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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 5, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Volume ID: VID01232
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LARGE MAJORITIES WERE GIVEN


THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES


I= c pleion of the Radicl. Changes in Indiana's W. J. Bryan Pleased at the Deociats Have E:cted COnressm an Fowler After
Conigess Will Representation in House Outcome in His Home Governors in Many States "Uncle" Joe Cannon's Job
b -.Rqmblican. of Representatives. State of Nebraska. Formerly Rep Ian.
Sy Associated Press. the house t i the sixty-first congress.
-TTAR HAS 11 DEMOCRATS AND HOPES TO BRING SMALL PLU Y Fowler. chairman of the committee on house of reprentive ha elect
TWO RCANS--^ -_ Tbanking and currency of the house of board of manafer.. coiiist ing of seven
SC K MEN TWO REPUB ICANS ABOUT REFORMS FOR TAFT NOHIO representatives. and represents he member. which shall he cha:-.,d wt
Fifth district of New Jersey, w ai that direction of legislation which is
- just been elected for the eighth time. now assumed by the speaker of the
0 D btfu District The Entire rTuio,:ratic State Running For Office Has Oki- Taximuany Gets All Impor-. announces as candidate for speaker of house."
Aiw to Be Heard From, Ticket, Ienuding Mem- ly Been an Incident to This tant Offices in N York, .
ind Theme May Chage brs of Legislature, Was Work-Wanted to. Insti- But Chandler's aty ISS Heln Taft IS MUCh
the 0-t- Democrats Carried, Which Means the tute Reforms and For This Over Hughes is Oly 50,- Pl ascd at Father's l tin
la a M7-t 10. Elimination of Senator Reason Aspired to Become 000--Colorado Goes For a -
C h-dred HSemenway. President. Bryan and Elects a Demo- 1v Associated Preas. of her father's success at yesterday's
d. s mIalu dis- C ratic Governor. Philadelphia. Nov. 4.-Miss Helen election, and today is receiving con-
"boohetw a "a ethe tss. rBI Asmeclated Pre-- Taft, daughter of the president-elect. at on toio ci lasns-ma ts a
Sthe sixty Inilasapolis,- lat, Nov. 4.-A radi- Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 4.-While not 4 a student at Bryn Mawr College, near spent ome time watching 'the returns
t eo eubMto po l eange in hldian's representation caring to dcuss at tis time the po- .T late here. is naturally delighted because in front of newspaper olces.
pe 1. WU b a Uiublica. Thenr t.ainton, Nov..Jt.---x latest
ranlt ina ~4-ibttlI districts In the natlimol house of represent- tical effect of the democratic vic- election returns inicate-he follow-
AM'ONtr ,- The nearly natives was the moat striking feature tory in his home state or to analyze .
0'intWh5 M.8 .m: pof yesterday's electtml Late ano- the causes. Wm. J. Bryan this after-.* .-. t I II #li I l u u
.w .ep.OW eal returns complete, give the Dome- noon in an informal talk to a number New York-Ta 2, plurality JURY OUT IN THE Ir
*S *.. ...... 9,m .. lartoy o a members and the of friends who called expressed his In the state; Taft in Greater New MORSE-CURTIS CASE *ULILIII iLlll
...~... ........... 8 members for the Democrats. Taft pleasure at the result in Nebraska, York, 15,645 plurality BI bes plural- -- pA a
l ..H... ... .. 1 carried the state for president by ad t a t o. ity in state, 69,819; praliy ew York. Nov. 4.-The case I
to learn of the election of on Greor r 0rsea
Ite.tt ....... .... 6, about eight thousand. his political and persoAl frieS .Mr. in Greater Nelw Y,000. Tam- of Charles 0. Morse and A. H. IIL
>.... ........... .Thomms R. Marshall aa the entire BrP "" a .y gets all imlrcal offices. Curtis, charged with violating ll F
.r ................. 3 .Democratic tate ticket wil probably h l gratiled over the re- Pennsylvania-Tat, 00 plural- 4 the national banking laws. was UL I
....: .......... 11 be elected by a plrality about l- ...Ilt1a s hi tad The .__ re- ra p lra4 given to the jury in the United 4#
S..tsinthi.s state. -T-e national .de.Ity
"Idelui................ .. 1 tame th :1wad The state legislature fea ..ha..otbn -spot Maryland-linomup turns indi! # States court here today. -
............... 19 wl probably be Democratic, which feat has not been such a disappoint cate Tat plurality. e Morse jury has been
tm en t w hen w e have so m any things ca#e Taft p lur liYM o. rs he re toy a y. -Tbe
Ind a ................... 9 3 mea a Deneratic successor to Sen- onole us I he av s West Virginia- govern- locked up for the night. Jdge Amercans There ew R
owa .................... l is abr HIemnaway h ws probably be evinced ~m f ends.., hat -u a for leading, with Tatt plurality Hough announced that court *
a ........... ..... .a t S te n only been s ic1at 1 My' on returns fr abot t one-third of will again he convened tomor. suit of Election at an*
--*kty .......... 8 h.... s aw jn W. rm is one, o o wae ne4r o n the state. -Eaow.
eW ............... holding office, but I wanted to do cer- Nebraska-Bryan 100 plurality, *- Early our
39V a!::................" i .I.** tata works, and it looked as ,ough with a democratic gonor ad 1 L-. *9 *** y *
*t * * ** *the presidency might offer the p Missourincplete tussh -
S.......... 3 11 tuaty to do that work. I a se complete ey Asscate Press
............ that in my Private life I can hav a Bryan ing, with a blcn gov- Berlin Nov 4Extra dtn o
**......:**!::^. chance to do something. OneV $s'ot errat no ei ci L500t 1e ne
*t** S required to hold office In order to do Indiana--Taft' s pl ty 15,000, the newspapers announcing the ele-
............ S Ibig things; ose can simply do those M .h. defeats Wata for eUSI E tion of Williamn H. Taft as president
S. ........... 1 "- id so]mt thing witMN ois reacear, and .or.elec.ltrIe L of the United States were circulated
.....chs h of us al. I stl hope Kentucky-Brya here at 7: 30 o'clock thi morning.
...........- tobOf t ee in bringing about hio-T,'pmiExcelptional interest washtakn n
........ '. nIIr eeded reform.'Taf00 %' Hro -Ii I ir result on acount of the 1re4ed
.TjF '' Ubl3 I effect of the 'election on the usinelssa
...... ... ... situation in the United States. The
*-. .......MmMi ,. cIforbais cl a n ue taet, ,- .... ha ,. ....ral.. f.rc....
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.. ........... 4. AP M 'IIWA Nevam rWeeII t r .-^,' Drui'b"1 ..A 1 a -ns-hst- Mr. Tat's ction wa.s ex
7 .. loradoi- oo Weekslly Bryan. demo. Since Fleet's Visit. < ary lely.
"ts.: : .. .. z and % W -ot Cwui der twuur ti goeror ture .b .- whom were Ambassor Dad Jayne
Tennesse.........- 2 .aTa ,, T. 00,. .r,-rnor
y ..a...... ....1...6. .. Cabinet o t ... ..ern. Hill ...ed B.y Jms A of 15.- mb "n
IobNson re-elected by upward 0! 15.- By Associated Prft aster to Persia; Alex Thackera gen-
Verot ........ ........ A"p-O- entS. ULPI|i II( II Waeslngton-Taft 40,000 (incom- Victoria, B. C., Nov. 4.-Rarely have- eral consul at Berlin; J Jonn Gaffney.
Virnia .............. Ilr l.IIi 9 1 pl ete); republican governor by 25,000. the newspapers of any country indalg- consul general at Dresden and R. S.
Washblton ............. 3 U Caftornla-Taft 75,000; probably re ed in more complimentary references Hitt. secretary of the American em-
West Virgi6 a .......... .. by A0Ma- .e e6 s. publicap legislature to another nation than did the news bassy here received early returns by
Wyon .............., 1 m l Norv. 4.-"Please ay I .Mlelligan-Republican ', 120,000; papers of Japan on the occasion of cable at the Hotel Adion.
,aM Ue .c t.............. 10 am fftly healthy, but tired," was Unofficial Figures Give Taft both sides claim governshin. the recent visit of the American bat- FATAL THROW OF LASSO.
-' ,-- the Mssage Taft wished uttered tor ,.. Delaware-Taft by 2,500. tieship fleet. Copies of Japanese pa-
Total ................ 2. hlbMtonight. "I am going away for the State by 1o VoteS. New Jersey-Taft by 65.000. per= arrived here today. El Paso, m T .. Nov. 4.-Jessie Ake,
Majority necessary r ~~.aslative a complete rest for two weeks," said T .. Oklahoma-Bryan by 25,000. One paper says: a cowboy, will have to answer a mur-
control, 1~K the judge. LThe L-atter's PlUtral y Iowa-Taft by 57.000. Entire re- "The cordial relations between der charge. As a Santa F.' work train
LID WAS ONU Tu1 "No, I am not going to hold politi- iorMtinn' to Increas an[ Publican state ticket; republican leg- America and Japanese are a guarantee loaded with Mexicans. was passing.
D WA ON T cal conferences, neither am I going to ... I- .. slature. Cummings wins senatorship. of the world's peace, the keystone of Ake lassoed Fred l.edbur. whom he
Demoohls, Ala. Nov. 4.-At *the consider cabinet construction. nor po. Indications Are He W 'll Wiqeensin-Taft by 75.000. a pervading civilization and a ladder dragged from the train. l.edbnr was
history ofDeamopolls have thm litical appointments during that time. South Dakota-Taft plurality of 2:..- to the higher development of human- killed by the fal'. as th" train was
been closed as tight a the It to be a period of a nearly abso- Have 309 Electoral Votes.00 and upwards, republican govern- ity." running twenty mie an hour.
T7e0day, not even the back Ia lute rest and quiet as I can make it." or. Another says:
was e cmste' beretotore5and Judge Taft leaves for Hot Springs. Utah-Taft by 15.000; state ticket "We regard the United States as
*anot a tlrop to b the'ad fto Va.. Friday. After leaving Hot y A ated p republican by 10.000. our best friend." A labam a M an td
of the Walkas. Under the law they Springs the Taft fa aly is considering New York, Nov. 4.-Practically coc- Kansas-Republican by 20,400 to Still another says: A i
are reoqiul6 to close the da ter- f a number of places for a residence plete returns received up to a late 30.000, republican legislature. '-With hearts overflowing with
the olectionsan stay closedintil during the moentas that will inter- hour tonight indicate that We. H. Sou0h Carolina-Bryan by 55,000. pleasure and with'the deepest sincer- Third
ter the ele ota. ree before the Inauguration. Among Taft of Ohio, as president-elect, will Vit glna-Bryan by 30,000. ity we extend our welcome to the bat-
these Is Asheville, N. C., which has have 309 votes in the electoral college. Texas-Bryan by 165.000. tleship fleet of our friendly neighbor."
some objections because of the cold. This is within sixteen votes of ti-te Florida-Usual democratic majority,
. 4 4 p 9 and Atlanta, Ga. the consideration forecast made by National Chairma large plurality for three democratic LIVE STOCK SHOW. s a to The J al
ALF MILLION LAof which is now being brought for- Hitchcock and wxty-seven aore than congressmen. St. Paul. 31inn. Nov. 4.-The larg- Anniston Nov. 4.-W. H. Zinn
NALP MILLION DOLAR ward. a majority out of a total electoral North Carolina-Bryan by 40.000: est live stock show ever held in the of 4his pace.s start on hs their
* PIRE IN ONTARIO 1'^FN The7 e thousand and more telegrams vote of 483. eighth district apparently republican northwest Is promised by the ro- trip around the world, the following
1- *of congratulation ave -been delivered The most important news in the late by small majority; tenth district pos- motes of the big exhibitions to be being his itinerary:
m Sfi SldOntariot Nov. 4. to Jbdge Taft today. The judge early returns indicates that Maryland, after sibly small democratic majority: re- held ere beginning November 17. En- ving New York November 28. he
0 -The town of Pembroke was this morning gave hearty expression vacillating during the day and appar- publicans gain 21 seats in legisla- tries are coming in rapidly from all will go direct to Madeira. At Ma-
* devastated by fire today. Forty to the gratilcation he felt on his elec- ently being sate for the democracy, ture: Overman re-elected senator. over this ection of the country deira he w11 catch a steamer bound
buldln hbase alredLy been de- tt.ie has been swung into the Taft column., Georgia-Bryan by 20,000: -heavy re- from Lon to Cape Town, South Af-
stro edband tvent eight other Unofficial figures give Taft the state publican gains; Watson carried about rica. Prom Cape Town he will go by
Sareyd bani ng ty-mbroke is BARK GOES TO PIECES. by 136 votes. Maryland is the last a half dozen counties; sinall independ- .... 4.. rail to the different places of interest
* town of 5,500 Inhabitants. The /Quebec Nov. .-Norweglan bark of tile doubtful states to be hear eat vote. *taking in te great falls of the Zam-
Sfire hs now under controL N -, ur, lumber laden. blown ashore from. Indiana and,West rginia, as Arkansas-Bryan by vote probably besi 'ver, which rival Niagara. From
* liven were lost. The loss ei the gale In the Gulf StL. w- well as Montana, turned out to be equalling Roowevelts. COMPLETE RETURNS bck to e e coast of Africa,
* tlmated" at $50,000. rence last Satulnay. hs gone to Daely reublican.T
-pieces. Captain Madden and It Colorado went for Bryan. Bryan DINNER TO TAFT. 4
4 pieces. Captain Madden and B has a total of 174 votes, two less than Bryan. Tart.
** crew were rescued with difficulty. the received in 18. t. Cincinnati. Nov. 4.-As a personal Alabama ........... O.... 11
The senate retains its republican I tribute of esteem and respect, the ralorna. ......... ..10 "C
cosplexton. although there will be a 'tnati Commercial Club will on Colorado ................ 5 ra
States to Cast ectoral material change in the personnel. Thursday night give a dinner for connectieut .............7 *7
E. CV ^ O Chairman Mack. of the democratic Judge William H. Taft,-who for many o re ........... 5
party, issued a statement tonight in years has been a memberr, ad often Goria ............... 13 ..
which 'Vw said be did ndt believe the speaker, of that orsCtwa'ion G Idaho .............. ..
S. Bryan will run for president again. There also will be invited guests from Inoll o .................. 7 *v Associate Press.
-the commercial clubs of Chicago, St. Indiana .............. is St. Paul. iSL inn., Nov. .-General
y A cat Pe tal votes for Tatt: Californi. Con MISSOURI IS Lous and Boston. with which Kansas ............... 10 Solicitor R. Berg of the Great
New York. Nov. 4.-The follow necticut, Delaware, Idabo, Illinois, In-an NOW DOUBTFUL Cnc t iSa ton as n t ::......::::::::: :: Northern railroad, today confirmed
states will cast their eletora votes diana, Iowa Kasas Maine, Massachu- os nvitatio maan................. thshortage of in the accoats
do Florida.Georgia, e ew Ham hire ew Jersey New New York ov. 4.-An el th- e dinner ashu s plannedMichigan ......... 14 0 of A. J. Gordon of Spo e a..
ausiana Mississippi. Mlae eYork, North Dakota. Ohio, Oregon, hour development was the pla oth of t ner was spne without I a ............ formerly genera counsel of the reat
Lso r a.onceied to thosught, of t h wos o p)he possible" Ormon Minnesota 1.. .......... 11
ad, Nebraska, North Caroa Okla- Pennsylvania. Rhode Island. Soth Da Missouri, which had been conceded to tt e pot e of he ississippi...........orhrn Spokae. Speaking of the
bnma. Seath Carolina, Tenasee, kota. Utah. Vermot, W.Wanton, Brya. in the doubtful column. election, being intended as a personal Missour............... 18 .. matter. M. er sad:
ahr-,o Ut. r ft ..Bte. Mourn ............... '-Ist i t i
Texas. Viralnla. West Virgina Wisconsin, Wyoming eould tonight's returns continue e. on ......... ... a In hisace tha Gordon is short
The folowtl will cast their ele40- 4 Marylua Tafts ead, the republican candidate Ne vada ............... 3
ii s Probable total327.two more than :. "V.~""or-.... .-..-3 ---
ROOSV Explaior What He iginally claimed for "him by Hitch- T MASENATEAN north Carolina....12 R OSevelt a A

Meant Jby 'Beaten to a Frazz' TA.A ."1-. l ** . Emperor Wil
--' *., >__..... = ___ S 1presen, laicat* coc k.* p Pe. at K ucnbcans will have about south Dakota ........... 4
R oose velt Expl-tns W hat Het AN rOhio ................1 23 Eo
.. ..SCHOOW ,_ OIL LADEN, By Associated orex ............... ..4
Wash n D. c..qor. 4. O r to a c :. throwiW a Ifted match .k1 iM 1 v. 1 b .Pennsylvania................
M e theaan t ms y let- ant te beat-- to a fral." of the Baoaten schooner Wave attT orYE-AT'A A .. 12 l essor of tRhtodal et Il at Cd.....
terms otf eonratuatl~at a the relt e i l that it to a common Port Tampa last nhta the cargo ex- opre s tiw tos w thatt a South Carolina s veri.......tr. W l orrow
the election r t Wuioth a a e It pled. ett chooer on re dy rDakota ....... .. 7 Dv professor of eolo
Tmpa Va aNov. 4 .- w b *o tlwjrds majoi ty ,- in Te e ....... .: 7 .S .a winte s e l r


ube some dhtic truhedt hn d ia e to o reer tlem Oi company. Captain Wish and the a Tas r to choice 174 M gr.ad hBall of th sa-er. s tedi
tr. teoardin the meal ma let t ta vbo to the te m ora raiu cook were badly burned. T Waveat or 1a.a ly a t ,T a4 a brilliant audiece ri oent


The Seven Precincts to Be


Heard


From Cannot


Change the Result.


STOKES AND WIGGINS
LED BY 400 VOTES

The Districts to Be Heard
From Will Increase the
Majorities-Van Pelt Is
Overwhelmingly.; Elected.
Amendments Iave Car-
ri'ed-Count to Be Made*
Friday.

The returns from the election is
Escambia county have boen sI w ir
coming in and the figures i om m'even
precincts have not yet been received.
These returns cannot, however
change the result, and will only serve
to increase the majorities of the
democratic candidates. The results
from 26 precincts out of the 33 show
the following on the legislative con-
Lest:


.T-&gislgtive Rsult.
Democratic-
John P. Stokes................ 1561
C. 1. Wiggin. ............... 15:6
Republican-
F. F. Bingham ...............1108
W. A. J. Pollock ............988
Result on Sheriff;
The reAers -on the race for sBriff
have been received from only 132. -
cincts of the 33, but they show Sheriff
James C. Van Pelt to be overWhelm-
Ingly elected. The vote as far as re-
ceived stands:
Van Pelt ........................888
Jackson ......................... 333
Unreported Precincts.
The precincts that are unreported_ ,
on the legislative ticket are as follows:
No. 1-Goldback's store: No. 3-Mill-
view; No. 4-rierry Pass; No. 10-
Reilly's old field: No. 24-Palmetto
B ;!-edricu, P .
-Uratt of w -rof
in sensiang In the boxes looked
reports up In the box, so I hat the one
Intended for outside use cannot be
had until the boxes are opened for a
canvass of the votes tomorrow.
Amendments Carry.
An estimate ofrthe vote on the
amendments, from the incomplete re-
ports, Indicates that all three of then
carried in Escanbia county by from
400 to 600 majority.
Count at 10 a. m. Friday.
The official canvass of the returns
will be made in County Judge Bellin- .
ger's office Friday at 10 o'clock. The
canvassing board is composed o!
County Judge Henry Bellinger. Super
visor of Registration J. D. Goss. and
(Continued on second Paee.)


o Make

rip Around World


touching at Zanzibar awd Momboza.
Frc-m the latter place he will go over
.the wonderful Uganda railway to
lake Victoria. which is the source of
the Nile.
On returning to Momboza he will
go to Bombay, Colombo. Singapore
Houg Kong. Shanghai and Port Ajr-
thur, so as to travel by the Siberian
railroad. On h.sereturn to this cotn-
try he will have completed his third
trip around the world during the past
ten years. It Is his intention to reach
home-again during the month of June,
190.


Counsel of

* Short $50,000


"As I understand It he was seat
two drafts to pay into court the
amount of taxes in litigation in Perry
county. One of the drafts, I under-
stand. was for $30,000 and the other
for $20.000. He took the money a&
we are sorry."
"Has he promised ro pay up?" was
asked.
-Yes. but we doubt if he can do It.
We have not decided whether or at
we will prosecute."


