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 21, 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: VID01246
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
lccn - sn 87062268
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pleasures of unofficial social life. He By Aociatedp ress.
0** ************0 Is always in the position of having New York. ov. 20.-Eleven RASI- P V T A
-7 T1 ,, ^ A "TT ...... A T-- ^.- *- rV ^ to hold back his personal opinion of children, including a babe in # ., --... t k A .lJq.
REPUBLICANS WILL ATTEMPT TO INVESTIGATE events and individual: he longs for re- ams, ere caugh in coat of T(
SQUACK DOCTORS tirement and he looks forward to the policemen early today after AD WN T
.TO DEFEAT OREGONyS SENATOR i pany and the cultivation of his per- dows by terrified mothers as M
|* 0 New Orleansa 20.- sonal tastes. fire ragedin a tenement in By A ste- P,,. Mr_. Gtn wa
TN I". ----_--7'.-'; ...-- W illiamsburg. las night on. Seneca.-, st-eet.Ages i, a-W iutiiambug
ete res. Chargicate for sithe federature amon e er grand jury JUDGE TAFT WILL VISIT One boy of ten years per- Ki a, N a d husband when a
Portland, Ore., Nov. 20.-The Union voters of the state documents reliev- the Unaited States ort. in- FRIENDS IN AUGUSTA, GA. ished. last night on Seneca street A e repl to a uet
Repuolican Club. the most influential ing members of the legislature who structed them to investigate .v Associated Pr + tom the third oor a mother b Gatlin, the wife of dward Gat abot osf her ahs
Republican Club in this state, last signed the -Statement No. 1" pledged # the mis-use of maus by Augusta. Ga-. Nov. 20.-Landon A. tossed her baby but It w Terre Hute, Ind., is under arrest, alleged, replied:
night. through its executive commit- to vote for Governor Chamberlain. # "quack" doctors, whom he de- .* Thomas. residing on Sand Hills. a caught by a policeman un- charged with ring the fatal bot. te blonde toigl
tee. endorsed the fight that is being The resolution of the Union Repub- scribed as "advertising to do 4 suburb of Augusta, today received a scratched. Mrs. Gatln was captured a few mia- is said, whiuped
ade against Governor George E. Iean Club Is generally conceded to what no physician could do, telegram from Judge Taft accepting Ten other children were drop- utes after the shooting while trying to fired two shots, o
Chamberlain. popular nominee for mean .that the fight has been taken up prevent race suicide." an invitation to become his guest. ped into the coats that the re- force an entrance to a saloon nearby, Kinney heart.
United States senator, and passed a and will be pressed by the Repub-. Jud Taf and famiv will arrive De- serves nasuy uppe o. where her husband was i a here from Terr
asoluioa indoranl the movewemt to Ms .LrtN srs-**te s, JS Sa t. 1 * * tiA S A A' S 01 ce.uRal Aq- X ** *dikk &IA..##sidc 'room. a
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-- Terrific Explosion of m PupilS Strike When Went on S
Crp Exi;nation of Jno. Six Miners Dead, a Yor Street sN A Moind,
D. Rom-feller, Brgs Explosion. NCgroes Are Adm tted Ship
- May Fac.. Many Are Entombed
ET SUR ACM n By Anlocmated Pres. The negroee were refused admit- A iWANT 10 1
STREET SURFACv -. Grand Rapids.,Nov. 20.-The junior t ace to the school when the season
EARN D. MORE THAN By A eociatod Pr.. t miners that at least sixty-four men L -.--- l class in the Grand Rapids Veterinary opened and applied to the courts. C1
SButte, Mont., Nov. .--Fire in the are still in the most dangerous part LI FOR K" i 2 ., College was suspended today until Judge Perkins, of the county circuit C
M TM 1O? Northwest Imlprovement Compay's. of the mine sad it is impossible for ____ next Tuesday, following a strike of court Tuesday mandamused the school
09W49M IN 10 mi7 e at Red Lodge today caused the the rescuers to get near them'We pres- thirty-four me er of the class when management to admit the negroes as
death oR nes oay. s eeuat. The are S terrific, Judgingfr Workmen Were two neo stu s resumed their thcollege a quasi bc nste Did NotGiv
.eahosixmiersetomete volume smoke and flames emit-We studies today., and had no riht to dicriminate
-This Amount Was Declared many oers. The members of the tina from the entrance. Coal cars Water Main When a rk Intentions
Are department and volunteers ree- and lumber are ablaze and the darn-
as Dividends and the Bal- edmore than a hundred men, many age to the property will be heavy. Came min Contact Wa if Request
S. whom were Injuree -r completely An iron pipe line has been laid into ,. l
anc Of Earnings P Mned -u cd All will recover. the miae sad there is now a flow of Leaking Gas Ma i e D. l TS IN USTI ed-Sever
Sto tha Ca w and sua ToighIt Is stated by rae rescued -water yt on t* he oames. Dead Buried Uity UIILUI UIIU llUUIIII charging
Fund-Combine Acn ccptd Feet of Earth and as Loadi
n*G Fais 5 UOF JUSEPH 8Ud iA Now Idle.
-FIESOF' JOSEPH o k on Tma

mPru nirn r--nnruiv -- nf CINI71TIAl Pl Fl AI iuisvill &'-,+.-
So y e fe* er, t- H oll ll llllll N e ork believeto. ve P ed ORGANIIl TION PLE I F JO i
mess for. the n the govern- vsRe I UWIU i1 0U U vuvULR0wLU .-4. pe The
meat sait t the Btandard Oil in an explosion of gas which toe up .-- -oraIug eand
compalraiu, l i u a ofg _re, of - t a great seAction of Gold streets 1rok-. ,dm , doeo t
e S r era sel ak yntotday. itaidektet ta Creditors of the "Fish Trust" In Address Before Conven- eyd o
wasM y the heade I Afteen persons were buried ndmer a Not Only Oppose This tion at Atlanta He Said .uimu ns
the b1oa was still Lehin cross $ *. hundred tons ot earth linl tabers __-- 1.^ U-,. NW is th e s-oai =.kt' .;+.
example oan te eraw that the com- thrown into the air by tb M aloSn, Movement, But May Lay NOW IS the P-ycholOgical which is s-eat
Sdisdvantag oIts ival. Report of Receiver A of Prop- Owner of Times-Dicpatch, T e. the failure of Booth & Co Moment t Impr Upon the
=ecbwfeler's crgs l-w al lr -ItHon winSu- missing.oTCone exaca num be en Bef or the C theI t, v .hich a s a a
At -1be- SueUnti atS erty Reveal That the Chi- and Man Who Had Su- cannot be determined at Before the Cook County the People the Necessity a
ioins eme l oi cago Man Swinledt Cus- cessfully Lnwiched and for those working to the en Grand Jury For Investi- ofa More Liberal Policy in t* *4es*
Surw~lt be IttotolRnbed bodies mustdg anye a e
tvr tatof sthe co i- ti. Out. of Twice the Managed Many Industries feet of rock a tangleof o aton. E__ati w
iThe ew~mmu earning power of the Amont He Acknowledged in the South, Passes Away ttimbers. .. Be, whi
egbiae w* aoArply brought eat to The explosion occurred t ty- By Associated Press By Aeaedate Presc stores, Is not aJ
today's heart x when Rockefeller, W en R Surindered. of Heart Trouble. foot deep excavation r been ao Nov. 20-At a meeting. of Atlaa Ga. NO. -The Padsg Thsea, is t
water statta tat the Stada pai madb in Gold street.hao, YorkNov 2-A ng p tlaterts of the sovaT were iv- Tis i
.ae-hatintoi $ i** and Pront street where =Ia& the creditors' committee of the bank- trpialene attoitS on The e vamer ia o
M it iMad earned teach more. my AsMAeat P r e*mBy AsMeclated Pr was being laid. A gas qmah d re- ers, behind closed doors in the Cm- the National hoeet for the Pmo of soda the
nTM woas ufi to the capital an Ch Nov. .-Alter an examl- RichmoRd, Vs., Nov. 20.-Josepch gently sprung a leak a .aa Exchaage National Bank of Chicago, ton of ladustrial Education. a eym
stplls, S Was tated b ath gov- maties the varlbwes dojamets In the Byn unknown a spark came I the .uanfayct nrand poesdentau ly to r3
Soe to be. $300.0,066. It 1ea ot Pet" Van vlmgen, con- Bryeas, owner of the Times-Dispatch nthe escaping gas today. n o te question was y 'd manufacturer ad o at et to i
w trther ate Keaegg that evicted forer. of -mortgages and trust died here suddenly toalght. He was there was a terrific epie t lift- it is said, of asking the state's attor- b education of Col-ba. em of th w
l e40q y with the sa t eight deeds, on his owa ogamessoM, Wil- sixty-t4ree years of ae and had been ed the surface of tbmp e t Sor half ney to use his odg met of laytla the yi a plea for a broad pdoliy iS~ ~e Lasville si
.ima0a0UK ed Uhalf blilon dollars. Uam C. Niblack, vies president of the dgerosly m with heart trouble for a block in both d aied lure of A. Booth & Co., known as trial education: 'oks. e fat
SRockeWlter was qoestmIoni Chicago Title sad Trust conpny. re- m e dirt, paving stones .and deb the '" .e past twelve moth. re .a t of the
t in the rebates whh elers for tare Van VMasinage prop- several days. air. A woman and tra the "nah tstr before the Cook coa- roght p ome to eery tttn from i t
Was dalred the tog eries He a well known throughout the were almost oppose ty grad jury. land or reliable exrt Want
X iaawmq to P mt3 *Sest and there are many large en- when te earth ther This diseassion of criminal action, it need for Americah gooda wi h ru
httet umde theons v of wat a ws'as conoestrimina l t----oIte
L __a-M -_re- _X >l I itig- IT tn --ei -terprisep In the South today presper- o and tywe rnarati ii ss-, came after a fial salt of the lRer the stahilty theil t B
5^''9S W' o "CE o- rgd lon.pi91 0 da1 c t b-us s sir of thela w Sfth7=tiaedt ore osw-wewl recete T is of s race and e t M -
v ergSeL u ar0n or "n b I II. I lt orllMesing *ad coyewectmg business. s ide oi the store y 1 claimed. only 35 cents on the dollar. tors. l t-e
t. rearlemr lvwldn ot recall m Ti i ge no-r trhee of thRichmond- rLoco-h ,wo t as started shortly aftercat to I rn
---he rebates Imo e tt ftIIIf7aj titvejhe tbme coaducted it suc- i e. o-the *fsh trust" -was thrown sritnto the oar topeg e pest w
atl h e t m igt hA Iie t 4 oeditly and ressainled as managing of water s1ot up from th hagds o. The receivership dimo tre aie ninh th q caaps 7 1
at thi ime. L ireitor after its absorption by the [the street and the,upply of water ad cosed the facts that Chi pdcago.- New r-s c ne p ed o e
GRAZING LANMM IN NEW M S American Locomotive Company. He gas bad to be shut off before the work co d th aser thes hae ewiln tohrtl cent of tke forenys

!bwnlng country are flghting with n-^E_ O EUEUIUE, ENE wa.y. aheNorth Btrmintham oand Company. intaI aUuW aeempt the 35 cents on the dollar ratn- h ,|||ll Ila J. eI doh ep.
Mback XICO AR propeRNNty. o was a director in the Southern Rail one of rescue could proceed. Yo er than allow a reraizattioneld $,6o e w erne1 preAnted a witt
oss of Tex,s reported. 20... the -A aouths greaofstest philanthropistaton oftheEquitableLife Asur- concern andof the establishment a bankers, it s sad, der o
e hundred square miles of grazing e Soerved ety he w as selected as one cared s inkin impossible to epay effect a reorbte- Europe in wh one of
land lying north of Roswel N. ., i of thedirectors. He was also direcganizaton as desired by W. Vernon posed of tat
on re and ranchmen liv0- ing Inhat the or in the loss-Sheffield Company an Com y WiBooth and assert they are willing to Lucky Henry R
burning county are fightiug with the North Birmingham Land Company. accept the 35 cents on the dollar rath- I J J K
back fires to save their property. No B oMe Seller of That State Mr. Bryan was recognized as one or er than allow a re-organization of the presented a writi
loss of life is reported. the South's greatest philanthropists. concern and the establishment of a M Ater A. s. Co
SAVEFOESTHaveMany ConditionS He served through the civil war In the sinking fund to pay off the indebted- In which one of
Washington, Nov. 20.-That the abo. to Comply With.C. anyA0orfelyl0,o
lItion of the tariff on lumber is neces- B docks was made.
sary to save American forests from commi n-,cati
destruction is the assertion of fores- peclal te Ti* JewmaL h fl L III
try experts who appeared today be- New Orleans, Nov.. 20.-Attorney- UIIII I ll ln I IIii iS Reply of
fore the committee on wayw and General Gain yesterday sent out from $5,00,000 Concern is to Be tplyin, to y
means of the house, which is conduct- ew Orlns to all district II the 2th inst., b
ug the ta earig. wsand sheriffs of the state instructions Orman Chancellor De ess- e rk e
as to the enforcement of what Is German Chancellor Depitess- our Cetploy.R
,* **** 4 * 94 known asthe Gay-Shattuckliquor law. W ed Over Conditions n the in Few Days. (cINeW.
/ This law was passed at the last aes- -. --- sCP s
I REMAJUNg AN K*rk sion of the Loutsians assembly. The Empire-- Princess Hopes ... Aei ******
IREMAN AND attorney-general aays: 1 TNa4- 1al T-- New York, Nov. Z.-Rep-retata- * *
FLAGMAN DEAD "L quor cannot be sold to whites W to See Him Retire From Former Taimuany Chief Ar- tives of the leading independent for- WIL P
Z r^^.wnInv9 vand negroes In the same building. .r.,,{ tiliser companies of this country ane WILL PR
SBvy an. Pr... where n oe neroes the same buildings Managing Editor of New Office at an Early Date. rived Yesterday on Cin- broad will hold a series of eentsy ASSA
Tuscumbla. Ala.. Nov. 20.- served, two licenses as well as two ___ in this city during the next few days *
Albert Schmuck, fireman, and bars .will be required. Saloons will not York American. - ard Liner Lusitania to perfect vlans for the formation a, ,,Aa
4 George Roberts, flagman, were be permittedd to operate within 300 By Associated Orem. a $50000,000 stock company under the St Peters
S buried under an engine on the feet of any school or church, and Berlin,. Nov. 20.-Acting upon the New Jersey law. That the .projected Every preca
Southern railway, ten miles 4 where saloons are now operating a Assetais Prsee. advice of Chancellor von Buelow, corporation will be of an intertional taken for the
ast of here today, both being 0 within 300 feet (on a straight line) of New York, Nov. 20.-Announcement Count von Stolberg. the president of By Associated Prom*. character is suggested by the intima- of Emperor N
jA dead when removed. church or school they must move. En- is made by William Randolph Hearst the reichstag. will endeavor to pre- New York, Nov. 20.-The Cunarder tion that Herman Schmidtaann, of follow on foot
S The engine .was running trances to saloons must be from the vent all reference to Emperor William liner Lusitania. with Richard Croker. Germany, is to be Its first president. ng the body
* 'light" en route to Hillsboro street only. Where a bar is operated owner of the New YMork' American and for the present, inr the reichstg dis- former Tammany chief on board, It was stated that the company's Alexis, who 4
* to relieve a disabled engine in connection with a grocery. a wall the New York Evening Journal and cussions. This course has been de- .rnn hai .n siht stock wiln he divided evenly in pr*e- cently. It Is fe
* there, and when within a mile must separate the two. Dice-throwing other publications in Boston. Chicago, cided upon in order to quiet public dock.hs monn angeen si ferred and common shares and that teo 4 may be assa
* of Leighton. turned over. or any form of gambling in saloons San Francisco and Los Angeles. that feeling and to lessen th" opportunities ed south of Fire Island shortly after bonds will be issued. The Tennessee d'en reglmel
* will be prohibited. The law will go the Hon. John Temple Graves, of for agitaution. The chancellor will midnight. In connection with Mr. Copper Company and the banking be extended i
S* **4 * * * * into effect January 1, 1909." Georgia, 2as been made editor in speak at the end of the month on the Croker's visit it has become known house of Lewisohn Bros.. of this City, entire route o
chief of the New York American question of his responsibi-ity and the t Charles F. Murphy. the presn are understood to be the prime movers .
Mr. Graves recently made the race meaning of his recent audience with t Ch.a. ".. fe project. rs y .4
CARNEGIE WI TI LL AD OCATE for vice president on th' Independ- the emperor. Tamman, leader, has gone to Mount .
V^, |V\I~ vjIL W ^JLIf "\lJfV rl. L ence party ticket, the party which Chancellor von Buelow is reported Clemens. Mich., for a rest. He will not
was organized by Mr. Hearst. Pre- today to be nervously depressed and return, it is sail. until December. This EIGH'l-iT 'YEARS FORt] T LAR.
RE O '\/- 7A L r'\ T'A TITIT" f'%'kT O P g'jT vious to beFing a candidate Mr. more than ever d-posed to resign Richrd Croker's flrst visit 1 the ltahJel I m a .V ..
R ~l[LvJVliL. U''r JL AIi 'T tJ[ l 0 1t AJ J. Graves was one of the editorial writ- from office when a ,ood opportunity .nited States since 1905 when he __ _
ers on the New York American. hay- arises. iHe is more ,asily tired now came over to attend the funeral hi THIRTY DhVi FOR
ing resigned as editor of the Atlanta than before his recent illness. 'on "IHIJo Y k-led inY S S A FOR S -
By Associated Press. hitting the American steel industry Georgian to accept tee position on Princess von Buelow. on the occa- monhil, a wMidnt in aloritda
New York. Nov. 20.--Questioned and that he intended to describe this the American. sion of a reception to the women of il accident in Floia. y s
concerning an article by him on the in detail in the forthcoming article. The elevation of Mr, Graves to the Ithe diplomacy corps a few days ago, h a. g y o at .20-eh d a third, and eight
tariff which is soon to appear in a When seen last night Mr. Carnegfe position of editor in chief fat the New remarked several times that she Chi cago, Nov. 20.-Thirrty days m tenrtary for a m
New York magazine. Andrew Carnegie said. "The article has been an- York American shows the high es- hoped that she and her husband soon jail for man charged with murder, pa o boot be
declared that he advocated the re- bounced in the usual fashion and it teem in which fLe Georgian is held by would be able to go away. T NW Y R V KS OPS who had slashed his victim's throat wee sentences
oval of the entire tariff on steel. Mr. will speak for itself in a few days. It Mr. Heart. Mr. Graves will be in The prince says his official duties *- X, with razor, stabbed another man in anjty winhe La
Ca:-negic's attitude was sought in view is a companion article to the one on entire charge of the editorial policies allow him no time for indulging his WERE HEROES -th a razor, s cubed another man in ants in the LAke
of a report that he had decided that "rates and rebates' which I wrote for of the paper, personal tastes. He has no oppor- __ *- the abdomen and crushed the skuU of at Hammond, Ind
theb tariff could be removed without the same magazine." unity for reading, for art. or for the .



ts earchng for her
he met Kinsey. In
en as to the where-
sband, Kinney, it Is
"'Oh, he's out witl
ht." Mrs. Gatlin, 1
out a revolver and
one of which pleed. .
The GatHis eame,
- Haute five week.

