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SVOL. XI.--NO. 283. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1908. PR
S$40,0000, STEAMSHIP CO.. REVOLUTION AGAINST WILL INVITE JUDGE
INCORPORATED IN MAINE ALEXIS IS SPREADING TAFT TO VISIT P
TClashes Between the Govern-. Rockefeller Prefers Matter W
Henry R. Mallory, of New 3 NegrfOeS Taken From ment Troops and Rebels fore C
S York, is at Head of the Reported. Bonds to Stock me
New Corporation. COUrt Room and Lynched
GENERAL LeCONTE By Associated Press. w over. He said he held stocks in PRESID
New York. Nov. 24.-The closing tes- the Delaware, Lackawanna and West-
S WILL TAKE OVER By AMociated Pr****. Davis agreed to open his court at fiee ernWAS EXECUTED timony toda in the federal suit to e, New York Central, Pennsylvania
City, Tenn., Nov. 24.-The o'clock in the afternoon and give the d o tan dr u and Western Maryland, Missouri Pa-
TI THE MOR TSE LINES Little town of Tiptonville, bordering negroes a speedy trial. This was done dsolve the Standard Oil Company, of Texas Pacic and Colorado and
........... .....on Reelfoot Lake which has been the and no sooner had the negroes been John D. Rockefeller, threw some ex- Southern. He said he owned no
scenee of many stirring incidents dur Kgiven the death sentence than the The Minister of the Interior cted light on the popular question shares if either the Union or Southe
S-- lag the past month, witnessed the mob, with a whoop and yell, rushed A into what channels of investment Pacic. Rockefeller said he was op-
Effort Will Be Made to Save lynching late this afternoon of three into the court room, seized the ne- With His Escort, Went turns his tremendous earnings from posed to keeping millions o( dollars HavC -
negroes, who were arrested this morn- groes and soon had them hanging to t the oil combinations. He was loath to of surplus by the Standard.
." From Complete Wreck the ng for murdering Special Deputy a nearby tree. Many shots were fired Out at the Head of Gov- state the names of the railroads :n John D. Archbold, vice-president of Pensac
Sheriff Richard Burrus and fatally into th air as the negroes were drawn Cr TC On to be which his investments were made. but the Standard Oil Co., proved a mne Done
Consolidated Steamship wounding John Hall, also a deputy from thle earth. n ment Forces ny id so after entering his objections. of detailed information under the di-
sheriff Captured Revolutionists The head of the so-called Oie T us faction of the company's lawyers, de When
^ Company, Controlling the decl , R O SA RI E atr~ eoui~ss ar~ed hisJ holdings ine ralods'n
CO pany, Otroling The negroes were Marshall btibeck, TROOPS ARRIVED Pillaged Town of Aquideclared his holdings in railroad cn- srtbig the early production of crude
Ward, Clyde Mallory and Edward Stinbeck and Jim Stlnbec. ON SCENE TOO LATE Pillaged Town of Aqu sister chiefly in ends and that with oil. and developments of he pipe line
"J These brothers created a disturbances ,he exception of a few roads in which system. Archbold will likely 'be on
New York and Porto Rico at a religious meeting near Tiptonville By Associated Press. li he held only a small amount of stock, the witness stand for several days. He
: .Saturday night, and when the two ofi- Nashville, Nov. 24.-Immediately on By Associated Plres. he preferred bonds as a form of if- seemed posseed of infinite detail o to be united
|Lines. cers attempted to arrest them a fight official confirmation of the threatened Port au Prince, HaytV, Nov. 2.-- vestment. Rockefeller appeared d1- the Standard' business from its incep- he 1at on
;__ ~ensued, in which the negroes came lynching at Tiptonville. Governor Pat- The revolutionary movement against lighted that his ordeal as a witness tion until the present time. tospend som
out victorious and made their escape. terson ordered Captain Rogan at President Nord Alexis is spreading, uration. Thi
0y Associlated Prom They were captured this morning. Union City to dispatch twenty-five The towns of Aquin and Jerefie have tended by th
SBoston, Mass., Nov. 24.-The incor- The lynching would have happened militiamen of the Obion county re- ;toth declared against ithe govern- I T TT T and the mat
portion at Portland. Maine, today of earlier in the day "had it not been for serve to the scene. They wer sent on ment. 1 attention of
new 40,000n000 corp.ora.ion to be a number of citizens, who pleaded that a special train. The troops had to The gunboat Croyaat, which has retary Wate
.4.. . ... uthe lynching be deferred. This was travel forty miles and arrived after fallen into the hands of ije rebels. J I doubt but th
known as the Atlantic. Gulf and West finally accomplished when Justice Lee the lynching had been accomplished, encountered the gunboat Centennario in correspond
dies Steamship lines, with Henry R. off Jeremie and shots were exchang- Tft
Itallory of New York, as president, ed.
and with the backing of Boston bank- "im n il GeVET IN (neral Leconte, minister of the in-.
ers. is in line with the plan formulat- H l T Ill terior, who went out at the head-of It is the
ed by interested parties to save from rll l Ir Isnp the overamenL ,force agaiwt tte Judge Taft a
complete wreck the consolidated H NELJ|RLd|E EnTHG, rebels. has been taken prisoner, anstTPensacola fo
Steamship company, promoted by . .l current report- are that -e has beenO W
Charles W. Morse. ofNew York . executed . NOW AT b
The lines to be taken over by the
new corporation are tho-e operating EXECUTION- OW cotl lect asn
from New York southward. The new ILII IUI Y ru GENERAL LeCONrE -ever, yeas
company has a capital of $20.000.000, when he em
and kthe same amount of comm onBy associate o 2 Is Devising Ways and Means The Boysof 1 Are in Mobile
peretk swlla c,0,00, leent bnd.. O A N NTH U OFAPort an m atdWmPrince. HaytLL No.. 24.-- ForI mprovvi ing CWndii onM-s lh]d)'' l M'i ] ?:lmia lUaa ~
It is to be the hodling company for Iate advices here apparentlycon For Improving Conditions in Large Numbers, Many ee
t1e four lines which Morse brought the execution of General LeConte. He Under Which the Farmers Being From the Florida an station
under the Consolidated company, was captured near Jer~vnie together,
namely. the Ward. Clyde, Mallory, with his escort. after a short struggle. Market Their Crop-One Division Session Con- oa bist as
an e or n oroRc.The town of Aquin, it ts reported, haitCba uts
and New York and Porto Rico. He Adds in Statement Made Drivers in the International been illaged by th' ;evolutionists. Plan is to Construct a Cen- vened Yesterday Morning. has been m
~~No news has been received of theANe
n C IV n.n |in Washington That There Light Car and Grand Prize movement of GeneralCyrisque. the trial Warehouse. A Ne
S is No Present Need of Races at Savannah Called minister of war, wo Wasnm oin toclal ti T Jooeral. also to be d
R E C I E F Raddition to General L~ed onte, by Pries- M bl A L o .2 .- h n u l C a b r o
"Fretting" About Speaker Together and Given Final ident Alexis to ut dow nthe uprsi a! M to The Journal.ss
",! Anx Cayes.bheaded by General- New -Orleans, Nov. 24.--The joint ruino h lbm iiin ilb se
E R CS of the House in the Sixty- Instructions- Light Car toin sin" coerencecomitee. namedby the United Confederate Veterans, conve t ero ttes
First Congress. Race Start This Morn f, Farmers"' Union and the New Orleans ed he this boring with the lar-is to meet to
e- .eat attendance, both of Veterans gad office of W. ,
at. 11 O'Clock, With Fif- l*iegressive Union,to devieways.&At or h
By 1 'CokWihFirom [AR MU means for the improvement of the con- city is Alled with the boys of '61, a the charter
S---WashingonDC,Nov .-Declr- teen Entries. editions under which the cotton farm- umber coming here from Florida e s t
S Financial Stringency Forced ing that there will be an honest revis- s Associated Press. imiark hinge o e wi o cities to join wth the Alabama Vet he le ltu
T, . 7 ion of the tariff and there is no pre;- Savannah, Nov. 24.-Allforeign and thFa Union convention held in theannual there. TEXAS
Louisiana Firm Into ent need of "fretting" about the cle- American driver' who are to pilot here recently. At the lat meeting According to the program mapped
StIon of a speaker of the house in "be cars in the International Light Car heFO re c oint ommhthet a e-s out by the committee of arrange- El Paso. T
Bankruptcy. sixty-first congress, Speaker Cannon and Grand Prize races here were call- committee was appointed with Mr.. ments the session was to have open- may become
