Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 11 19, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01244
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
lccn - sn 87062268
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OritriCxAT frm vvWALSiINGTON-FW,-

and Friday; lght, south winds.


YE ~ V
L -~Z~-4IO~ VS.

3, NOVEMBER 19, 1908.




This is the E~ate ofa Gen. COURT INSTRUCTED JURY Relates With Pride tle Or- FIFTEEN THOUSAND BARRELS Armour Pa
w.I mLiraia, Chief IN FLORIDA PEONAGE CASE ganition andarowth f OF WHISKEY WAS DESTROYED Applied t
of giamis. the RlU ess For
By Associated Pres conspiracy to "old workmen in peon- Loul y Aisciate fres arThough there was only one Ar en-
AT 1RNew York, Nov. 18.'-Judge Hough; age' and slavery r while the th men were ALL SEEMS ouisville Ky.. Nov. 18.-Two w ar- ga e tr de an mato HAS AN O
ALSO Uiaooen in the United States circuit court, to- building that -road. ALL SEEMS IS hcou o th Tow MeDinarea eth tir d we i t HAS A
day ordered the jury to brig In a vcr- Judge Hough said the prosecittion c y, at Bardstow". in which wer "sav t w
THE LOCAL HARBOR diet of not guilty In the e- of Da- hd failed to show an agreement io A DR TO HIM sbuedi t. to.dayels of hiskng tiley it el iedk wibh HANN
vid E. Harley, agent of the Florida minds with evil Intent to cnpire. ae o t4, fully in o r te tonht is sthi
East Coast railroad, and thr4e employ- The jury brought in a verdict as or- er of about 4000o; fuvernmelly in-s uorn l the cunt for
meat agents of this city, accused of dered and was discharge. surged. The loss to the government isburnn, lighting up otry
MFlorida W lFa e WeUll if the m Spoke With Enthusi- $,0,000. .mies around. Building Wi
RoasmWhe toned Re- the Nort

Engirig Chief in Hi 1,000 OYSTERMEN STRIKE, garding the Combine. WILL RECEIVE BIDS FOR fTaago
P Repo A BIG PLANT CLOSES DOWN n ete con $30,000,000 OF CANAL BONDS eted n
Ad W An In- Result of- theEoomical
crea O O cers in By A ecat: rs. down. thereby thr:rvinw, out of em- Development C( the Oil In- By Associated Press. this new issue and interest begia on age Plan
the T r t. New Orleans, Nov. 18.-Bec a'se ployment about five nulidred men. dustry. Washington, Nov. 18-Secretary that date. The bonds are to ie re- Special M
We t ecentsr. hey were asked to accept a cit of women and chlld,-., employed as U y. Cortelyou late today announced th4t deemed in gold in ten years, and be Oda
supply ents per barrel on yningt they shockers and pach.. a a Ae would receive bids up to the clos paable in thirty years. As an vi
Sulppltt to the large, canning factor- Men have their own boats and make aof business December fth next Jor dence of good faith the secretary
SAsseala Prw. lea of Dunbar and Coomrany, at Dun- their living all tae year round on the By Assoclatt PPre ... of30i00n000 of Panama canal eodts, uires that each bid be acreomanied
S Washim6, D. & ., Nov. 18.-In his bar. La., over a thouin.l fisherme'i water. They contend they are unable New York. Nov. 4.-Re-lating his *" "* er o bear two pr o a acmtifald cheek payiule ta ahe Plans for the
they l "tw.tfr.... or any part thereof, to bear two per by a ceti.e. ce......etoth.P
trst annual porpt Oesal W. L. Mar- today declared they wou1 quit work to furnish oyest. at a lower rate story with an air of country genti- cent interest The bonds are to be secretary of the treasury f.o two-per to cost about $1l
and the big -plant wa-s .orfnee to shut than 40 cents a os:t-el. -
shall, chief of eanaeers Unitd States d the han 40 cet a an of kindly meia entertaining a dated November 1, 1908, thus making cent of the amount of the bd. re oA mr
Army. a strong appeal for an ijost of friends with s of the long now in the ooun
Iserse l Vthea corps of engaineers. ***** **9****l*a s* past, John D. Rockfer, president eOff.. 4 .4........ .. option on the a
The present agtheried engineer corps, the Standard Co h for near- gent on favorab
be states, e m &of SlHop s/HeI fi"'e Standard 01Afor near-il,
,on ..a i a I J. G. WOODWARD ly ten years reretive cares HE LOVED HIS N N
.cers, toeI pe ayed Mnem military RE-ENTERS RACE t o the company 'sa d.ti. for over l SON-IN-LAW NIT the oners.
an cil wors of estrta 67 to L --two ours today. eL the history S. S. Jere
be employed la tharend, 1dlta in t- H T r A Asovi 18.-Jamtes of the early oil trade th le develp- By Associated Press. ll Armour in
tallon.a*ad15Wtp lu isa, |liS I / IT oodwardt the d.-Jame tic ment of the first anies. which Phiadelphia, Nov. 18.-The cty counting
teon. "t I CLS WS Toodwardm th dma emocratlantaic grew later into the nt soc-all.d feeling entertained by late 4* hf- II I essaryto begin
General Maraall m mate t eon- wW re-entominee tor mayor of Atlanta, r oil trust George D. Wolf. of Sommer- U Iag whech will
siderahle lentl t*he -. -- ,, ,- .oc ef re-entered the mayoralty race Rockefeller was a ess for the sale, toward Chas. W. Wenzel, age of the co
dates of the erp enagase. At | ] 1 oniht at a mass meeting call- defense in the suit to dissolve the his Bon-in-law, is shown in the Tr r I Ia w. perh
preset he awt ely 44 as orM | Stgan d ed to .protest against his with. Stndard Oil Co.. whic" 'being prose- following paragraph in his will: iLa cold storage
about oe fou o e ft drawal.dw when R rt *ted by the gove nt and his all- "Fifty cents is to be paid to o the property
fuder fu e tN W the aart t IU U U He wi-drew when Robert F. pearance in l he rew a large* my son-in-law, Charles W. Wea~.- Ia ldi depend
to attend to t um-portaint estrac- Maddox, an independent, was crowd to the customs hiding. zel, .a native of Huntington, tM i tIO the co. cil
tion works, a ri and -- *placed in nomination. at a mass Pa., to enable him to buy a ter of granting
harbor and oter dewtm i Annual Report of State Au- meeting several days ago. At Complete Ease. good stout rop e with which to QS-n:- Hale S-a the C. n the company
law upon the corpW a*at -1I6lw 1. .e 0 . o .. . . Rockefeiler appeared at complete' hang himself." t, Ur H l Sy h C.iinu Oda4
says that whble t *b ber of as U ditor Shows the State to ease. and when Joha G. Milburn, of The deceased left an estate 4 t-y Does Not Expect Hur- A special mee
Is decreaaaS tae inW e Is tr o cosel for the' Sta itb propounded valued at $10,500. il was held la
the work. River ad b*rbor imp rove* a e a Deficit of Over $1,- his first question, tf littness spoke ied earng owo poe of coaid
Snf are nowaRe 91 0 ubnl m Tr, I IIi II 1 --- fn11 1In"Ps. Refeller told of *.***** @* ***** rianti,__ TT e4 T ng the'A
ra of as alas p lyu a. =M ., ue to Large i s b a start in the o.l. m, ad how, "ildig Up, and te Tar- y the right t
Sfortl o.ato ,oat -c 1h1 1 b a e x. tISchool App,9Cf0iati S. lt aI .dvt '*e cn that the busi- ff il a li na street
teded to island pos i aaaess grew, to .the' of the to the
sehar of thePaam Ceas wor hasr -- Standard Oil Co: with its as at Present oa e was
beeneBrtedtoofttr tip--- PiI capitalization eekefel- lllllderman M
rWid ^ s^ .'i. 11 hmtiH :r,- OAl" "N 1" .early nanet qseak- ".5 ay ,-. .
He1" 10 WFWto the report o "t A". Auditor I Waaa"-It s..----r B "ws. 5Sro

"' im e G :T-n Tt ieSeptpteber 3y ft, last, ,thesaid:t ham Mav
SI eetv from all sources the U1 n lt seemed very larte to us. 'hoU UUU e harge the tari law darin the prs were rese
Se i" thea f r e, which 1 R ,- g an with only $4,000 in 1862." The ent s ion of congrs. "Once ia a AJcoroeg tob
k mietu ttt'te o S-- 448.02 in excess of the receipts of the I I development from Rockefeller's testi- while, he said today, "you will bear Mr
S othr 'br.anach of the ser ,. previous year. The di.-bursements _mony today, which carried him to the | || 111UI such a suggesUon, but :t is clearly wip
o enbsrahfo 'these rce.r'l were $5.149,043.52. in excess of the organization of the Standard Oil Co. f II nl out o f the questl.n an will nt be and all deliver
ision ofthe nstructon envious twelve month by $1,140715- United StatesCo issi of Ohio, indicated o ef the lines of m udertake. And t 'safe to say a e lo
of the evlineer battalls that. the defense will be that the Standard Oit taa tere il not be an- radi
sh he ir aMd t hat, by A dhficit of $49,498.17 i s Indicated er at Boston Decides That Comany is not the result of an ag- n s md. "e th es
ac regiment to be composed twgressive policy to obtain mastery in
eae rment to be Bompmsed two I578.09 at the beginning of the fiscal Master of Schooner Fred- the oil trade, as charged, but ratherThis "Recent events uave made it r- tSl A
ufu n sa oa~4 irble ai year was offset only by & balance of h natural n m f n ta that there will e n slaughter w
To &ToSd S iS 1A=5,0799. The books the treas- die W. Alton Was En- flt naturaeh hexgn Amount Annually, Pend- t ot i r Ne .y te owner onern
crease in the o.S bO madeto e but there are outstanding warrants gaged in Conspiracy to of heoil industry demanded.During a Decision of Her Di-
over a period of about five years.Ip charged to the auditor of $25,"5.S ug. the brief recess tnockefellerd t hS
order that the ey of the The excess dsbur ents exceed sayiSmuggle. ng reor o he Standard growth rce Suit-She Wanted th c "out t
shall be maintal ed at a ahigh standard the excess receipts by $ .267.9. t a wonderful thin itas 120000. court suc. a course, and cong.'esa will Armour.Pack.
be urges the establishment of the The great amount of mon y used an a h onei f th inU V' not enter upon it, n.ed out.
grades of "se'reant" and "military school advancement and building and By Associated Pr-ss. been: the growth of the business. It The senator expect the extra ses. JUDGE J M
overseer". the latter to be appointed -the increased amounts to tie oeM ol* Boston,* Nov. I.S-lTplted States a lke ..s.e li^ t 'm v *y AaSocltem Press sioa to be called very soion after ;e
to the number of 00; also that the diers have tended to make use of the Commissioner ,ayes this afternoon here I am accused of doing the very New York. No. 1.-M How- 4th of March. He to- not cunt Kansas City,
mion-eommissioned staff of each bat- money, the increase for olU soldiers gave his decision ia the Chinese smug- wicked thing o seeing aoneodarticle ard Gould was allowed $23,00 pr upon any important legslato bo- John M. Gillespi
talon to be Increased by a battalion alone being $305,871.93 for last year. gling case brought again Captain Har- at a Jower price tan anyone else." year alimony by Justice Bischoff in yod the passage of t appropriation his home here
train sergeant and a battalion commis- I Another item of extraordinary ex- eve C. Daly and Philip M. Springer, SHOE FACTORY BURNED. the supreme court today pending a to coming to t
wary sergeant. 'pease is $58.147.74, split t6 control of Somerville. Mass.. announcing that decision of her suit for div-rce. Th, (Continued on Pae Seven.) of the Woodfor
$507,000 For Pensacola. the mines Pfrike in the Birmingham.n he found probable cause for holding Fredericksburg, Va.. Nov. 1i.-Fire is the same allowance Giulto had been court. He left c
The chief of engineers submits e. district. The other unexpected in- both the defendants for a bearing be- of unknown origin destroyed Green voluntarily allowing his aife t..ndx.. federate force,
ti tes of ropriations forth fiscal crease came from the l.rg amounts fore the grand jury in the same bait Brotheirs shoe factory here yesterday. a determination of her suit. .e ask- at the opening
St 1909-1 tr fortiSiatIons are. appropriated for schools aud Pcnool .a formerly, $5,000 each. The loss is $50,000. ed $120,000.. CHILD BURNED TO DEATH. was on Gen. Mu
gating $773,.233. included it this .d. s. .. Pr. of Lee's surreni
amount are the following: Repair Montgomery, a.. Nov. 18.- VISITED
and protection o$ e7100 es of Pensesa 4t~ t4* 6 r- On her way home from school 4
cola, Florida. ((7.100: defes of ,//,/// today, Clara Wallis. aged nine, Washington .
SGalveston, Texas. $40,000; 4ea coast MORRIS HAAS BURIED. / / stopped to play -with children 4 of Presideat-el
batteries. Honolulu and Pearl Har- / at te home of a neighbor. 4 credit bat with
hor, 449.000; Maanila. P. I.. $2.8" ; 9 0:, ian lat- .* Pres -') / w-- I lhen her clothing caught fire 4 connectlom with
Installation of electric plants. Honolu* an' cisco, Nov. 18.- from an open grate and she Cinciana. Th
l and Pearl Harbor. (14.465: Philip-.* Brief funeral services, accord- 4 -- \\ 4was burned to death. She was h Ohio expressly
S place Ialanda oo.1M,: s 1areUiphts, 4 "-r-o te r of Redt whe Im- wad $ ,0 sr_- g ht, the daughter of well known 4 daughter of hi.
Pearl Harbor and Honolulu. (11,80: proved Order ofSRed Men a parents. e Taft- who is il
Philippine IslanJs. $81,600: electrical -held today for Morris Haas, a 4~ political matter
Installation at sea coast tfortlcaioas, core of friends and 'relatives -- ** **** * ******* received here.
For river and harbor work the tol- home of Hass. The body was 4 C --
S thefi.,scal yea endng. -n 1,1,,: ioc t heu Odd felow 4 -- Mobile Man Charged W
Snder coatinuing. contact. (.47 cemetery, where it was crema- 4 .- i lA ,
05;' rivers and arbors ige neral in- M urd r AcqUitt
tccEnhgean J se..) ~~ * * j * Mrder c-*it ,, Jt



king Company.
D City Council


ill Be Tocated at
west Corner of
a and Chase Sts.,
Later Be Con-
to a Cold Stor-
t-Council Held
Meeting to Heac

erection of a building
1,000, at the aorthwE .t
:oa and Chase streets
Packing company, ara
rse of preparation, a a
bhove property conti:i-
le action by tCe ci y,
been secured by t;.-
y from Hannah Bros.,
i representative of the
g company, is in tLe
the preliminaries ne,-
ing work o-i the build-
be used for the st: r-
mpany's goods, and
aps, later be fitted : s
plant. The purcha a
and erection of the
s entirely on what ac-
will take 'n the mat-
spur track privilegt-s
nce Read.
ting of the city coun.
At night for the pur-
ering an ordinance
imour Packing Cor.n-
Sbuild a spur track cm
t, about 269 feet Ion -,
above property. The
-ed for the ftrAt timn
oyer on a suspensluon
I referred ti the (ran-
t. President J. LU.
Mn AMdernme An
,Bivb. Moyer, 1tr"-
e, Ingrahaan and Reii;i
a statement made .
fore the council, ca:-*
ed on ibe spur track.
es will be made froni
Ul goods will be load-
I in and from the ca.s
rack will be not le:*
from the sidewalk.
drew stated be hiad
.e a-ljoining property
Ing the matter and
freed any objection.
a of the council lrat
red favorable, there is
it the intentloan of tieo
company will be e.;,r-
Mo., Nov. 18.-Jud-ie
e. 69 years old. died at
last night. Previous
tis city he was judge
rd county Kentucky )
college to Join the Con-
under General Pri-e
of the civ!l war, and
rray's staff at the time
%ov. 18.-Close friends
Lct Taft in this city
a pretty sentiment in
his two days' visit t'
at Mr. Taft went to
to see his niece, a
s brother. Charles P.
l, and not to discuss
s, is the informatiua


d by Jury

Jurymen Who. Acquitted Mrs.

Bradley Enjoy Annual Banquet

ey A-^.no& Pe-P s. Mrs. Bradley. who is at present en-
Washington, -Nov. 18.-The jury gaged in newspapers work in Salt
which one year ago held the fate of lake City:
Mirs. Annie Bradley. slayer of Sen- "The Jury which acquitted you a
ator Arthur lrown. of Utah. in Its year ago sends congratulations. and
liandL. met last nihtl at a banquet. Wishes you success in your undertak-
"Tbe follow ng telegram was seat to tags."

London Papers Pleased at

Action of Emperor William

By Assocated Pres. learned how to yield manfully and roy
London. Nov. 18.-Al the Loadon ally. To yield wa a case shows
...or ,, papers have editor b Srmer course than to sesist.
-o,,, p-" e -t is T i M D aily Mai say-s: "S'ince the
what some of m term -Voa Bw' Barm o at gad presented their
3ow's triumph. and the emperor's ultimatum to Ktag Joa. history ha.
submissioD." The Dailly Telegaph, offered few pentale gmore "ratac.
,he most pro.QPUnna of the dailies. The Mail 0 tmtls *at thnbiugh ope
s"Ys: wlM be freed rom alarm sad anxiety
-A very remarkable and exeting Germany will not be satila until
page ot contemporary history has been the emperor's pledge has been incor
definitely turned. The emperor *a- po.-ated ia the conptttutio&.

The President-When anything makes a personal dental appeal to me like that, I
wouldn't shoot for the world.

vw Ass-clated Prms.
Mobile, Nov. 18.-la lesP than five
:minutes from the time the. had been
i given the case a jury in the city court
,yesterday afternoon acquitted W.
Ross Manuel of the murder of Will-
:iam Mount. a boarding house keeper,
and the prisoner left the courthouse
a free man.
The crime of which W. Ross Man-
uiel was accused was committed on
the afternoon of October 23. 1907. at

By Aaessec at Pram
Chicago, Nov. f8.-A dispatch from
New York to the Record-Herald says:
Lydia Thompson, perhaps the most
famous burlesque actress At her time,
died suddenly today at her beame i
Westmiaster anmsioug. London. The
news reached this country, In a briea
cablegram to Uar daughter, Zettle TI-
bury, herself an actress and the wife
of the stage manager for Nat Good-
Probably no other woman of the
English stage, either is the serious or

the northwest corner of Georial ant
Conception streets. Manuel was a
switchman in the employ of the Mo-
bile, Jackson and Kansas City Rail-
road and had previously boarded witl
Mount. .
ThIe story of the killiia SM
rehearsed in the press of the city. Al-
ter the killing of Mount, Manual madt
his escape from the city and nothing
was heard from him until wonr was
received of his surrender at Memphis
in the latter part of September last.

frivolous phases of the drama, excited
such a furore in the United States a4
did Lydia Thompson when she fir.t
came here In 1868. Her reputation hb: 1
preceded her however, fo ashe al-
ready had made a triumphal tour of
the chlef capitals of Europe. .
rM Thompson made four visits to
this country. She estimated that stiu
earned fully $500,000 on her 4meir-1
can tower, but she often said that she
oaly received about $50,000, bei3g roe-
bed of the rest by persons whom shi

t "

V -

S2 -Pages Today

Section I-..Pages. I to 8

Lydia Thompson, Most Famous

of Burlesquers, Dead in London


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.-.--.t '-1

w o 1-mi,- sa- ti
b a ae s bin W cety
aa M~~- Mr. C44I, who
a prof m BT1 fmtbaema" et Ma*t
-t, wa hI.- W. A& -tamss.
m. a the a ty P-a thre ter-
for Lookhart.
* *
SJ. P. Ivey, of (tUley, was awa"
tM binemss viusatig to the city iea-j
* *
The -case of M. Kdtoer, charged
with -*reat-Ing wi a gsun. was eC-
tine itn the re~' court yester-
day u atil this w eing
at t
h ry Abrerm, Col es h Carged
w threatening Deputy.Bwh rit c
with a cair wbe h a
~t. N e ft or the pe-rp e -
OanI-bg B N I'r I- Oasa
Paut* w wmm be aM vwot.
ws" aed a m s I th' ere *-
e "*m ""no -- i -r i Xmeai
H. N. Mt WING t $1 mlm coa s
in e otr -hY estera y
-Piig ntOr viatlag the new Iime
steak -ammaf,
e *-* *
r, ne name of Will Stevens, who
W m $10 and casts for ma
sa a mault with i- hand. Is the frst
S etry In a new docket placed o the
elty recorder's desk yesterday.
6 -*
W. R. Fell left on the ste-wha
4aM yesterday emsingS Sr Alt A -
rdws, where e hn accepted a pod-
ttaM with the Bay Fisheries Com.a-
I S *
maraimm toempweatOre at Pow,
need* yestedawas -VS .*OF w
1t:4 6p. as, while the minumm was
46 ,4irees at 6:30 a. a.- Lost year
ut t same date te maximumm was
s* sad the,,4w m 5Uoe*-
gap The avra as Uazam Mftr alN


Of evident good breeding, the we- The ext tcame totril was The following building penits were paying market only for the lumber caf m p of Une ons ouf Coederte OfiOciral VI
man st he tory to Ad. that f G. W s changed ed yesterday by Bullding Inspector cut from log of r egulaion length o'clock at e Ct uac LUCEN H. BOGG,
sb. Whoepoie .the.rather. abor- with making fraudulent mileage ac- ..dall: Bo.toap.calledbythebuilders and archit'cl urposeatthe Confederati bivouac. d...
nate Sanal codtions of the ar- counts n te collection of wioer Bros. to repair the buildtect. If specifications were drawn e po or ndst tant
A iy a he ha found theim, hastened to fees. ing at 208 North Tarragona street. for the sizes actually used the short oai reuon A uo atenhvp- What Byouthrd Hum.
qor ch relief as he was able. To M. Clark to move and remod- los would be in demand, and the tre- is therefore deAd attendance "-wy are you so thoughtful, Da
odrims the three elder children at el the building at 17 West LaRna mendous present waste due to th'is The reunion will be held in Mobile li' asked the mother of the bmeat-
foct tte wOa had come to im lore street. cause wod be saved. from Nov 24 to 26th. Inemasv a girfl l o r had just been married to
the army for food ad clothtg bar- n m act To J. D. Waters to mov and build This fact has recently been brought .the headquarters of the d e, a titled foreigner.
ther en oreoed acowledge that m h an addition to the building at 412 out in connection with tie study of commander and staf nd for to- of- "Y know r'm to hand over 6
ntag remained tn the house to eat. -nA l llAi West Beloat street, forest utilization now being made flcial sponsors and maids of hn^ .Ys" bride's father aswerd.
Her case will be attended to, as there l rlllll _____the Forest Service for the National will be at the Cawth n The fo ho-nor "Ye b t surely you are nt wor.
ae nmay ttartem d in the unfortunate Iio nl lIIUIlUll I lrlll oUA .aII _C Conservation commission. One of tthe ing general order ha- been issed red ibout that You have $20,:.e0
r manyia- sneat the ufamlu d mas ac"hedules of inquiry sent to lumbe.* Han .rtralorer. b DIs, -dore. you know. "
Scian ani u e famiy. ishuniversally rCCO EveemEwreap"" ae manufacturers contained a query aas dSos o CoterFlridalDison.Uit "It ain't giving' up the money that
Sunivded rsay S at et ibald yu- tto the extent to which more careful Jcksonsville a e te Veterans I'm bothered about, but I wis
a ismended for Consusptiot ** apil s t h eeten ot matow riah motref Jacksonville, Fla.. Nov. 16. 1908.-Gen. knew whether its to be considered by
WM I e- QM bs iau -ay b--. m.. hwmer,. ,do uM --,,l to duee waste. Replies to this query rJe No._- . our son-i-law as tritute or S ,ea,!- s 8- . rat9 is proof positive tha it ts i.sme d wel b.l d o ow wat in some cases -s much a The division ommader hereby di. ty.".-C Ro-ecord-Herid.
waM. --'-th--e X- mos. ener-izing and . ih qgme w" to 1s P amia.d 25 per cent of The felled trees are -
the most energizing and 0 *,* "' "' never waed from te wfods simply w --- -- m-.--
strengthening preparation 5-m m ^,,Sf*rt*n cling to
Ii a ee-armea lt .ataf 1d of thdo0 WO0rlTd. t a i***th 1 .eb pat ** a"ier bn tuthsler In lo- ngengths is r-
ab- ru W- ,i 0 I'I m6 quently ordered for use in lengths of
L. : mrates a&A. Holiday. Slo,. It warms and uiosha S cm swArt sm eM 2 i short lengthswoul d exactly anda d eCc
lot i blh f est Ki tc- itenriches the bloodtstmops *m~ _e .s lS.m o- omicany meet the requirements car.- I -in
I. D. he to J. M. Ward, $4"0, -r-n icelt It ees eam eIeta tabo amed not be sold.
t e south iI the msatqsat r- loss of flesh and builds d- a* Y- IA a m.'*c I An, ....ple is the case of beveled AEF AND EAl NC
tor ot the uitheis" quarter a" the m sad their snm" tha aI "ave st taken a boyk Is-*
aSrt* baolt the heast quarter o fup. .Get l '.- t a prominent acitect,"
tS quarter, 1s 2ecte 5, tp tn As- aatie f toN W; writes secretary of a prominent s h
X N.. S s o Mr. 31L R I Y the Pac Coant association "weontlaing Pon Sklag|al
G= W Itth to A. a oJackse $1 $= do.s aduil.--*u ieamofat a1h a I la2 shdet Ss designs of houses, and on FW AtW______
MaNdW" ea*irtes, 1 1e acreI o vo a" M s - 1_ I- Iu io te allth de I believe that 4. L
Slet- l sua dlv.M let- S'. -ma 1 1-2 S am a Bsa I pt rYe d havesye a helr th per eent o the sitivg of taese houses. '. M nIa ci t gdrctfinoo
aer oI Lt ~ sub. div. of lot 8, sec. .^.... M e its leb e m11ie.L IImId is under six feet in length. At the
32, tn. S N.. range 30 west. acoz mr. lmY bell hwiheutit imymv ow bks." same time the contractor will ord:r


