Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 11 8, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01235
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
lccn - sn 87062268
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Ch "C Ctarles W. Morse Flood of Buying Orders Stories of every C. C. ck
S* t _d _. _, Poured Into Brokers Every Cit
.Is & Model Prisoner During the Day. at Fort Hamilton This is

iefrf l l l A.eecte a ress on fare was doled out to the prisoners HARRTMAAY y Asciated Ps. m'Rany instaaces. a distant poet. It BIG BkENin
New York, Nov.7.--Chirles W. the former multi-millionaire accepted New York, .Nov. 7.-Stories of revel- was when questioned with reference
Morse, who yesterday was sentenced two lces of bread and a tin dipper TRA ry in the United States army o at to the transfers of s tat
t I I G -~ i .. ..... ,. -.. cfee whihe iwere l throuhs GET N. Y. CENTRAL Hamilt. .on..which.e. o.. tohe toansfersHofit onwcr at THE P
theslin is cell dr He ate tort t d -e o th
t Atl a. th ar ha pove every m o the rea, the disclosures made in letters alleged in r. Hainss letters.
S'Wm Shot riaoer, aciordng to the of- dipper at coffee and h a heery cI.. man n to have been written by Mrs. Claudia Colonel Ludlow said he had issued lS
So-. A als; at de Triabs. He asked no greeting for his son Harry. w4he the Hains to -her husband, Captain Peter an order to keep William E. Anais out
W Mpemaoortadal priltleges, nor has ae been young man called on him early in During the Day, and C. Hains, Jr.. were denied today by of the poet after he had received a Re lize T
gra .ted any. When the .reular. pris- the forenoon. Lieutenant Colonel Henry LadJlow warning from General Hams. father of
a. .... ,.W. W~'ere Activity Was the GreatestL who -has been in command at the fort. Captains Hains. that serious trouble tion of th
Practically every officer who was sta- might come if the men met.
F AUpon a oThely 7 B Witnessed in Months-U. tioned at Fort Hamilton during the "He told me he feared his son f Vast
S h u Vgton tls and s ~ Steel ReachedI Ts High- time me ed in Mrs. Hanus's letters would shoot Annis," said Colonel Lud- l-Th
e. -l--,- - --a m .,2 >. I .. t ee. l -~ x -, Ie I T S i-- h a s -b e e n o r d e r e d to a n o th e r a n d ia lo w yO ia -- A .l C
d the S. Must Serve Negroes, Says Court est Price. formation
----- S" Democrats Now Claim the
Sw"By Amoeem1 PrS. A' I it Prae. trons driven nnay by charging pro. A-8 located Press. "The interest
ah *Nov. T.-WPoUcema aWaNioa Marv. 7.-A decision hibitlve prices. .ew. York, Nov. .-A flood of buy- DI e ., fth tghout the
Litttl, a madiN W"emaset ad the was rendered by Cbporatlos CoSme: If a negr should float into the fa- Ing orders which had poured in on E ClCtlOn f O hio Stat Tk t w
child e At '. W. wa r were instantly Thomas yesterday that hereafter ho- verite collation room of uger ten- broker un113 t ee es is esintly atl
ile ,telIs.rieft~ats sfg, Ice cream sa- dam -and meely ask for a a of iof 6 6V h arngan stock xebia od y e of th
ils,_ at,_ a llon ssbi n d; to tloos whe re soda water s fee, he will b s, litely Informed th and brouh sces of iy on the Assocated Ps the4r claims on returns received dur- Vl magazine
r a n e Wieed d Uhr meld, h rber shops in the District the beverage wl cost him $2.35. If floor, the like of which had gotten Columbus, 0., Nov. 7.-National ing the night. It is claimed that yesterday.
t Third W vu sa of- Colembia will be compelled to he Wants a pla' small steak r he' fl blh ntt t Comitteeman Harvey arber and preme court Judges Shauck and Price n e Yor
... serve v d colored persons In the same be nomLed in advance that the check W" bare defeated. t yrendoburg, In BUffalo,
S,"- whJeis.r ooms. a datte.same price awhite will be $11.60 and with onions $1.7 some stances press umped up- State Chairman H. Newman tday ruse to tr i Toledo
= o. Wtl sla ita pr ate Nw-. person. Te ol plan. It was said, The courts have sustained s wards point at a late on single today that the entire state democratic concede tie election of Car"ai Thomp- short, wherever
l ooe at te wm be i stad a nd undesirable pa- tactics. readiness t wc pr- ticket has been elected. They base son, republican, fw secretary of state. seemdawrt.
The readiness lth whiccoast cities is b
Ce lay - o be ert g r-. chases were made the advanced vantages from t,
tlewmee A Are ad both were s ures indicated t many buying g t be of me bel
.I or H.ela Psierce 'h-d been PraccaEntire A tran -
"a without limitation Nttpe. ew YortEK "I sappee th
Sbeara. .muteo to Sd Central rose 5 a ,few Cabinet esi to the candidacy
A .ad S r He V.M tany II Urchases and 'U. S. Stel by short sports ad mch to do
S aot .h M A a o I -, . force d Itself up to 561-2, the highest a so n basil
bl bm astay mad klLed. IftUfl1 ----- price ever'touchedby tat stock. Many that p rticular
R iC eMets at Me beI M1y*I.II i Associated Pre ,s ot er prominent stocks. se I and ._ s_ ll I vaHlT LLl able e,
w re t salidown taI I St. Louis, Nov. 7.-H. Clay Pierce, points over last night's closing. Vienna, Nov. 7.-The Austian cabi- I ll! |llll | PmP-I.
there S ottlS S U" I o airman of the Waters-Plerce it I- There was no defntte single piece net resigned today as an outcome of LL UUUULLU M ce at t
he arrived htaeis rc. .ies to account for the extreqie the dissensloas betweenn the German wrk of Mr. Tae
i Company, a- eretoday n~ ~ativity, bst pemit1tion apparently _zh tow t rae tem tmp
-w- ay to Texas, where he is to.surreU- was stimulated by reports from all n. c icts inst. guesa ther- Bo- Lh out the north,
UiidPP er for trial on an indictment charg- sections of the country of receipts or hmian town. Tic tsion a o Iio nir ennnk e famloerr
in M,/ Ib,. iWBULU i perjury. He declined to make any targe..ordr b .ma cturers,, o g to do with the ternational situ- 1 t ai
statement, ut at the ofce of his -at- rapid expansion in wholesale a ndre on. It ,ii expected thathBarowaRf -
1 t I s -thatlargotatement. but at the office, of t.ail Ra W hat lrgnmbers of oe mo e I- a l d
S. torney It was reported* that Mr. Pieroe workers ame being et mloyet. a-w Blenter th. minitr tlon and success
workers arwe oT tH being eU iL~lO~e~ terror, will be initrusted with the for-
t n Haewe Be- will leave for Texas tonight. Ha Afte r isnof a new tcabine t he for. He W Be Selected by -
1 TMrs.' t .peror William as German n In r
X currertm on the to teH e Ambassador to America. d a
4,"_. PORT fc .- -"r. a Is.Now. ne

New TYo l .i V Ne Yeaers r "i irreg ar. There was very heavy b *17, Nov. 27.Pv oha '
S' i FaliSat i H -w T women, i od hor and r he s Hl UILthLe -Enrich Von Bernstorf,. who recently WVe d
Sare discalag t heoeo. *frst lady .. Union Pacific and Northern PacifBe has represented the German govern- that oe
of the lad", Mrs. William Howard not prevent a general reaction ment in Egyt, has been selected y r hue a
A*,a nP_, lr ... Taft. Mrs. Tand t not ewell iown in en lliott Asks or In- whichran to nearly a .poit. In a They Attempt to Bun Saw Emperor William to succeed the late b ra hug ineass
Ma"lI, .Nov. 7.--Tbhe hlth of New York, but New Yorkers have dis. few prominent stocks .thi wiped out Baron Speck von Sterburg as ambas- though thee
aJ General John F Weston, coa- vered that sb buyser bats here creas in Number of Offi- the gains and Pennsylvania sold a Mill of B & T sador to America. Countess n al i at lst
m 1 the i o of t Phil and the city's wema akid is Interest- fraction under last night. Substan- B ernstorff is a daughter of Edward But it .ems t
l* sbe e t"' ,ed. It develoee father latest hats, crs of the Corps. tlal gains remained for most stocks. uckemeyer-of New York. The fpo -ag bef next
,s.Sat unless his o, dition Is e W ra i- te earn- There were late recoveries in some rown ointment has not yet een made or- has been fator n th
., S s ed l"e win probably request P we ,ao o eases, notably the Hill stocks and really. but it is understood that an his elevation to
he war dep mentat ash them. e, r.hse a short tme before y A ed Press.copper, which jumped 41-2 official announcement will be given rat that this
S rellevita rof th e command willth election, were' sitaple bats, for Washino ov .-econnena pants. Asclate Pres. out within two or three days. which ls saU
"depart foram iclo by the tra 'Mrs. Taft wess a women whores Washington, Nov. .-eco en. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 7.-Night Count von Bernstorff was assigned ared to a rapid
lpot leaving In December. quietly. tons that the United States marines riders have appeared in this county, lately to Egypt. He was first diplo its place in the
iMajor Geedal Weston haseen The presideatelect does not like serving with the legaton guard t | 15 mile- from Nasiville. For sev- matic agent and consul general at world's history.
stm, btdia" .bravperio e td sverat pronounced ,tyle Inn-la y kind of Pekin. China, be credited with double eral weeks J. and C. B. Brown, big Cairo. but was raised to the rank of bat now closed
Zt t ha the hoe yat h.wealM be a rt ~r~,ag app l; rand-it-was to please time for such service as is the case S LL EL U sawmill men of JA.nton, nave receiv- minister plelpotentiary early In national la this
s pst n the hope tat he would be im, as well, a herself, that one of with those serving in the Philippines: ed threat and warnings, and one 190. He i the fourth son of Count eight was made.
able to serve out e i oivdio whis s- Mrs. Tatt's .bats. 'w In tupe and that legislation be secured to establish I time, it is said, an attempt was made Albrecht von Bernstorff, who was a gree, on what th
SinmeJt -th i sid. It s ec amethyst shades and the other In a school of instruction for cooks and Lil to burn a large lot of lumo er beloag- distinguished contemporary of Bis- tally done in
puSt wI aJte t Ish opcand black and white. One of Mrs, Taft' that assistant adjutans and inspectors mrng lg to the Browns. As a result de- marc and -e was born in 1862 while which he has
early es MMveryl, wio l t medtely is that the woman who sold her the ter oaths, are made by General G. l. here two men of that .-ction, Leo the court of St. James. W nt 1
early reoer win immediately ats I a old, school fre.. who Elliott, conmm-anda-t of the United Warren and Charles Philips. Last Te\ new ambassador began his ,
naklte spplicatim to the department lived in he -' bloek'n* the seme States marine corps. nihthilde e from Nash dil a ca9 when he was
for relief. street with Mrs. Taft in Cincinnati. General Elliott in his annual report Effort to Be Made to Have together with Manager Brown were made atache at Constantinople. Prom Aton as to e
'910 TIM" AyV This is the street on which Charles submits estimates for improvements at supper in the mill at Linton. one Turkey he was transferred to the for- sMes, and in
'0IVE US JOH46SON.- P. Taft. brotbor of thel resident-elect, as fofow.: Them as an Attraction of the guards discovered a man in eign oce in Berlin, after which he n trolleys. n
lives, and wth wbon the president- At the Norfolk navy yard, addition t-n e act of setting fire to the building, advanced from one grade t. another. s, people 1w
The New York World says: elect's family made their home during al barracks, $150,000; officers quar- at Madison uare. The intruder had slipped up by the seeing in Blgrae. Dres St. Pe took notice wh
"Big Ti" and "Lttl Tim" Sll- the aig.. ters, $60000; improving parn Squareoverhanging bank of the river. The rsbrrg. and Munich. He was con- answer
an were Iconrat eed all day yqterA grounds, $25,000. By AssocJated pre alarm was given and a fusillade of cillor of the embassy and first secre- fo'ation of h
day because In their election district R ANA O LAV The sum of $236,500 to purchase New York. Nov., 7.-When the an- hots were fired in the direction of tary in London in 1902.
out o f sT 'vq" east 373 were for R t .ICAN. LIr ATURE from the army ten thousand rifles nual tournament of the military ath- the man. The would-be incendiary
Bryan. N y aca f Pgs and one million rounds of ammunition letic league takes place at Madison jumped into the river and escaped in
"It simply Ahows." said Senator-elect Bismarck. N. Dak, Nov. 7.-Accord- is estimated. General Elliott also Square Garden in t ae spring, one of the darkness. N earlv MII' A vlabI
ultfvan, "what could have beefi done ing to the latest returns the next asks an additional increase in the per- the principal attractions planned Shortly after the asots an inspec-
-tor the ticket had the rest of the state North Dakota legislature will be over- konnel of the marine corps consisting a Vetachment of Japanese .oI- tion of the mill was made and the fol-
bustled as we did. We are not dis- whelmingly republican. Taking these of 518 marines and a number of corn- diers. At a meeting of the execu- lowing notice signed "Night Riders" --o M *Pission*
wmeraged. Give us Gov. 3ohnson. ot Into account, as well as the newly missioned anO non-commissioned of- tive officials of the league last night, was found posted on the mill:
I 1nmesota. for president In 1912 and elected senators, the senate will con- cers. He recommends that a ship of it was stated that efforts are being "Brown: You'd better shut down
.we will sweep the country. If this praise 37 republieans and 9 democrat, the Dixie or Panther type be convert- '.niulde to secure the consent of the your mill or you'll hpve to -'hut down
hadn't been a presidential year Chan- and I Independent. The -house will ed into a transport for the exclusive Japanese government to the-plan. The your will." By Assedl** abroad Is 835,
ler would have beaten Flughes to a contain democrats out of a member- use of the marine corps. He' sa>yb idea is to bring over 100 of the utandartill." ship of 95. that the work of enlisting men for the diners of the Mikado and have them dismissed by the Browns and this is al committee on foreign missions of the fund accor
service had been very successful dur- ezxibit not only the trill of the Jap- believed to be the cause of the trot-. the Methodist Epis.copal church began groups and tihe
lag the past summer, anese army. but also the various ex- ble. its second day's sessions here today divide it among
H A RVTA D E FET '^A T T o t n *n ^ ercises and games for which the, are o dns with the appointment of committees After the corn
famous. The expense would be about on the division orthe m!s-on furl! poined the h
ARVARD DEFEATED Thornton ainS 10,0. but the committee believes Holland Cancels a'1mong the various foreign lels. The others oaers
the attraction would be 'o potent that __ __ CARLISLE INDIANS 17-0 Oives Statement siie this amount would Protocolof 1904
By Associated Press. LABOR FEDERATION. By Aociated PrM. COurt Decl res Am erica
*y A-lated Pres. .four times tor a distance of 35 yards. New York. Nov. T.-Thornton Jen- Denver. Colo.. Nov. 7.-Delegates Willemstad, Nov. 7.-The treaty of
Cambridge. Mass.. Nov. 7.-Harvard Bingham School 10. University of kings Hains made a statement tonight representing the organized labor 1894 between Holland and Venezuela OcCO S
B bro d trr.atoe against the Cadr'isle BSoutr h CarolIna 6. in which he asks the Associated bodies of the United States and Can- has bee4 revoked by HoPand in ar.
Irloesto Iteible attack and on Hampden Sidney 18, Richmond Col- Press to "'.et trs right in the eyes ol ada are beginning to arrive in Den- cordance with the ultimatum deliver-
Indians today, both in attack and on H pe n 17. o o he world." Hains says that .he once ver today for the twentv-eighth an ed in Holland's second note to the
the defemtiv and won to the surprise Louisiana State 50, Missisppi A. & Prevented his brother. Peter Hains ntal conventiorn of the Atrican effect at unless President Castro BY Asese of the Sherman
f nearly Wtsa thousand spectators. M 0. from shooting Wm. E. Annis, and Federation of Labor. The session will revoked his decree of May 14 by No- New York. Nov. ..-The govern- sustained in de
by the sef .1 17 to 0. The result Holy Cross 6. Tftis 0. :vould have done so again if the cap- open Monday morning. Political mat- vember 4. Holland would no longer meant's contention that the American ard I dge tam
mould have 6ee several points larger Trinity 42. Wesleyan 0. tain had not acted too quickly. ters will likely occupy much of the consider the protocol of 1T94 to t" in Tobacco Company is a trust operating court here today
for the Crlmam- had It not been for Auburn 44, Georgia Tech. 0. He said the story that he drew a re time and attention of the delegates. fotce. in restraint of trade and in violation rented
the over-e.geqe of Harvard players Virginia Polytechnic 10, North Caro-1 volver and held the crowd at bay Rumors are in circulation that an The Curacao government has r n restr t of trade and i violation scented.

when within reCfhig distance of the lina 0. while Captain Hains shot Annis is attempt will be made to depose Sam- ceivea orders to oeclare tne port o -
Indias' goal ime. The ladians. in- Tulane University 10, Ba.yor Uni- untrue and that he did not draw a uel Gompers, President of the organ, Curacao free for import and export W
eluding the noted field goal kicker versity Texas 2. pistol until he believed the crowd was nation. of arms and ammunition anli it is also W
Balenti, proved disappolatn and were OTHER GAMES, about to do his brother harm. Hains announced that the government will
Never a factor in the cotest. It was George Washlinato 39, Washington says that when he went to the Bay- in no way interfere with revolution-
the Crimson's onslaught into the In- and Lee 6. side Yacht Club he had no idea he -*---r--------S..*.g. -try Novemnents.
dian line that Wined so many yards Harvard 17. Carlisle ldiaas 0. would see Annis. as he believed him A---F--- --By the protocol of 1891 Venezuelal
for arv. a"d proved the feature Yale 10. Brown 10. tobe in MountVernon. PRESIDENT-ELECT TAFT agreed to drop all claims against Hol-
Of te$e and Princetone BDrthon t1 h 10. tObeATin FRo KN. ARRIVES IN HOT SPRINGS ladl. and Holland agreed to prevent tr hi wife's dea
A review of the work of the two Pennsylvania 34. Lafayette 4. SYMPATHY FROM MISS ELKINS. on3piracy and filibustering expedi-y A t a Nov 7- th
se hows that Harvard rushed 448 Cornell 6.. Amherst cnprc adfliutig Jxhed ia Salt ok .I. *'\o 7. bar aod th.lhon
S2 es. had twenty Army 6. Spri c 5. Turin. Nov. Pr-The Duksident-le Taft and Mrs. BANKER SUICIDES. P JohtMted suicide e.' y while h A 'reek lg
First downs, kicked nine times from Navy 30. Villa Nova 6. zi today received a cablegram from Taft arrived here at 1:20 ed icide et while hi btt t
downs for distance of 298 yards and Syracuse 0. Colgate 6. Miss Katherine Elkins, daughter or f o'clock this morning. Several Mayence. Germany. Nov. 7.-Karl wife wsr away from home selecting a foot of te bed a
suffered seven ea sties for loss of 135 Michigan 62. Kentucky State 0. Senator Elkins of West Virginia, ex 4 hundred guest- from the ho- Oppenheim, a partner in one of the casket in which to bury her father, mouth. LyIg fta
yards. The Ilad s covered 102 yards Davidson 0. A. & MI of North Caro- pressing her sympathy with him on tells were at the station and oldest banks in Hesse, committed sui- Hawkins. who was an invalid, had ed the triger w
t s39 rl ; t ad four first lina 21. the anniversary of the death of his gave them a rousing welcome. cide by shooting here tdday. Heavy undoubtedly planned his suicide for Death rmulted
downs. kickW eisht times for a dis- St. Louis 6. Sewanee 6. mother. The ruke's mother died on # financial losses are said to be the rear some tme and was enly awaittig an left aide a the
ance* of 342 yards, and were penalized Vanderbilt 16, Tennessee $. Nov. Sth, 1876. son for the act. opportunity. Immediately tolb'wing bowj aww.

rd Says That in
y of Any Sime


en of the North
hat the Compie-
e Canal Will Be
knefit to Peami-
y All Want In-

now being taken
north in Pe lam -
lit vicinily no wdaga.
ng." sald C. C &- ;
ie IMmo ville & Nash-
" 'North and Soub."
c, in Boston, in Pitta-.
Sin Cleveland, In Do- ..
, In Cicinnati; ta
I went the public
hat .smc- one of these
found to reap big ad- '
he Panama canal, afd
ief that,*this is to be -
a is in large part due
of Mr. Taft, wha be =
with puttlag the Sam(
s, and whose work "
-as well as his trkt,
orts in behalf At =
so melh to do w .
be polls. This pablc
ft was widely explo4t-
and platform thr -
Mat the publite 'I
with the detata ofr
teh-If likely to doa ,
w vitally Its COipl- .
fully opblang winli aft
ce and property ot
r to prsmwe'Q Tait
importa'ce t 't is -
do river m t'Sum.
mned and tb me
ports became weU -. '

ty., and that sb ill '
I whiob will
bulf ports wVen the.
-open for business.
m be logical, for t tt
o RooseVelt, the leI-
e canal thus far, and
the presidency is war-
reatest public work Jn
n has engaged will bhe
I completion and take
big event. of the
And the campaign
has been vastly dn--
amrtlcular, as the Taft
to a considerable de-
iat gentleman, @ad ac.
tne great wrfks in
cen so cozmpleaeOsly '
I nd general Inlfor-
cola existing of all
Selo obblei, oa trati. -
o tking room- and-at
immediately 'eat up dd '
eI I ment eed Pe.-
eager for farther In- .
e city. In former

ry Work

conmittees divMe *
ding to cotmlaetal '
minor committees sub- .
various mISlou Sfelds.
mitttees had been ap-
smionary bishops and
nt with the sItuatfoi .
eed' of tho missions'.


y a Trust

anti-trust law, wai
ciiions handed d
abe. Coxe, Noyes atll
ited States dwlpt
y. Judge Ward At.-


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rture be barred the
1 witk a heavy stfeli
Sa shMt gom, h e- SA-
e weapon agele the
ad the nau Se& I.
it Oa the bed, he pu.
ith bit wawa I,
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S. Nkw-Two-
Tone Ctain Drapery at

Mich e Drapery.
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Thse.3st is What We

'Pats KidC~omat$ISU
V~mryKid Gkove at

AL- s M'sGome at $1.
"Ift- Tenzga $2.5

Nraw AvalsWw~rnus

umin ca, e 1Wmi d cz.
ts high bwusCt. Wr Car-
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Table ain-lr, bleached
and alf bleached, at 35c,
Tc, c, $1 and $1.25.
'Red TaMe Damask at
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Extraordinary Sale of Velvets and Velveteens,

two to six-yard lengths, many colors to choose

from, worth up to One Dollar yard, special

Near- Wool Blankets,
full 11-4, worth $2.50,
special at $1.79.

25 cts

Maish Laminated Down
Comforts, w9rth $3, special

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Fancy Poge Sits. .......... ... 60c

Suesine Silks, street and
Salome ..... ........ .$1

Opening Sale Defender Brand Muslin

Drawers ................25
Skirts ................. ..75c
Corset Covers...... 0 ..e. .35c
Chemise. .............. 75
a" W,, W 0160".2Ta


42-inch Storm Srge, navy
blue and dark brown at...... 60c
54-inch Panama, Mohir and
Beige Suiting, worth up to $1. 75c

Fine White Woolen Goods.
54-inch Storm Serge..... $1 and $1.50
inch Mohairs. ................. 7k5
36-inch Albatro ............... 50c
32-inch Frech Flannel.......... 75c
36-inch Batiste.................
42-inch Henrietta.. .:,..... .$1 to $1.50
36-inch Cashmere............. 90c

3-inch Duchess Satin,
navy, tan, rown, grey,
black and white, at $1.25.
Mesaline Satins, light,
pink and light blue at $1.25

Flannelette Gowns made

full, at 00c to $1.

Fleece line( Union Suits

[ at 50c.



Rust Proof

Brassiere at 50c Long and

Adjusto Corsets for stout
people at $3.00.

The Stockings that have


the- test-PONY


for boys

and girls, at 25c.

Wayne Knit Hosiery,
for the ladies, 15 to 50c.

Our PFauy 7eNkwe

for ladbs is the tak of the
town. Can and see them.

Maish Laminatd Down

Com s wkh pi nk blue
and red borders, $ and

Miuiery Departmuit-

A complete line of the
most up-to-date Hats to

select from

If you want to get re-
sults, try Napoleon Toilet
Articles. We sell and
ew ulmnendatl hemCe.

New Belto-Black Belts,


colom Pextr

fancy, 36c to $1.25. Salone
Belts, $" .,

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wit. a girt.
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wife, a bey; to Jee Harvey and wife,
a boy; to Dm Ke inan a wife, a
boy; to Gaorge Taylor a d wife, a
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mmttos eertlr rMs C ar 54
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st diO;ea-s; Oere Bostick, 40
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Precincts- 1I
For Prsoi*t:
Hises ................................... ..
Deb .................................... ..
Cbala ....................................
Watson. ................................... ..
PFr Coeor s
May .................................. 12
NMrthup .................................. 6
Woe ............................ ..... 7
For Seriw: -
Jackson .............. ................. 2
Redenbeck ................. ............ 4
Van Pelt ............................... 20
For Tax Collector:
Moyer .................................... 4
Roberts.................................. 19
FeOr Tax Asessr:
S .................................. ..
Richards ...................1...* ........o 21
For County Treasurer:
Stearns ................................... 3
Williams ................................ Is
For Clerk Criminal Court:
Hayes ................................ 1
Pinney .................................5- 33
For Supt. Public Instruci:
P leming *... ea, *e*.* ***********o 5
For Flw ntat :
BlghaK n ................ ............... 1
IFmnberry ................................ 5
Pollock ..................... 0
tokes .................................... 14
Wentworth ............................... .
Wiggina .................................13
F3r Article 9 ............................. 2
Against Article 9 ......................... 2

For Article 16 ..........................T
Against Article 16 ....................
For Article 5 ...........................
Aaist Article 5 .........................