arrived here from Illinois late today ed together tonight at the Ihdquar- B. Thompson as its chairman, to form- ed at 9 o'clock. As an actual fact, it and Ang
for the approaching session of con- ters of the Automobile Club of Ameri. r t ch was an hour later before the chair- resort, if p
utate ofrthertutoiobiie Coubbo used a
Special to The Journal. grese. ca. and given their final instructions. Citizens of Pelahatchee, a wor eng basis by the 3ontcom m an- Colonel arvey E. Jo lesf cale successfully
Opelousas, La., Nov. 24.-Russell In the course of the statement is- The light car event of a twenty-lap tee in the carrying out of ts plan to to order, yet none found the tie poed to hol
Myric.k and Kent Williamson were ap- sued by the peaker, he said: here jaunt around a ten mile rectagle will MISS., Are Aroused Over construct a great central warehouse lei intead it sm to bee hsa an a
pointed receivers of the Nigh-Rut- is one thing .which you may be sure. be started tomorrow morning at eleven on the river front in New Orleanss blte ine duse. Thare was a 5,h ad lar
ledge company by District Jlge Lew- No representative and especially no o'clock, and indications point tonight Act of Negro Brute. he fts icrein pra icaim banter of course h as mluy e. IS
Is thi.- morning on the petition of speaker. will fail to d6 ev.ryrhing to fifteen final entrants. The condi provements in the methods of hand- e h pattr oti airs e a the track betting
creditors r,-presenting that the corn- within his power to carry oul the well tons, of the races and rules of the ling. housing and protecting cotton h o t he C on deate te trlean, t s
any was unable to meet its obliga- considered, constitutionally expressed course were read to drivers .tonight from damage and excessive charges at of the Confederate veteran. It Orleans it is
tons as they mature&. TAe -applica. will of a majority of the people. This through interpreters, and the last Special to The Journal. from dma and excessive crges. anything but a matter of course, will come to
ion was ex part. the evidence show- is why I 'believe we shall get the sort doubtful points were discussed and Pelahatcheo. Miss., Nov. 24.-In- I s proposed to make the New Or- however with those veteran who re. ter The mil
Ing that there was no opposition to of tariff revision the people vo;ed for. disposed of. tense excitement prevails. with no leans warehouse a model one in every called the time when they had sung this city a
the proceedings so far as the corn- I do not pretend to prophesy or dic- Everything is in readiness for the abatement, resulting from tho ,criminal way, prin marily for the stpurpose of dre- b th --irn wg had nto oremer
pany was concerned, at least. The tate. It is. and should.be, beyond ,:ny light car race tomorrow. The tiny assault on A. W. Myers little girl. ethis port to a minimum. but ultimate- ogs hisiung rt the r s n DREDGING C
reason for the considitions said to be man's power to dictate toi the hon se racing machines will be sent away at Mamie, recently. Small bodies of ly to serve as a radical demonstra-
existing is that because of the finan- of representatives." *half minute intervals, and if all goes armed and determined men are hunt- toer atesa of Dixie, as they went forward to
cial stringency the company has been we;Ill the last of the fifteen should ing for Will Mack, the negro who tio to the cotton growing states as a face the canister, and shot and bay- Scranton,
unable to sell its output and tnat COTTON CROP CUT IN HALF. hardly be under way -before No. 1 mnade the assault. whole of the advantages and benefits onets of the enemy. To them these No. of the
hsbensl hsnt ruht- o the grower and home merchant tosogan btehynhd depngomny
which has been sold has not brought Long Ridge, La., Nov. 24 The Long comes whirling down the homestretch The woods have been -searched and follow in the wake ofmodern m pove nini. Ta them y eeantthe ing oman
fair price.<. It is stated. however, Ridge Gin Company. the v.y gin in in completing the first lap. There was trains are being closely watched at ments of this character. exultn cry of triumph or the dirge and behan w
It possible to continue shortage of the crop was mostly due row at too great a speed for safety, the ight man has not been Orleans foun in a tremendous south te foot o
PITTSBURG CELEBRATION. to the ioll weevil, which cut the cot- There are but four turns on the rec. caught. The negro is described a Cotton Exchange i s engaged in over- Particularly was ti tremndrue when the U.lteed ftaceo
.. ton crBp very Nhort in Avoyelles par- tangnlar course, however, and all hre feet high. copper co or, weighs au0 it contrach e and g o is tove band played atlrDixie," and what band* the recommes
.1 Pittsburg. Pa., Nov. 24.-"Annivrr- ish. All indications point that an un- well banked. Six hundred troops will pounds. 35 year old, has scar 6ver New York exchange. The joint com- master would be so indifferent as to priatlon of $2
sary day." the 1.-.oth anniversary of usual amount of sugar cane will be he thrown around the racing roads, left eye. two inches long; small mole mittee is therefore interested in see- leave this soui-stilring refrain off his $25,000 for H
the founding of Pirslburg. will be cel- cultivated in this parish next year. Flagmen will be stationed at the short- ,smder left eye. Mack ihas ervedrr ing that such changes as are made program at a gathering of Confeder- priation of $1-
brated tomorrow with two monster est of intervals and everything pos five-year term in he Mississippi peni- will benefit the ,producer of cotton ate veterans. The first note haJ Horn island p
nass meetings in Exposition Muiic RESIDENCE DESTROYED BY FIRE sible in the protection of the course tentiary for assault and battery with and the cotton states in every practs- hardly been struck before the whole ed. p
y Hall. Baron ILagrorant. Ihe Swedish -- will be done. intent to kill. cal way To this end President audience, an audience that Blled tfe
minister to the United Slate<. Govern- New Haven, Miss., Nov. 24.-The The present condition of the girl is Thompson of the New Orleans Cotton lower floor and the balcony, was on Ge N DE8
or Stewart and others will deliver ad- residence and all household goods, in- TO ELECT SHERIFF. favorable. Painful bruises were re- Exchange has arranged to invite a its feet. Small Confederate dags were
dress A more elaborate and ex. eluding wearing apparel, of C. A. King -advll M -- X T ceived, but she will recover. number of leading cotton growers. in- enthusiastically waved, while here and Arnandrille,
tended celebration of the cily's sesqui- were totally destroyed by fire yester- .Meadv.ile. Mis. Nov. 2.-lThe -ludin Pse Bar of arm- there some veteran stretched a battle ton win plante
centennial was held some time ago. day. at about 2 o'clock p. m. The president of the board of supervisors, TO BOOM IOWA. eluing to r tein bef th con barred flag to the full Height of the was turned S
but tomorrow's observasee will mark family had just left the house, and the Je H Cotten, ha e ordered a special Da ov 4.-Hundred r act Uen ion acpp itteearnd e oront flagpole and kept ithswaying until the o'clock. The d
the xac date of the Smolly City's suppositio is that it caught fromn the elctontobehed ee Sfor shr ff. De Moine. n.. ov 2.b u ndred tr u Shractrviin omtte adpint; flagoe hand diep atway.ng uni the si'cbloe. ofhe
texannl dart, offeSmk i re auplacenstati auh ro h to fill the unexpired teem of thel tao of the representative business men of out such changes as the farmers think last note had died away. And what six bales of
analersary. fire place. sheriff, J. PJones, whose death oe. the state were present wnen the meet- should be made. Not long ago a a shout What a cheer! It could loss is estima
cured Nov. 17 The following are as ing of the Iowa association of Com- strong committee of American spin- be heard for blocks away as it came surance supp
STrants t the oBce- R. L e mercial clubs was called to order in ners appeared before the revision corn- forth fpom the auditorium through the cause of the fl
W RONG M AN KILLED BY ^ .l'icoarde o. Halford. .s: Des Moines today. The sessions will mittee and asked for certain changes open doors of the theatre, is no suspieio
Scott, E. R. Partridge and Dr. Hud- continue through tomorrow. It is pro- of benefit to them, and the committee
r ^ M ISSISSIPPI'TC'O~r TA son. posed to make plans for concerted ac- now wants to bear from the produc-Y YSICIA P T
POSSE OF M ISSISSIPPIANS tion by the variouss organizations rep- rs before drawing up its report on YOUNG PHYSICIAN PE
FIVAA, STORY BUILDING. resented, leading to :. ful!
