Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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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 6, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01233
Source Institution: University of Florida
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The Latter State's Eight The Suffragists Arc Wreckers of Bank of North
Electoral Votes After Judge Taft America Fo Guilty
S Probably Be Divided. -G J IBy Jury. "

Reult- to eteuri mebNOW SEE IF HE MEANT IT.
Repbli k ; can by 300, With Scatter- By Asoclated Pr... A special appeal was made to the is
ing Precincts to Be Heard Chicago. Nov. ,.-A disuarch to khe' Colorado women to assist in the Falsifying Bo s MS--
Tribune from D6nver, Col., says: movement ty securing th," signatures appriation44_F is 7
From. A moLnter petition to be circulated of every woman in tie state. appao s 7
among the women of America and "Mr. Taft has often smud he was y ears-J' Will i
New ork.W ?rship in then submitted to President-elect Taft, willing the women of Ametica should
th eecorrship is the immediateplan of the National have the right of frchise If they de Hear Motion0 T y.
the electoral college which is to Woman's Suffrage association. An- 'tred it,"' the presf..ent .uald. "-.ow
choome the next lroaident .f the Unit- nouncement of this fact was made yes- Is the time to give him an opportun-
e States, remained in dispute when terday by the Rev. Anna Howard ity to show what he meant by this a A at
the official counters In Maryland Shaw, president of the association. statementt" New York, NbW.
abandoned tCeir task for the aight. Nore. York,ul e s- d' inar V
According to the best information ob- Morse, until a year ag. dominant
tainable the. proportionate numbers of figure in the world of 1e. pd Al-
Republican a" democratic electors Hofn S tEQf tfefet Se C an frei H. Curtiso nowan iAderat of
J will be determined by a division of U the National Bank of dNi America,
Maryland's eight votes. In any event, were found guilty tonlgU tble crimr
the margin of victory will be so small ImCeed W i huifh it tcfare s Taf cl c inal branch of thtg U eas cr-
r that the state Is claimed tonight by cult court on charge. lf i pplica-
[ the leaders of both parties. tion of funds and fa4 y the books
Missour appears to be saely .of the bank. There was sO, addi-
Missouri appe arh to be safely B y ABN*cated Prew- the energy in his possession, every tional charge of conMBas against
Tl.t. of 300 with prospects that a Clahelnati. O., Nov. 5.--Speaking enterprise which is within the s.tat- the prisoners, but the aQluitted
flal districts wilthl doube or thatle to the Cincianat Commercial club. utes may proceed without fear of in- the men on this count.
f the n r ass l of which he has been a member for terference from tae administration Judge Hcugh reftusMd certainn
Conces Missouri to Tatt d tee years, Wm. Howard Taft to- when acting legally, but all interests a motion for ball, ao.- the
leaving Maryland a spit tween t night sounded the" keynote to prosper- within the jurisdiction of the federal two bankers to the son.
and Bry lan d the aures siow w e ity for the country for the nex tour government may expect a sigid en- The judge said he wo A y moe-
PablBcan electors as hw1red n~ Re "years. forcement of the laws against dishon- tions the lawyers for nera
ublican electos assured, and "Every business man who is obey- est methods." was the keynote of desired to make tomr aing. t
Returns of the Soelalist and Prohl- Iag the law may go ahead with all what Taft said. The federal statutes m min- t
bition party are still far from com. Imum penalty of five y rison- ,
plete. The figures for th, Independ- ROOTS' NEPHEW WEDS ent for falsifying l of a
ence Party are also insufficient to OOT NEPHEW W bank and a penalty of :rs im-
ive any accurate idea of what that e prisonment for mt. of
givarty ha accomplthedea of what that ew York, Nov. 5.--Oren Root, a funds. There Is bn e but
party- haaccomplished. I nephew of Secretary of State Elihu imprisonment provide action
PLURALITY FOR Root, today became a Benedict, taking on the charge of ga books
TAFT OF 17 VOCaES as his bride Miss Ada de Acosta, a ofsa bank.e sThten axp ty on
Daughter of Mrs. Ricardo de Acosta. The jury recommenadr clemency
By Associated Pre.L The ceremony was a quiet affair and for Curtis. c
official vote of on third .f Baltimore was performed at the residence of the
citybride i Madid 2 oon avenue s .omAs the brid
city and 21 out of 3 cntes cor n Is in mourning for her father, who t
plete, and an 'estnlnate of 'bhe alasing died last April, and the groom is also
returns. Taft d an r o ent plur al.rt t e t M
ary tonight -----of 176. n oe lmetlate relatives were asked to the
electors have been chosen. "A..*.. -weid n __
Sto the msro n -amr CASE NOT YET ARGUED. ..

rIq *** 0 Majo ofi' Forty- Washington, Nov. 5.-On Oct. 19th, IX
S" the As-ociated Press sent a dispatch n
nplete R c Members from this city to the effect that in the UL
i LRt S. United States sttprem., court the In-
ternational Textbook company was de- __
S0 0 Returns So Far Indicate the nied a rehearing in its suit against
Tn. Electoral Vote -t f 1Aaron T. Pigg. or Topeka, iKan-a.s. It The H. M. Whitey Sinks *
TneElectoral.r btful Election of 216 Republi- w appears as The H. M. Whitney Sinks in
T. rvat. Tavte. ivbtf Election of 216 Republi- now appears that this w-s an error Ji
....... and 175 Democrats. caused by a mistake of their s preme East River in Endeavoring
lif)rnia '............. .4 cans an court clerk, who confused this case t Avi a C i n. Ve,
.i...l .: to with another having a like number on to Avoid a Collision-Ves.-
"''" ............. In Several Districts the totAvoidra in1aiikon-bV'n-
St'.i.,..tihu .......... the court calendar. The case of the sel and Cargo Valued at
aare .... Vote is Close and Results International Textbook company vs. l an rgo a
t:.'>i, ...... .;: M Pigg has not yet been argued. ,U0 A
,iait, .: May Be Changed. -- "-- .. A
li.j... ................... .. :: .. e TO PRESERVE MOUND. New York. Nov. 5.-The freight t
11.1 .. ............. .. 1 .. ---- steamer II..%. WMltney, of the Metro- r
1'3,ai -........ .......... .. Moundsville. W\. Va., Nov. 5.- politan steanishili line. ank tloight h
h:Lnran...................I .. Chicago, Nov. 5.--%The Republican
.-Pti : ':k .............. 1:: .1 will. scoring to pres-nR en- "Mound day" was celebrated today in in East itiver, while on her way to ,
i.0L ............ p arty will according to pres-nt re-0 0po Boston. The -vst1. valued at $11O.-
in................ urs from all congressional district all of the public schools of est Vir-00 is a ital loss and it is not be-
Sartsaud -tt........... i in the United States. control the next ginia, by order of ThtIulas C. Miller, lived tha. her cargo, valued at $30o.-
l -hian t....... .. 1 '. national houte of representatives by ate superintendent of schools. The 00, can ti recovered. t
nitiin ......... 1 .. majority a forty-one. Figures so fai object of obotservance is to take The ste-anier. in trying to avoid a w
1 ...... .. received show the election of 216 Re teps to preserve the historic mound collision wit a tow. eolli.led with a w
1t.,u .. .......... publicans, and 175 Democrats. a gain. at this ,place, and to effect this through steel, rock. hole was made o
X',hra.ka. ... .......... for latter party of nine. Majorities in the efforts of the school children and below tho water line. The crew es e
.N.-vad t ............... : several diptricts are reported as ex- their friends, caped. s
cw 0talpii r, ........ "4 tremely cloae, and it is possible that
SJ i........ in a fe* instances the official count --.. -----..
X.Novet 'troil t' ....... i- inay clgaie the figures given above.
.Nith Ikota_.......... The folroing table show ; the number
I Ol a.-- --........... --. -of representatives elected from all
I)k.-P4.aixi 4 ' states:
v ...... I State. I)em. Repu1h.
hit lahtu .l .. ....... .. Alabama ................ 9 10
S uth I, akta ........ l..-, Arkansas ................ "'
t.nneH, ............ i- California .............. .. -
"irxi. .. .......... .. Colorado ............... 3 .. -
ta -- .................. .. t' onnecticu ............ .... ',
w'hr ::n .......... -......---------------: a r ..

Va.lnh tl ........... .. . Florida ................ ..

Pittsburg. Pa.. Nov. 5.-Edward Kentucky ............... -/;
T'Ik. a violinist famous all over the huiMaa \
world, has tbeen engaged as the new Marylane.d ............ :. : .
concert master of the Pittshbtrg Or- ylad................
tha season opens tomorrow. Tak re- Michigan ....... .. 12
eatily came here from Europe. (Continued on Page Two.)

Predicted That Bryan Will

be in United States Senate J

By Aocated Press. democratic party for pnres"ent." lie
New York. Nov. 6.--Chair.nan Mack said: "Should the legislature be
last night expressed his strong belief democratic when a vacancy occurs in
that Mr. Bryan would not he a candi- the United States senate from that
date for the presidency again. state, as will be the case in 1911. t
"I do not believe that Mr. Bryan I helieve Mr. Bryan will be selected to
-will again be the candidate of the till the place."

Governor Patterson's Son

Enlists in Army a private

SAssoctateJ Press. erson barracks, St. Ise, So., to-
Chicago. Nov. 5.-Amoag those acs day.
oepted for enlistment at the opening Young Patterson. who gave his age
of the United States ar-ays night. re-as 21 and his occupation as a news-
paper reporter, said he wa- stranded
cruting station here last night was here and later declared that Governor
M.ri)olli C. Patt,(rson of TennesAee. M. R. Pattersen of Tennesee, was his
i1e A i!l *e liii.,,,d itIh oihen-rs to Je- father.




Bryan Wires Taft

His Congratulations


By Associated P-ess.
Lincoln, Neb.. Nov. 5.-The follow- Cincinnati, 0.. Nov. ,, 1908.
ing messages were today exchanged Hon. W. .1. Bryan. Lincoln. Neb.
between Lincoln and Cincinnati: I thank you sincerly for your cor-
Han. Wm. H. Taft. Cincinnati. thank ou r co
Please accept my congratulations dial and courteoi s telegram of con-
and best wishes for the of gratulations and goo'd wishes.
your administration. W\M. 11. fAFT.

It Was For the People to

Decide, Says W. J. Bryan

By Aass lates Pres.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 5.-Win. J. Bry-
an today gave out the following
"The election has gone against u
by a decisive majority. The returns
are not all in. and it is impossible at
the present time to analyze them or
to say what causes contributed most
to the republican victory. We made

Atlanta. Ga.. Nov. 5.-For the pur-
Mose 4f discussing the practical oper-
ition of the convict labor law of 1908
ind the utilization of convict labor on
'he public roads and improvements, a
convention of county commissioners.
ordinaries and road authorities was
opened this morning In the House of
Representatives. Under the new law,
the old system of "farming out" con-
Ticts to private concerns which had
-esulted in a condition at times re-
sembling peonage, is abolished.

New. York, Nov. 5.-4oWeriag from
& fractured skull received in an auto-
mobile accident. Mrs. Josephine Wag-
nor has become violently insane in a
Brooklyn hospital. Mrs. BWagner and
companion were attempting to cross
street in Brooklyn on October 2.
when they were struck by an automo-
bile. Mrs. Wagner was seriously In-
ured and her companion was killed.
Buffalo. Y.. Nov. 5.-Laiest styles
n womrnan's hats form the subject of
discussion at tIle convention opened
here today by the .Millinery .Iobbers'
Association. Tte session will las:
lhree days andi the delegates. repre-
senting twenty citie-t, are likely to
hatch many chpmes for flattening the
tockel hooks ofi American husbands.
-. .- .... .
Deputy Sher f Nichols arrived in
hii, city yesterday y evening from Selma
with WVm. Chaib ers, colo fd. charged
with hr,'aking iand entering. Ciam-
ters b:'oke into the home of his broth-
'r-in-law in thii city last Friday aind
,toi. several : ticlez.

Our Jackie with the Pacific Beet in the Far East day-dreams old U. S. A.

our fight upon a platform which em-
bodied what we believed to be good
for the American people., ut it is for
the people themselves to decide what
laws they desire and what methods of
government they prefer."
Mr. Bryan continued by expressing
faith in the principles which the dem-
ocratic platform demanded and his
confidence t at these principles "will
finally prevail.





The following communications from
Secretary Leland .J. Henderson of the
Inland Waterway e Association are
self-explanatory :
Apalachicola. Fla.. N,\. 4. 140.S.
Pesac .ola Journal, Penaucolit. Fla.
Dear Sirs: The importance of Pen-
sacola's sending a large delegation to
the Cohunmbus convention (of the Gulf
Coast Inland Waterway Association is
emphasized as indicated in the article
I senil you Today with relation to a
representation on the directorate of
the National Rivers and Harbors Con-
gress from the east gulf coast.
So far. Pnsacola is about the only
city of importance that has not ap-
pointed delegates to. attend the vention. I urgfe upon you to again
e-xert your valuable influence and your
ae.-? offort-l ;o have Pensacola send a
goodly number of your citizens to the
conv etifu:. Al- 1 will he pleased to
receive your suggestion for officers ol
1he association.
If Hugh Garden. of New York,
knows what he 1J- talking about, the
consummation of our project sla not
one in the distant future, but one in
the near future. dependent. entirely
clion tfle activity of our citizens in
favor of it.
V-h.-e -writing on till. ui)ject. I
wish to commend Ihe uniiring. faith-
ful and emPcient efforts which your
townsman. Mr. G. A. Waterman. has
rendered the association. Your town
has a valuable citizen in him. and one
who stands and fights for the best in-
aCentia.uad oa second Pan.3

City Engineer Was Instruct-
ed to Furnish Board With
Estimate of Cost.


Communication From the
Council Telling Board to
Sprinkle Tarragona St. Is
Referred Back With Re]-
ommendation That Money
Be Appropriated to Do the

A communication from Mayor Good-
man to the Board of Putblic Work,
calling that department', auentiosh ',)
the bad condition of the Palafox stre- .pavement has put in motion a plan
for the re-paving of that thoroughfare.
The oomnmnication was read at the
meeting of the board held lass night
and the matter was referred \o the
city engineer with the request that he
furnish the board with an estimate ot
the cost of re-iaving all of that por-
tion .from Garden -street south to
Main. Another communication front
the mayor relative to closing the
abandoned ditches in the city was
also referred to the city engineer
with instructions that he furnish the
board with the location of the ditches
and also that he furnish an estimate
of the cost of grading streets where
these ditches are located.
The mayor also recommended that
the board furnish tin garbage cans
for use in the streets, bit as there is
no -money available to comply with
this recommendation the communica-
tion was received and filed.
Wants App-opaiation.
A communication from the .council
asking that -the board make arrange-
ments for the sprinkling of Tarragona
street caused cohsiderable discussion
and was disposed of b)y a recomnme:-
dation to the council that it appropri-
ate a sap( aciient to comiy 'with
its request.,
Anotherecomamunicat ion from the
cotmcil concerning the rebuilding of
the city wharf on Magnolia street wan
referred to the city engineer with the
request that lie furnish an estimate of
the cost for doing the work.
A communication from Lee Daniell
objecting to a spiget, used for secur-
ing watllr with which to sprinkle the
streets, near the corner of Mtin anti
Palafox streets, was laid over until
the next meeting of the board.
The Campbell Livery Stables made
a proposition to the board for the
stabling of the city stock and for fur
nishing a pound lot. The livery cont
rpany will be asked to submit a bid
for caring for 14 mules and for fur,
fishing the -pound lot. the stabling o'
the sock to be under the supervision
of the street superintendent.
Taxes on Polls.
Comptroller Morgan InforDni-d the
board in a communication that mW
reason the telegrfli. telephone and
electric light companies nre not pay-
lng taxes on their poles Is because the
matter is now in the courts. Thil
matter was referred to the onmptrollel
at a previous meeting of the board,
at which meeting Street Superintend
ent Burns informed the board in a
comnmunicaion that these cornmpanle.
had not paid taxes on or painted thell
poles in several years.
Residents of East Hill pelitioned
the board to place four lights In thai
section of the city. The petition was
referred to the lighting committee.
The Pensacola Tar and Turpentine
Company made the board a present of
one barrel of pini- oil. a composition
'used in street sprinkling. The oil was
accepted with thanks and It will bhe
u ed in a test on the unpaved portion
of Palafox street
Condition of Palafox.
,Steet Superintendent Burns submit.
ted his report for the month of Octo.
(Ceatinud a n Second Page.)

President Elliot of Harvard

University Has Resigned

By Assocated Prs. Harvard board of overseeri. The re-
Boston, Nov. g.-President Charles signation has been accepted.
W. Elliot, for more than thirty years Charles Wiliam Elliot was born in
the head of Harvard University, ten- Boston in 1834 and was graduated
by Harvard Univerqity in 1tS5,3. H'i
dered bis resignation Octrber 26 to b Harvecame Eat rir *1- rvar.H
take effect May 19. 1909, according to and was advanced steadily until hi
an announcement made today by the election to the presidency tin ls6I.

Philadelphia Newspaper

Reporter's Good Luck

By Amelaei Preps. lican city organization, Frank J. Gor-
'New York, Nov. 5.-A special dis- man, 24 yeana old, a reporter, was
Npatch to the worldd fromn Philadelphia nom*ated at tihe last mfIate for
ays: county eomnialinger, mor to ill v,
says: the ticket than with any idea of elect.
Given three wekI l-ave of ab- ing him. The completion of the count
sence front his paper tha. he might early- this morning showed that Gko-
Suring the campaign as secretary ma had slipped Into a job that will
o a "Phadepia party," a reform pay him $5.*00 a year for the n=&
mo winent in opposition t the Repub- three -ears

OFFICIAL from WASHINGTON-Fair Friday azat -with rising temperature; light, variable winds.


To reach all of the peo-
ple, use both the DAILY
and the WEEKLY JOUR-

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United and Concerted Effort

to Stamp One the

Disease. /


Dr. Warren E. Anderson. of thli
city as a member of the state comit-
tee of the National Association for
the Study and Prevestino of Tuberc--
les is about to tatrodue a mofe-
meat which is to pro a I ortat from
many s*tedj4pm*, in the naugration
of a united A" concerted effort .in
Penuseola for the preventio-i of tuber-
culoals. Already he is able to aasureG
a tuberculosis exhibit for this city
In February, Pensacola, 'ampa and
Jacksonville to he the three citiess in
Florida in which the national associ-
ation will hold exhibit next year.
Thee exhibit are espolally valn-
able and Interesting to the public, and
are so arranged that a more atorough
knowledge of the disease in its various
stages may be secured, and a better
Insight obtained as to the manner in
-which the great white plague is tb
be sucessfully fought. Dr. Anderson,
awho 48 alremay la communication with
Sa number of prominent persons al-
ready Idetfed with the work, Is en-
thuslastie over te progress which
SSan been made locally, and reports
Such interest In them aovment.
As to Local PoesibilitI.e
ah Peasmcw is not a partle-
*larly uortuat community as re-
s erelos the satsticsa for
29r showing but M deaths during the
yar due to the disease, yet the fact
o its mere presence, and the eom-
aratlve ease with which it May be
kept under satifmectory otro l. and
perhaps positively ellminzted so far
as local conditions are concerned.
* makes the proposition a tempting one
when viewed fro& the proper stand-
> There Is, In the first place, few
|,. -,A'-41tis of the sase of Pensacola.
tlht that have already organized sys-
*-- really aid are now well equip-
t both with the knowledge and with
means with which to cope success-
ftlly with this threatening dan-
ger, which is slow but surely sweep-
as down upon the American people
I ke a greatwhite death shroud,
grasping humanity In the dark and
Scod at its unearthly power.
nla other cities, civic leagues. Im-
provement .assoelations and almost
every other form of mt-2dcipal benefit
associations, have taken up the move-
ent. and a precedent established
'which w shortly 'b e followed by,
Pensacolw-when the neesmary spirit
ofa thinking public is properly arous-
ed. The fact that E. G. Routzahn.
i 'who is the official representative of
5I the National Association for the Study
and Prevention of Tuberculoais, is
soon to be in Pensacola, is regarded
as especially co ducive to eoIeltent
results in the very near future, by
those closely in touch with the work
so far as it hba already developed.
Dr. Anderson Recelvee LettOrs.
Dr. Anderson has recently received
.many letters, valuable in their sug-
'-. gestlon and information, among which
: the following from Dr. Relln Lowell
Btevenv, of Jacksonville. Dr. Stevens
Is prominently Identified with the
'work in Jacksonville, where a great
deal of attention is being given to the
big tuberculosis flgWft which il being
Swaged by the national asocJ-tloa
and which is soon to reach Pensacola.
The following hi self explanatory:
"2050 Hinl street, Jacksoaville.
Dr. Warren E. Anderson, Pensacola,
"My Dear Doctor Anderson: I
have just received a eommmnicaties
trom Mr. E. G. Routxahb, director of
the exhibit of the National Association
for the Study and Prevention of Tu-
berculosis, in which hlie announces a
flying trip through Tenne'see and
Plorida, leaving New York on the 4th
of November. He will be in Jackson-
ville on the 9th. in Tampa on the 10th
and llth, and in Pensacola on the 12th
and 13th.
"In Jacksonville the Women's clubs
will arrange for some of our repre-
sentative citizens to meet him and to
discuss the question of an exhibit. He
bas also expressed a desire to meet
physicians and business men in Pen-
eacola. That I would be glad to put
Into your hands to arrange, as a mem-
ber of the National A4iociation, and
e* who is interested in the fight
against tuberculosis. Will you co3r
mDnicate with him upon his arrival
"Very truly.
Some More Interetlngi Data.
A second letter received by Dr An-
fderson from Dr. Stevens is a' follows:
S "2050 Hill street, Jacksonville.
"Dr. Warren E. Anderson, Pensacola,.
"Dear Dr. Anderson: 1 want to
thank you for your prompt answer to
a my letter about the proposed tour 'of
St'ie exhibit of the National Assocla-
tion in the state of Florida, and \your
promise of aid. Can you tell me any-
thing of your canvass of Pensacola
In view of the exhibit? I have Just
returned from the wonderful congress
on tuberculosis at Washington, and
em naturally full of zeal in getting
about the winter's work.
'"Jacksonville is coming nobly to the
front. Money has already been sub-
scribed by the board of trade and
promised by the Dural Medical sso
elation and the Womens' clubs. There
are many interested citizens who are
willing to help. dnd we shall call the

exhibit here for next spring, that be-
Ang the earliest date upon which they
can be with us, on account of the pree-
ent crowded state of their ittiwary.

AN J. -.M M-.-


ber. An extract from it is as fol-
"I woud can your attention to Pala-
fox street where the water works
workmen tore up the streets two
weeks ago, and left a hole in the
street. If they are allowed to do such
work you can't expect other parties
to put the streets tn good condition,
after they tear it up. I would also re-
@ort about the dangerous condition ot
South Palafox street in front of the
Baars omee, left by the water works
This mater was referred to the
clerk with instructions that he inform
the superintendent of the water works
to place the locations named in proper
Another extract from the report is
as follows:
"I also call your attention to the
poles that the Pensacola Electric Com-
pany is placing. There are four of
them In the culverts and soma of the
culverts are cut in two. I heve been
told by the man in charge of the work
that the city engineer ordered him to
cut the culverts. The one in front of
Mr. O'Leary's is useless after an ex-
9editure of about one hundred dollars
to relieve ,he water in that neighbor-
hood." '
The city engineer, to whom this poxr
tion of the report was referred, de-
nied the statement that he ordered
the culverts out, and the matter was
referred to him.
The purchase of four mules from R.
C. Storrie, for use in sprinkling carts,
at a total cost of $1,000, was author-
ised by the board.
W. H. Connors, formerly a member
of the police force, and W. J. Yates
were given positions as drivers of
sprinkling carts at a salary of $50 per
On motion of Mr. O'Leary, the coun-
cil will be asked to appropriate enough
money to pay the street sweepers $46
per monta. They are at present get-
ting $1.50 per day.
Park Appiupi nations.
The Plaza Park Commissuoners re-
quested their appropriation of $1,500
allowed by the council. The board
agreed to give them a check today for
All other park commissioners asked
for their share of appropriation allot-
ted by the council, and the board de-
cided to give them one-third of their
allotment in order that they may pro-
ceed with work en the different parks
and squares.
The Goulding Fertilizer Company
informed the board it had a large
quantity broken brick, etc., which it
would give to the city if the board
would haul it away. The offer was re-
ceived with thanks and the company
will be informed that the offer has
been accepted.
City Clerk Aymard asked that he be
allowed $25 per month for acting as
custodian of the city hall. On motion
of Mr. O'Leary, the request was re-
fused. A motion by Mr. Walker, that
the clerk be allowed $10 per month
for thia, service failed to receive a
sesco v.
All bills presented at last night's
meeting were ordered paid.
To Connect With Sewers.
The following resolution, which was
offered by Mr. Walker and adopted,
will be presented to the council:
"Resolved, That this board recom-
mend to the council the enactment of
an ordinance requiring every property
owner to connect his house with the
sewer on all streets when sewer is
laid, the same to be done under the
supervision of the plumbing inspector.
putting a limit to the time when the
work should be completed, such limit
to be timed for completion before
street paving is commenced, and fur-
ther providing that the work shall be
done by the city at owners' expense
when such owners falls, whenever
such failure would entail the disturb-
ance of the 'new paving."
In the absence of Mr. Daniell, Mr.
Forbes acted as chairman and Measrs.
OLeary, Walker and Thlesen were

~m -

~ ~7, ~h2Qa

Odd Things

in the -Nws

Breathing exercises were introdue-
ed in some Parisian schoolonot long
ago, and beneficial results *re soon
Mrs. Elizabeth Lehman. ( Mount
Joy, Pa.. aged 104. took her )rst ride
the other day in a trolley c* and in
an auto. I
State laws require the aneriean
fag to fly over school house during
school honors in California, Oregon
and Kansas.
The greater paorteion of the iegaph
and telephone poles of this iwtry
come from the southern peansula of

In the matter of paper pr4 ctien
New York, Matne and Wiscomit rank
first, second and third respectely.
William K. Piper, who dted t Car-
lisle. Pa., aged 84 years, mdl,000,-
selling papers.
Prank Dubwow, of Oxford, has
traded foxhunds to chase baD
ad locate them.