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strike Yesterdayl
and Work on
s Ceased.


e Notice of Their
to Quit Work
Was Not Grant,'
al Ships Disg
Cargoes as Well
ig There, Are

gona, Commandancia
street docks of .,e
hvUlle, Is practically
Sthe result of a strike
wen working at those
Ike occurred yest6r
Very little work was
the day. the Iorewen
se docks and a few
ken the places of the
the steamship Bertha,
urging a cargo of ma-
steamship Manchuria,
wWo of kaianit, was
olutely no work was
ise. at the docks last
ieen the custom for
ritish steamship Han.
eh Is takflg on naval
fected by the strike.
belig loaded by the
1 Stores Co-pany.
i the cargo of nitrate
steaamship Ca wa
WT morning.
men and luabermen
d in the strikem, but
wk Is beinadoem at
ad NAhavMle rafroad
that cotteo trucker*
strikers preents cot-
sent to the alis.
at r4 ,
i ._e a -- -e 43 at 9
e reast t i

o safds 10
22e- om-0. T IT
-2 per 4dW.
are areeted tW the
follows i ttheir

e unergaladnisc os
a, WBI Streety, Bisro
eiliford, alaopn Kelly,
d Jones. all colored.
ten request to Whart
c yesterday morning,
ther committee said
demand for $2 per
r performed on the
Mr. Cox's reply to
on, addressed to the
is follows:
ar communication of
eg to state that we
Smen who have left
urn to work and any
on Pat* Twe.)

clatd Prom.
burg, Nov. 20.- *
nation has been
safety tomorrow o
;icholas, who will V
L the hearse bear- *
of Grand Duke A
lied in Paris re- *
ared the emperor 9
salnated, and a *
its of troops will *
n a solid line the *
f three miles.



it years in the penal
an who had stolen a
cause he had none,
posed yesterday ,by
led the two defend*
county superior court



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Longshoremen Stop Work
on Three L. & N. Wharves
S L a ie(Continued Frm First )
complaints or requests will receive
careful consideration.
One lot Of Fine "A. S. COX.
N $ 2pi t -"Wharfmaster."
S oS $4 Value, Specal $at O One member of the committee said
last night that the railroad company
St f S 3 was not notified that the men would
Slot-o f a icS h OS$ 3 strike if the 10 per cent cut in their
i ^ $3o,50 valus 1 a wages was no restored. He also said
and $350 alues, I thatMr. Cox wa requested on te 5t.
of November to pay the rate of wages
received before the cut, but that he
was not notified at any time that K
strike would occur if their demands
were not granted. He further said
that Mr. Cox did not name the date on
SC which the cut would be restored and
that no ftrrther action was taken by
the men in the matter until yesterday
morning, when they quit work. When
On otOfrnthe committee waited on the wharf-
master yesterday morning he informed
Sho $1 to $2 values, Special7them that be was powerless to act in
Vthe matter, but would report it to the
officials of the railroad company.
One lot Girls Shoes, 1.50 C 00-, Are Not Organized.
t $2 va L Special at $ The men on strike ate not organized
to m V OPCal $2 and the strike resulted by an agree-
ment on the part of the men not to
work at the prevailing rate of wages.
--- The strikers and sympathizers met
men on their way to the docks yester-
day and asked them not to go to
i |work until the matter of pay was set
als for B ted This action on the part of the
l s f r strikers caused Wharfmast-r Cox to
apply to Marshal Sanders yesterday
$ afternoon for plain clothes men to
On tlot of BOys Sh oes $2 prevent the men from picketing the
Stocks. Marshal Sanders informed
to 3 Val e S n him that he was without authority in
alu at the matter and referred him to John
G. Oliver, chairman of the Board of
Our centre line of $125 Boys' 9 8 Public Safety- Up to a late hour last
night Mr. Cox had not called on Mr.
ts, Sp al at under normal conditions work on
ships loaded with import cargoes is
rIcontinued night and day until the car.
SCCS n Clothing. goesare unloaded, but the two steam-
ships with cargoes of this kind now
at the railroad docks were not worked
last night. Wharfmaster Cox refused
to discuss the strike yesterday when
asked what steps the railroad com-
ipn any would take to break the strike.
p c Only One "BROMO QUININE"
INE. Look for the signature of E. W.
n Ot Ot eS J6 and \ $2OGROVE. Used the World over to
O l fsa$Cure a Cold in One Day. 25C.
$2.50 Shod, Special at

One lot of Men's Wthite Stiff THE ALSKA
Bosom Shirts, $1 value, Specal 6 c

Special Prices on Men's Clothing EPDSITIDN

Bg reduction on entie stock Is Practically Certain Now
That Everything Will Be
of Men's Overcoats, Cravrn- Completed by Open-

cttes, and Top Coats Date.
Secilal to The Journal.
Seattle, Nov. 20.-From the present
"____ ___-__- g___ __ __ indications it is practically certain
that the Aeaska-Yukon-Paciflc exposi-
|Th wluaeSat AiA time thought it tion to be held in Seattle from Jnie
EW I US prW vob .& mM n oet atorebut to my 1 to October 15 of next year, will
a n t when aI* t up ilve or have the distinction of being the fl:t-:t
six silet salesman as a side world's fair to be completed in cury
ILI- T rsix slleot taik a m ases 0 IL-side it detail by the opening date.
SIMT oon dspe y thomhts d I According to official figures just
gi ealy s rprised a&t your having cor- given out the construction of the
age e4ougb to put o uch -nmoney in a buildings and grounds is now seventy-
PdLg store. permanent buildings, to become the l
It certainly shows you have a live property of the University of Wash- t
"tow tWo bc k y t-p and must carry a ington at the close of the fair, the an-
He Likes Advertisement of very large assortment of goods. Had ditorium, fine arts and machinery hall,
I thought and looked back on the or- are entirely complete. '
Pensacola Business House ders you favored us with I would The plans for the federal buildings
have sealed that you must have had have been approved and con'.racts for
and Tells Why a fle store, the construction will be awarded with-
*i 9Your bank building certainly is a in the next thirty days, with a tinm.' t
credit to the town. and I am sure you limit for completion set for March 1, a
are all proud of it. of next year.
Recently the First National Bank Thanking you for favoring us in the The grounds are n exceli-nt shape
Issued an attractive little booklet de- way you .have, I am, even at this early date. A large sec- t
scriptive of its new building and con- Yours very truly, tion of the green lawns hias already
training the advertisements of several W. P. RITCHEY. been laid out and a u:,raber of the t
edg P o bsiness ouse. W IS S AR SWEET? winding paths have beon completed.
leading Pensacola business ,houses. WHY IS SUGAR SWEET? There are more tha'i a million
That the booklet is attracting favor- If sugar did not dissolve In the plants now in the green houses ready
able attention to the .bank. the city, mouth you could D .taste the sweet. for transplanting, and the mild climate I
and the advertisers is evident from GROVE'S TASTElJ CHILL TONIC of Puget Sound makes it possible to
the following letter just received by is as strong as the strongest bitter o h t mreha d t the du
W. A. Rawis. of the Crystal Pharmacy: tonic, but you do ct-'tau the bitter .et out the mr a t these dur-
Bruen. Ritchey & Co. Wholesale because the inhetants do not dis- ing the winter month. .
Drugists. Importers of Drugs and solve in the moutb, but do dissolve The Sad Fate of Maudl. t
Drnggists Sundries. 212 & 214 Fulton readily in the acids of the stomach. "Curious about Mandie Wtitching-
Bt., New York, N. Y. Is just as good for (>'wn People im ton isn't it?" a
Mr. Wm. A. Rawls, Pensacola. Fia. for Childre." l The Fi!St aid O "Whats happened to her?"
My Dear Mr. Ra'wls: I am in re- h a Se did te S alome dance for two t
ceipt of the descriptive souvenir is- for J0 yer 5 seasons and then while attending a
sued by the First National Bank and The Victima. church wedding caught a cold that

notice the photo of the CrystalPhar- The racket whie-a disturbs you is has developed into double penumo- se
maWy. made by the people who are knocking nia."-Chica.go Record-Herald.
When you were here I noticed that for admission to (he Down and Out
u were very proud of the Crystal Club.-Chicago Record-Herald. O Subscribe for The Journal n
Suscrbe fr T e jo maLA w






Most Singular

Ever Recorded, Comes to
Light in Atlanta.

The Atlanta Constitution of recent
date contained the following:
One of the most singular coinci-
dences, ever recorded in the experi-
ence of the medical world happened
yesterday -when two men, each living
in a separate state came to Atlanta
to be operated upon for the same in-
jury to the same .portion of the body
at exactly the same time.
The two men figuring in this story
are F. Brown, of Carrabelle, Fla-
and E. A. Thompson. of Suite. N. .
Several days ago Mr. Brown weA
struck in the eye with a .piece of steel
which caused hhn so much alarm ar.d
pain that he came to Atlanta WVednes-
day morning and had a well-known
oculist examine the wound. Mr.
ThonRpson sustained a similar injury
at almost the samwtime, and came to
Atlanta Wednesday morning, at the
same time for the same purpos.'.
Both men, with their heads tied up
In bandages, stopped at the same
boarding house, iat 152 Courtland
street, owned by jrrs. Livsey. In the
meanwhile they had never seen or
heard of one another.
They both unknowingly arr-ved at
the office of the eve specialist at al-
most the same time, Mr. Brown -irriy-
Ing a -little earlier than Mr Thomp-
son. While th eye of the latter was
examined, in walked Mr. T-ompson.
and whose examination immediately
followed that of Mr. Brown. The ocu-
list announced to each of the two in-
jured men that it was necessary thet
the injured eyes .be removed. 0
'1 ne operation was performed in th
Atlanta College of Physicians and Strr-
geons yesterday, the same physicians
working on .both patients. They w re
given the anaesthetic at the same
time. and the physicians by this time
had become aware of the coincidence
In the two cases, an decided to make
separate inquiries among the two
men, just to see if any other of their
experiences coincided.
As they were coming frort und-r
the anaethetic influence, both men. in
answering the physicians. said that
they had been married twice: that
they uere members of the
church, and that they both "ang.
After the operation was completed.
the Grady ambulance was called. Mr.
Thompson and Mr. Brown were both
placed in it, and carried to their board-
ing house on Courtland street. There
they were placed in separate beds in
the same room, and given similar *n-
structions in regard to their recover:,.
It is said that Mr. Thompson and
Mr. Brown have become good friend-
since their misfortunes have become
known to each other. Up to ihe time
they arrived in Atlanta, they hadl
never seen or heard of each other be-

A Chance Shot.
To the turkey that was tame epi
cures the country over prefer the tur-
key that was wild. However. clergymen
ire notoriously not epicurean in their
tastes, and a certain Methodist preach-
er in Baltimore had once definitely
expressed a preference for the domes-
tic bird. .Accordingly, when, one day
last winter, he accepted an invitation
to dine with a member of his congre-
gaton, that member. in ordering the
dinner of the colored servant, laid
stress upon this point.
"Now remember Ezeziel," he com-
manded. "Dr. Four-hly likes domestic
tOrkey. You will therefore discon
inue yc'ur usual practice, and get not
a wild hut a tame one."
"Yassir." noded the darkey.
"I'nderstand?" repeated the host-to-
be. "a domestic turkey."
Again the negro astetuted. and, I
hough the family funds were at a low;
hhb. the dinner of his providing proved
most elaborate. How so little money
went so far was a mystery-until the
host began to carve the turkey.
Then a thimbleful of shot rolled out
ipon the platter.
"Ezekiel." said the host severely,
I thought I told you to get a domes-
ic turkey."
"Yassir." said Ezekiel. '5That there's
I domestic turkey. I knows it."
"But.' objected the host, "look at
be shot in it."
Ezekiel grinned sheepishly.
"Yassir." he stammered. "'Ah-Ah
eems 'em. sir; but them thar shot
wasn't meant fer the turkey. .sir; they
ras meant for me."-Saturday Eve-
ing Post. -

There is a new material out for di-
rectoire gowns which has a colored
satin foundation and is striped with
black. It is wide enough to cut to ad
vantage, and is good looking.
Coats of striped suiting have the
pocket flaps, collar and revers of plain
material. These coats are made
twenty-two inches long and are in-
tended for shopping or school cats
The style is particularly good for the
second-best coat for the college mis's.
There seems no end to the outpour
ing of ecru net blouses with colored
embroidered dots. They are offered
by the shops, made by the dozens, and
therefore will be widely worn. They
are taking the place of whitr blouses
at present. as they wear and wash
just as well,
This is a season of soft fluffy mara-
bou. Combined with ostrich tips it
is iseJ for hat trimming and for wide
ruffs. 'Now there are capes of t to be
worn for elaborate indoor affairs and
also for evening occasions. These are
lined with a vivid satin and fastened
in front .with a large satin bow.
Furriers have brought out long coats
of reindeer skin. These are consid-
ered quite handsome And smart. They
are liped with brocade in fawn shade.
Metal buttons are used to fasten
them. They are worn for the auto-
mobile, for the street and for all
manner of afternoon affairs over good-
looking blouse suits.

Women -should not confuse the
slashed skirt with the sheath skirt.
The former is open to the knees or the
hips and is now filled in with chiffon,
not knickerbockers. The sheath skirt
is merely a tight, timlined, graceful af-
fair that falls in clinging folds from
a high ,waistband over the floor. Each
,gets its name from its appearance.
Yet they are constantly confused. *
Cloth motifs, worked with soutache.
appear upon dressy coats for cuff, cof
lar or lapel arrangement.
Lettuce-green messaline, trimmed
with green chiffon velvet and white
lace. would be suitable for an evening
frock for a young miss.
Dark cloth directoire gowns for the-
ater wear have lapels and cuffs of
bright satin. The lapels are large, the
cuffs noticeably deep and narrow.
Large loops of oable cord will be
found as a decoration -upon cloth
dresses. The satin loops are used
and trimming is for the purpose of
holding separated seams together.
A single rosette, quite large and
conspicuous, appears upon some prin-
cess dressesas as a suitable belt trim-
ming at the left front side. Often It
furnishes the chief adornment.
Red felt hats have already gained
an inning and they are trimmed with
satin ribbon in similar shade. They
are intended for misses in their teens,
or rather dressy school ha:s.
Soutache everything and you will
be in fashion's good books. There are
actually evening shoes made of velvet
and satin with the most delicate
traceries upon them in the narrowest
of braids.
Dead-rose satin, made in a surplice
directoire, with a yoke of white filet
and white filet beneath the side-slash-
ed seam. would be smart with a black
satin rosette at the crossed surplice
front. which is a little to the left
front side. The long satin en.s shouhil
be of different lengths and knotted
three inches from the ends. A wide
black satin ribbon is fastened around
the collarless filet yoke.
A Morris chair in weathered oak is
not expensive. The leather is not
real, but In the bachelor man's or
bachelor maid's den it has the same

Bisbee, Ariz., Nov. 20.-Territorial
financiers gathered in force at Bisbee
today to begin the annual session of
the Arizona Bankers' Association.
Prominent bankers declare that Ari-
zona is facing a season of unprece-
dented prosperity and that the next
year vill witness the most r-mark-
able era of development in the ,his-
tory of the territory. Practically all
of the bankers are in favor of immedi-
a'e statehood for Arizona and -ill
urge such action upon congress at its
next session.
Had Him Frightened.
"Oh." she said% as he red her to a
seat. "I could die waltzing."
"Well." he replied. "to tell you the
truth. I was afraid, owing to the way
you breathed, that you were going to."
-Chicago Record-Herald.
One Before Him.
"I am the parent of mechanical in-
vention." boasted the pulley. "Ex-
cuse nhi'." lit
havi_ tWic r.)tcr '




TheABC and X Y Z of


usbySr iy nyowr 26 e.. fei No. 9 9

The man who succeeds must fill his job so full
that he bulges out a little at the top; where people
can see him. The successful store must do the same
thing, only in a different way.

The goods must be on hand; the prices must be
right; the service must be commendable; the trading
must be square; the kind of square that has four
equal sides and four right angles.

Every successful store has its tr2demprk whether
the merchant knows it or not. Its advertising and its
service have created a public sentiment in its favor
which neither reverses nor fire nor time can obliter-
ate. Nine times out of ten this trademark is the
store's biggest asset.

Much of the ordinary store advertising is a hand
to-mouth sort of business; an effort to make tomor-
row's sales equal to today's or yesterday's; and this
is just as true of the department store as of the small-
er shop. The advertisement appears in the morning
and the merchant figures out the net results in the
evening. It is true that the bargain advertisement
of today is of little, if any, use next week. It is for-
gotten in twenty-four hours; but if the store makes
a feature of genuine bargains, then each bargain sale
helps to advertise the bargain department. The
advertising ought to be done in such a way as to
permanently advertise the department as well as to
emphasize the bargains of the day.

Don't go at it as if you were advertising an
auction sale. As I said at the outset, your store is the
seed in the soil; the advertising is the rain and the
sunshine. Inexperienced advertisers dig up the seed
every evening to see if. it is growing; or pull up the
young plant by the roots because it didn't bear fruit
or flowers the first week.

It is safe to say that not more than one-third of
the people are looking for bargains; the other two-
thirds are looking for quality and style. The very fact
that the goods are offered at bargain prices leaves the
impression that there is sovotetiug wrons wilb the
quality or that the style is a season behind. G"od
advertising should enable a merchant to sell $20 coats
at $25 instead of $25 coats at $12.50; in other words,
it should create confidence rather than doubt. As in
stocks and bonds, the securities quoted above par are
always more desirable in the thought of the investing
public than are those quoted at a discount

Advertising is a tremendous force which in action
contradicts all pechounical laws. The circumferace
and speed and working power increase, w te
motor r,.mai, the same. "

Make your advertising continuous. This is the
first great secret of success. Copy andmit'u U
circulation are all subordinate to 'reeping -v-jIg
at it..-

(coyrritit. IS. by TribmiCoPe s, Chlc o.)
** *

Business men should not over-

look the fact that The Weekly

Journal is a splendid ad med

"A word to the wise," etc.








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Glass, China, Granite, Tinware, Toys, Etc. Ask Your

Your Neighbors' Friends in Regard to Our Sale.





55 degrees at 5:3 a. m. Lest year on
the eame dat. the naiunm was 74
^---- d agae n a usol- eagrees.
,TP n rae ='a Sm r Taxtol date Is
66 degrees sad the average manim.'-

Chas. W. PAyn, general organizer
for the Btheherh d of Carpenters and
SJoinTers is la the ciy on a Lt to t.he

E ghteen caste were arosetedn the
YftMtrial In the recoirdrs court yesterday.
St dosts feferhsatmwee o found
guilty, one was dischargedand two

