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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.
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Publication Date: 11 7, 1908
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
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VOL. iL-NO. 288.


* *EB WILL BE NAMED
4 'E


PENSACOLA, PFLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7, 1908.


ICE AND


SECRETARY OF NAVY


STEAMSHIP KING

SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS


PRICE, 5 CENTS.


BIG AUTOMOBILE RACE

FOR THANKSGIVING DAY


HcM Be Offered the Sec-
retaryhip, Accordi to
LateReport.


FRED W. CARPENTER
TO JrC'C-.D HIM

The Latter Has Been Judge
Taft's ]Private Secretary
For Many Years-Presi-
dent-Elect is Now En
Route to Hot Springs, Va.,
For Rest and Recupera-
tion.

3, Ae_=siated g. s_
CincIanatl. tv. .-PresIdeatelekt
Taft. Mrs. Taft, and Fred W. Carpen-
ter. Mr.- Taft's private secretary. left
this city tonight for Hot 9S&ings Va.,
Where Judge Taft will remain for rest.
and recrenioa until Thanksgiving.
* The day was a most quiet one for the
presfaeetOlect mteo the el-etion.
He ad a toonference with Myron
T. Herrick, but stated afterward that
no maters of signifeance were dis-

SJudge Taft today sent a cablegram
to OovTraor Magooa, at Havana, ex-
pre li g his condaleaces at the death
of President Palsa.
While no offleal annomacenmet ha%
:been made. it is known on reliable au-
thority that Fred" W. Carpenter, who
has been Judge Taut's. secretary for
2mtany years, will be his secretary as
president, ucoe-4iug Wm. Loeb, Jr.,
who. It Is stated, may haVe the poai-
(ion of secretary of the navy in the
Taft cabinet if he so Je-.ireg.

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By. amaclta Pome
Santtag Cuba. Nov. 6.-BuInmess
'was suspended today and the entire
population participated in the funeral
of Tomas Etrada Palma. former
president of Cuba. Twent3-six organ-
izations. Including the United States
troops and rural guards were in the
cortege.
George Alfred Belt. re!iresentatlve
of Governor Magoon: the governor of
the province of Oriente. the mayor of
Santiago and the preside it of the
provincial council made'up the guard
of honor. The funeral was the larg-
est In the history of Santiago.
FATAL QUARREL OVER GUN.
Wetumpka. Ala.. Nov. 6.-At the iit-
tle settlement of Seman, two white
nein. Smith and Bailey. became engag-
*-d in a dispute yesterday over the
ownership of,'a shot -un. So fierce
diu the quarrel become that the gun
was brought into play and Bailey lies
at hi home mortally wounded. wbille
Smith is lodged In the Jail in East
Wetumnpka.


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REJOICING IN PANAMA.
By Associated Press.
Planaia, Nov. 6.-T'n elec-
tion of Mr. Taft has been learn-
ed here with rejoicing on the
part of many Panamalans anid
followers of Obaldia. Mr. Taft
made many friends In the tlth-
tusa during his visit ihee, and
they are highly gratified over
his victory, which they believe
will prove a source of benefit
to Panama. The celebration
in honor of national independ-
ence which has been giing on
for three days came to an ead
today.


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Society Girls Are

Severely Arraigned

fy Ass&la:eft Aa. Learn how to wash a man's silk
Chicago, Nov. 6.-Sciety girls. underwear without tearing it.
whether In Chicago. New York or Learn to master the mysteries of
Washington or'elsewhere, should quit the kitchen, instead of the mysteries
of the drawing room.
the gay social whirl and be of some "Society girls become vain and
practical use to the world, according worthless," he said. "because they are
to Charles D. Lewis, editor of the 86- petted and coddled too much before
biological Review, of Philadelphia. marriage. They have too mucla lets-
In an address before the Englewpod ure and not enough work.
Woman's Culture club today on ithe "They go gadding about in automo-
bringing up of girls he said in tile biles and spend much time at tMe
course of his talk that society girls matinees, eating chocolate candies
should ,with foolish young men In swallow
Sew buttons on old clothes when tailed coats.
needed. i "When they marry they bring their
Strive to bake bread without burn-' husbands superficial beauty, plenty of
ing it to pieces. vanity and a smattering of book learn-
Study how to wash dishes without hag. That 1i about the limit of their
breaking them. accomplishments."


Maryland's Electoral Vote

Divided, Bryan 6, Taft 2

By Asmsclated Pres. the pottular vote cast for the elector
Baltimore. Md.. Nov. 6.-Calcula- receiving the highest nu.nber. Taft
tions of the official returns from Tues- carried the state by 561 votes. His
day's election, show the electoral vote elector polling the highest vote re-
of Maryland to be split, Bryan get- ceived 116,471, and th highest Bryan
ting six electors and Taft two. On elector 115,910.


WHOLE FAMILY



ASPIYXITED

Husband Returns Home and
Finds Wife, Mother and
Son Dead.

SWaa'lftslan,w AT. .-"amrea persons
rwere ap att by s ftm
a ^itchea stoe -here late today. The
house was occupied by the family of
Clarence L. Bredner-nan, a steno-
ographer employed at the congression-
al library.
When Brennerman, returned from
his work this evening he found 'Ais
wife. his mother and his infant ;ton
dead on the floor.



2 MMERSLOST



TO DEMOCRATS


Late Returns Give Republi-
cans Two More Con-

gictSSilcil.

an Associated Press.
Chicago. Nov. 6.-Returns from con-
gressional districts throughout the
day, resulted in a republican gain of
two as compared with the figures of
last night. The contest 1'. the Fifth
Nebraska district is extremely close.
and will require the official count to
determine the result. According to
reports to date the next bouse will
consist of 218 republicans and 173;
democrats.
EMPEROR WILLIAM VISITING
EMPEROR RANCIS JOSEPH
By Associated Press.
Vienna, Nov. 6.-Emperor William.
of Germany. arrived this evening on
a brief visit to Emperor Francis Jo-
seiph. The coming of the emperor iA
regarded as a demonstration of the
German good will toward the Austrian
attitude on the "near eastern ques-
tion." and the public turned out la
large numbers to cheer his majesty.


WILL HEAL



THE BREACH

m *y Associated Press.
New Orleans. Nov. 6.-Steps- are to
e takeninin the early future which, it
Is believed, will heal the breach be-
tween the farmers' unions throughout
the south.and the various cotton ex-
changes., including the New Orleans
body.
Negotiations are to be made be-
tween the anioM sad l xl chang.
standing will be established. At the
request of W. 1. Thompeon. president
of the New Orleans exchange, C. S.
Barrett, the president of the National
Farmers' union. will appoint a commit-
tee which will meet the cotton ex-
change's contract revision committee
and suggestions will be considered as
to tae new form of contract to be
adopted.
NEW LAW IS VALID.
New Orleans,. Nov. t;.-The first test
of the new Louisiana law prohibiriiig
a mon-resident corporation from trans-
ferring suits .from the civil to federal
courts was decided by Judge Satmders
In the United States circuit court here
today, when an injunction -was issued
restraining the Texas and Pacific rail-
road from violating this law.
HUSBAND OF BASEBALL
PLAYER GETS A DIVORCE
By Associated Press.
St. Paul. Nov. 6.-Wm. Beasley.
whoge wife, Theresa. joined a female
baseball team and liked the sport so
well thal she refused to return to him.
was today granted a divorce by the
county court.


Chas. W. Morse, Wrecker of
Bank of North America,
Sentenced Yesterday.


PRESIDENT ALFRED
H. CURTIS FREE


Sentence Was Suspended in
His Case Mrs. Morse
Collapsed When Sentence
Was Passed-A Stay of
Execution For Ten Days
Was Granted by Judge
Hough.

By Associated PrMsM'
New York, Nov. 6..-Charles wV.
Morse. whose sensational rise in the
financial world daatied: America, was
sentenced today -to eervw fifteen years
in prison for misapplication of the
funds ot.,the National Bank of North
America, of which he was a director
and ebatrolling owner. Alfred H. Cur-
tis, former president of Ve bank, who
had been jointly indicted with .Morse
and with him found guilty %y a jury in
the federal court yesterda$.was grant-
ed the clemency recomweaed by the
jury. In his case sentence was sus-
pended.
A .stay of execution W* ten days in
NMorse's sentence was "grantel upon
application of onunsel and it is exie'-
ed that an appeal from both the con
eviction and the sentence wilt be
taken Immediately.
Dramatic Scene.
The scene in the court room when
sentence was pronotXced by Judge
Hough was a most dramatic one. The
wives of the two prisoners. who had
been constant attendants at court dur-
ing the entire trial. wer0 present eariy
today as it anxious to ceer their 'hnu-
bands b.3 their presenuctia theAe-ing
ordeal which confronted thea-. hen
the. real lest came, ihoWever. it was
the husbas a is a not the w6e. who
proved the real coniforte, Mibrse sat
like it stoic when he behAth words
which condimne4d _tAL -igsoLn.
_-e--- :, w go---see m ie-
'eyelld and to zho< w"rhthtched ere
was no loner even the shadow of a
doubt That the "little mloan" was indeed
a -man of iron nerve. Cirrtis. too, a cepted the news which came to hinm-
good news in his ease-with the' sam..
lack of etmoilon that characterized hi-'
former chief. *
Mrs. Morse Collapsed.
Butt tho .-trail had been Poo great
for thi- wonimen. A~ the tr-uth of what
Judge Hl.' ghi'- words meant flashedt
through i ir niid,d. .\Mr-. .Mors,. who.
ltrot-gh a1 thI.- trying days of tlie trial
had :i.ese-rvd l ani uiiilrlffled dteineainor
collapsed i' lher seat. buried her face
in her hlaid.s adiii b'gani to .so!b onviul-
sivel'3. Siill we.pin -ihe was I -1
away to ai l aiite-rooiu. where,. ;I ni I
nieut later, her husband held hetr in
his arms and sothlit to conisol., her.
Nor was Mrs. ('urlis i any :ore itre'
pared for theta :ier\osi strain :han 3Mr'.
Morse. Mrs. C('rii'-. Awihin hthe aiii.
gazed Intenrly at .Judge lHough as he
began to p. ieal. She had been ill and
several times during thlie trial had heon
forced to leave 4her place in The court
room. Today hlwr face was drawn
and while, tellinoi of a night of min
(Continued on Second Page.)


Stockholders of Booth & Co.


Will Reorganize the Firm


By Associated Press. the idea at this time that the share.
Chicago, Nov. 6.-Stockholders of holders should raise through stock
A. Booth & Co. have undertaken to assessment something like $665.000.
raise funds for a reorganization of the It is thought that $16 a share on the
company. They have been in confer- $~o.50i0,00 preferred stock and $;.50
ence with the creditors' committee of on the $3.000,000 commo-i would be
the Chicago banks and while definite sufficient. The company indebted-
pllans Uave not been reached, it is ness is roundly $5.200.000.


Eighteen Children Rescued

From a Burning Building


By Aswsciated Press.
Chicago, Nov. 6.-Eighteen childre-n
were rescued from a fire that started
on the third floor of a four-story brick
,building last night which caused a lose
of $S3,000. The buHding is occupied
by makers of '.iildren' ,'lothli'g.


Smoke from the fire was carried into
the home of Isaac Lamb. where his
eleven children were asleen and they
were carried out by detectives. aided
by the father. The .detectives then
ran to the home of Mrs. iary Miller.
wite-' i .itey carried out seven children..


Uncle Sam-Gosh! It's- over.


Roosevelt May be

United States Senator


By Assoclatee Press.
W 1a- ington. Nov. 6.-Thai Presi-
dlent Roosevelt .nay !wi the s owce'Sior"
of Senator Plait in the senate is con-
siderd b)y many in Wastiington as not
at all improbable. Those who regard
this possible declare that they have
assurances from the pretsi'Jent himself
that he would not he entirely averse
to th election to the senatorial of-
fice under conditions as .-iey would
be atter the 4th of March.
So far as nown he has made no
recent expression on the subject, bnut
he has said within the last y."ar that
with Mr. Taft as president he would
not feel the same hesitancy about en-


* tring the enatee that he would feel
with some one els,- in tile White
House w-ith Aiuoin hi W rl.ia iiis were
not as iniimate as the.. %were with Mr.
'iaf".
He has said. that knowing Mr. Taft
as he do-s and agreeing with him in
all essentials as lie does. he is confi-
dent that there would not be any oc-
casion far antagonism, lie has not
gone to tile extent at anlv iine of indi-
cating that he would desire the office
even with 1M;. Taft a.- president, but
merely has said that with itim in that
position, his chief i-vason for not de-
siring the senatorial Ioh-,ion would'
disappear.


Seven Perish in Flames
a- I.--. ,1&-- a-.oft.


no as 1k~k 11 I


LliUSCU iDy USIng kiUw tvzil


*y Associated Prss, a young school teachf-r who was
Swan like, Manitobht Nov. 6.-The .-ta:iing overnight with the family, per-
home of E. W. Cary. a farmer living ished in the flames. Car:'y wa.s badly
a few miles south of her,. was de- injured and cannot r.cover. The fire
-troyed by fire today. and Mrs. Carey was caused by Carey lighting rho
and five children and Miss GIUesple, Iitchen stove with coal oil


BOY SHOOTS



HISFATHER

By Assoclatal Press.
Charlotte, N. C. Nov. 6.-Fearful
lest bhis father snould strike his moth-
er. w-hom he was pursuing, with an up-
taised axe, Ernesi T. Hayes. twenty-
years old, shot and mortally wounded
his father, H. T. Hayes. at Hemiont,
near here tonight.
The father was taken to a 'hospital
where it is said he will die. Tne o;oi
surrendered to the police. The trouble
grew out of a demand by the cedeI-
.*Vaycig uponlZhe wife Wr =UOB*44 wu-uto
hi had giveah eer, and when ftsed to coniply Hayes seized cn axe
and pursued her. Ti,' father staled
the boy way jistified, aid breggtd that
! e be uot proset'e.rd.
STEAMER SINKS WITH-
150 PASSENGERS ABOARD
By Associated Press.
Tol-.io. No%. 6.-New-s rvacl',d htere
of the loss of the seamuer Taislh Marc:-
whic.. sunk during a storm off Etorn
Island. One hundred and fift3 p.-rv
sons w'-ret drow,(cd. The v...-s.l was
crowded with fishermen and passen-
gers. and of those aboard only :.o were


sax d


TEN MILE CHAMPS.


N\w York. Nov. be disianice runners in i ,t country
will bt s.en in action at Celtic park.
l.oui Island City, tomorrow, wbh-n
the Amateur Axhle'tic union's ten-ntile
running c:ha-n;ion ihip will be decided.
QUEEN DOWAGER ILL.
Lisbon. Nov. 6.-Newspapers sa:.
the health of Queen Dowagetr Marin
Pia is causing anxiety. She is til
years old.


AN INNOCENT



WOMAN SHOT



AT BAY POINT

Was Seated at Sewing Ma-
chine at 10 a. m., When
She Was Shot.


Mrs. Josephine Lewis, ATonie
at Her Home, the Victim
of An Assassin-She Was
Shot in the Breast and Not
Expected to Live-A Sus-
pect Arrested.

While sea:ed at a sewing machine
iu he'r home as la.\ Point. yesterday
morning. Mrs. .Josphinie le wvi, wife
of leonry Il.eAl.i. as fired upon
lth-rough a window and a load of shot
stni- l helit r fill! in rthe breast.
The shooting oce!rred about 10I
o'clock and wa don.' at a time while
Mrs. |Le#-is was alont' in her home.
Iler injuries ar- be-lieved to be fatal.
aiiiid information fronli lMion lasi
nigh' was lo ;hu effect thlia: .he would
no; ir''covt:. .No- cause is known why
her life was atteinmpted.
SUSPECT ARRESTED.
Then matter was reported uo Sheriff
.Mitchiell. of -Mlil:on. and in about half
ail hour after the shootiiig he arrested
High Poweil. a white man, on situs-
jicion of ha inlg done the shooting.
H- was found a short distance from
the honm of the wounded lad:..
lnvcstization b. Sheriff Mitchell led
o ithe discovery of the tracks of a
i Im.iln nder tine house occupied by
.Al s. L<-wis. When Powell was ar-
.M.sed (cobhwebl)s were said to have
h--)n fou.id ini his hands. "This caused
his arre-st aidl he is being held on
suslpicion of having done the shooting.
Powell denit-.s That Ihe was at the
home and says that .- did not fire
lie shot wliifh -wound'tld .Mrs. Lea'wis.
Hte did no: hav ;a gunll in his posse2-
-ion whYli arr:-ste(d.
M31rs. Lewis was formerly a resident
of Ba_:dad and only r-cenitly nioved to
Bay Point. She is a; sister of Frank
lContinued o.> Secand PaaM.3


Plans Are Rapidly Maturing
Which Will Insure


Such An Event.


PROBABLY TEN


CARS IN THE RACE


Start Will Be From Sunset
Lake and Race Will Be to
Flomaton and Return For
a Cup Which Will Cost
About $100-Owners of
Cars Are Enthusiastic.

An auto.nobile race from hPnsacola
to Flomaton and rettirn wil!l b< on,- of(
the Thanksgiving Day features to bte
witnessed this year. and aill be the
first event of its kind ev pulled oft
in this section of lth,-" s t,t I'lans,
which have? be-n in ti'. takin tfor
several days. have about maturtld. a..-1
those who have colit-nteid to jla(c
their cars in the race are tnthusiabtic,
At least ten cars, all of high speed
will participate in the race. and thE
prize for the oue nmking tfai best
time will be. a silver cup to cost not
less than $lO0.
Must Be Owned Here.
No cars owr,,. in Mobil,. NtNw Or-
leans or other places will be eligibl'i
to enter the race ,as th, Var.s must bh
owned in Escaimbia county. There ar-
some fine machines in the* cit:., navy
yard and Fort Harrancas, and it is
expected tha, many of them will b,-
entered in the fir-t automobile race
to be pulled off in west Florida.
Among those owned in the city are
three Stoddard-Day tons. tree Bui'k,
one Winton. one Rambler. one Ford.
one Chalmers-Detron. one Packatrd
and two Pope-Toledos. At the iavy
yard there Is a Fremnh Darraeq. al
Barratcas a Rambler and red Buick,
audit Pine Barren a Pranklin. While
all of the owners have not signified
their itentlon of entertig the speed
to do so, and have obcoime very" ei.
thusiastic and eager for Thanksgiving
to arrive.
80-Mile Run.
The lace will be an 80-mile rua, and
will test both the speed and endur-
ance of the cars. The plans are to
start at Sunset lake, and run to a
point near Flnamaton. turning there
and coming hack to the starting poin'.
The rars cannot start at the sapit
time. owving to the roads being .-Ar-
row ajnd for fear of a:ccident.s, but they
will be s.'nr away at intervals of about
five minutes, their starting time being
taken by the judges.
The roads from IPensacola to Floma-
ton are in fairly good condition, the
only exception being about OO yards
of sand near Cantonment,. and it ii
expected that fast time will be maeo.
It is probable that a ca: will start.
out about imi or fifteen ininutes in
advatice of those In the race to notify
all of the coming of the r'.cers, sO ;s
to avoid any possibility of danger ,
and to notify those who .nay bav;
t-amns on the road that ng;ht bec 'oirt
frightened at tCie machine..


WHY ELIOT RESIGNED *
* By Asmclated Press. 0
Cambridge., Mass. Novemi:-r
* 6.-"When a man hais ;',( he'd
* the age of seventiy-fiv ... ..s it
* is time to look for r"-: and *
* retirement." declared ( 'harei *
* W. Eliot. of Hlarvard I niv.r- *
* :-it.. in f;)eaking ton.'ight of'? i 0
* r-esignation. annoinc<(d y"r.-r- *
* t.ay. to a large g"h : ing (; f
* Harvard students. !o ( .-e
* naded him -at his hone<. PI'r-i-
* dent Eliot said hi !-, -sig;naditji *
* is meant .;o pr e1do The 1 "Illr
* when lhiSi taultic-, atnd iteatt *
* cea-'e ;o bl: itood. i
t********s*****t


Criminal Libel Charge is

Brought Against a

By Associated Prc". court of Indian ( :ai
Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 6.-An indict- with Deputy Slier
me-rt for criminall libel was served on Greensboro on an
-., tor lester Bltler. of the Caucasian preliminathmr hariin-
h,,re this morning in thlte ase of Re- Ex-Senator I;title
;pttblican State Chairman Spencer B. Sampson county ye
i Adams. against, ex-I'ni'ed States Sen- went to vote, ant
In'or Marion Butier. and the Ca-uasian Greeniboro for the
-or lhiel in the publication of alleged This proceeding i5
changee of corruption on the part of another branch of
.Judge Adams as chief justice of the Judge Adams seek.


n Editor

ms. Editor Butler
iff Ste-ll, went to
early train for the
r was arrested in
yesterday where he
d will also le in
hearing.
s for criminal libe!,
the case in which
A $50,000-Odanage-.


Wants Divorce and Alimony

for Cruelty and Desertion

By Associated Press. sum of $300 per month and oermaaen
Atlanta. Ga.. Nov. 6.-Alleging alimony. May Phelham of No. 6 Ea.-'
cruelty and desertion. Mrs. Ma ltie 31. N.nety-sixth street, New York City, i~
McCall 3e-.sterday filed -.-rit agaiDn&t jiamed as co-respondent. The ,etittio)
he-r husband. David D. McCall. for W sets forth tlut the defendant I. earn-
*~u divorc-. attorieys- fe-s in the sumiin front $Z,00 to $7.0.4 a year, a.nd
ot lo4), :ca

To reach all of the peo-
pie, use both the DAILY
and the WEEKLY JOUR-
NAL.


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-- '- THE PENSACOLA- JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1908.


Me'.-, :,'i,, (uii:is i;-aa.-,,l :a fiirl' reunion. I Aliens in th.ir ancient heritage, the was robbed and his bones taken for
r.ist[l a!gl; fn th, Tlombs wb-hre ltii-y It will be recalled that at lhe tirst Seasinoat-s lack the ordinary means ofexhibition, the outcry over the dese-
rtrI:piu ;i a' 'el togeu-her and early meeting of the general reunion corn *sistenee. They might exist with- creation was almost wholly a newspa-
-,is tn.r.'-:f :afitr ;a breakfast of plain mltle steps were taken to secure as clthin- they don't wear muca per affair. The nearest settlers weec
prison- t,1d tn ,. e tai,,'u ;o th an attraction for the occasion a naval pow- 't their food supply growsunalarmed an4 the Indians indifferent.
'd-.ral a!,tiln. h N h ly .Marshal -Hlokel vessel or one of the torpedo flotillas. cantier and more precarious yearoby Mr. Storter. a trade-- on the west
kud t i :ii (i.Wt lrot- lonIg before the Acting upon the suggestion, the Item year. Snow herons are nearly extinct, coast of Florida. aas- Johnny Osce-
owd- i>.u.,'g i ith. The\ appar- today sent the following telegraima to aida the Indian must soor s'to selling ola about Indiana debi!:;s.
t.1 o .. ,:.,wfal d ehatled with the secretary of the navy requtesting l pti lumes to the womt'n of anity Nopay one year all right, no pay
.'" t'iantis hit, l' ih minuines ticked that the floilla be sent to 3Mobile on Fai-. The white traTlors .,f the west two years. get Indians with big sticks
F-ho, ,taf.. the occasion of the reunion, inasmntuch coast now refuse to huv these nlumes, in line, make 'h-ui run between, hit
Crowds in Court. aas they were coming south about the but the half-civilized Indian 'o him on- thne for every dollar."
iaf i ne-date: trades in thei finds a congenial part- "Little Billy, he pay me.'"
.-lo ," ". al hl :" before Ilhe titll"ei Mobile. Ala.. Nov. 5. 1908. 1 td sintheunawfl tsac eng the *"Unca he good Indian. He pay.'
s," for th- cotnueli!ng o cour,. lion. Victor H. Metcalf. Secretary of ier in the unauts n iam "Bill Tommy, he a y me. thine k
<-ai d, s I.toa2a i laram the corriJora I The U*nIted States Navy, Washina white merchants In Miami. Otters y
't. .,de.d al b;>ihdlg anld flock tor on D C ashing- have becom-e scarce,. and alligators, Dunno no hunt Injun
c'losktorIn n.D.C.:-."'Dunno, lazy ojus, no hunt. Injuu
re -. o 0 inUehs tle closing Tthe Confederate saedepenn o the e jst like white man; ome pay. some
rolatlat, iaaailaO ~ihueas the closI The Confederate stale mreuion wa nothe, present delenwinc orte Semi-h
Sei 1 t-ie.a n al Mr-. ae- 'nal Mrs-. C ilrtis wer- The tordo flotilla is a itnO' ta y at"'i as 3Ms. 1orse way. 'he people dfr Alabama and Mis- -,tarve. il inherin d r ia limita- '-Think so had Injun go Happ-y Hunt
Pa!,n" ii 'st. a'-',illInapliied a"3 her step- si' -ippi will appreciate -omtr effort to rions ay tOnl mhe latt-r alterna- ftin Groiund*':
Fueas onh- gur-,teald ht"er husband af- o haie the flotilla tii Mobilef at I ois m "No Me think so. Injun after big
rtoa1-11v an(d te iwo l ors shook time. I the fleet only remains two Otters versus Tomatoes. sleep come to hig .river with pole
1 al i, u s. Sit- ireh -Next days it will be -an event' that will bring I once interviewed a Seuinole who across it. pole pretty slick., bad Tnjun
t..run.d- 't (na as. sh, t tbrew her aIrms hundreds of visitors to the Gulf (City. had just poled his d'igout fort miles fall off. alpate catch him. Good Inm n
1in sank into a s:a t teside h MOBILE D LY ITE. t the store of a trader to exchange a get across pole to llappy Huntisn
.M>T1rse -aind i'he b:,.ust. r CLAIMS HE KILLED A MAN. score of alligator hides for fifteen dol- Ground.
lr'o that :in on the crowd gath- 'ars' worth of bacon, grits ;.nd tobacco, "You think white man Happy Hunt
r-ed tiuick tnt il ai 10: 0 o'clock Detroit. Mich., Nov. 6.-A man zlv-lto feed his family of twelve, squaws, In- Ground like Injun?"
there ;i;as to vacawi seat in the court ing the name of Robert Taylor sur-I pckaninnips and patriarchs. We talk- "Uiea. Injun hunt alpate. sell him
room atnd the corridors outside were rendered himself at Detreit detective ed in the hoJge-podge of bad Englia. George Storter. same as here."
Sfl'.d. headquarters today, saying that he and broken Seminole.-with which the "You :hink Injun ever fight white
Ti i.aw-i-r to thilt, defense had was wanted at Tahlequah, Okla.. on white man holds converse with the man any more?"
n *.r:-,l "akn ,u,'r ilace within the they ac rge of killing Robert Ivens a Indian- but when I suggested that deer. "No u-e. white man all round, In
a :;,- ha':--, aourt formally opened. week before last Thanksgiving. Tay-i otter and alligator "*bimeby hiepus." jun in middle."
,-'-.: 1-r :,- 1v,-,:' tohe l:ad retre- lor. who is fe-quarter Cherokee. said and a-ked: T.i nk so. Indian plant For slight attacks of siekniess h*"
.. i: :.- ::iai!, made a Alie killed teis in self-defense. I corn, poa -.oiato. and sell? the ,Semlnole often takes the medicine of