He Will Start on His Trip

Nine Days After taft's

The =a-imu prwedueed by the Cob-
reew bs already resulted In e6ao1h
apptlktl = for the exhibit to t11 itur
Years. Temeee called then last
July. That waseal. The Woman's
eA1a do not wlis the ,eoCle oC Pen-
mmola- to feel suberviet to them in
the matter of the hdibit. W 'aave
decMed that we want it.
"We work in every eity where we
have representatives to farther that
end. I Jacksonville we may be salad
to have already succeeded. With
Pansacola t resolyes itself into the
question, "Will she not take advantage
of the opportunity and call the exhibit
daring the same tour? Four cities
win reduce our expenses to $60 apiece.
Penmaeola may provide. us with the
fourth city. I Aad that labor unions
and churches in the north have been
umet active in the work.L It comes
pretty close to the labor unions bere
when cigar makersa stand third In the
list of occupations in which tubercu-
losis is "alarmingy prevalent, and it
arouaes a fear for our home when we
see that house servants came fourth
an that list. This ts from the nation.
al bureau of vital statistics.
"Feeling that your enthusiasm has
borne fruit. I am very truly.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure amy case of Itching, BlihdL Bleed-
lug or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14
days or money refunded. 50c.
A new supply at the Crys-
tal PhaIt acy.

(Cemtlnued From First P'*ge)

AI Humors
Are matms wM e d er,
-Iaf ta-- o efw -- --ta em
a without ebp.
PImpW s.bOU ewma and eot nmep.
am. iOm of appetite, that tied "u .
bUlon turns t of lt n tiun-- dU heed.
ebw and many other troubiw are due to
them. Thy a a m r 'md by

Hood's Sarsaparilla
In uwal Uqad erim or in choceatoed
hass----_ownasa- t-b-. 1o iodomeu. I




Secretary Henderson An-
nounces Tentative Pro-
gram For the Gulf Coast
Inland Waterways Con-
vention to Be Held on
November 9 to 10.

1. Address of Welcome-Rhodes
Brown, mayor, Columbus, Ga.
2. "From the Tennessee to the
Coosa. the Greatest Canal Project on
the American Continent," by C-aarles
J. Swift, Columbus, Ga. (Accepted.)
3. "Relation of the Canal from the
Tennessee River at Guntersville to the
Coosa River at Gadaden, to th6 At-
lantic and Great Western Canal; the
Survey and Feasibility of Such a Ca-
nal," Col. C. P. Goodyear. Brmnwick,
Ga. (Conditional acceptance.)
4. **Federal Policy .in Waterways
Development," Hon. 0. M. Leighton,
Chief Hydrographer, U. S., Wasting-
ton, D. C. (Accepted.)
5. Senator Francis G. Newlands,
Reno, Nev. (Invited.)
4. "Florida Ship Canal." Duacan
U. Fletcher, democratic nominee for
U. S. senator, Jacksonville, Fla. (Ac-
7. Gov. N. B Broward, Tallahassee,
Fla. (Invited.)
8. Hon. J. W. Porch, V. P. Board
of Trade, New Orleans, La. (Invited.)
9. Robert Isham Randolph, Chicago,
ll. (Accepted.)
10. Hon. W. F. Vandiver, president
Montgomery Frt. Bureau, Montgomery,
Ala- (Invited.)
11. Governor Hoke Smith, Atlanta,
Ga. (Invited.)
12. Hon. Henry D. Clayton, Eu-
fala, Ala. (Invited.)
13. "Informal Address," J. H.
Drummond, St. Andrews, Fla. (Ac-
14. "Benefits to Tampa and the
West Coast of Florida Peninsula
from the Gulf Coast Inland Waterway
and Florida Ship Canal," Thos. J. L.I
Brown, president Chamber of Com-
merce, Tampa, Fla. (Accepted.)
15. "What a Certain Short Canal
Means to the Western Half of Geor-
gia and the Eastern Part of Alabama."
John A. Betieman. Albasy, Ga. (Ac-
16. "River and Harbor Improve-
ment From a National Viewpoint,"
John Fox or S. A. Thomnson, officers
National Rivers and Harbors congress
(conditional acceptance).
17. Hon. Benj. G. Humphries,
Greenville, Miss. (Invite4.)
18. "Apalachicola andl the Next
Convention of the Gulf V oast Inland
Waterway Association." (ol. C. H. B.
Floyd, Apalaciicola, Fla. (Accepted.)
19. T. G. Bush, Birmi sham, Ala.,
20. Oswald R. Eve, Ulbany, Ga.
21. Congressman S. Sparkman,
Tampa. Fla. (Invited.)
22. Judge Adamson, Coumbis. Ga,
informal address."
23. Senator W. H. 3 liton, Mari-
anna, Fla. (Invited.)
24. "Southern Comm-cial Con-
gress." C. Grosvenor Daw4 Montgom-
ery. Ala. (Invited.)
25. "The Lake Borgne (nal," Le-
sees Lake Borgne canal. Invited.)
S6. Paul Jones, Colunnus, Ohio.
27. "The Purpose of the Gulf Coast
Inland Waterway Associaton. Plans
for 1909." Speaker unselcted.
Cities invited to furnish Oeakiers:
Jacksonville. Fla.
Pensacola, Fla.
Birmingham, Ala.
St. Augustine. Plta.
New Orleans, La.
Mobile, Ala.
Atlanta. Ga.- t
"The Caffall Route." i












Promise. That the Alaska-
Yukon-Pacific Exposition
Will Be Completed on the
Opening Day Will Be

Speelal to The Jou'-nal.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 5.--One of the
first day of June, 1909, the gates ot
the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition at*
Seattle will open. Every building
will be finished, every seasonable ex-
hibit will be in place, every road will
be paved, every path laid out, every
garden will be radiant with flowers.
If the visitor comes on the last day, or
in August or on the opening day, he
or she will find things the same. The
promise of the officials of the exposi-
tion to break all previous records and
thus establis- a precedent will be re-
alized. Seattle men feel that they
must live up to the reputation of the
city as a place that does big things
and they are acting with characteris-
tic promptness, energy and enterprise.
A month ago the gateb of the ex-
position were" closed to free admis-
sion. The day was celebrated by a
vast meeting of the stockholders held
on the steps of the huge M inufactures
building. The director general pre-
sented figures showing that the ex-
position was more than 70 per cent
complete, eight months remain for tie
finishing touches.
Three of the great permanent
buildings which will be turned over to
the University of Washington at the
close of the fair are finished. A
fourth will be completed by January
1st. The two main exhibit palaces. I
the Manufactures and Agriculture
buildings, have been finished for sev-
eral months. The mining palace and
the fisheries building are ready, the
hospital and the fire station have
been in use for months. The power
plant is ready to start up. Oregon
finished her palatial building in Sep-
tember. California will have ier big
building completed by January 1st.
The Washington state building, which
will be permanent, is going utip rapidly.
Contracts have been let with a time
limit of February for the Arctic
Brotherhood. Forestry a. l Women's
buildings. The United States govern
ment commissioners are prepared to
rush work and have the buildings
ready two :months before the opening.
The other buildings to be erected can
be run up in two to three .months.
The site, 250 acres of virgin forest,
has been cleared and graded. Roads
and paths have been laid out. The
central court of honor with its beau-
tiful cascade and geyser basin is com-
plete. Acres of lawn are coated with
a heavy turf of refreshing green. The
Sunken Gardens are' finished.
Miles of sewers, water mains and
electric conduits have been laid, all -
permanent work for the University.
Contractors will soon start laying as-
phalt over the eleven miles of streets
and walks. Several miles of cinder
paths winding through the virgin for-
est, through beautiful glens and shady
nooks are ready.
The green houses which have been
in operation for two years have over
a million plants including 250,000 rose
bushes ready for transplanting. The
decorative features of the exposition
will be one of the 'most distinctive
parts of the brilliant show. The roses.
the rhododendron banks, the hower
beds of the sunken gardens, the fes-
toons of vines that are found every-
where, the acres of green lawn, the
giant firs and cedars will rest the
eyes and visitors will not wonder that
Washington is called the Evergeen

A special from New York says:
Nine days after the I-glrstiton of his
successor, March 4, President Roose-
velt will start ot ,hs long trip to At
riea in search of big g This be-
came known today when the plans for
his bunt which he has been formulat-
ing with great care for eoathe leaked
President Roosevelt, accompanied by
his son, Kermit, who will go as the
photographer of the expedition; an of-
ficial of the navy department, and a
professor from the Smithsonlan Insti-
tution will take passage on the North
German IAoyd liner Koenig Albert on
March 13, and will arrive at Naples
March 25, from where the president
will make his start for Africa.
Will 0e by Seax.
From Naples the party will travel
by ship to Mombassa via the Suez.
Mr. Roosevelt will not enter the Congo
territory, and as yet no arrangements
have been arranged for the six months
the party will spend in Uganda. On
Lak Victoria hianzsa the party will
embark for Eatebbe.
It is probable that the president will
accept an initation from a Mr. Mc-
Millan, nephew of the late Senator
James McM Un, of Detroit, to shoot
over big extensive estate in the Nai-
robi district of Uganda .
Explobm New Fields.
The president will not follow the
beaten paths of other hunters. He is
determined to strike out for himself
in the new fields. A trip on foot and
by water of over 3,00 miles from En-
tebbe to Khartoum, where it is expect-
ed Mrs. Roosevelt will join the party,
has been mapped out for the presi-
The president has received permis-
sion from the British government to
kill as much game as he likes, but it
is understood that his expedition wili
be fully as much in the interest of
science as to kill.
There will be no trouble in keeping
in touch with the civilized world for
telegraph wires now cover both the
German and British East African pro-
Te Have Saloon Coach.
For the accommodation of the presi-
dent and his Darty on the Narve rail-
road, a special saloon coach with
kitchen attached will be reserved in
addition to & saloon carriage with
leather seats which are transformed
into sleeping berths at night.
%Vol, 103 miles from Mombassa and
at an elevation of 1,380 feet, is the
first station trb the president and
his party will gebably make a stop.
Big Game Abounds.
At this point- herds of antelope and
big game abound.
The next important stop on the
Uganda railroad is Makindu, 209 miles
from the coast, where there is an ex-
cellent bungalow for hunters who
usually make it their headquarters for
hunting in the forest of Kikuyu where
lions and other ferocious beasts may
be found.
The Eastern African rhinoseros is
so short sighted, according to reports
of railroad officials, that he frequently
getlt-on the track and charges the on-
rushing locomotive.
In the next 56 miles to Kikuyu, the
railroad rises more than 1,500 feet. At
this point herds of zebra, harthbeetste,
gazelles, ostrichs and giraffes may be
seen close to the track.
That pain in your back caused by
lumbago, stiff muscles or a strain is
an easy thing to get rid of. Ballard's
Snow Uniment cures rttesmatisqi.
lumbago, sore and stiff muscles.
strains, sprains, cuts, burns. bruises,
salds and all aches and pains. You
need a bottle In your house.
Sdld and recommended by W. A.
D'Alemberte, druggist tnd apothecary,
121 South Palafox st-eet. Penaacola,



First Annual Report of Ge-

ologist Sellards, Contains

Interesting Facts.



writt. n bSm Et.m |. 1fNO. 6

I have a bunch of letters from advertisers asking
me to criticise their advertisements; to tell them
wherein the copy is bad or good.

It is nearly all bad; but most bad advertise-
ments pay. The better the copy, as a general rule,
the better the results. Good copy for one class of'
trade might be very poor copy for another. But there
are a few broad general principles which are always

.... Your advertisement should be attractive enough
to catch the eye. Size doesn't do this. A two inch
single column card may be made to attract more
notice than an onnonucemept as big as a sheet of note
paper. If your advertisement isn't seen it isn't read,
and if it isn't read no matter if it has ten million
circulation it isn't worth a postage stamp. You are
not investing in circulation but in readers of adver-

Zi The next point is to make your advertisement
readable. As a rule the most readable copy is printed
in fairly large book type; one kind of type with a
display heading or two and the reading matter divided
into easy paragraphs. Most advertisers think that by
crowding the space to its utmost they are getting
bigger value for their money. Within rewsonsble
limits the very opposite is true. Ten words read are
worth more than ten thovs-,nA words looked at.

If I were advertising a retail shop and I found
that my advertising appropriation would allow me to
take a two inch card daily in four newspapers I should
multiply the two by four and takt an eight inch card
in one newspaper.

But the secret of copy is personality; red hot
hustling life. Like breeds like. If your shop is a
hustling go-ahead couctru and this spirit is reflected
in your advertising, the cotag ill soon spread.
The first hundred custom r art the hardest to get -
the second hundred come in about half the time; the
third hundred are attracted by the crowds

The full page announcemapts of the department
stores overshadow the small dealer; but there is
opening up a great field in every big city for the at-
tractive advertising of the smaller shop. This ad-
vertising must be done in a new way; it must be
pleasing, refined, convincing; it must appeal to the
individual who loves quiet rather than noise; the very
antithesis of the broadside bargain advetisi g so
common in every newspaper,

(Cw mst. Ie. by Tromsoe Cempy. ciemo.


materials and mineral waters. The
last mentioned subject has treatment
also in Bulletin No. 1 of the survey,
being a preliminary report of the un-
derground water supply of central
Florida. The Florida Geologiesal Sur-

The Manufacturers' Record of re- vey is a welcome addi
cent date contained the following re-state organizaghtions, whichmae
garding minerals in Florida: ment of the -south.
Florida's general assembly establish-
ed in 1907 a state geological survey. Democrats Make G
The first annual report of State Ge- Of Nine in
ologist E. H. Sellards justifies fully
the legislative action. It is contained
in less than 120 pages, but it is calcu- (Continued From First
lated to fasten upon the mineral re-
sources of Florida the attention of in- Minnesota ............
vestors and others interested in tie Missisippi ................
exploitation of natural wealth. In it Missouri ................
a sketch of the geology of the state. Montana ................
which is to be dealt with in greater Nebraska ...............
detail in a later bulletin, is followed Nevad ................
by facts about the mineral industries. New Ham;pshire ........
Of these, phosphate mining is the i New .ie-rey ............
leader, its product now exceeding $6.- New York .............
000,000 in value annually. *In the 20 i North Carolina .........
years since it was started t ie indus-i North Dakota ..........
try has produced fully 12,000.000 tons Ohio ...................
of phosphate, valued at $48.000 000, Oklahoma ..............
and the output last year was more Oregon .................
than half the total output of the Unit- Pennsylvania ...........
ed States. Though it is impossible Rhode Isand ...........
to estimate the total amount of phos- South CarclinAi ........
phate in Florida. Mr. Selards is con- South )Dakota ..........
vinced that in Cie extent of produc- Tennessee ..............
tion and in methods of mining the in- Texas ..................
dustry is still in its infancy. The Utah ...................
same is true of the brick-making clays, Vermont ...... .........
fuller's earth and kaclins, all of which Virgini .................
are still to be investigated compre- Wasbington ............
hensively. Peat has been mined to v est Virginia ..........
some extent for several years, and Wisconsin ..............
two plants for converting it into Wyoming ...............
fuel have been operated during the
past year, but as Mr. Se!lards points 1
out, the state will be greatly benefit-
ed if teh extensive peat bogs can be A lot of old ne
drawn upon for additions to the fuel
supplies. He refers' also to Infusor- tied up in neat bm
tal earths, Ikme. natural cement and e 5c a bundle, at
materials for Portland cement ad c a at
samdlite bricks, sulphur, r ad-makNtag aI offIc

tion to the
are contrib-
rial advance-



1 8
10 6
5 1
3 1
11 26
7 3
9 12i
2 3
5 27
7 .o
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dies for


S rp.

People in t0ih

Pubi Eye

The Tennesseean who was fined $60
each for fifty quail he had in ais poo-
session contrary to law now knows
precisely how Johadee felt after Judge
landis had announced his rulag.-In
dip"apolls News.
Berne of the brethren talk as if they
were of the opinion that Mr. Roosevel t
would be in danger of losing his Job
for pernicious political activity, if he
were a postoffice employe.-Bristol
George Ade is going to take the
stump in Ohio, presumably to show
the people of that state who 'have
been enjoying -Nick Longworth'm
mirth what a real humorist is.-De
troit Free Press.
The front trucks of Taft's car
'jumped the track at Sterling, 0. We
'surmise that Mr. Taft 'was riding
somewhere in the back of the car at
the time--Saginaw Courier-Herald.
It seems that Chadn, who isn r
ning for president on the ProiMtles
ticket, is also a Cristian Scieatist.
Even Hughes hasn't got unach eo that
man.-New York Telegraph.
We believe nobody will dispute the
statement that Colonel Watterson'a
work on the coaching lae this yeaw
bas bee= the most attr stive startt
of the ame.-Houste Past.

A lot of old n 1m6
tied up in seat buT for
sale, 5c a bundle. at The Jour.
nal a gce


(Continued From First Page)

terests of Pensacola. I feel it a per-
sonal honor to be associated with him,
and a privilege to be long remem-
Thanking "you again for your maay
favors, and your assistance in this
Yours very truly,
Gulf Coast Inland Waterway Assn.,
Leland J. Henderson, Sec.
Aticle Referred To.
Apalachicola. Fla., Nov. 4, 1908.
The Board of Trade and city council
of Apalachicola and all other cities
interested are askol t', follow the ac-
tion of Columbus ane memoralize the
National Rivers and I.arbors Congress
requesting membership in the director-
ate of that body for the east gulf coast
and the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee
drainage basin.
Similar resolutions will be Intro-
duced in the convention of the Gulf
Coast Inland Waterway Association at
Columbus. Ga.. November 9-10. This
is an equitable demand.
The most eastern of the four direct-
ors for the gulf seaboard is M. J.
Saunders, of *New Orleans, while
Texas lias two, S. Taliaderro, of Hous-
ton, and S. W. S. Duncan, of Dallas.
The fourth is T. G. Bush of Birming-
ba-n. While ihorida with the greatest
end in some respects the most import-
ant seaboard In the United States, is
not represented at all, and has only
one officer In the organization, riz:
S. M. Sparkaan, of Tampa, state vice-
The vast importance of the Florida
Seaboard, the Florida ship eaanl and
gulf coast inland waterway-about one
balf of which will be in Florida-and
tie ApalaehIeola-Chattaboochee valley,
warrants a greater representation in
the organization, having the meaost po-
t t influence in existence for water,
war ad gort iamprovemeat.


