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 14, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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

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.1 ASSAULTED 'Of I Storm of Protest Raised by :Principal. of Which i Was That of Granting Charter For a I, ..""",alI Sharp Preliminary '. |i tile i I

Action of Ferry at McDavid, Which Was Finally LaidOver I" EX-GOVERNOR ODELL :
\ Concluded Meeting at Nashville the President I 1.* SAto THE CAMPAIGN Fought in Federal f | ;ton

) For Another Month Game WAS MOST ASSININE. to ,' o

With Session of IJo 0\" '/; Tuesdays _..:i
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NEGROfJEN '. Warden Yet Named. New York Nov. 15.-B. B.rf. .f. "

Last Night.XTND _I ,* Odell, former governor and exl- l 1
Letters Received By Depart- Made Upon Legality of tha
:- i* chairman of the republican it- ;
,. -;:--" The Board of County Commissioners it ever -sInce he could remember and committee said to-day that the '

Another t ment from All Sections. met last night with Chairman he did not see any' reason why the management of the republican jEo I Indictments. !
Atlanta Woman the board should now deprive him of this .
[ WELCOMETo Avery Commissioners ,Sennott, An- privilege.. g.. state campaign was the "mostassinine" toy.

Victim of Brute -Is drews Stuart and Wiggins present. Mr.' stated In reply that q he ever knew. The
: Morgan it-
of the finance committee \
The report his client owned the land on Uu' Es- might just as well have been

White NowIn }l.. OF FACTS CONCERNING was first, taken up an<1 adopted, cambia side and bad a ten year lea $0 elected. As the result stands JUDGE SWAYNE IN ONE CASE "
II Immigrants of All *
I after which a petition .as';read from on the land'on the Santa Rosa siae. '* it looks like a [democratic victory *
Nationalities.RACE several] citizens"in Commissioner Wig.ginsidlstrict 17- and leaves the republican
By Associated that Mr. Johnson had a twenty year in bad '
Press. that newroadbe party shape with a national ADVISEMENT COURT ROOM
MAT.TER&-PRE asking a
Atlanta,. Nov. 14.-A negro ghins SUBSEQUENT lease on the other side, and Mr. Morgan -i campaign coming on. He
: On motion '
there. the matter !
opened returned by saying that his client CROWDED THROUGHT'THE) DAY !
the of Joe'Glenn declared the republicans left
name was: positively I ALONE HAS POWER TO was referred to Mr.Wiggins for
QUESTION had a fe simple title to'the land on the I
identified this afternoon by, Mrs. ,J. investigation. The board then adopted campaign onHughes' WITH INTERESTED SPECTA.
the Escambia side and that this
IN THE PREMISES.By shoulders. Odell said
NENCE EARLY IN N. Camp as the who I a .rule that hereafter: ',when peH- -
THE MEETING one entered her tions presented asking} for opth- board of county commissioners had the people of the state always -IE TORS. ,
home just outside of the city this are nothing to do with the land on the : resented the Interference of j I
roads thatu
RECOMMEND ing epetitioners
ESTABLISH-J t I morning beat and bound her ant! I Associated Press. must secure new the right of way for these other side; that his client was OP' ; the president of the United ,'if

MENT OF BUREAUS OF IMMIGRATION ., criminally assaulted her" The negro Washington, Nov, ,13.-=The war department roads before the board is asked to petitioning the- board to grant tSe te States in local elections which ?ii. I The now famous peonage cases, In
'I was landed in the charter for this side and that they did ,
city. jail late this : more harm than good. %
malls are heavy: with letters take action on the same. which the manager and many of the
-WILLIAMS OFFERS: afternoon. had no jurisdiction over the other
I this
I I I I The negro entered the yard of..the protesting' against the .d.sct arge without' During spirited the discussion controfersy of ensued question between -- side., H'$ SH a employees of the Jackson Lumber
SOLUTION OF RACE PROBLEM. j jj I I Camp home at.nine o'clock.this morn i honor of the three companies of Commissioners. Wiggins and Mr. Andrews again took the floor Company, of Lockhart Ala, are

j ing when Mrs Camp was ,alone in the the Twenty-fifth infantry,' colored. Andrews as to whose district this new and waxed warm in his oppositon to charged with being ,Implicated will j

I house with her year-old child, threatened -I Most of these. originated in Massachusetts road was in and after reference to the charter and concluded by moving be called to-day in the United States -1
\aslnille.By Associated Nov. 13.-The Press Southern I her witli her' with'" a shot gun; and choked I but nearly every: section'is maps and data it was:discovered that i that the matter lay over until the AfTER LABORERS court for trial. At least that is the 1 i
a strip. Finally she lost I next regular meeting end that Mr.
and Mr. Andrews had been claiming part intention, and unless there is a delay, i 1
kmigratlon: Industrial! represented. They will be of no avail
consciousness; when! __be committedthe of :Mr. Wiggin's! district heretofore. I Johnson, who now operates a ferryat
. ra concluded its business Assocta-I I assault now; because the action was taken .. Clerk McMillan.stated: to tne board that point be notified that the caused by further attacks by counselfor I

. "Tie! closing session was I The negro began ransacking the by order of the >re ident, who alone that a protest had been received from board would take the matter up at defendants upon the indictments I

reeling papers( on pertinent topics.I I. house, and she partially, recovering can relieve the'severiiy of the order.. citizens in the neighborhood of the that time This motion was finally fOR SEWER one of tne cases will go to trial. 1
The conference also devoted sometime I Most of the.communications reveal '
consciousness- was- again beaten. proposed, road against the opening of I carried. Counsel Attacked Indictments. I
to the discussion of the immigration ignorance of facta'conn ct- "
Finally she made Yesterday before Judge Swayne
her way to the yardand the road. I Deputies Ordered: Paid. : I
problem. The race question ed with the case, so Acting Secre-! ,
a passlng considerable time was consumed ia -
neighbor ga"e the {)ids read for the
1 I contract of bills
were The of the-deputy sheriffs who
early took prominence continuing- alarm, cutting, the strap from her tary Oliver has ordered the printing i iI furnishing provisions' for the ,county hearing arguments upon the legality 1 .
served at. the election precincts last '
the sessions. in form of the of '
throughout pamphlet report of the indictments
throat' and I returned against
summoning.aid.The ; farm and the board declared J.
The sentiment of the delegates was Colonel Bixby. who.made the Investigation poor. week. after an opinion given oy attor- WORK twelve men by the United States
negro escaped but was later & Concanncn the successful bidder
largely in favor of welcoming! desirable captured by officers and brought: be-I I into the rioting at' Browns and awarded him the, contract ney Clerk Reesewere McMillan ordered stated that paid.he had grand jury. The counsel for the defendants -
classes of white immigrants with- vine by some members of the Messrs. LotUs
fore Mrs. Camp who TwentyI Flournoy,
positively identified
The bond of
Sidney ,llall, colored, prepared a list 'of all the old county
fifth also the "further '
cut regard to nationality.Probably him. I ; report In-I I and Blount vigorously attacked these f
the most distinctive step I J I I spector General ,CarJi gt9 1, which I to carry a pistol was read by the warrants",that had not teen indictments, filing demurrers and also .
clerk and on motion wag- laid over under the suggestion cashell'l Unable to Secure Men
taken by ue convention was the recommendation i will .be supplied to. correspondents. : acting Here moving to strike out certain allegations
I I the next
meetinjp-- AUditor. Amos, and asked that the
that the governors of I A.B,to whether any of the black soldiers ofSjt contained in the Indictments.
'm- all the Southern states be',requested : 'will be enlisted, i if they prove 'The notarial bonds C. Pinney, board incorporate the same into their Contractor Has Gone to They were opposed by District Attor- ;
I James C. .Watson and W/ L. White
l. minutes and order all the old
to recommend the immediate estab- i. they have not oeen guilty'of complicity read ney Shepard and a most interesting
ces lishment of bureaus of Immigration.John or on an agreemuent to conceal were and approved.Wanted Charter. destroyed. This will greatly New Orleans. battle preliminary to the hearing. was '
-ts. Sharp Williams in a letter the identity of the rioters 'it Is stated -I I simplify the manner ofg keepin fought.
Attorney Geo. T. M.0rgan .then
> appeared records of these old warrants and if
offered a solution of the race problemin that the 'president will' probably Overruled Objections.The .
I before the board
and stated
in whose favor of them
lye th formation of a mmioa dollar TUBE HELD consent to modify- his orders in Individual -. that he represented 'R, A. Bonifay anyone are drawn should turn up any and claim Unable to secure laborers in Pensa- demurrer and all objections ti

company to buy lands in the Southern cases.CHARGE. who had presented.peeiti.'t to the the amounts due them a new warrant cola in sufficient number. Engineer Indictment No. 592 were overruled bj

states and sell it on time to de- board some months ago asking for a can be drawn if the old 'warrant has Muir, in charge of installing the sewerage the court This charges W. S. Har.

siraole immigrants. He recommended charter for operating a ferry at Mc- been properly entered on the minute and drainage system for Con Ian, manager of the Jackson Lumber ,
the establishment of a mounted STANDARD David; that at that time he had filed book as having been destroyed. The I tractor Storrie has gone to New Orleans Company plant and three others wua I

rural police force for the apprehension TODJyCoroner's his bond and complied with all the board adopted the iugg hon cf .fhe in search of men, and it is conspiracy to commit peonage. I
('f criminal negroes. other requirements of the law Jut clerk expected: that he will return about 'The objections to the other Indict ;

WITH BRIBERYBy that the board had take? no action No ,Game Warden Yet. I to-morrow with a large number. ments were taken under advisementby

on the same He th jj.; Had the law Just before the meeting 'adjourn Although the sewerage and drain- Judge Swayne, and ho will an-

\WILL TRY T"AWCASE -- on the subject and asked the boardto commissioner- Sennott called |age work Is progressing ally; not nOOBCe- hie. decision-. % these" cases'

Will Probe Associated Press 1 take some action,' either grantingor 1km to the fact that a game \\aHen.I'! enough work 14 being done tosuit this morning. -

Jury I Findlay Ohio Nov. 13.-Charges of 1 refusing the charter. had not been appointed for this county the engineer, and being unable to obtain I Interested Spectators.

% IN i DECEMBERBy 'Into' alleged attempted bribery .of a I I Commissioner Andrews then ad- and stated that he thought the, board 'laborers for excavating and other ,During jthe afternoon session the
Death of Man In- of the petit jury which sat dressed the board and grew eloquentin should call the' attention of the governor work,' he went' to ,the Crescent City court room was well filled with In-

probate court here in Septemoer mem-I his opposition to the board granting to that fact. The board.. on motion for them. terested spectators. Manager Har-

Associated Press. haling Gas. ing the prosecution of the the charter. He said he Knew instructed the 'clerk'to write the From three to four gangs of men i Ian, who had gone to LocKhart on

New York Nov. 13.-District Attorney cases are being pressed an at all the circumstances in the case aInl governor and call hjs.:attention to the have been at work since the commencement business before the indictments were

\ Jerome said to-day that the trialof ,.journed session of the grand jury. that a Mr. Johnson who now runs a matter. At 10 o'clock the meeting and eight or ten blocks returned by the grand jury has returned -

Harry Thaw for the murder of The investigation into" the death of All members of the jury which rendered ferry: at that place had been running adjourned_ of sewers have been placed. The I to the city and occupied a

Stanford White, would be moved for the stranger who lies .,in Pou's par-I, the verdict finding tne Stand- gangs are small ones, and it is the chair near his counsel yesterday as

the first week in December. The lors by a coroner's jury,:will be made!ard Oil Co., guilty of alleged violationof desire to increase the number of, men well as several others who are under

trial will probably be heard before to-day. Coroner Nichelsen having ordered -I the Valentine antitrust law have THOMPSON IS' 'RfTURNED.I I I Ineach, gang and also to increase the indictment It is probaPle that when

Recorder Goff, in the court of general a jury summoned, conduct, an been summoned and several. Interrogated -' number of gangs to about ten. This I the taking' of testimony is begun
sessions. Mr. Jerome will conductthe investigation.The by the grand jury. Tie remainIng will provide a big force of ,laborers. every. available seat in the court room

prosecution. D. N. Delmas, a investigation into the death of members will be heard to-morrow. probably about 150 in number and will be filled

California lawyer, engaged as chief ,the stranger by asphyxiation has been Prosecutor David ':stated that all .f. TO ANSWER CHARGES the work will then progress at a much Several Cases Heard.

counsel] forThaw, said he found Thaw I delayed over a'week'owlnl; to the fact rumors will be gone into thoroughlY : faster; rate than is now the case. Several criminal cases were heard
I nervous wreck and laboring under that the officials The contractor has been delayed to I
have been ,endeavoring during the day. The case of John T.
a great extent on account of inability -
lrt'at excitement to obtain some information as to Monej, which had begun the day -
| previous
his identity but: 'as' ,air,of, these efforts : FORTUNE. : FOR THE' ., Filed! Against Him Here For Embezzling About $1,200 to 'the to obtain storm,material when the, this company being ,dae refused / was concluded a verdict of

,iine; proven fruitless the body guilty:being found-;, He ,was charged
ENDORSE PLAN FOR will ai longer,be held] for identification : From the McDavid-Hyer Company-A Guaranty roadbeds to accept the material until the with assault on the naval reservation.
MISSION BOARD : could be placed in condi-
will .
and be buried ,to-daj It improbable tion. G. Seeley pleaded guilty to using

and that it will be-Interred in Company Had Bonded Him For $5,000. bad language on the naval reservation -
POLITICAL POWER St. Michael's and ,
'p7t1et-ry. where a lot I was' fined $10

..tchea.. I mill be purchased, .as, the strangerhad I By Associated Press. THE RESULTS IN W. B. McClellan was tried upon the
; sufficient funds IQ b/ir the expenses I Boston Nov., 13.-According to the To answer to tne charge of embez- ness :\0.3 Hicks Building, a young charge of illicit distilling but the

By Associated Press. of burial. I American Board of Commissioners zlement of funds of his former employers man named Clarence Earl Thompson -, Jury could not agree and a mistrialwas

:Minneapolis\ Nov. 13.-The second The woman will be the most important -,for foreign missionsthe organization amounting to approximately a member of the firm of Casey, WALTON COUNTY I ordered.

days! session of the American Federation witness. In fact 'she' and the I I will receive, about four hundredi $1,200, Clarence Earl Thompson, former Thompson & Co., real estate dealers I Sidney Blackman] and Chas. Watkins -

of Labor endorsed President keeper of the boarding-house will be! thousand dollars from the, estate of cashier and bookkeeper of the and 'agents and auctioneers. i I ,' charged with embezzling some

I"" Corapers'! plan for creating ,political about the onlj material' "!tnesses. |I toe late Solomon H. Chandler, of New McDavid-Hyer Company, was returnedto Thompson was wanted in Pensacola,I I portions of cargo of the steamer Tarpon

power1' out, of combined union The woman desires to return to her]|I j Gloucester, Maine regardless of the, Pensacola yesterday morning by Fla., on a charge of embezzling the I I ALL PROPOSED AMENDMENTS DEFEATED I were acquitted.

, trength. Vice President Duncan's, re- home in Alabama. now that she is rescript of the court whereny "the: Sheriff Jas. C. Van Pelt Falling to sun of $1,200 from the McDavid-i George Cotton a white man, who
Port was read! and approveG. able to travel, and claims that (180 title to the whole estate is denied.i furnish bond, he was locked in jail flyer Company, BY TWO TO :stated to the court that be was 90

The labor press is well representedat of the money 'the pockets of. By a previous decision of Cue probate I to await the pielimmary hearing. "The fact was telegraphed here by I years of age was arraingned upon
the convention and an effort will the man belongs to h$r., court a codicil to the will providing i The young man was arrested in the Pensacola authorities and Chief I ONE. il the charge of Illicit distilling.. To the

Ie. t e made to form a national labor that the board divide the estate equal New Orleans Monday. He had en- of Detectives De Rance detailed Detective i charge he entered a plea of guilty,

Press association. ly with the heirs stands.LAUNDBERGO gaged in business in that city and Stubbs on the case. He located -I but owing to his advanced years,
CONTRIBUTORSTO was a member of the nrm of Casey, Thompson and, notified the!I' Special to The JournaL I sentence was suspendE'd.IASSOCIATION.
DeFuniak, Nov. 13.-Owing to the
: Thompson & Co., and had been in Pensacola authorities, and yesterday i'I '
absence of Chairman Cawthon the -
TROOPS KILLED AND: business since a short time after he morning Dectective J. C. Van Pelt :
HOLD MEETING board of commissioners ,and afterward -
.1 i.1i
left Pensacola. reached here 'and left with his prisoner -'I to that of Supervisor ,
t' ,. I 'Bonded by Guaranty Company. for' home." tration Gulls the vote of the '

4E. NINETY PEASANTSBy CARGO SOLD ,',.Thompson, while holding the position Friends 'are Surprised.The II was not canvassed until pegt8-1

The contributors to:the Chamber of _. ... "' \ of cashier and bookkeeper} of the friends and, acquaintances of totals for each candidate are i OF LAWYERS
Commerce-Citizen's Relief Committeefund Ii I McDavid-Hjer Company was under a young Thompson in this city were I
]lows: I I
Mltaii. Courtland.Associated Russia.Press.Nov. 13. will meet at 'the"; !Chamber: of BARK, H'ICH SAILED FROM $5,000 bond, which was furnished bya surprised witen the\' earned that a !' For congressman: Lamar. ,,', 3j6j; I
guaranty company having a local] warrant had 'been issued for his arrest -
Commerce 4 Afternoonfor '
The at .o'clock..tola :
-.W punitive expidition which haj 1 : Meeker 12. Tampa. Nov. 13.-The Hillsborouga
HERE IN AUGUSTSOCD in this city, and consequentlythe especially upon such a seriouscharge
ben in operation in the Kreutzberg the purpose;;of receiving the final I \ agency real firm will not be the 'the made Justice Supreme Court: Pa, khill,I t County Bar Association held a meeting
estate man no
dl tri't for the last fev.weeks report of the relief committee and SATISFY young 358; ; Whitfield. 290; Green,. 4f.'* afternoon which
hat : SALVAGE, I / yesterday at a
man's secret, it is stated, of his whereaboutsand I
losers, if the young accounts.
1.il1"d I it is hoped b'tle committee I
:::::I ninety peasants' belonging to ., For Railroad Commissioner: "Blitch communication was read from Dun-
Vj* \olutionary organization termed I that there"will be a::full! attend i CLAIM. prove to be shOrt'. when. the trial Is engaged in business in New Orleans -I'259; Burr, 322; Beach 4Sill, 20. I.can U. Fletcher,' of Jacksonville
held, but the losses w. fall upon the under his own name, and was
*therest Raneers, who levied trIbute on ance. ,. -. company which stood his bond. well known. in that city. .. Drainage amendment: Against stating that he bad been appointed

surrounding country I ,. The Arrest in New Orleans.In It is not known when the preliminary -I 208; For 191. by the Jacksonville bar to enlist the
BISHOP GALLOWAY I The r The vote on the other amendmentswas
bark of the
Norwegian Launbdergo, cooperation of the members
speaking, of the arrest in New trial will occur. It will be be-
gCRETARY.SHAW' Captain Johnson which against in the prop rtion all the bar in the formation of stats
IS COMING; ,SOUTH sailed from Orleans, the Picayune of yesterday fore the county jUdge, from whose of-j Tampa
.. Pensacola on August 24.:bound' for said fice the warrant was issued, but until '1I way through of about'wo to one. association .of lawyers. The Hills-

9 'IWEW YORK By Associated Press. Rio Janeiro, has been sold at 'Wilmington !- ,"Yesterday morning Detective I the defendant secures counsel to rep borough lawyers in attendance at the
Jackson. Miss. Noon the advice Del. I'I endorsed
to the
saUsfy'salvage Stubbs arrested at his place of busi-resent him, the date will not be setThe meeting unanimously
v sew By York Associated Press. of physicians Bishop Chas. ,B. held by towboats of that port. REFUSED TO TAKE idea and appointed a committee, consisting

ill Shaw in l"o13.Secretary Galloway has relinquished all work un- Not only was the vessel sold to .------- of Judge W A. Carter, president
'\0rK explaining his visit to New til completely: recovered and next satisfy the claim, but also.the entice : of the Hillsborough Bar Association -

IcY'<:0Id said' at: You may say there Is a week he will leave' for, Florida to cargo of 943.000 superficial feet ol National Congress on OATH OF LOYALTY together with Vice President

Differ pfp posted Washington who tries to spend the winter probably. taking a lumber, which was loaded at this. SoIo B. Turman and Secretary M.
on conditions and who is trip to Cuba. port Henry Cohen, to confer with Mr.
sympathy Uniform Divorce in Session
with the United States.
)1- Asked Fletcher in reference to organizing a
"u all about Wall Strfet he said: RUSSIAN CONSCRIPTS DECLINE state bar association. It Is contemplated -

street: is not the United States American I to effect this purpose by bringing -
of .
*ra Bankers Discuss TO DEFEND CZAR AGAINST
-rica "
by any means By Associated Press. cases for which divorce may be granted the lawyers of the state 'together

NEGRO Philadelphia Nov. 13.-The national -j[ infidelity, felony,' bigamy, desertion INTERIOR ENEMIES.By in convention during the state fair at

RAN AMUCK New Currency LegislationBy Congress on Uniform Divorce habitual drunkenness and intolerable Tampa.
cruelty There was'no opposition -
AND KILLED THREEBy laws in session here adopted about to these provisions., In the list I GIRL KILLEDBY
one-third of the proposed uniform bill Associated Press. I
of causes for annulment of marriage Moscow, Nov.. 13. the
Asoctatedpreis. Associated Press.' cia committee appointed at EXPLOSION '
stringency. .Some, members drafted by a
nJ- \ '*illeX. c.. Nov. 13.-A negro Washington Nov. 13.-The 'currency the discussion showed a disposition say the meetiag in Washington nine opposition aration.I was presented against sep- swearing in of conscripts here to-day '

tan amuck to-nUht with a Krag-Jor- committees of the';.\ ierlcan .BankIng to reach common ground on wihch a months ago. The portions adopted I i disorder broke out more tkan half By Associated Press.
'nn rifle, killing two policemen Association ,and the New York united appeal may be made to con include seven cases for absolute di- I i refusing to'take the usual oath of loyalty Gainesville, Fla, Nov. 13.::-The
oat negro and ., I I Stetson University Beaten.' I to the emperor on account of a young daughter of Martin Smith a
wounding the captain Chamber of Commerce : for gress. The discussion in vorce.
w polio, The chief of police broke five hours -formulation. : principles" -. favor of currency being Issued on tke Important changes in' the bill are i 1 Savannah, Nov. 13.:-The Savannah phrase pledging them to defend his I prominent farmer, was instantly killed .
:"' a football team: defeated Stetson Uni.versity majesty against all Interior enemies. today by the explosion' of a railroad -
; hardware of references to
t- store for :weapons which form, the underlying b..1sis general credit of a bank rfeslrlng to the striking out proceedings ,
1'ffi! a for at football hele to-day, the Troops' were summoned but blood- I torpedo which she was trying to
POsSe and the of legislation forthe Issue of issue leaving the question
negro is now emergency donein .
currency, : \
*.I>t'j II 29 to-0. : shed was avoided. I'break open with a hammer. t
ell! I licore
in a saloon. j emergency currency lnjiutes1oZ finan various European countries. '.1.1"ijo :rarious ,legislatures to pass upon as ,
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Just chock full of elegant Suits, Coats, Skirts, 'Shirtwaists ':Our line,of Blankets: ll really make you happy just Elegant Schlo s-Made Suits, swell designs' $15 to'$35

Furs Shades, and, in fact, everything nice for to lookprice at them they are so fine and! yet so reasonable in Overcoats ,in. all the' newest' and most durable materials -

.. the ladies and. .children The head of this. department is ; and. to sleep under,them. will make sleep delight I cut and made by the most expert tailors, from $12.50
.. lady: exceptionally good taste' and wide experience in COMFORTS COMFORTS! to $25. .. : :j.

|his line. t.. The kind that are really comfortable, and .Ides gns' CRAVENETTES. : .

