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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 11 4, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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OFFICIAL from WASHINGTON--FaIr Wednesday and Thursday; fresh north winds.

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HUGHs RE-ELECTED cincinnati, Nov. 3.-Four precincts 6.074, same in 1904, Roosevelt 7026, I The Journal won new laurels last The first news came over the South-
-, out of 4430 in the state of Ohio give Parker 6055. Later returns indicate __ night in its superb handling of the ern Hell Telephone Co.'s long dis-
jrIrVOT m Taft 339, Bryan 371. The same in Taft has carried Albany by 6600 and 7- TI tan(e ir Th orna o and
V.' OF- NEW YORK 104 gave Roosevelt 41, Parker 309. Hughes by 3500. Congress:maa South- election returns. As soon as the news ia wsa followed by the Western
S'Omah, No o t returns wick republican, is re-elected in Al- began to cone in it was immediately Union's special service and the Asso-
rOmaha, No1. 3.- -Comp 'te returns bany. ___, LIN bulletined at The Journal office and coated Press report, a special wire
l d Mack Hav NOh- givesBryan 10,732, Taft 10,609. then flashed by stereopticon on a large and operator being located in The
VermotNov. 3-125 townsinVer- Newark. Nov. 3.-76 precincts give ----- screen on Palafox street The stere- Journal's editorial rooms. About
l tO t mon, Tat25,014. Bryan ,569; same Taft 19.679; Bryan 9,693 same in option was located over Nick's re s- o'clock some miscreant cut this tele-
S A 194 Roosevelt 23,641, Parker 6514 1904 kave Roosevelt 17,917; Parker Is Not Prepared to Believe taurant, and the screen hung un the graph wire,. ut it was quickly re-
SA Reevelt 23,641, Parker 6514. 10,158. opposite side of the street, affording paired and the service continued.
c ived" Fr4n o TIndin a Uirvlew. Lincoln. Nov. 3.-Bryan the Cause Lost Until an excellent view for the thousands ot This was the first tinue that the
c* carried ais precinct by 106 to 52 for Louisville. Ky., Nov. 3.-Democratic people w.ho filled the street from just steroopticon had been used in Pensa-
ad. P I 'iOtIWr State Are Taft. state committee estimates Bryan's Mr Is Kn' after dark until nearly midnight. cola in giving election reports and it
S-- plurality In this state at 15,000. Ore S The Journal's first bulletins began was handled with splendid effect The
Heard FrOM-Ing icati S Kansas City. Nov. 3.*r-90 precincts _____arriving about 4:45 and by C o'clock reports were also the most complete
Are That Taft Has Car- o10.05,Taft 7930. New Jersey give Taft 19 679. Bryan HEARD RETURNS carried New York state. This was furnished. They demonstrated that
-- 9,646; in 1904 Roosevelt 17.917; Par- but an Indication of what was to fol- Pensacola is abreast of the times in
n niaa. Omaha. Nov. 3.-38 prfincts in Om- ker 10,158. low. the Ntory of which was flashed modern newspaper enterprise and that
aba, Bryan 7243; Taft 7401. AT HIS HOME as it came in by The Journal's big newspaper readers here are able to
Cl gtwitto Nv. 3.-Up to ten Albany, Nov. 3.-Forty districts out Boston, Nov. 3.-220 cities In Mas stereopticon and is told in detail in enjoy the same advantages that the
S o'clcr toit there had 'been so of 70 in city give Taft 6,083. Bryan (Continue on Second Page.) those columns this morning people of the larger cities have.
break lI the optimistic character of Derived Satisfaction at Car-
- b retuns vceelved at wharles P:- - ------------------
SM t's fence i this fty, where *****4 ** ********* ******* * ** trying His Own Precinct,
iam Howard .Tat e* DEMOCRATS MADE BIG GAINS, But Was Disappointed at Missouri Elects Democratic Governor
rounded a merry a rei ELECTING AT LEAST 138 CONGRESSMEN Failure of Greater New and Returns to the Solid South
oves and close frieds. Tat Taft
badMnod of s eleeton was ated Pr York to Give a Large By Associated Press.
e senat to M a m c abort-0 Cheao, Nov. 3-Returns received by the Associated Press up 0 Democratic on the presidential ticket and also elected Cowherd as gover-
ly after nine o'eloek, central tme, to 12:30 o'clock a. m. showed the election of 165 Republicans to on th ticket and has
Judge Taft d ed to Make M Congress ad 138 Democ.rts. The Republicans at thil hour lack 32 nor. The Republicans majority Tell off heavily in the middle west.
J Tts dSk The matter is thoroughly sturpriingto Rp cs.
but a most gean expreS on of at- of the necessary number to assure control of congress. thoroughly surpr to the Republicans.
I action, saying.he a de ll *4*~**his* Fairview, Lincoln, Ndv; 3.-William ..
S stateme rear verat of the b trdr 0 0 Jennings Bryan is not prepared to be-
The rear veran" of the quellt, b
ristocratic, old maslnaton on Pike _------ lieve his cause lost until the plurali-
street had been enclose ad and *an p- 0000 *00000*990 -*** **********4 ties of uis republican opponent reachnr r r
to-date telegraph. room established. such proportions as to leave no room
SOnewire w directly connected with BRYAN CARRIED Hi.. INDEPENDENCE PARTY for doubt. He relied upon Greaaer -r
S national Republican headquarters n OWN PRECINCT BY 54 * MAN QUITS AT 10. New York to offset the heavy Taft IU IUII I11111
New York, and three other brought in t m By Associated PrsM. vote up state. He soon realized that t
the news t gathered by the Associat- L h.N o.. 3.-Bry- New York. Nov. 3.-Clarence the state was hopelessly gone, and
ed Press and other sources. an carried his precinct by 106 ** fl. Shearn, gubernatorial candi- with It. his prospects of being elected. |
-* to 52 for aftA. * date of the Independence party He derived a good deal oft tisfaction I
By Aise rite m 1 at ten o'clock conceded the in the fact that his own precinct ha UU IIIIUII ll
New York. Nov. 3.-W-li1am How-* * * * ** 4* election of Hughes,' and added given him a handsome majority, and
rd Taft. the Republiean nominee., # e has nothing more to say to- in tae reports that he was again car- -
all probability, been elected night. trying his own state. Alter read ng
d recent of the United States. WWile some later returns, wh told h Speaker of the House Re- Senator Payne Has Been
.twn- s from tIdian aM OaIo si -aI Il JI llml : ::::::::: same story of defeat. \ anno e
SV l iI sIw Tlyf that he would have so tem. ceives His Normal Vote Returned by a Hand-
ind It is yet epoesslth to state with make tonight. '

Ster tates lI Ifro all over the country communti- jn Aaee ". *3 Am
r-as aftt practically wth the candidate by telegrad. D Panillel. Nov. 3.-Joseph G. Auburn,. Y N 3-Thete
lete. at at no such ldsde I The absence of any word p to a late. Cannon has been re-elected to con- of S-reao E. Payne chal of the
So Bryan predicted has occurred in .. hour from Chairman Maek was the gress by a majority of between 6,000 ways and means yommitee of the
or of the Democrats. -- subject of comment. and 7,000. The returns are incom- house of representtiveE neans that

S(Ctinuel on Pae tw.-) new tariff bill. TrIhoughout the con-

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3 Clncl&a. Nov. 3.-The first *
* comment for publication on the *
* result of the election was giv- *
* en to the Associated Pres- at *
* 8:46. With a broad smile. *
* Judge Taft remarked: "Just *
* say everything looks favpr- *
* able." .
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ministratimo "Turned

-the Trick ,

Ciacinnati. 0., Nov. 3.-President
Roosevelt's telegram to Judge Taft
elicited the following reply:
"Thank you for your telegram.
Without any expression from you. I
would know how deeply Interested
you have been in my success, and
how much you rejoice in it. It is
your administration that this victory

Next President of the United States, and Who Received
t Handsome Plurality'in Yesterday's EIMction.

Sudden Rise in River Has
Caused Great Dapage
to Pine Bluff.

By Associated Prems.
Pine Bluff. Ark., Nov. 3.--Owing to
a sudden rise in tho> Arkansas river.
the high banks in front of this city
are caving in rapidly and the busi-
ness section is threatened with de-
struction. The caving in has reached
the rear of the Jefferson county court
house and the county officials are
, moving out A number of citizens
worked all day Sunday and last night
endeavoring to protect the banks. Sev-
eral hundred thousand dollars wortn
of property is in imminent danger of
being destroyed.
Indianapolis. Nov. 3.-"I h4ve noth-
ing to s.y on the matter of the elec-
tion tonight," said John W. Kern, the
Democratic nominee for vice-presi-
dent. before retiring tonight. One
report after another brought informa-
tion of Taft's success, which cast
somewhat of a gloom over the circle
at the home of th- vice-presidential
nominee. A crushing blow came in
the returns from New York. Kern
made no expressions and showed his
sentiments only in looks and actions.
He appeared worn and tired.
Soeclar to TAe JournaL
St. Louis, Nov. 3.-Many surprises
for floriculturists in the way of new
varieties of roses, carnations and
chrysanthemums are shown at the
second annual flower show of the St.
Louis Horticultural Society, opened
today at First Regiment Armory
Special to The Journal.
Jackson. Miss.. Nov. 3.-Delegates
to the number of about 700. represent-
ing all the Gulf states are in ar-
tendance today at the southern dis-
trict conference of the Episcopal
church. Addresses will be made by
bishops and distinguished clergymen
of Misslssaippi. Alabama. Florida, Geor-
gia, Tennessee. Louisiena. Texas, and
the Caralias.
Special t3 The Journal.
St. Petersburg. Nov 3.-Today was
the fourteenth anniversary of Czar
Nicholas's accession to the throne.
Services were held in all the Greek
Ortodox comrches of Russia and the
emperor and the real tfamiy at-
tended a Te Deum. A parade of
troops was trhe spectacular feature
of the celebration in St. Petersburg.

gressional re (es.- hn has been gather-
ing information to ly.v before the ways
and means commit :-. when congress
reassembles. Hlie L been ia congress
now almost continuously for .-.e last
24 years. *
Special te '"1'e Journal.
Ios. Angeles. Ca. Nov. 3.-The
annual stat e n onon of the ali-
fornia Mothers t4'Angrsss. and Child
Sitdy" Circle will ')egin a three-da'y
sedspion today. a: has attracted
nmany delegates.
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Stokes, Wiggins and Van-

Pelt All

Have Safe



Returns Are Incomplete,
Owing to Long Ballot and
Slow Count-Good Vote
Was Polled In City and

Escambia county stood firmly by
the democratic ticket yesterday from
the Bryan electors down.
The biggest contest was on repre.
sentatives to the legislature, but indi-
cations are that John P. Stokes and
C. L. Wiggins. tae democratic can-
didates, are safely elected over F. F.
Bingham and W. A. J. Pollock, the
republican candidates.
The fight on sheriff was also a
stiff one, but Jas. C. Van Pelt. thy
democratic candidate, has carried
every precinct heard fro-n overN \V.
V. Jackson, the independent candi-
Incomplete returns from 19 out of
33 precincts up to 2 o'clock this morn-
ing show the following totals:
For the Legislature.
Stokes ... ... ... ... ... .....105l
Wiggins ... ... ... ... ... ...1026
Bingham ... ... ... ... ... ... 8
Pollock ... ...... ... ... ... T47
For Sheriff.
Van Pelt ... ... ... ... ... ...1173
Jackson ... ... ... ......... 464
A Good Vote Polled.
The day opened brigh>and clear
and the voting began eaW The bal-
lot was a long one and -Wany exper-
Ienced difficulty in voting it, particu-
larly the presidential elector portion.
Many, however, voted only on the of-
fices of representative and sheriff,
Continued on Second Pase.

By A-oUd Pr. I
* Lincoln. Nov. 3.-Bryan car-
* ried Lincoln by 600. overturn- *
S Inag a normal republican plu- 0
* reality of 1,600. 0
@ -~----
Mly Associated Pre&.
3 Fatrview, Lincoln. N.v. 3.-
At 11 p. m. Mr. Bryan sent o
down stairs the following state- *
ment: -
"It is very gratifying to re- *
celve so complimentary a vote d
in my home precinct and in *
the city of Lincoln. We appre- 9
ciate very much this express- *
ion of good will on the part of 0
our neighbors in republican 0
strongholds." 9




Re-Elected Goverorw of New York, Defeating L. ,
Cbandi ., Bemocrat.

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and the WEEKLY JOUR-


Incomplete Returns

Bryan Taft

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1of appiginral bfynd builds
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to all u isaouosa ad og0ms dis-
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Isi kews mas assuia.
100 Davis One Dollaf.

Plowg of the COmmt
Srem First Pae )
asehusetts give Taft GO"S; Bryan
7,512:; same aetie s towuM 19
gave Roeeevelt 0,8t, Parker 29,0"7.
Hartare, Cona., Nov. 3.-4 twas
give Taft 24,727, Brya 14,048, a re-
Dpubicas gala over 1" 4 f 6953.
New Yerk, Nov. 3.-U1518 election
Ma trictr in New York state ive Taft
10 .49; Bryan 2S2.3; Hlaes 2,85.
gaine districts n 194 gave Boovebt1
316,M38, Parker I20,u1.
New York, Nov. L.-P r nutemat
S-ovraor M districts ea t 19 l give
86,te U R Dtx 1,0479. P, almore

O0hma, Nov. 1-0I districts in
.give qtBryas 7T14. Tat, 7,t ;
.r t vemi o BM V i"erate
601i, Wbaelta, repbHcan, 61338.
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f e* ot ;s a thetal <4 11 tI t
e att may. ity. Sa

City ao New Tork, Nov. 8--Ybr e.v-
er 0 W eleutiesm 8ostets but of
S, ,Hagbes =12.4 Chaaler 1.0,587.
hao e 17,2381.
Wlagtoaes, oqLNov. e.-Seoaaor
B*eat est aate aft's plarelity In
8"is a aey at 5,8 S

ra1es of 124 of 2.7. Tim -ame
1-. ratto of los will give Taft the state
Sby 400.
SBat.te, MoOt., Nov. S. 4attsAtag
retaras from the estate Iadicate that

gd w o...& "o m p ethe
he vote will be very close wt. the
tthasoes in favor of Dry*& having a
New York, Nov. .-19- eleetic
saistrict oat of 18 gsve Haughes

:Oew York., Nov. 3.-Otto 0. Felker,
the State senator wb ar See from a
sick bed to go to Albany to cast a
deciding ballot which sade possible
the passage of Governor Hughes's
aatiWamblnag race track bettnlag law,
was elected to congress today from
the third district.
New York. Nov. 3.-Hughes's plu-
rality in New York state will prob-
ably be about 57.000.
Nashville. Nov. S.-Ia OMlete re.
turas Indicate that Bryan will cary
the state by the usa l Democratae
majority. The state Denecratic ticket
Is also elected by a large vote.
Omaha, Nov. 3.-Oaha complete
gives Bryan 10,732, Taft 10,409.
New York, Nov. 3.--Greater New
ork 1.320 districts gives Tat 233,-
443, Bryan 230,224. eBwn 22s001.
little Rock, Not. J.-Bryan carried
Arkansas by a rlduced majority ac-
cording to the returns, as a result of
a heavy negro vote throughout the
state. All Democratic congresanl
were cted
Deiuer. Nov. 1S.-live precincts out
Sa Wal of .146 I Denver give Taft
337. Bryan 341. L aM2 precincts of
in Veros coto* give Taft 201, Bryan

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Indaapolits Nw. .-224 pr4cincts
out of ,24n1 the state for prealieat
9ve Taft 23.14k, Bryaa .6,785. Same
i194. Roomevel 31, M21Pktr 22,-
112 *

St. Louis, Nov. 3.-Seatteriag pre-
claets out of 2,40 In the state outside
t Louis give Taft 3142, Dryan 48L.
Wheeling. W. Va., Nov. 3.-The
Wheeling %ltelligencer. Repmbican
eays with mee eaturas, Tat er
president amd i or rO neermr,
have carried the state by 1,000 &w
jority. Five comgresomen, -repub-
cans, reflected.
Cincinnati. Nov. 3.-SIteen pre-
cincts out of 4,439 a t he tate give
Taft 1690, Bry-M 1E68. mLe pre-
cacts ton 1904 gave Rooseve 1,48,
Parker lO694. -
Brooklyn. Nov. 3.-46 electloa dis-
tricts of 587 in Brooklyn give White
J3,011, Dix 81,168, Flnnimore 10,784.
New York, Nov. 3.--he Herald
ays that Tatt as 306 electoral votes,

a plurality of 1,00 in New T rk
states, and Hase cless a to 45 lu-
rainty. a Br 226 elet. o s-.
Itrise ofU7 'm a 37065.
Whitelho e 3,4
Tfhwmaelhia, Nov. .-T e Ropubli-
can leaders Claims JPeasyC ia IDr
Taft by more thana n,* plaBlty.
The iaure, they claim. will be

Milumikee. Nor. .-256 precicts
outside of Miwabee give Taft 258,
Bryan 10,046. ewit, Demomrat, as
been elected district attorney of the

Boston, Nov. 3.-I-dtca lk o are
that Taft has carried Massachusetts
by 65,000.
-New York. Nov. 3.-The Tribune
says Taft asms charred Delaware by
4, e.
Cincinnati, Nov. 3.-Taft said: "It
looks like a landslide; I can take a
shearl ap"
Newark, Nov. 2.-102 precincts
put of 1154 in New Jersey, outside of
Newark, give Taft 2 l51, Bryan 12,-
73. Same in 14 gave ooeevet 22,
.8, Parker 138.
New Yerk, Nov. S.-The World cor-
repaondeat says: Jersey City,' ninth
esgu'esioNMal district, Eugene F.
inalead, democrat, elected by esti-
mated majority at $I.
New York, Nov. 8-1.82 election
districts in New York state give
Hnghe 341,8i61. haler 210,05.
shmas 26,99. in 1904 gave
HugheS 34.088k Hemst 219,003.
Brooklyn. Nov. 3.-40 election dis-
tricte out of 113 In Queens county
gives Blackmar 4,864, Whitehouse 6,-
Brooklyn, Nov. 3.-The Brooklyn
iige concedes Taft is elected.
New York City, Nov. 3.-965 elec-
tion districts out of 1633 give Taft
168,784, Bryan 162,967, Hisgen 16,742.
Vermont, Nov. 3.-125 towns in
Vermont give Taft 25,014, Bryan 7,768,
Hisgen, 43.
Brooklyn. Nov. 3.-500 election dis-
tricts out of 587 give Taft 97.862;
Bryan 81,728, Hisge 9,3866. Governor
Hughes wired the following to Presi-
dent-elect Taft: "Congratulations on
your victory."
Concord, N. R.L, Nov. 3.-40 towns
and wards out M- 9 in New Hamp-
shire give Taft 4,388, Bryan 2,391;
the same town aad wars n 19-4
gave Roosevelt 4,408, Parker 2,472.
New York, Nov. -.-The Tknes says
the returns from the Southern state-s
shows that Taft has mae wonderful
gaas. Floria aloMe iave 20,000
more than to Roosevelt four years
Detroit, Nov. 3.-The republican
committee clakas Michigan by over
10,000 for Toat.
New York, Nov. &3-1426 election
districts In New YTrk state, outside
Greater New York, give Taft 301,853,
Bryan 21z2 Ri -s 2.71 8Same
Is 9*4: oeevait 343.14. Parker
-,240. *
IadianapoUs. Nov. 3.-11 election
districts out ot J45 in Indimana give
Taft 2MI Bryan 2,@. The same
n 1 g ave Roosevelt 2,184, Parker
New York, Nov. 3-1036 election
precincts In New York state outside
greater Now York. give Taft 238.023,
Bryan I .J,. Hisgen 2,084. Same
districts In 1904 gave Roosevelt 236,-
623. Parker 150,604.
Fargo, N. D. Not. 3.-Returnu from
points in five counties over the state
give Taft 639S and Bryan 4960, with
Burke. democrat, leading Johnson, re-
publicaa, for governor.
Brooklyn. Nov. 3.-This borough for
governor, 250 election districts out of
587 give Hughes 41,109, Chanler 43,-
677. Shearn 486.
New Yor. Nov. 3.-The World's
Jatest reoaras indicate Hughes has
been elected by 20.00 plurality. Taft
wfll probably carry New York City
by 65,0.
New Yeok City, Nov. 3.-S60 dia-
tricts out of 1633, give Hughes 83,705,
Chanler 103,305, Shearn 10.866.
New York, Nov. 3.-755 election
districts give Taft 128.887, Bryan 126,-
108, HhIgen 12,854.
Loulmville, Ky., Nov. 3.--6 precincts
out of 222 in Louisville and Jefferson
county give Taft 8,098. Bryaa 6.529;
for eigres, Sherley, democrat, 7,064:
Klaksa. republican, 726; Leslie
oaoty complete for Taft 1.402, Bry-
aa 84. 15 couatIes complete out ide
of Louisville and Jefferson county
gives Bryan 23,283, Taft 16,288.
Jackuoevite, Nov. 3.-Vcte in the
state light, the democratic majority
abeut -.6, state and national.
Baltimore, Nov. 3.-The republicans
have e ably eeted three of the

New York. Nov. -Joe
be"p re4det

Cannon has

Usatem, Nov. -21 0 cities and
towns nt Masama aetts give Taft
66 6Bryan 6.7; =ie in 1904.
RooNevelt 01A; Parker 27,879.
Dee Moes, Ia., Nov. 3.-The first
eve precincts to Des Molnae- give
Taf 1.88, BryaM 99. Same pre-
lia 414 &give Roosevelt 1,826,.

