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 17, 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: VID01242
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
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4 3*' o"e" O Per Cent Dividend

M-" = n Declared by Oil Combine

SENTENCED FOUR *o **** M** reo- shwe. This is uncaansed from the
N.w York, Noe. Iw.-The directors dividend paid in the corresponding
HOURS AF"-KWARD u' he t o'epomay New qNrter of last year, and makes a to-
r o , abtal of forty dollars per share n divi-
---- d .. .... dends paid this year. This has been
&a_ .-. . ....--- V n M -. -

Peter Vani Vei n R t* duSI a diviMa of $1 per
qieted, C .
HisGuilt HisP
met Ile Speedy andlItB lll

i! m. Bon tsh uW and dm
,o bing F orTo = d,."
i l MtaP Mo~ , attorney.

-S tbe il r .- ecavJer-Nte Antic-

of a a ilt of raA Wail Be Aected, But Win

aorB o.m.nwa ss.W Oe Ae Strong as Ever.

baeg -p obb th a e r ho pital No* .
-*e M= 3 t -wel

b -Bemy, lf district attorney,

.f bye. Dr. Wailee L T.ry, chief surgeon
.af Ithe- wor k at --- the Central emergency hospital No.
=w 2 Mr- Heth bore the rdeal well,
\t yam^i~fii~ki ^ be 30d id Nov. ITbe bting uiet-

the rate since 1904. The cooIMy haS
9,483 shares outsto-infg




4 Marked Change Notice-
able Yesterday and There
is Now Such Excitement
That Five Thousand Gend-
armes Guard the Streets
in Pekin.

aing tc
there c
scene i
of the
ot the
fairs, a
ods tha
amce ,o
At t

leftric ligt tthomae._rd VOCAL POWERS WILL g"e
tsemkbele" ,-P N-- W, .tary fo
014 WON'T NOT BE IMPAIRED for ev lts i a .dae&Ipon Mr. Heney

S -m ged today that the long an anxious Port
V 11k Interval iad not developed a single a result
1 I unfavorable symptom resultant from Police
the bullet wound in his head. There the sid
s neither fever nor indication ot Thirtlel
M n blood poisoning; the patient has company
show no unexpected loss of strength the str.
and between periods of long and re- guard c
freshing sleep last night he asked for trouble
and was given a small portion of 11- recruits
quid nourishment. It is even said who we
tzat Mr. Heney's vocal powers will fight, C
New York Chinamen Indif- be unimpaired by the course of the ed. Ba
bullet now lodged Il the muscles of fists we
ferent Over Death of his throat, aad this, in view of the
demands upon his voice by the prose- hi
Royal Heads. caution in which he Is engaged. will be 1hic
oya welcome news to the assistant district Iek. t
-- attorney, when it has- been more def- time t
*y Amnclato thr initely ascertained. te-
New York, Nov. 16-New York itely ascer .he Vr are little disturbed by the The Pistol Mystery. the nov
news of the death of the emperor and There has been no satisfactory ex- ney Hli
the empress dowager. In fact. China- planation of the manner in which an attc
toan !,u:sated the even tenor of its (Ctlnu on Page Se~.) prgallo
way without so miruch as a ripple. Sm-pronou
day nirbt saw celestials from &Ul ovr poison
Ureater NowYork gathered in the ...............
crooked streets, but practically no In- .
terest was evinced In the death of SIX INSTANTLY KILLED
their rulers. IN A MINE ACCIDENT. *
A prominent Chinese merchant ex. *
plained the situation to some extent By i AssCtt r autd Pe
by saying that his countrymen would en wereinsburg. Pantly killed an6-S
pay no attention to the death until men other dangeroustantly killed, and
officially notified of the same. Pe otheranerously and
aj talhen, he eid some sort of cere three others had narrow es- N
mn- might be held here. capes from injury or death in a *
Another, remnrking on those *de mine cae accident at ils-
of tte emperor and empress dowager, 0 wasorth Mine No.ty 1. located Tn
Oaid: "We. don't know whether Washington county tooRy. The 0
are dead or not and we don't cte 9 mine is owned by the Ellsworth *
And most of these are from Canton. e cagel plune down a
while the emperor was a Mancbu. Be- shaft 285 feet.P
aides that, he was a weak man who at 26 eet
was lead by a tyrannical woman." ..*.. . 4

Pretty Girl Out-Talked the -

New York Immigration Men

by Associated Press.
Chicago, Nov. 16.-So pretty and
convincing that even Uncle Sam's
Immigration inspectors at New York
made an exception in her case, Miss
Frances Agnes Sinclair arrived in
Chicago last night and was at the
station by her intended husband, Os-
car Opperman. The marriage will
take place today, because Miss Sin-

ft A=@s06a4 Prree
a, Nov. 16.-China is now begin-
w ealise that the emperor and
r empress are dead. Today
ame a marked change from the
immediately following the'death
rulers. Prince Chun, regent,
empire, in fear of increasing'
nent and revolutionary mov-
has taken a firm ,rtp on *f-
nd has adopted stringent meCi-
at will result in the mainten-
f peace for a time at eaast.
oon five thousand gendarmes
d the streets, and othbr mili-
rces were held in readiness
entualities. The foreign lVge'-
ire under g*ard. Special de-
nts. of Chinese, troops are
wg it athe approaches and
e eases Use regular legattonu
arq augmnted by reinforca-

Townsend. Wa h.. Nov. 16.-As
t of a fight between Chief of
Barkeley and four citizens on
e and fifty recruits of tie
th and Sixty-second Infantry
ies, stationed at Fort Voi ,en,
'et were patrolled by a provost
of fifty soldiers last night. The
arose over the efforts of the
to release Iwo companions
ere arrested Saturday. In the
hief Barkeley was badly bruis-
seball bats, stones, clubs and
ere uzed.
go. Nov. 16.-That Herman Bil-
e Bohemian hypnotist and for-
tler who was convicted o0
rider of several members of
al family, is legally dead. ti
rel plea to be made by Attor-
nckley before Juld p Brnes in
mirpt to save Billek from the
when the court conveties to
We sTitonce on tue "evL-eye"
r tomorrow.






Would Have Been .Cowrd- Abraham Ruef Now
_1- j6 T%---.& &U- V- -

ice tO jL.Deser Ue jclO-
cratic Party.


Leadeerof thdAmreican Fed-
eration Says He Will Go to
Jail if Found .Guilty-Is
Not a Democrat, Nor Ever
Will Be One, But He Was
Fighting in C4inpigI Pbr
Organized Labor.
By AssocateS tes.
Denver, Nov. 16.--Ptident Sam-
uel Gompers, at there s.ltbn today of
the Aamican Fedentbw Labor, de-
clared that if he It f et i guilty in
the contempt p i against him.
at Washingtoe, he Io to jail be-
fore- he would pay a Mae or permit
the federation to pay a e S hm.
This sat t.t W- j-te hr -
pert oute

o t a repocrat,
Wil never be a aal-
legiance to no
"No man has emo-
,cratic party more ut, w'en
the democratic pl -l our con-
tantions itsown, not only
have been .1 Iowardice.
to.desert them. Ir ban had
bem elected, l j of organ-
Isid Jbor bak of htg have
"if trit to huga, m.

acunamlating huge quantties of war
material and. grmay strengthening
the garrisons along the frontier.
9t. Paul, Minn.. Nov. 16.-Nearly all
the entries of the fine cattle, sheep'
and hogs for the Northwesteern Live
Stock show are now on the ground
and everything is in readiness for the
formal opening of the big ex.positlon
tomorrow. The show has $7,000 in
premiums, and this has been suffi-
cient to attract stock growers all
over the Northwest.
Boston, Nov. 16.-Tomorrow nrgn-
nients will be heard by t.h( circuit
court upon the question of advancing
the bill in equity brought by*A-tter-
1hey-General Bonapart- to ,prevent
the merger of the HoAton & .Maine
Railroad with the New Haven and
to force the latter corporation to dis-
rose of its trolley lines in Massa-

Asks for Continuance

By Amocltad Prt By the iaterpesIion of afdavits set-
San Francisco, Nov. 16.-The tria! ting forth that it would be impmslble
of Abraham Ruef charged with bri to secure a fair and Iartial trial in
ery. th~e voress of wkch wais Inter- the present state of ,public opiaion,
the & ... .. .secaied a eeatinuanco .u-
ruted ltry by the attempted a- til tomow a akie h time tle
aa ination, of Assistant District At- ecution will ftle counter anfflvitse
Wney Heney, was resumed today. Ruef was taken -baek to jail.




Olrlhoma Offcers Are Shot
Down by Bad Negro Who
They Tried to Arrest-Ne-
gro Set Fire to His Home
After Being Wounded
By Aeoclated Pre..
Okmulgee, Okla., Nov. 16.-Five
persons were killed and ten others
wounded yesterday evening in a fight
between Jim Deckard, a negro des-
perado, and officers of tbe law. The
dead are Edgar Robinson, sheriff of
Okmalgee county; Henry Klaber, as-
qsstant chlef of police of Okmulgee,
and two negro deputies named Chap-,
man, brothers, apd Jim Deckard, ne-I
The wounded: Steve Grayson, In-
dian boy, fatally beaten; Vic Farr,,
chief of police, shot through shoulder; i
deputy sheriff, name ot learned, arm i
broken; seven others, slightly wound-
The disturbance began at the St.
Louis and San Francisco railroad sta-
tion, where Jim Deckard engaged In
a fight with an Indian bo.y Steve
Grawson, and beat him into insenul-
bility with a rock. Friends of Gray-
son notified the police, and when Po-
'lceman Klaber went to the station,
,Dka 'fed to his keuse- nearby bar-
ricaded himself inside the building,
and when Klaber approached. Deck-
ard shot and is~antly killed him.
Sheriff Robin-on gathered a posse In
a few miinute-s and hurried to the
scene. Part. of this posse was nade
up of a group 6f negroes. whom the
sheriff conmmnded as deputies. As
the pose approached t'ae house. Deck-
ard opened fire with a rifl,. firing as
rapidly as he could load his weapon.
The sheriff fell first, instantly kiied.
Then the two negro deputies were
dlXckard's house was aoon surround-
ed by a frenpimd mob of armed men.
Fire was set to a house just north of
Deckards. Volleys were poured into
Deckard's house and lie was shot
down. Ile was seen to roll over (.u
the floor, strike a match and set fire
to his own. house, which was soon a
roaring furnace in which his body wa.-
baked. Deckard evidently had a large
quantity of ammunition stored in his
house, for many. cartridges exploded
while the house was burning.


clair had to promise the immigration
authorities that it would not be de-
ferred. Otherwise they would not
have permitted "her to enter the coun-
try. Under the law, their duty was to
order her straight back to Europe, as
Oppermaa was not at the ship to meet
her. He is a young man and the ex-
pease of a trip to New York meant a
good deal to him.

Italian 'Who Attempted Murder

Was Feted in Los Angeles, Cal.

y Asseclaed Pressm ide Rubio taM eC hiN
Los Angeles. Nov.- Is.-Prominent life of Mmperr Ni
Italian residents In this city and Sa I and his -baalahiha
Francisco lUat aight attqaded a tan- .afer Quee Vict
quet ia 4aoMr a f Vot d Rubto. an for him aed'u4-
fta Priot. who e KM w35i s cue0deathm ee
;f ton 'a Mwho throw b ell h oRt. H e M
carriage of Eapeor ano ie UI. in and conitke
Paris. 8pches hihly eulogitic o tome
th.- cot!ut. who has hm & msideat o dtinotigB,
Uis clitv for years, w e made. Count aalor.

FL upon the
)&is arrest
tmg the


Te mti- eie is. "Who are going to be inaecd to a belping of

Almost Complete Returns
From the Cuban Election
Reveal That the Liberal
Party Leads the Conserva-
tives by at Least 75,000.
Havana, Cuba, Nov. 16.-Practically
complete returns of tae election show
taat the Liberal victory was even wre
decisive than supposed. Official re-
turns from 1,360 out of a total of 1,498
polling places show that Gen. Joe
Miguel Gomez received 183,825 votes,
against 118,.29 for Gen. Mario Meno-
cal, the Conservative candidate. The
Liberals carried every province in
the island. Havana province went
Liberal by 25,00 and the city by 13.-
000. The Liberal majorities in the
other provinces were approximately
as follows: Oriente, 13.500; Santa
Clara. lO,: Camagney. 1.200; Pinar
del Rio, 7.500; Matamas, .8.000.
The prediction fAat the combined
Liberal factions, the M'Tuelists and
the Zayaists. would divide at the poll
was not fulfilled, the vote going solid-
ly for General Gomez and Alfredo Za-
yas. the latter the vice presidential
Another element that contributed
to t' e defeat-of the Cakbervatove wasW
tbr- general unqmmplarity of Dr. Ri
Montoro, their vice presidential c
didate. because of his unpatriotic at-
titude during the revolution, when 4he
accepted the office of secretary-treas.
urer in the cabinet of the autonomous
government under Captain-General
The victory of Gen. Gowez is gen-
erally interpreted as a verdict of the
unqualified popular approval of the
party of the rwvoluden in 1906. T"e
lAberals constitute the entire new
senate, except two or thrie Cohserv-
ativet-. whoae terms expire in 1910.
and the Liberals will control the
house in proportion of two to one. *
Letter From Magoon.
Governor Magoon sent a congratu-
latory letter to the president-elect.
To General Gomez be said:
"The honor you have received is
augmented and your gratification
doubtless increased by the fact that
the election was a complete, fair and
'intramnnoled expression of the elect-
ors accorded at the polls without In-
(Contlnued on Page Sevn.) -

The Waterworks Plat For
the Past Quarter Netted
the City $6500.0.


With the Extension of tl-a
Water Mains Chairman
Brown Estimates the In-
come Will Be Increased.
At Least $25.000 Netted
For the First Year.

Muelci-l owneradp in PeSeaola
appears to be a h ge success to Judrge
from the operation of the water world, a
piln, which netted the city $6,500 ci
the brat qUator of Ite operation und- r
the new pax, med prmses to brii 4
in a larger revenue during succee -
ing quarters. This Is shown in tl.a
first quarterly report of Obairman
Bnywn of tie .mr and gas oemm i -
tee, which bas charge of the operate i
of the plauL
Mr. Brown stated last night to ,1
Journal representtive that the nitL
earnings wou d have been much large -
than $6,500, bhut for the expenditu' ,
of about $2.000 in improvements. M &.
Brown estimates that the city 'w :t
met not less than $25,000 for first ye "
of its ownership of the property, .
addition to giving the city a mu a
better service and affordnling mut .1
better fire protection, especially t,,
those residing In the m*burbs.
Many Improvements.
Mfany imerovemnnts are being
made to the property by the city,
and within a few months the ca-
pacity of the plant will be greatly in-
creased. Some of these Improvement s
bave come oat of the earnings of t: .
plant, new boilers being purcharvc
during the quarter, as well as a com-
plete and modern system of account,
At present workmen are engagcd
in instat.Aag the new pump, whilh wil
have a capacity of puamp= i 5.000.0,'.
galom .per day. and Installing a wr ,:
boiler, as well as butidi an admdi-
the macrbiery.
Work has also g isa placing. t 1
new male., which were received hcr
some weeks ago, and 'which will ex-
tend the system to points which fc -
merly nhad no service. By makii -
this extension tize revenues will t1
greatly increased by the additioq:L
number of consumers.


fnuro urvipn

UWLn nflAIbU

DeFuniak Naval Stores Mai
Is Off on a Prospecting
Tour of Country.

SJ.A. McCormick, of DeFunlak,2
prominent naval stores operator, a -
* PLANTER KILLED. HIS rivedd in the city Sunday nil-ht a: t
* MURDERER SUICIDED wil1 slpea the week in this cit .
S--- From Pensacola he will go to Ca-rnb
BMoy AM iat G Pre N s. N. C.. and from there will eave
o *Mout-ie. Ga. N Nov.16.-As O Coatzacolas, Mexico, on a prospw-
the rel or a quarrel over ling trip. He will remain there for
* -mall deWl in cotton, John :1eoople of months. After his vkist i
* Stry. a fermner living near *Mexico he will return to New 0o-
r Bocn. t1 this county, was o leans, where he wiU establish head-
* vho and fatally woanled to- quarters.
y* bay A. H. Halm. aHem nea j C. B Townsend formerly 6f thli
* cntm^tted suicide. Story died 9,J. R. S naders Comgany of this city.
shortly afterward. Helm was is now in Mexko, were M- Ac-
* a tenant on Story's place. 'Cqpm'eck expects to join him on a
S'. prospectlig tor- in. the Interest cS
0 000 0* 00 0thenavul stores bamisns.

Two Firemen Buried Underneath

Burning Debries Were Rescued

By Associate Press. bris. The ether firemen worked de -
Chicago, Nov. 16.-Dmring a Sre at perately to keep the flames away fro.&
the Hastings Express Company and two hundred barrels of oil ltOred ne-i -
the Vabvoline Oil Company yesterday by. and finally succeeded in savi-
the Boo e p ~om~pany yeterd their two comrades, wh were oniy
the floer of the exee company gave slightly urt. The damage to topr-
way, burying two Bremen in the Oe- erty was $50,000.

Official Notice Given of Death

of Dowager Empress of China

By Aessc*i Press
Peking. No. 1l-lt Is aactnly a&-
AiOed that to empress dowge
of CWa1 died at 2 o'clock SBday

Z re the i -sl ounm
In the western bUBs, just a t*la"
m":y from Pekiug. All the rulrt of
tke Manchu dynasty are interrtA

Details o the ceremeoes at.ted.
ing the Itterment of the doeasc I
rulers wll be arranged by the mtif. -
ter of CtAW

take Ios wftk et trouble of any
kand. everythl perta-tog to ft au
pn-tn-o of the newt agads bezB
provided for in an eatirey legal a&j
proper manager.


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Mo-w-dM ---- f n li/ir lnthn "ok - te 1 4
It Is aum w a yo u it but what |I m g ore h I
O m 4g am Mtt d e Igitte VIf lol i m any cases w here
you a f". it would be impnailMe to give cod
eset amad am t ei sams are Spoke at the Y. M. C. A. Yes- liver oil in sy other term on account
Sa b4 are the atsUMweakness atthes pa-
Tere Is o ing that will ea terday Afternoon to An to a a nfsnow i
: d:0orde!ad Inhteradeaated It many case orf sck wona sand
St Interested An nC. cldren when everything else failed.
55.Yttr*nSpUorS^ ottle child .ren seem to delight in tak-
tha, thng disgd u -la Vimol."
Sae ever e n e wo Prot. d oea ha, epr tiag reason VIaol is so far superior
we ge everyo e intPen acola w v P IL. e- '* s-to old-fashione cod liver oil and
Is stering fro any stomach de- the National Association for the Stdy to ldashios because t contair ns andll
waagMMM IM-ndigeson tOr YseW a a Preventien of Tubercuais. spoke the medicinal, o4y4midliS elements
all Dyspepsia Tablets, wut the to & good "smed audience at the Y. M. of cod liver oil actually taken fronm
tilm aesta lag tht we wi C. A yesterday afteraon a.t 3 o'clock fresh ca o' livers with the disagree-
f s tr .i. havie been directed along abl oil eliminated ad, tonic iron add.
foruaizty st after huseor the niom 9t the crusade inatitated by ed.
this m a terg-ir y S .erecf tly h aocpio arder that the dis- Aa a body builder akd s reagt ere.
wthhismedicine,_a n_-_-- .bssok y e-ticalj-Vsa .suoe- ator for .ld people, ,eak romen. 41
saeti "tohe4at ary c Wey all parIs of, the icate ch*l4dye,. after .tleks and br
90 aoo --eve ry Y ?rt. lIo mta a spoke all pulmonary troubles, VIDI is rec-
we w ba eMtbeSobyr ep i MAaly. s th a man- otmmended by over 65,000 Of the lead-
Who ba y bststo nt W.ith- r c l'let- to bring forth the best ang druggists of the United States.
Wut BL TIhre1 8-be o ta results from his part of the great Your money will be returned on de-
2 h iL-T work in M. ',-,mand, if Vinol falls to benefit.
smaguw %-tm ltI*ek.-7 As akm i With Subisjt. White's Pharmacy. Pensacola.
trmmat of sl-im tIroi'eS. From the Outset, Mr. Routsahnn m-__________
bYair fmp5- ma e-th-e* pmessed his aadence with his complete
Srtroa"satisietttg.ry under stant gof the s 4 4 d 4 4 4 4
e hheft Iis vel intMr which he tos o cleverly intro- --* F.
2 asai det Hek owh ti e dlo ase-its SEPARATION OF RAC .
syptoifs. Its calamities and the r N ..-.
*-5*' wjri lfreek whieh follow In Its train. ew Orleas Timel-Democrat.
iHe knows the laws governing Its pre-
0I &Vo bo rmtiol. and he Is eaheatly capable
Wesl pesa Ta ts, afplacing his views before the peo- The decision of the United States
2 1)ys trasitmant. lt thl w* f pie. His remarks, In fact, which were supreme court in the case of Berea
tieh. yo u r y Sliatened to with rapt attention yester- College, Kentucky, will be received
SfM r eot r day, were such as the average man .with great satl n in this set.on,
7 iycr a let of tre o. dUd W ta could ll afford to miss, wth great satiaction in this secton,
aro. uwrI h c cm es, we hng two so well rounded and absolutely satis- as giving judicial sanction and back-
larger sizes, which sell for and tyg proved hi discourse sl its en- ing to the legislatures of the South-
89. tirety.Will Ehi in March. ern states which have passed laws
The Crystal Pha y, t B direct result of the large tending to segregate pad keep aart
amount of local enthusiasm which has the white ainctivd negro f a eof The t
-.- I been aroused in prominent circles, it t e ,stinctvf.ur f the Botth*
.as been- arranged that Pensacola ern plan of settling the race question
b r-to zve the negro all the rights and
shall be one of the three Florida ctites priil e to whi althe little, bt t
Y ST L III 1 1 to view the tuberculosis exhibit of the t the se time to l heeps ntled, but
national oraizaatidon. the Interesting trthe o e timeato keep the twon
event to oceur daring the month of races separate and apart, to render
SMarch. The exhibit will be value tout an endl toy aocial .te. re.
II T n n I m-ble from many standpoints, and will to ey a o soc
Si nui terest IB th obety upon it arrItval. -This has been the basis of all re-
T CVgI CDA l TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY have been a score of laws In every
Take rAX&ATIn BROMO Qa/ftae Southers state in this direction, and
Tablets. Drgglets trefm money if It having thia ob ect in view. The sue-
ButIt Looked Like It By a to etw. ML W. GROVjrs signa- cess of this plan of settling the ne-
Butwf LWa Lik ture is on each bi a2c. gro question is recognized by all, and
the C That L e- has very materially changed the north-
e Crow That nFlock- pl l uu I fiT ern view on the luestion. There is
peace between the races ad the e-
ed Down Tow Iilm iL l I groes are better off, increasing n
prosperity far faster than they could
-O R have done under the -old system.,
Yeterd looedlie day on when they insisted upon the same ac-
Yesterday looked like cierus a i roo(lhodations as the Whites. The
Sto eek fpwn tow early in great mass of the northern people
eveMryw re mattUl aser the MDeWateRNEs Dll Adaas that the northern pla, tried
closed at aight. ring the period reeonaruction,
Why was all thia? "The of forcing the netr s on the whites,
weather." ysa omebody. Ut -Seion Was an Exetional- It W'rosg and destined to failure; and;
vance signs of Tetmarnag pro prity.* that the southern plan of keeping tl e
says another. But the weather i rahort - ces apart *i* best, preventing fric-,
haaused several *days ao, saad wo w Oy t On, _a ng tion and trouble.
pagerty- el, of course that is ameh- Butthere are a ftew negrophiles
cr matter. One Week. who have kept up the agitation, seek-
New the real. fact in the ase are Ing to stir up the negroes and to
sinaly these: r2e eatIe mue aaue ~tterness and ill-feeling be-
Per issued by The Joeual ua ay After ea maes lating One week, teen the races. Every act affecting
mzornaig. ThM Oaper wo check tull the crimal d court 0dJOmrned yester- the neagreeshas been attacked and
of attrative dradretiesst And the day for the term. Several cases were carried before the courts to the high-
ase mbts who did the advertising disposed of during the day, and in et tribunal in the land, the United
Sunday somalng did tie business yes the afteroes sentence wa passe States supreme court. A favorite
terday upon deftlaAtt who bhaed -en con- practice has been to bleed the ne-
It wan't circus day at all and the victed or gulailty during the groes, those at least who seek social
a wA Chat e d n term a f ws: equality and ralae enough money
tor wc s ot goBg to s* the ne w. J Holly, rMclvig stolen prop- from them to hire a lawyer ashd fight
eY si~ly *ohn m dovm to erty, $26 and ests, andsa Wllaann tle case In every Instance that lltr-
trade with the advertisers wo in. t~ae same charge, $1 and costs. nation as resulted in faillwe. The
vited tb to doso uMbU the col- Neao Jenaa, msaalt and battery, Jim Crow car law, the &law seprat.
mas vouf dnday's Mg ametzpo taa $25 and costs or fbkr months. Ing the degrees in the ears, street
paper g^.'"g Joe Ne r. aMi$g liquor in a dry lines, hotels, saloons, stations. etc.,
All during this week ad next pre t $ cot or three have all been tacked ad the su-
eMeay, 'phte Jetraal's cohuntt o wit months. r preme court has decided ia every
eSmayl, merreour oa lor f isl Be Irkl, affray, $5 and costs, case that the states have the coasti-
e teais s*o, r *a <1 ae rf and BOdfe I akS y. on the sal e tutlonal right to regulate railroads.
advice to everyone is to watch those charge, $30 a ots. hotels, ccmpates aa corporations
columas ad do yw trading with Wi s ls aecoad larceny, $50 general trant the maro has O eon-
the uachsats who have the eater- and bests or aine months. Will Cham- sUttttlonal right to force himself on
prise to ask you for yoW' trade. her, petit larceny, $20 and costs, and the whites, and can be assigned to
for grate larceay, $2 and costs, separate cars or quarters. The court
M EETING *has even gone so far a, to recognize
on the public highways, and hunting that the legislation is not ated at
M EETINC quail out of asse. e 25 s an costs h e negro to humliate him, but that
Chas. Powell, afray. $46 and costs; there is a good prnlaciple bebhle the
Sam Ward, name charge, $20 and legislation, as it will tend to prevent
I easts. racial friction and trouble.
1Jta tavis, trespassing, cent aat ,As we have said, every law affect-
Ja, a ,r 15 days. 1 n ing the relations of the races has
Desrey Laavill, carrying conceal- been attacked-and attacked In vain
*C wee s, (I-0 sad costs or three -by the negrophies. The supreme
Smoatha. court co find thing in their con
Claude Pope, petit larceny, $5 and tecool, aimed only to stir ue trife.
Revival Services the at First es or s U The Berea college rcae catt e the
Christian Church In- Try Shot Plug Cut Tobac- point, and drew from the megrophile
- co, the tell your friends. For This decision will jronbalv pad
cras l~itret.sae y Im eral Cio liiato ofth hrce~~

crease -ItntereSt. sake by Cmigrial .ciar taon o f th? chars r. It cer.
tainly ought to do so. Some briefless
Evanllst Caa R Hill *po ~Stores. 10 cents a Can. lawyers may try to make a living out
Evangelist Cat 3u a Hill spoke of the negroes by Proposing similar
last night to a lamgeSand appreciative suits: but it is going to be more diftl-
audience, at the Flirt Christian cult to do so In view of the frequent
chuh. on the subject O f llowng O X POPULI failures, and the very clearly express-
'iOW a Good Man Became a Christ- in-'f-f --.-1. ed deter inatiof the supreme court
The meets rowg ter- A AL on this subet.
The meetings a growing he beint 5er-X West, Fla. Nov. 14. We can not say that the decision
est from nigat toe ght, there being Editor Peascola Jeornal: in the Berea College case sets the
conversions at every o ce. Having secured the amanageiaent of question of southern legislation as to
DEATH OP AN ANT. the cot Wirtwd" Would like to the negro at rest. became previous
A ---- match & =last &ty a ina in Pea- decisions of the supreme court had
The infant of Mr. and MMe. R. P. saola, Fla., i n athe-esh ca, been to the same efect, sad this lat-
Welsh died early Sam.dy morning. or Greco n-ma wrestling m nat, est ruling is oATy confirmatory of
and te astas ower pl ewt at rest two bet 1 Ih eN Pi falls to count them. It is, however, so troom and
Sunday afternoon. The Infat was Anyone Iaterestod write. broad. shows so clearly the lk, is
seven days old. 4L. SHAW, so well backed by public opinion, that
S G. SHAW, oi Southard st. It will prove a distinct encouragement
"' Key West, Fa. to the south to continue its plan of
SP.ADED- S.-My ama weighs 165 settling the race question by keeping
the races apart and separate. There
MNEW S UITS FILED. has been a great deal of legislation
BE PE S D fThe flw S'm *'w. s we filed on this subject, and there reins for-.
to0t ot gsa o%,ay ,d he t oflllof tk*celrk of the clr- tunately very little to be %lone to got
give it a fatr. msatouc as- ut Co fs T erday: rid forever of the Idea of social equal-
the Ivto and -al w wmo l Id- N. levy vs. WV. T. English, et Ity between whites and blacks.
cl"Cedb Na-w1ow t iwinEnt U", f elorare; George P. Went-
disappoint-wt you. "For5 yea W v th, attorney for plaintiff. FINED FOR INTERFERING.
Pro d Magglas vs. Cora Huggins. bill
H o ttt fm *tor dbwm : Avery & CAvery, solicitors Chas. Smith was fined $4 amnd cose
Hts terw s o-p %tlvtw lan the recorder's court yesterday for
Stonai-ch BtM4 fu A1w OovbNgonv "%:. WiUliani COy- interfering with an ofcer.
a"r s Iexoil at sl aes al Mel y Stphans vs.. J. R. Stepaens Sstted arrest, was iAned S30 and costs.
10'y w bSlS.l...i.. a t 'ne r vrcrT Jbnes and Paseo. o. or
- O -_ill, ..or dv1c J-A-s Bets te r ronoplaiaL Subscribe for The Journal.



Thi_ 't -- at-elaps before the regular pay d,
This is the Es~~tmated Co fterthework was done.
ma by Wi ... The city enagneer estimated the cost
matin Dy glts ng ,-r of filling In certain abandoned ditch-
*es at $750. The cou cil has already
T1 OAuton. been asked to appropriate the sum
/ named for this work, and the matter
,-,- is now inhe hands of the finance
Chairman Daniell will employ a
WOULD PAY ABOUT $4,415, AND plumber to inspect the spigots from
""--* which water is secured ;o sprinkle
ASUTTINS PROPERTY OWNERS t-c .c- 'A .- 0, a4.-
AN PEN...O.A...E.T.I..... in a leaking condition. The driv,
AND PENSACOLA ELECTRIC C.of the sprinkling carts- will be
THE RENMANDER-THE ESTI- atructed not to overflow the tan
when they secure water flom the
MATE WAS REFERRED BY THE spigots. The Fpigot at th corner
d r Main and Palafox streets has been :
SBOAlR OF WORKS TO COUNCIL. lowed to discharge until it is fear
the foundation of the sidewalk at th
place may be damaged.
In a communication to the Board The bill of J. A. Houseman for bul'
of Public Works at its meeting last lug a street curbing around Pub'
School No. 1, amounting to $220.,
night City Engineer Thornton, who was approved.
wha instructed .at a previous meeting The Pensacola Electric company
to furnish an approximate estimate will b eased to remove the pole r,
of the coat of relaying the patement cently placed .at the corner of Zarr
on Palatfox street, from Main to Gar- gossa and Zeilllers streets .the plk
den streets, recommended that itf the ing of which damaged a culvert P,
pavement is relaid that a concrete that location. It will also be reque-*
base be laid for the pavement, and ed to place the culvert in good cor
figured the approximate crst of the dltion.
work of relaying the pavement at $16,- Tht city engineer was instructed t
20-548, divided as follows: Pensacola place stop-cocks on all city drinking
Electric Light company's portion, $2,- fountains.
959.16; abutting property owners, $8,- The marshal will be asked to ey
830.88; city's portion, $4,415.44. The force the law relative to keepihgg c
communication was referred to the garbage in the rear of buildings i.
couteil without recommendation from the fre lmit=.
the board. SIdewalks Ordered Removed.
Ila connection with the combunica- As a result of the veto by the may-
tion from the city engineer relative or of the ordinance allowing tempo-
to the relaying at the alalsm street rary repair to be made to sidewalk:
pavement, the city attorney will be ia. the sidewalk limits, the wooder
asked if abutting property owners can walk in front of the property granted
be compelled to pay a portion of the by the city to the Pensacola and
east of the w'klt -The sum of $15,00. Western railroad, on South Sprint
is available for this work. and the street, was ordered torn up by the
opinibs : ity altlrney on this street superintendent. This will leave
qdfetia ^n d the boart an the this particular portion of that street
matter Without any sidewalk.
_"amie Fs. For the purpose of preventing in-
mended that competent workmen from relaying any
the a standing com- street torn up for the purpose of mak
mitt lighting. public ing connections or repairs to any
ways lie buildlfft and pipe, or otherwise, all permits foi
city E communication this kind of work must first receive
was FKed. the 0. K. of the city engineer, and
ST ^r was granted fur- the work must be done under nis ;u-
ther tIng per on the cost of re- pervision.
building te city Wharf on Magnolia Mr. Thiesen called the board's at-
street. tetion to the report that a new citv
J. W. Yates, who offered to sell the charter would be presented to the
board several sWpgots, from which wa- next legislature, and he was in favor
ter was secured to spanle the streets, of the idea that 60 days.' notice should
for $100, will be offered $85 tor them, be given before the proposed charter
as the city engineer informed the was presented to the legislature. No
board that the splgots could be dupHl: action was taken by the board on
cated for that price. this matter.
An emergency fund of $50 was cre- Chairman Daniell presided and
ated for the use of the city engineer Messrs. O'Leary, Walker and Thiesea
to pay for labor ant other expenses on were present.
sewer work. The engineer reported
tCat he was unabe to secure men to
do this work beafnse of the lons time


I The Steamer Manchuria Ar-
Irives from Bremen With

8,000 Bags.

