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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
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Publication Date: 11 18, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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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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VOL. XI.--NO. 277. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1908. PRICE, 5 C
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FAMOUS LOOKOUT THE EMPEROB SCHOONER ALTON WAS ANOTHER DIVI(

INN WAS BURNED HA YIE s TO RECEIVE $25,000.00 TWO LARGE C

uileing With All Its Con- This is Amount as Stated by Climax Reached in
tents Destroyed by Fire H One Witness in Trial of
Yesterday. L n11I Captain Daly. Florida Peonage Cases

By Associated Press. was to the effect that the labor!
DEAL TO SELL f AD WA Announces He Will Hence- MALiY WITNERSES xe Yor.^ .Te climax sere sento ridato t rkl rthc
JUST BEEN CLOSED forth Conform to Consti- AGAINST MASTER w rea road sthlle peon eeas o tou rnRderyad d lfe.rJude
day. when Judge Hough threatened Hough declared that the conspiracy
tutional Methods. to instruct the jury to bring in a ver- charged had not been proven. Th
It Had Been Visited Durin Crew That ent From Pen- dit of acquittal for the fonr men defense made a motion to have the
.IhatWent rom charged with having conspired to jury intsructed to bring in a verdict
Rach Season by Persons of HAD INTERVIEW sacola C im They Shipped have laborers sent to Miami and of not guilty on the ground that the
ac ea n y the lief Officers, HAD INTERVIEWother lace among the railroad line in charge of conspiracy had not been
Note, From All Over the CHANCELLOR For b dor, and This is a state of slavery, proven. Judge Hough allowed the
ho Are Agai Question- WITH CHANCELLOR . A score or more of witnesses were prosecution until tomorrow to show
World Pronounced .- ing Mrs. Koh in Eort Borne by Commission- called today, and while their testimony why the motion should not be granted.
_i, hag Mrs..Kohn in Effort e-- s rI
Prince Henry of Russia, to Aeoin Wh Were A her's Rec ds-Preliminary
Be the Most Ideal Spot He to Who Were At Its ConclusionHeStated Trial o Conspiracy to
vBe the Most Ideal Spot He in the Plot to Take Attor- That in Future He Will rl Co in spton. AUTo HV W MAN
Ever Visited. ney'sLife Not Act Except Through Smuggle, is on in Boston. A U L E WAS

ey Assocated Press. By AssociateE Press. the ChancellorS and ecaltc TheoH. Au l 1 1
Chattanooga, Nov. 17.-The famous San Francisco, Nov. 17.-In the et- sociate Ministers in Con- Boston, Mas.., Nov. *.-The case L I
old Lookout Inn, on the crest of fort to establish more clearly the mo- of Captain Hwrvey C. Daly, of the
Lookout mountain, was burned to the tive of Morris Haas, the rejected trial ducting the Policies of schooner Fred e W. Alton, now held W A IML
all ts contents, alsfourcottgein juror who shotand seriously wound- Germany-A Freer Gov- at Pensacola, he Is alleged by the
close proximity to the hoteL The ed Prosecutor Franeiq J. Heney last United States uthor ties to have at-
owners, Mosers. Jung & Shamotulski, Friday, t^e police have renewed their United States, d Philip M. Spring-
stated that a del had just been con- examination of Mrs. Miriam Kohn, the er, who is ch d with coaNsppracy iI
serty for a te sale oo the Inr proa friend and neighbor to *nomn Haas By Associated Press. with Capt. Inh the matter, were
d but for the Iation the .would confided his lIteation of killing the Berlin, Nov. 17.-Forced by *the before United states Commissioner
have bee closed today. Therewo o er who had exposed hi criminal angry tide of popular feeling thac Hayes in the ueeral building today Tire Exploded When the Mrs. Chick Stahl, Widow of
~Ite bee an ced tony Therhotel wanatlet reord.er swept the empire from end to end, to answer the ge.
t $ 00 lsurance on the hotel and at length regarding her mpor William today iee o the Half a dozemmbers of the crew Car Was Racing at a 60 Famous Ball Player, Is
it furniabilts. The Inelae power various conversations with the su-nation and promised henceforth to of the Alton ere witnesses. They
tie t fwasl bafyt dawusd, and a tres- cide, Mrs. Kohn stated that Haas had conform himself to co tutional found out aft they had joined the Mile Clip, and He Was Found Dead in Doorway
ftle on the ta le tinSlu was ablaze several times threatened tnicide, and methods in ondctin the oies vessel in Bost in September. osten- ured to s oo -An- in Boston-
for a thasderabe tistea announced that he would take another methods in eondueting the policies o sibly fbr a fis nq trip to Labrador, Hurled to His Doom-An- m Boston-$2,000 Worth
mostfrom t top o the base of occasion declared, sheaid, that The climax of public utterances of thvssl nd ae other Seriously Injured. of Jewelry Missing.
LOokout mountain along the line of he was going to kill his wife and their the emperor was reached in an inter- It .was discover by them that there
the 4fnelne. and a force of men are four children. At all times Mrs. view which he gave to an Englishman was no fish tackle @n board and
fightlam It t prevent Its spread to the Kohn testified, she attempted to dis- and which was published in the Lon- bes it wa armed tat there was y Asscated Prs. By Assctated P
tttnber and the many cottages which suade *him from his homicidal pur- don Daily Telegraph of October 28. besides t -of lum aboard, which was Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 17.-While Boston,
dot the rlope the mountain. The poes. As an outcome of this the whole coun- supposed to be er6 for the purpose making a strong dash in the effort to well dressed woman found in a door-
fire started the south wing of the One of the questions asked was as try was aroused. The Reichstag en- of building ments between lower the 24-hour record on the Fair way in this city last night was poi-
hotel, but the exact caue has not yet follows: dorsed the attitude of many of its decks, which th inary fhing ves-r reco o e tvely denied today by her father
been ascertained. "Did Haas ever say that anybody prominent members when they de- sels do not pro for fish. Grounds' one-mile track here this that of Mr. Julia Harmon tah
The totel -was completed In 1889 at was encouraging or advising him to bounced the sovereign and Chancellor Capt. Daly, w the vessel lay off morning at 2:40 o'clock, the Renault .T2 years old. the widow of "Chick"
a cast of $150.000 and contained about kill Mr. Heney?" von Buelow, while he attempted to Vera Cruz, is saa have bee ashore car 'being driven by Emile Stricker, Stahl, the Boston American League
four hundred room. To this Mrs. Kohn replied: smooth away the affair, undertook to for some time. I0s sat that the well known automobilist, who had baseball player and captain, who corn-
.1Uao succeel4gw aaton it has beeu Not. not in the least, He said in communicate to His Majest a Springer was in at ut the mitted suicide at West Baden, Ind.,
vaitAed by Pqrseos of note Irom-all an off-hand a-anner. ;however: 'I straightforward and unvarnished ktate- same time. he y C Daly just a little while previously relieved in March, 1907. It is said that Mrs.
ori the word. Price Henry of Pntr s t people and they say they are ment of how the German people view- returned to the he led for Lewis Strang, was smashed and Sta-Al left her hoIe last evening wear
i al,.~o it the mast SLa p6t. f or ne and they feel that e ed his intervention in affairs of state. Pensacola, Fla., ,a w made Stricker was almost instantly killed, ing jewelry valued at $2000, all of
3W Vi a Ae ggtt 'to be S-e and all.that. They An interview between the empneror a demand for had and Leo Barrows, a Birmingham which, with the exception e,a gol4~
san i aAliats a -y it ao words, but ac- nd the imperial chancellor took place .not ien pm te etd b and A weddlag riga
R"^^^^ *i f4 ntb1 6.ew paisoe utilats1iImhI / - was ";u bul th abo whe
gT i law into their own ind-.'" *peror made a formal promise to his I The first witne A as CaptL seriously though not fatally injured. In seeking to account for tbh loss
SII I t is expected that the reamination people that in future he will not act John Trainer, owr of \ibe Alton. The accident was witnessed by a of Mrs. Stah's jewelry and her pres-
begun by the police. will be taken up except throughthe chancellor and his When asked what\te vessel was fairly good crowd for that time of the ence in the rather poor neighborhood
S| by Special Agent W. J. Burns of the associate ministers. chartered for, he r ed: inight. 'Iue attempt to lower the 24- in which her body was found, the po.
district attorney's office, ]i is now certain in the minds of "Captain Daly e as going -our record began last night about g lice sought a man who was seen with 4
Honey's Condiion. the German people that a great step to make a'trip toabror to fish o'clock. The track was poorly light- Mrs. Stahl just before she entered tie
Today Mr. Heney was resting easily has been taken toward a freer govern- and also to buy sI" e d. Strang left the track at 12:43 a. hall in which she died. This man is -
at the Lane Hospital. where he yes- ment. Charles F. Webb. a 4ip broker, m., and Stricker began making ter- believed to have helped her Into the
terday was -ubjected to ain operation testified that hia firm ch rtered the riice time right at the start, being doorway, but was not seen to leave
for removal of the bullet from his Alton to CaptainW Daly. ie charter within seven miles of the record on the house.
___ead. During the night he slept sound- Irate was $2.O0. The carter ex- the first hour. UP to the time that relatives of
ly and his pulse., respiration and tem- tended five months. It w executed Mrs. Stahl noticed the absence of her
Boys Were Foully Murdered perature were about normal. Up to CON C S SET on July 27 of this year, an there was 60 Miles an Hour. jew-lry, the police had believed ti e ]
this time no symptoms regarded as a provision to extend the carter r for The car was traveling at the rate case to be one of heart disease, but
Indicative of blood poison or oth.r- r three months If demandedof ti miles in hour when file acci- with the advent of robbery as a po 1
For a Small Amount wise dangerous have been noted by The defendant, Mr. Sp ger. tre dent happened on the west end of the sible motive. the case appeared to be 1
the physicians. witness said, first paid $c5 of the track. One tire exploded as the carione of murder. Marks wer- found on ]
Of Money. In Judge Lawler's court, the prose- | | charter money, and later 4he paid dashed arouinl the curve, followed by the woman's throat, but it is not 1
caution, strengthened since the shoot- $225 another explosion. The ar doubled thought these had anything to do with 1
ing of Mr. Heney, by the services otf T Freeman C. Hardy, secrecy of t in the air and circled for several min-, her death. 1
three volunteers from the law ranks Fishing Masters' associated of Bos- utes. I
New Orleas. Nov. 17.-News reae.- of tCe city, will present their answer ton told of the defendant efforts Stricker was found lying on tge MISSIONARIES MEET.
ed New Orleans today of the finding to Ruef's motion for a change of to get him to join in the ltion. track face downward. The injured Philadelphia. Nov 17-Delegates
&r the body of Clarence Pierre, a ten- venue for his trial on a charge of He testified t1nat the sums $15.000 men were picked nupand hurried to- from the dioceses within the states of
year-old boy, on the Waterford plant- bribery. for the trip to Newfoun dw for wards the city, but Stricker was dead Pennsylvania. Delaware, Maryland,
action in St. Charles Parish late yester- EDUCATIONAL CONGRE As a hinaen or $25.000 for t trip to before medical aid could be given. Virgina and West Virgina are here to-
day. The head had been early sev- U T CO SS. A a lt eight Mexico for the same pu were Stricker was a German, being a na- day at the initial meeting of the Third
Pred from the body. which had been Walla Walla, Wa-h.. Nov. 17.-An Fifty n Plot Were Burned mentioned to him as his re and tire of Alsace-l.orraine. For the past Missionary department of the Episco.
thrown Into a ditc-h. Clutched in a educational congress which has at- that of another person who e was four years he has been living in: pal church. Bishops and clergymen
rice-like grip in his right hand was a tracted delegates from all over Wash- to Death, One is Missing, to get to manage the ves The France Stricker was a tosom friend of national prominence will address
flive-cent piece, which he. apparently. Ington, Oregon and Idaho was open- money, the witner ss said, a r.omis- of Lewis Strang, and came here with the conference, which wll continue
had managed to conceal fro:u his as- ed here today, under the auspices (i and the Remaining Forty- ed to be paid after the sc er re hint to assist in lowering the 24-hour through tomorrow.
sassin. Whitman college. Addresses will be One A Safelrned and safely landed argo record'
The boy had been paid his weekly made by prominent edueatore and lit- bTne AreS aey Locked m of Chinamen. Emile Stricker was entered as the'
wages during the afternoon and was erary men from many parts of the Tail. Ernest B. Grant, s ng (m^ i n of the National Car in the eeooe* e o* e***
murdered w-ile on his way home. A country. "- sioner of Boston. testified |t he Grand Prize Automobile laces at Sa--f
pose with bloodhounds last night fol- B A cited Pre. hipped the crew of the schaler Al- vannah on T"anksziving day. Lewis +* IF CONDITIONS JUSTIFY,
lowed the trail to the edge of the Mis- Birmingham, Nov. 17.-Fifty state ton captain Daly, the witn sai Strang. who is also entered in the MAY BE A CANDIDATE -
sisllppi river, where it was lost. ***** **..*. convicts, employed in the mines at toldhi. e wtas i 8n totrado grand prize races as a Tlriver of a -----
Only a few miles away another ne- Pratt City, formed a conspiracy last fishing.a The witness said that ptai rh French Renault. won the Savannah: 4 By Associated Press. 1 t
gro boy who had just received his $300,000 COTTON FIRE night to set fire to mine No. 3' ant! "Daly also said he had a right go to trophy Min the Chassis race of last San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 17. f
wages was murdered while on his way AT INDIANOLA, MISS. escape during the confusion. As a re- "any port in the world th ma Mr.- te ay omB'steP .ut g fhmeb doe ihrudbtotcntdre wr
AC C R a ss sult eight of them were burned to eThm pa pdued by sli Body to New York. I atantanttcondition Teahsea nar-
VACUUM CLEANER SALE. Indiancla. Miss. Nove 17.- *death, one is rising and the other ping commissioner conflrme~ the William H. Pickens. who was inter- for the presidency four years r
w o.* mThe plant of the Indcanola frTone are safely locknied up. statement. ested in the twenty-four hour auto- 4 hence.' said W. J. Bryan, as e
New York. Nov. 17.-The New Compress and Warehouse com- The coup was tcunningly planned The -case was adjourned g1 to- mobile record, race, is making arrange-; he started on a duck dc unt to- s
York property of the Vacuum Cleaner pany and several adjoining 9 and daringly executed. A lot of tim- morrow morning. ments to -av, the body of Emile day.
company, including fire-proof build- buildings were destroyed by ber lying in the manway was ignited m m S tricker sent to New York for inter- i a
Ing and garage in East Forty-second 4 fire today. The loss will prob- and the the convicts hoped when at- NATHAN STRAUS HONO D. nert He announced that SSrrang ter-*** *..** i
street, and office equipment, wagons ably exceed $300.000 with com- tention had been attracted by the -- would leave here as soon a l ar
and automobiles, will be 0ld at pub- j paratively small insurance. A 4 flames they could make their way Paris, Nov. 17.-Nathan S s or would ranvemenre as t o Stricaer ha been ar-
lic auction today. This sale precedes 9 large quantity of cotton was 9 through the mine and escape by the New York. ha- been awarded gold randen ina to Savannah where hee
the receiver's gale of the big factory 9 destroyed. main entrance. Forty of the men medal and diploma by t. e eral nrad.l ; gain to Savannah. hn-.ire heaW h l g r W Fo
of the company at Plainfleld. N. J., were caught as they emerged from the Hygienic exposition 'eld in t city il rare for hinreds of ra eopl n aren-
Which is set for tomorrow. ** * * 4, entrance. It is not known whether der the auspes.o the n o an da ound Bone and B
the missing man ectcaped or was kill: labor and the Soclet, for the sour agcidnt hap goned to look at the Bo ne and fi
ed. The fire did little damage to the agement of Progress. wrel:ri c-a Tne "dachin' t not so
U?7 A A l AI^ #- ^ A^ SM ^ Sf,, mine. ------ badly smasth-d as was ar first thought.


United States Court Monday

By Associated Press. announcement was made tonight.
New Orleans, La.. Nov. 16.-William Shortly after lIaving for Honduras
A. Adler. formerly president of the last December. Adler was indicted on
I, StateNao n.a .. .B k Of seventy-four different counts for mis-
no defunct State Natonal Bank of aplyine the funds of the bank. He
New Orklans. will be arraigned in the recently returned from Honduras and
United States court next Monday. This surrendered to the federal authorities.

Frenchmen Alarmed Because


Of the German Ballonists


By Assocated Press
Paris. Nov. 17.-A morning, paper
states that the FPrench government is
alrmied ati the increasing number of
ballton' muanaed by German officer.
-which :ave l,- u making descents l:-
Frauc rtecentl;l. and have been mak-


lig diplomatic .epresotatious to Ber-
lin OA this subject. Continuing the
paper says that the-e representations
so far have proved in vain and that
France is consIdering the question of
taking rigorous steps to stop what is
termed a veritablel peril"


99**49* 0 *. *40, 4,9 9
FORGGN WORK ER WILLREMAIN
FR IGU EO IN CHICAGO A FEW D EE
By, A associated Press, 9
C* hicago. Nov. 17.-Pe
Van Vlissingen, arrested yes C
W day and quickly sentenced
A prison for forgeries, which m-
reach $700,000, decided ted 9
to forego temporarily his -
By Associated Press. sire to begin immediately a
Chicago, Nov. 17.-Mi.stonary work ing his sentence. He wll 4 4Sy Associated res.A
in foreign lands occupied the atten-o main in Chicago for a h Chicago, Nov. 17.-Suit was f
ton of the first annual Catholic mIs-. time and !id in untanglin- 0 the governweat today for a fo1
sionary congress today. In the morn,'* business affairs, whi-c the C* of the works of art belonging 1
ing session the duty of church work- ceago Title and Trust Compa 9
ers for the social uplift f mankind assignee, wound in a snarl Jack Gardner, of Boston, and
waz considered-.. condition. So clever" were t g.ed into the United States b
Caring f or Homeless" was the sub. e forgeries of no-es and mor Emily Craze Chadbourne, of C
ject set down for the Rev. Timothy i gages the assignees were Mrs. Chaboure listed the
Dempster. founder of "Fatber emp-'. able to tell the genuine fr asnhoietao4e eoax and valued t
ster's Hotel," St. Louis. This was fol- # the spurious when they we eight thousand dollars. An ap
lowed by a discussion of "Truth So- 4 presented( by anxious hole has valued them at $22.411.
cieties and Their Influence" by Rev. any they had to be referred count of duty and the penalties
William F. McGinness. founder and the prisoner, the goods were seized should
president of the International Catho- Gardner choose to secure her
lie Truth Society of Brooklya, X N. Y. *4 4 4 4 4,4 ;' ty the totalexpense would be $


SION OF THE

ITY PRECINCTS

Four Precincts Made of No.


15, and Two of Pre-
cinct No. 12.


OFFICIAL CANVASS
OF BOND ELECTION

County Commissioners Met
and Tabulated Returns,
Which Show 223 Votes
For and 970 Against Bond.
ing County-Four Pre-
cincts Were Not Counted.