I half of his client. NEW THROWN
BANKERSSPENT

,aVeAT, ar--L NIGHT A VANISHING RACE
.tNew Yort, Nov. S.---Charles- W.
N V NTI N Morse, one time "ice king," "team- plycamelikeabUllet.!
ship king" and the controlling force The Florida Seminoles in reply cae like bullt
In a long string of banks in this city, Sometimes Seminoles will work for
whose personal fortune a little more Wilderness of Everglades farmers in the fields, but as laborers
ADDITIONAL ADDRESSES TO BE than a year ago was estimated at a l O". u. t i;C.e in they are not to be depended upon.
DI T little more than $22.000,000, and Alfred Eke ut .Existence in An Indian who uad refused to do some
DELIVERED AT THE COLU U H. Curtis, former president of the Na- Their Own Peculiar Way light work for a dollar a day, yet of-t
MEETING OF THE GULF COAST tional Bank of North America, spent feredto give me a live otter, without
last night in a cell in the Tombs pris- -Their Customs and Hab- trap iarks or other injury, for a mod-
INLAND WATERWAYS ASSOCIA- on. They were convicted yesterday erate su:n. He spent sonim weeks se-
In the United States court of violation its as Told by A W. Dim- curing the creature, which he said he
TION. of the United States banking laws in ran down on ti connection with their conduct of the OCK. otter had bitten his thumb half off,
National Bank of North America, of the Seminole seemed satisfied with his
Apalachicola, Fla., Nov. 6.-Addi- which Morse was also an officer. compensation, which was far less than
tional addresses at the convention of Today, -when they arose simultane- (A. W. Dimock, in Collier' Weekly.) he could have earned by much lighter
the association in Columbus, Ga.. No- ously with -hundreds of other In the The Florida Seminole ia the incar- work. Yet. after all, I sympathized
member 9-10, are to be delivered by: grim city prison, they faced the pos- nation of wale's curious creation with the Indian. I would myself much
Dr. W. J. McGee, WVashington, D. C, sibility of many years behind iron nation of Hale's ciou- cieaion. rather chase otters than hoe tonua-
secretary of Buteau of Soils, of the gtted doors. "The Man Without a Country." oes-
National Conservation Commission. sentence had been deferred to todal Once members of the great Creek Even in his own country of the Ev-
WV. M. Swt-ars. Richland, Ga. when the jury returned its verdict family, the Seminoles of Florida have erglades, thie Seminole is an ltisati.s-
t. \V. Sonile, Camp Walton, Fla. last night but this sentence presum- lost their tribe, their traditions, and factory guide, and I much prefer, as
**Tbhe l lation of Railroad Jtates- ably was only a few -hours away when their homes. Their own people have an exploring companion, a white main,
The Loug and Short Haul-to Water they tumbled out of the rude bunks in forgotten them. The United States who doesn't know the country to an
Conmpeting Points." the narrow cell this morning at a call has ignored them siucec. the Seminole Indian who does. The latter lacks
C. H. Smith, Arcadia, Fla. of command from the guard who had war. when their roster was lost. Pay- stamina and resourcefulne.-s, is ea-ily
Tl,,. membership and subscription patrolled their corridor on "Federal ment of the government debt to their discouraged. quite regardless of all
list ;i as follows: tier." tribe made plutocrats of taeir broth- contracts of service, and has to be
Balance as per last report.....$716.50 'Both Morse and Curtis passed a fair- ers of the west. but never a dime coddled like a spoiled child. Of
IPeusacola additionals-names ly restful night, according to the reached the members of the little band cour-e. some are better than others,
heretofore published ........ 102.00 prison guards. They occupied cell who refused to be driven from their or. rather, sonime are worse than oth-
Jacks-onille. Fla. Walter P. i No. 720, which contains two bunks. ancestral home. But their Spartan ers. If tto trail is dry and the ea-
Corbett .................... 2.00 one above the other. The cell is six courage has departed, the Juggernaut noee must be hauled through mud and
Chas. A. Browne. Jr. ......... 2.00 feet wide and eight feet long- Morse of Civilization has crushed their spir- sawgrass, the Indian is liable to lie
Miianm, "Fla. II. C. Rome ...... 2.00 occupied the lower berth. It was it. and in the cowed and cringing rem- down and say: "Me sick ojut, want
Apalachicola, Fla. A. S. Ham. 2.00 early evening when the two men set- nant there Is no spark of the fire that whyome." and if he doesn't get it, to
Quincy, Fla. W. II. Davidson.. 2.00 tied down for their first night behind flashed in "The Seminole." Reply." throw up his job instanter. Yet the
Richland. G(;a. G;. A. Sims-..... 2.00 the bars and they soon -tired of the at- The government has no agent Seminole is reliable in sports, with his
Ptnta Gorda, Fla. Albert \V. tempt to while away time sitting in among the Seminoles. and the last own sense of honor, which, however,
.Gilchrist .. .............. 2.00 the narrow quarters. Both sought guess at their aatnber, made by the may not always run parall,-l with the
New Orleani., La. W. J. Kelly. 2.00 their berths early but it was after United States seven years ago, was more commercial code of the white
iam Ilyman .................. 2.00 midnight when the heavy breathing 358. That fragment of the tribe has main.
11 J. Laux ..........j........ 2..2 from the cell told the guard w-ho now shrunk to 275. We kill more Charley Billy, son of Miami Billy,
Frank A. Daniels ............. 2. paced the corridor that both were than that number of our ,awn people was accounted a worthless Indian, yet
Emile Iloehn ................. 2.00 sleeping. 'From that time until morn- in a single first-class accident to a he had certain ideas of honor that
Clarpna.e F. Low ............... 2.00 ing no other sound came from the steamship, on a railroad, or down in toted quite up to tha paleface stand-
31. .1. Saunders ............... 2.00 cel. a coal-mine. If the entire residue of ard. His last trading was done at
%V. W Carre Co.. Ltd. ........ 5.0)0 With the first call this morning both the Seminole tribe, bucks, -quaws and Everglade, after he knew that sen-
Jacksonville, Fla. Jno. A. Cun- men awoke and a few minutes later pickaninnies, were turned loose on the tence of death had been p..ssed upon
ningham ....... .......... 2.00 were pacing up and down the corri hunting grounds of Maine, Michigan hi.n, and as he left the store, to re-
J. H. Norton ................. 2.00 dor outside their cell. When toe reg- and the A'dirondacks, and sportsmen turn to his camp for execution, he
.Miller HI. Dan..y ............. 2.00 'llar prison breakfast of coffee and shot as many of them as '-ley do of turned to tha trader and said:
Arthur .1. Lederer ........... 2.0? rolls was served Morse and Curtis ac- each other. the tribe would be wiped -"Me hiepus. big sleep come pretty
Alex. S'. Clair Abtams......... 2.0u cepted their share like every other out in a single season. La.st month quick." On his return home he was
R. G. Ross .................. 2.00 prisoner in the Tombs. the measles carried off fifteen Semi- shot, his body dragged wut on the
W.alter P. Corbett ........... 2.00 They asked no special privileges. noles in two weeks. When one of prairie. and leff unburied, for bea-ts
Jackson, .Miss. E. F. Noel.... '.00 Much of the time up to the honr set these Indians gets sick he is a "gon- and birds to devour. The newborn
Montgomery. Ala. G. Grosve- for them to appear in the United er." If the disea-e doesn't fetch him, child of the woman in th case was
nor Dawe .................. 2.00 States court for sentence was spent tie medicine man will. This apostle thrown alive to the buzzards, and she
iBellingham. Washn. W. P. In reading the newspaper accounts of of mummery will treat him to dras- was given to wife ro Charley Dixey,
Thompson ......... ........ 2.00 the closing scenes in their trial yes- tic bleedings, purge him with poison- the half-negro executioner. Several
Carrabelle. Fla. Chas. H. Par- terday. ous roots, and I have heard of his years have passed, she has two pick-
lin .......... .............. !.00 applying red-pepper poultices to in- aninnies, but the horror of the trag-
A. Alford .,................. 2.00 MORSE IS NOT flamed eyelids. edy remains stamped upon her mourn-
Apalaehicola. Fla. T The habitat of the Semainole has ful face.
Coombs ........................ 00 ALLOWED BOND been the unexplored wilderness. which C(harley Dixey and his negress
rercy Coombs ................ 2.00 IAIated Prs. Is passing away. Tiue title of the ,mother were once condemned to
-'ew Smyrna. Fla. R. F. Chil- New York, No. 6-While Morse's white squatter to wild land :n the Big- death by the tribe. but Tommy Osce-
bon ........................ 2.00 lawyers immediately applied for and Cypress-Everglade country Is respect- ola, grandson of the great Osceola.
Rome, Ga. C. R. Porter ...... 2.00 secured a stay of ten days after sen- ed by everybody. That of the Indian obtained a reprieve, offering himnselt
tence had been imposed, still it is never reached the substance of a as a hostage for their good behavior,,
$931.5% probable that Morse will remain a dream. Engineers of Civilization are and pledging his life th'-reto.
prisoner In the Tombs until Monday. invading their country from th. east: The Sehiinoles have a few sunpersti-
Only One '"BRMO QUININE" as Judge Hough refused to admit the lumber. bark and fruit -growing coim- tons, odds and ends of religious be-
'That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN- financier to bail. Morse's lawyers late panies crowd them on the west: hunt- lief. and a distrust of white men. in-
INE. L.ock for the signature of E. 'V today applied to the United States ers swarm on their ancient preserves: creasing in depth in the order nam-
C.RO\V fc. Used the World over to circuit court of appeals for a writ to surveying parties, pioneers of other ed.
Cu'e a Cold in One Day. 25c. show catMe why their client should enterprises, are locating t-ie land of During a trip through the Eher-
not be admitted to ball, and the writ the Big Cypress. the state 9f Floridla Flades ald Bl#tCypress. Charley Tom-
JINIOd AVS IV was granted, but it is not returnable is draining away the water of the Ev- ny was interpreter, and frequently
-1OH4 NVKlfOAA until Monday. erglades; the Anglo-Saxon aggressive-i talked with refreshing frankness
JOHS MNVWOM Vether a new trial will be granted ness is bumping the native AmericanI his people.
J.LN:ONNI NV Morse Is problematical. Judge La- off the .nap "ICharley Tommy, why (.o you no
-in e r i P Combe granted the writ of error to Even mi.ssionari'-s. who rarely al- come to Tampa. bring other Indians.
(Continued From First Page) Morse's lawyers today. This writ is low a savage to escape them, seldom see- big show, get plenty money.'
St tiarys, a member of the Pensacola returnable on December 3. and is camp long on thil trail of the Seminole' You savvey?"
ftre .lepara tmnent. based on the usual grounds of ex- of Florida. One of them did settle "Me savvey-want to g--old chief
ceptions taken by the defense during near an encampment at Imaiokalee got no .ense-won't let me go-says
BAGDAD REPORT the trial and to the indictment itself. like a flock of quail and moved to man-miaybe so. big sleep come pretty
OF THE SHOOTING m he Big Cypress swamp. quick I go-sixty-five year', ago Billy
W____ NT -If come Big Cypress me 'hiepus' Bowlegs hiepus with white man-no
Special to The Journal. (go. stay two years." coite back."
Faagdad, Fla., Nov. 6.-Mrs. If. J. another. who aspired to teach the '"Think so you want your pickanin-
L.wis, r.. a daughter of Joseph St Indians. la'an by snapping a kodak nies go to school, learn to read. have
Sewing machine in her residence near despite the protestations of the vie- "No ue. Old chief no -want store
RBaiv Point, was slot abohm 10 o'clock tim. Thelt interference of an Indian in igs Cypress. Me save*, want to
todiyv, receiving a load of bird shot F trader saved the kodaker rrom t'aving go to school two weeks."
in tleo lft ,idb of the face and neck, T BOATS his own face spoild. The principal -'Two week! not enough. must go
ituaking a very painful, though not dan- trader with the Seminole., recently long time to learn."
gtkrous wound. Both. lhe dining sent me, w ith lurid comments, a copy ".No me smart, 1,arn o..i-t plentyyv)'
room and betd room doors were open THE ITEM OF THAT CITY IS EN- of a late number of a well known mag- Occasionaly a Seminole would talk
and ;he shot was fired from outside azine devoted to the interests of th? of hij religious belief.
of thli diing! room. The wad from OCDEAVORING TO HAVE VESSELS negr-o and the Indian. jt contained "You talk sometimes Great Spirit."
rhe nui w-as foiad on the floor of the NT FROMan illustrated article by an alleged "i'nca (yes.'
r. s arrsd an aknto Milton CONFEDERATE VETERANS R included an account of an exploration "'Im umn. .Me hunt two. three days.
'by Sl:iff arr1- reed taken to Milton CONFEDERATE VETERANS RE-of the Et 'rglades by the missionary- get no echu (deer); .have big talk
subS.'iMioit o UNION, author, alone, in a canoe. Of certain Great Spirit. get et'hui. 31e want to go
N M AND Indians mentioned by namn,-. and de- in canoe. no osie* 4 water: me talk
NURSING MOTHERS AND MALARIA --cribed as "Christian gentlemen." i Great spirit, askee come oju.s. Me
The Old STandard GROVE'S TASTE- Siia t T Joorna. I could have supplied hitm with photo- bury one more Injiun:; h- Wly pipe and
SST CHILL TONICd drives out maa peeournal, graphs representing them as glorious- sugar water, make whninxe. drink
1:t-ia and hiialds up the system. For -Mobile. Nov. 6.-Announcement was ly drunke't Christian gentlemen. The oju"s: me tell him stop. lie no stop.
crown l~ifle' and children. 50k. made In the Item yesterday that the mii.ssionar.'s illnstraaions ct the Ev- drink, drink, all same white man: me
a third torpedo boat flotilla, now at An- erglados reprersented views with bury him. then me say hivl bit."
Ice and Steamship Kin 'napolis. and which visited Mobile on which 1 was familiar. b-t which. I had Treatment of the Dead.
Senten d to 15 Y rse occasion or the last carnival and never sean in the Everg-ade. His Seaminoles bury their di ad on toll
Sentenced o 15 Ye afforded much pleasure to thousands, presence of mind however, impress
--Continued Fro,, First Page.) --- aC en ordered to Pensacola for wheu. ii the viity of Shark river, blankets, but always leave e top
le'd ,lo,, aia d fa,,r whi!a her husband While it was stated that the vessels he inflated with hot ai.- of which over the body, and usually chink ith
remained away lrou;o her bhind the would not probably come south be- he appeared to have a supply a fire withusband wears hen hirts squntiw diest rotsh
bar. of a a, o;,in cell. \Whn I.,'e judg- fore the early part of December, it balloon Twhich h. carril ,t his canoe offsbad which iears not strikingly isti et.
Wlnt ot Il tl- etiur;-,le mos :Tavorablh was believed that the proper effort ad a ni for hundred feet i off whch not strikingld dis.tie
for ir hsTd h:. t'toul h, given- would result in bringing the flotilla t -,, as nt. a- was said on a sim- ie. When the husband dies, the
was ltottoiinc'.d, slhe fainted and at an earlier date. which would enable isar ea.im. "Wiat i< the ue of squaw doesn't comb her hair for three
w.oLl I,:,e. fal>:.u 1ha..1 not kiud'y them to be an attraction at Mobile ilar oc.asion. he a man can lie nlonthts. Little reverence is shown
ail- i.ot i h during the approaching o e presence of mind when a man can lie for the dead. When Tom Tiger's grave
a(iuaha-',almlr ti-al hi.-i, during the approaching Confederate t., ,t ...


the white man, but in serious cases he ;
calls in the medicine than of his own
people. I talked with ohbuny Billy
medicine man, while bh busied him
self extingulshiag a pati-n;. EEver:
hour or so he .drained off a lot of hi.
"bad blood", and in the intervals dosed
him with sweet bay. snake root and
black root. He permited his victim tc
eat turkey, but forbade deer, duck
and fish.
Many traditions of the tribe have
perished with recent deaths. Old Nan
cy, widow of the great Osceola, wa=
a fountain of fact and fancy. Old
Doctor, once chief, became garrulous
in his later years, while Chief Mlot l"y
as a nonagenerian, continued to t,.!l
with devilish detail, his "Lurna
Doone" story of tossing white babie-
in the air and catching them -n a
big knife as they fell.
The Typical Camp.
The language of the S~tniiole.s i--
like that of tlle Creeks. Much of ilnt
coPstruction is bI building up l'ront
root-\ ords.
Eche is touuacco; ech,'-polka. cisga
wakana-wath.- Ini'k. There are '
ten two word.- with the sanie mean
ing, probably to nilecad aliens. Pane
wa and fightce both nmean iturkey;
loske,? and nokatosee nimean old, aind
whyome and kehone whii;:y.
The Seminoles live in lwidc'y ,-pa ,I
arted smali colonies, consistini usual
ly of five or six families. A ty'vical
camp covers about an acre of dry
land, and consists of iour r;ith i r at
tractive builJing.5 of pol.s and p1!::'-et
to leaves. The roofs are large. hiitL.
and extend to within four ffei of tiha
ground. The earl hern floor is neari ,t
covered witil large tabl-.s. tihr<-e fI"'
high, on w tich tie liidialis' ea-t :n(l
sleep. In the center of il'# c..iili). !.
tween th ing canil), which (con..isis of a (-:.c a
lar -shhed. U Jeir li;4 i. V .a 'ai; fire.
from which l s of ooodl radiate lik(
spokes from the hub' of a wheel. AS
the ends of the logs burn awa they
are fed up to the center, where ita in.
fire suffices for the simple r'-qui-rr
nwents of the Indian. The ar-ad.! -eoil
about the camp is devote.l chieftl. ',
growing corn and suiiar cane. An olt
cane mill and a still. eraddlel] c.rT
stiucted from an iron pot with a v ord
en cover, a leugtli of iro.i pipe anId a;
box of water, utiVze ihe sugar '::a'e
in the way best appreciated by tit- Ili-
dian.
tInder !iie influence of liquor tihe
emniniole is qiuarrelsoime. bit-.s lik.- a
dog, fights with his companions and
all the members of his family, uiti
seldom with while men, X1hon: hlie
fca,'s ev-.n when in his cliups. Wienl
ever thej.e Indians carouse,. onea. t' ;h
party keep sober, to look after theo
others. The corn-danco of ithe Sii'i
nole is a carousal which l bacgins \x i:
the new moon in June andii lasts froai
ten to twenty days. The litdanis w.al ,
around in a circle tv-enty or lt ir.i
vard- in diamet-.: and talk until, pt ;
Signal of a scrvnam, tn. hey ji. iA p ij a: ,
down. The ordinary dan(e of il-.-
sqraws conuisi-s of a pe(rfu c'to::. riso
Ing and sinking notion ei'ias' al *)3
bending the knees, and is :uoerily mn-
attractive. -oewletilies i he ij!..f-r
girls vary lihe monoltoiy ol' ile ie:'
fornancei by i aIough-and-imtniilet wrest
ling match, which is exitin eioollli- i
but exasperating, because thI-- -;liht I
a camera sends then 1 tolr v<) .o
quickly., fa.tralties are l ot ilc'.,i in l ou l
during tliese festivities. I learrd a,
Indian report to a i'rader aill octulir
rence at a recon; orrn-.inc(-:.
"Docto{ Jinmrny. he kill s>*iav .ial k
Buster."-
"Shoot her withm a n" .' tkal li.
trader.
"No. killed i: wiilt a II:
drunk." Nothliia i a- a (hane ia\ ilh
trio or thie l ':ttln il. i t ;, i A\
later hlo liea.-hr s r;d th.'' ,'iidi'-in'
man killed both Doctor .1 li Jack 0,1t r-. O ;n ;,inlotil !"r f1 -.a o(( -a
siotn .Jintni .t ;i lr.- !.. ii hl '-iif l-me. n n i,'11-
her of the tribe. rf n aria;cl' ;'ta w l a'.i
five Indians i-for-e :p" v, a:s a- a'
down.
.I V -l illo -(ea :i Il:;, iarn n:,mi ,f a
Irader. whose ((ore i- in th'e I\,'
g ,L le-'-, gi-'s a 't'la i.'-rsmaa.- dlain : aa-
niuall to t-le Se inuol-'s waic' i usir
all.\ attend ed y tearl> hia;" of th.
tribe. The S ;nlsi(cii wI iho de~ '.-('et)
the l:itest afftail o iue ielf idiomaticall; :
"'Mackillessee- se: 'emn *i;,- ii.'--
sure Mike."
A Seminole Marriage Sepaaation.
Indian hos-,ita!i .- exp:'r,' *, ;t '-a
negatively. You ;ar"' iexipt_.'j to dip
either your hanad or a bia* t oodeta
s.ooot iiito tiic family ;outi whiI yo'.
are hungry. and no one lihelps or hv,. ;
d(is you. The l qua,\. s are dittffident. -
or reserved. especially in the Tre' -na'" _
of male Indians, and it is sometimes 1


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ADVERTISI

A SERIES OF TEN TALKS ON ADVERTISING NO.
Sien by Seymor ENtee of Phutdepia o.


The advertising science is anything b
It is an easy matter to diagnose symptom
advertising, as in medicine, very different
produce very similar disturbances; eye
wabbly steamer deck, or green watermelo
means an upset stomach.

But there are some broad general p
which are as permanent as the eternal hills

Mouth to mouth talk is the great secret c
advertising success. As a general rule pe
short on talk. They are always running c
hopper must be fed. The shrewd advertise
every time he produces a new topic of conv
If he fails to make people talk about his j
makes them talk about himself. They wash
soap or drink his tea or rub on his axle gr
to get in touch with him. .

Talk can be created about the most c
place things; baked beans or tooth powder
collars. You need only to know what switc
on.

Human nature has not differed for six
years; but the point of view is constantly c

If the people remained the same; if
conditions remained the same; if society
weather remained the same, then the advet
last year would apply this year. But it does
point of view is different. We are in a co
turmoil of change. The successful adverti
live right up even with the clock. Adverti
day to meet the conditions of today. A
tisement that made a big hit last year may fal
dead this year. There is in everything a fu
time; a season when the fruit is ripe; peri<
all conditions seem to lend themselves to
The advertiser must have discernment shar
and vision clear enough to know the year
month and the day of the month in which t
are not only living, but in which they are thi

Make goods or entertainment or socida
hard to obtain or scarce in amount and then
people fall over each other in the mad rus
somebody else get left. The moment you p
bars and say "Don't" then it is that people
climb. The sweetest apples in your neighbor'
are those on the tree nearest the dog.


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embarraiuig to speak to one or orcr
fier a trinket without elicitin., a Indi
ealio t:lat she is awart of t.our x x
Marriage lite are ii:~ltl :;-rdefl TrA I P
and a S-mnilnole s-pa:-ation is as sini
ple as a Dakota adivo:-co. If a tnari jr
couple corn to ihiow<, thel non-r(-' T
ant can light out, and Indiai elili. _
are complied with. When Toiimiy Os.-
cecla's squaw got drunk andl pou,.idfl Will Answer Attacks Made
him, he didn't strike back. hbu lekf
her and the camp and married a aNidao Upon Him Regarding
with six children, r.ho ,was nt a-n.
years his senior. The tribe irflit Ca paign.
no additional punishment. am n.
Numerically, Ite Semino'c :epr __
seats 5 per cent of the inlmigiiration of
a single day through Ellis Island. Ine-- By Associated Press.
hletually and economical... n.~ p,.- W"a:inutot. Nov. ti.-Ready to an-
centage is negligible. >, a( ., ,'o- lit convention attacks
A needy solution of 'li !>.i )obleii ;.ili hav I- bceno made ou him for his
could he reached by letting hiim alone (-coirt., in receuLt Inesidentlal cam-
to be disposed of by disease, drunken ;aigr.n. S auintlu Gompers, president of
ness and medicine men. :,q..- A :ii -can lcFderatiou of Labor,
What humanity and mnor.,! oblig- i't: here rtdjyyfor Denver. where the
tions demand is quite another iques % t-nty-eiaii:h annual meeting, of that
tion. o:- a zzai:o;! beh-gins next Monday.
-- -- -- .1 ;:, a inter'view printed in the Post
COTTON MILLS TO RESUME. todayy Mai. Gouti prs is quoted as say-
iu :ha ;If-!s nt a candidate for re-
New York. Nov. 4.-.i. wa- z-tiolt i nset ha t dae eks the
posted yesterday in the ;tio?:i 1i1Nll- ',-- lh of the Jame LChadwick & Brother .offi. th h he would be glad to
company, limitc-d, of Jer,-y iy. N r.. aai it is the- will of the
J.. that beginning Saturda; il ni ill;s I a, hovcri J.- the American
would resume operations on a fuil- l-Yu',.raon of Lair stay." said Mr.
time schedule. The mills. which fur- Gon~ r and if I do not stay as
nish employment to 200 hands, have o presraad I a a nt ks. l
been on half time bince April. oresidn! I sall stay in the ranks.
Sbelieve in the course I have pursued
WILL ESCAPE DEATH CHAIR. ,and think I have done right. I have
endeavored to give voice to the
Richmond, Va.. Nov. 6.-Thomas i wrongs., labor has endured and I have
Joseph Mann. a negro convicted of the endeavored to have 'them righted. I
murder of John Adams of Pitt.-ylvan i P as told at the beginning of the cam-
county, iad who was to h-iave b.-en ipaign that a gentleman high in the
electrocuted tomorrow., wi'l e-cape th- councils of the republican party salt
death chair, the governo,- having to- he would barn n'ttshwood behind -e
day commuted the s-nt w -i e to life so fast hat I shoull be eaten up by
imprisontieaL. t c L tJ. I knew i ri-sked th.t -hba i


began the fight in the cause of labor.
"More criticism than has been di-
rected against ine in the last few days
undoubtedly will arise. Tbhere was a
lot of it during the campaign, notably
the story that a cabinet position
awaited me. I said as early as last
August that there was no office with-
in the gift of the people-of the gov-
ernment for which I was a candidate
or which I could accept. I meaat that
then, and I mean it now."

