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 28, 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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.'EETING PASSED OFF WITHOUT FIGHT WITH THE ELE- | LABOR TOO LONG TO AiTRACT U house London of commons Nov. 27., replying In the I :

FOR FOR. SERVICE-EFFICIENCY IMPOSSIBLE the government would take to f !

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dent of the Board ''
CISED FOR NOT PRESIDING ON HUNTER REACHES PORT AFTER Birmingham, Ala., Nov. .-Tonight Lloyd George said he had Tenets Desired by Manyof BY THE COURT-TAKING OP t t '"j' t

at Hotel Hillman there was a large .
seen the schemewas
reports '
ROUGH EXPERIENCE. southern 9:3Q.
Kansas :! gathering of postmasters, being organized in the' j!
who at : senators and congressmen at a banquet United States to regulate the THIS MORNING. ; t
fessed to : given by the Postoffice Clerks of price of cotton by storage and ( !

Associated Press. By Associated Press. !Burlington this city, when means of improvingthe \ gradual sales. He said the developments MEETING OF MEN, FOR PURPOSEOF .I!" ; '

!f ucaso., Nov 27.-The efforts of Machias, Me. Nov. 27.-To the heroic I on Sunday postal service were discussed. I would be watched ".'J., ,
I :igo negroes to prevent the lec- Among the interesting addresses was carefully,' but the board of DISCUSSING SENTENCE r
fortitude of the
captain's wife, :name as THE JURY.
tl of Senator Benj. R. Tillman to- Mrs. Frank that of Postmaster W. H. Northup, trade did not understand that I {
McGuire, who stood Rumsey, who f
: because of the position he had lashed to the wheel during the severe :United States of Pensacola, Fla, who, in respondingto the Lancashire cotton trade PASSED UPON ROCHESTER MIN- Julius Boley. _" .f; f

: ,med toward the negro race was gale that swept the New England .Leaven worth, the subject "Local Conditions was greatly alarmed at present ISTER AND ITS BEARING UPON Albert Johnson. '

:rji.-; rji.iccessf coast from Sunday Nov. 11, to the said: Frank Kramer.
serving a
When' Mr. Tillman arrived this af following Wednesday, is due largelythe .the "From all Information 1 have been THE CHURCH POSSIBLE IN NEAR J. G. Welsh.
the need of
and told of the threats able to gather it-seems Mike Puhtell.C. .
noon was safety of the schooner Goldhunter, be
:tion to one
re-classification of postal employees,
c: injunction proceedings to prevent of Blue Hills, Maine which worked I F. Schad.
LIB lecture and of the money consideration -I: her way into this harbor 'yesterday, : The as great as it is admitted to be else- W. T. Williams.C. fi !
(in every p where, is most keenly felt in Pensa-
offered if he cancelled his engagement eleven days overdue from Portland. !' J. Levy. I'
prison record
cola than at ether postoffice to CLAIMS POWER
Tillman declared that it The little.'vessel showed plainly the Associated any- By Associated Press. S. A. Johnson.

made no difference to him what the marks of the storm. Her deck was .Young of Fort my 1. knowledge.Pensacola is in a locality where New York, Nov. 2T.-The Tribune C. L. White. : ,1 "
negroes of Chicago did, he was going swept clean and her sails were in manufacturing fishing to-day says indications are that the J. A. Gilmore.
Major shipping,
'0) fill his engagement and he kept tatters, but the hull withstood the terrific ing Rumsey's industries largely predominate over resignation of the Rev. Dr. AlgernonS. Victor Hoist, Jr. t q11 ,
\ IS word. pounding it received. Crapsey. of Rochester, after his ?
and like interests hence
military farming REINSTATE l t : '
,From the time of his arrival in The Goldhunter, with Capt. McGuire to cost of living is high. TO conviction of heresy by an ecclesiastical .
his wife and one man for an quently court will in effort The case of W. S. Harlan. G. W., .
'cago: Mr. Tillman was guarded V' misconduct. "2. All classes of labor is organized, set motion an I
J assistant! left PortlantCTiCuvVfTO, witha Lamata. Robert Gallagher, Oscar s n'J
police and detectives and the guard and practically the entire available within the Episcopal church to
general cargo for>*:this!portv Nov. perate man. dor, E. Newlander A. Bellinger Harry : .t
.11 i be continued until he leates for supply of help, from the common laborer broaden and hberize its tenets.
Wisconsin tomorrow. Thin was in ac- 11 the Goldhunter-made good progress to the skilled mechanic and If Circumstances Rev. Foster Peabody is quoted as Halverson Dr. V.'. E. Grace, C. C. Hi'r t..... ,,f
with clear weather; until afternoon Justify ton, S. E. Huggins and John Atwell, t"iall
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,'ord with an order by Major Dunne from the office boy to the experienced saying that while no steps had been t
hen the wind,breezed from charged with conspiracy to com. II
who was scheduled to preside at,pie up clerk, is controlled ,by the trades Soldiers taken in that direction yet a meet- : f. ;.
the northeast while.the vessel was MUCH charged May mit peonage and all of whom with t.
:.eetlng hut refused to have anything miles Manan 'unl ns. ing of men who desired a more liberal -
four off Peter light. the exception of Atwell are employeesof : i.
with the affair after "3. Wages as a rule are considerably church faith likely discuss i
To do the negro was to
Sails Carried Away.A the Jackson Lumber Co.. of Lock :.. b
Be Taken 1
"itizens filed objections to Tillman's above the average in Pensacola. the sentence pronounced on Dr. '
sudden gust of wind split the Ala, was called for trial in the J j'hart .
appearance.; main sail of the., vessel and carried Members ,of a certain stevedores un- Crapsey and Its bearing on them. United States court yesterday morn t \ ting .t
Tillman made his address to-night away the jibs Without her head IN I l ion, for example, are paid from four I selves and the general situation within Judge Charles Swayne presiding t I i'
protected by forty detectives. Antici-; sails the little schooner became un- to six dollars per diem for work that Associated Press. I the church.A and just before the close of the afternoon 1 ; I

atlng trouble several policemen were I managebale. The sea made up rapidly a requires. but. very little skill or experience Washington. Nov. 27.: President Rochester N. Y., special to the session a jury was secured .I j :! .

ept in reserve at a nearby station I I and the vessel was continually Roosevelt claims power to reinstatethe Tribune says that In a talk with the and placed in charge of United States i. }' t F
the subject organized
they were not called for. There j I'smothered in the wash of the combers. "While on members of the col- Rev. Algernon S. Crapsey yesterday it Marshal T. F. McGourin. who will be "r' t ; t
I'I labor the refusal of the post office Twenty-fifth ( j
rere: many negroes in the audience Mrs. McGuire was below at the time national ored) Infantry, discharged as the result developed that after thirty years' service -mine host on behalf of the government : .
their convention -
t ') listened to Tillman's remarks'I I I the storm broke, preparing supper, clerks at recent of ttroule at Brownsville Texas, in the Episcopal church and after until a verdict in the case shall 'j Y f
with outside fed-
rrt,;l naturedly and although be was [but rushed on deck and took the eration,,to should be r4"- :W any sized! .in a sub- if circumstances In' many individualcase having built up a church property have been reached. {. ,
: rirupted many times by persons wheel, while her husband and his assistant stantial by the department and should justify, ,but told his callers valued at $$150,000, he withdraws from When court convened District Attorney -- "'
riling questions, the meeting passed went to work on foresail so by way This loyalty the service to-day that he. must have evidence the priesthood practically penniless Sheppard announced that the gov -j"
without: trouble developing. !as to bring the vessel up to the wind. coiigress. commendation. not deductions. and with not even a home to go to. ernment would not proceed against
In the introduction to his address on With the craft wallowing wildly in They Are Is worthy of special I His personal charities, addea to what Messrs. Hilton Hngglns and AtwelL. !" t f I;
I the through of the sea this task was A Plot Alleged. he has and an order of severance was entered f
the !subject! "Shall the United States -The Pensacola post office reportedto given directly to his church,"
Annex Cuba," Mr. Tillman criticized I most difficult. With great patienceand By Rev. Chairman Wilcox, of the national El Reno, Okla. .Nov. 27.-Gilchrist have, been many and large and have in regard to these three. 1._ 1: ,F ,
Mayor Dunne for refusing to preside I consummate seamanship the two committee of postmasters of officesof Stewart (colored,) who has been at depleted his resources.Dr. Counsel for defense then entered a '
men labored for hours to their lit- Fort Reno the few plea of abatement and former jeopardy '
past' days, securingdata it is will
Crapsey stated
meeting. ,. the first class, a total of six resignations now
tle rag of sail set while Mrs. McGuire, to be placed as evidence before devote himself to his in the case of W. S. Harlan, it being --oj.
Mile discussing the fifteenth of clerks for the fiscal year disseminating
lashed to the wheel, aided as well as President Roosevelt in the matter of the and alleged in the argument that he bad J
which he declared 30 1906. Since that platform through
amendment June ,
gave she could, by what little steering was ending the discharge of the negro soldiers of already been once placed on trial for 'I
I+f' right the white Much been four additional of the and reviews.
negro: every man time there have press '
possible on the almost helpless craft. the Twenty-fifth infantry, said lastnight the same offense. District Attorney .1 J
had he several in the revival clerical force.
interrupted from
was separations our .
Held Vessel to Wind. : 1 Sheppard filed a demurrer to this It i
limes Finally Tillman seemed to Finally, the foresail was rigged, I,terian church This means a loss of 76 per cent of "The substance of my investigation, i I jAil plea alleging that tae charge against oJ}
hw his temper and exclaimed: "Oh, i Patton 13 clerks. Those who know the
and ;
I iMr. Harlan tor different
double reefed, and while the two supported by over one hundred affidavits was an entirely t
stet your mouth; you don't know the men clung exhausted to the mast, I both morning.l'D'I,time the patience and,, the hard work from the members and noncommissioned DELIVERYATPALATKA i offense, and the demurrer was i
a n 0 of this I clerk
thing. forgot forty necessary to make a good can ,
gregations 4 I
Mrs. McGuire brought the vessel I officers of the companiesat : sustained by the court.< ago more than you ever knew around head up to the wind and held I Dr. Patton realize the seriousness of the situa- El Reno, and from the statement: It had been the intention of the government ;1

her there for forty-eight hours. Be- ,.and his !tion with us. of the officers of the companies, i to place the case of Robert 7 ; '
fore the fury of the gale the vessel self upon I; "These clerks are now nearly all amounts to this: I Gallagher, Oscar Sandor and Dr. W. J .'I

COUNClll1EI1BERSBEING .drifted out to sea for ninety-six miles an extent being paid much better salaries with "First-That the citizens did not : E. Grace on trial and notice to tbat''

.off Mount Desert Rock. In all this with each shorter hours of duty than when in want negro soldiers In Brownsville, I effect had been given ,attorneys for j I.
time it was impossible to cook foodor probably the post office service. I recall one Texas. I defense on Saturday, but the govern 1 i

WATCHED even to heat up any coffee. Keptup The Union who was being paid $600 a year in the "Second-That this feeling becameso ment decided in the Interim to take i j

only by excitement and pluck, Mrs. be held at post office who is'now earning $3.50per intense that on the very night In up the case which was called yester J' f
diem; another who left$800 a yearto Nine Prisoners day. When the announcement was 1 '
:McGuire clung to her post throughthe Thursday at question Maj. Penrose issued an order Including
By Associated Press. accept S1,500'in other employment."The made that the general conspiracy: ,
of the
height gale while Captain dressed by and sent out patrols through the
A.Plttsburg, Nov. Councilman W. : McGuire and his men attended to is anticipated postal service comes nearer town that all men should be in by S Three Murderers Pick case would be taken up the court ad- ;
Martin, charged with bribery in being of vital to every ,
journed until three o'clock to allow
,their little storm sail which continually exceptionally o'clock whether on pass or not and
connection with the alleged Tube City man, woman and child of this great attorneys for defense to for .
I broke from its insecure fasten- entExecutive Capt. :Mackin. officer of the day, reported ; } r
railroad franchise scandal was arresst- ings. It was *a man's work at the country of ours than any other public that all men were in except Hole Through trial and the case was taken up soon :

fd today and is now locked up to- ",wheel with the helm "kicking" strongly service. we must have it and its three on pass. after the noon recess. f t

f her with C. S. Cameron, president I to the wild plunges of the ship, efficiency is the prime consideration.Its .' "Third-That the firing that night During the sessions addresses were '!7 ,
ef the Tube City Company. The men but the endurance of the rugged north I -cost is a secondary matter. was of mixed arms. % Palatka Fla., Nov. 27.-The county made by W. W. Flournoy, W. A. !

HII be released on ten thousand dollars 'woman was equal to the test. "This fast was aptly illustrated one "All the Inspectors sent out from jail here was broken open last n\-ht] Blount Jr. and Judge L. J. Reeves :

bail A number of the members i November 13 the gale abated and day last week, when I received a per- the war department have started out Mne prisoners escaped, including;j for defense, the latter having been I t
tf both branches of the cbuncil are re- the two men rigged temporary sails sonal letter from a fair miss up in Indiana with the assumption that there was a three alleged murderers #retained rn the case after the con.
Wrted" to be under surveillance. I before Mrs. McGuire could'be relieved who had been correspondingwith conspiracy among the men to keep I i I Will Dumas, George Valle and I viction of Harlan Hilton and Hug 1 }

It was alleged today that forty of .from her post. All hands were exhausted -I a soldier, garrisoned at one of back the truth, and shoot up the George Brown, all negroes, and in.jail I gins last week. District Attorney W. '- f
'hI' our coast defences. She had reasonto for killing are among I B. Sheppard and Hon. R. Pope Reese I
seventy thousand dollars which I I with their struggles and exposure town. They have never made any Investigation negro men
rest< astray and caused all the trouble I and under such scanty canvass believe her letters had been delayed, 'Into the,real facts. From those who 'escaped. Seven .were negroes handled the case lor the government. ;
vas to have been distributed among I as could be set it was hard and I intercepted possibly, designedly or the Investigation there was undoubtedly and two white. From the array of policemen in the :
otherwise. The tone of her letter of the prisonersgot jury box after the names of the special
hF sixty-nine councilmen. ; slow work bringing the Goldhunter a conspiracy to make a case I I In some way one ]
into port, where! she had been given plainly indicated lack of confidencein against the soldiers and get them the lock of the cages unlocked and venire ordered by the court had been
i up for lostCOURT the mail service; so, as she thought out of the town. Six sergeants of last night at 7 o'clock they began called one would naturally suppose ," ,
I to insure the delivery of a letter by long service. and In whom the com- picking a hole with an ax in the brick that the United States marshal had '
"BIG STICK" FOR I I and the same mail to her soldier beau, missioned officers have implicit confidence wall and succeeded in getting out at a special grudge against the member !

IGNORES I she enclosed a dollar for any neces- are going to Washington with 3 o'clock this morning.One of that body. Officers Booske, Benja 1
THE sary expense of such special attention. me to act as witnesses before President negro prisoner Robert Reed, min and Wilde were excused, however .
PRESIDENTBy II [ The dollar was of course returned, Roosevelt. refused to join them in breaking the and it will therefore probablynot
SPELLING.ORDER but I saw that the letter was promptly jail and reported the matter as soon be necessary for the city to call
delivered and I hope put the young as they were gone. He said they in all the extra men in order to see ;

Pit Associated Press. I By people on the right track for uninterrupted TELLS CABINET OF planned to go in groups of two or that the laws are obeyed.
burg, Pa., Nov. 27,-A "big I I Washington exchanges of love-laden mis- three. Turnkey Frank Kramer and former
provided by nature is on the
r REFUSAL OF SUPREME TRIBUNAL dent before sives in the future. Sheriff Howell and posse are in pur- Chief of Police Schad are among the
) the president, according to then 'I.'II :cers and "The point is this: We want the TRIP TO PANAMABy ,suit of the fugutives this morning but jurors chosen and both seemed any.

ron!n> to-day. In a special dispatch. TO ADOPT NEW SYSTEM ship people to feel that when a letter witha i without any distinct clews as to the thing but pleased when the judge an
M trion, 0., it is announced that I the pleasures two-cent stamp on it is depositedin i direction they took. nounced that they would have to remain
nxr: sinan Grant E. Mouser of that. CAUSES COMPLICATIONS. fection of the mails it is going to be deliveredto in charge of the United State
City lat aiuht received a large gourd Speaking the right party and that without Associated Press. I Spain's Association Laws. marshal until a verdict in the case \
from Mr: ,Jf his constituents with a I'said: "I have unnecessary delay. .It must be handled Washington, Nov. 27.-All memberswere Madrid Nov. 27.-The chamber of had been reached. J. G. Welsh was
nN"" "to present at the cabinet meeting 'deputies today by 161 to 4 votes decide of the who
'ii'{ 'IO; that it be delivered tified at the by men who are methodical, accurate another member jury
P'-"''ln'! :: Roosevelt The gourd is I By Associated Press. and trustworthy. What are to-day for the first time since the be- dto devote half the session to the seemed anything but tickled to death
in declining i
?}'' ; Washington, Nov. 27.-Public Printer we going to do about it! How shall ginning'of the last political campaign. discussion of the law of associationsand I when the announcement was made. "
uniforms,1'' published pictures of the Stallings appeared before the in weget and keep such men? Not by i Nearly the entire session, fasting from the other half to the bUdget. The The balance of the jurymen, as far
-t'1:: Mick' Attached to the gourd house committee on legislative, execu- ment. offering them five or six hundred dollars eleven to one thirty was devoted to conservatives abstained from voting. II as could be noticed. seemed resigned J }
s'., 11 p following : tive and judicial appropriation bill today no control for ten to fourteen hours of stren- listening -'to the president's story of 'The cabinet has resolved that it is to weir! fate. '

:t';" Roosevelt: message Please accept this to discuss the question or simplified Washington I uous labor every day, 365 days in the his trip to Panama and tae conditions its duty to retain office until it Is All other matters incident to the

v'tiz.\;; -'H i ,' and send it to congress at- spelling. In view of the refusalof which year. Men are wanted not boys or there. voted out. trial having been disposed of the
rh ,' ,? and tell the supreme court to recognize the men transients who are here to-day and court and Jury will begin the hearingof
tt"a 1. your message executive order, the question is raised the uniform gone tomorrow. evidence when court convenes at
"" in be goodit was apparently whether that tribunal can be com- lose its "An'efficient post office clerk must The Mexican Government Was 9:20 o'clock this morning. The wit '
dit 1::*)it td. by Providence for your offiUSP. pelled to adopt it by legislative enactment I,anj I think it take interest and pride in his work. nesses in the case are practically the

No decision was reached.I He must keep posted on schemes, same as those who testified at the .
lf :oin your trust-busting Democrat- but the extra expense of maintaininga ". general orders and postal regulations.To Warranted in Making SeizureBy trial last week and there will pro!* 4

atiInirers of Marion, O." double system w&s urged. : FOR obtain such we must offer ade- ably be but little difference In .the -
compensation and reasonable evidence'adduced.
JURY qute
IS SECURED Jules Camborto New Post By hours of labor. When a man works Associated Press. The case against the smack Lizzie 1

TO TRY BURNHAM Paris, Nov. 27.-It has been defi- I Atlanta, from five o'clock in the morning until Washington, Nov. 27.Officials of Adams was decided In favor of the ,KILLED FIVE TO :

nitely decided that Jules Cambon, 'a negro, was five to seven in the evening (as is the Gulf Fisheries Co., received small government in the lower Mexican i GET INSURANCE ,'
he is in mood
dew Ev A sccated! Press. now ambassador Trance at Madrid attempted done in my office,) no court and it is reported that the decision -
c' \ork. Nov 27.-In the trial of and formerly ambassador at Washington Orris Bryan, mentally or physically to do any consolation from the state department Is likely be sustained in the Philadelphia! Xov. 27.-Bridget ,. t

and(rge Burnham Jr., vice president will be transferred toViennaas the center of studying, as all good post office clerks to-day when they called to protest higher court and vessel confiscated.The Carey: wa3 arrested tonight charged f.

''rye general counsel) of the Mutual Re- soon as the present Francd-;:;panish 20, two days must. against the Mexican: government In evidence before the state depart with killing five persons to secure the f

61etr,1 Insurance Co., the jury -rfas com negotiations regarding Morocco are:sentenced to "If we have good made postal for service,- seizing several of the company's boats ment indicates that the Mexican government -insurance on their lives. Her husband ,

t1t J t o-day. The prosecution made completed, and that M. George Ley- :ment provision must be reasonable systematic hoursof for fishing withinthe three mile limit was warranted in making the. and two children are among the afc E"f I
of of the colonies will sault is study as well as .
; address charging larceny I gues, ex-minster salaries." prohibited by Mexico. seizure. leged victtas. ,
0seventy-five hundred dollars. succeed M. Cambon at Madrid. ,will be tried work and adequate t

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1 II; -SECRETARY- JONES-GIVES" I. Hood'sSarsapariHa 11 [" ; ; '.jlj Tonic After Typhoid

1 VIEWS ON STATE FAIR I is unquestionably : 1'J I IwijicT Kingston Mra.. Evelyn N. Y.. B.tells Barnard how Djf, u

: the greatest Wood and -- fys Pure Malt Whiskey trans!

, people responded so liberally to the liver medfcine known. It* ,.......'..... ...............t...................... 1: formed her from weakness j int.