Precincts Nos. 12 and 15, whilc
were divided last year. four precincts
being made of each on account of t l.i
large number of voters residing ia
them, will again be cut up. four elvh.-
tion districts being made of the pres-.
eat No. 15 and two of No. 12. This
was decided upon last night by tLq
Board of County Commissioners, W'hel
they assembled for the purpose oti:
canvassing the official returns of (t-.'
special bond election of last Thurs.
day, which went overwhelmingly,
against he proposition to bond the
county for $200,000.
It was thought when the two large
precincts were divided a year ago that
the conditions existing there would be
remedied for a number of years, but
it was found in the general elect i that the two precincts were s wU badly
overcrowded, so last night it was dl-
cided to make four precincts of No.
1i and two of No. 12.
In precinct No. 15 the dividing lines
will be Garden street east and west,
and DeVillier street north and soui'i.
Chase street will be the dividing line
In precinct No. 12.
The Official Count.
TheI commissioners officially can-
vassed the returns of the bond elec-
tion, and declared the proposition to
boad the county to be defeated. The
vote 'was 223 for and 970 against bond-
ing. Precincts 2. 5, 2*&Wod 33 wexo
throw out, as the returns were sat
siig4 by the clerks d, Wscntmi-s.
as aequiredi by law. Theae uw-r pre-
sWcu WW M tow C for a"d 11
4Lat din.-The vote of tD%
aier preclt, vwas as follows:
Precincts. For. Against.
S.......... ........... 5 2:
I........... ......... ..,"

T ...... .......... .... 1 27
8 ..... ........ .. ... .. 47
10 ...... .......... .. 2 2S
1 ...... ........ .... 12 26
.2 ..... ....... ... IS 49
13 ...... ........ .... 23 fl
14 ...... ......... .... 24 S
S .... .. ..... ...... 15 171
h ....... ......... ..... 1 10
17 ... ... ..... ...... 2 :19
8 ...... ...... ...... s
19 ...... ...... ...... 9 3
10 ........ ..... .... 2 21
2 ............ ....... 4 26;
2 ........ ....... .... 11 :;2
23 ....... ......... ... 2 19
24 .... ............ ... 9 5
25 ........... ......... 0 2 5
7 ...... ....... ...... 19 45
2S ...... ..... .. ... 9 41
29 ... .. .... ..... 3 13
0 ........ ....... .... 22 12
!2 .... ...... ....... 7 25
3. ...... ........... .. 0 5:;
Total ...... .........223 970
TEXAS CLUBWOMEN.
San Angelo, Texas, Nov. 17.-The
aire--t and brainiest daughters of the
Lone Star state are assembled ia
forcee at San Angelo today, prepare, J
'or the feast of reason that will mark
he annual session of the Texas Fedl-
eration of Women's Clubs. Mrn. JoT-
eph B. Dibrell is president of the f, J-
eration and will preside at the srs-
ieons, which will continue through t.ie
next three days. San Angelo cluk-
women have provided numerous lav-
i.h entertainments for the delegate a.
-i
lund Whale

ears on Ice Floe


- By Assocated Press partially frozen into the body of 11.9
, San Francisco. Nov. 17.-Pleasant as ice. Every rifle on board was imme'.-
iwell as profitable was the discovery ately in requisition and five of t i
made by Captain Wing and the crew bears were killed before the othb'.-.i
of the steam whaler Karluk when escaped by plunging into the wat .
the vessel encountered an ice floe The crew of the Karluk succeeded in
upon which were 32 polar bears dining securing six thousands pounds of
off the carcass of a bow head whale bone from the whale's head.

Fairfax Declared a Lord, But


filed by Cannot Sit
rfeiture
to Mrs. By Assciat"e Pre
smug- London, Nov. 17.-The committee
y Mrs. on privileges of the house of lords
bicago. today approved the right of Albert
works Kirby Fairfax who is a native of Vir-
hem at ginia. and who has bees described as
praiser the ouly American bearing an Eng-
On ac- 'lisa title, to the rank and title ol
s after : Lord Fairfax of Cameron in the'Scet-
i Mrs. tish peerage.
proper- The committee heard evidence on
152.820. |this matter for two hours. J. A. Bar-


With That Body

rett, Lord Fairfa's attorney, preSt t.
ed the Fairfax fatlly bible a" mui tu
dodumeatary evidence to prwe hia
cieht's dOeaent. The at~qwyeaeral
for the government an tCe lord ad.
vacate at Scotland declared them,
elves as satioSed regarding the vala
Idity of the claim and Lord Alve r
stone, lord chief justice, aroaouac.-4
the decision of the committee. Th'i
decision does not give Lord FairfLa
a a sat la the haui of lorls.


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"ft *ii *...... ii-"-ATInsING OF ETHE DESCEND- New Andusii Forme in . .
To -z i 8b-- ANTS OP MRS. EVA D. PFEIFFER Diie- Dur the
hefty mmd d M. & to b ae I DivieftenE During the
e kimp use4 oef so am AT A ToME ON EAST GOV-
8issi ju 0 B sR IlT STREET LAST NIGHT. P W.rK. D .
doss-it buls t im s eMIMihsimyeiars
Mw te t tgfor yu a nl s b A very piessat surprise part was 5e -
i5 I .........M..i... g Ive ls D. Pfelfer at her Chattsooa Tea., Nov. 17.--
a nd 0 s.- -m ,ss b s@4 2 Ea Goifernmet ste rWith the entire country undergo tGr Stc
ia, grip, de. b t, the ev.Xt s menin the ~ee. a form of business readjustment, the
It rill- amelairt *i****-- epMe, bat&io *fat t=e 7 th birthday analver. Southern states are receiving their
-a--t ~. m .~ --i- ai, msmi am- Nry of this estimable lady. The par- share of itpetus caused by restored
... ty eonisted of her children, grand- conadence. In the iqsue of November
s$reaand gresi azrand-chi ldrena- d TA R TS TO-DAYs vr
pe m while posi Pitetr J. F. W, F hlaehairt, of the atges of brief items edcert large
__a M sames7 -W-. . Gean -LuthIran church was present concerns that have resumed business,
: .d delvere very a ate aad w r e.enlargd their plants oraI p n at 9 a. sharp. Been hand
W 1,t06. set us i-- ese r ay. A* eleAn t ipper was served, aml there are evidences that by the Mrst
"I elm 1e-W's miln 11p1 ltbo Mrs. Pfefer was the recipleat o tof the year the idastries of the D .o W ILL D O TH Ea W ORK OF
i^m-miil misibmhhesae my hnau se.presents as well as sonfat will be back In normal copl-
." 0. V. rY, M good wise-tra tahoe who had gath tion, with some lines even more act-
law. *a -ered to celebrate the event with her. ive than before the business depres-
,.. .de: eg tsG wtve et, o.oe. G.W. ROVES & CO., America's Greatest Bargain GIv
P" tira oa w In m go Pi tr, Mr. and Mm Go.Wbite, or_ The accompanying list, obtained W e VO AmeriCa s1
cb""Mi s llablif Meatels.I MrM. Holm e Mr. John Thompson from The Tradesman, gives' the more
ia emr 6m r., amd elster, Mrs J. F. Preiffer, Mrs. Important new Idustries established
EmlUe Pfelfer, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. In the South during the week ending
.... r- 'ey and fadty. a Mr.ad Mrs. C. today. It includes foundries, factor-
SHallmark aad my. Mr. and Mrs. H. o and mills in Alabama, lumber com-
alnm ea family, eMr. and Mrs. C panies In Arkansas, a investment
Pelfter, Mrs. Beaftra smelter and company In Florida, a cotton mill in
famdly, Mrs. Etta White and daugter, Georgia, a lumber company in Ken-A
FORES~T S*El IE3' Mr. "d3 1sT. T. B Thorsen Taal tucky, saw mill i .4misars wware-NILL 1h
O TaUghtl S S r -." -ad Mr.j. P.-W houses in Missouri, two hardware cow "
a, uehardt. Mr. and Mrs. Alken aj panes In North Carolina, bulg ad PROGRAM NOV. 18
son. mnd Mesva. Pitt. Carson, Wil- telephone companies in Oklahoma, two. .
llamas, Deet mad Louis Pfelffer. manufacturing plants in Tennessee,
m R d s Pfeier. three elect light plants in Texas IN The Mysterious Edna Company, Illusionists and Impaling Artists.
SrITS A CRIME lumber plants and warehouse com- The Great Morris, in juggling, eight and heavy balancing.
Bank in Trritoy Where be a T py i est a lumber Robert C. Million, a study in physical culture This act is a wonder
T e ; is Soldin NOW to allow osttpU, biliousness or The Tradesman's complete list for W shi t An later, Dieneck and Jackson in Musical Comedy.
w i-sany r lve- or bowel thble to conime, the week is as follows: Washington, Nov. 1D.o uAn interD- -a o i u i C
Rcive Money. Itis ete d Alaba tional riflematch of al Interest This is without a doubt he best ho ever offered the theatre-goin
Ssmay lead to a sie1s eh w se ase.e n. Gadsde-,000 pow company. will be srnot this winter the aus- of Pensacola at any price.
s~, No.w #1 m5 lately l esum r e r Stapleton--Can fn factory. ples of the Society a sltare Rile Four shows daily. Matinee Doors open at 4 p. m. First curtain, 4:
o s au n I1 wich. n, s t h .f the tomach, liver ls-oa-100,0 cotton mill. Clubs of Great Bri and the Na- Night Doors open at 7 p. m. First curtain, 7:15 p. m.
are to handle the daept the Unt aAl' d bowels Ork-$25,000 fertilizer factory. tonal Rifle Associatlo of America.
-d States nst srvlse after De* Sor adl mm deo by W. . Alexander City--40,000 lu-ber Each country e y Matinee Prices-Children, c; Adults, 1. Night: Children, 10;
comber,1111111iaswl orIt Ire^amNrtae. iMInI company. A..s. fifty ne who win at te shots 20c. Full change of p~ogian Tuesday.
thUe -adat o ithe Natinl me Ksf PalA t:testr ".. Pasd oapSArkann each at twenty-five y with a minl-
sts o Wa e.* Knoebe--410,00 land company. ature rise The ricans wUll
lo....t tX..'".t".*Astdown-Stavef act .... .doubtha use the .32 bre, as under
The designala o we er AT AaksTIT A Dermott-- w of the rifles is mlteo .23. which ----
to handle the ameyes rees taes rW*2 A-.AAA De Queen-$25,000 water works syas- ois_ actively u wu in this
Ing and for spe ilm oo 93 ar ..... Drdanellb--$2-.0,lumber cm- ed on what Is ko as a double
.resourcesIn th ams ---! t s:Is an owiELECTRICIAN LEBARONASKS
evationrces wa tbV esa t a t an0 1 -i W jm P Helen. _, ) A t o decimal target, wd is really two In cnnstlen wlth e
th e re eI h e . ... .. o. 1 5....-T h e M is s-F lo rida..ta re" e s D i n toe ach w ith a nORIMN
theN utureth e is P%1 Udto the.840 tedAt l es i.Wa y e a A s-Penaacola-t7,000 cold storage lck bull counk dting T b loncen Le ie s,
tei ofute tsbeerposithe" dwina e-Tegates to the plant. IncLEhPl nS fOgR POanLICEiMneEN r^l- rFI..
apareilttlofeamtletr of fro otsettO Saoyrmaking-Inc
\o,- ad stdtavmailbefor nchra- Athr. D aerWt "wys AsOoci- Jacksonville--100,000 Investment tal tci dl o r ofan ch m ToneesoeO WormT and all
whic it .....i ,GnaSe s-a nt a e e te TheseWould1BeMoreSatiS- a- r" a, saki
of the anMdi fm' weWtS a. n y. im oPanyei apany ung the each competi- ad. Aon and Radel F a
to a oapa CuO.M uactu 1 or One b will be sent factory Than the Pres- a. ...A.or as.. a
sboes. e- Wm mwe em- PFOR 000 lumber company, $10WO piano th eRISe clubs ,o l
,to serve C "s h, s a BIG ENEFIT Dawso-Telephone company. bearn'h of the latter.
Sdisrict Deeqarers o, O o tHawMasvillme-415,000 electric light sociation l1 a0 adfifty of
Service at DeverOeaA e hund plant the targets to Great Britain. BOARD OF SAFETY HEARD TrIlSV
begagerque, Missoula, Pertisan aap d leietst a et ef. T.Wbar o, is Eato-ton-Cotton,,,mill. Afterhe the two t on
San rnelseo. They are ha S tonws: pre~w or the beebt which is to WaYoroMr mill.After the the two sets ofxchan- RECOMMENDATION LAST NIGHT NOTICE OF RECE.
Western MeuthaU Natlemal bak. be givh for Orphans Home Kentucky. targets wandichang Te L R
Missoula. M tas. ]eadrte.rsof 1ua*ikt, and requests that Louisvlle-$150,000 lumber corn- ed to verify e access whichwill AND MAY ACT UPON IT AT A FU-U / sUIee, n ruace o
mIni 4lstrlct ,^ WImSgi,. amy lads o dre to assIst Is the pany. sent by ca- ULs estedin him, hereby
Lm districtNlaclUding. I Ite sde t assist. nt is c.le that this unique TURE MEETING--MARSHAL'S AC- b ill be nrlve
Wa ton, norther'Idaho, aritable or ertaken by the Louisiana. match will a tee-ornered air oock, m of No b
Wyi g and g nbourthwesterin Sot 1 FEbems w please. notify Elmer Ryvule-$25.000 saw mi. match will a e ..co.ered affairs f
Dakas. r tAt me secretae oty al.New O rleans-$300,000 land and that A alia will be drawn into TION IN NAMING OFFICER ETH- Was M rao all boting mahnery,
DIaketr. Noa n.WD0 te, le t ersearye by ofmuall. sw O-eay-. ln com. it The Brf h society has provided Was Moored at waagox n,
Denver Nautional bankDeaver. to ladies a &a be of much assist- pany. a handsome phy to be held for one RIDGE AS NIGHT CAPTAIN WAS Qnceo Indebtedness, a
oraMe. Headquart rs of INFOld sof to t e ba g In iTeslngthrough Delhi-Canning factory. ear hbn t --h- c ed erh oerd oidteds a



district, includlag Artmsona Arkassas, rdAa Westhers and Josephine Ba- West-5."000 warehouse company. cear n 7 th otr gested that a telephone system be in- and operated as a Ashlag boat by Jack United as Distrhet cs
triew Mxcluding Codo, southern bth beft ucssyd withis- taard-$2.00 Inber copartinyt receive ao stmemo- to take the lace o the present rt colored was t o




Utah, headquarters of ferth district, eglk eNorDa ete re e Miseo-u$10r0. so C e beiaecttheaioill te be n to the eeteiate of the cost of in- street wharabout 10 o'clock last orps.%tet
W dlg Utah, other Idahort, hwest- ie wll be appreciated. Webb City-$10000 automobile co- l stan the new system furnished y night
era inst ra uNe.a, sN d N western EI Spany 0000 a facty tion co- will be Iecessay for the or match, City Eectricianan LeB onS appeared lan h Ruse e E
aos southeastern r Utah. N RS HELD ON Lae rel-$30.000 wi^""acandy factory.iwill e ly not take inaceuntil before the meeting of tand the
First National b ak, Albnuqr ue, h N OF EAING FERN Valde 10,000 wo com warehouse comn- mwted wi he N aetnal Rifle Asso- sNoralt stts i h re hern D ltrs ic of
Nw Mexico. Headquarters of third![o.mn Thenwilso Public Safetybhel last night and stg-Teo
en Cimincl1u t AAa t Ar-6 e ar ers and Josephine wBa-o n cation y begi slect t lib ng to e ab foe ty heldaephone isysuem t e small gaolne launch owned in o e
oew edr co mtVd Ok, 0a. ker, both colored. charged with steal- Stanard-i$25.0 lumber company .f re entth country y i was takea to the syrestb of an pera the as afish boad ba e
NeaMeaxs asindto Oreo, rmfers fathe residence of MrSaca -s to secures n the best ste elen to tke the plasecer of the present Ht, colored, l itU tm was of Nogvember N,
Fhaist National banker atf Ogdenslu ns fNoroth rDavisstreet wereo f M. Pcagoul-e Waterw lt is proe that all the rifle clubs police telegraph call system. Accord- badly damaged by fire at Pal o n that I ill se b
iTahell etaUtersat fourth s a est iri arel m henr ering s before ebb City-$4,000 automobile om- ffliated h the association will be un g to the estimate of the cost of io- street eharf about 10 o'clock lat dtsy of Noveie
cdiong rthsousterv itdahowes t-ivtfenrth a prear iheain e eby cor nt e honor a stallng the new system furnished by night. at Pensaeola. lauonth
era Woming be astern Nea $2,000Julices Nibkelsen yesterday erentag. pany; $i0b000 manufacturing com- supplying an peers of toe team. Al- the city electrician. 20 Swedish-Ameon- The launch had just orrived from In front of the Un1ted a




ortwstern Ar ina heP tat t er o ter the '-obuts ab h request that the partment furnished n the gulf beach with a cath of 1,100 the merea shoon, F
et National bans acisco elciated Thourtday. t. oui-Several amend Zebulon-300 building company;. Hitter on tbe changed and that The ayor was prequel costed of $500. It pounds of blue fish, which were sold her engi boiextinglerhed by mem-
Cal ia, hedquarters for fifth dim- n Mdlok identified two of the 7.000 amusement comaly: 0the e e ill ohi wi t o ne to te e rs o o, and w ture. a she now lies.
clu ali anstes rms in te court room, which were p to factory; $10,000 buildn o- sin ai the ranges belonging to wires for the telephone ystem, as the were discharged before the boat Was In Sanu a Ro p
wtestern Nevada. eue o outhud as evince against Oe two w OWny: $50c0p vestment company: t ous.rI pith a wires now used for the present system caught fire and sunk. Se was moor- trT..