MUCH SATISFIED IN CHILI.
Valparaiso, Nov. 6.-The local press
has expressed its satisfaction over the
election of William H. Taft to the
presidency of the United States and
says the conttauation of President
Roosevelt's policy of Pan-Americanism
will bring with it peace and prosperity
to the whole -aemisphere.
AUTOMOBILE MEET.
New Orleans. Nov. 6.-Motorists
from all over the -cuth will witness
and take part in the big automobile
racing meet to be held In New Or-
leans tomorrow. Lewis Strang, thO
famous professional driver, will be
one of the main attractions.
AUTO HILL CLIMB.
Springfield, Mass., Nov. .-UB- l
the auspice of the SpringSeN Au-
mobile club, & hill climb will be he1
tomorrow.on WIlbraham HilL The
event has attracted much att-batio
among motorists thruAghout New Z
Slam sad tOhe ast.
A lot of old nw r
tied up in t-- for
oak, Sc a 2%adl.~t The Jo
nalt mBc&._I

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SIIE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1908.
QUALITY COUNTS 114J3 I CAI.4~l A \ I of'. Mo] o' the furniture factoric. in ADALD IIEA
W_-- LPENSA OLA WILL TRY THIS FOR YOUR nime.or.d all h, cn d
COUGH I UILUU(wIIIUI keep up ih demand or their Shornof Hercrown
w oc n Mn 0produc'L. DUring the panic thy Case In Love and
a-f -- U1 Wisr fSH S>'c i m r> Wvorkers' Association. representin,, Hair is certainly
WE SOESSO 1 00 MEABE RS F MPANICtetryt
uim a haf-ounce ouire manufacturers in this state woma. Who could
Mix a half-ounce of Virgin Oil of ad Virginia. decided -o recommend bald headed woman
Pine compound pure with two ounces and Vii
Wan is S mes to After Next Convention of rine and ahal-pint of god ent of production as well as t de tigurement?
t- Next mWispoon; hal e well., and take a ourea-s. holdin of stocks for better ,rices A woman's goal is
to e.g l CoastInlandWater-Ias ever four ours. will break here this could h done. The fact, maTiage. tier crow
S giving y eal THEIup a cold twenty-four hours, aad Southern Lumber Mills Are ht h fore are nw un- hair. The loss of
Shav-way Association. L ure any cough that is curable. Being nindicge O decided imrovemen in this right her Pen
y O U w n t T l t 's e I '_ ___1l ff r e e f r o m o pan d d r u g s uitfi sr f arfr mS, "l g O p e r a t i o nsa D u e n, lf.i c a T r i,, ,o- n i t t h ona h oi w o = n n
be iwathpreferable to the ordinary cough rent- oruing one of the most important of ing or injuring their
k d w e DELEIGATES TO COLUMBUS WILLU MLSL ie ndasit rhovie a uanti to Better Demand. North coa iins hre t a i s
wRt tO sell you a pair. URGE THIS CITY'S CLAIMS FOR ,- effective. ve n furni:tn'e sho. where all mann- Many women ftesa
THE GATHERING AND ALSO LAY THEY WILL BE OBSERVED- BY The necessary ingredien:.s can be se- Charlotte, N. C.. special to New York facturers, ay exhiin t their toks to their hair through ti
$250 AND $3.00cured from any good prescription drug- Journal of Commerce.) or cica d ignorance o certain
$.0 AND $3.00. _LINES FOR THE PRESIDENCY- PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WHEN gist, and the mixture easily prepared. Next to the cotton milling industry, Takea ias a wihone the lnmber tiS:i- *bich destroys the
Tell Us the class of work OUR PORT IS THE KEY TO THE HE GOES ON THE FAMOUS this formal r u. that t enuine Carolina probably e uortffred most hic far moe rdl l the come o. The o
you do, and we assure yOU WHOLE PROJECT. HUNTING TRIP NEXT YEAR. Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure is seriously from tihe effects of the panic tex:i usine o hr vival build- hair ofn enough,
we will sell you a pair best never sold in bulkl but is put for dis- Or maay months past. An idea of the in a n ma on of t ra- rs
pensing only in half-oulet, vials, each seriousness of the impairment of the sons for this. Report of t a r a- us e dii,.s eal
adapted ta your work. It looks very' much as if Pensacola By Aeoeiated Po vial secure sealed In a round wood- un be ndus.tr in North Carolina uidi tiviv co in o olu- the scalp and hair.
en c.se. .ank imitation" resembling alone may be gained by the sitimple bui. C'eenvill]. 8pa'taung ani As a result of-'.;l
We have the best and lar- delegates to the Inland erway annou that Present e the genuine only i nan and syle of statement that over two hundred arge other So rolin point a we r is e't t
guest line of work shoes in the convention at Columbus next week declined tehao Presr to grant Ro e package, are sometimes offered, but mills were forc-ed to close dlown en- as Gr,*-t -. \iase ainc, Dutr- loe's oloral. ofal
State, from will be able to.report that Pensacola special license entitling him to the these are essentially iaeffecti, and tirtly during the depression and many ham. A. he'viii, .itd other North (aro- eonim-ncs. inle.s l
makes good the treasurer's promise to freedom of the African game pre- orten cause nausea. it is better to others were forced to adopt policies ot lina points. The resumption of double- precautions are take
Ing purchase the ingredients Selmrateh" retrenchment of production and ot1- tracking in .outtiern territ-ry by the dgaiu, microbes and
$1.50 TO $3.50. have 100 paid membersip here to serves when he makes his hunting and prepare the mixture at home. Be crating expenses. f\Vagei were cut 1) Soutrhn Rail' o an th,- r rnhe mi nh--
m Ts tl he back up the claims of this city for tip, his bag will be limited by the sre to get the genuine Virgin Oil of to 25 per cont. in ome instanc..s. and ion lai.tew rtli ne bonit unhewlt
Come in, let's talk work b up law which applies to every sportsman Pine compound pure. guaranteed un- many of the mills that continued Op- ill th im 'e aia section of this state. Almost anyone ma
5I1 try O p y the next convention, as nearly twen- shooting In. that country. These laws, deT the Food and Drugs Act. June 3.ti. erations throughout the panic found it as well as :he :ueral resumption 01 o" dandruff and dii.
shoes, try on a pair, you need ty members were secured yesterday, is Is said. give him. permission to ill190 Serial o. 45. prepared only by possible to keep only a part of their e .n, f work b other roads aif the wan
not buy. We want to shOW counting those who promised yester- only the followinganimals andbirds: Leach Chemical Co.. Cincinnati. eployes and run only. a part of their in i territory. asthat there is y. e hve that
yoU. day to pay today, and Treasurer Wa- ceroses, ten hippopotami, twenty-one machinery. Prices on all grades of now a denmad for ihavy timber used will positiIvl-y uar-a
terman last night furnished the follow- antelope, including two kous, two lumber dropped until there was little in the construction of bridges. The either cu.-e daidruff
Ing IInt of Pensacolians who had paid gembok and one bongo; two earth daughter. arrived this morning from or no profit. and demand from the confidence of lnm nrmea in the future it will noi cost the
Through him-t h gs two earth wolves, ten chevro- Crestview, on a visit to her parents, North was practically at a standtsil, of thnjr i-usintes. is -iow: \iv the fact Thas a prety ho
-M ER S O uP-n rT F. W.est tains, two musk deer., two maraboa Mr, and Mrs. W. D. Williams. while building operations were not that many new nills have len b wewilbackita
M EYER SHOE CO A. Waterman. torks, two ostriches, two egrtand Mrs. Daniel Gillis left Ttesday morn- conducted in the Soth to a stMfficient recently and niany large tulantsienare ownhe luthtouosev. Rexall
GulfMa ne Wran.orks. one chimpanzee. s, two egrets ending for a visit t her daughter, Mrs. extent to keep the mills going planning additions. several railroads is the remedy that
Feet Frishe For Fo McDavid-Hyer Co. He will be forbidden to s'oot gi- W. J. Lee, of Millville. local orders. The cessation of i- are nowv being built in eastern and overcome all ealp a
FetFh a m. raffles, wild asses, zea female or Hurdis Green passed through town provement and expansion work by the western Carolina. which. when con- It will grow hai ve
102F. South Pal. fo Streetngha. races, era, female or Tuesday morning en route to the railroads cut off the demand for !heavy p;leted. will open tilt vast roupplies of unless all life it ohr
102 South aafox Streetouther tat L y les, owls of any species. saddle-blny county capital. timbers, and the stoppage of building th fiet kind of irin tim r hard- een extingishd th
P. K. Yeogs tdes, owls of anyl heies s t.addle-bill- Senator Neel left on th morning among mills and factories added to the woods and all Snra(let. Vork has gre and lite scalp is gltz
"h .E. Brooks. ed storks, whale heade storks, train for his regular trip of inspection demand for that kind of lumber used (-enltly beIen 'omnencd on !he road- g-is i name front
Chamber of Crfommerce. frowned cranes young kapi female buffalnd spe of convict camps in such work. bed o the Appalahian Railroad. run grew hair in 9 out
.acK I-Y TOLD. F. B. Bruce female or young ostriches and species F. Fournoy's saw mill i f ll Such was the situation that pre- ning from Wiiier. C.. into the where it r -eied a
S.John E. Stilan. There are no restrictions placed on operation with a full cr,-w of hands, failed in lumber circles in this state Smoky mountains s where all grades impartial and prae:ic
It. B. Simpson. the number of lions. leopards. andan will continue in operation until for several months. Happily there are of fine timber are to ho found in We want you to try
.-..B .Pensacola Investmnt Cthompany crocodiles that e may wish to next June. now in evidence many signs of im- abundance. Tonic at our risk.
The axm tempeare at Pen- George P. Wentworth. croodiles that he may wish to Three mu log te-ams. owned by provement. Beginning with July prices The large I ne ills o the At- no los anything b
The mam temperature t Pe- George P. W sentworth. C ahoot. They have no closed season. Wood & Savage of Georgia, passed bega amtet an upward nrovemen lan:ic Coast Lunber Corporatiott lo- otu have eerythin
sacola yesterday was 66 Jegrees at Ed Gale Quina. through town today en route to the and this renaissance has been sub- ated in the Georgetown section of had betterthink thi
2:10 p. .. hilethe minimumwas 44 Dr. W. A. J. Pollock. A bargain day to-day and Geo. Woodlog camp located on stantially kept p. On many gades South arlina. a rning gin ful hl o tter in and
degrees at 0 a. m. Lm t year a W. A. D'Alemberte. Sunday in Official Seal Ci- their railroad, northwest of town, prices have advanced from $3 to $5 time, and report a good business. You willm b n',il ret
the same date the maximum was 69 H.fH. D'Alemberte.
degrees aind the minimum 55 degrees. First National Bank. gars, 5 cents only, at the lumbsome ten or twelve milesermen of thousand. eginning Otober N. Their line o seae and schooners to our sto. The
I 1he average and mhm fortaa -date .K. H. Knowle. Crystal Pharmacy. Two thousand Official section spontaneously agreed to pay $7 northern mare ne
us 71 degrees and the average min- W. eK. Hyer. Jr. and $5 per thousand fr pine log-:. ('raps
Inua 55 degrees. Knowles Hyer. Seal 10-cent cigars just re-which means all increase in ie two difficult to obtain fo erin organs of t A i
Revl e are w i ro- Wrren. POLLARD. This is merely one instance of te in- n r good nd dia-
cream at the Church of Christ, at the IlMacy to-day and Sunday, on- crease ini ono section. Several of the ing lipri tinuhm-nien of this s-ction containel tie tollouii
corner of Jackson an A lu aviz strll, H. DeSilva & Co. --ly 5 cents,. largest manufacturers of Charlotte are veri opimnisie over tau outlook rated as otto of the
conducted by N-vaigelst lrlavil Hall. C. C. Goodman. Sweclal to Tih J.ournaL. stated that they art- ;ow paring the for future business. American ,'|ties. a. w
and will continue throughout te week F. W. Hayes. Pollard, Ala. No'. 6. '- and Mrs. ante ,rie given a -t(,t'oe w pain or tu busings -o American -tis ao
at 7:30 p. I. daily. Ev*ngelist Hl A. A.l is Pollard, Ala.. Nov. Aan -h.-- mosipctg impo trta nt jpm
will give instruction in song prac- J. .William. rival of a f boy, lat Monda r- knocked the oo outofar the late H. P. ar
twice daily at 2:30 p. m. American NatFional Bank.Mr. and Mrs. F. Lester and two R Demand lor goods is unquestionabl iion and for th ita
Dr. J. N. Hawkins, of Milton, was R F-. Mitchell. little daughters. Elith and Caroline, stronger ihan was the case even there, U this article.
"r ,. N. Haw^ of Mobile. are registered at the Ho- mnonUths ago. A number of mill men "Ir. Sat caled
In the city yesterday on a short bus- L. Earl Thornton. tel Minella. Trey will return home tyor m e* o el Lumberman whilein
Snes i PensaCola Lumber C0 Sunday. state they are booking more order- on his way to .laaim
i o es-* -. P oosa n Lumber So. Mr. and Mrs. s D. Fintay are the 11an tie e can handle. and that itiei. ant lumber interests
theb(ine.ilvsitorsetoPensacoaoBoin. Sohen@.Store. proud parents of a fine boy, born last I 1t IN1 ideation of contit a eonand was alway,
the business visitors to e o yes-" Btontr. night. tiviies torroughoirt th winter nonh oter of the greatne
terday who registered at the Mer- Avery Hardware Co. Election passed off quietly; good r-- r'ti-e e(-t ion over,. it is pr-dicted oin all eit Binge an emh
chants. Union I. S. Co. weather, with a large vote polled. The id- b lumbermen ii ho have sttdi*,t -- lilst the appiroahi
Sd Blount. Blount & Carter. entiredemocratic tickets with the Will Not Recede From Her losely eeal coid;ions. thai isi- Many Florida Manufactur- senth usiasm. It
Win. Vaugh.n was Sied $2 and F. C. Brent. three amendments. carried by a large ness will take on a decidedly n(,w life,. record in this coi
costday in te recorder' ew styeo er- Jord R W. H. oauersth & u. o majority. The race for justice of the Attitude as to the Building operations in the north have At t e- tB. sailing for Japan, Mt
dance. T. A. Jennings. peace was the cause of the large vote. revived and orders are coming in free- Cs g e s
* T Keyser-Muldon Co. M. L. Kennady the nominee was op- Deserters. y for goods in large quantities. From The convention of
The cae of Wllie We Taylor rank Re posed by Mr. Chedrann, a independ- Wilmington. Newburn and oiler hip- PreSS Conventin. ufacturers is to be a
small n or allchaged with star DPeope -Na onalyBank. ent candidate. who -was defeated. t ping points in Norih .Carolina an as matters of vital i.
small negro boy. charged with tab- Peoples National Bank. Mrs. W. C. Coleman is real sick at (orgeto n. Charleston and ot trade will be tak
bing anoif er #imall negro boy with ao D. Hale Wllson. her home. By Associated Press. l'o]-t S in Soulh Carolina laige tan-
ni, was continueIn the recorder's l .Williams. Dr. J. D. Owens. Sr.. ha, just had Paris. Nov. 6.-While it is not be- ies of ber of all grades a Prominent Florida lu erm are r ea i
.court yesterday. Pensacla Gas Co. finished an addition to his office which lived in official circles that Germany tmanufacrured products are being making preparations for attending the during race week.
Itannold Alle Jad T. L. Gant. H he will use as an operating room. It will make the Casa Blanca incident rushed northward. Furn-niture makers annual meeting of the Southern Cy-
RCannold Allen wai- fined. S1 and T. L. Gan. i modern in every respect., and is of this sta ae alt ligh Point. where press Manufacturer-" association, A lot of d
costs in the recorder's court yester- Hagerman. very convenient to him and his large tthe protection 1y the German e- there ar over sixty furniture factories which will be held in Savannah on o o
day for leaving his team unfastened Gibba. Quigley and Morgan. practice. bassy at Casa Blanca of former Ger- alone. Thomasville, Greensboro, ,ex- November 2. tied up in neat
Sthe stre * Ba.s & Co. The mill is rtnlnilg on full time man subjects who had enlisted in and ington and 'other points. say their In the current issue nearly a full sale5cabundle
Re( order Johnson yesterday i mpo Walter Pitt. under the new management, and the later deserted from the foreign legion hmbisincs for Octobier is. almost; as good page is devoted bh the American Lum-
a ne ore laind costs raon oy t Jpo n B ulc, Jr. .prospects are taey will continue it as it was before t he panic was heard berman. one of the icading national al offic.
ed a fine of $1 and costs on Robert John Bullock, Jr. so of the French armna the subject of
Palmes for leaving a waon on the an G. Oliver. W. A. Finlay is having in addition- an ulitaitumti. considerable disqui- I ..
street after 9 p. m. without having T.H. La-non. al room added to the office in the etude exitstl here. The opinion is -held
placed a light on the vehicle. .1.E. Dubuisson & Bro. rear of the building occupied by the that (.-rnmany wishes to inflict diplo- .-
S"* Prof. lay Armstrong. Pollard Drug company. i will be o-u matic humiliation upon F-ranice as a J O
Twenty-three cases were docketed Frank L. MAles, cupied by Dr. D. H. Finley. diversic. front the publication of Em-
for trial in the recorder's court yes- More Today. c Fe peror William's now famnioua int r'- T-- T T
terday utmorning. Seventeen defend- Thirteen have promised Mr. Water- S^-Pz2----... --" view. /I\
ants were found guilty, two were dias- mana to pay today, and the treasurer France is resolved to stand firm
charged, four case* were continued, still more. Mr. T. J. Pryor. ofr WESTVILLE FPal Caoon. French ambassador m t t
and one was transferred to the coun- Mary Esther. who is a member of the Berlin, has been instructed to totily
ty authorities. Fines to the amount executive committee from Florida. % s.es---, -= .-M Germany that France maintains her
of $54 were assessed. cae to Pensacola yesterday to confer secola to re oumrnal view that the whole qeestii should TH E BIG STORE
with Mr. W\ terman before going to Westville. Nov. 6.-Times are dull be arbitrated and that in the mean-
SAY BLUE RIBBON. Columbas. and is doing some soliciting jority. When we get the full returns time she declines to release the de
When yon go to grocer or druggist, among personal friends and merchants Regular services at the M. E. church serters, to reprimand the oflie-rs con
and want the very best vanilla or with whom he has trade relations, last Sunday, the pastor. Rev. Mr. Pea- cerned or to exchange regrets will
lemon he has. say "'Blue Ribbon" and and will turn in his list and collections cock. officiating. Geu nuan. maDEN
Insist on getting it. today. Mrs. Betlah Brigman returned to The chane-llories of St. Pt tersburg
For Pensacola. Pensacola Sunday night, after a week's and ILondon have been informed of the
FURTHER RIESULTS I now believe." said Mr. Water- pleasant visit to relatives and friends. exact situation. LI N S D P RMN
OF VOTING CONTEST mn last night. "tfat the d*tegates to The battle of ballots was fought out .Premier C('lemenceau declared today
Columbus will report a local me:n'oer- he-re last Tuesday in favor of W'. J. be was ready to go before the cham- ...
hThe results of the Sacredip that will prove the unanswerable Bryan and the Democratic party of her of ,llputties on the issue and re-
church voting contest for mostHepopart argument why the next convention the state and nation., sign if he was not upheld. The preas.
c ou ncilman to date as fo llowsplar should be held here. I am now con- The election last Tuesdai witnessed with singular unanimity, voices ap- *
o:J. N. Ardrew s 23. Frank Reillow:y 10fdent that we will have a hundred a material increase in Republican proval of the government's attitude an
J.,N. Ben Rocheblavews 9. L. S. Brown 10 cal members by saturday night, es- votes, both in We.stville and neigh- an ~-*clares that a backdown woutl S S a ur a
(a..I. S. nMcGaugheV . Brown peciaily if all the mneauiors of t e boring precincts. Westville cast 23 be5lA moral end of Franie. At al t
Chamber of Commerce committee on Republican votes. No. J a stron' extraordinary ses.ion of tht cabinfrl


... -*e G. C. I. W. AMsoeCation and the Democratic beat heretofore, went Re- this afternoon lt'e decision not to ac ___
T cal committee of the association publican this time. Also No. 18. Three cede to he German demands was b
HAPPY W OMEN.wlturn in with a will to get a few beats near Wesiville gave Taft 6 ma- unanimously ratified. The decision
members each. joritly. WA-hen we get the full returns read in patt:
"__We want the next convention and front the county vote it '-ill evident- No agavation of the present cen One lot of Baby's Shoes, 50c, 60cand 75c values,
we want the presidency. To get ly show strong Republican gains over fliet with ermany is expected in offi p
Plenty of Them in Pensacola, and them, we must show at Columbus the past elections. Some ballots voted cial circles. A understanding could Special price -
right sort of Interest in the project. blank on congressman for the third be reached by which the two coun-
Good Reason For It. For the project to be given in con- district, while others voted for the Re- tries, with mutual expressions of re-
Wouldn't any woman be happy. gress the attention it Jdeserves. Pen- publican nominee in preference to great over the Casa Blanca incident.
After years of backache suffering, sacola must do her full du*y.in mem- Mays. cuuld refer the whole affair to arbitra-
Days of misery. nights of unrest, bership, for Pensaeola is the key to The open season for thr bird hunt- tion. It is evident that this is the lot l
The distress of urinary troubles, the whole project, and what Pen acola ers is being duly recognized by our only concession France can make. and One lot of Children Shoes, 75 $1 and $1.25
She fnnds relief and cure? does for the project is rhe keynote champion hunters. The report of the refusal of the cabinet to censure 3 l 1
No reason why any Pensacola read- which will establish the timn- when the firearms is heard early and late since the officers and soldiers concerned ValueeS Specia p C..e
No reason why any Pensroject will become an established the 1st inst. must be considered as definite." *
Should suffer in the face of evidence fact-the date when we will have in- Mrs. Green and daughter. Mrs. M.
like this: land communication with Mobile, and M. Owens, left on tne mail train this
Mrs. Robert Fillingim, 603 N. De- the benefit of water transportation morning *, visit relatives in Chipley. 4
Villlers street, Pensacola, Fla., says: with the Interior, meaning cb-iap Mrs. W. M. Brigman carried her -P e op in th
"For aiong time I had severe pains In freight rates on barges and shallow little son Cecil to DeFuniak this morn- One lot of M sses Shoes, $1 to $2.0 values,
uty back and hips and nothing I1 tried draft vessels, say up to six or seven ing to consult Dr. cKinnon.
reached my trouble at all. I could feet." Mrs. W. M. Douglass, with son and Publc E Spcial price
tscarcely bend and the pains would of- -I---
ten make me cry aloud. I did not rest
well at night and had severe head- Il_ Haskelf bluff was called early. He
aches. I saw Doan's Kidney Pills ad- probably expected that $600.00,)tdam-
vertised so highly that I procured a age suit against Hearst to last ,
.boi at the Crystal Pharmacy and be- through the campaign, but the state- One lot of Boys High-Top Shoes, $ 75 to $2.50
gan their use. A few doses made an meant of lawyers that it has no stand-
palalost hein ev ss I rw my condiin.life as to make It hardly worth while values Specia pic............................
trainer sad felt better in every wy. to have filed it-Terre Holte star.
I can tr bally say that Doen's Kid-. CO TAINS NO A COHOL David Jayne Hill is receiving notice-
Bey PUts- save me more reUet f EWa" e s kn-mm. wasted arir able attention from Emperor William.
~that aB~ore gatly ta any other prepS . *T I.U this to be regarded as another sly i r r
r" IMAder. P rice 5 S Z2 t.. pa ste t Ead?-hico Rec See window display for new ne f Mens and
Fa saBUadeale r ice50...&....o.&.............
cents. Fort M bUM Co., Btrie.i Mmanlmdi3 TiM sirim,25c.,SOc.mCId$1. Atad stores. If Prestent Castro is not careful Boys' Hats, Special t 1
StatNew Yorksct for the United. LY Ml FAClI C..42 Seah sat. OmITN. T.Y. he may be compelled to change his
Stat er. diet from champagne to Dutch high-
1R4notipher the &m-e-Doln'e-and balls on November 1.-St. Louis


ED WOMAN
i of Beauty Lose
Marriage.
noot necessary tM
love and marry a
? What charms
offset such a diw
usually love and
ning glory Is hel
er hair mars hel
nd success. Yet,
acola, there arM
who are neglect,
r hair to such ax
nly a matter of
utterly ruined.
roy the beauty 0"
houghtlessness o
facts. They use
atod, or to excess
natural oil of tht
split, break anc
not shampoo the.i
r too oftetl. TIc)
aions which con
lively harmfull t .
h treatnurent, dan-
to hair loosens,
". and haltineys
roper and promirt
n in time. Thenf
certain disease-;
iy scalp and hair'
Y rid thio'uselve-i
;eased scalp and
rso the right rein-
remnedy, and we
Litee that it wiit
and baldness or
user anything.
dul statement, but
pi-ove It with otrr
"9J" Hair Tonito. ,
ill grow hair and
ud hair troubles.
nt oil hald head:,
hairr roots has
e follicles closed
ed and shiny. It
the fact that. It
of 100 case-,.
thorotughly hard,
al test
Roxall "'9:3' Hair
You surely calln-

doing ao. while
to gaitn. YoIA
A over, and then
about this offer.
aid for your viszitr.
ri stal Pharmacy,

an hlumiterintg in-
ug. Thoi artieli
ig: "'Savatnnah is
m nosr beanitfull
-ell as one of th#
tmer-ially. Th.
;t is'indebted to
for this informa-
1P accoml)anying.
oin tho American
Chicago recently
He had import-
in 1th Savannai
s a patriotic -pro-
ss of hi.. native
mlsiaslic automo.
ig rac- arouse6
s a sad duty t,
action that after
. Smart died at
the e 11 important one
uiportat-ce ?o th.,
p for discussion.
ill greatly swell
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1908.


