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 31, 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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Many Were Badly Negroes For Dismissing! ',?".'AND SPEAK..-IN. .GLOWING,<; TERMS KANSAS. AND i MISSOURI OR' DEVELOP ANY NEW !:I Richmond the Finest .in CATE MACHINERY OF WAR LM ,

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l'- SON DEFEATED ROLLINS BY Notwithstanding the fact' that' it : ,"
was Thanksgiving there was no Interruption Va. .
B. .Wood Jewel! chairman of the Richmond Nov. 29-With dedicatory
Florida Special, Which Had New York, Nov. ,29.-\t the, union,I Sovereign Finance Committee, 'with SCORE OF-2 TO' 0. in the proceedings in the Unk ceremonies, participated In by washington D. O, November 29.-. '
ted States court yesterday. As an- the One of the subjects of which :J
Thanksgiving services of four negro headquarters in jumaha and, T. W. most distinguished Catholic prelates President
Been Stopped, Struck By congregations to-day the action oftbe, Mitchell state-manager for Georgiaand nounced the day previous the trial of in this country, the cathedral of Roosevelt will treat in his message Ii.

president in dismissing negroes from Florida, with headquarters In Atlanta,. Xov.. 29.-In the game be- W. S. Harlan; Robert Gallagher, et the Sacred Heart the gift of Mr. and to congress will be the deplorable condition I" ,.l
the was denounced and tween Clemson al, proceeded, and a number of wit- Mrs. Thomas F. took its
Fast Train. army a large :Marietta Ga., reached the, city last College and the Georgia Ryan today of our coast defenses. Deplore ,
fund was raised for the relief of'the night,upon anofficial1 local School of, Technology before five nesses were examined.Judg& place as one of the greatest Institutions I,:\
able '
dismissed men. camps of Woodmen of the World, and thousand people this af ernoon, Clem- .Swayne announced upon the : of its the 'UnIted States not so much through the lack ot .
|In his sermon Rev. W. H. Brooks to-night will meeting son made two touch downs! in. the first convening of the mornIng'ssion that and a monument of the church in the fortifications, guns or machinery al-
FLAGMAN UNABLE TO GO BACK said: "It has been the pret the south that the shiftless both goals. the second half for the jury, and that the v.ith'the consecration at.6 o'clock this : 'i
SUFFICIENT DISTANCE TO PRE. negro was. gentlemen are on a tour of.the south- In Georgia all three, but especially because of the 9
the one depised, but the real south ern states. paying visits' to the varf- improved her defense and prevented -court would hold until 1 ,o'clock. and morning and followed at 11 o'clockby lack of' men to
VENT THE WRECK-PASSEN- appeared In her true colors when she ous camps, and until yesterday another score, by the visitors, then adjourn for the day. pontidal high mass attracted a necessary keep the .. .'
run down, humiliated and outragedthe :Messrs. Root, Frazier and Patterson, although Clemson'made'a touch down Trurich Mihaly one of the govern-' large ,crowd to Richmond. Mr. and 'guns and machinery in order In time !! ; .

ERS CHARGE GHOULISH WORK most Intelligent upright people of all sovereign officers, were of the par- which was not allowed. The score ment's star witnesses In the trial Mrs. Ryan came from New York to of peace, to say nothing of manlpa.latins .. : ;"

IMMEDIATELY the community. This was scarcelyover ty, but they were called to_New Yorkon was ten to nothing. which concluded last week. was again attend. Not only were, Cardinal Gibbons them should war break out "' -'
FOLLOWING DIS. before the chief magistrate of placed upon the.', stand. He' told Apostolic Delegate Felconlo and '
business What the
urgent and could not complete I president win have to
the nation covered himself with eternal SCORES IN THE VARIOUSTHANKSGIVING through lnterprett'Friedman: of his many archbishops and bshops: from say !t ,
ASTER-BODIES TAKEN TO tear. They left the partyat I f'
shame by his unjust undemocratic Savannah, and Messrs Jewell GAMES experience at the camps of'the Jack- all parts of the United States conspicuous on this subject will be short but to -j,
WASHINGTON. ic, unamerican,.Czarocratic, cruel and Mitchell son Lumber Company. being.assignedto figures in the services but the point and he will take a firm : t
came on to Pensacola and ,
I I brave heroic Atlanta Nov. 29.-Following are the work other than that which he con- stand in .
infamous orders against as will go from here to New Orleans. in state and city officials, including GOT. favor of legislation calculated
By Associated Press. and self-sacrificing :set of men as' Mr. JewelL who with others has scores the principal football games tracted to do. becoming' dissatisfiedand Swanson and the mayor of Richmond, to remedy existing conditions. He has I I':
played to-day:
ever wore the. bluE'. starting for Lockhart to makea and a host of prominent laymen were
'Lynchburg, Va., .Nov. 29.-Samuel spent some time In Florida in reply Georgia Tech 0, Clemson 10. complaint] when he became .oet, and assigned special seats in the cathe- already placed himself squarely on ',. .P I
i,ncer. president of the Southern I to a question last W. f
night stated
University of Georgia 4,'Auburn 0. record and six
when only months
was walking along a highway dral, admission to which was strictlyby ago ad-
,ilwa killed at 6:10 this the order in Florida 11
i- was
} morn- is a most Vanderbilt 26 Sewanee 0. *
ator there, carelessly mistaking the t he was overtaken by three men one invitation.The dressed a special letter to the senate :
!30 in a rear, end collision between healthy condition and Is the strongestin Davidson 6 Virginia Military '
College F
engine for the train cleared the blockto I of whom was Gallagher and another church is a magnificent edificeof in which he pointed out that the increasing
outh bound the
\\o passenger trains on state. The growth during. the Institue 0- I :
the operator at Rangoon who left Grace. The latter pointed a revolver Italian renaissance architecture
;i" Southern Railroad 10 miles south past 'year has been wonderful and 'it Virginia Polytechnic 6. A. & M. 0. beat him witha Importance and wealth of t' ,
the "Atlanta Special" into the block. I at him while Gallagher occupying picturesque and com- .
,,it rnicltv, Three guests who were No official statement has yet been is anticipated that during 1907 even I I Carlisle Indiana 18, Virginia 17. horse whip_ 1 I manding and picturesque location em- our ports offered more inducement to f't! "
.mlin with Mr. in his this excellent record will be f-
;; Spencer pri- made. It is reported that D. J. Mad sur- Cornell 0, Pennsylvania 0. The cross examination of the wit bracing an entire block in the heartof an enemy. "1 he fact that we now '
" n jhis private dispatcher ando passed. As to the entire he I
dux, the operator at Rangoon, has dis country Kansas 0, Missouri 0. ness was most rigid, but failed to the fashionable part. of Richmondand have a navy does not in wise .
' said the Woodmen any '
also of the {; ,
negro porters were killed. appeared. World was I St. Louis University 39 Iowa 0. shake the testimony or develop any :Monroe with its .
facing. Park
ui all: but one,.a porter it is believ- second In numbers and first financially Lafayette 26, Dickinson 6. i' diminish the importance of coast defenses
new features. ''acres of and trees. Within the
U instantly The dead I Tribute From General,Lee. of any of the orders and that durIng Georgetown 16, Shaw 5. Mrs. Paul, residing on the public' building'are grass five altars' and two chap-. ; on the contrary it emphasizes '.. ,

,President. Samuel Spencer. New. Mobile Nov. 29.Adjutant General this year fully 100,000, certificates ., Alabama 51, Tennessee 0. road near Laurel Hill, testified to els. The cathedral 'was first 'contemplated their value, and the necessity for their. !
1 City. Mickle, of the United Confederate-Vet- would be written, one-fifth of all those Stetson. University-. Rollins College seeing Gallagher and two BothersoTer. *y :Mgr. MeGilL the Confederate construction," he said recently It f .
P: llip Schujler New York City. erans, has promulgated the orders of written by secret orders In the United 0. 'take: a foreigner, who was Mifcaly, and bishop of Richmond in 1865, who it -:".0.4' i
Charles D. Fisher, Baltimore. Stephen D. Lee, Xhe commander on States. Of this number. ce anticipatesthat I :Mississippi 29, A. &. 1\[. 5. beat 'him. Her'testimony was prac- purchased the eastern portion of the an accepted naval maxim that a t. .
ank T. Redwood, Baltimore. all Florida will write fully 2,000 and in the trialof navy can be used to strategic advantage "
the occasion of the death of tically the same as given block on which the granite pile now
I-S.; : Spencer colonel and aid on his staff, Georgia 1600. last week, as'was also that of Dr. stands. The remainder of the block only when acting on the offensive r:
!"' \\". Davis, Alexandria, Va., private As to the condition of the order In Hill and R E. Reese, ,.and it be '
paying high tribute to him as a comrade Craig of Laurel was purchased by Bishop Kane In can free to so operate I
oi.ip, it'her. and citizen.J. general he said that there is 'now $*,- BEliEVES Will who had met Gallagher on the road 1868. The cornerstone was laid June only when our coast defense is reason :
P :ock porter. I I'nfcnown t I 000,000 in the reserve fund.;and In the and inquired what he was out after 4, 1903. by the late Father Conway .
ably and :
man burned beyond rec J., PIERPONT MORGAN banks of Omaha at present 'there is and was told "this thing," pointing ,of the Jesuit Order, then at Saint Ignatius secure" so recognized by the .i -;

c:;unon, probably a porter. I WAS GREATLY SHOCKED the sum of 600,000 to thf credit of to the foreigner in the buggy. i| church, in New York. Right country. tt 1,
Two Will Survive. I the beneficiary fund to pay death Chas. Haas who was on the witness Rev. Augustin Van Devyver, bishopof The president takes the ground "4 t

') 'he occupants of the car Mr. Spen-1 New York, Nov. 29.-Samuel Spen- benefits.Mr. GET GRAVING stand Wednesday 'was recalled on behalf Richmond. interested :Mr. Ryan In that the security and protection of !'j'j
* ')tmate secretary, E. Merrill, who cer and J. Pierpont Morgan were the Jewell was recently in Tampaand of defendants, and given a most!the matter of building the cathedral. our interests the completion .
i f. h cily injured and a negro porter closest friends. When told today of witnessed the state fair there, thorough and rigid examination. The require .
\(.;: Ir\"i\"e. Five negro passengers Mr. Spencer's death Morgan trembledand which he says, was a surprise to him, only new testimony brought out was !of our coast defenses and that the.' 1_'

". '!. combination car of Mr. Spen- swayed like one about to faint. and one of the finest exhibitions' its that witness worked at the camps under CRUSOE ISLAND plans of the national coast defense t
, train were injured but all other ""What! he shouted". :My,God man, kind that he. has witnessed in many several bosses and would go from i I board should receive the generous ...

' '. ugers escaped. Engineer Terry Is Sam. Spencer dead?" When assuredof years. H DOCK one to the other and aSK for work. support of congress. ">

5. ... not killed, as reported, but Is bad- the truth and manner, he said trem- Mr. Mitchell, the manager for Florida After adjournment of court at 1 I DID NOT SINK],[ In his forthcoming message the \
'l' ''J; med, and Fireman Shaw, colored, blingly: "This is a terrible shock. I and Georgia is enthusiastic over I o'c'ock the members of the jury en- j'
ta! rushed and both legs broken. was never so shocked in my life." the growth of the order in tVse two I I joyed a fine Thanksgiving dinner, and I:president will reaffirm his position, especially ,;", ,
Vr spencer's car was attached tot states and believes that tile growth I later were taken out for some recreation By AsaclatedPress. so far as pending legislation ,
*, ;;: during next year will surpass even Congressman Lamar Says and his deputies, Mexico City, Mex. Nov. 29.-Eugene .. .
r ar of No. 33, the "Florida Spe'f1J" -I History 0"-" Mr. Spencer. by the marshal Molse Chilean consul to Mexico City, providing for the re-organization of .
4 ) and the engineer stopped the that of the present year. returning to the .hotel late In the at- the coast artillery is concerned. The oj ,
New York Nov. -29: Samuel The two Woodmen will received an official notice from his .
'run at the summit of a heavy gradeto Spencer prominent He Will Make Every Effort ternoon. senate committee affairs ..
last to the effect on military
government night
president of the Southern Rail- be the guests of the local camp to-day
a defective brake and before that the report circulated last Augustat has favorably reported a bill to '
tF, way' Company who was killed in the on a bay trip and later a trolley ride, separate
flagman could go back an effective wreck of a train on the Southern and to-night will address a public to Secure Ap- the ,time of the disastrous earth the field artillery from the coast 'i 1
distance, train :37, the "Atlanta TRAIN ROBBERS that Juan Fernandez artillery. on the ground that
quake, saying they are ,
which is to be followed ;
Sp-f'al! "' Railway near Lynchburg today, wasa meeting bya
crashed into Mr. Spencer'sf& propriation. > Island had sunk into the ocean was two distinct branches of the service. !
: The car was telescoped by the resident of Washington, but his banquetCOUNTY I untrue. The bill provides for the gradual In- : "
business headquarters in this -- ARE CONVICTED .1'
wiRim- which penetrated many feet were The document said the report of crease during five years of 296 officers : .
lute it and set it on fire. Mr. Spen- city. He was one of the most prominent the disappearance of the island was and 5,043 men for the coast ar- i \\0
cpr"* body was thrown under the eopne railroad men of the United JUDGE Congressman William B. Lamar at first credited everywhere and no tillery. The great trouble of the coast ;
There it remained until the cara States and for nearly twenty years representative from the Third congres. By Associated Press. efforts were made to verify it. A artillery has been to secure and keep 1 i
* consumed and it was burned al- had been at the head of one or more sional district in congress spent yesterday East Las Vegas, N>- M., Nov. 29.- short time ago, however warshipswere trained electricians, engineers and ;''
great railroad enterprises. At the OF LEON DIES In the returning to Tal-- Black John Black and John
Jost: beyond recognition. The other : city James sent out by the Chilean govern- firemen. It will surprise many to l'j}
bodIes were rescued from the car. time of his death, in addition to the lahassee at 5 o'clock in the after- Murphy who have been on trial here ment and the island and its inhabi- know that most of the cost of fortlfl- ;. .
Terrlffic Impact. Southern, he was president and a ... noon. for several days, charged with holding tants were found uninjured. cations is for electrical machinery I
The Impact of the collision drove director in the Alabama Great FATHER OF JUSTICE J. B. WHIT. The purpose of the visit of the con up a train at Logan, N.: M., in I"fire control" and search lights the .
ti if Florida train with such force Southern Railroad Company, the Cm gressman was to secure Information July, 1904 were found guilty yesterday J"fire control" being the system ol' '
55 1 to telescope the baggage; and com- cinnati New Orleans and Texas Pacific FIELD EXPIRED WEDNESDAY relative to what the needs of the port but clemency was recommended.The SIX ARRESTSWERE: telegraphic and telephonic communica- ;

!nation car and in mounting the latter Railroad Company, the Georgia MORNING. are and what the citizens desire In robbery was committed by three Ition between forts and batteries, and ,
t the baggage car raked the others Southern and Florida Railroad Company the way of improvements to the hare men and the two Black u>ys and Murphy with observing stations. Millions of .

s a knife, crushed the negro passen- and the Mobile and Ohio Com bar, navy ;yard and forts, and when he were captured in Oklahoma and MADEIN dollars have been spent and additional -
rr" in the "Jim Crow" compartment pany. He was also a director of the News reached left had secured all the necessary!returned here for triaL Two mistrials millions will be spent to establish '1
the last'
ant scattered the baggage as chaff. Central of Georgian the Chicago, Mil- at city night of Information having a meeting durIng -resulted. The theory of the prosecu- power plants and install costly elec- 1
the sudden death his home in Tal-
Ol1f' of the passengers In the coach waukee and St. Paul Railroad Company the day with Senator :Mallory and tion was that James Black, John Mur- trical machinery and yet the coast
the Northern Pacific Company lahassee of Judge Richard A. Whit- Turtle and discussing! several -phy and Tom BoswelL who was later OPERA HOUSE OF PERSONS
1M( two sleepers of the same train ] Captain artillery is expected to take care of 1 ,'
"hi' more than bruised and other corporations. Mr. spencer, field Wednesday morning: The deceased matters regarding the im I shot in attempting to break Jail, committed EXPECTORATING UPON THE them with enlisted men at $13, $15 ., '
well known
'* I,. charged by pas encers that dur- was president of the Baltimore and was throughout'thstate provements. the robbery, and that John 'and $18 a month. For example sixty i
Ice ,\!f excitement immediately follower Ohio Railroad Company in 1SS7 and having served as county judge Congressman Lamar stated to a Black conspired with them. I' FLOORS. ''he collision. porters and other 1888, and later was appointed receiverfor of Leon county for the past, twelve Journal representative yesterday afternoon Train robbery is, a capital offensein and the bill provides for that numberat

tin u ncers robbed those they pretend- the Richmond and Danville Rail- years.relatives and and leaves friends.a large number :of'I that he would use every effortat New MexicoDOUBLE. The anti-spitting ordinance was $780 per annum each. The places .

*" 1" assist and rifled the baggage. Atvftflc road Company, and for the East Ten He was the father of Justice J B.'I the coming session of congress to placed in force last night when six of these engineers are now filled by t '
: charge Is that one porter took nessee, Virginia and Georgia Railway Whitfield of ; secure an appropriation for a graving persons, some white and others colored privates and non-commissioned ofl- '
a tar from a woman. brok it open, Company. He was a member of the state. the supreme court of t.hel dock for the Pensacola navy yard.' 'TRAGEDY were arrested upon the chargeof cers, the pay of the highest being $18 ;
!threw anav the undesirable articles Rapid Transit Commission of this and he l believed he will be successful expectorating upon the floors of per month. As such engineers can j.

Inlt 1 I..Pf' the remainder. Ghoulish city from 1891 to 1894.!) POLLOCK I Inasmuch as but for the fact IN GEORGIA TOWN the building. get from $15 to $100 per month In 'i i.
*')'rV, it K aid. continued until stop Sir. Soencer was born in Columbus. MAKES that two similar docks had already, The arrests were made after the offending private life it is almost impossible to -
lei V: th. arrival of a relief train. Ga.. in 1847 and was educated In the EMPHATIC been recommended at other points: **- parties were warned by Sanitary get the men to re-enlist after they ones :
Bodies Shipped. University of Georgia and the University DENIALBy Pensacola would nave secured the By Auoclated Press. Inspectors Sanchez, Commynsand qualify as engineers. and thus the

TV bOlt!!' tf! < eutstb were taken to the yards in Louisa Vivian Bennlng at Columbus Washington, Nov. 29.-An emphatic He believes that Pensacola will, be the home of Doc. Jones, near Win there during the recent performancesin coast defenses is almost constantly In
'""- I'I\! olaced In caskets and in a Ga. contradiction was made to-day by dealt with liberally at this term, and tersville, ,under the influence of liquor an effort to break up the habit of the hands of untried men. In addition "J.'

*Tj*'?H tram, accompanied by om" George F. Pollock chief* of department will secure many of the appropriationswhich yesterday, was ordered to leave and spitting upon the floors by some par- the work of constantly breaking ., .
J 'nc road. proceeded to Washing I I Statement Issued. B. of the interior department have been sought in former it is said, while going down the front ties who attend owing to the fact thatit in new men Is extremely trying to the ."J... .
tln Washington. Nov.'.,29-At the gen of the allegations of A. Myendorff, years. steps Jones shot and killed Smith in- tends to breed disease, officers, and discouraging to those : I

...H, n Spencer( son of the president, eral offices of the Southern Railwaythis special government agent that ,Pol Mr. Lamar will go from Tallahassee stantly. Borne one, as yet unknown ,who are attempting to bring the coast '.
; AitiDg the arrival of his father morning the' following statement j lock had instructed him to de-troy to Washington accompanied by then shot Jones through the head and THE PRESIDENT'S artillery to a high state efficiency. '
Pt r,"fnsboro, and as soon as'"d regarding the wreck was issued four amdavlts against the Union Pacific Mrs. Lamar. and will return to Pensa he fell dead near his victim. ,i A private statement of the condI- ;
during March when hr THANKSGIVINGBy tion of the coast defenses of twenty- :
: the scene of the wreck, took "Southern Railway passenger tralr in the, coal and land frauds investigation. cola some time shows that to "'
,1 of the the No. 33 left will make a longer visit. DEPUTY eight fortified ports 'ii
i0 work of recuing Washington last night late, SHERIFF AND '
of :
h\'!! Associated Press. man them with one shift .officer of
;, ;fx. in advance of the other special About 6:20:; a. m. today at Lawyer, Va., WALCOTT LOSES IWLPOFTU[ not attend church today. He spent his proper station would require 40,- .
j.I, he, met Mrs. Samuel 'thomas, on a portion of''the road protectedby ASK Will Thomas, a negro who is wanted two hours this morning on horsebackand 675; men and 1634 officers There aM
"'"l'otb"r, block system, th&.train was stoppedfor CHAMPIONSHIP here for assault with intent to In the afternoon devoted some to-day available at the different fort

j,O'" ,:i pi"' hosoital here, where Ue light repairs to a coupling. Pas Bv Associated Press. FOREIGN OFFICEBy murder was captured near Century time to business in the executive office. 10,713 men and 357 officers, scarcely
*'" nesrroes were taken it is said senger train No. following No. 33, Boston, Nov. 29.-"Honey" Melody early yesterday morning by Sheriff enough to keep the guns and ma- 1 OJ.,, J
afl: that all and clear block Van Pelt and Deputy Brewton, who
T. will recover. being given a ran of Charleston, won the chlnery from rusting: I
,. .pctmn rf the road where the into the rear cf No. 33, resulting in a championship of the world welter-weight from Joe Associated Press., went from McDavld after the man. Officer Broke Finger.: Commercial Interests In general : ,
5'. '"rreJ is protected bv a block serious wreck. Present advices indicate Walcott tonight. In the twelfth Tangier Nov 29.-French residentsof The sheriff received a message telling Police Officer W. H. Connors, had and especially those concerned with
"' Tta the collision probably due to round the French him that Thomas was walking one of his fingers broken last nightIn
" taternent ropd1 bv nas- was Walcott quit claiming Tangier have petitioned shipping and terminals at our great
f!: :', ':" thlt the enHne of thp'Florl- the negligence of the operator In a>- arm was disabled. ]left foreign office to take measures to assure about the streets of Century with a ble making an aresrt He took a sailor ports will be Interested In this matter
?;, '." "roliE' a counlin? and ran two lowing No. 37 to pass the block. Pres- I the respect: of existing treaties revolver In plain view, ,and had all] into custody and the latter resisted if they take the trouble to investigatethe
,f" ')pfor4 'he *ndneer discoveredd ident Samuel Spencer, of the Southern Asks New Cabinet. and guarantee their personal security the car marks of being in a fighting and in the scuffle one of the fingersof facts. Take New York for ,instance -

: ,t0ted The story Is that inS Railway Company and a party o' Madrid Nov. 29.-jKing Alfonso has declaring that these are threatened humor. When the officers, however, the policeman was broken, and he with Forts 1 otten. Schu>ler, ,,
1 ; the to miles the enrioe! pass- friends were in an otnc rs' car at the asked that a new cabinet be formedby because of existing anarchy and helplessness cornered him at & bouse be did not was compelled to be relieved from

d th. Wock at Lawyers and-the oper-1 rear of No. 37." '.." Senor Y. Predegast. of the Moorish movement show fight, but surrendered. duty. (Continued on Second Page) ,