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S- __ clue shoaulMd ever be gives. -kdimry
court eiw. were pills. ahimnr u gcs ilv am -tool-
S- w e ishargedag sgi inU.A" Cmhm A hr ,.
l. J- emeT we relwwws were a do .... ..
,f oms w. ere eon ... es -sgrpn, rs. ther d _Popular Y. h
s CC $-tw -- rea -swer sse"d. iels g l .efet. at-'ar e frequent- . .. -
Si re i. th d stoing and a fe-lasting Com ies able lassi-
A. M lmead Mawteo Foruma, anoMyne. a i
vfth __tl liquo r an Sunday We personally recommend aad guar -c of Boys! Xmas
wUShSa Uem, were given a pr- te exall Orderlies an the safest tWo olBOys Xmas
Xa l-on ertg b re bet Nick- mand most dependable remedy for con-
lism R61r4,7donvei JUIn Nib i I ttpation and aseociate bowel disor- Bo
elsean e-is decision th der$. We have each abislute faith i-
Cae - the -oupreme virtue of this red-
* that we sell It on -our guarantee of Klowin, g the dlliolty which many
0l a," la meAd a F.0 e, ofmofteA ectsi Tey e I verwhoe
a Is d y d ner Itfals to u IV at mpen atie acltind and or-]e .n A tr time n select-*
Sin the$2w-- --ca u. urge all In need of sot o meAlcine unUg s ata no *e r Chtmas a re
SegaS f y hi Rexall Orderlies contain an entir- Is submitted b Mr. Br.dford, boys
gleWa iRcambbia county ,Ala ly new ingredient which is odorless. secretary of the Y.S-. C. A., with the
boIE Tm e plat wibe t i oer tasteless and colorless. It embraces hope that it may help soae one to
all as1@110as theatoryulding is all the best qualities of the soothing, solve their diucuaty.a e n h 0
ewtod. la ative, strengtheling and hefing Books marked -with one mark thus
S -. *, I remedial active p~xciples *he best (x) suitable for boys ter 14; those
W clored, r chao knwn Intestinal rgulator tonics. marked (xxt for boys over 14. Those
...a5ocr qrts of Srkey .,,gal Orderlied e extremely not marked will grove stablee for
lat statuibstthey* Aoasant.toe take, are e eparti"erly either f
VeMS st- m ypr enlmary boirbe;g e-PMat I &r.eaMse sa nctaB, may .o.nerl Fiction.
S t e NllS0kelsn yesterp a be tan at nay te, dt2- might; oBabboar Rallph Heyhhem the
b at the next term of the do not cause diarrhea, nuseas, grip. Un.e. Fr the Hosor ot the Sehool, The
D c.r eal court. Ing, excessive looseness, or other un. Halt Back.
.t u C * desirable effects. They have a very Clemens, 1. 0. (Mark Twa\n)
AHi fmt Perkan, a 16 -earold negro natural action upon the glands and or -The Prince and A e Pauper, A Co-
boy *wwas arrested yeotuwdmy morning sans with which they come in contact, nticut Yankee nKla ig ArtM ,
, Spec al Ooer Yestra, charged act as a -positive and regulative tonic Court-."
wMb temag a ring from his gtep- upon the relax, dry muscular coat of Connor, Ralph~ -.Gl0aeLry School
father, Joh geway. The ring was the bowel, remove irritation, dryness ays. x. I
fomud It e pssnsMa of Floyd Kr. and soreness, overcome weakness, and Dickens, Charles.-Nicholas Nickel.
0oloaed, to wom it is elaiaed Perkias tone an'd strengthen the nerves and by- x
holdJ 9enet.museores. and restore the bowels and Doubleday, Russell-Cattle Ranch to
* associate organs to more vigorous and College.
E. P. Gavia arrived from Mariann healthy activity. Doyle. Sir A. C.-A ventures of
te bsi a5a yesterday. Rexall Orderlies not only care con- Sherlock Holme.
* stipation. but they remove the can e Dryadale. W l -TeThe Beach Pa-
C. J. Miller, of Verno, Is in the of this ailment. They also overoome troL, xx _______________________ __________
city on bswiames. the necessity of constantly taking lax. Dudley. A. T.-*6Italowing the Pall, - -
F. R. is at th i keep tie bfwel m torm ld Paul LT HeorablePeter lengths of from 12 to 16 feet In order
S tDorrlla. of Tampa, There Is really no similar medicine Sterling.u tU 1o1 A 11eo to build them." P I
S * good-sRex l Orderlies, especially Hent, G.reA thAis country to sell lumber nn eten ec m
P. A. Vah Agnew, a prominent at. for children, aged and delicate per, books good for -bes under 14. lengths only, and our prices on the
torm hA Kamename, Flan arrived in sns. They ae prepared in tablets. Comay lengths under ten feet in almost any
the ty last .lght for a visit to form and In two Isesof pckages; 12 gsT lews Br -Ta Puldix A l n material, are lom $2 to $10 per thous-

Can make better desserts next time Pier, A S.-rdli g of St. Ti duct, s inuc a ioori f, ceilin bevel ..
St ey ue Blue Ribbon Vanflla or thy's.x -ed siding, etc., in order to grade the
t n11 1 V.Dyke, He ary-The Blue Fow- Flames Reduce St. Andrews O resb tousobenomr to 1 p U
Nico Hele- oy' Lufe of Abrxa School Building toAshes cent of the lengths der 10 f aeet on
ham -. -l_.o turers to burn up all engte. punder- 6-
S-ils, "acob-arkingao an American. None of Pupils Injured. feet, ma there absolutely no sale for -
SNE T Sewall, Mouy Mn iuott-Paul Jones. them. Walle, on the other hand *be
SNatural Helc&* architect and the contractor order
I Burrougha, Joha-quirels and their lumber in long lengths with the
SOther Fur-bearers. xx On. e hundredand flity school chil- iea of cutting it up into lergths from
Hornaday, Wi, T.-The erica dren were marched to safety on Tues- one to six feet when placing it on the
O COLD I E II-| |||Natural History. day morning at St. Adrews, when, at building.
I e A I N I obe. C. G. D.-led Fox. ten clock the frame school brlding The eame writer sa ys that 10 lo 20 O t A
Srapwhy of a .The Ta f the 1 which the children w ere studyingfor the flooring of\ porches five feet
y U e o A dut .Sandhi Stag, rof the Hated. caught re, belng totally destroyed b wide. He conludef by maken the to let this opportunity
a m F ound in Thom- County Comnm issioners Find Brooks. eft-Xb,. .Bo Ma- l Unusual order revamed, no one ri gn.ioa.itpratie ofdieard Von
r xx being -urt, o alethoh exciting cOndi- ing the saving of waste na building
tO"'s Candies. That the Distiicts Must Dodge. Mary Hana Brker un prevailed for a short timeThe specifications. This SoO W
Sor the Silver bu ilding is an absolute loss it ben "I thing the waste In our limber T S eason woo IS,
hae.. Mm. t Yawl xx none of the pupils were Injured dtrr- which yaon will readily see, prohibits a __
Sa. --Roosevelt, Theodore Ranch Uife Ing the rapid exit made from the burn- a man from going to the expense of guaanted cr
g'g hW mmi rtcy. wim give an and the Hunting Tral lxx ,g building. taking any timber ot of the woods an,
sw of M ftree for every ounce o NO CHANGE CAN 85 MADE UNDER pe -Held for Or- A Paying Investment. that he might cut nto thesetyles and the finest tail-
iil a mift SlOO Iany KdhiSr ca' THE LAW EXCEPT DURING THE derase ArxrR.-o see Mr. John White, of 38 Hihland l orengths and find a good market for
di milsi -Thompson, Arthur m L -Gold Seekingt A le.nThe short lengths that do acVcrue in
a-i-m -- -, . YEAR OeAGEERAoL EotsTr xx oso Houlton, Maine, says: "Have te ordinary manufacture of gs i or In Mg
Hu a m tr uu daily lept oTs.b YEAR OF A GENERAL ELECTION on the oa. O ut eeer n troubled with a cough every win- longer lengths, will easily ran to 25 .|
Scream candy AND THEN IT MUST BE DONE Beard, .-A ican Boys and spring. LastinterI trieper cent of the timber on any section $23 The Suit.
fm ihorTMptenuts arebutothhoflan
bnOe fate a emadies. Besides PRIOR TO JULY 1. Handyook. continued until I bought a 50c. It would be a great mistake to
the. PaeRs a eRm Tplete at fresh Barbour, R. H.-School and College botle pf Dr. King's New Discovery: charge such waste as this to the vol-
t t all th1er klds of pure candies sports. bewe that ws half gone the cough u ntary device of the lumberma, who
%.e a f1 m, rcict os. 12 and 15, which ete Hall, A. N.-The Boy Craftsman, was all gone. This winter the same wastes only what he cannot use In
1 I M fsm-- Colon. Precincts Nos. 12 and 15, which the Joh, Thomas M.-How Two rppy result has followed; a few his business. The clol-er dawan of
LAA BUBR MO Quatale, the County Cammissioners decided to Boys Made Their Own Electrical Ap dmes once more banished the annual specifications, and with moae care pl h Sit )
wor1w wMd CCold ad Grip remedy change at their meeting of Tuesday P otU.- couh. I au now convinced that Dr. regard to tahe possible use of the short Ip pM b ,
reaoves ause. Cell for fall name night. making two election districts of Seton, Ernest Thompson-Two Little Kaing's New Discovery is the best of lengths, now ignored, would not only
Look for lawmanWS 3. W. GROVE, 12 and four f No. 15, are to Savages. x& a cough and long remedies." old help the lumberman to l'ger profit
Sa they are at Present, a the a oWeeler, C. G.-Wootd Workander aranee at all de s. 50cbut greatly prolong the d.rat ion
coI Iissioners have not the power to Beginers al bottle free. the lumber supply. recta attention general orders NS 4,
make chan In elet on district"White, Stewart Eward-Thefr- A of Clarence la Owes, commander o
chahgainelneetiT L IsR est.xo tMalaria Causes Loas oF Appetite. the Army of Teanesse Department
S th during the year ofa -esner Among the magazines the tollw sn T The n oS.tandard GROVES TASTE. United ons of Confederate Veterans,
rHIK .Il-' ing aV i .. i- o e re recommended: flTT I I LESS CHILL TONIC. drives out mafa- cawling for a reunion of the daprtment
ofet ftactm whene tlhe roreeded.tYot 'A hot, Srgueo, Pub. s 1 rUita and builds up the system. For to be held in Mobile, Alabama, Novem-
it tnor ts f_ en .... ^roce- e t- American Boy, Sprague Pub. Co..s, goe ,h h ub a grown people and Children 50c. ber 24th-t2th. inclusive.

calledIupon, UUU it as his oplate on that Outing. Outing Pub. Co., New U LLthat camp appoint sponsors, malds
at J ^ the- p t t. Popular Mechanics. ----wthat motie of all official appointments
Apa S a election districts and changes In them ple b merely suggestive, and Is of- Tremendous Loss in Lumber rT I Taue, Esq., of Mobile, Ala., chair-
naew districts during the r of a th. best ^ surest ways in which t? ThIghVSci tospoesors, maids, chaperons and
._o general election t J providul ouch help any boy is to put him in the way YOr Ilg Dawlater. in order that their naae
Five Small Children, changes are made prior to July of that a good book. may appear on the official programme
year, and due notice given of the Any one not having boys of their Traditional Lengths. and proper provision be made tfi
--chM own, but who are interested in themn.- LOcal Camp W l Select a their.ntertalnaent.
A case ( ab te destitution at. cs\Tn1 helb the sood work alon by *The hospitality of the warm heart
treated rabslute des attention CONVICTED OF maing centre ons of either books The fact that great waste occurs in S and Discuss A- e and generous people of Mobile it
tlrcted elaritabel s attesniso SgLITTNG LIQUOR or mosey to the circulating library of ordinary lumber manufacturing, be- POSOr a proverl andall visititang oo
w *w IW, aoeepaniod by two of the boys' department cause short and odd lengths and proaching Reunion. friends are assured that verythia
.o. mls toth e d city, to ayJps i, Sd spring ShDN PERMITS widths Bare not used has been mainly 0m bearl ee h m o e
.aaatinlavi of reta ia lqor womridwut lcnse.l ISSUED YksTJri DAY is, hever, tha the lunberman An important meeting of the local C. ETON FLEMING,







Merchants Should Take Notice-Our Goods Never Give

f The New York Sales Promoting Company takes over The Sam Rosenau Company's entire
of Chinawae, Glass, Granite, Tinware, Toys, Etc. for a ten days' sale. We are too well known
you that we carry the largest assortment of this lie. 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 F
tell more, but the full importance of this sale cannot be conceived until you come into the store
look for yourself. Our store was packed and jammed all day Monday, opening day; thousands of p
flocked to the greatest cut-price sale ever known in Pensacola. You are lucky people to have s
sale at the very height of the season. It affects the very goods now most in demand.

Snme to Headquartersl NEWmYORKaiLreSnOC Don't fail to visit our S
Sfor China, Glass, Granite, Ses and Sells Quick. WARE undoubtedly
Advertising decorations under personal supervision of H. B. Loeb, .
TinWare, ToyS, Etc., Etc. Southern Manager, office 311 Woodward Building, Birmingham, Ala., greatest bargains ever o
Swho reserves the right to name the prices to turn it into money in 10 days.
DOORS WILL OPEN AT 9 A. M. Staple Tumblers........ ................
Goblets ... ... ...... ..............
THE MERCER CHINA WILL BE IN THIS Seven or twelve ounce....................
SALE. NOTHING HELD BACK. STOP, LOOK Decorated Blown Tumblers ...............
AND LISTEN ONE MINUTE AND THINK WHAT LIStLen Lo he now, Weep and 8-inch Glass Cake Salvers........
THIS SALE MEANS TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND No. 32 Glass Lamps, Complete ............

THE PEOPLE OF PENSACOLA. WEDDING Moan of Our Competitors. ....................
PRESENTS, THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS AND i Glass Butter Dishes........::..............
NEW YEAR PRESENTS AT THIS SALE MEANS We Have the oods! We Have the Bargains! GSugar and Ceams. ............
THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS WILL BUY AT -.. Rochester Chimneys, No. 2............
Come and Be Convinced- iLan Globes .... ......
THE RUSI.-. f. -- I Double Side Wash Board ..............
THE RUSH. ->. We Lead! Others Follow! lc RollsToilet Paper....................

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S Us Stick t have ven him a jolt that jarred
Shi aboard some of inftllblltty and
to.the Text. nade hi realie that he is subject to
The Jackomlvle TImme-Unmon co- like mlitatome ans other mortals.
mumel- opes the killag of eokeOator -
Cmack, quotes with genes a. Jim WA dwad has quit the race for
WMrIg from The Journal oj the sub. 2*mor at Atlsata bhsmoe ofa his bibu-
geot- dsadys: lons tenmiean, s I&ad i esacloth and

The Pensacola Journal deplores the.
slaying of ex-United State s Seator
Caruwck at Nashville sa d end mns
the fase ldeas of roeor witch led to
the bloody deed, n scathing language
Of the effect pon the reputation of
th South it a says: "Incalculable. Im-
amumeable amb has been dome to
Us nla all or mot -iad ma*rl i-
terests by this foul, cruel d bloody
uWYvl of brail medieval ethos
to D a simple *Dl,
eor, to wor-, es
elvMi d for tMtease and we are
Igintg aong every liae la emae-
qNNO'" Barve, e 6pel osudom--
atW of the IoWm1 y falae stead-
d of honor Mad ou e that will -be
estiaed with ethting usths ahr-
dw to maintain It." eupled with dras'
tie alsmsate, w esevisee thse
itea uphold It that be who takes the
gife O another-becase of ersonal re-
ea t Is ae m*ore ere that was

"O-pled with drastic pualnimeat"
-aye, there* e rebo W ilthe lay.
o er ln the Oarm ose get the punish-
ma t he deserves? Do s h ever get
St when tbey ave aflduential friends
ad social satang with enough
credit to hire a good lawyer, no nvat
tor how foul their erime?
"vWt now the echoes of that-fearful
ragedy in Nashville are dying l-o
itetlo away, public -tu'tlmnt Is fal-
ftg ask into comlertsle repose, ama
noe newspapers which insist on dil-
turbing that repose by uat
-loaders of public duty in the preti
oes are impatiently urged to "Give us
sam thing new and don't talk that
Oaemmk affair to death."
Tmre is just the trouble. It would
ay the Southern res and Southern
* Bc sentiment as expressed by the
best people of the S oth, to make
-that Carmwack affair" the leading i-
s la this section for at least twelve
aIGMhs to come; to reach about tt
t A s.e .from it in the schools; to make
it thh chief subject of conversation
wherever two or three were .aet to,
gather, and thus to drive hbome to the
ea lrt and mind and coscience of
every Southern mum the urgent, tan-
pjetllve necessity of reforming our
elvlization without delay and ellai-
Mating forever from it the fot, false
standards of honor and courage which
led to the murder of Carack.
To achieve an end like that would
be worth ore than the election of a
doOea democratic presidents in uc-
cesson, for presidents and their poli-
cies are not concerned with the deep
ant fearful problems which lie at the
balls of our civilization and whick in-
Mqva the safety of every beme and
every lfe in these Southern states
where the deadly weapon is the ready
arbiter of almost every persoad die-
The newspapers of the South aight
well dispense with politics aA eveh
bn4ustrial a leading ssue
for a year to come ad stick to the
text of the Carmack murder as the
one matter of traeneendant import-
ance. and it woufl pay them and
their readers richly to do so if thereby
mwe might destroy forever the tklody
rode of the pistol-toter and all that it

The German emperor bows to the
Stori and will hereafter let his minis-
ters do the talking for the press in
the policies of the empire. Emperor
Bill as nheenu utfforinx with a case of
exaggerated 'go ever since he 9noent-
ed the throne and has bees Mattered
into the belief that he was a meeh
greater man titan he really was. He
calls himself the war lord aad yet h
sever heard the whistle of a bullet--
nor looked upon a feld of battle. His
versatility is not geniu, hisarrogaae
is not courage and his **sl s Is
et frmaness. It in well that t oe force
of circumstances, whieh is lylag tIn
*wait for all of us to reduce our a-
aortaace aand trim UK down. shoMld at

ashes will now devote himself to the
solution of the deep and complex prob-
lem of how to make aowearoeff tick.

T. S. Eight, member-elect from Mas
rion county, oppose all three of thd
coeMItdit4Ukltl amendments, and won
out h7 a Ia majnerity. Evidently
IAght didn't want more light for his
oostiunts as provided for by one
of 4the amements

Hon. W IIam J. Bryan I6as accepted
an IvltantmUe to be present at the state
fair at T2mp sext February. Mr.
Bryan mad the fair are both to be
cegrslated. VWe coaAdenty rely
upon Stovall andd Iambright of the
TrItbae to studiously refrain at the
r of their IIUve from asking the dis-
tie&ishe guest t he will be a camd-
date for president next time.

North Athlma was covered with
smor Saturday morning; at the same
tiae Florida was bathed in sunshine
tfrom ed to end. And yet the Mo-
bile Register recommends the Alar
bama winter climate to Mr .Taft as
superior to that of Florida. This
would be almost libelous If the issue
were personal, hut as t is we pass it
by with the scornful smile that mean
so muca when you are sure of your
end of the game.

Bailey, of Texas, very able man that
be is. is distinctly not available as a
Southern democratic candidate for
the presidency. His own state would
be divided- on that issue, but Culber-
soa of Temaa, while not a name to
cojure with,. Is a clean, strong man.
with me odne of oil about him. And
Csarkes l sa mighty smooth politician.
Keep roer eye on him in canvassing
Southern avullable for the presiden-
cy.' He Is the McKlnley of the dem-
ocragtic party.
The anist platform upon which
any stat4sman (?) In Florida can run
for the legislature is one which de-
sunaoes all forms of taxation, no mat-
ter bow strong and clear is the argu-
meot to abow that such taxation is
neemmeary, tOr Increased educational fa-
eilles e ad such little immaterial
things as that whioh are merely pluto-
cratic devices to further oppress the
dear, dear peepul. He Is a dead sure
wilmer on such an issue.- Some ot
these days this same increased educa-
tion will sa these cheap demagogues
to the. rear and men- with brains and
coaciece will take their places.

A Roland for his Oliver was never
better illustrated than in the follow-

"Nine-teaths of the bank robberies
are committed west of the Mississip-
pi.". says. a New Yor contemporary,
complacently. And nine-tenths of the
'embe elements* seat tof it probably.
-Washington Herald.
In bdth' cases 'thie money is lot,.
but- it is really more comforting 1o
lose it at the end ofa gun or a stick
of dynamite than through the agency
of a slick rascal in whom you have
placed your co-fidewce. He wounds
your self-esteem terribly: in the other
case self-esteem is got involved.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
are. as- fie a body m women as there
is on the planet and they are devoted
to a setimenet, to great historic mem-
ories of which they are the heirs and
guardians, with an unselfish fidelity
which challenges the admiration of all
unprejudiced people. But at their
sessiom the other day in Atlanta waen
they severely critkused a Confederate
veteran for giving his ero of homor
to a Federal general they were per-
hapa extreme to a point not compat-
ible with the uatwaa sood feeling
wtab aow p-val easmeg the men
on both sides who feght the battles
of the cvi war. When President Mec
Kinley, a Untion eeier., visited M
coa, Ga., d4r-ug his term of office, a


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reason of our sense of obligation to
the press of the South, we are akaing
an explicit ex-ph)ation.
The Standard Oil Co. and its oe-
cers have many millions, probably sev-
eral hundred million dolia, invested
In the South, d for years we have
persistently, in person, by letter and
through the Manufercurers' Record
itself, urged them to wake still larger
investments there. Naturally, they
wanted to develop the South and wke
more profitable their own tnvetments.
The United States Steel Corporation,
with its vast capital, is putting mil-
lions into Southern iron and steel de-
velopment, aad we have urged this
upon that corporation ever since it
was organized, and ts recent advent
into Alabama is universally reprdm
by the people of that state a the
greatest bksing of a material kind
that has come to that counmmhm o lth
In its history. We have soUeamers
credited ourselves with "Aing helped
to proabote that blessing. The Masa-
facturers' Record expects to be instru-
Bmeo in inducing many other to put
tedr money In the South.
A Series. Matter.
"I've got to speak to the girl's fa-
ther tonight o a merm s stject.-
"Aw. dent be afraid. LFthers is
real lifseldom object to giving up
their girls."
"But I've got to see if hell stand
for a few months' free board."-Ex-
change. & vetoan -leed Ms crse
%orf homr to the lapel of the preuet's
coat and the whole country roared ap-
proval I It was right in tbe Case of
MeKialey ,why not in all oer cases Y
Such a act means onaly ab ement
of the hateflt war prejudices whiek
have done us such lnfinte hrm on
both sides of the line and the restore
tion eof complete fraternity. It deew
not mean any concession of principle
unworthy of a Confederate soldier. Let
us have peace.
A dispatch sent out from San -An-
tonio, Texas. Tuesday, reports Mr.
Bryan as saying "If the party so de-
mands it, and conditions arise to war-
rant it, I may be a candidate for the
presidency four years hence." It may
well be doubted ifMr. Bryan used
these words, for he has his sense of
humor and sometimes he throws a
sop to tme Cerberus of the insatiate
press. But even it he did use the
language attributed to him he maM
nothing more than John Smith or any
other good American citizens might
have very properly said under the
same circumstances. We, ourself,
would not hesitate,to be a candidate
for the presidency under such highly
favorable circumstances.

A touch of nature makes t e whole
world kin. John D. Rockefeler be-
trayed symptoms of irritation the other
day because there was some little de-
lay in paying him his dollar and a
half witness fee in a cawe in New
York. How comforting to think that
John D., with Standard Oil and a
thousand million dollars back of Wim,
is after all one of us and can make
himself sociable with the breawlnners
in this good, old fashioned way! John
D. Rockefeller kicking for a witness
fee is a subject for an epic poem or
the sculptor's art, and he ought to
be embalmed in everlasting verse and
eternal marble in that noble attitude.
What a tribute to our sturdy Ameri-
canism in which we defy all creation
and stand fatfooted on our rights!
The learned and always interesting
editor of the Tampa Times says that
"protoplasm" is beyond him in a dis-
cussion of the physical basisof life.
We don't believe him; on the con-
trary we believe that if he would over-
come his sporadic modesty he could
give us a most entertaining and in-
structive article on the subject. Pro-
toplasm is Invisible, even under the
microscope, and is one of the dear,
delightful hypothetical necessities of
science to eke out the scientific the-
ory of life, with Prof. Huxley as
sponsor. Under such circumstances
we feel profound reverence for it, and
lift our filial hat to it as to a beloved
departed ancestor. Protoplaua must
be respected in our presence for fam-
ily reasons, and we call upon the dis-
tinguished editor of the Tampa Times
to cease his flippant talk about "li-
quid affinities" and coagulationn," and
give us something worth while, s he
is well able to do, on protoplasm as
the common ancestor of our race.
We have never been entirely satisfied
with Adam in that capacity, for he
was weak In will aad too much under
female influence, and if the evidence
is soeu dwe will be glad to substi
tute protoplasm in his stead, even
though it is lacking in mared traits
of individuality and there is nothing
in it to inspire a warm personal af-

FOR. *
S ManufactUrers' Record. -

Answering a question that has been
asked by a few of our esteemed con-
temporaries in regard to Me. Arch-
bold's subscription, the facts are
simply these:
Trhe Standard Oil Co., through Mr.
Archbold, hss given orders to the
Manucturer' Record, t the solic-
tation of the Me"nfncturers' Record,
for copies of our pVlbticttkon at our
regular rates of su-tecrA and they
have been circulated in the interest of
the South as stated in detail elsewhere
on this page.
We thought our statement nmade
last week about this matter was u-ffl
cient, and the letters we have re-
ceived confirm that opinion. But by

This i Only a* wr.
Hoa. Du.aea U. be Was elot- e
al msddstat e t Cn st:t 0nla0
Waterw*ays cov*Ueu. held a Colum-
bus, Ga, this wOM. Tht is the rfir.
boaer that h- sam to Mr. 016ter
siace Inst Jmis, 'fae wasn leeted
as a United t fm Flr-'
Ida. But I a starter. It
Mr. Pletcher i*ptrTecogniaed as. a
man of more them ael ability by the
United States --te, the News will
be deeply dippjlateA-DeLand
Pre Dinl Mont of the Talking.
Since the election there has a een
more or less talk of an extra session
of the leallatare which Governor
Broward would call sometime atis
month. We do not belie-e Governor,
Broward intends to eall an extra se--
sion, and as a matter of fact the talk
of such a procedure has been based
on "mere rumors." The state press
has been doing most of the talking.
Governor Broward has not been heard
to say anytbfi on the subject; but
if he should decide to have the law-
makers to reconvene we believe he
would put the public on notice in plen-
ty of time to-allow the 3ew-papers
an opportunity to have "their say."-
DeLand News.
John Snyder Saves Train.
John Snyder, on last Tuesday af-
ternoon, while walking on the rail-
road from his home on Stevenson's
creek to Dunedin, about two miles
distant, discovered a sink hole in the
middle of the track, which had form.
ed since the passing of the last train,
says the Clearwater Press. The rails
and ties were broken and unjointed,
w'ilch would make it impossible for
a train to pass over it. John quick-
ly grasping the situation and realiz-
ing that no time must be lost it be
was to save the coming freight train
from a serious wreck, quickly ran to
Dunedin and reported the And. A
distress flag was provideJ and John
hastened back to the scene in timely
to wave down the train. ,John's pres-
ence of mind is to be commended and
he deserves a substantial considera-
tion from the railroad company, whom
he saved thousands of dollars awn-
probably some lives.-Tampa Times.
Poultry Raising in Georgia and Florida
The state poultry show will prob-
ably be held during December, this
year, at St. Petersburg. If it is found
necessary to postpone it the show will
be heM in conjunction w!ih the mid-
winter fair in February. We believe
the display of poldtry will ,be finer
this year than er before, Judging
from the vuccessaM. show in connec-
tion with the recei4 fair at DePuniak
Springs. Po6ltry alsng -s a distinct
industry is spreading in Florida.-
Jacksonville Times-Union.
Farmers Institutes Is West Florida. I
Prof. Rolls retWaed Wednesday
from a visit to Frageln. iYberty, and
Calhoun counties. 'WAe away he
held nine seasiOtO Of farmers' Insti-
tutes, and these in counties where no
institute have been held before. At
Apalachlooia a special excursion train
was run to bring In the farmers from
the outlying districts. The *ttemestce
here, as at *a the other places, was
large. There is n lively laterost la
agricultural matters Ina that section,
and the farmers abow a strong desire
to profit by the results of aH lcientiUc
work. A marked progress towards
better farming methods can be ob-
served; less attention is being paid
to crops that mist be shipped, and
much more to the raising of more
stock and home produce. In this way
the farmers are making themselves
more sad more independent of dis-
tant markets.
t Blountstown the children from
the higher classes of the public school
attended all the lectures, another
proot of the Interest in these counties
for agricultural progress.
At Bristol an exhibition of work
done in the public schools was held
in connection with the institute. The
Interest of both teachers and pupils
in this work was evident, and the ex-
hibition would have been creditable
even to a much more populous center.
It is to be noted that. at Apalachi
cola a leading part in the Institute
was taken by the Board of Trade.
This shows commendable foresight-
for they understand that by develop-
ing the agricultural interests you de'
velop your city.-Gainesville Sun.
Means Much for Florida.
Duncan U. Fletoher, who will suc-
ceed W. H. Milton in the United States
senate from Florida, has been elected
president of the Mississippi-Atlantic
Island Waterways Association, recent-
ly in session at Columbus, Ga. tMr.
Fletcher is thus given an important
position in the ftght before cagr~s
for more liberal aid to waterway pro-
jects. He has devoted much thought
to this subject and, when he enters
the seaste, will be capable of effect-
ive service to his state and to the
South at large in commanding the at-
tention of both houses to the needs
tof the South Atlantic and Gulf coast.