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Ham of Germany


Preastant Adler received a lterW
from President Roosevelt in vUhick
the writer said:
."I hve a very great respect for the
Geran people and the GermnS e-
eror and I am sure that you will be '
soocesfui in carrying out the greI
talk of strengthening the ties of a '
l1 good will. respect and serv -
.wIeb bould unite Germany sand h ...
Vafted States." -, -
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Cushion -bs s UNf fHl bif KS bI UI HIrUWI.! nre are two of this season s most correct st
Preusleast -4epar amoan's Park.soH
stk es OVERCes............0OATS---
Su............................. t. Fisheries Bureau to IT IS NOW GOING AT THE RATE built by the
VU s .............................. b4uiltsbysthet
V= .M. .............................. OF 500 OARD FEEr MEA UIE
.......... Exterminate Shark in M FEET MAuwo correct clothe
The easiest shoe on earth,- ta.......... South Atlanti.....A YEAR OR Ev Y M
.. ............ ....... CSouthAtlatic- MAN AND CHILD.
conforms perfectly to the ................... 0 rs
ha o.. ..f the bottom of the ..... .:: ................... '41
hape of the bottom ofthe. ..................14 Savannah. Ga., Nov. 4.-A warfare "We are now cutting timber from
:oot. We have just received a for the extermination of tue sharks the forest of the Unites States at the
da rkes .............S................... 4i which abound in the waters of the rate of |0 feet board measure a year
hipment f this elrated4 .m .....*-.. .. .-. South Atlantic win shortly be inaugu- for every man. woman, and child. In
Po ock ............................... is rated by the government ft-berles bu- urope they use only 60 board feet."
an4, most famous shoe. Needs v Pet ............................ a7 reau, wita the co-operation of the big Few tataem ts could be made
no breaking in Assures per- d............................ shing companies of this section. It which would better convince the a.-
no breaking in. Assures per- poelchu 7-Pine Barre.is alleged that the sharks are re- age man that this oomatry leads the f at o.
fect comfort. kes............................... 41 sponsible for the scarcity of edible world in the demand for timber. It Of Baltimore.
S........:... ...... 1 Ash. For some time there has been is made by Treadwel CQeveland, Jr.,
$5 PA............... complaint among R.hermen of con- in a circular wUic treats of the con- We haVe a fu
..'... ................ .. ....2 stantly decreasing catches, and unless servation of the forests, eoll. wter.
all s ........................ 14 steps are taken to' elhninate the and al the other great natural r- these handsorm
Cures Corns and Callous r p.ct a-c. 'v share, a fish famine is mntnent. source, which has Just been pblis -an
Spts, perspiring and burn-.........................::::::::::: As one of tae measures r exter- ed y the United States Forest Serv-
S........4.. .... miating the sharks amd dogfish. ice. In speaking further of the con- now on our cO
ng feet, prevents colds and I- e ................ ... .......... which devour the smaller fishes, it is somption of tiper in this country,
reca nt a *lff Spr@,. proposed to establish fisherles-Tor the Mr. Cleveland says: together with
euralgia. Come around, stokes ............................... 40 preparation of sharks for food. It is "At this rate, in less than thirty
ir and find out ........................... declared that the "tigers of the sea" years all our remaining virgin timber ther orr t t
y on a pair and find out ::: ::............ are .reallytaty and nutritious. and will be cut. Mesatime, the forests
what real Shoe pleasure is. P v~et 11--walut M.il. t at in time shark as a diet will ba- which have bee cut over Are general- both short an
SS tokes ............................... 4 come poplar. ly in a bad waY for waentof care;
...s ............................ 4s It, is said that sharks are doing mil- they will prodMuce emnly inferior second
a.... '_ -...................0...... lions of dollars worth g damage an- grsw. We are clerly over the COats, which V
van n Pt ............................. nually to commercial fisheries on the verge of a timber famine.ed to
iT N iiK I i anu ~JaeiaS....................... Ibcoast by devouring other valuable 'nhsis not due to necessity, for be pleased t
Seaembeck ........................... i food fishes and incidentally by de. the forests are one of the renewable
P. ..t1 la--Cty. stroying the nets oft here The reources. Rightly used, they go on
Feet FrFot Folks S .to. ............................... 2 large fish shipping Industry nakes producing erop ter crop indefinitely.
W. ............................... 15 the matter of peculiar Interest here The countAts of wtrope know this.
10 South Phafox Street....e 5. _........ .........*1 and experiments to protect this in. ad Japan inowst; ad their forests ir f$
P ar ae.s-city. dustry will be given attentlo. Stieps9 re becoming wh time aot less, but
%, ... .................:::....:: 173 It is needless to say that the o-opera- POsseeS sucgiet forest land to grow
S........................ s ton of the fih dealers along the wod euf at thome to applyy our S a c
Po-l--ck ....*. ^.......... 9 coast will be heartily given to any own needs. If we are not blud, or 1 Fm ch ee
measures whif may be adopted. wilfully wasteful, we may yet pre- hMm v
stokes ............................... To determine the availability of the serve our foet lmdepeneFe end.-
:::: ::: : naB dogfish, or mall shark, as food the with It. the fourth ou our great Indus-
S............................ 2 bureau of fieri now d es.
Pred"nct 15--City. a series of investigations. Mlberq "Present wastes t lumber produc-
SmI I L teben .................................. 4 of the state of the bureau have tried tion are enormous. Take the case of
I .............................. 1 tem fried and cooked in various oth- yelloww pine, whilh mow heads the
S............------.......... er ways, and have found them excel- list in the volume o amamal cut. In
-- Pelt ......................... 327 lent. The fish has no boes, is more 107 it i ti d tht only Oehalf
Mrs B Pitt ie Aw .....................11 nutritious than beebteak, pound for of all the yeBow ple cut during the Everything to W ear.
Mrs. B. X. Pint Pained Away -rele llWe. pound and it ought to prove the cheap- sason was msed *list the Other Q
tokes .............................. er of all foods. Iai-eiue as dogIiah half, amounting to 8,$s 0 cords,
t ........................*..... 9 by reason of their vast abundance. WS was wtd. SCk 5 is typIcal.
v N ht. P ................................ 1 a be sold prostably and Q#Wply by Mr. R. A. Long, I d s .sadress
Iat l .t... prsc. ...4..M. the fishermen. The asteaent is 'Frest (o~ atJn Mt the confer- -.-- .. \ .
_____ .. kes .............................. 1t made by those connected with the enpe of gyoverpo last spring, pointed curiosities of the sea. A hatchery favorable place for thawing out the announced by the gov
.i W .............................. s mrles bureau that in the creation out hat 20 rcet of the Y pla ill be in operation during the time of winter stirness of the baseball glad- of food and drug inspect
Mrs. Pitt, wile of ~ Pitt, M.......................2 of a market for kogash avd tkeir by. was simply ioft in the woods--a Wste the exposition, salmon, trout and wilte lators. in Wasaind on Nove
the fammy home a thisn city. Sl N.S *........................12 products lies the solution of tMe edi. which rermse the timber reag sh betg propogated the rerees of
rcos.street. b r ble flih problem, on 300000 acresA fA working postoffice with all LAST DAY OF RACING. ofthe country WI be
o'lock aht a- fi Ptt had St"'"................................3 Already, on tme Nova Sotia coast. t'he res f theo wute w takee piaoe laboraving appliances will -New Y... .-A a d prtunity to defend th<
befpen i g -OMew it*r .tN two. ............................. these fish are put up in cans, and at the ill. Of courseItwould never esaistafned by the United. States New Yoo , a d r. The.
ars a t .................... 7 the Industry is said to be qutte profit- do to speak of h il td the grounds othe Alska-Yukon at Jamaica trac the horses
usable. .leave. .bes. Abe. 71 Presist I-Moune. able. The oil Is used for lubricating at the mill as wte t lees this mate- exposition at Seattle next sum- will again be seen i action this at- this is denied by the
veers -JatH d .tyher Stakes ........ ................. 22 purposes, and the skin, which is w- rial could .e tered to use by some me. Of special interestwill be the ternoon, making their farewell appear-
ba, al t~r ewo W .............................. 23 terproof ani tough. covered with better and moKe thorough form of new stamp cancelling machine the ance in this .state or the year. Ow-
rlift. a of ... -- a -.................... mall toothlike thorns. ot close to- mUHpzatioyL But -i many eases we distribution of the foreign malls and ng to the abolition of betting, the
r. t aS 4 -s V tl 0.t............................: 7 get.her, is employed by ctblnet work- know, and In many other cases we the bureau for handling misdirected season just closed has b ancial pc in
retr 4Im of bher i-| auon ............................. 10 ers and metal workers for scraping have exceBent beosom to beleve, that letters and sporting failure unless the -
br the W I. Pe n .. t 2-PmePnasn.. and polishing. In rope th9er tks most, if ant at'of s material could Hart-Agnew law is autai r repeal. ,
_0) ,_ MIt. th1r _.r 0 5toh ................................ ar used fore overtg eared-aseo, ew. be used with bh4St. It I simply a COTTON GIN BURNED. eJ. it is general th
ro .. ::::::: : :::::...................... bo.es. sword bIlts and ost qeShs re tsataa v aw Aiston, Ala., Nov. 4-The ,ovPort is dead in i or
..... .'-.. ....-...... .... and various ornamental object* ad, dre th a,-41, Of haMng the will Ai
WPmwqy b e e :,d.....-- ..-* ou aetal object to economize. o and machinery, together with our MUNICIPAL PROBLEMS. Joseph Norwood, eatt
Wff-9S SUGAR '- of"''."But there ae other ways to eon- bales of cotton, between 1,500 and
If saaS dii not A. serve::isere the forests besides cutting 1 2,000 bushels of cotton seed. three Pittsbur. Pa., Nov. .-P c l r dianos
qua-4 st nt aste-theo t. "............................. 7 half the pagat wate of foerat pro- meat hogs, sles and other xtures, cities comn ssions, co r- on of h was defeated for
.............. ducts. The ogeZsts can be made to belonging to l.eJ. McCullough, near natural resources. (hartel,'nd eltor he w ef of hi- r
tsh twotalf........i.t..................... ioco r
is a-- obe n t. t ]L ............................. L produce three or- four times as raptJ- Weaver. was destroyed by fire about al reforms. billboards, the .moke mui be. ofacshi's
to -. s M l. bir ..... l........ .y a4 they do at present. This Is true 7 p. m. yesterday, entalling a loss of sance. school extension, eanitatie, controveray He dis
a M ...... ................. 70 over lands. Virgin forests are oft. supposed to have originated from a prolm and pbli playgrounds are
readily i an, el ::o:...................... 13 fully stocked with first-class timber. match. some of the subjects announced for c t h wa
1 s5 Ju r r. P...... as ................-.......7 Ibut this stock has been laid n very consideration in the progTO HREVEPORT.conm for the
for CalM The a" -1461l Pre1st.6-Croeemr's Mill. slowly, on account-ot- the wa teful CUBS TO SHREVEPORT convention of Natinal M i t. -res o
TsiM Mm Ch 'E be stm d Stokes............................... competitioni n which is carried on con- Chicago. Nov.4.-Shreveport, La., League and American Civic con tha e
for 3 11C.. ........... G f o C e stantly between the rival tr-es. Then, will probably be selected as the tie. sess-on-- will -IW T- o.... wth the
.............Gift From Andrew Carnegie too in the virgin forests therear spring training quarterofthe world' member 1 and exted thouh four letter m
n ftnif Ull iirf illin Pr e. "-Chy-nc1n*t. many trees which have reac.icd champion Cubs. according to reports .... In e lntemit of
S............................ 57 and C t Over One Hun- ty and stopped rowing, and th now current here. President Murphy TO DEFEND BLEACHING LOUR. it looks like
.... ...........4.:.: occupy space which, if held by youngand Manager Chance are bot.h said to play by the DeO oeFats
S ...LU......E .......... ........ 4 dred Thousand. er trees, would be laying in a new favor the Louisiana City as the most Washington, Nov. 4.-A hearing is election.-Kan- O3ty
Va Pelt- ............................. 7 1. stock constantly. Az regards the crt-
IE JaeIk [n 1 .............................. -'over land, severe cutting, followed by - .
Precinct 27-City. The new Carnegie Library at Stel tre, has checked growth M seriously
Stakes ................................ 1s son University has been opened to that in most cases reproductio' 4s
S..I ........................ ...... the faculty and students. It is a both poor atd slow, w-ile i. many oth-
--agm ............................. 5 splendid building with complete mod- er cases there is no true forces re- -_____
........ ... ............'.'' '.......it. ern eoqr pment. It issa United Slate production at all at present, and there J l F
^. Ca muig ............................ 5m ent of more than a bhudreJ and H PITI
Setlock .... j - -* "twenty thousand dollars Ts bulldinVg.
Fo Sndoendownrn and books. The h ld-
.Stokes ... ... .. ..... .- .- ." propr is the princel gift
.......................... . ..** ,udrew Carne die. The eud waie.l...
Wife's LT. n," Pet ............................ 'of the ('ountess of Santa Fjl liJa.
--- precinct a-cty. formerly Mrs. John B. sietaon. You, Mr. Merchant, have found the advertising columns of The Dai
!iow York. NO. 4-Petty little Sutt.. A new dormitory for young men is t1profitable elL lse you aveiused them
mN rio, wo has ae to" ...............-:::::::::::::::::.......:::::::::: 5 in course of erection on the campu profitable because you have used them!
M-s at No. wh7 yis.a red t e i ............. ............-.. of thb university. The enrollment oin o r r l i D
vV at~'*" by .he"hu''. I" m elt -. .........: all departments of the university is Turn your leisure into Dollars to-day by preparigwone copy for T
oriary 3 Mile. Ma I ~ wu a Jadmo .a.............................. larger this year than ever before In Government otes of Inter- rnal
Mary Schwars, and tIs witfe oft John Prcist si-Ctty. the history of the school. Two large Jour *. .
Schwat. a he at the lvidere Stokes ..............................-". dwelling. have been rented near the St Reardin the Big weekly ra
sthmre. wh Us a Ma ihtsr t a.* *.. ....................g campus to provide temporary accom- twull near from so me tew CUStomers by mail and these weekly eea
S ............... s ts. ::::::::::::::::::::::::: no e on men w Show. come to town will come to see YOU! Copy must be in by this'evening at 5
fs&h .er, at Noe. S Park avone. vs Pelt ....................... a could not secure places in Stetson
f r fllgir iir I le'' Jotme ....................... s Hall. Conrad Hall., or East Hall. ____ ,
hmA. ar ,, pM -ega mmt-e-m g Prs( bact S--CIty-neemplete. President Iancoln Hulley preached "
his wie's aiM -s. S-k s .......................... .-* to the faculty aim students of Cornell An exhibit of interest to farmers. ap s m n t


It appears la o oaptt that the *......... **University in the auditorium at marnerners and the business world in
name u t Sekwars bealouag to Mle. 5 .. ............. Ithaca, N. Y.,on Sunday Oct. 25. general will e the full working weath-
g- g ,ae wamrted. T*e ag pt ...........=................. T The facuty at tett has been i er bureau station at the Alaska-Yu-
o6SN t delart e martesd ake ............................... 31 creased by the additi on f at emorempoiao. i.. ..a ..txt
bMar Schwars, now known as Mary . a- Ne uralgia from Colds. professors and instructore. There1 Palexposition in Seattle next
Bewars." ea or about March 4. 1M. 6, &XATIV a ROMO Qulaine. the are now more tha S-ty- plrotfe~r4n the ....nterestin features of
To lived happily unne December Co ri ree a t n e o *e United States government exhibit
19K,. S wars a O age..w e ft* do- qm v a Ca I. Call for full name. in all the school -an- college of the t e then Aat s. Yuko. Pa.cex pSitin . ""-""
1 chk for s igatue W. GROVE, Unive.sity. They held -deaes froem att e i a .a.de by kta e depart- eot '
-1 6i c. such institutions$ U&t Uiverslty Of meat of mmerce and labor. For the ,'
sa taM agd to the ca.Y .MERMAN SENT TO THE Ca Harvard, Yale,Cornell Drtafr- rst time the people of the nation will
ml bd*8My Oatwd" W ft &say lMH4KgMAA/ [NT TO THE mouth, Columbia, Toronto, Wake For- ,have an opportunity to see what t~isi
from h i to divers public resorts and HO TAL FOR TREATMENT set, lAmaisville. BOwdoin trecht department opt.
t between ile u Bucknell Univ ty f Michia, Two famous collections will be diis-
Aimaintaining imp relation A llie ZelisandJ.Denniso university's Col- played by the United States at Seat-
'With his wife. H. Xdllow. 0 South Puafox street B Woa's ege of tle next yer during the Alaska-Tu-
MU.. Marie declared yesterday she about T7 o'eeck last night resulted In Rihm*OnB and oterM 's. c ee oftle next yearpduring the Alaske-Yut
was surprised to know ot her bus- Jeollw bein gent to St. Anthony's hoo- hoichnwnit and othes. kon-Pacide exposition. They are the
bead's action so said. pitl Q or treat. One of his eyes SERIOUS AUTO ACCIeNT. oSvernment's collection of coins and
-1 te you uy word I know nothing was badly Injured and he was other- postage stamm, whose value is eti-
aboat It. Plfty Mthoey.d ouars! vwie brutosd about the head. Both Houston. Tex., Nov. 4.-An automo. Mated at over a million dollar.l.
G ralons! I didn't know he valued me parts were arrested. Jellow is a bile carrying four bhuter- taed Irrigatiom and practical fore will
o" an ay. It is easy to say so much"' aack lOberma anud a member of over. owing to the explosion of a-ttre th ugly emntrae the
but itho M to got Lt." tohe sfermeaMs nioe. A report from today near Palrtbanks. .Walter Miles, AlahtYuBea-l't eC exposition in
a. mjuea r No. 115 Broadway. the hospital at an early hour this the chauffeur, had a leg broke. Er Seattle xt year. the displays being
C m l for their efedant. saM: "We a"Wag saM that his Injuries are not neat Saunders,. a proesim nal msmt, mlad by the United States. Ic-
SshaM make a general denial of all the serious had his shoulder deosted. and W. T. twos on these subjects will be dellv-
a lnbs. The changes owe absurd." HIM sight iyrdman of the moustomn a end by well knew auctorities.
#A- L A TA Y tRWoCING IN PARIS. Teas Central rway, w- w s The health bureau of the United
A NPOAPaLE TRA NDY. 4.-The cafes and rqwIed T re e ieW, S lB o g a comrete- display
oPlus" th the -moanm"-dthe ep -
Adef, 4 M-ov. 4.- m.Lucytwoaats whore the eleetion returns-bruiee. a"Mh mt mummearc . -w--
Mco-n d. stamp clerk at the Atlan- froe the Unattd states were reei led a .m e-t- s the wa f o- :
t& l0ee, ~-~-aoalay abet h r- were thrleages ustIl early this mor- TO HONOR TH.T P ""wit ti tl alasNpad._w.
MER alght her residences on ag by Assernuam.- Defdtte aews of .teba
( Wa venue. The bulet entered Mr. Taft's election mashed here about Pitttsbur. Pa., Nov. 4.-A _Thirtys uf 5 t el. ... - _
Ow @m po. Mrs. McDonald was 2 o'clock ad was -ede the oce-ia eneat demonstratIlon in hoaF aer wiln am&-a the ohibt ora lme -
ousetd to the Wesley Menerial boo- of great merry-makIn a the suo godoa Jubilee of Pope Pis X wMl be '5h at t khe Ta s-Pnci c pe- -
ktal, where g- ''- 'tr are eater- -**rter of the Republican nominee by the Catholics of Pittlbmerg aad s1 Mot them will be de -
ined far her recovery. were largely In the majority. vicinity a week from next Sunday. to od A t sevaralm wIll co \ -