'Ike steamer Manchuria, which en-
SO Ol tered yesterday from bremen, con-
*sb ny af-isd U woogsht In one tof the largest car-

0% sngm~~C~. !

fea of potash t be entered -re r n
moeera nthe.
The cargo coumsets of 7,500 bags
of mnrate of potash and 500 bags
of emilpate of potash. It will be
diaeaged Kat one of the L. & N.
wharves and shipped out to the con-
signees in various cities.
'lise case of Josephine Baker, colored
charged with stealing ferns from ihq
SreskMIM*e of Mrs. Medlock on North
i Davi street, was transferred yester-
day from the recorder's court to the
county authorities.

After Changing from Coffee to Peas-
SMany a talented person is kept
Back becinse of the interference of
leofee with the nouwishment of the
This is especially so with those
wto-se nerves are very sensitive, as is
often thm case with talented persons.
There to a simple, easy way to get
rid of coffee evls and a Tenn. lady's
experience along these lines is worth
considering. She says:
"AlnOst from the beginning of the
we of coffee it hurt ny stomach. By
tMe time I was fifteen I was almost
a nervous wreck, nerves allM munstrung,
Do strength to endure the most trivial
thing, either work or fun.
'" w was scarcely anything 1
coal eat that woetd agree with me.
The little I did eat seemed to give me
more trouble. than it was worth, I
finally uitU coffee and drank hot water.
but there was so Httle food I could
digest, I was literally starving; was
so weak I could not sit up long at a
"It was then a friend brought me a
hbt cup of Ptostum. I drank part of
it and after an hour I felt as though
I In had something to eat-felt
strengthesed. That was about five
years ag and, after continuing Pos-
tum in jace of Mfee and gradually
getting stronger. 6ay I can eat and
digest anything I want, wlk as much
as I want. My nerves are steady.
"I believe the first thing that did
m any gMW d and lave me an upward
start, MM Pstm, and I use it alto-
gethbr now, Mstead of coffee."
"bere's a Reas "-
Name give by Pestum Co., Battle
C(ak. Mttl. Read "The Road to
SEVr earsn he above letter? A new
mm appear* from time to thne.. They
asm nume, trueand full of human


Jackson Square Brand Coffee
Now Being Served at
Watson, Parker & Reese Company.
Always put up in air tight packages of 1, S and 4
found .Cans.
Sold by all leading grocers.
This famous Fr. Drip Blend has won the Blue
-ibbon wherever demonstrated.

Price, 25c per lb.

I Importers Coffee Co., New Orleans
The putic Is cordially invited to try a cup of this famous brand.
L. Bear Co., Agents.
Don't forget the place.

Watson, Parker &Reese Company

"R EE! FREEI*-----
A course in Health and Breath Culture will be
given free to all Thursday, Nov. 19, at T:30 p. m.
Those unable to come at that time will be welcome
Sunday at 3 p. m.
MISS CARLEN, 90 Brent Bldg.



The Rhodes Futch Collins Company Is Making Many
Housekeepers Happy.

As a result of their extensive advertis-
Ing campaign,. the Rhodes-Futch-Collins
Furniture Company are having a great
sale on stoves and ranges, just at present.
They believe In straightforward, direct.
pointed and truthful advertising, and,
when pushing a line like the Buck's,
which is the acknowledged standard of
stovedorn. their advertltsing s sure to be
doubly effective. There are so8 many
points of superiority about a Buck's tove
that one wonders, after looking over the
line of them at Rhodes-Futch-Collins, how
any of the other dealers sell any stoves
at all. A five minutes' talk with any of the

salesmen hin their store is sare to be in-
teresting and wal certafny be predtaNe
f ene contemplates boyIIM a steve ot any
A stove looks very pr-alo aad com-
momnpsae, but when you bear e mof
Rhodes-Futch-Coelins' Bucks' enthust-
asts talk about their stoves for a I&ttle
while you decide that there Is moe to
a stove than you a first had thought.
Go tl and take a look over their line:
they have the finest showing at stoves
and ranges in the state, and they'll be
glad to show you the line whether y-
Iatend to buy or not.



C. C. Packard Tell of thm


Derived- by

Other Cities.


**I wonder how we41 we of Pensacola
appreciate what our forthcoming sew
botel means to this city? It would
seem that we, for all our great and
patriotic efforts to secure the Hervey,
are now content to conservatily ac-
cept the same as not of supreme Im-
portance," said C. C. Packard to a
Jaurnal representative yesterday.
"Close your eyes for a moment ani
consider what will chance at the cor-
ner oi Palafox and Garden when the
great and ornate structure contem-
plated is finally opened ror business.
Note tow that central spot of the
city will then be ablaze with light;
,how the eight tall stories of the
,handsome bulkling will light up the
surroundings; -bow its entrance will
be thronged with crowds of both
-local and visiting people; how the
lobby will become the central gather-
ing point for everybody; how commoD
it will become for this to be the plac-e
of meeting for all who with a brief
evening conference. Observe the mul-
titude of gaily dressed women and the
groups of men clothed for "dinner"
as they pass through the corridors to
the dining hall. and note how em-
phatically this innovation hai changed
Pensacola from a village to a modern
city. And has made for 'herself a
good, big red dab on the map. Just be-
cause at last people with money in
their purses can here find such ac-
commodations as they desire.
"Apropos of this pending revolu-
tion the following is submitted:
"I have known Tcaedo, Ohio, now
a city of above 200.000. since it, too.
was a center of 35,000 souls. In the
early 701s, when' -this latter condi-
tion prevailed, the Boody house was
constructel, comparstively the Es-
cambia of Toledo, and has since re-
mained the chief hotel of the city.
It has been rebuilt and remodeled,
and is A good hotel. but not mod-
"Recently a number oa-the progres-
give men of Toledo clubbed together
and built the a pala l struc-
ture of some rooms and horough-
ly modern. or aest a million
of moltey reas its ornate
facade Ia tthe' t ty. Pre-
dictlons wei that It would
be a nancia clip and sub-
mit the fol T Toledo
Blade of divolt feood.
for refl tie tervey
will do for
h a ,n-
1 Srtuai-

experience of the pnt tree wtth&s.
When I opened the Ihotel I expected
to lose *60,000 during the first year
and had made provision accordingly.
Tile bouse is now making more than
'$5,00* a month met."*
"Loa Watlick of Wallick Brothers,
lessees of the Secor, made Uas0 state-
meat today. He bad Just iett the of-
flee where he had been going over
the books, and he smaled.
"I tell you, the past three months
has been a terrible strala on me,"
bhe continued. "When my brother and
I came here from New York and in-
vested our money In the new hotel,
everyone said we were taking a long
chance. They said the house was toe
big for the city, and that two or
three proprietors would go broke be.
fore tAe hotel could be made to
"While we h-d the greatest cona-
deace in the city, the croakings of the
prophets of evil naturally worried us,
and made us think that perhaps after
all we had made a mistake. We open-
ed the hotel at the worst possible
time. The panic was still on, as was
a presidential campaign. The travel-
ing men had been called off the road,
and few people were coming to the
"We waited for the first monthly
statement with apprehension. It show-
ed gross receipts of a little over $26.-
000. The expenses, including fixed
eiarges and all. were but $122 abovi
the receipts. I could not believe my
eyes, and sent to New York for a
chartered accountant to go over the
books, He verified the statement
exactly. Im-.gine running but $123 be
hind on the first month, with ex-
penses always abnormally- high oB
account of organization of a new
ior- e.
"The next month the gross receipts
were $29,000, leaving a not proEt of
over $5.500. We are now at work -
the statement for the third month.
The balance is not struck yet, but It
will show an increaFe in both groset
earnings and net receipts. The book
are open to whoever wishes to exam-
ine them If they do not believe my
"Our second month included Grand
Army week, but there tat been an in'-
crease in receipts In spite of this.
"The people who said Toledo could
not support a hotel the size of the
Secor had another guess coming. Mon-
day night there were 205 traveling
men in the house. Many of these
men never stopped in Toledo before.
The Secor is taking little businas"
away from the other hotels, but is
doing Just what I expected-creattag
new business. ,
"Now that election is over and rail-
road traffic is creasia. I expect each
month to ehow a substantial gail. My
confidence of Toledo has not been mis-

Malaria Makes Pale t Childre
The Old Standard W ASm
laria and builds up the silrs. y
grown pooplo ad ebaidre. O.
Shot Grdtd Cm
without a rival for 014k
qualities 1c a can at Xi.
-0 cga mm





Knows what he wants,
but he is a wiser cus-
tomer who knows where
to get it.
Try the

Empire Laundry Co.,

TMWkm Urnb" 2

Phone up 322.



.In reach of all.




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We Will Pay Railroad Fare Fifty Miles With Every Twenty- Five Dollar Purchase

The New York Sales Promoting Company takes .ver The Sam Rosenau Company's entire stock
of Chinaware, Glass, Granite, Tinware, Toys, Etc., for a ten days' sale. We are too well known to tell
yod that we carry the largest assortment of this li&1in the city. We bit off too much-you reap the
benefit.' Prices lower than you ever dreamed o.This paper tells a little of the story; other papers
tell more, but the full importance of this sale cannot be conceived until you come into the store and
look for yourself. Our store was packed and jammedall day Monday, opening day; thousands of people
flocked to the greatest cut-price sale ever known in Pensacola. You are lucky people to have-such a
sale at the very height of the season. It affects the very goods now most in demand.
*I I

China and Glass Dept.




Sells and Sells Quick.

Advertising decorations under personal supervision of H. B. Loeb,

Southern Manager, office 311 Woodward Building,

Birmingham, Ala.,

I who reserves the right to name the prices to turn it into money in 10 days.



the Howl,

Weep and

Moan of Our Competitors,
We Have the Goods! We Have the Bargains!
Come and Be Convinced.

We Lead !

Others Follow !

Special Toilet Set Sale.


Sets, 10 pieces, will go at .............. 3.25
Sets, 12 pieces, will go at...............,S4.5
Sets, 12 pieces, will go at........ ...... .$3.95
Sets, 10 pieces, will go at ..... ..- .. .$2j

35 Toilet Sets, 10 pieces, will go

Staple Tumblers.......................... ...2c
Goblets .. ..... ........... ....... .. .. 4c
Seven or twelve ounce... ..,.............. :...,c
Decorated Blown Tumblers .................5c
Glass Celery Trays........................c
8-inch Glass Cake Salvers... ........... .... 19c
No. 32 Glass Lamps, Complete ................ 2c
No. 37 Glass Lamps, ... ........ ..........35c
Wine Glasses............ 4c
Finger Bowls............................... 9c
Glass Butter Dishes................... . . 0c
Glass Suar and Creams ..............:.....8c
Lamp Chimneys, No 2........................4c
Rochester Chimneys, No. 2.................. .Sc
Lantern Globes.... .. ..... -.'*..... c
Double Side Wash Board.................. 10c
10c Rolls Toilet Paper......................... 4c

uI~ .5 _____________________




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_______________|NWS AND VIEWS t | Der P ?e
Mr. Taft Iseade-rigid, tuat Is to T 3:e]

Seat it re stop shirt a this di&etsa- ra Old Mana tIlag his neck. Mr. Si moo __
ble land of lor in praeof w e A ed mn people down this Or hould bethe ownerof a boardtecte, but tr o
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. oaboudng winter Oarms a lai RogerA. Pryor, formerly o S is bther of J. B. m g war upon te sh industry ais st, I Jt1e
our impetuous but overworked vocab- tederate army sao cabinet, member Slmua tom.-Gainesville Sun. not the way to do it. Fight their nat. on deao
Salary fall down right here. The Time- of an old and well -- V-w lh _ural enemies of the sea.-Brooksville rt pNeve
Union takes up the subject and puts family which won Sselm fh he 1 ired Nw Clerk. Argus. w
it coectly ths his s91leth aulverary of kXWwthe United Stas land office in this
Sif M takes a step in the right married life. we w*tto N oew Yor cty. the principal cause of which When Hon. John C. Calhmn serves d
Direction when he spends the autumn shortly after the war and was in was the placing recently of a large out the term as clerk of the circuit can give e
SU C----H-P0"U ATC- in Virgini a. 5 d 6e follows the right 1889 appaited Justice of the'sapreie tract at land in West Florta. known court for which he was elected on he wants,
0a1 T0 r .... .... .... .. & 46 I road when he proposes to come down court. He retired nine years a terbe as the e purchase, embrae g November 3rd he will gave held the hs s*eep.-]
i ...... S .... ...... 19 Into Georga. Still later If he contia- cause of the age limit, and resume about 80,000 acres, upon the boos office for 32 years- ht consecutive si
50 ma as... .. .. 1 S Itmla mm r ar..$1* us to grow nla wisdom he will choose the practice of his prolessieo. Al- for Komestead and other purposes, terms of four jjrs each. We doubt .
some spot In Florida for a winter thoWag now eighty years oM, Judge the commissioner of the general land if this record ever been equaled i
___ b____ home and learn what a foretaste of Pryor is an active man, popular with office at Washington has authorized or exceeded in this state He has
M 4110 V ,b- ll b a a" M heaven can be. a wide circle of .acqualtances and the appointment of a special clerk in had opposition every time, bt as yet n
_U M g am as fol -MI L altogether an honored and honorable the office here for a period of thir- no one has been able to defeat him retllrii ve
-- Madame or Countess Anna Geold da OPresentative of Dixie. TAMp& ty days, or until the rush a business Por the first term dr two Mr. Cal. A S t
aa!-" - -- is in trouble again. this Ume Times. is over, and in accordance with thisppointed by the governor, A raetol
SI ---" i -t1 her latest matronal r D Flu-- order, Register Chnbb and Receiver as were all coty officer at tat g.
I I ,D ! .I, divorce e re Colonies Don't FlAuW. warren have appointed Roy E. Huft- time. It requires a mighty good Rnan s E u
S d Svorce proceed gs a"re A colony of northern settlers is to man to fill the position. Mr. Huff- to hold the confidence and esteem a
t meatened. The last scion of degene- be drawn and located near Wakulla man is one of the best known young of a majority of his fellow citizses for bDumes inpp
-ate Fench nobilty allured to her by by a syndicate which has bought a men in the city, and his friends are half a life-time. a. Mr. Calhoun has ISntd b t
iP:B RO 3. 2 1o13L Office, M O. aer dollars ~as turned out to be a large tract of land for the purpose., congratulating him upon the appolnt- done.-Tylor County Herald te here p1
--------- Prigate, as everybody ut she e- Properly conducted t ought to be a ment-Gaiesvlle Sun. Tribute to Our New Senator. tropos. T
Specter, ad she w get scan sy- wit most of the experiments in that An honest Street Car Conductor. Hon. Dnan Fletcher, Florida's port large a
P3P in her troubles. "ere are to any iles do not seem to flourish in Flor- rived in the city yesterday morning ed upon him. He is one of the ablest
A Par of O pinio inutice, our efforts will weigh real objects of compassion, too many who comes in on his own sole at the t from the on depot one of rn on a.-n lle
ii the vinaI victory, deserving people who need our charity almost Invariably makes geod.-Tam. the party, a lady, lost her pocketbook branch of congress-Galnesville Sun. letnrs
*Worth M awi rm. C(m ay fair-purposed man or news- of words as well as deeds, too many pa Times. on the street car. The pocketbook Wants a southern Candidate yearor
It is well emg Mr ass e hia thpo aper W We in that hilh-minded, unself- aoble women in distress for the on- An id You Seethe Result contained $920 in good, ard cash South once led in statesman are
oth to see W a oe w is verane any lurking de lurking desire of ey that this Gold-DeSagn butterfly Escambia county came near forget- was reaty agitated when she on ship. It will never win back its la- and so enc
ies I our relation ts mome t vitalW r. -Dya to be a fourth time a can. wastes in a day upon her selfish ting that it had a bond election in ered her loss. It was not until the res as itthe rid il
r MaNot of our thus a"d etioa. Maste for the presidency? Surely whims and caprices, for anybody in prospect. Today is the day. Good lady had left the car that the loss de.n r t iet e e barfunSoht Jason'ille
Ppteleotung is certaaly ome t e, for the man has almost effaced her native land to give further ser tears in somete of these Florida connf was discovered The party went to candidate on whom to waste r o
Problems d a Ict bl Inhismanietert to keep es will yet contract the habit of go police headquarters immediately and e nieo w Are You
n his aniest e to ee us heed to erwh erins-about ing daly to the accustomed polling the los was reported to the police, them.Montcelo News. Wl, the
Craek tragedy So New T rgf bvely in the foregrund-nt Bryan her taithless lodt and master for the place to make sure they are not over- The police advised the lady to com Turning Point Reached. t tariff rei
coMdeiles its article e the subject -ut the great reforms for which :ae time being. looking an election.-Jacksonville municate with the street car offices Jeffer-on county touched bottom, getting that
MW tUws stood, reterf s so clearly needed that Times-Union. and this she did. bounced, and is now on the rise. The -Laie City
Wr fellows: iltgea e nR elh ng Pensacola io -Unps --
It hii sftcidle to give ua l Rosevelt kimsel ha incemssaatly urg- The Pensacola Journal vaWnts hlor- When the street car p people were turning pot has been reached. The
*se a master. &remedy mst ed most of them upon his party, and ida's climate as having no equal "thils Flrida One Geat Aligato Farm. called on the telephone the lady was two fork of the d have been E ment
sae Ifft all, t t the dsctia to" whic k the whole democracy of the side of the Garden of Hesperlides, A good reag0 why the law pro- informed that her pocket book ant made on thoroughfare. One fork led of the state
reerthatis Wh sort li ttin alligatorsshould be rigorously money had been found on the car by to a weed grown ane of tagnationd attention
s evo'lutio nIf ae It was fully committed by CtA& maeHeserthes hadhcannot be enforced is contained in this informa- Conductor Jo'anson ,and that it would It is closed. The other leads to pro- and d
atl mae Obfre a sema l theDeaverp M-something like a furnace, perhaps on from the Gaesville Sun: "AI- be returned to her upon her making ress and prosperity.-Monticeo o
ttheseSA yettheNw Y Wor, which as oced apples of s gold- llgator-fhming Is a new and allur. the proper identification. She hu- News.we
ot that ran wf a u wayse hate d wbeRdO apples o tsoMlid old.- lug Ingidustry. It is said that a half- tried to the car barn and proved, be- uotrlo ab
a esb. tatrou T a ar Me l alwas hated Mr .Brya2, although it Mobile Register. grown saria brings ore in the yond a doubt, that it was her money Former Foes are econcHed. latma
tpablic dlcsaslm, at S have ga him coM, perftunctory support It Is a fair inference from what we market than the biggest steer, and that had been found and when It was At a notable peace conference in well worth
amAh a Jb Mame walk I[ eem- daring the empaiga, sees In those know of Hesperides that there were that his hide is worth more t aan the delivered to her she left a liberal re- Tampa last week. Claude L'Engle, ip- e
mae t the t ity bga U. f plain. ta iple, hbasest words the deep no rednctlom works in that lovely gar. pelt of a Bengal tiger. Several farms ward for t'he honest conductor.- knight militant of fce late Tallahas- The Way t
Plretva ilas .t em sett- r 6 at a M e to thrust him- de fr t 'he treatment of gM or ave been started with e a view to Jackonville Times-Union. ee Sun, met and made friends with .Pa
h* is praemly to be self to the nelrtret of h!s party, by the modern process. On the con- leather. But there s demand also for Plain Talk About ManKilng o t rb at
tragedy may aidn bi am *mt id mald a his leadership at any cost trary it is the consensus of opfnlon every part of the saurian's carcass." Another murder in .Dade county, Knight, the noted corporation attor-e wld ni
bange. a fe yes bce againee seek the tat thee was a beatfic conurrence Florida should be made one great making a total of four in ;ix months ney. Instead of pipes, they smoked th con
"r ge. and fear yea-s bece againse~ek. The ew alligator farm if tate law can accom- crA nck-tie party might add a -littlein quantities if dollar cigars,
The Chicago Rece4Herald, he anai miatiss a fr thel presMeacy. The at baly Inflauences which I ed t#e plasb such a result.-Jacksonville adecr a ing the number. it is abou imle smole
Sant northern paper, repreating tbe W M y, ater weneciag the dem- pples to grow by BoBIe miraculous Times-Union. time the law had its day. No wonder And many a wik they wunk. tead senteh
Senlatlet of itls mete t esIub-0=1at60 IMders of the outh for suf- procero, without any vulgar furnace the south is looked upon with as And pleasant 'twas for any soul y inth
eot, has this to say: lpti' Mr. Bryaa for his last nomi- medium about It. Same way here in Ro Mes Serious Oect in Law. .much tear as the Wild West was in To think the thoughts they thunk.' and
Thee will be tower such tgedles In: Florida. We have the beatife concur- ece atdecision of the Florida su- no man'- duty unless in self defense,
Wha a healthy public *s.i t .bSelleved that with another de. rence of balmy influences, but as the preme court the Kewo-Mays mat. and a white man has no more right Obstacle to Mia Progress. Ts i
wipes out. the l of sI mm S ,Mr. JL yn woud be eliminated, age at mnircles 4 ow they stop jmst ter remedies : at looked like a se- to take a life than-any one else. Let Miami is not faig a calamity Ow, h' 0
h spect to the tolerance of New discover tht he has no sort of golden apples and give us rious defect tRhat law. The court the law be upheld, let justice have but the ity is certaty not maan d other
layt TreThe oth-e lerance "tgu' Sw tnths ofs taband he haoo e more nutria sad a give us held that the functions of the execu her eyes opened, and let the ciips fall great strides ahead. There are oe do the state
i s sre soustern etv'war mpel t t e bf mucf more n triusn and easil y di tive committees in canvassing elec- where they will. Something must oe staples in the way of its progress. pnah .a -
m tan the or gatleman's, they rrtandered to him. gested articles of diet, such for In- tion -returns are ministerial, not Judi- done or people won't think Dade coun- Wihat are the obstacles? The first
the aoutherner resorts to that Mark te laangage and see how stance, as oranges, lemons, pi aappies, clal, ia their nature. In other words, ty a safe place to live in.-Miami Me- and foremost one i s acleat--b- Evideae of
formSMiSore lbe ,U we o% d1iparagilg It is to the snacer- bannas, grape-trut, et Erg, we've these committees are not empowered tropolis. strctonts h are fewer
tiou shouldebeaetrorteuHeto go behind the return But it was PwsYou w _s
S-- .t al tld u to rt of e err statemen. "They Ce- got a better climate th Hperdes, not necessary for te legisltureto Put Your Fursn Cold Storage. e w T
al ae remark o t the' eted *tlWt with asath defeat Mr. and we tank the Register for elpiat explicitly so state. The language of To Touristl-rut your furs in cold the pathway of prokrees. It can prob- ny eded
. of=9" our elvllza Bryan wevld be eliminated." and con- us to prove it. the constitution was plain enough- storage when you start for Miami ably be said that they are not weeds other bi
t ,n te sg beyond the ftralter ntly they abahoae ed their man- no courts not speciZed in that instru- and fill your trunks with your sum- because they can't help it, but just delihted to
a mt a tr endene, Geerl Vis t Te of the t may be set up in this tate with mer wearing apparel. We deal only because they want to be, because they awakessng
one exception, and that does not apply in summer climate here, and the best wat to retar the progss of others.
Is regarded as .16lowtly as the b Wtrayed their party and their see- closest counmelorr of the Japanese toL executive committees.-Jackson- the market affords is what we give Purely selflah motives. This fadool prse-ecfr
belghrln receptacle for a & 8ld tUMn sad prstrtel themselves in emperor Is reported to have recently ville Times-Union. you. If in doubt, come here and find not be. It certain people don't like
Scatter sbaseMent before the Maloca of said: "War between the United StAtea out. We can deliver the goods. In certain people, the city should not be One Law an
The are two easervatv p a we wla that defeat and Jaa is ta ad it A A Question for mocrats. many resorts, you have to pay for made to suffer. If certain men are The vio
Thee lare tw oe s traeiv oag f wai owin that defeat and J i id it will The Melbourae Times says that: the climate. In Miamii it is given succeeding in business taster thaM life are ma,
5s setional he pirits Uad Tie. Jotr- s ~aevitarbe; &ad from no higher last not three nor twaety but perhtap "Cocoa, Melbourne, Malabar and away as fast as it is called for. Come some would have them, the city's wel- close upo
du tksetional spirit, and T m Jour- e the to Iropitiate Mr. Bryan 100 years and will be the greatest war South Melbourne are counted in the and get some. Best in the world.- fare should not be sacrificed in an trust man,
a takes great pleasure n aworwI aselt. a gle unit in the millions in the history at mankiad." Don't get republican column." As for Mel- Miami Metropolis. effort to dwart the suocees of the a y st
the perfromwhich demory with a trust or a cor- alamned, gentle r at bourne and Cocoa it explal-s: "The party of the frst part. Some men a- le ago a
they" fteksrowhey rpesewatrust or ao fact that our colored friends always Live Oak is All Right. solutely Aate to see others succeed, afhIacek, ei
f that the overwhelming proo I prat bT hlWd him and relying for some prospect for your beloved cosm- vote with the republicans caused Mel- Work on the new city hall is being so much so that they forget their own sUilou of
of Sowte tu t tor y be ahdvawemeat solely upon his mer- try, for this alleged prediction of the bourne to give a majority for the re- pushed by the contractors and when welfare. Why should the city sueer a condemne
provethem, It a streak, brave, honest m an anee Vicount apearig in the publican electors and congressman, that is completed there will be other because Smith doesn't want Jones to a Federal j
ft seveoreles we have a ob"t- wlt, a r htrael, worn y the December number of n s and also for governor, in the state good and substantial buildings go up make some money? That's the whole no play for
Sminority to gt at, a tto himselfwor the December number of Hamptons and nati and national elections. Another areas. in our city. Live Oak dirt and Live proposition in a autshell. We hope to advanced in
alei Aority a t git at, atai t ais eia o of his party. Broadway Magasine ha nothing 'bet- on for this majority is the fact that Oak property are all right. Just keep see the day when Miami's citizens will not live out
m ibrsinor as all orIo tahomm" e WeaWtes In argument and absurdi- ter to give it authenticity as n having in our last local election quite a num. your eye on the town and watch her be a unit for progress and public wel- what then?
S. ,h ^. ,- tyIn lateoce could go no farther, been really made than the aae of her of coloi people had their poll progress.-Suwanee Democ'-at. fare, and that personal opinions, dif- A crimtna
grach in the eyes of the outside ty i Wor.c.ater a brief soasm oft Richae Barrym author of the artmel taxes paid and of course were entitled ferences and arguments be settled in tinoally fed,
an'g th worl,.aftr a 'brief spasm ofh Richa rB uthor of e tr e,- to vote. The same conditions existed The Glory of Hemando. private. In unity is Strength, ad in jal
I' to be ad .- t on thatpm virtm In which the force o iebar is the gent who invaded at Cocoa, where, like Melbtourne, Where is the county in the state Miami is not as styon as she should this, may
teadittias atem ~ mleaptil r tat- I iterally compelled it Florida two or three years ago corn- many northern people have made their that can say with Hernando that it be by a. long shot. Get together, men prove the tl
. .....m""hrl m a exctp alb he,. to support the democratic ticket, goes missioned by an eastern ma gazae to nomes. Wonder how much stay-at- has every school building in the coun- of Miami. all of yea, and wrake a crime is onl
M-y snike those at the north, but thtR e aseatlo0 with the rite up a blood crrilina article on home democrats contributed to this ty beautifully painted., except four? strong pull for the Mgic City.--Miami The law
...... .. sd dito wi tatohttwhch it thoreerl be-^ae ped pana aic.n resut result?-Jacksonville Timns-Union. And the rea.on they are :o t painted Metropolis. eat as the
(ortte will wthset cyt ald the plat o cmey to whMic It formerly be- alleged ponage condition in this -- is because they are so old that it is exorable alii
toityr wil at Je 55-to hi platal lcaed -- of which Williamn J. Bryan state. He "writ *er up accordin"'- Killed While Hunting. the intention to replace them with Converting Middle Florida Editors. the Bhigh, he
r the a t t bl way.o t in ad sentshor tAt an early hour Wednesday morn- new ones in the near future.-Brooks- Evange4ist Culpepper has a way of And if there
toter Is om te way. to his .elBii is tle most o dae-oiponent In Sod sent shocks and thrills I this tintry, the unsophisticated olientel of that, young merchant of Micanopy. was in f--- which other eangelisDas seem to have tunme wh
Stabbi a Brave Man t reasn chiefly It hated magazine, and ns simple, kindly stantly killed by the accidental dis- Protect the Fishermen. filed to catch on to. He has loaded teunamteae
When H *e s Do him, anad for that reason only it is crackers down here were made to ap- charge t a shot-gun in the hands of Efforts should be made to protect t o editors at Madison and one at who bead ci
5- w. .to ae -a whe he s pear as something in the nature o Robert F'ord. on the prairie near our fishermen as well as our fish. The Tallahassee. Evangelist Culpepper lpamrpose.--Or
The o.thern peeki owes Igt to Mr fe m whea he tl eliminate hipear as something In the nature of Evinston. Yesterday morning six or Aishinag industry is just as legitimate must have a peculiar plan of his own
Tryan, th ernlMos owes t M dow'and permanently eliminate ehim crss between the Kurds of Turkey seven men made np a party to go awd proper as the phosphate .tur- in capturing those wbo are so hard to innately tle i
trya, th delb te e t teas a tao(r in natiboal democracy, ad the Apaches of Arisona in our hunting in the woods near Micanopy. Dentine and sawmill business. It is induce into the Lord's vineyard. but commi.moae
South for resldeet, as three Uaes it aeurd aspiration on the amiable natural disposition to tor- Thley were out about an hour when just as honest and just as worthy to be -"while the lamp holds out to burn," ed wisely in
paed i la coneaos art of papwor great in ma re our prisoners. With Barry s wrd was received that Obed Simon- fostered as any other. Fishermen etc.-Jacksonville Metropolis. for pistol' j
awemd e te nominating conventioatns part ofi abewspaplr great in many tre our prisoners. With Barry l to, a member of the party, had been have just as much right to the peace- persist ia t
Sd at te p s, to give the west t bt rbld as to Bnsor or the startling prediction fatally injured. A buggy, was sent out ful pursuit of their calling as men of About the Silliest Thing. eort to bri
ssible ubicUity to what hoe .says No. strg pesoaaUlity honest to the of the Jap statesman it should be from Micanopy to get the young man, any other vocation. The cry against About the silliest thing we have to bear upon
purely personal tq himself after comrn- core and byve as honest, was ever treated with the levity of a paragraph- and he was soon broutrht into town. them is t'at the fish will be lag out ot the meat apaign as a destroyed by a newspaper, and Mr. her's joke and be dismissed from s- He was dead. As told by Robert hausted. So will the soil. the forests G(n. \V. Mathews. of the Bartow Rec- meet with
*at hed t rePen the asat to. Brya e w bl centlae to live as an ina. Ford who held the gun which was and the phosphate deposits. It were ord: ea
seeatod caMdia. em the t is ranil conue to live as an in- rious consideration. Richard is a discharged, they were all walking better to make war upon the enemies T That the Cathtlic church gave "lTaft r a
am of thae Cemmomer we take this Enynti.Ual factor for good in the pobi- smooth writer, a seducti~ Iveyor along a path in single fi!'. Simonton of the fish than upon the fishermen, his victory., is fully proven by le Voted Straig

Dmu ao ieadlag arutcle: tics and morals of his country and of his own fancies in the guise of in front and Ford just behind him Porpoises. sharks and other buccan- vote of New York city. The payment Mr. John
As r let one worry party depte t New York World realism.nd i h ccarying a double-barreled shot-:un. In eers of the depths destroy more fish f ten million dollars to te-Cath ells T
about let -oe t te t- N ork Wor reis d if he couredld ovrces come some unaccountable manner the g the than all the fisherhnen of the wor' church for property elaimt ii t ith suueo-
SaoI t a tmer ehalde in i o tAe M aS .iM.ired. little weakness of going In debt to his was discharged, and the contents en- put together. Destroy the porpoises Philippine Islands by the RepuiCiec failure, aan
at those wo are devoted to reforms. It would have been in detestable imagination. for his facts he would termed the back of Simonton's head. and fish would soon become so nu nie- party. and Mr. Taft berag the agent for the den
The reform is the essential thing. It bd taste* for our late cadidMate to make a very good newspaper man in tearing away part of the skull and ous as to be a drug on the market. to investigate those qemtions, had se True De
oe can advance reforms by holdin have declared that he would a again me. -
offlce, thle the thl"oM of oRie is Js- be o candidate for t e readecy,
htoain IJ h emaao brtt advaece re-
aw. a m cam ibast idaieten.e before hIbody had even talked about A Girl's Privilege.
rmsa privMte tSe, then the
boltlagf e iB a I4euirath- TIhe ofexing it to him or associated his "My wife is going to give the baby
world Oe me naalag; I have been same in that connection; but because a freak front name."