Our own, Mr. Spark-
man, Is a undoubtedly the best posted
Sewther man in congress on river
and harbor projects, owing to his long
and studious membership of the great.
home mmittee having such matters
in charge. Mr. Sparkman will com-
tinue, to be the senior Democratie
member of this committee in the next
congress and Mr. Fletcher's authori-
tative position as the executive head
of the potential Mississippi-Atlantic
organization wilt make hm a conspic
ious leader in waterway affairs in the
upper body.
Florida has much to expect from
these gentlemen; and they will be in-
dustriously assisted by the other mem-
bers of this state's delegation.-Tampa
The Mosaic Puzzle Craze.
The toy shops and department
stores of New York are I.-t to their
last straits to supply the demand for
the mosaic puzzle- or "-'ut up" pic-
tures that everybody is now after. The
erase is equal to ping pong, which
swept the country a few years ago.
The New York Sunday World has ar-
ranged a unique mosaic or "cut up"
picture for its readers. I-sue of Sun-
day. Nov. 22. See if you can do it.
Simple but interesting. No prizes of-
fered. Just for fun. Aldo a new and
popular song, as usual.
Gadaden County All Right.
The late business depression, which.
happily, is now fast disappearing, has
left no scars of serious or permanent
injury on Quincy. WhHile the low price
of tobacco has of course temporarily
tied up many thousands of dollars,
this money sooner or later must be re-
leased, and when it does find its way
back into the channels of trade though
the volume may not be as great as In
more prosperous years, its powbr will
be increased because the depression
has taught us lessons of economy and
prudence. Besides all this it will
have demonstrated that Gadsden coun-
ty, the pioneer home of Sumatra to-
bacco, can weather a storm of this
kind and come out mniling and ready
for another crop. Then again it will
bave taught us to take care of the
good name which the superior grade
of our tobacco has earned for us in
the markets of the world. So, taken
altogether, we shall emerge from the
panic with many credits to be placed
over against our lesses.-Gadsden
County Times.
No Cleaner Man Than Bryan.
Bryan will never be president but
he will take place in history is a
strong character in our national civic
life, shaping by his influence nad
teachings many of the reforms of his
day. The presidency would add but
little to the peculiar position of high
regard and great personal esteem in
which Bryan is held by the American-
public. Defeat is no proof that a
cleaner man can be found that W. J.
Bryan.-Havana News. -
With But Few Exceptions.
Many of the Florida editors are in.
lined to comment upon the public an-
nouncement of Editor Collins that he
intends "to live a clean Christian life."
It has been our belief that, with but
lew exceptions, the editors of Florida.
were God fearing, Christian men,
whose morals were an example for
all to follow. The only thing remark-
able about Brother Collins's statement
is that he should think it necessary
to publicly proclaim that as his stand
-Gainesville Elevator.
Letter Brings Good Prices.
On last Tuesday W. N. Culp, farm-
Jug on Joe Cameroa's place, shipped
to John .V. Denton, of New York,
jlirty-two baskets of lettuce and in
forty hours from the time the ship-
ment left Sanford by express J. V.
Dentom received a wire from his house
that Culp's lettuce sold at $4.50. Mr.
Denton received the first lettuce from
Sanford last year shipped -by Mr. Culp
and gave him satisfaction with almost
his entire crop, and in fact, has ship-
ped to that house solid for three years
and sys if there is a man in the coam
mission business who will give a ship-
per a square deal it is John V. Den-
ton. Mr. Denton is a native Floridian
and 'has had nine years' actual eaperm
,ence in the fruit and commission bu, e
eass in the New York market, and habe
had experience both as receiver and
shipper.-Sanford Herald.
Doing a Good Work.-
Commissioner of Agriculture Mciin
is doing a good work in making per-
sonal inspection of the prison caurps
of the state. The recent biennial re-
port of Mr. McLin shows that he i
thoroughly familiar with conditions in
the convict lease system and. by hbr
present tour, the Commissioner is
maintaining his reputation for being
"on the job."-Tampa Tribune.
'No Fault of Broward.
It there Is a fall down in the drain-
age of the Everglades it will be no
fault of Governor Broward. Two new
!edges will soon be ready for dig-

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going, end with the two already
throwing dirt. there wlI be some-
thing doing in earnest in the canal
line.-M-anatee Record.
A Costly Wild Tudcay.
Andrew Edwards, a colored man
and professional hunter and fsaler-
man, was arraigned before Judge
McKinnon yesterday and found guilty
of exposing for sale a wild turkey,
and fined $25.00 and costs. This be-
ing the first case of this nature and
the negro claiming innocense of law,
the judge remitted the fine except
$5.00 and cost. This wiM doubtless
prove an example to evil doers oft
this character.-Mariaana Times-/
New Editor in Sanford.
With thibi issue W. D. Bell, retiree'
from the editorial management of the
Chronicle, and Jos. V. Bergen, who
has for som *trme been business
manager of the paper, succeeds him.
This change is made on account ot
-Mr. Bell not having time from his
professional -work as an attorney to
devote his personal attention to the
business.-Sanford Chronicle.
Make It a Hanging Offense.
The killing of brilliant and gifted
Carmack, proves that our -people are
getting to be just as free in killing as
are the latin races, who have always
been noted for their indifference of
human life. The revolver is a curse
to the world, and the inventor plated
in the band of immn,n implement,
which 'he uses in the killing of his
fellow-man without taking any risk.
when doing so if it is so inclined.
Laws against carrying concealed wef-
pons do not deter dishonest men
from breaking the law. We believe.
one of the blessings that the govern-
n-ent could bestow upon our people,
,would be to pass a lawr-making a hang-
ing offense to man-uacture one or to
carry.-Bartow Record.
Peanut Politics of Small Variety.
One of the first official cts of
Governor Gilchrist should be .to dis-
4place every one of the "perniciously
active" inspectors of convict camps,
etc., who spent their time traveUlng
over the state in the interest of tie
primary. "To the victors belong the
spoils," general.-Gainesvill Sun.
This paper hopes that General GIl-
christ will take a higher view of the
duties of his office than is Indicated
in the above item. If a man had de
a good official he ought to be refain-
ed In office; f a bed one, he ought
to be instantly removed. To remove
a man from office because -he tavor-
ed the nomination of someone else
for governor, is to begin on a very
low plane. It is not the way to bury
factionalism and cement party unity.
It is peanut Vpolitk of a very smau
variety.--Ocala Banner.
Tampa's Great Pay Roll.
Tampa made more cigars the week
which closed Saturday than during
any week of the current year. More
than 5.000,000 ciar .will be shipped
from this port to the various distrib-
uting ,centers of the world. The pay
rolls, reported from the banks, we.13
an increase of last week and were
also the greatest pay roots of the year.
Although the shipments for 1908 are
in decrease of those of last year, for
the present period the local faetories
were no busier last year than this
year. Every available cigar maker Is
employed and there is not a man Who
wants to work in the Joesa cigar In
dustry who canno find employment.
-Tampa Tribune.
Rainfall Destr-oy Oyster- s
E. G. Longe & Company state that
great quantites of oysters have been
destroyed by the unuamal heavy and
continued rainfall of be past few
months. They say that If we had es-
caped this freshet oysters would have
been more abundant and finer them
ever before known here. In their oys-
ter beds at Rose Bay it was common
to find individual hebls three Inches
wide and nine inches long, runn;M&
fifteen to twenty oysters to the
quart. They lost about 4.000 bushels
out of a total of 6,000.-Daytona Ga
The Boys Must Walt.
That distribution of federal patron-
age will not take place as mapped
out by the power that temporarily
he. he boys will have to wait four
years, at least, before stepping up to
the democratic national pie counter.
Alas! for the great hopes and exp*.
stations of some to be thus so rut
lessly blasted. But such is politics.
-lAke City Index.


As to Prof. Alien and ruyam.
Prof. I. E. Allen in a communica-
tion to the Pensacola Journal, says
the reason Bryan was not elected
president, is that there are nn enough



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New and Splendid Furniture Especially Priced

Great big surprises await furniture buyers here. Our big show rooms are crowded with what is, by

far, the finest furniture that we've ever had. And especially pleasing is the lower prices that are prevail.
ng, whie the styles are all of the very latest known to American manufacturers. Don't forget that rilt.
now is the time to buy Dining Tables, Chairs, Sideboards and China Closets, while the bedroom r 1 p
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democrats in the United states to
elect a president. We jui: know that
he wasn't elected. Mr. Allen says
the prosperous times will soon be
here, regardless of the eleet!on of Mr.
Tt, anld lgnes panis as being like
many other'strange thbMs that come
at irregular intervals, and after rnn-
ning their course, disappear. Wte just
know that the panic came.-Mariaana
Thinks It a Sensible Paragraph.
The Pensacola Journal, ever the
declaimer of good democratic princi-
ples and doctrines, in referring to the
death of the democratic party. bha
the following sensible par-graph:
"The democrat- will have a good
many more congressmen in the next
house than they had in the last one.
and this being true where is t.I sense
of talking about the death of the dem-
ocratic tarty? Increasing -trengtb la
an invalid is not proof of dissolu'ion."
-Holmes County Advertiser.
A Kind-hearted Editor.
Editor Mayes is a very kind-hearted
man. 'He has removed the fence
about his premises, so that the stray
and hungry cows may feast on his Sat-
suma oranges.-Tampa Tribune.
Our New Military Roadway.
The new military roadway from
Pensacola to Fort Barrancas, has been
completed by the contracting firm and
accepted by the government. The
government spent $35,000 on lhe wtik
and Escambia county V0.000,. while.
the city of Pensacola pent $10,000.
The road is about ten miles loug.--
Ocala Banner.
Not in the Right Places.
The Pensacola Journal figures it
out that Bryan gained a million votes
over Parker. But he didn't gain 'em
In the right places.-Tampa Tribmne.
Pensacola "Stands Pat."
Another saloon agitation has just
been settled over in Pensacolal After
the local option election there Lad
frightened tCe liquor-sellers out of
their boots, they conuentel re, and
even asked for. certain restrictions.
One of these was the Caosing of all
saloons at 9 p. m. Thiq was put into
effect, and has been in effect ever
since. Recently, however, the saloon-
Isis, after the manner of their hWnd,
reached out for a little more and in-
augurated a movement to have the
closing time extended to 11 p. m. The
city council of Pensacola haq just
voted down this etM-**'n by & vote
of 9 to 3. The paper ay the plan
works beautifully, and the people can
see no reason for miaktg a change.-
Tampa Tribune.
Penacola to Boe a Great City.
EU route home we had occasion to
stop over a night In Penaacola. Of
course we found Bro. C'awford in his
new quarters, to which he had 3ast
moved the Uvesnag News. It Was
worth going along ways to soe 1Jl
handsome face baa hear him taller of
the bright outlook for his paper and
city. He has greatly Improved the
News, and has a great future as a
journalist-if we know one when we
see him. We also met Mr. Jones, the
city editor, whose energy and skill
shine through the local columns. It
was a great pleasure, later in the ev-
ening, to greet Editor FrPak L. Ma"s
and the entire force of the Pensacola
Journal. Mr. Mayes is handsome,
gealal, brilliant and honest. His work
In Pensacola is the Journal, the great
morning daily. Not content with one
paper, he has recentlyy puehaed
Dipateh In Meridian, Mis, and sont
Mr. Bernard there to mmage it. while
he sticks to the Deep Water city. We
were deligted to meet in person Un-
Re Joe Dixon. whose light ace showed
through the eolumns the Live Oak
Democrat, but who Is now giving his
ripe experience to Pensacola. If any
city has better men In charge of two
better papers than Pesseool we would
be glad to see it. Pensacola will be-
come a great city, and the Uvenlag
News and t e Journal have the field.
there, and there is no doubt of their
continued and growing prosperity.-
DeSoto County News. *

Try Shot Plug Cut Tobc-
co, then tell your friends. For
sale by Imperial Cigar
Stores. 10 cents a can.
Over thirty lllios of dollars wre
given by women to philanthropy dur-
ing the past year. Mrs. Russell Iage
gave more than any other ene perasou
with the single exception of John D.
Rockefeller. While some of her ifts
are not large, they mel ich to
some young people.
British colonial governor are -.
pointed, the premier having poltiem
power to oppose or a5Cule4e ia t
sugested :palaft st-e t
has prnt y the same power .o
appointed to govern a territory oAf
United States.


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Now Being Sold at Retail by America's Greatest Bargain Givers
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~it I i, .s, .ft s t .th. we ,e nt. sale of strictly High-Class up-to-date Jewelry;. much ls th
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in 15 days for what it will bring, can buy as safely as a grown person. far below the cot of prodution.
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Residence of J. W. Thur-
mand Destroyed, To-
gether With, Cotents.

ctal t T The jmra.
Sane Ala., Nov. 1L.-At, early
hour 0day moving, the idesne
of Mr. J. 11. Th.nmo-ad was f dB s.-
ed to be one' tS. The ttnes-had
Spread I meuh an abtat that it W
Imposeih to avm but a few arti-
ltes. The Are ovigiated from the ex-
osim do t lamp.
At th. home of the bride parents
unday evening at I o'lock Mr. Sen
Ncoe)u and Mim Ola Teat- ware
most happily.inarurd, only a few relay.
tives am frtlM s etig present Im-
a ediately agfer the er.emmy, they
left 1or Pensecola and other points in
Florida, tanklg with them the best
wishes of thirt many friends.
B. 0. MeKmam made a bualness
trip to Slemh Tu esday.
Mrs. J. J. Morris has returned from
a pleamat vist to relatives at Do-
Mrs. Tom brooks Is speeding the
wek at OpC e springs.
H. H. -eyand left We m day for
Hot Sprigs. Ark., whery hbq aes for
Ilas belta. \ .
Green McKinno~ left tpe Plret or
the week for P ma CIty. Fia.
We are pleased to note the improv-
ed ceemation of Mrs. Tofn omeyaols,
who is in an infirmary at Moutgonm-
We regret to lose Mr. H. C. Teat
ad family from our city. He will
locate at Black. Ala.

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Mflligan ,No. 18.-It will be leaned
with much reret by the many frends
.,X M. Sessoms that it Is his tater-
toe to move his family to 8o0ifay
Sto permanently reside in te ftture.
He wll eTaze hin the turpentine bus-
iemm at that place.
Mr. ad Mr. T. . J. note of Lau-
rel Hill. are visiting at the home of
their daughter. Mrs. W. A. Humphries

How many readers have heard of
this terrible disease? It prevails la
th-it far-away country-Africae--espe-
.lally the Congo district It is caused
by the bite of the tsetse fly. When ite
bites a persou. the sleeping symptoms
begin anj finally the sunferer sleeps
until death occurs.
Contrast this with the peaceful.
talmy sleep of health. Is there any-
thing more wearing thea to lie awake
at night. tossing about, nervous, with
cold feet. hot head and mercy knows
wnhat else? Short of letting the tsetse
fly bite us we would do almost any-
thing for relief. How can we prevent
it? Mr. George Hayes, of Union City,
Pa., writes: "I had lost my appetite,
was all run-down, could not sleep
itghtn. I had tried everything without
relief. Vinol was recommended, ad
to my surprise, it helped me at onee;
save -Te a splendid appetite, and now
I simep nSmmly."
VWhat Vinol dM for Mr. Hayes, it
twill do for every rua-dowa, *ervous
and overworked person who cannot
VINOL is aMed in Pensacela by
White's Pharmacy.
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FeRt Cer d
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You have seen other al-
leged folding tables-the sort
that collapse when they ought
to stand, and stretch out a
leg or so for you to trip over
when they are supposed to be
shut tight and out of the way
--but if you buy the WMoId
you get the kind that shuts
and stays shut, opens and
stays opcu, sustains much
weight and yet is the lightest
and strongest table ever put
together. It is a table of
actions, not words, and al-
ways does the right thing.
Removable green felt and
white washablecotton coves
can be fu uishedwith -MdM
Folding Tables.

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tats wAs. l *4. r #. tn mat tir..u:i a vi:; t1 lt, .iA- I.-. iio., ai d -
Hinote will reosate the operation ot relatives the other day.
thi aswaill at Griffith Station, just Mrs. G. R. Sanders went to Cen-
acrosq therirer, at an early date. turry on a shopping tour last Friday.
"-illTg Willie Lester," of Laurel Mrs. Jim Boutwell, S-., went to Cen DO BL 0 0
Hill. Is at home this week visiting his tury on bw;tness one day last week.
pareati. Stnce cotton picking season G. N. Gentry went to Pensacola on
is about over several of Milligan':s some very important business last
prodigal sons are expected to return Thursday evening.
home. Mr. Henry Hudson, of the L. & N. L UL ILL
Mrs. J. S. ColemAn of Bonifay. shops of Pensacola. wa. u:) here re-
came over Sunday night, the guest of. pairing all broken window glass in the .
her daughter. Mrs. E. M. Sessoms. 11 & N. freight depot one day last r Sh s Hi Wife and
She returned tto her -home this morn- week. Negro Shoots His Wife and
ing. '' Mrs. N. C. Stubbs, of Evergreen, I
Qutn e a lttle excitement was created Ala.. is ihe guest of her sister, Mrs. Negro Man Six Miles
at school yesterday y fire catching Georgia Dun..
from a detective lue. By hard work Mrs. Gocr.y- Taplin. of Century. was From That Place.
of the pupils and cool j-,iument ot a pleasant. visitor here one day last
the teachers no serious damage was week.
do*e. Ben Bivars, of Scranton, Miss.. was Special to The Journal.
W. J. Garrett. formerly with the here lasi Saturday to attend the fu- Laurel Hill. Fla., Nov. 1..-Will
ScotiWe Ma ufct-urtg company as op- neral of hisfather, Mr. J. L Bryars. Menchin, colored, killed his wife and
erator on tbidr log train rtinning out C. E. Parsons, who has for some
of this V Ihas entered the depot time been sojourning in Birmingham, a negro man named Reddick Byrd,
here with Is brother to finish a reg- Ala., arrived here last Friday. at Davis's old still. six miles south-
l" linIt agency work. Miss Lizzie W ite. of Cottage Hill east of this place last night. Meuchin
Mrs. J. T. Mapoles is away at pres- was up here to visit her many friends and his wife parted a tew days, ago.
eat visiting her another who is report- and relatives last Sunday. but he returned last night and shot
e quadte sick at 8Sluria, Ala. Henry Lonton. -ho ha. for some the man and woman with the results.
J. A. and W. H. Hart were in town i time been at work in Baldwin county, as stated.
yesterday fv mSfe city of Cobb ship- Dr. Webb, of this place, was sum-
Se. oAla.. arrived home last Sunday. Dr b, of this place, was sum-
piT. of Hester. ws r. and Mrs. R. W.Brooks o Ship- moned and at.wered the call, the man
T. J. vtor to thiesterwas yese bus, an. Miss.. came here to attend the not having died instantly.
yesr funeral of Mr. J. L. Bryars.
.. Miss Ilma Davis, of Foshee. Ala.. at-
__ tended the funeral of Mr. J. L. Bryars
McDAVID. iast saturday. RE UULOiILV

isdclal t Tho JournaL
MelD .hNov. 18.--We are having
some very cold weather now. Every-
thiag looked like it was covered with
enow early Monday morning. "Jack
Frost" had spread himself all over the
Miss Viola WRianms was hostess at
a "tackey party" 4lat Thursday night.
Despite the cold weather the-e was a
large ecr in *ttrA-nce. Some ot
the coetmes were "tackey" in every
sense oa the word. Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter McDMw mcptmsed the prize. Re-
ftrhmemts were served, and music
and gance were Mejoyed until a late
hour. whee all departed for their
homes, deariag Miss Williams a very
char- f hostess.
Miss Aanie MeDaiel. one of Mil-
ton's famaot daughters, spent several
days last week the 4uest of her grand-
mother, Mrs. SbraT MoDavid.
U1. J. d Bowimaand daughter,
Miss Mattle Bowman, spent last Fri-
day Is the Deep Water City.
Mrs. Willason, of North Carolina,
mother of our esteemed citizen, Mr.
Jamps WiH amson, has been visiting
14 MeDavId for several days. hbe
left for her .home Monday, much to
the repet of ber friends.
Mrs. James W41musmoa spent sever-
al das ta iMoInle lart week.
Quite a Imber of our citizens at-
tended tSo X4soie funeral of the late
Rev. J. Bryars at Bluf Springs last
Miss Dora Clark spent Saturday and
Sunday with homfolk at Olive.
Mr. J. M. Harrison is attending
eosTt la Pensacola this week.
Mrs. Sabra McDavid is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. E. Y. McDaniel, in Mil-
Mr. and Mrs. M'allory Williams. of
Pensacola, are visiting relatives iu
MeDavid this week.
Mrs. M.L M. Care. of Pensacola, has
beIe the guest of her daughter; Mrs,
Alle Caro. for several weeks.
Mrs. John G. Care and little daugh-
ter. Modesta, and Miss Hel.n McCol-
louah, of Pensacola, are the gupss of
Mrs. J. A. MeDavid and family.
e 4 a nnaber of the young people,
of ft omm nity tendered Miss Msa
mie McDvlid and er guests a rui-
priae party Tuesday night. All thosf-
reseat report a grand time.
Mr. A. C. Brewton. Sr., is aill quit,'
Il at the hoU 8 of bis son, J. W. Brew-
Mrs. & C. Brewton Is on the sick
Ist this week. We hope she *ill soon
be entirely we.


pOsite a TaUG JournaL.
*Bluff Springs. Nov. 18.--On Sunday
at 11 o'lock at the Byrneville church.
the Bowman-Gentry wedding was crie-
ted, dUe contracting partles being
Miss LiZZie Bowman and Mr. Gilbert
N. Gentry, twc most popular young
people of this place. Rev. .1. T. Fil-
llngtm ofciated. The brid who is
well known In and around this com-
munity and highly esteemed for her
many ,oqd qualities, was attended by
Miss Dora Gentry. one of oui charm-
nlag young ladies. The groom was a; -
tended -by Mr. Henry Bowman. The
wedding march was played by Miss"
Semoure, of Byrneville. A very large
crowd attended the wedding and after
the ceremony the friends and relatives
all repaired to the residence of M:.
0. M. Gentry, where a very bountiful
dinner was served in a most elaborate
Vtyle. Mr. and Mrs. Gentry will make
their home at the residence of Gilbert
M. Gentry for this coming winter,
where they will be at home to all of
their many friends and relatives. Tht-
following relatives and friends from
Pensacola were present at the wed
ding: Messrs. E. C. Gentry. Lee Gem
try. Adison Williams, Worthy Wil-
Hams, Fletcher Bowman, Will Pillin-
gim and Mrs. L Medlock.
The funeral of the late Rev. J. I..
-Bryars occurred last Saturday after-
Boon at 3 o'l oek at Pleasant Hill
cemetery, the fueral cortege leaving
the home of the deceased brother at
3 p. m. Rev. J. W. Seaterfitu. of Pen-
sacola, oeciated in a beautiful and
very impressive service. After the
besotiful prayers aad hymns had been
concluded hi the charch his brothers
lan the Masos e eternity took charzfe
and the preasi.os moved to the
veyard, whie the last sad rites
Mrs. Dan Douglas went to Pensacol,

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Special to Thne journall
Cottage Hill, Nov. 18.-Judge Levy
burned his hand seriously while fight-
ing fire last week.
H. E. Corfman and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George
The sweet potato crop ij yielding
Mr. Blackman is building an addi-
tion to his residence.
Mr. Manning contemplates moving
to the farm which Mr. Dunn will va-
W. S. Pinch is looking up a loca-
tion in Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Todd do not
like their new home in Talsa, Okla.
Much interest i" aroused here in
the automobile race set for Thanks-
giving day. Why not number the
machines so we can tell who is doing
the best speeding?
Mrs. George Dunn sprained her an-
kle last ,Thursday. She is rapidly im-
Some one fired the tall grass in W.
S. Reeve's pear orchard last Sun-
day evening.
Homer Neal will lMad the young
people's meeting next Sunday nigjt.
Mrs. Whillan's class in Sunday
school will conduct the temperance
exercises Sunday. Nov. 29.
Our school No. 60 honored the mein-
ory of Hon. W. E. Anderson by clos-
ing during the hour of the funeral
Miss Susie White was in Bluff
Springs Sunday.
William Kendrick of Bliff Springs.
was in our village a few days last
Our school is moving along nicely,
and the new study, agriculture, has
already been introduced.
Six cords of fat wood belonging to
Mr. Kerr burned Monday.
SThe Ladies Aid society had two soz
cial gatherings this week. reporting a
plea-ant time.
ilmni-r Neal. our rural mail carrier.
is nursing a sore arm.
Two young people, making Cottage
Hill their headquarters, will soon step
into the ranks of matrimonial bliss.
as happy as two innocent kittens.