-_. that are'simply beautiful l land, in qulities to suit eeryone ;' ;:
in' blacks and fanclesfrom
no matter how cirCtt .llst nce Bed Spreads and Genuine Cravanetts,

in ': $12.50 to $22.50. 'These 'are the handsomest' coats'to be
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: Sheets and Pillow Cases Our Specialty. : found in the city '

Here you will find 'a well-selected line of this season'sneuest '.* '' ( .

: ,; MEN'S TROUSERS. :.: .:. A" ,, .
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staples; in blacks, blues, tans, grays, and whites, and at : .' We' are showing the finest line of Men's Trousers in 1

which will It is now a well-kno\\n.fact that in! our' store there'is $4 $12.50 pair hand tail
prices appeal to you. this town, from. to per every pair,.
to be found a Shoe to suit every occasion and to fit- every -R
-- foot* If you have trouble with your feet, just bring them ored. .

to> us we will fit them so perfectly, life's walk will be a ; : '. .
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woman in need of these goods feel just as cheerful as if .
For the little ones. Oh,.just the daintiest, sweetest, Everything for them td 'wear can be found in our'store.
she had met an old friend. Received and opened to-day '
Pratt. and, at the 'most .

a beautiful line of Ginghams, Panamas, and Arnold Ser- reasonable prices. You: couldn't hardly believe :It if'\e' : : Suits, Hats, Caps, ShirtsShlrtwalsts, Hose, Underwear -

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'"B UeTe I could sleep ataflCag without to be bad without a straggle, you knew.
Cardboard Puzzlt. CAN YOU FIND THE CAPTAIN? -
Beheading any support behind me, rill so tired and "You're a true philosopher, pard." his
A word which stand for a very common '. sleepy'." .said Fred. Truth._to, I don't friend returned. "It's never any use
piece of furniture. Behead It once want to 'descend, say more mountains fora crying over spilled milk. But-tookr!

and you will bare that which la a very coon's. age It want to bad coming and bt pointed to two slowly moving cb
necessary part of thy human head; behead : e rSt. op." Jecta that came Into view as they turned
fain and yon will have something S "Well. I reckon, not.' said Ned. "We the corner

which la needed to sustain life !. dldm't wall very far, If you'll remember., "Onr steeds thank goodnenr cried

CAn .-Chair.) I believe those steeds of' 'ours carried usa Ned. And sate enough there: a few

A word which describes an act we an part of the .-ajo., feet ahead of Ue boys, In Ue trail wailed

perform between birth and maturity. Behead "Well. Td almost forgot about .those the' two little burros, whe. having spset
and rovll. hare the position la burroa. 1 &>' hope they are tIH at Ue. the night alone, bad probably given uy
which people' alt In church., place where we left-them," said Fred. the return et their young masters lid
(Ana.-Grow.) "Wish we nxdat rugged these guns along. bad darted home to give tile alarm Wls

A word which denotes a certain 'condition They're getting awfully, heavy and we little beasts--if people do call then
of atmosphere. Behead and get haven't needed:tfcem."' stupid.

that which. uo one. wants to become e ,"Yes, but a fellow never' knows when II
sooner tr- la absolutely necessary. be might have a call'for them," responded I
(Ana, J.) -
w. .. lied "Afl the mountain Dons areu.ttlJled.dJ Oh Woe!
I've board that toe was seen
THE FIFTEEN; LARGEST CITIES Et. .a ,the south s sUe of .thin. mountain last .
An Apple email sad
Paste the week.
square containing the black
And bard M (lit was seed
sections 00 a bit ft stiff cardboard. Then London New York Parts Berlin. Chicago Lad so they trudged tad down tattIng .
cut out carefully to preserve the exact Vienna, Canton Toklo, Philadelphia, to pass .the time away 'After going A-baagttig: oa a kee.A .
fora at they are. By laying the little clap from town ..
blocks St. Petersburg, Calcutta. Constantinople a distance of what seemed to them several
together correctly a crow will be formed. Peking, Moscow and Baenos Ayres. miles they. began With atones did knock It dews
to wonder U they badgot la wicked glee.
'onto the wrong trail. for ao trarrea
bad ,tIe7' yet;found:

I When "The Chums" Traveled above' "F", we couldn't have get oa another
trail. sal<<
Fed "for there to tat OMoa

the Clouds. 1' this side of Ue asountala, you know*
Tbea Fred stopped:suddenly and caught
bold of bis cvmpolon'a ,ara. ".",
BY WILLIAM WALLACE JR. bly could. And more than once a .forefoot 1 yard do yoo:nppone" 'could have get

Fred and Ned were web close friends would crumble tie dirt from under started--started tack; oa Ue wroag side
that they went by the nan of "The It, sending tbe loose dirt a thousand feet of the moMtalnrj .
Chums' everywhere When Ned below nil almost causing the precipitation F
yon saw Something Ii<* tear eelsed Ned. Tbea
of beast and
to the
yen were sure to see Fred and flc* be said "
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versa. They were seatmatea at school terror of the latter and the seeming non- dont remember coming to
they were In the same class*, and out Indifference of the former. that Immense botloer tau we bad to 4
of school they were Inseparable friends.If About sundown The Chums" reached 4 jcth --' crawl round' die summit, do you?
the mother et one of the boys wantedher cloud line And they hadn't stopped 'en It does look a bit' off. I declare."
son she would invariably send a mes- route except to eat a little luncheon and Bat being brave fallows they went
singer 'te 11.4n.. Chum" snowing drink from a sparkling mountain stream. t+ right on, Mllowiag Ue steepest and
that One could not be found without the They could tell that thay were among crooked trail tt.W...vee ben
their mis
other."Tat. the clodda, for a soft whke foe eaveloped fortune to go ear' Almost
Chu s" a little town at them and the moisture made their hair ;, they found themselves at a miner's exhausted.cabin
tao foot .of. the Jtocky !Mountains and limp.: Toe temperature also became colder. about midnight Tapping oa tile door
.many a climb they bad over the great and colder as they descended aDd they I they asked the old miner who opened It.
heights and through the deep canyons buttoned their coats close round them to If be could tell them where they were.
rou id about One Saturday morning they keep.from Ihl vertD!'. Yes
: they were .a the south aide of
decideJ to make n jonrney oa barroback "We most make tbe up tonight said y old Mount M-"-? about half- 1.
up'on,.ef'the least,formidable mountain Fred. "Tomorrow morning early we've "You meaa About halfway down up. ,"
of the'ranfe-a. mountain that few people got there to fa start borne, you know" If we reach langbed iced "for we've spent this much
r scheduled tIme.
ever"'avteetCCU on account jr. the steepness of the night In. descending"
and carrowne!;s of the traiL Tbclr But just as he spoke the clouds became "Xow. wLstll
elders shook their heads and told them 110 dense about them that the wise little roar asked Fred,we"The do about oar bur
burros poor little beasts
It Was oat cafe-to go In the fall of the stopped stock still refusing to pl will stand, there and s
year as the snowstorms set In so early CO another step till they could lee their. e w v as. It's a m as4f, shame wait and tbat wait for Inside hIs pocket tight
ot\ the nountsinx.. bat "The' Chums" put way better. pair of greonles." we'resuch He bid It out of.dgbt!
forth all their powers of argument and "Wrtl 'I'm for getting off and recon- r ri But It was decided that Tbea boneward raa.Tbat .
noltering they could
a bit. said iced dismounting
wart the day.Tcu' as be spoke. po'sibly go back, for them that night so apple green Tie t.-.
most be back In time for .
rhool on bojfi Monday ml'rnl:1g." tbetr par- "1'm with yon," agreed his ( -A wreck 1 A wreck r cries sailor; Ah. brave Is the true captain. they contented themselves to stay with When K was very lare.Imajlce .
which might Nor cries fee all in vain Who neer In life knew fear; the aid miner'the remainder. of U.nfjlit .- if yoc'euil
eat had said and "The Chums" prom the were. have been expected, since For ra the stormy waters And be will tare the wrecked ones and return! t& t1Ieir-It eedm'" the follow
land to return to the Tillage on Sunday ." always of one mind. A await boats torn In twain. ran joo find him! He Is near. Ing morning! .. A5M8 JAM i
sometime before or after sunset or annrlse. Wbst hall we do with these beasts Y'eap1
Not very definite perhaps bit asked;; Fred holding to tbe, bridle of his. .' Ao1'er T .. Bright aDd early, after breakfast with

they wanted to be on the safe side. barro."Can't these,, and go on. The higher they eran sight. At*last 'hI' ,poke ..It'. too :"Great,. grand, wonderful were a few their over .fxA Ue te&os bostthechuraa": the started back
Besides. If they earned an hour anJ we tie them to a boulder? re- eight t. V
failed to arrive on time 'bv the clock;; piled Ned went the Itl"eJ't'ralld more uncertain the I bad to live In 'the valley: when this qlIere. of the adjectives that slipped from theirtongues. fore;: After rh@ 1"llrl.fil b actS then the -

they .knctr bow their mothers woo4! "Ye*, If "e. caa fliul ones tr"41 I became, but the clouds were thl.- ." descent on tbe other .side, they arrived .
worry ud fret about them. So they pit A great ragged rock;; was coon located nln; some which prottd to the boys that "But pant I!s'JIOll" wed get tired of And tie .moon la all her glory neat. at the place where they, had Wt ta ir: cat
themselves 10 hours iu whirli: la Vary: one la, the pad Jast a few feet above ando they were getting bore them After this peak-nearly a'l! the year clotted In 1 f9Ttn;a light tb t was almost equal to a burroa. But, eo burro were there The
way or the other this the boy forced the burros to go About an borrs climb,,they stood at the know-If we bad to stay here. Not mach ;cloudy afternoon. Tbe boys, roll of en- ground where they bad atood bow 4
With ecurcB luncheon to Ian taro days tying! ,t' ftr bridles about one projecting. point of tUelt.destination-th.summit of room tor a gas-e.of football eb?" And. ',ithuslasm. went down and dews Coding sagas of Ue aalmai*'. ,aacaslness,* and
their trusty rifles! a bottle of matchesand corner: till they should go ahead! a little the moanta'n.! AU about them was ced. Ned laughed. It ranch pure difficult to descend than It they bad fucrerii fa> JooAcnfng their
two blankets, they mounted their way and find the trait quiet and serece. No sound disturbed "VTell. If a fellow ahocIJ chance! to tll'l' had been to ascent. brUlea and Bad tala.a tbemselve off.
little mountain beasts end started by dar- "It's not very ute to leave these anl the almost melancholy gtHleeps' and no too near the ede It wonld be his last "Oft,:jbot I'll t* glad to reach those tit.' "Wen. '&fter.1iD mi coesMeratioo of
break;; up tile long, winding and real!; mats hereUd Ned. "for It they should trees, no clouds nor booldera of soy size game I reckon replied TreJ- "Bat tIe beastsr said Fred"I. -sure can do them Ue little feast ludnt enough
dangerous; trail leading to a peak that get loose they'd" stampede for borne In a were there V> looot '1IP and cst off any we'd better return to oar *t- i*. I fist justice to one of those Vlf :aadwlcoes I -cooarleratlen for as to await ear"r.. -
saw the sun rise fall two hours before iii fy.rileD part of the wondrous view. Above the a bit uneasy to leave them there. I taw year mother put InU. the basket turn" cried.Ke&r "TDutt't catck :tae waiting
they saw It In'the Tillage below. And the we'd be In a pickle, wouldn'twe stars and moon gleamed in the clearest After one more good look at the miles And ,then after andJag a safe .spot! -. nay atreugtbland. time oa them
are-footed little bnrros the "Rocky ?" laughed Fred. sky they had erer seen. Be* w them and miles ef cloud sea beneath them acd level Hare large enough! to hold' u* and arain. I caB Wfyoa
Mountain mocking blrda." as they are "As yell as In the dooOV responded the clouds formed'a sea of bluish.white the starr? heavens above then II. the steeds-1f'1ITaP la ar biaakets' "Well. It! walk ''bom,' and without a
called out there went so slowly that the e4But come a. para lets get a cutting them oil from the world, apparently. ehtua" set Gtf down the mountainside M I and take a aieep'abore the clouds. bite to eat too. aM Fred la a b.ngry
boys almost despaired of ever reachlns move on before ft gets dark." find their burros. Before they bad g- 0'1 doubt the ClHliac .( a level spot six toae "Ue. .o-\talo. c&fmltlqsin
the top of the mountain: uless: they should Tbe boys carefully crept onward and -My. this 'U worth the effort," said very far the clouds lUted. thinned: and i inches sasare.." laughed Ned. "If we vrbat. -" v .. .
have a week at It. And how perverse the upward toward tbe summit .f the old Ned. In a low reverential tone. "How evaporated. leaving the mountainside 'IIeeldt will have to be lying 'spoilt. In "We must4aie; ,tbe,twd.wkb tbe goad
little beasts did behave too. They seemed mountain. More than once they >:ne close we seem to heaven*' and the valley far below uasnrowJed cc. fact we'll be almost standing; leaning pad" salt Ned *' e !4... I'd do it allover
determined to walk as near the dangerous across great obstacles In the shape of Fred made no reply/ but stood breath- In plain view. The boys stopped to ex- I .against" the mountain for a wall u It again to see% the picture we saw ,
downhill aid of the trail as they possl- I boulders. They would crawl roond err lag In the beUt7..Clf. jraa4 and and claim Uielr aColratloa of the ,ptctur., J .were.-. frooa tho'toarotbraf, really foU




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i loss of vitality,-vigor : APe ectGodsend"

I or -tone, and-is often a precursor ,: ANfNGIrR-ON WORK

SP KEN lY i : of ,'prostrating? sick t -a 'Mrs;'Bessie Spencer; ,. completely used up, tried doctors and '

p :.medicine witliout'pd results. She
t states that Duffy's Pure
-' ... .. .1 ness.Tbisiswhy"k: Is That Has Be ijD& ne on the. ; .New City .Hall l Builiiing< ,

p .[ serious. 'The best* thing 1- : ,' a Malt.Whiskey: helped her from

iAELESs. -you ':can do ,Is to'take. the Which Were- Read- at the' Meeting f the City. i _ -the- start, and restored her to the li

,, best of health in a short time. '
great alterative aa4 .tonic : '- i
,! Council 'Monday :: -

.f Hood'sSarsaparillaWhich I -c Mrs. Spencer, filled with gratitude '

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The of Engineer Geo. Rom writes :
reports condition. The concrete has been

t Successful Communication has,cured thousands. mel," Jr., and of Architect Fulghum ( thoroughly mixed before being put : i, I Lave,bees,cMBg Defy Pare Malt for .
1 I W. which rear. a" 'c f four months and 1 am so &:ad as it has done
; andC: Wills, 'were into the foundation: and the work: is C
good than all the
it Had With the. 'Vessel... for I at ,the meeting of 't&4 City Council being pu\.I in in.a thorough :workman -,-,' a ia-' ,--i.- me I hae more taken., "1 know that djctor I wor'-ed medicines very '
L : *"* N .' *, GULF dnrcoFFtFouH. _Mondaui&hu unon tBeir. inspection ship-like manner, both as'to line and t :-- ,-- ;;'- t.rt and tra* failing fzsf tttiy dxr until 'I'
::4-, 54 tab this wonderful Pure ilaitYhi
I Some Days. -i-. of the wrk tone upoif the. city hall level and the ,re-Inforcing Is 'In tho ,.- : : -. ,, kef and It'- 1 wrety'can anywhere ia 1-;
._ P. CHJPMAN Manager. are as IXVrs.: foundation in a thorough competent 'Er' 1-a. the side world, &nd BQ sruh to prake '
it amidst tbeu* n Rommel's ;
Roasters, Blenders and Shipp ers of Engineer Report. i manner. We inspected all the concrete \ 1 brorght me cst ef r.vdu tir.g. 1 had to go<

'The .Fensacola! ,' Nov. $. 1906. I that has been put in, digging t. .1- "? stiirt one ,fo;t at a tune, and .hen I got
wirelezsztation at tne Pens" Fine .CoffeesOUR .L. Hilton' Greed,,,Chairman Board of: intoit with .a pick,.and find that the i*. ,+' -i.- -' a' up it the raormrj-, I could act stand on njr
cola navy yard kept in, communication Bond Trustees; : feet for some time. my jibe vood trembles
j I ; foundation 'is as bard: ,and good as t- -'cV: wider me, and when Duffs .as recommended -
clothes cost a with the battleship Louisiana,.on COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Dear Sir: In compliance! ,with your:I could be expected for the length of : to ne I sent and aotitassooaasl :

I board of which was President Roose-1 GROCERS. GIVE THEM A. TRIAL., request of November 7.1; hare madea 1 titne ir has been put in. The 'concrete ::,: -/: ,-. ,-t toaid. and before 1 had taken one bottle ofDaffy's
but the ] piS: Malt 1 could waikand
jTMOfl price. mere i I : go upstairs very
I welt bourn: for the Isthmus of Pina- very thorough examination of the first.j>ut in is as firm as a rock. '-- -' 2 well. This medicine was a pcjiect godsend tome t

b'1; \ of your paying a ma for several days. The statement I foundation work of the new,,city hall I The general work is of the best class. ;; and I to it as long I lire '
that slation'could" : : ,A NEW DISCOVERYFor building. I have examined the .
the not get in concrete and In'ur. opinion. :the foundation is '-
"lId( price does not al- aJ over the land MIll that it nay reach many
P communication with ,the presidentwas I at more than a dozen different I a good solid job.:, a sufferer, as it would proloor their life for

v '. s mean that YOU are incorrect. Commander Hogg In' Sewing Mending Torn 'Garments Old tt-Ever Without points making such examination' .S. P. FULGHUM, S many' year (signed! ) MRS, BESSIE SPEX-
or Showing. Hap
( i-.R, Eancm. Talbot Co.. Cvkkborougli Sa..
the clothes :charge of ,the wireless station- pen to You? : wherever possible of the_work which I C.. '. WILLS. MRS. BE56II SFEKCER I : Hi. Ap'l H, oG.Dufty's .
rt" lug good speaking of the communication between -" has been done and which is now being I These reports worJd have been published

mehere the condi- I' and the station Accidentlv tear your garment. What constructed, I find the same is first- in" the council -
'i the battleship :. did you do? AVell. you took a needle and I proceedings yesterday Pure Malt
for says: j tried to sew together, after which It class in every respect. The concrete. but copies of them could not Whiskey-
.ns :ire right you, "The! LouL!bna was .communicated d was un!atisfactorThe garment was seems to be very thoroughly set up be secured at that time and are given -

0 urc the right clothes, with' before she passed out. of the ruined and My you MAGIC gave}UXDER'mends it away That's any theresult i at every point' above as there .is much interestin is an absolutely pure. gentle and invigorating stimuaIt% and tonic, builds up the nerve,

capes ol the ,Chesapeake, distant kind of garment ,without sewing so joucan't I From this inspection, I have no the discussion and the investigation nJoribSS the heart, gives power to the brain, streagth and elaincity; ; to the ::-
right price and the des, to the bleod It brings into action aU the vital forces, makes di
about 6..9 miles, and tell; they were. ever torn Package I hesitancy in the work to be the
sea a message reporting now being pursued by coun bon perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat ail the nourishment it contains -
nclit; treatment are waiting passed between: the ship and the i>t% MaIled of 15 cents with to full instructions On receipt- I first-class in every respect. cit It is invaluabc for overworked men, .. I.
delicate and children. It
women sickly strengthen
tion. This was Friday morning aoout. Yours very truly, Two Springs Found. and
for sustains the system, it a promoter of
you.SOMETHING 4a.m. M. M. FEINGOLD" GEO ROMMEL, JR., Mayor Bliss stated last night that food health! and longevity makes the old

"Sa1 urd.- night we heard Charleston ::I P. O. Box 353. Pensacola, Fla. Member Am. Society C. E. I an investigation yesterday led to the young and keeps the TOBDJ strong. Duffy's

: and lieaulort call&s! the' Louisiana .Resident' Engineer for T. Chalkley' discovery of two flowing springs under is as the a medicine only whiskey ana that is guaranteed has been recognized absolutely I

I and hoa'd the Louisiana cat: us. Hatton. I' one of'the foundations for a walL free from fusel oiL Seven thousand doctors ,A

Saturday nIght' about 10 p. m.. ve Wills &. Fulghum. This was what Inspector Hill reported .prescribe and 2.000 hospitals use Duffy's'Malt
Whiskey! exclusively. -
OTANDARDfLOTHINGro.JTKIESEN i heard the L uislarist! le-Ill r she ANSER9 Pensacola Fteu Nov. 7, 1906. to tiie board and council Monday
BUILDING ... was. about abreast, of St.. AugUbtina, INliBEl Mr. L. Hilton Green Chairman Board night. The mayor stated that Architect substitutes.BEWARE of dangerous Imitations and < -

I and heard a message from her that of Bond Trustees: Pensacola Fla." Ausfeld, who is in the city and They are positively harmful -
and sold for )
; are profit only by; unscrupulous -
the, president would the Dear Sir As requested by who after
I inspect ; ship : you we *as present investigatingthe dealers. Look for the trade: mark, -
to-morrow (Sunday) with Captain visited the city hall to-day inspected : earth ordered all of the soft earth "
the "Old
Chemist, on the label, and be /
NEW Conden_ and .heard her send some. the work and report as follows: i dug out and the entire space filled certain the seal over the cork is unbroken. -
[MMiN!\\\ Beauty!) Pins, 25 and 30c per pair other messages." SUIT We Inspected the foundation and I with concrete.also All druggists and grocers,or direct,$1.00 .' -, I
find that it is first-class in every respect The mayor stated that the in- a bottle. Doctor's advice and medical

w. A.Gahlenbeck, 213 S. Pallfoi St. Sluggish td y". xFeel like cutting The cement being used is of I spector again protested against the booklet free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., '

--- --'- ----- your head off to get rid of the ache? the very best grade and not dam-I quality of sand being used, and that Rochester,New York.