the various sit rt e atim- Memphis-Manufactrtig company ill be d so tha yet the shpop- northeast cornswer of requirements. Noia ac- ed between two fishing sma ks d
be sale rt of northern Calig, or necial use St Pal. MiCa, Nov. 17.-VWith en Spring theld-15.000 wareolina. three, i ustralla comes in, on the the city ele trician last night, but the One of the crew, a white man, at- Notice I ps hereby vel
appation is made the forest super r same r a the states between W di ths- pany.oug necessarily there matter willthe greatest men pbe consred by Building Inspector Renall, tempted to start OCe engine for the nm meeting of th Au
vTesor tim ated receipts for the Na- rr a the little city Is Burllngto-,000 hardware an of the latter COuntry give ewere approved. ce In actual time. meeting ido cr


tal la duplicate, and tell the app- show of th Northwestern Live Stock Goliad-Electric light plant. it arty encouragement and two stories, 28x40 feet, and the first John Malone, colored, charged with member lth. 10.
cant to remit the amount directly to aSclatiom opened Its gates at South Amarillo-$5,000 machinery eon- For example, the Society floor will be built of concrete. The stealing groceries from the steamship
the satomal bank which I the depos- St. Pual toay. In addition to the struction company. of Rifle Clubs wander the successful bidder for the erection oW Tarpon, was arrested on the railroad InofFOTaoFrEamM
Itory for the district. Remittances sew p reW, aresaes will be made Abilene-$18,000 candy factory. of H. R H., the Dke of the builMing will be required to com- docks yesterday and given a prelmi- vs. Cora Hu gg.s
will be in the form of a national bank by some the leading live stock au-4 Hamlin-Cement plaster plant. while the two trustees are plete it In 30 days. nary hearing before United States O0 Monday. the 14th d
drat express or postoee money or thorittle of the country, and this has Mercedes-Electric light plant tel the of Norolk (tne premier The request of Police Officer Wm. Court Commnissioner Stokes yhrday s a Dt. to apeat
der. and will be payable to the bank, a ded to the attendance. phone company. duke land) and thiduke of Henderson, that he be paid for time afternoon. He was held for trial in ag S l hero. Th
since forest supervisors are not al- Seven OUinead dollars in premium Houston-$I1.,000 coal, oil and ga aW ter (the wA.lth8est peer of lost the result of injuries received the United States court and his case pblised ee e wee
lowed to receive money. The letter will be distribted among the sue- company. t. Af a w t while on duty, was granted. His re- will be called Satulay morning at 10 oefntej a we.e
of tr mittal Is virtually a deposit c al a trs of prize cattle, Alvin-Electri Mtght plant. l' ement of the society te quest for a transfer from the police o'clock. aa Cont "Ap
slip to accoma the emittance. sheep d wIne. Virginia. such hed personagesas the force to driver of the patrol wagon The theft Is said to have been com- Clerk of the -utc
The duplicate copy goes to the dis- -....................... Norfolk--$500,000 lumber plant;Ofe Visco esf.olr, lthwa sHartsr e ".a
trite iscal agent All remittances- ... $50.0000warehousecompany. e e. ouami t oilt. Major was refansed.Nw Firemen emitted about a month ago, when M
will be assembled andheked up at NY R VERING WIT Roanoke-$50.000 bildg compaay.tLeo Davenport and W Donaldson mploy on rpon. Cre
the e of d da, sS sfumRE IS WO RAPID IT'Y Be le- 25000 ice factory. L e l members of the fire de- Su cribefor The Journal
(ate of deposit made out by the bank #.Ri.amond-$10.000 land co.wamy;RB. Love. en Paftment_ ___ m Zj
and mailed to the secretary of the P. $300. 00 qurry company. plant. Major A. Cod- Marshal1 Sanders's action in naming A .
treasury. This simple plan, which Nov. 17.- West Point-$100.000 lumber plant. andmany others. Thae P ir ce er Etheridge captain o NOTICE TO THE PULi.
as uired mo for tr treasury ra J. H is reoring 4 Charlottesville $10.000 ma e- Is none ot- thenit watch was approved. Neither one o the owners the .
officials and officers of the Forest wiWt" a ,defrom turning company. t" iii-- e Cief Bicker was empowered to em- owner of the cooper Fawn and Corte t S
service to perfect Is one which wll* the ttuicted by EastviC-$50,00- 0 fertilizer f er the great elMal d wlo ore e ore .o debts C- dtr lcteo wteefor sFo "(
tr er iswho has been so active i ploy two men for extra work In the by the Ca]n s r 4osel
Pypedite business both for the users ne, a.q .it.ispredict. PManchester $10,000 amusement er ofrntte d-*fire department for as many days durn- te u


or theNational rests f and for othtat- fTtth, na b etniar of e s g t o hethe Wot Gafden stree t truck r wn WloL
Sn t e thtg or Protreding P lw to t ttprepeeativswe awd gorors oue wI be sake military d lace the cos ptovlaw41 eny o conwula.ce of Ca.g0. eannu 2u
frce In athe saM e of ie wc R mak e w wi to. e ere #oWest Virginia.- rifle practice general er..., Fl,. -Rev,.
Ite-osmrbl.sfor the government to de-bwas able to take liquid nourish- company; lumber company. ct tcto yI


oabl Rg S^ mt mae.National F rest receipts In meat *Ay. There areno in- # Wheeling-110,000 telepone htin In this country g hseset of patent collars for the sint or tat I havee tis NOI


elehon gan m ^ rj me -a x c i *, f w service and In te national On muotee n of Mr. Schad the n oaw d to anI Tetres or bi A. Th Q oC euny.
Stern banks, and lp the c la-# S Suj *" of bl. for .ood. Journal s at hee ets to be located at tie corner o! under the rm n
tien in that particular Nectinon~t the 0Q#"'lg c* r mietywitheInd and atdCorneraease ofeJ5

I.", k .ng or Protruding Piles Is 6 e t esp. amg overnors, bous.e wil le asked to .s he teo -!
daya or money refm edLW.as a leading men in the regular in ttat buil in in good condition. old Am, and guarate etir t C ...k
service and in tue national On moiitlm of Mr. Schad the board toI 17.19 8. Lw i. BRlwN. ry C. 0.
das executive session, qhlch last- .nevIew4w Oct, 13.


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OVER'S SALLY
receiver and As-
r the authority
rives notice that
helm tunta 12
r i ". 19M, for
property, to-wit:
bottles, cases,
counts and evi-
od all other prop-
K to to the Pen-
e property may
r and Assignee.
ersda. By vtue
sued out of the
ntrt for the Nor-
a. on the fourth
notice Is hereby
r public auction.
he twenty-eighth
at 12 o'clock, m.
County Florida,
states Potolce.
reddle W. Alton,
achlnery. boats.
mees, and furnl-
at the Marlno
Itates Marshal.
en that the aa-
itoelrolders or
mpany will be
me city of Pen-
rst day of De-
t 11 o'clock p.
PACKARD.
d Treasurer.
ult Court, State

ay of December,
t. William Oov-
pear to the Mbll
This order t
hed nla said **-
I M. Mefmma.,
By C. 0._Harts-


novlleaw4w
Ia County. State
In. Compi-lawnt,
BeImt--DtvOree
ay of December.
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1908


WE LEAD! OTHERS FOLLOW!



STHE SAM ROSEAU COMPANY



HOLIDAY LEARANCI



SSALE NO COINC


WE HAVE COMPETITION HU PING! SEE US BEFORE BUYING!

MONEY, QUICK MONEY, IS WHAT WB MUST HA

Merchants Should Take No ce-Our Goods Never Give

The New York Sales Promoting. Company f es over The Sam Rosenau Company 's entire
of Chinaware, Glass, Granite, Tinware, Toys, Et ., fr a ten days' sale. We are too well known
you that we carry the largest assortment of this ne in the city. We bit off too much-you rea
benefit. Prices lower than you ever dreamed of This paper tells a little of the story; other p
tell more, but the full importance of this sale can/6t be conceived until you come into the sto
look for yourself. Our store was packed and jam all day Monday, opening day; thousands of
flocked to the greatest cut-price sale ever know in Pensacola. You are lucky people to have s
sale at the very height of the season. It affects t very goods now most in demand.

China and Glass Dept. NEW YORK SALE PROMOTING CO. Special Toiaet Set n
CUT GLASS, SALAD, OR BERRY BOWLS. 25 Toilet Sets, 10 pieces, will go at..........
Sells and eils QuIck. 25 Toilet Sets, 12 pieces, will go at........
CUT GLASS JELLY DISHES. 25 Toilet Sets, 12 pieces, will go at.........
Advertising decorations under nal supervision of H. B. Loeb, 25 Toilet Sets, 10 pieces, will go at.........
Southern Manager, office 311 Wo d Building, Birmingham, Ala., 35 Toilet Sets, 10 pieces, will go at.........
who reserves the right to name the ces to turn it into money in 10 days.
DINNER SETS. DOORS WILL OPEN AT 9A.M. taple TaUmblers.........................

STHE MERCER CHINA WILL BE IN THIS Decorated Blown Tumblers U I............
SSALE. NOThinG HELDBaC.s, LOOKit T t Glass Celer Trays.................e.Wlk
SSALEo. NOTHING HELD BACK. STOP LOOK LI e to ait Wl Weo ad 8-inch Glass Cake Salvers. o..o........
SAND LISTEN ONE MINUTE AND THINK WHAT No.32 Glass Lamps, Complete ............


THIS SALE MEANS TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND No.37 Glass Lamps, ...................
tt00 nr0 1111 SWine Glasses............................
THE PEOPLE OF PENSACOLA. WEDDING IV*WJa l n of Cp t Finger Bowls............. . .
PRESENTS, THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS AND Glass Butter Dishes.......................
NEW YEAR PRESENTS AT THIS SALE MEANS We Have the Goods e Have the organs! GLapss SugarhimneysNo 2..................
THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS WILL BUY AT Co Rochester Chimneys, No. 2.............
C m a& la Cnce Lanter Gloes
THIS SALE. SO COME EARLY AND AVOID lantern o ......................
D "" oubleSide Wash Board...............
THE RUSH. We ead! hers F llow 0c Rolls ToiletPaper....................


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PENSAtdOLA. FWOBWA- WEDNSDj


and PoticI
The DeFuntak reasa of last week
peeseds to scribe the daat Bry- 7
an and the electim Taft to the
hnmom s of th OM e e~t chlh I
favr of the repubean mcada tet
We think e oow mwomy hme
daw largely a nts Imeagmten In
arrtting at ia comelUsha. 1*bW
INa- mor Taft Is a Cath mlo a mit
t orO the eoer wore. the Ctheoli
ch-ek is t tn politles anyway.
TO*e da tat ny articular church
esovowo f say Materiald
mbeto ef the A aa pemgle is as
W SI M6 as It In r mmo t i
theory. as a Main 4f fact, i a
=m's a edef or s oo oemo a-
negglom ot F k m If the poliets
oe ths emtry. "an Mr. Taft would
mnt eartalely MOe O een ste
fr be hold te a reod which I alto-
g0eer alkin to the esvieuiom eC the
ueat mjorty eo church poegl-e m
hslim uJi, everywhere.
*Mr. Taft Is a UaitpD--, As san,
bi ejct the tetry tOf the Trinaty.
the diltity ot Christ, ad the Virgia
Matry. Certainly, If religlom ahiuent
e m voters they have voted
ins&t Mr. Taft bo a I of the oppow-
fi views which tasy and he held on.
thms ital eNmeas ef the church
sesls. The fact that they did not
rid It haim oemat Ia itsaef be proof
Meloat tMat Mligsn ha noilatg to
4do wil thlr aott.
Slis gP O o try at lSat. where
Wrdi and potlets do net mix mor
Wea ,osash hewr, and Mr. T'aftw
emp- a Inaemeo the meet strikIng
ftmI-i ti of om f that tac that
ve lo vWe -erem
ea happen to have a veledolar
,-I about yor person numbered
VOWi2 yea may know that It is a
akerlte, and don't meek to pass it
ea yetr neighbor nor even your en-
emy. It mlid to b the est of the
reea t mONtrw'w
tWgever the Timp-. TrimBe tails
to aritv at these -Inmurt ru on
tim there is a toit emsme tf dimp-
-lp aMutadt l tatiem. The Tribune
Is hlahy suggestive paper. and
'whe w. It s en7 .-mnd or clha,
ye want it.
Th Jourm he a received the fol.
y very attractive lavitatIon:
The Battle House, Incorporated,
Mobile, Alabama,
reaesats the pleasure of year res-
enae at the oevaing of
The New Battle House
November tweat4rat and twenty-

tasteen hundred and eight.
Cb. OB. Hervey,
President.
Patrk, the Taxs ardeer of old
maiImharIe BtIo ec Houston, 6 t that
state, naw doiag a life term In sing
S New T4rk. tor the ame, wil
bhav to take his ad ihe. Patrick la
a lawyer ad ha been employlag bW
leis re tmo In the pea la comstract-
Iag pansalu lawyer-like tries. to
prove his Imaoome a d get a mew
heartal. The surae court at the
United Statem hai Just tuared him
dowa and he mst stay pat. It he
were Lawyer Patelcd ktJ-rge the re-
sult might hawe boom d4t0osent, for
lawyers at large-have a remaarkabhle
taleat for saving the guilty froa pua-
ishment. They ahoald mt be road
of this talent moalut that it is pro.
duoettve of so meuh trouble to orgaals-
d eooIety, but that yterieas than
knows as "the ethics of the profe-
soi" tides them safely over Bttle dif-
S ccaulUes like that aad they go m their
way, sustained the proe ea vle-
ttoa that they are both the haeytome
aad the corner steel eof tihe metnla
order of things on this planet, and
that their is an east sca evme
it In its aphilsattla roses asd ras-
eal are so tfrequesatly stpptag thrmh
the mehe.. Patrick is ibsaldy gaol*
ty, hut postblie he tat, amd the porn-
alIlhty makes 4e nawoartal. He
"dang time" ter t rtemeir f hi
se seems to o aU that t~ le him.


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m that he will recommend separate shopping here Friday-.. Social t--o una. of today is not yet known. Neither Grand Total for the Year ......................4600.00.-4 4,1040.00
btw'hood for the two territories. Art- Joan Barfleld made a business trip Olive, Nov. 17. 3 Dora Clarke. of the Marler boats went out today, Section.ThApprlated f sally take medattely Mit
al i formallyy democratic, a if to Vernon Wednesday. of McDaIvd. vlit latives at this on account of the sad event in the approval, and the appropriations hereby made shall be available ro ts pae
th e rl of dersa er ad G. W. Watts, Dr. Farrior and R. place Satiniay nday last. family, oent in the October A. 1). 1908.
tal fficolder were made E. Cook of Chipley, were here Fri- Thomas Majors little son, Ben, Passet November 11. 1908.
to -0tp" aid olB, New Mexico would day. attended Sunday I at the Olive Read Th Jura Want Approved November 12, 1508.
CM eY s near being the same. How. Richard Scarlet, of O;ange Hill, church Sunday. JO S t Attest: G C. C. GOODMA,.
ever, the arve native New Mexi- passed through town Friday. Wiley Choro, o asogee, visited Columns this morning.. G. A, ai .
e "very aeb s ieas of party has. Hicks, a prosperous farmer _
a a yney t ideas party of east of here, was in the city Fri- ----
S. Aeeray votes the way the day.
Don"I who owns the sheep and cattle C. C. Carter was mningling with
herd" wants him to. friends In town Saturday.
..... C. J. Barseld was shopping here
'io South has "spunked up" nota- Saturday-
-SyMr. M, of the M Th Most Talked of Store in Pensacola
SUM M the eletlon in the matter ro Compaly, of. he Maralas. was
of a.S41others man as the next demo- tranactlig business here Saturday.
cratic candidate far president, and the J. N'. Davis of Orange Hill, was
uW papers are m all talking one minn g with friends here Saturday.
way om theasubject. No northern pa- Big Furniture Store! Everybody getting ready for Tla-ksivi;g Dinner and the ca vug of
per or politician of either party has .-, ". T --..--- -..-- . _--_ N..


ma w r obieeonm to a southern
nliam aWe Indeed "ome ot.the mo-t
ortle. reagblcea sautorities have
mitM la I warm o-ammed*tion of the
MWeL If the pre at trend of thought
-thers str-Mt we need not be sur-
pdhed to ee a southerner is the next
dameratic mnlame for president.
"AJ w" ,,W pSray? The men who
iI ofject r Uectioni prejudice
m rw the most rt fossils and an-
Ugmusw M- I etors in our pon-
ta.t =aa4 Imetk ath can aish the
right man, *** et presential size


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we ha ger furniture stocks, more floor space for display and the newest and latest styles in FudiLAUe.
on Dining Tables, $10 to $25. Box Seat Dining Chairs, $SA0. Sideboards, China Closets.

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bestaterests of the wB BEo nt AN ORDINANCE
we don't believe that there will be-
any formidable objection to him at 3 D AR O, Entitled, "An OrdinaneNN te PEree O u t he met of e Cu
Py eo s P acola for the Fiscal Year Be I Otob3e 1st, Ink and endhspa -o
R o Ithe north becamee he comns ftla temDr aob, IS, and to Prwle r Paent of the interestt of toe0
Y"I litt aeco. ul r TIIDet eo the said City, and o PreMde far teA SinkinD Ftfd for the Pay i fm
th section. Culberon, ot Teas and |jof the Prifnipa sum o the ened Deb the i csity. "th
- SUNDAY. Z Johm Sharp WIuarom, Of t Tb le tpi U Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Council of the Cty of Pensacola:
S Y ha both e tmed Are making their initial bow to the Section 1. There is hereby appropriated out of the General Fund for the U
T have both been mentioned orPensacolaublicthis week ee the Expenses of the Government of the Cty the Fiscal Year endi pm
S' or. They are high-lsa me but special displays i the windows of the 30th, 1909, the ftoowing sums:
there are others, and it is quite peasi- Crystal, White's and Hooton's Phar- Per Ma.th. Per Tear.
SCO PANY le that the available man is not yet aciesp. Mayor ..............................'.............. So
AL COM A Comptrollerk...................-................ 110.00
even conspiceuous in politic'. Clerk .............................................. 10.00
..... rpc@** Us P"litl BEAR IN MIND That "ear Brand" Pure Foods and Drugs Assistant Comptroller ............................. 75.
BI M ati res i t e Assistant Clerk..................................5OO
lma *soi d Q*f Ma ro* Try Shot Plug Cut Tobac- hv* **** ***ad th*r**tt s **e .,. ths .n- Attorney..........................................A..
Syor For atmnt of the Pure Feed Laws. They are Insurers of GOOD MEALTH. Ta, collector .....................................15. .0
coH tell your friend ForTax Assessor .................................. 125.0
by Imp rie Building Inspector .............::::::::..............
sl bI--r Treasurer ............................-......... -*"
Recorder ........................................
'nmSk Stores. 10 cents a can. E LEWIS BEAR DRUG CO. to.............
C LY. taa n r* *t of --...-.."* Wholtsi. Drugglsts and Manufacturing Chemists, Pensacola, Fla. o1,401.M6 2-3--1.,S2.00
W r .. CH PLEY Expenses, City Attowey ........................... .
NNBoard of Equalizatlort ................... ........**
mo l swaba-a a Expenses. Building Inspector ...................... O

