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 29, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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

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I five Hundred Men in Jeopardy -I GILLETTE ON

in Salvation Army Son Killed by Father Exhaustive Investigation He Confirms, in EveryParticular During the Proceedings

the Report Upon Which President Wednesday.:1_ :

Lodging House. STAND IN HIS '
By Associated Press. I' Roosevelt Acted.By -c,
Sneads, Fla., Nov. 28.-Thomas '
Yon was fatally I Judge Swayne Will Hold :,a. j
stabbed last night by his father Higdon Yon who intoxicated
Becoming Panic Stricken was Associated Press. only carefully disseminated misinformation '
and who was beating his wife when the son Brownsville, Texas Nov. 28.-Gen- can account for the misappre -- ONBEHALF Regular Session of <,

Many Jumped From the interfered eral.A. B. Nettleton. of Chicago, former hension. Court ::'
The assistant secretary of the treasurywho This statement probably- constitutesthe To-Day. -
V/indows to Street.FIRE father stabbed the son with a. knife under the at the request of the citizens most conclusive and damning in- _

heart, then split his wife's cheek and tongue.' committee of this city In view of the dictment ever brought against soldiersof
Young Yon died this and fierce criticism following the discharge ,any race wearing a uniform and Alleged Slayer of Grace, SEEMING LACK OF INTEREST NOTICEABLE 4'.
WAS morning Higdon Yon was of negro troops, has completed -wielding the weapons of a civilized ON
DISCOVERED BY arrested and is in jail at Marianna. an exhaustive investigation the government f Brown Claims She Committed THE PART OP --rt

WATCHMAN BEFORE WARNING tragedy of August 13 in his report to The statement continues: "The negro ALL DIRECTLY CONCERNED IN -
i I the secretary of war confirms! in every troops were treated with consider- Suicide.
COULD BE GIVEN TO SLEEPING particular the conclusion reached by ation, the'same as in the north, but THECASEATBARJUDGELJI. i.

OCCUPANTS OF BUILDING- FOURTEEN KILLED ANDTWOTHOUSAND the two army officers upon which the the conduct of the negroes was often REEVES CONDUCTED EXAMINATIONS 4
president took action. He says that aggressive and insolent"Special

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ACCUSED MAN INTO Eight witnesses were heard yester
Associated Pesa. day In the'United States court In the -
:- Louis Nov. 28.-Four men were Indicted Upon 72 CountsBy PHYSICAL AND MENTAL case of W. S. Harlan, Robert Galla.
". ed to death and probably thirty- On Surface and Elevated I WRECK FOR THE TIME BEING. gher et al of the Jackson Lumber -

were injured in a fire early to- WOMEN fOUGHT "Co., of Lockhart Ala., on the charg

f Lighthouse that practlcaly destroyed the Lines in Chicago Since ASsociated'Press.. Commissioner of Corporations Smith, ,of conspiracy to commit peonage, an<| -
Hotel conducted by the St Louis, Nov. 23.-The federal :the testimony adduced was practical -
Salvation Army, at the northwest January 1. grand jury to-day returned two indictments of Washington, it Is asserted the Indictments I By Associated Press. ly the same as that given at the trial I
corner of Ninth and I : Herkimer, 1Y.. NOT. 28. With
Market streets. with a total of seventy-two are based upon facts discovered L which concluded last week with the
More than 500 men Mere asleep in NEGROBRUTEFor counts against Waters-Pierce Oil by James R. Garfield commissioner bowed head unsteady gait and weep conviction of W. S. Harlan C. C., Hilton ; p'.,
the building when the fire was discovered tag Chester E. Gillette'presented a and S. E. Huggins. At the
the RECORD GAVE IMPETUS TO CRUSADE Company! charging ,the accepting of corporations, and published con
greater number of elusion
being on otf spectacle physical. and mental exhaustion of the day's session the court U
the rebates in violation of the Elkins in the 'annual report of last : -
second and third floors. All be- AGAINST CROWDING OF [i when he was released from was adjourned until 9:30 o'clock thi(
came panic stricken and before the i In a statement prepared fI by Deputy May. the witness box at 6 ,o'clock to-night, morning when, notwithstanding that -, pit

firemen arrived and could stretch nets CARS WHICH IS BEING WAGED- Twenty Minutes to Pre- where for seven hours he was a witness is a legal holiday, the triai will hi -
many had jumped from the upper windows i in his own behalf on the charge I continued. f_ .
and were picked up, crushed NUMBER OF PASSENGERS PER vent Tried to Stop Investigation -I of murdering Grace Brown. At the beginnnlng ot.1e cesslof! -,--
and unconscious on the street below. AssaultLYnchingPossible
Surrounded by a great mass of dr. yesterday morning District AttorneJ : 4
have not been Identl1 -
,cumstantial evidence of guilt he underwent addressed the jury on b; -
>(1 as their bodies were burned to a at Hot Into Utah Coal Land Frauds i a terrible fire of cross exam-'half of the government stating th{ t

i ISP: ination and merciless questioning, in nature of the charge and reading th( ,. '
The following is a partial list of the By Associated Press. I indictment .
Springs.By rehearsal of the story ol how his to the jury. tje was fo( '.;
(lsuaIUes: Chicago Nov. 2S.-A record of four- Associated Press. F. Pollock lowed by Judge L. J. Reeves on be -
The dead I By chief of the Interior department sweetheart died moving to the stand ,
; Four, unId ntified. teen persons killed and 2,171 others Salt Lake City, NOT. 28.-When with I half of defense.. who made a brief a a step quick and steady. His
The Washington.Meyendortf
Injured. I injured on surface and elevated tractIon Associated Press. i Commissioner Clark resumed the investigation i:dress after which the first witness -
John Brady aged 26 years; serious l lines of Chicago since January 1 Hot Springs. NOT, 28.-Mrs. John of the coal land frauds to- alleged that Senator nerves prompt were in firm and to the his answers of I was called by the government
internal injuries. response questions I
last gave impetus to a crusade against! Simms, the wife of a prominent day, Michael A. Mindorff. the special Warren told him he ought not go after his The witnesses heard yesterday were -
Charles J. merchant attorney. '
Ross 30; shoulder fractured the Union Pacific nor incur the enmityof John Smith, William Keller and John -
the crowding of cars which was begunby and Miss Florence McKeenan government agent who began the in- He declared that
and internal injuries. Grace Brown stood
the officers of the but who transferre.ibefore that company. He also charged Foster, former employees of the company .
city yesterday.The vestigation was -
to-night fought a for in the
John Shaw 52, one legged man leg negro twenty up boat and threw herself Into who
sent to
that the land at wpre Lockhart by
department Washington
fractured. police, afoot and mounted, will minutes to prevent burglary and Crim- I it was completed presented) an the lake. During the cross examinatin -labor agencies In New j
assume a measure of control the inal'assault. ,affidavit and told of efforts of, Influential suppressed evidence procured by City; -
over In
Alfred Broad, 72 hands the fight Mrs. Simms he made
; and face ,, him. ::: no admission the Mrs. Gibson, who lives on the road be-
urned operation of the traction lines. Granting was nearly choked to death men to- stop the investigation, he
and was t story told his own lawyer of the tween Laurel Hill and Florala and -" 0lu.
thomas the expected "permission" from beaten naming Senators Warden and Clark, Counsel for the Union Pacific moved J
Callahan fireman; face until her clothes were torn to manner of death was untrue, but who testified to having seen a man .t '
,:;ii hands burned. the traction counsel, the force under shreds and saturated-.with blood. Wyoming; Commissioner Richards: that the allegations be stricken out struggled during the incessant seige captured and beaten in front of her
lames Clark :30; ; burned all over Chief Collins will undertake the task I j When the two women exhausted and]of the general land office and George but was overruled. to keep up his nerve. house some time during July; Davis -f J{

-L: \\ 59; face- and ..hands trains and the blockading of surface -home where the negro waylayed them. wandered_ the voice weakened and his mons, the Bulgarian who, it is alleged
nraed. cars within the loop, beginning ilr. Simms arrived and ,the'"negro:, Fifty :iibjI3xpIciion--- head-dropped to one side and swayed was badly beaten by Gallagher after .
James Burkhardt, 50. tonight.It caped. .. as the prosecution fired a storm of attempting to run away and who 4 .
lames Lynch, 46. is planned to place uniformed I .Every; policeman deputy and con- questions relating to the movementsof since the preliminary hearing haI
loiin I Brady. policemen at every station on the I!stable in the county is scouring the of""R.oburit" in Westphalia himself and the girl ne is charged been held as a witness, and Charles ;
"has Koss, day clerk. loop. Just how many passengers,will!country for the fugitive and a posse is with slaying. Haas, a Jew who had just completed ;
I rhos.Iooot'y.:: 38. be permitted on each car has not been!out with bloodhounds. The injured The court adjourned to Friday. his direct examination when I
F. :
U eller. 38.
Oscar decided. but the suggestion was nnde women gave an accurate description. By Associated Prew. others were..taken to the hospitals.The court adjourned for the day. !
Anderson 26. tnat not more than one and one.hall Excitement was never more intense Berlin, Nov., 28.-An explosion of The testimony of all these .f "
,George Miller 40. times the seating capacity of each c in this community and if the is '"Roburit" In a factory near WItten, concussion unroofed/houses and CONSECRATIONCEREMONIES witnesses has been heretofore ,I
Frank Louise. 3;;. should be acceptable as safe. caught lynching is negro Westphalalia, to-night destroyed the no building for miles escaped injury. reported in detail, ami nothing new 1
EI!William Gilhland, 55; Hagerstown, That every car leaving the rl plant and it is reported that more Roburit is an explosive second in was adduced. Foster was on the stand 'j
> during the rush hours last night had than fifty were killed. One hundred power only to dynamite. at the close of the morning session t
ohn :Moore: 30. I and again took the stand
far overstepped the "safe" limit under FIVE: CASES INCRIMINAL
iiarlcs Boland
30. court convened after the noonrecess. f
.\11! more or less burned. this stipulation was plain. The aver- He was later recalled by de- .> i
bOO Men Asleep. age seating capacity of the cars used THANKSGIVING SERVICESAT AT CATHEDRAL OF SACRED fense. I <
.Thf'1 building was a three-story I I Ion elevated trains is 56. A count of COURTTHIS There is an apparent lack of inter '
''inure and fully 500 men were the passengers on the cars showed HEART IN RICHMOND TAKES est on the part of all concerned In

sleeping: in It when the fire broke out. that the average was between 125 PLACE TODAY.By the trial now under way which is not i.
Watchman O'Connell, who was sta- and 135, while some cars. with their NUMBER TRIED THE CHURCHES TODAY to be wondered at in view of the long
lund, on the third floor, discovered overcrowded platforms carried as drawn out trial which closed last week:
lit fire He said he had gone to the many as 150 to 160. It is planned to SECURED IN EACH Associated Press. and the fact that the evidence now-
clothes closet to get some wearing apparel divide the police for supervision of I being heard is simply a rehash ot -
) for several of the men who were surface and elevated car traffic into OF THE CASES. BLUEJACKETS Services in Honor of Washington, Nov. 28.-Archbishop that adduced at the former trial. .,
practically] without clothing and on two squads-the mounted police to Falconio, the apostolic delegate. Cardinal I The cross questioning of witnesses
opening the closet door a sheet of prevent blockading of surface cars I the Day Have Been Ar- Gibbons, :Monsignor D. J. O'Con I was conducted yesterday by Judge ;
flame belched forth, burning off his and patrolmen to prevent the overcrowding The criminal court yesterday clearedthe REFUSE DUTYBy nell and other dignitaries of the Cath- I Reeves, and. while there were not so 4
hair and eyeorows. The watchman of "Ii" trains. docket of five cases seeming con- die church, will leave Washington this many objections to the examination
*fc> unable to shut the door and whole victions in all of them and was trying ranged for ToDay.AND afternoon imediately after the closeof by the district attorney "as at the ..Jf
lucia was quickly filled with flame the, sixth case when court adjournedlast Associated Press. the meeting of the trustees of the former trial no point that would tend :- 4
aid smoke. Connell gave the alarm 'MUTINY ON BOARD nightJoe Newport News, Nov. 28.-Men Catholic University of America for to strengthen the case of the defendants i i
and hurried to wake up the sleeping Winbush was convicted of pub ashore from the war ships in the harbor WILL NO DOUBT BE LARGELY Richmond Va. where the-new cathedral was overlooked. Defense is represented i
limates. The closet had formerly lishing and using ouscent language: ; say that sixty are in the brig of the Sacred Heart, a gift of Mr. by Col. W, W. Flournoy ;
feeea an old elevator shaft and with STR. S4N JACINTOFIREMAN :Nettle Holden for obtaining money of the armored cruiser Tennessee for ATTENDED UNION SERVICE and :Mrs. Thomas F. Ryan, will be leading counsel W. A. Blount Jr. and t
tie door open a draft resulted that 'under false pretenses, and Shorty I refusing extra work when the ship I secrated to-morrow. The Judge Reeves, while the interests of i
quickly spread the fire throughout the Jackson and Joe Thomas for the muti- was put under forced draft Monday TO BE HELD AT THE.PRESBYTERIAN the consecration will be conducted con-I'the government are in the hands of 1

tinkling. KILLED AND FIVE lation and destruction of personal while.convoying the battleship Louisiana CHURCH. I Bishop Van De Vyer, of District Attorney Sheppard and Hon. r
At every window could be seen property. with the president homeward :assisted by the apostolic delegate'R. Pope Reese. ;
forma of naked men calling to the OTHER MEN MORE OR LESS Roberts Bland was convicted of]bound from Panama. The officers decline Special Thanksgiving services will Archbishop Jrhn J. Keane, of Dubuque t
later tremen in terror and a few moments trespass and sentenced to pay a to discuss the report but it is be conducted in all the churches of Iowa, will make the address and Archbishop I LAWYERAMMONOUT
leaping from the burning build- INJURED.By fine of ten dollars and costs or 30 believed the men belong to the cruiser the city to-day, and the congregations Glennon of St Louis, will OF PRISONBy
Ing to the sidewalk below. Life lines, days in jail.Houston Washington. which dropped. behind in attendance at these services will
fastened I ,preach at solemn in the even-
at windows provided means Associated Press. Dewberry was tried on the the day of the fast run. no doubt be large. Business in the -
uf escape for scores of the 500 New York, Nov. 28.-A fireman was I ing. Associated Press. -
lodgers. will
of during
charge stealing a ride on a train, city practically cease New York
Nov. Announcement
Terror took possession of killed and five other men were more I The university trustees will to-day '
some of was convicted and fined five dollars CROSS COUNTRY entire day. and all will be affordedthe
> men and a number of them started or less injured in a mutiny aboard the and costs or 30 days in jail opportunity of attending these complete the unfinished business of was made to-day that Lawyer RobertA.
to -un through the streets as soon as j Mallory Line steamer San Jacinto, The case of George Stanford WON BY .CORNELL services and giving thanks for the yesterday. and agree on some plan to Ammon, who was convicted la
tfcev escaped from the building. Thin- which arrived here to-day. The trouble charged with embezzlement of $86.10 I blessines of the east year. increase the endowment fund. At the June, 1903. of receiving 130.000 of the ,:
ll clad, the frenzied men ran madly'I occurred on Monday. The dead fireman -'from the Anchor Supply Company, By Associated! Press. At the Presbyterian church therein meeting next Spring, it is said the three-fourths of a million dollars
intii! they were pursued and caught was named Pietro Miaera, and was begun but court adjourned before I- Prnceton Nov. 28.-Cornell won the I be Union Thanksgiving services, trustees probably will establish the stolen from the victims of the Frank
$.nd aken in ambulances to places of ,death was caused by a- blow on the the case went to the jury. Inter-collegiate cross-country run today and the congregation of that churchas chair of German languages. lin Syndicate by lliam F. Miller
'anh. i head. On arrival of the San Jacintoat There will be no session of f the defeating Pennsylvania Yale well as the congregations of the was released from Sing Sing prison
Manv of them were taken to No. her dock here, Emanuel Conchero court to-day on account of the Thanks- Harvard, Columbia Princeton. Massa- Baptist and Methodist churches will I last Monday. Ammon was sentenced
SfQKine house, near by. Dozens was arrested charged with the mu- giving holiday.ENRICO chusetts, and the Institute of Technology. -I worship there. Rev. Dr. Pattou will SHOOTS FATHER to imprisonment for not less than four
Ir v sick from the effects of the der of Miaera.SPANISH. Pennsylvania was second. Massachusetts preach the Thanksgiving sermon. I years and six months. He served all --
Smoke and gas inhaled. Some of the CARUSO third. Pitts, of Cornell, This service will be at 11 a. m. and I but the six months of his sentence.
Jnf'n. apparently not hurt at all, were CABINET and Jones, of Pennsylvania, ran neck Miss Cawthon will sing the offeratory. OF HIS BRIDEBy Ammon declared that he was an innocent ,
tell Crying. : abjectly and were unable to GIVEN OVATIONBy and neck the last hundred yards. Of Services will also be conducted at the man aad that he was going to !
what was the matter with them. HAS RESIGNEDBy 49 starters forty-five finished. The : church tonightAt work to prove It if it took him twenty;
About eighty-five men were crowded I Associated. Press. I distance was six and one half miles. both the Catholic churches of the Associated Press. years. -
Into the basement. sleeping when the Associated Press. New York Nov. 28.-Enrico Caruso city masses will be said, and special Nashville, Nov. 28.-At LaFayette
"?( was discovered. They were unable -. Madrid Nov 28.-The cabinet appeared at the Metropolitan opera NEGRO SCHOOL music rendered.At to-day Will Pike shot and killed Lon THREE CHARGED :
to.set out. as the door was apPrentl formed by Field Marshal Domlngues house to-night In "La-Boheme." Temple Beth-El Thanksgiving Ray,'father of Essie Ray whom hr t'1
; > locked. Their cries attract- in July, resigned to-day because the hissing followed his Mild WAS DESTROYEDBy services will be held at 8 o'clock p. married by elopement: Ray followed WITH ROBBERYBy .,
fd '*>*" attention of policemen and the chamber of deputies voted to devote appearance but m. to which the public Is cordially in- :the couple to their stopping place. the -
at the end of the first solo he
"a !'ment door was broken in. The'.half of the session to the budget and was Associated Press. vited. 'men met and the sooting soon fol Associated Prss*. :
n!'n lId out of the basement likel the other half to a discussion of the given an ovation and bowed his appreciation. East St. Louis NOT. 28.-A large The German Lutheran church services lowed. Pike surrendered to the au Charleston, W. Va. NOT 28.-C. B.!
?:as. The firemen called to those l law of associations to which the cabinet brick building leased last week fora will be in English and will beginat thorities. Adams Agent Kayford and Assistant
tie: windows not to jump until the is coinmitted.L FEDERAL PRISONERS negro school. was destroyed by fireoday 7:30 a'clock p. m..- Agent Dunbar have been arrested '" ..
tf'tg could be to burn the I The Second Church of Christ Scientist THE with the of six thousand '
stretched but all to lit. REACH FEDERAL : after an attempt ;I I Itructure [ VIOLATED charged stealing \
a\'alI for as fast as the flames WOULD NOT INTERFERE PENs failed last night This is the ; will conduct services at 11 a. m. dollars last Saturday. Seven
'Oared nearer to the windows men IN THE RAWLINGS CASE Atlanta, Xov. Eighty-seven ed- :second building rented for a negro I u in room No. 6. Masonic Temple, and LAWBy hundred dollars was found in Adama'g i t,

.Jumpt'd. and were picked up Injured i Kov.zs..The eral prisoners, guarded by forty-five!I school within two weeks. j i I IPRISONERSOUN' extend a cordial welcome to the pub Associated Press. house. '
aanconscious.: I IIM Atlanta state .supreme -: from I lic.
deputies northern
penitentiaries,} Washington Nov. 23.-The attorneygeneral
11,1'ufire swept through the second court to-night refused to issue :arrived at the government prison here ,I JAIL I A reception: win be given tonightin directed the commencement JEALOUS NEGRO -
third floors and damaged the ;an order of mandamus directing Judge 'this afternoon. The convicts were WILL HAVE A GOOD DINNER the Sunday school room of the of proceedings to-day against Thomas J
:tTfletflre to the estimated extent of :Mitchell to certify the bill of exceptions -I given prison clothes and registeredas .First Baptist church from 6 to 10 Costello Edward A. BURNED HIS WIFE ;
.. Pelt has prepared to B. Sar-
.s45t. It Sheriff Van o'clock and the public is. cordially invited :
was an old building. The In the case of J. Q.. Rawlings, i to names, offenses and terms and and F. C. '
fans: of the fire has not been ascer- I sentenced to hang on December 4 at :assigned to cells. give the unfortunates who are held especially the members of the gent Dwelle, cotton mill By Associated Press .
ta1nt'd. Valdosta, with the negro, Alf. Moore, prisoners in the county jail a good Baptist congregation. operators charging violation of'the Birmingham, NOT. 28.-In a fit of 1.
;his convicted acco pIice; Miss Conrad Selected. Thanksgiving dinner, and one which alien contract labor law by bringing I nsane: jealousy. Henry Beckman, a
Doctor Drops Dead.; I Helena, Mont Nov. 28.-GOT. W. K. 1 they will enjoy. Among other good Millions for Improvement. workers from Lancashire England I legro. tonight tied his wife to a cot, i
J Lontlo:1: Xov 2S.-A\hile performing Christ Church Guild. Toole ,has selected Miss Minnie Conrad 1 things which will be placed before Berlin NOT.-28. The senate of Bre- The operators have been summoned to E saturated; her with kerosene, set it )
h5eU?**! operation at Cheltenham The regular monthly meeting of : of Great Falls, daughter of W. G. 1 t them for dinner to-day will be chicken men to-day submitted to the people a appear In the federal court at Charlotte s ifire and escaped. The woman' .. .
number of chickens project for additions to the harbor at the December term. They s reams attracted neighbors who re*
JrVV1 B Ferguson expresl- I Christ Church Guild will be held I Conrad to christen the cruiser Montana -J pot pie, and a large
dent e British Medical Associa-jl Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock In the 1 which will be launched at Newport were sent to the Jail yesterday facilities. Involving an outlay o! $1- deny the alleged violations. Negotiations -c:ued her after she had been fatally 'flurued. t
Won dropped l 500,000. for a compromise are pending. b Beckman is still at large. ;
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There is one corner clipped off !R

J, :tU the gladsome spirit of ThanksiB DRIINED whiskeJ(1

, m :: % giving Day if a man doesn't put !R "- (

,I'. t- nJ ; on a. good-looking I Overcoat,.and !$ Gov. Broward Says He WillS

ft, ,1/ 11I walk 'in the crisp air.' Thanks-R! Make Good His Promiset rah rah-

;; if.. giving Day is a: day to reckon the'Peo t: P 1e. -

. i rJ 3$. "4 ; \- with on clothes. It might be m

. f ;; qcalled Overcoat Day as a sort of IBrJ to A the special Savannah dispatch News from says Tallahassee: l"

... There is promise that the Ever- old/Q ,:

j. current sub-title. The man who glades of submerged of Florida lands, that south vast tract of Lake area .