ICE, 5 CENTS.
fill Be Brought Be.
chamber of Com-
30ING TO CUBA
Desire For Him to
lis Vessel Come to
la Harbor, as Was
severall Years Ago
Ie Visited Pa.aksa.,
lect William H. Taft in
to visit Pensacola when
his trip to Cuba, where
within the next few weeks
e time prJor to his l-nag-
is invitation will be ex-
e Chamber of Commerce,
,r will be brought to tim
that body today by See-
rman, and there Is no
at the chamber will get
ieace at onoe with Jadge
desire of many to have
md his party embark at
r the trip to Cuba. One
vessels or the Mayfower
for the trip, and ahbe
t here to meet the pr sI-
d his party. Jwdge Taft,
s ago. vstd Pencola,
barked oh the cruiaer
this port fOr PaUama. and
ecasio he was royally
oy the citizens.
na has already extended
to tae president- elect
city, going from there to
far as known no r-ld
de to the Invitation.
w City Charter.
of a new city charter fs
iscussed today by the
Commerce, and members
I to make ugestions to
e which ha the matter
m hand. This neoulttee
morrow afternoon in the
. Blount for the
proposed amen--e to
Ohich. if -atfactoy, wfilt
to the next session of
e for adoption.
3 RACING MEET.
exas. Nov. 24.--- Paso
a rival of San FPrancisco
eles as a winter racing
ns now -being made are
carried out. It is pro-
Sa sixty-day racing meet
ter, beginning December
ge number of horsemen
to winter their strings
w of the abolition of race
in New York and New
expected that El Paxo
t:e front ak a racing can-
Id winter climate makes
desirable Mecca for the
Miss., Nov. 24.-Dredge
Bowers Southern Dredg-
reached here yesterday
ork today, dredging tha
From the Louisville n
road bridge, and drodg-
1 nineteen feet at mean
n there on to the omne-
.tour in the bay. The
o Engineer's department
tded an additional 1ppro-
'5.0000 for the river eand
torn island. An appro-
t,0d0 for maintenance of
pass is also rebocmae:td-
"i'ROYED BY FIRE.
La.. Nov. 24.-The eot-
of E. C. Roger s 8om.
saturday Pight about 10
gin is a total loss. Only
cotton were lost. The
tted at $10,000, -with in-
ed to be $3,0Qi "The
re is unknown, ,but tnere
n of incendlariam.
meant of the commnicial possibilities sh i will act
S.ie.al to The Journal. Ie. two miles north of Brandon. and Bik o stated of the sate .. M O RTALLY H URT
Brandon, Miss.. Nov. 24.-Will An- went immediately to the scene, accom- that the project for the construction of WILLSHIP LOUISIANA TEXAS MASONS.
derson, a negro. who was suspected of panied by Sheriff G. W. White, who Ing, which istooccupy the now va. OYSTE FROM GULFPORT Waco. Texas. Nov -The co nit-
tbeing Will .Mack. the negro who crim- stationed several deputies around the, cant corner at Howard avenue and ot i n work of the Grand Royal Arch special to Th Journal. groes out a
Ill negros house. About daylight a ne- Laeuse street ha aen dfin ufport. Miss.. Nov. 24.-The Mis- Chapter of Texas Masons is assem- Yazoo City. Mis., Nov. 24.-M. lamps in the
Finally aauIld Mi.e s Myers. 14-year- gro came out of the back door. and form and thae the construction will sissippi Oyster Commins0ion held a lbed in this city today, and will hold Cheatham shot Dr. J. F. Fuher to- ended to shoo
old daughter of \\Will Myers,. near Pela- when commanded to stop by a deputy n th near f tre i a i sp eial meeting today to ciier he hool of insrucion preliminary to night at Carters, a small town eleven shot past Che
tatchee. died here today from the ef- began to run. and after several warn- bThein i b n ff i assured. application from shipper < inquirin s; the openin- next week of the grand miles north of this city. Dr. Pueer drew his gun
feels Ofa gunshongonext nfliktedbythn grwasdsholthenlodttakingeffect.hether o no!uherisdrew hisergui
feels of a gunshot wound inflicted by ings. was shot, the load taking effect T e new buiding wil! be fve or six whether or no: Ixuisiana oysters in ]odge meeting of thr. Masonic bodies was shot twice in the breast, and the Dr. Fuber "ha
a searchingv party early Sunday morn- in the left hip. He was brought to stories. the shell could b -transported throug- o the ne Star state, chances are he will not rover. where he hase
Ing. Th posse had received a report Brandon and received medical atten- this stat+- for other points. and if the It is said tose preent that Fu- graduated last
a the state without pa.nn d tax. Both i. Cheatham's store, ordered several ne- man of great
GOV CUMMINS# matters were discussed bv- the coin-1
*mission and referred to i.s attorney'# AT~PRAET ~ ~NIWILS A G T RC
WARSHIPS WANTED BY THREE : ELECTED SENATOR* for attention. f i an CASTROTOBE
SEMI-MONTHLY PAY LAW .T OPERATED UPON WILL SLAUGH E CA
NATIONS AT PORT AU PRINCE B Y, Asocite P.. --- SI* 4
Des Moines. Ta., Nov. 4.- Albany. N. Y.. Nov.4.-An import- Associated Press. SH IPPED FROM N
By a strict party vote of 109 l ant hearing wil come before the Newi* Caracas. via Willemstadt.
v Associated Prs. section of foreigners. 0 to 35, Governor Albert B. Cum- York state supreme court the latter i Nov. 24.-President Castro will
New York. Nov. 24.-A special to O fficers of Preqident Nord Alexis. ins was today elected to the part of this wek .involving tb con ti- sail to morrow from Laguira on ByA- order
New orkNov.24. spei~lto Ofices ofPreiden Nor Aleis, United States senate to fill the tutionaltty of the semi-monthly pav'# The steader Guadeloupe for Bor- 8 uca rm re r~~i
the Herald from Port au Prince. Hay ti, who were threatened by General An- vacancy caused by the .leath law. Seven railways nav, appealed # deaux, for the purpose of under- *' London, Nov. 24-The board of ag- cattle from N
ayn that the German. French and hi S*msf s uprising, took of Senator William B. Allison. i to !he court. askinm for a permanent 4 going an operation at the hands riculture has ordered the slaughter vaaia on acc
British legations have asked that warefuge in the German consulate a t L whose term would hav expir- injunction re.traning Attorny Gen- of a skilled specialist of Ber- without delay of all cattle on bo mouth disease
ips ets wa- Caves. Among the refugees is said ed March 4. 1909. Alral Jackson from enforcing" the staT-, lin h u s wamals iat
shlps be :ont immediately to 1. to bhe General Faverolles, the military ute .on the ground that ir -onstitutes te four steamers which arved found to
C a~q e an d J '-te 1) to in sure the pro- com m wander of the distr.cL 4 a violation of the constitution. E gland since the board i ssued its clanoces ar
ad began to shoot tha
store. Hten he threat-
t his best friends, and
atham's face. the latter
and shot *he doctor.
ils from Pittburg., Pa..
