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 13, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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

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By Highwaymen and ,Burg BODIES CONSUMED Time of; Financial Stringency -

Action,Federal,Grand. Jury
Jealousy Led to General
Not Considered a Triumphfor lars Who Defy the Desire of Bank- a
in Peonage Cases as ," Out at Consider-
the Republicans. Officers. Burned and Mutilated Be- er's Association.By Knifing at.' thePolls
Viewed in'South.I able,Length. '
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REPUBLICAN LEADERS BELIEVE I By Associated Press. Associated Press.
By ,Associated Press I Pittsburg, Nov. Emboldened. by Washington;. Novv 12.-Gratifying Special to The-Journal. REPORT ON CITY HALL CONSTRUCTION -
ROOSEVELT IS NOW ELIMINA. : l\Iobne.X \. 12.-The Indictment By the apparent helplessness of the police TRAIN LOAD OF s IMMIGRANTS progress, according members was Washington, Nov. 12.-Among the
the federal grand jury at Pensacolaon made at to-day's meeting of the committees oddities of the election is the story i WORK SUBMITTED
TED AS POSSIBLE CANDIDATE Saturday of twelveofficers; and and detect!yes, highwaymen and HURLED TO DEATH WHILE representing the American ; that young Fred Landis,-'the Republican BY THE BOARD ,
employee the Jackson Lumber Co. burglars who have been terrorizingthe Bankers' Association -and the New phrase-maker owes his defeat to OF PUBLIC.
FOR PRESIDENCY IN 1903-TIDAL caused much surprise through the I city for the past ten daysbave BOUND WESTWARD .ON BALTIMORE York Chamber of Commerce, who in- the president's daughter. Sne.did. WORKS AND REFERRED TO t

WAVE OF 1904 STOPPEDAND south.' .' extended their operations to broad AND OHIO R. tend recommending a measure to congress not intend to defeat him; in fact
I All of the alleged cases of peonage I day light. At four o'clock this after- R.-CARS authorizing a bank issue of went with her husband into' the BOND TRUSTEES '- MATTER 1

TURNED BACKWARD. originated when the-company imported noon. they assaulted and robbed a lady SMASHED TO KINDLING- WOOD emergency circulation in'. case, of financial.stringency Hoosier district with avery decided WILL COME UP 'WEDNESDAY
foreigners the lumber camp The'in the heart of the city making their ;, purpose tohelp the young man. She ;
men claimed they were promisedmore. escape. THROWN DOWN EMBANKMENT Secretary Shaw Comptroller,Ridge- meant well but her appearance so NIGHT.
Special; to The Journal. money by employment: agencies Trade and business organizationsare ley and .Treasurer Treat addressed the it is said, brought about discord,
\\Ihinlton.;: D. c.. Nor: 12.-I bave in; the 'north Than they received .and I holding indignation meetings, and BURNED. members. .Mr. Shaw expressed a 'desire worked disappointment, aroused jeal-

tei Trying to figure out which partycan became dissatisfied. are drawing up petitions to the mayor for some reform in currency leg- ousies and all these thongs contributed The City Council met in special
Some,, it is. charged, never intend and police: islation' which would meet all de to the downfall of Landis.
draw the most consolation of the ed .worklng andendeavored to escape The murder of Harry Smith in By'AsioclateC: Press. mands. .* tij When it was announced that she session last night heard reports pro
Chicago Nov. l!.
lav election! and which! can build up dtE-r.beIng short. time with the lumber !t East End 'yesterday by burglars one hundred, and forty-seven' of The bankers are considering two would appear in Indiana present and con on the work being done upon

the zreatet hopes for the'future,.and company. It is./char;ed that the aroused that section: and to-night the on a west bound sixty-tire Baltimore passengers& Ohio plans one contemplating a commis- with her husband .at Marion- the new city hall discussed the sit- I -

tarS about reached the conclusion employes of the company followed I board of trade held a meeting at, immigrant" train were. killed as the sion to pass on the application of dsi Liogansport districtthe'and other women towns Lan-to uation for over two boors&, and adJourned -
these into Florida and ''seized them which a D committee was ap. banks for Increasing circulation and
tin so far as consolation is concerned rompelling'them" ; pointed. '- result of a collision,this morning witha' I make it a social as well as a politicalvisit. to take up the subject again t
another the issue of credit
to. return to' the making !
It Is a drawn battle. While it camps and work out the amounts I I freight train .near; Woodville, In- currency automatic.. The sessionsare Receptions were planned en.a Wednesday night at the regular meet-
I diana. Forty-five :.ol .the oodles were scale committees apolhted ing. Mayor:
great presided and Alder-
ESJ not indicate very strongly what owed the company. 4 secret and the details, of the ,planis
j consumed or so badly =burned that '
I V and Alice was made the chief figureat men Christie D'Alemberte ::Muldon
Et) be expected two years heace ina identification is iInpos'sible.'Besides' undiynlged.THOMPSON. 1
several 'functions. Reilly Renshaw. Wright Watson *nd
part war it is likely to have-I GEN. SHAFTER I IIIED' QuIcL JUSTICE the dead' ; thirty-eight are All the women of the-district'eou1d Yonge were present and also Messrs.
verj decided influence on 'individual njured-; several. fatally- and eighty not be placed on the committees and Green and .Covlngton of tht Bond
Iopes: and prospects and. it is more others .lost nearly: aU. of.thelr baggage in issuing the invitations hundredswere Trustees and Zelius of the Baord: of.
< ASTALEL either forgotten or intentionallyleft Works.
than probable it will eliminate from : : MONDAYDEMISE :\The responsibility Jar the disaster I IT off the list This was a .grave The mayor announced the meeting
the public mind several distinguished: fOR WOUlD-DE f i.-undeternilned.but: It '-was undoubt-- mistake. A woman neglected is almost to be for the purpose of hearing re-
gentlemen who have been, looking edly due to ,some'employee's blunder. a woman scorned, and all -the ports upon the city hall and under
longingly forward to the" time when bUE"TO INTESTINAL OB-- ,The,passengers were Russian Jews, world knows what a woman scornea this heading a communication was-
Presidential lightning would strike In It Servians and Poles T INTOcUSTODY Is apt to do. The women who were read from the Bond Trustees deal-
their door yard. In considering the STRUCTJON' .FOLLOWiNG :-The immlgranttrain was two sections left off the committees. or forgotten ing with the matter and maJdnr: a
matter cf consolation the first thought BURGHAR "and the .fl:' ,t theieof passed the when invitations to 'the receptionswere report to the council 'relative to' whi

turns toward the President, for the ,PNEUMONIA. I freight train at Babopc'k, Ina.. after issued, all have husbands steps had been taken by that board
Republican congressional campaignwas -" -, which the freight; not:being informed brothers or sweethearts, the neglected to ascertain the correctness of the "
fought out almost wholly on the I, "f that' a second section'' *-W:a.R' ;-.nmf"- women grew indignant their statements made about the material
line that the President must be sustained By'Associated Pret. started eastward. :it)net the second husbands, brothers and 'sweethearts and work. After this had been read
by the choosing of a Republican Bakersfield. CaU Nov. 12.-Major Negro Who Attempted to section; which was, running fortymilesan joined them in this and, knifed Lan Chairman Green of ,the board stated
congress It was about the only I General William R. Shatter retired, hour on ,'a sharp curve. In ', dis ::t the polls to get even. Whatis that a payment was due the contractor ,
Issue. It mattered not whether the died at one o'clock ."to-day at the Rob Lannon & Co.'s the ensuing crash all six coaches'and the moral of this story or has It upon the building and Had bean
candidate was a stand-patter or a I I ranch of Captain McKittrick, his son- three freight cars wfre" smashed 'to: In New Orleans: Yesterday,I any? due since Nov. 1, and asked if there
revisionist, % strenuous ad"ocate'or in-law, after an illness of seven d.ys. Stcre Sentenced to kindling.wood.. and with the locomotive was any objection now to the' pay
all the measures prominently! urged! General Shatter contracted a chill rolled down an embankment,. Charged With Embezzlement ment of these funds.
by the President or whether he was while returning from Jthsr' polls last j The wreckage hmr-vliately caught .. ; REDUCED' CHANCESOF : The council before deckling took
lukewarm in that direction, or' was week and. intentbfcii obstruction Two Years.' fire and nearly-all .ofti\se pinned'in in Peris o1 up the other reports and hear-i statements '
.absolutely on the other side of the brought on ban accute attack of I the debris were burned to death from the mayor and Chairman
fence still his election I was urged as pneumonia followed.. The general There were harrowing scenes whena RAILWAY DELAYGREAT Zelios, desiring to become thoroughly
being an endorsement' by the peopleof gradually grew worse despite the Quick justice was received by Willie train bearing thirty-t>ight'of the in- acquainted with what haa transplrei;
the president best medical attention until his Williams, the negro who was, jured arrived this afternoon and the; E. C. Thompson. the young man The report of the Board of Public
Little Consolation.With his death to-day. caught in the act of attempting to police had much difficulty in forcinga wanted in this city upon' the charge I I Works was then read, as follows:
this view of the case the The funeral arrangements have not rob the store of T. II. Lanron & Co. passage for the wounded through of embezzlement of over $1,200, was I PENNSYLVANIA FREIGHT Board of Works Report.
President' can find but little consolation been announced. Saturday night The negro was equipped I'the crowd,of indignant Russian Poles. arrest .dl In New Orleans. yesterday.: To the Honorable Board of Aldermen
Among the strong Republicans with brace and bits and was in .Relatives of the wounded begged This information reached 'the city YARD OPENS WAY FOR DIVERSION City of Pensacola.G6nUemenTbe r
beaten can be counted Babcock, the act of coring holes in the rear toHtake them bome.:tbUt all the in: last night .by telegraph, and it Is, presumed Board of Public'
AVadsworth. Lacey and McCleary. WILL SUPPORT"I door when dsicovered and captured. Jured. were taken to Mercy hospitaL that Sheriff Van Pelt will OF TRAFFIC.' Works desires to report as follows:
It was not expected the Republicans I Yesterday he pleaded guilty to the n. reach Pensacola. this morning or afternoon 1st The Board of Public Works at .
otild be able to hold all the seats charge of breaking and entering when with his prisoner. a special meeting held Oct. 29th, 1906.
they won in the tidal wave of 1904. CANDIDACY arraigned before Judge Beggs in the The/sheriff left, hem several days Special *'o The -Journal. at 11:30 o'clock a. m.. with full board
... tat it looks as if they have fallen below -I I criminal court and was sentenced -to IMMIGRATIONCONFERENC ago for New Orleans under the impression risks Philadelphia of delay on Pa the, Nov.main 12.line: -Winter of the I present considered matters pertain-

the normal party strength, but serve two years. that the requisition papers I Pennsylvania Railroad east of Pitts- inf to the new city halL Tne board l I P
still they will have a majority: big WM. J. BRYAN Another case of even quicker jus- for the extradition of inompson had 'burg :have been largely reduced now !.went in a body'' and make examination J I'
3 ennnjh! for all practical purposes. and tice was that of Chas. Costello.who: arrived In'New Orleans, and there of the cement which was being used .
that-the company's improvements atHoliday
the new congress may be able to entered the St. Joseph's school Sun,4 would be no.delay, .in returning with sburg are about completed.At and found that it did not accord with
york out some reforms along Republican dayafternoon and appropriated a the young. man. Sunday night however with the specifications.
By Associated Press. this point a vast freight yard
lines. New York, NOT 12.-At a meetingof clock which he made away with. H* he wired hIre that they had not fifty-five miles of track, has been establishes r 2nd., The board could not find Ar-
) In the congressional results the the Commercial Travelers Anti was seen by a small boy, who followed reached him. In connection with the chitect Ansfeld on the grounds or a
\. Democrats have been sorely disappointed trust League, William Hoge the presi- him on the street cart and It is evident that the papers arrived I I Pennsylvania's new l lo.r grade freight I representative, or anyone looking after -
for they bad fanned themselves dent, advocated William. J.. Bryan fpr caused his arrest some blocks away. there yesterday as the young line. If the main line at this mountain the work: in the Interest of the
t up to the belief that a dissatisfaction the next Democratic presidential candidate The man pleaded guilty'and receiveda Delegates Were Occupied man ,was!< placed under arrest. He is trouble spot should at any time city.
I : with Roosevelt and Roosevalt- and urged the members. to assist term of four months on the county wanted on the'lU1rge of embezzle be obstructed, it will be possible to 3rd. The board passed a resolution
aa methods prevailed throughout the I in establishing clubs to work In roads. ment from the :McDavid-Hyer Com divert! all traffic without loss of time that Architect Ausfeld be notified
1: Country: and was BO deep-seated that j I behalf of Bryan. :-It was voted that a Other pleas of guilty in ,the, court Throughout Day With pany by which firm he was employedfor by 'way of Hollidaysburg. that the work has been commencedon
t it would show itself very clearly at committee be appointed to consist of yesterday were: over a year as bookkeeper. While this is the practical advantage the new city hall and that. In the
the polls. The conservative leaders five thousand democratic commercial Jake Register, second larceny,three Negro Problem. the 'public gains by the'improvement -opinion of the board the material being -
er f that party did not expect to secure travelers to distribute literature and months. ,,interest is also centered at this used did not meet the requirements
I majority the next house but they organize Bryan's clubs on their Raney .Cook, petit larceny.; $10 and BATTLESHIPLOUISIANA point 'because it Is the place where of the contract and specificatIons -
till believe they would be able to travels costs or three months.:, By Associated Prest. J J ctxnal biJl&ts. In years' gone by were and he was directed to rc t oti
I- posh; ; the Republicans very close. The Marion Williams assault and.bat. .: :Nashville, Tenn.. Nov. 12.-The::1 taken out of the old-canal, transferred to the Board of Public Works without .
Republican majority is much larger tery, '|1 and costs or three months!: Southern Immigration and Quarantine IS to cars, and hauled up the delay his opinion of such material -
than they expected it to be, yet they STANDARP'JDILUNDER Virginia Johnson, assault' and battery conference, aside from the appointment mountains by the old Portage }(Ail- and work. No such opinion haa
fe in the outcome much hope for ; six months, sentence beingt suspended committees, gave the Off CUBABy I road. It was then the scene of'great been received up to the present
the future. THE: BAN on condition that she leave day over to speechmaking "by representative NOW bustle. time.
Some Disappointment. the county. southern men. The delegates Tue increaslc, volume of freight 4th. On Oct. 51st., the board hld far
There has been an effort here to I ,Hannah J. Malone three counts for: devoted some time to the con By Press.. business In the past few years madeIt anjourned meeting with full board ".
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Conceal the fact that the result in _,e I petit larceny, three months.. sideration of methods necessary to Charleston, S. C., Nov. 12.-A wireless necessary: to relieve the main line, present at which Architect Ansfeld
New York is a sore disapointmpent 8> AMeelaUd Press. Jim Campbell. second larceny to securing a proper share of the immigrants telegram received here from the and foi five or six years the low appeared before the* board, and in
to the president but the effort has notBeen Washington, NOT. 12.-There is! be confined in the reform school until arriving In this country from battleship Louisiana, with the president grade freight line has been building which he stated that he did not know
a success, and those close to the good reason to believe"that" the government he becomes of age: -' foreign shores. The discussion had and party aboard, shows it up frr[ this purpose. For its entire exactly when the work) on the city
T"l>lte" House know the President has decided 'institute proceedings -I I Court convened for the term yester.: not proceeded far when the race ques- with convoys at seven :o'clock this length the maximum grade Is three- hall commenced, that damaged cement -
. Ms l deeply disappointed. Looked at I against the Standard Oil Co. day morning, but on account of Solicitor I tion came to the fore, occupying the morning three hundred miles southeast tenths of one per cent. At West had not been used on the work
fandidly te election of Hughes is under the Sherman antitrust"act with Loftin being engaged In the! attention of the delegates throughout of Jupiter Island inlet,' headed for --lisville' : near Trenton the low from the time it commenced until
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not a Republican triumph. It is on a view to obtaining an dissolve -United States court: all cases, were: the day. passage. Captain grade line joins the main line to rhll- that date and that he had no repre-
Couden to reach off r
I Iy a protest against the doctrines ad-I tbe company; restoring' to .each continued until No.,. 25. fo which I The "sentiment of the delegates on expected end this a point a delphia and Jersey City. "Runs" oa sentative on the work.
the eastern .Cuba evening.
tl'ateod by Hearst. Hearst was not of the eighty constituting ,companiestheir date court adjourned. The'docket 'isl the negro question was manifest early : The .qf ah well. the luw grade line are arranged from 5th. Mr. Ausfeld declined to answer -
cpatt'd! by the Republicans, but by proportionate share of stock aad]I an exceptionally light one I la' the applause greeting Governor message reported Pitcair&just outside of Pittsburg; a number of questions which
Up revolt In his own party, led by .also compelling observance of the Cox's statement that "the south must from Hollidaysburg to Enola; near the board asked him in regard to
tl''arr, Ii. and McCarren .is not so law inhibiting them.'entering into an deal with the negro. The negro must Hamrt>urgh, and from Enola to West his contract with the city stating
murb '; ixmM :o the doctrines of understanding or contract maintain.. I THE TRIAL OF 1 \ protected and his rights preserved, MISTRIAL IN CASE Morrisville. that he had been advised that he had
llt.ri 3f opiosed to Hearst per- prices of oil. but political rights must be taken In the Hollidaysburg yards there 1.o relations whatever with the Boardof
f.rlo"I...; I I 'I away from.the-low and vicious of the GIRL are engine accommodations Including I Ia Public Works or the mayor He
!i. i in \\'al!,ington. the result Inv ALEX CHISHOLM race." FLORIDA 24-Etall engine house, coal wharf,!further declined to state who had so
?'e5 Irk j is looi" d upon as a decidedIethacF WILL GIVE AWAY Governor Hey ward, in the pincl-I I two: 'i -toot turntables, and four ash1 1 advised him.

to tho President it being I, pal address of the day, declared that London.By Nov.Associated' 12.The Press.trial for pits with pneumatic hoists and travel I. 6th At the regular meeting!' of the
!hi:i wt stafe loaded and primE'd1IIth immigration would yet solve the negro tag cranes. There are shop yaida card on Nov. lad the full board
in the suit brought
a ;:w actress
Marion Draughn an
under nis OTn supervision and ded -- Birmingham Nov. 12.-In the trial I The committee on organization decided by Thomas I power house store house; oil house, resolution to notify the Board of Bond
na'-- v Mr. 'loot as'' being spoxenEl ': of Alexander Chisolm, former tellerof to recommend the nominationof daughter Settle of of the(the federal late circuit Judge for the;!! laniitt, mill and lumber sheds.. I Trustees, that in the opinion of the