e authorities. pPines r to the a u t Of

Mecano u ntt. Womyn ta' da e ofor dhrgn fire tom en the
$64 were uassessedn
The case of Hlilliard Perkins ,a ne-
Sro boy charged with sa varant, was nring

~~~trr-- a tfrom his stepfather, was cay lle b d Recd e
recorder's ,-rt yesterday and be
Sas turned ier eto the countyauthor-
ties to await preliminary hearing.
Coleman Jones was fined $3 and
costs in the recorder's court yester-day
quiy dpelnaot lhytrit Wonervo day for discharging fito reams in then
Ofbd C1iitra, hystericW, and ity lrphy, ofts. Henry Fair was fin, ed $
I they are driven to distract and costs for the same offense.
t atve the slightest provocation. t Monday. e ngr. of
rs. Matti understand why a 3eorge WBerry, arrested on thea
nl bet San To em ina a aW y's ;charge of being avagrt ant, was pse-

"sFor two y- ao. I themlis fom the tyos -
worst of f e iteced to 30 days A PZE C ail by RecoKE MAKER er
was alost drivn a mti o Johnsohingn ych is Blue Ribbon vceanilla. Any

te morphise would delieveme. Lyd housekeepended if he leaves thfine cake ifty at
d ctly uponthe orgta cted, es Blue Richard C bbonor, a marine stationed
torlngat health normalconditin to at the navy yard, was fined $10 and
thdemewe which 'wil costsILIn the recorder's court yesterday
akly le l a t ric4, er for attempting to assault Sergeant
from l 0ts n id her S chIS Mrphy, of the hospital corps, with a

reedy for iemadney Kahnias tendered his ee R-
ahe l Mive M t sera to steamship anteo, to take efect one
.b .o tm fuaa next Monday E. Jr., to gerect of

Mrs. Mattl s bnhaver, 315 r- two-storyavannah will succeed Mr. Kahnwelling, 28 feet,
-do21st St., Parssg,tey,i who resi corned ,o accept another posi-
For two years I suered ete.tion.
wors. forms f feminine ills, until I A PRIZE CAKE MAKER.
W almost drivte frantic. Nothing Such isBarc Blue Ribbon vanilla Any
but morphine would believe me. Lyda housekeeper can make finove cakelling
I PllMkha' s Vegetable Oa from she uses Blue ofbbon Vanlia.
brought me health and happ anes ad
made me a well women.' BUILDING PERMITS
For thirty ei lydia s I pink. _____

from roots and herbs,e h bee e. The following permits were Issued
stand& 1reMady fDr fW5e ffi yesterday by Building Inspecter Ren-
owomqwho haysbe NW troubled with To James Harris to erect a one-
adrnIcenwntsIuflmm, 'q Ulcers. story frame dwelling, 22x31.6 feet, on
____ -tm _the corner of L and De~oto streets.
11W eft Art=. ,= To 3. W. Bullock, Jr., to erect a
viens Q two-story frame dwelling, 20x28f eet,
_ddotiI~"imJ'9neyUM t on the corner of Barcelona and De-
biond~szinessBOrnTvOM jAw~aihratl0. Soto streets.
Why don't u try it ? To J. W. Bullock, Jr., to erect a two-
] rs. P16nb m Iu es -all lek story frame dwelling. 29x41 feet, on
Wmuesa to write her for advise. North Barcelona street, near DeSoto.
She baa i t mm a t to To R. C. Douval to move a dwelling
* hemat. Ejal, MaMa. from the corner of Magnolia undG U

J. R. Keeling, who has been in Pen;
saeola tor the past two weeks, left
Tlmarudap gthtfor Panama .:-where he
Is to resume his duties, He will take
a steamer'at New Orleans.
..- 9
T. M. MicCall. of Brewton. was
*mongThe business visitors to the city
yesterday who registered at the Mer-
* *
Mr. and Mrs. G. Ross Cone of New-
ark. 0.. are in the city and registered
at the )merchants.
T. B. Crossland, of Mobile, is in the
city on a business visit.
Joe and Jack Stone, who are now
residing in New York, are in Pensa-
cola. having been called here by the
serious illness of their father, P. Stone.
* *
The Pensacola and Fort Barrancas
teams are to 'play a game of ball on
the Barrancas diamond Sunday after-
noon. The game was scheduled for
last Sunday, but the weather was in-
clement and it was postponed.
The maximum temperature at Pen-
sacola yesterday was 71 degrees at
11:20 a. n., while the minimum was

streets to a point directly opposite
the above location.
To J. M. Coe to repair the dwelling
at 408 North DeVilliers street.
To Wm. fisher estate to repair the
dwelling at 413 West Jackson street.
To Wm. Fisher estate to repair the
building used for the storage of lum-
ber on North Tarragona street.
To C. M. eMcClure to repair the
dwelling at the corner of Cervantes
and Fourteenth avenue.
To J. C. Green to repair the dwelling
at 408 North Hayne.
To Mrs. B. Heinberg to repair the
dwelling at 27 and 29 Manrasa street.
C-y s Epectst aets .-ba
ami od" tAWL -nGo= bon am



Ptisoacr Made a Break For

Liberty, But Was Over-
taken and Captured.

Constable C.- P. Bobe fired four
shots at Henry Williams, colored, yes-
terdagy morning when the latter at-
tempted to escape waile being trans-
ferred from the city to the county
jail. None of the shots struck Will-
iams and he was captured and locked
up in the county jail on the charge
of vagrancy.
Williams had reached the gate of
the county jail waen he broke and
ran out East Main street, followed by
Constable Bobe. Williams was caught
by Marshal Banders a few minutes af-
terwards between Jefferson and Com-
mandamcta street wharves.



M. Smith, a White Man, Lost


From the

Launch Bells.

Ceafae hb t-he ea* a
aSst and gec ess rmichm
4E sunalight-fa of the life
ad view of the grain a d
mlowas mesalight. Cas-


Pensacola, Fua.

M. Smith, white, fell from the top
of the cabin of the launne Bells, Capt.
J. W. Brooks, about 1:30 p. m. Thurs-
day, and was drowned. The launch,
which left here Thqrsday for Camp
Walton. had reached a point between
that place and Mary Estaer when
Smith was drowned. The launch was
stopped, but he was drowned before
the crew could reach him. His body
was found by the crew and was car-
ried to Camp Walton, where it was
Smith was In the employ of Brooks
Bros. at Camp Walton, and was well
known in Pensacola. He was un-



Given Advise- to Weuwffi Lacklci in
Eweram and V4itWlv

Thousands of women are using toil-
et preparations unsuccessfully.
Cosmetic. fail to improve their
thick, muddy complexions or to banish
tCe pimples, blackheads and crow's-
No wonder. Their trouble lies far
deeper than the skin. They have bad
blood, and bad bboxd in 90 per cent.
of the cases arises from inflamma-
tion of the mucous membrane. Their
blood ii filled with poison Which is
certain to break out in unsightly 'u-
mors and blotches-while pale, drawn
faces, deep circled eyes, stooping
shoulders and weak backs complete
the story of suffering and despair.
Inflammation of the mucous mem-
brane iA catarrh. Banish catarrh and
complexions will clear as if by magic,
pain vanish, eyes will brighten, faces
become plump and shoulders erect.
Perfect beauty goes only wCit perfect
health. and perfect health for wo-
men can only be obtained through
Rexall Mucu-Tone, the one positive
and permanent cure for catarrh.
Mme. Swift. 44 W. 26th street, New
York City, the most .famous beauty
specialist in the world, and an ac-
cepted authority on all relating there-
to. has this to say of Mucu-Tone:
"'I can strongly endorse the claims
made for Rexall Mucu-Tone as a cure
for systemic catarrh. Its tonic ef-
fects are remarkable. It builds up
the strength and restores vitality. If
women who are tired and run down,
lacking in energy and vitality, will use
Mucu-Tone, they will praise it as I do
for strengthening and healing quall-
Rexall Mucu-Tone works through
the blood, and acting directly upon
the muco-cells--the congestion and
inflammation of which are the sole
cause of catarrh-causes them to ex-
pel the poison and to resume their
natural functions. Thus the mem-
branes are cleansed-t3he biood purl-
fle and revitalized.
We know that Rexall Mucu-Tone
will cure every form of catarrh, no
matter where located, of how long
standing, or by what other names it
is known. We guarantee to refund
your money if you are not satiUafed
with the vigorous health and clear
complexion it brings you.
Sold only at our stores. Price 50
cents and $1.00 per bottle. Mall or-
ders filled.
The Crystal Pharmacy, Brent Build-



Miss Meta Lindenstruth Is
Chosen by Camp. Perry
For Mobile Re-Union.

MIss Meta Lindenstruth has been
appointed sponsor for the reunion of
the Sons of Confederate Veterans to
be held in Mobile on Nov. 24. She
has named Miss Kate Caro as one of
her maids of honor and will select an-
other one later. Mrs. Kate Coulson
will -be chaperone for the sponsor and
her maids.
The following delegates have been
named to represent E. A. Perry Camp,
Sons of Confederate Veterans, at the
W. Boch. J. B. Lannon, E. W. Peake,
E. W. Rowland, Joseph Santo, Joseph
Alternates-P. Lindenstruth. Jack-
son Brandon, John Livingston, J. D.
Foreman, C. B. Calhoun, John Flow-
A round trip rate of $3.20 has been
announced from Pensacola for the re-
union and it is expected that a large
crowd will go from this city on the
trains leaving here Monday morning
and night.
Give us a trial; will cause
you to smile. The Empire.



Revival Meetings Being Con-

ducted by Rev. Chas.
E. Hill.

The revival meetings are still in
progress at the First Christian church
on East Chase street. The services
last night were more largely attended
than any previous night of the meet-
ings. There was one accession to the
church at the close of the service.
There will be no services tonight,
but on Sunday three meetings will be
held. At 11 a. m. Mr. Hill will preach
on the subject of "Three Great Monu-
ments of Christianity." At 3 o'clock
in the afternoon there will be a meet-
ing for both men and women, and an
address will be delivered on the sub-
-ject of "The Causes of the Move-
ment Against the Liquor Traffic."
In the evening at 7:30 there will
be another great meeting when the
subject will be "The lnfallibly Safe
These meetings will continue op un-
til next Friday night, when Mr. Hill
will close the meetings in order to llW
hs own putpit in Mobile Om S lday
and the following week wiX l lec-
ture engagements for the New Dixie
Lyceum Burea.
The congregation and pastor extend
a hearty invitation to all to attend.



The Swan of Mobile, Bought
By Brooks Bros., and Will
Be Here Monday.

Brooks Bros., of Camp Walton, have
purchased the gasoline launch Swan.
of Mobile, and she is expected to ar-
rive here about 3 p. m. Monday.
The Swan is 68 feet long and "has a
beam of 7 1-2 feet. She is fitted with
a 50 horsepower Standard engine and
is beautifully finished. She has ac-
commodations for about 70 -passengers
and will take the place of the launch
Bells on the line from Pensacola to
Camp Walton.



Plans For New Truck, House

in West End Will Be


Owners of the property at the north-
east corner of Intendencia and DeVil-
liers streets, where the new truci
house will be located, have, through
their agent. John M. Day, requested
the Board of Public Safety to make
some alterations in the plans for the
building to be erected at that place.
The important changes in the plans
'prepared by Bulding Inspector Ren-
dall are that no windows be placed
in the east side on the first floor and
that other window sashes be placed
without weights and contain twelve
instead of four lights of glass. The
owners also ask that the city pay ior
the bath room fixtures.
A special meeting of the board was
called for last night to revise the
plans, but a quorum failed to be pres-
ent. The matter will be attended to
by Chairman Oliver, the only mem-
ber present last night.
Try Shot Plug Cut Tobac-
co, then tell your friends. For
sale by Imperial Cigar
Stores. 10 cents a can.

The funeral of Henry Gayle, who
was accidentally drowned by falling
from the smack Nautilus about a week
ago while that vessel waa near the
life saving station in the bay, will oc-
cur this morning at 9 o'clock from
Pou's undertaking parlors on West In-
tendencia street, interment at St. Jo-
sep4's cemetery.
The funeral will be under the aus-
pices of the local fishermen's union.
of which the deceased was a promi-
nent member.
The reward of $50 offered by the
fishermen's union for the recovery of
Gayle's body was yesterday paid to
Capt. James Jeraul of the mail
launch Ruth ,who found the body
Thursday about noon between Sea-
breeze and the quarantine station.
Hercules Cobb, a negro boy, was ar-
rested yesterday evening by Officer
Blackshear on suspicion of having fir-
ed a ,hot through a front window sash
of the Campbell liver stable, on East
Garden street, which is said to have
passed uncomfortably close to Leon
DeBrux. who was standing on the
sidewalk engaged in conversation.
Cobb says that he did not fire a
pistol, but that he accidentally push-
ed a broom handle through the win-
dow sash while he was at work in
a stall. He claims that the horse In
taie stall became frightened and in try-
ing to get out of the animal's way
the broom handle was forced through
the glass. His case will be called in
the recorder's court this morning.

Found in Change to Right Food.
After one suffers from acid dyspep-
sia. sour stomach, for months and then
finds ttte remedy is in getting the right
kind of food. it is something to speak
out about.
A N. Y. lady and her young son
aad such an experience and she
wants others to know how to get re-
lief. She writes:
"For about fifteen month. my little
boy and myself had suffered with sour
stomach. We we-re unable to retain
much of anything we ate.
"After suffering in this way for so
long I decided to consult a specialist
in stomach diseases. Instead of pre-
scribing drugs, .ie put us both on
Grape-Nuts and we began to improve
t was the key to a new life. I
!found we had been eating too much
Heavy food which we could not digest.
In a few weeks after comment ag
Grape-Nuts. I was able to do my hduse
work. I wake in the morning with a
clear head and feel rested and have
no sour stomac.31 My bey sleeps well
and wakes with a laugh.
"We have regained our lost weight
and continue to eat Grape-Nuts for
both the morning and evening meals.
We are well and happy and owe it to
Grape-Nats." "There's a Reason."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creak. Mich. Read "The Road to
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I expected to fnd the celestial voices
emanating from workmen among the
wires. But no source could be ol.-
served until a glance heavenwarI
showed that an inhabited balloon was
passing over us, a "pheaomewon"
w'.ich will probably excite no more
curiosity than an automobile In the
near future.
We learned that they bed deseend-
ed to ascertain what country th"e
were overshadowing. On learning
that they were nearing the Ohio and
Pennsylvania line, north of the Ohio
river, in Columbtana costy, they
threw out sand ballot and aSWn as-
cended toward the skies, disappear*
ing in a southeasterly directing.
It was learned that they embarked
from Canato, Ohk, where a geatle-
man and "is wife took pasaege. There
were five balloons with passengers,
saimsg from points in BRtae Ohio,
that same day.
The migratory flocks of wild geee
no longer have undisputed right of
way through aerial "cloudlad.," and
may soon be driven to parts unknown.
Only one flock has been feared pas-
ing over. to warn me against bei~i
snowed under.
As no tourist rates have yet been of.
fered over the "cool" air Hoe rote, I
may have to take one more monoton-
ous paqage over the Ellea Ena, tq
be unmencifully rail-ridden and sul
phurated, without daring to "'squeal '
or even raise the cry of "cruelty t

coat tail. "I've got it. I knew you'd
lose it If I didn't take It. You'd los
your head if it wasn't fastened on your
Meekly he sat down.
Raising his head presently, he gavc
a comprehensive glance around, the
car and said in the same shrill voice:
"I beg everybody's pardon."
STr which voluntary acknowledge,
ment that he no longer consider*t4
everybody in the car a pickpocket hq
was rewarded by the glassy and
unanimous stare.-Philadelphia Times.
An Easy Stunt.
"I see a premiere dameuse Is ad-
vertised to dance with five snakes
twined about her."
"Should tdink she would. Jr a
:-snake got on me I'll bet I'd dance.'"---
Philadelphia Ledger.
Subscribe for T'bae Jour.ia.

gedial tc The JeurnaL
Signal, 0., Nov. 20.-Our winter
opened on the fifth of November, when
the fields were first whitened by blus-
terz of snow.
The presidential candidates were
all "snowed" under except the giant,
Taft. who drifted safely through the
storm of ballots on November 3rd.
I was disfranchised from partici-
pation in the election-not for being
too young nor for having passed be-
yond the years of usefulness, not for
want oi education or lack of morality,
not from any unfortunate complexion.
nor from the depletion of my "once
fat .pocket-book," but because I was
not naturalized by continuously sleep-
ing and eating for the past six months
in the state where I was born and
Well. Gte -people have chosen a
mighty big man to preside over a
great nation, and we await the restor-
ation of prosperity which should fol-
low a peaceful selection of the most
popular president.
A deplorable prostration of business
usually precedes these national
changes, and already brightening
signs of improvement appear on the
The s7hoe factories in Massachu-
setts are to be started up immediate-
iy, and a new factory is to be built
at once near Middletown. Pa., which
will employ 500 hands. The National
Rubber company announces that it
will resume full time. The directors
of a Fall River cotton mill propose



Government Reports Show it
to Be Principal Build-
ing Material.

Great as the advance in fire-proof
construction has been during the last
ten years there has been no let-up in
the use of lirmber, and both architects
and builders find themselves so de-
pendent on wood today that they are
compelled to admit that the forests of
the country are likely to be the chief
source of building material for many
years to come.

*The use of cement, terra cotta.
brick and stone, with a framework oe
steel, will make it possible soon to
do away with wood entirely," Is ,a
remark often heard, and, indeed', when
one stands on lower Broadway and
looks up at the towering skyscrapers,
the statement seems to contain much
truth. As a matter of fact, however,
the popular idea that fire proof mate-
rials will do away with the need of
using lumber in a comparatively few
years is a very erroneous one. All of
Ihe various fire proof materials going
into the approved construction of the
more substantial buildings are used
in greater quantities now than the
world dreamed of a few years ago,
yet the heavy demand for lumber
That wood predominates is shown
by the annual building records. Of
the permits used for buildings erected
last year, approximately 61 per cent.
were constructed of wood. and the re-
maining 39 per cent- of fire resisting
material, according to a repQrt issued
by the geological survey on operations
in forty-nine leading cities of the coun-
try. These figures are the mose sig-
nificant when it is realized that they
only represent the building activilie;
in the largest cites; they do not takL
into account the construction of dwell-
ings. stores and other buildings In the
thousands of small cities and towns
scattered over and not included in the-
forty-nine cities on which the reckon
ine is made.-
In towns and small cities wooa isL

the construction of a new

There is great activity at Pittsburg.
The United States Steel company has
made satisfactory concessions in tae
price of steel rails, and the railroads
have agreed to place their orders at
once. The Pennsylvania company
has put a full force of men is their
repair shops for the first time In a
year. 10,000 cars are to be repaired
and put into service at once.
The "American Nut and Bolt com-
pany announced an increase of 20 per
cent in the wages of all workmen, on
the fftQh, as so many orders centin-
gent on the result of the election are
to be filled immediately.
The state of Illinois has voted an
appropriation of twenty million dol-
lars to deepen the first section of a
waterway connection of the Great
Lakes with the Gulf of Mexico.
The Standard Oil company' is shlp-
ping poles through Ohio from the
V'Chestnut ridge" of the Allegheny
mountains for a new telegraph line
along the right of way of the great
oil pipe line, through which the crude
oil from western fields Is ever Sow-
ing onward to the Atlantic seaboard.
I met with a lofty experience on
the 7th inst., while visiting the graves
of my parents in the cemetery at
East Carmel. A mysterious calling in
the direction of the little town of
Rogers excited me to advance toward
the millionaires' telegraph line, con-
necting New York and Chicago, where

usually the predominating building
material and it is safe to say that if
the statistics had included figures for
all places of whatever sze, the percent-
age of wooden -construction would
have been much greater. These fig-
