
poises! and the banters and saddle horses ; and velvet is usually the garniture the tucker of mallnette that Is fastened bodices In connection with gowns that bide coloring. No touch of the plaid appears they Wattean or F.mpire'Leck_ there, and'when contrasted w' '

from tbelr own stables and the little' selected for thU_ colleen poplin when Into tbe armslze! and drawa.softly across: are intended for formal wear
t -irt...*os of the future display some fashioned lor: the elder members of so the front to be fastened either the center most of them of the empire faced: with black ratio, and bands of tbe cat styles are becoming.f only to very differ tare,.all of the pretty effect of tie! '

Binirj loess as to how the 10onerlf'ner.: ciety. Chenille embroideries..too, appearon or at one side with tbe.most appco- sloe conspicuously shor. penut-1 I came the coat serve skirts to make a border all arouud rode of l laetdown, mild socf-figure-tbe cas expensive fabric Is gained and *H''. uj
al u
e tile: dVtjtvs! of fashion are followed. two of Irish crochet Is quite appropriate.The box of madame affords of boufl'anq'tbat accompanied this design For in the softening effect that ls fetching One of the new blues a Men d'ad '

Julius by what one famous Frenchwoman ,. short sleeve and the long glove As for the bib shapes-they are Jetoo. in tile days of its earlier introdnction Evening Appearance new skins extreme. TaMier. fronts on tbe or steel blue Is shown contrasted '
who raters exclusively to children still maintain for dressy: purposes; but In Since they afford delightful opportunity ,,baa disappeared and a closer adherence bib* petticoat effects, bevette or a bleu d'arjeirt or silver blue e'
U putting forth the little ones are to l.*. morning gowns they are being replacedby for variation and originality small wonderIs to historical accuracy now prevails There Is a distinct air of quiet elegance, loudly upon for the bo- e to. all.of. tboKe :call '.' merveileax.! Tbe Uttle blouse of an

gotten up more- gorgeously this year thaw the more sensible and suitable fuU It that fashion and the dressmaker As for the wraps that are to aCC9m- In -tbs! evening wrap of a delicate apple scheme.of. :some soci- '*leslsa"la: :*e over, Valenciennes U strapped wit
they have Ix-ru for sometime. Not that length arm covering, Transparent half alike hare welcomed them enthuslaatlraU pany those 'artistically gorgeous gowns green'shade of velveteen which The !elabora t1 a., 5 'f f Z: *> folds of the velveteen cacti upon s':;;
there Is hint .. at overeUbo- sleeves that match the :yoke or corsage continued of' and fluffiest variety. expresses net top facts are pArtlcolartj\ good :
any r attempt ly. In strict keeping with the they are the fullest Itself in lineal In (his wider ones of the satin to dells-:
ration or overdressing. It Is merely that top In materials and make display themselves vogue of the separate waist or'corsage The bevette or 'bib designs are every tbe garment. Fashioned coneediou.tsiser the top can' be effect. The,short and loose Eton alas
cut off
oo some of the of this where '
Madcme I Is making use of more exquisitefabiics. gowns, especially those pretty of afternoon de the bib that Is fashioned from-the skirt carried to an extreme here and shaped I beautiful lustrous material It be narrow' the cacra'de' Is supposed to a puff of satin bowing out from a Kscape = -

more costly: furs. more real lace I ihlne ---hlct U MW offered la what crepe areknown material-be It menr,1' the veriest hInt or tabliers that fail! from the shoulders, to depends little upon elaboration In tbe way ing -wltboAf the least interfere effect of tie velveteen; wbi'e: 1.r:

and hand embroideries! upon the garments as tailor weights-ottoman, mar suggestion of iuchwiU"sene to mold round. np at .the slit side seams, -acd J I of trimmings'for added beauty. The em tbe FltbLjtt Increasing bfaafy.otiaejdeaign. and skirt Is one of those extremely fulcular *
of her little clients than she was wont" -IUI'ux-another that. Is resurrectej the two parts Into harmony and effect carry any number of tiny pllss plre'mode Is attractlvelv carried out by a ; widtha' k descends Is affairs that demand deep and ; a' pr lift j- f'.t I ''' !'".' .. .. ',- ? ', .' aeeamplleb\< with softness where this *.
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1 VifltSO t Parker Reese CQ.I THE EARLY DAYS ,; CLOSING--SALE : _. 41'

s.I I Jack Gilmore, Once a" Terror ,,:. Everything in this Store Goes'at and BELOW COST. I tl i

J W HATEVER else you do; don't fail to see our new '>;> To, All Indian Ter Sale continues until everything is gone. jt f fd