,.-;; :- fails to show up in the right kind iDj the Okeecbobee federal government will be drained will and give that the

N 1j I" ,I" of an overcoat should penalize mf :,and assistance drainage.of its office of irrigation

f 1)) himself by going without his m Hon. J. O. Wright, head of the .
._ drainage department of the government ; :
\ < dinner Our is the Over- is now on a trip up the Cal<>> it's a winner : : ,
rJ k store !R sahatchie river for a general recon- < .. '. '7' J

V t ; From naissance and will,put an engineering : : : : '
home. ,
$35 -
$10 toNIX
;\ coat
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: ml corps in the field early in Decemberto : .: .
begin a systematic and searching
1' WHITE & survey of the 'glad 's to determine the shouts of f : ,;

l; m :' 'jtl ,) I feasibility of drainage, and to arriveat /

a conclusion as to the value of the \ )
lands in the event that drainage is .
:l.: OUTFITTERS. m successfnUy'accomplished..

GOT. Broward*whq went into office enthusiasmgreet : :
i' Ltu Your Money's Worth or You r Money B.Ck.i more than a :year ago assumed the -."., .J.. .

office with a promise and a purpose to f
aaaaa22aaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaA drain the Everglades. He has systematically ,, -

i devoted much time to that .
,and before the expiration of '- .
n ----- purpose i
A thus laying the matter over until the his term more than two years hence, :
& SEN. S. MAEEOANi next regular session of congress. ([the term of office being four years) ;.o.c- ;
I All the gentlemen were profuse in it is probable thatthe, project will be :

their thanks to the people, and par. so well begun that his l pledge will have
ticularly the Board of Trade_for the I been made good... ::};.

If t CONGRESSMAN SPARKMAN cordial reception' and good time extended Drainage Talked Everywhere. everywhere. .
to them. Drainage bas been discussed at such !
R y
Cap F. A. Hendry on behalf ot the length recently ,that confusion In .-" .,...

citizens, made a short talk explainingthe reaching a clear understanding as to .. .
off the surplus 'waters of Lake Okee- >
F They Inspect CaloosahatcheeRiver cho t'e. This takes precedence of all true situation on the river to these what was intended to be accomplish -; '.-.,

I II drainage schemes, and all river im- gentlemen, and thanked ,them for accepting by the recent election, in which a constitutional ,-J> ", .$ ... j iA
the invitation and giving the
and LakeOkeechobee. provements. But this alone,' would amendment giving the authority : :: :, .
matter their careful consideration.The
. t to levy special tax for : : .
.1'I I drain thousands of acres of fine land party left yesterday morning the purpose j ,; : '
between Hicpochee and Ft. Thompson was defeated. This was not as
for a visit to Tampa and the fair before -
; ; suitable for cane gardening, or may be concluded, a defeat of the .
to their homes.
posturage besides saving millions of I drainage scheme but was merely a defeat merit will tell-million bottles -=: .,
dollars worth of grove property along In Time of Peace. of the means for procuring the ,
MAKING THEMSELVES ACQUAINT. the banks of the Caloosahatchee from i money with which to pursue the work.
In the first months of the RussiaJapan -
being imperiled by the overflow. It The last legislature passed
overwhelmingly -
WITH CONDITIONS AND war we had a striking exampleof
the of all that sold
was expressed opinion for and the bill which gave.the In- .annually-great victoryl .
of necessity preparation ,
the Board -Trade of Fort Myers
THE WORK NECESSARY TO the early advantage of' those who so ternal Improvement board the authority -
should proceed at once to take steps to levy the'tax., but the
to speak, have shingled their roofsin people did
STRAIGHTEN AND DEEPEN THE :necessary to bring the mattet'.before
not ratify this action.
dry weather. The virtue of preparation -
the legislature of the state. After
I has made history and given to As a matter of fact, a dredge has .. ..
RIVER AT VARIOUS POINTS. the state has moved in the matter --..
menThe individualas been working under authority of, the
then it is hoped that congress may be us our greatest .'!! -
: well 'as the nation should be governor several; ,months and another
-- pre- '
induced to do what is essential for .
c The Fort Divers Press, or recent the better navigation of the river. pared for any emergency. Are you dredge will soon be,completed and put i r\ : ;r:4; : full measure-convenient package :
to combat the to work.trhe first dredge U operatIng :
prepared .
date contained the following regarding The.whole. trip was very pleasant successfully -.' "i..*
and it was very evident that Mr. Mallory first cold you cold can be from Fort Lauderdale toward the :
t the visit there of Senator Mallory and Mr. Sparkman were not out cured much more Quickly when treated lake. The Internal Improvement i

i.' and Congressman Sparkman; fishing for a political pull-but sincerely as soon as it has been contractedand Board is not without, means to keep --p- .. : ,
: .
;t By invitation of the Board of Trade interested in the improvements .before .it has beCOme atttted lathe the,work going. HThe! area which con ..t"f > '..: .. .; ,- (\.. ..

,: of Fort Myers, Senator S. R Malloryand sought Dr-Inman;.rwho'Is: the larg system. Chamberlain's' Cough tained.,20,000,000 acres was granteS bythe'government'more ; !! "md td teJpiccr--SQld; everywhere ; _
,ia the ,is a Remedy' is famous for its cures of: than fifty'yearsago IJ .
Congressman S.. M. Sparkman eat' orange'-grower state; ." .. .. :. .
;, made a trip to Lake Okeechobee last genial gentleman.. He was surprised I colds and it should be kept at hand to the state upon condition,that
Monday and Tuesday on the steamer to find such good land and so many ready for instant use. For sale by the.section should be, drained and re-

Thos. 'A.. Edison.. They were accompanied fine groves along the river. It was a I all druggists. claimed.

by Dr. F. W. Inman of Winter pleasure tom t such men,, and, we II Improvement! Board's Work. J1' ; ...
Wherever Jackson Square Coffee < .
haven K. II. Harvey of Punta all say "confe" again. The Internal Improvement Board, ; .
its quality has oe
; Gorda, Mr. F. J. Wilson. K. L. Evans! For the committee,. I has been-tried. cup which Is composed! ot'thq governor ": i,'
and James E. Hendry of Fort Myers, O. T. RAYMOND.The .- *. been praised. Leading grocers for haveit free and the state house officers compose :. ;: :
here. Ask a
r G. T.' Raymond of Owanita, H. S. above party returned to Fort ::: your that board which is vested with b" atlanta
"b &
English and Edw. Parkinson of Alva, Myers l'esday.evening: and at nightIn authority to sell the lands or to ,
and Capt. F. A. Hendry of' Labelle.; the presence of forty or fifty citizens THE SOUTHERN.Thanksgiving use in furthering the object stated. Instead
1: Capt. Fred Menge went as host, lookIng 'and members of the Board 'of of draining the area former
J Jland
I out for the Comfort of all. Trade, both Congressman Sparknian Dinner, Nov. 29, 19M.* boards have disposed of 17,000,000

The days'were perfect Florida days. and Senator Mallory, being introducedby Kalamazoo Stuffed Celery Man!{oH Blue Queen Points Olives acres largely to railroads asp -.bounty
F Neither:: Mr. Mallory or Mr. Sparkman : Mayor'HeMry, made short talks Touted Peanuts for building. It is known that land
tk had ever been up the Caloosahatchee I expressing their earnest desire _aud" Consomme Clear Pottage Imperiale syndicates are anxious to get the remaining

- river before, and .they were delightedwith !willingness' to do anything in their' Baked Stuffed White- Fish Tartare Sauce part of 'he land and it is

the river and surprised at the I power to help the people of Lee county Roast! Thanksgiving'' Turkey thought that the ;present administration -
; magnitude of the ,out of their trouble and
1 orange Industry present
Chestnut Dressing
will sell a sufficient tract if it to the state as possible, and this
t Jilnnjr the Caloosahatchee valley. TheF stated that they would ask for an appropriation Cranberry Sauce
I I becomes necessary in order to will probably be the. last expedient resorted
Xvere pleased to examine the condition I, from congress for the Roast Young :hoat get )
. '>f things at the head of the river, con dredging of at least a 12-foot channel Baked Roll heats ot Rhubarb Spiced Peaches money to complete* the work it is to. G. DeSiLVA & COMPANY I
understood however that the The of the
I. ''reraing which there has been so much I from here to Punta Rassa. They both Champagne Punch: Bard Sauce admInistration activity governor was .
!> discussion' of late. They both spoke were of the opinion, however, ''that Cream Mashed Potatoes wants to save a* much of the responsible in a large measure undoubtedly -

: ,-ery emphatically of the importance I congress would do nothing toward relieving Stewed Cfreen Corn for the interest which the .
'; f the state proceeding at once to build I 'situation on the upper Ca- Sweet Potatoes a la Conde- French Peas department'of agriculture at Washington
ja\ dyke across the marsh on the lower'loosahatchee, and that it would have Pumpkin Pie How's This? has taken in the matter. 'The I Building Material,

\side of Lake Hicpochee. with a proper to be accomplished by state aid'alone.It Mince" 'Pie" We offer On Hundred Dollars Reward government still holds about 200,000;
: Hock at the canal cut by the Disston looks very much as if we wouldbe Plum Pudding Cream Brandy Sauce for any case of Catarrh that cannot: be acres. of the overflowed section.Mr. L Shingles and Slate for Roofing
Bisque .Ice ,
Company, so as to permit navigation.The forced to' wait another two years Layer Cake cured by Haifa Catarrh CUr Wright Gathering Information.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, OWe .
purpose of this trip was to ex before anything definite can bs accomplished Sweet'Cream' Frosting the undersigned have known F. J. Mr.' Wright the drainage expert, Patent Plaster Store Fittings
amine Into the advisability of straightening as Senator Mallory in explaining Assorted Sots, and Raisins Cheney for the last 15 years and believe spent the greater part of the past ,
and deepening, where needed, : the modus operandi of get- Tea Cheese Coffee Cocoa him transactions perfectly and honorable financially in able all business to week In Tallahassee In conferencewith w Everything for House Buildingand
': the Calooahatchee river, to improve ting an appropriation, stated that it 2nov2 out any obligations made by his firm.carry the governor and at the State
: Its navigation. And while they were would first require a survey of the WALDINO, K1NNAN & MARVIN, House gathering information about the

f. more than ready to promise to do all river which could not be ordered unlit Home-cooked Thanksgiving Hall's Wholesale Catarrh Cure Druggists if taken! Toledo 0. Everglades and the extent of the work Repairs.
In their power to secure an appropriation congress met in December and the blood done. He stated to
Dinner at the Southern acting directly upon and raucous already a representative -
r from impress for this work and that it would be next to impo.Vible to surfaces of the system. Teitirnon* of the Morning Nevss that :
} whatever else the commerce of the pet the report In in time for congressto : Hotel. You are invited. Isis sent free. Price cents per bottle.
the would be
survey exhaustive and
t river demanded they conceded that do anything In the! way of an appro- SoM by all drtmtots. YOU WILL FIND
Take Hall's Family Pills for conitipa- would probably require more'than a
y the first necessity is that of shutting priation before adjournment} In March, THE FUNERAL OF paUon. year.. He said that there wag nothing DRESSING CASES RIBBON BOXES

l h.h_ __ DR. W. H. MAREANThe aboUt draining the section which was COMB MANICURE AND SETS.BRUSH SETS. ALBUMS SHAVING, SETS,
not feasible.. An important questionto COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES, INK STANDS,
be determined is the value of the SMOKERS' SETS, PAPER WEIGHTS,
!ft: Ocala Star of Monday says: GLOVE BOXES.HANDKERCHIEF. PEN
The funeral services of the late Dr land. In view of the great expendi BOXES, WIPERS.'
W. H. Marean took place tures In the West for the irrigationof STIIUTare'
afternoon from the residence on North I arid lands and that in North Data COE'S BOOK STORE B.""1".. Pbo". :zu
;; Main street from whence the remains and Kansas for the drainage of inundated '

were carried to the Episcopal church. lands, he expressed no doubt

At the church the Masons took charge that drainage in Florida would eventually DEPOT LOAN OFFICE.All

'j gy I of the body.'the doctor being a member be accomplished. In the mea". .

l; of that ordrr. The remains were. time the working.Mr. governor's. ,dredges will continue kinds of, repairing done on Watches, Clocks,
taken to Greenwood cemetery and interred
III 1I\8Ia'! ceetbt4 lie. sea', Wright and Guns Pistols. Highest price for Morn
: in accordance with the solemn his corps will con- paid old gold y:
Fin ifwTr.O.SI
Fw -
I 'I 1 sae eaT flat ix. For Wkoaftef Cwth. 'and inspiring ritual of the Masonic tinue work until May and it will probably loaned on personal property. We handle all kinds vi
I 4 l+ .i<>nrTit be resumed in October the
hti we rove two order. Worshipful Master N. I. Gott- sum-
,t O*' COORD molt wbo bare bad I Jewelry both new and second-hand. Don't .
<4a I r r :V' Mj N (bagbwe lieb read the ritual and the casting on mer season being regarded as unfavorable forget.J

fa mother:. .E)bad:would:cough== ar-dale sad 1'.broke n.. i the grave of the evergreen and apron|I climate.' to this kind of work in this I E Clement THE WATCHMAia
it etAr Yts .
at op ir. was most Impressive.The
aU sail t. a i ,
ep ht Let sell
1>atsad .p us you a Las East Wright street
Sbe hu Uke N< .toek a.d enar' church was crowded, the attendance
: till Mein of IT. .eereetr.applrthe BABCOCK K. OF P. ENDOWMENT -. -
rmsTwHoMy deaaLd- at the grave was large and ORCOLUMBIA I
cored'to.nd It bra Me. Aues. I most gratifying. The pall bearers RANK MEETING :II

Z.D.Bunu.Broornabaro. Learoe. were M Ssrs. E. P.Thagard. W. D. BUGGY, ,

1/ KT.You. C Graham E. W. Davis. T., J. Owen J. with Ball Bearing Axles, fully A meeting of'the Endowment Rank,
r- K. Chace and Mr. Meston guaranteed. K. of P. will be held Tuesday Dec. 4, Special Home oCokedThANKSGIVING

at 7 p. m., sharp for the purpose of
BROTHERHOOD WINE CO.REPRESENTATIVE I Reason electing officers and considering other
IS HERE. business. DINNER
Reduces Draft OneHalfCome I
? Presidl>:
CoL James H. Pottle of the Brother
in and talk it over with. us. J. D. GOSS. .
f: -
hood Wine Co., of New York, blew NOT 50
i : Can Trust The Peo e-TheJ Know What They Want. ,, into Pensacola last evening'' in his I
usual jolly and breezy manner, and rtflj; Jackson Square Coffee-a' New Orleans
Bonus SOLD ANNUALLY is busy circulating among his numerous -
; OVER 5,000,000 luxury. For sale by all leading are..invited to eat"your Thanksgiving
friends and patrons.
each leaves bo foam ...- fT00611'eLnd pound air tight
f' Aiwt the sale Increasing yea
to question. the wisdom of the people's The Brotherhood Wine- Co. has ; SOc and $1.00. ,dinner. here. Everything home cooked.
made hosts of friends in Pensacola
:k I Cboic>> of a Cough .E medy., through the absolute parity of their Attention. K. of P. t Home made pumpkin pies. Home made

lori for tin Ben M tta BrttkfeUTUTACTUBKD famous products and their well known THE BIG STORE. The members of Rathbone Lodge, Mince pies. Everything good.SOUTHERN .
reliable business methods. The Palafox slid fntenrfencia. No. 30. Knights of Pythias: are nr
g i 25c..605.itad.L BettIes.a "BrotherhoodV old' Bx rye is without gently requested to attend the session

a OX&T BT---- a pew lor Its purity, age and flavor Thursday'night The meeting will be HOTEL
I recommended by of only' thirty minutes
and Is widely
t THC 1 L:, SUTHERLAND MED. CO.. Paducak,Ky the most able physicians.for.the sickroom business,of importance is to be con and

where results must be unques sidered.. EAST GARDEN STREET

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THANKSGIVING,. DAY 1 1o STUMER IDA TO et'" .1k j,, .'ati'48aknfFer'. MO.RfORm [RS CATARRH UNIVERSAL DISEASE 1-'i::

Catarrh is usually worse in Winter, because of the cold, damp and

country on the I T TAKE COTTON LESS FOR' WAR snddenly,changing climate. Colds are con "acted'u.d, neglected and as the
: secretions from the different inflamed membranes are absorbed into the blood

map has so many -reacflS ,, the unpleasant symptoms of the disease, commence. The nostrils are '4
-. stopped up and a constant dropping of mucous back ,into the throat keeps

to be thankful as C Coming Meeting of Rivers!'i up'a continual hawking and spitting. 'The patient has dull headaches, t -
the United States. ringing noises in the ears and often slight fever and depressed, half-sick -

'and ; Harbors Congress feeling accompanies disease. The blood becomes so fully charged with

wheat and. catarrhal matter that stomach troubles are brought the
Big corn, on, kidneys and
AsoJtztefjPil 'i,- I* At Washington. I bladder are affected, and if the blood is not purified fthe poison the lungs '

cotton crops and enorm- Big Spanish Vessel! Enters ; become diseased because of the constant passage of impure blood through

ons yields. from mines j t them. Catarrh cannot be cured with"washes, sprays inhalations.and finch :
; To of tartar treatment; these cannot reach the poison-laden blood where the real cause is
Load. ,fleecy .Staple A wholesome cream Washington. Nov: 28.-When the ,
prosperity has beamed : National Reivers and Harbors Congress ,located,:and can only give temporary relief

t convenes in Washington there will be comfort. A disease'which affects the I

most graciously upon : For Liverpool. baking powder Makes the finest, In session, body only less in importance S S Sand blood supply as'does Catarrh, must __ ,

;he enterprise of this to the whole people to the rightful with a blood pnrl er. S. S. S. -j j j

best flavored biscmt hot- development of the magnificent best remedy for Catarrh which has ? I j
progressive store during The arrival yesterday of the Spanish lightest, resources of the whole country and grown to be universal disease. It goes to .

steamer Ida from Liverpool to to its future and permanent prosperitythan PURELY VEGETABLE the bottom of.the trouble..rids the blood of : .
ihe past.year, and an exalted -, take ;a cargo of 'cotton back to that I breads cake and pastry. the Congress of the United I ,the catarrhal matter, reinvigorates the circulation -
port makes a total of three big States. Moreover its
proceedings on
appreciation is ob- and cures this disgusting disease permanently. When S. S. S. has ,"
all net. tons
over 2,000 nowhere behalf of the adequate improvementof
purified the blood every part of the system receives a supply of fresh
manifest in for cargoes of cotton. The Lord Alum and alumphosphate"poivders .5.4 the rivers and harbors of the Uni-i,
Mously the healthy blood then the inflamed membranes heal and ,
Stanmore ; every symptom-of
arrived last week and a big II ted States will be sustained and mass
excellent opportunities* force.of, cotton screwmen have been are injurious. Do not I II all the more influential by the undoubted Catarrh passes away. Write fbr our book containing information about

storing the cargo for several days. Examine the label. universality of public opinionin Catarrh, and ask for any medical advice you desire.: No charge is made for -
them. .
afforded all the'people to Tuesday the' steamer Cayo Largo arrived use the United States, among all classes either. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA CA : '
and is now loading and this and conditions and commerce,
dress well and econom- morning it is probable that men will that for too long have the natural

start working' on the Ida. It is ex. ROYAL WING POWDER CO., NCW YCKX.! : highways and gateways of trade and

ically. pected that these three steamers will commerce been neglected..

To-morrow we'll show carry out a total of about 30,000 balesof In other words, that with an annual Bankrupt Sale
cotton to foreign ports. -- I expenditure of $280,000,000 for

overcoats and suits that Vessels Under Charter. I BATTLIAT"PALMTTO war and its rewards-or $3.50 for
The following is a list of vesselsnow I GRIDIRON every man, woman and child in the
will please all. here and under charter to the ; country-as Congressman Ransdellso Monday Dec. 10, at 11 a. m.

