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 11, 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: VID01237
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
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OF ICrAT; from WASHINGTON-Showers Wednesday and *mursday; Cooler Thursday; fresh south, shifting to rnrth, winds.
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United States Officials Get
Master Who Left His
Vesel in Ponscol,


Philip M. Springer, a Boston
Floist, Also in Custody,
and' it is Believed That
Afany Others Were in the
Plot to Lamnd.ahin e in
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'1ston, Mass. Nov. 10.-By the ar-
4mt 1 Capt. Harvey T. Daley of the
schooner fredde W. Altei, and Phil-
'p M. Sprf$aer, a Boston dorist, whieh
was sei-d it Pensaceola recently on
the gr that she was engaged in
Smugglag, the Ukited States okeers
of this.cty believe they have sue-
ceeded. n unearthing a big Chinese
smnggag schea. .Captain Daley
was arrested at 'hIs haome here by
Deputy United States. Marshal Wa-
ters. At the same time Philip Spring-
er was arrested by Deputy Ruhl. -"The
two men -are charged with .a conspir-
acy against the United States gov-
erument in trying to smuggle Chin-
amen Into the country.
It is believed by the government
offielals- that Daley and Springer are
not the only bnes included in the
plaa. but that shares had been sold
to several Boston people. According
to the govermn at officials the
scheme was to work in the following

Plan o a
Chinesa were to be taken on board



Crime the Usual One, and \ X
the Punishment Inflict- CAUSES DEATH OF SIX
By Associated Press.
ed the Same. : North Bay. Ontario. Nov. 10.
S-The steamer Temiskaming *
0- waa approaching a landing at *
Temlskaming at 6 o'clock to- *
Negro Assaulted a Young nig-nt when her boiler explod- *
White Girl Near the City, ed. wrecking the steamer and *
W it r ear the ity, causing the death of at least *
Was Captured and Jailed five persons by the explosion *
W or drowning.
to Be Removed by Mob in Several passengers and the *
crew were hurled into the wa- *
Broad Daylight and Then ter and many were injured. *
l- U^n- Six were badly burn-d and *
Hanged. several may die. Owing to
Sthe remoteness of the scene, *
details are lacking.
By Assessiatls Pred s.
Blloxi, Miss.. Nov. 10.-Henrx Lel-
day, a negro charged with criminal
assault upon Miss Eliza May Hauser,
a 15-year-old white girl, was quietly
taken from jail here today by several
white men, and hanged to a tree about
half a mile from town.
The negro accested the girl near
Back Bay this morning. and after I I
beating her over the head dragged
her into the woods and acecmplish-
ed his purpose.W
The girl recovered sufficiently to
crawl within calling distance of a
house and gave the alarm.
The negro was caught and brought I
before ier in the blood stained
clothes and positively identified. An
effort was made then fo lynch -aim, I
but the officers managed to get him A T
to the jail, from which he was taken At Session of Parliament He
later. All is quiet tonight. Was the Subject of Much

inn nu Ml f Censor For Freedom of

he schooner Alton at some Mexican Speech and Treatment of
w0rt and landed In the United States, U
ot t any Uulf 9ort, whica would nat- V l MI the Constitution.
u=a by be leoaely watched, but in Boe-
4t. where the officials would not | ||!1 In By Associated Pra.
be on the lookout for them. UUII I ili Berlin, Nov. 10.-Emperor William
Tweb'Ver Freddie W. Alton is I never has been so severely arraign-
*WW 'byoCaptaiAn J. Trainer, master W IL 11 1 wed by his parliament as he was to-
it .Ikmi ani ner Horace M. Blickford, day during a debate in ti.- retchstag,
' erred fte Altona to parties. n on terpallations concerning the coan-
'w I*. it sup d, were desati ed I1 I I versations published with the permis-
ftlidarLA i 11 lult lJl l- of the emperor in the.Ldn
e the vimeras charter.-were rpums- - The crittclsms of his mait's
ed Wh they learned of her sesare court, his ministers and his majesty s
n the They supposed she was treatment of the constitution, as well
In the far north.. He Stands 0. K. With as his freedom of speech. went to
Springer and Daley were brought lengths that astonished the observ-
before U. S. Coinisaioner Hayes this e Rep iblicrns, and Will ers acquainted with the traditional
afternoon. They were not represent- Again Be Chosen Speaker caution of the chambers in dealing
ed by counsel. Assistant United A with the personality of the sovereign.
States Attorney Garland a-ppeared for of the House--His Friends The emperor seemed to "nave no de-
the government, and he asked that fenders. Chancellor Von Buelow
the two defendants be held] until next Say the People Do Not made an address, but lacked his usual
Tuesday for a hearing. rThe commis- spirit. Prince von Buelow spoke sol-
aloner granted the request Corn- Condemn Him. emnly. The house received his ex-
midsalonr Bayes asked $5.000 bail planation in icy silence. The conserv-
fromn each of the defendants, which -atives representing large),v the land-
they had not secured up to a late By Assoclated .oes. ed nobility, were almost as relentless
hour. Washington. Nov. 10.-fnowing as the socialists.
Sagton. Nov. 10.-llowing Today's proceedings were regarded
THE VFS1SFT-IS the arrival in the city of republican by the most extreme liberals as the
members of the ways and means corn- beginning of a long contest between
ACROSS THE BAY mittee of the house for the tariff the crown and parliament that may
The- hoonei Alton. referred to In hearing and many other republican end'in Germany -aving a ministry re-
he aoone Alton, referred to in sponsible to parliament and not to the
the above telegram, is across the bay congressmen to attend to department- crown alone.
at the present time. She arrived here al business, the selection of the
several weeks ago under very mys- speaker of the sixty.first eingress was
serious circumstances, and at the un
first opportunity the master left. af- the subject of discussion in Wa'iing |
ter securing $100 from Saunders & ton today. None cf the arrivals car-
Company. ed to come out openly in opposition BL CCR
The local government officials be- to the re-election of Speaker Cannon.
Run an Investigation of the vessel,
and seized the log, which was exam- while members who have been closely
Lined and It was-found t-iat she had allied with Mr. Cannon during his oc-
spent about two weeks off the Mex- cupancy of the chair assert positive-
lean coast. Since then she has been ly that there will be no opposition to
libeled by members of the crew. him by tGe time the republicans meet
Advises from Boston last night in caucus.
.'were to the effect that a member of The defeat of Representative Edgar Preferred Death to Assassi-
the ship brokerage Arm of Rogers & C. Ellis, of Kansas City, Mo., J. P.
Webb had left that city Monday night Boyd. Edmund H. Hinshaw and Geo. eating the Present King
for Pensacola. w'iere he will endear- W. Norirs. of Nebraska, after they
or to straighten out the affairs of the had declared their opposition t-, the Emanuel.
vessel. speaker, is taken by the speaker's a.
friends a4 an indication that the peo-
BILL OF LADING. ple do not condemn Mr. Cannon. On
Chicago. Nov. 10.-Western rail- the contrary the Missouri district in By Asoctated Press.
roads -tave announced their Intention which he campaigned most actively Lisbon, Monday, Nov. J.-(via the
of adopting the new unfTorm bill of and where the republican candidates frontier.t-Alerrto Costa. a former
lading on the first of next month, fol- announced their preference for Mr. member of the chamber of deputies
lowing similar action on the part of Cannon, retired the deme.eratic con- and one of the most prominent repub-
Eastern roads on November 1. gressmen by electing the republicans. lican leaders, committed suicide to-
day. His act created a tresnendous
sensation and the police a'e conduct-
ing an Investigation.
Southern Physicians LargeSenor Costa wa a member o0 the
Black Cross society. which was involv-

Numbers Meet 'in Atlanta of ingth Carlosnd rown Prince
Luit. It is believed that this society
selected Costa to kill the present
By Associated Press. Much of the time of the opening King Manuel and that Costa preferred
Atlanta. Ga.. Nov. 10.-The second session today was spent in prelimi- to kill himself odeed vomiting the
annual convention of the Southern naries and it was late before the deed.
aMedloal Association began in this city physicians got down to medical topics. NEW YORK CLUBWOMEN.
today. Physicians representing every The convention for working pirr- OMEN-
tpart of the south were in attendance poses was divided into three sections. Utica, N. Y.. Nov. 10.-Upon the
w-hen Owvernor Smith, of Georgia, those on surgery, medicine and on register of the Braggs Hotel today ap-
made the address of welcome. ophhalmolog., pears the names of some of the most
famous women of the country, gath-
ered here to attend the fourteenth an-
OH Wells Abandoned After nual convention o lthe New York
O l Wells Abandoned After State Federation of 1Women's Clubs.
Peace, arbitration, equal rights and
OUt y of fal a Milion la Socialism are some of the most im-
of Half M ll n Dollaortant subjects od the program.
which will extend through four days.
y Assocated Proesm Millions of dollars nave been l.t DEPART NT O MINES.
Mexiote qy. Mex.. Nov. 10.-After a;s a result of the fre, two men ha-e Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 10.-A derl rt-
an outlaw 4' *etpe4n $400,000 and been suffocated by the gases and fifty ment of mines, with a cabinet offleer
$500.6 In &"v e meavor to control soldiers use in fighting the fire ana at its head. will be demanded by thet
S- later to build an embankment to hold Americar. Mining Congress at its see-
the burning Dm eoPeas oil wells. Pear- the oil are in the hospital W s a result sion to be -hea In this city earsy next
son & eons hai d ilda -t abandon of the poisonous gases. Vegetation month. The bill for such a depaet-
the oil wells altoatber. Thb oil is for miles around has been destroyed meat has already been introduced and
towing at the rate g1 l- aad many families in the neighbor- is now on the calendar of the United
lai" ay. oodI a re suffering from swollen Ulnie. States senate for third reading.




Col. C6opie Formerly
Close Fiends.


Mrs. E. W.ACarinack is the
Prosecutor against Robin
Cooper--R ins of the
Former Uifid States Sen-
ator Takew- Columbia
For Buraal-Ulany Mes-
sages Rece d in Nash-

By Assea.let Pres.
Nashville, Tend., 10.-Messages
by wire and by R fIMi various sec-
tions testify to tl iindm sen&a-
tion caused th o the state aind
the South by the Itng o0 tormner
Senator Edward rmack by X.oung
Robin Jones C j a street diiL!
here late yesterday afternoon. Ca.r-
mack's brilliant Cr as a U1nited
States senator' Tennessee hart
made -him one 41- |best known of
national figures. nel Duncan '.1
Cooper, father of. Robin Coope)r.
and who was son when the
duel occurred 1 extensive t--
quaintance and ion of tri-ilds
both in his ow d various other
Distress a Business.

Carmack's race i
Democratic seaatq
defeated by Senat
and his more rece
ernorship, in whJ4
by Governor Patd
to draw his follow
closer to him and
spread dlttress -
them. It is f ar
trouble is not
is sure to playr-
political aliaMeX1
mack's' rocet
to 10 fever "-

e-nomination as
Which he was
*ert L. Taylor,
ce for the gov-
r was
, have servl
in the state
'tragic tend has
Htmes; among
come that the
ed and that i:
In the -owing
Search of Car-
e feeling ran
.. M o

factor. But f i hrabMp s' 'eeA re
placed by enmity which was more'
noticeable since Carmick become edi-
tor of the Tennesseena, following the
Democratic primary. .Then the edi-
torial attacks began which culminated
in yesterday's killing, which sent a,
thrill through Tennessee.
With constantly increasing crowds
about it, and in the neighborhood, :h~
-body of Mtr. Carmack lay where h-
fell for half an hour before it was re-
moved to a funeral undertaking estab
lisbment. There it was prepared for
burial and then removed to the home
of Frank Lander. business manager o01
the Tennesseean. Today at 10 a. m.
the body was taken to Columbia,
Tenn., for Interment.
Mrs. Carmack at Nashville.
.Mr. Carmack was married at Co-
lumbia and had made that his home
until he went with the Tennesseean.
Mrs. Carmack had not yet become a
resident of Nashville. Although almost
prostrated, she came down lIst night
and returned home with tne remains
this morning.
After the shooting the Coopers re
paired to the near-by office of a phy-
sician, where young Cooper's wound.
which Is slight, was dressed and he
and his father were placed under ar-
rest. The wounded man, under thP
charge of an officer, was take to a
hospital and spent a qtiet night. Early
this morning he is reported as rest-
ing easy. Colonel Cooper was rake::
to police headquarters and after a
long conference with his attorney.
James C. Bradford. and a few other
friends, he retired and was soon
asleep. At an early hour this morning
his sleep was unbroken.
Warrants Issued.
Two warrants were sworn out
against him. one "accessory to mur-
der" and the other "carrying a pis-
tol." Tn the first instance the prose-
cutor was Mrs. E. W. Carmac;: in tho
latter it was the mayor and city coun-
cil Colonel Cooper gave his occupa-
tion as that of a farmer.
Colon-I Cooper accepted tho sirur.-
tion calmly. His only regret a.-idIe
from the killing seemed to be th;tt
his son was engaged. Once or twice
he seemed somewhat affected and otb-
served that the shot was meant for
him and not for his boy. Ho was
eastilv reconciled to his condition. on-
,erving once or twice that lie was a
soldier in the Confederate a'my. and
bad spent more ;Iian one yrar in a
Federal prison.
The Weapons.
In the doctor's office Colonel Coop-
er turned over his revolver, none ot
the chambers of which Iad beer
emptied, to Sergeant Reid. Robin
Cooper turned his revolver over to
Patrolman Vaughan and one empty
shell dropped out of the magazine
when it was unbreeched. It was an
automatic magazine revolver and it
was not known how many shots had
been fired, but it was thought that
an examination would show three.
Two hamabers of the revolver of Sen-
ator Carmack were empty.
Only two statements were made by
young Cooper while in the physician's
office. One was. a request to his .
(Continued on hird Page.) I


active to a most laudable degree, will
be of interest to loc-al who are
interested in this pet proposition of
many Pensacola people.
The Letter.
Monticello, Fa.. Nov. 7.
Mr. Goerge Bruce. Bagdad Fla.
Dear Sir: I have r.'ceived
vour petition asking concr'-.s to make
an appropriation to deepen the chan-
nel h.t:weeti Bagdad a,..l Pensacola.
You can rc-t assured th--t I w:1l do
alh in mny power to have ii.s work
done. as I know how ',iuch it is
needed by your section oi ?the state.
and of what great wen,-fr it would
he to l~th Pensacola and Bagdad.
I hope to be in your section soon.
and want to become beT,. r acquaint-
ed with your Neople. and know fully
the needs of your section. I will get
to work early in my term and will do
all in my power to bring about the
result you all so much desire.
I am. very traly your-.
Mobile. Ala.. Nov. 10.-Scottish Rite
Masons of the Valley of Mobile, Or-
ient of Alabama, convened here today
for their eleventh reunion. A ses-
sion of four days has hben arranged.
during which all the de-rems. from
the fourth to the thirty-s--cond. will,
be conferred.,

MORSE MUST REMAIN The Success of the Big
Thanksgiving Event is


* * * ** e Will Not Be Allowed LAW REQUIRES
S By Associated Prom.
Paris.Nov. 10.-The quest ion of the Appealed Case.
arising between France and Commissioners Met Last
Germany over what has come *
to be known as the Case Night and Passed Upo*
Blanca" incident, arising out Court Says That the Million-
of the arrest by the French the Event Favorably, Pro
authorities of G.ri*an .le.-t- aire Could Easily Furnish vided the Owners of Ma-
ers from the French FI'rein 4 p,, vided the Owners of Ma-
Legion. will be referr-d to a Any .Bon, Seek Foreign chines Pay For Deputy
court of arbitration. Th.- a.rt'ev- Lands and Could Not Be Sheriffs to Guard Road.
menit also provides l hatr he sheriffs to Guard Road.
country whose agents are at Extradited.
fault shall make. apology io Permission was granted by the
the other. board of county commissioners at it
By Associatea Press. meeting held last night to the promote
______New York, Nov. 10.-The United ers of the automobile race to use thU
States Circuit Court of Appeals today county road from Pensacola to Flemm
refused to order that Cha-. VW. Mors. ton for the event, and the sheriff will
be, given his liberty on tail pending be notified to furnish a sufficient Bum-
an appeal from the decision of the her of deputies to guard the course a
circuit court convicting him of mak- the day of the race. The law requl~
ing false entries and .aisapplying that the sheriff must be aotlled tan
r nds of the -National Ba-ik of North days previous to the holding of sueA
COTTON M EIET ninotnAmerica. an event and it shall be bes duty .a
.J udge Hloug& gave as his reason an occasion of this kind to take s
for not admitting Morse to bail that methods- of safeguarding the publSe
1h, case is not an extraditable one. as may be, deemed necessary. He
and itwouldheeasy for Morse to fur- as the power to a lt ma
nih ailthrough a bondin company, deputies as he may deem necessary,
a the prisoner is worth $22,000,000. who shall leve b per da by thefor st
Morse iln an affidavit presented to the services and hall e aid by the as
Judges of | l e United StatIs Court of ties under whose auspices such od
AMM PHIal yesterday t denies e is t event is -held. He also rs the power
Aamillionail rday, dto rope in any section of the course
he may see it In order to prevent ac-
Seven States Were Repre- cident to Ipersons not engaged in the
sented at the Conference, TI rThe motion to grant the perna ion
Which Convened Yester- to the promoters of the race w made
day--Many Advocate the e by Mr. Roberts. Mr. Davis votin
day-Many Advocn a thel no. All the members the board
Holding of the Crops and were present a M r. Merritt presided.
Forcing Up Prices. To Investigate Pension.
e y s Associatea re .boardtt C. T. Periy, whoe applica-
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 10.-Seven t I on for a pension was approved at 1
southern states were repre.sened at former meeting of the board, hal not
the opening today of the conference been a resident continuously in thc
of growers, merchants land others Fs On state of Florida for ten years. he bav-
whose interests are aHied with the ing _emoved from this state on _ev
growth and market 'of cotton,. call- oral occasions. The matter will be
tOIL: .. -up wiMh the. ensl&o board.
.n Wick of t he prietn jB M. p Gonalez offered to pay
op a n IPolitics Will Be 'the Sig ilal b ino =at re pan
cuss the present donward teency $3 p day to t
eggs _;. t price o1r the -taple, and f9 bS cuty's rad roller. His prop
the recent widespread -operatikn of IOn -When a R esoltdn p s as n ab t d .
the so-called "night riders.' as a rem- toGtuThe wfg awplicatftOas for pe
edy to present conditions. Offered to Get Actively In- stone were approved: W. Campbell.
The keynote of the conference. as Mike PauI. e cH. w banks, Mrs. L
brought out in several addre ses and to the Game. J. Baker and G0o. Curtis.
di-cussions today, is that the dele- The notary bond of R. P. Sto& I
gates are strongly in favor of bold- minor, was approved. The govel!or
ing back -tae balance of the present By Assoclated Press. who issued Stout's notary certificate
crop. manarketing it gradually front l)fnver. Col.. Nov. 10.-The Ameri- will be Informe@ that the applicant
month to month. and thereby hoping (.an Federation of Labor opened the has not reached the age of 21 years.
to enhance the price. Revolutions second day's session of its twenty- The bond of N. B. Cook. as srperin.
to this effect have been presented by eight ti annual convention by listening tendent of public instruction. was ap
a committee. to the report of the executive council, proved.
President Hlarvie Jordan, in his ad- The appointment of the committee on W. T. Earnest and S. N. Gay ower
dress. urged ten c-nts as the miuni- rulo and order of business and the given permission to carry a pistol..

ed that by concerted action the price committee. dance Thanksgiving night. The band
could be forced to th! s figur, before The president then announced that, agrees to give 10 per cent. of the pro-
the close of November. Ilo advo- the convention was open for business epeds to the Pearl Eagan (*rphan
cated the formation of a chain of and the reception of resolutions. Not Home.
warehouses. whose receipt a would be a few resolutions have already been An offer from City Clerk Aymard to
accepted as collateral f),- short-time sent to the secretary and those were sell the county a number of old cells
loans. He denounced "night riding." referred to the committee on resolu- taken from the city jail was refused,
tions. as the county has no need for them.
According to the institutionn reso- Claimed Damages
ln rious can be introduced from the A communication from Jmes H.
floor up to the cloie of the session Jones, asking that the board Ipy him
on Thursday afternoon. All these reso- $6 for damages to his bugy wThil
he goi le lutions will be sent to the committee passing over the county road a et lgnt,
O| Geor I EA ofroport them to the convention from raeltvediand faled. H4 cmedto n than
time to time during the sessions. the road was being repaired gand t
One resolution which will come up the obstructions were ,not flagged.
ON CHANNEL IDEA 'or dis usslon is expected to skgailly "Bud." Safron appeared before the
tthe Tentrance of the Federation nto board for the pu of being inform-
polics. the cause of a prolonge ll disoubt- ed bow to proceed to obtain a reward
Expresses His Views onle sse he cause of a prolonged di- for the arrest and prosuton of two
posed Deepening of Chan- PIONEER IOWAN DEAD. He was Instructed to file hisb claim
nel Between Pensacola and Cedar Rapids. Ia.- Nov. 10.-John
Bagdad. 1. Henderson. a pioneer business RAILROAD CONVENTION.
man and politician of this section, Milwaukee. Wia., Nov. 10.-Railroad
The following letter, just received died last nizht. aged 89 years. He men from all over the country are in
by George Bruce, of Bagdad. from served eight vears in the Iowa state attendance a tthe conveutiol of the
Hon. Dannite H. Mayas. with regard senat.-. .lr. Henderson was a native Roadmasters' and Maiateasnce o1
to the deep),ning of the iannel be- of Tenns-,oe anli a brother of General Way association, opened in this city
Iween Bagdad and Penisa.eola. a pro)- T. .I. e ,nderson. today.
position in whih Mr. Brui, has been

Peonage Cases Called For

Trial in New York Court

By Associated Press.
New York. Nov. 10.--The cases of
alle'z,'A peonage in the building of
IH n ry M. Flailer's Florida East Coast
railroad, which have be-'a pending
in the United States coart of this
district for ne'arl-l two years. were
put on trial t"day before .l-dge Hough
in the United States circuit court.
It i- learned that the government ha.

nearly t-ree hundred witnesses,
many of whom, it is alleged, were in-
duced to go to Florida by misrepre-
After the selection and swearing of
the- jury, counsel for the government
declared that three thousand men in
1905 were forced to work on Flagler's
railroad. "ThesO men." he said "were
held there in slavery."