SN..:-H1. UNKNOWN PARTY WOUNDED .E...rind.
ount, of the law firm of Blount, New Code ..........................................
ChH ey.WHn Nov. 7Flournoy, of DeFuniak City Jail. Spplementary..........................$ ---
.Z I I: ss-w:. w m:o.v.*-s TWO AT ILTON LAST NIGHT eselrve'fo-StreetImprovement s
Springs, were in Chipley yesterday PRWesere or re v public Parks.
Staking testimony in the case -of The Plaza n...............T.............................. .00
i n German American Lumber Co. vs. A. Plaa Fountain ................................... 1,0 .00.
Do ..... wI MJ. Gay. Robert Flemin of Milton friends and relatives at this places Two sprinklers, cost. equipment and operating ..... .00
SCapt. A. J. Gay, of Gay Fla., was Sunday last. sewers, cleaning and flushing ..................... 2,b00.00
a visitor to Chipley yesterday. Sherman Majors returned home Sun- Public Buildings. Maintenance and Repairs ........ .000.00
garbage. Removal .................................*4.000.00
AT MQRNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1908. S. A. Alford, president of the Al- and Porter Of Trai Were day evening from a short visit to rel- Streets.e oaghtin ............... l.o
ford Bros. Co., has just returned atives at Pine Barren. He reports a Enforcement of City Ordinances ................... 1.00.0o
i nd innee wr from Jacksonville. Shot at Depol nice time. Registration Officer ................................ 300.00
[3 Ce -- XaoeeG were synony- Miss Florence Henry, of LAtta. S. Miss Escambia Jones, of Gull Point, ,56.0
m usterms the famous Texas chloro- C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. A. was in Pensacola Saturday on busi- " Board of Health.
form murderer would now nave his Altford. SHOOTING OCCURRED ST AS ness. 7 Sanitary inspectors at $63.00 ..................... .5.0O
redom, for tereis nothing In our Mr. E. N. Dekle is visiting Marian- Mrs. A. W. Majors and children Stationery and Incidentals .........................0.00
crisal anals to equal hi' unassist. n today. THE PASSENGER TR N DUE spent the day with her son, Mrs. A. F. Clerk .............. .......... ........... 15.00
r ht tsannalse to equal hi-uae eist- The Chipley High School. under the Majors Sunday last.
e* 9i0t for a new trial after e got able management of Prof. W. N. HERE AT 9:45 CAME T A STOP E. G. Creighton, of this place, had Twelve Months at ................................. 570.00-4 6,840.00-- 6.840.0
Into convict stripes. Meanwhile, it Sheats, is in a flourishing condition. tNhe misfortune of losing his horse Making a Grand Total of General Expenses for
Is well eogh to remember that the Chipley is more than fortunate in se- -THE PORTER WAS N AR THE Sunday night. the Fiscal Year of ........................ .. S 92.4.00
way O the ta ressor is hard and curing the services of Mr. Sheas, TRAIN AND FLEMI WAS Rev. E. E. Rice preached at the Section d. There is hereby appropriated to the Board of Public Sety out on
that the wagsr fi is nt o nl dingabde Ils doing a work that is need- FLEIOlive churc Friday night last. Few the Police Fund for the expenses of Police Poteetioan t Chrite, for the
that the wages of sin is not only death edin this section, not alone in school, STANDING ON THE PL FORM- attended on account of disagreeable year ending September 30th, theSalaries.
but sometimes other things even more but in religious matters as well, hav- weather. Per Month. Per Tear.
uBenBflttable, a life term at hard ing just succeeded in organizing a NO ARRESTS HAVE BE N MADE .Mrs. Sidney Clopton was the guect Marshal ........................................... $ 140.00
labor, for Instance. Sunday school convention for Wash- --- -- of Mrs. B. T. Majors Sunday. Deputy Marinshal ................................ 1.00
ington county. Robert Fleming. white w, shot in The farmers are very busy this Feed for 3 horses for Captains ..................... 30.00
Our ezellent contemporary, the The local democratic ticket of Roe lemin white, shot i week. They are preparing their sweet oneSpecial e ............................. 1. 00
St. Anuim Record, takes advan- Washington county in the recent elec- te leg, and Queincy J the bretso colored el- t or per Mount iers at $70.0.............................. .00
tag Of Its location in the heart of tion, succeeded in defeatingthe popu- hort after 9 o'clock ast night are very rry to hear of the e or horses for Mounted cers..--..........
lisot ticket for all offices Itn the cou- ton shortly after 9 o'clock astnih death of Rev. J. L. Bryars. He is wel _, Station Kepers at $500...... ............. 50
the te rIst belt with Flagler caravan- ty, and whipped them to a "raz- as the result of promiscuous shoot known throughout thL s country and Patrol Drivers at $70.00........................... 10.
ri around t, and pub. se." This is the first time in years by an known white ma at known tt his an 2 tokatriers at $70.00.......................... 10.
#1101 the hotel arrivals there In pethat the democracy of the county has place on the arrival of he west he L ord. Twelve Months at........................... ,4 0.
S ol th e lined up with determination to wipe bound passenger train due n Pensa- for the Lord. eed on
try. We may nothing about the qual- out poptrlism. and the party is crown- cola at 9:45 p. m. The par who did --a Patrol Expenses.
t of te potry--we erely record d ith a success e shooting is said to been ceding. Shoeing and Repairing ...................75.0
the OfIU ssUS a another instance of w a dc-snk and had not been sted up ARNIERS. Telegraph Alarm, including Electrician's Salary ... 5.00
t 0 Ze e at which we roo-W- .. - .- =.^. 5to a late hour last n:ht. 150.0o 1,80.00
the Srful speed at whjch we mod- he shooting occurted a he Milton Stock Pound Expenses ............................. ..50 .**0
Sare MUSCOGEE. depot and was done amo a large --Stationery and Incidentals ......................... 100.00 1,20.
crowd -who had gathered meet the ial to orna. Reai and o nt.
d qckly "yild their ---hed --e train. Gamier's, Nov. 17.--Cal. Manuel One Covered Patrol Wagon ..............$...800.
Wekis gckly yild their a trJohnson, who is a po r on the Brown of the schooner Right Bower, Equipment for Police, 35 Belts and Clubs
onnw ia rontat $3.00. and 14 Police Pistols...........424.00
Paitt; str men hold on to Special to T Joumrn. train, had jist reached platform returned from Pensacola Sunday 1 Set collar and Ilames..................... 300 1,28.00
the tem010ly. Hence let us be Muicogee, Fla., Nov. 17.-Dr. and when he was wounded says that morning. Charities.
respect al to the latter end lay selge Mre.. Trammell left for Mobile last he does not know 'who W ybt him. He The drst front of the season made One-half Salary Physician ...........:............. 0.
Sthe tromgho without doing v Wednesday. Mrs. Trammell returned Was met at th depot on e arrival of its appearance Sunday morning, the Medjicine ............. ......... ........... 50.00
te to r s rughoU et.h ere aome Saturday but Dr. Trammell will the train in teasacola y the patrol 15th ,following a hard norther, that Care and Transportation Paupers..................... 50.00
le to t) ppetes. There arermain at Mobile a few days longer. the train in enacola home ar began Thursday. Hospital Expenses ................................ 73.
n t rities upon,which we Nr. and Mrs. E. G. Bonifay spentNorth Alanistreet here he was The launch TheBells was at the Twelve Months at ............................. 2.00- 2,70.
Agree, btt thee are many stones Sunday in Roberts. attended by Ca Physitan Bruce. His Davis landing with freight and passen- Making Grand Total of Police Department Ex-
Sthis oun o in eah ndi- Mr. Lott was a visitor to Pensacola wound is not c idPeys dangerous. gers Saturday afternoon.
id tlis foundation i each i Friday and Saturday. to ensola i wound is not side dangerous. The remainder of the machinery of penses for tho Fiscal Year'of ................ $44,702.-4- 44.72.0
ital life about which there may be Morris I Roberts and Henry W. t emn, s who aa trdea whe the old Robinson mill left on "the 81g"Ti.0e
Set of opinion and Matlock. amateur globe trotter, spent ton, wa standin ne e t i schooner Evelyn Friday evening for section 3. There is hereby appropriated to the Board of Pube out o
S e trouble. Toler e, rm Monday night in Mucogee on their w oe t Boggy. the Fire Fund for the expenses of Fire Protection for the scal year ndg op-
S ittse trouble. Toleiatcel ferm- Monday night in Muscogeesaid, does not k w -th -shot. The heavy northern for the past few member 30, 1909, the following sums:
isn4ianoedosel ptewce, with cleay A dance will be ilyen in the Mus. He was cariet in Milton* days has riven the water out of the Per Month. Pe Yeear.
cogee Hall night November where he received attention bayous un we are having an excep- Ct iCf..............................................$ 95. -
wil y about agree ,nt in telay nightNover7th Fleming is wel Vw I Pensacola, tionally low tide. Hore Feed. Chief ................................. 0.00
brn bot recent in the laying 27ede at eistntChief..................................
of thee Stones, san when we have Mrs. 7M. K. Walton has been con- having rei time. The first loons made their appear- Captains,at $6.00.................................. 390.00
ance in the bayou about a week ago6rek6 ivers, at $C9.50 ................................ .375.00
leved this end our civilization willele rn o past wee and ducks are coming in. These are Firemen at $.00............................... 00.00
i Nte. Very truly it is an idea! pending the ,winter in oee, the sure harbingers of winter and One Engneer.................................... .00
S t VYtrulyItIAidea s spending thewinterin uscogeewill soon be followed by the hunter One Fireman and Driver for Engine............... 60
state, but it Is a state worth working theguest of her ant Mr. W. R. will n be followed by ouris hunter ne Tllerman.....................................5.
.Vua iw o g Vaugan L -and the northern tourist. 0 Rent Truck Houses ................................. 115.00
fo, wmaldto.T faml yoM.ieThe launch Sunbeam was at the Feeding Horsed. 15, at $1250 ........................1.7.50
The family of Mr. Finley, of Cen- Special to The nal. camp at Gus's last week. Repairs at the to Apparatus etc.......................... 50.00
tury. Fla.. arrived here Thursday. Telegraph Alarm, including salary of Electrician.. 100.00
The Chinese emperor, who has just They will reside here in the future Beulah, Nov. 17.-M M. 1). Bailey The lighter fisherman is in evidence Incidentals........................... ....
died, probably had the most densely A new piano arrived for the Musco and daughter, Miss Je e Mae, were these dark nights when the water is Hydrant Rentals .................................. 40.00
uniatero"ting personality of any sov- gee school Saturday. The children the guests of Mrs. P. Dawkina calm and the sportsmen report plenty Twelve Months at ...................... $41,710.00
have now been In the new school few days last week, re ung to their of fish. Twelve Months at ................................. 3,48.50
ere all the tide of time and as building two weeks. Many improve- home at Fort Deposi today. Mr. Morgan's baby is still very -,ew Horses (four) .......................00.0
a emaequence his own subjects are ments have been made with flowers, Walter Pitman, of nge. Ala., is sick and at last reports was growing New Hose ......................................... 2,0.00
shedding so tears over his death. The pictures, etc. Sunday afternoon the the guest of his sister rs. R. B. Ed- weaker. extension Fire Alarm System ... ........... .0.o
empress dowager, who has also sue- building was opened by the supervis- dinma. an was ome over Sua Two Collars and Hames at $38.00 .................. ..7.00
imbed, ha ust sense enough to be or and teachers fomthree to ve Allen Steagall left wednesday for from the Pryor Mill. where he is em- Two Sets Harness Hangers at $20.00 ............. 4
c bed had st scene enough to be o'clock. All patrons and friends of Mississippi. where he ill get work Ployed. Furnishing New Truck House ..................... 10.
cruel, nutoehable and noa-progress. the school were invited. Over two for a 'while. Will Hand has been absent the past 'Makng a Grand Total of Fire protection Ex-
lye and a .e leaves no one to mourn hundred people were present and all John Lewis was thguest of A. J. week on a hunt back In the woods. .euses for the Fiscal Year of ............---...... 47,S2S.0-$ 47.25.0
lr too long delayed dertunre. China went away much pleased wita the Garrett and family Dday. He returned Saturday night. actionn 1. There is hereby appropriate. to the Board of Public Works out oe
So lo era e et r d ne n' u e n Alfred ~o r...dy.tetoe WI omny .and A e b wee e s o r. au.re Street Fund for t.e Improvement and Repair of Street Crosslns,, et.fsta p.er ... hns
Ia to be congratulated on getting rid 'new buildngr guiestsaofhes. A. T arrea Us tday ^ id .d i< 1ae Subn ero nte dn...................................... t00.00
of this uReleM and expensive pair, and R-- _- D G s i evening. DESTIN atrenets, Cleaning ...................................... .1. 0.o
it Is to be hop that an up-toate t WroA vSAU Rev. and rs. C. h and are e Wlamsa n ciors,-, Carts and Tools ............................ ...00
ChIAk wino sd thlem as thne head % the proud parents of fine son. c-a Fe s jc f t -o. 1 heeed ,Serinteaten.s po r la month ............. 150.00
the empir.h ere a rest Rev. C. B. Netherl s preached his Rb Weedaorhuperintenden stsotrsoe aat$ 15.........................180.00
othe eire. T r N are vae t p o last sermon for thi br at Crestview uiaen to a .h Joirnae. o h t- akinr "and Toie talse... n......... t........
bItl tein thise lve hundsred millions clcal to The JoLtao Sunday lDestin, Fla., Nov. 17-The infant D)-ay Foreman ..................................... . 0..00o
of yellow perils, but just whet those Wausai. Fla.. Nov. 17.-Saveral S. A and Henry rett have com- son of Mr. and Mrs. Marler died rivers. 10. at $5.00 per month.......... .
possibilities are keeps the world drummer. wlre in town Monday. pleated their cane Bing and syrup Sua afno o eo ende.oT t bea ofoe nsoment Man........................... 10 o0.00
Ic s .o l, no pWa rre tMiss Donaia aorrr i is v isiting in reaped parents. ,Oni rodman ....................................... 480.00
Strip to Vernon Monday. Pensacola, the guesof sister. Fred Williams and crew got a good Incidentals ..................................... 200.00 2.31.00
A stublborn and unjust t contention of M.C. Turner left Monday for De- rs. J. T. Shelba of e e sty. tRobt. Williams happened to a se- i nt of Stables enn .......... 4.
txe t o wblch-lejorty in congress is Funiak. pleasure seeking. Little Nettle Isteaged 13 years, r u s.acdett.a. While ot hue..nt.b...
ome Into the union as one state or cola on business. liam Lister, ia P ola Mondy shouldeheI is nottyet known how p for the Fii yea of ............. 2l,7a.e - 2T.
l it at a; the reason being that oth- Leslie Wells of Chipley came down morning. The funelwas at the Beu serious the wound is, but the doctor $2M.0
Aulaon. .Uncle William iveritt was shop. la c Miss Mary Brooks. Blan y Brooks nga sinking fund for the payment of the prineiplw sum of a bends for the fiscal
ato estate Mr. nowpingandtr miansacting other business C Sith and Cas. ox were up year ending September 30th. 1909, the following sumuse:
tat ia term is near its end, has here Friday. a in OTy from Camp Walton to attend the ft interest on $240.00o.00 New Bonds at 6 per cent .... $14.40.00
15 neral of the Marler infant, interest on $660,000.00 Improvement Bonds, at 4%
wt to e J e Kent of Ari- Mrs. J. Nichols of Bradford, was n .The"Bnlt ent t Pe cl S inng Fund-Improvem tBond. at per cent.. 3,5.0
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Monday aight. Bem~autfly decoated
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selotuves of t0eyoug"mm 8p)e.,both of
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mmam of 'whie, the yoimg lady ash-
res b ilag sam ic In white net over
white k.
After the ceraraouy had been per,
rml. the entire party repaired to
to hsme of the bride* ,parents.
where a wddinag dinner was served,
after which a formal reception took
place at the borne of the groom's
father. Mr. sad Mrs. Gentry will re-
aide a Buraville.
MISS RICKt QVEN
MISCELLANEOUSU" SHOWER.
XIM BessmA ice, whose marriage
to Dr. Jes. C. BaHrwI, of Nashville.
Tna., will take place on the 25th of
this mouth, received a pretty compli-
ae-t yesterday afternoon at the hands
of her numeres local friends, when
tweaty-Ave of. her girlhood acquaint-
amoes gathered at the &ome of her
sister. Mrs. Chas. Rice, 243 East Brain-
'-t street, and "showered" the beauty
fat bride-ta-be with a miscellaaeous
asbertment of attractive and useful
gfftL I
Mrs. RIoa, who at ed a charming
'hostess, had decorated the attractive
onme., sad the -t erhoon was spent
-t ejoyably ~~M aMow frappe
as cakes couadtlat h te dainty ve-
freatsnh ts a-e L Mlas Rice, as one
of Peasacol' annin young ladies,
wM fi te o he Vtty wed-
dings of the present semno. when, on
te 25th. eke will become "w ited in
marriage to Dr. Baewln, a rising

MRS. HENRY SBLLINGER
rNTERTAINED TUESDAY BRIDGE.
Mrs. Henry Bellinger was hostess at
the regular meekly meeting of the
Tapeaday Bridge Clab yestery af-
ternoon at bert Honme at the Old Mill
Inm. Mrs. Betilger made high score.
Ite next mmeetg of the club will c-
oar at the oMe of Miss Faanie Cald-
wel, on West Gedaena street.
TUESDAY ECCI.AE
ENTERTAINED SY MRS. GANT.
Mrs. T. L. Gaat pleasantly enter-
tatled the members of the Tuesday
Euchre Club yesterday afternoon at
her home on West Gad n street a
full neamberup of the popular cluo
having been .tt Mrs. Mac-
Gibben won st ;M ., Ms.. Me-
Gowaa receiving the consolation. The
next meetaig et Owe club will take
place at the f~t e Mrs. Dr. Higgins,
28 West ,Belas *trteet.
SCHOOL IMPROWSkMNT AS'N.
MEErTIG POSTPONED.
There mwE.- be n meeting of the
School Imnamee~t Amsociation on
Friday. the pe--Meat having been
arranged ea 4 the leat re-
bearsal for Z ,, which will
occur during P the WS' Friday is
the regular -o -. etng, but the
coaselt In tS tw dae4 s used the
magHe to %. The meeting
wIll take pt o Me in the near


MN CRANSTON
'SKTURTAlNSUVRTEOAY.
ra m. L. L t y-. Seventh
iAvemoutevIW4 the 4Mt BUI Eu.-
as iateresetig -at-
termou Mrs. Frgu-
sa- w trot Mrs. B3ememt
second Mrs. 'Weiqr lone hand, and
Mrs. Haeama.t1 booby. Mrs. 8. N.
Davis wi the amst hoetess at her
hme on Lee s*
am ORoseatmm
&. AND MR WrIT
ENTUsAIN IN N. enrn
Mr. and M LK. White entertain-
e4 a or t r*iamm at difaer on Sunday
ight. tIn bemn Mr and Mrs. Wil-
SPollsU. who ere uaticlating leaving
te eity. tbe -e4air was a deashtfta
me, sat ud spretIated by those
in w ebnmr I gacg ed. Mr. Fell
wIU weae shortly Sr ~Bt. Aaltrws, and
wml be jole s atr f r y his nty.
IMRlUD LADIOW T UCHRE
CLUS MaT YSTxrOAY.
The M rr d4 aqe Bfehre Club
met at the tae o Mrs. Rupert on
G ummwit Wr et yeterdav after-
sooe, & doUSthl time having been
impacted by *:hm ~~a*. were sum-
blera mea the gests of the after-
MsM. Meim --o rman Howland
am Baosestte;t ftQ trst prife,
*Wehw inM an lbra u glass bon-
bmO di Mr*. H .uoue ubet sum-


LARGE S CX;K OF
Top Builes and Runatwsets. Light Delivery Wagons. White
Hickry Wagom. Very gI One *hores Swrays.
WM. JOHNSON & SON.