} the anthoritof the President By Associated Press. the First National Ban.1t, for embezzling Governor Heyward of South Carolina southern district of Florida against I, ,Board of Public Works it was necessary
i&p 'n nds New one hundred thousand dollars I for president and Dr. J. R. Mc- PROGRESS J that the architect or
o; Foraker Shaw, CanMn York Nov. 12.-Mrs. Russel Heinricb Thy sen,,son of a millionaireIron O'F"THE & represen-
and Fairbanks look upon the New Sage will give away the, bujk} of the I f only two witnesses were called I II Mullen of Gadsden, Ala.; as secre: magnate of Dusseldorf, Germany tative be on the grounds at all time*
T'-"k result to-day. They were tellers Brown and I tary-treasurer. It favors holding the work hours and the
as eliminating Mr. Rooee- fortune of eighty million bequeathed resulted in ,a disagreement of r during ; as dry
'-It as a possibility two y ars hence to her by her late husband to individuals Forsythe, who testified mainly to the I next convention at Birmingham. the jury.MILL. LABOR MOVEMENTBy attorney bad rendered an opinion that
M claim that it will end all talk of considered worthy.' It will. not fact of the defalcation and followed !' : the architect is the sole property of
I tt.rd! term. They point to the fact be given to endow churches 'nor to closely the line of testimony given' PLANT.AT the Board of Bond Trusjeps, that the
thl New York disappointed all ex- those who write begging'letters. She by the president of the bank on last'I' FIRST NEGRO Atssciated. Press.3iinncapolis. s&.. board demand the presence of
('ations. while Ohio, Illinois, and says she will only keep sufficient of Saturday. MOBILE BURNEDMobile : .- Nor. 12.-A feature: of t such architect or representative, la
1 Cd13fl5:I order that the best Interests of the
ten and STATE FAIR Nov. 12.-The large milling convention of tbe American Federa- be protected.
Fairbanks did much more: comfortably. Persons kind and faithful city may
than was expected of them. A lead to Mr. Sage will be remembered.. FIVE KILLED AND I plant of Hieronymus Brothers located tier of Labor was' n exhaustible report -! .(h. At a special meeting of Uhf
e. or the Foraker men puts it In this I at the eorner of Madison and I l-y President Gompers, outlining: i Board of Public Works In which all
t a" YOUNG WOMAN BURNEDTO Water streets, was totally destroyed I In detail the progress .of the labor '
"Xcw: York is the home of MANY By Associated Press. I members were present, on Xov. 6th)
revelt." be has been practically retdlatf'd DEATH IN GEORGIA INJURED I I Macon Nov. 12. The first negro by fire thlaAmorning.!! The property movement throughout the country,!'Architect Ana feld appeared before the
: Ohio is the home of ForT state fair in the history of the race destroyed Included' .the sawmill plan laying! especial stress on the advent board and stated: that he was ready .
anl. Dick who opl"nly'opposed- By Associated Prtsa. By Associated Press": opened with large, attendance. The, er, dry kilns and 2000.000 feet of' lumber of unionism: Into the. political. arena to co-operate: with the board In tile
me of the pet of the Thompson. Ga.,. ,Nov. 12.-Love Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 12.-Five men opening.address was made by BookerT. ; entailing a'loss of between $15.-. and recommendiIg) .that' .tbls .ro' rse construction of the new city hall Tile j I
dnLnt' and the measures there Smith, daughter of a member of the were killed and fifteen' or' twenty others Washington. There is a good diet 000 and $1.50..00q'with. ? but $25,000"of. be adhered to. A strong plea was board, In a body, In company with
the two senators enjorsed legislature was burned, to,death to badly Injured by the explosion of play of agricultural products, t Insurance: .. \ -. made for American labor en the Architect Ausfeld visited the site of
vote: Indiana is by home a magnoeni of- day., Her clothing .1 ignited from a I a boiler In the shops of the. LakeShore Inventions, female works of art, A number of other business places! Panama canaL The report of Secretary the new city ball and made eiamioa-
ue grate fire and efforts .to extinguishIt ft Michigan iioutJ14r1t Railway very Velics and handiworks of sla-I I In the: ;nearylcinity'were. slightly Morrison showed the federationto
Continuel from Page One.) 'were unavailing.! at,Coloaford) this afternoon., ', Tha fair will continue for one damaged. be In splendid financial condition. (Continued on Page Three.) )
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l7\ -.. .. Munn Bamer Shot After an Working for Pensacola.
4 Life out of doors and oct of the games which they play and the enjoyment
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'4y which they receive: and the efforts which they make, comes the greater part of that, r. Altercation, by. Jack I

rY> healthful development which la so essential to their happiness when grown. When : .

r T'a laxative is needed the remedy which la given to them to cleanse and sweeten and' (.;'ijf?; Kelley.Special .

strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would .5aanction

because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy r., ,. .
itself free from every objectionable quality. The one' remedy which physicians and 1'::"Z.-i" Esto Fla., The 12.Journal.-Friday morn- q He-is now en route to the Isthmus of

parents, well-informed, appnr: and recommend and which the. little ones enjoy, : :" ing near Graeeville, Munn Earner and for the of the
1rvt expediting
1 flavor its and its beneficial effects is-Syrup Panama purpose
because of its pleasant gentle action 1t:, ., Jack Kelly became engaged in a fight
of Figs-and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by .1\0;;.,. .!. :''7"' In which Barner was instantly killed. building of the Panama Canal. The

t fathers and mothers. V -::. +C( TIle two men had some difficulty earlyIn .

: without griping, irritating, or !nauseating and which cleanses the system effectuaI1y"i. i r- by an old dispute between tnem.
without producing that constipated habit which results from the use of the old- ; L \":! They met later in the day directly in Pensacola than other city in the .

> time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should be so ': ':.';;.d\ I front of Kelly's home when It seems any

rA. carefully guarded. If you would have: them grow to manhood omanhoodl.' ;;..<.l Kelly renewed the fight United States because it is the .natural
Cam' strong, healthy and happy do not give them medicines, when medicines are not ;J0 I Mrs. Kelly who .was in her homeat ,

2;; r. needed, and when nature needs assistance in the!way of a laxative, give them only -?......._....:\ I the beginning of the quarrel of gateway for more of the commerce of this ,:.
immediately procureda
the simple, pleasant and gentle-Syrup of Figs. ." the two men,

r .,,: = Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the Luatiye:1;- ""\ i to gun her from husband.the house When and she carried reachedhim it country than any other port by the canal. '
principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our / 'r!
original method of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do Earner had driven some distance

,. L not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to ', .. \ overtook away from him the and house, turning but Kelly, fired soon on
increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name .of the Company: :d him, the load taking effect In Earner's

tom'' CALIFORNIA FIG, SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package.. In ... s j ;. forehead and killing him in I a harbor of 30 feetin depth. This depth
to its"beneddal" .M\. ";
order get '. ;: Kelly immediately went to Bonifay:
s w' effects it is always necessary / and gave himself up to the authorities of harbor has been secured at a cost of .

to buy the genuine \ and was placed in jail

sue' r only. For all re- i'= .f. N. The body of Earner was Interrednear seventy-five million dollars. ,
Graceville. He leaves a wife
{ .,,,.i, ., 11.abledritggisia. 't.d: ;.. a o and four children.:_
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,&Td WIFELY SYMPATHY. |Pensacola has a harbor of -33 feet depth : '

..s_ .',t .- _./ .. .,z -: e: 7r I there Are Tunes Hssbaad.where It Is Bad Pera at the entrance, and much 'greater depth-'-.-'

Suppose after a woman Is marriedshe and the best of anchorage inside the har-
finds that ,ner husband I Is'one of ,

the kind who are who,quick are easily to give discouragedand up In the bar" Nature has provided 'our harbor .'

\ : face of difficulties. Bow can she help

: him and arouse hilt from his feelings 1", of :,,cost. .

of despair and lethargy? J It. j C j \ J .". t
(' Th problem la a c2!(Bcult one but bj t t

: E-J'2 k :: I II I < no wilt means, however Impossible, must of act solution.warily and A '1 1 I i CfThe' e' time has come when the law of

I 1 .: If she Is about the 1 .
t tactfully to bring *
: desired result- In the*:first place; .f 1..s1ipply and demand asserts itself aId. .
course It Is absolutelr'taeDt1aJ; that *

she should bJde.tMr real feelings concerning : : renders the immense" value of Pensacola : '< .
her husband ,if these tend

FALL FESTIVAL ElECTION .A toward Secondly the,slightest she most contempt take care' not to harbor available.. This means money to > :

I. sympathize with his weakness. Easily r
FOR PENSACOLA discouraged men have a craving for every holder of Pensacola Real Estate. '
sympathy: which ats very Intense. A
wife's sympathy with ber husband's
failures often causes the latter to lose

W. C. Jones Suggests That I the last Friday's Pensacola effort Driving on the Associationfrom part of being energy a, ambition failure She'and thus even does shame harm at Walk in r and "Talk it .. Over" With Us. t

every standpoint-social, sporting Continued First Instead of roocL.Hope i
( from Page.)
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Movement .Be Started and financial was really phenomenal epcouragement-theee:
I Fairbanks, and there the result is
; and were it not the rankest
are the levers.with: ,which a wife may 1
to This End. i heresy for me to do sot should return largely due to the great popularity of
{ iI the suggestion that the Pensa- the vice president. la those two! spur.her weak;.ntaband up the ladder
I cola Carnival Association and the states Roosevelt did not figure, whilein 1 of success, but sympathy will pun him I
Pensacola Driving Association be New York he was the only issue." i down. Of course It to a difficult undertaking 0t
SUCCESS OF HORSE SHOW INDICATES !I merged into' one body for the social This may or may not be a true summing to alter a man's character 'I '
I and sporting pleasure and financial up of the situation, but it will and Instill Into him qualities that ht Pensacola IllvestiueIit Co. ; f
WEEK OF AMUSEMENT i profit of Pensacola; that a movementbe put the.people to thinking. 11 does not possess by nature. but a a
I inaugnr&ted at once to finance a Hearst Eliminated. wife's fortene is'bound up In her bus
COULD BE MADE ANNUAL FEATURE ( permanent_fall fair association, which It la evident that Mr. Hearst has I band's. What he is sod illy and financially -- J
'I will not only guarantee rensacola an I been eliminated as a possible nominee -i she is; and If she sits down Jj
IF CARNIVAL AND DRIVING ; quietly No. 1 N. Palafox St. 1
(| annual horse show, but also a week's'festival of the Democrats for President, and accepts failure. she Is as weak Under Methodist Church. iiq
ASSOCIATIONS WERE of racing and other amusements but it is by no means certain that i iiL'iir
and he Is.
usually attendant upon an old the doctrines advocated by him have: at cowardly as
M'ERGED. I I been eliminated. It la certain, how A wife who wishes to encourage her' .
time, jet always entertaining country : '
Ij I I fair. ever that at this-time those doctrines husband should make him believe that :-1-----: t .. ;.- :- -=' : ::_i<:._ _;ii

j f Merge the Carnival Association and have not taken a strong hold on the: she thinks .him one of the ,cleverest -- L'a
The horse show, given uuder the rural districts, but they have seized I of men. Not for one moment should -
the Pensacola Driving Association into I ]
the sentiment in the: abe allow him to that she does not FAIR FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
upon pmblic see i need have
auspices of the Pensacola Driving Association one concern immediately followingour 111 no terrors f.jy
?I great cities, and their hold there is I consider he is the very essence of courage ASH t1i,
:Mardi Gras and In- DAY
next carnival
last Friday, proved conclusively ... if 'send v/ashi '
stitute Instead of a Mardi Gras carnival I(growing stronger year by year. The I determination and perseverance. Plan Laid For a. Intrraatl l Ex. IV you your to
that Pensacola is a town, of t Democratic state ticket stood on the p *ttlo",There IB 1913. "
a fall festival of sports-a horseshow The more a man knows he does not t The New ffiethod Laundry,
and horsewomen [platform of Hearst ,and, with more!1 1I Rnftta P. chairman:of the
hcrsemen par excellence Jennings '
horse racing. and an Industrialand possess these qualities for which his PHONE 1186/ E.W.LAWRENCE. Prop Ke. Methedl-aondi Bid|. 8V. .JII IHI n
; that equestrianism is a sport agricultural fair to show the pos or less strength, indorsed his doctrines I wife lauds him the more sure he Is to executive committee of the apromotion' AGENTS WANTED.Cooper's na
in hlch Pensacolians are intensely sibilities of productions, in this section I ,. and the tremendous vote I II affect them and, to try to live',up"to committee who is In New :
Interested; that! without doubt, Pen- and instead of an indirect there I I polled,by,it, notwithstanding of the Hearst'sideleat I Ii what be believes she thinks,, he 'Is. 'Tort aiding in the establishment! of an C'Jf
is evidence strength
would be a direct financial profit to an makes 'eut m branch of that body, said''recently _/d'll': JfG
Is other who
i There no such
cola wants and would enthusiastically I of the Hearst idea, of governmental! "
every resident ,of ..Pensacola.By according to the New York
It must be taken this ,1 a show of bravery as the man who sus
i support a horse" show aka permanent all means Pensacola must have policy. way I Times, that San Francisco is going to ....... ............ ,
or admitted to be a rebuke by the pests his own courage.-New York eo. .................. .......
fall feature or function "for their a permanent horse show a week\ ,. have an International exposition In 0i tc
of the President and his meth- werl:8 n.
amusement and profit; that Pensacola every year devoted to the horse, and 1913. .
In either fnrnisbes food
ors. I Medicines j jI ji
to what Pensacola and west Floridacan
must be a horse show town hereaf- and does contribute to this indus; for reflection. Eliminating Mr. Hearstas Tht exposition, which will be called
1 Iter. i a possible candidate will bring forward THE STOLEN HORSEAn the Pacific Ocean exposition, will be In ItA
trial and agricultural '
In reality, all things considered- .- C.. JONES. Mr. Bryan once more. Old Proverb With a Now'ppllc i celebration of the discovery of the Pacific I in Great Demand. !
result, however, "
the postponement of the date of the There Is another _tion. I byBalboa; said Mr. Jennings."It .
the imaginary of.a few and that is the eyes of the Democratic will also celebrate the opening of The remarkable demand for the the J
show poverty
-Winner.. The woods are full of "s -alled". opportunity to tell the "uL't!
Pensacohans, following the storm party will turn more and more to the remedies for Baldness. the Panama canal wMch we expect New Discovery medicines with what these wonderful medicines
and the influence exerted by. the Memphis,. Tenn.- .-, Nor. 12.-Sewanee. I i South for the next leader. The SouthIs You may call anything in creationa will be ready by that .ne. Congresswill which' 'L.; Y. Cooper'has been having I have done for me. My eatferiEg J S
chronic knockers of everything attempted defeated Mississippi at football here: practically solid; it stands for the remedy but to use them is like be asked to appropriate $ I such wonderful ''success In the for the past fifteen years has teen f1tl
In Pensacola-the success of I to-day, the, score being 24 to 0.I 1 1I very best the there party is there in Democratic is getting policies the- locking the stable after the horse Is condition that an equal um U raised cure of_ stomach and Kidney more than I can describe for dill *
I to stolen. i In California. troubles. Catarrh. Rheumatism and tug all that time I have seldom J
Idea that the time has come assert
I -- itself, and the selection of a candidate : Baldness aid Dandruff are causedby "The Idea of an exposition was first; other disease seems to increase! had a well day.; My appetite was *
I from that section would emphasize a germ-If you don't kill the. germ suggested by'R. B. Hale, a dry goods every day.' His visIt in New Orleans 'I very Irregular. SometImes I souls J
the fact that sectional division the germ will kill the hair. I manufacturer of San Francisco, in a for the pact few' weeks baa! not get enough to eat and at otli+ *
Scientists have labored with the created a sensation in the South,I times the very sight of food would *
has indeed passed away. speech before the members of the California
I problem of' a preventative for Bald- the like of which has never, been make me rick. I I
Taken as a whole th6 situation, promotion commie at a dinner I known. suffered greatly
RYALHI so far as it concerns 1908 Is very ness for many years.Newbro's In June 1904. Since that time we have I from constipation. I did not seen k
much mixed, and It is too early to Herplclde is the productof been quietly at work gathering statistics His remedies are r well known In to get any strength from what f J
; make predictions as to who the candidates, or which, party will druff and prevent Baldness because been held In the past. Our idea is to famous cures which they have slightest exertion would near are J
i iI win. The tidal wave that swept\ over germs cannot exist when you apply' Z effected In St. Louis, Milwaukee, out completely.,- It was a great .
iI I the country in 1904 has not only been Herpicide. profit by the errors and successes of Pant Minneapolis, and other :effort for me 'to attend. to my da
Bakin cI I stopped, but it has, in fact been turn Herpicide is a valuable hair dress- these expositions."In i.i.8t.> cities of the central western ,ties. I was rery nervous and at *.
I ed backward, and the backward flow ing and scalp disinfectant as well as the rehabilitation of San Francisco J | are 'Well rememberedThe !night I could not rest well I wore <
may possibly Increase. Who Is wise a cure for Dan'druff.For we are keeping this exposition In 4 retail druggists cay they have I I wake up In the morning feeling 4. J
enough to say? sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, mind. It Is Influencing our judgment never, known any medicines for tired as when I went to be.. rbi'" *
I: Powder druggist and apothecary, 121 South In certain matters concerning the rebuilding : which there Was" such 'a constant':were few days that I did not bv *
THE HOME DOCTOR.Do Palafox street send iwc. in stampsto *
or of the city. Our chief concern demand and the continued reports dreadful headache and time .
The Ilerpicide- Detroit Mich. in the rehabilitation at this time is util : of marvelous eU"Tes that are being1published I would have queer dizzy ipella .
not bathe the body for at toast an ity. At, present we are planning to t everywhere :are a.. topic thought for a time that I hr 5 t
I; ABSOLUTELY PURE hour after meals. make all our streets wide.. Van Xess of universal interest I I Catarrh and doctored for it, o::' hl
The Juice of lemon is excellent as a avenue Is wide and It stopped the fire. The newspapers-of- New Orleans'are without relief. Nothing I could ; gargle for sore throat but must not be We are going to make the streets of I still, printing interviews with seemed to benefit me and! when i J
Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from swallowed.To IF YOU AREPARTICULAR the new city wide for this reason. And those' whose ,case8 'are most extra- began to hear of tl.e wonderful wttt nE
refined cure A ringworm apply a strong then we are trying to devise some system Z or ;nary and as this, the last success Cooper was having
grapes, to absolute purity, is the active solution of borax and water three or ABOUT of salt water mains. It was distressing ; week 'of Coopers visit draws to a: his medicines in the treatment 0' .* pae

principle of every pound of Royal Baking four times a day and cover the place to see the city destroyed by close, the excitement seems .to cases similar to mine, I beg -
YOUR LINENand using his medicines. e
Powder. with the fine powder"very often. fire while water lay all around It. have increased rather tnaa abated. After I had taken his New Die bfbl
used.both Internally and ,"San Francisco's One case in particular that ha
Hot water greatest need Is covery medicine only a few days a j
) Hence it is that Royal Baking _Powder externally is highly ,recommended by the way it is laund- skilled labor. There are probably 35,- i attracted especial attention during horrible tapeworm of enormov- i
medical men asa cure for insomnia. ered is the 000 men engaged In the building trades the past few days is tnat 01 MI. size panted from my system any *
renders the food remarkable both for its fine Bathing the feet'in hot water to said to your now, and as many more could find em Leon Labuaqoiere, 1014 Burgundy, then I knew what had been cant ofQL:
t flavor and healthfulness. be particularly efficacious. kind we want, as we, ployment. There Is a remarkable scar- i St. New Orleans, who had been Ing me all this troutle. From r!' *

I For a simple cough cUre roast medium want to be appreciated.Let pity. of clerks bookkeepers and stenog- sick for for fifteen years and had .doctored time I improved rapidly and nap J
No alum sized lemon. When bot throughcut raph@fS. We are doing our best to get various diseases without feel well and strong again. I w.:' f Ith
x no phosphate-which are the and the Juice upon three us call! for your parcel !persona ,of this character to come. to i result There Vaa a -bright twinkle gladly. give any Information I em *.
: principal elements of the to-called cheap I of pulverized sugar. Take a ,' ;; the City." in the man's eye a radiant to any one who is suffering as *
ounces Z smile
on his face as he greeted *
f baking powden-and which are derived I spoonful 'whenever the cough is trou '--- .Z his interviewer the other 'day. was.The sale of Cooper's: medicla '* J

'f It; from bones, rock and sulphuric acid. I blesome.To The Star Steam LIGHT HOUSE BREADnone which' seemed to bespeak anything Pensacola has been pbenoa' :: *
i make honey ointment ,take equal but poor health. "I shall be and at Hooton's Pharmacy wbthe "' *
parts of honey and white flour and stir Laundry pleased to' state my experience" : remedies are sold In f r .' together with a little soft. water, Just 114 genuine without the I he said, In answer to a request It bble said that some very rec--*- cc.i
J enough to make .a/ thick; paste, solid 37 E. .Garden St Phone label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- "for my case ha/ been a most remarkable cures have been reported r o*
ROYAL BAKlNfl POWDER CO.. NEW_YOU*.__,. not liquid. This Ii one"of the good old Pensacola, Fla. j I one, and I am glad of,here at home. o .iC
t fashioned remedies for wares and bolls. ety. I +..........MIM.......+...11.1................e......