Commission Allows High

Rates on Tombigbee Railroad

Specla! to The JournaL
Montgomery. Ala.,. Nov. 10.-The
Alabama railroad commission has al-
dowed the Southern Express com-
pany to put in rates on the new Tom-
bigbwe Valley railroad that are higher
than those of the state schedules.
This grew out of tfe fact that the

road. being new, is allowed a rate
that is higher than the express com-
pany. This is a new road, taking tis
Chatom. the new county seat o
Washington county anid running tnca
Choetaw county, which, ap to a year
ago. iad not a single enterprise thaS
could be classed as a public servjgM

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Teo~ do not* aan t. e..awei... s Tickets Fpr the Election Metropolis Ushered in tive Does Not Want to
b oran G& W A f hTheor ht Class, To-Morrow. With a Flourish. Encourage Them. On account of engaging in other busin
having *peOi actob J i 7 rmt and in---e-' W- e:
a the tI d oni the A special meeting othehe Board speal to 1b JornaL. After a session lasting just ten min- owing tO the limited time we have to close
mfe ln paemie]be *nin t-B pplf MO# t Powerufl jlf Af ny of County Commissioners was hell New York, Nov. 10.-National Horse uates, during which a communication
e min u m Avir Constructed For the yesterday morning, when ballot box- Show week, which marks the openingnfrom Mayore bring was ou rad and large stock of dry goods, Clothing and F
T2i is no siet to e. es were prepared .for the special, bond of the social season in the metropolis, it regular meeting to next Tuesday *
bt the combination. and ppot Aiman Navy. election to occur tomorrow. was inaugurated with a flourish today evening, says the Jacksovil Times- we have ths day sold the ntire stock t M
which make Hood Sar uf a.m -- esahesto naductrthe election were and there is every prospect that the Union. Tqis action wa taken on
not known, e to m i in eac of t twenty-fourth annual exhibition motion of Councilman oone. McMillan. For the purpose of taking stock
btein hles the -sew y y eW o Qinucy, Mass., Nov. l.-alhe most boxes. and those not for use in the Madison Square Garden will be the dobt, wish to out in the eto har apartments will be closed Wednesday Thur
bette rsul fees a t than po-iftrhui addition to the n of the city were shipped out by-express classiest in the long history of the Na- the returns from the general election.
Sg, I Sdla. S otmr tu theiti otom haallan ovrrset the country aeirap1byPe
S s iosUnited States ever treel and The polling placmmiionel tional Horse Show Association. Horses Council was called to order prompt- Friday.
Itls s am gtwis.O P America's first all big gun ttlesip, same for this election as before and hess fom all over the elbcountry a re in readim tli- o'cly by President Morris Sigera
e .nb ail m emla and North iota, was su&cesily those who were qualified to vote in will be carried out during the week. found to be present. On miotion, the
ass, tdyihatt i launched today from the yards of the the general election of last week are though the of boxes was not readingof the minutes was dispensedart nt will be open
u0 uuiseginOnaldehiYomdidei F'bre River Sbipbatdlng company. qualified to vote In the election to- asthugteorn
01-21 With the foam of the christenin~g morrow. While there has been but uccesful as in past years, the with, and the suggestion was imme-
ope b r askr th e. winis team o her ite mo owitle tVhle a tthere a b t general attendance promises to break diately made that adjourn aient be or- and the business continued at the same loc
.X@ Z~p0/'rOp n ow tndn her boU.tes little talk about t3e '85u?, It is be- all records, and the social leaders of dered to some future day.
wil by a tday nad th e fromM the battle smashed by- Miss lieved that there will be a large vote, the and will be out I e. Ared President Slager however, stated which place all accounts due the firm will b
Amosw itZ n3T1A to y. ta, an under the watchful e otountry G. Vanderbilt paid the top price for that a matter of importance waS to
Sold ia n iob sal 5=1.rm ora inGovernor John Burke, of the state his old box, No. 13, which was knock- be pre-ented that could not be post.
ebool tb aS ldfrw which she was named the North NE nR Wl ed down to him for 300. Inprevious pone. It ps a letter fro Mayor We wish to thank the public or e li
0 imi O0 DDollar. Dsakta Seated of into the basin years Mr. Vande paid as Sebring, and he asked the council to
ab t s r m weta bmuch as $60_r eek hr b ox. defer adjournment for a short time. tronage accorded us in the past and bespea summer she will be turned No E C u W OM AN At this week's show the number of Mayor's Veto Message Read.
er to the government for accept- classes is 125, as against 132 in 1907, Recorder Ackerly then read the fol-
.amcean,,rf she |. test, will four competitions having been elimini- lowing communication from the may- M Millan a continuance of ame.
enililEfrllllm o in u Mext September. a11 from the hackney division and or: .
ilWm ul!U OTUUNlth DoaIs loked nby l n t r three from the diisia or trotters. Hon. M. H. Slager. President of the
.aval experth as .estditling uo Breders of light hd eavy harness City Council, Jacksonville, Fla.-My
epo, p^ l^h la naval construction. horses have not -. these di- Dear Sir: I herewith return to you
/1t I Em TICATE/ O De adnought Typ e.^ visions very well of years, and in bill No. J-83, entitled "An ordinance
Of readnought Type. cutting down its Ls the essoci- to encourage the giving of fall festi-
When the great prow of the new Money Loan Case Termina- nation has done away with the' cham- vals and regulating and providing for
IT t: Sl1iE batlesbip North Dakota struck the wa- pionship prise ot'f$4 for tiottiug stal- the issuance of certain licenses to
terms of Fore River. where she was tes in Acquittal For the isns, the classes s 1 trotting bred do business during the fall festival," I
., a iauncamed, the United Staten navy re- brood mares and earllngs, and all without my approval, and I respect-
Be_.k r IT iU I eved formally the bulky body of classes for hackney wle.s, as wel as folly veto the same for tCie following ToteP p e oPesa an Eb
Board of Health Has R pe-"im frt -hting ship of the so-calied Defendant. for yearling and two-ye-old stallions .and other reasons: To the People of Pensacola and Esca bia Co
Dreadnought class. Incidentally, a The competition for half-bred stal- At the time of the passage of the
qUlsted Him tO'L UIp "new record for speed in the fAst stage lions has likewise disappeared from bill, several members of the city
of battleship construction was estab- Kate Davis, the colored woman the prize list, leaving twelve classes council, who voted for its passage., avig purchased the entire dry goods,
Matter f Dof eit' lisbed, Inavnmuch as only 282 work- -who was arraigned in the criminal less than heretofore for -breeding stated from their seats on the floor
ing days have been employed from court yesterday morning upon the stock. of the council chamber, that they vot- and shoe departments of W. J. & B. For
Ut3ala. the time of laylg the keel until the charge of resisting arrest and a.sault- In the division r i Ble horses two ed for it with tCe understanding that
day of the launching. Ing a deputy sheriff, was acquitted new classes for women have been add- I would investigate the responsibility stores will be closed Wednesday, Thursday
SAs the maoive bull of the North by a jury yesterday afternoon. The ed to the list and the class for cobs of the persons in interest, before
Dakota stood upon the ways ready case grew out of the woman borrow. ihas been abandoned. A new class for signing the bill, and would veto it un-
The method of supplying drinklg for launching it presented none of ing some money from a mosley loan harness horses is open only to owners less I was notified of their responsi- day, in order to take stock and mark down g
'water to Ske pupils of the public the warlike appearce 'of the finish- irm. who -have never won a ribbon at any ability.
mhools of this city e bees beSir tedht tteip SaTe for a few te.t- Charles pnd James Johnson, charg- of the association's previous ehlbi- Failure to Comply. the greatest slaughter sale of these mnamnot
omrary flttitgs;, the decks were bare ed with killing game out of season, tions. As the parties in interest apparently
to the attention of the city- te of a lacked t U martial aspect sup- were fu'ind guilty as charged. Her- Among the special pries offered is could not give satisfactory assurances ever offered to the public.
health and at a meeting Oa that Mrd pled hby the great guns and second- man 2McVoy for train riding, was fined one by F. Ambrose Clarkftor thorough- that they would put the city to no ex-
held Monday night the matter was re- ary batteri@s, WIta are to be in- $1 and costs or to serve 20 days, breds suitable to becaee hunters. An- pense, and would have the streets
erred to Mayor Goodimaa w, will stalled later. Even the great boll- while Pred Scroggins and C. Walker other, offered by AlTfwg G. Vanderbilt, used in good condition at the end of The sale will begin Saturday mori g,
take the matter up with the. school era of the fighttan ship had not been were fined $1 each for contempt. is for pairs of &itad delivery the carnival, I informed them t'aat I
sataorities. A report of thi. matter installed, to acoordance with the us- wagons. ". would require them to deposit with and the lic will tthe benefit of
ulbUbed Tuesday mtoraain ssM that ual custom of construction, and as a anada comes ring with a the city the sum of $150. to be usedt, pu
SGooman reported to. t b part of the reparations for tie larger string tha: leda seen for if necessary, by the board of public .
that system of pplylaunching pffy little tugs were in some years, and -e very works to repair any damage to the pri
tg a. n eg. wtper the pua was waiting to warp the gigantic yet help- interesting exb hrses. public property, and to protect the
in use to Isoe of I c soods. *The less .craft alongside the pier at the lT E S In general the 1i .t "tries is& city against loss, before I would sign A M McMIL
mayor will investigAt e reports yard. about the same the ordinance. This they have not
-made to'-the ,board 4cea"a g this Before the conclusion of the 34 1-2 I T The hunter c ~I.l mag- done, nor have t'aey given any other
aater. months allowed by the government '. I gently, and number satisfactory evidence that they will
for delivery, however, the hull launac .Ioff entries h The save the city from extra expense on
W ed today will t a different as- L I harness c 'sss- _a d bring their account. These. and other rea-
pect.. By t et ten p-inch, _____ forward Sam aeew the Gar- sons, move me to veto the ordinance.
leg range riles v~i have beenplaee- den that *av6 a proved their Respectfully submitted. dried million of dollars
ed to position, a* well s forteen Crawled Under Seat of 1 n mettle at tle ario summer shows. W. H. SEBRING, Mayor. sugar, and that sugar
OWSHll rapid e ; four wled 3 pouUnder eat f un- The big jump is,. oevr, in women's November 3, 1908. M from ane including t
TI and a ke mberof one-ound se saddle class. The saddlers are The president then ordered roll call, cane, for about one-hal
automatice guns: two 3-ich field away Electric Car and to be so numerous tl year that thereand the veto of Mayor Sebring was U U lodlcetIrombeeS
pieces, two machine guns of 50 call- may be promised exceptional compe- sustained, every member present vot- ing sugar beets and
F i P ILL bre; and two 21-lach'submerged tor- Escaped Injury tuition. There are two new saddle ing for "ao" on the motion to pass sugar therefrom in s
pedo tubes. T7is constitutes the act- classes for women and these have fill- the bill. western stateshas be
lye armament of thfe battleship. Pro- ed capitally. Councilman Nooney then moved to profitably, and that the
Stectie armor to the extent of about specia; to The JouMr1. The breeding classes have notably adjourn to meet Tuesday, Novemberr manufa
"o e weight inches, will cover every avail- Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 10.-A moth- dwindled in size, however, and prom- 10, and this was unanimously carried. west have purchased la
Yo-a--d.WI 'He r Iable spot which might be reached by er's love for her baby and rare pres- se very little Interest. Very few glades and are now 1m
an enemy's guns. ad as a result of ence- of mind saved Mrs. M. V. Avant, hackneys are to be shown. It is an- Governor Broward Tells of already uying seed ca
Yesterday and termnn- the recent naval conference, many of 601 Palmetto street, this city, ana nounced that unless there is a consid I have good grounds fo
minor details of additional protection her infant cd from injury, itf not era revival of interest in the bed theory Begreat devel
4d Rightful Owm will also be added, death, yesterday afternoon. Ing classes before next year's show tUUNAe Irea Wor ig future.
_ 510 Feet in Length. Mrs. Avant and a number of other they will be eliminated and more pop. Premise of Pro
-- h Fen placed in commission the passengers were riding on a Highland ular classes established n their stea Done There. "L Premise Pesort to
A omplicate.d cam in -whch .the North Dakota will be 510 feet in car which sped down the steep hill ever oneadre have, w- Regardi th ress of Governor omets that will lad
ed States Co Cown isotner S&to same points The lengthover all will into the pseent on iecatur street -fen entered, among them being se- irospectie sales of reclaimed land, P for thirty years t
yesterday. "i Jh"y, ,, .J Wte, a me- be about 518 feet, S inches. The bat- some lity yards 'below. In f ts descent ergl from the Br Bureau of the --- roetie sol l es oinervi mew ve n de
rine stationed ath PeM 4ot tvy tishp will have a displacement of anumer pas er we thrown bred saddle hores there are nANY OF THE NEWLY ELECTED Tampa Times on the occasion of Gov e ithth Uaodwa
fruit TOerchat tt cty for orgtal British Dreadnought. It is ing hay injured. mn a e re nhow me MEMBERS OF CONGRESS of considerable. Interest: ifrom foreign
S w eoe gaut Anmk reos .l alone FAVOR MOVEMENT. "As regars I will say 180 he omutptofg
after buying the watch he was power will exc 25000. Unlike her down between the seats of the ca, BIG NEGRO FAIR. Chicago, Nov. 10.-The next con- lands at the prices offered, and though i te e
treatment H. tiled to make prompt now under construction at Newport Her example was followed by Mrss Mobile, Ala.. Nov. 10.-Acceptances strongly In favor of measures for the what we would like to receive, the low- sugar $1,800,000,000. Ii
payineats to Proctor and when the News, Va., the North Dakota will be Mary Miller, and these two women have been received from prominent conservation of the national resources e prices paid were more tan four In thirty-two years as
ter visited the city he located the fitted with Curtis turbine engines. In- escaped wth a shakingg up, while the negroes all over the country who willl judging from the replies from the new times as much as was ever before paid more than was receive
watch in the possession'of te Greek cluding officers, te crew will mum- infant was unharmed, attend a mass meeting to be held in congressmen which are now pour- tor Everglades land before the drain- se pf he
whom he preferred a charge aatst bher mlte than 00 men. It is esti- One negro boy was thrown eight this city week after next when plans ing in from all parts of the country to age work began, and the average price ouldty theowr ner
tin the recorder's court. Tihe Greek mated that when formally taken over yards, but landed on all fours and will be iade for a National Negro the headquarters of the Conservation paid per acre has been about seven bananas of the wesi
proved that the watch was pawend to by te governmentt. the North Dako- escaped injury. Of theo negro women Exposition, the first in the history of Leage of America in this city. Out times as great as was ever paid be str
him by White and he ws sa ta wll have cot at least $7.000.000. sent fto the hospital one is said to the race. Governors of all the state. of a total of 28 letters sent out re- fore. The trustees have avoided sell- sugar msey in
ied by wRe order Johnson. seal Contract price of he hull and have suffered a fractured skl, wth a considerable negro population questing approval of conservation ing any greater acreage of land than the people of that stat
The Greek then swore out a war- a ery aloe being 4.377.00. Mss Mary E. O'Brien was thrown have appointed distinguished negroes principles only four so far have met they found absolutely necessary to h o siler a
rant for the arrest of White before Altaough the American battleship against an upright and severely to -come here. It is proposed to hold with refusal, meet the needs of the drainage work. "ofhtlet golmiver
the United States enmuaistoner and onstructUon record is broken by the bruised. Other passengers were buro the big fair in the fall and winter of Support of the movement seems to as they will by The 1st of December usme c
yesterday afteraoon the case was dis- North Dakota's builders, it does not either from being thrown trom the next year. be equally divided among the RepubH- be able to sell -lands behmd the opaid ou? me mhi
placing the Cowathioner Stokes by iy avy in tha t od the B parts of its framework. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE, can and Democratic candidates, indi- dredges for twenty times its former eao1,d suatha we -have
.. ... .. te watch In the possession .y I the construction of the T i-,,.-,,.rn, -.,hi,,h *i aint eating that the issue will continue to price, and by this means the neces- faw. iwi #,,

ol' \%lte, who will pay a balance of Brslt reaanougnt. The keel of that occurred i one tha is fast be ng Belle Dudley, -colored, residing at be non-partisan in character. The sity for selling ahead of the dredges heat our or
$9 on the original purchase price to vessel was laid in July 1905, and on famed for such. On the descent cars 307 South Baylen street attempted line-up of congress on this question will be avoided and the land saved. at r, or be
Proctor. White also paid the Greek October 2. of the same year the ves- have to cross another track and it fre- suicide last night by drinking land- last winter was very close and some "Since the middle of June we have tors shipped abredor
then he we the watch. -- later the ship had its exactly a yendardiz a- quently happens that much dirt h inum. City PhyslcianmBruce was call- bills, such as the Appalachian reserve sold about 130.000 acres of land. 27,000 ee e o
*wen he pawned the watch. ton trial. It had its standard that the accumulated thereon. This causes the ed and treated her. measure, were birried in committee. acres to one firm to be used for sugar found
tion trial. It is expected that the This winter will see a marked change cane culture, and more than 6,000 I
CARTS OPERATED North Dakota will be ready for its car to leave the track, and if it i go- in attitude in both house and senate, acres to another man to be used for .
first trial trip about the latter part ing at anything like speed, an acci- declare officers of the League, while the same purpose; and I knr of pri- _,
ON MANY STREETS of Auguns, 109althoa entowmanathescondtance both dere alrer eeived wh i ng th e last six ont ounting
plREETS Agst. 1909. although the actualos- the next congress, as snown by the vate sales of Everglades land made
Placing the hattleship into commis- the motorman and 'the conductor, J. a. returns already received. will show a during the last six months amobiting
The two city sprinkling carts ate Sion may be delayed. Harwell and M. C. Reeves, respective- Jackson decisive majority in favor of conserva- to more than 400,0 acres. CR ClSI
Now operated on Palafox street from To Captain Cbhrles J. Badger. . ly. stuck to thelr, car and escaped un-cSquare RCIS
the wharf to Wright street and N.. recently superintendent of the na- hurt. comef of the election Tuesday. "Tho oruWtees D will en hve .in
thence east to the union depoL. All val academy at Annapoli% Md.. will First reports had it that a nm ber In many districts both Republican operation, in addltion to the two
cross-streets, with the exception of go the honor of being the first con- had been killed. Themeo-reportscausedCdged chatic congressmen have dredges t]hew b b the to
West and Tarragona on the east, are "Dreadnought" of the United States TO ENCOURAGE IMMIGRATION. "Is pleasing millions pleaded themselves in support ot pa Foundry and Machine Works, one
coveredd by the sprinklers. Intersect navy. th movement. MiNCOUAETON. Poindex- o pleasingwhich is to be launched this aftermllions
g streets south of Zarragosa are R T A New York. Nov. 10.-Steamship daily. Vhy not you? ter, of Spokane, states. in a noon and named Miami, and which is
Mot incltaed in this route. RESIST BAG E RULE. agents and the various bodies which uaity reduces ual- better to the league. that in is dis- to be trsed in extending a canal ws
TO SETTLE MATTER Dallas. Texas ov 10.-A meeting encourage immigration are bestirring Q trict, the third of Washington. forest and then north to the headwaters o
TO SET E MATTER Of general bagge agents of Texas themselves in view of the betterment itv. W\e guarantee that preservation and the protection ot the Miami river. The second steel
OF SPRINKLING roads was called here today to for- in business and in the labor market each can of our ackson public lands, coal and water has be- dredge referred to will be used in NO matter
emulate plans for resisting the new Cablegrams and letters arO going to n come an issue. "I am heartily in fa- deewning and widening the present
The communication from the board baggage rules proposed by the Texas Europe informfing scores on the other Square has uniform vor of the forest reserve system," he canal from the head of the Caloosa-
of public work asking that a sum railroad commission. Under the new side that there is Increased indus- merit. -Now 25 cents, at says, because it conserves the hatchce river into Lake Okeechobee With others,
sufficient to cover the expense of regulations, the roads are required trial activity here. the result of all of. **5 cenIs, a sources of our water supply for irri- and to cut other canals out of Lake i to admit
sprinkling Tarragona street be ap- to carry cash registers, scales, add- which is that there probably will be your ,ocer. "Ask th nation. navigation and manufacturing, Okeechohee as are deed ed necessary.
propriated will be read before the ing machines. typewriters and similar a corresponding increase in immigra- preserves the young growth of timber. The second dredged will be launched bpe ior i
-meeting of the city council tonight salesmen's samples as personal bag- tion.. The steamship agents have i- n. protects the soil L-om erosion pre- within a month, and both are to be
The council first asked the board of gage, and are liable for heavy dam- structed their offices abroad to notify vents fires and floods and beneficially completed by December 17th. ...
public works to arrange for the ages when they exact a charge for these aliens who bought prepai tick- effects the climate. Irrigation of our Great developments are found to
sprinkling of this street and the the service. The railroads confineets that condition warrant their ircoA f arid lands is of paramount importance take place in South Florida as 'this
board now asks that a. appropriation baggage to weariag apparel and art ng back to te United States. The u In this district, and the protection of section of the country warrants devel-
be made for this purpose. r t es of perseal use. report that some of he bTg plants In the sources of the water in the Cas- opments. When we take into consid-
Pennsylvania and the mlidB west Ltd. New Orleansg a eades. Priest Lake Reserve. Coeur ration the fact that it 0I the natural
"~ ~ --- "" - -- need men will induce many forei -, d'Alenes, Bitter Roots and Blue Moun- home of sugar cane, whre the cae
"so n n h laborers to return soon. it Is thought LCWIewS ear Co., tahs and the storage of surplus and grows to maturity, that ft Is the far-
G ood waters in natural and artiflclal test land south in the present United
The JOurnal delivered at memai. W-l e i reservoirs in these watersheds is an States, as well as being the richest
255l T J rdGr a Wessential part of the further exten- land. and that forthe present year we
C am. rone Gsoui. jyour door, 10c a week. _..,.- r*i t"- h... a t aesa. un--______.._


ess, and
out our
r. A. M.
these de-
day and

as usual
nation, at
e paid.