ceistal in the draw. Mrs. E. 0. Roch a combined business and pleasure
was awarded the consolation, a cut tlp.
glass mappe. Mrs. Voges will eater-
tain the club next week at her home Miss Esther Martin, of Greenville,
an West Chase street. Ala., is viasting Mrs. Chas. Rice, at
24 East Brainard street. She will be
"SCHOOL DAYS" one of the out-of-town guests at the
NEXT FRIDAY. Baldwin-Rice wedding next week.
'A very successful rehearsal of
"School Days," the play which is to Mrs. Fralta nMartin and little
be given by 75 members of the Junior davisi her Fparents, Mr. and Mrs. are
Gardener? at the opera house on next B RR a ice. .
Friday night, occurred yesterday after-*. R
noon, and those who are personally HO EHOLO HINTS.
identified with the success of the in-
teresting little play are delighted witeh Now that windows will be kept
the progress made by the young peo- closed the er part of the time and
pie who are to compose the cast of most of th heavy housecleaning is
characters. Everything is letter per- done. it is time to give the furni.
fect. In fact, even at the present date. ture some entlon. There are many
and those who will witness "School proprietary r ishes on the market,
Days' next Friday H a not only be but care s taken in selecting
contributing to a worthy cause, but those with imfurious ingredients in
will also be assured of a most enter- them. The _t secret of applying
training evening. The proceeds are to any polishs the amoumt of "elbow
go toward the improvement qt the grease" empered. Without doubt the
grounds adjacent to school No. 1. more you rs the brighter with be the
wood.
A CHAFING DISH
SUPPER. A good bhne-made polish for var-
un-^, -I.^r-o~i^a- <,rinlae( frture consists of equal
Misses Munnerlyn, Coachman and ani fed hrie consists of equalre-
Forbes wee guests of honor at a tp a alinseed oi. l and turpen<
cbafag. dish party given wen Monday *NI_1U t be applied with a
chafng, ish artygive ~ beavy 'lunrag sand rubbed Into the
night by Miss Corneli Bass. The de- IWas atl traces of the ldisap-
Ulbghtfal little affair proved one of the wo tt traces o the ol dip
most charming of the pleasantly in- a ___
formal events which figured among Bamsboo f ture should be washed
local affairs during the past ten das, in warm slat ter. All case-seated,
when variety of social diversion was *airs and ttting furniture can be
eagerly sought in the entertaianments treated in is way-canq chairs
being accorded the Interesting bevy of should be saturated asa turned
society girls visittag Ia the city. upside down dry. The diampness
POPULAR VISfiTOS wfll stfttfen t and by inverting the
LEAVE. VISITOS chaired the s ea effect will be re-
Misses Coackman and Munnerlya, sof wed In the i pos
Jacksonvile. who have been promi- To freshen weather hiairs so
seat in the social whirl of the pwst much oseed in room# and libra.-
few weeks, left for their Jacheonville ries, first wipe leatle off with a
homes yesterday. after having speat a cloth dampened th warte water to
most delightful time as guest t "Mrs clean off allU dirt dei X Let it dry
R. F. Mitchell of this city. The young thoroughly. N take inamaU, old
ladies Save received every attention cloth, dipped In 5e f7y beaten
which it has been possible fEr l W111 *lte of an egg go orei the leath-
society to accord them, and their de- er quickly, rub wit) considerable
parture will be regretted by a large stmgth. e
circle of friends in Pensacola. A sq -
ries. of Interesting events hass oeen Gilt furniture eleaned with
planned in their honor upon theirw-i a past. made fIsad alco-
turn to Jacksonville, as each of the ho. This mustbe off quickly
trio will figure prominently in the at, before it dries el clothes
fais of the exclusive set in tte pictur- should be used. i
e 'que Forida city this season.
White stains n- d wood,
PERSONAL MENTION. which are often .gaseL y hot dishes
can sometimes b 4y remov-
Mr. Chas. HIf. Adams, of Grid Ha, ed by as applica4on of glycerin.
ven, Michigan, is among recent visit-
ors in the city from the nort. White enamele4 furni should be
wiped- off with warm s It the
Mr. W. J. McPhaH is here from De. tains will not yield to thi ment.
nia Springs for a short rist. shake a little whiting on '* damp
cloth. At the end of this t the
Miss Mary Ethering is here from enamel should be rubbed with a
Atlanta, the guest of friends, clean woolen cloth.
Mr. E. E. Reese has returned frem Tapestry covered furinit will
New Yo* and other nort2era potats clean by using dry bran. must
*where tie went seral weeks ago oe be shaken over the coverantg rub-


Fashion Feata




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VWRTX |&6= 7TM UTTLZ GIRL
The frock he,. shown is iaaty m effective model fSor a imail girt
and could be copied in various eitel~gs and materials- An all white lin-
gerie frock is, however, suitable oAr meh small tots at all seasons. ad
possesses the advantage of being Ja 4iered satisfactorly.,c model was
in white handkerchief linen, trilmedl with marrow zaW' l CiaRE.


R~W


Is the BEST in the World
meas to buy a Can at.
your drocera and try it.
may cost aoe-tath of a cent
more per cup than some, and
lees per cup tham some others
B.t. member












BAZAAR
Ladies' Aid of the
Baptist Church will
a Bazaar in the Keyser
Cor. Chase and

ox streets, November
21 Lunch will be served
0 a. m. to 10 p.m.


SEST FAD IN

IR GOODS


SPuffs, wavy and
pwitches, fluffy hair
S nets in different
goods at lowest

Otos Millinery,
lIstTnterfeyig $St.


Quality as fine to-da as when firstsold six years ago.

Luzianne Coffee
Every Good Grocer Has It on Sale.

THE REILY-TAYLOR COMPANY.
NEW ORLEANS, U, .. A.
Congo Irery C46. e Dh o,, s Plsactea.


INTERRED IN-


ST.- MICHAEL'S

FUNERAL OF LATE GAD HUMPH-
REYS OCCURRED YESTERDAY,
MANY BEING PRESENT TO PAY
LAST TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.

The funeral of the late Gad Hum-
phreys occurred yesterday afternoon
at St. Michael's church, the funeral
cortege leaving the home on Spring
street at 3 p. m. Father Fullerton was
in charge of the services, which were
beautiful and impressive, a large eon-
course of trends of tihe deceapid,
who had known him to respet and es-
teem am during life, having been in
attendance. After the prayers bor the
dead had been read, the procas.mm
moved toward St. Michael's ersmetry.,
where the last sad rites Were per-
formed. The beauty and tpfuslgm of
the floral tribute set by of
the departed, spoke a anote testi-
mony as to the lov and wIle with
whica he had beet begau by Lam.
A BROKEN tACK.
That pain in yw back m d by
umbago, "stif mI eor s a
an eoy thig t la" "datf
Saw uest cc
Iumdgo. sore mand OW U~l
strats. spratas, uts, cay-. baee
scads andd all nch pa-ih. 7y
noe" a bottle In y ew..
Sold adv r o O-mm it b W# A.
D'AUemberte. 4rm@St ispeotaeery,
121 south Palox at-sa *. PeMaesis.


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DR. J. H. MOCK

DENTAL SURGEON
Crwm ean Brtge Work a sfelmr.
Pas'-ses *'trctsu of -Toe.
Moewed to 310 Wrent uidla
PHON K awy.



Cuffs Well Laundered
We launder them by a
new method. A steam-
heated machine made
specially for ruling
cuffs. Irons then per-
fectly with one opera-*
tion and with les wear
on the linen too.
Same story on collars.
Let as sen a wagon.


S. W. IAVwRtSe, PrPe we.
15S7 W. RbMANA STr.



FRESH OYSTERS


Oyster Depot has i to
112 Sqpth Palafox St, Ps O
1210.

ausscRIeS FOR THE S I
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bed off with a clean brush This pro-
cess shouit be repeated several times.
Brocaded .coverings should be gone
over with a rag soaked in gasoline.
then rubbed quite dry with another
ci an rag without any lint.
The dusting and polishing of the
piano, whether it be a new and valn-
able baby grand or the humble and
more cozy upright, should never be
left to the maid, but should be done
-by the daughter of the house herself.
It should be done with a fine cheese
cloth or linen cloth, or, better still,
with an old silk handkerchief. There
should be neither seam nor hem in
the dust cloth, as any inequality or
hardness is apt to scratch the piano
polish.
Cloudy spots are best removed by
pouring a few drops of benzine on the
dust cloth, and then rubbing lightly
and in the same direction till they dis-
appear. The carved legs should be
dusted with a soft brush, as should
also the rack and other ornamental
trimmings.
To restore the whiteness of the keys
wash lightly and sost carefully, so
no moisture gets into the instrument
or between the keys, with a teaspoon-
ful of hydro super oxide, dissolved in
a pint of water.
The piano should never stand close
against.a wall; if practicable even thbt
upright should stand fully out in the
room. The direct rays of the sun
upon it, dampness and drafts ali
should be carefully avoided. The
piano should be entirely opened once
a month and examined for moths.,
which are apt to establish themselves
inside the felting and so ruin the in-
strument.
FOR MILADY BEAUTIFUL.
Nowadays nearly all women wear
jabots, and among the prettiest is the
grdt,'ftther's frill.
Royal blue golden brown, mulberry
and maize are fashionable colors in
high class costumes.
Embroidered dots of various sizes
are med in dainty ties. The dots may
be white or a color.
Paris has again set the fashion for
fall cravats, the material being a cord-
ed satin or sik.
* Very soft taffeta is being used more
than any other material in the con-
struction of the evening hood.
Cashmere de sole is a material that
is being employed to a great extent
by the smartest dressmakers.
A little touch of white crepe, as a
turn-over at the neck and wrists, is al-
lowed now in the deepest mourning.
Hand-made sterling silver brooches,
set with small amethysts, have three
pendants, set with tiny stones.
Big hats that swoop over the head
and seem to weight their wearers
down with their ponderous size are
popular.
Pearl ropes, long enough to go
around the neck and tie. are finished
at the ends with long 'pearl bead tas-
sels.
Black touched with gold, whether
in embroidery, mousseline, paillettes
or cabuchons, are much seen for eve-
ning wear.
Velvet will be very fashionable this
season, as It. Is a fabric eminently suit-
ed to the clinging directoire styles.
The best furriers are using the little
tails of the ermine as a trimming to
go entirely around the ermine wrap.
Many diagonal stripes are intro-
duced into the series in two shades,
such as dark blue and faint cinna-


To Know That

SWe4' Cocoa


mon brtbwn, purple mad blue, green
and blue, or two sahles of brown.
Many of the hatpins are studded
with amethysts or semi-precious
stones in a shade which echoes the
color of the hat.
In conventional mourning the two
most used materials are dul henrietta
and cashmere de sole, the new silk
cashme re.
One of the pretty ong ties of cro-
cheted silk with tasseed ends, which
may be made in any color, adds much
to a plain waist.
The chic Parisienne Is now ordering
bigh-button velvet-topped, with kid
step and back, for her dressy after-
noon shoe.
Many of the new coats show high
Napoleonic colars embroidered in gold
with cuffs to match the inevitable
plisse muslin or lace jabot.
The vogue of the long coat and the
simultaneous waning of the petticoat's
usefulness are compensatory features
of the present day styles.
With the Irish crochet everybody is
familiar because of its abundant use
in edgings, insertions and medallions
on gowns and waists.
The dealers are making no display
of fans so far, and there are predic-
tions that the fan is not to 'be stylish
the coming ball season.
The high collar has come in again
on fur coats and jackets, and is often
made of a different fur from the gar-
ment on which it is used.
Blue is proclaimed in many quarter"
as likely t- take the lead in color
schemes, and this comes rather as a
surprise, since it was a blqe summer.
Jacket effects, open at the back and
sleeveless, cone In silk and bugle em-
broidery. the Itater in Persian effect
and edged with bugle fringe.
Apropos of barbaric suggestions,
'how startlingly retrograde is the jew-
elry just now, far away ages being
sought for suggestive revivals.
The old-time fashion of slashing
cloth sleeves over plain silk ones and
finishing the edges with long lines of
silk-covered button as returned.
Instead of sHver toilette articles,
many women are now selecting ivory
and imitation ones on account of the
ease with which the latter can be kept
clean.
There is no doubt Oat stripes and
checks, visible dr invisible, are very
much to the fore. The diagonal stripe
is considered perhaps the smartest.
There is a tendency toward the use
of fancy silks in pompadour colorings,
chiefly seen in the fancy waistcoats,
the collars and cuffs of the bodices.
There is something of a tendency
toward severe styles again, but they.
will not arrive until the present rage
for furbelows and frills at the neck
has vanished.
MEALS FOR A DAY.
Wednesday, Nov. 18.
BREAKFAST.
Grapes.
Minced Meat on Toast.
German Hashed Potatoes.
Milk Toast.
Cafe au Lait.
The Journal.
LUNCHEON.
Panned Oysters.
Stewed Potatoes.
Light Biscuit.
Celery Salad.
Floating Island. Cakes.
Tea.
DINNER.
Beef soup.
Rosmt Ribs of Beef.
Browned Potatoes.
Cauliflower, Cream Sauce.
Fried Eggplant.
Cucumber Salad.
Apple CGstard.
Cafe Noir. Cheese.
YOU CAN MAKE BETTER DES-
SERTS
By using the best extracts-Ble R b
bon Lemon or Vanilla. No' desserts
are perfect unless made with Blue
Ribbon.
You will see the girl with the pmr-
ple mash next week.


Purity, Excellency,
Quality Guaranteed.


James McHugh,

Mammoth Grocery.

Phones 105, 1661, 1627.


maBymg and
Sfng is True


You'll realize just what thbs
means by buying here.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
Bulk Pickles, Sauer Kraut.
Herring, Spare Ribs and Pigs
Feet a specialty right now.
Just arrived-FLOWER AND,
FERN POTS-BLACK MUpS"
ANO GARDEN SEEDS.
We also feature Harness,
Crockery, Stationery, Glass, Tin,
Wood and Enamel Wars To-
bacco, Cigars and Fee Stuffs.
You save money paying eash
for cash-bought merchandise at

I-J. L lbtndsso n cia. e.
I12-12 L Intssend a. "om. U.-


The Joaurnaf .Datly


Women kmwI It
isn't necessary to tel
t9m that the best way,
the only safe way, to
wash "fancy work" is
with Ivory Soap and
lukewarm water.

They wouldn't think of

using 'ordinary laundry
soap, or wsw1hing pow-
ders, or rhemicIls,



Ivory Soap

99 434 Per Clent. PuV.



We beg to announce that
we are exclusive and sole
agents in Pensacola for


MANDELBAUM & CO.'S
FAMOUS KANSAS CITY
KOSHER SAUSAGE AND


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MEATS.


&"act Pirker &
Reew -. Co.
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rfHE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING G, NOVEMBER 18, 190W.


^^- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY


hat You Want Someone Else May Have. ak ADVERTISE IT JJa What You Have Someone Else May Want.


Do ARoAINwantS-to stop it'ouESTATE ld $100.00O OR SALE
like to own a home. paying for it oWil a
Shouse to suit yeu, on Jst Hill. and the Buys a Cottage Home in00
best part of the ill, selling same to you Best Residence Section
$1175.00. on. casyemont, payments. In seven
We are offering avery aice -room. one-story dweling c North Alca- $00---or a splendid little farm within 4 years you will own a home and have no, Of East Hill, block from
iastreet, with a tlot ftattIg 41 by 125 feet. OnEast Hill car line. miles of .ity. Comfortable cottage. rent to pay Come in and tell us what O 6-room and hall hous and outhouses, a
Swt a good barn. Fine water and good plan you want, and we will tell you what car ne 6 rooms new
$1800.00 soil. Easy terms to right party. It will ost U. car6 rooms, new, peach and e orchard, on 40 acres of i
Can buy a. ie-alrTy ddwel.ing on North Reus street. near Gadsdenb ,a ct
"edat. s atan p'et w50 1 lit "Xotx2feet. This Isiseted fyFolar on four cottagesn in West $10,000 to lend on im- bathland one-quarter of a mile, southwest of Rob
tew eays at thi lTya rice. a 10gro.und for raising a garden. chick- proved property say co.nectons,
$2100.00. r ns. etc. $10.00 cash and $10.00 per foot front and side gal- An Investment.
Will gt a very nice h on DVllr street near regory stet. of ot ler South front. Large We have for sale at a sacrifice to ruht part. a large gas
S Meemo. with a ,st 64x1 feet. CsmverAmt tl My car Sine. ley. So""1 t Large blindfai lB
__e___wt_ .*blind factory and planing mill, situated at Bagda and Pensacol
Fire Ie urance, City Maps. Leslie E. Brooks CO. lot. The balance like plant uto-date in every way and can be purchased on ver
Aggg ileget BeMing. )terms.
( ncor prated.) rent. Don't slave for rs

HOOTON & WATSON, BROWN REAL ESTATE E AND INSURANCE your landlord. THE fISHER REAL ESATE A
| THS RENTAL AGENTS." FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. S
Le.adin Real ftte, Lan and Insurance Agents. OFFICE 5 lots on 16th ave- *TE RENT COLLECTORS"
Sent nng, *Hl--eThrtr dr uRenters." Phone 54. nue Car line the REAL ESTATE. RENTS and LOANS
Second Floor Thiesen B.d I Of oent cheapest property 20, ..... s. pz. >..
Ior 1IC.LXI cheapest property palefex St Phone ST. Peismoeh
.. . --ain this section $1100
A1C"FOR SALE. $25 a month for 2-story,
A. M. M ILLANE. C. N. McCLURE. FOR SAF L-Large assortment of barroom 8-room and hall house with JBO. W .* UOck r, Jr,
furniture-counters. mirrors tables. PHONE 608
Some against in H omhairs. 't.. Seond-han.r Can be bought all modern imprveients, n Rooms 304-6 Thesen Bldng AE