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Sec-:al to The JournaL
Milton, Nov. 18.-F. E. Dey and
Dr. Humphries have returned from
Ocala. where they have been attend-
ing the meeting of the Florida pres-
bytery at that place.
Drs. Smith and Goethe have return-
ed from a trip to Jacksonville.
Miss Callie Gentry left Monday for
Pensacola, where she will spend sev-
eral weeks the guest of Mrs. John
Price. on West Garden street.
Mrs. John Price and brother, Wni.
.1. Loper, spent several days with
Mrs. M. C. Neuman last week.
Dr. B. C. Abernathy. grand master
of the I. 0. 0. F. of ihe state ot
Florida. visited the lodge at Bagdad
Tuesday night. Hlie was accompanied
from Pmisacela by Messrs. D'Alem-
berte, Frederick on. Zeliui. Nicola and
Miss Johnson and Mrs. Olsen, presi-
dent of the Rebekah assembly. The
ladies of IJlewild Rebekah lodge No.
14 served an elegant supper in their
ball in Bagdad to the viaitin gladies
and gentlemen. The visiting brothers
and sisters 'from the Milton lodges
were Mrs. R. E. Peterson. Mrs. L.
C. McDonald. Mrs. Alice Ware. Mrs.
E.. Gainer, Mr. and Mrs. Hud.on,
Mr. and Mrs. fisher. Miiges Martha
C. Neuman. Annie Moneyway, Addle
Pearl Gentry. Rosa Hoodless and
SMrs. Mayo. The meeting was a grand
Mr. S. I. Harvey was a pleasant
visitor to Pensacola Sunday.

must be careftSl fed.

Grape- Nuts

"There's a Reason."


Secretary Henderson Sends a
Wire to Deepter Water-
ways Association.

Special to The Journal.
Apalachicola, Nov. 18.-The follow-
ing telegram was yesterday sent to
the Atlantic Deeper Waterways Asso-
ciation convention, which meets in
Baltimore, Md.. the 17th. 18Lh and
19th lunsts.:
"Apalachicola, Fla., Nov. 17, 1908.-
The Mississippi to Atlantic Inland
Waterway :sBo.-.s .ion s.n!s 'rereings,
wishes for su :esno ,f, ;our eT.,'tts.
gives and asKs affiliation and requiL sij
you to appolut' J-'egatea to Ii 3 Jack-i
sonville conv.'-nr'ina .


Special t The Journal.
Beulah, Nov. 18.-The cool, bracing
weather, with frost every night, is
just the tiling for good 1-ealth and
for work and everybody in the set-
tlement is getting th, full amount ot
both of them while klas: s.
Henry Garrett has finished grinding
his cane making 370 gallons of syrup.
He also sold a number of .loads ot
cane in town.
Miss Minnie Bryant was in Pen.a-
cola Saturday, on both business and
pleasure and had a very enjoyable
visit. -
Moses Penton. Jr.. and Eliza Ma-
lone were Bellview visitors Sunday.
Mrs. James Shelby and children
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Shelby of Pensacola, last Saturday




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Jackson Square Brand Coffee
Now Being Served at
Watson, Parker & Reese Company.
Always put up in air tight packages of 1, 2 and 4
pound cans.
Sold by all leading grocers.
This famous Fr. Drip Blend has won the Blue
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and Sunday. returning home Monday. -
Leonard Shelby spent a few days in
the city last week, the guest of his
uncle. Jack Shelby.
Allen Steagall has gone to Mis.sis-
sippi, where he has secured a posi-
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shelby of Musco-
gee, were the guests of relatives here
Wednesday and Thursday of last
James Snowden and son Mack, were
in the city and attended the theatre
last Saturday evening.
Rev. C. B. Netherlands and wife are-
the proud parents of a fine boy bab-. You, Mr. Merchant,
born Saturday, Nov. 7th. ou M rcan
Miss Mollie Merritt spent Saturday profitable becanise you have
and Sunday with her parents in Mus-
cogee, returning in time Monday to re- Turn your leisure int
sume her dutie.z in the school room.
Mrs. Bailey and daughter. cf Fort JOurnal.
Deposit, Ala.. are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. P. V. Dawklins. Mrs. Dfaw You'll hear from somr
kins is Mrs. Bailey's niec,.,
La-it Sunday being the 54th anni- come to town Will come to S
versary of Mrs. H. M. Suasy's birth.
Mr. and Mrs. James Snowden gave
a dinner in her bonor and a very
pleasant time was spent by those
present, and all wished h:-r many. re-
turn- of the day.
How to Get Streng.
P. J. Daly, of 1247 W. Congress St..
Chicago, tells of a way to become
strong. He says: "My mother, who
is old eand was very feeble, is deriv.-
ing so much benefit from Electric Bit-
ters, that I feel it's my duty to tell
those who need a tonic and strength-
ening medicine about it. In my
mother's case a marked gain in flesh
has resulted, insomnia has been over-
come and she is steadily growing
stronger." Electric Bitters quickly
remedy stoeamach, liver and kidney com-
plaints. Sold under guarantee at all I
drug stores. 50c.
Hon. Benj. Hilton, of East Orange,
N. J., who is well known in Pensacola.
where he has many friends. is in the
city on a visit.
Yesterday afternoon, as the guest
of his friend. Dr. Frank G. Rensiaw.
Mr. Hilton was driven about the city
it the doctor's automobile,. and noted
many improvements since his last via-
Stmrs kslM an Juper isi th
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have found the advertising columns of The Daily Journal
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by the New President, w ZVWI1 wI5I.ver u Liu--9.
Duncan U. Fletcher. Price, 25c per lb. In reach of all.

SW Jfimporters Coffee Co., New Orleans
IT WOULD PROBABLY CARRY 30,- The public Is cordially invited to try a cup of this famous brand.
000,000 TONS OF COMMERCE AN- L. Bear Co., Agents.
NUALLY AND WOULD BE OF Don't forget the place.
VAST BENEFIT TO THE COUN- atson, Paker ReeseCompany
Sly the whole work can be done by3
The project of cutting tie Peninsu- floating dredges. This canal would be
water circuit of the whole of the cen- he M 0.
west ship <''.:" 'einrg the Al- tral and eastern part of the-United
laptic ocean and the (;ulf of Mexice, States, east of the Rocky Mountains. 321-323 S. Palafox.
was the leading questi(;in before the '"One Utimate says that the canal
convention of the Guliif Coast Inland can be dug for $5,000,000. Reed's $3 Shoes
\\ateprw'ys association in session n at "It has been estimated also that R
Columbu.. Ga.. of this week. Sena- more than 30,00.000 tons would pass
tor-elect D. I'. Fleicher. of Florida. through the canal yearly, which does
outlined this plan 4o the convention not include the enormous traffic from Are Leaders for Men's
in ar speech. in which he said: Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica. nor
"'\e must meet waterway improve- other countries which will use the trade for this busy store.
ments in foreign countries by water- Panama canal. A reasonable csti-
ways improvements at home if we mate for these other countries would
would maintain supremacy or even be a total of 60,000,000 tons annually.
standing in market's abroad. t. complete national system of In-
"The problem of the cheapest and tercoastal canals ought to be con- worn t"ie blue this year were way
safest means of transportation now structed as rapidly as possible. A down on the list, and the man, worn-
required by the Sotthern, W\estern transportation crisis is upon us. The an or child that won premiums this
and Northern growers is solved when transportation mmst be answered." year may know that he cr she had
the United States gulf plorls are something more than the cash to be
opened and the Florida ship canal, ronr ---- ----. -----.* proud of, and that w-rerever show
the lock system, is constructed. The I they would have been in the winning
requirements for cheap transportation. *THE WALTON COUNTY FA1R l tyw
to-wit. ability to -carry large quantity's S class.
of freight ia full loads without change DeFuna- Breee. **** ***** *
and at rapid speed, will theirs be met.
It is necessary to secure and employ v THE ARMY WOMAN
the mcst economical methods of trans- The fair of 1908 is over and it may Ortates
portation if the growth of the country truthfully be said that every predic- N a
is to continue. tion made aboqt it by its friends was
**It is believed that if each farmers it by its friends wa. ..s ---
would contribute for two years one fulfilled to the letter, and only those The wives of the army officers sta-
cent for every bushel of the corn and who said that it would fall below oth- tioned at Fort Hamilton are fully jus-
when: he raises which would find it?. er years have to take it -back. ti their indignant protest
way through this canal, these contri- Whether you measure it by number tied in their indigent priest
butions would supply enough money to of exhibits, number of exhibitors, against certain newspapers holding up
build the canal. This project is not quality of exhibits, taste in display or the wife of Captain Peter C. Hains.
new. The importance of a ship canal attendance. It was the biggest and Jr., s a type of the army woman and
across the peninsula of Florida has best ever held, falling sliort only in her conduct as typical of that of the
long been directed to tne attention of the number of our four-footed live women in military society. Such a
the maritime world. Sruch a c !: stock, but the larger display of poul- representation is as insulting as it is
would shorten about 500 miles e try being double what it was last outrageously falpe. That there are
route ronm Ihe Atlantic ocean into the year and larger than the -display at some army women given tQ smoking,
Gulf ot Mexico. especiaJly to the gu the Alabama State Fair at Montgom- drinking and other forms of dissipa-
ports of the United States, and avoid ery made up for that. tion is no doubt true, but it is not
the dangerous navigation of the gulf Indeed, every department: was over- fair to assume that a majority of
stream through the Straits of Florida. run to that extent that next year larg- them conduct themselves as Mrs.
By the construction of this canal the er accommodations must be provided. Hails has gone. It is indeed unthink-
I commerce andtraveo ofthisaorthen? for. The department of Woman's able.
commerce and avel of thed mortheran Work was given additional space this There is every reason to believe
miles nearer thce moCentral ear and wit this t-ey did not begin that the Washington Herald is correct
1,000 miles nre to theo have the room they should have in its assertion that the proportion of
AmTeeia re opinion seems to behad n which to display the hundreds "fast" women who are addicted to fea-
"Th e weight of opinion seems to be of articles there to the advantage tivities ut all sorts is no great;r-among
thbecause it would ber cana iimpracticable to con- they should have had,,and In less com- army families than among the fami-
becaustrol the it would be impossible to con- petent hands than those who had lies of other classes. It is. perhaps,
trol the water and maintain uniform charge of it, it must have been con- true that a few women have bpen In-
depth. By the lock system the cana! fusion worse confounding. The saune produced in army society who have thu
controls the water, and the navigation accommodations that sufficed for su- desire and do engage in dissipations
is safe at al seasons. It is estimated gar cane was overrun, aad so with of a more or less disgraceful charac-
that in cost and in time of construe- corn. and cane and potatoes and peas ter. but there is not the least reason
tion the lock system would save at and hay and all things else. Indeed, to doubt that an overwhelming major-
least 60 per cent. over the tidewater if it had not been'for the lain of t(he ity of the wives of our army officers
plan. opening day which. kept some of the represent American womanhood at its
"Almost a straight line across the exhibitors from coming Ii we cannot best: that they are models of mothers
narrowest part of the peninsula could imagine where the stuff should have and housekeepers and their homes are
be selected. passing through a number been put. quite as attractive and respectable as
of large lakes, and portions of rivers And it was good stuff, too. No the homes of women of the civilian
could be utilized. There are no en- question about that. Exhibits that class. Any assertion to the contrary
giueering difficulties in the way. Near- in quality three years ago would have is a monstrous slander.



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iwa arnreted "at is kbon ea
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by ey te C Smith
SJsinm's arrest was ordered by
*ft*a Bex- at the last term of the
41ad"al court fqr ias failure to a-,
ar as a witmees in the above Ie
ttar Ie had bee ubp oenae. He Is
hasi dmiita- batnll mI be ap ars
be g gDuO Under the law
Jelmg -ae mpe d bay hria-
smet.- or -a. a Se -dhiatuia of
to fbmsh bead tA hIs appearance as
a witness when Mhe case Is agaa cal-
No Radical Cahige
In the Triff Law
( Fam _PWO P ae)

s duang the last session mf the
aesent oures.
The senator has retarmed to Wash-
ats la satiLipaii oft the meet*ig



*- ho ad^- gSms. gm
a"worth-S now-
bees... 4mo.... aa. Th
w B.' .. $12.50 is as
be mm tey have seem ,t
howl cc movgh to'
o rthe *rc; b
a gtwo B.OM she
Itumbe-tp, thow-up-yoUr-i
Am honest bargain pr"
-od a'uMsmt.:g: If I coat
Sssm eto.third of it,
-, bmesg I should pC
"'r oa sargaias" at the
tims of e articles I shoal
may g in figures abe
use hat space for describe
make th descriptions as
ythi to the h at
the somig price; aad no
that; 1t the custotser co
Th M I shM d'*ak these
by very contrast; by using
to advqvr =iy regular-pir
ing a" *ess "eds and cm
that SWtof thiga; adI sh
so funl of e and siitad
as to *Ake my cComte"s wir

and iamtmctmem; itmay aal
pMcy o QmStore; it may
with tt fact that this store i
a powedul ifhtemce for goc
of *gehaaaise university
by the State. But preach
doesn't even draw a crowd
The fraal, refrigerate
cient advertising is in the
dignity and drawing power
am sot ca4sicium the idea.
a chosen people clothed i
bask in the sunshine of w
of fame; to eat whreit ea
to wear what it wears, to 1
*hat it talks, to dress you
dresses its poodle dog; ti
even ons or two removed
greatness; and people pay
even for the Vtansh or
tsing that is bad. It m
trade sad yet keep withi the 1
Cu s(e pople do't N .YOm
duo as WwM o e e
set. Te sest is easy. The ot
of s*tamin u line.
Eb -alm .d b. f the br
space to talk to yowr customers
tsmmeats. If a powr pleim
70 oew p worr .wadento7m

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papi and fine linen; to By Assciated Prem. below Wilmington. $400,000; Neuse One of the results or e grea.- ees er opposed in on n t one t
.-- JOr eof aiStor or i Pittsburg, Nov. 18.-Reuben Crown, and Trenk rivers, $35.000 new rivers, vention of the National Farmers' un- schemes ever proposedlngd n connection fo rac ma
eath or of a stor y, or said to be a N ew York attorney, is in $12,000: Pamlico and Tar rivers. S10, ion which held a special sei the iith ehndaorsemennts I the plan has ope t or a
s, to What it drinks, a hospital ere mortally wounded by a000; Roanoke river o5.000; Scupper-. .w leans d pcri atenon received, we must assume that it is bright Over three hundreu s
buy Where it buys, to talk revolver shot alleged to have been in- ntl river 5. 000: W5 aamow and I has been to by Mr. W. Be practicable and desirable. have are bee entered. The
Spoodle dog with what it flcted by Joseph Crwn, a brother, Virginia-Norfol, 100.000; Rap pa Thompson for holding cotton. Ones the eence of Governor GIlcm It a
r poode ogwi sit and well known Ptburg attorney. hannock river, $32.0000; Cape Charles the acts of tbe convention was the aP- Id sItaff ae ne Geiovernor will fora
o be 0y exclusive. The latter is in an adjoining ward Ct $25000; Ho mpon Road, a1. pointment of a committee of sixteen IT ingS the Gernor will forma
o second hand; that is dae ors on b a d o which 500; Norfolk 'harbor. $5,00; inani members, to be divided equally be- open the gat to the public. The
th -New nIYork man is accused of hav- wter. ronute No-r-fol t Alb.ein Ie tween the farmers and the comimeyl~ j". 1 MT ..- I ond day of the Pair, February 4, wt
ig anoney for greatness, Ing inflicted. The New York brother oer route, o waterway fro interests here. This committee is to i n tN ws be Bryan Day, Wiliam Jennngs
veneer. It is the adver- is said to have demanded money, orfolk to Sound of North Carolina. confer together upon quest ions or mu- an hang already accepted an in
which the Pittaburger refused to ad- i.0o Aparattox river, $.) tual interest to the cotton growers -- ton from president Brown to pe
eight easily quadruple the vance. zabeth river $5000; James and the commercial interests King John, the oldest a largest several days in Tampa and to ma
boundaries of the elect. Ex- ET.$400000; Nomi ni creek $10,000 N view to bringing about '-ooperation bck ever s een i the Oatkdale, L. L an address. There will be other d
den t need to put salt o their PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. ond riv $5,000; Rpp.ann in the work of upbuildina the pro -oods. has had more cold lead red tinguished visitors. It is proposed t
i o IhSep. YOur bas Ss The following report is furnished river. $30.000; York, Mattaponi, Pa- erit of the cotton section of theater any dozen dee h pr- n r da for the colleges a school
leader;the blweth ofthe daily for The Journal by Marks & monkey rivers and O quan reek This joint country. committee assembled um on his carcass, bt King John of the state. Only the best ad
hers wll pay for te ril FlorGale. F. OB. cotton merchaida, Tnts Pen exasacr. na-Re- yesterday and listened to an address has reigned monarch of the wood for eat class of amusements will be give
cola, water hacinthe, Florida by Mr. mpson i which e outli many years. He as at last been shot space on the grounds. The execati
s-a, dv iiu. Use t, : "d :::::::::::::::..... .- "1 ..a- -h"oldi ng whoush in by George Robtlhoi, of sylUe. committee s turned down sa o
oe eu e Strict middling ...............9 1-16 wters., $10.00p; Louisina and Texa ed his plans for the establishment of by George Robinson, of SayvUie. committee ha tned down a off
I-pSome of them rea.d I m idling ............... 1-16 waters, 1000. a great boling warehouse in this.
Soe of th rad [er Midling ................... ..816 waters, 15,000.- rit. The plan suggested by Mr. A dispatch from Hioless Muat, ys lag atoa ts ea the grounds, a
should t read a t Strit low middling ........ ...8 6 Mlso -Osage river, 0 Thompson does not interfere with the Professor S. H. Sprailns I7 there will be no whiskey or *ee
Shop baia Maryland-Patapeco river channel ware~om e etabshed in the interior boys in his school be us bots.
rsop lj himK d qVICTIMS OF PTOMAINE POISON, to Baltimore, $95.o000; Baltimore har. by the Farmers' Union, but it pro- sailed a negro baud by epoaiag-M- B
.-- bor channel at Curtis Bay, $2,000; poses a quasi-public institution with fls of sand down e f b s ad LYING CHINESE FLAa.
New York. Nov. 18.-Chicken fica- harbors on Chesapeake bay, 0,000; a capacity of from 1,500.000 to 3.000.- throwing bricks through the brass
se and chicken bash served in the WicoWaico river. $5,000; Elk river, $10,- o00 bales, wher the farmer may drum and covertig the lla0000 with Ho-g Kong. Nov. IL-Adln
New York Eye and Ear in aryq o 0;' SqiuOehaana river, $2,W0. store lI c-ottl- at the lowest possible amd. U Macao say the Chinesa Iasist .
Monday has resulted in forty*Eve pr* eMsIsIIppi river-Southwest pass.cot. reeto e-a warel u certificate _. rt se a practically M I
vate patients and the entire stanf o am;oU from head p passes to tte waich wil be as good as a Bank 01 The largest 'bSay t bar I 5t* J4_. of sorpigaty -sad u
thi-ty-five courses being aTuah ed with SW a of Oief relvr, ive iats u eZ- E.gaad notS, sad tem hold his cot- Aslmas es. esoaty rraid thes" Chlmae lag o.
ptomaine poisoning. The chsarityi pauaM of Mississip River Comama- to Wtl e ets- ready to sell it It when Mrs. Are .. este. ay sad are levyiag tas.
tents and the physicians did not have u t.000,000; Bloxi. $10.000; Gail- is proposed that the cost ,ill be low gave birth to a tpw~4d thories are prepsulag to Mis l..
chicken on the occasion and amr re heart, $200.000: Horn Island. $14.000; by reason of the following facts: boy. The la. wfll be M w Mam Portutgese claims by oes if S
m causy. cbasg.e) Mv"inug. None of the case5 are s5- P acagoia river.: $36 ~0S: Pascagnuli First. t .. areaouse being a 4uasi- Howard Taft VaMe. Mr. Vades is sary and are installing a wrel m-
rlous. *ainteance, $36,0SO; Pearl river, public Instltutian. under -the control an ardent RepublicaI. ten aur the al-

I al e a II A cpr-"A Bea Day's Wo
hae mag that e ewn1pisih bad
a- besia o 3*3im ti.t a squir*
1ga -.144"ge M|sat the earth. ML am&
We iarsm" a umber of Interest-

L tag Is dating our visit toa l --- E- uropel- ee0
gtsi aler, i=t dwl ee m cal ii "nn ou 9et01 A nIt
wei f this e uartry," e said, "but it
wil mece arfly be some time before
V*l be n apoa ionf to make f any O rs Unabl to Lo t Chaas, Miiter, ofi of Midway, in .
tou .e the maetary system of the
-U~s it. It is a i big subject and Man Who Fired Shots After Spree, Took Whis- S
Vi s eeg i careful attention. iI th t. 'u
oSnak tut we w say ak to haver at the Depot. key and Poison.

auetins cheafter congress meethe law rege aWhho asa snge onthat en tou m w I I
ai EW UIT ILED ordered him to leave the coach n worked section offait y banks, but if
ast is doe, it will be merely inci No arrest has wo been was ad. It s e in onhie ife. T JouraL
section with tCe shooting of Robert Union spriUw. Nov. 18-News was

Sow te c ici Lto out as timoitv done by a white ming who left Pena- 0ties wen not under the influPr otection -r hnd s e o
ly T.he woulcinld tnwl saywith fereor cola on the east-bound. passenger strong drink. His dissipa thoe twabrhi;; hde abi
weoulderpn letecofres tosett three 'said that he quarreled with a negro In a fit of desperation and despond.- hito of a c rrtig, s tar ct s before whee

.t after conrst e stetsing timeewhist ryemfng wa wound-v,000-F tiee P rotect
P. W. Majettnce. womaas the sole survivinged in the leg by another onullet rom he mixed pleasure and prot. It's worthy of a place your library.
carter of e rm of aers & M the pistol in the hand of th unknown orked faithfully, they er unaleto W rite for it-on your letterhead-or coupon
jette, v. the J. R. Sunders Co dam is swhiteeman. continuee romways handling detail that wiFbust Pae.) ness -
ages $72,000; weevehs Watson, attor- e manshot him. I s lso t -
yo the circuit court: this time when Fleming wa wound- $ 7, F the Protection earch and bth pessBain .whch youll re with