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38 16 39 4
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38 31 3T 431
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10 4 .. 3 2 1 48 39 32 108
50 41 36 52 35 41 195 220 134 250

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65 37 42 210 229 153 305
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40 36 41 199 218 149 298

60 42 35 28 2B
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. NOTB-'he sam eof the eloeta reeeiviag t e highestamner pf votes fer

The fsliewing ti the total vote of
l other candidates neot contained In
the above Iade:
For electors Of Preo4ent and Viee-
President of the United States:
E. D. Barker..................... 35
T. J. Bed ....................... 245
Z. T. Ifelby .................... 713
E. Pr ott DBulock ............... 01
Henry Brush ................... 72
P. W. Bouter ................... 14
J. T. Crne ................... 51
Francis P. Coftln .............. 46
J. J. CoriC ................. 174
Robert L Davse .............15C
W. C. Harper ...............
m. B. Johaono .................. 34
J. L. I. ..................... 1. I
George C. Martin ...............1511
R. L. McClintock ................. 2
I. J. McDonnell ................ 36

C. G. ParUa .................... 446
swmul Pla ............. ....-.1725
VW. L. PetMf CLJ ............ 44
C.. Post ..................... 122
LLaOt C Pratt ............... 36
.L C. Smith ................... 12
C.I. Stewart .................477
I& P. Tnom81pexs................ 42
C. N. Wood ................... 135
For governor:
Jehn M. Oeney ................ 466
Albert W. Gilcbrist .............2240
A. J. Pettigrew ................. 131
For secretary of tete:
M. Clay Cra*Ar .......... ..2*125
John F. Ho rr................ 435
A.C. Sin'....................... 122
For Attorney Geaeral:
Fred C. Cubberly .............. 479
Park M. Trammell ............1874
Per comptroller:
A. C. Croom ........1....M...... 189

state agents who are now anxious to longer school attendance than undey
help us. the present system where tae pupils
Last year the Pensacola School Im- often leave school because they see
provement association wa. 4mnalz- no practical value In the things they
ed and in the oae school year-this as- study.
sociatln Ma been istrumental in The effect of such a movement
greatly improving school condittoes upon the teacher would be, that in
ia Pensacola. conseueoce of a popular recognition
Many of the, Improvements have of the practical value o ft'ieir work
cone about through the school board they would more rapidly Fecure the
acting upon suggestions form the S. financial and social recognition which
I. A. and all of the work of this as- is their due.
location has been done with the aP- .We would urge that you form at
proval and cooperation of our county once about your school an association
school superintendent. T.he pupils similar to the Pensacola School Im-
have been interested in the appear- provement associatlor. descripton of
ance of the school grounds ad the which you will fid in the pamphlet
buildings and ais a result the bleak- sent with this letter. Tnis can be
ness of the buildings has been rfliev- done at any school. The success of
ed with flowers and vines, the inter- the organization will depend upon the
iors have been decorated with pot interest of the teachers. but much
plants and suitable pictures and beat assistance can be secured from pa-
of all the pupils have begun to take trons and tae children will display an
a pride in their schools. enthusiasm which will repay the
Home Garden Feature. teachers for the extra work involved.
Perhaps the most valuable as well When a majority of the schools
as the most Interesting development have fteormed such organizations we
was the home gadln feature. Last hope to see all berated into an Es-
spring seeds were secured, prtses of-* eamlta county eohool improvement
feared and the children eacowraed to assoeiation w'aich will make an or-
plant vegetable and Sower garden. ganization powerful enough to effect
There were six hundred sucN gardens. almost any reasonable change in our
The exhibit of products grown e- schools.
tirely by the children and the enthus- Teachers' Institutes.
iasm of the little aaL - ara forced We are advised that the school
upon the association the `cLlkUn board will designate two days dur-
that this idea property worked Out ag the school session, for teachers'
throughout the county, would solve iasttutes aad for proUng the work
sose of our hardest pr u by of these association. It is ggsted
training the chefren toward the soil that ona one of thsme days we hold
rather than away fga it. a thus an exhibidti on the paducts 49 all
ftralalhag the county wl at it mo
ed tarmers, by gi t the p VnpWl p -
Avg eZintmg*Vea mWsreal tit
imaship. by teoacing thaa the *lue ja k -
holding their Interent -an oeacwngj[ C &s s l

his is omitted and the name of teO presidential
C. Molten ... .................. 172 Royal C
J. L. Skipper ................. 429 SW.W I
For state treasurer: For C
A. B. Kimball .................. 389 Jas. Mae
W. V. Knott....................1540 For Cc
I. I. Webstr .................. 395 Henry I
For coamiassloaer of agriculture: F.or
B. McUan .................1503 o-.rN"o
Chas. F. Schneider ............. 213 John H.
J. F. Stunkel ................... 50
For state sueriateaeat of public .For M
Instruction: trict No.
W. M. Holloway ................ .11g Frank E
Gee. W. Holmes ................ 430 For M
Mrs. 8. F. J Lina .............. 257 trict No.
For Justices of supreme court: J. W. C;
E. Bly ....................... 350 For C
Wm. A. Hocker ................. 124
Fred W. Marsh ............... 6 tephen
Thomas M. Shacklefor.. .......1429 For C
For railroad commissioner: No. 1:
J. Clark Beach ............... 193 N. McK

school gardens and award prizes.
Such a move might easily result in a
county agricultural fair.
Many who are interested may hes-
itate because they feel incompetent
to undertake such work. To meet
this situation the state university has
prepared a free correspondence
course which will give all the Infor-
mation needed. Mr. J. J. Vernon,
profemor of agriculture at our state
University, writes us: "I hope you
will encourage the teachers in your
county to write me personal letters
regarding this matter. Tell them not
to fear to write me often." In ad-
dition. a si.-ple text book has been
selected for use in this state. It is
"Agriculture for Southern Schools,"
by Duggar. Macmillan Co., New York.
Will you join us in this movement?
We would suggest that you start by
forming a small organization to be
composed of your teachers and such
reliable citizens as can be interested.
Whet possible a small plot of ground
securely fenced and near the school
should be. secured for the aehoel gar-
deas in which each child and teacher
sbeMd have a plot. When this is
not -peible aeme gardens should be
eacoraged. Bulletin No. 218. which
can be lad for the asking from the
U. S. department of agriculture at
Washingtan. D. C, will give minute
drectleas and will explain simple ex-
rients demoastratioxs that
wiL be vw able san dqidedly iter-
Iegtf. I t adataM to the gardeus
Isew _.-m- aher d be give the
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neale eq thatgpety laserte.
. ~a .,,.............. 1m
Rowley ................ 312
lerk Clecalt C6urt:
eGlbboa .................2023
munty J dge:
Bellinger ...............206
M ebor of School Board. Die-
. I:
Kobler ... .......... .. .1
[ember of School Board, Dia
C. Brawner ..............1I
memberr of Schoeol Bard, Di-
reary ....................1411
county Surveyor:
Lee ...................1834
county Commissioner, District

. Oerting ................1612

grounds and bulltnagl. With this
start at each school we May reaso-
ably expect a strong l IwItIna ta
tats county in a short ttie.
Until such time as a, eunty orgai-
zation may be elected th Peummaos
association will mdertaoe to furalh
such informati@O ad rader such as-
sistance as it ean to other aseoe
tions. If you vl eater this lmovo

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Jes. R. Walker .................. 8
pr County Commlssioner, Disrict
No. 2:
-Jo2eh Brow ..................15"7
Frita Zirlebafh ............... 2
For Co.uty Cemmaiamm r, DWI t
No. 2:
Go. IL Davis ................. 166
For Coutay Comanisiooer, IMslkct
No. 4:
T. B. Meeker ..................... 40
D. J. MeQearrie ................ 42
For County C4ommlaemeor, District
No. 5:
J. R. Steward ..................11
For Justice of the Peace, District
L. L. Nickelsena ............... 011
For constable:
C. P. Bbe ....................13m5
H. 3. FPraklin .................,819

m lt aise write our semtoary, lisw
EaS. achulman. Sehol Weo. 1, Poll-
saoset, that we may know ewb this
sf-stioa pleases you.
Towrs in the interest of NsmAis
By J. IL a wil, P'sNL.
mUMca~uau va I-who

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NOVEMBER 8, 1908.


rimtthe Au` "' Ofte
rstaem Not% as 0 to W ae- the high standard oft%9
NaEW or yet i mefg uWhat the Boys ar aind GOAreSqshool.e
-Or5- in rp o s a 7 lt t with gn prs of orosing ne A rts
taesL The oueat'"ed hat prlost out-te L_ _i t .. .. t l The Ars CCraft bi
_tl oe th New York Iautoet with TofLe a n ande the scO Octobert 29 to isncMorley, the

at esecmch m resct mcht atag predate very much te g dtorna inrl- tembere to cononl the study of art,
tl, eem te he ple out west willfor The Journal, d to devop oo tte. The re
tan support wab -balloons, end no other, res 'They Are Making .eiht girls from the nW-school to
S - a ur t aUres "balloon hr ra ow r- o 'meetaithes r n the libp rary for the
S ed -.-. aor speak t wght with purpose of organiaing the Arts Crafts
them. They treated that prize coi1c club.
tion of fat New York beauties with The pupils of the high schc lp' The object is to encourage, the
0rDcole.Cohe preciate very munch the ditor's invi. tnmbers to continue the atuly of art,
quently, Glaw faced thke problemm of re- station to write for The Journal, and asd to develop good taste. The re-
dwcing the entire front &"a rear ows Will take great pleasure In doing so qfirements for membership are good
I seat ecj h or shipping them buck-"exe standing in scholarship and good work
I. Cat'- an l e. am- i I wan a tferrile Job, when there is really something .to i1 art during the grammar school
C- .- al au who aw tbhe "Aeple" before write about. coure. The meetings are held in the
It left I tert tow'will adit, ..... . U lbrary between 2:30 and 3 on Wed-
Sm Golden Brown, but our dos townsman tackled t Our High School has an eo llment esd~ y ifternoons, during which time
and msc e le*d.' all records., inof 9 pupils this year. qere arts crafts work is done, nd it is
.. fact. Ad opedo ol-l-seventy-three girls and twenty-six hoped that some good work will be
Sa thy of ayd fotrhdy' at alteon, boys. -This is a .great i e provemet accomplished during the year.-
a" dMt M ots ock i nto. on last ear's attendance, and we . ---
hap, -( rka e *or ata 'v. them ineto lie, .ope that tne number will be.increai- School Ip emt5a.
apr yet worry them, verbally, into ed still more next year. The pupi m of Sehooi o. 1 were
.. owaD 78P8. . s abe y Th" er e a.e -- .oly surprise w en g r des o00 opeB-
esag t paste a lltgrns The l t intheseniorbt iss, heio r bteterm eliof1 hg4 t
M*- It, m u . ne w r r The yoae r e .hi wevy, hrch" a e l a c rb.. .. .w a. .
In the : .MW- u g& ir They are however byh x- -Instead of our old iron fence i a d

S -. a d it he t e, Pulaeox rt. It is to be a .banked np with aad, which will e
S. o t girls that t e boys d wlk the school boIrd had gv-

W1 m o0 thna e^"h e Ya Xo1004112o
in te W-.* ? --thi te are missed, this is one of the brlht- o u a hondasomeat-one walk an
I-. tay l o five foot e t classes in thee and heer to our Ab of the neatest kind. The highly

a S t t x homes school and grammar usy eling the stre et
t.." hee ssedll *.- be .r te ?osTl Schools Nos. 1. 70. 74. 40 and s. are rehear ing for th e bright little play

l'*.eteradig! i *body contested taf any each eto be represented by a stoad of called "School Days," whch ifs to be
-> ..f "MaeB Mar-.t l .S1e ,--flowersb, containing onl.. those raied presented at the opera house 'en No-
MW.tat such small of the exhibit r. hasr. appointed the. 0of teen the curbing and to be walk wil
...e -l-i--ram 31a as to be h ers on to lookriday. November the epreentaton of the Hd life in they
II osesa dtPeppermint 13th. In one of the tKeyser stores on At present the Wchool grounds are
ost a a a-a-en reei" aPy er Jao. W. Dorr. isclool No. 1 Mrs. Dan Ife as nt been neglected, and dur-
,. int a ba mo. nThe ave- Sheppard, o. 70; Mrs. Iwell as a er ing tshed two lats much amusement is i

d a low ail &poudlly Bi mli gh a2d o don. ami Mrs. Morrand it is Bear for o.xpected tt large to Pa that grassbob up." agrond the n
V -:. .. .i "pil.f bsu* r C. dch. The Judges who will ward the teacher's tact and crowdsi sdom in dealing

us mas5 T -w B prizes are: Dr. D. l .bHe "tphlhem. sanme p tt alcehoruses
the word ro." h ltron. M r. C. H. Dorwing of hrs. J. lonthe- u of the girl need wa fnt.e wouldtes be
:- St t r'5lid rate reducer hait mumss, the flowers to be~played at impossible for us to thk!the School
Il Ee. ...t, -. I W.that time. Theee tchild e only flow- mproven by the bright particular stars

s S' *- Sa< lly teited. ert exhibit Is to receive a blue rib. of veis mock school are oure to r
"erb. hatbloom__ inhe re fl ad to hetw e fthe interest an d enthusiasm of
Sweve em we are-oblged to does these yog amateurs, a the hard
S 1 oon at W without the beau.ful flowers whchor o her nstructo are ndca-
S- two one-dohar prightazes, ato e given for t bons of the success from the hin
ear b the i ty, and it Is ex- homes. school and grammar soin ol are busw

Ip aWniW^^- h^~otly contested The children have given much time seeing. Remember the a'e, Novem-
ed tha -ame will be tie most b Schols NoS. 1. 70. 74. 4' and o are hearing for the bright little ply
KI^++ 1 _. .++4! ri l hotly contested bf SAY each Uo" be represented by a stand of called wSlchool Days,- which i o
A.owers, n. eontaenng only those rail p resented at the o r h
Stae anntwo visited by the hildresi of the respflvo. e ve bc ci20th. for cthe At of hathe
to ae r a clean school. Mrsc. H. 6. Si-pn. the O grounds fun..
-dlITthe ue soldiers chair..n of the committee in ch rge
Metol Wters at such sall of the exhibit, has appointed the Tha- the oolURKEYS AND EGGS ia clever
I t Aby the4diU"on of dartn stands of the different ehool: I c ron The funny side of .chool
t andlever W. Dorr soo o. : rs. Dan' life not een neglecte, n r-
S7l0 Ill0W S 1 reTwhe lafollows. she pono. I70 Mrs. haory Hyer. ing the two aets much amusement is
Sb e at wl beasO |No. 74;, M-rs. Max Beat, -, o. 40; provided by the novel and interesting
H wa a laars. MoErnest Y e. arj ore Co.nge st that bobu." and the
-i bow t 1 e: .ti st .wanh. The Judges who will award the teachers tact and *is m in dealing

Ss. W. ver. The child having thefin- gifuven by the bright particular stars

,, it, Invitee e trh ibiEN AistOMrlInvie ea bluerib. of is mock school are rure to be
-.AT -"Hbon and besides this Ihere are to be all hits.
aw t tL y to 00 I" Y TAL" given tw* o3 WModa. one for the finest It te interest and enthusiasm of

t. g Ik, 1 4 * < tat der the diction f of Miw s .Thqe atrice WILL VOTE UPON THE ISSUANCE a-
thenext be st.t givej for tiOus of the tumcess of tbepthen
CndY * poun d oa,.is goi ,t, en
S- mo .ivtnemuch time seeing.. Remember the ea'e, Novem-
d.p.. ... rsel IPrr 1b. and -care to the cultivatIon of the be 2th.

ttoli* locl 3LrBr one bee Amera The G Cluoweri and they will m o bou t A thede tn of2 th s o
-16 WI aWa at3C oP lb. make a beautiful display, when ar- Not a o c cgaer for o, ut
a s t 1 t oCuPeh. nut rangedltt. Everyone who cand0 possibly ae irgar rfr o T ,hat

.-n attauce at 3k Six enter preheae tento utrag e ae we be afr are at ene ingi tJ
N ---,s vtiButter- visit the h tblt houln dosol Thoey ua. oSro dr f.o5. h i
aindren n ths good work.of 00.000 a as it requires
T AT NOON FO ere dlb. Red traChts irry Athletichl. a ttird vote of the tock, it i r
'C-. h.... .M_ The members of the Hith School GOPHERS CHICKENS
35 Cper lb. expect to publish the fourth annual GOPHERS, CHICKENS
.114. -- :-_e] --- T_. J u s .power to make it a M success. feeling T -- A DES
Sby...... . ". ar lb. sure that it will be a credit to the Goper Cc a g -
: ___ . heldr. A High SOhoo meing was ways on hand. Phone 343. 301S.
A OW-WW+rnenleldduring October and the editors Ba ylen. corner Govern--entt J FF.
*rWi the dif fe, elect- ..hode.
t 30m switch Hilma Gre edior-in-chlef" _
Sand Bertram Coleman. bus'aess w n..... .
JUITTLE r IJUE.PL aer. Th-st two offices areby far .HT COMPAn Y
and IIII --" --"-" aml great deal of soblity mL
r Iests upon them. Ida" 1allorl
l eISS. CIs Welected art editor, and Olivia 1e.0
.L W .- on, Sertram Da1elaser, oTuis-. Wil-
liams, rnest Yolge. Marjorie Yonge.
!.- ....... o Will Coe. Roland White n,-I llllan l
.or RIV. lCUSMAN SUMITS R PORT Willon associate editors. cers U U IHIL. .IU

M UET 1 I AFrTERNIOON FORI tbe wor distributed. 'l0 tracts in Athletics, a two-thirds vote of the stock., it is

THE oIRD SAM OF THE tt High School. early in October, it was attend.
President Musdon has returned to
RMiS, AND AN INTERSTING N One hdrd and f dty-ive meal determined that the P. Ht. S. would thPre it and willbe preturned nt at
we ANre aRIstributedmi among the destitute. go in for athletics. and would begin t i dwil b p the
QAME IS EXPECTED. f-ee lodgings being give in 217 in- by organlzina& football *tam. Wit meeting Monday night.
S-- ae Fifteen letters were written this end in view. Darwin Meyers was .
7T% BMW =6 1"e aeri Ot I'W eI80n. 10 behag the number re- elected captain and manager. and ar-
SB a Pes ved n the month rangements made for o encing OL CORES CIC COUGHS
practice as soon as possible.
The High School has tje material COLDS AND Mi lU ITIS
this year to make an exceedpuglCvOLDS ND MnIwIw
stron .team. and with plenty of hard After Other Remedies Fail
practicing under a good coach, the
f-1 fUm .DIt ~I ProSpects are very bright for turning "I have been troubled with a chroa-
SW out one of the fastest teas the High ic cold and bronchitis for a long time
S^- .~ :When u the mte +tht a ao- I iSchool 'as Tet produced. it is hoped and have tried may remedies with-
Ss'aen e rtnhepeae the fact that Nemaeaer's Seam- tat the High School may obstai a out finding relief. Throug-i the kind
Jh o tf t husbNm ON a tpo emue0CSSmly f r game with the Classical School for suggestion of a friend I tried Vinol,
+Yes you mAst adfdit &at it Is acked by g uehie ismit, Thanksgiving Day. If this can be ar- and after taking four bottle, am sa-
ad while. hundreds o, other an wacie ba* e come and raaned. there will be the hardest tirely- cured." A. H. Wilde, 733 8th
sgee during that teep, yet. t-day, eds@ fought battle that has 1ver taken avenue, Muoeapolls, Mian.
place between the two rehoo, for McDonald, 147 W. Congress at.,
Aft-0. t t tms are about equal in weight. St. Paul, Minn.. writes: "I contract-
SPlans are now on foot for orianix- ed a severe cold last winter and
log h a track team to win back the thought I would never get rid of it.
StoM a he trophy which the Classical Scool I tried Viol a &last resort, and it
SW W captured two ye'rs aOt. N the mate- has camel cared me."
S- r ow at school will only work as VtIM combs two world-tamed
son a gr slow ay ee pulur w- wpesm et It's hard for t e track tea& as they have the healiag, madirial proper-
us ^se4 .t* s becaSin it has been fr t ootball the t^ropy is cortaiW to fLc d tfter eil and tonic trea, e-
IBEX&- um .we*allr ian be back at the high schba r the wlty da "agreesbe to
-agdX al ssat--K as t. e g AB. me For thIs rea-
It is a little to a So" It aog e ftse to a Is amseelied as a n trnth
s c tink of a baseball oeem, aet it I e sI o6"MS Oldpeo0e e"MWe cmn-
fsi.e tht both a baAL s. woc sa ni own peesn, ar-
Sbeh bathe 1mm weMl "e -fn t ar *d* *- m ad aer chenic co stgh
abort. eve. atft perialmig ft st -t w e dlp ate hrenhtis.
-as win be dole. and the boys at P. VIUSL Is sid in Pensacela by
S1. -. will do an in- their ,e tosWh. s- Ph"amasp.

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T HAT' will appeal very strongly to
shrewd buyers, because they are

all.practically -staple merchandise of ex-

exceptional quality, and, at a consider-

able saving in price.


250 dozen pairs
33 1-3 per cent. off.
Lots at

of Sample Hose in Men's and Ladies' Sizes, bought at
To go on sale Monday morning in Seven Special Bargain

8c, 12*, 19c, 25c, 39c, 59c and 75c.

_ _These are Positively the Greatest Values of the Season, ,

Miscellaneous ,Bargains. .
100 dozen Children's 5c White Lawn Handkerchiefs, for three days .
only, each ....................... . 0..... ... . *.. . 0 ..i0

100 dozen Men's White Hemmed Lawn Handkerchiefs. Best 5c qual-
ity, 35c per dozen, or each ...................... ..... .... .......

100 dozen Men's Soft Finish 15c White Hemmed Handkerchiefs, for 7
3 days only, each....... ...............,............... .... ...... .. C
Best $1.00 Noxall and Harmack Men's Shirts, nobby styles, for 3
days only .... ............................. .*.... .......
Men's best 50-cent Fleeced Underwear, on sale for U' cents per L '
suit, or each ................................ .. ........ ......
60 pieces Soft Finish White English Long Cloth, full 18-yard pie- 0 g
ces, worth $1.25, on special sale now for .. ..... .. ........... ,.. .O..0.
One case of Standard 6-cent Apron Ginghams, on sale o '
- for .. .. .. .. .... .. ., ... .... ., + - -;, +'+v -. : -*..-^, _.
One bale of 5-cent brown Domestic, on sale Monday, per y4
for .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .e. *.. o. o .. .

Extra quality of yard-wide Bleached Domestic, an sale n.mday Sc
for .............. ... .. .... . *. *" . / .".t s. **

Extra 9c Dress Ginghams, in plaids, checks, and fncies, on sale
now for .. . . . . .. .. . .. .. *. ...... .,
The best 19c Fast Black Hose in Pensacola, in Boys' and Girls,
and Ladies, on special sale Monday, per pair .. .. ..... .......


Extra fine value in Ladies' and Children's Fast Black Gnarmateed
Hose, positively the best" on the market for the pkce .... .. .... .

Bargains in Ladies Suits, Skirts Etc.
New Wool Fabric Suits, in the fashionable, long Directoire Coat
style, satin lined and satin trimmings, special values for ......

Nobby New Long Coat Suits, satin lined and trimmed, in braid and
buttons, $18.50 value, on special sale for .....................

Fine All-Wool Panama Suits, in blues, browais and grays, splendidly I
made and special value, at ........................... ..... ..., 7W

Beautiful Tailored Suits, in latest Long Coat style, in new shadow
stripes, and black, at $27.50, $33.00 and ... ..... ...........

All-Wool Panama Skirts, newest models, in black, with large but- $5 =
tons, a special value .............. .. .. .... .. .. ..... *; UV
Fine Mohair Skirts, stylishly made, and trimmed in large buttons; $4'.fL
colors, brown, navy blue and black, special value .. .........-. PT.**
One lot of $2.50 and $3.00 sample Skirts, in gray, brown or navy blue, d 1
Special ... . . . . . .. .. e ..P . C .. o .'o . .''

Net Waists, made up with Cling Bands and Satin Ribbon, very sty- 39(
lish and special value at ......... ...... ..... ............4 a
Very Handsome Net Waists, beautifully trinmme in Cluny and 4 95
Round Thread and Satin Ribbon. Special value ............ ...

We are offering the most extraordinary alus in Slks
and Dress Goods, and you will do yourself a great injustice if
you fail to get our prices boe buying

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S*t eat the price you int to p -
tw S S Secn Vxic Prei t&f the you wiFl save tipe and moey
ivts Union Pacifc Found -avoid being disa1po 4 co n-

S" .Dead in Bed. Here yo hae for y *Isection
,ns....l J,_ourai eaitor too every new imodd of advn Su-
Sthe M In t of rest ion in all the newest ad best Suit
... -.. Cs last w'ag Ser 2ala n C THE and Overcoats fz.i the high clam
OL OW ....... -*- --WS to 5 ota s u fla i -d b- r tof New York, second vice-prdTH -
A..0 0bery.-He.rfes s det of the uo Pad alhmo BEST clothes makers.
ma .ue.a..e =.. =wk be _e ecal .opoanyand.A L ex tor I& m" Qt bw
amedds to ate ows an heaug 's*ecoany earP rLwasSftoSat ded to his. C
.-t. Per depadent. bed atthe Aa . x A In Sults, C v tts
.so e o,~--ock- ty t hear. -Deal apparent .y... IN TO W .
a e to heart disease. Overcoat $10 to 30
Vlarl'sefortnate I. amse'ingch Mr. coraloa sttende te d i enm T-$
t st SaveW-t Iat night and retipeE at about 11
"r.n ,e |t. ao w pprey w a eat We can fit you, no matter whether you are stout,
T Trib-te t .l.thee6 0 tarY~h maed .ead. Mr. short,_ tall, slender, or regular build. Just try us.
e o-:..i. i the TimW M porks e at had been dead for some hoos. Desa
the center te i no g or had been de either bar i The rangeof suit models include two three and
Sw o tet to O N. J. Amg the ear-four-button single breasted sacks; broad peaked lapels;
if f' ,O.-e -O -an dallptof r.oornih w plainew* n- 0 ovrtrs andand discussing a norvelty io of -which Mr.e Cosh w aa Rept
s Xn ov s.. S. and top s s ad ceive it member were the feMowing: plai pockts and sleeves or
4son the d o P_ t-J' The Suhr Pi omy; with 'fans, an4 lined and finished as well as made -to
SQan to w. l of which he was preldent, and the order suits at $15.00 r more. We have them in fancy
&ItIi. ---.-m t the lawye tst hat tor loses in his race stripe as well as plain effects, in black, blue, brown or
iM _te Jw Y art to the eare ef will nola again eafoy the pleasures of r iTgllray
Hg evryW 5t lMiuea te M b wg leamd. private life. He to young, brainy.
a'd has hosts -e friends. He am I W
0 te 4tr W WMm th 14 afford to work and wait and let the UI SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS.
M at. "mt ary duMt do so badly n bitterness of the recent campaign die
S~ a.u w oobTtern states. Su be etogttea-. Florida has need *
Net Co Indi mmans- OhWo fi ^ ,a, ._m i B IIIan -d Nevaft an elected de- Tae bcame of civic rghtewenos and
aggagett1* *'* spegags (aWt Todeday. oct eitzenaip eall louely for lead- T BAR-RAN
., m. 0W. ll a W anne a ood pat s the courage o s co BIG DETACHMENT OF NEW SOL- "The Store With a Reputation."
,*-- i y a e -- m~-- -... -. the t'.eeen t tioes. It isto be hoped that his voice MeNT OF NEW 'L-
a___ o -* l am e will ot t or hpen go sty DERS ARRIVED HERE LAST 205 and 207 South Palafox Street.
UI__W when the people and press ueIte to
a" lmad t rue. Wm 1 otheturnish a forum for ie discussion of NIGHT FROM COLUMBUS BAR
bewrloom -es H1 t s t mh de&thf liiRg questions of publc mocaet.- RACKS. ___
'e 40&*watle prtyi? freaglag Arcadia News. -
94 1k M a 1353 a1sdt Is Blot 9ret o Ulsbty-five recruIts from Columbus