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rTR1! YESTERDAY_ Y w AS 51 CIGARS, i I I cir ilL H II The Tobacco That Made'- I


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IN SEASON ; Man's fondness for chewing tobacco is created and r

TOBACCOSAll couN Cll popularized by the tobacco produced in the famous Piedmont I

OVERCOATS I the leading brands of Cigars. Cigarettes tobacco belt Only choice selections of this'well
Minimum of 42 Occurred Pipes and Tobaccos which are iP- t
Degrees ways "just right as cur case Is kept (Continued from First, Page.) j matured, thoroughly cured leaf are used in making
just' ,n oi=t e oued to, Xeep them In
Yesterday7'i/Iorn-/ fect condition 'yet rot too ,damp to per destroy -I I tion of the cement upon the ground* SCHNAPPS. That's why SCHNAPPS requires, and 4
the pla!ure of the smoke' '. and in'tne building on the corner oflje 1 -
the Stein-Bloch tailors ing at 7 O'clock. We. .have fine! Brier'L'lp.s from ':2-!>c tQ'1 i j grounds and aujourned until v-'X' takes a smaller amount of sweetening than any other kind -
by "
$5 0 erschaum .
fiptn ;:.oa(;) to $15 00.{ [ '
for Pipes make YPrydPirablc present.. '4Hooton's 9:00 o'clock, p. m. :tt : -and that's why SCHNAPPS has a wholesome, stimu-
and made Yesterday
us es- was the coldest day experienced I i -- &th At the adjourned meeting of -'
pecially. The flare skirt, in Pensacola this season: the board on N'ov. 6th at 5:0'J o'clo-:kT. : lating and satisfying etlect on chewers.

in heavy mixed goods, at The the minimum weather bureau temperature'.was 42 recorded decrees I! Pharmacy witnesses. m., with were full examined board being as present to ceirfnt A ;; There are many'imitations of SCHNAPPS claiming to p

velvet collar, velvet I at 7 a. m., four degrees' lower than I bring pounded on in .ite of the be 'just as good," but without the flavor or quality that t

cuffs and rather on Oct. 11, when the' minimum was The Birthplace of new city haIL Messrs Chas H. Hill. d-'t: has made SCHNAPPS sales than all similar
edged 46 degrees. Prompl'Dell&'err. C.V... Jones, J. M Donivan and z. tobaccos. '
close body-fitting, repre- According to weather 'I I Ja:;. "'. Ely foreman on the work. i
maximum temperature was 54 and Mayor Bliss testified,that cement,
ents the latest metropolitan at 2.30 p. m. and the minimum 42'j I PHONE, 1100. had been pounded up and silted, and I

demand. Ours degrees at 7 a. m Last year on the the evidence went to show JJie same
same date the maximum 62 degress -- ---- -
was used in the const ction
% had been :i :
are beautifully made and and the minimum ,13 degrees.* the city hall. which the board cji or

just m from the fashion I Frost would have formed yester- OPERA HOUSE passed the following resolution
day but the winds
morning for high '"'Vhereas, The testimony before
centers. They will fit, I prevailing but it is expected this this board shows that damaged -

for they were made to do j I morning that* there will be consider Thursday, November 15. has been used in the construction r:' '
able frost notlceaoJe-.1| Last year the It is made the Reynolds factories famous
of the city hall contrary to the 1 producing the best j
it. .\ try on takes only a first frost occurred on Nov. 12, J chewing tobaccos clean
THE MITTENTHAT sitpclfications. and by sanitary processes, under the same
minute. Ask the price. The trace of rainfall the noticeable BROTHERS Whereas An examination of the direction, since 1375,of men who have made the business alife study. ?2K<
Sunday night was first since Oct. 5c
6. a period of 3ft days, which equalea I AMUSEMENT CO. (INC) cement shows all. ,barrels exauined \55 fti They are the largest,and best equipped fiat plug factories in the 5fe>
the dry period of 1891!) which held the Offer the Dainty Musical Farce to Therefore be.more or, be less it damaged Resolved by That ; ;9 world and are ,situated in the very center of the world greatest ? .

record in the history of the local this board condemn said cementas \'L 4t! chewing tobacco district.If .

weather period without bureau rain.of being the longest. LOVERS not conforming to specifications, ;B.( jj you've never chewed SCHNAPPS, now is the time to get

OTANDARD fLOTHINGfO.JIBIESEN I AND |and acquainted with the cleanest, most healthful, stimulating, satisfying e- ; .
t- Resolved Th tall
DATIIOIDR. work performed with the cementbe wholesome, form in which tobacco can be used. Do not accept .

LUNATICS condemned as not conforming; to t. Uti imitations.

a-- LEVVE: : SESSIONS By Walter Coleman .Parker specifications Oth. The .board and contract.also uisseJ a resolution !ft-r : R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.,'Winston-Salem, N. C. 1fO'k4

<- that the architect after having -
With (
SCARRITT Dr. Lewe Sessions father of Mrs. examined the cement on hand I

Aotrt for OF Diebold ALL Safe DESCRIPTIONS and$ Lock Co.. Dr. W. 3. Hannah, of this city has JOE.MORRIS and having heard the testimony of ( ,
pasted away at hie home in Alabama. the Board of
v.anton. Ohio. the witnesses before '
Office!! and Saletroom-20 E. COY St. Of him the Montgomery' Advertiser AS "I KEY 'RO ENSTEIN"His Work, be \requested. furnish_this .Has Less Sweetening than.
.- of" yesterday said''The ( Original Character) board with his written opinion as to '
SOMETHING NEW news of the death of .Dr. the character ot the' material used :
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Supported by a Notable company of < Imitations :
[CWed Besnt] Pins, 25 and 30c per piUW.A.Gahlenbeck.218S Lewe Sessions has caused much sorrow Playert' including the Famous Dainty and the work done 'on' the city hall
Paljfoi! Si throughout this section for in Beauty Chorus. building 0 the present day. Such request 4
his death, the country. loses one of Prices 25. 50; 75 and $1. Seats on sale has 'not been compiled witn M. ..'& --=----- .. '

-- -- its most._successful citizens: and one Tuesday. to_this_.. time._ .. ., ... .
COTTRELL, '. ; ..iI.
wnose life has been a blessing to I 10th The Doara runner uviu : :I _
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. humanity In his day with generations 'toemploy' 'a 'competent ruaa: to inspect.the MAN SUPPOSED
Peniacola. 'na.TURTOt1 At .the ripe old age of S! years hi material'used and the w irk We are offering some.dressed damaged I

L- -- fell asleep at 7.05 clock in the midstof DIG AflJERTISINGCAMPA1GN dcne on the city hall' building durin J
4 BELL.FhGTOGRAPHcRS family and friends and went to his all:working'hours. of the day. In corn lumber at .
JhCE 1870Kc reward beyond the swelling flood. He pliance. with this decision Mr. has a bargain. '
something like a half a million dollars :: I zesenting1.the I Board,of Public worlts'j We can fill all orders now for ,new
R. K. WHITE, but in ,the midst of a very busy outi has been on the work '
""alcllwIL MUtiilaetiiring Je.,lir. and Gradua life he found time-Jto devole himselfto tine,.making. his report daily.. i ..
(ptlc,an.30 S. !ralatoi Street. PmacoU. Fla. church matters and was an active. 11th. This board further dirccic;. !' stock shipment arriving daily. '
member of the Methodist church. He the' architect to examine:the,Cement; .SHEffiElD
was noted for his liberally to charitable now on thfe'site of tb city hall .building

Tersely Told purposes and towards all worthy PLANNED and he was also'directed to order) H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY
enterprises for the upbuilding of his the contractor to remove thciefromucder ,

Jos Chunn of Washington arrived country and humanity. the terms of .nis contract all I I
In Pensacola yesterday norning The Dr. was born. in Griffin, Ga damaged cement. r Some Disposition Will Be
At the able age of 23 years he was 12th. The' specifications ror"the
Bryan Trammel!, of Dothan Ala is married to a .:Miss: Music. of Columbus The new city, hall provide that the cement :Made of Stranger's
in the city on a short business visit. and moved to Alabama. Massengale Advertising at all times that it
county shall be kept dry i DEPOT LOAN OFFICE.All
The fiends of Richard Tamer will Three ears afterward,he lost his wife shall be stored in suitable. build Body Soon.The .
be sorry to learn that he- is quite ill. and returned to his Georgia home Agency : ing and that it shall be free from
He was next married to Miss Carrie ware-house set. Contrary to these kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks
I.urrecs: Caw then, of Dertmiak, was ,
of Two Well Known
Simmons. his wife, with the cement has not
present specifications
among. the victors In Pensacola yesterday whom he lived fifty-two years and been kept dry; having been wet d,ring body of the stranger who met Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money

has made Union Springs his home Experts. the recent storm:''and the build. death :one week ago by asphyxiation, loaned on personal property. We handle all kinds of
Mrs. E Coulson left a few days ago i ever since. The old home ac it now ing'' in 'whicbr it*was"'stored having Is*still at POUP undertaking parlors
for Louisville. where she will spend I stands has held many reunions of Preparatory to the season of 1907, 'been blown down or unroofed: and and ,the! nearest anyone has yet come Jewelry, both new and second-hand. Don't forget.I .
a few dais with her daughter. Mrs. the family who are scattered throughout the, ,staff of the :Massengale Advertising every barrel examined I Y this bo2.rdi was when THE WATCHMAKER
to identification yesterday I Plpmpnt
J. Barfield I I Georgia. Alabama, Honda Texas Agency Is being enlarged two showed more or less set.It is claimed -: ? E. UltlllUlli,
106 East Street.
of Sneads,,Fla, said he Wright
, Capt. Jacob Kryger who has beenin Arkansas and Tennessee He was prominent advertising men from oth by the'architect that the ce'uent i Mr. McMillan i
:. Mobile with Mrs. Kryger. who is the means of bringing all the loved er cities having already accepted has been spoiled 'is separated fioia thought the man was Ed. J. Sheffield -
quite sick, returned Sunday, but upon ones together. They looked forwardto places with the agency and: are now that which Is good. but I with this who had been employed in one of the
home-coming. He devoted busily engaged in laying out some of this board has nothing. to do as we
a .
receipt of a tele&Tam. left again on bridge crews of the Louisville & Nashville -
the first train to be with his -wife.Mr twenty-two years to the practice of the big campaigns fpr the coming can only supervise: according. to' the but who is of an excellent family -
medicine and to the drug business. in year. specifications.. : ? .
Fred Brotr Mrs. C. Toenes which he accumulated sufficient W. H. Benjamin a"*ell-known eastern 13th.: Since Mr. C1i d. II. Hill has in Quitman, Ga. r9EI ; )
and Mrs William Ery, of Mobile ar means to organize and establish the advertising man and rate expert, been appointed inspector he has beer This corresponds to the belief I
med in the city yesterday. afternoon Bullock County Bank at .Union i has come ,from Philadelphia to take on the grounds during the working: which exists in Mobile, where the' I II
to attend the Aiken Ranch wedding Springs. Making a success of that i. charge of the agenCY's office work. hours continuously, and has had con, stranger called upon Jett Bros. and!I I .
Wednesday evening. he bank Mr: with the Ayer AdvertUing trouble in entering protests
established a a Marietta, Ga Benjamin was ."idcrable !
later received a letter from that firm I I
Mr Ite)', Western Union Tele- He was also president of the old ( Agency for 18 years and when work was contrary to specifics II
paph operator' has been joined by state bank in Montgomery ,and of | was for four years with Powell &. tione, OH ing to there being no representative enclosing a check. The letter was I I
his mother of Pensacola. and they Clayton's first bank. In 1890 he wentto Armstrong. He isell' Known and of the architect on the found upon his person. It is probable I
Ire: now pleasantly domiciled in the Ozark Ala.,." and established the popular. all over the United States. |grounds to wnom he could enter such that some disposition *ill,be made of
residence recently vacated by Mr. Planters and Merchants Bank. This i Another recent addition to the Mas i protests. the body at an early date. I.
John L. Home.-.tlarianna Times. business proved of the greatest success sengale staff is Jeff Palmer for many t 1 rUth. In his daily report of Nov.
Courier. of any of the several banks before years traveling solicitor for the Chat i 8th, to this board Inspector Kill reports Wants to go Home. I
established, having increased its tanooga News Mr. Palmer is now I that the sand being used is not The oman, who has about recovered -
, Its the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" that capital rapidly. The earnings of this engaged in similar work for the 'Mas I clean sharp sand and of a nature totally from the illness caused by inhaling .I
:: touches the exact spot. Get Blue bank have established banks at En. sengale Agency. He has a reputation -[ unfit for footings of concrete, the gas, wants to return to her I I
. Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely terprise Clio and Newton. all over the south as a businessgetter. i:On this he entered protest to MriFulgwm. .. home whicn she says is in Monroe i I
, pure go twice as far and the. "The Dr. has gone from among us, I i the representative of the .ir count, Ala., and it is possible that I I
=: "Blae Ribbon Flavor" is perfection. and we mourn with all the country. With these two additions the chitect. This sand, he reports wa? an inquest will be held soon in order'i.I
,: Ask for the 2oc size. His wise, conservative counsel will staff and other enlargements improvements -i admitted to be the only sand used upI that her testimony can be tak n. She.,
, be missed oy those nearest him and in the service, now being I I to the present time in the construction was able yesterday to walk about the I
} its loss will be felt by those further Installed the sengale Agency is of the foundation of the city boarding house. I
; Menthol Cough Candy I off. The imprint of his wisdom is placing itself in a position to give bet. ,hall and that this sand was declined; II I

. : soothes and relieves the inflamed -i left us as a precious heritage and it ter service to its patrons tnan ever b/; Mr. Ausfeld as a clean sharp sandin TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tablets 11
will abide in Southeast Alabama long before, and the year. of 190 promisesto the construction of another building Take LAXATIVE Bl OMO Quinine if it fails- I ,
refund money
: air Druggists
passages stops after the present generation,has passed -I be the best in the,agency's history. In this city, for foundation footings to cure t* \V. GROVE'S signature is on "
: that hacking cough. At The i away. : each box :25"! I
Sun&.Tues "The Dr. professed an abiding faith I Dry, dusty weath inflames 15th. The inspector further imports
! Crystal_Pharmacy. I in the God of the universe and expressed the throat and air that ther is a stretch of rear wall The kind that mother
a willingness to go when the pas- earth foundation prepared for footings madeoldfashioned horehound -
: LIGHT HOUSE BREADnone Master should calL sages. Menthol Cough'Candy immediately in the rear of ele
"He leaves two 'children, ,Mrs. Dr. vator footings which he pronounces: candy for coughs and
: genuine without the Coleman of Ozark, and Mrs Dr. Hannah relieves and cures it. A I a bed of soft sand and totally unfit colds. At The Crystal Phar-I \

: label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- of Pensacola; one grand son Mr fresh supply at The Crystal for 'footings and totally unable to Sat&Tu I 'j .1.1rIul
Lewe F Sessions of- Ozark and his sUnfi the weight of a twostoryall.. macy. .
: ery.q" sorrowing wife to, mourn his loss" This was also protested as the balance I
q PERSONS of the rear wall footing had "Runyan's Rollers.
.. .. .
-- -
inspector was unable
been placed.
cp ''to examine it but suggests that LIGHT HOUSE BREAD HE new Imperial-swellest I 0 ver- i''.1
c las THE SYSTEM PASS. AWAYThomas the sink may extend under it also the ::
and that. close inspection and test: -none 'genuine without of the and the
S S S should be made: label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- T coat year smartest -

Webb for many years a 16th.. On No>. Sth, the inspector: for
: OF MALARIA resident of Pensacola.: and a memberof reported to this board that he had: ery. I .5 sfen brough out many a season. .
the Stev Hlo.- -s Benevolent Association called the attenion of Architect Ful" ;
The healthy color of the skin is given to it by the millions of little red died csterday at his home in hum; to the fact that many brick outside without having applied out This is the Coat you will see worn by all the best : '
C corpuscles in the blood. These are the carriers of nourishment, health and this ciir Ho iii been ill for several ; had been laid dry, in violation to; 7-S inch plaster. as I
t trength to all parts of the body-in other words the very life of the weeks. and during the past'few days]I specifications, and that'' they would I side coating for in of specifications. 1 dressers this winter. Dignified, simple, aristocratic i,
<> blood. \\lten the germs Of Malaria get into this vital fluid they destroy his death has been etJ'cted'almost:: I probably require relaying. He again; 18. On Nov 12th the inspector reports in the extreme, it is thoroughly a Gentleman's gar- .
: these corpuscles and rob the blood of its rich, bfes-ustaming qualities ren- daily. The flag over the hall of S. reported protest to the sand in use as that .in the forenoon the con!
: enng it thin weak and watery and unable to supply the system with the B. A. No 1 was z.:.. half mast duringthe I not to contract grade., tractor: commenced filling the inside j jI ment. Equally appropriate as a Dress Overcoat or ,

: needed strength to resist disease. Then the symptoms of Malaria such as day out oj reFpect to the deceased 17th On Nov 10th the inspector trench of the south outsiae wall with, an every-day convenience. You can see from the 1 ,
I "
; pale sallow complexions, weak vitality, poor appetite deranged digestion, a and .no v ilk was done in the outside reports that wall the had north been end back of filled west en I I'lout. tamping with a' heavy ram. as. picture the distinguished look this new French flare :t I
: pneral'"Jet down"condition of the system and perhaps chills:and slighter 'im.The I per paragraph 3 of specifications.
. .show that this insidious disease is gradually affecting the entire health. funeral will probably occur I, '', ter protesting. Mr. Fulghum had the I back gi\es. You'viU like the model ; buy a genuine 4

: Malaria mu t be removed from the system through the.circulation, and the this aftercijoi.Mrs. Arthur McConnell. I 1 : same removed and an eight ((8) inch Schloss-made garment in this style and you will like I

: edlCme impure to accomplish this is S. S. S. It not only cleanses theblood: of all Mrs Arthur McConnell, formerly line 19th.and AccordIng tamped. to the speciflca I the coat. In no other can jou find the same unfail-

. b. unhealthy matter, but rids the system of Malaria, and restores the Of this city but for some years a tions there is to be no filling and ing style materials and fine hand-tailoring. .
: :aod to a strong! healthy condition. S. S.: S., besides_removing the germs resident \Varnngton, passed a'va/ Children t tamping until after all the founda- -
. ? "ilana. builds up and gives tone and vigor to the entirt system by its there yesterday afternoon after a [ tions are in and have been Inspected We are sole local agents for the celebrated Schloss- : j
: It n"toim' effects Malaria is a blood disease, and S. S. S.. cures it because lingering illness. She leaves a husband do I by the architect.,and. for this reason. x tlh a Pc-fect blood purifier. Book on the blood and any medical advicq and a number of relatives 'to I certainly ; the inspector has protested against of these unequaled garments at prices from $15 up. We t t
out her loss. The will. I until fonnda-I have all the latest styles in Fine and medium Suits 'i
mourn interment I. and
. I charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. the grow sturdy on I'any filling tamping and Overcoats all prices and everything that's good t f'' .
-- be in cemetery. I Itlon 13 completed and passed upon fMti!
: in Winter Furnishings. "
Sigurd Leander Henricksen. 20th. This board considers it necessary ,
Sigurd Leander, the Infant son of: I to the best Interests of the
i HOT-PRESSED1 Mr., and Mrs. Oscar Hcnrickson. ex: city to have' an inspector upon the
4'+ y T e IUCCes. of the season Two new styles of writing par or rather two pired Sunday at the home or his par-: GrapeNutsTHERE'S work of the new city hall at all times WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. jj ti
'lftlfS LInefl of one style In our Eton' H0t Pressed Velluin and fc *onf. Cold_ PreM' ents. He had reached the age of,.8 : and asks the approval of this council ,
months and three weeks had i ,of an inspector "
and selection
in the ,
i :e convinced that TO WEAR
: success with which this sty!. has already met. bat us EVERYTHING
110 been ill for the REASON. that the council
Pressed"' will be the style In writing paper this season. past seventeen days A and'' asks further. ,
The'bereaved parents nave' the sympathy -. -,- "Mt
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NOVEMBER 13, 1906.
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!liberal policy on the part of congress Hrn; .*!rll*;:f1l.f- :-- '- I

; toward all harbors and waterwayswith f 1 r

t.l1en'utola mifnal annual appropriations sufficient THE PROPOSED COTTON COMPANY. 1ij
in amount to improve each and all as & SALE
speedily as possible.In -- *. CLOSINGOUTEverything
i (Savannah News.)
the rivers and harbors of the i
i United States not regarding In what Hf. -N-. ." ,
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. state or territory the1'river may be --L

and not regarding whether the har- That Is a big and: comprehensive -
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY bor is on the sea coasts or on the plan for the control of the price of

...BY... great lakes beneficlent nature has cotton which) the executive committee in this Store Goes at and BELOW COST.
provided the true highways of trade of the Southern Cotton Association -

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. and l'Ommerce-the true freight rate has under consideration. Is

regulators-and the government of the to form a company with a capital of Sale continues until everything is gone. ii 1
United States for too long has neglected 100000000. erect a sufficient number -
FRANK L MAYES President and General Manager them almost entirely or given of warehouses throughout the I !t
them such scant attention as to be cotton states to hold a large per cen- : :

i of comparatively little service to tage of the crop fix the price of cot-' ...... t
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. those who hoped to be benefited ton at the beginning of the season,! ...... tl l T'.

t tOM ther by. It is useless to-day: to discuss and buy and store all the cotton that]I 'K

i SUBUCRIPTION RATES the reasons for this neglect but is offered at the fixed price and keep 5 10 New Domestic : .. The best machine
Tear .. .. ...........$5" 00 One Month .._ .. .. .. .. 45 there is now being manifested an it until the price is obtained. Inej;I'. ;
Six Months .. .. ... ,. .. 2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 .j awakening in all sections of the country price of the shares Is to be $5 each, '
Three Month.. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per year..fl (0 that shall soon be in position to it being fixed low so that the small| Sewing Machines at made--noted for light ;
demand the consideration that -has farmers can become interested in the

The Only Psnsacola Newspaper From Which 'a Detailed 1 hitherto may been have begged.It been the. recentdiscussion company.The plan has as yet only been proposed -j i'I( actual cost. -HL JiL running. !