T While in Jacksonville on His needs of the sufferers that after relieving -I < strength after a terrible nine
and permanently
every case of real want the :S-' weeks' siege of typhoid fever

t i : Return from the Tampa relief committee was confronted last cures every humor fromPimples _'- k -' She regards this medicine as i

r week with the proposition of distribu- to Scrofula. H is life saver for her. The follow

I I Exposition.TIMESUNION tion among the several organized \ ing are her own words:
:charities of the city a residue of some the Best*
J2.750. -I repnt'Dd'1'* Pure Malt VViey
I Lfe-sarer for we. I had been 2cource
I Blood Medicine. d; ;a
t PUBLISHES INTER "There is a steady but healthy 4 \ :-.. r weeks m tae CitTs, HoSptt 1r tJI tile
boom on in every line In Per.-acola tJpboid fner. When 1u discharjQ1
__ ___ __ "
: i was very WCM aaa
ccratt t *
and within n
! VIEW WITH THE LOCAL. SECRETARY the coming two years stand ca lay r I k4 read to ttnS 1
I Pensacola will be the best sewered DEATH TO RATS. ; 'y your iwdicine and Its e 1IRS kthktreIT iwci |2
: ; IN WHICH HE ALSO best paved and most prosperous city- rive it a fair triaL I bor.ies
4. tie t_ wetfa I
start: rn WM ue JJ
next to Jacksonville of course in the Stearns' Electric Paste Will Surely $ trie without tine
PRAISES PENSACOLA AND THE :: if' half a !*, and I can tn,
i -
state of Florida. Exterminate Them. -.'.. ) and! truly cay U land me free a rebus*.. I
"We are now spending 'than a still keep rt in the !bocse. ut n the
more ri.
FUTUREOFTHECITY. Nothing else equals Stearns Electric -
medicine to 1I&YIatoi
-r-:1: good u a
: ;
million dollars there in public im- Rat and Roach Paste: as a sare : ia any kind of rfckae-J.; :; I bops.roll .,11
-- pro,ements" exterminator. -- ,'. : ii lish tbis. t1 at en Y mow Yh-tt to
a medicine that rullT.'lu' such
;: The Jacksonville Times,Union of recent It is easy to use and contains a peculiar very truly Mis. EV.u.yy B. BAR..n.T".'
date contained the following in ALWAYS WAS SICK. chemical that creates such a J- lRS-, EVELYN Be BAR."qAlU fitnifon ,xingtcn,N.Ti'Dtiffy's Ott. 6\;
When a man says he always was
thrist that rats and mice _
W. C. Jones
I terrlew with Secretary secured sick-troubled with a cough that who eat it rush out of the house in _
of the Chamber of Commerce Pure Malt'
lasted all winter-what would you
search of water and dead.
are soon
in that city
from him while he was f
sick usingBallard's :
sar-he: never was since It also' kills off cockroaches water- ;
where he
en route home from Tampa. Horehound Syrup. Such bugs, bedbugs and .all vermin.Stearns' ,- '1 It Is recopite4 everywhere as the unfailing lpecUic for the cure of typhoid ,
attended the state fair: I 4 --' ,cholera morbus stomach ache,congebtioc failgPI
can exists. a'i dysentery.diarrhoea SVD6troke.hnrt
Electric Paste is sold
Yes, I am cne of the 'boosters' of; Mr J. C. Clark. Denver, 13It* a- tztJ"t fainting,weak stocach malar-a chills,feversprostradon theb1lE.dred ud OIItiI".r:,
everywhere or sent prepaid on receipt C : All can be cured nd"pweii ed by taking a teupooaf1al of Dllffrl l'1IreWhiske '
the Florida state fair-111 reality, I am writes "For years I was troubled of price. 2 oz. box 25c, 16 oz. __ __ In each glaM ol water yes drink. It
an enthusiast on the subject. The all winter. This cough left me in a will destroy the germs. It'3 absolutely pure RE..o ,.
Stearns' Electric Paste Co.. .t
-D a
$1.00. t : and con'doctors'taion no facet oil. It U prescribed by y .a v
Pensacola Chamber of Commerce, miserable condition. I tri d Ballard'sHorehound III -'- is used in all oft neleadramme
Buffalo, N. Y., (formerly Chicago, ) '- -- of alt schools, %
which by the way, is one of the) 'hvest Syrup and have not had a : big hospitals of the world, and U the omly ? I
wires' and most up-to-date commercial sick day since. That's- what it did whiskey recognized as* medicine. Medical 8 V.'
and valuable booklet on diseases
adrice .
-- bodies In the state of Florida sent! for me." Sold by all druggists. 't cent free. ..
me to Tampa to take dots on how to, a a
run a fair' (you know Ptnsacolj. encouraged Jackson luxury.Square For Coffee-a sale by all New leading Orleans AFFAIRS AT Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is sold 2 -

as she is at the success of giocers I, 2 and 4 pound air tight N by al first-class druggists and grocers < p,
:; her recent horse show) is figuring on tins 23c, tOe and $100 't_ _t.$' k or direct In sealed bottles only. "

t' a big event in the line of horse shows:' c Price 100. See that the "Old ,
. for next fall supplemented, by a fair *_ _
feature Homecooked.Thanksgiv THE NATIONAL t ; Chemist" trade.markison the label.

"The state fair is a decided credit ing: Dinner at the Southern ls* Look for It carefully,and refuse sub- .. .
: V> all Florida; and certainly its suc- Hotel. You are invited.K. $ k 4't '*. e'j stitutes. It wili cure"you after aM 7> --

-- tess and completeness! is most impressive -j p : t4 other remedies have failed. Duffy 11 #
of the enterprise and 4f '!'-r:!'! fiP-" ?'* *** JV? 5? **5i!!
on Co. Rochester. N. Y.
OF P. ENDOWMENTRANK fx \ t Malt Wkiskey, ,
CAPITAl t ** i
of its management:
-: progressiveness f# *-vXv-yssrCT>lt: 'A *Si3iA ioV
-: ind the citizens of Tampa gTierailr"Jacksonville MEETINGA N. COLORING DISTRIBUTER.
: ,
is the g'Cgraphicall
Center of Florida, and I have often' meeting of the Endowment Rank, -' -
- ,- wondered why the state fair was not i K. of P.r will be held Tuesday, Dec.'4, --. ,
at 7 sharP. for'the of Postmaster General ThinksHe
established here, bet 1 fear such a i p. m. purpose
thing is too late .no A.. unless Tampa. electing officers and considering other

with her proposed Idhmian exposition! business. H. HORSLER, Presiding Should elect Build- ". G. DeSILVA & COMPANY
for 190S Is too busy next fall to undertake
} : it .. I i NOT %7t.MANY.J. D. GOSS Secretary. ing Sites for Offices. Miss Lillian Corbin, In "The Virginian," Next Saturday.The .

. Growth cf Jacksonville.

;, :- "Speaking of Jacksonville: said Mr.j Jewell Kelly Stock Co. "The Virginian." I Building Material
;- Jones. "it is. of course impossible for At the housa next Saturday ,
STORES 'Senator Warren Does It is with pleas are the amusement opera
. yoa people who live,here all the while] .Not the night we are to be given an opportunity L Shingles and Slate for Roofing
.1 to fully realize or appreciate the loving public announcement to see the dramatization of Owen ,

: strides Which your city is making; but ARE TO CLOSE Favor Any Immediate of Mr. Jewel Kelley Wister's story The Virginian" Dus- Patent Plaster Store Fittings

j it is a fact that there is no city in and his popular Stock Company, tin Farnum who originated the title ,

1 the entire south which has enjoyed Tariff Revision.MEN which will appear at the Pensa- role, will head the Kirka La Shelle
;f_ the really phenomenal growth and cola opera house for two nights and acting company, and we are promiseda w Everything for House Building

:i progress which Jacksonville has durin -TOMORROW IN OBSERVANCE OF one matinee starting Thanksgiving delightful performance. This playof

I ;the past three or four >ears It is MEASURES, AND CONDITIONS matinee and night. the pioneer West has been ad- I and 1 Repairs.
I really a fact that one must visit your THANKSGIVING AND TO "Little Lord Fauntleroy." a play Judged one of the best stage portrayals .

city every few months to be able to GIVE CLERKS A HOLI- DISCUSSED BY THE made famous by;'. one, of America's of the cattle country in the days

-. locate ones self when one ventures JOURNAL'S SPECIAL WASHINGTON youngest actors will be theoffering when cattle,.raising was the chief In-
off Bay street DAY. at the matinee, and "Tracey, the dustry. From the first to the last scene one of the requirements of i 1-

"Pensacolaell.. you are on a CORRESPONDENT-oPPOR. Outlaw" at night which is one of the the play teems with western ranch Clean I Clothes I I will always be clean it rs

subject,'now that is really very close -- best plays ever offered by a popular 'atmosphere; there Is a well of humor them to

.'_ to me-one' in reality in which I be. Many of the ,stores and business TUNITIES IN ECUADOR.BY price attraction. All the special I to cause laughter a most magnetic The New Method Laundry, ,

Y Jieve all Floridians ,are deeply interested houses of the city are to be closed WILLIAM WOLFF SMITH. scenery is carried by the company i touch of love and scene of almost PHONE JI88 E. W. LAW R ENe E. Pro p. hew Vetiud laintfrf BM* W. KHUU>:

Pensacola. the.deep water port throughout to-morrow.. Thanksgiving Washington, D. C., ,Nov., 26.-The and each play will be given a grand ,painful thrill Few dramatizations on AGENTS WANTED.
of the entire kilt oT :Mexico Pensa thus giving the salesmen and ,employees Post elaborate scenitft, production. Seats I the stage to-day more,closely follow
.. cola is now' and, has been-,for the-past -a holiday: Those who 'have master suggestion General
; two years, more prosperous than she signed the agreement to close during of postoffice sites and the architecture performances will go on sale Wednesday I plot in such an absorbingly Interesting -
has ever been in her history. the day are as follows of the building to be erected -I at 9 a. m. At Coe's Book Store manner.
'" Pensacola Was Prepared. Riera Shoe Co, W. J. & B. Forbes thereon should be under the direc-
"The hurricane of September 27 last Louis: Friedman & Co., White & NixlB. tion of the postmaster general In- I- Buy Thanksgiving Furniture \

: was of course, a terrific affair and Gerson, Standard Clothing Comany. -: stead of the treasury department has ials are given consideration. Before JanuaryH.: to formulate plans to In-

..,. the havoc of it was almost incalcula- ]> Mansion & Quina, T. H. Lannon attracted much attention in cities to the plans for a federal building are crease American commerce with foreign -
blew but from the fact as just stated & Co. William Johnson & Son. Wat- be provided with public buildings under accepted they are passed upon and countries. The governors of all Christmas Not Far Off.
business has been at the highest ebb son Parker &. Reese Co., Prickett the recent public building act. It approved by a commission consisting the states have been requested to :

there during the past two or three Gerson &.Gardner, W. M. Falk, P. is true that some years ago a number of the secretary of the treasury, postmaster send ten delegates each. The pointis

C: :5ears. Pensacola was prepared for it Stone, N. G. Forschiemer F. E. Braw. of buildings were erected which general and the secretary of made by the committee that the i i

..: or any similar catastrophe and there ner and Pensacola Shoe Parlors. might well be termed monstrosities the interior. obstacles which have hampered efforts Make the dining room the most attractive in the
: New Wireless Company. to develop our commerce are
: scarcely remains a reminder of the which were not suited to the needs of I
storm there to-day. PILES CORED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. postoffices; but those now in course Italy will be represented on the plainly-evident, and that they shouldbe home-it's usually the living room in most homes, :i
"Do you know we not only did not PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to of construction from plans prepared board of directors of the new United removed at the earliest possible
cure any ease of Itching Blind. Bleedingor Wireless Telegraph Company formedto moment if we are to attain preeminence and most of time is there. Get
solicit outside aid for the relief of ProtrudIng Piles In C to 14 days or under the present architect James i your spent a Sidei i
take DeForest and Mar instead of remaining in the
our destitute but declined several nionfy refunded. 50c Knox Taylor, are not only more pure qjerthe
thousand voluntarily proffered ns* O ir in design than those of former years, coni interests, by Hon. Giovanni del'rear in the struggle with Europe for 0 board, Extension Dining Table, China Closet, Chairs. i
: : 11I
: ", &It but they are being ouilt to meet the Principe del Drago. The Prince del commercial supremacy. The committee them
have beauties
-- McKINNONVILLE. III demands for which they are intended Drago is a friend and countryman of feels that whatever means are We too, at money-saving pri- t
[ the Marconi whose name is inseparably adopted must be based on the recognition i :
and not solely pleasing eye. ces. Sideboards $15 to $65, Extension Tables $0(i ,"
For Bronchitis : : :::. : : :: : :: :: : ::. : : :: :: : :: :: : II But it is not so much the style of .connected with wireless telegraphy. of economic conditions now existing -
i -- building that Mr.' Hitchcock criticisesas '1 am glad to be connected with an in order to be effective. Secretary $25, China Closets $18 to $75, Chairs $1 to $5.MARSTON&QUIrIA. :
Special to The Journal. the selections of locations for the enterprise which promises to accomplish Root will address the meeting. .
"I McKinnonville, Xovl| 27.-Rer! J. O buildings. The burden of his song so much in a field where my Opportunities in Ecuador.

; Lawrence was here Saturday visiting I is that the treasury department, in a compatriot Mr. Marconi, has been so Senor Louis Caroo minister of the
: his flock and on account of two ser- prominent" said the prince to the
It ? majority of cases, selects sites too United States from Ecuador says
\ vices at Pleasant Grove Sunday was far from the railroad stations, thereby writer recently. "I consider the possibilities there are great opportunities for I
unable to fill his appointment here but 'of wireless have scarcely ,
[ i increasing the costof handlingthe young men of America in the vast
IJ if sent back another year will be withus maIs. He would place the post- been developed as yet. New inventions mineral and engineering industries of .

..f., again on his regular appointmentnext office of every city within eighty rods are coming out all the time, and Ecuador. "South America offers 108/110 S,.Palafox.St Phone 149 Pensaeola, Fla. .
month. of the ,railroad station and put the what has been done will doubtless be more alluring opportunities to young : :

tt. Masters Durward Johnson and Will cost of transportation of the mails'to far surpassed in the f ture." men than any other region in the ........... .................................. ...
Evans went to Molino Thursday. and from the depot. on the railroad Prince del Drago is a nobleman of world". he said recently. He thus """!
Mr., \\illiams of. near Enon. .was company. means and. although a young man, paints the southern continent. "Vast

IIi here Thursday.Mr. In discussing with your correspond is of considerable scientific attainments mineral deposits and great areas of -
Alex. McKinnon: of Muscogee, ent. Mr. Hitchcock's declaration, a He is widely traveled and valauble timber land await the coming -

i was here Thursday. high official of the treasury department will spend some, months in,.this'coun- of capital and energy that mrst
Mr. Graham of Atmore. was here try. At present he is stopping at the
explained how that departmentwent convert them into private fortunes
;1 Friday getting orders for a Chicago about the work of' selecting a Waldorf-Astoria. In New York, await- Already many tho I*and Americans DO YOU KNOWthat

H portrait company and had samples of site the agents were instructed to ing the arrival of his mother, when ad Eunropeans are engaroi: in the
very fine woik. consider before' making their reports. they will come to Washington for the exploitation of Ecuador's natural -'
i i TAKE VINOL I Mr. II. P. Hrannan, of Pleasant said he "the season as the guests of Baron Edmon. -
MIn the first place, riches- and there is i stead !i3uz: of ,
Grove, was in Muscogee Friday. agent learns through observation do Mayor des Planches, the Jtalian capital and immigrants. Ecuador 'Is '
j tl'
r it heals the bronchial tubes Mr 'Uilliam Keetan, of Boon, was I'1 what portion of'the town Is most frequented Ambassador. Baron Planches recently quite free from thoa political disturbances and
I in town Saturday citizens-what streetsare purchased. on behalf of his government that a satisfied
the which
by served
: to: make investments -
; and remedies the coughFor I ?Ir. Ro t. McKinnon and George the handsome residence of Mrs. :-
mostly traversed by the people. of capital so unsafe in well-dressed feen ...
1,1\ 1 Pensacola to
centuries cod Locke left Sunday for of the late
fashioned He then finds the center of business Phoebe Hearst widow many Southern countries. It is true
liver oil has been prescribed by i'hy- attend couit.A I and if a proposal 'for'a' site in that Senator Hearst of California. that armed conflicts occur there, and t ways goes with ,1111., : ol
,;: slcians the world over for coughs I Ir. C. M. arkin. t>f Molino, was a Tariff Revision. ,
< part of the city is' on his list he are widely circulated in this country our celebrated
bronchitis weak IUBCJ and tNitoi( here .,unda)'. Senator Warren, of Wyoming sees
II consumption examines it thoroughly as. to water as revolutions, but their seriousness
"- but many could net take it on I.I .\ iittiiiber. of persons from here at- accommodations foundations etc., after no reason for an immediate revisionof may compared with what would
t account of the useless *a tr, fishy oil te" U.I services at Pleasant Grove which he measures the distanceto the tariff and does not think it will here be termed a riot. Ecuador has

I t'- which enveloped the medicinal curatives -I,Sunday. the railroad ,station. Public sentiment .. come in the near future. -4 Conditionsmay three distinct climates low aud hot : SterlingBrand
r and it often failed to help th08e I I. M.<\is llama. Ruth and Master is also taken into consideration-, change during the next year or near the coast, where all p'ant life
; who could take It because it upset the LasLej- tiemlng came back Saturday as well as the probable direction of so," said he, while here this week "as peculiar to the tropics flourishes' in ,
!I land lndafrom Roberts, where they make revision undesirable. There Y
stomach. to
.the growth of the town. In mostcases great abundance. Farther back are
Anyone can take the Hklous cod i au att3! ,school.Mr unknown the may be a decrease in the cost of livIng the
for snow-covered Andes
I I some reason and large
CJ. A, Lynch, of Enon was a
liver preparation Vinci, which contains city is built up toward the northwest without any corresponding declinein crops of wheat are produced In the .
all the medicinal curatives and 1 II visitor in our town Saturday. the I 1 so the inspector considers where the wages of laborers. At the present high table land back from the coast. -t SUITS
: body-buildins elements of cod liver! Hits Midred McKinnon ues,on business center will be located in the time wages'are constantly being increased
oil actually taken from fresh codVlivers sick list a'few ras-1ast week., I future, and acts accordingly. It is In every line of work and ----- --,----

L- lut no oil or grease, and I Master Mile (1n {JrwQd. of .Enon,t.[not an easy matter to please every- there is no sign of financial depres- IN OLDEN TIMES ;, The style, comfort, workmanship -
1 wherever old.fashioned cod liver oil.: was in McKiniumnlV Monday.I ;body and the selection ,of,a site fora sion or of want in any part of the ,, "
ja or emulsions" would dj pool. Yinol I We are havri lg deizgntful balmy : ft bLc building Is. oneS of the most country. Why change the tariff when People Were Content Take'Things and durability

i will do far more rood for all bronchial I 1weather-ncweiid everybody who. has thankless Jr hs=: I know of." everybody is so prosperous!" Easier Than Now. this line of clothing ha-
ji. and lung; troubles. any cane is;nuMns'aymp, The ri *oi\c department Is always Religion in England.'; If our forefathers could behold the othi"
I Upon the approach of Tr-ink'gving! A. Unwin. I.idon manufacturer I i! been surpassed by no
\\'e ask every person In Pen!acolasuffering : consulted regarding these matters Edgar a modern lc.<'omtlves, automobiles and
t from chronic colds. coughs,,i we are retniudsd' of the scarcity- and.- andanysuigcstiiThs-made by its ofLc- sari the English! people are{electric CITS. they would hold up their '; : line.

bronchitis or weak lungs to try \i I high price' of turkeys'SUNDAY : __ -- ,-. ..- .- -' --- --. 'more religious; than those of the I'nl-:hands in astonishment. j -t '
ted Mat*. "Over h're: the middleclasses The stage coach The fall and winter p;<
,- nol on our guarantee W. II White &. eEciJiE; : oilTHANKSGIVING was fast enough .
;i Co., Dru sts.otWhile. DAY. do not attend cturcb en Sunday .tbn-peopl as they used to," he sa-'J, "and take things '
!1 we are sole agents fort ? .
Coffee !little interest Is taken in religious i, They used to be satisfied with counters in our up-to\\n
Vinol in Pensacola. it is now for sale j The Pensacola Electric Co.. will ruu 1 any 1
I controversy. It Is looked upon by I jscrt of. a hair" lotion that came along : 9 and
ii at the leading drug store In nearly I a Sunday schedule on the dummy ( think store, Brent Building,
Pr- every town and city In the country. line Thanksgiving; Day and the 'rcgu-: hurts you Americans as immaterial.dollar.They*- It is -If It did not prevent Baldness they '. 4. 11 south Palafox street V"cwill
Look for the Vinol i I more of the almighty {thought was because Baldness could ,,
agencyIn7 lar rate will win
jour. prevail Trains i possible Mr. Unwin confounds mere I I not be prevented. 11 .Il!
show \
town. "I leave Cut It Out'THERES be glad to
the city for Barrancas at 7:1;; It's '
church attendance deep religious different
i now. People know that '
and 9-:50 a. ra.. and Hoar af t r ? bu rir
i every REASON"" I the line whether
FASTIDIOiISWOMEPF .j A feelIng. germs cause Baldness and that you
nooa from 1 o'clock to 6 o'clock !aclusively.
I Expanding Foreign Trade. "Newbro's HerpIeMe kills the germ, ;*-s not.
consider Paxtine .
Toilet Antiseptic FORPOSTUM WItH a view of expanding: the foreign thus curing Dandruff and preventing
necessity in the hygienic care of the trade of the United States..a Baldn s. :
person and for local treatment of Cullom's h--d.' I meeting of the representatives of national For sale by W. A.
tt feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing, Phoenix. Ariz. -Nc.v. 27.-Shelby M.! state and local associations Interested druggist and apothecary 121 south V/m.Johnson&Son/

y gernucidal deodorizing and healing Cullom, clerk cf the Arizona supreme in commerce has been called I Palafox street or send lOc. in stampsfor
qualitiesare extraordinary. For sale court and a nephew of Senator Cul :
at Druggists. Sample free. Address lom of Illinois, died here yesterday of by a committee of the NewYork sample to The Herpiclde Co.. Detroit ursulil'; The Big Store.hi .
1 in Washington Mich.
board of trade to meet
The R. He 33 old. -
-: Paxton Co. Boston Mass. consumption. was years -

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ONLY. ONE If you re too busy i it : ". .' 7 1

i BUSY DAY to call, we'll send i. ARRJYES r FOR R RC ft -C NTtNUE5 t'of woman's. worst ti:. .aficti ons.' It always. leaves ff

: iY" you sample) Suits.Here's 3nowd,1 you weaker. and is sure to shorten yourlife and make -1Z ,

.t-. .----- 2. C COTTON N NWill HERE your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Cardui andit =

: the best I will help to relieve your misery, regulate your func- :

a '-' there. i1rhE tions, make you well, beautiful and l strong. It i is a reliable 14 =1
i is for

Men i if Carry Cargo? of About And Unless There is ChangeAt remedy for dragging down pains, backache, headache -

z f and Boys'. wear for i 10,500 Bales from This An Early Date All nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness t


r ':1. >. / 'six days of the, : Port. Records Will Be fainting spells, and similar troubles.' A safe and efficient ,. .

j i df t Iii,, week. Sunday and Y I which The British has been steamer due for Cayo a: couple Largo of Broken.High medicine for all women's pains and sickness. ;

J. L
days reached port yesterday, coming BrQadhead of ,Clanton, Ala. writes; "I have
from Tampico and will load temperatures continue to prevail
! \ Holidays.. I!Iof about 10,500 bales of cotton. by cargo the in Pensacola and the long run of used Cardui for my disease, which was one peculiar to -1 1F4
Gulf Transit Company warm days so late in the season is be-

;\ --..,;. .. On ooard the steamer' 'are the mas- IDEOFTE coming somewhat remarkable. Unless women, and it has completely cured me." :'
! ter and two members of the crew of there Is a change in the near future
1;,, If you need any i iI a wrecked American .schooner who there will be some new records established -

. ,/ I r were sent to this port from Tampicoby Made, Under U.S. in weather conditions. in AT ALL DRUG STORES IN $1.00 BOTTLESt "
the American consul there, their Pensacola and this year has already ,
E I # extra fixings for i iI vessel having been wrecked some ,N Government I Inspection ., done much towards that end.

