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 20, 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: VID01245
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
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~j~ght, mouth winds.







it Jemons were sumittee as samples by
Roosev t JUSt L Ke AU SS the California fruit growers. Several TO BUILD GREAT STADIUM.
Y 'of the members of the committee dis-
Scovered before the session began this New Haven, Conn.. Nov. 19.-Inabil-
Says an Italian H istorianng that California fruit makes tes to seat man of theundergradu-
goo*breakfast food. rates who wish t see the'Yale-Har-
SoyVard football game on Saturday has
By A catd P a i os yor MRS. ROOT INHERITS PORTUNE. resulted in the renewal of the agita-
y a tag o ret'w o your reside t's writ-. tion for the building of an inmenwe
Bostm Nov. 19-Golem rr M t q questions of divorce and New York, Nov. 19--Mr. Elia concrete stadium or amphitheatre h*e.
the Italian historian who is to hegit race sucde. I threw the book down Root. wife of the secretary ofat state, It is suggested taat a graduate corpo-
his y at the Law*eSlIue OMgsa ar esfn 'J ust Uke Avustus., jeomes into the poseeesion of a for- ration be organized to back the pre.
ooisht,"laIred in an atervf w Abu 'Au .stN-. whom splendid reigntune estimated at from $25,000 to posal, and to start a concrete stadium
Theodore Rlosevelt remhindsa hse ovfevre the period from 27 B. C. to 47, $500,000. through the death of her fund. While the Yale stand at pres-
Emperor Augustus DraVnag the p r- A. Df expressed precisely the same mother, Mrs. Ealem H. Wales, whose ent seats only 32.000. there were ap-
Illet he said'. vtws as your president, and nl pre- will has just been filed at Riverhead. proximately 60.000 applications for
- i i, aaa I was dly hi am a liuage." L. L tScets.



By Aaseclasa PUas.
Kansas City, Nov. 19.-Dr. Nicholas
Murray Butler, president of Columbia
university, speaking here tnoight at
the annual dinner of thWlKansasCity
Commercial club, declared that the
great questions of banking and cur-

rency and regulation of the transport-
ation systems and trusts are not prop-
erly the matter for partisan ,exploit-
ation or for party differences. These
questions, he said. are not to be aolv-
ed by rhetoric or in passion, but only
by intelligent, solicitous study and re-



By Ameeceaed fess.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 19.-The big
deal between the Afherican Tobacco
Company and the Burley Tobacco So-
ciety for the 1906 and ,part of the 1907
crops of tobacco, which had been hang-
ing fire for several weeks, was closed
here today .and the price agreed on
in the transaction is said to be the
largest of the kind ever put througiL,
its average being 201-2 cents for the
1906 crop and 17 cents per pomd for
the 1907-product.
The deal Involves nearly 80,00,000

Je. c **** National Soor Indus-
uit iMn .tj i.* Thanksgiving Proclamation trial Educ amion. ed
*WC InAtla4 trday.
S-* State of Florida *
S. Executive Department -
'VlCJ E IC t| M WHEREAS, There has been handed down to us by our fathers a ELMER E. tOWN
S-b utltul custom of setting aside one day in each year for praise and -
S* thanksgiving to Almighty God for His many blessings; and DELI9 SPEECH
-4- e T y v e t t enWHEREAS, The present of the United States of America has 0 L VD SE H
*p.p e ,el . i d 'lTharsday, November the twenty-sixth, nineteen hundred
M of _jji, ^4 Wif ^^ efigt1 as asuh day;
M fI Jti'.94 .NOW THEJFORE, I, Napoleon B. Broward, governor of the At Banquet 7 Night He
S1 bI -state cf Florida, do hereby proclaim said day to be a day of praise 0
and thakasgiving, and call jipon all people of the state to appropriate- Said Along In-
l ey obberre It as such. 9
T.. -a o : -u. T. e Te *eop)e of Florida have -been peculiarly fortunate during the U lan Essen--
uL actlp of Stfti' t Iast twelve months. While we hbae been affected In some measure tial Fa t* National
by the financial depression which has pr. failed thrcuhiut the cou- "
dmd Oit thg Tr- t. ty. there have not been in our midst any great numbers of unem- POsperitV Urged a
A plyed. The vast resources of the state have furnished employment 9-^ *_
-. to all who wished to work, and many thousands of our people have Closer
tofled happily in garnering the wi'th to foreat, field, mine and #, receiving for their toll a v age suflcient to support them- Sw MOVCrhn A ilt Cth
.*e or i a # selves an d their oyed ones. N. apestler.ce has come into our bor- Schools. o T
New Y -ork ".'. 1.-With the tell- ers; no calaraity has befallen us. The seed-time has been pro-
a o theory I t rat score of ~i s; the seasons have been favorable; and our harvest has been D
yewsar t o -tnt DTlopBnt ofe bountiful. 0 By *YA- t C 5.nt
S. As the year oraws to a close, there are many indications that Atlanta, Ga. No, 9.-_ t signili-
the -StanedM on the bt business depression which his prevailed for more than twelve # chance to the entire a is the second
an a ouths is at an end and on all sides we see renewed industrial ac- annual convention of te National So-
dent en t teeMd 4 anb ttei direct ivity. % city for the Promaot ai of Industrial
enw stiew tI& the ueumi tatt to, di- 0 For all these things, End or the manr other blessings which the 4 Education, which beau here tonight
solve t i ,4taaar On comar y was AD-Wise Faber has suited unito each of us, let us he thankful and with a banquet at te Hotel Piedmont.
brou it o au zew CIO'" t f le.t us also beseech a continuation of His mercies. I recommend that Industrial educt- for tie South,
S* n this day the people case from their tabors, and that, gathering more factor es, morkelaborand
on t0--"alte W "- In their chreb es and homes, they mak- it a day of praise and glad- l f conse se m- le labow o d-
# ea wat, a .aM Sb he u-. o u-
sm 1a 4 Ct s m Let I bitterness be forgotea; all sorrow and disappoint- ers.mwas the kertria olf md .
tp o etree^~~t .iS? 1 mests left, with the other Jead things ot a dead past. Let us turn m n ight n se s ateial ant
an*. sater dentIfyng the 1i 6 o to the future with ol its roseate promise. and prepare our hearts* md orState can from the Im -
Sdo an ds V ftar the abundant bles-ngs which God i surely bestow provement of itreducation
es -taoedt nt* a. amr y p n tlhoe swho honor Him. sr s oeme u aloI into sharpt
b idiset ea G OHtentnder my band and the great real of the State of Florida, llse witf inOterest along
l -'at Tallahassee, the capital,this the twelfth day of November, in the r# line O as Ih of Er eao
e U--ftlI this line was ch of Elmer
Vwow- t ot a ow Lord one thousand nine hundred and eight, aad of the 0 Ellsworth Brow States Com-
hi g i Whm9 t edence ortthe United States the one hundred and. thirty-third 0 missioner of sEd
by X.lgaa, N. B. BROWARD, A ClCe.
sth "l $$"sot By tie Governor.-Attest: Governor. h Discussing I education as
2Wsd tIL mm .H B t. r CLAY CRAWORD. u an essential fta our national
uml or 4t0e tl.* let b t e Secretary of State. prosperity Mr. a urged upon the
te isht tat t he am ias tory C e f convention the iy of maintain-
compa frte ine trot *9al9*tr'ust, a* c l*os t his m I 9 b 9o e in a close all w een the new
1i8fts to be. tM -ieth e wt t ( movement and i system of
sy Joh aD. Art'bl 0.ovi. eWft public schools ai tablished.
tibb ys, Mrte t iis ii TTri d in Bo en'"hsd unifying
t t l exerted within te ers by
tS Ithe,2 .2m it' 0 in uili ieLL idustrialnai and th I of art
WA-Ii ie or f. 0 j amel 1r n -COM M TE E m las it was to be i ra tn eral
Isthat part he con-
tinned, "wbke *31,0on
the eeetl 1 1and

Taking as the 1 o r us argu-
nd- .7wr.eil- I l lU I I i LD e T pr- ho eps t mentthe fact gene-a iwber ofl
Si eons in oihisd s thai- who
FOOD have had 10eyty on
_thin Lae i t h
the market 7.
-Wrolt, .J <- .. spend aot only at.h W uaics -do
The Federal and State Au- Hioue Ways and Means for modem appliances of ccmert and
4Lt Wifn Not t sAie, kn-own cUteca TpIy U conveniences but also to a growing de-
SW l Not Allow ittee as Taken Up maud for exceece of finish and de-
S. Shi ent of Cattle From Subject of Tariff cheu design. "The commercial advantage
te f America Will B the Yids Until a Further on Agricultural Products. esd"withthe natio that can make
Named By Him- Inves ltwjun is Made. Many Persons Apjiaic4. 'skill with beauty of design and work-
i manship.r
SIndustrial training alone. he said,<
y u.8&*sww S M e A..-GtaB yr by Ass ted i^em would utterly fall to give us that great
Wshg lt Bufflo, N. Y. Nov. 19.-For te Washngton, Nov. 19-When the amy of producers in the field of the
of the am l 111rat time in their history, the East hearing before the house ways and needed to supply demands that al-
oft Ae Ca.ate Buffalo stockyards are under the ban means committee on the tariff ached- ready have begun to appear unless
hel h t Cth eity oiv af a quarantine because two carloads ule for agricultural products and pr- cared forward in the full swrep of
oafes, to battle whinlv had been delivered in oour great systems of schoclinl for in-I
o eWestern Pesylvata. which were Visions was resumed today appeared telligence, character and citizenship.
submitted to the popeS,. f whi e hfemni to be Infected with a foot and t it it would be necessary to extend He admitted that there was an tin-
will select a successor to the Right auth disease, were traced back to the days session into the night. operative need for technical schools,
ev. Bishop O'o ll a rector of Ba. Tullo Larringa, resident commissibn- though their value and their success
the -University. in Fnebruary -t 'l e t federal and state ruCaorities er from Porto Rico. represents the in could be measured by the extent of
he O'Connell will ele ave placed a ban on this market Lrests of that island before the coui their connection with tie general
Bishop O'Connel win aave 0omplot" pending a general -elean-up" of the mittee. He spoke principally with re- I movement of public education.
his six-year ter as.rector. Cardinal yard sand a fd rather investigation. of guard to coffee, but olives and rice! "I am confident they will not fail
Gibbons, as pretldet of the be rd, the outbreak of the disease so much were the principal articles discussed in the end." he said in conclusion,
presided at the meeting. iOter trUas drered by the stockmen. today. "but they will win their success by
tees present wnt w Acibishop Pelley, n The Louisiana rice industry was; bringing over into their new and 'dif-
of Now York.a yba. hg Phaelph t, w well represented before the commit- ficelt work of special training a full
and Moeller of 0e0theni00 B shops *9909999th e. .. e tee. The paragraph of the preset measure of that general intelligence t
sea. of Coviagto. Ky., Polay of Do- tariff law imposing a duty of one and insight and strength of ideals
Trolt. Hark*a oC Piovitece, and To Mal Known fourth of a cent per pound upon r: ice. whici had made th3 public schools
O'Connell of this dty. Maoutigor La- r -our and meal which will pass through' and the public school teachers of our
velle of New Yor m ene Ph of tors ; a sieve, known commercially as No. land so true a source of national pride
New York ad R d Kera otf c '12 wire seive, having caused some and power."
at LouAs.N W -2,%T Nov 1 !Th contention because it is claimed that
Bishop O'Connell. In his aseal re*. catapaiN n fYnd of $,-50the0 9 sieves of varying size are know. a-
port p called special atnentuao to the oSbuS tnd oefad l R00 "No. 12." It is proo;sedl to em"",] 11.T
offer of the Ksighei of Colatbt M to p*ublicantb ommdtote ioll be- the present law so that the sicvie will | n I3
raise $i600000 as an endowsneat ftuad* shown when the list of contri be p-estribed C te secre..ry *A Fhe OR
and to that of the Ancient Or4er of 9 utors Is Died at Albany next treasure.
Hibernians to the various Moeday according to the New 9 Rice culture was begun i this cou- C
states of the union achelarahipa at York EvnisgPoat try over 200 years ago in Souti C.nro P
tie university for children of maem- lIna. In Louisiana, prior to th ber oftheorder. *99* 9 4s** 9 9** wai. the annual rice oa;,.ut rse-agod a

Ship D *ported From M obile a i'he leaning ^d Hi ne General A.Ml.tat ^er lofighting

Mobile, Ala., Nov. Ag mis- authorities and today werm deported. inPO a o m ident Maben. General Manager .Ion
treatment as a reason tor their de- James. it was said, would be sent of which 20me from Ja,0n and th and Attorney J. B. Tillman of the
erting the Reusian fakr Walthi a, to South Aoricaf whl Jfckson's des- Chi chse efiroa. company, have been in me city to I
wtu5 R ussian aKK waUtiKat, ton wSout A Liverroola Ehlland, Tshe ase emi e. -co work out the details. Two hundred
Fred James and RIchard Jac ti toonh would bi Lnwayiof e'Ynglat The ways m yin coitee- and fifty convicts are worked at the
Greeks and members of the e~w of both gon ebsa of Ne ork Ct priotate room :Lljosaiug the eommnitl(et mines, with contingent a-rement for
the vessel, were takes> ta custody the Waltithka. room is assuming .ia ap: trn'^e t ce hundred more. It will likely take
te vessel, wee Cte Ka. an exhibition hall. Several crates of several days to work out the various
oranges, and a case of portions of the new contract.

Amendments and


pounds of tobacco held in pool by the
Burley Tobacco Society, and the out-
lay is something like $14,000.000 on
the part of the American Tobacco Co-
The -sale of the pooled crop, it is be-
lieved, will put an end to* the night
riding in central and eastern Kentucky
as it is thought with these crops out
of the way, practically all the growers
will raise tobacco next year. The
sale had nothing to do *ith the crops
in the "dark" district or the western
portion of Kentucky and northern Ten-




Aeronaut CompclevW to Re-
main in Air All Night on
Account of Forest PFire.
Was Up For About 24

Theke Are Many Poor Fami.
lies in the City 'to Be
Provided For.


After December 1, Money,
Toys, Clothing or Any,
thing Useful Will Be Glad<
ly Received-Distribution
Will Be Made to Only
the Worthy by Adjutant
GCiumshaw of the Salvation

The poor of Pensacola, especially
the children, who are looking forward
to Christmas it the hope that it will
bring to them that happiness and
cheer for which it is wanted, are tt
be cared for this year, provided thq
charitably inclined of Pensacola re.
spond to The Journal's appeal for do
natkolm of money, clothing, toys or
anything that is useful or which thea
youngsters will enjoy as a Christmas
gift. There are many poor people in
Pensacola today for whom the pros.
pects for a Christmas dinner are not
very bright; let alone uratishing their
children with those little gifts brought
by Santa Claw, and whbih are so dear
to the hearts of the little ones.
While The Journal will not, at tho
present time, receive these donations.
it wishes to announce that commenc-
ing with the morning of December 1,
It will be pleased to receive nad ac-
knowledge donations of money, cloth-
ing, toys or such other articles as the
chariMtbly inclined of Pensacola will
donate, and it believes that thboe do-
nations will be liberal.
Adjutant Grimnhaw, of the Sal".
tos Army,. has consented to take thb
matter of distribution in hand. and .
he. with his assistants, will see that
the' gts are bestowed upon the wor-
pnal Careful investigation will
JL -. a- A__ &-- to _

I - kc that f -al -. '' d*s
special to The JournaL p tAe*itaua.VJ"
Tallahassee, NoL. It.-Retu s of Clayton, 't..oWr. 01.0-0The 10- .d
the general election have bee ra- "Yankee"'~ d4ended in thEi cyscheer. n
ceived here from all 4countles of the Iday about., ten miles soothwest at
state, and tabulated. They reveal here. Aeronaut A. D. Lambert said -! a Ame Ma&a. ,
that all three of the .onstltutionai he left St. Louis shortly after the moom Wlhle The Journal ias codu tei
amendments were defeated; but the hour ye -ateay uad creoed maos at haven "ver been more vously, lt
vote was very close, only a few hs-- an altitude oat 2500 eet. He said he than, those tpon which the Mr Wk
dred being the majority against the remained in the air af naght on _ae- Is e~arl ed g based. Ar
amendments in each instane.. count of forest fires. The smoke have ben made to aa' I 6
bothered him a good deal ad at times r y deserving poor. and A t
The following is the vote for all he could not see the earth. The hal- Grlmsfaw who has enved mnuaI
states offices and the amendments:. loon was uninjured and Lambert re- years of armv experience. ea dkObe
For governor-John M. Cheney. re- turned with It to St. Louis today. trusted with this work. Arrage.
publican, 6,453; Albert W. Gilchrist,s ave Iso been mde forr
democrat, 33,036; A. J. Pettigrew, so. NAVAL ARCHITECT.eiving and storing the artles til
cialist, 2,427. New York, Nov. 19 --In fte assem-, they are EnallY turned over to the
For opuc trollcar.. D. rSkipper, ebly room of the Engineering Soct- army, and the entire work willbe
crat, 30,293; C. Mtin, socialist, 1977 ties' building, the slxteeath annual among the most systematie A
crat, 30,293; C. Mitin, socialist, 1.977. general meeting of the Society of Na, t h pieces of local charity wwri
For secretary of state-John F. val Architects and Marine Engineers to occur this season.
Horr, republican. 5,672; H. Clay Craw- was opened this morning. The se s-
ford, democrat, 30,445; A. C. Sill, so sions will close with a banquet tomor- Much porunity.
cialist, 2.183. row eveni While Pensacola I not absolutely
For attorney general-Fred C. Cubrow etening.e in iry, and I i a r
berly, republican, 5,817; Park M. Tram- markt by saiisetory conditlms wia
mell, democrat, 28,961. regard to the number of local charit-
For treasurer-I. E. Webster, repub- able orgard to the numbs, other of localway a
lican, 5,309: W. V..Knott democrat, Tom Johnson No reble onpprtutys, to Aord e alwaystl
"6,915: A. B. Kimball, socialist, 3,528. holida3?.brightness among the ty
For commissioner of agriculture-J. Longer RiC" Man Rg poor at Xmat-tide. Asorea eSt' o
F. Stunkel, republican, 4,951; B. E. poo r at Xmas-tide. A rea dy onf
McLin, democrat, 26,161; Charles F. Cley a a Nlat c, like ty work is re ject
SiClevelandJ, O., Nov. 19.- which, like Tbe'Journal's proJect, wilt
For supneiderintendent of public instruc- Mayor Tom L. Johnson, for 9 hot be formally launched upon the
For superintendent of publmes, rpc nstrc, years reputed to be a million- # public until after the first of the
tIon--George Wl Holmes, republican* aire several times over, to- month.
i5,S26; William M. Holloway, demo- 0 day announced that his entire #
crat. 28,338; Mrs. S. F. J. Linn, social- fortune has been lost. He says COSTLY INCENDIARY FIRE.
ist. 3952. supreme court-Wllam he will be compelled to give 1p Columbus. Miss., Nov. 19.-Th.
For justices supreme court-WN111iam9 iss home on Euclid avenue, and # soe bf J E t
A. Hocker, democrat, 24,445: Thomas also to dispose of his ft o- store, barn and a gi of J. E. Stewart,
3I. Shackleford, democrat, 23,192; B. biles. wealthy merchant and planter' Ivvi
Bly. republican. 5,252; Fred W. Marsh, He added that a large part near Plckensville, Ala., were dntroy
republican. 5,690. & of his fortune had been spent ed by Are Tesday night. The twere
For railroad commissioner-S. W. in an effort to save the proper- 150 tales of cotti the 91, nd th
Rowley, republican. 4,731; Royal C. ties left by the late Abert Jobh- total lss is between steen d twen-
Dunn, democrat, 28.443; J. Clark osn, his brother. ty thoand dollars with so besur
Beach, socialist, 2,980. aace. The Ire tobelieved to be of
Constitutional amendments-Against In incendiary origin.
I Section 35. Article 5. 6,836; for amend- "
mnent Section 25. Article 5. 6,125;
against Section 16. Article 12. 7.449; Governor Coner C lls Upon
for amendment Section 16, Article 12.
6.917; against Section 9, Article 5, 7,-
440 for amendment Section 9, Article Alabamians to Give Thanks
5, 6,813.
For representative in congress, see- 4
ond congressional district-W. R. 8elar to Tw a Bbshould feel very hankful for the higi
O'Neal. republican, 2,552; Frank i h T ins L should feel very tankful for the high
Clar. democrat. 1.76; A. N. Jack- Montgomery, Ala.. Nov. 19.-In his order of citizenship, which, rising
lrn. socialist, 862: third congressional Thanksgiving procAat Just Is- above disappointment, recognize tho
district-William H. Northup. republi- sued. Governor B. B. Comer takes a sal with the laws of the land." H4
dcan, 1.172: Dannitte H. Mays. demo- philosophic view of the election re- also finds room for gratitude at th.,
crat, 9.314: C. N. Woods, socialist, 402. sults, saving that while the results great education and moral uplift cf
BODY OF WOODALL DISCOVERED. may have been disappointing, "we the year.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 19.-The body
of a young man supposed tobe BrentI Wife May L egaly Search
Woodall, secretary of the University'
of Cincinnati and former newspaper
man of that city, was found in theto
UTzio river at the foot of Thirty-sixth'