Gulf Transit Co. to load cargoes here. forcefully put it before the Trans- ,

For Liverpool-Ida, due Nov. 28; E. BACHThe TO DAY Mississippi Congress,' in session at '

O. Saltmarsh. due Dee 30. = Kansas City,. "surely 'we can affordto All the stock furniture and fixtures ,of the .

CTANDARDfLOTHINGf... For Havre Cayo Largo, due Nov. do better than twenty-five cents ,

JTHIESEN BUILDING! O. 27; Cycle, substitute, due Dec. 7. I ------- I per capita for our splendid commerce, estate of Hoist Bros bankrupt at the north-
For Nantes-Cycle, due Dec. 7. which makes us the greatest'commercial ,
P. C.S. P H. S. to'!
For Genoa-Maria, due Nov. 27. WILL nation in the world and pours
For Barcelona-Clara, due Dec. 21. r'the I WOODMEN into our laps a trade balance in our east corner of Baylen and Zarragossa streets,

For Venice-Aristea, due Dec. 18. Meet f City: Cham favor of $500,000,000 annually." Con-
Pensacola Fla. Each article be sold
TURTON &, BELL. For Trieste-Arista, due Dec. 18; tinning 'his remarks Congressman to sepa
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 187). Clara, due Dec. 21. pionship.MUCH Ransdell said-and the picture is per
Kodak Supplies. Finishing* for Amitejrs.* For Bremen-Lord Stanley, in port; fect as to conditions- .of which he rately. For further information, apply to I

Cycle,' or substitute, due Dec. 7. REACH UERETONI'GHT spoke:
- ------- ------
""The cost of moving freight over ALFRED MOOG 4-
SPECIAL PRICES IN ENTHUSIASM AMONG THE our wretched earth roads Is fully 25 ,

7.8 mills per ton per mile by
A. Gahlenbeck 212 S. Palafox St.
THE GAME PROMISES TO rail; and less than one mill by water.In .
- MONROE COUNTY France and Germany the water -J

BE INTERESTING AND LARGELY ways are so marvelously developedthat

FINE COTTRELL PHOTOGRAPHS. freight can be moved by water FOOT!
Pensacola. Fla. ALABAMA. AUTHORITIES SEARCHIN ATTENDED. without breaking bulk from practically -
Head 'Men of the Order to every part of France and Germany

. "-- -- --. - VAIN .FOR ALL AROUND To-day is the day of Turkey and to every'other part, at rates ,

DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. football. Football eoi>ecidlly since An Official Visit less than' one-sixth as high as those '
Pay' to
...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS... CROOK.An to-day local enthusiasts will see the v* by raiL "Let us emulate their wise PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL -

A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY, expert safe blower, who put in game between the teams: representingthe the Local Camps. piamnle--- VersusPENSACOLA
$1.00 PER MCNTH. two high schools of Pensacoa._ Purpose of Organization.It
work Beatrice and Tunnel
some good at
Phone.848-2 rings M.. G. RUNYAN.. Hardly a game in the history of football Is to enforce the emulation of L
Springs, Monroe count, is badly HIGH SCHOOL
Pensaco.a..Florida. in Pensaeola has attracted such 1 the wise example of France and Germany ,
wanted by Sheriff Fountain'of that
wide-spread Interest and called forth Sovereign officers'of the Woodmen -of all European countries, In
the Southern Company
county Express -
such display of enthusiasm. The of the World will reach Pensacola tonight fact-that the National Rivers and THANKSGIVING DAY Pi
Louisville and Nashville Rail
DR. ALICE W. HERMAN from the east, where Harbors Congress was organized and ,
road and the United States postoffice players of both teams are all ;well coming I
CHIROPODIST* known in football circles and both they bate been visiting camps in I its annual meeting called for Thurs- '
authorities, :Mobile Item.
Room 301, Brent Building 3d Floor. : The first work says the was at Beatrice teams having been seen in games on Florida, and will spend tomorrowand I day and, Friday, December 6 and of 7. Palmetto Beach, 3:30: o'clock p. m. i 1
I the ,
The organization and sessions
AJ! corns bunions. ingrowing rails
remmvd to-morrow night, in Pensacola
the local is rife
where the gridiron speculation
scientifically without pain. llanlurtn. safes in the depot, express the National Rivers and Harbors
.:: *cialty. Jioctlm* and postoffices and a store were as to which is the better. Up to with, \isitinpr the local camps. of the
the beginning
Delegations 1 from the two local Congress No Tickets Sold at Park. Tickets taken up on
blown. From each some money was in a few days ago sentiment was altogether end of neglect of the natural gateways -
-- ----- secured and from the express office in favor of the Classicals but camps will meet the" officers upon! and highways of trade and commerce Cars. Purchase tickets before boarding Cars. ;

R. K. WHITE, a diamond ring consigned to a young the hard practice and signal running their arrival t -nlght'and escort themto and the beginning of a policyon Vli

kafehmaler.Manufacturing Jeweler. tnd! Graduate lady was also taken. gone through by the High School boys their hotel, and t&m rimt'morning the part. of the congress' of the SO Ots -
Cptician.33( S. Paiatox Street. Pensacola. Fla. At Tunnel prings a safe was also every day this week has viused com they will be taken for a trip about the United States which will secure to 4.da1iEicxL1: ;

blown and money secured. ment and a general lessening in the harbor and to various'. points of inter the trade and commerce of the whole
---.- ---.----- The stage running between Beatriceand number who thought the Classicais* est. The pilot boat Pilot has been secured country not only continuous navigation -
Tunnel Springs was also held up, by the'Woodmen and will li
would have a walk-over. convey on the inland waterways but improvement -
Tersely Told but very little booty was gotten there- The _High School boys have awakened the party'on the trip.. When they of the harbors of the sea uTak.QumiD
from., Sheriff Fountain is of the opinion from their apathy and at las| return they''d1eri"a. trolley r-ride coast and the Great Lakes to: '(}egree (! ]

To-day is to be observed as a legal that the several daring pieces of having realized that by work only about'the city. commensurate with the enromous Import .

holIday by the city officials and the work were the craftmanship of a would they be able to hold their own To-morrow night it is planned to and export traffic and the enormous lea 10 to 1 you do U Y tsare a victim !

office of the city dent will be closed single That individuaL the well in his in the big game have put in some!have a big open meeting at which' the constantly increasing traffic on -'- of malaria. r'. .; f LDon't
lhrflnghOflt! the day. man was up hard days work this week. The team sovereign officers will speak, and it is the Great Lakes from the .head of '
business may be understood when it probable that:some of the local Wood- Lake Superior to the foot of Ontario.To Do It. It's Dangerous. -4We'll
Hon Fred. T. Myers, of Tallahassee, is known not has shown remarkable improvement .
a man was asleep more
will a'udience. the words of Congressman but it leaves .
I men also-address he itwill rare malaria,
"a> in the city yesterday on legal than 40 feet away"from of and every man feels that every utterances -
othH'1 I The'opeIi Vill be held In dell are to be added the prophetic after e1ect&BERDINE .4 ; -.
meetmg; almost deadly
nusiness, and was warmly greeted by the safes was blown open. Each safe man is in the best of condition of Secretary Root, so recently :
his friends.S the place where he will do the most the I. 0: O. I4. hall at the corner of
numerous when operated upon was well wrap returned from South America
ped to deaden the sound, and against good for the High School colors. YatesIs Baylen and Belmont streets, and will In his advice to the 1
Ailford of urgent
\ Chipley a promi- and so 1
cent! business man of that city, was in one a sack of salt had been placed. the only man for whom any regretin .be followed by a banquet at the same American merchant and manufacturer :
The safe blowing at Beatrice occured regard to the work done, is felt place. and
'* short busi- for the race I
!*' !'it; yesterday on a to strip
aes!. visit last Thursday night and the stage Owing to an abrasion on his neck the commercial supremacy in South R Is purely vegetable and absolutely jroaranteed :j : -
hold-up Saturday night. captain has been unable to put in any America where Germany is now at to cure malaria, sick headache ( .
Vivian II. Marshall, general agent of A description of the man was given regular practice but has been keepingup RECEIPT OPRELIEF work with England and France and |0d all stomach,kidney and liver complaints.! j. '

tt! State Mutual Life Insurance Co.. the Item as follows: v White man, .with. the plays.and, maneuvers of Italy with their agents In the field. TRY IT TO-DAr.(; 1N :
}t (Borgia, is in the city on business about 30 years old. weight 135 pounds, the team while always just getting In Root's Prediction.In L -, ,
and( Will remain for several days. about 5 feet S or 9 inches tall stubby enough real work to eep himself ia MONEYMAYOR his address before the commercial 50 Cents & Bottle. AU Drug'..... #

Unions the visitors in the city yesterday sandy mustache wore a black cap condition to meet the unusual strainof clubs of St. Louis Kansas City .-
and grayish suit of clothes well worn. I Root not
was G. L. Kimball, collector the game. |j! -/i rMnMT-.nati.- -- .- '
of customs at Carrabelle, who spent HEADACHES AND NEURALGIA FROM Enthusiasm at both schools is ur. BLISS IN RECEIPT OF A I only predicted completion of the '1
tin day here on business and will re- COLDS. bounded and the largest crowd ever, scheme for deep waterways from Chi rectly;; : to the greatest possible results !
tiro to his home this morning. 1 LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. the worldwide gathered to witness a local school 1 LETTER FROM SAN FRAN. cago to the Gulf of Mexico, but he from the adequate improvement of I 9jiATtjQjJk[ 'j
Cold and Grip remedy removes I emphasized the necessity for the Improvement the rivers and harbors of the country.not .
is several hundred .
Fwi>ntvt\io seamen, who had beenSharped i cause. Call for full name. Look for signature game expected CISO, of the rivers and harborsof and ,,
alone highways gateways
vessels in: E. W. Gro>e. He. tickets having already been sold at, TWO ; '
; from foreign the United States, as necessarily but freight regulators at once ,just NIGHTS
fII11"I.> went before United States Imnljration : Died of Lockjaw. the High School alone, .while, the construction and I ; ;
I complemental to the and invincible. The doors of the rational Thanksgiving Matinee, 4.
; Agent Leary yesterday and Antonio Gabro, an aped resident of Classical management bas succeeded I I Major Bliss i is :receipt of the following -the opening of the Panama Canal, as Rivers and Harbors Congress STARTINGTHURSDAY 4- ;. .
"PTC civen the customary examination Pensacola, died yesterday morning of in distributing a large number. letter, accompanying a receiptfor links in the great chain of American swing inwardly for a representation ; : f
necessary to being discharged here. lockjaw, and the remains were buried The Classicais have the experienceof $1,000 forwarded to San Francisco trade and commerce with the world. from all trade, civic, commercial financial NOV. 29, J L
Twentt of the men announced their yesterday., Recently the deceased more season games and having put To the coming session of the National 'and industrial organizationsand RETURN ENGAGEMENT
and is addition
months :
tetention of shipping on other vessels stepped upon a nail, which penetrated in all intervening time at hard work some ago. Rivers and Harbors Congressat to associations having in view ..1"

a oon deep into the flesh and later he are expected to show up in better to a re'ceipt:received ome weeks since Washington next month the trade the improvement of rivers and of har Mr. Jewell Kelly I'
developed l lockjaw, which finally form than their rivals; but quicknessin for $500 also : and commerce of the United States bors. 'f"
A cause of thanksgiving-that you caused death. I execution of plays under: the new "San Francisco. CaL, Oct. 30, 1906. justly looks with feelings of the deep The representation should ,be from
ran get Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va- rules counts for more than anything "Hon. Chag. H. Bliss, Mayor Pensa est interest The awakening of pub- I I all sections of the United States AND HIS POPULAR .1 i. :

o'ua! : Absolutely pure go twice as else and this the Hitch School has cola, Fla."Dear lic sentiment is a fact recognized and from all the states, from all the valleys : !
t. and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is Sir-We take pleasure in not alone by the trade STOCK COMPANY. '
shown in pracMcs., The teams are I appreciated drained by inland waterways and
perfection Ask for the 25c size. You'll BeSorry considered very evenly matched. handing you herewith our official receipt I and commerce of the country, but by I from all cities on the harbors of the 6-BIG SPECIALTIES ':'

The High School'team: has consider for $1,000, being the amount received i the most eminent. men in public life. sea coast or the Great Lakes. The Including :tr t "
PETER PAN PURSES through the Pensacola Relief all elements are pointing di- work in hand is of the utmost. I t 1
ably added to its strength since the To-day im Foster Ball and Babe Darts
it C. V. Thompson's.O::\) S. Palafox St., Fund. I I 4 ;
last game. Bell. full back being on for portance. The sentiment is awakened, -- : !-
The most convenient and safest ------
pursefor the big game while out for the game "Will you kindly extend to all those --' but it remains to crystalize it into Thanksgiving Ut1neeLIttle 1: 1
ladies use-while shopping I
or on interested and .accept, for yourself our COFFEE SLAVES effective action. I j
Lord Fauntleroy.
thf streets.. with M. M. L seen here weeks t
,since. sincere thanks for this substantial -- Thanksgiving Night-"Tracy: the 1: J
Don't t
contribution, which we assure you is Thousands of Persons Outlaw." I
Anyone who has seen the P. H. S. ,
OF team in action in practice is not sure deeply appreciated. Our work of relief Why They Are Mierable. r WARRINGTON. mi Ladles! admitted free Thursday night 1; !,. 'I
If you fail tq, examine our but that the defenders of the scarlet and rehabilitation Is a difficult Most of our troubles come from under two hundred.usual: conditions. limited to the first -; ;

stock before and purple (P. C. S.) will have their one, and has only been made possibleby I what we eat and'drink. I- : : :: : : :: : Prlet -10, 20 and 30 cents. )

SALVATION ARMY making your hands full in' keeping the ball from the prompt and generous ''I'' Even bad habits seem to become -. _ r tr
the '. Tas coffee Special: to The Journ their of ance rendered by aS3i5t'l more respectable with ag<
purchases of crossing goo.r,1ine. One man Warrington, Nov. 28.-Mrs. Richard I
lic. At the present time we are : ancient pedigree btu it is NIGHT ONLY,
their squad has shown remarkable development habit has-an t Waggener entertained the Euchre
I and will "on. ing two, and three room houses I none the less disastrous to many. _Club ;
WILL BE DEDICATED BY MAJOR be counted assure Wednesday afternoon of last
public parks to shelter those now lIv. I the five years lTor' I was!'
PERFUMESWe fcr a inrt' pf the same. White "During week Mrs. Aaron Herechkovitz cap- f
AND MRS. BERRIMAN ON I A. L. who is a 7a= t playr}::: : at either Ing in tents besides carrying, on our married," writes a Calif school teacher tured the first prize.xa beautiful PIG Saturday, November lit
end or quarter back will probably be regular relief work, and it must be a [ "I became a slave to coffee."I >ture, Mrs. Ed. Higgis and Miss :VTin
FRIDAY NIGHT. have all the leading I called upon to play in one of the three: source of gratification to you to' knew became a nervous \vrrck and m/I ale Simpson tieing for theeecond,:a The KIrke La Shelle Co., Submit f :

i positions, before the last whistle has that you have so ably assisted us and stomach was almost ruined. My food lovely vase. The two ladies cut for .
makes, imported and domestic i blown. that our lasting gratitude is yours. would not digest I suffered great pain the prize Miss: Simpson being the Dustin Farnum It

't8jor md Mrs. Berriman and Adjtot all the : I Prof. Ormond coach for the Classi. "Yours very truly, after eating, and could not sleep an victor. Mrs. Fred :Meyers won ihe i.
comprising popu' JAMES D. PHELAN whole -third lovely'lhina I .
through. My system : prize a plaque. De,
entire night
Widl'r Atlanta Ga.. will! be with cals, when spoken to in regard to his 'In. Owen Wlter' Famous Story C
the I lar odors.: team said: "I consider the team in "Chairman. seemed to be poisoned. hcious refreshments were served' and
Salvation Army Friday night, Nov: condition. No -After my marriage I st'll used cor all present spent a very pleasant af I of the West i t
fairly good changeswill
SOth to give a grand musicale and lee- FRUIT TREES and steadily grew worse. About ternoon. The next meeting _will be 'f
te made in the fee
I line-up as given ; -
to" on Salvation Warfare. IN ARE BEARINGFig 8 ago my father who had beenat held with Mrs. Vogel. VIRGINIAN
BULKThe out a few days ago. years Miss Cornelia Higgins has returned THE r
used :
'rhp* Salvation Army is opening a' The teams will face each other as.I a sanatorium where they
and in from Beaumont' Tex., where he\fcas .> i,
.. often
*te food coffee, spoke SJ
hall street mulberry trees bearing turn '
on West Government follows: and
been visiting her sister Mrs. Thompson *
\o ;ov, in the rooms formerly,occu good kind by the P. H. S.WilkersonV.. D., left end; fruit almost in its ripe state can be such glowing terms of it, my husbandand ;. Supporting Company cellence of, Superior a.- -t -

Dfr* by the Concordia Club. Every Rogers, left tackle; Freeman, left: seen at the home of W. A. Everett, I decided to try It 1 have' been Mr. Robert Toad, who has Been -j

""N" ''s welcome to the meeting. ounce. Also package goods. guard; Wilkerson A., center; DeSilva, No. 50 East Gregory street, and is a gradually but rrrelr cured h! Us use quite sick: for the past week or twois A PLAY THAT WINS ALL HEARTS | p

Everyone that has met the ma Cologne, Toilet Waters right guard; Yates (CapL) right: sight which is rarely, if ever witnessed and never felt so Postura well In my giving -to I greatly Improved. His friends hope ____ jPrl

111111 ** glad to know that he is tackle; Bell, M., right end; Palmes,, in Pensacola so late in the -We still use to see him out again soon.
!ju' to pay another visit to Pensa Sachet Powders, etc. Captivating quarterback; White, IL, left &$*?;I season. our two little boys who always beg Mrs. Elizabeth Schools of Pensaco-- <-* -SOc and $1.50, 1 '

T !;a The major and wife and the Bell, I*, fullback; Roberts, right half Mr. Everett has several trees In his for it, and we think: the day's wronglTbt'gun la spent several days with her sister, Curtain S etocK sharp.THANKSGIVING if,i -

.V are interesting speakers and odors a"t surprisinglylow P. C. S.-Friedman. left end; Williams -: yard which are beariag and the mulberries !- without It for breakfast Mrs. Em Sherman last week. -
wlio almost ripe, while the figs "Am able to eat anything I !'Ike anti I Mr. Robbie Laird left last Saturday
attend the left tackle left are
t. will enjoy ser 453. ; Barton guard;:
prices. Phone TURKEYS. POULTRY
soundly all the night; ;
New Orleans him
I I.The Several branches sleep night for to place
well developed. can
II I Candies. Eagan, center; Phillips, right guard; are the trees were brought to The throu.dL"ame given by Postum Co, self under the care' of a specialist. 1 EGGS, & ETC. E./M. POOLEY, ,, ,,.
Agents \Vhitma.n's Brawner, right tackle; Sublette. right: from I WHOLESALE CCHIS1S3JON DEAL. ?
Creek, Mich. Read the bock., Miss'Mable Johnson and Miss :Mena
Mr. Everett
by '
climax of a good meal-a cup end; Hannah, quarterback; Brent,, journal office yesterday road to .Wellville." in pkgs.'There'5 .. Suarez. visited their onnt, Mrs. Clarence -II ER, COR. CHA.: : /.':3 CCYILLIEfl! l k t
"i Jackson (Capt.) left half : and each branch bore a large The ..
Square Avery fullback Tar PH2'1'
Coffee. Ask your., ; ; :1 Marques, on last Sunday. STREETS.
.Crystal.Pharmacy. 4 I a reason. ,
for a free sample. (1Tbi tie right half. amount of fruit o

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'waited until, he was asked to do 'so. -
There is no doubt that' Dr. Crapsey j : ;; I ARABIAN '.t' Ca! .lUTh ''W.r flosses t. ttrr ot tie "I, the Sw
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b at Ia Jnnfmtl was the right-bishop when that he, said there in were his letterto hun- sa Rlchar*'.. *.'. ,TrBlatlom- ot ,te DaTa .( Heary TIlL ST am* By."

Ute Tale. horse of national cir
1- dreds of clergymen and thousands of The size of the English war A eong latlol T,
laymen who accept the things be I : rThe Arabian Nights" was first In- reached Its maximum In the reign of the Sweet By and By." written by g,

taught but it doesn't follow for,that Leo" pasted the tigress. or troduced to Europe by a Frenchman Henry TOIL. when tae relations/ ot Fillmore Betinett of Entnora Wls, ly

: DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. reason that he was entitled to hold been chasing *.jilc. tender antelope for named Galland and the first English body armor to "band guns"were analogous Its birth in a country store. Mr Bej.

his pulpit and teach them. an hour or more. DM It pass by here?" versions' were simply translations of to those *f the early hp? armor nett told the story, which is givsa jj
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY On the wider field which he -No," replied his chops Dr. Scott a very superior to Three "
t proposes the lion. licking ] his. Then a gave aDd cannon. There was good reason "Wisconsin In Centuries at fjj.

f ....av.J ... to enter he will be free to teach contentedly,'"it didn't pass here." edition, "occasionally correctedfrom believe says the "London Spectator, lows:
whatever he pleases No doubt he the Arabic.** In 1830 however, thickness time for
that by adding little to the It was about closing b .
;: THE JOURNAL COMPANY. will able have to many do much followers moregood and be than maybe Rev. Anna Carlin .Spencer head of the appeared an' English translation entirely ot the coat of steel the soft' low velocity la the-evening when J. pit \\"e

he has been doing because his teach School of Philanthropy ondactd by the I from the Arabic with copious notes bullet of the day could be *?,:whose.melodies have made W*
New York charity orgenztion ranarfcad and illustrations. It was Edward William WitSoT' it was for'.' time. But cousin Tamoas, came Into the
FRANK L MAYESj President and, General Manager ings divided his congregation into two that whose'! k"pt start
recently friend
..'- hostile factions. These factions were she had a ,i Lane's a gentleman whose long tie additional weight:required 'a still ,feeling wmewbft depressed.
house .
more interested in upholding their respective was next"to" an orphan asylUm.It.barret'f residence In Egypt -bad fuHy qualified larger horse to carry It The charger I said to Webster,,"What is the n v
was discovered "that
i MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. views than. In promoting the of apples said she with a undue ; him for his work. This translation bad to be Armored its well as his rider tel'now t** '

; cause of religion. It Is said that the rapidity, and was Tommy disappearing, the young son of'tte aid to have held the field until r and the collection ia the Tower of London lIe repllfd, "It is no matter; It wis

"! SUBUCRIPTION RATES faction line in St Andrews' churchwas house, was questioned. 'It*,* said lie|. the appearance of one "by -Sir Richard shows the actual weight which it be all rfebl'by and by."

One Tear .. .. ........*5 09 One Month .. ..' .. .. .. 46 heresy very marked case stirred and that all'western the-: Crap !1.1 have to eat a great many apples for Burton. Sir Itieharduas a darIn I carried. The panopl ef Charles Brandon The 4dea of the hymn came to m

Six Months ... 2 50 One Week .. .. .. .; ;. 10 sey New York. up the orphans want the cores.' ** and successful traveler win bad a remarkable -I| Duke of Suffolk the brother-in- like a flash of sunshine and I replied.