' .,_., .1i.: time since near Coatzacoalcos.The Yesterday's record of a maximum
arrival of the Ca>o Largo and temperature of 78 degrees lacked only WRITE USA UTTER WINE '

Thanksgiving, come i the fact that another steamer is now TheSouth Cotton Oil two degrees of being the warmest describingfuilyall your symptoms n.4
"" due for a cotton cargo caused renewed ellf 1 Compmrf month for so late In November In the and we will sm4 you Free Advice CARDUI ,, .
activity on the Louisvills & Nashville history the weather and but in plain stale envelope. lades'MV"ory
bureau .
Dept The Chattanooga
I see our Neckwear, i wharves yesterday afternoon. as the for for this one record would have: Medicine Ox. Qiatunoofa. Twin. OFNERVOUS F i
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BEFORETHANKSGIVING company is already engaged in loading been the warmest on record. The I I I 1r

Hosiery Fancy Vests i the a steamer cargo of Lord about Stanmore 14,000 bales which on temperature during the past ten days I
I or two weeks with one exception,
. only recently'arrived..and there will MEETING OF r THE has been ranging from 70 to 78 de-
be a rush in handling the fleecy staple -
: an4 Gloves. :I during the next few weeks, as there grees each day. i.
Only one frost has been recorded
. is an immense amount of cotton to be as
. moved from the warehouses. forming this year, and throughout November
.. o The Gulf Transit Company is in CITY COUNCil the temperatures have been
: hopes that a sufficient number of baj- exceptionally high. r.

I men will. appear on the wharves to The records show that the coldest 4F1we9\\
i it handle the work during the rush and 27th of November occurred in 1903,
STAJIDARDOTHII1G-m thus obviate ,the necessity of sendingto when the naximum registered 45 de- ,
Savannah for labor.DeFUNIAK. TONIGHTMatters grees and the minimum 28 degrees.

t ; i .=: : : : : : C III! 't AND t

D : : : : : of Importance WillI' *

Special to The Journal, fM a ?: Hif i
TOWEL SUPPLY.. DeFuniak Be ConsideredYBody That housework is a tax your-endurance
DAILY Nov. 27-uesday morn- Hope He'll Get It. IF your upon S

...RUNY AN'S ROLLERS... ing at eight o'clock Mr. Philip Drake I Old Professor Allen who ranges or jfyour office hours are long and severe,
A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY. MUCH INTEREST and Miss Jennie Beatty were marriedat at Regular over around Pensacola and who can
SI,00 PER MONTH. the home of the bride's mother, the out-fiddle any man In West Florida your dutY to the family demands that yottlOO
Phone 848-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN. Rev. J. E. Xorthcutt officiating. The Acme ialt Tonic. When allow
Pensacola. Florida. Session. if you'll cut out the modern frills you yfoCir Way

morning young couple train left where for the Geneva bridegroomis on the has applied to Andrew Carnegie for to remain in a weakened! state, you let down ; :. ''
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an annuity and we hope he'll get It. :
TURTON & BELL. IIN THE GAMETOMORROW engaged in business. f Fiddling Is the least of his merits- the ira ?'o dli kinds'of disease. Germsvgpnafootfcolcbeasily '
It is The regular session of the city
that the
expected Rev. C. L.
SINCE I87X a mere ornament on the solid surfaceof in '
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. Neal ef McKenzie. will be called to council will be held tonight and as his character and achievementsfor sijch a S.steIland you-shouH '

the pastorate of the Baptist churchin there are few- if any of the members he has been helping to educate fortify yourself with this srSendra. vegetable -'. :
place of Rev. Rev. Dr. Thompsonwho absent from the city it is anticipatedthat the boys and girls of Florida and Alabama '
tonic which gives the strength to resist and to
SPECIAL PRICES IN went to his new charge at Do- there will be almost-- a full attend- for fifty-six and now in his t
years .2
CUT GLASS AND HOLIDAY JEWELRYW. than Ala., last week. ance of aldermen. of- 79th year he Is surely entitled to overcome troubles which would otherwise be .
At the union service Thanksigiving Several matters importance are freedom from the harness and good in their ultimate '
218 s. a development. '
A. Gahlenbeck Pala'ox St. dangerous
day, which will be held in the Pres- to be considered by 'the aldermen in pasture for the rest of his life. The ;
byterian church the Rev. J. E. North addition to receiving the monthly reports is fine old who
Between the P. C. S. and P. of officers which are always professor a gentleman Jit All Direct From the .
COTTRELL cutt of the M. E. church will preach.: has done much good In his time andif Drugstores, or Brewery
made at the last l meeting in the
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. In the absence of the Rev. Dr. Baker Mr. Carnegie is really handing out Made by Acme Brewing Co., Macon. Co.
Pensacola. Fla. H. S. Football Teams. who is attending conference, Dr. month. Among the reports will prob-- annuities to his venerable fellowcitizens -
W. H. Thomas preached at the M ably be one from the'Board of Worksas who need them and can show
E. church to what available building can be
North last Sunday.
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Crowd exceptional he should tpt
Big Expected. deserts respond
Mrs. C. Cox of Bonifay spent partof used as a police station and city hall
favorably to the professor's application -
DR. ALICE W. HERMAN, last week in town. during the time the, present buildingis
which he is endorsed :
: says by
CHIROPODIST.. Dr. C. J. Wood and daughter, of. being torn away And ',the new one w a
is being shown,by the Governor Broward Congressman Lamar -
Room 3C1, Brent Building 3d Floor. Centerville Indiana arrived here under construction, and lovers of football in the game tomorrow and other prominent officials.
IT corns, bunIons. Ingrowing nails res' the Bond Trustees will also have
ed scientifically without pain. Manicuring between the P. C. S. and P. ,H Steams Monday And if :Mr. Carnegie happens to have
something to report regarding the new
a specialty :24octlm! than has been exhibited in any Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scott of New another annuity in his pocket which
in Pensacola for and the York, are here for the winter. building which is to be erected on the he wants to of, tell I :r. H HOF l
game years dispose we can TRIAL OF
L___ __ __ approaching contest is now almost the Mrs. M, Wittsee and Mrs. Blanch site of the old one as well as other him of another good old man who DUBOSE SPECIAL TRAIN jfj
matters coming under the direction.of
Calhoun from Indiana arrived here
R. K. WHITE sole topic of conversation where any would rise up and call him blessed on '
itctimaker.Manufacturing Jeweler,and GraduateCpt of the students of the two schools Saturday, and are located for the. that board. proper provocation. Address X, care NOW UNDER WAY PRISONERS ',f' :
winter in one of Mr.' Colver's cottages
gather. The greatest interest has thIs: office.-Live Oak DemocratThe
:cian.30\ S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. L. & N. CASE ISSTILLIN _
heretofore been shown when a visit- :* ;

------ ing team came tp the city Taut on Capt. W. W. Flournoy has been in ; COURTJudge English Way. By Associated Press 1 .1
I this occasion itt is just the reverse Pensacola the past week as leading Prof. I. E. Allen of Escambia county Birmingham, Nov. 27.The takingof : BOUND FOR FEDERAL PRISON IN

Tersely Told owing to the rivalry between the counsel for the defense in the peonagecase. Laney Is still hearing evidence -I has been laboring in the schoolroom testimony began to-day In the trial i ;
teams of the two schools and their for more than sixty years and of Gordon Dnbose former president of I ATLANTA FROM NATIONAL .
At the last of the Ladies and considing the case of Foreman I in his
followers. meeting now eightieth year appeals to the defunct National Bank of Ensley.:
,\ f. business of the Louisville & :
Hardee a prominent Haskell. I .
Both elevens in conditionand Library Association money was appropriated that great American philanthropist CAPITAL.A :
are good who is charged with misappropriating:
n, of Milton In the city yester Nashville who was in charge of a
au was
for the
of Mr. for -t
purchase new Andrew Carnegie an annuity.
for the which t
prepared bank
game forty thousand dollars of the
0; \ on a short business visit. books. train which backed into a street car This reminds that the state should I '
will decide the championship of the funds, which it is alleged were lost in :
last Saturday and is probable that < I
t1. U, Robinson president of the season and if the weather is fair there There will be a tennis and croquet give these faithful servants an anuity cotton speculation. Cashier Eubank By Associated Press. ;
.\'hand t' Compress Co., owners of the should be a big attendance at Palmetto tournament Thanksgiving afternoon, he tomorrow will come the to a decision to-day or and not embarrass them in 'seeking was the principal witness to-day. j I Washington Nov 27.-A special 1. ::1 f fI
in casee.The j
Ural cotton compress, is in the city Beach when the whistle blows for the players being the associate mem- charity at the hands of strangers. {train of five coaches left here this l;i ; 1
which the railroad
point peopleare
bers of the T. I. A. Prizes will be sets in i
England a splendid example
from Atlanta, on business connected I the first half of the deciding battle. Greatest of All Cacti.The afternoon for Atlanta with eighty. _
endeavoring to show Is that the
vith local Many of the stores of the city are given the successful contestants. this respect. To those of her citizens well the seven federal prisoners and fortyI I 1. 4
the plant. slack of the train was sufficient to greatest as as
I to be closed througuout the day In The play entitled "Brother Josiah"which who have distinguished themselves In seven guards en route to the federal t
back into the and it to of all cacti Is the "soap weed
car damage |
death "j
In the article referring to the observance of thus affording was to have been given at the literary and scientific pursuits she '
Thanksgiving prison. The prisoners,were assembled .
el>t !the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. all an opportunity of seeingthe Tabernacle this week by the T. L A. the extent it did, and,that the enginedid provides for them generously in their which grows wherever cacti grow and from various! state penitentiaries, i
is not back down upon the car. It shall have which man's only friend In the great
1 G \niestra the name was givenas indefinitely postponed. old age. a man given -
game. handcuffed pairs and each i'
Elizabeth. It shoaid have been Little Stephen Allen youngest son is understood that a train will be sixty years of his life to the state .southwestern deserts of the United pair ;
F" nns Elizabeth. ORDERED FIRED of Mr. and :Mrs. T. A. Cawthon, died made up for the benefit of the judge whether in the school room pulpit States and In Mexico. It furnishes always given double seat The train will,. I 1
so that he can ascertain the amountof reach Atlanta at noon to-morrow. <
Monday from croup, and was buried editorial chair or any public office In a quantity of water when cut. : f ..
Forty-fhe cases were before Recorder BY PRESIDENT Tuesday morning. The untimely the slack,movement as a train military or civil life author Inventor I As its name Indicates It can be manu Splendid Gala. l .:
Laney in the municipal court yes- death of the little is comes to a stop. he has '
scientific investigator
one deeply regretted or per
factured into a soap, perhaps the least Hobson-How did 3 tfr alkaline ever made even thoughthe ; ? Had !
soap summer trip Bagley Bagley a ;
rum.'r two defendants were discharged Roosevelt has directed the dismissalof Mrs. Matilda North who had beenill i and should be liberally cared for by '
five Noah B. K. United for I weed itself may grow in the centerof delightful time; gained 130 pounds. :
twelve cases continued Pettinghlll seme months, passed away tie state in his old age. The United
fuses nol prossed and fines amountingto States District Attorney for Porto early Friday morning. The Rev. John States and the states should provide I 1 an alkali desert. Beer Is brewed Uobson-One hundred and thirty '! t
$1\:i i imposed. Rico. The charge was entering suit Stanley Thomas performed the funeral for those who have done so much for from it, the Indians make a hemplikefiber pounds I don't believe It! Bagley : I : .
against a government official alleging rites, read in the Episcopal burial HeartPalpitation their country. We have now labored from it, and horses and men can Don't you? Well, here It comes down 1 : ,.
E l;. launders & Co., who have gross misconduct In office. service in St. Agatha's church of for more than forty years and whenwe I eat parts of it If the spines are cut the street. Just wait a mount, and ., ".1' !

B/untained: an office in the Kejstr which :Mrs. North was an active mem shall have labored twenty years away; also when it shoots up Its one Til Introduce you. J 1 "
Gilding, on Palafox street since the Jfo Birch Rod Tfow. ber. The sympathy of the community longer we shall feel that we have great arm skyward if.tops that arm :9OTerbearcila

fcurricane, yesterday moved back into I "The road to knowledge nowadays" !is with her daughter. Miss )Minne and earned a rest and if needs be at the ; with one of the most gorgeous flowers the Art Gallery "I

the old offices, which have been repaired said the first old schoolmaster "is sister Mrs. Judge Reeves. public expense. When a man shall :L In the world.-Argonaut. ; They were making the usual roumjf f '
and rebuilt The work upon. too swift and too easy. It's a regularulroad. I Indigestion causes the stomach have borne arms in his country's defense I! of exhibitions. t, i'
the building however, has not been ." FRENCH SQUADRON to swell performed all the duties of civil :
and "
':? expand- puff up New England Argnmeats.To Oh, he exclaimed, "do loot at that
mmpleted but is progressing satisfactorily "Yes," agreed the other old pedagogue OFF FOR TANGIER against the heart This crowds life, reared a family and contributed argue Is as necessary to a New beautiful Apollo Belvedere .. I
I of his toil to the general
"and It's a railroad with fewer j the heart and interferes with welfare sixty years why is he not entitled to a Englander as to eat and to'sleep. By "Sh!" she returned. "Don't say "dear! ; g

A cause for thanksgiving-that you switches than are necessary."-Philadelphia ,I .By Associated PressToulon. its action causing: shortness of bounty at the hands of the govern nature he rejoices In the opposite side so loud. Everybody know we're Just] I Imarried. t -
fan get Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va- Ledger. French squadron sailed at breath palpitation of the heart ment-ocala Banner. of every question, and he prefers ."--Judge. : i! ; ,
t'l'a, absolutely pure go twice as broad, general questions of which he
half past twelve this morning for Tangier etc. 1 j I
tar and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is Information For the Yean*. with Instructions from the min- Roach 'OB the Tortoise. knows only what the daily paper tells Not nAcilae Faalt { i i

perfection. Ask for the 25c. size. "Pa what do they call babies wherethere's ister of marine. The squadron com- KodoII The tortoise is a great sleeper. One. him. If be Is alone he will argue with "So you never find fault with jour)
\ a domestic pet in an English and often he will to '
three battle was himself prove wife's cooking?
PETER PAN PURSES three of them at a time-I mean prises ships and one _
house, and when his time for hibernat- himself that he Is and that the 1Ir.1
"I should answered
wrong not,
transport say .1 t
*tr V Thompson's.?O S. Paiafox St. the same as twins T'
The: most convenient and safest purse "Triplets." I Dyspepsia Cure ing came he selected a corner of the : argument by which he proves It isfaulty. Meekton. "When my wife condescends! : '

for ladies use-while shopping or on "Oh yes. I couldn't.think what It Shetland "'_L dim coal cellar for his winter quarters.A I. .From "The Balance of Power. to cook I say everything I can to e*-' '-,

the struts was. And what Is It :when there's four, A curious historical legend Is con- I DIGESTS WHAT TOO EAT new cook was engaged soon after I. ." by Arthur Goodrich. courage her."-Washington Star. I
nected with Shetland wooL Over 300 who knew nothing of tortoises. a .. c.
of them
THANKSGIVING TURKEYS, POUL- "A that out years ago a mln-of-wnr belonging to I takes the strain off the heart few months the tortoise woke up and '
TRY, EGGS & ETC. E. M. POOLEY. calamity. Now put pup J and contributes nourishment, sallied forth. Screams soon broke thekitchen'
of the hnuse and keep him out or I'll the Spanish armada was wrecked on: And other painful and serious .
and health to every calm. On entering that
one of the islands. The sailors who strength
ER, COR CHASE AND DEVILLIER' send for the dog catcher!"-Chicago ; house found ailments from which most mothers ;
the lady of t
escaped taught the natives to make organ of the body. Relieves Indigestion partment the RISING
STREETS. PHONE 1211.President Record-Herald., I brilliant dyes from roots which they Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach the cook gazing in awestruck wonder suffer, can be avoided by the use of j ;

found, resembling those used for like Belching; Gas on Stomach and with unsteady hand da" This great remedy
purposes in Spain. Those persons who and all Stomach troubles. she pointed to the tortoise111' con .
Highly Pleased now wear bright Shetland knit "com science, look at the stone which I've BREASyUdOfi'f'F- to women, carrying .

forters" are unconsciously wearing me- broken the coal wl a' winter! their most critical '

With Conditions at Panama mentos of the "invincible" armada. De&pvi, Iowa. The Game .( Cr P.. safety and no pain. )- ; ..

i Three years ago I was afflicted The game of "craps" Is an old one. No woman who uses "Mother's Friend" need fear the suffering ;.

Win He Make It! with indigestion so much that Is the word Itself a corruption of the and danger incident to birth for it robs the ordeal of its horroT ,', } i
.. The president expressed himself ;
By Associated Press. as A bull has forty rods to travel to I was in tontinual pain. After favorite In the. -
**P"a ions hm the ton, \ov. 27.With expressed two ex impressed with the magnitude of the reach a tramp and the tramp has thirty1 eating my heart was affected gambling French "creps halls of a the Palate game Royal In and insures safety to life of mother and child,and leaves her in, .

fr''re: :: satisfaction president with to-day the conditionsa' Panama undertaking and the mannerin two rods to travel to reach the and I had smothering sensations. the eighteenth century? BeschTelle a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. Thq child il

I Panama. disclosed by his three which it is being' carried out fence. If the bull travels one-fourth Two bottles of Kodol cured me. says It was a game played with dice also healthy strong and t f'

da;': inspection. One exception re- The President has not yet decided faster than the tramp how close will ALBERT LAMM.B9 and of English origin that the name .. '
l.1 ,1 to the sanitary feature of the whether to recommend special legislation the latter come to getting the grand. was sometimes written "krabs" and good natured. Our book MOTHER'S .

t.'tcrs: for unmarried negro latt>orp In connection:with the Isthmain hoist-Otttwa Free Press. A dollar bottle atlas TA the word was spoken when one succeeded ""Motherhood" is worth t ;
.and this can be easily adjusted. work. ]| time *s much U tin trial OT see..lze. in throwing 2, 3, 11 or 12 at in l
Prepared*the Laboratory 01 weight gold to every
The- man who Is never quite sure A Co D.Wnt&Co.Cbkor.A f.So A, the first; cast English dictionaries shed and will be sent free in plain !
"tbintoi peitafM," "imagines," "gness-- little light on the subject and we do woman, .
Always RemPrnber the ))1rnU pe ., or "presumes," >Is :no man to trust. not remember any allusion to the gameIn envelope by addressing application to FRIEND t
L tiV3 D..nmo eneveyOseDay His fau&dagOQs are built on ancL- FOR SALE BY novels or plays of the eighteentbcentury'Bost Ga. -'
: .... Bradfield Regulator Co. Atlanta. .
u.'T': ... a Success PHARMACY. Herald.
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for many intelligent men, and in the "'.WI.. ill t received nine saver dollars and a half In description could be furnished, but the You'll
matter of a constitutional amendmentit J. t ti i return.A police department wtfl. keep a careful BeSorry

t Jbt Jen tttola jontnal is an exceptionally hard matter for PENCIL- USHER8'r }I littt later the Greek looked over the watch on all suspicious characters and It

an elector to vote just as he desires POINTED. PARAGRAPHS., '* bill.and became suspicious of It, and he U believed that by to-morrow morning
I to do and to be sure in his own mind J- ? I 1 called In a policeman. Policeman York all of those la the city'who cannot make .

that he has voted that way? ,_ I )I..>>.."I..t[ saw that the bill was one of the old South a good showlog'wm be safely locked up

I To put the case briefly it is to be Carolina railroad ten dollar bills issued as suspicious characters, and then they

I DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. regretted that some, wise and prob-- Politic and Rellgi ln. in 1871, and good for two hundred miles' can do no one barav

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY ably desirable amendments were put Good Bishop ,Williams affirms that riding over the road at the time. The It is believed :that the general planof

f, in the same list with the drainage "In their last analysis politics and Greek was informed that he had been taking up suspicIous'characters will If fail to

...eY... amendment One does not have to religion are oneFrom which we stung. Investigation of the room'assigned soOn put the crowd where no more funny you examine oar

go far for a reason for the rejectionof Judge that we have not gotten 'very to the lodger revealed the fact that he work can be done during the progress of stock

21IEi the whole amendment "dish." The far in the first analysis as yet-Miami had quietly departed with his nine dollars the fair, and they can be held that long before making your

: :? mass of the people did not want the News. and a .half to .the good. No adequate if desired._Tampa: Times. purchases of '
drainage scheme foisted upon the '
;: FRANK L MAYES, President G.nsra Man.g.r state, and to make sure that their Where's the Metropolis? -

wishes should find expression most There is never an afternoon to pass '

MEMBER OC'ATED PRESS. emphatically, voted "no all down' the over the heads of the decent people of I PERFUMESWe
If' Jacksonville remlcd them
line. that fails to J
that they need of an afternoon [ POLITICS IN FLORIDAion's .$
I There is a moral in the incident are sadly in 4
: SUBUCRIPTION RATES paper.. -Jacksonville! Flor- have all the leading
:: ::
$ On Year .. .. .......... .$5 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 41' -- : idian.. I : makes, imported and domestic

Six Months .. .. .o. .. .. Z 50 One Wflek. .. .. .. .. .. 10
t T2lree )Ion .. .. .. .. 1 %5 Weekly Jcitlon!:: per rear;.$! (0 III ALL'SORTS. III Tampa Hat a ""Dtflly. I comprising all the
It is a fact worthy to be remembered With the peonage case in Pensacola, add to the interest to what promises popular -
> ,!II -=- = :: :: c that the News is the only afternoon .1 sensational.murder trials in Marianna to be a lively contest odors.