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; of Scrofula

> Bunches eruptions,Inflammations, sore- DEfENS.jDEPLORA8LE

: Mas of the eyelids and ears diseases of the WEATHER INDE'C j And wican1PIOYE COAST ( h _-

f bones, rickets, dyspepsia catarrh,wasting, IT
of the troubles it
; are only some cauaes.
It la a very active evil,making havoc oi Flut Curing Develops the, Stimulating Aroma and Taste

1- i'I.I .
the whole lIyetem.r I I

HoocTsSarsaparillaeradicates _.. '_! ,i","it"f.., I:-t 0 Found in Schnapps; that Satisfies Tobacco HungerThere

It,'cures all Its manifestations, Ii

i;h tod builds cp the whole system. sg: (Continued From Page One.) of imitation brands
,Accept no substitute. Record of What Has Occur- are three ways'used by'farHundreds are
: Hamilton and
red This Month 1w vI : ZP Slocum Hancock, Wadsworth equipped with,big guns, tor- mers for curing and preparing their: on sale that look l like Schnapps; the

During perdoes. .. It would
search ltghtsetc. outside of the imitation
.,. Just Received. require 224 officers and 5,662 men to ; tobacco for Imported Macaroni Sweet Oil. Cheeses. For Past 27 Years.The ; man these forts alone, without providIng : is flue cured but the inside
;. TJ -
Flab.Bread,Pigs French Feet Navy Spanish Bread.Onions.Everything Pilot, following data covering a more that two-thirds of all the' offl' Idarid is called air cured : filled with cheap, flimsy, heavily
has been ;
i. fresh and new. I period of twenty-seven years, cers and half of ail the men now: engaged o cheap way -
: Witch Hazel $1,00 per gallon. the local weather bureau sweetened air cured tobacco
compiled by ; one
in coast .i.iva
all the
taking of -
;; Marine Grocery Company.I showing conditions that have prevailed defenses of the entire United States. the.later: discovery_and" improved: ,Y chew of Schnapps satisfy tobacco

V. J_ VIDAL Manace- here during the month of December Other cities present interesting sta called flue cured. In ,fluecuringthe
I for that and should not be is:
tistics. than two chews
There is San Francisco, tne hunger longer of
construed as a forecast of weather 'MISS'DOROTHY CLARK, terminal of the Harriman and other : tobacco, is taken, .on1.; the.ild, .. ::
GULF CITY COFFEE CO. conditions for the coming month: : ? such tobacco.
I ZOO Grerohaw 8ta Cllicqo. great trans- onti;ental lines, .and
Temperature.Mean active sad ffom which the ships of the Pacific ; and suspended oyer intensely hotflues '
H. P. CHIPMAN, Put the scalp l In an normal condition, Expert tests that this flue
Manager. : or normal tmperature, 54 degrees find the hair will take are cl ItseU every Ume.I I tiail and other trans-Pacific' lines prove

Roasters,Blenders and Shippers of :I warmest month that -of. I The It.alone scalp governs U (ItO soil the in growth ir&tcb of the the hair hair croW and it I carry our goods to the orient; in many in houses especially: built to recured tobacco, grown in the famous

The was J must be kept fresh and beatthy to iircira a respects the key to. Hawaii Guam tain in the
the heat there
Fine Coffees !I 1889, with an average of 62 degrees. good crop.!nair.! ...Tho hair is a product cf the t I and the Philippines. To defend San kept Piedmont region, requires and takes
I The coldest month was that of'1903 scalp: and all the treatments la Christendomwill Francisco
; OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALLGROCERS. with an average of 50 degrees. eSoaclons do no In rood tile cure unless ct tile they diseases! are specifically peculiar to I Barry Baker are Mason Forts Foster\Vinfield Mlley Scott, proper temperature until thIS' curing : less sweetening than any other kind,
GIVE THEM A TRIAL. The highest temperature was 7C the scalp.':NOW at all clruCiC1s1ss three sias.
and McDowell. To man these 'would developes in the tobacco the .and has wholesome
decrees on December 5, 1901. I 25o.p;*$ 1.OOverbotue. \ require 175 officers! and 4,268 men. process a stimulating,

The lowest temperature was 14 degrees CKOfrLTOS pASWESEflB co..QJuiOaIA There are available 42 officers and 100 ,. stimulating taste 2nd fragrant aroma ,satisfying effect on chewers. If the
on December 29, 1894.
THANKSGIVING I ; men. The coast defense plans call '
The earliest date on which first for the expenditure of 13,119,242 to found in Schnapps tobacco, just! ,as' 'kind tobacco you are chewing don't
"killing" frost occurred in autumn,
i L MEMENTO OF 1863 XovembT 12. IA[ complete, of which the defenses U39,*(iO of is San to be Francisco spent- green coffee is 'made 'fragrant and''satisfy, more than the mere habit of
: i i Average; date on which first first NEW STEAMER R for
guns, emplacements the
: ("killing" frost in autumn December 5.I $459,955 for submarine mine defenses; stimulating by 'roasting .proce --expectorating, stop fooling yourself
y. I J Average date on which first."killing" selections
choice this
I $334,952 for a central power plant; Only ripe, and chew Schnapps tobacco.
WM. H. TRIMMER SENDS THE ;: frost joccurred In spring, February
h ,I 23. $193,064$198,000 for for a search reserve lights power; $19,620 plant for; juicy flue cured leaf, grown in the ___ Schnapps is like the tobacco chew
i .
H JOURNAL A UNIQUE RE. The latest date on which last "kill.I I FOR lOCAl '

!i MEMBRANCE. I I in?" frost .occurred In spring, April modernizing$1,473,991 for older"fire emplacements control!". 'It;"will and famous Piedmont country, where. the ers formerly bought'costing from 75C.

r !,,,6th. Precipitation. I cost system$1,473,991 of communication to install a complete alone at best tobacco grows, are.used in to 1.00 per pound;; Schnapps is sold

; I i Average for the month 4.23 Inches San Francisco and it is significant Schnapps and other Reynolds' brandsat pound in cuts
The Journal's good friend, A\m II_ I Average number of days with .01 Soc. per 50. strictly

Trimmer of Molino sends it a or more, 10. TRADECaptain fact be that the this only fire one control recommended installationwill to of high grade, flue cured tobaccos. :!' 10 and 15 cent plugs.
:: Thanksgiving remembrance in the The greatest monthly precipitationwas
f form of a five-dollar cote, Florida 10.76 inches in 1881. congress this year because there are
state currency. issued March 1, 1863, I Iit I I The least monthly precipitation was no men available to care for othersif
a time when the civil war was raging 0.18 inches 1889. they should be Installed. And, in i :R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY WINSTON-SALEM N. c
Jimmie Rouse Buys passing it may be remarked that for ,
its very fiercest The note bears the The least monthly precipitation was ,
Fort :Mason and McDowell
at San
signature of John Milton, as governor 0.18 inches in 1889. I .J.
and C. H Austin as treasurer The greatest amount of precipitation the Steamer Sun, Whichis Francisco there. are no men availableat -------

t and on the back is the following memorandum recorded In any 2? consecutive aiL and adequate defense at an early date.
-, Portland is another place on the Pacific The entrance Is four miles wide, and
: "Relic of war, from Win. hour was 4.23 inches on, December Now at Memphis.
I H. Trimmer, 72 years of age Molino 13. 1885. coast of Importance. Forts Columbia so deep that It can not be successfullymined. Bankrupt Sale

Florida) Isov. 29, 1906. Thanksgiving Tr-e greatest: -amount of snowfall in Stevens and Canby defend Fogs are very prevalent in
regards to editor of PeusacoU Journal any 24 consecutive hours (record extending -i Captain Jimmie Rouse, son of Cap Columbia river. It would require 67 Puget Sound and a bold enterprising
"; a Keep it and hand"it down." to winter of 1884-85 only) was I tain M. H. Rouse left last night with i officers and 1,446 men to properlyman naval commander might be willing to
Accompanying the note is the following 0.5 inches on December 5, 1886. his.crew for Memphis, to bririg down 1 1i these defenses. Ten officers and take the risk of running the entranceat Monday Dec. 10 at 11 a. m.
.J. letter: 1. Clouds and Weather. i his newly purchased steamer Sun. The I 246 men are available. The national times when the ships could not be ,

: Fla, Nov. 28, 1906.1\,i Average number of clear days 12: I steamer is a' stern wheeler, '110 feet I board estimates that $1,041.382 is seen from the batteries. In order to
Frank I.. Mates. partly cloudy:days. 9: cloudy long, with a 24 foot beam, fitted with i necessary to,complete these defensesbut strengthen the artillery defense, to
days, 10
All the stock furniture and fixtures of the
there is
: 'Dear Mr Majes. I do not send }i Wind. steam capstan forward and aft, and is no prospect at present of meet this condition, the board recommends ;
t"Iolino The guaranteed by her builders to make I congress being ever asked to appro- a second line of gun defense
this little worthless of prevailing! winds have
for subscription to jour piece very paper excel from the north. been.. I ten miles an hour against the swift i priate a dollar for this purpose, so extending from Foul Weather Bluff to estate of Hoist Bros. bankrupt, at the north..
long as ten officers and 240 men do ,
The current of the Mississippi river. Double Bluff, some seventeen
lent dally but to remember old average hourly
an velocity of the
f' Reb and hand down to the 'children. I wind Is 9.0. I The Sun Is fitted with twenty staterooms the work of n officers and 1,446 men from 'the outer entrance east corner of Baylen and Zarragossa streets
and enlisted men-at $13 to $18 a month under ,
But conditions
.. As a Floridian it will remind you of The highest velocity' of the wind i mahogany finished and electric -! present Puget
i lighted. She is of 84 will fill positions as engineers, fire- Sound will get nothing. On good authority -
net tons
So the struggle fort} four years ago. I was 60 miles from the southwest on : Pensacola Fla. Each article to be sold
like your paper, I like jour articles December :2!$, 1901. ,carries!! a crew of twenty-four, and was men, master gunners, electricians, ob it may be stated that the sen sepa-
and t ;built In 1898 at Hocklngport, Ohio, servers gun pointers, etc. Seattle ate committee on appropriations has
the sensible and well selected
t quotations For further information
from others I intend about PILES ruSEO IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. at a cost of about $20,000. Takoma and.Oympia, Washington are taken the ground that unti},sufficient rately. apply to
g: P\ZO OINTMFNT Is euarantoed to I The vessel has been plying the :Mis- important cities on the Pacific coast. men have been, provided _to ,take care
; Christmas sending a little of my home- cure an%' rase of Itching Blind
Bluing are they provided with coast defenses MOOG
of the and machinery In
sissippi river having guns now
Memphis her
made. wine for the pfiice to taste. or Protruding. Piles In C to 14 day or as ,
"'Verj' truly friend mon<>r refunded Wc. '. I home port, and was purchased thereby ? Puget Sound defended by position it will not appropriate moneyto
'r.t. \\m your II TRIMMER"It i. Captain Rouse when he was Forts Worden :Casey and Flagler. complete our coast defenses. The Trustee,
is heedless that The Journal NEW RAILROAD searching for a vessel at various These forts are manned by the magnificent -committee takes the ground that thereIs
say 'ports. equipment of 27 officers and no use providing additional costly
appreciates these kindly: sentiments !- INTO OCALA 902 _____1
The vessel Is to enter the trade be- men where 129 officers and 2,185 guns and machinery when the coast
no less than the little memento
e- tween Pensacola and points above Milton men are now required; Even at that artillery can not take care of ,what '
r which came with it Ocala. Fla.. Xor. 29.The Rentz "
and is well equipped for this buai there is only one officer to 32 men we already have.
i-- ,W. O Donovan----of-Garbutt Dono- Lumber Company which owns the ness, her passenger accommodationsbeing where the proportion should be one
A. big sawmill at Silver Springs, and officer to twenty.four men. There is no Reason
excellent, while she has
van, large lumber dealers of Lyons, & large
Et. Ga.. says that I* L. L. will do all that alonar enough; Silver timber Springs and turpentine river and land the freight carrying capacity.It The coast defense plans call for an why your 'baby should be 'thin. and 1

: it Is claimed for It that he iioes it in Oklabawaha river to fill the boundaries is expected that she will go on elaborate system of defense- for Puget fretful 'during the night. Worms. are CHRISTMASFURNITURE. I
p" his family with most excellent results of some European kingdoms is- her run as soon as she reaches port, Sound. An expenditure of $ ,519,349Is the cause of thin, sickly babies. It
k and recommends its use to others. as a large business has.lready been estimated as necessary to complete is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe
eetting ready tQ'bnhld railroad Into
a it. Of this $3,413.600 is for forts
the new fat and sleep welL If
:: EL H. Briodj, the Little Minister Ocala guaranteed owner, principally In your baby _
Cigar representative from Lancaster, handling naval stores on the return alone, including guns and carriages. does not'retain its food don't experiment : :
". The company already ha<* a well The national board coast defense '
Pa.. Is in the city for a few days.A trips. on with colic cures and other medicines -
pqulooed railwaY fourteen miles Ion I :
says that "these' waters have becomeof but try a bottle of White's :

: Prayer. toward ro-ichm Palatka.from its It mill has at ecnred the Spring the The best for' the 'moneyJacksonSquare the greatest strategic and commer- Cream Vermifuge, and you will soon I, t Begin' early to select and buy furniture for !
cial importance due to the
f. : Rend some ODe Lord to love the bestthat old Tute cf th.. Silver Sorinsrs and Coffee.. Put up in airtight completion see your baby have color and laughas
in the extreme northwest of the home and for service
1, 2 and 4 p und tins. Absolutely great it should. Sold by: all druggists. gift for Christmas. :
is In me and to<< accept nothing less V Rfprn. over which trains were runa railway systems and the establishment -
guaranteed to satisfy the most fastidious -
fr3m me to touch me with the searching few y"ers aeo: and has very little to taste. of a navy yard containing the Jackson Square Coffee-a New Orleans I' Our winter styles and stock have never i
t tenderness of the passion for the do but lav tb raig] in order to send only docks on, the Pacific coast with ,luxury. For sale by all leading
t.; ideal to demand everything from me lit trains into this ('U)'., THE GOLDEN CROSS. the capacity for a battle ship. These grocers. 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight been so complete as now. A few dollars .
for sake. to The proDl.of Ocala have ,been sotadlv considerations_ press for an increased tins. 25c, 50c and 100.
my own give me so; much treated by the roid now passIn : will surprise you with results. Good rockers i
t that! I cannot think of myself and to .
Bararia' Famous Hotel -(be Oldest
through the town that they
ask BO much that I can keep nothing rtooended" on to patronize" this newr"4 la En rope. SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. : for $1,25$2, and350. Big, easy chairs, :

t back, to console me by making me to',Its foIl canacltr, and thev are The Goldenes Krcuz (Golden Cross) i with loose cushions $5 to $25. :
f' strong before sorrow comes, to help] : M i" ta rfve it sufficient sunnort to en- at Regensburg fRatisbon), In Bavaria, Program for the West Florida Sun- -
l me to to live that Vhile I part with pM.. it to pjften-1 Its line to PalatKa Is the oldest hotel in Europe. King dar School Union, to be held with .

" '. many things by the way I bee nothing after which it would verv likely build Ferdinand I. halted at It on his way Pabstis Antioch Sunday school on Saturday i :
t;T of the !rIft of -Hamilton W. Matic. westward to connect with the" Butt to his coronation in 1531; and no other Why before the second Sunday in December -
renbpch read at Dunnellon. which road 1906, at 10 o'clock: MARSTON
reaches deep water at Port Inglls.arrfecf hotel in Europe possesses records of Best. Devotional exercises by R. F. Col-- i & QUINA i ii
t -- e such great antiquity as the Golden man- -

-- Cross at Ratisbon does or can boast of 1. The Sunday School, its aim and 108x1108 Palafox
St. Phone 149 Pensacola Fla.
f Every woman covets a having had so many: royal visitors as Most beer is made object by J. Wesley Godwin. i i

I f many shapely of, pretty them deplore figure,and the hare enjoyed visitors'Its books hospitality., which date The from exIsting from four-day malt 2.; his The duties'Sunday and School qualifications Superintendent by- ;......... ............. .................t..

loss of their girlish forms 1819, contain the names of more than and naturally lacksin 1. W. Joiner. .- ,
.; 500 Imperial royal and princely per richness. 3. Sunday School Teachers their
P after marria'ge. The bearing '
G. M.
duties and qualifications, by : f
Is shown where in
;. ''' of children is often destructive sonages. The room Pabst siityyears Grimsley: How Our Acme Double Flint
'ome' 1865 the late Prince Bismarck-"at that ;
the mother's 4. The Effect of Intemperance on
shapeliness. I perience has shown I
time Prussian premier, slept when he Coated,
Roofing Excels j4
t- All of this be avoided Sunday'School Work by U H. Grim-
can came with his :sovereign to bold the that perfect beer can ular. .
l however by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this conference which vas the last attemptto W. B. Clerk. Is made from the test Wool Felt -
with HUBB1RD Saturated and coatej under
,F' hal only be made ; a new process with Asphalt
great ment always prepares; the bodv for the strain upon it, andpresence prevent war between Austria and Is a rubber-JiSendenafly compressed) Roofing,Felt. -

Ii f'"' the symmetry of her form. Mother's Fricpd overcomes all the Prussia. The negotiations were held in Pabst exclusive pro K. OF P. ENDOWMENTRANK I Coated on both sides with. Silicate. Ca.
Resist the action of vapor adds and fire
I danger of (child-birth: r.nd carries the expectant mother safely through the "small Lair of the hotel. under cess eight-day malt, MEETING' Not affected by beat or
t' this critic al period without! pain. It is woman's greatest blessing. the presidency of King. William of which doubles the The Kaeily roofing affixed that never leaks. -c '

r Thousands gratefully: tell of the benefit asd reEf! dcnVed from the Prussia. The host Is equally proud of beer 'A meeting of the Endowment Rank,I I The experience of twenty years proves It to be the best :t'I.lh -
use of tbiswonderful the autographs of .Schiller and other cost but brews a K. of P., will be held Tuesday, Dec 4, '' Ready Rooting on tte market. .e.
Put In rolls 32 !inches wide and
t remedy. Sold by all men of letters which he possesses. lowest in percentageof at 7 p. m. sharp, for the purpose ofi containing up 108 square feet wrapped 40 feet in heavy Inches caeinf.long

t F-i druggists a t $1.00per iothr's The author of 4CWllhclm"TeU"l! wrote alcohol and highestin electing officers and considering other APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS.
; ; the words "Und elne helmath 1st es" business.:: Ar
t bottle. Our little ("It is indeed a home"), in memory of nutrition. H. HORSLER. Presidlr;. ; 3 Ply 80 lbs. roll
k per complete.
book, telli! aU abou J. D. GOSS, Secretary.I I. :
ng his stay there, and' no landlord could Doctors recommend ,
r1: this linim ent, will bi sent free. wish for a better advertisement-Lon- Blue Ribbon because Nov 277t. 2-Ply, 70 lbs. per roll, complete.

rf Friendi. don Telegraph. t Pabst 1-Ply, 60 lbs. per roll, complete.
ThBfldfl-ltCLOL know it is A Ft Train."Isthis
' T: Samples and Full Particulars Free.
1't a fast train r asked a passenger PQFJ
Weald Sell BU Avectters. the richest and most
Hot |
1 who was tired of looking at AtM 3 J and 1-piy Tarred Roofing Paper. Sheathing and i-
a -
A plutocratic! American of the last and absolutely I Insulating Paper.Carolina ji:
station at which the train not
was -
century who had seen the green acres supposed
: and stately castle of an Irish estate the cleanest beer to stoP. Portland Cement Co., I
j; "Of course It Is," the conductor's
A GOOD SIDEWALK sought out its Impecunious owner brewed. J reply. Mania, Ga.
with an offer: to burl Lord, Blank. I *
J I thought so. Would mind
eager enough to transmute his profitless When rdtrlns B e.r. call lfPabt you my
named blue! Mbb.a.WEDMAN.. getting out to see what Its fast tor --
lands into pregnant gold : a ,

;: Gives the most ordinary property an appearance of sub f considerable but reasonable, price as Always the 5aseTailor's .....+..+..*...++.+.++.+.........+.+..........+*.H' ;
he would be willing to take. "'errw 331 S. Palafox St. ,
}< Btantial value. A poor one can ruin the effect: of the hand I one Phone 179. Little Boy (walking with his .
- somest house and grounds. You dontant any ragged I ." said the American Til give I father, sees a street roller)-W5afs | SURPLUSSUPPLY

,. edges to your property. I that If the pictures go with the house." I I tlJat,"papA? :Tallor-The street's being t Peaches :

.f Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one Is easily After a little reflection hIs lordship! answered J newly Ironed and pressed.-Figaro. ELBERTAANDCARMEN. :
J" best. Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air of I "Yes, 'you tan have the pictures ', I .

;i solid dignity and worth. except, of course, the family por- "Some
men can take new furniture : in twoto three-feet ,stock at 5 cents each. Klondyke J
, We lay such sidewalks and back "
; every one with our guar I traits." "It's the portrait I want, and make It
.::' antee. May *'e estimate on yours? : said the other., "1 wouldn't give a I century ago," says as&If Journalist it was made So a : and ,Lady Thomson Strawberry Plants at $2.50 per !:

-t j cent for the rest of-'em.** ,"My property can some dilldres.WhereyerJacksori. : thousand. *

t Pensacola Cement Stone Company, !I is,"not Mid for his sale brdahlp.under turning those on condijtiona his- ; All other. 'stock in proportion.Trite for price list |

to the aston- Square Coffee :: at Address
I: heel 'and walking away, has been tried Its once. :
.s. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485. ishment of the parveao, who flung a been praised. Leidiag cup quality haveit has '
"Stuck beggar: after the retreatingflgure. grocers i 'C. R. Ala. :
: II IIt up I, her :ASK your grocer for. a free LONG Nurseryman, Andalusia;

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EVANGELISTS WILL CONDUCT SERIES aaa e aeaa2 aaa2a aa22eaaaar.' t : rri rriI

''AFTER SIX OF- : SRV1CSATPkLSByTLRIAN" CHURCH I Chesterfield. -Heavy,-- Weight- I 1 ,1:t 'j

fl- - iw I, The Chesterfield overcoat in m r., I Iw I 1'1

the semi-form {f
: new fitting cu.t '", :, : .