New j4rk, Nov. &-The American
stats tiat Speaker Canon is re-elect-
ed by six thousand.
New York, Nov. 3.-Seven counties
copletm eat of 119 give Bryan 911,
Tat 7,M
New York. Nov. 3.--65 districts
out of 163S Xgve Taft 150.265, Bryan
166.127. Higen. 15,073.
New Hampshire, Nov. 3.-31 towns
and wards out of 290 in this state
give Taft 3,518, Bryan 1,986. Same

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ggg:aIg; 2kagQg gg gs,

towns in 1*4 lasaBeem t -SAM,
Parker 2,76A.
New York, Nov. .-44 preheti tI
New Jersey give Taft 11.00; Bryaa
5.149; same in 19M, Boaevaelt 11,685
Parker 56. -6
St. Louis. M.. Nov. 2.--emr pre-
ctnets out of 33 In Greene coaty give
Taft 469, Bryan 284.
Dallas, Tex., Nov. .-Returns in-
dicate the election of the Democratic
ticket, both tatte and natiaal, by
usual majority.

Omaha, Nov. 3.-The Omaha Bee
claims that Taft has carried Nebraska
by 12,006.
Newark, Nov. 3.-12 precincts in
New Jersey out of 1107 outside of
Newark give Taft 4468, Bryan 2090;
same into 1904 gave Roosevelt 4473,
Parker 2314.
Chicago, Nov. 3.-760 out of 1260
precincts in Chicago give Taft 113.946,
Bryan 85,237.
Trenton, N. J., Nov. 3.-Thirteen
voting machine districts in Trenton
give Taft 960 plurality. In the same
districts four years ago, Roosevelt
had a plurality of 1156. This Indi-
cates that Mercer county will give
Taft nearly 5,000 plurality.
New York, Nov. 3.-310 |--cetion dis-
tricts out of 587 in Brooklyn give
Taft 56,589, Bryan 48,436, Hisgen 557.
New York, Nov. 3.-934 election:
districts in New York state, Taft 219.-
$32, Bryan 160,790, Hisgen 1776.
New York, Nov. 3.-The Times says
New Jersey is safely republican by a
large majority. .
Danville, III., Nov. 3.-The friends
of Speaker Joseph G. Cannon say he
has been re-elected by a majority of
6.,000 to 7.000 over his democratic op.
ponent, Henry C. Bell.
Hartford, Conn.. Nov. 3.-15 towns
give IAlley 14,640, Robertson 12.606,
a net democratic gain of 507.
New York, Nov. 3.-635 districts out
1633, Taft 107,798, Bryan 104,556, Hie-
gen 10,852.
Boston, Nov. 3.-160 cities and
towns in Massachusetts give Taft 560,-
021. Bryan 19,410.
New York. Nov. 3.-Chairman F. H.
Hitchcock of the republican national
committee received the following con-
gratulatory telegram from rae republi-
can vice-iresideat: "Please accept
my congratulations and thanks for
the zeal and wisdom with which you
have conducted the campaign. Today
success fully coaoeded."
Troy, New York, Nov. 3.-Total
vote. Taft 1,707, Bryan 1.168, Hisgen
New York, Nov. 3.--The democratic
state chairman. Conners claims the
state for Chanler by a plurality of 60,-
Chicago, Nov. 3.-550 out of 1260
precincts give Taft 76,212, Bryan 62,-

Savannah, Ga., Nov. 3.-Bryam has
carried Georgia. but returns iuao far
received indicate a large Taft aad
Watson vote than was generally ex-
pected. Out of 1669 votes in this,
Chatham county, 800 'were ;ar Taft.
New York, Nov. 3.-225 e tctloa dis-
tricts in New York city give Hughes
30,325, Chanler 33,985, Shearn 4119.
New York. Nov. 3.-495 districts
out of 1633. Taft 81,,68. Bryan 60,074,
Hisgen 7,865. 234 distrlcts'out of 587.
Taft 41.563, Bryan 45,562, Hisgen 4042.
Brooklyn, Nov. 3.-160 election dis-
tricts out of 587 In Brooklyn, Hughes
25,253, Chanler 27.390, Shean' 3,058.
Brooklyn, Nov. 3.-180 election dis-
tricts out of 587 give Taft 31,288, Bry-
an 27,848, Hisgen 3110.
Boston. Nov. 3.-The. Globe. dem-no-
cratic, announces that Taft has car-
rled, Massachusetts by 100,000 and
that Draper has been elected govern-
New York, Nov. 3.-The Tribune
says indications are that'New Jersey
has gone for Taft by 30,00. .
Pittsburg, Nov. 3.-Wheni the polls
closed in this city at 7 o'clock a very
heavy vote had been ca t. Iepibli-
can leaders claim a plurality of 4,000
for Taft in Allegheny county.
New York, Nov. 3.-210 electip2 dis-
tricts, Taft 47,411. Bryan 50,500, His-
gen 4719. .
Chicago, Nov. 3.-410 out of 1260
precincts in Chicago giv.e.Taft 50,977,
Bryan 45,932.
Concord. N. H., Nov. 3.-18 towns
and wards out of 290 in New Hamp-
shire give Taft 2,176, Bryan. 1,076,
Hisgen 16.
Brooklyn, Nov. 3.-110 election dis-
tricts out of 587 in Brooklyn give
Taft 17,632, Bryan 16.326, lisgen 1788.
New York. Nov. 3.-140 election dish
tricts out 1633 give Taft. 21,147, .Bryan
20.489. Hisgen 2138.
Buffalo. Nov. 3.-Erie county com-
plete, Taft 40.101. Bryan 35,982,
Hughes 35,357, Chanler 40,913.
New York. Nov. 3.---The Times
flashes that Taft is elected.
Providence, Nov. 3.-Returns from
two districts in state election out of
163 give Taft 250, Bryan 128,. Hisgen
1. Same districts in 1904, Roosevelt
193, Parker 121.

Boston. Nov. 3.-159 precincts in
Boston give Bryan 31,836. Taft 29,598,
for governor, Draper, republican, 23,-
463, Vabey, democrat, 43,884.
New York, Nov. 3.-73 elecUeo dis-
tricts out of 3.036 in New York state
give Hughes 20.872. Challer" 4,48,
Shears 227. Same in 1906. gave
Hughes 10,277, Hearst, 12.M3.
Amsterdam. N. Y., Nov. 3.-The city
complete. Taft 3456. Wryan 2116.
Hughes 2954, Chanler 2597.
Lincoln, Nov. 3.--Bryar has appar-
parently carried Nebraska.
New York. Nov. 3.-239 election dis-
tricts out of 3036 in New York state
outside of Greater New York: Taft
76,929, Bxan 69,336, Hisgen 314. S-ae

In 194, .esoveUt 711, ParkSr 49,-
New York, Nov. .-222 election dis-
tricts ouat of 903 eleool districts in
New York outside Greater New York,
give Huages 6A4.1; Coater ,6105;
ffSeara 21.L

. New York, Nov. 3.-47 election dis-
tricts out of 3M38 electlo districts in
New York state aside of Greater New.
York, give Taft 14,116, Bryan 8,208.,
Hisgen 175. The same districts inn
1904 gave Roosevelt 14,013, Parker
Schenectady, N. Y., Nov. 3.-The
city complete gives Taft 7,798, Bryan
5.751. In 1904 RooseveKt plurality
2.520. Chanler carries Buffalo by 5,-
Cincinnati. Nov. 3.-Returns from
Ohio are slow, owing to the immense
ballot, but Taft has carried it by a
large plurality. Taft may have a -ma-
jority in the city of New York,.he
first tim.e-he' big city has give its
vote to a republican presidential can-
didate. Mr. Taft probably will receive
a greater plurality In New York state
than President Roosevelt did four
years ago. He has exceeded Mr.
Roosevelt'*- plurality in New Jersey
and had a surprisingly big vote In
Cincinnati, Nov. 3.-180 precincts
in Otlo give Harris, republican, 14,-
148. Harmon, democrat, 14.044. In
1905 Herrick, republican, 13,113; Pat-
tison, democrat, 11,516.
Newark, Nov. 3.-259 precincts In
New Jersey outside of Newrk give
Taft 50,949; Bryan 29,724. In 1904
Roosevelt 49,949, Parker 29,693.
New York, Nov. 3.-Chairman Hitch-
cock received messages from the
chairman of the Ohio state committee
at midnight saying returns so far re-
ceived indicate that Taft has carried
Ohio by 100,000. Chairman Rosewa-
ter, of Nebraska, says Nebra ka is
very close and it will probably require
returns from the remote country dis-
tricts to determine the result. A mes-
sage from the Maryland state ealr-
man said that Taft had carried' Mary-
land by 5,000.
Salt Lake, Utah, Nov. 3.-The chair-
man of the republican committee
claims Utah is republican by 25,000.
New York, Nov. 3.--General elec-
tion returns received up to midnight
show the following results: Taft is
elected by approximately 298 elector-
al votes. Practically no- change is
indicated in the complexion of the na-
tional house of representatives. The
United States senate will retaft its
present republican majority.
Louisville, Nov. 3.--The republican
campaign committee concedes the
state to Bryan and Sherley, democrat,
is certainly elected coatfesPaa in
the fifth district.
Milwaukee. Nov. 3.-25 precincts
outside of Milwaukee show Taft 28,358,
Bryan 31,44L.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 3.-Scattered
return from every part 'of Washing-
ton ~lcate a plurality of at least
4piAN r Tft, and the state republi-
can tiket The legislature will eo
almost wholly repsiUcat.
Boston, Nov. S.-Wz. H. Taft and
Eben 8. Draper for t.W.ror carried
Massachusetts, 'the' omer by about
120,O00, te latter By about 00,000. In
the light of the returns from nearly
three-quarters of the state it is evi-
dent that the Massachusetts congress-
isnal delegation will remain unchang-
ed, 11 republcansans and democrats.
The republicans also elected their
state ticket and the usual majority of
members of both branches of tfie leg-
Newark, Nov. 3.--48 precincts In
New Jersey, outside iof Newark, Taft
48.861. Bryan 28,4471 sane in 1904,
Roosevelt 47.982, Parker 28383.
Newark. Nov. 3.-State Chairman
Murphy of. the republican state com-
mattee, claims the state for Taft by
a sweeping majority. He said there
had been a landslide. Governor Fort
also claims a big republican victory.
The democratic state chairman claims
the state for Bryan but gives no fig-
White River Jet., Vt., Nov. 3.-Com-
plete returns from the state give Taft
39,592, Bryan 11,688 and Hisgen 719.
Taft's plurality is 27,904. Four years
ago Roosevelt had 40,677 and Parker
9,800,- a Republican plurality of 30,677.
The prohibition vote this year shows
a gain for the entire state of forty-five
votes over four .years ago.
New York, Nov. 3.-Tonight Chair-t
man Mack announced that until he
'heard definitely from Ohio, Indiana,
-Illinois and other western states be
would not comment on the result.
New York, Nov 3.-The Uerald
bulletin says: New England plurali-
ties are as follows: Maine 35,000,
New Hampshire 15,000, Massach-
setts 25,000, Vermont 18,000, Rhode
Island 10,000, Connecticut 25,000.
Buffalo, Nov. 3.-At 8 p. in. the re-
turns from Erie county tadicate Taft
will have a plurality of 7,000 for presai
Oklahoma City, Nov. 3.-At 10 p. an.
tonight Democratic Chairman Thomp-
son claims the state 'for Bryan for 40,-

Milwaukee, Nov. 3.-148 precincts in
Wisconsin. including 45 precincts in
Milwaukee, county give Bryan 14,886,
Taft 19,965. Davids, Republican, for
governor, 16,665, Ward 12,532.
DesMoines, Nov. 3.-65 precincts
give Taft 10,825, .Bryan 7,813.
Boston. Mass., Nov. 3.-Bryan car-
ried Boston iu today's election by the
narrow margin of 387 votes.
Indianapolls., ov. 3.-At 10 p. m-. In-
dications are that Wm- H. Taft has
cpnied. Indiap* by.about 3.000. Taos
R. Marshal. Democratic goveror, is
probably elected by small plurality.
In the seventh congressional district,
Congressman Overstreet is-probably
defeated by a small plurality. ..
San Frantcsco, Nov. 3.-Out of 217
votes counted, in. 'Frisco the vote
stood Taft 134, Bryan 118.
St Paul, Nov. 3.-223 precincts in
Minnesota give Taft 23.713, Bryan 13.-
^-1U. Jacobso 1I87. Johasea 1436.,

Democrats Victorious
In Ecambia County
(CiwnueeiS Feam Firt Page.)
skipping entirely the balance of the
The negroes polled a big vote, In

Democratic Nominee Elected to Leg-
islature Yesterday.
cauparison to the vote they usually
cast in general elections, and it is ev-
ident that the efforts of the past sev-
eral weeks to get them out in force
was largely successful.
Owing to the slow count, because


will rpreest Esam la In the

4t the length of the ballot, it was im-
'possible to get all of the returns last
night, and it is doubtful if all the
equntry precinct returns will be in
even today.
The precincts heard from complete
on representatives and sheriff were
as follows:
Precinct 2-Kuplrlan's Park.
Stokes ............................ 24
WiWns .............................. 28t
Blacham ............................. is
Pollock ............................... 14
Van Pelt ............................ 42
Jackson .............................. s
Precinct 5-Klondike.
Stokes ................................ 32
Wiggins ................................ 29
Binagham ..., ........................ 10
Pollock .......................... 7
Van Pelt ...T......................... 41
Jackson .............................. 14
Precinct 6--Powelton.
Stokes ................................ 45
Wigglns ............................. 43
Bingham .............................. 3
Pollock .............................. 19
Van Pelt ............................ 37
Jackon .............................. 36
Precinct 7-Pine Barren.
Stokes ............................... 41
W t ns ....................I......... 48
Bingham .......... t................... 11
Pollock ...............................
Van Pelt ........................... 2
Jackson .-......... 14
Precinct 12-City-Incomplete.
Stokes ..............................
Win ....................91.....
Binghlm ............................. 62
Van Pelt ............................ 109
Jackson ............................. so
Precinct 13-City-Incomplete.
Stokes .............................. 144
Wiggins ............................. 139
Blgham ............................. 87
Pollock ............................... 74
Van Pelt ............................ 156
Jackson ....... ................ 65
Precinct 14-City-Incomplete.
Stokes .............................. 71
Wiggins ............................ ..
Bikngham ............................. 86
Van Pelt ............................. 112
Jackson .............................. 46
Pre."nct 15-City-Incomplete.
Stokes ........................... 7
Wisin .......................... 69
Binsham ./............................u 11
Pollock ............................ 113
Van Pelt ........................ 144
Jackson ..........................47
Precinct 17-Brent.
Stokes ...................,......... i

Precimnt '1-McDavid
Stokes .....................*.......... 20

Precinct o -Melo.

tokes ................................
w P k .............................
an elt.............................

PrecInct 21--niecogec.
Stokes ...... .........................
Van Pelt ............................
Jac ukmon ..............................
Precinct 21 --- Mmnco ete.
Stokew s ..............................
VaBin s ............................
Van Pelt .............................
Jackson ..............................
Precinct 27-Cfty-Incomplete.
Stakes ..............................
Wiglins .............................
PoStaksck ..............................
van P ........................

lJack n ..............................
Stakes ............................
WVgins .............................

Precinct a--City.
Stokeam ..............................
POOC ........... ....................

Precinct 23-City.
Stakes ...............................
Wiggins .............................
Bingham .............................

Van Pelt ............................. T7
Jackson ............................. 7
Prost 0-City.
Stokes ....................... 45
W i~oins ............................. so
Bin-am ............................... 2
Pollock ..............................
Van Pelt ...... ..................... 8
Jackson .............................. 18
Precinct 31-City.
Stokes ..................... ....*******
W iggin P -..........---.-- .....----- .-
Bin bam .. ...... ..... .......!-.
Pollock .............................. a
Van Pelt ...........-..... ..-...- ...-
Jacks on ...........................
Precinct 32-4ltj Inea6inte.
Stokes .............................. 30
Wiggins ................ 3 3
Bingham ........................
Poloik ............................5..
Van Pelt ...........................-V#a
Jackson ............................. I
Judge William H. Taft
Elected Presidenti
(Continued From Fkmt Page)
cations late tonight were tUt rTaft
has carried the state by 170.000, with
Deneen defeating former Vice-Presi-
deunt Stevenson by 19J000. The legi.
nature will be strongly Republican.
Governor Hughes has probably been
re-elected over Lieutenant Govwlr
Ohanler by about fifty thouasad ea-
jority. Taft probably. carried greater
New York by a small jaajrity.
The New England states went solid-
ly for Taft and Republicans claim a
landslide'. New Jermey. Rae~biam
Chairman Hitehcock ealnmian Mary-
land by from ten to twelve thomnd.
The Republicans have probably ear-
ried Michigan, but the Democrats
have elected their nominee for gover-
Indiana For Taft.
The latest indications are that Taft
has carried Indiana by about three
thousand, but kWatson has been de-
feated by Marstll, Democrat. Brya
has overturned the normal Repab3-
can plurality of 1,600 in his home cry
of Lincoln and It is estimated Taft
will carry the city by not over 200
plurality. The state is still in doubt.
Republicans claim Minnesota by
twenty thousand plurality.
Scattering returns Indicate a Bryan
plurality of about thirty-five thousMalm
in Missouri and the Democrata claiw
Kentucky by a substantial majority.
Incomplete returns indicate Taft
carried Kansas by 20,000, Iowa by 30,-
000, and Wieconsin by a good major-
ity.- Montana is very close, favoring
Pennsylvania. of course, went for.
Taft by an estimated plurality up-
wards of 200.000.
The Solid South remains unbroken,
each state rolling up a safe plurality
for Bryan.
Taft Congratulated.
Taft and Chairman Hitdhcock be-
gan' exchanging congratulatory mes-
sages early in the evening and appar-
ently have no doubt as to Republican
Bryan announced tonight that 1hi
would have no statement to make to-
night, and Chairman Mack is said to
have nothing to say until Ohio, Indi-
ana and other doubtful states ate
heard from.
The next house of representatives
will be Republican to a practical cer-
tainty, having already made a gain of
two. over tq lnt .1 -
A' verhTyfiua W cat tro -
out the Ualbwed states. mily velnw
Indicating Taft was running well up
to Roosevelt vote in 1904, while Bry-
an made good gains over Parker's
vote. It is impossible to even ap-
proximate Taft's popular majority at
this hour.

By Associated Prees.
Cincinnati, Nov. 3.--Judge Taft was
In an exceedingly happy frame of
mind throughout the evening, aad
from the -hour of -the receipt of thq
first bulletins he was confident of his
Chairman Hitchcock was heard from
early congratulating Taft on his mag-
nificent vote. James S. Sherman fol-
lowed Hitchcock wrth this message:
"My hearty and cordial congratula-
tions. Your noriplioP created confi-
dence, your masterly campaign ac-
celerated it. your election clinches It.
your administration will continue it."
Governor Hughes also wired congratu-
lations early, Taft sending to him re-
clprocatory message. At nine-fifty,
central time, Taft made this state-
"I am very much pleased with re-
ports as they come in, indicating the
favorable result for the Republican
ticket. I am especially gratified at
the definite information from New
York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, IIli-
nois and New Jersey."
ADD WM H TAFT .. .. .....
Sy Associated Pr
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 3.-Incom-
plete returns indicate that Bryan will
carry the state by the usual Demo-
cratic majority. The state Democratic
ticket has also been elected by a large
vote. Congressional representation is
Sy Assbczasmd Prm.
Raleigh. N. C., Nov. 3.-There will
probably be a slight reduction of the
Democratic majority of four years ago.
The figures will be about forty thou
sand majority for the Demoeratl. In
the eighth and tenth coessIoaI
districts the indications are for a Re-
publican victory.