street late yesterday. Woodall diap- By Aseciated rPss
peared from his home in Coviagtou, Washington, Nov. 19.-A won
November 1. and only last week a par-. has some rights and they Inclua the.
ty of Cincinnati ,men were in Louis- searching of her husband's pockets ,
ville looklncg for traces of the miss- according to a decisAoa f Judge Mal-
ing man. 'The body answers the de- lowney of the District of Columbia
scription of Woodall sent out by the police court.
Cincinnati police. The clothes bear "It shows the Interest a woman Bli
the mark of a Cincinnati maker, and' in you." (tae court held. "It shows
his linen carries the Initials. -'F. F. that she loves you. A woman who
W.." those of te youn man's father., i does sot so throurk the pockets of er

husband does not love him. Yeou
have been married long seoqgh to
know a woman has some rigita."
The Seaedent, George Idb
was arrested yesterday on h Im
complanit that be threatens "
knock her head off because she 4Il
Ifberttea with Vais pockets while- ,'
slept. *
Ridgeway was put under a boed to
keeu the Dai.

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and the WEEKLY JOUR-

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Cut Glass, China, Gtanite, Tinware, Toys, Etc. Ask Your Neighbors,

V f ta m h I Your Neighbors' Friends ln Regard to Our Sale.
a,-s" weeks" R : ueemrit, I ston of the Pre"s.
y eeater was the recipientat
oW04 ble,.doting *
SB?,y g asse Its, brothers, sisters adM school-

a" .iBl i ill f. Gael basb ad every oppor- I Tl O I
I~.o. ieae f o -ged kid," ore that It would be wise to try to I
ali rna e n ia..l President Roosevelt Sug-et into the closest possible touch
hs lMinn1s; ,0Ws"y. Is o e great adsmired by ,all t with the farmers of the country and to
Ssad Yi N i t Aleader The One-Yea guests That they Hold Ses-ind out from them, so far as ou re Thiss d r that, so r Henry Kash
S:s as The One-Yearad sties, Three Per version Prior to December 5, e, ta aen t ble, a gener stmary orthe a .
a_ s-s i u t, .n 3o L CentWICe e tosandingnodis-i-. the subjects with -which it Is most im t eo. t discusso i all te gausted atdw
w I s ti betWee. the children of the ase to and Discuss Qpestins ortant that you should deal. This meet laces be r tly t t as the Me
Stwf TO SiS .in5 p. you are already doing by sending buT Its office n Washington, so that it may time of meeting
s iast er .Ke tx oriSs about the "chip of the old Bear Interest. Which the. Co lw ssion i a circular of questions and by holding have the benefit of all suggestions in from 3 m.t
Sto ash Quentia Roosevelt, are always Now Studying meetings in different parts of the pep g po e
;- UA &t orei. .He I s lively lad, and U o uyi. united states. But perhaps some- Very respectfull, ret ill be ml
SM-- t__- ke% the family gn sing. The other to Tee .suma. ---, thing more c4n be done. L BAS, he s e
* -* ar-i. t l- bI hene home from school wft WAshington, Nov. 19.-i accord- I accordingly suggest that you ask COairman. Among the v
"eil eLhes*. an Oa shak ve jr hs ahoukler, and In. dance with the announcement of Sec- Washington, Nov. 19.-At the sug- the farmers to come together in the Sunday were .
W. h..h -~- ts a- whlalWisupWed out of the sack. ent. treasury certificates will mature Country Life Comission has asked so that they may meet and consider. _Ue bli h h o
t ped, and somewhat and cease tobear interest tomorrow. thefarmers ofthe cstry to meet in these matters. I suggest the school 13 amhool
:AogmSeae. a- er youngest hopet-W National banks desiring to main- districts because the school house '
gm*aA-4 ._ ilL .to whWt kaO t -a circus he was treat- taln their circulation secured by these their respective communities some would be the natural and proper place
lu gM tho n, iBM.e the president and certificates must furnish other Unit- time before Saorday. December 5, to for sIch a meeting; or they could I
IMth lR id. The touet~h'I was a ed States bo not lter thatomor- discuss the que ich the com-1 meet at other customary or conven- l
ame, -IN 0 a foot long. row. National banks may retire thieir mission is studyipg to indicated ent places. It would be well if the
S' he_ a ty, Just." yelled circulation by authorizilg the redemp. their own ideas o the meetings could be held wit.i, the next F ALLAE H
4 about hs tion of the certicatesnd the appl- important subjects for the comms- three or four weeks; that is, before
elk- .. .. an old colored ,ot cation of so much of the proceeds as slon to consider. congress adjourns prior to the Christ Il I
SVP .f-r the schomaoldco. She's be necessary to the retirement of In a letter to the members of the, s o that at the time o1 .
Based ther Country Life Com mon the resi- the reassembling of congress early n allahassee, Nov. 19.--An t HF I
Waf t&am.... a- ."-, L t 10t finishedI lgh- It s understood that t" is action dent says the farxe' sho i feel "a January you will have the reports of fin, ad imp,-,f e svc was hai
--- .. .. : t- o ssevelt ad suggesteI does not involve any immediate eall sense of ownership In the commis- the ipeetings and so will be in position last Sunday afternoon at the city
g le~ H plf0T -na pigship, the preoneational banks for the return to sion," and that he believes that the to advise definitely what should be cemetery, the occasion being the -
f m hP the presienitthe treasury of any part of their pres- commission should get Into the Closest done. I suggest that you ask the to veiling he ome rte y

-- ;e r" w t tes n ancyo ur ny, ug thofholding the er 5thand you will of course use t deceased member, Mr. byEven t
i00 8 .1 to *wo-- Ia fair price many of the banks now having trenl -u- meeting before congress adjourns your o n judgment whetyou h tue eo of there aeJer .
P--4.4y.f 4 sucAking i" r o we rtes on deposit t o secure c. rior to the Christmas holidays, mon te meeting by circular or other- Rev. Ira S. Patterson paid a ttng
9-0 ... --'tri "& Iebillo _farn for a White culation will retire so much of their that at the time congress re-assembles, wise. tribute to the dead in a few singularly _OO e
.- Dlaler ea- sUMP was d~i t t ed to that extent w ill relieveon as s thuse secretary from this early in January, the commission may Throughout this letter where I use appropriate remarks, and at the end
y f t la msoonled to theater xtent will reliety of paying ou scrtary from the nsae reports of ting In hand the word "farmers" I mean also to in- of the beautiful service held according
Sa e-Ol ta. a o nadanother it yet pig- ee sum of money a this tnsider- and may be toadvise deft- clude all those who Uve in the open to the ritual of the order, a choir, com- The comet of
s ,, i .. ai nicelyy what .. l doe,." cou-try- and are intimately connected posed of members of the various visible to the a
.l f.-6, e.t Tlo y'P7 K .H MAD IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. ---e- m President Roos wi th those who do the farm work- church choirs, sang several hymns. ern heavens f
: PA 0 N s guaran teedto velt adds two m to the comn- ministers, school teachers, -physicians,, Mr. Spears wa a valued cities of dark t"ese Nov
m ag-1M S guarat g Bleed- o- he 4Iptb *lteraHt et htry pIap in sust, al Tallahassee, one whose os has been exchange. Unl
ue n to 14 1a one m Ier he wert- men and women whose life work i deeply felt in the c nlty, and It cted it with
..l reSiale~. l Mmr. -Charles S. -ittet of Union c.dity, done either on the (arm or in connec- is flting that his memory should be glass, however.
i ; .... .. Ga., and Mr.W~li A. Beard, of Sac tion with the life work of those who thus preserved in the tlnds of his tel. It with the una
.... y;l f l AMI 1 ramentoe, Cal. " are on the farm. low townsmen. a glass it appe
I, ^ilCaim n, l i tNIJll, LH. ^ Some Topi cs.I wteo_
.... i111tg hIllm NL IinU l U.llli~ m T L... de'n t You know better than I what top-li Gilchrist isa member of their order, m
-. -.T.White Hoe, Washington, No- YOu 'will suggest. How would it do to the Elks of Tallahassee are taking spe- o'clock
%4o -"*-W,1W IwMA N i neW vember 9, 1908. Include such topics as: cial interest in the preparations now e t h in the eo
. My dear Professor Bailey: The efficiency of the rural alchoos. begun for a brilliant in ra lebra- som thrt de
m -.>'. El' n n Mn n T tenant Blows Ta1Odlord's wih at the outset cordiasy to Farmers' organizations. tion. The Elks here havet on,ther era l n. T
E'i- mNM W m UIIIH .. U_ thank you for the way in which you The question of farm labor. roll of membership a governor ad ltair, the rst
,, I UEHead Off' and Then have taken hold of the work you are The need of good roads. two e governor. ad are now look-nti,
-IS" .,iWIlllj .-., doing. No more valuable work for the Improved postal facilities. ing forward to having Altatr hi tme b
*" ms Mgi-e0- 'doll n ; W Surrenders. -people of this country can be done, be- Sanitary conditions on the farm. governor as well. two lese.r star
Motion in session in cause no more valuable work for the Your purpose is neither to investi- The Elite Bridge Club, of Monroe oa about
a -- - farmers of this country can be don. gate the farmer, nor to inquire into street, was delightfuly entertained bY nearly halfway
SmItg1ry- ".,Now of course the whole success of technical methods of farming. You Mrs. M. Brevard on uday evening, the selth. It
Addressed Calhoun, La, Nov. 19.-Ben s Brake- the work depends upon the attitude of are simply trying to ascertain what the 16th inst. Ms. B. Caster won at 7 o'lock. D
b- 1. fields hot an, Lanstntly killed John the people lathe open country, of the are the general economic, social, edu- the first prize and Mrs. A. L. Bond w ad north
S. by Enos Mills. mile north of here yesterday farming people of the United States. national, and sanitary conditions of the second. In ftwre the club wlI rast stm seen
Ie me iy. raeield was a rent northofere on Lowry If they feel an awakening interest in the open country, and what, if any, meet every Tuesday morning. lo together,
.ee_ Q -M5_ W. ol a aye. -'plBrakefleld was a rent f or Lowry to wrys hat you are doing, they should maniu- th the farmers themselves can do Mrs. Brea served the most dangled t
-'--- "hi-s_ *1.. lace an sent or Lowry to cometo fest It. Moreover, it is essential that to help themselves. and how the gov. rightful refreshments, oysters on the smaller star at
.-- A .. LUI.41iW __ ]Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 19.-Na:ur a settlement A iheunderstanding the farmers, the men who actually live qrnment can help them. To this end half shell, oysters stewed, friend and tet, or belo
-.. sib te ladles and visitors present on took place between them and Lowry on the' soil, should feel a sense of your especial desire is to get in toucn oa i. Imm.. .ately nor
Op,,, ..... of the annual session of Le was shot twice In the back with a owixerehip In this commission, sho-l- with and represent the farmers them- J. H. oe the bln young of this sal
Alabama Federation of Women's sotgun at cose range. A rd d feel that you gentlemen In very truth selves e commission now consists aed t e y r to the
Chi.a, were mostly interested in the shot off the top of Jis head Brake- represent them and are responsive to of five members. I shall ask two published in. Tallaassee by Mr. towards the s.
-t-of the Wedne-day night meeting. in the pari h jail. Both p parties are i mfollows:e hnee a crda u n o u he
mm.St~ tia3?VS r m lrIat irtess. t Ten S trit of the n well nw In this vicinity. r Prof. H. Bailey, New Yorktte Morning News. Mr. be ree e

or. ^ and Miss Cecil Davis were portion Mr. Henry Wallace, Wallace's Farm- r successful future wherever he uiay (h
filwlr- O lat As an after favor there was a reciaa Because the poisonous drug in coffee er. Des Moines, Iowa.
NMan i l Telel- a tion by Mrs. Leon Well. r Cople in te does not "kill right out." n any per- Kenyon L. Butterfield, president Mas- The many warm friends of Mr. W
Sm t "troducing Mr. Mille, John e. k sons do not think there is any poison sachausetts Agricultural College, Am- ls M. iBall, the edto -_ th e Time w l
SX-0 estry-- 1 lon, recited so -ewhat of PubliC Eye uI there s. Caffeine, the drug n Gifford Pinchot, U. S. Forest Serv- onions. o
the eEfbrts of Alatma along this line coffee, causes undue action of the Ice, Washington, D. C. Ball, of Tallahassee, inw h i shp e A foh that h
Sfor the esst year, showing that as a heart which results in palpitation and Walter H. Page, of North Carolina, Mrs. Ball has been timelyly ll but h far
A aimsW1f result of the agitation and work of Governor Hughes, of New York, weakness. These often cause chronic editor of the World's Work. i now c aleent, r. Bll a
GrV ymbo-4 fc f y. ~certain Alabama lfnuemces, not the spent $309.65 on his campaign for re- heart trouble which may shorten life. Charles S. Barrett, Union City, Ga., pects to return to his 10te In a W ed
least ot which eM the ladles, a state election, mostly for traveling expense, "Palpitation, nervousness, insomnia and Wlliam A. Beard, Sacramento, days. ... .
'_ Z 511L US** a lllaw none had been put on while Frederick G. Thomas, the so- and other coffee symptoms, are the Cal. The people of Tallaadee are l S as
Sthe statute books and was being en- clalist candidate for congress in the danger signals nature throws out to Again thanking you, and with all lug forward with mn pleasure t the g r.w Ia-
or0ed4 to the practical protection ot twenty-sixth New York district, ex- the coffee drinker. good wishes for your success in this coming of the Ca(9il$ India be a
I. tlw forests aW the young trees. Mr. ended but one cent, the same being "While yet an thInfant on my moth- great and important work, believe me. next Monday nigh- i ha d is the A
Wanllae, who is gnnUe and fsh com- used to buy a postage stamp to send her's knee," writes a Penna. lady, "she Very sincerely yours, PL y here under the a es .- ad s
iE -' M l ,ie amlwsir -dm ai4ta how it Is poe a copy of the Socialist platform to a gave me .sips of coffee. As I grew THEODORE ROOSEVELT. lyceunm course wc~,hm. beeu p.- w-it a3
S-- 1 '5 Ib to edtorce the state law by prohibitionist. older, my appetite for coffee was In- Prof. L. H. Bailey, Chairman, traced for too give ee : O f ave-. he atlla. dia"
T-Tnn... .. ...a g-ame warens wndo e 0 n en. s Tmt I"W die d n tentoy a meao Commisaion on Country Life, New tertaynments Eurng. ,ao

ernujayK. W* ar e My IaIun omedi rA as'unogic arChairman Bailey replued s- in- ts as. a rei a
--bi niu sclbat he bitha y. T o t ""Bcyhdt nmI sleepToe Chaiwhanos Reply. PtrNIe fYostr Nov eIN e 1FOTl athe rs-a i

e 4 'fh a se ant in the for on accnt of palptation of eComm issio90n o Country Life, No- here are busil gaged in a sting sN
W't ~. hhIIi~h Il 1g to NeWt _.w for revoluaise. "I .. induced to stop co-ee, but as S ir: Cm .soon... their cane I'nto .yru ., ha. ,m
plant, -. -^"^lme th soon as I was et I o ai The Commission on Country Life is The many frictas OAA. C. DiWmin Her dailyy esm
I Obinw- Plct '' t ,h t 1 a .L. sir Henry Hamlton the African tamper with danger by going back to much gratified that its efforts nave and Miss Lena Webbb wil be Inter*t w- never Ie-
plant; -$P 6 ... Is i I ttAthen toa explorer, who has been giving Presi- it. After several such experiences, I met with your approval. The public ed to know that they were inmite t.n streim k0g eut
'R. m PeS--wa e et b u i dn thee. iw dent Roosevelt some pointers on trav- tried Pot-em. interest in the subject seems to be marriage in Pensacola )ovemter 9th. to the d of he
_auy. aI eling and 'hunting big game In the "At frst I did not like it. But I widespread and to be constantly Mr. and Mrs. Diamead spoet the 'week kuwy It t
SWntaaor- B ni r com-i t, aIn th N aides. 'where L"Dark Continent," said tha other day soon found by following directions on growing, as the purpose of the work in Bagdad. returniag tPea saeola S It-
yany. t per C. 5i i S f a id that he* Brmly believed that the pres- pkg. that it was easy to make good becomes known. Discussion of the in- urday. They were oat vistittg among -
S A e H---- door tca- two bab d Eibth, ident wM add the title of "explorer"- Postum an.! I now sit down to my quiry that the commission is making, their old friends a Pine Forest S a
t ery. w L .. were ma t W + tvye Saamtose to his name before he emerged from meals with a cup of rich golden brewa among the people themselves, is the day. .r
SViets. *> lhad been as a C(ristian the jungle in 1910. Postun by my plate and it makes the best sneans of arriving at a clear un- Many attended the services aft the
R istoab -Cohe flat. center. ay F a? the many thosan ,meal a feast fit for a king. derstandiag of what the Country Life Baptist church Sunday. The three 7aw ae e^u
SKicmaned-ufa25, land company .wa .follo wtou. ... ed "Best o all. while I enjoy my feast, problems really are. The commission meetings were yco.dcted by Z u__._
$10. Manufatrn o a. 10- T e f oanyat O m 0- Tas e nitor. wwo toawean-ct a "peht ke hs g- my health improves steadily. My aels- gladly welcomes your suggestion that Rice, of Pensaola, I were mch ''
0 00'.la^ company:; 60.-g n.a "What..P t treI l r owow. dema. at1 and- spknew I r,- ter. who eed to have spells of acute aall country people come together to enjoyed by all. .__te _I--
S tu1 9 any; Pe ratat Mr na he anitor. "ore heat.* "dropped t to. -_" Pr-eso_ -a- faidesatien from coffee, now eaniors comider these great questions, and B. A. Davis. of Peava who bas ide