Ttree Montis. 1 25 Weekly Edition per year.$1 CO Dr. Crapsey's friends ,said that he I t ,facility in acquiring eastern i law'of Henry '1IL, still exists. That "Tlie- sweet by and by. Why wotfd:

was being persecuted. The facts do Ever Womanly. lan. ; He performed a pilgrim- j i of the horse covers the whole of' the not that make a good hymn*

.. Th. Only femsacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed not show that there was foundationfor J I St her among the angels! let her shloe a ag3 to Mecca disguised as a pilgrim a j JI| hind quarters the back of the neck -"Maybe ,it :would" he said indiffer

Clrctilatton Statement Can Be Secured. this accusation. The court of review -I I star. I feat as dilficult ns it was daring. tn '[ forehead nuzzle, ears, shoulders and ently", '

: was made up with great care. !t racan her .oman,'never more divine I Ii l72 he was appointed ta the post of, J j cLest It Is exactly like a piece of 1 tileD turned to say desk and penned
It was composed of one bishop, three Than when whereour British consul at TriesL Here he :
j i she walks the levels I boiler plating and fastened by rivets. the hymn as fast as I could write I
presbyters and three laymen all men ] longings are. ap;>l'ei: his b1w edge of Arabic to': The rider sat in a saddle the front.1 Handed It to Mr. Webster. As he
i 14iterial ..-. 31 I Papers en Sale on Trains of high character and acknowledged II I And lighten up the prison where we 1 ttaktajr a faithful translation of "Th3Arabian inches real
... {..Omc.1100 i ability. It was decided that each : of hlchwn3 a steel shield ten it -his eyes kindled and his whole fr
pine. : I
all'News Entertainments, 'supplementing
and at .. Nights and
stomach thighs
high covering the meaner changed. Stepping to the
should write his opinion of the case. ;I I I deat
; notes -
: with
It's work copious
and that the seven opinions should be Be angel to my worship; be star my steps been | as the "breastwork" on an Ironclad'sdeck I lie began writing tire notes instantly.
presented to the assembled court. It ;I to lead ,: | anl terminal essays which have covers the base of the turret The I In a few moments he requested Mr
Offlc.a-JournalBuitdlng-Csrner lr.tendenGia and DeLuna Sts
: was found that there was substantial I called a mine of csrtocs and diverting is eighty pounds fifteen to band him his
; From earth's ,deep/ gloom to thy raditanee total weight jl Bright violin and bt
agreement on the part of the seven above! ,. -* I information. Its publication caused a I ounces. To Ibis add the weight of the played with little,hesitation the betttiful -

: PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. THURSDAY fOR. IXG. NOVEMBER 29, 1906. members of the court. From these I The daily inspiratte' thine influence I great 'sensation. Detailswere freely rider's armor, ninety-nine pounds nine melody from ,the notes. A for

seven opinions the final opinion was- i need. '.. ;:* j| given that bad previously been sup- ounces and of the rider himself, say I i moments later be bad jotted down tit

Goodbye. Mr. Turkey. a credit to cities far more populous written.- I, But oh. be siipply woman to,ray love.yiHiam ; prcs&ed. But the accuracy of the trans- sixteen tone ((224 pounds!, and the total !I. notes for the different parts and the
< j than Pensacola., me cnurcn to be prosperous. must I -\ Rosooe Thayer. 1 I I Jatiou as a whole was candidly ac- is twenty-right stone twelve, pounds cLorus.
be harmonious. -
\ The Smoot case will be revived I If I The terrific tropical storm which i adhered to. If some Its doctrines of the membersof must be ',- t i kaowlcdged, and Burton may be credo I: eight ounces or 404 pounds 8 ounces I I do not think it was more than ttir--
It is said Uiat the number of young'men 1 I itedvltlj having made into the Eng- '
yext week. Congress meets Monday.. wrought such devastation along the its clergy were permitted to preachone i This bears out Ilolttnshead's statement ty minutes from the time I took my
f I who are -nterins colleges this fall Bsh the fiaest translation of
t: The Memphis Commercial-Appeal j gulf coast during the latter portion doctrine and some another, the with the intention, of studying for the these language wonderful Arabian talcs.-Loc- I that ia the days ot Henry TIlL "who pencil to write the words before the
I church would soon go to pieces. Between erected a noble studderie for breeding and tbe notes had all
? lot s that in the Caruso case it was:September was much more se\-ert ministry Is smaller than ever before for a don Answers. r hymn been com-
: lwo fives for a tenor. j at other places than it was at Pen- crushed the factions its life would be long term of years.There Is no mystery ;I horses especially the greatest sort I'I pleted and four of us were si&glcg it
out Those of its teachers
.. I'sacola and while the.damage to property who cannot with its doctrines about this. The-,reason is as plain and such as were.kept for burden those animals exactly as it appeared IB the Slpiet!
The recent democratic victory in Ihe agree as hideous as a be signboard In a PIE.asant )I i Han Bath. would bear four hundredweight I Ring a few days later and as it tai
was great in this vicinity should get out of it or'be turned out.
Delaware has revived again the suggestion -< .: meadow. Tee ministry as a protl'S-1|I Pun baths cost nothing and are the commonly. I been sung the world over sfnct.
greater portion of the loss fell '
r. of Judge Gray's probable nomination upon i1 -H 1tf' H-H I stun does not offer to the young i most refreshing life giving baths that 1

; 0 by the democrats to succeed I IIt :'those who were best able to bear it b' financial "inducements'* that may be one can take, whether sick or well. MAKING OLD OAK. A NAVAL REBUKE.Two
j and, although a number of lives were BRADFORD'S SHERIFF 3 found in other professions or in the broad |I!I Every housekeeper knows the neces- .
lost the fatalities at other places were i SAYS "GOOD BYE BOOZE." highway of the specialist. That is thereason. ]i '
I sity of giving her tvoolens the benefit O.e of the Tricks of the Cabinetmaker Admiral, a Captaia asS f.,,\
' Some one In DeSoto county has :much greater than here. C There Isno} other explanation I[[.of the sun from time to time and especially *' Trade ,IA 3Iall Bay.

, ( teen trying to get up a petition asking ,;i Pensacola's magnificent system of $ NK ;if t dents.for the It shoas'the is a
". Wall to resign but few men, will :;,storm and sanitary sewers will be A Manly Man. {young man with strong religious absence of the arm 31nyT::: you find a body of men mere clever -; the late Admiral Chichester wu then

\ who will sign it. Judge Wall completed ere another year rolls A manly man. and he is of the kind des makes up his! mind to stnd tend'en-j think of the Injury their clothes art- than those cabinetmakers who produce a captain. On one occasion Atom,

lodge) able man and is very popular in 1:t around, and when the work is finishedthe I of material and good that official goes and to make a faithful this'-!neering, electricity;' forestry, I liable to from dampness who will never goods satisfy the desire ef the Diedricbs the German sent out the

j I .city will be better than_ever prepared without being personally we acquaintedwith say medicine, law. or almost any of the reflect that an occasional exposure public for furniture made of old and Irene on an onrevealed errand and
branches which will-fit him to take part of their own bodies to the sunlight Lasqually woods. can transform
to ward off and, if necessary, Mr.: Bennett. The people of < fancy They without the customary notification ta
Congress will lose some familiar I I in the great industrtal world do not I" health.
to their own exotic
i necessary whitewood into an kinds of
fight contagion of every description.A Florida will judge him by the tone of j the commander of the blockading fleet
f faces when it adjourns next March wonder that he baa not taken' up the :| The. baths do not cost anything I and
i magnificent city hall will grace the his card-Tallahassee True Democrat ministry. Look for the to the :I sun j woods by means of chemicals a Admiral Dewey had suffered, bethought
:rwadswortb of Xew York, Grosvenor,I If I. reason and that Is a misfortune, for people j I chemist would,be surprised if be were ,. sufficiently from that sort of
east side of the Plaza and paved congregation he might serve and fee It ,
f of Ohio. Landis of Indiana and Babcock I Declared War on Booze. I are 'stIU' de1 with the idea that to have the run of one of those factories and so the admiral sent a vessel)
streets will soon b ra reality. Then The sheriff of Bradford county has in the fact that as I, a rule ministers of useful thing
i of Wisconsin will take a deserved : f those thinffs nly can be good or for a day. the Irene's bows and notiSeJ
"declared war" i the gospel are paid beggarly salaries.ileres : across
Pensacola will strike a double on whiskey, so far as t
up I
which! Let it not be for-
cost coney. The manufacture of "old" oak Is one
she would not be
rest. he is individually concerned, and in] her captain that permitted
:: i quick in the march of that I
progress : gotten that"three of God's most bemea- The
: an article to his home paper. the] a story. Said, ). Nagget, of the easiest of their processes. to depart without a statementas
An exchange says Morgan, Rodte-! will eventually carry her to the goal Starke Telegraph, gives as one reason looking up from her; paper ."of a man;}f cent gifts to man (three things most boards moldings panels whatever t-y her destination. It was not Admiral

I feller, Gates and Depew are the angels which all loyal citizens desire to gain that it is harmful and that as a ser-j i who begged the judge to send ,him to,Jail I necessary :to good health). sunlight j pieces are required are made of oak Diedrichs misicn to quarrel)

r-- of the Republican party. Twas a 1 i -the leading city of the gulf coast' vant of the people it is not becoming In place of his wife'-"- I fresh air and water, are free to all. which has just had time to dry sufficiently with both the American and the En;'

shame to have slighted poor old Tom if not of the 'south. to indulge. A good resolution! And I "Har exclaimed Mn Nagget. "and yet You can have them in abundance without to,prevent' excessive warping. Ilsb fleets on this critical occasion. so

The future possibilities of Pensacola the example set by this. officer, an you say men rtevtr sacrifice, ourselves money and without price If you then dark
fi Platt, who. if he is not an angel him! i; They are placed a room he Bought to find out Captain 01 cbHter's
honest man at heart, is well worth 4 I win. If you would enjoy good health ot and close to
advent which
self has one in his family.I : are unlimited and with the ror"Wait on the floor quite purpose in case of a collision, Going
heeding by some others who love the t a minute* This woman stole
den see to it that yon are supplied the furniture to be "aged," are placed
I of more railroads which,will undoubtedly bottle and its contents more than the some clothes she wa.given to wash. You I on board Chlcb ter"s ship be an
r The Memphis Commercial-Appeal t within the washing wfth'pure air to breathe all the time several bowls plates and so forth, cf "Did see wL.
be constructed course people and their Interests.-Live Oak see, she couldn't take in while grily exclaimed you
: Jays: A Louisville oculist says few ,i of a few years, the magnificent harbor News. II she was in jail .a.nd'so he would have 1 j I that yon bathe for an hour or no in the i liquid ammonia.. The room 1s then hermetically I II Dewey did to'my ship

t. Kentuckians use glasses. Like the -the finest on the southern sea- had to work." i sunlight and that you drink plenty of I closed op and the wood is "Yes" replied Chichester.

editor of the Hardeman Press, they t!coast-will attract the commerce of Honest About It J I pure -water.-Pittsburg Press. I left for a month or so, according to the "What would you Lave done if it tai:
I Not being satisfied with a promiseto '
Before and After. which is required. The colorationwill
doubtless prefer dippers or to establish -!the world the flag of prosperity will himself. J. P. Bennett. high sheriff .I age been an English ship 7"
; Neglected Wile-Why don't you go to Tbe Voltaire ( lie Ea.t.Omar extend to a depth of nearly a "Well." said Chlcbester conveniently
r a canal of correspondence directly head and all Pensacolawill of Bradford county has under his own' ,
be at the mast work? Khayyam was a famous Per- of Inch if the room is kept
quarter assuming that the Irene's rap's.f.
f with the jug. rejoice. signature and in print promised In i Husband (a ne'er, do. well)-I ain't got sian poet and mathematician In the closed for f months.
public never to drink Intoxicating : a had sailed without orders from D.;
Verily, we have much to be thankful not to 1. I twelfth century who was employed by is there is so much old oak
k The Monticello News says that ) liquors again while serving as. an.I officiaL iteglected Wif -beacon, Smith offered Shah That why 'lricbsrd' have put nt7.captaints.l'rest
the Mslik in the '
Judge Malone has served notice that for. Sultan revising furniture about Of coarse a little reflection -: and then, I'd have 'gone on bear
youfive dollars to nx-"his fence, and you'
t the illegal sale of whiskey in prohibition -1" h"4 H Be he what he is in some ways, haBaW and a plane and a hammer astronomical tables and in 'making a |, would show that it could not I the Olympia and apologized to Admiral:
thorough reform of the calendar. He Is j
Sheriff Bennett by his'plain and honest i be forestsof the middle
genuine-the such fool In
{ counties in his circuit must 3 and nails. What more do you want? 1 I Dewey for having a command
I''f statement of facts, spoken freely better known to us as the writer of {I would not have furnished onehalfof "
NORTHERN MEN : Husband-The saw ain't no good andI ages 'of one of my ships. -narper'iWeekly.
The venerable not
f stop. jurist does # and of his own mind to the public has some 500 epigrams In verses of four
I it-but people do not always reflect
4 AND PEONAGE. ain't got no file to sharpen it. Ole Smith .
entertain a very high opinion of such proven himself"possessed of a qualityfew Ones which are unsurpassed in their _ _
kin fix his fence London Graphic.Shoe
; men. At the last term of his court Montgomery Advertiser. men can boast honesty with j.i Same Husband: -Ugh years later)-Hist! pure diction fine wit and crushIng sa A Poet'. Honelr Face.

L in Leon county be entered up fines : himself and the people he serves, and Say wife, I've escaped from-the peniten- tire. These clever and fascinating Bncklem. The poet Rogers was afflicted with

f". of r not afraid to make a declaration even tiary. Gimme some other clothes so I Quatrains were put into English by
; one thousand dollars each against though it carries with it an admission When Evander Berry Wall king of notably unpleasant cadaverous countenance

t, eight men who had been convicted of of guilt There Is more In this man kin light out asin. Edward Fitzgerald who in 1859 published the dudes for twelve years ,and really which, with all his iDtellectua-
"In viewing the peonage prosecu- Wife-My! my! How did you get out? "The Babaiyat of Omar" a rendering -
mortification to him. T<
selling whiskey in Florida's capital. than has yet appeared on the surface. the most inconspicuous man about power was a
tions that are taking place in Pensa- Let his friends assist him in keepingand Husband-I dug forty feet underground marked by exquisite melodiousness town, because be was homely of face hide his annoyance, he joked about h'f:

i Pensacola Has Much cola and noting some of to the have hideous been not breaking his pledge to sobriety. with a two-lined fork and then I and by poetic insight and power. and a very bad dresser besides being ugliness Incessantly and deceived bit
crimes that are alleged cut my way through two feet of stone Omar has been called the Voltaire! of
l To Be Thankful For. committed," said a well-known citizen .-Miami Metropolis. wall and ten inches of boiler iron with a t the east because of his brilliant and rather short and blotchy undertook to friends into supposing him indifferent
yesterday "people must have lost saw made of a tin dinner plate. relntrodnce shoe bnckles be made his ta it., He once turned to Sydney

L On this day of general thanksgiving sight of the fact that the Jackson THE FORGOTTEN DEAD. pungent wit while his depth of tenderness first big failure as the sartorial dictator Smith who, with Byron and Moore

,hen the entire country is giving Lumber Company is a corporation One Decline and profound thought and his denunciation of our "jennesse dol'e@ I thinkit was dining with him, and said:

\ praise to the Most High for the many owned and operated by northern peo-Ttrre Are Few EBcllch Tombstone Many years ago says The Boston Post, of the fate which dooms to was poor Al Claggett who said: "Chantrey wants to perpetuate ton
what is best and most
and death
: blessings vouchsafed during the :ple. Over TIT O O14. a Philadelphia clothing manufacturer received decay "Why Berry you make a fool cf your miserable face of mine. What pos\
past 1 "Our entire country should know a contract for making uniforms beautiful In the world reveals much self. Shoe buckles with long stockings I would you suggest that I should tste""If
Some there was a correspondence go
; twelve months, it is meet that the this and it should be spread broadcast years ago for the telegraph operators along the line that reminds one of Byron"Swinburne wish to the worU
main and knee pants. You, can't wear you really spare
the -
in the aiguoient
: people of Pensacola should pause for \ for the reason that I believe it papers of one of the railroads. In order to and sometimes Schopenhauer. "'
'era with socks and trousers. Interfere as much as possible, said the wit
being that there were few They -
: 'is just that it should be known that very the along the line he !
f a moment and give thought to the measure operators
with the set of the trousers would if I were you be taken at m'
is outside
.> the Southern people are not always at tombstones in the. open-that sent telegrams asking them to meet him I
many things for which thanks should fault. I fear the South has already of a church-which could show a on the station platforms. Wearing Glnsien. around the feet Then of course. prayers my face buried in my hands

: be given to the all-vise Creator of the received a bad reputation from these record of over 200 years. Doubtless lie sent this telegram to the operator Atone Wearing glasses need not be perma I you've got to have a low quartered i Rogers laughed with the other persons

;k Universe. Great calamities have occurred prosecutions and it is very likely the there are many tombstones of a far' of the small stations: nent. If the first hint of derangement shoe. Cot It out. 'Berry cut It out" : present but be shot a malignim

but in each of them there has impression has gone out that the greater age, but most of these are now "Meet me on the arrival of the %:li I in the eyes Is heeded a short time Wall Immediately quit-Kew York I glance at the jester and, it ia said never -

been a silver lining to the cloud of adversity 'South is altogether responsible for undecipherable from'the perishing material p. m. train. Wear nothing but shirt and spent under the direction of an oculist Press. I I.s. follyforgave him for the bonnet
I|such a state of affairs as are alleged trousers." 'I will safely tide-' the difficulty. It .
f' ; our afflictions have been many used or have sunk deep Into the .
I I to have existed. If such ideas are At the appointed time be reached tbs! is most restful to close the eyes frequently Reg-ret
but. when 'all is said and done our prevalent it Is because the lumber I earth in which case there can be small station and inquired for the operator. He for a few minutes. This rest "Hello, old man. Haven't seen anything Im After Tears.

suffering has been slight comparedwith I mills are located in the South and doubt as to the inscriptions having be- saw a young woman,looking embarrassed.She does them great good. Particularly of you ,since you got married. Smith When Green was ron g

that of other cities and the minds of the .people, should be I come obliterated.The How it?" I that widow
[ / communities I said in answer to lila inquiry: should this be done in trains and'street goes young a couple of :ml1
f, and the very atTUctionsi !set right on the matter. oldest record 1 hive come across "I am the telegraph operator and am and I "Thanks, fairly well. But marriage ago he declared he couldn't HT* *rj*

i themselves will eventually result in j. "I dont think anything retards immigration was at Godsuill churchyard near Vent- here in response toour summons; bat cars. Many thus a Le headache saved. Traveling smarting in is a costly job! If you only knew what I out ber. Jones-And did be marrY ber'
pain '
more than such prosecutions nor. where the visitor can see legibly I decline to comply with your instructions may the dressmakers charge I Smith '
| Yes. And be
is tnr.agget
a greater Pensacola and in greater Is exceediagly now
as are in progress in Pensacola Inscribed. -Annie Garde, IKC. but as to ; public conveyances I itf I .' .
happiness and prosperity to the people -,and the quicker we let the people probably some of your Tenders may appareL"I I bard on the eyes even for those that I suppose you regret a divorce on tbe grounds r.1-"
I Iso, no. I married a dressmlker.1 to live LX.-b=ngt
who claim the Deep Water City know ue are not to blame for the know of tombstones bearing nn earlier ;I are strong and perfect. The gaze Blatter. 1 impossible: with her.-
the 'conditions, the quicker they will be should be confined to the interior of the '
of Gulf as their home.A date. The most surprising number Fame and 1'ortnne. 1
I gin to think better of the Southern -------- ------
car. Looking ont of (lie windows to
little over a year ao Pensacolawas people. oK tombstones clustered together arc 'That ycaus physician is working

afflicted with an epidemic of the : The whole thing reminds me of possibly those grouped at ISom-Lurch. hanl.** the rapidly changing scenery is a
The cannot
best medicines world
I the
f yellow scourge which in years gone :the it-construction days when the Isie of AV5ght! these ranging from lint Yes" answered the veteran practitioner. great strain.-Philadelphia Ledger. : take the place of the in family rhf'c'an-'

i by has reaped an awful harvest cf South used to be blamed for the black- to 17tr III all there are eten. Laving "He is on the track )f a discovery \ \\TheFamily Consult him early when taken ill. If

t ,death in many of the southern states*eit crimes"that' were caused by carpet I! these dates: 1G10. lult). l(\. It.Z'.. that will mean fame and for-14 I the trouble is with throat bronchial
baggers. 1 ;S7.; 1 iO"..
rnne. He I Is trying to Invent a new
business for
and. in consequence was hl tubes, or longs ask him about takiagAyer's
f a time, practically demoralized. Many ...;.,.-".. ..,.....,'cr.n'... ._.-"_,..,..-3....._....1I So far-that is. during a three yean/ uacic that will make tome old ailmentfaehlouable"Washingtoa the Darwin American relates\ that the live Gauchos for months ot !llUOlLimi lO//* H Cherry Pectoral., Do as be says
j. lrt'b-1 have found 1 tombstones cf the : Star. pampas :
J y*>*T. *. we pbuaa J.C.IrCO.
it would be be-
that ..
predicted years ; THE CASE OF DOCTOR seventeenth watury at Cod&hili. Bou- oil the fat meat of the oxen they watch % "1.foa1. faIiourysee.t.e." Lo..I.. .

fore Pensacola would recover from the # CRAPSEY SETTLED. cfcurch. BeadIng: and St LawrcytcVeutuor Barelr Remembered. over. The Eskimos can get along very

blow, biit instead of years, the very 1-, .,,, ( ), in the Irlc of Wigiit; at Wa- "I suppose yoar late uncle didn't fall well by,eating from five paunds to six
r ifirst day PE'nsacolaII'U free from the 1- f.!:: : : 5" tffin ury" In Keuf. where there are ,to remember you in his will." said the jx>midi a day of reindeer or sears flesh

'fever-ub >n the quarantine was removed -| The ,Rev. Dr. Crapsey of St. Andrews several in excellent order; at Tonbrid sympathetic friend. eo long as it is not too lean, but ("On-I ----w-- ---.---

Immediately -o in Bristol. Harwich, South wolii.Lohvyn talus a due proportion of fat. Says
t; -the heelVaerCIty Episcopal church Rochester Ipswich. "You can hardly call it a cementI -

r resumed the even tenor of its ,X. Y.. has saved the bishop of his Bay (old parish diuTfbyardj. I i'rance."' replied the po:'r relation. "It author of "Diet and Dietetics "Some I Lumber
diocese the trouble of pronouncing men obliged to live a very fatiguing I That Won't Shrink
way and business. during the months t I awl at Miilbroek. near Southampton.I was marc like a faint recollectiont'Three ,
:s-rttence upon him by renouncing his might note that in all 1 have *o far life the trappers and hunters of the
that followed, was even better than connection with the Protestant Episcopal -! tombstones over pampas of America and Siberian'
totmd thirty-five Ycar
it had been previous to the advent ofI church. will be admitted only I :: If have real lumber -
It generally that
!t 200 years of age,-London Stadard.ll.a.ktales. How long." asked tie judge of a steppes the inhabitants of very cold you a job requires dry
the scourge. Many predicted a recurrence that his action is to be com 'climate the fishermen living on the
i have been without
vagrant ngro yon the kind that won't shrink ask for our
of the fever this year but their mended. He relieved the bishop ofa 1 means of support banks of the frozen sea. can eat almost -.I ,
painful duty and lessened the possibility nny
failed and Pensacola was I .. exclusively without suffering special kiln-dried
I predictions of active manifestations of unrest J "Sine my wife died In 1903 sub. re.spondod product.
mercifully spared. in the church iu the part of New !I I am no friend to the people who rt- : the dirty respectfully.- from It enormous quantities of meat or ,

While. the yellow jack was raging York where he has many sympathizers. -1] ceive the bounties of Providence wit pincotf s Magazine. ,fish but on two conditions-that the -

two of the finest office buildings in In closing his letter to the j out visible gratitude. When the sixT matt be accompanied by its fat and Saunders Mill Company

t. the city were destroyed by fire the bishop htla.1 that he will continueto !. pence falls Into your hat you day The Sicilian tyrants never devisedgreater Ii that the Individual subjected to this ,
teach his views outside of the laugh. When the messenger ot an tra- punishment than eavy. Jo- diet lead a very active life In tbe open fttome 717. 21 East Garde $ .'.
loss being estimated at somewhere In church. He will present his case to | expected blessing takes you by tho TenaL air i .

i' the neighborhood of $3C'O.OOObut still "the high court of the tree Intelligence hand and lifts yon up and bids you walk -
Pensacola was not discouraged or dis and enlightened conscience of the : for
>< and and sins .
wins yon may leap run
world. He thinksthat if he he
heartened. In the of the buildIngs St
place joy even as the lame man whom -
will win for every church and every
t: destroyed two of the finest buildings enlightened soul in Christendom. Peter healed skipped piously and rejoiced

c in the state have been erected When Dr. Crapsey was preaching aloud as be passed through the

one of' them a' massive seven-story the doctrines for which he was condemned beautiful gate of the temple. There U Plantation Chill 1 Cure GuaranteeiTo

structure. built upon thoroughly mod- fce knew he wasn't In accord no virtue In solemn '. JoyIs i is i

t' ern lines, that will not only be one with the teaching of the church, with as much a duty as beneficence .is.
which he was connected. As soon as Thankfulness is th T other sid of mer- .
of the finest buildings in the state
he discovered that he wasn't he ought Van '
: I I r when completed 'but which would be to have resigned. lie shouldn't have cy.-Uenry Dyke I Cure. or Money Refunded toy Your Merchant. So. Why Not Try IT? Drlce. SOc. Retail.