P. W. Majette vs. the West Coast ID Plll L I contingencies) $21,464,141; under Cait- "
Naval Stores Co., damages $4,000. rI I foria debris commission, $15.000; Elow a3mia s
Neeves & Watson, attorneys for plain- I prevention o depots n New York .,
tif. I J -harber, ;155,20; enlargement or Gov- (Nine out of every t* *ddins aniiag mh s M N) ton maa e.eses a D w
Pensacola Water Co. vs. S. C. Stor- ernment Island, New York, $75,000. In a w
rie, damages, $900, Blount & Blount addition to the above the Mississippin n M
& Carter, attorneys for plaintiff. River Commission submits an esti- A dind er
by the chief ofwineers to $2,000,000.have been the inspiration many of the i ro
Estimat s For South. discussed in the book and in use to-ay. 11100
a A ccuse of Sho g Estimates for river and harbor work No matter what your business is, a Burrough will be of imcalculbe help CM Ie by
Man Accused of Shooting -for the Southern states in detail are to yon. There are 58 styles of Burrough.s adapted to Einm ma lt wh
Mrs. as follows: the country grocery to the city bank- It wltake all the brai- *doi
d X Y Z of Mrs. Henry Lewis, Given Arkansas and Louisiana-Cuachita numbing details quickly and accuraTly, ad leave to fr y aand your
and Black rivers, lock No 6, near clerks to get their things done. ... .oII I
*_ 1 land Raft, Ark, $40,312; lock and mso why Besh is bea than labb os-A
dam near Catahoula Shoals, La., and s h-o owtheryidding met m i eu ltru- eL Wa r
Hiram PowIll, white. who was ar- at Franklin Shoals, Ark., $135.92.; tim and eSimely, by Mq badequaf aS ffte i
rested oa suspicion by Sheriff Mitchell Bayou Plaquimine $50.000: Bayou
of Milton, as -having fired the shot Teche, $20,000. Arkansas river, $73, Fre Trial thi
which wounded Mrs. Henry Lewis, Jr, 000; White River, $16,000. n yow office. When yo write l or S
avkyTig ts WiB while she was senated at a sewing ma- 'Luisiana-Waterway from Franklin carco. --- a3n y book, A Btter R m
t -s. NO. 0 chine in her home at Bay Point, on to Mermenton, $100,000; Bayou Bar- ,, Day'sork," askals.oo a.e tII aW
Friday, Nov. 6, was given a prelimi- tholomew. Boeut and other rivers, about the Burroughs, and staf te ASr
w advertig ma y nary hearing before Justice Rhoda at $15,00. nature of yow bainow saw
re vay be Milton yesterday and held for exami- Alabama-Black Warrior. Warrior .. ou M m .
S: bad, very bad, and nation before the next grand ury of and Tombigbee rivers, $1,000,000; Mo- Handod i Brrsegil Alding *NMO. 0. |. I.
Santa Rosa county fn $500 ball. bile, $200,000; M ,obile bar. $342,000; ectricaUy gI t n I *,*.U *.Cheek
The hearing consumed the entire Alabama river. $200,000; Tombigbee, operate ihN l ,LII.W.".. ..... "
in the firt class. It does day. Mrs. Lewis was represented by Alabama and Mississippi, $53,000.
m it could easily make c. M. Jones of this city. Mrs. Lewis Florida-Biscayne Bay, $27.000;
Shas recovered from the effects of h-r Withlacoochee river, $50,000; Apalach- -- J... I
I Where Oae groWS now. wounds. i la bay, 880.,0Q- Carrabelle bax, $75, $25000; Wolf and Jordan rivers, S10, of a commission provided by the state,
02.50" bargain effer has 000; HlUsbor bay, $10,000; Key 000: Yazoo, Tallohatchie and Cold- lit will have no taxes to pay, no part
e people buy the $12.50 e o T I l to 1i5400; Sarasota bay burg harbor, $44,000; South Pass, $50,- paying dividends, for there will be no II
anchas they Wat to pay; n $20,000 ; Apalaicola river, including 000. stockholders, and hence no dividends; "
h/e god; a they UI I I llllll fU lower Chivo la ter. $20,000; Black- Louisiana and Arkansas-Red river, such fees as are charged will be ex -* i S
Sg ; O tey -" .. ........ -- water river, $2500; Crystal. Manotu, $75,000; Quachita river, $334,000. pended for the maintenance and .oer- II1 1 l ll
know that they are etting Anclota, Suw"n and Withlocoochee ation of the warehouse, for taking care
t f ethaA IIll rivers, $24,"*l nian. $9,000; Kissim- CARTER'S NEW JOB. of the bonds that may be required
it for iVery m WhI m ys H I llmlll ee, $5,000; Okltiaha, $6,000; Orange, for building It, for putting in such la-
*ed off by the rpu.up, IlllInllR 11 !111 .$5,00; St. Johns .47,000; Vethla bar, Mexico, Mo., Nov. 18.-Capt. Ober- bor-saving appliances as will greatly __
o-ew h brrah. lIlVlIlM $5,0006 ; Choctawhatchee, $10,000; Es- lin M. Carter, former captain of the reduce the cost of handling the cotton
Oey h ra. ___ cambia and Conecuh, $10,000. engineer corps of the Unted Staten, and generally In providing for the Midwinter Fair Ati
pety anna ned is always Georgla-Branuwick, $47,000; )a,. was found today acting as the super-! farmer sae storage and handling ofar
eed a newspaper page I One of the Men Under Arrest na b intendent the Mexican Brick and his cotton at rates baed upon Preparing For the Open-
oconeeiadond cu rivers. $$)4;. tual cost of the undertaking.
down the or ct- F...l.,int river, $25,00; Savannah river, Capt. Carter was reticent tjday con- One of the advantages of such a
t the w l "Sarga s" or at Nashville Expires57,0;-oosa river, $100,000 Cum cerning his case n the federal crt plan, it is pointed out, wculd be to ing on Feb. 3.
berland Sound. $60.-00; waterway be. in Chicago and declined tos discs concentrate 'here in New Orleans a
top and with the descrip- Suddenly twee Savannah, Ga.. and Fernandinal the merits of his case against the very large proportion of the entire
d give selMig pices o ly; ___F, $41,000. United States government. Ho as cotto supply o the South. This The Fifth Annual tate Fair w b
Kentucky-Kentucky river$210,000;been here more than a monru, but would naturally attract buyers and held at Ta ,euar te 27. T
But values or cost prices -Kentcky-Kentucky river, $210,000; few persona knew his id.utity. Car-, spinne" from all ver the world, for held at Tampa, February 3 to 27. Ti
ig the goe4s o I shod NI.;shv.lle. N .. lVChattahoochee river, $230,000; lock ter is an unrelenting worker here,: here they would be able to fd at all d the Far and to ae It b1e
Ang the gods. I should Nashville, Tenn.. Nov. 18.-Tom Wi- and dam, Key river, $240,000. and lives In his office.timan an y grd of o tton they might Bd betteetin of the utockbol
brief as possible, leave son, chwc in Frank Ferrinar's con- Tennessee-Cumberland river above times any grade of cotton they might Teebed at a meet of t stocho
Sfesbon with being the bangaan of Nashville, $250,000; Tennessee, below BROKE ALL RECORDS. require and in any quantities might era of the Florida State Midwinte
On of the "ustotwer except Captain Quentin Rankin, at Walnut Chattanooga, $120,000; French Broad be desired. This, it i claimed, would Fair AssociaUon, held at Tampa Mo.
r and then I should omit Log, near Reelfoot Lake. dial In the river, $28,000; Tennessee river above Manila, Nov. 18.-It is unofficially takethe control of priceday. Insistent demands that
city hospital here tonight of congestive Chattanooga, $110,000; Tennessee be- stated that the battleship Nebraska. ans of verpoolan th dod New York, and d n ata
aoe too the a le ct a ad out. chis. o low Chattanooga, $310,000. during the target practice now in prog- aomaer ine fin s the price om ite t the Fair be not abandoned, by rallroI
bagai S look like Cari~~~Ity niet l e n a e of nine allegeed South Carolina-Charleston, $250.- ress, broke all records established by actor ab the faMes and other enterprises nte
th rprideers" in Ja.ihereowhoare.-seek 000, Alligator Creek, $66,000, Winijal'_ any navy In the word for marksman- ple. The plan enables the farmer- and o th r e ris teetqe to
the remainder of the page Ing release by habeas rps. He was lig ator P ship with her 12-inch uns. Vhile th o a very large extent, to control the a ing visor and t to
Ced, always-I-StoCK COtn l n ...court He .r.ay and d watly i* Wateree and -C nree rive figures are not obtainable, it is be- -,-duaiullv andh In proportion to throughout the state, made it clear t
ro-tS adr aad IEn t1well" "and weas strickcen-oa I lae n.Cogg w Tieved that the Nebraska's crew wil its needs, instead of gIuttlng it in the the assoclaton that it wol et do t
m-ld this delprtmeat Statement. Wilson leaes. s Texas-Arkansas ,sS and bay, lain all records for both speed an middle tof the se n ad thereby declare the next Fair "of." At ^
an Pd five' chIldren. 000 e4; Brazos river, $50,000; Galveston "curacy. Forcing the sale of their cotton to meeting on Monday, there -waS a l
I hiiwi for the goods and e children harbor, $70.000; Galvestonship chan- poo CHAMPIONSHIP i speculators at most unproftable reorg zao and tner rme
SiiItib II nel and Buffalo Bayou, 55,000 inland POOL CHAMPIONSHIP. rice.atos t ot Tcers and direo rsident-re4
ws ta the aP d Classaterway on coast of Texas river, s. o No h Thomas Hte i These s peculators makg^e t cotton T. 3 o ,_ dt
s $125,000; Galveston extension jetties, ha nhe worlds contiuou producers "pay through the nose," tor Bowyt-r, vice-president W. G. I

s i w~ak-*itd i11-n T nn bay, $1. 00,000; Port Bolivar, $50,000; MANILA BREATHES FREE. ;is calculated that the large profits of Tampa, DeSoto FIttgerald, Jacs
15 aLgUIIIIbL IIIL U Arkansas pa4s and bay $200000- ;a --- made by them would go to the farm- sonville, W. L. VanDuuor, Kissulmaae
Sa Ret1bCeefaCltor, A1 I .mnr n bineka s .'So0, i000a watewa? Manila, Nov. 18.-While occasional er unde the holding plan. te farm- sd W. R. W.a h. D u t a ,s
d i e mimty, a s UIIUUIU U IIIl coast of Texas, $100,000. cases of cholera are reported to the r, instead of the speculator, would compose the board of directors. witil
.hh ogh to be endowed Ies "- t Virgi.a. aind- Ketck- a authorities, the epidemic is now un- arrayy his cotton, he would be able to Messrs. Bowyer, Brorein air Stovel
h O.ght to dowed .West Virginiaand Kentucky-Damn questionably at an end. do so at much cheaper rates than as executive committee.
- "m Tug Fork. Big Sandy river, 850.000, **N.1Lvs anmo.1 the speculator can dolt under present Sparkman & Carter were re-eleotu
Doesn't sell oods; it Both m New York Hospital r,. Bi d ver,5 eitig t ondotons, ap d he swop e attorneys.
L. steel service bridge and lock No. 1, 0 GREAT COTTON the enormous proft the speculator The prospects for the fair indleat
r, my *brass-plate-is-sffi- in m a Critical Con- Bd aan r.v Fear driver 80 WAREHOUSE. : charges for carrying t2e cotton over the largest and most complete trl
tt.. bNorth Carolina--gt ape Fear .river, from one season to the next. agricultural, poultry, stock and lain.
third Class. It has all the below imington, $100,000; waterway New Orleans States. We have not yet been absole to give trial exhibits ever shown in thbe Stati
of a corpse. Mark you, I on* from Pamlico Sound to Beaufort inlet, that attention to the project which its The race-meeting will ndoobtedliy bf
S80,000; Beaufort, i5000; Beaufort ______ 9** importance should command; it is cer- the greatest ever held in the aoStt
ih i a IS fine. TO be ----Inlet. 15.000; COpe Fear river at and a taidv one of the most ambitious *!t l o h tras sa th



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O The MJuieui en of Am*t WMy. f An MVry's lawyer arrives and in
A t am e lllamlt .a oa.I ti: trms hbert th Unae girl whom Jaci.
-. m ..t ae ns e ml C1 hu and who comes front
-bV, cmi ?tet is 's M aosu"ed him for twenty)
-5------" _o*----*Is *,_ <.e tlPo"d breach of promise. Aun.
iS54I'-at th Op us no- s' Wei ^Mary bs*e mer very angn-ry anJ aeuds
t 9 j. k- iag 'r& ff Jack aay, saying she wIll not g.;
wtie atAunt ay in wni hina g ePeny.
S will be m her e o i W lls arrival in New 'ork, Jack
-*'t u r from college. le goes t
O Warmer, who wrote-- Uve with i chum. Bob, and while
,ta.a gn, h d.r .who. rtia tip- there falls in love with Dob's pretty
sv w4l, has -?matied t h b ok.ster. Betty. Trhe boys are giving
5 c e ok was I ntBetty a birthday party, hen a tele-
the c dy wMlok wa te ad -il ga arrives saying Aunt Mary is
SIt Jt = ybe now oa d = eonb her way to the city. Thcy rush off
MiW bsoW.e wbh rl*0 the m-bok to Bmet er but ia ome way miss the
Wg P IO ss" W"It- g W train sad Aunt Mary arrives alone.
4 21mis Winer 3 4mamJ iSt bMr The party i s then given M honor o
b er, a by so df. beta1.-- L a T" Agint Mary. after which they suggest
s toher S th sa an tomoble ride. Aint Mary thor
be me at t be aet e b asvr ougCy g .oya sth. even to the cigar-
h .. ... Mettes and thi drinks. After spending
TI play I sividedIt d a c. week In t city. she returns to the
The St takeS i at tl eao try. oly to find life .s too slow
Aust MaIry in the cotry. the seond thee for Wer now, so she sends for
SlaM S In the ho of Jack's ebm Betty a"d w'aen Jack arrives and con-
u w York, the last t at e his love for Betty. Aunt Mary
h Mal's 1 the c~tl Torives him and they all go back to
The company "Wortng MiSS Bob' the city iHve-
a b ha been carerur t ete sad __
In R wl -be feonad such well known "School Days."
as Nina S lK v rafe Park It will be a treat to theatregoers to
LO H We~tew, W iam J. wee the original play of School Days.
Hate UlS Blow, Jack Storey. Geore -Pensacola school days. In the see
itall, arry Cowley, Pa-P l USw eOd act when Bessie Robinson tells
raSs HorbiUn =d I la Tmalpa.mL HrnIs Levy a fairy tale in her own
TI plj has to do with a a leA delUgtful little way, every one wao
tnt wi ave U wl It 13tt E 7 9 0 as been lucky enough to hear it is
etle and will have aateg te do carried back to the fairy-tale time,
with the city. -e has a sphew, ad 'ii held charmed to the very end.
sac3 who is Uoli g .; le uah-lMaw wbhe "Ibe lived happy ever after."
York city, and Is eeotgg i antmes Ftp the moment she says "Do you
at trouble and mesey to ep Imno e s ean all tlat you said just:
of s fts1rapes. o -3ee i e"every person who has heard
w hbe beet au8-wbi e, her.
to tothe eWA4- jI Watr ,. Celeman, as the bad boy
Jack goes to t choo, doem something that
f-11111 dollars, a1 *1W%0 fthe e-- it hard fnr the *ann:i n keen

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nOswSd'4by Pres ffe Cast to -agt.
-A 1 eh Igwy Mtet."-T. -. hr-
"May NtaR isa a r --mdy DehLt."-
San FrancUeco Chronicle.
Priem: 2sc. 6W. 76c. SLI sad 1.a..
3eat Sale, Tuesday. 9 a. m.


Friday, November 20th, 190



S A Play pomm ay by v-r*iwe smebam
thi*men. Pmer* ss wl b f to .e
S k.ros....nt of Pubfl t hls N, f, '

Prices: Lewer aer and beteeny, See.

Seats may be served at Cools withett
mitra chate, Wesi svay, Nevem bee mth,
0 a. m.

btenu laughing.
: It is a different kind of eiool from
ka-y we've sees, where the children
9aag, iSns and dance where all the
Va0ss may ee, and the teacher looks
L0. But the most ridiculous -part is
when the principal comes i. aad
sending a child to the blackboard, for
Sets all about it in making an en-
sement with t7ae teacher for that

Tihe Platform Woman and Her Gown.
At the Chautauqua assembly in
Aurora, Ill, this summer, Mrs. Chil-
ton was on the program for five days.
and made many friends. She gave
a number of selections, varying from
Queen Esther and Shakespeare to
Ruth Mecnery Stuart au-1.l Thomas
Nelson Paee. To this middle we it
audience sae opened a fascinating pic-
ture book of new faces and places and
told with charming effect the stories
that "went with" the pictures. And,
incidentally, she made some charming
pictures herself, as she stood on the
platform and told tae stories.
Mrs. Chilton Is fair, with sunshine
in her gray-blue eyes; and her gowns
are both beeomintg and artistic. One
day at Aurora she wore a trailing cre-
ation of some soft silky stuff, mistily
half-blue, half grayish-green, in color.
It was a sultyy day. The side of the
auditorium at the rear of tle platform
had been raised in an effort to coax
in all the air that was aztir, and
against this oblong background of
green leaves and blue sky and gnarl-
ed brown branches stood Mrs. Chil-
ton in that delicious blue-green-gray
gowla. It 'was a harmony of color
not tolbe forgotten. And it silently.
unobtrun-vely. and yet rnost surely
brought the audience into harmony
with the reader and she did what she
g.aecousty pleased with them.
Although' this seems like an acci-
dent-an accidental incidental, as it
were--and the most simple unplanned
thing in the world, it is a vital part
of Mrq. Chilton's artistic preparation
of a program to be appropriately and


Lite Motion Pictures and lustrated Songs.

New Reels of the Very latest ana Best Pictures Daily

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

2nodo Attraction
of the Lyceum Course
The next attraction will be Mrs. William Calvin Chilton. mono-
dramtet, on next Satarday nht, Nov. 21st, at 8 p. i., Knights of
o ms Hall. Mrs. Chilt .s' artist and the people of Pensa-
c.a will enjoy e erenterta tment.
Season tickets wilt be withdrawn after Satattrday night. Single
admission, adults W children 25r.


If your feet are all tired out and you're nervous
and irritable from being on your feet all day it's a
sure sign that you should wear REGAL SHOES,
the shoe that makes for comfort in all walks of life.
Made in quarter sies of the best leathers the world
produces $00 and $0.

Comter 6Psalofx
and Maim He 0& ANSON"
su'eets CASKI COT9f
Flhoe '297 smeh.F3.

Ci'... Palafex
004 Gov't.
Phase 476



attractively gowned. She has til
convictions on this subject. Not ta
she believes that a perfect gown w
save an imperfect program, nor tlh
the entertainer should be gaudily
extravagantly or gorgeously bedec
ed. But she does believe toat a gou
artistic in line, becoming to the we;
er, and appropriate to the occasi<
at once gives a pleasurable sensati
to the audience, and it settles back
listen in a properly receptive frame
mind, at ease with itself and all ci
action. and ready to welcome any go(
that comes its way.
Mrs. Cuilton will appear at the
of C. Hall Saturday night in the s<
oud number of the Lyceum course.
A Sure-enough Knocker.
T. C. Goodwin, of Reideville. N.
says: -"Bfklen's Arnica Salve is
sure-enough knocker for ulcers. A b.
one came on my leg last sumpner, b
that wonderful salve knocked it out
a few rounds. Not even a scar
mained." Guaranteed for piles, sort
burns, etc. 25c. at all druggists.
The Girl with the Purp
Mask is coming.





McGee, a Soldie

Taken to Gatesville to
Stand Trial.

Sheriff S. II. Davis. of Gatesvill
Texas, left here last night for thI
city with Gordon .McGee. a young
white man .who is wanted in that ce
on the charge of having criminally a
sauhed a young white girl in Gate
ville about two years ago.
McGee was arrested by the officer
of the coast artillery stationed at Fo
Barrancas on information furnished
then, by Sheriff Van Pelt and was ye
terday brought to the city by Sheri
Davis. who arrived here Monday ft
the purpose of taking McGee -back
McGee is a member of the 15t
company of coast artillery station
at Barrancas. where he bad been ft
the past six months, His parents r
aide in Gatesville.

to get a bottle of the Bitters to-day a
gi-e it a fair chan-e to restore your stone
as to a n&-rrnal '-ondltUon. uto stLmula
the liver and kidneys and to open up tl
clo ted bowels. and we know it will IM
disappoint you. For 55 years.
Stomach Bitters
has proven to b. the "-sick man*a friend
and you'll find it '.t-U.-nr in as- -s
SPoor Appetite. Indigestion. Dyspepsi
Costiveness, Female lls.L Grtppe, Call
and malaul, Fever and Ague.

e. pIr cent all summer. has grown t-3 ) itte einht bids. allf m or n-' ti tlis
at about S3 per cent of normal. Almost turbine type of machine:. I ou.- of
g every large mill i. running on full these bids were for a 20 ..-4 i:no: ves-
ty time, and many smaller ones which el. delivery thirty-two moih.. the
-. closed in August. 1907, are preparing lowest being $4,' 93000.. Th. oTher
s. to get back into operation. Labor is four lbids were for a 21-k vO-asel,
plentiful and cheaJ and weather con- the lowest being S .440,400.
rs editions could not have been better, bids under this class wer-, vt,, New-
rt port News Shipbuilding an l 1 rydock
S Shot Plug Cut, a p rci t company. Parsons turbine t:" t,f ma-
Sed Sho tPlug Cut, a perfect cbinery. 20. 20 :.-4 'Knot.i speed. Z1.-
s- blend of Kentucky Tobacco, j00,000. and the same. conmTany for rc-
aft ciprocating machinery with Mlo,;'-r
or 10c a.can at Imperial Cigar boiler-.. 20 3-4 knots peed. $4.u70,,o00-
to Stores. William Cranp & Sons. Criamp-Zoe!lv
S-- t,,:e of machiner. 21 knots speed. $1.-
'b SUDDEN DEATH OF 450004).
d SUDDEN DEATH OF Followin- were the bids in d'taii
or MRS. S. MITCHELL for furnishing the ma-iinery for the
e- --- iFlorida: Newport News Shilb'ui.4d-
Mrs. S. Mitcheil died Sunday i iig and Drydock company, gov.,rn-
night at her residence at Gull Poini mint's plans. $1.71T.-,0r0. vessel to
of heart disease. Sihl was buried I have speed of 20 3-4 knots; same corn-
Tuesday morning a' 10 o'clock in i pany. Parsons turbine t\iwpe machin-
Roberts's cemetery, near Feiry Pass. ery,. Mosher boilers. $1.517.000. sane
She is survived by two daughters. I speed: sarme company. reciprocating
Miss Lillie and Mrs. Jennie lofttgren, I type machinery. bidder's plan.-. $1.-
.d and two sisters. Mrs. George Nobles. 1 588.000. same speed: same company,
; of Escambia, and Mrs. E. Wilson. of reciprocating i'pe of machinery. Mo-
he this city. and one brother, now resid sher boilers. $1.542.W00. same speed.
ot ing in Marianna. The Fore River company did not
Mrs. Mitchei, who was 67 earss old, bid on this proposition. but submitted
was seated in a chair at her home bid. covering Individual items of ma-
when she fell to the floor and died. trial required.
Many friends and acquaintance at-
tended the funeral and many beauti- A lot of old newspapers.
d. ful oral designs were placed On the tied up in neat bundles for
of grave.
sa sale..5c a bundle. at The Jour-
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P Pm.-* -=,. is',l sin reality an internal inflammation-a diseased cooditioe of
the blood cells which supply the nourishment and strength necessary to sns-
tain our bodies. Uric acid, an irritating, inflammatory accumulation, gets
into the circulation because of physical irregularities, and then instead of
nourishing and invigorating the body, the blood irritates and inflames the
e different nerves, tissues, muscles and joints, because of its impure, acrid
condition. The pains and aches and other disagreeable and dangerous symp-
d toms of Rtewmatisq can never be permanently cured until every particle of
r the cause is driven from the blood. & S. & does this because it is a perfect
blood purifier. It goes down to the very bottom of the trouble, purifies and
d cleanses the circulation, invigorates the blood, and completely drives Rheu-
matism from the system. Plasters, liniments, soothing lotions, etc., may
be used for the temporary relief and comfort they bring, but a cure casuot
be effected. until S. & S. has removed the cause. It frees the blood of every
t impurity and makes it a rich, health sustai ing fluid, to bring p.1-.-,- ut
i relief and comfort to those who suffer with Rheumatism. Book on Rbhemam
t tism and any medical advice free to all who write.

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Tef td B Lt dal hM

It is the -effectire, velruine r&7c0 dkm
fLr Kidaey, Sbhider Lsd liaTw TM. It sit
almost itff.tly .it cm- wy Ikt acts
mumftly an of suem..... or 'ad
W-6...a. w e .b o mb.o

Sold At All Dresef ..

SKeep this In m ind for" a ibandso
SChristmas or birthday present:
.A "'.-Vol. Set of Seotts Works,I
top. detorat.d, binding, high gr,
paper and type. illustrated. $25.00.
Also Sbak.,-speare. l)Diekpns. !liot.
caulay, Cooper. and others, in sets.

D- Lma Lat -Pse "ILL

U. S. Mail Launc
Pensacola, Mary Esther and oeggy M
James Jerauld. Capt.
Leave' landing Monday. Wednesday
Friday at 7:30 a. m.. making regular st
at Harris. Mary Esther, Camp Walt
Destin and Rogiy.
Returning, leaves Boggy Tuesd
Thursday and Saturday at 5:00 a. n...
riv'ng Pensacola 1:30 p. m.
Patsengor and freight service.
For rates apply to M. Wither
Contractor and Manager. Landing
South Palafox. Phone 90.

Electrical Contractos
Electrical fixtures, desk lights,
telephone brackets, etc.

Phones 345 and 955.
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601" Large Number Met With the

" fHOE Grand Master at Raffor
it. SHOJ S Hall Last Night-25-Yea
Veteran Jewels Presented
If you haven't a pair of to Several Members.
Cloth Top Shoes, then your _
outfit is not complete. Dame l n r of d i,..W5 0
Oaho Isay10s Cmploth Topare, A large number of Odd ',-llows o
Fashion SayS ClOth Tops are thi district, which compri-es al
.ne absolutely Correct, so Mey- lodges in \Ves: Florila. gathered a
glt ers has bought them heavily. Rafford hall las tight for the second
ad- Yesterda 's xh annual reunion. Tae event was
Yesterday Express brought most successful as well a onjoyabll,
SUS in some lovely ones. one for the members of this order
$4.00 Pair Patent Button plain toe, black' A number of addresses w- *, deliv.,r
SSerge Cloth Tops, Cuban Heel, Turn soles, ec. the principal ones beingg b:
r dressy. Grand Master Abernath,, Randnd Rep
SoPair Patent button, plain toe, enatie Watson and rad Wa
Brown Serge Cloth Tops. Cuban Heel,.J recntative Watson and Grand War
Welt Sole; quite nobby. (len D'Alemberte.
$3.50 pair Golden Brown Kid. button and Granu Representative Watson was
lau, plain toes, Brown Serge Cloth Tops, presented with a twenty-five year jew
Cuban Heels, turn soles.
All our Cloth Tops are Cravenettes, el, although he has been t I Iember
I making them guaranteed rain proof. of the order for 35 years, a-id .Messmr
h Come take a look at the Smallwood of No. S. and Wilson. o
No. 4. were also presented with these
new Cloth Tops. jewels.
i The following program was render
ail t d. after which delicious refresh-
ments were enjoyed:
u M Y R Cn'Address of Welcome. by 'Mr. A. H
o M I D'.Alemberte. Grand WVarden.
on, V local solo, "'Neath Floridaa'; Blu
ar. Feet Furnishers For Folks. Sk." r.Od A. Hi Fllowshi. Hon. B
AO S th Palao 'C. Abernathy. Grand .Mast,r.
ll 102 South Palafox St. Violin solo. selected, Miss Lurleyn<
73 __ __ .P Fulghum.
Address, l'he Spirit of Odd Fel
., I low-hip." R F. .I. S. Sible"'.
Vocal solo. "Dainty Dorothea." Miss
Anna Barnumni.
r| Address. b y Mr. Thomas C. Watson
Grand Representative.
Male Quartette, "Juanita." Messrs
Bailey, Phillips. Brock. Pinllips.
B a r Presentation of 25-year jewels.
You will see thd Girl with
the Purple Mask next week.
best man, usher, friends
and everybody sends 0 I FI THE
their laundry to us when
[E they are particular.

Empire La Co., Newport News Shipbuilding
Co. to Furnish Florida's
-N Machinery.
rm Phone up '322.
iat f .
aill According to the following from
iat the Army and Navy .Journal. the New
or r-' port News Shipbuilding Co. is to fur-
Pk- nish the machinery for the battles-iiip
wn Pnr Florida at a cost of $1,517t.O0:
ar. Bids were opened at the navy de-
n R n l apartment November 9 for the con-
on II Istruction of the battleship Utah and.
to for supplying the machinery for the
of Florida, which is already under von-
r- LI traction at-the New York yard. The
od lowe.t bidder for tlhe U tan was tlhe
LUIM BEL M AR New York Shipbuilding company ot
, Camden, N. J., at $3,946,000, for a 20
ec- -3-4 knot ship. A bid for the construc-
';tion of a 21-knot vessel was submitted
Manufacturers Throughout by the Fore River company, of Quincy,
C., +Mass.. at $1.440.000. the lowest bid
a Southeast Confident of tor this class. The Uta:l is to be a
iad sister ship of the Florida. and is to be
ut Better Demand. of about 21.25. tons displacement.
in, For the machinery for !be Florida.
r- tlhe Newport News Shiphuilding and
es. Drydock company was ;lie lowest b:-1-
Manufacturers of yellow pine luml der, at $1.517.000.
ber throughout the southeast are eon Bids for ltie battleships were open-
Ie fident that there will be a heavy de- ed under three classes. IUnder I!e
mand for their product in the imme- irst class, for hull and turbie Ina
date future, now that the national chinery, ini accordance .vith gov '.'n-
elections are over. Prices have held met plans. the bid e w. re New
up well during the weeks im lediatelv York Shipbuilding compauv. $.46,b.-
preceding the election, and While th oot: the Newport News Shipbuildn';
shipments were not heavy the mann- and Dr3 dock company. $ bloh
facturers were very well satisfied. for a 20 :b-4 knot vessel. ,o be dcliv-
They have been adding to their stock ered in thirty-two months: Wiiha:u
Son hand and are now better prepared Craide & Sons. $4,330.,00. same ed.
to meet the increased demand than to be deltverd in thirty-five mont.s.
they were when the flrst advance i| For class two. for hull aind recipro-
prices came about early in t:ie fall. atiig machinery, governm,' l:lans.
The Tradesman, of Chattanooga, the bidders were: The Newport
Tenn.. says that the outlook is bright- Nes Shillbuilding anJ D':.*.wk Cont-
er than for the past eighteen months. piny. $4.150l.O0. "20 "-4 knot siw-,.
r there is every indication that it will thirty-two months delive-ry: William
reach a better level and that t he wuin- ('ramp & Sons. $4,270.000. samre 5p'Led.
ter trade will be the best of several delivery. thirty-five month-n.
years. Cla s 1 three. hull and t-1tl11 1n t.
All over the central section of tile government plans: machine:" certain
south the mils are resumi. opera- pecifinel type in accord ,"e w'ith bih-
lions. The Alabama lumber produc- derhs plans. Unlier thi ,ials the
tion. for example, rated at about 6a Fore River Shli.building-on:,, .... ub-

Why not be prepared? The
has these helps for automobilists

Crystal Pharmacy

Presto Carbon Remover

In quart cans-doubles the life of the motor,
does not affect the metal parts. Positively removes
all carbon, cleansing thoroughly cylinders, piston
rings and valves, producing more power and speed.