rylna ut, ~No." ~Mdsoe the tenant of the latestatown e KM real comfort from Poest, which we hereby requests all persons who are been msuperi.,teeltat te Plne Forest
S* M abeIr S5-WWe. ek qe. "But I wat thee loud. tt, smoker. Bat MuMew awt all have three ties a day." -ThereW specially interested in the welfare of union Sunday ach me about bir, Sa--
ab n c r. mwaceye waemw."-hebme.aS ge..smtatMr.ea bon .-n &-to ut a t Reso." the oen country to meet in their teen yea, has ta to the school --U _._
u uu s Iair aa Mi Na.a giveu &y Postom Co, Battle usual EatherNing 4ces on or before his restlstcew s H e aT frie-- dor
S iM- ~ Creek. Mich. Read, "The'eoad to December 5 to discuss the subjects here regret that be-s to leave here,
Presmieant Hyde. of Bowdoil col.- WelvtIe," in pkgs. you suggest, or any of the questims for te has served long and faithutay, *
,.leg, is pitching into the "'oaty fair" Ever read t~ above letehr A new on ,which the commission is making taking uA the Sunday school work .Utei
L.a became takirs aa sweaters hav e e appears atime to time. Tle uries here when there wa no other
o Stake it up as a me" a=klg w am gemine, tre, and futt of huan Copies of the questions a ew a t *it re is a Woi
SdSe ^or -eer ejerationa. interest. aarea hr writing to the CoAmissioTwsized school. 1Mr. Daios's resination

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y the school, end Mr.-
wa eppoItated bto 1
rme sobool. wIV be i-
il -e herealfer kiasi
st Sunday school. The
bas aiso beenheage4
2:30 p. m.
ewds of Mr. terested to know that
d to Pine Forest.
Visitors in Pine Forest
[r. and Mrs. A. C. Dia&
B. A. Davis.
e church services at
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erections Where-
he Amateur As-
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1908 Is a faint object,
kled eye In the west-
or three hours after
ember nights, says an
ess the viewer has lI
& field glass or opera
he is not likely to Ead
ilded leye. Even with i
irs as no more them a
phosphorescent llgIt,
ten or fifteen degrees
last night it was lo-
P-tenalton of Aauilla,
agrees above the west-
o find the comet, take*
magnitude star in the
* the startleg point.
right star flanked by
s, forming a btlt, and
forty degrees up, or
from the hoestso to
Is almost exactly wet
irectting the ee 4 wn-
ward from this star th
are small ones, er
and then two erbat t
riangle wit'C a muah
some distance to the
Altalr. The comet isto
rth or at the right bad
star. It is perpudlc-
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in. The small stars
igla are the first stars
iat are visitble to tbdN
Therefore can easily

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**smeafd%"%"%=y4 nd$1.00 1H HOts
S* IBlue and White Rn nTeled HEAVY T
,hii".M s afoltwy &now te soap and TEA KWI-rLES, I I GOBLETS
Wrt =et "ater co. a ol aat
li. ^to.-he t" "e=-a Shal.' a t spoonful' ------,----
,V T. .~je bn' in-of Gold -Dust into your now in the hands of America's Greatest Bargain Givers, G. W. GROVE & CO. And well they may.
ui,=ist .few .ia... dishwater. It produces people know where they can buy cheapest, where their money will go farthest; that is why thousands fill
ll c" i>f ll ll te his deo- = 1

lglM r .s n *,*, d ~ Already it is a record-breaking sale. Everybody is talking about it. Just read the prices, then join the
SeryO drive s t throng in the carnival of economical buying, where '
.AN -... .evey germ and u
,Ch ao = as ity, and

Sd$1.00 IS DOING THE WORK OF $4.00

*' *, itarilv .Toys, Dolls, Tricycles, 50 dozen Decorated Full size Wash Board 75c to $1.50 Baby Wire Egg Bea
trw *-. --- d Clean.- Bicycles, etc., go at Give Plates go at to go at Rings go at, go at
T gnilsntyg Ca Away Prices. 3 cents. 8 cents. 48 cents. 1 cent.
t o te # t #j tgre qq nsst Fa

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Recently Handed
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led our

ters to

$1.00 Bowls and Pitch- $15 Men's Finely Jew- 8 Rogers' Fancy Pat- 25 dozen Cups to go $3 to $5 Solid Gold
ers, go at eled Elgin and Waltham tern Table Spoons and at Cuff Buttons go at
38 cents. go at $7.87. Forks at $4.29 per doz. 2 cents. $1.72 up.

25 cents Fancy Decor- 60c 6-qt Berlin Cover- $15 Ladies' 20-year Steel Table Knives 20 dozen Heavy Nick-
ated China Plates go at ed Sauce Pot go at case Elgin and Waltham and Forks go at el-Plated Spooms go at
5 cents. 23 cents. go at $9.39. 33c per set up. 5 cents. ,

$10 101-piece Dining $5 8-inch Cut Glass No. 2 Lamp Chimneys Ladies' Solid Gold $120 Di'.,.x>n Rings
Set, go at Bowls go at go at Rings go at go at
$4.97. $1.95. 2 cents. $1.23 up. $68.43.

4 lo~eJk O p~ o geTh _e _l__llowg decialow_ were rea-_ ____
derel In the supreme court Tueaday:
-Bulder- s Supply Co. t W. A 15 cents 8-inch Mixing $25 Men's 15-jeweled $2 Light Plate Knives 50 dozen Saucers to go 25 dozen Gla
N t -- b ton, et a&, Dade county, Division A,
"T"0 Brao MU Io June tern 6, opinion rendered by Bowls go at Elgin and Waltham go and Forks go at at go at
A l .-.. Cse Justice sa mekleord.- order ar- 3 cents, at $16.97. 98c per set. 1 cent. 1 cent.
S411111111" State of Florida,. ex reL W. H. El- _____
day M4 jai aa Its, attorney general, relator, vs.
I tesW.... &gl RM Tampa Water Works Oo., responient, .. . ,
tS ot Jude W These Matchless Money-Making Offers Make the Third Day of this Mammoth
_________ 4W_ OW_ th _ob cation overruled. -
GOlobeoldNow" in@. C6,i
a' "' ml "/p. -~"plaintiff, vs. .eo. Lewallen, et aL, de- "
fendants, HIBaborough county, en .
In. -. S,._ baiene., June term. Per curiam. Case vs. James A. Williams, defendant, Britt, appellee, DeSoto county, divis- and introduced Grand Master Abr- aad.boillag ea ~ise t
o A .em. oved. 'DeSoto county; division A. June term. ion A, June term. Judge WhitfleM, nathy, who delivered an address He A Wllia
__MF 4 -Jacksoeville Electric ULiht Co., Judge Cockrell. Order affirmed. Decree affirmed. was followed by Gram1 Reprmsta- --
1 .o M .li plattl vs. August Hellenthal, de- Maud L. Clarke, et al.. appellants, James Mitchum, plaintiff, vs. State tlve Watson. Grand Wrden IrAuem- oetr gentleaen, vw
t 1k I.madant, Duval county, dirision B. vs. Grizelle Hart% appellee. Leon coun- of Florida, defendant, Walton coun- berte and Mrs. Olsen of the -eb aiha ow od yoag p
If rm. a16Mai ", June term. Judge ParkhilL Judg- ty; division B, June term. Judge ty, division A, June term. Judge Sisters in short talks. rs. J. A. McDavi's
Mw n- meant affirmed. Taylor. Decree affirmed. Cockrell. Judgment reversed. New An entertaining program had been, M i
Sdrawa fter tucky & Tiller Co., appellant, vs. William Dallan, et al., appellant% trial ordered. prepared by the WlrrHngto. Odd Pel- ""
-_ -.,". "-- J. N. Miller & Co., appellees, Marion vs. Mary A. P. Sanchez, et al., appel- Eagle Fire Ins. Co. vs. Lewallen & lows, and at its conclation ma excell- pV e i PI. p
vt k lld W ,_-- ad county. Division A, June term: Judge lees, Brevard county, en bane, June Co., Hillsborough county, division B, ent supper was served. Te eeanig e 'joye very 'y
_2- ` I '* -n iy as the CockrelL Orders appealed from af- term. Chief Justice Shackleford. De- June term. Judge Park-ill. Jtidg- closed with a dance. m a O of
firumtv" -- "* 0 Armed. cree reversed. meant affirmed. ThoseI to whom 2-year v ss
warkdluwI r, James M. Chancey, et al., plaintiffs, IL A. Mills, appellant, vs. W. F. jeThosew h
James Chance et al., pla R. A. Mills, appellant, W. A Hair' Breadth cape. Chas. Muterspaugh and Wa- ewels were presented ere e ot, mer
*_____________________ ____________ _Hair's Breadth Escape ,__ __ Blum, John Fell and b. P. Cha. ret i ery iet
'- 1- -' Do you know that every time you anont to anything toe
_ .have a cougt or cold trd let it run on ter Miller Were Delayed N: CHUMUCKLA. .r. A. my euw me
thinking It will just cure Itself you J. Davis ad H.
are inviting pneumonia, consumption on Trip From St. special to Th. nd families ore r
or some other pulmonary trouble? North Chumuckla, Nov. 1.---The beautiful home owed b
Don't risk it. Put your lungs back in Andrews Conecuh Mill Company wi eol o David estate in t~e weso
A Real Live perfect health and stop that cough w .have their new saw mill plant in tow.
A B ea Live BOy with Ballard's Horehound Syrup. action. It is located at te hea The tertalent a
i Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Williams's lake in Scotch Bead. We lat aigt was enjoyed I
Sold and recommended by W. A. Much fear was entertained here yes- need a few more enterpra ete- tle ted. Everyone t
D'AlTmberte. raggist and a"Poecoar, terday for the safety of Chas. Muter3- men like President B. F. Jernian and ad Ust delightUl
SSouth a enpaugh, residing at the cornet of his co any n sectn. Chu- i shd the
0' 0 W S Zarragossa and Cevallos streets, and mickla is rapidly. growing am, wnl vol whih 'was ne.
An All nStar ast shown at Walter Miller, also of this city, who soon be second to no town in the Y. erit Olimet r
S A tar cast shown at left SL Andrews bay Moiray eved- county. days o from an extes
the Modern Shoe Store. ing for Pensacola in a 17-foot fishing F. P. Jernigan. of Pensacola, has Alabao as far north
what's what, w en it comesShoes such as Queen Quality, boat, which was fitted with a two- ceptd a position with the Coec retrng by the way o
hoes as uen Quaty, horsepower gasoline engine. They ar- Mill Company. a verl 5 aatl trip a
i to clothes. Jno. Kelly, J. J. Grover & rived in Pensacola about 9 o'clock William Eanest Gonno, assistant
Sons, .and the famous Just last night, when they explained tne superintendent and general log sealer YOU Will See th
jus cause of their delay. for the above mentioned tr1, was ha thi Pu e M s r1
There are no back numbers Wright Shoes. All styles and They left St. Andrews bay Monday Pensacola Saturday on business.
lrs Opposiite officer evening and when about 12 miles east W. C. and Clyde McDv- made a While making a flg
in our stock. Clors-. OpppOsite OStffce. of East Pass they were compelled to business trip to Pensacol lat week. a alloo
beach the boat Tuesday evening, on John Clarke amd family, of toshee, men paead at one ti
account of strong westerly winds and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, severe snowfall and lat
Suits from $3.00 to $15.00. high seas. They remained at this Mrs. Clarke's parents, in the northern the storm clouds to a
point until Thursday morning, when part of town. feet, whare the sun an
SIthey started for Pensacola arriving It has been a pretty busy time with y b west
Overcoats, $5.00 to $15.00. here last night without accident, the farmers recently, iggg potat the s aged below.
The two men left Pensacola about
two weeks ago for a fishing trip to
Shoes, $1.50 to $3.50. St. Andrews. They did not bring any
SU fish with them when the arrived here
last night.
Underwear 50c to $1.50 DNo accident happened to the men or
the boat on the trip to Pensacola.
per suit. From Outlook Big Crowds
H Caps, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Will Witness the Thanks-
Shirts and waist, 50c, 75c, giving Run.

W 3110.Muh interest is being displayed in
All in the most approved the automobile race to be .pulled off
Thanksigving day, and the prospects
-fashions and great variety. are that there will be a large crowd
-" .out to see the automobiles as they They Entertained Grand
shall finish near Sunset Lake.
We shall be pleased to The interest ad entust'sm is not
.confined alone to the owners of cars. Master Abernathy and
show you and your son. but to all classes., and for this reason
the event is bound to be a success. L c,ia Members.
In the country residents % ill be lined
"up along the roadside to see the cars
as t.ey pass. while it is expected that
nearer to the city large crowds willtThe OddrFellows tof Warington en-
OW atson, Parker ne ars. which ae to enter of th order last night when theon
ma shapeand each promises to make a cmaulcs lodger p ad.He was 'o
ASReese Com pany reor on the 40- mile run. The pade by Gr p. reas e tive a Bt-g Store,
as area in good condition, the nDsby Griad epreseandtve Wat-er
-Everythig tof Wear." have been repaired a n eD r 1 2Grasdprand ae1 P lfo
FndCa sGrad War D'Alem--
stre ngthened sad there is no reason berte and about sixty local members.
Why Pensacola's rst auto race should among whom were thirty members of
not be a big success. the Rebekah Sisters.
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the almdt wrie msebe nAeab vOeOer
tM 1b. Very 7 y wihes tthem
"w aa that self-gover menwt
gr.o. a eocless with there, but i it.
sheoint Uncle Sam is- t at a bu
to taske bold of th4 fios again
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Itor whisper this to uasis eit cora-
"wee. Very lew of. them %at i ido
so, and it I ne atr v ery ewothat
we address aour weeste reaest. The
coaumeus of higea' Omin o oe t eat
wbieh all trath is ion elvd, isetl e-
lyf aeomplete without the say so"W
of the country another do they a
-as a rule, the 40mbament at comm
aem e and they ts& for the lai Pe-i
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Ga ahead at as let hod paerum- who
always vote dowin eve i-,v weitied

recollect this i ses Wm e Af which
Representative -hu eys t MIUae-
sIppi Sq the th "No read costs
the farmer as'unckh ama po06r anS&"

time ir that by "Peter Stheley" zcest-

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to 1W talard he n.will soon b. in
dN" by the *mazineS. Peter is a
rt,-V product now working on the
G0euE Blevator, and we congratu-
19 him OR his success as a short
st0ry writer. In this age of our liter-
el SO short stort writer has the

meae i lsed, the editor of that ea-
celt paper, the Montgomery, Ala.,
J iJal, Is a candidate for re-election
to* t0e 0CCe of shefif of that county,
but quite a number of opponents are
teastbw with bhi for the honor.
.acql1: sto "much of aman" anywhere
lS sat hi&s and it we had any pull
i ts p remiaes It Would be all in his

Mrs. msR Clemmaus Gould,
wa e iteward Gouhd, has been
*Sk E,0W o per anmna as ali-
-WI. Me asked for $120,000. Let
60 V65 ieien lady comole herself
te fact that what she did get
Is aefil dollrS more than the
6t00El per ahe had to put up with
hre he e ht the umcleOt How. heas been accused U
yO th6 by a hostile press, but
wNO d the Mo'nJomry Advertiser says
t he Is "muiousm to issue another
KR0a&." we thiu that it passe"
eo t of ieitimatet invective.. Any
S a istulan proletariats or
I.w gatai-ttig such a crime as
1- eg or-gnised society,.
SelWia e that a Mr. Roose-
c has Wi that point yet.
5T OUNma warned Florida
Who lose interest in the
S Saher the nominations are
o the primary that there were
some unpleasant surprises
S01lit *1 them this year. They ar-
Ved. orlda Is Bo longer solidly
Eti st she's deaoeratcl enough to
elect the entire state ticket, a major-
Ity In the legislature that makes it
p*%Cally sol, and every county in
the state Is dinocratic in its govern-
m*t .What more could you reason.
ably askt There are unseen causes
working all the time in human affairs
wVblt, e shrewdest wisdom is un-
able to locate and these causes may
sonew or later dissipate the negro
as an lasue that makes us solid and
give us 1two sure-enough parties in the
Soth, but just at present. Florida is
as soiM as a republican majority in
*The hMnderbund in Tennessee" is
the way the Tampa Tribune speaks of
the political and social feces back of
the slayer of Ed Carmack in that state.
Ar the murderbmud is active in other
4tes as well as Tennessee. It is a
social problem la every community int
the South. There is just one way to
slve it and that It to make the pistol
toter the scorn of every man and wo-
P,. There are times under our -pe-
culiar msoial conditions in this section
whma pistol-toters may be justfled, but
it you will read the daily' press dis-
POebed you will understand that in
naety-nine cases out of a hundred it
In not justifed anld the men who in-
*-e lan it are deliberate law-breal-
er. rumans and bullies, at heart, who
havem t a shadow of excuse for their
lawlessemss. The fearful aggregate of
Southern murders can be justly
chessi to this class.
Probably every newupeper in the
So&th has taken at least one whack at
the Crime of pstoo-toting so prevalent
in this section nd productive of so
m-y and otter worse crimes. Some
ds has been asoo-*plished thereby,
fur the press speaks tor the best senti-
meat of this section on the subject,
but the habit stU prevails to a dis-
atroom extent ant as long as it does
it wi be an Ise fll of mee to

snll-A -al, takes a shot at this
evil which o t to have effect, and
it *epl4 It it'Mloiers a as rule
We Clve to tie modern practice of
r- ---ere ead thereby keep-
iuj with the tread of modern
sggr. The Commercial-Appeal says:
tuMa _9telryMg habit while
this I~gs prevails. When mean

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areal l Mt it Is eowaice, f
A6 times out of a hundred, ad m it
chivalry that pU mts the sbhootuag t
a fellow man; and when the practice
ot-'rrylng a p-ltoa Is tv WLsn k bte-
sMe the carrying aC pail ot poison,
-wbiq men have been tanght by *a
ealiglened pbfie pinto that It U
unnmaly as U is now.genral regard-
ed the reveme, then the pistol-carry-
ing habit willU disappear. It can not
be wiped out by legislation. We bave
stringent statutes now that forbid It.
We have Judges who do their utmt
to enforce those statutes. What is
needed .is a reversal of public feeling
in the matter. -When men come to
loathe the willful wearer of a weapon,
the pistol-toting practice will be gone.
Our chief hope IL this matter is in
the proverb that the continued drop-
ping of water in time wears away the
stone, and so the incessant denuncia-
tion of the press, emphasized by num-
berless murders, will finally enanci-
pate us from the tyranny of a habit
that ravages the land like war.
It is tiresome at this stage of the
game to hear those democratic wise-
acres who can aim with such unerring
accuracy through their hindsights tell
iow we would have won If their coun-
els had prevailed and Johnson of Min-
nesota instead of Bryan had been
nominated. The Montgomery Journal
gets it just right when it says:
Governor Johnson is now posing as
the "Martyr" of the !ast campaign.
His friends are boasting what would
have been done if he had been nomi-
nated. If the democratic party cokuh
not win with Bryan, the idol of the
people, it could not have won with
anybody, nor could, it hive done as
well with Johnson of Minnesota, who
was not known beyond the bounds of
his own state.
The personality of the nominee had
but little to do with the result of the
late election. The majority of the
,people were- doing fairly well under
the policies of the republican party
and they simply voted to let well
enough alone.