CLOAKS and SUITS in our Beady- -Wear ritory. ,

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department-.second! %:floor., Style, quality i good:: J FINALLY. BETRAYED. FOR ARE. %. r 1
"WARD'AFTERJ FIERCE BATi-LE :10 New Domestic The best machine

[[OJ looks. Everything worth having,, can, be seven IN IN, THEIR WHICH CHECKS SIX 'DEPUTIES-STORY'PASSED OF AN Sewing. Machines at t i made--notedfor light i !

in the show
; you. > OLD 'TIME FRONTIERSMAN.. actual cost running.
"The coolest display of nerve It was" -
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Tallulah L. T., a.short tune after the I

SHIRT WAISTS SKIRTS war,-.when the country was 'a howling-
Wilderness and the entire population was
Lot of nice Lace Curtains and below '
made up 'of soldiers, government agents, at cost.

| Black Satin and Colored Handsome line of medium bad men I. "gamblers will neve'r and forget Indians for, the and reason theIncident Bedroom Suits, Sideboards Hat Racks Chiffonieres and


'- Madras ..- .. -.. :'50c, priced Walking Skirts, Q mernOry that'seat it was and Indelibly won't stamped wear off on, even my Couches, also a nice line of Reed and Oak Rockers Straight

it,h:should reach the years. of. Methusefrfe ,
| White and figured Madras 75C would be hard to .find j *' .' Chairs Sofas Dining Tables Lamps Toilet Sets Pictures

,J.'IT. Ellington a man who has made ,

j White and figured, Mercerprice range $2.75 to $12.00. I several':fortunes in stockraislng; and who I Wardrobes Iron Beds Mirrors Clocks Cots Centre Tables

in over forty years of life on the western< ,

ized Madras $1.00 Black Voile Skirts '$10.00 plains,' has encountered the real strenu- Ten rolls of )
-. .. ous Aide of things in this city some days! etc. Japanese Matting at cost., Three Felt j

ago sat talking with, several acquaintances -
I These waist al, i V l t YUH j ; $Jo $15.00. in the lobby of the Commercial Mattresses at cost.

> %. # i.l hotel says the New Orleans ,Picayune -' ,:ii! .
I y als and extremely good values Ladies and Misses Crav-. and,Mr. Ellington proved a star attraction '.. 1'1'
in a line of stories that had real Lot of Baby Buggies and Go-Carts at a sacrafice? Two loads BooSisand

for the prices quoted enette Coats $5.00 to $30.00. Interest; in them.
1 "There was a wild harum-scarum chap Writing Desks. A few pieces second-hand furniture at your own price.
named Gilmore ck' Gilmore-who made
.Tallulah his in the troublous a b
headquarters .
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'. period days,'* Mr.following, Elliiigton' the-plunged dark secession into his Come early and get your pick. Look for sign: "CLOSING-OUT L SALE." I

We have just received a shipment of our fancy ": uckskin" yarn,. leaning back in rocker: and puff-I ;;.
black "and Gilmore
ing-4t a cigar was

Black Taffeta 36 inches wide for $J.OO yard it simply oneof- the great obstacles to' law' and .
per order. as I recall it. Fisher
Cattle Rustler. and Road Agent. Furniture House

has no equal for wear. "He'd'come t<>. the. territory from 'the

state of Arkansas after Lee's surrender .

A SILK CLEAN and. t.wasn't long, efore'he let the quiet .
Up.1 I ones know that he was in the land of '
the'living for a\bad purpose. "'Gilmore I: Phone 983. 138-140 E. Intendencia Street.Ing. .

I A mixed, lot of silks, fancy and plain, your choice of any Iorgan'3?d served raiders, if I-am'land not under mistaken such'with a I