S" To0 bad^ ." The Most Talked of Store in Pens
a tmrantly r Penm eAsd for *'hat I be kept silent on the subject as any "T.oTo o IIbad." gr y
have e able to do. My fe will other tlman would under 0, no matter. It's a girl baby.
te geug to repay the pe. probably change bo of her
for teliro s enoutado for the Co- lar circumstances, the World makes it names in time."-Courler-Jourzat.
2deac which they have expessed., a text"-I oreviling him and parading In the Dumps. The M ost Talked of
My gratitude to those with whom I Its own diseased egotism In a vulgar 'Vhy dont ow a ode to
the ays o the future will be devot- "What's Branthe use?" granted te pes.Our Big Furniture Store! Everybodygetting ready for Thn v g and
ie as I maderstn that interest, J Ibe ext legislature lorid wil smisti poet. "I feel more like writ- the "festive turk" New Dining Room Furniture is in order. re the place to bu.
o a rermes, e em in It. They an oe to ed par of pat" we have bigger furniture stocks, more floor space for display and the newest and latest styles
ort att who app-ove, a out at least to gt that feow on Poor LittleWif. Extension Dining Tables, $10 to $25. Box Seat Dining Cha sidebord s,
Ishall not be deterred by th eriti. the mousrer's ben*h, if not convert "Difn't I predict just exactly how
ilm-t thoe .who thndsession wbb were ere THE STORE WHERE YOU CAN PAY ONCE IN A WHI
"n abldig faith in the triumph oQ thef f te is eaythiag in the scientific "Yes, hubby," answered 4tis adutir-
truth and an nantltering -o-& _ience
In ithe teOsn1s S our case I of gt. Ig and, dutiful wife. "id mu?"
spekhiswotrd o ur roaThen he got grouchy.--x-ch age -

shan keep step with them an march th Ws f water laws tfor Flor- "His salary is smaler than ye w .
be a. oaf i r A : dW. o se to ea v tae be. enco- Pi n 4 106-110 SOUTH FALAFOX STREET. PHONE 14 P NSAC
I belev we are itw w'. te as; -" w paps all '-That may be but icaempatibility
i we oan-tIate, as I b wen" are 9 thM sta a w talkia winter of income oe r cs fr3lesa in
eo@ itllm in a AM e Uthat is foaun- rasr 1r Itr tOWns. A little Wel later years.m'

been subesl a a v1 w

tions, but now I say we
t the grow a te Cathe
ien, governed by a list
* would kill vvery' Am r
old to advance the orW
e ofthis chk a. The ape
w York to any party t
he can absolutely contal
Lake City Index.
Ion cammign has brn
wed by a revival of t-
lout the comtry, ma dte
ery apparent in all parts
mpeclaly in Jachknrvie.
r tells us there are en
rge amAber of new b*
rooted ad contracted for,
real estate dealer Gae
bin iue is pickial up So a
iable degree. This is -
he aany sales of real -
ublished daily in the Me-
raneportation men also re-
nd increased freight Mp
as to trade, the atore of
are an indication of what
ne in them. They are
busy", as one of the pro-
a large oAme ren
This Is the seoas of 4he
siness hating in Florkla.
glad to see it open so wel
ouragingly. The imprne-
s that the 1908.9 season la
I be a -oord-brh o-
re, Thomas?
Sea Island cotton farmer,
vision can safely rely on
4uty on Egyptian cotsa.

Worth Trying.
I Floridias and the pre
would turn their undivtd-
to matters for the 5Me's
Irop poltics for at least
we would see our state
L grow In wealth, and pop
dingly. The experiment is
a trial.-Mldlsa Enttr-
D break It Up.
1pa Jack" Maxwell, of Du-
a criminal court, warned
ies 4 few days eago tfat
o longer impoe fines on
fted In his court of cawrr
Bi w.apomn, but would In-
ice the convicted ose to a
chain gaag. Last week a
Sman nw convicted of 4he
the judge immodataiy e-
to four mpoths in the gaxj.
at the only wy in which
a tmbk can be broken p
udoe In the state would
a service by adopting like
-Madsoon Enterprise-Re-

county has voted for
*. for the bqidiT a
to-date court howaa (FO:
or many yer), andor
Snimprovements. We are
. see this evidence of
of one of Florlda's most
Couttles.--adison Enter.
d the Same to All.
dtudes of a crooked Bmen
ny, and disaster my W
success. Morse, the ice
the banker, the bolder of
Ubip Uses. but a itte
grand sucems, living in
led to thie beoat, wih a
impeadiKng truable. w
d crimdal, flfteem yw aa
Nil-hard work. bard #I,
ambition, no hope. We
k years aad pe raps 'w
his term, and t hie aes,
ily ncllned ambition, on-
does not land every rich
but an example, such
serve its urpoe and dl..
eory that tie expiation It
|for the poor man.
o aa ought to be as
la^w the Aheigty--a.
ke to tta rich, the poor:
Sew;e tewhite, the blak.

are often the victiUm S
m, rater aaa the ric.
hemaeea to mutt their
lando leporter4tar.
mmunity of lease. The
vs of this coun have ast.
refusing any aplmnsm.s
ermits anad they should
his safe eourese; sa the
ig the power f the cout
them to grant priTllm_
mly aesult in benam seldM
the prompt dealal it'de.
npa Tribas.
Iht for Fifty Years. *\

P. Roberts west to (he
ay and voted tr his M.
ilve year, w.hgag a L
every vote has teenh t
nocratic ticket.-Tallbad


he carving of

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, when the greatest, absolutely the greatest sale of Fine Jewelry, etc., that has ever been pulled off in this locality
will start. Hop the first train or street car and get here Wednesday Morning, at 9 o'clock. Your money will go
farther and buy more than ever before, in many instances 1



ILL DO Leek and Key It Will Pay You Let Mothing Keep
"*'" MrA 'O- II to come one hundred miles to attend this great Aiway.
and will remaindcloed until Wednesday auohikg sale of strictly High-Class up-to-date Jewelry,
at 9 o'clock., Positively no goods sold and no etc., forced on the market to be turned into cash All goods marked in plain figures
ome aObed in the building until that time." in 15 days for what it will bring. can buy as safely as a grown person.

You Near In Mind
that B. Gerson was a wholema e dealer and always bought *d.
rect from the nmwn fctursm a figures nmh less than tfde
S. A child ordinary retailer, so everybody should avail th melves of thi
glden opportunity ef buying Up-toDato Jewelry, etc, at priosm
far below the cost of production.

.A Are Prices That Mean Destruction to Wholesalers, Let Alone Retallers: s

Gmhe*t'wre department. Wire Kitchen
Porit worth c,togo at ............. Ic
Wire EfggBeaters go at ................ lc
-ich gray enamel Pie Plates worth 10c to
go at ........... . .. .. .. . 4c
Gray enamel lic dippers ,positively worth
this, go at ................. ........ 7c
Graa Enamel wash basin worth 25c, extra
large .................... .. .. .. . 7c
40-quart gray enamel dish pan to at ...... 9c
.qusrt Berlim covered Sauce Pan, regular
0-c sie, go at................. .... . 3c
2-.yart CoffeePot. worth 40c, to go at .... lic
Br. a-nd White Enamel Tea Kettles, worth
c to $SIA, go at ............ . . 23c
Oiwea d Was Tiub worth SOc, go at ....23c
ull saie Wash Bord, go at ............. 8c
LITt Hlie of Dinnamnds to select from in
the ciy. Select your presents now, this is an
owooM~ty ofalifec time.
SMao neys go at ............ 2c
W Blck Bake Pans go at ....... .... 3c
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Heavy Nickel Plated Tea Spoons, go at, 1-2
doz ...................... ........... 5c
Heavy Nickel Plated Table Spoons, go at
1-2 doz . . . . . . . . .. . . 10c
Steel Table Knives and Forks, go at, per
set .... . . : ..................... 33c up
8-inch Mixing Bowls ,woth 15c, go at ..... 3c
10-inch Miing Bowls, worth 20c, go at .. 7c
Light Plate Knives and Forks, worth $2.00,
go at, per set .............. ......... 98c
25 dozen Cups go at each ............... 2c
25 dozen Saucers go at ................ 1c
Carving Sets worth $8.50, go at ......... .$4.39
Dana Food Grinders, worth $1.25, go at ... 73c
One lot odd pitchers, worth 50c, go at..... 15c:
Ladies' Leather Hand Bags ,all styles and
sizes, go at ........ ..............98c up
Genuine diamond rings, solid gold settings,
worth three times this price, go at.. $4.98
100 dozen plates go at, each ............. 3c
50 dozen decorated plates, worth 15c each,
go at, each .................. ...... 6c

100 dozen Fancy Decorated Impot ted China
Plates, worth from 15c to 25c, go at .. 5c
10 dozen real China Fancy Decorated Salad
Bowls, worth from 22c to 50c, go at... 13c
101-piece Complete Dining Set, worth $10.,
go at ........ .............. ...... $4.97
$15.00 to $50.00 Dinner Sets, go at .....$9.89 up
$65.00 to $125.00 Dinner Sets go at ... $41.39 up
kancy Decorated Lamps go at .........47c up
Hanging Hall and Librar? Lamps, worth
three times this price ,go at 98c up
Plain Glass Tumblers go at ............. Ic
Chain bags and Sterling Silver Purses go at
less than manufacturers' prices.
Women's gold filled bracelets go at .. .$2.79 up
Ladies' solid gold rings go at ......... .$1.23 up
8-inch cut glass bowls, worth $5, go at .... .$1.85
All Cut Glass in propot tion.
$5.00 Rogers 1847 Knives and Forks, go
at, per set .........................$3.25
Rogers newest fancy patterns, Table Spoons
and Forks, worth $8, go at, per doz ... $4.29

Solid Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, worth $5
set, go at .......................... $3.65
300 new Watches, worth three times this
price, go at ... ... .... ....... 48c
Men's $15.00, finely jeweled Elgin and Wal-
tham 20-year case, go at ........... .$7.87
$25.00 Men's 15 Jeweled Elgin and Waltham
25-year case, go at ................. $16.97
$30 Gent's Solid Gold Watches, Elgin move-
ment, go at ................. ..... .$17.85
Ladies' 20-year case Elgin and Waltham -
finely jeweled, worth $15.......... .$8.3
Ladies' solid gold hunting case watch, 15-
jewel movement, worth $30, go at .... $19.05
8-day Alarm Clock, Oak frame, 1-2 hour
strike, worth $4, go at .............. $1.3
$25.00 French regulator movement, polished
brass and glass case, go at ........ .$17.50
Solid Gold Bracelets go at ............ .$4.89 up
Men's Solid Gold Rings go at ........... .$2.78
25 dozen solid gold Baby Rings, worth 75c
to $1.50,go at ..................... 48c
Toys, Dolls, Doll Buggies, Tricycles, Bicy-
cycles, etc., at less than manufacturers' prices.

Theo msareall Here to Back the Prices;there are also 10,000 OtherArticles too Numerous to Mentioi
YeO Know the Date, You Know the Day. Sale Positively Ends In 15 Days.

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418aY AlL An a&dJintg cottage was -
S-Vd by=.hief Bic Fe ad tae ,'re%
E E'S- f cissA &, betse s oa M. TH S MAN eAN
;, u.t exth fbw carried on the A small bottle of Scott's
DAnI[AnHE .W Oesoosny ceVsLs will
Ibe tunaulml Sergeani Jarl. of the last baby amonth--afewdmps
77th compmay, w1ho died Saturday eve- In its bottle each tie it s fed.
ntAg in the hospital at Fort Harran Tha'es a small outlay for so
cas of typhol fever. ocurred at that a Of re tuno ort.5
!pa e Mboiay morning at 1 o'clock.
e werl tty loral designs trom v eils that ar SIR HARRY JOHNSTON GIVES 1
etty were placed on his grave in the
nations cl eatery. IDEA OF WHAT THE PRESIDE,
The cse of C. L. Brown, better SO tt EI uloSHOULD DO.
known as "Bob" Brown, charged with SOL D.
Ieeny of a floor rutg from the Solo- quickly respond to its helpful A New York Special says: Sir
moe m urature Company. was tnol aiR It seeis to contain just Harry Johnston probably knows more
prsse in te criminal court Satur- Ost o cin about Uganda. Buganda and some
poay n e nal ourt Satur- the elements of nourishment a other parts of central Atrica than any
*. baby needs most. other white man. You wouldn't thiik
Hq&. B. C. Abernathy, grand master C.Ordau food frequentv lacks ju;t from talking with him for a few
of the Order of Odd Fellows of Flor- minutes tri in his room at the HoteA
Ida, arrived In the city yesterday this nourishment;, cott s Chelsea, inat he is the man who dis
moraai. Emulsion always supplies it. covered the okapi in the Ruwenzori
*.A. E. Longren. chief engineer A th e t thgion, one-third of the way across
G. A. -. Longaren. c chief engineer paer intl_ i..ut'i iealm V eit A lo w Africa from the east coast. But be
of the tug Aocomac. stationed at the cents to cer ae. and we wE amd ws a did, and maybe largely because o01
tba ck I ; ma 'n Xg local avy yard, left last night for 'CanmeteHandyAitaofthe WmW' :: = that discovery of the okapi he is
Oms oanis t I~ y Rice2mnd, having been transferred SCOTr &BOWNE.M4I Pe NISet. N~wYork going to be the guest of President
attnt to trble by acin. It ere ---- Roosevelt on Friday. and maybe a
-- antij to trouble by ahing. It second time sane time later.
tel, with otherr yIlmpt ow4 such SHE WANTS NONE BETTER People who knew all about the Athi
eviu- h1a6ae, 6- the The bopeekeeper who once tries We beg to announce that pains, the snow crowned volcano ot
lain weight the lower part Blue Ribbon Vanilla is satisfied. She we are exclusive and sole Kenya and Ihe easiest way to get to
the Ddy, that a WOlm an einIn wants nome better. There is none Lake Albert are not very plentiful
ortan amnedsime edid*ateStt-nn1L better, agents in Pensacola for about Washington. Sir Henry hap-
I M so ates themeu W SW dy pens to be in this country for a two
rhi<, remym the months' vacation. He is going to
Washington, on the invitation of the
&Ama -' NKS VING MANDELBAUM & CO.'S president, to tol some things tha
to hthe president wants to know before
LYM A E.IOIA S FAMOUS KANSAS CITY he tarts out on that ing trip next
ar KOSHER SAUSAGE AND Perhaps there is no Englishman
vM WYOM,&of6 ehMEATS. ho has covered so large a part ot
Ave.,niYlX.9_: FOOTBALL GAM E K MEATS. south Central Africa as Sir Harry.
"Illw trableloal r tm______ ewi He is counted an explorer over in
Vo s814 i in England, and his government has also
S Cla al andHigh School Purity, Excellency, counted him as among the best of its
Until dIwasWad aHig ScoolExcllecypioneers in the extension of hazy
Te Ae re ringfor Quality Guaranteed boundaries in the little known Afrl-
W" jLr'h absEL'Tea=s v ePreparing -for Quality Guaranteed. can places.
i*ea es rSad Yet, explorer though he is, author
St; a king three the Contest. of books of travel and the diplomatic
m l i y 1 _Mthat I amealt, agent in strange places at times when
an I,, in ----- most white men stayed away from
lb.AufumIfoti, H .es M cH .tSt places. Sir Harry saye so
etk Hh eSuuasourk ot h Jam es M cH ughr himself and so much
t k about things seeming of far less tn-
bader ad spoeandis to be played at Paettoterest that he must. be set down as
a, 2 1 0 1 p Ib t lm odsig h S e s t H s a s m l m a n p h y s i c a l-
p-- .ebeween the Hghh School and Mammoth Grocery. lyand the modesty setsmmoreheasily
SnowWasE lik a 'is to be ren ed s ,e" upon -him than it would it he looked
Aam "a temissin of a ear, lS d it Is to Phones 106, 1661, 1627. the part of the stage hero of a thou-
V T uSC WMEN be &C that their conteStS will C*'- sand adventures.
w thty Lydia Pink- tue Kubo t the booye r. Journey Into Forests.
a1 he o eo UTh Sir Harry was asked if his for.h-
&"1and1 utaibe thewere both afra s to undertake gameT- coming call upon the president haa
SX 4ty ur fmal o owehe bot to d m III anything to do with Mr. Roosevelt's
aia s pensei out-of-tacn te oing to games and plans for the itinerary of the African
wo hl tia bes tro ubid)Wthe niss~m support their efforts have trip. that, re
Ji-hMimnki nieB I lad i S e tNe however, eh, .h I. 1 can t say as to that," he re-
C T A twadhto team. Nw bewevto meria, !plied. 'Of course. when I call upon
fl 1 belaw- for atwol teams, have goedttea down to your president I will be in the way oft
tee-oa;lecyo-*rd work teao mshare got the on-t telling him some things that any
lf6in&l..euy dV..-, work to for the con -U UUTUU sportsman world like to know before
llW fbiloal serinosni ey. school visiting Uganda and the Nile country
nboys e servictims of ndck theof a I will tell him, for example, just what
-boys are yitia of is the lack of au7 kind of a country he can expect, whlia:
we uitabl eactosedtpice for Remrnains of Late Gad Hum- game there Is an dtere it can best
s ortsof yafneto hbe found.
STERSELY TOLD. 'o st n edg a btt phreys to Be Laid at Rest "Suppose I say that this would be
ff .I** I II n s a eaged tiat the he ideal trip that I would take-mind
mnmg y eon. e s atvedbeed This Afternoon. yo. I don say that the president
S^ e G been ThisAfternoonwill follow the same course. But this
J. P. LAg-, of Marietta, Ga.. W o e tog o ______ 1y- is what I would do." I would take the
Sthe 4ty yetery on a bue as &eotS u mmer but railroad from Momrnb that is where
'tvis itre ted. them. Thle death of Gad Hamphreys, one President Roosevelt ii o tak e the rail-
d i. t r es o the a o teams at e sreaeool ts best knoawa and most road, I believe. First the railroad
H oresed a tM s M e .a -s.1 esteem citizens, took -place &L is leads through a rich country of for
est. There is some shooting there, oi
er ts. ese s need al G .couagennt home at No 24 South Spring street course, but that is too well known for
* bible, Jand have It. It w yesterday morning at 6:30 o'clock, a sportsman who really wants to go
e Ml nm r a Pen- be aco t tey o t on he end being due to valvular heart somewhere where other sportsmen
!s y terd$y w K Igt g ing and they will be in
8:30 p. m, while the rbi= an'wde 3g good ltea for it Mere will be trouble, a disease with which he had don' A deal T
4agres at 5:15 a. m. Lt year I of t time up of t the eams later. been suffering for the past four year. Sir Harry saidthat theideal rip h
e them mmA ouh he had been onfned was mapping out would call for a re-
mi te a the mmm 40 4ow Nothing will give him as his home with' wat wS to preve his turman to the railroad aft rr lyig In
e average this n ch pleasure a a boxofci- lat illness for the past. teeweek the Kenya forests, and further pro-
a e n tea aep1c ti- the news of his death sprresd through- gress along by train to the Nanehi
Sg s $100 at the Crystal at the city s many friends ct plateau that borders the northern end
S. ha known him only to respect who of Lake Victoria Nyanza.
L* 1 In. I during the many years which had con- Here's a country literally swarming
M r tr v, ef NTm W stittedhism y yeas den hic h h ad ere- with game of all kinds," continued
a NOTICE, W. 0. W. Th deeahs resie born in St A the discoverer of the okapi. "*Off the
se& w ell at lortP In T he deceased w as born In S t. A u. lake to to e north is M ount E lgon, an
411 1 f the U o Mems1re of LAre Oak Camp No. 1. gustine on July 19, 1851, and had extinct volcanortising Ot of the' cen-
*i* s Il e eaa W. 0. W., are l uested to meet at reached the age of 57 years at ,the exter t a miniature Yoll of hae Prk
* t tM depet Sn-day, November tme of is dris. er of a miniature Yellotone Par
Agumt artists and Arthr M 1t 2. 1,2 i., to attend the unveiltng -ce- Coming to Pemnsacola while a young -e All about is wilderness o an ; ha'
S Md $1 ad ait eam in th* ealee of Severein James Blanch- man, he eoon became familiar in local finest sort. Hunt hs wildere for a whi '
c-J- ourt yestruay jar at at Glopt to cemetery, Brent sta- affairs. fnaly romuding up a splendid and then keep on going in a straigh.i"
B teeMs e aed aMo. Miekery Camp, Oak Oreve Cir- term of no less than 17 years in the line to the nativ k oingdom of Bugan-
* e ad all ramMing avereigna are cor- Pensacola post office, where he was a ne tothe atevskndom Ug and
Zen. Ueak, at4 med, wa $10 l yt o DLAD n. C. the lttea part of his term of employee Drg "In Birganda there are not so many
i e r Jio wase l t $15 J. F. DAVIS, Da. et C. n. he stt erved art of chief clerkmploy, game animals but a wonderful variety
r Rt.ed J.. uat s. (ta ter e Bsides ta he id eis survived of birds. Here the whale headed
*n* *e eredi CHAROD WITH b l childres the widho are as folwsurvived stork is found-a very. very strange
-IgSTEALING LIQUOR M ae )ay Je-udevine and m. please the sot of a por that who
TLNG O'Connell and Miss Sarah, also Frak. went into Central Africa fp r whome-
Mrt r C em weee deketo t .tr e Jntm orn, ,J and Chrles Humphreys, one thing ne ."etrl Ar after some-
tlto t he reasTrer om.rt ye The cameof Juaits Coalns, colored. sister. Mrs. \W. A. D'Alemberte. and thSni Hwr
t srty4-Sr 4efetaISta ees wsm oterday tran rred from the 1wo brothers Fred C. and Walker, are i Sian an paused a boahe was draw-
grn1, seven we,' dMash r'r ogeio mnty ahti'e also left to mourn his loss. almanary boundary line across
re eases wer coatle. Colm is charged with stealing four The funeral will occur at St. Mich- hec h covehtr of his tablWe.
t dto e m ouat of $643 w ao qrts e whlky from the wholesale '1 C *m 9 e as e hatewe-g-- ofh e A. Moog, of which he was am i. b ue at 3 m. Interment w l suchdite and say I w d that thi I were doin a trip
to tlb oaty a ito-ies. emapltoye. He was arrested Saturda' take ladce at St Michael's eme- it. You know I cannotake if I wer doin; Mr.
* night by Police Officer Gilmore a:t. ou know I cannot tell what Mr.
A cottae *Med d wiM be glven a prelimlnav hearing Tlhe pall bearers will be fol- Roosevelts plans may ie. and or
io. by Sydney Hale. colored, before a committing magistrate. ,w.-: .. Thornton Whiting. Marion wharst I may ay.her is no shin offiugeiast in'
ea tvd wr tke uW n factory, w'asJ QubfoTe u iuina. Mannie Bonifay. Peter Bonifay. Many Yesar in Africa.'
desLeed by oee aboutt 7 *.clock Bee- Subscribe for The Jour.l!1 Willie Riera and L. C. Bennett. The Many Years in Africa.
f._.___ .......... ....- -.- --. began ,his acquaintance winh Africa
when he was 21. and has been there




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most oft ne time since. In 1879 he
went on a mission of exploration
through Portugese West Africa, and
after the end of that journey he trav-
eled on alone through the heart of the
Congo region. The following year he
commanded the scientific expedition
of The Royal Society to MoutnL Kili-
manjaro in East Africa.
The explorer's work won recogni-
Zion from Lord Salisbury in t8Ss after
he had served as \-ice coinsul of the
C'arneroons and Oil River cora iy,
and he was appointed to tak-e (ihare,
of the then little known ierriorv of
Nigeria. His many official 'o.sition:'
have carried him :o Nassaand. i'.--
;-h Central Africa, the Nige-- Coast
Protectorate, Liberia and U;nda.In
recognition of his long se-viep in Af-
rica he was knighted in 189.4. There
are a dozen book of travel and of Af-
rican exploration to his credit. He is-
considered an authority upon African

e doors are closed and wil re-
main cleIed until Wedaesday. Norem-
ber eighteenth a 9 a. um Positively
no Woods sold and no one allowed in
the bQiMngBVatail g&t time.
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iW. Grooves & Co., World's
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By Glen Guernsey.
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New York, Nov. 1.-We are con-
stantly reminded by the morali:-ts,
physicians and undertak *rs in ourt
midst that death is an earthly phe-
nomenen which plays no favorites.
Tihi pale horse is always a winner
and no system has yet been found to
beat t.he book. These observations
follow the reflection tha' some sad
day one Samuel Clemens. otherwise
known i a Mark Twain, will go henuc,.
It is not in a spirit of levity that
this prophecy is made. There is per-
haps no man in America today whose
demise would cause greater grief than
would itat of Mark Twain. To mil-
lions of his countrymen. the white-
haired old humori-t is a friend and a
comrade whose death would be keen-
ly felt.
If some of us are yet glad that we
are better risks with the life insur-
ance companies than is M.C. lemens.
the creator of "Huckleberry Finn" lias
only himself to blame. lie has al-
lowed it to leak out that he hag writ-
ten several articles of a serious na-
ture that will -be published only after
his death. Moreover, it is promised
that i -.s e vxwesstin of hleti riiiest

thought of thhe old humori-t will he
of a nature to make the whole world
"sit up and take notice." So. while
Americans have only the kindliest
feelings for Mr. Clemens. and hope
that he will not don his heavenly
crown for nany years-well. he is
growing old, and our c-tuiosity is
For many years it has be'u known
that Mr. Clemnens entertains some
opinions on religious and ethicall ques-
tions that are not shared by the world
at large. That he does not make these
opinions public during his life is only
an evidence of the canny sagmacity
that has always marked his actionss.
Martyrdom does not appeal to Mark
Twain. "I am not here to do good-
at least, not intentionally." he bu-
moronsly remarked in discussing his
plans. And he was only half in fun.
It is reported that son. of Mark
Twain's dissertations on serious mat-
ters are already completed and in the '
hands of his literary executor in this-
Opera Season.
With the s ason of the Manhattan
Opera House already in full swing
and the old Metropolitan scheduled to
throw open its doors on Monday, the
metroitolis will soen enter upon what
promises to be an unprecedented pe-
riod of operatic enthusiasm. Time
was-and it was not so long ago-
that one opera house was quite suf-
fitient to supply the demand for the
nobler forfns of musical expres.-ion.
The subscriptions of the rival houses I
show 1h:-< luring the coming season
boih coniiiodious buildings will be,
tax.dil to the utnmot. In the near fu-
ture. a third home of grand opera
mnd become a metropolitan necessity.
Notre can denyY that tlth inaugura-
tion of the Manhattan .nark'-d th, lb-
ginning of a new (r.t in Newv York
musical (ircle.. In ithe oil days, ob-
(-cr. artists were (-onsidert-d quite
g-.od eiougah for th, Amieric-an i,--
tiopolis. an-i t'he q-tali.y if the grand
opera served up to New Yorkers was
a szandlnz joke in Eiirolian op-rawi-
(c rtie-. If an ar;tit i x As- no' .od
-nonliri ft.," the -o titwi n'-tr l c-.t):ral:-.
h.- ieid himself off for ;Ais.rral;t o-
South' Ameri,-a. If h.' fail.-I to o ar-i,-
-nTluisiasmu tlier-. New Yor-< remained
as a last resort f''r tlih.-. < el -.s sing-
Occasionally in the >pr--amna,nner-
stein days. a sood arti.. c-(nme to New
York. but tes.c' visits were few and
infrequent. Second-rate sin-ers. for
the most part. rendered third-class
roles in fourth-rate o;.eras. And NdA

Yo-k. not knowinit anL helter. wa.
content to) he the op,-rari- -"'oat'" of
the world.
Now all is chance-d. The best
-inrers of the world ive voice to
matchless melodies from the stares
of the metropolis, and if the warfare
between the rival 'ouns-s is long
drawn our. the time may comne when
Europe wil play second fiddle to Am-
erica in the rendition of _'rrnd 'pera.
It i c- ~imated that a m;nlion musice
lower- will attend the 200 perform-

anees to be given during the season
by the two opera houses, and this
fact in itself is a remarkable tribute
to the development of aa "ear for
-music" by New Yorkers. The opera
is no longer a dressmaker-' show,
attended by bored society women for
purpose of sartorial displ-iy. The ap-
preciation of the higher forms of mu-
sic is rapidly becoming a real pas-
sion, affecting all clasI-es, the Italian
waiter as well as Milady of the Four
How to Get Strong.
P. J. Daly, of 1247 W. Congress St.,
Chicago, tells of a. way to become
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ters. that I feel it's Jy duty to tell
those who need a tonic and strength-
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mother's ease a marked gain in flesh
has resulted. inomnmia has been over-
come and she Is. steadily growing
stronger." Electric Bitters quickly
remedy stomach,liver and kidney com-
plaints. Sold under guarntee at all
drug stores. 50c.



A Highly Esteemed Young
Man Died Sunday After
Lingering Illness.

Fred Favorite, Jr., an estimable and
most highly esteemed young man,
died early Sunday morning at the
home of his parents at the corner of
DeSoto and Palafox streets, where
bhe -had been ill. for a vumbe-r of
,Mr. Favorite, who had reached the
age of 25 years. began failing in
health nearly a -year ago, and some
weeks since was compelled to take
to his bed. His condition grew
gradually worse. death ending his
suffering Sunday -morning.
For 'many years he had been in the
employ of W. J. & B. Forbes, and
was highly thought of by his em-
ployers, and h;i death is much re-
gratted biy them. as well as p1l others
with whom he was acquainted.
The deceased is survived 4by a moth-
,*r and fat-her and one brother. The
remains were placed at rest yesterday
morning in St. Michael's cemetery, a
large, concourse of sorrowing friends
and relatives being present.
he following permita were issued



kSA DEi!