NOVRMRMPER 20, 1908.

Gy John 8. Beard.

Since 1860 the Southern states have
been practically eliminated from the
Federal councils and as a Federal fac-
tor, though it is true that from 1861 to
1865 these stats were voluntarily ab-
sent from those coumeils. During the
past half century the Southern states
have had practically no voice in shawp
ing the policies of the Federal govern
ment and have -been the prey of the
other sections. Literally, the South-
ern states have been the tax-producers
and the other sections of the Union
have been the tax consumers.
For half a centfy the SoutheR
states, each recurring four years, have
sent delegates to the Democratic Fed-
eral conventions, and have been treat-
ed by those conventions simply as a
party asset. For half a century the
Southern states have- been giving alh
to the Federal democracy and receiv-
Ing nothing from that democracy. For
half a century the Southern states
have been denied that full and perfect
equality with the other states of th2
Union, which is their constitutional
right. The Southern states have been
exploited to enrich the other sections,
by unjust, discriminating and dishon-
est laws, enacted over their protest
by selfish sectional majorities.
It is time for the Southern states
to assert themselves and take their
proper places in the councils of the
Union and again as a section become
a potent factor in shaping the policies
of our common country.
They should and will forever pre-
serve intact their state democratic or
organizations if for no other reason than
because absolute white supremacy de-
mands the solidity and unity of the
white people.
But they should attend no more Fed
eral conventions. Bound by no ties
to any candidate for president or vice-
president, elect their electors and hold
them as a balance of power to deter-
mine the election of the candidates of
that party*which will accord them the
entire -measure of their constitutional
rights as the full and perfectt equals
of the other states of the Union.

THE UNITARIANS. After the electors are chosen, and
Editor Pensacola Journal: before the day designated by law upon
Editor enacoln"relia journal nd poll- which they shall meet and cast the
Ycs,"our artin whicl on "religion and pollshow the DeFun- vote of their respective states, let the
lak Breeze that Wim. H. Taft Is UpI- electors of all of the Southern states
trian and not Catholic in hts religious meet at some central point in the South
belief, is well and good, except, per- and decideide for which candidates for
haps, a little misleading when you president and viceresidentthe elec-
say that Unitarians do not believe in toral vote of the entire South. shall be
the divinity of Jesus. And since the cast.
names of such men as George Wash-
ington, John Adams, Thomas Jeffer-
son, Benjamin Frnklin, Horace Gree- '- --
ley, Daniel Wbs'ter, Abraham Lin- "
coin, J. Q. Adams, Millard Fillmore,
J. C. Calhoun, Emerson, Longfellow, N E W A TfN D V
Lowell, Holmes, Bryant, Bancroft, V
Hawthorne. Whittier, Hale (chaplain
of U. S. senate), and Eliot (president "
of Harvard). might be placed in the '*ff- --f -B
Unitarian column, the following con-
cie statement of what Unitarians do Some Very PlaniTalk.-
beUeve might be published in justice The Ocaa Baer says the princi-
to them and to Mr. Taft: pie of .'TO Th"'%lvtor belongs tDe
"The name 'Unitarian' is supposed spoils" "i- peanut politics of a very
to have arisen to designate the be- small variety." No matter what the
lievers in the divine unity father than Banner thinks of it, the carrying out
the trinity. That meaning still re- of this principle6 is what keeps the
mains, but has also unfolded into a republican party %o united, and a dem-
far larger one. The doctrine of the ocratic governor .. who cannot find
divine unity now looks immeasurably enough capable men among his sup.
beyond the trinity t the infinity of I porters to fill the offices now occupied
the divine manifestations, and means by him, is not worthy the office.-
the oneness, through all places and Gainesville Sun.
times and diversities, of that power
called God. Oldest Florida Newspaper Man.
"This unity is proclaimed not only Mr. Douglass of the Jacksonville
by theology, but through all modern Metropolis is the oldest newspaper
thought. History, science evolution man in point of active service in Flor-
-all read it in the universal kinship ida. There may" be some who will
of life and regularity of law. Each contest Mr. Douglass's cliim to the
of the sciences, reports as the deepest title of the nestor of the Florida press,
truth it has found, unity; :All combine but he can easily -prove his right to
to chant as the largest truth, unity. the title.-Gainesville Sun.
And religion hears this as another
psalm, proclaiming more sublimely An Incentive to Matrimony.
tHe Ubir y of that God of whom the Mrs. Howard Gould says that it
Hebrew seer sang in Palestine and costs a such to. furnish the table for
tttermost parts of the sea. in morning one person as it does for two, and
light and midnight darkness, in heav- that it casts more in proportion for
en and hell. and whom the apostles one person to live than it does for
".aw "above all and through all and in' two. We believe her mathematics are
all." So abiding and infinite meaning correct, however paradoxical they
is in that -divine unity from which t0-e n ay seem, and it is the one great in-
Unitarians are so fortunate as to be centive to marriage.-Ocala Banner.
But this truth involves the prac- Wonderful Florida Lake.
tical lesson of religious unity. For. Alachua county has one of the most
if God is tius one and everywhere, remarkable lakes in the state. It
then his presence has hallowed not cannot be surpassed in beauty, and its
only Judea, but all lands: not only fish supply is inexh.i!i.!ible. Fisher-i
t-ae Hebrew, but all nations; not only men have been shipping on an aver-
the Christian, but all religions. Hence, age of three barrels of fish from
instead of a single Holy City and tern- Lake Lochloosa per day for over
pie, Unitarianism sees every city holy twenty years, and they aypear to be
whore just men dwell, every spot a as plentiful today as they were when
temple where they meet for worship the fishing aegan.-Ganesville Ele-
or work, all honest life a liturgy, all vator.
love a sacrament. Instead of a few A Prize for Editors.
inspired writers, it sees all good lit- A Prfze for Editors.
erature and speech inspir:-d. and the In order to promote interest in the
divine revelation ever ..-.rf, a pd next state fair. the Tribune offers two
through auman reason and conscience, prizes, one of $25, another of $10, for
Instead of one sacred scripture, it sees :he two besr. ditorial articles, printed
an infinite and endless Bible, reaching !in a Florida paper, before January 1,
from its Old Testament iu nature to 69'190- pointing out the advantages to
its New Testament in man; from its be deprived by the state at large from
"Genesis'& in matter to its "Revela- the state fair. The articles nay be
tion" in mind-a Bible wherein all
truth is. "the law." all human hopes
are "the 'prophets." all good aspira-
tions are "the psalms," and all love
a "gospel" telling of eternal life.
"Nor have Unitarians lost Christ
as a divine incarnation. They still .-ee
him as a 'son of Gcd,' and only add
his own saying that every peace-mak- N ew and
er is another, and the apostle's that
'every one that loveth is begotten of
God.' They still believe that God
dwelt in Jesus, and only add the apos- e thi
'ereat big surpri
tie's words that 'if we love one anoth-
er, God dwelleth in us.' too. and that far, the invest furniture
whosoever 'dwelleth in love dwelleth
in God. and God in him.' Unitarians ng, while the styles ar
are often charged with denying the
divinity of Christ. They do not deny. now i the time to buy
but declare it. They declare the di- now I
vinity of his lessons of love. te di- should not be overlook
vanity of the soul that felt them, the h ld ot be ovelool
divinity of the man who :Ived them.
But by the same principle they de-
dlare the divinity oat that loe every-
where, the divinity of al louls that 3%& ___ 3
feel it, ani of all the men who live
it. .This i their beow- God 108-110 SOUTH I
is love, and lived in the loving Je SOUTH
and lives in all love, a" Is wors p-
Fod beat by -our love of ach other.

The Southern states, the solid South
-the eleven states of the South -which
are always and under all circum-
stances Democrat-have 120 electoral
votes. New York with 39 electoral
votes, is pivotal In nearly every fed-
eral campaign. The South with 120
electoral votes, nearly four times as
many as New York, can be the de-
termining factor in every election.
The constitution designs that each
state shall appoint her electors and
that those electors shall determine,
after their election, in the electoral
college of their respective states, for
whom their votes shall be cast for
president and vice-president. The po-
litical conventions are extra-constitu-
tional-simply party measures-and
have in practice reduced the electors
to mere figureheads by requiring
them, as loyal party men, to vote for
the nominees of the party.
If these states will enforce the
spirit and intent of the constitution in
casting their electoral votes, the South
will again be that great power in the
Federal government that she was
prior to 1861, and which she is entitleA
to be by reason of education, ability,
statesmanship, patriotism and consti-
tutional morality.
While the Southern states believe
in the eternal, indestructible principles
of democracy, they should recognize
the fact that a political party is not
and end, but only a means to an end.
The South can enforce those princi-
ples of democracy, which 'had their
birth in the constitution, by -holding
the balance of power. She can hold
the -balance of power in the way, and
only in ,the way indicated.
The East and the Waest. with such
diverse and conflicting interests, will
soon be at each ot-her's throats if they
have not the South as a common tar-
get. They would be pretty nearly
equal in political strength. The South.
holding the balance of power, can de-
cide elections in favor of that -party
or section which hewes closest to the
constitution, and which recognizes
each Southern state as the full and
perfect equal of every other state in
the Union. and accords them their
full constitutional rights.
The South asks no more, and should
be satisfied with no less.
The South can in this way bring
the government back to the constitu-
tion of the fathers, and again be a po-
tent factor in the federal councils.

IBWS te State
S Press

of any length and will be judged trom
the standpoints of clearness, complete-
ness, accuracy and effectiveness. A
competent board of Judges, composed
of an editor, Mr. D. B. McKay, of the
Tampa Times, a minister of the gos-
pel, Dr. W. W. DeHartCand a business
man, Col. -J. B. Anderson, all of this
city, will award the prizes. The only
conditions are that the article appear
editorially before the date named and
that a copy of the paper, with the ar-
ticle marked, be sent to the Tribune
on or before January 5. 1909. The
award will be made as soon after that
date as practicable. Any number of
articles may be published by one paper
within the period named, and, unless
the Tribune is notified specifically to
the contrary, the editor of the paper
in which the competing artele appears
will be considered the author.-Tam-
pa Tribune.
Bringing Great Men to Tampa.
Tampa will feel greatly honored by
the visit to this city in February of
William Jennings Bryan, who has lost
none of. ils great personal popularity
and personal magnetism by his recent
defeat for the presidency.
Tammpa will entertain Mr. Bryan In
its usual liberal fashion, as it has eu-
tertained other distinguished men who
have been its guests. lie .will find
awaiting khn a welcome non-partisan,
nom-political--a tribute to the man for
the eminence of his private citizenship
and for the nobWe battle he has waged
for honest government and popular
it is not amiss to call attention to
the fact that, in securing the presence
of Mr. Bryan during the next state
fair. Preldent Brown, of the Chamber
of Commerce and the state fair associ-
ation, has further demonstrated his
value to this city. In no feature has
the state fair been of more value in
attracting attention to Tampa than in
18e distlngNlshed visitors who have
been brought to Tampa on these oc-
casions th.-obgh the instrurrentaity of
Col. Brown. Hon. Leslie M. Shaw, at

that time secretary of the treasury.
was a guest of honor of the city dwria
the first state fair; at the peood,
Vice-President Fairbanks was a visit
or; and. at the fair" of last February
the Ambassadors of Spain. Italy and
Germany weie commw mding gures.
The presence of such eminent men
makes Tampa, for the time being, a
center of national, even internauoMal
interest, and Tampa has CoL Brown
to thank for bringing them here.-
Tampa Tribune.
Friday, the 13th, Proved Unlucky.
T. V. Schumann, a very well known
carpenter of Tampa. came to his death
Friday night through an accidental
fall on the new dredge Miami, now
being constructed here for work in
the Everglades.
Schumann was on a scaffold on the
boat doing some work when he step-
ped on a lank not heavy enough to
to bear his weight and was precipf-
tated ten feet to the deck of the boat.
A large scaittling struck him in the
back of tle head with such force as
to knock him unconscious, in which
condition he remained until death,
which occurred at 8:45 o'clock Friday
night at the emergency hospital, where
he was conveyed soon after tfe acci-
dent occurred. The man had at the
noon luncheon hour been joking with
his companion workmen on the dredge
about an article he had read in a
morning paper about it being Friday
and the 13th of the month and a con-
sequently doubly unlucky day. He
laughed over the item, declaring that
be had no belief in such supersti-
tions.-Miami News-Record.

Jacksonville Floridian.

The DeSoto County News editor in
a recent article descriptive of a trip
to Montgomery. Alabama, among other
interesting matters, says:
"The work of the press and pulpit
has resulted in a higher standard of
morals for public men. Drinking now
is under the ban. No man can hope
to long hold a place in office it he
drinks to excess. It was not so 1i
the days of the good old past. The
people tolerated drinking and drunk-
enness in their favored sons. Truly,
times have changed for the better."
We may some time in the near' fu
ture use this paragraph as the sub-
ject for an editorial.
We are not yet converted to the
cause of prohibition, but it is a fact
worthy of note that the commercial in-
terests of the' country are now de-
manding -more strenuously than the
social and religious elements '"of life
a mere temperate occupant for the va-
rious positions within their gift.
The doctor, lawyer, publisher, merl
chant or business man of any nature
or description seeking public favor,
will soon be compelled to show a tem-
perate certificate before he can "get
We shall only give this in homeo-
pathic doses at present, but our read-
ers may look for just a little more of
it with each issue of this paper.
A man may be ever so amuh of a
"soak" himself, but it's a cinch that
ihe will not go Into a saloon looking
for a young man to litre for 2his own
place of business.

* Starke Telegraph

In spite of all the statements to the
contrary we are constrained to be-
lieve that in some particulars, at least,
the railroads of Florida are not half
so bad as they are wanted. Instead
of being soulless they are positively
patriotic. Were it not so they would
start an agitation for the abollahment
of the public school system and rid
themselves of the tremendous tax they
pay every year on account of public
When men with three to five chil-
dren to educate, and who pay no more
than $5 a year into the public school
fund for the privilege of four to five
-months schooling, can be easily lead
into believing that we are paying too
much taxes for public education, it
does not seem at all improbable that
the railroads could work the high tax
cry as cunningly as they are charged
with working other schemes and have
we innocents do away with the whole
system. That they do not turn the
trick seems to us an exhibition of un-
adulterated patriotism. The roads it
present pay Into the public achcol
fund of the state more than a qua r
of a million dollars annually, a4 yet
when the proposition was made to
levy a one mill tax for our state col-
leges, which are part and parcel cf
the public school system, no protest
was heard from them. This addltoua-l
tax for education would hae cost
them thirty thousand dpliars a yeap
but none of their agents or attorneys
were heard to advise the people
against ratifying ti .conestltotilon
amendment. On the other hand there

were individual taxpayers in pleata
who looked upon the amendment -a a
great bugaboo, notwttkstanding that
the tax would have cost them no more



PHONE 149.

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Pupil--Taint a dealer ln meat, is it,
Teamer-4-Certainly Sot. Have yoe
ever seen a shoot star?
Pupil-Have I? Why, I aIa't
ed a show at the "h e o' the meer-
drama" in two years.-Illustrated
day Magasine.



A S -' -

Splendid Furniture Especially Priced

ses await furniture buyers here. Our big show rooms are crowded with what is, by
e that we've ever had. And especially pleasing is the lower prices that are prevail-
re all of the very latest known to American manufacturers. Don't forget that right
Dining Tables, Chairs, Sidcboat ds and China Closets, while the bedrotA and parlor
ked. Get what you want now and pay just "once in a while."

than 50 eente a year. With each x
contrast between the oadet ot the
railroads and the individual the oa-
lhadm that the ralirads are patroitte
in the matter -of public education is
simply irresistIble. They ave so chi-
dren to educate. Their stockholders
live In other states and they have
the bseeft of the school at their
places of residence, yet they pay un-
conplalniufgly a quarter of a million
dollars a year Into our common school
tJmd s d raise no protest when It 14
proposed to tax them another thirty
thousand dollars annually to maintain
institutios for the higher education
of our ambitious boys and girls.
This is what we call patriotism. There
can be no other explanation of the
silent consent of the roads. They
could just as well eead emissaries
among us and make as believe the
public school system is an unmilxed
evil and that we are being taxed to
death to maintain the schools. Spurred
on by the high tax cry there are
plenty of us who would walk back-
:wards for five miles and then stand
on our heads, It need be. to vote
against a system that levies a tax on
us year after year for mere book

Miami Metropolis.