COTTRELL: Your ,liver caused the feeling. Did aged. We had a barrel the architect stated that it was the

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. you know it! When its off duty Important Disclosures. Prom our presence and found it In gooaTHE I best ,that could be secured. -

Pensacola. ,r'la. you always! feel that ,way. There's no > LEWIS BEAR CO., DISTRIBUTERS. '

-- ---- use in having,such a feeling long.., L. ised at'Trial.of Asphalt -
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L. L., ,(Lamar's Lemon Laxative) RICHARD ft;
FHOICGRAfhERS SINCE 1870. touches your liver and wakes it up Case. THE OFFICERS ,OF THE"CANTONMENT LITTLE BOY DIED i I_ _

Xriik: Suppl. .. finishm] tor Anatsari. quick. I1JELTIIS T LODGE EARLY LAST NIGHT

------ All druggists' 50c. .. THACKERY/ READY The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Dunn will sympathize with them in
R. K. WHITE, New: York, Nov. IS;-Captain JohnS. The following is the correct list of the loss of their little son, Harry
Jeweler. and Graduatet LIGHT HOUSE'BREAD 'ot United officers of the' lodge of Odd Fellows )
rtratcr.Manufacturing ,Sewell Corps Engineers; I new who passed away last night at 6:30:
ft'c'an.30 S. Paicfox Strict Pentacola. Fla. article in the recently instituted at Canton
States Army, signs an THE lATEST o'clock
WAS SUCCESSFULLY FLOATED after an illness of about two
--- -- -- --- -- ---- -none genuine without the current issue of the Fireproof .Magazine I ] ment: IS. weeks. The little boy had Just reached .-

label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- which forecasts' a new era in I FROM PALAFOX WHARF G.-W. L. Everhart the age of one year and his deathis
Told Bewails V. G.-C. H. Jackson..
Tersely fireproof building Cat I a severe blow to the parents.
ery. :, high rank asf i anexpert makes the VESTERDAVAFTERa Secretary-J. H. Brewton. The funeral services will be eon-

Dr. W. :M Gate of Cottage Hill is __ opinions he expresses in this article Five Big New York Hotels Tl'E'asurer-o. E.' Sexrls. ducted at the' family home. No. 115

in the city on a short visit the most important contribution jet NOON. R. S. to ,Nr. G.-C. Anderson South Alcaniz street, this afternoon at

Freeport Observer Mr. M. King REDUCTION brought out in ,the.>#vigorous 4lscus- '.. ,, .. .. Are, Owned By the' ',L.. S. to N. G. Frank' Haronn.W. ., :3:30 o'clock and the interment will
Pensacolathis of construction problems_DOW -H. W. Brown. be in St.
went on a business trip to aba John's, cemetery. ,
architects and ,The sand sacking dredge Richard C.-W. Ii!. Richards: ,

D.w W.(('k.Burke of DeFumak, was in SMOKE, NUISANCE' ( ; : going buildings on all among over the country. Thackery.. which- :was' ;\left resting upon Astors. 0.I. G.-John Q.-John ReinhartR. Hall. ', "- BE CHARITABLE _

"In thejgte'r of fireproof pnstruc-- Palafox wharf bwihe-.hurricane, to your horses as well as to your
the city yesterday on a short i S, to V. W. 'Smith.
G H. .
visit.Milligan. -- tion.7 Capt Sewell::says ,"reinforced was yesterday launsccessfu1ly New York,Nov. 13.-Witb,opening self. You need not suffer from pains
concrete should be treated"*B a:structural of the new. Knickerbocker, New L. S. to V. G.-T. J. Bradley. of any sort-your horses need not
HErald: Hon. L. J Reevesof HIGH 'CARBON 'COAL 'AND COKE mady from her;; position, ,apv4s: 'she has Chaplaln-T. F. Windnam -
ma.tenal.superior in re York has walked up to the existence I suffer. Try a bottle of Ballard's

Pensacola. formerly circuit Judge : .spects ;steel,, but .one demanding been .repaired and pl&cetf 1nicondition-, of an'.:Astor family "hotel-- nist." Beginning .. Snow Liniment It cures all pains. J.

t>>f this district spent 'Tuesday here. :GIVING SATISFACTORY, .. ..,, protection,,from fire.; It seems to me she-is about ready to commence the,. with the Astor house,,the As- -.1 1L Roberts Bakenfield, Mo.. writes:
I .
The tug E. L. Russell bound for I RESULTS'Tittsburg. \. i that the logical line of developmentIs : work of 'floating 'other '%'ess l4. tors have successively put up the The S
Port Arthur with the barge Cone- reinforced concrete covered'with The dredge it was thought immediately Waldorf-Astoria, the Hotel ..Astor'and I The squarest word in any language i years and find_It tobe the best I have

,naugh in tow, put into port yesterdayr : .> terra.rotta.- ,Itheterracottsho&Idn'Ot4e'see,no'reasoa..why-the: after, .the-rnbad_ been 't jte..St Rerisvan4now.'tie-Knicker ""Is the Latin-time, which,: connection' ever used for manor, .best", Sold ,by
coal proceeding on the voyage-; fine : 13 -4 tfhat tne ; so-de 'bad11 damag 4but 1ne'y' bocket'is lidded tb'tie list"oT'Ast6r-' 'r wlth'the three other Litin words, item;*tall druggists.

afternoon. -.ov. veloped that'it,would take thE-: place be less serious than expected and built hostelries "providing exclusiveness r meti and emit, can'be read, when written
!"smoke nuisance"'can 7 iargciv: reduced -
Ret H ('. Glenn left last night for 'is shown by. the results of the er a great deal of the wooden centering repairs were made as soon as possible for the. masses. ''I as a square, In every possible direction Am Economical DI.....

"irewton! Ala! where he was called efforts made in this direction by the which forms such a serious item so as to have the vessel:: in shape,i Rising fifteen stories high, the forward, backward, down and Fore quarter of lamb is the most

} a telegram! announcing the death I Pennsylvania Railroad in Pittsburg. of expense in the execution' of reinforced to be used in digging. channels* \to Knickerbocker with a frontage of 186 I op thus : economical roast to be had and one of
other stranded'vessels.
esierdav morning of his little 18- Inspectors calculate that conditions concrete. j I feet oa Fort.second street and 102 TIME 1I I I11E'M t the very best. Order a large piece at
The first! work of the dredge will
aonths-old! grandson George Bas- have improved 50 per cent since the "T rra cotta exposed to fire is feet on Broadway is conspicuous: least seven pounds and have fire or

om Tippm son of Dr. R. H. M. Tip- railroad management began a systematic either totally 'destroyed!trom f expansion be In digging channels to the big monument In' the very:centre of NewYork's I 1,1[air chops taken,off first and then two
Peter and Bobby-Ho two of
,in and Mrs. H. B. Tippin. I I attempt to keep down to-an absolute stresses, or else it iaientirely ,un- barges liveliest district Although pounds of the neck, and rib ends for a
largest barges owned ty Captain 1 I
'endeavor MET I
damaged. We should : to so millions have been 'spent on the interior -
What many people say Is the pret- minimum the volume of somke Saunders, which are on the beach stew or Iamb pie. The shoulder blade

iest house between Pensacola and from its shops .plaits, and. looomottves install the terra cotta that ..expanaionstresses without near Perdido wharf.. The dredgv being -i decorations and furnishings EMIT I and bits of bone are to be made into asoup'
Colonel j
-- be; taken up John Jacob Astor's architectsand
';iculdmg is the home of Harry N. built especially for work of this' f : with the ordinary vegetables and
The fire cannot ,do it any builders did not stop at outer
Locomotives breaking. appearances '
her,, Lake. Mr. ; running into the Du- ,
at Sunset Myers '
character in the harbor, will be of :
molecular damage, so that if it escapes -: ., Egyptian Borrowers. either a cup,of beans mashed or a cup
M lUst painted his house in very at- quesne Station now use coke only. great assistance in the present work.I II The bad remarkabls I to' it tho
damage from expansion'and : To'make then. ten hundred"gueststhat Egyptians a very of tomatoes to give body ;
is For shifting engines kind of I
ramve colors and it a very pretty a new .
!ace indeed. high,carbon coal, named near Portage contraction it will, .be absolutely un: I the Knickerbocker canaccommodate ordinance to prevent persons from borrowing whole, of course, served clear.

I I''is giving very satisfactory results. Its injured. A relatively small thickness SMACK CAVIAR TO. SAiL feel that they are securely as imprudently. An Egyptianwas .1 The roast may or may not be staffed

ttllliams, an Allen perfumer. use makes mere work for the firemen 9f terra 'cotta would prevent.:con- : FOR SNAPPER: BANKS well as luxuriously housed, the fire- not permitted to borrow without In. the pocket left by the shoulder

>as in the city yesterda arranging but it also makes possible a consid-! crete 'on the inside from :becoming, jsroofing of the new hotel was made giving to bis creditors in pledge.the blade's removal. Tbe peas may be
u the holiday demonstration which erable diminution of'the volume of heated enough to damage it.: The fishing schooner Caviar, which ,one of the principal features. This body of his father. It was deemed tanned on'es convenience or a freshegetAb1e _
fee will have at Hoo- of the fishing fleet to
Allen was one go
of idea has been carried 'I
slIoke"hen: the "When the economy doing away so both an Impiety and an Infamy not to
Pennsylvania anti-
I 8ucbs'cauliflower be
'on's Pharmacy Ms Stephens, the ashore. near Brent's mill will proceed may
smoke campaign with a., lot of the''ood J1.' centeringis out that should ,a blaze break out in sacred A
began the most redeem o a pledge. person substituted. If wishes to have this
iemonbtrator! will be here about tD'sea to-day for the first time since one
instructions considered it ,seems 'to .me that any room it would simply burn up
:"wmber 1, I I[(firemen to were given to: this combination reinforced ,con- the hurricane. The vessel has been the Inflammable material there and who died without discharging that duty I a company dinner, a simple green salad
as the means to be taken 1 was deprived of the customary honors
Samuel Harvey Philips the wellown to avoid firing within, the ,city. Engineers crete and terra cotta offers.$ ,,3. pros- thoroughly repaired and will go to then die out The floors and partietions I I may follow the lamb, with French
to the dead.
': medicine man is in the city were. ordered to' I pect of improvement in fire-resistftg t1)e. Campeacbee fishing grounds, in are of hollow tile from bulwarks paid dressing and wafers.-Harper's BazarIfiarHed ,
'IT of co-operate besides' hppes of making a big catch. .I through'which fire and smoke cannot I
several days in the interest with firemen in ,avoiding the' produc- construction. a'ery ,appreciable -
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ae: Van Vleet Mayfield Drug Co.. of tion of smoke. economy." 'The ,vessel will carry out a crew pass The steel frame work is 'encased ,
has unnecessary Sewell has carried of ten men instead of the usual number in cotta' to Every woman covet a
Vmphls, Tenn. Mr. Philips just I I I Instructors were appointed to in- Capt. ,already te.rra prevent warp-
-'arhed the state from a tour of Vir-i I I Utruct the men and report all cases of his ideas into practice in %the con- of' sir or seven. All of the fish- ing from fire'or sudden collapse\from shapely,pretty figure, and

rita :North Carolina and Tennessee. excessive_smoke to the road foreman struction of the'butldingror, the ,war ing ,vessels are now increasing their I the effect of the corrosion. >, I many of them deplore the

fd is making his headquarters at. end, all. .employes! were notified that college at, Washington., Jng crews to by thescarcityofyessels.from.two .to three men. ow-II I. :In .fact.' the perfection of the steel loss of their girlish Corm.Mifr *
'te Merchants and hollow-tiles construction makes
uey were expected to'co-operN.e witthese : PILES CURED: IN,6 TO 14'DAY$.: unburn- after marriage. The bearing
MUligan Herald: The engine and instructors in orher\ to obtain PAZO OINTMENT Is piarantfea to I the whole building so nearly 1I children is often destructiveto
is nft wakingto
alQQ"e for the Scotch Company's .log the best,-esults.: : While'..the outcomeof cure any case of itohljiK. Blind Bieedinr I able that there guest mel the mother's
2in arrived Tuesday and was greet- these practical measures has been or Protrud:ng Piles in. G to: 14' days,. or SEAkciiiN 'FoR IT. 'find ,that his only choice lies between shapeliness. '
4 with cheers. As soon as an engi- highly satisfactory, to still further money refunded :50c. being .roasted alive .or a leap All of this can be avoided,

VT can be secured the train will be minimize 'the **smok"-nuisance," will I I from the fourteenth or'fifteenth story. however by the use''of' Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this

Ve l in service. J. G Lowe, who be actively "continued.. .. Evidently, me, day' of the hotel firetrap great lir.: ment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and
::;:4--- ,is for every new hotel '
as for several years been on te I F DeFUMAKSpecial ; I I passing the of her form. Mother's: ,Friend overcomes all the -'
'\TO branch went to Pensacola I : -I SOME PENSACOLA CITIZENS CAN must keep up with ,the standard set preserve ;
yes- FROST FORMED andcairies the mother
wday to stand the examination to by such ,buildings as the Knicker danger! child-birth, expectant safely throughthis

ati that position YESTERDAY TELL .YOU WHERE IT'S bocker. critical period without pain.: It is woman's greatest, blessing.

The How the centre of New ,York's hotel Thousands ,gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from, the
remains of Thomas Webb. who .I i FOUND,
to The JournaL ,. population has changed is shown by
llpired :Monday, were placed at rest Frost was observed in'several por ., use of this wonderful ,
DeFuniak Nov. 13.-Mr. and Mrs.
the fact that within a radius of 1,000
t,.terday afternoon in St. Michael's tions of, the city yesterday morning beeu If )'oi have an) itchiness of the,: 'remed '. sold by all' "
Charles have '
Beardslej, ,': feet lof the Knickerbocker there are }
(fmet... The fuceral services were the formation being: such' as to '..;. spending the summer in Illinoi*. returned skin. sixteen theatres and twenty-one druggists at $zoo per M 0 tb er S
noticeable and the weather department 'I
ndllcted at St. Michael's church. very home Tuesday. irritating Eczema, Itching Piles;; I clubs. Through the basement runs bottle. Our little '
for this morning
-a. attended by a large concourse of predicted_ Mr J. J. Fitz&'eralli of ML Pleasant, You're looking for relief the Subway; within two blocks is toe book telling all about -
Tow Hi friends and relatives. The another frost, provided the featherwas ,J ,
Iowa is here for the winter. Grand Central Station and a short
!**a', iC i\J'.' The minimum temperature yester:; people have found a: cure:!f F"r'II1fI
haves number ofTelatje .
a large move into Capt. L son"s new cottageon i Terminal is being built What used I
Ca. Attiiti Ga.
$ to mourn his loss. dav was the lowest of the season. It orange street this week.;. for itching skin diseases.. j t Ito be the northern limit of the "Rial- Brtffcif Rtfi.'itir ,

WhnO dropped to 35 degrees at 6:15 a. m., Mr. LeslIe '1 apl1an. has. moved herewith -They tell about it. Read what this,to".is now the location of its half-way
: -
get the worth of your while the maximum yesterday registered his family.

mont", \.k for Blue Ribbon Vanilla. 53 degrees at 3:55 p. m. Miss Annie Collier, of Chlpley, hfes citizen says: I i house.

'bsohlff'h' pure goes twice as far Last year on the II fcame ,date the been visiting here. Mrs. W. Mertins living.on West in-I Leader cad "-.r n ort1a. How Our Acme- Double Flint
: < "if Blue Ribbon Flavor" is per- maximum was 66 degrees "Ssml the tendencia St. says: "1- used Doan'sOintment Intemperate '
Mr. and Mrs. ,Dan )McLean of Free- Walter Savage Landor was an
Id Ask for 25c 54 I procured at a drugstore Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels
the size. minimum degrees. port were visiting relatives here last which person in words and bated
which had bothered '
i :
,' for eczema _
week. Wordsworth. Were there ever more Is made from the best Wool Felt. :
I Mrs. Sue Gillis has returned- from me for more than ten years. It of Lan- Saturated! and coated! under a new procesvwitli A!phalt. '. y
tWIYI .R.en: er the [sill .Name aIL summer's visit relative was worse during the heated parts'of contemptuous words than these Is a rubber-like (densely compressed) Roofing Felt.
a among and Wordsworth? "Pas- Coated both sides with Silicate.
other time and 1 dor in reference
lirolno!: /PZ L caivary25o the year than any .
friends. ota \ Resists the action of vapor acids and! fire.
.CoI4"'o..D:; iDaD.'t8. LzcyDrc..b Prot J. if. Waiters of MartIn.Tenn., suffered terribly. 1 used one ointment tiness! and athea are the q\ia\\tow I'' Not affected by heat or cold.
and salve after another but pancake and thus far be attained hi.! j The roofing that never leaks
is the new first assistant in the high !
and treated with accessories on Easily affixed. : LTh
with little success end. Let place I
school. The experience twenty years proves It to be the best
................................................. Mrs.: Woodlington is back from different doctors but without obtaining the table l lest what is insipid and clam- Ready Roofing on the marked- rQA,
marked benefit When one fifty into duller accretion and I I Put up In rolls K inches wide and 40 feet i Inches long.contanlne' .
her visit ia Indiana and is grow
: accompanied curedme. log square feet, wrapped in heavy casing.
by,her youngest daughter Mrs. cent box of Doan's Kidney moister viscidity the more I masticate
i : Proteus. They will spend the winter. it Is no more than natural that 1 It." In Landor's letter to Ralph WaWo APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. c :
to let others know
should be pleased
here. ''. Emerson he 'writes: "We must now 3Ply 80 Ibs. roll complete. .
merit of tills per ,
: School of Mobile f fv Mr. L. % Cleveland left' Monday of the wonderful prepa- descend to Wordsworth He often gave _
Military morning to attend the carnival a.t ration. It Is a remedy which all sufferers on authors which be never 2-Ply, 70 Ibs. per roll, complete. p'j
skin disease opinion
can an
: >. I Jacksonville.: He returned Friday from with itching the utmost confi- Lad read Plato for Instance. He 1-Ply, 60 lbs: per' roll, complete. _
rely upon
: Pensacola Classical .Schqol : : had with married his bride while tMlsa there.Nipe) whom he. dence." rpeaks contemptuously of the Scotch. Samples and Full Particllars Free. IOFJ I_ _

SATURDAY PALMETTO BEACH \ \ In the election last Tuesday '47 For sale 'by all dealers. Price 50 I praised a line of Scott's,on the dog of Also 3. 2 and 1-ply Tarred. Roofing Paper Sheatbiag and j I
: NOV. 1 7 -
Totes were cast for the drainage cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, a traveler lost la_the snow (if I remem- Insulating Paper. rl t-

I upPti7ka** tlcket''/n *'** N"'tlclwt. Mid at Park. Contfu*.fr.,will take J J amendment and 45 ,against it. For New York sole agents for the her) on Skiddaw. lIe Mid Jt was the CarolinaPortland Cement Co.
and besa
United the
county commissioner from this district States. I only food one in poem

: ADMISSION,50 CENTS f \ \ W. A.,Laird had a clear majorIty Jlemembyr the name:-Doans-and I,I Instantly to recite a whole poem of hI, Atlanta, Ga. '!'j! I

lito+c.,........................,............"........ over his two opponents. to take ,no other. own on the [lame'tlUbject."

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section of the state and particularly business Iir'this'section*-"has put tour: U

to his own town and county Madison, industrious 'planters' already, so
!beJtntutola No man in Florida works more faith- to speak on "easy street" The state
s fat for the upbuilding 'or his section menu as shows by our local banksIn
and for the general betterment: of Quincy will do credit to New York CLOSIIiiyUT SALEEverything

morality than the distinguished gen- City.-Quincy. Times. i
tleman of Madison and these re .r. -
DAILYi WEEKLY. SUNDAY. marks. coming as they do from so Legislature Next.'fhe.leg1alaturewUl.
good the be the next aa a aa aa SBa Ba BaaBBaaVBaa BaalBVBaBaVBaa BaaVBVBVslBBHslBaVsaBV>BB
a man, makes it all more
thing political, to attract
appreciated.-Live Oak News.
'. tion of the people of the state.Jasper -j
...BY-. Jackson Circuit Court. Banner of Liberty.. J in thistoreCoes at and BELOW COST.

COMPANY.FRANK Circuit Court. will convene next *
THE JOURNAL Monday, in the old armory, over'the Now to Business.
Citizen's State Bank. One of the Now that the election is over let Sale continues until everything is gone

U MAYES Praaldant and Ganaral Manager most Important cases to come up during us look ;upon it as a thing of the
the term is that of Wm. D. past It Is true-that Hearst failed Tb

Christmas, charged with the murderof carry the state{lof, New York, also

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. the Christmas family, which Is set :that the amendment was defeated in ...... ......
for Monday, Nov. 19th.-Hartanna I!this state.. In either case we do not
SUBUCRIPTION RATES J Times-Courier. i feel that we are at fault but we
. would feel twere shirking our duty The best machine
One. Tear .. ... ...........$6 00 One Month ... .. ... .. %, 45 Gadsden's Tobacco Industry I i if. should we advise citizen -;. 10 New Domestic
we fail to every
Six Months .. ... .. .. .. 2 50Three One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 The fruit and tobacco industrieswill I in the to to work' and
Months. ... .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition, per ,.. ..*! CO country get
made--noted for
as it now is. keep up our fair try to do something for tae advancement Sewing Machines at light
"land of flowers," and both are In-I I of his and the county's interest

The Only Pensacota Newspaper From Which a Detailed creasing every year. 'he tobacco I -Jasper Banner of Liberty. ?