I" By Asciaated Press.
Atlanta. Nov. 3.-Bryan carrieU
44, Georgia. but the early returns mldi-
47 cate the bDemocratic majority to be
7 (considerably reduced. Watson re-
., ceived majorities in three countlUs
.1; thus far reported and in two counties
Taft received small majorities. Taft
57 carried two wards in the city of Atr
1% lanta.
OSi Aneafated Pem.
4 New York. Nov. 3.-At eleven
o'clock tonight Deiocratic State
Chairman W. J. Connors conCeded
the election of Taft and HUges.
31 By Associated Prm.
New York, 3Nov. 3-1,185 election
73 districts out of 1,633 In Greater. New
64 York give Taft 209,354, Mpyaa 2e8,580,
4 Hisgen 20.773.
34 ew--* ov"M
34 LNew York, Nov. 3.-1,800 elections
57 districts out ot 3.036 Ia aew Wrk


That's what you will now
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as tbe election is over, but
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state, oetsMe of G0rter New York, -
gie Taft 360,83. -BtYGa5t -A49, Uti-
gea 3,22.
a AmealA Phas
Omaha, Neb., Nov. L-Omaha com-
plete gives Brya 10,1. Taft, 10..
Shallenberg:. Deoermt, for gover-
nor, 7Sh it. fMepbUao, S.-
SBy As"eCSat Pres.
Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 3.-OryaS
carried Arkanas by a reduced major-
ity aecordlng to catered retUrn, as
the result of a heavy segro vote
throeqg ot the state. All Democrate
eogrrmm n were elected.
& A Aese8lad Press
Atlant Ga. ov. .-A. t LeA-tirty
-Clark Howell, Deamcratie nattli n
cotta from Georgia, said the
election Is a laadslMe for Taft. f
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure ay eae of Iting. lind. Bleed-
og or Ptradsag Piles la to 14
days or a 0M7 rsoadaS. OL

Bryan Not Ready

TO b 9PhessPe

The suna arter of the % me was
turned into a temprary tel S a
newspaper onice,. anad W Jea-
.ings Bryan though wteed tM r*.
turns with mnuaest betm Me was,
however, Merhaps the Umt sIaer-
ed among smblMed to IlW
the people's verdict. Mr. Bryan divided
his time between the sa parr ad
the library, where -be reeelved spe,
Ial reports from state ohalmtea aa
national committ eea, ad fuae t
y came upstairs and read ale" the
e rg fr New Touk partio.
ulaty from up state precincts, were
of unusual interest to the c alidate,
who declared the democratic laIrease
over 1904 was about what had bees
The early returns from Brooklyn
were disappointing to the candidate,
who remarked that it would be aeces-
swy for tka Democratic vote In that
city to be larger in order to offset
the Taft vote up tate.



Mother of Will G. Dailey

Died Shortly After


Mrs. F. D, Watson, aged 53 yearT,
died this morning at 12:30 o'clock at
the home of her mso, Wma. G. Dailey,
corner of Tenth avenue sad Brainard
street, after a lingering Illness. The
deceased was well known in Peasacola
and has a large number of friends and
relatives who will regret to learn of
he, death.
Mrs. Watson is survived by her so9,.
WM. G. Dailey, a member of the
Board of Public Safety, and Mrs. El.
Villar, a daughter.
The hour of the funeral will be an-
nounced later.

pewial to -TM Jeumvl.
eekln. Nov. 3.-Unde Sam


Tid Aa were eanred today by a Joiat
sulebratiuo, arranged by the stualeat
of Pekin, in whi huaadreds of o
san&s participated. The festivdIti
markpd the 74th birthday l tOMe 49
aer empress,. and at the ame tihe
-matrbatd to the A s Oa legsS
tiom the OCitese nation's gatita
for the reduction of th Boger la
demalty ad the seDi gof the Aa
leaa Seet on a visit tahleaes we a,
terms. One of the greatest athlete csr
nivals ever held In Citia was the
feature of the aeletriiti--
Sweeiai t The .l T M
Pa~sa, Nov. 3. -nIadepn ac. Day
was celebrated today trght the
republic of Patnaas H Oh 0ss was
eelebvted aa 8le01 oWrations wef
delivered by th e t orators of the
eouatry. A geral holiday obtain
and flreweka amd explosives aWe
largely used by "e eauedustle pa'
3Baltimore, Nov. 3.-Sh-etly beloW
3.ai14 t Chafrnss Vayaeverat De-
ouaoft .esdqwartors a elr .430
lsrtfi of Taft brWa aifty
abe M t I this Z bat dM s the
trleta by 5,00, and the s@taoe fo -Y
,aa ay a soanB s awaIW ,

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Sf a w* .a rt a. Mrs. Robert W. Sublette, and she COntiu s8--1
... w..h.. ...i Col from one' of the oldest and
e 7M 1Maymost Irominent families In Florida.
-jet w .n. ha.__ andwhile her parents are prostrated
Sat k. etwhie a ..e. wmr tear? ow vethe bought that the will never
M tak w74W and yur tamb? e with tbIaa again, they cannot but
** -- feel s grt o solatUon In the thought
.Nemv e awn aw 4 that they have given to Almighty God The G Ieat I
tiy the S M t h e --- gi s a child whose life shall be daily spent
So aIsgive sng the sweet faced nuns of
00 00 f- Georgetown, adoring God and perform-
ya *ma. etas"h. I few; I t oly acts wlch are a charac-
An a i* t*o QS e la* to t *er4t e of that beautiful order, interests Cv
ro .....At- the train to bid her a last fare-
1 yuu*gal%, my dear well were *hed friends of her girl-
I -4'bwa Gaurm w Jhood, who jot in wishing her b n,- In W
PAMTY AT 0 sS a long and Mp inife in hr new
Pgoo" bwm h ad the greatest of cofratula
-. Du-5ty-- 5l t6e tionUs for the noble act which she has
See the Preges la this performed.
tII W 0081i 08 Mal of 8 and GRAVE O F LOVED YOUNG l I 1
32- s. 0ew na- -AV L -- iar WOMAN D OMATED. W
i T w l f happy ta Friends4 k ta late Miss Theresa J v
wait Iab V h a maMlhapT Te Nsv et ar that special mention
nWA aw nis swa to the credit ot the" ",tS0
Sdaring th ea le :bne of the autiful effect made
tIr maste. durig by the Al Souls' decoration of the tendance resulted from the suomano
g- ave or the -lovely gir whO paned of- the president, and a great deal of
Mu TO. P. WRIrHTON away with the late summer. Friends vaue and interest to the club re-
WL. AINTNI VEj %NINa, w d known anda loved the lament- ceived due discussion during the af-
Ib o^ .vwil ameetdat young woma se-t ~ tqastitles of ternoon. The Womans' MAISmary
s g i met 3 The. Wrihto. gge w ywaxen aBthemums from Society Is getting itself Into -ape to
t-ew 1t. hr I at "I NM., n M& the grave having been &tcoampla aneatdeal Of wWk -this
L 3.wu- Sme. Mrs. Wrighto. m literallt y" 7 -with the beautiful g i a lreadytfSnatla
L. PA EEse a'O d anC nviafbl eveut - many valuable plane for the future.
63| y am asban s Mat *RRW A L" 9 EUCHRE CLU MEETING OF EAT HLL
-1l AltAowit OF WOMAN'S The Married Ladies' Euchre club HE gla m e o ,. h -
H NHOLD u mTINr met at thhame of MXr. Ida Roh a The regular meeting of the t
y mih a gnaaar of the Wsma,'er East Ooverlament staet v.sterday a-, Hill Euchre club occurred yesterday
S emi. htM a Important meeting at ternoon, a* esceptionallpleasant a- afternoon, the club members being en-
a T y aven*fuat o at 4 ternoa having been enoyed by all tetained by H Cranston onf Mrs.
:oxek- a good attendance beftg ,e. .. to were fortunate In being a in st- Ninth avenue, in the absenceof Mrs.
ortte Maters teretan&d im- tendance. Bennett, who is spending a few days
S orteSms to t mhe m rece wed thor. Mrs. Herman Howland was success- out of the city.
dish tuIaI the time b 1ia bee ful in carrying of first honors, the TUESDAY AFTERNOON CLUB
S"t p .tably spent. A gesieal- r. prim being & beautiful battenburg MET YESTERDAY ARPERNOON.
a ~i e eIstla colitbeo -wan f. car. -t Mrs. James White was hostess yes-
e a& la:s laid for tCe smeig Mrs. Annie Blumer was the winner terday afternoon at the regular meet-
ea". T e Wiman's Iote. which is of the secad prie.i a band embroider- ing of the Tuesday Afternoon club
MigWyS t exeUnat condition, atl ed center piece. Refreshments were at her cozy home on West Garden
IAtti among the fr t ranks ot served, the guests being enthusiastic
l ibWtael orgaalsatioas and is an In their praise of -the happy event.
18iHudt B l in which Pensacola may The next meeting of the club will rT
Owl take pride. occur at the home of Mrs. Herman The Jo rnal' Da
__ _Howland on West Government street.
SCaterk Cannot Be Cured INTERESTING MEETING. .O AL AAPPLICATIONS, as they Mrs. I. M. Alken was Jostetss of the
Sos a thedisef s Tueday Bridge club yesterJay after-
ieq terer I t pe mut taeIn- neso, a moet delightful event having
s mbSl sem. Ia Catarrh Cure is been enjoyed by those present. The
3m, arts directly en the club will be entertained by Mrs.
3arb re t I dmS k=efk. It Jodge Avery at its next regular meet-
I br sa of the bet phyal- ".
asl a meutry tor yr, ws an 1 *
1beest s ae w th ME &T WITH MRS. NOBLES.
ossf .. The perfect emblna- One of tihe oat enthusiastic meet-
SI t id whtirI- nge -of the season took place amo ng
noes 15 13 SW the ladies of the Womana' Foreign
9"c noon at the home of Mrs. 1. .E.
Take lus foer sesta- Nobles. 1320 North Ninth avenue.
00-As was anticipated. a large at-
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due mat d whuH of It rkhakes it a pleasure Y.M .a j. wha M.
. / H ca ude ws an e dbe to wear then. For the am by buying heme.
s~ l e o any theH sake of comfort try us eoso FAIY -ocM.
wewith your next lot. k .
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The model here pictured was t-SO aON imported costame of
tan broadcloth, with wide b* safft nwiSm. The owa faNstesed own
the front with broadcloCa butts aid ~dmlesgal in o of three,
ad sall cloth buttons a4mmed the sleeves. The e aid edbr were
of tucked net wthk a saisked ae.


meant lo sglt bal sweep stakes yes- The exaggerat directtre hat, th
fa teuday atftetoon at the country club, wide swathing sash, the Internlnable
where events provWl of extraordinary train, have all been tabooed by well-
interest. A number of enthusiastic dressed women.
Sotf layrsw weein attendance, some The sheath skirt now appears only
SCe exceptionally good golf having" been in tunic effect, or an outer skirt of IVOry Soap in your ath
played. The results will be made pub- soft, clinging fabric, st up one
nto w eter d am -petee braad*. Thi*s .u today, side to display not "sheath hoslery." oom; or, at all events,
I" uifnius, ftbut a drop skirt, generally clouded
PERSONAL MENTION. with fine aide-plaltiags ,of aheerest there moght to be.
SCOM-PANY. lor-t --M. a"Mrs. .J.material like chiffon or chiffon cloth. ---
LOR COM PANY. Bor---s. aa... .M.. .. .... ..
06 U; I A. a daughter. A popular combination is the drop But if you use it oXly
U. 8 ,- skirt or princess aup a oft, clinging
a. Pensacoa. Mrs. E. S. Roberts *and daughter satin with a overdress tof veiling or for the bgath y=o ane ot
have returned from Rhode Island supple cloth. The satin uaTerlip is
where they have been spending a absolutely sklI tight with no dust gettingalth go
pleasant sojourn among relative and ruffle or plaiting around tbe foot. Over t od o
I' i friends, this is draped a tunic effect that teems .
.to fall from the shoulder to the hem of it you shotdM
S. Mr. R. E. McCasklll, who has in all one color, the bands or fringe
DNGS IN SILVER. end a f ew, days mong used asa finish being in self tone. Use it for the toilet as
N -P-ensacola friends, left for Deuniak With this Is worn a tucker or yoke .
s FOR HOME USE. prgs yesterday. maand long sleeves of net, either soft, well as for the bath; and
MeE dames Sara Eastman and Js. contrasting color like ecru or mode,
M301$rary, who have been guests at or dyed to match -e cloth, Xhile for
ND DESIpN. the b of Mr. a" MT. Gus Soder- dressy effect a tmoduc e r for i laundry ptq-
lind, on West Government street, ash in self tone may be added. But
m factories having a woord-wide r u- have returned home. at the best houses, strong contrasts OS too.
that lasts a setirme. n h in coloring between gown and trim-
Naval Constructor H. A. Evans, who ming are not noted with the exception,. S a
'S is making a tour of inspetion of perhaps, of a dash of black with white IVOry DOap
3vN N Psall navy yards, spent yesterday with br colors. *
SMesdames M. A. Evans and W. J A pretty Gibson collar of ec-ru net 99 P C t. P ..
lamnof 81 N. Davis street. ldH le is embroidered In deep pink and
last night for Mare Island, Cal., green and Ani with a r g of
where e --iles. ecru net.
Rev. i. C. Glenn, formerly pastor
of the First MG. G cn ch,f left er the The small plaited belt with the story frame dwelling on East Writh
Sel j noon train yesterday, after a four square buckles at the front shows a street near Cordova.
oI n t r day' iss visit wit treads small ruffle at each side of the buckle, To F. C. Bonttay to repair a wood-
day's visit with cafriendsfrqm which extends a short ribbon en building at 215 West Romans
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Walker and end. flnisaed with a tassel. It can be street.
children who havq been the guests of wO~ as a -dressy addition to an ev- To Mrs. Annte E. PMffer to repair
SMrs. Wm. Fell for the Past week, ending skirt. a wooden building at 215 South Bay-
hav Bemoved to their home o t Persian metallic ribbons are most
Belmont street. ___ fascinating, tlhe oriental colorings be- A HalsD ..adn e. .--
Miss May Parkeson of New Orleans Ii overspread with a high sheen of Do you know tt every tle yo
wdin in our will be the guest of Mrs. G. A. Wa- gold, which gives body as wellhave as- hve or cold and t ft r
Wding in ol Ur temn tfor a week. Miss Parkeson ter to the ribbon. Most fetching are th ng Uwill Jut cure its oyou
will arrive here tomorrow from At- those used either for hat trimmings are I vttn nl summm a N..
r lanta after a summer in the east or as sashes and girdles. or other Sp tamle?
Wour counters omen who are interested in pret- lm't: rTsk It Putyour l me.. in
FASHION'S LATEST MANDATES. ty novelties wilt Immediately fancy perfect health aad tp that cough
With the rise of the limp underskirt a quaint little seeing stool which is wh Balard Horelound SyruNp
day taffeta has lost Its ladLtputed reign as displayed In the art needlework do- Price 3, sad $1.00 per bottle.
petticoat silk. apartment of oane fa tie k stores. Os _Sa nd m m by W. A-
Th d t t *op of the white wooden stand is a -]AI-"e. dmga"- bei,
mThe wint nrt ocwnsare anow e pin cushion of powered silk tied with Pstret
e i mbr dery, scalloped an egeand fine ribbon. A needle book, wax and em-.
IpJa IIR -IA S elace.Downthe fro-nt m o atM ery suspended by ribbons and the
m y -A i waist is a four-inch jabot of la and hol thr poo of silk. GaOnd1'pIfH tS i- IICl NS
embtoldery. Here and there are put *Cedar brown, which suggests the --1JUxK sYS AND EGGS
flecks of colored ribbon. old time mahogany, bids fair to be a
To make a thread holder take tw popular autumn clor aad in chiffon OSpber. Chi ke an and s al-
To makeathrearts olderta, and ,'v broadcloth makes & handsome street wa, am-band.phnae.34&3"- -S.
v-y p pasteboars d heart and cover win silk placng ctue. BI. otacheP tOImt L i. hBl iear o0- J 5.
ry poc etden silk or plain silk. plain aesign oninset vest gives ust the a
Stitch firmly around the edge a desired toach 'f harma-y.
ie bead each rim with pins of different MEALS FOR A DAY. ElctC Co. Helped
colors. Next take two spools of silk Wednesday,' Novexmb 4< Fr--ia- S_ -__
thread, corresponding in color to the BIBAKA .T unig I
silk covers, and place them between ie e Pears The electric cur-rent of The Jew.

the rviceable thread oldere. for The ournaL ber for astaing te. wires. Manager
the spools cannot escape trom the LUNCHEON. Reberin stated to ye Joural ~S t
treet carried ff twoeart oilers Cold Sliced Bee, Potatoes an Grat the 5~e c eyet to do i
first honors, also rTceiAhg the lone A reception gown of ciel blue me- Vetble part i' n& es w tlye a publi the
hind. Mrs. iLRtady was awarded 2nd teor silk crepe cut en dirictoire with VegeaSb election ews promptlyand accurate-
booors, while Mrs. Fred H4inpireys a long plain skirt, whose every line. Watermelon Preerves. ly. The Journal's bulletims were a
received the hooby. Refreskanents however. it perfectL The bodice is mTea. Cake.. c'rat ness and the attracted ame-
w1e er pd... b V wAil meet ade elaborate with a yoke of white ariM- a- kt
ne. week with ra.. Fe t ady Os tel- flet embroidered In silver and outlin- Brown Fricasse of Chicken. -
Ioat street. Ing the yoke in a fola of velvet some- Stu fe Pat ae
what darker tha n material edged terngsm1 be twee OBiA O*
TUeSDAY Enrt4RE CLUB MET with a frill of narrow white lace. tt eans es aeIo Ol b s
YMSTI stAY W'TI MRS. SILVASleeves are also lace trimmed asd the V..t b t.Bls e albb. Wi pp3 LO ..... O_
A pleasaaW r est,(. crred yester- shaped, bertha of crepe is heM in place ,e i iIaII ---, ..B. a =k I
day afternoon at Ohe home of Mrs. H. by two large fancy -blue buttons. rCh e, ,, es ,- tLM M l
G. DeSilva on West Gadsde street. It i ilt a u .e WHEN YOU DISCIIMINATE A U 3 E IUf
It being the regular meeting of the oquitei accordancewt the the hen u learn what, vast digr-
TAesday Euchre club. Mrs. DeSilva trend of fashion that women *should o e there is ,betwec ordinary ex- -
was the winner of the first prize, be daintily perfumed the days.Es- tracts and the superior i b Ta a f wrthew
Mrs. I. Post receiving nd. sence I not used as mucasacet. nothing but Blue Ribbon will SLOKOUTFOR
Mrs. W. Porbes will entertain the club There are now small slips of paper yYou m ou saa o off-eda mok u ms
next week at her bone o Spring mache about the size of a visiting ca rd yu s Gla- -dtheGoMlmed"B miL
street. which are sold a dolozen I the box. Daiso1- Rucbx e Ii5 6 by Thy. [ a
These are perfuined with flowersand Dan and E hr
TOURNAMENT AT CLUB LINKS have a -delicious fragrance. One is by Noml Rebekah ULde-Na 10. L-
WAS MUCH ENJOYED. slipped into the linin gof a coat or a 0. .. Wpe.ce day tet, I 'Ssv. 4. T.Ia d32u -4o
A large number from Pensacola at- blouse or a hat and the effect is vert Odd Fellow% Hell. cor. Beks t and m-- -- .
tended the general handicap tourma- good. Baylen St. Barrias Orchstra d ft"iu At Al
The fragrance Is faint and agre- ion 25 centa. v w
able. . .
feature These cards put Into thae bureau BUILDING PeRMIATS
Fadrawer and among neckwear and hand- LATESTFAD IN
kerchiefs impart to these small arti- ISSUED YESTERDAYS
ctes the same subtle fragrance. mAI theD
One is ued a the foundation for a The following peitsl WeT e H AIR G
strip of silk or satin over which a yesterday by Building luIpector Rem-
veil Is wrapped when it is taken off. dall:
Fortunately these boxes of sachet are To Ralph A. Dvl to t Coronet Puff, Wavy and
-.-- not expensive and a woman does not one-story frame dwelling at the er- o w .
E--1i have to constiier it a priceless luxury ,or orf cetvntes d 17th avenue, straight switches, fpfqy hadr
to be palmed with a flower. To J. F. Davies to eret a oeotory fiply
frame dwelling at the ornar of e r- rolls. Hair nets in different
The directoire modes have left a vantes asI 13th avenue.
stronger influence, but only ia such To Chas. A. Hilbora to erect a one- ihades. Best goods at lowest
mi ^^^^general effects as wagger skirts, big- .._ _...__ ________
get reverse abd long, narrow sleeves. ... prc s i

fNo more saw edgs on No. 11 East IntenAmnoi St.
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-- <-c n-FOR SALE WE WILL 10 OSES TO ioooo
BDARAIS 3 oo$1000
V U-U U UnII i $ 00-For z-acre farm within 25 minutes
0I BA 3 drUive of Pensacola. Spend id on lots we have for sale on Buys a Cottage Home in
S$1175.00.o acres un.derr. fence. $300 ( ,East Hill, and let you pay for Best Residence Section
We are offering a very nice -room, one-storydwelling on North Alca- balance easy. it like rent. of East Hill, block from
ala street, with a lot fronting 45 by 12s feet. OnEast HI car line.
$1800.00. 170-Taks G-room otte with lot How about it, Mr. Rent car line; 6 rooms, new,
Can buy a one-story dwelling on North Reus street. near Gadsden Payer? bath, hot and cold water,
street, containing 5 rooms, wlt lot 60x125 feet. This is listed for only a
stat a 5 coKn ein* con- sanitary connections, 9- It nen. 40
$2100.00. E. Jackson street. Easy terms. t front and side gal
WillP get a very nie hpme on DeVillier strqt. near Gregory street, of foot front and side gal-
*-em wiith a lot t4xI0 feet.. Convedent to any car- in. Lots, other property or sale in all parts v lery. South front. Large
Si-Insurance. City Maps. of tuecity. "n__ rat. lot. The balance like _
Agents B loulnt Building.REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCI. rent. Don't slave for