-* Y,



S., MNS. SHEAR All the News of West Jloric

an 1. & N. engineer. whio was IN AND SOUTHERNA
aaly M ured on October 28, -isI_______ NlU I
_EvngeustreFlaval Hall is conducting tT
Church of Christ. which are being
Q attended. The congregations are D. A WIGGINS DIES I:D-. Thonmas ha, ju- .on; : :he this wk. snh,- is v,,ry l grind-[on ;he ,,.i inst. "Owi,
gowlac much Interest in tie services. Plank farm of 200 acrez inl ('e alld nakig_ srl_. _o he1 hi',ad. s. <'
The public is invited. AT TALLAHASSEE Mr. Manning is away in Aiatanua tCa. Asa \Vard. of the schooner ner. thl resident of t
s Lady Who Followed Her attending the Universalist conference. Honor, eift for Pensavala Tuesday will not able to aten
The maximum temperature at Pen-. Tallahassee, Nov. 5.--Comrade Dan- Mr. McQurarrie goe. to Apalachicola with 90 barrels of rosin, ly. it will devolve upo
ola yesterday was 66 degree at The kind thats built for H to el A. Wins a well known resident and other cities this week, to attend The schooner Lily el. Ca. H. hakleford. first vie
Sp. m, while he m mum was ind thats built for Husband to Dever, of this city, died at his home erl th farmers institute. Thomas. left for Pensacola ednes- perform the duties of
50 degrees at 6:30 a. m. Last year rugh wear. yet, pleasant to Tuesday morning after an illness of Several prospectors from Michigan day with a cargo of Jiht wood. officer. That Mrs. Sha
40 the same date the maximum was the boys' feet. That's the RetUrmS Here. two or three weeks. came to DeFuniak last week, and aft- Quite a party from here attended able of doing this
TO degrees and the minimum 63 de- The deceased was a, -nember of ter staying at the Mrown house. went the dance given Saturday night at herself and to tae local
Simni. The average maximum for this kind Meyer sells. and made Thompson B. Lamar camp, Confeder- off in a iai to look over t.he country. Ocn city and report having had a she is president, ther
dte is 72 degrees and the average upon lasts like Mens Shoes. SECU vo F M HER ate Veterans. was a memnior of Con- .Mrs. D. antill got a wire from Gulf- very nice ;me. for doubt in the minds
MlIimum 56 degrees. pany C. Fifth Florida regaient, which port Tuesday saying that her daugh- Sidney Dai.-. of Pensacola. is the know her.
* *" with plenty of style, ample HUSBAND, AND THE LATTER served under Capt. C. A. fryan in ier-in-law, Mrs. C. C. liautil. who lives guest again at the Harris boarding The Country club a
S. Kingman. of Valdosta, Ga. Virginia during ithe war of the Con- at that place, was at the point*of house. club are recently forme
Was among the business visitors to room, and above all. Good PAID A LARGE SUM TO HER- federacy. Mr. Wiggins wounded death. XMrs. D. Bantil left by the first ----- -- but they both have a
the -yesterday who registered at Wearing Qualities. at Gettysburg, and cam. home for train. I i irship and are in a ve
te reiter at hearing ualtie. SHE INTENDS MAKING PENSA- a while on a furlough, but returned Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Brown moved to condition. These Clu
* 1l TO $3.50 PAIR. COLA HER FUTURE HOME. later to Richmond, where he was de- Pensacola Tuesday. were formed more for
E. M. L essoms. of Bonifay. was in 1. O P COLA ER FUTURE tailed to hospital service, the still un- Mr. and Mrs. Walden. from MAariT enjoyment than for mo
the city yesterday on a short business healed condition of his w3und making anna, have moved Into the house late- pose. but. a "all wor
lt. lever and intensely interest activng-service impossible. Here he ly oceupie by the Millers. who have a akes Jack a dull bo
SClever and intensely interesting remained until the end of the war. gone to live In Freeport. needed niche in the so
Telegrams ryclved yesterday from Mrs. Alice Shear, who has probably Though he was, born in Wakulla 1 ICty.
. R Pitt, who has been Ill inNeva- SHOEachieved more innocent notoriety than county, Tallahassee has aimedd Mr. U- U H R CLUB i .
sacol Satur d .atrn Pen. Feet Furnishers For Folks manhood. Here. with the xception MUSCOGEE C RAN
Ssacola again, having arrived from Den- of the four years spent in the de- CROMAN
Nine ctaes were docketed for trial 102 South Palafox Street. ver, Colo., where she recently figured tense of his country, he has been em- t The Venerable Tallahassee e- -
i the recorder's court yesterday in the sensational divorce proceedings pVdoyed In peaceful mercantile pur- Special to The Journal.
morning. Four defendants were dis- instituted against her husband Her-suits leading an upright blameless Muscogee, Nov. 5.-Dr and Mrs. A. Iprov ent Associatio Croma. .
charged and one case was continued. bert Shear, who is alleged to have life among a host of warm, personal j. Johnson returned home Tuesday af
PIAes to the amount of $16 were as- placed her in the East Mississippi friends. His name was a synonym ter a pleasant visit to points of in present some facts and
sessedw Insane Asylum at Meridian in the year for umimpeac'ed integrity. The high- terest in the north. Improving Parks. ing our right for an
* nsane AyI LLa 190. Peat qualities of a noble manhood Mrs. G. Boifay and little son. from congress for dee
Tom Carter was fled $5 and costs Here the little woman was forced found expression inhis odst an Edward have been spending the last at the entrance of St.
by Border Johnson yesterday for to remain in her unpleasant surround- unassuming life. ad i few days visiting relatives at Roberts. Special to ournal.
e ng a a diR game. ings until June, 1907. After reuper- to be emulated by all who value Alisses Sophia" Lang, Annie Kate Tallahassee, Nov. 5.-Fi st on the Florida:
D 0 eating for a year she started for Den- sincerity in friendship, uieiy "i Barrow and Sophia'Barrow were visit- list of Tallahassee Clubs comes te The German-America
Henry Davison, charged with ridlsn ver. Col.. where her husband, a purpose and performance, and chari- ors to Pensacola Saturday and Sun- mother of them all-the venerable pay, of Millive, Wa
a bicycle on the sidewalk was fined wealthy mine owner and lumberman, tableness in word and deed. day. ,Tallahassee Improvement association. I ty, manufacturers of lu
$2 and costs in the recorder's court ad made his home and, discovering A delegate from Camp Lamar. Mr. P. K. Youge and Mr. George Lurton, ilis association was organized (porters of same, who
yesterday morning. l conditions which were said to be Wiggins was present at the reunion of Pensacola. were visitors to Musco-, nearly twenty years ago, and has done!put for export amount
l lH C lOCKl "* detrimental to the character both of at Tampa only a few weeks ago. He gee Wednesday. Mr. Lurton was out ale work in the improvement of san-'feet, and who payor
Edward Fitzgerald, of Tallahassee.H I1[ her husband aid also that of one Jen- was in his usual health, in fine spir- taking views of Muscogeo. itary conditions in the community, sme to Pensacola (at
*Spervisor of state convicts. is In t7e 1nie Shear, a cousin, secured a divorce its. and enjoyed himself immenselyy Mrs. John Mullins. of Anniston. a.d in instituting and carrying out dred miles) for shippin
city on one of his regular trips of in- wi4h a suitable settlement. -Mrs. But soon after returning home 'ie suec Ala., who has been visiting with rela- plans for the beautifying of the city, Sale-Davie Mill compa
Apection of tho convict camps In this Shear, according to an understanding cumbed to an acute attack of Brights fives here has returned home on ac- in huilling up of streets and parks. port, same county, who
county. made previous to the granting of the disease, from which he died early count of the illness of her son. These last are now the special care of put for export amounts
SBoard of Canvassers to Meet decree was to have accompanied her Tuesday morning. His wife's death Rev. Roberts spent several days in the T. I. A. eet. and the cost for ge
ASK THE GROCER. son to:his home in Canada. Influence, occurred some years ago but two Muscogee this week. Rev. Glenn, oumr A chain of small parks, beginning to Pensacola for shippli
If rae has any better vanilla or lem- in Office of Judge Bel- however, according to report, was daughters survive him, and mourn the presiding elder, conducted services in with the "Green," as the park in front $32,000 annually; total
en than Blue Ribbon. We know he brought to bear with the result that loss of a tender, devoted father, the church WVednesday night. of the late Mrs. C. B. Lewis s resi- Jant industries Is $80
will say there is none better. linger, the son finally returned alone, leaving The funeral service was held at John Daniel, the little son of Mr. dence is affectionately called by all By deepening the pass
his mother to find peace and refuge Trinity Methodist church. at 10 and Mrs. John Bell, who has been ill the older inhabitants of Tallahassee, ing vessels could come
among her lifetime Florida friends. o'clock Wednesday morning, and was for some time .is very much better, who. in their retrospect e moments bor and load, that am
SThe story of the unfortunate woman attended by a large number of citl- Mrs: Mosley has returned home after see it peopled with May queens and could be sated for e
THE BOARD IS COMPOSED OF THE is one of heart interest to every zens. His old comrades, too, gather- a visit to friends in Alabama. their courts, and fairy queens and deveteploi the surrou
COUNTY JUDGE, CHAIRMAN mother in the state of Piorida-this ed from far and near to do him hon- A dance will be given in the Mus- their attendant slaves and fairies, adjacent to St. Andre
MFNlittle wisp of a being who has gone or. The service wis impressively cogee .hall Priday night, Nov. 6. runs from end to end :f McCarty giving employment to h
MERRITT OF THE COUNTY COM- through a world or woe and misery conducted by Dr. J. B. Pruitt. of the Mr. and Mrs. Kit Jennings were street, now known as Park avenue. orers constantly.
M OTI MISSIONERS AND REGISTRA. whidh when all is considered, has left Baptist church, and Rev. I. S. Patter- visitors to Gonzalez Wednesday. Next comes "Bloxha" park, named The naval stores in
which is :piquant and gill of interest cola Tuesday. erously supported by regular contri- as it amounts to a t
At 10 o'clock this morning the for the world in general. TURNER HEMPHILL One of the most pleasant parties of butions from him; ten Leo" park, 000 barrels a all, a
.---- Board of Canvassers will meet in the She Is interesting. BURIED AqT MILTT the season was given Saturday night, in front of the hotel of that name; on same to get it to
office of the county jude and proceed She has been able to ortlive the F.A a IJLaJ.. by Misses Vivian and Katie Parker. at the park in front of Trinity Methodist shipping to market a
Only One Republican Voted to canvass the returns of the general horrors of conditions which must have -- The Journal. their home. The house was prettily church; "Cherokee" just on the brow t like $15,000 to
election of Tuesday, certifyinlg the re- sapped the very life blood of a moth- Milton, la.,Nov. 5.-Te remains umkinsdeorated with evergreens, peppers, of the hill sloping westward, and y. Th could be sav
Tuesday at Prenct suit to the secretary of tate, that her's heart-and her story has made of'lTurner Hemphill arrived here pumpkins wereand Japanese lanters. The "'DuTval." at the foot of the ame ilL ducer, or at least a co
esday at Prcm t commissions may issue to those de- her a conspicuous figure throughout las L. Trner Hemp ai -ve laere guests weTe met at the gate by two This chain of parks lies along the of it, ifeour pass was
cared to ns maye bee elected the entia conre state of Florida. last night from Tampa A very large ghosts while other ghosts and Jack-a- center of Park avenue, wch, a few mit of ocean-going e
NO. The cnvassig board is composed Was Robbed of Son number of sympathetic friends met lanterns seemed to come from all years ago, was an ugly, dirty street, loj ear the producer
No. 33. The canvassing board is comos Robbed acrd to Mrs. the remains and the sisters, Misses dark corners of the yard and house 200 feet wide and filled with roots direct to the make
of Judge Henry Bellintger, Cmhairman inthe year 1900, according to Mrs. Ida, Sallie and Nellie, who accompan- The old witch with her broomstick and gullies. The difference between It pears that the a
Uerrittt of the county comnin'asioners. Shear, she suffered from an attack of d Un.The brother, Walter Hem- seeded to be everywhere, so quickly the nowt ate
.No.,. ,3NMPP aS,4B*4 tt' s, 8_ur or Of Rgistration Goes. brain fever.J. 1 41 %,M,, :,, ,, ev-rwuere, o mc boy tno
was ea from yeer of the returns e te city rg te attack. her son Herbert ph also Jted th -rm one ronom b y ape ed y b the I- ty resonate
was heardfromyesterdayaftyesterday afternoon, and the board the only hild, was removed to Canada Masons took charge of te rauneral to another. Numerous games of for- habitat of ten years ago. propriation to deepen
D oanditicnbyeadlargesst majitya t arrangements. and the funeral cere- tune telling were tried and the young Mr. Geo
mad it is needless to say that It went will open the boxes this morning and by the father, whose business interests nrony was held In the Presbyterian folk- were ket i ed and the young Mr. George Lewis, w'o has had the pails to St. Andi
Democratic by a large majority. The commence the work of tabulating the made it necessary for him to spend rh. Dr. hri offiiating. The laughter The a constant eal many year te Green or ood to tilt one of the
vote received by the tour legislative vote. It is expected that this will be much of his time in the north. When wruTnterred In the family caughte .d The oldun tch. from e many yTar., and for te io harbor the Glr of
candidates is as follows: completed within two or three hours, the period of convalescence arrived, plotin Milton beside the wife, who L ter punch was served by her from at least, for th coinr yr With one ralrnd n
"Stokes 31, ggins 32,J^ Biham 1when it will be known what vote the little another naturally began plot in Milton n, sier punch was served by her from at least, it will be under the super- to the bay, and two m.
Stokes 31 Wigg 32 Bingam 1, ch candidate actually received yearning for her missing child. beganpreceded him less than two years ago. the "The Mystic Spring." Delicious vision of that organization struction, to be here i
Pollock 1 ca date actually evedShe became rning for anc at her loss-re- Two sons. two and there years of refreshments were served In the din- The association has on hand other ture, it looks as though
It was stated yesterday afternoon She became frantic at her loss-re- age, respectively, survive.
It was stated yesterday afternoon ehFIl T BOPEN jMEETING ports as to her mental condition were age. respectively. survive. ing room. About twelve o' that precinct No. 24, Palmetto Beach. FIRST OPEN nMEETING ally sent to the hsbln in the far Mrs. Frank Boghich Mr.George guests departed after spending a very city which are being brought up to a an e effort for t
ha gen nha and Wns about OF MUSIC CLUB north, with the rehusband in ult ha sh was rtis. and is Robi Curtis, o pleasant evening. high standard of excellence, and which with Alabama and Ge
-ha. given Binghbaq and WIggins about OF MUSIC CLUB north, with the result that she was Pen.sacola. were here to attend the fut- are a cre
24 each, Stokes and Pollock receiving confined in an asvlum for the insane esacola wr here attend th f are a credit and an ornament to the men, work as a unit. w
a smaller vote. spcncial to The Journal. at Meridian asy for the insane neral of L. T. Hemphill. town of Tallahassee. n two of these, of vast benefit to the
a smaller vote. Npftial t Tror Jo.rnas, at Meridian. S. M. Bloss. manager of the Stearn JacksonS
Tallh see. Nov. th.-Tlhe first She remained there for even ars. & Cilver lumber Compay, has re- BEULAH.ta Suare d sqare, states.
The winning candidate in "o ein of the Tallahassee when, through a combination of cir- turedhf t-nsab fr i e s I.r nve ven
S e in club was held Thursday even- esanes. was released. turned from a businesstriphnc,- t. --th yo une ..- a
the s moke line is the El Pro- ing at the College chapel. uponher arivalMis.s Mlaggie Johnson, who isX' -_01_ neithbohodn leron to mesti
viso Cigar. Sold for c at In spite of the steady rain wickt Junep she at oce bean a k tending Palmer college at DeFunia:. el elas to 'rho ournaL. tennis an& croquet courts. StiasO
had fallen nearly all day. quite a n June, she at oe began a plucky spent Sunday with her parents. t'. Beulah. Nov. 5.-This section was Muchof'
Imp al Cigar Stores ber of townspeople were out to attend ht for rights r-ein y her. ;an Mrs. E. Johnson. visited by a good rain Monday night claion is due to the enthusiastic n-
---- of these monPthly meetings, and the ion Pollard Wednda to attend the ti- The election paused off 4letly a Mrs. A. L. Randolph. Fortunately Samson, Ala., Nov. e
El fr Co a following program was presented by sel rtionagly and vy effectively re-n ral of IA T. Hemuthill. it always does at this precinct. No their constitution does not provide Sapp. of Bonifay, was a
CleCtrical Ont CtO the members of the club. After having been siccessftl in lr Mrs. McGuire ah daughter, M. fights or disturbances of any kind. against an officer succeeding her.lf, or here Monday.
Vol -Fo r-lmeaf lover .......... undertaking into which lents Haskel.' of Pensacola. are guests >f Joel Malone has bought a cane and Mrs. Randolph has occupied her J. J. Morris is attend
Electrical xita desk lilhts, Voicr-Violets ... .............. .single-handed and alone he returns Mrs. M. E. Hodgkins. mill and will soon have it in opera- position in the association for many Geneva this week.
telephone ObracktA, Re. Ms.haries C to Florida, ma her natieate en -^ tion. He has a large piece of flune years, greatly to the public, good. T.e Mr. and Mrs. .I. B.
NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE Flute solo- enetian Barcarole. o ein to make r nen- cane of his own to make up, and will next general meeting will be held visitors to Elba this w
?4O CONTRACT TOO SMALLA .. ............ ... .r........ortini home in this m-ity. permanent .e NI probably make syrup for outside par- sometimee this month. Rev. J. S. Kilpatrick
MeH CONTRACT TOO SMAL D. Shine. ,o h u r The Tallahassee Literary club is a visit to Bonifay last
S W 'PEAKE Piano---'alzing Dell .... ... Polini King Hurst, who has been visiting next in age. Thik organization of Mrs. J. J. Morris is
E. PEAKE. Miss lardaway. relatives here, has returned to his women has gone on ear after year wk with relatives in
Phones 345 and 956. Violin Duet--Serenada .......Eban FI STSpecial to The JournaL Tbome in Mississippi. without any diminution of interest It is with uch rege t
Misse Rn dolphar n dMi-...... Ffthusual dum ie nuontion in^ret It i. w areguar r, Ren-r
Mi- ss Randolph and .1.^ Saxca. D u iak S hJovra. 5t rs. Rn of near the city. has re- and is about to begin again, after the the serious illness of
Reundelay ..-.......... Randiger harpe lef f Pet k' wiy, rn ater i f cayr theoo
Mrhis Clint'. .. wUinrs. (7. V. 11Donald has nieed proud parents of a fine boy. born the eoer-delightftl. ever-new subject Prof. J. J. Jones is
ioli............roni the east side to te Gillette ot Monday morning. Nov. of Shakespeare-Shakesp.are, the. in- trip too Florida this wee
Club. stage on Live Oak Avenue and Mur.- James Sfowden o-ame homt exhaustible, the immortal. b Fhe little totst enjoycod
The club is divided in"o four se- Mr. Ge. Abernat o with her family, returning to Quin-h-ld at th, resident,-of Mr. and Mrs. G. Page lat Friday.

wonvder the direction of a o itt Cuban Consul Vidal Received ri dn d aN J'ed in eiea of Peaol 1 n tra e f aure of the pro- ette on the s trets again
monthly concert. The committee on Telegram Last Night ngiat tohe Csauu qua nheod ri She was the tet oef h dday.t i wlet pein ares o an pai
the present omession was composed l'. .n.. Mrs. S..A. Garrett. over uda.. The- Kin rt D',.g- c tii, ., but we are sorry to sa.

of ladies Mrs. A. Randolph and .r. I q.....Rev. Wi. Garrett anha our pastor.eri-a 'i- s.-.r o -e--er poe o
Stwo ladie .ho, o and Announcing Death. day from fright a heautomobil but R pson. of Musco were of tin he
Mrs. John DoGk. who. in spite or the Jorn H.o ftre' b)#
many difficulties which seem always.I twas stoplped before any d age the guests of Mrs. S. A Garrett for work halo been carried on with a in town ext Tuesday.'
to beset tCae firt steps of an organiza- Kairlin. of P dinner Sunday. d iaN te of the chlren and the
tonpresenteda program which met V. Vidal, conl at Pesaola for Wadsworth. of Forala and Mr. iller. at the M. regular fir-t Snde s.ll eing ed all difficulties, and placed the or- t
with enthusiastic and sincere ap- the Cuban government, last night re- of Milligan. were among the 1itora ed Serviceshurch were conducted by e ganization upon a substantial asi. Quite a lot of ause
Splause. ceived a telegram notifying aim of thet -"etheahTo md.c The Silver Cros -yositae sta a ed in the northern part
The chorm., under the- direction of death of Estrada Palima, the first pres- .Miss Bu hanan. who ha. bee staY- Thompson, assisted by R'\. larrett. a monument to the nohle women whe Sunday when Mesr.
Miss Sarah Cline. with Miss Martha ident of the Cuban republic. which oc- Miss Buchanan. who lia wbee'sta They also preached at t:-o state con- ha, labored o lon and so earnest- Downs were passing

faithfully during the .bort period al- nesday. o tf ria A.tJ. Busby i- trogresive when it ong their lles fortunat fellow-be- frightened a mule wh
S lowed t em. with exceedingly credita- The Cuban flag at the office of the Went to Bonlfay Friday to nutrssoml comes to getting up-to-dare farm into a be g oalu led i
will be in order-you'll bl# results local consul will be at half mast in sick people. tools. He has just bought and started h s.
congratulate yourself- They hope to give at th next con- honor of the former president. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rers ared a nw di ri plow popular T'gher ar.anii. now for
Scert a rendering of "The T1.l oCitv. *home from Minnesota last wek, but make, and it does nice work with two a bazaar to bie held on Tuesday, No- alacrity, leaving ".baaam
when you have selected rt renderig of "The t t.' NOY had to stay over in ('hicago, o:ing to light horses. We need more up-to- ,.nmber 10, at the o!d armory build- the vehicle, wbch he
when you have selected It is at the monthly meetings that NORTHUP AND MAYS the ill health of the former.' date tools and more up-to-dae farm- ing. sae MrMeUi
your suit or overcoat the regular business of the club Is CLOSE IN LIBERTY r. a ra the in tis or The next station etab ed aa t infur
transacted, and it is to them that a OSE IN LIBERTY Mr. an r.Fitzgraldw the ers In this country.g he ifo
from our Fall woolens. cltus in one of the bylaws refers first of our winter tourist's t come Mr. Cobb has picked a tle over here was the oans lub. This
it es tha frsciaNtohe Journal. here this year. They arrived ieday two bales of cotton from th-ee a-res. zanization has had a rapid rowt, and rested for traveling th
For beauty depend- when it states tat an absence from Bristol, Fla-, Nov. 5.-The election from Mount Pleasant. Iowa. which was planted rather late as ae its sphere of operation and usefulness ay with sch & monte
S, three consecutive meeting will re- passed off quietly. only about 60 per Miss Aitha Thompson returid from bought a farm near here a-d moved ifs constantlyy broadening. The mem it
ability and economy sult in droning the members name cent. of the qualified electors voting. her trip in the north last weel from Alabama and did -ot get onto. I hr- are interested in civic improve-' -
these fabrics are with- afromr theroll Te wer eatinse Democrats seem to have scratched Rev. Dr. Thomas fell on t stairs the land until some time in March. aenti, tin matters of chari and elu- DESTI
these fabrics are ith- are for those member wo take art their tickets on presidential electors at his residence last week *d hurt cation, of good morals a ga good citai
out equal. in the chnors work. Absence from land for member of congress to an ex- his hip so badly that he has ten con- s- --. zenship-in fact, along all lines of --'s -=
the-e me-tings means the nayment of tent never heard of before in tais, flned to his bed. progressive, clean and healthful Iv.
Suits and Overcoats a fine of ten cents. tardiness, five Liberty. county. iast Friday night the so given )HARRIS ing. They are contantly on the alert Dest .-
T cents. The returns are sealed and there is by the Ladies Aid of the iTacopal to institute o eaid in carrying ng W. oMvl.r N i-
e tA.U- no chance to get up anything like c'- ichlurch was a great success every .. out needed reforms, and deserve th ya -g W.oo
Tailored to Taste. LARGF rA 'T 0 i rect figures at this writing, though it I way. The proceeds went toa-ds the Spec to .Toural. hearty support of the enrivre t a- a
$20 TO $50 BLUE FISH MADE is known that the vote of Mr. Mays expenses of The chareh. Harris, Nov. .-Mrs. Belle Wright tion in whose welfare they are so sin- hatcee Bay, died at th
and that of his opponent are very Saturday afternoon, their was a and daughter returned from Garnier's' cerely intereted. as, L D. Woodward
One of the big catches of bluefish close. baseball game between Paz er o1- ad Mary Esther Wednesday on the This club will meet next Thursday d, at 1:10 l.
to be made this sewon was that of All county offtcers on the primary lege and a scratch team, up in a launch Bens. the 12th inst., at 3 o'clock in the at-
Sthe small gasoline boat Two Sister tcket are elected hurry, of DeFWnialh beys, in ;ich th u Mrs. Mary Swirson, of Louisiana, ternoon, at the Odd Fellows' hall. A t of old i
I ghII waoyesterday. The ve-- el which i-; News from River Junction leads a4 former were victorious. daughter of Mrs. M. Condon. and her There will be the annual election of
About 5 feet in length. w,-et into the to the conclus-ion that Mr. Miys has Rev. J. T. mIoads, fro! Texas. six children, are expected to arrive offik-rs. and several addresses of mere tie up neat b
A. -I wharf of Saunders & C.-.. yesterday probably been defeated there. preached at the Baptist crch last here today or tomorrow, than ordinary interest.
9-WR ksi-iu^^--n afternoon and disbarred a car-e, of Sunaday. Rev. Hall. from ensacoia, Miss Wuth Reddick affords much fun The state convention of the Feder- a c a bunle, a1
6, poun_,_t ,f The fis-h. Subscribe fpr The Jour.mi lpreac-ed at the Universrali.-church. and gives all a chance to sweeten up nationn of Clubs wll meet m live Oakna OfiCC.

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Sto the illness
har-lcs H. Ru:-
he Federation.
id, "tnsequent.
)n Mrs. T. 31.
president, to
the presiding.
ckleford is ca-
with credit to
club, of which
e ie. no room"
of those who
nd ihe Music
d associations.
large member-
ry nourishing
bs. of course.
re. ciation and
re serious pur-
k andl no play
y." they fill a
cial life of the


-Herewiti l
Figures maotl-
cning the pass
Andrews bay,
n Mill con-
ihingtoa conma
number ant erx
e annual out-
i to 14,.00,000
lightering tho
bout one hun-
g, $41,090; the
ny, of South-
me annual out-
i to 16,000,000
tinag the same
Ug amount" to
for the two In-
.000 auammlly.
so ocean go-
into our har-
>unt of capital
circulation and
ading country
)ws Bay, thus
hundreds at la-
dustry around
S28,.000 to 30.-
md the freight
Pensacola for
aMnts to some-
116,000 annual-
ed to the pro-
nstlerable part
eepened to ad-
els, that could
r a&i carry it
annual products
d plants would
CoUfltuqis a)-
mad kee open
ws Bay, so as
est land-locked
low completed
ore under con-
n the near fitu-
I our congres--
it to put forth
he aame, r.n.l
irgia congress-
'hich would be
people both

.-Rev. Wm.
business visit-
ding court at
Pinkhard are
returned from
spending the
' we chronicle
Mrs\. Thomas
of Slocumb, Ii
on a business
I a very pleas-
mue of Mrs. T.
r. 1L. S. Leveir-
Safter a long
f very quietly,
y that several

show will he
o10 the delight
negro l)opula-
ent wascrea-
t of town last
MecAnulty and
through in ad
of the her-n
h was hitched
by a farmer,
gy with great
a" to demolish
did in great
offered to pay
Lted farmer re-
have ham ar-
e public high.

-to Mr. ad
ov. 1st, a an.
dard, the wenl
of Choctaw.
e home of hia
here on Nov.

undies for
t TheJour.