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PAINS i AMUSEMENTS.Jewell : i- M !


Case of Miss Irene Crosby Is One '

Thousands! of Cures made by Lydia Kelly Stock Co. As
E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Mr. Jewell Kelley and his popular s Easy 1 '' }

Stock Company 'arrived in Pensacolaat 1
Row many women realize that early:hour this ,'f
I It- not the plan of nature that women -- closing a successful engagement of l To Get Well Made, iE
wl1ld; suffer so sererely.Miss ,
S No. 669 Before 3 P.,M. five performance to capacity housesin .
Telephone I No. 38 After 3 P. M. Mobile. Mr. Kelley sara.that this \: % perfect-fitting, superior r
has been one of the most successful]
quality, shirt waists as the f
r.! seasons he has ever,had and that' he

has not had a losing week since he -,: 1 .. other kind. We cheerfully .

came south early in September and recommend "Royal Waists'
his haa made friends.
company many
THANKSGIVING, 1906. From here the company will go direct ( You cannot realize what
For For love that makes for perfect peace; The Journals Daily Fashion Feature east as far as New York state where '\\l\'Y r/ j comfort you have missed until E
sun and rain that bring Increase they win.cloe the season about May \ "
For watchcare that shall never cease; : 1st. Next season Mr. Kelley will A you wear a "Royal. .

;: Our grateful tributes Lord, we pay. again bring south the highest class; '.,
With swelling hearts and lips that sing .-..i popular price attraction in the. world
Thy praises, Lord, ,
we humbly bring
(' and Pensacola will be made early in !
To Thee our glad thanfcoffering, 4 -.e.

This glorious Thanksgiving Day. : the:This season.afternoon Mr-Kelley and his WATSON & REESE CO. j t .

For "A'Ik company will present for the ETCl ARKER ji f ,'1
_ways made plain to weary feet; r .
time here the original production of
For each i
God-given promise sweet; 'f\\ ;i
r For love o'erfiowing and complete, Little Lord Fauntleroy, and tonightthe EVERYTHING TO WEAR."
Our humble tributes Lord, we lay. sensational comedy Tracy, the
Irene Ciwby With harvest songs resounding free Outlaw," which will'be staged with all
We gladly come, dear Lord to Thee, special scenery. Foster Ball and Babe
From Lakes to Gulf, from Sea to Sea, I Doris are still with the company' and n
Thousands of American women how. This glorious Thanksgiving Day. will be seen at each performance in a
ever have found relief from all monthly ,_ new and pleasing specialty. New Illustrated
offering by taking Lydia E FinVham'g For ripened grain that fertile fields I songs and the latest moving .
Give Your Cook Rest and Eat Your -
Vegetable Compouad, as it is the meet Great recompense for tolling yields; 1 pictures will also be given. a To-day
thorough female regulator, known to For love that from dread danger j r 1; ), r To-night ladies will be admitted free
medical science. It cures the condition shields under the usual conditions if seats are
vhieh causes so much discomfort and Along this earth life's toilsome way. reserved before 6 p. m.. which will be
robs these periods of their terror We kneel dear Lord, with hearts that limited to the first 200. THANKSGIVING !
Miss Irene Crosby of 313 Catrltoa swell f r DINNERt

Street, East Savannah, Ga.,writes: With love and joy no tongue can tell. "The Virginian."

"Lydia E.Ftn&hamWegetahla Compound And render thanks that all is well The Klrke La Shelle Company in of
u i true friend to woman. It has been of With us this blest Thanksgiving Day \ "The Virgin1an"comes to the opera
treat benefit to me, caring me of irregular house Saturday night. -
and. palatal periods when everything elM had The cycle of the year rolls''round, This play, which may be said to .lit ,
3i1 led. aDd I glaoly: reoommend it to other
: And still Thy love and care abound;
have received its first substantial en-

raffmng Women women.who are troubled with pain Still And refuge so we in sing Thy our arms songs is of found-praise! couragement In New York while at CAFE NONPAREILIt's

ful or irregular periods backache, Teach us, dear Lord, to know Thy the Manhattan Theatre, has since then 1::
bloating (or flatulence), displacementof I will; established a record of well authenti-

OI'gans.1nftammatiol1 or wlccration, I Help us, 'dear Lord, all hearts to fill cated success throughout the country.
that "bcarll1g- faintness, indigestion nervous All days shall be ThanksgivingDays. i iI has duplicated his metropolitan hit as Cheaper Than Staying at Home :
prostration or the blues, should take the cowboy hero and is now the stellar
immediate action to waN off the serious Will M. Maupin in Bryan's Com feature of this excellent stage'version
eonseq ences. and be restored to moner. of Owen Wister's fascinating story oi
perfect health and strength by taking I the west

Lydia E. Piskham's Vegetable Compound ..................................................... a '1
and then write to Me*. Pink- Pretty. Wedding at H PETER PAN PURSESat .. .
ham Lynn Mass, for further free ad- C. V. Thompson's:0 S. Palafox St. : You might as well get one right :
VM.. She is daughter-in-law of Lydia Presbyterian Church.One The most convenient and safest purse 2 to-day: because sooner or later is
E. Stnkham and twenty-five years .t'the prettiest church wed- for ladies nse-while shopping or on J you're bound to be a "Ko- r 1 s
haa been advising women free oichart dings of the season occurred last night. the Itreets.THANKSGIVING. daker." It's the great- i 1 I
*. Thousands have been eared the First
at Presbyterian Church'l :: est fun out- -
by so dotttf I TURKEYS, POULTRY
when Mr. John Angus George '
$1.00 up to +
Funiak and Miss Alice McLellan, of I J $35.
this city were united in the holy I ii

Imported Just Macaroni Received., Sweet Oil Cheeses a bonds large of circle matrimony of relatives In the and presence friends of,I STREETS.f''m PHONE 1211. i i : OI.A. I I '4

nll Pickles, Sauer Kraut :Mackerel, Cod Rev. Julian B. Sibley' performing the
Fish: PlKs Feet. Spanish Onions mot
Bread. Fren h Davy Bread. Everything. ceremony. The hour of the wedding' .
'revh and new. was 8:30: o'clock but long before that 'm ESTO.Special In long : r i
Witch Hazel $1.00 winter evin- '
per gallon. t1
hour arrived the spacious church was i +
Marine Grocery Company. filled with, friends of the contracting! = = = = : = = : : = fags flashlights Z 1:

V. J. VIDAL. Manane- : parties, both from the city and other :- : are the thing. Any + ..
.I body can take them. It's I I! I
points. 4
.I: to The Journal. We instruct Get ii :
easy. you. a .
The bridal party entered tho churchto i.
Esto, Nov. 28.-Monday afternoon Kodak to-day. Learn to take
.! pictures
the straiWi'of Mendelssohn's wedding -=- three arrested .s
I boyswere here
"The Best Is What We Sell"Are negro and amuse yourself r; I
march and preceded by little: RECEPTION COSTUME OF VELVET. who had escaped from the reformatory I '
flower girls, who scattered roses and!, school near 'Marianna, one of which i t,

chrysanthemums in 'the pathway of illustrated Black velvet but was the'used model for would the gown also I I tabs These straps each side were cut out In' square we learn was serving an eight years ....................................... ............. 'I"'; l I
the party. The charming: bride enter. on of the front and fin.!sentence. They escaped on the 24th .
You ed upon' the arm of her brother Mr. be effective in -almost any coloring ished by back velvet buttons; embroidered -inst and made their way here and on '

Donald McLellan, and proceeded to the The skirt :Vas made t in kilted style, I ... with gold. thread. The coat had their.arrival were a man F. DAVIS / ,
alter where she was: joined by the the plaits stitched down' to below the a rounded peplnm, attach d''.lnV1a1bI1 who had once been In the employ of J. JEWELER
groom, who had entered from the hips and had a sweep all around. The at the waist line and there 'was a the school as guard. Now in

vestry room::with his best man J. M. little coat was trimmed with two-inch narrow vest of white cloth applied They will be sent back as soon as New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St : t I' 1
GoingHunting Flournoy. There Rev.. Mr. Sibley pronounced wide real Irish crochet Lace, which with: narrow black and gold passemen possible. i
the words that made them was stitched under straps of velvet terie. Later: Late in the night the negro 1j
boys made their again and ,
man and wife. j I escape .
have cot been seen since. j
The charming bride' was beautifully J- p1.
Marsh Mrs., Hyer Whiting, Mrs. Mc- :
gowned in silk landsdonne with trimmings Gibbin Mrs higgins Mrs H. G. De- DEATH YESTERDAYOF
; Fine Feathers Make Fine Birds ,
of pearl and beadpassamenteries -Silva,Xrs.T.L.Gantt Mrs. Post Mrs. : COTTONDALE.6Declal J
and real lace with pearl orna- W. B.: Wright, Mrs. S. A.: JohnsOn, W. W. CERUTI i..1'.I'
ments. The. yoke was of.embroidered Mrs. Rix Robinson Mrs. L. D. Blocker : : ': '
ThursdayIf I chiffon and the girdle"of satin. She Mrs. John Avery, Mrs. Calvin Good- W. w Cerntl, who has been ill for When your prescription is delivered to you :,

wore white. kid slippers and mosquetaire man, Mrs. Charles Swayne, Mrs. 1 !o The Journal. many weeks with consumption expired neatly labeled in good, readable writing, wrapped r r .;,
gloves and the bridal veil Cottondale NOT. 28.-A fine school yesterday morning at 2 o'clockat t
George Wentworth Mrs. W. J. Forbes
so you will get hungry when was of silktuille. She carried a large :Mrs. W. H. Northup, Mrs. B. Forbes,, Is. in progress here, being taught by his home, corner of Ninth avenue in a secure, tidy way, you at once get the I.'Jf4; : "
you get out hi the woods. You and bea.utiful'.boquet of chrjsanthe- Miss Eunice Rawls, Miss Mattie ProL Williams' and Miss Mosely. and Twenty-Second street leaving a impression from the looks of the outside. that t.r ;
can't eat turkey and cranberrysauce mums. Whiting, Miss Ethel Many new buildings are being erec- mother and father and a large numberof .
but you can take a nice Morrow and Miss the inside is all right. q". .F
lunch with you. Let us fix it up The maid of honor Was :Miss Susie Warren. ted.Mr relatives to-mourn his death.
for you. Come In and tell us how Anna Scholls,.youngest: daughter of : J. C. Shomaker has moved into The funeral will occur this afternoonat You can be pretty sure that when we display ,1'1 i :
many there are la your party and Captain Jas. Scholls. She precededthe Mr. Emmett Wilson left yesterday his hew residence which has just had the family home at 3 o'clock. .1 .J
we will da the rest. bride, .a. few paceS'and was exquisitely afternoon for his old home in Chip- its finishing coat of paint. e so much care with the outside, that we take ex- 1 .

Lunch Tongue. Potted Chicken gowned In soft white silken ley where he,will spend Thanksgiving. Mr. Hugh Massey has In the course NEW CEMENT WALK WILL tra precautions to make the inside! all'right.. We ; 1
of construction
Chipped Beef Deviled Turkey a large residence' on BE IN USE THIS MORNING
Vienna Sausage Deviled Ham tissue over taffeta, beautiful effect I' Mrs. A. Goldback returned Wedne& MaIn street will send after your prescriptions and send i
Hamburger Steak Corn Beef Hash The waist was trimmed In flimsy lace
Veal day to her home; at Thomasnlle. Ga, The Cottondale State Bank building The new cement 'walk on the westside ,
Chicken Loaf Loaf Baked Ham Bean.Loaf the large' puffed sleeves being trimmed after a visit of several weeks with her is nearing completion. It is being of the Plata which has Just been them back to you. j ?

Salmon Sardines with bands of the same laces, daughter ,Miss Nellie. built by J. R. Shomaker and is a two- completed, over which pedestrians 'li ( i
Cakes Crackers WafersRosenau&Gerelds and she carried 'a shower bouquet of story. rock-faced concrete building, have not been allowed to pass will Let us fill your prescriptions. We have filled ; 'f ;1

large white carnations fastened with', Miss Llllie Collins, of Sl Louis, arrived and will be one the most handsome be In use this moraine but hackmenare over two hundred thousand SInce we have been l L
white satin ribbon bands. in the city last evening and will banks in this part of Florida. The warned not to allow the wheelsof
The ushers'were Messrs. J. M. Gil- be the guest of Mrs. S. E. Seals and building will be owned by Mr. Sho their vehicles to strike the curbing. in business. 1 I
lis and J. R.Lewis.Immediately Mrs. George Kelley for the next two maker., sidewalk is Improvement :
THE FANCY GROCERS, The new a great
following the ceremonyat months. The Atlanta & Gulf Railroad has over the old one.
116 SOUTH the church: the bridal party "with a track laid several miles south of Cot- th
PALAFOX ST. Mrs X. A. Nielsen and two
sons W. A. D'Alemberte
large number of invited guests proceeded tondale and the grading is roKTeS9i -
will spend with Mrs. J.
Phone 391 to the home of Mrs. W .Y. rapidly. This road is doing a SLEEP WALKING.
T. Stewart at Roberts, Fla.
fine business already and when
Lewis 7NJ East Wright street sisterof com

I the bride, where a reception and Mrs. S. C. Sherill who Iran been pleted will no doubt be a source of Dangerous Habit:Overcome by Changeof Druggist and Apothecary I <:t f
wedding supper was tendered the spending several months in Texas ar great. revenue to its owners. Food. .

GULF CITY COFFEE CO. newly married couple. Here four lady rived in the city yesterday and will ready The Cottondale for business State by Bank January will let be, The causes of sleep walking are va 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 i
friends of the bride assisted in receiving spend the winter in Pensacola,.with with J. R. Shomaker as presidentand rious but the sleep walker always hasa 1 J Ji
H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. and acted as waitresses' at the recfpiion. her son, Mr. J. H. Shernll. C. M. Fellows cashier. disturbed nervous system. I
Miss Alice Prit- Often Improper food by causing in i t
roasters, Blenders and Shippers of They were I Mr. Ed. Pepler ,has made quite a J
chard Miss Ethel Scholls, Miss Irene Do you want the best? Then get; lot of fine syrup this season. lie uses digestion and thereby poisoning the form one of the requirements of life. ,i f
Fine Coffees Pritchard and }ira. W: C. Walker, all Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely -a copper evaporator and the result is nerves through the stomach, is a Yours will always be clean If you 1;: 14 .
handsomely attired.: .pure, so twice as far and the that his syrup excels that of most of cause of this trouble. Clean I ClothesCHRISTMAS I send them to i r
OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL The happy couple were the recipients ; 'Blue Ribbon Flavor"* is perfection his neighbors. "My daughter-for Ave 1 years was !
;-ROGERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL Ask for the 25c size. with which The New Method Laundry,
of exceptionally large numberof work troubled indigestion
for farm
an Labor scarce
is very LAWRENCE. .. ..., ,
PHONE IMS E. W. Prop. ett* Uuarj IOM4Uit j} f
I beautiful and costly gifts from their and all the crops will be cut down sulted in extreme nervousness" writesan AGENTS WANT EO. J : 1
..I large number" of friends. The brideis next season Ind. mother "She would eat
an accomplished and charming The, Shoemen with a Reputation : heartily of meat vegetables and ....................................................' .Ft.1 i l i
joung'lady:of this city,',,'ho'has many Tie Laborers .t S.rrl WE WISH friends and admirers and the groom: S rrla'.laborer is at heart a simply .sluggish, lose her appetite, and get BO : :t.t !
is a member of the firm of J. J. 3Ir- THANKSGIVINGGREETINGS prosaic fellow. His"attire is-coarse almost nervous she could not attend to her '
Caskill &; Co. of DeFuniak, and is a'' to the point of tmgainlinees school work. : FUKNITUKE. I{ f
GOOD'i young roan with a bright future, i rough brown trt>owr of homespun a vm Such occasions the family doe '' N'r
HEALTH ]Ir and Ira George ..-leave this coat c shade or two fatter and edged I tor would \\ ana\>;y gtoVai het' tsw 4Vaaa .

)\morning at 7 o'clock. for DeFtafak; with n strip of black( fleece; a peaked<< would ]u-ber>up ior-a: wttte, only : .
THROUGHOUTTHE I where future to have the old trouble come back In : ,
they will make. their woolen cap and a cane, and you hare : .! < I
home. three or four weeks. -. !
i iI the He is a farmer on a small '
picture. '
I TO-DAY "She would walk in her sleep some- i 1-'i:
HOLIDAY scale, and his hobby 1* raising hogs times when her nerves were greatly select i r'''
J. Delightful Afternoon t, which ht turns Into 'the forests or disturbed by indigestion. Begin early to and buy furniture for [4 .

SEASON., Euchre Party.Mrs. I fields to fatten on mast. The rural life "For breakfast usually had some I': the home and for gift service for Christmas. e, t,

PURE F. M. Bunn and Mrs. A. M. Our store will be closed to- In Serria to primitive. At sunup folks kind of cereal and for a change go' I : i., .
rail, or schnapps, and Our winter styles and stock have never { t f fi
FOODS- Stillman entertained a number of rise, take some Grape-Nats. We all toot to tho I : !
but to f
,day, -morrow;. Friday work. Their meal !III
their friends ; rgo to the fields to new food my daughter became so '
Tuesday afternoon witha been so complete? A few dollars
as now.
THE KIND WE delightful card party. Six handed we will give you some start- brought to them at noon and again In very fond of it she often made her :i I .r,

SELl- euchre was played, after which delightful -ling values. They will be our I the evening for they often work until breakfast on Grape-Nuts exclusive ot will surprise you with results. Good rockers .. r
life on and on. else--sometimes also for
sunset And so goes anything: : .
MAKE FOR The first prize was were a served.handsome Friday Crowd Coaxers: Be 'Across the bluffs that border the rivera lunch. .i for $1.25, $2, and $3.50. Big, easy chairs :. .Lr.

GOOD'HEALTH. piece of Japanese pottery and was sure to look for Friday's ad. road runs parallel with the Danube "We.coon noticed a marked change ': with loose cushions $5 to $25. i. i1 t
won by Mrs. W. H. Northup; the lone and here workmen are seen, dressed in her nerves; she ceased to walk I a :: .
hand prize.av silver candle stick was often. in white suits with red girdles her seep and had so trouNe with her | 'ht,, .

Sol Gahn won-by MrC: W. B,Wright and' the'I striving to",bdag ,from the. earth the stomach. -We were confident the T: "
& Co. the is
had brought happy
consolation Grape Nets
cut bowl InRoumanla
prize a glass by grain that will not come.
Mrs. S. A. Johnson.Am i'MEYER"SHOE GO and Bulgaria the grain lands,art rich. change, and continued to are it, so : MARSTON & QU1NA
The Pure after more than a year she ,I ml
Food Store., : thong present and participating but bere the earth seems stubborn aDd that new
I Stuthest C.r.e,Palates sad 'late.dendsFhonesi480 in the games were- Mrs. HerbertDMlembsne. trnprodrcttTe.. So the laborer **.. out Is & rosy robust girl full of animation "

J ")It"T;: F McGourin fEET,FURNISP.JRS> _FOR FOLCS his,existence as.he may-the least interesting strong and well.Name given by Poa- 2: 1081105. Palafox St. Phone 149 Pensacola, Fla. : _':
__ )Battl Creek, Wen "There'sa
Mrs. F. W.Marsb.Mrs Henry the laborer of ttalhtrn tom CD. J Ji (
1. :Mrs Frank 'hiUngr Mrs. Hyer'I' 102 SOUTH PAUFOX STREET Europe. of all relSOl-- :... ............................................... j : : i i

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MONEY IN THESE LOTS AND YOU In case of fire what will I Residences invest-
'ilt PUT INTO THEM. become of: your savings? I ments, business houses, FLORIDA !

; One-story dwelling on West Government street. near DeVSIIiers St $ 950.00 In I.
of fire can
case. in fact I
you everythingin
-; dwelling: on Spring street near Romana, with lot 40 feet $1600BUYS ;

One-story front ...................................... ......... .............. 3600.00 readily see how the econ-, the line of
Block cf ground. well- situated and containing 21 dwellings, all new % Ii
and rented rent at $1500 per annum If sold at once ........?....11,500.00 I JACKSON STREET, $300 CASH. BETTER .' omy of years may be de-> I j

Desirable$4;>'> per corner annum'on the....West......end.with...........good......improvements................rentingat ...... 3300.00 SEE IT. -I"I stroyed in a few minutes. REAL ESTATE I NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL
S 550 Buys two houses East Garden
Baylen :street, near Government, property .
Investment on .
Splendid now renting at $740 per annum................................... 6850.00 street renting for $96 per year.Stop .

;r, Desirable piece of property on. Intendencla street, near Palafox .. 6350.00 : find that and this figure property it up and pays you. 17 will per We have the customers I ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY 1

Store with good dwelling attached upon large comer lot on the cent. $150 cash. balance 8 per YOU CAN'T AFFORDNot '
West End, splendid business location ............................ 2650.00 cent$1750Bu and need the prop- :1 ..

Seven desirable lots on the corner, fronting the bay, near the business : 4 good renting houses In the
center i . 3500.00 east end. renting for $276 a year. I to protect it with erty to supply the de- Panama Hotel] open, Saw and Planing Mill machinery :
of North street, invest- : This pays 15 per cent. $500 cash
Ten lots on desirable corner Baylen splendid
i{: men ............................................................... 1800.00 and balance at 8 per cent. I fire insurance in a reliable I I man.d..If you have anything here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot i

: we have We can a great rent or demand sell a number for them.of houses of 4 rooms, upwards, at once, as i company. Phoneus to sell, list it withus i Wagon Wharf built Bank and Store buildings :

t o Vacant lots also handled by us to ad/antage. about the matter or I for quick sale and satisfactory going up. 'Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing :
t. We insure property at lowest rates. E. BROOKSReal
r .. LESLIE call or writeHcDAVfflHYER I results. I i the city.GET. .

t HOOTON & WATSON i. and Insurance.Phone Estate I j 1.S.. BROWN & CO. II I IN ON- THE GROUND FLOOR f j


I 462. 112 S. Palafox.:! CO. I LOANS, REAL ESTATE i Write- or See .:

I Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, I AND INSURANCE .

t I No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. .1 5lalne:1 Ute Agents Insurance New Company.York I TUesn Bldg. Phone No. BIB I i THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY !

*o .++................................*...... ... .... :: Phone.700. Pensacola, Fla.JHIOn1E. .

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f" -"..'NTED-Young man as city salesman. Ao'TED-Every choir' singer to try $3000) LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD CONY.