ures, as a rule. are only for the corpo&
rate limits, and the suburbs of these
cities have each very large amounts
to be added. The count, also, is rela,-
tively higher in these cities than In
towns nearer the base of the supply.
Exonerated the Crowd.
"Somebody's got my pocketbook!"
piped a shrill, agonized voice in the
crowded street car, and a hump shoul-
d#-red. watery eyed man -with a sad-
dle colored beard on his chin Jtrmped
up and began convulsingly clapping
his hands on his various pockets.
"Sit down, you fool!" exclaimed the
portly resolute matron by his side, as-
sisting him by a vigorous pull on his

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Recasting the
Criminal Law.
Attorney General Bo eparte may be
somewhat extreme, not to say per-
oerse, i his notions about peonage in
the Southern states,; but as a lawyer,
a distinguished public servant and a
citizen be has put the country under
abligatlons to him by his recent ad-
mirable address at Pittsburg before
the National Municipal League on the
subject of "the criminal law as a
paeans to enforce the people's wilL"
That that law is-a comparative fall-
ure ias now administered In every
State in the Union is a notorious fact,
but lawyers are not inclined to ad-
mit it. Mr. Bonaparte. ia a exception
to this rule and he has gie ills pro-
fessional brethren a most excellent
example by frankly confessing the fall-
ure and declaring tjat the American
people must recast their criminal law
If there is to .be any effective check
to the crime which now floods the
We cannot do better than quote a
few passages from Mr. Bonaparte's
timely address. Speaking of the end-
less delays of the law as the least ex-
cusable of its defelencies, lie said:
"WMy need there be a foretaste of
eternity." he asked, "between arrest
Sad indictmenft, another.between in-
dictment and trial and yet another be-
tween trial and actual punishment?"
This he answered by declaring that
It is "partly because the beach's pro.
fessional opinion among the bar toler-
ate all kinds of dilatory, frivolous and
often ridiculous proceedings on the
part of the unscrupulous counsel in-
tended to cheat Justice of her *plain
due; partly Because our lawmakers af-
tord almost infinite facilities for re'
frtew of Judicial action to the criminal,
although being very stingy in allow-
tng them to the government, but main-
ly because our laws show little sense
of the value to society of a speedy ad-
ministration of Justice."
The legitimate problems of the
criminal law, he said, are two, first,
to fnd out when and by whom the
people's will has been disobeyed; and
second, to so deal ,with the one guilty
of such disobedience that others, and
ordl4arily himself as well, may be
taught to obey in future.
"As an instrument to these ends,"
The then declared, "I think American
criminal law today tems very serious
defects-in fact, that in large measure
it falls of its purpose.
"A principal cause of this failure, to
any mind." he continued, "is its anxiety
to- guard against a danger which was
once very serious, but which has now
become almost chimerical, the danger
lest men really innocent be convicted
of crime."
He asserted that "The risk that any
man trying in good faith to obey the
law shall be .punished as a criminal
iA almost anconceivably small.
"I question," he added, "whether it
is one-bhundretdth part as great as the
risk he runs of being killed or maimed
by an automobile."
He expressed the opinion, however,
that he would not have the law so
changed as to remove any substantial
safegued to true innocence which it
now affords. He declared himself in
favor of grand juries, 4ad of the law
that prevents a man once fairly and
properly tried for a crime, and either
convicted or acquitted, from being
brought to trial again for the same
offense. He declared that "one of the
most enlightened changes made by
modern statutes in the rules of evi-
dence permits the accused to testily
in his own behalf."
He concluded by declaring that the
people can rule If they are in earnest
and wish to rule. "And, to show this
earnestness, he said, "to assure this
geunune and lasting supremacy, the
.Amaerican people must thoroughly, ra-
tionally and honestly recast its crimi-
sal law."
S There will hardly be two opinions
about the truth of all that Mr. Bona-
parte has said. The reform he calls
for is urgently needed, but until we
malt tke members of the bar them-

selves thoroughly committed to that
reform there is little probability that
we shall ever see it. The .best thought
of the country I calling for it, but leg-
islative inertia on the issue is a&& the
return 'we get.
Recently in Texas where the law's
delays and other devices to save the
guilty have done immeasurable harm
ald a weak ad- ehistration of crimi-
nal Justice is copicu ously present,
the State Bar Association debated
these Issues discussed 9y Mr. Bona-
parte and actually voted down every
effort to commit the association to any
policy of reform in criminal law anm
criminal procedure, oa the astonishing
ground that t&ere was no public de-
namd for it.
And yet all the newspapers in
Texas were clamoring for such re-
form, and with solid public sentiment
back- of them in doing so.

SThat the cotton planter is not com-
pelled to suffer the flagrant, bare-
faced robbery of the trust that con-
trols the Jute market and is protect-
ed in robbing the farmer by the tariff
is insisted upon by the Pensacola
Jomurnal, which says: "The farmers
should find a way out of it by resort-'
uig immediately to the use of cotton
bagging, which Is said to be much
better for the purpose, anyway," than
jute bagging. Its hope that the Farm-
ers' Union in its convention at New
Orleans. would consider the subject
seems to have been disappointed. If
cotton bagging is as good for cover-
ing cotton bales as jute the Journals
devoted to that agricultural industry
should take up the subject.-Jackson-
ville Times-Union.
Exper" who claim to know say that
the cotton bagging is really better
than Jute and as the farmer is being
taxed without any justice whatever on
every pound of jute he uses it is 'hard
to see why he continues to submit to
such an imposing. We had hoped
that the recent convention of the
Farmers' Union in New Orlean.. would
have taken hold of this very practi-
cal 'question and formulated a policy
to which every cotton grower in the
South would have adhered, but the
matter seems to have been overlook-
ed. t

The article by Hon. John S. Beard
in The Journal of yesterday suggest-
ing that In the future tCe Southern
democracy should attend no more fed-
eral nominating conventions and that
the southern electoral vote should
hold itself as the balance of power
between the two great parties, with
a view to seuh epncessions to this sec-
tieo as would restore Southera influ-
ence and power, furnishes plenty of
food for thought. Such a polley would
certainly be a most drastic innovation
quite without precedent in our polit-
ical history, but it looks practicable
and! in view of the fact that it seems
impossible for us to ever elect a dem-
ocratic president a good many Weary
democrats, sick with hope deferred
will be very likely to approve Mr.
Beard's plan. If we are ever to get
up to the crib we must find some new
way to do it. The old road don't
seem to lead in that direction at all.
When Editor Storrs of the DeFluniak
Breese -begins to talk farming. 'Florida
farming and the kind that pays, it is
time well spent to listen to him. 'He
says that Japanese cane, which is well
adapted to West Florida soil, will net
$500 per acre and that the demand -for
the syrup made from it is practically
unlimited. A vahiable -piece of infor-
mation well worth heeding by men
who have been sticking to 8-cent cot-
ton as the best they could do under
the circumastaces.

A merry Christmas for the pobr e
Pensacola! Why not? A little, just,
a little unselfishess on the part of
each of us able to contribute to such
a cause, and the thing is done. And
not one of us who wouldn't feel all
the better and enjoy our own Christ-
mas all the more for thus helping to
carry the Joy of the great holiday in-
to the hearts and homes of the poor
about us. Adjutant Grimshaw, of the
Salvation Army in Peasaeola will take
this matter in hand; The Journal will
co-operate, and an opportunity will be
given to all the good people of our
city to hell make the coming Christ-

mina a happy one for many poor wo-
men and children who will otherwise
feel nq pleasure in the day. The re-
ligion that feeds tha hmugry and
clothes the naked is common ground
upon which all people of all creeds
and of no creeds at all, can meet wit--
out disputation and work in generous
Secretary Wilson says that the farm-
ers of this country pocketed eight bil-
lion dollars last year as the price of
their crops. If that isn't rolling in
wealth -what do you call it? And yet
what farmer will admit it?

Judge Metcalf. of the criminal court
of -record at Miami at the opening of
the November term made an impress-
ive talk on the accursed pistol-toting
habit, and announced that as fines
didn't seem to break it up he would
thereafter impose imprisonment as
the penalty.
President Roosevelt pulled off his
celebrated banquet to the labor lead-
ers at the White House Tuesday night
and there was an Imposing array ot
the representatives of labor present.
But as Sam Gompers was conspicuous
by his absence the feast was like
staging Hamlet with the Prince of
Denmark left out.

Mr. Bryan says that if the legisla-
ture of Nebraska should elect him to
the United States senate he would
accept. Unfortunately the democratic
legislature recently elected cannot
choose a senator, and two years
hence, when such a selection muzt be
made there may be a wicked republi-
can majority in that body. Mr. Bryan
would be as great a senator as John
C. Calhoun.

The Journal congratulates Bro.
Gray, of the Havana News, published
in Gadsden county, that in the big fire
which ravaged that little city recent-
ly and destroyed property all around
him his office escaped and received
no serious injury. Mr. Gray has but
recently established the News in Ha-
vana, and as we personally know that
there isn't a finer young man on the
press of Florida, we feel a peculiar
pleasure in the fact that his plant es-
caped the flames.

The three constitutional amend-
ments were all lost as the completed
returns at Tallahassee show, but there
was such a highly respectable vote
cast for them in point of numbers as
to warrant the hope that some of these
days a constitutional amendment pro-
posed in Florida will be considered on
its merits and may actually be adopt-
ed. It may be the extreme of op-
timism to say this, but we really be-
lieve it.
Mr. Roosevelt says that if he 'had
been the nominee instead of Taft he
would have carried Georgia and
.broken the Solid South. Mr. Roose-
velt's mother was a Georgia -woman
and Southern people are sentimental.
largely influenced by -family consider-
ations, but the devotion to the demo-
cratic party which stands between
them and social and -political chaos is
stronger even than the family sent!-
sient and Teddy could no more have
carried Georgia than Taft did.
The prospect for that much talked
about extra session of the legislature
steadily dwindles. Governor Broward
was in Tampa one day this week and
the Tribune of that city has t"Tii to
say on the extra session issue:
Governor Broward does not appre-
ciate the necessity for an extra session
of the Florida legislature, and does
not intend calling one until the ne-
cessity is shown him. This statement
was made by bim yesterday in Tam-
pa, and Is a repetition of that made
when the governor was here at the
time the Everglades dredge Miami
was being launched.

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Show a Grand Success.
Peasacola had her first flower show
last week in which chrysanthemums
figured most conspicuously. Judging
from newspaper reports the show was

a grand success.-Florala (Ala.)
Sill'3 Specialty.
They found the old man sitting on
the feefence smoking hs corncob, says
"Howdy, pap! What's your- son
Jim doing these days?"
"Jim? Oh, he's running a telegraph
key at the depot. Jim's an operator."
"And how's Zeke?"
"Zeke? Wa-al, Zeke is a captain of
a lake steamer. He's a navigator."
"And Pete? Is he still living?"
"Oh. yes. Pete's working on an air-
ship. He's what they call an aviator."
"Well. what has become of Bill. Is
he doing anything?"
The old man blew a quid of tobacco
;t a wide-eyed grasshopper.
"Yep. stranger. Bill's hanging around
the house all day grumbling and com-
plaining and saying the country's going
to smash. Hill's just an aggrava'or.
just a plain aggravator."
Where Peace Ceased.
"What's the matter with all you
Swamp hursters" demanded Citiman.
"You all appear to hate Newcomb. and
yet he's a decent sort of fellow."
"Huh!" snorted Strbubs. "the miser-
able chump bought his wife a $30 hat
the other day, and now there's no
peace in our homes."-The Catholic
Standard and Times.

Subscribe for The Journal.

To Benefit Cotton Producers.
The sea island cotton growers of
Madison county are, or ought to be,
deeply interested in the communica-
tion on another page from Congress-
man Frank Clark relative to the meet-
ing of the congressional committee on
ways and means and the hearing by
it on cotton and cotton manufactories.
The as--ociation in the state should
take step& to have a delegation pres-
ent at the hearing to assist the Flor-
ida congressmen in their efforts to
benefit tie cotton producers.-Madl-
son Enterprise-Record.
The Newspaper Escaped Flames.
The little town of Havana in Gads-
den county suffered from a big fire
early Monday morning, in which more
than ten thousand dollars worth of
property was destroyed. We are cer-
tainly glad to note that Brother Gray
and his excellent News escaped the
flames.-Madison Enterprise-Recorder.
'Florida Newspaper Man in Georgia.
Mr. Willis M. Russell, who has been
for the past two years associate edit-
or and soliciting agent of th, Southern
Argus, ayBrooksville, Fla.. has sever-
ed his dWhnection editorially with
that papekhmd taken charge of the
Coffee Cwtaty News, of Douglas, Ga..
as editor' and business manager. Mr.
Russell is a son of A. M. C. Rus-ell,
of the Argus. and a nephew of R. A.
Russell, of the Metropolis.-Jackson-
ville Metropolis.
Varieties of Florida Pines.
The Times-Union says that, accord.-
ing ts the encyclopedias, the yellow
pine is the long leaved pine. The yel-
low pine is a long-leaved pine. The
yellow pine, the pitch -pine, the slash
pine, the black pine and the Cuban
pine, all of which grow in this state,
are all long-leaved. The yellow pine
is the superior of them all in size,
beauty, and the ease with which it
can be worked up and is equal in dur-
ability to the pitch pine. On account
of its size and beauty is has been al-
most if not quite, exterminated by
mill men in filling special orders.-
Jasper Newa.
Heavy Tourist Travel to Florida.
Travel over the Florida East Coast
railway is reported heavier than ever
before at this season of the year.
which indicates that the Ea:-t Coast of
Florida will enjoy a banner winter.
The same report comes from the oth-
er .railroads operating between Flori-
da and the big centers of population
in the East. North and West. All
trains heading for Florida are carry-
ing the heaviest- travel e*-er known
for the month of Novembet-.-Gaines-
ville Sun.
Tribute to Bright Young Man.
Not only Is the Times-Union one
of the strongest newspapers editori-
ally in the south, under the abl, man-
agement of Editor-in-Chief Willis M.
Ball and his efficient staff, buth the lo-
cal news departnrpt has been brought
tlp to 4late-unde~fe management of
that bright young' journalist, J. Ira
Gore. The editor of the Sun was a
member of the Gore household when
Ira first saw t* light of day. and
has watched his reer with much in-
terest. Young G 'e was ;a-ed in a
printing office and has a scent for
news equal to that of a well-bred
pointer for quail. He gives the news
as he finds it, without "spreading" or
drawing upon his imagination for what
really does not occur, and the Times-
Union is to be congratulated upon
having such a man in charge of its
local new sdepartment-Gainesville
Florida Preacher Gets Promotion.
Many of our people remember the
brilliant young Prezbyterian preacher.
Rev. R. M. Morris, who so accept-
ably filled the pulpit of 1he Ocala
Presbyterian church a few years ago.
who left the city to take h;s theolog-
ical course at Princeton, N. J. He
then became pastor of a Philadelilia
church and now has received a call
from a Presbyterian church at Evans-
ton. Ill.. one of the foremost in the
land, and at a salary that makes a
poor editor vee stars. All of which is
highly gratifying to his Ocala admir-
ers. Rev. Morris is the preacher who
took such a deep interest in our
school and went to the school fre-
quently and told the boys and girls
funny stories and made they laugh
until they forgot all their cares and
worry. The iight of Mr. Morris in
the school room was as welcome to
the pupils as a holiday-Ocala Star.
Tragedy at Anthony.
Our sister town of Anthony was
vi cited by a terrible tragedy early
Tuesday afternoon. While Mrs. C. D.
Souter was boiling some lye hominy
in a large pot In the yard her cloth-
ing caught fire shrdlu cmfwyp fwyp
ing in some way caught fire, and she
was burned so terribly that she died
after lingering for several hours, dur-
ing which time she suffered dreadful
agony. Tuesday was a windy, blus-
tery day, and it is supposed that her
garments caught fire by being blown
towards the flames. At the time of

the accident Mrs. Souter's sister, Miss
Lizzie Montgomery, was with her, and
endeavored to the best of her ability
to put out the flames, and was herself
severely burned. Mrs. Souter ran
into the house, which also caught fire
from her burning garments, and it
was with some difficulty that the
house was saved from destruction.
Every particle of Mrs. Souter's cloth-
ing was burned and her body terribly
mutilated and burned to a crisp. Her
hair was completely burned away. She
suffered excruciatingly for several
hours, when death relieved h"r suf-
fering. When this frightful accident
occurred Mrs. Souter's two children
were at school and her husband was
away from Jome. She was about 45
years of age and was a woman great-
ly liked by her friends and neighbors.
-Ocala Banner.
Giving Them a Good Newspaper.
It is honor to whom honor is due
to say that the Gainesville Sun is
one of the best daily papers of its
class anywhere in this country, north
or south. The Sun has a delightful
temperament, just the kind to give it
a maximum of usefulness in a com-
munity, and in every issue there is
something worth reading even by the
Critical and blase exchange editor.
who has to traverse weary wastes of
printed matter before he can find
something available for his purposes,
and that stirs his jaded sense to ap-
preciatior..-Pensacola Jour-ial.
Thanks ,many thanks, Bro. VMayes.
It is indeed gratifying to be thus
complimented by such an experienced
newspaper man. We are doing our
best to give the people of Gainesville
and Alachua county a good .newspaper
and we are proud to note that our
efforts are appreciated by the editor
of West Florida's great daily news-
paper.-Gainesville Sun.
Will Ask for a New Court.
The criminal business of the cir-
cuit court of Alachua county is now
so great that there is no doubt that
a criminal court of record should be
established at the next session of the
legislature. It would not only assure
a speedy trial of persons charged
with crime, but would give the circuit
judge more time to devote to the civ-
il docket, thus expediting business in
that line. In order to get a criminal
court established a petition for same
must be signed by a majority of the
registered voters of the county, and
the bar association should take action
in the matter without unnecessary de-
lay.-Gainesville Sun.


In -his magnificent tribute to the wo-
men of the old South. Mr. T. C. De-
Leon has just paid the following tri-
bute to Mrs. Augusta Evans Wilson,
of Alabama, the brilliant author, and
4 sister of Mrs. J. W. .Bush, of Birm-
Althotrgh her career as an authoress
was already begun, a young Alabama
woman made ,her first great reputation
as a nurse. The father of Augusta Ji
Evans had moved tb Summerville,
near Mobile, when she cast aside he.
beloved pen for the nonce, to take upl
the toaster and the soup -pot. As in
all her lifework she used these
weapons wit-h earnest purpose, and
with perfect purity. The Evans home
became the center of great camps,