Once upon a time, In 1818 It was,
John Randolph, a respectable gentle-
man from Virginia, a state em the
east coast of America, a, country mow
enjoying its 1334 year of Independ-
ence,-was a member of congress. Be-
fore that body of distinguished states-
men, the proposition came up ja to
whether or not America should or
should not buy a certain strip of land
that looked like the vermiform appen-
dix of the northern continent of the
western hemisphere. The name of
that vermiform appendix was Florida.
In relation to the matter, John Ran-
dolph, esquire, arose and stated: "Mr.
Speaker, I am opposed to this meas-
ure. Florida, sair, is not worth buying.
It is a land of swamps, and quagmires,
of frogs, alligators and mosquitoes! A
man. sir, would not immigrate into
Florida. No, sir! No man would Im-
migrate into Florida-no, not from
hell Itself."
We can contradict this. We are in-
formed tfat the only discontented man
in hell is a Floridlan. And we truly
*believe there are some John Baa-
dolphs living In Miami. Fla today.
Florida, like every other part of the
world, has its drawbacks, but they
can be overcome. A hundred years
ago when John Randolph bad that
brainstorm about Florida, he did not
know Florida's soil was fertile. Our
John Randolphs, the John Randolphs
of today, say the saXe thing about
the Everglades. Old faialoaed Meas!
Those who first came to Florida had
to test the soil before they knew it
to be fertile. They had to plant or-
anges, grapefruit, pineapples, man-
goes, bananas, avocado pears, onalons,
potatoes, cabbage, celery, beet*, tur-
nips carrots, berries, etc., before they
found out whether they would grow In
Florida or not., They d4d not sail
around the peniusa in a leaky caneo
and pronounce its useless. That' the
way some people lavestigate t"he v-
erilades propositlo1, tir their
minds are taken up so much with the
leaky canoe tCat they give smap judg-
South Bend, Ind., Nov. 19.-Delea
tions from all the Young Men's Christ-
Ian associations of the state are here
for the opening today of the. thirty-
ninth annual convention. The cnvae-
tion here Is rendered especially ota-
ble by reason of the recent opening
of a Ngamlrcent Young Mea's Christ-
Ian association budlnm erected as a
memorial to the Studebaker fBthers,
the famous wagon manuna tauers. "o
sessions will be the mo~it nale ho er
held InInndiana, the list of speakers
including Dr. Frank W. Gunsaulas of
Chicago, Bishop Edwin H. Hughes
and other men of promAmence.
The Puzzled Piamist.
Oscar 'Hammerstein has all appt
cants for his opera compmaes meam
ined by a throat specialist, says the
Washington Star. Nor till he is as-
sured of a applicant's good throat
machinery does he devote any time in
hearing him or her sing.
"It is a god idea. is it not?" saf4
Mr. Hammerstein, the other day. "In
the past I lost many a valuable half-
hour lstenng to worthless 'singlg-.
singing, so bad. In fact-
"Well, one afternoon nay pisot
turned to a tenor aspirant amnd shpt
ed angrily:
TI've tried you with the black keys,
I've tried you with the white keys ad
I've tried you with the bla and the
white -mixed. I think you t be
singing: between the nicks.''
Where the Stars Sheet.
Teacher-What is a meteor, Jclmuy

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flEPM984COTL OUA rFMDA.Y MvxrgiNG, -NOVW.VUU.R 20t 1908.


SETO have a
PrrAND EVETS $30.00 Tadored Suis, $19.75 lPOLEON BOOTS Ln u u is

i : '_ diaryy values, even at $3. These Some new and extremely I PT T Eat wh
** ******* ancy Worsted Broadcloth and e t pretty styles min Ladies' Na- Breathe fre
4r fac WSut black aIoth and clo,.....,..l $j 5 poleon Boots just received. -aU Ivory Soap
4 ,ifm inWick and colors ,to .." . u-.
I O AL CAI& 0* $3.50 and $W.00. Cool water.
::. :' - "^- ---P- i Patents and Tans, Lace l IIII W 1J cool wate.
and button. There is a dash What the
1... ...*" ats M as 0 "Junmlor Gardeners," of and individuality about them Secretary Waterman En- something
4' a T, MR. o A not contained min the regular t t F .I sometnbut
St W a ir e. Jon c. Ar. on Gadaden run of shoes, deavot.g to Get rida clean but
,! '*.... ... :-" - Would be pleased to show Representatives Here. .
_**A*** 4** ********** been much admired both in her ome wald a*gr that Pensacola is to YOU, and in Pensacola, where she has be well represented at the big event.
eesed was thoroughly enjoyed seen freuety and at various The reunlo a y h HE HAS INVIT SENA TORS Pure soap
I.. . . . .-__ res,_a was thoroughly enjoyedsocial aaimrs. "The groom, who is ex- Interest In local circles, a good crowd
Smee both by the hbot and hostess, and 1by cept"pally well known in this city, usually beitg in attendance. U Vn TALIAFERRO MILTON AND d S
ilM l !gnl sml9n1 s- so W t e who had been instrumental in both in business and social circles, is M 88p kMI s vo. -
uWL. lhaning the enjoyable evening. one of the rising young men of At- PERSONAL MENTION. SHOE F c O co PEN-
SBoth Mru asd Mrs. McAllaiter are more. crl.- I
ta -t-right well haown, and were the recipients Following are the cards received: Miss Grace Lawless left Wednes- Feet Furnishers For Folks. SACOLA AND EOOME AC- VO1"y
Aiet .htC!..any .< nsy ro-_rteatioes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Pritchett day for Mobile, where she will enter
A._t -NYATTENDE DA.CE request the honor of your presence college. 102 South Palafox St. LtAIE WITH T E PRO- 99* Per.
. fp .. il W ANY ATTND DANCE at the marriage of their daughter POSED CANAL TO MOSILL
I.-- AT K. OP C, HALL. Mabel Miss Gertle Burns, who has been -e
A Irge -ttendwce is reported at to conAined at her home for the past two ...
mXt1 q m gy the dance given last might at the K. Mr. Harry Eugene Tait, weeks with an injured foot, is recov- case the neck to expand, when the- -*
ShA bll, which w's leasant from on Wednesday even, December the ring, and will soon be able to be stopper will fit loosely enough to be Secretary Watemaa of the Chai
Sy staBndponts. A number were second, at ha a tee it o'clock out again. This will prove acceptable easily withdrawn. ber o Co and who is a e m .l
t prment rm Warrington., remaining at their home, Atmore, news to her many friends. Mi.s o th. .....sisip
B^ : lil-^t h~Al for he lat" e ca ar. Alabanma. Burns being popular in local church A box of sardines and a can o the Atlantic Wtrwuas AsSocat A
oritie late Oar.IlE At Home and social circles. shrimp, both prepared for eating, and has Invited Sebter" Wiafetrro, Mil- h
S .CLASSES TO GIVE A after the twefth of Deember served together on lettuce leaves with ton and Fletcher to come to Penascola
S"HOU. rWARINO. 314 East Gadef en street, Mr. and Mrs.'L. E. Francis and lit- a dressing of oil, vinegar, onion juice, prior to December 1 sa make a-
SA interesting "iouse warming" Penaseola, Florida. tle daughter, of Clinton, Iowa. are salt and pepper, make a delicious section of the channel to Bagdad as ret Pu
SS will take lm mo* g Gadsden Street among the recent tourists to arrive in salad. iMayonnaise dressing may be wel as become aca"la ted with the 1 *with
"Z.1 g _-z,.!__, ^. ^^ _^ Methodist young people tonight, when THE 8. P. O. E. the city. They will spend the winter used. proposed canal from Pensacola to Mo-
the new ild-- ing, which was recently AUXILIARY PLANS. here. bile, which is on of the oec eUng rolls. Hair ne
S--- r- construct outside the t church, for The ladies' auxilmiry of the B. P. P. Stone, w oas been vey ill Acreole chicken sandwich in one of links being pushed by the waterways
-, l-a---he um-rp.ose of mc. -.--odetng the 0. E. are discussing Chritmas plans slitly improved the tearooms consists of a thin slice association. An appropriation is de- hades. Best g
laue n ber t o new members of the which are to be carried cut by the of buttered bread with a layer of let- sired to deepen the channel to Bagdad
l' Sunday school, will he taken posses- worthy orgamsation among the chil- Mr. RH H. Turner is considerably tuce. chicken, sliced tomato and in order that vessels may go to that CS at
___.e "a -- odf-. ren of the city's poor thOs year. A better after his recent severe illness. mayonnaaie between them. It is one point to secure cargo or for the rs. Not dstrO
** w u ot rlong s e the Philathe and great deal of good work will be done -- of the most popular sandwiches of the pose of towing or engaging t coast
.-., Baraea claes were organized among thi season by the- ladies, whose in- Born-To Mr. and Mrs. John N. place. wise business. N 11 ast I
e" Ilk as 79ng = op., organiation variable habit it is to be noted among Day, a son. There a t ppooa to rah
au IN W9l.. in ngn awmriy to sch an ex- the leaders when holiday charity is Feather pillows may be renovated Mobile bay, one to cut anhaas l from ...
!"a-tet i as to te building a to be considered. Dr. and Mrs. S. Owens are in the in the following manner: A large the B ayLuo cutd a haotnel, fr woy_
Stional 3=rtIrs to the church for Toys and Xmas remembrances of city from Atlanta for a few days. pan or boiler half full of water should Bayou Grande. Both are feasible
S .. --their X .FeFmodatia. Tonight the every variety are to be given over to THE EST CAKE RECIPE h b brought to the boil, and the pil- ad according to army engleer. one
I mw"buildingis to be eccpled for the Santa Claus's store as usual this ye Alwa or bbon iws placed an the top until thorough- the chaels .ell bect The La
.-How --- aa ---a w time. and the ladies, who are Importantyr....tAlwaysc for Blue Ribbon Vila.y.mpregnated with the steam; It -the o .
reom In matioe the amusement begin the collection ofoliday and shaken and beaten from ti to or will be able to ma e e trip to e First Baptist
for the eveig. The young people whch urn, St. w p to d- Shot Plu Cut. Just that time. a.colm at ths tme1w to te er ln ,-
7ftr 0 1504 for a In previous years, the efforts of the mnild, me1lW smoke Cross barred dimltry Is being m geb but j It_ Is ssible tat ot hol a
_L___ theiJor uccess 1.~1 m olde hav I been crowned with re- mu f c you used for the hand-embroidered under- Mr. Tllaerro an4 lit. Mutom wriluldhg. COr.
e ,- dnesthe ernhedmembershi ol a ae success., and there is every looking for. For sale at S tIm- wear. It has the virtues of wearing ake the trip.
II I al to w Is armey 7. Indication this y ear at grea work aerial Cigar Stores. well, of being easily laundered and A BROKEN ACK. PalafOX Street
TO MEET WITH a great results may be esected. L easy to work upon. Tat pain in yor ack m dby l. Lunch
MsA- awi e MIho tLOUNT. FOR THANKSGIVING HOUSEHOLD SUGGESTIONS. Obstinate ese pots ,e e- lumbao, < 1 L_ un
Miss Hilda Blmntt will be the host- WEEK. Little ecket.-.ears, peeled, oueat in .moved by In y t get r of. Ballards from 10 a. m. t
*-A. TMO--f wr~rAlNO a a at the mUa of the No- A mber of delightful -. i.half and 0rVd "ake4 d0 ous... ,. .. ., ,^, stow ltomea m- t
Smad. Whawl o nr dtMondon a A number of delightful scial ha l a e lo us sa lad. t on a double pad of blot meat c rt
The mode. fortheafll ter on day at event arebeing planned fmr M with Free dreing on a bed of let.i .r and after ayi another t s sra n uts r
the Bount nme o nte bay wore. wekwich, as Thaksgfo k. tMe. Cherries ware sometimes used per a tpe ran, prana n ebur
wwl l aeek, d In opportunities or te w itthem. lbpad af the same over the top, pressing e s *l aches a em You
A126 t L y es .......a aplloi ng paprswicevr u nd opportunities s the wth them. with a moderately nhotaIron. ned ---
,mato.Assyria" 4 w Msalloyb Ken- -- .. ..hen.theban.dsg e.mbe t hot and uncom-So huouwe
'SoLtcaPakpp.V Ie.oaen e1
r-lnbia5ht B l -!"' -ce wash Iteu in oto water a"d then rinse a tiny lock and key. If a sachet fill-
a. I k.hw t a .nc; oars" Mrs.. wita plby them in tepid ter tb 'which a des- ed with or'ice rot I laid in t.he bot-
,. M lMan War .. .MUCHM .iuaLnare IN sot wqoom eta has been ad-. to of the mdkehiefs FOUNCstners hae
PRIZE WI..NERS,,a A-T- CONFEDERATE R. d h a v e hv a ,lliht-l perfume. aanal- a UU JLJLLu--avepIirfumeMI Sanda
t MRS-- M NSUCHR. A large ,uberate ieove a -ass stopper fro a wood by Itself stoo pungentand ene- discovered by varied eans by buyi
C L bleaing Sa* tho0e who were a is to occur In Mobile on.m oor _eA r hotLwater round treating to be altogether delightful. ence that la r the cHoICE A L
e mi"-toh-S Willard who the mot exquite examples of the HeMing, Spare
/ugg T--em-euit. is nthe gesnt hImAJesstnalme lan:l new sash fad. Two colorings CARD OF ToHANKS. a ..L
e w ALseay lIbt riss, fMrs. LbIlam J. Reeves; come in net, a lovely soft shade of
A d4W seeo54, Mrs.' Joei C. Avery; console. f t electric olue and a wood brown. At fWS tthnSerssial or s Jut trih -
*stie^t *. e *n th oe, Mrs. P either end the scarf is notched in renssa .o t Oheir Po- POTS-
Ues oa rwas w it a? beautiful Qualitywas fneto ia a s wIM *a x SI years ago. hang tandsome crochet baJs in Af mo s AN A EN
sea" o T b dene was tone. The designW which is darned Sergeant B. J. Jaol The same also We slo fea
-trci e. _ydoes.C... l C offee"... Into the net, s laid along each ., a- eCr fkery
~I~ ~~~n bo n exee lL the a and, quite a mass at the ends. The sympthy and bafS iS3etri- Wree y. ..
af Vernoonhavt N e ot the most width is a half yard or over. butons after his deceSse. w E
Sa est laseant of ag g e, ,nt. -Every Good It on Sale. Mens sweaters knitted of angora m. J. JA b Car.
^ TH R PIlYTCHETT.TAIT R woolC are warmer than those made of MISS U&N JY e Vm
111 W AM-ie t t been made of NW S, S. A.they have a more "sporty" air. A gray a--Z.h- ein masrrtiae of Ms- CI nlsat ry Go; itiI -. :Pe*seas* angora sweater buttoned down the IlMI l
k'_k Pmrittc. bel _hett tand Mr. Harry Eugene _--front with gray pearl buttons had l il
wey myi, Talt, both of Atm e, and both popu- e,,1--- pockets and border of the same wool U si-las U Lett
we" s 'L Ir In Pensacola elety to a pleasing -mr knitted a trifle tighter or with smaller ....
meaw ,,- e 4 degree. The Intrmting event, which y L needles to keep It in shape. To wear
t 3 a ts, MrtW".t eae of mtmore's H .llC.r4a aors re te'r ataMt with these sweaters men are tch e ION N O

oe a wr 7MJs gmS e. lti.A avn than one tone. judge Beggs Fixed Bau of B
a*raW ones -" MEALS .ORA DAY. witness at $ WhiC1

Vio and Piano BAKST Was Givn.
Cream of Wheat with Cream.
Creamed Potatoes. John Johnson, who was arrested at
mS?-a---'S'S L '^^^e^* 1 Ight Blioult. Coffee. his home on South eus street Wed-
guhJg aa... ....s. di nnes The Journal needay nigalht. charged with contempt mU| -
P. 3T. A1 t Pie sd enter. -" H^ Steamed Eggs With Cheese. lest terf of the criglati court as a DR. J
sS_ talamets O1 aS1 k No bjection Stuffted Irish Potatoes. witness in the cme of the State vs.N
Seo ris--to eatot-own engagements. Terms Sardine Sandwiches. licCain, Fillitaglm sam Malneay. who
Sr......eama.. Address. "Music" P. 0. lIi Beet Salad. are charged with m was released ew sad D g
_iin 4, Pesoa F ua...*. Tea. yesterday events $500 pe. this Paal s t
TTM 9 m9'f^M- rR B@ S 1 F) 1DINNER. amount having been -- by JUdge Mto*e to ate
r M ro T; .' 1 l 1 -UaCream of Celery Soup. Beg, who orde* hi PMHME
1 *****" r-- -*- i/Li--l ll Baked Snapper With Butter Sauce. Johnson admits that be ~de a trip
t th .1 .lI. oA nd a ectIt

obas"l- I Bean S"ala With Lettuce. as out0o wo om he teek aiwant. -B

I We___rathemyobyaa arou ppearing s *3 agents in P*nu
ANND O, A n Inew netod .t A nteam- !owa B IH tor an m at
and heated made ._the smack to tan t Ia SS, MANDELBA
D-- RA t- z Jackson Squaren for him to a at tie i .. m AOL KAl
!.offee"That line of Jno. Uelly La-
ectly one opera- iy W not you KOSHER SAw
an the H oo.d. ... _
"Ie pax n g1mIs.Iol I pleasing mnlions I co h tae a hoo- ste
P i Nh Ondm t. I..e II II Ila daily." Why not you? Ipooc. _w,
S. ag. i- Qulity produces qual- Puty,
See SpSC is Ta aUMI ity. We guarantee that PREPARING TO P ,. 'K
ls H w rr hat P AT w OARUWAV Suaty a
Mgi L m t* w. OAve m m. I1 each can ot our Jackson BEAU TFY A-WAY Qis- -
jo -s-u17 w. rANA ST. Square has uniform The heavy rt r es I the
gmeoit. Now 25 cents, at Paiastreet a -ne bed
I. Iyo _ur ,rocer. "Ask the Is see sa es Mbg*
mail.todavoe to al w

A' Rian_ r SU O D ATX. ... is so de -k
OterM to The drawingsows aiM $e or wes a witha black tailored i.,ew Orleans, La. do yra. A lot of old
3wi costuame. square mesh Mask lMaft was used, the blouse be in made over B
,. a linlan of black n,-es--Lts =tl wa toI u over a thin uning of white t-oW ... ....C, Sot P -. _h, tdn Up min Ba
S118 South Palafo St., Phone slk mull. The net was tued aM the front, ad was trimmed with p Wh 1 g j e ulsi1 -1 a. a kndl
.- bands of black. satin =a:@ $"W n0rro" bias !oMo Moc satin lb
0 7 1 ---M P I C I o

Sdear s in:
some food.
h air. Use
and clear,

skin needs
g that will
will not

will do this;
oap is pure.

Ceat. Pamr


Fs, wavy and
m, fluffy hair
ts in different
oods at lowest

W's Millinery,
nlntfenaidnc St.

Aid of the
Church will
in the Keyser
Chase and
s, November
vlll be served
10 p. m.

is Tree

mg hw.
Sawer Kmet,
RIb -and PW'
right now.
ture Hameat
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mel Warm TO
i Fee dtioW
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eInget 0 M1

mnounce that
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"What Yo,--i-oo. Else May Have. ADE-

What You Have Someone 'Else May Want.