3 a mother living. He
year from the Louisville
dicine, and was a yomWn
ting the imporung of
lew York and Pennsyl-
umt of the foot w .ja
Sin those state... Tl:e,
mie in by these veqsele
) be tree of disease, ag$
re being take.
OFFICIAL from WASHINGTON-Generally fair Wednesday and Thursday; light to fresh southeast to south winds.
g2 4THE PZNSACOLA JOURNAL. WR $ESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, wmm.
IU _ _
BOME THINGS NOT GENERALLY
KNOWN ABOUT THE DAY WHICH
18 TO BE GENERALLY OBSERV-
ED IN THIS COUNTRY TOMOR-
Where were Thanksgiving services
I In England. during the time of
roinwell. thanksgiving days were ot
The discovery of the "gunpowder
ot" in 1605 was followed by a
ianksgiving in England. and that na-
ion observed such a day on many
ke occasions, the last probably be-
Sa national thanksgiving when the
t prince of Wales, now Edward VII.,
covered from a serious illness.
Where and when was the first
thanksgiving observance in the New
The first thaaksgiving held in Am-
erica was not held within the bounds
bf the United States, but on the shore
af Newfoundland. May 27, 1578, at the
time services were held by the Rev.
r. Volfall, an English minister. He
accompanied an earlier colony
Irom England. It is claimed tha? it
Iwra the first Christian sermon preach-
Od in the New World.
When was the first Thanksgiving
proclamation in this country?
November 19. 1621. made by Gov-
ernor Bradford to the Pilgrim Fath-
ers. He announced that since tfey
had just gathered abundant harvests
et grain and the cold weather had
sent plenty of game to the'r forests,
December 1:1. 1621, would be observ-
ed throughout the Plymouth colony
es a day of thnank.giving.
Who signed the first Thanksgiving
proclamation ever issued by a presi-
Georget Washington. in 17S2.
Who originated the modern Thanks-
Riving day, as it is observed in the
The Thanksgiving as it occurs to-
day. dates from 1S64. whe n President
Lincoln issued a proclamation for set-
ting apart the last Thursday in No-
vember of that year. as a day of na-
tional thanksgiving. .
Each succeeding presider- has an-
Bually proclaimed a thanksgiving day,
which is generally follow, d by similar
proclamations by the governors of the
Who makes the Thanksgiving proc-
The president of the United States.
How is it done?
The president writes it out with his
mwn hand, trying to put in as much
of the spirit of the day as possible.
This is no easy task
used by preceding pr
he must cover the s
they cover. When
writing it out. it is
copy is sent to the s
One of the clerks wh
man writes the proc
ally on parchment. I
then sent back to tb
and the president sig
it is taken back to
ment, where the se(
adds his name; then
the state department
order to put the gr
proclamation a note
dent is necessary, in
"I hereby authorize ai
retary of state to cause
United States to he
day and signed by
doing this shall be I
What is done with
when it has been tl
A great many clerks
apartment are then o
as many copies of t
as there are governor
territories. These co
by hand on long shee
The state department
typewriter or any oth
artistic handwriting fc
of official correspond
What do the differ(
the states do when t
ed their copies of the
They then write s
tions of their own, an
people of their states
president has fixed 01
a day for the observe
giving worship and fe
PILES CURED IN 4
PAZO OINTMENT ih
cure any case of Itchi
ing or Protruding Pil
days or money refun
THIS NUMBER HAD
WORK FOR L. &
THEY HAD NO V
OF SUPPORT WER
Thirteen of the
brought here from IA
the places of the unor
dock laborers former]
of the Louisville & NS
CompanyL have been
locked up in the cit
charge of being vagi
fused to go to work o
failed to secure work (
city. Their cae will
recorder's court this z
'macnO Q" Br,' 13 b
dlwm & l Co e Dy, Qb2 Dq t
Why not be prepared? The Crysta
In quart cans-doubles the life of th
parts. Positively removes all carbon, cle
rings and valves, producing more power a
Price $1.00, &
VACUUM MOBILOIL Gives long
FLASH-. Antiseptic Hand' Cleaner,
CLEANOLA--Cleans, Polishes, Rer
faces. 50 cents a can.
AUTO GOGGLES-All Prices and
ded ".to such other arrangeents a are neces even to them-the fulfillment far sur- chosen to represent this lodge at the
3ded. 50c. such other arrangements a-; are neces- passed the -expectation.
sary looking to a permanent hall for THE TWO TEAMS THIS YEAR pad station grand lodge, which meets in Montgom-
ahre council. tMay Robson was inimitable. She ery Dec. 1st.
The Junior Order is one of the old- LARGEST EVER KNOWN, BEING held the sustained interest of her au-
et ate raniions the dience without a break. leading them MOLINO.
est fraternal organization in the COMPOSED OF 78 HUNTERS- from laughter to tears with the most
E oniticd States arir d is intensel i MN L tri- bewildering rapidity. Tallahassee is special to The Journal.
otier. ts princil)ts being, a more lib- MANY WILL LEAVE TONIGHT seldom visited by so great an artist. Molino. Nov. 23.-We are having
tem of th.: stats. the restriction of FOR THE HUNTING GROUNDS. and our citizens showed their appre- such spring-like weather now. No
immigration, shutting out all unJieir- elation of Miss Robson's exceptional one can hardly realize that it is now
ahls and adopting an educational The members composing the two talent by giving her a packed house. very near the last of November,
standard as a test for admission of Thanksgiving teams of the Concordia The efforts made by Mr. Murphree though we know that we will have our
people from other countries who -eek Club are preparing for the big hunt to give the students, primarily, and share of cold weather ere the winyr
to find homes or lodnment within the tomorrow, and some of them will citizens, secondarily, a series of high- 'season is over.
SREFUSED TO United States. No one is qualified for leave the city during today and to- class entertainments during the win- Rev. Barrow. of Pine Barren, preach-
N. AND AS membership unless he is a born cit- night for various points where they in- ter season has met with marked suc- ed here the third Sunday in this
ISIBLE MEANS izen of the United States. and the aim tend spending tomorrow in search of cess. month.