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. actual cost running. t

f _______u___ ggaOOOOQOOOOOPOPOQQQ 00 0 )00000000000000000000000000.Curr .

$l4Jtorial pio.s 31 Pap... 0" Sale on Trains 1t Commentfrom
PM.a IssLgrOface1800. I I .
and at all Stand.

Mr. Bryan's Commoner Lot of nice Lace_ Curtains at and. below cost 1 1

O" Sunlling-Co.n.. Int.ndenola and D.Luna Sts.PENSACOLA .oooooooooooooooooOO< OOOOJooooooooooooooooooooooooook Bedroom Suits Sideboards Hat Racks Chiffonieres and ;
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FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY l\IORl"liL'G. NOVEMBER H, 1906'1 The "standpatters" are in dangerof ly observes that he ought to be Couches also a nice line of Reed and Oak Rockers, Straight :

becoming the "si tighter [thankful it Isn'tHarry Lehr. There's ,

genuine optimism for you. Chairs Sofas Dining Tables Lamps Toilet Sets Pictures ]
For SaneThanksgiving. Rosa Star at Milton and is succeededby Former Senator Burton goes to jail ,
Attorney W. W. Clark, of that city. for doing in a small way what a lot I The Filipinoi -who sold the tomb- Wardrobes Iron Beds Mirrors Clocks Cots Centre Tables :

Mr. Clark confesses to being a novicein of other senators have been doing ina stone over. his mother-in-law's grave ,
From a western city comes the sug large way for a quarter of a cen- In order to'get money to feed his favorite -
the newspaper business but in his Ten rolls of Japanese Matting at cost Three Felt
gestion that Thanksgiving instead of tury. game cock should hasten over etc.
statutatory in the last issue of the to Pennsylvania become a'
being celebrated upon the last Thurs Star he makes the following an- Men who profit through the opera- in the republican,!state machine. Mattresses at cost (
day in November as at present shouldbe tion of high tariff schedules will be
nouncement in regard to the future +- I
changed to the last Saturday in too slow to revise the tariff In the ;Cannon says the president 1

November, thus allowing two days for policy It Is of not his desired paper or intended thata interests pay the of profit.the consumers who haveto "co-operated-with'house ,In' the: tm.atter the of senate rate regula and Lot of Baby Buggies and Go-Carts at a sacrafice Two loads Bookcases

the fete the first to be given over to
change in editors shall work any tion. It is easy to Imagine that second-hand furniture at own
A few ;
sports and merrymaking and the second change in the general policy of The Having made a deal that will put Speaker Canna'winked': at Senators and Writing Desks. pieces your price.

devoted exclusively to religious Star. Editors may'come and editors several hundred million dollars in Aldrich, Foralef and Dick when he, .
observance.The may go but The Star goes on for his pocket Mr. James J. Hill can afford said itCount v- 'r
ever. Back of The Star are influences'to to sit around and:-take -
a pessimistic
signficance of the Thanksgiving Come early and get your pick. Look for sign: "CLOSING-OUT SALE
protect and ahead of it is to be view of the future. Boni de Castellane, bounced
day of our grandfathers has al- accomplished a work too great to allow from the French chamber for fraud,

most if not quite, been lost sight of a change of editors to effect any The Chicago Tribune is calling the has been reelectedhat a queer;

during recent years and, instead of change in the paper other than those school board a "lot of boodlers." Canit lot those Frenchmen are, tci be sure.!
necessarily incidental to the differencein be possible the board is compellingthe Over here we save time by.merely let-
of the Fisher Ho'seiPhone
devoting the day to praise Furniture
talent and journalistic attainmentof Tribune to pay'up on that school ting them remain in from their first .
:Most High, in acknowledgement of the editor. property lease? election.Mr. I !

]Us gracious protection, assistanceand
mercy, we are prone to take ina Governor 'Hoch, /of Kansas, has Sir Thomas Lipton says American Rockefeller says that if the'
again taken the war path against the women are the best in the world. newspapers knew him better they i
football game, go hunting or fish- And that entitles Sir Thomas to the would not say such mean things about 983. 138-140 E. Intendencia StreetCONTEST a
Standard Oil Company, but this time -
ing, or pass the day in a manner ill cup for discernment even If he can- him. If they knew him better they .. ... ,
not much with view to breaking r--"i. "' n ,
so a sr' "'-- "' """ :. ;
befitting such an occasion. The only not win the yacht cup. might be saying meaner things. Mr. ;

thanks that a majority of people offeris up':Mr. Rockefeller's big trust as witha Rockefeller should not fly in the face -- -
desire to "get square" for the alleged How it must pain Senator Aldrich. of providence.The ..... ......iiN/NONt64Ni 000H !
the selfish thanks dictated by the Senator Platt, Senator Depew and + N0.01QiOt0i0tK eel:>
the Standard made to LIKELY .
fight ,
exuberant feeling caused by freedom pre- Senator Penrose to see the disgracecast report that several senators 2 ..

from one day of toiL It's a vent his re-election. The StandardOil upon the grave and dignified sen- bite formed a cabal for the purpose

Company may be a mighty bad ate by Burton, of Kansas!. I of supporting Senator LaFollette IN M4NATEE CO.
case of God and Mammon fightingfor
concern but the spectacle of 'a state would, if true, indicate that several WIIEN YOU SMILE ;
lead.first place with Mammon in the executive using \his power to fight ,It The price of denatured alcohol explains I senators are slated for the experienceof II : !
why Senator Aldrich was not the bull that tried to butt the loco-

Such a condition of affairs is muchto for pure personal revenge is anythingbut frightened at the prospects of the I live off the bridge. t CLAIMED: THAT FRAUDS WERE

be regretted and if it cannot be edifjing. Standard Oil Company being com I I
Third Assistant Postmaster General COMMITTED IN SEVERAL
'pelled to suffer undue competition.
entirely rectified by devoting the one i Parched tnroats evidently follow I :Madden urges ,the appointment of a If I HAVE THE WORLD SMILE WITH YOU ;

day in the year set apart for thanks- [ closely in the wake of a <:circus, to I Senator Dolliver gravely informs us i I commission ta investigate the second- PRECINCTS. .t

giving to that purpose exclusively, it judge from the statement of the Do- I that there is no lumber trust. The: class mail priv eges. He says the
amount of valuable misinformation! present system is a burden on the
at least be palliated by setting
can I
than Siltfings that dispensary sales, given the public by republican spellbinders -! government. Yes but think what a Col. John R. Jones, of Bradentown, :

apart two days, one of which may be on the day the Barnum and Bailey I is something ,great. snap it is for the railroads. is in the city today, says the Tampa When shiver '
devoted to sports of every description i hurry to our :
show exhibited in that city reachedthe I Times. Colonel Jones the recent you ,
I It is quite evident that Mr. Rhoe of "Scotch humor Is well illustrated says
sand the second consecrated to religious !
,' devotion.. enormous sum of $1,781.A the Chicago American base ball team' by the Edinburgh professor who election In Manatee county was about _store-"for a Cravenette or Over- 1

new wind anchor has been de- I could carry Cook county unanimouslyfor naively anounces that he. favors spell the liveliest affair .of the kind in i

The suggestion, at least. is worthyof vised for a proposed forty-one story almost any old office he might ing reform and in the same breath I which he. has ever ,participated. He coat' We have them for$5R50$10and : '
consideration. I condescend to run for. I III makes known the fact that Mr. Carnet .
New York skyscraper. A modifica- I t I stated that yesterday afternoon the :
: gie has given the professor's univer .
The sheriff of Bradford county evi- tion of this invention would fill a II The Milwaukee Sentinel endorses sity a little matter of $50,000. I returns:received Indicated that Petti- I

dently believes that an honest coT,:e&- Hamilton and Lincoln in the same I grew, the socialist candidate for the
not little wind
felt want
Why a
sion Is good for the soul. At any rate long for orators during breath. The political acrobatics of I Governor Fletcher, of Vermont Isl legislature, had a majority of twenty- $ ; $ $ $$12.50 I
anchor use on political the Milwaukee Sentinel are calcula- likely to be adjudged guilty of treason!I I I
he has "confessed" and the followingcard nine over Graham, the democratic
campaigns? ted to bring additional'' fame to Mil by the managers of the g. o. p. .He j F
from him in the Starke Tele waukee. recently declared that "we cannot I nominee. But'It is claimed that .

graph is at least original and will perhaps H t-IHHfl"HHHI-H I create prosperity merely by I{I frauds were committed at several precincts .. <

cause other sheriffs to and # Secretary Wilson has agreed to let tion. If that isn't treason leglSl&-1 and Mr. Graham will institute '
pause NEWS AND-VIEWS' the packers label, steamed beef as republican tariff theory : I You will save by the call. '
consider, though it is doubtful If FROM STATE PAPERS. "roast beef." He calls it a "conces I 1 a contest before the canvassing money
of them will vie with each otherIn *> I Mr. Harriman II board, which meets this afternoon. at )
many sion to the packers. The pauperizedbeef and Mr. Fish are I i
Walk block south from the Post Office.
Jones that Inoue
ingoing Into print with their confessions H iiliH i I t9 $ packers are _sadly in need of struggling for possession of the Illinois -!,,2 o'clock. Colonel says : a.
thirteen ballots for .
some concessions., Central railroad. The battle will precinct cast (
: Threatens to Tell Things. I .
Graham were thrown out because
cost a pile of money, but the contest .
To the Citzens of Bradford county: The News is in possession of a few Noting that Mr. Howard Gould Is ants know right where to turn and they were marked on the right In- i
It is common rumor I understand, truths regarding the golden rule (?) stead of the left, side, and that the I
angry because he has a Chinese get it 1 he people aim know; having :
that I have, since being elected to the I court has decided that such
work of one of our citizens who wears brother-in-law, the Houston Post sage. had previous experience. supreme
office of sheriff, indulged too freely In an eleven-inch smile. A few more I ballots should be counted for the can THEM.&O. i
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'Intoxicating liquor. In the main the round-about prods at the News and I didate for whom it was the evident

rumor has not been without some its readers will get the morsels-and E4: 3E+Fl l if l'''.I.Mato lawful government. I intention of the elector to vote.

foundation. Owing to the exposure they will be facts.-Live Oak News. II ; d: One of the officers engaged In bring- The, night before the election a
incident at times to the discharge of . A BAD' STATE OF meeting In the interests of Graham's
my duties, I have felt that a little Not the "Whole Cheese." AFFAIRS IN CUBA. ing order out of chaos in Cuban af- candidacy was held in a building on CLOTHING STORE I

whiskey would be good for me and For the benefit of "Tommus" J. fair asserts that the Cubans know Terra Cola island. Graham had finished .

have indulged in it I wish to say Appleyard the insurance agitator,, d: (Savanah News) '* nothing at all about the fundamental his speech and Jones was speaking I

though that I have found out and fully who '"dipped In." last week, we will principles of a republican form of government when the building was stoned, 323 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 1155 !

realize that such indulgencies are a state that a certain leading politician .".......I''I'' failed to understand presumably by a crowd of socialists.
great deal more harmful than bene- !and member of the House of Repre- They wholly Many of the windows were broken .

I ficlal. and from this time forward sentatives of another county this It was expected when the United that the executive Judicialand and one of the missiles struck Gra i ......... ... ,. ............. ...............,.... ;

shall abstain absolutely from the use week informed us that as to the popularity States established a provisional government legislative departments were separate '. ham ,on the head. And when they ,
i of intoxicants: as a beverage while I of Representative Dorman In Cuba that, everything and that they must be kept sep closed the meeting and started home -

hold any office within the gut of the I while in Tallahassee, that the ,"dis- would be straightened out in nine arate. The Cubans mixed them up they found that the seats of their I .
their.affairs in ahnost'inextrirable -
people of Bradford county tinguished" gentleman in question i months, and that our army would be so are : the carriages. had been covered with sand-
confusion. They didn'te'
Very respectfully. not the "whole cheese" withdrawn not later than June of next spurs.
J: P. BENNETT. I whole lot-Live Oak News. by a II year. It Is a safe statement that it necessity of making and keeping of the other.It each. Colonel Jones thinks the defeat of I We are offering some dressed damaged
department ,
that time.
I will not be withdrawn at Graham was due principally to the
Judge James W. Locke, of Jack- I Tampa's Prosperity i r rhaps it will not be withdrawn ina wouldn't be at all surprising if bitter personal attacks made on him
within ten Cuba were a part of lumber :
Year. here are business men and years by the Tallahassee Sun. at a bargain.I .
The tax roll submitted the City .
sonville who the Federal i too with the .
presides over in Cuba who-hope It will not this country and, that ,
Council Tuesday evening by Tax As- planters I I
court for the northern districtof be withdrawn at alL hey are satisfied consent of her citizens who are property Mother sad Cntldrca.
sessor and Collector Z. P. Freeman is
Florida was by an act of the last the largest in the history of the city. that the Cubans cannot make a holders and business men. Surely! nothing wiser or more beautiful .I We can fill all orders now for new

session of congress, required to hold showing, despite the high mftlagc success of self-government. and that, -r --- was ever written reapecttng the
if they are given another trial it will of children thin these lines
levied, that Tampa continues to enjoya training of stock- shipment
In Miami
court )Jn addition to the four POPULAR LAMENT. arriving daily
be a failure. It may not take as longto A '
healthful) growth. The increase In Mark,Twain: "The mother of my chIl- *;
other courts in his district has
the tax roll of 1906 over that of 1905 show the incompetency of the Where Would Society Be If One Was: dren adores them. There li no milder

railed the spring term of his court I amounts to $860,794.05.-Tampa Tribune Palma government .' Judged for the Sins of Others term for it,and they worship her. They H. G.
1 is If Secretary' Taft DeSILVA & COMPANY
fer. the Magic City for April. Judge I . It a question he did "0; I tried one of those hair tonics even worship everything which the
would have taken the course
:Locke is the second oldest Federal i sometime ago and it never did me a touch of her hand has made !cred.
To Improve Chipola River. if he had been satisfied of the ability -
Judge In point of service but Is an I bit of good." .' They Lfcovr her for the best and truest --
Hoer W. B. Lama of the Cubans to govern themselves.
eminent jurist and attends to the! It looks as if,he decided to pacify the That's what many people are say. friend they have ever had or ever shall
this district will in Marianna
duties of his various courts in a man-i in the.,next few days be In the interest island by the quickest method possi- ing when they refuse_ Herpicide' nave. 'They know her for one who -

ner that meets. with the hearty approval -, of an appropriation to Improve Chip- ble and give the Oubans another trialso a It would be as sensible to say '-.f never did- them"a wrong and cannot do
of the legal and ola river to himself as to have the question of an In- them wrong..
fraternity people i and post more never travel on a railroad because I t
of his entire circuit I fully as' to the needs or his consti dependent government in Cuba settled often see collisions mentioned r
tuents. Mr. Lamar Informs he as soon as possible. He must moth Tw leaeln.A. l.a (
us paper : $$1 Gallon Saroma Paint
"Gus" Long, the popular young: would have been here earlier but was have seen that if he r took, a course Newbro's Herpicide is specially girl should be taught to detest twt Prepared
that would result In overthrowing the things thOl'OUlbly-idlene and aIm-
invited to make speeches in the Dem- that ''is
mayor of Starke has refused to accept and excusing the made to destroy the germ
Palma government lennesa. These two enemies havegiven
ocratic campaign in New York and of hair.
living on the roots your
e a re-election to his present posi- accepted the invitation. This is insurgents there would, be attemptsto That is :why it is so exceedingly. birth to ennui, which Is pain. It A splendid covering for cottages, barns, roo ts

tion. Office-holders generally over quite an honor for our congressman. overthrow any new government efficacious Is there for the sole he be a child of fortune,instruct her. and ir9n..structural
set'UP. It be work. Is also adaptablefor
that be argued
the state are not likely to follow his -Marianna Times-Courier. might ,
purpose of ridding the hair of this .even,more carefully than if she were
that If those who were responsible -
xample. Too Many Laws. for the downfall of the Palma parasitic growth after which the I poor, in some definite manner painting. stone and plaster.
hair grows as nature intended. ; for plaasare's own sake More than alL
John D. Rockefeller in the course The next of government were not only forgiven '
assembly the legisiatare but given the For sale by W. A. D'Alettberte, train bar hands tad stir her brain with
son's Bible class in Florida will be of extra inter their disloyalty, 121 South
af an address to his opportunity to get the principal offi- druggist and apothecary the coostaat assurance that she win Sounders Mill Company
est as several very Important mattersare Palafox lOc in stampsfor i ,
street send
last Sunday, talked about "Potato Dig the control of the Island at- or find her sweetest satisfaction In that
already scheduled to come up be- ces sample to,The Herpicide Co., De- ftteae 7tr.; 21 4.t Gartlem: Streer.'t .
gingThis is a new one. AVe fore them. We "would naturally ask tempts would be'made to overthrow 'roit, Mich. I which she 1s to accomplish in life

thought John had confined his efforts these gentlemen not to add many the government chosen- a .new elect ;

to digging for oiL more to the.list already made as it tion. i
keeps us. extra. busy now, trying fa If Secretary Taft saw the situation
The Atlanta papers have found another stay within the bounds or those al- that way probably' his plans Included

thing in which Georgia leads ready made.-Quincy Times the ultimate annexation of Cubato
this country. It Is difficult. to un-
the world. There are 600 ordained Smith for pacifying the
Columbus Talks. derstand his method i
Baptist ministers in the state without Hon. C. B. Smith mayor of his island on any other theory.. If be had ( Ilium

pastorates. town and editor of the Madison New really desired- to give tCuba ''a stable

Enterprise, in a speech before the government it teems as if- be _would _
Editor J. T. :Mapoles has retired Board of Trade in Jacksonville Wednesday have insisted on .th(. punishment of

: from .the management of-the Santa! ,.'p'aid..gloVting tributes to this' those who were arrayed,against thejjjjjjjfjj Because of those ugly;grizzly gray hairs. Use "LA CREOLE"-HAIR RESTORER.' Price. SI.OO, retail."AGE .

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Haiti Filly Restored u4 tit Jty of PEOPLE AND :'EVENTS r

Life Re alne4. I COO'SNEWNOERY

of ,,,.

\Vhen a cheerful brave,light-hearted, .. .
woman is suddenly plunged into that L.;;'
i perfection of misery, the BLUES it is -
I sad picture. It is usually this way: MAREAN',BERNARD. 1 ;. .
jhy; ha.a been feeling "out of sort" :" ', :: ,
I40. Before 3 P. M. .P
f Na 3S After.3 P.,_NU .


ata.iArt.Rosa.Ada =----- ". 184 cents a bottle by buying .


l"Partner.","Yea The,if shall'you Bridge I Whist!"" Club. Vie Journal's ,Daily ,Fashion" Feature ,:' 3 bottles. :-j tH-, <

i "If s" such'a squeese # : .

For'Jones to set along, they say; ,..1 : :'
I'm much afraid hell fall some dar. J.I. -. .: 3 bottles of Cooper's Relief :

I wish I'd played the other way- ,.. :1. : '
.. Please close the upper'window John 1 :. > :

! It's cold enough to freeze. \ ) and 3 of the New Discovery : ;

r J .:..- -
"That trick.. I think was mine; I .

Please pardon me, { d :( .. .
I didn't see. f bottles for ;: .
for some time bas; head has. ached been and We promised. Kate that we would ., ; : : ((6 ) $4.00. YHOOTON'SPHARMACY
back also; slept poorly quite dine i it '
nervous, and nearly fainted ,once or .
With her tonight; ber house is fine
'wire: head dizzy,and heart beat very .
fast: then that bearing-down feeling Oh dear, I wish the sun would shine
and during her periods she Is exceeding i You say you have the odd--I thoughtOh

*; d ponden'Fothing pleases yes, I.quIte agree. 1
her, Her doctor says: "Cheer up: you i h "w'pj_
have dyspepsia; you will be all right "I dearly love this game; v
IOOB" George scolds me so-

But she dot get all right," and Brain work, you know.
bope vanishes"then come the brood- I make it hearts but, all the,same.

log, morbid, meJaucholy, everlasting He says the game Is worth the fameI ,
BLCES. wish you could see Susie's flame,
wait until have She was divorced last I '
Don't your sufferings year they say-
driven you to despair,with your nerves My, this, game Is slow. I BIRTHPLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY. PHONE 1100

ail shattered and your eoursce gone, 'i LTilE
Vut take Lydia E. Pinkhama Vegetable "We'll play the rubber, then,
Compound.. See what it did for We'll have to eat

Mrs. Ecsa Adams. of 819 12th Street, Bridge makes a complete

Ixn&viile, Ky., niece of the late General Brain wreck. of men, excepting when
J Roger Hanson C.S.A. She writes: I'm playing with those clever men.

