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 22, 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: VID01247
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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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

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Bouer of H .M. Carter x- ForcfncrS

o .r Bna Gola., And Rol

s and fow othbws are eioausly ill in
kr I SAST the city bhospitalfrom drinklug pois-
- pe, l' od beer rgivs then last a~ht by
e Ma S i~ Rir Ac a paeuo epllyeet sicy.
..W River A~c- Tbe m; -Wbe were recent arrival.
S id. dt Kw i Pfifteen
g.:., ma~a A lm P jw 'Are ... _
Miing Injuted, Num- 'LOST L
berlin Twenty Are Being
Talkn to New Oriem mFor *- r
R ichseed Va., Nov. .-Chlef Geo.
Trtaga C. Shaw was sWre*me by smoke a"d
Sdied alght dartag a Mre wch de-
troyed the buOldia occupied by the
L.. mo W. C. BQ y tahkg. powder tectors.-

; ,$ds.,s Nt1.-Te nor
m ter wr, tajm nred ady wh nb f I,
b: loer the miralpi rtwer stsm I
x. c. carter xSOe, near mWe J
SGola, abseet 10 moet north of New a I
009468. Tbe Steamer was O4 mer .
wr Wo Mtam ge a e.mO ew 02'
Thee were afiout fifty pOseOMWs l
aboard f 0 11ed horror to the"
laate abd e the boat was bured to
* t water'- dge. Reliable ports
tv A 6 eat a to the efe I
Sotw.. em twelve aed tftee m per-
. arm Mi, Aboutt the sesame
m'a iw l a &a" it is EI t
Vhat menral rf these. i die.
Sa#ta am now an 1te way to
W I- L arter i The Greft lAiey Works,
eine w5 a p t Who hae i* Beyond
M the mt sers river dis- NimOn, Will ne
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a. m "N. "by q" lair University M nda


sound Gadsden ndUSrial education New One Be Built at

bed of $227 cou. tyo Society Ends Session of Ew- enbiy.
In the United States, were approached .s" .-s
in a room at 417 South Secand street *Oy Assesatel Press states' in which members of the so-
by a man who offered them work in NE A, w Atlanta, Ga.. Nov. 21.-With the re- city are most numerous. The tol- C*" TU NER CO.
a factory. He bought beer for them ER lI J Dnil port that the society now has one lowing officers ere -elected: HAD LOWEST BI
and when they were oercme by I. SERI...JUREDJ thousandacve members scattered Dr. Alexander U. .Hubbries, Ho- HAD T BI
robbed them of $227 and fied. P'ort . thousand active members scatter boken, N. J., presidten. Walter C.
Star died before the 4pollee could .. 0- throughout the United States, the Na- Kerr, New York City, vice president
*umnmon medical aid. .- -Dead, tional Society for the Promotion of Frederick B. Pratt. Pratt insUtite. Structure Will Be a Woode.
S. .~~ Industrial Education closed its see- Brooklyn. treasurer, the secretni, to
-,His athr. r Robert nod annual convention here today, be elected by the board ot man Oers On With CreCMotF Pil
i l-.IIi. -u--.. o'-.. .Alabama and Georgia are southern who were elected. .- an W lCost $- -
-IFE IN BIG FIRE .* and h Pthe R A. lV P Eight PrOpoSals Wert
IFE -IN BIG FIRE A. D andhAre BRAVE 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL Submitted For the Work.
The loss to this building tos $,OW. *Under Trouble SAVED LIVES OF MANY -
packers; Taylor Horse Collar Maniu- Foo b vc ,sruc te d o --
faeturing Co., and Evans and Sharp V Some Ti v Aa clt d Prs animal and saving a number of worn- te o. tracthagtee n cr w B at 4C
were also damaged to the extent of New York, Nov. 21.-Eunice Tread- en and children who were on te side- -- v been awarded
bout $20,0.0, combined. will. a 15-year-old girl of Brooklyn, is walk along which the runaway was last uWIt by the Board of CountMi
in the hospital today as the result of dashing. Commmssioaers in special session, to
**** ******@ .* -Quincy, Fla., -'Thomas R. her bravery. At the risk of .ier life The girl was dragged for a coMsid- the C. H. Turner Costruction Co.,
Smith is dead, jT. Y. Smith last night she flung herself in the erable. distance but held fant to the the bid at this firm being the abort
i A wounded in and Dr. path of a runaway horse, checking the bridle until assistance came. amount, whih 'was the lowest prepoe.
Alleged Leader Robert M1aroe s 'wounded sub tted4 to te board.
of Mob Acquitted in the leg as a sensational .b..... ... ri de is to be constructed .o
O s aMorTcuite co'rt mouse **** *g* *? * * *heavy tUmber wlh amosoted piling
SAaootteg Pre. ihere today. v and the work Isa to D commenced tby
p 1 I-l.N Nov..21.- The two Masse andA.D. tnFIsE MEN LOST enfcssarymaeialsanbes,
After four hours' deliberation. Covington are at charged TN COT-T-TSTON U UU UUU te *eesry matetl can be cared
time jury in the case of Abe r*ith the a U the partibi- r daged on the ground. A new
Raymer, the alleged leader of # pants are am a t prominent By Aso.ciate pr il t fl bridge aross this bat had beom
the mob in the race riots last #men of the y-. trouble has III necessary on account of the damage
* Augost, tonight returned a ver- been brewing time, and to- Boston, Nov. 21.-Five men. n IIme the old one by the storm of 1996.
* dict of not galty. dy friends participants including Capt. Knowlton, of U LLU U and also by reo of the fact that
# together In t settling the dif-. the British schooner Hugh G.. -- e pre t bridge is too low to allow
* ************** ferences. n seems to know who lost their lives as a result of bets to ass leader It. The new
began the sh j a collision in tae Broad Sound #briUge will be within a few feet of the
today, when the schooner sank. o1 brklge, and as son as i IIscom-
# Three men were saved. pleted the od one will e rem wed.
illlll i *l*l 1 4 IIIvarious 4a ders and their re.
fW Es i n rctive "onalswere'as''''"-g:
ADDRESS uu Ae GRAIe U :.a..... er ....... .........&s .
nuuii uu rnr ___ iu n.._..a .. n.nuus Bureau Makes Re. .s ......::::.......:;
... .. ir..| p"rtSk., Amont y Cism............... ::.
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11. IK E Year's Record by About fThecog rega ton f the
ti s=9b msstreet.o Me&WA ess V0a usa

The on : *oilF u

.*t, t. s, Aenestat . P Aburea report su toda-y mms ilsM- i afP
,-my .n" and Thackeray's "Vanity peror William Since the Pe t erbrg.Nov. 21.-%e body Dead theS the cotto ginne m th omv -wsg to tb e

M Ife tb Rcord at .with te manuscriptOf s .. let- Von Buelow,. Last Tues.._ In Pa ofis. w Svaterrotodaye r ron thete at ns t dotl sl
S ee ec.. tes and poems and extends down to "O ew mauoleum,- the Reomanoffs whi Accident at Savazum ah, ,the correbson- pe s year. a hotel .u
the works as late as DeMaurier's day. the fortress of St. Peter and St. Paul, The report counts ronId bales as half T KILED,
te. "Trilby." There are also tns. asand Nichola, the Russian emperor, Where the Big Auto Races bale5 and exclude Haters.
-,from "Don Juan" in Byrn's own hand ------ ,followed the coffin on foot through the i ne report includes 171.11 aon
and many other famo ..manuscripts. crowded and silent streets of his cap Are to Be Run Next Week. bales for 19 14221Or 1 Howel
p AssAcatefd Prsm tIncluding letters, autographs and the Berlin, Nov 21.--Emperar William tal. His majesty walked thus from _____ 200,86 for 1)06. .. power kicli
Manlla, Nov. 21.--t is socially an- like. made -is first appearance in public to- the railroad station to the fortress, a Sea Island bales icMled 57.135 for my e k -e-to
S nnced that the ships at the Atla -- day since his interview with Prince distance of three miles. By AssocatedPress. 1908. 44,-98 for 1907, and 30.71 to re ta
Sbattleship who have accompaw n- vonEndowlast Tuesday. The occas- In spite of the apprehensions for Savannah, Ga.. Nov.. |21.-Turning 19. tw f ht to
sida bid awell n Wed esitayr. ion the peopl centennial celebration of the sat of the emperor, there was sharply to avoid a coll injured spine. -lrida l
a er IP.o.r willem tb tomorrow eon cherish the firm confidence that EARTHQUAKE SHOCK FELT car. entered in ace International l ght s .
--ding the entire practice of the tI h5uI I Ie bond of loyalty and affecton IN CENTRAL MEXICO ecar race to be run here next Wednes- e l"
t gunboats of the Asiatic Ieet Tl I ch from an ancient tI e inour .at prM day as preliminary to thegrand prizeV U a city
Sixty officers who hlea v e Atlompantic -eet f fl therland has so closely joined the it owns indicate that the quake $500,000 IN GOLD I h niy uon Nt o amerce
wled take the places leftacant on aurney IS. kinze and the I last received atr twenty-ive seanc- i himself lyCO inE EACH SavanDAY. ,,00 in
their pll e d eing fw l l Wedb esday. l e the people, w ill always remain un- cal bureau today the entire central hospital tonight with an injured spine. "t "U _.1"
number of officers f * * rh to the Evenin W eos from rTae racing thous machine was crumpled ATTEND THE U C V REUNION
and gunboats of the Asiatic fleetTat ewp peto, Wi l- -iv H d : Piaisake shock yesterday of ter fon.ato beyond hope of rev r. I I tOV. Bl
SSAMUELGOMPERS Unless altether ab weather t both Wbur Wrht and Henry here to meet the demand which has THERE, IN ADDITION TO THE from

St conditions pral, pract y through- Farman have ful-1ed the conditions already set in for the yellow pieces O CONFEDERATE VETER- WILL
WA8 REEL CTED the te tate between now theleven towns indie thconat the quake$500,00 for Xmas gifts. There is an unpre IN GOLD UU
Se ad he rt of the new year this CU lasted from four to dtwouble the amount se de-y early and heavy call for

& *> Asociate Prees. i >country, within atx weeks, will face a ROBERT FLEMMING STRUCK ON of* the prize and award half of this Christmas coins. Le Otty
the vessels of the Asiaticl eeEDt.W H ITE1 e r.hovAssociated.Presmt

t ADenver. Cot. Nov. .1he a >eritote P st pa enonte^t1^a r THE HEAD AS HE WAS SEATED so to each aerplani KING AND QUEEN LAVE. tThme r onW o fgcotseris t ee
toy eeled Preside r a m t s of Ws. FORE THE FIRE IN HIS ROOM OEATH OF PRO N ad ov. 21.-Th k nd M W L T WI nt
on Trea r Le an the sconsn -H ASSAILANT ESCAPED. ner0yearsoldprom dreand thousand dollar s In gold are
SveLpreaidents. Toronto was l so dubious asat present apd It is said aed with Touro 2 Inflrmay and other ward VIIn left this city today for ini A"T"N SE br" *r" R g he will
s aeeted for the 29th annual the eonstnly aletieng water pwer -Jewit h institutions of New Orle ans, Stockholm via Portsmouth and Cher- .a srippi -. Mr Rator. D.. convention.
S convtion. ro t the through- Rort lemi. an aed hite died at his home here this morning ouns already set in for the yellow ces. nd bke
Atrets, both Ses and bwe en, are -d- reading at the 'orner of oyle a .... .".. Thop-.. Mason Bear* ent
S* * * * ing daily to the threatealg aspect. Gregory streets, was badly Injured by r"t, Mr. ""t-nt, Mr. Applegate, Wm.
e being struck on the back of the headnbf th e Te contests the Aere for Xmas gifts. .. *Ian*
AsaePer, wi we if with a piece of wood. by a man aclaim- wA R A RD K o Is IsE A S cnI s_ "
W T nD V A X T .l Y A"R IT E RA T E S ed to be ..*,rH Al con, w t. S E A R CHVO R - -E S-- -- - -.- .

.. AssociatedPvs nr ...y b candidate. I hreer for the prsEM Mof robberU-, dOed the o-u locietde d Press. age. Harvard received the ball four
Jucpnn a .. "Novr 1.-l-WHilliam Amy work ana tprivaca ce aK A aKvn nrchteeLaL.E mTad hefilw eraswla Nenw Haeni Coin.W Nov.d 21.-Crirm- times on downs, while Yale failed TE I A ITeO to abandon t
American edtterato Governor Noel, the presidency was not attractive to EAiSgout hes InteS .V so n tide banners swept in triumph hold the crimson for downs once. New York. Nov. 21-Workmen e- their eorts to
u e l -G o mp- e ta r y t o d yia CEnO REoLsnd ot N o v 2 1 -e K In g nn Mro

s stl T asutre ambitions reiter- me. except as t oered aver. opportunity his h to SLvethe ouse he Nover the Yale ield in a dy g a21.-Jo h M q ueen of Swede w r^ e oe gaged in digging for t bouleh lng tos of the 1
S stod Is former statements, and in to participate in the securing of re- dropped his derby, which was carried toda-. 'for Harvard, water seven long to when two rushes had a ied to give beneath the tons of earth and twisted edge of the pi
vil presidents.Toronto wa *o dubious -atppresent npdIt is said0p r ently ident l gSo o -E.Pes
ceo atorhal honors sa: -the onst, antly depleting water wery iyers. t infirmary and other r ward V left this city today forstn Sree ryn,
oe t e e to se it seemed to me, from what b te o t e h .t fm the'field was kicked by, This made changes of the ball f the explosion killed fifteen per s It will take un
os ttstreamse theroughouty the onRobert Fleminga. an aged white M died at his -home here this th mornTne.ewrgy h H er,

as et oand m not sre that distriengthe both past." ity ys add- reian Bruceng attatended the n e d ^oe ar i on 0 yards on rltes a
lug daily to thei threatening aspect. Gregory streets, was badly Injured b -y ritt r

bein struck on the back of asthe head o s' PARTS OF NEW YORK
carriRMed to be Harry Allen, white. ARVARD BEATS YALE
W .1 J. BlA N R I. E IRI A TE m h injuries re ended on the re ommen- e ot been Navy 15 Virgiia Polytechnic 4 T V
nation of a friend. Flowineg was seat-

ISUP IN STEADY OFI W A TSN POPE HA ECOVE. a.Y po.t as E RSnoi tothe. co,._i 8, t ..
SIt is thought the assault was madee which wa not crossed by Carlisle 6 Minesota 11.

.fo r the purpose of robbery, t t worthy mettle. Man for Chi tecago 18. Wisoen 12. ay A.Hiatev Pt l. delphif have
By Asscssts Pis. a Twelve years ae th teeth ins a oarse that recently made It man the teams were equally matched. Vanderbilt 2. Wash ton *. Ccao, Nov. 21.--Tbe resporot t te -an te ex
ckw York, M ov. 21.- Hebert Cos apper j.wo-two lmla m es a bicspid Eecenesary or ndi to discontinue his taven. Count, Nov. 21.-Crim- times on downs, Y.a fal de entire swtiates o New ork ot ab a ts
Sn's teeth grew tt to tof own -were removed, b sc w as gely a new private to fore carryin es ad this moins.g than its offense, and the bespt laid taylor i m, T on dO w PeMsylvaal d been placed to qrr- irwe t
anger that reasmhei ie in second teeth ad the vlte these s were resed Th plans of each in s wel Oi te Uiver tie by t aice
st. Lakce to senatorial honor s aid: forms, and I was athe ad paedly to the p olic wever, still looks on. He and went to naght. d beaten, 4 to 0. The g the e th ree yards.
Ssate. We do not elect for two others saidve w that I mght be able to night.of rshe r e the enI ia e es. at ndaad-1L 1. w rc t eeltsc ttoth p
years et, raid eI am not sure that I s strengthen that eed n ee City Physici an Bruce GatteneW. Mtn- fgr s o the si d .. olen e owthe lan. sen aliterk w dealers. lt now be
....-t ora ao ted aenncarried to the home of hiso daer o e.Was a the winning a soreastor heiYale.56 Oa R M. o PARTSxO eN al o rk a Y
MrretHis.injuries, on Eare .ust n redt. The game was a battle of football ..ichigaae 4,Syracue 28.

Srius. giants, the like of which has ot been Navy 15-. Virginia Polytechnic-.
Rome, Nov. 21-The pope has al. goashl tie, which was Dot crossed by Carlisle 6.Minnesota 11,.

*A S Ca wa.Wth 5T o ofth -. Brooklyn.. nearly a yard less per rush oft an aver- William and Mary IL Teprso e okan hl-slmmst




the Iat uhew weIsIC

i., Nov. 21.-Two trains
I and three wre fMtal
r in a collisee beeteW. *
ins one the Ann A4 af-
LAkeland. 'mllowI
rs It is understood _uk
Ins rinn by a signaL"

Me.. 'Nov. 21.-T-A
Bank, with deposat
1 absorbed today by Mwe
of Commerce of KanA
Union Natiomal w
st 1namcial institumttem,
I by comblaing the t*q
will have a tal d

mosiated Press.
, Fla., Nov. 21.-The *
avying charge of the op
its for the cotton 4
here on November 40
d a message fro *.
reward tonight eay- i
be tere to opeM the
Many merelamat' *
s will also be prs-, 40

heir wrk and devout
Ssboria up t1e found
bounes standing at tht
L There is dager that
nildags might e6oa6pse
til tomorrow at noen 14
s task.

been losMed aad so ta
pectwl-trI thm rtt*
gh Ie PHemTsa "
A1Ig o from H
rbe aht utR q
pot sateach threh.
ates. t order to
eIge to divert
other channels.


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Sensational Selling of Seasona
| Get T

S....Cina *
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Special Sale of

S_ Matting

Mattin Sesat China Matting ,all good pat-
terns, worth up to c, to go at lOc yard.

Best grade of Window Best grade of Linen
r Shade.U3xwith Fringe, Towels, white and colored
S4c Plain,S.M Acoll- bordms, to go at 29c.
rs Best Grade of Granite
f{ Na Woo i^-Linen Towels, white and
%oho- o It d borders, to go at
11-,L Light and dark 19C
colors to go at $1.59,
worth $a50. Short Endc of Fine Dress
STriTmmings to go at 10, 15
Clean-Up sale of Short and 25c, worth up as high
pds of Sils at 0c. as $2.

SBA LACK SILK PriCOATS, with shirred-
9 m solr Ruffl .gat $8,-wmrt o$&W- With embrodr-
. ... ed flounce, $5.95, woh : $7.50.

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ible Specials. Hu"nd"s of Wise Buyers Will Rush Here Monday to

'hese Bargains. Plenty More for All the Week.

Srw *I yI Odd and End Sale of

T able Linens tor IllanKsgiving

Special Sale

68-inch Damask ,worth 60c, special ............... 49c
72-inch TI..,.-sk, worth $1.25, special .............. 89c
47-inch Damask, worth 30c, special ............. 222c
* 54-inch Damask, worth 35c, special .. . . . . . . 29c
72-inch Damask, worth $1.d, special ...... ....... 79C
72-inch Damask, worth $1.35, special .............. 98c
40 dozen Napkins, worth $3, to go at ....... ......... 38
40 dozen Napkins, forth $3.2, togo ......$2.59
Fringed Napkins to go at, per do ....... ....... 49

Mercerized Table Co
Elaborate designs, to g
$1.19 ,worth $1.75 and $

Black Woolen Dress G
38 to 54 inches wide.
lot includes Serges, Pai
and Twill Suitingd,
Voiles, all to go at 99

0o at

c up,

worth up to $1.50.

Duchess yard-wide Satin
to go at 99c, worth $1.25,
suitable to line with.

A Comfort Wonder. Good

large ones at 99c and $1.39.

0pr entire line of ept and
Chima Silk Waists, to go at

$8.98 and $4.98.
and Elaborately

Both plain

worth $5, $6, $7, $8 and $10.

Special sale of Black Taff-
eta Silk, yard-wide, at 99c,
worth $1.25 and $1.50, Lus-
trous Black.

'Blue Star Cotton,


yard-wide, fkiidhed soft, for
T^ ,edio to go atWyar' -
for $1.

Lace Curtains. One and
two pairs of a kind to select
from. Worth up to $4, to


go at $1.

Worth up to $6,

to go at $2.

Best quality of Ladies'
Shoes, worth $4, to go
at $2.10. $3 and $3.50
Shoes to go at $1.92.

Best quality Children's

Shoes, worth $2 and $2.50,
-to go at $1.

Best quality of MBoys'
Shoes, worth $2 and $3, to
go at $1.35.

Boys' Hats to go at 98c,
worth $1.25 and $1.35.

Men's Suits, sizes 31 to
34, to go at $4.49.

IMen's Suits at special
prices. .
--^f -- - --I

-Boys!--Suits, sze

SA I the f at of her ad to the bills back
back f her the most marretlnoly pro
doctlve couatly In the world, I can
I WU eauly see why you Penamoolians are
SI dreaming ol a great city in the very
near future. During the two days I
lbave been here I iave looked into
the resources of year city and the pos-
abilitles are boundless. The comple-
Uien of the Panama canai not only
NTr 0 ISPIAi TALKS tmeans the beginning tof a ner growth
5PR NT MI PIA A for Pensacola, but we Mississippians,
OP TH- TWO CITI1S AND together with the people of every state
PyiPOVCD RAILSOAD CON. bordering oa the southern waters, are
E CTi N THRM. anticipating that the products of the
western grain fields and the manufac-
"Wth the broad expanse of sea to turning plants of the central western

%y Doe. It Do It?

L4 d y why bhe .k ri"
COM m ml sof Um eof fts

seos d e gaat a= n ms u
B-- ---- fm You o d ot t l bu'lm a l

WWA t i n f- W-. AM wn-0 -1 ini"am of

"n anMefb thMV i

Tlha s no secret to the profes-
asln, but the combination and
li lortions which make Hood's
aw1eaparilla are not known, ex-
cept to ourselves, and herein lies
the reason why you will get bet-
ter results from it than from any
ether medicine.
The moment you begin to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla, that moment
your whole system, every function
f your body. the kifneys, the liv-
er,. the stomach, the blood. all are
Stinulste4, Invigorated. vttaised.
Sene or ormore of the great reme-
edes in this comlMtation. which
have a specific and direct action
Upon that particular organ or ftnc-
Stotn. Hence like oil on a great
machine, the lubrication Isto felt
throughout. the appetite and dt-
gemtlon;are improved, the kidneys

and liver become more active, the
blood to quickened and vitalized.
naturally the general condition
changes frosm weakAwss to strength.
Nature is assisted till she can
agala assert herself, and surely she
overcomes all the causes leading
pp to the resisting disease and the
* result s, lbe disease itself disap-
pears and health takes Its place.
Now Hood's Sarsapartlla has
brought about an these beneficent
effects time and time again, and IM
doing ft every day because it In a
great medicine not because of im-
aswtisn- or theory, and if you
would be cured of your ailment.
you should use only this medicine. *
which has repeatedly proved its
phenomenal power to bring about
this much desired xeault, good
sound health.

If there is a doubt n your miad to the- tRth qf our
assertions, write us for testimoni-, read them, and then write
those who bave been cured.
Just think of the mass of testmmWy we rezeive,-over forty
thousand of thee letters In two year
If you eould read these letters you would almost wonder how
we could MI the orders that would low in (or a medicine doing
so munh. goramd i Id lovigMr s m r eri
We hope for your own sake that you will buy a bottle today
and that tomorrow you may begin to realize benefit from it

states, will find their way to the south
em coast for export to the Central
and Southern American republics." re-
marked last night Hon. J. E. Watts,
of Mleridian, Miss., who is in Pensacola
in the Interest of a fraternal order of
which he is a national officer, and
which be is introducing for the first
time into Florida.
Mr. Watts has .been for eight years
chairman of the street committee ol
the Meridian municipal boards, the po-
sition next in responsibility to the
mayor, and was .at the last election
enthusiastically Uipported for mayor.
He has been credited with being the
leading spirit in the great public im-
provements made in the Mississippi
metropolis during his term of office,
and it was largely due to his agitation
that Meridian recently decided to
spend $250,000 for additional .paved
"Our growth in Meridian," contin-
ued Mr. Watts, "has been steady and
always upward. We have now more
than thirty thousand people within the
corporate limits and our manufactur-
ing plants in size and in numbers
compare favorably with any city in
the south. Meridian is the second
largest interior cotton markett in the
south; our jobbers sell as far west as
Texas and Oklahoma, east within the
territory of Atlanta, and we sell goods
to the retail merchants of Mobile and
New Orleans, a trade condition prob-
ably not duplicated in the United
"Residing as I do in an interior
city, where we are dependent upon
the railroads and are 120 miles from
any -harbor, I can appreciate our pos-
sibilties if nature had given 'us the
magnificent harbor you have in Pen-
sacola. Nor- do I believe your people
are asleep to the future awaiting the
city when the canal is completed and
the tide of trade turns southward ia-
stead of finding ship bottom at Atlan-
tic ports.
"It has been long the desire of Me-
ridian to have direct connection with
Pensacola through the building of the
proposed Memphis., Meridian and
Pensacola railroad. Our people have
worked for several years on thi3 pro-
ject and the citizens have subscribed
iberally of their funds for surveys and
the expense cf delegations to New
York in search of the capital neces-
sary ot put the road through. I be-
lieve now the undertaking ;a nearer
success than it has been at any time.
Before leaving home I was permitted
to see a letter from a firm of New
York bankers in which it was stated
that the proposition was being very
seriously considered and thus far there
were no insurmountable obtitaeles in
the way of raising the money that
will be necessary to build the road.
"If you Pensaeolians will take this
subject up through your chamber of
commerce and join with the citizens
of Meridian I believe that the road.
giving Pensacola an air Uline to the
graneries of the wust and reaping the
benefit of the haul of our cotton and
manufactured products, will be fiaish
ed by the time the first of the mighty
ships of the deep -passes through the
Isthmus canal.
-With the manufacturing plants of

Meridian, the cotton fields of the ter-
ritory and the vast virgin forests be-
tween. X.iping their hundreds of
cars of freight at shipside In Pensa-
cola, the two cities would enjoy mu-
tual growth and our people could es-
tablish trade relations of great benefit
and pofit to each."
Mr. Watts with his party of Missis-
sippians will remain a few days longer
in Pensacola before going to Tallalhas-
see for a brief visit.
The Imperial Cigar Stores
are now receiving large ship-
ments of Cigars from Ha-
vana, Tampa and Key West
for the holiday trade. Same
are being stored in their
Shunidnrs, which keep the Ci-
rs in peect condition.
Coni around.
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,The business men's a, cscomposed
of 2S mamehrs. had a vaey sajoyabl
trme at he Y. M. C. A. building Fri-
day evni@. when t
amused themadive, hy payg value
ball. They were well exercised at the
conclusion of the sport, and as a re-*-

suit of te interest taken in this game, exercise and amusement from their
a church volile all league will be run to and from Bayou Texar yester .
formed. This class meets on Tuesday day. The run was made oat G ad
and Friday of each week 6 to 7:30 street and backto to he Y. 3 C. A.
P. m. building.
The younger business men's class, a The Junior HarrierP' also Wparticlipat
division ofat the above class, will meet ed in running exercises yesterday.
next Monday evening, when tney will They ran from the Y. M. C. A: bul- *
engage in playing voile ball and baa ing to Garden street and back to the
ket ball. The regular meeting days starting point.
of this class are Monday and Tuesday, If enough members cant be seeared
from 6 to 7:30 p. m. to form a btkhetboll team, it Itapb
One of the meet enjoyable and In- able that a team from tbe _txDe "
teresting events to be held at the Y. college will come here. The migr
S.c. A. in soma. time will occur of the coe oe tem Ias almh ey a4
Tuesday night. ftan 7: to 9 p. in., that arrangements be aom*ld Sor W.;
when the newly-owgaanted empLoyed game O January 2.
boys will have a soctal. The mem-
bes of this class anticipate an eve- The eSti Ml Hes.
ulg of uo h pleasure id have ar- AppOintmet to that
ranged to bavM goo ttim. ship is e 4etw. emIyr s'o yweS.. &
The boy eossalm g the member- jor HSem l Sm Carletea NSw ea
ship of the Harrsers4 derived much ofter, NoV. 4.
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SThre 's something about. the
opening of anew fresh stook of
merchandise that starts a thrill
of enthusiasm in everyone cow
nected with it. So many new
things to be seem. displayed and
admired. Clothing of the bet-
ter klnd, Hatw from the best
makers, Furnishings that are
choice, elegant, attractive and czX
On TUESDAY, NOV. 24th.
Swe will open our doors and on
this dbwe wilgie' our special
attention to'showing rather than
selling. Weshall hold on-this-
day.a sort d
normal Open ing
" ,- "
Every man, woman and child
is earnest y invited and we want
everbody to cm remember
you 4il not be asked to bur-all
we ask Is that you pay us a visit
S o the opemamg day.

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IH. Muler. J. Oolonfa. E. H.
uBerJ C. 1. Maftan, Dr. John Epps
Sad L. 'auer left last night for a
.hntlag trip up Escambia river. They
via return taxisat.
]gBlte 4 8Ma were docketed for
trial In the recorder's court yester-
day. Fourteen defendants were found
ullty. three were discared and
one case waQ continued. Flues to the
mount of $62 were assessed.
Charles E. Crispin, representing
.the Columbia Phemograph company, is
in the city, stopping at the Merchants
Masfleld and Scarritt Moreno re-
ftured yesterday evening from a hunt-
tmg trip to Boggy Bayou.
Hercules Cobb: colored, charged
with discharging Are arms in the city
Maits, was fouad not guilty in the re-
*erer's court yesterday. Cobb was
arrested on suspicion of haviAg fired
* shot through a window glass at


Campbe's livery'stabli te Frd evea-
standing in froUt of the-stable.
Manager E. 8. Roberts of the elec-
tric ligat department of the Pensa&
cola Electric company, left durtag the
week for Key West, were he will
spend about three weeks looking after
the Stone and Webster Ug Uti buimst-
ness in that city.
* *
J. G. Pearce, of Jacksonville, was In
the city yesterday on a business visit.
K. N. Winters, of Dothan. Ala.. was
among the business visitor. to tee city
yesterday who registered at the Mer-
* *
Gam Morgan and J. W. Coons will
leave MonJay for Meridian, Miss.,
via Selma, on a business trip, with a
view to locating in the Queen City.
The mrnarmnm temperature at Pen-
sacola yesterday was 71 degrees at
12:45 p. m.. while the minimum was
51 degrees at,6:15 a. m. On the
same date lawt year the mxrim nw was
65 degrees and the minimum 59 de-
grees. The average uaslmmne for this


date is 66 degrees and the av rage'
minimum 53 degrees.
Ike Harris. representipg Ederbelm-
er, Stefr& Co.. makern of thef Xtr.--
good grade of clothing, was in the
city yesterday on a business trip. j]
An invGluntary petition- in banknrupt-
ey was filed in the niled .States
court by the creditors of the Badad-
Mercantile Co., in which they request
(hat the court adjudge t:ie firm bank-
rupt. The creditors signing theape-
tition and the amounts them are
a' follows: Pensac la Grocery Co..
$850; Empire Laundry Co.. $13.85:
D. Kugleman. X573.:3s.
Not only is it pnre Wirt of great
strength .and delicacy. Unequaled for
We desire to apologize for
our inability to deliver goods
on time during the week. It
was simply impossible. Our
delivery service wll be
doubled this week, and all
goods will be delivered
promptly. G. W. Groves &
Co., Managers B. Gerson's
sensational sales.
The ladies can feel perfect-
ly safe in purchasing their
Cluistmas Cigars from the
Imperial Cigar Stores, as we
know just what will please
the men.



'The twin-screw gasoline yac'.t Lil-
lian'II, having on board Capt. W. M.
Marshall and Dr. Henry Goldtliwaite,
of Mobile, arrived here yesterday af-
ternoon, the two gentlemen having
been on a pleasure trip to St. An-
drews, Carrabelle, Apalachicola and
other points, where they .pent some
The yacht to owned by Capt Mar-
shall and was built at Long Island
two years ago. She is 75 feet long.
has a beam of 16 feet and draws four
,bset of water. She Is fitted with a
0-horsepower Standard gasoline en-
gine and is 8 tons.a net.
T he Acht. came. be..Jor .the pwor-
"oae of taking a party of four ladies
will make the trip from Pensacola to
Mobile. No hour has been announced
for the sailing of the yacht. but Capt.
Marshall expects to be in Mobile on
'.-- How to Get Strong.
.. i-Da. of 1247 W. Congress St..
Chieag, tells of a way to become
stremg. He nays: "My mother, who
is old and was very feeble, is derli'-
lag so much benefit from Electric Bit-
ters. that I feel it's my duty to tell
these who need a tonic and strength-
ening medicine about it. In my
mother's case a marked gain in flesh
has resulted. insomnia has been over-
come and she Is steadily growing
stronger." Electric Ritters quickly
remedy stomach. liver and kidney com-
plaints. Sold under guarantee at all
drug stores. 50.
Gophers. Chickens and Eggs al-
ways on hand. Phone 343. 301 S.
Baylen, corner Government. J F.


Occurs To-morrow-Monday,

at Johnson's Old Book Stand.



218 S. Palafox

A complete line of Men's, Women's and Child-
ren's Shoes now ready for discriminating buyers.

Such Shoes as "The John Kelly," "Queen
Quality" and "Sachs" Celebrated Shoes for
Women. The "R. T. Woods & Co." Misses
and Children's Shoes, and the ever-ready 'lust
Wright" Men's Shoes.