- -- --- m -41 -m N ~E H riltli WS AND diee onin hat -g and wereot akled to the local

r rotary .lace Da l. amont c , J o steamer se. They will. *
Swiat dews the job or Grover Cleve loyil, tried to follow the er chli"- T [- -Ate t .- .... ....s*..:-;iR S
s.. L ar C-"te ,e r tower c heoo l itre YttTA T E rbles HationedheriegsiFleri
-. CaetWasi ato woods. Its 1tter missed it anLI IlL The ediWin The Journal of last than the sender of Waite Hous lit- potla.
a.a =_.b-.... ..I r s Utracked It down the road a short dis- Thursday is by far and above the erature for the office of Uncle San's "The kresiea
e oel 'M taee but eHm eieott left t. h ablest w ord I have seen from tbe de- postoffice department is no more e.- hired y the s
orwt 4 m Iaks 1id s f wiase, tactful, lost track of it She wet to the i feated party concerning the late con- cred than i the otce of the chief ex- the people. Hi
.... . um tom -_ e wBI land I Thne T eAdl house andt gave the l Ie, also t le f test. The man Bryan is greater than ecutive. ll0-u one. A
.mgBe'.st wen, da the whole neighborhood of Royal was sany candidate. The man. independ- Nor was that forgal Cleveland let. 5 ut Whtn
.... -.notied ad some two.mdred negroes eat in thought brave in speech, patri. ter on the square. Nor was the Yen- te lwad O
as -ea-ter BUkhhead, at Alabama, Is a earched the woods fr two days andO- otic ia life, will Jo more for humanity, omous personal attacks of Hearst, of the' Pe0e 0
t- -llayn to the niP ut withest aoa. The third than any occupant of the White House which were wte far and wide y e eer
f s0 lto ; we is a n about over als state ful cries attracted the attention of e PobOeer atheridge to captain love him most, as the change of 97,- The Hon. Lxuke WrIght, twice se- who becomes
i .e a d o ds.. He may in thaC some of the searchers in a wwasp. It of the night foree. He succeeds 000 votes in his own state testify. But cessor to Mr. Taft, has rsceatly % U.S
S7 .diw Allh Mlae. geoo than by was bed up to its wIait in a uaud Captain Prank WIMe, who will be while Bryan does not need the office, said: "The president of Jhe United "Pd.Sc opilioi
Sob eif s on other hole sad was a -al st to behold. eapat t the da force.- the, country needs him. States is not the servant, bat the ruler to ipech any
., ~.,.t E B, Tes..Sentle It was nearly hea r starvati, -I ,a. I hwe no war with victories when of a people." caUe -r It .
--s / Art w e Le that the iood roads end exwasre. It wasnalie tareate Fm SKRVICES honestly won, and every one given a It may be interes to note what mdae The oe
.. __--.b.e ,_ ..... .s* hL -X 81 teout llt, t ~a t OF SALVATIONISTS r deal" but e campaign o one of our authoresa ation- U
Sing.-tarke Telefraph e rood.9 was not waged on this line. al law has to say :: t p. oss or ate
*Br.w give a -ties 4dre-by.a* bg majority the -- Nothing could be more unfair or hu- thur EngliM, as quoted by Robert M. from
w-ia mER w c ly other day. Here In the South our imprtin in o -tr Captaint McA. will cond t .is .solat "ag than the partisan activity McWade, In the Wom,'s. National ",,l 1
o rheMdi.aMae es 00 on lis wi t a ul.frste ta .c..ce Bl. ofIt. aSthee e a t r the I s eid the pubhis declaration pat a inlr
1111% OoIri- ght usaMlaneu aaarw also test TheoumanrBr.a. ._ ___ r
S* atl a wranles mak took chae itadha reum e w be mW bot b y the capta eatives t follow a he riht nf i nf itecretare iWrothe. sev twr oi
-------t hewoen1e^' et forighborahoodofRoytl wse a y v erwho l e h leihra soEnlsh trsidet ofth
j tltiMel ht *eljrat1ere, out for them and i- is mrak says grataetsl in t st lesae many friends d rntag their cy o omparT a revolution tutavetnwec them. der our ra of crimes t i t dent' avet is a

met art l beer ande onste nexiWeisey. of e aatbaral Iaareaswith thsechrwetn, ath It iay ste-ldss of le be0aefeeiloparty mr thefoplhmasityr oasa. C

they a re u nn.a linite4hdu -ut the *Iw. *s be ar e st dsre to merit isM .y lcre have fmom he f act dtpit it down or carry arms. Reason and "Congresn could declare the 'mas. WC s of
forthehade or gtriMow.messa thise aor -531yu top a ~bo But la. ewThe therd thanmant oreupethofdthe biteHousee t

Sto talk abort, sntis to Wu thi epaerles Union. er afeWILL PRO THE velt Wends a contulatory telegram aIt oervd Ment bu t aserive let u edsrick While
tr te ar a l. r fr ethe thtur ealsta nd bgs* t3dn -o some la 2ri se -n, who, incidentally, is a member congrea oad bte wecke to be aa os t the latterds ao
.b w 1wla thereutk v I 1e6M4ing itwt Iaten doeat sehaea grweLs sat wa neald y~f ntoarrat we o. te local osi arrie'eie natof Inte a trin for man de wiw
tam aft etoo he" Arnti e.kimWatt he rodsa d Set koew Ieprt. Wnte haonlaslym be y aIethe cityonneedesday morining. feohe faor t contu urow acttal oaees p agseeatto cal *e

ya9eto ~ Iw the naurl MOOrom1las withkhffeagin, ga doi sha ll TomiOOs te ptowi ll b e oa ts -w^ cofls pat"he h p e dol e buqt eaiteanofn eset

I ogBgme geople, s t S''S *IS et agaa?^-t sp not stagt gape Tt Vnisslsen aast t ter was in sdin easl s wagdrae t ag
W *otmat let arsulep iasl state"e-t M intaeaibry, sa b the deeos-t e .auns o mr uay Irting frtalt t le fat th a sict e d wNorar cars R enfand o o ou l decre the Me

4ghim to as peeper, healthtl satenet r st sel yt eesgues teday talk laewe'e ."prank a_ J t Mr It wfla probably takeblehs everar -o Prs iesstono soncernlnt the pro- could Impea1h 39 |iipllnt at de.
t W. -tle ivt & commit. e twomlote '46 mythrea to cornlete tobe intrinte dactet tre fdro in e,7. In this it clare ther. to foant Coaiess tMOl
devei. .m inIt mirhs his raur Mr. Hearst is to noag utesl TIevmeOa In. s asti eAee'LL s e we l Ioy to lbepbbecan rule. He ptafuamert wef Jafr e ws et. Dtel t e
I i m n "n ta"l- *s dly pter tn Atlanta fat eoca &. switsl toTether with ote bidytt cro atain ed the people "to take no chances "The powlef of ser r of Joh I
:a ol b Mth o so th01 w j t, JeP Tenatgata mrm ew wt t e i. Its eo, wl be passed tpon ba nb .1 haviam a chant e w admb.w traction, form of -o- -t gM a al w1 k
a t h- news aprt s- m A rall a. i Me Iaittime that whe oeWkla g mis totwe. w0h Is TeGa.,ned as ,rt ad Teu ren to dta times aeI e congress tgan4 ue wpet Mr. Wrof-t Ino s tnt r
'stae ae w hisc seal eatheeisst g Se t tt Isuc mess MensCta bsrabe, saieas uoi o las i f aiemthespcias wht w zarayNid thishgentlemlans aoinri- tcl t.I- o The s

t- a Sada out so acs tor hj .li a foG' eorioa airt take InWmety "eengthe nIght it tiswsu.e His appointments ns eminently sat.s traoat. no ises. Mra rtb Secrutary cl *ove1 m weatwer
S te mn e t S. pples Atitoatitshm tw a"pWh SSet t beW eranearthSo ut tivaor tostjoe lawyers reprbteeSa then aepech ws rtrwaked to neinong wob of fartly at loer5eegrert er wln take rI
r both p-etty w al swt tlo hm m*E ae th en toa tueIgtheerallyeegre t wr o frnoo ce men to vote legislative nflye t oPi eer or em
h ac ts kt _ taeot as w e mrnrfSeSl a eNw n aWEK. tde t kpcNress e ticket. This act ay gross, b"F t r 't e ar Mm arts a es TNhe A
Sa forbiamsatlktet 2 rI ties Oeetw l ptbr lmy ta kt efS enIn hiworvAesoS esaCh the aetftessison, clon rn ingthr o-cuco r uldImeac s NeIn aa t- d ii
Z lat a" =itoI,% Se a t oe where tr isi market sma A. mTeitWeo.W-bebe* n Intheito Tedno.-esdayoing.a m Isr fo o t rshen ctolI tt cav The. o es. auseeda Cesac

__ seem* authe eme If" p0 reart- thaits wereek ear tuse ait to Herst W arty Ine demapd h S daleg bfo tht te Wton d cpsa on ul erven qgresae s ieo, seat r Rieta n
WT W"0MW 1110 o 1110001 Lbtm t te pare eh ru r fhy weee- orecruitsaretobe s o e a ncre ng wd to o tle without omndetronsdaheu.igaethe taek
aim e!sOugo as miamtn. them a supr I andnon. Ts10"Mrts,** tog8 Our ethnmer with he el-sitor e g- t"t or take nochances1 "o the t powerm was USewll l

iol t t buhie 4t eino ttorn our OwT I ,ge la ^ by t th eie ne rgp s U nion % e Sat er wO isT reg ar e as o aln ta nda times tedtoyy f the Mp-teos s swf eMr Ssie s maom a
SS- begrioes fals^ B. His e mast rity "counryR lesMiadst w i aDetutteuo i fs inentJt chymnwma! people of ths e antc i t lt, aa m-eme e day
eam* s"hTatO oU R ixta B gay take ia ne er eropf atoraytoie. theglawyersf mpr Ba2ug S ieSch w-a s ackior capaiNn pub arl, e vr 4ehnegra marr ft seli0H.w t ab .esteI

7 -The potatoes were exomeptioany usne_____
pthat the mezt te-esha a&a"ten t- ps9* wapt a ontlnuous succes- as ri a w dor er
we tir demmuesaiit vw*-be gthemdof@1 aemlimWith everything ug .L-PanamCity Pilot.
9011 40Wthing Mend r- .m t the NM W R.s 4 W. ap the fruth hit only .., ee a .
egas ag-m that state. 1a4utola S hish places, but it won't work in ACol.rbearnd etenant Warrew
*66 10i111%WgtIWO Ot lteae~s'e O-bral There 7o`'ve got to be wiB continue to lgan their names to *
*I dNst a somber as a t*am t ome. h "-ilty erftn" about what you print social papers of the United States
96s4 t ropubtame taIabeat o the 1A the papers ant more summary land oSce for the next Wwur years, as
a des tt e&i IntR 1 Bt t bl sufts are resorted wiln also iL. C. Lynch in the capacity I
*~kS libel Y~eol t v o-**ow~ tr. WeJllwe do not know
t is ageaet in J atama where tuthtiel 0deg111180 se0gia=r.e Jt0 elected will Wcoracies in the type. The Hearst rather see hold these places tha Are to be Pen in ur bi show m And the's a ao t
hape- tonw *a amsmow w r. iJdhodaMe ane s e*rima t tempeinmesnet thes -tweme. They are a M "Her o n n show roo. And er a ce xy aout e pinc
heme-nway. the or*ee uem nes. diastimtuy incpatsme. with B.s."-GinesIwBe sun. peal tmongly to the ladse. who wish to make the home beauiM, atrnctive and haumearT Eq
mmor.Jobsr.emufaas eew.a Tflempl erS to stand p HEPARThW
I joba dS he ntea Wft *r, mawe. ads.wiim TaWO caS vwesAY expreses style, iene m c r*vative as wel asexclivedesivs.
4 a s Ritwa mmbto st. S?,t out the same- .?wwhe eIt No better ti& m tA right now to buy pieces for the dio sm before Ti
bu-t we vS Jh TeW mple *ek again yesterday by ft e a st. Th
at "Pme t ek-e0k 4. 1 h 1s9. e Is Test H the frstoneoccurnre asou me .U Dnhe. A little Mm"y gumes a long ways here. Use your ( us w paying for teo.
haisiwm w sk.Jeldeg ba W.a~mpm Ne'q "wk Terk J w wtw~. 3~m A Ihel~.
meu tosw bae hneax lngti i* m iuse t.iv besiwashed..... ae sessase s<
ae f Sm~dpet" Of Messlm and 'baapsised& am fV& 4 Wsckft
tpwas to Mei Ihne s vase hea weasd geae the btreme meo a scain T mm . r -

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reported last night that 10 -
Chi& of kPensacoUsal. ell 1W
W M at l1 *e' sv rftl, and tUht be rad the 0WOW
C ei ,of . oC thef ne* the Co4 4 0
et there.
iM iB. Wtkhe a total of e out 40 M
*ambe, as nearly s I ca1 W.
said be "thia puts us in coo e i-
Stou before the rest of t ~ aioc~Uo,
"" erti I t I epect to bear M obMy im
S>In Columbus of other pajtmett bav-
.....l. *Ing been 'inade to Mr. P. W. Hates,.
the assistant postmaster, who will rep
resent tme as collecting agent while I
r pound. am away."
ap e RM.
iat 5c per The special roaMI trip rate to the
b. Ct uttercu convention is one sad a hal tare, plus
. t ty eentDs. Delegates mat ay fun
w TMi ta, vry mem, at *Wh fare going to Colmeb. and whm
W e 1b. itW they buy their tickets Hey must' get
dy, "the ticket t. C. olsthr
certilcate sign be siged by VA& iser
tary of the emveaion, and Ins pre
S i eentation for a rta ticket, the re-
Smturn" ticket will be sold or ha& fare
'plugfi nty o Q.t .
-' o,. .N w U m.
Sday z m. Agents for The fo lowta ew iN how w ported asna ~ tot Ole" k IS

Wiat y i rast at once. ow.
'hK R. E.I e Saunderse *4k C

be knowns John P. Stok. '
ceLi mt 8 1dfy n. PoweR OeeO.
VQW( wll Meet Cryuaw Phargiy.
W. N. R owta.
It to k I" 4 thIT INA J. C.Van .lt. -
r, to .ltit y m Pmlt James MeaCOWA
0141110 0 WtoB T. C. Brooks, Camp Waaft
Oak1 ad ial U H. Muller.
5y DOSO-kik D. M. WitherWi.
9 We terj Me *d in-L E. J. Elliott.
BegtoI" Warren Fi .C
'fcK. Oertig d& Co.
J. H. Kohder.
909, w-- dei & ard
Frank3 J. ret.
Hooten & Wat-U.
71be John White Stomr.
fe9, but j. E. Taylor, reaitted to goetary
4" Oftr -f ats Henderson.
I-- Rp> P(m WMO Ci- After getting out at a.. pad
urtu tCnieral r aar gst untilt8 p. m., Mr. 0aterna*
t"IB ra a retty so"d hbur. l-be-
Meve the oh er seven name meedel
A lot to nke goad myrpredlCtoa of 100
S SlocalnmembIe will reach me as byhv
.i *0 -bWdlS 9ff* tag aid by Nonday momrtaig. I an
"lIsati a &0111*. g oing t Cn the J rbralft
and y last waon the eoay4nmn-
uatil I et hItone-4As this: -1
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of those

bargain events that

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coat section




Fashion's latest

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are stnit~

t69 wnd so

tomorrow coat buy.

doubly inter-

ing is


bverf ow.

S50-inch Blaick Broadcloth
Coats, splendidly tailored,
wery catchy styles, semi and
'lo-e fitting. Bought to sell
at $8.0, -
MONDAY, $5.00.

54iqch Broadcloth Coats,
also in Beavers; semi and
loose fitting, elegantly tail-
ored, trunmed in Soutache
braid.- Baght to sell at $10
and $12, 1
MONDAY, 7.50.

Children's Coats.
0W Children's Coats, made
vf Kersey Cloth and Scotch
Cheviots ,41 colors, ages 6 to
14; some plain and some
trimmed, *ade to sell at $10,
MONDAY, $5.00.

52-inch and 54-inch Coats,
in tans, light grays. garner
and stripes, very best broads
cloth semi and loose figx ;
original prices, $15 and $1.
MONDAY, $12.50.

52-inch and 54-inch Coats,
Empire effect, and loose fit-
tig, come in the catchit
models; half and full lined
with satin, effectively trim-
med; 12 different styles; real
values $20 and $22.50
MONDAY, $15.00.

Infants' Coats.

Beer Skin Coats, nicely
made, in white, navies and
reds; ages 2 to 6; formerly
$4.50 and $5.00.
MONDAY, $2.0.W

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ery Pensacolian who wants to hump
things for the home town would mail |
me not Jater than Sund*y siht. care |
Hotel aeine. .O lumbe. hi cheek for I
r hitaself or $5 1or his 9ri , to.
etbqr with hi Mzy, a. tMlt I can
,Tom e that =RAW-
* Ute dwu.'teiiv'w a *ch Unort
fa, tb, tUwkes. Wee. are.i
ht- t. wining it we o

Mrs. F! Harper wisbes to thank the
aihlbors ead frNoald/who so kindly m
gave assistance -lnd sympathy in her n
recent bereavementL Also extends oi
thanks to Sheriff Van Pelt and men- s
hers of the police force.
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For Mondc js Seting
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lot striped and black
-.pticoats $2-00o values $1.50
Se lot children's Long
Coats, sizes 6 to 14 years.
Special t $2, $2.50 and $3.50
One lot Children's Bear
Skin Coats, 3 to 5 years,
in Red, White, Blue and
rona ......... .. $3.0
v I white coas _.0
n$VjI to ......... 7 5.00
Spel offerings I] Ladies'
Coats, a colors, $450 to $27.50
Lads Net and Silk
Waists, $.00 to ....... 2.0

Ct lot edWaist.
i< |tdalat, per ydL

8MWPlPow Cases at....

*u ched Sheets atd

Cu n .-Swisses, at per
IrS 12and.......

in Embroideries
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TBE Komonas, at
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_i gy i-- -l- an enviable name and place for themselves, a
-- of- matmil, coavninvce d price. They are simple ,they
i ad im e ly PractcaL
S Mama baud. Tena cots each. Guaranteed the most satisfy

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., PresOats, Nd. 3,
14 Y '- buoyant out- 5 3- 2
Nrst of lmtJll which *followed the
-thexc d ed U calculations Cii a
Nearly all professional observers who o N
ad hooked for an ep4y reaction of the member, i."
&le to realtle pgroM which were await- member, 462c
Sof revived de- december. 46
a cooQf all grades had Pork. Novemi
uch a to ll grads had rd. oveml
iuch to do in *timulating the effect of Ribs Jan-arn
e elociOnM on the stock market Itielf. Tib.othy. N
he Northern Pacfic extra dividend whs T 1--ot4. 10
mo n.e Continue ase of May. ".1"
o the peculation. Sales of May, 9.1" .
ocka battra y the rise in prices were red cash 1.04
n a very I scale. hut they were ab- 1 03 1- Dece
orbed without materially effecting the Corn- No. 2,
pward tebdeney of "rca. The large de- old Decembi
d for bonds w a feature of the oldeats-Track
. statement follow: white. 30 1-24
oma, >1.3 .142,100: decrease, $10,225.5.00. Lea 43-8c.
Deposits. $,3,924,00; decrease. $14,- eiter, $4.8
Cculatl, ea$42,34,100; decrease, $439,- go1, 23 1-
Leal tenders, $78,393,300; decrease, $2.- York
Species. 2i.I6.900; decrease., $4.045.500. steady; refinir
Reserve, $379,510,200; decrease, Sk,- test 3.22; m4
1i.4 09. quiet; crush
Reserve required, $W49,230,225; decrease, ganulated, 4.
1.623.0. Coffee. quie
Sur a. S20.r79.975; decrease, $3.309.150. Santose. 1-4.
Uy-V. I. idojalt. 832,592,375; decrease, Molasse, 1
9Sle, o. ,
The percetage of actual reserve of the
Sousek at the close of bust- New York.
Srtorday was 27.43. cantile paper,
The statement of banks and trust tom- exchange eas
antle of Oreater New York not members bankers' b ils
r the clearing h9use, shows that these days,. an at'
stitutlns hav a* regate deposits of $1.- Commercil b
17.33,.= ; total acab on hand. (103479,- 6oc. Mexziea
0. and loans *Miout#rgc to $972.08,700. bonds teody;
New York. New. .-The cotton market S vannah. I
pened steady at a decline of 2 points to are the naval
n advapee of 2 tp.. December being ww .........
iwer g. cables while later WG .........
mnths wee 1 to I aints higher on Wall N ...........
reet bull support ad over night buying M ...........
ider in tU p'han of the commission K ..........
usa. D~nd was promoted by bullish I ............
devices regarding the domestic cotton H ............
aods situation. but week end figures G ............
Pre bearish. There was good realiing F ............
r over the week-end. the local bear BDE ........
pressure and Southern hedge selling and Spirits Turl
Kerings were large enough to- supplY Markets, fir
oyers. PFlctuations were rather narrow
nd irregular around the closing prices PEN*ACO
I last night during the middle of the The followli
tornig. for The Jour
pot cotton quiet; middling up- B. cotton me
ands, 9.30; midd gulf. 9.55. Sales none. Good middling
November. T.-Cotton futures closed Strict middlin
rely steady. Closing bids: November. Middling ....
.93:; December. 8.01; January, 8.87; Feb- Strict low mik
vary. 8.22; March. ,4; May, 8.81; June,
.7t:8 July9. .5: AuJtn. u .-
pened quiet and steady: November. 8.44
d; December, 8.79 asked: January, 8.74-% &41
8.75; February. 8.5657; March, 8.77-
,78; April. 8.0682; ay 8.83 asked; he r
.une, .4S -" "Jly. 5.89. "and for ]Esc
QHA11e receive bids
Chic ago. ov. TI.-Predirtions that the; wooden bridfg
.or condstin of the fll sown crop of -Bayou.' a
heat as shown by the Ohio wtate report at the odmie
seterday will be dupUicatdl in many other Court.
tAtes sired vwg-rous support of the Bids will
wheat market to-day. and' caused ad- Tuesday, Nm
ances of more-than % from the previous
lose. aln were light. An advance Clerk Boa
f %d at iverpool V also strengt:en-d By C. G. I
he local market. December opened % -
e gkI.r at $1.0@3-4 and sold at Pensac.a.
.00 3-407- e.
Minnea s.I Duloth and Chicago re- M
orted re pts of 43 cars-. y virtue a
Desi tWag= eI F than had been sale rendered
S the INr B isakt was arm on Wolfe.Judge
y cailoWS houses. The cambia Omou
whea was a bullish factor. of November,
macemberaPGWA a shade to 1-9@1-4c D.. Hle WO
Sa~ 5t41 -544 ,p"d sold at 11 6-Sc. Mary Berl.I '
?me -i n si V ets duU, but the mar- outcry to tm

a c increase i n eal eia&et*
Iau s k- towe in pwis- e
riI- at f aIItwea dae lower to 1 5)4 I

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40c.NT L white, 461-3-
December. 3. 4-
1-4 -8; 11 yo .
er, 14.70; eM 1.1-.
ber. 9.421-: Ja $ir s 9.5.
S, 6.S0S May. .6e.M 1-n2.
member. 3.90004.1: ; h.
Clovie. Novmrbt$, .as;
Nov. 7.-Cone: Wheat No. 2
1-21.065; No. 2 hard, I."0-
mW 1.007-9;-May. 1.0 1-3.
, eash, 62; No.2., White 6e:
r, 591-2; May, 054-8.
k No. 2. cash. 412-:; No. 2.
164; DecVber, 1-4; May,
7 1-2.
Nov. 7.-8uar, raw. b ely
K, fair. 2 .4; cntrtful 3;
olasue. *s-r, Li17; eed
ed, 5.0; pp--w-ei w .A
t; No. 7 Rio, 61-2; N.. 4.
m. New O( 4""5048

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NOVEMBER 8, 1906.

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Everythin to Wear

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em Shppng is Now Very Ac

press Brings in Many New ani

Come in and Look Th


rSheath Bags, New Umbrellas, New Neckwear, New Handkerchiefs,

New Skirts. New Silk and Heatherbloom Underskirts, New Ev

c d Floor Section.

erbor Skirts, deep plaited
A.special .......... .... $1.00
ds, beautifully made, equal
s special . . . ...........$2.00
Ishadoi' Chbign Broadcloth,
Sim ed, specially priced
S............... $20 to $30

t iway down front-black,
$6 and $7 values, special
?i VJacmmts, a vy comfortable out-
dor g. or..... . . . ....... . .... ~.50
School Gl0le' Clomks, $6 to $10 values-all on
p l rackd to 12 yeas i ce for......$5.00

"'p ~iqsw ~ Athe latest crea-
H~mibies, alfHose,
~' Or U~'Wr deartentis
ip r~dotail. Hr ou will find some-

Twomews. If you kave ever
you arm a ca~miwer alI-
wig ym thepelaSWIMsantavo.
We" ;Ow Ia"kv Smska wy .e3m"Iae 4w patmuw--pricea 6.50 to

Mien's and Boy" Hats.
WID OM .. ow f.M. w ew wOe making is th.a.
fines,. ANl tWa -o sad ltse shp esa *beft, gWy, "i6 tan and new
.1-esew Is S ose s-WarONs &d Mft

"Merode" Underwear
b Hand-dfinished Underwear for I

and Children beautiful,


Ladies Union Suits, $1, $1.50 and
Children's Union Suits, 50c, 75c a
Ladies' Vests and Pants, 50c, 75
Children's Vests and Pants, 25c
Ladies' Outing Flannel Night G
$1, $1.25 and $1.50.
25 pieces Bordered Percales, 36 i
wide, special 10 cents.

Our Famous Sheer Handlqrch

100 dozen Sheer Linen Handker&id i~r
ed, at.................... ...-... 15
100 dozen Special Sheer Rock
go-now for.......................25
Initial' Handkerchiefs, many kinds, prices by the
Children's Handkerchiefs, 5 and 6 to the box.
by the box only.



nd $L






Wats on,


Everything to We.

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KplloggandTLoebto Of-
ficial Family.