Circulation Statement Can He Secured. over the railroad rate regulation :: and discussed. Its further con I
bill that has caused the eyes of the sideration has been postponed until ...... '
people to turn toward nature's highways the January meeting of the committee i 1 ...... '

I'I I' for commerce, or it may have Between now and that meeting
L .... Clt n ,l Bom* 38B I I Papers on Sate on Trains been an awakened consciousness of there will be time for a pretty thor- I ,
IMJ office ,600
I adatHNewSnd:. unused possibilities with which our ough discussion of the plan and for! and below
i country is so richly endowed. Whatever discovering whether or not the farmers -: Lot of nice Lace Curtains at cost.

has been the cause the people are likely to it. I
Office. Journal Building-Conner,Intendencla .nd DeLuna St*. i have been awakened to the fact that As far as we are able to see it will I' Bedroom Suits: Sideboards, Hat Racks, Chiffonieres and

whatever pertains to the bettermentof : not be necessary to depend upon the

PENSACOLA. FLORIDA TUESDAY )lOP"IXG. NOVEMBER 13. 1906. our waterways and harbors will cotton producers for the capital for I Couches also a nice line of Reed and Oak Rockers, Straight
attractions be
hereafter :
hold greater I the scheme. It ought not to ,

than ever before. cult to get that amount of money fort ; I Chairs Sofas Dining' Tables Lamps Toilet Sets Pictures at

I that if Mr. Hearst 'had been success- Early in this year President Roosevelt provided there is sufficient assurance ,
i Complexion of / ful In discussing this same matter that the cotton farmers would Cots Centre Tables T
there is no telling what_ would Wardrobes Iron Beds Mirrors Clocks
the Next Congress. have happened. He is of the opinion, with a number of Interested gentlemen give It their support It would be : ,

that because Mr. Bryan advocated the said: "A congress like this better, of course for the cotton farm- i Three Felt
Now that the returns from last absolutely -' Ten rolls of Japanese Matting at cost.
t policies of Mr. Hearst and urged his (meaning the rivers and harbors con- en to own the stock and thus etc.
week's election are all in, a rcilew election he goes down with him.. Mr. gress) Is always welcome because it control the company, thoughits 11

1 of the situation shows that the Bryan doesn't agree with that view. has at heart the affairs In which the control would be in a great measure Mattresses at cost. .
I whole nation Is deeply concerned fort assured if the charter provided ?
From llive
that appearedin
licans had good cause for some
the since the electionit Is unnecessary to say that those the company should be absolutely '
the strenuous efforts of the newspapers who live remote from any navigable in the hands of a committee of sacrafice Two loads Bookcasesand C
is that
safe to assume Mr.Bryan Lot of Baby Buggies and Go-Carts at a ,
tration and the respective republicanstate thinks the defeat of Mr. Hearst is river from any deep sea harbor have cotton farmers even though the ownership

organizations as the democrats helpful to his candidacy for the demo almost as great, though an indirect of the StOCk was in the handsof I Writing Desks. A few pieces second-hand furniture at your, own price. L

gained 26 seats in the House of Rep ocratic nomination for president concern In their proper care and development capitalists.If .

resentatives.In What Mr. Hearst advocated wasn't of our commerce dependsin the farmers supported the plan, r
large part upon the intelligent and there doesn't seem to be any reason "
the present House the Republicans condemned.the Any same other principles democrat would advocating treatment of the rivers and harborsof for thinking they wouldn't, be- Come early and get your pick. Look for sign: "CLOSING-OUT SALE. !' E

hold %49 seats but In the Six have been elected governor. Hearst's the United States." cause they would get the price ,fixed

tieth Congress they will have ,but methods, his purpose to have himself When, we begin to compare what for cotton from the company if theycouldn't

:223;: ; the democrats now have 137 nominated for president and the ene- this great rich country of ours has get it in the open market its
spent upon its watercourses with the difficult to see why It wouldn't bea
seats but in the next congress will mies he had made were largely the of the States Steel Furnitufo House
sums expended by some coun- success. The United Fishof
hold 163. This reduces the present l cause of his defeat, tries of Europe we begin to see the Company has a much larger capital :

republican majority of 112,to 60. I The Hon. Poultney Bigelow Panama enormity of our neglect in this direction than it is proposed the cotton corn- ,

In the senate the republicans I correspondent remarks the Atlanta The United States has spent pany shall have and its business is
I the sum of $170,000,000 in round figures far more complicated than the cotton .
gained seats from Colorado Idaho Journal is. probably wondering in E. Intendencia Street. c
I on this work since 1820. Holland company's would be. \ Phone 983. 138-140
Montana and Oregon while the how many different ways the presi-- haS paid out $1,600,000() France fl- Of course, able management wouldbe

_ Tats elected the two senators dcmo-I[dent Is.going to call him a liar. 120,000. The average amount expended necessary and a small army of ---- -u-: }

the new state of Oklahoma in this country annually during:the employes would be indispenslble. but ---- '
The Position of past decade for rivers and harbors the expense of management and em- 1
a net democratic loss of two seats. I
has been something over $19,000,000; ployes> wouldn't be a heavy burden
The total number of senators Is 92- ChairmanGriggs. England spent $200.000,000 on Liverpool on the cotton, provided enough cotton .A ""I'baely JUke. PEONAGE CASES TO COME 1_

two from each of the 46 statesandthe Chairman Qriggs of the National harbor alone ana spent $27,000.- were sold to the company. The purpose Some jean ago the Ddke of Con-

republicans will have a majorityof Democratic Campaign Committee undoubtedly 000) on New Castle harbor; France of preventing capitalists from naught visited Japan and was taken

34 in this body. provoked afthe failure ot spent $24.000,000 on Marseilles harbor getting control of the company Is apparent by Sir Edwin Arnold round the bazars BrORECOURT TODAY : I
and $35,000,000 on Havre harbor it might with its advantage of Tokyo where be bought many curious -
The Daily Herald and Dally Globe! the party to elect a governor In New alone; so when it is openly stated go into the market depress the toys and specimens of Japanese ),
I York and a majority in the Sixtieth that it is the desire of the rivers and price of cotton below its real value, he remarked toElf
the evening
of Tampa have been absorbed by the I art. In
harbors congress to'ask the national buy the cotton at a price a little! Will Make -
Dally News of that city, which will i II Congress is quoted as saying: congress to appropriate the sum of above the market price and then hold Edwin that he had seen most of Counsel Representing Defendants Probably
I in favor of nominating John
am but had not experienced
,be published every week day in the! $50,000,000 annually to the improvement for a price that"wouldyield a ,great the sights
Sharp Williams for president which Motions Set Aside Indictments And Arguments
are so
the to
of earthquakes
afternoon and on Sunday morning.The .' of the supposition that a southern of the rivers and harbors of the profit The farmers of course. any F
Herald has been published in I man cannot be elected. It is country it will net look as If a raid wouldn't share in this profit unless common In Japan."I F
'I' on the treasury was in contemplation. they owned stock. The advisabilityof oppose yon cannot show me Will Be Made-Another Indictment.
Tampa for about ten and was evident that, although democratic
in the farmers owning the stock Is oner said the duke jestingly. I cI
recognized as one of the leading pa- principles are accepted and put Hi!" 11' fl therefore apparentBut Immediately the house shook, the
force by a republican: administration, I The ,cases and the cases erishsen T. H. Harmon A. 0. Chara
I pers of the state. The Daily News; If this scheme should be adop-- chandelier swayed backward and forward peonage I r
the democratic_ party as now organized NEWS AND ted and should': successful what for conspiracy to commit peonage will : lee Ed. Forcheimer, J. A. Gilmor a
with the additional prove the table
facilities resultIng and
the china: glass on I
cannot get the offices. FROM STATE PAPERS. ,* would become of the brokers and other come before the United States court 'John G. Welsh Lusclus S. Brown /I II
from the consolidation of two rattled, and the door bunt open. ,' Johnson, Geo. UBonlfay -
The Montgomery Journal takes exception wMtf. middlemen.Wouldn't the most of 'to-day. Judge Charles Swayne presiding -; Simpson, Win. M.
plants will doubtless prove one of to the statement of Mr. .!!!! I Plt "! them have to go out of business? "Why, Sir Edwin you are a magidanf when counsel.for the defendants J. C. Doody William Talford, 1-
the best afternoon remarked the duke as the !shock will be the opportunity of Michael Pnhtell A. Booke, T V. Kes'
papers publishedin the ground that Mr. Williams the The cotton company would deal dl :
Griggs upon Following Footsteps. .
the state.Defeat I rectly with the mills, in all probabll- which had happened at so curious a any legal objection to the indictments ler T. D. Quigiles, S. A. Johnson t.
would" be looked upon with Brevard county Is following In the F. E. Brawner,
Ity. Tne subject opens a wide field moment subsided.A and it Is probable that motions W. Gray, Julius Boley t
of HearstIn suspicion account of his corpora- i footsteps of her offspring. At a meeting :for discussion. I" to set aside the Indictments and H. G. DeSilva B, Forbes, ana Johu. J'
of the board of county commissioners
tion environment as he undoubtedlyis BCMricftMe other legal objections 'Will be made G. Oliver. r

New York. like Senator Bailey too much I the held Monday of a petition one-half containing *; #**#*>WHW A remarkable epitaph la on A tomb- and arguments heard upon them. CoL Another Indictment
names nearly
Opinions expressed by public men honey-combed with Influences that the registered voters -of the I county 'I*( STATE PRESS, ON Hi-'I stone In Brighton churchyard In Eng 'IW.I W. tlournoy of DeFuniak, Blount,I Another Indictment, charging CO>'
Blount and Scott M. Loftin
and newspapers throughout the country -I would make him unavailable as presidential was presented, asking that a wet and ELECTION.. land.; It reads: "In memory of Phoebe, & the defendants and the- govern-represent spiracy to commit peonage was : I

are widely divergent with refer ; timber. The Journal then dry election be called. The requestwas ; *,.newel, who was born at Stepney In ment will be represented by District, turned yesterday by the grand i r fIt
granted and election ordered iM f.-- the year 17IS. She served for many was against W. S. Harlan, Ro: :
to "how It
ence happened" in New and R. Pope
i continues: Attorney Sheppard John t tI tIwelL
Tuesday, December 18. The temper- yean as a private soldier In the I i Gallagher Oscar Sandor and
York State and the causes underlyIng : But admitting John Sharp Williams In different Reese. I The Indictment relates 1
ance people expect to carry.the county I Fifth regiment of foot defendants to the.
the defeat of William R. Hearst is available even with his question- dry by 200 majority. Here's hoping Times-Union Ex used. parts of Europe, and In the year 1745 -charges The will twelve be In the city to-day, andwill' the parties conspired to ,return i< t

for governor. The Savannah News 'able record and in the present frameof it won't be less than 300.-St Elation over the result of the 'election fought under the command of tha when the cases are(i I condition of peonage one John i
mind of the people of this section be present. and one Richard Roe, both fore f
believes the cause was in the person- Lucie Tribune.An excuses the Times-Union's reck- Duke of Cumberland at the battle of called. [
must enter our most solemn protest ere, whose correct names are 1known.
the [
less of with to
ality of the candidate himself and. ; use figures respect (, Fontenoy, where she received a bayonet -{ Should the'counsel for defendantsfail
admission of Mr .
the is
against Ample Apology.We result of the vote on drainage In I The Indictment practic
i wound In her arm. Her Ions life in their legal attack upon the Indictments .
Mr. Hearst's
discussing defeat, has returned 1 c;
he of those
Griggs when says: wish to ask our readers to Dade county. >Dade voted against the same as one <<
the following to say: I "If the north continues to punishus excuse us this week. We know the drainage.-Miami News. I which commenced In the time of Queen and other proceedings usually the jury Saturday afternoon. i

Opinions of prominent politicians for the sins of our fathers. 1 am in paper is not up to its average-ex- Anne extended to the reign of George taken in cases of this character, One Case on Trial.
set date
be for
democratic and republican, relative to favor of accepting the verdict now, tcuse malaria fever and chills. Those Defeat of Drainage.The I IV.. by whose munificence she received the cases will week. some One Case was placed on trial 1

:Mr. Hearst's place in politics in future and acting accordIngly" that's had them knows and will be election over and all reportsso comfort and support In her latter 1 I during It is the present that the trial of the terday afternoon. John Jloone\

and the'causes which led to his We deny 'the sins of our fathers," good with us till we get well while far received Indicate that the ,years. She died at Brighton where 'men I if expected all of the witnesses for the'I, arraigned for assault upon tb<' c.. i

defeat differ widely. Democratic and say that it exists only inIr.. we'll have to take chances with those drainage amendment to the constitution she had long resided. Dec. 12, 1821 government and defense are heard' reservation and a number 01 '

National Committeeman Mack ot Grigs's rather vivid or diseased imag who haven't had them.-Alachua has been defeated by a big majority aged 108 years." will consume nearly two weeks. I'I nesses examined. The case, bows
New York says that in his opinionMr. Inatlon. Our fathers did not sin but Post I some estimates placing it as 1 District Attorney ,Shepard, who has was not concluded when court
Hearst was defeated because he if was on the oppressorand I to 'i j joarned. tI
the sin any. I high as 8,000 although 4,000 seems I I Atlantic Billows. 'been handling the cases before the
accepted the nomination or the Independence invader the destroyer of our Gobblers are Ripe. 1I
the I be nearer the correct figure. This The authorities of the United States grand jury, is thoroughly familiar I'I
League before the meetingof homes and the wrecker of our prop-I Turkey gobblers are beginning. to should put an end to any effort to hydrographlc bureau have endeavoredto with the cases, while counsel for the; Tl* .f EBTlroDmcab"I
the Democratic State Convention. erty. sing their, little song: ''''hat care again ask the people of Florida to ascertain the size of the Atlantic defendants are also well prepared for I saw the oddest freak the o; II

lie says the pride of thousands of The position of Mr. Griggs, if ho is.. we." Thanksgiving will soon be here confer on any set of men arbitrary ,waves. From careful observations a legal battle. II day" says the man with tfc;? fc
Democrats was hurt because of the and they will fill the_ place of honoron or to delegate legislative authority eyes and the trustworthy face. I
correctly quoted is, to say the leas powers /iey learn that In height the waves Petit Jurors Sworn.Yesterday :I
Murphy-Hearst Democratic nomination deal, by for which governor the somewhat surprising but it Is hardly' the table.-Quincy-" 'limes. cers.-St.on Lucie a board Tribune.of executive offi:i usually average: about thirty feet but :! morning the petit jurors I "A three l legged cat?' we ask s; :

I I Arcadia Orange Crop., In rough weather they attain from were empaneled and sworn. Theyare Ing."No.
was given to Mr. Hearst If Mr. possible that he, a representative i '
Great activity npticed about the feet In storms as follows: p. L. Briddle, C. It was a chicken that be J
Mack is right why was it that Mr. southern democrat, intended that so Will be Drained. : forty to forty-ei;ht ".
Hartman N. L. Fender, N. Berlin Instead of feathers.
various houses in and around '
normal tote I often from 500 to GOO feet,
Hearst about the they are
got up
should be 1).1t While the amendment to the coistitution -
serious a construction Arcadia. Oranges are going forwardby I Richard Morris, XV. M. Falk John E. "Furr
the state and was defeated by Democrats -, long and continue to move about ten 01
in the hour odefeat was defeated, the Everglade Maxwell, 'ihos. L. Holt, B., U Linn- "Yes. '
The, fruit Is
upon words spoken carloads every day. It was hatched frani a -
in Greater New York? Was eleven eacoods whilo the longest yet
itj who thought ,
I for extra fine and is bringing satisfactory will be drained and some I dersheimer, I:. GarivhonVJ. H. Fried- ,
only in Greater New York that the:, after a strenuous fight they knew it "all' will learn they will known measured half a mile and did tomageegg"-Llje.

pride of Democrats was hurt by that I democratic supremacy. Until 2JrGnggs prices.-Arcadia News. have to pay: for their superior (Z) not exhaust itself! tor twenty-three see- .

deal? Evidently Mr. :Mack when, he i admits both the words and Socialist the Winner. kno"ledgs-Ala.chua Post onds. :
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gave his opinion hadn't studied the the intent censure is premature. From :Manatee county comes the I Doctors presence v?ry if *

return carefully ;. report that John A. Graham Democratic -Next on the Program. Not bot l these d7 They prefer stro- .
Richard Croker, former Doss of I AS soon as the Cuban treasury 13 nominee for the legislature, Now that all elections are over, Patti's Sonny 1'hl1oIJol'hT. a and alteratives. This! is all In keecin:: .