Don't Fail

to take advantage of the
values offered at this

Men's Suit Sale
Some of the season's
most beautiful patterns,
and tailoring of the high-
est order.
$23 The Suit.

yesterday by Building Inspector Rem.
To L. Wiselmgal to repair the build-
ing at 136 West Zmaragsa street.
. To John. T. IAnd to erect a one-
story brick addition, 26x32 feet. to
the buIlding at the corner of Alcantz
and Intendencia streets.

Shot Plug Cut, a perfect
blend of Kentucky Tobacco,
10c a can at Imperial Cigar
Real Estate Transfers.
Felowieg Is a Itst @t the rweal ate
tranmactom recorded yesterOay as tr-
atah"e br the P.masces Abstrat Of.m
J. M. Stoqe by Pheriff to Lee
Daniell-1-3 interest in lAts 1 to 4,
Blk. 39, East Pensacola-$210.
Thos. Newell to A. .1. Pruett-The
E. 29 ft of Lota.6 to 10 and Lot 11.
Blk. 119,'Eagst King Tract 91. No.-
Jas. C. Watson to Mary J. Hender-
son-The S. 15 ft. of Lot 7, 111k. 6~,
W.lest King Tract-S30.
Making of a Star.
"I can whistle through my teeth,"
pointed out the comedian.
"And I made you leading -nan on
tie strength of that," responded the
eminent manager. "Now. If you'll
learn how to wiggle your ears, I'll
make you a star."-Courier-Journal.


Before any sore can heal, the cause which produces it must be removed.
As long as the blood, from which our systems receive their necessary nour
ishlment and strength, remains impure and co't-mni2ated with disease germu
any old sore on the body will remain open, and resist every effort made to
heal it. The nerves and Otsues of the flesh around the places are continu-
ally fed with unhealthy hatter and nature is simply disposing of the poison
by draining it from the system through the sore. The only cure for an old
rore is a thorough cleansing of the blood, entirely ridding the system of the
c=use. s. S. S. heals old sores 'b removing every particle of imprity from
he circulation. It goes down toUhe wrybottom of the trouble and so com.
*letely d am the circulation fWat there is no longer any impurity to dnra
through the some, but the plaow i oeemore nourished with rich, health-
fal blood S. S. heals the aMe fro the bottom, the place soon fils in
with healthy, fim leAs, the eindess es, all discharge increases, tbhe
s k xeis its natal color and when & hs thoroughly deed am d
purified the blood the plane is pe.rna&tly healed. Book on Srems aad
L'lcers and any medical advice free to all who write.
I%' SWIT $wi UjL CO.. ACLAo.GA .

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-iris re at ;,LA JOURNAL, -Iu&SIuAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1908.

L SOIR I D All the News of West Flo

Father Turner Deiverd1 Ex- Wanted in.Texas on Charge Dr. Hirsch Favors and Rabbi .m'sm -- Y ~ ~'- --- fw -- --
ceflent S ua thl Of A vaulting a Young Shlim n --Opposes Reli. - a ille made his usual vifsu hi. r tai ciue Saxon, Iretta Bradford, forwards. tni. w. *k it
week. Those from the L. H. S. were: Rosa teet of lmbe
Lifeath ope. Lady of That'State. gious Internrriage. COTTAGE HILL Mr. Hunt, of Gaine.villc. special Yawn. center; Blosa Cates. Anna H. J. Chilly
S___ agent of the interior department, is Dickey. guards: Helen Saxon. Vir- weeks' visit
here for a few days on businesS. ginia Ame., forwards, at Bonlfay. re
SSpecial to The JournaL Charles H. Adams, of Grand Rapids. The Junior Auxiliary to the Board D. D .MUes
A l e n agatif w Hea rent Tera ried. H.b yesterday morn- Chicago, Nov. 16.-Dr.- Emil G. Cottage Hill, Fla., Nov. 16.-Mrs. Mich., was among the mills here a of Missions of St. John's church will gin making
h y a e- or the or taking Go Hirsch declared in his sermon at Sir Fields and two daughters, Mrs. A O. ew days last week in the interest of ive a silver tea at th rectory Fri- will take hi
Swas re d cGee bck to that city, where nai Temple yesterday that there is Myers and tephs no Myers and Stephen Bennett formed hs company. day afternoon at 4 oT.oer through.
Sbe exceptiay be is wanted onthe charge of hav- racial reason why Jews should not n- a merry theatre party that attended . McCaskil Co.. went to Pensacola, on Sunday from a protracted viit to
11110. toew ltim-nall asaiylted o Aeyoung termarry with non-Jews. "-- J. MeCaskill Co.. went to Pensacola on Sunday from 3 protracted visit to .
Sd tt e irL s isaulted o have been intermarriage e Is universal." he The Thief" in Pesacola Friday ev- on business this week. New Yrk and Chcago.
Slsr TII ltad as the sWet white girL two i sad to have been Interarrage is unvmeralried ing. V. H. Robinson and family remov- Mr. J. W. White. of Carrabelle,
m bab *M=- M the Ile of the Pope, eemtitted about two years ago. said. The Jews have inter-married ening. ed to Millville the past week, where at the week end in Tallaha.=see.
whieh .r-ry haterstit g. He UO ,ee, who is now a member of with other stocks since Abraham's Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald at- ed to wiIvlln future a e M ere. and Mrs. H. o. Wood, accom-
&o omtime. Our alleged racil jurity 1s a tened the Reese-hite wedding inthe will in future reside.Mriad ers. H. W dcc -
d t te bor Jly 2, e the t tlery companies time. ur alleged racl purty tend theReese-White wedding n The attendance at our public school anid by eir niece. Miss Hendrck
8I5, me j mew l~, eis fwter bet s tioatned at Fort Barrancas, has figment of tAe imagination. Moses Pensacola last Wednesday. has increased so much that a fifth son, arrived Saturday from Medina. Lockhart.
a lette earner. Te mother ree been arrested by the officers at the took a wife who was ot even white. The Sunday school of this place is teacher was found v and 'Miss O.. to spend the winter at their south. Manager Stra
bawr lhilrea as they hold be, and Wrt were be wil be held pending The modern Jew resembles his planning to give an entertainment on Rooks, of Chipley. has been engag.. ern home in Tallahassee. Collins today
~myoph ewt4 tlha i es the Pape, t11otitlIons with the war department English or German or American neigh- Thanksgiving, which promises to be The steamers Eugene snd Capt. The Cin Omega fraternity had an ert Emmett.
ot am early af in fif a e to f ts etura. to Texas. He was bor and is nothing like the Arab, the a very delightful affair. Fritz sailed from here this morning artist go out to the college Saturday to switch No
e a rt. At the ag 10 idetf by Sheriff Van Pelt by a purest type of Semiteknown. Mr. Dexter and Mr. Young. of Chi- with full cargoes of naval -tores. to take a photograph of the mem- and J. W. Le
years be vwal ebigt mles each y deecription sent here some time ago. Rabbi Schulmann Opposes. cago, are stopping at the McDonald bers dogs, Tuck
toa a~d f ch i-al. aM ti the ag is l" se that Sheriff Davis is New York, Nov. 16.-Israel Zang- home. Mr. Dexter made a flying bus- -' The rummage sale held b- St. nibs to shoot
tf 23 he was Maled& a plest, and certa o O' s Identity and he will's advocacy of intermarriage of iness trip to Pensacola Sanurday. A A news' Guild at the old armory last Engineer
his bishop eant him to- small towa, will reas.t in Pensacola until he re- Jews and Christians has oeen answer- Fire broke out near the t-evy home t TALLAHASSEE. Saturday. was a great suress in pont gaining
Where he worked amoag the poor. en- wes permission from the war de- ed in New York by Rabbi Samuel last week. and Mr. Levy is offering spite of tue bad. weather. It will e Conductor
eartag hebli to theme Et his partment to tab* the prisoner back to Sehulman". Zangwill's advice would, from a very severely burned hand as eld again next Saturday, at the narrow escape
.sa. Later he pm -trA asered to a Tex a If carried oeut, afect Judaism and di- a consequence. Special to The Journal. same time and place. ed hand yest
larger was there ded States In three generations he Tallahassee, Nov. 16.-Te new Mr. Samuel Moran Jr came down g a copli
S plaguewh e was of ch service,ed States n three generations. The from Quincy friday to spend the wek Several cit
ursiag a"n arligi for hthe sck. e I result would be the annihilation of f lady members of the college faculty end with his father and brother in Montgomery
Soe time afterwards he was made ithe purity and-integrity of the Jewish CARRABELLE. were formally introduced to Tallahas- Tallahassee. They were delightfully Brn t part of
auxiliary bishop of Matua, sa there sa id. see society last Wednesday afternoon entertained Saturday evening by Mrs. surprised at
took ti e of e a l rua Along simar lines Father McClos- at a charming reception given them at B. A. Meginnias at her hospitable the extensive
rl ooperative aks for the rmers ecalto The Journal. home on South Ada street. Mr. Harlan
and labor, whih were o t sue- ky of the Roman Catholic church Carrabelle, Fla.. Nov. 16.-The East Hall. brother of t
ce a scored mixed marriages for Catholics. Franklin Lumber company has let tie This reception was the first of the ~ .,~. .- days at Cam
away wift strikes ae-- the erklag- contract to rebuild the drug store and ladies' regular Wednezday "at homes" was very enth
men. postofice which were burned some for this year, at which they are ac- FALCO. o og "Tuck."
Pope Leo peolutd elarndial __ time ago, and a force of carpenters customer to receive their friends Ben H .Sm
and patitnMa Of tV e, nT Whid le are now at work laying te founda- from the city. A large number of from a severe
there *e lved a very sa life. This is the Record of Miss w E tons for the buildings. The contract ladies responded to the Invitations special to Th Journal. Dr. and Mi
0i 1h"wI M g tl o p I r. has also been given to rebuild the sent out. and were hospitably receiv- Falco, Ala., Nov. 16.-J. H. Givens of yesterday
h wet to r t T IIrn nRsssnd jail and council room by the town. ed by Miss Sarah Cline and Miss Hal- moved the logging camp cars to near reports a hea
er Turner. he had O Idea o be el U L LU L I Albert Fredrickson is building a lie Lewis. Mrs. Reynolds and Miss the home of Uncl' Jim Hart Friday. camps.
mndg Pope. haiag f r r r l nice cottage near the beach, and a Virginia Hardaway served tea. A crowd of boys and girls chap- Floyd Yarb
ret t ekat, wm ing Across Bay. U general improvement seems to have The new teachers are Mrs. Hequem- eroned by Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Miller sick list for t
book _t wa" started all along the line. bourg, Miss Tarbet. Mi-s Martha went out to the cane mill at G. W. gineer McMur
piO t*o b 1 Ooma. D. P. McCrory and little Margaret, Clinc, Miss Wheeler, Miss Dalzell and Lungy's Thursday. night, and all re- Pasco Rica
StUte Poe1 he had dose much Two turkeys in one ahot i te rec- of Live Oak, are visiting Mrs. Crory'f Miss Mulligkn. .. port' having a delightful tim spent today i
refra 4the 1amnge01 a 16 of Miss atele Dimcan, who re- Perry Snow, Colored, At- father, J. R. Blocker. An interesting game of basketball Saturday was pay day with the Flor- friends.
thib ld 44l~ af anll sides with -Sr parents cresn the bay, The delegation sent to thd Colum- was played last Saturday morning be- ida and Alabam Land company, and B. Atkinso
stZ 6oetd ia m He has and is a record seldom attaJned. tempted to Board Mov- bus convention has returned and re- tween the newly organized Country quite a crowd of e.ployes were in two of his te
plaee s the tOe list as ket*md after Mlis DuncaLport a fine time. The council will Club team and that composed of girls town. will engage
maw MBtriea. th _ftfag the was mantiag near her tome, when wo in Train Lat Nioht. meet tonight to hear their report. from Leon High School. At the end Mr. and Mrs. George Parker ar3 try.
blahe a a higher 3ta tl g. Ite-e gobblers Bew up in. front of Capt. James Pickett was orator from of the game the score for the C. C. all smiles over the arrival of a strange Albert Senf
rather T woesld that whe the er She fired e *hoi ad brought / Carrabelle. stood i4 to 8, though in the first "talf boy at their home, Wednesday even- bought a fine
was laste f eN aa aw the Pope 4n boe the fSne fellows. 'While weighing freight cars on the L the advantage had been gained by the ing. Both mother and son are getting yesterday.
the *w er at Ii a to all ta Tw1heyr a re ported as being plen- scales near the Pensacola Gas Com- 'S'" 2 L. H. S. Mr. Kenneth Moran acted on nicely. Yesterday
Amerkca, ay the people ofthi tift across the by, especially on the pany's plant, on North Tarragonna ORT as coach for the winning team and Dan Wilkinson, Dan Hart and J. H. and the comp
t t vftn dear tto Mm. t ' street about 9 o'clock last night, a FREEPOR T Professor Barber for their opponents. Givens took a few hours at bird shoot- coin among
switchman heard some one gr osing, Mr. Fred Elliott was referee: ing Wednesday and succeeded in bag- T. H. Smit
-*and on going to t*he main track he -- On the C. C. team the players going 28 quail, ery business
dP y n w colored kboth caSto 'o ournam were: Sara Spears, center, Bershe J. G. Joiner, lumber inspector for lieves in the
feet completely severed. It is thought Freeport, Fla., Nov. 16-P. D. Be- Meginnias, Bessie Damon, guards; Lu- the .Keyser-Mldon Co.. s in town sand.
S M the man met with the accident when
H SD he attempted to board n out-goin he had made clear 300,000 pounds ($1,- bas a good record in the police de-
1 1 5Snow was unconscious when found TIhe Pl 0he went to cahfovii -waiththe ic et M
and was carried to his hoe on Bep n /l I II the Beards. In spite of his tluck at nturda p eendc MI d anders
Ss s tf rsimseveni he went up into Alaska ud in Indid anapols today for this week's ton and Ho

*'C titd r.tion as switt mman abo t a week W .r Mt im 6 0. Sgin sant demanforisnt and grnd lodeto the thro
The standard Clothing Co former- The BderrinulletRemovedr with which he shot him- the LifUUU Thomas felt an irrthesistible desire ton Wednesday of the Independent Order of o
i rAway on t S uday. | aceny b J. Heney C Cexloreonew fields. With a prty oedd Felow are bgnng to arrive rounding cou

beaatlifl youag ltie oa Sunday. when men im w aW "*tack company, having of his subordinates are content wits 12-Year COurtship. graphical points in that region the. will be a feature of the conclave, they are vure
Mary hL- th-e 2-yearde daughter tly bee torporat-d. a large the declaration that the prisoner car- names they bear today. which will be formally opened toinor- Two of theo
of Mr. and a aw y. 3 a of tae lastochoy.ers red the weapon into hi. cell con- terMade 2atrionia000ta There row. tatereform
ci sealed In his shoe. Other members ihere 1867 Dr. Thomas left that coun-f

i Hte p i o au was held and th department of W J Bus. a The most remarkable mrrie try. He made a dra t thBak o MUNICIPAL CONRESS. morning. The
lted ,e r - r -.wthe teolow e elected: special agent of the district attor- couple in Colorado, it not in the Unit- British Columbia in London for 50,- the were i
w. ..e.l I la the city, was PreMeat-C. C. Gooeb an. ney's office, insist that the pistol war ed States, started in housekeeping in 000 pounds ($250,000), and something Pittaburg, Nov. 16.-One pf the big- thy ouetreys
.f l n eajoyed her visrelst-T. k Welloea handedaib either by his wife on the Denver Col-Y a few days ago. They likraphe $6,000 for pocket money. This gest and most important conventions disadvantage
I- ad the la t 8 ary-erporated a lameoccasion of her visit, or by some other but took no was the rot derived t rom his work for the consideration of m cipal an lost an one
Soa ( yeynag Ife Treaasuer- .a geli.e person. were married last week ut took In itsh Columbia. Since then the civie matters ever held in this country ,1udge WoTl
owra ser twab iM ag s ta- h e la c r honeymoon. Perhaps thay thiak theY doctor has both made and lost money will be opened aere tomorrow. Tte vened this n

lt t ys t h wics Mrs M. Kon wh has O are too old for such nsene, for the in bulging towns and other enter se ons will be nder the joint as- heay docket
Sintimtel for.twene e has groom is Dr. James I. Thom 89 p rises, till now his fortune tha con- pines of the American Civc Assoca- since we a
Sa e rday e was held and o the department of W J. rs, e o t r e mr. pletely gone. In spite of this blow he tion and the National Mnicipal th doke
a wn a warm I special agent of i ethe district attor- oon le in Car old orado, If the ot in the U it- e of the haiiest men that ever League, and will continue through n e

plSac cfharming qitohe hsome Ido Ier Thms s 7 lie f-our days. Many distinguished de:- of wd so
Sr --.C.o an. ne shoot Hene time o, .For twety-oe yersnes thee twonsistttt pistol old tates, start mot modeled in t hound retiring o gaepingtes arrived n cit todnga00 and cona($250,000), and something
death --T. Well that when h eitherated by his wife nation thefols have lived in te rear ys part of men, Dr Toma lve not in the past were given a courteous and hearty re. The
trri5r i. *I u iitrl rLn La few days ago she threatened to have tie house at i300 Chan-pa street, Mrs. but for today. He would easily pass ception by committees ot the PlUt- rence yesen
t 'ct k at 8t. Mchae, ringer occas one of her visit, or byls some had Aother nd now they are married. ears. He ltensely interested local bodies. mobile drive
l m ul f-.B.nown Haas to pdteie..s. Mrs. Haa, Resisted a Long Time. -the applicatisho n of magnetism and men-

at St. Mc e's cm when she visited the county Jail, was Ever since her husband died, twelve taI science to the healing of thesick.
cmp s. M. Kohn. who has known Haas ago. rs Tho mas sate d i th ce hens undertaken t e has Baltimore, Md., Nov. 16.-Arrange Miss Grae

?a4. Coful, and Mr. To Set Fire to the Sucture se ddn any oneof Hae andbashfulicouldno thsee Itotatway i kno thatnhbelliits closely related meingof ith Attlanc Dee Wtetr Whil hereo
l iSaaturday Night. Mnitei l Cleansing Neareded. thrda y ftr -Juaes on htomem frie y JKin Edwart nin mot -

D u I I In T herart Est lspanni B ay ou In doz ns ofuchurche Sin t i city th em to th er. w fe "He nW -uitL Livel, i dayrs Plans for ^ waa ay e
1 o clock Saturday night. The ire was the attempt upon Heney's life, and of ye peacr as the lest ian qath 140 or 1e0 yeas. of agt. loy f tahe*th Misses Dick
S ear the center of the tresUe and affirmed the need of a municipal est way of having the knot tied. Te died at the ageT of 104. but had he YACHT OUTING LEFT Measrs. iorn
Sl was extinlshed with little damage cleansing in San Francisco. At Va- doctor just naturally drifted uptown taken care of himself he might easily SUNDAY FOR MOBILE friends in Gr
Sby the crTew of the psenger train rious places in the state mass meet- and got a marriage license and then, have lived fifty years longer. I have Mrs. W all
wrom the east due here at 9:45 p. m. ings were held where the sympathy after dinner, accompanied oply by a sister 100 years old. I gave up The auxiliary sloop-rigged pleasure husband today
I fw beleved that hhe trhratnee was of the people aiCsn attendance waae ex- Mrt and Mrb f Drid Mos cu 10e4 smsokny e years ago, after using yaott Outing. t Mason, arrived he reae dsted
".. set on whre<3>noirals had passed teded to the wounded prosecutor and was er stieet the ased couple went tobacco 64 years. I have always used heTE Friday from Tampa, sailed Sun- Sneeds.

over It i"n aewvr heors. Th-e fire his work endorsed. At the hospital to seie i 'U AO,-. liquor moderately. I don't know the day for Mobile. The Outing tu unee Mrs. A. G.
Trial of Cass in the United was discovered by the crew of the where Heney has been confined, there Long and Varied Experence. nation thatgoes wthntoxicato. charter by Mrs. J G. Kitchell of New ridge clb
trata coming hrom the hat. has been an ever-increasing stream Of all newlyweds, these two have I've had typhoid fever three times and York, who is making a tour of th
* Ote r t M No of telegrams from all part of the probably had the most checkered rheumatism a good deal. but that's gulf coast. BIG
tStatC o t Will Now THE LADIES TO BE world asking for news of his progress career. They have each seen more of about all the sickness I have ever I FAT ew York,
and expressing regret for the act that the delights and vicissitudes of life known. GEORGENewYork,
Commence. A KED TO ASSIST so nearly cost him is life. than most folks ever experience in Dr. Thomas has ?rossed the Atlantic RECOVERING FROM WOUNS an era of re
-their lifetimes. Mrs. Thomas, a bright, seventy-one times. For years be made the way and
S* ---- -A number of usielann of the city BT llMg ag A I merry old lady, was born in Rochester several trips to Europe annually to Geore Andrews, te s fruit wil be neede
.The petit J. a el who are endeavoritg to organize and M inuMo OUW R BI N. Y. She has lived in over half the buy goods for mercantile house in dealer w w ehot in the left thigh f the corpora
The petit juries were empaael at Pfu~ wit a first-cIass MAiJRITY FOR m 7 states in the Union. She went with Canada. J tas af th Charled W. the V lnia-
yesterday' z esto. of the Uniteh white a are BW endeavoring to -sAn .R.. *, LEZ her first husband and Dr. Thomas to Jones, ha left the sick ward at the y will h
States Cort, the docket aed and enlist the asistame Of ladies in Pen- (Continued From irt e) California in 1853. when, as they pass- CAROLINA CHURC'ES. police station and ia able to be out morrow for t
the followik g caep set or trial: saeola in hel tag la anything which ed through Omaha, they saw not a. Columbia, S. C., Nov. 16.--Iarge on the streets, the proposed
0. H. Smith aAd SOa va. L. & N. R they nmy undertake for the benefit of interference or restraint in the orderly single house. delegations from all over the South LITTLE NEGRO TURNED teen million d
K. Co., NOvember 1. the organli ten. observance of the requirements of the In California, Mrs. Thomas 's first are here for the twenty-ninth ntis- OVERTO COUNTY OFFICERS Of the new
Mrs. J. L. HaU vs. A. & N. IL R. TLetio was taken last night. law. The confidence of your country- husband and Dr. Thomas engaged in sionary convention of the South Caro- OVEOUTY S ollar is to
Co., Novemh 28. r wten the matter a, benefit ball was men. a jewel of the highest value, gold mining. They prospered at it. lina Disciples of Christ, which wil! The case of WUillie Wee Taylor, tree years.
Jqhnnte R. -Ba vs. N. 0 N R Ieu i at r White, as see- co-nes to you n the form o the hih Mr. Beard taking away with him over open this evening. The inaugural ser- a small negro boy, charged with as- disposed of a
SNve. rary w re ve any com raic est trust your country can give." $150,000, which he afterwards lost. As mon will be preached by H. A. Den- auting another negro boy with a four and a ha
.I. C. Pgr vs. Rebtalom Point tions addressed to the band from la- In reply General Gomez said: the result of an attack of typhoid ton, of Cincinnati. Reports to be knife, was transferred yesterday from used to retire
lumber Co., Nvember 23. dtle dsrlag to aalst the band. "The manner in which the elections fever, Mrs. Thomas's first husband be- presented to the convention show that the recorder's court to the county an.- sed October
1 H. 8. Lat va. L &.B.L o..1L have been held, would, indeed, have came an invalid. Until he died Mrs. the Ohristin church has made great thorities. ance, seven a
November t DEATH OF MRS. made me proud, whoever had been vie- Thomas and Dr. Thomas cared for progress in South Carolina during thewl be utl
Jam wa ve Peaavi. ec- A tor, because it showI the ba are him tenderly. last few years. Mr. Meserve, of Belgia, Me, prob- and general c
trie Co., ?-Cr It. *J ZZ capable of a elf-goverameat I ca- The trip across the plains and des- ably Ias lost the moat valuable cellc-.
Uiattedta 9 A. a Ma reoa & not refrain from qxpresaag the pro erts in peril of death by night and OFFICER WAS JUSTIFIED tons of Abraham Uaca phe4lgrapbs. SUNDAY
Co., I 1. Mrs. Ie01aa t13% Strasla. tound and sincere ratt whtc by day, was Mfs. Thomas's honey- IN DRAWING REVOLVER Some of the photos are sittngs Sreo New Bruns
U'itedl OB va. IMat NMavat of Jet -ua. died Sun- Cuba owes the great country e at ea-e m d she says she has ever Ufe, and the owner of the picture po5 One of the i
Stor e 4 br .. day ate tk g iJ te, 4s Web velt, which you have th1 bor to se enjoyed any trip so well. Mathal Snders las inveatigatea sesses the origlual ptves. upon hoo conven
: Hanry t .L& N. U. L mi I l' s-- ervice p e-a gratite wie wAl be He is a Engalshman. the trouble which occurred in the rear which a money vae can hardly that to be be]
Co..r. X IL 4 t1 t= 41ubch, at forever leep-rooted tin my sOl, s Dr Tim0 s was born I Lndon, of the Palace saloon on South Pala- be placed. Jee State
W. A. 4lt G. va. L L M. 8 3W8:90 at St. Cubes.* _aatda on April 2, 1820. When he toz street Saturday even, when a ton at w
JAr. at L S i. i 0 was 17 years oM he came to Canada. number of sohers from ort Baran- A Kaas, rat- brte tta gol
A. C X & R i arvved One the big isla of a gbr w At the age of 21 he succeeded In get- ca attempted to assault Mounted Po- tiesnakes ad S ear dai and del
ovaeW6.- \ A cir.~ e haild _i re. coeoanuta having oly a very this lay- tia his., father to give. him 10.000 Uce Oicer Carter, when he passed Yuma, Aritona. put a at hi ried to c
i.- 'i- ... J-_-A C e p -bearers: et of meat, beiag almost eatirely Sed poeads with which he embarked in through the saloon, pocket and later ahseut*ledly put iaugueation
The e. l "Ia a" gla"ta 6-m-.. Jha ., Amtomao with milk. This faudlshe the natives the square timber and mast manufac- He says that the officer was jus- his hand in that pocket to get a morrow, ad
STaGa a, John drink, both before d after ermet trying busine. He met with unusual tied in drawing his revolver, having match. He i w der the care f prepad to
yawl .f '"4..%Xas Ma&K f Vi J dlsg ion. autces and when he wa* 26 yet iold doae so ta self-defense. The officer a.coras of experened physlea. et--ta

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to relatives and friends
>turned Tuesday.
& is getting ready to be6
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Ala.. Nov. 16.-Asalstant
uss paid a visit to Camp
in his private car "Rob-
lie was accompanied
. 1 by Dr. W. E. Grace
Maistre. who with their
and Cissie, enabled 'his
several quail.
YIwrborough reports tae
rapidly on *he mill.
Grady Williams had 0
e from having a muttlat-
erday afternoon in mak-
isens of Dothan and
nald our city a visit tha
the week. They were
the cut of the mill, and
e logging operations.
of Des Moines. a.. a
e manager, spent a few
p Collias yesterday. He
iusiastic over Dr. Grace's
ith is rapidly recovering
attack of malarial fever.
rs. Trammell -pent part
at Camp 1. The doctor
Ithy condition of all the
rough has been on the
he past three days. En-
ray took hi; place.
bourg, night watchman,
In Florala, the guest of
n of Pera, Ala, took
ams to Pera. where ha
in the hardwood indus-
en Cook of 'Camp No. 1,
e jersey cow at Plorala
was pay day at Lockharrt
>any distributed a lot o4
ts employes.
h has established a liv-
at Crestview. He he-
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SNov. 16.-Sparks's show
3wn Saturday and a cri-
inmte, places the orrwd
and people from the ;-ir-
ntry. Calhoun, Was-nhg-
nes counties contributed
ng. A we!l ord, r I
1 arrests, as we hav- no
except a blind tiger getw
ly. birt our rh'riff and
*are very vigilant, and
E to land in the jail.
inmates, color d. of the
Ltory escaped Saturday
dogs were used to tract
around Cottondale. but
many ponds and suce
Sthe dogs were at great
FInally the track was
of the best dogs too.
e is here and court cone
morning. There is quite
but several have passed
so few murder ceases
ry gratifying to people
Jackson county, but we
ourselves, f
an unfortunate occur-
say. A negro was ruN
ly bruis-d by an eIt<
x by Mr. Finlay an 4
lnal Mention.
West returned to bel
Andrews after a pleas
Miss Maggie Alderman
iss \W'est was the recep
al social functions.
Lewis entertained Fri
for Miss Kate Ato
ten went to Chipley te
pepper preach.
son and Dickenson and
e and Carrol visited
eenwood yesterday.
of Tennessee Joined her,
,y to spend the winter
home of Mrs. W. R. I

Moore entertained the
cry prettily.
Nov. 16.-Believing that
newed prosperity Is on
that increased facilities
d to handle tJe business
tion, the stockholders of
Carolina Chemical Conm.
d a special meeting t>-
he purpose of ratifying
new bond issue of fit.
bond siune three millioU
be held in reserve fet
The remainder will be
t once. The amount 0o
if million dollars wVll be
e outstanding bonds 1 -
first, 1902, and the bal-
nd a half million dollars,
ted for working capital
corporation purposes.
wick, N. J., Nov. 1.-
most important Suaday
tloris of the year wit ha
id this week by the WNe
Sunday School AseGsNel
h the society wW I.alb
dea Jubilee. Maio e*
erates have alref*i et.
pleto the plan ler OW
of the big meetil to
the local eimtees i
dive all the -iagtg 1-

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LAST iiNr.
Little.Chip and Mary Marble in His
Honor the Mayo. .
S**Lttl.- ChIp." (whoever he is, the
cra~ai di~ini't say), and Mary Mar-
"s as May Flood, with a large troupe
>. and a bif bunch of pretty actumes.
pJpresented His Honor the Mayor to a
good audience at the Opera House
last night.
If any well meaning critic found
the plot he remained painfully, or
rather enforcedly. quiat.abctut It .ad
allowed a good plain fun-loving bunch
of footlilit followers to heartily en-
joy a tu.iwellany of frivolity, fooliab-
neUs facetiousness and foot. yrk. And
heing allowed that privilege, the house
took advantage of It and worked sOme
of he "artists" overtime.
His Honor the Mayor carries a
large company, all have a variety and
p abundance of pretty, fresai costumes.