Clncinati. Nov. 7.-The cabinet
gba President Taft will announce m
e 'Mch 4th will be this:
earegtry of State-CUFan Root o
a g -retary of the Treasury-Germe
ie IU. Mayer. Masachutta.
Sqmtary of War--Lke -. Wright,
Ambawter Gensmel Frank IL
ege*tary C the NavP--WiUia=
., York.
enm ral---Fraak B. Kel-
ti the laterfir-Jammm
et Agt -.Jams
OfEt 4m mm la IAbor

The ees ary the preAdent will Mr. Roosevelt, has taken almost as Taft say4 of him what Mr. Roosevelt presented must have been grown by fw the M-iag of tte Irhbh C(ho-
e fet W. Carpeter of Mnesota much interest in the navy as te says of Loeb. that he is "the bet children exclusively and without th I le MiRsio. The others that hae
and Cal fa... .. sident himself adhas learned private secretary a man ever am.&" assistance a parents or others. -edmix a te need saw are ajee
muc or the detail of the depart- Mr. Carpenter was recomunemled to Seven prizes will be offered, se es tel tTo
r by prei..or .thrs, o o- m tr. oTaft nie year- ago, when Mr. l.owa: U B LE. O ms .. o her. ,
.I .- em e ,essing his views in Fe is Taft was in the s, and __as F r the best school exhibit, a blue lThetO i Clonia ho e of e te
taterviews, r even answering cate- Fmank B. Kellogg national with mhim since, iwlce.eactr- ribbon. UL Reet r family, was bought foor
owtal uiesrties. But there have mitDteean from Ms o g the "glabea aab making eide Bet owners, 3 for the 11rst, $2 for 110 jjjtha pUe rose by the fI erw oUght Rfer-
bees for his friends toa willtthe atetrips to Cuba n l'Papamb as the V- Ue seoa asd $1 torte ttr I ,, the 2 Irst director The prrases
earn his M e. and will be the next atto general. emge man would take a tun to the Best ini duall collection $3. are t torical in that they srv.
OMy a Starter. for the steel trust, but Mr. aid mtry. He Is thirt-. our, retiring This sere will have to do . co aay
be ~~ ~r. t w ill remai n paign that he ou e u no a rm in- that is sttli. ad nothing it the size of the ow- Celebration To-a yto Co rn- ter ar.
as sq ea of state throughout the any attoey not ter ofnt PRIDE OF PENSACOLA gt flowers se in the c mption of ate the Iri S t. iin e
exted over eight year., pitching t as a attorney to take Lodge, No. 198, G.U. O. ae no tcrt The children are reust- t th yS'te u '
be wishes to do no. lucrative employment. e N with tower from a desire to have the ,,-,l,,C Mi ser. t hae D84 ch sop w .t -wo "it
Mr. Meyer, the present postmaster Mr. Taft feels that young Mr. Gar. Of 0. F wi howere wfr nom a desire to have the th of stps leading to he sid alk at
0ene., -wl succeed George B. Cor- field, the present head of Le interiorr Gives a musical at Warringtos o for Targe wiexll otsr easbe s entl The Jeemal. boh sidel the po espakw
telyou as eeretary of the treasury. department, has Shown ability that Tuesday evening, Nov. 1th, at th m and tlars eWected tsat each New York, Novw .-AL Carnegie a welCome that is hratied by the gb.h-
Mr. Meyer I so much interested in should be rewarded by reppoiatment. colored school house. Music by D. D. ilae only emis expowers to ow that eac tom krw a kte celebernte wr e cres that srma ts th ia
estabxlra a parcels post a"i a post- James Wilson, of Iowa, anno*3ced Collins orchestra. 1Wl het holega h o wers to showe be held to comm ate th silver Ju- trn The terior is o tae,
al savias bak that he does not want als purpose last winter of quitting the h a er eut-raletio .ilee oaf te Irish ateol. .ito, at -lt-e -ati_ _. _Or -1---
to leavethe work. bt Mr. Tart has public service when Mr. Resevelt I fliA The public schools which will be Battery brk, wlre O a quarter ef is .Clee an ..d Mkdles, .a
the highest Mea f his Amancial abil- went out of office. He thought at UH represented at this show are Numbers atlry he aiah r-ared t f er J". M. 2ary' e 3et t
Ity, and the MassashNetts mcnber that time he had served longer cw lll 1, 2, 40, 70. and 74. These were the irls have 1ieen aeMt alo d ..cared....ti ..f r.
e Mr. RooseveT's cltet will move tianuously than any othar member of MUM SHOWV only public schools that were -able to until they could ewe Ire positIons or T Wtitet tfstitatton at ts
up Peansylvaa.a *venui after March any cabinet. He entered the McKI- m onciaHy enter the contest. -ad relatives. One" a.adred thUMaa. kind, hs listed twenty- ve kgn.
4. ley cabinet and has remained with Yf The following ladies and gentlemen young wzAmen have been eared for at In that time aere than 10,0
General Lke E. Wright, of Tennes- Mr. Roosevelt since. But it wa s di T I willl have of the s chl x th mionari that eriod. a have received h ality or a g lt.
see. was put tato the war department covered through the World Almanac w eI [ : o11111 M aMrn Will hr Mrs. M. H. Bear t u1nhda. have week,.r for mb as. the ee
to seceed Mr. Taft because of his tCat William Wirt was attorney gen- II Mrs. Dan Sheppard, Mrs. H. H Her ben saved from the catches t the demanded and for 12r,0* of
knowledge of Cte Philippines and eral twelve years and this Seat the nId ai Mr. Morris. ." -sm valtDrea S. d "wlMte slave sitloms have ee ae Nred. -
Panma conditions. Mr. Wright record of Mr. Wilson. On lear.iag_ The judges will be Dr. 3leMilla C ler who haut the watertronti at tinetSe is eve made ec Of
however, Ia a democrat, and it is un- this the secretary of agriculture de H. Dorr J. W. Hyer. C W. Laar the metropols_ always the searc race or reed o the appli t
likely that he will be retained more cided that he,would like to stay log EVERYTHING IN READINESS FOR and Mss Minnie Anderson for unsophisticated a imoeat are is ever asked fr e hs
than a ftw n-sths after the inaugn- enough to get the record for himself.. girls to oRer as terrible sacriace Ste .aw Mh Is
ration. Who will succeed him six month af- THE FIRST EXHITIT OF THIS PROF DA NELLYT on the altr of t black beast of It. wi, h th wsbes or Mis O'rias. ,a
R-M_, fo Htt..ock. ter March 4 will be determined large- CHARACTER EVER MAE IN when the tide of emigation from a not a htol, O be "-
Frank ELH lIeheoek was slated for ly by the political expediency of t CHARACTER EVER MADE IN VISITING HERE Irland was atits he t it Ms tbe. The work s
the portfolio of postmaster general particular time. PEN8ACOLA. Charlotte O'Bries, a Pieteotant Irish- psinelpaBy by a eoatrilat f f
wheM he was takes away from the Straus's Work Unfinished. Prof. C. M. Dannelly, of Evergreen. woman, noticed the bad comations ty-ve eats a year gien ty the
Cortelyea m Meegagt last February to Oscar S. Straus. as secretary of ---- Ala., will arrive in the city today on a that prevailed ad in ord to be able bers e a society ompolD oa
take charge eof te Taft boom for the commerce and labor, established, what The committee at the School Im- vis!t to friends. This will be Prof. to suggest a practical resnetdy m, ae the lh girls o ba& cetryp,
amiatlnmo Aftrumrd developed amounts to a free government em- Dannelly's first visit to Pensacola the journey acres the Atlantic as a the spWters' epe
inlers5le Iteties between the, ployment agency. wher?.by immi- provemet Assciatio has perfected since he left here several years age, steerage pamager endr an assum- in s tite as the 2i0
pre--den-~la "nd te and his mana- grants are shipped fro Ellis island to arrangements for the Chrysanthemam when e resided, here with his par- ed name. Afrivi*'9-e S' sM e se w* eOnerrvd nwz e tt h '*0
er, w-e tthe Uatime had be- jobs alIrady obtained for them in the show to be held os -riday. November euts. His many friends in Pensacola. spent some time ,i t e boarding federal wI. -j .
c --e -aia-m l a-dn. But Taft's west. results thus far have been en- 13. in the Keyser building at the cor. will be pleased to learn of his rapid houses whose ra.-ers hs sged every moval .
co d t-l-n- to Hitchcock last encouraging. but the plan is still an aer of Chase and Pala-ex streets. and advance in educational matters and to ship. Castle 4
nSlgt ltXo&Ithat W tchcock could experiment. Mr. Straus's interest in from present inicaon it prM. kaow' that be is now icipal of a Her experience was appglans. atd o the ls tI
*PsAect the T r b he wishes. it is so deep that there i so liketi- to be one of te greatest aceesa school in Evergreen. He is a seaon of the outcome of br ar was a NaM1 O re hein |.
W imla Js-. J, Aicated some- hood tiat he will be disturbed In that has ever osd the efforts Rev. J. M. Dannelly. formerly aster appeal to the IrI = uca ee- toe M a-tt o Vas' M
tli. -eag fast be appreciated working it out. the School Improve t Amocatioh of the Palatox Street Methodist tabltsh a home where pre2teths fwo that -0"7 was a --
tbhe tame at ofMr. Taft that be- Fred W. Carpenter. who will be se- The exhibition will be strictly liait- chdnch. im tsitin sad crime eddI be P' th wai -
CeM have santMag he wanted "with- rotary to the president, succeeding ed to ownerss grown by children of t he ebw until other aad proper arramge- It 9as *.sdty *uem -
in season." he te* out of poli- Mr. Loeb, is a native of Mimnas city, and all children wishing to ar- The Journal delivered at meats weremad. - i n. t
ties into balaesa. It is known. how- but spent most of his life. before go- tietpate will be permitted to do so, the Strange to say h Immediate re- mourl t p-li t- 4-dH*i -
evr. thBt*Mr.- as -secretary to iag skth Mr. Taft, in Caiir -. 4, ony Coditi a am ae ym oor ,' 10c a ,sults of the P -taat lady workmO hs.a. hMse a s the eMs

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I-0- Bsen onl Earth, for 0.

tive, and Every Day's Ex-

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lem Over.

New All-Over Laces and Nets, New Liberty Satin,

ening Wraps. No trouble to, show you.

Shoes and Clothing.
l Ladies' Shoes-Smae of the prettiest styles of
the season, in blacks and tans, all leathers, and
cloth t ps, recently received.
Children's Shoes-We have just stocked the dainm-
tiest line of little folks' Shoes it has ever been our
pleasure to handle. They were made for us by
O'Brien Bros., of Rochester, the famous children's
shoe manufacturers; all made on the most approved
20th century last, in all leathers and many colors be-
sides black and white.
Boys' Shoes-Here is where we are strongest.
A good satin calf Shoo, sizes 9 to 13, 865 cents; sizes '
133/2 to 2, $1; 23/2 to 5/,$1,5
1 An aM solid leather Shoe, in box calf and vici, 9
to 13, $1.25; 12 te 2, $1.50; 2% to 53, $1.75. 4.
An all solid leather Shoe, but finer finished, 9 to
13, $1.50; 13/2 to 2, $1.75; 2S to 6, $2.
Alden Shoes-The highest grade Shoe made for
boys, in all leathers, and the nobbiest styles ever
builtfor a by,,tol3,$2; 13Y to 2, S.50; 2 to 5, .
IAen's Shoes-We especidoy call your attention
to the following strong line, which we handle exclu-
siBely: Strong &fi GMu6e:mld W$' 5
_J Crawford, $3.50, $4 an$5 ; afmatinpaete line of
SOur $1.50, $1.75 $2, $I and $3 h cannot-
be excelled for quality and style. ;
R;lP-Wrr. Stein & Co0 -
-. MAK f House Shoes for the Whole .Family--A *very
complete line in felts and kids, and at very moderate a"
prices. -

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il Iml* ir J&lf Lamme at about 1i price.



If you wamt Shoes you will
uy her. Our new fan 810,-
M steok Is all An and every
parp gem in this sale. Men's,
.dls', Boys', Chidren's and
iAsms. We have in this de-
,erment extra salesmen,
ad wHIs am that you all get
waited on.



gooda amtsOes eto r omb thema-nd destars. Bought direct from
msetse m pried at 28, WSc, k,4c and ame about 1-2 value.




Men's Clothing.
About 0M Swift mtt and Ml -O
styles, in black, gray and dark hedes;
demrable for fall wear.
Entire line of $10"0 Suits ..... .9U
Entire line of 12.0 S t......07.
Entire line of $1350 Suits ... ..8 .S 8
All $15 and $1610 Suits ........ M
Boy' Suits, 7-16 ........1.75 and Up
Hosiery ond Undw r.
Saf~n'a loc Hose ...................7o
Mos' 15o Hoese .............*....10c
Mes' 25 c Hose ................19c
SLadie' c Hoe ...............7c
Ladies' 25c Ho., ..... ........
UMi 1. 10Hc H... ..................
Misses' 25c How .............. ..loo
Men's Fleeeo Underwear ......3o
All 25c Fleeed Underwear ......lie
All 50c Fleaced Underwear.....






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viP o e" "the Nem.le rn..

Ch the sa atino f Va xood oon.-
taM. owing rK on them'
.1r eirty..- 1h- f em or two
l wthic rlite and it
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i s then e t~- r*ce to place
at pots wr bieea -hd coditeon
iga aie thaeWA tSe ehare of theat
uwim es ea a to IsuesN IMHe M. si-
v The w."in Yainrday.s
Tam he a entered yoster-ay
e esM aileWs:0on them

the a e or two
whivA and It

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skals I* ye A.r of there.
W anhana h A. oinsy, Jr., of-

Tc Wh0ite 8teiYer by C. R.
Widepead Intereust ea
Prn-acoet is esBeg Shown
use fat Pa m.

MOW t" 00 ou breal-,

rwr cmz k Aw the re-
wcarry. rW.. the rimte northwest. To.
Sth seem to be widely under-

stood and the public to be aw tm
this west Flqoria sol equa s Ae e
that He- out of doors.
With this xdlt s--a It *e**
Vly does exist-thr us e Mpo es.
s why ths sheoid not be t" ab-n
winter sr w-mmiaton, w !hy th
mua of work whi"k Ma. best e t.
this diectics in the past s- I
bear rch fratt. That I Ae1 ,msi
in this belef Is oteein d ft"iu
that the latlsve & N raU ,
road nma -kinr- strenuous e to
Indwce a lMeral Low of t -tiM(*--
this winter. The mammoth ii
whikh came down last- _ --
coawlpdead waren big aOc e
tes or a AI canI w sc1
this. The road mfed kr p eim.
curilon (as it has a bo Mame or ~
other which leave tea riv
points on Nov. 24th) the xt aa
low rate of 80 per ceat om an-e fta"-i
rate for 'the round trip, or SO er *eat
less than one far for the etije roa
trip, and this with a 21 4OW lt.,
thus affording ample o tg r fl
the visitor to gaip a good unsJtam.
ing of the country. 0 -
"T'en this coming xezumi wiw
materially oWoto 4hat of last wuef.
Then the eatUoad elections were
about to come off. and iat ma
postponed the trip rather tha loe
their vote seems certain. Thef thrd
was an element of uneertalnty as to
be vqtcome of the voting, whbe WV
all I; settled for another four yeaws.
Tae panic is over and gone. ad there
remains no obstacle to a wholesome
resumotion of 'good times.' 9is wip.
ter will be well under way .I* the
morth by the latter part of thin =ath
sad people will be lodging for the de,
lights of a visit to the 'Sanny Soth.
"Everything poutabUy to
waft a heavy trend oa travel I-
mieration in this direction, a5
will be a marvel if BenIsman wtKI
her blx. reasonable datea for zmoS
tion, does not get her shaue.-

Brent R 'vilidir.
VFineCandy by the -
Satin Waffles at !35c
Lemon Wafers at 35c
centers; and Walet H
cups, nut center at e Hk]
Lime Tablets, wa
35c per Ib. Red
Cough Drops, 3c
Mentbol Wafers at
Horebound WaferM s,

Dr. jnoe B. Tflhr
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Why the union Central? H h Interest. Dea ate Policy Caosm.
If you are in the market for life T e (p4ew York) tables la 1906 the la t. hy deaf were Libeoa4, equitable. Imtell e
isurance. you will, without doubt, show that te Unioen Central has only 63.34 p0 e0, -the losses seot iacatiaao, liberal
choose the company which is able Sre pi-yrs i.aa the highest expected w orta ptmvfes.ce
to ofer you the greatest adTant eaed the ace
ages in every way. Txis Iodi- averOage ate 't flatAest of all'Zom- Ity table. The I'a te Age.
nary .astae.Mt-. '.he alaes alema fg iM t was 4.47 per yeas has gi er c Ot.
Central, of aa tatao- co t AWe ter twenty years, Spectator Tabj. iis a M The Union Ceastral
pany. Weigh ereffy the follow- 6.1r per cat. (Next ighest con- iow rate andM has JIbMX ae -*- I 17-.
Mug arguments and potnt of su- psay, 'I pgir cent.) onl y Oe oth b he I -
lriority, and inesti gae he stand. I arao for aG hiei hel o -.
and record of the Company Safe Investments past ta uer
from all reliable .oces. You will The Union CeBs Unit n Ces tral h
be amply repaid for youruTroable. A reaWst mneber of The 8fipec- Ino s seleottag #- ,w b.
LagestAnnual Divi_ ds tator mid fa rega investments r tw yYorm sod_ -
Th!e Uaio Centrmal pays the for saeco ianles: "It is o 2 Indi mtimeIth2
est divideMO to the holders of An- seagraly oaecQded that no better The esn a the k-elatof4sse fro mtw
3al Dlvidend poletes. The cFt ignHmwne t odd be made than unto Central I g a ci se frs twe SS
the polley-holder is lower tha n les so as real estate." Not a eOnt is n m Iws t ah tr avw
another coepany. If ye Athtak SS2amhas over SOper away. In 1U 9 -1 It is reeived by te
St worth whIa to aane hdref of Cemt. of ats ta s ar6st o u*morgage*** -
dollars when you are buying tsar- loanMs r Otat, tb orthe swo a r In Co19 Tab&.,(alW 1
*ne. apply for a 'pqicy Ia the g*lappd T wlIfb, exclusive ae mest lwtoe
VWOW CMral. The aS msN riend ap t%1 e h times theco for T- ca -p Cn M
,Oo Isathe hbat. Toe arapnas fr aast- faeeo. ft baa no 10M ad 18 sS- S- toteats of its MbIN
9 tlah e sdidaeaduei7llbeImaMS except $1#.089 ir. Tl is net e5 y w I eisi.Ml S
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In a Big Comedy Singing and Musical Sketch, assisted by
Nelson E. Story and Harry C. Van, Zylophone
This Big Act Alone is Worth the Price of Admission.
The Ladies and Childrefi are requested to attend the
Matinees, as large crowds are expected at night.

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LIpoirtant Notice-Doors open for Matinee at 3:.0.
Curtain rises at 4 p. m. sharp. So be sure and get on
time. This is a big show, all of the acts having been play-
ing the leading PIfc11e of the north.
Matinee prices, Ic to all. Night prices, 10 and Mc.
One Matinee every day. Three. night shows, 7 0,
8:30 and 9:30.

sMte 4 e13 a delay of two
-b" Iro New York hav-
a dat-ss -neces-
02pd urpose of this
of the Na-
it will not be diffl-
Sthn m and to be in
Stake I l of the work in

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commercial bodies; labor ,oqa ,a-
tions, church a citleUd. 'shoo& and
An exhibition is held in each of
three or four of the chief places; sin-
gle day institutes are conducted n a
number of the larger towns;, and. so
tar as state support is provided, a
continuous press and manl oaspaign
covering the entire. state is kept up
throughout the exhibition period l1, a
given state.
Suggestions for the Program.
1. Conference with those most in-
terested in furthering the campaign
against tubericlosis anwl Ia eering
the American TUberculoas, Bxhibi-
2. A general conference of phayst-
clans, city and conty Iffeials, tas
ness men, charity worMers. coier-
cial club officers, school people,
church workers, lodge amd union ums,
aud newspaper editors.
This meeting afternoon nor night,
with or without *stopticon, or one
meeting in aftermo sad another at
i t.
3. It may be desirable for some
local reason to' cMll a speelal confer-
ence of club women, medical men,
health board, etc.
4. It may occur that a meeting of
some organisation *or some particular
group of people is being beMd during
tae day where a brief prc..eaiaUt of
the propoaftion could be mate to sJ-

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The Clutter Music House has an inusually4large assortment of High Grade Pianos in iteek that are heI offered at lower pAN ia
and on smaller monthly payments than heretofore-it will pay you to invesig .........
The celebrated A polio Player piano, playing the entire keyboard we have In several style. Prices from WS to $1,AWB on mawI.
Anyone can operate them. These pianos have been improved to the last wed- .in -t.oteot h and expression. They are not neslmlaeel
and after a little .practice:the most expert rr.sician cannot detect the difference .b.tsween the player plano and one played by anm a
ist-you have all of the best nruac at your command instantly.
Have you seen the new Edison Amberol Record? They play twice as long as' (he od recbbF ."Lt us tell you about them. ,
Edison machines on weekly payments. A lot of good used pianos cheap. * * *

THESOUTThe Clutter iMusicC House PAtxST

THE SOUTH ...... P
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Y. M. C. A. TO-DAY
Rev. Brooks Lawrence of Birming-
'ham will deliver an address at the
regular Sunday services at the Y. M.
C. A. this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Rev. Lawrence is an interesting
speaker and the association feels It-
self particularly fortunate in eeuriag


Syou to expect much
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T H IS store has made its biggest success
in pleasing exacting patrons.

Men come here expecting a big bit

more in style and quality than they can obtain

elsewhere-and get it.



why we specialize

We want to be


able to say-here are gar-

ments that have individual character and tone

- that are above par -- away from the com-


There's a


value in a garment


worth and rich

made. by The

House of

Kuppenheimer that you'll find in no other.

Just see the clothes-and you'll understand

what we mean.

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and Main He 0 S ON
Phm. 297 PemeasMele Fenidkt

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An interesting program haz been
arranged for the afternoon, and all
men are cordially invited to attend.

Brent Building.
Fine Candy by the pound.
Satin Waffles at 35c per lb.
Lemon Wafers at 35c per lb.
Cocoanut Buttercups, nut
centers, and Walnut Butter-
cups, nut centers, at 35c Ilb.
Lime Tablets, very fine, at
35c per lb. Red Cherry
Cough Drops, 35c per lb.
Menthol Wafers at 35c lb.
Horh-h dnA W1fXA7.-s 0u 1h

e UrAounVU*UT Wa rsD, 4c AD.
Sbenefit Sacred Hearst church in the
i Keyser Building, corner Chase and
* 'Palafox streets. Voting for most pop-
ular councilman every day at Brawner-
Riera store.
The case of Willie McCarney. a 12-
year-old negro boy, was' transferred
from the recorder's court yesterday to
the county authorities. He is charged

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Children's Days Mondays and Thursdays, from
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ohine drawer in the hboo of Wllis
Williamsi on Salamanca street. "When
the recorder asked bim where be put
the money the boy said he put it in
a coffee pot and that .if it was not
there is graadmotler must have
moved it.
The following -were the res~its of a
very novel and Interesting voting con-
test recently conducted for the Sacred





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Northwestern Indians being formed by r- ist s -s-s- by is a pervading peace ,ad a .Oad'ous
HE'f ^ ~~two Shawnee brothers, born of a Creek I O calm in this metrool o| The eleto il i l
>y woman at a birth, known as Teieuteeh NEW S VIEW S OF Is over. To pe nB g
and the Prophet. Tecumaeh this sam- sound to the tramp trap. traEp of
-Age mer went south to enlist his mother's a r. ching thousands, l the cheers *' ..
peo Tip--rlL I,. lee OLD.NEW YORK TOWN io the admirers of Tait or B ortIoh
his .project, and his brother, the Delkino or.wh .ha "h YoRsO Thes no
0 . Prophet, a religious fanatic, proceeded W t elkin, which has had A tea.y job i
-----A TI t Mtnha mm .W ia d & rt to play the mischief with all hisa plans. I G :of ringing for the lasr six weeks, i t *11
'ofk in isn -ei iles foi this Before these were ripe the latter gath. Guernsey taking a eeded rest. I reet
gi.^ a~n li ~irhlp o t.- ; aliel e rs t ered t his viage, a short distance A-- 4 O es, section is over. The cohatryis asvesd, --
1k .tak d .by the tk fed t s a IronfenWe above the present battlegrouad, a body God reigns and the 4gerament at 2
ronia.'' *b Vynith et d ar tdi heaArthed en- of Indians so large as to constitute into New York, Nov.,7.---o longer arises Statue of Liberty still rises, like a Broadway still lives. New York, Nor.
-r- .:S T J uce is the kelale rtsera.i, "Bait-T Ison's opinion a menace to the the incense of ca n "-Havanas" grim sentinel, watching, ever watch- The Hoe Show. irportate
iiN' The ondo ne liserteit of
t .h' tae. o7, e. 1eve.* -7i. 1811." river wa 90 men toanv them bt and booze; no do newspapers nig. the billboard advertisement of Next week comes te horse how, ca ee are
re: Ile pow btdd t iverandwithpers en tohiem. themhd wMadisoitnL'~ii
The e stat e tle and disperse them.-He had two bore as with y .potcal news; Ueata baiscuit that rises majestically Madison e Garden is tod be- i
.:; ^ .* '." t S tod r s thefistImplortstep battalions of regulars, the rest being the spell-binder !lay Ied Into sI1 from the opposite shore, f ormed J1t ^ "S? ^1^wn ^^*t
a^ S." tow=1 f- Cthe battleground a volunteers from Ohio. Kentucky, and lence; the shouters Akehgard and To the westward the majestic Hu11- thelande wher te ue^to tJSZ-
*.Mii^'1^ ,- -1 t l ea.. Tw s liy.^ a F. the Territory, but trained Indian fight worn; and out of ew melfey of mad- son rolls ever onward to the seaj. the adw l lrteSS y h a
:BeiS^ -.-w the 3n --?iostLr tedy orand well aware of what w at ness a magcal has been born. while beyond the stately Palisades In the six ays ?New YorkS f t
--W almost ex w ly toft erseantwell awakeof wh t -m a ness a mag cal a
_. lHarrhsOe it = " stake. And now that =* lon .J over and rear their weather-scarred heads. Lof- -wllrw L -S 5Slait ,