Tanunanj*. says that Mr. Hearst, emptied and a large floating debt in- was defeated by the Socialist candl the country generally can now set In a recent interview Mcie. PattI 1 droI modern medical science. It expIall! 'v;-

showed wonderful strcegth amors I curred the dove of peace will piobably date, Pettigrew. The defeat of Graham down to business. The next tbing on irlio seems I to have discovered the foun- A7W' Sarsaparilla is now made eonrei

the laboring class, and that he will its little white wings over" is probably due to the fight made the progam la' turkey with oyster' ' be factor in the spread his character by the we said with. blue in the :
a strong presidential against personal dressing-remember is.the tiniest speck of sky, Sws BO MtraU W* pobn.k .. yerc...I
election either as a cuaaidate or as the island republic again. Tallahassee Sun.-Ft Myers Tropical I oyster dressingr-Quincy 'limes. !'! and there nearly always Is, I look: for \h."'1'111.1of.l1 OQ1tft1" "' .. x.ew-. ..

affecting the chances of the candidate The election-is over. :,ow for the Breeze. t it, and that makes the whole heaven _
for whom he elects to The Vote in Dade.: -
throw hisrength. : blue for me. I spend three hours dally -- -
He thinks Mr. Murphy, the I Thaw case. Now For Business. The Times-Union claims Dade county -
Tammany. leader made a mistake in .. __ __ ..,_ The election Is now over and gave a majority of 09 for drain' ia the open ar! walking or driving in
while it not have just like an open carriage and I accustom myself
entering into a deal with Mr. Hearst may gone age. It did no such a thing; It gave i iI
because he had to sacricce Tam- a : everyone wanted it to, all can at two three times that many votes to bear the extremes of summer !
RIVERS AND HARBORS. least take a new lease on life and one careful Mr. and -winter." $1 a Gallon Saroma Prepared Paint
many's principles to do so. lie saidIt get down to business.-Manatee Rec against drainage. Be 1 I ,
kind of
was the first time Tammany sacri- Times-Union, we are the people
'*' (Galveston Tribune.) Street Odor.
ficed its It to be misrepresented .
principles. supported Mr. that don't like
Hearst he says to save its local "-V-I Grand Juries. when we have just gone and I A discovery of the beauty world Is A barns roofs
iI-H : For for
Tip ,. splejidid covering
; ticket Hearst's Independence League grand jury a did a thing we couldn't help doing.. that sweet m 'Jlcs rooms and dainty ; cottages, ,

having become stronger than Tam The third annual meeting of the few The weeks Sumpter ago severly county arraigned the Miami Metropolis. 'perfume hare a decided effect upon the and iron structural work. Is also adaptablefor

many. rivers and harbors congress will take Atlantic Coast Line on account of the expression of the face. As bad odors painting on stone and plaster.
Senator Spooner of Wisconsin a place at Washington early In Decem condition of its track. This might I Informed Gov. Broward.On of the state give a very pained expression, so pleas
republican says he doesn't think Mr.' ber. This gathering will be composedof beneficial to the traveling pub- Tuesday the people ant odors give a pleased look, and so
prove that it was
Hearst's defeat ends his political career men who have the waterways and lie If each of the grand juries of the Informed Gov. Broward could not It Is well for milady to be careful la
,, Evidently he Is satisfied that harbors of our nation ever in thought several counties throughout the state their opinion the Everglades News. choosing her perfume that It should be Saunders MII21 Company,

Mr. Hearst Intends to continue his with a view to their betterment and would take this matter! up and send be drained.-Arcadie the kind that will produce that much I Phonm 717.. tact Canton S treat.Femeriina'Tor .

fight against corporations and his appeal the personnel of the congress Is madeup their presentments Into the railroad Rollers." sought,, restful and happy countenano -
to the labor element. Those of those who have an ardent desire commission.-Manatee Record. "Runyan's -
who think Mr. Hearst will figure no to have these inland waterways -
more in politics don't know the man. and coast waterways receive proper Game Plentiful.
It Is already announced that It is his recognition at the hands of the nation Billy.Doctor, one of the leading

purpose to reopen his fight against al government and who are willingto Seminole Indians from the Fort Drum
i Mayor McClellaa for a count of tne work to this end. The body stands neighborhood, has been'hunting west
ballots cast in the last municipal election committed to no particular work or of this city for the past'.'week, and Women.Equal

; in Greater New York. Failing in Improvement but does stand committed was in town with two Carson boys,

winning the governorship he may succeed as the friend and advocate of young Seminoles, Wednesday after .
in getting the office of Mayor of each ,and every river and harbor in supplies. He reports deer turkey

New York. the United. States wh re1n there is and qual scarce .out alligators blllentiful. ,
Se&atorToraker. republican says, real merit. It stands for a broad and .-bt Luc e 'iribune.jjjjjjjjj'j. i to any SI.OO preparation on th* market,



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f t.f CI ::1 I! : BY AURELIE, MA REAM BERNARD. I That Will Please the Taste A. TraiB Wane Who Abaadeved Dew FACT H I

I ; Telephone 1 No. 689 Before P. M. t ProfCMiou For Embalming

No. 38 After 3 P. M. II i and A new field for the trained none ha

I 1 1I I been recently opened up. and a way I
for her entrance therein la pointed out
......,, II Tickle Your Palate by'one of the profession. The
.. n'Y'I: :: \ 'Vy.q "': '-.R;" v. ... .. ,,, I pioneerin
.;; ; mit: >;'I. .L''" '' "- :" """ >>'S.12"7'J' :!(:'
: I this instance Is Mrs. Jennie )JOt'I -

I tan Walters of Brooklyn, who has entered
1. ;FIFTH ANNIVERSARY : John Campbell's Finest the ranks of women embalmers. That ia
7S; OF PYTHIAS. The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature I addressing Mrs.Hakham you
lira. Walters .
was are
formerly superintendent ooDfidtg your private ills to a womana
Ilowing( invitation has been
I I I Marmalade of the Williamsburg woman whose with
Orange hospital.She experience women
> tile tweat}-fifth anniversary '
I Is a graduate of the nurses' training a diseases covers twent y-five years.
banquet Pensar
I a p I It ItJt school of Memorial hospital and The present Mrs. Pinkham is the
t *:.e Na 3, K. of P.: Stone Jars 25 Cents. danftter-ia-law Lydia E. Pinkham. f
for time .
.c' Officers and Members was a supervisor there.In and for
many years under her direction
f of answer to the question as to why and since
Pure Guavo Jelly 25 Cents ker deeeassher advice has been
f ,.nola Ledge Xo. 3, 1C of P. she left the ranks of trained nurses to freely given to sick women.
Pensacola, Forida, t go into a profession that heretofore has
Many women suffer in silence and drift along
::-d: you a cordial invitation to f Ring us up and giva us not been entered very largely by wom- from bad to worse knowing fall well that they '

be present it their tJt en Mrs. Walters said: ought to hare immediate assistance but a natural

Twenty-fifth Anniversaryand an order for same '1 felt for a long time that there was modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them-

an opportunity for the trained nurse telves to ttie qMt&ons end probable examinationsof
Banquet at the Eagles; Hall, tn the ranks of embalmers 'and my even their tataQy physician. It is vnnecessa ry.
West Garden Street, Without mono or price you can consult a woman
Wednesday, November 14th, 1905. RosenaufiGerelds whose knowledge from aotaal experience is great.

at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Pinttiam Standing Invitation:
1SS1. F. C. B. 1906.
The following is the program of the THE FANCY GROCERS, I Women offering' from any form of female weak-
exercises .trot. ness are invited to promptly communicate with:Mrs.

jatlreisary i Master of CeremonIes-Geo.. I p 116 1 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. Pinkiuun at Lynn. X... AU letters are received
Sr. M open ad, lead and answered by women only. A
Burton 391 woman can freely talk of her private illness to a
2. Prayer. i woman; thus has been established the eternal ,
3. iMaian Opening Ode. i confidence between t Pinkham and the womenof
i Address of Welcome-G. C., H. 7. Annie*whit, has never been broken. Out

HuFIei a of tie vas\ volume of experience which she ,
l History of Pensacola Lodge 1 Aa : .i has to taw from it is more than possible
p C., A. H. D'Alemberte. 1 ; that baa pained the very knowledge ,
6 Address. Friendship-D. D. G. v : CafeNonpareil that will help your caee. She asks noth I /
r. Scctt M. Loftin. tug in return except your good-will, and d
7 Addrets Charity-P. C., H. S. a her advice has relieved thousands. Surely

UL-a gf : woman,rich or poor is very foolish if 71 y
I / : she does not take of this
Addreoo, Benevolence C., J. advantage generous
Williams. S n aI offer of assistance.-Lydi* E. Pink'
Ei;. Prerentation of Veterans Jew4sC I will open November 20th JESS. JB3TSIE HOBOAH WAXOEBS. ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. J. I

> C.. H. Horsier. I I experience has shown me how much I'

10. Prayer and Closing Ode. .H 1 / over West Florida Steam she .is appreciated In this new role. Following we publish two let- "As:yon know,I wrote yew that my doctor
t Baquet will be served by Rath- The trained nurse is, as a rule, a weU ters from a woman who accep- said I must have an operation or I could not
Isse: Sisters of No. 14. Bakery. Catering and Thea- educated and refined ;young woman ted this invitation. Note the Eva. I then wrote yon, telling you my art
.,.. and her training fits her without much result: menta. I followed your advice and am en.
tirely well I can walk cuV without aq
THE PINES. N .4. tre parties a specialty. extra preparation for the examination First letter. ache or a pain,and I ow my life to you and
These are the whispering pines she is required to take In order to Dear Mrs Pinkb&m to Lydia E. Fmkham's Vegetable Compound.I .
Aid the selfsame song so low, C1v become a licensed embalmer. It is a 44 For eight years I bar sofffered something wish every suffering woman would end
fltoe under the lash of GodI terrible every month. The poles are excruciating this testimonial and realize the value of wrier
walked one year ago! a calling suitable for women, though not ; and I can hardly stand them. My log to you and your remedy."-Mrm. Mary hDimmick
of shade. I ene which many women would choose. doctor says I have a severe female trouble, ,59th and E.Capitol Streets, W&aD-
0 aisles murmuring SENATOR MALLORY'L My: woiX: la confined entirely to and I must go through an operation if I want ington D.C. '
When I It seemed that hope nad died,i em-I to get welL I do not want to submit wit if
and children. I
And the black night filled the world I ., balming women_ I can possibly help it. Please tell me what When a medicine baa been successful
How low to me then yon sighed : f 1:. ?ect to lecture on thia subject before to doI hop you can relieve me."-Mrs. in health
restoring so To-day how the earth ..rerruns I S: AVES TOMORROWHE nurses' training climes In two or three j j, Marr Dimmfrk Wth. and E.Capitol Streets, wbose testimony is so unquestionable many

With rapture! aad joy and Spring! .. of Brooklyn's hospitals and I !hope to I Washington,D. C.Second yon cannot well say without trying it.
golden sunlight falls I Induce trained nurses to Join me letter. ** "
How the J many I do not believe it will help me. If
dark sigh and become embalmers." I Dear lirs.PinUuun! don't hesitate to hot
Where the pines II v and yon are ill get a
After following carefully your ,
'I tie of E. Piakham's
swing! Brooklyn has a number of women on- E.Pinkham's Lydia VegetablecompoundatonceaudwriteNrs
and Taking Lydia Vegetable
y Bat thanks to the grief that wanes I t POINTS DURING NEXT dertakers, many of whom are licensed compound 1 am very anxious to lend :room Pink.I .
And the hope that wakes again, embalmers bet they do not care to do ,.testimonial that others may know their I I ham, Lynn. Mass., for apecial advice-
My soul is as light as a bIrd'Jut &- I TEN DAYS. the actual work of embalming, so hire |I. value and what you have done for me. it ia free and always helpfuL f

) the black pines sigh with pain. men for this task.-Brooklyn Eagle.
akehand -Arthur Stringer in December Smart fl.\ 4 I

Set Il/I Senator 8. ,jR.. Mallory leaves tomorrow
**>&.-it. for various points in South Sweet Facet
PERSONAL NEWS Florida where.!ihe goes to look into The most expressive face is not the i Thanksgiving
FROM FORT BARRANCAS. the needs of that section of the state one which -writhes or agonizes with
Quite a number of changes have DESIGN FOR BODICE OF CLOTH OR VELVET. "' In the matter-of rivers and harbors every sorrowful feeling or twists and I I _

occurred in the personnel of the officers improvement. On his way home he squirms with every amusing situation;
I This Illustration shows a smart design the of the waist I -
the on part
at Fort Barrancas during 1' ery upper will also visit, Apalachicola) ,and various it is rather the one which retains a Footwear
( result that for a bodiee for a three-piece and Eleeves was done in gray silk.
with the I
days he
past sixty other places where desiresto calm exterior while the emotions
note, number of old faces are missing:,: costume,. the. model being in silvergray The little revers were of heavy white Information I
s get regarding jmprovmet's their
of the soul play ton it with
n, R. bre&dcloCh. The cloth cutout lace -
are seen'! here.CoL I was edged by plaited narrow edging,
and many new ones i that ,lt may be possible to
!Lford.Kess, ., arrived W. F.last Stewart week to succeed shown ia'the sketch, 'the' edges of tucks. The velvet used about the days secureHe and on- wll his; return b* gone'will about spend.. ten a face should be the smooth curtain on I I THANKSGIVING will be here Thursday, the 29th.

[ commander of the cloth botag turned. under and edges of the. vest uad ,on the girdlewas which the heart exhibits its various I
Walter Howe week in Pensacola before for
CoL as leaving Turkey will then to strut foihe's
Strutting cease
n, C.wner. tie post, CoL Howe having been stitched by machine. The embroid- of a darker shade of gray. Washington. pictures without .disturbing It, not the I IIrtap' i ,

transferred to Fort Adams at Newport. .. which requires'' the shifting of going to be dressed." !

John. R. L CoL Stewart is accom- Thompson attended the U: Florida Presbytery ing last winter, will be interested to SPECIAL SERVICES AT scenery EO 'many for beautiful every act faces The reason are to why be Until then, it will be "Foot Dressing with us. We'v{ :.
his daughter.
panied by his wife and at Mbittoello, November learn of her' to Mr. Alphanse .MUSCOGEE.BAPTIST. CHURCHAt
on engagement .
found in a coIli'ent1s in a great measure choice Shoes of f of fee:
Miss Florence Stewart and his son. 10 and 11..whore'R v..Sibley acted We is. 'a young Illinois busi- exceptional beauty thafany pair
con. M!Jor Wlllouhley! "WaUte, from 19. Moderator iTem Monticello they ness the Baptist church, Muecogee, due to the dolly habit of composing
Fla. the,third Sunday in November hours of meditation would be proud to "strut" in. ;
s reo rocs Rodman, New Bedford arrived to Tampa to attend Synod of man.'t on the features In long
jun.obe :atarJiy. accompanied by Mrs. Walke Florida. :Mr. 'Thompson is accom- Mrs. D. B. Myerson= has receivedthe the pastor;Rev. W. Frank Moore and prayer. Unmarred by contending I i We've the styles worth "Gobbling" up, at prices to bt"Thankful" ;
t n,' !''r daughter. This is the first will hold two special services. Morning emotions the features are grad !
panied by Mrs. TLompson.
sad news of the death of her '
athat n years that Fort Barrancai father J. J. Smith which occurred in subject" : "The Satanic Kingdom ually molded Into harmonious outlines.To J, for, but remember please, that a!
: .<'1 both a colonel and a major AJorned 'Evening subject, "The this point( train F FOur
< Miss Jennette Marian Goldaburg. Pine Bluff, Ark., early Sunday morn- ": sum up on ;your .
to >iDr ::irae and it signifies! the grow- field secretary of the Jewish Society' Ing. Messianic Kingdom features to composure and avoid all
n '.,5 :TQrtance which this post Is asia !. On Thursday night following these habits. Because good humor -
will deliver an address at Temple grimacing Store Will Be Closed
November 29, will oe
'eigUJ'::- '. '; the eyes of the war dent Beti-El to-night at S o'clock. Best ever made-Blue Ribbon Lemon appointments union Thanksgiving is an obliging! quality many wom- :
held special
: and Vanilla.: Absolutely pure, go
think must always be In a
call: t'. t. and Mrs. W. F. Hase returned I 'k- Yfc, trice as far and the "Blue RibbonFlavor" service beginning at 7:15 p. m. The en
order be
State 3. Walter Kehoe, laugh or a broad smile In to
' Attorney Sunbeams will have charge till eight
d by
11 ,ne! 7th inst.. from a three I is perfection.: Ask for the Thanksgiving DayLet
left for Marianna Sunday nIght to be o'clock, then there will be a Thanks- charming. This is a grievous mistake.
; othtrip abroad. 2C.; size.
in attendance at the sessions of the: giving sermon. This sermon is for -ChIcago Tara
ltrr! >: arrivals during the fall have
ye;. .. C. *. F. Stewan, Jr.. Cap Circuit Court which convened there the benefit of the orphans homes.
:r> W. E. Every medicine advertisedin us dress feet for Thanksgiving and then.
W. aiar and Mrs. Douglass, yesterday. moralsg. Miss Minnie All are invited to attend these ser lteh'PII( _p.7'. your ,
,- D Douglass I Kehoe, official stenographer, left for this will be found at If want real comfort and to I
II :0-
yon friends
'. L. S. MlUer, Lieut L. S. Ed paper whether you eat your own Turkey or your you
w- ,* end Mrs Edwards, and Lieut.I Marianna yesterday. morning. The Crystal Pharmacy. 1wlc enjoy ;your home in the real sense! of ,
evf'a I. Kt1l1ng.t. Attorneys Emmett i 'v Wilson and JohnT. in Time of Peace.In enjoyment attend to the kitchen without will not be ashamed of your Shoes.

: : : ;). Austin mother of Capt. Aus- G. Crawford will leave on the es'> CHAIR DRAWERS. the first months of the Russia- stint. Have a good range, one that We have Footwear for Men, Women and Children-
arrived Wednesday from Chicago bound train this morning for Crest- Japan war we had a striking exampleof i can be relied upon to bake the bread
the necessity for preparation and have kneaded with such Footwear, that would make the whole family Thankful
nd the winter. view on legal business. A CoDTeninit Additiono Gran dm*'. you care one
Saturday morning :Miss Grace Perry i.! .- I I Big RocLer. the early advantage of those who eo( that will not sulk on cloudy morningsor
(otbr'nc.t -',:ined from San Francisco. 'I Mrs. William Cry .of Mobile is visiting I to speak "hare shingled their roofs burn you out of countenance with I
A of
) T-ils makes the largest number of Mrs. H. Muller on Gregory i grandmother my Gualntan4A preparation: redhot covers on the least provocation.Have Boston Shoe Store
few days. Its I enjoying an unusual, but very coo- I I
5''rr' and ladles at this garrisond street for a kitchen not thin 1
Yemen, addition to her big arm'rock I good'
stnilIfcr- will insure lively times for tnar'er s.* : us our greatest men. The Individual
that blacken and I II
The many friends of Miss Blanch cr. Smooth boards about eight inches j as well as the nation should be pre I and brittle saucepans |

F. Pfeiffer, of Cincinati. ,who was the deep were screwed to the inside of pared for any emergency. ,Are you spoil whatever is cooked In them after j FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS.
Rev. J. S. Sibley and Elder C V. guest of Mrs. Dave Dannheisser dur-:j the chair legs front and back and< prepared to successfully combat the the first week and have enough of

.-- --- II narrow strips were fastened to them first cold you take? A cold can be good utensils not two utensils where I 117 S Palafox Street.
cared much more quickly when treat- four are needed, not so scant a supply ,
co:] _:!II'i :: :<:!:",, _orio.7::';: :{,, : -=.,.,, ed as soon as it has been contractedand that a saucepan must be washed after

before it has become settled in the vegetables are cooked in It in order ---lJ.

the system. Chamberlain's Cough I to use It' in preparing sauce for the I

,. You Must Trust Your Druggist ttti Remedy ia famous for its cures of pudding. J. F. DAVIS JEWELERNow
CO- 'S: colds and it should be kept at hand I Have all the labor saving device ,
4 instant use. For sale by
ready for Now in
ICS I .1 that you ran find at the house
ith i fi fii Ttere are many things about a drug store that require many years I all druggists. er's. They will save you furn1sb-1 Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St.

byely':: '''arn.I' L---- strength, but time and money
: is a druggist's business to know, and to know. surely and posi- rte F; K. as Never stint your stock of towels for -- .
I 'A. all about the drugs: he sells. "' x s silver,' glass china and coarser grades ..ifN1t.NN11NffN.iNNNN9.NN..s.NNN..NN1iI

c....... >'nr business is drugs and we claim to have thoroughly mastered Your Hand for the pots and pans. Keep good soap
tie entails: of this business. Try bottle of I f
: W e :;ire exerting every effort to the management of ellS drug store I I salsoda to flush out the ink pipes a
--1 t* YOU would like to see one managed: if you knew all about drugs. II At Bakingand p 1.1 ;
and nails and a ball of cord
Vinioet! everyone would lib to patronize a drug store where they hammer THANKSGIVINGNow

J know these conditions prevail. Many people are' sure they. know of I make sure of success I I with a place for each and each in its .I i

I such :i drug store. place. :
is the time to furnish the din-
To discover and get your confidence, when. it comes to a matterof by using I Glass Jars are a good investment in I : i
t drugs, is our highest ambition. furnishing a kitchen. Coffee, small j I I : ing room. Now is the commence

We want you to trust us. EOOCINO CRAm DRAWERS. HENRY CLAY FLOURThe hominy, rice,c buckwheat and many i! ment of the season for entertaining i
This point gained we know we can depend on your drug points for drawers to slide on. Then two i other articles may be kept In this way I
;; being supplied at our store. drawers as long as the width of the finest wheat that's ; to an advantage. : friends, and nothing adds more to i
.. Our rapidly Increasing general business and especially the fact Remember that the happiness and = welcome than well-furnished
chair were made to fit, one pulling out t
(that our Prescription Department is showing remarkable gains is grown is used in making comtorLoChome.depend more largely I : I Idining
on the rijht.a.nd one.oc.Jthe. left._and i
clear proof that an earnest, honest intelligent effort seldoms fails the openings closed at the back of Henry Clay flour. It upon the kitchen than upon any other [ room.Dining 2 i

to bring its reward.We each drawer. The -whole was then is absolutely pure and part of the home. t Tables $6 to. . : . . . . S25 00 : a

have filled over 200,000 prescriptions since beginning' business. stained and finished to .match the the.lightest, whitest Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.A ; Sideboards $15 to . . . . . . '$65 00 :
, wood of the chair and the occupant II
who is rather feeble, finds them convenient sweetest and most few weeks ago I had a bilious at i Chairs 75 cents to. . . . . . ... $ 5 00 : I
receptacles for her--different nutritious bread. tack- that ..11'> severe I was not China Closets up to . . :. $ 75 00
able to go to the once: for two days. -
W. D'Alemberte spectacles, her knitting balls of wont .I
A. Failing to get relief from my family II YLAT R .i
ed. reading matter and a host of little 1 physlCian'L.treatment I took three of I BUY NOW .
things to save her making ajourneyfor & CO. ''Chamberlain's Stomach and LiTer i

them.-Good Housekeeping. Sol Cahn ..*. ..>. f- ,->:.) th" next day I felt like'''

Druggist and Apothecary f Th. Pure Food Store"Southwest a nr mas.-lL C. Bailey, Editor of MARSTON & QUINA \
I LIGHTHOUSE BREAD .tae Sews Chapin. S. C. These tablets -
I Corner Paulo' sad lnt..d..icU for sale by aH druggists.
121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 -none genuine without the 1T8 are : I 108/110 S. Pilafox St. Phone 149 Pensacola, Fla. tII

l label., .Pfeiffer's Steam'.Bakery. ,I PJon.s.#,480J H. AUman ti*, copper and sheet Government Ironworker ., .
.. n I street has rnovrt in the op to lEns building-. ...........0.........................................
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LESLIE E. BROOKS If You Have I Special fpi'NA'Mi'c) ) iv



have been a renter For anyone looking for a comfortablelittle We hare I
WANT TO BUY HOME OR INVESTIN horn*. with large grounds.