HOOTON & WATSON, L. S. BROWN 6 CO. REA hP your landlord. for
NW, .. .Mlette..i5 nue car line, the
Lai f 5 ..... Ae ents Thim UlimdlF FUi %NISHED ROOMS near business see- n car REAT
OfficeSg oeNd FiW. f, 116 W. Romana St 4novlw* cheapest property 20s s. Paess St.
S- ROOMS and board at 4 5 E. Zarragossa in this section $1100
"street. 4novlw*
FOR SALE. FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished rooms J 0 W BU0ck, Jr,
LIFn ,n nice family, close to business center. h o *W* vaM c r
I FOR SALE--A birT dog for sale. Apply Apply No. 204 West Romana street. PHONE MG 11
1i,01 E. LaRua street. 4novlw* 24octlm* RcB
Rooms 304-306 Thoiesen Building
FOR SALEORRENT7-abreee cottage FOR RENT-Two completely furnished _______Roos_0__0_Th ____iyu
on Santa Rosa sound. Good outbulld- rooms. suitable for light housekeeping, .'Ree. like you
A beautiful home on. LakeView Avenue. House and about 19 acres land. extending with use of gas, bath and phone. Apply nenyor ae w
Pensacola bay to SantaRoa Sound. phone 122 or at 515 N. 7th avenue. -- Uy money for you a
has six rooms and bath, all modern conveniences; Harry W. Gibbs. 27 S. Palafox St. S3novlw*
svaux TTD HELAWA TE )?w-1 '- *... IfreFINE ROOMS with board, at No. 4 East WWAN. property, farm. ti
ten lots with windmill, fruit. trees, grape vines, etc. A BEAUTIFUL HOME FOR SALE-No. Gregory, corner Gregory and Palafox C or dent upon "oal b
An ideal buTrban home, just three blocks from the S16 East Gadsden street, 2-story. 7- streets. Hot and cold baths. Electric WANTED-A first-class bookkeeper. Ad- direct from own
Room house, good condition, now rented, lights, etc. 3novlw* dress P. 0. Bo' 177, Pensacola. Fla. are a capitalist, t
car l and near Bayiew Park. Can be purchased for 5 month. Can be bought for no plain every day
Cw e d $35W0. Terms $30.00 mrmonth. Has large FOR RENT-Newly furnished room, close can place it for
for $3800.00 if taken at once. a ubade t eIn on ear line. Apply 238 W. Govern- NID-A ook. Apply 227 I e recommended
pecially, accommodated at 138 East WANTEI--Good nurse. Apply 211 West ]L -
LL XTTT A M & *. L URT* FOR RENT. Gregory. Mr. S. E. Smith, formerly of Cervantes street. 3nov9
F OR'NT-ooz ott C I FO RET-Tw rooms completely WE WANT AT ONCE a good .hingle
FOR TT--6-rooT T AND tLeANS o Deoton FOR RENT-Two rooms completely fur- sawyer, I packer and rter for cypress
RE AL E TATE, RNTS AND JtOANS. Street. near Palaftox, bath 1 and nished for light housekeeping. Gas mill. Good wages. Pay day first Monday
N W. Intenenca t. Phone 271, water. J. Emmet Wolfe 91 Noxrange and bath. 110 N. Alcani St. Phone in each month. The J.J. McCaskill Co.. A BEGINNI
i PESACOLA, FLA. 4novlw* ga. Inovlm Freeport, Fla. nov3tf Not the sum
FOR RENT. THREE OR FOUR omrortably furnished WANTED-Stenographers wanted; state nor the
Dweiltings (Noth Hill.)- rooms. Use of kitchen, with wood or salary. Address Alfred Moog's mail or- y Innrean abovl c
S2-story dwelling, North Hill 1 range. On car line, near bay. 01 E de department, Box 177. nov3tf and ndendene.
"q WANTED. FOR'SALE. 2-story dwelling, North Guille- It is not alone
- mard. 12 -rooms ..................... .00 FOR RENT-Parnished or unfurnished WANTED-A White girl to do general moderate Income
2-story dwelling. North Palafox, front room, southern and tern e- housework and live on place. Must fur- f h should regularly a
y*ANTED-Evey to knOe that we FOR SALE-Ltver and white pointer pup. 10 rooms ............................ 4500 posure, hone and bath, to des nish references. Apply Mrs J. II. Col- come, the larger
n g on te a" turaing out four months old. Full blood. Phone Dwelling(West En) rooms north Hill. Private family. d- li. Corner 13th avenue and 14th street. n2eed to make ade
a material for .in* .t e8a5. 1nov1w No. 320 North Barcelona.5 rooms 35.00 reas Box 574. Raug novRtl a form of Invest
b n ltim al I No. 508 West Garden, 6 rooms .... 25.00 Ut ed habit for those
2 cad en St." noevltf FOR SALE-Several head mules, all in No. 317 North Bakeelona. 8 rooms 2. FOR RENT---Comfortale furnished room WANTED-Every man. woman and childork, for firm
good working condition. $65 and up. No. 521 West Garden. 7 rooms .... 20.00 with gas and bath, one block from Pala- in Pensacola to know about the great ,
-- .} *Come early if yon want a bargain. Gar- No. 402 West Intendeotala, 7 rooms 20.0 fox street. 110 W. Chase St. ctm reduced price sale we are having in cloth-nvestmnt for the
St aNdMADE. f.m y o .. 4 ld Ic. Factory. tt No. 518 West Rolmalna. 5 rooms .. 12.50 Ing and general merchandise. E. Green- employ money tha
or hum6an 6, from yourownsd aNo. 423 West Romana. 4 rooms... 10.65 TWO NEWLY furnished rooms. with blatt. 139 E. Intendencia St. 1o(tlm Statesis sure of a profit
or hum an hair urshed. Lu FOR SALE-Thoroughly kiln-dried rough Four-room dwelling at Fisherville 10.00 bath room attached. Apply 216 South borrow or loam
e 33. slmo* and dressed lumber, wash, doors and Dwellings (East End.) AlWcanl street. "18oCtlm WANTED-Hustlers,. ladies or gentlemen.,
bi 1ta, high-grade paints, oils and build- No. 116 East Romana. 10 rooms .. 0.00 to canvas for useful household articles. 4-2 OW
ers' hardware. Saiunds Mill Co., ~n E., No. -72 NorthS th Avenue. 5 rooms 20.00 ROOMS FOR RENT-Centrally located. Quick sellers. Good money. Apply .110 Phone 37.
WANTED-To give you a chance at the Garden street- novltf No. 417 East Gregory, 5 rooms ... 1.1 0 Good neighborhood. 18 E. Garden St. E. Government St. 4o(-t
groatbargain in clothing and general No. 238 East Intendenca, 46 rooms 1S.00 17oetim
webcandise now beig given at my me F.OR -Try a barrel of rosin chips. No. 813 East LaRus, e rooms .... 13.00 WANTED-Everyone to know that th
E. Greenblatt. 13 E. Intee dI Le Best for a quick and good fire. Phone No. 816 East Wright, 5 rooms .... 1250 FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOM-- Easest and cheapest way to get ex-
ctI 9m 5 C. ECovington, 2 rajnard St." Stores. Offices and Halls in all pa- Also rooms for light housekeeping at a.tly what you want at once is to put M N TO
m of the c- (yFishervalile on the -- b erms reason- an ad. in The Journal' s Want Column.
WANTED-Old hats to remodel had new I novm* of the cit s Blunt Bu a M 6le .Mr C. o A e. Ph i- re1 on-63. Everybody reads them and they bring
es to make to order. Dressmaking FOR SAo-hBaby carriage, In good con- HOOTON & WAT Ni loMS. resu every i me.
rochttd notes. r Evelyn o ostT RNTAL A T will sell cheap. 431 .FURNSHD ROOM b the day, week REPRESENTATIVES to solt. exlu- estate in any mount from $1. p.
rtCall and InstLoRut Our LiSt.. 30oc. tI m*E gess t.h. ply O N. Pie asfo St n sively or side line. the Saloon. Drug You have worked for your money. now let
IW-o o b at teseo- FOR SA Peaity ofenacoai Call and Inspect Our Lists. Phone 54. or mouth A ppl yxper. 3N.o.trdeSt. D is wor. oran yho TA E r sdi htr
sector. Can furnish best city refer- FR RENT-arge brick warehouse n TWO NEWLY FUD ROOMS for teed under the Pure Food Laws and
eomwots. Address "Primrns l921 th Ave- lac at ntesdp t ro n. Foro.further Railroad street. Apply to Jan. McOHugh. lL GR L EEnROOMS for oteed under the Pure Foodrs oawos e Are you gettns p cent net for
3otw lnoovw no son street. 7etim pital purposes. An easy seller. Write your money? If not. don't get a
quick for prices. territory, etc. Box 294. that is "commg to you. We eat
TEDTO BUY-A good horse r FOR addler either lady FOR RENT- FOR RETRooms ultaleforlight Covington Kentucky. 5octm on first m on c
general delivery work. Apply .eithe A warehouse w private e ho ueka dToo
crrhaee Sosrytw. G Apeplyn D. nJ.orga aomdnC. oplAypcorneryrtheavenue. Srtoe g.Appty" corae rs ei Cervantes 51 N.r
.Am and o at. et v RECEE and Cordt otref. l 1467. Ioetlm WANTED-An experaen-ed cook to liv'e di Ihall eg to se all
1 t novw $15 to p 20 each. on premises Apply Southwest corner P alalx.
WANTED--Position by ym lady te- OR L One block mare with har- IS .W. C corner Zarragossa and DeVIl- -- Blount street and 12th avenue. oot2t1tf
Inograplwr. Can give reference. Ad- FOR SALE-One black unre with bar- tiers. $50.00. jIOEEEDoaOid
.Jas21osndk buggy. Also yh woung 317% south Palafox, upstairs pool MISOUS. WANTED---An experienced solicitor to OnEr en short a sOtice. t-
ASI tS.e d-e v bn Cl -aat 1000 North AI- room. $30.00. sell blankets, comforts, bedspreads,ds term. urban l ts mold on easy y.
S RATE-A srall cash re Jotn oAdtltf s St. novltf stores. Gadsden and th avenue, $10. HAVE YOUR TYPEWRIITERS repaired rugs. and lace c-rtains. on weekly or Imes. J. Qa Ce., 2 W. en
SRegiter," Care Jouernal. ortl7tt 104-106 South Tarragonna St., $".00. and put in working order. Price reason- monthly installment.-. Solomon Furniture
WATED-ou to know t th olo FOR -N family horse and run- Houses-able. C. J. Allen, Typewriter Expert. Co, IV. Government St. loctlm MONE LOANe a
n Furniture Company blankets, about fr se cheap, at the Pensacola 119 W. GrBalenry. $2.0.00. Walker's Book tore, Phone 683. 3novw NLE SAM wants Mail Carriers and p r t h t
comforts. bedspreads, rugs. and lace cur- Livery Stables. novltf Fisherville. modern. $17.50. NORTH HILL GREENERY-Flowers for Postofice Clerks. Examination here a r noce. T e .
Jats d on weekly or monthly taThat 4 old gentlepn G1 o. Romans. $15.01.N 1 R u pttam itons f R
9P971 and mour salesman5$ll. FOR SAE-Tat 4y old gentle pony. 519 W. Gregory $.00. ll ocason. Chrysanthemums, Carna-na-Nvembler.IR.EXaminations dfrRailwaYt slW" er.rd.. Cu tos e n e
canuggynearly new. harness and umbrel- 119 N. Greg $I$.".tions and Roses. Designs a specialty. MWalhington com Clrk an Clerk yaty 1
Co W. Gov m la. . Go, ox 43. 31octw* 1 ro St Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. oct27tf Common education .ufficient. Prepara-
37 E. Romana. $25.00.monfedateo n kinnt ute.
V WANTl to make your stencils and FOR r H account of leaving the orn $0.00. CUT LOWER-rders taken for all oc- tio free. N rite. Franklin Institute OTICE
Dcity, I win wl my home with all fur- 1220 N.S $.caslons, particular for weddings and Rochester, N.Y. 6octlm* NOT OF REMOVAL.
eyand do any kind of lec6 cl or 1. 2Ney hrehn1t. 133 .f. r as .MN. tsrh $17..0.
..-banical repairing. Lloyd & Baroco. 5 n0 West* .....
WesthRomans..Phone6ig. urseptMIntendenciaSt.Il&octin 11.-.Reeta5n. $7.00.funeals.Po
ut ean eg. 5 g an hnl, compete Greenblattu 1 0 \Vest Main $.00. Baylen. Phone s l2. R2oct NOTICE OF REMOVAL-I have leased
t eiB.Phoe 1.0"s1 O-. Itenau $7.OL. IF Y WANTED a nice carriage and -- 1- -; ,: the store. No. 101 North Palafox St..
WA TEYT our orders for fresh meat JUST RECEIVED a shipment of ti 1301 W. Intendencla, $ON N. A IFYOU WANTED a nee carriage and for 3 vars. I shall be lad to all my
andhveFe6.Delive a e ptat c nr bsh East Garden St. calling, where would you go to get them? WEST FLORIDA d friends and ma. new ones there.
ogg. Phone 115. elpe Cor. Gregory an Tarrao St. 3octw* FOR RENT-Store building on . Phone Liver Stable, or rtt WANT ADS.
UVANTlD__AII hiads of second-hand 350 MEN'S SUITS to go at $4.60, values Corner Zarragossa and Baylen streets. _
smks ig them to us: ship them to from $10 to =0; 300 boys' 82 and $:1 Apply McMillan & McClure, 9 W. Inten- IF YOU WANT TO BORROW money; IV__OYS__RS
s-themtou hn t e t a denca St. Phone71. octItf or if you would like to lend some at a p FRESH OYSTERS
Garden and Alnis stre..Telephone January stO. E. Greenblatt, 139 E. In-- APALACHICOLA.
.F. 8.- Molten & e Gsept tendency, St. 3loctIm FOR RENT curity, try The Journal's Want Columns. E"i e
ILM el na h eCetStores. It i the quickest, easiest and cheapest FULLER HOTEL. Apalachicola. Oldest Every day.
DeLuna, Street ....................$25.00 way. established hotel In city: free baths, B D o
WANn A homeq tfhr lets on*Eat o kiORns; alE-oneu Edisofurnitnre ofgall 309 E. Intendencia Street........$ 6.00 best servlee. Rates $1.50 and $2.00. Spec- ster t
J. .~C w s, N. ats St s op awe, nea n, in 16 S. Tarragon Stret .........$ 10.0A H. McLEO.D & CO.. Sa. makers-Can- lal rates by week S. Jenkins. rp. l _epot has moved to
r edition. Call or write Mrs. L. C. Crabtree. 10 S. Taagona Street ..........$12.00 vass from 14-inch to -inch, of all. 112 South Palafox St., Phone
vANTZD- r shwoes to rear while P. 0. Box 7. Moline. Fla. 30octlw l ............ .2 weight Large supply of Awning Goods.
yes vwalt. S. oe te minut es. N.Palafox street ..............$4 .00 Tents, Cots. Hammocks. etc. aways in 1210
Sm Chrles. n1 eouts p street. FOR SALE-My horse, buggy and har- Store near Palafox Street. stock. 708 South Palafox. 1aug PENSACOLA ELECTRIC .
enM&4S adl 1042 C1O P nes at asacrifi e oud. gayWhite. Care g Hue
P e F.4 0. l Ar1 $taro nesaT Jo. W hiern e. t e S(hite, carw National Hotel, 18 rooms .........w $a.00 MERCHANTSdm TRAh FE! CO.. Thor. l COMPANY
u. umgn m an Te or 300 E. Wright Street ............$25.00 Ther e Prop.. soUcits all kinds of
e IoR eaa i orely adtres.sBl N'. 8th Avenue ...............10.00 phone 975. Depot phone 704. llanet Pensacola-Fort Barrancas Schedule. Has recovered and will resume practice
43 cheap, c wa person or address Box WINTER DAILY SCHEDLUE.
1107 East Cervantes ............. 15.00 YOU ARE JUDGED by your printing. Effective Thursday. October 1, 19. during regular office
FORSAE-avaeEai-nAle-ife. 903 North Reus Street .......... 15. It costs no more to have the best Have .Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Earrancas. Building. .
EDU-ATIONAe.4 W. araossm treet.......... .it done t the Mayes Priating Co., 24 W. 5:30 a. m......................600 a. m.
perfect condition. Both for $25.00. Dr. C. 91A l otft tt .15.00 7:15 a. n. ................... 8:O a. m.
FULLL CONSERVATORY COURSE, Nor- Ray Mitchell, 402 Thlesen Building. 1 1211 E. Cetrogatest reet ........512.50 JNO. A. BERG---Maner of walls, tents, 3:00 a. mi .................... 8:45 a.m. A lot of oId nn.spaper,
me lmet.o d armon heoor, Peda o. -"teft 1th Avenue and 13th Street .. .12.50 awnings, tarpauins, dray scores. Igent 8:45 a. in.................3:30 a. m.U a e o

Blomeley. Fernhill Vineyard. Contonment. 613 E. Government Street....... -- 11:43 a. mn...................12:-30 p.
MISS BARNU31. of Chicago. will receive Fl.., or apply to Clyde Blomeley, Union 1307 K. Strong St. ......... ......12.50 12:30 p. m.................... 1:5 : 0.C
popfl in vo-ce culture and beginners Trading Store. :5octlm* 1307 a-. Strong Street ...........15.0 1:15 p. m. ...................2:0 m. o c
W he t 601. 3novlm* From APena-ola.m or 1ire s Addm 3or. 10th Avenue and Strong St.. .215.0 FOUND--Pocketbook on Palafox street. 3:30 p. Th.........4:1vp.
"MI8 HART, Contralto at the Presbyter- P. O. Box 782, Pensacola, Flm. a r hoe cn baho Owner an scure same b pprooing 4:15 p. ..........Sat. ot your door, n10 a week.
uilsn singing wu he would ao tiehot and cold water: can be rented fur- Peet. at Sol. Cahn & Co.'s. 4novlwI 6;:00 p. m. 5:45 p. m. 6:30 p. in. 7:00 p. m.
givelemons freent. t wouls wit o FOR SAL--A large mare mule in first- rnshed or unfurnished. I servant houses -0 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 7:15 p. m. 7:.0 p. mn.
giv 1weoco fr to two pupidy wtth eood clasl condition. The Fisher Real Ftate in yari: blocks from car line. FOUND--The right place to buy blankets. 8:00 p. m. 7:13 p. m. S:00 p. rn. 8:30 p. m.
soene e oro.e t R h antraining. .or. Roman and Palafox 8te.. two Oe- talmf on weekly or monthly payments. 10:00 p 8.:45 p. m. 9:30 p. in.10:30 p. m.
earnings at 2.2 Spring St. or phone 445. FOR SALE-One Fay-Shoales Typewriter, ces upstairs. Call phone 971 and our salesman will call. 11:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 10:15 p. m.11:30 p. m.
,nov!t practically new. Address Box A. A.. The Fisher Real. Estate so*o*nen Furniture Co.. W. Intendencia St. 10:15 p. m. 11:00 p. m.
MR. WILLIAM PACKIrrAM, Mu-. Ba-. P c,0Agency. The 7:1. a. n. train from Pensacola will
hrcah.tea cds cthorm astr ftuttgrt FOR SA.--Blankets, comforts bed- '"THE RENT C ETOeS." "THIS FOR THAT." r.a a. lainhfreor arenr. The a:10
system), singing (open throat Italian er monthly payments. Phone 971 and our FO.. train h roe Saturdayus wil ak : o0all
metho), organ and theMr( nclng saJlsman will call. Solomon Furniture E FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A 5- w eae on Saturays. wn a
er.,ida otlm* o G ro t Journalrs Want Columns. The cost ts room house with all modern convenlen- The Pensa.ola-Big Ba .. local wl. be .


f For a beautiful and at-
i tractive home on the Bay
Shore and Electric car
line. A two-story, 8-
room and hall house
Terms, $500.00 cash and
1 balance payable in 1, 2, i
S3, 4 and 5 Years.

t*o P.nsao.. a, Florida

self, are not in business for our health.
hat count. We get them and make

mber and turpentine lands. Not depen-
liyers exlusively. We handle property
rs only, anywhere in the South. If you.
trustee. guardian, administrator or a
business man with a little money. we
you on real estate first mortgages, to
by one or more of our local banks.

of money that you earn at your oehu-
roeft of your buslne Is what will mae
mfortable. It's what you save, It s the
our spending that renders you happy
the wage earner, or man with only a
to whom the idea of avming money
appeal. In moet cases the larger the in-
the living expenses and greater the
quate preparations for the future. As
nent for the beginning of the having .
with accumulating funds that may be
with large cash reserves aad for truI- st
rs, and executors awaiting permanent
ir trusts, there Is no better way to
n to invest In "Kupfrian lqrk." whiek
able return.. We buy or sell Vieal ettne,
money for l pu and guarantee satisfaettin.
[-CLARK CO., Real Estate.