'. 'The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a De'ailedCll"futlon I paper In the state of Florida and Live Oak, and the state fair la Gilchrist at The Fair. I

: Statement Can B. Seeured. Too Bad. published seven times a week. More- !Tampa, the editors have been abundantly General Gilchiist has been to the

And the hopes of the past over, it is the only "dally newspaper, I supplied with material!; to comment fair. Yes, and he carried along a IN BULK

i Fell thick In the blast i morning or aftt'rnoon-south o- Jacksonville cn touching Horida and her interests trunk full of pineaples, or rather a

To blight en the dreams of the froward. .-'fampa News. I during the past week, to say car load, if one would"judge from the /

Ph UM {Edltorl" 1'10"1 38 I Papers Sale on Trains I i But that drainage scheme I .-- nothing of the events of national'- expressions: of some of the editors The good kind
: 8UIIII8..0"lcIUOQ Dakotcriz Florida.! by the
_i- anti atsi% News, Stands. Was the awful theme : A woman in West Virginia has applied -(portance such as Boni de Castellane'spitiful who "got next" to the pines. The
That frosted the potatoes of Brow-' I plight Roosevelt's order dismissing editor of the DeFunlak Breeze got ounce. Also package
for a divorce because her husband goods.
Hearst'scampaign one and thanks the general In
ard. %
i negro troops.
voted ticket.
Offloes-Journal Building-Corner Intentilenoia and DeLuna Sts. Jacksonville FioridJan.! I Daxoterize Florida the Republican for the time beln, ; 'cpenses::; and the approach following words: f Cologne, Toilet Waters
ing Thaw trial in New Yorc. The editors who were at Tampa will :
Agnes and all the alimony
give you Sachet Powders etc
Breaking the Ice. i the i But with all tbs field for heavy edi- rise up as one man and express their I I Captivating
\ PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, \YCDNEAYMOItING OVE\U3En: 28 .1&06.r wretch can pay.-Leesburg for the
thanks to Gen. Albert Gilchrist
"Sir," exclaimed the indignant Boston Commercial.Tip I itorial leaders' few of them could re- odors at surprisinglylow
I silt the temptation: of a side-shot occasionally -I splendid pineapples that were received -
girl, the kiss
7 Pensacola got that new court where and S. E. Hugging of the Jackson I' stolen. how dare you? No had man: been ever I to the Politicians. t at the expense of some of with his compliments. If the prices. Phone 453.

1"- Mr. urkey gets the axe tomorrow. Lumber Co., of Lockhart. Ala. kissed me before" "Oh, that's nil The political campaign is over, and: the men who desire to be Browards1successcr. general was sure of making as much

As to the verdict itself, the Record 1' right," replied the nervy youth. it Is to be hoped that certain parties I of a success of running the ship of AgentsVhitman's Candies.

The people of Florida should make has no comment to make. But thereis C 1 "Somebody had to break the Ice.ClIiCQ.o ."- who have the 'Interest cf the state" I The Fort Myers Breeze opens a new state as he is at raisins pines" he

note of the fact that Lockhart is in a lesson it conveys which ought to 1 e's. so much at neart will not cease in'question by asserting that the Times- would be. elected unanimously. The Crystal
F Alabama. fall with great weight and be seriously their endeavors to better the conditions f Union fought the governor's drainage The Live Oak Democrat thinks It Pharmacy.

I considered by those who are engagedin I Bluffing.If of the people.-Palatka .Tlmes I scheme in order to get him out ofI was: a very thoughtful act on the partof
: i any of the industries in the south Herald. the DeSoto Statesman and that It
% The president! has returned to Washington L mebbe in :jer fcyatem there's a little I the fight for the United States senate -
where a considerable number of labor I is sure to bear fruit Gilchrist lisa
and the Big Stick has been re ] sportin'streak, in the next democratic primary.
era are emplojed.The You'll Should Practice Their Preaching. The Breeze always i>een thought to be "well fiXed"in
turned to its sheath. understand the joy of which In its issue of Nov. 8 the Times- says: The Storm
camp of the Jackson Lumber i I'm tryin' fur to speak; I Union I "One would Judge from the Times worldly goods and he has alwaysbsen i
I advises that all "unite to
t It's up to considered a model one. It has been I 1 | luck is an'l 1 I we can do for Florida. But a Every issue of that ago, when he jras defeated for speakerof I -
hard paper
yer running I
r i prayers tonight He may not live continuation of slurs directed
t at Gov.
declared to be such by the house of representatives he pre-
special cor : I
An hold bobtail flush contains several articles about Brow-
]! through another day. respondents who have investigated the' je and draw a an' raise! 15 row ard seems not to be in keeping: ard and drainage. It to bea sented every member of the honse We now have all of our
a single card : appears
I matter and I I I I with advice given by the T.-U.-Lhe him
{ by no less an authority'tthan who voted for uita a genuine i
4 An"1t ain't the card ye wanted, but Oak case of political persecution, where storm-beaten
: Taft has been on the ,lid so long the German vice-consul at Birm- I you don't give in-not yet ,1ews.Something the Times-Union Is not satisfied with Panama hat-and Panama hats cost

that people are beginning fo wonder t Ala; The gentlemen who p 1 more in that day than they do now.
'. But victory, but is trying to and
pC jes' keep on a raisin' till the rest I I Doing.' completely ing, are prepared to dock
j ; have been found guilty of the chargeof C The Live Oak Democrat makes the.
L if it isn't becoming somewhat bent 1' are fike red to bet, Editor Claude L'Eagle and obliterate Broward. Many people will

: conspracy! to commit peonage are' You feel a thrill of pleasure sech as Edl10r Albert Williamson get to slug' remember the reason two years hence following comment on the Tampa Incident any vessel from 100 to 3.000
: The pardoning board will victims of a reckless lot of immigration
now come :
I comes to very few I ging at each other with the editorial why the Times-Union fought drainage
I t. .in for a little! attention during the interval agents in the north. It has been L ,Life's a golden dream of glory when I dictionary there will be something -not because they cared whether the "Gubernatorial candidates in esse tons on short notice. \\e

f between the drainage fight and of repeatedly the shown few by the occurrences yer Ing. Both know how to use the strongest Everglades were drained or not but and in posse will please take notice that solicit estimates from cap-
past months that those bluffgoes. General Albert Gilchrist down at
the next I words and in the strongest the Times-Union fought it simply to
campaign. who trust their chances and their goes.through.. -Ocala' Banner. way kill Broward politically, and to have a Tampa fair presented each editor In I tains and owners of vessels
: money to that class of labor recruiters attendance with a magnificent ten-
clean field
Now that Tampa has nominated .. for its candidate to the
; are taking a long shot at an uncertain The Leading U. S. senate pound pineapple. Sergeant Buzfuz requiring docking and re
Fairbanks for the presidency Joe Can We're all bluffin more or less fur big Lady. succeed Mailory.
target There has not been a Every has his shrewdly discovered a deep, mysterious -I
or little stakes dog day, is an oIl Now the question naturally arises
: non and the rest of the bunch are case where those; who have risked saying, but the dog will Is the significance in chops and tomato pairs.
We keep a face that's smilin an' conceal now have to I who Times-Union's candidate?
i t probably green with envy. their money with i| ese northern agencies the heart that aches. step aside as the oyster to the leading It can not be supposed that the Jacksonville sauce as a seduction employed by Mr.
: have secured that which they lady now starring is Pickwick 10 his memorable assault I OLLINGER & BRUCEDRY
As we risk our time an money in the throughout the i paper desirous cf seeing
They have convicted clerk were after. Far from "
an ex-city it they havebeen
hope of ease or fame. country. The name is prominently Florida's senior senator returned and upon the affections of Mrs. Bardell.

:. In Key West of some misdemeanor I ing their sent fare the and riff-raff, and after pay You daen't show you've weakened I displayed in black type on all pro it is hardly probable that its influencewill but what shall we cay to a pineappleto DOCK COMPANYMOBILEALA.

committed while in office.. Even the so much per bead, when you' start. to play the I grammes.-Quincy Times. .. .. .... be used to that end. It has been each editor as a strategic move on
have: found that after the have !
men the of General in his
: islands cf the sea are not above sus I game I rumored over in this part of the state part .
arrived here, they are worthless, shiftless But Tampa Bay Water Haul.If that John Beard would content with campaign for governor? It was masterly -:
picion. now an' then miss it it
dishonest. and entirely unsatisfactorily be a railroad you deal ; may I all the editors in the state striU Mallory for this honor but it is just as ; it was' Nopoleonic, and It can-

The Georgian thinks that Texans are Or some little i the Tampa Bay Hotel at the same! improbable that the Times-Union not fail to bear fruit In due season.
.. In the first place it is taking a long hope. you :time, it will sure be a water haul for would support Mr. Beard. As a matter of fact these pineappleswere
just beginning to re-- iv big and I goes wrong, and then you I AT THE
chance to the
bring foreigners to the proprietor anaother
guests will I In this connection it will be remem- simply a small tribute of esteem
smart f....f ... "*Hey.. The south until feel .have to
they have been inspected be domiciled either in the bered that when the from the kind heart of a thoughtful and

. : .. <:f*,,'' .. i so slow selected and the bad ones weeded out I As sick taken an' out sore an'as mauled.if you'd' jes' been basement or on the roof, for the ma from the first Florida district congressman accepted courteous gentleman and an elegant R.Il'TK.Wednasday. :

: I from among the number. i'here are !jority of papers in the state are run his last nomination he stated thatit advertisement of the tropical wealth
I tell
boys It's awful when '
good laborers arriving at Hoffman's ye your fling a reading notice of this hotel.. was the last time he would ask the of DeSoto county;. but life is madeup

: ,-/' : 'oeen hav- island from Europe almost daily. But I bluff sits_ Gainesville Elevator people of his district for this honor; of little things and who knows but I Nov. 28

'- ,< to theirboth as ,a rule they are sent to the west. -n that he would not ask for a re-nomi- that this citrus fruit may turn the ,

: .,' ," pro- The reason for this is easily to be accounted called Washington! f.,"* H *"H"J I nation. A few days later an ardent scale when that.. nomination comes onto Commencing 7.39 P. M.
for. The west has agents in Star. 4 be made?"
... : admirer of the Tampa
'k': but onenaracter 7{ GENERAL PRESS congressmanwas
Europe who either COMMENT.
.... .> '. .' of are paid by their Blind Tiger Bust Head. quoted in one of the south Flor- Ellis and Jennings. PROGRAM.
-iO \: states or the .
by great
transportation '
.... rs each town- supports. I companies, who have done so much The Oklahoman says an alcoholic Y 1tH$1tOklahoma ida papers as saying that the Tampaman When the Jacksonville Floridianhas 1.-Grand March: for ladies only m
would be a candidate to succeed anything to about Florida costume.2.Grand .
II toward the building of that .concoction is being sold in the Indian say fancy
< I up part In the Solid South. Mailory. politics or politicians it is either funnyor
Pensacola has put in her share of of the United. States. These agents Territory which makes a man carry March for men only, *
Oklahoma .takes. her place wittJn the Congressman Lamar Is the only sarcastic and It Is hard to tell in
( his wife around in his costume.
courting this'week. The move the of arms just for fancy
among people Europe
police ,
exercise. We have ranks of theJSolId..Sputh, thus strengthening other man who baa ever been spokenof whIch art Albert Williamson exc ls.
ty judges Criminal and Federal courts know the localities where the best down here Umph.that makes: brands the line of defense-against republicanism in connection with this position and It Is needless to assert that in the 3.-Grand March of couples.
I class of a man want to
t:. have been dispensing justice at a lively and know immigrants to what work are to they be secured best carry another man's wife around in and its allies, negrolsm and rust-- as .{he limes-Union Is not liable to I recent cotnpaign he was opposed to '.Grand March, all skaters participat.

!1 clip and Judge Carter will,open up |(fitted. These agents pick the are best his arms. ism. Had It not been for the fact that support this gentleman, who has always -I drainage. He was opposed to Brow Ing.
the republican managers were confident L been opposed to the men who ,ard and of course the drainage just
the circuit court next class, send them here contest, In
F Monday. over and push 5.-Ladies' fast skating cos
them Pride Before a Fait. that the two territories, Oklahoma and I Own that paper, we are forced to the I worked in as a kind of corollary to tume.
right through to their destination
fr Five Philadelphia ice dealers were! I in the west before The auto car doth bubble forth Indian Territory, which are to form the conclusion that there might be some I the man and the Floridian was "agin
they can get truth in the statement of It." He takes 6.-Men's fast skating contest, In costume. -
new state would return republican ma the Fort_My j a little shot at two of
recently fined $75 each for conspiracy into the hands of sharks, 'who class smelleth like a skunk. .
jorities, the bill for the admission of Oklahoma era Breeze. and that the Times-Tin the talked- f gubernatorial candidates
i to raise the price ot ice. If these fellows themselves as immigration or employ Behold it goes with all its gear, '
I But cometh back to statehood would have been candidate to succeed Mallory is In'these.words: 7.-General Skating.
ment as
r also handle coal, as is the case agents. junk.Paul killed In congress last spring. none other than Stephen M. Spark- I "We haven't seen either the Hon.

t' with the most ice men, they will havea Until the southern states take some Cook. The democratic ticket swept both territories man.: William H. Ellis or Mr. T. Albert Jen- Prize for for best best men's ladies costume.costume.Prize

chance to get square with ease. action of this kind, the naval stores Useful. the Indians supporting it solidly, On the question of Broward's sue- nings since the defeat of that drain-

operators and the sawmill men bad "Your don't therefore democrats will write the constitution cessor at Tallahassee, Carter Blox- age proposition. But we do sincerely Prize for fastest lady skater.
\!:, The Palatka Times-Herald thinks better let the foreigners alone, unless nuthin' son peer to hey larnt of the new state and will have ham, Ellis, Gilcbrist and Jennings! hope their Irridescent dreams will not
off at school, 'cept a college Full Brass Band will be in attendants.Ladies -
i that when W. II. Ellis shies his castor some, of them pool their issues yell." I full control of Its government and will have received some attention at the be as rudely' awakened ,as those of
and send. a man to Europe to select ; send two democrats to the United hands of the state press. our present governor." and who
1'- into the States gentlemen partlelpitj
gubernatorial "Oh, waal thet's but :
fight of them. In I so, he comes
many this
matter the south has requwtea
1: I senate. One of these Bloxham. In the skating all are earnestly
senators will f. B. Carter. ,
i.. those now spoken of will take a backseat been exceedingly slow. It has done I in powerful handy ,to call the hawgs. prob. Judge to attend In some fancy costume
ably be General Porter, chief of the 'the Lake: City Index in a recent
Judge Frank Carter of Marlanna is
> But practically while \ of
then the Times-Herald nothing the west has General admission 10 cents. Use
"Pore Mistah Bird." Creek Indians, the ex-commander uf issue : .
Turkey a says
I j having some nattering bouquets
reaped the advantages of desirable very skates, 25 cents.
t man always was partial to the Gads- class of settlers, men and a who Pore Mistah Turkey Bird brigade in the Confederate army and the I thrown his way, but he is very busy "W. D. 'Bloxham.has,redeemed the
women :
? den statesman. have entered Into the spirit of Struttin' roun so gran' first! full-blood Indian to hold a sat in holding court in Jackson county just state from boss rule" more than I __ _j'
r -_ progress the senate of the United 'States. Hot once. He have "
to do
Look may it
and again.
of that great: section and who as proud an' sassy now it is douotful if he is giving
r. Secretary of State Crawford, Comptroller have made it what it is. The south As ef you owned de land. Springs Sentinel. these rumors much attention. The j It is said that the "Grand Old Man

i' Croom, and Treasurer ,Knott; can get just! as good immigrants as Not a Mardi Gras Town."I Lake City Index claims to have first|'of Leon" Is getting "younger" In his OPERA UOUSETWO

k-: will meet on December 11 and hold the ",west but It will never do so while Yo' gobble in de mawin' read in the recently that suggested this eminent Jurist for a old age and If be'should care to serve

the post mortem over the result of the! our officials are backward in making An' you gobble in de eve, of our popular fraternal papers orders one place On the supreme bench some Florida for: the third time' as her governor

drainage fight. For excitement and the necessary appropriations, or 'Specks you ain't a kereln' to was arranging years ago and pays him this handsome and'should give voice to such a NIGHTS,
get elaborate
< up an MardI desire it would
sensation the meeting will hardlyequal spending the money of the people in How yo' fambly'll: grieve. Gras carnival," said a member of the compliment: I{I and Jennings and be a Gilchrist sad day for Ellis Thanksgiving Matinee,
:. such fake schemes the "As a he would rank with and any
as to governor
Commercial Club. view of
"In the
that fact other STARTINGTHURSDAY
session of the In Florida
man who
canvassing drain the evergladas. Pore Mistah Turkey Bird, that Birmingham tried the Mardi Cras I the best Florida has ever had." i wanted to
succeed Broward.
of 76.
There have been thousands of dollars Day's a drawin' nigh celebration and gate it up a. a failure, .To which the Chipley Verdict adds: : Such an announcement from NOV. 29,
lost by naval stores men and saw When we'sgwine ter roas' youAn' it would be I "We agree with you Brother Apple Blox RETURN ENGAGEMENT
The people of Florida will be glad; well I think to try some : ham would give these men a chill such
mill men in bringing foreigners to serve you up-oh, my. thing else. I yard. No better man can be chosen t
to learn that after an investigation L this section. Few of them have remained I to fill the Gubernatorial chair. The as few politicians have received since

into.the labor conditions existing on L long enough to pay half their Des keep a gobblin'Move "To begin with, Mardi Gras comes at first judicial circuit would lose an Fred. Myersxnet.hls first Waterloo In I Mr. Jewell KellyAND
a season of the when Birmingham Is I 1895
year he In
the Key West extension of the East: railroad, and practically none of them '1 I on yo''ay.. as likely as not to hare its worst sinter ,able and just judge, but we are tnil'ng Bloxham boom. got the way of a

Coast Railway it has been found that 1 I I have proved satisfactory. Is it not Well eat yo' Mistah Turkey Bird weather tty the way, the date nex I to. make the sacrifice for. the state's : HIS POPULAR
I I time that this effort to pn Thanksgiving Day"He benefit. 1
in the handling of labor on that great: I bring foreigners I I year is unusually earl}'-Feb-uary 12. In I .j i The celebrated Frenca drip coffee,
to this section without proper ad, The Jacksonville Metropolis "dis Jackson STOCK COMPANY.
: work there is Knew. the next plate. Mardi Gras can be successfully Square. No premiums. Sold
no for
cause peonage t vance knowledge was discontinued? covers that Carter is
I I celebrates being strictly on Its merits. Ask for
In seiril-trop'cal' towns It at
: charges to be entered against the em )h" wife's going back to her :mentioned for governor and the Ocala '
that your grocers.
ployers. If 1 r mother. What shall I do?" hate. a distinctitcly Catholic atmosphere. I Banner copies the and I Including
a gigantic paragraph
undertaking of f .
1- 5l Louis' has a large Catholic .
this nature "If jou'd been married as long as I adds that it is "a good suggestion" Foster Ball and Babe DorisThanksgiyingMatlaec
can control labor without ; population !tan)' of the old families there j
: THOSE. AMENDMENTS. have, you'd jump up and crack your i When Judge Carter resigned from !!;UbbP.JKmllilllf m
friction and resort to a violation of f." belong to the Roman Catholic church. "W"18
heels together. the '
i supreme court about a
year ago
: law. lesser corporations can do sO. t (SI Augustine necord"I I Rome years ago St. Ixmis attempted of his Lord Fauntleroy.
Mardi Gras. but the celebration was a one associates there said of e
g II I|! Proper Location for Kisses. failure, and soo1 was abandoned St. him: "The supreme court of Florida CAFE i i'NONPAREIL Thanksgiving Night-"'Tracy, th"
< #
;. The Lessonof Z II [I i The place for kisses," the poet said, Louis is not far enough south. IxMJisvilie I todaylqses one cf the ablest men Outlaw"

P The Pensacola Journal pays considerable -i"lg under the twinkling stars, and Cincinnati tried; It, but failed.: The i,that ever sat as a justice on this Ladies admitted free Thursday Di".;

: onage. I I attention editorially to the re- !,When the day with Its worry nd fact Is, New Orleans and Mobile are ,the court. His judgment is unerring andit under usual conditions;.: limited to the :"

f':: The peerage eass, now before the suit of the recent vote on the constitutional -* noise is dead only towns in the United States where I is almost impossible for him to doa two hundred.PriceslO, 20 and 30 cent

: United Stales! !! couth have attracted I amendments, all of which are And nothing the stillness mar ." Mardi Gras eecms at home. I 1 wrong He has a gifted legal mind ':i s

: wide attention, but it is probable thatno t reported to have been defeated. Naturally i i "Let the local organization now planning '[l and is one 01 the most consistent and S .t.2$-'Palale. ? 1, Street upstairs. II
'j enough, the Journal is not at The place for kisses the maiden for Mardi Gras get up ft great flower! kindhearted men i ever knew. 3 I
class of men are more interested I Itt I I said festival be ( Thousands of Judge Carter's friends Open 7 to 9 |
all pleased over the defeat of the1 in May :That would rH8Ibe.1! | a. m. p. m.
In the matter than those connected I amendments which, if passed' would -Is under the summer moon, and it would make a M-c hit*<-B-rfiilng- 'orer!, ,the state know him to be just =

L- With tne turpentine and lumber inter* have established' a criminal court of When the sun is set and' the ,night is ham AceHerald :. such a man but they also know that g OUR SPECIALTIES: MandWo

J; ests. This being the case, the Mows record in )Eecambia county. No doubt I I fed ,I' 1 I he dislikes, to be mixed up *n a political a Business Men's Dinner. 12 to
I such an institution WAS greatly de- With I the odors of roses. in. June." Fair Fakers. i campaign and it is extremely I ,' :a 2-30 50 cents.
I '
of periodicals devoted especially toi sired by 'the people of Earambia county -:I i i The llai-flammers have commencedtheir doubtful if the Jackson county judge e 5 Theatre Partiesregular, board- I We deliver Ice Coal, Charcoal *

these industries are particularly inter ; in fact this was shown by The poet perhaps. ,- was ,not all work early and as a result several I could-be Induced to enter a primary in : !g! er-e and Meat Tickets.' Wood anywhere; In the city. We Q.r'

esting at this time. 1 I large vote of approval given this prop1ositlon. theC, amiss; small amirs hate been reported to .thej i ja contest for this position. I M,Ie PpNE1s3o. supply you in any quantity and

i The Jacksonville Industrial Record, }But strange to say all the And the maiden) was right, I suppose; police for their attention.' The Palatka Times-Herald also service te always prompt.Steam
: One Of the gentry went Into tbe Out make, comment on Judge Carter. It l HI The nfateat, cleanest and tot and Domestic Coat
: which is .devoted, exclusively! to the otner amendments were. likewise up- But after all, the beAt place for a plate In tow In
House and for room And which
Chop asked a says: a to **t your Size.
.., proved in that county. The Journal kiss i I .flieis. Wood Cut Any
naval stores, lumber and general Industrial was toW that It would cost him SO cents.The Judge Francis
1 points Out that in other counties notably Is under my sweetheart's nose. Carter. of Jack- ,:c Come once; we will trust you to
t and financial interests ot.ther Columbia county, the electors stranger handed the drrek) In- charge son Is now mentioned as a gubernatorial II come pgain' -. I E. G. SEWALL,

south sees *a lesson in thepeonage voted Just the other way. ref sing to Kinds of Courting. what was apparently a ten dollar bill And possibility. His entry would ,liq n.};" stPlantation
ggDDa Phones 614-363. 2fl N. TarragoflaI
i\t4 cases and in its last .issue under the I support any of the amendments. : "He who courts, and goes away. ___nO .. ____ ;

E' caption "The Lesson of Peonagehas! By tray of explanation, the paper Lives to court another day;

the i says: "The chief issue of the cam But .he who weds and- courts. girls
following to say on the subject: the still
paign was
drainage amendment. ;
the Record goes to press this Every voter knew how he wanted to.Mar get to court against his will."