E TAKEN INTO is to make better citizens in every game of any kind. The number of The first attraction, the famous Car- G. C. McKee. the agent and operator,
way of those who enjoy the rich herit- members taking part in the hunt this lisle Indian band, which played here returned Sunday after a week pleat-
negro laborers age of being citriens from birth. The year is much larger than ever before, last Monday night, met with unprece- antly spent with his family at MaWil-
ouisvill4 to taKe protection of the American ballot, numbering seventy-eight. All other dented approbation. Munro's opera: lianis. He visited several other towns
safeguarding our most sacred and members who may now become mem- house was packed. every seat. both while away.
ganized striking I cherished institutions and clothing bers of the two teams will be classed in the 'body of the house and in the The county surveyor. Stephen Ic".
y in the employ 'every free born American citizen with as non-hunters and placed on the team gallery was occupied, and men lined and Mr. Goulding. were here last week
ashville Railroad the dignity of his high office are some that loses in the hunt. the walls standing in every available establishing the land lines of several
arresteil on and of tbe many matters of grave interest Every point in this section where space. The music was suited to ail: different parties.
rants. They re that are advocated and actively pro- game can be reached will be visited, from classic selections taken from the Louis Boley was here on business
nants. They r -d mulgated by t'he membership of the a large number going into the bayous productions of many nations, to 3ie recently.
n the docks and order. now having over two hundred and rivers forty and fifty miles from loved melodies of our own Southland W. T. Earnest, of McKinnonville,
elsewhere in the thousand members in the United Pensacola. These parties will leave and the popular airs of the modern was here on business last week.
be called in the States. today, so as to be at these points by comic opera, all were delightfully fen N. B. Walker was here last week
morning. The next meeting of the council will daybreak tomorrow morning. dered and were peculiarly appreciated delivering fruit trees to a great many
be held Friday night at a place to be The rules governing the hunt are by the citizens of Tallahassee whose persons.
determined and of which public an- that no game will be counted that was opportunities of hearing such high- L. C. Crabtree and family have
nouncement will be made by the co-a- killed prior to Thanksgiving, and class musical artists are extremely moved to Pensacola.
On mittee having te matter in charge, every hunter must reach the club limited. Miss Mollie Herrin went home Fr!-
Si r rooms before midnight of Thanksgiv- To the children two features of the day.
Pbe. 2a Subscribe for The Journal., in, unless unavoidably detained. program gave especial delight. "Afraid J. S. Dailey went to Century ,Frid.-
It atrengten all the vital rgan.
. It perfet secretion aand alimipaiam
SIt builds up the whole syta.
"Hood's Slapyrill- hits my nees
exactly, a it givw a thrill of new lie
and builds me up eashseaa." Capt.
J. P. Thompson, egistrar of Ded,
Begin takin Hooad's wMnp ma
today. t itin the usal liquid form
or in chocolated tabss known
Sarsatabe. 100 Dose One Dola.
rs to suffering women a remedy of
vr v table ingredients selected with
tmnost care for their remedial value
treatment of female disorders.
ods and Drugs are In a class of thelr
contain profit-Sharing Coupons In evry
you. Take no substitute-t-sist on
EAR DRUG CO.,
SRAD I CHOCTAWHATCHIE B
READY HITHEUS-NIY FE-
Miss Ella Paris ,of Boggy. spent
IN .Uo So N A V several days with friends on the
Sound, Camp Walton and at Evoluta. ofTe
Her many friends are hoping' for a puely
E Orders Issued to officers in repetition of the visit. the
Mrs. D. S. Mooney, of Garniers, has th
SS e b returned from her business trip to BEAR BRAND PREPARATIONS-F
Pensacola where she bought a fresh BEAR BRAND PRPARATIONS-Fo
E RC stock of goods from the Lewis Bear own under the Pure Food Laws, and c
meat. Company. She reports a pleasant package. Your druggist can supply
time end prices reasonable. She is "Bear Brand"-the hear head Is on
getting in a choice stock of groceries
Special to The Journal, and reports a flourishing business.E W
Washington. Nov. 24.-The navy de- 'Mr. and Mrs. William Marler, of THE LEW IS B
apartment has issued the following or- Destin, are grieving over the loss of
ders: their infapt son who died Monday Wholesale Druggists and Manufact
Rear Admirals-J. D. Adams detach- morning at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Marler is
ed New York yard and ordered to duty the daughter of AMr. Thomas Brooks,
as commandant Sixth Lighthouse dis- of Brooksdale.
trict and naval station, Charleston, S. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor- to Home in the Dar was greeted
C. gan, of Cracker Neck, died Monday to Go Home in the Dark was greeted
Commodore-G. Dryer, retired righted monday with shouts of laughter, and the "Abo-
ordered home. Mrs. Wm. Rogers, of Mary Esther original" number, arranged by the lead-
SCaptains-J. T. Smith detached duty anj'children, have returned from a er of the band, James Riley Wheelock.
Captains-J. T. Smith detached sent delicious thrills of creepy awe
Sas inspector of the Eleventh Light- visit to Pensacola. th h dlcus thrills of creepy awe
house district and ordered to corn- Miss Nellie Swinson. who has been through their veins an they listened
man the Sputh Dakota. Dec. 12; N. visiting her grandmother Mrs. Con- to the eird calls and hideous war
E. Niles detached command of the don, of Mary Esther, went to Pensa- whoops of the red men.
Hancock and ordered to duty as gov- cola Monday where she has accepted Of the soloists, the first cornetist
ernor of the naval homes, Philadel- a position with Krseeed to meet with the greatest fa-
phia. Pa.; T. E. D. W. Veeder detach- Mr. James Duncan, of Garniers, has vor, though the piccelo and flute solos
ed command of the Alabama and or- been visiting across the baywere in close rivalry. Altogether, the
dered to duty as captain New York Mr r lnkley and Mr Frank Indian hand concert will be long re-
yard; S. W. B. Diehl ordered to comd- r membered as the finest thing of the
l Pharmacy has these helps for auto- mand the Hancock. Dec. 1. Hopr, of Mi ayou, are buil kind ever brought to Tallahassee.
t Commanders-M. A. Anderson, re- an addition to Mr. G. V. Soule's house The.next lyceum attraction will be
Commanders-. A. Anderson, re amp Walbon The.next lyceum attraction will be
tired, ordered to duty in department at Ca Walton. the Italian opera singer. SignoraMo
of steam engineering, New York yard. Mis; Sara dlee as had a kiln room eth Italian opera singer. Signora Me
Lieutenant Commanders-H. H. built and the kiln has been put In. who delightanied b Mher Tallahassee audi-ns
Caldwell given additional dut yas ex- Miss Elce is very busy getting her ence last year as accompanist to rs.
cut officer of the Milauee; C china ready or firing She left some Sherid a rasaccompanistto rs.n.
)n R em lov er B. Morgan detached the Milwaukee of her handsome pieces of china on
and ordered to duty as inspector of display at Deunmiak, where she at- Personal Mention.
the Eleventh Lighthouse district; T. tended the fair. Mr. Julius Hirschtrg made a fly-
ie motor, does not affect the metal D. Parker and K. B. Crittenden om- Mrs.Harris, of Harris, Mrs. Mc- sh r ad a y
nssing thoroughly cylinders, piston missions announced; J. V. Chase de- Guire, of Mary Esther, and Mrs. Sl- in tri to Tallahassee last Saturday.
tached the Kearsarge and ordered to lars, of Camp Walton. with Mr. Syd- General Clifford Foster came over
and speed, the Rainbow as staff command of the ney Davis. were out sight-seeing last from St. Augustine this week on busi-
Third Squadron. Pacific fleet. week in Mr. Davis's launch. Theyes connected w th his office.
Lieutenant-R. I. Curtin detached called on the Evoluta folks and then Mrs. Edwiln A. Phillips, of Sanford,
Maine. Elce home. day of her nephew, Dr. S. M. Tucker,
n r cans Alabama and ordered to the allwent on to Prospect Heights, the day other nephew, Dr. S I. Tucker,
Ensigns-B. J. Greene detached the Mrs. Francis Pryor, of Camp Wal- of the Womans College.