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It h' im' .. --me-- ---w.l Within a few das. Mr. Crawlord will
o a t associated with Nathan ry--
.mctth As the --tlee orla. The form,.- |
'qrftg tooc two -loyal ovod FR ST ET
R + ,trilnds, but two legal tinds. ofe- ex-
T| ceptionaltalent.
R. .f
City, was in the city yesterday, but T NI EF W ALTI
left for home on the steamer Manteo
at 5 o'clock. Mr. McKenzie was the
democratic representative to the leg-
(r" ^^.,^?r ^. he was opposed by J. N. Nelson, the LIDELS VESS[L
e f. te b et Od t e populist candidate. He had not learn-
i r 'eVj Ac ed yesterday the result of bhe election.
'---'' and W but it Is presumed that Mr. McKenzie
e the whole whe waselected. Vessel Left By the Master
b-mii vekwy n1i so ^lWalter Abramiswas fined $5 and Several Days, Taken In-
k ;*C food fio r all cases, as It costs by Recorder Johnson yesterday
Sthe blood the ncrvcad for eng aging In ce game. t Custody.
I- -O ijMtion. *, In acknowledging receipt of te --
last contributions -to the Bryan cam- t
Uer -----. Ipaign fund, tho nape of W. Kenne- CLAIMS BACK SALARY AMOUNT-
dy, of Gracevillfe, Fla.. who donated T 11-NOTHINa HEARD
$1, was ainltenUtionally oitted. ING TO 0--NOH
* FROM THE MASTER, BUT IT Rd
S- Mrs. Maud Wood Henry, who is en- s
T R9 Y TO L aged with C.-C. Packard in the publi- UNDERSTOOD THE DRAFT p
cation .of the "Nor~h and Soath" is in c
the city. for the purpose at preparing WHICH HE GAVE HAS BEEN RE-
-.. "a special amme of the publication for P
.- L. Poore, a prominent eitisen o Eseambia comty. TURNED UMPAID. a
Umtea, w4rag among the busiaems vi.- -_
trs to the city yesterday who regis- POPULAR -WL4U RISBON o
tle at the M rchants. Now the tworite VailBa in the In the United States court yester?
* south. It p s every user-largely day a libel aim was fled against the i
the maximum temperature at Pen- wed in the best restaUrantsland ho- y a libel claim was ed i t
Sed. American schooner Freddie W. Alton f
acion yesterday I&* 7.0 degrees at tells where the" best is demanded. mera d t
1:tu p. ns, while the mtina.i was 57 ; by the Afrst mate, Jacob Willey, and
grees at 6:0 a. a. Last year on the vessel is now in cqptody of tthe
the gaaedate the maximum was 71 L. United States authorities. Th6 first s
mfs&a t mlatm 64 degren. mate claims $110 to be due him on f
S* back salary. and as the master, Capt.
W W. D. Bears, of the Penas ola Harvey Haley, left without settling
ems- college, left yesterday for u a
5140oR kbam related to t:e this claim, as well as the salaries of e
por .rtiU hboln-s-" college of that all other members,. the mate decided
eu \ et, tbe recently purchased. to take some action in the federal J
Prot Swarot ad Mr. Steele were s,'k. courts, s
_it tn Atm oefollee here u- courts.
t Us ebtun caltley. Nothing Heard of Captain. A
* More T an 00 Are Enroll- Since the captain drew over $100 f
S"e as-es t John Nicholas, charge from Saunders & Co. with which to
d th a s owina g laors to visit a edin Ewamhia County' pay his crew, nothing bas been heard r
po q am, om ~~ar aion white bIns, of him, and it is now very evident t
hiai h S a room.o that the draft which he made on the w
'weas ntilm a 1 It the weter'sar. r *- two parties, who he claimed. were
7IOs.rdy. IN" agents, has been returned, no such
Sas wr parties -being found in Boston. A tele- 2
Twtr- caseM--_ were ocketed for Superintendent N. B. Cook is busy gram, however, evidently reached the A
trial in thei rejoin 's ert yesterday. ea the monthly reports as submitted address when sent by Saunders & Co..
i- deftadalts wev twbead gCt;f tfr the month of October, some in- for a repy was received signed e
two dd It eases We rest facts having been brought to "Agnt" stating that a representative t
stlsd .t l s ornag. ftNst tew with regard to the condi*e e of wid be %Peisacola lst Monday to
to ti"e Mtof $54 were assmesd. E u in neeity -uh"els this year. 4fk after the vessel. He never ar- c
w* The neIreolmeat, in n t, for t-e cean- fot d, however. S
A i RseAdhi, white. wo sned s3 ty schools aIn thi entiretyy. I greater From Other Parties. N
so wo" t a the ro eder's gourt yea- than er sv re been the case. It was stated yesterday, though not a
tertig "i lr 4tr pag ilm tt Thyis sows a i.U Ins tbQ right direc- by any eMcfal. that the United States
p1 Dl ooM ked- uPp I the city tnm. and the awakeisg of conditions customs authorities haje been in comn- e
aiL which wil asner well for the future munloation with parties in Maine, who
* edaeational development of the coua- are the real owners of the schooner. h
Jaehusivflle TiewsU-Val: John T. ty. The total, including. the enroll- and that within a day or two some one E
0. Cr0 d, 4W P Macels, who i be- meat of the ity schools, is something may reach here who can throw some a
uine paglaemMy known throt~agat more than 4,0" this year, all of light on the movements of the vessel
tae state a the last prtharles as a which stands for good sad Systematic on the Mexican coast, and also teP I
-n-- Os. Mward, and who work among escahblia cw*tty school something of the captain's where-
was ii elected a delegate to the men, which has been directed in the about. The owners evidently learned ht
Nemrate uatmm i coentios at right manner and In the kind of spir- of the plight of the vessel through As- I
13a-r',, tm dmel"d 40o locate ia Jau- It which a'h meant ultimate success -.'*rt,-v.i Pro-, dispatches sent out i
maOOS. Ma wl move to this cite for local lantVt#ons of learning. from Pensacol.
**- oetotd lni


Frightened


But use a little Common Sense.


A Doctor recently announced the belief, and issue a
certificate to the effect, that a death was due to cancer caused
largely by the excessive use of coffee.


The cauw of cancer is not definitely settled in the medi-
' cal profession, albeit the disease is on the increase.


Without attempting to decide a q estion so peculiarly
within the special domain of medical science, it is suggested
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which contains no coffee nor other harmful substance, being

made of.clean, hard wheat, including the outer coat which

contains the phosphate of potash grown in wheat, for re-

building brain and nerve cells.


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-4APPERINGS OF INTEREST AS CHRONICLED BY JOURNAL SPECIAL CORRESPONOENTS I


BLUFF SPRINGS.
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Special to Th-. Jernal.
Bluff Springs, Fla., Nov. 4.-Ed
Stafford and son Cuyler, went to Mo-
ino on business last Saturday.
R. L. Byrne and hi. grandson. Mas-
er Robert Byrne, of Nors, went to
Mobile last Saturday.
Miss May Linton went to Century
on business last Saturday.
Rev. C. J. Hanmitt, I). D., district
superintendent of the M. E. church,
preached a fine sermon at tfe Freewill
church one night last week.
Mrs. Robert Boutwell, of Century.
was the guest of Mr.-. Jim Boutwell
a couple of days last week.
Saltman Farman went to Pensacola
in business one day last week.
W. R. Tisdale, one of our progress-
ve farmers, caught a very large gray
ox last Thursday night and shigped
t to the Monroe kennels at Monroe,
Ua., last Friday.
Mr. Murphy. the L. & N. fore.nan of
i -bridge gang. s here doing some re-
pair work to the trestles.
Miss Maggie McCaskill. wio has
been at Roberts attending the Baptist
convention held at that place, return-
ed home last Friday.
Mrs. John Boutwell and Mrs. Sarah
J. Harrison went to Century on a
hopping tour one day last week.
Miss Lula Mobley went to Canoe,
sla., last Saturday on a visit to
friends and relatives.
Walter Stanton. of Famnie. Ala.. ar-
ived here last Sunday, evening for
he purpose of getting everything in
workingg shape at the Phoenix Mills.
J. It. Stanton told thief writer tCiat
his sawmill would start up :n full blast
next Monday morning, which goes to
show that times 'are getting better.
Frank G. James went to Mobile to
engage in the, street car service at
hat place.
Miss Effie Stanton, who has been
on a short visit to her uncle. F. S.
Stanton, at Pine Barren, returned here
Monday morning in time to attend
school.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyer have mov.
ed from here to Goulding.
Mr. Speed, the L. & N. agent was
here Monday. checking J. S. Dailey
out and checking in Albert Davis as
agent at the freight office.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Browning. of
rowtAon, are the guests of H. H. Gray.
MIAs Bertha Jones. .of Mobile, who
has been the guest of Mrs. Dan Doug-
as for a abort time. went to her home
n Mobile last Tuesday.,
Mrs. Alf Weller a0d children of
Pensacola, are spending a few days
with her mother. Mrs. Sam Coby, and
a host of other near. relatives.
Mrs. Weller's oldesaton brought a
Young coon as a pet with k when
ke arrived' here Tuadi. ,"
Mrs. Fred Boye' in-cMidrea, aei-.
ompanied by Miss Annie Liaton,
went to Goulding Tueoday.
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Albritton,
n Nov. 4th. a boy.
Will Fillingim of Pensacola came
up to cast his vote Tuesday.
\it """ "


COTTAGE HILL

special to Th. JourfaL
.-- & t*--- IJ 41 Vg-v A rfia..w 1Jul1


Cottage HIM. Nov. t.----ur
people observed Hallowe'en
spirit and pleasure.


young
with


In two weeks Rev. B. M. Jackson
will close up the work at this place
for this conference year.
Clarence and Alfred Dunn are en-
joying their new home in Kansas.
Our postmistress is afflicted with a
seriously sore hand.
Some of our Sumday school workers
spent Sunday at Roberts.
A district Sunday school convention
was organized at Robertp last Sunday,
electingg G. S. McClure president, R.
M. Fleming vice-president. J. T.
Mackay secretary and treasurer, F.
E. 3cckey, Illie Alien and Ollie Jen-
nings. executive committee.
Mrs. Meda Bryan. ot Pqnsacola, at-
tended the bural of Mr. Severance
last week, at this place.,
What promises to be the leading
social event of the seaabn is the box
social to be held Friday evening o.'
this week. at the church.
Mr. Dunnu and family are. rapidly
making preparations to go to their
new hone in Kansas. We very much
regret to lose good neighbors.
Mr. Walters and wife have returned
from their three months' trip through
the northern states, and report a
good time.


r McKINNONVILLE.I

Special to 1 t Journal.
McKinnonville, Fla.. Nov. 4.-A. D.
McKinnon, of Beulah. is spending --ev-
eral days of this week with relatives
here.
Mrs. Donaldson. Sr.. visited rela-
tives at Walnut Hill Sunday.
A. L. McCallum visited in Baldwin
county. Alabama. Sunday.
C. M. Larkin. of Millview. was a
pleasant caller here Sunday of last
week.
Mrs. W. R. Luta-. and Mrs. Frank
Huggins spent one day of last week
in Enon.
Master Robert E. Powell. who has
been spending a wbile with relatives
near Beulah. has returned borne.
B. M. Powell. of Enon, wbs a busi-
ness caller here Monday.
Joe Donaldson. of Walnut Hill. vi-
ited at tais place Sunday afternoon.
Miss Slate McKinnon. who has been
visiting relatives in Pensaceola, has
returned heme.
Wl Norris, of Freemanville. Ala.,
spent Satauday and Suiay with his
lagily hre.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Bowman. of
wSeUMst .eve,, were vibtud bee
X--m- last
WiUe Sad George Donalden and
G2vwne eMgIs visited relatives and
triensA .t Bm. -day.


John Underwood. of Enon. was a
business caller here one day last
week.
Miss Mattie Crabtree and little
,niece. Bernice, of Pleasant Grove, vi-'-
ited here one day of last week.
Will McNally. of Baldw.n county.
Ala., was here Monday of last week.
Miss Sallie McKinnon and nephew
Clifford McKinnon. and Durward John-
son visited friends in Enon one day
last week.
Our school is progressing nicely
with a large attendance every Jay.
McKinnonville, Fla.. Nov. 4.-Our
town i on a boom after so long a
time.
The farmers of this section are
about through housing their crops,
which gave a profitable yield.
Our school is coming to the front.
If it will just continue as i% has
started it will be second to none in
the state. We appreciate the inter-
est tfe patrons are taking in the
school, -but still we think there isn't
enough taken in a thing so important
as schools.
Coon hunting is the order of the
day, with some out this way. A
crowd went Saturday night and caught
five.
Mrs. Donaldson visited her -on at
Wafnut Hill last Saturday and Sun-
day
Miss Mattie Crabtree was a pleas-
ant caller here last week.
Miss Gillian Ray. the popular teach-
er of Enon school, passed through
en route for the county capitol afew
days ago.
Mr. Cobb made a flying trip -to
Molino last Sunday.
Mrs. M. A. Taylor visited relatives
in Alabama last Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Margaret Reynolds is visiting
her parents at this writing.
A. L. McCallum drove over to Bald-
win county last Sunday. Surely there
is some attraction over there.
Bob Williams of Enon was a busi-

It^Hitir.FtINW a lNtERNMEN* N _Wj
| THE OLD AND THE NEW.

The success of modern methods is
perhaps more clearly defined -in the
practice of medicine than in any
other line of human endeavor.
For instance Years ago remedies
of various kinds were used in treat-
ing consumption, and nine-tenths of
the patients died. Today little medi-
cine is prescribed and, they recover.
The doctors have learned that the
best way to combat most Ills is by the
indirect method of stimulating the
body's natural power of resistance.
Consumption ie much easier to pre-
vent than to cure. Neglect of a com-
mon cold is often the starting point
'at this dread disease.
At the fint Indication of a cold
every effort abouM be made to check
it at once. It is claimed that a half-
ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine conipound
pure, mixed with two ounces of
Glydertne and a half pint of good
VWilaky. taken in teaspoonful doses
every four hours, will break up a cold
in twenty-four hours and cure any
cough that is curable. Get the in-
gredients separately and mix them
yourself.
This formula has been in use for
years. It was the favorite remedy of
the old mountaineer, who -would mace-
rate the shavings of a pine knot in
whisky. -Modern science has com-
bined the active principles of the Pine
and Santalwood trees which is known
under the name of Virgin Oil of Pine
compound pure. This preparation is
put up for diaspening only in half-
ounce vials, each vial securely sealed
in a round wooden case, with an en-
graved wrapper, showing piainly the
name and guarantee of the mamifac-
turer, as follows: Virgin Oil of Pine
compound pure. guaranteed under the
Food and Drugs Act. June ?,O, 1906.
Serial No. 451. prepared only by Leach
Chemical Co., Cincinnati, 0.


Don't Be Late

in ordctuiig your
clothes.


Fall


Some of our handsom-
est patterns are limited
in quantity.
Wise buyers will come
in early and take advan-
tage of the complete as-
sortiment.
Fall Suits and Over-
coats


Tailored to Taste.
$20 TO $50


a- o mm f w af


ness caller here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bolminan were
callers here last Saturday.


business


F- .-.' "" -. s. sa
H.ARRI.

Special to Tne J4ernmal.
Harris, Fla.. Nov. 4.--Miss IJa Pry-
or and two little brothers, Thomas
and Roger. of Mary Esthetr, were the
guests of .Mrs. Belle WrighL Thursday
and Friday. q
There was not any dancing school
Thursday night. owing to the death of
Miss Condon's little nephew, son of
Mrs. Simson. in Louisiana. he having
been killed while riding-on a hand
car, but she will continue next Tues-
day night with her lessons.
Mrs. Georgia Watson was on the
sick list this week.
Mrs. Virginia Wright .of Garnlers,
is the guest at the home of Capt. A.
Ward.
Mr. John E. Pryor was a pleasant
caller at Mrs. M. Condon's Thursday
ni.gh?.


SMIT.TJGAN.

Special to The Jeurmna
Milligan. Fla., Nov. 4.-W. A.
Mitchum should be highly comnpli-
mented for a nice piece of real de-
tective work which resulted in the
capture of a nest of thieves who had
robbed his store three times in the
last two weeks and had succeeded
In getting away with quite a lot of
valuable things. Mr. Mitchum located
one of the party at Bonifay and Im-
mediately communicated with the. aw-
thorities at that place. He was ar
rested and held until Mr. Mitchum
could come and inspect his belong-
ings. Mr. Mitchum was agreeably
surprised to find a considerable por-
tion of his stolen goods in the man's
possession. A confession was speedily
made by the culprit which implicated
two others who were arrested and
taken to Milton together with the one
caught at Bonifay. They were all ne-
groes and gave the names of Harwi-
son Oarter, Will Kirkland and J.
Rone. Mr. Mitchum recovered over
two hundred'. dollars worth of his
goods, although some things known to
have been stolen could not be found.
Miss Mattie McLarty, a charming
young lady of Cobb, passed through
this city today en route to ORp, Ala.
Mr. J. S. Rosier, of Opp, A was
In this city Wednesday as the guest
of his son, -Mr. R. A. Rosier.
J. D. C. Newton, of Milton, war a
business visitor iere yesterday in the
jiterest of Chafa & Co. 'He retma.
ed to Milton yesterday.
Mr. R. A. Rosier was a business
visitor to Pensaeola yesterday.
Miss Minsae Tipplns, Mrs. A. N.
LeonMrd a"d nMr. mde Ham MeweM
among the cwl to the West Cot
Fair at .DePniak Springs yesterday.
SCHOONER ASHORE
AT CARRARRJT.-R
Special to Tih JeomaL
Carrabelle, Pla., Nov. 4.-The report
reached here yesterday that there was
a schooner admr off South Cape, a
distance troam here of about twuty
miles. The steamer Marian, belonging
to the dredging outfit at work here,
at once went to her assistance.
It proved to be the three-masted
schdoner Belle O'Ntel. Captain Cof-
fin. She was only partially aground,
and the steamer Marian successtldly
pulled her off. and towed her into
port. Sha is now safely anchored at
her loading berth at the Cypress b m-
ber company wharf.
A Sure-eMpiu KeOscer.
J. C. Goodwin. of ReidsvlUe, N. C..
says: "Fkcklen's Arnica Salve is a
sure-enough knooker for ulcers. A tMd
one came on my leg last summer, but
that wonderful solve KegacKl ft out in
a few roads. Not even a scar re-
mained.-" Guarsmteed for piles sore,
burns, etc. 25c. at all druggists.
VINOL
A new supply at the Crys-
tal Pharmacy.



CAPT. MAFFEE



TO LEAVE CiTY


Gets Farewell

Will Quit


Orders and
Pensacola


For Columbu0 Ga.


Farewell orders were received yes-
telray by Captain and 3Mrs. McAfee,
of the local branch of the Salvation
Army. this unexpected movement on
the part of Major White, of -the South-
ern Disivion. being due to the fact
that ft is the wish of the organization
to reopen at Columbus, Ga., and such
a move will necessitate placing a man
wbo has seen a great deal of army
service in tUe new field.
Columbus as been without a Sal-
vation arm corps for the past five
years for raons, and now that the
state of Georgia has gone dry, several
of the old fields. inchtding Columbus,
will be repened, Captain MeAfee,
who has been saeesaul in acem-
plishina mach ring his britefaay
in Vm%.i.,a. will conduct his tare-
wel services at the army hall eBa mn t
Sunday night, nt being bts present in-
tenUl to leave for the seaoe ofat his
feature labors som timenest week-
The see work shs been kisg uPg
nicely wmder the supervisiea o f .
weter oncer.. and t I. with real oV


great that his many Pensacola friends
will witness his departure. It is not
known as yet who will be his succew
sor here.



GLOBETROTTERS


-IN PENSACOLA


They Are to Circle the Uni.
ted States in Period of


52 Weeks.


Morris I. Roberts and lHarrie Mat-
lock, two amateur globe trotters, ar-
rived in the city yesterday morntim
from Jacksonville. They are traveMng
on a wager to make a circuit of the
United States in 52 weeks ana if they
are successful they will receive $5,000
from aa athletic club in Wilmingtom,
Del.-
Upon their arrival here they called
upon Marshal Sanders and showed
their credentials to that oScial. They
called on Mayor Goodman in the af-
ternoon and he signed their papers.
certifying to their visit -here.
The two men are under pledge not
to steal and they must earn every
cent they geL They have also agreed
not to rT k a Passenger train, but
will e tbp.,walk Or beat their way
around th country. They left W11l-
ming a Ott. Sat 4 p. m. and have fol-
lowedithe- eoamt line to Pefmeola.
Tley have siured work ia this city
and will remain here for one week.
They win go to Mobile from Pensa-
cola and from there to New Orleans.
Prom New Orleans they will go to
Texas sad across to California and
then up the Pacific coast.
They wefe joined here yesterday
morning by Albert Cresier, who rep-
resents the athletic club in the wager.
The two hoboes were faraished lod-.
ing at the city jail last night.


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e do more, 8Mpro-atu.