I"AI,'"- week, the news Is flashed to us over vote on that question-the other I

the wires that a verdict of guilty of amendments he had not studied. It A Health. Chill i Cure is Guararaliiiiv

j. conspiracy to commit peonage had was of .no' particular importance to. H re'. health tothe friend about me; I
been rendered
by the Jury in the United
him whether they were earned or defeated Here is scorn to those who' hate,
States court at Pensacola, which The Australian ballot is a And whatever be the future

f bad tried W. S. Harlan C. C. Hilton ,,somewhat difficult ballot to vote, even Here's health to blind ,old fate. ., -'aw vurc, or mvnj icoiunoea Dy Your Merchant. So. Not Tr ITT
Why orfc,. 5Oc. Retail.

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Th. Shotmtn with_ Reputation il permanent ,figures in the modern r i{ 41i

literary world-writers who have I
I given out seminal ideas that seed and

'PEOPLE Beautify the field of thought. Chief

AND EVENTS INDIANMOCCASINS among these ,men are Shakespeare,
Today's ExpressBring'sUs
Carlyle, Ruskin Emerson, and Victor
ftuga .:Until_ a library possesses a. j t
least the best writings ot these fire!

men, it 1s sadly deficient. You are doIng J" i

BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. kingly service when you make 75 BEAUTIFUL SKIRTS i
these men known to any thoughtful

''T'Ieph0ne! J N4.A9AttM.. 3 P. M. mind., The handsomest lot it has been our

3 P. M. Electricity, Trunk Lines.

I The real article made by Electricity- rapidly replacing pleasure to show. 'Better see these before

Clieyenne I ,.--Indians soft steam on the great trunk lines of railroads t
E In all parts-of the country, but they picked Shadow and
I light and comfortable. An especially in the Eastern stages. \ are over. plaids

ideal house slipper and Charles H. Cochrane in the December all black best of all
THE CHRISTMAS GUEST. 7/ie Journal's Daily fashion Feature very number of The Broadway. Maga-l ; they are beautifully *> 5 i i
\Vhoso shall come my way this night. lasting. We have them for tine states that the New York New made. -

By moor or hill or shore, Haven .
t ladies, men, boys and chil- -and .Hartford Railroad will
For him the Blessed candle's light, spend 18,000,000 in the elctrjflcatlon
For him the open door. dren. The very thing for of itslines between Boston and New

(Oh Mary this for Thy Son's sake Christmas gifts. You may York. In the course of the article he *; i4
Though mine comes In no more!)

My heart Is swept, my Yule. logs 'i select reserve. them until] now wanted.and we will 1 1i says pioneers"The: New in electric Haven road traction is among having the WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. f. ; 1

burn. I take'a been the try the third rail 3 .; (
Come look sys-
My board is decked! and spread; ... .- ,., :, buy tem on-a short line near Hartford.In i 1li#
For who seem In turn
Is any warmth and may wine and bread. 'r: please. adopting a system for their lines near EVERYTHING TO WEAR.1BOOKS ,t
New York they again the first to
(Oh. Mary, grant my son this nightBe .
housed and comforted!) ..".. try that which is new, making use of
heavy trolley wires delivering 11,000 li liof
volts directly to the electric locomo- ;%
Bid, banned or beggared come for -
guest :: MEYER.SHOE co. tives. The third rail and most of the AT COE'S
()-(:alled surface trolley lines employ
My heart shall share his woes
And his head hand shall FURNISHERS electricity at about 600 volts pressure, BIBLES. 5 DICTIONARIES }
being obliged to use expensive machinery
To bless him ere he goes. COOK BOOKS, } SCHOOL BOOKS .
(Oh, :Mary, grant my son this night .. 11iiT ; 102 SOUTH PALAFOX. STREET to step down the current to POEMS, I MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAP S. + '
That blessing and repose!) this figure, that it may ba less dangerous '

in case of accidental shock. The COE'S BOOK STORE 2JSOUTHPALAFOXBT.UT.,..,., ..11"'"f. Pit.". z s ,
This night for Thy one Son's dear f \ f \ ORDER YOUR new system, uses the powerful 11,000
sake volt current on overhead trolley wires, l
Walt light and warmth and wine. tiI Fruit Cake and Pound Cake and when within the jurisdiction of a ...I..IIII..II ..........!.,.a..I .,II.,......

Oh. Mary, we be mothers both town or city that prohibits the use of I : DIAMONDS WATCHES '
Take these, my tears, for sign i I II from such a strong current on exposed JEWELRY, { ;

And this I do for Thy sweet Son, / wires, the current is stepped down t CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE I 3 3 .
Wilt thou not do for mine? CHRIS, PFEIFFER, and reduced for that section. This advantageous .

Thedosia Garrison in the December ''r method is likely to be STERLING SILVERWARE, | x M
On East Hill.
Broadway copied on long-distance lines, thoughin
I s
Pound Cake 25 cents per pound. the immediate vicinity of New York
Baumill-Carmichael i Fruit Cake 39 cent per pound. such powerful currents will continueto i CUT GLASSWARE. '

be prohibited on exposed wires or
Wedding Last Night.A S ) rails." I -

pretty home weding was celebrated -i r 'B t
last night at the residence of Mr. Transatlantic Tales. Engraving and Fine Stationery. .
Charles Drennon, 314 east Cevantes II THE MAGAZINES Never has Venice been more in! favor -I

street, the contracting parties being FOR DECEMBER as a subject for authors, paintersand _

Miss Anna L. Baumlll!!, who recentlycame poets, says the editor of Transatlantic K ,
to Pensacola from New York, rl : 0 ,_ Tales. One after the ether I' Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

and Mr. J. D. Carmichael, a well they seek Inspiration in the strange
known traveling man, of this city. The People's Lobby. oity of the lagoons. After Maurice -

The ceremony was performed by Rev. The Barres, and the Count de Montesquieu "
People's Lobby, which has been a
F. A. of the Gadsden street E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. i
Rogers organized to operate at Washington to it is now the exquisite poet, Henryde s I. fi
Methodist Episcopal church. l further the passage of good laws in Rcgnier, who tells us, both in prose ;
The bride, a beautiful young lady, the interest of the whole people, has and verse, its melancholy charm and MOBILE, ALA. f. .
was simply but elegantly gowned In been' definitely determined with eternal attractiveness. The Countessde t1HrL'tt"'"H.HH.H? HHHH i.>>">IfFR.t .
pure white, and had no attendants upon
Noailles forth her love for
the regard to personnel and plans, and is pours ,t
wedding. party being composed of:
Venice, and Leon Daudet eloquently
only a few Intimate friends of the ready to begin operations with the
convening,of Congress. Writing of describes its fascination to those who F. DAVIS
would dream. Among the painters, after
The wedding was the outcome of a the movement in'"Success Magazine, / ,
long acquaintance, the decision to pretty way'of using lace insertionis length, and were trimmed down the which has been furthering the project. Zien, there are Lobre, Boldinl, Now in e

hate the wedding performed in this shown In the sketch;. the model outer arm with a diamond pattern Samuel Merwin says: Bompard and many others. New Brent Building 23 S..Palafox.
city having been reached some time being suitable both for silk or wash' formed by the insertion. White or "There can be no excuse for any But the master of them all waS
-'nce and Miss Boumill coming to material. In front a little square colored was silk could be used for the sort of secrecy,In the work of the bu Ruskin:who knew so well how to ex

;ensacola for that purpose.For yoke of insertion and beading was set blouse, or the design could also be reau. It, is based on the belief that press the very- soul of the ancient and
the present the young couple in, the insertion also being used to carried out in dark colored or black there is no reason why any detail of noble city. His work "Stones of
nil make their home at the residence form a design about the upper part of crepe or silk, using' black VaL- laceor the legislative,,work of ibis republic Venice" has been this year admirably

si Mr. Drennon.SurpriseParty. the blouse., The sleeves were of elbow dyed lace insertion. should be kepthidden. It, assumes translated into French for' the first Fine Feathers Make Fine BirdsWhen th-

that evasion of the light is an unhealthy time by Mme. Mathilde P. Cremieux.

for I will be devoted largely to discussion :- : symptom. 'And, animated by Mil Minute Madness..
: = IIII
0 : : : : : 'Mile-a-Minute Madness" is the title
Miss Minnie Hanway. of missionary topics. The public is this spirit it can do no less than keep your prescription is delivered to you ; '
of Walter Prichard Eaton's
Invited attend. II! MYRTLE GROVE. all its own records open, all the time,
cordially to labeled in readable
neatly good writing
Mrs. R. H. Turner, Jr. was the hos- I I to'any magazine 7 tbd newspaper i any article' in The American Magazine wrap- ; ; I

tess at an enjoyable surprise party The Ladies' Foreign Missionary Society .= = = = :: : = = = : : citizen, or body of citizens. for- December. Following are ped in a secure, tidy way, you at once get the

last evening, given in honor of Miss of the Gadsden Street Methodist Special to The Journal. "These records will be made np of some of the facts about American 'impression from the looks of the outside that '
Minnie Hanway, a charming young church, are 'hOlding daily services of Myrtle Grove, Nov. 26.-Warm and facts, not of opinions. In so far as cars developed by the Vanderbilt cup
lady of Greenville, Miss.. who Is visiting prayer and thanksgiving, every afternoon storm prevails here now. The great they will go to fix the ,foil personal race: the inside is all right.

: Pensacola.The at 3:30 o'clock. Gulf of Mexico has been roaring responsibility of'senator and representatives "The result has been on the face of s : i
guests were from among the I something like it did before the great for the work of Congressand it a victory for France each year. But You can be pretty sure that when we display t ;
'unmarried set and the large number A cause for thanksgiving-that you American builders have earned much, .
Blue Ribbon"Lemon and Va- September storm: and some are its committees, the reports -will so much care with the outside, that we take ex- :
can get
of young people present spent the none the less. A car does not have to
afraid that we will 'h ve a repetition be based wholly on their public acts.
evening most pleasantly, being served nilla. Absolutely pure go twice as to make the inside all We .
of that disaster before the. weather :1 he People's Lobby is not interestedin win first in such a contest to prove tra precautions right.
far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is
with delicious refreshments during settles. personal: or political gossip. But its staunchness and speed. If it is will send after your prescriptions and send
the 25c.
the course of the evening.J ,perfection. Ask.for size.
Cane grinding is all the rage now. every state and district- has a rightto still running, when the race is done back
Jack Frost has paid visit and that IB no small accomplishment, and them to you.
Conrad Scott returned yesterdayfrom I PETER PAN PURSES a scrutinize the work of its representatives I
DeFunlak Springs.: Mrs. Scott 'at C. V. Thompson's, 308. Palafox St. sugar cane as well as other, things, in Congress, as has an employer all but one American car was runningthis I Let us 'fill prescriptions. We have filled '
is still with her mother, who is 111, :The most convenient and safest purse got pretty well damaged.Mr. to scrutinize the work of his employees Teat: Last year-Tracy won third your :
fit Carrabelle. for ladies use-while shopping or on j ji A. W. Isham has Just recently There, is nothing in the place, and this year- he drove the over two hundred thousand since we have been "
the streets. returned from a trip of a month's duration strictly American designed Locomo I. f .
slightest degree ,personal about this. in' business. :
The many friends of Mr. P. K. Nielsen i 1 to Burlington, Vt., where he No honest man can object to a record bile the fastest lap of the race-26 ;" :I .
will regret to learn that he has i Home-cooked, went on business.Mr. compiled thoroughly and minutes '20 (.5 seconds for the 29.7miles70.5
Thanksgiving +
lust received a letter from his mother, D. D. Shiver has returned from miles per hour. That t P
from official
who resides in Bergen Norway, con- Dinner/ ,''the Morriston, Ala. -of sources what, of his public acts Tracy was not well up with the lead ; I
precisely he has said and
taining the sad news that his sister, 'Hotel. You Mr. Paul Goldsby has accepted a how he has voted ers at- the finish was due largely to W A D'Alemberte :
are .southern. on every question
position at the >
Jlacno Andrea Nielsen passed away navy that hla frequent attacks of that dread automobile I.o I. :1
has arisen his
during term of
in October 29. Mr. Nielsen's; brother, School has at last started here, with malady, "tire trouble.' "Wag :
? is Attention, K. of Mr. H. L. Thompson as principal and office, all brought together in concise '
g11 Neilsen, at present visiting ner had 'tire trouble, even on the Druggist and Apothecary : i .
form and stated in
The members of Rathbone Miss Elizabeth Pritchard uncompromisinglysimple
Lodge, as assistant.Both .
>ith him In this city. last lap, but still won because the foreign i
No. 30 of teachers terms. It should be seen from
Knights from
Pythias, are urgently are Pensacola.The
Tonight at Palafox Street Methodist requested to attend the session attendance is very good and all this, that the People's Lobby is starting cars are equipped with detachable 121 SOUTH P ALAFOSTREIT PHONE 109 t
rims. They extra rims with t
fhureh Instead of the regular prayer II'Thursday night. The meeting will be seem to be very well pleased.We out without the slightest feelingof inflated tires carry them and \
on readjust
fleeting services at 7:30 the Epworth of only thirty minutes duration, and note with pleasure that Mr. antagonism for Congres. These
of few .1.
with the bolts. It
damping a
league will have charge. The mission business of importance Is to be con- Herbert Caro, formerly of this place records will be an inestimable helpto -- ,
class of the League will make I sidered. has been appointed as carrier on the the upright independent congress took Wagner and his mechanic Just
8a exhibit of their work and the hour 273t J. M.ROPER,'C5. C. newly established rural route from man. As to the dishonest congress three minutes to refit their wheel. automobillng than the tires Is the GULF CITY COFFEE CO. 'j r
Pensacola.Rev. The American cars, by the rules of material of the cars and engines. I ,
man-and it is with that
regret we the compelled to use only American American steel went through the Van H. P. CHIPMAN. Manager.Roasters t..1
J. A. Abbott, of Pensacola, will employ the term-the records will race 1 J.I
material, throughout, had no such derbilt Cup race with the best If we :
preach at the Union Hill Baptist probably hurt him." Blenders and Shippers ot :
and it this in can build racers to stand that strain,
church on next Saturday night Sun advantage was no small '
day and Sunday night. A good attendance Buying a Gift Book. part which kept Tracy and LeBlon so we can build touring cars for all the- Fine Coffees :1 t

Give Your Cook a Rest To-morro.w ,and Eat is hoped for and the mem- (Edwin "Markham in "Success! Mags- far"But behind.' important in the long uses of commerce. OUR COFFEES ARE SOLO BY ALL : 1 i
bership more run
especialy requested to be zine.) i
present on this occasion as a business To the generation Just behind us, 1 i
ourTHANKSGIVINGDINNER meeting will probably be held. talking you can't beat Herbine for ; ,
nourished on Felicia Hermans and -- --- t
I the liver. The J greatest regulator : K .
Amelia Welby an approved and ac- .
BE CHARITABLE offered to suffering: humanity d
ceptable gift was ,the gilded and fun- "The Best Is What We Sell" ever Just.Received.. ,
to your horses as well as to your jereal annual celebrating the If you suffer! from liver complaint,I i I Imported Macatml. Sweet! Oil Cheese, i i. j'j'I
self. You need not suffer from painsof I : grassy if you are billions and fretful, it's your I Dill Fickle. Bauer Kraut. Mackerel, Cod ,
grave and the broken heart. Our Flab Pit .Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot I
'I any sort-your horses need not liver, and Herbine will put it in its
generation is more robust In its living !: Bread French Nary Bread. KrerythlAC i
suffer. Try a bottle of Ballard"SnoW' proper condiUon. A positive cure for fresh and new. '1 !: t
Liniment. It cures all pains. J. and giving. Our took stores are Are You Constipation) Bliiiousness Witcft Haael. $1.00 per fiOon.

AT THE I M. Roberts, Bakenfield, Mo., writes: flooded with books touching every and all ills due to a torpid DyllpeP8ta'j I Marine Grocery Company. ,, .; J'
"Oh. that .
field of human activity. >
: "I have used your Liniment for ten a bottle and you will V. J. VIDAL Manager.
I years and find It to be the best I have mine enemy had ,to choose a Christmas thing else. Sold by all druggists.
CAFE ever used'for man or best. Sold by book!" one might cry on enter- ,
all druggists. 'lug a thronging store. We are em- THE SOUTHERN.Thanksgiving I t I'
I barrassed by superfluity, as though
\ I Dinner, Nov. 29, 1S06. I t
New Orleans is celebrated for its called on to choose a handful of flow KalamAZoo Celery Queen olives READY FORDINNER f \ ,.
coffee. Jackson Square is the coffee from a wilderness of bloom. Stuffed Mangoes Blue Points I
i ers
Cheaper Than Staying' at Home from New. Orleans. Try It. If not The principle of chore should! in HuntingThursday Consomme Clear Toasted: Peanuts Potta.ce Imperial I ? jrf

satisfied your grocer will refund Itscost. general, follow the taste or need of Baited Stuffed White Fish
__ TrUre Sauce tI'I !
n the friend for whom you are selectinga Boast Turkey Next Thursday IS ;., t
book. Yet it is also well now and Chestnut Dressing :
P.: ---- THANKSGIVING TURKEYS POULTRY I then to open a new channel of interest Cranberry Sauce Thanksgiving Day, and :: i {

..fN..............................NNI.NNN 1NN. WHOLESALE, EGGS, & COMMISSION ETC. E. POOLEY DEAL., by giving a volume outside of yourfriend's Rout Toun stMiIforo Spiced Peaches I no doubt there will be V-} 'r; :
habitual line. We are often -
Baked Roll Of Rhubatb !
ER, COR. CHASE AND DEVILLIER several things needed
: _Jou might as ,well get one right .!. Z STREETS. PHONE 1211.A thankful to a friend who has drawn If M, you will let hungry when Champagne Mashed Punch Potatoes hard Sauce 'r't; t i r i I If Iil
e to-day because sooner or later w us out of our mental sheeptracks.There you get out In the woods. You Cream Stewed Green Corn that you have overlooks- r

: you're bound to be a "Ko- Remarkable Cariosity. are a few writers that stand can't sauce r eat but turkey you can and take cranberry a nice Sweet Potatoes a la Condv ed. We can supply = -i t ;

daker." It's the great There is In Connaught, Ireland lunch with you.' Let us fix It up French Peas
a re- Pumpkin Pielllnc fresh and
for you. Come 'In and tall us how pure- t t
: est fun out-i
i. markable curiosity, which gives an example many there are In your party and PiePlum :
$1.00 up to of official oversight When the we will tfo the restLunch Pudding Brandy Sauce and promptly, too. j f
Ice Cretin
You can Clique
: $35. gnat famine of 1847 was upon the land : Tongue. Potted Chicken -Layer Cake We Thank You ';: .i:

the government of the day conceivedthe "Keep in Chipped Vienna Sausage Beef Deviled Deviled Turkey Ham Assorted Nuts Sweet and Cream KatolM Frottin For your patronage and .;i;

0i OD.A.K: : : I idea of opening a line of navigation Hamburger Steak Corn Beef Hash Cheese Cracker will .
from Galway to Ballina by way of Veal-Loaf- Ham Loaf Tea Coffee Cocoa hope you every one I

i -. .- tough Corrib and Lough Mask, so as the Race"all Salmon Chicken Loaf Baked Sardines Beans 27nor2t have a full measure of i; ;-

: In long 3 to avoid the dangers of the western Cake Crackers wafersRosenau&Gerelds Wherever Jackson Square Coffee pleasure. i-
winter evin- coast. From Cong a canal was actually right on has been tried its cup 'quality has .