eral pa-
for Mr.


rbes, the
and Fri-
eoods for
th stocks

the 14th

the low


for imported
can be made
he raising ot
f what It costs
i, and that raise
several of the
en done very
most success-
cturers la the
nd In the Ever-
proving It and
ne, our people
r feeling wry
lopment in the
ures for a fe*
licate to some
Sof the sugar
is let us 009-
* output of the "
ol the .re8
paid by the
countries izr
old and silver
anted to $1,700,-
ame thirty-two
n countries for
n. other words,
a nation we
r $1,000.0000
id during the
old and silver
of these rich
t. Today the
Colorado gath-
the pockets of
e than deeo als
copper mises
ine more corn-
e 1880 as a Ba-
hey-for lhport-
received from

of and naval
Our country
overlooked ti
* now been




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Z. F. Johtstem and wife, of Milton,
were among the visitors to the city
yesterday who registered at the Mer-
1 chants.
J. A. Howell. Jr.. of Florala, was
In the city yesterday on a stort visit.
Henry McLaughlin left yesterday
for New York and other points, to be
absent about ten days.
A. Hallowell, of DePuniak, deputy
collector of internal revenue, was in
the city yesterday on a business vis-
* *
J. Hampton Jones, of Starke, was
in the city yesterday on a short bus-
iness visit.
a *
The maximum temperature at Pen-
sacola Iesterday was 76 Alegrees at
11:45 a.' m.. while* the minimum .was
68 degrees at 6 a. m. Lait year on
the same date the maxi'num was 72
degrees and the .minimum 64 degrees.
The average mnulimum for this date
is 89 degrees, and the average min-
imum 54 degrees.
TweAty-eight cases were docketed
fqgr trial in the recorder's court yes-
terday. Twenty-two defendants were
found guilty, Ave were discharged.
one case was continued Aud one was
transferred to the county authorities.
* *
Mr;. Marguerite Headstrom, who
died Sunday at the John White place.
about, three miles northwest of Pen-
sacolQ. was 38 years old. A previous.
account of her death placed her age
at 27 years.
* *
Superintendent Reynolds, of the
county poof farm, exhibited six sweet
potatoes at the meeting of the board
of county commissioners last night
which averaged four pounds each.
Th-.y were presented to the com.nis-
W. H. Connors, formerly a me=-
-ber of the police force, has resigned
his position as driver of one of the
city sprinkling carts. He is succeed-
ed by Charles Hoffman. also a form-
er policeman.
James Carney. John Ryan. D. C.
Crounic. "Honey" Steel, John Conley,


Tried in Pensacola, It Has Stood the
The hardest test is the test of time,
and Doan's Kidney Pills have stood
It well in Pensacola. Kidney saffer-
ers can hardly ask for stronger proof
than the following.
John Molies. 320 S. Devillietr street,
Pensacola. Fla., says: "I used Doan's
Kidney Pills several years ago and
since then have never been without
them. When they were first brought
to my attention,'I was in a miserable
condition. My kidneys were disorder-
ed'and intense pains in my back made
me miserable. At. last I was confined
to my bed and It was weeks before I
w'as able to get about again. I tried
a number of remedies but nothing had
any effect on my'case and I was forc-
ed to call in a physician. His medi-
cine gave me relief while I was taking
it. but as soon as I stoppIed, nay trou-
ble returned just. as badly as ever. I
was but a shadow of my forme-r.elf.'
and was completely discouraged when
friend told me about Doan's Kidney
Pills. I obtained ar bot at the Crys-
tal Pharmacy. tried them and to my
astonishment Improved quickly. I con-
tinued their use carefully and in two
weeks was able to be around. I hop-
ed then that r was soon to be cured
and mn desire was gratified. I am
now much better in health and able to
do a good day's W'ork. Occasionally if
I take cold. I have slight panas in my
back but a few doses of Doans' Kidney
;lls always puts me right again."
(From statement given January 25th,
Results Tell.
On April 29th, 1908. Mrs. Mollea
confirmed her husband's statement by
saying: "Mr. Molies has not had a
tign of kidney complaint since Doan's
Kidney Pills cured him several years
ago. He stil thinks as much of then
as ever."
For sale by all dealers. Price M
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
yew York. sole agents for the United.
Remember the name-Doan'*,-a4d
aka no" other.

Frank Harris and Jacquift BoMt, all
charged with being vagrants, were
each sentenced to 30 days in jail by
the city recorder yesterday. In the
cases of Crounic Steel and Boldt, sen-
tence will be suspended if they leave
By using the best extracts-Blue
Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla. No des-
serts are perfect unless made with
Blue Ribbon.
Not a 10c cigar for 5c, but
a 5c cigar for 5c. That's
enough. The El Proviso Ci-
gar for sale at Imperial Cigar



Mobile Stone Maspn Will Be



on Murder Charge.

Mobile, Nov. 10.-Preliminary hear-
ing of Robert Mackey, the stone ma-
son, charged by the police with the
murder Saturday night of. Mrs. Della
Lambert, was continue. Thurs-
day morning by the state when the
accused was, arraigned before Judge
Clarke in the recorder's court this
morning. A continuance of the case
came unexpectedly in view of the fact
that members of the police department
and others materially needed at the
hearing had been advised that Mackey
would be given preliminary arraign-
ment this morning. The presence of
Sergeant Dorlon was very necessary
to the police, it being said that 'Mackey
had confessed the crime to him.
When the case was called it was
noted that George Bousson, the only
witness for the state, Was present.
Sergeant of Police Dorlon. the arrest-
ing officer, and the state's ma-
te:-al witness, was abaeni. His ab-
sence was attributed to an evident
misunderstanding of the time of hear-
ing the cate. Summoning witnesses
for the state had also bI'en witnowr
result owing evidently to 'he presence
of the circus.
With Attorney Charles W. Tomp-
kins.. his counsel, Robert Mackey, the
accused, came into ecott shortly 'be-
fore the session 'wask/conened. When
the case was reachedJupn the docket
Clerk Giblin called the name of the
accused, read the charges and then the
names of the arresting officer ana
state witnesses. iouason was the
only witness to answer. rhe case was
then ordered continued until Thurs-
day, the witness released for the
present and Mackey w"p returned to
his cell. Mrs. Macke, was not in
Became More Comneanicative.
Yesterday afternoon Mackey became
more commrmtcative than at any time
since the commission of the crime.
Clerk Giblin copversed with ine ac-
cused for a short period yesterday af-
"How are ton feeling now." inquired
the clerk of Mackey.
"Oh, I am not feeling so good. My
head aches and is heavy and my
brain is not clear," was the reply.
' "Perhaps it is the effects of the
liquor that causes your head to ache."
"".Maybe so."
"By the way. Mackey. Attorney
Tompkins was here to see you this
mrin7Tng. He was sent here by your
friends. You did not accord him
proper treatment."
"That is so." came the reply of the
accused. "Do you think he wiln re-
turn -This afternoon and I can taTk
with him?"
"It li not likely that he will. Per-
haps he will see you early tomorrow
morning." remarked Clerk Giblin.
Early this morning Attorney Tomp-
kins called at the police station and
shortly affer was in the prisoner's
cfrl going over the case with him.
Shortly before the convening of the
recorder's court the attorney and
prisoner left the cell. going to the
court room.
No Maid Like This.
Bronson-I understand he painted
cobwebs on the oeillag so perfectly
that the pnaft wore herself out trying
to sweep them '8" w. Johnson-
There may have been such an artist.
but there never was such a house-

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Alaga Syrup, being made honestly by
I. the old "befoh de wah" process, re-
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S and heathfulness of the sugarcane.
For grown ups or children Alaga
*Syrp is always the best-always leases. Its ex-
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-emembe this the next time you buy table syrup-and remember that
@aI frat-class grcers sell Alaga. 10c. 15c, 20c, 40c, and T7c sies.
Meontgemery, Alabama.

Robin Cooper. who fired the fatal
shot and was himself wounded, is
doing well. but hi.i, physician stated
today that the wound, which is near
the collar bone. is in a dangerous
place and complications are not un-
Col. D. B. Cooper. who was with his
son when the shooting occurred, was
transferred to jail today. He has
nothing to say.
A Hair's Breadth Escape.
Do you know that every time you
have a cough or cold and let it run on
thinking it will just cure itself you
are inviting pneumonia. consumption
or some other pulmonary trouble?
Don't risk it. Put your lungs back in
perfect health and stop that cough
with Ballard'g Horehound Syrup.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold and recommended by W. A.
D'Alemberte. druggist and apothecary.
121 South Palafox street. Pensacola,

Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 10, 1908.
We. the members of Lumbermen's
Aid Association No. 1. have agreed at
a meeting held Nov. 10. to give labor
to every stevedore who pays the Otale
of wages, and we solemnly 9roMade
that he will not take any part ia .the
Pool arrangement.

Father and Son Now
Regret the Tragedy
(Continued From First Page.)
father to give up his pistol, and the
other sa)lng, "I'm sorry the shooting
By Associated Press.
Memphis, Tenn.. Nov. 10.-A Nash-
ville dispatch quotes Governor Patter-
son as follows with regard to the kill-
ing of Senator Edward W. Carmack,
who was shot and killed in a street
duel in that city late yesterday:
"I deeply" deplore the unfortunate
tragedy. I saw both young Mr. Coop-
er and his father in the morning and
nothing occurred to cause me to sup-
pose any altercation would take place
with Senator Carmack or anyone else.
Colonel Cooper has been very much
aggrieved at the use of his name by
Senator Carmack and I learned that
he had prepared a note to send Sen-
ator Carmack, demanding that in fu-
ture his name be" not used in editorials
as he was a mere private citizen and
should not be subject to public attack
or ridicule.
"1 strongly advised against sending
the note. as did his son, Robin Cooper
and also Mr. Bradford, believing it
might cause a difficulty and urged him
to take no notice of the objectionable
editorials. Colonel Cooper assured
me that he would not send the note
and there would be nothing more of ILt
"Robin Cooper left. the Maxwei:
House with me in the morning and
promised to stay with his father, who
seemed to be excited, and prevent any
possible trouble. I thought tne whole
matter was ended until my return
from the capitol in the evening, w-hen
I was shocked to learn of what had
*y Assoiated 9?esm
New York, Nov. 10.-In speaking
here of the tragic death of ex-Senator
E. W. Carmack at Nashville. Tenn..
Senator Chauncey M. Depew said that
he was very much shocked by the oc-
currence and added:
"He was an exceedingly brilliant
man. He was more than a debator.
In fact. there was a certain element
of genius about him. The last thing
he dfd In the senate was a filibuster-
ing speech against some measures that
his party did not want to go through.
Of all the many filibustering speeches
I have ever heard that was the most
brilliant. He was a comparatively
young man and the Democratic party
has suffered a great loss."
By Associated Prest.
Nashville. Tenn., Nbv. 10.-In Ton-
nection with the Carmack tragedy
there was re-published today the card
in which Mr. Carmack announced the
severance of his relations with the
Nashville American of which Carmack
was formerly an editorial writer when
Duncan Cooper was the editor of the
American. This card. published sev-
eral years ago, read:
"I desire especially to acknowledge
the debt I owe and the regard I feel
towards Colonel D. B. Cooper, undet
whose management I first became con-
nected with the American and with
journalism. It is a pleasure at tnis
time that I cannot recall one word.
act or incident which has marred the
harmony of our relations during the
whole time of our intfmate association.
I shall always feel an Interest and a
pride in the American's success and
know that under i4s present manage-
ment it cannot fail to deserve and to
hold the confidence and esteem of the
public, which has made it a power for
good in the state of Tennessee."
Nashville. Tenn.. Nov. 10.-The body
of former Senator E. W. Carmack, who
was killed here yesterday in a street
duel with Robin J. Cooper, was sent
to Columbia this afternoo.i. ',npress.
iye scenes at the depot nmrked the
departure. Members of the WV. C. T.
U., whose cause Carmack had cham-
pioned, gathered in numbers and as
the casket was borne in. joined ini
singing "'Lead, Kindly Light" and
"Stand U'p For Jesu.o." A brief ad-
dress was delivered by Rev. Ira Lan-
Mrs. Carmack and a few of her
closest friends were on a special car
ith the body and a pro(usion of flow-
ers was but another tesimdonal ol
grief from hosts of friends and sym-
pathizers. All during the morning
hours a stream of callers entered the
home of Frank Lander, where the body
The body reached. Columbia at 9
o'clock tonight and was met by a
large concourse of people. The fun-
etal will occur tomorrow at eleven
o'clock from the Carmack home


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convene this morn
ed term 'or tnat c
a large number
nesses re-ihed t!
in this section.
There are a nu
investigated by t
for cutting timber
lands, illicit distil
tbam there. are
Sof cases doc
a very important
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masme to appear
the trial of the
be eammeneced, a
lom the civil do
u Jade Oscar
lsi, will arrive
and wl hear t
.Juflf Sheppard

The present plans is for court to
f Cases Are tO (,pen in Tallahassee on the 25th. and
either J.ndgr Sheppard or Judge
gated at the fHuidley will preside.
Cases on the Docket.
it Term. The following civil ca-,.- art on the
docket to be tried at thiii- trnm:
Frank Mes-sina vs. dl-.a"d Swindell
Ares granl jury will et al.. C. H. H. Floyd. for i;:t utiff, W.
es ran ur will B. Shepard. E. \\f11son. for wtfense.
ning for the adjourn- 0. H. Smith & Son,. v.. L. & N. R.
'ourt. and last night R. Co,, .Maxwpll & Reve--. for plaintiff.
of jurors and wit- Blount an Blount and Carter for de-
he city from points fenec
John Iockey et al.. vs. L. & N. R. R.
mber of cases to be Co.. Maxwell & Reeves and Price &
he jury. principally Watson for plaintiff, Blount & Blount
Dr from government & Carter. for defense.
lling and selling. Al- E. G. Pegram vs. L. F. West. MAax-
quite a large num- well & Reeves and E. Wilson for
*keted, i-tone are of plaintiff, Blount & Blount & Carter,
nature, for defense.
rs have been sum- E. C. Pegram vs. E. F. Johnson,
next Monday, when Mlxwell & Reeves and E. Wilson for
craninal cases will plaintiff, Blount & Blount & Carter
nd at their conclus- and T. West, for defense.
ocket will be taken Abbie D. Jennett vs. L- & N. R. R.
R. Hundlay. of Ala- Co., Maxwell & Reeves and G T. Mor-
e here on the 22rd gm for palintiff, Blount & Blount &
he cases in which Carter for defeane.
is disqualified. rs. J. Hall L. & N. R. R. Co.,

R. P. Reese and W. R. Sheppard for
plaintiff, Blount & Blount & Carter for
Wm. Mitchell vs. L. & N. R. R. Co..
J. P. Stokes for plaintiff, Blount &
Blount & Carter for defense.
James Dixon vs. J. J. McCaskill Co.,
Maxwell & Reeves for plaintiff, W. W.
Flournoy for defense.
V-'. S. Spurlin vs. J. C. Smith, et al.,
EninliTt Wilson for plaintiff, D. Camp-
bhll & Son. for defense.
DI- La Vergne Machine Co. vs. Earn-
-haw. 4Et al. Blount & Rlount & Carter
for plaintiff. Avery & Avery for de-
)4e La Vergne M- Co. vs. St. A. Ice
Co.. Rloiun & Riount & Cart-r for
plaintiff. Avery & Avery for defense.
Mrs. C. D. Frink vs. State L. Ins.
Co, .J. W. Kohoe for plaintiff. W. RI.
Chapman. Geneva, Ala.. for defense.
Siearns & Pulver I Co. vs. L. & N.
R. R. Co.. Maxwell & Peevf-s for
p!ain;iff. Blount & Blount & Carter
for defense.
C. E. Prim v.. L. & N. R R. Co.,
Avery & Avery for plaintiff. Blount
& Blount & Carter for defense.
Johnnie R. Hal vs. L. & N. R. R.
Co ( R. P. Reese and J. P. Stokes
for plaintiff. Blount & Blount & Car-
ter for defense.
E. C. Pegram vs. Robinson Pt. L.
Co., Maxweil & Reeves and f.. Wilson
for plaintiff, T. F. West for defense.
Lillie H. Hammett vs. L. & N. R. R.
Co.. R. P. Reese and J. P. Stokes
& Blount & Carter for defense
H. S. Laird vs. L & N. R. R. Co.,

J. S. Beard and J. P. Stokes for
plaintiff, Blount & Blount & Carter for
James Robinson vs. Pen. Elec. Co.,
Sullivan & Sullivan for plaintiff
Blount & Blount & Carter for defense
U. S. vs. A. D. Morrison & Co., Em-
mett Wilson for plaintiff, Blount I
Blount & Carter for defense.
David WiVnkler vs. J. C. Van Pelt
E. T. Davis for plaintiff, Jones & Pas
co for defense.
U. S. vs. Union Naval Stores Co.
Emmett Wilson for plaintiff, Blount I
Blount & Carter for defense.
H. Armstrong vs. L. & N. R. R. Co.
Parker & Hatton for plaintiff, Blouni
& Blount & Carter for deTense.
W. A. Blount et al., v9. L. E. 3'liller
et. al., Blount & Blount & ~4eiter foi
plaintiff, W. 0. Butler, Chipley, Fla.
for defense.
M. Qrigles. et. al.. vs. M. Lindsay
et. al.. Maxwell & Wilson for plaintiff
BIount & Blount & Carter and T. F.
West for defense.
J. M. Brewster, et. al., vs. W. B. Ay
cock. et. aL, Maxwell & WIpon fif
plaintiff, Blount & BIount &I Cartel
and T. F. West for defense.
A. C. Brewton vs. L. & N. "I R. C,,
Jones & Pasco for plaintiff, Blount 1
Blount & Carter for defense.
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Let the Council
Stand Firm.
The aloon regulation on
which was passed a little ove
ago by the city council, is '
come before that body toalg
a report from the coamil
which it is referred. This rep
dea" with a recommendation
Opard of Safety that the loal
bIe made 11.o'clock p. ma.. la
%, 4s now exists, and Axtli
ena ities for its violation.
Sla understood that the
will be favorable to the boa
Omenaftion. How the cotI
act upon the proposed chaxa
known, but it is utterly im
that a body of men, such as
the council of Pensacola, can
Orwise than act' adversely a
proposed change, and leave C
bag 'our as at preheat. *Th
soluttely no reason why it sa
changed, and The Journal d
believe it will be. Saloon r
iud early closing were advo
the saloon men a little over
0go, and the council in obed
their wishes and propuoals
the early closing. and it has
Operation since that time.
M Should tae council sitre
crease the penalty for a viol
the law, there Is no reason w
Increased penalty cannot be
rated in the present ordinance
as in any substitute that m
Every reason now urged t
the closing 'our and make
was known to the council as
discussed and rejected as ii
Ive when the ordinance wa
padeed. That ordinance has
edly accomplished much good
approved by the beat seatimeo
city, and li the name of tC
meat The Journal urges the
to stand by its former action
fuse to reverse itself on a a
such grave import to peac.
trderly cInditions in Penase

The Killing of
1Ex-Senator CaUmack.
The whole country was shoe
terday to learn of the death
united States Senator Carn
Tennessee at the hands of
toter in Nashville, w-ho shot
Ieith on a street in that city.
abiy because of an article wI
appeared in Carmack's pap
The slayer of the brilliant
tor Is one Robin Cooper, son
can cooper former newspaper
sand politician, who seems
sought in the killing of Car
vindicate the "wounded honoi
father and gratify hi, own
spirit by the same shot As
patches tell the story there w
political controversy between
and Duncan Cooper grow/g o
recut state primary, in which

Was defeated as a candidate
The editorial reference of t
to the former, who had oppq
In the primary, was sarcastic
pery. and while it might
have irritated aud possibly
blows it is inconceivable th
* civilized man it should have
the blood lust that would be
with nothing less than the Ul
critic. Carmaek was armled
met Cooper and his son and
did some shooting, too, it see
able that he was not the a
and shot oniy In self defense.
The net results of the trag
are a slain man, a widow
phans, one more man-killer
the long and terrible list who.
work throws its deep and
shadows over the South an
Very civilized land look askan
--and Cdoonel Cooper's "
honor" which can hardly be
have been poured by the shot
poor Carmack low.
The brutal %ad senseless
ler whose auspices this tra
Burred might have found so
flcation In centuries gone wb
was primitive and had gr

SL- All the News o
WMT-Y. SUNDAY. editor Pensacola Journal: the AND SOUTHE
r -The manager and captain of the A SOUTH EM
SMORawmag MPT MO T A Athletic Football club, on behalf
of the teas, hereby ehalfeneg, far the
-B --- last time, any football team in the HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST AS CHRONICLE
City, for an average of 125 pounds,
)URNAL COMPANY. give or take ten pounds. for a game,. A Aa--M --
-; to be played on the Palmetto Beach
gridiron on Sundays or any legal hol- yi: Id Mr. ,rooks claims. a hundred
. PeekMeat.- a1 *Qire Mal ege00 iday. The club has already printed bushels of fruit yearly. Having seen
two challenges in the locil newspa- the loaded trees two years running,
ia-----n* E- K pers and this is the third and last II FO I 11111 I I believe his claim is quite moderate.
challenge to local teams. If we re- At Camp Walton we have the sound
"eive no answer from a local foot- and gulf south of us, the bay east of
CDOMPTIO1g RATE ball team we will consider the Ath- l us, and a bayou from the bay north
O5 ... '45 letics the champion football tean of of us.
0 0 .. .. .. 1 the city and write for a gang to out- Eight miles from the pass eastward
1" W 0b60 er.year....1 C side teams. U is reserved as a military reservation.
SL. e.. A. Borras, manager; 1. t., The remaining thirty miles to Point
i _R. Wallace; 1. g., M. Gilmore; c. C. Washington offers as great induce-
...__ W __-__ 5U-- Merlin; r. g., J. DILustro; r. t.. V. i s to settlers, the writer believe.
mk Ae ,O-L Broughton; r. e., R. Gilmore; q. b., ctn BetWeen Ul an as any landtin this country. I am
C. Barrow, captain; I.'h., H. Gould; told that a number of the yards in
f. b., T. Shuttlewort'h; r. h.. H. Choctawhatchee is An Point Washington have a hearing
Mi iMg ..Cerner of Childerson. orange tree or two for shade trees.
.d_ ^dI'^ ^V Excellent Territory.