: 2 on large corner lot, 107x110 feet. excellent neBhborh! : PROPERTY CAN SELL YOU all that time it is,safe to I the street very, corner place""F., situated" high point on West commandsa Garden !

Dwellings on East Wright street ........................................... $4500 00 EITHER. good view:- house .in splendid repair.

i 6-roo-n dwelling on East Zarragossa street, near Seville square ....$2100 00 ii WE WANT CAN TO SELL SELL IT. YOUR PROPERTY., say that you've already ![ Just Comer. : raeYi home and with one embraces wanting large grounds.a 6 small tots. I NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL I Ii

-! Large 1 story dwelling! on East Intendencla street -..................ito 00 : paid out for rent receiptsmore I And.convenient too. Garden street property U sure
Fire Insurance Placed in Mn. improve in value. Price $:,000.
7-room dwelling, excellent neighborhood, on East Hill, with let UOx- than a comfortablehome OH BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY i iI

- 150 feet, stuns walk' stables, etc .................................$4500 00 i I
2 i First-Class Companies. would have cost

2-story, 8-room dwelling on Wright street near Palafox ..........$8000 00 I

_ i -room dwelUng on corner. lot on East Oadsden street, lot you. By our plan you ling Do a you handsome wa.nt.a interest small investment? Then look par at I Panama Hotel Saw and Planing :Mil! I

_I feet, with bath and gas .. ...........-......-........... Zarragossa street renting at Jx open, machinery -
120x1S2'I I HOMES FOR SALE. can put your rent money 'I per month, for quick sale $600. here Cenient Block Works here. 1200-foot :
t 5-room dwelling desirab'y' tocatad on North A1onz street, I

- 50x170 feet ... ..... .. ...-.. ..... $3500-Elegant 7-room dwelling on Hayne on a home of your own. :: Wagon Wharf. built. Bank and Store buildings :

: 6-room dwelling at Geultfing fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of : street all modern. real estate of any kind for : Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. :
- land .. . .. .. ............... ............................... $2SOO 00 : If you list have with We'll sell it. going up. nearing
94200 7 rooms, Alcaniz. near Gadsden, sale, us.
i _:i:- aU modern. .. See Us ToDay.McDAVIDHYER Ii the city. i

-. S4000-10 rooms, East Jackson a bargain.

i I! HOOTON & WATSON f $2500$4750-all C 7 rooms.rooms modern.,Jackson North and Barcelona.Guiliemard.. all L. S. Brown <& Co. II GET IN ON THE GROUND. FLOOR i iI.

THE RENTAL AGENTS modern. Thiesen 918.
Bldg Phpne
: CO. I.
$1200-4 rooms East Strong new house. i Write or See :

: Real Estate. Insurance and Loans i See our list for others. If you are 'in Agents: New York "We Sell Lots."
the market call and let us show you any !
: of these or others. Life Insurants Company. THE PANAMA CITY REAL. ESTATE COMPANI I
No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. | 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., i

: .J For Rent.Two Phone 700. Pentacola, Fla.
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large stores, each 27 by 75 104 I I
and 106 South ?'arragona. suitable for

-HELP- _WANTED.. WANTED. ,storage poses. warehouse or mercantile .pur. I Ti.urpetilneIParm LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMMIT.

WANTED Erery young man to ask his WAXTED-Furnished rooms for light
druggist for Chiclets. housekeeping centrally located by LESLIE E. BROOKS FOR SALE Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points No-Mi
oung couple with no children. Address
WANTED-Two energetic young ladiesto L.. R. 11.. Care JournaL llnovJt READ DOW'N READ U'
solicit orders for a household necessity .
Address S. p A., Box 104, Cityl2nOvlw. WANTED TO REXT-Sman; cottage or Real Estate HOMES Z Trains 4 Nos. Trains Noi l

furnished a suit of or rooms desirable Apply locality F J. %1. crops 15 virgin. 12 worked year Neara anda 11:05pm 11:16am Lv..................Pensacola.- ......... ........AI' GOt3m, :.i"
'AXTF.D-Oood meat cutter at once. Dono\an. Box! 834 City. 8nov and Insurance. half. Tract is heavily timbered. 6:30am\ 1:20pm Ar.........,.;.....1J.ont omery........,.........Lv 9.Lpmli.hsr11:45am ;;
railroad. This is excellent business !-
new an ) ................
Must be sober. Wastes, $D0 per month. 9:10pm .............,.. 4I'Pm: > 8Le.:
II. A. Huglwt Bagdad Fla.: IJnov BIDS will be received until Novemberra. $4500-tOS.West Gadaden street, two two- price proposition offered. for any operator at the 1:25pmI3:17am ..:.: ........... .................. ; 5:4arn2'.La., :

1900 for the removal of building Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. story. 7-room and hall house lot 5:00pm 3.57gm Lv.................. .., .! .................. : 8:1alllj; Z.l..1D
_ '\'AXTE1Jman for general house known as St. Anthony's hospital on Garden t8\o&x150, south front on car line. 1:2 1am S.lam;; .................. ..................L1' 3:00am: 5Th1:40am >:)
work. Apply Mrs. IL T. Wright Cor. street from present location to corner nicest neighborhood in the city; NEW CITY LOTS.Buy 2:10pm .................. ._ .................. 8:4opn3P;n

Jackson and Baylen UNov of Garden and DeVillier streets. gas and sanitary connections. Will 7:5Opml 3:2'; ................. .................'Ar 3Pamn ::I&u:
BuildIng to be set in place in new loca- carry a $3000 mortgage on.this. suburban property now and make 2JOam,8:30am 1 Ar. ..........;.;..:.. .,............... \1:45am: t:311p":
WANTED-Colored iwrter.: Apply to 1 tion in as good condition as it now is the usual spring profits. 1loamllOOn'n Ar......... .......Cinclnnati..................Lv 1l.OOpml .Cllpm
1'iitthett Gerson & Gardner, new Brent 1 Right reserved to reject any or all bids. $5250-On North Baylen et,7-room and
building. lUnov Alex Lischkoff. boy I For Sale hall cottage cabinet mantels, bath | 860-Buvs K block ten lots in good
---- --- (()) summary wash stand m bathroom locality of New City. A bargain. BETWEEN. PENSACOLA MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
RELIABLE! WOMAN to cook for small COXKEY'S celebrated Roup Cure Cholera stables.> lot 10x1!$. Very & 7 2&3
family near Century Right party can cure. lire and mite killer as well select neighborhood.. 411; I&21&45&67OOagiJllOSpmPUSIam
ret good wages and have good home. Ad- as an unexcelled Egg Producer. All Co YAIEGEIR | Lv..... ....Pensacola..Ar i L00ani i OOprai, 3/pn
refs J. B.. Century Kla. nov1t guaranteed and a splendid xrade; of On West Jackson street. 7-room l0:46an4] 2.55am 4:12pm Ar...........;Mobile...........Lv ,1:40am,11Sam',|, .;:iipro
heat that will make your fowls lay. F. and ball cottage cabinet mantles. C.OOpmi 7:15ain! 8:15pm| Ar........ New ans..Lv :I:15pml. . t.jam
COMPETENT:: guards and matrons wanted I S. Mellen & Co., Pensacola. Fla. Phone gas bath electric lights,. every
at tne Florida Stale Reform -hooL 334. 7nov modem convenience. The nicest 200 Thiesen Building. FLOMATON, PENSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.
C healthy who mean : place in the city _that Is for sale. -
Uv strong. persons :
$1000 Ii5 I i II I I 3 ] Trains do not'stop at stations 2 4 =
basins? need apply. Make application WANTED-Position as saw filer or superintendent Can sell very cheap. I |
viitu .-.!naicndation to Walter Raw Is.Ssjpu. or mill foreman by a Phone 686. Dally DaflylDallyDafly) where no time Is shown 1 Daily] DaUr'DaD>! D*!%
: : JLarianna Fla. Snovlot competent man. References furnished. $3000-On East Hill block from car line ...... 4.55: 2:30: 2 BO Lv.......... 10matcn..Ar I 12.4J: 1.25 8:2k: l
.. -_. --- ---- Address J. W. Lasseter, Andalusia, Ala. for three lots on Moreno street, between 8-room cottage bath ,and shower I ...... 500 2.3S 1 %:.$ > ............Century....... ..... 12:40 1:21 821::!
W.-\\TED-LlLd1 clcrU. Must have some 6 no vim Palafox and Baylen streets. Just far bath.. hot and cold water.' cabinet I ....... 5:07 .3:41 *3:05'; .........Bluff Springs .......... ,"12.33 1.5S 1 815: |
ex; er:enc but be bright and energetic. enough from Palafox street to escape mantles city water neat and FOR SALE. ...... 6:17 2.51 .5:20..MoDes-id. ..... .: ...;.; ..12. 1:05 $:t;'
and write good readable: hand. Apply \\'ANTED-To rent. a house on :North the: dust. A beautiful location for a modern in e*,ry-; respect, very : ...... 9 30 3:04 *3:36 .........Pine Barren........... 12.03 ; 75: ;; .
W A. Gahlenbeck :213! South Palafox I 11:11 with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for Modern Home. largeIbt !rOM with house. I II I ...... .8.39 3:18 350. ..............M lino..... ........ \.11.59 U:43\\ 7.47
,'rf'et. Tnovlw j one year from date of December 1. Address *- ...... .5.43 ... 4:04 .........,..Quintette............ .11:51.:34. .1:391
d_ I IY.XTEDFirstdass Pensaoola Investment Co. 3nov2tWAXTED $3000- s street twostory.. FOR SALEroom house. good ...... 5:63 ..:11. .. -.Cottage Hill ...... .... : .U:91.T:34
rCh .
\ carriage black-I I :: .. gaa.' bath and sanitary water in the city. A bargain. Apply .J5701 .:i: :4:15.. ..........Can tenement.......... 11:40 7:3l,.
smith and woodworker. tJowl position -To rent a six-room house in $1400 onnection."- This will make a 9th avenue and 16th street. l3novlm ::;,::: &- .*3 4:23 .............Gonzalez..... ....... :11:3: .. .12:11: .7ti: \.
ttv right man. Addres-j John G. 'Welsh. a desirable neighborhood by a permanent nice home. ...... .6. :03. .4:25 ............Roberta............. : ; !(I2.19 .,:24''!
Carr ge Works, 1''n acob. Fa. 9o t tenant. Address Box 103, City. FOR SALE-Diamonds. Watches andleweiry ...... 6:15 :n 4.40: ............olive............. 11:22 .12.09 :15,
ISoctlm For three houses In first-class condi- $3250-On East Jackson street on the car I on easy terms to responsible M:2I :1:45... ................Brent.............. ..11.15'l| ?:04 ..091Of 1
tion on the East side of Tarragona street II.,. overlooking the bay. 8-room people.. Buy your Christmas presents ::: Stb 3.54 4.52 ............. Goulding... .... ..... .. 11:111: 12.C1 .:
between Jordan and Hernandez and trail bath and lot so! P. O. Box 2S5. Snovlw ...... e.30 4:00 500 .... .. ,
WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay streets cottage gas I Ar Pen cola. ,.......Lv 11:05! 11:M. 7ii0; |
BOARD AND ROOMS. lie:; dozen. I henoic. all leading brandsof rented for 316.50 a month. A money 8Ux.UTt. Ton cannot build the : -.
-nines beers whiskies making imestment. house for the money. SALS-Square' grand piano cheap No.211 '
ana and still I
II tf sold at onoa. Cash or installments.. I I I INt...
manufacture that well-established coughmedicine. :1 PM I I6TOO I I I I I
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243 E t
Gregory street. 8novlw .
Joe $3000-West Chase street, between De- ;
FOR RENT-Two fi-rnishod front rooms and Roth Sts. corner Tarragona VUQers ana Covts. fipnt. '.......... .. 'TTtf: TvTZ7.....PenNcola..Ar 10.llt. .... .I.. ... 1I ',-
for rent, suitablo for light Hoot C room and hall cottage thID FOR SALE-111 acres excellent pineapple e. | ....... .J.......'7.13J: ...........Bohemia............ .I..... .1. .....,.. .(.10....
inl;. Use of phone and hOUl'kN-P-1 I WANTED once, a four or five-room in every way, l t56 feet front. and orange land on Jupiter river; ex- 5:20.; .:::: 1:15 ...........Gull Point........... .10:32 .. ..!_ . _.|:10 5}
f>06; 810 But Gadsden.: IlnovimFOR I I ('ottageMust be close in and in good Money to loan at. lowest market rat Can sell on easy er is. 1 Aent market; close to railroad; three : ::.: :::: ..'...' ... ..........Ynlestr.. .......... ......\...... .. .' H.69:
_____ neighborhood. Address 123. Care Tour- of interest. ( miles from ocean; some improvements; S ......... ... 7.18: ....BscamhlaMulat ............ 1..10:2*:.. .,.. . I.111
RENT-Pleasant! furnished room, naL 2Ssept- Mortgages on real estate in this city $3150-East Gregory street. 9-room house healthy locality. Address J. E. Beaefteld.I 5:40J.: ..... ....... 7:25. ...-. ............. ......I.. .. .I.IGS. ::
southern exposure second floor. Corner bought and sold. large, deep lot. stables on car line.House Aycock.. FJa. Snot 5F1.. _.... ........Harp............. 1010:19\\ .. .
10th avenue and 1.2th street, East condition. I .. 733 Gait ... ....... ... :::...
near I TAILORING ;. Diamond. Tailor. All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" in good The : City : :: :
Hill car line. llnov Cent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired street now for sal*. price Is lees than it weuid cost to I FOR SALE At a bargain paying Furniture ; : ..n. t t: 7.3? Milton.....:....... : : : .. : 14 it
on short notice. No. 11% West bui\d the house.' business at 138 East: Intandencla .. !. ..........Good Range... ....... ... .... ... 1.
ROOMS FOR RENT-Xhely furnished Government St.. Pensacola. Fla. street Address Box 325, City. 8nev iUI.'. .. 8-15 ...... ......Holts............. ......t.......!..... .!,. ':IS
front mom in quiet neighborhood.! Apply WANTED-A five or six-room cottage on : ....:... ..: 839t: ......,........MilliganCrestview............. '
20! East Church street Ilnov2w I' WANTED P. Bingham wants your East Hill not too far out. Must be FOR SALE-Six-ton schooner. 36 feet : ......... --1 ::38X ............ .. .
moving and hauling. He guaranteesall modern. over all. 11 feet beam. round bottom, S : .:::::: ::::::.: :6 ,..........:Deer Land. .......... .."9:1ZI..I..1. :
FOR REXT One newly furnished! room. breakage. Plume C30.j copper fastened and in good condition 8:33 9.10: .........Mossy :!
T Bath and gap." 29: South Spring street. Fisher Real Estate List with me if want with good IIr: and gear. A bargain. 916; .9-35. ,. .....DeFunlak Head..a. .. :
property you ::
11 nov j'i WANTED-Carriages repaired sal repainted Agency quick results.your I I I King & Runyan. 4nov S :::: :::::: 9:44..Argyle.|. ............ ; !......,..... 42
--- -- -.- --- I' : floats built t<* order:: hor&e 910..C. 957 .Ponce DeLeon......... \ .. 6t
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BOARD AND HOOllS: at Xo. :200VeSt! ;, shoeing! a specialty. .1. G. Welsh<<: Cairiasg COLLECTION OF RENTS A FOR SALE OR LEASE-6-room and hall 10.10 ..Westville. .129.1'.,. ..
Romana stret-1: gowl fare; J3.50 per ,i Co.WANTEDThe. cottage, with outbuildings attached. 19.22 ,: : 10:15 ::.: .....;...CaryvilleBonifay.:::::: : :: .7:12.. '' j
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wev-k. Mrs., Laura G<. mes. 8ovw* I SPECIALTY. Comer 14th avenue and 15th street. WriteJ. 10.45 :.:: 10 30 ............ ....... .. 6:51.. : : ::
__ I! Merchants Iranufer Co. J. W. Bullock Jr.Real }L S., Care Journal or apply 313 East 11.1//........ .. ..10-47 ...n........Chipley! ..... .. ":37 t -,
TOR REXT-itojms with without i wants your movirmand hauling.! All Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. Romana street 4nov .......;.. 10.581.. .....>. ..Aycock.:::: :::: .87.::::::(I::::. j