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I E.N-'ACOLA. FLORtJIDA, SATIJRDA


Great Deal to Gain
At a Small Cost.
'The u' ws, columns of T.ie Journal
today carr) good news regarding lo-
-;tl stulport of thl- Inland Waterway
4. 00-I'la; i olt.
tlend- r.un. of-Apalachicola.. Swift
of Ccluubius, Drummond of St. An-
drtcws. and Waterman, of this city,
Liave dion' much good work by virtue
of doing a lot of hard work as pIion-

"hli..'-,i-. for l)0 local members.
Tlih f e'ii st should h- granted, antd
'In1" 1 1 io nal l ho ,t'-, that it tw'ill be. The
.)ioncrcAi work iacrte d"series at. least
11at miu-hl public support, and those
'\xo ha,-' doin: thi' work are entitled
to at. llr'.st that much recognition of
tbhoiri p blidc spirit.
I ndaunitd'd by hard tiime they un-
,< ;?v.ok to raised money. Undaunted
*y," slow progress-slimulated to great-
Sr. t-fort by every delay-they have
shown ti wins in the long run. The project
.-ll into good hainda4 at ,he outset, and
Ih''x ought to he. liberally sustained.
The journall iirge- 'every local mem-
b ri- t io tl o g(ft at least one member
today and to report name and collec-
tri, $.5 ft)r a firm or a corporation,.
sndl $2 for. an individual-t.) Assistant
Post unast'r l-a.es, designated by the
tras:ir,-.r to receive such reports and
io not, l him a! Columnbu-;, for which
.ii' tiho treasurer will leave' today or
lrtl .i; ito attend the convention on

.L., his report on local membership
.-o' ['entsacola progressive, keenly
Hi c to her interests. Il-t is show
hliat [' i.iac'ula should have tht next
,cniinitiion a:td the next president,
for t lu city is the key to the project
no d iutr atti ide toward the project
i '. ,,' apit to be the key to ibe atti-
Sil' !of congress.

'l';t ouor,:\ of the ngli-h language
to ';e- -.ret.- notion in the tense mo-
niciit.1 of litf- is illustrated by the fact
that Col. \Vattlrson didn't have a
-word to say in the Courier-Journal the
moiruing alter the election. When his
xrt a;tulariy breaks down the rest ot
itn ti'ii well pr'e-erve a reverent -i-
ln>e .it w il didn't.

The Newspaper
and Its Readers.
i 'lie earunest desire- of every
reputta l-l newilpwl)a'i-r in this country to
*eiintiat*' all e-rrors from its news col-
tinius attil make the paper from day
to .Tiot an accurate and reliable tran-
:il ol t1 history of that day.
i,'O :,11 the truih only is the high
sti-inda ,I to. i-i-lt ,ich vry responsible
modeii .iotirnal aspires, and while in
tit' :wr:-- naturr- of things-, when there
1I so niiith to pirblishi and verification
of report., i- practijvally impossible in
e'er.< islitinat before publication, mnis-
tak M*-vertihw'h .-.- ,tccureacny is thlie guiding
stat' ol thii iiiauniguenwint and every re-
poitle:- andt other wrilt'e on the staff
b.- .itls iiiiapress'd upon hinm. As a
rT..-uit I'il' model ni u(-wslpaper is com-
int tiior'- iatidl tmore to bl' a faithful
icct>orii o* event, and a safer guid" for
public, st ntiment growing out of those
le V'itL-.
Anid it iz in'cessar'y thaL this should
be so. for the newspaper of this day is
b x \irtue r i's crl-cula.tion and its fa-
tilities tor uwsgatheriug the most po-I
touit (i fall moral agencies, and it* in-
flitence, diffused day after day through


S.____--

AY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 190S.

treating this question fully, and from
the article we'take the following which
forcibly presents the duty of the read-
er to his paper as a means of elevat-
ing its standard and enlarging its use-
fuiness:


spleen and to scold and sting' aad
criticize he would better stay away.
The Farmers' Union and the agricul-
tural interests of the South generally
need the help of men with construct-
ive minds, practical men who can
show how to do things, and the Geor-
,gia *populist wasp with his steady
grouch against everybody and every-
ithing is not in that class.

Col. Guffey probably considers it as
righteous retribution for the deal he
got at Denver.

The progressive people of Alabama
are rejoicing that the good roads
amendment to their state constitution
carried at the election last Tuesday.
Good for Alabama.

Senator Bryan opposing the policies 1
of President Taft is not just what we
had hoped for and expected, but it
would be a pretty good compromise af-
ter all.

The three lproposed ametnidment; to
the Florida constitution nay have
H'eu lost, and the election returns on
h.: issue seem to be in the same con-
dition.

Don't call him General Gilchrist
now-governor is the proper prefix
since last Tu'rsday. We will probably
get the full retur.is before the date
set for his inauguration but he "got
there" all right and the size of his
vote is a secondary consideration.


NEWS AND VIE WS the sate
.,/ Press
^tf ^ '~- .-- --A ^ r - 4- -- --- J


Other States Would Sell Them.
The Pensacola Journal asks: "What
is the matter with prohibition of the
sale of deadly weapons?" A great
deal Is the matter, for the simple rea-
s n that such a law would prohibit
te licensing of merchants in Florida.
to sell them, but could not prevent
the buying of them in other states.
Thte remedy for the concealed weapon
evil is enforcement of the law to the'
letter.-Gainesville Sun.
A Well Advertised Marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cleveland La-
Viere, bride and groom of an hour or
two. arrived from Jacksonville this
morning in the parlor car of the fore-
noon train with the announcement of
their recent marriage blazing forth
the length and breadth of the car.
Their friends no doubt were afraid
the happy young couple would not re-
ceive the attention due them as newly
weds and they used chalk with a lav-
ish hand to enlighten the world of
the relations of the youthful couple,
"Bride and Groom": 'We are Just
Married": "look at Us": "Bride
Dressed in Brown", and similar in-
scriptions attracted all the attention
the mischievous friends could have
asked for. As the train came to a
stop there was a rush to read the in-
scriptions and in a moment a crowd
was lined up opposite the cal gazing
at the groom. The blushing bride,
however, on the entrance of the
train to the depot pulled down the
shade of her window and the specta-
t n..... .. .. .. J .. .,


"Nor do the people get the istruc- Chairman Mack is one ef the demo- th -ce to content roo i who was
tion fronl political speeches which crats who indulges il no rot about the not phased eve a lith le bit. He re-
they did two or three generations ag. death of the party. 'The day after the turned the stares of the crowd and
Political speakerss may address enthus-
iaticmeetngs, but their address are knockout he said: -Notwithstanding laughed with them when tney read
istic meetings, but theirsaddressesare rt d orithe announcements chalked on the
appeals to the- emotions of men who yesterdays defeat, the democratic side aof thcemeat, ha'in nderd the
have already formed their views. rath- party stands more united todty than window of theo section occupied by
er than deliberate discussions with a it has in many years and in this the bridal couple was a large tin can,
viore to aid their formation. gbeeh e-union lies its future-strength and pow- tied with white ribbon. Mr. and Mrs.
been made on, questions at issue, the er of recuperation." That's the way LaViere did not alight here. but con-
facts have been set before tie people for a sure-enoutgh democrat to talk. pend toncito honey ooh.-St. Auguh -
in the news columns of their papers. -t ine Record. :
and the arguments drawn from them l'The greatly decreased socialist vote
with more or less care in the edi-nate in the recent election shows that that It Only Lacks Enforcement.
trials; so that a speech in the senate wFlorida editors are discussing means
or house of representatives serves creed is not only making any head- for, checking the concealed weapon
rather to register the reasons for a de- way in this country but is ailing hope- habit. There is am necessity for a
cision already formed by the voters lessly behind. With its aulest apos- Change in the law, which is severe
than as a means of influencing any tie. Debs. to lead it, it was a fine ol- enough and only lacks enforcement.
man or arriving at a common under- aIn the Tampa police court a few days
standing on any measure. q'The inven- portiiuniiy for socialism to make an iun- ago. a man who merely had a pistol
tion of the telegraph and the immense pressive -howing and convince the in iis pocket and who had made no
use of news-gathering agencies have public that it was a force to be reck- effort it usts- it was fined $50 by JTudge
made the newspaper press the source oned with. but it flunked inigloriously Peoph s. That ,is the proper and et-
to which people o to get theirfacts, feetive relnedy. rt the trouble is
and the real forum in which public and proved itself a negligible quanti- that uch a small liroportion of the
issues are discussed. ty in our politics. pistol carriers tind their way into the
*"If we want responsible government cou-is that the law is practically a
we must have responsible newspapers. If the report is true that, a colony nuility. Only when there is a diffi-
If we are to have responsible news- of 1;0 families from Canada will 10- l('ly or an officer nakes an accidental
papers, 'the reform must begin with discoveryy does Ih- offender receive
the readers themselves. The news- cate near Sanford and engage in truckI the penalty of ih,- law.-Tampa Trib-
paper reader must get into the habit farming the people of that section are f une.
of seeing whether the statements of indeed to be congratulated. One solid;
fact in his paper are supported by evi- fact of that character mans niore o,- Horse Killed By Alligator.
denee or not. It is'not possible-for a A n!o~t peculiar misfortune happ.en-
country to be well governed unless their- future and will do more to as- ed to a fine mare belonging to C. A.
the people who do the reading are in sure their prosperity than any politi- Colclough on Sunday, which resulted
the habit of weighing evidence. If cal victory that tould have been iu tlle animal's death. The mare had
they shut their eyes to all facts ex- achieved. Even one immigrant fam- been placed in the pasture of tir. Cal-
cept those that they like.-the govern- o c ugh about two miles southwcsl ot
-wment will beat the mercy of passion ily of the right type planted in an the city. on the Gainesville-Rocky
and prejtidice. If every one can un- agricultural community is a large as- Point, road, it being thought best to
derstand that it Is a political duty to set that goes on steadily increasing let hetr graze there as the grass was
give to the public business of the especially fine around the edge of the
country the same kind of treatment in valre, but when there are 160 ot pnd, which is situated within the en-
that a successful man gives to his pri- such families in a bunch they consti- C!osure, and on Subday the animal
vate business, and to adapt his con- tute a wealth of resources, a genuine- was found dead by the side of a colt
duct to the facts instead of trying to ly inexhaustible mine of value too only four days old. Death had only
adapt the facts to his Conduct, our great to be computed in mere figures., o-"'irerd a f-w hours preceding the
public business will quickly be brought di.coverv. and was the result of either
up to the same level as our best pri- Fill up a country with the right kind lo-,' of blood or lock-jaw, brought on
vate business. And there is no way of people and no matter what -party is front the effects of wounds inflictsld
in which this can be done so surelyv in power that country will prosper. upon thie right foreleg of the mare by
as by beginning at. the bottom and ant alligator. The supposition is that
reading newspapers in that spirit." W\hen Mr. Roosevelt was having his tho nlare!, in order to graze on the
Sa:>Ir grass growing around the
The people of Walton county are to mud-slinging controversy with Gover- water'6 edge. venttrred too far out.
be warmly congratulated on the really nor Haskell, of Oklahoma. during the when she was attacked by the alliga-
brilliant success of their fair conclud- recent campaign it will be rccollcctel to'or as the wounds were no doubt in-
ed a few days ago at DeFuniak that in one of his letters he quoted la'd by a ai"uria.o The animal was
anu article fri aaIs tie auttk Dt uh .ver- vahtable onr, and M:r Cal-
Springs- From all accounts it was an article frol. ,ho(- Outlook in l-uch .,logh (deeply "-grets the loss. He will
entirely out of the ordinary in the terms as to giv, that publication a irake ever% effort to raise the coll,
first-class advertisement. It is now andl states that it is gelling along
number and qtality of exhibits, hle l o nicely. seeming to relish the food that
keen, intelligent interest manifested authoritatively announced that after is given it-Gainesville Sumi.
anJ the ver t large attendance e h il of next March he will go to -
and the very large attendance. The ltlool ai, one of its editors and ODD TIIN(;S 1N XI-S
DeFuniak Breeze. after tslummiiug it up ths btl t abent Frank Loe, in a iailroari station at
in speaking of the purpose of the fair: Scutl thiarranmen had een ranto. about to start away, asked
and the results achieved, says: made wh.In he and Ha.-kll were a strang.-r for a match. Something
Ofr intention is that the real value. "'jaitming" each other through the press in the nians face attract,, him. and
the real success of any fair is what it like a 1air of fish market women. The on inquiring hits name dis, covered that
has .profited the people of the com- inference is strong that Mr. Roosevelt t was his Iroith.W-lia.t. whom he
-had not -een- iu.-tbirty '-ears.
uniy which in is held and tho !e o vwas purpoacely putting in so.ue shrewd 1Menth-l crystals and oil of p-petr-
who attend in valuable information ob i
tained. We are willing quite wiu.in advertising licks for the magazine mint are distilled from the peppermint
that the fair lere should he .itdg- through which he is to tu!niinate in plant, w"'.i<'h is grown for the purpose
from that standpoint, confident that ,i;i- future when he( qiotedl it a's such in several districts in Japan. The
this done the verdict will be that it high authorit- in the Haskell quarrel during the last three month, available
was one of he mos~t successful eve,- and Dr. Xik d uring the last three months, was f-
wahel, n of hnle in Walto col ever and l)r. Abcott ought to give it dlie timated at S5.000 kin of the nme-itt
held, not only In Waltoh count: or i
the state. but in the south. 'ighh in fixing the wage s f his new and 125.00.i kin of the oi!-a kin b-
This is a big claim but o I t rdlto'. iun one and three-quarter pounds.
This is big claim bu from lai Children attending elementary
we read of this fair we suspectr that There i.s a certain mlat,- in th --chuols in Devonshire, England, are
the Breeze can make i good. We : T be taught the virtue of thimft. Thg
need very much to elevate he stand- deatlt of Tomas Estrada i'alma, the u tse of the savings bank is to be ex-
ed vf fr y u c to h ev a i t ei'sti pr:'e.ident of ti' (Cuoan republic. plained to them. and in eve school.
ard of fars all through ihe south anasai Iics to e- in whtch a ipo-toffice savings bank is
by virtue of full and \a:ied exhibitis not available. the educational author-
of the best character give thet, the 're Ithe tindependei'ceu of his naic tirtles recommend that a "p--.nny" bank
real educational force they should land, and during l'is term as president be established.
have. The Walton count fair nade friends :,oth for !'is country Electricity is pow being largely used
ato e. Te staton tn d ami Tl' and hiuiielf h th dignity. integrity in the bookbinding busin'-s-, for em-
to have set a new standard and in Iand coucientious devotion to dutty bossing. With the aid of the current
doing so has furnished an example i hticlt h,. adminltte:d his Irust!
worthy of wide imitation wit hich h adinin te d hist trusting
anmid difficulties of the most trying
'- ha;aactt'. rHarnestlvy desiring to rcc-
One of the cheering neS note. o onvile al! fations and build ti up a sta-
the day is that whereas there were fie goxetlunment his efforts ulet w ith so
400,000 idle freight ears in lhe' country lite sc at his second el-tion
la few months ago the nutub-r now is i,'. ,toi ,-,volution that. l-es.. l h--
bilte o -----m---


e\,'rv taliK antl grade of society, isis steadily dinin- tated American intervention and the
practically immeasnrable. Its respon- fishing. There are many hbrometers government of the inland by an a-
bibility is correspondingly great, and of trade conditions, and thi- is oa. of pointed fro Waingon, which still an a
womiox oru halever may help it to the best among them. When all the polntei fnue l!. Palma rtnhicd h sio.
r.,ach its high ideal of untarying ae- freiht cars are busy it is- safe oa as- office lih aia!- but few friends
'euracy and constancy to truth is en. stmie that the people are tot) and uIied tile other day a poor man
gaged in work of the ntir.; importance! ---. .-- anmid ind econa-titr dye H.t oor lan
to the best interests of .ociety. Tonm Watsou will be oni. of the do-- -atrer is in strikingg con'rzt ith
Evidently newspaper ri-ader, them- ..gat to the national Fanmei-s -"n- that of the irsit pretsient of the great
selhe a'e the chief agents to be re- ion convention which itic's in N republicha to wtr rei ntelft h sacrifice
.ied upon to this end. for every paper Orleans next week to see V. hat it can Cuba ows her independence.


is qulcto iu tresponaiu to e demands o!
its patrons atuid the measure of its
worth and accuracy is largely detetr-
mini4 by 'he character of those pa-
trolls.
Ir. Arthu;- T. lHidley. president ol
t'alt 'nivet-rsitxy, has an article in a
., -I i the Youlh.- Comipaunion


too to raise the price of cotton and oth- '
erwise improve the situation. In view A lot of old newspapers,
of what happened to Ton, last Tues- t b r
|day and his general state ot mind for ted up in neat mbrles for
some months past he is hardly the Sale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour-
I man to preach the gospel of hope na offiCC.
just now. and if he goes to New Or-
l'ans- uiereli to find vent for hi Subscribe for The Journal.


A. A.L~4LAL~L.J


it is pos.bIibli to make 4bo inipres-
slons on presses. Electricity also
heats the glue pots and the hand tools
used in preparing the leath( r cover:-.
A puppy left in the kitchen of Oli-
ver Carpenter. at Chester. Pa.. in or-
d.er to keep warm, turned on a cock-
In the gas stove and the family nar-
rowly escaped being killed by gas.
Mrs. Henrietta Adams. aged 5,.
dropped dead at Readin=. Pa., while
paying her taxes.
Southern California yicNds 2.1o0. tons
of salt per year.
Mr. Simmons's Timely Article.
Mr. Simmons, private secretary to
Governor Broward, and withal a pleas-
ant gentleman and forceful citizen.
contributes an article to ti-, Peniacola
Journal anent the criticsm.nis made
agai'-st the pardoniti ot convicted
criminals. The Tine.- is glad that
Mr. Simmonso saw fit to Iakae the con-
tribution for the benefit of those who
have not taken the time or hai-" not


S'Springs. Ark. This makes it appro-
priate to remark that fuller's earth
has been mined at various places in
Worida for years, and a mine but a
few miles from Tampa is ilte biggest
and best in the world.' It may not be
believed. but fuller's earth is so
abundant in the vicinity of Tampa bay
that a particular bed must lie on nav-
igahble water to be worth prospecting.
-Tampa Times.
Only Seventy Dollars an Acre.
lHaxe you harvested your sweet po-
tatos yetr. and if so di-1 you have
more than you needed for your own
use? If you did. what did you get
for them? A friend told the Times
ilihe othei day that -he had .]lone pretty
well with his sweet potatoes this
3ear. btir it cost so much to dig and
-haul t lim to market that t left him
only fort., to fifty cents.- per bushel
profit. He was thinking of quitting


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had the inclination. periiaps. toi in- them. 1; is true ltat he made seven-
form themselves on a subtiject that is ty dollars an acre net, bhat it wasn't
of much moment to Floridlians in 'n- hii ettough money for him.-Tampa
eral. Men are prone to condenin or- Tinmes.
ficials without taking trouble to tlini --
out if the criticism is dc' rvtl, and Will be Clean and Righteous.
at times their harsh criti.'i.im is w~ili- Th. editor of this newspaper ha,4
out a scintilla of evident-- or infoer- lecidcd fully to lije a cleau. Christian
nation to base th.-i:; conteriions. And life. If ally citizen sees him doing
we must admit itn thil face '( tit- factS I -wron in anly v a or any- aspect. will
that Florida's paridloning ;)ot:d(i hahhe it plh'a-a e call him down: 1 desire
been condeanIt'd wli' ;i ln iltsigia-, to bP w ieain and right henceforth with
tion would hav r-caeth-..i lia: tihe'' myi follow-mtian and my God. I have a
was ample ground for t-X'-i-,;;ie 'clm-, do">t hir'i ig desire to do good to all
ency. As Mr. Sim-nmon. ,;.i. it I f-- uei.-Talla lassee True Democrat.
quently happens tIhat n'. w ho -at i- -
upon the jury, and. also. cour'-t offi(- Enforcement Alone Needed.-
ials. have p,:titinnd il t i -xecirive' Th rp'-e i-li no necessity foi a change
clemency he xixen, and tihe- board in the law relating to carrying con-
wotuld he dorelic; in its ,li.Y if it re- cvaled weapons. The law is all right.
fused or failed to aike co::tiziance. A .-\l that i :needed, is a strict enforce-
The Times said hfof--. wxe arie glad n,-,iti ,t' lhe present law, and it is
that Mr. Sininion.s wro.-' :th:- arti(li. hein-t -nforced in Suwanse" county.
Probably h-: should have wxri;ten it W\h.-n i h' razor and'pistol "toter" is
earlier and thus saved unijst .en-t. t-;'' brought before our courts lie gets all
of men who not. only ar; Iro.it ;he tliai i.s coirin to hint in the way of
fact' as uresent'd to thiti)., iht who imnishuient.-Live Oak Democrat.
believe that justice should ho- tom-
)?-red with mercy. Apalachicola Gives Something to Think About.
Times. Daniel A. Sinunons. private secre-
Sary to Governor Broward, in a letter
Abandon the Crop for a Year. to the PIn-;acola Journal of Sunday,
The growing of Sea Island cotton s:,ts forth at sonime length the work
should be entirely abaunt-1ineJ for at of thc pardoning board, and tells of
least a year. Such action wold ulti- the great difficulties the board has to
lately result to the benefit of the contend with In honestly seeking to
groR-ers, as the stur-lus coltoni carried do its full duiy. He believes the par-
over from year to o'ar would be con- Qloning board should be allowed an at-
sunued and the market cleaned of the tornoy to assist in arriving at a just
inferior grades. Only the very be-t (.concus-oii. and makes a number of
cotton now commands a price at suggesiti,,:I i t-iis article with refer-
which the staple can he" produ-ed- enc,- to pardaning eounvicts that will
Gainesville Sun. gixe our statesmen something to think
about.-l.iv.- Oak Democrat.
Should Meet Approval of Everyone.
Governor Broward "s about to sell Warning to Florida Tobacco Growers.
1.500.000 acres of valuable lawnl for a Th'liTimei regrets to see the com-
dollar an acre. the purchase., to Jrain plaint from northern Florida counties
the land. That it seems should mnitct that th.. prices paid for home grown
the approval of evoryoaie. While r'e- tobacco is low. You will remember
living the state of the ,exense- of tliat this pnptr cautioned growers
draining, it will put money in the that suEch xould be the case and that
.treasury and bring into u-'-- lands care .--hoaildl be exercised that too
which are considered ver- ichii. The much co.L was not involved in the
sale will be a good ending of the gov- grovwin. of tlie crop. and especially
ernor's administration.- Partow Re;- ;hat uobody' should be beguiled by
ord. ulit(-ring p)rospectuwses. South Flor-
-- ida went through the tobacco sweat a
Agate Discovered in Florida. dozen years ago. and the Times laid
How little is known of t il mineral the r.--lit before the enthusiasts of
wealth of Florida is shown by the re- the north hern counties. It still im-
ported discovery by a citizenn ot pr-f-ses i-undence. There may be a
Gainesville of agate on the banks of great fuittre for Florida grown to-
the Suwance river in thli western bacco, it iit iill not be in competi-
part of the county Alachuia. I.i'k the tlion wihi th, article grown on the
recent discovery of marble near Tant- i-:and orf ('Tia-
pa. it wa tinexpected. The specimen Thierr- -A little doubt that wrapper
of agate picked up by Mr. Schaeffer. It least s"i.'rior- to the Connecticut and
is said. will compare fav.;rahly wi- I'Pennsylvania grades may be produced
those found in Colorado. -ind he is of in Florida, imt it must be done at a
the opinio-n that large quantities call csti that will compete with the pro-
be found in that region. Aate. onyx. diK-tion of those states in the markets.
chalcedony. carnelltn. sard. chryso- It can never supplant the Havana ar-
prase and many others ar,- but vario- ticle, and the fact might as well be
ties, differing only in external form accepted.-Tampa Times.
and appearance from each other, of.
the one family. quartz, savs the AnI- Died of Starvation and Exposure.
erican Fncyclopedia. The saint an- An aged gentleman, hailing from
thority state.- fiat agates arer distin- tfier'. Ga.. and giving his name as
guished from the other varieties b' Thonias Fitzgerald, Jied at the hos-
the veins of different shades of color ;ital Monday. lie was placed in that
which traverse the stone in riaralll in iit ioi about a week ago by Mar-
concentric layers. often so thin ,;i t(o .;tal Bull, who found him suffering
number fifty or itore to an inch. W\V-n front exponsre and starvation.
these strips alternate. ail (o;!,iti All was- don.' fr" the unfortunate
band with one tran.-parent., Cit. tonnc iau that skill leoul(l suggest, but bhe
forms the inmterial of the' :-.ie (Cl;-i). was too nitich enfeebled and his con-
One of the most b-anttifil and Stik- dilion i :o ft;r run dowa. Every care
ing forms of this stone i th. mnoss :trt atilioutil was shown him in his
agate, but there are s'-.:-ral other !'a liours.-Ocila Ilanner.
named varieties of the agate. all Stricken at the Throttle.
?beautiful"and.all sni- oSt rice at the Throttle.
eau tifall anod all semi-u-.'ou so i "i. rStiicken with paralysis as his hand
ne shall know mun.h :nor' about hit t.!iteitd .-e throttle of his engine,
minerals to b' found in lorida whn -I.,,vi K:'.es. one of the best known
leted ists general work-. acks(onvil- eniii.,.r- of the Atlantic Coast Line,.
pleated its ,iteral woi.-.aknvi1 ihovering bjt-tween life and death at
Times-Union. -'. South Florida sanitarium, to
Welcomed by Entire State Press. hth ii aniiiariuint he was conveyed
F. R. McCor-mack has i-ce-ntt ly 'a:'!-y es"terlay muorniing. 31i. Kayve
turned to Florida and assium.'d ,di had brought his train, a long freight,
trial cont-rol of the Live Oak Deno- ::p f'otn Port Tampa, on its way to
crat. He is one of the -anest, mu-t .lackson'ville. He was in apparent
popular editors in tite state and is g ,od lhealith. H-is fireman, a colored
being accorded a hearty welcome h. :ran named Wagner. did not notice
the entire state press. Ii.ve Oak i- thing amiss. The train was
to be congratulated.-Palatka News. -rowitz to a standstill at the depot
in Tranmpa. After snome dispatches
Biqgest and Best in the World. 1iati b-een received. and the conductor
The weekly edition of the xMeam;his 'a'-i eadv to go ahead, the signal was
News-Scimitar contains a seatienent given. The fireman saw the signal
that the only mine of fallt-s earth and wondered why the engineer did
in the United States is near Hot not respond. He looked around and


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When it gets here you want your dining room to be furnished befitting the fine Turkey Dinner that
you will have.
See our Golden Oak Extension Dining Tables at $12.50 to $25.00, massive in appearance and beauti-
fully finished.
Sideboards with great big beveled plate mirror, swelled front, lined drawers for silver, roomy bouffet
space, piano polish finish, for $25 to $50. Others for as little as $15 and $18.
The new-designs in dining chairs, leather upholstered, heavy and very handsome for $2.50 to $5.00.