special to The .journal. ST. ANDREWS.
1oDeFuntak. Nov. 9.- Better climatic
J Ofice, O15W. NEW S conditions for raising semi-tropical -
.- and other fruits and eary vegetables, Special to The Journal.
S.---- r can hardly be found anywhere than Andrews, Nov. 10--Noah MoatPs
EDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11. 1908. Tis offered by the peninsula lying boat yesterday andr
tween Choctawhatchee bay and the launched his large boat yesterday and
Gulf of Mexico. they say it is fhe finest passenger
exaggerated notions of what he called Capt. Reddick, thirty-six years a, launch on the bay. "
his honor, but In this age of the world., planted sohie sixty orange trees onhis J. D. Forester is laid up for a few
in the full glare of eiviiigatiof, no pal- p icial to "m J, mal, homestead at Four Mile Point, and days with rheumatism.
rdiance, itlon can be f d for such savagery. Tallahassee, Nov. 10.-Mr. B. M. has been selling oranges from them The Bay Fisheries Co. will soon be
r a year Hertion can be t ou r we has avnaed. Cates, manager of the Myrtle Lumber at good prices, except when the tree ready for business. It Is located on
again to reineraton uh ehavenue Co., has sold to a syndicate a large were killed down by the freezes that the ice plant,dock at-St. Andrews.
Sto t for generations and because we has s to asyndicate lar swept over the state. Several parties Not Davis and family returned yes-
h have eared it we are a anmalv, tract of land on the St. Marks road. at Freeport claim that his oranges terday from an extended business trip
ttee to have dard it we are an anomaly, near Wakulla station, on which proved 's large and luscious as any to Blakely, Ga.
port will an anaerenlsam, in modern life and all wi ll be located a colony of northern brought from South Florida.. St. Andrews is to get a hew railroad.
port will the world wonders that we will per- settlers. Mr. Walter Graves last week took I see a statement from Albany. Ga.,
o the mit a minority contemptible in point Engineers are now there plotting Mrs. Graves and a )ady friend of hers that a mortgage has been filed for
ag hrW of numbers to continue to impose the streets and lots for the prospect- in his launch to-visit the Reddick $4.000,000 to build from Dawson andt
stead of yive town which will be in the center place, and says it is a delightful spot, Albany, Ga., southwest to Dyer's point
upon us the infamously false standard of the colony. Two hundred lots will the land being good and the region on St. Andrews Bay. The company
certa of honor and courage that will be sat- be placed on the market at once, and healthy. He saw no signs of blight on of Georgia has authorized the issue of
isfed with nothing less than murder many of them have been spoken for the pear trees that Capt. Reddick $4.000,000 in bonds to build the road.
report to maintain it by families who will make permanent claimed to be very prolific. He The mortgage recites that it is the
rd's rec- residents. General McNaught and brought home several little branches purpose to build a line from Dawson
ll will Incalculable. immeasurable harin Capt. McNaught, of Indiana, are the from the orange trees, each branch and Albany, Ga., southwest through
htas bee, done to uain all our moral promoters of the enterprise, and L. J. having on it eight or ten fine large Terrell, Calhoun. Doughertyv Baker,
e is noand material interests by this foul, Day, of Fitzgerald, Ga., is the local oranges, and kindly gave the writer a Miller and -ecatur counties. Ga.. and
aprobablecr aad bloody survival of brainless agent. couple this morning. He says that through Jackson, Calhoun and Wash-
com e se The location of this colony is an Mr. Reddick has recently set out five ington counties, Fla., to Dyer's po)nt
Sdo oh- medieval methods to settle a simple ideal one, being about six miles dis- hundred more orange trees, being well on St. Andrews Bay.
Paon te personal difculty, for, without dis- land, between the Wakulla and St. satisfied with his 36 years' experience John R. Thompson. J. T. Gaultney
p_ gulaing words, the outside world Mvrks rivers. It will have the finest in the business. The trouble with and Mr. Rbunerison left this morning
the clos- doa't r us as wholly civilized advantages of hunting and fishing, fruit raising in the south has been as delegates to attend the Inland
re Is ab. doesn't with the advantage of a fine market that the buds start during a warm Waterways convention in Columbus,
koul be for thbt re- and we are losing for their produce in the towns lying spell in February, to be too often kill- Georgal
aI evwy line mf enmsqnene. along the line of road northward. ed by a March frost, unless the trees Mrs. Rose has been installed as post-
"os not We tal abt the evils and wrongs The location is about sixteen miles are smudged. The said peninsula mistress at St. Andrews.
Waelltuato sms-u w ev otharn wo thg south of Tallabassee. seems to be more exempt from late W. H. Lewis is here looking for a
cate by imposed upon s by others, by the The public school children are pre- frosts than the famed peach belt on location. He comes from Georgia.
Sa ear tariff, th0 trsts and an unfriendly re- paring to have lots of fun this com- the east shore of Lake Michigan or
aY republican majority; but until we solve ing week. On Monday evening at the Lake Eries' island vineyards. In all 4A -- a
I tea our own problem or own eating opera house they will present 'an the years I lived in Chicago or Mil-
adopted o l' amusing farce entitled "At the Vil- waukee. I never saw or heard of a HARRIS.
been in cleanse our own hseold of the mur- large Poset OfBee," under the direction bearing peach tree west of Lake Might-_ --
der stains and our own hearts of the of Mr. and Mrs. David V. Bush, who gan, and yet in the early fall every * SW
murder lust we cannot hope to meet are specialists in this line. There steamer or other vessel from the east special to Trn Jouarnal.
Iton- and conquer the enemies from with- will ale:- be a number of beautiful shore came in loaded to the gunwale' Harris, Fla., Nov. 10.-Mrs. Mannie
lation of at or he h neies f wtAt drills and marches and several other with baskets of peaches and other Swinson and family, of Louisiana. ar-
why such outfor be who s equity must first features of interest, fruits. I have seen on the west side rived Friday morning and arc stopping
incQrpo- equity. On the following Friday the chil- of the lake the mercury go down to at Mrs. Condon's.
0d- w E Carmack was one of the most dren will have a box party, at which 40 degrees below zero and good skat- Sid DaVis, of Pensacola. is stop-
has wee brilliant and useful men the South of they are anticipating a specially hap- ig to the middle & the lake, and yet ping at Mrs. A. G. Harris's boarding
night be thisgeeration d 1v a py time. the balance of the lake furnished house-for a few days.
this generator d protuced, anld 'The Woman's Home Mission So- warm air enoughbko save the trees in Mrs. Rutha Reddick finished her-
D change while e had his faults they were all ciety of the Methodist church will the east shore peach belt from being cane grinding Saturday eve.iing, with
it later condoned by an honest and generous hold a mite box opening and social killed. a dance at her home. All enjoyed the
i ulter heart and an intellect that sciatilated at the residence of Mrs. T. B. Byrd. The reason the said peninsula Is occasion.
d fully t ht Friday afternoon. November 13th, more favored than the Michigan peach Mrs. Bell Wkight and daughter.
ncolclua- cwith light and had scarred his reputa- from 3:30 to 5 o'clock. belt and the Lake Erie island vine- Virgie. left this morning for Pensa-
as first Uop to every part of the Union. He Some months ago some of the yards, is that twice tn 25 hours there cola on the launch The Bells, Capt.
undoubt- lies dead. slain in- the prime of his members of Trinity Methodist Episco- is an putflow front the bay, for six Brooks.
powers, a bloody sacrifice to false pal church, South, in Tallahassee, hours, through East Pass to be fol- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones andI
, and Is teach as to wat oonr and cour- feeling the need of establishing a lowed by six hours' inflow of the Miss Claudie Reddick were callers at
at of the branch of the church in the south- warmer water of the gulf to protect Capt. Asa Ward's Sunday. Also Mrs.
at seati- age mean and what they demand of western portion of the city,.the resi- Reddick's orange buds, early tomato Martha Condon and daughter and Mrs.
n scil the crucial moments of life; and dents of which live at an inconven- plants, etc., from the March frosts. Swinson and family.
il if we are wise we will make this lent distance from Trinity, organized The common saying: "If the wind Harvey Jones. of East Pass. spent
and re- Nashville tragedy a text for sermons a mission on Boulevard street, and goes down there will be a frost to- Saturday with Capt. Asa Ward and
matter of INvieryurt tt secured the services of Mr. VWoodard night," does not apply to the penin- family.
tl a in every quarter of the South that will as curate under Mr. I. S. Paterson, sula, as the water in the bay, being
iafl 4 point the way to a nobler than the pis- pastor of Trinity. slightly cooler than the water in the fZ S-'-- --
tol toter's standard to preserve out This work has so grown under the gulf, a gentle breeze flows from 'one
ministrations of this earnest young to the other, on what would be trosty MULAT
honor &d save our civilisation. preacher that the Mission is now ma- nights. -
Here is one of the best post-elec- tured into a church, which will here- Mr. Graves, with his party, visited
ararhs we have after be known as Boulevard Metho- Destin and reports the ora-nge trees SDecial to Tne .ournat.
tiked es paragraphsft we have een. It is dist church. South, there a sight to behold. The writer Mulat, Fla., Nov. 10.-L. E. Duval,
hed yes' from the Quincy Times: All Hallowe'en passed off very was there in October and the sight of Wihite-ille, N. C.. brother-in-lat of
of ex- "Now that the election is over we quietly in Tallahassee. The most of the bearing orange, pecan and hick- J. A. Howell, is visiting Mirlat for a
mack of ought to isagurate the greatest-de. noticeable entertainment given was ory trees, put me in mind to write few days.
a pistol- velopment era that Gadsden county that of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bethel, at this piece for The Journal. Mrs. Lewis, of East Bay. was up
St has ever known. There is room .'ere their beautiful residence on South It would have induced me to have last week looking out for a place to
him to for fifty thousand more good indus- Adams street, where ghosts, hobgob- a fruit and early truck farm on the buy here.
presum- trious citizens, who will *'engage in llns and witches held high revel, peninsula, but a few days ago my N. E. Borrell received a message
Miob had farming and other pursuits." The extensive grounds were deco- wife concluded we should let some Saturday morning that his daughter
er, the And every EWwapaper in the south rated wit-h the conventional lanterns younger parties take advantage of was dead at Georgiana.
ouht to talk the wa T ade of pumpkins grotesquely carved the opportunities offered. S. Otis sent thet steamer Maggie to
o* ht to talk the same way Let us and a skeleton stood sentinel at the On the Brooks place, at the nar- East Bay and brought him in time
ex-seoa- all break the record, turn our back entrance. Inside the house, so per- rows, which is but about half a mile to catch train No. 2 to make Geor-
of Dun- on venerated traditions, violate all fectly arranged'for the entertain- from the gulf, there are seven pear giana Saturday night. His daughter.
er man precedents and give up the next four meant of numerous guests, the decora- trees entirely free from blight and Miss Carrie, accompanied him.
to have years steadily busin with ju tons were tasteful in the extreme and
mackr to as little infuaios of political. as may of H'iloween wth tradtons
r" of his be possible. In other words, let us Quaint little ghosts silently reeeiv- r T
vengeful have a buslness administration down ed the arriving guests,, who were T RE IOR TI
the dia- aere for four years and let politics then shown to their respective dress-
lgrW rooms by two charming young G _. G SalatM NmrfNiri tock is tie tndard of perfect
a acrid go hang. We have proved clearly to witches. These, later on, kept the 0 idaMe s coitigibys lmewho kow bow. Extemive experme
Caraack ourselves and the rest of mankind score at the card tables. OA Omemscea 0g11- there pdmceda competemmorm
ut of the that we can't elect a democratic pres- Delicious refreshments were serv- | mTABER'S TR]
Carmack Meat, and hayvia done that much let ed and a delightful evening passed, FrnitsandOst rma nl Peachesa.Pe -d Plums, Gr
for gov. us now prove that we can succeed in hour warned the guests to disperse. HesAhr MAlSh Trees are A
business where we fail in politic. and Mr. John Bennet. a voung man who G.. LTm. jaf .... Thw

he latter that we can't be diverted from our had won many friends during his few
fed him purpose to make the South rich and years' residence in Tallahassee by his
genial and friendly manner, died yes-
and pep. powerful by a little thing like that terday evening of peritonitis. He was
naturally "what happened" last Tuesday. The a nephew of Mr. D. R. Cox. a well
led tq Quincy Times has sounded the key. known citizen of this city.
hat in a note. Mr. Rennett's remains were shippen. - -....
b aroused -this morning to Gainesville, where
sattrsed It is a matter for general satisfac- his family resides, for interment.
Ie of is tion throughout the mouth that the su- S -s ___-_-as, 9
he hb preme court of the United States has
"e ofhA Tdy's Ideas in Furnit
while he f nally settled a vexed question by GARNIERS. In ni
ma prob- deciding In the Berea college case ap-Tod's Id
pealed from Kentucky, that any" pciam ltoTh J wmraLi
or state in the union may constitution- Garniers, Nov. 10.-Mr. and Mrs.
S ally legislate to prevent the co-edu- W. N. Hartgrove were Camp.Walton Are to be seen in our big show rooms. And there
I< -a cation of the white and black rates. visitors Saturday.
and or- And from news items which reach HeP. isHand was home over Sundat y.e peal strongly to the ladies who wish to make the hor
Bloody us from various parts of the north Pryor mill at the head of Five Mile expresses style, eS in ervative as well
6e bloy every now and then we suspect that bayou. expresses style, s conservative as we
baleful this decision Will be pretty generally Mrs. R. C. irwin and Mr. T. J. right now to b for
d makes me Pryor went to Columbus last week to N better time than right now to buy pieces for
ats approved up there also. Supreme attend the Inland Waterway Conven- long ways here. Use
wounded court decislen sometimes furnish tion as delegates. Mrs. Irwin is down Dinner. A little money goes f long ways here. Use
sa wounded highly gratifying solutions of current for an address.
sawd ptoproblems. William Hand spent Saturday and
that laid Sunday near East Bay visiting friends- .
Mr. Taft will reject all other in- Manuel Brown returned from Pensa- 32 O !
code un- vitatidas and upen the winter at cola Saturday.
gedy oc- Auguta Ga. John D. Rockefeller ap Weekle took out a load 108-10 SOUTH PALA FOX STREET. I
naval stores Saturday for Ray Me-
me justi- spends his winters in Augusta, too. Duffle's still.
hen man It's a mere coincidence, of course, but
otesquely people, wm talk. Subscribe for The Journal.

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and stenographr in the office of the
Florida and Alabamaa Lau' company.
is on a few days' visit to iarianna
this week. s
U I Superintendent J. H. Givens is hay.
Ing chimneys built to the Plorida and
Alabama Land company's house in
IPalco, which is Afilling a long felt
want among the employes.
J. F. Thompson has a full line ot
dry goods, groceries and confection
series in the postoffice building.
SCr d WHenry Burge has just arrived with
Man Charged Wtih Killing a nice unch of beef cattle or his mar-
ket at this place.
L. T. Hutson at Anda-

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Special to The JournaL Secial toThe J au .e
Andalusia. Ala.. Nov. 10.-The pro. -Wausau. Nov. 10.--Qute a crowd
liminary hearing before Judge L. D. attended justice court here Monday.
Salter, of D. D. Burnett, which has R. M. Peel. of Bradford, was trans,
been in progress heressince Wednes- acting business here Mondaly.
day of last week ended yesterday and "Uncle" William Everitt was a busi-
resulted in the acquittal of r. Bur-ness caller here Monday.
net. It will he remembered that D. V. H. Baxley. of Orange Hill, was
D. Burnett shot and killed L. T. Hut- in the city Monday.
son. two miles south ofthis place Justice N. P. Taylor was transact-
abbirt three weeks ago. It seems that ing ocWal business here Monday.
the killing was justifiable. Cane grdidin i the order of the
It is thought by some that the large day at the present time while 'po-
department store of J. E. Sairives, sum a hunting is the order a the nige s
who was recently forced into bank- w. (. Butler, Sr., of Crdpley, was In
ruptcy at this place, will soon be open the city Monday.
again. It seems that a settlement is W. G. T. Owens was a business
now in progress, caller Monday.
The new forty thousand dollar Bap- Mr. Hease Varaum, of Noles. was
tist church' is nearing completion. It in the city Wednesday.
is a handsome structure, of which An- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Barrow, of Sex-
dalusia is very proud. ton., were shopping here Friday.
-,, '" ---.K Mrs. Milton Skets sand Miss Daisy
*McKelthen, of Holmes .Valley, were
MARIANNA. shopping here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Walsingham, of
<- i .7 __J this place, are visiting at Southport
ea m C this week.
Marian al to T Jo. na. H. Lew- Mr. Angus Nichols, of Bradford. was
Marianna, Fla., Nov. 9.-H. H. Lew- a business caller here Saturday.
is. our efficient sheriff, came down C. C.C caer was mtugrng with
town this morning with his counten- fr ieCarter dsn town Saturday.with
anuce wreathed in.smilesn tCi reason Rev. W. D. Owens was a business

out the jail and clear the docket. e ,Th mianars at this precinct wer
The new building of the Citizens' up all night. However, tee ete
State bank is progressing rapidly and passed o quiet ad sober.
by the first of Jauary ll be reay I. Tiller made a business trip to
to be occupied. Orange Hill Thursday.
Special to Journal. John -Bareld, a popular merchant
Marianna. Fla., Nov. 10.-The town of this place. made a pasiaess trip to
improvement association, composed Vernon Wednesday.
of the ladies of our town. are barry, Quite a crowd passed through here
in- our city dads. They have enlist- Wednesday en route to Vernon to ate
ed the sympatles of the superintend- tend circuit court.
ent of the iYeorm school to the ex- Wausa u ca soon boast of seves
tent of borrowing the boys. The said stores. .
boys are having a picnic on the streets Justice W. N. Nixon, of Fountain.,
cleaning them as they have not been was mingling with frteads here Mon-
for years. If ever. day.
On inquiring today of the two buy- Mir. H. D. Mercer was a business
ers of cotton seed your correspond- caller here Monday.
ent was informed that twenty car Johale Walsingbam came in from
loads had been shipped fram this sta- DeFunlak Monday. where be has been
tion alone and likely ten more will attending the fair for the past two or
he saiipped from here. In return our three dasW.
people will buy ten car loads of the Mr. Earnest Brock was in the city
rixture called commercial fertilizer. Tuesday.
It would trouble a Philadelphia law- After a few days' visit with friends
yer to analyze and find out what the and relatives. Z. C. Jones and family
mixture is composed of. The finest left Tuesday for their bsoft at River
fertilizer on earth iy being sent out Side.
of the county and thereby Impoverish. Preston Warren,fof West Bay, is in
ing the lands. town this week. the guest of or11
brother, Robert.
-, ~ ^^^S^Ss^ 'Rev. E. A. D. Shemfield, of Bradford,
Swas transacting business In this coit
S FALCO. mutffy Thursday.
Swo v --tr-oul -he-phsi l Mr. and Mras. J. C. Harrell wpe
shopping in town Saturday.
Soeciai to The naounaL. Mrs. W. D. Owens passed through
Falco, Aia., Nov. 10.-Mias May-ae town Saturday en route home from
Townsend. principal of the Falco Chipley. where she has spent the
school, went to Andalusia Saturday week with relatives.
to meet the board of public instruc- Gene McMillan, of MilIvUle, was ft
tion. the city Saturday.
H. .1. Chitty. who has been on a B. F. Keithen and Milton Sketo. of
two-weeks' visit to relatives and the Valley, were pleasant caller" Sat-
friends at Boniray, returned today and urday.
reports having a grand time on his
trip. As He Wanted It.
Alvin Grimsley anl Mrot. Everett "When I was leaving town last
Grimsley were in town a few hours month." said the returned traveler,
Sunday afternoon visiting Dr. and "your uncle. Peter Roxley, was taken
Mrs. Allen H. Miller. quite seriously ill. I hope it turned
J. M. Beall of the firm of Beall out all right." "Of course." replied
Bros.. is on a few days visit to En- young PoorMaas. "'Didn't you notloe
tprprise and Slocum, Ala. what a swell black suit this Ist"-
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White. Frst nversaMat 7:30 p. m. -
SRee*whte ieemptls. mS B. Blount street, 8:15 to 10 p. m.
S8oeial Card club: nM Mrs. 3. G. Yniestra, E. Strong
* street, 3:0e *'oek.
S PregreMive .efue rty Progress club, 8 p. m.
* Pastt A Wt ia- tsmu l M. Cedy em Belmont street *
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& Weddlag of Mr. Jas. yrbes an Miss Dixie Bass. First Baptist 4
Scweh 11U:3 a. .
" New City Ctlub: estes ,Mrs. C. 3. Boaacker, at 3 p.
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S I a lamb- inhonor of MIb Coachman -d Mranerlyn. at Osceola
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S Dace at Country Club for Mtb ParkeVtao-Hoetess, rs. S. R.
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At aile o'clock, with lamp ti hand.
The maien aunat ctmabs up omne
To test beneath the cota s*uV
W Vaexe all hr foeter rom we se.
at Sret. from oht as Ivory box,
She draw *a .hest of Mheme-
Zguerotype and ambfetypeo-.
Ad thO ored anbht to aseh at
3he kises fSt the epheW chek
Who ran at seventeen to sea;
And next his atedy brother tall
Who settled In the West country.
Awd th the artist ges to Frane;
Aad last-a tintype of small prie-
The eaprtuOd bey fro the taow
And bhm. I think, she *Isebs twice.
S -fIra N. CeahsMp.
Mr. aml Mrs. Joe Licata eatprtasiu
ej a number of their friends e Mon-
day night at an Idnormal reception
at their bome on Gregory sreet. the
east bei g t hmonr at the tenth a.-
TWe ory ef their mmrrtag. About
twestyw guests gathered at the I-.
qata hem early in the e iveal.
bhrlagi h the a varied array of
Ip erence to qme fact
S the t anniversary Is gener-
4ly ra -the "tin" wedding
*Ire aa made of the ap-
Mufh ermlamat wa cased by the
eletie Ofi S-Ae Oa those. reeeied.
Ilreiarts WI, *d rnw. MwC
a4d l hating been emaploed as
the e maM s diversion.
The Tue ay ridge Club held' a
Very enjoyable meeting yesterday at.
ternoon at the at Mrs. John
C. Avery. The- 4ual delightful time,
which has characteriled the club
,eace tts birth In local society, was
eajoyed by thewe present.
A good attendance at the bivouac
resulted yesterday aftermoae from the
sail of the president, a amber of the
V?. D. C. meeting and dIeacustag mat-
ters of Importance relative to the pop.
ular local orgsaniation. The U. D.
C. Uaa many InterestIng plans for