of these at J-2 the original selling price. teacher as that'intrepid Instructor it's e- .
not to be wondered at that he had learned .
Gilmore when sentence was passed,
We will show a New and Complets line of Art Squares to regard forget for fear danger an<\-to'have_ an utter dis- drew himself Up, folded his arms across Thanksgiving
his broad chest and made a speech worthy -
"Gllmora was; tall and heavy with
01 a Robert EmI et.
week.WATSON ,
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light brown'hair' and clear-cut rugged
: "He did not attempt to defend his lawless i
'J : face. He tried: his hand first at cattle
course but bitterly arraigned the
p rustling and I-,,.along with many others, United[ States 'government for having Footwear
h suffered from.'Ws,>-aids,, But cattle rust f
forced him to a'desperadoe's life by tak-
ling wasn't Altogether to his liking, as he
: ing from his-.people' they had. He 1
PARKER is credit5f wlttftsaying that he did not
F & REESE CO. denied the right-of the military court to
care to round npjthe poor beasts for the
try him and he begged as a last boon
butchers and finally, with six other des- THANKSGIVING will be here Thursday, the 29th. h
I.e that the Court change the mode of deathto
! Li "EVERYTHING TO WEAR" peradoes, he branched out into the road )
: agent business. be 'meted out to him and allow him Strutting Turkey will then cease to strut, for
to die before a firing squad.
"Stage coaches, caravans and mounted he's to be "
going dressed.
-- "H J manner as h. spoke was so Im-
a 'I,' : "- I travelers were."his"(victims and.he soon
''I i terror the preestee'and his plea so eloquent that Until then it will be "Foot
became a >,ver entire.t country- the court granted his request and the .. Dressing" with us. We've
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sidej! To GilmarVar credit it must be
I order'was given to shot him at sundown choice Shoes of exceptional
a Holy Communion.?''l:30 p. m. All Scan- East. Hill Baptist Church-- llth Avenue said that the man, 'although crack beauty that any pair of feet
j dinavians cordially invited.Presbyterian.. and Chase street-Rev. J. W. Senttrfit, shot took life only in..self-defense. and just outside the town. would be t
proud to "strut" in.We've
pastor. Sunday School at 11 a. m. "At 4'o'clock two lines of infantry .
11 led Church Services his order to his men always was: 'Steal
>> .., Preaching every second and fourth Sun- formed and Gilmore erect and indifferentto
lh First Presbyterian Church-Rev. Julian meeting day at 11 every ay m.Tuesday and 7:30 night p.- m.:at Prayer 7:30 all you 'can, but don't,- shoot unless you' his fate was placed! in the center of the styles worth "Gobbling" up at prices to be '
S. Sibley pastor. 11 a. m. have to.
ttn and 7:30 p.m..- Sunday School at 9:30 a. o'clock. Battle With Ten Officers. the troop and the march to the placeof "Thankful" for, but remember. please that
( m. Christian-Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. West Hill Baptist Church West Jack- death began A grave had been dug i
Sunday School'at.the Stoddart Avenue son street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit pastor. ",A marshal nained .McBride, famous In the rich brown soil about a hundred t
18d Mission at 330p. m.- C. F. Zeek super Sunday School at 10 'a. m. Preaching himself as a brave man and a desperate
intendent. All'are': cordially Invited. every first and third Sunday at,11 a. m. yards south of the last line of buildings r
hand, went,, out after Gilmore with ten
tdo and :OOal''l m. Prayer meeting everySunday and Just in front of that solemn-looking Our Store Will Be Closed
deputies andtrfldcg the bandit's' trail
Ministers are respectfully request- .Methodist. p. m. excavation Gilmore was placed. I
rt ed to notify The Journal promptly of Palafox Street Methodist ChurchRev.J. forced Gilmore and his six pals to take
when the
"He made demur orderly
any change In the order of servicesat M. Glenn missionary secretary of amid : lot'of loose bowlders no
I. First Christian Church. cover a on a
their respective: churches. Notices the South. Georgia conference will walked up and tied a handkerchief about
a I for this column should reach The j fill the pulpit both morning and evening. First Christian Church 43: East Gregory bit of rising ground close to nowhere. the upper part of his face, shutting off Thanksgiving Day i 'i
.t Jourfcal not later than 6 p. m. on Regular services at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m. street-Sunday School at 10 a. m., H. J. McBride for a man of hIs experience his sight and placed his hands behind -
Saturday of each week. Sunday School at ':iO'a. m., J. N. Andrews Mackey, superintendent. Prayer meeting showed but poor, judgment, and tried to
superintendent. Epworth Leagueat Thursday at 7:30 p. 'm. AU are cordially his back to facilitate the pinioning of
'.1 6:30 p. m.Gadsden invited. capture.the robbers in a rush. They tied his arms. The six soldiers told off to do Let us dress your feet for Thanksgiving, and then
,f Street Methodist ChurchRev.F. their horses In a: copse of trees and crawl- each .
walked and
'r The order of services at the various A. Rogers, pastor.' Services to-day at Nonpareil really means 'quinteSsence Ing along.the ground on their bellies like the work of death up whether eat own Turkey friend's I
tb'irchea: : In and neaT Pensacola to-day 11 a. m. and 'l:30p. m., conducted by the of perfection. Pensacola has snakes the rocks' behind man selected a gun from the stack and you your or your you