USa t~od -do%. WJUWa J. Mr-
Slo w th me.anwe o hia pot*
r the p gMllmey -a with his pdrty.
ansue e ar m ina delest.) In three

we bade big hWs party, e has W"e
tok battle as eAther man could*
wage, he has gnbkafoed k oei o
t meo other dsaett eeu marshal
hem e, *has stormed the enemy's bat-
a eafts a -mere leadiercould
MataM the yet be and his Vau-
-' ty navebuamled.
Sat Ltm. ,L BDryn has not talked
either for lack of a Just sase or for
want of any single quality of leader-
Sship which success might raire. He
has failed-4lhe thousaads ether
S men In every 'walk of fe and at every
stage of the world's history-emplyy
because clreUmntp WceG. eoi'tti--. the
times, were not peoptioes for secess.
'TWhy they were not, no man can tell.
History only, at some later day, when
Mr. Brya'sa tntemee on the age has
been stl measured, i teil-and
ome day. history, impartial, Imper-
sonal wibout maoce or prejudice,
will tell the true story of this
reat Ioan's gWatnes ant render the
true verdict at his tplace-naag parts
Sin the era i which be las been, sal
,b 1, such a mighty factor.
e has deserved u bt e
Should not comand it. He has been
*. -^ defeated bet in his defeat he looms
bigger and A er and grander tha any
single ebaracter ea the hortthe of
/ contemporary history. He has failed4
/ f election to the preMideacy, but in
S / e hearts of millions of his friends
whoe affection is Just as warm in de-
e/ t as it would have been in victory,
/ be helds a place that no other leader,
/ defeated or aoccesful can claim fre
his following anywhere.
It is not likely that Mr. Bryan will
ever by a candidate for offce again.
He asospted the nomination for
presbae the third tme--t because
he laself desired It-bIt simply be-
eaMM. the vast majority of his party
thought him them i agt 9ndMiate
to lead the Ight and Md be to
havoc It. Bet whether he ever holds
pabth eflee or not. the great ferce of
his moral islsuance will ban it ia the
again, of the natio amd .tb, wr
J Jt as long as he lively and long after
be is dead. No clear, Sler. more
chi evalric character has ever'appeared
In the life of the republic, and no
kaihtlier leader has ever battled for
a oberan a&Ae than this cauraGeoas
leader of doamo Omc's lost caMnpaIa.
*e love the man because we believe
S& him and Ia the Ideals whic b he
rupreesta, wand his friends have loag
state. .se? to that pomltem were they
care little what his enemies may do
or say conc.,aiag him.

_ Probble Causes
of Defeat.
orAr third time Mr. Bryan and
the democratic ticket have gone down
In defeat in a presidential election.
and the event is accepted in philo-
mopblc spirit by a party !og accus-
tomed to such experiences and to
which victory would have been almost
as surprising as to the enemy.
But this time, we were all unusual-
ly sanguine because we felt that
definite caness and new factors not
present in previous ampigas- were
working in our behalf and that these
might be reasonably hoped to make a
S "breach in the stolid ranks of north-
ern rqpu)411'mn I_ ism of that section has proved ianvla-
Scible, and while democracy ,as gala-
ed recruits and cut down the republi-
can majorities in 'moe of the states.
the general result has been aa over-
[welinng victory for the enmy and
Io analysis of the election figures can
diagute the fact that we are badly
beaten.
The trusts and their unlimited
\ wealth have beea too much for us.
\ for, I view of the fact that they are
the creations 1 the republican party,


to whose foeterie care they also
owe their em-mroua strength, and
that the source of the republican cam-
paign fund has been carefully conceal-
d, It ist practically sure that they
contributed without stint to bring
abeut fre result Tuesday and saw to
It' that the full power of money was
employed to influence the result.
Nobody doubt this, but there were
other caues as welL PA.ninent
among them was the failure of the la-
heor vote to follow the recognized la-
bor leaders of t countryy, and go to
the aelp of democratic party.
Mr. Gompers 'felt sure t'aat it would
ald worked faithfully to that end, and
John Mitchell also contributed hir in-
fluence in the same direction, but ap-
parently with very little effect.
The democra- party had the right
to expect the solid support of this
large eetnent of voters because of its
attitude on what In known as tae,
lnJ-.U.Aa Issue. From every part
of th e amtry labor unonism had
raimfd Its ve ta in lu ant protest
ainMt the tyrannical uW of the In-
naction by republican judges in be-
hlt of capital aga st labor where
strtes were called. The Interpreta-
tisa of te law by these judges was
sech that the labor people claimed
tht it deprtred strikes of a large
part of teir legitimate effectiveness,
aad by a despotic ue of the. injie-
ton put labor practically at the
ercy of. capital every ,ae Moined
between thoun. Mr. G;npers pleaded
tin vata with te republican leaders to
nsert a pleak in their platform that
would give relife in an amended law
On the sbject. All that he asked for
was refused and he turned to the
Oimocratlc party as his only resource.
The Deaver convention gave him
what be asked In the ianunction pla-,k
in its platerm, ad Oa this one issue
otAhe campaign lt which the labor el-
entt was vitally Interesated' it was
Masonable to suppose that that ele-
meat would vote almost 1o a man
with the party that had responded to
its call and given It the relief It asked

The result has proved the contrary.
returns Indicalste clearly enough
that there was little it any change In
the labor vote and that it made no
erw alignment in favor of the party
as ally entiaed to its support and
gatitude. This uld seem to make
an eadl of its pretensions that it was
a c6opt boy. il American politics
that eeuld prove a deciding factor in
any election, tor evidently toere was
no unity In its movement last Tues-
day, its leaders were flouted by their
own followers, and labor unionism
lost the beat opportunity it ever had
in thl.a country to prove Itself a rzal
power at the polls.
What effect tha vote had is not
known, but had it been massed in
behalf of the party It was so heavily
Indebted to it Iaght have changed the

But after all, perhaps It was the
protective tariff that won the victory,
for the whole vast superstructure of
oar present industrial system is bas-
ed upon that tariff and belief in it
IS a cardinal article of faith all
through the north. The attitude of the
democratic party toward it is pro-
foundly distrusted up here, and be-
Ieving that it Is almost the corner
stone of their prosperity they will
take no chances on even its revision
by any but the republican party. The
farmers up there are prosperous. get
good prices for their products and it
is what they get for those products,
not the increased price tbey must pay
for what they buy under their belov-
ed tariff that determined their vote.
Under such comitious they are
contented, and being coattited they
continue to "vote 'er Mtraight," I-
pervious to every arguent and ap-
peal to warn them against the en-
rearih~ants of the trusts and the in-
creastg dommisen of banded capital
over them. They have cast the decid-
ing vote against us, and until the ar-
guments of democracy shall take a
more concrete form they will probably
cmtinue to do so.
What of the future of the democrat-
ic party? ThatI part is aindestruct-


NIN


the r m the one to be erected.
To J. P. Lind, to make interior re-
Jairs to tbe wooden building at 217
Asm0k h1Jsom street.


giving


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I THE BANKRUPT STOCK 1


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ide, and wbUe Its poflelas-wW'saage

tura as in the past, i w always be
ere as the onlyjw atl with
any hope of ceee against t aes
of plutocracy and omoooly. It takes
not years or decades bet seratuons
to work great reformes1 tdseh
beaten time and again, twh undis-
couraged democracy wfll plod patient-
ly along and win the eal. It is the
only party in opposation worth tkh
same, and tahe millions of American
citizens who voted for Its principles
and policies Tuesday prove that it is
neither dead nor dying.
Here in the south under conditions
from which we can't escape it is in-
dispensable to our very civillsation,
and In the home rule it gives as and
the supremacy of the white race la
the government of our states we find
our ample warrant to remain stead-
fahy loyal to it.
The Honorable Thomas Watson, as
a presidential candidate, looms like a
midget among the giants in the el--,
tion returnua from Tuesday's battle.

Missouri-and Kentucky took advant-
age of the opportunity Tuesday and
got back in the house of their father.
To recover these two lost sheep is
something, anyway.
The jday before the election Mr.
Hearst gave out an interview in which
he said: "I am proud of the work of
the Independence party in this ca~m-
paign." Wonder what he thinks of it
now?

Judge Taft, the president-elect, is
as hib a type of the American citi-
zen MIwe have and on his personal
side he is Irreproachable. That is
one compensating feature of the result
Tuesday.
Hon. Sidney Tapp, liberal canidate
for president, seems to have struck an
illiberal crowd Tuesday. Sid-was too
modest to vote for -himself and if any-
body else voted for him the press dis-
patches failed to run down the item.
Montgomery is mourning the death
of Clifford Lanler, bTother of Sidney
Lanier, the famous poet, and himself
a highly cultured man who had made
'valuable contributions in -both prose
an, poetry to the literature of his
state.
The solid South is no challenge to
a solid North, but circumstances over
which we have no control compel us
to keep it so. Recoastraction chaos
come again might readily result if it
were otherwise and we can take no
chances.
There have been heavy accessions
to the membership of tdb Also-Ran
club since Tuesday night as we note
by a careful observation of the local
field anl a close reading of our ex-
changed The initiation fee comes
high, but we must have 'em.
The invisil5e and Irresistible forces
of evolution will carry the country
right along to its appointed destiny.
no matter who is in the White House.
No political party can control those
forces, for they are In the keeping of
the Geat Lawgiver. /
Governor Comer, of Alabama, has
been burned in effigy by some of his
constituents in an obscure village be-
cause he didn't appoint the man they
wanted to a local office. Such a burn-
ing protest as that ought to convince
the governor that he did wrong.
By a typoghaphical error that good
old Republican saint, Hon. J. Warren
Keiter. was made to say last Tuesday
that Nebraska would go for Taft by
$18,000. The mistake was not such a
great one after all, for republican dol-
lars-and republican majorities are al-
most synonymous phrases during the
decisive hours of a political campaign.
-Short Talks" in the Jacksonville
Times-Union makes this valuable sug-
gestion:
If a convention of the sheriffs of
Florida could be held to consider Tea-
,aons why some of the laws are diffi-
cult of enforcement, it would afford
much light to the next legislature
They have practical knowledge as to
the workings of many state regula-
tions.
No class of people should know bet-


Not


Far


STHE PRIMITIVE OLD TUNES



The onfederate veterans of Ala-
blm 2 01 to meet In Mobile in No-
mber. -ad n. pparationa are being
made for a great and glorious time.
One of the chief attraction will be a
fiddlers' otest, in which at least fif-
ty. naftol-bor, old-thum fiddlers are
to take part, who, playing altogether
by ear, are expected to scratch some
genuine, soulful music out of the fid.
Alestrbgs which cultivated violinists
who play -by note will be incapacitat-
ed to fully appreciate.
The following are some of the old-
time classics that are to be played.
"Misasiippi Sawyer," "Cotton-Eyed
Joe," "Run, Nigger, Run." "Sugar in
the Gourd," "Old Molly Hare," "Billy
In the Low Grounds," "Natchez Un-
der the H."' Jennie. Get Your Hoe.
cake Done," "Ioether Breechea," "Ar-
kanew Traveller," "Hell Broke
Loose In Georgia,' "After the Year-
.la," *"ALhaml Gals,-" "The Old
HeBn Cackled." "Sweet Gals in the
Piney Woods," "Sally Put the Saddle
oan the Old Gray Mule," "Home, Sweet
Some."
If all of these are properly rendered
with the spirit and ginger that belong
to them, it will be worth going down
to Mobbl in the old-faashioned way,
befoft rlroad times, to hear it.
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* PAST PRESIDENTIAL ELEC- *
* TIONS. &
* -.--
* Memphis Commercial-Appeal. *


In 1876 the democratic and republi-
cab parties were both united. The
democrats had a popular plurality of
250,935. and had a majority in the
electoral college, but the electoral com-
mission, consisting of eight republi-
cans and seven democrats, by a strict
party vote, counted South Carolina,
Florida and Louisiana for the republi-
cans, giving their candidate a major-
ity in the electoral college.
In 1880 both the parties were again
united. The republicans had a plu-
rality of 7,018 of the popular vote,
and an electoral majority of 59.
In 1884 the democrats were united
but the republicans were slightly di-
vided, Conkling 'hated Blaine and
the quarrel between the two hurt
Blaine somewhat in New York. As
this state gave Cleveland a plurality
of only about 1,200 it is bafe to say
the republicans would have carried
it but for the quarrel between the
two leaders, and if they had carried it
Blaine would hae would have been elected. A
it was the democrats won by a popu-
lar plurality of 62,683 and an electoral
majority of 37. ,
In 1888 the republicans were united
and the democrats were not thorough-
ly united. A few objected to Presi-
dent Cleveland's view on the tariff.
The republicans won by an electoral
majority of 65, though the democrats
had a plurality of 98,017 of the popu-
lar vote.. -
In 1892 the democrats were united
-and the republicans slightly divided.
The extreme proteoists o fram-
ed the MclKl bY bH wot too far to
please a ontIerable number of re-
publleans. ClQelad was elected by
an electoral majority of 110, and a
popular plurality of 380.810. This Is
the latest contest which has taken
place b11e4w, lSIemocratic and re-
publican Wia J which the demo-
crats won.
In 1896 the united republicans de-
feated tie majority faction of the
democratic party by an electoral ma-
jority of 95 votes and by a popular
plurality of 601,854. Again in 1900
the united republican party defeated
the majority faction of the democratic
party by an electoral majority of 137
and a popular plurality of 849,790
vote.
In 1904 the united republicans de-
feated t"7e minority faction of the
democratic party by an electoral ma-
jority of 196 and a popular plurality
of 2.545.515 votes, In each of these
three elections the majority of the
votes of the democratic faction not
pleased with the candidate voted for
him, but hundreds of thousands eith-
er voted the republican ticket or re-
mained way tfrs tbe polls.
Por tFe first tinae since 1892 a upit-
ed democratic party has a candidate
in. the field and the republicans are
divided.

QUIET ELECTION
AT CARRATRT-TF
Sesclal > T JournaaL
Carrabelle. Nov. 4.-The election
passed off at Carrabelle vEry quietly
there being no disturbance at all,
and about a one-half vote polled to
the everlasting shame of Deumo atl.
The vote at Carrahele is as follows:
Presidential electors-N. P. Bailey
86, ~E. D. Barger 15, T. J. Bell 13, 2.
T. Beibley 35, H. W. Bishop 31, F.
Prescott Bullock 2, Heg-y !Bu 5, P*
W. Butler 76. L. H. Cahoon 4. J. P.
ConneH 26. Francis G. Coffin 3. J. J.


Ahead


ere you want your dining room to be furnished befitting the fine Turkey Dinner that
4,
Oak Extension Dining Tables at $12.50 to $25.00, massive in appearance and'beauti-

great big beveled plate mirror, swelled front, lined drawers for silver, roomy btow t
h, for $25 to $50. Others for as little as $15 and $18.
s in dining chairs, lther upholstered, heavy and very inmmr for M .


PALAFOX STREET.


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7, Faict C. PIatt 6, W. R. Peterson,
Jr. 4, .I C. Smith 9. C. H. Stewart 24,
L. P. Thompson 4.
For congress-Dmnnitte H Maya 85,
Wm. LH. Northup 22, C. N. Wood 5.
For governor-Albert W. Gilchrist
84, A. P. Pettigrew 7, John M. Che-
ney 26.
For secretary ot state-H. Clay
Crawford 91, A. C. Sill 4, John F.
Horr, 2S.
For attorney general-Park M.
TramtieU 73, Fred C. Cubberly 28.
For'Comptroller-A. C. Croom 81,
J. L. Skipper 22. C. Meltin 3.
For audltor-r-W. V. Knott 65, A. B.
Kimball 18.
For supt. public instruction-W. M.
Holloway 71. Geo. W. Holmes 24, Mrs.
S: F. J. Lion 13.
For commissioner of agriculture-B.
E. McLAn 66, J. F. Stunkel 19, Charles
F. Schnellr 9.
For supreme court judge-Wm. A.
Hocker 61, Thos. M. Shackleford 65,
E. Bly 19. Fred W. Marsh 23.
For railroad commissioner--Royal
C. Dunan 59. S. W. Rowley 14, J. Clark
Beach 6.
For state senator. 5th district-R.
8. Horater 87.
For representative, Franklin county
-E. R. L. Moon 99.
Amendments. For section 9, article
5. 6: against section 9. article 5. 14;
for section 16, article 12, 14, against
section 12, article 16. 19; for section
35, article 5, 4; against section 35.
article 5, 13.

COTTONDALE'S
VOTE TUESDAY
Cottondale, Fla., Nov. 4.-The fol-
lowing vote was cast here yesterday:
Gllchrist 57. Cheney 9.
Crawford 53, Horr 10.
Trammell 55, Cubberly 4.
Croom 54, Skipper 9.
Knott 57, Webster 8.
-Holloway 53, Holmes 6.
McLin 53, Strunker 6.
Hocker 57, Bly 9, Shackleford 49,
Marsh 7. "
Dimn 54. Rowley 5.
Mayes 57, .Northup 3.
For amending section 9, article 5,
3; against, 22.
For amending section 16, article 12,
5; against 21.
For amending section 35, article 5,
5; against 23.
Election passed off quietly. Quite
a negro vote was cast. There was no
opposition for county officers in this
county. Democratic electors elected
3 to 1.
0:XA' Wc4 -I,- IL

| WAUSAU.
IF--, jr 1
Wausau, .Nov. 4.-A. W. Payne, of
near Vernon, was mingling with
friends here Monday.
F. E. Simmons was a business call-
et Monday.
0. C. Parker, of near Green Head,
was in town Monday and presented us
with a vial of his snow flower honey
which was as clear as water.
'Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nichols, of near
Bradfoil were shopping in town Mon-
day.
Buster Bush, of this place, made a
business trip to Rockhill Monday
A. W. Weeks was "polliticking" here
Saturday.
The large store building of Parish
Bros., at this place, is nearing comple-
tion.
J. J. Cox, of this place, made a busi-
ness trip to Chipley Tuesday.
W. C. Lockey, of Vernon, was in
town for two or thrae days this week.
R. L. I MKenxte, of Panama City,
and by th eway, Washington county's
next represenatlve, was mingling,
with friends here Saturday.
I. M. Peel was a business caller
1Friday.
County Treasurer H. B. Tiller, of
Vernon, was a business caller Friday
and Saturday.
T. J.- Lawrence, of Vernon, was in
town Friday and Saturday.
Hon. W. B. Gainer, of Econfina, -wap
In the jty Friday.
8. M. Robinson. of near Chipley,
was in town Saturday.
The big Democratic barbecue which
was Oulled off here on the 31st was a
grand success.
BUILDING PERMITS
ISSUED YESTERDAY
The following permits were issued
yesterday by Building Inspector Ren-
dall:
To Morris Bear, to erect a two-
story brick dwelling on South Baylen
street. near Zarragossa. The build-
ing wil be 30 feet wide and 48 feet
deep.
To the trustees of the Gadsden
Street Methodiet church, to erect a
one-rtory frame building in the rear
of the church building. The new
building will be 40 feet wide and 18
feet deep and will be used for Sunday
school purposes.
To Daniel Clark, to erect a one-storv
frame dwelling, 21x50 feet, at the cor-
ner of Twelfth avenue and Fisher
-street.
To Zon Hope Baptist church, to
erect a one-story frame church build-
ing. 40,0 feet, at the corner of Hayne
ad Brinard streets; also to remove
.be buiilag on the above location to


ter than the sheriffs wherein our laws
are defective, and the legislature
should and would welcome suggestions
frqo them as to the toper remedy
for those defeet.
In the last speech Mr. Bryan made
before the election Tuesday lie used
these impressive words:
"I know not what the future has for
me. I know not whether it is the peo-
ple's wish that I shall be their spokes-
man in the White House or continue
to perform the work which I have
tried to lrform, as a private citizen;
but I have not lived in vas I have
given an impetus to honest politics;
I have helped to create a sentiment
in favor of reform, and as a c tnidate
I have one thing to rely u1ma, the
confidence of the masses in my Sdelty
to their Interests."
And who will deny teday while he
stands in the shadow of overwhelming
defeat that theme words a&" tree? Our
politics are purer, our M- Is hiher.,
and our puble servants ee leaIdb
cleaner lives teday bee aeJW.Am
lived and fought and wrought am
us. What the mmuure ha Wta l
eace has been no man can t.L, but
that it has been ot will not be
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of Morris Dannhessr will be

sold at No. 13 West Zarra-

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TAE FORBES



PURCHASE OPEN


Lands in Calhoun and Wash-

ington Counties Can Be

Homesteaded.

Henry S. Chubb, register of the
United States land office at Gaines-
ville, has made the following an-
nouncement regarding lands in Cal-
houn and Washington counties:
All vacant United States lands in
Calhoun and Washington counties
Fouth of the northern boundary of
township one (1) north, havy -been for
some time reserved so that the United
States forestry service- could ISvesti-
gate same with a view of creating it
into a national forest.
These are the same lands which
were involved in the suit by the pri-
vate land claimants under the John
Forbes company.
The assistant forester has decided.
after investigation, that these lands
are not suited for a national forest.
In view of this decision the commis-
sioner of the general land office has
declared the reservation of the aid
lands to be at an end.
Therefore this office gives notice
that application filings, etc., will be
accepted on this land provided they
are properly filed and there are no
other reservations on the land applied
for.

WRIGHT WILL NOT
IMITATE FARMAN
yv Aaeociated Press.
Paris. Nov. 4.-Wilbur Wright. the
American aeroplanist, was interview-
ed today on the subject of the recent
successful aeroplane flights made by
Farn and Blerot. He said he had
no Intention of Imitating them as he
considers cross country trips quite
useless. He admired the courage of
bhis two colleagues, but described the
straight-away lights to be dangerous.
In spite of their skill and daring they
sooner or later will encounter a fatal
puff of wind, he said. whicn their mna-
chines are not sufficiently controlled
to resist. Mr. Wright it convinced
that his method of careful practice In
turning over a prescribed course will
result in the surer advance of avia-
tion.
HUGHES WILL SPEAK.
Philadelphia, Nov. 4.-For the pur-
pose of joining all Christian believers
into closer unity. the Federal Coune*t
of Churches of Christ in America will
hold a nation-wide love fast ia the
Quaker City early in December. Ac-
ceptances lave already been received
from Governor Hughes of New kerk,
Governor Ansell of South Caro~.I,
Senator Dolliver of Iowa ad tAfert
prominent speakers.