;i will be one of the most popular IS n '' tl.m' 1 1ru

'. garments ever put on the market fU ::1 : j'e t

i-i't -e ; The length of the Chesterfield is IS } ;: ,

_ 46 .inches. Among the destr'i.3 J

z able fabrics for Chesterfield *
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The world over after ,
k* _ w this fJ, f
six o'clock, this is the 1M ,.. coats season are Frieze m 4."! ;

correct dress for "dress .-' ,$. ',. __L________ fIj Meltons Kerseys: Moulaise and N 1'i:4 .Hii q qtu 1

affairs.Ve cheviots Linings are of Venetian m : t i"

F .
\ have the fixingsthat ,,- 1 ; m serge and the new Irene. N '- 't
with this suit. -

The go season is now m 4' The lapels have the new raised m ;: .I.1'

here for dress occasions ; ; ?: N : 1 step. Plam sleeves will be extensively Hi : ",: (

come here for your _ i ;: 1! worn, although the imi- :: : t

.._ _ rum m 1
shirts, collars, ties and "
4% / tation cuffs will continue in demand fU .' "
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handkerchiefs.CTANDARDfLOTHINGf.. i
$JrS? $20 $25 $30. m fN Itru
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WHITE & NIX, ; }
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I ... m .Just received swell ,line of Fancy Vest and OUTFITTE ff4. !;

I l 3THIESEN VBUILDINGto.TURTON I I fU Neckwear-the season' best. Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back. 'tU oJ-: .1

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Love of the EnglUhnaa For a Titledhaunt
--- --------- -.-.- Class.
WERE OUT him to end you .
The of a personal sovereignIs
CUT GLASS m HOLIDAY JEWELRY the outward and risible sign that ,
I caste is still supreme in the British em- :I
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 21? S. Palafcx St. I OSCEOLA CLUB MEMBERS, HOW- pire. The external abuses of the feudal 'JacksonSquare"

r system have been abolished in Great f
- -- -- - -- -- ----- EVER BAGGED MOST OF .. :
COTTRELL, Britain, one by one, until those that '1
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. THE GAME. still linger are almost harmless, but -
Pensacola. Fla. Dr. W. W. Hamilton. the inner spirit survives to this late i ;,

day, and even now its manifestationsare i;
Evangelistic services are to commence widely known evangelists of the Home reach here in time to conduct the first :Many hunters were out yesterdayin abundant in almost every part of : "

DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. I at the;First Baptist church Mission Board of Atlanta Ga. are of the series of meetings. Sunday af- all sections and while came bags the social structure of the British Isles. (Java Blend.) it'-t;
to conduct the series ot services, ternoon. filled the hunting was reported .
.RUKYAN'S well -
.. ROLLERS.;. were "
next: Sunday, and rwlll' be conducted There is still alive the fiction that the ,
A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY, which promise to be most interestingand The' people of Pensacola are cordially not as good as In former years, "
$1.00 PER MONTH. each day during the entire week at will undoubtedly result in much invited to attend these services probably due to the dry weather. king rules and that the army of the COFFEE f'
Phone 84fi-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN., 3 and 7:30 p. m. good. They have been holding services While many hunters left the city empire is his majesty's army. There is ;

Pensacola. Florida. Dr. W. W.. Hamilton and Rev. W. in San Antonio, Texas, which and hear these two prominent yesterday morning and the night previous still a willing acceptance of the titled t ':

--- ---- - ---- D. Wakefield. two prominent and have been very successful!: and will men. the largest number ;obably aristocracy and also of an upper house This Coffee Blended to .
were' from the Osceola Club, the annual the vast majority of 'whose members I Suit You- J
DR. ALICE W. HERMAN, hunt'of that club occurring yes sit there by the right'\>f birth only, :

CHIROPODIST.Room ORIENTAL CLUES.Wb7 terday and those who participated in without regard to' their Individual If it does not please you, re. ( 1 -
301, Brent Building 3d Floor. I PASSPORTS IN FRANCE.The Kicks Its Food Into Its Month. the hunt returned to the city ,last merits. turn It to your grocer. Your '
xi-! -orns. bunions ingrovting"" nails re- "This is aa aye-aye,",said the keeperof night and deposited their game at money refunded.. Every can ;
without Almost Anr Society For A rParpoue ; No doubt the British people could i
scientifically pain. llanli '
Kind That Were funnedla. the the monkey house: "Watch it kick the club. guaranteed by us.
:i> specialty. 24octlm Can Succeed. change these things speedily and with- .
..Time of Louis XTI.The "
its food into its mouth.
The oriental Is passionately fond at oat violence If they really desired to I
mysterious cards of the Count ,I' The aye-aye, a handsome lemur, hurried PREPARED FOR I Coffee Co. f:
club life, and the smaller the. degree get rid of this Inheritance from feudal- Importers
R. K. WHITE, de Y rgennes' each contained a brief to the plate of cut carrots that the EMERGENCYBy :
of personal liberty he enjoys in ordinary ANY ism. But they have not got rid of it ,
1!;Jeweler. cal: Graduate! i his"u- history in cipher of those to whom they keeper had just pushed under the bars. and this Is evidence enough that they Limited. 't I
life the intense is :
(tIc'en.30 S. Paizlox Street. Pensacola. Fla. more were given. be Vergennes was Louis It stood before the food which it took Associated Press. to 1 r I
joyment of membership in some broth. i. XVL's minister of foreign affairs and np piece by piece In"its fore paw and London Nov. 23. Foreign Secretary do not wish do so. ** New Orleans, La. 'I. I -
The British see no reason to abolisha .
make much in the house of
erhood. It does not very Gray announced com
when strangers of a suspicious"character tossed e air into its
swiftly through y J
dilIereneewhat' the nature of the club mons today that the government had state of affairs which the American : #
about enter France he issued
Told to -
were mouth. it kept a
Tersely Like. a'juggier.
intention of sending warships toMorroc people look at with amazed wonder as
may be; it is the mere joy of club that life. to them these strange cards yellow chain of carrots curving throughthe adding that France and Spain a survival of tbe dark ages.' A native The Lewis Bear Co. f
irrespective of object or principle which acted as passports and were air from its foot to its'mouth con- for for
were prepared any emergency American finds it wholly impossible to
Sam;, B. Flynn is the in Florala, of where the!I: appeals to him. Having: once'tast d also intended to give information concerning tinuously. The quick toss of the leg the protection of foreigners.Four understand the mental attitude of a Pensacola, Fla.DISTRIBUTERS..' .: t
o putting up scenery this joy he will do much rather than the bearer without his knowl :
with which this done had, undeniably
.. house. I' was certain man of letters in London, who I I'r
u opera 2 '
continuance of it. Orientalsociety i I Minors Arrested. '
forego a .
edge.In the look: of a kick. Justified his ingrained tory ism by the i iI
Kinrala! News Chas. Steward, of The law against minors visiting 2 ; 1
: is so constituted that the fanvily I the first place, its color indicatedthe "Aye-ayes come from Madagascar,"
assertion that he simply would not be
e.aacola Journal Monday rooms was enforced last night j- L
'J. spent pool ,
or clan is the social unit afcd not of the who -
nationality man carried the said. nocturnalin
keeper They are
four ruled by his equa1s.-Readn, -
when Officer Roach placed boys
here. "
: sday
'I i
the individuaL A man cannot be alonein I It. The person's age, approximately their habits, and they live in holes. ]
under arrest for visiting a pool room.
th Lindsey. of Pollard, Ala., isRS his punishments for they are als* was told by the shape of the The natives regard them with superstitious Why Sbe Conldaf.

a ; the business visitors in the I visited In greater or less degree upon I card. A fillet around the border of the reverence. They are the only THE WILD CARROT. :! "No, I didn't have a very good ttffie," I TURKEY J;!

i his relatives as well. He cannot en- card told whether Le was a bachelor creatures extant that kick their food -- she said. "I wanted to talk and there

,'no y. Dillon, of Marianna was in Joy or suffer alone. Now a club or society married or a widower. Dots gave Information Into their mouths." One of the DIocjt Interectlav .! Oar wasn't a man there." ;
t: iu yesterday on a short business is a much smaller organizationthan as to his position and fortune NatiTe Pia.... "But there were plenty .f other SHO'JV'' :

\ society as a whole, and the,individual and tbe expression of his face The Sin of laiarance. A weed has been defined as "a plant girls" ,

'I' \v'. F. Fordham has returned forms a correspondingly larger! was shown by a decorative flower. |I "When life insurance was first instituted that persists in growing where it is not "Oh, of course, but that was no satisfaction ", j

f- ',:1''w' Orleans, where he spent a fraction of it. This is an immense I The strangers religion was told by ," said an antiquary "the church desired." Surely the wild carrot Is a for they all wanted to talk ,'{1' r n

it ...-,, on business. stimulus to self esteem. The man be- the punctuation after his name. If he and pious people generally were dead most weedy weed from the point of too." Come and the fine ;1''

!i", remains of \V. W. Ceruti the comes somebody. This explains why was a Catholic It was a period. If a set against it. They said that It was view of that definition and of the dislike see _
T1, 'I i. man who died Wednesday morn almost society irrespective of its Jew a dash if he was a Lutheran asemio1nn Unfair.
any gambling: in human lives. They saId. of the farmer. As to the persistence and
Ill)1 i consumption will be placed at I and 0'0 stop at all indicated Another unfair'thing 'In life-the turkeys inspect my -1. :
object. can Instantly gather a numerous too, that it would encourage murder. our veteran farmer-naturalist:
r'' -us afternoon the funeral ser- bride with a wealth er hair, wears a '
and enthusiastic constituency.: I him a nonbeliever. They were right in a way. Life in- John Burroughs tells us: "Cut off the market and
be conducte at ;3 o'clock at veil. but the groom who has a bald up-to-date .si* 1
!i man with a little tact could go out on So n man's morals character andappearance surance is gambling in human lives head of the wild carrot and in a week
ul> home corner.Xinth avenue I .eed a veil to cover It. .
a''1' nty-second street ; the streets of Seoul and in twenty-tour were pointed: out by the only the odds are ,,so greatly in the there are five heads in room of the epot and really $ : ,. t
j hours establish a society for the cultivation I pattern of his passport and the author companies' favor that they can never one. Cut off these. and by fall there Is denied the privilege-Atchison grocery.J. \ .
."', president desires that the of mushrooms on thatched roots, ities could!: tell at a glance whether he I to defiance at from Globe.TillS. :
lose. It is also an encouragement are ten looking you -t. 1
:>n.- of the supreme court be writ-] was a gamester or a preacher a physician : F. Rhodes !
t u *!'h a due regard to the simplifiedrules I with president. vice president sr-cre- murder. A good many murders are the same root"
but the dignified justices tary, treasurer and executive committee cr a lawyer and whether _he : committed el"erypar: for the sake of The only fault of the wild carrot Government and 1'

,'. ake to the idea. Whether it is! complete!" and a_ membership! list along was to be' put under surveillance or t life insurance policies.' But these evils as of other so called weeds, is too great DRUGGIST'SEXPERIENCE corner

0 ', m order issuing from the execu- Why? Simply because membership In great beneficent life insurance bodies. persistence. But from a nature lover's : .'

'<, them they do not mention but "auy od": society does Just a little to I,I Materialistic Maa. Life insurance does so much good that point of view there are strictly speaking : Phone 343.
ibunal never was' fond of exe- of the humdrum of life. Sir James Crichtcn-Browne. the Eng- weeds. No plant disliked. \
out ,
lift a man the evils attendant on it are by comparison no
'' : orders from one. since lish before some INTEREST PENSACOLA .
ii- any -Korea News. pliysic-ian. spanking niL" On the contrary. the more a plant Is SHOULD :

>' I dent Marshall's Jeff ron subpoena threw in Chief the waste Jus- .,. Oprn Mouthed. against members'the tendency his profession to adopt. too protested materialistic able "strive successfully it. is. We for can life also the PEOPLE.Mr. :I
of interest
iSis Gclden Opportunity.A more 1.
net Bradley, a prominent Coal and Wood )
Conceited Actor-You should have en explanation cf man. Theraw Baltimore man tells of an address sea and appreciate the beauty without Joe F. Brunswick N. ,
Florala News: The woman who seen the audience sitting open mouthed material of a medical practice became druggist of New
l children In that the dislike.,
made to some school : "weedy" the
me to Florala last ostenly writes "I have sold Vinol J"J
summer :
Hamlet last night contrivance of matter and 'Ii.t
when I was playing a mere observers will examine We deliver Jc& Coal. Charcoal and
>! for the purpose of gathering data city by a member of the board of trus If in this spirit liver oil preparation without oil, .
Critic-It must be dreadful see an force; the brain of this poor consumerof said the I the wild carrot the'verdict will Wood anywhere in the city \V. can :
an article on conditions at the tees.My young friends the past three years and It has given '/ l
all at once. pills and potions a "glue-like, substance in Quantity and oua J I
yawning supply any
Kson Lumber Co. camps. has again entire speaker "let iso urge upon you the be that it is one of the prettiest andmost perfect satisfaction."I you -. I
.. south and was at Pensacola last nine-tenths water with a littte necessity of nat only reading good Interesting, of our native plants. now use Vinol in my family and service h J always promptSteam J 14
v where she was a witness In What a strange scene if the surge of phosphorus thrown in.** "They left cs books but of owning them, sa that you The beauty: I Is especially noticeable in, can highly recommend it It is alwaysa and Domestic Coal. : ;j jI.

", oconage: cases. She is now, ac- conversation could suddenly! eb'j like a man" said Sir James with a smashing: may have access to them at'all t'j'iea. the full bloom usQueen'Anne's lace pleasure to recommend 4 medicinethat Wood Cut Any Size. 1i ii"- )

ing: to reports passing off as tide and show'us the real state of peo figure "a motor car, self made and self: When I was a young; anna I usrt *. *- form. Perhaps some may regard the I have found to be first-class.? f t
and is going under the started with no : and no it Is fast supers'edingand E. G. SEWALL J J
T name ple's mindsScott.A! passengers quently to work all night to earn money bird's nest form as the most Interest The reason so t

of II'Gr, ce Quackenbos. She willis chauffeur, moved by a series of explosions to buy bosks: and then! ju ft up before ) ing.-Exchange. so far superior to old-fashioned I Phone ...-.... 28 N. Tarragona St C t
:- membered here as the woman Bird ..performer. or redistributions of'energy and Success cod liver oil and emulsions Is becauseit l: :
*\\10 wns going to write an article Canaries arid other, tame birds are rushing on to inevitable destruction." daylight to read them. Xo Cornparlcoa. contains all of the medicinal, body- :

aba! nt lxckhart for McClure's magarin sometimes taught t to perform tricks Magazine..:: _ Mrs. tpmore was recalling her early building elements of cod liver,oil' actually SCARRITT MORENO i:
< taken from fresh cods' livers. SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. .
I but it always has been regarded almostan The Dartfne Xap. C ill. ,)I"t.1. married life. with all of the useless and nauseating Agent for Diebold Safe and Lock C... itf: !.
'\othiu:s equals the "Blue RibbonFlavor" Impossibility: to train a wild bird. Prolonged "forty winks" during the "I thought it vrss: a good time to ask "Ah, yes." she sighed( "we were happy oil eliminated and tonic Iron added.. Office and Salesroom Canton.-Ohio.20 E. COY. St. ;.1
Vsk for Blue Ribbon Vanilla.b Andrew Hume the famous Scotch bird happy In our little 4
coadeniae-1 the cU :RflntLynian for his daughter. then-foolishly Vinol makes pure. rich, red blood. f ;
day severely by
\b ar!
ht manydoctot'l ;
!<> twice far and lover. of
as trained of the wildest
go one from a,recently broken VtopiarTve It Is delicious to take' and the weakest f.-
113 Is: suffering; -
tho the that affect! -
on ground they
"BltK Ribbon Flavor" is perf(>C- Scotch birds to perform all sorts of seen the place once or twice," stomach can retain it -
flnn A,,K 'or the 25C size. I remarkable tricks-to jump and keep one's regular sleep. Scientists have arro."".elf?- said Mrs. Gaswell "and I dou't blame As a body-builder, and .strength

PETER PAN PURSES I I time with Usa skipping rope,. to perform found that in the ordinary course in "! found ?I made a mistake in not you for1 moving away from it. Newport creator for old people, weak delicate SEND THE 'If j
the human being there Is the greatest :
!* (' V Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox St., en the slack: and tight rope climban waiting until fce broke a leg."-Cleve- is ever so much finer, isn't It!"- children, after sickness, and for all :
vitality between 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. diseases Vinol Is recommended .
suns convenient and safest purse upright rape: stand on top of a running Dcslcr. Chicago Tribune. pulmonary SOILED
and the least between 2 o'clock and 6 Jail Plain 5,000 of the leading !
r" by over
'adifv use-while shopping or on carriage! draw: cards. out of a ,
'-jl 1rPI'.S, box, mount a ladder end ring; a belL\ o'clock In the morning. Long sleeps Into the Nest DaT. druggists of the United States., Your "
I IOf I go round a wheeling: stair step by during the day interfere with this order ____ "When I leave "you tonight," said money back if it does not do-all we THANKSGIVING. .
.ri- climax of good meal-a cup of nature sometimes causing: head claim for it W. H. White & Co.. '
a tep and fly to its owner's head: when Mr. Staylate. "I hope you"- LINENSto :
Jackson' Square Coffee. Ask yourItrp ,I I called nf on. ache. The nap of forty winks but "Gracious Are you coming agate to- Druggists. 1-.; ,
While for
are agents
for Note- we
a free sample. only forty, proves refreshing to many Patience Gonne.
Miss '
? exclaimed
night Vinol in Pensacola It Is now for sale t
Your J: ,
-- -- because it I? too short to have injurious the proximityof i
any Keep first time
-------------- ', Then for the at the leading drug store In Dearly
: consequences. the dawn dawned: on him and he lit I every town and city in the country. 1'-c
y.Rem'mber the Full -"fIDe I out-Exchange. Look for the Vinol agency In your
LAIw ex tiVQ canery 1 1 i Magnanimity. Brain Strong r town. The Star Steam

bOUc.S.2JQ'3tB.7 ic:. ZSc Magnanimity Is never coupled with Too F..t. .
CERIS weakness.The large soul that embraces 0:1 I "Wbafs*become of that brother-in- FASTIDIOUS WOMEN Laundry i'lt

all mankind in love and asked the old friend. .
-- sympathy I law of yoursT consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a
TOVS HORNS RAILROAD TRAINS that is tender, compassionate and "He had a bright future before him.", necessity in the hygienic care of the
OqUMS' RUBBER DRESSED DOLLS, generous. Is also strong resolute and e41 uts Yes he had." sighed the other old person and for local treatment of 37 E. Garden 8t Phone 114
"EEAM TOYS I LE.LLS. I KID DOLLS.RAILROAD ENGINES. firm whenever principle justice and rap ,I friend "but he outran It" feminine ills. As wish its cleansing, .
TOYS, BANKS and healing
DOLL ',tos, SISQUE DOLLS, STEAM BOATS, truth are concerned. There Is no cruel- I germicidal, deodorizing ixtraordinrrFor saleat Pensaeo'a,' Fla. +
ty like that of weakness; there is no "THERE'S A REASON." A small cloud may hide both ann aal qualities are Address ,
line at Druggists. Sample
Want In that
Most anything you :
power and courage and energy like cioon.nanish Proverb. Tbe R.Paxton Co., Boston, Mass. : i;
23 SOUTH FMLAFOX STREET I those of true : j
'OE'S BOO STORE _' Brwrt BaiUlnt.I, Phoa,233 ,J 1 magnanimity.

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case an .epidemic be looked for Ii>- = : : :: -, -
I may
f ,'next spring unless energetic measures WE HAVE ,JUST ENTERED FLORIDA.
jiittiiIa Joutna11
$t |!are taken to stamp the disease outkind ALL TS.JThe ,

1 Of to course remove, the the:Cuban cause authorities of it: will a.TS: s s..i'. -k' The .Eastern Companies making a desperate' keep the

: j I not admit that they have been neglecting I
I Fearsome Garnishee.
i DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. ''I. the sanitary reguratIons that Be good, be careful pay your debts, State Mutual Life Insurance Co of Ga

were Introduced by the Americans, but In making bills, go slow, I

i;t PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY it regulations is declared are'to no be longer a fact enforced that these in For Will nothing sooner else bring that you woe.can do I from doing the business of the south. When one considers that these Eastern

I I ...BY... such a way as to make them effective. Don't try to dress too you well my friend-;" Companies have practically owned the insurance of the South for over, 40 years
There Is the
a sanitary force but
;: THE'JOURNAL COMPANY. members of it. beyond drawing their The If need garnishee be, wear will get a clout you if ., and received from that source ,,
pay, do not seem to be much in evi- EVERY YEAR
dence. The truth doubtless Is that Youdon't OVER FIFTY ,
FRANK L MAYES. President and General' Manager they don't care whether there Is yellow -
i watch understand how keenly they feel the turning of the tide by
we can
: fever in the city or not The :

--_.._- -. I not alarmed by its appearance. The Forego the things you'd like to have j
people of Havana therefore, feel that And luxuries we, THE STATE MUTUAL m
SUBUCRIPTION RATES money spent In sanitation Is thrown deny

One Tear .. .. ..........?5 00 One Month,.. .. .. ?. ,. 45 away.It Yourself, unless of course, you have, the beginning of this year gave out our ESTIMATE of business we expectedto

Six; Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 doubtful if it will be possible Don't The let wherewith to buy, displayPut !j do for 1906, we'wjere told that would require a business equal to ONE of
desire vain
Three Months. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per year..n CO to keep the fever out of Cuba as longas for i "
> the Cubans have control. They sober sense to rout the "Big Three, and that it was out of reason to say that a young

I cannot be depended upon to take The garnishee will get you if SOUTHERN Company would do such a business. We have not only done
From Which Detailed measures for
The a
Only PenaacotmVetvcpaper eradicating it when it
Circulation Statement Can Bo Secured. gets a foothold in Havana or other Youdon't more, in Alabama in 1906 than anyone of them issue ind 1905. but

ventive cities of measures.the island They or to are adopt showing pre- watch MORE THAN ALL OF THE BIG THREE TOGETHERas

ti Phevn $(EOtwtai MBothten f. PapersenSateonTralns health themselves matters to be as, as they inefficient have proven in A champagne out! appetite you may will be seen by the following, which is taken from the "Alabama Insurance

1 Offiet 1600 and at all News Stands. themselves In matters pertaining to Possess but this Is clear Report of 1906;" <
the government of the island. Unless you have a champagne wad,
Content yourself with beer. MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW'YORK .o. .$3,499,262

-Offices-Journal Building' -:Corner lntendnoia and D.Luna Sts. %I I* *** ** Be prudent all, If and you're'don't in ever doubt spendAt NEW YORK LIFE . . . .. . 2,463,769

THE TWO-SIDEDJEROME. The garnishee wilt get you If EQUITABLE LIFE .'. . . . .o. . 1.632.969

(Mobile Register.) Combined total of"Big Three"$7,56OOO
The Tampa Fair closed with aj I The Atlantic Coast $ $ out! Business written in Alabama during the TEN MONTHS of 1906 by. the

: Brown day. J -Paul Cook. I INSURANCE CO. of Ga. $7,613,750
Inland Waterway. We can understand why District "STATE :MUTUAL LIFE .