The friends of Mr. Willis M. Ball
life to a car. $1.0 a canPensacola, Dec. 3, and ordered to the ton, gave a dance Saturday night at e sorry o learn that be ha agai
Charleston; V. H. Booth commission Hotel Francis, a large attendance and are sorry to learn that he has again
announced; T. G. Ellyson detached general good time being reported. been called to Tallahassee by the ill-
10 cents a can. the Rainbow and ordered to the Villa- The northern people around Choc- ness of his mother, Mrs. Glover A.
lobos; A. H. Rice ordered to the tavhatchee are laughing over the in- Ball.
ews and Preserves. all Varnish Sur- North Carolina. terest concerning the word "frazzle.' Mr. and Mrs. H. Bridges have
iws an rsMidshipmen-W .H. Walsh ordered It is said to have originated in the returned from a delightful trip to
to hospital, Las Animas. Calif., for south and is so stated in the New Washington.
treatment; E. W .Todd detached the Standard Dictionary (addenda) but
I Styles. See Window Display. Denver and ordered to the Samar. one of the residents, an old school BELLVIEW.
Medical Inspector-F. Anderson de- teacher, says that it was used by herpecial The Journa
tached the Mare Island yard and or- Scotch grandmother and she had sup- Bellview, Nov. 24.The ool bracing
dered to duty in command of naval posed it to be of Scotch origin; oth- weather with frost every night is just
hospital, Annapolis, Md. ers say that it is in common use in the thing for good health and work.
Surgeons-C. H.T. Lowndes order- Illinois and also in Michigan and used Everyone nearly through grinding
t med to duty in command of naval hos- by people who were never in the south cane. The crop was small, to what It
pital supply depot, Mare Island. nor came in contact with southern is every yar. The potato crop -was
P hmPased A.sistant Surgeonns-F. M. people. It s a common expression very large this year, W. L. Loper and
Munson detached duty with first tor- with an angry Michigan boy, "I'll wear J. N. Brewton having the finest.
Ipedo flotilla and ordered to naval you to a frazzle." Quite a number of young people
A453 ------hospital. Cafiacao. P. I., for treatment; s re to be no report from our Quite a number of young people
453. hospital. Caacao P. I., for treatment; Is there to be no report from our from here attended the dance at Mlrl-
G. M. Myers ordered to navy recruit- home folk concerning the Inland W~'- view hall Thtrsday night. All report
ing station. Baltimore, Md.; P. T. terways convention? We have been a good time.
Dessez ordered to duty at naval hos- watching the paper to see tat re-a good time. l
pital. Mare Island; E. A. Vickery e-- port.isses aude and Loler Staples
t ,_ ached naval hospital. Annapolis. p spent Sunday at Myrtle Grove as the
He must avoid Md.. and ordered to naval hospital, COTTONDALE guests of Misses Temperance and
have been Air I nBoston, Mass.: A. M. Fauntleroy. de- COTTONDAMary Cravey.
nts, and ye tacked naval medical school hospital, e, Nov. 2-. A J Miss Ethel Broughton spent Satur-
ame gound t nhat Washington, D. C.. and ordered to na Cottondale, s O 24.-BS. M. Jones day and Sunday In Pensacola.
ame ground that val hospital, Annapolis. Md. and Miss Onia May Bullock were A number of the young people at-
he has finished val hospital, Annapolis. Ad. quietly married Sunday evening. ATey A number of the young people at-
copied and this Assistant Surgeon-F. H. Brooks de left home with the intention of hav- tended church at Myrtle Grove Sun-
tate department. ached naval hospital, Boon, and or- g pleasant buggy ride. While day last.
SenI deredtonavy recruiting station, thiMr. and Mrs. George elton have
io is a good pen. Clev.land, Ohle? H. L. Kelley. de- on this ride they concluded to be- movedto Millview.
lamation artistic- tached naval station, Cavit-. P. L and come man and wife, to the great sur- Herbert Staples spent Sunday after-
rhe parchment iii H ordered to duty with first torpedo flo- rise of their many friends here. Jr. noon n Mie
he White House, .. tilla. Jones is trusted employee of Mr. noon In iiw.
ns it: after that W. Hinson, and Miss Bullock is the The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
the sae depart MALLORY COUNCIL NO. 12, JUNIOR Assitant Paymaster-M. H. Phil- daughter of Mr. Bullock, who died Brewton. who has been very ill with
rotary of statebrick given additional duty as pay of-
cretary of state brick given additional duty as pay of. suddenly near River Junction about erysipelas, is somewhat improving.
the great seal of ORDER OF AMERICAN MECHAN- ficer of the first and second subma- one month aga. The school is progressing nicely
t is affixed. In ne ICS, WAS ORGANIZED AST istan aval There are several big hunting trips with a very large attendance under
eat seal on the A. Bisset ordered to VCoshington, D. planned by some young men of this the management of Miss Ethel Brough-
from the presi- NIGHT AT MEETING HELD IN C., for temporaryduty town forThanksgivin day. Geore ton.
which he says: n d rtm t o contrton a Barnes, Clayton Gay, Ed Belser, will
nd direct the see- ARMORY HALL. p deNorfolk yard Wnsru B onerusoan go to Compass Pond and Econfina. %FALCO.
pair, Norfolk yard; W. B. Ferguson on a camping trip of ad s. R.
e the zeal of the ordered to duty as assistant to the su- on camping trip of a few days. R
affixed to my M. Holliday will go with his two young racial to Tho Jurnal.
ation, dated to his ml J r perintendent of construction at works friends from Miann on Chi Falco. Nov. 2 D. D. Mills is in
ea, datd his Mallory Council No. 12. Junior Or- of Fore River Shipbuilding company; river and rive for deer and hunt Andalusia this week attending court
e,s warrant der of Unijed American Mechanics, G. C. Westervelt detached New York birds on the way back. as witness, also as a juryman.
the proclamation was organized at t'ie armory last yard and ordered home and granted Miss Maud A. Goodwin left yester- D. W'ilkinson spent two days this
s are written and night, starting with a charter me on month's leave day for Bla.kely, Ga., T where she will w eek making the much needed re
s f e paper. f r M ississippi and Florida and P. Chief BoatsheMhain-Jan. A.Riley co- pend a month took in the great ul twopairs o three castelephone line between
n u-rship of 65 representative business mission announced. ppper meeting t hey Sunday.
er nsece anea for mn if th nati ne l o o essrs. J. M. McDonald J. Ca. Sho- Falco and Laurel Hill.
en making copies council to aMississipei Pdenaraolea. W airr best M ualith smoke in ysunedadcdncming mesnt. They Davis, at Wing, spent Sunday in
ordered to make warrant Maehi sts J. Hayes maker, J. 8. Philips. GeG. Barnes, The average daily cut of the mill
he rocvrnorats o The work of intitutinhe member the council ordered to the Fryomeing A. A. Smithisited Ver The Mis ses Hogues were beautiful
rs of states and was done by Ireputy National Council- detcheP the DenveCir nd ordered to ead B nia das la wee ntertaind at thte home of Miss
ptes are written lor J. F. Watts. Manager J. B. B. a'atts, Na'val station, Olongapo, P. I.; for H. R. Merchant. Tom i awthon and It has feen eporte that there are
ts of ;idue paper for Mississippi and Florida, and F. Mp. duty on the Mohican. aW. B. Culbreth took in the great Cul- two or three cases of smallpox at
t never use. t.e Runnels, chief deputy for the two pepper meeting at Chipley sunday. Wing.
em means excerpt above states, forming in the national The El Proviso 5c Cigar They report a large congregation. a Olan
when the full list of officers will bT Farrell who have been quite sick, are Whooping cough is quite prevalent
special ping ropieslama- named and a regular meeting night the best quality smoke in ouna and convtrc n nda in- huh this nt o nda i
nouncng to the aoited. In orderction of officers returned on the midnight train. Falco.some ex
e at organization might h e hast; hw- Un ie TALLAHASSEE. T he Misses Hogues wernane is beautiful-
the t t 1 he onizaion mih b hastned pleasurable anticipations. But lodge at this pahe D. Cross still
ance of thanks- fraternal order man of Pensacola and Tallahassee. Nov. 24.--Readers of u Hie Givens Henry France and
:^ ^.lfn Frils- i^S.^^ U|N mi~ iY S ^'^S
to visit his mother and sister.