The following report is futrnhed d.Aly
for The Journal hb Marks & Gayle, y. 0.
EL cotton meethants, PeMna(seta, Fla.r
Good middling ........................9*
Strict middling ..........................
M iddling ..............................8 (
Strict low middling ....................%
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 2.-The following
ar. the naval stores quotations:
G ................................ 30
N .................................5 5
M ....................... ...........5 2
K ..................................4
II ....... ...... .. .................
i .................................2 75

Markets mn. ....
Ar t Neither the Captain. OwnrT
WW nor of the Prenc. -
s tesship Trina-. will be re-
.spontible for l.-bts 'ontracted
by th. Crew ,f said vessel.
E. H. L)OI,U,
JOHN A. MERRITT & 'CO.. Captain.

Seri mlss Turpentine Stils
P ies acola Fla.

All Work Tested sen Guarantea.-
Wrift us er proem e Wo a- ma- M.4"

Pensacola, Flmk

...--. ........ FR S E e small and results almost certain. At any res. close in and close to three car lines. ;oiseontanueo. except on naturnay after- U jne vr
FOR SALE-Timbered land in large .orra te y are wokh trying, for you have Will exchange for city property. John N. I noon .
In ves ent Co.. Flomaton, Ala oct3tft and nothing to e. Day.East Garden street. aug Local freight leavesPensacola at
2% feet long. 44-nchIF YOU HAVE anything for remt why not -10:15 a. m.
.LAUNCH.22E feet long. 44-Inch beam. advertise it I these cohlaIs? Every- - . -- 3:30 p. ii.
IOA)T-Between 8 a. m. and 12. clock. H.P. engine. Speed about 10 miles pe one is sure to see it. frThrough freight leave e Penm.a-ola at
noon. November 3rd. 19. $4.00 to bills hour. Apply A. A. Wrighton. 6 W. o-t _ LIVE ST C 1:15 p. mn.
a elastic around same. Return to C. P. mana street. sept3Otf T ALIVE STOCK SUNDAY SCEOULE
SEIean. and receive lIberal reward FOR SALE--A fte 2-story house with all HOTELS. AND POULTRY First car leaves Pensacola a 7:00 a. m.;
4novlw modern convenlences. on East Hill, one P U second car at 8:n0 a. m.. and from that
OST-Brobwn velvet eo tw block from car line and on a corner fac- Odnwspaers se at all tie hl Lg our on. the week day s- hedule wi"! be
off.ic nTro v rhetle Pos t-Ina mouth ad eas Lamle lot. $3500." e- th sor? 0 the home The observed, except a car will leave Fort
iand iJou Theatre. Return to FOR SA.L]- euiful home on Bayou o l at fre e pmocr
Penscola Electric Co.s Garden s5tneot of- Chico. the iet movement cost more They TO *I ed d cwivoni i EGGS are Eggs) Conkeys Laying Tonic. raca at 5: p. instead of 510 .
lice. 4novt than the sale price, at $400. e EGGS are Eggs) is effective. Freight ar will make but one trip,
OST-t ed or Stolen one s l dar atA 5-room bemis and 56 lts onea East Hill. F. S. MELLEN & CO., Phone No. 334. i leaving Pensacola at 9:O0 a. m.
2A) r$150or.tolW. one small dark at 41&. 'INTER RESORT-The "*Old III'"-in
- wn des answers to name of Gyp A 5-room house 3 lots on West Gar- on bay shore. 10 minutes ride from City FOR SALE-Bayview Park Poultry yards, WEST HILL SCHEDULE.
Ilas yellow eyes. Tag No. 922. Reward dea., 1 on electric car line. will be open ftr the Cor. 14th street and _20th avenue, have, Passengers wishing to go to West Hill
1for reter to 319 W. Belmont. Inov3t A 6-room house. corner lot, N. Spring winter Oct. 1. All modern cveneices. Black Minocras. Barred Plymouthrock-., will take North Hill cars and transfer to
St Close l 32230. Address Miss Lillie Jasior. "Old MW'' pure bred cockrels and eggs for sale. W. West Hill car at La Rua and Devillier
y by not seeing The Saun- A 5-reom eouse and 3 lots on North Inn. Pensacola, Fla. Phon 388. T. Tracy. octlltf streets., except every week day after 5
d- i Company before purchasing ri at $13. p. in. and Sundays after 3 p. m.. when
material I the builders' supply line. 29 -AE lot on the corner of Chase and LOSJT-A ge odpportmi te s int ,r -. PEOPLE are finding out every day that West Hill cars will run through Palates
B. Ga4den St. novltf DeVI streets, at $200. ange or ell wht eu hoav. % le The Jeurnars Want Columns are all street to the postofflee and to West Hill.
Cottage an W. Government St. $100. y1 dEir e U t la I lt Jeaer n l's that is clime" for them. Why not try PINSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY.
J~O., .S AYED OR STOLEN--One 1- Cottage on Little Bayou at 1500. ehma. then and get what you want? ALBA H WARREN. M r.
m theM white and liver pointer. Some business property on Palafox,
a ed port. aad one 4-month-old white- Garden. Baylan and Intendencia Sts. Pri- EVERY HOTEL In West Florida ans TO CATTLE OWNERS-I have a pare
with-m-n-e me-ter ama ed Sam. Lib- ces on request. South Alabama should carry a small ad lre Jersey bu tfor service. Rates $2
eral reward fo retin to W. BarrT- Also some tarms for sale. Ir this column. The cost Is oly $1. tn advance. Reger Owsley. corner 9thi ,Subcribe fr The Journal
i .B F. D. Cottage f M1i, Fla. 3loctim; JOHN N. DAY. 6 East Garden St. Lr math for tour ussm or Imm. avema~ 24t X streeLt tev. a Subscrie for The Journa.


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bem of the nobility who 4mave been
iEveryiwemancves=ashape- Iraised or created nobles, t untitled
Royal birth participatin in s Wh mar-
deplomfit n eOcheir gir riages. In the case of my daugitter
sh forms aftr N atriag. and the duke it was not alone the op-
iTh1ti e ]= of oiss tionof the dowager enmpess that
ofteH rctivc lto d ieUT had to be overcome, but the crowned
oftc destrctiV to the he2ds of Europe are interested. King
AN of ii A fts can be avoided by the use of UNIF11 M ON HIEward and the German emperor
before baby o as is e the have said that they do not look with
body for on it, ad preserves te of favor apon the alliance."
Meate's r i kes thedan of caies ath Weather Conditions Were ---
d T grate- Favorable, There Having TALLAHASSEE. | Caps! B C
|tH ofEthed beneft OWBeen 24 Clear Days. s s
Tallahassee. Nov. 2.-Since the
e AM AM Following are weather conditions passage of the Buckman bill, the at-
u go theeohofOctober:-urned to the the e state schools for s a p s
as they prevailed in Pensacola dut- tention of the citizens of Florida has
.. ___ Amopheric Presure. a large part of the educational ad- r
hemean atmospheric pressure for vancement of the young menand w-P rices T
the month was 30.07, the highest oc- men..Nor have the people been dis3- A t G rea ly
curring on the 13th. being 30.50, the a4ppo!nted in the results of the wOO: G
LARGE STOCK OF west being 29.88 degrees onte Fr tyl ee our biuth windo
Temperature- Any one who has watched the pro-
The highest temperature ocenrwlug ress of the Col'ege for Women during For st es
T0t ot fa t ztneaw s Ul. first, when 83 degrees was regltereJ, Dot fail to realize Its inner as well as F IO p IcsS, V a ly
the lowest being 45 degrees o the its outward growth. T:e fourth ses-
ry W L White ickory Wage 29th. The greatest daily range wa sn now in progress shows a decided
-noted on the 1st. being 27 dekre. advancement in -every line of wor-k. T
the least daily range being onthe 9th. The system of classification shows
SWM. JONON & SON 'Another fae indication is atsnParkero & Ree
Sae past 29 y e ba been c9 degrees; that the students have always been it
the absolute mst.-nm for ethe mea able to adapt themselves most admir. Everything to W ear.
during this period having been 95 Wti- ably to the college environment. A
s--- *-grees. The absolute minimum has been spirit of wholesome interest and good tali^ ^g.Xl-rw--i-
___________________________________________ |g38 -degrees, the average daily denc- feeling exists among the several ae- XXXXXX-x" )
T.. lency as compared with thb meas for apartments. for the College for Women _nTn -- ...
Sthepast 29 years being 3.9 degrees. realizes that a liberal education is
The accumulated deficiency since an essential factor in making the fu-
Sverage daily deficiency since tiat The latest issue of the college b,9l- i.| n| l|W 1 -
,I E laBtNR U Tn, whi UI date having bee2 0. et which is sent out even quarter, UUk lU1 Ul I I v-e / S
Precipitation. is an excellent presentation of the sit- Well rooted and well grown, tr
The total precipitation for the action of the institution. It contains li8 name and grown especially for plain
month just past was 0.03 Inches, the a moderate and correct statement of uuin the So We in idalso
greatest precipitation In 24 hours be- what the institution is doing, also athe Sou. we led in ideal so
of Dannhe er ,Ig.27 Inches, ad occurring an the dignified, commendable plea to the loam, underpaid with a stratum of ca
Oth. The average for the month oor- voters of Porida in the election pen- n der vis n ofe r
ing the past 29 years ias been 3.3 it. whose lifework it has been to study the tree- and ph
sold at No. 13 W est Zara- iches. the deficiency as compared in the fArst place, the attitude of Tree mae because we know our trees-know
with the Octobers of29 -years past be- the college to the public, as shown in He Gives New Instructions "test-orchards" we see the parent trees grow, bloom
gossa Stremt at4 12 m on Ing 3.60 Inches. The accumulate* de- this bulletin, is considerate as well as
.ficiency since 'Jan. st'has been 9,9Sincere. There is a jst ,recognition For Se ml-tropieal P
inches. of the right of to t people and of th o the Sentinels at CampSemal
Wind. responsibility of the school.
The prevailing direction of the wind In the second place, a statement of Nemo. Everything we ofer has been tested and found t
T h e" "mN ovember 1r ffor the month was northeast, tCae to. actual work in each department is --. the Southern States, Mlexico or West Indies. We he
tal movement being 6773 miles. The made ia coacise terms. Any one who the varieties we know will do best in their sections
average hourly velocity was 9.1 _eAd-those t .atements and wiho sees Special t The Journal.
Smiles the maximum velocityofr five h4 reactionary influence at go out Canmp Nemo, Samburg. Tenn., Nov. complete o acres of ground keep it so-- Cit
08Public minutes occurring on the tth. when wih the students, cannotfail to real-.-ast night passed quietly here nary Fruits, ShadTrees and Ornamental Shrubs
iLFIAIat OU.U Itcry, the wind blew from the northwest at ie thatthe Institution is work of This morning about 3 o'clock Colonel years successful business, each year larger than th
the rate of 26 miles per hour. the strongest possible support Tatom called the omcer of the guard the satsfacto our stock has give.
ThJere were 24 clear days during The results from the literary and and changed his instructions slightly Wre m 37 r a Cepy .f Our N, -
October. 2 partly cloudy days. 5 eclenUtf department alone are suf- by ordering him to instruct his sen-
which were cloudy. aaf 3 upon. which ficiAent to satisfy the public; but this tries to call "halt!" three times, and
A FREI IwIO G T usft *.01 inches or more of precipitation is only one oft several departments then if the order was not obeyed, to GLEN SAINT MARY NIRl
S fell. that show excellent records of tthe work fire, but to fire the first shot above
done for Florida girls. Equally good the man's head. If this shot did not CO ANY
I I AI reports come from the Industrial and stop his or their advance, then he
Fine Arts Department. must shoot to kill.x *
___ _/ I IIIIlCGan the college have any higher It now begins to look titat Union c. P.. Tre
this date is 71 degrees and th. am& l lUUl IVIBLL IU recommendations of its work than City will be the center of interest In
a T1! -YTOLD.' Age minimum 56 degrees.O L M tL that a large per cent of its graduates the night riders troubles instead of
.T..R. ..Y TO D. return to work for a Master's Degree- Camp Nemo. Nearly all of the news-
S^ EVERYBODY, EVERYWHERE TllOUrn TnII Or that these graduates receive full paper correspondents -have left here
Likes Blue Rtibbon Vanilla Extract. TI| iAlrecoTnition tf their demees in one ox for that point, and the telegraph, wire t h it o en, p wa e"
SAbsolutely pure. Goes twice as far the best univefts e country. will probably be done away with toe had been almost his person.
J. inesetal.oBeha is 0 as other brands and the Slavor is per- luBll LU I C And that other graduates e Ailling morrow. a i l the a lament of s emlo
St J. n thai, f fet. some of the responsible positions -ii The general opinion among the sou-
businessI visitors to the city. te. the leaching profession f the ate? der here is that a few more raids, but Governor Coer oratory of
rest ind Bry- _Worren "postn to M rig of The Bulletin has also preshted will be made before they are moved J William, of Section. as bee selling
imonest .d B yan R. W ,.n of T] .' -i Opposition to Marriage of the subject ofthe etmet of. the elsewhere, butnothintg definite aner
Mon tgopmey, spent yesterday in Pe a HEA. wameandmet fte al l ta -a that point is given out frpm Aad- a#ast the new judge. s le s con- foud on the
ol on b aes. Duke of Abrzz an Mss port state choose from a prcte, quarters sidere of th i the manat
H b a-r rfinan~ial point of view. It shows that stt a
from a bn La trip to New York and ,Te Traitor" Peases a e House. Elkins Melts Away. the tax willbri ng no additional re-tr- r r 0V int an
other business centers. However individuals differ as to the mply makes Sthe insimne t XrOm ..the M IItothe
* wisdom of a play like "The Clans- school permanptS d a otrm. Tp hdl IUL L scovery but
Ed Reed. Dot Watkins and Dennism nsa". its ltrtnsc meritt as a drama ^Elkins, W. V, Nov 3.-The muc to this time a-pros from the
Loudon were fted $5 each In the of real historical worth invested with talked of opposition of Dowager legislature have been the means oce were
Recorder's court yesterday, morning inevitable interest y after play by ueeru portion the state schools:of but | mto n inuthese hav e l h aeo
for engaging in a dice game. Thomas Dixon along similar lines. a is ad em a these appropriations are neither |LhoT I s ^ det ae
* "The Traitor". however, which played be giving away to a feeling ofdeep steady nor certain. The schools can- Inictedin t
Sixteen cases were docketed for here last night in the opera house, interest n the heart affairs of the not plan for a longer period than two I t time
trial in the recorder's court yeste~- can not with any show o f Justice be unt eoupes t n has oeen bro h rec d emceno oo When disc
day. Fourteendefendantswere t edfrom the same viewpoints through an mtion termanencyand efficiency of higher still w
uiltand two isharged. lines to or the same standards, for it is not a dowager majesty that senator ns education saitfor our young eplewi Alabamians Enraged Over Remains of Memphis Man ng
1he amount of $60 were asesed. istorical play. It is a melodrama, tsowinge togaveast hi taSghter's .seeOt.heeadvisability* registeringAag
The case of George Moore, c large pure and simple, of te broadest type. owry a sm not less than their votes in fav Oficia Acts of Gover- ho Met With Foul he spot wh
with being a 48neroW and susple- Only as such can It be Intelligently Bwtasen oto lesstknown.to0,0 Can Flida lag behind other .tatest
ots character' o fas transferred to the and fairly diseassed. short o ready a ey. for he admitted Can Floda lag behind other statesOKLA
oeraty" authorities. As a melodrama, "The Traitor" is short of ready ~eey. for he admitted of less promise than she bas? Ne- OT Comer. Play, Found. ***a
* undoubtedly strong. It teems with devise wi ls and means of seci braska, Indiana, Ohio. Texas, Michi- Ardmore,
The maximum temperature at Pen- action and is replete with human is- the required amount for Miss Karha- fan, and other states are raising women of th
sacola yesterday was 71 degrees at terest. Add to these some fine state rine's dowry, the senator summoned abundant esums by taxation, to sup- special to The Jcrnal. sMpecia to T.he Jo MernaL. ing Armore
S3:15 j. m., while the minimum was effects and mtsome excellent acting, all his sons to this city yesterday and port higher institutions. To be con Chattanooga, Tenn.. Nov. 3.-A sie- Memphis, Nov. 3.-Murnd ered by un- by the amnu
S 69 Jegrees at 8:0 a. e. Ist year and the criic Sads abu"dant reason a fa.ilconference> has been in prog- vinced as to whether it pays, look at clal to the Times from Soottsboro. known assassins and cast into a horoa and
en the ase date the maximm was why the bit c dlece last night found ea family conference has been in what these states are doing for edu- Ala., says that the people of Larkins- coal car of a passing freight train tions. which
70 degrees ad the minimum w 52 the lay nlterting and why ue pe- si station has beenll f tod. cation. If the educational condittionsin ville, a small village near that place to cover up any trace of the perpe- ing, the corn
Sdegrees The average maximum for mance wa rewarded by liberal a the presence ofolephen ly orida are thoroughly understood, had a meeting there last night and trators of the .horrible deed, the body Ing will opens
'ng we adthe mi im mw ai2 forB ae ws Jr ofin the resence of Stephen there is little doubt that the voters burned Governor Comer is effigy. of LIe Marshall. 32 years old, was ception. Child
While the sruaantic role of "'John B. kRichard, DaJr., of New York city, will co-operate in improving the same. Their indignation was aroused over found yesterday morning on the tracks the principal
A a -. Graham" helps to carry the actor who Richar -Daidn of the senator BElkiness Let s give this subject a just con- the refusal of the governor to ap- of the Illinois Central railroad sear it is likely ti
WAy Va flls it, especlay if he be of.the fne friends of Seator Enkins say that ideation, and settle the dificulties at point Walter McCutcheon. son of the Montgomery Park. The body was launched loo
SW 1 J Iphysicall .ppe rsace of Frank Patter, word has obeen received from Italy the polls today. late Judge W. W. McCntcheon, to the still warm when found and blood that subject.
sthe frst hoser fro a a critical view- tha the dowager queen now know- probate judgeship, made vacant by was oozing from his ragged bullet tkm will ha^
point probably berolg to John Mau- ing the sum the senator will settle Subscr:be for The Jour:al. the death of Judge McOutcheon. Prob-wouinds. etbs.
What This Penscela Citizen Says the character tf 'ihe traitor." St on his daughter, that all her frigid bp- .
WhatThis Penscola eveposition had melted away. '
Only Corroborates the 8tory ,oyle. His graceless task was dis- It was hinted today that in addition
charged with more grace than the vil- to the lump sum of $1,600,000 which
of Thousands. lian in a melodrama is generally pe- will accompany the royal young
limited to impart to his villainy. In epe t 'hveY'n hnthride T Sa Way
The particulars related by this rep. the character role o Dan Wiley. te ie ontheir hoeymoo the bride y
areMMsetative citizen of Penaeola are mountaineer. John T. -Doyle acquitted chance tne duke should suander thisy
similar to hundreds of others in tiis himself well, and Socola's "Reverdy amount, for Senator Elkins intends to
city. WhBea there are scores of peo- Johnson" was a dignlied ad artistic arrange so that his daughter will
ple, all anxious to tell about the bene- piece of stageeraft- h n.e... ,,,4o rt of,, hein,

I its received from the use of Doan's The role of "Stella Butler" is a dim- _.. own. W u.. '
Kidney Pills, the greatest skeptic in cudt one. She is made to do things Brothers Satisfied.
Pensacola must be convinced. Read which. while entirely within the Miss Elkins* brothers are perfectly Wine of Crdui helped me ren
fite allowing: bounds of huamn nature, are suf- satisfied to bave their sister marry
S "s. Gus Bowner. 422 E. Govern- cny far ro the n l human the duke and it i believe hat en a ned any other medicine. Now have a
t St..Pensacola. Fla..says: life to ake To r' work fore the hers depart or their w it a i p, the safe way is to take Cardui and hethy boy. I think Cardi the fnt
k" 90 0h Severe pains in the tmaH of to fairly judge. Yet, Miss Tower per- spective Jhomes the terms of what
o bo that I could not walk across formed her dicult duty with more will be given Miss Elkins will be de- prevent the trouble from occurring. medieineI kmew of, for female troubles,
,he o 'a Kidney P,,s ae h an aredit th a Mne shed~g cidnoTin s hso Weak women need Cardui before oe omlaei st, and I wish all sie rig women uould
at f brought to mv attention ad a2 i a great deal of force. Miss Wil- Senator Elkins has not at any time We omen ed Card before
pr ring a the Cvtal p lard's work in the iagenue role of set aside any Of his fortune to his to stegthen their system and help them tiough t7
macy. I ban their use. T re rt Susie Wilson entitles iertalsoo O a she chfdren. the ans all being associated i sold by all reliable d
i* *ht I took them. I was able t ok.- of the praise that belongs to the corn- wtt3 him in the conduct of hsui- t S trying pfiOd. Thousand have tried it, and .C iu So bya reIbe
taahuend. refreshing sleep aad it pany as a whole, and Miss Barker as ness. foB it of wonerful benefit, at that and other try- wit direetions for ue, m a
greatly sugrised me, as I did not be- "Aut Julie" is justly entitled to Friends of the EMkins family sayfon itf wuihr
I1eve ay remedy could bring about something m nre than mere mention that the owager queen is wofullytith
lat of their use cured ALABAMA INTERNAL f is.d t Mrs. Panie Nichols, of Mexico, Mo., writes: V
m** an to Say that I ndrse Doan-'s REVENUE PRTCin- vrs news ws imparted to her that the y I was eatened with a mishap a
s idy Ptk eIxresle my opinion of u ke of the Abruzzi would be the
* 4bh m adWy. I believe that if all om1ltal f The. Jowua. proud peosesser of $1.0.00. in ad-
trwWqd with pains in the mall of Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 3.-The fel- edition to his American bride, it is said
the tack or any disorder t the kMd- lowing collections in te a itu"sal rev- that her eyes lighted up in aatictpa-
amys. would try Doan's Kidne Pills. enue office for Alabama sad Misas- tion. and that immediately she began
thee would be but little offering sippi. J. 0. Thom psoa, collecter, for to ek more seriously upon the wed-
b* thlse difculties.- the month of October, are reported: diug.
P ?r aje by an dealers. Price 50 Miscellaneous, $8321.97: beer, $5,005: Senator Elkins is well informed a-ee-
*(ft*. IMaster4iumrn Co.. Buffalo., cigars. $1,61312; spirjts, $778.69; spe- certng the opposition that has been
*6w Tek, ajae agents for the Usted cial. $1,993.1t Total, $10.2U3.95. ralsel to the marriage of his daugh-
The collecteios for taxes" on spirit- ter to te duke. He said:
Stber'e is me-Doaa'n--sd usas liquors alone srnerly amouat- "While eral families do net 6e4r
4tn0 o 4ter. ed to 25,-0e and more enothly. *botionn to the ma-rriae of mee-




y papers.