with 'much sickness among green
troops. And to each and all of these
in the hospitals Augusta Evans was.
nurse and comforter, cook and almon-
er, confidante and amanuensis. She
cheered and fed them, wrote their
love letters and home ones, and broke
the bitter news of its loss to many a
distant household. The slim, willowy
girl, with masses of brown hnir coiled
in the funnel depths of a poke bon-
net; a long-check apron and a pair of
tin buckets, becamehethe typical guar-
dian angel of the nearby hospitals.
One night Miss Evans made a raid
on Lookout Mountain and captured
Bragg's army with a song. She had a
clear, strong and carrying soprano in
those days, which she -managed quit%
artistically, and she had besides the
gift of interpreting the sorl of a song.
It chanced that Captain Howard
Evans-a true man and gallant sol-
dier, who has only lately answered
the last roll-was with his company
on the slope of Missionary Ridge, just
before the battle of Chickamauga. His
mother and sister went to surprise
him with a visit. Arriving in the moun-
tan top camp after nightfall, they
found his command had moved to the
fronts but the officer in command gave
them the only hut on the slope, a fire
coffee and a warm welcome. At mid-
night Mrs. Evans was awakened by
stealthy steps and low whispers abou
th- shack. She waled her daughter
and then challenged, the answer being.
"Friends, ladies, we want to speak
with Miss Augusta Evans."
A great number of the men had
crept through the post lines and as
semliled to hear a song from the


young girl. Her mother demurred at
the hour and place, but Miss Evans
dQnned her traveling coat and lap
robe and stepped out with a quiet con-
sent. There, in the chill midnight air.
with her great masses of hair. floating
in it, her face upturned to the full
moon. the future great authoress stood
on the mountain ridge. In a crowded
semi-circle about her sat and crouched
the men. still and intense. And then
the strong young voice sent out upon
the night the great battle song of hei
dear friend. "Maryland, My Mary-
land!" As its last notes echoed back
from the crag and gulch beyond, some-
thing between a sob and a cheer rose
from the veteran group; an impera-
tive encore. Again she sang the
strain from first to last inspiring
word; deep and continued -silence
holding a moment and then shorn
through by the jagged vocal lightning
of the rebel yell. And then without
command the mixed crowd fell into
double ranks and through them slow-,
ly passed the mother and daughter tc
their- ttie hut.
Next day the disastrous battle told
its direful tale. Probably many a
brave fellow charged more hotly for
the ring of that song through his
brain. Possibly the smile on more
than one ice cold face turned up to
next night's moon, was that left by
its refrain in the brain as the fatal
bullet sped home.

* Tampa Tribune. "

A ship canal across Florida will
come in time--but not soon. The gov-
ernment has about all it can attend
to now in the Panama ditch and con-
gress will not give favorable consid-
eration to a $50,000,000 job until the
Isthmian canal is completed. Senator
Fletcher, however, is, wise in calling
attention to the merits of the *project
and It will not be very many years
before the scheme is made a part of
the national waterway improvement
plans. In outlining his ideas of the
canal, Senator Fletcher said:
"We must meet waterway improve-
ment in foreign countries by water-
way improvements at home, if we
would maintain strpremacy or even
standing in markets abroad.
"The problem of the cheapest and
safest means of transportation now
required by the Southern. Western
and Northern growers is solved when
ane United 'States gulf ports are
opened and the Florida phip canal, on
the lock system, is constructed.
"A ship canal across the peninsula
of Florida would shorten by about 500
miles the route from the Atlantic
ocean into the Gulf of Mexico, espe-
cially to the gulf ports of the United
States and avoid the dangerous navi-
gation of the gulf stream through the
Straits of Florida. By this canal the
commerce of this northern continent
would be placed more than a thousand
miles nearer to the Central American
"The general opinion seems to be
that a tidewater canal is impracticable.
For the lock canal almost a straight
line across the narrowest part of the
peninsula could be selected, passing
through a number of large lakes, and
using some portions of rivers. This
canal would be a -part of the contem-
plated inland water circuit of the
whole of the central and eastern parts
of the United states, east of the Rocky
"It is estimated that the canal can
be dug for $50,000.000. It has been
estimated also that more than 30,000,-
000 tons would pass through the ca-
nal yearly, which does not include the
enormous traflce from Mexico, Nica-
ragua, Costa Rica. or certain other
countries whose traffic would bring
the tonnage, under a reasonable esti-
mate, to a total of 60,000,000 tons an-

Odd Things

in the News

Mrs. Katharine Hobbs Liley, a New
York woman, started suit in the New
York supreme court for divorce a few
days ago only to discover that instead
of a- wqopld-be-divorcee she was a wid-
ow, her husband having been killed
by a fall from the rigging of a ship.
John Bater, pioneer manufacturer
in this country of machine- for pro-
ducing the ultra-violet rays, whose
death is reported from New York, is
declared a martyr to the science of
X-ray work. His death was due to
what is known as X-ray cancer.
The skeloton of Syaonby. the famous
race horse, is being exhibited at the
American Museuma of Natural His-

tory in New York. James R. Keeae,
owner of the horse, had the skeleton
mounted and presented to the lasti-
A dispatch from Boonville. lad.,
says that a pet cat belonging to 10-
year-old Gladys Schultz. has become
so accustomed to seeing and hearing
its little mistress practice on the
piano that when she is not around,
the animal frequently climbs up on
the stool and repeatedly strikes the
keys. evidently enjoying the 'ausl-
cal noise."
in view of the increasing c t
of timber, from which almost all p-
per is manufactured, it is of interest
to know that excellent brown pape
is produced from peat, and in all prob-
ability this can be bleached. There
are 2,800,000 acres of peat in Ireland
alone, averaging fifteen feet in depth.
An acre contains 1,800 tons of solid
A white man named Black awd a
black man named White were arraign-
ed in court at Atlantic Highlands, N.,
J.. a few daya ago for drunkenness.
The recorder was absolutely impartial
in "is judgment. and remanded both
Black and White, or White and Black,.
either way you choose, to the coumaly
The remains of a number of the
victims of the Custer massacre which
were buried originally at the scene of
the figat are being moved to Gettys- ( .
burg, where they will be interred in
the national cemetery. Thus far 74
bodies have been identified as mem-
hers of the famous troop.
Edward C. Lee. clerk of the chil-
dren's court in New York who has
just died, was credited with Qiving
organized the first uniformed poU-iti
cal club in the country, the Rocky
Mountain Climbers, in 1856, when
John C. Fremont was a candidate for
president on the first republican tick-
Mrs. Thomas Strickland, of East
Neatmeal, Chester county, captured a
fox recently in a novel manner. In
trying to get through a fence the fox
got wedged between two ales. Mrs.
Strickland grabbed it by the hind togs
and held onm until Thomas Evaas came
with a bag, in which the fox was
Maury county, Tenn., is making a
race with Aroostook county, Me., for
the lead In the production of white
potatoes. This yea it report a frop
of 76.000 barrels., eH at $1.65,.
against the $1PM nerage at the Maine
As an evidence of the Inroads be*
ing made by the epulblie party in
the "solid Soufh", it may be stated
that President-lect Taft carried one
ward in the city of Atlmta, albeit
Bryan did carry the stsae by .
The values of Argentina's exports
and imports for the first half of the
present year were respectively $223.-
076,267 and $131.273.361. The United
States received $4,576,320 of the form-
er and provided $16,262,512 of the lat-
The largest fish ever taken out ,
the waters of Lucas county, Iowa, ws
secured by Clint Noble in the Char* *
ton river by shooting it It was a MIs
sissippi river catfl*s, and weighMA
22 1-2 -pounds.

Pople in the

SW Public Eye

A. A. Anderson, a New York artist
and W. A. Cole. a son--law of IL I.
Rodgers, the Standar-d Oil an, ba I
just returned from a huattin trip IW
Wyomin, during which Andersen JI&.
ed a g ly bear that old timers t *
that country declared to be the e50
that had been slain in many i year..
Professor Richard M~Lt
head of the department of cheu i
of Columbia University, has bees ele6
ed president of the Massachusetts 1
statue of Technology. Professor Mm u
Laurin is 38 years old and a ScOtir
m ea by birth. __ E**orH
'The Rev. Charles A. Eaton. for 59i 1.
en years pstor of the EoUcd Aveer.s
Baptist church of Cleveland. udl
known a Rockefeller's church. lass e-
signed to accept a call to the MIdbema.
Avenue Chufch of New York city.
Governor-elect H"dley, of Miss0rg
while attorney general f la stae m,
prosecuted one of the rs: t-*
against the Standard Oil J'sapan,.
Where a .t?:
What happy co- u--lty wen ,rbp
an's famous 'trick mule?-Ca-mlf.

New and Splendid Furniture Especially Priced

Great big surprises await furniture buyers here. Our big show rooms are crowded with what i, by
far, the finest furniture that we've ever had. And especially pleasing is the lower prices that are prevail.
ng, while the styles are all of the very latest known to American manufacturers. Don't forget that right
now is the time to buy Dining Tables, Chairs, Sideboards and China Closets, while the bedroom and parlor
should not be overlooked. Get what you want now and pay just "once in a while!" -

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"Dat's M1-e to Me.". .Srphie Schad
"Geed4-ye, Jobh" ....John Prenkel
"Smarty" ...... .........Mary Care
"Alnt You Glad Yea Found Me"..
... ....... ....Myrtle Kaufman
"You Oma't Guess What He Wrote
on My Slate" ........ Viola Roch
"I Can't Do That Sam".......Chorua
ITAttle Girl, Toull W..........
........ Nerris Lewis and Chorus
"ee-SaW ......... ...... .......
Josa Prekel, Norma Ba and
BDiseballr eoaversation song....
saah Godastucker, Clara Freak-
el and for irO.
"Doabal Panieime" .John Frenkel
Games ot Childhood days by Viola
Roch a"m pantomime eborta.
"Little Rag" ..........Alice Prichett
Doll drill by twenty little ones.
"Stngy" ... ... ... ....Hilda Griffin
"I Wsh I Had IGirl"..............
...... John PWeakel. Sophie Schad
"Whbe te Bagaboo Comes Around"
Eva IDeO*, ulaice Gersos, Bes-
le Rao mmos
In faet, PeaUmela haesa rising gem-
wmaeato relsamt yma people wfho,
with tlelr Mlve clevernea and inhnl-
table chm, wil be heard of in the
yam that are to come. The young
0eMS who an oei last night are
all posesers of emakabrice voices.
Among thase who sag exceptionally
weon ,'wne 'ti rsia, Sophie Stwchd,
a m F neol, Mary Caro, Myrtle
K-Cl-. V a Ti ochA Norris Lewi,
Nfm Daa Sl. rah GoMstumker,
oa Fre AicePrcheatt, Hilda
Gri m., BUnice Oerson and Bessie Rob-
iMesa. A large amountVras realized
f the Interesting event, which
will Ie tow ad the worthy object in
view, that e imprvinf the grounds
eO School No. 1.
AmiN the pretty features of last
algst.-which should not be forgotten
owa "donl rill." by fourteen little
tobt which was executed with a grace
saw grel~ wMich did the pretty
little people muk credit. Those -who
were seea, la this particular part of
"Babool -D&ep" w l as tows' M-
beld HUMar i Me Williams Lle Mae
GibOen. RoaMs Del Sarp, Freds Gill,
Eula Padgett. hSivta Kinney, Velma
Willisms. velya Barto~l. Luctile
Wol mmabetf tlad, Vesta Dilger,
Mlade Reed. ad Mary Praett.
Tlod~t thM satire affair Prof.
se oarch- ra r leadm red eOception-
ally fe music, which was the court-
eoeP rofee5M beautful offering to
the wify cause Ra bamn.
These who itea-mea and'appreciat-
ed teaa eteC las1t- ght were loud
Ia their paroe Of the work of one of
PeaNmola's aemt yoang women,
low mma Uebutann. whose untlr-
Me inr hsed to do with the
Stat ofO XeIOMoe attaled by the
ywou peol 'Wao ae red In last
aoktas praodntiom. Ms Sehmlmann
is secretary e2 10 School Imprnve-
melt eales"U, anMd is oae of the
riam actors in hi e meral wk of
bsefffnt tg e Uheal saoool grounds
now as oaerily umaer way.
Am ig the Pal hits of the evening
--*a there were plenty of them-
'wha the evr ment wild and called
the yoeuM aeters M m ak gaa and again
wea the reMUMsa of "I Wish I Had a
Grt". by Jeoi Freakel aad Sophia
ehba., Both esw e taiB youmg
people have ble talent, and
their beautiful blending of voices was
e th be awmebered y levers of
t2el hame60y.
"Base Ball, a character eona by
warah GoMlameker, Hl4a Grila, Clara
Fleakel, a" Sophie 9chsd, aso
b"Nsht donm toe bae. Viola Roch
*was irresistible. She sang in her
MoaI ever a= inimitable manner
eeral cath selecUons among which
we "Youa Can't Gees What He
Wrote ea My Satte." Mis aramh
GeO tucker rea a &warming selection
between eaets ee aWl two. being well
received by a etlhuslastle audience.
Sol 1e Schad was a star of the Iret


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magnitude, apd Miss Eva Berlin ac-
quitted herself with great credit.
Miss Herachkovitch made a charming
school teacher, her part having been
one of the most difficult in the cast.
Mr. Harry Waggenheim as the love-
making principal, was the cause of
much merriment. John Freakel's base-
ball pentomine was another number
which did credit to this wonderful
young actor.
"When The Bugaboo Comes 'Round"
was a tremendously catchy character
song, proving full of melody and rip-
pling ditties, real and creepy sensa-
tions. Sung by Eva Berlin. Bessie
Robinson, and Eunice Gerson, the
"Bugaboo", made a decided hit, and
was applauded.for the gem that it
was. This pretty and unusual ditty
is taken from Mr. Levy's opera en-
titled "Jack and Jill", and is perhaps
among the best which he has written
Every detail, in fact, of "School Days"
was clever from start to finish and
Pensacola may well take pride in her
very brilliant young people. Nearly
three hundred dollars was cleared
last night by the Gardeners, which
will go toward the improvement of the
grounds of School No. 1.
Mrs. Mary Polmann 'wam given a
delightful surprise Varty last night at
her home, No. 212 West Govenment
street, when a. iairge number of her
friends called, the event being the
celebration of the estUmale lady's
forty-third birthday anntvesary. She
was the recipient of many handsome
and useful presents.
During the evening refreshments
were served sad greatly enjoyed by
the guests, who were as follows:
Mrs. Eva -Pfeiffer, Mr. Louis
Pfeiffer, Mr. and Mrs. Hallmark and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Berry end fam-
ily, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Thoreen, Mr.
and Mrs. Alken and son, Mrs. Etta
White and daughter, Mrs. Dooley, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Pfeiffer, Mrs. Cook,
Misses Dora and Julia Pfeiffer, and
Messrs. Harry Bonifay, Shppeerd,
Pitt, Carson, Williams, Rupert, Chas.
and Edwin Pohlmana, IAmbert.
Mrs. Peter Bell entertained In &
delightful manner on Thursday in hon-
or of her sister, Mrs. Minnie Fowler


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the sleeves were of the temked meltae
Folks. front, was an embroidered "form," do
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sot a mkaee owr Iat; boil we are elusive and
wfewn m oI m In ma t ages fain Pensacola for -..
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add salt and peppr to taste beat
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rP MSSALINE. SSStuc ank ad are |ft"as0diM
i gown lInstrated- the nodel being wooden back aSt ;- of 1 byT
ptael front and back. The yoke w forty-ave derees. te th t I
Ed stly with siLuver spagles, sa ta g is de Ae in the to aw atfthe Ja e s
also. About the yoke, back andv M m powt of the rlatte thf" U wky
me in raised emboridery in mauve T haly w el j"it y Ah"O' B 01" Intl,
draped acarfs of the satin f finished Ai Ii R and give It a to l eale Then
itch' SI.*ISIX*' A whom the rqIssen |- :eam ( Pbi 1U* 1M, W

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TO WOMEN. to dedicate the new 8unday shool
Sanne as a r MOi1 plae-4 r the
1 1 IIi IIIUl young people "of church.
d Suits, $19.75 s LIUII by the young Ssome p are iood
clothes the nerves and 8s"'a, a. *--,* of for one thing; some for
at $30. These muscles with warm fatfills The Pholatheaand as s- another.
t h v ei n s w i t h "ri c h .. . .. . ..b o th o f w h ic h a re enar na ti ve y r n e w
loth and Cheviot 19.75 the veins with rich bloodL. fte -i But with Ivory Soap
s ,to-day .......A It makes children rugged thebright oungl wk can cleanse ANY
erp who are their orgaaizers, and the yo an cleange ANY
and hardy and fearless of rapid ma inner n which t ey thing r ANY body-
been growing. direct im thing or ANY body-
the cold. It fills the whole to both the sunday school and to the yourself your baby a
y*.__ __I ,.. more energetic members who have youre your b y
body with warmth and life made the two y ors waistcoat or a
and energy. possible. w waisco t
Thin people sometimes IN THIS CITY.
.. a .. Mrs. Dr. Pierce and son Robert wi The daintier a thing
and on, Walter, whose home is at gain a pound a day while arrive from Mar o next week to e daintier a thing
No. 1511 Monroe avenue, Memphis, taking bethe guests of tthe the more necessary it
Tenn. Late in tae afternoon the par- o er Mrs- caard Lw Mrs.
ty took the car for Fort Barrancas, Pierce has many friends in the city, that O use Ivor
arriving in time for the regular week- Smind av em. w meof who will be gled to number is that you
d111 ofthe soldiers. Through the o eIaeam amw ah o w among the list of guests who am to t
-a ic f m O a be present in the city during Thanks Soap to clean it.
curtesy of -an official, a delightful _n r e*ua- wMnf t a giving week.
time was enjoyed at the fort. The =rr g J. w k .
government boat "Poe" then picked saOlrar OWiL a-rmlb*. lnT MISS AVERY MADE IVOry Soap
them up, and the remainder of the HIGH SCORE.
evening was spent on the gulf, when Miss Edna Avery made the h g t
the Poe" figured in the searchlight score at t Avery madeof the high 99 Pr C t. Pa
drill at Fort Pickens. So brilliant wa sc Morneing Bridge club, meeting of the Thursday
the play of the lights, that alt'aough Morning Bridg at the home c Mrs. L. b Twhich w hold

the water was pitch dark with a h0Tthe next meetirs. L of the club orwito n
moonless night, the boat was brilliant- The next meeting of the club will ficiently the brush can be reverse
ly lighted throughout the entire drill. 321-323 8. Palafox. be postponed until SMaturday, o and the aurry coat smoothed until It
At 9 o'clock, the party enjoyed count of Thanksgtvi. hMissM id has a satiny sheen. A stout leath"
lunch board, returning to the city d's 3 hBlount will be hostess at her me on handle which buckles on enablMes t
at 10 o'clock. Thoee who were pres- the bayshore, the hour -of meeting to user to get a irm grip on the brmhi.
ent at the unusually pleasant event *WV $ S Uh e be 11. .. as usual.
were as follows: Mrs. Minnie Fowler, BROWNING CLUB Grate bread to flne crumbs an4
and Walter Fowler of Memphis. Mrs. Are Leaders for Men'S WILL MEET TODAY. brown slightly in the oven, adding a
E. E. Goodrich and MA. Bell of Pen- Mrs. John C. Avery win be bste- little melted butter. Put into the botp
sacola, and Mrs. Iunsey and Miss trade for this busy store. t the regular meeting of the Brown- tom of a pudding dish a layer of the
Lathrop, of Illinois. ing Club which is to ocer at her home crumbs, add a layer of stowed ad
PRIZE WINNERS AT this afternoon on Geden street, at sweeteed apples and then a fop
THE B. P. 0. E. EVENT. 4 o'clock. The club enjoying a of mrumsM. Put in the oven foftee
THE B. P. E. E s VEwNT n valuable and interesting study course minutes. 'Make a auce of a halt ptla
Mrs. Harry Blumer, as winner of gifaTAT thTis season, and good results are an- of cream and one cam of sugar, pt
fryt donors at the social afternoon giv- A SPECIAL ticipated. oyer the fre and _when bolt b re-
en by the Ladies 'Auxiliary of the B. SHOWING OF moe, add vanilla flavoring and beat
P. 0. E. was awarded N handsome PERSONAL MENTION. i a well-whpped egg. Bea this
battenberg centre piece. Mrs. Clut. sauce steadtiy until cool. The pud-
teb, receiving second prize. a cutlass Miss Lathrop, a poplar Ifhols ding should be served hot with the