,t .W be as'follows: B.pastor.Tiller Sunday superintendent School at Epworth-9:30 a. m.datp'd long need a Nonpareil ,dollar for whlch--the approached.road agents, their horses no man In the squad knew whether his will not be ashamed of your Shoes.
C.t'hilc;; held powder and ball or only
II ;. :30 p. m.' the first correct guess received by the tethered near them, crouched. weapon
I St. Michael's Church-During the winds > Circuit-Rev. J. W. Breed- Nonpareil, as to what Pensacola When Gilmore 'Saw ,that the odds powder, as four of the pieces contained We have Footwear for Men, Women and Children- >'
e months services will be as follows: love, pastor. Geo. H. Hicks, assistant. P; 0. .box 137. bullets and two only blank charges.
Children's Mass 9 a. 7 needs most. Address nearly two .to one against him,and that Footwear that would make the
p'im Mass 7 a. m.; First Sunday, Powelton, 11 a. m. and "The squad lined up a few feet from whole family Thankful
r..' High Mass. 10:30 a. m.; Vespers. p. m. First Sunday, Pine Forrest. 3:30 p. his enemies meant,business, he'gave the
txary and Benediction 4 p. m.; Bap- 'm. Second SundayMuacogee, 11 a. m. where the silent form stood motionless at
word to his to aim true
tens at 2 p. m. 'I and 7 p. m. Third Sunday,'. Brent. 11 a. the brink of the grave and the lieutenant
e st, Joseph's Church-Low Mass and In- m. Third Sunday.-Warrington 7:30: p. m. THE VITAL when ,the time came to tire McBrideand cried In ringing tones, Aim! There wasa
!a f:-onion! 7 a. m.; Sunday School at 9 a. Fourth Sunday, Escarr.bia, 11 a. m. and his band- by. dodging behind rocks Boston Shoe Store
b.Hgh! Mass and Instruction. 10 a. m.; 7 p. m. slight pause and only when the exclamatory -
o I and managed to get within a short .
of the trees
1'spers, Rosary:; and Benediction STATISTICSRECORD hupr came from the officer's
S '.- is>d Sacrament at 4 p. In. :Mass dur- Church of ChristChurch distance of the bowlders and then,.throw- i did the metallic click of triggers
'J l" the week is at 7:30 a. m., except of Christ, corner Jackson and ling caution to' the wind the marshal i
,J Jlwcday and Friday< when It will be offer- Alcaniz streets-Bible School at 9:45 a. m. I into the himself, called to being drawn back and the scraping soundof I FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS.
el at 8 Advent. Lent and sprang open wooden stocks
a. m. During Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by leather straps against
3 ''1. months of May and October. Holy I his men to follow, and with the ten at
. W. T. Tracy. Prayer meeting \Yednesd- OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS proclaim that the weapons were being
; Kasi Is offered at 8 a. m. on week days. at 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited. his heels, rushed toward the natural bar- 117 S Palafox Street. '
their human target.
'. Ccuessions in the evenings before Sun- I directed at ,
fc" and First DURING THE PAST ricade. Seven long-barreled pistols I .
:* Holy Days of Obligation Second Church of Christ. Cool to the Last"Atthis
e t iriclays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Bap- Second Churcto of Christ, Scientist cracked a death chorus in answer toGilmore's stage oNthe trilling drama an ,
l s t>ns Sundays at 2 p. m. or by appoints Services every Sunday morning, at 11 WEEK. ringing command to fire, and unexpected thing happened-the doomedman .
o'clock; Wednesday afternoons! at 6 I six f the went to the
> storming party
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o'clock. Reading room open dally from 10 spoke. a 1 a.
. Universalistl is the record of births earth five of them-never to rise again. '
The following
: my where Christian! Scienceliter'attivma II his tone! were even and the very natureof
, Om t7nlversal1st Church. East I'Chase : e'rind.. Room. 6, Masonic I and deaths during the past weekis Betrayed For a Reward. he made proved his thor- 'ftr
the request
Ere. Sunday School it 10 a. m. Y. J- firu l> ,
I C *-( at O.tfV! p. mAU .re cordially. tn- Tentpla..' 4 filed in the mace of city clerk: 'McBride was one of the first to fall ough coolness and calculation. As well
J. Med to attend. '.1 First Church ef Christ I Births. and .the five of his party who remained as I can remember'this is what he said

' First Church of Christ Scientist-Ser- ; White-To C. W. Lamar' and wife, on,their,feet after the fusillade turned in addressing the officer who was to speak 1&sverltabledngoaof IU-be&lUJ
.J; Church-Rev.Episcopal.Re P. H. vices at Pensacola Library at 11 a. m. to- a girl; to C. Geri and wife, a boy; to their charge. and sped madly 'back to the word which"would sound his death .case more phyttaal wreck\baD proal)17 pleavts en7 other III ODe Ita paUl cUt-
t.) J- to Sunday School at ':4 51a'm.; day. W. D. Howe and wife, a girl; to Benjamin coyer. Gilmore would allow none of his knell: ulartodmeriextu.of .