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saw Kayes apparently alert. seated
and with a firm grasp on the lever as
if about to throw it over and start
the engine. -Do you see the signal'"
he asked. Receiving no answer be
weat up to his companion and saw
that he was unconscious. The fire-
man summoned the conductor. The
road physician. Dr. W. P. Adamsoa
was called and he found the uncon-
scious man to be suffering from a
paralytic stroke which affected his.
i ght aside. He had Kayes removed
to the sanitarium for treatment. An-
other engineer took the train through
to Jacksonville.-Tampa Times.
A Sheriff Who Enforces Law.
Sheriff Galloway is determined that
while he is sheriff all laws on the
statute books shall be enforced. and
true to the warning given out in the
local papers last week. he arrested
six hunters Monday for hunting on
Sunday, which is a violat ion of law.
He will continue to do this until this
practice is broken up or until the law
is repealed. The men arrested we're
all white. He gives notice that he
will arrest all persons also who are
caught carrying concealed weapons.
whether they have procured a license
to carry firearms or not, as this li-
cense does not authorize them to car-
ry pistols concealed. Sheriff Galloway
also arrested a colored man Monday
for conducting a Sunday "blind tiger."
He is starting out right and is verify-
ing the prediction of his friends In
saying that .he would make a vigilant
official.-Ocala Banner.
Big Deal in Orange Land.
A. H. Morton .a well known capital-
ist of this city, has purchased a 22,O0t0
acre tract of the finest orange and
pineapple land in Florida. The new-
ly acquired properly is located in
townships 39. 40 and 42, Dade county.
The transaction was a cash one. but
the amount of money Mr. Morton paid
for the tract has not been made pub-
lie- Mr. 'Morton stated that improve-
ments on the property would begi-n
immediately, and that within a short
time a goodly share of the acreage
would -be graced with an orange
grove and pinery.-Times-Union.
The Indestructible Old Party.
Whatever may be the result of the
election Tuesday, there is one fact
that stands out in magnificent relief-
the indestructibility of the Democratic
party and the principles for which it
stands. Only four years ago beaten
apparently into the earth, it was not
dispirited. It arose stronger and
more militant than ever, and entered
at once upom a campaign for the con-
trol of the country which has been
the strongest, moet active, enthusias-
tic and promising in its history. It
has enlisted the popular heart and
demonstrated Its right to existence
and its title to the confidence of the
people. It has earned and received
the dislike and hostility of every pow-
er adverse to the people's interest.
which, j its righteous ceitifcate.-
Tampa Times.

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* A WOMAN PRESIDENT. *
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."Why should not a woman be Presi-
dent of the United States?" asks
Israel Zangwill.
If Israel is in earnest and not in-
dulging in a gentle jest, we will tell
him some of the reasons.
The duties of president of the Unit-
ed States are such that they would not
permit the interference of milllinery
openings with affairs of state.
The United States government is
conducted according to law and not
according to fashion-plates.
When the president receives visit-
ors, he is obliged, owing to the de-
maads of oiclal duty. to d'smiss each
one with a few words. Is there a wo-
man living who can do anything in a
"few words?"
The president is supposed to give
some reason for what he does. The
Republic would neoer be satisfied
with a president who does things just
because."
Again, a woman elected President
wonld spend so much time and thought
planning a gown for inauguration day
that she wouldn't be able to prepare
an inaugural address.
These are some of the reasons why
a woman shouldn't be president. And
a woman not only shouldn't, but she
couldn't amnd wouldn't.


fiectrical Contractor

Electrical fixtures, desk lights,
telephone brackets, etc.
NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE.
NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL

E. W. PEAKE,
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* SATURDAY. *
* Dance at navy yard given by Paymaster and Mrs. Hackett.
* Brlde Party complimentary to Mimses Coachmen and Munnerlyn. *
* uest of Mrs. R. F. Mitchell, hostess, Miss Jennie Stillman, West Cer- *
v* ates street, 11 a. m.


THE KINfG' DAUGHTER.
7y the star4beeweled water
In the otazritbt I am dreaming
Of my star, the king's lost daughter.
Aee! She vrises from the water
With her hair unbound and stream-
in.,
Aad her blue eyes fixed in dream-
lng.
Marewmas. my king's daughter:
Art thou real, or but seeming
To be there upon the water?
Vanished-Ah. 'twas .but the gleam-
lng
Of the star-bejeweled water!
She is dead, and I am dreaming.
ftr a sea-god crept and caught her-
Nareudema, my king's daughter-
rw aIs queen beneath the water,
With her hair-unbound and stream-
Ing,
She is somewhere 'mid the gleaming
Of the star-bejeweled water.
Nor with wealth or tear's or slaughter.
Though 'twere speat until the teem-
ing
Of its blood were like a water-
lake the golden water gleaming,
Or a wine-red river streaming-
Shall the king bring back his daugh-
ter.
Myriad stars lie mirrored, gleaming
In the star-bejeweled water;
But forever from all seeming.
Passed. like a dead star from beam-
hag,
Marenema, my king's daughter.
Is no more-I am but dreaming!
Herbert Wyndham-Gittens.
EUCHRE PARTY PROVES
'A POPULAR EVENT.
A well attended library benefit
euchre party eccarred yesterday after-
noon. Mesdames Scarritt Moreno and
L. J.7eeves having acted as hosteales
at the charming afternoon which had
been planned by these two clever lo-
cal society leaders. A large number
of the first ladies of the city were In
attendance, seat being added to the af-
fair by the fact that the proceeds are
to be used to swqll the library fund.
The library euchres have never
been more popular than those which
have been planned for the present
aeason-
MANY WILL ATTEND DANCE
AT THE NAVY YARD.
A large number of Pensacollans
will attend -the dance at the navy
yard tonight to be given by Paymas-
ter and Mrs. Hackett, in honor of the
flrbt anniversary of the date of their
marriage.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Hackett are ex-
tremely popular in the, local smart set
and the affair which they have plan-
-ned for their friends this evening Is
looked forward to with real enjoy-
ment by those who -will be fortunate
In being in attendance.
DANCE AS OS-CIOL- WAS
A' BRILLIANT JAIFAIR.
rOne of the -really brilliant social
events of the season took place at the
Osceola club last night, when the
Ateond dance of the season attracted

Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
Witha LOCAL APPLICATIONS. a tshey
S"annot reach the meat of the disease. Ca-
tarrh Is blod or constltutional di.ea.
and in orIer to cure It you iust Utke in-
tCaIl ire1edi4es Hall'a Catarrh Cure is
taken Internally., ad acts directly on the
llood and mticos surface. Mail's Ca-
tarri Cure li not a quack medicine. It
was preserlbed by one of uoe'best phyal-
tans In this country for years ant I a
regular prescriptio. It is oemlMpod of
th .e best toncks iown. combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mutous surfaces. The perfect combina-
tion of the two Ingredients Is what pro-
Atees such wolerful results In curing
'atarrh. oond for testimonials free.
y. J CHBNY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. 0.
gold by DruLstsa. price t5e.
Take Hall Tamily Pills for constipa-
tion.

THE PURE FOOD STORE.


YOU ARE
INVITED
TO CALL TO-DAY

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

KOSHER
SAUSAGES
and
MEATS,
By David Berg & Co.

S\\c can promise to
tickle your palate.




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a sparkling throng of guests to the
pleasantly arranged dancing rooms.
Sweet music was discouqrsed by an
orchestra in attendance, The first part
of the evening having been given
over to an informal "hop", which later
gave way to a beautiful cotillion.
The Osceola club, pre-eminently fit-
ted to entertain the local elite in a
manner befitting a gay southern city
of Pensacola's calibre, was never
more happy in the selection of its
varied and numerous events than las:
night, those present enjoying the pret-
ty event accordingly.
MISS JENNIE STILLMAN WILL
ENTERTAIN THIS MORNING.
Miss Jennie Stillman will be hostess
this morning at her home on 'West
Cervantes street at a delightitil morn-
ing bridge party, which will tle give.
in compliment to the Misse.s Coach-
man and Munerlyn, the three popular
Jacksonville young ladies who are
visiting at the home of Mrs. It. F.
Mitchell on Gregory street. The event
will be an exceptionally pleasant one.
having been most daintily planned by
Miss Stillman. who .s one of the city's
first hostesses.
FREEPORT SOCIETY LADIES
ENJOY PRETTY EVENT.
Mrs. J. Frank Bannerman, of Fr'te-
port, was hostess at a lovely "'at
home" on Tuesday afternoon. Nov. :hd,
at her attractive home, the affair hav-
ing been given in honor of the anni-
versary of her birth. The par-
lor was beautifully decorated for the
occasion with Southern smilax. ham
boo and palmetto. After spending
several very pleasant hours, playing
croquet, etc.. the ladies repaired to
the parlor, where tables 4iad been laid.
and where a buffet luncheon was
served by Mrs. Orville Fisher. of Chi-
cago, and Mrs. M. E. McCaskill. Many
useful and beautiful presents were
receivedd by the hostess.
'Those fortunate in behin present
upon this occasion were Mesdames K.
E. L. McCaskill, John McCullough.
Nimrod McGuire, John .1. McCaskill,
Jr., H. A. Davla W. 1,. Croft, W. F.
Eldridge. John Rodgers. M. E. AlcCas-
kill. Orville Fis-her, of Chicago. and
Miss Josie Coffman. of Grand Ridge,
Pla.
BROWNING CLUB WILL
MEET TODAY.
The Browning Ci"ui will meet this.
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the home
of Miss Leila Reese. "Ivan Ivano-
vitch" and "Martin Relph', two of the
Browning idyls, will be under discts-
sion. The club has been making the
-most satisfactory progress possible,
and the meetings of this exclusie( at"
fair are becoming more and more in-
teresting.
LAMIES' AUXILIARY
TO HOLD MEETING.
The ladies' auxiliary of the B1. P. 0.
E. will hold a meeting on November
19th, when the matter of the season's
charitable work will be take up, and
a general discussion will occur re-
garding plans which are already in
progress. The ladies' auxiliary of rh'-
B. P. O. E. are among the most char-
itably Inclined associations in the
city, and its many valuable acts ot
charity during the winter season in
the past have placed it in the first
ranks of local philanthropic organiza-
tions.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH GIVES
PLEASANT SOCIAL.
The Christian church conducte-d a
.well attended social on East Cha-se
street last evening, a large attendau,.e
being reported. Those pr'csesnt paIed
the evening very pleasantly, ith' event
-proving one of the mosi pleasant in1
the history of Christian e'in:rch affair s.
A neat sum was reAlized as a result
of the effort.

'Mr. J. R. nteeling, fornier-l of Pen-
sacola, but who has heen located for
several years on the Canaj Zone. i. in
the city, having started home when
he learned of tile illness of his siler.
Mrs. B. f1. Barton. '"he latter. how-1
ever. died before Mr. Keeling coiul ,
reach here and be received informa-
tion of the fact by wireless hlile in
the Caribbean se.. Mr. Keeling's
family are still on the Canal Zone. and
will remain there. He will taa here
for a few weeks before returning to
them.
REHEARSALS ARE
PROGRESSING NICELY.
T'he rehearsals of *School l)ay'".
the dainty little opereate which is to
be given by the Junir Gardener-s. o;a
Nov. 20th. are progressing .i'-e v.
Choruses are being arranged, ilt* at


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EVERYTHING TO WEAR.


THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1908. --a

ranged and put in a bottle it will keep
11-11A-DA9 corked, andbefore using It should be A box of Ivory Soap-
As AAAIL4.II).L ,well shaken.
SAn important consideration is the can OU think of a bet
To-day and Every Saturday at poise of the head. It should be tip- ter wedding present?
S. ped slightly backward, so as to make
-,-the eyes seem larger. Ldrwering the
STHE R ADY-TOW EAR STORE hn causes wrinkles and also has a True, it is somewhat
Svtendency to form a double chin, which out-of-the-ordinary, but
I'I is a special bugbear of every woman.
"Oufftters to Women." 9-11 South Palafox Street. thior fat f a double chin has at- that is in its favor,
11 Sout aaox treet. ready made its appearance, one of the
Best exercises for restedying it is to rather than the revere.
S3 lift the head as high as possible. then And Ivory Soap is very
*I rfIIlll,-AI rB ai AB? 0 from the point of the chin with open A -r I J
ChlildreFn'sF Children's e f hand press firmly down, keeping the much more useful than
-. head thrown backward at the same
Cloaks Foragese 2 to 6 years, DresseS Nicely finished er- time. Bathe the chin and throat fre- cut-glass, silver .nd
excellent styles, in cale and Gingham quently with cold water. Another
methods is to apply some good skin things of that sort.
all colors of bearskin, worth Dresses, for ages 8 to 14 food, pick up the flesh in tiny folds .of that sort.
3 $3.50 and $4, special to-day $2.50 years, worth $2, special today 1.50 roll it firmly between the thumb and Any grocet will gladly
adto a li tody I forefinger. this having a tendency to
S,'dissolve the excessive fat cells. fill your order for a box
S' FASHION'S LATEST MANDATES of Ivory Soap; and wil
1- l The newest street glove is a single deliver it where and
whee she will spend the winter with clasp heavy kid in the popular taupe when you tell him
fihriiends. or London smoke shad-. It is decided-
a U- friends. -y mannish in effect and considered T S
caMr. and Mrs. Byroi lerbert, o[ very smart. VOty ap
MASSAGE AND SCALP TREATMENTS.aro. Ill., left last nght for a few .* For intending tourists nothing could 4 Per Cent Pure.
MASSAGE AND SCALP TREATMENTS das i in Aaba b handsosier than the tourists' coat
Manicuring, 25 cents. Dr. C. H. Allmon 'has retur.ie to of green and blue shadow plaids, in la
ur Pensacola after an extended absence. durable tweeds. The coats are ex-
He has been taking a post graduate treniely long and lined with green
MISS CARLEN, Phole 333. 390 BRENT BLDG. course at Vanderbilt Universit;y. ilk.
_---lIn tilhe realm of wearing apparel -HL T D
1Miss Carrie Belinett Harris. of EIlmi- there are countries new importations
nence. Ky., is the guest of her aunt, and a few bargains out of bargain
S-- -....- Mrs .W.\V T. Duncan. of this city. season.One of the best of these is an
fair to take on every appearance of the man for what he really represents Mr. and Mrs. G. Glede. of Freeport assortment of sixteen button kid
the up-to-date junior opera. in the anti-saloon work. He has nu- arespending a few days inthe city. For ein belacty seeker and there is aan.
There will be 75 members of the merous engagements awaiting him in t For he beauty seeker there is a
Junior Gardeners' Association who Pensacola. THE WOMAN BEAUTIFUL. remarkable new instrument for elec-
will take part, the ages of the youth -- If people laughed more they would Tric massage which can be attached
ful actors ranging from ten to sixteen MISS CORNIE BASS all be happier and healthier. to any electric light and operated by --
years. School day effects will be TO BE HOSTESS. Don't eat your meais quickly; thii an amateur. There are several rub-
used exclusively, in order that as nat- Another of the lovely events planned causes indigestion and a red los". -'er cups or massage bulbs which are ESTIMABLE LADY DIED YESTER-
ural an atmosphere as possible may be to occur in compliment to the Misses Equal quantities of lemon juice, intended for face and body. and DAY MORNING AT HER HOME
produced to permeate he entire play. Coachman and Miss Munnerlyn. of listerine and glycerin make an exc.l- Iwhich not only effectually massage
The proceeds of the attractive little Jacksonville, during their stay as lent mouth wash. the flesh. but send a gentle electric NEAR GOULDING AFTER A LIN.
entertainment will go toward finish- guests of Mrs. Mitchell, will be a Don'texl exct phvsic and tonics to current through the body as well.
ing placing the grounds of the garden- chafing dish party which is planned keep lou well if .vo neglect !he law' Kitchen rnittens can be bought in GERING ILLNESS-INTERMENT
41's in the condition which was origin..-, to occur on Monday, November 16th. of health and iein'. several thicknesses and sizes for va-
ally -planned, and upon which every Miss Cornie Bass will be -hostess. A mixture of white of eg.Z and redl riot branches of housework. There THIS MORNING.
true "gardener- has set his heart. The p pepper is good for netiralgic headache. :4 1l thick ones with straps across the
opera house will be the scene of the BRILLIANT AFFAIR PLANNED Apply it to the base of the brain. wrist to wear when polishing the
event. FOR MONDAY EVENING. When a splinter has been driven rage: then there are others to put The death ot Mr-. P. ite.'ring, an
The Misses Coachman and Miss" deep into the hand it can be extracted on when scrubbing floors or sinks and old time resident of thi tic-inity, 0o-
REV. C. L. COLLINS Munnerlyn. of Jacksonville, will be without pain by steam. Nearly fill a still thinner ones with chamois cloth curred at her ho!nu north uf (;ouldint
WILL SPEAK HERL formally introduced in local society widAimoutthed bottle with hot water, insides to use for polishing silver- yesterday morning at 7:0lo, death c-oal-
Rev. C. L. Collins. of Jacksonville, circles on next Monday night by their pla" the injured part over the moith ware. These mittens are a great pro- fng as a ,i**lief aft-rt two year-s spent
Fla., who is superintendent of the hostess, Mrs. Mitchell, at a ball which of the bottle and press tightly. 'The tt*ction to the hands and finger nails in invalidism. The funer:l will occur
Florida anti-saloon league, will appear will be given in their honor at the- suction will draw the flesh down and and they really simplify the work this morning at 9":0 orio'k at the
at the First Baptist church on next Osceola Club. The affair promises to in a minute or two the sitami will ex- more than those women who have not Sacred Heart oi "l. in tertitent to
Seahaailed themselves of this conven- lake place at St..michavl's- -emeter.
Sunday morning, where he will -preach be one of the brilliant affairs of, the tract the splinter and the inflamma failed temseles of this conen- take place at ha m r.
upon a theme appropriate to the work season. and is pleasantly anticipated tion will disappear. ience realize. The deceased. who was a shining
which he represents. Rev. Collins is among those who will be fortunate in The girl who wants to have ni<, The most cllarming knit, felt and example of noble wo:antliood. had
a most forceful speaker, and his ree- belnF in attendance. hands this winter should begin right velvet leggings remind the mothers Leen active in cht-rch affai-s during a
ence in Pensacola is anticipated thpre now to rub swet almond oil on them that it isn't quite as warm -as it. used larger portion of hler well spent life,
nuch in Pensacsureola is anticipated w itho know MR. AND MRS. JOHN E. STILLMANevey night. She should see that they to be for the smail tot's bare legs. and her death will la a void n
much pleasure among those who know WILL ENTERTAIN. are thorotrghly c leaned before putting These with very little trouble can be mane circles which will bw difficult in-
r. and Mrs. John E. Stillman will on the oil. This does not imply that had to imateh or harmonize very near- deed to till. After ~-t was stricken
entertain with a box party on Sattur- he is careless about washing her ly with the Buster Browh or any small with illness, he- s-,,lni'.ld influen<'o
The foods we eat furnsh energy day, Nov. 14th, in honor of the hands, but the modern hand ding t or oa that is slcted or t ie was still fet, ared abo faithful band o
fo thMisses Coachman and Miss Munner. modern work in this modern atos-younster. fend gathered abo he bedside
for the body USt as burning coal lyn o Jacksonville. There are here must be scrubbed with a nail The most striking trimmings for until the last. Site is -drvived by
makes steam for an engine. many other affairs planned for the brush and pienty of soap before it is messaline and other sat w gowns are ,three stns and three d-onghters to
week intervening in honor of this trio clean. After this scrubbing the al- bands and aloons of gold net cm- mourn their great lo-s. Following are
The experiments of Prof. of East Florida buds who are taking mond oil should be rubbed in and left broidered in colors-all the fashion- the pall bearers, who will officiate at
Frankland, Ph.D., of n n society circles by storm. to dry. It is as good as the cosmetic. able shades to match dress fabrics. the funeral this mornn:.t: Messrs.
sold th., London,e tirpoe. It often, These are finished with cords and tas- M. Dubuisson. Jake Lipos. Eugene
how that cod liver oil yields two PERSONAL MENTION. whitens and feeds the flesh. I sels or fringe in gold. Kirschoffer, Sam Rosso and Joseph
anDonf contract tfe t i-nt wi Bobbie is a good investment. It Matthews.
an one-half times more energy rs. Dave Herscovitch, of Warng- .speakin. Try to keep free, mhe akes very good deep rushing for
_--- "Don't forget that ir is worth practicing double and plaited with the aid of
SE li s s Yan Huessy, of Olive, is in in th privacy of one's room i to lea.7 knife plaiter- All soft nets are sut-
CO S nl he city, the guest of friends. the natural register, the tones inabe for these new r ng wh
R which tohe works b.-st. By can be made at home;
Scs Emu inU U R. E, L. McCaskill. of Freeport, is tich the loiere works ot the. By For a tailored hat of large size a
.at the hotel Escambia. ese extrcisesthereisnottheslight- popular trimming is the hontas
at the hotel Escambia. est danger of becoming declamatory.' pular trimming is the RocalontasA
is pure cod liver oil combined itor Frank declamatory style f on ati feather, fashioned precisely like an In-
with hypophosphites of lime and night for Meridian, Mis... where be is a horror, Nttt much will be gainedd ad e stiff a es t
oda. Itformsfat,g ives will remain for several days on bs- tone reh the experiment of making' fters over the brim andongqull
enriches the blood, invigorates raising the pitch of the voice. This or wings falling backwardlon the left
the nerves, and repairs tissues. Miss Claire Ely. of Montgomery, is means deep breathing, chest expan- side. JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES WILL BE
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Bullock, sien and head held erect. Without It requires a yard and a half of net
on North Spring street. these three it is impossible to have a veiling to fasten around the new large 1 CHARGE OF THE NEW
Send this adertisemet. tethr wth am o --- good peaking voice-a fact worth re ats They are ttedvery smoothlyPUBLICATION
paper in wLichit as-pears,m addre and ur Mis.s Annie McDaniel. of Milton, is membering. around the rim of the hat, then _
cIts to cover poase and we will awd u a visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McDavid. aDon't forget -when drying the face heldro aiund the chin of the w arer, and
"Complete Handy Atlas ef Wer" W :W :: --- after washing to rub upward toward Special tn The Journal.
orrT&EwOV 409l3Pew t.owy Mrs. Aunfe T. Foul. of Springfield, the nose. This will prevent wrinkles, the neck with a wide barrette. New York, Nov. 6.-According to an
Ohio will leave shortly for Chipley, and help smooth out to a great extent At all the ribbon and 'belt counters apparently reliable report current
Ohio, will leave shortly for Chipley, ad help smooth out to a great extent ill find the new diretoire belts, here. William Randolph heart is corn-
t at crease alongside fathce from soote. and They are strips of s8f$ silk, laid in pleting arrangements to add another
S 7Jon l D 7 / shio Feature eaet dus ue ate twasi m oration tucks, running lengthwise, and finish- to his tring of daily ewspaer by
adaffour ounces of orange-flower water. ing balls or tassels. It is alleged that John Temple
Rifb thoroughly into the pores and I 'or evening wear the newest scart Graves, who was the vice-presidential
we off the mixture with ao clean is of Spanish lace dyed in the most candidate on the Indepenmleace Party
towel offr thcotton mitcloth. Ywitou will blean delicate tints of pink, blue, lavender, ticket, will have editorial charge of
surprised at the accumulation of Iet". the new sheet. Mr. Graves was editor
grime it al s from the face and The enormous rhinestone hatpin is of the Atlanta Georgian before he
hands worn exclusively with large black came to New York to acce{* a $15,00
h tn hats this winter. position with Mr. Hearst's metropoli-
Often a x'esoive perspiration come.l The new cravats are like ribbon tan morning paper, Th- American. He
from a run-Jowti edition and should chains that come to the waist line or is said to be anxious to return to the
hng is better for this than to make a even lower. They vary in width from Georgia capital, and tne new paper
strong sage tea and drink a ct aful an inch to two ilches, and are made will give him an opportu:mtlry to do so
stree onig e a g a. The tea can beu o velvet ribbon or messaline, some- without severing his relations with
three times a day. The tea can be times knotted in several places, and Mc. Hearst.
bought ian.dpackages at minost drug always finished with. an ornament of
stores and directions for making usual- some sort. The latter may be a tan-
ly accompany y them, For external isel, a ball or a jewel. Ties of coral
treatment bathe with borax and water pink velvet ribbon will be faished
are also certain proprietary prepara- with odd ornaments of -ull gold set
tions that are effective in overcoming with Imitation corals-violet ribbons


with lweas ricsointe o fgs are very
eggs. The white of an egg' puirt over popular and often they are clouded are themost Wk ts ad
the borneo emrlude the Air at once I -s"with smoky brown n e.
nothing ad pain-repressing. It act You can get a ready-made vest In he most who moe
as a varnish and protects the flesh Persian or embroidered Silk or brO-
from conta.--t with the air. which i ade to wean or with esy O the rew
hat causes the severe agony. The colorings. These are used with the
white of an egg well beaten with one 1I.is coats. largest sae of any in &a
tablespoonfnl of fresh lard until a w kt
little water separates sla an excellent MEALS FOR A DAY. *
remedy, and also the yolk of an egg Saturday, November 7.
beaten up with glycerin is most BREAKFAST. T y arc 1W ino s e
soothing. If such a mixture Is ar- Mjundarin& pac sar awe always o
Broiled Salt Mackerel.
Potato Cakes, the same supedue qua*y
Dr. Price, the famous food Biscuit. Plain Omelet.
Cress. French Dressing and alway the be
expert, has produced a product Cafe an Lait.
SThe Journal. The W alter Lwa CA
Called 1.UNC1IaEON
Potato sald. 3Iim, I.