finger bowl. The afternoon was pleas- IACK UHA I i young lady. as arrived for the win. cold 5&.W0
antly spent, a large number having ter.
be iSn attO ndane. To-Day at Among out o f town e M yter That line of Jno. Kelly La. '
ARRIVES FOR W IN day w Mr. J. Pa tters of Mi dies' Shoes shown by the
Mrs. Carlos Veith arrived from Mode Stores are w
Birmingham yesterday, to be the J. F. Brown. and falyo Atanta Come take a look. Opp wel
guest of her cotsit, Mrs. William Hol- 5 South Palafox St. are at the "Maeyfe," onm wn lllnarsd
Ifleld for several weeks. She will be .. street. They will remain Is the city pOBtOC.
in the city until after the marriage of throughout the winter on seOaO t Of
Miss Minnye Holifeld ,which is to oc- te health of the former. A New Dish.
our on the 25th. A number of other **Dr. McKnnon who has be In Miss Dubley-She was brain
guests will arrive fre out of the dispose of property located here, wth Dr. McKnnon, who has been In the about how successful her dinner party
city during the week, to be present at a view to settling permanently in city for a few days left or his home was. She said t wound p "with
the interesting event. Texas, where the condition of Mr. n Nashville yesteay. great eclaw." What's "eelaw," any.
Pebley% health has already undergone MEALS FOR A DAY. way?
MRS. J. C. P E CITY. *LEY a remarkable change for the better. saturday, Nvemner 1. Miss iey-Wy,. I guess that was
MIVARRIVES IN THE CITY. a re- Mr. Pebley accompanied his wife as BREAKFAST the dessert. Didn't you never eat a
Mrs. J. C. Pebley,ormerly a res far as San Antonio, Texas, where tQe liced Orange, Sgared. chocolate eclaw?-The Catholic Staod .
dent of this eity, but recently of El family will locate permanently, pro- Codh a l Omelet. srd nd T es.
Paso. Texasarrived in Pensacola on vided the climate is as beneficial as Breakfast Rols.
Thursday, and will spend a few weeks that of El Paso. Otherwise. it is their Cress, French Drsingl. Seeing Some.
with friends with whom ,he and Mr-. intention to rctu-n to that cky The Ca
Pebley wr exceptClly popular afe IL Mountain Guide-You can me a
Pebley were ttexcetay popular condition of Mr. Tom Pebley, wlo is The Jouranl. great deal through that glass, miss..
previous to their leave-taking some also in the west for his health, is LUNCHEON. Girl lat the sunTmit)-I should sayyo
months ago In quest of health for the rot quite so 4encouutSlng, his mnwy Potatoes an Gratit. Popover could: why, on that hotel verafda I
Drtter. er soourn here Pehe will Pensacola friends will be sorry to Stuffed Popper Pickle. can see a woman wearing a pink
ing her sojourn here he ill learn. Cold Blw. shirt waist with a purple skirt, M e .
MRS. F. E. BRAWNER French Pancakes, With Syrap. hideous thing!-PucL. ,
18 IMPROVING. Te Cocoa
The many freinds of Mrs. F. E. CrawlsDI BleNu Shot Plug Cut satfie
Brawmer will be pleaded to learn that Baked Pork. MaSWed Pottee. however used. 10c a can at
She is now rapidly improving, after Spaghetti w et Ch ese.I
having been confined to her bed for Urnm seM. Imprl Cigar Sto
a gi J several weeks as the result of an ac- Salad of Cre Ceory.
client In which she figured. Chocolate PuddlAg. Foa' ,aMI. I '-
SALCO OL Mrs. Brwner, who is one of P0s C-e Ci Noir; A ZAe..
0Y cola's most popular matron, is prom-
* wasted by e-apRtI. inent in local circles, and the news Shot P g CAt. JRt that A R
mm-geft fi eit PWd t-at that she will sof tbe able to be aiout .lo. -o-. v--.. -- .t
agaan3 ".in is gatifyi ngIndeed. mild, mellow manok you are The Ladies' Aid of th
.,Soc.asnd$l.Ataldrugsates. THE CARNATION looking for. Foe ale at Im- Firt Baptist Church
The Ca tilou Club, another of Pen- p- Str- hold a Dazaa in the Key
sacola's popular organizations .whica HOUSEHOLD SUGaSTION..
flourishes ring the winter months Old jelly gets ipn. It eam be o
will hold a meeting on next -riday made like new by hea*dlg AdM d battle P lfOX r t N
night at the home of Mra. Kirchoffer. water and sugar. Palox street,
R as Feature A most delightful time is anticipated, h wI e
ly sho I~f t PC~ffias the club is composed of a congen- Catting onions, t----- r s ist. Lunh wi b
ial and fun loving aggregation of so- across the tber mask them mOe n- from 10 a. mn. tO 10 p. m.
clety folk. der when cooked. ______
GADSDEN STREET YOUNG A faint scent of violets is i rted
PEOPLE MAKE MERRY. to handkerchiefs by ldlai a l l
SThe members of the Philathea and piece et orris reet t the ater Is 1* <- -*'
lBaraca clas oft the GaO sden street which they are d. V 10 li l a a
Metodist Sunday school enjoyed a *
pleasant evening lat night, when a Finger marks -e dee- e- miy be 1e -
large number were in attendance at rubbed off with a ptece of 1lin 1SaM Sc
Sthe "house warming" which served nel dipped in psiaa, Afterad-
^H~ul.e _______or_______ wpe ~ih.. n furished for, rieceptoms, 4tlm t

--- talanments of all kinds. No ob j
To oftenhard wter, p cm o ounce to eatoms-towu m=*=*emte. igm
half 0t water. Stir It taoidh.y s "M ? 0,
allow it to set.e. TheIsour of the Box 044, Pensacola, Vla.
to add to four barrels f ea wvler.
SAll bar sop for beamehoM purposes FRESH OYSTERS
,should be kept for a few weeks beore
th ad air as much as posse Every day. The ,.M
w gheat it willast twice as blg as If




What You Have Someone Else May Want.

' $1175.0(L
We are offering very mice S-room, ona-story dwdi^ on North Alcs-
a stet. with a lot fronting 4 5 12 feet. 0 U fi.w ea 3r6.-
Cain buy a one-story dwe fig on North Res street, near Gadsden
breet, containing 5 rooms with lt h OW z feet. This Is listed for only a
ftw daysat this price.
i $2100.00.

Wil get a very nice home -anDeVllitr stet. rergory street. of
M* m. with a lot 44xI10 fet. O caVwiat to any car Une.
ire Insurance.- C7ty Maps.
SAgentse Slot w*Bndg*

L raine Ras as**** L*ws a *A*" A ;ts.
Mm Um t ,PMing. I ,Pi" ** .

Have You a Home ANorth Hill Home.
All modern. S rooms. two hathlv lar+
Of h&t. half blo.k o" <-ar lin,. close to Jwe0
of You Own luar. and Publi, S-hool N 1.
of Your wn Price$8000
Have .You ambitions t invest your Som O r
money In a home for yourself and family' Sme Others.
-a .[ $2.500-4-ayshore homni. at 1Fisherv ille. 1,i
Upon the property which we recently feet front, goo.l
constructed 10 hoties, we have only two $3,500-' rooms, all nml,-rn. East Gads-
left-1 at $900 and I at $1200. The $900 den.
house we will sell ono terms of 310 down $2.100-East Jackson. 6 rooms, all m.kd-
and $10 per month. The $12s). same plan. ern.
only $15 down and $15 per,month.
There are many reasons why you, Leslie E Brooks
should grasp this opportunity while you
can. Anyone who has visited the West AW Al 1 W
End lately can see much improvement.
and many buildings going up. The ground (Incorporated.)
allows you to have a garden, chickens. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
etc.. there being 6 lots to each place. Th ERANCE.
ground alone in a few years will be worth 43 South Palafox Street.
what is to-day asked for the whole.
Don't put any longer. Come down
to-day and let as show you the property. F r
Other property in aHl parts of the city.
- If you have any for sale, list it with us.
$25 a month for 2-story,

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



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

SYou F MI L S. BROWN 6 CO 8-room and hall house within J 0. W c Jr,
e RL ST Aall modern improvements, on PHONE
W O CAW W YOURrEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Room* 304-306 Thiesen Building
S-AGENTS. Bay Shore at White's Sta- Rooms 304-306 Thien Building
Sof the best bargains in real estate ever offered Second Floor Thiesen Bldg. tion on Ele; ric Car Line.
t InePtnacola. rThea Fisher Real Estate HELP WANTED
Sapaymentdown and the balance FOR SALE The Fisher Real Estate HELP WANTED. Two-story Brick Store. S. E. Cor. Government a,
HOMES! For a small payment down and thebalance FOR SALE. Agency. ATI n pere collector. facing L N. R. R.track, ideal location for
ke rent SEWING MACHINES. Yrk Loan o. 1041 South Pala- mnt. Price on application.
L TS! In all parts of the city on the inst"llment plan. THE BEST values in Sewing Machinesx
can be obtained at Singer store. Ma- EDUCATIONAL. wANT :,I-coo. re,.nlia, .woman with 300 acres on Santa Roa Sound, prce $1750.
chines sold for cash or on easy terms. ..'fcrcnc. i, fr clamber maid. Applv
SSEE US BEFORE BUYING. Look f or Lhe RedS.. SinFULL CONSERVATORY COURSEer Nor- 1 frt iar an rmaid.vp Tw cottages on Santa Rosa Sound. Price on ap
chne Co., 32 South P o al method. Theory, Harmon:.. Peda-
*'RJAI-FTT T AlXT MQL R XTFOR SALE-A nice eighteen-month-old gogi's. Students qualified for teaching. V.'ANTPF'D-Carriers wanted :t The Jour- 32,000 acre virgin pine, will cut 75 million feet
McMILTAN & McCLURE _=t. 2,0s67 t 10 -C n0 u per v
colt. saldle and bridle for $35. Well Certificate awarded. Phone 867. Mada4me ntl 'ofhce. Apply Circulation Dept.
,broken in for boy to ride or drive. Can Eloise Hull. loctlm ANTD-Railway mail -rks; customs
REALESTATE, RENTSANDLOANS.orid team Bary. OU AR UDGED by your printing employees. clerks at W higr. Com- 20000 acres Timber T priv on
RE AEw It etot no more to have the best. Have men-emrent salary $So0.4). No layo0fs.i
It done at the Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W. Many examinations soon. Preparation release 1,000 acres. Balance can be retained
NO. 9 W. Tn.renrwar St. Ph e 271. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale. Government. frt ',. Write. immediately. Frank!n In- 70,.00.
Mrs. Jarl. 03 N. Hayne street. 20nov3t* qtitute. 25. Rochester. N. Y. Snov-m*
FOR SALE--Good milech cow, $ 2.00. Jno. pupils in voice culture and beginners WANTED-Eve.ryv mnan. woman and child 7000 acres virgin pine, solid body, $3.50 per acre
Hannah. Caryville. Fla. 21novlw* In piano study. 309 North Spring Street. in Pensacola to know about the great Call around and let Us sell you a Kupfian Park
FOX TERRIER for sale, Phone 601. 3novlm* closing out sale we are having in .cloth-
FOX TERRIERS for sale, 210 East Inten- ing and general merchandise. E. G(reen- a sample of the god things we have to offer,
I ---- dencla. Ed. M. Pooley, Phone 1121. blatt, 139 E. Intendencia St. .Ilo-tlnm
2onovlw* .. List your property wit hus-WE GET RESULTS.
FOR SAL- e lnt kn open FOR RENT WANTED-Hustlers, ladies or gentlemen.
FOR SAL--An excellent Franklin open F .to cauvas for useful house-hold articles.
stove, for coal. Price $8. Apply 301 W. Quick sellers. Good money. Apply 310
Chase. 19nov FOR RENT-New store and fiat. with E. Government St. 4oct
all modern conveniences, at 108 East
W e h ve eaictAmer for a 7 to 8 MODERN PRESSING CLUB and ac- Intendencia. Apply 307 W. Chase St. WANTED--Carriers wanted at The Jour-
Woe o aoe hOOn5 r forla 7 tlo counts. Also well-located berdling 21nom nal office. Apply Circulation Dept.
1 modern bowe onB of IM house. now full regular boarders. Apply --
The Pacxard Land Company, 213 117 East Intendencla St. 19novlw* FOR RENT-Six-room cottage, East REPREISENTATIVES to solicit. exclu-
Blount BuiU ng, PRone 120. Gadsden street, close in, $17 per month. sively or side line, the Saloon. Drug
S. OR SALE-One general Jersey cow. Apply B. F. Wolfe, Care Citizen National Dispensary and Wholesale Liquor trade
Can be seen at 1000 N. Alcaniz St. Bank. 19nov for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran-
nevl9th teed under the Pure Food Laws and
STORE FOR RENT-1 4 Eaat Wright St. adopted by the U. S. Government forHos-
WANTED--One second-hand tent about No better location &1 the city. This pital purposes. An easy seller. Write l g.
I 5ox60 feet, also 50 air good roller store is the last chance in this block. Fine quick for prices, territory, etc. Box "294.
skate.s P. 0. Box 77, Bagdad, Fla. location for a good a gat market, mer- Covington, Kentucky. 25octlm*
17novlw* chant-tailor, millinery-f any other buel-
r-nss not at present ;lctted on property. 4 0 1
"__ __ --FOR SALE-Large assortment of barroom For particulars apply Briggs' House. 104
S l_ r furniture-counters, mirrors tables, ist Wright SL, or 1:otom & Watson. LOST. R PEN A
?' Wr l Achairs, etc. Second-hand. Can be bought 13nov2w* FOR RATN-SC
WANTED.' BOARD AND ROOMS. at low price. Apply 1 W. government STRAYED OR OEO bay
f IRST-CA i 8 BOARDD iare comfortable A warehouse with wvte detrack lhors, at Millview. Two hind feet white SEWING MACHINES.
WANTurkeyD, Chickens and Eggs for r 1om at YIUst.r on the beach. 6 COMFORTS-Blankets and bed spreads Stpres East near Palafox, and left fore foot white. White blaze in IF YOU wish to buy or rent a sewing Pensacola-For
Turkey. Chickens atsnd tegs or ~. minutes fram town. Rooms for light on weekly or monthly payments. Phone $15 to $30 -each. face, from forehead down to mouth. Ten machine, the Singer and Wheeler & WINTER D
Thankgiving. F. B. W atsonphone 3 hoekeepg. Mrs. C. J. Allen, phone No. 971 and we will send salesmen with S. W. corner Zarragoesa and DeVil- dollars reward if returned to Nelson Rich- Wilson machines are the best Look for Eective Thu
S21IovIw is. 21novIw' samples. Solomon Furniture Co. 18novim lers. $50.00. ardson. Millview, Florida. 20nov4t* the Red S.. Singer Sewing Machine Co.. .Leae PenacolI
t ,_tk z v" 317j% South Palafor, ,upstairs, pool dt2 South Palafox St. 2-novtt t5:0 a. m.
ATE;-rN--Posbjection toby lean .e THRwE FURNISHED ROOMS, suitable AT YOUR OWN PRICE-One 2% H.P. room. $30.00. LOST-Plain gold loket with F. .m
.keeper. o ob on to lea for lht ekeepng. Moder and one 1o H.P. stationary gasoline Gadod n a:d 6th avenue. $1. engraved on it. Return to 10 E. Inte- FOR SALE-Tugboat. 5012 feet, on easy 7: a. m.
el-ences Bookkeeper. P. 0- Box Blount & ,hount r ter7: 15e a. ...
eacola, Fla. elO v3t ta. Apply 1 E i Gadsden St. engine. One 4 ILP. Gray marine motor, '104-106 South Tarmragonna St.. $20.00. dencia St. and receive reward. 19nov1w* terms. Blount & Blount Carter. :00 a. m .....
oa .$A nov21a one Mitchell motorcycle, one small buff- Suite of 4 offices, 2nd floor, Palafox St 2novw* 8:45 a. m .
WANTED-People to know that te. ing heel and stand, foot-power lathe, entrance, $30.00. STRAYED ORP STOL1EN from Burl Bay- :30 a. m.
AwTCD--People to know thatY TWO nCIL FURNISHED ,mtr one Ealdridge marine reverse gear and Houses--i ns's stable at Big Bavyouii. a double- 10 A m..
n Furniture Co.. sells r onl h n concert graphrphone. Baraeo a 5 W. Gregory. $22.50. breasted dark bay hoise. tail and main FOR SALE-Two lots on North Palafox 0: a. .
l kets and bed spreads on easy pay ansd p o. ApI 11 East La Rua a Thompson. 10 East Garden St. l5nov 119 S. Baylen, $20.00. bobtbed. loth ears clipped. Reward for stret A bargain. $00.00 to loan on a
? ens. 18novIm an Apy 1 st La Run Fisherville. modern. $17.50. returnto 710VW. Belmont St. l5novlw* good security. Rnt collafted. J. : a. m
FOR SALE-22-acre farm, 3% miles west 519 W. Gregory $22.5#. Andrews. 101 N. 'alafox St. 21nov 1:p. m.
borrow 500.borrIw 2:00. p. iW.
Al D-To borw 500. O R RNT-Comtertable rooms and good of Pensacola, half-mile south of hard 1113 N. 9th avenue, $19.00. LOST-Money hb not seeing The Saun-
to pay 10 per cent. Good security. board. Homw e place for young men. road and quarter-mile from head of Little 37 E. Roniana. $2.5.00. ders Mill Company before purcl-asing IF YOU WANT Turkeys. Chickens or 2:45 p. m..
aps P. Box 245. lw-novI* Permanent ird~ oer wanted. 420 West bayou. All under cultivation and under 2200 N. Spring, $10.00. mat,.rial in the builders' supply line. 2 eggs for Thanksgiving, see F. B. Wat- 3'S3 p. m
Chase street. two dooo from tar line. fence. Good peach orchard, scuppernong 162:2 N. 7th. $12.50. E. Garden St. novltf son or phone 635. 21novlw 4:15 p. m .....
W' I)ITION WVANTED by young n who Southern exposure. 20nov2w- vines, several good pecan trees,- five- Near Kupfrians Park, large lot, $10.00. :00 p. m. at.
ye arSIsT pOaTic'Dl ex een e o exo room hou.e. with hall and ga.ery all 2121 North 6th avenue, $8.00. LOST. STRAYED OR SrOLEN-One 1- FOR SALE---Timbered lands in large or 6:00 p. i. :45
S -tn laundry and electrical engineering. FURNISHfD ROOM with privilege of around. water pump on gallery. Apply 1301 W. Intendencia, $8.00. month-old white and liver pointer, small tracts. Southern Real Estate and 7:00 p. m. 6:30 I
OSed recommendations. Will take any- light bhousitkspg. 102 N. Alcan St. Win. Archer, 1309 W. Jackson street. JOHN N7. DAY. named .port. and sone -nonth-old white- Investment Co., Flomaton, Ala. oct3tf 8:0 p. m. 7:15 p
tbI reasonable. i ddress E. E. G.. Care Phene 1102. I9now- l7noviw* 6 East Garden St. with-lenion-ears settpr naimnd ,am. Lib- 9:00 p. n. 8:00
reaoaable. ddreS E. E. G, Car. Phe 1102. 19no1w 17novlw 6 East Garden St. eral rward for retn C. Barri- FOR SALE--Farm of 160 acres, 10 miles 10:0 p. m. 3:4
now OAD AND ROOM In desirable section FOR SALE--Try a barrel of rosin chips. FOR RENT. neau. R. F. D., Cottage Hill. Fla. 31octlmn from Pensacola. Price $1500. Address 11:0 p. m. 9:30 p
S ANTED-To borre 2o on real estate of city. near bay front. Terms very Best for a quick and good tire. Special Dwellings (North Hill.)- F. H., P. O. Box 782, Pensacola, Fla. 10:15
Security worth $5000. Address P. reasonable. A ly 426 t Zrragossa St. price on lots of five or more. Phone 956. -story dwelling, North ill. 10 22octm 11:00
Sx ," Pensacala, Fla. linovtf 18novlw. C. H. Covington, 20 E. Brainard t.1m rooms .......dwelling North Gile................... 0.00 MISCELLANEOUS. 7:1 a.
.2-story dwelling,.iorth Guille- MISCELLANEOUS.rn a fo
OU'IrF 'pER with ten years experience ROOMS for rent, furnished for light- mard. 12 rooni--_.....................-.------50.0) ___________,__ I- as a loc
Ston Box 131r O cev l h pin. Gas. With or without TWO TS In New City, five -minutes 2-story dwelling, North Palafox, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. s xacp t ro
fa. 1 board. MuraksFa Palafox. on car walk from ear line. A bargain. See us 10 rooms ............... ......... 45.0 All pers' s having -laims against the
line. 401 93. G regory. 17novlw* at once for a home site cheap. Leslie E. Dwellings (West End.) LIVE STOCK + e e c
Brooks Company. 17novlw* No. 320 North Barc.elona. k rooms :15.0 late firm of W~illiani.ts & Pritc.h,-tt ,a firing
l I-To :et the public know that LrNo. .08.eot GBarden. 6 rooms .... 00 commlese of Villiams and II. dicontinued, ex
Three fS^^^^a^ S .fet for rou t. 0. 9 nsm t t forv doing busin e IOULTRY at r h
ped with evtt machineryosuited UNC 22 feet long. 44-inch beam, No. 317 -North Rlarc!ona, g rooms 25.00 P-ithett, h(--etfor,' doing hnsmn,', at AND POULTRY noons.
r-'-"e eria_ int or]r i e.-P--,_ Bt s m trkt Hisvlm* H. P. engine. Speed about 10 miles per No. 521 Wvest Garden. 7 rooms .... 20:00 Clarksville. in .ialhoun county. Florida. freight
hOpr. Apply A. A. Wri.htn R" 6 W RO Vo 402 West lntendencia 7 rooms 2900 are hereby ri-l,4.stedl to present their ......... ............ ,. 1
hor Apply" A.. A. e ig- -.*'6 402 West Roma, ,cnca. rooms.,
"O]raept3Otf No. 53 West Rornana, .5 rooms 1250 said claims to me for payment, as reeiver
Cdr. Baylen and Maw. Ol d EAIY FRONT OO. mann street-. No. 51A2 Went Romana, 4 rooms. 1205o the assets l low ring to said firm. This
Gdinen6W MeW 15 nolw FOR SALE-Pa er-shell pecans, Tresh Four-room dwelling at Fisherville i0 17th day of November, A. i. 1 TUK HCK ad for Trog freig
3. WAW...-Bn e- for ittn or o* and of best quality. per pound, anv Dwellings (East End.) J. ). ROBESONe. Thanks giving. F. B. vatson. phone
SA T t onIcyers fWor onv14t NICE OLD PAPERS Str sale at this e- quantity. Phone 1014. W. E. Acosta. 10th No. 16 East Roinana, 10 rooms .. 30.00 21no: Receiver. 6.1novw UND
..- StatonIc Wrk.avenue and 13th street. novl4tf No. 722 North Sth Avenue.05 rooms 20.00
e at a avenue and 13th street. no4tf No. .2 North t Avenue. 5 rooms 20.00 CLIPPIN;-lor-s clipped at the Pen- EGGS are Eggs) Conkey's Laying Tonic First car leave
W WANT to make your stencilsanas...rh o F'. &, CO.. Phone No. 24. hour on. the wi
Sand do any eltcaor FOUR C RTABL furnished rooms FOR SALE---The best grade of Alabama No. 8 East ntnden-ia 6 rooms 1.00 saola stables. Wst Itendencia Streehone No. 4. onth
Sreparing. Barraca & Thomp- for light housekeeping. Gas range and coal at $ per ton. Jelli.o at $7. No. 81. East LaRua, 5 rooms ... 13.00 observed. except
m, 20 E. Garden St. Phone 619. lesept cook stove. On car line, near bay. 501 E. Prompt delivery. Stratton Ice Works. No. 16 ast Wright. rooms .... 12.0Trbod to rin their bu- G FOR ETTINGFrom Pure Bred Barrancs at 5
Government St. 15nov wl 14novtf Stort-.s. Offices and Halls in all parts VANTED-E-terybody to bring their bug- EGGS FOR -ETTING-From Pure Bred Barracas at 5:1