Le to

nt-needs of the South.
their pedigrees. In our *
and bear-true to name.

o grow in some part of
.lp customers select just r
. Our stock is full and
trua Fruits, Nuts, Ordi-
mand Vines. Twenty-six
c one preceding, shows

ty of the Murdered man
ied by papers found on
which showed that 1he
d by the McConnis IA-
Winona,-Minn., and hada
Ravoring extracts, spices
tiles. Letters were also
body addof th e sseurd to the
Badwell, Ky..-evidently
e fie had canvaseed. ,Il'
Aed by papers found on

S wahich showindebted to the i
extent Of $888.34. ft' F
ought out a theory ofLa-
upon Investigatlon the
unable to Mnd any wea-
r, on the dead man's pea.
aring exarthrac st e opice
Dicle. Letthe wundere also

e right bret and to the
Brwget groin, iden
covered t he body was
upon ng thga the crime
g ble to nmitt any wea-
h re near the scene ofar

r)e it was found.s was
e righew state are there
right groion, attracted
al meeting of the crime -
will been conoitdated dur
c that it occurred neare-
re it was found. a :

ag to Th JlegislatJon on
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Popular North As
SWe An South.
0O at the remarkable fitw in
this eras whik we -= t all reUognse
out nasa of s n fully explain is
thew maamy ppsiauTity of the Con-
federate war tne "Dile," Ia all parts
of the north where It is as peu=wtly
R etod with hearty, rising cheers
SIn te outh.9 Its racy notes quick-
Su northern a wel as southern blood
Wnd altheagh It is ntdmlonluby am-
Sated with the most tragic eriod of
ahe dash and it at the 'Dixie' aMie
which above all other inspired the
C: flderate veteran to his utmost, it
iow aknest ranks with "The Star.
' Bnpaunled Basner" as a national air.
Whe New Yorkt ventg Pest has been
trying to saalyse this pysebaloical
mystery, so to speak, and suams t up
to this somewhat unheroic fashion:
"It is now the eato In ovmry Irge
S Tew York restaurant when the band
strikes p "Dixie." for the diners to
&is*.- eo and tabnd the rebel ye." ay
Sa Pest. "People have tried to x-
lan the popularity of 'Dixi in the
rh by stalling It the most Sprit"
f Our patriotic songs. But it is not
Me' 0 e and lit of the Dixte' munic
S- t bins Manhattan crowds to their
feet. and It cannot possibly be the
| b-*sw rti-C presence of real southernm-
Srs with whom the song would atu-
Vally carry beast. In the rt place
S there are not enough onClersers In
Sew York to dominate every public
inng room, and if there were, we
Sare inclned to believe they would be
found among the few who remain tn
their seats and listen to 'Dixie' si-
lently. )No, it cannot be mere local
S -Irlothns that impels an in inuce
d. hd up of westerners, viaitome from
r 9 w gland, Canadians. Germans,
r aans and Jews to break, at the Irst
F trains of 'Dixie' into the yell that
Quantrenl's and Moaby'a men gave
meaning to sone 45 year ago., Look
C loser. and you will discover tw real
ause. This public ebullition is a rad
t a fad that tos ardeninag into tradi.
nL. Ta ans by no mean
|. C complete. To can tell that by the
O-cious opee of the group of young
SoamMercla traveler that has started
the cheerilx. and from toe rather
eepish smile of those who follow.
Shouting with only half a heart 0and
, aUlf a abuca. and quite sure to col-
S apse into utter coUfuslon If for a
moment they should find themselves
shopting alone. With time the fad
lay become a habit: but we are still
Sa the state where the audience fut r
lively looks at one another before it
goes off in its delirium."
To e man who voted his honest con-
victions yesterday slept with the clear
oWsraclence of a good Amerie citizen
last aight, no matter whether his tick-
et won or not. But what about the
nusa who didn't vote at all? He slept
all right, too, doubtless, but he ought
to go off by himself -somewhere and
calmly consider the question of what
value -his citisensip is in a selft- v-
sernlna country and what moral right
6has he to the suffrage If he makes .3o
use of it on election day. He didn't
S do his plain duty to *Ius country yes-
ftrday and be ought to summon him-
self before the bar of his conscisee.,
plead guilty and swear o0 from such
delinqueniees ode'ermere.

With the presidential a ulectlon oet
Of a the way we can all now take up the
l6ties case. the talquity of alght rid-
ag. the size of the cotton crop, the
advisability of marketing green or-
eaeus, drainta the Everglades, the
p ofit In sweet eatatoeS, good roads,
Sad sidewalks, the city beautiful,
"' freight rates, the Bulgarian situation,
9eroplanes and the sheath skirt, and
~in ta eir discumasoa find that gentle
2eatal exhilaration so necessary to let
e down easy after the fierce debauch
: f the past two months.

SThis preidential campaign, more
han ay other in our history sim
the dvll war, ha. been marked by
toempete uterances both North and
S ointh, ead an evident desire O the
S 'prt of te whole people to set
at the rmal merits of the Isue and de-
f cde t fairly. No er what the re-

S ro clea r gala la reaching an
elevated pime of calm and sensble
dieaenon of the questions whMh di-
vlde thb great artiu e.
R, ~ tpwelt. Tom Watson. Heast ad
.a w rs, there bes bueen f oth-
:1 thti mouth. no celilag of ugly

amks, so demewogiC appeals to see-
tie gealMe-dl a the" Aierican
p-p summwrZ "dem e thea-
selves g ton Wmomealy, decent
e4 temwatse My In W6ceb they
hsve ughtout thegr emat qisrea-
al bttle Jiieatly we a all mn-
proving I& t m t temp-
ament is at wmdl heter, alot eamr-
trillag in thea caraetr a of a n tion,
ao leo tha of the adlvlduaL To
thi happy remit we a largely
debtd to 0 4M tw Wrent mnW who
havuI tMe .oshg f tess fr both
have insd hto -es Omen of their

the low level :OLthe

The fearfully otmueas personal
camSalgn which Mr. Bryan and Mr.
Taft hare Just M e lued in whiek they
have ma hundred ofa speOcheAs and
have rushed all over the country at
crasy speed to meet their numberless
egaagennts leads the New York
World to say:
There Is no excuse in these days of
cheap mails, many newspapers and
miversael telegraph systems for drag-
Scandidates about to show them
hf dead or alive to the greatest pos-
aWe O amber af npeseas t the least
p-gele time.
Many people will agree with the
WorMd but the Bryan-Taft system of
catmagni is simply in keeping with
the methods of the age generally, and
before we can hope for reform we
must dimnatih the pressure all along
the IUae. The whole nation is keyed
up too highly, and even these who aft
fect to love the strenuous life
would be glad to see reduced speed
with .omaesponding relief to the serves
of an the people.

Charles Francis Adams, the distin-
guished Massachusetts statesma,
economist and soldier, whose veins
ar tfull of the old abolition blood of
New England. made a speech in
Richmond, Va., a few nights ago, and
referring to the race problem. he said,
anIoa other things:
"Looking, therefore, into the future,
Illonmned by the strong searchlight of
tVe past. of one thin only do I feel
assured. The solution of this prob-
lem must be worked out ih the South,
and while ts pollution will be attend-
ed4 with iSafte difficulty and loud
aad relttratz4 calls for sympathy and
aid from without, I am satisfied that
In the future as in the pait any ex-
ternal Intervention of a political char-
acter will td only to confusion, suf-
feing satd harm. And upon this con-
elhlea I am satisfied the mind of
the North Is rapidly crystallizing."
The0 are the words of a clear, dis-
PaemiUate thinker, and in the South's
lk task ahead of solving her great
problem in wisdom, Justice and hu-
manity. a most helpful aid will be
the spirit which Ispired them become
universal throughout the north.

The dollar contribution system has
doubtless come to stay as a perma-
neat feature of Democratic national
campaigns, tIn(te opinion of the Pen-
saJola Journal. Yea, ad like other
Soad democratic idMes, it will be cop-
led by the rsbllcans in their next
aatioaal eoamp .-Tltm-UaloUm.
We deabt it. It looks too vulgarly
democratle, too close to the plain peo-
ple, to sut the spirit and methods of
a party iadisialably associated with
the trusts, high tarIh and plutocracy.
A measly little dollar contribution Is't
sanuIiently suggestive of result* and
can't do the work "In blocks of *ve"
when the purchasing agents get busy.

The Gainesville Sun sticks to it
that there is to be an extra session
of the legislature, cla-ming to have
immide informaton to that effect.
There na beenm "extra session- talk
for many. many months, out of which
nothing came, and It winll take the
governor's proMnamon. -to convinece
the people that we are really to have

If any man says to you this morn-
ing, I told you so,- -What i I

glance and pass on, for he Is bmt a
vender af r cttn chestnuts ad aen Dx-

Chairman Ma*k aiM It Moeday in
aloett the geue terms in which
The Journal put it last week when he

decMaed that "Hrat bed mefsa-ied
a party to defeat Mr. Bryan and be-
camuse of personal jealod amd a de-
sire for revenge beeaue Mr. Bryan
had not aided him in his presMeatlal
asirutiON four yers ago."

In tce reoleof Warwick ta the cam-
paign Just ended William Randolph
Hearst a)3ost reacbed the vanishing
point American politic.

A Tampa wife-beater got one year
In the pea from Jadge Gordos last
Saturday. Except' the wife-beater him-
self public sentiment will be unanl.
mONO in approving that sentence.

"Laugh and the world laughs with
you; weep and you weep alone" may
be true of personal joys and sorrows,
but itwon't work on the day after elec-
tion. You are in plenty of company
en on either side of tha proposition.

Editor Howard of the Orlando Re-
porter Star is making the editorial
page of that paper one of remarkable
brightness these days. And there is
substance ia It as wel as sparkle, the
rwmeor all the more acceptable to the-
reader because of fie latter.
Suwanee county has a white regis-
tered voter 97 years old and a" o
registered voter 106 years old. but It
is not stated if the former is still vot-
inga for "Ole Andy Jackson and the
latter -was the body servant of the
Father of His Country.

The rooster that hoped to hbt didn't
crow Vais morning owlag to an uafor-
tunate combination of oeflmtMaes
which he didn't *n*icipate and couldn't
control. has our respeettul sympathy.
But let hmn bide his tme for every
rooter, Nke every dog. bar his day.
The eat nreement of 2aw of
course, the proper remedy for the
crimes of the night rlder, but to get
at the roots of the evil and work a
permanent cure we must rely upon
the hoolmster. Isngrance, demo,
stolid, vicies inora is the fraemd
mother of all the ht-riding tribe.

Mr. Roosevelt can now give him-
self up to uninterrupted preparation
for that African hunting trip, and it
is a relief to his countraeyms of all
factions to know that he now has no
further excuse to disturb them with
hia tactless. *"eaks" na letter writ-

There was strong argument as well
as apt retort in the reply of Con-
gressman Henry, of Texas, to a repub-
lican In the audience in Baltimore a
few nights ago, who shouted, "How
about the full dinner pall?" "There
are too few of them in the country to
talk about," was Mr. Henry's answer.
Now that it is all ever, here in
Florida we can unanimously look for-
ward without any division on party
lines to our great annual tourist seas-
on, near at hand, and merge all our
joys and sorrows in the contemplation
of those months when Florida is the
bright particular star In the constel-
lation of the states. Elections may
come and elections may go, but our
incomparable winter climate stays
The convenient bulletins which per-
form so large a service in giving the
earliest news of the returns in presi-
dential elections and which were in
use last night in probably every city
in America, were originated by the
good old New Orleans Pleayune, and
Frederic J. Haskin tells about It as
To the New Orleans Picayune is
due the credit of having started the
giving out of election bulletins as they
come in. It was in 1848, when Gea-
eral Zachary Taylor was a candidate
for president. Being a Louislanian,
every citizen of that stato was eager
to hear the result, and the Pica,
yune rose to the occasion. At this
time the telegraph was only four
years old. The success oft the ntano-
vation was so apparent that all lead-
ing newspapers followed the Pica-.
yune's example in the next election.

All the


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Columbus Core i ttee CoMr-

pleted Arrangpmenta For

Waterways Conventio

Apetal T.l JeumaL
Apalahn x, P., Nov. 3.--he Co-
lembus, Ga., general v wt-aq onh a& -
rabgements have announced the .pro-
gram for the cnvetsona of the Gulf
Coast Inlatd Waterway Arniation to
be held November -0 In at city -as
Morning session.
11 a. Im.-Comvention ealleo order.
Organization perfected. Prayer,. Ad-
dress of Welcome, Mayor Brown, In
behalf of the City of Columbus; Presi-
deat Loeuahor&, in behalf of the
Board ofat Trade.
12 m.-Oessio doses.
Afternoon seerson.
2 p. a.-BWsiness of eoovetioan.
p. m.-AdjournmentL
Reception and refreshment by es-
testAiamet coainlttee.
Nght esslet.
I p. m.-Severl addresses.
Tuesday, Nov. 10.
a. m.-Sessloo opens.
After the addresses and work of the
convention Is concluded tase visitors
will "see Colmbus"i in utmoobeUs
and later an excursion on the river.
will be provided ty the entertainment
Delegates renoainng over night wflie
be entertained.

_ 1.1 series of- the

Spe laI to The a JurnaL
Garniers, Fla, Nov. 3.-The Gar-
i-ers Naval Stores company, of Gar-
niers, met with a disastrous loss by
fire Sunday morning in the destrion
tion of its distillng plant, 14 barrels
of rosin and 1 barrel of %pirits. The
fire was discovered about 4 o'clock-
Sunday morning by Mr. Davits, and is
supposed to have originated from fire
left by the workmen Saturday even-
ing. The loss s estimated at $NO to
J. W. Barks wsqt to Crestvlew on
a visit to his parents Monday last,
and- Is not expect-d back for several
The Viola left for Pensacola Wed-
nesday with a load of naval stores
from e
R. I niw taelpM toOW fretttag out
logs for Me ,Opeser Sa&imin at Bog-
gy. His store will be ready for oc-
cupaney in a few days.
John Braeoxon, who has been laid up
for several days with a lame back,
is able to be around again.
"The Bells," Capt. J. W. Brooks,
made two trips into Garniers Baydu
this week.
Seecis to The AurnaL
Ganiers. Nov. 3.-Mirs. George
Soule of Camp 'Whton started for
her old *ome in Pennsylvaptia test
Thursday to be abasat a month.
Mrs. Irwin and daughter and Mr.
Winkley were callers on Mr. and
Mrs. Hartgrove Sunday last.
Mrs. E. V. Wiley of New Orleans
who is staying with her uncle Mr.
Geo. Soule was taken seriously ill
Thursday last.
Mrs. Tierce has been staying at
Mrs. Soule's for the past few days
caring for Mrs. Wiley.
P. L. Hand went to the Pryor MiU
Monday to set the new boiler for the
mill. This property whice has bees
Idle for over a year will resume
work as soon as the machinery .can
be gut in shape.
Regular services of the Baptist
church were held Saturday and Sun-
day at the C-acker Neck achel


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Handsomest in the State.
The cornerstone of the new Metho-
dist church of Pensaseal was lad Oc-
tober 15th. The church will be maade
entirely of brown stone block from
the quarries of PeMnsylvala. it will
probably be the handsomest earth In
the state.-Galaesville Sua.
The Journal Keeps the Pace, Too.
The Jacksaoville Times-Union and
the Tampa Tribune seem to set no
limit to their ambition In i meeting
from oe Journalistic exzecelleuee to
another. They are both gret apers
and here of late Qtey sparktl with
added asplmdo.-Penaola Joernal.
Yes, and the Pensacola Jowal deat
seem to have much trouble in keep-
ing up the pace set by its costeimp-
rarzes.-Wauchula Advocate.
Took a Bread-Minid View.
% As evidence of the broad-nmIlN -
nesw of iltor Mayes. of the Pmss-
cola Journal. the Deep Water 'ity".
great morng daly. copied the artt-
cle ft the Mfte w VeIN to as neud s"4asta
some action to p1ac0 t0e ems"o-
tUou. by tCe oeaan, of that part of Am-
astasia island wch mrvm as a ber-
rier to the gr of et the tpnem
billows th Wit b *prW sc ty
but fr the amw trI ht Mad re-
ferred to.-St. AneaOn etoer.

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Miltona, a., Nov. 3.---Mrs. Frank
Stevens and dagfater, Marguerite, and
Mrs. Robert Stevens were visitoran in
Pensacola Tuesday.
Mrs. Baron D .Whitmire left We&d-
neaday for an extended visit to relS-
tives in DeFuniak.
Mrs. L Ayaard returned Tues-
day fam a delightful visit with her

daughter, Mrs. Charles Turner in De-
Messrs. J. D. C. Newton and r*nest
Avos were visitors to DeFuniak
Misses Minnie Bufleson and Stella
Peaton were visitors to the Deep Wa-
ter City Saturday.
Mrs. John Bovis is the guest of her
mother, Mrs. P. Tomasello.
Dr. and Mrs. Mills were visitors to
Pensacola the early part of the week.
Misa Willie Ollinger. who aas been
vitintag her sister. Mrs. J. B. Ellis,
returned to home in Mobile.
Miss Olga White, of Pensacola. was
here Tuesday. Miss White is a
charming lady as well as very talented
anM her friends hope to see her here
again soon.
The little daughter, Marguerite. of
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pooley. died at
their f ome Thursday, and was laid to
rest Friday.
The marriage of Mi.s Phala Mae
Crain and Mr. P. Burleson will take
place at the home of the bride's par-
ents Sunday afterinsm.
Mr. Frank Chaffin, of Washington,
is shaking hands with friends h-'re
this week.
Mr. Murray Cawtaon visited DeFun-
iak Sunday.
T. F. West is in town today on bus-
Miss Bessie Ellis came up from
Pensacola this morning to spend Sun-
day with her parents.
The home of Mrs. D. T. Williams
was beautifully decorated for a Hal-
lowe'en party Priday night. Witches
and ghosts received the guests, and
the owls and goblins made the noise
of the evesta tfr a while. The mu-
siteale wa enjoyed immensely by
every ome. Mr. Harry Graham sang a
bass solo, which was rendered beau-
tifully, asl was the solos by Misses
Johaon and Tbomlpeon. The piano
solos were pretty. Mr. S. J. Harvey
gave several fine selections. The en-
tire evening was devoted to fun, mer-
rynmaking and fortune telling, after
which luncheon was served.

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Special to The Journal.
Muscogee, Fla., Nov. 3.-The new
schoolhouse at Muscogee was opened
Monday morning. Nov. 2nd. to the
delight of the teachers and .children
of School No. 16. The pupils met at
the old school house and at 9 o'clock
a march was begun to the new build-
-ing. The pupils marched in classes.
each grade carrying their own flag.
a fag made of red with the number
of the grade in white. Each divi-ion
or room was headed by a flag bearer
carrying a large United States flag.
Quite a number of spectators were
out to view the march from the old
school house. "over the branch" to
the new one "on the hill." On the
arrival at the school buiMling the chil-
dren were marched into the hall, and
there they were addressed by Super-
visor W. C. Lott after which a few
words were spoken by the principal.
Thi new .building is a five-roomn true-
ture, four recitation rooms and a li-
brary, each room being 26 by 32 fees
The enrollment of School No. 16 is
now one hundred and twenty-one. The
teachers for this year are Miss Eva
G. Vaughan, principal, Miss Alice
Henderson. of Lancaster, Ky., first as-
istant; Miss Porter Barber, of West
Virginia, second assistant and Miss
Jean Patterson. of Muscogee. third as-


Seecla to The JouraL.
0ottondale. Fla., Nov. 3.-D. N. Bul-
lard, of Moultrie, Ga., whose family
has been residing here but a mi"ort
time, died suddenly Sunday morning
at River Junction, wherd he was on
business. His wife was notified by
wire of the sad event and she took
the neon train for the Junction and
returned on the evening train with
her huwband's remains. The body
was interred in the cemetery ere yes-
terday afternoon. Mr. Bullard leaves
a wife and several children.