CHARLOTTED CORDAY OF VELVET.
In the accompanying ilusttratlon is shown a charming model for a dress
hat. the o-iginal being in shades of c rushed raspberry. The trimming con-
sisted of a garland of silk apples, wi th green leaves, and the curved novel-
'y aigrettes were of the raspberry color. The crawn of $e hat was a sort
44f ,ir-,.l "'Tain o'Shantej-,' an4 Ue hDcaI c e own saigly over the hair. i


PO PEIEcS
W iAT FLAKE CELERY



FOOD
which is considered to represent
the highest food production
Its healthful qualities are unsur
passed.
For sale by am GroGWs


Hot Turkey Sandwiches.
Custard. Lemon Cake.
Tea. Cocoa.
DINNER.
Oyster Soup.
Roiled Fish, Egg Sauce.
Mashed Potatoes.
Spaghetti With Tomatoes.
Baked Sweet Potatoes.
I-ttlice. French Dressing.
Queen of Padding.
Cafe Nolr.
Those fine 10-cent Official
Seal Cigar? +- -day and Sun-
day at the Crystal Plauacy
at 5 cents straight.

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"ES.L" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY"R. WAN
..g R ....... -RNo R___


,What You Want Someone Else May Have.


ADVERTISE IT


What You Have Someone Else May Want.


- BARGAES--3
$1175.00.
We are offe-ring a tvery nice 5-room. one-story dwelling i>n North Ai, a-
ai* astrt,. with a lot fronting 4i by 1"2; feet. OniKast lHill car liIM.
$1800.00.
Can buy as one-.story dwelling on Nolthii OiReu.s s.tre-rl. nPuiar G lds.i<-iil
street. -outatinfig 5 roomins, with lot eox)':. f.et. ThiT is li...id f,,i only a
few days at thim pri-e.
$2100.00.
Will get a very ni-e home on LDE-Villier stri..-t. tii-ar (I-s.iriy ',it. *. -f
m rooms. with a lot 6ix13i feet. Iton.ivnient any car liln.
Fire Insurance. -City Maps.
Agents Blount Building.

HOOTON & WATSON.
--.raff RVNA Aw aNraP.


FOR SALE


j$ 800--'or -.-ar'-- failn I ithin 2, niinute-s
riy' r !'. na<-,>la. Splendid soil.
zr".^ti 4-1i", I':,! p; s lo iis a < ti n.- wattr.
A l-ltrc ii fiii ..% $:3 c* ash,

*'1750--Taku-. C;-r,,o __ t.. tar with lot
uxu32. .,.. *]l I si -ong street.
- I.',t-. tht.r i pl[*-rt"i for .sdal in all parts
* of t' l-. kiy.


L S. BROWN & CO.
i REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND INSUR-
(ANCE.
Agents Thiesen Building


WE WILL BUILD HOUSES TO
SUIT YOU.
on lots we have for sale on
East Hill, and let you pay for
it like rent.
How about it, Mr. Rent
Payer?


Leslie E. Brooks Co.
(incorporated.) "
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
43 South Palafox Street.


$100.00
Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Residence Section
of East Hill, block from
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, hot and cold water.
sanitary connections, 9-
foot front and side gal-
lery. South front. Large
lot. The balance like
rent. Don't slave for
your landlord.


A


BARGAIN


$1050.00
For 2 Houses on Southwest Corner of 8th Ave-
nue and Strong St., renting for $13 per month.

An Investment.
We have for sale at a sacrifice to right party. a large sash. door and
blind factory and planing mill, situated at Bagdad and Pensacola. Fla This
p:ant is up-to-date in every way and can be purchased on very reasonable
terms.


HT E flSHER REAL


Leading Real Estate. Loan and insurance Agents. Office Second Foor. BOARD AND ROOMS. 5 ots on 16th ae-TE
Blount Building, "Headquarters for Renters." Phone 54. ---- nue car line the REAL ESTATE RE
I I I t FOR RENT. ",,',,, cheapest property S. Palat St. Phe
,__ATT I' K' NT- Tw, lai, rnishd ,r- ,,s. ., ................ i in this section S1100
'TO LOAN FOR SALE. inl. :nl l.n.i. i'.... 1 n n l .. ir.-1
S TEON SHORT -O.: S .N Jno. W. Bullock, Jr,
SNOTICE ,,.....* 111'1t* ENT_;'N s ,. t "1 ,: PHONE W .. ,,,l MR. B..
SWln it ; ;.d Phon- I:s. l,\ .MS d iil t 42., I- Roon s 304-306 Thiesen Building
One City Real Estate in! F(ilI AI.I'- ta II-:NT -My bum.- iii- i" RI-:N'I l

A m o u n t s f r o . N TUp .i- I. it II s t d' 1 : . ,, , N I la f \ h i fi- .. .. ,- ,.: t i I l ar g e D,, -, i, '
atul l4th Ave. .l. l L.ak,.i,-w S II.-l ovlwl."- toti-t! nfl .-t .
*ru th t'"11 .. ]h 11altrilt w t 'haf1 -01, i ........., WANTED TO END r *,,
I Trormty fami-a.-\ tl \. i IH *K lti..'l _ I 10 M-ci\an smCliure. v\,, I T1: .t , iDgs; ,g. ; .\, j, ; 'r$5000 to lend on first-class L Ce r fnm ,,t.
R .FOR SA.. Re1t. Bra at n ',k-Balk iil '- . .. ........ *... ... .... ,.00 ,t -t,- -,- .... l fHo security on short or lon g ot a n a g e ,-ai..
Real Estate. Rents and Loans. iard table*., pra-tthvally no-. ,t a 's', ,iliu. N,,irth il- u ls.t on short or long .an iei dit t
S. Appl, Jn.. : w.,. i,,,a ... ....... 0. time. Address the Chaffin i. r.-,.mmnued i
9 W. Intendencia St. Phone 211. ing Club. 1' ; n....s W,,, r .. .. . .. ,/. ",,: iF ,,,.'XT-- N. ,,,..i d ,,,,. ,,.... "' Bank, M iltor, Fla. i-
F S-OR sA L. -lF .iver and w.l il- .i tt.r Iii -, :' , a, 'pl|a.- .o ,,mter u .mn. .0-, '" .*t :.,.,-t. :;!.., .____ w, -
Pon.S -'.C)iei
W A NT E D fo l,,, ,,r n ,,ll ,,.ld I-,,iil hblood. I',i,,..,. I. ,,,, \ r <; rl. ii , .i... "._'. i. .-- -- -.. ..
W A N TE D. 16::3,. ".41"o\I I%.N*I N ::17, N.u- .Ni ,, r .-- Ia', : 5 i ,."I- ii)i Is ) tAI UAi) -Yi ,.l : i,.. :1." I AN IN D
r,\-i -'-.-- '------------------- \- ; 7.. .ns .. 'i",. a.,.i,,iii,,i<.itlda .,t" :- 1'.:. HELP -WANTED.
"'AKNTilE -l-'-4sili.Oi aS ait'nt li- ir ..ll by expi ri-i'l,- lo .4. VAh . .I.i -. 4'>iy K. Vai i.u.vlw No. 4 W .'s. It aiunia >ill ifi: -- S -, -
Fgrsa, u. ,..l .....-i . *,.. !. ... .... ... 1..., k,,w A BEG IN N Il
'VA N TY:I "uT o purl hise a rlacy in w est- S' A :-- -lors.. Iiigg a .ld light D w ellings (East End.) r t. ( .. : :0.- Pn m. -. :. ,,:* p. %. ;' Jn i !
e orn T a tna. t. wh r iwt < sa...la i .e an 11 nkle. E St.. a l N". 72- N il i M I1 A1 P'nili.. ri...i t party-. North Ill. Private family .\A nt i n .- -t 1 ;i . inaiall
nd Tanmpa. Fl. hn ir lt tltt' .- ;\-all ink -.St.. w I1 T . r. 'n1. i-g n-.. -i ,;i. piarti .;17nIi-
water, t t troini $i1iOOsm.o tlo I n 1, ..i l "' .-,n,,vlw* uN, i. 417 I-..t -Iregt- r". :,re ois.,. ,,Pi,." inny i
.Ka., .. :li i -<*V la r k N o I''AK , . ^. : K.s "a .()i rt = *: i0 * : F O RiRE T. r ,' , *+,:',[ . ... -; inn n
.1 w it h gE T-a .rand i tt i h ,ia n-i4, k r ,. An d
R Ea IEstate. I*e.mn a -ola. Fli. t IovZt FOOh "1SAIE -Si veral-l head itU .. lll n o t. I'tt ; Wrigh. riilo s .... ; ,-t (i -' ). rAl t .-\,..t l _- -d i n t-prnd ne
.. .. .... ,od working ,-,.nt iio,. $.-, and l ,). l S ,r.--... Pflii--s and H I llts in all parts, ,x, ,,14 W .. .St.. "oo.th em ,
OsITIoN s stok k. shippingg Con, eArly if you want a bargain. ;a;- t ,jr h, ,i it,-. ... r : h lld regularly a
.l'erk. .. l..n; l lit l L-orv. t f Agents Biount Building. TTW O N V.: I>,. \n,; .i...,t -. -.-;
1grto ery Iilh s lc-t' S or iu-!0';il i -IrII ilr - A-141____y ---a't ii.',t S, l- .\1-tIy Ii, '-L .... slt o irrake a ot
li.in. i i of.-f-,ee. FIOR S.AL-Thoroughly kil,-i, i d ,l HOOTON & WATSON ^, tth n .S... 'orL f "
given. Ailtlirerss W. Icilli' N. forti.ais. ir imd dr'sied luinaber. sash i. i t)> mil- -- --- -- --___ W iurk .
ibon. 33 e;::. InolAw blinds. Iigh-grade paints. oilts *i|d ,lil.,- THE RENTAL AGENTS.- R(oM ).l1 f.f 'f til.N -4' ; ,,-at ____ _______ __-------- _--- e.rs" hardware. Saunders Mill 4.. -~ i-:. Call and Inspect Our Lists. Phone 54. Good Ii, i-mtl r.S.,- i s 1t. I. (;,arin St. W V.ANT' AT .\T II: ,,,ls. adiinistra.tgr
-'.A8Y SYSTE3IM of Sli.orithand learned irn.'karden streot.-t. it.\ i'R --- ---- 1 7 t* j. sawy- r: pa-,k.-r ans.. l r ii- prr-s. iv.-stm-.nt for tthi
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Inovlw W-,,, 1I r g.r\. $"22.3t. --' \ 0.\N I I .a, le *ynal and ,hil
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"'. t. alont ftor mleC(-heap, at the. ['o.,s.--la '-inta analEdition Just thtihingtosend
,"r t0it, up 4 -'liil'-i *' 5,.'iall" inti l WLi-rry Stables. i,\ l la N .St n-. t t -'Walker's Book Stotre. Phone 16S. ;;nol)\Iw*' to friends at home. It is tilled with at-
. o-,i- 1 i a Li n-v I' W Nfi $5 ii- N t H N. *litER .140traxtive pi Lures. scenes arnd view s from
tn0 or.' (n ,R iA -On a'.mnn .f I-.-.'. ,'ltl. t, ta. 1 .Hst< M.. P. I GRI -'s sILL 011 ..I 4Rwets r tiu toor cover to cover. Price 15c at bookstores or Geor
.. ...__cu I ity- I will sell nll ay hemin viitl : flat'-8 S1 c i. ['l-.i .I! _, aionP- ., t-ic ose. Ire -in.-s i-6nu--l1 i at this office. gr a a s Pay
.-I... we si--. od. 919 N iayl.- K\ <- O& O. I:! I. iI .1 9ayh-n t.. t27tf: 1 '. NT I L $1 ,000 f r Vala.bl
.---st n l:;il- l. ,i"tn rtl<- antih n 'm.11' 4st--n mtim. i i fll i .f u attllt r.I i mcI ill (n.-: I Gar S t'T U FLOWERS -Ordiri taken for iall -.l Wil- s-, i r 0 ( -1 n7 my01-. Apply r :10-
(',.. ". I.:. ;ti-tic-mi il .inviltf FOR SALE OR RiE T- -'eanrcu,--. ttalgu FOr RENT--Slur.- tre ,ilding n g8on fW. cas1t i s P Ii .la 1 er w.. iI, and F .- rnmu-t PrOperty 1n orida.-i
on Santa Rosa Sound. ;qtod rilthtuild- C'orner Z'ia ,ri.-.-sa t aI Bal-en strooe s. \l-rs- ln i'ine l.la R s. ,- N-. p P rty in F ord .
IT I' i 1S .11.\ l $1-.5u \ pts. $1.lt; igs and abp t 19 au-r-. land. ,-\tending d pl\ .1M,- I & ..- '!ur : 1. Intn -&N-t WAWi .t u t
.rat4s ".";aio 7,,1. 'r l \',,lr own. I. -rth frontt Per sa ol bay- to Santa -R,,- -ni. d.enla'Stt .anl _'1. Ctlid-tf tYV" dT-I=n.i gi-t ex
nt. r tRani-at hair a furni.sh,.. Laura Harry 1. Gibbs. 27 P alafox t .1. .or. ,er ta arr s tt t d: what yu nt :t l i t o *l
N r. N I. .,vi. ,.-wr-n.r I u. S2o t FORR IIPNT n il.-h lhur+sex. fur at \x;:dding il t,, g,, an ad ii Th,. Jornai s ant Column. ('h C -, .i. COuneii. of ARn ricus.
:::.n 1 y hStores titfing. w!o il kl a 'nh rl- i::1:.,. ,wn1.11co nis -a MEN'S .. 7 an:. i,1Stor. --- t.--- ,.- ....--- ... ..... --- -$2. t PiTst-n4 a i e Lo iv t e".. Ha rg resnr-r p r time. has! jtl closed the most important
IC E --. s P E R S oL '-om, $1c t S -i ; o b oys $ .a, X. **'a l Ii t n ,n ia '.tr. t hL ........... I h m tlStf ... r l e taei p e rh a ps e v e r
I: (1.1' l'..P.R for sale at tinla of- st'.ia. t1 lo tiit. $..BI:.Iit.iihi-n- itStTt......... It... t$.I.NI.F.F'-:.at.ei.40 -________ deal il rl __t_, ia.I_ everI- __ a
ifle at five ent a bundle. I ris I tn rMtt B.- r eti o r enblatt,l ::.% I ;. I~In- IIF YOU-----TO BhRROWla i. t1 .ThW'I"I :I. r;tr .Ir, 1 ...' 8 F -ror f. -' i u Tn,ney; ,--s. i*- -'.. ii.. Sayun. rg L hire, involving as i l ogs 71.-
WVANTI- Y .. T od.urs i fl o -r fll .-- t the. | n en ( t t. i t -- ::Algye.t lti 12; V.n. Rs.narea ."-i,' I............... .'.- too raic, ei i_;tl ,. ,i ghlt-e igem) se- uiir a. *st.ill1't Keit;-k *x W hisk g aran-
i t,.. ,tlun soil- uen-.r'ral -- "I N. Pal W',. -t- ..... ..............$ 4a. t f ,urity,. r 'r, n o n. ,. t i* *-', ,i- I ..., and |d- is li e10 h .o p 1 t emAatiilh' 7t good ra Tf .-f inlimT t a zilt-ed Cu S -im fool -- t- Uak\ I u i SiWS dun j*1 nd ws i f co ieration
11ti r,.9ial t. ..9 ,o. dngooid 1.5 ue-w abgtiutly fauiLli.%' -ill boardingg Houses- IS t ui easiest ad en a ote l t I. G i nt ti s-
ltlt e nr ,.t ,..'. ;lt,,.l 4 ,1ell -hap. 'altl in person ur a4idr.s l-g,, N 14..\l ,o l. G. way. iit l ,art.,,-r- An ean- ..-,,ilr r W rit. 31-1.4 0. sy. I P Anior+ctis. I n te n t i . .. q; :i,'- i,,r ;" :,'+ :'. ,* '1 *** ": .".:.'.. .T. .'ssc o 'dr..
48,- Samson. Alat. "5D,-a-2v, Dwellings- A t H M. -LF.O.I i un. saiimakrs---an- ( ',, i.i ntI I. i -. nZto1-.'. l; ik u it*
%VANT'rED t) P .i nIi to remi odelt and new I- - AN .T O- AR-O-It -' .rap .r Gth -h ,.ulll :' tr-t. .$1S.' ass-K from 14-in i to :'6-in-,- ,f int.. K ., K i Thi; :i tiuunt--$171.00l --repr-sentt s a
eones I. ii.s it. pg .d i -mtl-uz-.l i.I -lt, '' s. IMr.r t- ey- n n iv P tJahu r ePti et.- A h.i Ji-. l,- l'fn ',-,".. ..'"... 1.-,. "'- ,, Lx, air[-triluk t.,. alw -ss Jii;;\ -, or found. ,!- w".tii cU hat .'u h It-r n d ul i o I
F hcar 'r. a ,i., lI.a.><, tith l t. :;ti. ;oE tl m Blo" l Cy in.ll tie '.xrd. (S, u t n flu-ll 1 T T -- I".it.iT t '"- : i; t ........ --*.ii. .ri "K 7u" uti I. -'a-afo-. 1 gaug for sti,- v,:- wia itt to hiiv uor (,eorgi it.
SI FaI la. or 1app l" to Clyde Bl itteli. y. I n I .IINi, 7. Nir -ltt. t --'-----------------or--5a2Ilet i tI
.... - I .. ' $:,Ia . ..f. .. 1.... .. .. ... .. I S. l:. n xl l d u e id s to lh Inn >
General .ii -n.t Apply r).. J. t Ic- .I ,,, t-w i P-.... 15.4 -0 journal'ss W:tt u lt in n-. T emr ost kSd f l ,; affr the as -t, tik- in cuiSl
d r e a sn R e skatn r C a r1 J oa(i lt. _t f -t Jo ln. 1 a c r o s Is$ : !' It -,.; .-,. . ... $ o t s'a il- t o s I t a;oT i. O ic I1 : -I X de t h o d .l! Mete*. (l o- ] t ryga ll l ci
VANT .I I- Po B.iti tt I ti tl t eumr lady.- ist -- i. I.l. P. 0. Box' 1 ., rtPensacola. FI a. I I;. .atit, i I .,-t.. .d. "2l., lt T tort .:fgairnn ti r e i'~ l d ea
n lng luth 4"',I. nix.' r-tlt.l-n-. .ul 2--. '111i ui,,, 1 ; \\ t 'nt.\. i, ; hl -t..$ .itu -* .h T : .I! hat ,ou ha, l'a ,. t e. .
earnfort- -ed.*preads, -ings. and0"aFa cur- o nfnp aym-nts. Phole Ty n-writt-i-I t i.?s T ostno T'r- so all kinds. Hav ov W arn-dn1 211t 10-- 1r21 -l"Thef o- in t I pie oombei
FORns oT nI0ISooI111t1.) Tments --: .lA ,lmol.-,- .,-,,rool"iTeil'sPrt-hao,.":. nd. aiO lno-if I"
"I'EI s ita .ash r t-g.ist-r. Ad-a hU DAT F. Acature pack.di -------- ----- i t I . .t -. ---. .... ., mov-n and -a-i--- Ftrnture paked_ \V. SNTt-7P A ,l .-,lt tl, ]-. ;. ii( ti., vi }1o F;orgia and
dremsC "R'ur.el .am, Journial. it-t7tf Pensacol F A. 1 t,. 1 '.',.7 i S.i- -l <. . ...... T .-2.S for h utponient Furuit-re s tored. Ofir.- i.. i s o I
.. M OV... .- . ','" I -* ,,1 x -,.. ...i $1. mi. phone !7'. Depict phone 7n4 2 Jnetf ,.i'x. <0 --V. f,,r t. h-ce i-.pr-a 1.l i;-il. ". ti s ,o;lPma'o of t
'VANT ll .I 1itu, in 1w that. tire .S lo- FOR SAL.E-Bila kets. -oeni atti oI.1- t i, t r..l .. r,:... l -i i :t t,. - i rr ..-. i:

ton I.'-nit l ',nla liv .-ells beatyket. t dL rugs an t -e u rtain< Vi.-Il -" -' .1 d 2., !' n ...3i $'.,.n Y A t oD E b o p- it - --'r hi ..lo... .ha .ned o er i-i
1.101i .1. ...... ;1e .....Fer R eal E" st ateN, OU ARm-t'DGyour pr n ,,1 M ONEYa l T. ,O ,, LOA iN. *h- ",Rby;; l frd h- n iollra
eoifrts, he.-urrea rS, fr s. aom hond la tnr- n- P on e 971 and Aolr I. -t I i ,., u ts -o. It i' ts no oTnre to haave the be It. Have I a- V. ; .w- rn'nl' ;to t"i hr.i,. Ini 'iin of |ne wood na
in 1ton 4 Po.e I kl u.t i8 in ulev aI tvnent. sI.mtmik m tar ll ll. 8olmonio l.Iti f l' *** li '. : --,- o,-, 55 ,- l- .tr. Il. Ih tl- -t donre at the Alayes Printing Co. 24 .. n
'hou 91 i .m ll our salemn ian wi t -all. t o. IW .tl'n erm n nL tt e I s-:.tn ,uu .,., ,h oal!t a i -- Govern e t. . ; ilthe
St. ii etl n r.t t AL E -- im bered la nid-- i. i ,,, , mi lk u,, J"',l m l h. H
narden 1u l.,nt A s s. T rle nt A o uit ..p.I- h, .hI ,,h e m" t uos H O TELS-... .... Six Mules of Pine.
an-i Offices-_. --- --- ^---j- --

. P netRolia. lnn I rtu C *rpt It.h Fisher Real Esat FORo T A IA... r tu i i ,...tx n- s c i,,. l.e :. ," fli-'i'E this manfitn- pin
WPAXT`M-:ler i'ir ordIers for ot-lo sh nea t-r m .,i s. .,n a. ..sre-et.n I y A gen c.y...tl tv-. an inoI, i l l i K sitt .a,' A-.m.
~'an1d r Yord a ordpaert'ffr t-ic meat n f .. 'THE RENT COLECTORS.'" .!;, :: I ititi, b,,. tli i'omnl;tI;1; i. it 'R I l:unutse a a; r." Thi', I'Ihi!tx" o" i1r. ( Olllh I'-
a'nd v e y'a lFeOR M 1A xa y p t of ) L F--A iu.- : I-%tlt,,,ry hu ti, ?; a h"-"lr
city.leuk SU y K Iost Mart. 10V7oPastlPhoneo8r o
tLuong. l'hoNiM"ea ar kethpt.ou fdira O nvStitoetp iorlrr !o;.., .I __ L V STOCKS'iIi'A ..: I- x -a- -:a dN.ft .c ,.,,- i it te. s er.
bolre A 4-ro em ar lino hind Ai Pe and ,I .-r r., -Ph O U L. m.li.r- ... c-. In, t:, --, .t i" I G o .... ,u ; ,. a Ra. lads. o nad O in -'7 !. .. Ii. lora i.
,*VA N T i t, .Al! kind -sIc eid -handl 3im g drsouth ar d el t. t.arxt- i. t !.."ft- IF VO "U II V. .- ihn T., 't.txt wt vi ot l not'I.. t a vtIlar" -.- ---,---- - ---i tu-- --- i ,..: .X u ,rl 1 ,. an i e t a- en
tam .k HrieuF tugi l ou h P.i shi t rietl t OR 4 .AIo~.t, o --utnttu tore it .i ladl i i.- t , iilh ver r:.'t u L- ill. t 11- t iEvet t; ill.:5.'1-i"rita n
p agU.s..- b l4 n 1 31m.r D-l "i I'.1)t, |'. I'i l.u-i 1i-',-is. -i.-"i l 's the i.
A Teteti cm"it. S Writeto uts Co rnr Ihkto. the l rni omve i t -nnt-, i r- ., ., < ,. Old newspapers ;te uneal at all time I !i ind R. l. En g -
Garden anm Al-.linz -ree a rTelephone thlan the nsau- pripe. at 840k.W ___0_d_____________at iiall eiherm i -te someo ri thet o home. Tnlels:in" f elatpo.
No. 334. F. S .lti l & c. Tp t tA5-room houseand lots ,ut t.t .. either In the store or in tle home. Th
.s Furniture -ac......... .. ... ~e epI.e'!tile ilt ft T Ive Jourt-tts aperbundle o -
-oelat -* 43* i _h-ats l_ n_-,-T-----_-- _-_-__-__-_-_-_-_,-.r.___ -- i tied and ,... -. Co,,:a sel .i:,oiu at -rie S e n d
ANT I- C E A R EMti "",yir I ., lots In on e A $m. o i mni ,, I' They are neatly n -t-. n sselil so;oew i A tori-
N.Airw, .1N Falntux St r O onEWSPAPER war fill o-N LIVE STOCK -. r all
A tKr1--Your slIo to repair .wh leA". roe a t .- o ien, ano ulind ttl. ,,: y i,.ili AND POULTRY LIi i., .- ,. .. -- [ .. .t ..,i .... Ii ,i n- tm
*- p'n t 1 i Ih"'a--------.."1w fu- I- -- 1 I -t i. I. it ia- t 'o' C'futt','gomp n isnFored
you a its t. ltu il as fouled r t15 m inutes.- nT.a,,11e.... ,- ,... ilIt- -. 9 , i tx i .'. t o :', ": w t ... "
me 514 amed 1042. 31m r stre at _____._'_________________t______ ,-- - - d -ni ..... ,,-1 i., r ; fist,, o ,:t. :.p ro.. d i"y r;. n I ID- e i.-! valuabi;is O n'. a.S
wrantsklyir-- (Tehatog winl yourt 42etfo i on Little tBa-h m at $o7,,i:,e I.;i;,;. H .ti'15.; i- l'-l,. I ,! LOST-A god -;.,:tuni-. t, reet or ex .,
pi si n vi- Furnitur* p ne d einr (tAaTden. la.shln and Intu-n -le u;as ,i K i.. -THI S O' T I:TH T i'" s:.-v- i,b., u .,ri i i,,. i'-,, .. '..:, ,yo aooreitl i it- Tlhe Joulmnals wanti
Also dome- fa-re.- fer s. ltl. Ft u"re I',,o ..f-V TdT-. 4'. .i a .r.' -.. m In ,,- .- .'.t MONi. L-D o. in' ilo. -.C i ltn. aid todious. ne-
- -R- J.O.......AL AC H IC O L A i.... ... ...i..., [ T .. _-....... -- ..en: i, FI.- co. F; -:.Ia and -n lnd ', ,.t,< x Xisitrb to Fhorida with



for 3 ye,-rr. I -''i ,,,.- =ltl., ,,, i ..e allin ,,,- -.....L O A N


C~ur h. tet-. o I-i 'lrtl-' cst-titgaridt ILI_______________ '- e .'r i property.NE L A SI. n a1 esat &J -N.' ~
t fI S ~lmrllk5 O fii:Odthr It liAn Pu1.L T TL.Apala'-hicichs Oldes-.t 6justCtm*D ir-eet. WOI- prN -.TLOAN-D.etyOn r;.e estatf e ans a.!t ltloosd teen
oxt~nx (1'#*5b w-o.S. Jeickins. PF',i.raj SUSSCRHW ORTE JOURNAL. Fihone 1144
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. ESTATE AGENCY |
COLLECTORS"
:NTS and LOANS I
87. Pensacola, Florida




JSINESS MAN.
-1'f. ar- not int ls sitrsst -Mr nur" health.
'al n \. n,;. in tl, ;nd inake
I ours<-l\ ,lin t sai,-anl-il )r" si.e, ial\ is real
-ipl)lml. ii Iflin;z 'it% ;a:!i Sninrhan
nhier an1d iirpninitn l; n1l.-. 'Not depen-
s hndle property
rs nly. unyl i'er-' in thin Sniitlil If you
lst-l. ". ;liar.lian, administrator or a
l ine.s1 man will a little monn v. w"
y.'1, on r-al estate irst mortgage. Ito
'y litn or more of our local tanks.