Mrs. Terry spent the day here last
Thursday. visiting friends.
Mrs. Aden Flemming and little son,
Vernon. of Atmore. are here, the
guests of her daughter, Mrs. J. W.
Rev. Blitch, of Brent, preached wre
Special to The Jou-nal.
Garniers, Nov. 23.-The Infant of
Mr. Morgan. living near the Cracker
Neck school house, died Wedaesday.
It was 6 weeks and 3 days old. It
was buried Thursday atternoon wt(t
services at the house, Rev. Mr. Camp
The recent heavy north winds havo
blown the water out of the bayous
until they are the lowest in many
years, being some two feet lower
than at normal low tide.
Mrs. D. E. Mooney was a Pessacola
visitor Monday, returning Tuesday.
She went and returned on the launch
Bells. Capt. J. W. Bropk.
The McKeasti people of Bogy
have been delayed in launching their
logs at the head of Gerniers and the
mouth of Lighter Knot *by reason of
the low tide.
R. H. Littlefield has some 500 logs
on the beach ready to be boomed and
launched preparatory to having them
towed to the S. S. Spence saw mill
Mr. and Mrs. John Hinston have
been spending a few days with Mrs.
Hinston's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uttle-
Special to The JournreL
Wausau, Nov. 24.-Rev. W. D. Owela
was a business caller Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wachob, of
White Oak. were shopping here Tues-
Uncle Sampson Carter was in the
city Monday and we are glad to say
the old gentleman looks hale and
County Commissioner S. L. Davis
was transacting 'business in the city
Mrs. Wilton Sketo. of Holmes Val-
ley, was shopping and visiting friends
Joel Carter was transacting business
Tax Collector W. 11. Gainer, of Econ-
flna. was transacting business here
S. W. Jones, of Duncan, was in the
W. H. Baxley, of Orange Hill, was
a business caller Monday.
After a week's visit with friends
and relatives Preston Warren left
Monday for his home on West Bay.;
We have had colder weather here
the past 'week than at any time last
Buster Bush has been laid up the
past week on account of a large car-
C. C. Carter was in the city Sat-
Miss Fannie McKeithen, of the val-
ley, was in the city Saturday visiting
her sister. Mrs. W. L. Tiller.
R. A. Barfield. a prosperous farmer
south of here, was a business caller
Mis Blanch McMillan left Friday to
spend Saturday and Sunday with
There is talk of organizing a Wood-
men Circle herein connection with the
W. O. W.
W. B. Daniels was in the city Sat-
Dan Home, of Orange Hill. was a
business caller Saturday.
Washington Wood. a prosperous far-
mer east of here, was transacting busi-
ness with the merchants here Sate-
and Why fit Ces
Ibodas Ia femtgg
tMhogh tm te wml Beam it hm
affected the -rs in r I v1lar
are srmseac cfeg
It haa done this not because it is 8a
saparilla, but because it is composd of
more than fourteen different remedial
agents, many of which are just what
the profession prescribes for troubles
of the blood, stomach, liver, kidnaej
But the combination and proportions
are ecuar to Hood's e~rwpnvila,
and this is why Hood's Sarapaeuii
It puriies and enrhe the blood.
during Chemists, Pensacola, Fla.
- &%VJ ,
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
- m -- -
I ~ -- TO-IMPROVE APP[ARAkilp
Six pair cost $1.50. C
months without mending.
guaranteed to wear six
Black, Tan and Grey.
Probably most people spend more than $1.50 for
Hosiery in six months, regardless of whether they
wear the kind costing 15c or 50c a pair. But, when
you buy "Notahol" Hosiery, you know the cost is just
$1.50 for six months. You get an insurance policy
with the hosiery. Try six pairs of "Notahol" insured
We have not only hosiery that is guaranteed, but
we guarantee every article we sell. Give us a call be-
fore buying your winter Suit. We can please you-
Fit both your figure and pocket.
Earl & Wilson Collars, 15c, 2 for 25c.
STANDARD CLOTHING CO.
I "Everything on Wheels"
V Lf Y ^ WWm.Johnson &Son.
S P. .-Extra light one horse surreys a specialty.
.-'..r '" b grees at 4 a. m. Last year on the
TERSELY T same date the maximum was 66 de-
TERSELYTOL agrees and the minimum 47 degrees.
-'a -- -The average maximum' for this date
v-t F W* __Wf __ _is 66 degrees and the average min:,
V. J. Herlong, &f Manistee. Ala., is mum 49 degrees.
ui the city on a short business visit. "GOOD LUCK" WITH CAKES
a Is generally due to the fact, iat
J. N. Gllis. of Brewton. was among Blue Ribbon Vanilla has been used
the registered guests at the Merchants Sold by all good grocers.
SWhere is the Man?
George Givan, colored, was fined $1
and costs in the recorder's court yes- Of course you're going to
terday for leaving his team unhitched.
0 eat Whitman's Candies at
Buoy Cook. colored, who assaulted the Thanksgiving Feas
Willie McCall. also colored, with a the Thanksgiving Feast-
knife about six weeks ago. was fined that is if you're particular.
$35 and costs in the recorder's court Pound boxes and up de-
yesterda). Pound oxs and up de-
t livered til noon Thanksgiv-
Chas. Moore and \Vm. Campbell. ing Day. Phone 453. The
white, who arrived in the city a few
days ago, were each sentenced to 30 Crystal Pharmacy.
days in Jail by Recorder Johnson yes-
worday. The sentence will be suspend-
ed if they leave the city at once.
Messrs. O'Brien and Taylor, inspect-
ors of hulls and boilers, arrived here TH O
from Mobile yesterday morning on the
steamship Tarpon. nn nnr
The case of Eliza Lee. charged with
keeping a place for the purpose of
gambling. was continued yesterday in
the recorder's court until Dec. 1.
United States Marshal McGourin
has returned from Boston, where he
wt recently with six members of the
crew of the schooner Freddie W. Al-
thirteenn cases were docketed for
trial In the recorder's court yesterday.
Eleven defendants were found guilty,
- one case was continued and one trans-
ferred to the county authorities. Fines
to the amount of $64 were assessed.
Judgf W. T. Sheppard. United
f States Atterntmy \\'lson and Clerk
Fred. W. Marsh left yesterday for Tal-
lahassee. where United States cour-
will convene this morning.
The maximuni temperature at Pen-
vacola yesterday was 70 degrees at :3
).- m.. while the minimum was 63 de-
bHUtIW AlfL I LU
FRED. WILLEY OF THE SCHOON-
ER FREDDIE W. ALTON IS HELD
IN JAIL AS A WITNESS AND
WILL BE TAKEN TO BOSTON AS
SOON AS ALL MEMBERS OF THE
CREW CAN BE LOCATED.
Fred Willey. who came here on the
schooner Freddie W. Alton, the cap-
tain of which vessel is under arrest
In Boston on the charge of bringing
Chinese into this country, was placed
in the county jail yesterday, where
he will be detained until all the mem-
bers of that vessel's crew have been
taken into custody by the United
Willey, wno has just returned from
a trip to the snapper banks, will be
sent to Boston as a witness in the
case against Capt. Daley.