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this winter, which will result in sev-
eral clever and attractive events in
the course of the season.
One at the events of the week in
Penmacola will be witnessed toaizht
by iaders oo the social set. in the
marriage of Mr. Eugene L. Reese and
Mise Beatrice Zulah White, which will
occur at the First Universalttt church
at T:30 o'clock.
An elaborate reception has been
planned to' occur immediately after
the ceremony has been performed,
which will also be Tilliat with thd
presence of beautifully gowned wo-
men, and local city men who are
to throng the beautiful hcote to wish
the young ceple Godspe d through
their journey. On account of the size
of the Universalist church, and the
corre'spoding size of the guest list,
it will be requested tonight that every
guest present is card at tC.e door of
the church.
Mrs. J. G. Yalestra will entertain
at her hboa on East Strong street
this afternoon, her guests to be the
members of the Social Card club.
Three-thirty is the hour set, and an
unusually pleasant time is anticipat-
ed by those who expect to be present.
The Progress club will give anoth-
er of its delightful events this even-
U, the regularr card party to occur
in the coxy club parlors. A large
samber are planning to attend as u.s-
ual, and an evening of real enjoyment
is anticipated.
Mrs. E. Rady will be hostess at the
regular meeting of the Pastime Eu-
chre club this evening at ber home on
Belmont street. .Ab interesting time
is being antle ated by those who
know Mrs. Radys powers as a host-
Following are these who won
prizes at the regular meeting of the
Monday Afternoon Euchre Club, which
was entertained this week by Mrs.
Dan Murphy: First prize. Mrs. Dan
Murphey, second Mrs. A. Dooley, lone
hand Mrs. Soderqulst, booby Mrs.
Johnson. Mrs. Soderquist will be the
next hostess, the future events of the
club to be held at the home of Mrs.
Undstrom, who has offered her home
for that purpose.
Miss Helen LBhtmaB entertained in
heaor of her guest. Miss ,Fannie
Strausman. at her home on Nerth Guil-
lemard street last evening, a number
of the friends of this popular young
lady having gathered at her home to
do justice to the invitation extended
Miss Strausman, who has already
won a warm place in the hearts of
these with whom she ba s come in
esotact, is one of the most attractive
young .ladies now visiting the city.
Mrs. Bessie Rady entertained the
Tuesday Afternoon Euehre Club yes-
terday afternoon at her home on Bel-
meot street. A meet enjoyable afte*
soon is reported by these who were in
TO Im RsVIvaE.
The ladles of the Golf and Country
Clubs will- revre the pretty custom
of giving Saturday afternoon teas
next Saturday, sad It is hoped that all
of the lades wil respond and serve
on the different Saturdays. Mesdames

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A. C. Blount and 0. J. Semmes, and
Misses Sallie Wright and Katie Smith
will be hostesses for the coming Sat-
urday. serving from 3 until 6. If the
weather is fair, the afternoon will Pe
spent at the golf club grounds. If
inclement conditions prevail, the
event will occurdt the Country Club.
Mrs. W. J.tPorbes was hostess at a
delightful meeting of the Tuesday
Euchre Club held yesterday afternoon
at her home on North Spring street.
Mrs. McGibbon was awarded first
prize, Mrsr.Dr. Bruce receiving sec-
ond honors. The next meeting of the
club will occur at the 4home of Mrs.
T. L. Gant on West Gadsden street.
The Married Ladies Euchre Club
was entertained at the home of Mrs.
Herman Howland on Government
street yesterday afternoon ,the gen-
eral good time characteristic of the
popular club having been enjoyed by
those present. The first prite was
won by Mrs. E. Roch, and the second
by Mrs. M. L. Roch. Mrs. Rupert will
entertain the. club next week at her
home on Government street.
Mrs. J. M. Clutter entertained the
East Hill Euchre Club very pleaesat-
ly at her home on East Cervantes
street yesterday, a delightful after-
noon resulting, according to those who
were in attendance. Mrs. L. Davia
won the ace pri.e, Mrs. Whe. H. Fer-
guson the consolation, Mrs. Ed. Lharpe
the lone hand. and Mrs. Wille Walker
the booby. Mrs. S. H. Cransto. of
Ninth avenue and Strong street, will
'be the next hostess, the hour of meet-
ing being 2:30 o'clock.
'Miss Jennie Stilman entertained. a
nurm-ber of her friends' at a delightful
bay party yesterday afternoon, the
event having been given in honor of
the Misses Willard, Coachman and
Munnerlyn. The afternoon prove
ideal, and those who were la attend-
ance were enthusiastic over the novel
and interesting manner in which the
event had been p unned.
A pleasant informal dance occurred
at the Allen house last light. whea
Miss Jeanette, the charming daughter
of the household, entertained a num-
ber of her friends at the attractive
home. Miss Jeanette, who Is popular
among the younger set, proved a most
capable hostess, and the event was
thoroughly enjoyed by all who were
The Civic League. which is a most
important addition in local circles,
will meet tomorrow at the Y. M. C.
A. parlors, when a great deal of im-
portance to the worthy movement will
receive attention. The leags has a
healthy membership, composed of the
foremost people of the city, and all
those who are interested in the move.
ment should be ia attendance at the
Y. M. C. A. tomorrow afternoon at 4
Plans are progressing nicely with
regard to the chrysaathemum show
which is to take place in the KeyMer
building opposite the court om e
next Friday afternoon. The anal
'mum" shows in larger places omat
Lute one of the moat notable society
events of the seomen, and from all ap.
pearances. Pensacola's first Ial -Swer
show is to receive due atteUotl from
local society folk.

Mrs. C. W. Nelson, of Deaver. 4a
Is visiting her numerous local frie".
She is at the Allen House.
R. H. Turner, who is very 111 at his
home on 'ast Thirteenth street, was
thought to be improving yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hyer are en
route to Washington. D. C., and New
York City, where they will enjoy sev.-
eral weeks of recreation.

Born-to Mr. and Mrs. IL P. Welch
:twin boys.
Nfiss Julia Hyter is convalescing af-

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I ter a week's illness, much to the satis-
faction of, her many friends.
Mrs. R. Rogers, of Detroit, left yes-
terday for her northern home, having
been called to Pensacola on account
of the illness and death of her mother,
the late Mrs. B. B. Pitt.
Mrs. Jno. White, of Garden street,
is entertaining Mrs. JOd. Holland and
daughter, of Grand Rapids. Mich. Mrs.
Holland will be pleasantly remem-
bered in Pensacola as Miss Clara Grit-

Mrs. J. Frank Taylor is entertaining
her sister, Mrs. B. A. Fernald.
Misses Stela Avery and Mildred
Kessler will leave shortly for a visit
among friends in Montgomery.
Born-to Mr. and Mrs. J. Whiting
Hyer, a son.
Rev. F. M. Turner and wife. of Me-.
ridlan. Miss., are in the city for- a
few days.
'Mrs. J. Pratt, of Cromnanton, Fla., is
visiting local friends.
R. E. L. McCaskill. the popular Free-
part man, was amoag local friends yes-
Miss Ethel Deckard, the bright and
attractive daughter of Mr: and Mrs.
K. S. Deekard, of the Escanmbi hotel,
is in Texas, where she goes to assist
In staging church entertainments.
Mts. Josephine Rupert, accompanied
by her two daughter, Elmire and El-
len, left.Sunday for Fort Worth. Tex..
wlbhere she will visit her sona Clarence.
She will thbn proceed to Galveston to
be with her sister. Mrs. Calhoun. for
a. few weeks, after which she will be
the guest of Mrs. Frank Bonlfay, an-
other sister, who resides in Houston.
The directolre ware is over. The
sheath skirt panic has subsided. The
world feminine has returned to nor-
mal, regular heart beats. Styles for
the season of 1903-09 are now' fixed.
They .are simply the extreme styles
as shown In September gracefully
modified to meet the needs of the con-
servative American woman.
From the very start of the sheath
skirt, panic I have maintained in
these columns that no well-bred, sane
American woman would ever consid-
er the mode seriously. Neither would
she accept the extreme directoire
styles. The sheath skirt has been
seen only upon the stage and then in
such productions as featured the fem-
inine form divine, rather than dramat-
ic interest or virile acting. It is now
relegated, along with Salome dance,.
to the has-beens of a theatrical year
barely begun.
A marked feature of the advancing
season is the appearance of beautiful
Louis, directoire and empire coats in
hengaline or ottoman silk, a fabric
suitable for day wear, never for even-
lag. For al evening wraps, supple
satin. are preferred.
Bordered fabrics are much w
especially for tunic effects, and w
the advancing season supple bro -
cloths in fancy designs are shown.
Brown increases in popularity as the
weather becomes colder and it is an
ideal winter shade, especially iil the
soft cloths .anrd satln with hints of
golden lights in their surface.
First, you have tie directoire coat,
which would develop so admirably in
ottoman silk. which, by the way. is
heavily corded. Plain satin or a rich
brocade would be used to build the
high collar, open several inches
across the tront, the wide revers, the
cuffs and pocket lapels, but it must
match in color the corded silk used in
the coat. Or the plain satin may be
embroidered or braided in self-tone
or in most harmonions shades. Lit-
tle lace is used in developing these
directoire accessories. The lace ap-
pears in the directoire jabot, which
consists of an enormous rauff. finished
with a jabot. Broad at the top and
tapering to a mere point just above
the waist line.
Extremely large buttons are 'used
on the directoire coats, many of them
jeweled or enameled. If you cannot'
afford a handsome button of this sort.
then cover molds with heavy satin
or the' silk used oa the coat.
This is not a difficult pattern to
develop. The back and side backs
are. in one piece, but the fronts of
the body portion are separate from
the fronts of the skirt, and with the
underarm gores are joined to them
at the waist/ line. This is simpler
thou an attempt to secure a straight
line over the hips.
The complete directoire gown is
really a combination or modification
of the tunic skirt and thu director
bodice, joined by a directeire sash.
Eleven yards of silk will make the
cqptume (and. think, we needed
eighteen or twenty last season) with
two and one-half yards of 18-inch net
or lace for chemisette and sleeves.
The pattern is suited to either eash-
mere, veijing or supple sUki like
mneasaline, and a bordered fabric may
be used if desired. Again, the tuneic
and ever-blouse say be eutiamed L,

ZDAY MOI~ING4M NOVF.MR-WR 11, 105I _______________9






Sterling atamp an every ple from factorie having a weoid-wide repu-
tation for making the beast, the kind that lasts a l1t1ftnme.

Walls of old houses



mt. Sarah J. Winrem of Chic-
anw Granmum of Alexander
Hamitua. Wks Signed The
.mloM If Indepndenece,

"Vinol is a godsend to old people.
1 am 76 years old, but Wave a heart%
appetite, sleep soundly, anlI feel act-
ive and well today-thanks to Vinol.
When I was young, cod liver oil was
dispensed in a greasy. i:npalatabl-
form, and it fairly gagged me to get
it down. Vinol is entirely different.
very palatable and nourisising to nii-
poverished blood. It is 'he finest
tonic and strength creator I ever
Mrs. H. W. Avery. Nor.wih, N. Y..
says! "At the age of ei hty-nine I
felt the need of a tonic, something to
strengthen and build me up. For
some time I have taken Vinol. and
have found that it brings vigor and
lifeSo the aged as nothing else will."
The reason Vinol is so beneficial to
old people Is because it is composed
of two world-famed toics--the ned-
icinal elements of cod liver oil-and
Iron. Vtic toes p th- digestive
organs, aids ap tiltati make- rich.
red blead, and strengthens every or-
gan of the body.- *
We will cheerfully return money to
all these who try Vinol and receive
no beweLt.
White fhamac. Peaa ela. Flaj


lMonday's express brought us some
extremely pretty styles that now await
your looking.
$4.00 Ladies Patent Plain toe. but-
ton, black cravenette serge cloth tops,
Cuban heel, turn sole, the daintiest
and prettiest creation ever shown.
$3.50 pair Lalbes Patent Bitucher,
dull fave tops, welt sole. Cuban *heel.
$2.54 Children, Red, Black, Tan and
White Hosiery
Come -watle we can fit you.

Feet Furnishers For Folks.
102 South Palafox St.

braided bands or novelty trimming.
and by far the prettiest effect for the
chemisette will be secured if tucked
net is used. It will be roted that
here, as in all directoire modes, the
long snug-fitting sleeve appears. The
stout wonian must carefully avoid
trimming such a sleeve. She should
employ only tucks laid smooth and
Noticeable for its quiet simplicity is
a gupown oth velvet, houldershowing a plaid ef-
fect in two h ruades of gray. Undoubt-
edly the directoire style is fully ex-

waisted, with the short rebodice plat the
uponthe, nishoued ers and rigshdt-front side
a square yoke of silver lace, above
which rises a high color of white
chiffon, trimmed with Irish lace.
Around the yoke Is a one and one-
half inch rufleofitchiffon like the col-
lar. The githat exrdle is plaited around ches up
front, finished at the right-front side
with a plain roisette. The girdle is
of plain silver velvet. T-ie sleeves
are quite long. in the regulation coat-
sleeves styleAvith deep ruffles of sil-
ver lace that extend a few Inches up
the back-sleeve seam. The skirt
show short lines and a short train.
This is worn wtih an immense flat
velvet hat. displaying flat willow
plumes laid around tae brim. with
outstretched fronds, making the hat
extremely fiat. It is lined with white
An energetic rubbing with a rough
towel should be given after any bath,
whether hot or cold.
Queen Alexandra has never forsak-
en her fringe and now some of the
ultra aniart set are coming back to
it. The hair is cut straight acres
the forehead and is worn in a shal-
low bang. When not exaggerated
as it was before its last departure
this way of wearing the hair is be-
coming to many faces. If -worn to
the eyebrows it gives a woman an
ordinary look and makes her appear
To clean the hair in winter make a
mixture of one cup of unsifted corn
meal, one-haalf cup of shaved magnesia
and one tablespoonful of salt. Stir
-until thoroughly blended and heat in
a tin pan. When warm rub thorough-
ly through the hair and over the scalp.
With a hair brush, begin brushing out
the miixture. When the hair is al-
most free from the preparation. 'make
a second application. Brush this out,
then go into the yard and toss the
hair with the hands to free it from
every particle of dust. Th, fine comb
huld be used to collect the dandruff
', dust from the scalp. A very oily
ad of hair can be beautifully clean-
(I in this 'manner. In washing a
child's head the work can be done in
half the time If a few drops of kero-
sene are added to the suds. The oil
does not injure the scalp, and is ben-
eficial to the hair.

have a musty smell, even after the ap-
plication of new wall paper. To aem-
edy thi, beside removing the old
paper before putting on the new. add
a teaspoonful. at least of carbolic
acid to the paste with which the new
'paper is applied. This will not only
prevent any musty odor but will kill
any lingering germs as welL
Did you ever know there was real
danger in eating green walnuts, es-
pecially the kind grown in America?
They are polsomei to some systems.
Recently a young *man died from eat-
ing green walnuts mad a girl lay for
weeks as a *sult of poisoning due to
the same cause. It is well to know
the simple remedy which gives in-
stant relief in cases of this kind. Feed
the patient salt. It acts like magic
and ab4ost instantly dissolves the
foreign nmtter which refuses to di-
Now that earrings are proxmiped a
universal acceptance, it is doubly im-
portant that the ear should be a good
color. In cases where the ears are
red it is particularly desirable to cor-
rect the defect, for what greater trav-
esty could occur than that of a beau-
tiful pearl drop hanging fram an ear
which is as luriM a. a winter sun-
set? A lotion whic'i will be founded
helpful in the correction of the trou-
ble is made of half a teaspoonful
each of borax and alum dissolved in
a tablespoonful of tincture of ben-
zoin and a gill of rose water.
Picture frames made of, soft dark
brown leather-large enough to ac-
commodate two or three photographs
-are charming.
Down quilt covered with flowered
satin or chintz sell reasonably. One
has a wild-rose design in pink with
a pale pink border.
One can g.-t asbestos irons. On
account of the asbestos. lining the
irons are said to retain heat twice as
long as the usual ones, and save run-
ning continually to the stove when
A spencer, with iong sleeved of
Shetland wool, suitable for wear un-
der a coat in wet weather, is useful.
The advantage in the weave is that
though warm it is not bulky.
A leather desk set which is deeid-
ly succes-ful, both from the stand-
point of beauty and utility, is made
of soft. dull brown leather. It is
richer-looking than many of the desk
sets of metal which are more expen-
The veils of Russian net are too
becoming for women to reliaqui'h
them in favor of a newer but less at.
tractive weave, and so this popular
veiling is included in the new import-
It comes in black, White and the
staple colors, with a few of the new-
er shades.
Black and white complexion veils
are worn a- much as ever, the lne
mesa and small dot being prefternd
to the coarser thread and large dot.
Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Cream of Wheat. Cream.
Scrambled Eggs a la Venice, Pried
IHot Waffles with Maple Syrup.
The Journal.
Fricaseed Chicken. Potato Balls.
Currant Bread.
Cup Custard. Sweet Wafers.
Oyster Soup.
Braised Beef with Browned Potatoes.
Candled Yams. Rice.
Celery Salad.
Peach S-erbet. Cake.

When you go to grocer or druggist, We launder them by a
and want the very best vanilla or A
lemon, say "Blue Ribboa" and insist new method. A SteamS.
on getting it. heated machine made
specially for ironic
cuffs. Irons them per

MCMILLAN Bfetly with one o
tion and with. less wear
on the linen, too.
Same story on collams.
Ul|i Let us send a wagon.

Deal Closed Yesterday and E. W. LAWRENCE, Proprieter.
S 15-17 w. ROMANA ST.
He is to Take Charge Phoaf. OA
1 Phom 12J

at Once.

A deal, which has beem leading for
several days. was closed last alg.t be-
tween A. M. McMillla aad W. J. &
B. Forbes. whereby the former buys
the entire stock atf ry goods, cloth-
ing and shoes of that Oran. located
at the corner of Palates asd Inteanda-
cia streets.
Messrs. Forbes recently aanooaced
their retirement froi the dry goods
business, W. J. #Wbe having ac-
cepted the posiMton m cashier of tie
First National Bank. B. Forbes,
however, is to coatlgue th3 hardware
Mr. McMillan bega negotiations a
few days ago for the stock, excepting
the hardware, and these negotiations
were closed last night. He stated a
short time afterward. that t is not
"Tis intention, after disposing of the
stock, to continue in the dry goods
That pain in your back caused by
lumbago. stiff m eles or a strain is
an easy thing to get rid of. Ballard's
Sow IAnimeqt eures rheumatisnm,
:imbage, sore and st!f muscles.
strains, sprain. cuts, burns, bruises,
scalds and all aches aad pains. You
need a bottle in yr he.
Sold and recommended by W. A.
D'Alemberte. druggisti w asothbcary,
1.l South Palatex gt'eet. pansaela
At I. O. 0. P. Hall, Frday, Nov. 13.
given by Naami Rebekih I~,dge No.
10. The tickets bought the previous
week remain goed Addissio, 25


Crow sad Brfege.Work a p:ts.
Painless xtracUtg of Teui.
ed to 310 Brent **ildll
PHONE 1ar.


Dr. Chase. W. Fain,
Char-ee Moewwft.
C~ce, Masonic *dq. Nkxt ft o Wr.
T. G.At BU. 0.
410 BlouMt i ild*ng.
e aren -. 0an y
aeSwa f sn e -,

am Bamet suml mSama-


* k "
'{. -', ^'- . ,,

A great many people
brighten tmeir polished
floors by wiping them,
once or twice a month,
with a cloth dipped in
A better way is to use
Ivory Soap and luke-
warm water. Apply with
a soft cloth. Use very
little water. Wipe dry
with another soft cloth.
By following this
method, you clean youz
floors as well as brighten

Ivory Soap

9943t Per Cent. Pure.

Dr. Jno. B. Tiller
Has recovered and will resume practice
during regular ece hours At 310 Blount



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

Seli-g is True

You'll realize just what this
means by buying here.
Bulk Pickles, Sauer Kraut.
Herring, Spare Ribs and PiS'
Feet a specialty right now.
Just arrived-FLOWER AND
I We also feature /Harness,
Crockery, Stationery, Glass, Tin,
Weed and Enamel War, To-
bacao, Cigars and Feed Stuffs.
You'save money paying ash
for cash-bought merchandise at

L Duboisson &Bro.
124-125 E. Intendencia. Phone

IcCuffs Well Laundered


, --






NOVEMBER 11, 1908.


f What You Want Someone Else May Have. s ADVERI


Oj A What You Have Someone Else MaBRING REUanLT.
II* /T -Sk What You Have Someone, Else May Want.


We are offering a very nice 5-roem. one-story dwe n on North Alca-
nsi street, with a lot fronting o4 by 15 feet. OnEat Hill car line.
$1800.00. 1
Can buy a one-story dwelling on Nerth Reus asreet, near Gadsden
street. containing 5 roms, with lot 0x125 feet. This is listed for only a
low days at this price.
Will get a very nice home on DeViller street, near Gregory street, of
9 rooms, with a lot 84x150 feet. Convenient to ay car line.
ire Insurance. City Maps.