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Only five Weeks left to convert the entire stock into cash. DON'T FAIL TO AT-
TEND THE GRAND BARGAIN CARNIVAL. The most wonderful bargains will be thrown
out on the center table daily, consisting of Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Rlankets, Comforts,
Underwear, Ladies' Suits, Skirts, Coats, Raincoats, Men's Suits, Boys' Clothing, Hosiery, Etc., to
be slaughtered regardless of cost, because they must be closed out before our lease expires.

Bargains in .Dress Goods.

All $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 Broadcloths,
54 inches, wide, in all colors, bankrupt
sale price .........................
Choice of 60 pieces fine all-Wool Suit-
ings, worth $1.00 to $1.25 per yard,
during this closing-out sale, only
One lot of all-Wool Suitings, all colors,
, both plain and fancy, worth 75c to 98c
per yard. Your choice for ..........
One lot of Wool Suitings worth 25c to
39c per yard, including all-Wool Tri-
cot Flannels. Your choice for ......

Bargains in Ladies' Wais
50 dozen Ladies' Waists ,open front and
well-made, of Flannelette and Arnold
Waisting,in Shepherd Checks and
Fancy Plaids, as well as white Mad-
ras. Actually worth 98c each. Your
choice for ........................
$1.50 Washable Madras Waists, with
laundred Collrs and Cuffs. Choice.








Sin Ladies S
$3.50 Wool Tweed Skirts, in gray or
navy Blue Mixtures, full cut and well
made. A special bargain at ........
$4.50 Wool Panama Skirts, in black or
Navy Blue, with neat hair line stripes.
A great bargain at .................
One lot of washable Duck Skirts, in
Gray and Blue Mixtures, splendidly
made ,worth $1.75. To close out in
this sale at .................... .





Bargains in Blankets.
$1.00 10-4 Gainesboro Blankets, either
white or gray. An unusual bargain.
Per pair, only .....................
$1.50 11-4 White or Gray Rlankets.
Must be closed out in Bankrupt Sale
for ..............................

Best $2.00 and $2.25 11-4 Blankets going
in this sale per pair for .............
Special bargains in extra quality Blan-
kets at $2.15, $3.69, $3.95 and ........





Bargains in Underwear.

Men's best 50c Fleeced Shirts or Draw-
ers, extra quality, to go at 75c per suit,
or each ........................ .
Children's 35c Fleeced Underwear to go
. now, at ................ .... ....
Ladies' Bleached Extra Fleeced Under-
wear. Best 65c grade, now only ....




One table ol Men's and Ladies' Sam-
ple Wool Underwear, at about half-
price. o.-

One Table of Wool- Sweaters

Away Below Actual Cost.

25 dozen Boys' Wash Blouse Waists,
made of genuine Red Seal Gingham.
All sizes. Worth 50c each, for .....
Men's $1.00 Madras Shirts, best Noxall
and Harmack brands to go in this sale
for ............................ .



Remnants of All Wool Dress Goods, Wash Goods and Outing Flannels on
Center Bargain Table Away Below Actual Cost.

7 1-2 Bleached Domestic, full yard-wide, 5 Best 72x90 Columbia Senmlesu Sheets.
during this sale ................... .full bleached, the 75c quality ,now go- 59
ing at ........................... 7C
7 1-2c Gingham. Apron Checks, colors 5t
and sizes, per yard, only ..............C Bes 81x90Col bia Mills
Sheets, torn and Hemmed. Worth 69c
Men's 5c White Lawn Handkerchiefs to 3c 85c, now only ..................... O 7
go now at.....................7... Best 15c Hemstitched Huck Towels, full
Ladies' and Children's 5c White Lawn 2t bleached, now only ................ JC
Hanfdkerchiefs on sale for .......... C b n ..1. .
Men's best $1.00 Overalls or Jumpers on 75c
Men's 18c Pure Linen White Initial 1 sale for ..........................
Handkerchiefs on sale for .......... >
Men's Best $2.00 Pants, marked down,
gain of the season, per yard ......... ...3 c
SBest 9c Outing Flannels, all colors, now
Full size $1.50 White Bed Spreads, to go 09 going at ......................... 6k
in this sale at ..................... Shoes Must Be Closed Out At
All Shoes Must Be Closed Out At
Extra large $2.00 fringed White Bed $1.69 About half-price.
Spreads ,now on sale for ........... $0 de
250 dozen Man"If2ctilrers' Sample
Best 9-4 Slumber or Welded Sheeting, 191 Hose, bought at 33 1-3 per cent .off, will
25c value ,marked down, now, to .... S be thrown on our bargain counters and
Best 84 Welded Sheeting to go during 71l offered at less than original cost. Don't
this sale at .................... c miss this great Hosiery Bargain.






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The P rmo tioon of
John Taempe Graves.
Downs ere Ia the Sorth -m ao
ave peked some amiable jests at
Jteh Temple oravea as-Mr. Hearst s
S eabdate for vceprede at of the
IVtM St s and we have affected to
a dei e ~as hf gf'tsl- pho esa the
tel- et~ of battle when Ee should
eve been sring rballets.

kRL. p-od oC his undeaubted tabtm
Shis ga et force of character, his ean-
m asm, ktimy atore. In wMet Cawr
Is* of ts allay of human base-
s es, nd his spotless pereoaal char'
aer aMd record. We have dLspr.
es am lU y la ar. iatokwwckl aame.,
S t sr -old Sam Housto of Txas
eaq aslid, "If-- man c at abuse his
li: s, what's the use of havi 'etm?
SN. Reamst !Ias. Just publicly an-
aces Ohat John Tewige has ee
S MIm ted to the position of editor-fn-
wd of his great paper, the New
Er American. ad wit have full
S gm of Ita editorial policy. A tri-
tIndeed, such as any newspaper
A-- ta America might be proud of.
M 4 ar cogrt enate Mr. Graves agu
e has tamred his back on Bryan
S. t d -0i0A- M1-iC prty a8i t a
,* p witt .s... Mols,. a. we m-
Ss ~~parture tim nr potIcl amidst.
4 ~J~Pmt does not diam *
t Sa cess he has wo In so short a
S l*aN t he Joinralismn of the metrop-
Otls* 41- Q jm

I' ;hfm -to Solve
a* c t Problaen. I
are is a little local news item
Ot we fid In tfe Marion. Ala,
*teEa,1 a weekly paper printed ia
Ot gOaSla black belt of that satea,
WM*h has more uggestiveseas and
salmemia for au here hi the Seto
hM many stories" with big mare
1 haa over them telling of the sins
Rd saorrows of the great modern
lr o er ve of its iadestrial pro

"there is a young negro farmer In
ts a nty who borrowed aoney four
am s *go to make a two-horse crop.
is e Is ow oat of debt and is said to
SAe a thiouqse s-i4 ---a *i 4' "'-edit
*ae bank. He has the reputation of
Setagf oest and .r .:...... :1.A its jstt
,M mIample of how easy the soil in
S this aection an be made to give up
its wealth for the slightest erffrt."
We have the negro proMem with us,
Problem of such immensity and com-
pleosty that the wisest men despair of
ar formula for its solution. And
yet t this local item oeomear g a
aegO farmer tI Alabama we gat a
.bephit ray of light as to the true

There is Pnething in the Scriptres
to the effect that'out of the mouths
of b~aes proeeds true wisdom at
crulealt times, and little children shall
3ead a along tae right way when our
owS learned deductions fail; and so
we tke it that this young negro farm-.
er up in Alabama 'who probably
knows very little about the vast dis-
cialews concerning his raoe which
vet and perplex as every day nl the
Wear, is showing us hew to solve the
preblto by stickag to the oil and
tabewloa the divine law of labor.
We 1ae I caught many asuh items in
the oUtherM pre first and last and
they man that despite all the thoua-
*ads of ahiftless and erinamal magroe
bho are the despair of the better peo-
Ie a their own race and a steady
measoe to our civilization, we have
another element of that, race .smg
us which stands for law and order
and thrift and industry; and in this
elemeat lies the chief hope of the ne-
gro in America.'
A good. hoebst negro farmer plaat-
ed ii aBy co'--uity in the South
meas an obleet lesson for every oth-
or aero, an inspiration and a rallytag
poiat for all other weU-iaaetioaed
peopb of the race, aad a ateadfast in-
fiCeose in every direction whieh can-
aot be overestimated.
aithrn white people should give
te met sardlal eaconragemaIt to
ansh potent factors among them for
th" "awfl soltitoa of the great
@ro bm en es that every seh ae-
P amIor s made to feel tiat e

b0 genae friends in hi elNghbMors
of the other race.
It is tothe credit of Booker Wash-
ingta that his wor at Tukegee has
chiefly for its object the evolution
of jrat OeAo namw ve aps this Alt-
bmr ae, and whia we get eugh
ot them we will have no more negro

The South lomes'e of the hbeast
tp of the moera soute r saby the
drt, of Joseph Bryen, owner at Ate.
R m-o,4, Va., Tilmes-Dispatch who
died at aMid home In 2 inmm iTay
nihst. Mr. Bry was osa of ex-"
trzaiary breadth if view, alertness
I& actiona ad es-aoembhultty in
tarie p dertakl-s A gleane at his
atrsmO, eined ac dd iercing eyes
r-vel" the hgh -em-- odern- -an
of Oirs in whom the pride, tradi-
tiois and cmaems et of t attie Vir-
gnia were dirttBlr. ended .with
the later Virginian 1wo has realiMed
sad glabped the oppetiaIties of.his
timeM ad wM es nader d a-hitUons
that woull have daunted ieaer men
To what base ses may we not de
seed when we let our brtal partisan
panlo. and 4.prweudk; set our "cul-
chw' wend our ideals by the throat,
n drag them thro1ht the dirt. Here
is Haers Weeakly, aMlsrO t f pur-
ists, whose trbii nose was ever
-Ml to .~ ttUaS o i M t the Mse
eo sting or ayr d4isto tfrm tnsh
thatB- el-ei' .-awcmg.Ei an,
editorial dtaaussion, reviling Mr. Bryan
for umaoeuBdin himself with "cheap
skaes" during the recent campaign.
Bowery. slang. ttlat a pretene of
disgise! Another such break as that
and we As stop our sbscription to
this "Journal of Civiliation" to save
our Rngl .un desd fhra the corrupt
ag funsoee of sue co--o inatlo-



herif Van Pelt and Deputy Smith
retied. to .the .city about 7 o'clock
last night from McDonald's camp, in
Baldwin county. Alabama, where they
arrested Stering and Bannister Shef-
field, negro boys, the latter charged
with oeaoting a aegro man at Godwin
Bros. camp, near Millview, about two
weeks ago. The wounded man and
Sterling Sheffield had a quarrel ovea
a game of eards at Sodwin Bros. camp
when Bannister heffield emptied the
oantents of a shotgun in his stomach.
He is still alive, but it is thought he
will' not rdover. oth boys then made
their escape into Baldwin county.
Sheif Hood, of Baldwin county,
gave the Florida officers permission to
arrest the two negroes.
We desire to apologize for
our inability to deliver goods
on time during the week. It
was simply impossible. Our
delivery service will be
doubled this week, and all
goods will be delivered
poromptly. G. W. Groves &
Co., Managers B. Gerson's
sensational sales.






Ankle Straps

There is nothing daintier
or prettier for Parties and
Dancing Schools for Chil-
dren, than Ankle Straps. We
have quite a pretty style in
all sizes from the little tot to
the big girl.

$1.25 to $2.00



to Size
Rather a peculiar time of

year to advertise


Pumps but then Meyer knew
that the little ones wanted
Evening and Party Slippers.
So he bought them.
Better come early if you
want a pair.

Feet Furnishers For Folks.
102 South Palafox St.

Is a Good Ad. Meadum.
LINOt-V PAY The -mo -rm A


With appropriate ceremonies con-
ducted by Eacambia Lodge No. 15, F.
R. A. M., the corner stone to tne new
ornamental entrance to St. John's
cemetery, now under course of con-
struction, will be laid this afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock. The ceremony will be
the usual one conducted by the Ma-
sons at such events, .and the corner
stone will be laid by the following offi-
J. M. Flin, district deputy grand
H. W. Gibbs, ;rad senior warden.
C.. Bonacker, grand Jnior warden.
J. S. Reese, grand treasurer.
H. A. Quigley, grand secretary.
C. L. Smith, grand senior deacon.
J. R. Nix. grand junior' deacon.
G. R. Pritchett, grand senor steward.
A. S. Hoffman, grand junior steward.
Jas. A. Lyle, grand tyler.
J. D. Rendall, grand marshal.
H. Dell, grand architect.
A Handsme Structure.
The ornamental entrance iq to e
constructed entirely of cement, with a
tile roof. It wil contain a chapel
waiting room, sextao's office and lava-
tories. It will cot about $4,000 ant
is a gift from J~rpmbia lodge to St.
John's Cemetery Co., which is a cor-
poration, organhid for the sole pur-
pose of caring for and beautifying the
cemetery, whi ccovers ten blocks.
Jast year when -the lodge decided to
tun the cemetery over to a company
it was stipulated in the deed of trust
that all moneys delved from the sale
of lots should be expended in beautry-
ing the grounds and caring for the
property, and to create an endowment
fund. Much has since been accom-
plished in the way of beautifying the
cemetery, and it is the hope that some
day the cemetery will be. endowed as
are others in many cities.
Now that the resting place of many
of Pasacola's former citizens Is
being improved and beautiAed it is the
hope of those interested in the place
that the Pensacola Electric Company
will endeavor to furnish a better car
service to and frm it during the af-
ternoons and especially on Sunday.






S. B. Schucka, who has been in Pen-
sacola for several days representing
the firm which imported the cargo of
nitrate of soda Drought nere on the
steamer Coya, gave a bay party to a
number of his friends Friday evening.
The party left about 1 p. m. and re-
turned at 6 p. m. The trip was made
In the launch Reba and a short stop
was made at the bar, where thU party
fishd for red snappers. after which
the launch made a run i the gulf.
The party was com psed of S. B.
Schucks, A. B. Yniestra, S. J. Albino,
M. Riera. C. H. Wheat, R. A. Wheat,
S. D. Tittle, Walker Wilkins and A.
J. Gahan.
New Orleans. Nov. 1.-Peter E.
Hellwegeof, of the cotton arm of Peter
E. Hellewegeoff and Company, .was
ran over and killed by a railroad train
at Elysianfields avenue and North Pry-
or street this morning. Mr. Helle-
wege was about 3 years of age.
Paris, Nov. 21.-Tlbe police late last
night arrested a man named Remy
Coulllaud on the charge of haring
murdered in this city Adolphe Stein-
hell and Mre. Japy, in May of this
year. Couillud was M. Steinheil's
man servant.
An electric car passed over and ex-
ploded a torpedo near the corner or
Palafox and Zarragossa streets short-
ly after 9 o'clock last night. No one
was injured sad no arrest has been
A horse hitched to N. Berlin's deliv-
ery wagon became frightened and ran
away about 5 p. m. yesterday. The
horse ran west on Intendencia street.
and was stopped near DeVilliers
street. No damage resulted.

Th nksgiving Ball and Euchre.


Ksights of Columbas at K.

of C. Hall




This afternoon at 3 o'clock Rev.
Claude E. Hill, pastor of the First
Christian church, of Mobile, who Is in
the city assisting Rev: Thos. Lennox
in a revival meeting, will deliver a
lecture at the church on-East Chase
street. The subject will be: "Tbe
Cause of the Movement Against the
Liquor Trafc."
Mr. Hill has been active in temper;
ance work in Alabama and has made
a close study of the movement against
the saloon business. This address
will be of interest to all workers in
the cause of prohibition. Both men'
and women are invited and no admis-
sion fee will be charged.
When Brooks Lawrence as in Pen-
sacola some time ago he stated public-
ly that he regarded Mr. Hill as one of
the most effective and fearless advo-
cates of prohibition in the Soath. A.
large crowd of men and women should
be present this afternoon to hear this,
We desire to apologize for-
our inability to deliver goods
on time during the week. It
was simply impossible. Our
delivery service will be
doubled this week, and all
goods will be delivered
promptly G. W. Groves &
Co., Managers B. Gerson's
sensational sales.
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Coma 0~mk frua me aaty i~s.b cl er~ cTl
ffuwondy "=a imhdy wa lmes
yeam To vnm,-tb have boendy two
h..m% ca th sw go =do d M of SosMASONS T
m dat d *ay ai rIa theIs
-rr -011 ~ha L khelmtr
UPamd do N im d= u boif V I rr CONDUCTED AT ORNAMENTAL
tNY -o thmmdy emi, dm at OE ENTRANCE TO ST. JOHN'S CEME-
WrCU wet w d ad t=d
1mk a dry in the ar Cr n arm TERY, WHtnoH 19 NOW UNDER
- stP mNat ef m m hoA Of
tue tLb" c at _O d_ mm 20t COURSE OF CONSTR UCT iON

"In opening St John's cemetery to
the public, we deem it proper to make
a brief eiplaiattio of the motives and
plans of those who have been moving
in the mattewand to recite briefly the
system of n.&-.~n.-Aet under 'whijhcb
will be conducted. In nqow 'with
other citizens, we have Or ears past
realsed the ulent e tty for a
new cosetry to meet the needs., o
our growing community, and as an or-
ganised body h aing wtqin itself the
elements of perpetl ty- Becambla
Lodge No. 15, F. & A. M. has moved
in this matter for the public welfare.
We have puhased, cleared and en-
closed twenty acres of ground most
admitably sitad" Oa the west side
of the city, and in every wy adapt-
ed for the purpose. It has been plant-
ed with graam ad at the proper sea-
son we propose to set out a large
number of trees. It is our purpose to
keep a competent and careful man
iUon the grewud all the time and to
furnish from tinte to time sueh addi-
tional labor as may be needed to keep
eyetthifrg in good condition and to
make such further improvements as
may be expedient. :We propose to
open the street leading to the ceme-
tery and to make a substantial side-
walk so that it may be conveniently
reached on.foot. In short it is our de.
sire and intention to make this by de-
grees aa attractive and beautiful spot,
an ornament to the city and a fit rest-
ing place for the beloved dead; and
in endeavoring to effect this we feel
that we respond to the wishes of the
conumunlty and have their entire sym-
qathy. The ground has been laid off
in lots, each large enough for ten
graves. ,These have been priced ac-
cording to the location and are now
open for purchase. The funds which
will be realized from the sale of lots
will be applied first to the repayment
of the cost of the property and sucs
hrrther improvement as we wish to
make promptly. Secondly to the cre-
ation of a fund which will be invested
so as to yield A perpetual revenue;
which revenue is to be used in keep-
ing up the fence aad grounds and
paying all the necessary expenses as
they arise. Should there be any sur-
plus in this revenue so made it will
he expended in charity. Neither Es-
cambia lodge as a body nor any mem-
ber of it has any sordid interest in
the matter or is to be pecuniarily bene-
itted in any way. The management
of the cemetery is in the hands of a



We were indeed fortunate

in purchasing for

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Almost the last act of Hon. W. .
Anderson, who recently passed away,
was to write a history of St. John's
cemetery for Escambia lodge No. 15,
of which he was historian. This his-
tory is to be placed in the corner
stone this afternoon, and it was -with
such Intention that he was requested
by the lodge to write it.
Mr. Anderson completed the history
about 5 o'clock in the afternoon prior
to his death. Upon finishing it he left
his offie. never to return.
Mr. Anderson was possibly the best
posted man in the city on the history
of the cemetery, being the chairman
of the first committee appointed by
the lodge 32 years ago to have charge
of the burying place. The history 6f
the cemetery as written by him, is as
History of St. JoAn's Cemetery.
In 1876 the only burial lace in Pen-
sacla was old St. Michael's cemetery,
being the south balf of the present en-
closure. This had become so crowded
that the opening of a new cemetery
became a self-evident and urgent ne-
cessity. As no one else would move
in the matter, Escambla lodge took it
Into consideration and the matter wag
fully discussed in the lodge, on the
6th day of March, 1876, as appears
from the lodge records.
"On motion the following commit-
tee was appointed to take into consid-
eration the matter of a cemetery, to-
wit: Brothers Lee, Wentworth apd
Hutchinson." On April 3rd this com-
mittee reported favorably as fb the
undertaking, and recommended the
purchase of the ground now occupied.
of which they had secured a refusl.
The report was approved by the lodge
and the committee given authority to
act. Ten blocks of ground were pur-
chased, by then bounded on the east
by G street, on the west by L street,
on the north by Howell street, and on
the south by Simpson street. This
gives an area of twenty acres clear
of the streets. The ground was at
once cleared, fenced, surveyed and
plotted and opened to the public. On
opening St. John's cemetery, the lodge
issued and pubUshed the following ad-

Grass Rugs, 30M inches, $1.50 kind, go at .. 95c

Grass Rugs, 36x72 inches, $2.00 kind, go at.. $1.5

SVelvet Rugs, 27x54 inches, $2.50 kind, go at .$1.50

Velvet Rugs, 36x72 inches, $4.00 kind, go at. $2.50

Axninister Rugs, 27x60 inches,

worth $3.50

this sale for .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ... $2.00

Axminister Rugs, 36x72 inches ,worth $6.00,

go at .. . .. . .. .. ,. .. ... $ .50

Smyrna Rugs, 30x60, $3.00 rugs, go at .. $1.40

Smyrna Rugs, 36x72, $450 rugs, got .... $2.25

These extraordinary prices are cash.



Furniture House.

107-109 E. Intendencia St.

Phone 1232.

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committee of t ea embers of the
lodge who are ap inted for that duty.
An exact record ll h kept of ev
interment, giving the name, date and
location, so that any prave may be
Ideatlied at any ftwe utime. With
this explantloW ef wat we- 4*e
done and ot oar pwpbae tfor h-e e-
tare, we ask f te rr a t
support of oa(r fello* citiAns.
'T. W. lu s tiNSON,
W. A. rK
Aug. 1C, 1876&
1 ie total amount expended by the
lodge was $3,000, which was borrowed.
The total number of lots in the ceme-
tery as now laid eat is 190. When
the ground becomes Shed the ead-'
way now extending around the ceme-
tery caa also be laid out into .lots.
maklagnan aditiomal number of 1at ,4
making a total of 210 lots. The
ground is laid out into sections run-
ning north and south. These sections
are regularly numbered sad the cor-
ners marked -with stone posts. The
corners of the lots sar marked with
iron pegs, and eachlot treats on a
roadway., The Srst interment was
made on August 10, 1978. In the
northeast corner of the ground a por-
tion has been set apart for a Masoaic
cemetery for the burial of i digent
aad transient Masona Twenty have
been buried there by Xcambia lodgs.
The establishment of St. John's ceme-
tery war mdertabs as a duty sad
the burden of debt was assumed with
reluctance a d eitation. But the
result Is that it has not only paid the
debt. but will in the future yield a
yearly surplus for an endowment fund.
The control of the cemetery has been
entrusted in the/past to a ceemttte
of five members of the lodge, who
have been-renewed from year to year.
But in 1908, it being thought best to
separate the cemetery wholly from
the business of the lodge, the St.
John's Cemetery Company was incor-
porated and a charter granted by J.
E. Wolfe, judge of the circuit court,
and the property was conveyed to
them by the lodge without conidera-
tion. The ceatrol i-sew vestad ia aa
board of five trustees, of whdam one,
is appointed in each ear. By the ar-
ticles of incorp~oaioa, they are re-

quired to set apart acertYLara r
the yearly raceipta o t tae ted as
an ere at mtn m atdo ari w Vi
for the care and rervration
emetrn A mortuary Cb@pelV w

~ceyd OR fales qeladat
eleis buot at the i at ge

Smith, J. Whte C. a6.R B-A-F "
This corner Itre is lai d e
bia Lode No. I .wita Nasdal^M^ ,
moony O Nwvember ,22d, P-
Lay an IM

len M Brent Bu inkling'

'Fine Printing
Attracts Atteatn
One of the netest pieces at
printing ever otten'out in Pe
Is a booklet of the John White b
just ssued eem the M e s a
Mayes Printlu Compewm. Ter
is ewbct--d In gold leaf and the
work is attractively lustrtb2a
half4ome cuts. TMs work
with the rWt Natkhal Bank
which the Maya Printina
issued several wee a is
ing a great dil aof f aveoff
moat by all wo appe6a6te am&

GoldMsdeI IHj_-

-pr 3esad3F Ur
Plow Abp Sod Jim CCpD

Gold Med"l hamIs
Norm mat omhb v s..P .
hissom he ol m I i ',Z. =
Could a r. ad myokesd
scow&" marL
For bIiw o bsw 0=
umWN m b"mim -or gmw4
mnwaps km..

Sel At All Diuptom.r


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CASH a line of SAMPLE RUGS last week at about

HALF PRICE and our customers now get the bene-

fit as follows:

U iL


of Drum rs Sample of




New and Splendi Furniture Escially Priced

Great big surprises await furniture buyers here. Our big show r~oms are crowded with what is, by
far, the finest f urni that we've ever had. And especially pleasing is lower prices that are prevail-
ng, while the styles are all of the fety latest known to American mn fi e't forget that right
now is the time to buy Tirjing Tables, Chairs, Sideboards and Chiai Clets, while the bedroom and parlor
should not be overlooked. Get wbat you want now and pay just "oam in a wbile."

MA 3Ert C> 3S~



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Grass Rugs, 18x36 inches, 75c kind, go at ..




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not twenty-four hours ago. One of 1
Sheer millionaire cestemers strugging
Scostmer how she kept her figure in
S' m such superb shape. "You habitually
eat and drink heartily and even
tboughtlessly, not to say riotously at
ttims." she complained, "wbereas I
For Furnishnlg Goos Shoes and lats This ._i I k,
Sat" wilty." repned the fashion 1
Scarfua. "I admt I don't fatten up
Store Should Prove a Magnet for All Byers. IMth'pwe.a "- a
(the name abost slipped oat), to say F
to Tmy at, ThIs far and no further '
I 40 1eOercise nor rum any danger
t wtokles or teBmach treMle either.
Herl teno Sar M. .m rote a t w -
O a& & mOf PaeOWr gmes baded

0 S A t-_ ai aft -I:19 *&IN -od

i teet T tbot ai

*.. > T J..IAL'I .Q9
enem al av ert.

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i..M .. W li v

ir W aturl. L. I t e a e n- Striking Longshoremen Did
d= f air beefat J L w a so h"r yuin
|-b. TL -Im. _e 6i_.a t s UNot Return to the Docks
Efit utmost l in t A solautcly Yesterday.

ConditFloa. in the strike of the unor-
Sasaled longshoremen on the three
Louisville & Nashville railroad docks
Share about fte same as they were ri-
G.J c^Je y A.- uaimm&Wfa k"P it T'flm.esday, the first day of the strike.
SThere is only a small amount of work
W6 we am t ripofm t6being done on Commandancia street
aa b ft a n dock, no work having been done oa
SZ L TIt parity the steamships Manchuria, which ii
loaded with kainit, nor the bBakstp,
whie0 is waiting to load cotton.
Yesterday was the second day that
THE THANKSGIVING FEASTINth of thee steamships were not
TH-E rFL1 worked- The steanship' Teresa was
not worked yesterday at this dock.
S" Trlr making the second day that she -as
mbeen idle. She is eeady to take ar-
complet W hout go. One sang was at work in the
warehouse at this dock yesterday
Skding cottonseed cake on ears which
will be carried to Mu.cogee wharf
a Box of Whitman's at at ^d'
for the purpose of being loaded in a
m an ,atsteaaship now at fast wharf.
Thbe steamship Tarpon arrived ye
teaday from St. Andrews and other
points and was docked at Command-
5aeiP street wharf, where she coa e
and discharged naval stores. Thib
The Crvwl Phak wa? w s done by employes on her,
Sa aasr mc always been done.
"_ ber was being kwd on the
bark Majorka yesterday from cars.
Fine Candy by the pound Satin W affles at 35c per lb. Lcm.n- s b i load. by e not In-
The steamships Coya, Hannah M.
on W aers at 3 per b. Coconut Buttercuts, nut centers, at 35c Bell and the Bark Maretta were re-
at ___ L erry.35C per -- 4A ~ h ,ona street dock. The men at work
per 1b. Imrne Tablets, very fine, at 35c per lb. Red Cherry Cough steseri e arenotnle n
ops, 35c per lb. Menthol Wafers at 35c per Ib Horehound Two hahes were being worked on
the steamship BErtha, which is d4W
ofMleharging a cargo of mahogany at
dy at Tarragona street dock. The work on
this vessel is being done by nearly all
_ h_____ _ m__ im, the la rty oa whom are
bo h memb I of the Knights of
itrla e mahcingw at work an this
eAt& rehe e tos be getting $4
4hpey.r edaey.
S' Th schooli t ordeltt and the riv-
. Or steamer J, ilama, which ar-
St P m ay a-e d docked, at
itan tCire tO aowere otill load-
M i1 F A haau ew yesterday afternoon.
-^7We, `-* w1iThe German steamship HerrmaG ar-
rived, In port late last night. She
W came here for b unker 1coaead tIt is:
H8 ,1 o in sec ring mn to do this

ost exacting de nds ofthe plo d the on etri. and

"COlct 1 .- W "s to the men in e railroad d shops tOu
h oe boarding tars in rtadinesd to
our offerings in recite the imported men.
We desire to apologize for

d on time during the week. It
SI lwas siplnyt i possible. Our
I3 Ii I ^ c preall In aII e'sdeivery S.rsvice will be

goods will be delivered a
I 10ySCoh g y. G. W. Groves &
Ce o.B ers B. Gerson's
sensational sales.
', r Ae doubly attractive. First wowl I A-A, e e-I-p.
lThe pilot bat Pilot, Capt. Maloy,
for styler t and fiarnish, spoke the Italian hip Maria late yee-
1i Iterday afternoon. 'The ship was about
O. Clothes te second to fifteea miles of Pensac la bar, bond
for Mobile and asked to be reported
all well.
none. Secondly, special pri- alel

Sces prevail in all MMen's Suits, On and Off Chat
OverOats and Furnishisi ngs-. About [at

n Underpriced n The society reporter picked up the
S" following gem at Madam Brewster's





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By Aecliatld Prss.
New York, Nb 21.-Renewed de-
pression in the American securities in
the London market today caused an Ir-
regular opening in New York. (The
most prominent speculative stocks
were lower, but this was. offset by
some gains among the specialities.
American Cotton Oil rose 2, Wiscon-
sin Central pretfrred and Westing-
house Electrical, Wabash preferred
and Utma Copper 5-8; Southern Pacif-
ic declined 1, and Union Pacfic, St.
Paul, Rediar and United 8tateq Steel
large tracUtoa
Contracting activity in stocks and a
wavering price movement have irrJ-
cated the waiting of the speculative
campaign n progress since the early
summer and which culminated with
the entry of large general buying of
securities after the election. Prices
have turned downward without any al-
feratio of the general conviction eld
in the nacil center of the improv-
ing tendency of business aad indua-
try aad the strength of the financial
position to lansreq its continuance.
This conviction has not been consider-
ed Inconsistent with the view that
spculatio was overrunning itself.
Heavy reaching sales at tae prices
to which stocks had been pushed
brought about reaction. The reaction
is regarded a being due to purely
technical cause.
Speculation continued highly ireg-
ular. A fractional rally after the
opening was stopped by renewed
sales, whica forced some stocks low-
er than at the outaet. This in turn
wap followed by another recovery,
which advanced Atchlson aoJ the
United States Rubber stocks 1 and
Minnekpolls and St. Louis and Cen-
tral LeAther preferred 1 1-4. The low
level sl wed Tenaessee Copper off
7 1-2; Canadian Pacific 1 3-8; and
Union PacN e, Reading, Illinois Cen-
tral and Wltcamsin Central 1.
The market closed weak and fev-
erish. GOemM weakness developed
In the end hw from an outpouring
of stocks. CaOadian Pacinc was car-
ried dow 3 points. llinois Centdal
and Aneicar melting 2 5-; Union
Paed 2 34; Sowthera Pacitc, St.
Paul 1- A4malamatd Copper 2 and
Reading. ameagla, Conaoldated Gas
and LNatlsl Iead 1 1-2 to 1 3-4. Am-
clv re&-rr aid Vir-
lr-- r/- .* Co. noe 1
14.-2 am 6Chrt a preaTed 1 a -, .
Tip Za --ae by heavy verin
of agat0 tes J- held. A sale
s u t4 J .aral Mining at 72

banks for
t s a the boks a
S-(j r Wl f ra le. This
Ia r* l the p o
as a cemared
S s $4,-

Deposits, $1,414,028,;00; orea
(Crculatian, 647J0100; derpa
Legal tenders, S3716,00; lacrea
Specie. $303,300.6, imaeae $1.80
Reserve, $83,136,70; fneeass $
Reserve required, $33,507,7, 1
crease, $262S,425.
Surplus, $2.5,lA ; 4ecrase $61:
Rx.U. S. Des t, IaNt. .M1l, d
crease $618A .
The peormatome aetmme" sWare e
the rlerta Ing e hae ta .y wi

reporting to the d-Mrilg h- e tao
that these *-lg** i I Na a1
depots -f $.- 79
oa hand I1.444Ua,. and beam t*
aamnut of 1e 5 *-,an
New York. WW. 2L-T-he t
market opened ste Fr at a adva
of 6 and 8 peintsa ad drimg the
few minutes soldup f a a agdvt
of 12 and 14 polats with all p-
making new high seere d faer the se
son on a tremew o oy oI tl- msi
for those acco SMts. uBiy was i
dently based On the Ucein rpo
showing 9.630,61 bals Slardl to N
member 14. wtich wa an net loal
pectations. After aeliag at s8 f
December. 9 1- for May. the mark
(reacted under leavy re ilag am
during the middle of the eri nr
ed about 6 to 10 potatsa at highs
Business contained active at C3e oe
er level and the aarhat seImed ne
Cotton future m md steady.
member 9.30: Jauuarp 9.VT. Ma"
9.10, May 9.06. July S., AMoust S.
Cotton futures closed stady. Ci
ing bid Ne oseaber OJ8, Seolb
9.29, January 9Kl, WelmNy *
March 9.12, April 941, Mayr .10.o m
9.05, July 9.0 A t y, O ab
Spot quiet: mi uplalda .5i
middling gulf 8 0 a
New Orleans l. -2"-
tures opeed *"-ftr. -. J
bid; Pwhece-r' i on a
ary 8J 9 ad ka ; ft nL;.*N an
9c; Marcht O 0M a f 9W .4
and 9.06; may. M ay t., Jm
a1dd lic; July 9.3.
Cotton ftumra g ed b ,a aadI
Norvmber 8.91; "i t
nary 8.98; fet9r*y MWt ;*M
AV 9.06; v Ma
ew 1W. --
patse wo tIL
WiG M M:; -' w

stock 2=.An.