14" wI buy a .c*o 6.r*-sm a.nd hal c.ttase n East Cervantes St. COMFRTS--Blankets and bed spreads tion on Electric Cai Line. ____ ___
d o n a hg. onf weekly or itionthly payments. Phone R
redern h 1117 Cervantes s Large lot. This Is a good No. 91 ad we will send salesmen with The Fisher REstate
gse 1,r tT agsamples. Solomon TFurniture Co. novlf The Fisher Re Estate LOST.
ts A-st Cage at S n tr ebs-t. Large let. $100 dew and AT YOUR OWN PRI Agency. w-o Stre. s. k. cor. Government and Tarf
T PIE-One iP. ___ _______ LOST-Solid gold oval monogram scarf faing LA N. R. R. track, ideal location for wholosal
SNO takes a 6. emctage a en NaeN Reua street. Bath and gas. Large lot. and one 1- H.P. stationary gasoline PiO. **A o Ine side. *L. A. W. oa rent. Price on application.
engine. One 4 H.P. Grey marine motor. on one side. "L. A. W." o.n
BUILDIN S IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. CALL AND SEE one Mitchell motorcycle. one small buff- FOR euil1n, Reward for return 0 300 oun Rt
OUR LIST. ng wheel and stand, foot-power lathe. 300 acres on ant Rosa Sound, Price $1,750.0
COLLECTION OF RENTS A ,11ECIALTY. one Baldridge marine reverse gear and
EY TO LOAN IN AMOUNTN S FROM 11100 UP. one concert graphophone. Ba co & ANTED--One second-han tent about LOST-Pair gold rinimedl glasses in a-. c
Thompson. 10 East Garden St. 15nov rOx&0 feet. also 50 pair good roller Reward for return to; .L. R. lichl. I.. & Tws cottages en Santa Rosa sound. Price on application
skate.s P. O. Box 77, Bagdkd. ]1la. N. freight office. I1%no%:;tv
MI M ILL A M KtJEUBI W IR'FOR SALIE-2-arwe farm, 3q miles west ,i7-o-lw* STRAYED OR STOLEN from Burl Bay- 32,000 acre vir"l ple, will cut 75 million feet pne, 2
road and quarterola hal-mile from uthe of Lattle STORE FOR RENT-104 Eat Wright St news' stable at Big Bayou. a double- Cypress. Price, $3.00 per acre.
bayou. All tnder ultivation and under No better location in tI city. Thi; breasted dark bay horse, tail and main
REAL ESTATE, RENTS AND LOANS. d h o ardnongstore is te last hance n t block. Fine bobbed, both ar clipped. Reward for 20,000 acres Timber and Turpentine privileges ony. Th
Svnes, several good pecan tre, ve- ation for a ood t rkt mr- return to 710 W. ln l acres. Balance can be retained ten y
rNo. W. In nd iaSt. Phone 271. -oomi house., with hai and gallery all chant-tailor. m;Illnery or aw other bul- LOST-Friday night. a hlt h.klo. be-
o.9We 1.iround, water pump on gallery. Apply ness not at present located on property. t-ora ht, a belth Palafbe
around. water, pump on gallery. Appse For partk-ulars apply Brig iHouse, 104 tween opera house and Nort I Palafox
W Archer, 1309 W. Jackson ovlw* East Wright St., or Hooto & Watson St. Reward for return to Sol Cahn& 7,000 acres virgin pine, lid body, 3.50 per acre.
--- O. l Call around and let us sell you a Kupfrian Park lot. The
FOR SALE-Try a barrel of rosin chips. FOR REXIT- LOST-$2..00 In ive dollar bills. Liberal
Best for a quick and good fire. Special A warehouse with priv e sidetrack. reward for return to Room 510 Blount a sample of the good things we have to offer.
price on lts of five or more. Phone 56. Stores ast Garden st. near Palafex, building. 1:mv List your property wit hu- E GET RESULTS.
Slnovlm* S. WV. order TZarra and DeVil- LOST-On Wednesday. Nov. 4. near
liers. $50.0. l Brent's. a young female setter dog.
TWO L PS In New City, five minutes 317% Sath Palatox, upstairs, pool Lemon ears and two -nn spot$ near end
walk from ear line. A bargain. See us room. $30.1. of spine. Answers to namen of Baby
Sat once for a home site cheap. Leslie E. Gadsd-n a:d 6th aven. $10. Lou." $5.00 reward for return to my
We have a customer fr a 7 to 8 Brooks Company. 17novlw* 104-106 South Tarrago a St.. $20.00. store.'Cor. Romrnna and T Iarragona Sts. ON L A Ot
roOlm modern house on North Hill. Suite of 4 offices 2nd oor, PalafoxSL NotCworhthe price, but I want her. I.'
The Pa, ard lad Company, 212 FOR SALE-One Fay-Shoales Typewriter, entrance. $3D.00. J.unningham. 2no
practically new.-LOST-Money by not seeing Th! Saun
Blount Buliag,. Pbhoe 120. PensacolaFla. dl Box A t s egory 22 REAL ESTATE
I 19 S. Raden, $ 0. ders Mill Company before purchasingR
TFOR SAL--Timbered lan4s in large or Fishervl! modern, 17.50. material in the builders' supply lin,. "'29
small tracts. Southern Real Estate and 519 W. Gregor, $22.- E. Garden St. nvltf
Investment Co.. Plomaton, Ala. oct3tf 1113 N. th avenue $19.00. LOST. STRA O STOLN-one 224-226 Brnt Building. Ph

ana treet. sept^OtfP 2121 av* oral reward for return I.", ar. Btrrra_____________reward__for__return__t___W_0.____
1ts 30 1W.Nort a $3.00.neau. R. F. D.. Cottage 1HilL Fla. -loetlm
FOR SALK-40 well broken work steers. JOHN N. IjAY.. ----
iWANTEDtf HELP WANTED. average weight about 1200 lbs each. and! East Garden St.
WANT D l HE P WA T E" I good milchi cow. See. or address J. M. PERSON AL
Williams, Cor. 8th Ave. and 13th St. FOR RENT. PERSONAL.
WANTE)D-F'.-ople toe know that the WANTED-Two ladies to canvass the clti 14novlw* Dwellings (Nortt H iL..)- ITCHES MADE. $1.5)0; i pff. $1.00;
,htrnon Furniturre Co.. sells j noforts, on alary. Call Watson, Parker & 2-story dwell North llill. 10 SWITCHES MADE. $1.50; r puffw, $1.00;e
li 6lkets. and b d spreads on easy pay- Reese Co.. Mrs. M. E. Cook. Knovlt* FOR SA LE-Paper-shell pecans, fresh rooms ......... .................. .$70. rats 25 and 50c. from your own comb-,
Imtl i n pa18novIm and of best quality. **2.e per pound, any 2-story dwel g. %Nrth Guille- ing1 or nman hair furnished. Laura
u'""-nts VWANTID-A white girl about fifteen quantity. Phone 1014. W. E. Acosta. 10th mard. 1i rooms a..... ............. 50.00 .Whorlh. 5.50 N. Davis. courer LaRua. a
.' years old for housework, to stay on avenue and 13th street. novl4tf 2-story dwel g. Nyth Palafox. Phone 13=5. Slotlm*
l'eANTsD-e-o borrow a$50. llihn ptmiss at night. for family of two. .o rooms ......... ........ 45."o
to pay 10 ,per cent. God security. tss Kehoe, 221 W. Cervantes. Phone FOR SALE-The best grade of Alabama Dwellings (W EnMd.f .C A OF
Addr-es P. O. Box 245. Iw-aovs 8.50. 15nov3t coal at $6 per ton. Jellho at $7. No. 320 Barcelna. S rooms ,:5.0;, MISCELLANEOUS.
SPrompt delivery. Stratton lee Works. No. 508 Garden. 6 rooms .... 25.0R
SiTION WANTD by v LL man 1who WANTED--A thoroughly competent and l4novtf No. 517 Barcedna. S rooms "..00 th
OSATION WANTED by yrungmi n experienced salesman at once. P. O. No. 521 Garden, 7 rooms .... 20.00 carrNTiag- nd loay s to bring the Ja. ir bug-M.
has a 8 year opratical experience in Bx 17, Pensacola. 1novlto FOR SALE-Four-room house near Mrs. No. 402 Intend-ia. 7 rooms 0. ias and t t Th Ja
ateanm. laundry and elec-ti-al engineering. xa. Alorgan's, "All Bay.' 165 feet front on No. 518 t Romana. -. rooms .. 12..- J.inson ('a rria \ works to Ib. repair.-d at
(eed re,.onmmendations. Will take any- WANTED--A bookkeeper familiar with Pensacola Bay. Fine shade and many No. 42.6; t Romnanf. 4 room... I., r.asonahl. pri.'s. for tir st-class work.
taIng r-easonable. Address E. 1-. 0.. Care the wholesale grocery business. Must bearing .tig and peach trees. Price, $600 Four-r dwelling at FishervIlle 10.00 Car. Main ali Ha ltain Sts., Old Hudson
Journal. 15novlw* be sober and willing to work. Address cash. Phone $49 or write P. 0. Box "B." Dwellings ast End.) Building. l(now l
WANTi--Tu borr-ow 00 on real .tat. Box "'Q." City. 14novlw Pensacola. SnovZw* No. 114 t Romana. 10 rooms .. 30.06 N TH HILL G ENlERY-Flowers for
security worth $6010. Address P. 0' V.ANTFID-arriers wanted at The Jour- FOR SALE'--One black mare with har- No. 41 t Gregory. : rooms ... 1 .00 ll ocasions. Cry.anthernums. Carna-
ox G. Pensacola. lonytf nal office. Apply Circulation Dept. n*-ss and Bahcock buggy. Also young No. "2 t Intendencia. 6 rooms 1>.0X tO St and Roses. 91 signs a y plet.-alt.f
--. I Jersey cow. Horse can be bought without No. S t LaRua. roms ... 13.0 Pea .ent. t
]BOOKKEEPER with ten years -perienlee WANTED-Rallway mail cl *rks: customs buying the buggy. Call at 1000 North Al- No. 1i t Wright, 5 rooms .... FLOWERS-Orders taken for al
wants position. Box 131. Graeville. e-nployees, clerks at Wanhlngton. Corn- caniz St. novl3tf Stor#* ces and Halls in all parts cas ons, partlelarly for wedndig and
iNa. i."nov'w mencement salary $8O.00. No byoffs. of the t r f.ins Mis lailar R 1ng an
Many examinations soon. Preparation DID Y ILt SAY WOOD?-I sell it in our gents Blount Building. fnerals. Miss IeilaB. Reese, 51
WANj'EI.-Positlon Ej bo-i eepr with fre. Write immediately. Franklin In- mill ard. foot of 10th avenue. at 4 1 Baylen. Phone "'-.2. "22oct
t yersra experIence. A. P. W-ood. tith*e, 25. Rochester. N. V. Rnov-ni* a load--all that one horse can haul. 40-. OTON & WATSONI
Omacellor. Ala. 1 anov3t* Good short wood ready cut, for stove, I IF YO! oASTeiD a hd"i carrag andL
WANTXD---Eery man. woman and ehild grate or fireplace., lay In a good aupp ; HE RENTAL AGENTS." rnatcht horst.s for a wedding or to g.!
WANTED-To let the DuMie know that In Persacola to k ow about the at before prie goes ^ ip and thermometr Call d Inspect Our Lists. Phone 54. calling, w her would you go to get thern-
we are equipped with electric machinery (closing out sale we are having in clot i-nj es down. Send a dray. Flowers. at r 1 Pen acoa Livery Stable, or g
sa eply first-ias mUt. nks ftor doinging and go rla merchandi. n. Gren-. phone 4K.. will haul you a big load. J. O. FOR T--Large bri-k ware ouse on Phone y. Octl tg
t .carriage .work and repair at bl^tt, 129 InteencLa Sat. 3o(-tim Walker. Agent. noUitft Rl street. Apply to Ja. g. ML CO. Sal
5ee abic prices. .Tap. U. Johson, (ar- -l nv A. H. MeLEOD & CO. Salimakers-Can- .
Works, Cort. Bayb Main. Old WANTED-WMustlers. ladles or gentlemen. LARGE LOT COR. CHASE AND DE- FOR NT-Store building on S. weights. Large supply of Awning Goods,
T n building. 15novw* to canvas for useful household articteles. VILLIER STS., MOR QUICK SALE o Zarragossa and Baylen streets Tents. Roots, Hammecks. etc., always in
WATD-urs for 1Q kelie no. d i enoey Apply 310 AT $1800. JXO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR- Appl eM l lan & MeClure, 9 W. Inten- stock. 708 South Palafox. 1 aug
Stratton Ie Weorks. nov14tf DEN ST. de St. Phone 271. oct27tfMERCHANTS TRANSFER CO.. Thor. .
WANTED-Carriers wanted at The Jour- --'- _- -- -- NT Thorsen. Prop.. solicits all kinds of
VWE WANT to make your stencils and nal lice. Apply Clrculation Dept. FOR S LE POR RENT-My home fur- moving and hauling. Furniture packed
keys. and do any kind o ctrical or nished or unfurnished. cnsiting of una Street .................... 00 for shipment. Furniture stored. Office
gnehAxni. al repraiing. Barraca & Thomp- REPRESINTATIVES to soltelt. exclu- block 2:.0, New City Tract. Cor. 16th St. Intendena Street ......... $.00 Pone 97. Depot phone "04. 21Jnetrf PO LA O
asmn, 10 E. CGaien St. lhone 619. 20Sept savely or side Itne, the Baloon. Drug and 14th Ave. (No. 1400 Ieakevlew Ave.,. S. Tarragona Street .......... $10.0 FOUND. P NSACOLA E
rAgTED--Koda deMlopig and print- for a strasht Kentucky Whiaky Kuaran- block. Terms easy. Address .. C. Pebley. oan street............. .3 MONEY TO LOAN. COMPA
ing at Johnson'a Boot Rtore. 1enov1i* teed under the Pure Food Laws and 213 Arizona St.. El Paso, Texas. nov7tf Palaex street ...............540.00 Tsl PLACK to buv comfetf. blankets
A tY YtIne.M of Epe rthand ena-e, pltal pr s. An easy seller. Write FOR SALE-Several head mules, all in p Hea se lassfpetret. WE I e nt1more.soncy r -tee al first _n .rLeae pnvm
apert dae ort ltesons aTerrs quick for prices, territory, etc. Box ~94. good working condition. $65 and Hip. tina Hel.1- rooms..........t60.00 o estateIn an amount romt 1e.n up.t re NT


i -oeSl-St**efyo-or oe, or BOARD AND ROOMS. -d rd.on ao MARKE' REPORT. ".. ::::
eus C "ac- a on Bae- ovingDton Kentucky. 2firctl tm* Come erearly if you want a bargai. Gar- ,r. ZAvenue and 1Sth street..$1g.00 it work for you. The Fisher Rel tate : "0 a. men .... .
rP. Box 5nbe .of "ity. near bay front. Terms vie-y Garden street novltf J07 N. Reus Street n ..... ... .... $. .1- 00 on first mortgaes on improved city prop- 10e-15 at m .........
eJturnstl. nov~" .7:1.6E. .:00 a. m...............

OANTI-ON ae mItanaoner shipping clerk tor B AND ROOMS FOR SALE-ThoroughNce famly hokile and runh e ant Street r .......... 5.0 t h PENSACOLA COTTON MARKa. i:5 ...............
last. Twenttko years ex clter. t d se heap, ash, doors ad o7 East Cervnte ... rh eto.tnot MA Palafou. Tettn lowin rpEort i furniEPOR. daily net f or-.

references. Address D. B. Page, Flor- ROOMS for r.,nt, furnished for light Livery Stables. novltft E. Intendencia Street ..... ...$. f.,r TI' J..m-rnaI by Marks & G;ayle-. F. O. :310 r m.
al Ala. .5nov1m housekeeping. aboard. Fo blocks from PalaAe. on -ar FOR SALE--On account of leaving the 1307 E. Strong St rt......... 31:.. $O.NE aonal property on short notice. r- t ; .m i-i.t .addalinr .................... 21-14 p. m..
THE EAaT' HILL BARER 8HOP. Co'. line. 401 E. Gregory. 17novlw ity 1 nill sell my home with all fur 10 Eat Strong Street ... ....... 0 terms. Suburban lots s on easy pay. i'*t .Mliddling....................815- : p.3 m..............
th avenue and Wright street. olicitsiing. complete. E. Greenlatt. 13Ecor. th avenue and Jak.i.n t i .. i met. J. B. y 2 W. a ia. Mi .......................... 1 4:15 m Sat.
si patronage. htdrepn epe"al in- Three furnished rooms fur r.ent. nit.d Intvnden-ia ht. 3octld Cor. 10th avenue and 21st St N00;n ... ete str. t low middling ..............8 7-1 p. m Sat. In. 5:4
vlted. Good re taken. Chas. a, or lt husekeepin.. App at .Lar -room ho,- ..1 .... hore ra estate and :- p. m. 5:4- p n :20
pisgitieter. 5novrm wrltht. ei O FOR SALE OR RE.N-Seabreeae cotta t Fishervillh. with le,.tri ,< -th pelonal property In the city o Pe- NAVAL STORES. 70 p p m.
.--- ... on Santa Rosa sound. Good outbulld tNerl '_ s;,l,,acela on short notice. Terms easy. J. ,.uv-,-,,. Gi. NoTv. 17.-=Tlie fullowll 3:p. 7:1 p. mn. S:O




JSSL ^D- owny t do I otr Govern ment St. 1 ,o-lw. 3i- and b t. ulE nbaure l and. Agency BRIG. S HOLSr. Kust ,lt stwt... 3 .ar. t, nal .o; uotamtstran Barsr
ot alD~E'er. e lttokw tha Oe N-Larus ,hu.td oS.r 3oct ..IhEd unfurnished. 2 s-rOCTOt houses ie8s ft1100h: 4:. n 4 te-tna d
O \\'pi; W..ERODen : TOY ROD roet....... ............. ............ 11:0The Pensa. 9:ola-BI0 BayI


....."-h t t r l n wm "c in-.'. eah Tr s et-. Addres PEOiLE. are finding out every day that y t.yan it bu.iin.. tl teitr l os to A eto ider. lntakilng FOR eR'T-Two .oumwt-tmig 'r BM sorle, .. i. nhi tl CFineyard. Contoe Te he Journal's Want Columns are all conrn:'.tiations at l- rigs Hrose Wua tn,- tk-.a. lirn. Local freight leaves Pel
crothetted noveties. M t. n southern exposure, with nice fan:ill.. ::% ., or apply to C:-de Blmeley y that is claimed for then Why not try lisous- itl thie .ity. .s1! omIsitee rooms and re 7:15 ave.
warts, 15 ,Saut LoRua SLt. S3Ktlni* N. AlcantI, between Wright and H -iniont Tracing S.toit. Seoc them and get what you want? nicie furnimle. H ,,n ,< n .sav :d aT.
WANTEDr-All kinds of second-hand streets. 13novlw* OR SALE---Karm of :..o acres, 10 ,- -- l4w rat,.s lad to sob.r,. d't.-rablv. Sr Jal. .30D. J
socks. Bring them to us; ahip them toROOMS OR RT wit rie from Pensacola. Price $15100. Ad Te by tie W'-" A--- AT .w* T.rough freight leaves
us. Telephone via; write to us.CornerEDaUCATIONAL- -
GlTaen and Aleanis str Telephone light house g. btl V n I 0 BO Pen la, Fla EDUCATIONAL. .ClW TIENR 'SO RT--Th-.. 'Old Mill" In--l.-1:1 -p. n
N46. 334. Y. S. Mellen&CAept phone. Terms reasonable. P'lione 14,7. -. on ba sl. t minlnut ts ride omn i M A. BAERM& CO. SUNoY -O.
sO 4. ". 8. ]fSlen & Ca pt or apply 116 East Romana stre*-t. 1in --ovi m FULL CONSERVATORY -CO-RSE. Nor- on electric car line, will be open for the First carsvR fC .steE
WNfo1losne*,---- ----re--mal method. Theory. Harmony. Peda- winter Oct. 1. A!l modern cont'eniences. SeAi s T Stl e ear : m
WATMEP -A h= foa r lotsa s at HlOLD NE'WPAPl= er a m*at tklag--gi- --c-- s. tudent* qualified for teaching.. Address Miss TLillie Tay lor. "Old Mill" Turpentine
JAr s, 7 tal t. leepttt flee at ve cts a bundle. -Certificate awarded. Phone 847. Madame Inn, Pensacola, Fla. Pnwie $88. 2et +nraCa. Pt. S 'tw
irrD~t--r aris tsr frtosa meat yFOR RE Tr-One or 'two unfur:ished LOST-A ood opportunity 1o rent or ex- MANUFA
1ANT O vrdSOe. tore h te=Gt rooms. half-blMoc from postomer Sit- AND POULT IS ANM. of Ciiago. will receive Ci or ell what you have. unle Freight car win
Sy. *as Mst Meat e a able for light housekeeping. Apply .N. p pils in voe,. ,uw and beginners yo advertise I in 'The Journal's want a Pet la at
eg. P eoe 1151. 'iEept5 is West GoverneLt St. 13no Iv* .n piano study. 209 North Spring Street. coET LL
tronlsa lasept 60444400000090* I Phone AlA. 3novm* _
WA"N'tD-Y--,Ter- r r Y TOU HAVT aaytig ftor rent why not P n 1EVERY HOTEL in W-est Florida and r ws ng to
y94 wait. a dvertise it Inthesecolumns? Every-EGGS are Egls) Ctakey's lA U ...South Alabaima should carry a small ad
Ue is sreto seit. EGGS are Eggs) toeetlve, In this column. Th cost, 13only SLWa
lao sure to see ItN EGGS ae E ggo is x. 3 -er on'th fmr faur lines orloss
50L fli Ro)g %T-TWo nicety furnished rooms F *CO.. "o J APALACIHMCOILA. .' an 9idgy af, S.te
W M I a 4f wants Y- tin nice famiy. close to business center. FGGS FOR SETTING-From rd FULLE tOTELe Apalachlcola. Oldest T MIawi ru
it"11 SKA ly No. 204 West oana street. Black Minorca. Nerthu mS and establihe hotel n city: free batw.s NOTICE OF REMOVAL. t
S--'octm BarYred Rocks. "The drvets." best service. Rates 31.50 and $:.00. Spec- PNMA CL T
FOR RENT Prar klhed or unfurnished Pa PulBox J5.dsT. 14TTrand -T. ov ll rates by week- S. Jenkins. Prep. 15J NOTICE OF REMOVAI.-I have leased LA L W
S-fr r*room, ithe and eastern ex- _________________ _____ e store. No. 101 North Palafox St.. .
posa"ure. h 1 Sadbiat, mto adeirable ... for 3 y I-ars. I .shall be glad to see all my A W "b f
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S PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNG, NOVEMBER 18, 1908.