NG OF INDEPENDENCE.
of monvy that you earn at yotir o,.i-
,f'it of your business in what will make
mfortahle. It's what onu san it it the
tur spending that renders you happy
thr" wage earner, or man with only ar
to whom the Idea of saving money
pp4'al. In most easea the larger the In-
the living expens. and greater th.-
luate preparations for the future. As
jiwnt for the btlfnnind of the saving
with a-cuniulating funds tmt may be
with large cash reserves#- and for trins-
rs. and executors awaiting permanent
r trusts, there is no better way tI
ni to inv,--t hi "'Kupfrian Park," which
ible return.. We buy or sell real estate.
)ney for you and guarantee satisfaction.
-CLARK CO., Real Estate.


timber privileges only. and in which.
he. too, is interested.
Mr. Charles M. Council will lie pres-
Ident of the company. owiiing a fuil
Half interest therein; Mr. .1. 1".. En
sign will be vice president and gen
era! manager, and Mr. John M. Coun-
cil secretary and treasurer.
Land Lies in Five Counties..
The landsi are located in Clinch
Echohl and Ware counties in' Gergia
Coluni lia and Taylor coimtlei, F'loi-
Ida; the Benneii. Peagley, Dickcr.siu
and Dougherty interests; in oab tira'.
and the Burnett and Langdale interest
in a noth-r.
This timbered n-aei fronts for A-x
miles on both sides of the (]eorgia
Southern and Florida railway. lhthu
rendering ii most accessible.
Mr. Ensign will look afler the cut-
ling of timber and operation of mi':!.
the company having two plants :;i
S'work already. Another mill will hi
located at on(e with a idally capacity
of 75,000 feel of rlumber-worth at
present prices., very nearly $2"..001-
uet daily income.
The company will h,- a chartered
one. with the home office esialblishedl
in Americus.
A .rruit grower at. Grand .1Junclion.
Col.. figures that lihe lost jinit $5,0000
by neglecting io .use a .sinudge in t'ti
acres ofl hi. orchard when the tree..
were n bloon last spring.. But a-; h]i
used the smudge poi.s in another ien
at-res of hs orchard and cleared $.-
1000 front laiii minall patch, he i. rea
scnithly content alter ;ill.
Preijidenti Ro.cvcll tall.s straight
to lhe t-cini. hil for editorial plir-
KJo--.S h* t:'L. 'uo ong. I'nless ho
cirlibs hiimstif wh :i h.e ps to be an
edito. orf ih, Oillook ci of his ar
ticles will liWl the nijrre pap,-r. and
there will .tI troulle in llie officr..


) MARKET REPORT.


PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET.
Thi following r'por't is furnished dtailv
for The .Jl.urnal by Marks & Gayi',. F. 0.
I:. -ott,,n rnmm-hlants. l'ennav'ola, Fla.;
.Strict middling ... .. ........ .........9
M i.dd ling .......................... .. . rr
Strict low id iing ........ .........8%
NAVAL STORES.
Sa v.tiinali. Ga.. N\. *. ; The fulluwing
ar,- the uaval MtUre-s uta;in i llnn :

N ..... . . ... .. ..
K ........... ..... .............
I - -.. ... .... .. .... .. . .3 '
I ............ ............ .. 27
; ... .. X to 2 R.
; .... .................. 2 7-.1 t. 77in1
il-l . .... .... . .. 2 73
Spirits Tu;rp- !i'i ..t i- :.'. ::;i r ntt. ,

M. A. BAKER & CO.

Seamess Turpentine5 .
APcnsUacolar Fla.
1MAN UFACTL'flEa


All work Teaote w t
Wrlte am for wgrs. We cam WerM8 r#&


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NAT,. SATURDAY MbRNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1908.


"iippig ."Tt .. omsand
Notes of Inmrestmg

S The Bay Fi nt.

Work huas commenced -n the erec-
1a" of a boat house for Bd Peake

The smacks Arlola and Halcyon are
*ady to sail for the flhAbing grounds.
* *
.-The steamship Manteo arrived yes
Wbr ky from St. Andrews and left
bAt Utsht for Mobile.



The bark Maryettas will oe moved to-
Tda froit ayleh street wharf to Tar-
ragona street wharf.
The smacks Caviare. Irma and Fran-
ces and Loulsa have left lor the fish-
lig grounds.


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Cleared.
Hollinside, Br. as., WIiULaDI 1713,
for Hamburg, with 4,000 ,tasls tur-
peatine, 21,184 barrels rosin.
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
Br. as. Barkston, Rio Janiero to
(;ulf TasMt Co.
Zanzibar. Br. y., Torkeison, 1919,
Santoa to the Ke.yer-Muidon Co.
Cimbia, lDan l Paulse. 1855, Tam-
]lIco to Gulf Transit Co.
HolHingside, Br as, Williams, 1713.
Dakar to South Atlantic Steamship
Co.
Venus, Br sas, Goodwin, 2259, Belize
to Gulf Transit Co.
Vivina.. Span sa, ArroteugWl, 1983.
lAverpool, to Gulf Transit Co.
Niobe. Ital ship, Bozxo, 1482. Monte-
viiteo to Rosasco Bres.
Majorca, Nor ship, Arnesen, 990.
Buenos Ayres to A. Zeltus.
Mabella, Nor ship. Backer. 1632,
Aberdeen to order.
Blrks.
Ocean, u~s bk. Eriksea, 1239, Rio
Janeiro to A. Zelius.
Remonstrant, Nor bk. Rostrup, 1509,
Puerto Cabelo to A. Zellus.
Nornlysetv Nor bk, Chrlstensen,
3464. Buenos. Ayres to master.
San Aalnio, Span. bk. Roura, 1242,
Havana to master.
Hiawatha. Nor blW, Johnson, 1406,
Liverpoot to master.
Gavarope Fratelli,. Ital bk, Rittore,
1463, GeBog to master.
Scheeners *
Donna Christina, Am sch, Frisbie.
;;5. Belize to master.
TAX NOTICE.
The state and County Tax
book is now open for pay-
ment of 1908 taxes. On all
payments made during No-
vember a discount of 2 per
cent. Will be allowed.
J.S. ROBERTS,
- Tax Collector.

\BUILDING PERMITS
ISSUED YESTERDAY
The following permits were issued
yesterday by Building Inspector Rans-
To Leslie N. Brooks. to erect three
one-story frame dwellings. 15x40 feet
TJarragona. .
To B. C. Daval. to erect a one-story
frame building. 50x30 feet. on West
Magnolia street, near H, for storage
of wagons.
To J. D. Waters, to reshingle a
buildingg at 3.1i E. Intendencia street.
Subscribe for The Jourual
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cret-ae d preaeri agr u
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P. OLSON, Manae.


P. .Ed ndson. $1.700-The 10 Hobby and until a rulr of
SHA lot otf oIr^ ___.__ . im "i-n- r ft. of Lots 34 and 2S. also the W. 20 k .fc,-rs. W. t Brown.o,,n shlil he, l'r-si- "
A lot of old o" usWSpapmt.o ft of lots 3 Sand 29, Blk 6, Old City. dt-nt and (htneral Managei. .John Bani- j. S. REESE, R. M. CART. J. W. DORR. W R. QUICaA.,
an J. tied up in neat bundles for a 'snooby ^^sa n d re nt.d J. S. Hobby shall be Superintndnt. r. c
sal c a bundl a Th and they shall hold such offices until
sale 5cabundle, at TheJour. thkir successors are duly elected and
na office. qualified. ThePeoples National Bank of
S Trhe highest anontilt of ind, bdness. or
liability to which thie said ,rporati-n
can at any tim+e subleet-t itself is nixtd at
o..l, ,. COTTRELL.I I ;.,0 Pensacola
COTTRELL. .Fifty Thousand Dol .rs..
Fine The, subscribers to the s to- k of' said!
PPTGR P Sseducorporation. their p oaces of rE-.sihlen-e andDIRECTORS:
PHOTOGRAPHS h amount of stock ubscrbed by eat. omcRTOs:
are as follows; W. P. Brownson, whov-
SCOPensacola, Fla. place of resident-e is Pensacola. Florida. J. J. HOOTON, R. M. CARYT L. J. REEVES. T. E. WEILLII
and who subscribed for Thre-e. lluidred
II 0 (300) shares of wstAock:John br I otr,8.E .r ,
Y E A R S wnose place of residenc,- i. QuintetL-.
Rl PENSdi Au Florida and Alabmands for One Hun- A General Banking Busness Traesacted and Acunts SolIcited; Ship" Dibrs
"S. Hobby. whose plavc of residence i, menta given Special Attenti
ROF PENSACOLA. -0 LAND COMPANY is a good customer. Pinearrn. Florida. ad o subscribe
means aacure bee t or for One Hundred Fifty (1.f))i shares of
"LIOiI BEER," it rieans tone LUMBER. SAWEDC C .ESS SHIM. 'That's why we are In Witnes- whereof we ae eremito KNOWLES BROS. Pensacola, St. Andrews ad
olng. "i OLES AND K LN-IiORE SAP. set our hands this the 29th day of Oc-. IT 1r c Gulf St4a hi.
on having never satisfied unless our -. .BRow. FIR lSE, ACCsIDNT. MAINE, *STEAM-ER AON
-_CREW NOTICE. .INO. BAMEISTE. General Agen o W. G. BARROW asr
r.-rth Cptain. on. UStomers-.are pleased. sta J. Eqtable .FIRST CLHAS :- A
1101-C"Iusignees of the Stea- cs.r.tate of florida. County of Es,-ainbia: FE TC
sie oZanzibar. will be respon- Befoere the sub. riber w'. : an offcer LIVE ASSItNANCE rrTY Or NKW --etw,-
siblc for debts contracted by authorized to take acknowledgments to' YIK. PENSACOLA. MOBILE, APALACU4
Sthe crew of said ve sel. teds, personally came P. Bro.wnson. 202-VZ9 .Brer W1e.. Second Ple r. LA. CARRAeELLE, ST. Ae-
vitality, In youth and in age #KEYSER-V U J. C. TORK1 pn.pir Lanr on Baoter and J. Hobb, who EWS. MILLVLLE
-M-LON CO.. Captain. E ie Lad y C. -re subscribers to the fore-geing charter. n T a ., ,-- a_ A,. a san St. A__w- -ML pa
Consignees. .&" uueah for. h himself acknowledged to, ,Q J,,lE N iI.K -CO. r A ** ram
ER W CO., Inc.. o. t.t t signature purporting to have ... _. -_CO.Lg
Ais, oh CRthW "thCaRain. WNOwners, OlTC.i i been ade by hnm. is his signature and 49m * .t--.lirS 8: $ ,
in, Ohl*. Nflea. ither the Captain. owners. -Wim Lh S waa Binede by him_ -UIllIlN AI F WIB MOCK. lfi ? -WAa ^1"0
__ _litrl!' CFla. ,,<,, consignees of the ,Dan- n W lt mes Whereof I hia e hereunto OIeftt "is *LA MA-. '-- _
r. Pensacola, Fla. ih steamship Cutnbria. will be tmy hand and affixed yV official seal .- ~ W *.- M .-
r-sponlsible for debts contract- Phone l322 on tul:3th day of Octob.r. 1908..'. m B Slm i '
~d by t. Crew of said vesseL -hioe Up T. SOw\ELL. JKR. -- U J. P Ii /a'
_ __June t" P----JOH.N -A MoI::TTT & PA~UP. .o -. Nlotary pli.1- Sta- ,at.rg,-.i Thm Tjtr ltWs.ntWT u.a Mi--w.
CE Ister. 31y Commuissioln x thn a rm I
Coltu thisnotMI

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S4 ARRESTS 1mT10 THE "Cook the Thanksgiing



11 OCTOBER COillENTIONO Turkey .

fit for the. gods. A simple turn of the
REPORT OF MARSHAL SANDERS Mrs. R. C. Irwin of Cam- vl Btf th
SHOWS THIS NUMBER, AND AL Walton, W to the agree. and the result is a perfectly browned
SO THAT FINES AMOUNTING TO W turkey of wonderful crisp tenderness.
"$2,300 WERE IMPOSED, AND $1,- Columbus Meeting. Range installed for $12.50, $13.50 or 24.
'361 COLLECTED.
-" The Woman National Rivers & PENSACOLA GAS COMPANY
The following report of Marshal Harbors Congress, Mrs. Hoyle Tomies,
Sanders for the month of October, Shreveport, La., president, will send Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
showing the work of the police depart- delegates to the Columbus convention
Whyamjent for the period named, was sub- of the Gulf Coast Inland Waterway
mitted to the Board of Public Safety Association. Mrs. R. C. Irwin, of
at its last meeting.CapA
524 Arrests. Camp Waldo, will doubtless be one,
W Number of arrests ..............5.324 and aa address is expected.
White ................ ..........1-7 Gov. Fred M. Warner, of Michigan, 180 1908
Colored ........................367 extends best wishes for the success
WILL CURE Citizens ........................ 522 of the convention and appoints dele-
WILL CURE Foreign ............... ...... .......2 gates, among them F. .1. French, Niles,
RHJMATISM. CUTS, OLD Discarged ......... ........ ....85 Mich.
'SORS, SPRAINS, WIOUNDS, Guilty ......................... 405 New Orleans Progressive Union in-
STIFF JOINTS, I[NEURALGIA Sent to criminal court ...........19 vites the Gulf Coast Inland Waterway
SCALDS, ETZ., Nol Irossed ..................... .10 Association to .hold' its next conven-
c. A. Friedel, Dallas, T'ex. Continued ....... .......... ........ tion in New Orleans just prior to the of the First National Bank form a margin of safety to
writA.es "edel,Ballard's, Te.Snow $1,361 in Fines Collected. convention of the Lakes-to-the-Gulf
rniment feIuseBalar dsfa It Fines and costs assessed ....$2,300.00 Deep Waterways Associatipi, which the depositors that insures
i the bt for Litmen inil It found f.e s assessed ............ $43.00 is to be held between the 3rd and 15th
Is the best bLinimentn ade. Fine-, and costs collected.... $1,361.00 of November. 1909. The list of New
It eleves burns andscald' Fines and costs world ont..., $555.00 Orleans delegates will be tirthcoming -- -----Asolu e SafetyA
25c, 50c and $1.00 Fines and costs remitted.... $311.00 at a laterldate. Cascade has a soft, rich, full-yet
Pound fees collected ........ .$43.00 W. F. Vandiver, of the .Montgomery vigorous bouquet whose promise is
Balard Snow LinimenttCo. lcals served during the month of Freight Bureau, owing to physical fulfilled by Cascade itself. Mellow and security to those who leave t .
ST. IjOXTIJ. MO, October, 2,SO2, at a cost of $182.24, conditions and press of pubicdle uties, as moonlight, yet full of the life and and security to those who leave their money with us.
3TIOUI W making a cost of 6 1-2 cents per meal. will not attend the Columbus conven- Wgor of the grain. Our Certificates of Deposit are better than Govern-
tion. Mayor W. M. Teague has atp- GIO. A. DICKEL & CO.
oladUTEndlnpointed H. S. Koelheler. manager a DistillWers ment bonds because they are equally safe and pay
Sold and Kcn nk-nrd by i.IIIthe Montgomery Freight Bureau, to 2a Nashville, Tenness e
Deliver an address. N. GOLDRING, Distributer. better interest.
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, The proceedings of the Gulf Coast Penaacola, Florida.
m eth ao tnr** Iansa**. *w Inland Waterway Convention will be
h= th tr P Fa reported stenograpjiically, for the ..
P press and publish in book form.
Columbus entertainment committee
I of the Association. In Es(-amnibia Count- Cir, uit Court. State
l ISenator Francis G. Newlands, of of Florida. In Chainc'ery-Annic Ewing Vs
RL eno, Nev., expresses deep interest in day, the 7th day of l0cehner, A. 190. of Pensacola, Florida
J. T. PRYOR, AN ENTHUSIASTIC the work and expresses regret that be- the defendant, Wade Ewing. is required
SUPPOaue of political matters he cannot toappear to the ill fi against hi Designated Depository of the United States
SUPPORTER OF GULF COAST address the Columbus convention', each week for eight (Qb )'inseetidve weeksM
INLAND WATERWAYS, WILL AT Robert Isham Randolph, secretary inThePensala .t at!. newspa W. H. Knwe, Prolnt. W. K. My. Jr.. VlcePreeldent and Casher..
INLAND WATERWAYS WILL AT- ofthe International Improvement published in said Escainmia M.McMillan.nClerkCiruitCourt-By1t, W..
TEND CONVENTION. Commission, of Illinois, delegate ap (. Hartsfield. D. C. Pensacoa. Fla. Drecto-. C. Br W. A. Bont HO. Knowe. W. K. y Jr. an
pointed by Gov. Deneen. will attend 1st, 1908. octioarIw Knowle Hyer.
SCHOOL BOARD HELD MEETING the Columbus convention and deliver
SCHOOL BOARD HELD MEETINGwas in an address on "T-he Illinois Waterway Notite is hereby -ix en tint tie inton-
J. T. Pryor, of Msary Esther, wasI n and What it Means to the Great tiotn of th.' unhd'rsigned ,on the first day.
YESTERDAY AND DISCUSSED Pensacola yesterday en route to Co- Scheme of Inl Waterway Develop- as ney e n bI. .r to apply to tle
THE BEST MEANS OF RELIEV- lumbus. Ga.. where he will attend the meat, and to the Gulf Coast Inland Governor of t, tat,,- of F'orida, at hia
lafirst convention of the Guif Coast In- Waterway in Particular." Mr. tRan- office ir Ta!lahas.see. the Capital. for let-:
ING THE SITUATION. lad aterway soiaton a. a dolph writes tha v. Deneen has ter. patent incorporating tie undersigned,
Sowo ,ioee hthatGol.e e bastheir "' "t "a+dr"sita Pensacola Bank & Trust Co.
Mr. Pryor is an enthused fighting one of te hardest po- bi ivcorporatc under the nami" ; i "ank-&
litical campaigns of the century and M. MIL.LAN BRICK COMPANY, under P na c
The school board held a meeting of the waterways project, and since ante-election events will leave him the following proposed charter:
The school boa held a eetinth-reoranization of the association N e. li
nfh do en T ^o^ tp~mden0! tor^ attend t cnI' c nt .Z Capital, $200A 0.
yesterday morning in response to a has taken much interest in the work. o time to attend the convention. )IIN 'RAMEiSTI Capita ,0000.00
complaint led with regard to the Tha convention convened Mi nda. President Jos. E. Ransdell. of the .1. 8. HOBBY.
over-rowded condition of School No. nd will convention on twvene Monday, National Rivers & Harbors Congress,. CHARTER O) TIE M-MII\L.AN BRI(CK T. A. JENNINGS, CAR. H. JERNAQAN
over-crowded condition of School No. and will be in session two days. writes: -"C'OMPAN Pldit. Vle-PreldeTAt and Cashier
74. After considerable discussion, it Delegations front Pensacola and o rites: Povie COMPA La., OctPr. ld. t. Vc -ProgideandrCaer
was finally decided to remedy the er points along the gulf wll leave to- LelakePrnd J. HvidencersonLa. SOct.ary, the. ia togethr a do he uri soe .i
condition by readjusting the grades, da r. Leand J. Henderson. Secretary, thens.lv.s togetthr for ihe purpose ofat
in order that the smaller grades shall Gulf Coast Inland Waterway As- t.ing a bxdY corporate and politic under DIRECTOIS.
the laws of the State of Florida, and thatra. L.Rech,
hereafter occupy the-'sma!ler rooms. tsars tmft ad Jlim Is t sociation, Apalaohicola( Fla. the following artic shallontiitt and F. E 3rawni L. Roch J. Jrnlng
the large grades to be laced in larger 3 My Dear Sir: ., be the charter of such iSody corporate: Oliver Jernagan,... Tho. F. West. w. C. Dewerry
quarHterw.-eordingly. I 'the employ- 1OSt reliable 10y 7k3Wg tr kW "Ybmur -wire aslT t tter of tahe 22nd i Go. L. Lappingto, W. L. Moyr, J. H. Pace,
The iamne ,,f the said corporation shall J. R. Shoemaker.
ment of this arrangement, it will be to hand. I have written an urgent let- he1THE M lA R J. A. WAight,
possible to avert much difficulty. Mnay and b)Ldis hbth- T-&r, tohnd .aan', r.tle-bemak.,A.i. WrM-htMy,
possible to aert much difficulty. ter to Mr. Humphreys and hope he PANY." and its principal uff-e and place T. A. Jenaing, Carl H. Jernagan.
will attend your convention and give of business shall b-. at Pin< Barren. Flor-
you a good address. ida. but it may hax "toirer 'ffi-s at .sui ah
"'Please ay to your president that from ti ti ti c dignat- may WE DO A GENERAL B- KING AND T
not le-s than fift3 delegates to attend Thela ge-nera-il untuio of the business to BUSI SS.
th convention of the National Rivers be tranrsa-ted by thc taid c'eporationn
on the 9th 10 and 11th of Deem buying. selling and dealing in brick: the
n Harbors Congress at W11th ingf Deemon- shta bllisng owning, euilt aFing and main-_
ber, next. The LakeI-to-the-Gulf Deep IItaing 0i plants for the manufacture of
Waterway Association in a 'recent con- brick at such places as thi Board of 1)i-
ODW ARD DEAD, ENTERED HOM E mention at Chicago appointed that rectorst may from time to time deerm "MONEY MAKES MONEY.
Proper; the buying. s.-llln. lea.sing. hold-
*l-rmber, and I understand tIat the ing and dealing in real estate; the buy-
Ohio Valley Improvement Association ing, and selling of merchandise and car-
NEWS REACHED PENSACOLA OF ALLEGED THAT HE STOLE $5 will probably appoint two or three aih on general mercantile businesses;
HIS DEATH AT POINT WASHING. FROM THE HOME OF MRS.J)HN re. Ylo p rd sau ro fnsuchcotonI e giSn; andO n ed I
HS DOtoappoint just as many as he presses as the Board of Directors mar
TON-WAS CAPTAIN OF THE WILLIAMS ON SALAMANCA wises,andeI can assure you that deem advisable, and th ginning baing
each and ever-y one of them will have and compressing of cotton therein for
SCHOONER EDNA GREENHUT STREET YESTERDAY AFTER- all the rights and privileges of dele- cottonhedoing of allthing s a who ha had a savings account if at som time the accumu-
gates on the floor. We are anticipat- or expedient for the successful carryingi lation of the small amounts were not needed badly, or if
FOR MANY YEARS. NOON. ing a remarkable success this tinm' on of the business herein mentioned, the savings were root the cause of a start in business.
Sand I shall be disappointed if your or- The amount c: tt capital stor-k of tihe. Start an account even with a dollar, adding small amounts
News was receive her strda ganization is not there in great force, said corporation shall be Sixty Thousand as often as possible-have money in the bank-interest paid
fom PoiNew s was received here yesterday w'illie McCory, a 12-year-old negro Hoping to have the pleasure of your ($60.,000) Dollary, to be divided into Six while you save.
oh Point Washangton nnouncange boy, was arrested shortly after 9 early acquaintance. I am, nueHndredn 00) .0a ola: r t-. t Investigate the advantages of our Savings Department.
Woodward. He was well known iCn oclock last night by Marshal Sanders, Very truly yours. be paid for either in cash or in prropert.
this city specially alon" th water charged with stealing $5 from a mea- '.IOS. E. RANSDELL." reai or personal at a valuation to Ieo fixed A TIO B A K IE
front, ani had l,, aorg th waer chine drawer in the home of Mrs. John Mr. S. .. Thompson Field, seere- byal theBoard ofin Dlremtoted. ,nnd alterh san m M
years an1 had loan fotr iiho mbCr of Williams. corner of Salamanca street tary of the National Rivers and Har- granting of letter i patent.
Greenhut and Eleventh avenue. bors Congress, will deliver an address vl .
Captain 'oodward was a nae of The boy tered the house through at the Columbus convention on "Riv- The said corporation shall e.\ist for Designated Depository of the United States.
Bath, Me.. and was about 60 years of the front way about 3 o'clock yester- era and Harbors Improvement from a eawfrs unl sooner dis.oled in some
age. dHe is survived by tour ons and day afternoon and when discovered National Viewpoint." ? Chas. W. L ar. M. Clark, Jno. Pfrelffter. J. W. Andrewa
two daughters oneoftheb fo er now he pretended he w-as looking for G. Grovenor Dawe. secretary of the The business of the .said corporation Presidoet. VIce-Pr. & CaOsaier. Aest. Cashier. Ast Cashier.
a resident of Tanmpa. -r^some one and ran into the street. Montgomery, Ala., Commercial Club, less thaben three on by a board of noiirec-
sidentThe robbery was not reported to will speak at the Columbu s Conven- tors. who shall se-'.t from thnmseI.s a l __
police headquarters until 9 o'clock last tion on "The Southward Swing of President and General Manrager. a c- SE -
Iight and the boy was found at the Commerce." retary and Treasurer, and a Superintorn---------_ ________
Bhome of his grandmother on Sala- Capt. Geo. N. Spaulding, of the U. dent One person inay hold the off< of
manca street shortly after that hour. S. Eng. Corps. will attend the Colum- person may hold the off of Secreor T E CIH S NATIONAL BANK
-----bus convention, and Treasurer, but the Board of Iirr. .- 1lzMN
c u ators shall have authority to appoint al! PESACO LA
NOt a 1c cigar for Oc, but necessary agents for th .arrving on >: PENSACOLA
a 5c cigar for Ac. That's Real Estate Transfers. the business of -tIe -orporation. Th-
S* a 5C cigar Ior ilc. That's Board of Dire,-tors. sha-ll he -ho.ten an- A General IanIIllO SuSIw CondliuCeld d e n a Sfa *nd Cenedrvatlve
enough The El Proniso Ci- Folowfng I a ist of iee stat* "ntaly at a oneetigi of the stOckholder- s.
f o traiMctlons recorded yerteday ats r to be held on the "2nd Tuesday of ea,.h
gar for sale at Imperial Cigar alshed by the Pensacola Abstract C-.: January, and until the rs annu.da -t ,r ---
Stores. Brown and IL. S. Brown, trustee, to Directors shall be -ornpo.-d of W. B---. lta.
"tr+ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r ,.... ,. . .. llavnso Jo B -aurnl!l 0 ll .