Chieago, Now. Sff--WWWAT--om-

missim hopes were maderrte a

of wheat today and the mrsat
caned to be weal. foowta
firmasse at the opening au to
prices in Uiverpool. Liberal "
especially In the sawesat, i
chiefy-yarsponsibe .r tdhe
Prices at the opening wuMr
to 1-4c higher with Desemsber
1-2 to -8. Later December 1,
to $1.04. Minne ao is Dd pl
Chicago reported reoelt at AC
CORN-Trade in cora wa
December oeaol a ushebged
sold at 62 1-2, anad then -
63 3-4 and 7-8c. aresrpt wao
cars. t
OATS-Oats were arm a l a
mmmd by elevator e In aL
IxJ 5were smnaelL De -mie

to 49 Ce. .. 1'
PROVmuaNu rre'inms
er became f Ul bel ralIge 4
hgse at an wmsrm gern
Prices at the start were
to 7 1-2e power.
. CASH WHEAT-No. 2 red,
and 1.06; No. 2S red 1*M am
No. 2 hard 1.65 an 1.06; Ne.
1.00 an 1.06: No. 1 amrthtu
1.10; No. 1 nortbtrn 1. al
No. 3 sprita 1.00 and LT?.
CORN-No. 3. a 1-3c; aI
white 63; No. yelow 4S ad bl
OATS-No. 3 white 49 ua
Close: Weat-sDecmer n t
May 1.08.
Corm: NomeO ,r and
Oats: Dees- er 40 ; 3
1-8 and 1-4.

g- PEiCO1L -2
or The "pr e <-rt t i
et for Tbhe o l by Maarks a
Id B. eatton me-, Cnta. t. n--eT Ii
3. Good middling .................
Sorst mMdltU ...................
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w .- Stritt low mod.. a ...............
Sav (Ad, Nov. a.-TbIe ae
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Sp. ts Turpentine. 2% rents.
fu- Marktets. m. A-
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THE w- 4rosA jam M-AI. Njig ~y MNI NO,

The seamal's newest, at ptm
your reach, sheumd I p a Wl We
are sts *O f"r t o oMdr seeP reem
of our tck. Clothe. t l -
hivenem of a can met be
thin sid ef N-w- *Yk. I mud In the
sale wer Parn srto Iop Jot ye-
We have decided to gi _ve _p_
pa ttty fr IaWul yew ast are
purcha.o but these pIseam m For Me;-
day only.

$30 Suits, $175.
Made of W4sted, herd mH hed als
eAM-u1h, In tons, ne avl brewno. and
black, IIne with ta ta. Me" to 9se

Monday, $1.75.

$8.50 and $10 Coats, $5.
U-lash mask Sradeledi o ple-
and lease n.W"7 ht at Sam
day," $5.

$55 and $65 Costmnes, $32.50
AMl slelat ine af C s s made of
Memln and iatIns .the eof P aI-
sian ModIftee I56 ad "SMo

Made of best radLee stand W sd
lined with Taeta and ftsoen Satin
daintily trlimd. Uand ft-I o lent
csts mtly tfle~d-. Ma to l tmfor
SW am s mla n thw test,
Monday, $85.

Net and -LaceWaists
Wedanty& A o anab aomd aa'lt ato
cot* *to a -rt. ofa- to -
besMM and an La e Waes, 10 a
Monday, $7.50.

Neckwear, Blts and Combs
DIretele otr, BNelwee and Combs.
A wonderful opportunity for you.

$8 and $10 Children's Coats,
Kersys and eaddeth. very latest
styles and pattern.; all eolora

Fur Ostrich Bass.
SAll those latet style In all olors. Nw
Is the thme to buy whUe you have flst
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Th o inalsters of Peasacola and
; ~l reeapetive congrektions are.
lrp ing~ for a big union Thaaksglv-
lug service to be bhel la the First
Pr*esyterian church, the largest and.
mC paiousm church o buldng In the
*" mis. ad as in fIorer year" it s aa-
mir's i that the church will be flled
uan a conram come to give
w be for the blessings of the year.
.:W. C. W. Govl, ustor ofi the Pala-
S et ethodist church is to
the sermon, and every minister
S the city will participate in the serv-
.a ouslcal program, in which many
-tiSte rominent musicians of the city
wMl be heard. Is -being prepared for
j t occasion. The congregation of the
S ettyterian church and the pastor.
wi. Julian 8. Stbley, has charge of
t operation of the program, and
171l be announced within lew

Mrs. Josephine WiUlams. after an
Uness of several wqeks, died last
M sight at 10 o'clock at the home of her
mOther. No. 318 South Reus street.
C The funeral services are to be con-
jCetedJ at the family home this after-
uof at 4 o'clock, and the i terment
1l be iI St. Michael's cemetery.


Pensacola's first automobile r
to be witnessed .Thanksgiving.
start will be from lomaton
o'edlck i the forenoo, and the
wll ,. oa the Brent road near
lake, as the -uteov efts -w nmot
into the city iMlts at high speed
The race w attracted much
tion, ad the owners of cars a
thuiastice over the approaching
wlevh -romdes to furnish
smameaet or a larse number
may h aving aign ed their Int
of goin1 out ard getting good
ttans aing the road to see thi
as they paw *by. There are abc
cars already entered in the big
ad it- is expected that two or
others will be entered.
The cars now in the race ai
finest and fastest owned in Pen
and their owners expect to make
speed records o the forty-mil
Brerythi possible is -being dc
prevent accidents. The cars w
started about fifteen minutes
their time being taken when
leave and also when they tinisi
roads -and bridges are in good
tion and the autohits will becoi
miliar with the few bad spot
their run up to Flomaton to comic
the race.
The car making the fastest ti
the run will be awarded a han
silver cup, valued at not less


For a Bad Stomdch
e When the stomach A" other digestive organs aro
t bad shape. err f e ve-t or evor-eatlV11. yo,11 I
a feww dee" o f Howteil Uhsmaegg Siter, wfii tel pW
co fully In restoring tMam to a normal condittonsi. ifY
Desset e uLb atter "ae invite a more serious Illn
Be wl e l a a"d get a boW. ew
H ostetter's
Stomach Bitters
~YOWr T. TeaL be wot rw % r giving It a
bin whe tAMeR fbe w es peer g rQ, bowels c
--rt the dne .u h-' +et kave teutt
thet twISO" flumiit4 ~in Oass" or
DyIIJ CumpeC mseigmotism, Wimes IHeart
bus., *Im~, S. W Pcm. ils, Hemiach
C011% Grippe -a aarl
DWt bei afabout trying tt t We guareate it pre.






Which will it be? The P. H. S. or
ace is the P. C. S.? That is the question. The Concordla Clubs hunting teams
The For some weeks it had been rumored are preparing for the second annual
at 11 that the High School and Classicallart of that c which promises to n
finish School might meet on the gridiron on hImt of that c!ub. which promise to
Sunset Thanksgiving, but not until the past be as enjoyable an event as the hunt
come few days has the matter assumed deli of last year. Each team is composed
ttn nite form and all details completed. of thirty-four members, and Wednes-
atten- It will be a battle royal. for it will day night they will begin leaving the
re en- be a fight, hot between two teams city for various points where game is
event, only, but between two institutions. to be found.
much Therefore each team will be support- The club hunt will be followed by a
to. as ed by that' loyal spirit which every big game supper, which will be at the
entIon student, whose blood has the slightest expense of the losing team. The fol-
I pos- charge of school patriotism, has fdr lowing compose the two teams:
e ct his own dear school. Each school is Captain Quina's Team.
e ent preparing to go to Palmetto Beach, not R. B. Hargis. first lieutenant. ii. J.
event. in one's or two's, but in crowds, to Quina. A. G. Riera, .. C.. Van Peit,
threecheer their respective teams to vic- W. Conner, J. E. Concannon Otto
re the tory. No one can wish for a bit of E. White, Ernest MeVoy, M. A. Touart.
re lte life sweeter, dearer, or more intense Jr.. G. A. Peterson Dr. C. NCN. D'Alem-
sacola, than to wave a banner of his beloved berte. John G. Welsh. H' E. Graham.
some school over his head and cheer his A- M. Francois, Walter H. White.
e run. fellow schoolmates to victory arnd to U. WV. Eitzen, .lohn Zirklebach. Chas.
one to a crown of laurels: here is an oppor- Hartman. HenrN Jeudevlne. A. H.
vi etunity for a slice of pure, sweet, un- Baker, C. V. Rice. Percy S. Hayes,
apart, adulterated life. Dudley R. Saunders. R. Ed May. W .
they Each team has been practicing hard Zelius. Frank i.. Mayes. J. H. Ray, M.
S. The and persistently for several days, so Gonzalez. Eugene Kirchoffer. P. K.
condi- any football enthusiast will get his Tornoe. Peter Olsen. M. Maithiasen,
me fa- money's worth. The line-up is as fol- Richard J. Owens x. Goldring H.
ts on lows: Gjortz. R. C. Caldwell Dr. F.R. lMainra.
mence P. H. S.--Coleman, L. E.: McLean. Captain Marzoni's Tea.
me o .n L T.: Thames, L. G.; Stillman or Ed Peake. first lieutenant. Earl Wil-
dso Marston : an Pelt. R. G. Laney leams. C. Ray Mitchell. W. R. icker.
n or Roberts. I. T.- Myers. R. E.; Bar- Jacob Fisher. H. M. Bonifay .Jr.. RH.
row. R. H. B.; Reager. L. H. B.; J. Snyder, 0. H. lr. Cha0. ,. I..\'.
White. F. It.: Fell, Q. B. ter. T T. Phillips. W. I, Hall. H R. A.
P. C. ".--Harbey, 1. E.: Quina, L. Fisher, F. E. Bayless. .Iohn ('arv \\hil-
; Moreno, i. G.: Richardson. C.; ung, Leo Marzoni. Kirk Monroe. H B.
Miller. R. G.: Robinson. i. T.: Brent. Owens, H. Geo. Jacobsen. W. B. Craw-
R. E.; Semple. R H. It.: Vinson. L. ford, A. Zelius. V. J. Vidal. A. bManra,
H. B.: Harper, F. B-: French, Q. B. Geo. Gordan. P. .. 1Williams. Pat Ea-
gan. WV. C. lewis,. R. J. Larv. J. S. I
Pfeiffer, A. S. Cox. T. C. A\-erv. .Ir..
VICE PRESIDENT FAIRBANKS F.b Gardner. K..Iohnlon R. '.
WILL RESUME LAW PRACTICE Welsh. D. I. Holland. 'ha.;. S tergin.
SndBy AMoclted Pres. H. H. D'Alembcrtr. e1. E. Hogan. Gco.
Washington. Nov. 21.-Vice Presl- C. Cravey.
ers. dent Fairbanks. who returnedd to Value of Game Killed
Wasbington last night called on the Deer. 300 points: wild turkey. '20o:
president today to pay his respects, wild goose. 150: mallard duck. 75; all
He stated that on the expiration of other edible duck. 25; woodcock. 75;
Suir term he would resume the t prac- qual, 25: sparrow hawk. ]i: dove,
tice of law in Indianapolis. 20; jack slipe. 20: hawk. 20: squirrel.
S15: rabbit. 15; lark, i0; rbin .
PROMINENT LUMBERMAN 'black bird lark 1.
N_- John Millen. of Duluth. Minn.. ar-
Mo rived here yesterday In 'ias private San Juan. P. R.. Nov. 21.--l.uis \o-
car. He is a stockrolder In the Alger- niz Rivera. the leader of the Unionist
Sullivan Lumber company of Century.. part which swept the island in i je
and is in Pensacola on busine-s con- last election and a strong advocate of i
nected with that syndicate. self-government or independedn-.- for
Porto Rico. has left here for New
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and other space will be arranged to suit

tenants. .


and upward -according to location, size of room and
Lempetature to be maintained.

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can be unloaded direct fromt the
Have our own switch and plenty

cars 'to
of plat-

form and loading room.

Plant located only one block from freight depot.
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We are especially thankful for the liberal patronage that the good
people of Pensacola and vicinity have accorded us, and as a fitting tribute
we have prepared a Royal Thanksgiving Bargain feast for the coming
Thanksgiving week. We invite you one and all to come and partake
of these special Thank offerings.

Ready to





Unusual Sale.'of Ladies'



Skirts and

Jackets, Monday and Tuesday.
15 Suits-Some $15, $20 and $25 values in this lot,
Your choice Monday and Tuesday for ......... $10.00
50 Shirtwaists-Silk, Linen, Madras and Batiste, white
F land colors, at one-half original price. Some slightly soiled.
, 36 Ladies' Skirts-Panama and Serge, black, navy,
brown and gray; all $5.00 values. Special ...... .$3.98
25 Ladies' Short Jackets-Covert Cloth, Serge and
P rsa.nia, black and tan; $5.00 and $6.00 values.
(None sent on approval; sale cash) .............$3.98

Dress Goods

BROADCLOTHS-Queen of Dress fabrics, soft and
-utiful hnster,, $1 $1.25 and $1.50 value .. ... ,89ci<.

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SS 100 Royal Worcester and W .B. Corsets-Draped sty-
,als at half-price. Watch for our Remnant Sale next week.
SMisses' and Children's Caps
S"In this department our spirit of generous thank offer-
rings has reached the grand climax-
500 dozen of the finest. Misses' and Children's Caps that
money and skill can produce at the grand discount of 50
per tent.

Some Remarkable Values We Are
Men's, Women's and Children's

Offering in

200 pair of Men's All Solid Leather Shoes, $1.50 quality, for............... .. .
150 pairs of Men's $2.50 and $3 Shoes, special extraordinary ......... .. .. .. .. ...
50 pairs of Men's $3.50 and $4 Shoes, all leather, nobby styles... .. .. .. -... .
One lot of Ladies' Shoes, button and lace, all
solid ....... . .. .. .. . $1.8


Special Extraordinary-200 pairs of $.50, $3
and $3.50 Shoes, beautiful styles, in patent
and dull leathers. Special Thanks offering
for the ladies .... .. .. .. .. ... .,$1.69
On our entire line of Boys' Shoes we will offer a
sweeping discount of 15 per cent.
As we are especially thankful for the Children's
patronage, we will offer on a our little flks
Shoes a special discount of 90 per cnt.
10 per cent off on House Shoes ad Suppers. 10
per cent discount for mother, father and the
children. They are cozy and hboe-lmim; very
durable, yet very comfortable.


Ladies' Underwear

100 dozen "No-Button" Vests;.Pants to match; splendid

garments, practical and comfortable,

per gar-

I.. .e0 ..O ... *..* .. ...25c

RA~it:FciB sz o&

The better grade, full bleached, per garment .... .. 50c
Just on Sale--75 dozen "Our. Marvel" Hose for the
School Children; positively the best made for the
price--equal to most 25c Hose or money refunded.
Special .... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..15c

Gents. Furnishings
10 dosen of the season's newest and prettiest 4-in-hands, 25c values, for.. ........ ..... 21c
100 dozen Men's Linen Collars at .. .. *.. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .... 6c each
50 dozen Men's Elegant Half Hose, 25c quality for .. ....... .. .. .. .....18c
100 dozen Fwcellent Half Hose, in fancy and plain, splendid values, at 15c, special for 11c
per pair or...... .. ..... .. .. .. .. ...... .... .. .. .$1.20 dozen
Our entire stock of best line of Men's and Boys' Underwear we will offer the liberal discount of
15 per cent.

For Men

and Boys.

Our Thank Offerings are especially generous in this
100 Crack-a-Jack Boys' Suits, $2 values, for...$1.65
50 Boys' All-Wool Worsted and 'Cssimere Suits,
for .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... ..$2.50
Our magnificent Boys' Knee Trousers, consisting
of over 1500 pairs, ranging in price from 25c to
$2 per pair, for this week at 32 1-3 per cent dis-
25 Men's Fine Sample Suits, $18 to $25 values, this
week ... ................ ...$15.00
100 Men's Elegant All-Worsted and Cassimere
Suits, splendid values at $13.50 and $15,
Special. .. .... ..................... $11.55
500 pairs of the most elegant Men's Trousers made
in America, ranging in price from $2 to $10; hand-
some pattcins. The special Thank offering dis-
count of 20 per cent will be given to all who pur-
chase a pair during this week.

Hats for Men and for Boys.
A Thank Offering Extraordinary-One lot of fine
Derbys, $2 to $3 qualities, for $1.58. On all other
Hats, except Stetson's, we will give exceptional dis-
count of 2 per cent.

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The Pelsacolms and a Fort Barran-
ea team will ros bats at the fort
tis afternoon on the arrival of the
So'rlock ear for the purpose, dft
flug the game of two. weeks
Zat teams will use their bept playrjs
Sis occasion and a large crowd is
.ail to. be -present. Ladies are/
oamiwrry Invited to attend. .
: This probably will be the last -ame
at the season. Penaae4oa's IH
w* be selected roee the folopftag
gIWrs: Laird, Gordon. 5math;
,wlMlt Roach. D. Toart, C. Roach.
.r*. P. Jpnes, Cobb. Angeto. Ths
emacer. team will be photographed.
.as the t, this afternoon.
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SW.-WEVN"S V Regardless of co
THE CITY, AND WHAT IS NEC- Regardless of co

"The past ha- gone, let the dead
past ury Its dead. 'No doubt our fore-DE SUITS. PANTS-HIC
fathers did the best they knew bow. HIGH GRADE SUITS. PANTS--HIG
aad besides we have the present In s5.o0 Suits, nw ............,.........5.4 .Made by the
which to remedy tie evils and cor .a.e by th
rect the msttkes" said G. W. Owen 2.50 "it, now ................... $14.9
to a Journal representative yesterday. $18.50 Suits, now ...................$12.6b in the country.
"God haa doee a great deal for Pen- 16.50 Suits, now .................. $10.48 $7.50 value, now ......
sacola In providng t with its magnif- 15.00 Suits. now ...................$ 9.9 $6.00 value, now .....
cent harbor, delightful climate and
healthy and productive surrounding $12.50 Suits, now ....................$ 8.48 $5.50 value, now ......
country. It also has public spirited $12.50 suits. now ................... 7.46 $5.00 value, now ......
men amongst the wealthiest citizens. ODDS AND ENDS SUITS. $3.00 value, now .....
Witi these advantages as a founda- $15.00 to $22.00 Suits, now ..........$ 7.48 $2.50 value, now......
tipn wbat is seeded for the future is W
cdopearatios. 'not only in a monetary $10.00 and $14.00 Suits, now .........$ 4.00 Other values in pro
way, but itop knocking and complain- Boys' and Children's Suits at almost Odds and Ends Pant
ing. There never was a man or city nothing, to mention.
that did not have their troubles and Y_
no good is ever accomplished in
telling people about them. Convince
yourself t t the city's future growth X1 O U ] J 10 t 1
Is assured, boost it along, when a
stranger talks to you, swell witfi
pride. ad tel b m notso much tha Get yonr holiday and winter Supplies Now!
pride and tell him not so much what
pect It to be. Say to him that the
citizens are progressive and have the
city's interests at heart. Tell what
strides aave been made and how many I3
more it expects to make. Encourage
him to invest or come and locate;
every family ad every ,man that
o mves to PensaDlA 01'reases the
ty'A assets. Never "'(ind about a
railroad (that subject is threadbare),
there Js already one trunk Itne here nue from taxes, licenses, etc. The ienced in floating improvement bonds
and more to follow: talk.about sewer- it fathers will then find Instead of railroads woukl seek Pensacola, i
m e. l* terworks, street t aTkavg and stead of Pensacola seeking them. T
,Sst-clasa hotel a~ocmnaodations. As merely having enough revenue to pay site up the proposition, don't knoc.
soon as these things are accomplish- actnal'expenses. they will from year to but boost-g-t busy-help to find
ed (niot of wblc' weh'ava) you wiill year have a surplus that can be used way to start street and sidewalk pa
thi secure the right sort of tourists, to make this or that improvement lag: don't bother any more ab#at th
"They will become interested In the about the city. One thing brings on hotel: it will be built: hov could
city 'aild 'aWist "tbi'ir 'moey and another, and so you would see the be otherwise with such men as yo
Ating with them new ideas, vim and city grow. .have as directors? .
push: the. pepluilo will- Iacr6ase. Mpst anyfhing would then seem "The city should fill up all the o
thereby lncre il- 'tbe city's reve- possible, no trouble would be exper- usightly open ditches and every on


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HE man who knows
hle's welcome here.'
on. and look for fla
we've once convince<
genuine quality in every tes
We have hundreds of these
the value of )iuppenheimer
of what it means, not now-
TI'ie illustration albovc show
Iinder storm clouds or fair w
nr(dI protection. You'd ievy
And l quality distinguishes thi

Cor. Palafox
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Cericbt 198. The Hwis- of X-irpenbeiaer. Chiago.

the Hard-to-Please

; what he wants and who will take nothing short

He's welcome to search, and pick over. and test.

ws with all his eyes. We'll help him look.

of it-
and try

Because when

ed a painstaking, particular buyer that our clothes prove
st and comparison,i we've\ made a customer worth having.
worth-having customers who have found out for themselves
Clothes-whose faith is in the K.Ippenheiiner label because
-and-then, lbut always.
s the Kuppenheiner Watershed, a irainproof coat.
reatelr. the Waterlshed is unusually good form,l :zood style.
cr' know it was~ a lainl coal till it r~ins.
e Watershed, as it does every other Kulpenhcimerl gurmellcnt.

0. ANSO N,
Pensacolza, Florida.

Cor. Palafox
and Government"
Phcne '70.

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t, grade or quality, the entire line

; High-Grade Stock of Clothing


$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.

best Tailors

............. 63.8
........... .$ 3.12
at prices too low


0 M E N OW come see for yourself. It cost nothing to look.


i; that owns a house that needs it
n- should paint it. Nothing helps the
'o looks of a city more than the liberal
k. use of paint and white wash-and
a front gardens and lawns. Don't
v- build so many little shacks for In- R
be vestment. Put the money in less but, -
it better houses, even if it should not I
iu bring quite so much interest. Good
Houses, bring good tenants. and
Id good tenants are desirable citizens. h eatre
ie encourage stranger.;. Give them the
glad hand. You want new people. '
new ideas, an*i new mon,.v. This is
.wbat. it takes in co-opier::tion with
jthe home people, to build a city. It
has been done in other cities and it
Swill be the same here. if ite proper -..
encouragement is met with." -
We desire to apologize for Overture by Orpheum Orchestra
our inability to deliver goods i
on time during the week. It t!
was simply impossible. Our Miss Edith Lancaster, the Human Butterfly.
delivery service will be i _
doubled this week, and all i '
goods will be delivered 1i The Girl In the Purple
promptly. G. W. Groves & The ysterios Girl,
Co., Managers B. Gerson's Mas The Mysteous Girl,
sensational sales. assisted by Scott- Leslie, who -
is she

i The DeCorsia's--Helen and Edward, in their
TA western Novelty Comedy, "Mr.Red Ike, From Ne-
GAME OF FOOTBALL WILL BE Prof. Jones in that beautiful Illustrated Ballad,
F PLAYED BETWEEN XTHE TWO S "As Long as the World Rolls On."
IN. This is the greatest show ever brought to this
city. The Girl in the Purple Mask, is the highest
SThe' Ahet'le footlbail team is antici- -I piicied act ever brought South.
Thanksgiving day or the following "
'Sunday with the "Standards." also ot Each and every person visiting the Orpheum this
The Standards onticlas the At hlie ia; week will be given a slip of paper on which to write
in w eigh.t i)y aljou; 20 pounds to the
an. but neverliiel.s l Aothleics, their name. This will entitle them to a chance in
in their excellent irinm. will go into
the contest to nn aid ('apt. Harrow the drawing of Friday night, for the live baby that
has (-veryl hope it ha: 1h4, vit or wil! b b
j. ut .the .A,le ti:c s. ,hile, he is to be given away. This baby will be presented from i
other h;antdl. C:Ii ( .bh rdl. of tlhe
Standards. is con that his heavy the stage to the person whose name is drawn from g
Imen l ill make heavy %ains. t
SThe follnwin.- i s ihe line-upi of the --, the box.
ISiandards--.lcVov F. I. Salter. .:
\V. Braztll. . .: (;iardin F. B.; |,
II fanifay. R. E.: o'Brien. R. T.: Gti,- N in price.1
hard: H. ;.: Ni: l. C. No raise in price.
1Th': Du;r.t. ..:v. Matinee everyday. Doors open 3:30. Curtain
Ifr a garue. Th. niana _:- i. P. ei- "' ris
hlari;. -2>1 'East Zar!agoo-s street. nd ( rises 4 p. m.
I ciardia. .ptan.. Souh Sr,irin 'Three M Nighit Shows, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30.
A Sure-cnou h Knocker.
.1 (C. f Reidsville. N. C., ^ ** ** **
i. sayVs: *R:rrklen."s Arnica Salve is -1 i .------
surlre-eno;:1i knock'-r fcr ulcers. A iAad ilywho
on, tru oi 1 unnor. itl 'case against Capt. al, was O K-
that wonderful salve knockeJ i" out in centli:y held 'foi trfal fn" ffoton on a
a few rounds. Nct even a scar re- charge of bringing Chinese to the o
Smalned." Guaranteed for pils, sores. United States.
burns. cic. 23e. a? all druntists.
burns. e. 25c a, atl druggists. Where is the Man? I Thomas Dixon, Jr.'s great selling boks
m e iT in reprint edition.
Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, THE LEOPARD'S SPOTS.
Chickens, Florida Oranges, UT THE E CLANSMAN.
Grapefruit and Tangerines. S. Mail Launch t E O ens each.
at 65 onts each.
Ed. M. Pooley, Wholesale RUTH
Commission Dealer. 210 East CHELDI.. Phone W* 1.
Intendencia. Phone 1121. Pensacola, Mary s r and Boggy Mall HARRY T. HOWLAND,
Line. Manager.
MORE ME BERS OF THE James JeauId. C Manager.
ALTO CREW IN CUSTDY waves landing Monday. Wednesday and DeLuna Book Store, 0D*ena St.
ALTON'S CREW IN CUSTODY Friday at 7:30 a. m maia regular ato-e
at Harris. Mary Bether. amp Waltoo
Richard P. Burke and James Kane. Destiw and Bogy. A lt f o
members of the crew of the schooner ReturnhIg. eaves Boirv Tuesi. A lOt of od
Thursday and Saturday at o a m., aT- tied up in neat ldl f
tFreddie \\W. Alton. arrivtdb here on a rising Pensacola U t bundl f
fishing smack les;.lrdav. and were Passenger and freigt service.
,laced rin tne county jail. and will be rase appl tal, ica u T.
1seat to BaSton as witnesses in the south Palatox. PhoMea ng8 Olic.

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


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that they will bring. This explains the situation, not many words and

easily understood. Suits and overcoats tailored

to taste..

2. 25 #34 0, -3900

than $25, $28, $30, $32.50, $35,

you ever necdak itr *tvertoamt more thanf'you do
wearing.,' 6 ear the holidays too, when appearances
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and Overcoats.

That were never-made for
less than $5, $28, and $30.

Suits and Overcoats.
That were never made for
less than $40, $6.50 and $45.

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$38, $4, O$42w0, $45, $50. and $55.


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to say nothing of the colder
will prevail during this sale:

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us and' at these prices, a % CASH DEPOSIT WILL BE REQUIRED ON EVERY
ORDER and no garment can be delivered except for the cash.

Nothing in our entire stock will be reserved or held back from this sale, the black and
blue finished and unfinished worsteds, along with the nobby styles and the conservative fabrics
for business and dress, wear. A NOTABLE OCCASION to get evening clothes now that you
need, think of what, you can save and too of the high class and exceptional quality of
work that goes into our every' garment.

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Sa group of fine but not pretentious
buildings, harmonious in architecture,
with the soclled Colonial style pre-
dominant, reposefully aligned in a
SMcked area, it forms a picture sur-
gestig sedate age, but not such age
as is ltaw-4tet with stardigesp. St.
John's Is a venerable insttuton, but
It has more thaba ae to give it re-
wvr Today it is a college that
ranks blab isaCaDtiO"al -el-es aad
|0e trt anads to Wn a mes -
t training that the warm corn-
p medaon of tihe b Lr Dprtment
Moreover within t3he at few years
it has take its place as a qat of the
trtveMtty of Maryhat.
Subscribe for The Weekly



I To-Day is the Bi-Centenwial
of the Town's Cozporate
Existence The Charter
Was Giaanted by Queen
Anne on November 22,

Special to The Jeurnal.
Annapolis, Md., Nov. 21.-Annapolis
today assumed her holiday attire in
preparation for the celebration tomor-
row of the bi-centeaaial of the town's
corporate existence. The charter for
Annapolis was granted by Queen Anne
on November 22, 1708. just 200 years
ago tomorrow, and the anniversary
will be observed in a fitting manner.
A preliminary program was.casted
out today at the historic State House,
aad a football game between the An-
napolis Naval Academy mad the Vir-
ginia Polytechnic institute will serve
to amuse the visitors who are already
invading the- town from all over Mary-
land and. -surrounding states. The
most spectacular features of the bl-
I centenary program will be carried out
on Monday and Tuesday.
Tomorrow, which is the exact anal-
Sversary of the founding of Anapltpnte,
iwHi have as a feature a municipal
thanksgiving service at St. Anne's, the
Historic church of Annapolis and spe-
cial services in a1l urches. There
Swill be a parade, an psential append-
age to any ceebratlor and the formapl
dedication of a conspicuous pblic
square as the site of an emblematic
memorial to a great American prinei-
pie that had its inception Among
Maryland colonists-religious tolera-
Maryland's happy example inspired
defenders of freedom of conscience
everywhere until it become a cardinal
Belief of the patriots who achieved
-the national independence of the Unit.
ed States. The inception and fruition
of this idea-religious toleration-Aan
napolitaas believe, is worthy of cor-
memoratiom by the erection of a hand-
some monument as part of the celebra-
The monument contemplated is one
that will show f rdb representative
of a Catholic, a Church of r~gla n
man and a Puritan in. fraternal group-
ing with Cecilius Calvert, whom Lord
Baltimore recognized as the founded
of aryland and upholder of sreligdl
hit e 1tI. at Ost te original tmaeref
was !ar;a ia mtarm
tio Hfl the monum"et tb*r'. wilt bt
a fountain, and for this %aitin t
municipality will upply water
an artesian weU.
wers Wabington Resigdne.
The old Maryland State House, the
scene of today's exercises, is famous
in many respects, but its chief attrac-
tion to visitors is the old senate hanm-
ber, where General George Washing-
to resigned his commission as corm-
mander in chief of the Continental
Army. This has been restored recent
ly, so that it appears just as it did In
| 1783, -when twenty members of the
SContinental Congrqss assembled and
SGeneral Mifflin, the president, accept-
Sed the resignation of the man who
was afterward to become .the first
president of the United States. The
old senate chamber is now rserveid as
a historical museum. "Ine legislature
now meets in palatial new chambers
in the addition to the state house-
an addition which harmonizes with
the older part of the building, which
impressed one of Roohambeais offl-
ers as "the finest structure I have
seen an the country." The front of
the old building, the cornerstone for
which was laid in 1772, and two sides
are unaltered. The present 'state
house was built with an appropriation
Made as far back as 1769, replacing
a structure that did not measure up
to the artistic ideas of the, Maryland
gentlemen who had made Annapolis
what it was in the eighteenth century.
St. Anne's church, where tomorrow's
thanksgiving services wil be held, is
I one of the landmarks of the town.
The first church was built In 1799, but
the present beautiful edifice was com-
pleted in 1859.
The state house and the church as
links with the more remote history
Sof the town will be accorded their
due IqWal prominenced in thecelebra-
Stion. The school. St. John's Colege,
Which is a third link between the
Stwentieth century a the days of
Queen Anne, will have a more modest
share. Its fine body of cadets will
participate in the parade, and its es-
teemed president. Dr. Thomas Fell,
is a member of the bicentennial asso-
Sdation, but it will require no special
Exercise to centre interest In an edu-
cational institution which was aa out-
growth of the first public school es-
tablished on the North American co-
As King William's School. St. John's
College, was founded in 1696, but not
opened until 1704. Consisting now of



Plum Pudding, Canber-
ries, Buno Fruit Cake
25c per lb, National Bis.
cuit Co.'s Fruit Cakl
5c per lb., Grape Jam
40c quart, Koser & Park
SSausagek Paprica Specto
Smoked and Cured Beef.
Everything in Grocery
line, at living prkes.

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days that

Suits and Overcoats
That were never made for
less than $32.50, $35 and $38.