1 DmrMr Pinkham: Was that a nine-spot, or a ten direct from the company's timberlands need have no terrors for you ,
\ J :.snoot t il you with pen end ink what Oh Nan, your hat is sweet!" north of Atmore to the Perdido WASH DAY if send j:
t .' E Pi ukhjua; ** V e &&b1e Compound -Frank. Fair, in the Georgian. wharf in Pensaccla. you your washing to 1
1M ce for ma. I saaWed with finalstcLes The road at Atmore does not con The New Method
i : Laundry, _
extreme lawituia, the blues, Mr. and Mrs. vCilham: o.. Reed Sr., nect with the L. &; N., but goes under
sues and that&U-gone feelu I was PKOXE1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. In Method lanndz ill. W.ft3AUST !
who have been their the track of the latter.
. iJrr'? to try Lydia E. Finkham's VegetaUa visiting son, Mr. AGENTS WANTED. *
I ita, ana:, and it nor only cured my ( mal eIi William F. Reed Jr.. and Mrs. Reed !
jiemaak but it Las restored me to perfects for several weeks hare returned to -
! -.. and strwrgMi; The buoyancy of my their home in Washington where Mr. JAS. DAVENPORTPASSES -, 1I
ranr diysha.+retmreed anl I do not saf. 427 fJ 'I 1 1f
: Reed holds an Important position in 1I
'i" !sir ary tong r with dfFjwwfc-nr?''as I dM; ben I I
the government! service.
{ 1 com&Jer Ly>15* E. Ilailuun's a Vege- AWAY ;
! 4tt: Coapuund a loon to sic! ):: and suffering &, *.-n.. You Must Trust Your
4 women Mr. and Mrs. Barbieri announce the DruggistThere
(tf you have some derangement of marriage of their daughter, Miss 'ji
i the female organism write Mrs. Annie Giuffree to Mr.: Albert :Marini DIED YESTERDAY AFTERNOOJ4 ;

PIA' '!::C, Lynn Mass.,for..avlce.o which will take place on Thursday, are many things about a drug store that require many years
November twenty-ninth 1866 at 11 AT 5 O'CLOCK AT HOME AT to learn. i

-- a. m at St. Michael's church. It is a druggist's business to know, and to know surely and positively 1
\ BIG BAYOU. all about the drugs he sells. .
Ii II Madelaine. the bright little daugh- Our business is drugs and we claim to have thoroughly mastered :
i ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Villar. \p\u the details of this business.We f

i Cafe 1 i Is very ill at their' home,, 803:: East James Davenport, after an illness are'exerting every effort to the management of tats drug storeas j
Belmont street. extending over a period of several j i you would like to see one managed if you knew all about' drugs. J
years, died yesterday afternoon at 5i i I Almost everyone would like to patronize a drug store where they
i Nonpareil Mrs. Mary McGuIre has returned o'clock at the' family home at Big'3aou.
i know these conditions prevail. Many people are sure they know of 1
from a months' vacation which was Death due to a complication -
t STREET HAT FOR YOUNG GIRL was such a drug store. !
spent visiting friends' and relatives in of diseases and during the past To discover and get your confidence, when it comes to a matter ;
:, will open November 2Cth Andalusia, Ala. I The drawing shows a hat of black felt trimmed with Alice blue velvet two or three days his death was anticipated of drugs, is our highest ambition. ; ,.

. Miss Marion 'Jeanette and wings. The share was pointed in front, and rolled up on the leu side, at most any hour. We want you to trust us. : I
: over West Florida! Steam field secretary of the Jewish Goldberg Chau- the under brim at the back being filled in with plaitings of black tulle. Mr. Davenpart had reaches the age This point gained we know we can depend on your drug points 1 :
I The top of the brim was faced with the Alice blue panne velvet, to withinan of about 40 years and leaves two being supplied at our store.
i I; Bakery. Catering :and Mra.auqua; Sol, who Calm has will been leave the guest the of an inch of the edge, the rather high black felt crown. being banded with sisters and three brothers, as folloys: Our rapidly' Increasing general business and especially the fact \

Thea'I'I train for Jacksonville.on folds of the velvet At the left side of the front a black feather buckle John. Will and Louis Davenport, Mrs. that our Prescription Department is showing remarkable gains, Is

i f tre parties a morning .'Jj.-t-,, I' was placed. through which a few loops,of two-inch vride gold braid wa Annie Brown and Mrs. John G. Wood. clear proof that an earnest, honest, intelligent effort seldoms fails
Judge and Mrs. John Thos. Porter, slipped the buckle ostensibly holdin in place three- .curved wings of The funeral services will be con-I to bring its reward. .,
. '" Alice blue to match the velvet used in trimming. ducted this morning at 8 o'clock at
of Grand Ridge, are In the city on a I I
( John's Catholic church at since business.
6 visit of a few days. the. We have filled over 200,000 prescriptions beginning
---- -- --- Warrington. and the interment will

AC Mr. and Mrs. Antonio{ Malacca are I B3iLiiiil14111Qinil iiiltllBRBES iAl. The company includes Wilbur be in Warringtoa cemetery.
the proud parents of a little girl who : III Mack. George ,P. Watson Henry P.
e BOQK5'rhf' )( ) arrived at their home on Saturday. 4 I: AMUSEMENTS. = Nelson: J. Maurice 'olden, Lillian Funeral of Mrs. McConnell.The W. A. D'AlemberteDruggist '
Lawson Florence Little, and Em- funeral services of Mrs. Arthur
The friends of Mrs. Julius Mendel .mEK..m..a.> > > ZR.aieneai>ia. melet FabrL McConnell who expired at her home

0J will be pleaded to know thai she has "Levers and,, Lunatics." :t'-T ', at Warrington :Monday will be con I
FJC "first sellers," according toPxkznan passed a successful operation and is The .floyart' Chief." ducted at the residence this morning",
.. are; I I Joe Morris and a merry companywill at 9:30 o'clock, and the interment' and Apothecary
.. 'The, fighting. Chance" by Robt. W. doing nicely. be the attraction at the theatre One of the early attractions booKed will be in the Warrington cemetery.INVESTIGATING .'
Chalnh re and at the house will be the
in "Lovers opera production
. to-morrow night +
:"Cott ton, by Winston Churchill. Just what you want-Blue Ribbon
.8 "Tides of Barnegat," by K. Hopkln- Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely pulse, Lunatics," a new musical gaiety In of the lovely" musical comedy 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 it
IOn Smith. two acts by Walter Uoleman Parker. "The Royal Cief{ which has just
of Helen Richie," go twice as far and the the "Blue
"The Awakening by
: Virrarft.Deland. Ribbon Flavor" is.perfection. Ask for The story of the:comedy tells of, the> completed a very successful run. of PEONAGE CHARGEThis .
"Jane Cable." by C. B. McCutcnaon. the 25c.size.Y.M.C... nephew of an eccentric old German over thirty-fiveaweeks in Chicago. The ..,
C The Treasure of Heaven" by Marie ; who, marrying loses the chance of very strong cast of this ''production I
Cartl'LPublisher's\! I being the heir unless he marries the> includes such veil known performersas
prices. $1.50. I have them { Mr. C. M. Terrill
0P 0C a* Jl.SO. Call Mrly. as It U difficult to A. BUILDING girl of the old man's choosing. lIe Harry Hermsen Oscar ,Ragland, afternoon
in stock. Osborne Clemson Stanley Fetch Gertrude representing certain preachers, lay-
'rep wAnt sellers' and the girl pretend to have marriedpreviously J. F. DAVIS JEWELER
600 ten-cent backnovela. and others and Sheriff Frohock ;
Just.received. paper 1 thus anticipating the Hutcheson, Elsie Frazee and La men t
.4 TO B1WORK ERECTED uncle's wish. Everything goes tolerably Bello Laurette. The most popular are investigating an alleged white case of Now in : J
well until the arrival of tbe musical numbers are "Maiden and the peonage in which a young girlIs New Brent Building' 23 S. Palafox St :'
: HARRY T. HOWLAND i girl's fiancee! from whom she has Kissing Bug," which is said to be the Eid to be forcibly and Illegally
parted in a lover's quarreL The I hit of the season; "In the Morning held a domestic, says the Miami Me

i Manager De Luna Book: Store, TO THIS END BEING CARRIED nephew takes him in hand and makes "Let Me Go Back" "O'Reilly" and I i tropolis.If the. matter as reported to them ......<<.. .. .... ... ... ...
I. him believe that the bridal festivities "Mother Goose.
De Lune St. Phone 14SL ON IN WESt COAST are scenes in an insane asylum. This is found to be true,will and not the immediately personso I DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY \ .
the girl
. "The ,I holding
I Virginian""The
rise to multitude of -
naturally gives a .
.. CITY. ludicrous situations that follow each 'I' Virginian". with Dustin Far- release her, legal steps will Imported be I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONE3, BRONZ3E %
taken. The girl was recently -
0 other in rapid succession until near, num and notable associate players, $ STERLING SILVERWARE |
here as a domestic but is not ,
.4 JUst Received. the end of the play when everything'I will be the attraction here next week .
Import Sweet Oil. Cheeses. The Tampa Times says: Most satisfactory according to custom is adjusted In a "The Virginian": has captured the satisfied and wants to go elsewhere.The 1 ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS. 5
MU Cod !. ner here, it is
Mackerel bringing
Pickles Sauer Kraut U being made on party
progress I With this mix-
satisfactory manner. public fancy more completely than
Flap Piss Feet. Spanish Onions Pilot Is forcing her to stay In his em- CUT GLASSWARE. |
fund loCW
r Bread French Navy Bread. Everything the Y. M. C. A. bulldjns ture of love and lunacy there is ample any book play ever dramatized and said him the railroad i
fr..)h and new. J. V. Reed, field secretary of the Y. scope for plenty of that hilariousfun its exceptional success is now stagehistory. ploy until she has repaid
he In
Witch HazeL 1.00 per gallon. M. C. A. for Georgia and Florida, ar fare and other expenses .
each .
that can be imagined 'and Dustin Farnum in the name '
Marine from Atlanta in getting her to Miami.
Grocery Company. rived in the city Monday chance has been grasped with an idea part has scored a tremendous per curred
not be and Fine Stationery
V. J. VIDAL, Manager.'The and has been assisting,the local of what will be effective in the un- sonal hit by reason of his clever In- result of the investigation can Engraving r
workers In closing up the sub- folding of the incidents.The terpretation of J3wen Wister hero. ascertained this afternoon.LAUGHED
scriptions to the bunding fund and Mlttenthal Brothers' who have

most excellent progress is reported staged the production have introduced "Isle of Spice. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Best is What We Sell" by the gentlemen who are engaged in a most vivacious chorus and Amusement lovers don't want to AT FIRST.

the work. In the way of sartorial effort they lose sight of the fact that the "Isla But Changed His Mind on Investigation.
The amount is growing rapidly have done themselves and the mem- of Spice" one of the finest and most .

and will soon reach a figure which tho bers of their company proud for thereis elaborate scenic and musical produc- It often seems ridiculous what a, E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co.
work starting on
will insure the such a wealth of pretty dresses
tions in America will be in Pensa- simple thing Can do in shaping our
SOMETHINGThat building at an early date. The gener- and scenic effects all brightens cola in a few days. There will ie MOBILE, ALA. |
lot at the corner '
ous donation of the up the piece and makes it notable. over sixty people dressed in elegant lives.We do certain things because our
of Zack street and Florida avenue 'by W&HC** *&HHHHHraMHSEASONABLE YliaF
the lamented J. M. Long, gave a costumes. Reserved seats ,are now fathers before us did and aon't stop 1;:
better fora ----- -- -- -
sale at be -
on to think that we might
Will Please the Taste splendid Impetus to the work, and -I change.A ................0..0.......4...-....4...NN ;
all been completed -
now that plans have he changed from

and started and the the work success on the of the subscription workis I Try Your Hand :.L t\ RLllROADIDIRECTTO'ATI10RE coffee remarkable man to Postum tells difference how Food Coffee it made and the in i FURNITURE FOR .t.ti i

' "!
!! assured. ,

Tickle Your Palate The building not will less be than a handsomeone 60000. At Bakingand him."I have'bcen a heavy coffee df THANKSGIVING I "" >1 1i
; costing and
It will be devoted entirely to Y. make of er for years got very nervous 'J : :
and sure success mind seemed daze \ I would go din:1',
M. C. A. work and Interests, none I morning with an Now i is the time to furnish the
work every
John h Campbell's Finest of It being at all.rented The for Y. C. A. purposes hasII by using PENSACOLA HAS DIRECT LINE steady hand and actually endangermy t ing room. Now is the commencement it

Scotch Orange Marmalade abandoned the plan In use heretoforeof its I! HENRY CLAY FLOUR II THROUGH MUSCOGEE TO life had,, as read I am the a building results mechanic."I that occurred of the season for entertaining I ,; !
renting the ground I ALABAMA POINT.It .by changing from coffee to f friends, and nothing adds more to '
buildings for mercantile purposesand The finest wheat that's but I was in such a condi- I tl i
Postum. ;
Stone Jars 25 Cents. the new building will be us" I tion mentally and physically that Inever j the;: welcome than a well-furnished
is used in I
entirely for the work the ground grown making : .,thought of. Jt for myself. ButI dining' room.Dining f,
Pure Guavo Jelly 25 Cents. floor being mainly used for the' 'indirect Henry 'Clay 'flour.' It' 'will probably be a matter of surprise kept growing worse every dad untilI i

work of the association, whil to a great many people to learn was advised to try Postum. Tables $6 to. . . . . . $25 00 i f.

Ring us up and give us the upper for floors young will men be used splendid as dormitories suits yields is absolutely the lightest pure whit and, that there,between is now Pensaco'a a direct:and line Atmore of railroad -, "I and)laughed to !at.great first, but surprise finally, I triedit was .. Sideboards $15'to . . . . .-. . $65 00 I

being prepared for them, making it Ala,and that the line will probably lat- dead, sure I my had at last found the real : Chairs 75 cents to. . . . . . . $ 5 00 : <:
an order for some comfortable and homelike so that est sweetest and most extend some 20 miles nortn of the trouble and how to get rid of It. J China Closets to . $ 75 00 '
they-can' have a' place there within nutritious bread., ter place. "whlIWllnt"cofree., among all the up
influence of, the great organiza This line consists of the P. A. & T. with YLAT R I
the also troubled
- tion. road from Pensacola to Muscogee sour other stomach alls I was and gas but thanks to j I! BUY WP: .
the Southern t
believed that the work on and from Muscogee .
Rosenau&Gerelds It la now the friend who advised t
the building can' be started within Sol Oahn & Co St&tes'Lumber Co., has, wIt a road Postum and it stomach can now --- ----- -- : '; fJ
; my
and is still engaged tae to use .
the next two months, when the direct to Atmore knld of food. The &
almost any MARSTON QUINA
THE FANCY GROCERS money will all be In hand for' It, and The Pure Feed Store. in pushing the road some 20 mlles whole stand change i. a wonder to me." t ;(i

I 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. then as'it possible., will be constructed as quickly Southwest Corner Patafax and-leteedenda the farther Southern portion north.The States:of the Lumber road built Co., by Is Name Creek. given Read Postum the Ca book.. Battle The : iOo-iiO S.;Palifox Si. Phone 149. Pensacola: Ha.. i 1 I

L Phone 391 IL AUman.has tin. 'copper'1ee and East sheet Govern-ironworker Phones ,480 178 : I nothing standard but guage a Jog and road cars, ton can It be ig run of Road reason-to *WellviUe,-? -in. pkgs. There'sa !..........,...................4 o..o+++t4 + 11.t4 tJTHE
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J Trains Nos. Trains No.
I Been I1arried I I % 3 1U:05pm

II BtRBAINI 1:5 am ................ ... (....... .:....A.r I; QaJu.. 4.0I.'P1II1:30am
RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT I 1Opm: Ar.::..;.:.........:Montgomery_..........!.!'".Lv 135PIII11:15al1l! :
;: I JPOIR SALE i RETURNS MADE. Ten YearsAnd 1l:45am 75pm! 3:11am 1:10pm Ar..Nashvtlle..h.Ar..H ....:.....BirmlnS"nam................ tV t tZOpml"U: ''1I

,. MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON I 8:00pm s.31am Lv_...........__._.. ; ._......!......... : Z.
REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES. If I 1:2iam 8.15am Ar..................E'\"ansv1l.1....................Ly IOOam 8op
: : have been renterall For anyon* looking for a comfortable I 'I.Oam :10pm Ar..s._ ..._.................. I.4allII:: J.JIIp\l'II

WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN a little home. with large grounds Ve have I 7:50pm3J7/ :..!.............. Ub\1lle..."'..... .. .........Ar : J:2a: 2:1ia;
i : PROPERTY CAN SELU YOU safe the very place. situated 01 West Garden %:]Oam. 1:36am Ar.............. ... ................... lI.4ssjn :3011'11: ,
2 Dwellings on large corner lot, 107x110 feet. excellent neighborhood, that time, it ,is to l street corner F." high point. commandsa Ar:.... ..... .:.:..C1ncinnaU...................Lv \
7OamI1ZOOO'n .0'; 11.90plII
on East WrIght street ................. ............. ....... $4500 00 EITH' ER. good view;. house in splendid repair.- : Soep.:
WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY that already Comer .property and embraces, 6 lots.
say you've t
f' 6-room dwelling on East Zarragossa street near Seville square; ....$2100 00 i WE CAN SELL IT. Just the place for one wanting: a small BETWIE'N PENSACO MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.

.. paid out for rent receipts ronvenitvt- : bom with large grounds. 6&I 2&3.4&-.1 -. 3 a % 1
Large 1 story dwelling on East Intendencia street ... .........$100000 .. !And. too. Garden street property is. sure. -

.. dwelling excellent neighborhood, on East Hill, with lot 110x- ... Fire Insurance Placed in more than a comfortablehome to Improve in value. Price, 7:0Aam'jiO5pm'1I:55am: 2:51am: 4:32pm': Lv..Pensacola..Ar1Oiiamt ... ..,....._..: ._._:.... .. t12:4Oam' 11.:::>9aml Pmj U ID

150 feet, stone walk stables, etc. ..............!..................$4500 00 Olpm, 1bam' 8l5pmt Ar..1.: ..... Orlean.L I t-Upml. .. .( Zl5pn t.Ua: ,
: First-Class Companies. would have cost $! OOO. :

i 2-story, S-room dwelling on Wright street near Palafox ..........$8000 00 FLOMATON; PENSACOLA. RIVER JUNCTION AND ..IACKSONVILLR'TrT3L

6-room dwelling on corner lot on East Cadsden street, lot 12Ox132/ : you. By our plan you %I 5 J. Trains do'not stop at stations 2 Z'lJally

feet with bath and gas ..................................,...... $325000 4 I Daily,Dally- ,Daily r where no time Is shown 1 Dally DaDy:Daily, p4:5t i.
HOMES FOR SALE. can put your rent moneyon Do jou Tsant a small investment pay- ... i F 2tO; i.0ILv..flonaton..Ar' l2:4i& f1S:25')
5-room dwelling desirably located on North Alcanlz street, with lot ing a handsome interrstT Then look AI ..... 5:00: 1:2.5: ,...........__ ..C nt1I" ............._ : f : 1 :
2 50x170 feet ... .. .. . .. ....................................... $2000 00 4 $3500-Elegant 7-room dwelling on Hayne a home of your own. UG /arragosss; tr-et. renting. .at JS ......I 1:0'; ; %:41 ".3:0.5'J1 i ..........-.Bluff Springs) .......... .1.40\\ 1 l:2l: 1.11 8liil' ......
: : street. all modern. per month, for quick sale, .. :. 5fl: 'LilZ;; '3:20, ......;......)lcf n1d .............. I. U3%: 1)1 Se: ::::
6-room dwelling at Gouldiwg, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of .- ..... i:30 .3:04:3C ;........Plne E ..........: % ( :
land ... .......... .................................. .............. $250000 $4200-7 rooms. Alcanlz near Gadsden, $600. ; .......1 ..:39 3:13 .3..01 ..............MQhno rren................ ..11:5912:44: 12:25: ;; '1:5\:: \ ........
t i all modern. See Us To-Day. ...... ';3:43 "" .4:04! ............Qulntette............ .'11:511:34 '1:31''
....: :5:531' '3: ::4:11 ....COttage Mill .......... :l1Hi.lZ, ;.:::::
$4000-10 rooms East Jackson. a bargain. ...... ..:3713:2 ........Cantonement.......... 11:4011%:: .. ..
$2500-6 rooms. Jackson and Guillemard ...... '6:011 '3: .4:3. .,............Gonzalez.'liM'lZi. I.I.i.: ;: .
all modern. If you have r >al estate of any kind for ...... .1S:03 :'i .4:21..Robefl:: ............. ; ;.J ;I' : '
HOOTON & WATSON | sale list'with us. Well soil it- ...... .6i51 : .4:4 ; ..................On\"e... : %" %: "
$4750-7 rooms, /North Barcelona, all ...... ...::1 : .4:48/( ...............Brent...........,.. ... '11:04' '109''

: THE RENTAL AGENTS, i modem. CO. :::::: t5: ,..t ,.l: Ar....::::::::Pensacola..Lv. ,,.'n:: ni! ; l, T'7:01:: I '
$1200-4 rooms. East Strong new house.

: Real Estate.. Insurance and Loans, i the See market our list call for and others.let show If you are In Agents New York L. S. Brown <& Co. ;olilI/ f II f _. I I I .S.\

.. of these or others. us you. any Life Insuranes Company. ; 1:00 .Lv..Penl'8cola..A:. t 1OiOj.._..".,... .': Il.1i'-
Thiesen Phone 918. S 5:00..g\ S 7:13..Bohemia............. I....(..... .J.. .... 'IC
; No. .37 S. Palafox Street. Phone' No. 54. ; 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., Bldg. S .. .. 1:15 ...........Gll Point............ J'lO:33t..I..I"1.. t.f

:..... ..... ...........o..4.44...................: For Rent.Two Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. "We Sell Lots." : s:29: ::::::.::;:::..:' :... ..- ;':: {;:::::::::::. 'r.110S.....,::::::;,::.:. 'p(r>>

.__ ___ ._ .. __ ,. I lame stores each 27 by 7>. 104 1............ 'I:..;, ......\.llutat............. .110:19......
n -- and 106 South Tarragona. suitable for C 5:10........ ...... ........ ..............llarp.............. ...... \
storage, warehouse or mercantile C .. .t.. :...... .1:3& ....G8'lt City............ ..........\\\.1-r.
HELP WANTED. ___ WANTED. poses. -- --- --- -.--- ';O I"':" ....... 7:::: ...' llIton............. .1005....... :
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cook M 4VTEU : I For Stalll C ; ::;:::.::::::'.8:.. :.:::.::::::... :..:::::::::::. ::.::::.:::::: :::::.1: :.