Collins 9. Robt. E. Davis 77, Stephen
R. faster 2. W. C. Harper 0. L. I
Johnson 1. James Largue. Jr. 0, J. N.
Lee 7. R L. McClintock 2. E. J. -Mw
Dowell 2, W. L. McKinon 70. 'C..
Parlin 26. SamL Pasco 70, W. C. .ist






Thanks,


When it gets he
yo win have.
See O r Golden
fully filmshed-
Sideboarhr with
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ATTEND DANCE


Secretary Henderson Wants

Many D"legates at Water'

way's Convention.

Secretary Leland J. Hendersaon ofat
the Gulf Coast Inland Waterways as-
sociation, is sending qt the following
Will you use youar'tmlaeen to se-
cure a large attendance at the con-
vention of the Gulf Coast Inl- Wa-
terways association at Columbus, Ga.,
November 9-10?
May 7th, 1908, the amociation was
organized in the rooas Id the Oom-
mrcial ub, Mobile. A.l" with 36
-members. Today the meutbarship Is
316. $930.50 has been paid Iato the
treasurer.
Memberships have been secured
front all Gulf states, Georgia, Tensee-
see. Washington, Michigan. lfaste
and Pennsylvania, and are Increasing
dally.
Delegates have Seen reported from
all Gulf Coast States. Georgia, Teq.
nessee ,Illinois and Michiga. and to-
tal 428, with muy pro-ised addi-
tions. Pensacola alone prouaaiwng 100.
Fourteen men of note havd accept-
ed invitations -to deliver addresses.
Gov. Hoke Smith of Georgia, 0. M.
Leighton. Chief U. S. Hydrographer.
Duncan IT. Fletcher and 8. A. Tbopn-
son, Field Secretary of National Riv-
ers and Harbors congress, are among
them.
Columbus has provided as enter-
tainment. a banouet, "seeing Colum,
bus" in automobiles, and a river elt
cursion.
The railroads will sell tickets Nov.
6. J and 8. with a coupon attached
good for one-balf fare on return trip
until November 17th.
There is no project that will do
more to develop the south into a
great manufacturing and Mdmtrial
region, than the construction of 1-
land waterway to cossect the =I-
sippi river and other rivers lWdte
to the Gulf with each other and t0
Atlantic seaboard.

The winning canddate in
the smoke line is the El Pro-
viso Cigar. Sold for Sc at
Imperial Cigar Stores.
COTTON MEN TO MEET.
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 4.-Arrafe-
meats are neagl l anoin ets"on tr nut
week's monster mass meetings of cot-
ton planters. Uaakers. brokers, and
allied interest, called for the purple
of taking steps to increase the price
atof cotton. Inquiries are pearin In
by the thousands and the meettaing will
certainly be the greatest of its kind
the smauth hasa eer -knoewn.


Monday, November the 9th.


1908 at Public uicry.



ALFRED MOOGd, Trustee.





LARGE STOCK OF
Top Buggies and Runabouts. Light Delivery Wagons. Whib
Hickory Wagons. Very light One *-hoe Surreys.
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THE PNACOLA JOURNAL TiHUx4DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5> 1908. .


-AD.Y. .4


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lbai by IF.O0.3.KI SSm at UMWa Prlors at 3: 30*
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s -o' ~'FRIDAY.
ROO.M Imay; UbwsMmrUs. Reaves, asardb


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WATUNDAY.
,* Mvy "yaI giw s by P'aaster and Mrs. Hackett. !
f, .Ito gWga Coachown and Munferlyn. *
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-an Iti wa7