rnii8little land rising abit -ten feet above the 'W henbe arrived on me evelb Is(t- tha are 55e a6mbieatatinoaere. Dow la the Bery eaSiui SSe'a2e
_W^1 _the la- % l fa marshy prlre in front, to- of- November 6, the Prophet set a gruntled and some have won honors streets, humanity swarms like ilasects e. The tweaty-erib r Nai-
3 p ... _.a..a-te P~sh*4 e t'ns Town, and nearly message asking for a parley, which they crayed), we shall rest-and, Taith, in an ant hill. In the miles and miles Horse Show ke its preore e' S1 *
r whites,. a twice that. height above a similar being granted, he proposed n anrmis-. bat we need It-be calm for another of six-room apartments with all mod- will mark the opelg of the metro "Pr-e
,jk||lt|it Wp rafrie in the, rear, though which and ticc until next day.' solemnly promise. tour years, till the silver-tongued ern conveniences, women in kimonas politan social season, as well s bela 4 i'Is of
leueso hl. e saanhan from back windows and discuss the .Mos04oete~l .l- J
^^S?!011'*'4!e ar'' to thsblaa ral n small stream in to take no advantage of it. Har. spouter of "issuiW' ahall-set us again lean froan back windows and discuss th most important exhbt~ten of wgiS SsJoh Bell
m0wuikr't .ye v elanict in (Burnet's creek) clothed with wills eairison consented and encamped for the by the ears. the newest scandals. The roar of traf- horsenesh in America. 1'' W trth s l Art
M t H mto he t other bnruashw L. Toward the left night on this oak ridge, which had Qver Manhattan.this glad November fic, of 'hurrying people going from The coming show will be really tw Plrwill open at
.cl < Mfderacy .a.d iak this nch land widened con- been pointed out by the Prophet as morning broods &. -peace that passes somewhere to somewhere else, beats terationa io n extent, stlae mare'D Tuta
715.118,tary mMw wh"l siderably, but became gradually nar- suitable for the purpose. Bae he was understanding. Staunch and trim, the on the ear-drums in a constant wave eign .horses now in this l1try will tl
W1i ,mkWte H e- roer- in tie pste direction, and not a second Braddock to be caught by tight little island nestles. snugly in of sound. The elevated trains and beshown, and Canada will e appolted at t S
.Iuwp..M pt gather on the a ithe distSe of one hundred and Indian wiles, and, suspecting treach- the arm of the Atlantic, headed south- the surface care keep up a constant sentedb alay string. The n es, wm1 hol s
the de eateory cere- "tty yards hfrom the ribt Bank, ter. ery, ordered every man to sleep on his soun'west. Down in the bay, where clangor. berof cl sh ee redcd r s
arms, and V such or errmajestclships go everetora ddfro, th
"M aid e l Wr p200ta t nature, minated in a n abrupt point." rms such order that on majestic ships go ever to and fro, the And yet, and in spite of it all, there 132 to 125, four competitions havtag Nw 20000-t b
a delvwred ia the It Is all there today, the creek ain springing up he would fall naturally 0 1 __. been eliminated fromthe hackaeydl- Data wiUbe a
_J- D. CrIn- mtheear, clothe with brushwood, the into place Is the ranks. A double line is -n a n -d three from the cla r I.r h yars Q
o4lk wen town men. abrupt point. the.fow rrnad ta fot of sentinels was playedd around the trotters. IIIIAIIoIIII
S AISS~ightok plaice th* now cultiated, extending to the We- camp and the army, slept. The aight As usual, the competios for ttg Clb WUI haM se
8 S'.8'a, aaimrma of bash. nearly a mile distant, and was black as Erebus, and one may Forest KI Challea Cap A e, ago.
0 me"il"git s,0 presented through which runs e troley line imagine the strain on the nerves of r d -voked the most integ h ent t Naional oaleren
as gh? to the state and na -and the rallmad tratek It was ad- the lone sentinels pacig their beats, i *y valued at $850, was donated W] R. later l -,ersr
SM ODrWw lauyY cpte In be- mirable attuatd for an ambuascade, as peering into the thickets, strainlng Moore, 4d has take t e 7a tsacrr t M
41WW .S004fay a Geeralaw Luke the *ropbet had noted when he se- their qars to catch the faintest sounds Sly occupied by the Alp rt htter aB3Shetin5d
.l^ ilit8 at twar, reprelsented elected it. Thie troops had marched up -all the more alive to danger because gig horses, which was etw e l
l Moak was here from Vilatensefirst on one they were veterans in Indian warfare years w&Agh Prsw i tu. W. w
4..r.u r s a Adn a traltew bulk ofthe "Whbash andtthennon the n knew the habits of their Jusky riyars ,als ny last a J. s. New Yr te
ebrwf.e1W oe;. d Mwaweclaborate- other. Vicnieen 'today a busy and foes- al wsbuut'\sfte,|'- Yk8treI
%F' .t N P T e ..p og es NU- Pr lve lty o. some 11,0 s0 oulso "The Prophet meantime was not idle. but o e n u st bo i
wMat imw too tomge to veil &o uveoil, 4ad a railroad e tre. was ten a col- As soon an night fell he called hi the l er. Brilliant eve mies also (i; "onvetion
andi ^ ^y .- y ^ -. ^^^ ^^ Wyu Lb sttu of^ ^s Geea ailcinof"]N, te a te ol h
.nd ltly t)5e st"ie of General Hs election of, lo lns ad a fort. It men about him, brought out a pre- been emuad for the b-gaihters of the
,tVM* In et- ws uveiled at the was the c .l .t ;- new' Indiana tended magic bowl and string of hoy Chalene up and tt grtg ilgght ita 9e0 In
."Territory of 4." ..illiam Henry beans. and holding the latter in his r. Show C1 ee Cp for the es g- m uel
TI e battleground, where Harrison wasqeror. All through right hand. and a flaming medicine to a demiml or St S |Itl, l
i l a victory whh gave the summer O* 1811 a-idbetore, his torch in the other, he commanded Ol I" of t et Tlra
tot wMtes whole vast region scouts wqre 4rigng li.Armrs of a ever-. brave to 0ome forward, toueh Willd wa H o the to '. Mt _s
m l U md t ,-Northwest Territory. great 1 leau eor-e of the the beans, and become invulnerable sReE in wil aea eifo a.a.... [ rn..
rlq fteand invincible. This done. he -made REcup offered yAfe adrl.a nsmwIbg
AuQ -- t em register a vow to exterminate- i Pi. Amb e Clk has ereda -
i mthe white man, frenzied them with some urpessl rtr.Ao
is nowar songs and dances. and launched e i e e uto ble t eoe etrwilseddltla
them. a band of religious fanatics, on Tbe HainCe. wier a1 dewbera, t.
d 6 Wnt to e gar a Indiana Struck at 4 a. m. d trial reaced the limit t poiogm p le r_ _aphries' divis
l3 lw Ss a^ ^ ^ l S9They struck at four,. the darkest standard g f ndency, in its revetltio the 4 ll t (w nation
ul S be1 'lt tt^ hour just before dawn. pravty existing la our "best iety", l'rktWg, V.
-S- .Stephen Mars, a sentinel on the Of tailoring 18i will probay have reao to Fry
.northwest angle of the camp, heard such a opinion whe the detal o Pb fete will om
Uwe asmuch di eroafe tm Inro i .. twig snap, the splash of a foot in the ghese coming Hans trial begin to do Carlo an celebration o
iet egi Atlahatino w w aeni BUraet's Creek, a smothered "ug" ot Teloep. In the maze of ile thMan- Ia of the Prce
;t '^'T.?l wl i ll "" | a avXage. fi red his gun to alarm the maintained in tonss .that hanas over the Principals Great foreign m l
a t i betwd eeme Aisbbeicn is a --&A- Camp sand started in under or-ers, blt in this tragedy can be tercehved as wil be commenced ha
4 llk fibre, from pure rmk es de r iwas overtaken and braine before this country.* u tter degeneracy that ha d o para. 's Matoary
.. =fi. h ..M4-- g I reaching it, scores of the fieete .T t. lel. If etho he ,esmB t
is a VMStinbting rixed with C asb avieng Ced torei They are bnt I Id oa sTthat eha-, National elect a
Sabotely pure, rections for uxmg i O di upon the seNtiels and dispath the are based on fact, the ains trial wfll'pa, when JoM
,whf t anad beautiful. package. before they could give the alarm. ft aCCOrding tO depict a coaditlon of Malrs tlst wIipiraly be elected
Z.a2- was nough.n however. The alarm et *shockth pVrin- r
tb cause i:4ceat a had Abeen given. andinan ian instant p |ns of the Tenderlh wod hahtI Under the terms oo
t.C.-,, package for every man was on his feet sad in his wit shame if accused of habits ad script, the Persiae e
it b a ck .any of the place- Then ensued a combat snch clples w which | practices such as are .atts-te to co1s Tesa o
is boiled for a as seldom had been seen before, for some of those involved thi wretei
t h e bo= ,at BmB ts ore in a moment the savages were in the insure perfect dram o army ife. !a" In the edeao,
i jr.orr .asi. T'Wpt its ot r camp. and ahand to hand convict be- In the outlines of hs raedy there Sh Mrtyr BoM
3 0. ( ntat due woa-t &b- 5 0cea fr s an. The rangers fired at the flash ot it. i s nothing new. Ah outragel hBta ld. 3toics or amntry
en. is- thegumewhite an enemy's gun. they went in with maddfred bythe nwr he had Chic r Me art
tai t he driving off all n All the bit ait, as i clubbed muskets when the foe could, i Tryacoaton. fere. kl.d the.d man whom be * mmsmm.**7 conires o
mastter hard _ar deal apia - be distinguished in the jim Ight ot Hered gulty of leadfof,* is lrepantdLthW Hna we -T n
i h. hardware de id ne the camp fire and when two bodes, i Loo for the astray..Htsbands have waked Yen- ene its sual e
A Alaastine is wholeome because it is bet. came together in the darhless they i I eance in this manner lieo marriage mo
no poisonous pm ts Wt. to w a plied the trusty hunting knife or; Kirschbaumn bem n it itti d "ave- oe .. . .a .
or Bnowmasteral are used color scre. Ai..s ufr tomahawk. Many a dusky soul that n ew phuld by their fenow. But A WOMAN'S
n0 8 a nmtit went over to the happy hnti'g a hb Ak. ains algwes that the aneer t. To all" .phutn r.H
mi t o printed question blank. Fl it grounds in spite of holy btans and tions are flse, and t her nelw B.S _ar o,
Ai ptiew is the most beau- out and return it to #s a incantations. Not one that entered Si -on was wralng from her 1y op ,iatica h isSm
ti"l aterial for wall decora- complete flar schIme Me.ow r the camp got out alive. Many of the Sio and hint dakly thn,'-e h =, ter a os e
i Fe. hr o .bravest of the brave among tea was a denerate of te m peate cured n of th
Wt s aae of the rich, soft home. whites also bit the dust. For some loathsome ]ad. Ten a stor fl t heri duty to e
vebrvl elKect of the coloWS. R.A mb' plea lamione time the issue was dourbtful, but as x o& t of wild o0daJght ras. a Youc at
S ,.the highest priced colors under any vase is gm Ala- soon as day broke the aim of the rife-. J N drunken men and woea-ed tie e-as nec-ss --y.
Chswn cause they are basti. men and the discipline of the regulars J. R. NIX &, CO. --shameful reve--a t- ri a
-a 1 ^ i otee. told. and the savages broke and flted. Your Moey WorMt or Your MeAey Mck. of vice existing in a society gha at su t h1
-Sv l^ .. ^scattering i all directorss. .n rrs0n Clothing. Shoes, Furnihins, aet, for- Me an Boys s Pi t 3 ousab t ot
- r .. .., was drawing on his boots wWhe te Next ti Ir uni 2 aats hen the Hains trial is *igi. we ah* asleve lterts ro
r alarm ease and at once made au o Next to Ir ll*r-. 29 IL Pa x. may look upon Harry Tham a ge dre Mr M Smer
Alae Sm ae lO dispositions a=d bore himself so well leman ad a schaOar. NI-. In
now YOU* Cit Ny .s to add greatly to the reputation he as tgilty only of ]ia-.r ..
De pt.-y. 47.. X r l-Wefi--S.had already aroulred in mau" a and Evelyv Thaw a real "e.l ch il4"
@ *-45 Wate St. 2 eadv.ite Ave. strenuous campaign unspted of the world.

r.-Aaa th
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t will be -Sten.

Monaco. Terrf
$swle. of

" Boggtggigggay
easenti of oa--
Aft is a shine
ttle"lp Nerth
bed at4be More
suey, mum .
"a of Baefbaiu
sxaon at A" gitf

ofO of
IhWrs ]a im-
Me at lmt ol

sers sa Baggg .
oowrea in Xik
derswatl ot Wu
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Sofr the Ubt,
Caef-eoracy VA

At .igath e h
Il, King. of
is "a h Urtagy.
Geepal f Can-
isanual Oeh
tbo*4tts soldfle
be national eem-
Soldiers of Gen-
Won will be ann
al cemetery at
ience at Monte
f the 60ta birth-
onary campaign-
* Boston by Lay-
will be held in
Eel Gemez will
president at the
* the Shah's re-
rlsalaet wil be
Own will take
it of the Prison
bat in Brooklyn.
r will gather fn .
great American
gf the church.
Assoetatiom wll
ssion In Rfebh

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r the isfts. &.A-
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Mt wa to *ruae 4
zt'wh"e b" re-
Ie tortUrad. She
ft to An aeegen
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10 chance *f Ofl-
This simple dis-
3 from the blood,
,int". parlftf the
eeay f, irrt efa*-
whole system. It
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CMpley, with a young man. from Pen-
*scola, who, was;etng."aits his .ere-
ary on thissem, were {sveling
with horse and t rough "Walton
coMnty. About a own- Iby turned
toward a setti t aiglen-sreached
a to*& it WM t' l room. round-
pole Ubow VAPt a:'. 4sa' t porch;
an Opo se ,on o ed,. and a
Ntick-nd-dirt ckMIey -a the other.
The k anea andnan yard were en-
elMed- with V'U fence. : The yard
wM weB kept; "as w4 fe and pretty
with some od*ahiond roses here
a-d there, ail'-a large 6edar tree
dme to the. ront entrance of the
- CoL Chipleg haled. A small, neat-
looking old lqdy afme out, scolding
the bounds t .-back der the house.
"Good moral&g, 'la'am," said the
eoleeL "CA we Set .a bite to eat
Sad -Mting for the horse?"
"Bless my sta-rs. ister. you can
get some coffee and perhaps a little
nack to'eit, but I hia't got a grain
I -m O n 1 this place. Get out. you
,entleme, aad 'I sed over to Bud's
anW get a fed uV corn for the crit-
ter. Come here, Sis, and run over to
B*ts aid fetch sooe corn fer the
genUtleman's horse."'
"Hrw far i it over there." inquired
the claoeL .. .

"Bout a half a mile. Sis can be
there and back before you hardly'git
the critter mngeared from the vehicle.7
"No. no," protested the big ratragd
man, "Mr. Mack will drive over -tog
It. Just get in the buggs, little gisL
and show the gentleman thewar."',
Almost exhausted from the Wld '
heat of the day, and the long aid
tedious drive through the woods, Col-
Chipley followed the little woman to
the house where he rested hk self
under the shadows of %he old cedar
tree, comfortably, seated in a home-
made rocking chair, while Mrs.
Brown, 'the wfdow. went to the spring
for a -pail of cool water. Mr. Chip-
ley declared it to be the best water
he had ever drank, as he dipped the
old white gourd into the pall the
second time, then he settled himself
back into the chbair, while the lady
went about the preparation of the
meal, talking briskly as she worked.
"The whole settlement is datrac-ted
over old Chipley*s railroad. Bud
told me yesterday hit mout come
right through my patch yonder, but I
told him Old Chipley would never
run over me that way. rye been
livin' right here in this house twenty.
three years next seventeenth uv De-
cember. After Bud married and
moved off., I took Sis here to live

sacola and River Junction. Through
his influence, and those connected
with him, the State Normal College
was located there, as was also the
Florida Chautauqua. It was a good
educational town.
Of all the speeches and compost.
tions rendered from the college ros-
trutrm, "The Homestead", by Miss
Edna Brown, was the best. Her story
pictured a little orphan girl of thir-
teen -ummers, left to the kindly care
of an aged grand-mother. They lived
in an humble cabin home where a
straggle for existence always reslated
in a tie at the end of each game.
"One hot day in June. ten years ago.
Colonel W. D. Chipl-y, of .Pensacola.
stopped at the cottage. He was con-
sidered by the "settlement" folk to
be the worst enemy they had at that
tim.e. The little girl had been taught
to look upon his very name with bar
tried and horror, though when she
saw him, she rather liked the kind
expression of his eyes. Another gen-
tleman was with Mr. Chipley, and the
little girl rode with him to.her uaele's
and back, a distance of one mile. This
was the first time she bad ever rid-
den in a buggy.
"Through the kindnwes and Sman-
elal assistance of CoL Chipley Jat
day, the aged. grand-mother had n

with me. She's my grandchild. Her
mammy died about four year ago.
Pre' thing! she's smart as a cricket,
but it takes all I can do to keep a
ittlesomething for us to eat and to
. ColM Chipley listened in silence. Fi
naly, when Mrs. Brown paused to
"look at the bread." he said to her:
"How much land do you own here?"
"Well. you see what's fenced out
there; "must be 'bout seven acres
and then the house place here."
I ,mean how much have you deeds
"Hain't got no papers. But I've
been penaln' my cattle on that land
now twenty-odd years, and I tell you
old Chipley will have a hard time
runnln' his railroad through here
killln' evei jody's cows and scarin' all
the deer and turkeys outen the set-
tiemen. They say he's nothing' but a
Yankee, anyhow, come from way up
north, somewhere is Caynetuckey "
The colonel absorbed his thoughts
in a small pocket map while the
lady talked on. In the speantime,
Mr. Mack and Sis had arrived, fed
the horses, and were passing the
time pleasantly examining the curious
old loom -under the open shed.
After a hearty meal of dried veni-
son, corn-bread and black coffee, the

two gentlemen were about to take
their departure, when Col. Ohipley
addressed the lady as follows:
"Mrs. Brown, 1 see from a map l
have here that you are living on gov-
ernment land. Old' Chipley's railroad,
in all probability, will never interfere
with any of your interests here. but
you are entitled to a homestead entry
of one hundred and sixty acres. Here
are the numbers, the descriptions,
and my advice is that you take thw
to, the county clerk, at Eutheeanna,
and homestead your land. It will only
cost you about fifteen dollars and it
may be worth several times that
amount some day. I don't suppose
you have the money, but I will loan
it to you. It may be that you can
repay me at some future date. Now,
we will hid you good-day. Here's the
money-fifteen dollars. My name is
Chipley-W. D. Chipley, of Pensa-
CO] L'"* *
Ten years after the above scenes
were enacted. Col. Chipley and a par-
ty of friends from Pensacola came
out over the P. & A. to DeFuniak
Springs to be present at the closing
exercises of the Florida State Nor-
mal College. DeFuniak Springs was
one of Mr. Chipley's "pet" towns, a
pretty village midway between Pen-

enabled to make a homestead entry
of one hundred and sixty acres of
very fine timbered lad from which
source were not only provided the
necessities of life, but euMcient tgf s
for the little girl to attend school,
later, to enter the State Normal
Then turning to CoL Cipley, shW
thaaked him publicly, saying: "Per-
Uaps this has paid the Interest on that
money. Inasmuch as you have repeat
edly refused to accept the principalW
A''er the execies were over, Mr.
Mack made his way to the teetrum,
Miss Edna was selecting some chofie
roses from among the decorations
He offered is had. saying: -Per-
Iaps you have forgotea me?"
"I remember your tface, as well #s
I remember miny AIrst buggy ride., I
Ever learned your name."
SHe took a card from a leather
and handed it to her. A tint O/i a
mees she was holding seemed to leg
their pink and crimson to her dbiW
pled cheeks.
* '
A few years ago, CoL Chipley 0 0
ed to his ia reward. lMea g a .
st at friends who cherish his '
In sacred memory, among wh e "
nmee more appreciative Ia spirit l "t
in trath than Mrs. EdMa Mak. :


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a g ra -, w he be seba e heds wast Ively. reeiao na others diocese since the g

rib Ii mas wy without p- .ing, anyhow, because if it was improve. "Ub-huh," aM the yoan man with bsInlmn -at- my -adlanistrtion. On
Sofi o 1f gm cng a ed it light be too good for some of the tie. te day Of hlis s olemn ensecration to
g-y i- fg .e sa 9pSortmity to thoN that's already rited up In it. I expect y Ae kin o' surtrimed. the Episeoepl: ofeq-the Bishop makes -
i l- and then they ai Ut try to drop down I better mysW t I donmt let on to a sacred pximnls t sit at proper in- -
a 5 a.- t' Is beginita gAnd mix around with us. general p Jast Wh J itae tervals the- tombs 'of the great AnD*
S. ato the aeety to do. but Pvbeen thinking tt overte, Peter a Pail, an at ~athe s e
W* i4 gf1 *l|;g tt.e i Swrkh.A- n Because he wanted to please little for a long tlag, a rfte. se4 k sh's g t
bows, ebtrat aimWt ` e mlusd daughter' Brown tearded a East Hin the girl for 5, sTWO ... .
toI S ytt th ih MM to be. par and got home early the afternoon "Oh!" saild the quRlet yoa i nT Imaskha .a -. l
'go Sa the sesehlIght of October 31. For. an hour before more calmly, "I Se. Yeou-pSm have. Ate -
Swii ewrtal ability dinner he whittled away atA peiPkin. -It asked h.r the a*- Isvenvtr -te
e .a r some gt~y The result of his hard work was a The young a* with the tie shook the Jst retteag o the 4Apost s;
temporary, fair Imitation of a hobgoblin, wi two hi head. seon t aow reveraace ad obe-
S w r- e r pSf be wor an big round eyes, square nose anJ a "Are you going to telephonee" his rdi4e& tQ the successor of St. P ,er.
gli SlimMAt *-ort of hi fierce mouth filed with sawlike teeth, friend inquired with innocent interest. and. thirdly, to submit report of the
hed-" the fre 4e dr, rem-* oi, be ap Mailme tn the d- Inside be fastened a candle. When The young man with the tie looked condition of th4 diocese.
l,'M ifr a* Aly s o te -r .-l2l .tler :, jo eifoer .lck the evening mesl was finished 5-year- a. trifle suspicious, but decided that In the language of the church, this ted
e tray trace of peron old Miss Brown wrapped both tat arms nothing was meant by the question. is called a visit ad limina Apostolo- u y. ili de best ce ur &dt
al ~W iB l-wlidebI- 1he as a a ~nektag about the pumpkin and was ready to "Well, no," he admitted. "I hadn't rm. In the performance of this duty f ra a l EaI
S iM g -o I-l Bwith a g --i. s eil>MHj itself in his celebrate Hallowe'en. Brown helped thought much about it. I didn't de- the Bishop pays a formal visit to the m r iL
h ot 4a t p pow her down the steps and in his heart cide till just recently. I'. not going tombs of the two apostles in the crypt R P3'I*w
I W MaI w&ste fat e tOW. his social en- of hearts he was glad. He felt more to Jiahp into a thing like that in a of St. Peter's basilica, and devotes
-6 ai r .- . are actually than paid for his efforts, for the lit- hurry and be sorry ever after. I some time to humble and earnest o eaet r e cdr.
at Bil.__ ;h-I_ _.M a bi g his trousers tle lady was all eagerness, know whaf I want in a w-fe. prayer, seeking through the powerful S I
S pW ..s W aMly busy now Five minutes later the wee girl tod I not too -pretty, you see-she caa't intercession of these two great saints
fi l Na l t.e.- de- *- tI t wed .ld Morpheus died In and holding aloft a tiny hand, be Aain about herself, and a vain wo- aid And inspiration for his work, and
exclaimed: "See, papa, what Willie man is always selfish. I abominate a gram tImbibe their apostolic spirit.
Wma ni Sth for is o. we tern." It was a penny-a common cop--s, herself and. her own comfort. I the Sovereign Pontiff, and to receive
n. ancn wtt l Nolse Per cent. T pempkin and ceadle want someone who'll consider a e Irst from him words of advice or reproof,
"iga,- W gr-, ae 1B5 "f .ca *&i e in had cost 28 cents, and tbe work, It's right that the man w'o provides if reproof be needed, and encourage-
&Aci l :i Brown Sgured, was worth at least a the home and works for it should be ment to bear the burden of the re-
^|- U:.a-g .sa s. .A, *e Tu -men aim to dollar. considered flrqt." spousible trust placed upon him. The
A&aipas qe.. is t he 4 dd by ,taylng awake so Daughter was satisaed, but Brown "I see your point," said the aliet biefAp must be prepared to answer
SS that they cat heaved a sigh a over toward young man. any question the Holy Father may put
m,'. Ml- d y "his wife with a martyrtlke express- "Some fellows never think of those to hiMr n reference to the welfare of
isB t te &'MI. but right side Mu. He wanted to say something, but things. Ethel isn't everlastigly chat. soule in his diocese.
l gr ueitt ii mpMotlBs any ejaculation short of a dismal howl terina, either. She would give a fel- The third duty is to submit to the
r Bis A --te thing about our would have been too feeble. So he low a chance to do a little talking proper congregation a written report for
sl buried his face in the evening paper. himself. Most girls think the only of the condition of the diocese since
-16 is g ite S( all the room thing of importance Is what they have the dste of the last oflcial visit. Op-
and If we are ThePe the to say. Did you ever notice how portunlty is thus given to the bishop
te a the main circuit, beetling qebrows and the assertve Rthel will -wit and listen with her head to make known any difficulties he D
tto~ M thie g ttp h11e wWlB get eng necktie posed to kock the ashes on one side, as if she was so interest- w ay rwe had in the administration
"jMaEW "t' t t his manly ex-. from his pipe. \ ed-kind of amused?" of eccleelastla affairs, and obtain
o t-iMr m to settle dow .. "Whoet I going to take to the the- "I don't believe I ever did," said advice and direction on all that con- The Oily Pure Extract of Pe
low 6140g &1 tw I"to a e$soebody when the atre party?" he echoed. "Why,. I de't the quiet young man. corns the *ell being of the flock en-
^^r:4i I -, : '. i r lt:(s evwer. mind telling you that I'm golag to "Perhaps not," said his friend with trusted to his care. It is easy to see the best auce of Oysters and Me
-t Ma use b> gJ- ets tBrough -being all take Ethel!" fh assertive tie. "You probably that a visit such as this, in which hte
1W l- -'il wfst Md cackle, and stops going to "Oh," said te. other young man, haven't had a lo g talks with her as Mhihop meets his venerated Superior,
ll$ .r .. .morlatg with a whir. whose quietness was his noticeable I bave. She always- listens that way the Supreme Head of the Holy Catho- ont Take Any t
.-. upp "s hell probably characteristic. "Have y thed 'rr' when I talk. Th. lrl is atelligent, lie Chureh, and comes in contact with
-ai m'i-tlw ti..M.. m" t innances The young man with the :Reektie ,and wheon she ge a chance to alistn Prelates distinguished for faith, piety
. ot. 9 g M Stsea la g Inttest -looked faintly surprised. "How'd youto conversation th's worth while ad learning, must be of untold bene- KUGELM AN C
) -:- B T M ation to whea know I hadn't?" he iNquired. I'-n tel- The does it ltho interruption. I fit to a. stor of sotla, and in the end
.l. *Mm. s e.m..-to s scaital.l and he- aphene her tonight. I was so busy u think she's eo6imilcid 'and a good redound to the spiritual advancement
I ,s &b a select soetal diversion. all day.,-J didn't iave a -hane. eunsekeeper. D06t' you? Not to of his Sock.
g a m li. g.^-t,.g:e'Bl ams pgobly view, his home sides, there's no uarry. ThereM it eak of bltr father being pretty well In a spirit of faith and devotion to Try Huck leberry" Cigars.
Sin the M light that a wood- any e else likely to ask %er but yo, ed. you kn6w!" the Holy See, I go to Rome to make
igf M ~ ~. ,mid Ms, a tart to .ad now that,I'v spoken iret eol'ourse "I have great adnfration for Ethel," this visit. I will ask the Holy Father arst 0 10.
a. ... ,; A ed the qutelt yng man, "but I to bless our work and bless all who
'-e** S have It while they "Why, of curse?"a J r exactly flniredd out her good dwell within the diocese, whether
E -f.=11?_ t.1heUve the safer 'g man. "I lontMx't rea at *alties as yu have done"- they are actually members of the fold.
A l lwhebn Antl y am d. i nterferag with your r "-Well, that's natural: you didn't or by baptism and good will belong
t.w .l.t, tb t otar eductions and we "That's one thing I thl about yoeL" have the Idea to mind that I did," said to it in spirit. I shall tell the Holy
l ^ .l 'JIterially awaLe of It-but we coaided the young man wit the tde. the young man with the tie. Father abort the zeal and devotion
lw. a j ust worryhig ateag on a rough "Some fellows don't know when they "No, indeed, I didn't," mid the quiet 9f the clergy and their loyalty to the by their bountiful charity, but I ca- dictine Monks 4
t? Tllltlatina at best). are licked, but you've gt colon young man with a ftervncy that caus- See of Peter; the devotion and piety not mention them here. Their lci Vatican e
I f IJVW. tpaM jlli- th~e whole, we feel for our as-. enso. Oh, I was just speakfa gen- ed his friend to leokl pulled. of the members of our religious com- names, I hope, are written In the crcu
ntai-) K 1i I leUgt erally. There are fellows, you know, "You see," went n the quiet young mumtties and the sacrifices they are nH o ife aHimse n tori ae d dllrecto
f.s e- ~-up gatlst a tough deal. ad who'd a' sneaked off and phoned Bthel man as he got intohs coat. "I be- making in schools, hospitals, orphan Book of fe, and cd Hi rself will pth will -o
_W to Id- a Utaf $t6 Ard .Sdy knows how long the at- before I'd had a ehasce. Of course, Ileve If I were you I'd not waste a asylums and other charitable institu- bethelr reward exceed reat p th imprt
S le gig to lart o him. It 1i the though, I don't know that you're so elicel telephoaing Ethel. She prom. tlna, to build up God's kingdom in Esxcet the debt of $21,000 on the fore yos. The I
A- l-ll w -td fr WIil U that oaf the Hottentot awftlly keen on gang with 'her your- ijd to marry me a week ago and I the hearts of men. By comparing Ebiscpal residence purhaed nearly tor f Willstler
._t te ]t~: d~~l~5.depends PpB nose rings In- self. only you've gone to see her a rather think she expects me to be the statistics of 1897 given in the di- three years ago, there s no debt o the te n th
A t bIe10 M- tA a ot iarras S* whose feather lot" her escort to that theatre parmrty. Good rectry with those gven fo last year. the dioese for whh we are directly reto tere
-.ea re wt ...... t-e --t "- Yes, I have," agreed the quiet night!" 1907, we can see the advance made responsible. This dt with your ner:t Tig
; II e a" k ad tigot eS. t you g man. The young man with the violent tie by the church in the last decade, and zealous o-operation I hope, soon st
,, *. : r5* AI ti t- a bim at society s best "I'e been so busy lately I haven't sat staring at the chair whteh had for this we should give profound e paid in full. I taes this opportuw While absent
S- - been around to see Ethel as often as been occupied by the quiet young man. thanks to God for the blessings whit-n it to return my sibLre thanks to and your spirit
hr- ; 1 ..1,usual." said tie young man with the "I'd like to'"know." he said at last, He -has showered upon us. In 1897 tho who cott tlthe purchase beloved brer
S ii tie. "I expect she's sore about It. but "just what it was she said when sbe we had 4 secular and retlar priests of this beautiTl heme tr the bisho- my al. I sha
Sthi theatre party and some owers spoke about me the other evening! laboring In the,dioceseS- the report and his clergy. he ntdf ber of con- statly n the Hr
and candy'll fix things all right! I Come to think of it, I believe his tone justtven In for last year show.4 that tributors the fundfor the purchase tars al rine
-now girls." was sarcastic when he mentioned it!" we 5bxve now 102 in the diocese. of the house up to rhis s about p00 r a yer lso to
"Ye, you do Indeed," agreed the In 1897 we had 22 etrrehes with Many mor names o t and I trust prayers t
l uiety young man. "She was speaking A Hair's Broafth Escape. resident priests and now we have 46. will, he added to the, before the trt iv to m
pu mm : aR a -,-- i--^_".----. about you only the other fcenlag. Do you know that every time you In 1897 we had 15 parishes with cloe of the year. V to tIe a it.
-- -5 -* The young man with the tie tried have a cough or cold and let it run on parochial schools and now we have 31 Durin. my absence D Very Re. I am fait
-" SS . to look unconscious. "Wap she?" he thinking it will just cure itself you In 1897 we had 2,526 children under exercise full an power istrator,
Pa Pind .Ih> asked carelessly. T'hre. wa& a si- are Inviting pneumonia, consumption Catholic eare in our colleges, acade- exd after him e. W. dmiistraw as J. W, -
... lseace. "Say," he broke out t last, or vome other pulmonary trouble? mTes and schools, and now we have and aft hm Rev Jw as J HAW
A, Me-s4Mi > M llb "I don't mlad telling you-we're -old Don't risk t. Put your lungs back in 5,Oy. chaRcellor.
Sl -- ll th a h friends and you are sort of one of us, perfect health and stop that cough In 1897 we had 2 hospitals and two On the su coad Salay of tNovember Walter Rease
' l l you haow-I don't mind telling you with Ballard's Horehound Syrup. orphan asylums and pow we have 4 the usual conletion for the Catholic l-on, ha be
g';-. l that I'm'going to marry that girt" Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. hospitals and 3 orphanages, in which nivsity of'America ill be taken khed of
SThe qet young Man stirred Into oM and reoommended by W. A. over 400 children were cared for last up. Pastors are hereby requested to tlo court
D.. l etdherte, druggist mad pothacary. year. We have besides a hose of lhe announce thee collection the Sunday Cai- .to fill the
121 South PRIate street, Pensacol Itle Sisters of the Poor founded before, as well as on the day itself, promotion o[f
___.. .. 11 Sug Pglfexste laeeterPensacolby aa,. the ensteros charity or Mr. Patrick and urge the faithful to give liberally t ourt OA S
T21108211%optes the generous charity t11or Nr. Patrick no ths worthy intituthon which Is at xp imentei ail
4ft .. wh the Tnes authrities Hannan, aided also by the generous the ie or euti n h t t' M. mf
rC. S. t1W0Il liti h_ !l 4Mp -o l ea I e up fth nallht -ider s n bequest of the late John Lyon. th ead four tedrt al s ydem wTl.e 3
*" libW ei W AL e iLa s e Jit D ii aU Ur LAWLESSNESS THAT CHILLS l 8 1897 we had baptisms of infants ITnAourepaeorallete r, en ,t
he Iaimi I w mu er th bypal o New York Evening Post. h For 1907 We had 1,3t 8 baptisms of of the PMot. -ori o of our. Houly at-e th ---.
_in fat % -20 Ana of converts 60n on the tiuh on Musc, we ordered
=a=%.e- nW lmetod. 6qtea -Inumbr hat "'hereafter at least o:ne ^hour The uI- of
.In 189 "7"1scncoq oY the umbreo3ma toiag es an dtIy taofrChatm ic

wt one opera- will is there Governor Patterson has i en as 17.000, and in oult unwas and sung, whether itn school or tirc-d sad about 1000
the (S p a irable spGri and resoure bese according t the me d of the en hde.
i tl W U -I M AlKB L I Zulness, and has perceived fully that tutde nd dowedd -- '" ...b t late