r- reet .merchant, who was arrested
r' .a fd y by Police Officr Gilmore. The
To r Warm mnDn 01Su 10e J was called yesterday, but was
~ Bat R om contianvNl until this morning-
Mrs. H. Harmon, wil of Capt. Har-
W- -h lkof the Salvation Army, who trip-
3M R "CAIN JNOW'RAY =Md fell about half way down the
"Is pleasing millions tairs from the second story of the
SA 6 is a. ea m I isad l W n oSalisbury building Saturday evening.
Dailyy" Why not you? Iable to be up and around at her
STHEY a oo NOT CoME UNER THE Quality produces qual- home on East Government street.
b ingMl- T f y iom ACT PROHIBITING BAiN6d RE- ity. We guarantee that w Y.. Graves, a member of the innrm
e!IJL..E Lii SM.. a. h CEIVING COMPENSATION, AC- each can of our Jackson. |O Graves, Tatum & Co., of DeFunlak,
: ^ T- m l a ma le d it -s a CORDING TO OPINION RECENT- Square has uniform i e i .
*'ti w6 i a merit Now 25 cents at Allie Riera. who is now at Hogtown
i f 7 I W a LY RENDERED IN WASHINGTON i. w 2 bayou on a hunting trip, is reported
your grocer. "Ask the to have killed 250 ducks ia one day
Sman.' at that place, 12 of the number being
The following from the Army and canvass backs.
.m S-r Navy Register will be read with In- T t *. a c
l terest here, where the marine band The two catch basing at the corner
is frequently called upon to play: of Main and Palafox streets, which
U Tha Mlarine Corps band win in the formerly carried off the water from
S-U future be free to play for compenea- Palafox street, have been rendered
tion without regard t& the statute pro- Ltd., New Orleans, La. j useless by the filling in of the aban-
S. . e ." riding that navy bands or members Lewis Bear Co., downed ditches at te above location.
td -ereof shall not receive remunera- Lw e This will render necessary the con-
LiM i m w ntion for furnisling masic outside the necton of these two basi.i with the
1W 16 &LA11r | limits of military posts when in com- sewerage system.
petition with local civilian musicians. e e
a lM W I w. U MBie IM This is the effect of a decision ren- Those who anticipated hearing the
-.1A 9 11 R t m T dired by the attorney general. - Rev. Dr. Niles lecture on a trip
Attorney General Bonaparte has de. through the Canadian Rockies tais ev-
i- -. cided that the marine band is not a ening will be disappointed to learn
-e navy band and therefore is not amien TERSELY TOLD. that the same has been postponed un-
Thin TJBI Iiirl able to the amendment put on the last til early in December. On account
.M -a 116. navy appropriation act of May 13, -"L V of several counter attractions, those
ila Gi 's a &m 1908, which provided that avy bands having the matter in charge decided
Sa .mi" i may not furnish music outside of mil- Hon. Henry S. Chubb, chairman ot Oe this course, and advise intending
itary posts when such engagements the republican state central commit- patrons that due notice of the date oi
e E W l l would place the bands in compeUtlion tee, and Capt. A. Paul, both of the the lecture will be given later.
my. vr.o. Ew with private or local musical organiza- land office, are in the city in attend-
gammti tlon. The decision was made on the ance upon the United States court. THE BEST BAKERS
youon I _a ___d 3 & application of Secretary Metcalf and * The best confectioners, the best ho-
0- & r .2 was received with decided ma lifesta- M. King, of Freeport, is among the tels, the best iousekeepei q all use
udb o n= ~ *gdli anggi gtions of pleasure in official circles business visitors in the city who are Blue Ribbon Vanilla.
o -and also among the members of the registered at the Merchants.
Marine band. The band will hereaf- * The Girl with the purple Mash is
Steer be permitted to conduct its egu- Fred Hoisington, of Gaintsvllle, is coming.
____B_-___lS_ l _____l lar concert tours and to play In va- in tae city on a business visit.
f rious parts of the country wherever Shot Granulated Plug Cut
SI 8 Antemi Span. bk, Rcura, 1242, it may get an engagement. C. R. Davis, white, chafed with il-
Bavana to master. licit distilling, was brought here yes- without a rival for smoking
A3IL Oavaim1e ]Fratelln. Ital bk, Rittore, \A Hairs redth Esanpe. terday by Deputy United States Mar- qaities 10c a can at
1443, 1enoa to ster. Do you know that every time you shal Hudsoi from Chipley and locked c a can at
have a cough or col and let it run on up in the county jail. perial Cigar Stores. .
a M *alding it wil Just EM itself you * *
are invitag- i nt e1cmm ptim Roger Owsley has raised a second The Journal delivered at
or some other pua-onr-y trouble? crop of pears on his trees thil. year
Don't risk it. Put your lus back in and yesterday he exhibited several your door, 10c a week.
S M perfAect l health ad stop that oh of them atThe Journal office. While
-REC VES p WKh Bellard's HoralaUZId Syrup. Florta is prolifc in the production of
SPrice 26c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. t7e pear aad other similar fruit two CREW NOTICE.
--rriIsd rPLU-MI acri by W. A. creps in one year is unusual. Neither the Captain, Owners
121 .I Palafk r~~o .-st- t,, Allen Muir, a lumber manufacturer sponsible for debts contracted
1 of Baldwin, county, Alabama, spent by the Crew of said vessel.
-ns TLm.MN Nlt several days in this city recently. GULF TRANSIT CO., Cata In.
000-t--fC. IL of A. Hall. MuL b y Consignees.
___ -_--,_ L JfOUBRNjALW af C. C. of A. Hl. MitO bV tDe E lddie Green charged with being a C
APPo.NTw OL...Sg O WWERIOR Barrios Ombhestra. Admission 35 vagrant, wassentenced to thirty days CREW NOTICE.
S...... t I A cenq I I A ts; lades free. In Jail yesterday by the city recorder. ether the Captain, Owner
COURT IN ENGLE, MD HAS AS. F. A. BOGHICH, JR., a nor onsipnees of the British
J.. SMINED CS OA OF l NEW J. ON. The maximum temperature at Pen- re as or debts contract- w
Managers. sacola yester y was 65 degrees at y the Crew of said vessel.
DUTIES. 12 noon, while the minimum was 44 PEN-ACOLA LUMBER CO., Captain.
Th .T .ter ..Nm BTar- $50 Reward. degrees at 4:3 a. a. Last year on Consignees.
.. -", The Fisherzana's Benevolent Associ- the same date maximum was 69. CREW NOTICE.
Sat m -. nrn nt I n action offers a reward of $50 to the par- degrees and the minimum 52 degrees. Neither the Captain. Owners
J rl v 111111 ...... 1 .1 e ty or parties instrumental in the re- The average w imn for this date nor Consignees of the British
Se t Tf Peacola cover of the body of H. F. Geele, who it 69 degrees the average mini- steamship Manchuria, will be
"iJ4 w10111-"1. a"d 4v 'aFW A a linat"ype was drowned Nov. 12th between the mum 54 dre the Crew o said ebte.ntract
.th I lInted quaratine station and Deer Point. WM. JAS. TAYLOR.
S '- eI*ineMquara on anD ee Po' i Marion Clutter,o the Clutter Music JOHN. A. MERRITT & Co.. Captain.
1W "Y 7 The Wormi of the New House, lent last t for Panama City
t et oe At aM.dE.ChurchAssoition Marianna. CREW NOTICE.
M.aE.the=- i A' I of JMr. Lath M Church AssoCtion Neither the Captain. Owners,
t he Innya M nte i of Will sell at SoL n's store a ues George ils, cored, crged nor Consignees of thle British
iWO* Of11W selatol.eorgsTes-Wlliams,cloredchargedsteamship Maltby, will be re-
Willtbe na Is caorin Willd sel at e CnsdyN storondue with threatening, was fined $25 and sponsible for debts contractedd
at t~ ~ ~e ~ ~ t-vim n bef__m u in secu.ing it. ~l Wednesday, Nov. 24 05 costs In the Ncor'des court yester- by the crew of said vessel.
W mL The 0,u __rm 0 Minrigha m Cakes,. Pies. Chicken Sad and ome- y e dy. u M. A. FESKER.
* "N ewmezIns tl hett : "n: made Jellies and Preserves. Yut * JOHN A. MERRITT & CO.. Captain.
Tbe ItaS.t ip Walpt9la &atw 'Jmes H. th Is e crkof the patronage will be appreciated. Lawrence Bryant, colored, was sen- Consignee.
40_v9sterdaUM o t. 1 U a ted-quai-y tenced to ten days In jail yesterday CREW NOTICE.
UI recorder'scourt the charge Neither the Captain. Owners
in te recorder's court the charge nor Consignees of the steam-
in porThe stake y abrokenbebk& Mea ing Judge Campuel of assault. Mark Young, also colored, s hip Coya. will be responsi-
prit. beotithe W. 4 posids'II red e^ *Jne s tacourt UNLOAD1IN I rcha rge. the rew of said vesse.
aMmMer to thi 1tar s o 1 t, | chJarge. WILLIAMSON.
S~7u- -of t t et @&2 t DtI teNt Gwill THEaO o tGULF TRANSIT CO.. Captain.
by. a new ea. it lltt adot hemooertb ell"fo r jgal forts to the police station in the
The pk Af ISea h n barred |Jm | ||- prmr UI patrol wagon, several days iago, was
v Jofrdhe is unable to be on duty., The rsol- m i Avrt *
SLlU E OF 80 18 BEING E dier was sentencedtoe thirty days in
The stp u.amW- --- -- --o N TRA E OFM CA i BENG a lb. y the recorder.
tor at Anew a .r D. -u |i YORK-CREWS WORKING BOTH and costs by Recorder Johnson yes-
Sterday for carrying an ronl cslub con i
Lh Ar. i NIGHT AND DAY IN ORER TO sealed. He was also fined 4 and wa-
Blat e 1 to A. ~ lf101 a& RUSH THE TRIAL SHIPMENT curl g and using obscene ;ITIS.
LI1T Op 111 g peT <. M Ig Cgt$ ICTEO ON Thirty-one cas were docketed for Rua ui c A. o o. -
Weahride. M, THE CN O ILLIT NI T Workmen in the employ of the trial in the recorder's court yesterday. .sa oa l ge 1N.4" F PA.
174,rS3Sder.a to A. T O ILLICIT 018- Louiaville & Nashville rnalroad are Thirty defendants were found guilty,M ,.. Thursday, N-ovmber 19th, at
14Teresa, Aus o o 'aldli TII. ,h WutMO TW OVTHER busily engaged in unloading the GI- ene ease was continued, and fines : o'clock. visiting brothers
STrSe oas, IMtS, Tr irate of soda cargo of }e British amounting to $275 were .ssessed.. H. FLEETWOODa
M MTblStr. Br Its wlor. WERE AR*ITB 0Y NTHOE AM steamer Coja. which entered last c * C. E. SHACKLEFORD. W.
Breaes J ". AMerrift C UE week from Chill with the frst hpD G. H. Scharffner and IH. Armsong, Secretary.
Coy S. WUAo 13.eT P,- CHARE YaTBROAY. men of this character to pas through of the Mobile Register, are in the city F. & A M.
eLua. Chill, to OBaf Tr Mit C. cthol port. on business. Special common. action of Escam-
Baklrtron BrIk __, ais for- The vessel ,s lying at the L. A N. * bla Lodge. No. 15, F & A. M.,
R W R o P t V3t S .he UWtAS .tWtes oNV rt yester- wOrfN whereTorces are e e rhe first person to wbe tried in the W lrk Inmhen Fu C i D ene 0'si- U
RChas., L .,ee. S Udy 9?Pt diW, Chs. both n eihtanddy t ndihaeeml o t le re order's c court for a violation of the brother N er Fnvi.
144W, Cardie to 0lt TraMet Co. mows, a white Lu, wes arraigned cargo. It is behtg shipped to various ordinance which makes it cnlawfil to h W. r. 9ATShON.
Br. s u. Bark Rio Ja 23er to H the hM et Ileit istlling. being points where Grace & Co., the import- burn trash in the fire limits without a E. J. QUIGLEY wi. M.
Gulf Tri tit CO. the t defedant to be arraigned ers, have o brach horses hut most of Secretary.
HUngMe, Br s. WsIla, 1i. for trial at 0s terN. The jur re a the car.o i w for New Yore, Chicaso VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
Dakar to South Atlantic Ste hi trned a verdict of gulty as charged PlaepshiGa. A FAT BABY Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Associa-
C r. oo SoB nsa hae no"yet eten sentenced. The steamer brought 4,230tons ad Usually Evidence of Proper Feeding. tions meets at Knights of Columbus
Vivlna. Span as AGrolerum. 216 n the case of J. W. West, who is w i w ctsted that the iihl rieP r-n t b te Hall the first Friday in eact month
Liverpool, to Gulf Trat Co Crged with making a false claim ment proves satisfactory o the rlo, Babies grow very rapidly and if trey at 7:30 p. m. -
h. L r for. mileage, ettoraeys for the dnfndc all other shipments will be made do not get the right khnd of food the> J .N. ANDREWS.


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Better Light, Better Trade
A maxim tried ana true. Merchants who want
better trade this year than last should have better
light. People flock to the store that has the most
brilliant light.
WELSBACH GA$ ARCS
Wil do the work better and cheaper than any
other lighting agency. We want to talk to you about
the light question.
PENSACOLA GAS COMPANY
Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.

,PON


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DEPOSITOR


Of the First National Bank, please accept this as
a cordial invitation to become one. Our relations will
be mutually profitable. More than twenty-eight
years in the banking business in Pensacola has given
us knowledge of business affairs and conditions that
is invaluable to our patt os.


First National Bank


of Ppnsecolq, Florida.


Designated Depository of the United States
W. H. Knowles PreIMeM W. K. Hyw, Jr., Vie-PreMent and Ca.twer.
Thee.W. Oren% AWL CmM'S 6 W. N. Rb, AssN%. Caho .
Noieesls-F. C. r wnt. W. .A. mmlet, W. N. Knwles., W. K. Nyr, an
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Pensacola Bank & Trust Co.


T. A. JENNINGS,
President.

F. E 3aMwne,
O0lver Jernagan, jr.
0o0e. JL. Lapl.ng*.
Lap Mayor,
T. A. Jennings,


Capital $200,00.00
CARL H. JERNAGAN
VIce-Pr idemt and Caehlie
DIRKCTOIR


M. L., Rech,
The&. F. West.
Wa L. Mesr.,
J. R. Shemake,
Carl H. J*wnasa,


J. R. Je"nings

J. A. Wright,


WE DO A GENERAL BA-KING AND
BUSINESS.


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A Dollar Saved
Is a Dollar Made


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and we pay you for saving-interest on
Ell deposits. Begin with a dollar, and
add to it weekly or monthly. Arrange foi
your vacation trip next year in this way,
and you will hardly mis the small
amounts. In case of need you have
money in the bank subJ6ct to your order
at any Unme. Come in, and we'll talk it
over.


designated Depository of the United States.


CbAa. W. lAMer. 31L ]I Cark. Jan. Pfelffau,
Prowsii. VUge..pWa CSM11 AintCash or.