\, ('; acquainted with manufacturing CHICLETS.
trade i and not afraid of work. AddressP. Through and' 'Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
O. Holt 712 City. 29nov4tTVAXTKD A1\'TED-Everybody to eat Thanksgiving for 212 West Wright street,
i dinner at the Southern Hotel. Home $85 -
-Every druggist In town to sell \made mince and pumpkin pies. Everything a very desirable 8-room and I READ DOWN READ UP
of New
iClJlI.'Lh.'T8.. home cooked. You are invited. : per lot gets ten lots H block CItyproperty. Trains Nos.- Trains hOlt .
t 27nov4t hall residence with l large lot. None better as an Investment. 4 I 111OIpmlIlS6anm

1 WANTED AT ONCE-Two or three Nice 5-rom and hall cot- Lv..Pensacola..A.. I 6OIIamt

4;: JOOtJ glaziers. Apply In person. Saunders 'I WANTED TO RENT-A large house : $550 :30sun CZOpm: .................! ................. tZ5pmllliar: \ bp:1!
f Mill Co.. Brent road. 28novlw close in. Will lease it If terms are de- tage, new, nicely finished,, _ _ 11:43&1Jl 9:10pm ................ ................ i( 4IQpmt 8:3la:
I eirable. Address Mrs. A. M., Care JournaL l front and brick buys two three-room cottages renting 7:25pm 3:17am Ar..... ..................\ :ZZlai.
houseketper >I $4500For large gallery 18.00 per month. This as investment
L WANTED white first-dais woman Apply 27nov will net over 15 per cent. 8:00pm( 3.37ani v.................. ................._ $:1am J.05.u-
r alo one and 110 East- AII.'TED-Young closets throughout house 1:25am 8.15am .................. .................. I 1:00am t.2Qp'J
!I: to M. IL Rouse its 28novJt collector. Address man B. wants B. Care position new two-story. 8-room house! with ,, 7.0am: ZlOpm ..................St. .................. i 8t5J.'m 3ipr;
Government street. bro halls and two large galleries $1500
27nov3t* artistic up-to-date home with all modern : an- city :water; lot 50 by 137 /,, 7:5Opml 3:27am v..................Nuhvtue..................Ar 3:% 2.1as
f I'f !THE DeFUNIAK HERALD wants A improvements situated on car line on for a pretty six-room home In most desirable 2:20am. 8:30am .........- ......... ................_Lv %: am'' I-3ii.s,
t' printer. Good pay and light work. WANTED AT ONCE-Second-hand bicy i I high point overlooking the bay. at south- on the corner, two blocks location In'city on East Hill near 1OamI1Z:00n'n{ Ar...................C1nctnnati..................Lv 6.tpm:
.novlw* cle. Must be in good condition and west corner of 16th avenue and Jackson car line. -
cheap. Address. L. M-. Care Journal.ZJnovlw. street. From car line, nice neighbor- BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
t WANTED No. 1 cook for bridge -
'" J. C, Maxwell, Mulat. Fla. 2Gnov6t NURSE WANTS POSITION with a dce.I 7:00amll:05pm[ ll:5oam[ Lv::::::::..Pensacola..........Ar 1| fI.OOaml I 00pmI 3'!i-r
I tor. Call or address 302 North Spring Money to loan at lowest market rate this if you want a home,. C"Ro Y AIEOIER IO:4Sam; 2:55am:00pm ; 4:12pm Ar............Mobile...........Lv fl:4mam111.9anm' ipni.lSpm
WANTED- Men to learn barber trade. I I I street. 23marlw of interest. | 7:15am 8:15pm| Ar........ Orleans..Lv \|. .. .: <..anFLQMATON
The well known Moler system of ..colleges this $2,450.00 ,
located In 22:! leading cities, offer A.\'TED-Some one of means who will bought:Mortgages and sold.on real estate in city ___ PENSACOLA, RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE

tool fcteadj:;. diplomas practice and, positions.careful instructions Few :weeks years care old.for Apply and educate Pearl Eagan bright boy or 14 'All of the'Maxent Tract west of "r;:', 200, Thiesen Building. 21 I S L' 1 ''a f Trains do not stop at stations Z I 4I.'ally Ii : ::
J. completes. Money earned from start. Mrs. Win. Fisher President. ISnov street now for sale. Phone 686. DallyfDally! where no time I. shown 1DaUyj lJaiIy Daily Daf,

Write for catalogue. Moler Barber College 1 ...... 4:65 330 2.1\01 -.......... .......... 12:49 1Ej 8"J-: ;
Xew Orleans La. 24no\6t* WANTED-Position as stenographer, or J. W. Buflock Jr. I.. ...... 6:00: 2:35 2:551 .............Century............. 1:40 1P i 1-P I......

WANTED once. man or boy cook In work assistant by young bookkeeper lady of and experience.general office Address I COLORED LODGE. :::::: tt:: :3:2Q 3:051: ( ::::::::::.Bluff..McDavld Springs..:..:::::::: ...:m;; rMI) : !I.-,t; .:::::

boarding house for 12 to 14 boarders. B. C., Care Journal.. novlSU I ...... 6:10: 3:043:36 .........Pine Barren.'l2Of 1i- 7 1------
\ Apply at once to Mrs. IL it. Byrd Pax- Fisher Real Estate Agency Real Estate and Mortgage Loans .. .5:39 a:13 ...3.60. .............Iolfno ............. : ; fo .....
10'. ton. Fla. 24novlm Ao'TED-Five Room 302 Brent Building. I. O. S & D. of St. L. ...... ...... -:0 ............Quintette............ 11:91 11:4)1: .; Iitj .....
t. the hundred couples to attend : Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem ...... -5:5336 -4:11 ...........Cottage Illll.......... :. .1i:29 .; :14'......
WANTED-Good house girl. Apply ::' grand Thanksgiving ball on COLLECTION OF RENTS A ....5:57 19 ..:15 ...........Cantonement.......... : 1:6 ; 31 ......
t 1 Thursday, November 29, at C. K. of A. Council No. 2, Independent Order .-6:01 .1:34 .. %3 ............ ... .
22nov .
Xorth Spring street. hall. Barroa'. : Phone 637 : .Gonlal: ... .... : 12:21 '7 :" .....
[ orchestra. ISnov I SPECIALTY. of Sons and Daughters of St. Luke, ...... .:03 .3:36 ..:%5. .... ..,...'..Roberts............. .. : *1:19 '7 24 ....
J : meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday .1I5 ..3:45 ..:.0. ..............OIJve.. .,;........ :%%/-1%:< WANTED AT Or-\CE-A. good cook at I YOUNG! LADY stenographer wishes position -', Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St night I .6:21 .3:514:48.. ...............Brent.............. -11.15.11:0. ...
> 18 East Wright street. Onov i in Pensacola or anywhere in West' : of each month at their hall on Tarragona :..... 65354: ; : ............ Goulding ............ .. : 7:(,., ..
Florida or South Alabama. References. ''I FOR SALE. between Intendenda and Ro. ...... 6:30 4Q( 4:53// Al'........ Pensacola.. .......Lv I-IIII-U; :...!. 7.--

r WANTED white party. or parties, to I Address M. E. (X, Care JournaL 17nov I mana streets. 'D. Howard, F. C. H., = = = _

. run a boarding house for ten or twelve i CONKEY"S celebrated Rotip Cure Chol MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS FOR SALE -Fine sr.rootucot\! ; e on ROT. C. H. Jones Secy., No. 1 Frank ii11 r I f I I >
saw mill laborers near Century. House I East Hill;fine neighborhood, high and I I I__ ____ _,I I I, All
era lice
cure and mite killer as well' Scott F. C. H., Stella Dawson, Secy.,
E tree and goods at wholesale. Address $=00 .......
as an unexcelled Egg Producer. All AND FURNITURE Mattresses dry. House on two corner lots. Trees in 7:00 Lv..Pensacola..Ar 10bY.. .......... 11:1
a. Century, Fla. Alt modern conveniences. No. 2 novlO-lmpd I : 5:20..S ............ ..... .
r J'I guaranteed, splendid grade oi made to order and also renovated yard. House : ;n. .
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wheat that ,,:mdmk your fowls lay. F. I ; new ticks furnished. New and I new. Will sell cheap or exchange for: C : :.::::::.:.G Point.10:33.'P::: :: : : 1
S. Mellen & Co.. Pensacola. Fla. Phone : second-hand furniture modern or antique property near to town. Address Mrs. A II:!; .......Yniestra.. ........... ...!... ... .10.;
BOARD AND ROOMS. I Il :234. 7nov Ir bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing M, Care JournaL 25nov : t.o ::::: ::..: : Ta. ...:1:;;:....... ; :
t Co., 114 East Belmont .. ... : ...... ..::::::::::: ; .
C WANTED-Position as saw filer' or Phone 771. street.24nov FOR SALE-Strawberry plants. Bermuda DIRECTORY S S:4 .... ..... ....... .......lIarp.............. .... -10 ii
superintendent ..... ....
grass for lawns and California 1:31 .........Galt
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for or mill City..i'' .1
rent. foreman
( with or without board. Table board. competent maa. References furnished., by a MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers prlvits for hedging by Thos. ..McMillan.Brent : :: ...........7:39...... )II11on............. ..10t5 ...-...-..... ii
t Phone, gas and bath. Xo. 3 Palafox. Address J. W. Lasseter, Andalusia Ala. on hand. Orders taken for special Fla. 25nov PROFESSIONAL. : ....... .... ;.i:... ........... Ran5e............ .............. ........., .'

"" 27nov Snorlrn. occasions. Phone 282. ISnovlm FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near S 5:57.:::::: ::::::, 8:: g.. :::::::::::::i.lfIft ;;:::......::::: ',:i%.:::::: ::::::.-/ 5 !

t. .- I WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We city. Part keavily .timbered; part S ...... ...... 8:3 ............Creetview............ .9:0. ...... ......1 :\
ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms WANTED-To rent, a house on North are now in cur new quarters. 214 cleared. Call phone 285; or address 1102 W. B. BARTON 8i6 Land.'C_.. ...... .\ ,1
I>" suitable for light housekeeping.' Use 1 Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for Intendeneia. entrance also at 215 Romana E., East Oadsden. ISnovlm 8:09..a; .. '::10. ...........M089Y 1-lead.......... SU....... ....\. !
of phone and bath. Apply 822 East' one year from date of December 1. Ad and prepared to do everything in 1.35. ........DeFunlak Springs....... .. IIS............/ C .
Oadsden, or Phone 897. 25nov dress Pensacola Investment Co. SnovitWANTit carriage building and repairing.wagonand E. PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The Attorney At Law. ':30...... ..... ':44 .............Argyle............. .' .7:44...... ...... ,1 C
i L. Herring. Phone 923; City. 14oct. Journal magnificently illustrated Offices-FIsher Bull inz. Palafox street. 1:52..e. .. 9:11 .........Ponce DeLeon... ...... C- j
magasme containing scores ef views of, 10:1 .......W..viJJe...:. ..... 7:21..I. ., ..,
Will in .
KOR fumlahad room in ISc-dvtra.: >-All kinds beer bottles. I pay MATTRESSES RENOVATED the city and harbor. For salet allbook States practice Courts.' all the state and United 10:%%.............. 10:15.. ............Camill...._........ 7:1L. ...... ...... .. :J
h&nalall Twenty-three years' ex
good locationYoung couple preferred.Apply ir-ading brands tick 10 ...... ...... ..... ........ ..
I' 815 East Gadsden. 23novlwFURNISHED of winu. beers ana whiskies, and stil 1 furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car stores or at The journal office. By: perience. ; .1030j; ...... ....... I ii
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I: manufacture medicine. Joe that Roth well-established corgi pet taken at Watson up and, Parker matting laid.Reese Leanorders Co.' mail 20 cants. ls it n: ;.:::::: ::::::.tZll:: :. ::::: ....::. oniiay..6:35..... .... : J...:::::: :::::::1 : :

corner. Tarragina & FOR SALE- Large furniture and 1143.; .... ...... 1107 ...........COttondale...........
wagon ...
ROOMS for rent at 212 and Government Sts Wesley Duncan. T. G. YATES M. D. 6:18 .... U!
West Gregory street. ISnovlm Hoc t 7septJ. harness. In good condition. Fisher Furniture 1.10..... ...... 11.2: ............Mart'U1na............ 1:00 ...... .....j' .
f A.1\'TED-At once a four or five-room; H. PORTER. saHmaker. 711 South house. 138 and 140 East Intenden .IZ:44 ..... ....... : .. .............Cypr ss...,;......... 5SS....... .... ,
i FOR REXT-Pleasant furnished room cottage. Must be close in and in good Palafox street. Orders taken for tents cia street. !One Optician. Ridge.......... ....... .... .
: southern exposure second floor. Corner neighborhood. ,Address 123. Care Journal awnings camp stools and house cob .. .............. .5:22......... ......' t
t 51th! avenue and 12th street. near East 25sept etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan FOR SALE-Half-Interest In one of the 306 Thiesen Building. 12:63.11:82.Grand. .. ......... .. 5:10..... .. ...... .... .1 : ',
t llill ar line. llnov best n'Uf'i houses In South Alabama. ._.. Lv I....... ... n
TAILORING L. Diamond.<< Tailor SHIP CHANDLERS-McKInxle Otrtlng to devote more time Twenty years' experience as an Eye _ AM", ; FY
FOR: REXT-Rooms with or without Cent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired & Co., wholesale and retail ship (crand to other ietersts. Call on or address W.S. Specialist. Examination free.' Trains 21 and 2J and trains 2 and 3 ..
Ftorala l Alallnovlm carry through sleeping between P- -
sAort.noUce.. lens and Only first-class Sheppard car
NO. grocers.
board. Men only. Apply 17 West La. lift West nous S cola and Jacksonville River Junction
line St. 7novlm Government St., Pensacola. Fla. of kind in city. Fair prices to alL OOOOOGGDOOD060000100000000I and Seaboard- Air Line. ,
FOR 9AL29-S room hO\lH. good location
Trains signal
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS suit WANTED It. Bingham wants your MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie best water in the city. A bargain. Ap: L. C. PHILLIPS Ph. top on
able for light housekeeping with priv moving and hauling lie guarantees Mims Proprietor. Furniture repairing ply 9th avenue and 16th street. ISnovlm
liege of beth. Apply 222 West Belmont all breakage. Phone 630. of an kinds carpets laid furniture Homeopathic. -
for ..hlppin.Phone FOR SALE-111 acres excellent pineappleand
packed 63
28oct W A 'TED-Tile MercUuits Transfer' Co Next to Tampa landing. 22aprUH. orange land on Jupiter river; excellent I. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.M.I Pensacola St. Andrews and
TOR RUNT-Newly furnished tront wants your nr:>vm? and hauling. AI I market; close to railroad; three Office and Residence, 12 N. Gulf I LANARKOn
in family, southern exposure room, breakage Mntee4. T. B. Therein. i ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet miles from ocean; some improvements; Hours: 9 to 11 a. rri., 1 to 5 p. Steamship Co.
ri'bre neighborhood and Proprietor. Phono 978. iI Iron Worker; cornice work and sky healthy locality. Address-. E. Beneflcld. STEAMER TARPON.
...I!> Use of bath, gas near anil businessrntr. phone. A.l"'TED-All I lights a specialty; roofing guttering and Aycock. Fla. Snov Phone 65. W. G. BARROW M alter. the Gulf of Mexico.
electrical work. repairing. 109- East Government opera LWtLLtW1LQJJJJJFrederick PASSENGER AND
Apply to 422 West Gregory or phone 28ocUral issg. |I I nIl all kiads of electrical batteries I. house building. Phone 580. Residence FOR SALE:.:-At a bargain, paying Furniture FREIGHT SERVICE.
-. and other electrical! supplies. Whan you I phone 1316. business at 138 East Intendeneia -Between- Hunting and fI--; ';; season now ""
< need rue ring SJ5 cr 955. E. W. Peake. street Address Box 325. City. Snov Ausfeld. F. M. Blount. PENSACOLA. MOBILE; APALACHICO. Oyster beds within easy reach
FURNISHED. ROOM few rent. Apply 301W. New Star Laundry, BId<<. 1';. Garden. I -- AUSFIELD & BLOUNT LA. CARRABELUE. ST. AN.
Cnase street. Sloct FOR SALE-Six-ton schooner 36 feet DREWS. MILLVfLLE. Offers .exceptional advantages n *

!______ ..___ W.A.\'TED-Seeond.hand. sacks of an dcrlptlons : I' FOR SALE. over all 11 feet beam. .round bottom Architects And all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car- place to"spend part of the wmtrwit*,
1 I wanted. If oat of town. ship copper fastened. tight and in good condition I- rabelle and AoaSchlcol!
them to us; if in town. ring us at No. 312-314 brent Bid g., 43 Moses B'da.! SCH EDULE.
:; PERSONAL. up I NEW BOARDING HOUSE OUTFIT for with good sail and gear. A,bargain. LANARK
Pensacola. Fla. Montgomery, Ala. INN.
334. or bring them to us at corner o f sale or lease. to responsible party. King & Runyan. 4nov Leaves Pusa.cola Sunday 1:30 1) m..
., Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & : for Mobile. Ala. Under new modem am
Owner wants to take needed rest.
fllKW a CHICLET while you are thinking Co. :2Sniiv.; dress G. H. Montgomery, Marianna, Fla.28novlt. FOR SALE-One fine waD Case. 25 feet WM. A. BORMANS, Leave Pensacola Tuesday 8:30 p. m, well kept; will afford special attention ts
it o\er-wonderful help. ,, long. 8 feet high with ribbon case 10 I for St. Andrews, MIHvllle.ApalachIcola. hunting and fishing: parties.
feet long. separate. Will make fine display Architectand Superintendent Carrabelle and Intermediate points.
case for any kind of merchandise. For additional Information anoly toe Reached the Florida/ A
FOR SALE-Three-year-old Jersey row Ol'l'ice-3 Brent Building,
LOST. I FOR RENT. and heifer calf. Can be seen at 1118 E. Apply to E. L. Reese, 17 North- Palafox.20novlm: Phone 823. Pen acela, Fla. .R. COBB J* -*, SAUN6ERS President., Ala ama-fiallway. Convenient tchedule*.

Strong street. 28novlwFOR 'C ,General Frt. and Pats. AflC Pen Tourist rates now In effect.
FOR RENT-Two nice double stores acota, Fla.
t )..o T'-Ltw-k from wat..h fob engraved Eat Intendeneia street between Paid SALE-1 eec nd-hand safe, 1 roll FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed ,. Fee hotel accommodations write LANARK -
and S15. --- -
"-. Co1:: leeward for return to U E. fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fishe top desk. and 1 dray all in good con Pointer Puppies. 310 Signed. SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA ---- INN Lanark Fla.
Garden street, or 12:! East.. GadsdenHrf''t. L Keal Estate Agency. 22nov dition. Apply IL F. DeBroux Warring Bagdad Kennele. Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm Legal Advertisements.NOTICE writ
For schedules. railroad rates. etc.
Fla. JSnovlw ..
2Onovt ton
.: FOR SALEForty'acres 1ana, ...eU.tim.. J. H. McWILUlAMS
FOR RE"iT-.A. It. Plngham has storage Pensaoola Lodge! No. 3. K. of P.
1* miles .
bered good house. east of Pass. Rgent.Bainbrldge
room for rent. suiiacle for furniture FOR SALE-Two tickets north; good to meets every' Monday evening at ;:311 OF SALE. Gen
Olive, Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds, P. O. CaEVEHSVILLE
or other goods. 101: and ICC South Tarragona December 3. Address (K East Gads o'clock at their ternpoiary Castle Pall I Please take notice that I.- F. Massa.
FOUND. i iI I street. Phone 29. den street.. Pcneacola Fla. 28nov e Box 164. City.- Snovlra- oirer Pou's stable, Waat Ibteadencia St f master cf the Italian ship "Trojan" of,i -...--.-.-.-.--..---.-.-- .--- .- .- -
Vlsitiug brethren rtn'' Ally welcomed.' 1S24 1
FOR SALE-(25.00 cash for Remington reinstated in 1S96 in
S FOR SALE House and lot at 1013 East -t. E. H. DBNNAKU. c, c. the Interest of wnom tt
I Jackson stre t, $1600. Apply to G. A. Typewriter Jn first-class writing order; H. KORSLER. K. of R. & S. may concern. on &
J'Ot'XDnpportunlty to sell reason for seuing. have no use for same _ _ WeUnesday. the 15U day of December.
1fT by confectioner. cmc.1 1 i- MONEY TO LOAN. Dohlstrom 1913 Kast Jackson street or i here. Address "B," Care Journal _ I UO, at 12 ocioc3s noon. la front of the
: a.lh'e I IGr. 818 South Palafox. 27novlm L 2lno1m* DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.Naoirl iidUla custom harjse. WIn sea at public .
.\Y HORSE, white spot In forehead i -. Lodge. Xo. 1) iliug.-.ters of outcry., IT.. the LIgh-it bidder for cash HAUTERAILROAD
L and left hind leg white. Owner can UNLIMITED amount m ney tor loan: on FORSALE-One gelding horse. Apply FOR SALE-A pottery works with stea:, Uebea.. meets f'venMClmJay night at the snip "Trojan." with ail rpars, tackles.! TERRE
all kinds personal property on shortnotice. 1313, West Jackson street. Andrew 8 o'clock in L O. O. F. halL ,
steam appurtenances as she
p hare same bY, paying for this ad. llvrtle engin drying room. moulds, now lies, on the
Terras ea.y.Get my rates Cgoing Pensacola.' 27nov3t and everything complete for carrying sisters cordially'Invited to be present.ltR4. west bank of Mobile I
Grove on
: Grove Poultry Farm Myrtle Fla. river stave OneMaster. -
elsewhere lStar, Loan Co., 116 .
28novlw- % business! together with the finest bed oi J- T. PCLLIAM. N. a MIle cred. .}o', ).IASSA,
E South Pal>ifox. movie FOR SALE-Small iron safe. Price $:0. pottery clay in Escambia county. Located :MRS.: HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec. G. IVULICIJ. .
Fisher Furniture House 138-140 East right in the city. Apply to or address Con.war Agent of Italy. THE DIRECT LINE TO
-- I II$:>OCO.00 to Ioanon good security. Pen: : _,_ __ 28, 1806.
j I__cola Investment Company. SOoctMONET JT Rathbone Lodpi. Na. CO. Knights of
;: HOTELS. FOR SALE CHEAP-second-hand bug FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timber PytLUs. meets every Thursday n'.pht! at ADMINISTRATOR'S '
LOANED on real estate and 11]I pies and wagons. If you want a bar.: land. 12,500 saw mill timber and sawmill Castle liall. Members of sister lodges Notice is hereby NOTICE.
I' personal property on short notice. I(gain in a second-hand vehicle of any Jeil 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several and visiting brethren cordially i invitedto gatees. dUtnbut, .es. and all creditors. le-
LOCKIURT hOTEL Lockhart. Ala.,1 Terms easy. J. W. Dullard. 28 U South scriptioo call or write W. E. Taylor Chip- good farms and town properties. att n'J. J. M JXOPER. C. C. having claims or demands other persons all points in tho
Palafox $t. Phone 1144. against
| icy Fla 23novlm Write Gentry & Settertind.v Chipley. Fla C.J.LEVET.KR.8.: the
: new management newly renovated [ estate ot Mary Bauer deceased. to
f: nice tions.rooms.Special Bath attention and to all traveling accommoda men.Prwcial I CAN LEND YOUR MONET at eightper 11 I FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen- 23s pt. M. E.: B. A. No. SL meets: first and sent two (the%) Tears some.frora to the undersigned within North and Northwest.