Ings. flashlights made to Lough'Mask as part of the been praised. Leading grocers have '
: are the ,U ing..Any 2' general BCllemeDle wort gave a it here. Asa your grocer for a free Sol Cahn & Go
body cau take them. It's. GrapeNuts"THERE'S > sample. .
-. great-deal of employment, and so far THE-'FANCy'GROCERS ,
-- ,
: easy."We Instrucfyou.: Gera : ) the canal served Its purpose. But when -TEACHERS ATTENTION.The i The Pure Food Stort.Mttmttt ii;

Kodak to-day.- Lean to takepli Jt was completed ,it was found the 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. public acbooi- throughout the II ( Canes ftU'si tft 'c1f114"d :" '.
2o Th ir!4ay. 1.t .
tures and muse yourself.GEM count WIll be sun THl'd on
i canal,would not The fact A' REASON.: Phonos ) ]ho
hold .
water. _
: STORED PHONE' 230. .h9ne. 391 the 29th.'laid dar to b. observed tu a / .
BOOK. that the.dock,of the district is of a very _. L day of THanktfrlnV.. H. (XOK.avperintendent.. t_
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.,.-.-...-................ ............. .... ... LOUISVilLE &. NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.

t i ({j) (())(()). (())(()) lReaH E tate Through and Loca! TIme Tables BetweM Pensacola and Points North.


a :5 Room J.TraIn Nos. Trains 3 Ne.ILv.

I REAL ESTATEInvestment ........ ........Ar
: : : ....... _. .. .PensacoJa. 6OQ ":JfJca
FOR m C:2Opm __..""__....._...!.. ,{ .._......,..._. '::35pm 11:1 I i PROPERTY] Investment 114:1am: \ Ar....... ......Biiminghaifl..Lv 4Opm a:
i Cottage 9:10pm1 Ar.......:...........NashiIle..................Lv S:4tam, %:':;ua."Il1:25pm am

Pensacola's. ,Real 5:00pm ............. ...... .................. 8:10am"" %;"-.a1Jl
Est.tsIs': I nets case 'of: "nothing 1:15am J.37am\\ Ar. .,........!.....EvanSVllle.................;_..Lv I SOOam 9:1.7:40am
; One.story dwelling on West Government street near i if ; FOR SALE. Ar..S! ............... .. ':.f'Jpm 3:,' .-11I'11I

i One.story dwelling on Spring street near AoPINIDa. with'J lot EAST ventured nothing gained, for 1:6Opml S:27&m .................. .................., 3:%! Z-
front .,......" ..................../ ..... .... JACKSON, ,there ,Is' abs olutly no .risk! 'If. '-you Homes and Good Interest- 1:10am. 1:30am( ................... ................. \l2:4sari 6:' :n
Block of ground. wVli'sl'tuated and containing 21 dwellings 10am11:00n'n Ar..................Clncinnatlt.................Lv lLOOpm: orlll:111
and rented, rent at $1500 per annum if sold at once ........ I 11TH AND buy In the right pl Ie .. Instead, it .

Desirable corner on the West end..with good Improvements .1.I rather a Cue of Bearing Property. BETWEEN PENSACOLA MOBILE AND NEW ORLEAN

I at $450 per annum ........................................... AVENUES. BET 1&1 % & 3.4&1 3& % l&f Iii-I
near Government I $175000-12-room. 2-story on 60-foot lot -
Investment on Baylen street
Splendid .. .... ........... .' street. 7OOamlIlOlpin 11:5larnLv..Pensacola..Ar ) 4OIIpmi:;,
now renting at $740 per annum.......... HAVE A LOOK AT East Wright 10:4iam :55am 4:1pm Ar..Mobile.._.!.....Lv %:ooam\\U: 3am %. '111
> ;I Desirable piece of property on Intendenoia street, near No Action I06pm 1:15am 1:16pm Ar........ New Orleans..Ly I .: .u.. .. !I'-.lI*11I:!
with good dwelling attached upon large comer lot
: Store West End splendid business location .,..........._........ $5500.00-For 2-story. 7-room dwelling; FLOMATON PENSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION AND 4ACKSOiij'

[ i Seven ness desirable centsr ...lots....on....the.....corner......,..fronting...'.....the....bay.....near......the.. i No ProfitWe also S .f conveniences 4-rcom block on cottage.9th and avenue.both includes modern II:A y 1 t Dally 5 I j Daily 1 J iDaitY 3 '1 where ins do no not tIme stop Is at shown stations 1 DaDY1 Z I DallyDany 4 6 '.. Oy::

T.t_ desirable corner of North Baylen street splendid % ...... '
Ten Iota on 4:55 %:30 2.r.o
............................................... E BROOKS Lv..Flomaton..Ar 12:451 i5Bi'::)
men .......... ... -..... 5:00 '%:35 %:55 ............Century............. 11 111......
:: We can rent or sell a number of houses of 4 rooms, upwar have some good Investments :::::: 5:07; .n: =l;::.. !M Springs .'1233{ U f 5:15'I'.''
demand for them. $200000-No. 1201 North Davis street lot 6:17 :::::::::: ..:::::.:::: 'lZHI' 506'' ...'..'
t i we have a great also handled us to Estate for men with money, to pay all 60xl: 2 story with bath cheap. I' ...... 5:30 3:04 .3:36i .........Pine Barren.12Of!( 18:251 ':515:39 ......
; Vacant lots at lowest by rates. advantage. i cash or for the with only a ...... 1:13 .3.b0I/ .............HoUno: ............. ..11:59 1-1 7:4;
c. We Insure property men i ...... .5:43.. ... .4:0-1 ............QuiDtette............. ..-11fil.1t:31:3: \::::::

t. Insurance. I small amount. $350000-gets the 5 lots and 6-room cot :::::: :553 5:57 .f:: :. ::;U .::::7.:: : Hill n :::::::::: .:11:44'12:29: 12:26 .U;::...........

I tage on northwest corner Reus I ...... .6:01 .S:34: .43 .............Gonzalez............ .11:3i.131, .1;: :' ....
462. 112 S. Palafox. '- and Cervantes. Buy and improve ...... .':03 *3:36 .45. ..... .......Roberts............. : -12:13 -24k. -
; i HOOTON & i this for good renting prop- : ...... .':15 .3f5: .ffO. _.............OUve.............. ::: .12:09i -11 ) .'.'..''.
erty. I ...... .S1 .3:51 .4:48. ......Brent.............. .-11.15 .17:0 ,.1.. .....
...... ':%5 .3:54 .4:5: %. ... Goulding ............ ...11:11-1:01 1.1 t.;, .....
; THE RENTAL AGENTS, ...... 8:30 4:0 5:00. Ar......... .Pensacola..Lv I 11:0ii 11:50 : '
: HcDAVlD-HYER CO. = = = =
$'SOO.OO7room8tOIY., new house Ko.%1

: Real Estate Insurance and SSllle I East: also Gadsden close street to bayou.near Lot carline PMI ___J I .I_I I I. ...".}J

Agents New York 80x132 feet. Iioo.... ..1:00 LV..pensacola..Ar 10:50....... ..... i! "
I I S 50... .. 7:13 ............Bohf'mla............ .... .....t...... .
No. 37 S'. Palafox Street. Phone i Lift Insurancs Company. S 5:22......... 'l:15 ...........GuU Point............ !.10:33...... ...... .10'
100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.,. I S. 6:25... .... ..... ............Yniestra.;........... ...... .....;,......f.J.. :. '
: < .. ..... ................... ............. Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. I$1(00.00-C-roora. 2-story dwelling No. 910 &:%9 ... ....... .. ............ -..108......'.... .,. :'
$3000 North 6th avenue. : : '1:25 .............Mulat............. '-10:19 ...... ... .' .
5:40..S. .............. .
S ; .:::::: :::::: .135; .. G a :: :::::.Ir: ;

HELP WANTED. West Wright street, : ; .............. City..f...;......' If :4
$i1850.00-For 5 houses and 7 Iota, fronting S .. .. ..-. ...... .... ".
I three WANTED-Every desirable 8-room and south on West Jackson street, S "557.. .............Miltoa.-.10:05..... ... ...... :j.
:WANT3! AT ONCE-Two or.Saun- CHICLETS rent $25. e 6:03..7-3". ;... ....... .... ,
good gutters. Apply In person. with large lot. .I. .. ............ 9:04...... ... .
ieis Mia Co., Brent road. 28novlwKAXTfflVA For SSllleA .. ...........Deer Land.-.. ..... "
AlI."T&D-Everybody dinner the S ; ; .. ...........l-Iossy Head.......... 8:33.: .... .. ,.\:
!: man with Indigestion to log at of block East King : ............ : ...+.
i $1300 CO-All 117. Springs.8l2.. ... ....:.' ',
Ii I try CHICLET* made.home mince cooked.and Tract, 25 lots. 9:30...... .... ." ;f4.. ..............Argyle.O 1H ............ ;;
'e-w-- thing $4500 9:51'. ....Ponce DeLeon.......... ...... ... .. ',
:WANTED-ft> white woman as housekeeper 3:52..6. 10:10 ;;...........WestviUe............ "7:29........../...... .
i also one flit-cJas c.ook. Apply two-story 8-room house with! Nice Little Cottage in Good .. 10:15. .....'.......Caryv1lle............ .. 7:.% ...... ......'
to M. H. Rouse 108 and 110 EastComment WANTED TO RENT and two large $1500.00-Blocks 113 and 207, West King 10:45.. ........... : ..............Bonifay............ .1:5;;....... .. ... .
Street. 28nov2tSVANTED slrable.close in. TV ill lease up-to-date home with galleries all mod-; an White Tract. 11:1%....... .... :. ............. .....!....... .1:31'....... ......,
Address Mrs. Neighborhood on .
a- I 11:9 ............. : ...n. ..Aycock.... .... 6:27.-. ,
-A4 Southern Hotel good manor I I sal situated on car line on 11f3 ...... ..... .111:0 ...........COttondale........... 6J .. ....... .
woman to wash dishes and help overlooking the bay. at south- 1:10 ...... ..... % ..... ...... .. '. .
Easy Terms. : .l..IIarianna. .. 6:011 ....... .....
, about kitchen an4 ja'd. Wages $15 per WANTED-Young man I of 16th avenue and Jackson ...... ..... : .............Cyp ess.............. 5:3-5....... ,...... :.
month. 28 nOT collector. Address B. L. S. BROWN & CO. ...... ..... ......... .. .
.. : .Grand Ridge.......... 5::! ............. :
............... %: .-sneaj.._........... i:%)(............... 2
THE PelTJlOAK HERALD wants. aprintes. I 12:41........... .... : ......River Junction......... 5:1 .............. 2
Good pay and light,work.27novlwPf without WAN7ED-Two kitchen children.connected' ,I .to loan at lowest market rate I have a 5-room and hall I "WE SELL LOTS" : .................. .PM: Ar ....1acksonv1l1e.S ... Lv ..e.AMI tl51.I ..... ......." .p; '!

*-. ."TED-One wrapper; permanent position. G. M.. Care JournaL on real estate in this city cottage on East Hill one Thieseo Bldg Phone 9 I 8IPORSALE Trains 21 and Z2 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping! car between PenAl'

Chance for promotion Also sold. block from the car line in cola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard AIr Line.
extra clerks for holidays and Saturdayevenings. the Maient Tract west of "C'
Address Box 28. City. 2anov3t de. Must be In for sale. splendid condition. Has .Tralns stop on sIgnaL
cheap. Address, L. M. gas
f' :WANTED.-No. 1 cook for. bridge camp :: and
at :outh Esc&mbia salary $40. Ad- '.city'water.:: Lot 57 feet

dress J. C. Maxwell. Mulat. F!.. J6nov6t NURSE WANTS. front by125 feet deep.. I will
: _. tor. Call or address A N ARK
WANTED Mea to learn barber trade. street I Real Estate Agency sell for $100 down and the Gulf
Moler of colleges
TIle well known system
located In 22 .leading CIties. offer WANTED-Some one $85per
balance at$25p: month for the Gulf
for W. Q. of Mexico.
care and
practice careful Instructions,
: OF RENTS A lot ten lots block of New City -
tools diplomas and positions. Few weeks years old. Apply $1200. This is Certainly gets H
completes. :Money earned from start. Mrs. Win. Fisher SPECIALTY, a property. None better as an investment. and fishing season now on
Write for catalogue Moler Barber College bargain and it isjiyour chanceto beds within easy reach.
:New Orleans La. :4nov6t'WASTEDAt WANTED-Position as 206 Palafox St 1$550 LA.
_ _
assistant home You exceptional
bookkeeper buy a heap. advantages at *
once man or boy cook in work by young lady buys two three-room cottages renting for And all spend_part of the winter months
boarding house for 12 to 14 boarders. dress B. C.. Care cannot build the house for $8.00 per month. This as an investment
Apply at once to Mrs. IL L. Byrd. Paxton will net over 15 per cent.
Fla. 24novlm A.'iTED-FIve the money,. and I would not Leaves LANARK INN
tend the $1500for for Mobile I new management modern ace
VANTEhouse girL Apply 229 Thursday. November AND FURNITURE-Mat- sell it for a cent less for cash. Leave ; will afford special .attention to
North Spring street. ::::nov hall Barros orchestra. made to order and also reno- a pretty six-room home In most desirable for St. and fishing parties.
ticks furnished. New. and An Investment-In, the location in city on East Hill near Carrabelle

WANTED AT ONCE-A good cook at YOUNG LADY furniture modern Or an- car line. ..For by the Georgia. Florida &
S and sold. Davis )Manu/ac West King Tract in a finerenting Railway. Convenient schedu\t\
18 East Wright street. 20nov tion in
: or E .R. COBS, rates now In effect.
lit East Belmont .
Florida or South street. neighborhood I have General -

,- 'WANTED run a boarding white housefor party or ten parties.or twelve to Address CONKEY'S!: M. celebrated E. C.. REESE has fresh cut 34no flow two houses renting for $96 Co Ro Y AEGiER Lanark accommodations Fla. write LAN

saw mill laborers near Century. House hand Orders token for
free and good at wholesale. Address :. era cure, lice and .k'n. Phone 282. ISnovl special per year. The houses are in railroad rates etc.. writ.
B.. Century Fla. I6nov2w as an unexcelled J. H. McWILLIAMS.

wheat guaranteedand that will make a AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We first-class condition and good 200 Thiesen Building. Gen. Pass. Rgent.

S. Mellen & Co.. in our new quarters. 214 E. Will sell for Bambrldge Ga.EVENSVILLE
BOARD AND ROOMS.NICELY 334. entrance also at 215 Romana $650. Phone 686.
to do in
everything wagon List with
I e building and your property
WANTED-Position as : repairing: E.
FURNISHED ROOMS for: rent perinteraent or Phone 923.; City. 14oct. me for sale. FOR SALE.FOR &
with or without board. Table board. competent man. .
Phone gas and bath. No.3 Address J. W. RENOVATED-New tick W.
if desired.
Palafox.27nov Car- .
SALE Three-year-old '
Jersey cow
matting laid.
I up Leave and heifer calf. Can be seen at 1118 E.
WANTED-To rt'nt. a Watson Parker Reese Co's Strong street. 28novlw
J. W. Bullock Jr.Real '
ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms, Hill with t or 7 7Sep Offices- :
suitable for light housekeeping Use one year from date of FOR SALE-I second-hand safe 1 roll- Will
of phone and bath. Apply $5:!:! East dress Pensacola sallmaker, 718 Sout in States
and 1 all
top desk dray good condition -
Gddaden or Phone 897. 25novI camp street.stools Orders and taken house for tents cots, Estate and Mortgage Loans Apply H. F. DeBroux Warring- perience.T. DIRECT LINE TO

A1"TF.lAll kinds reasonable. 31Ja Room 302 Brent Building. ton Fla. 28novl "
15c d.ien. I iumuU.
'OR RENT Mcely furnished room in
good location.. Toung couple preferred of wine,. beers ana -McKlnxIe Ovtln FOR SALE-Two tickets north; good to .
.ApplY 815 East Gadsden. 23novlw manufacture that and retail ship crand- Phone 637 December 3. Address 616 East Gads .
medicine. Joe Roth den street.. Pensacola Fla. 28nov2t
and Government SU. grocers. Only first-class lioui and aft points in the
in city. Fair prices to alL a
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 FOR SALE-House and lot at 101S East 306
West Gregory street ISnovlm WANTED-At once a UPHOLSTERING SHOP-WI1_ FOR SALE.FOR Jackson street $1600. Apply to O A. and Northwest.
cottage. be
1013 East Jackson street, .
Proprietor. Furniture re- Dohlstrom, or Twenty yea,
JOR RENT-Two furnished front rooms neighborhood. Address of all kinds carpets laid. furni-: 818 South Palafox. iinovlm'FOR
for rent, suitable for light housekeep- nal. for shipping. Phone 13. SALE-A fine Jersey three-gallon
ing. Use of phone n.8Sld bath. Phone TAILORING-B. 1. Tampa landing. 22apr cow third calf in a few days. Apply SALE-One gelding horse. Apply Low Round-
89$; 810 East llnovlm Gent's 221 West Jackson St. 25novlt'' 1313. West Jackson street. Andrew

paired on clothing short -Tin, Copper and Sheet Mcllwain, Pensacola. 27no\Jt L. C. Rates to all Summer

FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room Government St.. : cornice work and sky- FOR SALE-Fine six-room cottage on
southern exposure second floor. Corner specialty; roofing guttering aDd East Hill; fine neighborhood high and FOR SALE-Small Iron safe. Price $%0. Tourist Points.
10th avenue and 12th street, near East WANTED-A.. B 109 East Government opera dry. House on two corner lots. Trees in Fisher Furniture House, 138-110 East I
Hill ear Una. llnov moving and, hauling. Phone 560. Residence yard. All modern conveniences. House Intend encia street. 23nov
all breakage. Phone new. Will sell cheap or exchange for Office and Hillman, S. 1.. Rogers,
1 I property near. In town. Address Mrs. A. FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies S Hours: 9
P. & T. A. .. General Agent.
BOOMS FOR RENT!: -:Nively furnished A1\"TED-The '. M, Care Journal. % nov and wagons. If you want a bar-
front room in quiet neighborhood.' Apply wants your gain in a second-hand vehicle" of any description ; Ind. Nashville. TeM
< 202 East Churcn street. I breakage guaranteed inning LODGE. FOR SALE-Strawberry plants. Bee. call or write W. E. Taylor. Chip- 0 Q Q Q C Q Q Q

llnOVw.1 Proprietor. Phone 878. muda grass for lawns and California! Icy Fla. 23novlm ..J.