Price $o00, in quart cans.

VACUUM MOBILOIL Gives long life to a
car. $1.00 a can.
FLASH-Antiseptic Hand Cleaner, 10c a can.

Preserves all Varnish Surfaces

Polishes, Renews and
s. 50c a can.

AUTO GOGGLES-All Prices and Styles. See
Window Display.

The Crystal Pharmacy

Phone 453.

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When You Catch on

To the fact we're offering you the best
clothes ever shown in this town, you'll
be surprised that you have neglected the
opportunity so long. Every Hart, Schaff-
ner & Marx Suit or Overcoat in the
store is a good catch, and you'll realize
it as soon as you see them.

Your Money'o Worth or Your Money Back.-
ds S. Palafox St. Phone 72o



Soeclal to The J*ur,'eL
Farmdale, Nov. 18.--Our first frost
here was on the 16th.
Cane grinding and cool weather are
on hand together.
The young folks are looking forward
to a candy drawing soon.
A. Moog, of Battles Wharf, Ala.,
left Monday, via Panama, for his
home. /
Mr. Winnerman. of St. Andrews,
pastor of the M. E. church, was up
in the Interest of his church last Fri-
Harry Chitty, of Marion, Ill., is here
visiting his sister, Mrs. J. B. Taylor.
F. B. Whitfleld, and Mr. Morris. of
Wetappo Creek, -were in town this
we.ek on business.
Charles Lupton was up from t-ie
lighthouse Monday. He said"there
was a very heavy frost that morning
between here and the gulf.
Mrs. Robert Melton and children
have returned home to the dellg at of
their many friend, from a pleasant

visit of several days to Mrs. Sebat-
ter of Allantown.
R. Kirwin brought his nieces. Misses
Allie and Minnie Whitfield, over
Sunday to Sunday school and to visit
their friends. Misses Mabel and Effie
Mr. Gerkin, Mrs. Melton's brother,
arrived Monday with little Miss Lois
Melton, who .ias been on a visit to
her grandmother at Compas Lake, Fla.
Mrs. Matthews of Panama City. ac-
companied by her brother, Harry Al-
len, of Allentown, Fla., 11sited our
singing school last Saturday night
A chicken with four legs Is one of
the strange freaks W. A. Donaldson
found at the home of Charles Boda-
mer a few days ago and is now keep-
ing it In his store on Nerth Water
street. The fowl haa two feet in the
usual place and stead of wings there
are two feet at this point. The chick
lived but a short time after being
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their honme lthe ai0hl ~m-trbict,.
In 189. w e- tMd .previosby tee" a
del tTate to :stio -alQMN

the f or*t n 4 f*te saiver.
He lMI e mteated by
Jeslah father, the preat
so Tensme. P"t lraem ad
rnm a a #a : mmerat.'ead man-
tained he wa- .elected. Tie g be
committee on eectoas report ed in
favor of seating Pattern, and it whA
In coemectMio with the report thai the
young lawyepimor -took their owner
branch of W01-p lbq -u n.
_. 13iteh :igmd5 hw I t. -
When the eupt was reseted, Car-
mack took tha. t0or Ia M Pa behts
and delivered *mlt of aspeec that
was Sued 'wit elquaece,. ridMule amd
sarcasm. LHis j A at hs opponent,
* Pattereon were ta They Made the
oume double 'up with laughter, and
whenuth tiuae fm tor a vote. thought
the ae- egs (W the conMttee Mad

beere pon e for thee Jort in fa.
v otf Patterm4, many Rtepublicans
Yod O the hCanack side, and the de-
cison of tte lectioas committee was
revTe&S ;,-ed
His fellow Democrats were astound-
ed at the outcome. They had sup-
posed that Carmack had not-the gtost
of a chanee, of being seated, s Re-
publican syampathles were n rally
with the Gold .Demoerats. This was
in 1W7, and from that time- m, for
the next te yeaws, the dashlxg, elo-
quest Teneaeseean commanded no-
tee among his colleagn&e*
After four years' 'ervoce In the
&aOUR, Mr. Cartuack was elected to
the senate for the term beginning
March 4. 1901. To the deep-regret or
most ot his fellow-senetor,. he served
but 6oe term in the upper house.
Despte his sharp tongue, that often
was glvfn over to the keenest and
most sedthiu Invective. he hai a ca.
pacity for good-fellowship that made
Al one of the" best-kled. men in the
senate. His room, were always a cen-
ter of attractil" for a numbei- of his
associates In eaoress, who eoujoyed
aternabout him and listening to
him exercdsi his are powers of eon.
vrWati Od senAttdlatlhAg talents for
l VreWeabi 'Senator Morgan, of
labaina, who Uws not ften carried
.. byy emtmentt, had this to say ot
senator Carmaek:
"I. Mh y f u service i4 the senate I
Tave met = brilliant men. For
e r held *at- Daniel W. Vooi-ees,
of Indianai, a.the most scintillating
of them alL. Then Carmack came. He
4s the m a t bdtlbnt man I have ever
Carmack's tongue and pen alike
wre 4pped Vwith wm Few men eou
d 4 attelks f either with etuan-

fIt'A well be imagned that his
.te eAploy all .the weapons
nt*mt itay at the expense of
-l=2t 6 de his enemies in
aiim with a ,deadly
W :Atrll It to not mtDrely

Sbel went to VtW
tte mai He, mast!
a2 sded a

mat y r ra th a asali-e
t Bty h rw smMaMtint a
od 9 q e
T De fat te was t h ad did
ot ltate aa i. He wVas tall
ai woaeaI m w ith athe massive
t Susy ae bea*d meA mdanting aa

An tAm e n exsec e e-
T15 1A 0t t0ht he was ri hbafred did
ot militate the like. freqent- as
an Intenm eumowerat., ambe swas cow-1
syantly on te leeksu t for ~ the
tratyte i stiok the relspt to the
ter. llweIr. ade took tabe ee of tnes

eoeachment ad the flie. te frequent.
ly cMaMsto t44 support of the Demo.
crati e VltIo with respect to the
PbillppiA. On* the Brownsville mnat
ter. however. be took $be side of the
president ad of Setoetary Taft.
One of the tenients t- the senate
that willt elt-oon be forgotten by
bat body is the csy'igatlol that Mr.
0CrmaCkad-tIlstered to Senator Till-
maI. Nor. debtUees. will It be for-
Mottea ty Senator .TIlltaa this side of
tier grave. It was one of the few oe-

Colleagues, Hardened to

Sentiment, Lauded His




Dead Man Was Liked De-

spite Attitude on Many

Public Questions.

casions in which the master of the
"pitchfork" from South C3rolina ha;
met his match In 'the use of bitter,
vitriolic Anglo-Saxon.
1Tllman. in the course of one of his
most remarkable performances. had
subjected almost the who!e senate to
a grilling. In this he had depicted
Carmack as an unhorsed knight whose
spear was dragging in the d:&at. The
tone of the attack nettled Carmack,
angered 'him, in fact, and as soon as
Senator TUhnan sat down the launched
into an impromptu speech that liter-
ally lashed the hide of tthe 86uth Cat,
olina statesman. *The sting of Car-
mack's reply amazed the senate and
rankled long In lMe breast of Senator
Tillman. It was weeks before the
two men were reconciled.
.for President Roosevelt Mr. Oar-
-muck had no small measure of an-
tipathy-that Is, for Mr. Roosevelt's
course in administration on a number
of matters. He found frequent oppor-
tunity to vent his feelings toward the
president. The presldeit himself evi-
dently did not relish the attiiks, and
Carmack was on the list of senators
not invited to the White Hbue. -
et ed Roesevelt, .
It is eaid by some of Mr. Chmsack's
friends that the remark that eese-
eally offended Mr. Roosevelt wps
"The president reminds me of Joe
BeRentant's zorne, whose natural gait
vws running" away."
However, when the Brownsville
Matter came up. Carmack made a
speech of such ability and brilliancy
in rpholding thep administration
coume that the president forgave him,
mnd tiuOgh etator Lde 4d others
seat alttatieea taWN-CakMwfc- ead,
to the White House. But Carmaek
knew he was going out of the senate
and be feared to expose' himself to
the charge that he was seeking a po-
sition under the president. Hence, he
did nbt go near the executive man-
.Not always was this giant in de-
bate sothrcal; not always, was is
tongue or pen employed in sending
messages of wormwood. He could ap-
preciate humor, and at times em-
ployed Pathos of an eloquent aort
Whenever he spoke of the South he
was apt to grow e.orowfPl. He had
seen the South as it stbod in k.
amoke and ashes and blood of the
civil war, and he knew from the bit.
ter personal experience of himself andt
of his family what it had meant to
raise the South from where it lay
at the close of that struggle.
Spoke with Feeling.
He could hardly speak of it with
other than deep feenag. On one oc-
Baclon he spoke of the South as "a
land of legend, a land of song, a land
of hallowed and heroic memories."
He added:
"To that land every drop of my
blood, every fiber of my being, every

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When It ome, Or the wAnter y ed dBig Hat.

week ending December 12th.
The program of the National Rivers
and Harbors congress. while not com-
plete by any means includes a recep-
tion tendered to the delegates to the
Rivers and Harbors congress by Pres-
Ident Roosevelt. and hae may possibly
address the convention at one of its
sessions: addresses by Ambassador
'Bryce. of Great Britain. Minister Wu.
of China. Ambassador Nabuco. of
Brazil Mr. Andrew Carnegie. Mr. Ed-.
ward H. Harriman and .other distin-
rvished men. with reference to the
improvement of the .-atim's water-
|ways looking .to a definite policy on
the part of the government for their
permanent betterment.
'Shot Plug Cut satifiss
however used. 10 a can at
Imperial Cigar Stores.

Existing Ancient Irish Melodies Were

Founded on Traditional Hebrew Airs

Joseph O'Mara, Noted Sing-

er, Writes of Music of




Was An Art

One Thou-

pulsation of my heart, is ,e0ncrated
forever. I was bor otf her womb, 1
was nurtured at her mst. and when
my last hour shall pee I pay Qm d
that I may be plfqw upon -uer
beom and rocked t6 4Meep within ehoe
tender and encircfg warms.-
It was In this spirit that Carmack
set out to wage In his o state war-
tare upon the liquor a.use and to lead
the battle for p-ohiiion.
The- debut of Carnmak In congress
was srectacuiar, His clashing days in
that body were none the es so. In
fact, the manner in Which he wounm
up his career in the senate attracted
notice the country over ia made him
more of a national gtre han ever.
Leads FiFimiusT.
He led the filibuster ia the closing
days of the fifty-fif congress
killed the subsidy bill. Thia memor-
able fight is still fresh in the minds
of most people of Washington. In con-
ducting it through the several days it
lasted Carmack was At Ids best. He
attracted crowded gaeribes and even
Secretary Taft we t tee capitol to
-hear him on the Sm-y just preced-
ing the close of the eEaD"n.
Unlike most speed f the course
of a filibuster, CarlW'sa-efforts were
never tiresome. le kept the'senate?
and the galleries eonvulsed. from the
beginning to the end, when Senator
Gallunger, whc led the subsidy contest
in behalf of the bill. gave up thQ


'- -

Week of Dec. 7th Will Wit-

ness Gathering of Many
Representative Men.

$se*lal to T -joMurSi.
Washington, Nov. j1.-The week ot
December 7th givdp abundant promise
of bringing together' ore represent-
ative men and wome'm n the nation'z>
capital than have be gathered to-
gether in this city ft- many years,
on account of the Onuber of import-
ant conventions which will meet here
during that period. ,
President Rooseve tS conservation
commission will meet dth the gover-
nors of the several 'tat-e.or their
representatives early n the week ot'
the 7th of December, 'hieb has been
vary aptly called "Coervation
Week," to be letUwed by' eting
aL. th .."Olnal l."- a'=-"
now making a tour of the western
states for t-e purpose of inquiry into
the general needs of the farmer and
the things which will bring about bet-
ter farm conditions.
Immediately after the meeting of
t:. se two commissions, which were
created iNy Prqsident Roosevelt to
meet a demand, for a more compre-
hensive knowledge .o, our natural re-
sources and betterment of farm con-
ditions. the Southern Commercial
congress will have a- meeting extend-
ing over two days of the week of De-
cember 7th. to be merged into the
biggest event of the year, so far as
Washington is concerned, the annual
convention of the National Rivers and
Harbors congress-December 9-11.
Mr. G. Grosvenor Dawe, of Mont-
gomery, Alabama, chairman of the
committee of arrangements, for t-ae
Southern Commercial congress, writ-
ing to President Roosevelt of the pur-
poses for which the congress was
formed,, said: "Underlying the mate-
rial aspects of the Southern Commer-
cial congress there are three very
earnest and important purposes: first,
to' bring to the South a more complete
understanding of itself: second, to
bring to the rest of the union a more
complete understanding of the south;
third, to bring to the business men
of both sections, who will then be face
to face, a ,realization of a common
ground of interest and thus continue
the obliteration of sectional lines.
Vastly important though the topics of
discussion will be. the most important
feature of the whole congress lies in
personal contact and a fuller under-
atandin; of each other"
Mr. Dawe further stated that from
a thousand to fifteen hundred repre-
sentative men of the south would at-
tend the meeting of the flrst annual
convention of the Southern Commer-
cial congress in this city December
8th and that immediately after its ad-
journment would be mergE-i into the
National Rivers and Harbors con-
gre-w, whose sessions will iaegl at the
Willard hotel on Decemb~-r 9th and
continue until December 11th."
The- meeting cf the National Rivers
and Harbors congress will be its fifth
annual convention and frcm tUe ap-
pointment of the delegates by the gov-
ernors of states, com-nerc ial bodies
and mayors of cities, there is every
justification in predicting 'hat Wash-
ington will be called upon to enter-
tain the largest crowd of representa-
tive citizens in many years during the

the ChristiAn era, and while we can-

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Key West.Citizen.


Captain Mahan, the greatest naval
authority now living, has recently pub-
lished a volume entitled, "Mexico anl-
the Caribbean Sea," in which is dis-
cussed the strategic importance of
,various points on the Gulf and Carib-
1ean. Referring to Key West, the au-
thor saws:
"Key West. an island lying off the
end of the Florida peninsula, has long
been recoglsnized as the chief and *l-
most the only good and defensible
anchorage upon the Strait of Florida.
reasonable control of which is indip
pensable to water communication be-
tween our Atlantic and Gulf seal,9ards
in time of war. In case of war in the
direction of the Caribbean, Key West
is the extreme point now in our pds-

not get any tangible evidence to sup-
port their assertions so far as music
and other arts are concerned, recent
scientific investigations made by as.-
tronomers and geologists have proven
their account? of events, such as
eclipses and ancient settlements, to
be absolutely true. We must thele-
fore give ear to their statements at
Several of our most ancient writers.
agree that the Mileeian princes. Here-
mon and Heber, brought a celebrated
poet and a harper with item to Ire-
land. about the year 1000 B. C. Botn
wanted the haarper, and to settle the
matter they drew lots. The harper.
Onna Ceanflnn, fell to the lot of He-
her, who settled in the southern por-
tion of the island, and Heremon
brought. the poet. Cir Me Cis. to his
home in the north. It is an interest-
ing fact to note that Heber adopted
the harp on a blue ground as his
banner. and this insignia has reain-,
ed until the present day the national
arms of Ireland in heraldry. Th:-
green banner with the %olden tarp
is the arms of the province of Leins-
ter. where Heber once reigned as
Monks Changed System.
Passing over the ages which may
be regarded as quasi-tabulous, wa
come to the close of the third century,
when we are on fairly solid historical
ground. At this early period the num-
ber of Irish minstrels was very great,
and there is a record of nine different
instruments being In me. There Is
scarcely any room for doubt that
these pre-Christian -nuacians had a
complete musical scale, which wq
know now as the Ogham, named after
Ogman, the Apolo of the ancient Ir
ish. and an Ogham music tablature.
The most important change in the
musical system of Ireland was
wrought by the monks who accompan-
led St. Patrick in the year 432 A. D.
We are told by Archbishop Healy that
St. Patrick "taught the sons of the
bards to chant the psalms of David
and sing together thae sweet music of
the church's hymns."
One of the most interesting facts
connected with Irish music Is that
the existing ancient mblodies of the
country are founded on the traditional
airs of the Hebrews. The biblical
commentators all agree that the mu-
sic of the apostolic age wa< derived
from the Jewish psalmodyy.
The apostles taemmelves adapted
the rsalm tunes, of the temol, lbut.
an the Jews had no musidal a-lUoa.
the synavogal chantl and '-
wblebh tenet bare been were

banded down OB .

session upon which, granting adequate
fortification, our fleets could rely; and,
so used, it would effectually divert an
enemy's force from Pensacola and
the Mississippi. It can never be the
ultimate base of operation as Pensa-
cola or -New Orleans can, because It is
an Island, and has no resources, not
even water; but for the daily needs of
a fleet, coal ammunition, etc., it can
be made most effective. Sixty maesd
west of it stands an antiquated fort-
ress on the Dry Tortugas. These are
capable of being made a useful ad
junct to Key West, but at present they
scarcely can be so considered. Key
West is 550 miles distant from the
mouth of the Mississippi and 1,200
from the isthmus."
The above was written by Capt. Ma-
han before the railroad extension was

proposed and when our only means of
communication with the mainland was
by steamship connection with Tampa.
lan few months Key West will be
bound to the mainland as firmly as
Pensacola or Mobile and the only ob-

Harpers Were Known Tea

Centuries Previous tP

Christian Era.



Bards of Long Ago Were

Held in the Highest


hundred years the chants of the earIl
ChrlsUtians were handed down to suM
cesive generations in tais manner
and the necessary simplicity prevents
ed any attempt at an ornate service.
This ecclesiastical music continued t*
improve until the reign of Theodo.
clam, when St .Ambroe Introduced his
celebrated chant, by adopting the
eastern mode of singing into his
church at Milan. A. D., 386: and thim
practice was later on addbted by most
of the congregations or the world,
under the title of the Amberosaxm
chant, as we are Informed by St. Aun
Introduced by St. Patick.
The system of psalmody adapted
from the Hebrews by St. Ambose,
and by him applied to the exlomam
Oriental modes, was that whieh kw
introduced into Ireland by St. Pat-
rick and his ecclesiastics.
It is hardly necessary to enter fur-
ther into this subject, -is suficient
examples have been adduced to show
the remarkable coincidence of the Ir-
Ish national melodies which have
come down to us from past centuries,
with the early ecclesiastical music.
and which embodies the musical
modes of the East; and it may be
concluded from the internal evidence
afforded by this const5 ution and tna
peculiarly expressive character of the
airs themselves, that the primitive
simplicity and pathos of the church
music, sad the construction and the
mode ef tuning the harp, have been
the principal causes of our music eos-
sessaig so much originality and ex-
pression: to which may be also atd
thee other characteristic feat
-Vm~* "tltut the t hye 9 Wu y of
JM kv C aWd give a ational a-

ijctcm interpr -d by the great naval
expert w have *been remvd.

How to Get Strng.
P. J. DIy. ato 1247 W. Omgrna St
Chicage, toes of a way to becm4
strong. He -s : "My mother. Whi
is eld lad was very feeble. is dert
ing so much beanet from Eleetr e B
temr, ta I feel it's my duty to te
those .who need a tonme and strIlXa
etifag medeiine about it.I "an ,
mother's as a marked gala Ia ft m
has rm lted, imsmoi ares been ovei
come and ahe is steadly
strong." Electric ttrs quiek
remedy stomach. liver and kidy I 0
plants. Sold under guamase t at
drg stores. 50c.
A Selfish View.
The moth that seeks the flae,
I sadly note.
And yet the flame may save, I clatm
My overcoat.


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sand Years Before Com-

ing of St. Patrick.

(By Joseph O'Mara in Philadelphia
Who fir4t Introduced music into Ire-
land, or when it was first brought
there will forever remain a mystery.
But we do know that from out
mists of antiquity comes echoes tell-
ing us of the high state of culture to
which the Celts brought that art.
With a race possessing such a
highly imaginative and emotional na
ture as the Irish, it must of necessi-
ty, be "their first faculty," as the
Irish poet, Thomas Davis, aptly de-
-scribes it. Centuries upon centuries
must elapse before an rt like music
can be brought to perfection or even
to a high state of cultivation in a
race which lived isolated from the rest
of the world like the ancient Celts.
When our earliest authentic annals,
therefore, describe the wonderful poe-
sy and musical arts of the periods an
tedating Christianity by ceqnuries, we
must conclude that the early Iris'i
were skilled in music for a thousand
years at least before the coming of
St. Patrick. Even before the Caristian
era the bards were held in the high-
est esteem by the kings and the
people of Ireland. The great system
of law, which was complete in Ire-
land and adequate for every purpose
hundreds of years before Ethelbert,
king of Kent, first compiled the few
fragments of Saxon law into a code;
and the systems of medicine, poetry
and music were according to Keating.
the historian, "set to music, being
poetical compositions."
Before Christiap Era.
Some of the early Irish chroniclers
wrote of musicians who flourished
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street, ear Greey street, of
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SAM-For a splendid lIttle farm within 4
miles of city. Comparable cottage.
good barn. Flie water and gosd
soil. Easy terms to righV party.
30--For one of our cottages in West
End. where you have plenty of
ground for raising a garden. chick-
ens. etc. $10.00 cash and $10.80 per

Second Floor Thiesen Sdg.


W&-.b & sotmbomr fer a 7
MMU.1! bhe as -North
"W o eemordLoand (oa
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Peple to kiMew that the
M ur mnam C 0.. smlea comforts,
band ead n a In m-
WAk -To Mbrrew $5s. WUit*U
ta il o.* w L G l ge tity*.
AMi P. 0. am 245. 1 *4lW

odak develepln and print-
IV Et Johon's Book Sa&re. i*eMvim*
IF HOUSEWIFE, We sek left
w(tUt notice Is wise. ase pl ace an
columnsafor anther and thus
Sa the trble at enaS-
MAT BTSTEM of ShorthIm learned in
time. Expert stearaper desires
VpSw r fday or nI.ghr IssIs. Terms
m ab Address "R. I. I.," Care

POSITION as manager of naval stores
la,. Twenty years experience; best
f re nces. Address D. B. Page Flor-
ah4 1mMI

to a
HUw -

FOR SALE--n excellent Franklin open
stove, for coL. Price $8. Apply S21 W.
Chase. 19nov
counts. Also well-located boardtn
house. now full regular boarders. Apply
117 East Intendencia St. lnovlw*
FOR SALE-One general Jersey cow.
Can be seen at 4100 N. Alcanis Stt
WANTED--One second-baud tent about
50x50 feet. elso 50 pair good roller
skate.s P. 0. Box 77. BacdadF la.
FOR SALE-Large assortment of barroom
furniture-counters, mirrors tables,
chairs, etc. Second-hand. Can be bought
at low price. Apply 12% W. Government
St. 18nov

COMFORTS-Blankets and bed spreads
on weeklly or monthly payments. Phone
No. S71 and we will send salemen with
samples. Solomea Vuitare Co. lSnovrlm
and one 1% H.P. taoary agaone
engine. One 4 H.P. Gray marine motor,
one Mitchell motorcycle, am all tuff-
In Wheel and stand, foot-power lathe,
one Baidridge marine rev- se ew and
one concert gr op heae. Baraco &
(Thompson. 10 Eat arden St. ISnov
IrOR UAIB-22-acre farm. 3% miles west
of Pensacola, half-mile south of bard
road and qarter-mile from bead f Little
bayou. All under cultivation and under
fence. Good peach orchard, scuppernong
vines, sev od pecan tree ve-
room house, with hba and gallery all
around, water pump on gallery. Apply
Wm. Archer, 1346 W. Jackwso street.

I i

FRLS U ROOK with privege of
gight n, k,. 102 N. Alcanai St.
Pafe 11iM .. ISnovlw*
ARGE, well-furnished, well bthtlated
tms.' with or toutt meals. Table.
athe srket afeis. In private fam-
ily. U of bath. piano. On car
line. 40 ast Gregory street. ltnovlm*
BOARD AN ROOM In desirable section
of Cty, aear bay front. Terms very
reasable. A ly 425 East Zarra St.

OLD MBWrAPVm! *fr awe at that of-
ftwe at o S nde.
FORB lrNT-One or two unfurnished
reems. Ialt-,ok from otoMc suit-
able for j gI mae Apply No.
26 West St. lnevlw*

w lrP ISASg i tor Pot why not
ta calumnasT ?very

FOR INT-Two nkMly furnished rooms
In nms fi. eloes I to business center.
Apply N11 West mmhana street.
0 240crtlm*

FOR SALE-Try a barrel of rosin eMts.
Best for a quick and good are. Special
price on lots of five or more. Phone 956.
1C. H. Covington, 20 E. Brainard St.
TWO LOTS In New City, five minutes
walk from car line. A bargain. see us
at once for a home site chepp. Lestle B.
Brooks Company. 1To0vlw
FOR SALE-One lay-Shoaese Typewriter,
practically new. Address Box A. A..
Pensacola, Fla. 1oct
FOR SALE-Timbered lands in large or
small tracts. Southern Real Estate and
Investment Co., Flomaten. Ala. octtf
LAUNCH.22% feet long, 44- ch beam. 7
H. P. enne. Speed about 10 miles per
hour. Apply A. A. Wrightea, 6 W. Ro-
mana street. septset
OR SALE-40 well broken work steers.
average weight about 1360 Ibs each, and
1 ood milch cow. See, or address J. M.
Wlliams, Cor. Sth Ave. and 13th St.
FOR SALE--Paper-shell pecans, reah
and of best quality. 25c per pound. any
quantity. Phone 1014. W. *E. Acetas, 10th
avenue and 13th street. uovl4tf
FOR SALE-The best grade of Alabama
coal adk 6 per ton. Jedco at $17.
Prmpt elivery. Stattea lee Works.
FOR SALE-Four-room house near Mrs.
Morgan's. -All BMy." 165 feet frost as
. Pensacola Bay. Fine shade and many
bearimn g and peach trees. Price, $M
cash. Phone. o54 or write P. 0. Box "B."
Pensacola. / l3nov-w*
DID YOU SAY WOOD?-I sell it In our
mill yard. foot eof 1th avenue, at 40c
a load--all that one horse can haul, 4tc.
Good short wood ready cut, for stove,
grate or replace. Lay in a god supply
before price goes up and
goes down. Send. a dray. Flowers, at
phone 429. will haul you a big load. J. b.
Walker, Agent. novlStf
AT $1800. JNO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR-
FOR SALE OR RENT--My home fur-
nished or unfurnished. consisting of
block 230, New City Tract. Cor. 16th St.
and 14th Ave. (No. 1400 Lakeview Ave.).
or will sell all or the west half of the
block. Terms easy. Address J. C. Pebley.
215 Arizona St.. El Paso. Texas. nov7tf
FOR SALE-Several head mules, all In
good working cuinditio. "5 and, up.
Come early if you want a bargain. Gar-
field Ice Factory. novltf
FOR SALE-Thoroughly kida-dried rough
and dressed lumber, sash, dooarsnd
blinds, high-grade paints, Uil and bued-
ers' hardware. Saundets Mill Co., 29 B.
Garden street novltt
FOR SALE-Nice family horse and run-
about for sale cheap, at the Pensacola
Livery Stables. eovltf
FOR SALE-On account of leaving the
city I will sell my home with aff fur-
nihngs complete. U. OreMlatt. t1 .
Intendencia St. eloceim
FOR 1ALE OR RNT-aseabrese c a-u
on Santa Rosa sound. Gsed outb
Ings and about 13 acres land, eat-ding
from Pensacola bay to Snta ntu-
Barry W. Gibbs, 27 S. Palae St.