rates to weekly boarders. J.Bodgers. cent. If you have any that jou 11 & Sons piano in handsome rosewood The quality of Jackson Square ti'.IrdVednesday evening at 7:30: p. m. 1; nos. 'WfiTAu November
want interest on. see about Rafford Hall. No. .
me it. i It case. A bargain. Piano :an be seeq 1C, West Thteiutencia
I Prop. 2SnovBROWN will be absolutely safe on real estate by calling at the Kandy Rlteten..Zoc Coffee Is guaranteed. If it does not: I'trt'tt A. G. 1ELL. Pres. Administrator cum testamento anne o. -
t -. t' '1Irltr. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 452.MOXET | give you perfect satisfaction your J.L..SW77JET. S- cy. novloawSw Exceptionally Low RoundTrip
HOUSE DeFunlak __
Springs -
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Good beds. airy rooms. elegant meals! : TO LPAN. -Everybody borrows grocer will refund its cost. PENSACGLAI.6epQE
I one 35-horse power engine. 100 NO.4 I. O. O. F. Rates to all Summer
t: free bath and sample rooms. Special money from Jno. A: Hall A Co, HI, 1-lnch pipe. This engine Jus. tao Pensacola Lodge. Xo. 4, L O. O. F-. FOR ADOPTION.
( attention to traveling men. Rates ':'OU E. Government St. When In need call ifeet for a small saw mill. Address Box ,FOR SALE and Immediate delivery, one meets every Thursday evening! at 7.30 Tourist Points.
J. E. automatic tandem compound center '
!! per day. Brown Prop. on us. Fla. Sloctlm at the new hail on Belmont and Itaylenstreets.
103. Pensacola.
t crank steam engine of about 150 horsepower Yi iunr.' brethren FOR ADOPTION-One orphan .
f'f>rdl!!Jr iarr boy, 7
HOTEL SOL'TUERN-pen aU the ii-ET LOANED on an kinds of personal FOR SALE-IJ5lit. fine healthy country- and two return tubular boilers. 72 '\-tt ed. B.. 5. WTKOVSKT. N. 0. years old, and one orphan baby boy S HHIman. S. L. Rogers
I American and European plan. inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full ERLE. months old. Will D. H.
year. property on short notice. Terms Secretary be given for
raised worth $..i J. but let adoption to ,
turkeys. goat ;
Special summer ra'cs. First-clasd la easy. J- B. Gray& Co., 2 W. Bomana. $1.85 each. Apply to Nettle Oliver. particulars apply Stone & Webster EnIW responsible parties. For particulars ap- G. P. &. T. A. .. General Agent
t every respect. Pleasant and conven Phone 1165. & ifeto Molino Fla. 17nov2w Corporation Box 830 Pensacola. V"%. O. W ply Pearl Eagan Homes or 11n. Wm. Evansville. Ind. NashvUle. Ten*
ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop., Penis Live Oak Camp Jfo. 1, w. 0. W. Fisher President. lto v
: cola. Fla. lIsp FOR SALE OR TRADE Seven IL P. meets In Pythian ban the 1st and 3rd
t I t.'lTED, amount of money to loan FOR SALE OR y.wiu.NaE-ualf block wood mill: complete order. Will cut Wednesdays in each month. Visiting :Jackson Square Coffee stands for
f; BAT HOTEL Open ntght'and day. European on all kinds of personal property. Sp!'- in New City near Bay View ,park; will twenty cords of wood pet day; terms to I Uvereigna cordially Invited. Home-cooked Thanksgiv-

.f-: Tra.-test.plan.t-'r1'.. q'Pr't Rooms..light..--and;-,. clean., rte. rt''t' 'to..:business Y' n\ ,'_ men' .on.... large..... it cottage I.- -or. sell. 'cheao- if right party. or will_ trade for stook. or A.. F. A..Rr Q'T(91r. r'.>. < -quality... ..-...put......uptn,+...'25c.....4, 60c'and rth"rq. $1.00 W!... :_",. n--..... _.. i..... ...__..t.--

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(vEi: :', j jyKbuh M RKEl REPORT QUALITY AND"NOPREMIUMS REAl ISf TE c '$ '': -. .... -. .

I TWlfarNS ] The Eastern Companies are making a desperate fight to keep the : '4 I

; NAVAL STORES. a State Mutual Life I Insurance Co. offrom'doing '
Savannah, 0*., Nov. :8.-The naval Jackson .
tores market closed to-dny as followsw .
t" .......&P................,........< 90 TRANSFERS -
all the business of the south. considers that these Eastern j1
not "smooth sailing"Jick .. ..... so When one,

te could did see some his"tall way clear figuring"to succeed before r....".....)))j)))))).,..........._.....)))).....?..)::::..j 50 25 00 35 'Squat .. DEZOS. and Companies received have from practically that source owned, the insurance of the South for over 40 years

H ...........................4 10'to 4 20 J. P. Harrison to J. E. Bowman-Commencing
G ...............-...........2Sto4OO OVER FIFTY MILLIONS OF PREMIUMS EVERY YEAR -
Vulcanite roofing (0' ............................3S&to5 at the northwest comer of Camp ,
E ........ .:.....T..3 85 to 3 3 90 85 (JAVA BLEND) Ground thence west lot and of south'measure'east along Public 13 Road feet I we can understand how keenly they feel the turning of the tide by '

jiek : came to the rescue C .::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::3 8S 'i8! feet thence west 10 feet, thence north THESE PREMIUMS STAYING SOUTH FOR REINVESTMENTS. .
Spirits Turpentine% to t 64 cents. : i
s as it always does when 83 feet to point of beginning ail In section -

?t3C its merits are known, Penacola Cotton Market Roasted Coffee 40 Township. rtb. Range 31 west, When we, THE STATE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, of Ga., in

eo, of course Jack's tions The are following furnished Pensacola by fo. P.cotton Conor quota-& This is one of the finest -,$25. .P.SO.J Harrison .to* Emma Bowman- the beginning of this year gave out our ESTIMATE of business we expected .

.( 4 :.. .- house was a success. Florida Co., F. o B." cotton. brokers. -, Ptnsacola. blends* In the world Yo* enjoy Commence at.the southeast corner of to do for 1906, we were told that it would require a business equal to ONE of f -

.: Yours will be.too,if Good middling ........................10% New Orleans larnry* for Camp Ground, 54 feet west from center of "
Strict middling ;.-.....;. ..........103* railroad trick thence the "Big Three, and that it was out of reason to' say that a young
\ use Vulcanite .......... .... breakfast while drinking: this L. & N north 548
you Middling ', ...,.....:...10U
the cheapest ood Strict low middling .................. 94 coffee. Only packed in 1. 2, feet thence west 100 feet to a point of SOUTHERN Company would do such a business. We have not only done

,' roofing! ever made. Low middling ,....:......- ........... and 4 pound airtight cans. stake beginning.; thence Thence south 130 west feet 70 to feet a stake to a; more in Alabama in 1906 than any one of them issue ind 1905. but

j- For sale right here London Nor Foreign 2tnion Stocks. Pacific and We guarantee every can. thence east 70 feet to a stake, thence MORE THAN ALL OF THE BIG THREE TOGETHERas

r in town now: by Southern Pacific led an upward movement north 130 feet to point of beginning-$175;. '
In American securities to-day. The Coffee Co. W. L. Bell Trustee to McDavld-Hyer will be seen by the following, which is taken from the "Alabama Insurance ;4
A. M. Hardware Co. tone was firm and prices during the early I Importers
Avery co, a corporation-Lots 1, 4, 5 and 6, :
session advanced U to % over yesterday'sNew Report of 1906,1;
York closing Mock 81, East King .Tract east of Tarragona -
Limited street-$100.00 and other valuable MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YORK
. .$3,499,262 I

: I J :jIs; Ir I IUfACTURi3 New York.New Nov.York 28 Futures..Cotton futu:.... I "lew Orleans. considerations.David J. Hart to Daniel W. Ragan- NEW YORK LIFE . .... . . . 2,463,769
opened steady November offered. It; 0.
r December 10,27: January 10_40; March. northwest !*. of Sec. 18 Tp 1 N. R SI W, EQUITABLE LIFE . '. . . . 1,632,969 I
;" 1060; April. 1963/ Lid Mar 16.70; July containing acrea-$300: .00.

t:STIllS .110. .77; August closed 10.70. The Lewis Bear Co. Pensacola Development & Cons. Co., to Combined total of"Big Three". n .$7,596,000 f.

JURPE" I Stocks and Bonda.New BUnch D White-Lot 18, block 123. .
.. ;: i iI! York- '$ov. :28: .-Opening" prices Pensacola, Fla. Beach Haven Tract-$35.00. Business written in Alabama during_ the TEN MONTHS of 1906 by the

iI I'I showed considerable gains over last Pen,,;acola Development &; Cons. Co., to "STATE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. of Ga.
nights level and the demand was active DISTRI BUTERS.ORDERYOUR Annie E.Vhit,>- Lot 4,.' :block 15&!, .$7,613,750 I
I and wen distributed St. Paul GreatI t Beach Haven Tract-$35.00. '
I I'!Northern preferred and New York Central! Pensacola Development &. Cons. Co., to This shows that we have written more business in TEN {MONTHS -

I were carried up to 1%. Delaware and Min W. White-Lot: 14 block 51, 1906 than'the Three' combined issued during theTWELVE MONTHS
Hudson IK.* and Bock bland preferred a Beach Haven Tract-$35.00. ,. "Big ;
point. The other prominent speculative .
favorites advanced a 0 large fraction gen 1905. : q
erally. the fu-st including Union Pacific .
Northern and Texas Pacific Dt'nv.r Reading.and Atchuon.Rio Grande Kansas Fruit Cake"nd Pound Cakefrom MISS. GRACE DOES THIS NOT SHOW THAT WE ARE DOING THE LIFE INSUR- '
Ontario and Western, General Electric, J. ANCE BUSINESS OF THE SOUTH .
Virginia-Carolina_Chemical and Americanice.
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CHRIS PFEIFFER, and that there must be something particularly good about our policies that enables

The StormVc Jackson Are you Square fond the of good celebrated coffee French? Try On East Hill. us to do such a tremendous business in the face of the concentrated fire .

dnp'coffee. Leading grocers hare it. SISTER 'OF MRS. M. J. JOHNSON made on us by all companies, the Eastern Companies in particular? : '
Pound Cake 25 cents
per pound.
1, 2 and 4 pound air tight tins. Fruit Cake 30 cents per pouncf.Onr PASSES AWAY IN JACK We are writing the cleanest, broadest, fairest Annual Dividend policiesthat -

\ now have all of our CHARGES CARUSO WITHINTENTIONAL INSULT. SONVILLE. can be found; and they contain larger GUARANTEED LOANS and 1

storm-beaten docks work- WDOU&fST asers of morphine.ciineor if CASH VALUES than any other policy sold in the South. j .

and dock New York, Nov. 28.-The Etremng 1audasn. It will be interest to of minutes of I
ing, are prepared to e :: ; to your give one our agents thirty your
World to-day that the woman
says Miss Grace Williams, sister of Mrs.
any vessel from 100 to 3,000 who charged Caruso with insultingher large book whiskey of particulars ,* M. Q. Johnson of this ciU died yes- time.
in Central Park is the wife of P IU M I ou home or terday afternoon in Jacksonville af
tons on short notice. We Adam Stanhope a baseball player. isuatorlnm.Address tretK,Dr. ter a lingering Illness. ibis information OUR ASSETS lIORtTHAN DOUBLE OUR LIABILITIES.

She confirms the complaint againstthe eU. WOOLLBI, reached the city last night .in a
solicit estimates from cap- tenor and declares the insult was ; CureI lOIN. or5t. telegram to Mrs; Johnson. VIVIAN H. MARSHALL, Gen. Agt., 212213214 City Bank, Mobile, Alai

tains and owners of vessels Intentional S !itl U, jlSHIPPING Deceased was the daughter of ,Dr. ..
Thomas Williams, of Jacksonville, and .
requiring docking and re- Former Pensacollan Here. had many friends in this city where ii C,

nairs.OLUNGER. Cashier Horton of the Mobile Trust she visited about a year since. '
Company is in the city to spend NEWS BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW.
relatives APPLICANTS
Thanksgiving with ; and will

friends in this city. Mr. Horton was Prepared to dO aB electrical repairing on short notice Ring phone STB and a .
EXAMINEDTHREE representative will call. W. T. Bidwcll, President and Manager 203 S. Baylen
DOCK COMPANY formerly cashier of the American Arrived Yesterday. street. '
National Bank in this city and resigned Ida. Span ss. Araao, 21(0, Liverpool to IN CITY S :
MOBILE ALA. Gulf Transit Co. .
that. position to_return to Mo- Robert iscrafton. Nor bk, Morthensen .

bile some years ago. 56-1, Barbadoes to :McKenzie. Oerting & CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS SC.
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Milk In Tarter. Las Palmas to Southern States Lumber ? WERE K,E.CLARK.Vicf President and Cashier J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cathler. -j
Agent for Diebold Safe arid Lock Co.. In Turkey there is a great consumption Thyra, Dan bUtn, ,Raamunsen 260! Bar. NEEDS OFPORT BEFORE YESTERDAY.
Banian.:; Ohio. of the milk of the buffalo, the badoes to order FOR'WASH-: THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
Office and Salesroom E. Gov. St. Cleared Yesterday. -4 f
common cow, the goat and the ewe
-- Cognati. Ital bk. Schiappacasse, 1434.: for ,
-- -- Three civil service examinationswere
but it Is hardly ever used in a natural Buenos Ayrc" with 862.000 s ft lumber. INGTON.
I held in Pensacola yesterday CF PtNSMCOLA. HA. j4
1 state. According to a paper read at Sailed Yesterday. ....iCongreesman.WWiam. 'i I
Clara Munsell. Ger ss,.for Buenos Ayres. each being for a different departmentof I S
Coal and Woodw t the London Academy of Medicine, the hta government, .and. many applicants Opera House Building. -
milk i is considerably reduced. After VESSELS IN PORT. .. B. ..atnar. the for"Various positions were'examined r
slow cooling the milk is treated with a Menzele ,Ger : 181- genial representative in congress from -- -
>' deliver Ice Coal. Charcoal and ferment taken from the previous" day's St. Vincent to H. Basra N. Jorgensen& CoBoltenhall the Third district:, a.rrived'ln the city The positions are deputy collectorof I CAPITAL STOCK, $ZO .OOO. SURPLUS $60.009. I ,
Wood anywhere in the cityVe can Br ss. Simmons, 2337! Bremen last night from Tallahassee, and win railway mail I I -
at CarrabeUe
Jw few )hours curd forms. customs
supply. a a
upptv you in any quantity and our to Gulf Transit CoHrfsmgbuTg. spend to-day itt Pensacola circulating DIRECTORS.
is called The clerk and night inspector of customs. I I
;ice is aLways prompt. which yaghoun prepa- Swed ss, Schriel, 1122, his friends and obtaining information -
ration is preferred to milk and it has Huelva to Hyer Bros. among Owing to the fact that United States Henry 1.. Colngton Frank Rellly. F. E. Bra ner. '
Steam and Domestic Coal. Homburg Ger' ss, llatthtesen. 1488, as to the needs of the port. seslon'the usual for
Wood Cut Any Size. a pleasant: clean, acid taste and Is of Rotterdam to Ihe'W. S. Kejser: CoCa fhe purpose' ot the visit of General I court is in examinations could place not J. M. Ptefffcr, W. S, Rooasco C. W. Lamar, ; :
course nutritious. >o Largo Br s., Davey 2223, Tam- Lamar is to secure' all the information holding these Bryan Dun ody. T. F. McGocirln J. R. Sounders, j :
pico to Gulf Transit Co. be used, and it was necessary to hold A. M. Avery W. H. Milton. 0. E. Maura .'$
wlU be in a -
E. SEWALL that he positlon
G. so
Lord Stanley. Br ss Cunoinghaxnv 3055; necessary one of the examinations in another W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzle Ocrtlng :- St Vincent .to Gulf Transit Co. when he reached Washington,
:hones 614363. 26 N. Tarragona St. I "Calumet:," supposed to be an Indian Ships. to be thoroughly acquainted with con building. Alex McCowIn C. ,M. Covlngton M. E. Clark. ,
Avanti. Nor ship Anderson 164S Lon-
;. word meaning "pipe of peace" was don to order- ditions existing here. Iiltly
HICKS'GAPOOINE wholly unknown among. the savages. Ferreira master., Port ship Barrcs.: 506, Lisbonto -_ .; ,. -; : : : : The Swlsa'Fo.rth of july in ccrnecton ta the corvraieaca of custamtn. :i- t'
It is Norman and signifies general a Harbinger Rus ship 1399. Algoa Bayto Aug. 1 is the Swiss Fourth of July .t
A traveler tells Four percent interest Paid on Time Daposits.
pipe. The pipe of peace was a "gariowdaoe" master. CENTURY.Special the national fete day
IngrU. Nor }Jannel!. Ant.
ship. 1260
to celebrate It -
how he helped one year
the Iroquois and a -
among werp to 11<:K. Ger ting & Co _
CURES95ALL "poagun" among some 'other tribes. Lena. ItcJ ship Tassara 12S1: London. : at one of the climbing centers la the F

The Algonqums ,called I it "poagan" the to order Barks to The JournaLcentury Valais by eating the sumptuous dinner --.--- ----
ACHES Winnebagoes "tahneohoo" and the Dacotahs Afredo, Uruguayan bk. llaiagas 3S7. NOT. 28.-There was rejoicing provided by the hotel without extra -
And NervTrialUal s.' Montevideo to H. ri. Thornton.' in the household of Mr. and charge applauding the fireworks -
.13c AzdrugieusFlorida "chamdonhoopa Alfhild. Swed bk. Svensec._ 1332. Dur- Sunday No*. 26 d-'I
-I ban to master. Mrs.- Mark Mayo on play and a b n11nt" lighted high on j ;l' .
The Gulf Stream. Andrea. .XOf bk Quale. 114, Durban to for on this day was celebrated three mountain side and shouting "Hourra!"

and Alabama I Western Europe-climate would be master Campbell.- Nor n bk, Kausken.- 110- of birthday their ,little two grandson.of their sons Lawrence and one at the end,of patriotic speech extolling I LevelIleaded MenRealize
Stavanger to MciC Oerting &: Co. the ancient military glories and
changed entirely were the isthmus of Charles Racine. Nor bk. Waage. 1526, I:Mayo has attained his majority Bruce
I LAND! !) COMPANY' I Panama and adjacent territory to be ; Genoa to master. Mayo has reached the interesting age present republican democracy of Swit- I
submerged for In that case the equatorial -I Chacma. Nor bk Jorgecsen" Is?, I of sixteen while Master Earl has just zerland. Neit morning came the Hf-
current would be carried into the Fleetwood to oroer ; his elhth year. Several strange sequel The orator of the occasion
Manufacturers of Hereford. Nor bk, Jensen iS&O Rosario completed the importance of a bank account. It :
and Dealers in Pacific ocean and the gulf \stream!! to order I friends were invited to dinner. The the moat distinguished native
UJWBER. SAWED CYPRESS 8HIN- which does 'so much to warm Europe. to HeimdaU order. Nor tk. Hensen 1334, IOU i table, fairly groaned with dainties, visitor hi the place, was appealed to is indispensible in the conduct of businessit ; -

OLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. would not emerge'into the Atlantic. Humteno ,Span. bk, 1111. Battle. Havana I turkey salads cake, fruits and wine.and as one who would certainly know the affords absolute safety for your funds, andis i
all swiftly
to order.Ingebiorg. The time passed name of the Swiss president but even
Notbk. Eid, 1250 East London I the afternoon crept on apace. The not 'remember It. of inestimable value in the payment of
'..... ........................................... to order. guests departed wishing the three he could Nobody
Isabel Browne. Rus bit Lindquist 1231. I happy returns of the ever can. The name of.that unassuming bills by check at home and outside the city,
[ gentlemen many
Hull to master
: .1 t Kink Oscar H, Nor bk, .Johnson.. '75C. day.. May these three worthy scionsof functionary is always less familiar and payment and. transfer of moneys cost- :
of the lieutenant
Switzerland than that -
.Rosario to A. Zellus. reflect honor on hi
I Witcher Zemurray & Co. 1 Lilla.order.Nor fcX! Aanocsen 1030( Santosto their a good family old town and state. governor is hi Illinois. He is ing you nothing whatever, while on the '

Lluis. Uruguayan bk. Lopez. 700. Havana merely the democracy's temporary official other hand the checks given you by others '
to order. __ ___._- u_"_ 0- -------- -- -- --
Lysghnt. Nor bit. Hansen 1333.: Swaliop- collected without to ;
are expense you.
When the -
Commission Brokers. : mund to McK. Oerting & Co. S
I .Maria. tier bit, French 1522, Kings d QSft'TTEM I organs Jail Dorm Books.
: Lynn to master. i S hare become Banyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is the Don't be without a Checking Account.
Marina 1.Ia-'re. Ital bk, Simonetta.. J CWBRATtD
Pensacola New Orleans : 1468. Genoa to order.Mecca. Impaired you most famous and of its class incom-
.t 4 Nor bk, -EHefsen, 935 Hamburg suffer from I parably the beet English book ever
4 11 W. Intendeneia. 820 Common. to A. Zelius; written in prison. Bunyan was a prisoner
Negpore. Nor bk Ojerdsen. illS, East Poor Appetite,
4 i ii
London to A. Ze1iI *. -/1.. in Bedford jail from 1669 to 1672
t Ollvar Ital Dk. Costa Genoa to nr- e Sour Risings, .
to his immortal allegory BANK
and la addition FIRSTNATIONAL
i Cotton Stocks, Grain Provisions, |I der Ophelia, Nor bk. Lanson111.. Bahia a5', : :. -- Dyspepsia wrote "Grace' Aboundingand

Blanra to Gulf Transit Co.' tit Indigestion, "The Holy City" during those twelve
4 bought and sold on margin or for investment. Pallas. Nor 1>k. Johns.>n. ln.PJy- OF PENSACOLA FLA. '
C mouth to A. Zellus Chills Colds, years. Raleigh, who was a prisoner in
Superb. Nor bk. LTcb_ 1334: Antwerpto :' or Costiveness.The the tower. 1603-14. occupied seven
t Out-of-Town Orders Given Special ,Attention. : A. ZeLtu &Schooners.Co.; 'r Bitters years of his captivity In writing his Designated Depositary of the United States.