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Special tO Tre Journal.
Esto, Nov. 3.-Mears. Jesse and
Tom Holland, of Meigs, Ga-, are visit-
ing friends and relatives here, and
will spend several days.
J. L. feIwipnor, who has been con-
tracting building at Coleman. Ga., is
here with the intention of taking his
family with him on his return.
S. W. Robbins and wife visited rel-
atives in the country Sunday.
J. B. Deshaso visited friends and

relatives ki the country Sunday.
Perry Walker, living near this
place has picked and sold two good
bales of cotton from one acre of
land and has some yet to pick. This
is the best farming that has been
reported in tls section.


Special to The JournaL
Caryville, Fla., Nov. 3.-C. H. Gor-
don, bookkeeper for the Britton Lum-
ber Co.. at Lakewood, and wao is
the democratic nominee for county
clerk of Walton county, is in Cary-
ville on business connected with the
above coqjpany. Charley is a first-
class young man, born and readied
near DeFuniak Springs and is eminent-
ly qualified to fill the office of the
clerk of the grand old county of Wal-
Business among the sawmill and
turpentine firms in this section it very
good. The George EL Wood Lumber
Co. is having its -plant improved all
the time, the big planing mill is run-
ning with John Spencer as boss and
a full crew of active young men.
Sugar cane grinding has commenc-
ed. New syrup sells for 50 centi per
gallon. The crop is exceedingly fine.


Speclaf to Te journal.
Cottondale, Fla., Nov. 3.-J. R.
Shoemaker has a good force of hands
at work on his concrete store build-
ing, and, the work is going forward
steadily to completion. His concrete
factory is now turning out concrete
blocks rapidly.
The young men of the town are hav-
ing a fine time killing doves in a
baited field near town. and also killing
ducks in the ponds near here.
J. R. Bowles and J. W. Ilinson have
cut and cured several tons of "ay,
during the favorable weather that we
have been having for the past few
Dr. W. R. Harrison. R. M. Holli-
day. J. C and Jule Shoemaker have
their dogs trained and their guns in
fine condition. They will -hle away
to the woods and fields on Monday
next for quail and ot7aer gam.e. From
reports there is plenty of small game
in the woods of this county.
J. C. Waldon, state manager of the
Mutual Life Association of Georgia,
spent two days in town this week.
Miss Grace Tappan paid her par-
ents a visit at DeFuniak on Friday
Mr. Hyer paid Pensacola a visit of
a few days, returned on Wednesday,
accompanied by his friend. Mr. Hol-
comb, of that city, who will reafsld
here for a few days and will no doubt
try his hand at shooting quail, ec.
P. W. Majett, a turpentine operator
of Bay Head, was here on Wednes-
Cotton is still coming in and the
gin has been busy ginning this week.
Many of our citsens are now very
busy trying to commit the democrat-
ic electors to heart. Your notice that
it would be illegal for any to have
anything with them by which they
could mark thair ballot has caused
many to get a move on themselves -a
this, line.

Special to The JeurnaL.
Flomaton, Ala., Nov. 3.-There was
a fire in Flomaton, destroylang sever-
al houses a few days ago. Amoag
the burned was buildiags owned and
occupied by J. Aard, Wa. Caraley
and Mrs. Martin Hale, this being the
second serious fire in this tows during
the year.
A. F. West, our enterprising mer-
chant, has opened a branch store la
The county is loading gravel from
the pit near Flomaton and shipping
near Pensacola to surface the graded
road. The loading is being dome by a
crew of convicts under the supervis-
lion of Mr. Ricaard Bratcher, one
of the guards. They are v'ry nitely
housed in one of the portable camps,
which seem to be very convenient.
The weather hd been and is very
dry, being ideal weather for the gath-
ering of crops, Which the farmers
have made good use of, all having
made good crops of corn, cotton and
hay. One farmer near Atmore, Ala.,
having savrd 20 teas of hay with
practically no rain on it. The writer
took a trip to BluE springs a few
days ago, found the road very d uty
and many of the branches entirely
dry. Many wells aod pmeps are ail-
ing. A weH on the Pritchett old
place that was dug in 1354, had failed
to supply water for the Brst time a
42 years. rsaw Rev. J. T. Fllingln

and family. He met with quite a loss
having a large velvet bean field along-
side of the railroad track burned. The
engine fired the dry leaves which
swept through the field and burned
nearly the entire field.
William Dunn has housed his sweet
potato crop. The yield was fine.
There being several hundred bushels.
George Dunn, who runs the cotton
gin at Bluff Springs, reports 117 bales
J. W. Creary is busy making mnolas-
sea. It was interesting to look at the
work. Great piles of cane were haul-
in by the two-horse wagon and every.
body was busy. Mr. Creary was sup.
erintending tie work himself, and
seems to thoroughly understawJ all
the particulars of the manufacture of
the syrup.
In passing the old Baptist church I
was pleased to %ee it had been repair.
ed with a new roof. and a handsome
tall steeple had been erected, giving
it a very stylish appearance. Over
the old Pleasant Hill Baptist church
I have known ever since I was a
boy, the graveyard where so many
of our honored dead lie, seems to be
very much neglected. The many tall
weeds and grass obstruct the view
of the graves. I was pleased to see
Miss Weakley, the principal of
School No. 9, and her able assistants,
Misses Godfrey and Craven, who re-
port the school in fine condition. They
have a large yard under fence, but it
needs cleaning up very much, and
would be an ideal place for the school
garden as advocated by Piesident
Sherrill, and I hope to see agriculture
one of the studies in our school law.
Miss Harriett M. Pritchett. who has
been away for the last two and asialf
years in Philadelphia, attending a
trainingg school for nurses, Is on a vis-
it to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. M.
Pritchett, who with her many friends
are delighted to see her in our midst.
She will return to Philadelphia about
the frst of December to resum her
dates, as she is now permanently
employed in a private hospital in that
There was a Hallowe'en party at
the resdence of Mr. William McCur-
dy, with pumpkins for Jack-o'-lan-
terns. Both old and Young, ad a jol-
ly time till a lato bedtime, when an
turned in, ready for rest. It was
quite a surprise, as Mr. and Mrs. Me-
Curdy were taken entirely unawares.
The death a few days ago of B. C.
Hall was quite a surprises to his msay
friends, as it was very unexpected.
resulting from heart failure. He
leaves a wife and two little children.
Dr. McDonald has located in Cen-
tury. He was a resident phystiel
there several year ago. .


Milton, p Now I.-The large rew-
Idence on Oak, ]b31a and Santa
Roa streets was burned tO the d
laot night. proving with all its con-
tents a total loss. This was the Inaset
residence in Milton sad its less will
be a distinct blow to the town.
The place is commonly called the
Cr-ary house, owting to the fact that
It was owner anm occupied ftr maw
years by the family of George .
Ceary, now ofe Mbile.
Judge J. T. Wiggins occupied the
re11dence, and It was owned by C. L.
Wheat, of Bay Point. The original of
the Are is not known. The *Iarm
was given at 12* o'lock last eltit.
"Keep on Mking Love..
Who but would follow this advice
cheerfully? Seven savest eea
ty--to all alike, this weuld be an
easy task. "Keep en Makiag aLve e
the title of a sweet omg fre Jesse
L. Lasky's unique prpdaeutio., *-*
land," now playla in vandaele Mat
tie leading theat%- of GreoS Wew
York. The words aad m e -w thmB
popular song hit will be at fte
with the New York m8W W orld.
Music by special arraWflth
M. Witmark & Sons, the w "nmewu
music publishers. If you w be
svre of a copy of this un al clever
song, you had better speak to the
newsdealer about It in advance.
to esgleet your salth. The awas
neglect that yo cean be g eW t is
to alow constpetims, i
say liver or bowel hroable l N.
It Is potioning your entire 4
may lead to a erioas croam
Take Bllard's Herbine and gat sii
lately well. The sare cure Ira.
a- all reoures of thme s tesi, eaf

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You will buy here where you can absolutely d opend on getting material, latest designs and best
wOAekatl.,lip. Every article we sell you of whatever grade, is the best that may be had for the price and
four dollars goes as far here as five dollars at the odita.u y store.
Haldsomae rockets for $3.75 and $5, and others on up to $20.
Odd dressers golde oak,, swelled front, beveled plate mirror, roomy drawers and of very hand-
some appearance, for SUM- and $15.00.
attings of the newAesigns at 35 cents a yard, better quality than we have evr before oulj '
Art Squares and Druggets from $10 to $5 in a variety of haadmne pems and Oriental Wee :

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FLOTILLI %y Sted *1m 2tr = ac a
-THE e TOR ./ I!U0 Rei lt IaIILmI eMae, I A
T OII AK umReIdNEt a rat wilde-

y Iag r I 'LUIIL It H i UlL l -an

ou I lol l t e fl "ninD m ll it rtO-l give saataction. It drives rats out' or are and en
RITI ON I 1RE Iitw of the house to die; also guaranteed t -e Qurter .ets
to kill off cockromehes, mice and oti-
im a* L...------. e vermini.
S| Six Vessels Now at Annapo- Shipping Trhz-u ios. and Sold 'by drugosts or general stores ..- ern gtt.
S. ..... cept of price. 2 ox. boox 25c, 16 1ox ,
.I -wer y x hav a somr thf lis to Have Target Prac- Notes of Interest Along box 1.00 stesrs' iectric PPteENSAC LA A
lMW y mi .to .a a . TP """ "w. Company, tuMo, N. Y. PENSACOLA GAS
Sic Here. eBay r Phone 148. 24 and 27 E.G
Kh & "* The smacks Frances and Louisa, Florida and Alabama n_ ___ ___ __
HAVE BEEN ORDERED TO THE with 12.000 pounds of red snappers,
the Irma with 12,WO pounds and the LAND COMPANY
O lleak r I1I CHARLESTON YARD FOR gE- See IBm with 5.000 pounds. have ar-
.... ... ..... ... wrived to E. E. Saunders & Co. Masuf. lt4 o@ 1.'
TO PENSACOLA FOR A STAY OF The seamer Tarpon. eft last night SIMS AND KLN-L lED SAP.HI
IJ-ai-... t "for St. Ajndrews sad other points. .. _
_-- L1 SEVERAL MONTHS. b .....
ommiii 'flw s* O"* W.' ?4 8006- HThe schooner Iucy H. from St. Lefal kAdw fisements.
1W^.B HAm-rew Adischarged 325 barrels of
j IM 4-1 9 i. H F The third torpedo nvotilla, cal stores at Jeef.ean street LEGAL.
1"1" m olf 61 9 r ~ho Hisl --ho e third torpedo flotilla, t wilaf r yesterday. She will be placed A special meeting of the stockholders
S- -- tt six torpedo boats, Is to again a o dry dock for gener of the Kupfrian Pak Copany wi be
target practice *t St. Josephs bay ang in a few dys. held at the o of the Cormny in the
C.v... m .,JBrn peB- h hsC-eatnh carter Pr.. * ."* .t o, "ensacolamii,. A good bank accoalt is a mnigh
Givesa.making Pensacol. he-dqua-ter- du u ng-on Wednesday, the 18th of November a
the stay, which will be of several The river steamer Viola took on a It at 12 o'clock. noon, for the purpose
adL* moents daetc cae a argo offreight for pointsamending theby-lawe policy against hard times and still h
m-the bay yesterday at Baylen street actn of such other business as may
11tWill Sh these vessels came to PeRascola f comebefore Ge mei ,, l you are yet young so 1me
Weido mA m m Wy o get work in the bay, ll a at St. he reight schooner Ruth arrived H be spent in rest, comfort and peac
S-- lr Joseph's. yesterday from M ton SOUTHERN STATES LAND COMPANY.
SThe news e orders to the fSo- e "r Notice is hereby given that thirty First
tilla being orded south obtained Mortgage Bonds o the Southern States per Cet, CO rmIoudd on your sav
,w L,. t, being.. ordre south { ..n.. ... Briis m ocrat .steamshl p Polycarp, Land Company. ,,6S each, numbered as
Sn a special t the T "i t which called here for bunker follows: 40,76, 11513. 160, 19. 24, 61. apital .
Co u (--a from Washington, which states that from Galveston with cargo In transit, 1 "4 140. 164, 240, 26. . 135., 141,
the vessels will proceed to the Charles- ca 243. 35. 70. 104. 137. 150. 194. 247. ,.
ton navy yard for epairs, and thence sailed yesterday. 74, have been drawn by lot for redemp.profits,
.Uon from the amount to the credit Of and nprof,
Some to Peaseola. An effort will be LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. the Sinking Fund. and will be paid for at
-gade to have them sent to Pensacola SteaaMeiMps the rate of 8612.50 per bond. with accrued
II per"Iet harmony and Christian felow- far this repair work. An effort is rina, rench ., Dol 14, at the ofce of the Knickerboke
an- ad tbr memb6aship of tne church, Montgomery sent here for target pr"M Hollingside, Br es, Wllliam, 1713 said bonds will cease to bear interest.
CIHURCH-is I am&wole, the conference unanimous- twice, but there is nothing definite so Dakar to South Atlantic Steamship KNICKERBOCKER TRUST COMPANt,
-ly adopted the following relations: far regarding the cruiser. Co. Datedctober 3.19.P no Psde t
Wlereas Brother F. A. Rogers has The third torpedo boat flotilla is in Adelheid Mensell, Ger ss, Mensell. P n
10 trld he Gadsden St. church faith- command of Ileut. Willis G. Mitchell, 3149, Wilmington to the Keyser-Mul. In Escambla County Circuit Court, State Of PenmROla Florid
Iftlly a well. for the full time limit and is composed of the following ves- don Co. of Florida. In Chancery-Dosia Steph-
O Ut for years, and according to the sels: Venus, Br ss, Goodwin, 2259, Belise ens "oL.Arthenis Stephens. December,
I FROM DER hell O -Monday. the th day of December, i ti Of e
Saws governing our church, must be Striugham, Lieut. Willis G. Mitchell. to Gulf Transit Co. A. D. 19, the defendant. Arthtnia
removed to another field of labor, nd The Strngham has been ordered plac- lars, Ger as, Henderson, 2236, Gulf Stephens I required to appear to the bill W. N. Kaewil, Pr t. W. K. Hywp Jh., Vieo-l
"Whereas he leaves with the love ed out of service and her place taken por to Car y & Co filed against her herein. This order to The. W. br-t, As'. sahii. W. N.
s ianrt OStreet Mge oist and respect of the entire membership, by t-ie Macdonough. Richmond, Br ss. Cor, 2059, Axim consecut vwee In The Pensacola Jour- r. In. W. A. mL W. H. Kel
therefore be it resolved- Barney, Bnsign George C. Pegram. to Gulf Transit Co. nal, a newyper published in said Bs cam- KM-- H
S'1st. That we express to -him the The BaIey ba been, ordered placed Vr1ina, pn a 'Arroteu 193, bla oty A. M i cMltan, Clerk Cir-
ChurcLChurch oui of Bys and her pe taken V^vina, arCct C. G. lartsfield, D. C.
APUPpreclti of this body for the good out of service and her plkee taken Liverpool, to Gulf Transit Co. Penousacol yFle.-Sep 14. t1f0.
wrk dome In u church, assuring by the ,Wilkes. Pomarom, Br as, Canham, 1 250, V- septloawgw
Debt-ReOlutio m Are hiAsm of the love we beer to him -Tingey, ieut. Jame 0. Richam ftRe. a l to Jao. -Mrritt & o. -
.. friend, as a brother and as a DeLong, Lieut. Frank LH Sader. Roiolen, Bras Witten -1632T NOTICE.
tu pastor. Thoraton, Leut. Chares A. Blae- Ra Wt 13 The as of ACounty Commissioners in
A, lpad. stho .Tw l rtnLiu, ...l a-Vera Cram to the eyer-MLMon Co. and for Beeambia county, Florida, wir
S. Tat we lowBrother Rogr. Y- Domgate, -Br as. Rippon. 198, Car- receive bids for the construction of a
W r with Interest as bhe goes from ditfto Pr. Jnulhm Schreyer. wooden bridge to be built across "Lttle Pena c l
At ef tsieqM tqrj ema.relme or i nt t ewig-. San4ow'n, Br as, Paterson, 2773,at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
SS t dt a d. ae y e situate d Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. Court
old Me ~da I, Me tr.see r oWte .ng an appreciative and conse- Ships. Bids Will close at 12 o'clock, Dem, 000
sorted .1shal eam s rrdebt, crated people wll delight to Co L UNUL .I lobe Ital ship, Bozzo, 1482, Monte. Tuesday, November 2"st, 1sM. 0
and ts wsere made r the 2 te with r in the advance of video to Rosasco Bros. r Clerk rd Co. nt mmMIn A. ENNIN C
44 tl bbM tlag bef the I y o Chrb l flt Majore,' N"r ship. Arnesen, 990. by C. GHRTSF LD, Presiue V
S diptarte of Rev. F. A. Rogersaweo -.e l UHI Buenes Ay#es to A Zells. De..puty Clerk.
eI I mw taEtna up his lt y7f's 9 Ot. TOS. MITCML. rl inii Malllella, Nor ship, Sacker, 1632, Pnsacola. Fla.. Oct. 1908.
ateI of church.s Wi treINO is In the city. CU Aberdeen to order. CLERKS AND INSPECTORS.
I& View f the faitktul work doMe be f at Wbtt's Phr'awnmc la the day MW The Board of County Commissioners F. EI irawne, M. L. Soe J.
et. la rt his 6letry at iht Ocean, RuB bk. riksea, 1239, Rio in special smeim this day, appointed the Outver Jernagan, Jr., Thns. P. West. W
Biec 2 Me , .ts inistr ,...Ie. -i P.. leIceIIpheIIJApectorstand Clerks here ter named. ts a e n.r W.rL.oMny, J.
I< m a- '. to sere at the 15 tecton to be heM M ," .va- J.
--- !^ I_ [. HHl"hIReson.ta-, at B, 150IX, ron the t dayk oBNovember, 1M58, to L p .. lhnsh, J.
Peerto Cabeglo to A. _elp. determine whether the county shall issue T. A Jsslagi, Carl H. Jenagas,
wBIG _I N w g orlysetN Nor bk, rft M tr the .pur eN *f ce cting
14@. B Ayr A"to 1 e C .macdamie or other hard surface
|a AntmifSa9aw-Atre oSu s 2, 1242, No. 1.-. F. Pae. Archie WE DO A GENERAL KING
Total Value of Shipments Havana 0to p Pster. nn. W meh. .Inesor...e victor
Ha aths, Nv -k, JeTif, 1408, Predct No. 2.-W. J. Shivers, Sr Wm.
SDuring October Was Liverpool to master. Archie, Bruno Caro, Inspectors: C.
Duin Oc- o r W.. .s. Borroundal. Rus bk, Bricken, Miller. Clerk.
& k Y our.1191, Pt. Nollata, to master. Precinect, No. 3.-H.L T. Purcell, J. C.
$1M.51* .GavaroneF .tell, Ital bk, Rittore, s r',; ,o. h o. A. rrell. C* l.
S1463. Genoa to master. recot No. 4.-J.: P. Landgren, W. B.
for ae-,- Noblea. A. C. Tippin, Inspectors; P. W. "MON
.Pensacola's export- for the ionth Doris. Am. sch., Axelson, Bal- McLea, .Clerk.
Snensacsleports for the monhtimore to m .aster. Precinct. No. 5.-jama. Fisher, E. L.
of October showed a big gain in valu- o re u. .. .. Sheby, A. L. Webb, Inspectors; Henry
*tion over the previous month's busi- Donna Christina, Am Ich, F riable, trq= Clerk.
ness. During the menth shipments o 165. Belle to master. 'entNo. 6-Thee. Beck, T. J.
Danove s Genuaine lausuel White -a-ig- gin IPrec-^inctNooAle. M- .e- Inesro N. sk nyone
lumber and timber Increased to a con- avison, Alex McVey, Inspectors; 0. E.
T siderable extent, while sePNal car- RS Etate Tanrecict No. 7.-A. D. NIthelson, B. H.
SExtract of Pe goes of cotton went to various foreign ..=otlas. M. T. McMillen, Inspectors: T.
ports. The countries to whioh ship- trnsf e reer sed te Precinct No. iL-Taylor Crabtree, A. L s had a savings aceS If
the best aauce of Oystes and Meats mentsa were made and the respective t A t : Henry ler, Inspectors late of the sanlla amounts were not
Svaluations .were as follows: Elvin B. Mer-an. Clerk. the savings were tot the cause of a
Don't Take Any Rubstitte. Austria .................... $ 14,726 Melinda C. and Chas. F. 8tal to et No ]-. R 8 r. 8W C..rt ain asesmt even with a dollar, a
lfN. J. Brewton. Clerk. I taN often as possible-have money in th
"De nr .. ... ............ 82,500 south half of south half of section 35, Precinct No. 10.-fR. F. Henderson. M. while )e eave.
D KUGELM AN & CO. ....... ..:...::: : ".:. ?I"; Ro L. NI tDost I lpw th rnnt-g r -<
A, ge-a Germny ................. 43H,751 light of way of lo & N. railroad, ex- C-ba1. Graham, Clrr. nt aDferk.
__ >...... ... .................. 9,yt Prclnct No. 11.-I). A. WSteal. L..
GItaly ...................... 6:42 cept 28 acres on west end and 2 acres Bartley, F. R. Agerton, Inspectors; J. Mi RICAN AT
Netherlands ............... 47,898 on east end. B. Steward. clerk.
ry 'nurr" C rigar Portugal ................... 12.213 D jerry to C. B. Parkhll, $1, lots Precict No. 12.-A. L. Macon I). A.
pC..................... McLilan, Clerk.
''o FilOU Estland ................... 11-,921 block 13. New City. Precinct No. 13.-W. B. Reagan, A. -. De-ignated Depository of t-e U
Mexico .................... 8. Joe Dale to RebecIa L. Rhodes. Hofflman Henry M. Yonge, Inspectors;