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~PItiREA S EflF*Ttl]F~q*&Vj"q


1 the is any one thing that a
*man dreads more than another it
a surgical operation.
We can state without fear of a
botradicion that there are hun-
dqis, yes, thousands, of operations
pefor'mhed upon women in our h w
which are entirely unnece1 -
yand many have been avoided by
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S

S f f this statentnt lead
tfe oowig letters.
Mrs. Bar Base, of Kingmanl
m writes to Mrs. Pinkham:
MPor elghti years I suffered from the
IshI-vere form of female tro bles ad
Saa that an operation was my only
Mpa e0oMTrveTy. I wrote Mr Piakbam
w dto.ee, and took Lydia X. Piakham's
v e Cormp.end, and it has saved
$W it and made me a well woman."
Ms. Arthur R. Houae of Church
30dMoDrestowa.. 1., writes:
_"I Il it is my daty t le people
bmsewhVat Lydi BIL. P ab*M Vege.
al Cempound has doae for mf. I
ge mtd fromfemale troubles, and last
0k my physician decided that an
*in was neessmry. My husband
_ed and arged to try Lydia
I alha' Vegetabl. Compom3d,
0a to-fty Iag well' d strong."
FACTS uOn M
For thirty yas1-ia Pink-
hAM's Vegetable QI ud^ made
.*"| reont and he1ba hw bass the
i=dard remedy for female i ,
paspnsitivelyeriredthommaims
aiten who have beea troubled with
tan fibrmid turners, g larties,
SriodMc pains, &Md backshe.
M-f Winkhim tnvitest all sick
*w-mls to write her. for advies.
S him h" iddt---a-dN to
eal. A= LyuMass.

WHITE WOMAN ALLEGED
TO HAVE STOLEN $18
Emlua Winslow. a white woman, ar-
rested by the city authorities on the
rharge of being a dangerous aid sus-
j|icious character, was yesterday or-
Gered turned over from the recorder's
rourt for a hearing before a commit-
ShUing magistrate. She is charged with
the larceny of $18 from a white man.


Not a 10c cigar for 5c, but
K- -* -- pr r Ps -


ELECTION WERE CANVASSED.

i A. Hlocker ................ 124
Canvassing Board Spent All j Fred W. ar:sh ................ 66
S Thomas .\l. Shackjeford ........1423J
of Yesterday Tabulat- -or raiioan commi-sion-er:
J .1. C la Bea<-l .............. 193
ing the Vote. Royal c. D1in,, .................1:
S. \V. 4owleh ................... 312
-- For sheriff
A LARGE VOTE WAS POLLED FOR C.- H. Jackson ................. 915
L. R<'denbach .................. 121
A GENERAL. ELECTION, J. ED J. C. Van 'pflt ..................1953
WILLIAMS LEADING THE TICK. For Clerk Circuit Court:
WILLIAMS LEADING.THE TICK- .as. MacUibon ..................202
ET, WITH GENERAL GILCHRIST For Tax Colletor;
A. Mel). Movc-r .................4 2
SECOND-PRECINCT NO. 20 WAS .I .-R. .R.rts .................... 23 8
NOT COUNTED. For '"'V "':x A*es.-or:
1 I .1a-iat .i .............. . ..
\. \V Ric'hari-s ..............2097
The canvassing board composed uf Foi Coui-' Treasurer:
Judge Bellinger, Cbairaian .\lerritt Jas. T. Siearn ................. 1.
and Suwervtsor of Registiition Gos Willai. ................2290
canvassed the r-turns yesterday of! For County .lulg,:
the general election of Tuesday, meetl- lle.ry Bellinger ................0165
ing at 10 o'clock in the office of t Ile Foor ('ClerIr (riinal Cour of Record:
couily judge, and spending the entire F. W. Ilay. ................... 41;.,
day on the work. The tabulated rm- John 1.. Piine....................2129!
tuirni show that Trea-urer J. Eli P.or Suirin-itendent of Public In-
Williaa led the tictke with 2.290 V~oli: -
votes, while General Albert Gilhrist ... ...................
was second. Jackson. who opiois.-d I '. Ii .'. ....... "491
Vait Pelt for sheriff, received 1. th ....... ...
sheriff getting 195:: voles. T.i. vo! : For tnt!iii -r of School Board. Dis-
received -y each call'ii(dat. Is as fol- t. "N. ,
lows: .doltin h. Kohl*er ................. 1. ..
Official Vote. lFor MIv'mber of School lhoadl. Dis-
For electors of Pre.id.'.io and Vice- Irix-t No. 2:
President of the United Si:>tes: Frank E. itrawIA er .............. I.. .i
H. P. Bailey .................... 1.-7 Flor- 1\Ietnher of School Huard. Di>--
T. D. Barker .................... .. ::5 trict No ::
T. J. Bell ........................ 15 .1. W ('r'ar ..... ......... 1 11
Z. T. Bielbyv ..................... l7 -'or (C unli v S o'. :
it. WV. Bishop .................. 65 'l l.................. 1821
E. Prescott Bullock ............. . .
Henry Bush ............. ........7". For 'Cou v ( inmii ionieri D)i.1srict
P. W Butler .... ............ 17,l. N ;o 1l :
L. H. Caboon ................... .. i N.' McK. ()'r:ing ...... ......... 16. .. il
J. T. Carnell ................... INIJas. R. \\'Wall, r ................ "..
Francis P. Coffin .............. it i' or 4C'ountiy Commiii sioner, Distric i
J. J. Collins ................. . 174 No. 2:
Robert E. Davis ...............1]59L- -|sl pIh Irovio n .................15>67 '
Stephen E. Foster ............... 73: Fritz Zirk-leh ach ............... 29S
W. C. Harper ................... 54 For Conuty Cot aia,-ioner. District
E. B. Johnson .................. ::4 i No. ::
J.am es argue, Jr. ............... 61. Ceo. 11. lavis .................. 15.,i:"
.J. N. le1e..............%m..........:1 .7 o (' or llial C)Clnili itualer, 1)ijtric ,
George C. Martin .................1 ,!I o -I.:
R. I.. McClialoc ................ T. I \ ekl .... ................... 4010
F. .1. McDonnell .............. 31cQ uarie. ................1342
1). 1. McKinnon ................. 5., /
C. (. Parlin .................... 44- or titt. Ct' (',>n ini'tioner. Disiric
Samuel Pasce .................. 1725 No. 5':
W R. Peter.-on. Jr. .............. 14 Stward .................. ::
E. C. P st .............. .. .... 1 orI ist ic'. ofI t i Peace. District
F'raneis C. Pratt ............... :. No. :
E. C. Sm ith .................... I. R. IA. N k.ls.en ................ l:. S
C. H. Stewart ....... ....... . . 477 .- P. Bohe . . . . . . . . . 13.
L. P. Thompson ................ 42 11. E. Franklilin .............. ... 21'
For representative to the congress For Repres.ntattivr illn General As
of the United States fro.iu he Third seulblx :
Congressional district: F. F. Ifinghana ................ 1191
Dannitte H. .Ma.s .............1925 .'- N. IN ouns .rry ................ :l9i
W illiam H. Northup ............ w. ::; W A. .1. Pollock ............... <7-' .
C. N. W ood .................... 1: J.- .I. P. Stokes .................... 1741
For governor: E. ('. .en wo: .h ............... i ':
John A. Cheney ............. .. 6 (' I. liggina. ................... 1711
Albert W. Gilchrist ............."'"0() For C(onstit:tio.al Autentmlnint
A. .1. Pettigrew ................. .::1 S section (91 of Article (S1. IRe-
For secretary of state: lasting to .ludici:t! Salarie:.... ti i
'31. Clay Crawford .............2025 Against Constitutional Amiendi-
.Iohn F. Horr ................. 4::.'1 men1 t Section 19 of Article t5)
A. C. Sill ....................... 122 Relating to Jidicial Salaries . :0t
For Attorney General: For C('onslitttioni:l Aniinldment
Fred C. Cubberly .............. 479 Section t16i of Article (121. Re-
Park M. Trammell ............. -74 lating to Sec-ial tax for Sta,"
For comptroller: .Schools ................... .. .. 72


ONE O)F THE THIEF" STARS. I


BOOKS
I hai0 .- .a .* litinis 4-f Shakc.p^eare
TEMPLE EDITION.
I Thi-. s ;i eaut if. itin... m >npleto.
Swit no>ls. pblih.-" h% T- M>"Ic8:
4 mnipanv. illustrate ld. printed :Ti India
p.tper. full limp I.l'ea .-r. i!' fmt v% \.4iana..
1 h.av p put a sl U !.. 1.* pi #i. nir l2-iS
onl tis .set.
HARRY T. HOWLAND.
MAaaMW. ). Lma Beook ~st
Do Lam 2L. Pbme 149L

DR. T1OS. S. MITCHELL
\\'"iI risiiii- ate t 'i - p ;, il -.! % Can
I, found :at \Vhite's P'harnja' % in ian day
Ari p41 his re~itlen,-e at mti'.w
Offl.. phone. ,No. 1M. R,-idernce phone.
No.. 477

FRESH OYSTERS
Every day. The Escambia
Oyster Depot has moved to
112 South Palafox St., Phone
1210.

SECRET SOCIETIES.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS.
ll'-neaniar co"*,o ath |u i l .'' I 1
I loreh t -'apltr. No. N*, R. A. M..
o..i*, J v. .\.) .% !:. :!! ;h l 7t .,.,I,h k
\i -u ii >jam4It)s fraiter ua.llv
, itnil,, II. RY \V. G.;IBI..
\\. 1:. 4.\ rl:!tSON. II I'.

VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
SVolunteer Veteran Fireine-'ls AssoCia-
I iions metet.- ail Knigirs of ('-olumibt-;
IHall the fir-t F'rida \ n each mo1lli.
.1 .N. AINDREWS.
ABE DANIELS.. President.
Set<'narQ.
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH.
Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters of
Rebekah meets every Monday night at
S o'clock at I. 0. 0. F. hail. Vilitng
sisters cordially Invited to be present.
REBECCA JOHNSON. N. G.
POLLY DARLINGTON.
lSecretary.


SPECIAL ATTRACTION


ORPHEUM


THEATRE


TO-DAY and TO-NIGHT


MORRIS
ROBERTS


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a Oc cigar for Oc. Thats A. c. Croom ...................lsx.ij Against (:oulititurional Amend- --.. 1
enugh. The El Proniso Ci- Meiten ... .................. 172 merit Section -';. .,f Ar!icle Orpheum Theatre.
enough. The El Proniso Ci- . Skipler .....-............. 429 <2) Relatin to special tax for E.ewhere.,. in today's .Iounal api ;
gar for sale at Imperial Cigar For state treasurer: State Schools ..... .........::1h .f Oh Thea
Stores. A. H. Kimball .................. :,:9 For C(onstinutional Amendment.pllIt P ihelit. of Ihe Orphul n Theat re.
SW. V. Knott ..................... 1540 Section 135) of Artik-X:e 45. Ri.- whic! lac is Putting on a ptcia. .Il-
S" .ractlion \ ttta. nd tonii;iht. of tnier~l' ..
Sub he for The Journal1. vFr. Wbster. ..................r : 5 alinz to Numb(er of 'irclit The atraiot is Mr. Morris RcCl-rt-
For Ecommissioner of' anricultur: I Cou't................... : ...........4 and Mr. lurr. MarloeK. two Tranimps
aB. M elin ..................1.' Against (onstituTiovial Amiend- on gIloie-trot:ers. who are io trav.I th
... Cbas. F. Sc'hneider ..............23 mnent Section : o., of Articl I t'lnited States iu one year. Th'. ier
OPERA HOUSE F. Sltukel .. ....................-i Rlain to Numbe-'" o -lmington. Del.. w. tu on; :.l
OUFor state suriutendema of IItsbl-ciI C-1iti? Court ............... ."4 aWhe trip is to he nimade. and if I h,
Instruction: make it and llve up to thtir ontrac(i
ONE NIGHT. M. Holloway ................ 174- Sleyr x torant art co11 s t are 11, re(- eie o'i ""
O u'TucAy TX W 1 olm es". . . .. . . . .. 4 :tri -
FRIDAY, NOV. 13. -Mrs. s. J ni .............. s ad colds short. Cures babies and apear t te orpuni ,n rave ,
1A GOOD PLAY FOR KUSBANOS AND Por justices of supreme court: Ther e ien drn h, i t avel.
WIVES TO SE." E. By ....................... :51 wn people. 25c., a.l drugists. hri h l't, ra' a t it! :+!' o r-
iArthur Brisbane's et0torial in the N; Y.k TO TRY JENKINS. -
Journal.) .-- TO TRY JENK;NS. The Thief. t i:
CHARLES FROHMAN Presents Dr. Jno. B, Tiller N -w Vork. Nov. ,;--ohn .1. .lein- if ,ood i l,a. should c-,,n.ain a """"
cIiticisili oflife'". a- has in- wt, 'iared 4 tl f
The great Dramatic Sensation. Has recovered and will resume practice kilt. .r..II tIe ,hooo:,y -an'.-er iladiltelt by aut horili-'.a tlass i" an1d t'tlrlci upo
-M TU** during regular office hours at 310 Blount1for crimlil>Al Iara-ii-' itn conllliecf'ion I'al :l*,;a l h'ni` :I:'rt.t .
Building. vitl h1110 ailar-. of thIl -Io ia.ins Tt'ISt t ...r- 0!it ." tai- (-( 1(1ia ., P tIIa- '.- 0 ~ -
m mum ~-- t-olnpana. will hIe lalacr'.d 41 It-14 1.cotttt-trial late co!a on t! I i i "ltia
By Henri Bernstein vIe o .".a', ,., l
E ve ot'lHIan w ,lisa rJc t at td xeo id -lltc ssf ll.tI
As Played for Ten Months at the Lyceumn Everyone knows that we """" to\sr Jenkiny i- uccessio-. -iosed. in .;;n '; in hi
Theatre. Now York. are agents for the Barry natrr(h#A i i t nk -it ha.i until t,-I in r r-andihli. n ,ocha- .,w.i it\,ir .of set-
"PEvery Lover of the Drama Should Go ...oult. Go irction ul jr aIt haka .h nito-s t. I,.,-'.
and See *The Thief.- shbe.- itt) rPI ia lli j 1i11,; itl-s. ei1 v,.. nd. wihou a dull ,.
\ n. ni %ilt i, r ti Ht.- New Yurk T ibunite.p II t alleniPt to T rand "; ini( t ]. l. i Th a Th, uw Ih.j A
Prices. 0. 75. ,1.00 and 1.50. $3. 50 and $4.00 ,,n(, 4 i The ,, i n n a cent"
Bexes. $2.00. t' ionln xatl' a 1it er" ht'i! an' all in@Ho:'ot
seats on sale Wednesday at 9 a. m. Btit they don't know that:' -,t ".* ,, -*-- t .I l ebane i v -rit:rt ,; on. o s# cr-itic 'ha the
we are also agents for the ,f V-I. jisial. -rIioI s,;a,,,. It p.,,.' Its fresh
S -1 il- is that which; is ,i.-.!r-ou' : r ei
0 R P H- | U R E E D S H1 O E S.-:sc:ribe for T'ie journal., i-arts or all men ,n<< womr, i. iis o- Ciga
O Rt P H ........... .. ...... ...


OFFERS THIS WEEK The best and slickest shoe
i. w,.C. .-,mt.,..ian. on earth for $3.00. Come in:
et-se. t ti. &, .i,. -"-T.- i.ttle part- and see them- it will do'
.A m' ,-.tt, ,ii .t -..t II hedon. your heart good.
li.vt- Intr tliaiinp S'r i gingt I T mi d alt -
Li .il ~t~ti Pire irI. wlll lttefft4 .
Mativt w- *4-30\ c \ t it. .';< p. ni. Adnil.- 0
..,. ,... ?o.- .s. ,l Ad 321 and 323 S. Palafox St.
T Thr,- ...iht L.wag. 7. ::U. S::30 an, O OppositePl a4a
Sn. Night pr,.-e., tten anid twenty cents. opposite Plaza.



The Kuppenhelimer and Lawrence

Labels are a Policy of Protection against any
phase of clothes inferiority. In blacks, blues, and
handsome designs of the November-December, 1908
vintage.

$15.00 to $35.00


Comer Palafex
and Main
Streets
Phone 297


Corner Palafox
and Gov't.
Streets
Phene 476


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Good


For Sick Women
Of course. well people don't need a tonic. But
sick people, and especially sick women, frequently do.
Thiat o'eeling o" weakness, tiredness, olr lan-
giidnuess. that seems to make every ihovemnent or
thought an effort, is much more thaiL merely dis -
agreeable. It is a sign of dangerou weaku s.- and
should l)e promptly treated,with Wine of ('ardui.
Mrs. Annie Vaughan. of Raleigh. N. C.. writes:
"I cannot find words to express my deep gratitude


Take


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for
Wiu,




take]
strong
VAI


and


HARRY
MATLOCKI


TNwo Tramps, or Globe Trotters,

vho are walking and beating their
va\ over the United States, will ap-
)ear and tell their experience during
heir travels. If you want to get an
dea of how they have traveled, don't
all to visit the


)RPHEUM


THEATRE


FO-DAY and TO-NIGHT


U. S. Mail Launch
RUTH
SCHEDULE.
Pensacola, Mary Esther and Beggy MaN
Line.
James Jerauld. Capt.
SLeaves landing Monday. Wedn tday Und
Friday at 7::20 a ti.. making regular stops .
at Harris. Mlarv Esther. Camp Walton.
SDestin anid Bog;Ky.
Returning. leaves,. Boggy Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 5::0 a. in., ar-
ri'ing Ponsacola 1 ::; p. mn.
Parsengr and freight service.
For rates apply to DI). M. -Witheilll.
.ontraetor and Manager. Landing it3
South Palafox. Phone 4M.


DIRECTORY
PROFESSIONAL.

Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
Dentist.
Charges Moderate.
Office. Masonic Bidg. Next to Dr. Welch's
T. G. YATES. M. D.
Optican.
410 Blount Building.
I Twenty experience as aE n y
8 110mbaesen fIes
DR. J. B. TILLER,
I *r"'71VarTQTT *


DJEN IS.
810 leaunt Bu-ldln eben


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PENSACOLA ELECTRIC
ia' \i ;ll,-.nn ,ak.-. 4.it, it ,ol I rT-.. .lame.s Morgan, who lives a, COMPANY.
l. ntli, i.- a is ih loll .<'-t! iii' F1':le Valle. lea- Sloatburg. N.Y.. Pensacola-Fort Barrancas Schedule.
' 10o Wi-.Ss po(Vr'il H,':'yt'in' kit,-hin -"nd killed it with a club. 1i Effective Thursday. October 1. 1908.
f p b Th first rae rep eave Pensacela. Leave Ft. Barrancas.
of ma dl, ablli \ 111 -; Ii rattlt. The first rat i et rep- a. m.....................-:00 a. tn.
ald dev lolpm nt i : ,1 ',. ns thrte years. and this indicat- :00 a. In ................... : a. n.
in th,. ('iar .'r (ot it, I o iihl.rttt d that the snake was 21 years old 7:l a. m .... ......... ..... l" a. I..
\ it ole e r iild in la co s:00 a. in .................. :45 a. .
'"t 1 !1i:-oldestever kiiej in 1at colita i 4' a na...................... a. m.
tI, t,.It tih whic,,h t, i- an%1 re(-ord. .alts. o l a. a t.. ............... l :1 a. n.
I.,.) .-.+, nt i,.1 ti i *,r, ,~,i~~. ,;>i I Mor-gan 'ukinned the .-nake and will 11:1 n. m ...................: 11:040 m.
-, e a!.i iih A tn. . (. t:.;. thfe dr! % t li above hi r mantel. 11:04 a. na. .......... .. ....... 1:4- a. m.
n iana l. t .~- d .n | l 11:4.- a. ................... 1.2:20 p. m .
.. .T it0 p.. ................. 1 I: p. in.
.i.;- 1i ti a a \ ;l In -'t In 'lnn,t,..". a ltnt fox terruo '. :aIe 1 :1 f. ................... "2: pP. m
i r 'ln :oT l, ;' in 1 I. ) losav lj p. ................ .. 4. p. rn
(if' ..4fli.iI .itl.): 1f.~. t) -uau th, li\i-es of hli. 4 la-7 er. .- p. n................... ... .0 p. in.
t il-' !'.s. II( i Il dtheir two small lhiJldlrenn ::,4 p. .. ..... .. 4:1. p. m.
ten-cent smoke for five .. ... whn ie br 4 p. m ............t. p.
., o i Io ii e c N p. i,:. Sat. o ly. .:4- p.i. :0 p. .
and :iI lli- anO.d il hre fact, of ad- 6:0i, p. i. :V:4i P. in. ,;::t( ,. ni. 7:00 p I
S to-day and Sunday at; ,-,l, iia llant.s and harked loudly un- :,n p. ni. :.,p .Il1 7:1.- p. a.I 7-: p rn.
S" Paul XV. O )ert and his famiily had 5:, -4 p. 7:!>p p r. s:4 p. ia,. ::: I ir,
Crystal Pharmacy. A l t,, arouiwed and got out of the buITrn- "8:"."A" X5 p. no. : ,:0 p. .
t 1 0 . ----, '00 I T- mO *' I m m .i 0 p. ;;
Slot of those Official Seal ng hoirste in safety W hen the fir f 11:0i p. n. ,:i., p in. 1"p: p. ,n 11:.00 p. ,.
rs have just arrived. 1 ht0 4ol p1t o. dusters brooy am 1 P, .IP i. I:", p. n.
S Ib r r p The ;7:1. a. i. train fiom Pen.a,. -,'t will
SI runl as a l I. al n i nti .Hafter. T' e .5:10
I p. m. train fr-t ii -atran,-as will ir.tke all
E K at..ps. a xe-c-pt on .sattirday.a uwh iia ;* uit-al
,'ar wi! lea P Pi1 a an t i2 t p. )i
STli Pe-ns.a.."la-Hie FBayou l l t .wi l he
I dis-ontinue-d. -'-pt. on Sat'trla. after-
S7:15. a.rn.
1 :,I:4' a it .
1 : 1 p m
Through fiaeiglt !mves Pensaicula at
1:15oc p. Il
SUNDAY SCHEDULE.
j'i-t 'r l' \'.-- Pe sacola at 1:0o a. .111
Sse( d -ar at O a. tn.. and from that
what votr wondlerfnu medicine h..o *M ., w-1 dk *,v 'ta,.'i- wil
o cts:'-d, ex,-pat al.Ar i wt llk d ave orf t
Sof ('arriui did for ume, for I sin- l Rarraiin.as at :.00 p. in. instead o f 5:10 p.
\Y believe it saved niv life. '"In. ap isti I w s<--, and wvorn-out. almost ''n" .,, .s- :0 a. .
i-t I uaWEST HILL SCHEDULE.
,leatli. M y ,sister inalf%- prsua- aJs , ,,o ,o -,r, ww...l;hii o ota i ot 14111
me to take ('C"-diii. Bef('-lII I hbad -, ,sill ,at at |-a Rula ant i |villier
,1 five. (5. h,ttles, I. was welliand P m. aid -aStlda'sJ after Z p.' Ira.. whel,
i." Try Cardii. "Twill help yoau. s *pr $a t
'Wr it .. Lr eX in V l rtre t Io i, t. 1. ......
II- M I-- ,- C MPA .
[IT A RTWI W rite for. i--page alnul~rtmteg oe t-l'mff __..,. _


W Z- ~wI b'AM ~I- .desc -ib;T synatems dof mwe Dimmom Md gWS-
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CARDUI


Mobale& inPl Co..
In coeneetfo i W WiSta a. St.
Andrew* ay Kni4.i Manteo,
freight and seGte between.
Muelie. peOsacel. Panama city, St. An-
drws MUIvHl* and all pints on St. An-
drews Bay. meld i connections *tth A.
a t. A. I. Ry. train Panama City, Tues.
days and Thursdays.
For additienal Infrmation for freight
and pm eN rate apply to
Bel Phone 1250.
SIDNEY KAHN, Agent.


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CASH CLOTHIER
Penswelsa. Florida.


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