.. FOR RENT-Rooms with or without I O. S & D. of St. L. prInts for hedging by Thos. McMillan. Frederick
board. Men only. Apply 11. West La- WANTED-AU kinds Council No. 1 and Bethl- Brent Fla. 2 nov FOR SALE OR TRADE-Seven H. P. Advertisements.NOTICE. .
I sell all kinds of wood mill; complete order. Will cut
Rua St. 7novlm'TWO !I and other *!-trical No. 2. Independent Order FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near twenty cords of wood per day terms to :5i'L
need me ring 545 o9 and Daughters of St. Luke, city. Part heavily timbered; part right party or will trade for stock or .
NICELY furnished rooms for rent. i New Star Laundry other property Address J. A. Donalson. to ; i
with without board of and 4th Wednesday nights cleared. Call phone 285; .or address 1102 312-314 Brent ; announce to my frlra
c= ; privilege bath
DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 23nov2w in
East Gadsden ISnovlm Pensacola! general, that I ha\
; and phone; convenient to car line. Address WANTED- month at their hall on Tarra business at Warrington -

; IJC:: East Gadsden street. 27octlmo scriptions wanted. If Intendencia and Ro- PANAMA. CANAL EDITION of The FOR SALE One fine wall Case 25 feet Bell who hag already !'TI
them to us: if in town D. Howard. F.. C. H.. Journal magnificently l Illustrate long, 8 feet high with ribbon case 10 WM. of the business. I als-! ,t
THREE UNFURNISHED-' ROOMS suitable 334. or bring them to magazine,. containing scores of views of feet long. separate. Will make fine display my friends for past pa '-" ,
Chase and Alcaniz Sts. H. Jones, Secy, No.1'Frank Architect
for light housekeeping for kind of merchandise.
: with privilege the city and harbor. For sale "t: all case any hope that they will I'tve": -
i of batft. Apply 222 West Belmont. Co. C. H., Stella Dawson, Secy. book stores or at The Journal office. By Apply to E. L. Reese, 17 North PaJafox20novlm. Office the same liberal patrona : ,-
2Soct noYlO-lmp mail. 20 cents. :Ilse t Phone 823. HARRY T. DeBit ,' X

Fla. Nov. 27, l1'
f Ji'OR RENT-Nemly furnished treat room FOR SALE-Large furniture wagon and FOR SALE-Light, fine healthy country _
... in private family southern exposure. FOR harness in good condition. Fisher Fur- raised turkeys worth 2.50.. but let goat OF PUBLICATION
I'e'trable neighborhood and near business TO LOAN. niture house 138 and 140 East Intendencia SI.85 each.' Apply to Nettle Oilier. of the Interior, U. ,J om '1
Use of bath, ami street. 9nov Mollno Fla. 17nov2w I"""
Center gas phone. FOR RENT-Six-room *. Fla. October: .
f. Apply to 432 West Gregory or phone 13 8. Hill Desirable is hereby given that CuT) T F1! >*
amount to lean FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Half
ISoctlmTLRVISHED money on FOR SALE Half-interest in one of the blockin : notice .)' '
: and dry. One block Pensacola Dyas. Ala., has filed
personal property on short best furniture houses in South Alabama.Reason New City near Bay View park; wil proof .
line' All modern meets to make final five year
.. .ROOM for rent. Apply 301 J.V.. Coons at easy.. Star Get Loan my rates before for selling to devote more timeto exchange for cottage or sell cheap if o'clock at of his claim. vb: Homt'stad F>;
Co.; mi taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley, HOt E.
W Chase street. 21oct Co. other interests. Call on or address W. over Pou's 33,312. made December t. I"!;' .
4novlra S. Sheppard. Florala. Ala. llnovlm Strong. 21novlm It Sect!''-i
Visiting >> E% of the NE i (or lot
FOR RENT-Two nice : 4 north, Range J4 west, nni
loan on good security Pensa
PERSONAL. East Intendenria FOR SALE-8 room house, good location. FOR SALE-$25.00 cash for Remington H. proof will be made before tl..
; fox and Tarragona. Company. 3 oct best water in the city. A bargain. Apply Typewriter in first-class writing order; of the Circuit Court. at Pensaco l

Real Estate Agency. LOANED on real estate and 9th avenue and 16th street. ISnovlm reason for selling* have... no use for same on November 30, 13W lIe name.
: here. Address .B, Care Journal
A PROMTVEXT AUTHOR says that property on short nolle Naomi ,Lod witnesses to prove his co:
CHICLETS are wonderful lumps of delight FOR RENT-A. R. J.'oj. Bullard. 2854 South FOR SALE-111 acres excellent pineappleand 21novlm Rebecca residence upon and cultivation nf
.. -so they are. room for rent St. Phone 1144 '. orange land. on. Jupiter river; excellent 8 o'clock in viz. Luke Flowers of B-:. '
or other goods. 104 market; close to railroad; three FOR S.-\LE-A pottery works with steam sisters Alabama; 3. W. Be-k of B ,
ragona street. Phone LEND TOUR MONEY at eight miles from ocean, some improvementshealthy : engine.. steam drying room, moulds, MRS .. Alabama Mallory Flowers ".
locality. Address J. E. Benefield. and everything complete for
0-- If you have any that you carrying on MRS. llA Alabama; S. S. **>*?" '
Aycock. Fla. Sam business together with the finest bed of
: '
= LOST. absolutely on. see safe me about it. It pottery clay in Escambia county. Located Alabama. W. O octltoa*.:..\
E. Brooks.on real estate FOR S.\LE-At a bargain. paying Furni- right in the city. Apply to or address :
I 462. ture business at 138 East Intendencia R P. Reese. 16septf
A. M-
S F. &
Pythias Lodge, No. 15,
1.:0ST-Female: setter puppy about 8 street. Address Box 325. City. 8nov : :
..... months old. Cams home Saturday and TO LOAN-Everybody borrows FOR SALE-10.000 acres round tImber Castle Hall. Special communication of C-..-
Jno. A. Hall and .
from & Co.. visiting
left again Sunday. Reward for return to LOCKHART HOTEL. I St. When in 1t v FOR SALE-Six-ton schooner. 36 fee land. 12,500 saw mill timber and saw attend. cambia Lodge >o. 13 F & '
; i need .W. A. Blount, Jr. 27novlw1XST new management over a bargain. Several C. J. M.. .
i nice rooms. Bath i copper fastened tight and in good condi- good farms and town properties evening. November 29th. "..
L lions. Special attention : LOANED on all kinds of per tion. with good sail and gear. A bargain. Write Gentry tt Setterbnd. Chipley Fla. ME. B. 7:30 o'clock.Vork fraternally in E. ....
i -Lock from watch fob. engraved Special rates to on short notice. Terms _King. & Runyan. 4novFOR 23sep third Visiting brethren BETJER.
W C. .M. Reward for return to 29 E. Rodgers. Prop. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romans. SALE AT BARGAIN-25.000- FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost Mehlen Rattvrd Han C. W. 11
Garden street 12 East street ,
: or Gadsden Ifeb & Sons'
piano in
35-horse handsome
;; street. Onov BROWN HOUSE- brick. one power engine 100 rosewoodrase. J. L. Secretary.
l Good beds. airy amount of money to loan feet 1-inch pipe. This engine Jus. tu A bargain. Piano tan be seen
free bath and sample I kinds of personal property. Sp'"- thing for a email saw milL Address Bo by calling at the Randy Kitrben. Io<;t. L NOTICE.
attention to traveling to business men on large 103 Pensacola Fla. 31octln Penstcola CREW '
per day. J. R. Brown New York Loan Ox. 204>4 FOR SALE and Immediate delivery one meets every Neither the Captain .
FOUND. automatic > of the Br;tss
::4 FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreedpo6ter. tandem compound center at the new nor Consln* S .. .
HOTEL SOUTHERN _._ Puppies $10 and $15. SIgned crank steam engine of about 150 ho *e- ctreets. V1 Boltonball. will be r .relble .-'
< ------- and two for debts contractthe *- 1
American Bagdad Kennels. Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm power. return tubular boilers, 'a Tited. B.
j. inches diameter by 1< feet of saM vesseL
torg For fuU crew
GRAY HORSE. white Special summer X KERLE.
spot in forehead. ,
respect. ADOPTION. FOR SALE-One well-trained thorough- particular apply Stone & Webster Buy.Cnrporalon. : A. J. blMMONTJS
and left hind leg white every
can .
Box 830. Pensacola 14ru TRANSIT CO.. Capta a.
lent Mrs. T. L bred English Pointer. Good pedigree >v
:k. Jiave same by pa>tng for this ad. Myrtle'S
XJrove Poultry Farm Myrtle Grove, The quality of
'.- :!! old. and one orphan baby boy 5 Jackson Square meet in
BAY HOTEL-Open Will be given for adoption to FOR SALEa-Forty acres lanfl well tim- Ccffee is guaranteed. If it does noSire Wednesday In the Jackson Square
I Fla.1 I I bered miles east of cup
ropean plan. Rooms parties. For particulars api good h use. Itt you perfect satisfaction Uvereigns
1 FOUXD-.Vn opportunity to .sell Transient trade Eagan Home or Mrs. Win. Olive. Fla Address. Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O your: : The only premium given U

f'.. L TS. by a live drufsk PaH'ox Jos. S. i ISnor Box, Uf. City. : Snovlm grocer will refund its cost. .. LESLIE E. of its quality

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:,0i p 0 SPECIAL -SALE\ : GEORGIA DOYS r _pDD ODD S SH, PPINGNEWS'i Arrived. -Yesterday.- r Witcher; .Zemurray. .; i.& .Co.'.,.l, .t' J"JJ t1

'. Cayo Largo. Br as, Davey 2228, Tam-
pico to Gulf Transit Co. .
OF Cleared Yesterday. Commission Brokers. : ; I
! i t Clara Menzcll Gu ea, Schatt, 23S5, for : ,
Buenos Ayres with 709 tons bunker coal. 1

0 0 Delta.Ger. Sailed sa, for Yesterday.Bahla Blanca. f Pensacola and New Orleans i -!:. :, j

i TIES FOR MEN AND BOYS I I Son of Judge Candler Had Alfred Menzele VESSELS Steamsmpa/Gr IN ss.PORT.Jorgensen, 1288 ''f 11 W. InUntUncia. 820 Common i.s l' J!f

Exciting Experience in St. Vincent. to H. Baars & Co. '
Boltenhall. Br ss, Simmons. 2337. Bre- Cotton Stocks Grain Provisions : {
men to Gulf Transit Co. : ;.
the Orient.Asa 1 Helsingburg. Swed SB, Schriel. 142S. f :, t
i Ilueha to flyer Bros. Y boughtand sold on margin orfor Investment. -4 "'1
We will offer tomorrow and' : Homburg Ger as; Mitthlown 14SS '. -,, ,,:. I i,
W. Candler, son of Judge JohnS. Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co.
. Clara Menaell, Ger as, Schult 2J55, Mobile ,i Out-of-Town Orders Given Special' Attention. :
: balance of the week 50 dozen 8 Candler who with Bishop Warren Has the merit that comes to CarT &: Co. c
A, Candler and Albert Thompson Lord.Stanley, Br as. Cunningham. 3056, if
only from high quality. An St. Vincent to Gulf Transit Co.Ships. ': Ji
three months
spent touring Japan
beautiful Direct Private Wires. No. t 'tt
four-in-hand Telephone 1173.
i ties i excellent that
a Korea and.China returning to Atlanta gin has won Avanti. Nor ship Anderson, 1648 Lon. : .;
yesterday talked interestingly of his don : >, i t
immediate favor. Invigorating to order.

: regular 50c seller, in every color : trip through the three countries says strengthening: and to Ferreira master. Port ship. Barros, 606 Lisbon .........................o........ 1................. ,J
the. Atlanta News. He his impression n
i imaginable your choice only i of the people, their gave characteristics has special value as a tonic. to Harbinger master. Rus ship, 1399. Algoa Bay i r

and the future of their civilization Ingrid Nor ships Dannell.. 1260. Ant ,

: i which is just taking on the All gnd dtalen sell it. werp Lena to, McK.Ital ship.Oertinr Tatsara.; Co.15S1. Londonto WAL.K1j:;
form of the western nations. Mr. order. A GOOD SID
0 Candler related two incidents when Bark

0 25 cents i he and his companion Mr. Thompson, "B& B"ATLANTA .Montevideo Afredo. Uruguayan to H. H- Thornton.bk. Maragas. 987.

came near having a riot performed AUtOS Swed bk Srensen. 1333. Durban .
for their benefit. Mr. Candler said: to master. .
.. .. "One day while we were visiting Andrea. Nor bk. Quale 114. Durban to Gives the most ordinary property an appearance of' substantial ': ; '
T Roy Anderson an old 'Georgia boy, Campbell. Nor bk. Hansken. 1100 value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest i '. i
: who is at the head of a big 0 price in China Albert Thompson and HICKS'CAPUDINE Charles .Racine Nor bk, Waage 158.Geno& edges to your property. :::,

0 Mr. Anderson set out to pacify some to master.Nor bk. Jorgensen. tS1. Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily "'(
I .
TH E M. & O. i iI Chinese who had beaten one of Anderson's Fleetwood to or er. best. Lasts longer costs less for repairs and adds an air of __ .
i Chinese servants. MMUUETUT CWtU to Hereford order. Nor bk, Jensen. 1SSO Rosario solid dignity and worth. .. J .
"Kill Foreign Devils." HEADACHESIrttto Heimdal, Nor bk. Hansen 1334 Hun We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar *tj
"They entered a tea house where to order. antee. May we estimate on yours? ,, ; .
I the Chinese had gathered and Mr. Anderson t COLDS Humberto Span. bk, 1111. Battle Havana &
CLOTHING STORE began talking the matter over Ia6t.12H.ora to order.Ingebiorg, 1250, East London
Nor bk Bid -
. 1t with some of the leaders.. The discussion ftUMtlft Jtkvtera to order. Pensacola Cement Stone Company c I
that followed grew rather Isabel Browne. Rua bk. LIndqulst 1231. : :
321-323( SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE (1155 : heated on the part of the Chinese and ,Hull to master. ;
Kink Oscar It Nor bk Johnson. 752. .
one fellow in the back of the room Florida and Alabama Rosario to A. Zellus. S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485.
i+...oe+.++....... +..+++...+ ...>.....++..........*. rose up and shouted "let's put an LiOn Nor bk. Aanonsen, 1030 Santos W ,
end to this matter and kill all the COMPANYManufacturers to order. Havana .
LAND Lluia. Uruguayan bk. Lopez 700 .
-- foreign devils"! It looked- as thougha to order. ( .t
riot was imminent Anderson and Lysglint, Nor bk Hansen 1332, Swakop-

Thompson got out of the place and and Dealers In of mund Maria to McK.Ger bit Oerting French&. Co U!!. Kings ,BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY t: ;t-
FOOT BALL !:.had three of the leaders arrested. master.
Lynn to
among them the man who had let out Marina :Madre lUl bk, .Sunonetta, W. T. BEDWE L. PRES. AND MANAGER. .
the cry which in China is considered AND KILN DRIED SAP. 146$, Genoa to order. Prepared to do aU electrical repairing! : on short notice Ring phone (70 ands 1 i.
Mecca. Nor bk Ellefsen. 195 Hamburgto representative will call. W., T. Bid well. President and Manager 205 S. Bajrlenrtreet. !h
enough Incentive:: to start a riot. Two A. Zellus 1.
PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL of the men were sent to jail for long Negpore Nor bk. Ojerfsen. 112S, East ,.
terms and the third given a hundred London to A. Zellus.Ollvari. .
VersusPENSACOLA ,lashes. MEMILLAN BROS.CO ltal bk, Costa, Genoa to or-
C.W.LAMAR President JOHN Assistant Cashiv.
King a Prisoner. der.Ophelia.. Nor bk Larsson, 1127. Bahia M.E.CLA6aTice-Presidealand Cashier. LW.ANDREWS.Assistant Cu4ieaTHE
HIGH SCHOOLTHANKSGIVING 'I "The Japanese have Korea by the ...burACTYREeJor tSTllI.s'w : Blanca to Gulf Transit Co.
i Panes :Nor bk .Johnson, 1319 Plymouth -
throat. The king of Korea is a pris
!onet. No one can see him without Superb, to, A.Nor Zelius bk Web* 1934 Antwerpto AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

DAY, r the permission of the Japanese and to r P 613 A. Zelius & Co. a
the Japanese he will no one Schooners.
spite see
Clara E. Randell. Am Kb, 863. Calbar- CF Pf ATSACOt*. r{LA'
.to whom they give the necessary per I :w: ien. Cuba, to J. A. Merritt &: Co.
Palmetto Beach, 3:30: o'clock p. m. mission. Denis Am sen. Eastman. 310. Havanato Opera House Building.
i "A Jap will rent a house from a: J. A. Merritt & Co. '
Donna Christina Am sen, McLeod. 1S5.Beliz .
!Korean pay him about three months to master. DEPOSITORY STATES.
No Tickets Sold at Park. Tickets taken up on !rent and then claim it as his own and ; Domira Br 8eh. Reddle 2001, St. Lucieto
the Korean must submit An American ( master. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. ,
Cars. Purchase tickets before boarding Cars. I who is in Korea. Freddie Heuckeu. Am sch. Bryant. 475. j
running a paper Havana to master. DIRECTORS. C :
;and is an anti-Jap sympathizer showed. Barkentlnes. ':
.A.d stslora.: SO Ots; me a closet in which were stacked : Beatrice Ital bktn Marchen Savona to Henry L, Covington Frank Rellly F. E. Brawner, J r

'pile upon pile of deeds to land that I master. J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar, ,,.t _
!had been taken by the Japs. He THANKSGIVING TURKEYS, POULTRY Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln, J.R. Sannder, :..
-a- !bought the papers from the Koreans' MARKETREPORtNAVAL EGGS, A ETC. E. M. POOLEY, A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton 0. E. Maura, ."T.'I ,
W.L Cawthon Dr. W.J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng a.
I at one cent each and hopes some day WHOLESALE COMMISSION DEALER
i to regain possession of the land for COR. CHASE AND DEVILLIER Alex rdtGowln, C. M.Covington, M. E. Clark. i., '- ':

Special Home CookedTHANKSOflVING I I the Koreans. STORES. STREETS. PHONE, 1211. flll) f q tnlt ties fcr net itJUC. J3.U) tad Ji 0 the year fiinte apartment a -, .
"Japan must become a manufacturing -
I Savannah. Ga. Nov. 27.-The natal, IB cuccclion for the convenience ot customers. : .
i country so limited is its agricultural stores market closed to-day as follows: Are you fond of good coffee? Try ; i f"
PIN E.R area.. In fact it is making won- \\"'\\ ................................6 90 Jackson Square, the celebrated French Four interest Paid Time Deposits.' ; r,
I II I percent on i
WG ............f.v..a:..............II 60 -
strides in that line. The land coffee. have it I
derful N ................... ...............6 25M drip Leading. grocers ;. ,t 1
I however is cultivated to its greatest '..?. a SO 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight tins. '
50 centsYou possibility. The system of irrigationis K ::::::::::::::::,..,::::::::::::::6 10 r t1
I perfect So valuable is the land I ................:...n.............4 37K :, < <-'- '
H ..........................4 15 to 425 .
that a man who owns four or five G ...........................395to400 ; ,I
invited to eat Thanksgiving acres is considered a well-to-do farmSer. F ..........................390t0395 I MUSCOGEE. It
are your K ................:.......3 87H to 3 90
D ................ : 82% to390C : : ;
dinner here. Everything home cooked. Japanese Pleasant ................"H....:.:".;...........3 85
"When you first come in contact 66& cents. Sptclal to The JournaL Level Headed
Home made pumpkin pies. Home made Spirits Turpentine ]
with the Japanese you are very much Muscogee, Nov. 27-Mr. Charles
Mince pies. Everything good.SOUTHERN impressed with them but the more The following Pensacola;Pensacola Cotton Market.cotton quotations Lenoir, of Montana, has been visitingin
yon see of their ways and intentionsthe are furnished P. OConor & Muscogee the past -Reek, the guestof
less you like them. They are Co.. r. O. B. btro e PensacoU, his cousins. Dr. and Mrs., J. D.

HOTEL imitative to a high degree' but it is in Good Florida middling: .......................10>4 Trammel !Realize the importance of a bank account. It .: i
a sense superficial !ney bow and Strict middling ......................10s Mrs Edmund Fox and Mrs. :Massey, in Ffi':
the conduct of businessit
EAST GARDEN STREETEankrupt I smile to you and are very pleasantbut Middling ..........,..................10'>4. of Pensacola, spent several days in is indispensible !
as soon as you leave they cofise Strict low middling .................9'% Muscogee last week the guests of affords absolute safety for funds and >
all for interests. Low middling ....:................... J14 your : r .
caring at your Mrs. T. L. Bayer. '
=- "The Korean is lazy and good natured New York Cotton Future Miss Ola Mullins is attending Mas- is of inestimable value in the payment of ; :!r '

He makes no effort tQ work New York. Nov. 27.-Cotton Futures sey's business college in Montgomery.Mrs. bills by check at home and outside the city, .: .-
because he knows that if he earns opened steady. November 10.85 bid; E. G. Bonifay and sister, Mrs. .
anything more than it costs him to December 10:43: January. 10.6S. March. Jeff Larkins, left Saturday to spend and payment and transfer of moneys costing i r : I i'i :

Sale live the Japs will take It for them- bid 1079; ;July April, 10.10 92..85 August: May,,1089 offered; June 10.85.1088 Thanksgiving with their parents Mr. you nothing whatever while on the : -: ,:. :
selves. He is as polite as the Jap and Mrs C. L. Wheat, at Milton. .
and Is much more sincere. The climax of a good meal-a cup Miss Susie Hargis of Pensacola. other hand the checks given you by others .j 1

"We spent most of our time sight of Jackson Square Coffee. Ask your visited her cousins, Mr. and Mrs, E. are collected without expense to you. '
Dec. 10 at 11 seeing. Leaving Atlanta on July 18 grocer for a free sample. G. Bonifay, last week. i 1
Monday a. m.
we went by way of Seattle and sailed Miss Nellie Washburn of Louisville Don't be without a Checking Account. 1
for Japan. We spent several weeks WHY NOT TAKE Ky., arrived in Muscogee last Satur- :
I visiting Yokohoma Tokio the capital, day. She holds a position as teacherin t
All the stock, furniture and fixtures of the and many other Japanese cities. One THANKSGIVING DIN- school No. 16 at Muscogee. Miss j'

I of the most interesting trips we made Washburn was recently maid of hon-
estate of Hoist Bros. bankrupt at, the north was up into the mountains and to a NER or for her sister; Miss Irene "Wash-
big active \"olcano-one of the two ERN HOTEL AND burn, who was married o n Nov. 15th FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF :

:east corner of Baylen and Zarragossa streets, valves largest of which Japan are called which means the safety that AVOID TROUBLE OF in ton Louisville H. Mabry, Kentucky of Tallahassee.Miss to Judge. Mil rl

'Pensacola Fla. Each article to be sold their continual eruptions prevent any PREPARING ONE AT Bessie Patterson leaves PENSACOLA. FLA.
sepa great eruption that would bring de- HOME\ ? Wednesday to visit her sister at Century
struction. and to attend the Thanksgivingball Designated 1 Depositary I of the United States. i
rately. For further information, apply to "We went then to Korea spending given there. + '.1 I
several weeks there and then to Real Estate Transfers. Mr. Ed Hall and family from Moline
ALFRED MOOG W. H. Knowlea. President W. K. Mist, Jr., Vice-President and C&ihler.Tbos. 'J :
the evidences
China. saw moved to Muscogee.
Everywhere we
have recently
Following !s a list of the real estate W. Brent Ant Cashier. W. N. Robert. Asft Casbler. l
of the western clv ii- wilt be held heroThanksgiving
oncoming transfers recorded Saturday, furnished by Union services Dlr.ctors-F.C.Brent. W.A.mount, W. H. Knowles. W. K.Hjer Jr.. 1, ;,
Trustee. zation. The Chinese have not begunto evening. They will be ,t
the Pensacola Abstract: Co.: D. G. Brent. .j r !
like it as yet-In fact when the DEEDS. conducted by Rev. Moore of Roberts.

street cars start to running in Shanghai Pensaco'a Development &. Cons. Co. to Services will open with exercises giv- .qi 4 4 4I
there will be a not On our return Harry Kahn-Lot 25 in block 1S4.; lot 20 en by the Children's Sunbeam Society.Mr. .
we stopped by Honolulu and in block 143.; lot 13 in block 4, lot 21 in and Mrs. J. H. Patterson and 1 1City'
DEPOT LOAN OFFICE.All 1 in block 34.; lot 7 tn block 1 > i
from there sailed for America." biocklJlot 44; lot 10 In kiosk-lots; lot J3 blocks 78.lot; two little sons John A. and Edgeston I oDenomination Pensacola Improvement Bonds ;4 t
lot 1 in 22 in 95; spent Friday and Saturday in Pensa- i Hi
kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, Which Is best? Feel bad. have a 18 In block 99:19 a In block 1;%. lot 1* cola the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Angus II000.00 each." Dated January lit, 1908. Maturing January fit, .i" !
dull headache and be disgusted with in block 10+: In block 108: lot 9 in 1936. Redeemable Jan. lit 1926. Interest Payable fnl-Annually. .
Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money ?life, take a few doses of L. L. L. block tt!: lot :: in block 113. lot 9 In McMillan. WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR ALE, ..
or block 117 lot 12 in block MS. lot 6 In Mrs. Lee Gary who has had chargeof IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. ; ,
loaped on personal propertr.Ve handle all kinds of (Lamar's Lemon Laxative) and feel block 120;;lot S in block 124. BBeaeh Haven the hotel at Muscogee, has recently

Jewelry, both new and second-hand. Don't forget. your nothing natural else self that? causes Its your such liver a feel-and Tract THANKSGIVING-J700.00. TURKEYS_ POUL Roberts.moved The back hotel to her Is now old in home chargeof at The Peoples Bank of Pensacola, -i fi. t

J I. F. Clement, IDS THE East WATCHMAKER Wriglit Street ing.All L.druggists L. .L.. cures.oOc. TRY WHOLESALE EGGS, &.COMMISSION ETC. E. M. POOLEY DEAL-, Mrs.Mr:and Eugene Mrs Whatley MaL Henderson.will entertainthe Pensacola, Fla. : 1 1u .