I ..inrnlr.:>t Katherine's? service at Church.11. Cervantes and Y. M. C. A. Meas and wife, a girl; to M. L. mento fire at the fugitives and later, "'Lieutenant, when you come to tHY y Silllpty the IYltem b.esrue fa bs the y first I ,
" Darts streets-Rev. Sharpe S. Y. M. C. A.-Association building open Wilkerson and wife, a girl; to J: W. when one of the deputl B'came from the "Fire" don't Walt tof the customary qulnllM or that deadIlI1UD -ca1athl.teu jfb
T B., rector. ;lanrrv1': at 7:30 from J ta y61'L Song Service,-.for the at purposeof 3:30: p. Hall and 'wife, a boy. protection of the trees.waving a white "hupt" that is the signal for the order to -n --Don 7 __It..Re Jr. lan..l'ous.; n 1aq't si an
oJ J1!',11l a. m.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. m. handkerchief small branch;,the' rob- to blaze .
'feed.lay services on Wednesday and learning the Saffi Association Colored-To Wayman ,Taber and on'a be obeyed, but tell the boys now i
,0 < e. H. John's Church Warrington-Rev.A of study "The Life and Letters a girt bowlders and listened to-wbat-lhe mes- keep me Waiting here for something' I I
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a lvry- S Fhnrpe priest in charge. Services Baptist. Deaths. senger had to say. 'be men asked forpermission don't want. longer than you can hefp It, its all tjy!""- 01 It II
.t .nday at 4 p. m. I First Baptist Church-Rev.:. Thos. M. White-Rosa Price CO years, to. take tire wounded deputy, please.' ':: -: .= is

r Lutheran Church. I II Callaway. pastor Sunday School at 9.30a. chronic heart disease; Baby Yelver- who. lay groaning where he"-had fallen "Thespectators could not but admire Ooperhou1e. all +rltlsts.r .
German, Lutheran Church-Rev. J. F. m., Judge E...D.,Beggs superintendent. ton, 10 months, entero colitis. and the five corpses back t "the settlement such coolness under the most trying circumstances -
at 11 a. m. and 4 :
e ; Reinhardt pastor. Sunday School ate Preaching by the pastor :
I*. German service 10:30 a. m. Eng- 7:30 p. m.' Rally Day ,services at 9:30p. Colored-George Horton, 5 years, and' GDmore gave ready:assent. and a murmur of suppressed
., '. *-n\r<. : p. m. m. Sunday School' Rally Day exer- burns; Mary Davenport 60, years, .pa "When the shattered force returned to applause came from the throng. The
Il orwejrtan: teamen's Church-Rev. Jno. cises at 9:30: a. m. All-are cordially invited ralysis; Ladie Edwards, 30 years, peri- Tallulah bearing the dead .men strapped lieutenant looked at the six executioners,
"I.e. pastor Services, 10:30 a. m.; to attend. these_ services.
J- tonitis; Charlie Williams, pneumonia; across the horses and carrying the standing like statutes with their guns r

1""" ; Maggie Jackson, 20 years, pulmonary wounded ranger in a litter made of aimed, slowly bowed his head to them
r hemorrhage. boughs there was consternation, you.may expressing the affirmative and said In -- -- ---

And many other painful and'serious welt Imagine and the. authorities put a low, tense tones: 'Fire on the word.! .....................................................
r ailments from which most mothers They Joined Bands. price of $%,000 on Gflmore's head. The "Then stepping aside, he cried Tiret'and -

;. RISING suffer can be avoided by the. use of friends Mr. Rhodes after dinner once told the story a circle of hi of? reward'sans followers tempted and two- of the the traitorous young Arkan-.pair, become hardly an echo had when the sound the six of guns his, belchIng voice- i Dislike to Carry in Coal ? |i.