Suits and Overcoats
That were never made for
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There Would Have Been aI
Enormous Drain on Tinm-
ber But For It.
The relation between the iacrzas.I
lar me ot cement and the diminishing",
timber supply in the United Statems
hu been the subject of some Interest-
ina c.,espoadence ,between the Geo.
loiegl Survey and the Forest Srvice
at Washintoa. In a letter to the
Forester, the director of the survey
tok occasion to quote from a state-
ment of a large Philadelphia firm t,'
the effect that it would be difficult to
estimate what tie additional drain oa.
the lumber supply would have beae
during the last few years bad not ce-
ment come into such general use. The
forester relied in part as follows.
"'Ie foat service is watching
with a great deal of interest the In-"
creasing use of cement and other sub-
stitutes for wood. They are undoubt-
edly having some Influence on the
price of lumber, though I do not think
that up to the present time they rave
greatly retarded the advance in lus-
her prices. The fact is that our In-
dustrial progress has been so great
that our requirements for every kinsr
of structural material have increased
tremendously. We are using at the
present time more lumber per capital
than ever before and probably twice
as much per capital as we did 5tfty
years ago. The conclusion cannot
be escaped, theerfore, that in the fu-
ture we must depend more than In
tMe past on other materails than wood
for certain purposes at least As to
the increase that will take place tni
the production of cement, my imprel-
ion is that this will be very. ceat."
If the increase in the use of ce-
ment la the Unltej States in paf t
years Is to be regarded as any index
to its future use. the con-clslios of
the forester are well founded. Th
statistics of Mte production pf mine -
SI Show that oar output of cement
lam more tha doubled in the lar:
five yrs, al. it i. weg kown th.t
ts e se is b4itn e wry de'y estenddAr
M" is e4M s4 'two eondltious:n: Inr*
fgnt. lace excellentt cement matelrtl
are common In almost all sectionss of
the country; in the second place, rr-
inforced concrete for heavy builditn:
'maDerial is. receiving increased favor
among engineers, while In the count:v'
regions, large amounts of cement aro.
being used for building blocks for
smaller structures. Reports received
by the survey during the six years
from 1902 to 1907 show that the pr,-
duction of cement in the United Statetq
has increased from 25,000.000 barrels,
valued at approximately $2G,000A.00 to
51.000.000 barrelA, valued at $6,000.-
000, the annual statistics showisn a
steady increase in production with
some slight fluctnations in price.
That pain in your back caused by
lumbago, stiff muscles or a strain Is
an easy thing to get rid of. Baldrd's
Snow Ulniment cures rheuaatUso:.
lumbago, sore and stiff muscle;.
strains, sprains, cuts, burns. bruises.
scalds ad all aches sad pains. Yoa
need a bottle It your bhoe.
Sold and reooauuenadd 'by W. A.
ly1Mw'berte. dratugit d apV saery,
I1 SotWa Platox oreet. Pesacola



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pbe sm

kw'irS, MINCE I
athwc NicetVhings fi
Th~rankgivring Dinner.
M.!s.poi .

nd all
br the"


L. A. Dubulson,

A ce. Fresh Groceries for
theThanksgiving dinner,also
wood to cook it with. Call
Pbomm. 171 andk give us an

b' s, hII Fe si R Strffs,
l .TiWmP f ti^ ..

s..- i r. ,
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About the Money
to pay for your Thiaukiving
Dinner. Call on

id ns Lean Company
271a SoUth Palalex Street.
and they
We1l Ike It Easy fr Tm

w 1ICIrS ,

r .stauant: and
tht will es ieal o Itsn Dy
that will be is a eteem of t own. m



Soup to Desert Cream of Aparagus,
the Salad, the Pempano, Reaet Turkey,
Entresese, Vegenoe ando the Pumn Pld
ding-all In all You will mle S are
treat If yeo mll-

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If It's in a Market, We Have It, and
Have It Always

New City Market

N. A. Reager, Prop.

Don't Forget the Holiday Prices

Phone 457.

"Always on Time." Comer of th
Always on T Avenue and th St.







Fresh, Choice Vegetables. and Country Produce.
Nice, Fat Turkeys for the Thanksgiving Dinner.

220 and 222
Writt Stree




C. J. Pfeiffer

Cor. Hayne and Jackea Sts.
Phone 1429.

Let me supply
Bread, Cakes, Pies,
Tarts, Buns, Nuts,
Fruits and Candies
for your Thanks-



Warfield Grocery Co.
Corner Alcaniz and Intefnentia Streets.
Ph... 690.
TFkeys, Chickenf and Nice, Fresh

Ic Meat, Pumpkins, and all Deli-
cacies for the ThAnksgiving Feast.
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Notify the


that I am in business for myself at Peter
SMurphy's former store, 403 W. Belmont
street. Am ready to fill orders and deliv-
er promptly anywhere within city lim-
its. Have a full line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries. Special orders for Thanks-
giving given special attention.







Etc., for the


Goods delivered free to all parts of the
Allen's Blend Coffee, m0c per pound.,
Rolls of all kinds, and Doughnuts.


West Florida Steam Bakery.

A. Zelios & Son
504 South Palafox Street.
Phone 157.

Butchers and Green
Full line of Fresh
Meats, Eggs, Poul-
try, Country. Pro-
duce, Etc.






All the Delicacies
of the Season
Properly Prepared and Served on
Short Notice.
Oysters, Fsh and Game a Specialty.
Try Our Oyster Loaves-Second to None.
ROTH & JACOBSON, Proprietors.



I desire to thank the public for their
most liberal patronage in the past, and
wish to announce that I will serve a
special Turkey Thanksgiving Dinner at
50c never equaled in our city before.
Yours for service,

Phone 855.

37 South Paiafox Street.

Your Credit is Always Good
For Cash or Weekly or Monthly Payments


Furniture Company
Furniture, Ranges and Stoves.
Dealers in


Phone 971.

20-22 West Govrnmnt St.



Corner Gregory and Tarragena Sts.

You can count on a definite
SAVING in ordering Nuts,
Raisins, r=nneA Goods, Etc.,
for the Thanksgiving feast-.
just as well as throw out
our entire stock of Groceries.
Wte For That Smi-lthI Prie ist
A New m '. ** *e

I Wish
to Arnounce
that I am now ready for busi-
ness at the corner of W. Bel-
mont and D. streets, with a
full line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries. Will be glad to
have you come in and inspect
my store. Thanksgiving or-
ders promptly attended to.


V. Clopton

I am now located at 28 East Wright
Street, where I will be glad to have yew
call and in pect my full line of Staple and
Pancy Groeeries and Feed Stuffs. Extra
fine. Cranhlrries, Mince Meat, Sweet and
Sour Pickles, Potatoes. Etc., for Thanks.
giving. 014. friends welcome and new
on- m vited.

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ener Jack um and "F" StreetL
Phone M

Mince Meat, Plum Pudding,
Pumpkins, Jellies, Jams, Ap-
ricots, Chickens, Turkey,
and all

Nice Things for the Thanks.
giving Dinner.



need not worry you about a
big Thanksg aig Dinner.
See the

PensacolaLoanCoBi May
L15/s South Palfex Street.

All Business


Real Estate and Loans

"i J. D. Waters, Prop.


and your cash has run low, it
is then time to lok for a
friend to help you out.

Call on The Mobile.
southwest Car. Jeferon and Zarra-nsi

ci~1 Hel NI kbael eCmYuaw
Cita AN r h

Oppesjte NewI



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New City FGrcery Store
13th at., Etwe 13th and 14th AvOIue.
Phone 192.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Ies eit. Ppk h Jis, Jms,
SPesems. Frits, Cudis, Rsu, Etc.

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O era oa .e "Human
S irwta,"' Weisedyd ; "The
j t DIvlde" riday ead Sat-
Obbeu m"The Oirl of the
4 P.rple Ma s e and Mr. Red Ike
"Nevada, all the week. .
.4 art ais' ow, Satarday at- n
I a1es sad eight .

S-At th Onlheuhn.
te i tu at the Orpheum this
Ib M he "the aGrl at the Purple
4 Ti mysterious little lady
AM.Oea qa seasafton every place

4k U eil hek tinuan
S ot~onebt aIys rge
eft to oee bha when
t- LaBt tIs sJaid she Is the
a vTery ise soprano voice
"n "al by her partner. Mr.
aeN. The aest oering will be
t" r.,t o Npeatd.i hit, "-As
tr1W1Pl Ona." This
S C e sMg tat had suth a big-ra m '
Sasw Trk and Jees says be in-
teoa to Strai every eorL to have
ei t nerema here whistling this pop-
ul betla. uNext will be seen Miss
aLan LUaster, "the human butter-
.-ia a be-autital Ulnslon act. Miss
paSter ahas been the feature at-
trgaga wherever she has appeared,
Cher set wIl no doubt make good
the Plenaecola pahlic.
A(; 4eatre of the week at the hose
wit be Helen and Edward DeCorsia,
"Mr. Red Ike, of Nevada," some-
,t d which will please the audience
a114 draw big crowd at every per-
e l oas offering will be a beautiri
9fctio worked with -effects by trofs.
IXy Bourduon. A careful selec-
la hea been made and the ftanaers
Z*usre the public one of the most in-
tersrdiag and up-to-date pictures.
OQa riday night the owners of the
Orpheumi will give away from the
'state a baby to the person whose
aame is drawn from the, box. Each
tion- visiting the Orpheum com-
fnenoing Monday will receive a piece
of ipber upon which to write their
ase and on Friday night the draw-
tag will take place.
The manager wish to request the
ladies and -children desirous of seeing
the-"Girl in the Purple Mask" to at-
tead the matinees as much as possible
in order to keep out of the large night
rtshes. Remember there will be a
matinee tomorrow. Doors open at
SL:3. curtain rises at 4 p. m.
At the Bijou.
Karo and Russ, in a "Coantry Doc-
itW"'a meritorious original singing
Sialtslking act, Interspersed with
a of real omedy and ludicrous
ttgatIns. This act took New Or-
lieag by storm and will surely prove
-.& bner here.
S Great Straubs. magicians, pre-
.aIRa the most mystifying. faci-
intag, laughable and pleasant act ex-
A n Entirely different from all-acts
tf. *s dind, and t.ley an offer
1t.4*e thousand dollars to any one
Gfta'caa duplicate their act. This act
ri :be a pleasant surprise to all.
-latest mpovelng pictures.

The Gret Divide.
The long awaited -great American
play, as "The Great Divide", has been
called by metriptitan critics, will be
presented by Henty Miller at the
opera house on Friday aLn Saturday,
Our playgoers will see this virile,
moving, picturesque drama with its
sweep of passion aid deptn of senti-
men.t exactly as it was given in New
York. "The Great Divide". as written
by William Vagha- Moody, tbe poet.
In this play Mr. Moody put blank
verse and rhyme behind ,him; writing
la unctlous,. vibroas prose, proving

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Ocene from "Human Hearts."
himself as much a master of direct,
human dlscotrse as of .fanciful utter-
'ane" in dactyla and spondees. Not-
withslanding that "The Great Divide'
is prose, a true poetic Imagination
aan feeling is perceptible in its con-
ception and trhatdtment The play
takes Its name from the section of
cur country in which the'first part of
the play is represented as takin"
place, the Roeky Mountains-nature's
great dividing line between the east
and the west. There is deeper signii-
cance than this in the titr, however.
The play depicts a struggle between
the spirit of the east and the rplrit of
the west. flght of tradition and un-
fettered action. The great division be-
'tween tae conventionality, prudishness
and false pride of the old restricted
communities and the blunt chivalry
and honesty cf the plains and moun-
tains form the keynote. Ruth Jordan,
descended from a long line of New
England ancestors whose lives and
thoughts are reflected in her, goes to
Arizona and there meets Stephen
Ghent. of no liueige buwt with innate,
nobi';ity and soundness of heart. Their'
meeting is strange, their wooing more
stranger and their lif" together
strange still. The purpose of the
drama is to reconcile these antitheti-
cal natures- through combined logic
and love-the latter, of course, being
the main deciding factor.' Thus the
play is pure drama; the struggle of
man and woman, and the triumph of
love over birth, environment, custom
and all other outward show of dis-

"Human Hearts."
To be transported from the strife.of
toWn to the atmosphere cf the hi'!
country, with its simple honest peo-
ple pursuing their lives of affection
and trust, is in itself a refsbhment.
To hear ihe singing of thebirds and
those other sounds with the farib. to
hear and see all things that flood the
memory with pleasant experiences and
excite the imagination to a realizi:g
sense of the poetry of common things.
is not only a-relief from the cares of
the day, but a renewal of the better
aide of our nature. In the realistic
melodrama, "Iuman Hearts", the
scenes which are chiefly -laid aqong
the hills of Arkansas, is found a
power to charm that is marvelous.
Everything has its purpose and fur-
thers the main intention of an- all-ab-
soring story Of love, hate, injustice
.nd retribtion. The play engages
Ihfml thies for the saeriags visit-
.e.ea i .itU o ilatb hesat ,pdele,
through the untortuate'6 mUarlan*p -
the hero with an adventuress whom

Man" and "The Mmsic Vl ter"--
opinkons bodied solely-by bi 4Mal
taste. Some patOosa eer. "A Qrand
Army Ma" to "Th C r;
others' do not like It as WeL MMr. Ste-
vens offers an explantkn of the lat-
ter attitale. He says: -There is
nothntg in the world so a pallipgly
gripping on your seasebilitles, as a
view of the stark, naked trath. It it
w:e such a portrait that David War-
ied enthralled and really terrified u-
at the closing portion of the second
act of 'A Grand Army Man."'
Mr. Stevens finds life, tragedy and
poetry in the things we call the corn
meoplaces of our existence. The
Greek idealists touched "common-
place" things for artiste contrast; ant
Ibsen found strength and beauty ir
everyday persons and dramatic vital-
ity in their everyday speech. Davic'
Belasco has reached out for the sam,
kind of society in "A Grand Arm'
Man" to show us the tra: of Hf,
and some of its poetry, right near ai

Advance Agent Philosophy.
Don't speculate on prospects. The
best of good things go wrong.
Yce can't sow onion seeds and ex
pect to -row violets.
The cheaper the "benzine buggy'
the-more lamps it carries.
The fellow that has to be "shown"
seldom falls for the go'd brick man.
The man who yells loudest on elec-
tion day is not usually the man whe
has a thousand-dollar bet down.
Because his name is Reinald does
not mean ready money. IA guy wLhr
answers to John is said to have a
corner on the "dough" market.
The first man you want to get next
to is yourself. It's the one one besi
Facts Not Generally Known.
That 'Charles Klein, author of "The
Lion and the Mouse" and "The Third
Degree," was born in London in 1867.
His first work in theatricals was at,
Charles Prohman's play reader.
That Robert Bdelon. who is tour-
ing la "The Call of the North'. was
born in New Orleans, aUd made his
first professional appearance in 18$7
at th- Park Theatre,. Brooklyn, in
"Dasiit tion." -His New 'York debut
was made at the 14th Street theatre
in the role of Rev: Mr. Moore in "The
Good Old Times."
That Gertrude Coshlan. who is ap-
-pearing in James Forbes's comedy,
-.'l'be -"Traveling Salesman." at the
Gaiety Theatre, New York. was born
in Hertfordshire, nglatd, February
ist, 1881, and was educated at Ken-
sington. She. starred at the age of
t.wentv in the role of Celia in her
-father's play, "The Royal Box."
That Edgar Selwyn. who is appear-
ing at Powers Theatre, Chicago, as
a star, n his own dramatization.
"Pierre of the Plains', was born in
Cincinnati. He made l first appease'
ance as an atmr ia N eF'York Febru-
ary 27. 1899. as Ogajrd "The King's
Musketeers." Mir. Seli t s the an-
lh ,f the jW Ug V&:lgv5 "The

She thought to reform, bet failed; the er" ad Son," and "Pirpe- a" iee
wdeptatien of the old life provla' o Platna" '
strong for he. The dark Xdeof this
owrut sttTy is well lanced by bu- ; eHer Jiulias .Falk. thg. Eiro eaawtar
mor, ArUiafi- introduced and M -ade a gollnUst, bAnsarrived n*Nei I *-
necessary element of the action. To His irst conert will f gven I n' at-
detail the plot would rob the reader nege Hal wthis a mdiatt.
of the pleasure of Its surprises, for This season ]b*DcWy Oloott will
like Shore Aeres, and the Old Home- rest during e4,resetiag his tour
stead, "Hauan Hearts", while on a April 12th in. ; Y'qrk
different thee, throbs with interest Manager aet: llis has se
true to nature and is an ever welcome cured a plot ot~Snd'oth Broadway,
visitor to the discriminating and New York. on wrch he is to build a
thoughtful spectator. That its pro- Theatre. which is to be the home of
duction will be welcomed -by an over- hs star, Al H. (Metz) Wlison. It will
flowing house is almost a foregone be called the Wilson, and is to cost
conclusion. $280.000.
da -Manager Henry Miller has another
Educating an Elephant. find. Her name is Clare Krali. She
Training an elephant to do clever is playing Ruth Jordan. Margaret
things before an audience is a big un- Angling's original part in "The Great
dertaking, especially when it concerns m ade, stinct hit.oa
such a pondercu beast as "M'ighty Miss Krall comes from a distingihsh-
Mary" with the John H. Sparks shows ed Pennsylvania family and is a de-
S"All elephants are not intelligent." PcerdPnt of William Penn. She is
said Paul Jackoby, known far and said to -be a beautiful young woman
wide as the most daring and succes.- and a clever actress.
ful trainer of wild animals in the Comedian Al H. (Metz) Wilson is
country. "Some of them are so dull making his annual tour of the large
that all efforts are wasted. and they i southern.cities. where he is appearing
are disposed of to' s~o;n city zoo. in his new play'. "When Old New York
where they are to be loc:'t-d at only a i Was Dutch" to overtlowin" audiences.
specimens of thei- species. Now, Mr. Wilson is a popular favorite in
Mary here has a big brain, and is that section of the country and always
the most apt pirpil that I ever handle, does*a fine business. This new play.
with perhaps one exception. I once which was written for him by his
broke in a big elel hint at the Hage manager, M-. Sidney R. Eliis. i; the
bec.% Gardens, Berlin, Germany, who best that he his eves had. He i
was a order of intelligence. but given an elaborate prodirtion: the
being possessed of a rather wiliu;! | ercrv and costumes being extrome-
disposition, he never became so prc-i-.. e:a;dsome and co:,tly. Mr. W11'-
flcient as Mary. She Is kind and : :'- s ongs are as !iual a feature ef'
tractable, and any one who watchesc th ', rforman(c.
her perform can readily see that she, Chtruncev Oicett in 'RE.t~r d Rc!)in".
is proud of her accomplishments. hi. -'-ew romantic Iri:h diranm., s :
She does things, too, that no other doing such a large biT-inc s: in til
elephant of her size ever did before., western cities thit manager Augui-.u
For Instance, when she gets on top of Pitou has postponed his New York t n-
the big cask and rolls herself across ent to April 12th. when this
the ring. she towers like a niountain comedian's admirers in that cty- will
in the air. This feat has hithertor e# ne ,f t;i ', st anJ nio--
been attempted by Ittle elephants.' eque Irish pays evr -i:.--. Mr.
The cask'. by the way, is a solid C-::r i- having the mo- :- l
block of wood, turned out "season that he has ever ., T, i
to look like a east. If it was holl~ w. everycit th receipts arn ,-. nchi
her great weight would crush it like the novelist who is alsoco-a -or with
an egg shell. Rosabel Morrison, a daughter of the
Many of the stories told of the great late I.wis' Morrison. is having a ie-
memory of an elephant are inventions markable success n her new spectacu -
of the very early day press agents. ia:- roducton cf "Faust". a play in
I do not believe that an elephant which her father starred for twenty- i
would remember me after in absence ive years and won fame and a for-
of three or four years, even after I tune. This season the play is staged
had been his trainer, so you can see with many novel and startling scenic
cw ridiculous it is that he could re- mechanical and electric effects. In
enimber a stranger who had give the Hroeken scene electricity and
im a chew of tobacco in years past. magic are introduced in a sensational'
Everyone who witnesses -ary's manner The cathedral scene with a
runts with the Spark** Shows will choir of singers and the opthesis at
"adily admit that it is the most won-
'erful elephant act they have ever -- -
Two performances will be given at
'onsacola Thursday at 2 and.8 p. in TO ENJOY
t the show grounds.
!avid Warfleld and "A Grand Army POSTUM
Otheman Stevens, the brilliant critic

. f the Pacific Coast. who conducts the
i dramatic department of the 12o Aa-
Igeles Examiner, finds much to prase
!in "A Grand Army Man." the 51 of
I rural America, which David ala sma included this season in the reper-
toire of his distinuished st r, DVari
I 'arfield. There exists a differeace at
t3pinIen among theatuegoes, to.-t.
Relative merits of "A Grd Arry

make uro t Is boled a t east '1
anst. Th t b-ritsA ~ft tvwur
ad fed value.

"IThre'sa Rmemn."w
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Opera House, Friday and Saturday Matinee, Nov. 27-28.

What the Press of the IHENRY MIT IR What the Press other
Country Says: PRESENTS Country Says.
-a ulu te*-m L-. B
"Slmply Superb."--N. Herald. iA "Ab grat I aUOm."-N. T. STan
"A sweeping succs."-N. Y. The great bus
au. "al dramatic r rees "*C. T.
I sour-aL

"An enthusiastic success."-N. Y.
i Eve.) World.
"A wonderful play."-N. Y.
(Eve.) Sun.
"Will live as long as 'Hamlet. "
- Phila. Press.
"An intn-nsely 'interesting drama.
.'or-th gc.lng miles to see.-Chicago
"*:r. Miller has a genuine success
.t his conmnand."-Boston Herald.
"Superior to anything ever done
in this c-ountry.---St. Louis Dis-
"Original. daring and typically
A,.:'-'ian play. It grips atdl hoiJs
(!:t audience. -Cinclnnati Enquirer

"The long awaited great American
play."-N. Y. Proms.
By .

Wm. Vaughn Moody

As produced at the Prin-
cess and Daly's Theatres and
Academy of Music, New
York, for more than 500



"Tenae. dramatic, muinmr"--N.
. American.
"The most sixpal dramatto
achievement of the decade."-Pi-la.
"A powerful play. beautifully
acted. A new mark In American
drama."-Chlao Record-Herald.
*Tackles a big problem In a big
way. -Boston Globe.
"The big American play at last."
--St. Loui Republi%.
"Will always be referred to a the
great American play."-Cincinnati

Prices: Night, 25, 50, 75, $1.00, $1.50; Matinee, 50, 75, $1.00.

Seat Sale Wednesday, 9 a. m.

*;i.. t of the play. are extremely ef-
:.,tlve. Miss Morrison as Marguerite
is charming, artistic and convincing.
Edward N. Hoyt is an excellent Me-
phisto and Nick Stark a clever Valen-
Mrs. Booth Tarkington. the wife of
novelist who is also co-author with
Harry L. Wilson of "The Man From
Home" and "Cameo Kirby," read in a
paper the other day something of com-
ets. Mrs. Tarkington's life has been
Fpent afar from theatrical circles, and
it is only of late years that she has
come to be familiar with the "argot"
of the profession. Tarkington ex-
plained comets to her at great length.
finishing his peroration by informing
her that a comet was due here in
1910. Mrs. Tarkington considered that
statement for some moments, then re-
"Do you think it will open ou:
west, or come right into New York,
It is quite a cast that George Tyler
has selected for the new Liebler & Co.
play, "Blue Grass," which opens at the
Majestic Theatre, in New York. No-
vember 9. It includes George Marion,
Olive Wyndham. James Seeley. Richie
Ling. Susanne Wiliis, Topamy Meade.
the jockey; Robert McWade. Jr.. some-
thing like ninety others, and some six
"The Little Brother of the Rich."
the book that young Joseph 'Medill
Patterson. the amateur socialist of
Chicago. has turned out and that is
being dramatized for Liebler & Co..
is to'be given its first stage hearing
in Chicago at the grand opera house
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New Reels of the Very latest ano Best Pictures Daily

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

Opera House

Wednesday, November 25,

The Never Falling Delight,

Human Hearts

A Story from Life Presented
in Dramatic Form.
Abounding In Humanity. BubblMng Ovr
*With Joyous Comedy.
Thrilling and Realistic Situations Arouse
the Spectator to the Highest
Pitch of Enthusiasm.
Prices, 25, 50, 75c and $1.00.
Seat Sate Monday, 9 a. m.

on January 16. Pattersom himself is
doing the work. sad sys he is End-
ing it a hard job.
A jolly feature of St. Nicholas In
1909 will be a series of rhymes and
pictures by W. W. Denslow, the Illus-
trator of "The Wizard of Os," "Father
Goose." 'The House That Jack Built,"
etc. "-rWhen I Grow ip" will be the
title of the series, which will portray
the "day dreams" of an Americas
youngster. Besides the black ead
white pages, each number will have
two pages of "When I Grow Up" an

"One Devil Drives Out Another."
All imitations have dropped by the
wayside and all unauthorized versions
of "The Devil" have withdrawn from
the race as His Satanic Majesty su-
preme and triumphant at the Belasco
Theatre. Patronage remains as heavy
as during the exciting opening weeks
of the Molnar play, and to accommo-
date the extraordinary demand for
admission, seats have been placed am
sale two months in advance. Wednes-
day matinees for out-of-town patrons
Belaooo Notes.
Frances Starr, charming, petite and
more beautiful than ever. has return-
ed to New York, after a long summer
in the mountains, to await the produc-
tion of the new play which David Be-
lasco is writing fer her.
Blanche Bates. star of "The Fighting
Hope" at the Belasco Stuyvesant thea-
tre, New York, recently gave a pink
tea in the green room of that theatre
to a party of friends visiting the me-
David Warfield. the Belasco star,
will next week enter Chicago for a-
limited season in "The Music Master"
and "A Grand Army Man," after a
record-breaking week in St. Lous.
"The Warrens of Virginia," with
Charlotte Walker and Frank Keenan
in the leading roles, is being enthusi-
astically received in every city of its
Itinerary as the most realistic play of
Civil War days ever presented on the
American stage. The incomparable
art of David Belasco places this thrill-
ing drama in a class by itself.
A Paying investment.
Mr. John White, of 38 Highland
Ave.. Houlton, Maine, says: "Have
been troubled with a cough every win-
ter and spring. Last winter, I tried
many advertised remedies, but the
cough continued until I bought'a &5c.
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery;
before that was half gone. the cough
was all gone. This winter the same
happy result has followed; a few
doses once more banished the annual
cough. I am now convinced that Dr.
King's New Discovery is the best of
all cough and lung remedies." Sold
under guarantee at all druggists. 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottle free.

Members of Uve Oak Camp No. 1,
W. 0. W., aere rusted to eet at
the unaie depot SmUy, Nwember
22, 12 m., to trend *e upnelg ear-
emosles of Sovereif James U e
ard at Cloptoe m ,emmHmm, r t sa-
tion. Hickory C-am, Oa rove Cir-
cle ad all vIsitiag aovereis are cor-
dially invited to atte-
J. F. DAVIE, Clrk.

Where isthe Mn

Saturday, November 28.

South's Mightiest Amuse '
meant ListLtation.
Tradtions of Old-Time Sow Intact bjMr
Proresive to hti Minuta
Oreat Ml e-riMy, Acrebats.
The Flylng Val-Siee.
Greatest Perfero oM bLie t the Wrta '
The Rd iMa-yo.
teetIfu L Trapee Artists.
AeS, Au lawing.

Free, ExilU-l-i OuftMe W PVA aradir
eaturs to shew Orem. .

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loccAdwl r A ain mP
The undermined. as Receiver and As-
sigiee, In pursuance of the authletri
vested in hm. hreby gives notice. that.
bids will be received by him atil 1,.
o'clock. m., of Novembr 23rd. 1 i, for'
the folowing described property, to-wit=:
all bottling machinery. bottle, case,
wagos baress, .book accounts and evA- ,
dencesof indebtedness, and. a other pwp-
ety at this time belonaing to to the Pen-
sacola Eattltn Work. property ma
be inspected on the premties.
lInovl0t Receiver and Assigee.
* Northern District of Florida. By vtrtu
of an order of ale issued out of thai
United States District Court for the Nr-
them District of Florida. on the feurtl
4a.J of November. 1901. notice Is beteb
given that I will sell by publ atn
for cash. on Saturday. the tllt Zt
day of November. 190t, at 12 o'i orm.= *
at Pensacola, Escambia Caunty. FIorfa.
In front of the United State Postoece,
the American sebeener, Preddie W. Alton.
her eagines. boilers. morablalry, bat
tackle, apparel. appurtenances, mad funi-
ture, as she now lies. at the IMal s.
Ways In Santa Roms County,
T. 7. MIO0R ,.
V7nowvlt T'nited States Marshal.
Notice Wi hereby given that the under
signed. eecutors of the estate of Johm
M. Pfreter, deceased, will on the 24t
iay of March. A. D. 19i0. present their
final account and vouchers to the coutlr,
Judge of Escambla County. lortd. and
ask to be dtqeharged as executors f saWd
.sept22oawm E ectors.
To b Entitled "An Ordinaunce f Prsid
for the Preventionad of tres W81 th'
Fire Limits of the CIty Pof en els."
Be tt ordained by the Mayor a Coua
of the City of Pensacoa:
Getlon 1. That no open fre for the
biva mz of trash. oer any other purpose
shall be kindled, or maintaled. outride
of any building within the fire H mit as
the City of Penacol. aexespt uns a ow--
mit Issued by the MAyor with 'the ap
proval of the Chief of the Fire Domart
Section 2. That no accumulation of
trash. packing, boxes or eombstible na-
toral of any kind whatoee. except
fuel to be used on the promise, shaU to
aUowed to remain on u any preemisa
witha the re Ltalts of the hy unW.
the seme be malntaa ap s at Perit
missed by the B of Public safety, as
provided by existing ord aos.
Section 3, That aY person .volatin
any provieson of this orie shaU tbe
Sb a An net not ee One
Dollars, or by Ipmorlmant ot
zeseding ttrty days.
Section 4. that anll ees and
parts of ordinances, in couctewu,.
s am the same am hereby e e i
Seetiesa That this reigame a t1
take eect upon its jass sa pnblicaa
ti as provided by aW.
Pased Oct~-r Is U1.
Aprved rtos r.. IM.
Attest: C. C. OO MAN
L O. AYMARD. ar.
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS IAdditional Society
News on Page 19

YACHT CLUBI t O MEET love and esteem in which he is held.
MONDAY EVENING. Mrs. Whaley was presented with a M usicale
T'e Pensacola Yacht club will hold beautiful gold brooch. Resolutions of
an important meeting at the Clamber regret were M aed at the regular The ladies of the First Methodist
of Commerce room on DeLuna street meeting of the Penaecola Library as- church will give a musical at the
tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock. A sociation held on Friday over the de- residence of Mrs. Angus McMiIlan, 123
committee composed of Messrs. Geo. parture of Dr. Whaley, who for 12 E. Gregory street, Tuesday night at S
T. Morgar J. C. Watson and W. A. years, has served on the book commit- o'clock. Refreshments will be served.
Dunamm recently appointed by the tee.
temporary chairman of the organiza- The family will take up taeir resi- Where is the Man?
tion to draw up a constitution and dence among the former associations
by-laws, has reported that the work which are dear to the hart of the Everything in Christmas
Is now complete, and t will be for the worthy man who, for 18 years, has la-
purpose mainly of heating the report bored among the people of his adop- Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Jars,
of those gentlemen that tomorrow tion, capably, careSally and in a eon- Pouches.and Smokers' novel-
night'* meeting will be called. AU scientious manner wblch has won e -
those who wish to become members of him everla tig laurels. ties can be had at the Im-
the club are requested to be in ttend- MISS LINDENSTRUTH perial Cigar Stores. Come
ane. TO BE 'PONs oR. around and see us. We will
MISS MORENO WILL Miss -Meta LAndeastruth has been
NOT IE SPONSOR. accorded a pretty honor in being se- be glad to give any informa-
There is considerable disappoint- elected as sponsor for the Sons of Vet- tion desired.
meant among the many local friends erans of this city, to represent t"em
of Miss Susie Moreno, the beautiful at the reunion to be held this week in The Women of the New
Pensaeola girl who was chosen spon- Mobile. Miss Lindenstruth will be
sor for Florida to the reunion of the accompanied by Miss Kate Caro. as M. E. Church Association
Sons of Veterans, to be hkld In Mo- maid of hboor and Mrs. Kate Coulson.
bile on Monday and Tuesday of this who will be chaperone. As represent- Will sell at Sol. Cahn's store on Tues-
week. Miss Moreno, in fact, will not atives of Camp Perry, the ladies will day and Wednesday, Nov. 24 and 25,
be able to attend the events planned be accorded many pleasant attentions Cakes, Pies. chickenn Salad and home-
in her honor in the Alabama city, nor in the events of the coming week, and made Jellies and Preserves. Your
olctate in the capacity of sponsor, will doubtless enjoy the moat pleasant patronage will be appreciated.
on account of an injury sustained in sojourn imaginable among tae hospit-
her elbow in a recent acci.lent in the able people of Mobile. That line of Jno. Kelly La-
gymnasium of the Classical school. dies' Shoes shown by the
R. A MR. JAMES PERSONAL MENTION dies' Shoes shown by the
FISHER ENTERTAIN. Modern Stores are. swell.
Mr. a Mrs. James r e Mr. and Mrs. Van Clutter, of Merid- Come take a look. Opposite
Mr. and Mirs. James 1rhlr anter- an, Miss., are spending a few days in
tained a nnmblr of their friends on the cit. postoffice.
last Wednesday night at their new
home on DeSoto street. Music and Mr. W. S. Ware, of Jay, Fla., is at
games constituted the amusements of the Escambia.
the wsening, after an elaborate supper
had been served. Among those who Mrs. C. H. Barrineau is in the city
added considerably to the pleasure of from Quintette. She is much improv-
tCe event was Officer Miller, whose ed In health.
selections on the piano were received T I
enthusiastically. Those present were Mr. Jan. Iogan of South Bend, Ind.,
ad follows: those. Parker, Barnie *5,as arrived in the city, and will re-
Miller, Charles Hurd, Pete Shenburn, main for the winter. LAST NIGHT
Chief Oflcer Miller of the British Mr. C. S. Thompson, of Sampson,
steaOaship Barkston and Chief Enli- Ala. i in the cty.
ner Clark. and second officer Welch MANAGER OF ORPHEUM THEATRE
of tie same .vesAel. Miss Gertie Burns is able to be out.
DR. WALIEv ANiD FAMILY after having suffered considerably SAYS 2,000 TICKETS WERE
DR. W'1ALEY AND FAMILY with an injured foot.
Dr. and Mrs. Whaley and family Born yesterday morning to Mr. and
win1 leave on next Tuesday for Mrs. J. F. White, a son. UNKNOWN PARTIES.
Chtaleston, S. C.. where the doctor
bas accepted a rectorship. The de- Mrs. A. G. McDavid, of Century. Is Some time between the ouurs of 12
parture of the Whaley family will visiting her sister. Mrs: G. C. Gentry, ococ t te l o
prove a severe blow to local circles, on North Davis street. and 1 o clock last night the lock on
as few have been without the peron- the door leading to the box office of
as afeceof Dr iat alde perithe- Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gentry are the the Orpheunm theatre was picked and
8al innofhis residalec dure.n t parents of a son, born Frday morn- two thousand tickets stolen.
which he haIs entiden d himself with Ing. Manager Vucovich when seen by a
eiery u hpl siting movement to benefit representative of the paper said he
eey lting movement to benefit Mrs. Bird. of Filorala. is In the city. thc-ught the theft was committed by
*e lcty. So closely has he become al- the guest of Mrs. C. F. Steward on parti-s who intended to sll the tick-
lied with local interests, in fact, In al- East Hlil. es for this week's shows. "The thief."
most every social organization of the said i ucovch as probabT
city, in one way or another. Misses Anna and Ada Rosasco have lidan I for the rai this week in par
The ladies of Christ church pre ent- returned from an extended northern lac:r owing th the cek in eor-
et Dr. Whaley with a handsome tea trip. During their absence they were mous demand thao there will e for
service recently as a mark of the recipients of many pleasant social at- tets on count of our ecil con-
-,- tract show with the widely advertised
S 'Girl in the Purple Mazk.'
y 'I"Further." continued the manager.
"the public should be warned against
huying tickets on the streets, as they
Will be victimized. for we of course
SOF C ATAH Ecan only accept tickets purchased
at the box office and we of course
Catarrh is a blood disease which causes a general inflammation of the have a record of the stolen tickets."
snner linai or mucous membranes of the body. The diseasing of these -(Ad-v.)
licte Znrfea and tissues prodOces all the well known symptoms of the IT'S A CRIME
trouble, suchas singing nies in the head and ers tight, stuffy feeling to nlct or health. The wor.-
the nose, pains above the eyes, Irritation of the throat, sometimes slight neglect that you can be guil'v of is
fever, ad a general feeling of weakness and ill health. Even the lungs to allow constipation. bi;iousness or
become affected by the continual passage of impure blood through them, and any liver or bowel trouble to continue.
the danger of consuiptiou if the disease is allowed to remain in the It is poisoning yorr entire system and
SS. S cures Catarrh because it puriies the blood. It goes ifto nmay lead to a serious chronic disease.
A~rolation and removes every article of the catarrhal matter, making Tak,' Ballard's Herbine and get abso-
lutely well. The sure cure for any
thi*rita fluid pure rich and healthy. Thi the inflaa ed imncs bi nd-all roubles of the stomah, liver
tbleal, e yMSymptm disappears the oINMtat, -is built up and health and bowels.
rested . rids the system of catarrh by attacking the trouble at its Sold and recommended by W A.
bd and entirely n.A fleg the ce from the blod, thlu making a perma- D'AJemberte. druggist and apothecary,
meat and tiag cure. 8. S. 8. is made entirely from heath-giing roots, 121 South Palafox street. Pensacola.
herbs and barks, and for this reason is an especially safe and desirable me ici ne Fla.
cuk on Catarrh and any medical advice free to all who write. .
_H SW.f1II n am.FTra^iC, A'LAxTA,,. g Where is the Man?