I $11795,O .,
Ig W ge ag on Narth Alka.
We re offering a very n ske t"4Motsft 5el'ee1 i rdEno Alca-
i sfeelt wIth a lot wrt m O-aast car line.
as buy a one-StsOY d a mEl s Bs street. near Gadaden
street. conaini5 rea i tS et. This is listed for qnly a
de days at trhis price.
Wil get a verynice e Ian*'. neareoystreet. of
S wIfthkalot az n' a Ci Mapcm
we msuran I-. a-City Maps.

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Aw wo ia mwui Murf

oe of 4 best bgim in rel estate ever offered

S For a smal p down and the balance

LOTS! In aart oi t city m the iUtallment plan.


O S -liK2a St...... 71.

Have You a Home

of Your Own
: Have you ambitions to invest your
money in a home for yourself and family?
Upon the property which we recently
'constructed 10 houses, we have only three
'left-2 at $900 and 1 at $1200. The $300
.houses we will sell on terms of $10 down
and $10 per month. The $1400, same plan,
only $15 down and $15 per month.
There are many reasons w'hy you
should grasp this opportunity while you
can. Anyone who has visited the West
End lately can see much improvement.
and many buildings going up. Theground
allows you to have a garden, chickens,
etc.. there being 6 lots to each place. The
ground alone in a few years will be worth
what is. to-day asked for the whole.
Don't put it iteff anyonger. .Come down
to-day and let us show you the property.
Other property in all parts of the city.
If you have any for sale, list it with us.

Second Floor Thiemn Bldg.

FOR SALE-A nice eighteen-month-old
colt, saddle and bridle for $35. Well
broke n n for boy to ride or drive. Can
be seen at West Florida Steam Bakery.
Mrs. Jarl. 602 N. Hayne street. 20nov3t*
FOX TERRIERS for sale, 210 East Inten-
dencla. Ed. M. Pooley, Phone 1121.

I Chase

'We have a cmdwf~r a 7
yawn nwUwR b mi Nortk
The ao4d1I4"A amny.
namt wm& lhm 13.

to 8



VA -Positioa~ exp ene o- R T-Ci rtae rooms and good
. er. No o e to I ingc for young men.

tosO t 0 2novzw

S. N Alcaniz St.

VIAWFED-T. borrow $6W "In

prAMT-dak devel an priat-
Ita at Jehasoa's Book St Movlm*
If UIIOUbmwsw. whom cmk loft
She humans for amether ad thus
,al the trouble at on-=-.
ORSrTIXN as manager of naval stores
plant. Twenty years*experience; best
renwences. Address D. B. Page. Flor-
ak A.. Snovlm*

BOARD-AMD a00M in desirable section
0 P, Iaar front. Terms very
I--0-. Ap( 4ft East Zarragossa St.
ROOMS for mnt. furnished for light
Ih.ske G as. With or without
bee-. e o f Palafox. on car
ie. 4 1 -. 17novlw*

ROOMS FOR BENT, with privilege of
ngkht hocusekpiag. Use of bath and
poe.7 Teras reasonable. Phone 1457.
or apply 116 Mast Rmam streL 1Jnovlmn
IF TOU HATS anything tor rent why not
adviertl e it thMse columns? Every-
on eIs sare to see it.
FOR RENT-Two nlcely furnished rooms
in ni e family, close to business center.
Apply No. 304 West Romana street.

itk avenue and Wright street. solicits FPO RENT-Furnished or unfurnished
ur patronage. Children especially in- front' room, southern and eastern ex-
SGood care taken. Chas. Laea. posture. one ant bath. to desirable
r. 5novm party. North I. Private family. Ad-
|dures BOX 4. iaug
lASTEM-KSverybody to knew that we
are running on full tt and turning out
teaas material for building, promptly.
bm" ams solicited. -Saunders Mill HOTELS.
40e 39 E. Garden St. novltf

WANTED-To give you a chance at the
Sreat bargain in clothing and general
nmerhnadise now being given In our
ciqeng out sale. n. Greenblatt. 12 .
2nat ela street. iloe bu
WANTBD--Old hats tQ remodel and ew
ones to make to order. ing
ad erochetted novelties. Mrs. Evelyrn
ekhwartz, 156 East LoRua St. 3octlim
WANTED-All kinds of iecmad-haam
gacks. Bring them to us: ship them to
k Telephone us: write to us. Corneer
rden and Aloutni streets. Telthone
S 334. F. S. Mellen & Co. Gsept
WANTED-A buyer for 15 lots In one
lock., and house with 5 lotsa n East Lil.
1. I- A tdrews, 7 N. Palatex St. Zaepttt
WANTED-Your orders for fresk meat
and vegetables. Delivered aay part of
rtty. Buey's Meat Market, 10 ast
[treag. Phone 1168. lept
prANTCID-Your shoes to s s tl w e
or wait. Half soled n I intes.
"aM Caries. 511 Seouth Palaan oreet.
hM s 14 andat 1042. ar
WANTR D-A. IL Umgn 1 hem o T-r1
f mmd hamlg. Heusmto

nca OFr R OVAL-I heas. lea n
W .1ta e. 101 North Patatfx St.
a a a1 anl be glad to nee an y
m ffmam manjy m B ones there.
5 =er M"eXB. *. Adr

BRIGWS HOUSB-104 E. Wright street.
near Udnio Depot. Nice -lean rooms.
Rates: Tasklents, eW per day. Regular
rooms $1.40 pr reek and upward.
W NTR RESORT-The -Old Mill" Inn.
n eay he", 10 minutes ride from city
a electric car lie, will be open for the
wtnter Oct. 1. Al modern conveniences.
Address Miss Lille Taylor. "Old Mill"
Iam, Penmamo, Pp. Phone 33M. sept
LOOT--A g2ts oprtuty to rent or ex-
elma or, N- what you have. unless
y03 ades U-Sw The Journals want

EVERY HOTEL in WVest Florida and
South Alabama should carry a small ad
tI this column. The cost Is only $1.50
per month for four lines or less.

SWITCHES MAE $1.SL50: puff. $S1.00;
sata and 50c. from your own comb-
afm or human hair furnished. Laura I
Wlley5, 502 N. Davis, corner LaRua.
PoneM 18. 31octlm*

IL 8ALZ,-Tt-nbsrsd lands hi large or
arie tracts. Southern Real Estate and
fteg-t s.. flonaton, Ala. octttf
POB BALE- arm of 160 acres. 10 miles
be% Pensae Price $1500. Address
r. HL. P. 0. Bo- 782, Pensacola. Fla.
S- .22octUmn

SALE-Au excellent Franklin open
-e, for ceal. Price $8. Apply $01 W.
LI. 19nov

counts. Also well-located boarding
house, now full regular boarders. Apply
117 East Intendencia St. 19novlw*
FOR SALE--One general Jersey cow.
Can be seen at 1000 N, Alcanix St.
WANTED-One second-hand tent about
50x50 feet, also 50 pair good roller
skate.s P. 0. Box 77. Bagdad. Fla.
FOR SALE-Large assortment of barroom
furniture--ounters, mirrors tables,
chairs, etc. Second-hand. Can be bought
at low price. Apply 12% W. Government
St. 18nov

COMFORTS-Blankets an* bed spreads
1 on weekly or monthly payments. Phone
No. 971 and we' will send salesmen with
samples. Solomon Furniture Co. 8InovIna
and one 1 I-I.P. stationary gasoline
engine. One 4 11.1*. Gray marine motor,
one Mitchell motorcycle, one small buff-
ing wheel and stand, foot-power lathe,
one Baldridge marine reverse gear and
one concert graphophone. Baraco &
Thompson, 10 East Garden St. 15nov
FOR SALE-22-acre farm, 3% miles west
of Pensacola, half-mlr south of hard
road and quarter-mile from head of Little
bayou. All under cultivation and under
fence. Good peach orchard, scuppernong
vines, several good pecan trees, five-
room house, with hall and gallery all
around, water pump on gallery. Apply
Wm. Archer, 1309 W. Jackson street.
FOR SALE-Try a barrel of rosin chips.
Best for a quick and good fire. Special
price on lots of five or more. Phone 956.
C. H. Covington. 20 E. Brainard St.
TWO LOTS In New City, ftve minutes
walk from car line. A bargain. See s
at once for a home site cheap. Leslie*E.
Brooks Company. 17novli*$
FOR SALE--One Fay-Shoales Typewritwr.
practically new. Address Box A. A.,
Pensacola. Fla. lOoet
LAUNCH,22% feet long. 44-"ieh beam, 7
-H. P. engine. Speed about 10 miles per
hour. Apply A. A. Wrighton. 6 W. Ro-
mana street. sept30tf
FOR SALE-40 well broken work steers.
average weight about 1200 lbs each. and
1 good milch cow. See, or address J. M.
Williams, Cor. 8th Ave. and 13th St.
FOR SALE-Paper-shell pecans, fresh
and of best quality. 2."- per pound, any
quantity. Phone 1014. W. E. Acesta, 10th
avenue and 13th street. novl4tf
FOR SALE-The best grade of Alabama
coal at $6 per ton. Jellico at $7.
Prompt delivery. Strattop Ice Works.
FOR SALE-Four-room house near Mrs.
Morgan's. "'All Bay."' 16.' feet front on
Pensacola Bay. Fine shade and many
hearing fig and peach trees. Prive. $600
cash. Phone 349 or write P. 0. B.x "B."
Pensacola. 13nov2w*
DID YOU SAY VOOD?-1 sell it in our
mill yard. foot of 10th avenue, at 40c"
a load---all that one horse can haul, 49-.
Good short wood ready cut. for stove.
grate or rirepla'-e. Lay in a good supply
before price goes up and thermometer
goes down. Send a dray. Flowers. at
phone 129. will haul you a big load. J. 0.
Walker. Agent. novl2tf

AT $1800. JNO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR-
FOR SALE OR RENT-My bome fur-
nished or unfurnished, c.asisting of
blo,-k 30,.. tw City Tract. Cor. 16th St.
-4l~l.A dN:, db TA- h

DOYOU -Pi eT?'
Do you want to stop it? Would you
like to own a home. paying for it on a
basis just like rent? We will build a
house to suit you, on Enst HiU and the
best part of the hill. selling same to you
on easy monthly payments. In seven
years you will own a home and have no
rent to pay. Come In and tell us what
plan you want. and we will tell you what
it will cost you.
$10,000 to lend on im-
proved propjctly.

Leslie E. Brooks Co.


48 South Palafqx Street.

For Rent

$25 a month for 2-story,

8-room and hall house with
all modern improvements, on
Bay Shore, at White's Sta-
tion on Electric Car Line.
The Fisher Real Estate

FOR RK'NT-Six-room cottage. East
Gadsden street, -lose in. S17 per month.
Apply B. F. Wolfe. Care Citizen National
Ban k. 14nov
STORE FOR RENT-104 East Wright St.
No better location in the city. This
store is the last chance in this block. Fine
location for a good meat market, mer-
chant-tailor, millinery or any other busi-
ness not at present located on property.
For particulars apply Briggs' House, 104
East Wright St., or Hooton & Watson.
A warehouse with private sidetrack.
Stores East Garden st., near Palafox,
$15 to $20 each.
S. W. corner Zarragoesa and DeVil-
liers, $50.00.
* 317% South Palatex, upstairs, pool
room, $30.00.
Gadsd.n a:id 6th avenue. $10.
104-106 South Tarragonna St.. $20.00.
Suite of 4 offices, 2nd floor, Palafox St.
entrance, $30.00.
608 W. Gregory. $22.0.
119 S. Baylen, $2n.00.
Fisherville, modern, $17.60.
519 W. Gregory $22.50.
1113 N. 9th avenue, $10.00.
37 E. Romana, $25.00.
2200 N. Spring. $10.04.
1622 N. 7th. $12.0. .
Near Kupfrian's lPatl'arge lot, $10.00.
2121 North 6th ave*tk $8.00.
1301 W. Intendenct0, .MS.
6 East Garden St.
Dwellings (North HIok)
2-story dwelling, NoTrth Hill, 10
rooms .............. ...... ..$70.00
2-story dwelling, "q 'th Gut*-
mard. 12 rooms ............ 50.00
2-story dwelling. North Palafox,
10 rooms .. ...... ....-.. .... ... 4S5.00
Dwellings (West End.).
No. 330 Nbrth Barc-lia. S rooms 35.00
No. 508 West Garden, 1 rooms .... 25.00
SNo. 317 North Barcelena. 8 rooms 25.00
No. 521 West Garden. ,7 rooms .... 20.00
No. 402 West Intendencia. 7 rooms 20.00
No. 518 West Romana, 5 rooms .. 12.50
No. 423 West Romana, 4 rooms... 10.65
Four-room dwelling at Flsherville 10.00
Dwellings (East End.)
No. 116 East Romans. 10 rooms .. 30.00
No. 722 North 8th Avenue, 5 rooms 20.00
No. 417 East Gregory. 5 rooms ... 19.00

No. 238 Fast Intendencia. 6 rooms 15.00
No. 813 East LaRua, 6 room .... 1300
No. 816 Fast Wright, 5 rooms .... 12.50
Stores, Offices and Halls in all parts
of the city.
Agents Blount Euilding.
Call and Inspect -Our Lists. Phone 54.
FOR RENT-Large brick warehouse on
Railroad street. Apply to Jas. McHugh.

FOR RENT-Store building on S. W.
Corner Zarragossa and Baylen streets.
Apply McMillan & McClure, 9 IW. Inten-
dencia St. Phone 271. oct27tf


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-
nuie car line, the
cheapest property
in this section $1100

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


WANTED-Three white girle to fold cir-
culars. Apply to N. (4ldring. 19norv't
WVANTEID-Good. reliable woman with
references. for chamber maid. Apply
108 East Romana St. linov
WANTEDI-A bookkeeper familiar witl
the whliolesale grocery business. Must
be sober and willing to wrk. Addlress
Box "Q," City. 14novlw
1V.ANTFl)--Carriers wanted :it The Jour-
nal D'ffice. Apply Circulation liept.
W%'ANTED-Railway mall l Ielrk.: customs
employees, clerks at .\itshinqtcon. Com-
mencement salary $800.00. No layoffs.
Many e-aminatloas sm.. Preparation
fr,,.. Write imim.-diately. Franklin In-
stltute, 25. Rochester. N. Y. Snov-m*
WANTED--Every man. woman and child
in Pensacola to know about the great
(-losing out sale we are having In cloth-
ing and general merchandise. E. Green- I
blatt. 139 E. Intendencia St. 31octlm
WANTED-Hustlers. ladies or gentlemen,
to canvas for useful household articles.
Quick sellers. Good money. Apply 310
E. Government St. 4oct
WANTED-Carriers wanted at The Jour-
nal office. Apply Circulation Dept.
sively or side line, the Saloon, Drug
Dispensary and Wholesale Liquor trade
for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran-
teed under the Pure Food laws and
adopted by the U. S. Government for-los-
pital purposes. An easy seller. Write
quick for prices, territory, etc. Box 294.
Covtagton, Kentucky. 25octlm*

horse at Millview. Two hind feet white
and left fore foot white. White blaze in
fav'. from forehead down to iniutlith. Ten
dollars reward if returned to Nelsont Rich-
ardson. Millview, Florida. 2 LOST-Plain gold locket, with B. F. C.
engraved on It. Return to 10 IE. Inten-
dencia St. and receive reward. 19sovlw
LOST-Solid gold oval monogram s-carf
pin. "A" on one side. "L. A. \V." on
reverse. Reward for return -o0 Blount
Building. lnov3t*


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

An Investment.
We have for sale at a sacrifice to right party, a large sash, door and
blind factory and planing mil. situated at Bagdad and Pensacola, Fla. This
plant is up-to-date in everyday and can be purchased on very reasonable

206 S. Ple.x.. St. Phos.. 7. Ponaosa., FsloEda



Brick Store. S. E. Cor. Government and Tarragona
L. & N. R. R. track, ideal location for wholesale etablikh.
Price 4. application.

300 acres on Santa Rosa Sound, price $1,750.
Two cottages on Santa Rosa Sound. Price on application.
32,000 acres virgin pine, will cut 75 million feet pine, 20 million f
cypress. Price, $3.00 per acre.
20,000 acres Timber and Turpentine privileges only. Three yearste
release 1,000 acres. Balance can Oe retained ten years. Price,
7,000 acres virgin pine. solid body, $3.50 per acre.
Call around and let ma sell you a Kupfrian Park lot. These are only
a sample of the good things we have to offer.
List your property wit hue-WE GET RESULTS.