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It is Neither
Dead Nor Dying.
Wil tae democratic party survive
this last detesat, is the question on all
sides now. Why not? It was candi-
dates, not principles, that went down
before superior numbers la't Tuesday
amd the principles themselves are vital now as ever. ,
Hearst and Chala both predict the
death of the party, but with them the
wish I. -father to the prophecy and
democrats will not take their cue
from their worst enemies. Heavily
reduced rephblica minorities In nor-
mally republ states like lowa and
Indiana and the fact that the republi-
can party itself is merely following
thd lead of Mr. Bryan in its war on the
trusts are not the signs of democratic
decadence. And whem the full returns
from Tuesday's election are in, corn-
parlsons made, votes analysed, ceases
more definitely known and we can all
calmly review the situation treed from
the depression of defeat ca one aide
sad the elation of victory on the oth-
er-we do not doubt that it will be
discovered that the democratic party
has emerged from the conflict wth
unimpaired vitality and has materially
gained in strength nearly all along tCe
The principles of Williamn J. Bryan
are working like leaven in the mass,
and while t was =o much to hope
that they bad leavened the whole
mass and would triumph last ITesday,
it is illdgical to the point of absurdi-
ty to claim that they have been re-
pudiated and destroyed forever in the
tact of that vote.
The Shreveport, La., Times in dis-
eussing this question recalls some his-
torical facts that should cheer the
faint-hearted and put a period to all
this sniveling among democrats about
the deata of the democratic party.
the Times says:
"But what of the Democratic party?
Can it stand any more defeats? The
best answer to these questions is that
there are men living today who voted
for Buchanan over fifty years ago,
and who lived nearly thirty years
without seeing another democrat in
the white beuse. Yet they continue to
vote the democratic ticket because
they believed in the ultimate triumph
of democratic principles. Not four
successive defeats. not even seven suc-
cessive defeats wrecked the democrat-
ic party. And surely them was less
of promise in some of those years
for the success of the party than
there is today. At times there was
not even the faintest sign of a rain-
bow of hope in te political skies. On
the contrary the pall of sectionalism
hung heavy over the country. The
democratic party has outlived that
period and it will survive when Mr.
Chafn and Mr. Hearst are no more."
The people of Jacksonville are raib-
tag a fund for the family of an old
negro man who was recently shot to
death In that city by a negro who
was attempting a criminal assault
upon a lady and who was diverted
from hiH purpose by the efforts of
the old man. In a cause like that con-
tributions should Indeed come in

Common Sense
and Duty In One.
Now that the election is over, let all
Penaacollans rally on the platform of
"pull together for Pensacol"a. There
baa been too little of such practice In
the past.
The com ounities that progress are
the ones that bury local differences
when it comesto the relation between
the home town and the rest of the
Let this be the' slogan of every Pen-
sacollan: "If It's good for Pensacola,
count me in."
Right at hand is an excellent oppor-
tunity to begin applying this slogan as
a rule. In a few days, the Gulf Coast
Inland Waterway Amssocaton will
hold its convention at Columbus, Ga.
Briefly stated, the project, as it es-
pecially affects Pensacola. means tn-
land water communication across Per-
dido country with Mobile and te
whole inland country traversed by
rivers that center in Mobile bay.
Pensacola would profit by the pro-
posed waterway more than any other
city or town on the route. Pensacola,

therefore, should stand before the Co-
umdibus convention as emphatically in
favor of both the project and the as-
sociation that is striving to carry the
plan to completion. The best way to
take this position In the eyes of the
convention is by enabling the local
dele on to report a strong local
The treasurer reports about 65
members in Pensacola. There should
be several times that many. and The
Journal hopes that the next few day-s
will record a large increase in mem-
We want this inland waterway be-
cause Pensacola needs it. But we
won't get it unless we "hustle" for
it, and for Penacola not to take the
lead In the movement means a black
eye for the project and a black eye for

Mr. Roosevelt has Imased his procla-
mation calling paon us all to be
thankful on Thursday, the 26th of this
month, for the blessings we enjoy, and
In the course of ais extended remarks
on the subject says that nowhere else
on earth is "the average of Individual
comfort so h~h as in our favored
land." This may be true of the bru-
tal majority that got in its work last
Tuesday, but we have reason to be-
lieve that the average of individual
comfort among the stricken democrats
of this country is not notably high
just now. Certainly they got no com-
fort from the recent election returns.
Now that the elections l over, it
the -price of cotton goes up we may
be able to see some connection be-
tween the triumph of the republican
party and the return of prosperity;
*but if it declines to yield and stub-
bornly stoys where it sl we shall con-
tinue to suspect that the law of sup-
ply and demand still holds the staple
within its jurisdiction, and doesn't
care a continental who won, Taft or
Bryan. If, however, the next republi-
can congress repeals the law of sup-
ply and demand of course things may
be different.

Jacksonville has invited President-
elect Taft to visit that city next April,
as the guest of the city during the
session of the Prosperity Congrest
called to meet there then. Just about
that time the new president will be
perspiring and perhaps imprecating
under the pressure of a horde of of-
fice seekers trying to work him for
jobs and he would doubtless like to es-
cape them by a trip to Jacksonville.
But he can't dodge his responsibilities
and must stay at the pie counter and
attend to business.

Mr. Foraker is doing some intense
thinking these days while the ac-
claims of the multitude for Taft are
splitting the crisp Ohio atmosphere,
but we doubt if his thoughts would
look well in print. Now is an ele-
gant time for Mr. Foraker to join the
democratic party, but we could only
take him in on probation and after he
had deodorized himself thoroughly of
that very bad Brownsville smell bhe
has been carrying around in his
clothes for quite a spell.
The presidential election being over
with Taft the winner, now let capital
keep its word, turn itself loose, start
up all the industrial plants, give em-
ployment to all thp unemployed and
nake the country generally prosper-
ous. It promised all these things
aMd the defeated minority will settle
down into good natured acquiescence
in the result last Tuesday if the prom-
iab is kept.

There were mine candidates for vice-
president of the United States last
Tuesday, but precious few of us coul'I
call all their names. They were Mad-
dox. Coffin, Kern, Mmnro, Williams,
Sherman, Graves, Hanford and Wat-

The democratic doctrine of the guar-
antee of bank deposits didn't secure a
sufficient following last Tuesday to
change the result, but that doctrine
in some form or other is here to stay
until it has been crystalized into law.
It is no democratic "heresy" and its


appealing power reaches to an men
of all parties who have money to put
in bank. A republican congress winl
utilize the idea in some way.
We need more democrats in this
country. The disaster of Tuesday
proves that much at least without any
room for debate.
Cabinet-making for' President-elect
Taft is the next job that confronts
the press and politicians of the coun-
try. It is nice, light, easy work and
arms no one.

General Luke Wright is now better
leased with himself than "ever for
making those speeches for Taft. He
can count with certainty on his pres-
ent job, "or something equally as
good" under the next administration.

NNither Clay nor Webs:er ever got
to be president, although they both
persistently sought the honor. The
presidency would have added nothing
to the fame of either. Same; way with

What of the three proposed amend-
ments to the state constitution? WVe
fear the worst but shall hope for the
best until the returns from the various
counties in Florida make their leis-
urely way to the front.
The Boston Herald has abandoned
its comic Sunday supplement in dis-
gstas a travesty on art. humor and
journalism without one redeeming
trait in it. The Pensacola Journal has
done even better than this-it never '
had one.

Powell's bright little St. Petersburg
Independent was one year old last
Tuesday, and he is satisfied wit-. his
venture and says the paper is a fix-
ture. Here'" hoping for many more
anniversaries, with increasing profit
all along.


Mindful of the seven million dem-
ocrats, or thereabouts, who voted for
Bryan last Tuesday, the democratic
party might well answer the talWf
about its death in the language of

Mark Twain, "Reports of my d eath
greatly exaggerated."

The whole country is awaiting
with interest an expression from Mr.
Bryan on the election last Tuesday,
and an analysis of the result. The
time will never come when the Ameri-
can people will not give close heed
to anything that he says.

* John Temple Graves has the unique
distinction of being the only hired
man on a newspaper ever assigned by
the editor to the job of running for
vice-president of the United States.
John covered the assignment all right.
made a nice, ladylike campaign, and
will now go back to his regular stunt
of decorative high art in phrase-mak-
Ing on Mr. Hearst's newspaper. When
he turned his back on the democratic
party we might have known that it
was all up with Bryan.
The Orlando Reporter-Star sizes up
four noted Georgians 14 this fashion:
-Two of Georgia's greatest men,
Henry Grady and Joel Chandler Har-
ris, are dead but will ever live. Two
cf the might have been, Tom Watson
and John Temple Graves, might as
well be dead and will remain so.
Tom and John are simply pegs in
the wrong holes. Neither has any
business in practical politics but both
have made' good reputations in the
field of letters and there is where they


The exigencies of presidential cam-
paigns in this country demand of the
great American editor that he shall
predict with entire confidence on the
day before election and calmly explain
with equal confidence on the day after
why it didn't conic his way. He rises
nobly and with unruffled serenity to
both occasions, and just now on the
democratic side of the house he is
furnishing such prodigious quantities
of convincing arguments and fascinat
ing explanations that we stand amazed
at the criminal perverseness and ap
palling stupidity, to say nothing of
the bad taste, of the majority of the
American electorate as shown in the
work of last Tuesday. You can't
down the great American editor, e'tpe
cially if he's a democrat. He would
emerge from a cataclysm and with
noble composure write a leading ar
ticle making it perfectly consistent
with his anti-cataclysm predictions.

" W-S -

state ews and topics and receive it For various reasons the war dert- rcala Banner.
Son th day of publication, too.-Jack- ment wishes to keen itb troops w;h Ocala Banner.
sonvilt Times-Union. in easy reach of thb i land of Cuba.
B- i Mn and on account ef the close conne-
Pecan Big Money Crop. tions and the short time ef travel We enjoyed a very pleasant visit
t Pac culture is no longer an ex- from Miami to Havana it is rpasnn- IFriday afternoon from Mr. B. E. Me-
perim4t in Suwanee county. That h'e to believe that this city will be j Lin, secretary of agriculture, and who
the ni can be grown her- to perfec- selected as a temporary camping is at tCie head of the prison system


smeciaI to The Joumra.
Signal. 0., Oct. 28.-The weather
bureau called off the long "strike" on
the 23rd and 24th inst., when precipi-
tation was resumed to lay the dust,
extinguish fires, revive our spirits and
soothe the nerves of thousands who
were in peril before the rain.
Nearly 40 Ohio counties had gone
entirely "dry" but we discredit the
rumor that wells were turning to vol-
canoes from spontaneous combustion:
Springs were found to be -o dry in
wagons, that their tongues were hang-
ing out!
It was with some diSculty that
Nicholas Longworth obtained suffi-
cient water to drink while delivering
an endless speech in the opera house
at Lisbon the night before the rain.
Mr. Bryan attempted to orate from
his car at East Liverpool the previous
day-but .he cheering crowd of multi-
plied thousands would not be quelled
so that his voice could be heard.
With the abundant supply of presi-
dential timber which Uncle Sam has








When ft gets here you want your dining room to be furnished befitting the fine Turkey Dinner that
0ou will have.
See our Golden Oak Extension Dining Tables at $12.50 to $25.00, mnnive in appearance and bemi-
.il1y finished.
i Sideboards with great big beveled plate mirror, swelled front, lined drawers for silver, rooy b et
pace, piano polish finish, for $25 to $50. Others for as. little as $15 and $18.
The new designs in dining chairs, leather upholstered, heavy andvery handsome for S50 to W.

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now in the political field. we may con- tion has been demonstrated by actual place for the soldiers.-Miami News- 0
fidently hope that a. e& od "stick" experience. The trees grow and Record. 4
will be selected for the mew mast ot thrive and live to a very old age and
our good qid Bip of stals." are a sure crop. More pecans have Find Out in Advance.
The borestof our uncertain fi- been marketed here this year than How many democratic voters of s
ture denotes great danger of ship- ever before, and the price bias kept up Madison county are prepared to go t
wreck on the omcks of bad citienbship. remarkably welL The forty-acre into the booth next Tuesday and pick
Our vital concern should be the seedling grove of Mr. J. T. Carroll, out from the long list of names the r
elimination of beman taitors, and just north of the city, is just coming five democratic electors? We ventum
staying the tide of intemperance- into full bearing, as is also tde grove the opinion that a very few may be
Lawlessness is terrorizing whole of Mr. C. N. Hildreth. Jr.. a short.dis- able to do it but not enough hardly to
communities, and bribery Is defeating tance west of the city. Mr. Speering count. Of course you want to vote
the rule of the loyal voters in many has a fine budded grove north of the and you want your vote to count for
instances, city, and there are hundreds of small- Bryan and Kern, the democratic candi-
The combinations of millionaires to er groves scattered all over the cour- dates. This being true then it is up
corner the weak, together with the ty. Before many years the pecan to you to familiarize yourself with
cramps of tariff and monopoly of Ila crop in Suwanee county will be a the names of the five gentlemen who
bor'render abnormal conditions of busi- big money crop, and it will be much stand for these candidates. You will
ness and paradoxical inconsistencies easier money than that made on a find the names of these men at the
in the ruling prices of the necessities cotton crop.-Live Oak Democrat. head of the first column on this page.
of life. Cut them out and study tIem. so that
The bandits of night riders have -"A when you go to vote you will make
gone through the preliminary work oft NE no mistake.-Madison Enterprise-Re-
nurning property and punishing their NEWS AND VIEWS border.
enemien0s, and commenced the coldest BY STATE PRESS
blooded murder in Obion county, Ten- Gilchrist Inaugural Ceremonies.
nessec. ,LI The citizens of Tallaha see have al-
Truly, it is becoming dangerous to ready bun to prepare for the inatrg-
entertain good sentiments, or to thin. Two Venerable Voters. ural cerenmonies of Governor Gilchrist
very loud. in this "land of liberty"- In conversation with S. D. Hug- next January. Committees have been
and Guerrillas! gins. supervisor of registration, we appointed, plaus adopted and prom-
In an old copy of the Pittsburg Ga- learn that the olde.-t whit.- nian on i 'S m"adl that the occasion will be
zette. dated June 7. 1849, I find a com- the registration books is E',)ch Hurst', o c plendd in the history of
leal account of the county of Fentress age 97 years, and the old st n ero is tlit- s:ac.--l-cdlson Enterprise-Re-
in Tenne,.see as narrated by a Bostbu Jack Gibson, a;,e i06. }Both like. in cordet
agent who went there to inspect a district 12. Th large tract of land which had been up to today, "',7- registered a.i nd The OC- Banner akes itself re-
flowered up for the market. "Most ot qualified voters. We commend Mr. t ,onsib,] for the statement that Hoke
the county is on the Cumberland Huggins for the many--"r i v.i -lch he Smith is the o-ly man in Georgia who
mountains, elevated 2 to ~3 thousand has handled th- hu .iness of that of- I ,a coitribited'to the national demo-
feet. Much of which would be very rice. and it will h'e ;nlv a -horr time .ra'ic ca'-,'in fund. We had thought
dear at five cents per acre' until everybody will be p:',irly reg- 9 .-o,, of tI,' g-rcat democracy of
"Jamestown. the county seat, on tha istered and will soon ifor':'t tUe "(r:i ;d f the manner is correct
summit, at an elevation of 3,000 feet. changes made i: t h vo'ng district.*. ,he A.\t'-nt:i papers have been printing
contains 53 inhabitants, while the --ULive Oak Denmc.'rat. tall .a-.s in cold figures.-Pen-
whole county may have 1,200 to 2.000. on
who are mainly clad in the coarsest May Start Up in Quincy. Th Oeala Banner said that Hoke
homespun, and subsisting mainly on Some one has us tiat (Ca'ude n, was the onl-y Georgia dime,
the flesh of sheep, hogs and deer- i.'Engle is going over to Quincyv t .at :,: peared in Treasurer Ridder's
the mountaineer carrying his girn on continue his. journalistic ventures. \W e t\ who s ad subscribed one hundred
all occasions. would like to see him win.-Jackson-' (,ollas or over i and so it was. There
"There is not the beginning of a ville Floridian. were two names of Floridians apeare
church in the county-no public were two naes of Floridians apear-
schools. and only one private school. Useless and Ridiculous Law. n \iaidians and tP. A.hose were rthn.- ala
They have preaching in the court Sheriff .Jhn P. Galloway has given n:iams and P. A. gn
house once a month-in which there notice to people who have given L anni .
is not a pane of glass, and which now bonds and onbained licens-s to keep Planting Useful Trees.
seems to he in undisputed possession and carry pi.-tols; that t:aid license if t he present citizens of Florida
of two sows and their litters of pigs! do not give them the right o carry are wis. in their day and generation.
"A rude opening for light in one concealed weapon.-, andI t'hat if l.h-1Yi they will plan for the future of the
side of their log bute is closed by a carry pistols out of siaiht :ley are 's i-.t'.te. in a few years Florida will be
ruder shutter which is fastened by a liable to arrest and iputi.1hment as ta 'eai:;le;t .ate in the Union-the
leaning rail outside. The door is unli-ensed violators of the- lv. Mi-!. ;:arden :pot of the United States. The
generally left open for light and Galloway is ei.ti.,ly right ii th- .uat- secret of this success is not a secret
\be smoke blowing about oM tie tene- ter. It is probable that no mofe uW"- at all; it is simply planting useful
ment makes it disagreeable for a wet less and ridicu-:cus law has he;en trees. The .mills are cutting up the
traveler to get dry. passed by the Florida legi dlau:'e than luiblwr. t!he turpentine iK-ople are de-
"Surrounded by good fuel close to the one relating o pistol licenses. It st roving the forests, and if we allow
their doors, these people probably suf- is not likely that it has deterred any It: destruction to go on without doing
fer more from cold than the variest man from a piol. an- it : nit.hingl o rebuild the forests, in a
poor of our northern cities. -has certainly gihen i many whti hI've f. w years the state of Florida will be
"There are girls ready for marriage obtained liicnses the idea, that they! :. a.rid waste. Plant trees, plant
who never saw a pane of glass. had the ritw t o terrcriz,- their 'in- tl.en in tlie yardF, on the streets, in
"They rarely see a newspaper, and licensed neihlibors. Quite often,. min the country. anywhere and every-
are impressed bF stump harangues; who have be-n arre-trd by the poli- where-e. but. always be sure in planting
but have dib.rnist of 'furriners,' who of the vario'is Florida (.ti;es fr di- ti:> t('ee that you plant something
might usury their rights, dissolve the playing pistols on little or no provoca- that will be of utility in the future.
Unjon or try to steal the slaves which tion have been relas-.'-d w'ilhout piun- I1 is a duty: it is patriotism; it is
they would like to own! isiment because they had tak:'n ouIL wi-de:n: it is commercial foresight
"They r .sist all projects of innova- licenses. There is no liaw 0: tihe -.lacksonville Metropolis.
tion aud improvement. Istatute )oo's so unevenly oewved a --
"It would be impossible for 'people l the one against carrvini c oneealei His Strenuous Reflections.
accustomed to a higher civilization to weapons. It has very -eldo.i pre- V,'hat the reflections were of Mr.
be satisfied with living as these peO- vented any bad man front carrvin-'za Norihwp, thi Repub!ican eamdiddate for
pie do-or to even make as good a pistol and it has often put a oo0i cii- congress in the Third district, when
livelihood here as that with which zen at the mercy of some iuffiai. An hi' le:-trned that Mr. Kehoe had grace-
they seem contented. unarmed man is far safer :n a rough fully nacepted the decision of the
"To live here one should be trained western community, where it is con- .taie supremee court that Mr. Mays
from babyhood to stop a deer at a sidered a breach of etiquette to drawa was the Democratic nominee on the
hunWdred yard%. sighting the rifle at gun on a man who lh.s none. than in race f- 'ht returns and bad taken
the very Instant of raising A, from many a center of civilization, where iprempt measures to have his own
the ground. every one Is supposed to ibe protected inamen removed from the ballot. have
"With all, these people have many by the officers of thie law.-Ocala not been reported. We presume that
virtues--courage, independence, pa- Star th?'y were of to" strenuous a nature
triotism, hospitality and general in- -- to look pretty in print.-Jacksonville
tegrity. Should the country ever be Flowers for the Country Press. o't been reported. We presume that
seriously menaced by invasion, every We count it a very great pleasure Times-i'nion.
c&bin would send forth its deadly to be associated with the editors of re Credi for Frank ark
fle. We do not undervalue them be- the weekly newspapers of the state of More C redit for Frnalhas this ap-
se of differing widely on many Florida, says the Florida Chri.tian ThePcu th
points." Advocate. We were delighted en look- r,L cicti-e l.armgrsv.l about ithe con-
This agent who had gone to Ten- ing over our batch of exchange. laot pressman from this district.'" "Con-
nfssee to view the "cheap lands", ad- week to see the few which carry r'esnsmdan Frank Clark, of this state,
v eda Bostonian who already pos- whisky advertisements. We have has responded to the cal for speakersow
s sed 25.000 acres of that mountain- been much pleased with the grade of and s up in New York stte now
o01 waste, to never pay the taxes editorial work done by the fraternity. talking in behalf of Mr. Bryan. Frank
I treon, but let it revert back to the it is of a high order. It seems to us Clark is a strong man on theacstump.
wld beasts, which are its proper In- there is more i'mprovemenvt t in th one f our besi. forceful, tactful and
habitants. average country new-spaer than n al- logical, and he can come as near con-
THO8. McMILLAN. most any enterprise with which we string, a New York Republican fron
are acquainted. The paper is better the error of hi5 ways and enabling
are acquainted. The paper i better im o e the light as any of the
than it used to be. the typographical ....
PENSACOLA tAND it rin fct. eerer, table grour.d and if Bryan carries
PENSACOLIANS Whi'e we are on this sn let, w w illo
Stake occasion to say that the country nv fairly be cediedAlso some part oFd
--r- -- editor, the country preacher the caun- cored if ,.ay DAlsortic congressman
-------tat Ptry doctor and the coun;ry r school i e' cted in a Republics udiatrlet in
Le All the State Papers. teacher will never ;)e alipre.iated as the lebatabe states in which he is
l e Pensacola Journal is entitled to they shoulI be. There is not enough
t front rank among the Simon-pure ratitude in the human heart to ade- nvle Times-Union.
det cratic papers of Florida. It has quately appreciate the woIk of thlee Wll Give His Name Next Week.
rai-*i ~3:4 to date for the Bryan and self-sacrificing individuals. Brpth;ren I)ur~ng the campaign we have re-
Ke4 campaign fund, which easily of the weekly press, we a:re glad to frainted from indulging in predictions
lea all other state papers. "By be with you. j; to who would, or would not. be
thetl works ye shall know them."- e'eted. Of ec'r'e, we've known all
Volhtia County Record. Soldiers for Miami ot it all the time. but for reason
*For several weeKs negotiations .tave which we deemed good we preferred
Well Fixed at Both Ends. been under way to have the war de- to keep the matter secret. But, in
Flirida is fortunate in having such partrnen" station sotmi of the soldierss or next issue we will te!l the people
- welltonducted and ably edited news- in this city after they han e been re- n ho will be president of this .grand
Spape as tte Pensacola Journal at moved from Cuba. lit is rumored that and glorious country for the next four
Sthe esteni end of the stiTe and the it is the intention of the department i years. Iook at the Jasper News next
Tanm Tribune at the southern end. to station th-e soldiers .t various week and be wise.-Jasper News.
Wit th' Tunes-Union published at places in the sem h, and the general
the ntfl there is no section of belief of those vwho have bee- inter- ***00iw*** *-SS m- O
Florii that cannot be supplied with ested in the matter is that Mp.-ni will D
a stsp paper conveying telegraphic be selected ;' one of the points for THE FLORIDA PRISON SYS-
- newsknd covering and discussing all a nart of th- t roo)s. TEM.

York Sun.
"Chance doesn'taten hit the mark."
ays a Georgia contemporary. We
don't know what 'ast fellow is refer-
ring to. but if he means Frank Chance
It is evident that be lms met stadIed
the batting averages of the Chiag
players.-Jacksom (MIM.) Daly Mws

of Florida. He says that during the
eight years that he has been in office
It has been his constant endeavor to
Improve the prison system of this
tate, and he congratulates himself
that his efforts have been largely suc-
cessful. That those who are able to
recall the condition of the prison
camps in vogue eight years ago, and
the condition of te.n now can read-
ily see the diEerence. That now no
state prisoners are shackled, that the
utmost care is given to the sanitary
condition of the camps and to the
food given to the prisoners. That tUe
food is wholesome and well cooked.
The prison camps are provided with
bathing pools and the requirements
compel the lessees to provide good
and cleanly beds, etc.. for the prison-
ers, and as soon as a prisoner is sickL
medical attention must be Immediate-
ly provided, and If the illness sl dan-
gerous he must be sent to one of tae
two hospitals. That carte blanche in-
vitations are iitsued to anybody inter-
ested in prison reforms to visit the
Florida prison camps at any and all
times and the refusal to admit them
will be instantly investigated by those
in authority.
Mr. McUn also says that persona
living in the neighborhood of the pris-
on camps are earnestly requested to
report any harsh measures used by
those in charge of the prisoners to the
authorities at Tallahagsee. and that
whenever this is done the matter is
fully investigated and the lessees are
held responsible therefore, and in all
cases are made to suffer the con;e-
quences provided by the law regulat-
ing the conduct of the state prison
Mr. McLin says there is one thing
now in force that he has tried to have
changed at the meeting of every leg-
itlature, but has failed, and. that is
sending female prisoners indiscrimi-
nately to prison camps with the male
prisoners. That Florida is tue only
state in the union w'aere this is done.
and he hopes reform measures along
this line will be adopted at the next
esssion of the legislature.
* DePuniak Breeze.