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The following is the record of mar-
riages, births and deaths during the
past -week. as are of record in the of-
flees of the city clerk and county
White-Marko J. White and Maudie
A. HOlbrook.
Colored-Louis C. Coleman and Lacy
Ford. Ben lane and Mary Crawford,
Robert Shuler and Ethel Edwards,
Burrell W. Harris andf Emma Morris.
.ohn Tyson and Lllfe Gray, Albert
Mason and Osean Edwards.
White-To John M. Day and wife, a
boy; to J. WpViGingles and wife, a
boy: to*lbert Gentry and wife, a boy;
to Joseph Hughes and wife, a girl;
to C. H. Walter and wife, a girl; to
A. P. Herring and wife, a boy; to

Thd Ilolowt erifts were issued
yesterday by Ibiding'Inspector Ren-
To C. H. Turner, Jr., to repair wood-
en building at the corner of Barce-
lona and Gonmalez streets.
To Mrs. B. Hemberg to repair
wooden building on East Chase street,
near Palafox.
To F. C. Brent to repair brick

Charlie White an
M. Hubbard and
Colored-To Je
a boy; to John
boy; to Wm. Nel
accidental drown
57 years, valvul
Fred Favorite. Jr
mellitus; Josephi
gulla, 61 years,
Massey. 22 years,
infant son of R.
premature birth;
months; pernicion
paralysis; Julio I
pleiy; Liszie Bli
cancer of breast;
years, sarcoma.

building at 12
To Volney G.
wooden building
vantes street.
To T. J. Busey
building at 1007 E
Ladies' Sh
Scalp Treatn
time only, 50
len, 390 Bren

it advisable to resign. The vestry ac-
GRAVE ep my resignation. I, in vw o
the petition, the vestry had come to-
d w a boy; to F. -I gather and unanmonuly requested me
d wife, a boy; to F.
IwifeaTboy. to reconsider I would have done so
ff Meniels and wife, without doubt; but only uopn a unanl-
Sniks and wife, a moan request and with assuraane of
son, Jr., and wife, a future cooperation and the non-repe-
tition of some things which ha oc.
deaths. curred, would I have comluded to re-
P. Gee'le, 46 years, main.
ng; Gad Humphreys. HE APPRECIATES THE MOTIVE I have never desired to leave Pea-
lar heart disease; WHICH PROMPTED THE PETI- sacol. When I came here eigtteea
.. 25 years, diabetes years ago. I came to spend my life in
ne Rosario Strag- TION ASKING HIM TO REMAIN and for Christ church Srst, and next
dropsy: Miss Ethel for this whole city. I have been more
exopthalmic goitre; HERE. than gratiled at tue general manifest
P. Welsh, 8 days. ation of a larger love from the whole
Nellie Lester, 8 city, irrespective of creed and coa'i-
is anemia. Editor Pensacola Journal: tion, than I feel that I really 4esrme.
A. Miles, 85 years, rr rI have endeavored to have Christ
ng 68 years, apo In reference to the very kind ad church parish. stand for somohint
ackman, 65 years, affectionate petition to reconsider my higher and greater in this nI
Ben Parker, 44 resignation, which was published in ty than simply an EpiscopaU c
your last Sunday's issue, I wish to ex- gregatlon. I can never thank my
press, as heartily as I can, my grati- friends enoog~ both in and oat of the
tude and appreciation for the same parish for their universal moartea
West Intendencia and also explain why I could take no and kindness during these long years,
action in regard to it, beyond writing while my only regret will be tt I
Phillips to repair a private letter of thanks to one wTzo was not able to do more.
at 806 East Cer. so successfully promoted it PERCIVAL H. WHAMYT.
Under the law of our church in the
to repair wooden dioces of Florida the calling of a The Imperial Cigar Stores
"ast Strong street, rector and the acceptance of his resig-
nation belong solely to the vestry of have an assortment of Chrst
aimpooing and the parish. of course, the vestry are mas Cigars ranging from Wc
at liberty to take the "sense" of the
lent. For short congregation before deciding one way a box to $.00 a boX. Every-
cents. Miss Cat- or the other, though they are not thing in the smoke line cab
obliged to do so. In my case, owing
it Building. to certain informal matters, I thought be found in our storeS.

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We are showing a hand-

some line

of all Linen

Drawn Work, Scarfs and
Center Pieces.

Cloaks! Cloaks!


sale in this department for.
Monday's selling.

Special sale of all Ladies'
Furs and Net Waists.

Ladies' Kid Gloves, all
colors. Guaranteed, at $1,
$1.50 and $3.50 the pair.

If you can get the best
Pattern for 10 cents, why
pay more? All Paris Pat-
terns are ten cents each.

made to



match your suit,

We are agents for Fay

Ideal Stockings for Boys Coat

and Girls.

Best for wear, ceived.

Ladies' and Children's

eaters just re-
Ladies', $3.0 to

health and comfort. Needs $5.00; Children's $1.25 to

no supporters,

Boys' Suits $2.0, $3.50,

$4.50 and $6.00.


Special sale of Table

An ele- Linens and Napkins; also

gant line to select from. Match Sets for Thahksgivr

Sizes, 3 years to 17.

ing Dinners.

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at the Great Sale of the Doomed Stock of
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The sale started Wednesday with an outpouring of the populace that was encouraging beyond our expectations. We said ii
preliminary announcement that in many instances $1.00 would do the work of $4.00 during this great forced sale; the fact was de
stated to the complete satisfy tion of every patron on the opening days, and will continue to be the ruling spirit throughout the sal
you have a dollar-to spare, why not buy two, three and four dollars' worth with it while you can? This is without doubt the mos



pqrtant price-cutting event in the history of Pensacola.

Bargains will daily be thrown on the counters with


and actual

cost lost

sight of, and will keep our augmented force of salespeople busy

for some days to come. This is the opportunity of your life, Don't miss itl

Read! These Prices Will Sell a Lot of It to Other Dealers and the Rest to the Public


15c, 8-in. Mixing Bowls
go at 8 cent.
10c Heavy Hotel Gob-
lets go at' cents.
Stel Table Knives and
Forks go at 33c per set and
rp. '

$18.00 Di.)oud
Pin goes at $11.37.
$180.00 Diamond
rings go at $88.50.

$10.00 Sterling
Brush and Mirror
at $8.15.


sets go

$12.50 l0-piece Dinner
Set gobs at $7.63.

$20 Sterling Silver
gar sets go at $1268.


$40.00 French China 104-
piece Dinner Set goes at

5 dozen Saucerso at
1 cent.
Wire Egg Beaters go at
1 cent.
20 dozen Heavy Nickel
Plated Spoons go at 5c..

$1.00 White
Enaramei Tea
at 23 cents.

and Blue
Kettles go

$80.00 Diond Horse-
shoe Scarf Pin goes at $49.
Ladies' and Gent's

$7.00 Ladies'
Case Chatelan
go at $4.68.

$175.00 Sterling
Sets go at $117.64..



$20.00 Sterling Silver
Coffee Po, go at $12.15.
$4.00 Jointed Limb Na-
tural Hair Shoes and
Stocking Dolls ,go at $8.12.

$1.00 Bowls and Pitchers
go at 38 cents.
No. 2 Lamp Chimneys
go at 2 cents.
$20.00 Ladies' Diamudid
Ring, positively worth the
above price, goes at $11.40.
$15.00 Dianiond Brooch
goes at $9.43.
$12.00 Ice Cream Trays
go at $5.93.
$1.25 Sterling Silver
Spoons go at 73 cents.
$75.00 Sterling Silver set
goes at $43.32.

$75.00 Sterling
Fruit Bowl goes at


$12.50 Gent's Sterling
Silver Hunting Case Elgin
,Watch, go at $7.67.


$75.00 Gent's Diamond
Stud, goes at $53.72.

$175.00 Diamond
dant goes at $115.65.


$8.00 Cut-Glass Tumb-
lers go at $4.85 per dozen.
$25.00 Flower Centers
go at $16.85.


Fancy Decorated
Plates go at 5 centi.

$2.00 Light Plate Knives
and Forks go at 98 cents.
$175.00 Ladies' Opal and
Diamond Cluster Ring,
goes at $121.50.

$35.00 Diamond
rings go at $23.50.


$7#.00 Punch Bowl goes
at $49.75.

$25.00 Diamond

Pearl Necklace



Sterling Silver Gold
Rings and China Sets.
$8.00 Sterling Manicure
Set goes at $6.78.
$85.00 Diamond and Ru-
by 3-stone Bracelet goes at

25 dozen Cups
2 cents.

go at

Enameled Tea ettles go
fAt 23 cents.
$5o Gent's Diamond
Ring ,poitively worth this
price, goes at $16.8.
$35.00 Diamond Locket
goes at $240.
$400 Solid Gold Baby
Bracelets go at $8.S7.
$3.00 to $5.00 So=i4 Gold
Cuff Buttons, go at $1.7T
Ladies' Solid Gold Rings
go at $1J2 and up.
75c to $1.50 Gold Baby
Rings go at 48c.
$35.00 Ladies' Solid 14K
Hunting Case lIgi, 15-
Jewel Watch, go at $19.95.

All other Toys
like values.

go at

$75.00 Ladie' Diamond
Tiffany Rings go at $42.1X.


Gent's 3-stoan
Ring ,goes at

$12.50 Diimiod Locket
goes at $7 3.
$5.00 Gold Bracelets go
at $.88.
1908 Rogers Fancy Pat-,
tern Table Spoons and
Forks go at $4.9 per doz.

'50 dozen
Plate go at 3


Full-sized Wash Boards
go at 8 cents.
$45.00 Gent's Solid 14-KM
Open Face Watch, 1.-
Jewel movement, gS.M L

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Never was there so much excitement




The past four days' selling from

B. Gerson's immense $75,000 stock has left no depression

as far

as assortments

are concerned.


stock is still large,

but going at a rapid


Everything must and will be sold in 15 days.


of dollars saved. to economical people!


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$1.00 Jointed Limb.
Natural Hair, Shoes
and Stockings Dolls
at 48 cents.

Ur Buy your Holiday
Presents now -




G. W. GROVES & CO., America's Greatest Bargain Givers.

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Free Exxcursion to Pensacola- on Purchase oft 10

or Over, Not to Uweeed 25 Mile

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Gents Watches
Sgno ts
48 cents


Slop Jars "
go at
23 cents



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Merchants from the
city and out of town
wishing parts of this
stock come quick.



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What You Want Someon Else May Have. Jk ADVERTISE IT S What You Have Someone Else Ma


Ly Want.

3-000D BARGAIS-3
We are offering a very nice ro-room. one-story dwellfng on North Alca-
'af street. with a lot fronting 4;p by 125 feet. OnEat Hill car line.
Can buy a one-story dwelling on North Reus street. near Gadsden
street. containing 5 rooms, with lot Ox12i feet. This is listed (or only a
Sew days at this price.
WWl got a very Mnie home on DeVillieer street. near Gregory street, of
M. with a lot 64x150 feel. Convenient to any car line.
ire Inurance. City Maps.

Have You a Home A North Hill Home
Haive 'You ne.. two ba
l t. half blor.,k 1 *.t l ''*>* -lose t o l..eI
of Your Own Price $800

Have ,you ambitions i, inv.-st your
money In a home for .ourself and family Iome Others.
-- J 5 $2.500o-Ratsio'-, ho.n... a1 r.lherviUe. IX.;
Upon the prop rt-y whbi,-h we recenti'.- f.t.r f-rlt. gtid liou>.-
cOls3Lru.:ted Io hoilhse-5. we have only two $3,500--9 roons, a.i nodfrnl lE-ast Gads-
left-I at $94", ani 1 atl s120. ITie 900 den.
house we will sell on r,.Irn-s of $*o down $2,100--F.ast Ja' kson. r4.nms, alln m and $10 per month. tli, si10o. '-anie plan. rni.
only $15 down and $l:, per; month. .
There are many i-easu.ns why you i
should grasp this opportimity while you
ean. Anyone who ii as- vi.Sit-Wd ti, V'Wes: l l 00 Br C o

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
1^4 Th b l~l^ lik

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Agents Blont Bellding. E.d lately -ian see inuch improvement. lox.--..l. A1 i J cu1an.,c Lh terms. --
H O O T O N A d many buildings going upTe grind (IfCopatd.) rent. Don't slave for
*WE.ground aoe,- in a few years will be worth 43 South Palafox Street your landlord.
S"THEl RENTAL. AKNTS." what is to-day asked for the whole.
Lda di ,,Reel Estate, Lean af. , Agents. .5 lots on 16th ave- THE RENT COLLECTORS"
t e a IN ee.aUilt"f Di'Renters."e' h Don't put it off any longer. Come down 5 lots o 16th eR- *THE ETE COETSa odsL
t n ne and let us show you the property. nue car line, the REAL ESTATE. RENTS nd LO

If you have any for sale. list it with us. cneapest proper $1100
$ a month for 2-story,! in this section $1100
ou Fr M ssuROWN 8-room and hall house with Jno. W .Bulock, Jr,
Sou Fro r Missour L.So BROWN & CO % moder improvements, on PHONE we9
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE all modern improvements,on Room 304-30 Thleen Building
AGENTS. Bay Shore, at White's Sta-
s mne of the best bargains in real estate ever offered Second Floor Thien Bldg. tion on Electric Car Line. _
m Pesacola. "-The Fisher Real Estate HELP WANTED. Mercantile business in Westville, Florida. Two-s
HOMES For a smallpay ntdown and thealance FOR SALE. Agency. ;10 EXPERIENCED salesladies. Ap- building 25x85.. Two lots one vacant, one .wlth
McMILLAN & COMPANY have just re- ply Monday morning. T. H. Lan- Price, $3750.00. One-half cash, balance one and two
LOTS' In all parts of the city on the installment plan. ceved a big supply of Turkeys. Geese., non & Co. 22
Sn an paDs ucks, Chickens. Pineapples, Oranges. EDUCATIONAL. .. era merchandi at ot.
Tangerines. Grapefruit and Eggs for WANT -Men to iarni Irl.,,r trat,-.
SEE US BEFORE BUYING. Thanksgiving. Phone 613, 1o0 W. Inten- e- ,.w weeks .on.,..s n, ..,ai-s ..- One-half block in Gracevllle, Florida, at $600.00.
dencia. :22nov FULL CONSERVA TORY COURSE, Nor- smantlv Isyv. *, irt il i;it utzl..,r. t.-ols
M i L -c--- "-"&-~~- _L U ^^ nmal method. rleory. Harmon.-. Peda- Kiv',. ,iplna< grariattt-, wag,- .iatu,.- ,o0acre farm on line Perdlde railroad, 4 miles w
UWWWTV^11T AUIT O1 *ISEWING MACHINES. gogicss. Students qualified for teaching. days: p.,sitiuns wa:i-'. w..:.-f ,t.-
NG MIACINE go1. Std(t IVqirid f. *Certificate awarded. Phone 867. Madame mand f.,r gra.luat-. W\rit. for aralogiue. acres in cultivation; 2000 bearing grape vines; 230 pc
EV&L M & M '1 W, A THE BEST values in Sewing Machines S. Eloise Hull. lootlm Mo lr Barber C.oll-..e. New 4 ri.a. n. I..
can he obtained at Singer store. Ma- Inort* old; 200 peach trees; good white neighborhood. Church
REAL ESTATE, RENTS AND LOANS. Chines sold for cash or on easy terms. TOU ARE JUDGED by your printing. -- -
ook for the Red .. Siner LOA a- S.t costs no more to have the best. Have TRAV I; SALE AN water t one mile. Price. $1500.00. Payable 50.00 cash, bala
Look for the Red S.. Singer SewinM- doe. at the Mayes Priting Co.. 24 W. f drijik. to c'uiitrx tial,- .i-
No. 9 W. TntWndenca St. Phone 271. chine Co.. 32 South Palafox St. 21nov8t ov erment. s tdti antd Co.. tn W. .t s. k.,-..n t n 8 per cent. Interest.
FOR ALt. A nibe oighteen-mFonth-old MISS BAiRNUM. of Chicago. will receive er' :ib Madisin en. xt- lanta Six-room hou
__________________________ colt. saddle and bridle for $35. WeU pupils In voi,_ culture and beglnner.- no3'"Ito 40 acres of land, 20 acres in c
S.-1 ... .. *berokenn at fes ora otea d e. Can 309 North Sprdingn Street. I S.RVI, a: i-Mia'I.YuS3 ar. paid north of West Tampa, two miles north of Old Ta,
25nov1w well fr ,'as work. '\a ,tl s ofti..Tis of
o v wa kind. .3novm ,: t-.:.nkt ,1". i.-,. atixnpl.- Payable $1500.00 cash, balance to suit purchaser; di
HOUSEHOLD FURNITLURE for sale. questions and b .oklet e .:.. d .:. ribing po- To buy or i1 timber lands, city property or real
Mrs. Jarl, 603 N. Hayne street. 20ov3t* sitions and leilinig easiest an iitkt buy or cty property or real
S .1. .-FOR RENT. .way I, seur.. tl.', ftr.... \vi.R, now. to.W caa .n us "We et.t.
FOR SALE-Good mileh cow. $26.00. Jno. Washingt.-n Civil S.rvite Schoolt.. \Wash- We
Hannah. Caryville., Fla. 21novlw* FOR RENT-New store and flat, wlth ingto.. l'. 2n -'''It' Kupfrlan Park lots Is a choice home investment.
all modern conveniences, at 10S East ...
We have a eustoer for a 7 to 8 FOX TERRIERS for sale. 210 Fast Inten- Intendencia. Apply 307 'W. Chase St. 10 EXPERIENCED salesladies. Ap-
dencia. Ed. M. Pooley. Phone 1121. 2Ino% ply Monday morning. T. H. Lan- OE N -C LA R K C O
The Pacuard Lad Compay, 21 ovw NT-ix-oo---ottae- 'tnn Co. 22
Blount Butilng, Phone I20. FOR SALE-An excellent Franklin open Gadsden street. close in. $17 per month.I
stove, for coal. Price $8. Apply 301 %V. Apply B. F. WVolfe, Care Citizen National IIETF'nTIVS ---Iteliahbl ,in rwant-,d |i, I
Chase. 19nov Bank. noty t1.> .ar .is p,,:,:is,.n REAL ESTATE
hase *o Bank itn j underdr inr is. t- tio-t i ,is. In,-l.,'- statmip.
MODERN PRESSING CLUB and ae- STORE FOR RENT-104 East Wriglht St. Metropolitan Ser.-t S.rvi.e lur'.an Inn
counts. Also well-located boarding No better location in the city. This .,urt. ('i,,innati. Oii.,. 22nov,'* 224-226 Brent Building.
house, now full regular boarders. Apply store is thei last chance in this block. lFili -.-- -
117 East Intendencia St. 19novlw* location for a good m-iat market .tiglt wat, nan. Appl.y;
6 chant-tailor. mIllinery or any other blis- " Wear ..-. 22
FOR SALE--One general Jersey cow. ness not at present located oi, plretrty. .. ... ....
Can be seen at 1000 N. Alcaniz St. For partl-ilars apply Briggt I/otuo,-. 104 1,ANTA : -r) --;od. r-liabl.- wrnati ith
novl9t .East Wright St.. or Hooton- & Watson. .*re-ii.,. for ..!i.tnlx-r miaid. Apply
WANTED. BOARD AND ROOMS. WANTED--One second-hand .tent about 1:;nvw* '.Is.. as Ronana St. ."' FOR SALE. PENSACO
S50x50 fet. also 50 pair good roller FOR RENT- 1'N'l'T-'-Curriers wanted > The .jur- .
WA*LoD-Pos noa as houaekeeper, by a ONN1 FU1W3 D upItairs room. ]Bath" skate.s P. 0. Box 77. Bagda4d la. A warehouse with private sidetrack. nal oftlcv.. Apply Ipi. ABSOLUTELY FREE.
U4y with references, with good people. an&lomas only. Phone s,47viw* n Stores East Garden st.. near,.OR
l B ptem onl.o $1 to $ at0 Garden st. near Palafox, I'.N'I$ -Railway mal0l e-;.: ks: ,-ustoms With every purchase of tea or cof- Pensac-la-Fo
SJHL .. rnl. 14.ovlw FOR SALE-Large assortment otbarroom S. W. corner Zarragossa and DeVil- e:loyees. .lerks at \ .i, .. .-n- fee. Monday, \ov. 23rd, ie sou- WINTER
Sr-C BOARAIXD large comfortable furniture--counters, mirrors tables, liers, $50.00. nen.-ement salary $80".e. \> liyu- enir at the tea store. Phone 40. Efective Thu
AN W1TED- -Psition by experienced ate- se1m1 At ~grVYie. on the beach, chairs. etc. Second-hand. Can be bought 31*% South "Palafox, upstairs, pool MAny examinations soon r.'pIt'- ii.i :i .Leave Pensacol
her. Good references. Box M. aiate m town. Rooms for light at low price. Apply 12% W. Government room. $30.00. fr \Writ. imennliatily. Fra:i:kin In- 5:30 a. m ....
41i. Jaaxllnrille. 3l. aovlt S ia Mrs. C. J. Allen, phone lt. Snnw' Gad6d-n and 4th avenue. Slo tit .. Rhster. N. :. : a. m .....
S1 104-106out Tarragonna St.l 0 $2t0.00. -NT-- r-~ -- an .he counter, e.104-10 South Tarradonna St. $a:la0.00....
.WANTD P.ashinable dresmaka. w C(OMFORTS--Blakkets and bed spreads Suite of 4 offices. 24nd lootr Palafor nt. WA\NT'I.---,-try man. wo an. and fhili tures of the Friedman & Co. bank.- m: a na. m...
35i facttionguaranteed. Prices reason- THRM PURNIlSHnD ROOMS, suitable ,on weekly or monthly paym.nts. Phone entrance. $30.00. in In. ao!a to know a:1 rupt tok for chea. T H. Lan- a. m .....
S E. Government St. 2twrlm tw light h oukeeping. Modern Im- No 71 and we will send salesmen witi i House.-- ing o sal- 't a asg i: ; cth- non & C :30 a. in ....
PrO.1ta pnt.UL Apply $10 E. Gadaden St samples. Solomon Furniture Co. ISnovln irr W. Gregory. $'_2.. ini and gent-ral t.r. linis. ;-n- on Co. 10:15 a. m. .....
N' a .-To supply you with fresa Pho AaI Fnovl2tEA 11 9 S. HayLen. $0.00. latt. 1 -.. lnllndni;t St. lo'tlm 1:0 a. m. .....
S i eys. Chickens and 4efs ftr AT YOI'R OWN PRICE-One 2, H.P. F'isihrville, modern. $17.50. ...... .. .. A FINE FRENCH COACH 11:43 a. m.
S. B. .Wtson, phone 5. TWO ItCBL oFTURNISHED- uptaLte and one 1% H.P. stationary gasoline% 519 W. Gregory $22.>0. \ ANTFDH-stli.. adies or gentl(m.. TROTTING STALLION 12:0 p. m .....
F. B. w rooms for rent. Gentlemen only. Bath engine. One 4 H.P. Gray marine motor, i t1113 N. !th avenue. $19.00. t-1o ,.a. for ,i-.fut hti..ushohl ::rth .. I..- ist,.rI.d No. .:t.6:.. 16 hands Iffhrh. 1:15 p. nt ....
and phone. Apply 11 East La Rua one Mitchell motorcycle, one small buff- 37; .. P.omana. $2.00 quik sellers. Good Apply :l10 v "'-ii : I. 11. lbsr. His Sire. 'Regetnt. won ":00 p. m ....
WANTD-Peple to gow that the nRt. In wheel and stand, foot-power lathe(. 2200 N. Spring. $10.00. 1.:. Governmni.t s.t. 4.,,t first prize ai St. l.otuis Fair. and was 2:47. p. m .....
S S, t Furniture Co .. sells comforts," -n vt one Baldridge marine reverse gear and 1622 N. 7th. $12..0 r inw-l ;. $.u..ot. ast "Palestino ." This .4:30 p. ....
b t a nond bed spreads on easy pay- OR o on(ert graphophone. Bartc<-o & Near Kupfrian' Park. large iot. $10.010. .NT1, -<*urrir.- nint- ir, .;.ur- ,:'.I't'o ias a ":40 trotting rord Easily 4:1P p. m ....
etsa bed. 8 novpm board. Ho-melike place for young men Thompson, 10 East Garden St. 13no'\ 2121 North 6th avenue. S.o. ial offi... A-;ply <'ir- elation lit. i worth $2.0-0-. For -ash. ] 'it make a r- 5:00 p. m. .at.
SPermanent boderes. wanted. 4 20t es. 1301 W. Intendencia, $8.00. if so.l at on-. Address. Ja-k- : m. 5:4
-ANTDn-To borrow 2 on real estate Chase street, two doors from car es FOR SAI.E--'-acre farm, 3 miles westF JOHN N. DAY, i~ll:.SENT.ATlVI:.- : s..!i.It. ex'lu- s.,n. ar.e Tlh Jouria!. 2n-'ovt4 .7:00 p. m. 4:.0
S-- arit ce-worth $60M. Address P. 0. Southern exposure. onov of Pensacola. half-mile south of hard 6 ast rio St. sivlyr s ide 1in the Saloon. Irug -- - ---- -.. x, p. *.:1
S*, p diSla. P1 Onnovte 20no"w" road and quarter-mile from head of Little I )isr tnsrary 11 \hd,!, Liiquor trade ALL the counters, shelving and fix- i ,:n r. m. s8.0
'nr""O.fh M. "-oRNISrdD ROOM with privilege of bayou. All under c.!tivation and unde I FOR RENT. f- a siiaight K. 'i Fh.Ky gua.iran- tures of the Friedman Co ak- n.
ith te years experece it hd eep 1 an St fene. Good peaceh orhard. sppernong Dwellings (North Hill.)- -' l h I.s rupt stock for sale cheap. T. H. Lan- :l
Ssposition. Box 131. Graceille, Pbom lt. 1 Snotw vines, several good pecan trees, tive-I 2-story- dwelling. North Hill. 10 adopted by t. . ..vrn t fors- up ck or sa ceap. Lan- 1
:, m o.o lBoxnr evi2weI room house, with hall and gallery all rooms ............................... 70.00 ,1ital PllrPt-s. .1 n easy s'ler. W ri,. non C 11
BOARD AND ROOM It desirable section around, water pump ton gallery. Apply 2-story dwelling. Northl Guilc- tlui.k fo pr s. ti-rri..ry. *i-. <> ThIo 7:1. a. in.
K Baers lr M teoa ef colB. of city. D y frontMes. Terms vert Wm. Archer, 1309 \V. Jackson street mrard. 12 oorn.. ....... ............ 00 Covington, IKe.tu.k. .3o-tiom SEWING MACHINES. I ru as a oal
Ice Wrk. nov14tf rema A ly 436 t Zarragossa St. 17uovlw* :-story dwelling. North PalafoX. p. m. train froa
,r room's ............................ .0 45.CE4L A NE:O ; 1 ,, ,,,n t, h,, <.r rent a ;,. in "' P -., 0n
M WANT to make yar stench ad "18novlw FOR SALF--Try a barrel of rosin chips. Dwellings (West End.) I MISCELLANEOUS. in.,'ii"e. '.. Sin-r and WI.i- r & ar il leavo
b" .and do aay ad et electrical or ROOMB for rmt. furnished for light Best for a quick and good fire. Special No. :220 North Bar.elon.. S rooins 3. i -. - 1,.ilsn ia,.hinite are the best. l.n-jk for Ti.e Pen.-aeola-
caarHlrnlg. q Suvas Thp-l4 With- or -without price on lots of five or more. Phone 966. No. 50t West Garden. 6 rooms .... -2.t,00 ALL the counters, shelving and fix-I t!t R1.-. ..singer Sewing Ma.-i'ne .-... discontinued. ex
S* 19St. 6Ph - asept a c thofme Palafox. on car H. Covington, 20 E. Brainard SL m o. 317 North har loa. s 25.00 tures of the Fried:-2n & Co. bank- 1 : S" ulh atf. rx St. lnov8t Lotal frcilht I
u L T ._._, M ]is print-M 17novlw* inovim No. .-,*IA'4-ezt ('arfli>. 7 rooms .... 0.00.
S4'Wl-- 'I .....0sw KNLo. 402 Vest intenden ia. 7 r-ooms 20.o00 rupt stock for sale cneap. T. H. Lan- F'o- ..1.:.- T.n;te large. ie.giste.rd)
Saa' Booek Stare. avl.* Thres ftl i r reat. nslted TWO LOTS In New City. five minutes. No.. Al W.est Romnaa. .. roons .. 12..0 non & Co. i "r;.,worth ,s. two -. an. .n ,
S- eight hrs-eeiml. Apply ,ast walk frontm ur line. A bargain. See us j No. 42:3 West toniaa. 4 rooms... 10.6 ia'-. I11.. ox :?.. Th h
SW*W* *f l to rtehts 1Inovim* at onee for a hone site cheap. Leslie I Four-roomn dwelling at Fisherville 10.00 GET a nice lanmi with overv iouind of n "r pone Us:.. mw Through 1reig
Ivy --t. eanexreri;enoe; beat Bnom rooks Company. 17novlw* IDwellings (East End.) IT n -a lnil V ,l w<''k d or --'
e r oatae. AddresD g=" e, e. or- BOARD AND ROOMS-Large house No. 116 ast Roinana.. 10 rooms .. A.o O-a-ma Tea all this at. th iR A.'AI. l RNT-My hmh,- fur-
410 Ala. aevim* pl aIatly sand aatrally located ho .e IAUNCH.22% feet long. 44-inch beam. 7 o. 722 North h Avenue. :. rooms *-."O. T0 n So:'I,. IPhoint l4l. *22n ni.ihl o" ntli-i.:iied. ,onslstne of Fr aSUN
A i 8t It and.ce4trally located. 3119
ONl l ar t. 15.nov2w* H. P. engine *Speed about 10 miles per N. 41 st G ory. rooms ... blo. k 2::0. N.-w t'iv Tract, Cor. 16it St. ond tar t
E AST T BARBER n eSHOP. Cr. novw hour. Apply A. A. Wrighton. 6 W. Ro- No. ::i ast Int'tlen.'la. 6 roI"s 'i." NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Id 14th aen,.. .No 1400 L"k.vlew sourn he -
9th avenue .as d Wrtht street. solcits ROOMS FOR RENT. with privilege of mana street. scpt30tf N,. h1l: l-"t IVitina. 5 rooms ... on All I .,'*'. Js ,' .; i lhiio. against tl; .'A... i1 .,-ll ll r hIr west half o, h er el. t--e w
SS tronae. Children espely s In- light h1o111us keegPing. 1-7e of bath and FOR SALE -Papor-shell r ui t 1 o l II. a. S i-sllias 1 tI.1 t.;i llit Tri7 Apply M-a J. 1arranca's at5r.
, i hie. e tak. Chas hone. .Tm1 reasonable. Phoneth 143o ..n and of best quality. 5,.- per pod.r any, of t ityi -. I rit. I ,t i. tfe ilin id. It- --- FreIght ar
" I.~ietsl. inovimn or apply 116 East Rolnana street. 13novym quantity. Phone 10,14, W''. B..At'stnt. 1lth Agents Blo Building.t in i..rat0 hs". '.ralx.-,-i 4h iittq y Fe i.IFI A-.......f o aeig ,-ao
aveT nue ^ HOanTON d htetNTCaiding" Wi.i)Nv .'v i. n .,I t,,, P2 i-,,ty. t1 bl -,h t.rm B.l.'--Ta,,teuet.t and fCare neay le. P.oI
WA3verybod. to know that we yYOU HAVE anyting tor rent why not an l- ht',,* I .., : in ," t 'it-. as riet .,i-.-r 2lnovlw* WEST"IH
are v rl on full time and tuning out advertise it In these columns? Ew very&-WA NAIi-The ett gr-a.e f .tlal.j ,x t' e.I.istfl t- -'rre i P sng rsn Io
g-dnle ster. forblldn, promptly. Ii 4 Uam to Re it. FRSAL TebTHE RENTAL AGENTS.'" r, tii. t.-b. m I, ",,ETiLA t .aid ll Thi. Psngers w
VOW business saeblfolted,. Simdersti lli s coal at S; per toil. Jellit-, at -. -Call and Inspect Our Lists. Phone 54. l ti t:, ,,l N.. itu,, ..\ It. lttin0.. I.t- ..Ll.:-Two lots #.n North Palafox u-ll take' North
0 69 .LGardmeno St.^ novitf FOR RENT-Tw nicely furnished rooms Prompt delivery. Stratton Ice Works..I CalH a-d .n'pect Our .st. Phon I1 .. ..,. I .r.. Train. $e. o lao W ill tr
In n110 family, cloe to business center. 14novtf-FORlRr tT--largiN hr!,-. i--,nStI. ill,-1'm.\'n
WANT.ED-T give you a chance at the Apply X 20 West Romana street. o RaFlrcd tret. App!y tk .. "hasu n -M "h1gh I"1d P n
est bargain In clothing and general 2o FOR SALE--Four-rom., house nea r Mrs. Railrd s t. A t s . l- row. 101 .. alox p d
S*iMnheadise now being given In our *. tm .Mlogan's. "'All Buy." 16:. f,.et froit on lnov[ 'Ii'i l>, lip'I :it ti. .-- .--- -est Hill -a rs
sal E. GreenlAt.3she o unfurnish Pensa ola Ha Fir ae a:d many FOP nt -outore- tillhing o 1. a II" Y l m ksyhd lhdenYs trF4.0
t saa stre 3octlm frnt room somth and eastern e bearing fig aontd pe4l. wrtlee. p "'Be. "A. rV can-agihssa anil ':e., Vstre,-1. 4.eo .r sli n f .. -,. ,, i'ram.k moPEOLA
Phone and bath. to desirable Acasa,.ola. 1.w0.-Boxo-"B
IANTMD-43 0c.hats to remodel and nep art. ll Prvte l PonA y4i or.n writ e P. B l llan & 1\ I.- .. 6 wIn ALL the counters, shelving and fix.- sn. r p o.*
Sto make to order. Dresmakinta dress Box 574. -- ---- enca tures of the Friedman & Co. bank-oP. SA -Timbered lands in large or
a id ceteeted novelties. Mrs. Evelyn DID) YOU SAY WVOOD--T sell it in our- FOR RENT rupt stock for sale cheap. T. H. Lan- sall tracts. Southern Real Estate and
-hrt26 MS aest LoRua SL oectimn miill yard. fou-t of 10thl avenue. at 4x Stores non & Co. t tent Co.. iomaton. Ala. octtf M bile & G
: -AN -- i d m- L loadT a load -all that one -Iorse -an hiaul. 4oc. eLona r.t t r ........... 2 ".o. tR A L-Farm of 10 acr 1 m le In e
ShATd-All ktad O short owood ready -ut. for stove., Ia- ni Stre,- a .t.. $ .'.N .--- --.:- -- -- 1 R nAL -Farm of a. aPrir. 10 milddres in connection
S Telephone us; write to us. Corner lOA)ST--Fraternity pin. with J. C. Bald- before price Layoes up and thermome.r .10 T. .,rt ......... $1.. ..." :tl| ,., :,-.i -. '' t .*:i,: :nu.,i,. 'marna- F. I P. O. Box 7S"2. Pensacola. Fla. Andrews Bay R
S en and Alcantls str eets. Telephone wtn engirved on back. Lost Saturday go's down. Send a dray. Flowers at 1 1 W. Ta"raon Street .----...- ti..i: Sa x l; m ; te, I -: ...iitt. o t I fre Moieht and sac
K F34. F.S. Mellen & Co. Sept afternoon on Palafox street. letwe,n .rt 14i plone 41'. will haul you a big load. J U.. N.on Palafxn sett ...............$4 -ei 00. i lri S. o i bile, MPenclv
N. .Baylen and Christ Church. Reward I walker Agent. tore ni-ar P alafoxtet Str,.et. ..I'T l l.. ,.'.."0 *,-- tx:I,-n to- all o,'--
]1WAlTrE.D-Your orders for fresh meet for return to 106 N. Baylen St. nov:2t -- tor a al-iafAo ISr.i. < *i T *.in Iih t 5l o N- drewst MIHville .
nd vegetables. Delivered any part of o -, LARGE LOT COR. CHASE AND DiE Bo ng Houses- .'- . -. '. f. .. lamsm 0 *,**************** drews say, mal
. Iu-y'a Meat Market, l e* Eat WitLL THE PRTT who got a nmarbl VILLIER STS. FOR QUICK SAD E oDweings- Houes- ,tn :-,.,- ,, '..; ., 1... ,,,,.. d.i N A A Ba y t
Wt je m g. -P ho ne 1158. 18 sep t an d ebo edla te cak e tra y a nd 2 n ap k i is AT $i 1S O O. J X NT. l1v}' E. GA R D w e 1lhng s-- ..... ^ :.- vl- \N, ... i \ ..2 ',t L STOC S t A .n d R y tu
l-through a servants mistake, please re- AT $1SN0. JNO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR 'or. ISth Av,-:.:.. and i .trl, I E,. ... $.O da an Thur,,
: ED-rT0our s!hoe to ePa .tr whiU turn to 1.24 W. Belmont. or communi art DEN ST 14.o X ,1 .,', ...... :'"' at v *..... I . ~"e AND P.O T RY For additional
......... .............. ] -- -a4 ,..c 514 and 1W. "'1 LOSTr, STRAYED OR STOLEN One bay good woA-king v-,,adiil. $;3e and ui North: R ,e .tret i--' ,,. t- ---.'". t, ,'" l' I...-Bell
horsetwat Matiflvlew. Two hind ft ,wt whit'- Come early if tou want a bargain. (al- 724 W1. Zarrago ss.a -tret ..........$1. '-
bJrrOD-A. K. Bin.nam wants yr and left fore foot white. White blaze in held hIe Factory. n.vltf. "297 N. R.-aso tr eet ........$, A 1_ 3, LEl, & .',. Saxgn,..,et-s--Ca,- ht'i:;YS. a 'IiCKk. and F-'t for fIH. PURVIS-
e _al | Paraed b pcshi p. a dollars reward if returned to Nelson Rb-h- FOR SALE-Thoroughly kiln-dried rough 11 tr-n- m saitet a ,t *f 14 in" to *"i'n'. ior a'l bn I l vun.. F. B Watn.. ph(n.v aa-c Mana'
a--^. Im*lardson. Miltvlew. Florida. 20no'tt* and dressed lumbier. asa. door anid 1-:t9 1:. .re, '.. t' tlu't t ........ *. .W''. 1i. t I i' ,i d.dl -hnoLy"gTn*Layingon
1 EL LOST-Plain gold locket, with .. K.". .iirnda -ar .-. ja ders ,i!, Co..," ., 6i K. .em:,.,i ire, -. .:- -- -- --. ... , .,;;.-,,.- ,- is eLayin Tonic iMONE,.
engraved on It. R'a return to 10 Inten- ; Garden street, no-ltf :::, -. Strong -S-- --t --- -,,, M.R,'l-I NTS "TH \NI',- o.. Th,,Or. h.B '. ..h;I.I-:N & CO.. Phone No. 334.
d nencia SL. an receive reward. 1enonvw*! Intl at St..~l Fl t .t'o -t,, .i Tho.sen. Pr,,rt .oi ;.i! kInds' of --- --------- WE-have $100.H
,FOR SALE-On ac-ourt of leaving the 01--.n 5th a\..nxe amid ...,k.,t, ..,,, oa, T ntokRen. rhp, l. Flm,'it x e k ends ofIe' clas e
BROIGS" HOLUS"-1M E. Wright street. LOST-Money by not seeing The Saun-! -ity 1 will sell my home wilth all furh- (l,:. 1t: avenue an i 1t -.t p c,,, :oi: i alpnenS. Fa itr. -r red Oca-- I":,k 31iO-a. NmT-thups tr-ain, and estte per cean
*ear UCion Depot. Nice clean rooms ders Mill Comapany before purchasing nishings. com ilete. E. Greenblatt. 139 E- I.'rnr i'-loth1u and .m1 St c -, ., :i : p hipment. Fpot pho "04*ored. Of"lJnetf k ,ino-ki.a. North, p Strain, and e hate in anworked
ates: Trasients per week and. dea e builders' supply lne ntendeta t 31octlm at F*hvl-. with, higt : -.. ... -o- r t I:t i',dtm Yards. 14th and -0th avenue. It work for you.
lnovlym* aO SALE OR REpNT-Seabreese eottay hot and cold water: ,-an be- r, ntie-d fur- FOUND I' I.. 5.. w. T. T-ay. nov Aewy. O So. I
O novm LOST. STRATEOD OR STOLER-One 15-i o Santa Rosa sound. Goodoutbuild- nished or unfurnished. 2 sen'antl houses_ Are yo getUni
WITER RESORT-The "Old MiI" iB. meth-eld white and liver pointer. Ings and about 13 acres land. extending _tt_ y blocks from _-_r lin_. Ip your___,ey I5
Se. ... mustes refrom city named Sport. and quo6mosith-old white- trem Pensacola bay -o Santa Rosa Sound. Furnished O-e O'.'er -opi Nontort nmomgt
en open for the with'S isne-ees 5tte* named Sarm. Ub- Harry W. GIbbs. 27 S. Palatex St. IBani ovakr People unadsweir te O Lc. _Al modern veM era rewar o retur to W. C. Bar- 0 En'S SUITS to at li Cor. Romna and Palafox nts.. two ofB- adI -rt m nt ts ., --- ,-- WEST LOtyDA ow me.