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Sbe otn o a ring^and tne possibility of cotton b arning in i-set o ud p curche- f watchful cyes of expert nuyerscs.
?m on a large scea this tall, the South sadly needles ere they were
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Fla. -- .u be --as t. ,.n is l' I y 2 T0 the diocesee wA
bsine menthat the th realize by this w ave which destroyed or damaged a "
ehll, if it threat of aalwle grt reato kt of church property. O m Ouridealcdsoilable s to
their tfade.and is another resaenwhy happy to say that the churches Trees ad ats, Citr a
eitai a novs a freely to, the orth ha- be rebuilt or restored in ver mos, ses. Shad Trees a Vines. o
Si. p ,t- mi d Weet, saIso slowly toouthe-wrd. W-thpa except St. ELmo s. g coden. I in the selecdo of suitable varietes makes
m e -y A Susseem1uge Knockad W t5tan s. oI eyoed after at no diL- ||2 wil c rie pacft aad t noggp
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-" pr' Imse-"The Thief" *
P? I'ulh ~ Saturday night *
Jame^^SW ^ M .ti .
." e -- -.IMbs DeVerne *
]* a pkn wrw and Rdbinson, *
Am the week*
S- Seatw-New- moving pictures *
Sanl th wLeek.' .

One of tel ttractinu a thMe week
at the P-- g pts ea usi-is James
Ton= t nn of Harvard", which
tbas eoret a scess at every city in
the out

T zipopular pVace of amusement
ban s thromahly overhauled. The
frent bas been repainted and tinted,
allowing an entrance that-win sacoam-
Jodate the crowds w4cat win wel-
come high grade moving pictures and
illustrated to be changed daily.
**CBVdrea's lDay" will be Meomays
and TburilBe,,3 to 6 p. zl., at which
peu fa ames f t ld admitted
free with each aid admin t Pricem
haIe been r~id to '10 cents for
adults, Sc for ildren. The 1* cent
sdmalsma to aeceasary oa account of
two mw reel daily, and the general
exeBeafce tof the show.
Orpheam Theatre.
Elsewhere- in today's Journal will
be toaed the ad of the Orpheum, an-
omeantac an extraordinary attraction
for 4"*s k..tbh managefA-tharV-
lag secured nothing but feature acts.
T'ae Phow will open with Miss
D'Verse, the lady baritone soloist,
whom any read about Is the daily
Papers. Mss D'Verse was secured at
a large salary to put on her singing
act In this qlty.. This Is her first ap-
pearanoe la the South,
There Is also Kaleratus and -Robin-


son, who are billed' as novelty artists.
Mr. Kaleratus 4s abhoop Juggler and
roller of no little merit', while Miss
ElWia Robinson is a great dancer and
contortionist. This will be their
Brat appearance in the south, and all
4h-Aa wheo (.l-to1 -e theaa will miss
the -eat AM their life tiabe.
Prof. Jones will appear next and
sing one of the. big -sona hits, Illus-
trated with beautiful slide. The
*"ow wif lose with the great Thelma
yDVerne company, who will appear in
a comedy singing and musical sketch.
listed by Nelson 3. Story and IHar-
ry C. Van. xylophone experts. This
will be one of the greatest act. to
ever appear here in vaudeville and
they will no doubt attract large
crowds to the Orpheum all week.
The management wishes to request
the ladies and children to attend tCie
matinees as much as possible in or-
der to avoid the large crowds that
are expected at night. The doors will
open for the matinee, commencing to-
morrow at 3:30, and the curtain will
rise at 4 p. "n. sharp. All those wish-
ing to attend matinees will govern
themselves according.
In addition to thie above show, the
managers have arranged for a fea-
ture picture, and each and every ef-
feat will be put on with it by the Or-
pheum's. famous orchestra, composed
6f Prots. Joe Levy apd Louis Bour-
"The Thief," which Charles Froh-
man will bring to this city for the
first time at the opera house. Novem-
ber 13t2. tis from the pen of Henri
Bernstein, one of the moat ingenious
and successful of contemporary play-
wrights. Mr. Bernstein is already
known for several plays similar in
construction, very similar-ii ingenuity
and composition, to "The Thief," but
it is probable that for many a year
to come he will be known in this
country, as he is in Frante, as the au-
thor of "The Thief," despite his more
recent plays.

"The Thief" is in three acts.
serves all the unities of time
and incident. The action take
within twenty-four hours. Fir
duced at the Renaissance The
Paris in December. 1907, "The
madeAn immediate sensation.
through the entire season w
Guitry and Mme. le Bargy in ti
roles. About the foibles, the
tion, the cunning, the lovo. a
as human passion and as wide
man frailty of a woman, "The
is a woman's play. But side
with the great lesson it 'cdhta
every wife, it contains rich f
thought for every husband.
most startling human dramatic
ment put on the stage in years
The company which will !
"The Thief" in Pensacola ha
especially selected from amoi
Frohman's players and has b
hearsed under his immediate
vision in New York. The perfo
in its effect and action is an
duplicate of that given under
thor's direction in Paris, whe
play ran a year.
No play put on in the last
five years has created the s
received such general approba
the play from the French, whose
runs as follows:
The Voysias, husband and w
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Legal
their country home. The L
have a son. Fernand, who is
with Mrs. Voysin, and writes
most ardent love letters. Mr
sin, who is young and charm
who loves 'her husband with
swerving devotion, treats the
man's amatory attitude lightl:
sort of romantic flutter that w
pass away. She is good nature
good-humored towards him. 1
attentions have made no other
sion upon' her than that they
outbreak of a silly sentiments
his part. He writes her love
which he places under the pi
her bed in her boudoir and
them around in other places

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It ob- he knows she will find them. This
e, place letter writing leads him into a seriouss
s place difficulty on which he had not at all
rst pro- reckoned. For Mrs. Legardes bha
eatre in had some money stolen from her bu-
Thiet," reau drawer, and as a detective nam-
It ran ed Zambault, w;io is in the house mas-
rith M. querading as a friend of Mr. Legardes,
he chief has -een Fernand quietly creeping up
e ambi- the stairs to the bedroom, and has
as deep also seen him take something fiom
e as hu- the drawer in question, he openly ac-
Thier' causes him of being the thief. It is
by side known that Fernaard has had an at-
ains for fair wit5 a pretty actres- to whom
ood for be has made presents, and It looks as
It is a if he had stolen the money to meet
ic docu- the financial requirements of the
s. case. The Legardes are astonished at
perform the revelation. They refuse to believe
is been the detective. He unfold,. bit by bit,
ng Mr. however, his evidence, and the father
ieen re- at' last is convinced. He sends for his
super- son. Fernand has gone into the
irmance grounds to Verover the letters he
n exact wrote to Mrs. Voysin. she having told
the an- him where he would find them. un-
ere the opened and unread. Mr. Voysin vol-
unteers to go after Fernand when tae
twenty- father demands his presence.. She
tir and returns in a moment with him. To
Ltion as -the amzement of everybody but the
se story detective., Fernand confesses his guilt.
The father. furious at the young man's
'ife, are disgrace, decided, to..zend him away
rides at for a period to distantU country,
egardes where "'e can earn'and .repay the stol-
smitten en money. Of course, .epmapd is not
her the the thief. The discovery .of the real
sr. Voy- culprit and the boy's exculpation
ng, and come later on. Meanwhile the prep-
an un- rations for Fer~an4d' banishment
young proceed. Mrs. Voysin'*' mice, kindly
y. as a talk in which she told him how futile
ill soon "his passion for her was, as she loved
red and her husband too dearly to care for
but his anyone else. has not -hbad the effect of
impres- quenching or in any way subduing hiz
are tie love for her, The relations between
ality on husband and wife become painfully
letters strained, and continue so until the mo-
llow of mebt set for Fernand's departure.
leaves Here disclosures are made that put
where an astonishing but sati-factory com-
plexion ugOn all circumstances, and
the dramatist is permitted to carry
-his story to a happy conclusion.
The Grand Rapids Evening Press
has this to say of "Marrying Mary."
P which is booked for the Pensacola
opera house:
"'Marrying Mary" is the brightest
and "'catchiest" offering the Majestic
ha- placed before its patrons thus far
this season. As played by Florence
Gear and company yesterday it was
one round of melody, smiles and
laughter, with music that tickled one's
ears, comedy that tickled one'.s risi-
bilities and dances that tickled one'$
Last year at Powers'. with Marie
Cahill in the role of the much mar-
ried Mary, the musical comedy was
one of the "big" shows of the .season.
his year, with chubby, winsome Flor-
ence Gear treading daintily in Miss
Cabhfl's footsteps, it is decidedly one
of the biggest attraction< on the Ma-
jestic's list. Miss Gear, whom Grand
Rapids has already recognized as a
very clever and thoroughly likable
comedienne. plays the part of Mary
with a dash and swing that carries
the story along at a jolly pace. and
Bshe is supported by a company that
is fully capable of h"oldi;g up the
play's reputation as a capital enter-
Miss Gear. who made her first Atar
appearance here as a "straight" com-
edienne in '"The Marriage of Kitty,"
and who advanced half way into musi-
cal comedy in "Cupid at Vassar,"
blossoms out a. a full fledged musical
. conr ienne in "Marrying Mary." and
she flts the part snugly. Her acting
-.. / calaies the laughs over the footlights
r,"'s cleverly and surely, while ier singing
hair it. good enough to keep the audience
the asking for more, more, more.
of a
use Joe Vernotzie, the man who has
mun- the arduous duties connected with
nost raising and lowering the curtain at
ltle- the Hudson Theatre, wher-' Sel-
mtant wyn is engaged in playing "Pierre of
'LY the Plains." is texeting ready to strike.
After Selwyn as Pferre and Paul Dick-
4 ey as Jap Durkin fi-'t the death duel
S at the end of third act, and Dickey
makes his eighteen-foot fall down the

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321-323 S. Palafox, Opposite Plaza.

padded rocks to the footlights, the
audience is in such an uproar that fif-
teen to twenty curtain calls are neces-
sary. So Joe Vernotzie has 'written
Henry B. Harris, complaini-g of the
amount of work he has to do. No
stage hand should be so overcrowded.
claims Vernotzie. "We! will soon be
doing as much work as the plumbers."
he complains. The usual duty of the
man hauling up and. down the curtains
in a New York house, feels this rope
artist, do not call for more than three
or four curtains, but in view of the
number of times he has to pull and
push. he demands three times hi't pr.s-
ent pay. "Will Mr. Harris please give
this his undivided attention," con-
cludes Vernotzie.
John Carber, one of the members
of Jesse l. Lasky Co.'s operetta,
"Birdland," ha4- peculiar ideas rela- to American humor. Mr. Carber
is one of Britain's sons, and the other
day engaged in an argument with an-
other member of the company relative
to the merits of the American comic
weeklies compared \to England's. He
made the statement that he had se-
riously read our comics for three or
four years and had not av yet seen
anything to laugh at.
Constance Farmer, another member
of the company, said, "Possibly Mr.
Carber, your sense of hi-nor is not
fully developed. Suppose. f3r instance,
you should see a man walking down
the street and he shouldd slip on a
banana peel and fall. Would you
laugh?" "Certainly not." was the re-
ply. "It is very bad form to laug-i at
another man's misfortune." "Well."
said Miss Farmer. "suppose he should
have an egg in each hip pocket?" "A
rather queer place to carry eggs,
what?" was the quick reply.

Theatre, while numerous garbled ver-
sions of the play have fallen by the
wayside in public opinion, is a splen-
did example of the principle as ap-
plied to theatricals.
"To fireproofing one lot of snow for
'The Devil'-$8.00," read the business
manager of "The Devil." in which
George Arliss is appearing at the Be-
lasco theatre. And he wondered if
one application of fire-prooing solu-
tion would be enoiuh.
I 9
"T-he Time, the Place and the Girl,"
company. headed by John I. Young,
is now in the far northwest, having
just concluded a comprehensive tour
of California. In eleven one-night
stands in the Golden state. the re-
ceipt. averaged $1.210, which is cer-
tainly a remrakable testimony to the
fame of the play and t-e excellence
of the performance;
0 0
Marie Glazier. who has been Arthur
Dunn's partner in vaudeville for the
past eighteen months. will join the
cast of the eastern "The Time, the
Place and the Girl" company whnea
Dunn assumes the role of "Happy
Johnny" Hicks. Miss GIazler will
play the part of Molly Kelly, the
nurse, originated by GTorgie Drew
* *
Paul Nicholson, who has made an
enormous hit in the rolo of "Con"
Ryan. the leading part of "ale Girl
Question," does in the imitation num-
bers of that delightful musical play
an imitation of James J. Corbett,
which is almost uncanny in its natu-
ralness. How correct it is may be as-
sumed from the fact that Eddie Gran-
ey, the celebrated referee, ho is the
proprietor of San Francise's moat
popular restaurant. "The Hague" gav
a big supper party in honor of Cor-
bett's arrival in town, after a tele-

The new colors of the season are il- paone conversation with Nichooebla
lustrated in the costuming of the Ar- who impersonated Corbett ,and not
liss-Devil production. They are all only deceived Graney but induced
there-the dull rose, the -iew blue, Corbett's own brother Tom to believe
the stone gray,. the prettiest bit of that "Pompadour Jim" had onexpect-
color scheming on the stage this falL edly arrived in San Francisco.
-Theatre Magazine. * *
* Without exception the newspapers
"Fred de Gresac." the author of in every city where "The Girl Ques-
"Cora." which Bertha Kalish will tion," that delightful musteic play by tae
shortly produce in St. Louis, is the I author of "The Time, the Place and
nom de plume of Mme. le Gr-ae. ;the Girl." has appeared. have not only
known in private life as Mn.,.. Maurel. 'conTmmented with enthusiasm poB the
wife of t a noted opera singer, Victor splendid Idrflline of the chorus aad the
Maurel. and unanimity o' their work,
* but have also praised the marvelously
"The survival of the fitest" is a fresh and now a'-'earance of the cos-
universallv recororized prin"' -!l of all tumine. Cr",!t for both of thee tm-
eccnoTri" con'.'etition Th- supreme portant adinrets to success is due
and unTniq success of "Th-e Devil." as : to Harry Hanlon, stage director In
played by George Arliss at the Belasco charge of the production. Two sets



(Arthur *rlban s Editerial Is the M Ye
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By Henri Berna 1 0
As Played for Ton Menthes t MLs
heatre, New Ye,
"Every Lever of the Dama h~J-'
and see -rih T~if,- i'_
(Wnm. Winter In tho Now Toerk
Prices, 5O 75, SIA and S.14.
Sexes, S.ZO
Seats e aoe Wednesy at 9 a. mer

of costumes are carried san
week one set are sent to M -
and thoroughly renovated, so t
seven days sees practically
production for "The Girl Qaestioa.!'d
"A Stubbon Cinderella," wh w
to Chicago tbeatrkls Et-at
Merry Widow" has bdeu In New To
is still playing to capacity' at
-Princeas theatre, while the road
pany headed by Homer B. lamsa
Grace Edmmd are playfa to the
met capacity of ery there,
which they have appeared. Their
of the middle west is
proving a sold mise whil* ig
aof those in Aluacs or
en to a frazle.
Th at palan ar Iy boak
an easy thng to et rdt.
Snow LUmea t c rim
lumbgo. sore and tif
stratas, sprains, cats, bmit,
scalds a"d all aces a- p-a
need a bottle tIn y m o. I.
SoM and ra-n I y
121 8son& Patez *avte

Not a lOc cigar for Sc, 1
a 5c cigar for 5c.
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S I song service and services conducted by
. M i Launch G. W. Curtis. upt. nast 11 Baptist BUYING and Cranberries, fea- T he
Tuesday. Nov. 10. 190S, at 7:30 p. m.. r t weTheI
s, .- ong service and sermon by Rev. J. W. WIHEN YOUR th' we"
lMiLA. Sen terfltt. pastor West Hill Baptist rT I
Sand CuratPnacoLTe public I DELIVERY --
S--an vices- A T
to ,o BASKET Lowniy's fresh Candies.
Wat First Proabyfrian Church-Rev. Juliaa EMkrrf f_
S. Sibley, pastor. Preach at 11 a.m.
o Tuesday. Prayer meeting Wed nety evlenings ON YOUR j. j. HOOT
t~ l Itf i. ar- at 7:3I0. Sabbath School :20 a. m. ---N Y O ."* l- W T"
l m. New City Sabbath School 34:0 p.. DOORSTEP D A I __ w.
eau aervie I All are cordially Invited. T"e
QIl ^ an Jta&arie. A 73 11 evening at 7:30 at New City Mission. East I V l Hl
III Irl Wu o rHwill o e s h K THUea
SNew Cty Sunday Saho l-Cerner 12th TABLE JUST
.. .. avenue aen Blount street. at 3:30 p. = C. C.
CsW NOTrCRe. F. Zeek, apt. C. V. Tbo moon in ebar WHAT YOU PROFESSIONAL- KNO
Neither the Captain, ~, of Bible class. AUll are feloe. NU
a r debts tehaLtz by German Lutheran Church.-Rev. J. J.A TOUS! -Dr. Ca W. ainFIRE. LIFE,
U at- rw of said e .l. W. Reinhardt. pastor. Sunday Scbool 9 I.ATS US! Dr. has. W. -ain, -MIW
SJ.C. TOILON. a. mi. English services, ak 10e:a. m a . a Dentist.
-l=KMk CO.. Capqta. 7 i. Confession at 6:30 p. lChares Moderate.
Counstneea & Seense's Curcb.-Rev. J610. QuaityP ce Olce, Maqeic Sdi, Next to Dr. Welch', oLI ASUMA
IeKl*. tor. Services 10:30 a. mn.; amO..
GW NwNOTICE. Igbsh service at 7 p. m. eaL. t-es ust Right-s a
At R'.te captas, o --wners, T. 4. YATEBL M. 4-
*o. of the Din- SALVATIONAR'I -i
SCsti-erIa" wil be Sahflvation-H A lly. AR e OSn. 2SOUaiw
for debts contract- ernment St. Capt. and Mrs- W. MeAfee mu Sleuit Buildlng.
e,1 Crewrf s ,e sel. In charge. Junior service 2:*Ll p. ..: .6aB_. ass" s .Z so
P. PAUTLSEN. Salvation Army meeting 9 P. m. Ser- VIMAIN". a5 -IL11ft'
Ml A. MMI & C., Mater vices every night. exept*ae MOnday, t A
Consigns. 9 p. m. A cardial welcome will be ex- 1 "e Sfm Paow
.a.. "a. tended to all.-.4 --B T.. ... Col
--- Y.J. M DTLJ.n e
..M. C._______m_____7DENTST_.__Ceadls
..rym ". jAp.--=A`"munat Ip ...... w" sai" husS 14-.un~

Win~tier -ElTa=

Prof itabli

SWith good light at --Athoe wt.
wish it may make th evemtage
,-g profitable without Me c Bm1 Nmt tir-
ing and Injury of eyes. it theY l e the
I Wobelbw 1Single O Are. AWU to
any gas fixture for 1M. Costs oaly
about 3-4 ceats ea ior.

one 148 24 and 27 E. Garden Steet
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my m sure*

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Jim vow to tety. Son

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Obde* street sad 9th swesus.'a
SBe_ Caw-n w_ at Frst T C
Chtis ant R CwdlP reaching at 11 m. At & Ta A M. O T
C-- it" I IL UFlavil HallB". an evangelist Wt"
.who is conducting a sem of
I which will continue threi ghe t-Ithe
AM iteremstig series of revival ser- = aU07 at 3. Am ar PEN
vie. will be Ianguratel the iMrst these meetings. P-
the -Nnist.winl conduct the Maorn-First unlverst.t. _1001
-Jg ad eve-"g series st ect fors treet. Rev. CharlesP HaIl. g. ood
e. "., "C4mobecration." At 7:30 p. dese igWet mIa.n. a0d 7 c3 m.0 "6EL
M.. "A Genuine Conversion." day school la.m . P.. at r The wonderful new
Mr. Claude X. Hill. of Mobile, will p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at7 fte ove Ilsrat pi
^-aL r be here Monday and will preaAh each P. in. A most cordial invitation t w week wearing of this
him I n t ?..So n--..- IMra Minh ed to all. M A Zfew.weeks autormia-of..thicAi
_ -s e. aag at 7:30 o'clock. Mri Hill's to w wil do. No obnoxious

!+. elves lrw^r t* J ^- !-Oood .= w e 'W *.X* *s "! -- ..... ..... .. ..t TIH wt
an L -eaker. He went to Mobile flve N "amimanan congregatis. holds src w a broken me.. |
as-a tbe1..ast.!adi3ap.lyoulroo e3 Bll ll i i Iia .. .r
Sal After ye years of earnest C C C

If * n gt-.l-- .f.t ..isC.d, I std thde ---- ..a. C.o. 0. d* -II BeratrC Owrh aci.toodpfortablyi oused iname& mt 12-?14rss ...... ..n..;.COPON wit v
t I Itthe c r otte c. Thies re, Sunday. It n 11 a. R m.; WedneOday, 4Vp. .... m a nto
-|In Stoeryth ran ysaar. the first in the ed m by al In plain T os
ed hes and ability a turingblank and price list free of manwh

Sbe a sfollowae:a. Itis understood that oIr.ncasett. m o I
:!! As as speaker he is especia y power- 1 n i| Io order later you will send on trial. vantage
Opr ;tatioI fi~. l.i and his godly Christian life stands al mea
I.Mr centi station gen- u t in hisdaily wai Slk.OW l L N m ................................. al mean
kcat'es power twenty.- Good preaching. good ssingn an* Ad&*= ................. a............. with eve
o aristian fellowship ar to be lead-
/1 u 'houry a tey an td Ingfe co*rdaes I ed wsU Re NDh E o dC_....................--^.e......... position
e! I Iy dytin-----e-. Th publ ic-iscordiay I--ttto ties that
/i Iaay- se it for a few great meeting. ____ money.

chaMinte t ahre orpctfrly rest- ORLEANS STATE BANK DECIDES T s
li X-- -. I - any change In the order of services AR T o N
at their respective churches. Notices TO RETURN FROM SOUTH
Yohne-t n ~I~ thisI column should reach The I CA .- __ ..
You have o .ly to put in J oR& not later e than 6 p. m-.a Sat- MERICA. V H | -
a switch to start, and wey of each we- CLOTIES Firi
/ it "t, The order of services at the various Soecral t Tbe JnensL
it out tO Stp. mndrchesIn and near. Pensacola to day- .oTal to The JF T A n
will as el Pow: enscola tny New Orleans, Nov. 7.-United States. I AKIEi
Let US tak the respooni- CiwS **-e1l.r.s' Ma at District- Attorney Foster announced D
SL-M; Chi-Mf-a Ma. a. m., Last yesterday that ie had bee.i officially
blity of aspplyifg your y oas1.3a. M. '"tan at notifiedthat William Adler was about eve studied the de W.H. K
Y. btp. sm2. to return and surrender. It was re- W Thed W
Joseph' Church-Sundays: Low ported yesterday that the Indicted mands of the discrimi- a
Mases wt Instruction, at 7 and 9:3 a. former president of the State National manS of the discrimi- Directrs-
1MemeS. er amnt n5imon of. Bank was on the teamship Ellis o ..
tisat I andtI2sV.M. or by happetment. hls way to this city, and would ar-. noting men of this city,
Week days; Mass at 7:30 a. m. rive Monday afternoon. District At- ,
onfessi ons from 4 to m. mn t orney Poster said that he would be and our experience co- ............
SOMeao n and First rays. Also every in Baton Rouge MoIay for the op. -
S morning before the Masses. ening of the federal coutt, there, but bines all the latest dc-
Church of Sacred Heart.-Ninth avenue if Adler came arrangements would be
,:afUt 7 A"tJackson street. Rev. P. Turner, pas-p .-. t' I i .
Sor Pro. Henry Seel. oraist ass made so nat he might give bond. tatS of fashion and pri-
r.' ._ :at 7 a. m. High Mas at 9:30 a. m. Sun-. M C
S....... :.. .and Benedicti on of the Blessed c-a- Subscribe for The Journal ces that are far.
B.wI- ew.. nent, 4:30 P. .,nAPTIST. . .. That's why this busi-
TAOI a First Baptist Chureh.-Rev. Thoe. M.B i T*
C(allaway. pastor. residence 114 W. Gads- -AneSS keepS grOWing SO.
den street. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. E.
D. De2 s. Supt Preaching services, 11 a. "isaod r
.mY.ou.fis odr tYor"
S*m. B. Y. P. r. :-30 p. m. Prayer ser-ur Irst order
,I.vices Wednesday morning. 7:30. All are hr
cordlilly invited. At the 11 a. m. service, means a customer here E-
'Rev. C. L. Colley. Supt. of the Anti-Sa- O Jer m
loon League of Florkda, will preach. Regu-
lar services at 7:30 p. m. Gese. L. La-
'asat Hill Bapt i Church.-Between t Lp Maye -
Gead en and Jackson streets. on 13th 1 T. A. Jse
avenue. J. W. Senterfltt. pastor. Preach- T. A Jo
tag 2nd and 4th 11n. days in each month
at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. No services at
.r .7:4 p. mn. to-day. on account of the pro-I L MAYEIL
Jklw.E.. hition lecture at the Gadsden Street h\ / WE D
W- FaiP *T- 'i Methodist church. Sunday school every
WW I* Sunday at 9:4 a. nm. Prayer meet- m I EVhbats Hotel BUiloifm.
lag every Wednesday night at 7:45 p. n.
MABONS. B. Y. P. U. evy Suaday at 6:45 I m. o
tion of Mt. West HiUlSa Churoh.-19I2 West
No ... R. A. M., Jackson street J. W. Senterfltt. pastor. I I
,':-; U! at 7:20 o'clck Preaching every first and 3rd Sundays At __. r E- -_____d
fraternally 11a. an.d and 7:3 p. 7 Sunday School n
GIBBS.. evry Sunday at 10da.m Prayer meet- I I
W H. P. Ing every Thursday at.7:0,.3 L m0. ..
P. U. Sandays at 7:4 p. m.
sMe n eS AS lf christ Church- H. Whaley, D. for choosing our tWlor- AT Savin|
a oas D.. rector. Services at 7:45 and 11 a. m. ngis your pocketbook.. tII ,l
S.Katharine's Church-Re. A. M. Our rcasoable prices, m CnIus Eas
.. AnreWS N es. rector. Low celebration of the Holy dependable woolens, su-
.. 9:20: High celebration and sermon at 11 rir and thor-
-oFr "sEKAH. rington, at 7:30 p. tn. Borough wo kAaship all
BI-, & l I* 9 fre o Saint Katharine's Guild meets in the .....t -e i *IIIiIIin Tl .
SA 0 at Rectory on Wedne day afternoon at 4:30 mean CCOsuy t the llU
ft *b*e rirint. *St.John'&. Warrington.-EvenAng pray- purchaser. Pes 1B, 161, 27

iiI____ i_____- Fithedlt Church-Corner laoox c -t A
Telephone m144, 9:30 a. mi. Sunday sarool. M
aSe Str eetSethsdIs. CI" Ou f aste. r reshly parched
S. The Ecambia F. A.Rogrsptr Sod a t $20 O $50 CofFes are without se- ca W