W..l'TEIUI cxptrunced" Aw ly -Position as Commissary Clerk ,, C 7:%"I....' ..........8:30i.............Mllllgan............. ':1% ..... ..... .i'
at one to "A, Cfie JournaL. .-1 InovWANTED and. best bookkerper of Ki;:ht years eTporin LESLIE E IFOR SAILIBNICE 7:40.. ............ 1Jt: .... ............ 9:04... ...._ ..... '!I
ladies Box 13 ref l'dU't.t.JJrE'f's P. O Ksl S 8:00..S. 8:5 ...........Deer Land........... ... ........... '.n
-Two energetic household young .. --,. Fre 'tn.rt, Fla. 1 tno\1._w' TtuirpeiiitheIPairinni 1 8:33j.; .....,...... ':10.. ........... Ios.qy IIead.......... ........ .... '.i:
to. solicit Address orders S. P.for\a.. Box10"'I City neescity. AVANTEI-----Herrouns-- man to ask' lila- Rsa Estateand S ..... ':351 ........DeFunlak Sprlngs......_ .. __..... ..... ,";.

iw. confectioner for Chitlets. : g'.:::::: :::::: : 9:44..Argyle..C::::::::::p"n; .7:44.. :
COTTAGE ON : DeLeun.:::::.::. :::::: ::::::
Insurance.Phone ]9:16'\.. \...:... : .. ............\VestvlUe........:... .'l:11/.r./ .. ...... ..
WANTED man for general house \NTKI'ery. sweetheart. to ask for ....... -10:151 .............Caryvine............. .'Il% ,
w"jrk. Apply Mrs IL T. Wright, Cor.: Ch. dpb;. .. EASY TERMS. ......... 10:301. ............:.Bontray....... ...... 1:55..1.. ;
JacRson and Baylen. I1ov. -- ------- IlU ..... ..... _........... ... :1
.. 462. 412 S. CbjpJeJ'........ .. C37 .............., ;
; WANTED -\ojng man of experience Palafox. 11: $ ......1...... 1(1;" ( ...... ..Aycock.... .... 87... ..... ...... 't'I
for small 27 15 12 worked anda 4
cook .
RELIABLE WOMAN .to wants | >,,itii>n a!' collector or outside crops.! virgin year 11:.3 ...... .... 11:01 .- Cottondale........... .':18 .._... ...... ,
Near 4
is timbered.
half. Tract I
faniilv near Century Right party can rigi..g.:: A'J
get good J. B.wages. CcnturyFIa.._and have, good home.9no Address .7tCQilPETEXT -Journal...--.-. -- ---llno\2t.- I ------- large lots cottage on the corner. of t:a new proposition railroad. This for any is an operator excellent at business the- .m!:...:::::: ::::::.:m: .. ...: Ei;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: : ii ..::::::...:::::::. i -

-- -- WANTED TO RENT Small cottage or price offered. : .............. 1:0':.. .. 51 ......J...... ,
guards and matrons wanted a suit of in "F" Intendencia ...... ...... :,. ...... t
the Florida State Reform school. rooms desirable locality and streets 1:30.. .. .. 1:1; .Rlver .Junction......... .5:10..1.. .... % 3'
at .. furnished or unfurnished .\pply'" J. I For 5Sllle NEW CITY LOTS. !0:50 ....... ..... 7:40Ar ....JacksQllvtlle.... Lv 8:051.::' I ....I.
healthy who \ )
Only business strong need apply. p Make rsons applicationwith mean Donovan Box 834: t.."h'. l nov < > (in the Maxent tract). The AM i .PI Ai.i.. PI 1

recommendation to Walter liawl BIDS be--- : ;: I Buv suburban property now and makethe Trains 21 and 22 and trains' and I
will until November ground is rich and you can usual spring profits. carry through sleeping car between Pen.. .
pupt, :Marianna, Fla. SnouiOtWANTEDFirst'lass :20. l\K>b, for the removal of building cola and JacksonvIlle via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.

black. I known as M Anthony's hospital on Garden raise enough vegetables in!!S 850-Buys % block ton lots, in good '
carnage street from present location to corner locality New City. A bargain. Trains atop on sJgnaL
smith and woodworker.: ( b.positionfor of.Garden and PeVillier streets.Ituilding the garden on the place to il-
I -
John Welsh.Carriage
right man. Address. to b* set in place in new location -- ;at:
Works, Pensaeola, Fla. i'oU I in as good condition as it now is. $1000 I II most pay for it. Plenty of Co ROVAIBOER FOR SALE. I
I Right reserved to reject any or all bids. in
I Alex Lischkoff. .nov room to raise chickens aso. I I EVANSVILLE S ai

BOARD AND ROOMS. I COXK Y'S celebrated Roup Cure, Cholera I for three lots on Moreno street between Will sell on easy terms. 200 Thiesen Building. FOR& Sons'SALE piano CHEAP In-handsome Almost new Mshlen ,
I curf'. lice and mite killer as well Palafox and Bavlen streets. Just far rosewood tc
I case. A bargain. Piano TERRE
can be HAUTE
as an unexcelled Egg Producer. All enough from Palafox: street' to escape
FOR REXT-Two furnished front rooms I|I guaranteed and a splendid g'ade of the dust. A beautiful location for a $1200. Phone 686. by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. [ sc

for rent, suitable fo' light 1-ouseKeep- wheat that will make your fowls laF.. Modern Hon.e. NEARLY GONE-Souvenir RAILROADTHE
postals of tare
Ing Use of phone and bath. PhoneS i r $. Molten & Co., Pensacola. Fla. Phone I storm in Pensacola.
<; 810 East Gad -ien. Ilnovlm i i i:03: i. .noII \ List your property with Send quick.scenes P. P. P., Box !10..J8Bnov for %Sc.

FOR RENT-Pleasant -furnished room j t F II AXTED-PQsitlon as saw filer or su- $1400 I me. I can sell jyi. .: I FOR SALE. DIRECT! LINE TO
'' pl"rlntendt'nt. or mill foreman. p
southern exposure second floor. Corner by a
inth avenue and 12th: stret-t. near East ,competent! man. References furnished. I CHICAGOand
For three
houses in
Hill car line. llnov j Address J. \\. Lasseter Andalusia. Ala. first-t lass FOR SALE-S room house. good location IDIRECTbRYPROFESSIONAL.
_. i lion on the East side of Tarragona stn>l't.1 I
> bP water in the
]i I I- C no vim between Jordan and Hernandez !< city. A bargain. Apply O
ROOMS FOR REXT: -Nively furnished II 9th avenue and 16th street ISnovlm all points in the
rented for $16 50 .
a month. A
front room In quiet neighborhood Apply i( AKTED-To rent a house on North moneymaking 'J. W. Bullock Jr.
202 East Church street llnov'2w' 1111nitli 6 or 7 rooms will! lease for I I InvestmentMoney FOR SALE-Diamonds, Watches and North and Northwest.
--- I one year from date of December 1. Address : I Jewelry on easy term to responsible .
FOR RENT-one newlv furn'she-J room. Pensacola Investment Co. 3nov2t people. Buy your Christmas presentsnow.
Bath and gas. 2'J!) South bprmg strt*">t.llnov. I IWANTED Real Estate. and .M rtgage Loans' P. O. Box 265. Snovlw
> -To rent a Ebc-roo-n house in W. B.'BARTON, I Exceptionally Low Round":
I I I a desirable neighborhood by a immanent Room 302 Brent Building. FOR SALE-Square grand piano. cheap -
BOARD AND ROOMS at Ivo. 200 West tenant. Address Box 103::, City. of loan at lowest market rate if sold at once. Cash or installments. Attorney At Law. Rates all Summer
Romana street; good fare; $750 per 19otlmWANTCD 243 East Gregory street. 8noTw'FOR Trip to
cek.lrs. Laura Gomes. Mortgages on real estate in this city Phone 637 Offices-Fisher Building. Palafox street
--------- I I -All Kinds beer bottles. I pay bcuerht and sold. SALE-111 acres excellent pineappleand Will practice in all the state and United Tourist Points. (
FOR RE'IOTRoomsith or withoutWest lac dozen.. I hinu'.i. all leading urancls street All of the for Maxent sale. Tract west of "C" I orange land on Jupiter river; excellent States Courts.: Twenty-three. ;.years ex
board. Men only. Apply 11 I a- of wines. beers ana whisk'e and still now I market; close to railroad; three perience.
Rua bt. 7novlmTWO I I manufacture that wcll-estabiished! cough miles from ocean; some improvements; D. H. Hillman, S. L. Rogers,
medi. ine Joe Roth corner Tarragona FOR SALE.FOR healthy locality. Address E. Benefield. G. P. &. T. A. General Agent, "
NICELY furnished rooms for rent. j and Government i-ts. llott' J Aycock, Flo. Snov T. G. YATES M. D., Evansville. I Ind. Nashville, Tenn. WeWI

with or without board; privilege of bath I.1 WANTED-At once. a four or five-room SALE-One 6 and phone; convenient to car line. Address | cottage Must be close in and in good lar boiler. 48 inches dlamet r, 20 feet business at 13$ East Intendencia Optician.
120J:! East Gadsden street :27ottlmo! :: neighborhood. Address J23. Care '.lourI Fisher Real Estate Agency long: complete with front and all accessories street. Address Box 32S, City. Snov aer
I naL 25sept except smoke stack. Moore I i 306 Thiesen
Ice Co.. Gardner and Mauresa Sts.l4noulw. Building.Twenty LANARKOn
FOR SALE Six-ton
ROOMS SUit-I schooner 36 feet
able for light I T.ULORIN"C-B. O'anaond! Tailor. COLLECTION OF RENTS A
housekeeping with *+ I over all. 11 feet beam round bottom years' experience as an
lIege of bath. Apply 22.! Vest IKl.iiont Gont clothing clean Pd. pressed and repaired SPECIALTY. copper fastened tight and in good condition Specialist. Examination free.OOOOGOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOO.
2Soct !i I on short notice, Xo 11% West FOR SALE and Immediate delivery, one with good sail and gear. A bargain. the Gulf of Mexico.
I Government '?t.. P>nsa!:ola, Fla. Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. automatic tandem compound centerS King & Runyan. 4nov
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crank steam engine of about ISO horsepower -
FOR REXT-Newly furnished front : W A "TEt.>-A. U. Bingham wants your I and two return tubular boilers, 72 FOR SALE OR LEASE 6-room i Hunting and fishing season now on. Ph,
in private family. southern t' ptl'uH-1 moving and l.auling. He: guarantees I inches diameter br 16 feet 1 :' full with and hall I Oyster ,beds within eay reach. -
desirable neighborhood and near business" all breakage. 1'hoi 6:>0. particulars apply Stone Sc ':bstrE ; I Corner cottage 14th outbuildings and 11th attached I : L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph. M
; MONEY TO LOAN. avenue street. WriteJ.
renter. Use of bath. gas and pliore.! j Corporation Box 830 Pensacola. 14no\' Offers exceptional' advantages at 5
M Journal
S., Care ,
< or apply 313 East'
Apply to 122 West Gregory or phone J5.NICELY : ; |: WA "TED-cani3g 3 repaired anire.. Romana street. 4nov E Homeopathic.! place to spend part of the winter month
%80 s'r.teu Boats built to order FOR SALE Fish-t for sale. 170
I : ; horse UNLIMITED amount money to loan on -- yards PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I'
shoei:::g .a specialty. J. G. Welsh Cai- all kinds personal property on short long. feet deep. Apply to R. H. Cas- I' FOR SALE-Bridge score pa s. 23c; Office and Residence' 12 N. Palafox* I LANARK INN.

FURNISHED ROOMS for rent I I nags Go.WANTEDTile notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before well. foot of Alraniz street Hnovlw '''SOO" pads 25c. Visiting cards wedding 1.3 Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., t to 5 p. m. Under l'iew'management., modem an* ILL l
with or without board: Table board: going elsewhere. Star Loan. Co. 1114 invitations fine stationery' etc. C. M '
Merc'.ants Iransfer Co. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pexjlgreed Phone 63. well kept; will afford special attention to
Phone gas and bath. No 3 Palafox. South Palafox. 4novlm Robinson. :203!! West Gadsden. Ffcone 98. .
Zlcctlm wants your moving and hauling. All Pointer Puppies, $10 and $15. Signed. Representing Chas'1 H. Elliot' Co.. of 00000000000000000900000000 hunting and fishing parties.
I breakage gtiannteej T. B. Thors n, Bagdad Kennels. Bagdad, Fla. llnovlm "
.00 to loan on good security. Pensa Philadelphia. 3nov2w Re"ached
Proprietor. Phono 978. SZOOO:; -- t by the Georgia. Florida A
cola Investment Company. JOoct FOR SALE-One '-roo!,. house in good FOR SALE-One first-class Alabama Railway. Convenient schedu'es.: !
FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 WANTED-All kinds of el trlc'11.ork.. turpentine Frederick Ausfetd..
condition with two large lots. near I F. M. Blount. Tourist rates now in effect.
IV. Chase street %loctt.EASA1"T I sell all kinds of' electrical batteriesand HAVE YOU IDLE MONET' In the bank? farm. Eight crops low boxes. Round
electrical' 8 cent I car line. A bargain if sold at once. Ap- timber enough with place to cut thirty AUSFIELD BLOUNT: '
other : supplies When you I can get you per on the best ply 359 Brent building' llnov For hotel accommodations LANARK
need me ring 341 or 955.;; E. W. Peaks possible security. Leslie E. Brooks.. 11 j ,crop more. Do not apply unless YOu n.
? hOMELIKE PLACE to New Star Laundry Bldg. 1::. Garden. South Palafox. oct20 mean business. Address box 77. De- Architects INN, Lanark, Fla.
board on Xorth HilL second door from FOR SALE-Half-'nterert! In one of the Funiak Springs. Florida. Must be sold
rar line. For particulars addreNo. S .\ .. Second-hand sacks of all descriptions 1[ MONEY LOANED on real estate ani best furniture houses' in South Alabama. by ,November 10th.: '1306. 2novl2t 312-314 Pensacola Brent, Fla.Bldg., 43 Moses Bdg! ., 'For schedules. railroad rates etc.. writs
tast :strong 12octlm:: wanted-i! If out of town ship personal property on short notice Reason for selling to devote more time Montgomery, Ala. J. H. McWILLIAMS.
1 them if in to other interests. Call on or address )V. PANAMA CANAL EDITION of .', : 'Gen. Pass. Rent.:
to us; town. ring us up at No. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, 23% South The .
zit: or bring them to us at corner of Palafox St. Phone 1144.I S. Sheppard, Florala I Ala. llnovim Journal magnificently illustrated:! WM. A. BORMANS, : Y t: Baln ridit. Ga.
'nase:!' and Alcaniz: Sts. F. S. Melien Ac magazine, containing scores of vicwi 0:
LOST. fo. ::UUlY CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight FOR S4.LE-Forty acre! 1an.l. well timbered the city and harbor For sale! -t all Architectand Superintendent I
per cent. If you have any that you good house. U4 miles east of book stores or at The -Journal office. By Office-305 Brent
want interest on. see me about It. It I Olive, Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O mall, 20 cents. lsei* Phone 823. Pensaccia Building.: ,' Fla. Pensacola, St. Andrews and
l..OST-T"> I'tan.ia1'11 patterns of waist will be absolutely sar. on real estate Box 164, City. Snovlm
anl .skirl K." VTI f.r rt-tuni to ?.' MISCELLANEOUS.WAGON security. Leslie E. Brooks., Phone 462. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN .or.O Gulf Steamship Co.
y HnovltA I FOR SALE-Large bay horse; large fur- brick one :35-horse power engine, ito -
I.- MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows niture wagon and har ielS. In good con- feet 1-inch pipe. This engine Jus. the DR. ALICE W. HERMAN STEAMER TARPON.
i luiasK. OUr I spot -- AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We money from Jno. A.' Hall & Co. 14S dition. Price $I%..oo. Fisher Furniture thing for a small saw milL Address Box W. G. BARROW, Matter. .I
a alt ..>do. .o-ketIok. withrwnry are now in our new quarters 214 E. E. Government St. When In need call Hou!@. 138 and 140 East Intendencia 103 Pensacola. Fla. Sloctlm IROPODIST., !: FIRST-CLAfes PASSBNGKR' A\'D
in it Will! Iihaa of the bill Intcndencia. entrance also at :21i! Romana. on us. street !nov : I, FREIGHT SERVICE.:
for Us returu to Ir Tho* s. MiUhellHnovlw. and prepared to do everything in wagon FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam Room 301, Brent Building 3d Floor. I I PENSACCLA.-BetweenMOBILE..- Ag

I -...-.. ___ ____.____ _____ and Hernng.(eariage: Phone building< 21: ; and City.repairing.14oct.E. MONET property LOANED on on short all notice.kinds of Terms personal FOR land.SALE 12,500 10,000 saw mill acres timber round and timber caw and engine everything, steam! complete drying for room earning moulds on, All corns scientifically bunions.without Ingrowing natfs. remOTed -I": DREWS.CARRABELLE.MILLVILLE.! APALACHICOLA ST AN, -Off

LOST-Small rod monkey; answers to MATTRESSES OYATED-N'ew tick easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romana. mill 32-roem hotel at a bargain. Several business, together with the finest bed ofpotteQ' : a specialty. pain.24octlm Manicuring And all points en St. Andrew Bay, Cir
name. "Frisco" Reward for return to Phone 116 IfebUXLIMITED good farms and town properties. clay in Escambla county. Located 1 rabeile and Apalachicois.SCHEDULE. .
Jos Thomas', restaurant, 'next to Lewis furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car- I Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chipley, Fla. right in the city. Apply to or address I 1 .
hous< opposite depot. pet taken np and matting laid. Leave 23sept R. P. Reese. ,
% 13Xovlw Ifiseptf Leaves Pensacola
Sunday 8:30 p. m
orders at ANatson Parker Reese co.'s.Wesley .
:: amount of to loan
-- money
----- for Mobile, Ala.
LOST-one very small black bitehpup. Duncan. sept on all kinds of personal property. Special !FOR SALE-Driving mare. 4 years old. FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixturespool ; SECRET SOCIETIES.. Leave Pensacola. Tuesday, ':30 p. ia.
PY. about throe months old. Answers I ito rates to business men on large gentle good traveler. Any lady can I and billiard tables. etc. In a fine for St. Andrews Millvill, Apalachicoll.Carrabelle
name of }rrank Return to 2>W l>a-i'I J. H. PORTER. sailmaker. 718 South loans. The New York Loan Co.. 201& drive her. C. R. Yaeger ZOO Thiesen location. At a bargain if sold at once PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 3. ) and intermediate points.

Bus street and get reward. 13nov2t l,,I awnings.PalafoK camp street. stools Orders and taken house for" tents cots, South Palafox. .building. Xov. Address box 103. City. 2&3ej meets Pensacola every Lodge.Monday TCo.evening 3. K. at of 7-30 P -For additional Information J. R. SAUNDERS aocly: to

STRAYED OR STOLETtI.o:: bull ter- .,ftc. Prices reasonable. Sljan clock at their temporary Castle HaD E .R. COBB. President 111
.: ners, one male and one female, female SHIP CHANI.ILEHS-J.lcKlnzle GMT; Pou. BUDest! Intendencla IlL General Frt. and Pass. Agt. Pin at
white, with lemon spots! named }Beautv. Oerting VisltUiff brethren cordially welcomed.H.COMU& aacola, Fla.
& Co.. wholesale and retail
Male white scar down back and deaf; ship chand YOUR WANT AD bENNARD, C. c.
len and grocers. Only first-class house WRITE HERE. S.DAUGHTERS ,
left Friday night/ reasonable reward for of kind in city. Fair prices to all. lIf It. & S. I; ctUi
return to 62S E. Government St. 13no\2t I
repainted ea
Floats built to order. Horse Naomi Lodge. No. 10. Daughters of -

HOTELS.BRIGOS I pany.specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage shoeinga Com ZIfeb Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help, have anything sisters S Rebecca.o'clock meets In L 0.invited rery O. F.Monday haul night Visiting: at I Howard I. O.Council S & D.No.of 1 St.and L.BetH atan:

I MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Wil- to sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything try a avant ad. They do the cordially Nint 'T. be present.N. G. ,hem Council No. 2. Independent Order
MRS. NBVJLLiv. i lot Sons of St. uki.
HOUSE-300 feet west of Union lie Mlms. Proprietor. Furniture repairIng work. c.RATH and Daughters
Depot on Wright street; best location; of all kinds carpets laid furniture BONE meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nigh' C,
test rooms; best house to stop at. Rates I packed for shipping. Phone G:.: Katbbone Lodg*. No. 39.NO.Knights 30 of each month at their ball on Tarra.
Next t\> Tampa landing. %: of ;
LOc day. 21octlm april hoti's
per I Pythias meets every Thursday, nIght at gona between Intendencia and R"-

BROWN I HOUSE}-DeFunla* Sprinrs. I I H ALF\IAN-Tln.:: Copper and Sheet SIX ORDINARY.; WORDS MAKE ONE LINE. and Castle visituiff JtoU. breth1'en M mbera- cordially or sister lodges I mana streets. D. Howard. F. C H., It1

Good beds airy rooms elegant meals Iron Worker; cornice work and sky- to attend. J. M ROPER,'c.Invited a Rev. C. H. Jones Secy. No. 1 Fran
tree bath and sample rooms. Special lights a specialty; roofing guttering and C. J. LEA-ET. K RT* S. Scott, F. C. H, Stella Dawson Sec ,
attention to traveling men. Rates {:.00per 'repairing. 109 East Government, opera :
day. J. R. Brown.. Prop. house building. Phone 1316. 2junelm M. E.v ?* A., No- *k' -meets first an4 Xo. 2 novlO-lm; i*
HOTEL SOUTHERN-Op n all the third Raff"rd Wednesday Hall. No.. evenings 10, West at T.30 p. 10_ )

year. American and European plan. street: A. O. YELL Intendenc1a NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.