and ad spreatis tp ilssY painentimT atW '
B From $10 to-VU: 0M boys-' as: d 1 !The Fisher Real Estate w 1 l 1i.' at 1-m u H'a'qqyJ.A(
rT OTLIn to n est Florida saa the store No. 101 North Palafox St.. vine,. Peach TreeT etc. Address Jaa iSW u -:. i--tlT'l: st. puffs. $1.00:MONET LOANE
Sal lb amma sh *ld masnnll ad for 3 years. I shall be glad to se- all mny Blomeley. Fernhll Vineyard, Contomen The Jout rnhill areal' an int oeern- that POai .E i.l, i .n aoref ilni.ioeR HOTEL. Apalac,.icola. OldettI ,Irsalll on
P Of tl S T osyt ts ly $L.5 oM friends and many new ones there. Fla.. or apply to Clyde B!omele -. Uninp that Jounal med ant footh unem ull : N In.. . i-, ..-ltahl *zt1.lied hotel in aity: free lpte-. 'cola .rt I
-r t Mtor Z or rMass or loa. Yours for businees. J. N. Andrews. Traaing store. 2;QoLItis* the and get what youm Why not try it .. .; .. 1, |..;tim,. it .rviee. Rates S1..J and 2_oo. Spe-J W.earJ. S
ao ctlmn them and get what you want I'homne l.:. 2loitim* il tames by week. S. Jenkins, Prop. ljI-bewne 11.4
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enscola. Florieda.


tory store, glass front;
eight room residence.
years. Stock of gen-

vet of Olive. Fla., 50
an trees, 4 to 5 years
,h and school within
nce $200.00 per annum,

ultivation, five miles
mpa. Price, $25M.00.
count for all cash.
estate of any descrip-


Phone 979.

rt Barrancas Schedule.
-rsday. October 1, 19.
a. Leave Ft. Barrancas.
.............. 6:@ s. m.
.............. 7:15 a. .n.
............... :00 a. nh.
............... 9:45 a. m.
............... %:3 a a. m.
.............. 10:1. a. nm.
.............. 11:00 a. m.
.............. 11:45 a. m.
.............. 12:30 p. e
............... 1:15 p. m .
.............. 2:00 p. in.
.............. 2:45 p. m .
.............. 3:30 p. m.
.............. 4:15 p. nm.
.....Sat. only 5:10 p..m.
only. 5:45 p. m. :00O p. in.
p. m. 6:120p. In. 7:00 p. r,.
p. m. 7:15 p. m. 7:30 p. r-.
. in. 8:00 p. m. B:3.0 p .
p. m. R:4.5 pmin. 9:30 p. .
p.m. 9:.29 p m.10:34 p. m.
P. m. 1.:15. p. m.1.:30 p. m.
p. in. I1 :"$ ). m.
pn. 11:' p '. m.
traln from Pensaeola will
tain hle-eafter. The 5:10
Barraneas will make all
Saturday, when a orcal
Flig Ba.".xm at 5:20 p. m.
Rig Bp you local will he
cept on Saturday after-
eaves Pensacola at
.:15 a.m.
l0:1. a. m.
3.:3 p. m.
ht leaves Pensacola at
!:15 p. im.
-s Pensaeola at 7:00 a. Ta.
:00 a. ni.. and from that
eek day schedule will be
t a car will leave Fort
)0 p. m. Instead of ;:10 p.
will make hut one trip.
a at 9:.0 a. m.
shing to go to West Hill
Hill cars and transfer to
it IA &Rua and Devillier
every week day after 5
ays after 'I p. m., whea
will run through PalafoK
loff.'e and to West Hill.

ulf Steamship Co.
with the Atlnta SC.
illway steamship Mentee
aenger service between
a, Panama City, St. An-
mnd all points on St. An-
ling connections with A.
rains Panama City, Tue.
Information for frelgM
at, apply is
Phone 1250.

e.0 tIn r a-.*teed, r
it mortgages on r ea
mount ai-o.n 0SS, upn
aiatfox Street. l^S "
S S per cent. t i
not. you do t gt al
o you. We cam piage
does if pay u lad
I^Ue ~ ii -LrSS 1 '

nD m orta Se.
SC.. w.xA ---
D. a reea estate
=ty n the Cetyn oP.
motlce. Terms ea. 1
Suthl P11an r

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

An Investment.
We.have for sale at a sacrifice to right party. a large sash. dor and
blind factory ar.d panning mill. situated at Bagdad and Pensacola, Fla. This
p!ant Is up-to-date In every way and can be purchased on very reasonaki

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4wom od wow RVO at Jt
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.k TAL-Nsr Jor tJ
4r. our em mfe tuck nrl o
U1 ~p~~In the Saw Minilof tae
Pr 7 14= = IAmr CCor-
S La whik ,-lace





a t 7:30. Sabbath 'School ,:3' a. U m.
1 known makers of Rochester and Phila- e, 'tv Sabbath S'3chol a:. nr -pm.
All are cordially invited. The*Pas- as l C on ac or
tor will conduct servic-.s < ach Friday
evening at 7:30 at New City Mission. -_ast S.
Jill. J. S.
SNew City Sunday chool---Corner 13th Electrical fixtures, desk lights,
work shirts avenue and Blount street. at 3:30 n C. telephone brackets, etc.
c F. Zeek. supt. C. V. Thompson In charge NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE
If A14 to 17 of Bible class. All are welcome. NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE.
lige Shirtssizes 14 to 17 69c LTHER NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL.
598 German Lutheran Church.-Rev. J. F.
50 at Reinhardt. pptor. Sunday School E.W .PEAKE,
0 9a. m. German services at 10:30 a. m.
ads $2 50, at $1 59 "n""ih service at p. in. Confession at Phones 345 and 955.
cads $2 u,50, a$1.596:30 p. m.
Norwegian Seamen's Church.-Rev. .no.
Helle. Pastor. Services 10:30 a m.;
al 69c EngUsh service at 7 p. m. / COTTRELL.
S. CSa lvation Army-Hall 20 West Gov- Fine
ernment St. Capt. and Mrs. J. W. McAfee PHOTOGRAPHS.
I* i / n charge. Junior services ":30 p. ni.. A
$6795 Salvation Army meeting S p. m. Ser- ensaola, Fla.
vleas every night, excepting Monday. at la.
.+ .Q 0 p: m. A cordial welcome will be ex-
$7* a $ 70 tended to all.
8 ~Y. M. C. A.
-* *Y. M. C. A.-Association building open
C from 3 to 6 p. m. Sunday Club 6:30 p. m.
CBible Caa 3^0 p. in4 Bible Teach-
,* i" 1 at g Cass "'Thudy 8 p. min. Open -- ^
*difrom g a. an. to 10 p. m. Visitors cor- M pi f S5s-
wecome. tpw 1W S
Regular services at the First Christian
Church. conducted by the minister. Tbos.
ianox. P, reach iMg at 11 ar m. and 7:3
i. Subject for the morning. -Working
L tohe Vineyard." SubJect for the even- -W -SO'
Xet the CapQtai. Owners.
BARACA CLAS. t U or sees of the Nor-
J. D m a apartment Sto es Stoc Las O the irt Me. Chcb wi1 = e o sdeb :
Suiet Sunday morning at the Caden trttbyhe r of said,
Street 4ethodist Cwch. at corner of vessel.
OMadeno street and 9th avenue. H. WALDAAMAT.
_This__ChurchON_&_---C_. Jackso ad GULF TRANSIT c'O.. Captain.
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New Houses and the Light



ThIae who are building new houses should cm
sider carfuly the light qusti Gas makes the
mot perfect, even and uniform light knmwn to sc-
ence, and is more ecoomical, too. Light with Gas.

ftW 1-- i tiled la0t nisht. C"a. Br. s. oilnna 212%. PB-
0 eqm, Chlt. to at Tnsfit Co. I
BZelNt r Iaey. cafrt a Uo Biarktron, Br -, Golorne, a291, for
KTto red ot J. J. ce(aatl Mio Jneiro to Golf Traat Co. i
& s at Frlt a telt here Chas. LeCo-~ ]wh- -,-a Lete1.
at 4 m. am ytady in tow of the 1446, Cardif to Golf Transit Co.
tag Diie. .. Br. as. Barkston, Rio "Jaaero to
Glf Trat to. I
_Tlhe ark will be moved Mokn HoIllingsde, Br as, Williams. 1713.
day rem Bayfsi street whar to Com- Dakar to South Atlantic Steamship
em ~-~ mt-. 1ft4koe on c-O
SNiobe, Ital ship, Bozzo, 1482, Mote MUSIC APPROPRIATE TO TIiE
The M--k ea 'Mm arrived yester- video to Rosasco Bros.
dar t EN auders & Co. with a N p Aresen, 90. LST SUNDAY OF CHURCH'S
a iholt LS.S of groupers Mnd Buenos Ayres to A. Zeiw YEAR TO SE RENDERED AT THE
rVA 1141S Barks.
te W ship Mabella ailed la. Nor. bk.. Hae, 534, Bahia CHURCH OF PHRIST THIS EVE-
SIrwegl p abe ld Blanca to A. Zeliu .N .
t. Oceam, Bus bk, Erfhee, 1239, Ro N"' X
UsT OF VKs4w-s IN PORT. Jaeiro to A. zellus.
Berths.N M aamm 16o, Beliz Pwrto Cabello to A. Zeli. The loin music appropriate
to t 'tMgt co. Nordlyset, Nor bk, Christensen, the last Sunday of the church's year,
Hanaah M. Bll. Br. s., Cooper, 146. Buenos Ayres to master. will -e rendered after the evening ser- R[W
183. Vera. Cfru to South Atlantic Mo Antonio, Span. bk, Roura, 1242, vice today at Christ church:
stoamu hip Co. Havana t master. Mendelssohn's second organ sonata,'
Teare, Ans, as, Ivasich, 2381, Layo Adagio, Allegro and Fuge. W. R. Irby, Branch of the American
Triete to Qmu 'rpait Co. If you want rv Block Braga's "Angel's Serenade." Tobacco Co., New Orleans, La.
Saetrta. Br. m. aylor, 2112, B est's march a la Capella in D.
3re e tJ. A M.rritt & Co.. Wood, Call Phone 719 or 177. Miss Daisy Hallmark will sing
_"0 rest in the Lord," from Meadels- Alcanis Sts. Bible School 9:45 a. m. and
sohn's Elijah. preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., by
Sns___ Flavil Hall. an evangelist of the church,
who is conducting a series of meetings,
SERVICES TODAY. which will continue throughout the week
each day at 7:30 p. in. Prayer meeting
Ministers are respectfully request- Wednesday at 7:30 p. im., and topic mee-
at their respective churches. Notices UNIVERSALIST CHURCH.
ror this column should reach The Firt Universalist Church-East Chase
Journal not later than 6 p. m. on Sat- street. Rev. Charles P, Hall, pastor, reai-
urday of each week. dence Gullemnarde and Gonzalez streets.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun-
The order of service day school 10 a. m. Y. P. C. U. at 6:30
The order of services at the various p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesdy at 7:30
churches In ndnear Pensacol to-day p.m. A most oordiat-invitation Is extend-
Jwill b1e a follows: ed to all.
St. Michael's Church.--Frst Mass at MAZDAZNAN.
7 a. m.; Children's Maps, 9 a- m., Last Mal;aznan conegation holds services
Mass, 10:30 a. m. Rosary and Vespers at at 11 a. m. and p. m., room 390 Brent
4 p. m., Benediction 5 k). m., baptism Buldling. Miss A. Carlen, reader. The
M. Cd public is invited.
this sale. You can then testify to the Crt--un-
Vames with p nstrustion, at n and 9:30 CHMUoiOF CHRIST. SCIENTISTS.
Srm.; Vesmpr Rosary and Benediction of Fi t Chrch of Christ. ScelMtlst-
gains have never before len actually de the Blnt t p. B- Rm 12-14 Masoi Temple. :
hayms at 1 ad 2p. m. or by appointment. gndy, 11 ain..; Wednesday. 4 P. m.
Week day!: Mss at 7:30 a. m.
SConfealoes frdm 4 to 9 p. m. on the
evenings before Sundays, Holy Days of Just the thing for father,
O h eOblIgation and FaItt Frlda l Also e . -very-.
morning b eor the Mas. brother or sweetheart.. A
me YOUhave tailcdso iar to a ad a-
BAPTIST. nice Meerscham Pipe. Call
First Batist C~T .ch.-Rev. T,. M.
at is not. l o.tor Cawaye 11R. w. at the Imperial Cigar Stores
Sden street. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. K. L ~
Str stock ho be id d h Beggs. ,upt. Preaching services 11 a. and have a look at their
the stock has to be sold and has been a P. U. :30id line of Xmarayer seipe
vices Wednesday morning., 7 0. All ar sple nid le of X as Pi
9rS that will ablte s1 d l it RE- mcordially Invited. At the 11 a. m. service.
p es that will enable me to sell i. t ole- S upt. of the Anti-Sa-s t
loon Leaue of Florda, will preach. Reau- Where is the Man?
COST AND VALUE. |ar Hservices at----
Keat HM 844-ist Church.-Between
GaCdSda ad Ja"ckson streets, on 13th
2n @nl and 4th Sundays In each month. -
"any and you need goods, you will cer- !:911 a: m. and T:s6u. m-'osrvics.a
at 11 a. i. and T:45 p. m. No services at -
S7:45 p. m. to-day, on account of the pro- NOTICE, F. A A. M. NO. 15.
SUr y U C r to the riht lC hibit en lecture at the Gadsden Street Members of sEscambia Lodge No.
e sure y u om eMto the right pl e methodist church. Sunday school every 15. F. & A. M.. are requested to
e a s Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Prayer meet- meet at their hall at 2:30 o'clock
e oSin OUt sale in thi cit* very Wednesday night at 7:4,p. m p. m., Sunday. Nov.22. for the
B. I. P- U. every Sunday at 6:45 b. m. purpose of attending special
West Hill Baptist Church.-1912 West rand communication of the grand lodge
Jackson street J. W. Senterfitt. pastor. of Florida, at the laying of corner stone
SPreaeh inglvery first and 3rd Sundays at of the chapel at St. Johns Cemetery.
11 a. i. and 7:30 p. nl. Sunday School Other brothers fraternally invited to at-
every Sunday at 10 a. m. Prayer meet- tead. W. W. WATSON,
tia every Thursday at 7:30 pp m. B. Y. J. QUIGLE. W. M
Ras, R in Rented and the P. U. Puaday at 7:45 p. m. Secretary.
Christ Churchl--Rev. P. H. Whaley, D. Regular Conclave of Coeur
D.. rector. Services at 7:46 and 11 a . De Lion Commandery No.
and 7:30 p. m. Organ recital at night ser- 1. Knights Templar, Mon-
Svice. Sunday school at 9:4 a. m. day, November 23, at 7:30
S, St. KatharIne's Church-Rev. A. M. o'clock. Sojourning Sir
Niles, rector. lSw celebration of the Holy Knights courteously invit-
lw q Communion at 7 a m.: B.unday School ed.
*' *. W, ,,w a. Vpcr m. tfe will also con- -.GYBS. .
I e duct servct s at St. John, Church, War- -A.ecorder.
aleFitchville Domesti~c worth Icnow 7e C ringon, at 7:30 p. m.
Saint Katharine's Guild meets In the F., A. M.
Le t Y k Dit w t 1 ww 7c Rectory on Wednesday afternon at 4:30 Speelal communication of Pensa-
ew orkCOSt t cas p. 1. A col Lodge, No. 42. F. & A. M..
Nkb the case. 6t. Jona's, Warrinrgton.--Eve-alng pray- Tuesday, November 24, at 7:30
r and sermon 7:30 p. m. o'clock Work in the F. C. De-
y Gin ha -gee. Visiting Brethren frater-
S6%ig 4 J METHODIST. nally Invited. T. H. FLEETWOOD.
4 2J D G gha s 8- First Methodist Church-Corner Palafox C. E. SHAKLEFORD. W. M.
AndS C I I S and-Garden. Rev. C. W. Gavin, pastor. Secretary.
S I ', Ji Telephlone 1404, 9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
9 3 J. N. Andrews, superintendent. Regular VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
awe".9C services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Volunteer Veteran PFremen's Associa-
Gaadden Street Methodist Church-Rev.
SF. A. Rogers pastor. Sunday School 9:30 tons meets at Knights of Columbus
a. m., W. R. Bennett, Superintendent Hall the first Friday in eac month
S9 Services at 11 a. m. Evening service at at 7:30 p. m.
15c HoSe cThe Philatelw Bible Class of the Gads- J .N. N
den Street Methodst Church meets every ABE DANIELS, President
Sunday at 9:30 a. m.. in the Sunday Secretary.
P25c iose 19C Scheol Annex. A most cordial Invitation
Is extended to young ladies not attending DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH.
ut l esi |ting Fs a qlJ where. Lillie Williams. President: Naeml L.ed N. 10, Daughters O
tu ds O lannel, ca Daisy Colvin. Secretasy. (Miss) Ethel Rehbkahf mee ev Monday n= at
Clark. Teacher. 3 o'clock at 1. . h F all. a
so..l colors included. Bts*y Pe*le'* Cla-A Clas in cln- "sister c"rdlaly nvt to""" pi
OUg COzOrS CU eetion with the Gadsden Street Sunday REeCCA JOHNSON, N. G.
School for adult persons who do not have POLLY DARLINOTON.
7 n's Ic Handkerch"s TT time to properly prepare the lesson during Secretary.
Cl the week. meets at 9:30 a. m.
M* thodist Mission Church-Corner llth- .
I0 f"u UN f4C' 1 T Ta 4d 14t avenue and DeLeon streets. Preachlngrae D IR E C T O R Y
Sc Mens15 Handkerchefs 10 meeting Thursday. 7:4 p. DIRECTORY
9 M n'N 25. All XT Hdl s ; 19 At M. E. Church-Corner of Navy Yard
SS Linn fs 9c WalI, Sunday. Nov. 2. 1908. Sunday
School opens at 10:30 a. m. At 7:30 p. nm.
endcr 39c All Men's 25c Neckwear 19c T. serie an s s e. es. POFESSIONAL.
Song service and sermon by Rev. Julian
rs 39c All 35c Neckwearbey. Pastor First Presbyterian Dr. Chas. W. Fain
At Gymnasium, at Fort Barrancas. Sun- Dentist.
day. Nov. 22. 1908. Song service begins Charea Moderate.
1 grades 12 per yard up. i .SolO Mr. et. V s Oce., Mo....n l g Next to Dr. Welch's
and a sermon by Rev. W. T. Traciy. Pas-
L0 gra s er y up tor Church of Christ, Pensacola. Fla. Tb Q YATE Y, D.
mdL laces at less than import t3pprice. nep. Sundy School *pen ..YN..
At 7:30 p n. m. services, conducted by Optiun.
*.,^Rev. Runyan. 410 Blount Building.
4 f and r I 1At 7:30 p. mI.. Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1908, Tweae weare *ambnce a an a
r s OrS rCllfanlts I song serve-i and services. ,urale f ee.
StThe public is cordially invited to at-
tend all of above services. DR. J. B. TIT..TER
sh on f st f About 300 its First Presbyterlan Church.-Rev. Julian DENT .
shown on ms floor. rbout 300 suits 8. Sibley, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. 310 Blteut BuildhI 1e .
owno rSUP .....r m. tinm H'ed nirsdav eveinin-'