Uruguay .................. 15,8<2 west quarter, being a part of the Potts Johnmon. Clerk.
-_ _ _ _ _C a a- ry Is la. . ..Ca 1 A,0 0 0 g r a n t. P re c in c t N o 15 .- J C P e te rso n T S .. .of3. yA.$d.u. in.
----- -. Port Africa................r ..,30 J. W. Hyer to Anna C. Lewis. $1 and arol. erk. ougberty, Inspectors; J. C.
ether considerations, lots 9 and 10, Precinct No. 16 -H. H. Bacber, Jam.
Tot . . .Total ...................$1,598,251 block 12. West King tract. Steward, Geo. Locke, Inspectors! W. B.
......."" *^ ^ ^ ^ ^ *.D. Hale Wilson to Benj. F. King, Hubbid. Clerk. TSJ CI TIZENS N T
*i. *A TINY BABY $1 and other consideration, esst half Joe w. KiJbs, r THE CITIZENS NATIOI
can't tell you in words what the trou- of lot 41, block 8, Old City. Hoyt, Clerk. I
""^ ^ *ble is; but if its complexion gets J. N. Day to Tillie and Helene Le- Precinct No. 18.-John Gibson, Henry -NSAO
pasty, it it gets weaker and weaker, vy, $1 and other consideration, *uth Johason", 3. Be rwton" Inspector; W"
loie flesh and is cross and peevish 10 feet of lot 1, block 74, East Ka g P. sewman., Clerk. s Cigi, a
.you can be certain that It bas wotms. tract. P. No. Ce.-kW. B. ller, W.P. \

Give it White's Cream Verniftge. Julia and Ja'. Taylor to Bara K. L. C. Crabtree, Clark;
guaranteed harmless. kxpels the Solomon, $1 and other considerations, c. Cratree, Clerk rrineauInspector; lA. *
worms and puts the baby in a healthy lots 8 to 10. block 280, New City tract. Precinct No. 20.-Mark McCurdy, J. F.
normal condition. E. A. Clubbs to W. R. Warfleld and MitchelL W. R. Eubanks, Inspectors; H. "
Sold and recommended by W. A. H. B. Owen. $1 and other cosidera- H. Renfroe. Clerk.
M D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary, tions, lots 11, 12 and 13, block 93, New Hall, W. N. Henderson, sr., Inspectors;. EdM. .S. .Se-St,.mt. .IIeDO r.
121 South Palafoz atreet. Peaela City tract. ES. Gale Bonifay. Clerk.
S.^ P ~A. A. Fisher to Charley Johason, Precinct No. 2.-W. A. Boyett F. .
$160, north 30 feet of out L gofeet of Slerln
xI f lots 1 and 2, block 56. East King tract. Preist.ct No. 2.-Cbas. Tplin John
.--- to1, s t of t 6,loH he Peoples Nationa
M. A. and A. S. Gabel to John P- TJoJohn olmonre, lapectfors; H. c.
teb! lo 4, soth AA tc ot lot 6, Precinct No. 24.-T rn mHaly. Tom Har- P Cs
block 4, East Kgtract.ris. J. G. DavenportInsectors; T. M.
E ,_ ,Mary Taplola and Anita Oobb to Scarritt. Clerk.
Special to The JournaL M. O. Wittich, $1000. north half of lot Precinct No. '5.-Ed. fton. H. A.
Marianma, Nov. 2.-The lease of the 250, Old City block 28. w~us M. W. Murphy. Inpe tors; W. ACT
"___ Keuhba Clerk.
0YASChiMpola hel changes on Nov Pensacola Development and Con- Pftrecct N. 26.-W. E. Taylor 3 . j OTO. M. CAR L 5. J
S2nd. R A Mop having sold the struction Co. to E. M. EllIott, $90. lot Colins S. R Lykes, Inpectors; B. F.
lease to Frank Edwards, of Dethan, 11. block 38, lot 14. block 49, Beach IAdy. Clerk W. A. D'A- T J. i& Jmb.
AAlA.. an experienced botel m Mr. Haven tract. Pra-nt No. 27.- L. Tharp, F. L.
S C I a Mop has been running the Chipols Same to J Baraes, $50, lot 3, e I J A ste AcClerk.
E OF PENSAC hotel for three years and has given block 67, Beach Haven tract. Preimett No. 2c--4. E. Bell.A W. oe ms Pe saa .
umlversal satisfaction to his hosts of Sane to E. M. Hasselvander, $70, ~ o TCler Inspectork.; .
WbhB .yen MEl ar 1 1R. It means, any beer tiraey may patrol. lots 5 and 7, block 134. Beach Haven P et No. 9-HE. Tate. W. W.
b pty. Wh% you call for "LION BEER," it means tone The Younag evns Democratic Club tract. Wa, D. B. Morriso, Inspectors: Dan KNOWLE8 BRO .
*v e atm s0t4 -to ar standing. gave an entertainment here Priday l eppard. Clork. *
AI mA ySe ourtite. aldna gt on having night and invited the public to listen Precact. No. Se.-W. W. Potter,. X A. - --- M
As a. to a to speeches from Bryan andTaft, re- MOCil- & -ulf Steashi rt .pInspectors;F. Tb ~z 1 i
I. d 'l ^'! re *Mobie & GulffSteamshipCo., ^tffNOl-. w: w
ERroduced bylisong p es* Prclntact No. 31.-T. W. Grirmley.em
IBe Ladies' Society of the Me ,In connection blithe Atk A &. rShel,. PC..e ,o Ipcto-.; T
dist church gave a veceptis at Mrs. Andrews Bay Rallway -W N' Mns .Precin't No. 32.-Robert Bear, P. Klein. PA.
BI. B. SLIdone frt m 3 to 5 M ck. fLrght and pnomUe service bea C. A. Wale inspectors; chas. P. Bell -a i. n
B rMwr rt-iu igraiins Viality, la yeth sad in aae ab ad o n* M -M. ?s qe., Uama cay, o A. ^enct No. .-W. T. Gdwin. J. F. g
*one 1r.. ,the e*6. .. - by. Tom? Colema Inspectors; Joseph SOU'-eHhcN BRICK CO.
uu W Nuc "-laseagenearHaywma's landifn, donthe rem u1-, Mlg eem eo*'= w-_ A. Banks,Clek-
bleo. lattahoochee river. is on the road to he dto S p1LMS flacel uP"d at the MaaCiampe e Laplo ing
HA ".reemery. The woaud w veh barely dogs and,' ft f* ^ election of November 3rd, 101S, to
r Mlm ee ery. The woi ud which barely jsdp at this special election. OO w 4h lM b
n .ola, F missed.. the. aat vein, is bea I we r. "m rsgf By the comit-ers attest. .
'and Mr. Duiwoodle wIll recover. a paseeme rae, apply to A. K. MexIIWnLAN
The asnot ee caught Bel Phone 1 Cleark B mmne Read The Journal's Want
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cha- so L op. benefit whatever, and having thus wasted so much
bard-earned money, it has come to pass that they know Packing Plant Has Purchas- "
not what to believe. ed Lxocal Site and Wi
Inasmuch as this unsatisfactory state of affairs exists,. Erect Cold Storage Rea
in need of such a medicine that we will supply them ber
with VINOL on a POSITIVE GUARANTEE that The Armour Packing company has
wOpurchased the property located on the does not succeed in benefiting them we will refund corner of arragonna and Gregory O r
thF entire amount of money paid us for it. ran w i bgnm he erection or I Cm
a large cold torage plant and ware- If you Let Locati
There ino one medicine that will cure everything, but house on or about the first of Jan-
there are some we know to be honest, reliable, and of great nary. Fitted with every modern the Gold D Tw i
equipment, the new concern will be G old D ust Tw in
curative value. Such is VINOL; it is not a secret used by the Armour Compmay in stof-
-mne,-just peptonate of iron, wine, and all the ng the large quntti. me do your srk" is a
cuAtive extractives of cod liver oil, combined. We are whicdh will be disposed of in Pensa y worko
ailiar with every particle of it, and KNOW that it cola and vienty. s. s. Jerome, who -
is general southern representative or find
should benefit every one who uses it. cmpa h enn tctr- You have probably in your own experience seen, or at our
I Ing the past week. is enthuslas ic_ our
Could any offer be more fair than this'? You are ill; over the oook, a t ard f prome woman who alwa was tired. If vant
we offer you medicine which..we believe will help you plant as any other city of her size. woman .. w Of Gold she could relieve hf
I mi id it does not we will return your money. Is there The Interest in Move a woman knew ofgt -" d i- h od hoe ForlScruv
aoutnt re is considerable interested b an F
anyone foolish enoughnot to accept thisoffer? You eled n the move bylocal business the back and heartbreaking methods of household cares.or
owe it to your family, to your friends, and yourself to try concerns, as the preene of a l Call at
( this medicine which we give you our pledge is a genuine one of the necessities of Pensaco. G mspotle r k thes,
cod liver and iron preparation of great of the nerect ion of a large plant. Gold Dust m e spotless floors, mil-whitet ,
S t, as anticipated, it will bepossible shining wood-work, lean voting dishes, and Li lten
W O V ol a torily than is possible under present *
bdr. __a d S_.._CreWaor for FeeNble O people, conditions. All up-to-date arrange- every nook and corner with which it comes in contact. 1
W. A n w n D ments will be employed, and the new
SFra W men, Al R Down plant is sure to be credit to localGold Dust cuts dirt, grease and st s like magc. It is
. P e ad e Needin a God Tonic after the birsiness Interests old ust Cuts dirt, grea and stains m
.= ----h o c That pain in your back caused, by the g atest leas ng agent that has ever been discovered, SECRE
almbago. stiff namcles or a trs tr taAIO
an easy tiling to get rid of. Ballard's an y womanie to eu ATTNT
Sany woman who has t ied to keep e without it ,
Do you think we could afford to lend our name to its snow uniment cures srhumatisun.
praises, as we have been doing in the newspapers, if we o. r .. s uld ght about face to-ay, an a package of Gold
did not know VINOL to be an honest and unusually scalds and all aches and paim. You Dust at her grocer s r e
S valuable remedy for te ills for which it is prescribed ? need i bottle in y house.
We certainly could not; we therefore ask you, our neigh* D' erte. daist Sth Do not use Soap. Naphtha, Borax, Soda, Ammonia or
borsfriends and acquaintances to accept our assurances ,..n L Keroene with Gold Dust. Gold Dust has all desirable wll ha "ve
that this is a genuine offer,and that an and all persons *leanrn qualitls in a perfectly asmleG and uuth 7:45. Al
who need a medicine of this character should feel a sense Attention, Subscribers. form. The Gold Dus Twins neel no outside help.
of security in atnepting It. To Subscribers to the Lyceum
Course: A
SYowill absolutely bender no obligation to uswhat- We are making every effort to de- Mad by THE FA ANK COMPANY. CHICAGO
Seer, if after you have tried one bottle of VINOL, and i vered today, but should you not get aer f Fairy Soap (the owl cal) ey h At
have not received any benefit, you have only to tell us ours today, you can get it at the A A HAC
--oorstoight. youtcan get.,DtsatTwh do
S so and we will return the entire amount of money you: Season tickets will be sold at t!: i t the G old D wJ t Twins do o r Wwor
P aid us for it. door to new subscribers at regul J pee al
rate. Double, $4.00; Single, $2.5: riday
V ,vIN t. an and remdy. Those wishing to buy season ticket Work
4i I VNIO 4s an old and valuable remedy improved by should come early. __ brother tr
S iodem scieace--tastes good and agees with every one. Single adss. Adultf. Rers: - i -- " Sn a s, 50 cents,
rt a g evey .. children, 25 cents. i L *i i fI f.f ber of men engaged in the Seminote the cangIe of hama tne since QGE
Call and et a bottle to-day. You won't be sorrTHE LCEM war of 1856-58, or the war with Tripoli than surprised at the reltion n -
Canl and get a bottle to-day. You won't be sorry., Lj blnlnL || in 1801-05. battieshis. All his she wooden shells "ESAr
Sl lU lU U Th "Gorge Washingtee' meets would be a light lah for oe of Ad- cla
Ssuffering default and final judgunt every requirement not only of the Ger- miral Sperry's irpedo bets. The dif- Thursda
l3 i*HNI ULsufor fai ue to appear, and allowe.d- manic Lloyd for a ship of the highest feremee between the sullen attitude of tly Itr I..
vertisements and sale of property class, but of the German emigration the Japanese them and their evident
A stoppage order was petitioned Llaw; the Setmen's Society; the Unit- cordiality now is stll greater.-Ne. C. AC
Sfor by the eitors, whch was grant- ed States immigration laws, and of the braska State Jourm.
ed by the court pending a further 1 i l la L LE regulations of the British Board of VOLUNTEER
hearing. The petitioning creditors n T trade for passenger steamships. "Owing to political exigencies,' says Volnteer Ve
and the amounts are as follows: J ome of the i o o the the Oklahoman, Cogressman Champ tons meets a
iighheCol,$1. .30. asfoows J. w at1w :of 'u r -in-greatons nbe on few hu "n la ai. U
W. Hyer. 322.29; H. S. White, 21.50; The Geo. Washington, the "George washington" are the eim,- Clark will be able to pend only a Hal &e irst
SHenry Yonge, $167.20; Escabia nation in the cabins of the first class o n Olo t t-
_Light and Power Co., $1.30. Jas. McHugh and Others Newest of -te-.German romswith bat children' s pay- dentl enforcing Attorney Cadwell's AB DANI
e room: two ect al orkd elev anti-Budwelser campaign in the me-
Weather Bureau Receives nr Head Movement Impor- LloydLine. torsfor aseer: a reatol tropols has come to the knowledge of
Notice of a Disturbance tant to Local Interests. or lou ge. sumptuous fi teand a ese.
DAVID- I...Pensacola isshortly to have anoth--SMcia. to The Josrna dome of cathedral gas,-: complete e e yY-C-, J,
in the Gulf. er public istitution to her credit I Bredo. Nov. --2.-George electrical equipment. traord iaril ft E
S, the possession of a public cold stor- W shington'. named in compliment to wide berths great two-storied smosk- .. .. .
age plant, to be operated by local thMe rst president of the United Ing room for passengers of the first
The localwealher bureau yesterday men, the advantages of which arein t am of the m e qui gn u c
afternoon at :3 o'clock ceived the Jas. McHugh, one of tae city' most tons gross register, and is the largest cold fresh and sak water at all times,
following advisory storm warning progressive citizens, is a prime lead- German-built and owned steamer in running water in rooms: dark room OFFERS THIS WEEK
rom the ral oce at Washito d and Esteemed Resident r in the movement, there being t f the l.e as t one- ne of nto heee odn. ttl Part-
erests Di Earl Yestera Plans are already in progress for the press steamrs jps "Kronprinzesin cal constructed kennels, charge fearing Little Estele Sheldo,
"Advisory warning at 2' I30 m Dd ar ee ry actual erection of the buiding, which C~e and "Kaiser Wilhelm II." of a competent keneel aste Amria's Gr ats t Child Actress.
viSome sns of a disturbI'e die o s to be situated on East Zarragolsa the same line e pe pssge ay Wilson isters-Fashon Plates of Va
oesi a e s Mornmg. stre et on a lot owned by Mr. Jas ieam aa4 ador Ge dur e i and he same time e Ie, Introducing Singing and Danc- Nothing b
g ovr extreme east galf ol - "-pug" ny. Dr. 7.vid .ayne Hill, carist- reeve the best of care. P Mig. o *.
Minds c lght on the Flora cost." -ht Plant Will Be Commodious. ended the steamship. Life Motion Picture, *ith effeets.
dto t l at Da-vid Bear, one of the oldest and WThen completed, the plant will be i new vesel is the latest and Commodore Perry. could he rise Matinee every da-y. 4:30 p. Admls. but all kind
lb P m am t Jhighly respecte citizens Of Pen- ftted up with 31 cold storage rooms, highest type of passenger and freight from his grave long enough to see sion, 10 cents to all.
iiIH Ii died yesterday morning about carloads of material. A dry refrlg- .lin. improewmt and achievement Yokohama.. wold he more pleased at p. m. Night prices, ten and twenty cents,..ARR ,
au .e i daughter Mrs r Max J.t Kae on ENl which will do away with the usual typified hi the "George Washington." wl a
S- acCB e ,..-. ---, Baylen street. Death was due to o1l dampness attendant upo the coanm- All that e xperience has demonstrated -- ---- --
/age. to be spared in making the plant one 'lage ecemgoing steaemghips has
il hThe decease- nac reached the ripe which will 'do credit to the city, and been used to advantage by the build-
DAN KB Ii P//U age of 73 years, and was a native of one whose completeness will be one s ^we e U SL
Bavaria. He came to this country of its chief essentials. The amount In roominess this new giant of the
when a young man, and kater settled of money to be expended is to be oan is Unsurpassed, and while com- I-__ "
Creditors Ask That Pensa- scola. where rhaespent alsnt $75,000.Tto. AT 12 O'CLOCK P. M. t
cond cted a grocery store on East of local merchants, who will be en- "George Washington" will have a
cola Abstract Co. Be De- Hill.'but retired from business about abled to handle much larger quanti- speed of not less than 18.5 knots per
four years ago. ties of perishable goods th in has been hour. It is the coefident opinion of
c~lared Bankrupt. The deceased Is survived by a large the case previously. The work of her t that she will excel
number of relatives, among them be- getting the grounds into shape for even this speed. which is sufficient to

ing Morris, Max and Jake Bear, Phil- building purposes has already com ke the crossing i ss tha seven
ip. Max and Albert Klein. nephews: menced. das. AT THE U
A petition has been filed in the Mrs. Max J. Kahn and Mrs. Herman_ Some idea of the colossal propor- *
raftted States court by creditors of J. Greenbut. grand daughters. In ad------ tionsof he "George Washington" ma
abt the court declare the company Alabama and a sister in Germany. of the vessel:diHA FARM, 2 Miles West of CaitoneIII t, Fla,
bankrupt. The involuntary petition la- The funeral servicess will be con- l Length 722 feet 5 Inches: beam, 78
tege hat the company committed an ducted this morning at 10 o'clock at JdLI depth from upper saloon deck. Fam Stok Imlmn Mach
met of bankruptcy on Sept. 7, when it the home of Mrs. Kahn. No. 815 N. k S uaeV 4 feet: depth from awning deck., ll EUlI5IG, FoSn
pauffered a certain creditor to obtain Baylen street, and the Intormetn will feet; displacement at draught of 33 ati
,reference through legal proceedings. be in the Hebrew cemetery. A feet, 3. tOs; iaber of paseen- ETC.
____ gers. 2,941; crew, 525; cargo capacity. ta
S- 13,0W tens: gross registered tons. 27.-

daily." Why notyou? home pwer. highest and best bidder the following property.
The Real M e t of Our Suits quality produces qual- Two good mules, with their harness; good milk and
it e guarantee that th osev of a mile n let. butter cow; 1 lot of goats; hay press; hay stacker; mow
Is the dependability of the garments Goodap- each can of our ackson stood n end wld tower 1 ingmachines, hay rakes; hay tedder; rice huller and at- DIR
pearances for sale purposes only are deceptive affhc- Sqare has uniform W. D. t ohe tachments; four-horse disk plow; disk ard Acme lsi ows;
tons of a great deal of ready-to-wear suits. merit Now cents, at e for hom the va two-horse cultivators; corn and pea drills; Silage cutter; 2 PRO
KUPPENHEIMER AND LAWRENCE your grocer. "Ask the pi f tahe highest mst is as great two-horse wagons; 1 low iron two-horse wagon; various D C
clothing for men and young men are dependable man.' es the al eets haress tools etc. Also several tons of newo-As
from linings to outer fabric and through every pro- A0 tt ie saemrh oF the 0eelt f e'hay-. o Ma-,
f cess of making. The ship w ill *- y 520 farse cabin At the same time the Farm of 60 Acres, all fenced,
i tpwnerS qag $ .q ses**mers: 37?T eomad cabin; 614 well improved, with nearly 400 acres of well-cleared land
.. M .a Ha U ANSON. C P**I Ltd. New Orleans, La. &a,40 ast 4 r will be sold (or leased for a period of one mo three years) ls f a
ao aNS N.noa CAS O.U .nev't. L td.,ew e rWm Th 4" isv usber i to the highest and best bidder.
m*Le issBe 2r Cow se tsan. r thestse"sni" tu This sale is absolute and without reserve.
Pheme 27 P.neaela-F.orida. Ph*P. 476 Pwugaa cpt New York. NsylaiaO.2, DR .
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