Did you ever notice the man near
Peasacola, whose peach crop this
year for the first he had harvested
from those trees paid him for the land
and trees and all expenses, the first
crop paid for everything? Did yo no-
tice the cars of watermelons that'ave
been shipped from near by this sec-
tion raised on soil like ours? Do you
know we have our fruit par excellence
without an enemy on earth; one that
never falls to bear? The fig alone
with proper canneries and dryers
ought to make us rich. Do you know
our sugar cane analysis Is 2 per cent.
higher in saccharine than the canac
grown in the world renowned Louis-
iana? -Do you know that with plenty
of canning factories we could supply
the world with canned pumpkin? Do
you know that at Crestview there sla
a man who cultivates the blueberry
and markets the same from May to
Thanksgiving? ,Do you know we can
make as good butter as is made on
earth, and ought not to loort a
pound, i.e., the supply ought to equal
the demand? Do you know our native
hay is richer in protein tfth timo-
thy that brings the firat pr;os in ail
markets, and mbre than that t comes
up without seeding? Do yea know
that every inch of our ground an
raise two crops a year and by putting
in roots often three or more? Do you
know we can raise hogs cheaper than
anywhere else in the country and with
far less danger from disease, that New
Orleans is the best lightweight beg
market in the world, and freights in
car load lots are reasonable? Do you
know that this is naturally a pecan
country, and we buy our pecans in
the north, after having been shipped
from the south? And look her. my
grumbling friend, do you know that in
not one of these Industries have we
cut our first teeth?

People in the 1

I Public Eye

A man who says he is from Nor*
way and signs his name "Haaeanso,"
has been discovered at a W-dblagtou
hotel by a Herald reporter. Can it be
possible that Mr. Hisgen has been
lost for such a long time that he has
forgotten how to spell his name and
doesn't remember his poetoffle ad-
dress ?-Courler-Journal.
Count Tolstoy, who is so delighted
with the "anti-militarisam" of the Be.
W. J. Bryan, evidently never saw a
photograph of the colonel with his un-
iform on or witnessed a kinetoscope
representation of that warior ritdti
at the head of his regiment.--New


%Now 4






* 9

S 4



Daee at t e Oseeola Club.
uphre, emfit IAbrary-Hostes, Mrs. I J. Reeves, assisted by
Mrs. Scarrttt Morm, 4 p. m.

* Dmce at navy yard given by Paymaster and Mrs. Hackett.
* Bridge Party coplmentary to Mimes Coachm an d Munnerlyn, *
guests of Mrs. R. F. Mitchell, hostess, Miss Jennie StiHaun, West Cer- *
* vastes street, 11 a.m.
** ** *** * *****. ******** *****

Dear comrade of my vagrant heart,
Sharer of dream and grace,
I found you sitting rapt, apart,
With April la your face.
The snows that gathered In your hair
Prom storms upon the way.
awe left you still more purely fair,
And re serenely gay.
Part of the liftUtgapring you seeed;
Alas, how could I know
Tou were the light of which I dreamed
ln dark hours long ago?
We shared the glory of the day;
Then, up the shadowy height,
WMth sa ea steps you sped away
Aad eft me to the night.
I cold not hold y0u as my own,
Nor lasp you as you went;
I omuld but feel that I had knows
Some athomless content.
I could not guess that you were given
To l ad me, swift and far;
Bat now I see youe la my heaven-
A aew-foued, burning star!
MaztuS Countouy Smith.
An event of partielar Interest to
the local smart set is to take place
this evening at the Osceola Club. the
aar to take the form o a brilliant
ocal deM. Ar nts have
been mse or the nsge pleasant time
mcteristic with Osceola atairs,.
ad th" attractire daWing hall will
be : w e of the QOrst real gaity of
the Seasm at the clob.
Miiesm Scarritt Moreao nd L
J. Retves wil bbe hatesses at a euchre
party giveS hs afternoon. These af-
falrs ae f miuch laterest to the ladles
*who t only appreciate the worthy
calue In whM they wre given, but also
the de1n0 fu opportunity afforded for
plesASt socal intercourse.
AI-msments are being mreelved
ty,.M many local friends oMr. sad
MuN Henry Phlma^ 04 (12 West Gov-
ernment street, of the approach of the
t annalversary of their marriage.
t celebration of which is to occur
on Sunday. Nov. 8th. Mr. and Mrs.
Poblnsa ae popular In local circles.
and the event planned is suri to be a
pleemeat "e. following is the an-
1888 19N
Mr. sad Mrs. Henry Pobhlman
invite you to be present at the
celebration of their
Twentieth Wedding Anniversary
S unday, November the eighth,
nineteen hundred and eight
No. 212 West Government street
7:80-to 11 o'clock.
The euchre party given by the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the. B JP. 0. lks

Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
vaot reach th seat of the isa.
tan% to a bleo4 or emstituitnal disease
a" Int or04 to oure It you must take in-
tmal remediles. Hain's Catarrh Cure is
t tntern and acts directly on the
and staco surface. Hall's Ca-
tarr Cw e set a quack medicine. It
was preelebd by one of the best physl-
class In this country for years, and is a
nsulasr prVecrtipon. It is compd of
thebest te known, combined with the
best bleed purtfier acties directly on the
mnaus asulr.ts. The perfect combina-
tion of the two I gedieMts is what pro-
ue- sucIh wonderful reusits In curing
ha ,p 8- ew tsti monials free.
J. CEN & CO.. PoMs.. Toledo. 0.
Sold byDprct e 76l.
_Take WT y Pms for castipa-



at the store and par-
take of "the demon-
strate" of

By David Berg & Co.

V We can promise
tickle your palate.


at the Elk parlors yesterday after-
noon was well attended, the purpose
In view having been to swell the char-
ity fund of the worthy organization.
Those present report one of the most
pleasant events in the history of the
Miss Gwen Menefee entertained the
members of the Thursday Mornuiuag
Bridge club at her home on Barcelona
street yesterday morning. The usual
pleasant event characteristic of the
popular club was enjoyed.
Milses May and Helen Coachman,
accompanied by Miss Alice Munnerlyn,
of Jacksonville, arrived in tie city
yesterday to be guests of Mrs. R. F.
Mitchell on Barcelona street for the
next fortnight.
With the arrival of these three
Jacksonville. society girls, local chi-
cles are beginning to take on decided
activity, and many pretty evapts have
been planned In their honor. The at-
tractive trio, in fact, are to be accord-
ed rare attention during their stay in
the city, partly on account of the
fact that they are all leaders in the
exclusive younger set in Jacksonville.
and also largely because of the im-
mense popularity of their charming
hostess. All will figure conspicuous-
ly in the society life of Jacksonville
this season, being debutantes in the
real whirl of the season in the gay
Florida city.
Yesterday they made their first bow
to local circles, rather informally, at
the center piece s-actwer given by
Mrs. Mitchell In honor of Miss Dixie
Bass. Tomorrow night they will be
seen at the Osceola dance, and on Sat-
urday morning Miss Jennie Stillman
will entertain at bridge in compliment
to them. On the evening of the 12th,
Mrs. Mitchell will entertain at the
Osceola for her guests, the event to
take the form of a dance. These are
only a few of the events which are
planned to occur in honor of these
young ladies, whose brief stay in Pen-
sacola will be made as pleasant as
local society leaders are capable of
Mrs. W. B. firechman was winner
of the first heors at the pleasant
euchre party given at the Progress
club rooms on Wednesday night. The
event proved of much interest to the
large number of enthusiastic card
players who had gathered at the at-
tractive and hospitable club rooms.
A delightful dinner and reception
was given at the home of Mr. L. R.
White on North Paafox street yester-
day in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lin-
wood Williams, who were united in
marriage on Wednesday night. The
pleasant event which was given by
the bride's father, proved a most hap-
py affair, a few special friends of both
contracting parties having constituted
the list of guests. The home was pret-
tily decorated, those present reporting
A exceptionally clever affair.

The attractive home of Mrs. R. F.
Mitchell on Gregory street, was the.
scene of one of the prettiest events of
the early social season yesterday af-
ternoon, when sixteen of the young
lady friends of Miss Dixie Bass gat-a-
ered to do full honor to a centre
piece shower which had been planned
by the clever hostess as a dainty com-
pliment to one of Pensacola's most
charming November brides. The guests
had been bidden for 4 o'clock, the af-
fair having proved an exceptionally
pleasant one throughout. A dainty re-
past was served, those present enjoy-
ing the prettily planned event in a
manner highly complimentary to Mrs.
Mitchell's ability as a hostess.
- A number of other interesting func-
tions are being planned in honor of
Miss Bass, who, when she becomes
the bride of Mr. James Forbes of
Hopkinsville, Kentucky. o:1 the 12th.
will be one of the most beautiful of
local autumn brides.
-Gen. S. G. French is in the city
from Florala, and will spend a few

Sd Cahn & Co. L0,

AgmNunnallys .
Watson, Parker &

ORds 178. Rese Co.


Miks Herriman, at 5 S. Palafox Str
ready for particular mothers, a ch
line of BABY CAPS.

-Manicuring- Pedicuring


Manicuring, 25 cents.


390 BRENT:


Luzianne Coffe
Jdst because It s twiett* strength of other eame-prle 6ra
o Its fin fU v and eatlfyg qual s.
sold everywee, 25 ca 1*Mt ca..


Top Buggies and Runabouts. Light Delivery Wagons. White
Hickory Wagons. Very light One -horse Surreys.

days with his daughter, Mrs. L. Hilton net or muslin, or high and full, of
Green. twisted satin and colors.
Mrs. C. S. Bonacker is entertaining Big bows. wide drapery, big rosettes
a brother from RIchmond, Va. and silk twisted into huge rose shapes
are seen on silk hats.- ,
W. L. Hart, of Repton Ala,I s Yokes of creanmcolored chintz bear-
spending a few days in te city. ng the marking of old-fashioned de-
pendingsigns have been noticed on several
Mrs. Maud Wood Henry, of Toledo, modish gowns.
is spending a few days in Pensacola. Net may now be reckoned among
the lingerie stuffs and is freely corn-
Messrs. Sharp, Tait and Drum, of blned with batiste, lawn, mull, etc.,
Crestview, were visiting the city yes- for the new stock.
terday. The .most beautiful of the evening
shades are found In Inexpensive ma-
Miss Mary Morgan will arrive home trials that give better service than
on Saturday after an extended visit many of the costly ones.
with relatives in' Kentucky. The drawn-work "spider" is very
--- popular oi all buttons. It is not new,
Mr. Max Gugenneim, who has been but it is now considered very good
very ill, is much Improved. This is and it is easy to make.
acceptable news to his many local Khaki, buff, suede and all tones of
friends, yellow are in vogue in the late hats.
their brazenness *being generally toned
Miss Claude Ely of Montgomery, is down with (l her colors.
expected to arrive today to be the The one feature that almost all the
guest of Mrs. J. W. Bullock on North new coats 'have in common is the
street. senmfltted cloak and cutaway effect
that has a thousand different varia-
Mrs. L. Edward Ovey of Kentucky, "tions.
is expected to arrive in the city on In place of the high turndown linen
Saturday, and will spend the winter collars Parisians are to a considerable
with her sister, Mrs. George T. Mor- extent wearing very high collars of
gan. stiff linen without the turndown part.
Dr. J. H. Mock left last night for In stsome of the new shirt waists
Union Springs, Ala. Upon his return back yokes are-turoduced, sad wtll,
he will be accompanied by Mrs. Mock no doubt, increase in usage as the
and the children, who have been vis- season's styles become more firmly
itin relatives in Alabama. established.
tn relatives in Alabam. 'Extreme French fashion plates show
Mrs. J. C. Pebley is expected to the ultra-stylish woman with no h$ps,
arrive from El Paso. Texas, in the with her coat long and straight, and
near future. Mr. Pebley has been her skirt banging "straight from the
much improved by the change in cli- waist.
mate, and the family will make El Frills are much used for trimning
Paso their permanent home. guimpes and sleeves, the latter av-
ing frills at the elbow, the lower art
FASHION'S LATEST MANDATES. of the sleeve being flat or only slinht-
Narrow lawn ties, daintily embroid- ly gathered.
ered on the ends, are much worn with Black and dark results continue to
linen collars. increase. It looks as thnouehi tlh- rn-
Ruches are either wide, of plaited ter were going to be the blackest for

The Journal' Dav/y Fashion Feature


Children's frocks should always be simple in design, bet thbdoes not
preve-i he style of tiring or the cut from being unusual = origi-al
The L. t-, sketch snows a effective little frock of cadAnerel trimmed
with -arrow soutache braid, which Is appfed in an odd but sim; pattern.
The 'esit-a could also be carried ont in heavy outline stitcl in em-
brcidtr. -

ads. Think






Women who have a large circle of
acquaintances aave many of these
days in the season, while others are
content with four. For instance one
card may read, "Mrs. James Brown
Elting. 123 Prospect place, first and
third Tuesdays." Another will read,
"Mrs. John Green Wood, 459 Smithton
avenue, Wednesday in December." One
woman will be at home the entire
season two afternoons in the month,
wile the other will conc-entrate on
four days, all within one month.
The 'matter of deciding this question
lies with the woman herself. Either
mode is equally -good. It is simply
a question of the demands of your so-
cial life. These cards are to be mail-
ed in envelopes fitting th" card ex-
actly, sealed and mnalled with a two-
cent stamp. No social correspondence
should be sent by the penny post. The
husband's name does not appear on
cards for informal afternoons at home,
[but If there are daughters in the home
old enough to be in society, then the
cards should read, "'Mrs. John Green
Wood, the Misses Wood." etc.
The *maid who opens the door and
serves refreshments should be dress-
ed all in black, with white collars and
cuffs and white apron. Se should
have no color about her in any way.
She should wear a small white cap
with a tiny black bow.

Friday, November 6.
Grape Fruit.
Cereal. Cream.
Sweetbreads. Hominy.
Cafe au Lait.
The Journal.
Scalloped Egg, and Potatoes
Toasted Muffins. Marmalade.
/ Tea.
Cream of Tomato Soup.
Baked Snapper. Potatoes au Gratin.
Rice. Baked Apples.
Beet Salad.
Cup Custa-d. Nabiscos.
Everybody will praise your cake,
desserts and ice cream if you use
Blue Ribbon Vanilla or Lemon.
Just received. See window
display at The Crystal Phar-

A large platter should be left on IIIUIL LIULL
the hall table where guests may drop
their cards upon entering the house.
No calls are made before (3 in the af-
ternoon, but at that hour the hostess
should be dressed. her rooms should UI IL
be ready, her table prepared and ev-
erything in readiness to receive the
The question of refreshments at All Members of Crew of the
these afternoons depends on two
things--how many "at homes" you Freddie W. Alton Sue
have, and how large a circle of friends
you have. If you only have four af- For Their Wages.
ternoons at home. then a table should
he set in the dining room. laden with
sandwiches, cakes, candies, etc. At
each end of the table, a woman friend Nearly a dozen more libel suits
sits. pouring tea or coff.ey and the were filed yesterday In the United
other serving a light pun:-'.i of some States court by the members of the
kind. If you are going to be at home crew of the American schooner Fred-
all the season and expect not over die W. Alton, il being against that
half a dozen women friends in an af-1 vessel. The libels are brought on ac-
ternoon. it would be foolish to set a count of wages dae the men, who
table and would give an atmosphere claim they have not been paid any-
too formal to your rooms. In the thing for two months or since they
latter case. it is better to have the left Boston.
.naid bring in tea, or serve it yourself The first of the suits was that of
from a dainty tea table and have sand- Wednesday, when the first mate de-
wiches. cakes and candles in tiny cided he would waft no longer for his
glass dishes immediately at hand. .money. The balance of the crew
Heard of this action and decided to do
At these informal afternioon.r, guests likewise. lrU the meantime no further
enter the drawing room unannounced, word has been received by anyone
but the hoAtess must rise to greet each from the owners.
new comer. and she always rises to
hid them goodbye. even Feeing them IT'S A CRIME
to the door. And the het-tess must to neglect your health. The worst
be careful to see that ,l of -her neglect that you can be guilty of is
guests are properly and distinctly in- to allow constipation, biliousness or
troducpd to each oi her. a~ with few any liver or bowel trouble to continue
people in a room it would be most It is poLsoning your entire system and
embarrassing not to know the- name n"ai lead to a wsrious chronic disease.
of the woman with whom you are talk- Take Ballard's tierbine and get abso-
ing. lutely well. The sure cure for any
-s-nd all troubles of the stomach, liver
SThe hostess at the afir-rnoon at and bowels.
Sold and recommended by W. A.
S-. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary,
121 South Palafox street, Pensacola,
Quality makes Demand.A CARD PARTY.
------- I ; W ill bIm e-iven for th.h4 bi^-,, ^t f th4-

Jackson Square


Is sold on its merits, and
each can we guarantee
to please you-now 25c.

per pound

at your

Importers Coffee Co.,
Ltd., New Orleans, La.
Lewis Bear Co.,
hum. Wbhduu ,g uts.

library in the rooms in the Blount
building Friday 4 p. m. Mrs. L. J.
Reed. hostess, assisted by Mrs. Scar-
ritt Moreno.



Foreign Labor Force in the
Country Cut Down Over

Million in Year.

New York, Nov. 3.-That immigra-
tion is a true barometer of the econ-
o .ic conditions obtaining In the U:it-
ed States is demonstrated by the fg-

At best, housecleaning
a Sa sson of unrest.
But its miseries can
be greatly minimized by
the wise use of Ivory


give new


E W. LAWRENCE Praprister,
15-17 W. ROMANA ST.
Phone 186.

Cuffs Well Laundered
We launder them by a
new method. A steam-
heated machine made
specially for ironing
cuffs. Irons them per-
fectly with one opera-
tion and with less wear
on the linen, too.
Same story on collars.
Let us send a wagon.



Crlws sad BItge Wot a
Pain). W~tra&**a of Te
Mevsd in 110 mt =,

IConsofldated QGmwy Co.. Distrlbumaw.

many years. Couturiers are suggest- home wears a high-peck gown, or one
lug the touch of black braid or satin of the new collarless gowns-not low-
or mohair to srmost arery suit. The neck, however-a dainty, simple house
style is a handsome one, if gloomy, gown, light in color and texture. Shirt
Many of the best corset models now waists and odd skirts are in fright-
lace in the front, giving the desired fully bad form. The gown should also
fiat back lines, but allowing a straight have a slight train.
.ront line and considerable freedom of If the weather should prove inclem-
torso. They are long, running down ent the maid at the door will remove
past the hip line, so that there will the rubbers of guests, take their un-
be no thick line or roll visible through brellas, etc., before the latter enter
the skirt. the room. This not only protects the
A picturesque gown is of crepe de handsome carpets, but also relieves
chine in that shade of blue best de- the guests of the burden of suei gar-
scribed as hyacinth, with a draped ments while in the drawing room.
sash, also of crepe, in dull purple and
adorned with embroideries of purple The hostess makes the conversation
and blue foliage and little silver bells general and of interest to all of the
threaded in and out of the leaves guests. She does not talk with Mrs.
upon slender gold ribbons. Brown for ten M.inutes -bout some
Serge is fashionable for street suits matter of which Mrs. Jones knows
and it is a veritable relief after the nothing. yet she tries to avold such
years and years that cloth has been stale topics as the weather. The suc-
fashionable. The couturiers are try- cessful hostess has a way of making
ing to influence their costumers to in- all the guests glad they came. and
vest in broken stripes and invisible in some tactful way she makes all feel
lines in woolen goods: but so far the that they have done her a personal fa-
solid effects have preference. vor in dropping in for a call.
A convenient little cravat, which en a woman has thee informal
doeWfmuch to freshen up an old days at wome, hesfriewhocme
waist, is made of a bow and ends of days at home, the friends who come
helotrope velvet or satin ribbons, the to see her do not have to call again
ends having three small silk balls or as they do after attending a formal
acorns, which give them weight. The reception. As stated before informal
center of the bow is caught ith a afternoons at home are simply a set
heart-shaped buckle of pearls or rhine- time when your fries then owes a call to
stones. in. The hostess then owes a call to
A new trimming is made ofikevery friend who 'ias attended any of
braid crossed under little flat. buttons these after oons.
into any width desired. The top edge If a hostess has a very large circle
is finished with a flat row of braid, of friends. and has no daughters to
the lower with a fringe of tiny balls. assist her in receiving, then it is bet-
It is made in white, black and in col- ter that she ask one or two of her
ored silk. Made of white it trims intimate friends to receive with ier,
handsomely the skirt and coat of a as no one person can tertain twosen-
costume of white chiffon cloth. ty friends at the same time. I a hos-
tess sees some guest sitting in a cor-
HINTS ON AN "AT HOME." 'nhr sipping a solitary cup of tea, she
e o o h should go up to her and says: "Mrs.
The custom of having an informal Cummings, I want you to come over
afternoon at home when your friends and meet Mrs. Brown." rad escort
may be sure of finding you in, shows her across the room. seating her by
,no signs of waning. Indeed these in- some friend who she thinks would be
formal entertainments have taken a congenial to hier.
great lead over the once popular even- She does not let any one, no matter
ing receptions. They are the least who she is, go from her house feeling
expensive and the least exacting of neglected. A hostess should literally
winter hospitalities, and perhaps to lose herself in making her guests feel
these causes may be traced their pop- comfortable.

uCash Buying and Casts

Selling is True

You'll realize just what this
means by buying here.
Bulk Pickles, Sauer Kraut,
Herring, Spare Ribs and Pigs'
Feet a specialty right now.
Just arrived-FLOWER AND
We also feature Hamess,
Crockery, Stationery, Glass, Tin,
Wood and Enamel Ware, To-
baGcs, Cigars and Feed Stuffe.
You save money paying cash
for cash-bought merchandise at

J. L Dbaisson IBro.
124-12- E. Intendencla. Phone 0

beauty to furniture; to
make rugs and curtains
look as they did the day
they were bought; to
brighten silver and brass-
work; to make blankets
as soft and fluffy as when

Ivory Soap

99 4 oo Per Cent. Pure

ures of the steamship passenger
movement during the year 1908 up to
and including Oct. !.0.
These figure.- show a decrease In
the number of immigrant passengers
Handed as against the sam:, period of
1907 of 836,329, said Gustave H.
Schwab. the representative of the
North German Lloyd steamship com-
pany today.
Adding to this the increase in tie
number of ea.t-bounl passengers em-
igrating from the United States to
Europe in the same period, as against
the period ended Oct. 30. 1907, of
239'711, will arrive at a total net de-
crease in the number of the foreign
labor force in this country of 1,089,-
040. This figure represents the fall-
ing off in the great army of foreign
labor that normally receive employ-
ment in this country.

El Proviso, a iigh-grade
Porto Rican Cigar, sold for
5c at Imperial Cigar Stores.



Coronet Puffs, wavy and
straight switches, fluffy hair
rolls. Hair nets in different
shades. Best goods at lowest
prices at
Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery.
No. 11 East Intendencia St.






What You Want Someone Else May Have.


What You Have someone Else May Want.


]ASY SYSTEM of Shorthand learned
short tirme. Expert stenographer desir-
pupils for day or night lessons. Term
seasonable. Address "R. L. H.," Ca
Journal. 6nov2
AMBITIOUS school boy, age 16. wan
work on Saturdays. Office or sto
work preiferr.-d. Can furnish reference
If required. Address R. F. F.. 908 P
Alcan street. 5nov3
WANTD--Position as shipping dlerk
: assistant stock or grocery clerk.
salesman,. Can accept at once. Addre
I. 0. Box 5r,6. 5nov2z
POSITION as manager of naval store
plant. Twenty years experience; be
of references. Address D. B. Page. Ic
ala. Ala. 5novl1
-9th avenuw and Wright street, solicit
3our patronaget. Children especially i
viltled. oo d uare taken. Chas. Liea
proprietor. 5novI
IVANTElI .-erybxdy to know that
art rLunuiiug on full tini.- and turning o
first-class material for building. prompt
Your lutsin,.-s solicited. Saunders M
C4.. 2:9 E. Garden St. nov
SWITCHEIS MADE, $1.60: 8 puffs. $1.
rats 2.5 and m .Oc, from your own com
wings or human hair furnished. Lau
\Vhorley. 50:1 N. )avis., orner LaRt
Phont. 13:15. 31octl
WANTEDI.-To give you a chance at
grdat bargain in clothing and gene
mnerchandile now being given in o
. -lobing out sale. E. Greenblatt, 139
Intendencia street. 31oct

WANTED-Old hats to remodel and n
otel to make to order. DreMsmak
and c'rocbetted novelties Mrs. Evel
-Schwarta. 15 East LoRua St. SOoctI
WANTED TO BUT-A good horse
general delivery work. Apply D.
CunnIngbaLm. oct
WANTED-Position by young lady s
nographer. Can give reference. A
drems 113 K. Jackson SL 21octl
WANTED-A small Cash register. A
dress **Ieglster." Care Journal. octl
I CE OLD PAPERS for te at this
*oe at Are cents a badle.
WANT D--You to know that the g
men Furniture Comlnnay sellt blank
cewmftorts. bedspreads. rags. and laeoe e
ltatoa weekly or monthly payment
Phoune 1 and our Iale"man will c
dolomon Furnlture Co.. W. Govern
t.. 10oct
WE WANT to make your stencils V
S ey. and do any ki.nd of electrical
m*echanteal repairing. Lloyd & Baroce
West R mana. Phone 619. .0s
WANTED--Totr orders for fresh m,
and vegetables. Dillverl6d any part
city. Busey's Meat Market, 10#7 E
Strong. Phone 1162. 18
WANTD-.All kinds of second-h
sacks. Bring them to us; ship then
us. Telephone us; write to us. Co
Garden and Alranis streets. Teleph
No. 134. F. .. Mellen k& Co. go
WANTED-A buyer ftr 15 iots itn
block, and house with letsI on M st
J. N. Andrewa. 7 16. Palatex St. S1e
WANTED-Your shoe to rjair w
you wait. Halft oled In 1 ias
8am Charls., 511 Sat ouPalatax str
r% es t14 and 104. 3

WANTUD-A. IL. 110 m 20 nt1 eWSW
moving and hauinag. No ts an

BTRAYED OR STOLEN Nov. 2. one large
SJersey cow, very crooked horns, metal
register mark in one ear. Scratches on
r*ht side from horns. Reward for return
WoC. W. l. 227 East Intendencia.
LOST-Dark brown Jersey cow. abeut
two years old. llas -crooked horns about
four inches long. Reward tor return or
ttformation, to M. Jacoby. Snov
]WST-Between S a. in. and 12. o'clock.
noon. Novenmlr 3rd. 198. $48.00 In bills.
an elastic around same. Return to C. P.
Mc.ilan, and receive liberal reward.