224-226 Brent Building.

mal method. Theor. Harmoy, Peda.
gogics. Students qualified for teaching
Certificate awarded. Phone 867. Madame
S. Eloise InulL loctlm

MISS BARNUM. of Chicago, will receive
pupils In voice culture and beginers
in piano study. 309 North Spring tret.
Phone 601. 3novlna*


LOST-Pair gold rimmed glasses in case. __.. .. .
Reward for return to L. R. F'l,'ld, L. &
N. freight office. l8nov3t*EGGS are Fgg Conkeys Laying Tonic
STRAYED OR STOLEN from Burl Bav- EGGS are Eggs) is effective-
ties's stable at Big Bayon, a ioubl-- F. S. MELLEN & CO.. Phone No. 334.
breasted dark hay horse, tail and main 1-4G, FOR SETTING-From Pure Bred
bobbed. both ears clipped. Reward for Blac-k Minorca., orthup Strain, and
return to 710 W. Belmont St. vw Barred Rocks. "The Ringlets." Bayview
TtLOT-Money by not seeing Thoe Saun- Park Poultry Yards. 14th and 23th avenue.
LOST-Money Pb not seing 0Te Saun- P. 0. Box 575. W. T. Tracy. 7nov
ders Mill Company before purchasing P O. Box 575. W. T. T-aey. nov
material in the builders' supply line. 2.
E. Garden St. novltf
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN -On'" 1.-- Real Estate Transft .
month-old white and liver pointer.,
named Sport. and one 6-mnowtli-old white- The ollowing i a list of te Real Zstate
with-lemoh-ears setter named Sam. Lib- Transfers recorded yesftrday M furnie
eral reward for return to< W. C. Barri- by the Pensacola jAbtract Oa.:
neau, R. F. D.. Cottage Hill. Fla. 31octlm
__ lMarie Swann and Chas. 'wanm and

DeLuna Street....................$25.00
309 E. Intendencla Street .........$ 6
106 S. Tarragona St-t ........ $10.00 CLLPPING-Horss 'iUpped at the Pen-
120 S. Tarragona Street $12.00 sacola stables. West lntendencia Street.
13 W. Romana Street ............. 83.35 20nov
7 N. Palafox street ............... $40.00
Store near Palafox Street. W ANTEI )--Everybody to bring their bug-
Boarding Houses- gies ( carriages and floats to The Jas. M.
National Hotel. 18 rooms .. ......$60.00 Johnson Carriage Works to be repaired at
Dwellings- reasonable prices, for first-class work.
Cor. 16th Avenue and 13th street..$18.00 Cor. Main and Bayien Sts., Old Hudson
1401 N. 8th Avenue ...............$10.00 Building. 15novlw*
1800 N. Palafox Street ............$15.00
1107 East Cervantes .............. 1l5.00 NORTH HILL GREENERY-Flowens for
903 North Reus Street ............ 1.5.0) all occasions. Crysanthemums, Carna-
724 W. Zarragossa Street ......... 10.00 tk.ns and Roses. Designs a specialty.
207 N. R.-us Street ................S215.00 Sweet Pea s ed. 919 N. Baylen St. oct27tf
916 F.. Strong Street .............3$1,.00
1211 E. Cervantes Street ..........$12.:0 CUT FLOWERS--Orders taken for all oc-
1:309 E. Strong Street .............$12.50 casions. particularly for weddings and
::13 E. Intenden-ia Street .........32.00I1 funerals. Miss Leila C. Reese, 518 N.
613 E. Governmr..nt Street ........ 15.00 Baylen. Phone 282. 22oct
1307 E. Strong St ................. 1-1i )
1011 East Strong Street .......... .l.00 IF YO' WANTED a nice carnage and
Cor. 8th avenue and Jad kson St... 15.,! nmatL.h horses for a wedding or to go
Cor. 10th avenue and 21st-St. $15.00 calling. where would you go to get them?
Large 10-room house on bay shore To I'ensa oia Livery Stable, or ring
ht Fisherville. with electric lights. bath. Phone 39. octlStf
hot and cold water: can be rented fur-
nished or unfurni-hed. 2 servant houses A. H. McLEOTI & CO.. Safimakers-Can-
in yard 2 blocks from, car line. wats.fror 14-Inplyto 6-ineh.. of all
Offices- weights. Large supply of Awning Goods.
Furnished offee over Peoples National Tents, C'ots. Hammocks. etc., always in
Bank. sishedtock. 7 South Palatox. 1au
Cor. Romana and Palafox Sts., two offl- | Im'U4'A ,re TRA. .' .. ef 1n R

Willie White and Sam'l. Pasco, admrs.
ad item of the est. of Ellis Whjte.
deceased, and Maria Swana and Willie
White as heirs at law of Ellis White,
deceased, by Geo. T. Morgan, special
master in chancery to W. S. Lurton,
$365--Lot 27, in Block 23, Belmont
Fred S. Reed and Geo. Dexie to C
W. Hagerman. $400-All that portion
of the Alexander Love grant thai is
situated in Section 41. TV. 1. S. R. 31
West and Section 36. Tp. 2. S. R. 31
W.'st, lying west of 11-mile Creek.

Try Shot Plug Cut Tobac-
co, then tell your friends. For
sale by Imperial Cigar
Stores. 10 cents a can.


lt A. 1k-.. i' evtcw Ave. .- "i U- -r-, r- -.. __
or will sell all or the west half of the ce ups rs Thorsen. Prop., solicits all kinds of NAVAL STORES.
block. Terms easy. Address J. C. Pebley. The Fisher Real Estate moving nnd hauling. Furniture packed Savannah. Ga.. Nov. 19.-The following
,a'15 -r~t..IFl . Texas- nov" tf ":for shipment. Furniture stored, Offi
A15 Arizona St.. El Pa. Texas. aniF' Ag cpon 7. epo hone stored. 21J aret- th- naval stores quotations:
Age.ncy -. ; phone 978. Depot phone M04. liJnetTV. .w.. .40
FOR SALE-Several head mules. all in "THE RENT COLECTORS." I\V ................ .......... 35
good working condition. $65 and up. Phone 87. IN ................................90
Come early if you want a bartain. Gar- Pn .
tield Ice Factory. novltf PEOPLE are finding out every day that MONEY TO LOAN. ................................... ;0
O...................................4 90
The Journal's W ant Columns are all I .................................. 4 65
FOR SALE-Thoroughly kil!t-dried rough that is claimed for them. Why not try WE have $100.000.00 in gu=.-anteed. first: :..... ............................... 4"%
and dr-esset4 lumber, sash. foors and them and get what you want? class., 3 per cent mortgages on city real ............................9 to 2 9
blinds. high-grade paint oils and build- estate in any amount from $100.00 u. F............ ........ ... 87% to 2 95
ers' iatrdwar, Saunders Mill Co.. 9 B. smeM P You have worked for your money, now let ........ T % to 2 -0
Garden stset. no1f i_______ t work for you. The Fisher Rez! Estate .I;, ................. .2 0 to 90
S i ---' .--l Agency. 206 So. Palafox Street. 10-Jun. B . . ............... .......
FOR SALF--On account of leaving the ...............................
ity 1 will sell my ome with all fur- W AAre you getting 8 per cent. net or ts Turpentine 39 cents.
nishlngs. complete. FGreenblatt. 139 E. U OR A y? If not. yo a arkets irm.
lntundencia St. 31otUm WA T ADS thatnt "coming to YoU." Wmpe CanpLcy it PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET
FOR SALE OR RENT-Seabreexe cottage e% W de I' tpfis mortge oo The following report is furnished daily
on Santa Rosa sound. Good outbulld- L = -- -. '. doing nothing? Leslie E. Bk 11 for The Journal by Marks & Gayle. 7. O.
ings and about 13 acres land.--extendkzg .- o. B. cotton merchants. Penscoa Fla.:
from Pensacola bay to Santa Rosa Sound- APAIACR COLA. G mED on ddli indsng....................... 1-
H y GS 1 a FULLER HOTEL. Ap-maclia-o0e Oldest'1, a on sheo noe .s y M r tl wman.. .... ................... 8. 3
,established hotel in city; free bathsts. ry 1 Strict mo ddling ....................1-..
50 ME'LS SU ITS togoatft.A.alu eI bes tsrvice pRates i-50and o$e2s-- pe- i w t 3o Ga1 ,aL 0. (-T2W T.. -......"... ; .-
suits to go&at.. 25.e Mustvacate by7. week s .k. .p MONE A-ED, e etate and The Ulmber = &iK-twt dt -. pat-
Januar 1st. E. Greenblatt, 139 n pEa.n .I n the ty of F0P- week has besn t el. t and *e-
tnnciSt. W. y-C 23alrd. Pal Btwt Obai vL f this period hvre bean a n f :ow:
ONE .AND .TWO-YEAR-OLD .Grape. FOUND. PInSU4 n Averages of et ap' u o 4-
vines. Peach Trees etc. Address Jas. basis. 25 cents per cudb6c .-ff: vergXe%.
Blomeley. Fernhill Vineyard, Contonment. THE PLACE to buy comforts. blankets of :25 feet on 40*feet ais. -.-et
Fla.. or apply to Clyde Blomeley. Union and bed spreads on easy payments. at bscrib0 for The journall veaes o 0 feet on M-lyb s.
iTra.din Store. 4a^._ inna-it-- N I *_r- u e l- <.

I-raing -Lov. LL=- 1 OIQZOA F-W-'W I

Phone '979.

Pensacola-aert arr-ncae Sheduloe.
Effective Thursday. October 1. 119.
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i:00 p. m. Sat. oy. 5:45 p. mn. 6L:6 p. m.
6:00 m. 5:45p. m. 54 .m.6:30 7:41 p. m.
7:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 7:15 p. m. 7:30 p. m.
3:00 p. m. 7:lSp. m. 8:00 p.m. 3:30 p. m.
9:00 p. m. X:00 p m. 8:4; p. mn. 9:M p. m.
10:00 p. m. 8:45 p. min. 9:30 p. m.l:-.30 p. m.
11:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 10:15 p. m.11:20L p. m.
10:15 p. m. 11:00 p. m.
11:00 p. m. 11:80 p. tn.
The 7:15 a. m. train from Pensacola will
run as a local train hereafter. The 5:10
p. m. train from Barrancas will make all
stops. except on Saturdays, when a local
car will leave Big Bayou at 5:20 p. m.
The Pensacola-Big Bayou local will be
discontinued, except on Saturday after-
Local freight leaves Pensacola at
7:15 a.m.
10:15 a. m.
3:30 p. m.
Through freight leaves Pensacola at
1:15 p. m.
First car leaves Pensaeols at 7:00 a1. .:;
second car at 8:00 a. m. a. and from that
hour on. the week day schedule will be
observed, except a car win leave Port
Barrancas at 5:00 p. m. Instead of 5:10 p.
Freight ear will make but one trip,
leaving Pensacola at 9:30 a. m.
Passengers wishing to go to West Hill
will take North Hill cars and transfer to
West Hill ear at La Rua and Devfller
streets, except every week day after 6
p. m. and Sundays after 3 p. m.. when
West Hill cars will run through Palafox
street to the postoice and to West HIL

Mobile & Gulf Steamship Co.,
In connection with the Atlanta St.
Andrews Bay Railway steamship Mantee,
freight and passenger service between
Mobille, Pensacola, Panama City, St. An-
drews, Miliville and all points on St. An-
drews *ay, making connections with A.
A St. A. .IL Ry. trains Panama City, Tues.
days and Thursdays.
For additional Information for freolh'
and passenger rates, apply to

Bell Phone 1250.

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V BEAR BRAND New Houses and
S 7 G Wilcontiu their testing ka displays
wext week at
Remains of Man D=e a o & The Depot Drug Store. sider carefully the light qustior
K f\'^p^-|Week Ago by Falling' BEA IN MIND That "ra Bran" purb Fsoo and sdDru ost perfect, ev and uniform I
have had their greatest success since the n- c, d IS COnoC t
Fon Schooner, Re69 ame... the Pure Feed Laws. They are Insurers of GOOD HISALTH. COk with Gas.

The body of Henry Gayle, who wa Phdone w148. 24 and 27 rhe
drowned several days ago by fallen wh -..-e Druggists and Manufacturing Chemists, Pensacola, Fla.
from the smack Nautilus when that
vessel was a short distance from the __Ada ___
*1 *fAb4 a* tlife saving station, in the bay, a 1C lnd U
which was, on the night Gayle i onI WRT r F S AIETIES.
posed to have been knocked from the ATTENTION. SONS OF VETERAN&
vessel, badly damaged -by" S ad I L There will be a meeting of the Sons 1
Serwards beached, was found lAyter. H T Lo Veterans at the bivouac at N:30 p. in
ree and the ~uaranne stato _sponsor for the reunion at Mobile Novem-
Sbree e and the quarantine station, In ber 24 to 2 inclusive.
S . .. the bay by the crew of the mail ... r nn JOSEPH REE D.
Oki Id& L- launch Ruth, and brought to the city R. P. REESE. Commander. OJR O F
1.."ryesterday afternoon. Il Adjutant.
The body Is In a good state of prew-
.l ervation, and no bruise was founda___pe on F. & A. out of Ee
S.the head, which would indicate that b ode .. untNo 1. .mA.- Exet every effort to protect
Sale was struck y the boom o the They Are Due To-Day From F ay. ov. 0. at poitors, make e of ever
tr lfil~ Klhy Wo k. ,_thF ."_st-anmainsadl, as was at first mspposed h P.Work In the F. (. Degree. Visi
S all -a s was s foun aupse ng brothers fraternally invited.
mlies east WBwhere he wan drowned Architect Stoddart of e. J. QVIGIjET. W. M.
+1) -,e Wmi ms 171 as o d a nut av A rch itctee adert of-ents O wL 1- tion Ir ap1to 1 Ind B 1
and was taken to Pon's undertaking Secretary. curacy and promptness, and the
.. -. establishment, where it was em- New Yor.
balmed. 'The finder of the body will VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN tto 1"- m la
Sbe paid a reward of $50, which was, Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Asso a-o i t .---- - <
"-offered by te local fa -ma union, Plans and specification of the"o hand s meets at Knights of Columbus fi i bw
of which Gayle was a member. i-sy hotel buiin to b at 7:30 p. m. ADWS
Coroner- Nickelsen held an I-quet some eight-story hotel building to be at 7:30 p.m. C tl $
overthe.body yesteni-y evening. tae erected at the corner of Garden and J .N. ANDREWS,
S.-r n hern a veerdc that g PataIox streets, are expected today ABE DANIELS, President Surplus and Undividde Profi
wPOW..jury rend ,alldrownerdct that Gayle from Architect Stoddart, of New York, Secretary.
A telegram was sent to Gayle's who was grated ive more days time DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH.
r l father In Portlad, Me., asking whbat bythe coi.pany in which to complete Nem N. 10, Daughters .
WM Ma i disposition should be mad of the the apeci cations. W.twn FRe"eaah n, d
-10. 1 SbeJamler4 t body, anWit will be held at the under- As soon as these plans are In the 3 o o'i ck at 0 haI. l
taTkingparlors un til inst|trimm hands of Chairman Yonge of the sRmesCJN G. ie to e present. F
..Wi 171 received.- building. committee, advertisements POLLIY DARLINoTON. io
,r . lBlii,.. to ., Atlantic 6elisb* William Gayle, a brother of the will be insertedInviting proposals for Semretary.
*is. r1 drowned man, arrived here yesterday construction of the build and o
L Merpe. to Gulf Transit Co. bave been receIved from various con- P a a
nt1,e T'S A CRIME struction arms of large cities there D I R r/ECTO R) Designated Depository of th
"w.i Ital aip; ia 148, Meate. to neglect your bmnk. The wort will be a number of proposals for the E "S..-. ....-..
V*W to -A R ori. * t11 aty ou||anbe Wi I 1 ofed is wor Ipto R
i19IW "GNP.-00..M. n og-," - "" ORal ao r PR-OF-ESSI ON A-3L ................... .......
A aj s A. 1is. any river or bowel ~uble to continue. T turkeys, Ducks, Geese, .m w M
SI.bbiN airo *3I6, 3eker, 1 2s, It is poliseig your tMak ystem and Chid ens, Florida Oran Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
too Is r-pi my ae f to a serio s chronic Dentist
a ,r.. Take BaHard's Herbfe ad get amo Grapefruit. and Tangerines. ~.deat.
l or. N. aa, 53 a 4 utely wel. The Mre foray Ed. M. Pooley, Wholesale OffcMasonicM Net'or. wechE
oanca, to A. Zeliqa. r ad all troubles of the stomach liver C om Dale 210 ast
-o.- -M I. IM to". aser.- andbowels. COn issionb Dealer, .- 210Eastb --. BG. AnESn
bkRmtrap, p15W. DAAembeanbyW Intendencia. 410 Blouint Uun.&
t Ca. bo t # -- inurbahla EX S A as*. .e BUILDING PERMITSST PenSaCO Rank &
16 u A 1to ast ISSUED YE1T8l bAY D.J. B. TT' I ..
w th E,- _W L The following permits were Is-sued- --.-- DENTIST-- .---
-- .... .. -- AWRitter yes terday by Building Inspectorowm in mi .. -S Aoen- m
WS--PSOgSCOF VETS rfre uelg Z ft-EN fr. r
W&wma Caw ".ag.----.t.. -. To Walker Gonalez to erect a one-
Plug cut t.tory frame dw lldisg, 26xT1 feet, on
? with=a for nDk Rm lt n Ullln l street, near --asa-.- ---- ------- Sw.B M. z. IeM.
Ap. To Mrs. 8. .,XCampenter to repair Electrical rxturesk desklghts, Our .
rC6 4 u1Wrd10 caoa.ETAT BIVOUA the building at 12 Eat Wrightstreet Nteleome brackets,Oetc.
1b Or *-FM-fro Canny Risyae to repair the NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE.; Mert J pt.o
e WW l w t e. -r uliatn 519 CAldes street. NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL. T. A. Jag Cad anem.
I -d Mobile Ramion rThose Automobile Boots E. W. PE AK E
MO aCL.. W 3. At Session Last Night. that you have heard about __ 3 andW._W D A GN- BU A
'6' MawarvIN,,.and not sea, can be shown BUSINES
oI111 II -. "a f Lany WillAt you at the Modern Shoe COTTRELL. I S
*me*by me Z U" 1m eet ing h n m Store, opposite postoffice. i
AoM trH k W NN- t ] ate Vete rans t tookp la -eI nb v, On. .REV. HILL SPOKE ON PHOTOGRAPHS. .
DaIr es was atree "on. 'EXCUSE" LAST NIGHT P.nsacola. Fla.
W se u sr Iratdog= Jury < eds Last In. tended by those interested in the big The revival services at the Forst A Dollr Sa
*,,iiSl -i .e -- reunion to occur next Monday, and Cri ta church continue with 4m- I I. Dollar I
ikl of UZ-aUI- U IUU JWicurs Tuesday at Mobile, and w6ch will at- abated Interest, large crowds bein in and we ay
d tract a oimber of local visitors attendance each night. al deposits.
-.0.....or...ermArrangements were made to select Rev. Hill has proved himsef a .,
T _v1!"-ao_ l ....Orleans maids and sponsors,,the decision a to evangelist of-great power, nd has yo a und y
Sse ,Were before the nt o will represent the PenRacola succeeded In making many new coh. StCRTAL.A In
m...ieq ... -b- 6SeeLt smCWere before the Sins of Veterans to be made before ve r ins to the faith. .
frMmber itail 1u,. Is for the pat tes manifested with regard to the cases." Tonight he will discuss "The
res n- -9mstreetdiy., ue its S presett and event, and' a party of about 1 will New Testament Baptism."
'ohaL 'rig Wer fetta. o u 'w sartmenc n as recexved anet Monday from this ciry, CE OTICE.
of elowtetl alM W Ter re -.- o sma13 dhite 4d, diriTh efltheobeingteA ThB L- Je- W ANt,T EDoreothrc the CaptaWn.Owers of ad
"-." the ot t h be terr. fomCommander Clarece D. J-i oa nor Co es of the Nor.
O a e t o was 0t, i ens, of the Army of Teanessee de- NEGRO CAPTURED be resp__.Vn;onsibleefo db.on- l i.

.- thew. The fro mI be hear at th'Is apartment was the host of the Gener Pelt and Deputy Smith. CREW NOTICE.

_. min l retn o es an entusati we a hm. te negro iage with hay- GU TRA CO G Apain. T E I
a ft.s m valued ty. larger number of camps were reported S "* PENSACOL.A
. ."- T.... o T came of A. D. Morrison, alleged in s standing than at any time In Neihr e CaT ptain, Owners A ei--l g-ill-g S -Me-m CeuW t 0

-fter-o-m. -The goy-r-meut witnessesphis, Tennessee, was re-elected com This remedy is intended especially for re _lble for debts contract-
t g joarned until this adoring, when wit- erel headquarters at Memphis, Tel.. eMs, creUp adwhoopng mosgS ae the PENSAI AO LUMBER CO., Captain.