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-"-Is -amn of the met pas~
~~~Sstseeiof' the aos..' twon
oar" Uatunt1 late &rw-.
121=fturiag the bean abe-

& inI Iat RIiNMPgLMT

entwrmry .a
";ulin. the emat
bu -Vbm~tly b@amd ay
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G% tEMINEtr.0temevent
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tO CALL TODAY

atthe store and par-
take of."the demon-
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We. cn promise
atislts-r palate.


and therefore ossesing all at the
charming characteristics of an event
manned loag these particular lines.
elaborate retrshnents proved one of
the important features of the after-
noon ,which was spent in the usual
hammer of the club.
Mw. Wm. Redh won first prize, a
beautiful drawn work centerpiece, the
Ofut consolation being secured by
M s. eaeast in and the second by
Mrs. V. J. VMal.
the club embers then presented
Mr. Bl=mer w4th a handsome rug, as;
a proof of the affection and esteem
in which she is held by the club. A
pretty custom of this popular organ:-
ation is to "surprise" each of its
-embers upon her birthday, and to
e the day one of real rejoicing
among the members.
aRIRGE CLUS TO .
MEET THIS MORNI.
The Thursday Morning Bridge Club
will meet at tOe home of Miss Gwen
Menefee Oa North Barcelona street
this morning at 11 o'clock. An inter-
esting event is anticipated as Miss
Manefee is known to be a most charm-
g henstess.
4. P. 0. E. LADIES ENTERTAIN AT
ELK PARLORS THIS AFTERNOON.
The Elk parlors will be alive this
afternoon with Interested euchre en-
tbnmiawt, who will enjoy the added
eharm of playing the popular game
"ser sweet charity's sake", as the af-
fair is glven with charitable intent.
The ladies are capital entertainers,
ad a delUltfal time is in view.
CENTERPIECE SHOWER
FOR tMM DIXIE BASS.
One of the prettiest affalre of the
early autaus- season will occur this
aftrmoo -St the home of Mrs. R. F.
MUlehei, in-a delightful entertainment
givea In honer of Miss Dixie Bass,
the aauouemnaest of whose marriage
has already been made.
'The. affair wil take the form of a
eUnterplece shower, and will be an
Ovent as dainty and charming as the
beautiful Pensacola girl in whose
toner it will be given, whose petite
banty an& lovable maner have en-
4dared her to the hearts of a host of
1Ue time friend,.
LADIES' MISSIONARY SOCIETY
PLANS INTERESTING EVENT.
TheP Ladles' Missionary Society of
the Prqsbyterian church wHil conduct
a very Iateresting event this afternoon
Sn th4e hurMk parlors, the pleasing
sIr t4 be known as a '"missionary
AmeAea. lay interesting program
h1 bia prepared, and a cordial in-
.vitatma is exielded the ladies to be
in attendance.


SOCIAL CARD CLUS IS ENTER-
TAIN=O BYMMS. WRIGHTON.
Mrs. Th~l'. Wrighton was hostess
at the Ieular meeting of the Social
Ca0s Club yesterday afternoon at her
9iemmAt hIMe oa North Seventh ave.
M. eme of .the meet Jnteresting at.
te .Iems at the history of the club
bsagK,.tBe result of the efforts of the
worthy lostMes.
lTheaMee prise proved to be a tie
betwWee MUedames J. G. Yalestra and
Wm. aeek, the tter winning through
- dOeCialen -by drawing. Mrs. Yniestra
was tChen awarded the consolation
praise. Mrs. N. Soderqulst receiving the
booby. ThB next meeting of the club
will oeeur at the homeet Mrs. J. G.
Yalestra, 411 Mast Strong street.
TINY LITTLE LAOY
Is GIVEN OVATION.
A met interesting eveat of the W.
F. meeting hld at Mrs. L E. No-
,bles Tuesday afternoon, was the ova-
ton given tittle Miss Rath, infant
daughter of Mr. and M rs. W. L, Mow-
he was presented by* Miss Ida Hoer
ad ml. m . Roberts, nd tode
tem y6 m geNt member of the Gads-
den street almstonary family.
ThMlh obt twelve days old. she
aJnoea herself with as much de-




Bay-9Laugh
s bel WtoMah for a ababyto
eat -an sleep, to laugh and

Bt fat comes first; don't ask
a scrawny baby to laugh;
y, evn SMuie is p

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Alok'-WW 11


-"our0TFrnswRS TO woMEN---


$30 and $35 Tuflered Slfts $25

In Brord^-loth and hard fin Worsteds. $
Beautifully faiaoned. afeta Silk
lined. Instead of $30 and $35. special .


The IeadytewWear Store .P9 bi"Ismm


OR THE BABY-
Miss Herritnan, at 5 S. Palafox Street, has I
ready for particular mothers, a charming
line of BBY C S.


corum as if she had been fuHy of age,
and easily won the love and admira,
tion of all present
In remembrance of her mother
faithfulness to the society, in datlel-
pation of the future usefulness of the
precious little one herself, and in
honor of her first visit to a meeting
of the kind, she was unanimously
voted a juvenile life memnbefA-nd the
sum of ten dollars immediately given |
for payment of same. **
A large shower* bouquet of white
chrysanthemums, emblematic of the
purity of young life, was also pre-
sented with an appropriate card bear-
jng the love and prayers of the so-
ciety.
A most fitting coincidence was that
the baby was dressed throughpat in
beautiful garments exquisitely worked
and fashioned by a circle of friends
of the young mother, with whom she
has been Intimately associated in Em
worth League and Sunday sohodl
work. \
BROWNING CLUB WILL
MEET ON SATURDAY.
The Browning Cub wilH meet at
the home ot Miss jLeila Reese on
next Saturday on North Baylen street,
-the poem of Ivanhoe to be under dis-
cussion during the afternoon. Miss
Reese is the president of this dlub of
popular young Pensacola ladies. .
THE EAST HILL"
EUCHRE PRIZE WINNERS.
Following were the prize wines at
the regular -meeting of the East Hill
Euchre Club, which was charmingly
entertained on Tuesday by Mrs. ,. M.
Cranston on Ninth avenue: Mrs. J.
M. Clutter, first prize; Mrs. Cranstono


consolation; Mrs. Win. Rock, lone
band and booby. Light refreshments
were served, a pleasant time having
been reported by all who were in at-
tendance. The next meeting of the
club will occur at the ,home of Mrs.
J. M. Clutter, on Cervantes street.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Mdlrs. Jas. McElway arrived in the
city yesterday from W'ew Orleans, and
will spend a few days with local
friends.
Word from Mrs. Aurelia Marean
Bernard, former editor of People and
Events, states that she is much
pleased with Meridian, -Mississippi.
where Mr. Bernard is rangingg the
Dispatch. Mrs. Bernard wishes to be
remembered to her many Journal
f'riend3.
Miss Carre Louise, the attractive
Jttle daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Yniestra, has entirely recovered from
her recent accident, and is able to be
out again.
Mrs. J. D. Jordan, of Scottsboro,
Ala., is visiting her neice, Mrs. A.
Gleger, on West Gregory street.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McHuchen, Jr.,
of Inteendenca street, are the parents
of a fine boy. '
Miss Maggie LoitBennet left Tues-
day for a visit ith rTelatives in Hous-
ton and Cuero, T kas.,
W. 9C. Pease and wife and charming
little daughter are spending a few
weeks at the "Mayfeld", on Guille-
marde street. Mr. Peoe is a promi-
I k--' .


IS ANTISEPTC AND HEALING.
Cwsu mBrn6SCOU& Cl 3ruhn spre R
Sawre Throat, Aches, and say5l..ot c~by mun.I
apliaioa.Im tmdmdhon Oal m eyabce 1848.
For Men aud flue. At dnriggbt. Z5c.,U0c ad $1.
LYON UAIWACT CO... a IAFM& St. 330I.YN.PLY.




The' Jourqal'f Dotty JFashion Feature,


An attractive cloth gown is M gIn The fret is or-.miotd
with be &ad b**. n amms s d'em. "thse san es-
la' are of allvter lace. aJl the slf"vaof .tJcked Net. The pleased W
about the joket mak a a very-psa l0r :.g6-. MI --


moon


The Journal.
LUNCHEON.
PresseJ Veal, Potato Balls.
Light Biscuit.
Sweet Pepper Salad.
Junket, with Cream.
Tea. Cocoa.
DINNER.
Cream of Onion Soup.
Baked Ham.
Masthed Potatoes.
Stuffed Eggplant.
Cord Pudding.
Beet Salad.
Chocolate Pudding.
Cheese.
irof. AT-.


TIME WILL TELL
For 11 years Blue Rtbbon has been
growing more popular until it is the
leading brand of extract in the south.
DANCE TONIGHT.
At C. K. of A. hall. Music by Bar-
rios orchestra. Admission 25 cents.
F. A. Boghich. Jr., floor manager.
A CARD PARTY.
Will be given for the benefit of the
library in the rooms in' th4 Blount
building Priday 4 p. m. Mrs. L. J.
Reed, hostess, assisted by Mrs. Scar-
ritt Moireno.
PLEA DAY IN THE
CRIMINAL COURT
Yesterday was plea day in the crim-
inal court sad the following persons
appeared be ere Judge Beogg for sea-
teWe:- "
Joseph Rhodes and G. B. lkk.
both white, beating their way I a
train. $1 and costs or five days.
Pail MMer, white, vagrancy, $5 and
eosts or 15 days.
Manmel Morgan, colored, breaking
and entering with intent to commit.
a ml dm sueor, $1S and costs or
mine months.
Minnie Reach, colored, grand lar-
ceny, $75 sad costs, or six months.
Lena Bailey, colored, lewdness, $15.
sad coots, or two 'months.
They Take the Kinks Out.
"I have wel Dr. King's New Lfe,
Pl's for may years. wila lacreasing
isllno They take fhe Maks out
a. liver and bowels, without
tes or frieton."- says N. H. Brown.
or Pftstek., Vt. OGuanteed santh-
- yat an drwsts. 2&-.
VINOL
Just received. See window
display at The Crystal Phar-


TURK IS SNAPPED
WITH LOCAL CORPS
*ees the Turk." together with .the
Jest SBabvten Army corps, wa
ied by a local photographer
yejr rd Om Palafox street. the pN-
tm' to be interesting from *may
._tjjoetints. "Joe" will leave Pesna


than any other company or asso-
ciation of coitipanies. The Bell
system is uniform in its -equip-


/.a


nent Atlanta contractor, having been
a recent successful bidder for work at
Barranca.
Bishop IH. C. Morrtison, of Leesburs&
florida, is in the city, the guest of
lis eon, Mr. H. T. Morrison, of 1401
Twelfth street. Bishop Morrison is
en route to Mississippi' where he goes -
to preside over the Metodist confer-
ence and he wiWl leave here tomorrow
for Meridian.
THE WOMAN BEAUTIFUL.
Dally exercise with light dambells
eventually cures round shoulders.
The juice of a raw onion applied to
the sting of an insect will remove the
poison. r
Practice deep breathing. A person
wit-h fully developed lung capacity
purifies his blood several times per
minute.
A good hair oil for children's -hair
which is thin or dry is-nade of equal
parts of pure olive oil and cold press-
ed castor oil. cut with grain alcohol
and perfumed.
A glass of hot water before break-
fast is a cleanser and tonic for the en-
tire system. For an oily, greasy skin,
squeeze half a lemon into the water;
drink without adding sugar.
Fo.at soft, painful corn, try the old-
fashioned remedy of binding it nightly
in common baking soda, moistened
with a little water. The most stub-
born and painful corns will disappear
after three weeks of this treatment.
Hot watew If taken a cupful on ris-
ing and another when going to bed, 'NW
will help to reduce the weight of a
stout person. Cold water, unless
taken with meal.a will not increase
flesh, but has a tendency to harden
and make it firmer.
Soap does not agree with every
skin; tndeed,.with a few exceptional-
ly sensitive, no woap can be used at}
all and a substitute must be found. I
Soap powders, borax, creams; these
may all be tried, and when a woman
with such a skin finds the one she can
use she should stop trying experi-
ments and stick to that one.
Tiny powder boxes, no bigger than
a thimble contain powder, a puff and
a mirror.
Silver purses in a great many new
shapes and styles are being displayed
in the shops.

embroidered in one corner are very T elepho o
smart. ,e hd hi wit
Grecianlikr bands of metal set with
imitation jew*eare for wear in the,
coiffure. ar t a A Natural
Buttons are the fashion of the mo-
ment. There is no end to the way in :
which they can be u ned. The newest E ideal telephone sys-
are of rhinestones set in silver.
For the lips there are rose-hued J tem is a universal tele-
sticks of paste enclosed in tubes of phone system in which
ivory. Of course, these are per- .
fumed. Red lips. a sweet breath and every subscriber can reach every.
a pleasant taste are all obtained from other subscriber no matter in
these little nothings. subscriber o matter in
Te* things seem to get lost like what section of the country the.
baby pins, and, as every one knows, subscribers may be located.
nothing is more needed than these ar-
ticles. Sets of six come in a box of The telephone is an admitted
very pretty design, leather covered natural monopoly. Two systems
and satin inlaid. The pins are enam-atural monopoly. Two systems
eled of a quality of gold wash. Both in a town add to the telephone
the enameled, which come in all col- expense and do not increase the
ors to wear with different gowns, and ncreae he
the plain gold-plated pins are very at- advantages or the facilities.
tractve. Two systems are almost as mech
EALS FO A DAY. a'nisance as dividing -a to*n
BREAKFAST. t t, a half
California Grapes. into two parts, each half speak-
Minced Chicken, on Toast. ilg a different language.
Hashed "Potatoes.
Ehglish Crumpets. The Bell Telephone system
Cress, French Dressing. more nearly approaches the ideal
C afe Ina L.il -


,Moimopoly.


t
ment and in its operating, rea-
sonable in its charges and fair in
its treatment of the public. It is
the logical national system be--
cause any Bell Telephone sub-.
scriber anywhere can tac tho aay
other Bell Telephone subcriber.
In using the Bell Telephone
you have the assurance t)at the
most modern product ns of
science are at your service. A
telephone system without Long
Distance connectio9p is purely a
local affair and is incomplete in"
an essential detail. Our close
traffic arrangement with the
other Bell Telephone companies
gives us this important advan-
tage which is well worth con-
sidering when you subscribe for
Telephone service.


SOUTHERN 1ELL TELEPHONE

and- TEL EGRAPH COMPANY.


22.


BUILDERS AND BUILDING MATEIK-


Who they are and where thenay be found. If
you are going to bud anything, consult The
Journal's Building Directory.


WICKE & CO., S. F. FULuHUM,
PLUMBERe, Ge-eal cmtaeter ander.


DMu feruwmbwm am ay, jo P11bs" U
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W. R. TAYLOR
wln put a now erw'm* 00 e-
b20dsin am sw uim Nesey,
Sellso umaLI Ter. am*@.=
2035ILGardam. VIM* m& -


Andresmo & Sftarns,


CONTRACTING I


Phoie 775.


"BLOSMN.
Poamammiso MI


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cola this week for Team, an# decles
himself much p-lead withe city in
general, and especially with the me-
ner in which he ha been treated dar-
ing his sojourn bore.
El Proviso, a igh-grade
Porto Rican Cigar, sold for
Sc at Imperial C Stres.
DANNHETWEER SALE

The sale of tde bmkwIt -taOak of
Uftriz -i of*, wnIrt w Im to
ime e rm s a. Sedaer been set-
paned ft MiWmm sea. -Nov. 9 -
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CONTRACTORS ANDMS PLUMWEe3
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T= PEW A4ZCffrA JOURNAL THUSUAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1908.


4GCLASSt FIELD ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY" .


t You Want Someone Else May Have. AAJk AIDVjRTIS It AS What You Have Someone Else May Wa


AD



Ant.


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farIT TPA. $100.000
S FOPhr 20-acre farm within 5 min1tes0so. s oottag Homein $650
Drive of Pensacola. szIi sol, on lots we have for sale on Buys a Cottage Home in
$1175.00. ood ro"'are tnderfen. a "ce.d "0ca East Hill, and let you pay for Best Residence Section For a beautiful
we w.. oering a very nice -realm. lty an orthA .lca- balance eas-. it like rent. of East Hill, block from tractive home on
Sds street, with a lot fronting 45 by 125 feet. Oaciast car linee.
$180W.00. a1750-Takes C-room vottae with lot How about it, Mr. Rent car line; 6 rooms, new, Shore and Ele
can a -st ryn North eas street near Gadd en 60x132, No. _4 East street. Payer? bath, hot and cold water, line. A two-s
aJt this e. 4 ef o2500-Bran new cottage. now being con-eBknitary connections 9- room and
'ears as usJstrue a.alonvenlences No. 4P4 sanitary connections, 9- 01 1 room and hal
S,$2100.00. E. Jackson street. Easy terms. ront and side gal- wthfo r s
Wim set a very nice home on DeVP er street" near Gregory street, of __-- --Lesfoot front and side gal-with four acres
S a Oe feet cveatset to a r 4ne. Lots, other property for sale ia all parts L 0L 0 vs. lery. South front. Large Terms, $500.00
City Maps. of the ciy. __ nc..r~.rated.) lot. The balance like "t balance payable
XA. U *iit jbg. w REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. rent. Don't slave for I 3.4 and5 Years

OOLJI1.TOR. & WATSON, L. S. BROWN 6 CO. 0Suth your landlord.
Ie t sand .o. REAL. ESTATE, LOANS AND INSUR- BOARD AND ROOMS. 5 lots on 16th ave- THE fISHER REAL ESTATE AG
'1phoc Aa54.NCE.
^ / n laMues Sg -$ Ageint Thiosem hn MdIg FLRNISHED ROOMS near business sec-- nue car line, the RE0A R ANS
Of4i0 e Second Fleero. tion. 116 W. Romana St. 4novlw* cheapest property mos s. Pa s. ene t. s
ROOMS and board at 425 E. Zarragossa in this section $1100 __
street. 4novlw*
..N. cCLurFOR SAL .oo
S j. . r n r family. clo se to business d nter. Jno.W. Bullock, Jr,
FOR SALE A-A bird dog for sale. Apply Apply No. -04 West Romana street. PHONE 6 W e Sell M R. BUSINESS
1__u rRooms 304-306 Thiesen Building l
E FO SeOR RENT-Two conipletly furnished like tl. ae not in f
OR SALE OR RENT-Seabreese cottage rooms. suitable for light housekteephIg 'R e. Ike yoursl, are not in buines f
LO .on iSanta ,Rosa sound. Good outtjul.d- with use of gas. ,ath ant phon.-. Apply ,R-tre rt ou. et
., REAL E AIE E T AND LOANS. .andnabout 19 acres lando. extendOingN phon,, ::' o, at 5 0 1-. ,,-,1:inN Bw fr o.u. ... or f we1,. W-
A m Ac A %ND LOANS fr.m Pensacola bay to ranta Ros Sound. 11w- large force of traveling salesuen. Our se
Sa "rry W. Gibbs, 27 S. Palafo x t. T .:t of all ,.s.riptoas including City a
No. 9W. Intendencia St. Phone 271. a 12aui FINE ROOMS with board, at No. t IEast propt. ran U. ans.
Gregor-y. .ort.r Gregory and Ptatlafo Let Or a.-n ul"n l<'al uyers ex -D NEWSPAPERS tor sale at ths of streets. Hot and cold baths. Electri- \1'ANTI-:I -.\ iri.t-.lass ,,,kk. .iper. A1- i orert from owners only, anywhere In the
FOR RENT. fne at five cents a bundle, lights, etc. novlwt" tr.- '. 1). U,\ I. -. l',n.-i ,..l. Fla. ar' a .-apitalist. trustee, guardian, admiata
4mw plain every day business man with a NttIh
,, N e M *hresn cottage on w#t e of 9th avenue, between Strong A BEAUTIFUL HOME FOR SALE-No. FOR RENT-Newly furnishilie room. (lose Vanag c nt p iT fTr you on real estate fit r
66ate-ow 61 East Gadaden street, 2-story, 7- in on car line. Apply :Z \VW. Govern- WANT.Ir -A ,ook. Apply 227 :ast let- t. r'.eor nimiided by one or more of our Ioca
ak ctage, five rem. and hall, en West Belmont street, near room house, good condition, now rented. ment street. 3 novIw tend,-nt.ia tr t. nx oi w*
$3500. Terms $30.0 r month. Has large ROOMS AND BOARD-Young men. es- WE WANT AT 'Nl Ha ;a uo-d shingle
gB"1 >< .grge kM ar Sramters d M. Large ot. lot surrounded by beautiful shade trees. pecially, accommodated at 134 East sawyer. I prik.r ;nl sorter for eypre?-
SL r CATAp* PA2y B. E. Clutter, at The Clutter Music Gregory. Mrs. S. E. Smith, forinmrly of mill. Gtood wages l.. .day firs. M.iulay d
FOR SALE. louse. 19Sg the Royal Hotel. Inovlw in eaih month. Thi. ..1 J .MiC-askill C o..-
Freeport. Fla. nr'3tt
e hlve dait a ble gS J~Argt O uto s e l tte t ity- stu s show FOR RENT-Two rooms completely fur- I .
K ft, )gge-Nm.teeggeesat r.. ." I-~aFOR RENT.W* nished for light housekeeping. Ga a.\ANTLD--S-tenographrs wanted: state
A ATTNTIO given fth oeton rent. List your rent- R N range and bath. 110 N. Alcaniz St. Phone salary. Address Alfr.d Moug's mail or- BEGINNING OF INDEPEND
30. novim der department. Box 1 7. n.v3tf |fjN I O D7
p i s v wFOR RENT-New cottage, 5 rooms, 'hall 880. novm Not the mim of money that you earn a
and bath. Call 10407 E. Strong. City THREE OR FOUR comrfortatbly furnished WA~NTED--A White girl to do gentrial patron, nor the profit of your business is w
*rater and gas. Phone 1158. nov1w* rooms. Use of kitchen, with wood or housework and live on plae. Mtiust fr-l -you finantialy comfortable. It's what you
gas range. On car line. near bay. 301 E. nish referene.-s. Apply Mrs J. 11. 'ol- iParncrease above your spending that reader
OAT^ _iFOR RENT-4-roonm cottage, DeSoto Government street. 31octlw* lines, Corner 13th avenue and 14th street. and independent.
', OANTK D FOR SALE Street, near Palafox. bath. gas and novltf It is not alone the wage earner, or man
* W^,- A.a-X-. water. J. Emmet Wolfe, 918 N. Palafox. FOR iNKT-Fur.1shed or unfurnished moderate income to whom the idea .of
Sbo, 16. wt 4aovlw* troat room, southern and eastern ex- WANTED-E':vey mnan. woman and child f .L should regularly apeal. In moat cases the
tn b, Ae ois. Wt`S O Addse OtaRe a count ped- pur, hone and bath. to desirable .5n Pensacola to know about the great Of U fsaatea. 0 e or to n M oes sp. (Address Oh.(FOR RENT. 5 iat .rHill. Private family. Ad- closing out sal. w- are iravig in cloth- need to make adequate prwraaio fbr ith
am. C R f-a/r reS BF. i Lnovlw I1011ns (North Hill.)- 4. ng and general min.rhanilis,.. E. Green- a form cf Investment for the belganmt e
.A ]. *. '*., S ; .. ....-story dwelling. North Hilll. 10 bla, 1 Intenden atim T ^habit for tho-e with astyumulltlfng or u
FBtrSA. B-Foem, FR bALgBT--grse, buy and light rooms .............................. $70.00 FOR RENT-Comfortable furnished room ----- - --- 1at work, for &s with large cash re es
* t, .e .. ho WmMlitt hoehol 2-story dwelling, North Guile- with gas and bath, one block from Pala- WANTED-Hustlers. hlIdies or gentlemen, te.. administrators, and executors awaiti
gao-P -s la ha i r- Van Wae, L. Jackson St,, em mard. 12 rooms ..................... 50.00 fox street. 110 W. Chase St. OctIm* to canvas for usefu lihouse-hohl articles. investment for their trusts. there is no be
-toc te r gree ry r r Txar. enovlw* 2-story dwelling, N-orth Palafox, ----- Quick sellers.. Good money. Apply 310 employ money than to invest n "Kuptrian
m act at ceA. re 10 rooms ............................ 45.00 TWO NEWLY furnished rooms, with KI Government St. 4oet ta S is sure of a profitable return.. We buy or se
a-l. ESnE1 W U R--IAver and white pointer pup. Dwelling (West End.) bath room attached. Apply 216 South - borrow or loan money for you and guaratee
.' aner of _naval - mae onhthes old. Full blood. Phone No. 3 North Barcelona. 8 ro ms 35.00 Alcaniz street. 18ctlm* WANTED-Everyone to know that the nt Building. OW EN COA r
"as. manager of naval sorew 15s. 1novlw* No. r50 West Garden. 6 rooms ... 25.00 easiest and chlieapest way to get ex-LARK Re
'wenty years experience; beato No. 317 North Barcelona. 8 rooms 23.00 ROOMS FOR RENT--Certrally located. actly what you want at on.e is to put Phone 971.
A--_1_ddress D .-D.IL*.- FOt ALB-1sral ead mules, all tn No. 521 West Garden, 7 rooms ... 20.00 Good neighborhood. 18 E. Garden St. an ad. in The Journal's Want Column.