Agents mount suHalng.
Leading Real Estate, Lean and 4muwance A&sats.
lount Building, -Headtuartem be tr wtrs." Psene 54.


For 20-acre farn
room house and go
35 minutes drive fi
Fine building lo
on East Cervant
south front.
- Gets 80 acres of
on hard road, abou
from city.


*www ..www-w r
U "'" SUIT YOU. /

on lots we have" for on
n with 5- East Hill, and let you p for
od water, it like rent.
rom court How about it, Mr. Rent

t, 7037, Leslie E. Brooks Co.
es street,
43 South Palafox Street.
god land
Send on first-clas se$50000

to lend on first-class security


-. OR "SAL E. One-half block (10 lots) on short or long time. Ad- in this section $1100 |
FOR SALE. with 5-room house, wind- dress the Chaffin Bank, Mil-
F o r 11LARGE LOT COR. CHASE AND DE- mill, fruit, all fenced. East ton ,Fla. 1 J 0. W .Bollock, Jr,
Sa month for 2-story, V STS., FOR QUICK SALE Hill. PHONE MI
a month for -story, AT $10. JNO. x. DAY, 6 E. GAR- $2000Ro I om& 304-306 TThies Building
8-room and hall house with DEN 8T. $2000. WANTED. om3030TJh Bliding
8nLOID and halhouse AiO RANE. dE.GmOne 2-story-and-half house WANTED.
OnfierR imprO nenORK On FLORIDA ORANGES direct from grove,
aor t W e wrapped and packed in b .;. per NO. 505 East Gadsden St., W:E WANT to make your stencils and -L - O
Bay Shore, at White's Staa- box. Lmoos. e l bbls. onb ye a- d. Cash with oder - fairly close m. me.hanal repairing. Barraca & Thomp-i TO LOAN O hineMNs cws
t os m Ectric Car Line. Bryant, Ick Box 502o. Lakeland. fi close. son. 10 E. Garden St. Phone 619. 2 sept ON SHORT trs rres ace aos an dewa
,,tanEhnons.e$26M.Ual ORa first-clash s hotel in the city. Thew
The Fisher Real Estate FOR SALE-Nice Jersey Milk. delivered New cottage, No. 404 East IANTt n-Kodak developing and rint- NOTICE at crtahoute nd bs ihute. b
AenCV every morning. Telephone 762. T all The population was then about 30.000
ency. every ing. Teph 762novlw* Jackson Street, all conven- WANTED-Position as lineman for elec- as a dead town. Lots in the suburb
-cs. large lott W l sell O r tri light or telephone. Capable of tak- On City Real Estate in each. but the home people were loyal
FT POR SALE-Cut chrysanth.mniums for sale iences large lot. W sell on ing charge of small plant. No reasonable
FOR RENT. at w. Roa. or pnow easy terms. offer refused. Address "E Amounts from $50 Up. m.ssntheTe toy: les cm
AORTREaa t clrno lw* easy te6000 Care Journal.ynovl01w*
_. sctie lon three to flive miles from the
Sr-nih roome phone AUTOM oBILE wFOR SAL-IJ-12-hor..d FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. wANT-I-Po on as n or t M Millan MacC ure 5" to"-h
f7'Ltb an le car line, between res- poww. Bran new tires. Apply P.O0. OFFICE by experienlced man. References fur-
T mad WrEht. 222 N. Alcanis St. B 34, Century. Fla. lono.lw* Second Floor Thiesen Bidg. nished. Address C. W. Jones, 409 E. Zar- l lI The Cawthn Hotl and the New
llnov3ts ramossa. or phone 837. Tnovlw* agement i practically perfect, the
OR RETN -TW -laie airnithed rooms POR SAlaE-Cheap for ca.-th, full flooded Al STENOGRAPJIER desires* position. Real Estate, Rents and Loans, WHAT DID IT? Waterworks, sew
ath sad telephone. 22. Cur. Spring a Jes helfer very gentle. two ears Legal experience. Address X. Y. Z. 9 W. Intendencia St. Phone 271. accommodations and puh. more tha
da* streets. Reference ex a old, I fr next moth. 41e hast HELP WANTED. Care .ournal. Snovlw*. me thinS for Pensof la. Watch .
7 m 4. novlw Grelry stret, ety. Sno111* 4 -.. .. vested $10,000.00 eo far in Kupfrlan I
jv. R NT-r FOR 5* u1 i to. t --ra -ANTHD-Carriers wanted at The Jour- WANTD--A loan ot f 1000 for 2 years. We have an organization for the
mil, two ox t.ak al office. Apply Circulation Dept. Iron-clad security. Write C. L. MONEY TO LOAN. tion that ha to beat. We main
rehouse with private sidetrack. wagpis arts. Address E Walker.Journal. novlw* M salesmen who cover I' ctically all par
t W ast Garden at. near Palafox. Flomaton, Ala. w* T --arrirs wanted t he Jour- North East and West f the Oholy r
n atb ,l'oih. a- nal ,)ffie. Apply Circulation Dept. POSITION am stock clerk, shipping WE have $100,000.00 in guaranteed, first Nort e estae. We cn
-. W. e ft arragss an ]DVU- FIN papr shell pecaos, 25. :;o* nd ( - clerk, or, salesman, in wholesale class, 3 per cent mortgages on city real esa f rt ortga es. anendtobe
35e per pound in lots at ten pounds or WANTErT-An experienced cook to live grocery business or general merchan- estate in any amount from $100.00 up. eocal banks
3 -othS IPalafox. upstairs, pool more. L. C. Fisher, Milton. Fla. 7novlw* on premises. Apply Southwest corner dise line, in or out of city. References You have worked for your money, noe let local banks.
e M .0 h *ne Blount street and 12th avenue. oct21tf given. Address W V 1009 N. Davis. or it work for you. The Fisher Real Estate Our specialty Is city and suburban
-n a:nl th avenue. 310. ay mall el Erks: customs phone 363. 7novlw* Agency. 20 8So. Palafox Street. le-Jun. I tine lands.
south Tarrgonna t.. $20.00. FOR OR r- h fur- et u handle your property "
of 4 offies, I floor, Palafo S .ished unfurnished. nssti.g of1WAeEDhandieyourpuoperty.
4i 0rcolok ?2 S S V w City Tract. Cor. 6th St enrloyees. clerks at Wsngton. Corn- EASY SYSTEM of Shorthand learned in Are you getting per cent. et for
P0.00.06. and 1H. -Jl. 14 Lke-iew A,- ,'1n,-enent mal-,:' $0. No layoffs, short time. Expert stenographer desires your money? If not. you don't get all
or Vintell s1"a Or th wet half Mf ti Many examinatltins soon. Preparation pupl!:; for day or night lessons. Terms thm t is"comingto yoU" Wecanplaceit
1s rBayen 'OO. block. Termsn eay. Address J. C. Peh l-. f Wr ". Wxritt i,,;.i-eliately. Fraaknin In- reasonable. Address ". L. IL ," Care on fit mortgages on mprov u ety pJ (
1gb.eileay, moden 817..0. 21-5 Ari ona 8., Po Texas. nov7tfte 2e-nov2w erty. How much does It Pay you laid u
rvlle, modern, $17.50. 2.215 Arn e.e rE Paso, Texas. t 25.Roh- ster- N. Y. Snov-m* Journal. dovow nothing? Leslie Brooks, 112 i
13 NW. 9egory $22.50.19 FOR SALE--4175 Brunswihk-Balke hill- iANTEL-A first-class bookkeeper. Ad- WANTED-Position as shipping clerk or *"R L
7 E. Roman lar table, racticaly new, at a a.ri- resP. 0. Box 177. Pensacola, Fla. assistant stock or grocery clerk, or MONET LOANED on an knda of REAL
200 N.^ 8pr $1.00. fie. Aply ?no. E. Webb, Dollar Ie,.-s- 4nov salesman. Can accept at once. Address nal property on short notice. Eay
127 7thmn. $.. ie Cnoub. ll" -P. 0. Box sos. Snov2w rm. Suburban lots sold on easy pay-
Nar N. .ring Par. l ln no w l M wANTED-Stenographers wanted; state ..224-226 Brnt BuildingCo.. 2 W. o
2121 N north 's P large lt. $10.00. FOR BAJr--One state and county ped- salary. Address Alfred Moog's mail or- POSITION as mnmi -Ff naval stores
131 W Intendenc. e.S .00 dier's ltenAe, cheap. Address P* O. der department, Box 177. nov3tf plant. Twenty yia3 experience; best MONEYT LOANED. on ream estate and
1301 W. Intendecla. p A re. of references. Add D. B. Page. Flor- personal property In the city of Pon-
JOHN No DAY. w 1VANTED-Every man. woman and child ala. Ala. 5novlm* sacola on short notice. Terms easy. J.
6 East Qarden St FOR SALE-Horse. buggy and light in Pen cola to know about the great I W. Bullard. 28% South Palatox stre t
FOR RENT-e-room cottae at 1010 wagen. Wydotte hens. household closing out sale we are having in cloth- THIE EAST HILL B DER SHOP. Cor. Phone 1146
East Cervantes. Bath and gas. Rent goods. Vanm Winkle, E. Jackson St In r and general merchandise. E. Green- 9th avenue and W ht street. solicits
.Y,0O per month. includinB water. Apply ouTexar. novw bl*tt. 139 E. Intendencia S t. ietim your patronage. Ch, len especially In- -
00.r i per manth. Pncu i 49. .ater. wp pl lted. Good care taken Chas. Licata,
q *10-*0 E. Cervantes. Phone 549. Snovlw* FOR ALE-Several head mules, all in WANTED--Hustlers. ladies or gefttlemen, proprietor. novim
FOR RENT-New ,ottage, 5 rooms. hall good working condition. $65 and up. to canvas; fur useful household articles.
and ath. Call 107 E. Strong. City Come early f you want a bargain. Gar Quick sellers. Good money. Apply310 WANTED---Everybody to know that we WEST FLORIDA
Water and gas. Phone 1158. In*vlw field Ice Factory. novltf E. Government St. 4oet rsc running on full, tane and turning out WANT ADS.
iOR RENT----room cettae. DeSote FOR 8ALE-Thoroughly kila-dried rough WANTED-Everyone to know that the Your business solicited. Saunders Mill
.Street, near Palaf.ox, ea nd and demssed lumber. ssh, doors and ,slest and cheapest way to get ex- Co., 29 E. Garden tW. novltf r ,O.UAC'
water. J. Emmet Wolfe, 918 N. an o blinds, high-grade p hints. oils and build- ac ly what you wat at once is to put eat the
oviwo era' hardware-o. S aders1s 1Mill Co.. --- tR. an ad. In The Journal's Want Column. WANTED--To give you a chance at the APALACHICOLA.
Garden street. novett Everybody reads them and they bring great bargain in clothing and general O
results every time. merchandise now being given in our FT'LLER HOt.EL palachi I-ola. Oldest
R RET. FOR SAL-Tr a barlel of rosin chipM. a-losing out sale. E. Greenblatt, 139 E. established htfol iA .-ity: fre.t, baths,
trying (North Hill.) I 10 Bestfor a qck and good tire. Phoe REPRESENTATIVES to solicit exclu- Intendencia street. "lActlm best service. Rates t.5.ft and $2.00. Spee.-
............................. 956. C. H. Covington, 20 E. Brainard st sively or side line. the Saloon. Drug ial rates by week. S. Jenkins, Prop. 15jI
-stoy dwellin..............................$7 North uie- nlm* Dispensary and Wholesale Liquor trade WANTED-Old hats to remodel and new
2-story dwelling. North Guille- Inovdi for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran- ones to make to order. Dressmaking
mIr.e& 12 rooms..................s... 1 50". FOR SALE,-Nic family horse, and .-n- teed under the Pure Food Laws and and crochettnd noelti-s. Mrs. Eelin SA COLA ELECTRIC
-ory welling, Nor.thPalaf.ox about for le cep, at-the Pnsa'la adopted by the U. S. Government foros- Schwartz, 815 East LoRua St. 30otlm*ELECTRIC
WI ........West .nd............. Livery Stables. noviltf pital purposes. An easy seller. Write
NrhBWreln.) quick for prices, territory, etc. Box 294. WANTED-All kinds of second-hand
No. 3 North Gardelna, s rooms 35.0 FOR SALE--On account of leaving the Covington, Kentucky. 25octlme sacks. Bring them to us: ship them to
o. Ws t Gtrdeona, $ rooms .5.0 1 I wI ell hoewith afurus. Telephone us; write to us. Corner
No.17 North arcelona, rms 25.00 el sell my home with lattll fur- Garden and A ni streets. Telephone Pencola-Fort arrancas Schedule.
ANoa I% West Goarden.rooms... 0 Sh100 c2lon ts S r bt 3No. 334. F. S. Mellen & Co. eept WINTER DAILY SCHEDLU
NO .4 Wet nte:ne a. 7 rms 20.00 LOST. Effective Thursday. October 1. 1908.
Nso. 5 West &6roomp .. 12.50 l OR SWANTRTcDl-A buyer for ts5 lots In one
No. West 4t rooms... 10. SALE OR B or--ea u d br e ottagean uewith lotsonEaLeavePensacola. Leave Ft. Barrancas.
-fa m i at PFhervllie 10.00 1 kSanta RO saonS. bd. outbuild- LOST-People's Bank check booK. con- .. N. Andrews. 7 N. Palafox St. 2septtf i:t0 a. ................... 6 00 a. m.
(seeHeg t ingsl A" 611t 1" t 1 cr land. extendi> raining two chec-ks. one drawn b. L.ind- .. 6:00 a. m. .................... 7:15 a. .n.
N.Mt ma1 es .. 0.M from Pensacola, ba to Santa oRosa Sound. sey Lumber 'Co.., Pollard. Ala.. for $1s and WANTED-Your orders for fresh meat 7:15 a. mn .................... 9:0 a. In.
Wo. Arth Stht Ave a, 5 reems 20.0 0Harry W. S0111 1 Palaftox St. odd cents. Another for $2.00. Findlr r.- and vegetables. Delivered any part of R: 45 a. m. ................... :453 a. m.
9. 4 .. sms s ... *1.0 12aurg turn ftr reward to W. A. DAlemheri.-'s city. Busey's Meat Market, 100o East 8:45 a. m. .................... :30, a. m. :
^ M EStrths^" Ins -SLe. .g"s agemt go ^s Drum t I11novit*oStrong. Phone 1158. 188ept ':30 a. m:::....;....:...... .. 1<; r. m. ig
"-l p s4.s0, values D r lovt Strg. Phone 118. 8sept 10:15 im. ..................... 11:0 a. n
.. Wrt a1250 fm $10 to t$ boy 382 and $3 LOST-Fou.r m..,nths old pointer.. liver WANTED-Your shoes to repair while 11:@ a. m ................... 11 4.p a.
a" 5 uL l. iUt f go at $1-I. Must vaestn' by and white. answering to name of Cleo. you wait. Half soled in 15 mtlutes. 11:43. a. m..................... 1: p. m.
fkng tb re m. -. I ebla*e 139 E. In- Reward if r turned to 1120 E. Cervantes Sam Charles. 611 South PalafW x tr :t. 0 p. m. ................... 1 :1 p. m.
nta unt Bunntg. ta 31octlm or phlon,. 119 10novnw* Phones 514 and 1042. :: p.. m ........................ 0 p.:. m'
4.0 p. m. ................... 2:45 p. m.
tIOOTON & WATSON ~wo 8 F a .JU.A-- j.*oe French piano WATc'H eTd as new absolutely faultless, will $:,., re-ward for return to P. F. Ehlers. moving and hauling. He guarantees 3:30 p. m ...................... 4:15 p. m.
"THE RENTAL AGUNTI*" Iall cheap. call Ia person or address Box BPatdniaster. Pensacola Navy Yard. breakage. Furniture packed for sabl- 4:15 p. m. ......... Sat only 5:10 p. m.
CaM and Inspect Qur Llets. Itoene 64. Samema, Ala. 28oet-2w' 10novlw* meat. Pbon* a4: 5:00 p. in. Sat only. 5:4 n. m. 6:00 f pm.
4 :0( p. m. 5:4-, p .. :. 30 p. m. 7 00o p. m.
O RI3NT-Large brick warebeh e on ONE .AND .TWO-TEAR-OLD .Grape LO(ST--Overoat. between my oflfie and -- - 7:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 7:15 p. m. 7:20 p. m. I
tread street. Apply to Jam. McHugh. vines. Peach Trees etc. Address Jas. Goulding on the Hard Road Reward :0 p m. 7:1- p S:00p. tn. 8:30 p. m.
lae Blomeley, Ferahill Vineyard, Contonment. for return to my office promptly. F. HOTELS. 9:0oo0 p. m. 8:00 p m. :4 p m. :30 p. m Real Estate Transfers.
Fla., or apply to Clyde Blomeley. Union Rad.iiffe. 8ne1vlwo* 10:00 p. :4 p m. 9:0 p. .10: p. .
FOR RET-Store budldting n S. W. Trading Store. 25,ctlm* 11:00 p. m. ':30 p. m. 10:1 p. m.11:30 p. m.
C' ner can ma and rlIn streets. eOar of 10 ars, LOST -Pair eyeglasses with gold nose BRIGG.S' HOUSE. East Wright street. 300 10:1 p. in." 11:00p T1ras soges 'd ystada sfu tnS
Apply McMilan & Clure, 9 W. Inten- FOR SALE-Farm of 160 acres, 10 miles pring and small gold chain attached feet west of tun depot. Pe.nsaca. Th 7 11:00 p. m. n11:30 p. in. Trace ra .
dnsm SBt. Phone N1i. Oct27tf from Pensacola. Price $11Sh. Address to hk autonatici eveglass holder. Re- Fla. Out of town partiE wishing to save train fromPensala will by Pa Atrac
O P NeT 21. F. L H., P. 0. Box 782, Pensa;cola. Fla. ward for return to Mrs. C. \. Hag rman. money iby taking their meals ut restau- run as a looal train hereaftte. The- 5:10
FOeR T W 2octlm* t',r. Palatox and DeSoto Sts. Snovlwi rants, while, spending a f-w .lays in P. in. train from Barrancas will make all E. A. Clbbs to Henriett Davis. $100
city on business. will find as good ac- stops.~, except onr Saturdays, when a local -Lots 1 and 3, Bk. 98, New City
DeLuma Street ....................0 2. FOR SALE-One Fay-Shoales Typewriter, L T-one hnot seeing The un mmodations at the Briggs House as any ar will leave ig ayou at 5:20 p. m. 2 and 3, B, New City
309 E. Inteasdeita Street ......... 6.g practically new. Address Box A. A.. de- Mill Company f-for-e pureha.Ing hous- in the city. All outside roo~s and The Pensacola-Big Bayou local will be Tract.
100 5. Tarragna Stret ......... 00 Pensaclala, 10ot mateil in the builders' supply line. niey furnished. Rates only dy. discontinued except on Saturday after- ariam M. Holland to Jno. n-
120 S. Tarragona Street..........512.00 F. adcn S.novltf low rates made to sober.desirabic. peo noons.
"or. Barcelona and Intendencta .:.20.05 FOR SALE-Timbered lands in large or ple by the week. 3nov2w* Local freight vlaves Pensacola at derwood. $50-Ths N. W. 1-4 of the
33 W, Romana Street .............1%3.35 small tracts. Southern Real Etate and Lo(s.T, STRAYFI) OR STOLEN--On, 1-. .:1 a.m
7 N. PtaafK street ............... 40.0 Investment Co.. Flomaton. Ala. oct3tf month-old white and liver pointer, I ld newspapers are useful at all times 10.1 a. m. N. W. 1-4 of the S. E. 1-4, Sec. 10, Tp.
Store near Palafox nstme-d Sport. and one 6-mo0nth-old white- either it the store or In the home. The 3:30 p. in.
Iarding Houses- t t LAUNCH. feet long, 44-inch beam. 7 wth-lemon-ears s.tter named Sam. Lib- Journal sells them atfve nt per bundle Through freight leaves Pensacola at 3, N. R. 33 W.
National Hotel. 1 rooms. ........86."0 H. P. ei 1ne. Speed about 10 miles per eral reward for return to W. C. Barrl- They arenatly d ln coenleat t 1:15 P.m. R.F. Crint, Jr.. to G. W. Trammell,
IM Aven- and 13thhou..r. Apply A. A. Wrighton, 6 ptRo- neau. R. F. D.. Cottage Hil Fla. 31octlm arr. SUNDAYSCHEDULE. $650-T. 1-4 of the S. 1-4
3401 N. 1th Avenue .@* $ ateWIN'rTER RESORT-The "Old Mill" Inn. First car loaves Pensacola at 7:00 a. inm.: and the 1-2 of the S. 1-2 of N. W.
160 N. Peldf x Street............8%15.00 OLD NEWSPAPERS twr esae at this of- on bay shore. 10 minutes ride from cit second car at :00 a. in.. and from that 1-4 of S. W. 14, Sec. 5, Tp. 5, N. R.
1107 I at Cervantes .............. 10. ice at ive 0ats a bundle. BOARD AND ROOMS on electric car line. will be open for the hour on. the week day schedule will be 32 WV.
W North Reue Street ............SI.A M winter Oct. 1. All modern conveniences. observed, except a car will leave Fort E Ward to G. W. Trammell, $100-
T4 W. 'Za m a street ......... 110.0 --- Address Miss IAllie Taylor. "Old Mill" Barranca at 500 p. m. Instead of 5:10 p.. -2 of the N. 1- of he
207 N. Reus Stre t .............. .15.0- __e TWO LARGEK SINNY ROOMS. well fur- Inn. Pensacola. Fla. Phune 398. 2sept T N 1-2 of te N 14 th
14 E. Strong Street ........... ..$1.00* nished for light housekeeping. 416 E. Freight car will make but one trip, W. 1-4, Sec. 8. Tp. 5, N. R. 32 W.
1211 E. Cervantes Street ..........$l.:t Gadsden street. 10novlw* L0ST-A od opportunity to rent or ex- leaving Pensacola at 9:30 a. m A. A. Fisher to Arthur Jones S and
15th Avenue and 13th Street .12.. LIVE STOCKI a relr a yav e, uns
1300 E. Strong Street ............. '12.5 TWO rooms on .t furnished for light i erti it n The Journal's want WEST HILL SCHEDULE. thr ons.-Lots 12 and 13, Blk. 119.
1 Inte S ........ AN POULTRY eee as and phone. No. 301 colun. Passengers wishing to go to W-st Hill East Kin Tract. Bel. No. ots. 7,
wi. take North 1-111 cars and trausfer to 9. f~k. 101. East King Tract, and
$12 E. Government Street ........ 15.; \v West Chase St. nov EVERY HOTEL In aedst Florida and W{est Hill amr' at l.a Ruand irandT
1011 East Strong Street .........1.. 1 *-***.***************. FOR RENT-large furnished front room. ISouth Alabama should carry a small ad streets, except every week day afte-- 3, 1. :0 ft. of Id't ., Blk. 59. East King
r. h avenue e anrt Ja.ekson St. 15.s0 gas aiel bart. 2 obi,'k-. from Pala-fco. In this column. The cot is only $1.50 p. ni. and Sundays a fr .3 p rn.. Wien Tract. -]so lots 5 to 10, Blk. 76. We(
r. 10th avenue and 21st St .... 0 .0 EP4GOS ereggh Conkey's Laying Tonic- clheap r, nt. 216 \\. Chase St. Snovlw* ner month for four lines or less. West Hill ears wi'!l run thr,,u: Pa!afx King Tract.
L__rgc 10-rnom house on by sh__ EGG are i ff-i. street to t':e petofiP. atd t, Hill. T-ruoe' Of he B'ulah
*t Ftherville. with eletri' lights, bath. F. 8. MELLEN & C'O.. Phone No. 334. FOR I r:NT-NhIely furnishd rooms for ---- ---------- PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY, 'to te a aptist
hot and cold water: can be rented fur- rent. 17 North 'Paafox. enovlwT ALBA H \\ARREN. Mrr. church to furrell 6loman. S and
dor unfurelsh.., 2 servaat hoses E3OS FOR SETTING'-Fr,,m Pure Brer.l MISCELLANEOUS. othr cons.-4 ft. by 186 ft., S. E. cor.
: 2 blocks frea car line. Black Minorea. Northlup.< Strain. ..i d FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished rooms ..----" Blk. 337. East King Tract
(""'>rt "' Th,, Rsin.' mRua and Palatox Sta., two f- Park Poultry Yards. 14th and 20th av.-i .-.. i AI,;;i:. No. "04 \Vest Romana slret. all o'-.'asions. Crvy. -in dmun-ms. Carna- O i"a & G.0.-afLoto to 1 h Bak. 38
Supstalrs. P.O. BX 575. W. T. Tweaty. :na. 24octilm* tions and designs a .specialty. Smith. $1.000-Lots 6 to Bk. 38
The Fisher Real Estate .. .. FOR REN'r-Furnisbed or unfu-nlshed _wt Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. ott27tf In connection with the Atlanta a St. Blm t Tract
Afen frnt~ room, southern and eaa'en et-? CLUT FLOWER.d--O rders taken for all o<'- Andrews Bay Railway steamship Manteo, -- --- -
"THE RWCme^ CTOR." EDUCATIONAL. [.. Nth Hi. Private f ly. Ad-f rals" Mi- L"lla. C. Rse. 51 ps s service btwee T l- ail Laun
LL AThRYCoIRSl. Nor-. drewd, Mi dIvil e aknd all points on St. An-
rT MA .ES NO UWV--ENCE w--t 1 mItl(. Thery. Ha-,,..r-. *,',ida- FOP RI--'.T-C '--fr +ah- fcjrn3imed room' IF" YOU WANTED a nlce carrnage and drew. Bay, hIaking connections with A. RUTH
o~rl~a *r fomm. or what rot have 5l' 8t^l f -a 'rmiug. K. hv.< .m ccne i.u.n fr.m ratca horses for a weddingor to go^ t.A. B.y.trins hPanama n ctyn T Aes. SHEUoE.
for sa *rwam t or" ezchane; it at4 s awae. Phone '7. Madame ., 1.t. W . .t 60-. a!lin. whre would you go t get them St. A. B. Ry. trains Panama City, Tuo- SCotgUetm
mTak oas e whether you want PensacoSla Livery ble, or ring days and Thursdays Pen.acla, Mary shiiM ad y Ma
eno n ri u. a tste t she- MIaAsUiMSS B A f Chicago. wil! r ei- at aI ..ed. pplyT.1 S.uth Phone 39. octlSt For additional Inbermation for freight LJa e. a
int a 5g et metho MS. 30vs eu h ani hegr ners A ei an rt:eet. -3octla* 'A H. McLEObD & n Saiimaker--Can- .and passenger rates, applytla to Leav lais MSa *esday sad
mPERSONAL. G-ouo.. neighbomho ld r. d Ste : Lat.rgesuplya n f .Awnng oo.e Bell Phone 1250. asfnt ISd'.s y'Wal
PERSONAL. MR. W A PAC-K H ,--. M -\ I7oe^tm stok. 703l South lPalfx.. "5TMFg Rtlrr i- 00AT Tue A .... sdy .
SWIhMADE. S1. u 3 t the urV1. (Stut tgrdt IsT-CLAt.S BO. RD A N) ROOM-: i MERCHANTS tRA FER CO.. Tha SIDNEY KAHN, Agent. TrsayL andat a i.-
j 15 wYOt e segnomb- m), g tpep throat Italian Also rooms for ght- housekeeping at Thorsen. op. solicits all kands oe Passenger and t seice.
U A +E a P ~ L P

Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Residence Section
of East Hill, block from
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, hot and cold water,
sanitary connections, 9-
foot front and side gal-
lery. South front. Large
lot. The balance like
rent. Don't slave for
your landlord.
5 lots on 16th ave-
nue car line, the
cheapest propertv


the store. No. 101 North Palafox St..,
for 3 years. I shall be glad to ses- all my
old friends and many now ones there.
Yours for business. J. N. Andrews.

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The following report is furnishedd daily
for The Journal by Marks & Oayl-. .
0 B otton merchants, Pensacola., PFi.:
Good middling ...................... 9;-16
Strict middling .....................9 1-1
M iddling ............................ 15-16
Strict low middling ................8 11-1i
Savannah. Ga.. Nov. 10.- The following
are the naval stores quotations:
WW................................ 4*
V G ........................ ........ 6 .3
N .......... ........................ 9l
M ..................................
K .......................... ........- 4 5
I .................................... 3 'IS
E ...................................2 -7
S .................................... 8A
S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........2 87
p irit Turpentine, sU% cents.
Markets, firm.

ScmleAs Turpentine SIl
Pensacola. Fba

All VWk sTOM" 'aw oumignea
4 oem r Prfm. Woesm f"P a





For 2 Houses on Southwest Corner of 8th Ave-
nue and Strong St., renting for $13 per month.
An Investment.
We have for sale at a sacrifice to right party. a large sash. door and
blind factory and planing mill. situated at Bagdad and Pensacola. Fla. This
plant is up-to-date in every way and can be purchased on -very reasonable

206 '. Palefox St. Phone ST. Penaacola, Fleoida



ud was ankle deep at times on Dau-
roamed the streets and ate out of
lkcars were drawn by mules, and not
city limits were about two miles from
s from two and one-half to three miles
o lose Its charter and become a port.
. The traveling men looked upon t
b were selling from $200.00 to moo00
il and had faith in their city.
miles of paved streets and sidewalks, Its
Ic car system. its beautiful residence
court house, with lots selling Irom
tlon nearing 75.000, the home poioln
in an up-to-date progrlessive town.
Battle House, under the Hervey man-
city's growth wonderful.
rage, street paving, first-class hotel
n anything else. It is going to do the
t. Mobile people know it and have In-
Park lots.
handling of real estate of all descrip-
tain a large force of expert traveling
rts of the south, and have good clients
river. We want to get in touch with
'our money at 1 per cent on goqd real
recommended by one or more of our
* property, farm, timber, and turpen-
get results."


Phone 979.

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Notes of Interest Aig

Th Bay Frm.

NThe Ot-ee BE ene has arrived in
part Freeport and other 9 points.
be rght 7 barrels of naval
U.. so -"', :ast.e
' kal-a frivwl yestr
i to u Wa ain fih Cmpany

ea to, a
STe crew

Te Lt.Howard, whism

T he her est.

Te smaek Rth A. Welles saged
aterday lor tho napper ha. k.
0 *
7The mmwek tat M. IAttlereld whi
"ll today.
The iina nteaaahft Fran"
Clamp efalted anerd ayfor New Or.

The American schooner Donnaa
Christina has moved. down to the
navy yrd. where she anchored. wait-.
ft" V to roceed oher

V &a MobUe aad left last alcht for
St.. Adrews.
The river steamer Verene arrived
yesterday with a cargo of naval stores.

The stemashrp Cimbria to ready
for, sea t nd wil probably sal today.
a a o
The London steel screw stremsip
Casilda, owned by Messrs. Bucknall
Bros- has been sold to continental
rhasers for about 26,000 0 Onnds
vessel was constructed yStr
J. Laing & Son. Ltd., aunderland, in
1902, and hl na grom tonnae ot
3.980 tons. he waa fitted with triple
expaslona engines, having cylinders
S4-inach 37-Inch and 67-inch, with a
stroke of 45-ltch, producing net 362-
borsepower. by Mr. G. Clark, Ltd.,
The F reneh rot screw steamship
VlUedauer, ex-Endymlon. ewned by
Mro. J. B. Daleet, lMad elien. has
beet sold to Genoa purchasers for
about 7.s00 wo n4*. The vessel was
coLmtructed by Sir J. Laing & Son and
"1" a gro rexster of 2.416 tons, she
wa 8ittoes with compound engines,

having cylinders 31-inch and 68-icna,
wi*t a stroke of 45-inch, producing net
242 horsepower, by the builders.
The West Hartlepool steel screw
steamship Suningdale, owned by J.
A. Wood & Co., has been sold to
Messrs. John Wood & Co., of London.
The vessel was constructed by Pop-
ner & Son., Stockton, in 1896, and
has a gross register of 2,416 tons.
She was fitted with triple expansion
engines, having cylInders 21 1-2-inch,
35-inch and 55-inch, with a stroke of
394nch, producing net 225 horsepow-
er, by Messrs. T. Richardson & Sons,
The iront screw steamships Africa
and Australia, and the steel screw
steamship Kurland, all owned by the
Dampfschiffahrts Gelleschaft Argo.
Bremen, have been sold to the Ocean
Navigation Company (Messrs. I Dens
& Co., managaa) Antwerp. The Afri-
ca was constructed by the Weser Co.,
Bremen, in 1883. and has a gross reg-
later of 2,170 tons. She was fitted
with compound engines, having eylin-
ders 31-iach aid 66-inch, with a stroke
of 42-inch, producing net 235 horse-
,ower, by the builers. The Australia
was built by the same firm in 1884,
and hhs a gross register of 2,196 tons.
Se was, fitted with compound en-
-lss, hoping eplieden 3&-2 ineh and
64sich, with a -stroke 'of 42-inch,
roddcf net 4365- horsepower, by the
builders, The 'Kurland was built by
Messrs. J. L. Thompson & Sons, Sun-
derlandl, In 1886. and has a gross reg-
ister of 1.962 tons; she was fitted
with triple expansion engines, hav-
ing cylinders 21 1-2-Inch. 35-inch and
58-inch, with a stroke of ";9-inch, prq4
during net 241 horsepower, by the
Northeastern Marine Engineering
Company, Ltd., Sunderland.
The construction of ninety-three
sail and steam vessels of 5.310 tons
gross was completed In the United
States and oflcially numbered by the
bureau of navi attjm of the Depart-
meat of Commerce *-ad Labor last
month. Of these, seventeen sailing
and thirty-two.steam esels were
erected on the Atlantic and Gulf
coasts, one sailing vessel ih Porto Ri-
co. four salifg and seventeen steam
vessels on the Pacific coast, nine
steam vessels on the Great Dakes, and
thirteen steam vessels on the western
rivers. All the vessels, were contract.
ed of wood except one on the Great
Lakes, waich W -built of steel.
Five guineas per cent ,hap. been
paid of the steel four-masted bark
Austrlia. of 2.*68 tons, built at Port
Glasgow in 1892 by Messrs. Russell
& Co., and owned by Messrs. J. &
W. Goffey. of IAverpool. which sail-
ed from. Pisaugua on July 24 bound
for Falmouth.
* *
Eight guineas per cent has been
paid on the iron ship Derwent, of
1.890 tons, built at Dumbarton in 1884,
by Messrs. McMillan & Son, and
owned by Messrs. Chr. Nielson &
Co.. of Laurvig, which -ailed from
Tchio. New Caledonia. July 17,
bound for Delaware Breakwater.
0 a
Rarkstron. Br As. Golborne. 2916. for
Rio Janeiro to Gulf Transit Co.
* *
f'rancisco Ciampi. Ital s., Maresca,
for Genoa, via New Orleans, with 549
tons phosphate rock.
Cimbria. Dan sa. Paulsen. 1855. for
Nybowr, with 8.405.951 lbs cottonseed
oil cake.
Chas. LeCour., French .s., Letestu.

Series of Meetings to be Held

by Dr. Routzahn in Flor-

ida and Georgia.

Special to The Journal.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 10.-A series of
meetings are being held in prepara-
tion for the Anti-Tuberculosis cam-
paign in the state of Georgia. Plans
for similar campaigns in Florida wiU
be worked out in Jacksonville during
Wednesday, with' a conference of in-
fluential citizens representing different
parts of the state, will come together
to meet the representatives of the Na-
tional Association for the Study and
Prevention of Tuberculosis, E. 0. Rout.-
zahn, director of the traveling repre-
sentatives of the South.
Local conferences will be held in
Tampa during Priday and at Pensa-
cola during Monday. These three
days of special conference in the chief
cities of Florida are expected to pre-
pare for a vigorous movement against
tuberculosis throughout the state. The
plans for the state will include special
exhibits in the larger cities together
with one day meetings in the larger
towns, in addition to meetings to be
-held in practically every 4coununity
throughout the state.



Iarge Audience Congregat-

ed at First


Church Last Night.

On Monday night a good sized au-
dience gathered in the First Christ-
ian church on C-hase street and wit-
nessed the beginning of a series of
revival meetings under the leader.
,hip of Dr. Claude E. Hill, pastor of
the First, Christian church. Mobile.
Last night the audience was con-.
siderably larger than on t7he night
before, and if the comments of those
resent at the first two services may
be taken a. indicative of the impres-
sion Mr. Hill generally makes on
those who hear him. it is only a
question of a few nights until the
house will be too small to hold the
people who will desire to hear him.
As stated above, Mr. Hill is from
Mobile. He has been pastor in that
city for nearly six years and has
built a great church.
He preaches twice every Sunday to
large audience and it rated -not only
as popular in Mobile. but is one of
the most effective and attractive
preachers in the soult. Besides be-
ing pastor of a large church, Mr. Hill
is .president of the Alabama Christ-
ian Endeavor ITnion, Natioaal Super-
intentident of Christian EnJeavor for
the Disciples, and a trustee-of the
World's Christian Endeavor Union.
He i< also one of the most popular lee-
turers of the New Dixie Lveeium Bu-
reau and is in constant demand all
over the south.
The church in this city. with Rev.
Thomas Lenox .pastor. la growing
rapidly, and plans are already on
foot to erect a magnificent new
church building. The American Christ-
ian Missionary Society and the board
of church extension, with a perma-
nont fund of nearly $1,000..00, are
supporting the work in this city and
the church is therefore, not. Only per-
manent. but has an .-xceptlesally
bright future before it.
The services will continue lade-.
nitely and begin each evening at 7:20.
The subject for last nlgat was "The
Faith That Makes Men Faithfil."
Both pastor and congregation joaJin
a cordial invitation to all to attanm
these services.

Gophers. Chickens and g,,
ways on hand. Phone 343. 01
Baylen. corner GoweramuW. J .
LRhodeaS. .


1446, Cardif to Gutf Tranit O.
Br. as. P-krteB. Rio J.animers
Gulf Transit Co.
Zanzibar, Br. s., Torkelsm, 191k
Santos to the KeyaMr-MUea Co.
Cimbria, Dan ss. Pausea, 1855, Tam-
pico to Gulf Trasitt Co.
. Hollingside. Br es, W1IlIa, 1713.
Dakar to South Atlantic StaumhfP
Venus, Br as, Goowta, 2260, Bellt
to Gulf Transit Co.*
Vlvina, Span as. :.rroteatul. 1983.
Li erpool, to Gulf Transit Co.
obe, Ital ship. IBo.s, 1482, Monte
eo to Rosasco Bros.
Mjca. Nor ship. Arnesena,. 990.
Buenos Ayres to A. Zellus.
Mabella, Nor ship, Backer, 1632,
Aberdeen to order.
Ocean, Rus bk, Erikeen, 1239, Rio
Janeiro to A. Zelius.
Remonstrant, Nor bk. Rostrup, 1509,
Puerto Cabelo to A. Zelius.
Nordlyset, Nor bk, Christensen,
1464, Buenos Ayres to master.
San Antonio, Span. bk, Roura, 1242,
Havana to master.
Hiawatha, Nor bk, Jqhnson. 1406.
Liverpool to master.
Gavarose Fratelli. Ital bk, Rittore,
1463, Genoa to master.

Not a 10c cigar for 5c, but
A 5c cigar for 5c. That's
enough. The El Proviso Ci-
gar for sale at Imperial Cigar


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

Florida and Alabama'
Iamuetrs atr
e-- Dseissam


Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Assocla-
tions meets at Knights of Columbus
Hall the first Friday in each month
at 7:30,p. m.

J .N. 1



Sugu, M. W. Murphy, Inspectors: W. A.
K'uhn, Clerk.
Precinct No. 26.-W. E. Taylor. J. W.
Collips, S.- Lykes, Inspectors; B. F.
Iindaay. Clerk.
Precinct No. 2T.-W. L. Tharp. J. F. L.
uinar Jr..A b. Blngham Inspectors; J.
. Rodenstein. Clerk.
Precinct No. 28.-J. E. Bell. M. W.
Peterson J. E. Taylor, Inspectors; A. R.
I.angfprd. Clerk.
Precinct No. 29.-H. E. Tate. W. W.
Wolfe. D. B. Morrison. Inspectors; Dan H.
Sb inrd. Clerk.
Pectnct. No. 3.-W. W- Ptter, H. A.
Lurtln. C- J. Stephens, Inspectors; F.
Rust Smith. Clerk.
Precinct No. 31.-T. W. Grimaley. Lem
Burnm Geo. P. Wentworth. Inspectors;
Tom Shelby. Clerk.
Precinct No. 32.-Robert Bear. P. Klein,
C. A. Wales, inspectors; Chas. P. Bell,
Preelact'No. .13-W. T. Godwin, J. F.
Rigsby, Tom Coleman. Inspectors; Joseph
G. Hank. Clerk.
Thie usual polling places. used at the
Georil elect* n of November 3rd. 190A. to
be uat at this special election.
By the commissioners attest.
Clerk Board County Commissioners, Es-
cambia County. Florida-
octz"&wtd a Deputy Clerk.


Census Bureau Makes An-

nouncement Showing

An Early Crop.

Washing, Nov. 10.-There are 26-
290 active ginners and 8,199,782 bales
of cotton ginned from the growth of
1908 to November 1. These figures,
announced by the census bureau to-
day. are again-t 26.069 ginneries and
6,128,562 bales at the corresponding
-date in 1907, 27$70 ginneries and
6,906,395 bales in 1906, and 27,802 gin-
neries and 6.547.595 bales in 1905. The
report counts round bales as half bales
and includes 149,340 round bales for
1908, 125,785 for 1907, 169.741 for 1906.
and 183,870 for 1905. The number of
Sea Icland bales included is 45.395 for
1908, 33,331 for 1907, 21,706 for 1906,
and 49.101 for 1905.
The number of bales and active gin-
neries respectively by states on Nov.
1, 1908 follows: \
Bale.. Ginneries.
Alabama ........ 894,123 3.633
Arkansas ....... 536.65S 2,016
Florida ......... 536,65s 241
Georgia ... .......1,383,816 4,321
Kentucky & N. M.. 954 4
Louisiana ... .... 290.099 1.559
Mississippi .. .... 893.546 3,309
Missouri ... ..... 30,940 69
North Carolina .... 373,1S8 2.606
Oklahoma ... .... 219.869 941
South Carolina .... 822,369 3.133
Tennessee ... .... 199,621 605
Texas .......... 2,504,886 4,046
Virginia ... ..... 4,657 87
The distribution of cotton by states
Florida ................. 19,057
Georgia ................. 21,99s
South Carolina ............ 4,440
can't tell you in words what the trou-
ble Is; but if its complexion gets
pasty, If It gets weaker and weaker,
loses flesh and is cross and peevish
you can be certain that it ees worms.
Give it White's Cream Vermifuge,
guaratsaed unless". Expels the
worms and puts tbe baby in a healthy
normal condition.
Sold and reoooMended by W. A.
D'Alamberte. riuggist and apothecary,
121 South Palasox street, Pensacola,



Last Season's Work is Now

to Be Renewed And

Florida Visited.

Special to Ti. JournaL.
New York, Nov. 10.-Southward
swings the battle against consumption,
the "dread destroyer." Last season's
battling in the south will be renewed
this week. From the New York head-
quarters of the national associationN
quarters of the National Association
for thq Study and Prevention of Tu-
bercelosis goes a scouting party to
spy out the :and and line up the
forces from Tennessee to the gulf.
Leaving New York Wednesday Di-
rector E. G. Routzahn, of the travel-
ing exhibit, sent out by the National
Association, will visit points in South-
era states. This two weeks of pre-
liminary campaigning will includet a
series of conferences with Business
men, physicians, club women, -health
officers and school people. Commit-
tee meetings, public addresses and
stereopticon sessions will fill up the
program according to the following
Wednesday, November 4th, leave
New York.
Thursday. November 5th. Knoxville.
Friday, November 6th, Chattanooga.
Saturday, November 7th, Nashville.
Monday, November 9th, Atlanta.
Tuesday, November 10th, Jackson-
Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 11
and 12th. Tampa.
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13 and
14th, Pensacola.
Monday. Nov. 16th, Mobile.
Tuesday, Nov. 17th. Montgomery.
Then back to Tennessee.