1 companions were off do- smoke, banged simultaneously -
, "Moths FriPal! This great remedy first meeting with Belt "I called aPorges < while their other flame and ..

t is aG -sen4 to,women, carryingtliem 'late one evening he said Sand as Ing he a bit slept of.foraging securely*Jell pinioned upon him Gilmore and course through and four Gilmore's bullets breast.tore quick The i It is a lot $of trouble and bother-causes so |- ill

BREAST their critical there was Beit working away as usual to Tallulah. The the balls struck him
most baft-lit twayed as
through him prisoner
e bore much dirt dust and soot. The better is to J
'Do never take a restr I asked. forward as If tryingto way to
you traitors were pardoned and paid their rewArd threw his right foot
: ordeal with safety no pain. he Well whatfs and then fell on his i'
t Not often, replied. and told to leave the country. Leave balance himself
; No woman who uses 'Mother's Friend" need fear the suffering your game? said I. 'I am going to the country, the did and they were glad side In a huddled heap, stone dead. They Let the Gas Pipe Carry Your Fuel ;i:

y r and danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror tontrol I am the much whole older diamond: he output answeredas before band enough had too sworn because to kill them the on rest fright of the burled finis1 was him written in that to a little grim grave life history.and so" i For both 1 cooking and heating. It effectually i

,t andinsores safety to life of mother and child,and leaves her in as got off his stooL That's funny "Gilmor was turned and closely over to guarded the soldiers In- Nonpareil, reduced to English, Is : dispenses with the coal problem and the ex.tra'i;;

r. a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. The child is I said. 'I have made up my mind to at the wooden fort Jail building Ht In the nothing 'more nor less than "none labor incident to the use of coal. Gas cookingrange ; ;

also healthy andfoodnaturei -- do the same. We had better Join a center secure of the palsied waHs. The district such. There is to be a Nonpareil : installed and $13 Gas heaters $1.50 J
strong *" what $12 ;
hands.. Join hands they did. Unlike Immediate .vicinity in town .soon.. Can you guess :
'. Our book Alfred Beit, Cecil Rhodes had small judge was not tnto unnecessary I to $10 '
OTHERS at. the, time it is. f _____ : i" i
{ "Motherhood," is worth patience with arithmetical 'details. delay in the execution of the culprit he +
BREADnone .
itswei Once this characteristic Involved him 'U. tried by the miUUry authorities on LIGHT HOUSE +
ght in gold to : an American flag PensacolaGas Company :
tearing up
charge without the
to a difficulty. Pitching a balance a genuine
! ttocian and will be H six soldiers and a sergeant f
and robbing
. :7freeinPlain'FR"IE' sheet into the pile of papers "Here before, wbd- were bringing 3'provisions to the label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak-I Phone 148. 24 and 27 E.'GarJan i Street. |, 1..J

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will make this dollar sate om. long to t>2 renumbered: in the history of the Furniture

Trade of Pensacola If you have a dollar, bring it to-morrow; it will buy you

an interest in the modern' up-to-date household equipment Remember, a dollar now w

is what you pay and get :the goods without delay. You don't have to read over,

under or between the lines to get .,at the ma ng. It is English and means just what

Gti' i H it says. Pay a dollar and 'have the goods delivered at once.t' \ .

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C Sylvia Lynden Mr. Jules Murry's|I tre patrons the best. play of the 'In buying any thing.quality material is the first thing to. 1p' considered-' :
t leading lady who plays the ofi I'pioneer: west now in existence. Buck's: Stoves are made of'the Mst material that can he-made. .We guarantee + rem;&
part every one to give perfect satisfaction.: This Handsorhe.2S-. '.."",Beauty for '
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Georgians in Clyde's Fitch/s. great!I "Lovers and Lunatics." SIS-Jl down 50c per week. .. J .. ; 2S-E-DUCK S Rival, I or- $20-$1.00, 50c per week. mS-;
play, "Her Own Way. to be presented -! When the new musical farce entitled 1 '
at the opera house to-morrow. tT
' "Lovers and Lunatics which X : -
night has had experiences that .
come "
comes to the opera house on Thursday he:
but few
as young as she."hen Nov. 15, starts; at the rise of the f -

Si :was Miss.19* Olga she .was rethersoWs'place;called upon toe with curtain a rush to be until lively the, it end.keeps It is it easy up I c !: ,: .. ROCKERS CHIFFONIERS sIT / th the'

| play her roles for the .
balance of .
to understand how such a theme of '- -
I-the season, 15 weeks. The summons '4i ,for
; love and lunacy can be made amus- '
came on Wednesday morning. On ing. This Walter Coleman Parker,I ': .. y.r are .now offering the This HandsomeHighly-: Pith '

t;that flrst role afternoon Sapho.she was to play her the author, has, certainly succeeded j, .best. bar galp.:in.Rockers ever Polished Golden Oak Chiff- I .mb(
In making it It is not great litera
Fortunately she had learned thebut" ture, but It is good: fun grown on at, ,?ho wn. .'This::.Rocker, :either' '. .. outer has 5 drawers, hat box,