JiOST-Brown velvet deok between post-
offlc and Bijou Theatre. Return to
T'Pensacola Electric Co.'s Gardem street of-
li e. 4YAov5t*
WST-Monev by not seeing The Saun-
I M1 Company before purchasing
*material In the buUders supply line. 29
'. GaGrdn St. novltf
guath-eld wbite and liver pointer,
eawed Sport, and one 6-month-old white-
Pwir-lemon-eare eStter named Sfn. Lib-
Linrv reward. t etm to W. a. rn'-
7 F F. D" pome, ABta. &Pu- 0tlnt


$ 800--For 24-ar f 'rni within !3 minutes
S (Iiv" ,,f t',-ns.a-I la. Spl.nndid soil.
g ,,',i, 4-ror, m ,ri,': ;lid line wati' r.
n ;! s ;. I'tiS In,'- f.- n .c ;: io ash.

s 750- Tak s *-roon tt l..- with lot
t;o.xl.2. No. !I I East Strong street.
^^ 1_


on lots we have for sale on
East Hill, and let you pay for
it like rent.
How about it, Mr. Rent

Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Residence Section
of East Hill, block from
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, hot and cold water,

tet. containing 5 coems. with lo
few day at this price.
Will get a very nice home on D
6 ~rom. with a lot 64xl50 feeL Con
Fire Insurance.

olo- Harry W. Gibbs, 27 S. Palator St.
eta. 1 2aug
nts. JUST RECEIVED a shipment of tine
call. aweet potatoes. 70 cents per bushc'l
ent while they last. at E. B. Hoffman & Su'ns.
tim Cor. Gregory and Tarragona Sts. :tloctlw*
and 360 MEN'S S'UIT0 to go at $4.4,1. aues
Ior from $10 to $2:; :300 boys' $- azl $S:
o. 5 suits to go at $1 .5. Must va.-at., hY
aept January 1st. E. Greenblatt. 13:4* F: In-
tendencia St. :lo'ct I
of FOR SALE-one French piatuo
Past good as new absolutely fUiiltless. iuill
sept sell cheap, call in person or addnes- BiUox
4l Samson. Ala. Joct-2w'
n to ONE .AND .TWO-YEAR-OLI) .Grape'
rn r vines Peach Trees et.. Address J.ts.
lone Blome ey. Fera il Vineyard, Contonmeint.
ept FPa., or apply to Clyde Bletneley, Union
Trading Store. 25oetlnr*
Hill. pOR SALE-arm of 160 acres, 10 mil.'-
pttt from Pensacola- Price $150. Address
F. H., P. 0. Box 7"2. Pensacola, Fla.
hile t2oct rnt*
*t- POR SAXLEr-A large mare' nmit- in tir:st-
liar clam coaditl The Fisher Real Es-tate
Agency. ot't ti

FOR SALW-One Fay-Shoales Typewriter.
practically new. Address Box A. A..
Pensacola. Fla- o-
FOR SALE-Blanlkets. comforts, bed -
spreads. rugs and lace curtains. WeV-klyI.
Wr monthly payments. Phone 971 and our
ln_ .. I i i n+. i.... ..l

7 N. pahfox st.t ...... ..... $40.00
Store ne.I-r;'\x St',-rce'l.
Boarding Houses-
National Ilot -1. rooms ..........$60.00
C,,r. 1ftih Avenue and 13th street..$1S.00
1l N Sith Avenue ............... .10.00
1500o N. I'alafox Street ............$1P. 00
I i i7 ast (C .rv.:intes ..............$15.4)0
N* .rlthi R ulls Street ............ $20.o4
724 \\. Zarragossa Street .........$10.00
2,'7 N R. is SLre t ................ $ 1., 4l
*it 1:. Strong S tre't ..............3$15.4)iU
l:lth .\\. li"n e tinl I2:th Street .... $1-2.,
t'rI'. 15;hi .Avenue- :and 14th Street..$1 ;1.00
.:;;0:9 t':. SIlro'lg St'l- .' t ............ $12..'
"01s 1". I tt.nldeif -ia.t Street .........$120 4'
61i: 1-. G00
13;07 F. Strong S; ............. $12'.-0
l1ll ;ast Strontg .'I ieet . . .... -$1..00
*',r. ,thI .ve.nenI- a ni .In< k-oin St.. 1.-S00
t'.r. 10th avenllt and l-st St. ....$15.t4
Large 10-room lihoise on hay shore
at Fishervilie. with electri.- lights. bath,
hot and 'old water.; can hie rented fur-
nishied or unfurnished. l 2. servant houses
in yard;: 2 blocks front c.a" line.
Cor. l'oinana and Palafox Sts., two ofB-
ce upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate
Phone 87.

IF YOU XHAVE anything for rent why not
adv.-ertise it in thest. columns? Every-
one is sure to see it.

salesman w ca oomonk-rniture
Co., W. Government St. lTooct-n
FPOR SALE-Timbered lands in large or rT C O RE VA
sman tracts. Southern Ral stat'- a, NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Investment Co., Flomaton. Ala. o,.t:ttf
NOTICK oF Rl-:lVA-- 1 !,ave klased
LATNCH.12% feet long. 44-inch beam. 7 the stor,. N. 1'1 Nor'th Palafox St..e
H. P. engine. Speed about 10 miler s p-r for 3 \..-t- 1 !sh .i' I-t glad to s-., all ni
hour. Apply A. A. Wrighton. 6 \V. Ro- I|d :r,-:d.- a:.,i -'*ant- ',.w ,.nts thi.n.
mana street. sept'iotf Yours for hisin ,-- J N. Andrews
FOR SALE-A fine 2-story house with al __ _- -
modern conveniences. on East 1H1il. on. i
block from car line and on a ,ornt-r Ia.'- jAT ONA
ing south and eat- Large lot. $S "0. E.DUCATIONAL.
FOR SALE-Beautiful home on Bayou
Chico. the lipWovertmnts c-o.t ',ore I-1LL <'ONST:' V.\TORY COt'RSE. Nor-
thal the saleprice. at $4000. I .. q.t'l0.i "r..,>. TCOrE. Poa-
A i-reem house and 5 lots on 'East t1::. a- n.,! .-i: s q'alah,-,l f1or t-: hi:ag.
at $15M- r' ,' . .ded 1hone -7. Madamne
A -ra house and 3 lots on West OGar- -i.-, uil loctm
den. SIM
A 6-room house, corner lot, N. Spring:
St. Close in. $2300. MISS BA-RN'.Ml of (r:. at-. a. receive
A 5-room house and 3 lots on North: T '. p -,: '' 1. p- '.i- tr a,,,th .renn tre
Spr tg. at $1300. ..n. ..d Nrth prn' Set
A fine lot on the corner of C:tase and! i-". ;'. "'-um
DeVillier streets, at $2000. -
Cottage on W. Government St. $1,,- t r ILLIA-'l PAKHAM. M:s. Bat.
Cottage on Little Bayou at $:,.,** "'a- ::ist- a...i ;a.t i: .as, .i -t .r.--t
Some business property on: I'a.:.i:>ox. ; :.'ri:, ".. te, i.-! ti e P;ano..i < -litt arl
Garden. Baylen and Intendencia St- P i-j '..-t!:.'. .uin-it:,a: ti.r..,a It.aiia-
ces On rel qut st. -.:- t1i..f: a.t.' 1"' .1 i u.-!. .
Ahmo some farms for sale- ',a dset .... : iit h, A se. -i *i....
JOH-N N. DAY, 4 East Ge-;deu SL- ',..,. o, tls!m4

IF 1)I WANT TO BORROW money; APALACHICOLA. ws'mn R.,S( oRT--The "Old Mill- Inn.
or you would like to lend some at a on bn y sh r, 14, n minutes rllde from city
good -ate of interest on gilt-edged se- Fl' I I':I. Ap i lii.a. iOldest on lecrt'tri a.r line., will be open for the
rurit> try The Journal's Want Columns. ,.s:itil.' iih i,.1i!t l it .itv: I ..- hath wint,.r O .t 1. Al inoderrn onvenielne-s.
It isle quickest, easiest and cheapest !i-st s..,,.- lt,-es l1 5,, atnd $2.00. Spe. Addrss MisI ],illie Taylor. "Old MI"11
way. it! tat,' 4 b, w.%-lk. S. .1.. nkirs. Prop. I rj Iin. Pensacoia. Fla. Phole 38S. sept
A. It.1,-LEOI) & CO.. Salimakers--Can-' - LOST-A good opportunity to rent or ex-
-a, ,a.froi 14-h to 9-in.h. of all, PEN SACOLA change or sell what you have. unless
.LateTippy of Awnin o1 advertise It In The Journal's want
't-e.ts.ots. Htamm..-ks. etc., always it OMPAolumn.
stock. 7oSS South Palafox. 18aug !COMPANY.
PARUtS oit ir a JO? s.houtld try The Pensacola-Fort Barrancas Schedule. E.VERY HOTEL In Wo-st Florida and
WIuati's *Vnt Columnins. The cost is. W!NTER DAILY SCHEDLUE. ho thi lohmatn. Th os ir only s 15
small ,l results almost ie-rtain. At any Effecteve Thursday. October 1, 1908. ie mthionth for four ne. h or less. only $1.
rate., y are worth trying, for you have .Leave Pensacola. Ln" Ft. Barrancas. per month for four ne less.
all to iain and nothing to lose. ::;' . .........t. .. ... rn.
;A ir) :1. ................... 7:15 a. vin.
MER' ANTS TRASI-ER CO.. Thor. B I ,I ................... .:oo a. ..
Thon. rop. solcts all kinds of : ................ :45 m FOUND.
movln" and hauling. Furniture packed -. ................... ::0 a. .
for sh ment. Furniture stored. Offit-e, :: ,.. .............. 10l:1 a. m. i inan
phone 8. Depot phone 704. ljnetf to ;1 T n .- .............. 11: 00 m amI' ,- .' this oc-by Pay n er a .

YOU AtE JUDGED by your prinUtng. 1 1:4. -- n"............... P i propertynov
It cots no more to have the best. Have i ,. ................. ... 150 p m. i n ,-tn r t t
it doneftt the Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W. 1:-, -. .... ......... "* p. i. 'wnI-r a Nl ke-tbookr on Pale by street.
ovweriment. i.0 p. owner *art secure same by proving
overnient- "_, p. !. ................ 2 4...:1 p. m. rprop-rt. an.d paying for this ad. Druncan
JNO. ABERG-Maxer of sails, tents. .-.-.......- ... p. m. Pt. at Sol. Ahn & Co'. 4n.vlw*
aw n W, tarpaulins, dray cover ". Agent .. .. ..n.. ........... ...... ..a-.. . . 5
Ctp s Perafected Awning. only per- 41 p. m .. sat. l' p. n. F''NI-TtH.- right place to buy blankets
feet roir window awni made.0. 1 00 p : rn. n- mom. ,infrts.. be-Ispreads.. rnigs and lace :ur-
Jefe street. m. : p.. p. n I. 6 t.n p 1t. .n wekly or monthly payments.
Jef r__t__700 Il l. ni. *:to- r n -.-, P. I I 7 P fi. ('all pi("rIe 71 anil oir .salesman will call.
x .110 p :. 71, lop. n. r-: p i:. p :0 p. t;. ro s nro 'Frniture Co., W. Intendenria St.
:** TC T.A l G0 p. mit. -:4:'# p. i. Q:4.-, p. In 9:30 p. m. t
"T-IIS FORTHAT."Ii "it:0 p. 'I.. 1%:V 4. n..4:.01,, p -, 1,: .t n. _
tA ri 1 :;0 p. 11. '4::10p.m 1 p:1.' p. in. 1::;(0 p. i.
--- ------ il",1 p. 11. 11 ip. 11o
FOR SAE OR EXCHANGF-A go i 5- 1 !:0. p n 11 :,, p n --- w- -r
room i cse with all modern conv r.ien-' T:.- 7:i!. !: in. train :'rr,: P will
ces. c.-lohs n and close to thtr:-e car in.n-s. nt LI .- a. .,1'.! t in i! r -tft- r. T!,- 10a O
Vi'.l +'. aio," for city property. Joi.n N. Ir. t-.i' ft.'ni Hur:; .. as will inak.- aI MARKET IM.
Day. 6 Ft Garden street. 25aug st..,-. -j..t o n Sat r.dlva, wlti-n a local
,r %kli l : l .' a '.-i at 7-.2 p. n. i -
-- ---- - '.:-. ,,:-!:its B.It., 1o. :al wi!' h .-
05S0S000000 *,,,;.~l: .iit. "il ,n S.aturda"y after-!
-, .- :-,i T.- fo!llwi:Kg report is furnished daily
LINE STOCK "" *". t':.- Journal by Marks & G-ayl-. F. u.
tt,,n m,-rchants, Pensacola, Fla.:
AND POULTRY ,, .... -. l..,. a at i n....................
- -"-- t-d d li-lg -- 15 -1
i" 'm, t,g--- -- - -- -- ...-.........-........- 14-16
SUNDAY SCHEDULE. i..* n" ddi .................
i;4-,.5 artf-:r --' i'onk e l* a -ving T.-ni.- ; -t .- ', I. '.- .,.:i .a o a I. i -
G<'.S ,tri+-: s> .' f", ;.- n. tlit t" a i ,i fi romi tiat NAVAL STORES.
s LLKN & .. P..:,. No 34. to 't r '\ .' Iav- wFort .a.;.n. Ga..- Nov. -. -The- following
.... ..:. st . .. t.---. ,, . .. .. .. -i :. t: ."- aa.\,I stores quoitations:-

.FOR SAL-t-i\ vi- w Park rot-.-ry yard:.
C.,r. 1 ttIstr-l-t and **t; a\ .-nu.., i:.. -
'.a k Min.--as. B"r'-- I P'!yno'.-i;tiro.k-.
'pure br.-d kre-..s artd 'g.- f,,r -gale. W
iT Tiac'.. octilt'
PEOPLE "e t;n'-ing .out every day that
The Jo'aa!'s Want Ca-lumns a-e all
that iis .Aie,! for tr.-n:. Why not try
t l:.e-n an.d tt wnat you want?
TO CATT': OWNERS-I have a pure
bred Jers. ,-i.!' for ser'i,-e. Rates S'
4 in ad an, I R g. t .'"e -w 1.- or: '.
W' tiia' an.,4t:, street, city. 2J


We are offering a very nice 5-roorm. one-story dwelling on North A!.:;t-
tas street, with a lot frontlnff 45 by 1.5 feet. OnEast Lill car line.
tan buv a one-story dweUlng on North Reus ..street. near Gadsden.
-e- ..ontaining1--m4-mIV-with.,ot


ewl-ss Turpentine Stills,
Pensacola, Fla.

T --w vr > i- P.:
r v; n *I ak-- t,, ,,rn e trip. a 'W ...... ................. .... 6 .(
x."ving Pensaao., a' 'u.30 a. n :w .. .. .. ........ .... .... 5
a r-. N ...... ... .. .............. .... 7. "1 5
WEST HILL SCHEDULE. K ................................. 4A0
t,- t ."' w t, go !o HW est H ill ........................... ........ 5
i NL ..HI" --. ".-'- ar d. transf....- r t. ... .... ..... 25 to ..
",.'-.t t .: .i,.-" L ,-A R : 1 -1C V tr ; ............... ..... 3 7 t= t : 7'
t.- t. -. ,-pr ,-r- ,,k d y aftrr r ...... ... ............ ...... .... ..
,. d . t ..- .. "... w n - .... ...... ..
-p-t '' w' n trcoIu I Palaf,.x .n...........
--t'ha-.1t' ''--tt' All Work Test"s asd Guaranteed.
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY. "" .. i n. :;-- ,r,,.All Work TEll@ t
ALBA I I WA.'FICCO M La. ,: W ::. rtte us fr prIm. We can laterest Nso

t E6x1Z5 feet. Thlb is listed for onlya er porty for sale in all parts Sanitaryconnections, 9-
LI0.0. sof the it. y connections, 9
tre00.00. n r Lesle E Brooks o foot front and side gal- -
nvennrtto nycaruline. slgEBr BROW Nrooks lery. South front. Large
City Maps.' L. J. U 0 RA* Ancorporated.) lot. The balance like
W ATSO N \1t J ANCE 43 South Palafox Stjreet. yu ladlrd
& W ATSON, Alt Thiesen Bildin. your landlord.
an ^and Inanc Ag. O econd Floor. BOARD AND ROOMS. 5 lots on 16th ave- THE flSHER REAL