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AMOLCMda


IF YOU ARE NOT


Niobe. Ital ship. Bo, 143U, Meote. ant entered a demurr-r to the indict- taroughu ensacola. grow backwards instead of forwards; ABE DANIELS. President. .
video to Roessco Bros. aeant, wich was argued. Judge Shop that is, when their food is not nour- Secretary.
nt hd.JdgeShepSShot Cut ati eY grow thin and cross ad
Majorca, Nor ship. A aee, pard took the matter under advise Shot P g Cut atisfieS g they grow thin and cross ad DAUHT OF
BueaWA Ayes to A. ZeIu. mIeat, and will probably annomce ,his however used. 10c a can at s ome o f them die f rom th e lack of the s: NaomiLod No.10.Dahts
Ma Nor @W. Basker, lSM, decision today. right kind of food. A girl writes: Rebekah mee ry Monda night at
Ab to r. Jon Bra nd C. R. Davis, both Imperial Cigar Stores. "My aunt's baby was very delicate 8 *cilck at I. O, .F. hl s ltln.
arkL. white, were bre at into the court, and was always ill. She was not able ss dalnvited to be pNet.
Oean. Ras bk. Wrika"e, 12=9, Rio having bemen e ted on bench war Real Estate Transfes to nurse it and took it to one doctor POLLY DARLINGTON,
lJanell to A. Z rants charging IHlcit distUing. The after another, but none of them did secretr.
nim"troA. ZNr bik. Rratn. IS former gave beoIn hi the sum of $200, vt leto w a Is or the ama go a the child any good.
Pu O t to A. el and the matter, wbo Is from JaIToI mb--gaa sAtbhe e m to2 "One day mother told my aunt to D IR E C T O R Y
Z64yte Natter wo Is from JONtyk. was aded to t de- PAIt try Grape-Norts for the baby, but she IR IY
l464. Sag ay A to to Mter. fault of bond. Jno. Gibson to Ed oStockwlR, $t20- laughed and said if the doctors could
The N. 1-2 of the N. E. 1-4 of Sec 18, not do the baby any good, how could
Tp. 3, N. R. 31 Wot. -o 1Grape-Nuts? But mother said 'try it PROFESSIONAL
SA d oh pminFu -l G W. Walker to Jno. N. Day, $1 and yway.' i AC
other cons.-1-3 interest in Lots 21 "So my aunt put one tablespoonful
Suk ailments from to 25. BIk. 34, of the Belmont Tract Ce Grape-Nuts in a quarter cup of hot Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
"Wl Bd mothers suffer, 'and FAst King Tract. water aad when the food was soft she Dentist.
Cm byW U8in g n D. Rawls to B. E. Whiddon. 500 added a mucn milk as water and gave ChaWM MaSc Nttoe^r. we.
r-d*L otherBf cons.-The N. 1-8 of LWt that to the baby. co Masonic u Next to Dr. eh'
jh -I *. *325, Blk. 22, Old City. 'In & month and a half yon would T. 6. YATE.J, M. .L
Sed P C B. R. Pitt to B. J. Wilcox, $3 .- ardly have known that baby, it was OptFaI. FIr
, "I S h S(--rrylag them Lot l16. Bik. 137. East Kin Treat. so fat and thrived so fast. A neighbor 410 Bleunt Bulldg.
.6 wgt ul. Nw V Wa. A. ABout to W. Frwbe, 1 asked my aunt what made the baby 410 Brlu int ie -Ing
Ah Vh1S,-^ ,and other cons,-S. W. 1-4(ofl3.L77, so healthy and fat when only six UI f au
.uerw br fte a ....w a owitrobS Wka bewoem It ws so hin. Me
mw ttE amd, W. 3. ills flForbes to H. U. Brgksp. $O 1 e0 = ratpe-Nus.' The nelkhbor got J. 5. TILLER,
s= ea as fat as my a nt's child." PSO
iOPJrRS, u%'IsaWasann"
,,-s. WelBl.e. in pkgse
Gophers, Chickens sad- ggs al- Ever read the swe letter A ew ,Fine
ways on hald. Phone 343. W1 S. one appears from tie to time. They PHOrO A HS.
aBaylef, corner Goverameant J F. are examine, true, and full of human
-- .lesola Fa. CO


SREMESE.
President.


R. IM CART. J. W. DORR,
Vio*-Prese.atL Cashier.


W. R. QUV A.
Assistant Cashir.


'he Peoples National Bank of

Pensacola
DIREC TORS:
J. J. HOOTON, R. M. CART L.J. REEVES. T. L WXISM
W. A. DAIU T J. &. REEB. W. DeC. wM wfn
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THE PENACOZA


WEDNU DAY MUqNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1908.


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O (m'Wnt be. kept clean

with nmre soap and water
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8os wil p- -'the wor rpry "~use

~~prmsand hWden 'ie'i "tiies like 1GOLI


T9 beep bWban=lvtoysiy-wliiteand
j.Uwit To kepitubi mme,.xt61caand taps
kigtlj~uih~ o prif cletbowl-
Toke-ep ting and-wowokspotless and


add a h* of- GOLD
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DUST sterilims as
well as clea ad


the labor.

)Imh by T -N. JL FAJULWNJ COMPANY
*ftnof FAIRY 9o~n. .,.a mi

ZZ__ ma~ 1 --


AMUSEMENTS


-7----
-m-Th eaolm of Aunt Mawy."
Afte a smaCMuAd openmlg ead run
Stir aW l aths at the Garden thea-
te la N r York, fslowed by a run
49 0tr m tilm at "the Studebaker
00t ia nM~OOwmhr it played to
l. IaeM alsghtly, "The Rejuve-
at Amt Mary," tCae new Ameri-
af tomedfa by Anne Warner, win be
te-l by L. S. y Slr. at the Opera
n Thursday night No*btber
15th, with y Robsoa in the title
rolLe. MIas Robsonm is m of the best
taraatPr *Ctr-mes on the Amerlcan
stage teod., sad in the part of Aunt
SMary has a role well amtita to her
and one of CQe best, It is saM, ahe hasn
ever had. The company supporting
Miss Rebeou ia a strong oem, aad many
well known and prominent people win
be found In the cast.
The play has to do with a auden
aunt who has lived all her life in the
country. She makes a trip to the city
to see aer nephew Jack. who is a very
wiM young man. causing her no e-d
of money and trouble. After spend-
ing a week or so In New York, she
returns to the country only to nad
that life is too alow and decides to re-

OPERA HOUG bm? NaHT,
Thursday, November 19.
1. 8. Sire Preets AAkmrkes's Oreatest
Character Actre-,

MAY ROBSON
Ia Her 447th Ossacutve w Pwfs rme in
the Cbarslag Cosmmne.

"THE EiUVEAMTIO OF


DassesWs P *om ft ft ak to O.m.
"A JLMa vu, M "."--N.. M w-
"amR mm -IN a Cmm ifght.--
Price: Me. T5. $L0. e a Sl,.W
BSeat Sate, Tm4ar, a. m. 0


ONK NIGHT ONLY,


Friday, November 90th, 1908


SCHOOL


DAYS


A play prwsnedt by seventy- ve mss
children. Proceeds wlt be applied to the
Improvement of Public schl No. 1.

Pri m: Lower fleer and balcony, ec.

Seats may be reserved at Co's without
extra charge, Wednesday, November IM,
9 a. m.


turm to New York. In dramatizing the
book, Miss Warner has added even
more comedy. and Mias Robson's role,
that of Aunt Mary, is screamingly fun-
ny. Many novel stage effects will be
found la "The Rejuvenation of Aunt
Mary."
At The Bijou.
The Bijou theatre is attracting big
crowds at every performance this
week on account of the excellence of
the show which is being -eon there.
Manager Lloyd believes the attraction
of this week to be one of the best
ever brought to the city. and many
of those who have witnessed the per-
formance are of the same belief.
The Mysterious Edna company is a
good attraction by itself, but one ot
the. -best being shown there is Rob-
ert 4. Millio, who affords an excell-
ent study of physical culture. The
Great Morris in a juggling act is also
good, and has frequently elicited much
applause from the audience.
School Days.
A really truly evening's enjoyment
is to be given at the Opera House on
next Friday evening. November 20th,
when "School Days" will oe present-
ed.
John Prankel takes the part of a
Dago, and is the butt of all good na-
tured fun, when the school-a make-a
him sick, ae sings, "Goodabye, John."
In the recess some of tbC children
play "King William was King James s
Sona,"and go in and out the window.
Just the same as-but there, I'm about
to tell stage secrets.
* The chorus to See-saw by John
Frankel a MprtUcularly fetching, with
all Cie careless, happy grace of child-
hood.
The baseball song by four girls is
a clever bit of acting.


No Detail That Should Enter
Into a perfect suit for men is omitted from the
cut materials or tailoring of a suit bearing the label
or the "House of Kupppenheimer" and "Lawrence
Model" clothing. All new styles in black, blue and
fancies. Buy your Thanksgiving Suit here.

$15.00 to $35.00.


Corer.,Palaftx
and Main
St,.fta
Phone 297


H. ANSON
CASH CLOTH1tit
Ps.m.I. f'orMs.


Germw.,PmlaImx
*mnd CGovt.

Ph... 478


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ENTRIES FOR


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..... -IAUTO RACE TO
5 nv_ It s wuy It a&0
m msam . essy l,.
CLOSE SATs-21

Sold At AR Dheugtoreo All Who Intend Entering
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fit


Little Sop ie Schad in "Dt's
to Me" will delight every aa, o-
man and child with her glorlow .
To hear her sing.- one te a eeR
sad worry slipping. aad pretty
we all catch the joyai aplrit of r
voice and song, and we forget 0
selves in listening to 'her.
A Southern Reader in Enoland.
In 1898 M. Chillsn attended, upol
Invitation, t1 first aanuaI Sak
pearean symposium at S8
Avon, and was the only America
reader to appear on the program
She gave selections from' King .John.
and they were enthusiatically receiv-
ed.
Mrs. Anna Randall Diehb, president
of the Fortnightly S-akespearean
club of New York, was in the party
with Mrs. Chilton. and they were met
in London by H. Snowden Ward. the
, famous Shakepearean scholar and
author, who acted thereafter as their
guide; a rare privilege tais, to be
"iaown the beauties and memorials of
z ratford by so eminent authority, and
Mrs. Chilton treasures a' a rich re-
:uentbrance that drive with coach and
lour through Shakespeare's country
ind that brief sojourn in his own
.home town.
In recalling the trip recently for the
delectation of a friend. Mrs. Chilton
said, "It was like a dream come true.
We drove through the forest of Ar-
den and caught tantalizing glimpses
of Rosalind and Touchstone with the
tail of our eyes. Once we had break-
fast at a little wayside inn where
Shakespeare and his bride took their
first honeymoon meal. And, of course.
like all the other pilgrims to this
bhrine, we visited all the places asso-
eiated with the poet and his family-
the house where he was born and the
"new place' where he lived later in
life, Anne Hathaway's cottage and
the home of his daughter Judith, his
mother's lhouise, and all of his old
haunts. I was infatuated with the
quaintness of the town. The simplest
everyday things are turned into po-
etics there. Once I had occasion to
go to the drug store and even that
prosaic errand was picturesque. I
walked up three steps to the door of
the shop and then had to ring a bell
aqd wait until a man came from the
rear to admit me. The whole town is
a bit of .ahe past, kept over into this
day and generation for the delight of
mankind."
In,, commenting on this excursion.
Mr. Snowden Ward says, "Among my
pleasant recollections of the visitors
to England are those of the recital-- of
Mrs. Chilton. on the stage of the Me-
morial lecture room. H,*r delivery
of one of Shakespeare's most dramat-
ic scenes was full of power and pa-
thos. a piece of very able work. But
I am not sure that even this was
4not surpassed try her handling of
more modern and domestic themes-
little things in themselves, out invest-
ed with a beauty and interest that
told of loving sympathy and earnest
study."
Mrs. Chilton will appear at the K.
of C. Hall Saturday night in the sec-
ond number of the Lyceum course.

BUILDING PERMITS
ISSUED YESTERDAY
The following permits were Issued
yesterday hy Building Inspector Rea
dall:
To Johnson Toler to erect a one-
story frame dwelling on North Rayne
street. near Stoddart.
To P. H. Lewis to erect a one-story
-frame dwelling. 15x40 feet, on North
1i street, near Gonzalez. I
To F. C. Brent to repair the build-
ing at the corner of LaRna and Spring,
streets.
To Joseph Wyer to repair the build-
ing on %\\ st Gregory street, netr I.
To Moyer Bros. to repair the build-
Ings at. 214 and 218 North Tarragona
street.
To L. Wise Logan to repair build-
ings at 317 and 319 South Bayleu
street.
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IL is worth considerable to any citi-
zen of Pensacola to know how to be
cured of painful. annoying and itch-
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its merit:
Mrs. M. A. Stephens. 311 E. Gads-
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AT HOOTON'S
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Mr.


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Formerly


With Setze, Will Make.
Fresh Product Daily.

Mr. Taornton, who was with Setze.
will still remain in the city and de-
vote his time exclusively to candy-
making for Hooton's" pharmacy.
Mr. Thornton is a randy maker ot
IX years' experienceand sincee he
tame to PesacOla j several months
ago his candies have be-com.- very pop-
ular here.
The candy will befmade f'esh every
day and be nicely.ti played at Hoo-
ton's. Mr. Thorntovi and Mr. Hooton
will cater particularly to iie wedding
and reception trade and will fil all
orders promptly.
The public is invited to call and
in-pect what is one of the finest lines
of fine candies in the ci'y.-
A TINY BABY
caj't tell you in words what the trou-
ble is: but if its complexion gets
pasty, if ir gets weaker and weake:-.
loses flesh and is cross and peevish
you can be certain that it has worms.
Give it, \White's ('ream Vermifug(-,
guaranteed harmless. xpels t h,
worms and puts the baby in a healthy
normal condition.
Sold aed recommended by W. A.
D'Alemberte. druggist and apothecary,
121 South PaJafox street., Pensacola.
Fla.


Their Cars Should Do


So At Once.


BooKS
Keep this In rind for a handsonit-
lQrlstmiaa or birthday present:
A .25-Vol. Set, of Scotts? Works. gilr
tUP, de-orated cloth binding, hich graol<-
paiper and type. illusttxat.d. $2'.0t.
Also Slhakespeare-. Dickt-n. Eliot. Ma-
ca3la". Cooper. and others., n I ets.x
IARRY T. HOWLAND,
MaUam be Mm Dusk at ra
0e Lima it. IUiL e 1413.
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Shot Plug Cut. Just that The public s",vic, wieh occur
nightly at s, o lock at the in.ll on Gov-
mild, mellow smoke you are eminent street are thing ex eptionally
looking for. Fer sale at Im- %%el attended, a large nurni having
pe Cg Sbeen attracted lby t ie clquenee o
perial Cigar Stores. he adjutant. Plans afteh ow und'r
way with regard to the ('hristnimas
CHICKEN GUMBO AND efforts of the army. which will be con-
POPULAR ALDERMEN si'lerabl in this city this ,-"%ar.
Call at the Sacred. Heart Church EFFECTIVE WORK
Bazaar ii the Keyser building. corner FOR PENSACOLA
Palafox and Chase street-. from 3: to
10 p. m. today and get c'Ificken gumbo. That the Kupfrian ParL c;ni|pany,
ice cream and everything else good of this city, are doing some ffe-e:i\-
to eat. Bring your gir.l atd bliy her roal estate campaigning in: other se.-
some candy. You must a!.-o vote tor tions of the ccimti-y. all of which re-
the niost popular alderman. The Jounds to Pensacol-t" advantage. is
vote yesterday stood: evident from the reports which from
Rocheblave 76. Andrews .54. RIilly time to ti:ne come in f'-om ;heir repre-
30. Yonge 3. Moyer 3. Dunham 1. WVil- sntaivu',-. The latest coning to1 The
liams 1. MeGaughey 1. Journal*' attention is the following


y cacies.
(,' Many syrups are mere by-
products, flavorless and insipid, but
Alaga Syrup, being made honestly by
the old "befoh de wah" process, re-
tains all the natural flavor, sweetness
and healthfulness of the sugarcane.
For grown ups or children Alaga
Syrup is always the best-always pleases. Its ex-
cellent qualities are uniform--they never vary one
particle.
Remember this the next time you buy table syrup-.ad remember that
all first-class grocers sell Alaga. 10c. 15c, 20c. 40a, and 76c stzes.
ALABAMA-GEORGIA SYRUP COMPANY,
Montgomery, Alabama.




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New Reels of the Very latest anu Best Pictures Daily

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





SECOND A ATTRACTION

of the Lyceum Course
The next attraction will be Mrs. William Calvin Chilton, mono-
dramatist, on next Saturday night, Nov. 21st, at 8 p. m., Knights of
Columbus Hall. ?Ms. Chilton is an artist and the people of Pensa-
cola will enjoy her entertainment.
Season tickets will be withdrawn after Saturday night. Single
admission, adults 50c, children 25c..


CARS CAN BE ENTERED AT W. A.
D'ALEMBERTE'S DRUG STORE-
THE ROADS AND BRIDGES ARE
BEING PLACED IN FIRST-CLASS
CONDITION FOR THE BIG EVENT

Entries for the big automobile rac-e.
which is to be witness d Th'iiksgiv-
ing, will close Saturday night. No%.
21. and those who iniend entering
their cars in this event should do so
without delay, in order that their numi
bers may be drawn and the finai de
tails of the race arrai.ged. Entries
can be made ai D'Ale.mbere's drug
store at any tiine p:ior to Saturday
night. but it is the desire of those in
torested in the siceess of the event
to have all entries in as eurly as pos-
sible.
Although the winner of the race wil!
lIe awarded a handsome silver alti.
which is to cost not h s.; than $100,
,here is absolutely no charge attache!
13 ithe eniry of a car,. and those v.ho
inaugurated the mnoveu -lit will be
please I to have every car owned in
the city in the race.
The race is to slart a, Flolmaton
and will couclud- near Suset l.ake
on the Brent road. The cars. in or
*ler t. avoid any pls.ibie chance oi
ae4ident, will be ;I.arted 10 or 15 min-
utes apart. It will be started early
enough in the forenoon io ble complet-
ed in anim:le time so that those who
witness it can see ;tie f)oot'a!i giamne in
ihe a ft ein-'on.
There is much interes-i bel ingmani.
rested in this race. which will hl the
tirst of its kind ever to be Dulled off
in this s action. and it Is expeciel tha;
au uig crowd will be in the city next
Thursday to witness it. The roads
are being tnit in good condition, al!
ol the bridges being repaired andl
so-;i t'a-i time v.ill be made by the
various cars.
Shot Plug Cut, a perfect
blend of Kentucky Tobacco,
10c a can at Imperial Cigar
Stores.



GOOD RIP RT



OF LOCAL CORPS

ADJT. GRIMSHAW, OF SALVATION
ARMY, IS ACCOMPLISHING MUCH
IN PENSACOLA, AND IS WELL
PLEASED WITH THE CITY.
Much ti-ccess is alreaJy crowning
the efforts of Adit. :a.d Mrs. Grim-
shaw, who have been plae" r in charge
of the loral branch of th;i Salvation
Army. Five conversions have occur-
red since Sat'irday. there having been
four report 'd on uinJay night.


. from the Jackson, Ala., South Alabam-
iani of November 14:
.M1r. W. P. Rice. of Pensacola, Fla..
was in Jackson several days this
week. in the interest of the Kupfrian
Park coimpauy of that city. This conm-
pany is offering for sale a large num-
ber of lots in the residence portion of
that (-i y. We are told that that city
is building up very rapidly and on
the completion of the Panama canal
we expect to see Pensacola reach im-
mense proportions.


Some of our citizens have purchase.
ed lots of Mr. Rice and we are of the
opinion taat they have made good in-
vestments. Real estate all over the
South is increasing in value yearly.
Young men working for salaries wOuld
do well to invest all they make over
and above the necessaries of life. In
real estate. It is better than putting
money in a bank. Money in bank is
too much like having It in your pock-
et-easily gotten out when you Iaig-
ine you need something.


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For sale by all dealers. Priee 50
cents. Flster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan'*'-and
take no other.


U. S. Mail Launch
RUTH
SCHEDULE.
Pensacola, Mary Esther and Doggy Mall
Line.
James. Jeraul. Capt.
Leaves landing Monday. Wednesday and
Friday at 7::!0 a iin.. aking regular store
at Harrls. Mary Esther. Camp Walton.
lDestin and Boggy.
Returning. leaves Boggy Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 5:0M a. ., asr-
rfiing Petsacola 1:30 p. m.
Paaseng-r and freight wervice.
For rates applgv to D. M. Witherq,
Contractor and Manager. Landing
South Palafoix. Phone US.


Electrical ConUtaclto
Electrical fixtures, desk lights,
telephone te b kefts eo.
NO CONTRACT TOO LA LGE.
NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL.


E. W. PEAKE,
Phones 346 and 6&


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BREAKFAST ENJOYMENT.
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