Ppecial very respe summer<'. Pleasant rates. First-class and ,. FOR RENT.FOR I j ,,. L. SWEE.7sY, Secy. PreL I As all kicks registered in this office tttJ

nt. Mrs. T. L. I for failure of del'yerr! of u: *
Prop., Pensa-1' PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. O. 0F.:
-. Fla. ISapr'IT RENT-Until May 1st 1907, cottage I I : : Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L O. O F.. t paper are charged up to the earner Jot
at Flsherville. overlooking the bay and I meets every Thursday evening at 7.30 it is des'rous! that subscriber f*. an,
HOTHL-Op n night and Eu- at the
day. hall.on
ropean plan. Rooms light and dean.I'raM1er.t Fhipplng beautiful location; partially fur F i t't: .treets. Visiting Belmont and l4dylen i quite certain that the paper ha, ''
nu>i> t1. Particularly suitable for parties I : brethren cordially In. r1C1t
> trade: solicited. 675- 79 South spending' winter here and wishing to do vltl'd. B. R. WIT1\VSKY. X. G. been delivered before registering
2 alafox. Jus. S. .
lcolau. A.
Prop.PERSONAL. i light house keeping Rent $12.50. includ- I Secretary I kick. cot
#.- ---- ing city water. Address "B." Care JournaL __ w.o.w. At times complaints comes in :ron (
t Snovlw I Live Oak' Camp Ho. 1. W. O W, house at which we are ceran TJ" "

I. FOR room RENT-A.for : tR.s Bingham for has funJture storage I Rates-The rate on a want ad filling the above space is 25 centS first insertion resets Wt"dnHday\.. hi. Pythian COtdIA In each,--'n\"ftej.hall month.the 1st and Y1sJt1n.r.lgn. 3rd I obviously paper has unjust been delivered to the toys and If lbi.v.:ado cot&fe

I CHICLETS arc splendid after smokln. or raona:other street.goods. Phone 104 and'!3.106 South Tar I and 5 cents a day for each additional. consecutive insertion.. -",Send. cash with the ad. LESLIE :Bo F. A. BOOHICH. Clerk. c. c. it; not but get please the be paper certain.we want to Lao*


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''Ye'Pni Savannah. Ga. Nov. 12.-The naval '
stores market closed to-day as follows t

ww ..................... : 6 SO DRAINAGE SUITS '

N wo..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::C 825 00r Insomnia :;. :i .1

M ......................................i 50 theljfe / I

- k K .:::::::::::_:::::::::::::::::::::::.440.475 4 45 and YEARS Witnesses Give Evidence of : 1;

'amaa : a .....................-........ .....4 30 of youth 'I
j F and Nervousness 'If
janai g'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::tic in every Value and Characterof I I : f

i i ...........................,........ 0;; ; -1
'PntPm sPirt ".... ou bottiI1iViiOratinj.
Land. :
_' Mother Found Son From down"f
ant PENSACOLA will certainly 'pull you
pmpm The Whom She Was Parted and mil build. 'i
' fQUowtnC Pwisaooia cotton quotatloia '44Ls nothing so certainly
'e Taking of testimony in the
== ara lurnUhed by .1. P. O'Connor A drainage
F. o. a.: cotton brokers, Pensacola, ill keen yo'sperfeg by Advertising. suits Instituted against Gov. Browardand you up as ACME MALT TONIC.It .
his board of '
T RED: Good 3Iddljng-..........................9Mlddll 's drainage commission 1
pmpm :Strict MIddOng ..............,.........9 ers was resumed yesterday before Is purely vegetable, and is creative, .uidvitalitya<
Special Master Charles S. '
'amt I Strict'fo..9.. .............. ,. 1Jea1ers"z&1 "It is an answer to prayer," ,says says the Jacksonville Times-Union.Adams nerve and tissue food conveyed to the famished system in 1 1a

Stains and tinges nominal. Mrs. :Mary Banks, who lives at 82 The complaining land company was form readily and easily assimilated, creating new blood, '

, New York Stock Market. Thurmond street,-to an Atlanta News I represented by Attorneys E. J. new life, vim and energy. It is not a mere stimulant. It j
" Open.. High. Low. Close. L'Engle, J. C. Cooper and P. A. Vans is nourishment greater than bread and meat and leaves
January .... ATLtr thirteen ,
1 9(5 983 9.S. 978 .- representative.. For years I
TOP March ..... J.$4 1000 575 '.*4 C I Agnew. The defendants were represented you brimful of healthy enjoyable life delightfully free j
, May....... '.If It'.U L85 10.04 have kept my sorrow over the loss *f by Attorney Gen. >,. H. Ellis ,
h. December .. S.(0 978 9.48 974 my sons Louis and Leonie to myself and former Gov. W. S. Jenings. State from nervousness and insomnia. I

... New Liverpool York Spots Spots 5.19 C4.49. freJouSaibiiedWATYnirsefft praying constantly and advertising Chemist R. E. Ross sat with the at- Ij
torneys for the defendants followed j
and -
continuously and now the answer has ,
h. Grain Market I : the taking of testimony care .Ilt Jill Drugstores or Direct From Brewery .:
Wheat- come and my son Louis from whom fully. ,.,

I RYE December ..Open..73V I11'4V h. Low.721 Close.744! I. parted thirteen years ago and of The evidence was almost wholly ,Made by :lAcme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.

May ..........1l\ 79 71 4* 79 whose whereabouts I knew nothing is along the lines taken up before the
Corn- coming back tq mg." hearing of evidence was temporarily ,

I December ...Open..4S High.42%: Low.42 Close 42% I The story reads lu>.e. a novel in postponed. The witnesses and there

May .........43Vi 43% 43U 4J& smmiE G us which a mothers ,unending love'and were several who testified yesterday jJ
,-.......AND WSSTHETSERft SONS Oat- !faith and continued effort have at last told of the character of the lands in jj

, 21 tOUISYlllE.1\ .JOSU'IfI'O December ...Open...3434s High. Low.34H Close.34?, brought their reward In the returnof question the creeks and streams running I. j

)1n --- May ..........!5 33% :35; % the son. The circumstances of the through them the direction In
: Arrived Yeitsrday. disappearance ,of the children who which the lands were drained, and
: S Nsw York Stock Market. Northwalte. Pr s$. Stately 2t>73, La seemingly vanished the return of tho the value of the lands.A .
::51 SoiL Pac. ................... 80% 'J Plata to A. A. Brown &. Co.
.50) Copper u..l ,* nOH ilecea. Nor bk. EUfsen:: 9S3; Hamburg one and(; the 'unknown fate of. the number of maps introduced in FJAYELECTRICANDSUPPLYCOMPANYw.

:4:: \' If A. o. R. ....................132 4 1324 to A. Ze'lu other seem almost a romance. evidence with the drainage district j j
3ii ... Cleared Yesterday. Thirteen Mrs. : T. BEDWELU, PRES. AND MANAGER.
.33 itc1t ::::::::::::::::.::..:.:leH 97 ** 1541 3su '.orthwe.Ite. Ur '*s, btavtly 2678 for Bank her years ago Mary marked and these were used by the Prepared to do all electrical repairing: on short notice Ring phone 670 and a
'ZIIt lrs Galveston la ballast. husband and the three witnesses in explaining the statements representative will call. W. T. Bidwell. President and Manager. 205 S.
f: ESTILlS 1l.R.T. ................... I?; 76 Bayleo
B. & O ...................117}, 117% children Louis aged 12; Leonie and imade on the stand. As a street.
U Erie ........................ 43% 4J\J VESSELS IN PORT. the little girl 'baby formed a happy whole there was little new matter ---- .
Iii r C.F.L ..................... 50 i, fco, Steamsmpa. family in Litle Bock Ark., where they brought out that is of interest
5U U. S. ................... 44i. 46%tLJ Conway Br as. PrentIce. 2578 Rio Ja- I general '
r'd' S. .................."T 45V' 4*,*. niero to masher.Uelaingburg. had many relations. One summer though much of the testimony I c..w. U"AR.President. JOHN prEIFFCR. *.lt tint Cttkitr
03 U. S. Pfd .................1044 104* bwed ss, Schnel. 1422. Louis went to spend a few weeks with yesterday is of the highest Importance and Cashier J.W. ANDREWS. AMbfMt CatMsr
41it/ 13.5. ....................... 34% 33 Hiielvs to Hyer Bros. his aunt :Mm Davis at her home r to the complainant
L. i :N. ...................141 141* Lewisham. Br ss Gavin 1795.: Rio Janeiro companies. THEliM R
.4.n Lad ....................... it3- 74(5( to the \\m-S. Keyser Co. near the city: and Leonie went to Proceeding Slowly. NATIONAL BANK -1
.: : Can. Pac. ...................17:::*, 174?, WfclJleld Br ss Jonns Ia60 West visit hi? grn &lOth'r In a neighboring The of .
0n I _" : ,N. 'Y. C. ......................126'17h' HarUepool, to Hyer Bros town. Then while the children taking testimony is proceeding ,
:::24 """ :' --..>:.:. I P. O. ................ ...... 8M 8> Ships. were away Mr Banks received ac offer slowly yet as rapid progress Is OF PtNSMCOLA fl*. t"
t. El-a ::03 33 '4 St P. ....................1.114 HCJ", Aranti. Nor ship, An :erson. 1S4S Lon of a better position In Memphis cal of House j
'::24:! E ill' tS I itS ........................ 23\, Z") don Ferreira to order., Port. I Tenn., provided he went ImmedIately. nature many of the questions Opera Building. : :
::5ttt: OLR. ....................... &23fe" :32: % to master ship Barrob. 506- Lisbon i The offer was accepted and the the necessity of long and intricate answers : f
: Penn; .............;.......131ii1! j34" Canada parents owingto the fact that the land DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. .::
:: -, .- _. I U. P. .......................UDfc llEo 1 Janeiro to Pitch Bship.Pine Spurr Lumber 2287 Co., Rio I wrote to the aunt and the grand must be actually described and other ; '
(11n mother CAPITAL STOCK 200000. SURPLUS $60.000. !
telling them to keep their ,
: Harbinger. Rus shiP. 1333: : Algoa Bay similar matters means slow work, t ;
:3Q ft Storm're LIGHT HOUSE BREADnone to master two boys until they were established necessarily. DIRECTORS. :,1
::00M ; Ingrid, Nor shIp. Dannell. 12SO. Antwerp in their' new home and could send for .t"

genuine without the Hal McK. ship.Oertlng Tassara.& Co.IsSl. London. them. Then packing tBeir household made Both or sides sought are watching to be made every closely point Henry U, Covlngton, Frank Rellly. F. E. Brawner, i' I l'

oarE- label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- .to order. goods the parents with their little and the cross examination of witnesses J. 4. Pf elff er, W. S. Rosasco. C. W. Lamar '
Bark.. i dawhter, moved away expecting to Bryan Dnimodyt Tt F. McGourin J. R. Sounders '..
\ now have all of our ery. Montevideo Afredo Uruguayan to H. H. Thornton bk. Jlaiagas, 987, I again see the two little boys within and each is rigid Objections are many A. M. Avery W. H. M"ton 0. E. Maura j
: side is
<;n-beaten docks work- Alfhild wed bk. Srensen. 1332. Dur- a few weeks. carefully watching W. U Cawthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie OerUng ;
FAULTS OF CHILDREN.:: ban to master. Before the; father or mother could every move of the other.It Alex fdcGowln, C. M. Covlngton .t. E. Clark. ,
mgand are prepared to dock Andrea Nor bk, Quale, 114, Durban to write to the aunt the news of her will be some time yet, in every 'I
& master before the' (( cutlcxcs'tr nat il21>, :JMO tad JSJH Uw Invite '
any vessel from 100 to 3,000 1'vo.t1gat. Ok. c.....' aden B*. Campbell Nor bk Hausken. 1100. i death reached them. Thee implored probability taking of tes- frilly { year. apartment

: .onl.. to Stavanger to McK. Oerting & Co. [the aid of former..,neighT>,rs in '""....cRock after as possible Special Master .in ucoection for the conrenience; of customer .1
onon hort notice. We Chacma. Nor bk, Jorgensen, 657 timony is concluded. As soon there-
A large amount of so called haughtiness to send them'their children buta
interest Paid Time
Four Deposits.
Fleetwood to 1)1(ler. II Adams will make his report to the percent on
solicit estimates from cap- among children' may be accounted 'Hereford Nor bk. Jensen 1380. Rosarlo letter came saying that some one court and the cases ended af-
for upon grounds-which quite exctade to order. had taken boti children to the west.
tains and owners of vessels Heimdal. Nor bk. .Ilmsen, 1354. Hun 'I Neither the father',nor mother could terwards.In .
the desirability punishment for It. to order. view of the overwhelming defeat -

requiring docking and repairs correction sajs a writer In,the London Humberto to oriiet.Isabel Span. bk 1111 Battle Havana used go to Little Rock other and, although they of the drainage amendment, an '

Lancet. It may be dae to the fact that Browne, Rue bk,. UndquHt.1231 could be every heard of the means two boys nothing appeal to 'the higher courts, In the THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
the child has bad insufficient sleep or Hull to master. event of a decision adverse to the
) Kink Oscar II. Nor bk Johnson 752, The family moved to Birmingham
: la overtired after: a loaf,days excitement Rosario to A. Zellus.Lllla. where anotherf :llttla gIrl was born. drainage board is regarded as Improbable PENSACOLAA
OLLINGER & BRUCE I Nor bi Aanonsen 1030, Santosto Then came' tb death of 'the father though it has been stated
order. that stones will be left unturnedin General Business Conducted Safe and
CbOdrea may: be restless or restiveas no Banking on a ConservativeBasis. ;
and Mrs. Banks came to Atlanta
LJulB Uruguayan bk, Lopez, 700 Havana .
I DRY DOCK COMPANY the direct result of,belng nndertired. to .order. th'nking she" ad a' brother here. the endeavor to carry through the

They may have been confined at home :Maria Ger bk French, 1922:!:,, .Kings; When she arrived. :shefound her drainage scheme.
LYnn to master. Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.
MOBILE, ALA. for the whole day owing to toe inclemency Marina Madre, Ital bk, Simon etta, brother dead and so with her two Testing the Law.

,d- of the weather aad ae a consequence 1468 Genoa to ordTNerpore little girls settled d1wn to make her I The defeat of the drainage amendment '
Nor bk, Ojerdsen 112S East '
the only apparent outlet for London to A. ZellusOlirari own living. i does not effect, these suits ---- --4

their restrained physical energy 2k Ital bk, Costa Genoa to, order The IDDther..struggled bravely and The tax which the complainants are
of Pensacola
for the I resisting and thus far most City Improvement Bonds
Coal and Wood found by annoying those who have provided two girls, one of successfully
charporthem. mouth Pallas, to Nor A. Zelius bk. Johnson.. 1219 Ply-. whom is now.niwried.' Although her was levied under the act constituting !- Denomination. SI 000.00 each. Dated January 1st. 1906. Maturing January let. '

Superb. Nor bk, Ullch. 1934 Antwerp life was 'a busy- one full or present I the trustees of the internal improvement 1936. Redeemable Jan 1st, 1928. Interest Payable Seml-Annually
,, to A. Zelius & Co. joys and sorrows yet she never for. fund a board of drainage
We deliver and an incipient, physical or mental dIsor. Schooners. IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.
Ice. Coal. Charcoal get her two boys and for thirteen I commissioners giving them power toimpose.
'nfl Wood anywhere In the city. We can der may manifest Itself by symptoms Clara E. Randell, Am scI4 862, Calbar- .
advertised In the taxes, etc.
len. Cuba. to J. A. Merritt & Co. years western The Bank of Pensacola
- rupp'r' fOil in any quantity and our which very strongly l resemble wUUU Donna Christina, Am sen, McLeod 165, papers and pniyed continuously! for The levy of five cents an acre followed Peoples I,

-rvke is always prompt. perversity: rules the possibility: ef the Belize to master. their return. No one in Atlanta and at once the companies on .
Domlra, Br sen, Reddie 2691 St. Lucle Pensacola Fla.
Steam and Domestic Coal. onset of an Illness Is borne In mind. It to master however ever knew of their exist whom the burden of taxation fell ,

Wood Cut Any Size. is notorious that ill timed punishment Freddie Heucken Am scb". Bryant, 475, ence. heaviest came into the courts and -- -----
Harana to master. Last asked for an Injunction, restrainingthe p
in these cases at times baa precipitated Thursday Mrs Banks remained i

E. G. SEWALL, a severe attack. Stuttering and shysen HER CONFIDANT.That home from work on account of collection of a special drainage '

are also llkaly to be> aggravatedby sickness and upon this day came the tax. This was granted, pending the
on. Phones 614 363. 26 N. Tarragona St. letter which brought so much happi final disposition of the case and At.
being noticed.' A deaf child Is often Ia What a Mother Should Be te A RETURNED CHECK A LEGAL
Inattentive and has been occasionally Her Daughter. ness. Her son Louis, having seen torney Adams was appointed by Judge .
a her advertisement in one of the Locke to take testimony and reporthis
.. Florida and Alabama classed among the mentally defective. As one grows older it seems harder papers, wrote her, saying that he was finding back to the court. RECEIPTIt
It has been said that many childrenare and harder to enter into the plays and defEat'ot"
anxious to be with her again and The the drainage amend
LAND COMPANY pUJ shed for' the faults of their fancies of the children around ns, even would leave Little, Bock Where he ment does not effect the drainage law

and teachers., ThU is vmdoabtedly true If they are our very own. There are was now working on a big contract and hence these eases must be push.

toCs. Uaaufacturen of when such faults exhibit themselves asa mothers who hare such busy lire that on November 10, and would coma ed to a conclusion. The suits will determine saves time-time is money-to pay bills

and Dealers ia continually close atmosphere in the any exertion that Is not absolutely straight to Atlanta. the constitutionality and check. This method insures loss '
&.. LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. scheolrooax ef a prolonged strained and necessary is really an Impossibility Upon the receipt of the letter. Mrs. validity of the drainage act, and if by against

OLES AND KILN.DRIED 8Af cramped attitude ef me 'puptl's body but many are too lazy mentally and Banks, for the first titus told the that Is knocked out and every indication of coin or bills from the pocket, and the

__. while he la seated at work. Vrequeni physically to keep In touch with their secret which she has kept so long. is that it most certainly will be check must be endorsed by the to
,N- periods of exerofee in the 'air art In the neighborhood where the family dralnqe'wUl be temporarily endedat
4 HICKS'CAPUDINE open children mothers who wall aloud that
essential la order to arouse the drcala their children do not sire them their. lives everyone Is waiting for the return least and,in'every probability finally whom it is paid ; this check will be returned -

Ita tlon and to 'ettmdfcte the mla If a confidence. of this long absent son who It ended. to you thro the bank and is acknowledgedin
is believed from his letter, is now Broward to Keep c On.;
-7 miacbievens disposition is to be combated
aoruunu cnaHEADACHES No child who had absolute confidence
law legal receipt.
rather well to da The all important as a
I. t ii her mother ever went very far letter told In an interview published in a Tallahassee -
of his
nothing life duringthe Gov. Broward is quoted -

- WI *-. COLDS wrong.) thirteen years, .but that will be as saying paper that, regardless of the
LONDON One cannot help being struck by the
known when be arrlv s.
idit )0dh1ii 1a6t.1H.ara. kue= lack of sympathy between the average So now the mother who has waitedfor defeat he will of continue the drainage the work amendment of drainingthe Open a Checking Account To-day .

OB. OecMtom Wk B tie Fra>>rletorW mother and daughter or father and thirteen years. will wait but a few Everglades How much there Is

:::: ate4'It St e.>>." son. especially! as the children grow cp, days longer. She is very much afraid I I to ttlsj; which practically a defy to

SCARRITT The introduction ef Sir Francis and the fault seems to be largely with that her son will not know her present the voters of the state time alone can

'mO. MORENO. Bnrnand to the staff of Punch led to the parents. They are so apt to be the address and telegraphed: him yes- tell

Agent SAFES for OF eb''r4L;' DESCRIPTIONS and Lock Co in unusual incident The Bookbuyertells parents not the friend and companionto terday. II Mr. T. J. L. Brown In an Interview

Canton.:..Ohio i the story Mr. Burnand had given whom_the children would go with But what has become of the other published in a Tampa exchange is FIRST NATIONAL BANK
and Salesroom Leonie? Mrs 'Banks
20 Gov. St. son wrote to '
__ up his profession of law and was even the silliness of youth 'dndbavethem Louis. asking him to bring his brother quoted as saying that Goy Broward I
ar. h. devoting himself to writing.It occurred received as such not as things of told him (Brown) that the fight fordrainage .
with him. But will he In the letter
RATS AND MICE would be made in the legislature PENSACOLA. .
to him that a burlesque ori the lasting importance and to be referred there mention whateverof : ;
11.. and to again and after -they have was and the passage of a new drainage -' ;.
EiSy sensational novel of the day print. again
to Get Ridof! Them With the younger son. 1 act asked. Mr. Brown Is quoted I Designated Depositary of the United States
TheIa. Stern's ed after the manner of the London passed are slaking into oblivion.
Electric Paste. that Gov. Broward
further saying
as j
Journal might make a popular hit. nc "Oh I can't tell mother anything, she There is no Reason ; I
will outline his plans for
'd," can be easier than to rid proposed his plan to the editor ol lays so much stress' so much importance why your baby shoold be thin and the immediate probably future when he (Brow! W. H. Knowles. Pres enL W. K. Hyer Jr., VIce-President and Cashier. .'
barn or sore of on trifle and fretful dutfng the night Worms are Thos. W. Brent. Ass't Cashier. W N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier!
rats and Punch, "who at once accepted the idea. every never forgets his address at the openingof
Ttt ,v ard) makes II _F. C. Brent W.A, Blount. W. IL Knowles, W. K. liger Jr..
the cause of thin sickly babies It Director
Steam's lets ,
a .:. ng Electric Rat The first installment came out illus it or me. I wIth I had a mother 1 t the Tampa state fair. D G. Brent.
is natural that healthy should
Paste. a baby
trated Gilbert, Da Manner and could Ml things to. Is the cry ont
- ', ,'" contains a peculiar Keene and reproduced in Journal fash- hears continually' from schoolgirls! be fat and sleep welL If your baby Gives Little Concern. I;- -- ----

TO'_,,, creates a burnins ion. It "toofc" at once an4 became the New York Press.FalU'a does not retain its food don't expert Little attention Is given these al- _ _ _ __ -- 1a
: rates and mice, after ment with colic cures and other.medi le statements of the governor here
- out of doors for water talk o the town. dare, but try a bottle of White's the concensus of opinion being that ++.+<.+. .+......................++........++..++++*1
'i'. The day of the first issue the senior S aay Fhllonopliy.In .' Cream Vermifuge and you will soon wishes
he must yield to the expressed .
,Ie- \under an absolute guar proprietor of Punch was ill in bed. a recsnt interview JIme Patti see your baby have color and laugh of the voters and drop the present '* I Ii '
er t joflC"fon.; The number reached him with the' *,110 seen to( have duc3ve:: the foaa- as it should Sold by all druggists. of the make-up of 1
because I
, c plan and :
e.U "_ '. Electric Paste is sold Journal burlesque folded on the out- sin of perpetual'yo ta, said: "If thereis the next legislature a fight there is | Witcher Zemurray & Co. i

or sent prepaid on re- side. At first he thought a Journal th. tiniest: rppck of !>!'ne in the sky regarded as a 'hopeless thong from ,

rao.- .: 'rp, 2 oz, box 2&c. 16 oz.Barn's had been sent bum by mistake, but and there nearly always. Is. 1 Ijbk,: for Sanliffbt Put Flee. O t. Gov. Broward's standpoint. > :
,. Electric Paste Co. it and that makes; the wbo'e! beavea "An oven or stove should never be event that an effort is made
':1.. when he discovered that the page : In the : Commission Brokers.
Y. ( IlL the sun will strike it, ,i
formerly Chicago, ) built where :
I the work as
formed a portion of Punch he did not blue for ceo spead three hUfs'd2.ily to continue .