.f r part play. However in a different, version- the I simple\ foundation. All the mixingup In.oak or mahogany} finished with Heavy Bevel French ttTT
the opportunity was of affairs rises from a lot of sane .._ ,.
tihere, and she felt that she must pecpls happening to locate for the r cobler seat ?***> Plate Mirror, for .nn
make it, so jumping into a cab she summer near' an insane aslyum and t ; taiGa
drove across the bridge'to the Brooklyn f'. '
the former being mistaken for escaped $ r I
? Theatre ran over the part hastlilv lunatics out of the latter e'stab-j! 3 las
wfth the stare manager, put on her li! hme 1t. Ont of this situation comes! jc $15 cirt .
f-first act costume and began. i a l
a series of incidents that travel .
Describing the sensations after- hilariously along .to, the accompaniment I all
I ward Miss Lynden said: : "I saw no 50c Cash 50c "** - of tuneful songs pretty girls ,_ a Week. $1 Down, 50c'per Week.HODESFUTCHCOLLINS .- .
one heard ,
no one thought of no one handsome costumespicturesque effects alPtt. f 0ax
t 1 but myself. Out there: somewhere and other stage facts that count ab
|was a sea of faces. Around me were for much 'pleasure: Joe Harris, feol
other faces. Sometimes the faces Wilbur Mack, J. Maurice Holden, be:
about rae moved their. lips but I George P. Matson, Henry P. Nelson.'
heard nothing. Lillian Lawson and Florence Little I
"The faces moved and I moved with and a large" chorus of agile little'' I t
\them., I heard my own voice my own maids complete the organization. j)1 I ti FURNITURE COMPANY Pre
liausmer. i felt my own tears-and I tlo
Sthat was all. A curtain fall and Ichanged Are :you a Nonpareil? Of course be't
'{ : my costume. Another the _........ .. _
'followed the first, and a third and scene a are or will .De after .. =r ...... ""'"_ -- ..........._7 itwo

.fourth. Finally it was all over and I -.