.. Old Santa Claus will soon be on the) The organization of The Inland Attorney Jerome lost his popularity Rotterdam. <: This shows that we have written more business in TEN MONTHS of

borne stretch. I Waterway Association, at Wilmington the with time the voters he' made of New his York extraordinary between Little"Rotterdam Girl: Papa, is it wrong to''j 1906 than the "Big Three' combined issued during theTWELVE MONTHS of

Watch for the Christmas edition of N. C., brings the plan for the construction run as an Independent candidate say '
for Father: No. Rotterdam Is a 'cityIn 1905.
The Journal It will be a hummer. of an Inland waterway from district attorney and the nominationof
Democratic candidates for Europe. Why? I DOES THIS NOT SHOW THAT WE ARE DOING THE LIFE INSURANCE -
the state offices
: There was no monkey business about; northern AUantic coast to the Little Girl: ,Because when Jennie

the rousing reception given Caruso in mouth of the St.. John's river, againto ideas, of In the view construction of the change of the "square in his stole my candy yesterday I told herI BUSINESS OF THE SOUTH
hoped it would teeth oat
New York on his first appearance in I the fore, and the Importance of the' deal" as applied to the Rotterdam
equality of all I and that there'must be something particularly 'good about our policies that enables -
project together with the comparatively men before the law. Alderman Mark- Platt's Troubles.
opera. small cost at which the scheme ert, of Brooklyn, without criminal Intent Poor Tom Platt's troubles are coming j, us to do such a tremendous business in the face of the concentrated fire

The president says the Panama could be carried to completition, are tion,of attempted to obtain the restora in for their share of expressionsfrom made on us by all companies the Eastern Companies in particular?
a former
canal is all right, and he ought to factors that will eventually result In cleaning member of the street the press. Insurance, express We the cleanest broadest fairest Annual Dividend
know. Only two things are needed- squadho had been discharged rebates, senate treason and a wife are writing poli'iesthat
the waterway being built, because of sickness. Charity have him but found and contain GUARANTEED LOANS
and kept awake many nights can be ; they larger and
men money was the motive
The Savannah News, which was one of the alderman, the
the latter he has about
If the Cuban insurgents will suspend cf the first newspapers in the southto discharged employe of the city having settled. The proposition astute politician hardly CASH VALUES than 'any other policy sold in the South.

operations until next spring they realize the immense importance of a sick him.wife For and his six attempt children to dependenton reinstate expected to settle his domestic It will be to.your interest to give one of.our agents thirty minutes of your

might get a few pointers from the such a waterway to south Atlantic the street cleaner Mr. Jerome prompt. troubles Monn without, and a rap here from is the the notorious time.

press association. ports, and to gulf ports as well when ly had the alderman indicted When way '
the proposed canal across the state the case got into court the indictmentwas the We have colonel agreed serves to him disagree: ; I OUR ASSETS MORE THAN DOUBLE OUR LIABILITIES.
And now the United States Supreme just
of Florida shall have been completed.has as promptly quashed. But be it understood
Court rejects the Teddyfied mode of The testimony before the Armstrong There's been VIVIAN H. MARSHALL, Gen. Agt., 212213214 City Bank, Mobile, Ala.
no immorality-
"- the following to say upon the subject committee I
-yspelling.. but then this court always showed that the New York We've both been :very good.
: Life had --J-
paid -
91,400,000 to Andrew
did hare a mind of its own. The most keen detective nipper -
The Inland Waterway Assaciation. Hamilton for corrupt purposes; that Found only an old maid's slipper. .
; Interest in peonage trials will be organized Wilmington, N. C.. yes the Mutual had paid $1,200,000 to
We will be no Depew toilers failed to do so and the court called the alleged offender was struck with the youthful
transferred to Ocala next week. Judge terday, is an outcome of the agitation Fields for corrupt purposes; that the but somehow I up though
Wagering our daily dollars, the blotter." on the phone, 'and the following manly and well-set-up of
which has been going on for a number -' Equitable distribution along the same left it behind on appearance
Locke will begin the trial of several But separate and free.
: ensued: the men.
of for inside lines had been $900.000. George W. the taking dialogue
years a practical waterway 'Yes, senatoreaid page,
r of these cases th'.'!re Monday Perkins contributed $48,702 to Republican (Signed) L. C.. T. C. P. "Hello, John" said the court, "I After the inspection the crew <
between the north and the : the -:..-. out his wallet I did find that bill wz
;; Sunday afternoon every lodge of south. From Norfolk, Va., to the national committee and afterwards Logic. I and here it Is. And its a lucky thingfor wish you would" come down to-day. mustered aft and the articles for the
headwaters of the St.. Johns river; reimbursed himself at the I' you sir, that none of the other "What for! government of the navy were PUD:
r'- the Brotherhood of Elks throughout: Mike: Now, Pat if where you are
Florida with the exception of a few I expense ,of the policyholders of the senators happened In oefore I saw it" "The town marshal has sworn outa lished.
r. the United States will convene. in a miles along the coast of South Caro i New York Life., Senator Platt ,testified contact standing with an irresistible force came object in I' warrant against you for beating him Mrs. Roosevelt came on deck to
lodge of sorrow and, eulogies will be that for years the big insurance Jmmovable election day. I want to try "
lina. there are rivers and sounds and I what would happen? Cute. up you. this and remained for the 'general
delivered by a thousand orators. deep creeks which form a perfect inland companies had contributed $10. %'> to Pat: Pat would .2$ in double quick I B. P, O. E: Isn't Miss Smith x awfully ,"Can't do It Judge, I'm too busy. muster." which followed. At ''geaem
> route: secure, from 'the dangersof each republican campaign and that order. ] cute? ." "Ill have to send a constable after muster the crew and officers for

Vice-president Fairbanks was surprised -: ocean navigation. By the expenditure the contribulions'establfshed a "moralobligation" j I Y. M. C. A. (Blushing.) I cant you* aft and each person on board aas "e-v

f' at the warmpth of his recept -; of a sum less than ,would be required to protect the Interests of Dream.of Love.I speak from authority. :, / But I'm busy husking corn and I to his name, at the same time passu;:

tion at Tampa, but he should remember for the construction and equipment contributing companies. With all this, may you. yet at morn. [ buildin' a fence around my east forty. ,before the captain. The prpsJ: '

i: that in that ,semi-tropical region of 200 miles railroad this Inland Mr. Jerome wrote to the governor of When flowers. are glistening with Quick Justice. Why don't you try me now? stood near the captain, thus g'tJz.
water route can be made navigable New York that It was quite imposr/ble the dew: "All right Are you guilty?" a personal Inspection of each man cat :: J
they are glad to get anything that for him to.obtain evidence that would 4" Trial by telephone is the latest ,
for and the same time
freight passenger vessels letting each c::
And birds and forth its
will them to keep cool. warrant the prosecution of high officials song;give joys, from Wisconsin. At Tarrant a justiceof "Yep.
help his ,
;. 'and the business that could be My soul and heart both turn ,to see, close, too, commanderta'cLThese
in the insurance companies. When the, peace entered a charge; "five dollars.
worked by and for them is practi- functions were not especial/
of up Jerome' in you. against a rural resident who failed to "All right judge, 111 send it down
;p- Whatever may be the views cally unlimited. Heavy freights, requiring inactivity the Insurancecases ---"- for the president but are the ron*
r / Mayor Dunne of Chicago on the negro' low rates. would be transported is contrasted with the speed he Your Wife's Lover. appear for a hearing. Straightway: by the rural mail carrier. Good.bre for the first Sunday of each month

VIquestion he will find later that he over' such a route In preference to br exhibited issued in against causing the an Brooklyn indictment alderman to Anthony Hope, In one of his clever ___ __n'

i. made a mistake in refusing to participate any other. who had attempted a charitableact stories says: "Never stop being your PROTECTIVE RESEMBLANCE.
in the Tillman meeting. What Every tropical or other severe storm exhibited himself In. wife's lover, for when you stop some
he a way
i: ecerthe" faults of Tillman may be .the :and that beaches sweeps the with coast valuable strews lumber the ocean and that could 'not fail vo arouse we* other man may,'begin." | NATIONAL EXECUTIVE Klmtcrr. .f Color sad Fora. Conmo
ABOBK 1..Ht.
'J" fact remains that he Is a senator of timber and sends! to the bottom quantities merited criticism. Everglades Boss.
An official of the National masenm
the United States and as such is entitled of coal and the craft carrying Maude Was WllllDc. Yes, I am B9ss of the Everglade Isles, ON BOARD A BATTLESHIPThe at Washington who has made many
f to ,the courtesy that is due his it An inside waten'ay'oud! rob strict A regular "Spouter," you know I .
Hatteras of its terrors to the lighter A housewife said to''a new trips abroad In the Interest of that instltution
And I have traveled ten thousand
official position though he were
f even coastwise craft maid "I forgot to tell you, Maude.that miles states that In South Amer

discharging its duties at the time. How large and profitable a businessis If you break anything I'llhave. to take To'"ork my little scheme through. can forests the butterflies and the birds

Mark Twain's new book, "E\e's done on inland navigable waters it out of your wages." ; president's party, consisting of bridge, but about 8 o'clock went to I are equally brilliant in their colors trt;
i'not is realized only by those who are engaged But Maude whom two bad : the after bridge to listen to the daily fc>
Iiary" has been put under the ban days Well f am beaten, almost two tor one- Mrs. Roosevelt and maid, Surgeon of that the butterflies, being weaker.
=: in it. A large commerce is already heartily sickened of her berth, replied Yes, I acknowledge the corn the Navy P. M. Rixey, and Mrs. Latta band concert where he remained a I a prey to the birds. One very bnn!
Worcester .Mass authorities
by the library -
done the and half Lour thence going to breakfast
over imperfect
with a merry laugh: "Do It ma'sjn; do But am ready to fight till the battleis then embarked and went to the Louisiana hued species of butterfly, however N
on account of the Edenic shallow inside,route; with deeped water After breakfast the president and
It I've just broke the hundred dollar won,
not disturbed by the birds on aCt'Otulof
f-" costumes in which Eve is depicted in and the connecting links made. in the And the sheep of" his fleece is shorn. where' they were received by Mrs. Roosevelt spent an hour walkingon
vase parlor and if,you can take the disagreeable odor that it em.t&
As the trade would grow rapidly to enormous the executive officer Lieutenant Commander the quarter deck and the remain-
Eve did
t the book's fifty etchings.
proportions. that out of $4-for"rm leavin' at the der of the time before luncheon they Singularly enough, some other gnrcps
there will and wailing Chapin and the officer of the
Oh "weeping ,
r not have the advantage of the bargain Savannah is interested in the project end of the week-why, you'll be mighty all I spent on the quarter deck, reading of butterflies, which resemble in <-o:A

f'counter sales and as tariff fostered by reason of her situation on the elever.Argonaut. When, I get right ready, to strike; deck Z.. }!. :Madison. says the New and at times talking with omcers. the species just described also esca "

t trusts with their infant industries had route She I is Interested in anything I'll drive the people out of my sight, York Herald. On account of the late They lunched about-1:30 o'clock; persecution by the birds, although Or

not yet been invented, how can these I and everything that makes for the development -- Ltanaena Lad Hl.-TVork And then do just what I like. hour it then being about 11 o'clock, After the'luncheon the president accompanied emit no odor. It Is evident that till

f:: very particular library custodians expect I of the coast country and How much sleep do men need? Jeremy none of the honors prescribed by law the captain In his weekly similarity of color deceives toe birds!
the commerce of this section. Whatever The legislature is mine you see. for the of the inspection of the lower decks and shield the bctterflies. -
f Eve to be dressed in modern cos- Taylor was content with three reception president were and thus serves as a for
.. helps !Norfolk Wilmington, And they shall all bills, storerooms. The president was,in every .
my cow
; tume? I hours, Baxter with' four Wesley with, pass rendered. After remarking upon the This sort of mimicry of
; I Charleston, Brunswick Jacksonville With another amendment still better I part of the ship on and below the '
!and other cities and towns of the six. Bismarck and Gladstone needed for me, '.' great expanse of quarter deck, made berth deck,including the steering engine and form, which naturalists call 1r"
The old expression "what the governor -!south Atlantic, helps Savannah and eight but Goethe, Napoleon Mlrabeau And the people' ,shall swallow their plainly visible by the electric lights, room handling rooms dynamo tectlvt resemblance," Is not very uncommon -

t of South Carolina e said to the southern section. Savannah therefore and Humboldt professed that they pills! and after a short general conversation rooms, and magazine passages. The among Insects.

the governor of North Carolina" gave will give whatever help she can could get along very well with less. -S. B. O. in St. Augustine Record. the president and his party went inspection wound up with a careful Another form "protective re*!II'

way last year to "what the governor to the Inland Waterway Association. Linnaeus, the naturalist was one of and close scrutiny of the entire en blance" which exhibits much COIKIT-
of Mississippi said to the governor of There Isn't :another country in the those who robbed themselves of sleep How Colors Change. below to their quarters.Due gineer's" department. the president goIng ance and skill Is sometimes! toucl

: Louisiana," but the expression is liable world that has a chance of constructing during their earlier years and made O! ye who nightly pant the town, it had to been the possible construction to of the ship the through all the fire and engine among birds. Some birds bid. Ib,1(!! !
so \"aillable.'a'public water high Take warning! arrange rooms, the machine shops, and wash tJ1
: :
that resemi
for It later in life. In his wakeful eggs among
to go back to the Palmetto State now way at so small a cost If the almost up dark brown quarters without expense; In fact outside rooms. He expressed himself much
A taste for red begets as h- "
his old he would In form and color. The !ii".r ;
of periods age of painting, which was to be done eggs
: as people note "what the governor continuous chain of bays, sounds, rivers Next morning. pleased with the conditions he found
retire to his library, take down one ofhi anyway, the only change consisted of tie tit" la England weave !hats *
and creeks the
South Carolina saij to the Immigration were Germany's, -CatholIc Standard and Times. I existing. At dinner at 7:30 the president ar.d
agent of New Y rk" The mev, :government would quickly have them own works and read It with a sigh two small wooden partitions and one and Mrs. Roosevelt had as their shaped nest out of moss, );:bens
'i joined together with necessary canals of regret "Ho\v very fine!1" he would Recipe for Kisses. I door. The furniture was borrowed guests Lieut Commander Chapin, the spiders' webs, and when placed to a

sage was a little more. courteous per- and dredged to a proper depth. murmur. "What would I not have To one piece of dark piazza add a I from what was on hand at the navy executive oflcer; Lleut, Commander tree or train the nest so closely reni'

haps than Ben Tilluian would have put given to be able to write a book like little moonlight: take for granted two i yard and other vessels. The scrupulous Vogelgesans.] the navigator< and Lieut bles its surroundings that it can hardy!
it but it certainly was in no uncertain Good Roads Mann has discovered this!" : cleanliness was what attracted Evans.
: people press in two strong ones, a be detected. The color and appearance
terms. I a new idea for building better roads. t:small soft hand. Sift lightly two I the vied eye.with his The pleasure president's mben surprise!he saw Sunday broke cloudy but pleasant of the nest are Imitations cf the pr-

If there's ything new on the market The Milky Way. jounces of attraction one of romance; his sea come, and his compliments to with a slight northwesterly breeze. Tailing color and appearance of the

: The Practice of that will help along the cause of good The milky way in the heavens is{add a large measure of folly; stir In i I the officers and crew of the Louisana The president rose at the usual time particular tree In whIch It u placed.

: Jumping on Trains.One roads this Mann is sure to find it. composed of myriads of fixed stars, I ia floating ruffle, and one or two whis I were many. While the president was and went on to the after bridge about
I I but it is not true that they have ,pers. Dissolve half a, dozen glancesin 8 for the morning concert remaining -
that any :inspecting his quarters, another steam .
would naturally suppose I *' *' .f g .. a well of silence; dust in a small there a half hour, when ie went below Caved 1fT a CIPSC'
influence that anybody knows of on the launch with a sailing launch in tow, l1et1tTconstructed !
horrible death of The story Is told of bow a
the a of
pa'mate'l 15- :quantity of hesitation one ounce to breakfast The president then
r direction of the wind or other elementof had been sent for the baggage. This '
crushed under the wheels] of a locomotive :'* FEVER AT HAVANA. .;, i resistance two of yielding; place the I came on deck for morning quartersand cipher saved Sir John T
would\ have a deterrent effect!'! *. -. f# the weather of the earth. Their apparent -j!kisses on a' flushed cheek. or two lips; I was all soon aboard and on the morn- Inspected the crew and Tanion'g life. This cavalier: was t&k'"
i ling, November 9, about 12:15 the upper
$ Savannah News. 1.. changes of position are due only ''flavor with a slight scream and set decks with Captain Couden. During prisoner and locked up la Celebes'
upon that class of boys who make a;: to the changes of position by the earth will succeed In I ships got under way. '
aside to cooL This the inspection the president took especial castle to await his execution. On'
practice of jumping on and off moving V i J i ,i I In its' daily and annual revolutons.! I any climate, if directions are carefully i The night was spent running down interest In the galleys and general second day of his confinement the Ja: ;

engines and cars, but, it seems that l' Dispatches -from-Cuba don't say The stars in the milky way are so far j followed. I II' I,the pilot river being and Chesapeake off bay. the mess pantry. In the latter the brought him a letter, which! as far (9
such is not the much about fever in Havana of the castle
yellow One On The Senate. about 6:30 o'clock In the morning.
: sacola, and hardly an engine or train but It Is there. A New York correspondent of years for the light from them to the noted English About 8 o'clock In the morning. November are washed three times a day this beIng was merely a note cf condolence fro-
I' Bart Kennedy,
I accomplished
.. passes along Wright street between in a recent letter treats of reach us. novelist. told in New York a story '9, the president's standard, trically-driven propellers by aid of elec a friend. But the letter bad keen r 3-

the depot and the shops that does not the subject at considerable length. He about the senate, says the Los Angeles firing from the main truck of the Louisiana in a large tank.he plates submerged. cocted on & cipher to which Sir .ow

carry from one to a dozen boys, not has no doubt from the Informationhe The Ironic ArcUtevt. I Times."I was simultaneously greeted I placed In the tank and the acing had a clew. Every third letter after a
has been able to collect that its Who is the famous architect of whom propellers .
withstandinging the efforts of the railroad heard this story in Washington, from the three ships with a national (forcing boiling' punctuation mark of any kind wa <
soap and lye water ;
4\ to of the following is told ne 'ad oat '
presence is due neglect sanitary : jot
I have salute. This is probably the first tbs;
said Mr. Kennedy, "and every :against them. lIe also evinced telL :Whit he made out was
to them Off. ,
men keep great
i regulations. It Is a fact that after the designs for a magnificent church to is true. time any president has been salutedon shd.J '
(reason to believe c j interest In t1)e electrical and "Panel at east end of chapel <
The great majority of boys who\ risk the American sanitarians cleaned the cost !00,000. and the committee wanted I ",A senator hurried Into the senate the high seas. j I vegetable peeler which was potato operated On tie following evening the pn" t.P r

their lives !n this manner reside in city country and, the partly drained the adjacent him to reduce the price to 20000. chamber one morning early and said Saturday, November 10, broke with for him; the bake shop, with IU elec begged permission to pass a quiet tour
the section between the depot and fever disappeared from "Say 30 shillings more, gentlemen." to a page: a clear eky and a calm sea. The trical dough-mixing machine, In The reqi-'
Havana, came In In the chapeL
though prayer
J- the shops, and why their parents allow the fever previous to that time he wrote "and hate a nice spire."- "'Young man, did you find a $10 breeze from the north and east was for its share of interest. too. The and before tH boor .aJ
appeared regularly every London Tatler. bill on my desk last evening! I wrote balmy. The president rose about 7 (crew, being In white was granted,
them j dress, ;;
: to use the tracks as a playground year. In some years there was very, I[ presented passed the panel had don Its wor
the bill, o'clock and
a letter, intending to Inclose spent some time on the la fine appearance and the
;t is beyond comprehension. t little of it. and in other years there: I president and the bird had flown.Plantation .

f1' The action of these boys is In direct were epidemics. From" September,I It Fie Seat Salad. --- : .' ;J
1901. to October, 1905, there wasn't, Adam (returning dinner) to Eve- '
i violation of the ordinances of the city
: a single case In the city. The belief Good heavens! Ob, these women!
and doubtless, a few arrests would gained ground that the disease had They can't leave anything alone. You

have a salutory effect If the parents disappeared altogether. But It is back' have gone and made the salad out of

t. of the boys ,cannot control them the again. Since early last October there my Sunday clothes.-Bon Yivant Chill Cure is
: have been 122
city should ,take immediate steps to cases and 22 deaths.In
Havana .it is tated that the fever
'I enforce the laws rigidly and, thus pro- Is, of a very mild type but this is Among the asutOSf and also with
i vent a recurrence of the horrible accident the natives of the.New Hebrides hiss-
: [denied, the claim being that it .is ,of -
l- : of ,last Sunday. a virulent character.. That being the. In; is a sign of applause., TO Cure or Money Refunded By Your merchant. So.'Why Not Try.IT! ence, eoc. Retail. I

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Those Friday Crowd-Coaxers. This time there ,
AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. If you fail to examine our are three of them, and, three mighty good ones '

stock before making CONTRIBUTION. There is someone in the family that surely needs t .' '-
J No. M> Before 3 P. M. your ..
!P.;Z l No. 38 After P. M.P' .- ofPERFUMES f one or all of the three Crowd-Coaxers that we place ; ; '

, .. purchases One of.the relief fund contributions on sale to-day. You .know we told you every Friday -\
whicn has not until now been pubUclY
acknowledged came from the good there would be two or more* Sensational Shoe. Values. /I Iil rtI I

"' people of Point Coupee Parish, Louisiana (
who shortly after the storm contributed -
THANKSGIVING. all $58.00 to the storm sufferers CROWD'COAXER No. 1. CFOWD-COAXER No 2. 'i 4
7/te Journal's We have the leading of '
Daily Fashion Feature Pensacola. The money was collected -
$3.00 Young Lad!**' Patent $2.50 Ladles Patent ColtShoes '. '
Lnrd if into a sta.rIessnIght we gaze by AIrs: A. Brown, of that place
makes, imported and domestic Shoes, lace or button; lace and blucher, '- .
\lld hope seems wandering 'mid the and the subscribers were as follows: also plain leathers with pat
misty hazeOf comprising all the popular A. Bourn .. f,, .. .. ... .. ,.$2' 00 ent tip; good heavy extension light and heavy soles. various t '
doubt and gloom, and dark the Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... iou school sole heels, Goodyear sizes 2,. welt, styles of heels, sizes ,
2Vt 3.
rolling tided 'odors. Edna M. Andre ... ..' .. ... .. 1 00 3K 4, 4/2 and & to-day somewhat broken-to-day
\ "'e thank Thee for Thy love that S. E. Bertonlere .. ... .. .. ,.. 1 00 !:
will abide. P. V. Rougon .. .. .. .. .-. .. 5 00 $ .4O. $1.75. 4: :

IN BULK E. G. Rougon .. .. .?" .. 3 00 '
Lord, Thou haSt veiled the future from E. Kaufman .. .. '.. .. .. .. .2 00 :
our eyes; IL L. Stevens .. ,.. .. ,. .. ,. JJ5 ---' -
ifes rosy morn, fair with bright and The good kind by the s!. Bernstein .. .. .-. .; .. .. 1 00 a '. .', CROWD-COAXER No 3. .

cloudless skies; M. Prince .. .. ',. .. .. "..' .. 25
\o: whisper of the.. coming winter's : ounce. Also package goods. B Patin '.. .. .. .. .. _.. .. io *1.7S and $1.80 Boys' Box Calf? '
blast y. Cash .. _.... .. ... '.. .. .. .. 300 and heavy vlcl soles Wd, sizes lace Shoes 2'to: pood V/r- n-
Yet Lord we thank Thee for all Thy :Cologne, Toilet Waters Cash ,.. .;: .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 00 to-day g-----

mercies past. Sachet Powders Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 100 '
etc. Capti- Frank Bergeron .. .. .. .. .. 5 00 $1.20. '

I/>rd. give us strength for all life's / 'C vating odors at surprisinglylow Hy. Nowak .. .... .. .... .. .. .. 1 00 '
duties here. Dr. L. E. Bergeron .. .. .. .. 100 a
When sunlight smiles, or shadows fall : prices. Phone 453. Mrs. B. M. Pitcher .. .. .. .. .. 4 00 MEYER I
so drear: S. Abramson -.'. .. .. .. C. .C 2 00 -
for we thank Thee. Father above, Agents Whitman's Candies. Cash .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. iou FEET SHOE CO. FOR ;1 I
And know that life's trials are sent Geo. A. Bonnecaze :. .. .. .. 1 00 -
In love. f'1/ The Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .1 00A. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. f
-Mrs. Cordella Elizabeth :Moore In : : ; Crystal Pharmacy. L. Glynn .. .. .. .. .. .. .150 .
Birmingham Ledger. Cash .. ..' .. .. .. .. .. .. .200 -- -
Bigman ... ... ..' *.. .. .. .. 500 i
Here Is a \beautiful Thanksgiving fORUNfORTUNATES Goldsmith. .. .. .. ., .. 2 00
entlment! taken from one of the rent GOOD Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. CO
'- magazines : J. B. Churchill .. .. .. .. .. .. 5 00 An Even Twcnty = Five ,
Worship God by doing good; ) _

Help the suffering In their needs. Total. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$58 00
Tie who loves as he should t11 '11' .' When this money was collected the
lakes his heart's love understood ', Pensacola relief committee was requested -
By his good deeds.Thanksgiving I 1'! '1,11 '.1.1I PRISONERS IN COUNTY AND CITY to draw on Mrs. Brown for Beautiful Velvet Rugs

JAILS WERE GIVEN THANKS- that amount but through an oversight
\ ,- this was not done and after the relIef -
BanquetOf 1 GIVING DINNER. committee had closed up Its business -
Mrs. Baum sent the money to
Pythian Sisters. :Mrs. A. Rosenau, of this city, and .