Bingham & Theomton at tUe Orphegm.
and give a good two hour of worry-
abatinug enjoyment.
About Little Chip ind Mary Mar-
ble nothing need be said since. should*
a critic be so inclined. he could chip
nothing from the opinion )eld of nor
mnartble) the reputation held by, these
two (it Just would come. we tried to
heal on to it, but you know "iow it is
when you can't tell your story). They
even seemed to enjoy the havoc they
created among the solemn and digui-
fled folk.
The songs were all rich and racy.
aid*chornsed exceedingly well. A. B
Mell as Capt.In 7.ltsky rendered some
very fine baritone -olos and between
acts Mr. Ralph Muzo rendered a thor-
oughly enjoyed cornet solo.
May Robeen.
May Robson who will be seen at

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.: Orpheum. The show as usual
loses with the moving pictures, which
:e always a feature at the Orpheum,
from the fact that the effects are al-
ways wo: ked up by Profs. Joe Levy
;and Loali scui-rdon. The Orpheum
will no doubt play to crowded her-
this week if the show will draw
them. Thie managerss wi.:a to a.
nounce they have put up the stove:
and the house will be kept nice an

"Max trying Mary" and her numerous
husbands cavorted merrily at the Ma-
jestic theatre :ye.uterday afternoon and
evening for audiences which filled ;h.,
Shou L to ii-. "iiit, and so tho-:oughl
( iiid uhev :-'0i their fellow players j. i
u [I"l:% -ti.'" :i: r;. of til' Ilheater that ast
large audit ;ic(-- 'louiili greet them a
i T r- mainin.; p ertorri, inces of the ;.
to .tiher o(. -hlort cTiEngenicnt-for it
he langu..-e of aa philosopher of the
da: it i; in tossibi- to gept too mule.
Itof a good thiing;.. sa. th(e (G and Ra.:;
ida. Mich.. He'aid of a tomepany sooi.
Pretty blonde Flot-enee ( Gar. sweet
of voice ani stunning of figurre, a
ready had a large following amona.i
lthe patrons of the Majestic, but her
Shlist of admirers has been greatly atg-
r mentud as a result of the entertain-
ment she provided yesterday. An ac-
tresg has a difficult task to takeaki

al O, IU my tnated the character of Alary Mont-
i gomery. to say that Miss Gear does
eD sa O tl 1x acg suffer in the least in a com.pari-
-o hiss Gear is surrounded bya a slen-
did contpany, generally speaking. John
ell pam-dmsh MW rblow& Nloore. Mat- Hanliy and Harry B.
l* VB 2 L RA Roche, who played and sang the roles
W I of the three husbands of Mary, are
particut rly weil tast, wMile Harrd
IdbH raH nt^H itenhamu gave ai pleasing characteriza-
SM eLion of Ormsb y Kiipepper the head
.... _, ldof the anti-divorce society. who finally
- lecones hrahaand No. -. despite the
record Mary had mde in the divorce
Scouts. Richard Karl is scarcely a sec-
Sond Eugene ('owles. but he rendered
i the numbers formerly falling to that
accomplished singer, in a manner
E Nn that was very pleasing. The solo.
"The Last One is Best of All," anj
the duet.with Miss Gear, "Do, Be, Mi,
.W- -- -Fa." nmking particularly strong hits.
: 34ides tliese principals and minor
the opera house Thursday Nov. 19, i plied with a chorus of young women
fortunate in securing for her first who are good to look upon and a t of
starring vehicle a comedy so interest-! splendid voice and lively piritsa, so
ing and unque as "The Rejuvenation that the tuneful numbers are thorough.
of Aunt Mary"; in the ro'e of "Aunt ly enjoyable.
Mary" MtsiL Robson has a part that
fits her like a glove. Those who see The Eddie Foy imitation numbers
her will enjoy one of the theatrical done by the "Broilers," as the ten lit-
treats of the season, and those who test dancing girl, in the Askin-ainger
do not see her will mi.-s a dramatic Co.'s brilliant musical play. "The Girl
banquet. Question," are known. were the talk
The play is as pure and refreshing of San Francisco during the entire
as the oxomae laden breeze that migh-t two weeks of their engagement.
blow across the meadow one sees Every dramatic edior in town later-
throng the window of Aunt Marv'< viewed them individually and collect-
"settin' room" and after seeing the lively, their views were sought on ev-
play one leaves the theatre with a cry conceivable subject from the prop-
better feeling toward all mankind and' ,Or number of hair pins a girl on the
a knowledge that one has spent an stage should wear to the psychologi-
aniwr ieg tha o hila i a ( asset of o lanstiheld'ss roductionl-

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Present of the tSate. ing to the winter tourists are evident
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The following article giving inter- Il, not all. The congenial climate,
eating historical, agricultural, indus- light soil timber Jrocion against
trial and climatic facts al Fl athe cold north witids contributes also
tral and cUmatie facts aoout Florida, totheearly growth of fruit and ve-
is republished from a western agri- to the early growth of frmar and -
cultural journal of wide circulation: etables for texensited States mar-
"Florida is the mo-it southern and kets. The ex!)enslve hot house, hot
tFlorida is the moit southern and for.forcing vegetabh's in the win-
tropical state in the United States'.;ter months up north is available for
wonashed on theeast by the Atlantic. the Florida farmer without (cu.t or
on the west by the gulf banned both price. Who has not seen and enjoy-
by the Atlantic and gulf brzes. Itsed in Florida's sweet or-
climate is warm in the winter and tomatoes and beans, cu-
cool in the summer, and for this reas- .mbers. peppler.s. egg plants, water-
on, if no other, Florida is noted for melons and luscious early ,trawber-
its healthfulness and as a retreat for ries? In these line Florida has
invalids. sarcely a competitor exceI)( Califor-
"Years ago Florida was conceded n ar. icha comt itoo oaxcr from the
by the medical department of t nia, wich state is too far from thes o
United States as the healthiest state Florinpalo tharke arket. asa anoth-
in the union. according to the vital l- important factor. With the fast
statistics of the atmy of occupation transportation facilities from the
for many years in the Seminole war, eastern cities our visitors may walk
one of the bloodiest Indian wars 1" in .-i n.O, dyo. mouni a Florida
the h isqtn-v d% th Tn it ,-dU o i(S- m. io .n a. F lorSid a

even ng n a wort wul mannerugh.u I wItI -- t-"-- .... ....*. .. lreT,.. u i u.,ii o v i r n tu oatie,. *iecial an*ld walk in the sllade of tthe
enjoying a- hearty laugh. of "P;er Gynt," while automobiles and "'Florida was discovered on Easter ,pal trees the next.
the Jeunesse Doree of San Francisco Sunday. 1512. by Ponce de Leon, a. *"From the last biennial report of
School Days. were at their disposal morning, noOn Spanish nobleman and adventurer.! Florida. furnished by B. P. M-liin.
There is the very littlest girl in and nig:it. When he and his men first came in!we quote a low a.' of
School Dayi. and she-there. I'm tell- * sight of Florida, the faint white crops. $1 .s00.000: fruit cl-op. $4 iS7,-
iag stage secrets again, but-is so cun- 1 .iebler & Company's press depart- streaks of sand between the calm 280: live stock. $10.:1 .::r6i- poultry.
.ing to see herwalk up -nd whisper mient emphatically denies complicity blue heavens and the quivering flash- $950.496: dairy products. $1,036.113:
i the teacher's ear the question -.he in the horse-stealing that has been go- ing waters of the gulf, brole on them imiscellaneous, $127.6T4.
: too bashful to ask. ing on in the district wh-re Richard like a new dawn of paradise. "There are an otier resources
"'When the Boog-aboo Comes Harding Davis is deputy sheriff. "The superstitious Spaniards look- of income inFloridain the way of tim-
.round," sang and acted by Eva Ber- Liebler & Company. you know, are ed upon the new discovery hardly less her. deposits of lhosphate. fish. ons-
.:n. Bessie Robinson and Eunice Ger- producing Davis' "Vera, the Medium" than the symbol of the holy spirit. ters and sponge industries. and giv-
an, is decidedly a high-class special-,in which Mis Eleanor Robson is Ponce de Leon. aged and in justice to these items.
y number, and novelty as well as starring this year. health, in search of the fountain of
-'-arm of childish bugaboo terrors SPARKLETS. youth, beholding the evergreen an. C-] n a EXPetorant cuts couhs
.Vill help us to know one of the songs Ethel Barrymore says she did not continuous life of this wonderful pen-
;om Jack and Jill. say that society women were pigs. Insula, imagined the fountain within an COldS Short. CTres babS and
Then, too, there is the girl that gig- What Ethel needs is a 'more refiaed lhis grasp and scattered wonderful. 2 aI got
.lcs and the girl that eats in*school. press agent. reports and stories of this new and p 2. all drugst.
sidesds the boy "that girls ;nake sick.' "The Barber of New Orleans" had promising land.
The games of our childhood days, a very close s-iave from being a fiat "Hernando DeSoto asked his gov- Shot Plug Cut. Just that
sung by Viola Roch, and acted out failure. Oh. lather! ern-ament permission to conquer Flor- mild, mellow smoke you are
by the children, is a deli_.tful bit of Wilton Lackajye is fighting fcr suc- Ida In 1637. and landed with 620 men.-
pleasure, and every one who sees the cess in "The Battle," but he looks a In May. 1639, in what is is now known looking for. For sale at Im-
Ifttle play will enjoy many minute- little too weighty to put up much of as Tampa Bay. But there was not-*- perial Cigar Stores.
out of the usual fun. a bout. in-- to conquer. The e uintry wa.
i Report has it that Nat Goodwin, sparsely settled, little more than a Ciga Sto-.
Jas. K. Hackett Coming. lih,. blonde comedian, has struck it -wilderness. These Spaniards drift- *******. **
Mr. James K. Hackett will appeal rich in a gold mine in Nevada. Now. ed more to the north, dis-overed the A MODEL FLORIDA TOWN *
.n Pensacola on January 5th. next. Maxine Elliott. see what you have Mississippi river, where D.-Soto died. *
and everyone who has s,,,u this dis- mised. / May. 1642, accomplishing little and Kissimmee Gazette. *
tingulshed leader of the romantic It night also be mentioned that reaping les-s for his discoveries.
drama will welcome his re.ippearance. GeoraRe Cohan can toot his own horn "It was in 166:1 before any new at- -_________.__$_ $********@@
The serious injury to Mr. Hackett's better than any other writer or dan- tempt was made to invade Florida for
foot ia the duel in "'The Prisoner ot cer. colonization, and this w-as by the Kissimmee possetses many advanta-
Zenda," made it look for a hori while 'The Devil" having lost its novelty French HRnenots. Trie Spaniards, res over the average town. and offers
as though he would he unable to con- in this country, lenry W. Savage ever aggressive and blood thirsty, manyV more inducements to the home-
t;nue his season: but a two or thr.-t.' will 1)robably return to Vienna and made war on these inoff-un.iive peo- er, the investor and The ouri6:
week* rest in the Adirondacks. anlr i took for some other sulphurous output, pie and nmssacred them. c:lapturini; seeker. the investor and th- loui'i;
absolute quit. have given -him all of "Marriage is a Failure.' would be a Port Carolina on the east coa-t and than any other place in the .tate, but
his old dash and'vim, and those w -o good title for a play in which Nat C. founded St. Augustine in 156n5". the most important feature connected
have seen him in 'The Prisoner et (oodwin .l ames K. Hackett and E. "Florida from then on enanzed its -with it and which makes it a most de-
Zenda" will realize how much that is. Southern might al play leading roles, ownership rapid,-y. claimed b y the sirable town in which to live. it its
At the OrpheumThis Week Alme. Marcella Sembrich has a skirt French in 1628, by England in 1629, almost total freedom from crime.
The Orpheum This Week. hat is director, on ioth si-es. a-- and finally ceded to England in 1762i The records of the ciy court show
The Orpm-_ieu opened this week her d(res6smaker press agent. b)y the treaty of Paris. The- Dopula-' less than one arrest a month for mis-
with a atronf bill ,the first offering 1si'i it abmot time that l.ilian Rus- tion of Florida was thCen lss than demeanors, and our criminal court
being that of lawrence Wall. who sell ot a divorce or was m arri'd 3,000 soni. s eldcm sit. loger thin thre, days at
does a clver singing and lkin at. again? What is th matter, Lillian "In 1779 the Spaniard: captured any term. Our streets are absolutely
Mr. Wall has a very fin-' ba'-ixon- Florida. dec.lard war a ainst Eng- "
voice, and his jokes are all new, The: NOT GENERALLY KNOWN lorand and definally held Florida as a
next offering is Wade and Reynolds. That Frank .1. Mcliatyd-., of "T-re nSp andh final heutil d Florida as a.
in a laughable sketch. "The Ticke: Traveling Sale-man" omp;my, is the Spanish possession util "d to th
Seller" Tne sketch is a very clever only actor who is a member of the "*Florida was admitted -o the ,n- .
one, in w-Aich :hey introduce som- Traveler's protective Association, the ion in 145. Florida posa,,ses 5X. th
good singing. Prof. Jones is -heard most notable organization of its kind square miles. iopulatioda .n 1900. 5,.-
next in a cie"r illustrated song, anio in America. 542. The statl i. o divided into for, --
as usual. he wins big applause. Last That Rose Stahl will play an en- six counties, as foliow-:
comes the feature act. RBitha-n and agem,-nt in London next Spring in sAlachua. Baker. radfod. Calhoun.
-..ornton. travesty-artists, singers and -'The Chorus Lady" at th.- AJdwych Citrus. ('lay,. Columbin. D. -Soto. Dade.
talkers, who ire very good. Durin' theatre. "-The Chorus Lady'" having Duvral. Escambia. l'ranklin. Gadsden,
their act they introduce Ot-ne good been s .ni in Fngland with Miss Stahl Hamilton. Hern:a llillsborouh. SHD
singing, which, is appreciated by thli1 when it was a one-act vaudeville Holmez.,Jackson. Jefferson. afave'tte. ,
large audiences that have attended --kotch. wh,-e- it was a tremendous hit. Holmes. LJackon. effervyon.
..That a!t-h r Delnore. a member of Ison. Orange. Osceola. Pasco. Pol':.
Th, ird rege..'" (aes Klein's, Putnam. Santa Ro-a. St. Johns. St. l.I-
Slatst pla). he~ acting, owns an id i e. Sunter. Suw:anee. Tnvlor. Voli-
tmman.ges t fne te largest hot houses I -"ia. Waloxlla. W\-lton. Washington
S Of < < T-^ in the vicinity of New York. Mr. Vao i -
t Should Enter izes on orchids whi and Manatee. m J hn
t 'Der;u ~ spealze:"'N on orchids wi tablp rivers ii Flori-la ar,, the
Should' E nter lhe -els in i ar-es quantity' to the Alata. kiclote. A;,alachir-ol. Calcos- W J h
florists. aiatchee. E&cambia. HIllsborouIIh,
men is omitted from the That Doro"h' D rpinelly. who is play- iaheen ianatee. ia. ka Miami.
of a suit bearing the label Sirl Ro-sore in Th on eaceT Johns. Yellow. er pBir-
mheimer" and "Lawrence e-rnr- b 'o re wimen'la clubs on, The basis of wealth (,t. Florida.
v styles in black, blue and bierna e aaad is ats. Dol like other southern states. is agricul-i
teture. and we find the utl, i-tead acre-
giving Suit here. w :r. the original Candida in this counB- ure at :he preeht timn,- about e122-128 S.
$35. 00 h ar.I te Kei, a an "e .Thir million :eres devoted to field crops -
That$35.00. arle Klein, author of 'Th principally to fruits and 'egeta- '
I Der-ee lives at Shirler manor. Ro- "The peculiar position of Florida,
wayton. Conn. -Mr. Klein has a pala- surrounded almost by salt water,
Corner PalIfox tial mansion ne proximity to the warm ulf stream
Sno oCean Palafox and more tuhan anything else enjoys tropicay sky and warm s-a breezes,
LOTHIEtS Streets playwright who is commodore of a al eontribute to and uen temrpekra
,. Florida. Phone 476 yacht club. Florida an ideal winter resort This T -
Subscribe for TheJ r n i tas lon- been recognized and the -
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Life Motion Pictures and Illustwated Songs.

New Reels of the Very latest ana Best Pictures Daily

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

Overture by Orpheum Orchestra.
Lawrence P. Wall-Singing and Talking
Wade & Reynolds--inging and Talking
Sketch, "Ticket Seller."
J. A. Jones-Illustrated Melodies.
Bingham Thornton-Travisty Artists.
Singer and Dancer.
Life Motion Pictures, with effects.
Matinee every day. Doors open 3:30.
Curtain rise 4 p. m. sharp.
Admission. 19c to all.
Three night showe-7:30, 8:30, 9:30 p.
Night prices, 10 and 20 cents.

free from rowdyism, and a drunken
person is never seen.
There are five different denomina-
tions of churches and all have late
congregations. as almost every citizen
is a member of some one of the faiths.
There is Masonic, a Knights of Py-
thias and a Woodmen of the World
order in a flourishing condition, in
fact, the Masonic and Knights of Py-
thias lodges are among the largest and
most progressive in the state when
the population of the town is consid-
There is a Board of Trade with al-
most a hundred members, and al-
though only organized a few months
ago is fast taking a front rank among
the (commercial bodies of the state.
an.l is accomplishing mcmh towards
the building up of Kissimmee.
There is a Village Improvement So-
ciety, composed of some of our best
women, who by their work arq trans-
forming the town into a veritable
park. having only lately planted over
one hundred palm trees on Broadway.
There ls nn organization of young,
men known as the Baraca Class,
which has a large membership and Is
growing in nirmhers and usefulness
every day. They have handsomely
fitted up quarters in the Thurman
building on Broadway. and a cordial
exceptionn always awaits anyone who
visits their rooms.
There are numerous societies of
young women, all looking to social en-
joyment and enlightenment, and there


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Thursday, November 19.
L. S. Sire Presents America's Greatest
Character Actress,

In iHer 447th Consecutive Performance. in
the Charming Comedy,


Endorsed by Press from Coast to Coast
"A Laugh Every Minute,"-N. Y. Her-
"May Robson is a Comedy Delight."-
San F-'ranciso Chronicle.
Prices: 2.-w. 50tc. 1k. $1.00 and $1.5t.
Seat Sale, Tuesday, a. ii.


Friday, November 20th, 1908


A pjay presented by seventy-five
children. Proceeds wHI be applied to the
improvement of Public school No. 1.

Prices: Lower floor and balcony, 50c.

Seats may be reserved at Coe's without
extra charge, Wednesday, November 18th,
9 a. m.

is scarcely a night but what some ol
our young people assemble for inno-
cent amusement.
There is no fear on the part of our
citizens that their homes will be rob
bed in their absence, for housebreak-
ing is unheard of, and ev:-y man
feels safe in believing his neighbor
Our women and girls walk the
streets at will. for they know they
are safe from insult by the roldy, -a
every man vies with the other to be
the more perfect gentleman.
A town possessing these virtues is
certainly a most admirable plaepace for
i a man with a family to make his
n home.
I mssimmee has them all and more.
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however used. 10c a can at
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New York's Famous Broadway Which Never Sleeps-Known Wherever The White Man Is-10,000,0O Trips a Oay Made on It. and the Value
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By Dr. J. A. McKeiway. Secretary National Child Labor Committee for
p the Southern States.

New York. Nov. 16.--"Te greatest
street li the world is In America.
London may have it Strand and Pica-
j dilly. Paris its sBois d Boulogne and
I Champs Elysees and Berlin its Unter
dea ndoen. But viewed from any.
S aspect except that e mere age, Broad-
.wap-Ne~w York's Broadwzy-is ahead
ot any two of them -put together."|
7 The words were spoken today by a .
American who has just returned from
a trip of several months through Eu-
rope, but they may be taken as typi-
ael of the sentlmcnts of those who
have had the'opportunity of compar-
g the most celebrated thoroughfare
in the United States with others more
or less known to fame in foreign coun-
tries. Even tbe New Yorker, who
takes for grated almost all the good
and bad qualities of this city, grew
enthusiastic when Broadway is men-
The reason for this is easy to under-
S@tand for those who know the long,
regMular ntaoroigfWare which runs
frem tip to tip of Manhattan Island.
It to not Merely tat BrEoadway is the
aeet ift rtant street in New York;
SIt if the eptome of New York. Other
street tad sections have made more
or less Seetng bids for popularity,
but as the growth of the city bMs con-
tUtied neo t wd the famous old
street h steadily maintained its su-
premOcy which is more frmly ground-
ad M fOIO ever before. It is sig-
M e never ebro an actot
W WMe Back to 'Fifth Ave-
S." dbOa Breadway. For all
hat if e smue hm been written
about mad preche4 against its fame,
ke that of yay umonle street, is
transitory. les In Its patimest days
em *Tue represented mothag char-
except wealth. Now ba-Lu
Sales is aeidly drivit out the costly
resides foreign them antoe side
atrMeet and to the newer ashionable
'uMam further uptown. Almost the
entire, length of the, avenue below Cen-
tral park is already given over to bust-
"us and to t4e kind of boslanes that
Ihe-is daytight er--aoce buolldigs,
whe aless and retail shops.
After ai*SO it is comparatively
slest and deserted.
Every Mb iu Utllud.
B&adway* e the other d lives
very mseme t mSry ,
b es. Wten tihe daymight as
Nowhere else n I

stretch of Braldway *between
it bmm Square and Cokmobus Circle,
which has come to be known as the
Great White Way. And before the
last of these .l~ts has winked Itself
out as the. ast of the all-night crowd
turim its stop homeward-or more
Ukely hotelward-the glow is bright
agaa i the east and a fresh army of
toilers and pleasure seekers is rolling
down Broadway to take up the bur.
dens of another day.
Broadway is a long street. It ex-
tends from the southernmost tip of
*Maanattan to its extreme northern
point when the Harlem and the Hudl-
son join to shut it off from the main-
laed. This is a distance of some four-
teen or fifteen ailes. As a matter of
fact the street retains its name and
identity all the way along the eastern
bank of the Hudson to Albany, 140
miles away. Along Its course within
the boundaries of the island it exem-
plifies every activity of the city and
nation of which It forms a part. More
that 1,500,000 people live along it and
10,000.000 trips a day are made on
foot and ina vehicles along and below

its surface. Thirty million business fashionable life is most in evidence.
transactions involving amounts from Following Broadway's uptown course
a penny to millions of dollaRs take onward one passes block after block
place along it during every twenty-four in the region about the lower end of
hours. It is a business, shopping,' the- Central Park given over almost en-
a r:e, hotel and residence street and iirely to the automobile industry.
* tIany a confirmed Broadwayite has "Gasoline Alley." it i.s called in the
d:.-covered it Is possible to find almost local vernacular. Still further north
every conceivable means df making is the region of great a:r..rtment ho-
and ,pending umtey within its limits. tels, the homes of those : sidents of
Of Big Business. the city who are among neither the
Beginning itr course at the Bowling richest nor the poorest, extending
Green, where the Dutch burghers of block after block in structures of tow-
New Amsterdam smoked their even- ering height for several miles. Where
tIg pipes and sniffed the salt breezes thce street begins to mount the heights
coming up the bay, for the first half that form the northern part of Man-
mile of its length Brcadway is the hattan it centers upon anoner phase,
street of big business, the home of passing great institutions, the lofty
the trusts. Almost at it slower end, arches of the Cathedral of St. John,
Number 26, is the Standard Oil build- the halls of Coliumbia University, and
ing, its twenty floors devoted entirely further up the college of the city of
to the activities of the great oil com- New York. Open spaces begin to ap-
bination and its swisldlaries. Along iear. The;e aye private residence. as
this part of the street are the offices well as apartniant houses. Broadway
of the big steamship companies, the here overlooks the lordly Hudson and
Steel Corporation, the Rubber Trust the Palisades on the Jersey shore, and
and scores of other great aggregations along this part of its court, from the
of capital representing hundreds of upper heights to the northern end of
millions of invested capital. Inter- thl- Island at Spuyten Duyvtll will
Spersed with these are banks, insur- stand in the future in all probability
dance companies, lawyers sad brokers' th- finest and costliest of New York's
oices and all the varied machinery homes, residences of the fashionable
required in the operation of great fl-* wealthy.
naancal undertakings. I Broadway has two advantages wh4ch
Further up, between City Hall Park many other famous streets lack-a
and Union Square, Broadway runs worthy beginning and ending. At its
through the heart of the wholesale lower end is Battery Park, a spot of
district. Ftor some two miles it is greenery looking out upon the busy
lined with grest merhandistg estab- waters of the w-arbor and at its
lichaents in which are gathered the upper terminus is to be placed the
hlfma tmimI 1 oducts of every pert beautiful Hudson memorial bridge
of the worM. Above this in turn is which will form a fitting gateway to
the retail district. The crowds which. the city from the landward side.
further down, mBisited chiefly of men Broadway will always -be the street
aow as great a majority of women of spectacles and processioas, the na-
as soons s FPort~eth street is pass- tional parade ground and the national
ed and the big -department stores playground.
which have succeeded the wholesale, Ales an Age Record.
estabhments are thronged with "Even in the matter of age Broadway
smartly dressed hoppers. has no mean record. In the early
The shopping section of Broadway days of the city it was the natural
has 1 ees eswiag rapidly uptown dur- highway from the lower to the upper
ing the past few y6a's and has crowd- part of the island, since the ground
ed out a nmbr of -hotels ag. the- on both sides, now occupied by sky-
stes. Its northern limit now Is Her- scrapers, was then only marshland.
aid Squre, at least.this is the booa- Down to 1"42 the thoroughfare bore a
ten oft the furthest uptown -big de- succession of appellations. First it
Wtrtnmt store. Here at Thirty- was called simply the "main road."
fer*t street too is the most crowded Later it became the public road, the
=ia the city or to the world. By Hoog Weg or highway. It was also
e~tWI a st more than 1500.- called the Heeron Straat, or. Street
p00 persoeas .as y every day and of Masters. From about 1640 on, how-
nume lr 0fw m treater when ever It. -became genmesey known as
- ,new Peneyl vaaia terminal, is Broadway, although its identity was
htpleted and the tunnels under the established much earlier. Perhaps in
North and Iast .rivers meet near by. a way these early names correspond
The Great White Way. to the newer titles given this much
Above Thirty-fourth street extends nicknamed thoroughfare. On Broad-
"the Rialto," "The Great White Way,' way it was that the first clergyman
"Champagne Alley", to quote a few preached regularly in a little wooden
of the pet names New Yorkers have church near what is now Pearl street.
given to their favorite stretch of It was near what is now Pine street
Broadway. This is the region of ,ho that Col. de Puyster in 1695 bidIt
tels, restaurants and theatres. Long. what was described as a "palatial
acre Square is the capital of this gay three-story dwelling mansion." Forty-
*principality. Less. than a century ago four years later, in 1739, a public mar-
the cows pasturing on the, peaceful ket house was erected in the middle
acres of the old Astor farm were al- of Broadway opposite Liberty street.
most its only tenants. Now the great It was a gigantic structure forty-two
mass of brick and stone which forms feet long and irenty-five feet wide.
the new Hotel Astor stands on .the but for some reason it was never -pol-
site of the oM farmhouse. twenty ular.
theatres arc within a stone's throw Of no other spot in the word are
and famous restaurants are grouped so many men able to say "If I:d only
all about. More nmoney is pent every b uttht that property thirty years ago
day within the space of these half- for a song. I'd be armillioralre." The
dozen blacks for food, drink andI stery of Broadway is one of unnum-
amusement than in any like area in bered fortunes made by those who
the 'world. Longacre Square is the did invert, and as the b ity moves
core of the evening life of the nme northward it sti!l aip:'lies. Back in
tropolis, where the lights flash bright- 1692 lots on Broadway were sold iis
est, where the crowJs of pleasure fTr i PIlton src-.t f(r abort g2')
seekers are thick,',- and where al! each. Today those same lots ere
that Is typical of the ray, careless. worth a hundred thousand times the

original cost. Purchasers were re- Carrera Grant and Will To' 0,tl- t140s was an off yl:ir In
quired to erect buildings not less than t.c legislative session.-. a-s hirty-
two stories In height and in some Erect Finel !ight states have their legislature's
leases to cover the entire ont of the I !T u 119. The National Child
lot. Today an owner of Broadway l--ai- lAior C'ommittee reports progress in
property who did not do more than nine statesr, in addition to the passage
this would be considered insane, so Charles A. Dexter. au advertising oI th,. District. of Columbia child labor
great are rental values, counsellor of 15 years exw.rienue in -bi!. which had been agitated for sev-
Chicago, and an enterpri-iu.g business ecra years. This act ot federal legis-
|Im f an who has seen possibilities iu l tihe nation was not all that was noped for
local situation and has grasped them. by the friends of the cause, :. lithe
has just completed negotiation:- pag-s of the -,nate, thoui not i of
| B A F Of whereby the North half of the Ca-r *- the hoi:u.e. and the (hildren' of d.-
ra grant,, composed of 2:10to acre-s t I-nd i T iparen!s a:r, o xemptel. frotm
Sine Estambia river land. and local- h,, i ..ieratioti of ih- law. In o her
ed 14 miles north of P--isacola on irl.'p.'ts th ll' :IA w approaches lhe .-sLaud-
the Escambia river. has become his ard o: Ihie more advanced states.
I property. It is his intention to build An important amendment to the
a hotel in close proximity to "'l.owvr New York child labor law was the
Bluff," a decidedly picturesque benli trans'erringr of the enforcement of the
in the river, installing a par-. a saoot- mercantile child labor provisions from
Dining Room Chat of the ing lodge, and a general health re- tlh, local boards of health to the state
sort. The place, acro ding to Mr. labor department, and the provision
President Woild Make Dexter, will be ready for occupancy for a biare-au cf mercantile inspecuon.
at one year from the present -eason. This amendment was bitterly contest.
A Beautiful Spot. ed by interested parties and Governor
Interesting Reading. The Carrera grant is one of those Hughes sent two special messages to
which, nestling in a setting of na- the legislature concerning the neces-
ture's most enchanting witchery, pos- sity for this change in the law.
One can imagine a book which sesses a history hazy wit' the deeds In New Jersey, the effort to forbid
would -be well worth *half a million and misdeeds of a century past. In- aight work fur children under sixteen
dollars to any publiohS- who could teresting legends from the Spanish, years of age failed, but a compulsory
get hold of the necessary material for in fact, hover about the place, and education amendment requires chil-
it. This would be a volume contain- stories of a generation long forgotten dren from seven to seventeen to at-
itg Mr. Roosevelt's tale talk-or are repeated concerning the old place. tend school, except that children of fif-
some of it- since he ft came to the Springs'of the purest and most health teen who are regularly employed are
presidency. For frank ndiscretion, giving waters are to be found on the excused from such attendance.
absolute bluntness and the most irn estate, and the breath -f the gulf. In Ohio two efforts to weaken child
reverent pungency of phrasing thiswafted through the signing pines, cre- labor law failed and an eight hour law
tablreverent punalk of Mr. Roosevelt'sg, hisx ates an atmosphere whicn is rejuve- was passed for boys at work under six-
tralrinarilly nterettntg. No mailer eating if nothing qiore. Several va- teen and for girls under eighteen.
who happens to be his guest, the rieties of soil are to be found, among This puts Ohio abreast 6f the most
President always speaks without the which are the Norfolk. fine sandy advanced states in this regard.
slightest reserve, giving his actual loam, favorable for the cultivation of In West Virginia a compulsory edu-
oplinons of senators, representatives the Sumatra tobacco leaf. pecans. and cation law was passed, providing for
public men in gnerl ambassadors, garden truck: the Norfolk sandy loam. school attendance for children under
and even foreign-potaenate, inawaybest for orchards of fruits, and the fifteen years of age, for six months ot
that makes oreign e's hea te swim with ay Norfolk sand, upon which early crops the year. .
tonh maes one d swim with s- of strawberries, lettuce, radishes, etc., In Kentucky the minimuut age of
One might name at least half a doz- may be raised. The lowlands on the fourteen years without any exemptions
en persons who are by no means the estate abound in the magnolia, the was fixed by law, and children under
especial intimates of the president, but bay. and the holly. The wood is full sixteen are required to secure school
to whom, nevertheless, be has b' rted of small game, while toe river at certificates as a condition of entrance
out enough of this eXtmely piquant this point is famous for its fishing. into the mines anid factories.
talk to fill volume rThe extaordi- Mr. Dexter. who will be joined by Virginia amended the child labor
nary part ofIt all is atvery few, In- Chicago friends who wm bui'd winter law by raising the age limit for em-
deed, of those tow he talks have homes on the tract, is enthusiastic ployment nl factories from twelve to
yet betrayed his comS nce. Of c e over the outlook. in fact, and has al- fourteen. One provision of ate Vir-
'they tell other peol, but only these ready planned to make the place as gina law In addition promises a more
who, like themselves, en epthese attractive to Pensacola sportsmen as rigid enforcement than is usual, name-
blazing llsretion ft getting into it will be to the tourists wrao are ly, the making it prima face evidence
the v t of thers intending to winter there in the fu- of guilt on the part of both parent
Tn-a few Ul o ma ture. The lunch "Mary Evans" has and employer-to hire a child uader the
guesf of President Roosevelt have in already been purchased for the use legal age. .
perfect innocence revealed some of -his of persons who will become temporary Mississippi Passed Law.
careless words; but then he has residents there, being one of the best Mlssitsippi passed a child labor law
promptly enrolled them in the Anani- little craft on the gulf. The new for the first time this year. Investl-
as Club and everything has gone on place. v-,ich is to be located two miles nations conducted under the auspices
as though otaing at l had hpp east of the station of Gouzalez. will of t-he National Child LaBor Commit-
ed. Where in Europe there would be be attractive from many standpoints tee proved that twenty-five per cent.
issued in some gazette an official de- and its improvement will be a mat- of the operatives of the cotton mills
menti, our president gives out a state- ter of much interest to Pensacola peo- were under the age of fourteen end
meant to the press that the story teller petat fifty per cent. of the child work-
a tu e press that the s tory teller ers were illiterates. lhe publication
as uttered what he knew to be "out- The Princess Krapotkin is coming of these facts had an immediate et-
It is odd that none of the, Vhite over to lecture. What will happen fect upon public sentimaeat ,though the
House servants have ca-ried their when she informs the officials of the opposition of the manufacturers foreea
master's interesting mots to the news- immigration bureau that she is an an the minimum age limit from fourteen
paper., for the president often talks anarchist and intends to teach her faith down to twelve, with a sixty hour
quite a, freely in their presence as in this country? Will our government week ye allowed by law.
when be is alone with his invited have the nerve to enforce the law or The new state. Oklahoma. passed an
guests. Some day or other in the dis- shall we learn again that "custom- excellent compulsory education law.
tant futureman ofthseinteetin ours to great kings?"-Flori-lat one feature of which is the -paytent
atd verut pungent bits of phases and Times-Union. of a "scbelar kh4" out of the school
charaeterzatio:i will be aretully. col-I --- fund to any needy family which thas
elected and published. bit i)nrfblly notl Scores of -omen throughout the been supported by the wages of a child
until iany en now living shall state have taken out applications for who is compelled to attend school un.
died. any men now living shal have hunting licenses. according to report, der rthe )prvisions of the law. An ex-
Smade to the sta:e forest, fish andl colleni child labor bill passed lbhe house
A Paying Investment. game commission. License- have by a vole of 79 to 16 and the senate
Mr. John WVhite. of 3S Highland been issued to Baroness Schwind. by a vote of 34 to 8, but was vetoed
Ave., Houlton. Mainie. says: "HHave Mlne. 'Cora De Iorris. Mis. Anna M. by Governor Haskell after the legisla-
been troubled with a cough every win-IDernold and Mrs. Herbert Pas-ns. ture had adjourned.
ter and Lprin4. Iast winter. I tried !of New York. Iotrisiana has for some years had a
many advertised remedies, but the;
cough continued until I bought a 50fc.
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery:
before that was ht!f gone, he cough
was all gone. This winter the same --
bappy resulhgl As followed; a few --
deses once mote banished the annual
cough. I am now convinced that Dr.
Kings New Discovery is the best of
all cough and lung remedies." Sold
under guarante- at all druggists. 50c
and $1.0). Trial bottle free.