Pensacola, Fla.

Naomi d- No. 10, Daughters of
Rebekah met very Monday night at
S*o'clock at 1. O. F. hal. vsltlng
waters= cordially Invited to he pri ent.
Neither the. Captain. Owners
nor Consignees of the British
steamship BaLrkston, will be
responsible for debts contract-
ed by the crew of said vessel.
Legal Advertiscments.
In I!cambia County Circuit Court. State
of Florida. Agnes Covington. Complain-
ant. vs. William Covington. Defendant-
On Monday. the 1Ith day of December,
A. D. 1908. the defendant. William Cov-
Ington. Is required to appear to the bill
filed against him herein. This order to
be published once each week for Four (4)
consecutive weeks in The Pensacola Jour-
nal. a newspaper published in said Es-
cambia County. Angus M. MeMillan,
Clerk of Circuit Court. By C. G. Harts-
field. Deputy Clerk. Pensacola. Fla No-
vember 10th. 1908. novlloaw4w
In Circuit Court. ,Escamhia County, State
of FPorkLi. Fred Huggins. Complainant.
vs. CoraeHuggins. lDefendant-Divorce.
On Monday, the 14th day of Decemler.
A. 'D. 1908. the defendant, Cora Huggins.
Is required to appear to the bill glled
against Ier herein. This order to be
published once each week for Four 44)
consecutive weeks in The Pensacola
Journal. a newspaper published in said
Escambla County. Angus M. McMillan,
Clerk of the Circuit Court. By C. O.
Hartsfleld. Deputy Clerk. Pensacola.
Florida. November 10th. 1908. novlloaw4w
In Escambia County Circuit Court. State
of Florida. C. N. Levy. Complainant,
vs. W. T. English and Nora E. English.
On Monday, the 14th day of December.
A. D. 1908, the defendants, W. T. English.
and Nora E. English. are required to ap-
pear to the bill flied against them here-
In. This order to be published once each
week for Four (4) consecutive weeks In
The Pensacola Journal. a newspaper pub-
lished in said Escambla County. Angus
JM. McMillan. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By C. G. Hartsfield. Deputy Clerk. Pen-
parola. Fla.. Nov. 10th. 1908. novlloaw4w
The Board of County Commissioners in
and for Escambia county. Florida. wil:
receive bids for the construction df a
wooden bridge to be built across "Little
Bayou." Plans and specifications on file
at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Rids will close at 12 o'clock.* noon.
Tuesday, November 21st, 1908.
Clerk Board County Commissioners.
IDeputy Clerk.
Pensacola. Fla.. Oct. 19. 1908.
Estate of N. E. Theis, Deceased-Notice
is hereby given that on the lith day of
February. 1'09. I will apply to the Honor-
able Henry Bellinger. County .-udge of EFs-
cambia County. Florida. at Pensacola. for
a final settlement of my accounts and a
Discharge from the andiniistration of said
Aug. 11, 1908. Administratrix.
The Board of County -CommissiOners
in speclalession this day. appointed the
Inspectors and Clerks hereinafter named,
to serve at the Special election to be held
on the 12th day of November. 1908. to
determine whether the county shall issue
Bonds for the purpose of constructing
paved, macadamised or other hard surface
Precinct No. 1.-41. F. Parsons. Archie
Benton, and Wm. Rich. Inspectors; Victor
Goldbach, Clerk.
Precinct No: 2.-- J. Shivers, Sr.. Wm.
Archie, Bruno Caro, Inspectors; H. C.
Miller. Clerk.
Precinct. No. 3.-H1. T. Purcell. J. C.
Hendrix, and John F. Coppersmith. In-
spectors; Geo. A. Morrell. Clerk
Precinct No. 4.--. P. Landgrtn. W. B.!
Nobles. A. C. Tippin, Inspectors; P. W. I
McLean. Clerk.
Precinct, No. 5.-Jas. Fisher. E. L.
Shelby, A. L. Webb, Inspectors; Henry
Frater, Clerk.
Precinct, No. 6.-Theo. Heck. T. J.
Davison, Alex McVoy, Inspectors; 0. E.
Jennings, Clerk.
Precinct No. 7.-A. D1) Nichelson. B. H.
Hastings. T. McMillen, Inspectors; T.
S. Sowell. Jr., Clerk.
Precinct No. 8.-Taylor Crabtroc. A. L.
MacCallum, Henry Chalker, Inspectors;
Elvin B. Morgan. Clerk.
Precinct No. 9.-W. R. Stilley. W. C.
Williams. J. W. Gilmore. Inspectors; .N.
N. J. Brewton, Clerk.
Precinct No. 10.-R. F. Henderson. M.
D. McArthur, C. J. Ward. Inspectors;
Chan. Graham. Clerk.
Precinct No. 11.-D. B. Steel. M. L.
Bartley. F. R.- Agerton. Inspectors; .r.
B. Steward, Clerk.
Precinct No. 12.-A. L. Macon. D. A.
Reumnont, L. K. Clarke. Inspe'ors; Pete
McLellan. Clerk.
Precinct No. 13.-W. B. Reagan. A. R.
Hoffman. Henry M. Ynnge, Inspectors;

LeBaron, D. B. Reed, Inspectors; Jos. 1.
Johnson. Clerk.
Precinct No. 15.--.I. C. Pterson. T. S.
Caro. J. B. Dougherty, Inspectors; J.. C.
Porter. Clerk.
Precinct No. 16.-H. H. Bacher. Jas.
Steward, Gee. Locke. Inspectors: W. B.
Hubbird. Clerk.
Precinct No. 17.-Dave Johnson. K. L.
Jones, W. H. Kilbee, Inspectors; John L.
Hoyt. Clerk.
Precinct No. IS.--John Gibson. Henry
Johnson. R. J. Brewton. Inspe-tor;.: VV.
Vaugahn,. C. F. Barrineau, Inspectors;
P. Bowman. Clerk.
Precinct No. 19.--V. B. Miller. WV. F.
L. C. Crabtree, Clark;
Vaughn.. C. R. Barrineau, Inspector; L.
C. Crabtree. Clerk.
Preclnct No. 20.-Mark M< Curdy. J. F.
Mitechell, W. R. Eubanks. Inspectors; IL
H. Renfroe. Clerk.
Precinct No. 21.-J. H. Patterson. Ed.
Hall W. D. Henderson, Sr., Inspectors;
Ed. Gale Bonifay. Clerk.
Precinct No. 22.--W. A. Boyett, F. A.
Mayo, Jim Green, Inspectors; W. H. Mayo.
Precinct No. 23.-Chas. Taplin. John
Taylor. John GiUmnore, Inspectors; H. C.
Killum, C4'rk.
Precnetf No. 24 -Tom Haley, Tom Har-
ris. J. G. Davenport. Inspectors; T. M.
Scartltt. Clerk.
Precinct No. 25.-Ed. Ashton. H. A.

Capital, $0,000.00
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The.. F. Wqst.
W. L- %".yr
Caul H. Jernagaum.

J. R. JennIlngo
W. C. Dewberry.
J. H. PacW,
J. A. Wrilht,




about it-It only requires determination
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in life. Place a dollar In our Savlngs De-
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...- ; and you will soon form the saving
matt and establishh yourself and have
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Colbuwns thisnonaiug.

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man who has money. Are you in position to take ad-
vantage of them? Have you the money? Then, by
all means start a savings account here and add to it
with every dollar you can spare and you'll soon be in
position to take advantage of the golden oppoituni-
ties that are daily offering themselves to men with
Four per cent. compounded, paid on savings de-

First National Bank

of Pensacola, Florida.
Designated Depository of the United States
W. N. Knowles, Preident. W. K. Hyer. Jr.. Vle*-PrelIdent and Caeger.
Thee. W. Brent. Ae~at. Cashle W. N. Rober Aasst. Cashler.
ectere--F. C. ret W. A. itseat. W. M. Knewles, W. K. Nyer. Jr. and
Know. Myr.

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Winter Evening

I Profitable

With good light at night those who
wish it may make their evenings
profitable without the conequent tir-
ing and injury of eyes, if they use the
Welsbaco Single Gas Arc. Applied to
any gas fixture for $1.50. Costs only
about 3-4 cents an hour.

Phone 148 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.



A G~emral Mawaklg seiedh mCuw d uM as Cesevative
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tio. "The Thief" appeas at t*e Pea-
=ecola opera eime Friday a ht.
His eNor, The 0sym.
The unique lauchgbi success. "HiE
Honor the Mayor" come to the Pen-
sacola opera house next ,Monday
night and theaters wlhw have
read of Its remarkable run In New
York City and Chicago, are expect -.
a rare treat. The play is aild to be
the swiftest in point, of action of any



and are atted to the diaMim ed bav hbee chown as
The U. S. Goverunwt he was t qm i of higer price
and phced qvity firt in its slectio. T great fleet of
t2 in te Pacik has received tpuyvtU o many tons
.achbt Roads, San Francisco ald 'ai. Shipments
of "LOWN 'Sgo forwd to the aes nwnthly for the

"N ,- .- -=- r ,. , a,

Grace Breech in


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At the Orphoum.
The Orpheum continues to do 'big
business. which 'is an evidence that
this theatre Is putting on a good-
show. Miss DeVerne. the female bar.
tone, continues to make good. She-
keeps her audiences guessing whethj
er she is a man or a woman when
she dings from the wings. Kalcratas
and Robinson are two clever perfbrm-
-ers and they win great applause.
Story and Van are certainly musi-
cians. and xylophone artists of o lit-
tle ability. Those who have -iV 'et
seen the show. this week have wer-
talnly missed a treat.
Brown of Harvard.
The starring system of the last
two decades has wrought wondert.l
developments in all branches.o( the-
strical life. In a -business sense, it
has proved an absolute sircess. By
the use of portraiture in advertislang,
mangers hav dena their. invest-
ents in this field pcrmaveat ant
have experienced that a- following
once founded by offering both a .stai
and a play. at a bargain as it were.
can be held by the charm of a per
sonality long after the drawing power
of the play has disappeared-
That this commercial success.h,ow
Oeverha hampered the artistic effort
can battly be denied. Dramatists
bave been forced to confine their char*
actor drawings to the limitations of
the aotor who plays one particular line
of arts and the growlg tendency of
the .)m run has dwarfed the develop
-a t o artists in minor capacities.
AMhough yeo hfl both in appear-
anee sad ambition. Mr. James Young,
whom the Shuberts offer in the title

rele of .Brown of Harvard at the Pen-
sarola opera house on Nov. J6 is, by
WaIning and association an actor ot
[ejOSt varied experience. bringing
to6 *h study of a part written for himn
y wife, Rida Johnston Yotmg.
t.ttecffqtue gained under the tutelage
' two greatest masters of ourn
1'Wf Augustin Daly and Sir Henry Ir
VYhg. His versatility has been test-
ed by is performance of roles rang-
!ng from the' light romantic juveniles
of S9ake, are with Viola Allen to
the ;sonbr, crabbed heavies of Ibsen
with Mrs. Pi'ke and his engagement
here should interest all critical play-
"The T ef."
Charles Frohman has produced a
play called "The Thief". translated
from the 'rench of Henry Bernstein.
"The Thier" tells the story of a
woman who steals in order to have
money for clothes to win bh'r hus-
band's admiration. That, to begin
with. is a change from the average
play, in which we find a husband or a
wife trying to get as far away as pos-
sible from, the life partner, trying to
drown a past, polish up a present, oi
do something else along the lines of
the 'divorce courts.
"The Thief" is a woman deeply in
love with her husband, and tortured
by his indifference. She notices that
he 'has no eyes for her in the simple
clothes that she can afford. Sine
knows that she would be as attractive
and as interesting as others if she
possessed their various fancy trim-
mings, and she is determined that
"he will be trimmed and decorated as
,they are. to win her husband's admira-

When it Comes to Young Men's

We are "here with the goods." Any well inform-
ed man in Pensacola will tell you that.
There's not a style kink or detail in the cut or
tailoring in our Young Men's Suits omitted. -
Fashionable patterns and the all stable blacks anBl
41ue=, $15 to $36.

Comer .Palafox
and Main



Corn~er Palafez
and Gov't.
Ph... 476



School Itmprovmicat Assn.
to Exhibit Fine Flowers
Friday Afternoon.

The chrysanthemum sIhw. given by
the School Improvement Association.
which is to occur at the Keyser build-
inf; opposite the court house on Fri-
day, promises to be one of the most
Interesting events of its kind which
has-evor occurred in Pensacola. Al-
ready a keen rivalry is noted among
the children who will be among the
I chief exhibitors. ard there is pleaity
of speculation as to who will carr3 optf
Sthe blue ri'obon.
It should he thoroughly borne in
mind fahat not only particularly large
j blooms, birt also "mums" great and
S"mrms" small will be most acceptable,
the arrangement having been made,
in fact. not only to award q $3 prize
for the best single bloom, bit also to
award a second prize, also for $3, for
the finest collection of flowers. Ex-
hibitors Wave been instructed t6 send
or bring their flowers to tieir respect-
.ive schools on Friday morning, when
they will be conveyed together to the
Keyser building.
Each pupil will be supplied with a
tag. upon which is to appear his
name and address. These tags will be
attached to The flowers, and the names
of the various exhibits thus kept track
of. The flowers will be sold during
the afternoon, the proceeds to be
used toward defraying the expenses
attendant upon the exhibition.

His Honor, the Mayor

production now on the road, and
wten it is told that the music is by
Julian FAwards and Alfred E. Aarons.
it may be- judged how tuneful and har-
monious is the score. Little Chip
and Mary Marble, two of the mos.
popular comedians on the American
stage, are the principal fun makers of
the big company of sixty that Jos. M
Gates has engaged to present "Hil&
Honor ThTe Mayor." The English
pony *ballet contributes a sparkle to
the performance by their dancing.
They are distinctly in a class by them-
selves, rendered the more attractive
by the chatIng personalities of these
diminutive dancers. The supporting
ca-t has been chosen with regard tc
Individual fitness for each part and
embraces well known artists.
"The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary."
May Robson is announced for
Thursday night, Nov. 19, at the opera
house in "The Rejuvenation of Aunt
Mary." the comedy in which she has
nightly for the past year pleased large
audiences. Miss Robson is delightful
In her quaint role of Aunt Mary, which
is well adapted to her laugh-provoking
capabilities, and, at the same time.
one that gives her opportunity for
work of t'he more subtle sort.
Aunt Mary is so funny that the
three acts ripple and bubble with
laughter. Miss Robson loeeh ler own
identity completely in the rolk. Her
quiet. old fashioned wit and humor is
spontaneous and mixed with the sad-
ness that her nephew brings into her
life. alternately lightens and saddens
he;- audience.
May Robson as "Aunt" Mary"
stands alone. She has created a dis-
tilt character and acts it with such
fidelity that we might easily imagine
her the Aunt Mary of our own -home.
to neglect your health. The worst
neglect that you can be guilty of is
to allow constipation. biliousness or.
any liver or bowel trouble to continue
It is pefoiontag your entire system and
may lead to a serious chronic disease.
Take Ballard's Herbine and get abso-
lutely well. The sure cure for any
and all troubles of the stomach, Uver
and bowels.
Sold and recommended by W. A.
D'Alemberte, druggist and apothacag,
121 South Palafox street. Peasacola,
Capt. McAffee.
Left Last Night.
Captain and Mrs. McAffee left last
night for Columbus. Ga.. where they
will be in charge of the Salvation
Army corps of that city. They were
accompanied by Entsin Deibert. wto
will assist in the winter'%, campaign
as planned in the Georgia city. which
will be remarkable from the fact that
for five years there has been no Sal-
vat ion Army representatives in Co-
Results Voting Contest for Sacred
Heart Church Bazaar.
.T. N. Andrews :31. Frank ReIlly 25,
Capt. R. Rochcblave 22. L. S. Brown
6. J S. McGanghey 1. P. K. Towge 1,
B. S. Williams 1. Vote at Brawner-
Riera Store.
Subscribe for The journal.

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s fail. xcd lookin<. rav r,n,
tr titr an'i a poulish d o.di.-r of
uiblish.r's pr.. si1.:.; Mine. $ .3.
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Electrical Conuactor
Electrical fixtures, 4"esk lights,
telephone brackets, etc.

Phones 345 anw 956.



Interesting Affair Given Last
Night by Damon Lodge
Number 13.

One of the notable events to occur
In local fraternal ctirles this season
was the celebration of the 21st anni-
versary of Damon Lodge No. 13,
Knights of Pythias, which took place
last night. At 7:30 o'cloctc the mem-
bers of this popular organization had

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"Every Lover of the Drama Should Go
and See 'The Thief.'"
(Wm. Winter in the New York Tribune.)
Prices, 50, 75, $1.00 and $1.50.
Boxes, $2.00.
Seats on sale Wednesday at 9 a. m.

'Miss Thelma DeVerne- Phenomenal
LadyeBaritone Soloist.. First Appearance
In the South.
Kalcratus and Robinson-Novelty Art-
Ilat Introducing Mil Elisha, World*
Famous Contortlonlst J Nothing like this
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Thelma DeVernee & Co.-ln a Big Com-
edy Singing and Musical Sketch, assisted
by Nelson E. Story and Harry C. Van.
Zylophone Experts.
This Big Act Alone is Worth the Price
of Admission. The Ladies and Children
are requested to attend the Matinees, as
large crowds are expected at nignt.
Important Notice--Deers open for Mati-
nee at 3:30. Curtain rises at 4 p. mn.
sharp. So be there and get on time.
This Is a big show, all of the acts having
been playing the leading theatres of tPe
'north. No raise in prices.
Matinee prices. 10c to all. Night prices.
10 and 20c. One Matinee every day.
Three night shows. 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30.








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Cookies and Cakes Free to the Ladies.

By the Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
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Daily till Saturday, November 14th, noon, where our
experts, the Misses DeLettres, will be pleased to
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Saturday noon our demonstrations end in this city. We will continue, how-
ever, at MILTON, Nov. 16, 17, and 18, at Fisher & Co.'s dry goods store.
DeFUNIAK, November 19, 20 and 21, at W. E. Parrish & Co.'s store. All
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assembled at the hall. the program
of the evening commencing at t.iat
hour and moving along at a rapid and
interesting pace tintil all that had
been planned to take place ha.i been
accomplished to the utmost satisfac-
tion of all who were present.
Members 21 Years.
Probably the most interesting feat-
ure of the evening occurred when, in
recognition of the fact t-:at they had
been members of the local organiza-
tion during the entire 21 ycars of Its
existence, badges of honor were pre-
sented to the following geRtlemen'
Messrs. Abe Daniell], Dave Kuiglo-
man, C .B. Parkhill. A. C. Blount.
Jr.. W. B. Wright. H. H Smith. F.
M. Williams. and W. P. Reed. These
worthy Pythians. who -iad weathered
the local situation since ihe birth of
the fraternity in Pensaeola. 21. years
ago. received the congratulations due
them f,'om a host of admirers who
recognized a group of loCze men in
whom any order mig'it well take
Refreshments were ser-ed. a most
interesting and pleasant hunr of so-
cial diversion enjoyed. The tollow-
ing program was carried out most sat-
isfactorily, the entire event proviRg
most worthy of one of the city's most
prosperous and popular organizations:
The Program.
Opening Ode-Members.
Introduction of Hon. A. C. Blount,
Jr., master of ceremonies, by E. S.
Cravens. C. C. *
Quartette. Selected-Miss Ellie
Wentworth, Mrs. F. E. Brawner. Rev.
T. M. Calloway. E. S. Cravens.
History of Damon Lodge No. 13-
Address by J. Emmet Wolfe,. G. C.
Violin and Cornet Duet. Selected-
Messrs. Max J. Heinberg and J. Ku-
Address-Hon. T. E. W. lies. S. R.
aolo, Selected-Miss Ellie Went-
Presentation of Certificates to Char-
ter Members, By Hon. R. Pope Rees.f
Mrs. J. M. Flinn. pianist.
ToaRt to Damon Lodee.
Response by Scott M. Loftin.
The following permits were issued


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Top Buggies and Runabouts. Light Delivery Wagen*. White
Hickory Wagons. Very light One -home Surreys.


Life Motion Pictures and Illustrated Songs.

New Reels of the Very latest and Besc Pictures Daily

Children's Days Mondays and Thursdays, from
3 to 6 p. m. One child free with each paid admission.


yesterday by Building Inspector Ren-
To A. A. Fisher to erect a one-
story frame dwelling. 15x40 feet, on
North C street. near Gadsden.
To A. A. Fisher to erect three one-
story frame dwelling-, 15x40 feet, on
East Belmont street, near Tenth av-
To A. A. Fisher, to erect three
one-story frame dwellings, 15x40 feet,
on North .1 street, near Cervantes.
To Charles Hartman to repair a
building at 300 West Zarragossa


Special to The Journal.
Cottage Hill, Nov. 10.-The weather
for the past- week has. been beautiful.
middle of November that it is neces-
fortable. Think of It, our northern
brothers and sisters-so warm in the
middle of November that it is unneces-
sary for comfort to go in your shirt
The crops are in splendid condition.
especially the cane crop, and we are


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having lots of "flap jakks and lawes."
Mr. Wampler is visiting Pensacola
Mrs. Meyers, otrr agept and post-
mis iress, is suffering with a bone
felon, but after having it lanced, la
somewhat better, but still painful.
S. D. Bennett, Sr., we understand.
has traded for his farm, and if he
realizes onJjs other expectations, will
settle down to farming.
R. E. Gonzalez, chief clerk to the.
master of trains, of the L. & N. R..R,,
was in our town for a short while Snn-
day. Mr. Gonzalez says Cottage Hill
is his favorite town.
It looks like rain today and prom-
ises of colder weather.
Notice is hereby given that the an-
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Packard Land Co3"!any* will be
held at its office in the c!ty of Pen-
sacola, Fla., on the first day of De-
cember, A. D., 190., at 11 o'clock .p.
oaw2w Secretary and Treasurer.
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