V.. step to read It._but sprang out of bed in the open :air \ralkoig: or dicisg la said an architect. "Sunlight puts a it is Elated that injunction proceed-i I : :
Id the and I .: fire out you know. I had often heard ings will at.once be issued efj j Orleans
p at once dressed and hurried. to an open carriage, accustom my Pensacola and New
- 'il 1 Estate Transfers office. self to bear the extremes of summer from old women that fires would not fort made to put an end to the further :
well if the sun shone on them expenditure of state moneys by orders II W. lnUnd ncia. 820 Common.
a list of the real cstat burn i
tr. "Stop Punch: hi cried. bursting into and winter.
fled yesterday furnished bri from the courts.
but I thought this was a superstition. I' : ,
1f. i .vbeiract CODEEDS .: tbe room. "Stop Punch! You've get j ja the pending drainage '
14 of the Jou.rnaIn the form!* t. Street Odors.A I thought the fires only seemed to Meanwhile j: Provisions
page J will be pushed to a conclusion Cotton Stocks Grain
8.e. 1 i '." anl ti to the Monroe south Campbell-20 feet cf It_ took considerable: explanation to discovery of the beauty world Is burn less well because the bright light suits and other things of the future allowed:; |

Ir k. ..:. East Kins Tract-II.('\) satisfy him that some dreadful mistake that sweet smiling roomS and dainty: of the sun made their names look pale to rest until they demand action, if j i :: bought and sold on margin or for investment. '
Jt l moderations perfume have a decided effect the and weak. I was wrong though.
\ f. had not been made. upon Indeed they ever I 0' :
44 :: J IS'ibba, and to 14.D.block Hale 1U.Wilso New- This was Mr. Burn. nd's first appearance expression or. the face.: As bad odors j is a fact_ that sunlight on a range or : Given Special Attention. '

; ..i L'li'-.>vunion,:00.00 and other valuable on the Punch staff. The next give a very pained expression,.so pleasant ..1. stove will weaken and eventually Is that extinguish LIGHT HOUSE BREADnone ;i Out-of-Town Orders !
1e ; to T. A.. J nninss-South11. night! Thackeray took,him to the weekly odors give 'a pleased look and so the fire. 1 *
-. U. It is well for In I the sua's rays hinder combustion, genuine without the :I Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173.
::1 *. welt!! of the pouth-. dinner and introduced him: ? milady to be careful '

111.f -.:,w. acresBanyan's 10.a11tnTpNR32.W. "! : boy.:' I choosing her perfume that: it should_be rarefying the air and lessening the: .label. 'Pfeiffer's Steam Bak. i iIII
. I the kind that will that much I bulk of oxygen eo necessary to a good,
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\ $ J.00, $ j.50 'and $2.00 _. "j ,:' to Indigestion expand-swell causes and the stomach puff up:!

)Claim That Water: in the against the heart. This crowd; Appointing: Thursday, Nov. V
- the heart and interferes with -

Everglades is Necessary .:; its action,''uusint shortness of 29, Issued by Gov.Broward. .

Special for 25 cents to Health. .breath tc. palpitation of-the heart, :. C

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Just Tallahassee, November 13.-Governor -
During the state campaign
That sounds like a fairy tale, but is a fact ended the theory that.the'water protection Cure Broward has issued his Thanksgiving
of the Everglades' was a Yal- Dyspepsia Proclamation according to custom -

nevertheless. They are a bunch of fancy naMe. asset to. the east coast groves as follows: ,
and truck gardens was sneered at as DIGESTS WHAT TOD EAT STATE OF FLORIDA.By .

stiff bosom shirts -not of the latest style, to the height of folly, and It may be His Excellency kprW
that some will consider ''the' former takes the strain off -the heart NAPOLEON R BROWARD

I be sure-but shirts of value-good qualityand : belief is merely a superstition. Let and 'contributes nourishment, Governor.A .
us examine the theory without refer- strength and health to every Proclamation.In

for ordinary wear or work ,shirts ence to its political bearing says, the organ of the b dl. Relieves Indigestion accordance with a custom sacred
Jacksonville Time -Union.. l in the memory of the people of Florida -
The water in the Everglades Is Dyspepsia.,Sour Stomach I hereby appoint Thursday, the
are all right. largely furnished by bold springs ; Belching Gas on Stomach 29th day of November, as a day of
bursting from the ground throughoutthe and all Stomach troubles. Thahksgivlng' and Prayer.
See Them In Window. great area and of course this And I recommend to all the peopleof

water remains at the same temperature this State that on that day, in devout J sIts
winter and summer. Withoutit Denova, Iowa. assemblies in their respective ,
n_ .'_ the Everglades would become "a Three yean ago I was afflicted places of worship, and In glad gather- Br-
menace to health, because is shal- with indigestion so much thatI ings around family firesides they
low and full of decaying vegetation; give thanks to Almighty God for the
with it, the water is kept sweet despite was ia continual pain. After prosperity which fills our land wiui
THE JOHN WHITE STORE its slow progress to the sea, and eating my heart was affected plenty, and for a civilization which
neither the summer sun nor the cold and I had smothering ensationa. endears and consecrates associationsof
_ winds of winter materially changethe Two bottles of Kodol cured me. home. : ICY
temperature. Lying between ALBERT LADOf.BV And I further recommend that the _
Specialists in Men's and Boys Wear such a body of warm water and the people make ready for this festival WH
gulf stream, is it possible that the *A 4ollr boOJf ceatfia 2% with love which binds all hearts and THF
Phone 225 205-207 S. PALAFOX east coast owes nothing to its position times MM much'm* die trUorSOe.lie. brightens all homes; and with charity -
? Prepared mt tile Ltbontorjr ot that blesses alike both the giver. POI
I Why is Jacksonville warmer than E. GD.W&C.Cge,U.So A- and the receiver, -so broad that it

Pensacola? Hitherto science has said shall reach its needy one in the State. Made Under/// \ A QUALITY BepOF
f because Jacksonville is nearer the Given under my hand and the
I' gulf stream; we are practically ,no FOR SALE BY Great Seal of. the State at Tallahassee U.S.GOYERNMENTirINSPECTION j ITS EXCLUSIVE
DEPOT LOAN OFFICE. further south than Pensacola. HOOTON'S PHARMACY. i the, Capital this 8th day of November \\ / OWN
I Why is not England as cold as Canada ; in the .year of our Lord One
II ? Science has held that she Thousand Nine 'Hundred and ,Six, *
All kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, I would be but for the presence of the : and of the Independence of the

Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money 'gulf stream on her coast winch also' KNOWLES BROS. United".States the one- hundred and ,
makes Southern Franc what it Is. thirty-first year.
loaned on personal property. We handle all kinds of Some years ago the!Colorado river Insurance. N. R BROW ARD, Its and uniformity
--I Jewelry, botIF new and second-hand. Don't forget. "- 'cut through its banks during an over- FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT, MARINE. (Seal), Governor.By r purityquality by ,it
flow and formed a large body 'of General Agents of the.Governor; Attest:
J I P Plomont THE WATCHMAKER, water in -what had been a desert The H. CLAY CRAWFORD, THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL Co. paF',
.I uwuuiit, |os East t Wright Streat.6" waste. To protect their roadbeds the EquitableLIFE Secretary of State. ( : of

railroads have dammed the break ASSURANCE SOCIETY 'OF NEW fre

...."..- .. "" "" ", ,,,,,,,,,..,,. and. without interference this bodyof 303 South YORK.Palafox Street. an
9 water now known as the Salton sea TAMPA HARBOR me
will evaporate and disappear in two of

USE A GAS HEATER f years. Proofs are offered that a wide .....WHEN YOU BUy...... be'ra
extent of desert has been influenced LINES FIXEDMARKS /

by the presence of_ this waterthatthe THE PANAMA Correspondence Wedding Papers, Envelopes! or th(

i For the hall bathroom, dining : irrigation government works will be by saved preserving millionsin it, Cards, consider'the'value, ,*,ot the price-the satisfaction W.up

room or bedroom. The : and the administration is seeking 'an WILL BE ERECTED WITHOUT the goo'ds'give you. Carefully weigh these facts and voa th,

: "fire is built" with the striking : water understanding will continue with Mexico to be,furnished by"which CANAL JOB DELAY-WORK ON BIG will buy the line we ,carry, for it contains all of the b;'J if

i of a match and is the i the sea or lake from the river. TERMINALS. kinds. p'la,

: acme of comfort, convenience + French engineers and scientists ;'I Z3S0UTH'AUFOXSUCET
have declared that a great expanse of COE'S BOOK STORE
- and : Brent Building ""011,235
: economy. the Sahara would be transformed into !
Harbor linesIn"the
+ rich lands by the formation of, a lake Vastness of Undertaking- Hillsborbugh rTJI
Gas Heaters $LSD to $10.00 in the desert from the Medfterraneaa : bay as discussed at a hearing held depth. While this increased depth Is :(

I IPensacola -a vast area of what is now utter Shown by Circular of some, time ago, have been definitely a reasonable certainty in the near HIDE sairattt

_ desert would be opened to settlement, established by Maj. Francis B, Skunk, future it might not be best to be too
< and would be visited by"rains and confident of'getting It from the short rc
i the Commission. engineer in charge of the district of
gas Company moist winds.If Florida" says'the Tampa Times. They session of congress, which meets on from the !toork
< it be not true that the waters of the 3d day of next 'month. There ,
well coated
-.--- :- are satisfactorily to all
: Phone 143. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i the Everglades'affect the tempera interested property and their will doubtless be a small rivers and ,
: ture of all east and Washington' Nov. 13. Some idea owners tyard
... ....... ..................... then all accented- south metpnrnlnHMl- Florida-O of the vastness of the Panama- canal I lof being the'marked harbor and out its will neighborhood.promotive harbors against us bill'that, but we it will are be still chalked engaged up I CHILLY WINDS air

--, --------- teachings and project 'conveyed itf'-a circular I
--- -- are wrong those who recently Assistant Engineer Caldwell has in spending 'almost a half million in I 1
sciught to serve a political purpose by issued by the commission for been directed to proceed immediatelywith one lump and we may have therefore en
OPERA iOUS ROYALTY EXPECTED sneering at the doctrine were either the information of prospective bidders the establishment of permanent I to wait 'a year. It may be, set down, .and get into one of our com ex&or

deceived themselves through ignorance for constructing the canaL The sum- marks, which will fix the line so visibly however, that It will be had"then with fortable sweaters-all prices
or sought to deceive,others. mary shows that th# estimated exca- reasonable. certainty.; heith'ork r
that anyone' can read it and I
Thursday, November 15. AT EXPOSITIONKING Floridians have always") believed in vation and structural material in know exactlywhat are the requirements The hydraulic dredge engaged in -swell line of flannel shirts.

the value of water protection, from these sections are approximately as In relation to it. work on the channel has Just been See our underwear we hare
a HfTTEMf frost, and it Is the general belief that follows: Colon section 9,445,000 cu. Work on the Seaboard terminals moved ''to a point where the cutting: ; rust
THE BROTHERS OF CAMBODIA WITH RETINUE experience has thoroughly endorseu bic yards; Mindi, 11.000,000 yards; will begin as soon as these marks are is easier and the work is progressingwith them from $1.00 to $7.00. Otis
I AMUSEMENT CO. (INC.) the popular faith. Do not rashly reject Gatun locks.- excavation. 3660.000 set, and will progress as rapidly as rapidity and smoothness. loaterWb
OF ATTENDANTS AND what has been held as truth by yards; concrete. 1,392,080 yards; steel in seven- months, -or by the Wlth-I I!
plenty of and material
.1 Offer the Dainty Musical F..reeLOVERS : men can push 'S-JWC: : >:r\fE:
ourselves and our fathers. gates, %29.230,000>OUndl; Gatun dam, it. June of 1907, the twenty-foot "ere
& along. As the Times has' exclusively -
DANCING GIRLS MAY earth filled, 21,200,000 yards; Gatun announced before: all the dredging will be completed to the contour of, '1eu
CAPT. SKINNER OFWESTVILLE regulating works excavation, 1,580- i THE HABERDASHER.
I VISIT of Seaboard slips will be to the the bay and vessels drawing that mid
. JAMESTOWN. DEAD 000 pounds, ; concrete;,189,000 yards; depth ot, twenty-four feet in anticipation depth of water will be arriving and ;Vats
AND sluices 5,000,000 pounds, lake of a new project for the channel departing. It will require pretty 222 S. Palafox. adess
1 We section excavation 24000,000; yards; rapid work by the Seaboard peopleto ;
shocked four feet
_ were to learn of the giving additional
Norfolk, Va., "Nov. 13.-Advices from Culebra excavation S9.000.000 .
yards \"ork90ar
LUNATICSBy death of Captain J. N. Skinner, which ; have the docks and warehouses -
Paris say that the king of Combodia Pedro 'Miguel execavation 6,835,000
occurred at his home on Monday ready for the vessels by the time
who :recently visited France as a yards Pedro Miguel lock
; excavation SouvenirPostal ntrlatle
I they to
Waiter Co'eman Parker night Mr. Skinner been come.
,truest of the nation, will had a citizen 1,170,000 embankment MARY AGNES
With probably of this county for a number, of yards; 1,100. PERRYMrs. By the way, the government required -
I visit the Jamestown exposition next years and was highly respected all 000 yards; back fill, 390,000 yards; of the Seaboard In the way. of a e
JOE MORRISAS year accompanied by a retinue of at- who knew him proving himself by val-- concrete, -513,612 yards; cast iron, bridge across the slip between' Grassy I rrsRAfbeouheroT.
teT"1rts: and'a corps of dancing girls. uable as a neighbor. kind in his homea 732.000 pounds; steel- gates, 19.500,000 island and the garrison a rolling Cards
"(KEY ROSENSTEIN" Robert J. Oglesby, of Kansas City zealous worker in the-church pounds; Lake Sosa section. excavation lift steel structure; with one hun- 1
'Ilist Original: Character) ft;--., jay !iLuifoIl.. and the first loyal to his country. He made, ever for 1,680,000 yards; Sosa locks excavation dred and twenty' feet raise betweenthe
_ Supiort I !"} Notable' Company of 40 American: to gain! admission to Ang-- himself a noble record in the between 1,430,000 yards; black fill abuttments .on a straight line r
:flayers ind;.dim; th,- Famous Dainty kor, a sacred city of ruins in that war- 950,000 yards; concrete 992,800 yards; across the channel. This 1.i .a bridge Arc
the states and always seemed all the and; all!
Beauty t l1nrll !
country and a friend of the cast iron. 1.231,000 steel rage .
II ruler. pounds; of the highest class'and most modern
: Tuesday.Prices Z::, 53, 73 and $1. Seats on sale! I I jwhGn"he met ia"Paris upon his visit, a proud cause that that he he served believed and suffered. right in gates, 37.1SO.OOO pounds- ; La Boca construction.. It will be superior to" _your friends ,are making ht"pchat
I says, the Parisian capital was in a dam 6,300,000 'yards CorozalSosadam In
He was a charter member of the anything use anywhere lathe. southin collections.. You .houii
state of furore'and that the king and 5,397,000 yards; Panama bay excavation costliness, size and the perfectionof hsla'
Camp Finlay U. C.. VJ, and .
ii 1-.T..r--=J.'Y.T: IE. '1i :| his novel suite created a sensation in as its first commander. We are 'sad 8,528,000 yards! its 'mechanism. contribute to their col
society especially among artists. Mr. While on .this general it f>r.l
I when we realize that we will never I subject lections. See our
; Oglesby says the king was completely might be mentioned that the : '!fed
again hear him answer. to roll call.
1 I captured with the attention accorded To his family we extend our:heartfelt!I GONZ4LCZSpecial p Land and r Improvement Company, FINEPENSACOLA', > the :
NO HIGH Ii him- and when the suggestion I sympathy.-Westville News. I j jHow's which is the holding-company for the -
:I! was made teat he should visit Ameri- I Atlantic Coast Line 'In the matter of ''W1.rr.
IJ Ica, gave orders that a tour be arj -I II -- the Port Tampa terminals has signedthe ; VIEWS. ,W
j! ranged and it is more than likely I i agreement that its. charges shall .- Boarra1t'
'that this ruler will This? / to The Journal. Charles of Glens Falls
touch the shores! Perry be fixed by the war department. As .
- OR I'of the United States during May of I Ii \V> offer onHundrl"d Dollars Reward Gonzalez. Nov. lo.Rev.V.. T. N. Y;, writes: "I wish I could induce one of the results of this concession and comic postals-hun. heSf
[i next year. I for any case of Catarrh that cannot be Tracy, of Pensacola lield services at every mother who has a weak sickly there will soon be expended the 'sum dreds to select from Al :boar!
Speaking of the cured by lIalrCatarrh Cnre.F. Christ church here Sunday with the child to that delicious "
I[r: proposed visit to J,CHENEY & CO.; Toledo, : try cod liver oil now UI drawn for the deepening pt able
I II 0.
II I,I this country Mr. Oglesby said: "The We the undersigned have known F. .J. usual good attendance. preparation. Vinol. Our little daughter the channel from Eginont pass to the so'postal. card albums. PoIit
'I king expressed to me great interestin Cheney for the last 15 years and bellere Miss Allie Seals, of Pensacola .is had lost flesh was thin. pale and Port which will 'make the r
FANCY Americans; and said that he had II III him perfectly honorable in all buslneestranFa"tlons visiting relatives here. sickly and nothing seemed to do her 'of 'water available. twentysevenfeet ; tard
The '
: often financially able to carry :Mrs. R. P. Wilder and little good. heard Vinol Cem1Book Store
contemplated a visit in order out any obligation made by his flrm. son any Having. of we Deep water is constantly drawing )
; that he might study and observe some W ALI>ING. KINNAN & MARVIN Glenn 01 Cantonment, visited relatives decided to try it, and the results were closer to Tampa; and it :' tbil'ctar
of the great achievements and institutions Wholesale Drujrglsts. Toledo. O. here Sunday.Mr. marvelous. It restored her appetiteand : may' De safe .C.R'. CNSON, Prop. ),
for the Times to
Catarrh Cure is taken repeat its
Internally, C. A. Ward of Gull Point, visited she is in prophecy ] ,
of gaining ,
j wetenn civilization. The acting directly upon the blood and mucous weight right of-thirty feet in about ten-or maybe jcn.ii8: S. Patafox.
PRICES suggestion that the trip be made next surfaces of the system. Testimonials relatives here Sunday.Mr. along; the color has returned to her t..elte-years.. That i
i year was favorably received, and I sent free. Price 75 cents' per bottle.. Casque Lowell, spent Sunday cheeks and she seems stronger than the may seem to I '"
Impatient i
a good while
all drujtjtlsts. to
Sold by ,wait,
believe with his 'Mr. and Mrs. she has for "
that he will A.
parents. years.
Take Hall's Family Tills for but wewill have
constipa- ; right here i
II IIare patlon. Lowell of this place. Every mother in Pensacola is askedto the time .all
-- !I I. THERE'S NO USE Mr. Cecil.Wilson, of Pensacola wasa try Vinol. It certainly does make anyway. !I Prepare For the Cold Now

to be found here to !I talking you can't beat Herbine for pleasant visitor' here Sunday. children robust, strong and healthy. ALWAYS WAS SICK i SPLENDID HEATER AT A LOW pgiG&
discourage the man who the liver. The greatest regulaterever Miss Lavada Brown spent the day! Vinol is a pure cod liver and tonic W>en a man aj :
_ offered to suffering humanity. very pleasantly Wednesday with Miss iron preparation without a drop of says, ars'wai, > -
'wants to be as well I If you'suffer from liver complaint IF YOU AREPARTICULAR Nina Smith in Cottage Hill to help oil to upset the stomach and retard pasted sick-troubled all 'winter with a cough that -
dressed as man in I I jif you are billious and fretful Irs your I celebrate. Miss Nina's seventeenth its work. It is delicious to the taste say-he -what would' you .
(liver, and Herbine will put it in its birthday. and cniMren love It. was sick since using
I in town. The only thing i I II proper condition. A positive cure for I. ABOUT Miss Ethel Gonzalez spent a few We have never sold anything in our man.Ballard's exists.Horehound Syrup. Such a

I that's high about our Constipation, Dilliousness, Dyspepsia, days in Pensacola last' week on busi- store equal to Vinol to create strengthfor Mr J. *
I and all ills due to a torpid liver. Trya YOUR LINEN ness. old people, weak sickly women C. 'dark Denver Colorado, Vila
suits is the and writes: Tor years, I .: "
I Quality bottle was troubled
and you will never use anything I and children. W. H. White & Co., all ;

- th t's "away up in G." ise. Sold by all druggists. and the way it is laund-" SMACK FROM FAVORIT TEMPORARY FELL SUPPORTS Druggists. miserable winter;eondhti This, n.cough I.tried left Ballard's me. in a ID
Note-While we' are sole
I agents for
- You'll be pleased with LIGHT HOUSE BREADnone ered, your custom is the I Vinol in Pensacola it is now for sale Horehound Syrup and: havenot had a ClIon
'fl e fishing schooner Favorite upon sick day sine*, that's
new suit-any style you I- genuine without the kind we want, as we which, workmen have been engaged at the town leading drug store in nearly for me." Sold by all druggists.what it did' Ita,!
every and in
: city the
want. I II Ii label. Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- want to be appreciated. I I for several -days placing in conditionto Look. for the Vinol agency in country.your oU,
be floated, fell from the temporary LIGHTTTOUSEBREAD
I i I ery. Let us call for your parI: I 1 I I supports upon which, she had been town.. : tne.tot

I _ cel. placed yesterday afternoon, and toppled -none genuine without the The

t Neither CREW the NOTICE."Captain. Ownersnor I I over on her side fo the edge of FASTIDIOUS WOMEN -I label. "Pfeiffer's Steam Bak- THE WONDER HEATER. boti' I'ftl 1:101I:

H. 0. ANSON Consignees of the Russian -. Star Steam i the slip at Cedar street and Is. now consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a ery. shape, beat quality Smooth steej. bti.:.: e{
ship! Harbinger will beresponsible' The partly submerged. ::
_ necessity in the hygienic care of the _- draft. Unequaled for beating qua- tur,
for debts oontravttd I The smack was being .removed to economy of fuel and ease 3IntendfJ >
I btlt" crew of said person and for local treatment of Regular hCilr: *M "
of Pen- to bum wood :
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