board. Men oniy Apply 17r West laKua I breakage guarantee T. B. Thors, 11:43: .!.'... ..... 11:07 ...........CottondaleMarianna ........... .S.18 ...... .. .t
St.TWO 7novlm* Proprietor. Phona 978. FOR SALE-Bridge score paAs. ; 12:10 ...... ..._.. 11:%:> ......,. .. 6:00) .. r
__ __ j I Estate and Mortgage Loan ..oo,, pads 25c. visiting cards, edJf: .12-44: ...... ...... :11:45: .-Cyprus*........:..:: ... ..::::::'.: : :
:NICELY furnished rooms for : WANTED-All inda of electrical work. MONEY TO LOAN. Invitations, fine stationery, etc. C. M 12::55....... ...... 11:52. ..........Grand Ridge.......... ... 53S..4': ........._ .. .
with or without board; privilege of r""t.J i I sell all kinds of electrical: batteriesand Room 302 Brent Building. Robinson. 208 West Gadsden. Ffeone 798 ... ............. ..... ... -'
and phone; convenient to car line. other electrical supplies. When you Representing Chas. 1L Elliot' Co.. of: 1:13.12:02.Sneads.. .. : : ...... 5:21......... .
dress 1202 East Gadsden street. 27o<- I I need me ring 343: or 935.:; E. W. Peake UNLIMITED amount money to loan on Philadelphia. 3nov2w ....... ......... ...Jacksonville.... .L.v. t.. 9-05:: : .......(. ; )
New Star Laundry Bldg, U. Garden. all kinds personal property on short Box 173. Phone 637 AM'. I .PM: AMsleeping .r)1
THREE UNFURXISHED ROOMS notice. Terms easy. Get my rates beforegoing I FOR SALE-One first-class turpentine
_ able for light housekeeping with privilege suit.-1 I .NTEDt'Cfndh&nd sacks of all descriptions elsewhere. Star Loan Co. llStf farm. Eight crops low boxes. Round Trains zi_ana zz and trains 2 and 5 carry through car between Petcola >>.
of bath. Apply =::! West Belmont.Rwt. wanted. If out of town. ship South Palafox. 4novlm timber enough with place to cut thirty and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
> j I them to us; if in town. ring us up at No. more. Do not apply unless .
___--L..._ ______ I I 334. or dinllc then to u at corner of $5000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa- FOR SALE.FOR crops mean -business Address box 77, De you Trains: stop on_signal
TOR RKNT-Xewlv furnished tront room: Chase a S F. S. Mcllen J & cola Investment Company. SOoct Funlak .Springs. Florida. Must be sold --
in private family, southern exposure. :Co. 23 jury SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed I I by' November ::SOth 1906. 2novl2t 1- --
desirable neighborhood and near business' I', HAVE YOU IDLE MONEY In the bank? Pointer Puppies $10 and $lL Signed. FORSALE.FOR'SALE
('enter. Use of bath gas and 1,hone. -- ---- --- I can get you 8 per cent on the best Bagdad Kennels. Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The ..-- COLORED LODGE.
.Apply to 422 West Gregory or phone ];;)8. MISCELLANEOUS. possible security. Leslie E. Brooks. 112 !I Journal magnificently illustrate :
:$otlm !South Palafox. oct20:! FOR SA.LE-One S-room house in good magazine. containing scores of views of : CHEAP-Almost new Mshlen I. 0. S & D. of St. U
Condition with two large lots near the city and harbor. For sale ?.t all & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We I MONEY LOANED on real estate! and car line. A bargain if sold at once. Apply book stores or At The journal office. By case. A bargain. Piano can be seen Howard Council No. 1 and Battle-::
with or without board. Table board. are now in our new quarters. 214 E. personal property on short notice. 259 Brent building. llnov mail. 20 cents. Hst t by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. Soct. hem Council No. :2. Independent: Or(:w!
Phone, gas and bath. I\o. ; Palafov Iniendenria.! -entrance also at 215 Romana. Terms easy. J. W. Bollard 28* South of Sons and Daughters of Sf 'U-:
.:lo<.Urn ami prepared to do everything in wagon Palafox SU Phone 1144. FOR SALE-Half-Interest In one of the FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-25.000>> NEARLY GONE- Souvenir postal of meets 2nd and 4th '
and iny and repairing. E. best furniture houses! in South Alabama. brick, one 35-horse power engine, 100 storm scenes in Pensacola. 10 for %5c.. Wednesday nIgt'of
1*. Herring. Phd 92J; City. 14oct.MVTTRESPKS I CAN LEND. YOUR MONEY: at eight Reason for selling to devote more timeto feet 1-inch pipe. This engine jus. tne Send quick. P. P. P., Box 336. Snot each month at their hall on Tarr-
- FURXI3HED' ROOM for rent. Apply :301W ---- --- ---- per cent. If you have any that you other Interests. Call on or address W. thing for a small saw mill. Address Box gona between Intendenria and R*
1 Chase street. rioct REXO"ATED-New tick want I interest on, see me about it. twill S. Sheppard. Florala, Ala. llnovlm 103. Pensacola, Fla. Sloctlm ,
be absolutely safe on real estate mana streets. D. Howard, F C H
furnished if desired.! Guaranteed. Car-
PLESANT HOMRIJKE PLACE to pet taken up and matting laid. Leave security. Leslie E. Brooks Phone 482.. FOR SALE Forty acres land, well timbered FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam I HOTELS.BRIGGS Rev. C. H. Jones, Secy No. 1 Fran/
board on North Hill second door from orders at Watson, I'arker Reese Co.'.. good house. 1H miles'E'8st of engine steam drying room. moulds, Scott, F. C. H, Stella Dawson. S* ,
Wesley Duncan. MOSEY, TO LOAN-Everybody borrows Olive. Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O. and everything complete for carrying 01
line. For
car particulars address No. 8 7sept No. 2
from Jno. A. Halt & Co. novlOlmpjLegal
money 14Vi Box: 164, City. 3novlm business! together with the finest bed of
East Strong. H01
12octlm ?E-300
Government, St. When in feet west of Union
TREE**Shade: ornamental or fruit E. need call. pottery clay in Escambia county. Located Depot on Wright
trees of all kinds: also hedge plants on us. FOR SALE-Large bay horse; large'fur- right in the city. Apply to or address best rooms best house street; best location;
; to
FOR REXT-Rooms cheap; real newly furnished" and planted by S. 1). Jackson. niture wagon and harness. in good con R. P. R_ % Mscpt SOc per day. stop at. Rates_ Advertisements.
clean furnished rooms smtab'e for on teims to suit customers. Best refer MONEY LOANED on all kinds of .per dition. Price $12500. Fisher Furniture 21ocUm _
light housekeeping on the hilL! Location ('nS.ddress S. D. Jackson City. sonal property on short notice. Terms House. 138 and 140 East Intendencla FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures; BROWN HOUSE -
high and healthy. Close to car Un('. 14octlm easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. Z W.. Roman.. street 9nov pool and billiard tables, etc. In a fine -DeFunlax Springs; NOTICE OF PUBLICATION_
Privilege of phone and gas. Apply :314 II 1 Phone 116 Ifeb location. At a bargain if sold at once. Good beds airy.roo l!, elegant meals; Department of the Interior Land Oifi:.
free bath and
Strong. Phone 1213. lOaug :'J. 1L PORTER sailmaker 718 South FOR **ALE-10,000 acres round timberland Address box 103. City. 2Jiept attention to traveling sample rooms. Special a! Gainesville Fla.. October 8, <*,
I I, Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon 12.500 saw mill timber and saw day. J. R. Brown,men. Rates $%.00 Notice Is hereby given that ;JuilMi Fto*
awnings!: ramp stools and house cots all kinds of personal property. Special mill. 3-room hotel at a bargain. Several FOR SALE-Driving- mar, 4 years old. per Prop. *rs, of Dyes, Ala.. has rtlea notice "' :>
I I el... Prices reasonable. 31janI rates to business meif on large good farms and town properties. 'I gentle, good tratrter. Any lady can HOTEL:! SOUTHERN Open intention to mrk final five sear im1*
LOST. loans. The New York Loan Co.. 104. % Write Gentry & Setterllnd; Chipley, Fla. drive her.' C. F.. Targer. 200: Thiesen American and an the In support of his claim vw: IIora-* *
year. "
I. I I SHIP CHANDLERS : ; : Oerttng I South Palafox. :3sept building. CNov Special summer rates. European clan. Entry No. 33.312 mad Dewnbei *.
First-class .
& Co. wholesale and retail ship chandlers Pleasant in for the E'i of A'EH for lot i). Se<-'!'
I' every respect. and conven 15, e"d
first-class Township 4 north. Range 31 wwi
and Only houseof
LOST An he grocers. ient. Mr* T. L. Bowen.
opportunitx liappv. bv ProP... Penaa-
that said
kind in city. Fair prices to alL Fla. proof will be made
a young lady who Ilk! not chew Chiclets. 16apr Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Pensaa

LOST-Sunday night large-gold- -baby- CARRIAGES,Floats built repaired to .order. ar-Horse repainted.shoeing WRITE 'YOUR WANT AD HERE.Send BAY HOTEL plan.-Open Room night and day. Europea.n -.I the Florida following on :November witnesses 1906.prove) He his uai tn-!*

pin. with pearl t'rs.! Reward for a specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com Transient trade light and clean. tmuous residence upon and cultivation return to owner, Care LlndenstruthsJewelry solicited.575173
Mid Ca
pany. 27feb Palafox. Jos. S. land. \ii: Luke Flowers of TMinette.
Store. i3novlwLOSTOne & Nicolau. Prop. Alabama; J. %V. Beck, of Bar

very small Mark, bitch pup- MILTOX lie Mlms.UPHOLSTEAIXO Proprietor. Furniture i5HOP-WIJ-repairing it to The Journaloffice; : day or night. When you need help have anything Minette Bay Minette., Alabama Alabama.Mallery S. S.Flower Bojett fOr rf
Pi, about three" months old. Answers of all kinds. carpets laid furniture Bay )Minette Alabama. W O Robin- ,
;. to name of ranke. Relinn to 209: La-* packed for shipping. Phone (3.: to sell rent exchange or wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the REWARD Register! oct l oaw JSheriffs _
Rua and reward. 13novt
street get
... .
Next to Tampa ,!landing. ZZaprllIf. I ---------..-.------.--.-------
-1 lad undressed kid work. Sale.
LOST-Pair ? glotes.
Had never been worn. Reward for ALFIAX-Tin. Copper and Sheet I REWARD-For teturn of Better puppy. 7 By virtue of an execution issue*
return to Gem Book Store 13nov Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights spots.months Was old-flame' tolled Jack-white and liver 5. out of the circuit court of Escamb:
a specialty; roofing. guttering and I off from corner of '
STRAYED OR STOLEN-Two bull terriers -: repairing. 109: East Go\eminent opera SIX ODINARY: WORDS MAKE ONE LINE West Government and SouthReus Wednes County: state of Florida. therein "
one male and one female, female house; buildingr Phone, 131S. :Jjunelm t day morning about about 11:30, by two white i teph Johnson is plaintiff and 1.-
white. with lemon epots.; named Beauty. _. figure, wearing grown.gray suit One of was of slight I jseph Brown is defendant. I bare iI'
-- ---- ------ clothes other
Male white scar down back and deaf; was rather stout wearing ; lied upon and will sell at public outcry -
left Friday nielit. Reasonable reward for 1I 1- brown leggtns. ft"\!
When last for
the bidder
seen were going [ to highest
FOR east
RENT. on West
t return to 6-'S: K. Government St. 13nov2t I' Romana. Reward '
of $25 for arrp t and tin front of the county court bo'l4"tdoor

L I.OST-Xear Chris To arson'8 oyster Mitchell.conviction of guilty parties."-' C. Ray r in Pensacola Fla. on Monrfa

depot a calf skin pocketbook with FOR REXT-Five-room house. with gasI I I. 9nov : the 3rd day of Deceaibnr AD 'l' '
money in it. Will give half of the bill, and water corner 8th avenue and 12th .-- _._ 'h"- lrVlowing
the leral hours of pale.
for its return. Thos. S. Nuttall. Unovlw street.: G. E. Bredt. Ilnov2t : --: -- I during
----- -- : described real estate '
LOST OR -TOLEX-8etter: puppy. 7 > FOR REXT-Until May 1st. 1907. cottage I I I I. ,:. PERSONAL.THERE .iVndlvlded of lot 1(:. blot? f

months -old.; -hle! and liver spots. Re- ward. C. Ray Mitchell. 9nov shipping: beautiful location; partially fur- "fOf'tI
nlslied. Particularly,suitable for parties is not a first-cl&s* candy store 130 feet on west line of Pal3f .
spending winter here and wishing to do in town that does not sell Ch'cl'U- jby 125 feet on south line of fI > -

Imht house keeping. Rent $12.50." including I ;. ANTED-A Typist who will chew Chic- I I, street according to map of sai'1 ':Ie
FOUND." city water. Address "B, Car JournaL Jela. .n.
: tv ccpyrfghted by Thos. ri -"Ii'
: _ novlw .' .
: The abcve grcettVe- in
OXE PAIR OF <:IX>VES-Owner can FOR RKVT-A. Bingham has storage R.f.s-r. rate on- a want .ad filling the above space is 25 cents first insertion --- i c( Perccoa. r-ff ,''t cOUnt' f'
f have same bv proving property and :'I room for rent suitable for funUtur : Hare you read The Journal's! Vv'int t N,... :
f 1 paying for this ad.V.. :fe. G.ufidJ.lnovlt I or racona:other street.goods. Phone lilt and 25.IOC South Tar- and 5 cents a dayfor hadditional consecutive _i insertion.. Send cash with the ad. Ads Unlay I6.J'1. \ rTr. IiC"' 'J ,

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[ :::- REPOfiT';, DIRECTORY : i


I : :: 12.-as The follows naval: .:i I Old W. B. BARTON, ;

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; .................623 Attorney At Law.
i .................< 00 .
.................5 59 Offices-Fisher Buildin*. FalaXox street
] 1 ..................475 Will practice In all the state and United<
............;....445 States Courts.. Twenty.three years' ex*
.................4 40 j per1enceT. -
I I ........... ......4 30 Quaker
: : I :::::::::::::::: .:'::::::::::::::.4 425 15 .

......_...........4 05 I
i ........... 00 Optician.
: ; ; ;6G*f
| -- 3,! 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty .
: l MARKET. 1 Rye
years' experience as an Lye
I cotton qu ta- 1 SpecIalist Examination free.
by J. P. O'Connor A
brokers, Pensaeola, ;
I' ; bTfl-flbTo-fl-n-o-fl-o-T3 dTIfl j

: .....................9H -
..,.................9*, ;: L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph.
.....................H, Mellow with !
[ :: ..................9* years. : Homeopathic.

!: *_.MmlnaL. Smooth, rich, pure, and delight. Is '}?=> Office PHYSICIAN and Residence and,SURGEON.12 N. P ltl.l

; cotton Market. g Hours: to 11 a. rn., t to. s P.
High. Low. Close. fully stimulating. f 3 Phone 65.
9.71 9.46 9.(S m.lh>.! : svoooOOOOOOQQqooOOQOOOQOD
9.90 965 '.n
I 10.01 LIT '.9!) Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blount.
: 1 '.65 '.3S '.62 Time and to AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
1 money spent
: i I Market. I IICl Architects
i 7SW 72% 72%- make you want it again if i 312-314 Brent Bid;.., 43 Moses Bid.
__! 14 77% Tfh you Pensacola. Fla. Montgomery Ala.

'High. Low." Close. order once. i WM. A. BORMANS,

42% 41% U' Architect and
: 4J% 43'4 43'!. Superintendent
Phono 15 Lewis Bear & Co., Offce-305 Brent Building.
: 404-403 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., Phone EZ3. Pensa oia.' Fla.
High. Low. Close.> *
._. 34T, 31H 34% U Pensacola, Fla.
35% 359k 2**

: .Stock........Market....90% 90% CHIROPODIST.Room I .
&: ..........110 109Ts Coronet Old Tom and Dry GinC. 301, Brent Building 3d Floor.
;:........133: I.;
.......... 97H 97 'I All corns bunions, Ingrowing nals!! removed -
..........152% 153,, -- scientifically without pain. Manl.
:;........' 76',4 'G''( curing a specialty. 24octlm
..:.....::.inn 1l6tr: I
: .......... 42::>,4 4::* -
..........SI BOH
...........45% 45,% .W. LAtfR,!President JOHN P2112259 AssIsttatCssldt! ': %
: .:;;.........io4H. 104% ..E.CLAR.Viee-PrHl.M and Cashier. J.W.ANDIIEWS. ASlsia CU3il,'. -- HICKS'
.......... 35 34%
........140% 140* I
..- '
: :;: : : ..:::.:.::ln'l In% i .
; ; "' ........127U 126% OF CURES
.......... 88% 84% PLPIS.ICOL4 no. ALL ACHES
: : : : ......_.._..144H 142: % I r-
Opera House Building. 5/ _......
::: ..........170H 171H Aa4 N
.......... 27< 28% Trial WCl.Me Mirugsi.ns
.......US 154
I I r
'.....,..\.ltOH 1SO%
.t. DIRECTORS.Henry .
.BREAD Penaacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P.
L Frank
F. E.
Reilly. Brenner. meets Monday at 7:3t
IJ every evening:
: without the J. M. Pfeiffer W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hallo
: Bry.n Duimody T. F. tfcGourln, J. R. Saunders, <.rer Pou'a UbIt. West Intendencla St.
: Steam -Bak A. M. A W. ". Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
ery : Milton 0. E. M" ura, If. DENNARD C. c.
; I: I. W. L. Cawthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzle Oertlng IL HORSLE'i, K. of R. & S.

Alex ?MtGonln, C. M. Covlngton, M. t.. Clark.
LfNEN.; tidy (1Iuilull icr nut If ,ur.,\IJLI tad JSIfl the year. Private apartment Naomi Lodge No. 10 Daughter of
Rebecca, meets every Monday night at
I : ,in cuoectfon for the convenience of customers. S o'clock in I. O. O. F. hall Visiting
I ,: .act Keep It AI- sisters cordially invited to be present.
In Repair. Fourpercent Interest Paid en Tim Deposit MKS. J. T. PCLLIAM. N. Q.
I are liable to'
: linen that is given to RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
Rathbone Lodg No. SO. Knights of
:: ;' I and the life of Pythias meets every Thursday night at
; : : I shortened by Castle HalL Members of sister lodges
I I and visiting brethren cordially invitedto
laundries.. of NATIONAL BANK
Some attend J. U ROPER, C. C.
an excess of bleach- C. J. LEVET. K R. & S.

: : the mangling certain- PENSACOLA M. H. B. A. No. 81. meets first and
::: : ., as. can: be proved third Wednesday" ; evenings at 7:30 p. m..
A General! Business Conducted
Banking Safe and
on a Conservative Rafford Hall No. 10. West Intendencla
I [ from I Basis. street. A. G. FELL Prea.J. .
: I I In fairway.. Unde L. SWEENEY. Secy.
can be" used with less Sollcited--R. M. Bushnell.
i I Correspondence Cashier. PENSACOLALODGENO.4<< ". O. O. F.Pensacola .
II'f: fabric than careless/ Lodge, No. 4, 1. O. O.: F..
I j :: thegreatest reckless meets every Thursday evening at 7.30
at the new hall on Belmont and Hay 1 pa
i : I I the rule. streets. Visiting brethren cordially in-
i j : "appears In ta City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. vited.A. KERLE.R R.Secretary WITKOVSKY. N. G..

i I t, be. either darned or
I )
i Denomination, $100000 each. Dated January 1st. 1906. Maturing January 1st w.o.w.
Is most satisfac 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1st, 1926. Interest Payable'Seml-Annually. Live Oak Camp W. O. Wmeets
; } oc: broken place U not WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE. f in Pythian hff'tb1 1st and 3rd
IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT I PURCHASER.The Wednesdays in each month.l.IUnc
; an
; : civereigns cordially invited.
with soft mercerized Bank of Pensacola F. A. BOG man. C. C.
I' ; } :: I I Cat linen thread if Peoples LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.

made for the
: : purpose Pensacola, Fla. -
: Baen.: : Either.'will be
St. Andrews and
eUngs' of 'the cloth Pensacola

: : : ; thought to be the best -----------w____ Gulf Steamship Co.

I' W. C. BARROW, Master.
; i looks her
:: ; i ', holding it to A RETURNED CHECK A LEGAL FREIGHT ERnCE.B4 .
: : : ; worn places with PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICO
: throught Ttiese: LA CARRABELLS. ST. AN
I '! embroidery-hoop and' DREWS. MILLVILLE.And .
: all points) on St. Andrews Bay. Car-
I I interweave remain rabelle and Apalachlcola.
: : I the 'darning and SCHEDULE.
I 1 Leave Pensacola Sunday, ':30 p. m.
when ironed.. It saves time-time is money-to pay bills for Mobile. Ala
Leave Pensacola. Tuesday t 30 p. m.
& I' worn' as to be mend by check. This method insures against loss for St. Andrews. Mlllville Apalachicola
slightly 11''great Carrabelle and Intermediate points.
use no more than will of coin or bills from the pocket, and the For additional information J. R. SAUNTERS anoly to,

check must be endorsed by the person to E .R. COBB. President.
General Frt and Pass. Agt. Pen
whom, it is paid ; this check will be return- sacola Fla.

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GREEN. ed to you thfo the bank and is acknowledgedin

of the Color BItad law as a legal receipt. EVANSVILLE &

Whlttler. .
; : that the poet Whit TERRE HAUTERAILROAD

and green.unable He to once dis Open a 'Checking Account To-day

a necktie whlcli he
I of a modest and suit THE DIRECT LINE TO

wore It once. He

for his friends CHICAGOand I

that it offended FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF -
quietness of all points in the

:' alike by the habits : North and Northwest.
': by his own taste. PENSACOLA. FLA.

! flaming; scarlet.
when he found Designated Depositary of the United States.W. Exceptionally Low Round

on account of
over from her elder HKnowle PresWent. W. K. Hyer, Jr.. Vice-President and Cathier. Trip Rates to all Summer
: was ,uot becoming to I Tho& W. Brent. Aes't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. As't Casbier.Dlractori Tourist Points.D. .
\ complexion he tried -r. C. Brent, W.A.D.BlounL O. Brent.W. IL Knowles, W. K. Hjrer.Jr.,

H. Hillman, S. L. Roger,
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what a rude boy -_----__-_ m1I G. P. &. T. A. .. General Agent,,
I ," he said kindly. Evansville. Ind. Nashville, Ttnn.

well indeed la it, ......
Mary dressed all In ..................................................... -- -- -


I Mary' was not dressed
red haired and her I I
I, That was the trouble Witcher Zemurray & Co. the Gulf of Mexico.

in mid-March when .
i Hunting and fishing season now M.
a Friend and deeply Commission Brokers. : Oyster beds wltMa easy reach.
I Mr. Whittle I
Offers exceptional ada-.taoe' as .
for to a
' near safety
place to spend part of tha winter month
was going on. Ponsacoland New Orleans i

was' shown. but LANARK INN.
11 W. int ndencla. 820 Common.
ed It until a work-
! I Under new management
waving his arms and well Kept; will afford special attention t*

.before them and I Cotton Stocks, Grain Provisions, I hunting and fishing parties. '

) the flag at aH" said : boughtand. sold on margin or for Investment. : Alabama Reached the Convenient Georgia Florida schedulis.Tourist A.