11t otnxSt. Wtneto stthe the GBee r Su--a-
ISyo Peope sduCla ssCool aso don- Av1
time to r.perly prepare the lose.. during aga,.l*
3m.].the weem *. meets at 9:30 a i. ,Our specialty is the -
Methedist MIsason Church-Corner 11th Omemrset -
SBaday 11 a. in. and 7:46 p. m. Prayer s
SAt Gymnasium at Ft. Barrancas-Nov. -n every casential of cof-
1. 1305. Song service begins at 9 a. m. p*uecio r e A gnunat
lolo by Urs. Lieut. Wilson. and sermon fee perfection; this cof-

gI 1 -f mW-Uvember 4, 1901 at 7:30? p. i..s ongR Service a is (alass of ifs n .0>r....
and services conducted by Mr. G. W. SO MUCH m i ciss ofis OW.i
Cartis. Supt. Sunday School*at East Hill
Baptist Sunday School of Pensarota. Fla. 0 A'TODAf'qw*---
At M. E. Church-Corner Navy Yard SATA CTZION.l T a.
S- School opens at 0:0 a in. At 7:.S9 p. m. INGR EY

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S.. a ', s .. Down, Falling Down,"-a -- aIl heal sci activity has shown the e,
rest. teet o the presence to a most no0ce
ATURDAY. The schoolboard put the sidewalk able extent. Mrs. G. A. Waterman I
*u" of "3d3dtn anamversary' t mavy yard, Mr. down, and the city is placing a 4=rb etertataing Miss Parkerson, a popi
S a early yto protect the school rouda ar New Orleans girl, who dwtrn
the wah of the water, on co tlon her short stay in this city ,has a
mJS JMieleS at, n, o that the children make the grounds ready been admired by all who hav
Mis more attractive, been fortunate in making her ac
*A"*4 4. At a meeting of the teachers ia Oc- qialutanee.
tob I tober it was accordingly decide to M Claire Ely, of Montgomery, a
Improve the grounds, and -Us tre t. guest of Mrs. J. W. Bulock. I
.ia t. met f 78t ; l Douglas followed was no way to obtain the neea--ey -a-her one of the recent acquisition
1t04a t with a dcmr'wtw d., a with a handi- funds it was decided to give a play. to the smart set, and is being naad
cap of IT' t a neet of 79. The play of "School Days" is the centre at many charming attain
t Thew wMl e tournament on Sat- result. WIlard who is t'.e guest c
watt. a 14th, the oditi ons Miss Stillman, has already bee
orfE, w 1 am th later by BROWNING CLU4 ENTERTAINED claimed irrnvocably by local society
'', il te a zunt BY MIS REESEE. during her stay in the Deep Wate
.ta tIa out ..Miss I-elha Reese was hostess at City, and the Misses Coachman an
B* ALI. TO-- YW NIGHT the meeting of the Browning club, MUnnerin, of Jacksonville, are a
AT THE O11 OLACLUB. which was held at 'her home yester- course central attraction. in th
l i hil Mrs, R. r. ibl will be hostess day, afternoon at 3:'30 o'clock. "Ivan whirl which will characterize Peasi
1 0 ;swe; at a ball Oat the eola club lomor- Ivanovitch" and "Martin Rel" W'lere VIMS clety -llfe next week.
-H%.e's eca a I row night, ti be given in honor of the two Browsing idyls which were Tha arrival of Miss Annie Forbes
the Misses COdeh an sad Miss Mun- under Iscussionjor the afternoon, of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, on nex
oI I At> Merla, of Jafagyvlle. The event the time bavinge been .pent in a s o uasday will also be the signal c
Is to be an Imste1aing and brilliant exceptionally pleasant and proatabis renewed interest. This pretty Kex
,Tl /Mr. a-Id is to prove one of the nota- manner. The Browning club, In fact, tutcy girl wi-tarrive in tine for th
6 .--wecast., e soial s of next week, a st- has muc valuable work planned for Prbts-Basw wedding, and will remain
ash's past! tin0 op0a1. Is faI to the many fes- this year and a season of interesting the guest or Miss Cornie Bass to
Sher tivities whish ar to ecat during the study is anticipated among those who Nome te.
next ten days s am0g local society comprise its membership. MIS kA
WM&A. ND'1 1 NIINRY PONL- ING CHARMING VISITOR. A pretty W-affair took place
MAN TO IWTRTAIN TON1GHT. Miss Jennie Stillnan is entertain- at the Miss Jennie Stillma
Mr. mad Ms. Heary Pohlman will ing Miss Jessie Wilard, of Rau yaterday, an s-bevy of local s
A .eaterta this ev"elur at their home Claire, Wis.. a charming young lady clety girls i ed at her borne o
on West Goveragemt street, a tnm. from the north who is .being i ach Crvante s t 4* esponse to a
w. to l her of their .felis having been bill- admired in local soelety circles, ltvitation to play bridge and to mee
S| e to assi toin ee eiag the 20th Miss Willard's presence in the city the Misses (o6thman and Miss Mw
L s anniversary. o their arTiage. Elab- is most opportune, when a round of-0ayn of Jascksonville. So mnan
a1. 0W ', -gate plans his bean made by the gaiety is being planned in ,hona of p anty affairs lave already occurred
Satq popular oupla *and tonight's event the several attractive young Jlies l honor of visiting young li
Swill prove o unuasal interest to who are the guests of Penspeoel peo- 1es that. 1 no formal introduction
rIe r Int-ate v nugh to be present. ple during the early autu saeaaoe. Were necksary, however, as all ftre
S.. Miss. Stilean will eatertala I beomer are well known in the exclusive set
RE5V. JUULI .0S tEY of her friend and the Misses Maunner. A delightful time was reported b,
TO LEAVE T OW. lyn and Coachman, on two o06loeas oase present.
Rev. WJuan ..p aey, pastor of the next week.
theSci^. Ftr w s l w2hSleree A BRIGHT BEVY OF PERSONAL MENTION.
Sbe in at theSo syod CHARMING VISITORS. Lew returned
0 ftreat w'h4ch wll c i.'a 7sday. Rev. A bevy of charming young society Xashville yesterday.
N sby will be ajii t fmgq ta city un- girls have taken Peabsoeso society
*, w1 il l tI PMayy. W arslt, ro time for his completely by storm this week, and Mr. G. W. en and wife, of A
Steug Mr ulr dutia o' am week from today.
W 49 1111eiNae&t, Mr..1L a
tM .ssp APWe DAmIDSE AT The Journalr Dav Fashion Feature
-___CoM Oerahl l tBirat has been oc.
S imeby $h *4 val oft the new
puamBaleal. eam by Ire Country <
club ohr the w linMs this winter, *
"l.t 7 r- Ca D. 49 abridge I
l riag Ij..comem *
r lig-ly 1 as a teach-
S* an player he q atlers will no

4 u1rte.ts orn.p .t ege have
t beo w A Mr. J ebngm

^B^^^,n *M IV. 2 j .
_o- ordes fr a bs and

= 6 0 ill ---- i h iudm s it.
tIlsedm that te abtug will el
PLOWUR 511 45 WILL *
M m lO I The 4*1-y0at Hu m show, uggest- t
m by Mr. J. V h a o. carried et
is h +by.Mpre hpseve"-t uslo, l
SUto whom t heattPion wa
t 801 06 adne, wi ntaw pa mt a ex.t
hrhar tihe Keyag it aappoo lte the I
at Se A S far.* ant abou ., Jm. i s I m o -0
Rw. spm intend the pr e nttas -

----- am of the a me Dr. \e WOf
__ .h m e ti ui m JW. yer. Mmiss No.

. i'WT Y ferW. J. W; Irrw i he
S. eb ."ge of_ the i it f oaSchool
NX I-2111 M. M Is N r Nye from No. 74.

winNes ar f i a. The prime low-
ertis to be MIS&t ia a blue rib.
o-ne forthe MA = slugie spe-
o buy- d ta *i f sthe m aa i on the
t er at thte tarifea 4isgctia Oaat the

w ]I a p. 'are"sut of U -' al o are
ftehus. to ujuSe eta Dr. t

n16ers are the anost
Qdsa r etMh e canefind

a s all back SU 1-s 'pwhen we too very attractive triamring. Thp aIerjj age erpamented with cethewvered
playeA "La'L Briige is famlng battles aa4 eeIand at-Ihe h.| ll saaa>.














Including sev-,
eral copies of
the latest Paris-
ian patterns
just brought to

SAi elegant Hline of .


P.- fIs ready this wek fo yor selection.

S' have atrechdad s--I all the fall and
winter shades.

SWe Make a Specialty of Mourning Goods. ."

No. 5 South

A Gorgeous Display of


Every dwotse of beautiful MllIwnery
sheuM vlsit our store this week. We will
shew ll the original Ideas of the season.
The display Is marked by a diversity that
will appeal to the most particular pur-

ThIls medel tIew to-day la the product
eo eur own w5erreems. New ones sh ew
da y at Mlaly lwl prices.

"a. -,
..a '

By a1 means visit us
this week if only for
a style study. .

Mrs. Nordstrom
U E. Tntepca St.

lanta, are over-Sunday guests in the

"Umcle Cal" and Mrs. Tippin wore
in the ofty yesterday on a shopping
Mr. R. X. Nobles was in the city
froam Varry Pass yesterday.
Ml. J. J. Jerigas, of Pine Barren,
is In the-city.
Mls Asnte Forbes, ef Hopkinsville,
Ky. will arrive in .te city on Tues-
day at be pre eat at the Bass-Forbes
weddta'. -
Tbipp 4 ar *aetig Of the wom-
asWs O.-. Mi im Society of the
Oa street chbach, will be held
Monday aftersam it 3:30 o'clock at
the ru.hreh.
MLrs. av Hirchkovitz is much im-
prare. hadving Wcently been very ill
at her -ame in Warrington.
Mrs. J. G. Tateetra has been conite-
ed to ber home with de grippe dur-
ing thS gat few da. She is re-
cove-w, hwever. much to the satis-
teMtal or bes many friends.
N iAI M It mo#ut wil leave this
evele W ater. sme in peace
4 ,i l ll l I_ .

Fla.. afteL having spent the past two
or three weeks hers, the guest-of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter B. GUlMan at their
home In Pryts.a stroet.--New Or-
leans Times%-Demeerat, ?t4.
Marble may be cleaned. by aubbag
it with a cloth peft la turpeMtne
and then pollebt it fth a clawn dry
cloth. . . .
To peel a large uat"lty of onloas
without dscomort pult the* in a
pan and pour a kettleful of being wa-
ter over then; than peel them at
To remove the odor of ah or on-
ions from pans, wash tl geod suds,
then place pan inverted ever Saae of
gas range or put i hbet oven for a
few minutes.
When gilt fraises or mouding of
rooms hare speaes tf dirt oem faim
and other causes upo them they'
may be cleaned with white ato egg ap-
plied with camelteIr brush.
It is well when calangs or prserv-
Ing to put the rabbes for s J,
on the steve In a 4IN water. =
the water has -a t a- it
just below the bhaO aInLt #

. t fqwAlS

rule being followed, the ubbmar awe
mvre to be free from germs wheA Mft
on the jars.
To clean white felt hats, rub e
smell quantity of powdered aan"atI-
Into the felt. Let it remat.ter ,a-t-
an hoar, then bruma It aut w8at
clean brush. If the hat is mlneh a--
ed It may be eemwry to apply =-W
esat mere than 0ace. .A
Potrina hot fruit lat. ai ss
is Wolly to result i' tis qbI
later. To prevent tM, lr
MSb lh ont a cloth w t
water md then power the fraK M I _-
If -leM dishes. tumlers aN ,i
artelee of that ort am put ftw
kettle, cowae M emtbly with
ter a" allowed to h eatI
and fasely bal aluetly forea
ttme, they wll bPe O- to
quired a certa t.1t.a".
eperutem sad will be mga

To tamke e bruises out fht
wet the pait with warm water
a pleee ao IOwa paper Ste or
4tmes, sr It and them lar thw
timhas terd Aem the brute wd
(ce-a s anepoge w -

AWared first PREMIUM, the B1i"*IBOI on its"QUALITY" at tihe
State Fr ld at Macon, Ga., Nov. 43 ;, Wand the Aibla Agricultx7
A4aciuai held at Montgomery, Ala., c. 84th, 1908

IcJo in air-tight, sealed cans *t a M C n the ae QUAl-
:Wi enjoyedd in New Or-eQns. .
MYantee that every can w 'ets "QUALTY our PRSIM
cants per pound.
y al good -Apr..-"YOur peoer camany
uas and we win iwh w*

TERS COFFEE New Orwens, 4.
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I 1V7 F

a very-;.A-W ngee a North Alea-
Ud &.Pa*t fiikTA 5M t" -trm-c li ntm.

.*ur a one-stery dwe'on Nrth Ru. street. near Gadsden
eftro. eostalh 6 r5 with lot 65 feet. Thb L-i listed for only a

WIget a very nke home on DeVillier street, near Gegory street, of
r with a ot "64x50 feet. Convweanient to an c l7q.
Afr, ILu-ance. ity Maps.

-" -" .- TMHE l NTAL A ,W.' "
LomWOftnd .-e, Loan and s I- piAe.

.-":saute, ofont mandLeinn,
19 W, Monatndei a p.e

4"oNlt as ient or
res C. W. lJrw 4
9"" ue S ..

__________________ 4 -

Pay the reht to yourself, own your own

home, be independent.

You can, with ease, buy one of the new cottages with spacious grounds, that we

are erecting. Price, $800.00 and $1200.00, on terms of $10.00 and $15.00 per month.'

Talk it over with your wife and come see us.

An inspection will convince you that the o on isa bargain.

FOR I f-4eblp t, &cash. full'blooded
*h-efer, very gentle, two years
old.i be- frsh text month. 413 East
Gregery attCret," ty. Snovlw*
FOR SALE-Sawmill, two ox t ams,
waona.andA carts. Address E. .Wlker.
Flomatomn. Ala. s 8novlw'
FINE paper bell peOans. 23c. 30c and
40e per pouxd in lots at ten pounds or
more. L. C. Flaser, Mtiton, Fla. 7n6vlw*
FOR SA]L,-A bird dpg for sale. Apply
1109 E. LRua street. 4novlw*
and 35c per pmaond. lots of ten pounds
or mer, l. C. FlhUer, Milton, Fla.
FOR SALE OR RENT-My home fur-
alsbed or unfartished, consisting of
block 2, New Cty Tract. Cor., 1th St.
and 14th Av, (NOf 1400 Lakeview Ave.).
or 8will e, ali. a the. west ialf of the
blbk. Te Adres J.'*C. Pebley.
I A-rlhBn-ut.0. J Pae, Texas. nov7tf
FOR KAB-- 15 Bruaswlek-Balke bill-
ard ta1e, practis ly new. at a sacrt-
fte.C jW Jn I. Webb. Dollar Press-
tag c Snov1w
FOR L.--UIver *d white pointer pup.
four amoths olM. Full blood. Phone
1635. 4novlw*
FOR SA]-One state sad county ped-
dler's fiens. 4Meap. Address P. '0.
Box 2s. novlw
FOR SAT-oe. buggy and light
w Wylott hens. household
ank. V i F -E. Jackson St., on
01; e :='. > 5novlw*
OR SAL0.-4v ral head mules, all in
good ki. g eadtlon. $65 and up.
Me r u mt, a barain. Gar-
F x .i tary. novltf


as ou 4Ok A
ess or general mdrchnU-
or out of city. Referenmes
ress W, 108- 1. D *,' orS

KM of Shm1Zaandi WSmd to

,: atsm stock or z ry ek or
/n gCan accept at omce. Add sS

xrlOa'oN aa manager of naval stores
*loat. Twenty years experience; best
,Ada De Flor-I
ta#6 Ala., Snovim*
-5th avenue and Wriht street, solicits
f patronage. C dr especMially in-
oF-Good care taken. Chas. Llcata.
S iStor. 5novim
S fArED-EBvoWybdy to know that we
we e t nh g on fall time and turning out
a5t.abinoaterial for butiding. eoptly.
beirss solicited. Saumurs MII
SO I. Garden St.L moltf
wZau _m MDEIL $1.50; S puffs.$ ,.0:
"nta 2t aa dA from your own coqmb-
n a humea n hair furnished. _Laura
jleyMS N. Devis,-..aer LaRun."1135 1oetlm*
U= MAOLD PAPRSKle e la. at this of-
aem at moments a bamA,
*jjwU -To ive y" a ebhaame at the
k-burgala In dothing and ncmral
street. o12u0

,W~nMI -OMdbats to remdel ew
toake to order. reinak
amoiM laRUMa ft. se~

e reforoce.Ad.
a Ii e= J ae a Ut. Ileetlut*

wAllY-Tou to knew that the Sol*-
-taure Cemamy .as blankets.
0=m. a. MrAa, sad lace cur-
ao or snythly pments.

.. lectim
* WANT to make your steme s and
agd do any itwa of d altral or
loyde W & Brecm 6

ANTBX-AW enrers fee hAsh heat

eteessfrom m e"
Ar kibsi of msed"-head
Brota them to us: Mhi tAM to
as; write to as. COrner
S. = ToCa. Tabor-

VAANTE-A bwswr forlts to a
S.-L=Sw". T V. Pala t=%!M"tt6
ImwT Whe- D f- to
qc~ L ofueth aloaba o
4- a" le Utr


f 9

y kiln-dried rough
,a sh, doors and
it. oils and build-
asr Mill Co., 9 E.

POR lSAA-T.r--' barrel of rosin chips.
- Best for a quick and good tire. Phone
NM. C. H. Covington, 20 E: Brainard St.
FOR SA1L--Nice family horse and run-
about for sale cheap, at the Pensacola
Livery Stables. novltf
FOR SAIE--On account of leaving the
city I wll sell my home with all fur-
shi complete. E. Greenblatt, 139 E.
Intendencia St. 3loctlm
FOR SALB OR RENT--eabreeze cottage
o0 Santa Roa, sound. Good outbuild-
Ings and about 19 acres land. extending
from Pensacolf bay to Santa Rosa Sound.
Harry W. Gibb 27 8. Palafox St.
350 MEN'S SUITS to go at $4.50, values
from $10 to $20: boys' $2 and $3
suits to go at $1.25. Must vacate by
January It. E. Greenblatt, 139 N. In-
tendencia St. 3loctlm
FOR SALE-one Jesse Frernh piano
god as new absolutely faultless will
st cheap. call in person or address Box
489. 8amson. Ala. 2_1t-2w*
vines. Peaeh Trees etc. Address Jas.
Blomeley, Pernhll Vineyard, Contonment.
Fla.. or apply to ClyAe Bomley. Union
Trading Stre. 25-oetlm*
FOR SA E-at of 611 acres. 10 miles
fr POEMPAN&a Pile $1500. Address
F. H., P. O Bax 2It PFeoaoola, Fla.
FOR BALB-Or Fay-thoales Typewriter.
practialy aew. Address Box A. A..

"YKR arlt m-fa..*' comforts., bed-
sprea. r and laoC eurtafts. Weekly
wr moamtly Aments. Phone 171 and our
S- call. lomon Furniture
Oa., W. aaiwmnt t K10oct'ai

WOR SALE-Timbered lands in large or
small trOet. Southern Real Estate and
InveetmNat CO.. Flmaten. Ala. oct3tf

LAUNCH,2% feet mg, 44-inch beam. 7
H. P. engne. Speed about 10 miles per
hour. AplyA. A. Wrlghton, S W. Ro-
mana street. sepwtf
FOR SALE-A fine 2-story house with all
modern convence., on Fast Hill. one.
block from car line and on a corner fat-
Ssouth and east. Large lot. S3500.
OR SALE-eautiful home on Bayou
Chic*, the a iproVemsnts cost more
than the sale price. at 4M0.
A 6-reem beaue mad lets on East HIlI.
A 5-rom b ose and 3 lets on West Gar-
A *-rtm house, corner let, N. Spring
St. Closea, 3-60.
A 5-rsom s and 3 lots on North
fA r' let o the earner of Chase and
DeVUllir streets at $MO0.
Cottage en W. Goveramnent St.. $1200.
Cottage eon Lttleo Bayou at $1500.
Soe batnels property on Palafox.
Iard. Baylen and Intendencia Sts. Pri-
ces on request.
Also ome farms for sale.
JOHN2 N. DAY. 6 East GOaden St.
OLD XNEWPAPERS tor mae at this of-
feo at 0ve cents a bundle.


m-chocd. .ommY. Theoy.hPsia-
pe-"to k awarded. Pthone IS7. i in L PlULL"R Apalachlcola. Oldest
- al BlL lctin t a btel in ctty; free baths.
beat esoe. tm L6 and S "00 Spe'-
tM8 BARNUMo ve CuiSme wi e atl -t b week. & Jenkins. Prop. 15j
ste id 3e North Spiva Street. _____________________
fwone 6l. 3nuvim*
i -aalqtand chsiraster of Christ
twhes the Pi&no (UtattgazM t NOTICE OF REMOVAL.--I have leased
B sIeeuding ter 3 yeams. 1 tafll be glad to see aUl my
Pt 0. Aea, ePM ta a ftirotp a ug new ones there.
-ioScSm*aYours f"r or J. N. Andrews.


ce Age" s .

y-i Office, Second Floor.

- - F -,

WANTED-An experienced cook to hWe
on premises. Apply &ldthwest corner
Blount street and 12th avenue. oct2ltft
$25.n week salary. $25.00 week expen-
ses. and i 0 per cent. (oommisslon on
sale. Los Angeles Cider Co.. Atlanta,
Ga. Ybov*
AGENTS-Are you an agent? Do .you
want to be an agent? Io you
want to make money in your spare
time. or get into a permanent business?
Send for free copy of this month's
"Thomas Agent." Read about new agency
propositions, new plans, and sure money-
making pointers, and experiences. of
thousands of successful agents. If already
an agent, state what you are now selling.
Address to-day. Thomas Agent. 143
Wayne Ave.. Dayton, Ohio snovIt*
well for easy work. Examinations of
all kinds soon; expert advice, sample
questions and booklet 455, describing po-
sitions and telling easiest and quickest
way to secure them free. Write now.
Washington Civil Service School, Wash-
ington, _D. C. SnovIt*
LADY to manage our business in your
s-ctioi WVrite for particulars. $12.-s
anti ,xpn., -. S;ociai offer of new suit
.,*md $-;> i-as bolitus. J. E. MeBrady Co..
Cihicag.a. Snovli'
WANTED I)-Railway mail clerks: customs
e'nployees. ,.lerks at Washington. Com-
nmenremennt salary $b00.00. No layoffs.
Many .*\aminalthils soon. Preara tion
fr,'. Write immediately. Flrankn lit-
stiture. 23. Rochester. N. Y. saet-m*
Sa::ry $12.00o per week. Work pleasant
an.* pi-rmaneit. Give rety ,-,nc. 14end
stPmnp. J. S. Zeigler & Company. :'23
liarborn St., Chicago. $novat*
WANTED--Salesmen on commivian to
sell the general trade Dr. Odell's Rem e-
dies. Best line on the market. Commis-
sioits paid weekly. Men preferred who
can furnish own team. National Chemical
Company. Ink-.. Louisville. Ky. tVnovi-t*
VWANTEI1-Ex\perienced girL. and one to
learn sewing in tailor hop. pply 12
Vest Romana St. -- yVt*
MANAGERS and Agents wanted for the
Celebrated Flood City and Tubular
Washers. best on earth for light fabrics
such as lase curtains, ladies' waists, etc.
For ternis and particulars addr ess De-
partment 22. The Flood City Washer Co.,
Ltd.. Curw-ensville. Pa. 35oct4sundays*
WANTED-A tirst-class bookkltper. Ad-
dress P. 0. Box 177, Penaacola, .
WANTED-A cook. AppIly 227 Bast In-
tendencia street. novItw*
WA NTED-Stenographers wanted; state
salary. Address Alfred Moog's mail or-
der department. Box 177. not3tf
WANTED-Every man. woman and child
in Pensacola to know about the great
closing out sale we are having In cloth-
ing and general merchandise. E. Green-
blatt. 139 E. Intendencta St. loctlm
WANTFD-Hustlers. ladies or gentlemen.
to -canvas for useful household articless.
Quick sellers. Good money. Apply 310
U. Governm-nt St. 4oet
WANTED-Everyone to know that the
easiest and cheapest way to get ex-
actly what you want at once is to put
an ad. In The Journal's Want Column.
Everybody reads them and they bring
results every time.
REPRESENTATIVERS to solicit, exclu-
-Dively or side line. the Saloo. Drug
Drspensary and Wholesale Liquor trade
for a straight Kentuwcy Whisky guaran-
teed under the Pure Food Laws and
adopted by the I'. S. ormnmelent aSrHos-
pital purposes. An .4 Wseller. -Write
quick for prices, terrItory. etc. Box 94.
Covington. Kentucky. 2.ct*
WANTED--An experienced solicitor to
sell blankets, comforts, be7 & ads.,
rugs. and lace curtains, on weekly
monthly installments. Solomon Fur
Co., W. Government St. IetUm

FOR RENT-Two large furnished rooms.
bath and telephpon__ "2jCr. Spring Anwd
Gadsden streets.- it, ex-heR .
Phone 994. I eWe
FOR RENT-FIve-room cottage at 1010
Fast Pervant ..4..,atnd 36w. Rent
31.5.00 per mqth. 1Uuu water' Apply
1020 E. Cerv tes. PlIe .54. S4ovlw*
FOR RENT--New cottt-e. ;, rooms, hallt
and bath. Call 1007 Strong. 4"ft
water and gas. Phone I1V"8. 5nov1w?
FOR RENT-6-room c4iage, DeSotU
Street. near Palafox. Uath. gaq and
water. .1. Emmet Wolfe, 918 N. Palafox.
4 4novlw*
Dwellings (North Hill.)-
2-story dwelling. North J111l. 10
room s ............ .............. 70.
2-story dwelling, North Guille- 1
mard. 12 rooms ..................... 50.0
2-story dwelling. North Palafox.
10 rooms ............................. 45.00
Dwellinga (West End.)
No. 320 North larc-elona. f rooms 35.00
No. 508 West Garden. 6 rooms .... 25. 0
No. 317 North Barcelona. $ rooms 25.0f0
No. 521 West Garden. 7 rooms .... 20.00
No. 402 West Intendencia, 7 rooms 20.00
No. 518 West Romans, -, rooms .. 12.50
No. '23 West Romana. 4 rooms... 10.65
Four-room dwelling at FishervilUle 10.00
OweUllings (East End.)
No. 116 East Romana, 1. rooms .. .M00
No. 722 Noith 8th Avenue. 5 rooms 30.00
No. 417 East Gregory. 5 rooms ... -1.&O
No. 238 East Intendcia. 6 rooms 15.00
No. 813 Fast LaRu.a, rooms .... 1I
No. gSi East Wrigt. 5 rooms .... It.1-
Stores. Offlees and lalla in all partS
ot the city.
Agents Blount Building.
Cal and Inspect Our Lists. Phone 54.,

SFor Rent

$25 a- mbth for 2-story,.
8-rb6m and hall house with
all V odem improvements, on
Bay Shore, at White's Sta-
tion o4S1ectric Car Line.