,went dressing room where 1 RANGE LIGHTS I weeks, and except Choctaw pass \\-hjddon. of Pensacola; Miss Lizzie Saturday night at Gonzalez.Mr. gathering their of ,_- the
.found the stage manager and the leading I channel rear beacon No. 3. Bluinley. Mr. Will Can Pelt Mr. Von Werder went to Roberts and potatoes crops corn. bit!
man. and I don't know how many 'IN MOBILE BAY I While the lights are not of'as high I L11N.J I Claud Miller, .}lr. J. rfudd and Mr.,., Friday night to assist in organizing I syrup. and the thing now iov
wore pressing forward with congratulations I power as they were prior to tee Henry Klauber. Mr. Herman enter- an Odd Fellows lodge there. We have Mr. 'J. S. Daily sill
.which I cut. short by asking: On November 8.903., temporary I I storm and while they- are- not elevated I tained the little folks while the elder The social meeting at Mrs. Stokes'swas agent and operator. liis ajrarais. en
May I have something to eat' I am post lantern lights were established ., as much above the water as ;set enjoyea themselves with various quite a 8uecess'Thursday nignt, were glad to have many him -- thewo
dreadfully hungry" 'at the sites of fifteen beacons on Special to The Journal. I games.Miss Pearl and Miss Lydia there nice -
formerly except in one or two instances i being a little crowd. All While
: regretted to give SI'<
Nov. 10. Miss Pearl i up
Goulding Herman
the Mobile ship channel Alabama, they will answer the purpose entertained -: Spare rendered some very: nice music enjoyed themselves by playing various Brooks he thought it best for ti:ma <, LeI
a few.of her friends
The Virginian. where th permanent .struc ares tad on..the piano.
of navigation temporarily.The '.II games. The next meeting will be change his profession as office .::rk
Tuesday evening a delightful De
Dustin Farnum and the Kirke LaShelle been destroyed or daina;.'d by tlestorm' permanent structures will be Mr.. J. T. Wilkes, who has oeen in with Mrs. Von Werder, nest. Thursday was against his health.
it being her sixteenth birth
supper poi>
players in "The Vireinian" are 'September: 3'and, where no rebuilt and lights established thereon the employ of the L & N. at the yard night Mr. Pleas Dawson Sunday at
day. Everything good in the of I I spent letfac'
of the hate been burning since that way
ene Important lights .
bookings the here, left last :Saturday for Montgomery Canoe
as soon as there are funds available candies fruits, cakes 'and sanwlches, Ala" visiting his father ind:
near future at the op=rn house. date. where he to take a
expects posl- other
with which to do the work.- relatives.
was served and followed by hot coffee
,Owen Wister 'This restores the'system of an
and Klrke La Shelle's lighting Mobile Register. don. We regret very much to have Mrs. Grimlar
direct,, forceful development of the on.this. channel to the state it and cocoa. The beautiful birthday him leave our vicinity. L'M Li the attended preachma 4' co\J.
Baptist church
last at
cake which formed the center had Sunda It
t.agp version of the now famous was in before the storm, except as to
Mra. E. f. Stokes and children Atmore Ala, and also visiteo h--
lovely candles burning upon spent th
jiovel. thefr-drnm tlc and faithful about five miles at. the extreme lower
of its salient features,representation the fid where" th/ee permanent beacons SUPPLY, INDICATOR.' it. Those present were: :Mr. andMrs. one day last week at Quinette, the brother Mr. Joe TElt ofth 1
tender treatment Trill be.built in the next two -- Van Werder and little granddaughter guests of Mrs. Lizzie Barrineau.Mr. Soecla. to Th Journal. Mrs. Willard Crabtree spent <:r alldid
r! of the human char- ; or three A Convenient BemiaUer For the. Bus,' .. week t .:Ue ,_
I Mr. and Mrs. )<;. I. Stokes Mamie Reynolds, of Pine Bar, Molino "Xov. 10.-Since country visiting Mr. r
Haaiewlfe. I and children. Mr. and Mrs.Reynolds ren. is on a visit to his brother hereMr. : has recovered from the effects everything of the tree's parents bne reports bavin m
s. Every business man naes a reminderof and grandchildren; Sir. and Mrs. Reynolds the night watchmanat storm it seems as if the storm sweet time, as they were may;:.; :=z
was a
.. some klad. Why should .not the Canals and children, Mr. Charlie Bares the rosin yard, is off on a vacation : syrup.
:. .: : ;:., :. ,-: ....;;. ., -',' '., ;::" '!, '''1 "' remind! _her of what Thomas of uinette; Mrs. .Albert. and other places.; being removed. This win add both to town now except colds. 1beto
\ : ? J. ', # : "f' .' grbcerlos and other supplies are want I Miss Mamie' and Miss Annie Anaer- Mrs. E:-I. stokes and little daughter; the loon '
... "I' 'Ji agdAsanitvy! # of .
29 .". ..;. "' ; 4 '" ;:.. cpj iobts "'. WH are a Nonpareil you ae: I. "
& :: [ \: {<''i.' 'JO.;. ed. No wonder: aLe sometimes forgets. son, of Pensacola Mr.Mamie Winnie, attended the Odd Fellows our little towh."'rr."it"&aG.-'- i- .:. t4.iellow )
; > ""i:' r : :. 1. 1'f'; $;>Jt:(., t{,, A great help to her would be an Indicator -Reynolds, cf Pine Barren; Mr. B. la. 's pper at Mr. C. H. Jackson's last The farmers are about through: win' -Lyon were.; but"if you are not >| ills

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shipped State
'i SC1TLT :C,1Tcm. every and is universally physicians. .
Within! n Jrrtssjs a rtt .l basin; rows' Be certain that you knowithe\ qualIty'of'whlskey that
.. of n:;1 -,'s" of 2rticlei of bduseio'.d! use' For thirty-nine years we have*been) you use. Don't vou realize that it means iit>,_ 1'ce:
4 arranged; in horizor-tal: linC3.-ncro<;,-they distilling our whiskey and selling: direct the aei
front .1( these years not one drop impure whiskey have :we sold Our assetto ..ccnsumer. During all eia tth

In front of and parallel with" thenames ;! back of every sale, besides refunding your money if you are not pieced. is' our reputation, we Put it

.$ 3 are ro-H transverse rods ex.-| Four full quarts ,of Rose's Old Rye or Rose's Old.Corn 119Ine

of tending nam .at. points Movie;adjacent freely oa to each each horizontal row-.;;I to any address in the following! States: Georgia, Florida, Alabama or assorted. North as you like; sent by express PrePaid for *3.An :RIo

i.x rod Are Indicators ia the form.f;[Adams or Southern Express.lines. Carolina, South Carolina or any point on the

of small Lsll, "one for csclr'nabe.the ci i, Remit Postoffice ,
f by or Express
; ice, piste la fr :1tof. cach"row of Money Order, New York exchange.or.send. l
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t't.. [not send checks money by registered mail Do
, '. stamps or personal 0' _
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t. "' ._. plate. nIl the Indicators We all orders the received. '
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; J4IJil..Ji.r '. -' ':t : ..:' :" I *ussr or salt. ote. she,moves"the ( Rose: : ; Liquor Company: : =54 Peiichtrce St.
:'i.a 4 fore going to market she 'looks at,'Or.// g ", Atlanta, Ga.

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