' \ :. I : rates now In effect.
the poet Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. ::
\ eye "but' I thought it '"*" For hotel accommodations wrltf!
4 ARK INN Lanark, Fla.
St. Patrick. Thee

I can't tell Erin Direct Private Wirss. Telephone No. 1173. | For schedules. railroad rates eterj writ

except by the haril" *. J. H.Gn.McWILLIAMS.Pass. Rgcnt.Bainbrlcige .
Ga. tt

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1 PENSACOLAIND 0 CITY HALL WORKDISCUSSED ... .VtV.*****.****************.*%\.
! i .....:.................................*..W. % ** V Y.r, ,

SHIRTS WORTH MOBILE TOMEET BY' 1 lOrdorYour Xmas Gifts Now I :

"\ $1.00 J $1.50 and $2.00.

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COUNCIl A" 'u''n" "' "'
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Special for 25 cents ) 'SING FAT' CO. Into

This Time'p. C. S. and U. M. (Continued from Third Page. ,

make an appropriation. to pay the

S. Will Battle on ,Local said Inspector who has been engaged; S\.oN PHANC1SCO

That sounds like a fairy tale, but is a" fact at the salary of three dollars (IfW()
per day

nevertheless. They are a bunch of fancy/ Wanted Information. Largest and Nest!

When the reading,of !
I f
stiff! bosom shirts-not of the latest style, to Another trial of strength against I been concluded, Alderman Wriht _

I Mobile,In football take place on wished to know if- the report was a .

be sure-but shirts of value-good qualityand next Saturday on a local field. This unanimous one, and if all members of Chinese J.t

time the University Military Schoolof the Board of Works were pres hl : :

for ordinary wear or work shirts, I Mobile comes to give battle to the when it was formalized. '
Pensacola Classical School Neither Chairman ZeIiua replied that Mr. and )t
all'right.. I
are side overconfident There is could _
seems Daniel, one of the members, .

See Them In Window. *'A I no basis for a judgment as to the .relative not attend the meeting, which had .

merits of the two teams. been held a few hours previous !being JapaneseBazaar "' -j Jt

In Mobile it is said the Ik M. S., is detained by Jury duty and other bUSi- _

fast, faster perhaps, than any team ness. '

there, but not so heavy as the husky Alderman Muldon then stated that xagon, \Trade :Max ld

he had read in the where ; .
aggregation that is wearing two Pen papers

sacola scalps on their' belts. It is Geo. Rommel, Jr. was making a test
THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists of the cement, and moved that if this
generally the opinion there that the report was in possession of the'Board

M. M. I, which beat..the ClassicalSchool | of Works that it be. read for the information Has.Resumed Business at
by a score of 12 to 6 and the of the.council-
in Men's and Boys' Wear -
P. H. S. by 33 to 0. can defeat the Rommel's Report. "
The report -of Engineer Rommel, Near Van Ness Ave.
University Military School; and that 1121 Post Street
Phone 225 205.207 S. PAUFOX the latter should prove about an who is considered expert in this ,

equal match for the 'Classicals. .business, was then read. It detailedthe .
As to weight there seems to be lit. [ tests to which the two bucketsof flAIL ORDERS PROnPTLY FILLED
tle advantage on either side. As a the cement, given him by the #

team, the Mobile boys have had more mayor, had been put giving the tests \ St. Chinatown'Was
for five hours, 24 hours and seven Formerly6t4 ,
}BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY experience in football and that will .
count strongly in their favor. Then, days and the pressure the cement '
W. T. BED WELL, PRES. AND MANAGER. stood per squire inch at the expira- Burned Out in the Great: ,San Francisco Fire, April 18th.
too, the local team seems to have
i Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice. King I phone 570 a :
representative will call. \V. T.'BUweU.: President i and Manager 205 S. Bay e lost a little of the zest they put into tion of each of these periods. In con? Now Open 'With a Complete New Stock.
eet., their .former practice, and only hard elusion he said that the.cement, a*, AND RETAIL

( work will rally them to the form i shown by the tests,was first-class in WHOLESALE

*++++....+.N.e N .N...+..o..+++++.110 ta0....+...+.* they had when they played in Mobile.On I every respect and better than is required
a the other hand the University I of standard cement ; -" --- '- -
school seems' to have been doing Chairman ZeHus ot (he' Board ofWoiks

USE A GAS HEATER. I everything game possible here ,a .victory make ,their and initiatory by. cement made tested the by statement Mr. Rommel that was the 1'ad'Regarding to be covered the sand with, against concrete.which|BBIIHB1UIIISIIIIIIHIIIg HIDE I

the it is some secured after the Board of !
new rUles expertness .
'' g |
Workr; had he; had 'protested, he stated that it .
made its first examination
tells. le
i For the hall bathroom, din- : ; I and that which had been first used v.-as not the same sand condemned in i! w
If the Classical
boys are to win MlHUUHHIIBIIEBnHHHBLast
of the-Blount buTJU- from the
: ing room or bedroom. The Z they need a week of the hardest kind hud not been tested. -
ing, but"that it was the : Duality .
of work and if they"should Alderman Muldon- in discussing I Night's Play. '
> lose Sat
"fire is built" with the striking
from sand
: i i and came the same pis
the situation stated that the
urday all is lost to Mobile for this it was Aver/ small audience attended the
.. '- of a match and is the season, for it is hardly Nicely there I duty of the council to obtain ,rail the and did! 'not- come. up to the Sve< performing last.Jilght ,.of *JIer Own CHILLYVINDS\

of comfort convenience .. will be such a reversal of form in the i information possible and look after cations. further 'if.-I' Wayalthough., ..;the attraction=t f; de-
acme He -stated he.
: that was s> ''
P.. H. S. and. M M. I. teams.that the I i the interests _of the.ctt)" and see that served' tetter patronage.
at Mr. Turner's statement
Y prised
: and economy. former can hope-to win in Mobile.. ; no money was squandered, and also "H r. Own Way" is; a. modern and into of
he not refused to him get one our comfortable
!: recognize
The season's'game: as far as local tr) see if there was any persecution in drama; with no.comedy, .three children -
Gas Heaters interest is concerned:is" to be playedon tI'e! matter. v a& the representative of the Board of parts and a, touch of military sweaters-all prices
: $1.50 $10.00 Works. His representatives had both
to i Thanksgiving between the High Mayor Explalr.. ,Report. romance Of course, there have been -swell line of flannel shirt-
refused he said, and it was 'only 'recently '
6 School and Classical School. Just Mayor, Bliss called 'Alderman Yongeto better plays, 'but nevertheless, taking -
o now one would predict an easy victoryfor the chair and staled that In 'de that the architects representative everything ,into consideration the See our underwear: we have

: Pensacola Gas I the latter judging by the relative sired to'make an explanation'of the however had recognized that he' was him.treated lie said play Is' very pleasingsjind it' was very. them from $1.00 to $7.00
Company very -
showing against the M.- M. L's. .But i report just read by the Board of well rendered here last 'night-
I Works. Ke said that -the test of the courteously, on the "grounds. -
| Phone 1''8. 24 and 27 E. Garden StrEat.t10 I nothing scores is ,more especially deceptive when than the relative final .cement had been made by Mr. Horn.i -I Alderman Muldon asked him a "Lovers. -and Lunatics." SIJlc)1'WETHE :

.. ...N.ON. 0..M m0 d Ataitmi.NNOt1..4NNNNNO (.p test of strength is nearly three weeks i mel upon his ,request.. that de had number of questions relative as to A sparkling musical farceis; Walter
--- -..-- communicated the fact' to the board, when and how he was employed; and Coleman Parker's" "Lovers Luna
--------- -- off. The loss of one man from'eitherteam and HABERDASHER.
this further had the clerk
I but that the report o= tae board was!carrying tics" which the house
might differencein ; .to
mean a .great opera
: CHAS. COTTRELL the result made outside of Mn Rommel's report, read from the minutes of the Board
BOO llS The playing of Avery Hannah. II and dealt solaly with,lConditions that of Works the paragraphs relating to 222 S. Palafox. i,
I had prevailed and ) the appointment of the inspector.
Eagan, Brent and Friedman in Mobile which; had been
KILLS TWO DEERThe I found to exist He staid the board Will Investigate Further. It-- -
and the no less spectacular performances I Aldermar. Muldon moved that a 7tt
was seeking to persecute anyone, r
Wilkerson, Palmer and of of the Board of
Just received new shipment! of Conis- Roberts nor was the mvor endeavoring to'doso copy
show that both of our local I I
Works be furnished the Board of
ton's, Lady Baltimore :Ficrhting Chance have but that they would continue to
Jane Cafcle. The Leader Don & Mouse, following from the Leesburg teams' material for a good' game. protest, as long as specifications Bond 'Trustees their attention being
ilers. Bu'kannon'snte.. Jungle Pam. '' The issue lies with the playersnow were
'Commercia.l called especially to paragraphs 14, 15
will be of interest to not lived to.
up ne-rsaid! the
Blindfolded ,Anthony Overman and
; and we predict victory for that
and 20 and that the Bond Trusteesbe
others. s being used hadbeen
I I Pensacola sportsmen in general and that rejected
team does the hardest work between ,
Also these books to to the council -
new -some only ten iu the work another requested report
on : building in
days oft the presses: Sir nigel (A Co- :: the friends: of Chas. Cottrel in particular now and Thanksgiving. the-' at its regular meeting Wednesdaynight
city, and also that the foundation
nan Doyte's new book and his masterpieces :
Caroline Lee Lady Betty Across :;: : would not support a two-story build- and if possible havethe architect ;
the Water Her Brothers Letters. In Old "A party of deer hunters went to in?'. present. Two of these para + -* f.
Virginia Wife Of Secretary of State, How's This? At. graphs relate to the sand and earth f p; ar, .F
\Vekiva this juncture
Second Violin Richard Elliott, Financier, :;:. swamp last week on a deer Alderman Muldon f
and others. hunt, leaving on October 31st so as \\> offer On.. Hundred Dollars Reward asked that the mayor's, two statement work of the building, and the thiiT to
Publishers prices $1.50 and J1.23;;, min to be there on time for the opening for any care of Catarrh that cannot be to this effect, be made of record, the appointment of an inspector to be
41.30 and 51.15.HARRY. : cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure. present at all times.'Chairman .
i of the season 'and hunted on the 1st; F.:J. CHENEY: & CO.. Toledo 0.We which was. ordered, but were later -
2nd and 3rd of November. \ the undersigned, have known F.- J ordered stricken from ,the records a* Green Talks.
"Five deer were killed Chas. Cot- Cheney for the last Iears! and believe the mayor. in his explanation said it Chairman Green then arose and !li,
T. HOWLAND I him perfectly: honorable in.all. business made some rather pointed. remarks,
I trell killing< the largest buck and one transactions and finanalJyable! to was not'the.-same sand, but that it
carryout stating that while the Bond
doe II. C. Duncan Mr. all came from the Trusteeswere
a large; buck any obligations made by his firm. same plact and
Manager, De Luna Book Store, I I Cooper a buck and Mr. Cassady: a WALDIXG. KIXNAN & MARVIN. was',of the same quality. Regarding to be' the .Judges or the work,
i Wholesale Druggists. Toledo O. they:. not furnished with information
: doe. foundation, it was me earth were n.f
De Luna St.. Pone! 1191. HalT Catarrh Cure'is taken internally: at o 1
he Board of Works. ANew Collar.The
by He .
: I I The hunt the point named and not the
i was. greatly enjoyed by acting directly upon the blood and mucous constructed
: '' them all. Mr. Cottrell is having the surfaces of the system. Testimonials foundation. then mentioned the report or Inspec gl j 1
sent free. Price J5: cents per bottle. Alderman Renshaw of tor Hill regarding the class of sand wing In different heights Iii
,,. head and horns of his buck mounted was the opinion
! Florida and Alabama 1 i Sold by all druggists.Take that all of the being used- He said this report was shapes for the stylish dresser
to take back to Pensacola with him as Hall's Family Pills for constipa- reports, even to
a souvenir of his visit here. pation. the evidence taken bythe Board of made four days ago, and the first the Fancy hosiery In coloring to matcH
Works should be heard Bond Trustees knew of the matter the shade of snuffles worn this tea
LAND 0Manufacturers' "Those in the party were: Messrs.H. by the council -
fA NYI C. Duncan,. Tavares; W. G. Long, so that it would j.l4orQuglIlID' ,,'as"hen the report of the Board of s son. '
Works:was read. He said that It was r
derstand the situation and :
Lisbon; Chas. Cottrell Pensacola; A. that the
and Dealers is j I E. Kitchins Leesburg; Messrs. Cas- contractor should be ,heard DJ the< not fair tQ the Bond Trustees and

LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN!i'sad.', Cooper and son, Clarence, Sor- body.Alderman that something was wrong.
C.LES AND KLN: .DRIED SAP., I I.jrc-nto I ; Messrs. Passmore and.Dwelly, Muldon stated that if Reverting to the report of Geo.
out half the Rommel Jr., he asked the mayor Nix
Zellwood; and William the cook. allegations made by the Whites
This seems to demonstrate that Mr.: Board of Works are true, he was! when Tie received the report The ... I ,
'- Cottrell. whose general versatility is willing .to. vote not to auow, the workto latter replied that he thought it joe Moms, In. "JLovers and

well known is equally as good a proceed. I was Mr.Monday.Green told him to refresh his Lunatics." OUTFITTERS
as he is Green Subm-ts Reports. i
sportsman a photographer.Sells
i HOR HI memory and see if he could not
I Chairman Green then submitted a' re-

NO I I\'tcr'e\ of Chamberlain's Cough number board had of reports, showing that his. member. m(having rniD received it last Saturday on terms Thursday"lover"November audlunatic": 15. are As the be Your Money's Worth er Tour sassy Sack-

gone thoroughly into the
Remedy than All Others Put
lieved by. many: to be it
I investigation. The board hid The mayor said he was positive synonymous
I Together.I S. F. Fulghum, C. W. Wuis secured -, that it was not last Saturday morning must readily be acknowledged} that ,

I Thos. George, a merchant aMt t I ant Geo. Rommel, Jr to make investigations but was not certain but that it the author has chosen a theme that KNOWLES BROS.
I| Elgin, Ontario, says: "I have hadthe of the class of work might hive. been in the afternoon of admits of much that is amusing. To
local agency for Chamberlain's lemg done and the character of ma that' day. the mixture of love and lunacy has Insurance.

Cough Remedy every since it was introduced terial and iJefe he submitted. Coatinniug the chairman asked of been added numerous catchy musical FIRK: LIFE, ACCIDENT. MARINE-
into Canada and I sell as Architect Ausfeld reported upon the mayor why' he did not give tb'- numbers, pretty girls galore, and a General Agents of
much of it as I do of all other linesI his visits to tap grounds and intpec report out to the papers, as ne given goodly unmber of attractive dances,

FANCYPRICES have on my shelves put together.. IT'S HIGH TIME tion of 'work sad material which hE out all other information and: the. resulting a light breezy ,.entertain- The EquitableLIFE

O.f the many dozens' sold under guar pronounced to be .fi-st-<.lass in (eves/ mayor asked him why he, (the chair I went that whets the appetite of the ASSURANCE SOCIETY' OF NEW
antee. I have not had one bottle re respect. man) did not give it out. as he had;i jaded theatre "goer'a&:. turned. I can personally recommendthis to think about ordering' your Fulghum and Wills. obtained a copy. like Oliver Twist rant for "more. 303-South 1'aiafox Street

medicine as. I have used it myself Holiday Togs. Thanksgiving Architect J-'i.lghua 2:-l C. W. \Vlilssubmitted Lnairman Green then A.ited that The principal burden of fun-maWrig
is most here then
and comes there was no reason why lice two falls on th* Boulders of Joe Harris
given it to my children and a written reir., iI whichtheyvatc1
always \\"ith'the best results. Foi Christmas and Xexr Years; i flat thsy1: Ird can-fully! boards should not work in narmony who, as -"Ikey Roscnstcin. is In SouvenirPostal
and the festive season. will be together, as the Bond Trustees I search of a', fair
sale by all druggists. I x?mined i the work. anl did not next were correspondent wise
at its heightBetter ate to say that the work wa, ,]lcre mere than.wtIllnr; 'to work: with the signs: herself "Mia NellieAs all
I Two Cars. : be sure that your other board. All
Runaway in a competent manner and was fir..t were working for the female characters' the play
are to be found here to Sunday morning two runaway carsIloaded wardrobe' is equipped .with' the. class in every respect. -- the interests of" the city and I" TO I bear that Christian name "Ikey
with coal became detached proper garments for each and should be harmony between Cards
discourage the who First-Class Said Rommel. the makes love to them all, to the confusion -
man from the locomotive and were flying:; every occasion. How about anew boards. of their I
I I Engineer Geo. Rommel'stated that I I various acmirers. At
wants to he as well down Tarragona street and but for Dress Suit Tuxedo or' he had made a very careful examination It war then decided to atijcnrr.; until 1 I last "Ike,." discovers that the real I I.

dressed as! man in I the timely action of Streety Weather Prince Albert of.the foundation and found the Wednesday night, when-the' Rom "Miss Nellie is the anoint maiden l
any Are all the and
f i spoon a colored man there might We put the highest class of concrete Ol', good-condttibn.'and Trustees will make a further report sister of his neighbor "Heiarich Die- rage fln
4 in town. The only thing > have been some damage done. Weath workmanship in these garments end the .council will '*
had ,no, hesitancy in.paying that it go deeper into kelspiel, whom he is forced to marryor your friends are making
j erspoon. who is an ex-railroad em, -the kind that tells in was flrst lass in the matter. face a breach! of .
t that's high about our >: < every respectA promise suit.Ikey" collections. You sh"t ploye of the and the long run. "
on one cars Iftttr'was' makes the best of bad'
read from Contractor a bargain
suits is the Quality andthat's .1' turned on me brakes and brought the Our success in tailoring Turner denying that he had ever refused to the-' :amusement of all con- contribute to their col-
*'. cars to a Dress garments is due to the '
"away in G. to recognize In-pector liili. cerned. A large chorus of pretty
up and I lections. See our
excellence of style superb r-- .
Inspector Hill neard. girls Is 'one of the inducements offered
You'll be pleased with I Croup.A fitting qualities which characterize Inspector by "Lovers "
reliable Hill gave some additional THE and Lunatics.
medicine and that ploductlon.All .
one FINE
new suit-any style you [ should always be kept in the home the our best every Dress Weaves avid information in to tla.' council. He I I Chapped Hands. PENSACOLA
regard to the report of the
immediate .is Chamberlain'sCoush
use arc here. Smiling Wash your: hands with wa'rm
Remedy. It Board of Works that he, (the inspector Slugger water,
will the VIEWS.
I prevent ) did not state in his reports to the drywith a towel and apply Cham
attack If $95.00. ,
given as soon as the child Dress Suits $55.00 to berlain's -
becomes hoarse, or even after the Tuxedos $45.00 to $95.00. board that thg foundation of one wall I Salve.Juat.bdore going to
COFFEEMakes bed and and comic postals-httn.
of the city hall would not a speedy cure is certain.
support n I
croupy cough appears. For sale by Prince Alberts $40.00 to $85.00PRlCKETf ;.
This salve is
I all druggists. two-story building. His report stated also unequaled for skin dreds to select from Also '
H. 0. ANSON that the earthwork would, not, sup- a reason for : diseases.! For' sale by .all druggists. card album-.
port a building of two-stories as in postal
LIGHT HOUSE- BREADnone PERSON 6 fARDNER nis opinion, at that point there is TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.LOST. .

: CASH CLOTH1H, genuine without the V Brent Building quick' sand similar to that.fOUnd ati : The Gem Book Store,

Corner Pafefox and Lhi1. label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bakery (Incorporated.) !the Blomn building and which had .QSTJ LOST-Small red ttcnlicy; 'ajttv-vrs: to
FRANK B. GARDNER.'Manager' I coat the contractors over $3.000 owing name. "Frisco." He ward,, for return to C. R. JOHNSON, Prop.i .
V . to tbe,(a t that a larger area Jos. T oaws'* raptaurant.; next to LewlC ti.i!
' hor.H. opx> >site-a pet..,-- -- -UXo 4w. Phoae:221"S, Paafu"a. _


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