Hamab ILad D... ...,- Co foT the de hhe. Ke comrades reelected me to the mst mom. n1Loes wwo ave nes it forC onsignees.-
|saw frt leoffice of commander of the Armyn S1 7 and aina position to know itsreCREW NOTICE. J1 B.
as m"h. CARGO Op MAHOGANY ennessee departmen. Tb vasUWe t t at it n wOsta quNeither the Capain. OwnersO" -.-. .a
1, ..~N STRAM R BERTHA aidence reposed in me w ever ia s and is ri, t steamship Manchuria. will b
Ss. incerely cri.hed. m twui --MMt. resonsible for debts contract- Tl
Twr eSaAk 1 231 TheNorwgian steamshipBertha, oto Seqcton 11 iof somento aimss .. .a -ay te Cw To he Pfoples aeNatTo
-o Capt. Aamat, arriVed yterday from the constitution, department eadqu a I i ad e reoepmidhaso JOHN A. -MRRITT co.. Captain.
.. r'Ms. eR $u71 else *with 1,167 ahbogany logs and terms are continued at Abbeville, Ala. e Consignees.
-" aeU tJ. A'5 Nm 0 ..47 bales of caicle. She =s consign- 3. The next general reMion wilbe who g w-- sh jail-f a e "the _o__,_,_d-_ort-wit _"_--_"
C Br. W"II321W7, P*- ed to the Gulf Transit company and held in MerpisTensee f IMu ii ePc
041.ChilltoGulfTa .o was docked at Tarragona treet In the Tennessee division of tho& e 4 lAVWuSRmCf -

- A R e m .o i., 2 1 6 O; y fa W 0 1 1. &l I=t f o r w h a r f e t n i o. _k_. -. . .-..-.
Rio m. to 0 i T _ft C(._Captain Aslant accompanied 'by 4.The so ofItheidep-rtent+are,. m-- a
CO t8.hLat. hiswftandChi.ttjeto hO isat mn,& NOTICE OF Rf CEIVER'S SALE. .. 5. O e 3. .CAR
V LS^---1----- ------W,^--- trec m, Itest1his bewf oand chiod. thteorfh-- 0 --f heitltThei undmefignede as Receiverpand As- .5
fulness in keeping the cam in good iP tl-P I ursuan e of the a uthoritS B.MAM ,
standing and In promoting the inter, vested In him,- i a gives notice that
Everyofethenorgve s a shapeJrrporo nh b"ids will be o No by him until A Tted Ac
_dock, of the rollons tacthe in., of Noveaabr 23rd. IMS. for
deVlr tlman l ts of their r- e lorw and records of the last reuls d we5 bsi PUe me as eed y h fl ng
conbeentiorne t d brio nhfloseung ls- be property, pto-wit:
ly fiTurmin m of chlr conveany ontethe following facts &M4t era h y I M o ao uts. and .Agev

^ mh often dentrbttive to the MtoAn, n only o U S Mail Launch 13a afteceiver and Asae w
A AM f is can be a by by the use of .bt ln tMhe hi&y 6 o Oe 0o UPrr TAT ARHAL. S ALE T*e e sa
*ePWfpr sale issued ou SCofLE taiere Court fr ter- -p Ur ut
-2. dT rtewsmtaTWlOsAaR Ue of an of Issued out of the
LMmO, W Gw day t November. IM hereby notic t b
active in petriotie sad 101'ts AseenheaOam twenUhtUh
lbr ratesAr fWhtASitatesPostotee,U
Df*rtmentfAdutat MePensacola 1:36 mI. tackle, apparel, anpurtenances. and fural- -
JOrNr vI,. MOULTO.. aaSbsade new iegst at tie Mmar.ine JTie .aiMe a tr
SDepartment of Adjutant ad "Chief atesP t D. Wthrt. W In ant i Cous orida. t ,
PaateL PhemeSOL Unovlet United States wMarmIaL 13 ....m

t the interest
y means of
m methods ins
same careful

ts, $140,000.

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J. Rt. Jem gs.
W. C. Dewbehry,
J.L PeH.
J. A. Wri t,


you for saving-interest -
Begin with a dollar, eat
kly or monthly. Arrange ft
Strip next year In this waV.
"I hardly miss the nman
case of need you hav
bank s ct to yur order
Come In, and we'll talk It

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The Big Enamelware Sale
-as this morning at eight lock.
Sale to-day and to-.ioriow.

5, 10 and 25 cents each.

One Solid Carload

Largest va luesv offered in Pensacola.
dreds of pieces worth from 75c to $1L25.
Be early and secure the big bargains.







Regardless of cost, grade or quality, the entire line

of Jos. Coleman's High-Grade Stock of Clothing


$25.00 Suits, now ................... 1s.48
$22.50 Suits, now ..................$14.98
$18.50 Suits, now .................. $12.6b
$16.50 Suits, now ...................$10.48
$15.00 Suits, now ....................$ 9.98
$12.50 Suits, now ....................$ 8.48
$12.50 suits, now ...................$ 7.4b
$15.00 to $22.00 aitss, now ..........$ 7.48
$10.00 and $14.00 Suits, now .,......$..$ 4.00
Boys' and Children's Suits at almost

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Made by the best Tailors
in the country.
$7.50 value. now .................... $5.48
$6.00 value, now ..................$. 4.28
$6.50 value, now ...................$. 3.68
$5.00 value, now .....................$3.12
$3.00 value, now ................... $2.18
$2.50 value. now ...................$. 1.38
j Other values in proportion.
Odds and Ends Pants at prices too low
to mention.


$2.50 Eagle Shirts .... .$L62
$2.00 Eagle Shirts .... .$1.35
$1.50 Eagle Shirts .... .$1.13
$1.25 Eagle Shirts .....$ .87
$2.00 Manchester shirts $1.10
$1.50 Manchester Shirts $ .90
Cheaper line of Shirts too
numerous to mention.


Cravenettes 50 Inches Long.
$18.00 value, now ... .$12.50
Melton, Brown and Blue
$18.00 value, now .... $11.98
Cheaper grades in propol tion
All-Wool Sweaters.
$2.50 values, now .....$1.78
$2.00 values, now .... .$1.38

Gi "y oroTaT yaXnd wXe O XAToneo ItotxnotAJ i tMO Ik.

SGet your holiday and winter Supplies Now! COM EN OW Come see for yourself. It cost nothing te look.


0nnm m = 212 SOUTH


so the whole big family of chums de-
cide to spend most of their time with
their bew chum, Aunt Mary, in New
The denotiement of the plot is not
as perfect as could be, but the sweet
and gentle vein of pathos and heart-
reading love throughout makes up for
that. WVe learn that "it's the things
that we don't understand that make

the most trouble," in such a way as to
amy RM I* 'Th li riri of he college man, who, on account of set even fathers of modern lives to
OS misrepresentation and misstat thinking.r I
g 5 "j o grgtsenta**en nd misstate- Miss Robson plays her part in a
eOsf a t AIb ,teto Ja title. meant of facts, (his version has been manner that leaves no opening for
A011113 at My *a je.esty. e. elled from two colleges and it is analyzing. The rest of the cast are
n 4gMg 8 ast with oN fauh- learned In the first act is about to be in the trin of a good football team:
Inmed Mha, h- ee" other to e6pel8 from the third, is the instru- trained capably and carefully, but not
an 0U v 3eAWg',a.tber a Jolly aeat ia bringing about t'.is wonder- overtrained; Just on the qui vive that
good fellow .t timl.--. ter1 ymde ftl baange. Jack is a pretty gay keeps plenty of lie wht#e it is needed
orw late a very rmpectable worMly Tyomng aa, and all the scrapes he
lady of makers Ideas and tastes. manages to get into and what they School Days Tonight.
i'The pheL, Jack Dse iin, a w cost, keeps his wealthy old aunt in Written by no less a person than
Shot water all the time. The climax ih Sydney Levy-and this brilliant young
reached In his deviltry when he is Pensacola .playwright ifl'a object of
ONK NI4WT ONLY, charged with and sued for breach of pleasant attention among people who
promise by one of his flash loves. His are proud to call the young man a
S" amut, who has warned him often about real live native Pensacolian-"School
ridayNOwv=bWr 90t h19 wronging any woman, threatens to dis- Days," which will be presented at the
inherit W ili al d Brives him from her Opera House tonight by 7VBmembers
home. At the end of the heart-rend-" A A
mt eri o of about three weeks, ..
SCHOOL whift me be hbas spent in the home
of ine of his New York friends, a
scheme is concocted by he and his
boy friends to make Aunt Mary loose:r.
up OB the purse strings. A letter
seat teMhin her that Jack is sick with
A play p es d y a Mtsb u sft M the measles. but instead of a check
i wiSL IhO90 *"se O "ts the letter k eightt Aunt Mary herself. 6
nipremeot -Pftnoi B "MU N. 1. The hoys are dumbfounded but after
._- a cmaell of war and a peace confer-
eace they determine to make the best
Pilwes: loV W i bils MIf of a bad situation and show the old
lady a good time. They carry out
their plans to such good purpose that 11 you wear Bari
aT. Ima be reesi"At O .a* Aunt Mary, imbibing ve-y freely ot
an a.M. wdiie insy, Nina' the flowing tiffany water, has a bully pers will last a gre
m. time and wakes up in the morning
to seltzer land lee. The good work they do now- you
goes m however, to such an extent
that when Aunt Mary reaches hei. comfortable at nigh
home three -weeks later she Is heartily COe t ni
Ts eiwith country life and con no reason for chang
E11ua to go to New York to live. no reason for chant
e Allt Mary has learned that the charge Your feet wilI a
ade agalast Jack is oauntrue and hav YOur feet Will al
y aIg fallen IT love with the sister otr
the abum hrbom Jack has been vi :- for Barry Shoes are
B do& M. g, reqinla her to come to her home
and when she learns that Jack also as comfortable.
Is dedoeus of sharing life's bounties
with that youfg lady. takes her to her They are well made she
best man, .uher. friends seart and home. as it were. .lack has ion'labor out of splendid rt
and everybody d gotten lnto business and is doing well, We
and everybody-sends. We want to show youI
their laundry to us when '" to try them-after that yoi
they are particular.ooK t

-----at-ae., Jr.'s great soling books, 3 3 S ut P
in reprint edition.
Empire Lau -Co., TH oN WOMAN. TeaA
at 65 cents each. 2
Phete 1491.
Phone up 322. HARRY T. HOWLAND,
el.Mlne ak Stre, DeLuna St.


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 sixes of the best leathers the world
produces, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00.

Ha on-ANrnu

of the Junior Gardeners will be the
real hit. of the season, where home
talent events are to be considered.
Besides the tremendous fact that
Mr. LAevy has not only written the
play, but has also actually assisted in
drilling the young people, another lo-
cal artist of renown: wio is Prof.
Seel, will play "for sweet charity's
sake" tonight, the services of him-
self and orchestra having been grant-
ed free gratis.
The proceeds eo1 the worthy little
affair are to go toward improving the
grounds of School No. 1. and there
has been po harder worked little lady
in the whole affair than Miss Emjlia
Schulma,. the clever secretary of the
School Improvement association, who
has had tuch to.A lbth itane present
.state of perfection reached by the lit-
tle people.
And they have all done nobly. Con-
sidering the fact that "School Days"
is a real live opera, with choruses
and pretty girls and- the whole delic-
ious, catchy atmosphere of things the-
atrical, those who are to take part
tonight have accomplished nothing
short of the remarkable, when the

at deal longer than
ir feet will be so
t that you will have
ways look well, too,
6 fashionable. s well

oes-manufactured by Un-
these shoes and induce you
u will always ask for them.


very short time which they have had
for rehearsal is considered.
Cast of Charactes.
The following is the ca-st of char-
Emmy Lou ......... Bessie Robinson
Billy ................ Norris Lewis
Teacher ......... Paula Htirschkovitz
Principal ........ Harry \ aiggenheim
School Board-Hlal Lan>,y. Gibson
Fell, Frank Marston. Le-ster Stock-
ard, Horace Roberts.
Dago ................ .John Frenkel
Bad Boy ............Bertram Coleman
Good Boy ............ Hlligh Stillman
Giggling Girls-Hortense Rosenau,
Sadie Kugleman.
School Girls--Mary Caro. Alice Ed-
wards, Christine Cottrell. Glady-





"The Girl in Purple Mask"


is She?"

.We cannot say, aswwedo not know.

Reports from

other cities, where this mysterious lady has appeared,
speak very highly of her, and the clever act she pre-
sents with her partner, Mr. Scott Leslie, a well-

known performer.

Watch for her on the streets.

Other big features are the Pazzoza
Comedy Rim-Cyclists. '

Edith Lancaster-The Human Butterfly.
No raise in rice for this biE attraction.



ahn, Viola Roch, Kathrin li Watch for the free street exhibition, Monday.
man. Beth Walton, Hazel Jacoby. El- U
ln Adair Roberts, Eunice Gerson,
Arnold McClellan. Ethel Grausen..
Ruth Welles. Mary Joynr. Eva Ber-
iin. Sophie Schad. Norma Bazzel:. are tired of it. Sometimes I am so HARRIS.
Virgie Sierra, Dimple McMillan. Ger- tired that I cry from very fatigue But
trude Roberts, Sadie Ku Myr- I never dream of giving up my work Special to The JmnrnaL
tie Kaufman. Vera Kelhl-. Hortens,, and trying 6ometAing else; !t is a prt Harris Fla., Nov 19-D R. Ki
Rosenau. Hilda Griffin, Willie Tiller, of me: the way the best of roe finds
Genevieve Carter. expression. I shoulJ be raiserably & Co.'s- turpentine still caught fir*
School Boys-Camnpbell .Jones. B.ilv unhappy if I had to give this up. All during Sunday ntigt and burned up
Roberts, Harry Sharpe. .Jeuninug work has Its unpleasant features: I the strainers, and some naval stores.
Hiras'nkovitz. Svdney Dav\is. \Villi mine has its full share. But The loss is about $200.
Sargent. Lou Caro. Freddie Tiddle- -1 love it! I could never give it up!" Miss Nellie Swinson went to Penss-
man, Clarence Friedman. Mrs. Chilton will appear at the K. of cola on the launch The Bells MXoday
Spicy Musical Numbers. C. "'all Saturday night in the second to visit friends.
"School Days. ................... number of the Lyceum course.. Henry Williams.. of High Tower,
. .............Kva H-rlin rnd Chorus was a caller at Mrs. Martha Condotn'
"Dat's Music to M" ...;;)hie Schad At the Orpheum. Sunday.
"Good-a-Bye. John".......lon Frenkel Watch for her Monday next. Who? The launch Thbe Bells, Capt. Brooks,
Smarty. ............... Mary Caro Wh\-. the "Girl in tie Purple Mask.t" passed through here to Pensacola .
'Aint You Glad Youi Fiuid Ml'-.. Yo won't fail to recognize her for Monday with eighteen iMasengers
................. .\rtl,' Kautman the little purple domino mask will be some furniture, returning Tu-eAy
"Yeour Can't Gues- Whliat 1lo Wrote uZon her--should we. say. on My Slat ......... Viola Roch fate.- Of course we can't say for no twlve passengers.
"1 Can't Do That Sunt ........ Chorus cue sees her features. Upon the street Mrs. A yanl G. Harris wen, to P -
S(-ONI) ACT. or stage ir is always there. You can saWola Tues.ay on business, return-
"Little Girl, Youil* Do. ............ see her eyes tho, and the) gleam and ing Wednesday.
Norris l.eiis aid Ci'iurus flash and only make you desire to Capt. Asa Ward left Tuesday wifit
See-Saw" ........................ see more. the Honor loaded with naval otere.
Joh'a Frenkel. Norma Bazzell, an Ycu may see her upon the street- Noby Spotawood was a pamsenger.-
Chorus. if you do you will be sure and be at Mrs. Asa Ward and Mrs. Warf et
"Baseball." conversation s ug ..... he Orpheum Monday night and see spent Wednesday at High Tower wilt
Sarah Goldstuckl-r. Clara Frenkel. what a clever performer she is-but. Mrs. King and family.
and Four Girls, if you don't see her upon the street, Henry illlams; \. H. Wick a
"Baseball Panromimi,- ..ohn: Frenkel don't fail to see her upon tne stage J. Bicker left for Milton Thut*v
Game: of childhood da:.s by Viola for this mysterious lady will charm day on business. -
Roch. and pantomimne ch::-ru. you with her beautiful :-oice and The sloop Vixen is on the Watson
"Little Rag" .. ...... Alice Prichett charming personality. ways, being overhauled and painted.
Doll Drill by twenty little -Iu,:. AlMiss Alma Watson, who has befn
Sting.,' -........... Hilda Griffin A TINY BABY visiting friends in Pensacola. returadd
"I Wish I Had a tGirl". ............. cant tell you in words what the trou- Wednesday on the mall boat.
......TJoin Frenkel. Sophio Schad. ble is: but if its complexion gets Mrr. Sarah Taylor is on ce sick
j"Vhen the Bugaboa Comes Around" pa.ty. if it gets weaker ani. weake-. list.
Eva Berlin Eunit e Ge:on. tBes- l.-.-s fl-'h and is cross and peevl:h
sic Robinson. 0.1 c:an b1 e-ertain that it aas worms. Shot Plug Cut, a perfect
For the Work's Sake. tV hilIs Cream Verilfe..blend of Kentucky Tobacco.
For the Work's Sake. Guaranteed harmless. Expels the,
Once when Mrs. Chilton wastrav- worm and ruts the baly in a healthy 10c.ia can at Imperial Cigar
ing about filing dat h-.zh e- a school normal condition. eCStores
teacher were talfin rising. over. Sold adl renlmende4 by W. Stores.
"Don't you get terribly tired travel- D'Alemberte. druggist and apothecary,
ins about so much? 121 South PaJafox street. Penbacola. The Girl wi. be Purple
Mrs. Chilton answered wits another i Fla. Mask is ou -.w
question. "Don't you get terribly tired a
teaching schoolT Thatr2-Button Tan Ox- T I u
"Yes. I do," was tlie frank admi.- Tn aTOe 1106Lift.
saon. "I am tired to death of it. ford, with that Oozq Top, is Pasaerby--Se Ile! you are tjr
Sometimes I make up my mind I will a peach;the asn's very danys a e or a dime the
drop it and try something else." days ago.
"'Ah!" said Mrs Chilton. "That is latest, shown by the Modern Beegar-ye1, air: but do me best,
the difference between us. Y.ou are Sho0 StOre I otau t kefat se xpIniMses lower tbh
tired of it; I am tired by it: and you Shoe Store, oppotC p t- 3 1- eef 4 iy.--Houoton Post.
'would ive no your work because vou Office. JOURNA-
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