ve s.erm* ,eed worki_ co1n tion_ $63 and @. ~No. 402 West Intendencia, 7 rooms 20.00 17octlm* Everybody reads them and they bring -____
CO e e .. y ,i f y want a bargain. Gar- I No. 518 West Romana, 5 rooms .. 12.50 results every time.
BAST HILL BARBER SHOP,Cer. field ce actary. novltf" No. 423 West Romana. 4 rooms... 10.65 FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOM-; MO TO L AN Ric Estat l
SavS~ee and Wright stret solicits Four-room dwelling at Fishervillle 10.00 Also rooms for light housekeeping at REPRESENTATIVES Mo solicit. exclu- MONEY TO LOAN. Real Estate T
patrone-. Children in- FOR BAY-T ughly kiln-dried rough Dwellings (East End.) Fisherville on the beach. Terms reason- sively or side line. the Saloon, Drug
W. R oas care taken. Cbas. a c.. ana d lmd r. sash, doors and No. 116 East Romana. 10 rooms .. 30.00 able. Mrs. C. J. Allen, Phone 168. Dispensary and Wholesal. Liquor trade W have $10000.00 to p---teed nt t
-t S linm biMlnds, high-al paints, oils and build- No. 722 North 8th Avenue. 5 rooms 20.00 16oct1m* for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran- cE. hacent m ,rt-6-,,n,,y retl frtw 1U o< 7lt
e er barware. Se6usra Mill Co.. 29 E. No. 417 East Gregory, 5 rooms ... 18.00 teed under the Pure Food Laws and estate r" In'y amonta eS- c1.i ral
WAM'Elerybedy to know that we Gardel street nevltf No. 238 East Intendencia. 6 room 15.00 FURNISHED ROOMS by tue day. week adopted by the U. S. Government forHos- You have worked fe-Tour mSn.w let
Srallg oB ful t ime and turn~~lg out No. 81 East LaRua. i rooms .... 13.00 or month. Apply No. 3 N. Patafox St. pital purposes. An easy se-ler. Write it work for you. The" Fier a Mtate Leslie E. Brooke O
llt-ae material for bulMtps. rro FOR SAJLB-Try a barrel of rosin chips. No. 816 East Wright. 5 rooms .... 12.50 8octlIm* qnuik for prices, territory, etc. Rox 294. gen cy. 2 -
bI o l e ogg solicited. Saunders Best tIr a qutak and good fire. Phone Stores. Offices and Halls in alT parts Covington. Kentucky. -octli* cy. Jenkins, $50, one-oar
, 2 Glen St novltf S C. H. C to. 2 E. Branar t. of the city. TO NEL 2ERNFED ROOM for .............. cre you gett- T per et e r lot block 136 of th
I InovlIm* Agents Blount Buolding. light housekeeping. Apply 614 E. Jack- WANTED-An experienced cook to live A"r you not yu e t ge ok 1raot
MDE, $1.56:SP ,$1,1;so0Ttmet. j* octlme on premises. Apply Southwest corner tyou r io I t. te t l tract.
SMAE, .m r pos.$16c ; SR AI--Bab' carriage, in good con- HOOTON & WAT80N sBlo unt street and. 12th avenue. oct2jtf tat hrtWc o. n Nom to
rats 5 sand wc. from your own comb- O.R &'first-mortgages on I cit Ir l
lgs or human hair furnished. Laura dto& Cost will sell cheap. 431 FOR RENT-Roeins suitable for light rta Howes phese Moye, $1 and
Wl orl.30 N. Davi cornerLa ,E. aro ragssoa St. novw* Call "THE RENTAL AGENTS." husekeepng. Apply corner Cervantes WANTED-An experienced solicitor to erty. How mu de consideration, the
horne .1336 y rercta.mn w Call and Inspect Our List. Phone 54. and Cordova streets. Phone 1457. Sotlim sell blankets. comforts. bedspreads doing notg
hone 333.ct lmaOR 8a.L-t City of Pensacola. one rugs. and lace curtains, on weekly or Arpeut lot 12, Old City
tooyast sae. ( be seen at city atables FOR RENT--.arge brick warehouse on monthly installments. Salmon Furniture
WANT o give yOA chce at the further Railroad Rtreet. Apply t J. u" MISCELLANEOUS. mo..hl Asp. aormnt S. Solomon F cm MONui e .moo feet on taI north side
bargain in clothing and oeeral prcunov aosal p t O trt treet ap IC rIeetl onM
e now ing given ourI T nov1w HAVE YOUR TYPEWRITERS repaired UNCLE SAM wants Mail Carriers and tr-mEa sI or It e ~as Tarragona street, also t
sale. E.Greenblat, 21393M FOR RENT- and put in working order. Price reason- Postoffiee-Clerks.eExaminations heresold 08*Pee araof trpeet. alsot
czstreet. Iot FOR SALe-. e pony for either lady A wareosewith private sidetrack. able.. e J. Allen. Typew oe erE lt.ovember 1. xa m f tintion for Railway o
"T O l" hatso r moe la ao .Sae Apply o WrnerartherothStoresEast Gardent.,tr PaMfoal lkerBook Store. Phene kC3. lnovlw* sh nMailrle rkiCusteomis Clerks t and$Tlerksaron st
-- I makes to roode l ad aWI aSt. inovlwe 5 to $20 each. Washington coming. $600 to $1600 yearly. sZI a tice. Terms of Tarragona street
Same to Wake to ere. Dremarkt S. W. corner Zarragossa and DeVil- NORTH HILL- GREE.NERY-Flowers for Common education sufficient. Prepara- w Du S t 172 feet.
a 6 eCeh etted novelties, Mrs. Evelyn FOR SALE-Nice family horse and run- Iters. S50.00 sall occasions. Crysainthe muins. Carna- tino free. Write. Franklin Institute. P a. 1W C. Brown to Ton1
dwrts 815> East LofBua St. 30octUm* about for sale cheap, at the Pensacola 317% South Palafox, upstairs, pool tions and Roses. Designs a specialty. Rochester. N. Y. 6octlm* The E. 1-4 ofthe .
Ltvery Stables. novltf room,. 30.00. Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. ot7tfe . 1-
WAtD---Pealton by an experienced Stores, Gadsden and 6th avenue. $10. Tp. 5, N. R. 32 W.
eonestr. Can trnish best city refer- FOR SALE-That 4-year-old gentle pony. 104-106 South Tarragonna St.,. 20.00. CUT FLOWERS--Orders taken for all oc- i__ HOTELS J J. S. Rikard to E. I+
-aaies. Adreas "Primm,'" 21 th Ave- Buggyfneatly jnw, harness and umIbrel- Houses- asions, particularly for weddings and Ja *other cons.-Lots 3, 4,
1o1tw J.11D. Go Box 43.9octw 508NV. Gregory. $2.00. funerals. Miss Leila C. Reese, 511 N.
p- sg o ctw F S l u of eav 1 19. Baylen. $20. 0.0 Baylen. Phone 282. 22oet WEST FLORIDA BtIGGS HOUSE. East Wriht street, 36. Tp. 6. N. R. 33 W.
`OR SALB--On account of leaving the Fishereville. modern. $17.50. feet west of Union depot. Pensacola. F. B. Owen to A. .
OeyY-A good hrr city I will sell my home with all fur- 11 t '.Roma $ 00. YOT WANTED a ne arrtage and8 WANT ADS F a f iown ties wi es thern cons.-lots. to
rgmataeliver yDwa roney b taking tr .it% rW.Gr-egothee reo..tm.lnyb
ery oY mpietE..Greenblatt. 139 E. 8.. matl-h horses for a wedding or to go ratis. while spending a few days in Blk. 182 o4 the West
byp adate, dala St. 31octlrm 1113 N. 9th avenue. 319.00. calling, where would otu go to get tihenr.. rants. wn pe wing da B
1009 Strong St. $15.00. To Pesacola Liver Stable, or rin ity on business, will find as good ac- 'niell to D.
W i .'Pe .t y *Iu OLDg PA R tr ale at this of- 37 E. Romaana. ,i.Wf Phoneg 39. or tlh APAL ACHiCOLA. ,.Pmmodatlons at the Brgs House as an th- 1
-d Ca3 retreno0. Ad- Jan S /Sif l 3_200 N Spring. co<0. t hoALust in the city. All outside rooms and other cons.-Lot- 1, 2.
:M. J10ds1 2 St. "octlt1 N. 7th. $12.50. IF YOU WANT TO BORROW money; FULLIR HOTII.. Apala-hl.ola. Oldest nicely furnished. Rates onl9 50c a da. lot 5 and all of lot 24.
smr"'all b el s AdJUS- TU uMNsiVED a shipment of fine 710 West Main, $8 00 or If you would like to lend some at a established hot.-l in city; free baths. Low rates made to sober, desirable peo- West -ing Tract.
A seAnT.sall cash 1 06*00. sweet potatoes. 70 cents per bushel 1115 AV. LaRua. S7.00. good rate of interest on llt-eded se- best service. Rates $1.F0 and $2.00. Spec- pie by the week. nov2w* Ge. Tricker to Step
bi a R foster. Ci'e JoWal. nt0.t Wh tle last. at E. B. Hoffman & Son's, 1301 AV. Intendencia, $8.00. curity. try The Journal's Want Columns. lal rates by week. S. Jenkins, Prep. 1pj -
__to _ow t e C ar. OGrgegy and Tarragea 8Sts. hloctlw* JOHN N. DAY. t is the quickest, easiest and cheapest Old newpaper are se at all $1 and other ons.-
A -Tu to East Garden St. way. either in the store or to the IbmM. Thi S. E. 1-4 .See. 29, Tp.
Deemp y so t 4* u o- MEN'S BUITS to go at $4.50, values - ----- -- - Journal sells them at vy cents pt badle Also N. 1-2 of S. W.
rus, & ad. a lace eur from US to M: sO boys' $2 and $3 FOR RENT-Store building on .< W. A. H. McLEOD & CO.. Saiimakera-Can- NOTICE OF REMOVAL. They neatly t ,ad a -Va to wHert els
S. e rly ier zitl my i.vwmm sts to 6 at $1.25. Must vacate by Corner Zarragoesa and Baylen streets. -ass from 14-Inch to 96-inc-h, of all cnT. J.W. Hyer to Perles
F.~U weE tt. E. G lt 139 E. In- Apply McMillan & M p 1AT tUomake Cn 0. a FO S ei 3otlm den-ia St. Phone -71. o, t7tf Tents, Cots. flammoi-ks, etc., aways in the store, Nu. 101 North Palafox St.. ,IaTT she, 0mint- es rde frmit West King Tracl.
- ,1 As>tock. 708 South Palafox. laug for 3 years. I shall be glad to see all my on lbaytri 'le, l e oe n fro A. A. F er to W.
NT to ma ke ro ; als e Phonogra. Stores. I PARTIES out or a ob Shousd try The oauw fri and many on them rei onanJ other s-Frac.
with nart new n good on- un tr .................... Jurns ant Coumnor busineost ss. J. N. Andrews. drs e Taort BIk. 162 Belmon Tra
Phon dle. ? ti. I Cr wite Mr.. L. C. Orabtre.. :09 K. Intendencia Street .......$ 6.00 small and results almost certain. At any: __-_ Inn. Pensacola. Fla. Phone S. sept lk. 62, Belmont Tra
Phone P. O. Box 7, Motino, P. o 3etlwo' 10 Tarragona Street .........10.00 rate. they are worth, trying, for you have o c
m tai-Yeur orders for mer t ofl ". Tarragona Street .........$12.00 all to gain and nothing to lose. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC -- sellt*what you have. n. 1-s of s. E. 1-4. Sec.
nss at a sacrifice. Ed. White, Care 7 N. Palafox street ...............40.00I MERCHAN TRANSFe r..Toor, Bitsl COMP ANY Daisy Illie to o
eat Market, 1* -t Th *Jon White Stere. stkB.tlw* Store near Palafox Street. Thoren. Prop.. solicits all kinds of gMxrd.a n, t. oA. -D l o
Pone 115t. ispt Boarding Houses- moving and hauling. Furniture packed V HOTEL n West Florida and guardian to Mary A.
Ell ae of o *fecondbad FOR SALI, 'ne Jesse French piano National lUotcl. 1' retoms .........$6'.00 rpone 7. 0Depot one70 2.net? WINTER DAILY SCHEDLUE. South Alabama ,hould -arry small ld1-7 of 2o 1-5. in lot 4.
A hll tO E: them to g0oo as uew absolutely fatltless, will Dwellings- ie ti t"n<> The rost is only $1.50 Sec.39.Tp. 1. S. R. 30
*us: write to us. e S p am lAln Al. or Se-t-2 1401 N. t Ane.'. a'he 1 ........ ..10.00 YOU ARE JUDGED by your pritng. .Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Barrancas. per month for four lines or less.
ARsas streets. -lo.e e. ... l8 t-- no N. Paafo n .tre ............ . It costs no more to have the best. Have 5:30 a. n................... ...6:00 a. m. -B BE -
NBP'.B S in~. eien OEm eAt doTWO-Yne AR-OL Graat the Mayes Priating Co.. 24 W. :0 a. m .................... .7:15 a. m. -- -
ndr "iot Ol- .An OanOs eta Add,7 E.ast N erRans.-. .............31:',0 Government. 7 :.1. a. m.. .....tt a. nt. FRESH OYS
N.s Pth lo x~ts on H Blemeley-. Fernhill Vineyard. Conton .metat. 7_4 W Zarragossa Street .. ...... 810 :NOa A. BERG-Marer of sails, tents. a rn. mu.................... :4 aMRm .
Paltx S ptt aply to Clyde Blome-y. I'nio "0 N. R-usn St !et.............. ... an ng, ecti, dry covers. Agen MARKET REPORT. Everyday Th
A F. Ta.g P. tore. B25X 78 Pensacola t Fla m .1t :. Strong Strt ............. - --- --- :0 p. m ................ ... p. PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET 112 South Palafo
oc m* Inendenia Sre ......... ...... .......... p m i T e olown report i furnished daily
elaSltbt- clao co ditFORon The Fisher Real Estai. 111 eanst Strond Street ..........$12.00 FOtND-Seal hat p Own an ae W1O a ............. ....1 4 a. m <. ,d elinr ...... -
1A l Aency. octctt SB uPait s treet. f..d ot Addr < 4'or. 1th Avenue and 14th Street. .1...1. and provn prope. 3novt Middi ......... 13-16
4 and l. Slurl iF. O., P. 0. B-O 72. PenFa cola. Tpla.rt. :1:r&.e tromg ostre.t................1 b.o0 ......... 12:20 p. mu..................... _....1-. p in.... PENSACOLA COTToN MARKETr. 11 .outh Palaio.


Swat- M ntend.practn.cally new. Addren. Box A. A. a Fishervl .........._0. FOUND. P ... bath. OUND-Pocketbook on Pa.. re.t. ..- m :o.p. ... T u lw Mre is f e dail

LOST Penacola, Fla. 10ot hot and cohld wtter; can be rented fur- Owner 'an secure, sam*- bv provin'g :.O0 p. ht. h:01 p in. u'4. p. 9:0 p. rn. NAVAL STORES. f w regloe an f will
" *. .. ....----.-- Maished or unfurnished. 2 servant houses property and paying for this ad. fu,' a, i00 p. t SS4 s p. n. p.-, n.! p. m. ?s.a-tno-h. Ga., .ov. 4.-The ft,!lowing durfg regular effke he
Sb Jery oPOt SALEou--Blankets, a-omforts, 1 d- in yard; 2 blocks from car line. Poet. at S-ol. <'ahn & o.'s. 4 lw*^ 11: p. m. 9:.0 p.t 10:15. : p 1: rare t- aval stores quotation: Bula.
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two old. crookew ornae about r r monthly payments. Phone 971 and our Cor. Romnana and Palafo' Sts.. two offl- FOU'ND-The right place to buy blank-ts. 1:i0 p0 1 ...........
sCals m Reward for return or 200 wn1 lOKl. Solomon Furniture c-es upstairs. comfortsM bedspreads. rug.s and la-.e cur- T-t. :1 n f *,nPtsa-'I. --
C 1 ."-b to-t. tcoby. --s o. -v. m e-ln m st. Fort, The Fisher Real Estate v w m,,thy -t ,- 1, ,n. COTTpRE
s Ble tireeiii &. aman.tand-1 .s in largeR A gM Lall phone 071 and our a .s. n n,-a P .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
ZEJO. ltwber S a. m. and 12. o'le, yOR ALE-Tibered lands in large or Solomon FurnitureCo. lnt.nden-ia 4t p. ". train frot 1-ta rna a--i naake aln . .-.-FIn
MOM.Noweneber Sr..1't. $48.0rIn binls. a'tM.tracts. Southern Real Estate and Agency.. Fine- oStra. h oal i 30
eL as mand same. Return to P. Investment Co., Flematon. Ala. oct3tf "*THE RENT COLECTORS." I T n a- o ............. ................. ...2 7:
lani, and rere re liberal reward Phone. -- :The,-10-1lo, a w" e; .. P nTo
4novlw L J,5.l 4-feet long. 44-inch beamn. 7; .-.-.-.--a-a-yt.-h-go-rrent w niL a- ::i ".'.,,.pt on S'aturday after- F T.........i.......i. T 7
'w.Hour. As...e.SpOeediabout.10.mi.. ..per!.IFITHAFisanythergRealrEstaepoe7anit-ornwillleatI
r--Brwn velvet cleoak between post- hour.A A. A. Wrightotn, 6 W. Rs- adOe itAV an those olumns? Every- not al fri a a at ris Turpnn 3 cent
-coi min dBou Theatre. Return to man& tree sptt30tf one sure to see LIVE STOCK.
feossceeo. l ectric o.'s Garden sts t et- o:sa se.- ..
a 4novt* FOR SA -A fine!-story house with - AND POULTRY :c r, i n C>WN a OT ICE..
nmoden nvnPeOULee,TonRYsHill.one. Through freight leaves" l'leia,,ua at Neitlrr tte Cataun.
XAM"16oteby mot =IngThe block fromn cr line and on A corner fac=- 115 p. n,. r Cons reec of the [Ian-
I- M.Wcompy S- "^south n oest. A tox ,r a EDUCATIONAL. o oo ,o suND.. .u .. rsip T.e
Woin the ider" p ne. D tf lX---lell oe ao.............homeon Bayou SUNDAY-SCHEDULE.
tahiow St. %C&eF atst near method. Harmny.GGS ar Eggs* Co ke^-Iavlat 7:n) ais t s i "-ontct-
tE. ~etSt. ateveltf ie O ts m oost more FULL CONSERVATORY COURSE, N e- IGG are Egs 1onk ey- Laying Toni se-ond car at 8:4) a. to. and fron, that P. PAULSEN .
oft m on A -o U..*I o 6m meu se a2nd& lets en East 1111. goles.l ml method. Harmony. The-ory.r et EGGS ar ?-.. Z .=E ie ed ,ecpphone to 334.a horoe e k dax wil le JO A CO. lae Ft
A -_ aw$a A 5-& theoasa 3 tots on0 West Glar- S. E o ite p lull lecm POR SALE-Bay yVew Park Poultry yards. Barsacas at 5:00 p. m. instead of 5:10 p.
etrt- ii.- s9-6a6 Soo. ,.. C r. 14th street and th avenue. haveill .
S1 fr -rat 1 C. aA .4-rotem house, coer-r lot, N. Spring Black necra. Barred Plytouth. Fraht a will mae but one tripo t w
AS bornLand D.. Ogttae WIIIns.33eootagSL.Closet. 3231W.MISS BARNUM. of Chicago. wtil Ic two bred cocireBs and eggs for sa i-eight Nellitahr teuCapeain.
A .reDnIlSein a t 3 lots on N.ortkh p Mils in voice culture and b gims 'Tac- oc1 tf aL.W &l %e -a
_. at $lto0. m ptno study. 30 North Spr ingSteot i WEST HILL SCHEDULE. po for debt ntracd
SA the corer of Chase and Phone 601. 31aet Po OPLU are ending out every dany t apWt p gers wishing to go to West Hill by the rew of aM vuL.
toS e T. $AT.. M LDeVAer street at SaM. sThe Jornars Want Coiunms are all will take North Hill cars and transfer to E. H DO.
T S a" Oattae a W-. lovynuaent St. $1200. MR WILLI.AM PACKHALM. Mus tha t t claimeS for them. w hy not try West HU car at La Runcarat and DevMlier JOHN A. MERRITT & O.. Captain
-A Cottage an Uttle Bayou at $15W0. organist. and ehirmaster of a tW get what yes want? streets. except every week day after r Consigee.
THAIS O-A so"d 5- Some *business lrperty on Palatox. Church. teabmes the Piano (Statt -t p.m. and Sunday. after 3 p. m.. when
Nc .AItA- sD mate and lateeacta Sts. Pri- 'vtemt. raging (open threat ItalP a TO CAT e OEer te--I have a pr Wenst Hill cars wlE run through PalaYox
o .9e sar temm. ce on requeLt method). organ and theory( includl bbred Serses bull- for service. Rat e 2 street to the postof t.e and to West Hill. ll ...
S. John N. Also some t rE for sale. orchestration.) P. O. Address. PmenA t i advmae. Roger waley., corner th P NSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY, SubTceba or e a.l
3e11$ 1 01 M L- 2 Jaug JOHN N. DA, 6 east Gardean St. FaIdcM. ocaltar* avem nd 2th str, c2M 2 ALBA H. wARREN. Mar. aw 1 w 3r


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l':lF:: X llllf.EI^ Cook the Thanksgiv

P II Turkey

").-" '-i'5' "" ". -' *. -. V "- I i On a gas range and your turkey
*-.. B ftt for the gods. A simple turr
~~- ,ttl t K~und IIot ...... ......... I t nue w. I, A[ DI A Ii[ valve controls the heft to a see,
Of F THTATIgree and the result is a perfectlyo
--w ,, : ^ ------ \__ _i Iwill TII *1 turkeyy of wonderful crisp ten
Nearly $100,000 Distributed t- for $1.50, $3.50 o
SAmong Various Public BARD PENACOLAGAS COM
Institutions SNOW Phone 146 24 and 27 E. Garden St
001 .I NIMENT
THE LARGEST SEMI-ANNUAL AP- nw. ..
PORTIONMENT EVER MADE BYITrm M Q
7 I -THE STATE ONE MILL SCHOOL S Pk Si
tat'. ... TAX-ESCAMBIA'S SHARE IS tit Flehb IsMr to.
1 ;o $4,0. 0G. W. Wallace. Cripple
I re i|The Cap Coit.,l andrit Sur
Special to The Journal matism caused by cold and
Tallahassee, Nov. 4.-Hcn. NV. M. i exposure to the weather.
Ho llowasy. stat superintendent of pub- Two applications relieved f the First National Bank form a margin of
lic instruction, is distributing among me and 1 recommend itrs
the public schools of the state nearly highly." the depositors that insures
$100,000. this being the largest semi- PRI 2 c, $1.00
annual apportionment of tht state one- _____.
mill school tax ever made. ,
The amounts distributed to tae va- BALLARD
Srions counties are as follows: SNOW,. *
(-j counties. 5. at. Am t. LaMENT CO and security to those who leave their money
Ala heua ... .. ...4562 .....$ 4562.00 St. Iouisi, Mo.
Bakery .... .... .. 755. ... . 75500 L Our Certificates of Deposit are better than
Bradford ... .. ..1854 ...... 1854.00
Brevard .... .. 64 ...... 645.0 ; md Recom d by ment bonds because they are equally safe
Calhouno ........ 756 ...... 75a-00.
Sr ..... 7 7 W. A. D'ALEMBERTE better interest.
S_ Clay ... ... 806 ...... 806.00 rugit and Apothecary,
S'- -"m Columbia ... ....2611...... 2631.00 11 South SPaafox tr, Pt. pe.acola. Fla
MoT V E N-PORDade ... ........1759...... 1759.00 .
"i 'f tHja LT O"F VR L IN PORT.'" e+TheO Pa..r* ..ten,, ....i'ser,.s." who arriv.- Deo..... -16-...... 216.0, IT
LIST OF VftglEL I PORT. "The y216 6. ...266.00 M. L^ammners detached the Mon-
Steai$11e. ~ ed in Selma yesterday to Play Itval .. .. .... .650 ......657000 a rs dcd h o- -
STrignac, French as, Dol 146, week's engagement, beginning toalght C eambia .........4080...... 408000 tan and ordered to the .maine; V.V 11' 11
Ulebe to John A. Merritt & Co. are having more than their share o nklin ........ 656...... 656.00 r
Role Iguide. Br as. Wlliamn 1713 distressing Incients. Saturday -no.rn-d n ......... 33040.4...... 00 ordered dto the tlkh .
.. .r O South Atic ."S"teaship ing a week ago, ir father, Senter H-milo1460146000 S. orik d of PenrMola. Florida.
... C. I Payton, died In this city at the Hotel Herdo.......628 .... 628.00 tached recruiting station, Baltimore.
Adelheid Menzell, Ger as, Menzell, Albert. The company was Playing I Hilborough .. ..6876...... 6876.00 Md rdero rd the Main. as Designated DepositoT of the United S
s14 Br s Glmt nto 2t Key-Mulzen city htly far hoier father timed. as.... ......4167.......4200 tic flet M. S. Elliott detached the W. H. Knowles. Prslest. W. K. Nye, Jr., Vie-PreslisM a
rGtf -ransi -- The- a shortly beat before her father died. a n .... .. 050...... 30501 Maine and erderl to Naval Hospital, Tee. Ca W.N. C
-i lnn*, Br so The retains were met at Mont- eern ....... 856.90 Washinttton D .: L. Von W.d- n t-F. C. brd.d W. A. tlrlt, W. N. Kawles. W. K. H
INS&U... Ger as, Hedawers, 22;6, Gulf- mery by Henry Payto. a brother of Lake ........... 1311..... 1311.00 d he e aba as H.
port to Cary & Co. thledeceased, age about 42 years, and Lee .,91...... 591.00 .edthsoitan ota...
W Uras, Cox, 299, Axzim witheh ife an daughter accom- Levon 3783 .....3783.1d00 ndet erhed
t "m 55.-O.panied them to Centreville, Ia. The Leon...........31483.......3 78.00 as-sed Atant t reo nds r-
*-h Misses Payton and company upon L ... .. 506. ...... .1 dered to the M3ine: J. Stepp detached
S11se8, iA rOtM193.mayesterday, found aLiberty ... the De er,ordered home and placed
S, i Da. 'S .Mtelegram from the mother of the for- Madn..... ..... on wa orders; P. T. Desez de-
N,"-,o, A.r M, d, & ner, who had remained in Senterville Manate ...... ... ... ......459300 tahed te Souh Dakota and order-


S ... rSa.dowa, Br ... Pa.ra, 2773, TAX. NOTIC.rt had Mo ."..' 4 ...3278.00 the Philadelphia and ordered to con- t o.. A. JENNIN CARL H. J.R
Sa. m -. e and TaWco to Glf Tranit Co.ting that Henry olkoe .u. ... ...1172 ...... 11,72.00L t eo dt get o .-Presseeae
Sphle 'oteeyt lt-lo n. State and C4 T na ... .... .. ..... deta.Brooks ordered to duty as assistant
9ort s other points Niobe, Ital ship, ss. a, 1482, Mote ic y a onoon a ta Jon ...... 19.......2 ." 555.00 to paymaster, New York yard.
I. o resulted Sunday afte sce ..... 750 50.00 iint Paynaster-P. .1 DIWCTO
__ "* Ma, I a. NBr i; m AaesOen, 9. mernt of 1908 taxes. On all san. osa .....T. ...... w1e hdetphed-Marc Islanordeed yard 3rawr, M. L. Roch, J. . Jtnnlcn
1t% 1'.ir iH, Capt. Dan- Baems Are to A- ll. .tS a N- Smr ........ 3089 and ordered to duty as officer of the o Jernaga,. J, Thee. F. Wst. Dew
a I maM l t edao., the ne e. 1N3, ,Stue _waaee ....9 .. .0 Solace and in charge accounts of the 0 .... L Mye J. Pace
*4y "W ,_ayle Utfeet wsi_. Ai s o. s .-veinber a discount of 2 per -aylot.r. . .... 8o.00o Second Torpedo Flotia.L. ,
*010 josrea.Oe,.. 2140hm e S...........2140.00 Assistant Paynasters-W. S. Zane T.MA. J. Jaam
..... *P.SsO-Ocn.... Sn.bk. e.1 mg, io CCnt. will bea Lo IWakll .. .4... detach e te d:rhed the Sotve ordered home, ar M
i d t .e tUme& ad i ready J aneiroto A. Mols. J. S. ROBERTS, waon.............. "" .21.00 accounts and waiting orders;
to M le $htag grounds. ]Rem oLwt N rk, ]otrap, 1509, 'lT COln Ot, Washington2 ... 90....29 H.- H Alkire ordered to naval prov- 0 A GENERAL BAl KING AND--