KodGovernment tdevelopinovw no f ts e ci ans in aty pa gies carriages and floats to The Jan. M Black Minorca. Nortups Strain, and m.
n DKt Jodhnson' Book Store. l ve* BOARD AND ROOMS-Large house, FOR SAL---Four-room house near Mrs.of t A gents Blount Building. JohnsonmCarriage Works to-be repaired t Par ur rk s. "h Ingletn h avnu leavigh enro
pleasantly and centrally located. 319 Morgan's. "All Bay." 165 feet front on kOOTON 0 WATSOn. o.
T iHEr HOUSBWIFE, whose cook loft Qulle e St. rally lnov2w* Pensacola Bay. Fine shade and an HOOTON WATSONor.Main and Bayen Sts., OldHudson P 0. Box 575. W. T. Tracy. 7nov WEST
tut mtUice Is wise. she will place a bearing fig and peach trees. Price, $ro 0 "THE RENTAL AGENTS." Budin oPassengers w
t he% e columns for another and thus FOR RENT-Two connecting rooms, cash. Phone 549 or write P. 0. Box 'B.' Call and nspect Our Lists. Phone 54. NORTH HI.L GREENERY-Flowers for will take Nortl
"all the trouble at one-. southern exposUre, with nice family. 313 Pensacola. Inov2w* all oCas Cr ysanthmums, forn et Hill car
N. Alcan between Wright and Belmont OR RNT-rarg trt ebricptk warehouse on tons an oses Designs a specialty
P WlTION as manager of naval stores streets. 1novlw* DID YOU SAY WOOD?-I sell it in our RailrNad street- r Apply t o Jas. McHugh. Sweet Roses. Designs a spealt A p. m and Sund
Twenty years experience; best mill yard. foot of 10th avenue, at 40c Railrad street. App to JaI, MCHugh. Sweet Pea s0ed. 9139 N. Baylen St. oct27tf WEST PTOPT st HIll cars
r rece. Address D. B. Page. Flor- OOM FOR RENT, with privilege of a load-all that one horse an haul. 40-. --- CT FLOWERS-Orders taken for all oc- WANT ADSstrt to th pos
la, Ala. 3novlm* light housekeeping. Use of bath and Good short wood ready cut, for stove, FOR RENT---tore building on S. V. causions, particularly for weddings and' PENSACOLA
SB E S phone. Terms reasonable. Phone 1457, grate or fireplace. Lay in a good supply Corner Zarragossa and Baylen streets. funerals. Miss Leila C. Reese, 518 N. -- sw AL
i B EAST HILL BARBER SHOP, Cor. or apply 116 East Romana street. 3novlm before price goes up and thermometer Apply McMillan & M.-Clure, 9 W. Inten- Baylen. Phone 282. S:oct
_th avenue and Wright street, solicits goes down. Send a dray. Flowers. at dencia St. Phone '71 oCt27tf
gagrpatronage. Children especially in- IF YOU HAVB anything thr rent why not phone 429. will haul you a big load. J. O. IF YOU WANTED a nit,+ carrIage and' APALACH COLA.
Ust&. Good care taken. Chas. Licata. advertise it In these column? Every. Walker, Agent. novl2tf FOR RENT match horses for a wedding or to go Mobile & G
Sector. Snovim oC to IsSEo *e It.- Stores. calling. where would you go to get them? FILLER HOTEL. Apalachlcola. Oldest
r. novm i -o LARGE LOT COR. CHASE AND DE- DeLuna Street .................$25.0 T. Pc.sacoia Livery Stable, or ring ,-stablihed hotel in city: free baths, In ennectln
WANTED-Everybody to know that we FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished rooms VILLIER STS., FOR QUICK SA IE 309 K. Intendencia Street ......... $ 6.00: Phone 39. octlStt, be-st service. Rates $1.50 and $2.00. Spec-
are running on full time and turning out in nice f&aily ,cloo to business center. AT $1S00. JNO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR- 146 S. 'l'arragona Street .. .. .$1.00t al ratC bO week. S. Jenkins. Prop. 15 Adr Bay pa
S lret-class material for building. promptly. Apply No. 24 'Weat Romana street. 120 S. Tarragona Street ..........$12.00 A. If. McLFOTe & CO.. Saiimakers-Can- freight and pa
eTer business solicited. Saunders Mill 24octlm* DEN ST. 13 W, Romana Street ... ........$83.35- vass fro.n 14-In V 29 E. Garden St. novltf N. Palafox street ...... ......$40.0 weights. Large supply of Awning Goods,
2 Garden St- ovttf R B RENT--trnished or unfurnished FOR SALE OR RENT---y home fur- Store near Palafox Street. Tents, ('-ots. liarnmocks, etc., always in drew Milville
WANTED--To give you a chance at the frent room. deithem and eastern ex- nished or unfurnished. consisting of Boarding Houses- sto -k. 7T18 South Palafox. 1aug F U. ND drew Bay, mak
ge t bargain in clothing and general poaure, phone and bath. to desirable block :1*0. New City Tract, Cor. 16th St. National Hotel, IS rooms ...... ..$60.0,
hlandls-e now berlin given in our party. North Hill. Private family. Ad- and 14th Ave. (No. 1400 Lakeview Ave.), Dwellings- MERCHANTS TRAN'SFEr CO.. Thor. B. THE PI.ACE to nuy comforts, blankets A. I. Ry.
South sale. Greenblatt, 139 E. dress Box 574. l5aug or will sell all or th west half of the .,r. l4th A-ee and .13th street. 18.00i Thoorsen. Prop. solicits all kinda of and b- pnreads on easy payments, at days and Thur
Eie nt-ec street. Lloctln -m block. Terms easy. Address J. C. Pebley. 1 t01 N. .th Avenue ........ .1. moving an hauling. Furniture packed n Furniture C. nov additional
S15 Arizona St.. El Paso. Texas. nov7tf 1o00 N. Palafox Street ..........515.)o! for shipment. Furniture stored. Office and passenger r
ANTrED-Old hats to remodel and new HOTELS --. 10 East Cervantes ............. 15.0, l phone 97S. Depot phone 04- ljnetf.- -
ones to make to order., Iressmaking FOR SALE-Several head mules, all iu .0l-ast Ce.-antes str-et ...........$ -., __ j -ell ]
crochetted novelties. Mrs. Evelyn BRIGGS' HOU E-0 E i l good working condition. $65 and utp 9*0 North Reus Street ........... 01---- ---- -- --- -.----" a -a a ll J
eEh-rtt. 815 East LoRua St. S30octlim* near nio O 104 E. cWright street, Come early if you want a bargain. Gar- I 754 W. Zarragossa Street .. .I0 00R
to nr Lnon Dpot. Nie -lean rooms, tDeld Ie Factory. ...nov.t..n7 X. Stro, :::.t.... .1t.0 MONEY TO LOAN. i MARKET REPORT
S ANTED--ATl kinds of second-hb eate: insists, peri day. Regular t9eet E tron Street .............S$..-,i.oo G.A*HE. TS
sacs. Bring them to us- ship them to rooms $1.50 per week and upward. FOR SALE-Thoroughly kiln-dried rougi 1211 E. C.,rvante't Street ..........312.50 WE have $100,000.091 -.n .-ante first T Mari
Telephone us; write to us. Corner 19novim' amd dressed lumber, sash, doors and 13l9 E. Strong Street ............. 12.50 clams. $ per cent mortgages on city real e _._. traffic Mana
en and Alcants streets. Telephone blinds, high-grade paints, oils and build- 513 FK. l',t, ndncia Street .........82000 estate In any amount from 8100a.0 up. i PENeACOLO COTTON MARKET.
334 S. Mellen & Co. Suept on bay shore 10 m-nthe "iOld Mill" Inn. ern e ra' hardware. Saunders Mill Co.. 2"2 613 E. Governn:- nt Street ........1.00 You have worked for your money, now let PN Si,, CO-lin repO.t iO furnished daily
getales.Delieredan-of wintebay ore, 1A minutes rcne from city Garden sAtreetn nov1tf 1107 E. Strong St .................1.00 it work for you. Th'e Fisher Rri Estates f .- T .Totonai In- Marks & Gayle. F.0. M. -A B
A2NTDE--Your orders for freh met o electric car line, Il be open for the -- 1t1. East Strong Steet-------15.00 A f o Pa aox Street. 10-Jta.te ot then iTeor-hant.y Pi-nsacola, F O..:
_841 vegetables. Delivered any part of Aide Os I.A rn conveniences. FOR SA ---On account of leal the, ('or. Wh avenue and Jackson St $150o0 1 oonmerchants.Pensacola.Fla.
s'te. Phoy'n Met Market. 1 tEast fnaP eaS a.! Pho M"1 >ity I wil s my m with at tur- o**-. 10th avenue and 21st -St. 15.00 Are you getting per cent net for otrit middling ..............:..........9 1-8 ST
.1w.gac Pbone Meat. Mreept t.. sept nishings. complete. E. Greenblatt. 139 E. Large li-room house on bay shore your money? if not. you don't get all str .middling ..................... .9
B- Y se t LOST-A seed eMttf to rat or Intendencia ht. 3loctlm at Fisherville. with electric lights, bath, that is -coming to you." We can place It Middling ............................. S 7-8
p'- ef S ur il min gFR]SLEO--REe sl h t yemte o .havy S, S hot and cold .water: can be rented fr- on first mortgages on improved city ? Strict low middling ..................8-1-2 U
welt. H soled in m1 minute. a _t- te In aiIauin-hav -- FOR SALE. OR REN.T-Seabreexe cottage. nished or unfurnished, 2 servant houses erty. How mucn does It pay you laid up --
I;g -- $11 South P- alte street. i want on Santa Rosa sound. Good outbuild- in yard; 3 blocks from car line doig nothing? Leslie E. Brooks. 112 NAVAL STORE. L
h e m sane d I a 1093. alr ings and about 19 acres land. extending Offces- p Savannah. Ga.. Nov. 20.-The following
WAEIU.- 3. m w VERY HOTEL far Wxt lorida from Pensacola bay to Santa Rosa Sound. Furnished office over People's Natinal oare the naval stores quotations:
WihAug. Hem .wantees eall eath abamma should carry a U ad Harry W. Gibbs, 27 s. Palefox St. ,tBankw o oT -ANED on alp kinds of wyr- -..............................6 35
o this columns. The cost Is only $1.50 1*au Cor. Romana and Palafex Sts.. two o-1 al property on sort notice. y G ................................ 35 .___
,o W0 I eO Mper month for tar Ines or 3.. 3al Ms'Ns SUITS to go at $4.50. amues J . y Co.. W. Roaa. M ................................5 35
** -from $10 to $8-: 300. boys' 2 and $; The Fisher Real Estate K ................................4... 0
M.. suits to go at 81.25. Must vacate by A MO1ET IOANED. on real estate an I .................................4 00
tOT CE OF REMOVAL. PERSONAL .January 1st. E. Greenblatt. 139 E. In- Agency. property In thne city or H .................................. 3 _45_
Sn s ttendencia St. e31octlim THE RENT COLECTORS." onort note. Terms easy. .- G ...............................2 92%
OF R1EMOVAL--I have leasd SWITrCHES MADE. $1.50; 8 puffs. $1.00; ONE .AND .TWO-YEAR-OLD .Grape Phon 7. ...114 ................................s
store, Ne. 101 North Palafox St.. rats 25 and se. from your own comb- vines. Peaclh Trees etc. Address Jas. PEOPLE are flndi>n out ever- day that ___i ..I> ....... O
SI sha l glaed to n ee all my s or hum hair furnished. Laura Blomeley. Fernhill Vineyard. Contonment. i The Journals Want Colums are -all B f............................... 80
o ams. I Ns nab onad tooeeal or 03 h Davls. corner Lar a. Fla.. or apply to Clyde Biomeley. Unio itat is claimed for em hy ftthy Subscribe forn The Tournal. siri Turpentine, 9 cents. AN Wrk T-
Iir n J. N. Asw. Phone 132. 31octlm* Tradinr& St.,rc. 25octlm*n them and get what y journa. Vktt fi. Wr -
^ .


nd Tarragona Sts.,
wholesale establish-

pine, 20 million ft.

ly. Three years, to
I ten years. Price,

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lot. These are only


Phone 979.

t Barrancas Schedule.
rsday, October-1, 190.
a. Leave Ft. Barrancas.
.............. :00 a. m
............ 7:15 a. in
.............. .:00 a. na
............./ 8:45 a. m.
.............. 9:30 a. m.
.............. 10:15 a. n.
..............11:00 a. m.
.............. 11:45 a. m
.............. 12:30 p. m.
.............. 1:15 m.
............. 2:00 m.
.............. 2:45 p. m.
.............. 32:-39 p. am.
.............. 4:15 p. m.
.....Sat. only 5:10 p. m.
only. 5:45 p. m. 6:00 p. m.
p. m. 6:30 p. m. 7:00 p. m.
. m. 7:15p. m. 7:30 p. m.
. m. 8:00 p. m. 8:30 p. m.
p. m. 8:45p. m. 9:30 p. m.
p. m. 9:30 p. m.10:30 p. m.
). m. 10:15 p. m.11:30 p. m.
p. m. 11:00 p. m.
p. m. 11:70 p. m.
train from Pensacola will
train hereafter. The ,:1A
SBarrancas wil make all
Saturday. when a local
BIg Bayou at 5:20 p. m.
Big Bayou local will b4
cept on Saturday after-
eaves Pensacola at
7:15 a.nm.
10:15 a. im.
3:30 p. m.
ht leaves Pensacola at
1:15 p. m.
s Pensarola at 7:00 a. m.:
:00 a. in.. and from that
'ek day schedule will b"
t a car will leave Fort
)0 p. m. Instead of 5:10 p.
will make but one trip,
a at 9:30 a. m.
shing to go to West Hil1
H1111 cars and transfer to
it la Rua and Devillies
every week day after I
ays after 3 p. m.. whew
will run through Palafox
office and to West Hill.

ulf Steamship Co.,
with the Atlanta & t.
milway steamship Mantoo,
esenger service betwe
a,. Panama City, St. An-
and all points on St. An-
king connections with A.
rain* Panama City, Tuwo
Information for freight
ates, apply to
Phone 1250.

urpentine Stil,
acola, Fla.

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- What You Want Someo Else May Have.,


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 *ash, door and
blind factory and planing mill. situated at Bagdad and Pensacola, Fla. This
plant is up-to-date in every way and can be purchased on very reasmnabie

206 S. Paleafw St. Phone S7., Florlde


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O s a W.- C...CartertW..G. He"randes C. E. SHAKLEFORD,,w Whereas, Mike O'Leary has applied to Brownon. John Baumeister and J. __" __
S l W.4. Carter to W. G. Hernandez, cret-r.. this court for letters of administration Hobby, and until a regular election of
berths. Nor aW, lIaof 1 11 $ WO, 1 aIes CM lot 3, section 33, tp. *cum testament annex. on the estate of offcer, W. B. Brownson shall be Prel- J. & BWBB W. DOw
S it rrasit oe 2 S.n raGs 30 wea. VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN r W. Mills. deceased, late of said dent and General Manager. John Ban- aier.
owi -tawl t (O. B- .. --went- VOLUNTEER VETRAN FIXrwMENM County of Escambla. These are. there-; melter shall be Secretary and T reasrr
Hmana M. Ba. Br.t 6., Coope~ r Volunteer Veteran FIremen's A iad .- fore. to cite and adiponish all and stagu- and J. Hobby shall be Superintendent..
Co. m- H Ia the first Fa FraIneeay e doth tbeot and appear before thicurt theirsuaessorsa duly elected andN ation
7 -ee-' --'9- b at 7:30yp. In _-- 4_ on or before the ifth day of December, A. A.our.i.ed.T
As. as IV th 2381 at :30 p. m. D. 1 08, and file objections, if any they VL
ri h to lTasito f 0 m*. beWi to J .N. ANDREWS, have. to the granting of letters of admin- The highest amount of Indebtedness, or
hurlf, Br.ast C ] i asb A bnm b ABE DANIELS Preldet istration cum testament annexo on said liability to which the said corporation
-- .-- -- us.. 7", 2117, tmdy" fg e-a"--'.. --,frw estate, otherwise the same will be grant- at any time subject itself is naxed at
40to. A erri tt & Co. W W Secretary. to said Mike O'Leary. or to some other Fifty Th saed Dollar e saco
WhenWls 1 lIrt person or persons. Witness my name VII
SDr-Ch8i, WMIMSM 2 "un- it -hS e.he ...a DAUGHTERS OF REE.KAN. as County Judge of the county aforesaid The subscribers to the stock of said W TO
M to OUR e oC. 1aO IA M of h Na Lomi-." 10, D.Iy Naoit r os this the 14th day of November. A. D. corporation, their places of residence and
Rioan, Dr tasr. Gobrne, .~' -r ta; ~ Ik RVI. .. A a ;at 1908. Henry Bellinger, County Jude. the ani o so of t ocks bUcriey .. W.. meach.
Rio Jaere to GuW Transit&art ,, cow *'gec at I. oror Bemnu novi;ow4w are as follows: W. P. Birownu, whose 1 - .LeCer, -r h l ..atestu, mpi ue. -UE AJ INSv_,te J N O e place of residence is Pensacola, Florida. W. A. DA-. w -
44 Ca.rto, ri o t W. e POLLY DARLINTON. Notice is hereby given that the under- and who subscribed for Three Hundred
Dr. s. BarkstoGl Raiioot o to a n tOLLY A tRL N N. signed administrator of the estate of (200) shares of stock; John Baumeister. _
_____ 550W15V70*. J ~ ro toi. James McDonald, deceased, will on the whose place. of residence to Quintette. 4 B ~l mg SP T-Ma --w n tu sml -idie e I
Gulf Tiwait Co M aa.d iin ____________________________-- ^ 23nd day of February. A. D. 1909. present Florida, and who subscribes for One Hun- in asels AC----.
T imea.lM m I Th -- my final account and vouchers to the dred pifty (150) share of stock. and J.
Daber to South Atlantic Ste0M1p 1 0"' D I and ask to be discharged as administra- Pine Barren. Floridand who subscribes KNO Pe a si.
Coq __ __ ___ -d-y____s qsil^Bhr to chim l^|n ^^^ \ ^ tortof said estate. J. J. SULLIVA. for One HundredFpy (150) shares ofX
S augcoamam Administrator. stock. S
_______________________________ -* -,In W witness W hereof we have hereunto T s ',sI
Mobe. Ts ship, 3.Dom 14n2. tente. w In Escambia County Circuit Court. State set our headsti the 2th day of Oc-
wn Rpm ares. PROFESSIONA61L of*Florida. In Chancery-Annie Es g tobqr, 150N. ISRWe
.. D Chas. 'dy.s t.aafW. t DeA FainhDe A. D 18 UMEIT.
S* A-, W Dr. Chas v.W. Fai&pto rtothe bill filed him State of 1 ofaVcacmbla: LIFE ASU M
DeIatstL. This t>heIsWntobe eonce o he te n.who is ant oMier r a a_
-lsMeUraeeachw ekfoe __concutiveweeks!satborleesto
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aswe.i n laS. nmy &as .een emo ti on. Or to-ate andul modern ea1tho
1 11100i mmr11 .1 s go eo.ambAtwilent 'to be comet for _
:"mIs n IeiSIl. .s s r s-trt ,nUr. -* .. curacy and promptnes, and the eame ca
q ...'e ere tion to small as well as large de-sito.
....' liMEr -BP Ill O*Unit ceie W -bD Mr soyesterdahy erby that th^ten
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The r mto Is r due .___________________
. ... II the Comtinme growth of the Ger miM M
"ae st m'sAto tt he rIIonUIN rW Pmectaca1 CtracOr tPensacola. EscambRa County. Florida.O
daa aservi eatvl tMr.R IUt t3 Iwn ther American schooner, Freddie W. Alton,
W. Rebs habd received so |Int L Electrical fixtures, desk lights, q her engines, boiler, machinery, boats,
S.ti. that he '-As to e nm~ted by I ta cket tackle, apparel, appurtenances, and ural- -
S. ..... a* t __e _wastote Pro, m te yphe nonw% rc t sr. at h nto ieu, t th e, M ar of Pensa ola, Florida.i
suorlrsed sterder moralimg prior to NO CONTRACT TOO MALL UN.
nEWS n NUM E RaO NO CONTRACT Te grtAL.ate 17nov10t Ulted Sta s Ms Derigated Depository of theU te
.... .. .hr e... r e.dearten..m()on-tI E. W. PEAKE, havt ms* h.e t m .O.' t y l *e ateofDavd
SRo s M Plased With the Danneer. de d, to ar and T. W A e w. .
*er --~- t .tb.w s t. ".m m bye. Phones 346 and u 9L thdgesame onwm o t eC da Co. t y. W. A. W. N. K na.
-.k, .o ntw of Bohemia Neigh- A-. 19-- HENRY BELUNGER.
Loaood Worried by a COTTRELL. Notice is hereby given that the nten-
t olaf tV Fine tlon of the undersigned on the first day
TW"11 0 BSSn MI I wM, Big Wild Cat. PHOTOGvRAPHS.i wihi t i" i as they can be heard, to apply to the i
T M l la Governor of the State of Florida, at his
Stsa .. office in Tallahassee, the Capital. for let-
.- le i the 3 - o -n -e Incorporating the under* PensacolaBanigneT r
1eple4In the ue .wbor o* thei tinto
Te amiga ISnate. bes tabUa | mmbe || a ingo reCmpliate about body copate under the name of TH e k
to aTrta otao to tM tor tEhe s r l C U w the "varmaits" which they way are the follow propose ed charter:
usual y numerous In that vicitaty y* P ofA N, I .-IIIng. CARM.i
S S -t .h -is yewJt. J. S. HOBBY. T. A JENNCMS CAR**H
*. 11 Tt-ty l. O liOof red- A". in M~r mn a. l aslnA, -. --. _h -t" Aour l ,, dtn CHARTER OF THE dtM h I.oAN BRICK
roIT A. D. Moa m irned eiS0m Mark HuQ M rd, w. o Tves. out lthero, was untW PW hle CHARTER O L THE Mau ILLAN BRICK Puail Vies.
- .y"s heater i*0y 2f ame a *I nIthe. city a day or two a soca to ethRr d To hereby agr ciate .M
mm slim S, B stears the Value f the Tim- ported that one of these -vgt,--" themselves together for the purpose of .. .... i
S -at the v. m:. J a wild cat, had be" u. g.ey -- .a bodecor rap tead.oli.tic under F. .a .. M J. J
ti _ Ie.., .a the^ N 1,* *. -,- tee. of sTtaiethe State ....yof .orida, and that fF jori da ,bf W. W. C. oi
9w.yg se., .' .t active recently and had Jumped Oa a __u= the ftlow ingarticles shall constitute and br * T JI*
'_ **~- o* i Cf, OI bbsly Ijaring the alMSL A se be the charter of such body corporate: aso L. <1 W h' e' A
'~ ChA glis~ e CIarS P gro had shot at the cat, but dM not CREW NOTICEL I Lop Naver. I. R. Shm J A. Wi
Twe have taken. and o camss 'w"re eint M the Unit, kiln him. Later the -e lsam NeMeCih ees CaftheiNo-be UsLMcoB. nNUO"Mg ga, gT`
m Cr to $all for the fiash ed States aN yetu:fI mopain. Creature came to Mr. Hard's place wegan steamship BtwI PANY."' an Its wincial ofise and
Ju m amft andkilled one of his be responsible for debts o of business shall 1e at Pine Barren. r-
e D Mr-HThd says that heandhIsa4 by the Crew of d da, but It may have eter oeeat WE DO A GNch BA ING A
*Ie ecaomer Two led'4, ywned b Morriso, e on Mark Hutr, Jr., have recently killed C. wALDAA.MA rom time to time deinate.
I sbe.dTheadaywa*natelbd riag the two toles. four Coons. satVe 'Vow.GULF TRANSIT Co., Captain. L
2hubmiM D. Whittes nariae waw torenaooa. The eae wsm or the value ums. Game of this kind, he says, is Consignees. The general mature of the business to
S 5 5 ,of timber alaged to hawe been cut plentiful, but the thing they want to shall t be as follows: The manufacturing,. __________ ________
The ns b stiv eied ands ee aowns& by the government, get rid of is the wild cat and If there buy, selling and dealing inn brick:the