The prisoners in both the and she. distributed it according to instructions -
Following the initiation of nine candidates city Oriental and Floral designs
several charities
into the mysteries of Pythian county jails were,given good Thanks- among worthy .
I' where It was greatly needed and '
Sisterhood last night an elaborate ifing .dinners yesterday which they where It will be put to the best poe.sible
real values
Thanksgiving! banqueta.s participated $3.00 our price to
In by the members of Magnolia greatly enjoyed. ,Preparations for a use. .

Temple Jso. 4, and a large number of \ big dinner for the unfortunates had Pensacola appreciates the generosityof
male members of the Pythian order, been made in advance especially in the little Louisiana community to move them quick $2.00. : tI

at the Pythian Castle Hall on West In the county jail where chicken, pot pie the fullest possible extent I
tendencia street. and other good things were served in "
The hall was beautifully decoratedfor abundance. One of the prisoners- LEGEND OF'THE TOPAZ. ::- 1

the occasion, Pythlan colors predominating the jail yesterday wrote the followingnote I
and the ceremonies were regarding the dinner which he 'W'by the Jewel la Called ffc* Stew* } f ;

presided over by Most Excellent Chief a requested published: '.f Qvatltvd. ,
"Irs Tlllie Dennard. -Quite a sumptuous Thanksgiving The topaz Is called the stone of gratitude -I WATSON PARKER & REESE Co ?
Two long tables were arranged in dinner was served the prisoners Incarcerated and the old Roman books record

th!' hall, one on either side, each loaded in the county jaiL Sheriff the following legend, from which the .
with all the Van Pelt and his'corps of able assist-
good things which :
go "
stone deriVes thia attribute: "EVERYTHING TO WEAR.
ito make up a Thanksgiving feast and ants deserve special credit for the
In the preparation of which the abundance of good things furnished. The blind Emperor Theodoslus used
FvQi'an! Sisters are famous. There was enough for each and every to hang brazen gong before his palI I .j".l '

\ feature of the occasion was a person in the prison, and everyone in ace gates and Bit beside It,on certain -' _
large and handsomely'! decorated cake I ITOUG the jail hereby express their appreciation. days, hearing and putting to rights the I
donated by Sister Josie Edwards .' Much credit is also due Isaac grievances of any of his subjects. form Yours one will of always the ulreclntait life. 'T l'

which was cut by Mrs. Dennard with Saunders. the efficient cook employed Those who wished for his advice lad Clean Clothes send them to you '
i sword. In cutting the cake Mrs at the prison, for the way he preparedand help had but to Bound the gong and j; t

Dennard made a brief address, congratulating GIRL'S FROCKAn served the dinner. EverythIng Immediately admission Into the presence The New Method Laundry 'I.1" I
the sisters the served was seasoned and flavored PHONE 1196 t. W LAWRENCE. Prep MM 11I.11.Lauafr II'.. W. ROMUUf' :
upon progress -
obtained. One
of.Caesar was day I
that had been made in the past! effective model for a cloth costume {labs whUi extended up over the kwe I properly and"tickled the palates, of i : AGENTS WANTED. '. .t'[.
snake to the and r
a great crept up gate _
and expressing the wish. ca behalf ,is here depicted, the original vest in the middle of the front The! more than seventy-five persons. I ; I
(( the sisters and herself, that the frock being of dark blue cheviot arge.' I rcvei sections were of velvet and i At the city Jail Steward Richard truck' thebruen gong with her coils,
Temple and the order might ever adI I The skirt was cut to clear the groundall small buttons of velvet were also usedas Warfield served the prisoners with I and Theodoslus" gate order that 110 one J, F. DAVIS JEWELER :; j Hj
ranee around and was a gored model, trimming. The sleeves were of the: an excellent dinner, and in such Quantities -i molest the creature and bade ,
It is usual for the Pythian Sisterst trimmed with four two-inch wide bias.1p'\1i' &part. The small yoke and stock' that therewas, more than enoughfor I, her tell him of her wish. Now ta '! 1 : .
meet during the afternoon, but bands around the bottom. Tha bolice collar was of thinner lace than-the. all of them. The meats and vegetables The snake bent her crest lowly In New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St 1.t 1.
upon this occasion the regular meet- was of the cloth cut in'two rounded t lace used for the vestBEULAH. 'were furnished by the'city, but homage and straightway told the following I :'I
L 'i all of the extras:,were paid for by the
tog of the lodge was adjourned at an tJ
steward. The following is the menu : .....II..III.I..I.I..ft flt............
early hour in order that the InitiationBOOKS Her best was at the base of the gateway -
ceremonies: and banquetS might take he prepared: Fresh roast pork cabbage i DIAMONDS WATCHES 5 ;1 : 'I
tower 'and while she had to ,
place. gone ,
mashed potatoes, rutabegas, ,
[ :: : ; : stewed, spare ribs, celery, pickles, find food for her young brood a strange CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSB 3. i'';!9] ;:
The British Cult'Of mince pie, pound cake apples, nuts beast covered with sharp needles had .I'
Thinness.The o cranberry sauce. and coffee.THERE'S invaded her home, killed the nestlings C STERLING SILVERWARE, | .::

SOeclaltoThe JournaLBeutah and now held possession. of the little GOODS.,1 : .
English princess who is now NOT. 29.-This morning NO USE dwelling. Would Caesar grant her Justice ART :
Here. are some samples!! of my books Queen Maud of Norway, exemplifies dawneo\ ? clear with a temperature of talking you can't beat Herbine for ? CUT GLASSWARE |' i;. r.

In sets.acauley.. Dickens, A Conan Doyle, the British cult of thinness, which 48, which makes Ideal weather either the liver. The greatest regulaterever The emperor fare orders for the porcupine '
Verne fl\ volumes to ech set, uniform now creeps .westward to the consternation for work or play. offered to suffering humanity. to be slain and the mother to be .;. ,;1' J
doth binding, V per eft -' 1 of fat American dames. Queen The cane that was supposed to be If you suffer from liver complaint, i. '
restored her desolate nest '
to Night
14 Gibbons'per set.Cooper's. Roman Empire, five volumes, i.Naud is willowy, to a degree and her so badly frozen as to be unfit for seedIs are billions and fretful, it's your fell, and the sleeping world had forgotten Engraving. and Fine Stationery. ;-' C
Sea Tales, five volumes, }4.60 swan like throat actually merits the showing, under the recent warm liver, and Herbine will put it in its <
per set term. The unlucky young duchess: of weather, a large per cent of sound proper condition. A positive cure for the' emperor's' kindly deed but
Cooper's Leather. Stocking Tales, five Malborough, she who divides the score eyes, and if proper care Is used. ConsU aUon. Billiousness Dyspepsia. with the early dawn a great serpent t '

vtmmes.Thackeray}4.60, teji per volumes.set. $11 per set. I. of matrimonial infelicity with poor enough for seed next spring can be and all ills due to a torpid liver. Trya glided into the palace, up the steps and Mail Orders,Receive Prompt Attention. I iS'i

Scott, ten chimes, $11 per set. Anna Gould, is so far English that she secured. bottle and you will never use anything Into the royal chamber and laid upon .
Dickens fitters volumes, $11 per set. can wear upon her slender throat a Our mail route Is now on a firm else. Sold by all druggists.: each of the 'emperor'* closed eyelids a '
Temple Shakespeare forty volumes, full collar of gorgeous Vanderbilt, jewels foundation. :Xr. Wider, our efficient gleaming topaz. : t
Sup Traveling leather book S2t per agents set. cannot compete five inches deep.:, Do not grieve fair carrier, says he handled over four THE FIRST DIRECTORY. When the Emperor Theodosius awoke E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. ; i

vttx the above figures. I have these reader, though you may never achievethe thousand pieces of mail matter last he was no longer blind for the mother ,, ,
YI'U in other editions some cheaper and five inches nor the Jewels you mayso month.' MOBILE AlA
'aatac Old. Tine ISew'York B ti* snake had paid her debt of gratitude. ja4te
Nm dearer exercise your :plump, short throat Mr W. A. Shelby started his saw fleas and Social A4dft"In JHHE*.MHH..MHDEPOT .I..I.......... J..I..........: S
that an inch is'added in length, and mill Monday morning; and'will run until the first directory of New York ,
to be strictly in the fashion, every all of the timber blown down by = t;
HARRY T. HOWLAND, ounce of fat removed any beauty doctor the big storm In this neighborhood is aty which VMS issued in 17SC there THE DOCTORS AGREE. OFFICE.

will tell you how-just the stretch cut into lumber, then he will move fur- are some peculiar and quaint entries.For Two Agree on the LOAN i >*
Manager De Luna Book Store, instance In those days it was not PhyslclansBoth
and the downward press upon jour ther west, where he has another large Scientific Dandruff Treat
Da Luna St. Phone 1491. two\ or three double chins then the contract. uncommon for medical practitioners to New ment. All kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks,

brisk way turning. until you can Owing to the small attendance at sell drugs as is shown by the following Dr. .. M. Powell, of Spokane Wash., Guns Pistols., Highest price paid for old\ gold Money
use garters'as a correct color schemeI Sunday school for the last month, the address, "Samuel Bredhnrst physicianand has given good sat- ,
pays: "Herplcide ; '
for that is the measure saith inexorable superintendent announced last Sun. apothecary W Queen(now Pearl) isfactlon In my family for dandruff. loaned on personal property. \Ve handle all kinds of,,

vogue.' day that unless greater interest is street" Dr. W. G. Alban of Walla Walla, Jewelry both new and second-hand. Don't forget. '
["The Best is What We Sell" I )'shown by the patrons that the school Clergymen of that period were exceedlngly Wash., says: "I find Herplcide al ,
'J. T. Mackey'who for the past eleven would hare to close for the winter. THE WATCHl m
precise regarding their titles. that is claimed for it as a dandruff 1 C Plomont

MAKE A NOISE LIKE the months L. &:. N.has, has been'resigned in the his employ position of Mr.Muscogee Paul Shelby, were and the George guests of Garrettof rela Thus, "Abraham Bache, reverend of cure.- I .shall 'prescribe It" Dandruff J. t, 105 East Wright Streit. 4
is disease and can't it
England, 29! Smith a germ :you cure --4_
accepted position as bookkeeperfor Cie Church of'
and a ,tires and friends of Beulah last Sunday -
unless kill the dandruff and
*ld' & Co "Joze Phelan, clergymanof you germ; r-
An OrderHello W. S. Garfi j street, and
I you can't do that unless you use New
I Mobile Reglsterr Nr. .M. Sheehan,'I D: W.' Bowman and wife, accotaa the Church of Rome, 1 Beekman bro's Herpicide, the only preparationin
nied by Miss Florence Thatcher were street. :
Central Giveme of Century Fla., was in the city yesterday the guests of Arthur Spare and fam tailor, of :5 Broadway. the' world" that destroys the parasites -
shaking hands with his many Leon Rogers A delightful hair dressing; allays Fine Feathers Make Fine Birds
391. Hello is that friends. illy last Sunday. was described as a "breeches makerrJohn itching instantly; makes hair
j'j' Alcock Hurst who has spent the Bean GO Broadway: as -surgeonand ftlogsy 'and soft as silk. It is a sure

!{enau! & Gereld's? Miss Emma: Toulinln 'Reid, of Birrnlngham summer on Mississippi and Alabama, tooth puller;" S. Crygier, 69 Cherry dandruff destroyer. Sold by W. A.D'Alemberi'drnggIst When your prescription is delivered to you .

y>. cs ma'am.Have .:who ,has been,the able eo- is at home for a visit with friends and street "punch and porter house." Jo and apothecary, .
relatives.Mr. neatly labeled in good readable writing wrap- [
cicty editor ot the Age-Herald for a 132 Queen street "Quaker 121 South Palafox street Send lOc ,
you gQt in your number of years,..has resigned her Long, of the Star Turpentine Deleplane of D. IWcbcocX. 89 Queen in stamps for sample I to The Herpicide ped in a secure, tidy way, you at once get the j'
position and will be married on the Co., is still a very sick man, but was speaker; Co., Detroit, Micft. '
flew ,rock of "house carpenter and underta from the looks of the outside that :
19 of December :Miss Annie Reid, her slightly better yesterday. His motheris atrect street, impression
KOSHER SAUSAGE? sister will have full charge of the here taking care of him. err John Ilogland. 95 Queen the inside is all right.
Mr. A. J. wiLt his usual. Henry H. Kip 25 King
social column of the Age-Herald In the gen "fiddler, ; '
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Y{,,,, ma'am. future. I erosity, gave the young folks a candy street, "inspector of pot and pearl You can be pretty sure that when we display '
pull last Saturday evening. There Mtchle, 7 Garden street
\\ hat kind have you? Santa Rosa Star:, Mrs: J. G. Jov- was a large. crowd on hand to enjoy "starch ashes" and John hair powder maker; Sam- i CAFE ; so much care with the outside, that we take extra y ,
ner, of Pensacola, is, her sisters the fun which they did to the limit, street.
\\ visiting Webb. 29 Lower Dock precautions to make the inside all right. We t
have uel B.
c -In law.' the ,' and .
Misses pulling
Joyner. at Bag- playing games candy.FE1 ,
Fresh Salmon.25C Ib dad, this week. j jPlorala "gentleman. there were agrwaiany I i NONPAREIL i will send after your prescriptions and. send .
resh CerveUt.20c I Ib -* ------- 'm TUOse days too 1
Ring' Bologna..........160 I Itlnk Ib news: Master WillIam "gentlewomen" and a few "wash them back to you. y ,
| Bologna...15c Ib ad
........15C I Ib Ray of Pensacola. Fla, Is visiting his women&ll teachers were then '
J-arg Bologna. i We have filled .
Wienerwurst.15c Ib grandparents on Fifth street i I dressed either as "schoolmasters" o? 8TO57T F T i SJmt upstair Let us your prescriptions. ,
Smoked Tengut....*5c Ib I The retail dealerson two hundred thousand since we have been '
We Have Also the.Beef Fat. Just what you _want-Blue Ribbon "schoolmistresses. and Queen Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. over '
I-.b I Pail. Lemon and Vanilla. Broadway and Wall in business.
Absolutely .
Pall .,.. "shopkeep
.75CA1J themselvet
'OUR :
go twice as far and the "Blue Ribbon streets: called i SPECIALTIES: 5 ." _
"tavern keep-
right, I'll come by Flavor" is perfection.' I ers" the hotel men were I Business Men's. Dinner, 12 to jji;
I Coffee Drinkers 'era["_ and the policemen were Vatcn- :.ao5Gesets.N .-- -
ana get some. Goodbye. | PETER PAN PURSES 1 I raen.-Kew York Post .. Theatre parties. regular board. II W. A. 15'Alemberte-
DONT FORGET THE PLACERosenau&Gerelds- at.C.. V. fl'ompson's.aPalaf; x St.. now welt, useiPOSTU.M $ ; ere and Meal Tickets. Ii

!The"most convenient,and safest purse. A 8.1t.1o..Bo.Ie. i ..J'HONE..t530. I
for ladies .us hlIeshopping'or on .
Customer (hesitatingly suppose- The neatest cleanest and beat ff and Apothecary
the streets.. : \ Druggist
I II I er-you have'some-er-suitable books II! place in town in which to,get your I :. ;
THE FANCY GROCERS. I The, celebrated Ftencn drip coffee I.for a man-er-baut to 'be married }I .me&1s.Co one.e: we-wd trust you to r.I 121 SOUTH PALAFdX STREET; PHONE 109 : : ::
1 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. Jackson Square. ,Na premiums. Sold THERE'S A REASON" I BooJoeller-CerUlaly, sir, coma & abw
strictly on its merit:" Ask. for It at'i .. I $ thIs' gentleman some of-our a c- r-hti..: '
.. Phone : : :: :r u {
391 your grocers. I I count books, largest size. _.... '

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; :....O. .. ...............'.....*... ................ I LOTS ON EASY TERMS.ABOUT :' .. LOUISVILLE '& NASHViLlE RAILROAD 'COMPANY.Through .

: ; Local Time Table Between Pensacola and Points Nor .
and .

; I CASH AND $1.00 PER WEEK. NO SAFE? Trains Non Trains NIL

i I HOSpznIllSSam Lv..............w/.Pensacola.-.A.r 6Wa..m; f "''J ;i
FOR SALE f YOU CAN DOUBLE A LITTLE G:30gxI S:2"Pm'" Ar.-............i.Montgomery..Lv 9:35pnl '
PROPERTY MONEY IN THESE LOTS AND YOU will 11:4sardl 9:10pm. Ar....;..:..+:....:Elrmingham.-.R-----------V 4:: 1J) a.1
WILL NEVER MISS THE MONEY YOU In case of fire what Residences, invest- 15pm'_ ....;............. .................. 8:4ihln :: .:0411:at1.3'iam

become of savings? houses 8:00pm Lv.-........... ..............;._.. 8:1'1)); :
PUT INTO business
i % your ments, 1:25am 8.15am Ar..E""a.n .................. i 3OOam !<"
One-story dwelling on West Government street, near DeVJIIIers- St $ 950.00 : In case of fire you can lots in fact:: everything 'l:40am_ 2:10pm .................. :_ ;....;............ 8:4 1pm5! ; Nja7:5Opml :>::

One.story dwelling on Spring street near Romana, with lot 40 feet $1600 ; ; Lv.................. .......,........... 3Uam
front ............................................................... 3600.00 BUYS A S.ROOM'COTTAGE ON EAST readily see how the econ- in the line"of 2:10am.: 8.30a: ....................... !................. \1.45arn: 9.911)1 Z-is:
all .__..._........
4 Block of ground; well situated and containing 21 dwellings, new 70am112:0On Ar------.Cthcinnati. Lv _11.00pm &;' ;
.... .. JACKSON STREET, $300 CASH. BET. of be destroyed -ln!
and rented, rent at $1500 per annum if sold at once .!... 11500.00 i omy years may -
'on .the West end,.with good Improvements, rentingat TER SEE IT. minu i BETWEEN PENSACOLA MOBILE AND NEVi ORLEANS.
Desirable corner
$450 per annum ..........................................:....... 3300.00 : in a -fEW; .: REAl'ESTATE C&1 2&2 4&1 3&21&4
550 two
S -Buy on Rant Garden II htiI

I Splendid Investment on Baylen street.....,...near.....,Government............, 6850.00 street renting for J95 per year. tes. 7:00am 11:05pm: 11:55am Lv..Pensacola..Az D.ocam4O iZ'nli
at $740 per annum. : I
now renting Stop and figure it up and will 10:46am\ 2:55am 4:1pm Ar...._.... .Mobile..:........Lv (12:40am 11:55 pml :.= tll
Desirable piece of property on lntend nela street, near Palafox .. 635000' find that this property Jof.zt per We have the customers 1:00pm 1:15am 8:15pm Ar........ NewOrleans..Lv: .:bpm.. .. .... !I. ..
Store with good dwelling attached. upon large corner lot, on the i : J150 cash. balance, S. r$17S0Buyi YOU CAN'TAFFORD .
t West End. splendid business location ............................ 2650.00 and need the property FLOMATON. PENSACOLftW RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILL -=

Seven ness desirable center lots on....the.....corner.. fronting........'the....bay....,.near. ....the. ..busl-.... 3500.00 i east end.<4< good renting renting for houses$%15 a in year.the Not to protect it with to supply. the de I Daily- 21 I_Daily 5 I Dally 1 IDaily I S 'I" Trains where do no not time stop Is at shown stations '1 2 I .. I .
DaUy! DaIly Dallyl
eir.Ii; ; ; Nh;; ; 'I This pays 15 per cent. $500 cash D&IJ:
: Ten lots on corner of Baylen street, splendid I Invest- reliable ......
A men ............... .................... .. ,........ ... 180000 and balance at 8 per cent. fire insurance in a mand. If you have any- ...... 5.00 4:55: 2:30 2:35: %2.1.01:: :1 Lv..........>
We can rent or sell;;:: number of houses ;; 4 ;::,;,1 upwards:at once, as ii : .company. Phoneus thing to sell, list it withus ...... 5:07 2:41 '3:06. ..........Bluff Springs .......... ...U:33. 1:15 1 8:15.:hli.."..'.".
have a great demand for them. .....; 6:11 2.51 .30. ...McDavld ............ 12:29 1:05 S'fl8 ..
we Vacant lots also handled by us advantage. about the matter or for quick sale and sat- ...... G:30 3:04 .3:36..Pine.. Barren........... .1:0:1: 1:2\: i'55': '....".
i We insure property at lowest rates.' .i E. -( ...... 5:39 3:133.50. ..............MoIlno ............. .11:59 1:43 7:4.: .
LESLIE BROOKSReal call or write isfactory results. ...... .5:13.- .4:94. .-..Quintette............ .11:61.12:34 .1'3!."..".".
r .,.... -5:53:26: : -4:11 ...........COttage Hill......... 11:44.u: .1:34': '
: ...... -5:57 39 .4:15 ..........Cantonement.......... : 1:26 7:3l!".." "
i Estate ...... '1:01 ..3:344:%% .............GonWes............ ; ,'12:21 :% .". ...
-.-, ...... .4:03: '3:36 ..:%6 '.............Roberts.............. .11:33 .12:1) '7:24: ....
I I HOOTON & WATSON i ...... .S:15 .,:45 .4:40. ..............Olive.............. ..11:%% .1:09 .fl .""
and Insurance. L S. BROWN & CO. ....... .':%1 .3:51 '4:48: ......Brent.............. '12:04 .7- I".........
; I ...... St5: '3:54 .4:52. --- Goulding ............ .. : '1:01 o i.
THE RENTAL AGENTS,' i ....... ':30 4:0 5:00- Ar......... -Pensacola..Lv t 11:05 11:55 ;:00:;:::::.
Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. McDAVlD-HYER ,

: Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, i AND INSURANCE, ; 1 I f I f L.r"::