.. a a Puerto Cabello to A. Z-ei-. Tax Collector. -...-- i lng grounds, Indian Head. Maryland; WE, D U C --A, I
.b Macy Lee, W St. Andrews, is Nordlyst, NorLbk. Christensen, Total..... ........9 ', i $94987* R.00 H. Johnston orderedoo the Phila- BUSINESS.
Ala the -m the 4W d o w Baymles street 14&4, Bu ses ,m- to a F. "$96154.76 -Gunner-E...
Sa A io or 124 ment .................6154.76 GunnerE. Beakes ordered to
P avana to atPortsmouth, N. H yard.
e Halya arrie yeter- Hiawa N k. Joha,140, Balance in fund not appor-, ..1. Warrant Machinists-A. Gay order-
o, tl cl o aW l aSh ia 25. pverp l5 Mter. M -'I"" "1406, toned ...... ......- 116-.76 ed to Wlashington. D. C.. for examine.
ti6,h' t- She e s MItalb ttoe, for retirement. "MONEY -MAKE
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a aMted ift 1tee a rrTived yes. Dean ChrOtiaU, Am Anch, Friable, a b DR. THOS. S. MITCHELL
t Arewsaleft 1 5, Belse to mullter. niUy ambd treet$. theW1e soume l at p. T in city.CE an
Oatl ftat OGclck yetil ,A = lok.s .t --- and at his resdence at night. I I I
lo A ,,inw-I Nr. Jim Office phone, No. 180. Residence phone.
* *I. J, hIand Pastor of a Chicago Church o..
'i3 Cf* steamship Cimbudri& Ave, _Hat Mies, : "Have a wHI whoha~i had a saving amount if at some time t
T wba anl t d aandtLas lteItried Originates New Idea IILU IEioGica idaand Alabama ^ a
EE- O a ...... aca ke.b, r s htt -. a. ..vh.....e. o.. c. ---. MF
useid eI l cahak __ usuta SSc. aFor Service. III a UnIV LAND COMPANY an srt account with a dar, a.,d s.
.B.s... .. ---- boto .- ag s New ry IN II a often as possible-~hta money in the bank-l-
iSK .,._I -_ ye.'y S? ee -- -n II tUIT* NJ U I lUEBR. -wD~ rE .HI. ardI wi yevantages o wr Savngs r
", -a-l e~ ftmas. 1& 2SSSeds a Chi- scago. Nov.4--e taS t bl9 Gl A.I KILN-DeRIS *AP. l TI I I
s--a^- S.... S 'Imlt r o twenty-five pdee bress O.ad AM ERKICAN NAT IINlAL B
S.* .S ft col Soc blocks, during wich the basJ played Service by Depart- in Eseambla County Circuit Court. State Designated Depository of the United S
I .M _ -- ml1.O. Trl bhot.e free. throughout. four choirs as vocal aids, vv s of Florida. Iin Chancery-Annie Ewing Vs
Sand *admission by ticket," were a Wade Ewing--Bill for Divorce. On Mon- al- X Car, Je. PtWer, J.
-"- .few of the inndv'tions sprung tonight IDet. day, the 7th day of Dec-mber, A. 1) 1908 "-- me. Cai... Pfoleu. J
Sl I YT- PIPTI-[ by Dr. W. A. Bartlett, rator of the th -efe na t, Wae Ewi .. urqir- -Onnm .
- S s 6 Ill e a ive UI1 | ||, i -I i II First Congregational church, Wash- herein. This order to be published once ,
"n 0 MI r II | | JI || ington boulevard to the usual evening Washington, D. C.. Nov. 4.-Follow- each week for eight (S) consecutive weeks
e... n. uIIU Jn 1I uJL i I song service toniDht Ai. e to the ing are orders issued to offlcerS of the ubled said scambia Cou nty A.
J Vereas t .. .. .. fore-going were musical selections United States Navy: McM-i,,. Clerk Circuit Court. By C. __ -. .
g :MgHBli ss. at e..- Iir. llrnnTlIIl frf appropriate to the occasion by an Rear Admirals-G. Blocklinger and G. Hartafleld. D. c. Pensacola. Fla.. Oct. 'I l'M NATI INAL
, l rt~ralll'5te *1?t1rn_ t11 II LIUlIIIIII L eight-piece orchestra and au organ J. D. Adams commissions announced. 1st 1908. octloawuw 1 1 1 J 1,O I 1 ilNa.
^*1 Ws- -- 1 "pI U l i llUI lllnHIr concert. As a prelude to the church Captains-W. B. Caperton commis- MASTER'S SALE. PENSACOLA
9MH .,~/,. UlI UII/UilI/I.Ls services the brass band played "Stand ion announced. Under and by virtue- of a decree of -
Sr Jesus," inside the church. Lieutenant Commander-T. S. Wil- "foreclosure and le rendered by the it A sm.ral asir Wuil * e a Mt- 6l
-" .h .UL 4 A.-- -The novelty in religious procedure eon detached the Colorado and order- Court of Escambia County. Florida on -
-- jw ae IT Aiwep-. _- w i P, y =i--. ^by Dr. partlett's church was induced ed to duty as assistant to equipment the 26th day of June. A. 1). 1908. in the
STheir Uncle Kalled While by the desire to attract more people officer Mare Island yard; L A. Kaiser f Morria Be.r aa. ... H ob. iitd R. M.
1...... ....e i t. Acc* *Biis* to the services, ordered to the Colorado as navigator, Monday, the 7th day of IDcember. A. D. .=
___Jra.-t. aS o1 ACCdtlMayig Remains "While the attendance has been H. H. Caldwell ordered to continue 1908. sll at public- auction to the best L
.a ^- __ -. .....very xood. we wished more neoole to dintv on the Milwaukee: W. S. Whit- and highest bidder tfore- the County ..


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cmbt ma1, Tm O *'Their Father. comee" said Dr. Bartlett in explana- ted and D. W. Todd commission an- Cort Huedointhe Clit of J. -. w. o
s W 1tion.* "It was just a 'hedath song nounced. F the legal hours of sale. the following de- Prmsdent. V e-Pi it. Cashie. AM
.. .. service, and singing and good music Lieurtenants-R. T. Meaner ordered scribed real estate. situate. lying and
B us 1893.t Te forlom elm. "........County. Florida. to-wit: Lots tiftt-n (15) r1'
1W*ith i t1w*a ?ber l. AlaT.,e will beread with interest here, vices of a torchlight parade was commission juniorr grade) announced; lot fuwrten (14_. in Block twelv' (i-. of. i .
Trifgie. r w. ta. 146, for Aal- where the Payton Sisters recently ap- something new and novel. F R. McCreary detached the Maine, the New City Tract. according o map of .
lgoft 4M too coal, 1440 tos cot- peared: Line of March. ordered home and granted on City of Pensacola, published IThonmas;
mi e well,. ow repertoire actress- The band of twenty-five pieces month's leave: 0. F. Cooper detached Also the following described real estate
_ ___ ,- from the Volunteers of America play- the Washington."ordered home and situate in the County of Santa Rosa.
- ed for half an hour in front of the placed on waiting orders; T. D. Par- that tract of lan known and d-r .ribd DIitCTOS::
church. Sufficient publicity had been ker ordered to continue duty on the as the "Manuel Del Barvno Grant." heing
Given the new programnae mapied out Buffalo: R. M. Griswold detached the section ten (10) in Township one (1) . HOOTON., M. CART L, J. REEVES. T. I.
--II II i n __for tonight by means of handpainted Colorado and ordered to t-he St. South...- of ane twenty-eigt (2 t. W
^ ..4 *^ TEnJM IH rIrZ t signs on the side of the church, and Iouis; R. Earle detached the Galves- conta-if s51) dre. ns.ore o W A. 1. .. .. De.
-oiEUWe-- wHm at, 7 o'clock the -time at which the ton and ordered to naval station. Together with the tenements. heredita- A Goameral Ianklg.. .. .m Trasaicted ed Asusto Setdlesi 1
Strehlight parade was scheduled to Cavite! ments and appurtenances thereunto be-
M ._l Set --t S. is start, there was a big crowd of.male Insigns-G. C. Pegram detached the lontgineg or ppt anlng i th whtofie tree i-m 9i spei AUmse.
--t- h-- a- -- -oi cyi- c t t-congregation members on hand to Barney and ordered to the Wilkes, stead. -
3 i S&Pm take part.h t .- C. -ak deta d the 141st nd or- D eeds at cost of pur.haaer ,IT f. A-
g-- ..... ^1r-.dn Ln-1d by the band -. the parade wend- dered to the Maine; E. G. Hargis or- .W. ",D. HOWE, la"l ,- I
--+ -_ a. _~-._ -d its way down Washington boule- dered to the Hist; B. H. Steele de- nov.oaw.5w S__-pecial a Uster. T' G- 8te".ii
7 ft s I t q- N thatn o t vard to C dertis street. thence to Ran- tached the St. Mioa and ordered to ----- g u ,...A MN IN.-L
bMatthcgttm psilood tO dolih, on Randolph to May. and the Colorado; a. L. MeSbeeby or- M t'.. S S W.
MIN **I,31N1qw L is--_ a- a nemd. It iasthence to Madison and up Madison to dered to the Gakweston, C. A. BovilU- 1Mbile G f StcAnip -
mimiti. e ft na- A nn street and back to the church. lian detached naval station, Oloagapo g emnacteg with tie Atfanta 4 St. 1LIF AURASC NE
sad Zi It g lon been On the ine of march many additions and ordered to the ,,all; B eAn i way Rastwey steamshp Mantee,
sa Mui heequlitx were added to the body of marchers. S-ath and J. S. Hoel detached the a d pI ssa 1 ngr m- sevi between m*a U p.ll P lA
'tmNheMAA ll & ha p- ui^ As a finale to the parade the ban AlSamas a ordered ome. OW USN", p.ngama. Panam CIty, at. A -- - Si-
1_ ,played one selection in front of- moath's leave. dr M% nri and .e ps otS en St. An- SOUI'1 IU K
ga churct before goitg inside to Midship n-- A-R U M s Jaeger detach. r &W.makMin veie s with A-.
____ P& par. t i the parade. Male; J. B-arett,- Jr., detached -rrnTy s
Solie Al-by 8U1plyaing t rich The ticket of admissiona phase of the North Ca4M"a as ordered to Prer addMut Inerematio. far freight *W*
a il 1 i n i Book MkO Sores the services at the WlashlaUgtem the Maine; L. 8 Stewart detehed and paMs-m ratm, apply to
Sa illl il 1to write. boulevard place of worship was for the North Careliua and ordered to Bell Phone 1250. Read The -W t a
ouri ACo' ITsT GJ the protection'of regular chMh me- the Maine: W. IL Monroe detached lDNEY a Coin *
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no benefit whatever, and having thuswasted so much ,' WIO ,Sdtllutirung nl
oed-earned money, it has come to pwss that they know Tells Nebraskan He is Great- F E EoCoN, S.
*at what to believe.
..-I.- ster in Defeat Than hOp-FR -r.OKIN LESh ONS. EVEY AY:
Inasmuch as this tisfactoy state of affairs exists, . OP- p "'. ",p., ,r n
KNOW, THEREFORE, ALL PERSONS who are ponent in Victory. D .
in need of such a medicine that we will supply them ____ The Southern Cotton Oil Co., cordially invites all the ladies of Pensaola
with VINOL on a POSITIVE GUARANTEE that Hon. John S. Beard yesterday sent to attend our demonstration at the popular store of
if it does not succeed in benefiting them we will refund the following telegram to -wm. j. 4 .
the entire amout of mosey paid us for it. ren a W A:TSON, PARKER & REESE CO. Elc F
There is no one medicine that will cure everything, but ""Honat.' J. Bryan. Lincoln, Neb. i i always
.Poti.m .ivic virtue anid moral- i v.
there are some we know tobe honest, reliable, and of great ity were and are with you. Trust 33 and 35 South Palafox St., beginning Nov. 3rd to November 14th, inclusve
curative value. Such is VINOL; it B not a secret ib against. The south icor- Hours from 9 a. m. to 12 m., and from 3 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. Our demonstrators,
medicine,-just pq*on te of iron, wine, and all the are greater in defeat than is our op- Misses DeLettre, will serve free cookies and cakes of different description made Our central st
eurative.x ts of cod liver oil, combined. We are lonent in victor. BARD.. your o-. rates power
f-..ilLr W*tl y particle of it, and KNOW that it o S g our hours a
.Aoasd beadt every one who uses it. P.J. EDal, of 1247 W. eo.gress st.. SN O D R IFT H O G LESS L ATR D ..u ay it
S',if Chicago, tells of a way to become SW r lTay 1n It
SCould any offer be more fair than this? You are ill; strong. He says: "My mother, who ,. . .. nutes at a ti
S -_ meryo..- --wh-- i ch. w A beli will ..hepi ". Is old and was very feeble. Is derl- also using Wesson's Cooking Oil in frying different articles of food, demonstrat- $ a ,,;i,,tt,
fi ou medici ne wi entwr u, uIng so much benefit from Electri Bit- ing the fact that Snowdrift Hogless Lard can be used in the making of cakes, un
a df oies nohnot wtowill ranyour money. Is4o those who nee d a tonic and strength- which means the saving of butter, which practically saves a lot ofmoney to the
Sroty tour friendtths and yourself to try lr me^ d naicied autit In my lady houmereeper. Wesson's Cooking Oil can be used in frying fish, steak and You avc only
hic.yh e y e you ar fr pled ,i a o nus ine has re sulted. insi be ptatoein m the same pan at the same time, without getting the taste or odor .t l s
u.vrncne*hich we- tve you omr pledge is a genuine1 come and- she is steadily growing r .
liver and iron of great eriLt stronger Electric Bitters quickly from each article. Our demonstrators will explain everything. Everything is aul ith u to si
'.tmidofgr et rem m stomach, liver and kidney eem- free.
SW Vl aa aR plaints. lSoldi under guarantee at all
drug stores. 50ec.
....- Fe /HPeoplL tus takethe
vrcou w=rsiEunp4n nr -TOMORROW FRIDAY, NOV. 6TH, WE WILL SERVE bi of
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.. **nh -cco.Ull ICE CREAM FREE TO ALL THE LADIES FROM 3 TO5 -

Sw- e bee newspaper% if we E P. M., MADE*OUT OF OUR LESSON'S COOKING OIL. P nco
Ji1 mVINOL to be an honest and unusually C O cp
Vremedy for the is fon which it is prescriuallbed ? Many Attended First of Our goods are healthful and economical, our motto is "purity." We re- om
e certainly could not; we thefore ask you, our neigh- 3 ceived the Gold Medal at the Florida State Fair. Maker of ight a
e, friends and acquaintances to accept our assurances cal Series Last Night, 3 h Main on e. 1-
that this is a genuine offer, and that any and all persons Which Was ccessas Range to demonstrate on.
'wbo need a medice of this character should feel a sense -- ....y...y-- .... -
sanityty rn ac tiag, The first of a series of entertain- "- .
YV< a abhifotelybw under no obligation to us what-! given by the BaraIhel tTr T SECRET SO
After you have tried one bottle of VINOL. and afox Street Methodist church occurred I I I C E -S .
any benefit, you have only to tell j last night at the Knights f Columbus 111TO ular onmun
Hall. a large attendance resultlbg FR F. A. o
so, we retum the entire amount of money you rom the intense amount of interest .. hu '. Nov.
heie o o o which has been aroused in the worthy all ino T.
for movement. Edwin R. Weeks appear- C. SHACILEFORI
,'V us-, an .m .m p d by ed in his monologues and character secret
> VINOL is an qld and valuable remedy improved by -ketches, being well received .y theU r0 A i
moderm science -tastes good and agrees with every one. aiudenre issues Sinclao and th. (ilins annd
c"a.. ll dno respectively, th- e ntle-.vee '.de. No.t
Cal and get a bottle today. You won't be sorry. valuable d interesting fro Members Alpha Tau Omega .. .ng broErsF n
every standpoint. The Lyceeun course 4n.rte.
W ITES PHAR-TA MACY Pnsa l. 'is al readyvery popular and mutwcgoS Met Last Night at the E. J. QUIGLE.
D I. ,J t r antJIVIV,, Y IJL Jla* he anticipated by the young people Ng th lSeretary
--..... S. PHARMACY,F from the course as planned. t ed A. N OA p
You can get'Vinol at the Leading DrOem toe in every Town and ity in this Se. from the course a planed Y. l. A. o
R4e O PLEASANT EVENING g ,.o,. ,. .,
Sg old wth, watch. two SPENT AT Y. M. C. A. A meeting of thelocal members of dia n '. Vilt
gold bracelets and a lady's chain, to the Alpha T ree letter T. H. F
whlch were attached three gold baby Many were in attendance on Tues- raternity, took pe at the Y. M. C.l c
pins. He has not yet been captured. day night at the Y. M. C. A. where a A. last night, Dr.t Ipae DeM. Blocker .ret
private wire had been installed, thus having been elected preswlent of the VOLUNTEER VETER
I| mflI ml'T i Sptrb CM cgMs affording an opportunity to receive temporary o-r-itaq .,- and G. A. Volunteer VeteraN l
Selection reports at the pleasant home Waterman secetqtr. L. H. Putman. .tst
ama AL m 0tUS S1 the association. An entertainment of Mobile, who "l t, provincial chief, Hall the sat Friday
0W gk 2,& jt had been arranged for the evening, was in attendance. .Tbhe officer of J .N. H
which was deferred, however, on a- t e organization were instructed to ABDANIE
--utSmoke the El Proviso 5c ou of the general excitement pr'act act aa committee to acre the sig- Secretary.
Soke the El ProV-iS' O 9C ailing as a result of the election natures necessary to the applicati.a
Thief Went Into Residense Cigar, for sale at Imperial news. Lunch was served during the for permission to0 tall a regular 10- U AU ERS OS
Cigar Stores. course of the evening. cal organization. About half of the Reben woe eve I
of Mrs. Wallace Purdy necessary number has already been S ociokt l. O.F.
The Crystal Pharmacy Will Furnish tlion might be stated thus: to repien- '"
and Stole Jewelry. CURES CATARRH The purpose of te iubni ssocia-
SOwe of the bet daylight w te Medicine Free in Every Case fences that fraternity life exeroises i
'-er ta tC city Nr tI te T Ua Where They Fail to Cure the character of the individual by huv-
ssporte at police heiaqarterl yea- Catarrh. Ing the man ils active life keep in -
rs ng by rs Wal e close touch with hi. college influences.
dy.y evening a yt turner of Te U lr- Neglet-t or pessimism we believe and to give the college stidfnt, within One of the Wison Sisters Appearing at the Orplecnm This Week.
dldc r Thg enemy the pblic have to the conaines of his fraternity life, e Nothing but
te a o'o ye s terday even- contend with when applied to the loss advantage of the wider views of the BOOK
ISLt the dini a Board of Safety Decides to every case of canmpton h wore kr:dn. Sana a TAD I Y S but aYY kinds oK
we nin tarch the dinie room Place It at Cor. Inten- maintained and proper treatment had alumni, it It fond, ends to keep alive BOOK
window to elevate himelfaedlse~ dencia and DeVillier. soage is reached smption is cur- direct t t te encies in the coR- RE 00 TO I P EL A A. e
rigtee off. The naegro became -here, for every case of consumption. e ... b. ~
trihtened by a nose made by Mris. The residents of the southwestern It is about Catarrh we want to talk 'h *ich i^ now. on foot regarding the
Sesae. om and 4 p o the city will be gien addi- to you today. incidentally consump-R I Completion of Drainage Sys- real and conscientious eneort soon to
The thief carried off a getleman's doe-sfre protection as soon as the e^. temn Makes Them No h,, made it1 placing Pensacola in the
.._____.._ __ new truwk house is established at the We have a medicine made from the LI I first m N ranks of the attractive cities on e
northeast corner of Intendencia and prescription of one of the most suc- thoe ahf oast.
U Afl lS T K DeVil iers streets. cessful catarrh specialists kown Longer Necessary. Thoe lwho have identified tem- 1 ln
At a. special meeting of the Board This medicine has a record of (elves with the work in hand. in fact.
TH USof Public Safety ,esterda: evening er cenL. of cures. and we believe NIhave no been ,tw in recognizing its
THE BITTERS the above location was decided upon. 1t is positively without an equal. We MAYOR GOODMAN. AFTER" COR- iimortancet and the most prominent disap-
.... ... . o the neobteateums forbt this site having are so satisfied that we are right, that RESPONDENCE WITH T.F RF. .ithes. it i anticipated, will disap- ---


eaiv. y lMidev.and Bowrt Ttmach. been conducted between the boarE _e will supply the medicine Rree in DENT ENGINEER, CALLS THE of a fap in le cou -
trn past exprien.e what it will do for and John X'. Day. who represented the evr itance where it is used asn le f r ATTET O B o vr few weeks.
tiaw... d Wyou are a uefftrdr fromt the owners of the property. coijing to directions for a reasonable i erSiceS of Entire Dem- ATTENTION OF BOARD OF PUB- l.
above aUrmentx. be wise min time and take The new truck house will be a two- length of time and fails to cure and LIC WORKS TO THENECESSI-
ostetter's story structure. If the new hose give satisfaction in every particrtlar. ocratic Ticket In Es- TV OF FILLING UP THE UN- Everyone knows that we RUT
wagon recently purchased by ihe efty We want everyone in Pensacola to try SIGHTLY AND UNHEALTHY are a f tha My pver
St ma h Bitters does not arrive when e building is this medicine t. our risk. There are cambia County. DITCHES. UNHEALTHY ar agens r e Bay n a
Stomach Bitters ,ready for occupancy. the old police no conditions or formality attached to .e
lt once. It will do you a world of good* patrol wagon will be fttted up for ouroftfer We put the user under no shoe-- jame- Jnau-
eesielally In caseo of Poor Appet te. Lrserne and used uni the new W ob toius whae ver.A uusiser o sr Iadarksnm
adace, Flatulency. Inson. Ind rv-e and used until the new wagon bl iono us whatever. Chairman Frank B. Radcliffe. of t which ha" un 'haractl eriz-es o; Ia.uk, Frida at. 7:. a. ..
gln. Dyspepsia. Colds and OIppw. arrives. The mefcine we want you to try is have cdhaiactcriind p.saola A at r. Ma- Eashe
.renmedy that goes direct to the seat of tee. received congratulations on all near future, as the result ,I a 'recent .5 a Renrnn
trouble. It is carried by the blood to sides yesterday over the success of decision on th p:art of 1Mayor Good-, Thury and sS turday
every part of the system. It seeks out the entire democratic ticket in Eeca.n- nan to take ,:the Iat-r of filling But they don't know that "matoa ak ad freig ht
T he R eal M eritofO urSuits and destroys the germs or parasites ba entty. the bg ditch ra parallel

aIs the doTependability o the ardes. ptGood t i tim eo agentsarsrtthe D IR T
tons of a great deal of ready-to-wear suitS. ,he w erms of conusuptiom fro ever turn. giving the streets whore the fill a
TerOtuing a start. Beside. theS. N OF RS"ng-in process ma'y be inaalled, anid The best and slickest shoe f ect
KUPPENHRIMER AND LAWRENCE uE-Ton ei a wonderful peizer. FD. WATSON TO-DAY wh e reno t he. aret no The bet and noeee indr,
clothing for men and young shn are dependable eti ai'd on c of t. it w new "asd on e"arth for$300 Come n Dr.Chs. 2
clothing for men and young men are dependable es re felt. fram the Wer The funeral of 3irs. D. Watson, tem of sewerage and drains. Ite at- sth e i
from linings to outer fabric and through every pro- first dose. It is one or the irarest wlose death occurred at her home tension of the board of works has al- and see them-it --will do o ti.rDMM
sOftrom i gs oe ab ric th r he avdrpomot satisfactory eellig amedeges t 25c East Gregory street yesterday ready been called to the matter, and Oice.M
css maing. that we have ever hea anything to do morning, will be held from the sae results will be forthc.ning in a very your heart good o.
with. We know so much of the reht place at : o'clock this afternoon .short time. i T. G/YAT,
Cm Pe H 0n AN S1N0111 P i_. good that it has dtoe that we permon- Tae pall bearers will 'be George An Important Step.
Ctns p Palatex U Cra or e suits.x ally back it up with oon reputative PritchettngW. E. Apderson, Ben Clar. I te work of elminating the uni | -
and MaXin N U.RAN i LE 'E. and money. which fact should be am- B. J. Giddes. B L. Barclay and J. sghtly ditebl system whi;h has on U
aCAggH CLTHaig Utridg plt gurantee to satisfy anybody. D. Goss. t been an eye-sore to "'Citv Beautiful "
Pl.eno 297 Pemasea, Fe.da. Psen 476 sizes and e. we ure yo to The Journal delivered at put a peculiar impression n he 321 and 328 S. Palafox St. J. B. T
try it. The Crystal Ph.armacy, Brent o mind of the casual ohsers.r, will 4c of D T
thBuilang..ta w e your door, Tc a week. i ninaite value to te gsalb .novrswemtI posite Plaza. --I
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