Wet Mornlng. a reWdtg to a yiet guilty, are any ambitions hunters hereabouts gal Adversement. taing of plants oremanufacture o
-*sad a fe 4 s, the value of the wiho want to tackle tie job the citi- N C brick at such placesAs the Board of DI-
TR I British sVaERip Wedale, e of that comiy wl preeate OTICO RECEIVER ALE. rectors may fronm time to time deem
'w~ea= tlh a ar that caazone of tha co ity will mureclate The undersigned, as Receivr and As- proper;the buyhig, selling, leading. bold-
I blob ..k.. asort Ca r go -ofI s- e t e. his..haring ite. tslgnee, tin pursuance of the a.utherity and delitff in real estate; A Dllu- Sv
9W9 i lea *O V-S St case oleo V 10i1J= with vested in him, hereby..ies notice that Ing, and selling et merchandise and car- D- Vd
S4 r i e, Nhere 010 1irl iit .ag aam 9 aW t con- bids will be received oy him until 12 rying on ral mercantile businesses;
teibo h-we-ill Tus t O 1UKCeyS, Dcks, -e o'clock. m.. of Novembr 23rd, 190, for the establahiv. *Us* NIW** eude whn Mb Iat .1 wee taken c-hickens, Florida Oranm s, tollown described property, to-wit: intuit. o f rc cotton r and o- e fr
or tah 9 all bottlona machinery, bottle cases. presses as the Beard of etors may a g
Y The mt d Xmatee arrived yes- af T* wagons, harness, book accounts and evi- deem advisable, and the ginninc. balin add n i Lo ti
Ta ft A mr sad r ared *4 Gaeut and laier S. daesof indebtedness, and all other prop- and comprssing of cotton therein for r ti nt
&-L n -l Z~ ffB. z'A Tiy| *Dttl^at this time belonging to to the Pen. hire; the bing. selling and deallaC ta aIn you wil hl
hi. .-W Irlble. Ed. Pooley, Wholesale a n op may cotton; the tn of al thlng necessary ammts. Iase o
Thed er J.P Wi -Siaon Dealerm s aEast b< laspWcted on .Ce LARK. on tire ts h mentoed the.. bae
atdher petts with I barrels of B. X. Kisg r L. 8. Brewn, $100 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. said corporation shall beSxty Thousand
awa stares. Owing to the strike of and ether comelesatiess, 14 and Shot Granulated Plug Cut C. R. Setie having Is day made a gen- ($9,00) Defars, to be divided into Sx
2e the 'ur.n- of u Sl .r- he. west se t lhat of Mock 1. hthout a i foh sreitos those resn wi t On ioo lars each, to
t 4 s.. teteSay. The echoomer C. L.Wiwggg to C. D. Morris, qualities. lOc a can at Imn-. reside beyond the ltmits of b ^i thl eo be as
Mamualls alsarrived with a cargo of $272 the west belt of northwest quar- i S with moe sworn statements of their claims shall be paid In Immediately after the
-aval stOes, tut the work of uslos.d tr of soutlig quarter. elationn 3, Cigar asnst the said C. R. Setse. granting of letters ent.
&he soe2. otha'o vomels we .J 3. HO to Thou W. Kent. w. mt. ber 1- 9 sl s"^ igee. The sa of tde Unites

Capt. G. D. P. Ray, of Albany, Ga., H. A. Lee t A. W. Drewteu, $175, SIR KNIGHTS, ATTENTION. The Board of County Commissioners in The business of the said corporation
bas rnsd the steer SuM from the a lot 100 feet bh 175 feet, etion 4, Regular Conclave of Coeur receive bids for the construction of a less than three nor meore than Ve Diree.
Mai-g. Treasportatin Comapany, *ad tp. 4 N-. range 31 west. Tarner Stark et 1 KnIghts T smlasr. M wooden bridge to be built across "Little .tors, who shall seleet from themselves a
d II ?i e or ated sm the tint 4rat* a e 1 s T rdanr ND vembLrion Cotm7a3e Bayou." Plans f nd spe iications on flae President and General Manager, a 8ee-
."lrTti Frt anmk PC. Teacher to A. Hlnman, o'clock. Sojourning Sir at the ofIl~e of the Clerk of the Circuit retary and Treasurer, and a Superinten- a inw__ _
ated *twe Pemen and MUteO. $100 aid other coalderatiOM, talf i eKnights courteously tavit- Btds will close at 12 o'clock, neon. President Ond General Ms aerd and onf THE CiTI S NAT ONA
She has been tea sa a. e tenet f the coath half at the north- .^ rE BONACKER Tuesday, November 21st. IeS. person may hold the oce of. Secretary * &-* M ia& a
tig r $sevFer inJths. *t uer a.GClerk Board County omAmiss oners, an shasl hare auth t Board of lre erso
* the southeast quarter of the southeast Recorder. By C. G. HARTSFIELD. necessary acnts for the na on of .
Oleared. quarter. action 2; the west alf of F A. M Deputy Clerk. the busIness of the corration. The A emeiral MBS~i --MCllam em a I GIt
.the northeast quarter, section 14, all Special c communication of Pensa- Pensacola. Fla.. oct. 19, 198. B of Directotrs shite chosen an-
?wi ?: 2S.000 S c L tor lt N1 ayodge No. 42. F. & A. M., In Court of County Judge. State of Flor- to e held on the 2Sd Tuesday of each
.I...Oa with cT Pack at, rd Part ndree. Visclnk o Brenthren FraCr:- W. Mlls. deceased. By the Judge of said ing of the stockholders, the Board of
a f lu b e P a le y $ 40. lot 12 24 gr e. Vis tin B eth en ra er- -.. .. ~ .~t a

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4 hteve." said Mrs. Cilton. "that
'tls ~i wW come when we shall use
-=7ries of Thomas Nelson Page
Sazt.l4mrs or at least as collateral
s mow public school,."
bar (her belief In this an-
nearly all e1 the stories
ee t bear directly or indirectly
i-r W civil war, that he was In the
t .f e upheaval as an eye-wlt
No 4ubad fiat to hida powers sad op-
4 as an observer he aided
ability to teM what he w.
0 ai peculiarly sef#tive and po-
ites-peraent and ".the
iia'' at lhi most impressionable e-
His. H youth was spent In tde
atiMMphere of stories of the
a' d,-Atlhe aftermath of struggle tin
k b t"l aristocratic outherses
ll w djasting themselves in their
M.W s 0 alien conditins.
U t ieM "In O01 Virginia," and
lS a.c are living p4tlatng, tres
.is of the war, a most accurate
.-iSUi of the hvA ps and hleart-
-of SoUthern aM Wex. T1he VW
is heartrendlnu: but it is nt
'm w Ta hose were sorrowflf
S4.4 Page has but drawn t-e pke-
as it was. His has been the
too, which has drawn as tlh
true sketches of the old plant.
M e, and especially of the negro
r*E -rWV*lt of fee days before the
Ms "Use Mdesburg's DrownifN'"
rt.,iu considered his best waf-
'r tms p *-" vt Old viiafts
ed h rew.
K MtLs. Chutoes would add to thba.-
"^ %bA&|b3rhdy "as drawn-the trues,
Sr *Uc. Other tbri*i
I' |hTe ese written about this perd
6' this section, in a fanciful, ld. -
"W A ort of way, by writers wM)
SoutsMers, pgris trSagefs
(Onld e at a cursioalscee whi
San d .ftact& them.
t the Soth MItself is apesakN
-_ b I i ts story, a story not all
ide ~for all its tragedy; a brave
[ 0rul s-,yr1. .e t teld-. .---
-, M Is. tos winl apm at the K.
"49C hal thfttigt In the second Mum-
aeet the Lycem conarse.
At, the Oiheum.
s tarting% oAd-y next. Nov. 23rd.
SM-iSr VovTich olera at his Or-
. p* ga theatre a real vaudeville nov-
elty 1W "The Girl in the Purple Mark."
T. l mysterious lady has mystied the
peoule of most of the large cities of
the coutry. "Who Is she. is heard
S, eTrYWhIre, for sheabis never sees
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We extend to the ladies of
Pa 80e9a an Invitation to call
at ..Wtn, Parser Rese
Coe-.s tMe in the afternoon and
SMple our Celebrated Brand

Jackson Square

This coffee is packed in seal
Sed cane, an hh as reputation of
eNlei a blend of the finest cof-
fees that are grown.

Ba tcrs Coffee Coa
Ltd., New Orleans, La.
Lewis Bear Co.,
?mmslaf WuMleAae3.

Th7ams Dixon. Jr.'a great soelst hteka,
in reprint editanm.
at 65 cents each.

De*Luna Book Store, DeLuna t.


Iso the finest si
me:C know what r
park Drop in and s
acqu :izance to our m
Swil save you some mo
some, too.

Coener Palaxo 0 fl
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without bthe mask. Upon the street or
stage she is never seen without it,
and wo one knows who she really is.
or why oe should. wish to keep her
identity a secret. She, tais "Girl in
the. Parple Mask," is the possessor
of a remarkably fle soprano voice,
and is an accomplished actress as
well, aia you cannot afford to mis fs
seeing in Ore clever act which she
will preoet wfth Scott Leslie, who
is a wal known vaudevilliaa.



Head of the Florida Odd
Fellows Visited Per-
dido Lodge. I
Grand Master Abernatkv made an of-

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Regardless of cost, grade or quality, the entire line

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


$25.00 Suits, now ................... $15,48
$2250 Suits, now ...................$14.98
$18.50 Suits, now .................. $12.6b
$16.80 Suits, now ...................$10.48
$15.00 Suits, now ....................$ 9.98
$12.50 Suits, now .......... ...........$ .48
$12.50 suits, now ...................$ 7.4b
$15.00 to $2200 Suits, now .........$ 7.48
$10.00 and $14.00 Suits, now e.......$ 4.00
Boys' and Children's Suite at almost


$2.50 Eagle Shirts ... $1.62
$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 paportoio
All-Wool Sweaters.
$2.50 values, now ..... .$1.78
$2.00 values, now ...... .$1.38


et yur Ciy d wter Supplies N Ew! CO M E O W come see fr uelPC. It cost MC to leek.

Get your hOliday and winter Supplies Now! CO M E N OW Cone see fo yorel. It cost uothing tolook.



-n*m v to raW. oW Jou-. a. i. V. ti
P'., at M~Mcoee yesterday, where he R A i '-
delivered an address. He was accom-
ied by Mrs .. M .Ole.president A
of the State lRebeka Assembly;
.Grand Warden A. H. D'Alemberte, .A HL
J. EI Williams and Wm. Corner. Mrs. A
Ols m'went with the party for the pur-
m of organizing a Rebekah lodge
at tmt pla e. -
An etertaing program had been THANKSGI I
arrangd by the Mscogee lodge, and
at its conclusion an excellent supper
was served. The party left the cityiAli T OB'EH-. &
yesterday evening. the trip being Number of Fine Cars Will
made in William Corner's automobile,
returning about 11 o'clock last night.
Grand Master Abeilnatay will pay RacC From FlomatOn
at *Century tonight and will leave Against Time.
here oe the noon train. He will be _
accompanied by Grand Warden A. H. A
D'Alemberte and Mrs. Olsen. where The fastest cars owned in Pensa-
tle latter will endeavor to organize cola, and representing many makes of
a Rebekhlodge. cola, an representing many makes of DEAT H toge
machines, will be in the race next
COTTAGE HILL. Thursday from Flomaton south to
S% Pensacola.& a distance of' nearly forty
S6eclal to The JournaL miles, and while it is probable that Clothing Caught in Sb
Cottage Hill, Nov. 20.-Mr. and Mrs. the care cannot gso full speed It some
Butler arrived here Wednsday even- points, they will nevertheless estab- of Mill and Every ]
in., accompanied by their couwin, who lish a new record for the run. ,
will maktb her home with ctem. Owners of tine automobiles are put- in Body WadiBrOW i
Mrs. C. N. Levy returned home ting their machines in trim for the
Thursday morning after a couple of big event, and they are enthusiast-ic -
days' visit in Pensacola. over the race. The program is for
Mr. Thompson has added a new gal- the cars to leave Pensacola together Special to The Journal.
lery to his residence which greatly im- and make the run to Flomaton. There Pollard, Ala.. Nov. 20.--Wi
proves its appearance. wlil be no race to that point, but on lad, while standing near the
Mrs. Robert Harrounthas been quite the other hand the autoists will go oad wthe I. Gatewood shin
sick at her orome for the past week. along slow so as to become thorough- oft the i. S. Gtewood shir
Wild ducks seem to be very plefiti- ly acquainted with the road. When abott three miles from here,
ful on the McDonald pond this sea- the cars reach Flomaton. or the start- clothing caught by the shaftir
son. ing point they will be sent away about wound him around with terri
Messrs. Levy and Petersen of Pen- fifteen minutes apart. so that there breaking nearly every bone
sacola were out here Tue:day hunt- will be no likelihood of one overtak- body. He lived about one ho
ing and reported fine success. In another. The time will be taken before a doctor reached him.
Ralph Reeves has been on the sick when they start, and also when they perfectly rational until death
list for the past week. finish near Sunset Lake, and the one his sufferings.
Miss Florence Fields delightfully making the best record will be award-' Personal Mention.
entertained a few friends Thursday ed the handsome silver cup valued at Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Watson.
evening at a taffy pull in honor of $100. ton, moved to Pollard last we
Misses Thelma and Natalia Drew, who There is no entrance fee charged, are occupying the J. R. Lind
are soon to leave Cottage Hill. and every owner of a machine is in- deuce. We welcome Ihem.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald left vited to participate in the speeJ con- more good people will decide
Saturday morning for a couple of days test. The roads are now in good con- Pollard their home.
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corry edition and the bridges have been Little Herbert Finlay. the o
in Seminole., Ala. strengthened, so that the run from of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Finlay
Wiley Harroun, of Hamilton. 0.. t- Flomaton to Sunset lake will be a sick at their home. Dr. Ow
expected to spend Thanksgivig with good one. attefiding physician,,. A'mains
his parents, bedside boi h night a. day.
Chas. Dexter and Oscar Young. StlffSt'5 3uchf S Juflipf i tiw good. of Brewton. wal called i
who have been at Cottage Hill for the StaWS SCiW &8 V S t good. of Brewton. wa called i
last two weeks, have now located on 01st 0 flibl re M Edy EiW W suit with Dr. Owens. A trai
their fine tract of land. three miles d ofMober arrivedgthisvery b
east of Gonzale. Ti fae ay d bladder tree. bert is receiving the very be
pect to arrive here about December tention and we trust he will
t to arrive here about December P ell, as he is a very bright
The fd society of our church is C.F. Ehos. the popular
planning, to give a social Thanks- C. F. Ehols. the popular
givingeveiPENI Gfor the Finlay Mercantile Co.
signed his position, and ace
similar one with the Alger
A TTL| 1 OU Lumber Co.. of Century, in th
Who is the Girl in the Purple BAT II LL HOUSE

Mask? It's a Mystery.


Still Opposite

uits, hats, shoes and shirts for
eal goodt.css in wearing ap-
ee us-we want to make your
mutual advantage. My prices
ney. Your trade will help me

slae, Flriarld

Comer Palafex
and Gov't.
Phone. 478

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News of West Florida



Mrs. Andrews. Mrs. Simmons ahd
Mrs. Mason, of Ponce de Leon, came
to t"ae show Friday last.
Misses Ophelia and Lee Moore vi-
ited relatives in. town last wel.L
Mrs. Walter Wtlliams, of Gracewfle.
and Mrs. W. H. Grace. of Chiplpy.
spent Satur-ay. In town with tdilr
father, A. D. Brownell.
Quite a number of ypung people of
Bonifay came dowa to the show Fri-
day night.
Clhasm. Cox, of Bonifay, wals In our
town a few minutes today.
Mrs. George Villar and children, of
Pensacola, came in on the morning
train to visit her mother, Mrs. Adams.
Mrs. Dan Burke, of DPfunla, is
spending the day with Mrs. FloINOy.
Special to The Journal.
Jay. Nov. 20.-T. G. Cannon and J.
W. Abbott have returned from Pensaw
cola, where they have been in the in.
terest of the timber business.
Rev. S. Z. Bellah, F. S. Higdon, J.
T. Nowling and E. ,M. Magaba at-
tended a Masonic meeting at Pollard
Tuesday night
W. B. Dobbs made a trip to Berry-
dale yesterday.
R. H. Thomas and wife are the
proud parents of a girl.
J. A. Bryant visited the county seat
J. E. Brown, of the stockade, was a
visitor to our village Wednesday af-
C. V. Mixo n and w-fe, of Cora. was
here shopping yesterday.
E. M. Magaha was called to Cora
and vicinity yesterday on official busi-
The Missionary Baptist church con-
vened in conference and gave the
Masons and K. of P.'s the right to
erect a lodge hall over the church.
Get.the best and most eco-
nomical Laundry service by
washing at the Empire.
Subscribe for The Journal.

Miss Louise Edwards came down Since then he has tried Canada, went
from Evergreen last Saiurday to spend on a trip to Scotland, the home of his
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and ancestors, but tdat Westville sand
Mrs. J. A. Edwards. Miss Louise is was in his shoes. He sayl he can't
attending school at Evergreen. stand the winters of a northern ce-
The railroad trestle across Conecuh mate since a-five-year taste of Florida
river, the property of the Lindsey life.
Lumber Co.. came near being destroy- W. D. Williams and family are
ed by fire last Sunday. Fast and fu- mourning the death of Mr. L. Wil-
rious fighting on the part of the mill liams of Broxton, Ga. He was the
crew saved it with but slight damage. oldest living son of W. D. Williams,
W\. .1. .Jnes, a progressive and en- was owner aid editor of the Broxton
terprising farmer of Berrydaie. is Journal. He was sick but a short
moving out to the Pringle farm north time with pneumonia. His demise was
of Pollard. Mr. Jones expects to have sudden, and found his parents and
the banner farm in this section next ot'ier relatives totally unprepared for
year. We would like to see more the terrible intelligence, which corn-
good farmers move in, as the land in pletely prostrated hia parents. who
this section will make nearly a bale are still grieving sorely for their dar-
of cotton to the acre, with jurst a ling son but a good God reigns o'er
little fertilizers, and corn and potatoes all and Him we trust. The remains
in abundance. were transferred to Westville, accom-
in. rs the Bear Co.s panied by the widow, and escorted by
o.lar H. irscmano the L. Bear Co.s her brother, Mr. Walter Helms, reach-
popular salesman, of Pensacola, was ing Westville inday morning, the
interviewing our merchants today. Ng est.romW s tvdlmngt
was taken to Sandy Creek church
WESTVILLE. .cemetery, the family cemetery. A
al to hJournallong procession of sympathizing
Special to Th Journa friends, with the grief smitten family,
westville. Nov. 20.-Cane grinding accompanied them. Rev. R. L. Ba.
time is here and the lads and lassies ker of DeFnniak, Presbyterian minis-
are having a sweet old time visiting ter, conducted the burial ceremony
the cane mills and drinking the de- post impressively. The scriptural
licious cane juice. deductions and consolations extended
'Possums are fat now,. ith the de- the grief stricken family were most
licious flavor of the ripe persimmons touching and consoling as well as in-.
on which .they feed. Dooly yam ta- structive and encouraging to all who
ters and fat possum! Do you see the heard the man of God.
..p'int" of that observation.' Mr. Morrow. from Chipley. has rent-
Senator Neel is a successful farm- ed the Flournoy blacksmith shop and
er as well as a success in whatever opened up for business. We under-
ne undertakes. Recently ne showed stand that he is first class mechanic
ye humble scribe two large banks of and no doubt he will have all the
fine dooly yam potatoes that ne made work he can perform.
on land from whence he had cut a Senator Neel is grinding cane and
crop of oats, thus planting and har- niaking the finest syrup we ever tast-
vesting two crop from the same land ed.
in one season. Mr. and Mrs. T. .. Miller, Jr.. of
The John Sparks show gave two ex- Caryville, took in the show Fri-Jay
aibitions here on the 1::th inst.. with last
a large attendance from town and i Mrs. Charlie Craft of Caryville. is
country. spendingg the week with her mother,
Jack Barclay. formerly a rseident Mrs. Brigman. .
of Westville. has arrived from Ver-. Mr. Malcolm and Miss Anna Green.
month. He volunteered to lick the of Dady, were visitors to our town
Spaniards in "9S. and whe-i the war Friday and they took in the show
closed he returned to his native state. j while here.

Number of Pensacolians.
Will Leave To-Day to
Attend It At Mobile.

Quite a number of Pensacolians will
leave at noon today for Mobile where
they go to be present' at the opening
of the New Battle House by Charles
B. Hervey tonight. Among those who
will attend are the following:
Knowles HIyer. If. H. Thornton. .1.
M. Roberts. Judge .lno. (' Avery, J.
B. Harris, T. L. Gant. L. Hilton Green
and Jno. E. Stillman. Mr. Stillman
will be accompanied by his daughter,
Miss Jennie Stillman.
The-e visitors not only expect to
enjoy a good time. but tbey want to
learn something about "hotel open-
Ings" in advance of the opening of
Pensacola's new totel next season.
When they return, the public generally
may expect to receive some inside in-
formation about hotels that has not
been available before.
Shot Plug Cut, a perfect
blend of Kentucky Tobacco,
10c a can at Imperial Cigar

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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
Other values in proportion.
Odds and Ends Pants at prices too low
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