ehild lti:Ior !aw witii an ago limit of
fou~xi'-n for girls and twelve for bY.
Al thie rt'-'eil session of ihe. le-gihl'-
ture., under- the of Miss .le:
t;ordoii, of \.w Orleans. th,' most a
vanced c(!lld lahor law of any Sout.-
ern s'ait~ was en:te 'd. There was A
majority of one vote in the house and
one in i;th- st-Haitt for the new law,
bill it was- !ssd ad apl proved. Th I
age limit is raised It) fourteen for bota
sexes. aidl effectivee provisions ar:
made for the issuing of employmer.
certifcates, for proper safety app!.-
anices and s-anitary ineasures, and e:-
ltectiv fai story inspto, tion.
Campaigns in 35 States.
During :he t-fur- years ao the exi *
ence of ith National Child Laber Con,-
mUltee, iP has contributed more or le'-
dirtecl to .successful canipaigns Ala
thirty-ftive saiT-s. most of these statf
anieuding their child labor laws in thi
right direction, but several of theta
p, siuh legislation for the fir.4-
time. Therc remain now but the two V
states of Oklahoma and Nevada With-
out a child labor law. Only aeve t
states remain with the twelve year
age limit, Maryland, West VirginL.,
South Carolina. Florida, Georgia, Mi -
sissippi and Texas, the latter etat &
having an age limit of sixteen for
-mines. North Carolina has an age
limit of thirteen. The staaNard age-
limit for this country and Europe is
fourteen years. This shatld be raised
to at least sixteen for night irk,.
and, by way of patting a premium on
education, to sixteen for Billterate
children. Two of the stateS, Georgia
and South Carolina, allow children
under twelve years of age to work in
factories, if the children of dependent
parents. Georgia fixing the age for
such children at ten years and South
Carolina making no limit at all
Two states. Georgia and North Caro.,
lina, still allow the sixty-six hour
week in factories, which, with the cir -
tom of giving a half-holiaay on Satur-
day, means a twelve-hour day for th,
first five working days of the week,
In a great maly of the states defect -
laws allow the enipleyment of thol-
sands of children who are really und, '
the legal age. In all the cotton maani
facturing states the longer hours prt,
vail for children, from Mass 3ehaett:,
with a fifty-eight hour wt ek, an,
Pennsylvania with its sixty *'.ar we*. ,
to Georgia and North Carolina wi:
the slxty-six .heout week. In most .
the ewer industrial states,. i1,ro-_.
lft m a is the crying netrr
as the chld'ahbor laws are nlaeectivo
and poorly enforced without this sys-.
tern. Much therefore remains to hb
done In the -United States for the ,'
feettve protection of the children w!h
toll from the inevitable commequencee
to the body. the mind and tke aptrit.
of too early and too long eatiatlue
To Draw Prospect. *
Alexander was before Tyre. -Tq
succeed," counseled his generals, -w4
must invest the city.'" Aleck frowns
ed. "To make our revenge keener.
why not coinpel the citizens to do tl-,
investing and let us be the promoters"
Le answered. Whereupon th0 court
jester, withdrew to draw up the pros.

Short Measure Wanted.
Mrs. Stuhb-Now, women are not
impulsive. like you men. They always
measure their werds. Mr. Stubb (wit'!
a sigb)--Oh, if some of them would
only give short measure.-Chicagq
News. *


bent a Fortund in Four Days
With 154 Newspapers.
Thomas W\\. Lawson. in his
recent advertising campaign
for "Natiofla* Stock.' spent
$150,000 in -four days for news-
paper publicity. The ads ap-
peared in 154 newspapers is-
sued in seventy different cit-
ies. The total circulation of
his ads in the four da:iys was
6.!50,.000 copies. accor-ding to
the statement of the H. B.
Humphreys Company. of Bos-
tcr', which agency places Mr.
Lawson's advertising.
Mr. Lawson sent his adver-
fisements to many papers by
telegraph, and cable. It cost
him $400 to wire it to a certain
western city w'aere the papers
charged him $135 for its inser-
tione. Speaking of returns from
the ad the financier said: "'Nev-
er in the history of stocks has
there been such a response. Or-
ders came from all parts of
the world, and the toval sales
in Boston alone were 7C9.595
Lawsen writes his ads "aim-
self. asnatines be delivers
eaeW at the Humphrey agency
at 5 clsek in the afteraoUe
a sayso: "I want thisb is
150 pasers* teMarrew' morn-




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No. 417 East Gregory. S rooms ... 11.00
No. 2fU East Intendencla. rooeems 1.00
No. $13 East LaRua. 5 room& .... 12.00
No. 816 Raxt Wright, S rooms .... 12.50
Stores. Offices ano Halls ip all parts
of the- city.
Agents Blountf'Buildlng.
Call and Inspect Our Lists. Phone 54,
FOt R RENT--Large brick warehouse on
Railroad street. Apply to Jas. McHugh.
t o Inov
FOR RENT---Store bulUdng on S. W.
Corner 7arragossa and Baylen streets.
Apply McMillan & l-Clure. 9 W. Inten-
denc St. Phone 71. oct27tt
DeLuna tStr- .................... $25.00
3I I:. Inteidnclia Street ......$ 6.00
106 . Tairragoina Street ......... 10.1
120 S. Tarragons Street .......... 12.00
13 W. Romans, Street .............3.35
7 N. Palafox street ...............$40.00
qStore near Palafox Street.
Boarding House*-
National Hotel, IS romns ......... $W0."
Cor. 16th Avenue and 13th street..M. 00
1401 N. Xth Avenue ............."10.00
1800 N. Palafox Street ............316 00
1107 East Cervantes .............. .15.00
906 North Ileus Street ............115.0 ,
734 W. Zarragossam Street .........;10.00
207 N. Reus Street ................5.00
914 I-. Strung Street ......... 15.00
1211 I. Cervantes-Street .......... 12.50
12S I. Strong Street ......... 12.50
313 V.. Intendencia Street ..........2&.00
13 .1 E. Government Street ........ i e1.
1.'7 E. Strong St ................12.50
1011 East Strong Street .......... .e00
('or. Rth avenue and Jackson St... 16.00
Cor. 19th avenue and 21st St ..... tl.
Large 10-room house on bay share
'at Piahervillte, with electric lights. bath.
hot and cold water: can be rented. fur-
islehed or unfurnishted, servant Imousee
In ard; 2 blocks from car Une.
C'or. Romana and Palafox Sts.. two oa-
cea upLstars.
The Fisher Real Estate


POPI are a Lad n out every day that
The Journal's want Column are all
that Is claimed for them. Why net try
their and get what you wait?

mal method. Tbe-ry. Hrmony, Podw-
Students quarter ac .
Certiscate awarded. Phene W7. Mladlme

and one.1% H.P. stationary gasoline
engine. One 4 H.P. Gray marine motor,
oM Mitchell motorcycle, one small buff-
ing wheel and stand, foot-power lathe.
one Baldridge marine reverse gear and
one concert grapbophone. Baraco &
Thompson. 10 East Garden St. 15nov

FOR SALE-22-acre farm, 3% miles west
of Pensacola. half-mile south of hard
road and quarter-mile from head of. Little
bayou. All under cultivation and under
fence. Good 'peach orchard, scuppernong
vine., several good pecan trees, five-
roo@r house, with ball and gallery all
arodud, water pump on gallery. Apply
Wm. Archer. 1309 W. Jackson street.
FOR SALE-Try a barrel of rosin chips.
Best for a quick and good fire. Special
price on lots of five or more. Phone 956.
C. H. Covlngton, 20 E. Bralnard St.

TWO LOTS In New City, five minutes
walk from car line. A bargain. See us
at once for a home site cheap. Leslie E.
Brooks. Company. 17novlw*

FOR 8ALE-One Fay-Shoales Typewriter,
practically new. Address Box -A. A..
Pensacola. Fla. 10ect
FOR SALE-Timbered lands In large or
small tracts. Southern Real Estate and
Investment Co.. Flomaton. Ala. oct3tf
LAUNCH,22% feet long. 44-inch beam, 7
H. P. entge. Speed about 10 miles per
hour. Al A. A. Wrighton, 6 W. Ro-
mana at-L sept3tf
FOR SALE-40 well broken work steers.
aver weight about 126 lba each. and
1 ioed much cow. See, or address J. M.
Wllitam. Cor. 8th Ave. and 13th St.
FOR SALE-Paper-shell pecans, fresh
and of best quality. 2 per pound, any
quantity. Phone 1014, W. E. Acosta, 10th
avenue and 13th street. nov14tf
FOR .SALE-The best grade of Alabama
coal at $4 per ton. Jellico at $7.
Prompt delivery. Stratton Ice Works.
TICKET TO CINCINNATI for sale cheap.
Apply Clerk at Merchant's Hotel.
S. 13nov4t*
FOR JAL--Four-room house near Mrs.
Morgan's, "All Bay"'' 165 feet front on
Peoaoola *BDay. Fine shade and many
bemab Ofa and peach trees. Price, 8$60
cash. *Phae 54* or write .P. Box "B."
Papmapoia. 13nov2w*
FOR SALX-One black mare with har-
ness- and Babceck buggy. Also young
Jesey cow. Horse can be bought without
buying.the buggy. Call at 1000 North Al-
calls St. novl3tf
DID TOU SAY WOOD?-I sell it in our
mill yard, foot of 10th avenue, at 40c
a lead-l41 that one horse can haul, 40c.
Geed abort wood ready cut, for stove.
grate oti. replace. Lay in a good supply
aemort price goes up and thermometer
gee down. Send a dray. Flowers. at
p e 4*9o. will haul you a big load. J. 0.
Walker, Agent novIZtf
AT $1.. JNO. N. DAY. 6 E. GAR-

FOR SALE-Cut chrysanthemums for sale
at 3Z3 W. Romana. or phone 1640.
FOR SALE OR RENT-My home fur-
aoeda ec n aftrnished. consisting of
block 230, New City Tract. Cor. 16th St.
a* d Av.h-14. (No. 1400 Lakeview Ave.).
or wil sell all or the west half of the
block. Terms easy. Address J. C. Pebley.
I15 Araftin St..-B Paso. Texas. nov7Ttf
FOR SALE-Several head mules, all in
od working condition. $65 and up.
Ceme early If you want a bargain. Gar-

e1d tee fractory.
FOR SAL.-Thoro4hly kiln-dried
and dressed lumber., sash. door.
blinds. gt-grade paints, oils and
era hardware. Saunders Mill Co.,
Garden street.
FOR SAL--Try a barrel of rosin
Iest for a quick and good tire.
936. C. H. Coviagton, 20 E. Braina
FOR SALE-Nice family horse and
abeut far sale cheap, at the Pens
Livery Stables.
FOR SALE-On account of leaving
.city 1 will sell my home with al
niGelab complete. E. Greenblatt.
IptendeBc i St. 31
FORAL O RENT-Seabreee ci
oea Re and. Good out
ag sad about 18 acres land. exte
ftVM-eMeaccelf bay to Santa Rosa S
Harry 0W. Gib.XT S. Palafox St.

350 MEN'S SUITS to go at 84.;0.,
f1em $10 to 8$0; 300 boys' 31 a
suits to go at $1.25. Must vaca
January let. E. Greenblatt. 139 E
teadeocia St. 31
vtew Peach Trees etc. Address
Blemeley, PerUlu Vineyard. Contend
FaL), or Uy to Clyde Blomeley,

FOM SA-9Farm of 160 acres, 10
OMl Pa. PrieS 150I. Ad
P. H., P. 0. B0 x ,T1, Pemacola. Fla

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S. Ele we Mai. lelm=
MISS AMRNUM of CIcas. will receive ar -k* efLcyive.g
,n'o in voce culture and 1. W. R -
iPtedy. 30a a north PM
Pbme e1. .eewlvl*m 993 aRING-Frez Pure

ora t, ad choirmaster of Chrst
.Cburch. teaches the Plano (StuUatsmt
* system). singing (open threat ItalaM
method). organ and theory( hmctcdI
orchestration.) P. 0. AddrEaI Pesaecela
---A- ocetllmo;

-torthtbmo Strain,
kw -" The Bavets., Ba
Taguds O141h and 3th av
P. Bi T W. T. Tracy.


WANTED-White girls at onve-. Star
Laundry Co.. 37 East Garden street.
WA.TEi--.A white girl about fifteen
years old for housework, to stay on
prt.mises at night, for family of two.
Miss Kehoe, 221' W%. Cervantes. Phone
060. 1 nov3t
WANTED--Young man with good refer-
ences. Apply at once. E. B. Hoffman
& Son. 57 East Gregory. 17novlt*
WANTED-A thoroughly competent and
experienced salesman at once. P. 0.
Box 176. Pensacola. 17novlt*
WANTED---Two young ladies tio canvass
city. Call Mrs. M. E. Cook, Escambia
Hotel, before 9 a. m. 17novlt*
WANTED-A bookkeeper familiar with
the wholesale grocery business. Must
be sober and willing to work. Address
Box "Q," City. 14novlw
WANTFD-Carriers wanted at The Jour-
nal office. Apply Circulation Dept.
WANTED-Railway mail <-lorks; customs
e:npleyees, clerks at Washington. Com-
mencement salary 100.00. No layoffs.
Many examinations soon. Preparation
free. Write immediately. Franklin In-
WANTED--Every man. woman and child
in Pensacola to know about the great
closing out sale we are having in cloth-
ing and general merchandise. E. Green-
blatt. 139 E. Intendencla St. 31octlm
WANTED-Hustlers, ladies or gentlemen,
to eanvks for useful household articles.
ulck sellers. Good money. Apply 310
. Government St. 4oct
WANTED--Carriers wanted at The Jour-
nal office. Apply Circulation Dept.
REPRESENTATIVES to solicit, exclu-
sively or side line. the Saloon. Drug
Dispensary and Wholesale Liquor trade
for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran-
teed under the Pure Food Laws and
adopted by the U. S. Government forHos-
pital purposes. An easy seller. Write
quick for prices, territory, etc. Box 294,
Covington. Keatucky. :uoctlm*

ROOMS for rent. furnished foer light
housekeeping. Gas. With or without
hoard. Four blocks from Palafox. on car
line. 401 E. Gregory. 17novlw*
Three furnished rooms for rent, stilted
for light housekeeping. Apply 600 East
Wright. 15novim*
private family. Use of gas range. Ap-
ply 230 W. Government St. 1 novlw*
FOUR COMFORTABLY furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Gas range and
cook stove. On car line, near bay. 501 E.
Government St. 15novlw*
BOARD AND ROOMS-Large house.
pleasantly and centrally located. 319
GuIllemarde St. l5nov2w*
FOR RENT- Two connecting rooms,
southern exposure, with nice family. 313
N. Alraniz, between Wright and Belmont
streets. I:novlw*
ROOMS FOR RENT, with privilege of
light housekeeping. Use of bath and
phone. Terms reasonable. Phone 1457,
or apply 116 East Iomana street 13novlm
OLD NEWSPAPERS tor aon" 'at this of-
fice at five cents a bundle.
FOR RENT--On,' or two unfurnished
rooms. half-block from postotice. Suit-
able for light housekeeping. Apply No.
25; West Government St. I novlw*
TWr rooms ompleti %\- furnished for light
housekeeping, gas and phone. No. 301
West Chase St. 6nov

Do you want to stop it? Would you
like to own a home. paving for it on a
basis just like rent? We will build a
house to suit you. on East Hill. and the
best part of the hill. selling same to you
on easy monthly payments. In seven
years you will own a home and have no
rent to pay. C< in anid tell us what
plan you want. a;. we will tell you what
it will cost you.
$10,000 to lend on im-
proved property.

Leslie, E. Brooks Co.
43 South Palafox Street.

WANTI-D--One act of golf sticks. Phone
Barranuas, 448. | ITnovlt"
iVANTED--To borrow $50o. Willing
to pay 10 oer cent. Good security.
Address P. 0. Box 245. lw-nov15*
POSITION- WANTED by young man who
has had S years practical experience in
steam. laundry and electri-al engineering.
Good recommendations. Will take any-
thing reasonable. Address E. E. G.. Care
Journal. 15novlw*
WANTED-To borrow $2000 on real estate
security worth $5000. Address P. 0.
Box "G." Pensacola. Fla. 15.novtf
BOOKKEEPER with ten years experience
,ants position. Box 1:1. Graceville.
Fla. 15nov2w*
WANTEL)-Position by bookkeeper with
six years experience. E. P. Woods.
Chancellor. Ala. 15nov3t"
WANTEDI-To let the public know that
we are equipped with electric machinery
and employ first-class mechanics for doing
first-class carriage work and repair at
reasonable prices. Jae. M. Johnson. Car-
riage Works. Cor. Baylen and Main, Old
Hudson building. 15novlw*
WANTED-Buyers for 10,000 tons of coal.
Stratton Ice Works. novl4tf
WE WANT to make your stencils and
keys. and do any kind of electrical or
mechanical repairing. Barraca & Thomp-
son. 10 E. Garden St. Phone 619. 20sept
WANTED-Kodak developing and print-
Ing at Johnson's Book Store. 1lnovlin*
EASY SYSTEM of Shorthand learned in
short time. Expert stenographer desires
pupils for day or nigtt lessons. Terms
reasonable. Address ".IL. L. 11f.., Care
Journal. 6nov*2w
WANTED-Position as shipping clerk or
assistant stock or grocery clerk, or
salesman. Can accept at once. Address
P. 0. Box 566. 5nov2w*
POSITION as manager of naval stores
plant. Twenty years experience; best
references. Address D. B. Page. Flor-
a Ala. 5nov I n,
9th avenue and Wright street, solicits
your patronage. Children especially in-
vited. Good care taken. Chas. Licata.
proprietor. Sngyvlm

WANTED-Everybody to know that we
are running on full time and turning out
first-class material for building, promptly.
Your business solicited. Saunders Mill
Co., 29 E. Garden St. novltf

WANTED-To give you a chance
great bargain in clothing and ge
merchandise now being given In
closing out sale. E. Greenblatt, 1
Intendencia street. 31
WANTED-Old hats to remodel ant
ones to make to order. Dressmi
and croehetted novelties. Mrs. E
Schwartz, 815 East LoRua St. 30o
WANTED-AU kinds of second
sacks. Bring them to us: ship th
us. Telephone us; write to us. C
Garden and Alcanis streets. Tele
No. 334. F. S. Mellen & Co.
WANTED-A buyer for 15 lots in
block, and house with 6 lots on East
J. N. Andrews, 7 N. Palafttox St. i
WANTED-Your orders for fresh
and vegetables. Delivered any
city. Bueey's Meat Market, 1007
Strong. Phone 1158.
WANTED-Your shoes to repair
you wait. Half soled In 15 mi
Sam Charles, 511 South Palafox a
Phones 514 and 1042.


WANTED-A. 1. Bsngbam wants your
moving and hauling. He guarantees l
breakage. Furniture packed for ship-
meat. 'ion, 481


Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Residence Section
of East Hill, block from
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, h6t 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 property
in this section $1100

Jno. W .Bullock, Jr.
Rooms 304-306 Thieaen Building

LOST-*Bob," setter pup, four niwnhis
old. Brown and white spots on tiksly
and head. Suitable reward it' returned ito,
R. B. Saund'rs. ('or. GoiVerninmrnt :iand
Tarragona. iTovlw
nes's stable at Rig alyoui. a double-
breasted dark bay horse., tail and main
bobbed, both cars clipp.. Reward for
return to 710 WM. Belmonit t. 15novlw*
LOST-Friday night, a Ielt buckle. be-
tween opera house and North Palafox
St. Reward for r# turn to Sol Cahn & Co.
LOST-$25 00 in five dollar bills. Liberal
reward for return to 'Room 510 Blount
building. l::novlw*
LOST-On Wednesday. Nov. 4. near
Brent's. a young female setitr dog.
Lemon ears and two lemon spots near end
of spine. Answers tfw name (of "Baby
Iou." .15.00 reward for retturni to nmy
store. Cor. Rornana and Tarragona St.<:
Not worth the price, but I want her. I.
J. Cunningham. 12nov
LOST-Money by not seeing The Saui-
ders Mill Company before purchasing
material in the builders' supply line. 29
E. Garden St. novltf.
month-old white and liver pointer,
named Sport, and one 6-month-old white- h
with-lemon-ears setter named tiam. Lib-
eral reward for return to W. C. Barrl-
neau, R. F. D., Cottage HilL Fla. 3Ioeitlm

SWITCIHES MADE. $1.50: S puffs, $1.00;
rate 25 and 50c. from your own comb- ,
ings or human bair furnished. Laura
Whorley. 50S N. Davis, corner LaRua.
Phone 1335. 31octlm*


Soine Bargains in Homes.

$1400 will buy a comfortable 5-room and hall cottage on East Cervantes St.
$100.00 down and $15.00 a month, large lot.
$1600 for modern home, 1117 E. Cervantes street. Large lot. This is a good.
$1650 for up-to-date cottage on East Strong street. Large lot. $100 down and
$20 a month.
$1850 takes a 5-room cottage on North Reus street. Bath and gas. Large lot.
Easy terms.


No. 9 W. Intendencia St. Phone 271.

This is the Question?

Suppose we were from New York or any other progressive city,
and should offer you a bond bearing 8 per cent. per annum backed
by real estate that had the endorsement of prominent business men
of that city, WMhwm you were personally acquainted with, and we fur-
ther agreed to allow you to pay for those bonds in small. mosthly
installments without interest. Would you not consider the proposi-
tion a good one?
This is practically what we are offering you in Kupfria Park,
lots, the only difference being our property Is here where you eam s-
it, and is recommended by home people whose opinkono can be Iml
for the asking.

at the FOUND--Small red horse branded "N. A. W .* I "D *I 0
general R." Picked up our Friday night. Can be had at Cudaliy List your property with us.
39 E. Packing Co., by paying cost of advertist -
octim meant. ji3ovat* results.
d new ---- -
[-hand have $100,000.00 in guaranteed, first O W E -C LA R]
-hand class, 8 per cent mortgages on city real
em to estate in any amount irom $100.00 up.:
Corner You have worked for y money, now let AT ;
phone it work for you. The Irsher Rea! Estate R E.
asept Agency. 206 So. Palafox Street. 10-Jun.
i one Are you getting 8 per cent. net for 224-226'Brent Building.
t Hill- your money? If not. you don't get all
1septtf that is *coming to you." We can place It
meat m frt mortgages on improved city propD
meat erty. How much does It pay you laid U
art of dong nothing? Lesde E. Brooks, 112 -
1r on nd r- Mobile & G lf Steamshiept
MONEY IOANED on an kinds of nor- Mobile & Gulf Steamship Co.,

Oonal property on short notice. -a-y
terms. Suburban lota sold on easy pay-
aseta. J. Gray Co.. 2 W. Roamua.
MONEY LOANED. on real estate and
personal property In. the city of Pen-
sacola on abort notice. Terms easy. J.
W. Ballar 23% South Palafotx street.
Phoe A U4

Lecal Advertigements.

'In connection with the Atlanta &. St.
Andrews Bay Railway steamship Manteo,
freight and passenger service between
Mobile, Pensacola, Panama City, St. An-
drews. Miliville and all points on St. An-
drews Bay, making connections with A.
& St. A. B. Ry. trains Panama City, Tues-
days and Thursdays.
For additional information for freight
and passenger rates, apply to

novit, WANTED-Every body t ~ring their bug- NOTICE OF REC-.ER'S SALE.
IF YOU HAVE anything fnr rent why not ies carriages and floa to The Jas. M. The ndrs t, e Bell Phone 1250.
rougt advertise It in these columns? Every- Johnson Carriage Works to be repaired at signee, in pursuman oftf ::.. ;,uthorit1
Sand one is sure to see it. reasonable prices, for first-class work. vested in him. herehb v:(-s miti. thatg
build .. .. ,'or. Main and Bayien Sts.. Old lI,,dson bids will b. re<.,ir,I l. ,im nil 12
29 E FOR RENT-Two nih-ey furnished rooms aBuildng. 15nolw oBaens wllo.k .. of Noxc b rd re 1" SIDNEY KAHN, Agent.
novltf in nice family. close to business center.k. m.. of Nofor
Apply No. 204 West Romana street. NORTH HILL GREENERY-Flowers for the following des. ribed property, to-wit:
hips. 2octn*all bottling niachinry. bttls. ase.
Phone 2loetln* all occasions. Crysanthemunis. Carna- wagons. hurne..s. 1"),k a,,.',t. and evi- --
rd St. FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished Sweet Pea sed. 919 N. Bayle Soalt27ty dencesof Indebtedness. and ai ,ti ,r prop-.-
ovlm* front room, southern and eastern ex- ee a OctT erty at this time belonging to to ifn- MARKE REPORT
posure, phone and bath. to desirable CUT FLOWERS-Orders taken for all oe- sacola Bottling Worke. Tie.-propefrty may, A* *- J S.
run- party. North Hill. Private family. Ad- casions, particularly for weddings and be Ispected on the pren-ie. -
sacla dress Box 574. l5aur funerals. Miss Leila .l R. es, 5 N. Renova e E. CaLA A K. n
novtt FOR RENT1-Comfortable furnished room Bayen. Phone 2z3. '2octt .. PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET.
g the with gas and bath, one block from Pala- IF YOU WANTED nice carriage and NOTICE. The< following report is furnished dally
I fur- fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 1SOctim* match horses forl" wedding or o g On and after this dat. 11 r bv an- f,,r The Joirnal by Marks & Gayle. F.I
139 E. ---- --- --- -- calling. where would you go to get tfem? nounce that I will not be responsible for 't LI. .otton merchants, Pensacola, Fl.-:
octm TWO NEWLY furnished rooms, with To Pencola tbe -or r any debts contracted by Ivy wife l niddiin ............ .............
bath room attached. Apply 21. South Phone 39. octltt Thomas Larsen. SAgned, Thomas n Lar- ':;rii iiidd!lng ...................... 7-8
ottage Alcant street. 8Ioctim* sen. n'n:;uaw46* Mi.dhling .............................8 :-4
build- A. HI. McLEOD & CO..*Saimakers-Can-rt. .":i: t i,,w nliddlilg .................. 83-8
ndi:5g ROOMS FOR RENT-Centrally located. vass from 14-Inch to 96-ineh, of all D-partmet of trwe It.,-ri.r, U. t. Land
Sound. Good neighborhood. 18 E. Garden St. weights. Large supply of'Awning Good, Office at tiainesvilir. Florida, I-t,. b*:I. 1. NAVAL STORES.
IToetlm* Tents, Cots. Hammocks. etc., always in 1908. Notice is lherehvy gK.-n ;-cerge G.\.iiaic. Ga.. Nov. 1g.-The following
12aug stock. 703 South Palafox. ilaug V. Soule. ,f Camp Waltn. Fhl)ridja. who. ,;r,. the i:aval stores quotations:
on November 1902. iilia.l, nitmestvil \V\\" .............................6 40
values HOTELS MERCHANTS TRANSFE CO.. Thor. B. Entry. No -31S44. ,Serial Nufb,, r fo for W4; .................................6 .'
nd $3 Thorsen, Prop.. solicits all kinds of SW-%' of SE. and SE', ,of \'SWI. Section N ................................... 'J
te by moving and hauling. Furniture packed 14. Township 2 South. Range 4 West. M 'I........................... ..... .",
. In- BRIGGS' HOUSE. East Wright street. 300 for shipment. Furniture stored. Oice Tallahassae Meridian. has flIed notii e of K ................................... 4 9o
octim feet west of LUnion depot. Pensacola. phone 978. Depot phone 704. 21iet? Intention to malkt final tive -.-ar pTruef. to I ............................ ......4 00
Fla. Out of town parties wishing to save e -stablish claimr to i) i i ,l .idr. i .v -4 II .................... .: 40 tr. :: 47%,
Grape money by taking their meals at restau-" sErit-d. bt fore th,- cl-I.rkl of It. icire it ; ......................... ."i to 2 9*0
a Jag. rants, while spending a few days in Court. at Pensaeola. Fl,'rula. oii the 20itf .. ..................... T-%71- to so *
ment, city on b uiness. will find as good a.- d T *...1.Ca cay of November. 190I (.laimant nan-s : .... ... ............... to '2 97,
Union commodations at the Briggs House as any S, l LA u n h as witnesses: Mary Elizabeth A.twsil. f I........ ..................... -- t,, ,5
)ctlm* house in the city. All outside rooms and Camp Walton, Florida: [ M. \Viter- I .. ...............................: so
nicely furnished. Rates only 50c a day. RUTH 1 ill, of Camp W'alton, Florida; Tlhornas Spoits Turpentinu. SI, c#.ts..
miles Low rates made to sober, desirable peo-i R '. Brooks. of ('amp WValtcn. Florida: Market. firm.
Dress pie by the week. Snov2w i SCHEDULE. ;eorg' B.. Brooks. o' Camp Wazton, Fl.r-
. Pensacola, Mary Esther and Boggy Mail ida. Henry S. Cit;bh. Rezister.-- -
pctlm* WINTER RESORT-The "Old Mill" Inn. Line. j'tl.;iw
on bay shtrep 10 minutes ride from city James Jerauld. Capt. -P---A M A BA CO.
on electric car line, will be open for the L4ves landing Monday. Wednesday and UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE. i
",- winter Ou t.1. All modern conveniences. Friday at 7:30 a. m.. nakinXregular stops
Address Miss .Lilie Taylor. "Old Mill" at Harris. Mary Esther. Camp Walton. Northern Istrit iForia. BY ,
S on. Pensacola, Fla. Phone 388. 2sept Destin and B oif ar ord,-'r o af sale )ud t orf ti.e
S geod p go rent Returning. eaves Boggy Tuesday, Inittl Si:t-.s D)i-tri o..rti f r tlwe, Nor-
L 1^ '" ll tretorex- *Thuraday and Saturday at 5:0 a. m., ar- themrn 1i -tri.-t ,.f Floridai. ih t l o'f!lI' MANUFACTLURERS
Y cnge er se u what you have, ualens driving Pensacola 1:30 p. m. dav of N ,v. n:.',:'. ,s. :,,t. is riv kv
rttie It The Journals want Pas enger and freight service. gi'.-n t-at I wii!, l ,"y p,;iI. -au,-tic-T ia
For rates a y to D. M. WitherllI. for c-ash. ,: s.--' hi.. th.: '. mtx'-t-,i.t:
Contractor and Manager. Landing 713 iay tof N.,v uih:. : ' EVERY HOTEL. in Wet Florida ad South Palafox. Phone m11. at P-eisav,,la. -F amba C'ounty. Florida.
Tonic South Alabama houldc ySo a afrontof nit Statene P ostnt'.-e.
in this oli.inn. The cons isnnly $1. --th-Ameri-anu I.''r. Fr.,lds- W ,tlo "
o. 34 f.'-,--th for four linea E lesa. A s ol n.i r eng-in. ',ili,,. ,i,.,hinet. li.a't.
A lot of old ne il p PrsP tackle, apparel, alplpurtenances. and f,;rni-
i Tnrd N TIC OF R O A t up in net hjldlf tfr ture. a sh te, now ,ies. at the Marine
I NOTICE OPFREMOVAL. t up in eat ds for Was in Santa Rosa Count. Florida.
enuL T* | at T nnr. T. F. M-GOI'RIN.
nov NOTICE OF REMOVA-I have leasedc a l, t 17no united Stat-s Marshal.
the store. No. 1*1 North Palafox St. a C _
-- for 3 years. I shall be glad to see all my .
old fursends and many new ones there .n T S si b fr The Jourl WrT 'G a'.nt l
L. Yours for business. J. N. Andrews. SubaClbeC for The Joumal- Subscribe for The Journal. Aw i rieus t"r PrIo We canIintseres

established hotel In .ity: free baths.