350 MEN'S SUITS toso at 'moiI
from $10 to 320; 300 b6ys 2 00i42
suits to go at $.25. Must vacate by
January 1st. E. Greenblatt, 33 B. I-
tendencia St. "33.sU
vines. Peach Trees etc. Aidrd"s Jo.
Biomeley. Fernhll Vtieyard, Oesemimet.
FIa.. or apply to Oyde momMe.r. Ulnos
Trading Store. 2em*

FOR SALE-Farm of M eas, 10 iles
frn Peasaceb Price i
81-06; F. I. P. 0. JM6 TS. Pab J M


dane- NOTICE OF RUMOVAjr-I have lm d.
f all the store. N. 101 Nortm PaVlx UL.
Se- for 3 years. I shall be glad to see aa my
Idres old friends and many new e thea
Fla. Yours for buses. J. N. AIdrewa.

D0 TO? PAT nT?
.Do yu wast n p it? Woul ou
likoe to o a. b. onms> for t o a
he al t l ?e ra -We-willn buidW i
bet part ft: same.t to you
aay *ur *thb, symeat, la n.n even
year u w a ae and have no
rent to pay. Come it ad tell u at
Pan yo want. a we Will tell you t
It wl ~cot you.
$10,000 to lend on im-
proved property.

Leslie LBrneks C.

43 euf. Palafn ems,

Bay Shore, at White's Sta-
tion on Electric Car Line.
The Fisher' Real Estate

FOR RENT-Six-room cottage, East
Gadsden street. doe in, $17 per month.
Apply B. r. Wolfe, Care Citien National
Bank. 19nov
STORE FOR R rT-104 ast Wright St.
No better location In the city. This
Store is the last' chancein thtls block. Fine
location for a goad meat market, mer-
chan=-talolr, misery or any ether busi-
ness not at present Mcted on property.
For particulars apply Briggs' House. 104
East Wright St., or bsoton & Watson.
A warehouse with private sidetrack.
Stores East OGrden st., near Palafox.
$15 to $20 each.
8. W. corner arragossa and DeVil-
217% South Palafex, upstairs, pool
room. 2.0.00 '
Gaded.m au:d tb, -avenue. $10.
104-106 South r onna St., $20.00.
BSutte of 4 otc ce.n2d floor. Palafox St.
entrance. $3..O--,
503 W. Gregory, $2,.50.
119 8. Baylen. $32.00.
Fisherville, modern; $17.50.
519 W. Gregory =50.
1113 N. 9th &v"ue. $19.00.
37 E. Romanr," 0.
2200 N. Sprite. 3.0.
122 N. 7th. $12.50
Near KupfrJa's Park. large lot, $10.90%
2211 North th ie'ue. $3.00.
1201 W. ntendeas. I.".
SE ast Garden St.
Dweomll (North Hill.)-
2-story dwelling,. North 111Hill. 10
rooms ...............................$ e0
2-story dwelipg, North GOUlle-
mard. I* rms .................... .0
2-story dwell,- North Palafox.
10 rooms .......... ................ 45.00
Dwe (Wlnss (West nd.) .
No. 3 Nort celona. 8 rooms 35.00
No. a5 West en. rooms ... 00
No. 317 North Barcelona. i rooms UL
No. 521 Wast Garden. 7 rooms .... 20.0
No. 402 West Intendencia. 7 rooms 20.00
No. 518 West Romana, 5 rooms .. 12.60
No. 423 West Remana. 4 rooms... 10. 5
Four-room dweluag at FishervUlle 10.00
Dwellings (East EnJ.)
No. 11 XAst Romana, 10 rooms .. 30.00
No. 722 North k Avenue, 5 rooms 620.0
No. 417 East regoery. 5 room .. 1.400
No. 233 East Intendencia. 6 rooms 15.00
No. M31 Bast laLRua, 5 rooms .... 11.04
No. 816 East Wright, 5 rooms .... 1i.50
Stores./ Oces sad Ialils in all parts
of the city, *
At e its Ulount ulidIng.
CaM and naspet Our 1.sts. Phone w4.
FOR RENT-Large brick warehouse on
Railroad street. Apply to Jas. McHugh.

FOR RENT--Stre building on S. W.
Corner Zarragossa and laylen streets.
Apply McMillan McClure., W. Inten-
dencla St. Phone 271. oct27tf
De us street ............... ..... .2
M e Intendencia Street ......... $.
S104 S. Tarragona Street .........10.t0.o
120 S. Tarragesx Street ..........1l2.0e
13 W, Roman. Street .............3s.K5
7 N. Palafox street ...............S40.0*
Store near Palafox Street.
eard Heusse--
Natlsmal Hotel. 1S rooms .........$4.4ig
Cor. 16th Avenue and 13th street..11-0
1401 N. Sth Avenue ...............S10.00
180 N. Palafox Street ............315.0S
1107 East 4ervantes ..............15..
905 North Reus Street ........... .15.00
T74 W. Zarragossa Street ......... 310.
207 N. Reus Street ................ 15.00
916 E. Strong Street ............ 15.00
1211 E. Cervantes Street ........... 12.50
1309 E. Strong Street ............12.50.
313 E. Intendencia Street .........520.00
613 B. Government Street .......X15.00
107 KE. Strong St. ............... 01
1011 East Strong Street ........... %so
Cer. *th avenue and Jackson St..:. 15,00
Cor. 10th avenue and 21st St. ....4s.00
Large 10-room house on bay shore
at risherville, with ele -tric lights, bath,
bet and cold water: nished or unfurnished. 2 servant houses
In Yrd; 2 blocks from car line.
Cor. Romana and Palafox Sts., two oe*
ces upstaLrs.
The Fisher Real Estate
Phone 87.
Ps4 ma nding out every day that
J esranas Want Columns are all
that Is ciahnmed for them. Why net try
tleI and got what you want?

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

5 lots on 16th ave-
nue car line, the
cheapest property
in this section $1100

WANTED-Three white girie to fold cir-
culars. Apply to N. Goldring. 19novat
WANTED -Good. reliable woman with
references, for chamber maid. Apqly
le mUast Romans St. 1nov
WANTED-A white, girl about fifteen
years old for housework, to stay on
prerabs at night. for family of two.
Miss Keoe, 221 W. Cervantes. Phone
35. 15nov3t

WANTED-A bookkeeper familiar with
the wholesale grocery business. Must
be sober and willing to work. Address
Box "Q." City. 14novlw

WANTFD-Carrlers wanted at The Jour-
nal ofrce. Apply Circulation Dept.
WANTED-Railway mail clerks; customs
employees, clerks at Washington. Com-
enement salary $506.0,. No layoffs.
any examinations soon. Preparation
free. Write immediately. Franklin In-
stitute, 25, Rochester, N. Y. Snov-m*
WANTED-Every man, woman and child
In Pensacola to know about the great,
closing out sale we are having in cloth-
ing and general merchandise. E. Green-
11att, 139 E. Intendencia St. 31octim
WANTED-Hustlers, ladles or gentlemen,
Io canvas for useful household articles.
Quick sellers. Good money. Apply 310
E." Government St. 4oct
WANTED-Carrieri wanted at The Jour-
nal office. Apply Circulation Dept.
REPRESENTATIVES to solicit. exclu-
sively or side line, the Saloon. Drug
Dispensary and Wholesale Liquor trade
for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran-
teed under the Pure Food Laws and

_a ,. "

LOST-Plain gold locket, with B. F. C.
engraved ton t. Return to 10 E. Inten-
denies St. and receive reward. 1onyvlw*
LOST--Solid old oval monograni scart
pin. "A" on one aide, "L. A. W." on
reverse. Reward for return 206 Blount
lBuBding. 18nov3t*
LOST-Pair gold rimmed glasses In ease.
Reward for return to L. R. Field. L. &
N. freight office. 18nov3t*
nes's stable at Big Bayou, a double-
breasted dark bay horse. tail and main
bobbed. both ears clipped. Reward for
return to 710 W. Belmont St. 15novlw*
LO4ST-T25.00 in five dollar bills. Liberal
reward for return to Room 510 Blount
building. 13novlw*
L4OST-Money by not seeing The Saun-
- ders Mill Company before purchasing
material in the builders' supply line. 29
. Garden St. novltf
ineth-old white and liver pointer,
named Sport, and one 6-month-old white-
with.lemoe-esrs better named Sam. Lib-
eral reward for return to W. C. Barri-
neau, R. F. D., Cottage IIU. Fla. 31octlm

WANTED-Everybod'- to bring their bug-
gies carriages and floats to The Jas. M.
Johnson Carriage Works to be repaired at
reasonable prices. for flrst-class work.
Cor. Main and Bayien Sts., Old Hudson
Building. 15novlw*
all occasions. Crysanthemums. Carna-
tions and Roses. Designs a specialty.
Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. oct27tf
CUT FLOWERS-Orders taken for all oc-
casions, particularly for weddings and
funerals. Miss Leila C. Reese, 518 N.
Baylen. Phone 232. 22ovt
IF YOU WANTED a nice carriage and
match bhomesfor a wedding or to go
selling, where w iuld you go to get them?
To aIsoIc Livery Sate. or ring
Phone 29. octlatf
A. H. McLEOD & CO.. M akers-Can-
vas from 14-inch to I-lnch, of all
weights. Lare supp ef Awning Goods.
Tents. Cots. Hammo etc., always In
stock. 708 South Palafox. 1aug
'"rna' Prp.. slc.t.s 'all kinds of
for sip hen ,Furniture stored .oa
pMMNEYm et pO 7OA904.N j


WEhibe 8so, I4.O.2n tg garted- Era, t
eS. a per cant mortgages on c t reem
is" laj aim t frs mlOOO II
ftm =for r Thefor b i_, not"
AO=mey. i pe.akdo Skeet. i0-iq

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FU.RU ApaI.a OM- t.

THE PLACE to bay comforts. *bankes
8nd bed mad % sy paymet. at
Soloos Furniture Co. .

Subscribe for The ournal.

-FOR SALE- -,-

$1- 0.00
For 1015 E. Strong street, a new and attractive
five-room and hall Cottage, with all modern mprove-
ments. Terms: $100.00 down, and monthly pay-
ments of $25.00.

An Investment.
We have fr sal* at a acrl ft rt o agr t. 8 s" ar -a
blind fo planing mli. aslted ai a Pen&aeao, Pi. Tohi
plant utl uPt'e sn amry wir an a be ha vwry r

Two.story rick Store. L Car. omermaest anTl Tarran"es sm o
facing L.&N. ti. trmpkde. lecatletor r A e mouMlish-
meAt. Price "n appnlcatolp.
300 acre en Santa iema 8o0u, pir le&s I l
Tum cottage on Santa Rose SoawL Price on an Ucatlee.
3Z,00 acres virgin ime, will c* 75 millie fot ppis nUlin ft.
cypress. PrIca SLl pe eom.

7,000 acres virgin pine. mlid body. U.50 per ace.
' Call around and let asesell you a KLMlr Park lt. These aw of
a saWole of the good things s e h S to s.
List your p Wit vthu WE GET RESULTS.

r. -

rmal mthod. Tfte1',. rFosY. Peda-
gogics. StUfl8if* M Wm for teachta.
Certiflclte War"de $67. Madm,
S. Elos t Huu. loetim
MISS BARNUM. of chlema. w il receive
pupils in vote eulture-and begnnem
in piano study. 306 North Sprt trt.
Phone 601. 4 1s


EGGS are E ) Couys Layaing Talo
EGGS arAe T iS e$thve.
F. S. ME.&N 4tCO-. Phone No. 334.

Lawrence .-. LAh, Wo mSade evFr-
al demonstrators in aerial avlgatle
before a gathering of sereaats at
Morris Park Race, N. Y.. this week, is
but 16 years old. and Is classified as
a "wind wisard."
There is a big rush to the now gold
fields at Sylvanlte, N. M. VWhue one
week it was a. arrep pratrie, the next
there was town Of 00 inhabitants.
Sylvanite is 300 msles from El Paso,

Because he comateated audibly on
the size of the hat the lady In front
of him wore at a nickel show, a Chi-
cago broker was arrested.

A hotel is being ilt at. Berlin
which will be tae lazm.t in the world.
Great Britain has the longest coast
Une of the eountrjgs Europe.
There art 8135 AMueicsas now res-
ident in-the Philipp s. -

A lot of old w per
tied up in at b dles for
sale, 6c a u de tThe Jour-
nal off'.

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The follow i et ,6 lnIsgL
for The l ow.i
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leeal freight leaIve PMaeomala at
7115 a.m.

Through fgt lves Psrenms mno a at

sssi.l ear at :60 a. in. LI

Freight ear win make but -e trip.,
levan Pensaoa at lM a m.
Pwasengts w siesbg to go 3m West o11
West Mill car at 11Rua an eier
streets, except evey w r
L m. and Sundays after
west Hl ears w&a
street to the pestefee ssad a

Mobile & Gulf 9tnmbp M0416

In F VecuA*wt sos AillaM &
Androe kSa Rablwty sernobp Uposw.(
fclghft and powamsgev mgo bo in
Mobile, paeseseol an ama eUpoor. O An-
*0 wMmMiile and all peit nto SL. a.
- Sa *y, makiing Omw@MaM sWARo A.
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which are to be phomd SL

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- Fancy waistcoats for aawn e popuw

GRAC ULCO MPLIM T. te ahiabIaIdtrITooIIe I- n Plain and chased go1 bracelets are
-. '. . * * Pr, Sele- 09 as tejN1w IM aS- the best measi boards or nPs-- -
V. chestra, ll d o mac. towa. mta i dnIotlea m. lktgI dbampeset t No end of braid is used on fashion-
SA T L ik "School Ds-l interestlag t-e-irow takes up instad of scattering the able gowns.
n ght at the opers house, as be a -. .h -
Sonered the very pretty compleet The appreciation of soutache is
S.... :...- j. t- o the aer laor-eanm by playing To make beeswax place comb in a greater than ever.
throughout the pretty lay. is ser- coarse musla Bag and put a small ---
t SDAY. e vie, ad these of his assistants, to stone to the contents; put In Futr bats are very pretty in new
.:a ra tme- Sd -aClub-HosatSe Mrs. L. U. Thoraton, be absolutely gratds.- kettle. cover witt Water and boil, The shapes sad styles.
yg p~. 1 il-n l The favor, it is needless to say, is wax comes to the tap of the water
mowd r y Sghv by s0s Auxiliary of b. P. 0. L. at Elk much appreciated by those who are aad the sediBmte: --s In the bot. Coats are long and they were never
.ms. closely identified with the play, and tomr of kettle. S-1move wax when of more graceful cut.
t* I JIOAY. upon whom Its success, in a large cold. -- e' - tsowne is
V* M a' 0 St Ops is u oe by "Jmaor G, ,rs,t" of* Measure, d -epenls. A g,. lof.wansdowneis.
-e- "V.v., To remove gre-e pots from wall used to trim the -black hats.
ae" .etTo. U. DOAY. IMPROVEMENT ASOCIATIO paper, sprinkle bakingoda over The belt and bag set is one of the
e. et W alI11 00llM0%s, Mr. Jolm C. Avery. on ado..naotenM A*the tl paper, place over the spot, nd fancies of the season.
SIg p*. .. .O account of the absence of Pres- press a moderately warm Iron against
0 dent Werrill from the city, there will it for a few minutes. The -blotting Plaited ribbon trimmings appear on
Sbe no meeting tomorrow afternoon of paper will absorb the grease, and the the directoire coats.
the School Improvement a'-o'ntlIo paper on the wall be tree from spots. --
.. .. The last rehearsal for "School Days." .-- Gold tinsel is much employed on
.A FU AgIPWaAyNCY. lay sla aa1 y lacedbeftere the public, which occurs tomorrow afternoon, will Scraps of mest leftovers" may be evening and dinner gowns.
; i.gha i UVIW 1a a w ofthiags "iaiool DI"w wll lbe strety worth also prevent any meeting of the sort. utlised by chopping ame aad adding --
That II s ill -ew-t. R IS gag to fairly teem a4 it. has been considered disabled enough water to cover, then cooldnga The colored net waistcoat is one of
ae r kla. with a 1ta1sehere purely Pesacoa to take an indeite pospoonement. few minutes with little salt. butter the novetltes of the day.
*p.reca s the a] ct, yo S wil SACRED HEART CHURCH sand pe r. r e yo w Ded" in every aol able tint. the
Taere-pretle&feature. ---EV.ENT.WAS .UCCgravy.Une maill-ar uem tins with DYed I every available tint. the
SOFT h- w to? -7in. the cast; EVET WAS 8UCCvy a tn wI trich plume still holds sway.
l t. e re to be s boys and girls, The ladies of the Sacred Heart ituree crust anderre hote Black coats and rawit brown cots
saw..are- l,. xm andserveot. Black coats and ra' brown coats
/ t m lj al. rt- sd a l that Ies with e rally grown church conducted a pretty sale lat -- and b a to have colored col-
chh ~l ,l np opera s th0i proceeds are to be alght. at tle Keyser buildln, many at If one has a bedroom wall on which, are to have core co
-". ."..... -eG tr the l eent of the tractive J clnes suitable for Xmas butterlies or certain varieties of flow
",W - e m -W& lht, gr~,a se sunin school No. 1. i lt h bleeB on fdisply. Re era predominate-as a decorative figure The thraldom of the "touch of
SYACH n freshmerts were served a d a large then rugs, following this same idea, black" is more apparent than ever
I0 o 10 j i ti t WILL iL I .ARffrea- took a d ant a s-et I- a -a easily made to order at any of the before.
cheer offered at the hands of the la- p-lace where ths 'work is done A -
M thw g.thtr a ow A feature waich Is soon to become dies. A twoldntory oe ws- ralized genuinely effective anad unusual rag The bracelet is now often substitut-
Spahr oa eal social hircles is the as a result of the event r bad butteris of pale yellowish ed for the rng as a symbol of be-
t at! UWe or m eiw PeP]~s Tasht which is and brown ageos the border of a trothal.
meog bu o esse ad PERSONAL MENTION. yel i ad r. butter he ning veil f tday, tough
isved a eemooltv e ayacht MI Hilda Bount is among 'her o iesloked as thoma they had -been
-Agbi. cb e caarl of su a clfriend Is again. having etrneworked inthywra
tS erry skippers is en- rfromdia leasabt visit with oftday in closer weavetq e body of the rug. Black and white is likely to be an
*""U e rkO l A yett club, In fact, New Orleans. The me idea carried out in a enduring favorite through another sea-
MAW tan e a *w .--l td ivsi ldesign-fr -1w-bwer on--a studio Son.
adJm Soves i sme to 8the attractive Mr. ald Mrs. W. Lamar left ye%- rug. For de.Ap ad studios these r
SL. .:.= 1 "thant110"am mterday for New Ortaa. Qualat oor i-ts are 8oat attractive. Tle great breadth of the crown of
S .- -.-- -t t o f O -st q o -u the new hats makes the brim appear
-a -* wt ao on oftgo b east a club Mrs. C. W. Oliver an l children It i. not obligatory to answer wed- moderate.
i --t -- th-~e% A. b al t Iay W n *_ drl tas be favor- have retured from a pleasant Tsilt ing Invitatims to a church wedding
Gllil SSL I A soss tt S r te oat with triends in St. Ies. or is it necessary to send a gift. One Trimmings on velvet have a certain
U -.I g lMIo. r ol. basr se f...a do- so. howwer aMA it is probably degree of novelty and in- all eases are
AS-VI..J W-00 i4 ai -MrO. B. Wolf a returned from New always bes, to i A letter of con effective t tter of con-
-3 -he. "*, g- J Ms CLU.. UI. D -- -t"'-ion- a"d send a small gift pro- A new boot ha patent leather
go1S W OSW S t bSL5 t d wlS 6 eO rect fIst 1of rise Mrs. A. D.Berry Sad ehildrn left vidlug te frie*M p is of long stand- bred cloth topa and two.
aw rs at rsmeetig of the yesterday for Selma, where wtty win lg. fnere are o as and fast rules n ubvamps, biedl
T, ,gl A ,ub: Mrs. uum- be the guests of relatives,. governing such OWeS, since many inch Cuban heels.
110n oloweMIND" JIM ; -yMgurJan.vwhite.,w- aft .a y e
Imi I- gMrs me M ii.; .M Ja.M Wshite.. -- weddings are partially private, Some skirts are made with the high
Wla dn a m gga ge Mra. Mer3. Mrs. M. Lovelace, cam wit the tmerstanding that interested empire corselet belt in taffetas, gen-
lg Clurb rfi t0, st 1. -lV Was the by Mrs. S. S. Foshee, were na city tris ant ac ttaaces can be pres- erally in blck.-
.9MW-aSr lS e hrH 1f t a -t.l~om the- next yesterday, having come q a frc atb, Pf they so der. bvitations to l
"*111,- B616 1, 1 thL,| a!( r at Sext Brewton, Ala.. O a sopp tour. home weddlt not including a re- Many blouses are made without col-
nath tt Mr. ...e ,,..h +1.. option card. do -tot necessarily need lars to accoasn.Mate the many becom-
Mr. S. S.Jerome. reP. t2 he nuwealou oe hg inseck fixtures.
s Armour Pack-ingt company, thesFereltho most er-IngNek tr.
-.....- -",ctgaabtbsns,00 do answerWe=m. Wben the invi-
.li S on a shortly basInes tlai. ta n to the wedding and reception is For actual warmth the goat skin and
whoUhM church, 1 Mrs. W. K. Gonzalez is- sI rtta. *thWed. the At should send a o'posaum coats, lined with cloth, are
',9... time, I:n lSl^. aprovof ohemia. present or sende ets. Big pgagin, or leather auto
,amoos"this 1:ai to f" of hi. Mrs. A. Smith is eo piat-. Thse spangled-r sequined carf are bgte b twelve inches, are seen
0 q 4k!i, *"dam P arty me_ -' d1' It from her ona, Mr. B. mgln is great demand for neckwear, and in the shops.
A-la.ry. T.s-xe 5 le SS ewill Mrs. I. LT. McCaskill. .te port, 1 w is Int n ol patlng o One of the handsomest coats seen
ibei .re is spending a few days at thi i ieWE ean ,,one of these at this season was- made of broadtail in
S *B4 urbe tlest w-Iptet i hotel." figu-----y f aired, d or ringed net in directoire style.
St $ *-. + OUSEHOLD -UGg IO black or iaite, it a supple quality. A run that portends some success
SM. oles in plaster 'wane *--to- eah figure, dot or ring with has commenced on amber, both the
DAENTNCE'AINd ped with a mifxture toV gl d oeM a or tiny sequins, and you clever and smoled varieties, short
DANCE Mirade hiter of pIris mixed iltoe k wJfth the effect t the lyran car necklaces of large, even-sized beads
1SU% I i s awe t ho p Hoepm water. hen dreooersaT e * l *Va 7 be of tofpar p toeS. should %e raw oe are neahy and suitable for h.
,Ll >n-.ts. evelnt-ls itotma The wit 'rt 4%avb lrs tbe avb o f -- -to' --a e rs of rather mature years. One -result of the Insistent exploiting
6#alt to teeyc"ro Cla s r i motors. Carpets Should be beatf on the younger girl ahoud content her- of the directoire styles is the long
-- e a Pleof Clb w will m -t teli of the wrong side rst and theM. aere ettly, self with a long, eoft ecarf of bhiffon hanging ruffle which is found attached
I N tiat Ilglt. htoe -a -thw owfithe on the right. Never put a .t down cloth or figured et, trimmed -with to the bottom of the sleeve and fall
M- the _t-r A on a damp floor, for this tel a--lt le, or, best of a1ltAe crepe de chine ing over and almost concealing the
S . -..- in the carpet becoming mauigep isndelicate colortlgs. hand.
Mrs e 1W1 W_. J. .e w*3 latter may have aeep hems
7| ga._.y a -Nt Wh.en eleftWg pantry h ~ovi. fo lt ltthe owner's eam embrod. Neck fixings this year seem to have
WU V W ,- ,y~rBda *aeant together at least three aets W wo ere in seldfIoe on one end. been planned to give *women swan-like
le MI SSMeW the loaeet way the tifll sheet.Pt necksMa loving aside the quallings
*Piee time Sel6 to the rt( t e FOR MILADY .EAUTIFUL. of etb and tul ruches. Everything
1 t u r B I. V" 1 e si! u- shelf; ft carefully a d sWi zt WUl elaborate afternoon and eve- has a long-drwan-out and slender ef-
'. lw .=I l.? I a, vpl 98mWOWIISe P a re 4e lld of '-e ftaftg gowns Sleeves hat are str-apied feet.
"a mealr *ah e oe me i 41 so Lithu novelty stocks, often copied
SBTheg Je fShio F aWAre t striking features of the season
wihe b l m m They are charmingly made oirp of rib-
4Noib bon of almost any fur-even pointed
the .r sad black l Mx
-'- il 11 The prominence of the high-bcned
ter street. ian all costumes and separate
SbytL ex cept *tse strictly for eve-
n ug wear, together with the applka-
tion of some form of high collar to
my^t'-- tIIeOAL i 'street suits and out-door wrap, is a
TiMC^ .lTh In .p . yPtet. ..."ew testure to this season's modes.
S sphon* A D^ very noteworthy characteristic of
!tm Tt, ar d the silk flet uct blouse is its sknplic-
-lgit i. t. .ben pl- The net is very coarse, in beau-
tftl od- The w.- oldorld shades, embroidered
W uleq av Iwith large sefolored spots, both
G. t I squallre and rOd, overlapping tucks

S boby. T .Oe o the newest ribbons is satin-
ate t he__ _l_ 1od JSeobeon, on the other. Others are moire wity
at No. 12 N. Deeilhlr street. satin stripe, Rman stripes and

-- Nhv Persian sad Orietal patterns. Therm

h oyho. Lyon. of ad MlPotatoes.
eAU BD OKPA UspIhimaville.l OKinejteiti W^TSithPrl
OeptSv uchn d Plain Cornbread.
V Bithh- ile Cby ae waesdd Latn
*Ab eveddntsThe Journal.
Ta srmiS Baked MnCRop ih rs.
MftBaked Potatoes.
Bro- i rneaWSandwiches.
Vegetable Salad, French. C

S1R. wewaVeal Ste l. With Tomato Sauce.
Riced oPtatoes.
Pried Sweet Potatoes.
String Beass. Celery Saled.
Uak lpka Pie.
'chAse. Cate Noir.
-* -se.eCae bestex-oI
at I trac.uVanllas will help r
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yffiewed. but no at C. et tbythe Bo. x. W-WSON,
neFI n caMsftwere inaftse s 8*3-mg3sens
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SFath to Produce the
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coAftr C a ft hrt trial my Ii

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vm I i wimaueerys strL r salnta n
t*r both thore ae and c halp. E

re seta- lietI yew
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other hair eve; zmale.

c hor WAeN er alnihee tet shows ayrets fton. i

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ico" I V .....eral C tsreOietrea land..3 y
adSO Ot& SO. madS
Who Rtey amr and where they =er M found. If
you aret goin to build anything, consult The

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PLUMOGERSd eeneralsCentractor and n nltder,a
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will put onfa LDRe e your 31 E. Garden St..Phone 717.
sells 7r6ck, L. Tat, C-P ment, etc. Bat h. Doors, Blinds and all kinds

AndeTson S teams, C. H. TUelv M & COt,






Make Good Shownig in
Quantity and Quality.