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It was in*1885 the 'Times-Democrat muck and sawgrass which was every- zealous care. meal or cup of coffee. ;Now. said he. Party Reported as Lost. iidge I left the party and traveled due capture a remnant
oranizedaaexploringparty under the where in evidence, and in broad ex- In the darkness I called to him and I will make .my own coffee and plenty Just before this scene of -flre and west two days before reaching the the Seminole India
control of or Archie Williamsad p entered the Eergads He replied n der, whis broken lroaguage of- it. and he did. No man could make smoke a message had been sent back little e C .vpr.s standing on the border
directed him to proceed to Lake Okee Before taking our departure from being a Dutchman: "Plenty ise mat better coffee thn did Sid Murray or to Fort Myers with letters and dis- water strand was south and deeper far west to occu
chobee. enter the Everglades from its make ter. I does not understand the sitir do it under greater difficulties, patches from the exploring line. The along the western border of the which t-hey had
southern shore and to pass down IeOkeehobeewead to make action; de boats is all together in yon When the point of. departure from messenger saw the smoke behind him. Glades. coursing its way to the Glf pos ing a old
south through its center and into the several attempts to find a point from tam mess. Mine Got: my pooty little th great lake into the broad xp heard the roaring and reported to our of Mexico along the eastern border ng
gulf in the vicinity of the Thousand which to enter the 'Glades. We would boat is so bad ruined so fast. De tam th laknto th broad an friends at home and those of the of the Big Cpress. ot congeal to n
IIladds or Shark river. 'Major Wil- camp in our boats. All moved side boats all come to me it is." I said to of the EFverglades was reached. we- Times-Democrat in New Orleans that Drainin who had leen
liam reached Fort Myers ol the 10th by side and sometimes members of him: "Hollander, push them off." were (onfronted with a difficult propo certainly the whole party bad perished g raica a climate so cquan
of October of that year, and at that the party would make regular evening "Mine Got. I am done my tam best. sition, that of a dense custard apple in the conflagration, and intense in- The question of draining this vast to their mode of lif
polmt prepared ttmself for the labori- visits, passing from one boat to an- I chust push the heads fast back and orchard more than a mile in width. A terest. and anxiety was manifested. In area has created quite a stir all over cially wnen we re
o"s task of penetrating the Everglades other and discuss the situation. One then the sterns make meet. I vush river, afterward named Democrat a few hours a broad, open field pre- the state. Perhaps there never was a age, uncultured co
sad to make a thorough emmination night we were all encamped in our the sterns back and then the tam bel- river, 'was traced, breaking up into seated itself to our astonished vision., question so thoroughly discussed pro for their beloved
of that almost unknown country. I boats under and in a cluster of us- lies come to bump. So mine Got. I creeks, one of which led to the margin As far as the eye could se there was for their beloved c
was invited as a guestt to accompany tard apple trees. The water was chust don't know what comes by me of the 'Glad *s. which gave floata-ze for not a vestige of sawgrass above the and con as this drainage question. It Since that day I
the expedition, and gladly accepted 'about three feet deep and covered and mine pooty leetle boat." Very our flotilla, and out we went. inch by water. We found this a great help wa"s thiL trip through the Glades and acquainted with thi
the invitation. We had boats galore, with the sweet custard apples drop- soon one of the party came to his re- inch. Our course was due south by and relief, and we made fairly good many observations at that time, which. oppressed race and
Most of which were fancy boats, built ping from the trees. It was near the lief and drew his "pooty leetle boat" the compass. A tall cypress tree headway. The tenth day after leavr convinced me more than ever before atone, in every po
at Racine, Wis.. for the express pur- lake and we were exposed to the out of the "tam mess." as -he termed stood majestically at the point of de- ing Lake Okeechobee the tall lone cy that the drainage of the Everglades tins committed toi
pose, some of which were very light. swells and waves from that inland it, and selected anf open space for Hol- parture from the famous apple or- press mentioned before could be seet. was absolutely practicable and of in- race. however, they
It Which two men could be fairly com- sea. 'During the night a gale set in lander to ride the high seas of the ichard. Some days more through a directly in the rear. Looking west. mense value after drainage. I am cumb to the ine
portable. I was presented with one of from the lake and we had a lively time great Okeechobee with safety. wall of tall, stiff sawgrass, with from with good field glasses the little cy- charitable toward those who oppose it railroad has surror
them wad one man, and requested to during the entire night. The wine Cooking Boat Lost. one to two feet of water. Occasional- press swamp embracing about ten in a common sense way, because they east and south an
act as guide to the party, always lead- fairly howled through those old storm .t ly an open space of an acre or two acres, standing on the western margin do not know of its great importance, near future, one wi
g the way. Sid Murray, a great big beaten tres, growing in three feet of e ad on one of te oas an oil would break the toilsome monotony of of the Everglades. and familiarly Major Williams and party, when I west and.those Ind
hearted, jolly, whole-soul fellow, was water. The waves rolled in great stove and what might be termed our this sawgrass fight. While in one of known as the Little Cy-press. could left him in that wild. unknown region, sess a small pocket
assigned to my boat to be with me and swells and the occupants of these kitchen paraphernalia, knives, spoons, these openings Major Williams issued be seen. It looked in the distance continued his course south, down which soon will dis
assist me, and no man ever 'had a boats had their hands full. The boats plates and such like. Major Williams an order to apply the match. Ye old across that remarkable stretch of through the southern 'Glades and out happy hunting gre
more faithful companion. He was were fairly piling in upon each other. attempted to tow that craft with his timers who have seen the woods on Everglades to be but a few feet above into the Gulf of Mexico, through Shark fearless and powei
Done other than the Sid Murray as Our artist, a crabid kind of a fellow, boat on one occasion across a long fire, think of it. Sawgrass ten feet the horizon of sawgrass, while in no river and up the coast to Punts Rassa, aborigines will be
well known by everybody in and about had a beautiful Racine canoe to him- stretch of Okeechobee from point to high. which had ,been growing for direction south or east could be seen: and Fort Myers. ization. progress a
Port Myers and so much beloved, self, with orders to preserve her and point, all sail up with a fair breeze, years in that rich alluvial soil, with a tree or bush of sufficient strength His write-up of the trip in the New dusty. Then i v
Our party consisted of Col. Charley not allow her scratched or rubbed -up when something happened. The stove all of its dead blades thickly entan- for a turkey to perch upon. We were Orleans Times-Democrat was intense- wild, untutored red
Hopkins of Jacksonville, a good civil against by other boats, and he was try- and kitchen furniture, boat and all. gled in the strong reed-like stems on then about the center of the northern ly interesting. I had been in the of circumstances w
engineer; a photographer from the ing to carry out the order to the letter. were jerked under the sea, where fire, fanned by a strong wind. It was 'Glades, and upon what is claimed to southern 'Glades away back in 1857 line and cast their
same 'city, a Mr. Marshall and Mr. He was near my boat during this con there was six or eight feet of water, a sight incomprehensible to a 'novice. be the backbone ridge of the grea: while in the military service of Uncle palefaced b.-others.
Hollander, an artist of great skill; Ma- fusion and I could hear him groaning, Needless to say that they are there The high flames trying to lick the Everglades. This backbone ridge may Sam, for which *he is now paying me sentiment may cnte
for Williams, Sid Murray and myself, cursing and pushing to keep clear of yet in the -bottom of the lake, there skies, the great black volume of be a new idea to those 'who claim to $8 a month, ture of the destiny
with about a dozen negroes to do the other boats which were bumping him to remain as -relics of the catastrophe smoke, the crackling of the thick. know so much of that vast territory The services rendered as United red, we must ackn<
heavy work. consisting principally of and rubbing the fine -paint and varnish Sid Murray said he was delighted to green stems twisting from condensed At all events the Everglades possess States volunteer, while hard and some ing finger of an A
pushing and pulling our transports from his pet boat which he prized so know that the old oil stove was gone, heat. and the accompanying roar 'was a crest or divide ranging north and what perilous, is robbed of its glory whg does all thing
through and over the vast bed of 'highly and protected with so much that he never could get a good square awt-inspiring and majestic. south and it was from this crest or from the fact we were attempting to man standpoint.

SReminiscenses of an Aged Litigant

He said: "It is my property; it, all
6eJougs to me."
"Have yevr owned it long?" Tc
which he replied:
"YeE, I have been fighting these land
grabbers for more than forty years.
They have been trying to rob me of
my property."
'"Well then. if you nave been fight-
ing thai long you must be a determ
,--- uJ "lt4r ,A LA_ M a!lt."
Catching another hold on his walk
Slg stick and squaring himself around.
he took another chew of tobacco and
r ave nme a more interesting look, say-
S "1 have been a fighter all my life,
and I am still a fighter. I am fighting
the land sharks now; they are trying
to. rob me of my rights."
"*Well. says I. "that kind of fighting
is not very dangerous. Have you
ever heard the cannon roar and
smelled the smoke of real battle?"
"I should say so. 'Many years ago.
followed General Walker In that
f ntful trip to Costa Rica where we
lfo ht the natives in the tll grass.
S I ember General Vil ker as well
as lough It was only yesterday I
caw %im. Ide was the one-.eyed man
of de', ny atnd the braves, of the
brave. 'ur effort to establish'an em-
pire o' go rnment headed by General
Walker in t tral America was a fall-
ure. though wt- iade a hard fight, and
I am glad I was There."
Stopping for a moment or so. mov-
ing his stick about and striking hii
short, stubby beard with his right
F hand. hie said:
"'These land grabbers will do any-
thing to beat a man out of his prop-
erty; they perpetrate frauds and take
advantage of people; they should not
be tolerated."
Relieving that some one had been
trying to take the old man's land
away from -him, I gently inquired:
"Have you owned the land long?"
**I have owned this land all my life."
"Well then, you must have inherited
"It was granted -by the King of
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Quality Price!
Meaie Jupt Right!

'ten months I enjoyed the same liberty
given some other prisoners of walk-
ing on'the outside of the walls-dur-
ing the day.
"'One afternoon an officer asked .upon
what charge I was being held, which
I told him. The officer laughed, and
said: 'Well, well. We will pass you
out tonight.' He said: 'Do not come
to the prison gate this afternoon. a..
mun-set as usual, but remain on the
outside, and I will see that you are'
checked in; get on the boat leaving
the wharf at nine o'clock for the
*other side, and you will have no
trouble in getting away.'
"I followed the suggestion given.
After landing from the island. I re-
mained in the country a month or so
and returned to the city."
He paused for a moment or so. with
ia slight movement of his right hand in
,stroking his beard. His mind' seemed
grasping for another subject, when he
You can't get justice in the courts
here. The supreme court says I have

Jerry Sullivan, Jr.
Spain to my grandfather when Florida
was under the Spanish flag, in recog-
nition of services rendered by a loyal
subject, to the king."
"So it is a- Spanish grant." I inter-
rupted. "and is it very large?"
"Yes. it is about eight hundred ar-
pents and worth more than three hun-
dred thousand dollars."
Pausing for a Moment or so with a
serious expression on his face, he
said: "I have never 'been accorded
my rights under the fourteenth amend-
ment, which suy&, 'No person shall be
deprived of property without de pro-
cess of law.'"
"Who are these land sharks you
speak of, and what are they doing to
"I tell you I have been fighting
them for more than forty years-and
they have been trying to keep me out
of my property; it is mine."
In order to show a sympathetic
spirit to the old man, I remarked:
"They must be very bad and should
be exposed."
The old man become somewhat
warmer. WIth his left hand doubled
and resting on his left leg and -his
right index finger n the.air pointing
towards me in order to give force to
bis expression, he said:
"I have fought the -bench, the bar
and the aristocracy of, this city with-
out a dollar for more than forty years,
and I am still here."
Then he settled back into his seat.
I said: "You must have started this
fight, soon after the surrender."
In reply he said:
"No, I never surrendered: I left the
army the night before Lee surren-
dered. I have always tried to stand
up for what I thought was right, re-
gardwlss of results."
I joined in: "A man of your de-
termined spirit must have had some
friction with Federal authorities dur-
ing the reconstruction days?"
With a new subject in his mind. his
countenance appeared brighter, and he
said: "! was held a prisoner for
about ten months in those days.-"
lie did not mention for what reason
he wa-s hld a prisoner, and being
somewhat curious to know, I suggest-
ed: "You must have given the fed-
eral authorities some trouble."
"I was held on the charge of hav-
lag kMIed a nigger-a black brute who
assalted a white lady within my sight.
I bit the nigger on the head with an
ihon dipper, which lick brought his
cazer to a else. in a. short time. I
w jianmediately arrested, charged
:ith ea'de*r aad held at Fort Pickens
to wait trial. After being there some

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weak and small o
ns, take their cow&u
I send them to tha
y a country for
a horror, a country
inclement climate.
e taste of those re 4
Born and raised Ai
Ie and so congenial
e. No peiul)le. elsp.
member their sav-
ndition, ever mado
and patriotic stan4
country and home.
have become more
s down-trodden and
have endeavored to
ssible way, for the
ward them. As a
are doomed to suc-
vitable. Already a
unded them on the
d later and in tho
ill run down to ta.
lians will only pos-
4t of the peninsula
*solve and the wild
)unds of this once
rful tribe of true
overspread by civil
nd agricultural In-
till be that those
I rethbren perforce
'ill have to fall itr
destiny with their
However, mtrix
'r into this sad 4pf.-
of our brother ixi
owledge the unerr-
ll-Wise Providence
s from a finite hu-

the title, the'outstanding title, and I dier for the arch duke. I would have wine or dine, but attended to business
should have possession. I have a law- been in the thickest of the fight, right and had a brilliant' record. He waste
yer coming here from Texas and there up in the front rank; and 'might now mysteriously knocked from the second -M UST
is something moving now." be lying in a grave on a hill side in story gallery of his boarding house
- With these remarks the old man ap- old Mexico, instead .of fighting these and went -honme with many bones
peared to be more contested, land sharks: I have title by prescrip- broken. never tp return. I made some
"Did you not have fears of being tion: they have no title." inquiries about how it happened, but
hanged for killing a negro during the Anxious to learn something of the never could get anything positive. I
reconstruction days?" land sharks or grabbers as 'he cal. d had my own suspicions. I have had
"No. it never entered my mind. I them, I inquired: "Have you ever some counsel who were able men and
never had any fear. I believe I was had your land in the courts and had who would have carried my suit to a
justified." Then he muttered: "I the advice of counsel learned in the victorious termination'had not death
would send the land grabbers a chal- law?" overtaken them. to my great nmisfor-
lenge to fight a duel this afternoon if With an appearance of extreme dis tune. The fight is still on, just as
I tliught bhey would accept It. I be- satisfaction, he started: strong as it was when I commenced IL i
lieve that a duel is a good way to set- "Yes, I have, I have had more than forty-odd years ago. I will continue."
tle trouble. I am still a believer in it." a score of lawyers from time to time Then I interrupted: "What will be-
In order to .shlft this great land sub- employed In my litigation during these come of the litigation when. you are The Gould Lawyer Sa the
ject from the old man's mind. I said: forty odd years. I have always pre- gone?"
Sj:~-"yu exea r-*en,-n M0t3"?" Jerred to- get non-residout counsel to- With a great d oXe osa, linSoc n ss-de .Sagar
"I had a longing desire to join the handle my suits. I have had them he remarked: }
army of Maxmillian, and I had an as- come here from a long distance, from "It will continue, In a few years
soc.iate who ,was to accompany me Chicago and the Rio Grande. I re- more I may be sleeping in that ceie- Om Ai
frlm New Orleans to serve in the member I had one who came from Chi- tery over there by the side of my peo-
arch duke's army. and upon the eve ot cago, who, after looking into my case pie. but this fight I have waged for so
our departure from New Orleans. we told me that I had an excellent case, many years will be carried to final vic- A special to the Philadell ila Times
learned from an authentic source that and that I would win beyond any ques- tory by others. The fight will continue from New York says: I
the arch duke had failed to secure aid tion. He was wined and toasted by without me, for it is truly said, 'Jus- "Princess de Sagan mrnst either
in Europe, and that ihe empire for the land grabbers before he returned. tice will eventually win.'" give up her children or her title. She
which he was fighting was doomed. A short time afterwards I received a "It certainly will," said I. is woman enough to know there it
"This w-as followed shortly by t'he note from him saying that on account only one alternative. She uust givl
news of his surrender and the death ot of the delicate condition of his wife, A TINY TA Y up the prince and again become Anu
Maxmillian. His, execution was a great he would not be able to handle my can't tell you la words what the trou- na. Gould.
shock to every one. Let me see. this case. and so on with one pretext and ble s. but If its complexion gets With the4 '.ords a lawy',r of Inter-
occurred over forty years ago now. I another they would stop short. pasty, if It gets weaker and weaker, national re;., e who uts had the .-onil-
anm sorry I did nor get upon the battle "'I had one attorney who came here loses flesh and Is crots and peevish dence of '.he Gouhl family foi mantg
tield. I would have been a loyal sol- from a distance and who would not oucan be certainream Vermifuit years last nitzat disposed ct the quws
guaranteed harmless. e pels the tion of wh?:h;r the brile tf Pew.q
Ssguaranteedould sek dve.
worms and puts the baby in a healthy elie would arsb seek plae divoee.r
normal cold and itioamende by W. A. the civil tribal of Pa.-s the at:"'re

can Stare Beauty "w 'itr=. .da S3? it rteehldre
nalk, With 121 South Palafox ast as ola, of the princess away from her ant
Fla place them in charge of their gretuli

Thiz te~rimony has been jro,'urp4
SI Count Boni de Castellane in iia" figu:
Here is Her Letter: to regain his children.
r I have not seen the charges against
"For the past two years I played a I the Prince,' said the Ameiic a's I.T
part that necessitated the wearing of I formant, "'but I know they fiercely as.
a wig. My scalp would perspire un- Ul IIT sail his character. I"e -u charged as
der the wig and it was not long until being a man wios-e in'tfiece as a
dandruff made Its appearance and con- stepfather could ou!'y tenl to dcumor
stantly grew worse. I used every rem- alize the Castellane children.
edy I could find to rid my head of it. "Old Charlie,". the Seminole, Still the Same Gay Heloe.
but to no avail. I finally decided to "And not only do these charges In-
give Newbro's Herpicide a thorough is Said to Be Seen About volve the past life of the prince. They
trial, also concern his present mode of life,
"I cleaned and dried my hair he- Miami alleging that despite his recent dra-
Ifore applying Herpicide and after M matic courtship, his impassioned vows
S" three or four applications I was de of eternal devotion, which fairly shooKl
lighted to see tne dandruff disappear the foundations of two contimBets-
L jand my hair is now as nice as ever. The pioneer citizens of Miami and Prince Helie is still Prince HeUlle--
S "T could not he without Herpicid Dade .county all know "Old Charlie," only richer, more lavish, more fastldr
and I can recommend it most highly the Seminole Indian. father of Jack- iobus than ever. As in the old days.
and believe it will do all that is son Charlie, the young Indian wo. hbe seeks the companionship of vme
claimed for it." was accidentally killed last year by and women 'outside the pale.'
Respectfully, being run over by a train near the "But it is not the upe of her wealtld
(Signed) JT'LIA H. TOBIAS, round house, and each time he visits for the private plpasures of her price,
276 Marston Court, the city, it is expected by those who which I understand Is about to forci4
Detroit. Mich. know him that it will be his last vi- the unfortunate wife to again seeM
it liere. says the Miami Merepolis. her liberty. Though the suit of hew
Old Charlie is in town today, and former husband to regain the c'iill
seems to have no intention of going dress of their marriage is still before
to the "long sleep," for be is as spry the civil tribunal, yet the prl ness
Newbro's Herpicide i the original and agile as ever. In telling his ame has been Informed that unless 9b
dandruff germ destroyer. Until it to a few interested bystanders this obtains a divorce she mst be bereft,
i r t rh afternoon. Old Charlie impressed more of 'aer children.
lProved its worth it was the only o3e. the fact that he is Jackson Charlie's Loves Children Dearly.
Ni N w th're ar, hundreds of imitations- father than of the fact that he is "It has been argued that the only
Even many old time hair remedies Old Charlie. He would be known as reason why Count Boni has brought
now claimm germinidal properties. his son's father rather than father of this action is to get control of that
S me old remedies with new claims. his son Jackson Charlie. part of his former wife's income
Sold remedies with new claims. n telling of his boy the old brave which tae court might set aside for
"W"%hy not get the original. said. "Him an' Long Sleep Charlie go the education and maintenance of his
St. Augustine see Mister Ingranam, children.
big white man. Fine man. Mr. In- "To meet this objection !be-tribunal
g raham he like my boy. White man will in all probability place the chil-
"'BMore Mr n and women have got- all like myboy. Indians !ike my boy dren in the custody of their grand-
a v Jackson Charlie. Him come back St. mother.
ten positive results from the use Augustine train kill 'um. Long Sleep. "At present tae little Castellanes
S.*- of Newbro's Herpicide than from By 'm by- come back maybe." are at a school in Touraine. where the
-'<,9 -, all other hair remedies combined. The old Indian is past seventy-flve mother frequently visits them. Sbe
''and wa spassionatetv fond of the loves them so dearly that it wonl4
late William B. Brickell, whom he vis- kill her to lose them. She would give
cited whenever "e came to the city. up the crown of the queen of Eng-
o The Herpicide Company. Dept. 40, Detroit. Mich.. for sample and booklet. He iL indeed a picturesque figure. land first."
nts and $1.00. At Drug Stores. When you call for Herplcise do
ept a substitute. Applications at Pramine.t Barber They Take the Kinks Out. Moetly Gas.
Semps. W. A. D'Alemberte, Special Agent. "I have used Dr. King's New IAfe "You've headed this article "More
Pills for mazy years, with increasing Bubble in the Talkans,' complained
D m JL U~~ ES l' satisfaction. They take the knlaks out hAe managing editor.
_T oft stomach, liver and bowels, without "Well. that ain't far enough frot
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY. 'AfqS or friction," says N. H.-Brown, the truth to hbrt," rTeponded the culk
SPECIAL AGENT. of Pittsfeld, Vt. Guamrateed esath prit. with a grin.-Louisville Oomguw i
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Personal Letters

The following letters received by
Peter Stanley. from some of the little
-folks, are especially appreciated, an deserve their space- n print:
"Dear Peter Stanley-Mama says
she knowed that little girl you wrote
about in The Journal. and she knowed
Mr. Chipley, too. We live way out
in the country, but mama says she's
going to send me into town to school
/ after while, and that you'll write aice
about me like you did that little girl.
Will you. Mr. Stanley?-Bessie."
I hope, Bessie, I will have tJ pleas-
ure of -writing many nice things about
"Mr. Peter Stanley-I want a gun
for Christmas. We live near the creek
and there is lots of squirrels. Won't
you write a piece in the paper about
boys ought to -have guns when they
are ten years old, so papa will read
it and get one?-Tommie."
Tommie I fully realize how happy
you would .be to have a new gun for
Christmas. I have been a boy once.
and I have not forgotten ii. But sup-
pose you were to accidentally shoot
yourself like another little boy did the
other day? Or shoot your little broth-
er, or sister? Then you -would he
sorry your papa bought you a gun.
There are so many ac-cidents with
Iguns here of late. I think it best for
!you to wait r-ntil yon ar'- older.
IThough, I think you should have a new
saddle and sone nice new books, and
perhaps a new knife.
'Dear Mr. Stanley-Mania and I
want you to write a nice piece against
people getting drunk Chrl.-tmas times.
Papa always reads your pieces, and it
Might do him good. Oh. what a good
Christmas we could -have if he would
not buy any of that old whiskey' I
iam fourteen years old: have three
sister. and two brothers, all younger
J than I, and if papa would only bthy
us all a little .present. instead of
js;wnding all his noney for whiskey-
make Old Santa Claus come down the
ichimney-we would be' he happiest
little 'hand in Florida. Sincerely
i Julia."




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of humanity-the above appeal will
surely reach it. The orphan is to be N
pitied; -but the innocent helpless
child of a drunkard is the most pitiful
picture of misery we care to behold. '-
Vile wretch of the slums' Arise. T
shako the filth of Satan from thy
being. Break away from the shackles BEAR IN MIND Th. t "B
of misery. Be a man, a husband, and have had
a father. Make Santa Clamn come actment of the Pure Food-Laws. TIhe
down the chimney at home this Christ-
mas, even thoah some. diamond-deck- -
ed queeh of the liquor trust t hasn't THE LEW IS B
a thoagand dollars with which to
beautify her Christmas dinner tab!e.
PETER STANLEY. Wholesale Oruggits and Manefac

north. r u:h. eahi ast and est long agoders
eiarncd that the only solution of the
OF L |AR BO RS transportation problem confronting the
|,,o:le of the U'nited State,; lay in the
u;ilization of natural and artificial
OF THE HARBO S watcrways- that congress alone could
iand should undertake Lhe expense in-
cidental therepo, and that none but the
EFFORT WILL BE MADE DURING hbondest policy would suffice. And
sinct- :hen niilll;iii of people have
THE RIVERS AND HARBORS rallid to the stan.lard.
CONGRESS TO AROUSEMORE National. Rivers and Harbors
CONGRESS TO AROonre is. INTEREST IN THIS MATTER but i.- working for the good of all.
lnsii fli-i-'iit a!,prol)riations and the ab-
UPON THE PART OF CONGRESS s'-nce of a defnite plan looking to tlh'
inii;;ing of snall systlems and the ere-
Soecial to Te Journia;. action of a comprehensive, ext.'nsive
New Orleans, Nov. 21. --DriniU the alrl '-fficie'nt waterway transportation
Nalioual Riv-,rs atid iiai;-'ors t'on- Svsteni covering l(ractically the entire
gress. to he held at Washinigton, I). country have made the effort of the
('., November i9. 10 and 11 every ef- National Rivers and Harbors Congress
fort will be made; to create from the nc-re-sary. and leaders in the move-
cumulative interest that has developed ilen(it exprct the \\'ashingtqn meeting
in waterway improvement ;: concrete (in Ik'-e9nihn)-r !. 10 and 11 to produce
force sufficiently effective to fix upon tangible anl far reaching results. The
the e,,deral congresrs a ',road. pro- political administration in power and
gress:ive and adequiatlf poiiicy of river a majority 4;f the members of both
and harbor improvenmelt.- It is e.-y tihe s :nate and hou-se of representa-
sentia:., therefore. in the words or ('on- tives ate orommitted to the policy ad-
grcFsman Jos. E. Ran.m-dll. Il)r:sident vocated by the National Rivers and
of the congress, that strong ,lcga- Harbors Congress and it remains
tions of earnest workers he sent to merely to get the qrt:stion squarely
Washington from every section of the before the federal congress at the
country. right time. in the proper shape and
The motto of the organization is: with the proper popular backing to ob-
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New Orleans, through the Progres-
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Governor Sanders. as usual, will send
strong delegations.
Specially low rates have aeen made
by the Southeastern, the WCe'tern, and
the Transcontinental Passenger Asso-
ciations. by the Southwestern Excur-
zion Burfau and by all other passen-
ger associations, and on these rates
ample time allowance has been made.

Chambertan'm Cough Rhemedy Ik
South Afica. \
South Afria within the b t few yeam haw
gained more prominence, perhaps than ia
ll its pahbistory. It ric diamond mimnm
have won for it an enviable reputation. It
native uprisiags excite yipthy every!
where; while the Boer war, the &eet eP
which will be felt for a long ms to come'
was looked upon with mixed emtios, tlb
world cheering or ameounia, acordi t
the interest iarolved. during thsmcritim
times, its commerce ws crjppey d1 mi
were amsce and only sape aMd were
shipped there. Aon tbe weem else
Chamberlaia'N CoKit eM dy. Itwa ems
there in large quantities, s its reption
for usefulaes and reliability had already
been established. Mr. & Sebmider, ef K(e
feyfontein, Oraage River Colot., ebws by
the following letter that this meie is till
held in high eeem. He my: "I thank
you for your good Coh remedy. I med
it for myself ad three children wmea we
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M la of Nmi; stai. Mie HiHa IM& t, Blat ySa res, at 4 '
SAfternous Imak Clabh; hoStes., ars.. C. D. Byers, at *
At*t: o0 ** a ov m street, 3:30 -pk' *

Tut 5 B f eIa:.h; mal mpm--nale Mdweel, West Gads-
imeity unre 4e0 b; hostess. Ir Dr. Hil 28 t Gads-
IMoIs LtW JU re clab; Sotess, Mrs. Voges oa West Chae
iti ue ee Club, hostess. Mra. L.N. .ari., la e street. 2:30 *
ThLmgirtag ball of Progress Club at K. a C. Sall, 8 p. m.
HalOadum-riith wedding at 302 West latnemecia street, 8 p. m. *
Iomptiom after ceremony at 32 W. nuvnd'a4a street.
IfleBoMwiia wedding at 1M00 N. Baylea street, 8:30 p. a.
gSi"l On Club; hostess, Mrs. John Jamobsea, 12 N. Devillier *
stist, at :3 p. .
ftstime Bochre club. hostess. Mrs. W. Lisdstr, 8 p.m.
Prograisive nchre at Pragressu club, S p. m.
-New Cty omg* Club, compUlImentary to Mrs. C. Pebley; beht-
Mrs. f, M. WUIamr, row r 14th avaue aad 14th street. 3:30

SAfternoon Receptim at First Presbyterian Charch parlors.
Afternoon Club; hostess, Mrs. M. D. Merritt, Romana

et Thtrday Ma ft club; heater, Miss Hildo
Bayahore, at 11 a. m.
at Browning club; hatesa, Mrs. John Beard, Bayashore, *
I wedding. 219 N. CevaloA street. aeon

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r clouds o'erspused the
abu their boarded stares of
I hear the warning cry
SLa~ d by my Mary ame.
tmrk ay door I *ai,
a n voice of pain:
WilMaM HerMy., wipe yar

I'm willing to comply,
seeming through the lane
Ie ie trai b
imrbest D s witall retain.
I t m I4ther aet,
5.4 atip st-
Hry, wie your

tot ast ateb were same?
i os tmper that win try,
4beg ureM s veo. be ant
I would not profane,
I rcy..t, Ia' too d-acreet,
alw raiefse cuba-
ilJls Henry, wipe yoUr

.-r I w"h you would rerain
aayiag that." I cry is beat.
Myofa t2hw k astraita,
,e heary, wipe yoar'
-Mary Hall Cook.
Snrles cdb met yesterday
ai at the home of Mr. Joh C.
* Ga street. the poem
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Ue S uew iurcM. HLS Ca-
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lag "Childe Harold to the Dark Tow-
er Came." which is ne the poet's
mater pieces, and which was insplr-
l iy a Itee tan Shakespeare. The
aMftMS m wa a beae~fral oae from
mTAy standpoint, much valuable dis-
casion aving been enjoyed by the.

Misse ReS etn d Lah Cahn are
endi a i& IglUil time at Demop.
is, Ala, amW they have beed for
e past week, end where they will
tiwe tbe sOi*na of MIss Adelaide
moa, "ehih wo e ta*aIy. Miss
oh will set a mM of baor at
e bHraLt wseOIg of- tils popular
Mmopolls young lady who has been
Wui o I wf Pfir -ltriends
vel tima Iavilw 4llldm g her.
If to all with wjpom abe came in con.
ct. -.Awm r Me mf.: : Misses
ha will loa, tar Netgomery.
here they wll attenI a round of
easat esveL grminent among
aich will be the opening ball of
e Stanlard-,club 4t that city.
The Neads0 wl0 meet at tCe home
Miss HUId Blount on the bayshore
morrow at 4 'clock, the -nbject for
i aternsw to be "The Story of
nyrua." Mrs. Mallory KPanedy will
d a Caper settled "80ope Arotable
teas," 9**llity Moasreas" to be
e subject of Mrs. R. M. Bushnell.
Im Fan Warn will give a talk on
teamirams.' An eqtiooally inar
testing aftenmeoa s anticipated.
.UYl O MSrr. /
Mrs. C. D. a.f w e iaMten at
e regtmer wetts oft iae Monday
ernoon ilhr1*e elb, the club, how-
er. to meet t the liomne of Mr.
Mitrem a Govermnmet street. The
b in a pepOfr ae0, and a full at-
adine is s eipAeg.
mitead 4C the'- epgar meeting of
SNew City" Flinh club this week,
pretty oeMVmentary aJr is to
cur on WudaeuIy ftnOMoa at the
me of Mrs. TY . W4lmai, on 14th
mine. In howmer a M. J. C. Peb-
. recently airihved fam El Paso,
MaI. Mrs. Ltble who was a proni-
Wt Pemcola dub wmnaa. before
Smad Mr. Pehley wee forced to
ve tor the~ oat aea aout of the
terms health, ia o5pldar with a
ge number of lol uds, and a
abr -Vof A.ev e-i: Orbs, the
uber s a O A win lb e b prs-
t at W _edPn j qi rtlg event.
S t N IJ irD. 71m friends
ht-oin p I pn-ui M t rlI he
!kto -W~~el8~ dme, and a

Wat el t a TOt a eo

be ladies at f' rsPt Prebyterian
irch will b4l amspOtni next Fri-
Safternoon in the C urch parlors,
w*tlch all &lad1.- t11 -hLurcb are
dianly Invited. bates of im-
taune is to le radir isoeeostm and
interesting fteramo-npea'n-ined.
whilee playim-wm -several of her
le comrMes, reoitlt Uittle- Lotta
Watson fell. cutting her knees so
orely that 4OeadO steitha were
ught necessary by the "attending
rsiela. Her mawy friends will be
based to learn, however, that no se-
Is complications are anticipated.
n account of the fct that next
rsmday is ThaaksgivIng. aud many
the fair members of the local clubs
Ich meet -Wiarly am'that day are
ected to gmdM tM mamdly dinner
Ae la the car.fp oereacity of
stess. there will be two c.1nges in
local social dqleara -t the week.
e New City af elab. instead of
etlag on Thnomw. will meet on
duesday. wbUo l t0I Turday Morn-
Bridge will b.e stponed until

There will be two attrctive
weddings tis week in PFe



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both falling oa Wedesday ght. At
8 o'clock, the Hou&IseI-Ga' wed-
ding will occur at the ome at the
bride on West Intendencia street, ant
at 8:30 o'clock, the Rice-Baldwin
marriage will occur at the Rice home
on North Baylen steret. Both events
are to be exceptionally beatful, aut-
umn blossoms and many native greens
to be used ,in decorating each of t'ie
pretty bomis. Miss Holifeld is one
of the city's best loved young ladies
and Mr. Griffith needs no introduc-
tion in local circles. where be. is gen-
erally and thoroughly respected. Miss
Rice, who is to wed a young Tennes-
see physician is a charming young
lady and popular among a large num-
ber of local admirer.. Dr. Baldwin,
the groom, comes to the city to claim
his bride with the best of recommend-
ations, and belong- to one of the fore-
most families of the state which he

What a lot of pleasure in life the
girl owes to her man friends-yet how
many perplexities these same man
friends occasion! Yoir will notice that
I do not refer to the heartaches men
can cause, because they form another
story. Today we are going to talk
just about man friends, not the men
you girls really, truly love or who
love you.
You see, I receive many, many let-
ters from girls asking how to treat
men in their own homes and in pub-
lic. what presents they may accept or
give and scores of similar inquiries.
Often I wonder if all these girls are
motherless, or is the American moth-
er so absorbed in making both ends of
the family income meet or getting
through with the tall sewing, that she
cannot be troubled with questions.
Just tor a half-hour I mean to usurp
the .place of these mothers who must
be so extremely busy and talk frank.
ly with their girls.
One girl writes: I spoke of an ac-
quaintance the other night as a gen-
tleman friend, and a Jadr who was
visiting us laughed. Why"

Not having been present, I cannot
explain just why the guest laughed,
but I can imagine. It was because
this girl spoke of a man as her gen-
tlemar friend. That little phrase is
obsolete, fallen into disuse. In the
,good old days we had gentlemen and
Jadies who were in a clas by'them-
selves and deserved the titles, but of
late years the words 'have been so
abused that they are no longer good
form. The poor little sweatshop girl
whose escort to the hackma'6 mutual
ball may be a third-rate pugilist, al-
ways calls him her "gentleman friend"
consequently girls who are up to date
have "man friends."'
Then the dreadful problem of calls
from men-how many girls write
about that?
"May I ask a man to call upon me?'-
Certainly you may-but not the rst
time you meet him unlles it is at a
house party or week-end stay where
you become friendly at this, your first
visit to a mutual friend. Generally a
girl waits untill she has met a man

several times before extending tne f
vor, for as a favor she must regard

Its quality bleeding a*d freo-
mesm make its Ior Jst right. Coff I

Sld everywhere, 25 cent 1-lb can.