Pensacola-Fort Barrancas Schedule.
Effective Thursday, October 1, 1908.
Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Barrencas.
i>:30 a. m. ................... 6 :00 a. m.
6:00 a. m. ................... 7:15 a. .n.
7:15 a. m. .................... 8:00 a. n.
8:00 a. m. ................... :45 a. m.
8:45 a. m. ................... 9:30 a. m.
9:30 a. m. .................. 10:15 a. .
10:15 a. m. ................... 11:00 a. m.
11:00 a. m. .................... 11:45 a. rn.
11:45 a. m. ................... 12:0 p. m.
12:30 p. m. .................. 1:15 p. m.
1:15 p. m. ................... 2:00 p. m.
2:40 p. m. .................... 2:45 p. m.
2:4-: p. m. ................... 3:30 p. nm.
3:30 p. m.................... 4:15 p.
4:15 p. m. ..........Sat. only 5:10 p. L
i:00 p. -mi. Sat. only. S:45p.m. 6:00 p. uM
6:00 p. m. 5:46 p. m. 6:30p. mn. 7:00 p. m,.
7:00 p. m. 6:30p. m. 7:15 p. m. 7:30 p. m.
2:00 p. m. 7:15 p. m. 8:00p.m. 8:30 p. in,
9:00 p. m. 8:00p. m. S:45p.m. m :30 p. I.
10:00 p. m. 8:46 p. m. 9:30 p. m.10:30 p. n.M
11:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 10:15 p. m.11:30 p. r,
10:15 p. mr. 11:00 p. m.
11:00 p. m. 11:30 p. m.
The 7:15 a. m. train from Pensarola will
run as a local train hereafter. The I:10
p. m. train from Barraacas will make all
stops, except on Saturdays, when a local
car will leave Big Byou at ;5:20 p. .
The Pensacola-Big a you local wlI be
discontinued, except on Saturday after,
Local freight leaves Pensacola at
7:15 a.m.
10:15 a. m.
33:30 p. m.
Through freight leaves Pensacola at
1:15 p. m.
First car leaves Pensacola at 7:00 a. m .
secondd car at 8:00 m., and from that
hour on. the week May schedule win hb
observed, except car will leave oft
Barraneas at S:0 p. nm. Instead of 5:0 lL
Freight car wil make but one, trip
leaving Pensacola at 9:30 a. L
P5aaseneira wishing to go to West Ha
will take North Hill caa m ta er n
West Hill car at L aa sad
streets,. except every day afSter.
pm.i. and S-unda annaeT IP a -L
West Hil cars w n ll
street to the p

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6-room and hall house and outhouses, and large
peach and pear orchard, on 40 acres of improved
land, one-quarter of a mile, southwest of Roberts, Fla.

An Investment.
We have for sale at a sacrifce 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 S. Palefox St. 87. Pensaoola. Flerida


d be keeping your money at home,
h and develop your own city-
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Tuesday Bre Club-ostes, Henry -Befiaer. Old Mill
Snan, 3:46 p. 6a.
Tuesday 3 m Chub-Hostea, Mrs. T. L. Gant, West Gadsden *
k-f street, 2:30 0..
I I Married dles' Eghwe Clab-Rosteu, Mrs. Rupert, Government :
as t Hill Echre lub-Hostess. Mrs. 8. Cranston, corner .of *
Vlah a ei and Strong stre, 2:30 p. m.
i = a~ n WEDNEAOAY.
Social Card elb--ffactess, MM. D. Murphy, On N. Hayne street, *
S 3:30p..
Proresive Euchre Party-Progrews club, 8 p. m. :
I* 0 Thursday MoraIin Bridge Club-Hostess, Mrs. L. E. Thornton, *
72 N. Palaf, 11 a. m. n
*" Ebhre Party g"e by LaMes AtdHilary of B. P. O. E. at Elk *
,* ro. .
S "School Days." given at ope ra ouse by "Junior Gardeners," of *
Public School, 8 p.m.
Meeting of Browatag Cliu sMtems, Mrs. John C. Avery. on Gadsden *
street. 4 p. m.

all through the long, &ot summer days
The mother tree tended the leaves
of green--
Rocked them to sleep on her breast
sere ,
ling their fluttering. playful ways;
Washed them with dew while they
softly slept.
Gave them to drink when the heavens
Ifeished them, too, and warmed
W, them through
In the heat of the bright sun's rays.
Sit autumn came, and the leaves
were grown;
The mother tree shivered-the
nights were cold;
Gone where the blomsem of pink
and gold;
The wind sang shrill in a monotone.
Her little onep needed a warmer bed,
80 sadly sae dressed them yellow
apd red. .
Aud leM them to rest on the earth's
warm breast.
{Whilee braved the lee alone!
-Mary Roberts Rinehart.
A wry enmoyabse surprise party was
given last night in honor of Miss Ma-
rion Saunders, daughter of Mrs. Her-
bert saunders. The. part was given
*by Mrs. Thbtr I T'oeren. at her home
Vo. 40 Wekst Goverment street, and
was attended by a large number of
young 0 pile, who spent the evening
n a meet pleasant manner.
The eoveut was in honor of Mis4
rolboa m seenMteenth birthday anni-
Im y, and ht the plate of each guest
eof emembranee for the
.olung lady. The table, which was
Sailed with delicious cake; and refresh.
s was prettily decorated with
e chrysanthemums. The young
who served the guests were
le Cora and Dora Pfeiffer and
eola and Mamie Barry.
Those who were present at the home
were Mies Marion Saunders, Cora
9 feffer, Dora Pfeifer. Leola Barry,
(Mamle Barry, Na-ale Barry. Inga Tor.
Ikelson. Christina Torkelson, Julia
Pfelffer, Yergtna Bjor'en. Helen
TWhite. Marguerite Thorsen, Mrs.
rTorsen. Mrs. White and Mrs. Saun*
Iers, Messrs. Wallace Pfeiffer, Willie
Barry. A. Carlson, Harry Lovendale.
JR. Miller, Edwin Pohlman. Pat String*
The MUsday Afternoom Euchre Club
(rwas Plesatly entertained yestelL

Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
cannot reach the mest of the disease. Ca-
tarrh tI a blood or oaesttttiuonal disease,
pad In order to cur* It you must take In-
ernall remodlei. Hai's Catarrh Cure is
taken Intemaily. and acts directly on the
ood and muwous nurfac",. 1H a's Ca-
SCure is not a quack medicine. It
.wpercwirbld by one of the bt physl-
hisn th country for years. aad = a
reuar preserWptton. It ih composed of
ela best tees known. combined with the
&est bleed amlms aetl* directly an the
surfaces. The perfect comblua-
Ion of th two Ingrednts is what pro-
du4M such wemerful results In curing
ter ttimonials free.
y..m CO.. PTO... Toledo. 0.
sl;Id b"r TAuLs. priee c.
Take' Hll'sU Ily Pills for consUpa.


We're headquarters

for the famous







of Milwaukee.

Shipments received*.

twice a week.

0o Cahn.& &ie.

Age utsninally's


day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Undstrom on Government street. Mrs.
N. Soderquist being the hostess of the
artternoon. Refreshments were
served, the event passing off most sat-
isfactorily for all present. Mrs. A. A.
Dooley was successful in carrying off
first honors, Mrs. S. Johnson secur--
Ing the consolation. Mrs. Dan Mfir-
phy -held the lone hand, Mrs. Clancy
receiving the -booby. The next meet-
Iag of the club will occur at the
lAndstrom home, Mrs. Undstrom hav-
ing kindly offered the use of her
hole to the club, Mrs. C. D. Byers
will be hostess.
The executive committee of the
Pensacola Civic League he!d an im-
portant meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
parlors yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock, the bond -of the trustee hav-
ing been fixed, a committee appoint-
ed whose duty will be to look up a
guarantee comp.any. and a local bank
decided upon in wbich to plaze thc-
fUids of the association. Those pres-
ent report a most asatilsfactory meet-
ing, a great deal of the right kind of
enthusiasm and spirit having been
Mrs. Stephen Allen entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Jno. Dunn and "Little Chip, '
at dinner last: evening at the Allen

House. Mrs. uunn is Known L-i the
theatrical world as "Mary Marble."
and delighted Penscl people last
night with her cjeieqr acting in "His
Honor the Mayqr." Mr. and Mrs.
Dunn are personal friends of the Al-
Mrs. Chas. Rie will be hostess this
afternoon at a miscellaneous show-
er to be given in honor of her sister-
in-law, Miss Bessie Rice. the an-
nouncement of whose wedding to Dr.
Jas. C. Baldwin ,of Nashville has
previously been announced About. 25
of tie friends of this poIular young
lady 'have been bidden to the event,
which-will oceur at the Rice home at
24 B. Brainard street.
Miss Rice will figure ia one of the
-pretty weddings of the season. when.
on .November 25th, she will become ,
the bride of the prominent young
-Misses Coachman and Munnerlyn.
who nave been -the guests 0o Mrs. R
P. Mitchell for the past two weeks. itn
tend leaving for their home in Jack-
sonville today, where a series of in-
teresting social events await their
return. All three young ladies, who
have become inamenscly popular in
Pensacola during their sojourn here
will figure prominently in the season
at Jacksonville this year.
IMts. Scarritt Moreno entertained in
honor of Misses Coachman and Mun-
nerlyn at her home yesterday after.
noon. the event proving a prettily ar-
ranged affair, and much enjoyed by
those -who were present.
Miss Mae Parkerson, who has been
the guost of Mrs. G. A. Waterman at
the Allen house for the past two
weeks left for her home in New Or-
leans Sunday might. The departure
of Miss Parkersom is'lTtgret ted by a
large number of friends in Pensacola.
with whom she had become a social
Miss Maude Holbrook and Mr. Mar-
co White. both of whom are well
known Pensacola young people, were
united in marriage at St. Michale-,
church on Sunday morning, Rev. Fath-
er Kennedy officiatig, leaving in the

MIan Iuang linmnt

s sTi-ed shoddelu 1cm y and peoanemtlyT rie

Uni cure for Cakedy i der and Sore testM Cin
A postal quest -w abrin g you FBB booklet "Potats from A Horse Diors Diy.

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

evening for New Orleans -.n a short
wedding trip.
The event comes in the nature of
a surprise to many of the friends of
the young people, who, however, join
in offering congratulations. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hor=ler attended the bri-
dal couple at Sunday's event, which
was a simple and pretty affair. The
bride wore an elaborate morning ccs-
The Married Iadie-' club
will meet at the home of Mrs. Rupert.
this afternoon on Government street
at 3:30 o'clock. TThose who compose
the membership of this prominent or-
ganization of lady card players are
planning au interesting afternoon.
The ho-t:ss of th, week with the
East Hill Euchre club will be Mrs.
S. H. Cranston. who will enrt.Tri'n thiF-

les. The tactful girl is aot a toady
-and what is more ahe does not have
to be.
Tact consists ingoing the gracious
thiag in a gracious way at the psycho-
logical moment when graciousness is
most required. Tact is forgetfulness
of self without "gush." Slang may not
be in good form, but it is often most
expressive in fin article on good form,
and there is no word which will ex-
press so clearly a certain state of
mind and form of conversation as that
word "gush."
The other night two old-time friends
came to the. parting of the ways. sim-
pl1 yi)ecause one was in trouble and
the other was not tactful. And they
were men at that!
The man in trouble had just pass-
ed through an experience which would
try the strongest nerves. The man
without tact would have gone all to
pieces under tile same experience and
sirain. but he did not realize that fact.
or. more plainly speaking, he did not
think fnr hi'l fk. n*i

tXI111iV Ul- U13 IltcUU.
Instead te strode flippantly intoethe
.. .. t pt. presence of the man who was holding
Kentucky, has arrived to spend the his nerves down with a grip like iron
winter here. and proceeded jauntily io remark:
Say. I heard a good one about Blank
'Mrs. Sam French of Birmingham, is today."-
in the city for a few days. "Heavens, man," a-swered his
friend. "don't tell me funny stories
Mr. S. Murphy anti wiof of Gonza- when I'm in this frame of mind."
lez are spending a few days in the "Oh, .ou'il be all over this pretty
city. soon and next year you'll laugh about
Misses Stela AAvery and Mildr-ed
Kessler ale in Montgomeryu wh,-r Quit,, true%-so inl is Providence
they are the guests of MIr \\. I). in softening bereavement or failure,
Kesslier. with the balm ot time' lBut just at
S. hat moment the flippant (rln:ark was
President J. A. Being of the J. It. like- alt on an open wnd. The
Saunders Co., was joined by Ii rs man in trouble tohI the ;awtless man
Ewing and daughter on Sunday. Mr. what ;i though of him as al comforter
iand Mrs. Eving will be at the Esman- Iand the tactless n!'an told 'he troibh,'.
bia hotel until :hey secure a hoi.5e. i1,n what he th'Oht of .t chap) who
Ms7. Bailey is viiing fr-iads i ld not iaugih in the face of a (catas-
New Orleanrs ror, d i* the door was banged be-
wew i1c"w *are.
Mr. T. WV. Cawtion of DLFunisAkk If (n!- the tactlc5 manu had ht his
S}::-ings hiis bcn spending ia few ifrie.nd giv.-, -r'nt to his feeling-. If he
day: here. 1 had Fat lentt or litor',e'1d *in occasioln-
- al "ti''1. so" a, thie1 t.le lproce'oed.

afternoon at her home at the corner Editor F! ank L. .lave<-. c I i, Jour- Ihli friend would hav" bi,),-P relieved iithe new sheath -ash pin now at-
of Ninth avenue and Strong street, nal. has returned trom M'ridian. .y the p-of's c1f pourin forth his tracts attention because of its beau-
is.,ANNOUNCEMENTOF THE where haes been fto: lhe ast soI fll l tx- woull I .n (it t\ and usefulness. It can be used
HOLIFIELD-GRIFFITH WEDDING. of that city. ifo- neatly placing the sa h at the
Announcement has just been made "A "1 n e v;. waist line without that old knot. The
of the approaching wciding of Miss Dr. C. E. Be:nnit, yest n iay rI*- -ih : iun c ': mue older i li boutfra possibly two-thirds ofsqar and
Minnye IIolifleld to Mr. Le--i Griffith, c ived the sad ne-ws of :he death 0,: a a, ;,.-.: if .l :s ,.(-td hrmih widpe oand sightly two-thirds of an
the interesting event to take place his brother. D:. ..ichn S. Hennett of '"i-:ani. natrin o:ii., 21 i.v "m ,-lyle i deand slightly rounded. There
on the evening of November 25th. Miss Sacrament., California.. The remains ul ioher. A:'o his friends leings. T he short claksping pins atrm-
Holifield is an exceptionally sweet will be taken to Ow-nsborv, K-., f:. i s ag'd ,th:t ,i,, affair \as not gold clasp in a
young lady. and has many friends in interment. -I be di.used in his .-.,'e. "n' __
th e c ity T hl g ro o m h o b e lo n g s T h e T0 ll dlB.hse-l all n h la ,-.
to one of Pensacola s o .ldrt families. The Tehro Beth- l ladi n I. : aiha chance 0gI(. au M licaiion dof ine table salt on a
holds the respect and esteem of all erpretty eu e in-at rhe Pra-c. -lua ,I h'.d h, o. ( x 'a..d tog- n1it iill fike off abl sailn ana
who pers-onallv know hi:u. e a terda h. l a-l.- leave t silver entirely bight. Afte-
Following is the announcement: ing been in att-endanc-. in c-ccrdan I i Mis Dash i. ,to ba triedthis i should be washed in warfter
"Mrs. William Mitchell Holileld re- with the general custom when the-. I ha..-; ah ( :.l thar and shoure b washed n war
quests t-ie honor of your ;:-resence at popular ladies i sue an invitation. ( a ueal mas mixt i ek W l, ar and aUforI soap.
the marriage of her daughter. Min- Some good ames we reported. a Yo o hak our oth- Many women leave silver spoons
nye, to Mr. Leon ('Liveland Griffith, generally pleasant aft-.rnoonY resulting.. OU.ever lay o .your life h ;oh ,';ervns from one meal oo an-
on the evning- of Wedne day. tne The Tuesday Bridze ciub will 19'tt A sickening siler:..e fel:owed ;adl other, remarking that -the articles are
twenty-filth of November. at S o clock, this mthi rning i-h Mrs. ilenr Rw lin-l e 'rY l m:an in tiihe -oo: pi -lrd opv'nl- sii:.,-r and the fruit acid will not ruin
302 West Intendencia strict, Pensa- ger at her hon- at the Old Mill in., or ('overtly at ith, voun matron tlho-nt. b;ut do they stop to think what
cola. Florida;, Mrs. Bellier i.s on of the Mol Ipot ; wh''- .'," rimar: itad lr'n-l, an the silver will do to the fruit? It
MRS. T. L. GANT TO ular metmiers cf t1h- club. aid the af- old woud and i ma.lei .y ore inl the- pons ev!.n though the spoon is
ENTERTAIN TODAY. ternoon is pleasantly anti-ipated. room feel awkward. silver. Thcre is a chemical process
E~NTE~RTAIN TOD b t-,eon the fr'if acid and metal
Mrs. T. L. Gant will be hostess at DISAPPOINTED HOUSEKEEPERS The gi"l who can -o itit 71 sickroom which makes the fruit unfit for. use.
her home on We-1t Gadsdea street at Can make better -desserts next time if aind helier the sufferer without mak- This is even more sg where genntin.i
one of the deliitful events given by they use Blue Ribbon Iemon or Va- ing light iof the latter's afflifction. vwho silver is not used. Lard will turn a
the Tuesday Euchre club. The hour nilla. can go into the house of mourning and -ptoon green in a few days in ho:
is set for 3:30'. *. how courteous sympathy or perform weath-r, yet often a silver spoon will
NOMADS MET WITH SOME SOCIAL HINTS. jiseful service witou be)(coming be left'Tn the lard can.
MRS. JOHN S. BEARD. The tactful girl is the girl we are niau-llin and hvbyterical; who can D f
The oa.? hld an liners all glad to see in time of trouble. Sh, soothe, ny a well-chosen :-emark. the D forget, that i making Christ-
The 'Nomad: ,eld an Inte-esting will not open the wound afresh. Sio feelings oc some woman who has just mas gifts a hatpia cushion made by
meeting esterdav afet-rnoon at the will not. try to belittle our particular been snubbed by another pcrson- covP1-inn a cylinder of cardboard with
home of Mrs. no.1 Beard on the bay form of affliction. And she will no, he i, ;ino tactful girl. fan-y ribbon or silk is charming.
shore. A "(Calb"an'\afternoon had leave the scene of trouble to carry Te (- vylinder may be one of the
been arranged, the topi- proving of tales. T your friend has just niet with a tubes used for mailing pictures, or a
interest and value to all thoae pres- .. loss, or passd throunti some uunpleas- rol! that broad ribbon comes on, but
ent. Mrs. W. R. Gonzale; read a Tact is an insaul-ablt asset for the ant experlenrc. leP? ler tell you all it may be mnade of cardboard.
paper entitled. "Tie Iand and the maln or wonan with social ambition,. ?l>;>.; i: without intcrruiiptin. DD) no,' To do this, ctr thecardboard the de-
Peoule ar- Mrs. JI'-h- R Jonos han- And please bear in mind that tact is 1 t. he'r at the end of th- first sn- ired ;ize-5 by 9 inches is a good size
died the hiiect. "-Rpligim., Science i not toadyism. We all know the type ten,'- with "Oh. yo. but I had a much -rJ I dipl in water so it will roll
and Social Culture "- Miss IHilda Blount of girl who hangs breathlezly on mne:- severe attack.' easily.
read translations from tablets, every word uttered by the woman of A Oirl who can listen while another Ron it carefully until the edges'
social influence, or who praises the party relieves wr f elinv- is th," tact- meet. then paste a strip of paper un-
PERSONAL MENTTON. hideous gowns of the woman whos fuil! Trl. ,, mprner that for th, tine der and over the joining to hold the
i- nner invitations she deqir- to s,- 1-n t in;(* :idal is isn tr-oubhle nd ed'e.s in place.
Mr. J. C. Bonifay, of Bowling Green. cure. She is the girl who simply toad- c(;n o't ,,-t l,'r -hoiu:t- f'-on h"rse'lf I'hrn it is perfectly dry cover with
Do no, tri to rfermi ti mi-a--! for f.z:ired ribbnm in pale shades.
ht r. She wi!' not thbn- yoiiu. Paste the ribbon to the cardboard
7heJoo DF1a o ath nd and catch It together
7he Journal'f D ai fashion Feature Anow for the mental .re- and v-i bric"r stitch the length of the
nerve strain under whicri your friend cylinder.
i. l]ahi v- -and do-nnot i'ntrr;t : no' Fill with curled hair. letting the
th'-u- i onur own affi'$.s ,ulter her a'- !.ir come beyond the ends. to form a
t- )io;i. At anteli ha ; di .pod of her- issi -. n" ,- r'tching in color cither the gronnd or
lemi. shli' will be .'lad :o li: '.*n to 0fl re of the ribbon. Each cushion is
yur c.,mi'il.-n-e-. For l'h p-.i:,'(int s.ircirded by a frill of white chiffon
fc:->-. 'c1: ,-'If to c,.--nentrat, v'or Ribbon is twisted around the cylin-
mnnd u111: her offi-- hl-r trhmbles- der a eacil cad and finished with a
S* T is tact in timi. of trouble. a social fluffy bow. while the ribbon to hang
S' I I a a-t well worth cultivating,. it by comes from underneath the
S-- bowA.
So-' Ila:= your sewint- ba.,kt or sew- One' of the new shades of blue
ill ip box -i. ('uiip,;c with a small mag- which are calculated to carry all be-
Sn 'in np. ,a wh. '1 a ,itran. three( or foil" for them thi, season in the world


The large bhat illustrated is a vwry we me jl for dress wear, and was in
the original of apricot felt, faced with b k coded silk. The trimming
consisted of plaited ruMas of w'.tes e agMde ad a lower roaette of
black satia. This hat =o"dal cll abo be caped with good effect in
I khitele i s aO Alr MAe, MO P" a- ige,ceter.

-",-t it;. a Ct I, it viii sa o you
loei: ',f work when you drop a needle,
for it will find it for you.
Press au-trnmn leaves awl ust- them
to decorate glass piu trays as you
did with 'tour cigar band-. They
make very- handsome, littl-? gifts, and
are ,asily mrade. One large leaf if
rr'1" fnl. -viil ',e sufficient to decorate
a mall tea-".
When hemsti thinz. to save count-
ing threads and insure an ( ven stitch.
a rmw of machine Ftitehing is a great
he!p af er drawing tl threads through
..- space on the side next the hem.
This should be done before basting
tha-, hen;. The tension should be loose
enccugh nt- to draw and the machine
stitch of the right length to regulate
the hemstitch.
It takes an artist to properly fash-
ion a dress skirt with two seams. one
at the front. the cther at the back. It
is mounted above the waistline, as are.
indeed, most dress skirts this season.
and it hangs quite straight. Such
skirts are decorated on each side of
these seams and many clever arrange-
ments are found in decorations of but-
tons, braid,. folds and the like.
The separate coat is three-quarter
length and it is understood that this
season will usher in a great many sep-
arate oeeats which #io not rightfully
belong to a jacket suit. The finishing
of seams in a tuck effect is seen on
the newest models, anud, in many in-
Lstanees, gives a plain but attractive
trinmrt -' An exceedingly smart coat
o1 thin description was developed o'
a blurred sNaped effect in tbe plain
style IHfe a plait directoire coat The
panel efect is a new note. The pan-
el eztaW-s from the 1pper portion of-
the deep V-ehaped opeiang at the top
of the cst to the beh. and has button

u dress. and which save no rival
even among the softer anr.1 more ef-
f.-ctive toes, which, according to the
standard of yesterday, should have
ccne first in order of merit, is the
clear, vivid tint known as "Eugenie."
This is a facsimile of the old-fash-
ioned blue whi(-h in the days of the
second empire was worn so frequent-
ly by the beautiful bride of Napoleon
III-., and which extended in- popu-
larity over a far longer period than is
usually the case where fashion is con-
The only difference which obtains
nowadays is that instead of being
carried in the crisp rustling silks
which our grandmothers delighted in,
and of which the quality of "standing
alone" appeared to have been rated
above all others, it is reproduced in
the softest crepe meteor, satin char-
mcuse or cashmere de oie, which
gives a very quaint effect to this vivid
and somewhat crude tone.
Handsome belting of stiff satin ma-
terials. inlaid wfth roses and Persian
designs, cost according to their qual-
Now that the card season has come
again hostesses may be glad to know
that they can. get felt-covered card
tables. If one wants the chairs that
go with them they may be had for
a reasonable price.

The smart dressmakers and tailors
often prefer to design a&n make their
own buttons and ornaments in oider
to insure individuality, but many of
the ready-made things of this kind
have the exclusive hand-made air this
season. Buttons, fat or dome-shaped,
formed of satin-covered cord coiled
around and round upon Itself, are
much used, a- are butteos and orna-
ments of soutacse handled in the
same way. Narrow folds of black sat-
in. woven n and out in basket de-
sign, cover some of the big fiat but-
ton -molds with good effect, and cro-
cheted, embroidered and plain satin
buttons are used in profualo-.
The use of the browns with ma-
hogany tone is indicated in the sup-
ply of beautiful embroidered trim-
mings in those shades and there are
many exquisite gray and green ea-
broideries, but many of the haeadi-
e-t effects are in the peacock oelor-
irhgs, which were i ew last -witer but
are to be popularized this season.
Superbly embroidered motifs in
satin, velvet or net $or the Miag aIn
of part or low-cut corsages are sp-
plied by the designers, no correspond-
ing trim-ming necessarily appearing
elsewhere en the frock, and directoire
waistcoats also are ina evfdeae la all
degrees of elegance, usually of em-
broidered satin, cloth or velvet.
As for the ornaments of braid or
satin, cord, etc., they are legion. Nev-
er within memory has there been esuc
a flood of similar training sad em*
can obtain them in any of the me.!
Ish colors, though black is the Vtms
favorite and is used upAU.s a olers.
Some of these garnitures are merely
bizarre, but many are both hondiome
and practicable, and though the Wrices
are often high, an old frock mftht
be furnished into medishanrs or a
simple frock made to have an air of
elegance by the use of one of these
ready-made garnitures as inexpensive-
ly as in any other way.
Tuesday, November 17.
Broiled Beefsteak.
Lyonnaise Potatoes.
Cream Muffinms.
Cafe au Lait.
The Journal.
Cream of Tomato Soup.
Roast Chickens. Stuffed.
Potatoes au Gratin.
Creamed CaullTU1wer.
Stuffed Tomatoes.
Lettuce and Celery Salad Mayoinalse
Vanilla Parfait.
Tiady Baltimore Cake.
Cafe Noir. Cheese. Nuts.
Oysters a la Maryland on Chafing ]Dia
Sataroga Potatoes. Bread and Butter
Combination Salad.
Vienna Cream. Cake.
Hot Chocolate. Cheese.
They Take the Kinks Out.
"I have used Dr. Klo's New Lif
Pills for nMyv yeams, with inreoasla
satisfaction. They take the kinks e o
of sttomach, iwer and bowels withoa
fuss or friction." Pays N. H. BUewn,
of PittsOeie. Vt. Guaranteed sati
factory at all drnrists. 25e.

Call at Crystal Pha acy
for a free booklet, just pub.
listed, entitled "What A Wo-
man Should Know About

Crepe de chine scarf sashes mess- YARNS.
ure three-quarters of a yard wide and New and complete stock of yarms,
are adaptable as either shouMer drap- tapestry, sofa cushions, birthday pil-
ery or sash. Their quality o haad- lows, centerpieces, Sitka Ivery riag
some, a silky crepe de chtae with a down pfBews and a f e liUm e satin
broad latticed fringe on either end. pt cushions. CresAeted sHlppes mad
--- to order. Mrs. H. V. eOlma, at CMuti
Shaded meseallee is a ovlte t ter's Miass Howw.
is much apprelated for s-i
house or dinner gowns. Its omb Thae Jou"al d i md fa
treatment, leantkrwis o the s gods,
.r-s wide strpe. A ae -


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panel into prominence, tAe stripes arr
across the material and not length-
wise as upon other Dortions of the
coat. The sleeves are plain, not even
finished with cuffs, but a black velvet
shawl collar is used.
Ragged gloves are one )f the worst
marks of the careless girl. A mistake
too often made is mending gloves with
silk. At notion 'counters can be
bought a plait of cotton tlireads of
various colors, intended fo'- this pur-
pose. With it should be kept a small
piece of wax, a thimble and a glove
and a paper of glove needles, which
have the point slightly flattened. It
will take but a few moments to stop
and mend the tiniest hole, for if you
let it go the rip is sure to become
longer and then the repairing-no mat-
ter how carefully done-is bound to
show. "A stitch in time saves nine"
and makes your glove;; lonk better.
Mahogany tea trays of good design
are popular.
Close-fitting and exceedingly warm
are the silk underskirts with tops of
silk jersey.
Bernhardt girdles. consisting of mas-
sive links, which clamp around the
waist in true medieval fashion, are to
be found at the department stores.
New wall paper shown in shop win-
dows reveals deep bronze and other
metallic effects. These suggest them-
selves especially for hall and library.
Thi "-arts aad crafts" jew*ry,
whit-lich provide; a really new departure
from the trite "art noveau" in tihe
heauitful dingy greens and browns of
its surface, is found in effective bar-
rettes, hat.pius, belt buckles, etc., at
prices which are really nominal.
Small wicker baskets hlled with
chocolate mints or with any other pre-
ferred candies, are being sold. The
baskets. which may afterward be tuseu
for small sewing case, are round or
heart-shapevl. and made of fairly good
quality of wicker straw The colors
are white trimmed with straw braid-
ings o green.



Use ordinary soap for

ordinas y purposes; Ivory

Soap for better-than-

ordinary purposes.

That is the rule in

most households; and it

is a good rule.

It applies particularly

to colored goods, waste

silks, lawns, dimities,


Ivory Soap

994 C1-0Per Cet. P

blue presented in this way on whitl
is delightful. The two colors fadn
together so gently that there is n4
harshness In the combination.
A well known local matron noted
for her exquisite gowns has just re
ceived a collection of the o.nst won.
derful creations in this line. One *I
the number is a soft satin fSitshei
crepe in smoky gray-plain, clinging
empire or directoire skirt, snort-waist
ed bodice with trimming of seff-coloi
velvet embroidered boldly in selft
color and dull geld, tucker :d si4eves
of gray net and guimpe of yellowish
lace. A long gray velvet coat ac-
companies the frock and *he model is
of the dtrectaire redingote character,
slashed up the skin. straight of line,
trimmed in Imftons and ornanmeats o(
gray satin an dsoft draped revers of
the same satin. A note of color is
given by a little directoire waitcoat
of soft dull rose cloth embroidered In
gray with glints of old gold.
To wear with this is a big rose
felt hat, low, wide, sitting down well
on the aead. swathed Ia smoke gray
velvet and trimmed witi three gray
ostrich plumes.