-- --- Children's Sunbeam Society at \
DEGREES, MINIMUM 59 DEGREES PHONE 1211. her home on Thursday Smith afternoon., a colored J :i .
I The maximum temperature in Pen- man, who has been employed for a -.

i How Our Acme Double Flint }.. 1 sacola yesterday was 78 degrees at 2 States number Lumber of years Company by the dropped Southern dead PENSACOLA :: ?

Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels p. m, at while 7 a.the m.minimum Last year was on 59 the degrees FREQUENTLY from heart failure here.while Just working two with days A General Banking Business Conducted on 1 Safe and Conservative :iifi: l' .
the carpenters
Basis .
Is made from the best Wool Felt. = : same date the maximum was 78 degrees GET COLLARSThat after this another colored man Jim q ;

Saturated' rubber-like: and coated(densely under compressed a new process) Rooflns with Felt.Asphalt y and the minimum 60 degrees. are covered with Jordan ended his life by shooting him- Correspondence Soliclted--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. t I.; l' i
,atal on both sides with Silicate:. ,' self In the head with a gun. i iLumberTbatWon'tShrink iJ...
Resists the action of vapor acids and fire. V EVERYTHING SERVED other laundry marks-

Tlit\oi attested roofing by that neat never or cold.leaks. IN SOUTHERN HO- they've been the rounds. There >Is no Reason. -

Easily affixed.he Jill why your baby should be thin and
'' experience of twenty years proves It to be the best TEL IS DANDY AND When they start comingto fretful during the night. Worms are I

Put ready up In Roofing rolls 32 on inches the market wide and 40 feet 6 Inches lone GOOD AND HOME PRE- the Star they just naturally the cause'of thin sickly babies. It .
containing 108 square feet, wrapped in heavy casing w' PARED EVEN is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe
APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. TO THE keep coming, for fat and sleep welt If your baby

FRUIT, JELLIES AND it's headquarters for does not retain Its food don't experiment .
3Ply, 80 Ibs. per rolj, complete. PRESERVES.Jackson satisfaction. with coifs- cures and other medicines If you have a job that requires real dry lurn'f;

2-Ply, 70 Ibs. per roll, complete. laundry but Vermifuge try a bottle and you of will"White'sCream soon :ber: ,the'.kind that won't shrink, ask for our /i'

1-Ply 60 Ibs. } complete. Square Coffee stands for The Star Steam see your baby have color and laugh kiln-dried product. : -
per roll, quality put up in 25c 50c and $1.00 should. Sold by an druggist special :
Samples and Full Particllars Free. OF air tight tins. It pleases others. Why as it

Also' 3. 2 ana ] Tarred Roofing Paper. Sheathing and r not try !t? Laundry
Insulating Paper'Carolina k, The best for the moneyJacksonSquare :
Mill Companyr
Home-cooked Thanksgiving 37 E. Garden SL Phone 114 Coffee. Put up in air tight Sounders ,
Portland Cement Co., L 2 and i pound tins. Absolutely Phono 717. 21 east Canto. Stroat.
Dinner at the Southern Pensacola, Fla. guaranteed to satisfy the most fastidious -

Atlanta, Ga. Hotel. You are invited. taste. J :

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.: GUIlTY WEREENTERED .,_. Seasonable

Related Some of His INFORMATION I m -- Sweaters

t Experiences in the Q

: All the goodness of making and material Arctic Seas. Hat Happiness

that,has been possible to crowd into 'a Shirt ,
NOW 8EIN Shirts in Smart
s Society
is here.: That means HAS BEEN IN GEORGIA DURING In the Criminal. Court Yes-

THE SUMMER AND IS NOW EN terday Leaving Only a S-J-e: : >:oo-m:

f: THE 'WINTER LEFT LAST 222 S. Palafox.
We've not confined ourselves to one style or I More pleas of guilty were heard in

NIGHT. UD the criminal court yesterday, Judgs =
pattern. Everything that is good form is
the docket
Regarding the Titles to the Beggs presiding, and
here-50c to $2.50. 'which was already light was clear
Capt. Augustus E. Folger. know as Naval ReservationLand. Ito a considerable extent. There edd
"Whale Oil Gus" by reason of the fact only one jury trial during the day
that he has spent most of his life on I that was in the case of G.' H. JIcKln-

: whaling vessels in the artic ocean, TOP non. colored who was convicted of 1
We wish you all a pleasant Thanksgiving, and extend where he had experiences which but ,, N I carrying concealed weapons, but who

our thanks for the biggest business of our his- few ever live to. relate was in Pensa-- has not yet been sentenced.
cola yesterday. He came from Georgia Before passing upon the question I Seven negroes who were arrested in BUY
tory.: where he has been spending the raised by attorneys in the United I i a raid Saturday night, entered pleas -
summer and left last night for New States court regarding the jurisdictionof I 10f guilty to gambling, and fines of
Orleans where he always spends the the tribunal over the naval reservation $10 to 520 were imposed according Wbiseri'f
winter.. !I I land,. Judge Charles Swayne willobtain RYE to the number of times that

He told a Journal representative at i;I some information from Wash- they had previously) been arraignedupon That has the y.
I ington i as to where the title to this
the union depot yesterday afternoon this charge.
that he came to Pensacola for the purpose -;,I land; rests. Leona Kelly 'pleaded guilty to as- reputation
: THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists of viewing the harbor the wreck- It is known that the government obtained FER 1NAXDwESTAFJMERetsoies sault 'and battery and was fined $10 :J

age of the recent storm and to be the land long before Florida ClNtINIllATI.O. LOUISv1Lt E.rtY. ST.l05t7Rrt0 I and costs or 45 days and Andrew, for Purity.
able to make the statement that he was ceded to the United States, but I Tate and Nettie Haynes entered :

in Men's and Boys' Wear had been In every state in the union, it Is the desire to obtain from Washington I picas of guilty to lewdness and were' -'Itbjustaseasytose-
for be had hitherto been in all but ] something definite as to whether KNOWLES BROS. i fined 510 and costs or 45 days. I'I'i
Florida. any portion of the land was transferred Among the most important cases to i cure the pure articleforttesamemoneythatyoa%1
Phone 225 205.207 S.
To The Journal representative later to the state. When this Insurance.FIRE be disposed of during the day was I v&
Captain Folger related a number of information' is obtained the court will I that of Jim'Forest, alias "Candy Jim"I
for the adulterated
his experiences while following the pass'upon the questions raised. who Killed a negro named BusterYoung I pay
life of a whaler. He says he was born An Attorney Fined. General Agents of in a saloon at the corner of De- Pure Whisky is what you

in Nantucket 58 years ago, and ran Yesterday morning Attorney Wiggins The EquitableLIFE Villier and Zarragossfc streets nearlytwo want, ask for > J* ** J *
T1m m away from home when a boy and went of Florala, who had been summoned ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW I years since and who escaped %
OOJt8. on the whaler Mount "Walalston to the to Pensacola to tesufy in thepeonage YORK. from the officers; at the time and went I "JESSE'DOORE"
artic seas. He continued in this' life' cases, appeared before the 309 South Falafor StreeLWANTED to Birmingham. There he was arrest-I I '
until recently having attained the, crank an attachment having been issued : ed for train'riding and given a f, "AA"
of captain and his last two voyages for him. The attorney gave his six months in the coal mines and, N. COLORING
I WORKINGMEN I one of four years duration and excuses for not appearing when fins, f when he had served this time he was i(, DISTRIBUTOR,
the other of three years were made moned, and was fined f 20, not quite as held for the local authorities. i I i PENSACOLA, FLA.
as master. much as the cost of serving the attachment Recently he was given a prelims i
m Captain Gus said yesterday that He will remain In the city Everybody to Have Their ary hearing and held upon the chargeof Handled Exclusively by-
among his other experiences he had to testify in the peonage cases which Feet Treated, andDo manslaughter ana yesterday he I I THE GEM SALOON,
I "' been In seven wrecKs and four mu- are to go on trial today.ORGANIZE went before the court and entered a
Have you heard of "Hickory Calf, m tines, and had with him a knife which not limp around town looking pale plea of guilty. He was sentenced to Riera & Schad, Props.
= w had been used by a Norwegian saor! With nails corns on your toes and ingrowing, serve sixteen months, but as the I'!I

i the old genuine calf skin tanned by a in one of the mutinies when the ( TOPROTECT Bunions on; your feet and warts on your negro had already been in jail ten
; second mate of the bark Maria was nose. months this was deducted from the

killed. In 1871 his vessel and thirty-!I Where You surely can great you go ease to will find gain repose, ? I sentence leaving only' six months tbe 0 I BOOKSHere ((J) ((J)
which makes I
I new process it absolutely y! seven others were lost in the Arctic' JEWSCHICAGO For Dr. Herman removes them without served.
E ocean in one day and he with other|I I pain. i

lit impervious to water and as soft and ., members of the crew spent five days I f]I I I Room 301, Brent Building. TAKE THANKSGIVING are some samples of my WitS
i e on an iceburg before they were resa !In sets:
cued, nearly dead. At another time ASSOCIATION WILL DINNER AT THE Macauley Dickens, A Conan Doyle.
II pliable as a vici kid? We have a ;i!I he was on the lookout at the mast FIGHT "JEW BAITING" BY JIf : : : .:. : : :.. SOUTHERN HOTEL ONLY cloth Verne,binding.five volumes S3 per! to,set.ech set, naif ,

head and fell 160 feet to tne water PANAMA Gibbons' Roman Empire, five \oium--s
i below, and floated about for fourteen VIGILANCE COMMITTEE tit titw SI per N'LCooper's
:, splendid line of Shoes made of this I hours before he was rescued. <- -. : MEAL EVER SERVED IN per set. Sea Tales, five volumes. Slat

One of his most harrowing experiences METHODS.,. Cooper's Leather Stocking Tales, !,-.->
t leather with rock oak soles however was when the boats, Special to The JournaL volumes. J4.60 per fft.
genuine gf By Associated Press.
from his vessel harpooned a 120-bar- Chicago, Nov. Denouncing the Panama City Nov. 27.-\York on the I Thackeray ten volumes $11 per -et
rel whale and, were towed outside of
ii unlined to sell for $2.50, $2.75 and $3 I| the fleet of whaling ships, a distanceof rants" and Chicago justice[ as "ridic now being pushed as fast as STEAMER WRECK Temple Shakespeare, forty >0' ,t', .- '
possi-I ,
about five hundred uiilea. He says ulous," the recently formed, Hebrew ble. Track is laid three miles limp leather book$%6 per set
Traveling agents cannot'T s.
y pair. Come and let show W E f there were six men In the crew Including 1 Protective Association}announced last Cottondale and a large force of met: I Cleveland, Nov 27.-The Canadiansteamer with the above figures. I have t' .,
I us you. the captain and after eight night its determination to abandontheir is employed on the work. I Jones is reported wrecked in works dearer.In other editions some cheaper 11

I days without food they decided to 1 appeal to the police department The grading crew is hustling matters Georgian Bay and ,twenty lives lost some
draws lots to see who should die and i in cases of "Jew'baiting" and,conduct A number of bodies have washed
WATSON PARKER & CO. be eaten in order that the others i its fight by vigilance committee twelve miles south of Cottondaleand ashore at Collingwood HARRY T. HOWLAND,
AREESE |i might live. It fell to the lot of the i methods. new men are being employed as
r I son of Captain Peter Pollard, of Nantucket Details of the association's plans fast as they ,can be. secured. Every SUPT. SEMMES Manager De Luna Book Store,
EVERYTHING TO to lose his life, and he was: were reported to the Jews of the effort will be made to double the force De Luna St. Phone 1491.
killed and furnished fool for the other :..u 4. Hn..t. .- RETURNS HOME -
4fJl-.tltJ five until they were rescued. Otherexperiences : Auditorium. Neatly a quarter of -
Mr. Ben. W. Stelle rice-president
of the whaler and ,adventurer I the audience was made up of alleged :
NNNNNNI........ ..... ...............t1N.NN N were equally harrowing. victims of the rowdyism. and assistant manager and Mr. Neal, TURKEYf
Captain Gus says that he is a Some had their heads swathed in chief engineer, at the head of a sup. FROM AN INSPECTION OF STREETCAR
nephew of ex-Secretary of the Treaaver bandages.1 Others limped or carried[ veying crew of ten men arrived in
:'I I GAS HEATERS SAVE FUEL I It Folger, who served under President i crutches. Panama City Saturday evening. They SERVICE OF MEMPHISAND

Arthur, and although he had no i The association is preparing to conduct advise that it will be their permanent OTHER CITIES. SHOW
1 education, leaving home when eleven i i a campaign almost wholly independent and
line that for the last milesit
They save fuel, starting and stopping, save waiting years of age, he speaks nine different: ; of the city authorities. A pr twenty O.: J. Semmes superintendent of .
: save discomfort, save doctor; bills. Regulated : languages fluently, and is altogetheran ate detective force is to be organized, as be.Permanent near. an air line as it could transportation for the Pensacola Electric
interesting character. Accompanying ;a medical staff will be formed and a
Co" returned yesterday from
f :. same as a lamp and there's no waste. : him is his little friend "Little Mon legal department will collect evidence stakes will be set from Memphis where he went some days and see the fine
day" who bears the distin con of being ;and conduct prosecutions. the bay in Panama City north so that
ago on a trip of inspection to acquaint
r i THREE TWENTY-FIVE i the only boy of American parentage 'More than twenty cass: of Jews Injured grading end. Station can be contracts commenced will from be this letto himself with the latest street car im turkeys and inspect my
born on a whaler and who has or robbed were laid before the provements and the most Improved
f been with the captain since his birth. executive committee various parties to push the work. market and
+ of the association services. He not only made a stayin up-to-date
.. From this time West Florida will
puts a good one into your home. Will be glad to : Regarding whales the. captain says i last night. hear of the rapid on development of this Memphis, but visited several other
: that there are twenty seven specIes.but southern cities with a similar
talk purpose
d to you about it.Pensacola. : new deep water port and railway grocery.
of these In view.
only one has teeth an.1that ;
A minal. It is such a level country
+ 0 is the'sperm whale, the othersbaving How's This? twenty-five to thirty miles north ter-I I Supt. Semmes says his trip was of
i> v whalebone, and says ,that he We offer On Hundred Dollars Reward here that the track work can great advantage to him and he gathered J. F. Rhodes,
: has seen as much as $5,000 worth of[ for any case of Catarrh that cannot be finished will up some ideas which he proposes
rapidly. It not be long
Gas Company : bone taken from the mouth of one cured by. Hair Catarrh Cure.F. before we will hear the whistle of a to put into effect in his work here forth comer Government and
whale. O. I I improvement of the Pensacolasystem.
Phone 148. 24 and- 27 E. Garden We. the undrrsigned. have Known F..1. locomotive. Baylen Streets.
Street. He that in
OO "The throat of a whale Is verysmall Cheney for the last 11: years and believe Green and Hogeboom artificial stone says many re
.N1NNNfN........$......6....Nt1NN9NNN...: ," continued the captain., "I have him perfectly honorable in all business works now have four thousand blocks spects this system compares favor Phone
"' .,.. transactions and financially able to carry I ably with any he has seen, > 343.
---- -- although
------- -- seen a whale so large that twenty-five out any oMijratirns made by his firm. completed, and will at once start ion n
persons could stand in its mouth, buta WALAI: G. KINXAN & MARVIN. I several contracts for buildings they of course the requirements here are
Wholesale Druggists" ; Toledo. O. not as great as in the larger cities.
man's have hand.
fist could not be shoved down on
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
I the throat. acting directly upon the blood and mu- I The new frame office for. Mr. G.I SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES .
! I "Then how did the whale swallowJonah cons surfaces of the system. Testimon l1\I. West general manager Gulf Coast OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
r"r"GRACEFUL W I lab sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle t f rDevelopment Co. has just been for ,
? asked the reporter, bold: ; by all druggists. com- Agent Diebold Safe and Lock o,0.
I j "A whale didn't swallow Jonah," Take hall's Family Pills for ronstlpapa I I pleted opposite: the Panama hoteL READ ALL THIS Office and Salesroom Canton-Ohio.20 E. "Gav rt:
tlon. This will .
I quickly replied the mariner. "The ( serve as temporary quarters
'Lord prepared a fish to swallow i until their new office building is fin-

[Jonah. Yes, a whale's throat Is very Ished.j YOU NEVER KNOW THE MOMENT
small, and its eyes are about the size j| C. W Forbes, of Cromanton; has WHEN THIS INFORMATIONMAY
: j I of those of while YOUR .just built and equipped the first telephone
get the tip end of your" finger In the I line from Panama City two VALUE.
'miles,and a half around the bay shore
f' siJiir I ear."And Ask him to send you :to the, residence of ,Mr. G, ). West It is worth'considerable to any citizen
I might tell you something ;,The half circle of white painted; poles of Pensacola to know how to be
else about a whale" he continued., "It lock very attractive. cured of painful annoying and itchingpiles. --
4 I{r doesn't lay eggs like the fish, but Mr. :Marian Jenks, who recently re- Know then that Doan's Ointment
gives birth once every nve rears, and 'JacksonSquare" j signed! : his position with the 'Frisco is a positive remedy for all itchiness -,
I'suckles) its young the same as a cow. Railroad at Ft. Smith Ark. has ac- of the $skin for piles eczema !;
"Yes, I leave to-night for Xew Ort etc. One ;
Not I icepted a position as private secretary application relieves and
at only graceful, but the j t'leans," continued Whale Oil Gus. "I !to Mr. G. "M Wpst soothes. Read this testimony of its j
acme of'perfection in > obtained a lot of views of Pensacola I- Mr. Elias Ayars, architect, has erected merits: j,
i : makeup j r i taken after the hurricane! which 'I will I I a temporary frame office on his H. E. Powell, machinist by trade and' j
and cloth. Buy for i i add to my collection." :business lot on Harrison avenue. residing on West Government StJ,
now .
(Java Blend.) w Mrs. W. W. Green, of the Panama says "I was a sufferer from itching l CARRIAGES
r. Thanksgiving, with the Kup- | THURSDAY NOVEMBER hotel, met with a painful accident this I piles for more than seven years and I ,
l 29 IS THE DATE OF i week. In starting the engine In her nothing I could get seemed to nelp. SURREYS,
penheimer Label, $16.50 to COFFEE (launch the starting crank suddenly I me. I suffered both day and night and I
THE GRAND reversed, breaking her BUGGIES
THANKS- I am near the ,it was impossible for me to get to' ,
wrist. I.
$27. GIVING DANCE AT I sleep on account of the terrible suSea i
This Coffee Blended to Mr J. O. Richards, of Sneads, Ff ; ing. When I read about Doan's WAGONS,
: OF A. HALL. DON'T Suit You., I arrived this week and will 'at Oint'
ment. I thought I
: Stetson Hats $3.50. .... open a first class barber shop. I would try it and HARNESS
i MISS IT.TESTIMONY. If It does not, please you, return I Thompson BroS. saw and procured a boX; It cured me completeS -
Beacon it to Your i f I cannot praise highly enough RUNABOUTS,
Light Shoes $3. your' grocer. [I mill is now running full capacity. !land
? INGILLETTE money refunded. Every can [taming out lumber of all sizes. They recommended it to more from $37 to $150.
'will now I than a score of friends during!
guaranteed by us. I have a capacity of twenty } the past _
f s TRIAL three months '
and I know of
thousand one friend
t feet of sawed and dressed i i i
: Co. lumber a day. who used It lor eczema on his hands I See our line of BUGgies before

Herkimer BY, Associated N. Y., Nov.P-.q.: .-Four or Importers Coffee Work<< : has begun on the new build I'and be has since told me that it cure buying as we haven
: five doctors who performed the autopsy ling to be occupied: by Panama's new him promptly and fffectively. I n -, the largest stock and best
H. 0. ANSON I on the body of Grace Brown\ testified 1- Limited.. 'weekly newspaper. It will be a frame hesitatingly Doan's' recommend a trial of I prices.
r I I for the state to-day la. the Gillette New Orleans, La. building with an artificial stone front Ointment to anyone Buffering 1
* trial. The contract has been let and work: from any .itching skin disease. I fell''
rt t will commence at once on the new confident that they will not be disc J
wordy war resulted from the;: effort -
CASH CLOTHIER of the school> building. It will have a seating pointed in the results obtained. J an6on rdrf

190Th duce evidence district that the attorney body: ofa to; intro child' The Lewis Bear Co. furniture capacity and of a five fifty hundred pupils. School pound cents.For sale Foster-Mllbnrn by all dealers. Price 50 I l-f )

:4 HOUM Copyright of Kupp.ntihn.. Corner P a I a f ox. and MaimL was autopsy taken, but from the Grace evidence,Brown was at admi the-!,, Pensacola, Fla. bell Mr.have AL been Hogeboom ordered., formerly wit h" :New States.York,sole agents. for Co.the Buffalo.United!r ,,-

ted.Dr. j DISTRIBUTERS. 2 I the Pensacola Journal Is Remember
building a the 1
Douglas identified the body.. -2 residence opposite Panama park. otherj nd i .

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