Clara E. Randeli. Am nth. S53, Calbar- "History of the World." 'The King's
t len Cuba. ta'J. A* Merritt & Co. 4 &Jwa}s cures. love Prea eDL K. Jr.. Vlce-Preel4eot and Cathler. :
Wires. -flTTE5 Qualr. a long and romantic poem W. H. Knowles. W. Hycr
t Direct Private Telephone No. 1173.GOOD i Doris, Am sch, Eastman -319, Havana j' it to-day.
to J. A. Merrltt & Co. Try was written by James I. of Scotland Thos. \V. Brent Au't Cashier W. N. Roberts. Seat Cashier
: : Donna Christina Am sob McLeod, -155, when in prison at WIndsor castle In Director*-F, C.Brent- W.A.BJa1Ult W. H. Knowles,. W. K.Slyer,Jr..
Belize to master. D. O. Brent _1
.......... ..... ..O....... ..... ......... Doiuira. Br sch Reddie, 2001\ St. Lucle ...,- 1422. Smollett, during his three months' -
to Piaster detention In the King's Bench prisonfor
Freddie HeucKe.i, ATI sch Bryant; 175, of
Havana to master. I WE FREQUENTLY libel, wrote "The Adventure ..
Barken tines. Sir Laoncelot Graves," and during a
Beatrice Ital bktn. March,. Saxona, to GET COLLARSThat In.1703 '
at Newgate
I similar experience
master of Pensacola Bonds
A SIDEWALKGives covered with Defoe wrote a "Collection of Casualties t
Chapped Hands. are and Disasters." DenomInation 11 DOOM each. Dated January 1st. 190o. Maturing January let, $ -
Wash ,hands with warm water laundry marks- 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1tt 1m. Interest Payable Sem'-Annually. r .
dry. with a towel and apply C11amberla1n's been the rounds. 1a.. and the Health. IN AMOUNTS TO ;PURCHASER. S

the most ordinary property an appearance of substantial bed and Salve a speedy just cure before is 'going \Vhen they've they start coming Prolonged severely"forty condemned winks" during by mUTdoctol'l the The Peoples Bank of Pens cola : ,

value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest This salve is also unequaled for skin day are ,
the Star they just naturally OB the ground that they affect .
house and grounds. You don't want any ragged diseases. For sale by aU. druggists. to have Pensacola Fia. -
edges to your property. I keep coming, forit's one's regular sleep. Scientists
is BANKS CLOSED TO.DAY. found' that In the ordinary cows in --
Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one easily for
AH the banks of the city will be closed headquarters '
Is the -
there greatest
test Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air of to-day on account of Tnanksgivtajr Day. the human being
solid dignity and worth. FIRST NATIONAL B\NK. laundry satisfaction. vitality between 10 a. m. and 2 p. m.
U e lay such sidewalks and back every one with .our.guarantee AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK and the least between 2 o'clock; and 6 '
May we estimate on yours? CITIZEN'S BANK. The Star Steam o'clock m the' morning. Long sleep -
during the day Interfere with this .order -
CREW NOTICE. of nature and sometimes affect various ;

I Pensacola Cement Stone Company, nor Neither Consignees the Captain.of tiM Owner British Laundry organs causing headache. The A General Banking. Business, Conducted on a Safe and Conservative ,}

a ss Boltonhan w'Jlbe"respon! St Phone 114PensaC0I. nap of forty; winks but only forty. Basis. 4
37 E. "
sible for by Garden '
debts contracted .1

S. J. Harvey. Manager. ,Telephone\ 1485. the crew A. of J.said snwo vessel.1>S.. Fla. is proves too abort,nfre to*hint haTe to any many Injurious because con-It Correspondence Solicited, ::R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.THE ; t

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In ;;.21. Palates Street.,stalrs.
Tungsten Mining Properties MEMDERS ; Sweaters
Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. ; I
Near Nederland, r

Like This ? Colorado.A. .4I OUR- SPECIALTIES: i t Hat Happiness

Business Men's Dinner 12 to r
2 JO, 50 cents. :
OF COUNCIL i Theatre Parties regular boarders Shirts in Smart
& and Meal Tickets. Meeting Last Society
t .. V. CLUBBS, J. J. HOOTON AND Decided at
I PHONE 1530. i
XI Night to' Improve -
The neatest cleanest and best p ,

.I.i: ; : Dressy Hat, Isn't t It ?, RICH TERRITORY.The PLAN DEVELOPMENT. OF PRESENT .:x place meals.Come in again.once town; in we which will trust to get you your to !.MI Is, Square. THE 222 HABERDASHER.S. Palafox. .

s come :. I

.x7 1zMtt tt tt 1l. 7 1 1I
A special meeting of the Board of I

We've got a raft of these telescopes some have CoL Boulder, recently County contained Miner of the Boulder following At 7 o'clock Last Night and Public Works was held yesterday afternoon I WANTEOTEverybody

regarding three of Pensacola's when several matters were !

higher crowns than this, some are raw edge, some prominent citizens who have just,re- Meting Adjourned ToNe IRISH considered the principal one of whichwas
-- turned from Colorado, where they are the improving of Seville square I to Have Their

have binding on'brim. They come in the popular pearl interested in mining properties: t Wednesday.Only MAILMakes by building cement walks on the east Feet Treated andDo
"A. V. Clubbs, J. J. Hooton and J. and north sides of the square, similarto

black and other colors. Different styles and shapes to C. Green, of Pensacola, Florida all 'p.- the one just completed on the west not-limp around town looking eae.!
stockholders in the Tungsten Mining, side of the Plaza. Estimates ,of the With corns on your toes and uvgrowin
four members of the City ml- *
Milling and Exploration Company accompanied Children cost of constructing the walks were nails;
suit every taste. by Expert E. A. Ritter, of Council were present last night at 7 ,Healthy received and it was finally decided Bunions nose.on your feet and trans on soar

Colorado Springs, and General Manager o'clock the hour of the meeting of that the city should purchase'the ma- Where can you go to find repost

Gunther Carlberg, went 'up to that body, and no quorum being pres- Because i.exercises the arms back shoulders terial and have the walks constructed. You surely great ease win gain
the Grand Island district last week to ent the meeting adjourned to next longs and legs and keeps them out ia The estimate of the cost of the walksis For Dr.pain.Herman removes them without
inspect the tungsten properties of this Wednesday night at 7 o'clock, when r the sunshine.
I Built of steel and hickory can't wear out Low as follows: ,
: company on Beaver creek about one the matters which were to have been I and broad can't upset. Geared for speed. Lots Length of walk .. .. ... .. ..460 feet. Room 301, Brent Buildmg.'BOOKS.
mile south of Nederland This company considered of fan. Finished in coaching green and
| last night will be acted
THE JOHN WHITE STORE owns fourteen lode claims, 40 Besides there I scarlet. A little beanFor sale by Width of walk eo .. .. .. .. 6 feet.
upon. the mayor were
Thickness of walk .. .. .. 5 inches.
of mill site water -
acres placer a a Aldermen Reilly, Manna Christie and -
42 barrels of cement at $225; ..$94 50
Beaver creek and
right on Yonge present at the appointed hour, The BazaarW.
40 yards of gravel or broken
prises some of "th most valuable
Specialists in Men's .and Boys' Wear ground in the tungsten belt. and moments Alderman after Cahn arrived a Chairman few stones at $1.60 .. .. .. .. .. 64 00(

"!n a shaft which is down about 65 adjournment C. PORTER, Proprietor, Twenty, yards of sand at. $1.10 22 (00 Here are some sampler
Phone 225 205.207 ,8. PALAFOX feet on the tungsten lode, is a bodyof Chairman Green of the Bond. Trustees and Four days for finisher at $4.00.. 16 00( In sets: my bookl

solid tungsten ore which is probably Ingraham the Board of 14 and 16 East Wright Street Four days for drayat $%.50 .. .. 10 00 MaCauley, Dickens A Conan., Doyle.
Safety were also preAent.There ?; Verne five volumes to h ,
the largest body of high grade Four days for ten men at $1.50 60 00 cloth binding, $3 ori/oo.
I. was considerable' business to Pensaeola, Fla.HOTELESCAMBIA. per sc
ore. that can be found in the entire Gibbons' Roman Empire. .r
o district not only is it the largest body come before the council at the meeting $226 50( S4 per setCooper's mama'
including the of the Sea ,
Boardof Tales
of it car- fl'sue sue
but in per centage tungsten The board also compiled its report
'31' !1mf -I ries will with the best. Public Works upon the selection ofa per set
mm ,
average upon the building to be selected to be Cooper's Leather Stocking Tales. !
Among the other shippers In' this temporary building for city ball and: volumes, $4.60 per sft .e
used hall and headquarters
as a city police -
group, from which a steady tonnagecan police station purposes and reports Thackeray, ten volumes t .Per net
- from the Bond Trustees' which would have been sub- Scott ten volumes ill p"i 1
be obtained, is the Rambler. upon matters
mitted to the council but that body Dickens fifteen volumes. SI1
Black Hawk Missing ,Link and Sunday which are in 'the hands of that m Ki
WORKINGijEN Temple Shakespeare forty vc.ure, bU
failed to hold
Us regular meeting.
I I and In addition on the other board. limp leather, $26 per set ,
claims which as yet have been but little Traveling book agents cannot "-OVN> .
leads.which in Bilious Attack Thanksgiving Dinner.MENU. Sells More of Chamberlain's Cough with the above figures I have t ., '
developed are good Quickly
Remedy than of All Others Put works in other editions, some cheaper .. .j
several instances give promise of few' weeks ago I had a bilious attack Together., some dearer.
opening up Into as good producers as that was so severe I was not
Mr. Thos. George a merchant at

I F! Have you heard of "Hickory Calf "' B some The of Tungsten the first mentioned lode shows claims.from 15 Failing able to to go get to ,the relief office from for my two family days. Puree of Jackson Oyster CocktaIL the Mt. 'local Elgin,agency Ontario,for says Chamberlain's: "I have had HARRY T. HOWLAND,

to 32 inches of solid ore has a'shaft physician's treatment took -
I three ofChamberlain's Consomme en Tasse :
Cough Remedy everY since it Introduced Manager De Luna Book Store,
63 feet deep and. has been a shipper Stomach and Liver Baked White: Fish Maitre D'Hotel was -
E the old genuine calf skin, tanned by anew I from the start. The Missing Link Tablets and the next day I felt likea Pickles Olives Radishes Into Canada, and I sell as Ds Luna 5t., Phone 149L
of matter Celery Salted Peanuts much of it as I do of all other linesI
fffti shows about eight feet vein new man.-H. C. Bailey Editor of --
nearly all of which is good mill_ ore. Roast Loin Western Jus have'on my shelves put together.Of .
which makes the News. ChapIn. S. C. These tab- Beef au .
I process absolutely From the Fambler shaft six tons of lets are for sale by all druggists.The Roast Fillet of Veal. a la Reine the many dozens sold under guarantee
I ore taken in sinking the first eight Tenderloin of Beef larded. I have not had- one bottle re

a impervious to water and as soft and p i iI feet, the vein is three teet wide and celebrated drip coffee Boiled Premium Ham Raisin Mushrooms Sauce turned. I can personally recommend TURKEYSHOW.
this medicine as I have used it
of a good grade. The Sunday Jackson Square. No Sold 'Baked Vermont Turkey. my-
from the start and has premiums. Oyster Dressing self and given it to my children and
pliable as a vici kid? We have a |i also fourteen a shipper inches of good ore now strictly your grocers., on its merlts.-: ,IAsk. for it at Long Island Cranberry Duckling.Sauce Potted always with the best. results." For

opened up in the shaft. These properties Pate de foie Gras sale by all druggists.

t splendid line of Shoes made of this together with the other claimsin .
.m the group, comprise probably some Fruit Punch TEACHERS, ATTENTION.
of the richest ground in the tungsten FrittersChampagne.Blanc Mange The public schools throughout the
i leather with genuine rock oak soles f J|f district and for this reason has been county will be suspended on Thursday I Come and the fine
f selected by Mr. Carlberg-and his associates CUBAN REPUBLICPROMINENT Dressed Lettuce Mayonnaise Sauce_ day the of 29th.Thanksgiving.said day to br X.observed B. COOK.Superintendent aa. a see
Baked Macaroni an Gratin

J unlined, to sell for $2.50 $2.75 and $3 |f I another as large the tungsten scene of enterprise."The operation.for Mashed Potatoes Sautee of OTdhst Candied tJTr Yams turkeys and inspect my

.;. visit of the stockholders and Baked Egg Plant JBSr Home-cooked Thanksgiving
I Ritter was for the purpose of HAVANA BUSINESSMAN Cream Cabbage 8 'up-to-date market and
gi Come and let Expert Scalloped Tomatoes Dinner the Southern
pain us show you. pI not only inspecting this property, but French Peas Steamed Rice at
n various producers and mills in the GIVES HIS, VIEWS| ON :Asparagus Tips on Toast Hotel. You are invited. J grocery.J. .
district to secure all the information

AW1 I WATSON PARKER & REESE GO I mill possible practise bearing and upon to ,naly operation determine and THE SITUATION.{ Lemon Meringue Philadelphia Assorted Pie Ice Cake Cream Mince Pie GRAND BALL AT C. K. F. Rhodes,

as far as possible the best methods to OF A. HALL TONIGHTThe
I of their W. L. Platt :Mixed Xuts Raisins corner Government and
f-i "EVERYTHING TO WEAR." apply in the operation prop- a prominent young Fruits
: I erty and the production of the ore. business, man of Havana, Cuba accompanied Edam Cheese Bent's Water Wafers Baylen Streets.
i : Through the courtesy of. Manager byftU wife" and child: Is Cafe Noir grand ball tonight at C. K. of
__ _..1Uf.u"' '' _''''''''''' u............... w--7ti. ,Loach of the Wolf Tongue companythe I a guest at the SC. ChJftes'HOt t'says A. hall will be*a big success. Every Phone 343.
I' Best in the cup, Jackson. Square detail has -
party was conducted to the various the New Orleans Picayune. Mr. carefully been looked af
NNtN'NNNN'''''''.............o.NN.N.NNN 1 mines and through the mill of Platt and his family are on their way The only premium given is ter. Barrios' orchestra will furnish

this company and after several days to their sugar plantation near New a guarantee of its quality. music and the occasion will be an en-

spent in the district the party returnedto Orleans. He says business conditionsin joyable one. The public Is cordially KNOWLES BROS.

I GAS HEATERS SAVE FUEL I IThey Boulder exceedingly well please- Havana and throughout the islandof Crystal Sky Cel_._*. invited, but the management reserves
General Cuba the right to reject all
with the outlook and are exceedingly quiet, and An explanation of a curious optical objectionable Insurance.FIRE .
Manager Carlberg went to Denv- that a feeling of general unrest pre- characters.The .
t. save fuel in starting and waiting T where general of vails throughout the country. He free- phenomenon, sometimes witnessed on LIFE ACCIDENT, MARINE
t stopping, save a plan operatic' <
? was ly predicts that settled and stable .i'frosty nights which is called the "pseu- best for the money-Jackson General Agents of
:;- save discomfort, save doctor bills. Regulated t "The agreed plans on.of the embracethe business conditions will not be estab- do aurora." is offered by a scientist. Square Coffee. "Put up in air tight The Equitable
and there's lished on the island until the Ameri- The phenomenon takes the form of 1, 2 and 4 pound tins. Absolutely
J : same as a lamp no waste. installation of two plants,of ma
i ,chinery for the operation of, the Tungsten can government assumes complete beautiful columns of silvery light guaranteed. to satisfy the most fasti- LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW

lode and the Rambler,"the intention control of affairs there. ,here can be standing, over electric are lamp and dious taste.MAXIMUM YORK.

303 South Palafox Street
J I THREE TWENTY-FIVE i being to sink on each a shaft,to no real government but a quasi military other bright lights and sometimes appearing TEMPERATURE 67

a depth of two hundred feet with levels affair ,till Uncle Sam takes holdof almost to reach the zenith. DEGREES, MINIMUM DEGREES..
:- : into run at intervals on each -side of the reins, says be. fI The scientist "YI that sometimes the
home. Will
puts a good one be '
to A
Jour glad : The dull times-I might the' NEW DISCOVERYFor
I the shaft, with a purpose of opening I say evening star has a bright shaft belowas There was an appreciable fall in the
: talk to you about it. : up the ore bodies at this time, no completedemoralization of business i! well above while the t temperature in Pensacola yesterday Mending Torn Garments Wife ,
as rising moon ;
i Sewing or Showing. Did It Ever Happen
conditions-in Cuba is due to
eo + I attempt being made to attain a pro-! to-day the maximum being about ten degrees to YourAccidently
; + I stands; in a broad column of lightThese
nothing in the world the
+ + duction. While this _is going on. lower than the day previous. Accord- tear your garment '
: I I Manager Carlberg states that surface I II weak organization known as the appearances are doe to floating ing to the weather bureau recordsthe did yon doV>U. you took a 11'' *
Palma government and the skirmishes frost crystals which keep their reflect- tried to sew it together, after *
Pensacola Gas Company I exploration will be carried on it the maximum yesterday was 67 degrees .
;; : leading up to and causing itsappealsto ing faces horizontaL Oa examination was unsatisfactory. The gar"4.
most at 2:30
promising places on the property p. m., and the minimum ruined and you gave it away. T
1: 1 Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Stre.f.I t the purpose being to uncover. ,as most business men as being. only he ,found that the crystals concerned 59 degrees at 6:30 a. m. result. My MAGIC, MENDER incr. t
a lemparary"1itructUre",:)and for tha in the exhibition were thin six sided Last kind of garment without sewing '
I ..t " '''''.''''''''''''.''''t................. many ore shoots as possible. reason no one feels like making in year on the same date the can't tell they were ever torn.. t ***.
"While has been of than mil maximum 75 .
=- provision made for plates ice. never more one was degrees and the mailed with full instruction on iOIt ----
'a mill. :Manager Carlberg states that vestments or improvements, but are limeter in diameter. When the wind minimum 69 deFItia / of 19 cent toM.

,r., -- !'I it will not be built until further development -! which content way to watch,the cat the is situation going to and jump see blows these little plates are upset, and I M. FEI GOl.n 1 ,

i determines more definitely : the columns of light caused by reflec- ac b BealWaL P. O. Box 353. f*,
just what this I II next. 'I think it Is the duty of the ensaco.a.
output property can tion from their surfaces disappear. If people ate more fruit they would
United States to take charge of Cuba
maintain. While several
'I I thousand just as we did fn Porto Rico and the need less medicine and would have bet
tons of mill dirt is already on the
if GRACEFULCopynght1906 ,dumps, the plan of development outlined ter health. Fruit eaten early In the t" :)
i by the company will so largely Philippines.: All the better classes in morning on "fen empty stomach serves

effect a possible output that it would Cuba are of the same opinion. as a stimulant to the digestion and apples -

(I not be the part of good business judgment The Cuban masses are not capableof and oranges eaten at any time In
to determine at this time the r managing their own affairs. They the day are good for biliousness. Stew

capacity of the milL Another factor are a sort,of happy-go-lucky folk, just ed prunes and figs are also healthful
f :is the plans of the Northern Colorado such a bunch as one finds in San Domingo at any time

! ![,Power Company. which it is said will or elsewhere down that- way.
SUITS If times and the -- -- -
run their power transmission line I are peaceable planter .
.of 'from Boulder 'up through Nederland i and business folks on the island are wait Jewel

|and from thence past the property of I f:1 % active the native is happy, much like A jeweler, no matter how dishonest

the Tungsten Mining; Milling and Ex- I the negro of the South. 'He works would not steal the jewels in a watch AFTER
a few days at a time, gets ''a few dollars
iploration to Black Hawk
company for
I they are valueless. They cost
'and then "knocks' off until he THANKSGIVINGThere's
and Central in this
City, event furnishing 10 cents apiece. In
; Not at a low, cost for the : spends It. Then he will work some antique watchesthe
only graceful l but the power 05leration -
jewels were often In
costly. modern
of the mill as well as the 4 ; 'et more. He never lays by anything fora a whole lot of thingsto
t acme of perfection in makeup { mines of this company. It is stated 'ralpy day. He doesn't care who watches they are never worth more b@ grateful for this year
that this power will be available by rules the state as long as he can get than $15 a gross.-Argonaut We received our share and cloth. for the first of April and in this event t; work when he wants it. A popular
Buy substantial
'- now I { election with this class of shape of a
--r i Manager Carlberg will plan, the opereation voters which 1
crease In business- got
Thanksgiving the of this property by electric power amounts to only so much as they can OLD AGE.
Kup- to show that men particul
get out of it.
1 1 with the result of a much .ower -
penheimer Label $16.50'to. cost of operation rand installation of i "0t course there are many scholarly Comes to Everyone, But Its Visit about their apparel are thankful'
r machinery than first anticipated by : refined, native Cubans and May Be Postponed.Old for the kind of service we -

L i .i $27. the management" Spaniards on the island. As a rule age is n<& a question of years. ford;
I they see that Uncle Sam will have Some men are old at forty, others After Thanksgiving-then th:
Croup.A I to deal with the island with a"master are young at sixty. I Holidays.We .
:1 Hats $3.50.It I Iji. reliable medicine and one that hand, and a good many of them It is a mighty hard '
proposition to "
: should always be kept in the home The Well Dressed Man with whom I have talked are openly look suggest that you e
Beacon j jf in young no matter how young you I your order for tailoring In ear's
Shoes is Chamberlain'sCough such
Light $3. for immediate use a thing. The Pearlof feel if hair
WEARS the Antilles your is falling out and your so as not to run any risk of des
Remedy. It will prevent the :, will never prosper as head is becoming bald.
f attack if given as soon as the child it should until the American flag flies appointment.We
:fti becomes hoarse or even after the 1 "Flat-Iron Brand. over it Just as it flies over the public Perhaps you are tired trying ineffective outstrip 'em all when it
----- {I buildings, remedies for this evil. comes to quality-our pric s
tr : croupy cough appears. For, sale by TROUSERS including the public schoolhouses -
, all druggists. Just as it flies over them In We don't blame you If you are. lag tehlnd.
j j Thy hare that Snr.. High-ln- the United States. Why not try an effective one for a
the-Walat, Made-to-Order Fit
H.O.ANSON New Orleans Is celebrated for itsj I No tailor could make better "HaT ana has never retrograded in- change. SUITS
I k[coffee. Jackson Square is the coffee ) trousers. to the dirty condition In which General Xewbro's Herpidde kills 'the Dandruff Tailored to Taste

from New Orleans. Try it. U not Sold in Pensacola by Wood found It. He applied the germ-which lathe cause of the $20.00 to $60.00
satisfied, your grocer will refund its WHITE 4. NIX. CLOTHIERS, Roosevelt lash to the city and brought whole trouble.

t CASH CLOTHIER cost 15 South PaIatOl'bL it, up to a high sanitary standard. It "Destroy the cause ym remove the, ___ f'
MADE BY E has been kept well up to that stand effect." -
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