'\ Agents New York Phone No. 918 I 1:00. Lv..Pensacola..Ar ;: ...... ......
; : Ufe Tbiesen Bldg. S .. 7:13 ............Bohemla.,........... .. ......i...... IllS:
37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. Insurancs Company. S 1:15 ..... .....Gun .... .10 i : ...
: For Se 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., ......;. ........_... Point.10:33./ ........ ):5S
_................................................ Phone 700. Pensacola Fla. S 3:00..i: : 1:18: ...........Escambla............ .:10:8,. .....1.;...::::'r.lO'SO:

I = S : 7:25 .. ............Mulat............. .. .............. .j.16t-
C : : .. ...... ... ............ ..... ..... : /:
S 1 : .. 7:3: ;;;. ........Galt. City............ ... ..............1.10 .:
HELP WANTED.'A'I."TEDEvet7 WANTED. ._ I SALE 6:57..i: 'I.". .. ....1rl1Jton............. .10.0;;) ...... ....... !1
FOR C : ...... ............Good Range........... ....... ...... ......;.10f::4.
I confectioner In town WANTED-Every 'girl who drives to try $3000 S :g ...... ....... 8:15: .. ..............Holts.............. ............./......'. "::1.,
S ...... ..... 8.30t .............MWlgan.............. .. '
ti sell CHICLETS. IHIOnENice 6:35................, '::3 .....:......Crestvlew............ : ......( ,.5"3..
.- salesman WANTED TO REVT A large house for 212 West Wright street : ....'... ..... 11:51 Land. .......... .... ...... :::::: .
.to ED-Y01Ui man as city = $85 ....... ..... 9:10. ...........Mossy Head.......... ) : -a'9:
Ore acquainted with manufacturing close in. Will lease it if terms are de : ............. ..... 8:33."s. ..
a desirable 8-room and .9:16 ,9:35. .DeFunlak lprIDgs....... \ ::::: ,:
trade ajid 'not afraid. of work. Address 29nov4t sirable. Address Mrs. A., M.. Care Journat. 27nov very per lot gets ten lots % block of New.City .............. : !. ........ ..Argyle............. 1:44..............!. C:-4
p. V Box 712 City hall residence with large lot. property. None better as an investment. ............ ': .' ...........1"once DeLeon......... !.
WANTED 5-rom and hall cot- : .............10:10: ............Westv1lle............ 7:39/.1.\./ \ C.Ct.::..
WANTF.D AT ONCE-Two or three -Some one of means who will ...... ..... :
10:15 ............Camtlle........._. 7.s '
g.m.l glaztoe. Apply In person. Saunders care for and educate' bright boy. 14 new nicely finished $550buys .......'''r''.10:30: ..............Bonlfay............ 1:5" ......'...... 1:4
Mill Co.. Brent road. 28novlwTHK Mrs.years Win.old.' Apply President.Pearl Eagan Home.ISnov or tage, two three-room cottages renting for ............. 10.47: .. .............Ch pley............. 5:37...... /..... f::s
: Fisher. $4500 ; large front and back gallery; $8.00 per month. This as an investment .............. IOli8 ...... ..Aycock.... .... .17... ............1/ 4 '
DeFITNIAK HERALD wants a I. ....... ...... .......... .
will net 15 cent. 9:30. 11:01 .COttondale........... &:Iti'...... ......
printer. Good pay and light work. WANTED-Position as stenographer or For new twostoryroom house with closets throL0hout house over per ...... ....... .11:2: ............Marianna............ ..: ............. 4 3 ::-::4,-,
assistant bookkeeper and general office ...... ...... .11:40 .. .Cypress............. ...... ......
work, by young lady of experience. Address two halls and two large galleries; an $1500for ...... ...... ., ..........Grand 3 1
city water lot 50 by 1375.4 .11:62. .Rldge..S : ....... ...... 3
A'I."TED-No. 1 cook for bridge campat B. C-, Care Journal. novlSlt artistic up-to-date horn, with all modern ; ..... .. ..... .. 5:3S.. 7
: ... 1:02: ...........Sneads............. .............. .n
improvements situated line six-room home In most desirable
Ad- a -
South Escambia. salary $40. high the oa car at on on the corner two blocks pretty location in East ............... 1.15 .......Rlver Junction......... : ................ :.,,)
Mulat. Fla. 26nov$t point overlooking bay, south- city en Hill near .
J. C. Maxwell. LADY
firei WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. Florida tion in or Pensacola South stenographer Alabama.or anywhere, uishes West posi- west street.corner of 16th avenue and Jackson- ,,from car line, nice neighbor- car line. .:A _.................. PM 7:40_ Ar ....Jacksonville.... Lv ..I AJ.I'9:031.' .......I........I P11 4 'hl

The well known :Molar system of. colleges Address.:M. E. C, Care Journal. 17nov i i hood. Be sure and look at Trains 21 and U and'trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between Pensa.
located in :2 leading cities. offer cola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
eUady practice. careful instructions. CONKEY'S,celebrated Roup Cur' Chol-
this if
tool1- diplomas and positions. Few weeks era cure. lice and mite killer as wellas Money to loan. at lowest. market rate you want a home, C. YAEQER .Trains stop on signaL
i-omplctes Money earned from start an unexcelled Egg Producer. All of interest. $ ,450.00I
Write for catalogue. Molar Barber College guaranteed, and a splendid grade of Mortgages on real estate in this elt,. .
New Orleans, La. 34nov6t wheat that will make your fowls: lay. F. bought and sold. -.I .
S. Mellen & Co., Pensacola. Fla. Phone I 200 Thiesen Legal Advertisements.NOTICE .
cook In All of the Maxent Tract west ofU' | Building.
WANTED once man or S34 7nov DIRECTORY
boarding house for 13 to 14 boarders. street now for sale. !j -, Phone 686.
: )Appl at one to Mrs. 11. L. .Byrd. Pax- 'WANTED-Position as saw filer fr superintendent J. W. Bullock Jr. OF SALE.
f ton. Fla., 34novlinWANTED or: mill foreman. by a Please take notice that I. F. Massa
f competent man. References furnished. I I master of the Italian ship Trojan" of PROFESSIONAL.
! -Good house girt Apply 229North Address J. W. Lasseter. Andalusia Ala. '1 FOR SALE.FOR 1624 register ton*. remetaled in 1905 in
Spring street <8noyWANTED 6 no vim Fisher Real Estate Agency Real Estate and Mortgage Loans the interest of whom it may concern, on
, Room 302 Brent Building. Wednesday, the IStb day of December
AT ONCE-A good cook at WANTED-To rent 'a house on North SALE Two tickets north; good to 1906 at 12 o'clock, noon, in front of the W. B. BARTON,
: 18 East .right street, 20nov Hill with 6 or 7 rooms, will lease for COLLECTION OF RENTS Mouse December 8. 1542.Apply to Clutter Music Mobile custom house, will sell at public
or phone hlnovht'FOR
one year from date of December. Address Phone 637 outcry to the highest bidder for cash Attorney At Law.
\ Pensacola Investment Co. :2nov2tWANTE1 SPECIALTY. the ship""Trojan," with all spars, tackles, Offices
BOARD AND ROOMS. SALE-Three-year-old Jersey cow appurtenances as she now lies on the -Fisher Building. Palsies tree
>-All kinds beer bottles. I pay Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. and heifer calf. Can be seen at IllS E. west bank of Mobile river above One- Will practice In all the state and Cilb;
States '
15c C,,ien. I h&nolC all trading brandsof FOR SALE. Strong street. 2Snovlw Mile creek. F, MASSA.. Courts.. Twenty.three years n.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. wint beers ana WhiSKIes, and still G. IVULJCH. Master. penence.T.
. wlUi, or without board. Table board. manufacture that well-established corgh 1 I Consular Agent of Italy.
Phone, gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarrasxna' FOR SALE-Pine six-room co FOR SALE-I second-hand safe 1 roll- Mobile Ala-. November 28, 1906.
27nov and Government SU. lloct : ;1; East Hill; fine neighborhood tea top .desk and 1 dray an In good condition YATES, M. D.
H. DeBroux '
Apply Warring- "
dry. House on two corner lots. Trees in
BOOMS-Two furnished front rooms. WANTED-At'once a four or five-room All modern conveniences. House ton, Fla. 28novlw. AN ORDINANCE. Optician/
suitable for light housekeeping Use cottage. Must be close in and In good UNLIMITED amount money to loan on yard. Will sell cheap or exchange for To Be Entitled an ordinance to grant to
of and bath. Apply 822 East neighborhood. Address 123. Care .lour- kinds personal property on short new. J. E. Taylor, Ms' heirs and assigns
phone nj
oadsden. Phone 897. % nal. .. Terms easy Get my rates beforegoing property near in town. .Address. Mrs. A. FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East the right to construct a spur track 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty
or novFUIU"ISHED 25sept .
elsewhere. Star Loan Co., 116)4 :M, Care Journal.. 26nov Jackson street, $1600. Apply to G. A. across Garden street in the City. of Pen
ROOMS for rent at J12 TAILORING !. Diamond Tailor South Palafox. 4novlm Dohlstrom, 1012 East Jackson street, or sacola, Florida. years' experience as an Eye

West Gregory street. ISnovlm Gent clothing cleaned. pressed and repaired PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The 818 South Palafox. 27novlm. -.... Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Board Specialist. Examination free..
short notice. 11 $5000.00[ to loan on good security. Pensa of of
on No. % West Journal magnificently illustrated or Aldermen the City Pensacola.
FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room. Government St., Pensacola. Fla. cola Investment Company. 30oct magazine containing scoria ef views of FOR SALE-Small Iron saf!. Price '$20:' Section 1. That J. E. Taylor his heirs OOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOO'I.
southern exposure second floor. Corner I I the city and harbor. ,For sale "t all Fisher Furniture House, 128-140 East and assigns! be and are hereby grantedthe
: 10th avenue and 12th street near East WANTED-A. R. BIngham' wants your MONET LOANED on real' estate 'and book stores or at The Journal. office. By Intendencia street. 23nov privilege and right to build and construct L. PHILLIPS, Ph. M.
Hill *ar line llnov moving and hauling. Ha guarantees personal property on short notice. mail 20 cents. lists a spur track for the purpose of .
all breakage. Phone 630. Terms easy J. W. Bullard. 28& South baring transported thereon and there- Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN .
FOR RENT-Rooms. with or without Palafox St. Phone 1144. .. FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies over cars moved by steam or other loco I and $URG ON.
, board. Men vnl,.. Apply 17 West La- WANTED-The Merchants Iranafer Co. FOR SALE= Lar? furniture wagon and and wagons. If you want a bar- motives tram a point on the north line I.
; Rua St. 7novlm wants your mtinand hauling. All harness in g breakage gup-nteed-. B. Thorson I[ CAN LEND TOUR MONEY at eight niture house. 138 and 140 East Intendencia call or write W. E.. TaYlor. Chip seventy-six (27$) feet from thenortleut Hours! 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 6 p. m.
If have
Proprietc Phone 978. per cent. you any that you street. 9novFO1 Fla.
; THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS suitable ley, SSnovlm
want interest on, see me about it. It corner of Tarragona street and Phone 65. '"
, for light housekeeping, with privilege A1Io"rED-AU klads of electrical work.I will be absolutely safe on real estate Garden street, southeasterly to a point QOOOOOOOOOCOOOO_ ) > *?J> 0 0? ftgJLi
of bath. Apply :::West
iJelmont28oct- sell all kinds of ,electrical batteries security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phoae 42.MONEY S U- -Half-Interest In one of the FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen I on the south line of said Garden street,
and other electrical I supplies. When youneed best furniture houses in South Alabama. & Sons piano in handsome rosewood which Is one hundred and fifty-ffte (155)
me ring 2ii c- 9o5 E W. Peake. Reason for selling to devote more time case. A bargain. Pianoan ITe- seen feet from the east line of Manresa street. Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Elount
FOR RENT-Newly furnished front room New Star Laundry Bldg. E. Garden. TO LOAN-Everybody borrows to other interests. Can on or address W. by calling at the Kandy lUt<"ben.- Soct. Sec. 2. The track of said spur shall AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
Jno. Hall
from A. & *
in family. southern Co. 14 I
"r private exposure: money ;, S. Sheppard. Florala Alallnovlm be so laid and maintained as to permit
desirable neighborhood and business I E. Government St. When In need call _
. near .
Al\"TED-8econd.hand sacks of all descriptions vehicles to pass across the same at any Architects
r. renter. U;:;. of bath. gas aDo1'phone.. on us. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-25,000
: Apply to 423 West Gregory or phone 12a8. wanted.if in If out of town. ship. FOR S1LE room house good location brick, one 25-horse power engine, 100 I point on Garden street except tat allotted 312.314 Brent Bldg., 43 Motes B SiPensacoia ..
them to us!; town. ring us up at No. best water In the city A bargain. Apply I sidewalks. and said graitte his
: 28octlmFURNISHED 2)4 or bring them to us at corner (If MONETXLOANED on all kinds of per- 9th avenue and 16th'street. ISnovlm- feet 1-inch pipe. sawmilL This engine Address jus. tae heirs and assigns, shall keep the space Fla. Montgomery AU
r: Chase and Alcanii Sts. .F. S. Mellen & sonal property on short notice. Terms thinr for a small Box I between the rails of said spur track, and
W. Chase street.ROOM: for rent Apply 201 Co. 2Sjuiy! easy. J, B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romana. 103. Pensacola, Fla. Sloctlm for eighteen (IS) inches on each Bide WM. A. BORMANS: ,
Phone H6 Ifeb FOR SALE-ill acres excellent pineappleand I thereof in as good repair and condition;
orange land on- Jupiter river, excellent I FOR SALE-Light, fine healthy country- and of the same material as the street Architect and Superintendent
market, close ti railroad, three I raised turkeys worth J2.60, but let goat and sidewalk on each side thereof shall
r MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS UNLIMITED amount of money to loan miles from ocean; some improvements) ; 1185 each. Apply to Nettle Oliver. be. kept and maintained by the city of Office-305 Brent Building
PERSONAL. 911 all kinds of personal property. Spcial A'-' healthy locality. Address J. E. Ben ef eld, Mollno Fla. I7nov2w Pensacola. If at any time tile portion of Phone g2J. Pens.tcol.t. Hi

:' rates to business men on large Aycock. Fla $nov I' said street adjacent to said track. shall _I
AND FURNITUREMattreSSes New York Loan -------------- -
rHT 5ICTANS loans. The Co.. 2044,
find that CHICLETS allay FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half blockin be paved the said grantee, his heirs and
thirst In fever cases. vated; new made ticks to furnished.order and also New reno-and South Palafox. FOR SALE-\t a bargain paying Furniture New CIty. near Bay View park, will assigns, shall also pave between the said SECRET SOCIETIES.:
second-hand furniture. modern business at 138 East Intendenciastreet. I exchange for cottage or sell cheap if rails and eighteen inches on each side
or antique -
bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing Address: Box 325 City., 8nov i taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley 1308 E. th thereof. same with manner the same that the material and in i PENSACOLA LODGE. NU i.

LOST. Co., 114 East Belmont street. FOR SALE.FOR I Strong. ZlnovlnT street shall be paved add rest shall of said Pen .cola Lodge No. 3, K. of f
; in all
Phone 771. 24nov FOR SALE-Six-ton schooner, 36 feet other meets every Monday evening a' 7 *
over all. 11 feet beam. round bottom. I FOR SALE-Strawberry plants. Ber- respects conform to and obey the 'o'clock at their temporary Cas"H; ) 'I
IOs>T-Ladles' fur either on Palafox between MISS LEILA REE:" E has fresh cut flow- SALE-$25.00 cash for Remington copper fastened. tight and in good condition muda grass for lawns and California police regulations of of said city in the I ever Pou's stable. West Intendc.I '. !a ::'L
Cha.seand Gregory or on Gregory ers on hand. Orders. taken for special Typewriter in first-class writing order; with good sail and gear. A bargain. J pri>its for hedging, by Thos. Mc fman. operation Sec. 3. Said said track track.shall I Visiting brethren cordially weon! ,'iE
tx'tween PalafoT and Spring' Suit- occasions. Phone_ 2S2. ISnovlm reason for selling! have no use for same King & Runyan. 4nov i Brent Fla 25nov for the storage of not be used I H. DEVNVRD c C.
able reward for return to Mrs. B. R. here. Address "B." Care Journal I sidewalks ears nor shall the I IL HORSLER, K. of R. t S
\ 1kovskI500 West Gregory bt. 3onovltfiTLock WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We 2lnovlm FOR SALE-One fine wall Case. 25 feet FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near be obstructed thereby except I --
_ are now in cur new quarters 214 E. long 8 feet high with ribbon case 10 city Part heavily timbered; part during passage thereover. DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
] from watch fob. engraved Intendencia entrance also at 213 Romana. feet long. ,separate. Will make fine display -.I cleared Call phone 285; or address" 1102 fcec. 4. Said track shall be completed I I Naomi Lodge. No. 10: Ba.r5 "J
". ( M. Reward for return to 29 E. and prepared,to do everything in wagon FOR SALE-A pottery works with'steam case for any Kind of merchandise. East Gadsden. ISnovlra within one tl) year from the passage of I Rebecca, meets every Mond' .,.CI)* *
Cerdn street, or1 12 East Gadsden and carriage building and repairing. E. engine. steam drying room moulds. Apply. to E. L. Reese. 11 North Palafox. this ordinance. 8 o'clock- L O. O. F. ba, .: "lns
Mr '{t. 20nov L. Herring-Phone 923; City. 14oct and everything complete for carrying on SOnovlm FOR SALE and Immediate delivery. one Sec. 5. That all the rights, privileges sisters cordially invited to be ,.- *'ltMRS
__ ___ business. together with the finest bed of ,and franchises herein
m automatic tandem compound center granted shall J T. PULLI.:M' N. --- ------ clay in Escambia county. Located I tinue for con-I '
> MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick pottery FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed crank steam engine of about'130 horsepower the term of thirty(30) MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE.-
I furnished if desired.. Guaranteed. Car. right in the city.Apply to or address Pointer Puppies $10 and $15. Signed. and two return tubular boilers, 72 from the date of the adoption of this _
FOUND. ,pet taken up and matting laid. Leave R- P. Reese. ISseptf Bagdad Kennels Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm inches diameter by 16 feet long For full ordinance unless sooner forfeited. .1 RATHBONE LODGE NO 39
orders at \Vatson. Parker Reese Co.'s. particulars apply Stone & Webster En:. Passed November 14. 1806.Approved Rathbone Lodg No. JO Krlght MPythias
; J"OtTXo-An opportunity to buy CHIC- Wesley Duncan. 7sep FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timber FOR SALE OR 1'RADE-Seven H P. Corporation. Box 830, Pensacola. Hnov November 15- 1904. meets every% Tnureda sight it
LUTS in all the better kind of stores. land, 12,500 saw mill timber and saw wood mill, complete order. Will cut Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS Castle Hall. Members of sister; IOOK '
.. J. H. PORTER sailmaker 71$ South mill, 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several twenty cords of wood per day; terms to FOR SALE-Forty acres land well timbered C. E. MERRITT; Mayor. and visiting brethren cordial tnrtedte
GRAY HORSE. white spot In forehead> Palafox street., Orders taken for tents good farms and town properties. right party or. will trade for stock or good house 1& miles east of City Clerk. nov30oaw4wLANARK attend. J. M ROPbR.; C. C
and left hind leg -whit Ownercan awnings campstools and house l cots Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chipley Fla.23sept. other property. Address J. A. Donalson. Olive* Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O Co J. LEVEY. K R. & S
etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan DeFunlak Springs, Fla. 23nov2w Box 164. City. 9novlm __
have same by paying for this ad. Myrtle "
M. E B. .A. No. 81. meets first *+
tiro\e Poultry Farm. Myrtle Grove. his.hifloviws.
SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzie Ovtlng 7:30 r.
third evenings ai p.
.:! Wednesday
& Co. wholesale and ,retail ship crand Raftord Hall. No. 10, West Intendencilstreet
lers and grocers. Only first-class nous FELL. Pr *
A. G
;-, _- I of kind In city. Fair prices to alL WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. On the Gulf of Mexicb. J. L. SWEENEY. Secv__ _-

lie Mlms Proprietor. Furniture repairing Hunting and thing Mason now on. Pensacola Lodge. No. 4. L O 0. .r.
LOCKHART HOTEL Lockhart,. Ala, of Jllf kinds carpets laid, furniture Oyster beds within easy reach. meets every Thursday evening at 34

attentlon to place to spend of the B. R7 WIT )VSKY, :i. G
Special traveling part winter months.LANARK .
H. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet sell rent exchange or wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the A. KERLE. Secretary
Pt-cial rates to weekly boarders. J. Iron Worker cornice work and sky- _. .._ ._. .__ ._

Rodgers.ProP.--- 28noy lights a specialty,' roofing guttering and work. INN. W. W .
repairing 109 East Government. opera Ok' L W. O U".
BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlaK Springs. Under new management, modern and Live Oak Camp
Good beds. airy rooms elegant meals:' house building.! Phone. .$60. Residence well kept; will afford special 1 attention to meets In Pythian lieU the 1st and Srf
free bath and sample rooms. Special phone 1316. hunting and fishing parties. Wednesdays In each month.E. VI&tHSlvereign. ;
attention to traveling men.. Rates $2.00 .' cordially lv1ted.F. '
per day. J. R. Brown. Prop. I Reached by the Georgia Florida & A. BOG1UCU. c. C

HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the > Tourist rates now In effect. -
year. Ames'ican and ,European plan. --
Special summer rates.' First-class in from Skinner's mill, bay For hotel accommodation
.write LAN.
every re peot. Pleasant and conven horse 'with cropped taiL Finder wlll I ARK INN, Lanark Fla. Pensacola. St. Andrews and
lent Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop.. P nsa- please return. to' Robinsons Livery '<

.;: cola. ,Fla. 15apr Stable. SOnovlw For schedules railroad rates etc.. write Gulf Steamship Co.

1 BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European -1; ..... J. H.Gln.-WILLIAMS Pass. Rgent STEAMER' TARPON., Matter,
plan: Rooms light and clean. I \ LABA' A -n
alnb,=,dg., Ga. FIRST. PASSENGER
Transient trade solicited. 6T5-57J. South COLORED, LODGE. FREIGHT SERVICE.

,- Palafox. Jos. S. Mcolau., Prop.FORRENT. .', -
I.O.3&D.of3t.LHoward : ADOPTION.
Council No: 1 and Bethlehem f' ,DREWS. MILLVILLE.'

I I : Council No. 2. Independent Order FOR ADOPTION-One orphan boy. 7 And all points on St. Andrews Bay, CaP'

of Sons and Daughters of St. Luke I ---1 'HL-.1 .' months years old.old, and Will one be. given orphan for baby adoption boy to S rabelle- and Aeaachlcola.SCHEDULE.! .

FOR REXT-Two nice double stores on meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nightsof I responsible parties. For particulars apply -'(( Leaves Pensacola Sunday 3.2 p. mi ..
East InteiNlcncia Street between Pala- eachmonth_ at their hall on Tarragona -i Pearl Eac-an Home,. or Mrs. Wn. for fobUe .Ala. *
L fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher between .Intendencia Romana iI Fisher President Ifcvtv Leave Pensacola Tuesday S: 0 P t' ;
teal Estate Agencj 22nov I for St. Andrews. MiHville, ApalacUco
streets. D. Howard F. C. H.. Jackson Square Coffee I Carrabelle and intermedIate points.