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NOVEMBER 11, 1905.
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Bhippin Trwctiops and
Notes of Interest Along
The Bay Frnt.

e auxiliary schooner J. S. Murrow
has been launched from Burnham I1.
White's marine ways. where a new
propeller was plac-d in position. She
will sail for Perdido bay this mom-
'The umack Lottie S. Haskins hea
arrived to E. E. Saunders & Co., witt
VAlout 20,000 pounds of red snappers.
* *
le smck Emma Jane sailed for
lhe snapper banks yesterday morn-
u- B
The Norwegiau ship Hiawatha. sail-
aed mSunday for Montevideo.
The tog E. E. Sinlmpon. towing two
dbargw" kded with lumber, arrived
Aeaten diy evening from St. Audrews.
5 *
'Mtie ip Wallacetown has flnithed
Goadling and will he towed to sea this
anuuing by the tug Sinmson.
lUe steamdiip Maut;cO arrived yes-
t4rstay Bmorning from Mobile and saiH-
rl. at & p. m yesterday for St. An-

ofsulpate of potash.*
hO BrAuitr* steamship MTeresari,
arrived Sunday and a ben oTrieste
Jm the wet side of Tack ga tree
Iawa westre set e will to ihareke on a
g~ia 3,078,?JO0 kilos o( kanit, 7,250
it mal ate of potash and 500
a9 f sulphate of potash.
SB* *
T Aue Brit stshUea m'htp Teresar-
etT frriveo Slerlay nyes Trieste
y .ll wgo is transit for New
M hee been docked at Tar-
raina street wharf to take on ad-
ditlmnl cargo.
'The Brittih steaimsnhp Weardatle ar-
rhlvd from Siftnerlal yesterday and
Mohlnoted in the stream, where she
M tead .
The river steamer J. P. W1leams
will leave this morning for Blackwa-
ter and other points.
* *
The Italiaj bark Niobe has 'been
*lowed from Perdido vwrarf to the
ItremM. 'where she will load.
* *
'Manchuria, Hr. ss.. aylor. 2117,
Brem-n to .1. A Merritt & Co.
'Wearside, Br. as. Marsdroppen,
3749, Stmderland to M. A. Quina.
Teresa, Aus. as, Ivanieh. 238,
Trieste to Gulf Transit Co.
The new iwin-screw steel steamship
Berlin, of the North Geomran Lloyd
lAne, was :ina christened at
Brmewn yesterday. She is one of the
grtest passenger carrying and cargo
stpemt ras afloat, although not as
&pemedv as some of the fast express
'veseis of the same line. She is des.
thted to carry 3230 passengers and a
eew of 400 men. Her I-placeient
Is 28.000 tons, and she will carry 14-
00 tons of cargo. Her dimensions
SLenmtgth," 612 feet 3 inches; beam,

]Pensacola, Fla.

Every day. The Escamnbia
Oyster Depot has moved to
C12 South Palafox St., Phone



The largest stock of dried,
Cut-Up wood in the city. We
also have a large stock of
four-foot cord wood, Galla-'
way and Jellico CoaL Prompt
delivery, polite service guar-

Our prices are righi


Fuel and Suj


E. G. Sewell,

Phone 363.


69 fe-et 8 inches; depth of lower prom- at the very close of the five years we
enade deck, 50 feet 3 inches, and draft lare able to secure our chartr and a
31 feet 8 n.hes. She will ew driven valuable piece of real estate. These
by two quadruple-expanaion engines o. acquisitions place us on a surer foun-
14.000 horse-powr, and the contract nation, strengthen our claims to a pler- 1r
calls for a speed of seventeen knots ****< * manie:>t place in the community and AS Better L
an -hottr. The -new steamship is in- strengthen also our determination 19
tended for the Meeterranean ser- build us a .,?o'fortable club house thaL A maxim tried
ice, and in her design and constrnc- nnI II canT he rth ,enter of allclub hlife in A maxi tied
tion comfort and safety have been the U Tallahassee. and till a long-felt need better trade this ye
primary objects. iShe will have every ___ in social and literary cirleks. light. People flock
convenience and comfort which ex- The scope of our work is too far- light. People flock
perience has shown to be of value.- TALLAHASSEE ORGANIZATION reaching to po-rmi: u-s to concentrate brilliant light.
PhiladelpDia Record, Nov. 8. all our energy and interest in one t
HEARD REPORTS OF ITS OFFI- project. but it will lx of paramount |I WEL
While no final settement or the Itl- ERS, WHICH WERE VERY EN- importance for te next few year. Wi do the w
Ion atemonhip sittmion has yet been CERS WHC WERE VERY EN- it i- not necessary for me to dis- Willdothe w
accomplished the various lines are re- COURAGING. e.-is thee work ot the club -n de.~ail, Other lighting agent
for vou haie just listened to the ao-t l ie
training from hostilities by month-to- nu-m ripors of the officers and comt- the light question.
month a-greements. The situation may special to -he Journal. nid'tees which bring more cleary to C
best be described as an armistice. At Tallahassee, Nov. 16.--The Woman's 'Olr minds what beon done in ti .l PENSACO L
a conference held in Berin on Oct. 21 Club of Tallahassee held their annual Ilast (ighteenti months man I possible 1
an agreement -was reached to cover meeting at the Leon Hotel Thursday an. Ea"- h conlmitnle is a little clu) Phone 14&
the month e November, rates to be afternoon, the twelfth instant. A larg.- ill ts'-If,. that is presided over by the
graded on the -basis of speed of the attendance was present and interest- chairman w'ho plans and directs the
vessels. The agreement covers east- ing reports were read from the oflicert, work and reports 'at. each meeting,
bound bstlnes only and the rates in and various. committees. wan thas been done during the month.
question are $30 for the fast steamers, The club has recently procured a amni- ,odav. report fr im ach cRair-
$27 ftr mefta peed steanwrs anti charter. This was done through the ma-n i a resume of the"e monthly ir- BeSt
$26 for Ulle ohuer boats. This vir- disinterested co urtesy- of Mr. A. H1. or; -. 1A
tally aotats to differentials give "VWiUiam._, a prominent young attorney Tha' the ve;'.s record meets our
iby the reBulr transatlantic steamers. of Tallahass-se and to him the club highest commendation and apprecta- is the unalterable motto-in produc- -__
as U of tU White Star Mediterranean expressed their appreciation by a tion cannot be denied, and I place th' ing Cascade Pure 'Whisky. The I
steamMa a~tM also of the North Ger unanimous vote of thanks., insignia of otfie" ufln illy se.-sn cascade ur isy. Ie
man Iloyd and the Ham-burg-Amnri- The committee previously appointed feeling that the last year of nl. ilon best rain-the best method of dis-
can are in the $30 class. The $2 too enter into errepondene wii administration has ber t l,. du rain- e best method o dis-
class includes such stea.rners as Sla- some traveling company who would lo tthe dilig -ne and faithf-ine:s o tilling-the best process of purifica-
vonia. Panamnia and Carpathia of the visiL Tallahas-seo in the interesIs of tlhe members more than to miy *-
Ctuard Line. The $25 rate takes in the club, reported thai the Hen GreetK lor)s. Your hearty co-operwitict aii tiun and the best aging all combine
the slow boats of Lthe Anciomr Line. the IaYels would come sone time unfailing zeal aben an spiral, o ae ascae a perfect isy.
o mo- at all !i'imes; flianly roi 'ghil to make Cascade a perfectcWhisky. D E ]
Uttonia of the Canard Line and the ibhroug.hout tlhe winter and would giv 'aCe Shl
Spanishb ne bo.ts.-XNw York Mari- -it her atn open air- or an indoor enr- laces have bee smoothed o i Physicians prescribe it for its purity.
time Repglter. taiminti as the weather would jer-I ia.v.n lightened by -our sYn - Of the First N
* mit. This conmpanv is -ry i-idely ,IAroD ihoO. L, . sv Of the First NC
Sandy Hook lightship. marking the known and highly comnuuended. They ., j lh .ginning. anity o GE. A. DKEL CO.rdial invitation
and oe,.ne.,4 of piurpo'se has chara,-c in- Distillers a cordial invitation
locating known for more than fif~- are i the habit of playing for the va- work ad in hi li t se
yVems by at tite. will go out. of txist- rious colle,; and uuiversitie during -. ot wors and in l Ho 7a Nashvile, Tennessee be mutually profital
ence oetellly on Dee. 1. On that day the suninieit ,erms, and the ladies ex- :md what,,ver influence f:on. N. Goldring, Distributer, years in the banking
a new ll e anchored in red u ic hclul has its soir ust e n Pensacola, Florida. us knowledge of bu
the n place. marked in iblack )*t- m iat. they would be procurable for Tal- 1froi one womarn jrut, fl-ol allt h lere--nis
terms sa i gwes on her straw<-olore.l laa'sse. wo n as one person, united flco-.Iv Iu I to our
side 8 Ambrose Channel 97. Al- The report of the secretary was de- I oe pson, nied n- s invaluable to our
-Amunon zood: not all en(gaxe: in i he
thouh a simal wooden lightship. with f'rrd until lhe next meeting as that same deamitinen- fi work bit all work-
lights of minor power was anehoiuet officet- had but. just returned from a in with one idea. and inCv actn vea: Electrical Contractor
nmore eatm y years ago five la long vie lmi. away from hsome. gninte etuent, the lie that binds 1uts .o.-; r and Electrical fixtures, desk lights,
ft tteeatn e e to (ntne, Chas anl teasurer, a rer sifwas xory inanial closer bhu widen our intrnstis-and telephone brackets. etc. Ft
In osy the isme .location as the andSfhowed aSatisfatoryfinancial .-evato 'irr ideals. To help the vyoaug NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE. LRE
.it twas tople of our lowjl tis lulsa le ex- NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL.
for a Y. s aao Lha a suitable eral' he 4 i making every Iffo.rt to amples of -what wP w won'1 *hae lent
was Put theme. lightshiphi, at become the owners of their own home, be and line tup to ouilr preachmltlexms.W
win w r hi. tt a a a e towards this end, lhe cing caefl that they do not ive E. W PEAKE, of i
tn 184, was te e se we by the tie.-'-.i o euil hue c reported t hemlv into meaningless plat- Phones 345 and 955. Designated De
c~ft hi S2, a s~teel with elec- purchase of a desirable lot on Clinton tudeD, or that oe- example is not of
other should se break trom her moor street, one block west of the Baptist personal appearance only., o- good w. H. Kn wla, PreIdent
er gs.hoAs te vesse was slowly her moo- church. manners, or a generous heart or a cul- CREW NOTICE. These. W. brent. ALt. Ca
ing away withe wage sloyas decidedatwor- Co itte -having cnarg of the tivated mind. but. demonstrates that a Neitr ie- aptain. e.vis.
years ago to Tepltce her wh a mod- club's work in the public school and happy combination of all these admir- '0 t igees i, t'a- r W
rn craft-New York Maritime Reg- the kindergartens of the city, reported able qualities constitutes the best citi- S ,onsibiJ. ,,r ,-lt ,,n .a.- t e York riti e e- favorable condition and saiisfactory. z- n. man or woman. ly ti ln- r t-w ef -;ti 1s e.
izter,11b theMan or-wo ma" nIi"'t 1.'f.4 1 .
progre-ss. antd the committee in charge Our year book for 1907-'O0S shows ) G. I k N V:A01
LIST OF VESSELS 1N PORT. r)I tle i'iarks under club management two new standing committees. The ;ULI"' TRAN.SIT .si, t:'. .
otsiamship2. also '.iotd excellent coniinions o.r- duty of the one has been to prepare - --
Coya. Br. ss., Williamson, 2127. Pis- tailing in this work for a social hour after the business CREW NOTICE.
equal. Chill, to Gulf Transit Co. The new officers elected for !ie yea session, that we might forget the N- ith .It- '.. r ie. I ,'iti .
Barkstn,. Br ss. Golborne, 2916. for 1908-'09 were, as follows: President. sirenuosity of the afternoon in a cup it.a hi \\' -v-:!,-z. ,i{! ice
Rio Janeiro to Gulf Transit Co. Charles Cay; first vice-nresident, of tea o a cooling glass of punch, and. -posi debts cotrct i
Chas. LeCour, Fr-nch -s., letestu. -r.<. Howard Gamble; second vice- at the same lime, to cultivate the so- ci1 the. ',Pw *,, Viost Pe
1446, Card t to Gulf Transit Co. .)re-id nt. Mrs. lH. T. P elke; t-eas- ial side of club life. I thank, the fiPNSAA L..t Il' Mi-:.R ',I.. ,',. Cn
Br. as. Barkiton, Rio Janiero to urr,- Miss Sallie Blake: . creoary. ladies of this committee for lIhe pleas-Q o isi ,..
GBef Tran.rt on, Rio J t .t Aaron Levy; council. Mrs. T. xt- ure and brightness they have contrib- ------ --
HolliutaM B ss. Williams. 171i, *Slhckleford. Mtrs. D. R. Cox, .M \s. ,'. ted to our meetings throughout th H ilde, Br Wlis I Lewis. Mr-s. Crobey Dawkins. M1isa year ,- tt iep,-e. ,,f t- -tin
Dakar to South Atlantic Steamship E. Lewis. Mrs. Croroey Dawkin. Miss year. u he i- Prdent.
,Co. Ma lw The duly of the second onmmlnitl( t.1 -taii. 11'.- h-iri;, wXill b.
i Vitaa, Span ss,.Arroteugmit, 198&0, t'p reiri g president. Mrs. T. M1. has been to presen\ to th, club :it ,',1byl,, 'r iI ,..n-.*-
Liverpool, to Gulf Tra'nsit Co. Shai-k-tord. uife of the honored each meeting paper relating ,,o m, A .l F. E o. lraw r.. M.
eagl|. chief jmmstice of Florida, has given department of Swork of the v Ttaladc-Oiver Jernagan.
Niobe, Ital ship, Bozzo, 1482, Monte. i'ro la iht e .years to able and coi- ration. It seemed essential kin ,'en,-izi,. -. OIver Jemnaan. .. TI
video to Ro asco Bros. scientions work in the club. a;nd goe< before t.s the object for whb v. CREW NOTIE.o. L Lappingto w
Maja, Ner ship. Arnesen, 990. ou. nildstl the sincerely expressed re- were federated and to famiiiarizeC ou,- NiRt rO th- Eapt,,. oner. Lep Mayr,J.
Buens Aywes to A. Zeltus. 'grits of thet entire membe -ship. A shelves with the subjects tha: are do- nor (lonsigle,.s .r Ir,. ihritish T. A. Jennings, Ca
an (.xecultive officer she was faithful, manding the attention and deep coil- TOl._ibt ip- lr ..t. c ,,t'.t-
Aberdeen to orer.e, eol a precialive, atnd spent ern of thhe women of every state of b.v- tecre, ewel ,lt -,.c.
A ber ee tnNo rder s acteestsco rt ous anNFd
Dark. Ihetself mitiri-gly in the interests of the Union. To this end. then. wt-e hive i. ,-,:.-,: WE DO AG NE
Ocean, Rta bk, Erikmsen. 1239, Rio he iwrk hich devolved upon ter. introduced this innovation. F1-om ti, JOHIN A.t MI~lRITT '- .' I
Ja~neiro to A. Ziltus. The metly-elected president, Mrs beginning strictly a hbsil-ess crhit. t __
Reontraat. Nor bk. Rostrup, 13 Cha4. Cav, will undoubtedlyy pro-v( .had never atft'emted anything of a CREW NOTICE.
Puerto Cabelo to A. Zelius. woi'.ty .ucc.--,orl to Mrs. Sha.-klo-fotd. literary nature. and at first solle of N-itier i.- ';l.ti::. rI'.|
Nordlyset, Nor bk, Christensen, as sh t- s noted in' th11 cll' i for cn-rg. us were inclined to say. I can'l. ]tI i, ip ',., .:Ii -
1464 Buenos Ayres to mathusiasntI ( ..l ,,' ,Ii ooti r'tnll.t have justitied, Ihe ex:;w iinlamlr. lE, f r C,;: ,,t.,,c-. t ],. I
1464. Buenoos A-n'~res m ater...,judgment. and plenty of d'etertnina:io IvThe tel Iapl rs read befot-e e L".... '- w
Havana to master. 14 o arrv out work once betiin. The ifo our- consideration and improve- (jt',F ',. tLettis.
Havana to master. .iofficereire.coiditlNmeathave
Gavarone Fratelli. !al 1k. Riltor-e. :o tirS-t als i)y lie (tll y, ad -. lion. and a gasp of the oughtful :'e' a-
14S3. Genoa to master. C'a a-t"i .t 'd the office of r'-idert int know that we have been hen sab-t. It'
a. i111t' 1t the suo'-i- o.-,.d eraxit .-- and I aphprecate the work asv beeniltft ___________________-_____________________
A swelllineof Meerschaum r i r ,, ue toward our furturee developk a in ll.
and Briar Pipes just received d a, a .' of the ,'tii-in tri- lit(era,. way. i
and a.,arutr e v e f..o io%%s: ThE p*I of your revr, g i Every i 'edid-e Advertis-
at Imperial Cigar Stores. President's Address. known to bhe the kindergarten and din Tper F Sale
|-, f ust onT e m,;ie exp.f- .;re. i my t-riiirn d<
e mr C iirullt;ial -Ieciio'n of ilte '(lui wa- t to lhel committee and the club t'or.- h at CRYSTAL PARACY
eople om the ifc 'rly lid it i,. It hen th'e grand ork they ha.( doe or ,
*lorilda Flcdc.-auion of mimn-,'s Club dear litt, childre- of Tallaimas-ec. lI
Public-. *e ,,lind the linii of in<' -onvent ci[on can only say that you will fimd youlir t
I!';lC .Die n a t, A"'o (,e'r. n wa:- rewa:',i in !u fl nwre e'itipen.s. Tin". ini-
P l'cE, ic-i 10 to oil! ,tu .nna' prove i-.,a,,. in ,i, sre!is is lyiL causth,. SECRET SOCIETIES.
------_ -----l______,, to. rha nionh, t hau th.- for t'joicin g to it a.l. nO less. 1 trl"l,,-
t,,.Jy 1\" ,'1c-e',' i offi t-r's nligd tK'.j i' t tO the vi iole ('citliunt y-. C & A M
sistant district attorney of Sian Fra.n- \, e':" work ih contjtnc:mon witn \\We hare lije. ned to the remorit of i" .: . ,r c.t- In
tisteo who ist e prosecutintey Boss .M,-hi i Wt'h- .,etotet,,. "iiml .xi "iains why h, n-oia! connitee with bowe TL !.
Ruef for alleged bribery, nad., a .,- "l' *A' '.! ,'*1 ":'It"--m M:.. a1 \Vt ~ds ;i ha,'.cd \i's .yi('tuO. wod11 tYl ; ttha- i' i,.- ':(.... :'n i,',. D designated D.
ora for himself as a ma n o: hi.s \'(o' tii (11, '" il' [ifi! I|Hh An et ec- od .;<. ov,,-: i s <..-,n we It 3\,' C.:W'ai411' h"s.-..'W11 .I<.1-;- 1,. V.. t O- .
some years ago in the somitlw,,s i nc.t ls'- i-, auo.- a 1;.n e,)-1. ill nl<*t t.t...'hW t o, s we havrsi e.;snt aiV.cU .. w. .' .<" .' .'".
w h e n th a t s e c tio n o f t h e c o nt u i wit ilA- .n 1-s il l- a rc to ni l,\; ..l m inl 0 i't e el!ti.. f. ch i-e' o (- I w e l.ov d. .;.,- 'i Pet w -
not as civilized and law-abiding ;a ir .- that i ca( cloo' m1- s. !"n-v Cal'. C:riwford. ane itin;
is today. il C ,n .i t'iiable, pridt. .>e al t I h ie im ..: t:'ib: te .we -oit(i pii; hh r F. &. A. M.
I ': '-I ,^ 'a*" 'hll i- Th i ttin mi on i. Oi noi t e o orthix of a lie.- i; l ,Ne ,n. i ,,, .' ci-
'Fredetrick \V ('ati'pnti n -. e, r ar, t a '* Ili.-'d it- if i, tt:.s li in r' V i,' t t. O" ., .. o'-:.c l 7- ,* k.
to Pi'.-sidI"r.l-,lce. T:;'. i- ', -.' ,l ; ,-cr- fl ,' '. "''* : im llm''ttte ti n ;, i .- .. \,C ,i. l ai.I , s i,-i.,, iel,, '-x\aml, ,e o;in \c, i , .. -. ,'-. -l.- .... ,';";;- T HT CI I'1' L I
he slatt'U for sh.l .i-ll iiunm io"lail j>>.t ,,! ec ,mt c,-t at ef1; c a t,,; : t!""l' a.lah;.--, ,. tf:,iiahrtii sfi-h .,, ri ,(! mcat'y i t I) sar'd i- ,, ,,-,i **w;-r < 11'. iTiSe.N
set-reta -ry to il t- ;ter. itle ; ... 31 a -.. (Co c- Te \V\'<'t-tnn. .1 nle r,', u- ;! .\; r. .A t.:'- s.,id ( tf iI- WO- i-" ti l-l. i' l t\. oM'
4. M1tr. (Cam-l'e :ttc- i- is ;a C(';il;f otli:ui *t l1 1 1- fo:" w.w 1 tl4 i. '1141 'w i"e it a i .inL ofi : c il. --1 -hal i,.- :o!d a i. i. i*. i , ,,,-. -"
chief was *.n v.rii of :.i'. "i' '-I :i, i,:iw fc ,r \- t'e r'- i,;;ltt:m. hne a(; >*.,' .ohn O :n" t ct heo! ORDER EASTERN STAR. A Goeneral Bankian Busam
"in e' Islauds. h (tin f.. -'v eM *. ,','. **>* e, t 'rn l y t,.,;-, ,t i ,.n-t],. :4 i ,' -e/i, i at: im iulr words A-d.s.'r. N ,.-9 ,, -
pimP' l.-lalls. -f ml'lt't ltl ,mmtttm'. :i;i these : --ot:. i.xfpre.- uite li- ,.e thla- ,vou will nl- : I T i "I --s:i, -. .N,.,in,-:
S John Hay)s laummotod. \whio has he i-' arc' wri t n o;- ti ,.* t .nds and h ai s l r: r c ut-a a; d t id p I;e new i e:.-ipl'ent i, ,' ",.,",,. \iri Corre pondae@c Soliclite .
mentioned as a pIssi-ifl, liintlieri- ot t hte \voun President-elect Taftis ,.aie,:' ;; $t -r.--- fe pioti( ie.ncy thdL was no; ac- ple;-c-i:ti(-n. I :hank \oc each one. NI .1 [. F',\\v-i:R ,

000 per amninum. is i-at 'd a-; ai otti the c iniC CLifl tle ool of1 te:aduclc- --- R-- w'emulL -Nttiii.'-. t S. -Ir --\vM,~e, M
foremost mining Oxpetiiih.: -ito wot-ld (d i- Th,- N -am-tito gotv'-.t t~lli~u LI- W. SHACKLEF'.I.'ltin Sc" I old] .-'
nn ou. cnuted to rc-vivc .1 :t-.,% I-eti a- d -e l re Ii- t-. iev ]1c-; ,I-At. I_ _'-c

ary of $l,000.0w0. 1 t'.) i) If led: they hlarn to car.' fo:
-, i'ii"IU honii .;l housekeeping a- weii .d ,
Rev. Dr. Newtll Dii" h ll!-. ,,e ;, .'-:" (,ti\ ; t x "I-itrn tial ci<:
Plymouth ('-}in.r'-h. Brookly i. :- !ta i- l :;,:.! l;mwm- c- f the !inIt <-h ild:- t i
his congregation for an ;;ti-i~i;- ";: ,' C C :-:.1 .o ;.1( nllio 'lr.s ,),m-
the work of ilic pari-ih. ,, ;ic.i it c ; -.- ;7i(,\ i --; thIei '-ti i ;i ( ;7 tl'F
will hav',, iith> 1 to t o *ci tI-.' 1,'! 1; t ml- util iiu ittm tl ur the s:!i --s w* \y
platform to> .aise ;it, $ -,.nsC I -ii :- .. ,:o- -ic\ e-:an-mii;m, ---.s a;il
neeJede i to t onitpl ete t .1 2! ,' ..- m:, i tr tleh o' I ta0n -o (-alan .ii,
moral ilans. I t .,'i; I' ;, owi y;.a;-d and a'irroi-nd- i
-- i- -. 'h.- :- ,.iI. i, K(e chin-;3-t, om| '
Se. .'- &n lt t-ndal!. inwhoe ,:.- ..-.. .- a ,n n itom', T ,-'hey l-.a! n ihin:t the
awarded :it h w,,n --it-sr .,..tnia, No .-. C :i.: t i:'t s. co',)ed wih a
man 1V. Harris ,,lr-e in :h-1 t'hi e a, -) o;ind n;ni d .ndl a cl -an" ( o1 5-.. .a.- it"
art exhibit, is well knoVwn. 11, i- thi: 1 ti world i-.ids to n :,. T; ,et-
a frequent winner in ,h- e.xhii l. of :,.: ". i ;t "ro i h (l .
the Fine Art in Philadltn. h.a j -ii.. i n !gi-thlative wo- k
Mrs. Ru.s-. ll Sage * pu,.C _asd j f 'iO e o, jt ict of the pu lli.t welfare
a house and lot at Sag as-'.bo:.. .. I \i h i'ti as ;he:" owl-i 'hi.- I" 1
opposite her summater hont. 0to IIe te.tll n'I t e tl "art wo aini -fro
as a site for a memorial ii:a... l' o aind ley once lihed "o do. a.d
0 1 i a- ;ney once !i:;ed :o dio, and

Stuart's Id and Juniper is the '-' o nt-ile'dte lth
Sst reMetli e reey known-for kid- c.:-i :' ..i;,.,i.s. o, -i the t : half or
Ppy ani d flr{l t-ih. '" "I *' 'I '.ITld Tihey- a:-. alsc beginning
Spl Y ny a rub. o .ici.ncaledg ;h;c club : a: inszi-
A lot old nwspa 'io' f- ic advan-men. It m-L
A lot of old newspa 1rs. k, so. for it has been said that *he
tied up in neat bundles for woman ieniund the urn has more
p neat lepower ;han the man behind the g.n;
sale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour- 'teIn if a number of these powerful:
Sna creatures jola together for public good
'0 n alvffi- -t musz. naturally follow that somebody
Subscribe for The J alor somerhine is benefitted.
Subscribe for The Journal. \- a. gi-aiy rejoiced that even

A Sure-enough Knocker.
J. C. Goodwin. of Reidsville-. N. C..
says: "R ckleu'. Arnica Salte. i
i.sni'-oniam; m' kno(ke-r for l ulceos. % )ad
Irtl - ear onl m%4~ r I(,:-- 1- 1 t ...,. .

iiia: w onde i '! nC LI n .1 .N. A N I D R V .
!ae wotlidlt.. N n -tS i:- k: i .bABE DANIELS. President. Pensacola
Snain t -aranit e lor t il-s. .-e' a DIREC TORS
Ib''irns. u.' 25". tr a' dritgis. DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH. IREC TORS:
I Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughter* of :
In a I;ain of sire-t niid. equal :o ; Rebekah meets every Monday night at; J. J. HOOTON. B. 1. CART L. 3. REEVES, rT. M. WELL
cub e' e .rhi O ('! ide-. ua a~ { 3 ~o' ~ -ck at .O. F. hall Visiting.
cin.e (f e.irt wit side, of ajouIt I sisters cordially invited to be present. W. A. DALEMBERTE J. S. REEBE. W. DeC. R-T.WR
qua-re- of atin t-ri tie:,. 'h--re ar.-, REBECCA JOHNSON, N. G.
enouwlh ;.)ac-'eria if pac(.td in a lin.- I POLLY DARLINGTON. A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ships' Disburse,
sid- b .ide'. To (Ov'-v-" f _. f--et. I Secretary. I antt given Special Attention.
Aon early snow storm in ,1 avaA Di C
aint, trees in aafeull lea'f. an uEC T O RY KNOWLES BROS. Pensacola, St. Andrews an
nhs e re urok- ,ina ona- Insurance Gulf Stea h ipCo.
I E NGeneral Aesnts 40 W C. BARROw. Massr..
So 4 7T.'t it ntew inma. s D. Ch. W The Equitable "rST CLA.AS PASsEN.s
uso_.ed at- ,,If yo. Dr. Chas. W. Fami, LIFE ASSURANCISOCIrTY OF NEW a .uHL- SERVICE.
issiled durzing- aio year. If .,,didn4 DntsYORK..PE mOIDILetw ALn--
.- youIt' sen. a al oo th-- s.-- Charges Moderate. w 2A2- l5..AenCA FR ABELLE. oST. AN-
remary of l.e t .-asury. -:i .oihJ o Office. Masonic Bldg. Next to Dr. Welch's, E - t* MILLVILLEw
then hear from hint in abour. viwe -- -- o TAnd a& Point enSt. AndrewsBay. Cap
dav.. \ eih co timotoilv. inly fi:miv T. G. YATES, M. D. SOUTHERN BRICK CO. a A..lo an MAcssi.''
-Loa Angeles Exprtrss. Opticman. f i rSCHEDULE:
-Lo A es pr410 Blount Building. *UILDINe AND vIri BIICK. Laves Pensa-la Sunday, 810 1 I
After calculating the numuer: ot Twenty ears experience as as n ye; lo* 412 Thiwa SelMdieng
states g _ven for each candidate by his ***mrn. xa le we Rhone 5wo 7 ennm ea. utr S AnSdS rews, 1 1'1 a
chairman, the observant foreigaer wi! DR. J. B. T ILLER, ee ad iStermeiate pee.
conclude -hat there are about ninety- Read The ourna W toal InfoermatI
Twoe sm in Thc A.merican rp'Hic.- DENTIST. ead The Journals Want MORRWS.
A'laula Journal, I 110 Blount BulEdina hone L iColumns this morning. o*nr. Ft, ,nd Pa. A. P..
*ui~n ^hn~

Volunteer Veteran i' -";is Associa- c T he
tions meets at Kniaii.- of Columbum s
Hall the tirst Frida-, in -ac. muonteh
a t 7 : .3 t p t.

2ht, Better
and true. Merchants
ar than last should
to the store that ha

ork better and cheap
icy. We want to talk

24 and 27 E. Garden

s who wiat
have better
s the most

er than any
to you about

i Street.



national Bank, please accept
to become one. Our relation
ble. More than twert
ig business in Pensacola ha
siness affairs and condition'

national Ba

Pensacola. Florida.
pository of the United Sta
W. K. Myer, Jr., Vle- Preldeat and
ashler. W. N. Reberta, Ass't. Cas
A. Baont, W. H. KInewee, W. K. Hyw
Knowles Hyew.



this as
ins will
s given
ns that


w, Jft en

Bank & Trust Co.
capital, $200,000.00
Vi*e-Preidet and Ga be,

L. Roch,
oas. F. West.
. L. Mor.,
R. Shwmakesr,
rl H. Jernagan,

J. R. Jennings,
W. C. Dowerry,
SJ. H. Pace.
J. A. Wright,




upon the disappointments of yesterday,
but nourish ourselves upon the iope of to-
morrow. Place your small earnings or at
lestt a part In our savings Department
and it will give you a relish for the far-
tune that awaits you. Begin saving to-
day. 9

pository of the United States.
. a Cark. Jno. Pfeiffer. J. W. AndMr
& Cashier. AMt. Cashier. AMt CaSM


m Conducted en a Safe

and Conoorvajo'v

R. M. Bushnell. Cashl r.

'Prcaidait. Cashier.

Assistuat C&Bhier.

Peoples National Bank c



- ,-- i r *-

a Q

N OVEMBER 17, 1903.



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