.o. e r n s" P 5* -4 .- ROOM COMPILETELY furnished forlight nue car line, the REAL HESTAIRE
FOR SALE. h. .k ap .S phe. X cheapest property 206 s. Paefex st. Phe..
-' --- ...l -- i in this section $1100 I i
FOR SALE- A bird dog for sale. Apply -' FNi' Ni,..-I furni.shedtd room, thissection $100
t1109 E. Jtl-Ria stret.t 4novlw elnt. 1- North PalafoN. 6ninvlw fo W. BIlloc, Jr ,
C. N. McCLURE. OLD NEWSPAPERS tar sale at this of- FURNISHE RtOOMS n. .ar business sv.c-
flee at five cents a bundle. tohen. 11 V. ItRoniana St. 4iuvIlw PHONE 608 WSW e Sell M R. BU
A BEAUITIFUL HOME FOR SALE-No. IOOMS and >uiarl at 4-. l:.1Zarragossai Rooms 304-306 Thiesen Building
6& 116 East Gadsden street., 2-story. 7- str-,.t. 4tn:.vlw* __e. like yvoirse
room hOuse, god conditioni. now rented. -- "Rsult" ar wha
for $25 per month. Can he bought for FOR RENT- Two nielvy urnlshI.l rooms roney for you :ndl
RENTS AND LOANS. s:.,oo. Terms $::..0 p..r month. -as large. ,n ti- t.ii!. ,-... o tsin'ess i .ente.r. - -- la r,,.. travl
,ot. surrounded by Iu-tiful shade trees. 1 Apply No... 2" \-Vest l on1ana street. state of all !escri
encia St. Phone 271. Apply B. E. E. hitter, at The Ciutter iush .. o.... HELP WANTED. T property. f .. timi
lencia St. Phone271. 9 aug -T, i, ',' ... ase 01 .or ,.,, ,,,.,: i,. ,.
V(OR RENT Two compl>tfly lurihrd A.\ !| ni. f.i!trr sons ;ral iylhr1 I run% Iwniri-
.T. ...r -'E -ns. .mul eili, r h"f or iLht jiiius,'keepins. ,th. ni ir :,*i : titn o ld ki;<>\1!- ;4'' *i a .4pitalisl. trus
RENT. FOR RENT. "iti ,, .. lIiath a ,n tont.. Aply .. .. .. : t ,. ur.-s.-nt in ai N .-r\ \ ,nii s
west side of 9th avenue, between Strong lhoe 1"'2 or at ,1 N.4 ;. avtnapl-, lwr,, , ;.+ . ,-.o*mis.i,. I Min i la,-. it fo i!
F ltIENT-New ,,ttage. -. rooms.. hall r,.-\% 1;,w t V\ t nt-
ns and hall, on West Belmont street, near l- ,1 Lath 'T,1 I' T Strog. it FINI: I l..SI with, loani. at No. 4 Ea. t .\; ,,, . i, .'.. nS ii
w I>( artl 8 I'lV" l .11.. ..niovtw* fi .-:r-y- n, -t 4.-r A >r: aIKal I I;lafl\
lers Mill. Large lot. --'1 str.-g -t ol it and .-td bath d s.\ "1. *T I 1' *,j i. li.
F4 'I t. l I-'N l' *;-ro tIl igh.ts.t l.e.-.' to lIi. t; l W' I i.,, hat
OR SALE. I" I r, *l .f i n.l.'O IjO RNT- rnished r-o t 1,, .
, all sections of th e city. Let us show us *sho w. of. s, N' t''" "':. ,, r- ll. --, .. l. *.. I -...1-. *Wn 4 ovl1
F41\R.-NT -:1, nl nu .or ;,\r 1,-, BEGINNIN
to the collection of rents. List your rent- F > T RI-;NT. ROOAM1 ANDI Ift.Lo --Young ni,n es- n 1 ,N. .*., it.. .ul iok t, T I
Dwellings (North Hill.)- l p ttially. ,' ,ni 2-story dwi .-ling. North 11111. 10 ro s ...............................$7t.- th. t.t Inl. I r _,lir,-- .. 1 V 4 r,' .It,, :.. ot Inancially -om
-st,.r iwe-lling. NNorth Guille .-- -- -.-- ,.i\ll inraras-. abov you
rd----- ard. I-' rlin ..................... 11.0'1. F011 RNT -T. roo. s iopl ti-ly fur- -- -- ----.- ad ind-pendnte-.
O -story t .lling. North l'alafox, nishl.d fo.r iihlt hn us.--kei-pin i;-s \\- : **<\-V ;s w kk-p'i Ad It -i not
F O R SA L E 1,o n4n' r ............................... 4 4-,, : it., il l .-irh. 110 N. AI'-;i iz St 'lii, ,,. 1 7,' 1 l:. \ 1.77 ri... i F- j ijd Dwellings (West End.) It. Ionot ip of- should regularly apD
Ti N,. ::-" North Harc-lona. S rooms ;; "- ,o O UI-onme, th" larger tl
in FOR SALE--$175 runswick-falke Nill- \o. 224 N oi iNt-- on. I rooms .....ttl nileo t lhe argir
es iard table, practically new, at a st ri- ( N 3 17 Nrti ;rc,.e ona, 6 r ms . "5... T -r:S OR s ioR oitchnf.. wii.h 5l id or' tnII. Ni -A t c.K ::nA 7 -e form t of inmake st ad
s flee. Apply Jno. E. Webb, Dollar f1r.-ss-1 -,. st ,;ard-.i. 7 rnooms ..... g as i-aing>' ( Oca.r lin-e. n.-ar av. .l I-: habit for those i
re lng Club. 6nov iw N,,. 4,2 \V.-st Int.-iundncia7. 7 rooms 2."1 141;u\vrnit.nt st'tt-. .hitlw \ V.ANT \'. (: ,oi -, l-nited at work. for firms
tW No. 1> \ \"-st Itomnnau, ro,.nio s .. i .., -- - *'r. I a. r ati s, vrtr'" '."r ,",tr s tit- tlees. uadministrato-'s
FOR SALE-Liver and white pointer pup. N.,. 4I2: Wst ..mnina. 4 rooms. 1I'.';. FOR RENT-Fturnlsh.-d or nfurnishted ,,, ;,,- 4-a.i. v i. ti'st Mni; iiXvestmnt lor ttir
its four months old. Full blood. Phone Fouir-ioio ,il'vllinti at Fnihrvill.- 10.11 fr,.nt room,. southern andi eait.-rn ex- ;,. nti Ti .1 Mc '.skill '.... employ money than
re 1625. lqovlw* Dwellings (East End.) posure. plion" and bath. to d slirabl- Fr p.,' ,' ,,.i o* t',;. taeiS. is sure- or a pronita
es N. I. 111 i un;. 1 roonm .. :"0o.<; tartty. North Hi ll. Priv:-.t family. Ad- 'oirrow or loan moi
Nt FOR SALR--One state and county pld-I N,,. '_2 No, tih th Avenue. roon 2n '1I dress Box 574. l5aug A l S-, -i.. .:d: sat- .
dler's license, cheap. Address P. ). N.-. 417 Ea-:',t ,;i-rory. rooms ... I.,-, --- .:,i.,. A .I, i,. .l. M,, .-s mi il- ,-; I 224-226 Brent Building. OWEN-
or Box 25. ." .n.ivlw' No. 22: -.s;a.t in it,-iielt-uiaf. u ; rooms 15.i' FOl I:RENT -4',Ittfortalhr- iurnisishl* rooi r ,.tin.t .\ i>-:;lfl Phone 979.
"or 'N. t:: Ea-st 1.altua. ., r', o .... 1:.J .twith gas ajid h;ath. onIe i ,,k fr'o at Pala-
or FOR SALE-Horse buggy and li.ghti N. x l' Ea.t right,. rooins .... 12.,0 fo\ -'tre.t. 110 VW. Chase St. IGOctIm* v \NTD.\ \V- ,it- :1 t, I,. .;.i
wS wagon. Wyandotte hens. housho lt,,4s..u ttits and ialls in all parts .Y f e roomh us.o k :t, liven p; -. Ms I -
goods. Van Winkle, E. Jackson St.. oi,(of the. it V. TWO NIEVJY ftrnl~hed roins, wi..
s Bayou Texar.W 5e E 'ks Agents Blount Building. hatiL rom uattat-hed. Apply S i -.rt' a. i t MONEY TO LOAN.
es Bayou Texar. anow 0 TON & WATSON ani, s '.. isoun.* .,f
FtOR SALE-Several hea" mules. aliROSFRnral to' OTON T WAVTSON -MS WE have$100. ngu---anteed, first
m good working condition. $65 and tip. 'THE RENTAL AGENTS." OOtl fO-ig rt-eid. I. a.. N l class per centmortgages on city real
Come early 1you want a bargain. Gar- Call and Inspect Our Lists. Phone 54. 17oetIlm* t ,- i, .,,e ,.. lu it il t rlohestate in any amount from $1e0.00 up.
!or- field Ice Fac ynvltf_,i Ynu have worked for your money, now let
or. field Ice Fac y. novbtf c-ha a:,! ,, lt o.. ,:e:lis .-,.. ". ""- it work for you. The Fisher R! Estat i
its F Fll RENT'- Large bri-k warei..u,,se on FIRST-PLASS BOARD AND) POOM--; i;,ot.i. In, I,,., 1ti Agencyrk for you. Th e Fisher Real 0-Jun.
in- FOR SALE-Thoroughly kiln-dried rough R.ailroad strt.-t. Apply to Jas.M Al'lligh. Also rooms for light houskeepng atncy.
ta. and dressed lumber, sash. doors and 1nov Fishorvillle on the i e-ah. Terms reason-. .NIt-. *-il atli-rl.. ai r i.'tl.n.. Are you getting 8 per cent. nt for
Im blinds, high-grade paints, oils and build- ",k Mr*. C. J. Allen, Plronm 13. ,., Ani\>- oi- lu5le-ll ies. '.hotl ;ztitle.I. your money? If not. you don't get afll
ers' hardware. Saunders Mill Co., t i. FRA private sidetrack .1oetm* j(.k s- ...p. <.d m.,ny. .Apply ::u that it "'coming to you." We can place It
oa Garden.rRet Nu e bi-tt.. .ar E. .. .4rnn, 'i -t 4, ot on first mortgages on improved city rop-
ut. Garden sTrt alt.o nfr ronox FhRNIS D ips. by the day. -ek I..-. a. bae o. perty. ow much does .it P yoU al
ll Best for ck--T a barrel of rosi. ne Ship. $1 W. Zarr a and DeVil- or month. Apply No. N. Palafox t. VANTE. l.v-.ryone to know that th. doing nothing? Leslie rooks11
ill Best for quk and ood ir. Phone .,,er Zarragossa a el- tm* eas ."lt.apest way tgt Palao.
ltf 956. C. H. Covington. 20 E. hIalnardl St. li*.t-. $5i.4. ,t i' C lt uiii ,'h.anest ay to g.-t .-Palafox.t
lmiovnilm* :172j. South Palafox. upstairs, pool TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS for l, t-i l t. y i wan.t ai <. Want Coli,,. MONEY LOANED on all kinds ot er-
00 room,. $30.. light housekeeping. Apply 614 E. .lJak- i '.' ads then ami thv iring sonal property on short notice.
ib- FOR SALE-Baby carriage. In gooid 4,n- Stores. Gadsden and 6thi avenue. l0. son str'.--t. I, octIm* sl..,rv tite. an terms. Suburban lots sold on ey piy-
iur edition. Cost $30, will sell heap. ::1l 14-106 t South Tarragonna St.. $20.00. restils '--, ments. J.B. Gray Co.., sW.Romasa-
ua. M arrags St. Inovlw* House-s FOR RENT-Rouins suitablTe for light h1 T. .NT\TIVI.: ,, soli, it. -x. hl-
-; 0 ,W. ,;r.gory. $".50. hous-keeping. Apply corner C.ervant.s ,1 o .i,- it, the Saloon lr. MONEYT LAANED. en real estate an
FOR SALB-By City of Pensa.-ola. 1ne I1 B:ylen. $20.00. and (Cordova streets. Phone 1457. 7*octim I .iseary :h \\V ,,I;l. loini.r trit-i personal property In the city of Peait
large safe. Can be e-en at ,ity mtab .." Fishe-r'illh,.n moiernt. $17.50. It i hisk a- o or ot
on East Intendenciaa street. For further lit;W l. t.mana, $l.i0. Ai-W Bullard. 21% South Palat r eL
particulars apply to C . Goodman. 5,19 .V (;r,,gory $22.50.-. t,,I tii i., L r.-11 %',ou l;n , Phone 114 .
a ,Ino -lw I11:, N. t .avenue, $19.00. M I S E L A N O U S- L' sit o- ri t f r `,,.-
S.-- -, 10I Stri.ig St..p.0 $15 .. .,, MISCELLANEOUS. ital ,r-p.oa. -t .i ,. .
tlm'FOR SAIACSddle jpony for eithe-r lady :27 -. Romana. $25.t0o- ,i,-k rf., pr], t,.i ,-t. | I'i 294.
or gentleman. Apply turner 8th avent. 21 N. Spring. $10. I .: Y(IR P'EWRIITES r.epairedl (ingt, K l y tl HOTELS.
New and DeSoto St. 111OVI Wit 1622 N. 7-tit. $1"2.1)0. at') llIt ittrit wt w t, king order.'lri( rca.-on-
inz I1 1 W,.st Mainf. $14 illi.h . l A iin. Ty pwriti-r Expert. WANTEII N itl e\Jp.i- .,',.- ,.-k Foliv, .
lyn OR SALE-Nice family horse and run- 111. W. LaRia. $7.600 \ i...k t--. I'lione 16.,. 3novlw I r i -- i, ,uthw st ,.-rn. I*I SI" ltof l. Fast Vright str-et. .20
m*L about for sale cheap, at the P,-nsa-ola; 1::,41l V. Intendiencia, S8.40O. l,:rtt t r'.,- t andd -12't .ti-i l_ f- l oust of town pardpot.- wishing to save
Ltvery Stables. tioi'ltf JOHN N. PAY. NtP'iTl HI.I GIpII'N I-'l.RY -Flowe-rs for r to 'a. m nit towkin tlpir wishing t rsta-
for G e East Gatrden St. :I< o.'ea lot it ' nll>m s, um arui;l- n V\ 'NTIl t) -.A i .-xp-ri ln-. rant-. til e speaking thlir fw always at ain-
J. FOR SALE--That 4-yNear-oll g-ntil powi, -- -- -- --- -- ti. i n. 1 -signls a sp.-ialty-. s.i Ilankt. u.,,t.,tils. oi eIspr- rai t-i. it sn. w.ll ri nd as gI i.s -i
2tf BuB y nearly new. harness and unibr.l- FOR IlRtENI7-Store building on S. W. Sw.-t Pea se-d. .19 N. Ba-len St. oct27tf rInts. li t,'allers. :Ii. on n ,-kly 'it ot. ti-ies-. willfin,1 as goodI a,--
la. D. Goes, Box 463. 10.tlw* t tW(rnier Zat ragos-, a;nd Havien streets. > noth .v ist .tlh nent So, h lon otitlr .inni .uh1tt n tut, 1- it igs ous s ans
te- Aplpiy Mc.-illan & .Mc,-'lure. U \V. Intet.- I 'l 1.l()V RS---Orders taken for all o<'- C.- o. o\'. ( nrr,-r. i 1o.tmt u nins .th It.t A. only :ti c is ald
Ad- FOR SALE-On account of leaving the dencia St. Phone i'71. urt27tf ea onSe, partictula-rl. for weddings an, -.---- ---- -ii-ly t s nri-d, t oli- to r.t dra p-
S6t* city I will sell my home with all fur- fulnw tts. Miss Le'ilhta Rees-., l8 N -..Low Iat-s ade- to i -:, .-.ilheno-l w*
nishings. complete. E. Greenblatt,. l:;! '. FtOR RENT I al n. Phon, e"2. 22oct 0- i ... -t. vi -,- VW*
Ad- Intendencia St. :{lotlnl Store., 5.00 I .' WANTED a n-e carriage and WEST FLORIDA Old newspapers are useful at all time.
7t OR SAL OR RENT-Seabree -nttaage : : "4 i'. lint-n,.-n' ia Street .........S$ 6. m4) h horses for a wedding or to go WANT ADS n e_ th a store or in the oe. bund

m and about 19 a, res land. extending 10 T ona Street .. ........ $1.00, li.ry table, or ring They re neatlyti convenit to
frm Pensacola bay to Santa Roma Sound. 12W Roinana tre.-t ............ 83.3' Phon .. OctlStf Carry. _

Agents Bl

Leading Re l Estate, L
Blount BIalding, "Headqw

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No. 9 W. Intend

$19.00--Nice six-room cottage on
and Desoto Sts.
$15.00-Modern cottage, five ron

$12.50--Large house near Saund
We have desirable locations Ii
you list of homes at bargain prices.
ig propel with us.





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For a beautiful and at-
tractive home on the Bay
Shore and Electric car
line. A two-story, 8-
room and hall house
with four acres of land.
Terms, $500.00 cash and
balance payable in 1, 2,
3, 4 and 5 Years.


ff andL.ANS
17. onsacol., Florida

*lf. ar'. not in li.n!:,I. ss for ,our health.
it z*' iunt. '\ *" t-l tillt-nI anld i make
,itm'u 'ilv's. i s W,ell. \\'.- 111 liiit6 tin a
lin. sal.,'nl.ii.. OInr spr. i.%tly is
pt ions in lneiii d'ng <'it.\ and SII(i -rIban
Ie.-r ;>and turp-iimni.- land-. Not d'p'.n-
yvers -xlu i.i1. \',-. !tandl, propertv
oni!, a iiywhe'i-. in the South. If you
st.-e. giardiun. id mi istrto.r or a
sinltss ma11 with a little llonlex -we
iu on1 real estate lir-i 'IoIrtg. mg' -. to
- one o1 r iore o f our loca Wl -antks. I

lf mlloney lhat ',you 'arni at your .'r-u-
ofit of rour buiitne.'ss is hliat will take
ifortabl4e. It's wthal y.u sa\l it is the
ir spending that rtnd'rbi- you happy
tin, wage ear' ir, or man u with only a
o wihobmt l In" ide.a of saving money
pe'al. In niost ,cases. the larger the in-
lie Ii-'.mi exp .ns-es and gr,-ater the
uate preparations for the future. As
i-nt for the tbginning of the saving
nith a.-rumulating funds that may be
with large u-ash reserves and for trus-
a. and executors awaiting permanent
* trusts, tlhre- is no better way to
to invest in "Kupfrian Park." which
ble _return.. We huy or sFll real estate.
ney for you and guarantee satisfaction.
-CLARK CO., Real Estate.

Baeon. rib bellies-
20 to 25 pounds ....... l'4'n 124
Bacon plate ........ .*. '(f toi
S. C. Shoulders ....... 10"I ', 11
D. S. Meats Iper Tb.)-
RellieA.t g to 30 lb ... 11 'i, I1,
Shouldt-rs ... ........ 8 t
Hams (per lb.)
(anvaswd, S. '. ..... I 1'.6,a 1].
P'lenic ................ 9. , Butter (per lb.)-
CGoIhwtn and -reamery 29 r" 31
Cheese (per lb.)--
New York lalsies .... I.'., ]6is
Coffee (per lb.)-
Common ............. 7%0 '7-.
Fair ................. 9 P 9si4
prime ................ 10 0 10)Y
choice ............... 12%@ 13
Rive (per lb)-
Fancy Head .......... 6 4*" 7
Medium ... ........------ *1, .
Cracked .. ........... tw4 'w 4
Japan Rfai'y ........... .... 6
Japan, good .......... 5jt
Flour (per bbl.)-
Fat I'y .Patent ......... .40 . ,
f'atent t ................ -.-5 .-.
Straight t .............. 4.. 0 ) 4.0)
Extra Fan.-y .......... 4.60 4p 4.70)
Lard (per lb.)-
0omnip.tlund. T I).' 7% NS
Tlerves. I-Itf. Bas !.... 11%4 11ui
6O-pound tubea--4c over.
50-pound tins--%CA over.
10-pound tins-"'rc over.
5-pound tins--%c over.
3-pound tins-Ic over.
Oil (per gal.)-
Kerosene in barrels... 11%0 12%
Kerosene, in cans .... 17%W 18
Pork, per I'bl ......... "-10.4) *6 "24.50
. (.. Kar ............ *S .;t
Fanev Y. 4'. Sugar .... I 7 ... 4.90
Corn. >(er bu.)-
\W hlit- . .............. ... ...-. --q4
Y-liow or M ixel ................. ..80-11
)alts. 1-'r blu ................ . -
Hay. (per toar.P-
Timnothy ................. $1G.010 $17.041
.Iohns-.i grass ............. -"-2. n o $1 2..
Alfalfa .......-............ S-20000$21. )
1iran. pi.r w t.. ............ $ l.2744$1.30
S. t..rt.. whleat .. .......... 45. o:I.:.0
S'ra, k4-l 'rrn. p,.r w4-lb mack.$1.40$1.4S
Bulk Corn. 3 l-2c less.
Bulk Oats. 2 I-2e less.
Ground oats and Corn. sack $1.63141St.7.
I ..S. M-al, per ton ...........$25..00,14$27.50
4'. S. H ull. pi r ton .i .............. $10.00
'omrn meal, per vack ..........$1.80 $1.9@
Corn meal, bolted ............. $1.30@$2.00
'Chops, per sak ...............$1.40b$1].4
Grlts. sack ......... ...... ..$1.901 $ .00
The fruit and produce market e-day,.
as furnished by the Jacoby Produce. &
Commial non Co., is as follows:
Irish I'otatoes. western. per bi $ .111.00
Sweet Potatoes, pe-r bu........I .70
S'abbage, per -rat- ............ 2..755 A.0
Lemons,. per box .............. 3.76 4.00
New onions, per bu .................. $.<
Garlic, double string .............-35 -0
Apples, per bbl .................$.7Th54.0
Rutabagans. per bu .................... 7e
Young Chickens. per doz . $3.S0$3.5-
Grown Hens,. per dos ........ .$4.75S..
ggs, <-ountrly. per d. o .........
Bananas, per bunch ............75c0;1.0
The demand for sawn timber at the
present Umu- is weak. with ruling prik'es at
2, cents per i'ihlie froot on averages of "3
ftw-t and up. on a 40-f-ot hbasi. Smaller
averages hay.- sold nor o',,resp"tdingiir
prkl-es. Tilhe demand for smmall,-r av-rages
i also we-ak.


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. d f 1 Deconsaing a mother shokd be1 Care of Slvfer,
a ource of joy, but thesuffer- ofece iler that are seldom used
wrappedin Canton fauelaseS 1
in n incident to the ordeal 1sor h. 'woesmsl
its-antic-iii one of ;ey absorb the moisture and cause the
d read.* Fr is A er to tarnish. To ocean silver rub with
Sthe oly remedy which re- imi xture o whiting and Gold um
lives women of much of the hie. A th att
w a former ty; this hour, dreaded as women's severest trial, is not .1.a1 M ofI ornamets, f lvto ace
OslyI.mdefet sp ihi, but danger is avoided by its ase. Those who em in a kettle of warm water u which
fte Ilis remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, been dissolved a t-f ofi
mea and odhrgdiatm in conditions are overcome, and the system L. & N. Publication Will ,ld4Dust=the
.. oth bef~ytwn o the sv. 1ot t
evet. It is worth Ms weight Prepare Three IssueS come graduallyto the bomtug point. Rins.
psA 88tAS wdbaVCi12 clear, hot water, dry with soft towess
an =eM 'aFuoywbdhave T V i l- l For This Section. andi Polis wa^.T dm
aned i t a fteSS xS2o * Claim That Wholesalers Are For T section. and push wishan*<--

SX11 11&xRCO.1 Not GVing the PIrCieS Generous publicity is-to be given ward, tremendously smuggling into a
A ms Ga. Pensacola and Escambia county this great era of peace and prosperity.
They Should. winter by the L. & N. railroad. They are taking the best from all na-
-- .-- Every year for a number of years, tions of the earth in education, sci-
IN SOME INSTANCES OYSTERMEN North & South, the official organ of ence and civilization. Our Bible is no
the industrial and Immigration depart- longer a sealed book. Th' bondage
HAVE DUMPED THOUSANDS meat of the road. has devoted an issue of women is broken, schools are open-
to West Plorida, which included Pen- ing to all. universities welcome tihe
BACK INTO THE WATER RATH- sacola and the towns and counties best thought of all peoples, caste lines
from here to River Junction, and are beginning to melt, and the spirit
A* ER THAN SELL THEM AT PRICE these issues have been far reaching in of the Christ i.- molding life in all the
O5 r OFFERED BOATS QUITTING their circulation on both sides of the avenues of trade. If this is a "yellow
Ohio river, peril," then let us have more of it in
THE TRADE. This year this section gets three is- every nation, whether blacK or yellow
for sues in place of one. For the first or white.
time Pensacola and Escambla county
Trouble is brewing between certainwill have an entire number to them- Rea Etate rasfe
lucal oys bter dealers and some of thewe selvesriin which the resomces and w
9 M~ua1ot dar n om ohcommerce of the city and the settle- The t rlowige 1r o r yt of the raya f isthe
men who operate oyster boats at this ment and improvement of the county the Pensacola Asterat CO.urni
place. The oyster fishermen say they will be treated exhaustively and Illus-
The O ly Pure extract of Pepper. should get better prices from Ote treated. Pensacola has always taken a J. W. Gilmore to 1.. L. Williams,
great interest in these issues of North $144. the southeast quarter of the
t me of Oysnd M wholesale dealers, and on a refusal to & South. ant the time is ripe to again northwest quarter of section 3, town-
s. give the Increased price some of the join in boosting the city through this ship 5 north, range 30 west.
ND xt Take Any Substitute. boats are dumping their catches back medium, which reaches many thou- M. L. Autrey to Mrs. Bettie M. Lew-
i.. Into the oyster beds. sands of manufacturers, capitalists is. $1, lot-; 6 and 7. block si. New City.
Some of the oyster fishermen claim and lhomeseekers throughout the Leslie E. Brooks to Enoz Wynder.
D T1JG T V AN f"^ General -'- that the wholesale dealers can well af- north. $45, lot 17. block 108. West King tract.
I CUGELM AN & CO % ford to pay the price asked, as the Mr. Packard, the editor, is now Leslie E. Brooks to Enos Wynder,
oysters are retailed at 15 cents per practically a citizen of Pensacola as $135. lots 18, 19 and 20, block 10S,
dozen or at 75 cents per hundred. he has considerable real estate inter- West King tract.
"HrTa CigaThey claim that the dealers should be ests here and is quite as enthusiastic E. D. Renfroe. by master to B.
S. ..willing to meet their demands, when concerning the town's growth and wel- Miles, jr., $550, the nortbheit quarter
the retail price is considered, or fare as any old-time resident. A of the northwest quarter, sectionn 2,
F should be willing to reduce the price strong issue is assured for this year. township 5 north. range 31 west:
to the consumer. If the dealers adopt Pensacola will also come in for a north 40 acres in the east half of the
a Reduced price some of the oyster small share of the P. & A. number, southwest quarter of section 34, town-
fishermen say they would not insist which will be devoted to the territory ship 6 nortj, range 31 west.
on the increase demanded by them. along this division and give the towns
The oyster fishermen say that $2 to and counties from Pensacola to River WILL GET PAPERS OF
i I _ _ _$2.25 per barrel would be a fair whole- Junction a chance to exploit their NATURALIZATION
sale price compared with the retail doings on a larger scale than usual.
price. One of the fishermen reported The last of this trio of Florida Gulf Nine foreignerswill become citi-
STHE NEW THINGS IN SILVER. yesterday that a sloop arrived ere Coast issues will treat exclusively o einta
Monday with 50 barrels of oysters Sumatra tobacco. All of the experi- ens of the United States Mondayre
from Apalachicola and in order to pre- ments made In this region the pass provided
L PIECES FOR HOME USE.entire catch from spoiling year will be shown by facts, figures quired final examination to be con-
they were sold at from 75 cents to $2 and illustrations. Such a number ducted early Monday morning by the
QUALITY AND DESIGN. a barrel. eanmot fail to further stimtlate inter local court officials.
The loop Anna Maroni brought in ert in tobacco culture and should The men are mostly Gries. who
ped onm every poe beho flaeris ha-vlna a wrel-wde repu. 11 barrels of oysters Monday from bring down some capital from the recently made pliation for natral-
i n bw-lMeg the bet, rhe hind that letoa lfete. the Big Sabine, about 15 miles east north. id tonm a at the lonclsgn of
of Pensacola. but they were carried Mrs. Henry, of Toledo,. Ohio. ed the Monday at the conclusion of
back to where they were caught and ciate editor of North & South, has ar- the examination, if .they successfully
GERSON'S dumped"into the water. The owner rived here and work on all three is- pass It.
of the boat wanted $2.50 per barrel, sues of this magazine will begin at A
_ __ _ _but this was refused by local dealers. once. As Pensaeola is in need of A lot of old newspapers.
It is said that some of the whole- some live new literature this move- tied up in neat bundles for
," ,s D .Paersnsale dealers whno demand the best neat on the part of the L. & N. is ale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour-
nn ID* f I e Br ns Paterson, 2773, oysters to be obtained are paying bet-? timely. sale, 5c a bundle. t The Jour-
i H I oto Glf T iansi o. tr prices than what the oystermen ,B 'nal office.
SS lm. obtain as a general rule. .i .a of .
M NI, RIn IaLinship, ors. 14, Mont..e. i BROKEN LINKS -COTTRELL.
ll rII Ayr to A. all s. COTTRELL.
t-a, N sip, Backer, 13, stratilon work on southern farms, is PHOTOGRAPHS.
All "" TFarSa. present at our fair and will return Pensacola, Fla.
Ocea.... us k, EdTrtkae, 1239, Rte again in about -ix weeks. Several
FS Jamiro to A. ellus. farmers have expressed a desire to __
.* eUSmoorwk Nor ik, Itetmrp, M% Imake the test of the old and nw -I- -U
E l P erto CabeDoto A. Zem. methods under government instruct. lorida and Alabama
U U .Nortoybet. Nor bk, Christensen, tlon. The plan Is to put in two pieces LAND COMPANY
14_ ., Bwsesi Ayre to master. -e of land to the same crop, planting one Maaufaeturerm
San Ato, Spin. bk, Rearm, 1242, U. S. Government is Now according to the most approved imeth- sandDealer.s t
SpeTo, lan. bk, *, 1i 42, U. S. oermn sN wod and the other after tLe system of LUM"R. XVED YRE I
ata, Nr k, Joh 14, Following the Foo tillage that has obtained in the south NC PR SAP S S
ILwverpool to faster. Following in the Foo- for so many years, the same amount
SLoowest A ertelM. Ital k, IUttere, of fertilizer being used in both. The CREW NOT ain. Owner.
S_143 1 GenOso to master. steps f Japan. government will furnish seed If it is n orConsignees of the Steam-
6 Mm OtL omhners possible to obtain guaranteed 4eed, ship Zanzibar, will be respon-
DImaa Christita. Am ach, Frisbte. otherwise it will not, as it does not sble for dobts contracted by
16, BeUae to master. Just at the time when this country want to compromise Itself by putting th J.e crw TORKIL ON
is beginning to struggle with the prob- forward other than the best. The KEYSER-MULDON ('.. Captain.
%oeoe r ~t p arrived yester- TAX NOTICE. iem of husbanding its forest resources, keynote of the new departure (which Consignees.
W IC heThe state and County Tax of protecting its mountain slopes, and in many parts of the country is as CREW NOTICE
of Improving the waterways, it is in- oldas the hill) is deep plowing late N either the Captain, Owners,
T% asmMk Artola of the Warren book is now open for pay- teresting to know that the Japanese in the fall or early in the winter. A nor C'onsigneees of the Dan-
laA company's Seet was launched e oet f 19I taxeS. On an have successfully attacked the same disc plow is to be preferred but what- responsmshirimb.dbts contrwill
-dim he made ways yesterday and problem, before the land suffered se- ever is usef the furrows are to be ed by the w of said vessel.
wf tae on s -ie today payments made during No- merely from the evil effects following ten or twelve inches deep and laid up P.-E PAULSEN.
vembe a dis. ount. f 2 p deforestation. The far-sighted people on edge so as to receive and hold the JOHN A. MERRITT & CO. Master.
Svmber a discount O 2 per of Nippon have foreseen the results winter rains to resist the drouth.s that Conlgnees.
The piu ack BalT, will take on Cent. Will be allowed. of the destruction of their extensive more or less trouble all southern soils. CREW NOTICE.
o '" t J.S. ROBERT mountain forces and have- safeguard- Added to this will be more thorough Neither the Captain. Owners,
en.h stea-,ship Trignac sail-. Tax Co r or. under government control. thorough cultivation. This is in re- sponble for dbts contracted
SThe practice of forestry has been erence to ground that lays bare dur- by the Crew of said vessel.
airriedh stmship Eas r ar. ed on in Japan for a longer time ing the winter, but the primal idea i JOHN A. ERRITT & o apt
L I I planting and growing forests, with a The aim is to get people out of the -
*- 5 Ullih I success that has been a little short of rut of cotton and corn and corn and LC -i Advertis ents.
L1 cipany has i- marvelous. Under careful manage- cotton. cotton and corn, both soil con- ts.
t ar P as miang list of U fl uent, the Japanese forests yield very suing -rops and this larger agricul- I,, amiia Ct.,.nty Circuit ourt,
Isaninsprt; d:E high financial returns. This hign ture must necessarily emrace ore aore.t Adin r n Boy-.
V iv a in pert; Ida, | | IVIIl I1 lyeld is only made possible by the live stock. It is cowing, even here kins. by !er next h,.st fri.,nd. Osar --"
I c-lose utilization of every bit of thi in Florida. the new agriculture, the eft. vs oilliam Adkens. on Aond1iv. th-,
Ge-Paneso a er. and by the improvement of the growth one acre will do what ten does not appear to the bill filed against him h,-re-
NUb S'of their forests by carefully conduct- do today, in. This order to be punished ea.h week
Noa i are first thinned at the age of thirteen tion work" thus far, as I see it, lies In said Esambia ('nunt. ub i
teV. 1. the Position Of Lights .vears, and then every five years after in the inability of the government to ANGUS M.'M.MILLAN,
S a-Vens, in port, end ot that up to the time of the final har- furnish good seed, or to pledge itself (l-rk Circuit Court.
S steamer, rly Deec- Indicating Storms. vest. at 120 years. to furnish good seed. No Ioubt this Pensacola. Fla.. Ot. 22 L .
InrlCaLing Irs I was with the opening of the will be remedied some day by "dem- oct23oaw4w
lbrU nk Nov. 1t; a -- hitherto inaccessible mountain forests onstration work" in seeds as well as