FOR room REXT for-rent A. R.suitable Bingham for has funJture storage' Rev: C.AIL Jones. Secy. No. 1 Frank I Rai s-The rate on. awant ad filling the.above'space i is 25 -cents first insertion quality put up In 25c, 60c stands and $1.00 for I I For additional information.1. R. SAUNTERS apply to,

r or other goods. 134: and lOa South Tarstrett I Scott .F. C. H! Stella Dawson: Secy. Cents for each additional consecutive ins rtion. Send cash air tight tins. It pleases others. Why I E .H. COBS President'
and 5 day with the PBsaeola
j. r&&oll& Phone (39. I I No. 2 noTlO-lmpd a ad not try-it! I General Frt. and" ,Pass.F Agt.





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(SHIPPING NEWS f.'R easons I NEW CHIEF OF--- I K.C.U.AI.-, E.C.: 1Aag.Yke-'FresNeaCPresideatsMCuhlea--- --- --.,. IOU J.W.ASDSEWS.AssistaatCu6fsut AEIFFER Islfttnt em- !. 's ii.-: t T1-IJU;?

1 Old I Arrived-Yesterday.- Why THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 1llt

> Ida. Span ss. Arano. 2160. Liverpool to ........ :3.lI"i" ,
Gulf Transit Co. ,
f64 rtusfrafton, Nor bk- Morthensen, You can- read 'a' man's l 8UREAU elf pi!'secoaa. '&.. t
Barbadoes :
1,( McKenzie. Oertlng &
character by the collar Opera House Building. '
I C. B. WhUden. Br bk. Morrison. 349. ,
Las Palmas .to Southern States Lumber he wears-
Co. Hairy H. Roseau Succeeds

IQuaKerrl I badoes Dan order.bktn, Rasmunsen, .%60, Bar- Is yours a CAPITAL STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS $60.000.

Cleared Yesterday. Admiral: Endicott in I ,t
Cognatl. Ital bk. Sehlappacasae! for. LION BRAND DIRECTORS.
Buenos Ayres, with 962,000 ft
a lumber. s
I Sailed Yesterday. 15 Cents Each At M Charge of Yards Henry L* Cohaytoak, Frank Rdlfy, F. E. Browner
j Clara Uunsell.: Ger sea. for Buenos Ayres. 2 Ur 2S Cents. Geed Shops. J. M- Pfeiffer; W. S, Rosasce.T. : C. W. Lamar i t!

:: and Docks Bryan DauwmrA. ); F. (McGeurtn. J. R. ?seeders.. a '
j VESSELS IN PORT.. M. Avery, J W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maas -

MenzeleGer Steamships.Alfred 58! Jorgensen,,12SS_ i W. U Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah.C. McKenzieOertinq: ,.' t
St. Vincent, to IL Rears & Co.. I : I ,' Alex McGowIn, (ft. Covlngton M. E. Clark. r
Boltenhall. Br ss Simmons, 2337, Bre- i Washington, D. C., Nov. 29.-Civil
Rich and mellow with men to Gulf Transit Co.Helsingbur I Engineer Harry. Rousseau, who has ::!(ty ((I tilt texts fer rent i\\UV\ ,, \U\ tad \SM tie year Private apartment 1
ageis ?. Swed SB. Schrtel. H%%. in ccniicctioa for Qu convenience et customers.
liuelva to layer Bros. MtrtUFACiURfR,1 ESTIllS been on duty 'at Mare Island. Cal.,

Homburg Gcr PS. JIatthiesen, 148S! J since February, 1905, superintending
R Rotterdam to.the W. S. Keyscr Co. 1UFlPt811 the construction of the big stone and Four per cent Interval P ld'en Time Dcpoaita.
delightfully stimulatingand Cayo I.argo. Br ss. D' vey, 22:!3, Tam- ft
-pl'O to Gulf Transit Co. concrete dry, dock has b'een chosen to Iv
lord Stanley. Br as. Cunningham, 3056. succeed .Admiral Endicott as Chief of
smooth. bt; Vincent: to Gulf Transit Co. the Bureau of Yards and Docks. -t
Avanti Nor ship Ships., Anderson, 1643, Lon- The president has acted with surprising -
don to order. quickness in making his appointment
'i Ferreira. Port ship, Barrod, SOS Lisbon a +r 'as Admiral Endicott was
Tell the dealer to send to rnsLster. .retired" bly alit Monday ,and ordered
Harbinger, Bus ship, 139, Algoa Bay ." GET THE SAVING
to master. to contlnue" in' office for the time be- HABITSaving J'4M } 1
Ingrid. Nor ship Dannell. 1260 Antwerp ing. Lieutenant Rousseau's'name has

you a case of it today.Phone to McK. Oertlng & Co. 'not appeared in the list of probabilities -
3r Lena. Ital ship, Tassara, 15S1, London
i to order. for this position which carries
16, Lewis Bear & Co., Barks. the rank and 'spay of 'an admiral be- comfort.
(0 i-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., Afredo, Uruguayan: bk. Matagas. '81. THE PURE cause he was not very high on the list secures_ Saving makes pm-
I Montevideo H.
to IL Thornton.
; f h Pensacola, Fla. 3 AlfhilJ. Swed bk Svensen. 1332, Durban -' FOOD LAW having entered the service in Septem -dence the 'dominating'characteristic: It secures = '
tq master. ber,.1898.
Andrea." Nor bk. Quale. 114. Durban to i Fdr a time Lieutenant Rosseau was I comfort, drives away worry and care, '

-::::=:- -- master.Campbell. Nor bk. Hausken I The pure food law will soon go into stationed here as supervisor of the and brings happiness and
effect and the
Stavanger to McK. Oerting & Co. 1100.1 "Cheap John" producers drafting force under Admiral Endi-
. Charles Racine Nor bk, Waage ;; of adulterated foods, wines and cott. He was associated with Lieu-
Genoa to master.Chacma I liquors will have to mend the "errorof
Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin Fleetwood, to Nor order.bk Jorgensen. 557. their way" or have "Uncle Sam" tenant of the Cunningham New Orleans in Floating the inspection! Dry PROTECTION FOR OLD AGE t'l l

-- Hereford, Nor bit, Jensen, 1380, Rosarioto Jump on them like.'a: hen on a June Dock; and has been interested in the

to Ueimdal order.order. Nor bk. Hensen. 13S4. HuD bug.The passage of. that? magnificent bill improvements He is a native of of New the Naval York and Station.was Start the good work to-day by opening an

:.1 N11 NN/1 NN1...... ........................... Humberto. Span. bit 1111, Battle. Ha- last session, was practically due to the educated at the Renasalaer Poly account with us to-day. One dollar starts '
vana to order. persistent efforts of E. R. Emerson,
.i technic Institute. His record
0Y don Ingeblorgor to order. bk Eid, 1250, East Lon- president of the Brotherhood Wine Co., engineer is excellent, and it may as an be an interest-bearing account. Start it with i-

: Isabel Browne Rus bit LindquUt. 1231. of New York. For years he has not said that hd/ comes to his new and more if you can. ;'
Witcher & Co. Hull to master. only produced absolutely pure wines very important position without that
1 Zemurray i ii Rosario Kink Oscar to A. Zelius.II, Nor bk. Johnson 75%, and liquors for family use, but he has prejudice toward a naval station at

Lilla. Nor bk Aanonsen. 1030 Santosto labored incessantly to enhance the New Orleans which is held unreasonably
order. quality of American wines and bring by other officers in the department
i Commission Brokers. vana Uruguayan order. bit Lopez 700, Ha. them up to the'highest possible stan- It is not known when the

. Lys;:lint Nor bk. Hansen 133%, Swakop- dards of perfection.Up new chief will assume his office but FIRST NATIONAL BANK rC
mund to McK. Oerting & Co: to the present time there has it Is understood that Secretary Bon-
1 Pensacola ana New Orleans 'i Maria Ger bk. }French 1S22. Kings been no law to 'prevent "shysters"from apart wishes Admiral Endicott to .
Lynn to master.! OP PENSACOLA: F'LA-
11 W. Intendencia. 820 Common. .: Marina Madre, Ital bk Simon atta. practicing the most flagrant de continue in charge until after the annual '.
1468, Genoa to order. ceptions, and the adulteraltong of estimates have been submittedto

i i Mecca.A. Zelius.Nor bk, Ellefsen, 995 Hamburgto everything that went into the human the naval committee of the house Designated! Depositary of the United States. ii

| Cotton Stocks Grain Provisions | Negpore Nor bk Ojerdsen, 112S, East stomach was. said to. cover eighty-five and work has begun on the Appropriation

London to A. Zelius.Olivari per cent bilL W. H. Knowtw. President W. K. Hy r, Jr. Vlc -Prwldent and Caahler.Tho h 'x
Ital bk, Costa Genoa to or Mr. Emerson' determined to work
: bought and sold on margin or for I investment. i der. *. -W. Brent, JUWt Ca tltt. W. N. Roberts. JUs"t Cuhler. +
0 Ophelia, Nor l>k. Lareaon 1127, Bahia earnestly for the passage of a pure New Orleans I is celebrated for its Dlr.cton-F C. Brent. W.A.Bloant W. H. Knowles, W. K. Hyer,"Jr, a
. Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. food law, and his efforts have. been coffee. Jackson Square is the coffee' D. O. Brent .
Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. Pallas. Nor bk Johnson 1219, Plymouth crowned with success. from New Orleans. Try It. If not r

: Superb., to Nor A. Ullch 1934, Antwerp The Brotherhood Wine Co., of New satisfied, your grocer will refund its ;i ii
+ to A. Zelius &: Co. York, has nothing to fear when this cost ; I
: Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. Schooners. law becomes effective and it is !nuts"
: Clara E. Randell Am sch 8&3, Calbar- for them to watch the .vast multitudeof ,TIle Other One. t
o fAoNNNOO ien Cuba, te J. A. Merritt & Co. Dinners; "What \* the meaning of 'alter '
I Loris, Am each Eastman 310 Havanato nasty little change their City of Pensacola Improvement BondsDenomination
.'NON..... OONNNIVNNNI.HNN1.NNH J. A. Merritt i Co. labels and squirm in other ways to ego 7 f asked the teacher of the begin -
Donna Christina, Am sen, McLeod 165 $1000.00 each. Dated January tat, 1906. Maturing January let* :
get out from under.ALWAYS ners' class in Latin. .
I Belize to master. 1938. Redeemable Jan. 1st, 192S. Interest Payable ml-Annually. 4-
Donalra Br sell Reddle' !OOl,. St Lucie 1 "The other": ," Mid the boy with the WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, .
to master. curly hair,
I f reddle Heuckeu. Am'sell. Bryant 475, When a mar[says he always was -:. ,
Havana to master. sick-troubled with a cough that "Give sentence containing the The Peoples Bank of Pensacola
L G. DeSiLVA & COMPANY Barkentines. lasted all winter-what would you phrase. '
I Beatrice. ,. Ital bktn. )larchen, Savona to He winked his other L"
master. say-he never was .sick since using T. L Pensacola, Fla. '
Ballard's Horeh and Syrup. Such a [
Are you fond of good coffee? Try man exists. Lost* sighted*""

I Building Material Jackson Square,the celebrated French Mr. J.. C. Clark,-rDeDver, Colorado, New' Nurse-But why doat you.want

drip coffee. Leading grocers have it. writes:, For 'yefTiJ-,_ was troubledall to take your bath,'''Johnny

1L Shingles and Slate, for Roofing 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight tins. winter. This cough left me in a Little Johnny-'Cause, somebody said THE CITIZENS TIONAL.BANK
miserable condition: 1 tried Ballard'a the good die young, and I don't wantto
CREW NOTICE. Horehound Syrup and have hot had a take chances being drowned. -
F Patent Plaster Store Fittings Neither'the Captain Ownersnor \ PENSACOLAA
Consignees of the British lick day since_ That's what It did Ste7-EJc: ang.. u-

a ss Boltonhall. will be responsible for .me." Sold .by: druggists.. General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe :and Conservative i
k/ Everything for House Buildingand for debts" contracted by Basis. .
does not tomorrow of
the crew of said vesseL Best in ti4i op, -,. Jackson Square Anxiety empty
A. J. S1MMONDS Cot/ee. The only premium given is its sorrow; it empties today of Its .
Repairs. GULF .TRANSIT CO.. Captain. Correspondence Solicited -R. M. Bushnell.
Consignee. aguarantee of Us quality. strength.-Maclaren.!

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Joiely-eo lonely la till pelt, i J' !i
mvrtee.' She was about to lap from the are so .
Little Biographies tf Big Men.On bed and wy: "Grandpap," but the oM cm dty." r'.'!
inaa'e behavior toward loot made bar MdentsBd 'Does your grandfather never come te i
Maud Walker. that .be did set know where see year add the old mu. his vain [.
([ TOttY'S Thanksgiving. By
the 16th of May, J769, the great feeling ef sadness which filled his OWl ) room he bad catered. Yawing IMf eager. i rfe. ..
Freccb novelist, Bonore Balzac was and bis sister's hearts In rather a unique ''! air grandfather has DIVer seeaBe k. ;
mother's pride, Tony decided to keep bet ; my '
bora at Tonr, France Hs! father was amen way on occasions. Once when he and own council sod to await the old rata's ," replied Totty. filing back ail a* :r ,-
of some attainments: and much orl.UMlity Laura were being reprimanded by their be :
tremble, on the pillows. Sorely, cow I'
; eccentric, a builder of atrcastles mother he saw to hIs dismay that his Totty sat by tie window looking out and worked In a big! department store to Totty's mamma bad written regularly to explanation for being there.Mb .-
and a health fadlit who lived to the age Sister was onthe, point of bursting out la at the first snow of the season. The support herself and daughter. So they her umientlng father, only to have her ," said the visitor looking through carat aaderstaad.rihta ... :
o: 83. Dalzac's mother seems to b&vetca streets were thronged with people hurrying lived alone la two plain cheap tenement letters returned unopened. At the time his lasses at the child oa the bed. -Are be Is aa old nac.alale! ns. ,
a nervous excitable woman, stand- laughter and be feared the terrible consequences to and fro on business which took: rooms la a great heartless city, that of Totty's birth ibe had written of her yon sick, cblld r air exclaimed the old men "Jort as ', j'"I 3

In; as dictator In the homo and most severe ; so, covering his month with them out against their will for suddenly) knew not of them or their poverty and darling baby, promising to send Its picture "No, sir not BOW; bttt I hate been rwy ama as I an, and If I could see him 14 i .t f .
his band that their parent might not see the temperature bad fallen to sero and did not want to know of them and their If be WOTld Ills heart to his| ber cbUdiea Sbe never quite him opts ill all the fan. I'm ranch better now, tell him so, toot After all lore Is the ;
coQJBontcating to her, be
a sleety snow was driving furiously, kind. grandchild and welcome her. To this { !
<2d ttfrod her talented son who In tara dearest possession, and for daagbteialore !
end faee floated aty
thank as
cmBtieoely to Larva Ttiak about grand weather bat you, Totty's
the anything
making pleassat Before mamma's she
Mt tenderness for bis mother, Tatty's marriage there never came aa answer, but as the 4 1
no real have been much friothin father's deatli-! to be out in. bad lived with her father, a very rich letter was Dot retcrneJ Totty's mamma abe answered the. man whom she knewto aDd the lore .f bor rattle one rd- i
aid to .
there seeos after Become reached Wbea eight years old he was sent from As Totty contemplated the storm her old gentleman with a determined will of and papa knew that the stern old mao be her own ...ndb tiler. "Oh. fir, will you ask my grandpa t* "; ;
between them
the natural nets of home to attend a sernhnQltary college bart became heavy and tears filled her his own. lie bad planned for his only bad read It. '"Well are you alone little clrtr again cone te..' Se-there's We pletu" 1 <
blood nuns bound state. them And yet together, and la later founded by the Oraiorlaos-ln the village big blue" eyes. "Ob. how coldit U inhere child to become the wife of an old friendof After her husband's death, however the asked the mad, walking to the doe Shed And 'Totter her rolee fan of tears aaij her 3 J.; ,
of Vendoae. There be remained six years she murmured to herself, shivering his, a man more than twice the young woman's would not allow her 1.
Sit: Madame Balzae came often to lIertom.s poor pride led late the adjoining room and peering ittUe feral shaken with enottoa potted
i j'
without oace leaving the place. At Easter as she spoke, and drawing an old lady's axe and of a sour disposition. But to write to her father fearing he wouid .
Cnancta aid when be was boundedty and prtse-glring times his family rtsued cape more closely about ber shoulders. the aged suitor was wealthy, and It was think sbe wanted to appeal to bio for i within. to the photograph ever tIe bed. There'sthe .{: "
debt or wished to raise money to him. and ea these visits tooted forward "And mamma has to walk so far this his fortune that bad won Totty's; grand help. "1 can work and rear ," : "'Y8Ir; "/ summa Work tUeqa! pietore of ay graadpapa which my .
ftrtber soict of his wild schemes for t. with so mack Joy by the child, be was evening in this storm, too for she's sav- father's consent to a marriage so smash she bad said proudly. And she tad done ; the da/ Abe eeaMs home at S .deck mamma carried with. her when Ills left i .
Uot&g ...nIL We most appreciate these with from his because '* '
met reproeehea parents tbengb. Ian eId home. 1 .
know inns oa the put of the mother when hers we of his Indifference to his studies.It -Well, rd better eaelali why I tame Just .. tbe dock struck S Tettys .. .1 ,
that she was obliged to deny -
lf (h. small comforts ot life to meet i Idlest la tree that lie.ldarec1" -the Into your apartment so imceremooloiuty/ oa entered the room to find Totty at I
hey la tbe dtrlsiea. aDd the ferule
tape aes/s demands: at times so unreasonable I the his went oa the old gentleman, coming-near dressed to .. o.C Beside ber sat aa ol4 I
sad dark cell were often portion. -
But later Balzae confessed to a sort of the bed. Tre last cone late possession man, his aged face beaming with a new : -! .
As a child Baljae eoaeentrated his sf- apathy which be coald not overcome. Indeed .f this Uoemtnt-booee. and bar derided bore lore-the lore of a grudpareal ; :
It&tloaa on his alitett Laora. whom be this same -apaUa," caused bka to jo look It over and see what repairs are welded ta the lore fait for an OWl cbfldAfar .' r
hovel al-moet to adoration, and who retbrped tall very III, suffering a state of coma accessary tf tsj." Then be weat ta the excitement which attended tbfhappy t
hlfl lorf with a tits, sisterly! devoitoD :
and ielpftloess with fererisb symptoms. This necessitated the windows and shook the Joeee suaee.Ah surprise. Totmasuoa aske* : '
etaracter. So moat beastttul',' la hIs removal to bis ewe home, and aa open aa a bang" bo eOAmeattd. why ber little daughter wa Wd la eleeX :
deep was Honor aHeetloa 5
to his joy he never returned to the college : Then as if Sealing sympathy for the t
for Laura that often be sod orenboea. t
would confess
at TendThe'Wayoft_.- 1 ll child, be returned te the hid sad ut ooa .
te some trivial$ offense which bad bed I, IS vV chair nearby. 1..4 room fora '"Te .. all ready when 1ft time, m
tossmilted by bee and without a mnra>artaSer skit child," he observed, awre so kta>- that we might start. the railway it : '
"sWcr, 6tfl"hud'1iIJI la melt ber for mothers It Once: when the e World. self than to Totty. The be fell to .a. ties" replied the father sad graadfsttx e M i

stern qne- In* spin. "1 barea't been la this city We can get a T o'olock train sad bywell
doge "WI did that? la .
eonae Ut oi her be la ear own booa. whiff fdaogbter. :
own naughty
conduct bird
sheens Baton by a ; put his hat oa the floor beside hiss tag, -
about to plead eollty to being the But of this sort of banquet taking his baadkerchX from his pocket II waiting tar /M aid Tot( .
fbtyrit when Ilonore stepped forward Al) ef you >bare> heard. wiped all eyes and brow. "Ab, aa," lee been ort and *vbaav d for a do*
red eialtaed the blame, suffering thereby and be sighed softly. >lt has .bee. a carriage with far robes, and our bIll ;;
tI! pen4tty. Number two Is Just a eat 1 loaf, long time, and rm fettlof to beaD eoe wnl rca no rtik of eatcbtnc iAd<<. < .i ;-> <
jL BtWe later, when Laura remoostrated And she the bird did tat old maIL, It was not riiht-H war she does every aolaota that eke stays i t
with tor baring done: so. he turned And from all appearances not righC" this place." 1 ; }
It 3 ns&tly by saytog: "After this She. found It (I.l alte a.treat.Nvattwrtbree "What was net sight stir asked And tcaorrcw: Is ThaakurHlag Day ; :

eou't( CilnS of acknowledging, for I like .. Totty ber beart thumping ._t tw said 'Tottys BUmae. her eyes fan r
to be puaisbea, and yon don'L" side aW the red color coming la her pale happy lean 'Ah. how much we'll H Wto 1 .f _
canned rp la that sentence was the cheeks. "be tbaakfal ice." > '
bore deep lore and willing Belf-sarriflce H ( ".u. notes, MUkktf, ems," ..,... "Atjea.sxaoad gnadpa. : ,
tv the one of his heart All through ; the old man, coafosed. "Bot I Meet L: -
|L'e wine; displayed the same spirit harry our the bonce. ret got a* dIM
fcr.s" ; aaseUsbly and almost blindly.I fi3)t to lose for I most catch a. train 67 f ,i I i.j :
Wtp Daluc's grandfather died! he was \ o'clock." -
wjBrt deeply by his grandchildren: -Where. :
who de you liver asked TeSty, her \ f
sere devoted to the aged man. and i
t uacr. seirm to have mad o*. of the eyee stoiylag the aged fsee."Ob rA
a Ions, long way from here," r : .
"Does your aver ee a. <. ears 7..'" .aakeel.tlM .l* .... .Slag CSBDO the answer. "A tern long way." J J1
"And yon moat get bats tonight for -1 t
tomorrow U ThaakagiTtng Day, sad ynryonr

her carfare so that abe may get a uraL But there was a young and aeble. no! bravely and faithfully though at Bines children, and grudcaUd/ea-win 1 .t
quail' for my Thanksgiving dinner. Poor minded lover who bad already won the she almost fen beneath tile weight of be expecting you to bare Thanksgiving:
and suffered cruel hardships which dinner with them tomorrow, periapt,** J h
mamma she means to eat bread and burt of Totty's mamma aad with whom work
cheese and tea. as any other day. Bat she quietly went one evening to fcft pat were Imposed upon her and her child said T ttr, her roice eager 'and trem- :f
r I baren't told ber that I do not mean to tort. And when abe same away.'eanlngoa through the miserable pay she received: cleoa. >
taste bite of the quail unless she shares the handsome young man's arm. she for her very bean's blood that was given A spasm of paID passed over tIle oldman's / I'
j jrr 4. It with me for I'm sore It would chokeme was his bride. When her father was Informed .la laboii. face. He quick/!. >M as If to go. j1!: i ),
If I should do so. But 1 must get of this step be fumed sad swore As Totty lay U bed oa this day which bat tnrninjr. spoke U a-rolte. bosky with
I back to tile bed and keep quiet and warm bidding his daughter to leave his bouse preceded Tbaakrglvtcg Day she recalled eatotloa: "I'm alooe-aloae, ebUd' My -- I.
rl// or 111 have a backset. Mercy me, bow and to never set foot la It agala. an that-her mamma had ever told ber of Tbaakacrrlags are the hardest days In J ;
That chased Was la fort Tabby a dog Cat long lye been sick-ever since the first The young couple.- with happy hearts her grandfather. Also she wu L) familiar the year te g* fhiMga.:Tat eld-en* .I.. ;
And Mt tee till she died.Bat day of September. But I'll soon be well full of love and hope, left their hometown with bin through his photograph which alone. "
alewly again and able to go to school and help and went to the city there the husband hang oa the wall ever the bed A* Tt../ "HsTe you no children no graadch- .
J-what of that '
mercy with tbe housework for dear mamma U to make his way la his profession lay there; contempUtiag the bard featwes drear asked Totty. half rises from the r } ,
Number four la Jnat a cow so tired of an evening that she really of medicine. For six years all west well of the pictar*-which almost bed la ber excitement.- 3 -
That tossed upon bee bon needs my assistance.! with them sad a little girl-Totty-bad scowled at her. she thought there' came "One daughter somewhere is tape. city, a. .<, ',
He meddlesome old doggie As Totty said this she left the window come to make their quiet borne till more. a quick tap at.tile door. aad she has one child that I know of" : ,
l Who was left to din lortora.Knmber and got Into bed. pulling the covers over happy. Then Totty'a father caught a -Ah,. If s Mrs. Smith come to sit with replied the old man. <
ker. Bat she GoaUaoed to chat to lIe malignant disease aad after a few wccksf me awhile la recpooae to m gim.'. ro- -Why do you not spend TbanUgrrtBg "';
.._ iHoaeee fire is Just a man. self, for being a little girl of 10. and Illness ta the hospital be died leaving his quest"' thought 'Totty. And sitting up with them spry sad the role that
1 With tat upon his bead alone for hours toretaer. she grew so yctfflf and deUcete wife with a tew baadred she called oat "Come la, please." .asked the question almost broke Into a ;1.jl
Who drove the cow to slaughter sad and lonely with no one to talk to j dollars aad a IY -le&M>14 ehlld tot Tbe door opened aaa in walked aa aid sob. "1 bare a. madpe; a d-*a4 I'd 4 D .
And took,here-finite dead! that she bad conceived of the plan of mss so much like the photograph ever be so glad If be would come to as and