The Journal's agricaltIral editor
was treated to two fine eamplea of
West Florida's productive *oll yester-
day in the shape of a' i14e basket ot
sweet potatoes agId an equally fine
sack of oranges.
The sweet potqt oea were grown by
Phil Jones on W. L. Morgan & ero.'s
place nortQa of the city. There were
18 of them, al" from one bill, and
they weighed 26 pounds. Not (a bad
showing in a swet potato way for
any soil or climaI,; but West Florida's
soil and climate for sweet potatoes
can't be beat.
The sack of Oranges were brought
in by Capt. John Rourke of Bagdad.
who picked them froa- the trees of
Mrs. Lee, who livea on Trout Bayou,.
across the bay, about tam miles east
of Pensacola. Mrs. Le- jas about
25 or,30 trees,, sas Ci* Ro rke,
which have n6ek -" part ) eular
care, but whie a"e I e own
with golden fnrot Tht QpmI s, Vhen
compared with- -tlMs NIF W l pro-
duct, are far sWparlr bN t appear-
ance and taste. 4" L wOorke *says
t-nat Mr. Otis. t Mt-Mlat, am has soee
very Aae trees thai aw fall of r-uit.
They Take *--ee' on- 0.
"I have 4me 4 g, Ne? I0fe
Pillruns 9ou* m s crssesl
sotf e. o.hcde nX

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Every day.

The EscamNa

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112 South Palafox St., Pm

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bery or vines. ocainiay with igtv
pines and palmettoe. The watio t
from one to six feet deep, the I
being covered with a growth of ink
gra sS.

NOTICE, W. 0. W. Jt
Members of Live Oak Camp No. 1.
1 W. 0. V., are requested to meet at
?the union depot Sunday Noember
'22. 12 m.. to attend the unveiling ecr-
emonies of Sovereign James Blaneh-
ard at Clopton cemetery, Brent sta-
tion. Hickory Camp, Oak Grove Cir-
el and all visiting sovereigns are cor-

J F. DAVE. D CLAND, C. C. The National Conservation

Commission is to Meet in
41 th Shot Granulated Plug Cut wao ssinon san m t e in
S- without a rival for smoking
qtpazilities 10c a can at Im- Stock iAter Meetings
as *w sm c r s Bperial Cigar Stores. Will Be Held With Gover-
mcbo&h to .llwo lt thsg mrag nors.

i ta" d o er t Washington, Nov. 18.-The much
i pasn u ts M aluri n on talked-of inventory of the nation's re-
soTIM E EXPORTurces is now practically completed.
I2sggl2AaItmes. rriedeoto To consider the material it y as a
t *t.e Gulf Ports. brought together the National Conser-
.TAIMBBE G a r oS vatRion Commission has just announced
Shi tsMdeD its first full meeting fnir Tuesday, De-

*ea il a 'l* 4 S. a shipments Made During OC- meeting the f inrstSteps will be taken-
.... ...n"O. toward putting into tangible bhape the

!ko wN& m. tober From Va i ouS on taking .stock of the country's wa-
Am ok"atse tet1 = r Gulf Ports. One week later after the commission
e. A m uM awl a a ha. gone over the inventory, it will
fo t het Ida and Then f shilosee n m-ber" andhold a'jon at meeting in Washington
fIt steamo te arrived em " lg.rail. The follow1og shows the lumber and >ith the governors of the states and
VA ron the Iv Y ee-! terrilor te or their representatives. At
frt.a l in. l d n 0 KX1 89&CO. timber ex n rtz from a:'iou., ;u t ports this the inventory will be fur-
NrhkB*, Tesumeee sen durInK 1he mont of Oorher discussed and the report ,which
0 o N. PeDIsa Diol str4buter, Pensacola. :the president has requested the comn-
wnaniono n Wg J Kay of 146N o6 -ierFida. Sawn timber-France '.124Y00 fct: pinision to make to him by January 1.o
vwrt Wamre Germany, 331.000 feet: Italy. 1.99 1 t01! will be formulated.
S. eet; Netherlands, 1,20.000 feet: Por- Vih less than six months in which
^.e. lJo iie-t the inventory
is t at tat p *. e --. -e N.etN tugal, 601,000 feet: Spain. 1-' 00 feet.: to mak the inventory, the four
.-_ a g glodwml leavre omax. melre Ftrech L4tatu E ngland, 1A.49,000 tet: total, 7,G6,090 branches into which the commission
aSr 144C SCardiRff to oa Tralnit Co. tfeec- is -div ded, aided by the co-operation
* a BfrkttOf Ril eoft All other lumber-A.rgentGea, it of the government departments, have
with 20,00Pounds of GAN T*lt Co.ovalue, $1.544,Uruguay. Sso4; total. bright together what is probably the
Sw 2.39 4.s e Br Wildsa 171p. $,3ra.most useful collection of facts about
S -rrV to b. IL i taves--Spland, 9,560 fui ; cs. the material things on which nationuil
SarlveL t tsto sot Ath t nt 1a L mlp anufactures of lumber-Englad. Industry atid progress are based that
o ni l l, taken UW e, Gulf Tranit Co. Galveston. Reports .presenting these facts and
West to *so nwt11e 11 l ISawn f imber-Mexico. 862.193,000 feet; pointing out their significance have
IW WlL TbW 1 rt 142, MSae- n mber-mer, logs, ex t;c.( tAt been prepared. These reports. sum-
m e ah 148, M t Timber, logs eteh. ..t- a nmarized and indexed, will be submit-
e awMk MtUn which wa re- to R e o e.value, $14.5093; Englah.l $1.7.6; totaI, ted to the commission at it. coming

the aes As ,c* Bto A. l et M3 1wBoads -, -deals and latk--lielgJial: Altl through The summer general in-
l T rS UMi& the li by, has Mlbella. Nor ship, Bmcker, 632, 103,000 feet; Germany. 17, 300;) fe-. erst m agek Thrrnnbecrst or
b* old o the t Aberdeen to order.Nehrad..00eo l1ieh,- Bt t the work and object of the
Ie. etherlands. SI.000 fleel; lre Id, $1',- C.onuervaio Commission lhas been
ways, wbage wi o brgpali. SuBka. 000 feet. Mexico., 20,tioi freet; Iota', g.wing. The public is now weli
* Lyna, Nor. bk., Hmses, 534, labla 1,329,000 feet. tolgd on. The p aj lio is now we
"a Nocw h I m pa M ar11 t1ARBlam.S s to A. ZelBes..:'. lOted on a --abject of which h o only a
a a s rta to OceNan, Ba bk. Erikeens, 1239, RIO t:fewa 6 2.3 -0., N,, pie's; fe. specialists had knowledge at the
l Jan iro to A. e .1 b n o rany. 9 d Itay 2 1 : Slanitinme of ti, conferencee of governors
SJ tf r t A. i ii erland. 19,2: England. 1S -a.d e. -rl. at- t e \Whita Ho n se. ia
A __ '" o m nsD t t, sN mr-bk. Rest ., 1509, land, "21.514, total, '.761,s90 Itok. 4hit H4t i
S -oomemtheor meiane othe lMgPartCa b F W to Zelius. a feet; total. 217.00 eet. a I p tal
road of the J. Z. iu C C4, at W abileY Nor tbk A Ch s teWsen Manufactures of lumber-Ger&n T he ovrfa carried the spirit of
Free port. a e. m here ygt ) lyggteon 1Nore b, Caistnese in value, $ .61:,; Eniland. $3.500: the conference home with them to
flat ear evOtIwe eavS, l& N 146* a Ayre B ra,124 Mexico. $14,743; Cuba. $S23.; total, Itheir ovn people. and have kept
ltle -raft-adt nsSh U Te Ca. 2a2, $23.6o1. 36 wingss moving ever since by appoint.
lighter 5 7 St JeOs U et de i V Ital bk, Rittore, Mobile. ing state commissions to stidy local
wharf. The ~t vimb tee t 1441~ L wfas to master. Sawn timb*er-France. 392,000 feet: problems. hxy writing and o peaking on
Freepor.iL uGermany, 421.000 feet; It Blg. 1.0001.110 the subject of conservation, and by J
T r Frrsa F : By S Bi G feet: Netherlands, 522,000 feet; Eng- keeping i' close and help fui touch
th e d a ste etr oMsa nis n 9 0 land, 1.97,800)0 feet.: total. 4,:14,00 withe I0o4ntAi' l o.... an T T',"
mtinier tpe. t Inr (te or. ani feer. are ready to take piat in the approaei.
Mater p e *Hewn timber-Prancle. 10.029 cubic J in t in- ntehite 1,t. 1 c .li..cuit-
Th u o fr feet: Netherlands, 60.125 cubic feet; meant that it had been set for Decem-
-- W .E. ngland, 18.498 cunic fete; total, 88,. her S resulted in a a umber of accept-
r fUyt 652 cubic feet. ances before the formal invitation of
e 0 0Timber, logs. etc.-Germany, tit the commission had even got lato the
FL8U D S value, $2.042. mails.
teGM.t;0'j1-SL oBards,; deals and plank-France, When the conservation movement
Nov.94,000 feet; Netherlands. 896.000 was started, speific Information
I a bm o atgfeet. Netherlands, 99.,000o feet; British about the actual state of our resources
*to W. E. Isws Honduras. 3,000 feet: Honduras. 80.000 was partly wanting, partly inaccess-
F in w.oifeeet; Panama. 1,530,000 feet. British ible. Certain .facts were broadly
gth ." es~ S1 MCb WIg 8 West Indies, 186,000 feet ; Cuba. 4.303, known. It was at least unquestion- v
SThis State genina. 6.193.000 feet; able that our resources had been b
SFr f at the ehd. 8 frica, 200,000 feet; total 14,.- wastefully used. and that some of
1W* ete- *Twoi t.tthe Read. 986,000feet. them, notably the mines, were sure a
________All other lumber-Netherlands, In In time to be completely exhausted,
a ma -A value, $11,500. while others, for example the forests. e
0 * A _Secia- dispatch to the New York Staves-Germany. 1.372 pieces: could still be kept 'perpetually useful .
I sM .. post; a WO 6 uaN Mmarette, Mieh., says: Netherlands, 4.006; England, 11,300; by right management. The first wor b
SDee r. t vast e total, 1.678 pieceswas to get the facts, to show exactly 1
*i loridstals mesVast Manufactures of lumber- British what the situation was and how it
I bDsrkSIStb, i&t s ma ie ofW. E. Honduras. in value, $li: Honduras, could be improved by measures that
lkka-b ara e a i 4lstoker, hoti t $8: P3 ma, $423; Cuba. $6:: total, would work. Without an inventory of
CPlu --T e to ept; Mw bin ah ]gheds aw m INo retlria ed to ie the resourrces which should show the U
Nov. e4-.* a n e In .Everg lade meanha s r etedt it New Orleans. present condition of the resources and t

ta, i ~ gt. Sawn timber-Germany, 6.000 feet: the way to develop them to the best '
V the 38, 0 scron in -Florida it England, 1,000 feet: Scotland. 1|7.000 advantage. conservation was in danger r
.s (,e MMigOete o a .stmat feet; Ireland, 90.000 feet: British lion- of staying up in the air. d
SMacheoer--ela to twdoty milies ir ~ ras. 3,000 feet; total, 21,.000 feet. But the work is now practically a
earn Nv. 24. e tsu fheav foretsofy wine, Hewn timber-Belgium, 3,000 cubbc done. The facts are there, in dollar t
f'ek.ahe5 I is i, lanidities s eak, ev- feet; Netherlands, 2,563 cubic feet: and cents, tons of coal, board feet of h

bre placed the Plant~d Kroe-.'inte Mr. LIwis place supply Dany, $14,17; lyajqindlr !$ ni m:at> ble *eform measures have been 1
laaL under the Belgie s at 80.wo0,oe,000 feet. which value. $3.279: France, $:;.;:'1" G;. weighed. The final report to Cae I
* 1 is yleldiag fortunes in building many, $14,107: Netherlands. $so.09; president will be the necessary sun-
ha command of Capt 3 Preiadergni t.rpetim. England, $1.320; Scotland. $350; l,'il- pleiment to tie addresses at the W' .e
teaf-ott-lts a ui G CaWel Tree aUtting. Ish Honduras. $36: Costa R ca. $70: House conference. The note of those a
lm., rbal fr tle Ul lat One f the latest owners of timber Guatemala. $386: Honduras $1 addresses was a note of warning. The c
t Sprrows Iat nt eek for illen cres of pine. The company $35,744. ) warning must be heeded if the ex-
Galveste, Tex, after wl. h gart a _cattta sys~tealatdeally, not touching Boards, deals and plank-Austria. hautstion or natural resources is not..
slvo was named, to erwi operatlas utng_ -yatner twelve-inch stump- :19.000 feet: Belgiuan. 3.342.J00 tfeet: oni day, to impoverish the nation, and
w daing the gimnels e to i y csttstrae this pwei twice it Denmark, 13S.000 feet: France. 1.310.- !t will also undoubtedly bring out
that pert. 8a IS ie t th yi~- w BM C OMt thirty years in 000 feet: Germans-. 1.789.000 feet: how the country' resources can be J
pelg hr type, but Is the only roe eutti.e t its'presest supply, and at ftaly. 206.000 f et: Net heilauds. 1.002.- developed so as to last the longest c
which burns oil for fuel Instead o the # gtdltp of that period will ind 00 feet: Spain. 41.000 feel: England, possible time and serve the greatest ti
ts. etar wi& af her growth of t i b 5.33"8.000 feur: Scotland, 395.000 feet; good of the people. ac

*F 1 5S l rla operations. Ireland. 342,000 feet; British Hon
T cre teame Try let33 lumaberng operations. In Are . ret; Britih Hondt A dispatch from El Paso, Texas,
The screw steamer Try Me. 33 gr act. will be reforested by sa- ras. 14.000 feet; Costa Rica, 76.000 says that Joe Touche. the gambler, I
ons, .bunlt at Point Washtangtm ama te if lmy a little care Is exercised feet; Suatemala. 147.000 feet; Hondir- known as "Touch the Turk." recently
.aned by parties in A-19 ,thls., I IS u t t eUmber. ras. 34,006 feet: Nicaragua, 15.000 paid $31,000 for the privilege of ope- co
Wit her name changed by authrity f 0ft wk w t reclaiming the Ever- feet: Paunma. 788.000 feet; Mexico rating all the gambling games run
he bureau of navigation to 8. ] L .isUme od progress. This 28C000 feet; total. 14.503 000 feet. during the Christmas festivities at
teague. i-u trat- o eftsh is 160 miles Port Arthur. Juarez, Mexico. C
S* ang by f ile wsMe and extends Sawn timber-Netherlands. 2,154.57.1 exco.
The new ove-moaAted alooner P l e Ikchebee practically to feet. Mi-s Rose Fritz. a New York type- t1
er Palmer has lust been launched So C altRate of the state. The Hlewn tiamber-Germany, 3.950 cubic writer, has just accomplished the task c
!rom the yard of Percy & SmaL. At ar is hig d&ralned of by means feet. of writing 87 perfect words a minute c
Bath, lMe. The date of the laimchieig t ccanal, Iese are scooped out by Boards. deals and plank--Mexico, for sixty consecutive minutes. This 1
af the new six-mast"e schooner Ed- a&~m raiage eaal, ey 749.585 feet: Germany, 607.116 feet: Is claimed to be th" record for speed
ward B. Winslow trom Plrey & tead f,6'te coast island, forms total. 1.356.701 feet. on a typewriter.
mall's yard has been samm wer-S 1 bet wide with d All other lumber-Mexico, in value.
Tuesday, Nov. 24. The l anchMWg otW . -feet Five ..t aw-- $11,734. The people of Lebanon.N.. H., have S
tne two sch-oerss in con ecti with n)I are o its length anutally Eagle Pass. started a new ftd by holding a social @
roe launch oa tuwrbie steamr Dels it --,_- y ae Mexieo--81.000 feet sawn thnber in a hen house. It wasm found to be
* 1'ast byk t toh.a ea ,cks j stm. is .plane timber. los. etc.. in val. 10140 an appropriate pilae for some of tie
Sa 2 m in a memberr recoWr for .ed WIR make porsside the con 1,254.000 feet board*, deals and plank; village cacklers.
ace netti eof thlicgteat lake into a reser- 12 m shingles; all other lumber. in
Arrivd. r trom w water may be draw value. $146; manufactures of lumber. T
Hannah U. Ba, Br. e Cooper. tIe ntt a lng dry season. The $2,963 COTTR IT-I.
193S Vera CtIM to South AtlaatkS iM S miles lo and 3 Mrs. Chagrae Rice. of Verona N. 3.J
ScooAuk A of Great Value. has built oth her on ban the for PHOTOGRAPHS.
LIST OF V EMLS IN P iT. ewL states that a Colorado hall reach e stage sh PensaiCla, Fla.
MW eelCOiay is lreparilng 27,000 iS puzzled-she doesn't Mknow how to
Warmide, Br. Mra% 3pe e ae for the growing of sugar cane. put in the rooms.
1149, f mina to M. A. Quis Tomatoe .be toM thrive w dertlly u te
Tea Aus, s, It ch M=g. Si the mck M il, w h Is from 4 to 6 All Plainfield, N. J., Is excited ever
Manchuria. Br. ss.. aylor. 2117, the Cre and selling at from $2 So $3 country club and the local papers e ma IM i M f
Bremen to J. A Merritt & Co. -.. he.. The WAnds with which the carrying big advertise;= ts. appe2 011 0
S(oya. Br. ss.. Williameo3. 2tS7, Pl- addedd vary f as one- ing to club members et to betray tbhe
equal. Chili. to Gulf Tramit Co. qua" of W Gem to nhuadreds of American Sabbath. t
Brk:r-''. 1r ss. Golborse, 2916, for 0As.i e4 T r a re generally
ir.e J: ...-. ':, .iilf Tranmst. Co. coved wit4jeage thickets of shrub- Subscribe for T'~ue l _ow-nal

There will be a meeting of the Sons o,
Veterans at the bivouav- at 6:30 p. m.'
to-day, for the purpose of naming a
sponsor for the reunion at Mobile Novem-
ber 24 to '6 inclusive.
R. P. REESE. CoA:inmant-.r.
F. &. A. M.
Regular- communal action of Pen-
.m -ola Todge No. 42. P & A.
M.. Thursday. November 19th. at
i ." :); Alo't-k. Visitiing brothers
fraterntally invittd.
T Ii. FI.EKT\-tH)I.
F. a A. m.
Special .itrnmuniication of Es,:am-
lia LoI.-ge. No. 1.,. IF. & A. M..
*KriJay, No V. _."!. t ;it ::'0. '*lo 'k.
Work li tVic F. 4'. I grr'. Visit-
ing brotkhl.s frat,-rnallyv invite,.
E. J. QUIGLEY. \V. M..
Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Associa-
tions meets at Knights of Columbus
Hall the first Friday in eaca month
at 7:30 p. nm.
ABE DANIELS. President.
Naom i Lod No. 10. Daughters of
Rebekaho megs every Monday night at :
So'lock at 1. 0. 0. F. hal. VisitIng
Siter s cordially invited to be present.



Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
Charges Moderate.
Office, Masonic Bldg. Next to Dr. Welch'9
T. G. YATES. M. D.
410 BIotwnt Building.
T~ienty year experience as an fte
E--mbak ation f e# .
310 Bount BsllIne Phone 1.

aNeIther the Captain. Owners
nor Consignees of the .tearm-
ship Teresa will I[ re-
sponsible for debts contracted
by the Crew of said vessel.
Lt.LF TRANSIT CE). captain .
L* Nfithl.r I~pI <'aptain. Owners
nor ",nsignees of the l.ritish
steamship wVeardale. will be
reTsposiblp for debts contract-
e' d hv tih 'r w oif said vesel.
A Neithl tihe captain Owners
nor Consigne-.s of the British
s;,aniship .lManehinria. will be
r'-spnslle ib for debts vontravt-
<'-1 hy tb,. t'rew of said vessel.
IOHN. A. M-'ni:tTT & CO.. Captain.
a Neither thei Captain. Owners'
n or 'onignees orf tihe British
steamsh'ip MAlaltby. will be re-
spousibi, for debts contractLd
by thie crew of said vessel.
JOHN A. MERKITT & '(.. Captain.

Legal Advertisements.
The undersigned, as Receiver and As-
agne-, in pursuance uf th,. antloritv't
"ested in him, hereby gi.e. notice that
idsi will be received by h0i1i until I-
o'clock. m.. of Xovembr "-':rd. 194l8, for
he following described property, to-wit-
ill bottlUng machinery. bittlt-s. i-aset-
wagone. tarneas. book accounts and evi-
Ileneesof Indebtedness. and all other prop-
rtv at this time belonging to to the Pen-
acola Bottling Works. The property may
be inspected on the premises.
3noviLt Receiver and A gnARKee.
Northern District of Florida. By virtue!
f an order of ale issued out of the
united States District Court for the Nor-
hern District of Florida, on the fourth
ay of November, 19M1. notice is hereby
given that I will sell by public ac.tlon. I
fr cash on Saturday. the twenty-eighth
ay of November, 198, at 12 o'clock. m.,.
It P-soacol, Escambia County. Florida,
n front of the United States Postoffic-e,
he American schooner, Freddie W. Alton.
er engines, boilers, machinery, boats.
ickle. apparel, appurtenances, and furni-
ure. as she now lies. at the Marine
Vays in Santa Uosa County. Florida.
T7n.vlt United States Marshal.
Neither one- of the owners of the
chooners Fawn and Corie will be re-
ponslble for debts contracted by the
mptains or crew.

J. M. WlELI.S,
oWvs. J. \\ :,LLS
evl$aow4w1- Harper. Fla.
oUnder and by virtue of a decree of
freelosure and sale rendered by the Hon.
F. anmmet Wolfe. Judge of the Circuit
court of Escambia County, Florida, on
he 26th day of June. A. D. 198. In the
ias of Morris Bear against N. H. Cobb
nd Mary A. Cobb. his wife. I will. on
Monday. the 7th day of December. A. D.
MS. sell at public auction to the boet
Ld tHeIst bidder before the County
court House door in the Citv of Pna-
ola. Eseambla County, Florida. during
e legal hours f sale. the following de-
wribed real estate, situate, lying and
mi1g in the City of Pensacoa. Escabia
o*Mty, Florida, to-wit: Lots afteen (15).
xteen (16), and the west half (W%), of
t urt (14), in Bleoa twelve (12). of
bt New Cty Tract, according to map ef
Ity of Pesacola. published by Thomas
W. atso in the year 1.4.
Also the following described real estate
tuate In the County of Santa Rosa.
late of Flrida. to-wit:
That tract of land known and described
L Oo "Manuel Del Barco Grant.' betnK
emo. ton (10) in Township one (u
knth, of Range twenty-eight (28) West.
Ssix hundred and flfty-one and
leU4lf (41% acres, more or less.
lHgether wftb the tenemetA. heredita-
t and and apurtenaes thereunto be-
ft mg or appertaining. the whole free
all exemption and right of home-
IDfeds at cost of purdhaser.
w r eaww Special Master.
Notice is hereby gfven that the under-
gned administrator of the estate of
amen McDonald, deceased. will on the I
nd day of February. A. D. 1909. prm p
y Mal account and vouchers to the
sunty Judge of Es-amtbia County. Florida.
ad ak to be discharged as admvlmlnistra-
r of sad estate. J. J. SULLIVAN.
o* iamm Administrator. -

A lot of old newspaper,
ed up in neat bundles for
ale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour-
alm fice-

New Houses and the Light


Those who are building new houses should con-
sider carefully the light question. Gas makes the
most perfect, even and uniform light known to sci-
ence, and is more economical, too. Light with Gas.
Cook with Gas.


Phone 14&

24 and 27 E. Garden Street


Exert every effort to protect the interest of its
- depositors, and make use of every means of precau-
tion. Our up-to-date and modem methods insure ac-
curacy and promptness, and the same careful atten-
tion to small as well as large depositors.
We invite your business.
Capital, $300,000.
Surplus and Undividde Profits, $140,000.

First National Bak

: of Pensacola, Florida.
Designated Depository of the United States
W. N. Knewlew PreseMit. W. K. Hyor, Jr.. VIeo-Preeldnt and GamMn
Thme. W. rMnt., A'. Cashlor. W. N. Robrts. Aas' Ca Mltr.
DOrectene-V. C. Broet, W. A. BlOent, W. H. Know$@. W. K. Hyr, Jr. and
Knewls Hyer.

IPensacola Bank & Trust Co.


F. E 3rawner,
Ol ver Jernagan, .',..
Geo. L. LapploigtOn,
Lep Mayer,
T. A. Jenningws

Capital, mooo
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VcO-Prosldont and Gaoolu

M. L. Roch,
Thoe. F. Weot.
W. L.. Meyer,
J. t. tLShmaker,
Carl H. Jernagan

J. R. Jenmingsl
W. C. D-ewbory.
J. H. Pace,
J. A. WrIght.


A Dollar Saved
Is a Dollar Made .
and we pay you for savinu-Interest on
all deposits. Begin with a dollar, and
add to it weekly or monthly. Arrange fit
your vacation trip next year in this way,
and you will hardly miss the small
amounts. In case of need you have
money in the bank subject to your order *
at any time. Come in. and we'll talk It

De~gna6 epository -of the 'United- Stotm.'
Clam. W z. 14NO. I AL Cark. in*. pt~w4. J. W. AeI
Prel~~t Y~e-'ws.& Gammoa. A. LCombler. A. a hi..


A G~8seral Satia Sal Conmiints an a SaI

ILM.ILmuveu. Cashie.


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The Peoples -Nationa1 Baniik of


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