MT' Fisher Real


S Agency.

A-'F'arehouse ith private sidetrack.
rtores East Garden st.. near Palafox,
$1s5 o $20 each.
S. W. corner Zarragossa and DeVil-
liers. 350.00.
317' South Palafox, upstairs, pool
room. $30.00.
a *n 'ia:,l 'ith aven;;e. $10.
14A 06 South Tarragonna St.. $20.00.
Suitf- of 4 ottices, 2nd floKr. Palaf<>\ St.
entrance. $30 .00.
508 W. (Gregory. $22.50.
119 S. Baylen. $20.O.
Fishtervlle. modern. $17.50.
F51W. Gregory $22.,.
4 1111 N. 9th avenue. $19.00.
S37 I. Romana. $25.T1M
2-0 N. Spring, $10.00.
1622 N. 7th, $1".-.
Near Kiwfrian's Park. large lot, $10.0).
2121 Noih, 6th avenue. $8.00.
1301 W. itendencia, $%.00.
6 East Garden St.

FOR RENT-Large brick warehouse on ROOM .COMPLETELY furnished for light
Railroad street. Apply to Jas. McHugh. housekeeping, gas and phone. No. 301
Inov West Chase St. Snov
FOR RENT---tore .baidling on S. W. FOR RENT-Large furnished front room,
Corner Zarrag6ssa. *ad fBaylen, gas And bath. 2 blocks from Palafex.
Apply McMillan & ure. 9, W. Int- cheap rent. 216 W. Chase St. SnovIw*
S St. Pho FOR RET-One furnished front room,
FOR RENT second block from Palafox St. 127 W.
Stores. Romana St. Snovlt*
DeLuna Street....................$25.00 1 ......
309 E. Intendencia .treet........ fIFR 1 IRENT-Nicely furnished rooms for
106 S. Tarragon t. ........ 7 North Palafox. nGovlw*
120 S. Tarragomaftf . 81........s .-
13 W. Romana Stree ... .. .. 3'S FU.W$ISED ROOMS near inees see-
N. Palafox street ..............$. 4.06 t, r11 WoZrnana St. 4novlw
Boardlng H + .i*- .. ROMSS and bo6 at 425 E. Zarragoeoa
Natione ot H ,t M ..+,,.;... .u ,lt. 4tnov-w-
Cr h Avenue and 13th street..18.I FOR lKENTL-Two nicely furnished rooms
1401 N. $th Avenue ....... .......1.00 tin nDe family. close .to *-hma tenter.
isee N.,Palafex Street ..........1*.:15. Apply No. 204 West Roman -street.
1147 East Cerva .. ............ .,1S 24octlm*
%05 North Reus Stire ............itM. .
794 W. Zarragoea Street ......... 10. FItIE ROOMS with board, at No. 4 East
207 N. Reus Street ............... 15-.4 (]gor0y. corner Gregory and Palafox
S. KStrong Street ............. 15 street. Hot 'and cold baths. Electric
1211 E. Cervantes Street........... 12. lights, etc. 3novlw*
15th Avenue and 1th Stret .... 116 ---
Cor. 15th Avenue azl 14th Street..%1.00 FOR RENT-Newly furnished room, close
120* E. Stronr Street ............. 1]2.6 in oft car line. Appiy 238 W. Govern-
313 E. Intendemcia Street .........20.00 mnent street. 3novlw*
301 V. Intepdencia Street ........ S.$eot -
613 E. Government street ........r.0w0 POR RENT-Furnished or unfurnishpd
1307 .. Strong St. ................-2.1 troat room, southern and eastern ea-
1011 ilEat Strong 9rt ..........$5-00 popuwg, phon" and bath. to desirable
Cor. 8th avenue a Ja-kon St...$15.00 pary-. North HilL Private family. AA-
Cor. 10th avenue 21st S t ... -f15.01t dr Box 74. : s oug
Large 10-room o on- bay horse
at Fishervi!le. with electri- lights, bath, | FOR RENT-Comfortabie furnished room.
hot and cold water; can be rented fur- with gas and bath, one block'from Pala-
nished or unfurnished. 2 servant houses fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 1EOctUni
in yard: 2 blocks from car line.
Office*m- THWO NEWLY furnished rooms, with
Cor. Romana and Palalox Sts.. two ofil- bath room attached.- Apply 271 South
ces upstairs. Alcanix street. 1octim-
The Fisher Real Estate ROOMS FOR RENT-centrally looted.

Phone 7. .
you've los or foumad or what you have
for sale or want to buy or exchangeI ft
makes no difference whether you want to
employ anyone or want a job. Ths Jour-
nal's Want Ads. afford the easiest, quick-
est and cheapest meted.

Good neighborhood. 18 E. Garden St.
SAl rooms for light housekeeping at
Flabervillee n the beach. Terms reason-
able. Mrs. C J. Allen, Phone 1683.
FURNISHED ROOMS by the day, week
or month. Apply No. 3 N. Psaiafox St.



I 224-226 Brent Building.

WE Ia 9" l Uw1 U TI

on lots we have for sale on
East Hill, and let yo pay for,
it like rent. -
How about it, Mr, Rentl
Payer? .

Leslie L Brooks Co.


43 South Palaftx Areet.


to lend on first-clam security
r-- --lkr-. ^ Ir... a.-,A A,

Buys a Cottage Homp in
Bgst.^esid.ce Seotiua
of East
car line* 8 tbontW
bot hot ancoMd i

foot front and e a
tlery. South front. Laii
lot The balance ls
rent. Don't slave fo
your landlord.

5. lots on 1tMh ave-,
nue car line, the
Cheapest property
in this section $1l*

Uol slortorg W UtW u I. m -
dress the Chaffin Bnk, Mil- J W ,
ton ,Fla. PHON E
3 g Room* O-8M Thlees BSodln

LOST-Overeat. between my office and
Goulding e the Hard Road. Reward
for return to my ofMcC promptly. F. B.
Radcliffe. SnevIw'
LOST-Pair eyeiaes with cold nose
spring and ull gol chain attached
to black automatic eyga holder. Re-
ward for return to C. W. Hagerman,
Cor. Palafox and. Defoto Sts. 8nov1w
STRAYED OR STOLEN Nov. 3. one large
.Jersey cow. very. crooked horns, metal
register mark 1l ne, ear. Scratches op
right side from horAs. Rewadm for return
to C. W. Wills, 227 East Intendencia.

LOST-Dark brown Jersey Opw, about
two year old. Has crooked horns about
four inches k mln.' Reward for return or
information, to Jaceby. Snov
LOST-Between- a. m. and 12. o'clock.
noon. November 3rd. 1908. $48.00 in bills,
an elastic around same. Return to C. P.
McMillan, and receive liberal reward.
S- 4nolw
LOST-Brown velvet cloak between post-
office and IJeu Theatre. Return to
Pensacola Electric Co.'s 'Garde street of-
fice. 4nov6t*
LOST-Money by not seeing The Saun-
ders MIH Co.mpany before purchasing
material i the bullilders' supply line. 29
E. Garden lt. novltf
month-oW white and liver pointer,
ranied Sport. and one 6-month-old wbite-
wlth-emo -ears betterr named Sam. Lib-
eral reward for- return to W. C. Barrl-
neau. R. F. D.. Cottage Mill Fla. 31octlm

SLI"VE s-Ucl


* 106-For 20-acre farm within 15 minute
drive of Pensacola. Splendid
food 4-rorom house and fine
8 ares under fence. $300 eU
balance easy.

$175O-Taken -room cottage with wi
64xl:2. No. 914 East Strong owr
IAts, other property for sale In all part
of the city.

Agnt Thleen Euimdl
SOfice Second Flee.

and put in working matter. Price r
able. C. J. Allen. Typewriter Expe
Walker's Book Store. Phone 1683. nevlW
all oe-asions. Crysanthemums,
tions and Rese. Iesfigns a acI
Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. 4OrC
CUT FLOWERS--Orders taken or aM
casieons, particularly for w i
funerals, Mise Leila C. Ree
Blyten. Phone 2.
IF YOU WANTED a nice eas-tgj
"batch horses for a weddn or
calUng, where would you g to ot
To Peammcoa Livery Stable, or
Phone 39.

EGSFR5ECW39 -From Pute Drvd .7 ro 4inh
B a r r e d k w o k T b e a B y v l e w Te n t ~ t t e m e
Park Po loamugsthav w.ite .76Sd aao, -

TOCA~fLUJINX*veA. plo 91 Thwon.F ekg
I~adWOSO. ~WV.corner 9th fr bw Fr2t7e ted
tome is qw"~ haeVJ~( bpstd

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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 ash, dooeer and
blind factory and planing mill situated at Balgdad and Pensacola, Fi. This
plant is up-todate In every way and can be purchased on very reasonable

20s S. Palatex St. Pen *87. Pe"tsLe, Frlterida



.- Real Estate, Loans and

Agents Thiesen Building.'

NOT 40 MANY YEARS AGO, -mud was ankle deep at times on Dau-
phine tree, hor cows an oat, roamed the streets and ate out of
trash barrelsplaced along the sidewalks, ears were drawn by mules, and not
a flret-cla ol i the city. The city limits were about two miles from
the courthouse, and boys hunted birds from two and one-half to three miles
out. It weat so low-at one time as to lose Its charter and become a prt.
The p population was thenr about 30,000. The traveling men ooked upon It
as a dead tow*. Lots I thte suburbs were seilng from 2.00A to 410.1
each, but tthb home. peoe* were loyal and had faith in their city.
HOW IS IT TO-DAY, with its mile of paed streets and ldewalks, Its
magnificent hotels, Its nid electric car system. Its beautiful realdence
secteetair- to -ve m frhon the court heus, with lotes slng from
6 to 6 a and a population nearIn 75,000, the home opespo
boost, the travwelng ma w ay Mobl Is an up-to-date prgresl.ive town.
The Cawthen Hetal and the New Battle Hoeuse, under the Hervey man-
agement Is practcally prfct, the city's growth wonderful.
WHAT WOD IT? Wtefworks, _eweraae, street pain& flrst-claeep e( o ..
accommedsta and pih, mere than anything else. IttI going to do tio-
nasmet Id br .Pon' gola. Watch ItL Mobile people know it and have in
vested M10410 so far, in Kupfrlan Park lets.,
We have an erganizatlon for the handling of real estate of all dbomtl-'
tions that Is hard to beat. We maintain a lurge force of export beVenjL.'
salesmen who ever tclly a part of the suth, and have god onl
North. East and West of the yOhio river. We want te get Inm tol wNl
owners of reel estate. We can lend yew meney at per sent an good real-
local banks. ., .
. Our apga40y l0t Ctyiabd suburban property, form, timber, and .turpen-
tin* -n E



Phone 979.

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MAst stages t .-A te toaIkde ad it is
entirely e to waste wad
a" o e ergy in putting
li'Nt^bItI p ldic a whit stronger
S Ma Is alremhdy t ae ..
lIb "Le Wl oay temab;, Ia fact, appears to
ee areMng fa the OWroper amount
7at. gth msias an planning work for
i ts exection. Ts ought to receive
=,1 Lg~st deal more real attention, in
e. -" --- A h A tM s hereof orebeen the
UMs appear to be the se Valuab6I Plans.
.. "- If tlpre apprap, be a lamentable
|lack Weatt qmp In some quarters,
MgM, A M the little, fortumately, Is satisfa-
Stm by at good linHe of local
080ir Who al Oready gone

.. .... i a .m t occurs obcasionally
M'A atnterested--when the sub.
rh idves tAe attention it merits.
L abe ina Peabb.l's diediealm en is
i'. f tod e. the pobiblUty of the
.M~ ,Btb.,ye lM Civic p, e n active in the
Sack to Mrlodis fight. eagues of
tat, th- i t. f_ sort ae. the most satisfactory ve-
Cl oa-f e. eae Irdes, in fact, with which to IntAnt
, g m lng t this matter, already of eo much urp-
g giafb ultim.esar. twa utetest to the average American
S, dribt. ner tznt today.
as. T re This as bees proven to the satis-
I* wi fi thfee who have watched the
Igle a k la Its expert awntal stages.
Se Civ" t ii iaeue might aecompiear
t *t *It lfa he S W e on& at the eatstart, in fact, by
iriy Jeatiti ?hteelt !f t this very mov*

hTis Is one of ibe very best plans
yet umbaitted.
Should the P aeol Civic League
work be directed sal the same lines
as those ot ma y ofthe larger cities one
atf hts dutle will assuredly be to see
that the right kind of pving is em-
9sked to make or reak the reputa-

momnowmbt is an.

a' I is-fes, Is e-
'.~ uon I*theb

Rickety, ancertain pav nt, or i
pavement at all, pVts a street,
ever otherwise attrasve iL *ar 9.
SM do in a he rastue -M:
ticity is not a thing to ,be si
desired in a city of Peaa' 4e
and size.
The simple life and its laa t i4
are all right In their i-ae-tAbl
If you dosY'tappen to want to
the real pace. If yo
however, you probably woald
have identifed yourself with a
Being a citizen of a w einpa i
Pensacola's size and iprtaa& b
bound to give rise to Its
feeling of pride and the veal
tion of living-and yow a m
experience It In one way or H W
A Clever Plan., -
A most attractive plan if ti
with Civic League work- f .a
has been recently submitted by a.
young man, whose vim and
Lacing him on the top Hlits of mJV ,
live booster.-- ",-.;.
"The Civic laIAe," be re
not long ago, whs the bja[' was
broached, "shooM riasolve./9lt .
series of indeaenent arfeet -
ations, the res4tM si humS
to be most sathafttjy iaS .M & rW
ly rivalry vidhwb qm< ( -'no-
ticeable among the t~ w MR
the city.
"For instance-Palatao atteet -is
being looked after by several of Its
residents-all of whom arez m~Wa f
of the league. Gadsden street i .also
-n the hands of residential me of
the same league. Each hustling ttle
aggregation of "city beautiful" bost--
ers vies with the other In placig Is.
particular street in a more attraptl.-
condition than the other. The Teiat
is a nearer approach to absolute per-
fection as to appedfance than.-ea l
possibly be gained in any other way."
The merits of his plan, of einue.'
are obvious.
As to Parks.
And there are the parks!
,Doesn't the opportunity simply stir
you as afforded in the nooks and
beauty spots and stunning energy in
which the primeval Pensacola Beau-
tiful quivers like a great dew Vearl
still unkissed by the suo god ft mod-
ern application?
Don't you fairly bubble over with
thp energy and interest which yc feel
in the work already, which I to slow



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t isn't the cost each week of tic actual work done on your collars, your abirts, your general "laundry
- --,O-n-.. It's the cost of g a collar, a shirt, or the like wxen you open "the bundle" and
S a tore plaited b-ma-n on your ir a saw edge collar, in fact-a piece of uuiatsfacto y work.
Or phone, tingles all day long with calls; "come and get my laundry." We hardly know what kick
is. Me u nMm, dstric supervishn'ver every piece of work, and close attention to detail-these are the
psimr BGecretse of Em-A uNce \




S It iwithmt a prior at the price and is an instru-
inapt excellent in tone, power, duraility and ap-
-i cg 'This piano install ed in the best
/liI In cmgsem toris and mumic blls in the land,
Sad is wll known and widely .e..mndhed by the

GET T With every CASM SET-
UIi1 5TT.RP 'IrUT Wiade our
LARMRY we ve a trans.rabl -mrtificate for
i. =he nt of the pFuchae ,and the pemon receiv-
hI or mcutn, catificates to the greatest value
b AUMGUST l1t, i90, receives the Piano.
I b wi be pemmsd to help you W u t piano
Nf you $4dt them before they have promsd to
hp ao one else. You wil be surprised how
^m s *s7tbyw web te t iwtheir work to dt laun-
,-y ,-"g away Oa e covq s andmad i s elp you
a.*Sh .pi"ano.
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a South Baylen

plyt hot tron to the wet paper aft
let it remain till the =moisture has
evaporated. After two or three appli-
cations the dent or braisa will die-
appear, the wood oace more havingg
a smooth surface.
Instead of using vaMfla to flavor
cup custards, boil half a dosen peach
kernels in the milk. This makes a
:pleasant variety from the ordinary
winter flavorings. If sherry is used
in the custard, add it after taking
from the stove. Otherwise it will cur-
dle. Put it in very slowly. A few
ralstas or currants ,!Ured into cus-
tards make a change that is much ap-
preciated hy youa_ eopl..
Buying olive oil bye alo is one
ease of ecoAmmy.
To cover the pan in which fish is
coOki*g will make the flesh soft.
Serving but two vegetables at din-
ner is am fashionable as it is econ-

Cheap cuts of meat can be served
palatably In stews and croquettes.
Perfume olive oil, wrinkled on li-
shelvs, will prevent m6od.aon

After trimming, turn the wick of
a lamp below the burner or the oil
will o6e.


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hu'au and O~iilrns
myN Specwaty.



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Telephone Talks

, 1 a l6 a- mp yo4 r duty -is plain.
*v't be out-doe by the ladic in the
at ot ea interests or
Co A.stitute y s whether. -you be
Sor woma 7he er, as a -com-
t .es of uw ht thigs just
, tnraly iput *eR ,Mnd of move
Va s by-the 1im-

of time, d put bie' ttle o4 town
ak 1herfeet for acw a call.
The sensatim wis be pleasant.
Going to try it acs't you?
If you aren't-wby, aren't you?
P& "aste* Li .
Mr-, John of 8 Highlsand
As.. Houlttn, i 'lae, says: "Have
ben troubled wfth a eoash every win-
ter aad spring. Iast winter, I tried
inay advertised 'remedies, bait the
O tooned til 1.bought a 50c.
b oai e:t. Dr.- New Discovery;
that w X=2f gone, the cough
ras.aIt ablh B. 8 water the same
happy result lias followed; a few
doees once more banished the annual
tough. I am nowr convinced that Dr.
King's' New Discovery is the best of
all cough and long remedies." Sold
under guarantee tall druggists. 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
The Journal delivered at
your door, 10c a week.

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Mud stains can be removed from On B ing Neighborly.
black cloth by rubbing them with a
raw potato.
irieo Ilemon pe-al sprinkled ov N E o( our subscribers by non-subscribers is an ev.
coal will destroy any disagreeab] n
odor about the house. recently ordered his tele- which we cannot control. It is
To make I-minous paslt, mix a phone taken out, ex- annoying to the subscriber, in-
small quantity of calciarm sulphid planing that his neighbors an- jures the service by placing am
.wkth ordinary white paint. Q ,. n X*
S npa noyed him so incessantly by unnecessary load on the switch-
. Paperhangers' paste is made by
adding a teaspoonful of powdered requests to use the telephone, it board and brings us no reveae.
alum to every pound 6f flour. had become a nuisance. When Then too, non-subscribers who
All Xkinds of wash iatarials in other people were not usinghis are not paying for service aw ,
polka dots are used for making col- telephone, he said, his wife or the hardest kickers when they
lars, cuffs and belts. The edges are'
trimmed with a plain material. either the servants were busy tiling experience the slightest
all white or corresponding with the messages to be sent to his neigh- venience or delay.
color of the polka dot. The tie will
be trimmed in similar manner. bors who were non-subscribers. We cannot ask our subucg-4-
A collar for wear with ra tailored Rather than appear unneigh- to be upneighborly, b.ut w v
suit is made after the style of a ruff. boely by refusing the use of his ask them to bear in mind e fat
ne -hd piece of ribbon is gather telephone, he ord d it out. that we are not to blame fr tdi
the ruching effect, and the second i The free use of the telephone bad results of this evil.
row of gathers outlines t'e depth' of -
the collar and makes a wider ruffle
that encircles the neck. It is ueces- _I_ n .r
sary to use a flue ribbon and a dou-
blhie row of gathering stitche-s., i .... J I
Select a pretty .piece of white net TI3 4M
and cut a strip one-half yard l'T "-. CO M M l,
and six inches wide. Hem it on all I *$'
sides and trim the two short ends -
with =arrow lace ruffles. Gather it l ,
th-rough the center and form three 19. -'
gathered loops on each side of the '_____......_____________
central line, making them in graduate --
depths, the central one, amattest; -
bring the ends out straight with the ed price for spot cot to la every me"
third loops. This makes a lace-like tion of the, -n.U 1, -- ..
bow -Wisa is very dressy with a lin- the selling seas.
en wst.i e "I ba.e this state.e lap .orts_ .
A lingerie collar of fine ucked ma- ,made to me by promise. t clai-als I l-ve the lasint --mI
terlal I, headed with a narrw ruffle the Farmers' UnaI With whom I OwS- dajuty-
o( the same goods. The collar i- a ferred in New OrleslO sa a-upo the GlT BOOKS
trifle higher at the back than the enthusiastic encouragement accod`'d BOOK. "
front, while the front is soimevthat me by the business men of tWe Cre- L ever "seernto AP i- at a.
hollowed beneath the chin. A narrow cent city. low, (or lower), as Nw
band of black velvet heads the collar "From present IndIcations, between
and makes a bow with standing loops one thousand and teen hundred del- ART
and three-Inch ends at the back. A egate.o from our oiT4fi*iW S will be Mii i 40 0- fl '
second band of narrow velvet edges in attendance, cov@erg tho 9moIt im-
the lower portion of the collar ani a portant *portions a te eCotton belt. . .
pendant piece falls from the upper and representing the majority of the
velvet band over the front. cotton growers, whose cooperation iS ^ TrM .
imperative in any movement for IL- Will regte h a t-
MEALS FOR A DAY. creasing the price of the staple. be toui at W1IrS Pr y I IT
Sunday, November 7th. "The Progressive Union ot New Or- and at his r eat .se k..
BREAKFAST. leans,' equivalent a t"te board of trade No. 4 .
Fruit. In the ordinary city, greeted me most _^
Cereal. Cream. heartily on my arrive, anLd ia I-
Codfish Croquettes. Potatoes. bers eagerly offered their id I Peallst. WN Aw -
Popovers. ing the interest. not p ly of t3e bt-*
Cafe au .ait. ness men of the hoen city. but as well oI fU .
DINNER. of" other importat CemUUIaItles
Oyster Sci.,. throughout the somth. w rMi a
Olives. Celery. "I can no lonWr 4dot frm the ex. gM T W""k,-"f-
Creamed Chirken and Green Peppers. pressios of the m pt1bpromt1 b1s- .LMve t-. 1--
Chopped Potatoes. Rice Croquettes. ness men of New le asaN thte :ot" a. m. ............... .
Baked Tomatoes. Lettuce Salad. commercial interests 9Of th eisft, the 7:6 a. .L...................
Spanlth Cream. Fruit Cake. largest bona fide eAttq Iia**t'l t :0 a. m. ...................
Layer Raisins. Mints. world, are anxious to co-opC h te a :45 a. m. ......................
Coffee. campaign for better prices SM .a a. m t................
Neutchat!e C(heese. they are ready to shw ih willi- a. an....................
LATE LUNCHEON. ness in substantial tWI'. 11.4 aI. I.. .................
Creamed Eggs. Muffins. '- "The railroads have Ioapted a .ate .. p.. us.* ..
Toast Trianglet. Olive Salad. of one fare. plus f.or wthe s p. m. :::h...............
Apple Whip. Nabilcos. round trip from evIery M to so !. mus .........******........
Tea. south. Tickets go eanI N W b N.V . .. U ................. ..
Sth. The Hotel Grewaw wUm 8. -..........a.
Ath.IZEHCAKEMAKER. n- -1 .1 0 at. only. 1,:46 p. Ow.-
A PRIZE CAKE MAKER. t~e headquarters of the U aPner' .Un- p. u9. 5:45 p. mA. L ~ .
Such is Blue Ribbon Vanill. Any ion during the coIt: asd us. :3 .-. Wa. ; .
bousekeerer can make fine cake if made a rate to _members sa hep -VI. 5 &' .7:1p us. 5
she uses Blue bbon Vanilla of $1.00 a day, eser et Is p. S S :Sa s OV4
14 .open to visitors j U 1. I. :20 i on
Not a 1Oc.igar for 5c, but -The city of hwe &e. ", .. -
a 5c cigar for 5c. That's -dere the lII efor the. -s %itMIL =
enough. The El Proviso Ci- gates will be a. .
gar-for sale at Imperial Cigar dng theMr Mfstay -gait-M.O.
Stores. amusements.- 'anon jse wil hue- -. -
-1 believe t t'his ontera fwei, sm beiP e f 4
the means of saving #1M5 ky Tin bAyt
II Ii 1i1eI tcreasing the price t.cottUil lftm the 1:1 W .
I I I- I present time unt a.tbI.b-om ea'ndvNM 0< "
/ ,l~lI lring sea.vao. Is noi tM, itg. ] 1W, p.' TallPs.8
L ri I U Utributed in every l
Industry, well we._ U V ear Pini o n""" :0&e, m.
inees men ge a I- car at :$ a. m., aaae n m
eration of m.annfct0lrea. e t at the wees r diw dee
COTTO TO fairs. public men,.tsactw wi l
/ II1 IIITO of men of activity IA ea Insteas o"3 I I 11 I I I S
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A single dollar eache1i ek adds to.your Your FtOe-Needs
home joys-.t buyt a-Buck's stove or on Ea
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This Solid Oak, Wire



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wide, 44 inches long, fine
r bevel dfrinch plate mirror,
elegantly finished, the lat-

is 6 feet high, 32
inches wide, with
ventilated ends,
a great value for
the money-

Only $7.00

$1.00 down, $1.00 per week

eat pattern,

wr $25.00

$1 down, $1 per week.

Smade for the price; weighs
pound. We have sold
tis mattress for year3"""H
ask your friends about i--

$1 down, $1 a week.

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F.roipoi~y S~

-nvenience js Beauty .
Stoves and Raogel.

Durability .-BuckV'e

that you have heard so
much about. Guaranteed
to hold any weight person,

$1 down, $1 per week.


42x42 inch top, 4
inch legs, will ex-
tend to 6 feet in
length, a wonder-
ful value-special
$I cash, $1 a week


Late .Design


in either golden oak
or ,Aho-gmy finish,'
extra finish, special
$1 down, $1 a week

This handsome imitation Cut Glass Set, consisting of one large bowl (9 inches across
49cr. top) ,and 6 smallonm (ke cut) similar piece. Sold everywhere per set for $1.00 and S c '
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This Large, Roomy .

An excellent library

$1 cash, $1 a week


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