BaUao. .is-: __, .-T i r. :, """--- _-,.... -.VI.. widow talking-bad to herself.beta slats Her Xottr mother waa was ire-a nr; several years altar her aaarrtage -, the.bed that Totty. gave a little scream of lore as and stay with vs. .Mamma sad

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gains of about 7 yards each and several
Their Rivals the High mass plays gaining ground rapidly -I SweatersHat
but lost on an attempted end run

t School, by the :: Close and being her third down with eightto
For cold there's go punted well for aboi\t 60 yards.
| raw days ,Score of ,6 to 5. High School returned with a 40 yard Happiness
punt and got the ball, but fumbled
nothing like a good sweater for Barton downing for P. C. S. Shirts in Smart

Neither side seemed unable to exe- That They Will Society
comfort and a cold preventer IMMENSE CROWD WITNESSEDTHE cute a play without fumbling and P. Anticipated

GAME, AND MUCH ENTHUSIASM C. S. fumbled, High School puntingand to Barran STOJXTE:
All colors gaining 45 yards holding ball on I Be Running

WAS SHOWN BOTH Classicals 35 yard line. THE
High School made some quick end .cas by Christmas.If HABERDASHER
TEAMS PLAYED FINE BALL AND runs the Classicals were penalizedfor 222 S. Palafox.WANJED.

I 50c 75c $1.00 $1,25 to $5.00 WERE FREQUENTLY CHEERED. High hurdling Schools and 8 Bell yards went more.through for I expectations are fulfilled electriccars -r:;

Here in the
came the critical point will be running through to Fort
game. Men fought for places on the Barrancas by Christmas, if not sooner !
Pensacola Classical School 6. side lines and the game had to be stop- the dum-
work of electrifying
<< The above,tells the story of one of Still using Bell who seemed to ,be The House! of Kuppenhelmr weeks since is now progressing very
$12.50 to $13.50 Men's Crav- the most interesting football games made of steel the High School made satisfactorily and but for some delayin Feet Treated, andDo
; played upon the local gridiron in many straight center gains for over fifteen Swell Overcoats. obtaining material the line would
years. It was played before an Im- yards and a touchdown. Score P. C. be ready before the time mentioned.The not limp around town looking rj.: .
enettes sizes 33 to 46 $JO.OO S. 6 P. i With corns on your toes and inerowr
; H. S. 5. !
mense crowd where enthusiasm' was We have the ro'omy box style or I poles and brackets have been nails; :
rampant, and when the game concluded Bell being used up made a poor attempt the slightly body-tracing overcoat, placed along the line to,the fort, and Bunions on your feet and warts on
to 3500. at goal the score being P. C 1 warm yet light! in weight, nobby nose, mr
victorious the
with the P. C. S. boys stylish. Most any price the feed wires as far'as Little Bayou,
S. 6; P. H. S. 5. swagger wire Where can you go to find repose*
cheering was deafening.The to- of trolley ,
up while the stringing You surely great ease will gain
Avery kicked for Classicals to HighSchool's
Classicals were victorious by which commenced Wednesday, will be For Dr. Herman removes t!-,;a wthoat
the score of 6 to 5. They were victorious 20 yard line Bell returned Twenty-Seven Dollars. completed by tomorrow' night The pain. .
45 yards and School got the
because they were quick to bridge work at Big Bayou, however,
Room 301, Brent
ball. High School for 35 yards Building
take of opportunity is what is holding the forces of men
advantage an open ,
THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists to make a touchdown. Their playing and ,Classicals came through for back. Sufficient piling cannot be secured -
straight gains of 8 and 10 yards. P.
was good but it was seen from the C. fumbled and High School punted just'at present, to complete the Florida and Alabama
time the whistle blew for the work there and the overhead work
gameto H 0. ANSON
tha ball being in the air when I I
start that the High Schools boys cannot be done until the bridge
time was called with ball on P. C. S. LAND COMPANY
in Men's and Boys' Wear were apparently their betters in some completed. Piling la sufficient numbers -
35 yard line, and the score P. C. S. 6; and allow
respects. CASH should arrive shortly
P. H. S. 5.' t
Phone 225 205-207 S.: PALAFOX Within the first five minutes play The officials were Cross'referee,Dun- II I''the finishing of this portion' of the and Manufacturer Dealers in of
Corner Paiafoi aid Uila. work.
had ,
ing time the High School fighters ham
umpire and Blount head lines- SAWED
house the 30 K.-W. SHIN.
the ball in the Classical's territoryand At the power ,
man.The has been placed on (;LE: AND KILN DRIED SAP.
their turbo generator
from that time they pushed
game was easily the most In-
foundation and will be able to take
opponents hard only allowing the ball its
teresting seen on the park groundsthis
their side'of the field steam by the first of next week, while
to be brought on
SAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW. season and as these teams are the 500 K.-W. railway machine Is practically
twice entire
during the
T. BEDWELU PRES. AND MANAGER. From the start the High game.School play- the such public kin rivals will be many treated hope to other that : GARNIE 'S. 1 erected,and will be ready for OPERA HOUSE

Prepared to do aU electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone 570 and a ed a kicking and open game while the games between these fast squads.BE steam by to-morrow nightThe .....
leprrsentatlre will call. W. T. Bidwell. President and Manager. 205 S. extension of the lighting district -
Baylen Classicals seemed to know that their : =
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strength lay in their better line and CHARITABLEto is also progressing rapidly, the ONE NIGHT ONLY,
more thoroughly organized mass plays. Special to"The,Journal. lines on East Hill having practicallybeen
On the side of the Classicals no par- your horses'as well as to your Garners, Nov. 29."'.(. J. Pryor's completed and about ready to'
ticular star playing was witnessed self. You need not suffer from painsof store and postoffice at Mary Esther Is supply -current ,
m. with the' exception of Hannah, whois any sort-your horses need not sufficiently completed so that they are Manager Leadley stated yesterdaythat Saturday, November 1st
vreet.WORKMEN easily the best ground gainer seen suffer. Try a bottle of Ballard's occupying it The goods were movedin he expected the two big passenger -
among local school gridiron men. Snow Liniment. It cures all pains. J. last week and the postoffice this and one freight and express car The Kirke La Sheile Co., Submit
For the High Schoolers Wilkerson M. Roberts; Bakenfield., writes: week. to be shipped from the factory on De-
f fHave White-- Yates and especially Bell deserve -"I have! used your Liniment for ten :Mr. Soule was a visitor in Pensacolalast cember 1st These cars are to be Dustin FarnumIn
mention. L. Bell, who played years and find it to be the best I have week. used together with those now In use
R fullback for High School was played ever used for, man or best" Sold by On Friday evening of last week in handling the business between Pen-
: .-- hard throughout the entire length'of all druggists.The .' there were cotillion parties at Mr. sacola and Fort Barrancas. The new Owen Wister's Famous Story
the and only such a strictly all! Scranton's and at the Goodrich House. cars are finely equipped and have of the WestTHVIRGUN1AN
heard: of "Hickory Calf/' B round man could have stood the strainto quality, of Jackson. Square Deputy Sheriff Will Brooks made a every modern appliance and conven-
you which he was subjected.The Coffee is guaranteed. If it does not business call at Pensacola and other ience.

the old calf skin tanned S crowd which the game called give grocer you will perfect_refund its satisfaction cost ,your points Captain last David week. of Pensa- ; : '
1- genuine by a forth"'was the largest ever seen on Witherell
the park grounds on such :an occa- cola, was out at Bellview Last week. r FREEPORT. -I J} Supporting Company of Superior E>,
which makes it H sion and must have easily numbered Sew Zealad MorLlbK Birds.The Miss Laura Earle returned last Fri- cellence.A ,
new process absolutely day from an extended visit to PhIla- .
nearly one thousand people. The Poe honey eater U oae of the ; ; :0" ',":' '
;-'tR transportation facilities of the Ter commonest and at f Jhe,same time hand delphia and other' points and reports PLAY THAT WINS ALL HEARTS

impervious to water and as soft and |1 1 minal company were taxed but the somest of the New'Zealand-birds. ,The having to be back had pleasant in sunny Florida.time but' is glad I Journal
management deserves credit for the neck is ornamented with a frill of curly Special to The
manner in'which they handled the immense cotor Mrs W. N. Hartgrove was on the 1 Freeport, Fla., Nov. Y9.-Mr. J. D. Prices-50c and $1.50.
,. pliable as a vici kid We have a @ crowd no delays occurring at centers feathers, and of a the greenish throat is adorned with witha sick better list now.a few days last week but is I Russ was in Freeport this week. Curtain 8,clock sharp.

either the city depot or the park. Mr. :Moss Hall, of_DeFuniak made
The Game. tuft of white feathers which has The traction engine at the Pryor : his usual business trip to Freeportthis ..
splendid line of Shoes made of this I| At.3:35 Avery kicked for Classical gained for it the popular name of "par- mill was seriously damaged last Mon- week. HICKS'GAPUOI

School to Yates who failed to return. eon bird" an appellation appropriatenot day and was put out of commissionfor 'I Mr P. D. Bevel, who travels for the

l 35 leather with genuine rock oak soles dj I High School punted 40 yards, and only because of this Decoration,but a few days., Lewis Bear Co., was in town thi .
Mr. ,
P. L. Hand went to Pensacola l
Roberts downed ball for a straight because of the resemblance of Its pe- week. .
gain. High School lost the ball on culiar attitudes when singing to the last Tuesday on business. Mr. C. W. Burke of Crestview :;0 CURES

f|i unlined, to sell for $2.50, $2.75 and $3 |j jl EIE lost fumble 4 yards but gained Yates 5 yards.going P.throughand C. S. gesticulations lecturers when indulged wishing, in by to exuberant drive- The out Robinson a barge load Lumber of square Companysent timber a passed business through trip our to Hogtown.Mr place last week oc ,- ALL And illerlroaaaeasTriallolaerse ACHES

stopping the play. P. C. and lumber this week. The steamer .. W. H. Wesley, of Pt Washington Aldrsdsls*
Come and let show home their points. The bird is an excellent Florida towing it
l i pair. us you.E S. gained about seven yards on and passed through here on his way
mimic ,be to
can ,taught repeat The Messrs Duncan are entertaining -
mass play and being ,their, second back from Mississippi.
l i iI down with seven to gain puntedout short sentences with extraordina Mrs. Duncan and her daughter. of Dr. Harley Cawthon of DeFuniak
of bounds. High School's ry clearness and also io whistle short Boggy xJelle, this week. is spending the week in FreeportMr.

g WATSON PARKER & REESE co. 1 I!: ball with a quick gain of 5 yards songs quite as well as a parrot., cola Milly last Barks returned from Pensa- George Ward, Dr. Simmons Mr. The StormVe

I around C. S. left end. In the fourth Thursday. Lee Ingraham; and Mr. M. King wenton

"EVERYTHING TO WEAR." &:* minute of play High School had the Qneea Be**' Giant. Escambla Lodge No. 15, F. & A. M. a hunting trip up the Choctatvhat- -
1 ball on Classical's 3 yard line and put Queen Elizabeth had a Flemish por Regular communication of EscarVna chee river,-on the launch M\rguente,
im&i_ wanwonjjnfWMrmiw Roberts around left end for 3 yards, ter who was over eight feet high and A Lodge .No la. F. & on Monday and bagged 98 squirrels. now have of r"r
being penalized 15 yards for holding of great strength, and he was an extremely Q A.eveningDecember M., will be held 3rd Monday at Graves Tatom's new boat, which has storm-beaten docks wor.-
Having more than her distance to go good natured man. Whenever 7;30 o'clock.. Visiting brethren just been finished by Mr. C. 1... Hau-
.....................'... ." ......." .................. High School punted,poorly barely mak he met any one who was abnormallytall fraternally invited. gan arrived In our port this morningand ing, and are prepared to doanyvessel "- ',
and losing ball: C. D. BEYER W. M. is a very trim tittle craft, and
ing distance he used to patronize him in a W. G. Secretary.
from 100 i3UI
P. C. S. made some short gains following maintains Mr, Haugan's reputation as to
; LET THE GAS It. f friendly sort of way, and on one occasion -
COMPANY with a 20 yard run around right a boat-builder.
on' short notice. V
PERCH. tons e
end by Hannah. P. C. S. then lost when he met at an inn two soldiers THE Capt S. Strickland of Pt.. Washington -
about 8 yards. Yates showing up who were over'six feet in height visited our city this week. solicit estimates from cap-
t. SHOVEL THE COAL in his tackling for High School. Clas- be said "Come under my arms, my lit- Am Eat Indian Fish That Travels
I sicals punted for 40 yards and High tle fellows." And taking them up he Over_ the Land. Shot an AngeL tains and owners of vessels'
School immediately returned the ball walked down the roam: 'with them under As a rule, fish come out of the water Now and again we hear of strange

i.Wh t's the use' having your coal handled three or : to the P. C.,S. 18 yard line., his arms as if they had been chil- only at the end of a line or by other and rare birds being shot In England: requiring docking and re-
: ; P. C. S. tried a forward pass Jut dren, much to their disgust involuntary process but the climbing but how many sportsmen except Mr. pairs.
J tour times before it gets to your grate or range? Let !; fumbled High School downed ball. perch of the East Indies thinks noth- Wells' clergyman can claim to have

f $ us handle, and deliver your fuel right into the grate and Classicals were penalized 10 yards distance Willies to Oblige. ing of leaving a pool with which, it is shot an angel? One such man exists OLLINGER & BRUCEDRY
High School failing to Uncle (to little Bertie; aged five, who not satisfied and starting overland in though It is doubtful whether he Is
1 t or cookstove where can use it without effort. and touchdown was
you punted a is being taken off to bed)- COMPANY
t t Simply turn a valve and strike 'a match. Pay for it f made out by Palmes Friedman.coming P. C. S.back then for punted JO Bertie. Of course you always remem- This usually happens as a result of the and he was passing Crayford parish

after using. Gas Range $13,'Heater $3.25. $ yards the ball stopping on P. C. S. ,ber your' aunts and uncles in your evaporation of a pool in the extreme-I I churchyard with his gun over his shoulI MOBILE, ALA.

L : 40 yard line. High School-'made five prayers? Bertie-Ob, yes, Uncle Felix'' ly dry season. When the fish decide I I I der when he saw what he took for a ---- -
.. I around CIassicals left end and followed Shall I tell you what I say? I say that the water: in the particular pool ghost He leveled his piece and fired,
t Pensacola Gas with a difficult try for a field goal "God bless Aunty Kitty and make her formed during the rainy season is iu : but his aim was wild. He had failed KNOWLES BROS.
| Company : by Bell. Bell was blocked and Avery thin and God bless.Uncle James and danger of drying out completely they I I to wing his quarry. Investigation

- : Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. .+ petting the ball made a SO yard run make him fat, and God bless Uncle make all preparations for moving and showed that the ghost was a sculptured Insurance.FIRE .
P. C. S. 5 P. ,
...................................t...4NN4l.e'4'NNN for H. S.a touchdown.0. Score, ; Felix and which do you want to be late at night'or early in the morning angel on a tomb, and he had LIFE, ACCIDENT MARlhc<;:,
t,, fat or thin-Punch. deliberately climb the banks and start shot off one of Its toes!-London Chronicle General Agents "f
Turtlethen kicked a clean goal
'r." off in search of commodious .
placed the score, P. C. S6; P. H. S some more The EquitableLIFE
o. pool or stream not-In danger of going :I '
School kicked to P. C. S, who dry. When the journey is made at the I High FInance ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF
,:. STAIN YOUR FLOORS FOR THE HOLIDAYS made High short gains and was forced to! Lots of goodwhiskey hour it usually is the fish are favored i "Say" began Burroughs, "lend me a I 30> South YORK.Palafox Strn';

punt to Bell. Bell went through the i t by the heavy dew which lies on the five, will your -
Everyone is fixing up the home now to 'presentthe entire field for about 35 yards, and sold-that's true. Lots grass,:but if an emergency arises they I "See here" replied Markley. ..It. -==--"

best appearance for the festal Holiday sea- seemed on the point of retting out fo- of the other kind, too. ,will boldly strike out at noontime along fond only save your own money TOO 1'I
a run for touchdown when Avery The sooner you learn to say the dusty road. i wouldn't have Ito borrow from Jour ,
son. Anyone can apply Stag Wood Stains. stoned him. MARK ROGERS the better off They travel by means of the strong friends." j I

: They are durable and economical. Eight. colt minted High!; for School a clear losing gain on stooping line plays P., C you'll be. You'll have the satis- bony fins which are full of sharp :. "But by borrowing from my friends '!
spines like those of the common perch. I do save my own non 4."Catholic. .
t ors. $1.75 a gaUon.Saunders S with no return. TIt" wbistl blew faction of knowing that you'rebeing i Y
They have a receptacle in which they Standard and Times. j jSUep. 1
line and ,
with ball on P C S 3T1Jrd( I served with the best whiskey i
water with them to moisten their '
with the score P. C. S 6: P. H. S. 0. carry '
Mill Company Second Half. ,I made.MARK gills. It is said that they will live sev- f, Buy Y'Whikr
.. High School kicked out of bounds I ROGERS is for men eral days out of water, and with the i Now blessings light on him that first
Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. On second kick'P. C. S. ball wa downed -I, who can appreciate a good whiskey .- I assistance of the dew laden grass the Invented sleep. It coven a man all

, on her 30 yard line. P. C. S. plav i and who know that the, only 1, fish that starts in search of a satisfactory over, thoughts and all.:,like a cloak; it LJ

rt pd a fake end run and lost grounds| way to get it is to specify the :i pool or stream Is practically sure Is meat for the hungry, drink for the

t *.*.................................................. She High; then School's punted ball for but a 40 she yard fail train.I f, brand. ,of living until It finds It Brockton thirsty heat for the'cold and cold for That has the *

j i A nil and kicked. s'tHn j the iriiskfcij: i ialain MARK ROGERS has the age, I'I Times. I the hot.Arvantn. reputation

You might as well get one right ,. + and followed with a 5 yard end mellowness and purity-you can't Origin .f ""....It..** .
today because sooner or later run. Hteh! School twnilirM 1i( vardsinod is i Quite Different. I,I
: joa're bound to be a "Ko- R and rmntM for ?R more. get any better. Its bouquet The members'of the Society of Jesus He-But I thought, you'd forgiven fOr Purity.

,daker." It's the great J -' i Hannah went around Hteh School really delicious. Good whiskeyis I I appear first to have been given their me for that and promised to forget It?

i est fun out_ f' /t"'r"', left end for ?0 vi'rd" but failed t>n a a real medicineatonic laminar short name, "Jesuits" by none She-Yes; but I didn't promise to let Itisjtutascasytosc- > eL4
|LOO up to r second try. P. C. s. lost on fumble of and a stimulant. I I, other than Calvin. Pope Sixths V. attempted you forget Td foralvea It! cure the pure article ,
i an attempted forward nass., It was When you're "all run to change their name from I ,
than W 'h School's hall on P. C. S. down that's the sure "Society of Jesus" to "Society of Ignatius far thesamemoneythatyoupay

i oD.A J As yard '!\ne "nd rtlavinsr Palmed stead need some old ," after their founder, Ignatius How's This? for adulterated If
i 1 : ilv gained around ends. until atfotnot- sign you Loyola, buy the, attempt miscarried I
MARK ROGERS.At We offer On Hundred Dollar Reward Pure Whisky is what you
ins; a left end around right fOnd Friod- and the Jesuits have never become for any nee -fit Catarrh: that
1 man carriM toll for 70 yards over tho all good places; -Ignatlaas," after the model of the : cured by Hair Catarrh Cure.cannot be want, ask fet j* > J* J* "*
J In long line for na lo).ls: but was' bronshtt | but be sure to specify., Franciscans, Dominicans F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo. O.
4 Printer etin- Benedict We the undersigned, have known F.3
: : > Ings, flashlights
i ('laaaleala 40 vqrd line P*>H Wf'nt used to call ; him perfectly honorable In all business
$ are the thing. Any. t".l1O' P P, body can take them. It's, **S fnitnwad with tVvwsrd njn to VII the Spanish! original of Loyola's out any obligations. made' by his firm. N. GOLDRESTG

: easy. We Instruct you pet a' kWr nn for 15 v.r*.i and a Mn'1 "I L1 "B & B" Christian name). In France after theirexpulsion Wholesale KCWAN Dru ists: .MARVIN Toledo. !0. CICTRISUTOH.PSNSACOLA. .
Kodak Learn take i in 17G3 those who HaIr. Catarrh Cure is fake FUA. _
to-day. to .pic round end Toiwt I". ..ourself.t to remain temporarily called acting directly upon the blood: and ma- mimil
i tures and amuse hen sent nvpr for 10 rards more an "THI en-aTBIG, Bousrv themselves cons surfaces of the tystem.' Testimon Handled:: ExclusIvely by-
, GEM BOOK STORE., ,PHONE 230. a try *t a forward pass which wes- 1TLAYTA J I "Fathers of the! Faith," or i ials sent fre.' Price 75' cents per bottle. THE GEM SALOON,
"Clerks of the Sacred Heir Sold by aU drunwta.
fumbled and lost ball ? London I
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