No young woman accepts any invi-
tations to the theater, dances, etc.,
from a man who has not called at her
home. lie must call before entertain-
ing her away from the house.
In both cities and towns girls under
twenty go to the theater with men un-
chaperoned, but they do not go to res-
taurants for supper after the play.
If a young man comes from a dis-
ant city to see a girl, he does not be-
come a guest at her home upon his
own suggestion. If he. writes of his
coming end the girl's family desire to
entertain him. the letter of invitation
is written by the mother or by the girl
in her mother's name. If he is a
stranger to the family and this is his
first trip to see the girl ,he should ar-
range to stopxt a hotel and call on
her after registering at the hotel, dis-
posing of his luggage and removing
all trace of travel.
A girl writing to a mere man ac-
quaiatance addresses him as "My dear
Mr. Smith." and not until he is count-
ed as an p)d friend oes she address.
him as "'Dear Jack. iHer sulfserip-
ton must be equally unaffected and im-
personal "Yours sincerely," or "very
cordially yours," never "lovingly
yours." Save something for your en-
gagement letters, do!
IA man who is merely a friend does
not call oftener than once a week on a
girl, and if they are living in different
cities they do not write oftener than
once a week.

A girl never accepts expensive pres-
ents from a man to whom she is not
engaged. Flowers. books, bonbons and
music or some trinket pertaining to
the girJ's particular 'hobby, like pho.
tography, golf, etc., are permissible,
never jewelry. And she never sug-
gests that a man take her to any

7Te Joarnal'f Dattr Fashion Feature

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This costume, although it s depleted in the sketch as an evening
gown, could be made up for less formal wear by adding a yoke and collar
of lace--hich would conert tie gown into one suitable for theatre or
informal evening wear. The h l gown was in mauve Liberty atin,
the long trained skirt being trtmmo witSt knotted sashes of the material.
Tae ornamentation of the bbaloslo carried out the lkactted trim-
ming..aad the raised waistlinte Ws eatald by flat shirrings. The plastron
and little empiecemaets ofe Ic 4ak-e the holders were of Mechlin. em-
broidered lightly in shades of maavo and ald.

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Con*Mlidatd Grscey C9. Diwrbs



Occasionally take the powder puff
and clean it in gasoline, frequently
changing the gasoline to get the puff
perfectly clean. Bear in mind that
the puff gets as badly soiled as a
towel or face cloth and should not be
used long without being cleaned.
The fashionable hairdressig of the
season shows the hair parted in the
front or a little at one side as consid-
ered becoming. It is puffed at the
side and taken back to the crown of
the head and nape of the neck, de-
pending upon the quantity of the hair.
Under no circumstances rub soap
into white hair. Put it into a warm
or hot suds and use fresh water freely
for rinsing and be liberal with soft,
warm towels when drying. Avoid a
yellow or green soap that contains al-
kali and makes the hair yellow. Use
pure castie toap that as previously
been reduced to a jelly in warm rain
water, to which a little bay rum ha
been added.










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shaped until they bleed, eoat with
pure benzoin, diuted with alcehoL
This is somewhat mf but It is a
very powerful -trfig"wt iu d ants to-
gether the ragg d 4W wouds.
When you leark W lt a tvat tiler-
eoce there is hetWrm or4ymy ex-
tracts and the sa einr Bl u Riblon,
nothing but Blue.. ibba vaiU

Additional Socet

The eyebrows should receive as e Pap 12
much attention a& any other part of- "w w
the body. With a little cold cream as
the singer tips rub the eyebrows gent-
lv. so as to remove any possible dan- ff L In
druff, since they often have a little in L U
them. Thea wa them then with a solu- F r
tion made of water aad.a little alco- US L I L"/ It ll
hol. First brush them straight up to- ;
ward the hair aad then straight down,
and the line will be thin and well |h | l l B L
shaped. I costaatly treated in this | .1 m me
manner the eyebrows will soon be a | l l t g- |TWOI
beao theal s.7% The upalhing up at obileW r
the outward tip gives a coqettish ex-
presslon to sometaces- TEAM WILL O 4M0 FiMSi A@ LA
It you want to keep your hair Ine AND, PLAY Tn4 iMWe COUg -
good coditoan use wrm rain water on
it. Put a bucket outin every shower TRY CLUB TEAM t N ThAT CTlV
to catch eaihco water to use. Whnen .. ......
you are ready to wash your hair put ON THANKSOMn n .
this rain water on to beat, either in .
your i e or in the kitchen, and let t
it get slightly warn. into two cnps A ga team po o ebers
of it beat the yolks of two eggs, add a of the Pensacola C, otry club ll
teaspoonful of borax and apply this lay a game with h gO* t-m of the
mixture to the hair. Rub it well Mobile Clumtry embo Tkhanlk_ ac
into the scalp, gather up all the loose Day i. Mobile. A Ite.tresting pro-
ends of hair, turn them over into the gram for the eatnrtesiment of Vie ls-
basin uJad ee that they are thorough- itors has een a yM ae ty Mo
ly cleansed. Then, pour the rest of bile Country club an Ia wt ejaoy-
the rain water, also heated, over the able time s antidpated by the golfrs
head and give it a good washing- and their aIW y friends who will ac-
Rinse off with aold water and let it compay ahem.. -Tey wil leave en-
dry in o the o aair60 Wednesday and ill e ~he
dry o the air. piguests Of the MobHie Oltry club
SThe harmless, greaseless ointments during their stay i the Albma dty.
for the faoe. while beneficial, do not -ioellowing.gentlemen will repre-
possess the curative powers ae oily ,ent the Pessacoi totry club in
ointments, for it is the lack of natural: tb. golf game: .
oils in the skin that causes the cold J S. m eGauseJ, A. WaLm-re, W.
weather trouble chappingg. -erhaps Nar h Read, J. M. M.O., bA. C.
nothing is more soothirg to the storm- l .ou.nt. Jr, Joh. 3. p MaweU. e..
beateut face than cocoat butter. It W. Wright, ft. I. si9m'ap, W. A.
costs oly 10 cents a cake, and a sma ll; Blmlt Jr, Adair guas, P. W.
cake lasts for a long lime. It d osReilly, W. A. Pt ther, WF- W is,
not possess the rancid odor noticeable W. Lamar, Dr. 0. .
in many fte ointments. Glycerine is'John W.. Bnlock, Jr.
very Injurious to a skin that burns A IES T APWW A WI
from the splicatioa of strong lotions. LADIEZ AU TT RY
but it can be used with olive oil. cut B. of L. K. MBSI
with alcohol. This is a good prepara- ,r. T&JUA ax r o 1h
tion for the hands. Pure unsalted but- erhood of Locomostive a Wil
ter makft a good lotion for chapped'meet Tuesday after ot 1 ore'dek.
lips. Camphericeo ives relile when All members e t.-od .--t J-
,the ska I broken. U the lips are itlation.
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Our darling Malise,'who diet "l.
member 15th, 1908.
Far from thy loved noes here e o-rt
Thy gentle spirit wtua l its g3
But memories dear esll thy
Through saddest hours, Oy I
But what a glorious thought, at ut
When we with all owr som ~111
And all life's pain sad uerw g 9a 1
You will open for as the wat

We desire to sincerely than o
friends and nelgboers for the hIe'
ness and sympathy s awn a dWur
the Illness and death of our ha" y
daughter, Malize.


Every day. The Ercamnt

Oyster Depot has moved to

112 South Palafox St, Pbhoe

We beg to annone tat
we are exclusive and aote
agents in Peisacola for





Purity, icelie"ry,
Quality Guarantg

pames MclHo s'

Th.4ior '~c i~

ace of
.g etc.
om him

entertainment, theater, driv-
The suggestion must come


ing of Black Hats is attracting

widespread attention.



No 5 South Palafox Street.

Children and Misses

Trimmed Hats.

A very complete line now

in stockEsecially priced

01-40 to #40980

For. school children--Felt Sailors,

50 cents. All colors


11 East Intendencia St.

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And last there is the girl who
rites, "What shall I do if a man
sses me imawares? I do not want
m to do this, but I do want to hold
s frendshp."
My answer to this girl is, "do not try
keep his frlendsjhip. He is not the
pe of man whose friendship is worth
Bags made of cheesecloth, eight
ehes square, filled with oatmeal,
me powdered borax, pulverized cas-
soap and a little powdered orris
o, and uxed ia 4-e bath, are delight-
ily refreshing.
Cold water should not be taken dur-
g any meal. This sudden deluge on
e food in the stomach chills it and
events the digestive juices from
ing freely, thus letting thte food lie
ssive and causing acute indigestion.








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Fine first showing in these parlors

to-morrow. Four of these latest

models of the Fall and Winter sea-

son are in the new reds. The show-

The man who asks the privilege
calling may place the girl in a mo
embarrassing position. For some re
son she may ot desire to have the
acquaintance advance further, and y
she dislikes to appear inhospitable.
man will show in little ways hisdesi
to continue the acquaintance. A gi
does not invite a man who is clear
indifferent to her. And the simple
mode of invitation is to say. "We a
always home Sunday afternoon at
evenings." or whatever time yor a
your mother arrange to be at home e
If the new caller is an Americi
man you may introduce him to yoe
parents, who are then at liberty to r
tire from the parlor to the library
sitting room and leave you to enter
tain the man. This is a custom in a
American homes, but first he shou
certainly meet your mother, or father
in case your mother is dead-whocv
is socially the head of your house.
But if he is a foreigner, do not tal
this chance. In Europe a chaperon
always present during a man's ca
and the breezy, easy ways of tl
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Stories of the Streets and Town j
sf'' **S -

The man who rolls IL I':intit 'round
the block to pay a bet,
And says as be perapires. "I'a the
best fua I've had )et,".
Is the same tldividtal who is share
to fume and frown.
If he has to move th'- bookcase so
the carpet can go dowu.

"The stisgy thing! She just pick-
ed up that penny as a* bluff! I'll
never go shopping with her again."
While the one in brown said to her
better half;
"Close! I never saw such a close
woman in nay life. Why. she actually
forced me to pay both fares. Isn't it
queer how stingy some people can

Peter Stanley.
I am 4ii:iag by the meadow
Where the breeze's sweet perftimle
Fioais on Zephyru's placid bosom
And sets my soul with love astune.
In ;he dream of retrospection.
Memory brings a scene so near.
I can breathe the scent of roses
That my sweetheart ustd to wear.

I closh my eyelids for an hour
That the sweetness of the dream
3ay not tasliz the bitter flavor
In lie really empty .scene.


In the Right Place
At the Right Time
That's i-where you want it-when
you want it-- i if you emly
knew how easy it is tocarry from
room to room-and how much
l i -*rt

S1 ek" A' lance. The wonderful
@ imalwcvry.. -b above illustration ph
Sham wb & few weeks' wean of
or applilace will do No oO
%pMf or pads. Has automatic
=cU i. Binds and draws the- bi
h bMese as you wou'd a bri
Wr o mbIw 1 No lies. hurnh!e. c-
P SepL. 10, '*1. Sent on trial to p

U 11160114& V EL r wAvn' -Yon-g lad wh ai chenwy comfort you canh nave wii a
I wish't I knew wher3 I could ge-t WANT(ED- Young lady who can Her silken skirts are Jd.-ly brishing
holt of' a little bunch o" stuff," said like an heiress, to fall into the water All the dew-drups from ihe n raises; -n PF EI N
lh bu w obIkeH ll graceful f are inl PER FECTION fishing
the yous hsapl with t oe f ca'J dand be rescued once a Week by su"- The lender ioletz" as -he, passe-.
derby, as he scraped his pot of bans 'ceeitlble young men. Good salary t,.r PER FECTIO
ande fro t the catch buttlr w a good looker. Bring bathing suit Her dimplhd face al tl,nased with ",luhes, s
ant^e from the catehuA buttl.- and winning smile. Cozy point Ho ,a te sa w oe nHr
"Hbaat do you want?" ase*i the tel. "1ars the same sweet smil, s of love,
new proprietor of the all-night lunth coun- And Oh! how quickly min lr'- run'Vis
ainl ter. Their are some things e oudith the swiftness of a dove. (Eq ppei -- U_ I. e)
f third. Tert-are some things we *Fnould
xtous "1 wat a whole lot of thin-rs," said remember to forget. To th sces or" j.t.i e no ie ith1tne
Air the young man in the battered delty. A man with a long head isn't ne- To the sc s o ld apnessou wou no longer widout one.
leken "'but I could get along if I just hiau essarily headlong. In the good old golden -da s.
-hep. a little money." The man who fancies his freedom Whn love ran he. re le 1 X. Because the m K
peve "What do you want it for:" .may not be fancy free. Of all h roh and ru i ays. rfet. because thesmokeess
"What do you think?" growled the Sometimes a woman has the cheek device is smokeles you can ave
young man. "D you think I want it to discard paint and powder. JRiut tin" hati *riiizht lh. !i hI' n ges* det.gimg heat ofromenwe
to put in the toes of my shoes? Do No. Cordelia. a false witness isn't Rurnished on a heatl o; stain. i Brass lo t hol. s 4 quar-ts-
dg.. you think I want it for shavin' paper!' necessarily a bleached blonde. And the waking. lr.eamnle: ii.Ut ue s o nho -
lain You make me tired- What I need it After a irl gets to be about so old Stand- by the meadow all alont. |m 9 hours. An onament any-
as- for is to stop rat holes an' past( over she prefers kisse- to fudge. whert--AnisheJ in japan and c .
of the cracks around the winder in my The first thing in a shoe is t'i last Piroen. and draped in grin-ion '::l-l:- s;' Every heater warrant.
as room. Course!" and thet last thing is th.- wearer's E'ir pleading at li iendships t.|
"Well, go get some." sai.l the pro- hel. And on t< enzraven tril!- | J rivelT Bil l
... prietor. "I don't car. if ;.ou get a Sometimes the dentist's success de- A te wolds we never rel.i.| Ji to ytar nmt r
barrel of it as iong as you don't br-edai ends into my safe. I tell you right .now runs up against. L' t. seady light. Equippalwithi tImen t imp rovedesal &l
... 'that I won't stand for that. Ain't A woman gets mad if she hears of baggage and it took lime to stow act? \Vh'h. Iren, Tia.skins. where have Uurner. Made*lhm. ..cuiphtnd. Every lmnw d.
rynur stbck paying' dividends now'' any one abusing :ier husband. Its it awvav, hut--" yon kept nyot.rself. all-" Write our aned agey eir dJenipe eecular il ywo deat l
W'at's making you shy?" u.-srping her privilege. Ioostess--"How are you i r:M-.i. Alli. It'e-n' Yet (. an I not natii .?ItPaeit.m Ol Hr r Ray Lamp t Or ar
"Theret ain't no good .,.raft any It is easy for a woman to lanhl a "h-re's a 'ro* haden heIr nlle),- \ W h;at a STANDAtD OIL COMPANY
more," said the young mnail. "'*Ive a husband, but th,. difficulty lies i. get- \h,.-e'-. Sh Ma '-- ('o-d o ro is -.- ais wl t a *au-h (e o a aTit )
uotioln to quit the town." tin him of' the hook. pital lo"' a e een in the ho i ostesif-l d ''ak I) Oil
d "I woulIn't do anything; :ash." ad- Nothing pleases a stin. man italo I a week. Appendicd to with oil speaks l)il"Thnkid
vised the proprietor. "At heo sa-ne than to hear himself spoken of a- be-j bpkt n .i(l it was suc-h t lota v (lay I)ick-l .i. r rk d tt the
a 'time. if you've thought 't over an' ing charitably inclined. I hat l nstid it was sau)ch a lo)ely day Dick-I .i) r. mark d ee all .
,made up your mind It'- the ehest thing Of course your neighbor !S hi a t Iiek--"Sotne t-O1hw a1,' Wr*'t fWV- killed." a
:ou can do. I'll try to b-'ar up. There's faults, but you should ha\pe sufficient er" going to get started. bui --" killedd" t lllit ha'.' bee td-
e no strings on you. th t'.- on' bielssing. self-control not to mention them. o ssr. Hotn oesn--itd stIhaveleI Ede
an' there's trains runniu' out o' some Try to g w o ar ooig oT -s.ouston: ,,And "And af er that I BUILDERS AND BUILDING MATERIM
g of the yards every minumt- l' tvo. an in this world, for you'll probably ge(.t Ml rs. Dic ao n .oo-". I.k--"Anl a',f" thate I had t r A DI
r- tey can't watch 'eYall so close but what you are not looking for in the w rs. Housion- Thantk n l. o o alr-' mlnmp. Sam broke three (gs. Ha Bry
you'd stand a show to ride a few next. nnwe. This is our third tea fhis after- fell (down ihe well. (G.aor.e had ny-
miles. The trouble is that. youll gt noon. but it is such a fine day." drophobia ine the untan-." t
ir up against the same old proposition HEARD AT AN AFTERNOON TEA. Mis fltouston-"Yes. Indee.. Wen Hostess '--Yes. I know the sc'.ter%
in every town you strike." Hostess-"How do you do, Dick' told father to get dinnr downtown. is beautiful. .Mrs. hI. Ve.ri w aI' s'
"What proposition?" asked the Aren't you brave to come out among We shan't wan an innr tonig so sorry not to be at your showed" Who they are and where they may be found.
S. young man with the battered derby, such a lot of girls? I di.d not dare yt. a.'*rowd and what lovely de- Mrs. Le Vert-"It wa- such haou arein to build an hin consult
"Nobodyll want to give you more hope my tea would he -o honored." I tn" weather last evening. bt today is so are g ng t g,
than a nlckel Or a dime unless they v\Dick-"You know T don't often stay Ilostess--"Thankh rou. aAl-'C is out very beautiful. Your rooms are so journal's Building Director
i think there gota' to get somet-jin' away when I have half a chance 1o In the dining roo. Pardon ne. full. Is that Mary oer other nearurnal'sBuilding director.
back. They'll want you to work or come to your house. WVI! you mind Dick. those decorations?"
something You might make 'em he- if I stand here?" I l)ick- Don't mention it. Some. ot Hostess-"Thank von." e
lieve they were going to get some- Hostess-"Not at all. In fact I like crowd were certain we .were Dick-"Tt wa h l most facial tilt '
thin' and then fool 'em if you were 'it- I want to hear all abo:tt your au-i otess-"And r er knew. ht it's ove now. it WAadICKE & CO. h, t. F. ULG H M
Smarter, but some guy that was sni.mar:- i1 tom0bile trip. Hliw did the accident osess- An ilkinon: was very sad to have it end so. Not
Ser still would take it away from vou. happen?" TiT a is a surprise' one of us was left alive of all that PLUMBERS. General Contractor and Bullder
er stilYou could'tkeep it. You'd tinku. Dick-"ha n hy. you rse. I boht the lkinson-" knew on e hapny crowd." All kinds of bath tubs. gas, steam Pensacola Fla
ou y knew a straight game when youlmachine-" surprised. I was in New York yes- Hostess--"You tnu: I li.e ei,. and Electrical Fixtures.
saw It run or you'd think you had Hostess-"Good afternoon, Mrs. Van terda went Moth.r. won't von lease see that )it Bids furnished on any size jobs.
some hot dope on a winner an' you Kemp. And how is--" Host esS- ow lovl. No. s-rve" He must le stayed
.wouldn't have enough lett to g.t your Mr;. Van Kemp--"Isn't it delight-1 Ho s-" Moth-r-I certainly will. Yo tea,
shoes half-soled. You're up against it; ful that you have such a glorious atr- Di ckste" sWat wer yo ayin. 1s a -eaPt slecess. SuehI a crowd." W. R. TAYLOR Saunder Mill Co.,
worse than you think." ternoon! T was so pleased. I said ik Hostes- -Yes. and the decorate ions
I "How's that?" asked the young man to Elizabeth. 'I-m so glad Miss Di- I was trying to start my an d the fine 1ay. Got D).Ck to tell will put a new gravel roof on your 31 E. Garden St., Phone 717.
with the battered derby. in has such a day.' And he o about his trip. It's very inter- building on short notice. Me also
"You haven't got nvqe enoug-i to o agreed with me. What lovIvl deco- _ostes sn" t trible how they estinu." Sells Brick, Lime, Tar, Cement, etc. Sash, Doors, Blinds and all kin
wie out on a dark night and stick up rations'"" 209 E. Garden.f PhBuilders Hardware, Pal
..... m- .Y.. ----ld p.-e- _Hostess--Tha o-- ----- ... ... -. .... h.. 209 E. Garden. Phone 328. Brushes and Building Material. +T
somebody. You couldn't qip. because Hostess-"Thanii you. Oh. Dick.
a man yould naturally pu h's h and what's Mrs. Adams's mother's name?'
S. on his wallet an' keep It there as Here she comes and I've forgotten." Anderson & Stearns, C H T RNER & CO.
long as was anywhere close; you Dick--Cowper." la Great ee od A Ann & Stam &
At. ain't good enough looking' to get a Mrs. Cowper-"Yes. hell be 'here *l CONTRACTORS AND PLUMB
iel wife with a wad, an' if you opened in a minute. Stopped to- speak to CONTRACTING BUILDERS.
your mouth to a come-on he'd haul your mother. We were just congrat- :-: L Y C A Oran a
off and take you on tie sid' of the ulating each other that you have such Phone 776. Pensacola, Fla. Bath Tubs, Cabinet MPhntl
ID bead with his gripsack. You certain- a nice day. What lovely decora-
ly are up against it." tons! STRANGE YOUNG WOMEN IN THE CITY AND LOCAL BUSI-
s *"I 'spose I haven't never picked a Hostess-'Thank you. Have vou NESS GIRLS NEED AN ASSOCIATION OF THIS KIND. SOME -
winner." said the young iana "i been to the dining room. Mrs. Cow- PLANS AND POSSIBILITIES. ,
never took Mike's bank roll away from PeIr?" pr room. rs. Cow- Ioper sort of influence thrown about oils. Howard L. Musick, the
Mi aim, either-no? You know a whole Dick-"Great Scott! Her name's By Bonnie Burnham. her could be directed into thsfrom globe-trotter, leaves tonight o
n, lot about my nerve." Milton!" which she would emerge, physically fourth tour of the world, which
o- "You've got nerve .enough to try to'-Dick! You said Cow- fine. morally beautiful, and mentally embrace every civilized and
touch me for a quarter once in a er." improved. lsses, rowing, n re- lized country, says the Jack
while," said the luccouner man. Dick-"Well, t was some old poet, Pensacola needs a ong Wo Danin classes rowing, and read- Metropolis. He leaves witthot
h "I'll take back what I said about that." That's all I knew, I'm sorry" c Pensacola needs a Young Woman's strange young woman is launched be- is clubs. basket ball teams, and va- penny in his pockets, and is e
at "If I wanted to cop out a skirt I Hostess-"How do you' do, Mr.=. Christian Association, and a suitable fore the public. rious departments could readily be or to arrive in New York on ie
don't know but I'd stand as good a Carter? Are you-" home for such an association. The sweel umi '.sel of scandal i< gnizi.d. and an interesting rivalry trip on some date in 1912. hav
show as you ever did," said the young Mrs. Carter-"Indeed. no. How Had yot thought of i: li-d itl t rolled about in the niouths of people would l- sure ti spring up between his possession the sum of bl.500
man. full Your rooms are! This morning curred to you that strange young men worthy' of hie act and she is fol'tunatc 'tie two Christian associations, will receive $3,000 for the trip.
"Maybe I was wrong about that, at breakfast it looked so stormy I ask- and those who are not strange. are iideud. itf she i- admitted to the In fact, the benefits would be mani- Mustck, who recently returned
too." admitted the proprietor of the ed Mr. Carter if -he thought it was beautifully taken care of by one( of Tihe classes to which she rightfully belongs. fold. his third world-tour, will rep
all-night lunch counter. "I just don't going to rain. He said in his delib- finest Y. 31. C. A. branches in the And the Men. Young women already in the city Richard K. Fox, publisher of the.
think I am, though. I've got a hunch rate way-you know how slow he South. while this chivalrous Southern There is alwa a certain a ould e lookedin amanner sowhially awond lice Gazette and the "Puk P
that you'll hve to go to work after is, never hurries about anything, and city allows its young women :o shift the genui homo. in ei\erv ceity, who physically in a manner which would Tonight he goes to Penacola
all. The only question with me Is I'm just the opposite and entirely-" about promiscuously for themselves? const'tues a piifall to he accomplish wonders. The one thing that city to South American cou
whether you'll carry a lunch pail or Hostess-"Thank you. Oh. Miss Young women are far more in need strange young woman. avrag needed by any Pensacola women is and thence to Seattle and P
eat your meals In the dining room, Fuller! I was afraid you hadn't come of the care and protection of such an He ma vary in agerom the a good course of physical culture, and thence to New York, sailing aro
where they staUm ever you with a gun home yet." organization than the average yount age ten center who spend om n er the athletics at the Associttlon build- Atlantic to foreign countries. H|
to make sure y don't leave before Miss Fuller--Last night. It looked man. If both branches of the organ- ably more time adjusting his tie than ing would remedy this. Ta stranger tends to get letters from e'
they serve the dessert." as i it were about to pour rain when ization flourished in Pensacola, what a his finances, and who can go to bha within the city could be properly heads and every other country
JUSTA Wwe got into tue station and I said. world of opportunity for some great now and then anhow and have hi launched among the more desirable as- Musiek says he has other glo
T JUhe A Fe W S ILES. don'tt it be too had if it rains like and tremendously valuable work- trousers pressedinto respectability to sociation as to business, urch and terms "skinned to death" the
The patiet madctor had been this tomorrow?' Is thht Miss Aams The local Y. M. C. A.. under the the gray-haired scheming old reprol. society. thus saving-a world of embar- of getting around over te boom
wat for ther fares for fully a min- over there? I must speak to her." Perfect management of Secretary Shier bate, who ha. reached a stage of ex rassment. the result of a blind and "Old Mother Earth."
ute. Each insisted upon paying. Hostess-"Jennie. my dear! How rill and his capable assistants, pre- quisite rascality throtrgh long years 0o gthereuare nyA
"It Is my tm," said the one tn good of you to come out after being sent all that is really worth while as careftl apllication and artistic lying. There are many prominent Pena- d
blue, "sad I cnoI atng to day just as so ill"" far as a home, good clean diversion. In either case she may accept aten, colian already In sympathy with Do you know that every time

"No.rios. Is,o up the one this I couldn't s htay in. Mother. -a cerned for the local voumg mien. The of the man is considered. reduce hoer quickly plans are realized, the nfln thinking It will Just cure telf
e ro s lres, conductor.' sted that I wasn't able, btlo. Al etnt tdhwhich is left unfinished is consideraby nmore in the opinion of Ir" better for the city. are inviting. tnmonlia. b
a ae tt a n a wnted-" Ain a successful woan wa oranization Before she discovers her mistake, fl 1111 fect health and stop that
"Oh, I maey mistake. That was a Hosteo-"And to re's Alice. t t-and Pensacola suad- in ned. i she has ie(eonie involved in situations | |1t f th Baard's orehound Syrup.
L raen. Iny.Give | amck.'aald-". Here are goodAice Yes, but such ie weather rave, deep need of su'h an instit:- which. ,o .ay the least, are unfortun.1 Price ,5ci 5c t5E1.00 p? hoM
Stwo ares conductor wouldn't urt anybody. Aren't the T g tf Th Iat. i ei ts Sh mia sIbeold and recommended by "WJ
S The one in blue paid. oVhen she decorations lovely? Now, I'm going 'Thought of This? Ir wl b- e ueh those d'ihtTio l and tlembrrte s dquit cl and attat
reached home oI oNt to the linin room." ad it ever occurred t, highly eoui aging conditions, in fah'. T 1c is On His W y d ot PaIn D set -enra
band: ""Most of the pa-tv had lots settle back in your easy 'hairs, may- that she 0Cill seek employment, and | |l *i a a
a e o w l r ry--ol n c pn-- d. .e tfe -wihap. to glance carelessly., o)hhg maiai' wo )e *, u n ti o i'nr if she is not slnc(.es.s- | 1I I
...e ..-.. t o. over this argument.o owith just ihai ful in isnt nitying herself with an etl-n A Youthful Magnate.
-I F Ul | e |'r of a propositionthe'straun" iclci' w", i' no ever i'ch a man-' "Yes," bgan Mr. Peters. sr., "Je

"u "H^M. or a o iy f "ha; Mnl fod .ou" iersonan o.eri and whB H. L. Music IS On HIS Way ed a position in Davis's general lt01
oq t eeo s diiot s g that ou buins keAp In her search for ao hun,. and will not 1he governed icy thi" opinion rimJ vIndeeds" commented (he suF-
sglae Thru.gkoutg theryo u 'r .-a-< ibi for empne loaueti,, in:o which of others, to JsaCOa o ack- visitor. "1Vat are his duties"
p' rlonti theG lf coast countrvwe,' supplied at the h ntrs sin-le.-handed and alone. Flnall\ sli..ii.-'l'. adjar-tin- "lie is superintendent of the cewi
pa,: nng stage by Glen Saint Man Nurseries. These trees j 'hr perhaps bceome- unti'oiidtelty heir ddi! life. In the faxcc of]i"'ir SOn'ille Mr and chees, department" red
. ** have grown welfare hardy and vigorous, yield fine crops and | dnifidwthth ,-on-nified with the wron ind of as condiio she learns to walk do.n *Mr. Peters, Sr. with guarded
- have proved true to name. Fine orchards of our trees are ciatt. taking ihe fi,'st s.. ., uionr, the street ath hie exp'e..ionles t ac, --ction. "fHe has the enire eh"- i
-a>. eloquent salesmen for us, and it is not strange that our business keeps grow- \ :n tie direction of pulit -;iiiion. Ih aos an F:tvphian nrthry. hi ind of wroappini up the cheed-
ug.. l rger an lage e r year.Csol; u ely nothing ;o itidee her' but {the starts of the' si'eet. r-eanern ele-''nl t r ... ....-. ..
-., ITh Gudll Co as Needs ,:, 5anhe .aippearian'e, and ''in oa :-on '. he have piroai ,i.ixed in the so.n -
,,O S JM mAS ndl health and ener-teii-. Ahe ha' eral round of ile(.aati; scandal. ad

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-:' in both Fruits and Ornamentals have been a life-study with us. Ourlocation i d-. eagerly S an. pro eeh-sh are hwaninog .olike vltirs to mor. rce of joy, but the
has enabled us to satisfactorily supply nursery stock to the Southern States, :'enSdX-ip. She wani s to aghash., She' hae no soial dive sionii ng I dent to t
--ax s companionship- and he-r asoci 'first place. she would io' sensit irEcn Iut mt to
r -- Mexico and the West Indies. Citrus Fruits are a lead- ti:ns will in all prohalbility 1e) ba-"d dler condition., aioutr oinz ouiit---iand makes its antlcpatlonl0
ing specialty with us, and we offset -- .vhere kindness has .'en shown to her agpin. people arc silt;l saspiciois. So i l dread. Mother's Fri
everything required for tropical and nd -he. in ail her innocence. will i< -;she work's 1d ondu and won. am wants. the only remedy which re
thi'. 2 semi-tropical planting. Bear- I content. Finally it nsill dawn 'upon 'it,r and grows into a funny seary little lieVCS WOmen Of nlluch Of dl
g and matured trees show the that the-e vr'y association- 'hve person whos- c"yi.g m,,.a a- good pain of maternity; this hur, dreaded as woman's severest trial,
Quality of our stock-there's en far from -o:t on i;e wili companionship and a ha:-ty laugh. only made less painful, but danger is avoided by its us. Those
r: .4 I sek to change.,and in doin.!4 so. will Needs an Association. only made les painul, but da
tr n Sisk i od ing o us. bring down :::on h '-olft tO wrath Pensacola needs a Y. W. C. A. no; use this remedyare no longer despondent or gloomy; nervous
i NeA a nd C ept Cahsimiust a -ndi venomous hate of those who con- only for her strange girls. but for the nausea and other distressing conditionarovercome,andthe s
SL- ished. Free---rite fr it ~-iulted her first acquaintances in th benefit of local young women as wel. is prepared for the coming
e i. d_-'.thletics for women would be valu- event. "It is worth its weight
GLJE JN T JYII Her fir-" found friends-, in the real able from many standpoints. and a in gol"sy hav
4!! f|----'l ,N ,B^ -zation of her helplessness and that of series of rooms would simplify the guse Sit. 1W sn Ves .
oN AINT MY L DA u-a glarng desertion from their ranks, boarding house proposition consider used It. lat a
Bn 26. GLEN SAINT MARY. FLORIDA will haKen to publish hroadcasr r- abl:. mothers mailed fro.,
OUT- G.L. TAn. President and Treasurer -1po ts. many timess pure in their fabr- There is altogether too much in- n D ITO C
HAROLD HUM. Secretry cation only. and in this highly satis- terest centered down town for the Aoft- Cs.
.1 mRL factory anid desirable manner, the average young girl-who, with ib IttaG.


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