D -r kstom ', Nov. 10. The following important notice to most intensely interested iu forestry. to furnish seeds for all it- work. At an.e with the provisions contained in th
-74 a, NOv. 12. Mar- mariners has been Issued through the trhe mountains were still government present it cannot lope for best results deed of trust made by the P-ns-acola
_v. -S .1. local weather bureau: land. so all that was necessary to pro- when relying on individual growers to Country club Company to R. M. Bushnell.
tect them was to place proper restric- purchase seeds at random. The best rsof the Pensacola Country ti
JApusa an-. Nakso On sp after January 1. 1909. in tions on the sa l and ct tti; cf tim- methods will not infrequently be de- Company numbered 19. 29. 3X. 66 and 73.:
90o11t. the display of night storm warnings ber. This was effected by declaring heated under such conditions. I am have been drawn and will be r-deeme-,
none--A steamer. now of the United States weather bureau the forests on tile steep slcr s as re- gotng to white this to Secretary Wil- upon preentation to the Firstn matbetal
". a red light alone will indicate east- served forests, in which the only cut- son. asking if it will not be possible 1908, and from that date all interest on
ting should be done nnder govern- hereafter for government *-eed farms the saaid bonds 't-ases
MAprhe. erly winds. and a white light below meet direction. The forests on agri- to be operated in each state, giving PENSACOLA COUNTRY CLUB cO..
t Dr. s .. 'rkoe li119, a red light will indicate westerly cultural lands, not needed for protec- object lessons in seel saving and oct2loaww S etarL .
t he I a -NIsM Co. minds. tion. are classed as available forests. crowing seed sufficient for the general etary.
h e foregoing action the and here the cutting is not so careful work. NOTICE.
W O 0m-'11" 10. positions formerly occupied by the red ly restricted. One ca easily see what tis work ompaeof P the outhern states Lber17.
and white lights in indicating west- Thus Japan has effectually prevent- may mean to the future of this coun- 1s. Notice I- hereby given that tt
_2 11 a en-31, 06k a T'l early winds. ed the stripping of her mountain try. The interest on 140 millions of annual meeting of the stockholdders of thi A G
Vt WILLIS L. MOORE, s!ctes before any great damage ha dollars (I think I am right) will now hed at its .-e in th City of Pen.a-
Or me. WUN. & 1713, Chief P. S. Weather Bureau. been .done. In some districts. where be devote.] to this and kindred work cola. on t 1:h day of Novemnber, A.rD.
ton-o 8 p t* (the mountains are near the towns, the for southern farmers. ls1. at 11 o'clock a. m.
S --- .. m ,ll A Hai's Breadth Escape. steep slopes have already been cleared * (18ra F. F. BIN'wHer
SR6nt hea &, M ILw Do yoi sknew that every time you and this has resulted in floods and It would seem as though Japan
-. have a i c gh or cold and let it run on the washing down of the soil from uld have more consideration for .--- -- _
l lU--&-- i n lft 2M Refme t2aftg it will jist cure its elf ou the slopes on to thc fe-a ..]- our feeling or rather for the feelings .,
am r vting pneium oia consumption the csecases have been exceptional, and of the Hon. Richmond Pearson Hob- Mobile & Gulf Steamship Co.,
" V6, K or sMne other pulmonTry trotrble? have merely served as a warning, son than is indicated by her open In connection with the Atlanta & St. LIF
--0. 0 2 Gumf Don't risk it Put your lungs back in which Japan has heeded before it was arms policy with which she -a. greet- Andrews Bay RaUiway steamship Manteo,
& -0116 perfect health and stop that cough too late to prevent widespread de- ed our fleet. After we have dined and freight and passenger service between
47s.-t I II % sw~a Ballard's Horoehound Syrup. struction. wined so long on the "-yellow peril." MobH, Peacoga, Panama City, St. An-
S4 - t 1c. cad 0 per bote FUNERAL NOTICE. it is something of a jar to say the drws, Milvi:le and all pointson St. An- SC
Edi.v S iltr. iS.._ . ... &3y w ..T.e enudedery .,A-FUNEA lNOTIC E. least to'feel the armat the litte 21- diew Day, making connections whth A. --
r4sWol,.to owa r .. p*Jlemberte. driast a"n apotheay. The funeral of Mrs. B. It. Pitt will ma.ed-ayed lms pnusmg around our B St. A. Ry. trmakin Panama Co with A.Tues-
PaN p'e eas A tr .aggk V-. 121 mth Palflox stet., P ens*ik occur at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at neck andier *shek presong against a s A. Ry. tan Pama City. Tues-
n. ,i,132, I the family home, corner of LaRua and our brawny bo-i,- -Dear me! days -o Thursdys.
.B-n n. Br4 .1632 a Barcelona streets. Interment in1 St. LAbout e biggest peS of f l bui- and passenger rates apply to" ""
.r. . The Journal delivered at 'ohn c eme"er. ness that ever streamed through the Bell Phone 1250.
to sa re r iyour door, bhc a week. ai ii .a fLateosIs the "yellow peril" Ja-
S to JulIrus Savwer.l your door, 10c a week. Subscribe for The sin th are ybo 9tllw w- SIDNEY- KAHN, Agent. C


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while you save.
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Two Tramps at the Orpheum.
Mrris I. Roberts and Harrie W.
Matlock, the globe trotters, who are
known as the "two tramps." will be
on of the attractions at the Orpheum
tonight. The two men arm making a
circle of the United States and have
a great deal of the distance covered.
Temlght they will relate to the and-
lose at the Orpheat a .number of
Sther experiences ea the long tramp.
Swhic woh i prove lateresttg.

"The TM" Coming."
Charles Prohman'a production of
"7he Thief." with Charle-i Dalton,
'Herbert Ke5cey and XD* Shannon,
wilch wiU come to Peasacula. Friday,
Nov. 13. is the most extraordinary
eantribution to the serious drama
made in several decades. The great
twame of "Thi Thlef"-one that ap-
peak to every member of every atrata
ot society the world over Baa been
deftly, brilliantly handled by Henrt
Bernstein, its author, and his- whole
,workmanship deme.atrates abilities
that are a little short of genius.
There Is scarcely any emotion that
Bernstein does not arouse-not Po
much by direct appeal as by a kind
of indirection, which is only possi-
hle to the highest and -nost finished
artistry. The spectator is better for
having seen "The Thief." a play that
stimulates toae mind through the me-
dium of the emotions which are reach-
-,d by methods at once legitimate. log.
ical and artistic. No motive of "The
Thierf" would be complete without a
mention of the superb cast which Mr.
Prohman has provided for the inter-
rn'tation of Its clear-cut. masterly de-
fi',,d .-haraeters. Mess.;C. Charles
T.TlTon and Herbert Kel.-vy and Miss


Effle Shannon constitute a trio of
players of Incomparable brilliancy and
well deserved reputation. To these
three have been intrusted the princi-
pal roles in "The Thief." and the sub-
ordinate roles are played by Arthur
Lawrence, Leonard Ide, Cecil Owen.
and Edith Blair. Charles Frohm-an
tpersoally selected this company and
all rehearsals aave been conducted by
n't temU in words what the trou-
ble l; but If tst complexion gets
=ty, if it gets weaker and weaker,
flesh and is cross and peevish
you oa be certain that IL has worms.
live it W'hite's Cream VermnifugP.
ginmantmed harmless. Expels th.,
worms and puts the baby in a healthy
normal condition.
Sold and recommended by W. A.
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New Industries Formed

Dixieland During the

Past Week.


Special to The JCurnal.
Ghattanooga. Tenn.. Nov. 5.-The
accompanying list. obtained from the
Tradesman. indicates thle more import-
ant new industries established in the
Soutii duliig t lie week ending today.
Aside from this very gratifying ex-
hibit of new construction, the Trades-
mian is in receipt of re ports from all
sections of the South indicating the
resumption of many industries which
had suspended for greater or less time
on account of the panic last year. It
is especially noticeable that manufac-
to:ries in all lines of lunimer products
arc resuming their former activity and
giving employment to many Thousands
of common and skilled laborers. An-
other evidence of increasing industrial
activity throutigiout Iihc South is to he
seen in the or!'ganiz,t ion of new rail-
load conipanie.. anid the re-sumption
of" work aloniu construction lines with
!',he old coiinainies which had been
iplaniiid a.ui. heguni prior to the 1907
I depression. A carefi.l perusal of the-
f',;iowin, list of t'ievi industries for the
week di .-lo.-.s *uitie ;t. number which
are of more tilaii ordinary importance
on account; of the amnounl of capital
involved Anong the larger concerns
in the lisl are a tobacco company in
Alabama capitalized at $250,i00; two
electric light plants in Arkansas; an
ice factory in Plorida: two water
works plants in Georgia; a spiuning
company in Kentucky; a $250.000 land
company in Iouisiana: a $100,000 saw
mill company in Mississippi: four min-
ing companies in Missouri: a $50.000
!umber company in North Carolina:
two oil companies in Oklahoma: a gas
plant in South Carolina: an electric
light plant in Tennessee; a $1,000,000
development company in Texas; a
$20,000,000 chemical company in Vir-
ginia and an electric company in West
I Virginia. The Tradesman's complete
Ilist for the week is as follows:
Alabama-$S.0O40 machinery works;
$5,000 electric' supply company: $200,-
'000 land company.
Albertville-Electric light plant.
Montgomery--$250.000 tobacco com-
M\Ionroeville-$35,000 land company.
j Mobile-$10,000 lumber company.
Womble-Electric light plant.
Nashville-Stave factory.
Little Rock-$20,000 cotton com-
Mena-Canning factory.
Wideners-$5,4000 warehouse com-
DeWitt-$(100.000 rice mill and de-
velopment com pany.
Danville-$10.000 electric light PIant.
Ileslie-Water works.
Tampa-Ice factory.
Live Oak-Brick works.
Atlantar-$60.000 manufacturing com-
pany; $10,000 motor car company.
Covinvton-Water works.
East Point-$15.0041 electric light
plant: $50,000 water works.
Swainsboro-Telephone Company.
Manchester-Cotton mill.
Louisville-$30.000 spinning com-
New Orleaus-$2:5.(000 land comr
Dlodson-C'a uing factory.
Arcadia-Oil and gas company.
lIear Creek--$20.iip lumber com-
('ollins-$1tth.000 saw mill company.
J Missouri.
Si. l ,,lis-$-$0,.1100 lumber company:
chemical conipany: $35,0 O nmaaufac-
turing company: $16.000 steel works.
S50l.0Ai0 snmelting and engineering com-
pany: $S1."00t building (company: $40.-
000 cooperate 2 -oimpan.y: $50.010 en-
gineerinig (-oompany.
Kansats (it --$ lt.)o0 ini\ men;
corutiipanly: $:7.,0I'10 coal and mining
comnl I) iiy.
.loliii- $:200.Oto) mliuingi oemuipan.
$5.i0 o niil mini cotupany': $.U.ii n miin-
in (c<)Ii |p:11i...

Veh Ci -i ,iitt t~'xit c~]
pa iI .%

-at---m- a7-qy*-T-au- pt ,-c North Carolina.
121 South Palafox street. Pensacola,. e- l5.000ao':.o

Results of Voting con, i loan
Contests Up to Yesterday! ilmin oI,:-$.-i.o o con,

The Sacred Heart churcti has start- t:'Ti,.]h 4'.'. l tra.iipo;tat-ion
ed a voting contest for Ihe moniott poP- corn,;
ular member of the city council. The Oklahoma.
winner will receive a hand.onie part's Ia!ie .-vil,.--K;,'ie-t .-inPpl com-
ent at the Bazaar which will be ii- >it s\ $ ,1o1 ,,1; ,u ::r.
en at the chlurc.i on Nove'-biero l~i. Sha\ .+-, .t', i, c, i o pin-
The votes so far polled -.vr,- r 'Ouiint Souti' Carolina.
ed yesterday by Mess.-s. ';eor'-e il. as : r.
Morgan and F. J. Ri".t -d i ,. I .. t, -,:--'i:.lin and loan conm-
suit was as follows: ,I
Prank Rei'll t Tennessee.
B. Rochebla e N,.-:: .I!. -k$I4.,,,,< I 1.>:i'e stone
.1. N. Andrews 15 ..*,,.;. ,.
L. S. Brow n 5. n ov .,. <-,,,, ...... ;, .. ..........

I The Kuppenheimer and Lawrence -

Labels are a Policy of Protection against
phase of clothes inferiority. In blacks, blues.
handsome designs of the November-December.

$15.00 to $35.00

Corner Palafox
and Main
Phle 297

H. 0. 0ANSON
Pensacela, Florida.


Corner Palafox
and Gov't.
Phene 476

$6,000 lumber company; machine
Somerville--$100,000 building and
loan company.
Rogersville-Electrie light plant.
Burns-Telephone company.
Houston $2ot,000 oil company;
brush factory.
Bridgeport-Brick works.
Dallas-Building and loan company;
$25,000 oil and gae company.
Adkins-Hardware company; cotton
Kingsville--$60.000 land and irriga-
tion company.
Ho'uston--$1.000."U10 development
Bartle-t-Telephone company.
Sherman-$10.000 bottling work-.
Rockport-Laundr y.
(;alveston---$15,004l chemical eorn-
San llenito-$10.00t0 -onsitritrrion
company y.
Iockhart-$30.000 oil and gin conm-
Paris-$36.000 warehouse company.
Strasburg-$5,000 chenmjicarl com-
Newport News-$25.000 loan com-
Clifton Forge-$25..00o machine and
foundry company.
Norfolk-S110.000 lunmb er company.
land comlyeny.
Richmond $20.000.000U henical
company: $20.000 distillery.
Orange-Brick works.
West Virginia.
New C(,umberlaaud-$5.,0( electric
company .
K 'ler-S25.000 limninor company.
Cleveland $5i.0i.00 development

company y.
Charlestont-$25.oui>, mining com-
pan '.

Smoke the El Proviso 5c
Cigar, for sale at Imperial
Cigar Stores.


the steps of rhe huge Manufactur ,s trial court of honor with its beautiful
building. The director general pre- cascades and geyser basin is almost
rented figures showing that the completed and it is expected that wa-
expositioni was more than 70 per cent. to'r will be turned on the middle of No-
complete and that the remaining vember. Acres of lawn are coated
work was of such a character that it with a heavy turf of refreshing green.
could be rushed to the tinal state in The sunken gardens are finished.
a few months To make doubly sure Miles of sewers, water mains and
the director of exhibits .mas instructed electric conduits have been laid, all
all exhibitors that goods will be re- permanent work for the university.
ceive-d any tiime arter- M.irch ist or (;;as .nains are now going in and
next yea.r.( and that .-,r. ithini mu-rt when that is once.finishe4 the con-
be in place two wveel.s before tne" :- I tractor.s will start laying asphalt over
flcial opening. This certainly look:; the eleven miles of streets and walked.
as if the promise would hie realized+ Every curbing is est and this work
Three of th: "r.-at ertutanent build- will Not take over two months to fin-
ings which will he turned over to tije ish. Several miles of cinder paths
University of Washinm; on at the end winding through the virgin forest.
of the fair are flnish'dl. A fourth through beautiful glen.? and shady
will be occupi,;d by Januaryy 1st. The nooks are ready.
two main exhibit palaces.. the Mann- The green houses which have been
facture- and Agt-icultur.- buildings. in operation for two years have over
have been fini-lihd for 4evoral months, a million plants ready lor transplant-
T-io mining ,place and the fisheries ing. Over 250,000 rose busiles are In-
building. the hospital and th;. fire sta- eluded in this huge number. Several
tion have been in use for months. The thousand tubs containing vines tbAt
power plant is ready to start up. Or- will grace the pergolas of the gr at
egon fini-hed her p)alati:.l building in palaces are waiting to be placed and
September and entertained the Trav- more are thriving under the garden-
eling Passenger Agents who met in er's care. There is going to be no
Seattle during that month Califor- mistake about the decorative features,
nia. wlhichi will have one of the larg- of the exposition. It will be one ot
.-st buildings on the ground.-, will an- the, most distinctive parts of the bril-
tiounce her.building completed by .lan- liant s&ow and people will go away
uray let. The Washington state from Seattle next year with pleasant
building. which will be permanent. is memories of the masses of roses, the
going up rapidly. Contracts have great rhododendron banks, the fra-
heen le' with a time limit of Febru- grant flower beds of the sunken gar-
ary for the Arctic Brotherhood. fores- dens, tne graceful festoons of VInes
try and women's btiildi:ngs. The Un- that are found everywhere. The eyes
Ited States government has its plans will not have grown tired from the
ready and the commissioners will let glare of glass white paint and dusty
the contracts within ten days and the patis; the great stretches of green
!Biilding' must be r'-ady two months turf, the everlasting green of the giant
before th1. opening. Ev.-ry other firs and cedars, the green, green every-
btlldine to be er-cteld ianI be run up) where will afford full relief and peo-
in two to thr.-' nuits-.. -o there is pie will more than ever realize the
no danger of th- :,ilding side being boast of Washington as the Evergreen
behind. state.
How alion; ,h.- roiuid-,n is often The 1909 exposition is going to be
a -ed! TIe :ite. o 25.f-0 :,( r.,s of vir- ready on the opening day and the
gin forest ; ha lt-n clear-d. graded. visitor need not wait. It will' be
road and ;path !:id u;( t. The cen- come early and avoid the rush.

Lew W 'hecer--tComedian.
Tesa Hale & Co.- --Ln The lUttle Part-
ner." featuring little BetsUe SheldoMa.
America's Grreatevt Child Actress.
SWilsom Stutersa-rashton Plates of V u-
deville, Introducing Singing and = amc-
Life Motton Picture, with effect.
Maind& ee every day, 4" 3 p. n. Admbt-
sion. 10 cents to allt.
Three night shows. 7:-.. 5:30 ald 9:30
p. m. Night prices, ten and twenty cetLs



Our press machines

double the life of your


Empire Laundry Co.,

"Where Uses Lat

Phone up 322.

Every day. The Escambia
Oyster Depot has moved to
112 South Palafox St., Phone

Dr. Jno. B. Tiller
Has recovered and will resume practice
during regular *fice hours at 310 letant

Will resume his practice in the eat Can
be found at Whites Pharmacy In thay
and at his residence at night.
Office phone. No. 190. JeM ce phase.
No. 477.


I have several editions of Shakespeare.
but this ad. concerns the-
Thiu is a beautiful edition. com tete.
with notes. published by The Meaillan
Company, nluatratfd& printed In India.
paper, full limp leather. In forty volnmes.
I have put a special low price of MS.50
on this aet.
Daw &M9, Mo a g 111

Regular Convocatioan of
Horeb Chapter. No. 4. R. A. ..
Monday. Nov. 9th at 7:80 o'ek.
V1lsltlng cM'Inon. 'ratereny
invited. AMRy %. IBB81
F. A A. M.
aSpecial (oD.mmuBication otf Eaem-
U bla IAdig,., No. 15. P. & A.,M..
Friday. Nov. ,. at 7:30 o'Wck.
Work In the I. A. dgree. tt-
Ing brothers fraternally lTted.
W. W. WAT90o.
Volunteer Veteran Ptrhma' As ocia-
tions meets at Knights of C.lmbus
Hall te first FPrday in each eMbh.
Nami L de No. 10, Dau* MS
Rebekah Mt every MMay-I _
s *'clock at I. 0. F.
later* cerially invited to be pr1t.
*'~ ~ mm"i *



j Great World's Fair at Seattle
Next Year to Set New


Mail Launch

Pensacola, Mary Esther and eggy Mal
James Jerauld. Capt.
Leave Landing Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 7:20 a. rf.. mnakhn regular steps
at Harris, Mary Esther. amp Walton.
Deatin and Boggy.
Returning. lea ve- sogNy Tuesday.
Thiiriday and Saturday at L:00 a. m., ar-
ri'ing P,-nsac-olii 1:30 p. m.
Passmg'.!-" and freight service.
For rates apply to D. Mi. WitlUerill.
Contractor and MKfinragr. Landring 713
South Palafox. Phone 650.

^1DIR> A MFI 'bPtgF da h ib:um] h.- frc, -,,ox %n t! 1
OPERA HO U E daS of .ll '*. : jtg t at- of ::lt
UE- EP *E V~ ;,\).Alaska-Yikou-Pacli<- ,-xpo--ition w.ill
ONE NIGHT. bI throwiu p 'n O 1 ;ii Pa.-n. For
o i' ti',in .th. and. a half the o first 't
FRIDAY, NOV. 13. ;t;. t\-,. w,,- F.Piai, .-ill .- vis-
"A GOOD PLAY FOR HUSBANDS AND it:'. 'rom all part>- of thi,' globe. It
V'IVES TO SEE." lihe :itor ,' on 1i la-t day. .r
Arthur Bresbae s Editorial zn the N. V. in A\iusi t." on1 the- open ig day. h-
Journal.) or .ipe will 'In1I ihing. rth, sam-,. ,
CHARLES FROHMAN Presentsa th- intition of tiie officials of this
Tre Great Dramatic Sensation. Xe .\ ion .I: br-ak all exposition ret'
Sords:, to establish a precedefin and
-Tr T*- hve all romeplete and iti :radiness on
11| U IE F | the opening; day. The so' -an of h-
i enterprisf- i'- just that "R-'ady-on-th -
By Henri Bernstein iopening-da "- Vhe people of Sea:tle
As Played for Ten Months at the Lyceum and the P .ififc Northwest are accus-
Theatre. New York. toAned to .i!oing thinz. and they will
S"Every Lover of the Drama Should Go'do tii's with characteristic ; ilARupTi.-!!
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Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
Charges Moderate.
Office. Masonic ldg, Next to Dr. Welch's
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