SHADE- FRUIT- NUT
Well rooted and well grown, true to
name and grown especially for planting
in the South. Well rooted in ideal soil of sandy
loam, underlaid with a stratum of clay. We.
grown under supervision of expert nurserymen
whose lifework it has been to study the tree- and plant-needs of the South.
Tr'e to name because we know our trees-know their pedigrees. In our
test-orchards" we see the parent trees grow, bloom and bear-true to name.
For Semi-tropeial Planting
Everything we offer has been tested and found to grow in some part of
the Southern States, Mexico or West Indies. We help customers select just
the varieties we know will do best in their sections. Our stock is full and
complete 8oo acres of ground keep it so-- in Citrus Fruits, Nuts, Ordi-
nary Fruits, Shade Trees and Ornamental Shrubs and Vines. Twenty-six
years' successful business, each year larger than the one preceding, shows
the satisfaction our stock has given.
Writa u Today for a Copy of Our Neu 1A p CeaMluse
GLEM SAINT MARY NURSERIES
No Rm 2. Gim Saint Mary, Florida 1
C. L. TABER. andd Tremmerr
OF VARIOUS CITY PARKS
Park Commissioners MetALL VESSELS
Yesterday and Discussed
---- LODN TL
THE HANDSOME FOUNTAIN FOR L DI 1 L
THE PLAZA HAS BEEN SHAPED
-MOVEMENT ON FOOT TO EM-
PLOY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT i N. WHARES
TO DRAW PLANS FOR BEAUTIFY-
ING ALL PARKS AND SQUARES Work is Being Carried on by
OF THE CITY. the Company Without
Park Commissioner Greenhat r-port- Interruption.
ed to the meeting of commissioners o. -
various parks held in the city hill yes- NEW MEN SEEM SATISFIED WITH
terday afternoon that he had 'receiv-'c!
notification from the manufanturci; of THEIR EMPLOYMENT AND ARE
the fountain which will be placed in DOING THE WORK FAIRLY
the Plaza that it had been shipped
Tuesday and that it is expected to WELL-CARS ON THE WHARVES
reach here in the course of a few
days. ARE GUARDED DAY AND NIGHT.
George L. Bourchier, employed in
the office of the city engineer, will be
paid $10 for each plan accepted by "The fift'a day of the strike of the un-
the park commissioners 'or beautify- organized laborers formerly employed
ing the different parks and squaes, on the docks of tbe Louisville &
commissioners representing six parks Nashville railroad in this city closed
and squares having decided upon without any apparent change. None of
tthi manner of expending som the strike-breakers, brought here from
of the appropriations made uy the Louisville by Special Agent Harlan,
council. Secretary Sherrill vas In- who employed them in that city, are
commissioners not represented at Lh1- the railroad company yesterday or
meeting in regard to paying 510 for a last night. Neither have any ot
plan for beautifying their park.i. Corn- them who joined the ranks of the
missioner Clubbs said the Bayvrrr w striking men after their arrival here
Park Commissioners could not afford gone back to work. It is said that
to pay $10 for a plan to beautify that none of the old employes have return-
place, owing to the small appropti- ed to work.
a:jn made for that purpose. Mr. All Vessels Loading.
Johnson, one of the Bayview Park Work on all tah vessels consigned
commissioners, informed the .ommis- to the Gulf Transit Company at the
sioners that he would pay 'he $10 out railroad docks was carried on without
of his own pocket for the i:laus and interruption yesterday. but no work
they will be furnisred by Mr lHour- was done on them last night. The
chier. Mr. Johnson agreed. with Mr. only work done last night vas on the
Clubbs that the appropri'-tion '..culd steamer Hannah M. Bell, which is con-
.nt allow the expenditure of this signed to the American Naval Stores
amount for a set of plans. but as he Company. and loading a cargo of na-
Swas anxious to have the work ,f Iea.a- val stores. Employes of this com-
tifying Bay-iew park done in accord- pany are not involved in tne strike.
ance with the ideas of a lan i ;cape ar- The committee of strikers and
chitect, he was willing ,to pay .h:e ost strike breakers who asked Mayor
of the plans himself. Goodman Monday to compel the rail-
W'be secretary was instruct ed to cor- road company to furnish free trans-
respond with landscape architects for portion to the latter to Louisville.
the purpose of ascertaining the cost of and who were referred to Superin-
plans for beautifying parks, squaret, tendent Saltmarsh. were in turn refer-
etc. red by the latter to Spe.ial Agent
Commissioners Citrbbs, Johnson and Harlan. who brought the strike-break-
McHugh were appointed to submit a Iers here from Louisville. Mr. Harlan
report at the next meeting of the com- is reported to have told commit-
missioners in which they,are to ei- toe that he was unable to comply
y thenistance tree should be a lnl-ted with their request on account of the
from the Astace trees shoue dte u be-d anti-pass law. which makes it unlaw-
from the sidewalk, the distant e be-ful. for a railroad company to i1sue
tween trees, and also to name tha kind a pass to any one not in its employ.
of trees which will not be ailowed to but that he would send them back if
be planted in the street. The council they went to work and had tCeir
will be asked to pass an ordinance n names placed the payrolls of th
accordance with the report of this company their time payro e county
committee. from last Sunday morning, when they
To Employ Superintendent. left Louisville. until their arrival in
Commissioner Greenhut suggested that city. The strike breakers are
that, the comlmissionrs of Sevile said to have declined this offer.
square and the Palafox street paif.way The number of strike, breakers at
agree to help pay the salary of Land- work yesterday is said to be in ex-
scape Gardener Kimble if arrange- cess of tfie number working Monday.
ments could be made whereby Mr. Preparing Quarters.
Kimble could devote some of his time Seven additional box cars. used as
toward beautifying the places named eating and sleeping quarters by the
above. Mr. Kimble is now working 1strike-breakers, were placed on one of
under direction of the Plaza commis- the docks yesterday. making a total
sioners and his work is confined to of 1 and a number of cots were
that square. It is the intention of the placed on the first floor of the Gulf
commissioners to have Mr. Kinrble de- Tran-it company's office on Comman-
vide his time to superintend the dancia street wharf. The cars are
work of beautifying these three places, j closely guarded day and night by men
the laboi necessary for the perform- in the employ of the railroad com-
ance of this work to be paid for by pany. and persons approaching them
the commissioners representing the at night are asked by the guards wiat
three places. The matter was refer, is the nature of their visit to the
red to Mr. Greenhut and he will take docks.
it up with the other commissioners. W`i- Connors. who resigned his po-
The large bay tree mn West Garden sition on the police force when or-
street, near Baylen. which would be dered to guard *heelectric cars during
cut down when the work of paving the recent strike of the conductors
that street is commenced, will be and :notormen in this city. has ac-
transplanted in Bayview park. cepted a position as one of the guards
Those present at the meeting were on duty in the day time.
Chairman Daniels and Commissioners
'Johnson. McHugh. Sherrill. Rfoch. Clut- Every.ChanC Customer be-
ter, Robinson, Watson. Greenhut. comes a constant customer at
Clubbs and Mayor Goodman. the Empire Laundry.
A BROKEN BACK. -
That pain in your back caused by CASE OF WILL THOMAS
lumnbago, stiff muscles or a strain is TRANSFERRED TO COUNTY
an easy thing to get rid of. Ballard's The case of ilTho colored.
SSnow Liniment cures rheumatism. The case of Till Thomas. colored.
lumbago, sore and stiff muscles, who was arrested by the city author-
strains, sprains, cuts, burns, bruises, cities on the charge of being a danger-
scalds and all aches and pains. You ous and suspicious chiaracto". was yes-
need a bottle in your house. terday transferred from the recorder's
Sold and recommended by W. A. court to the county authorities.
D'Alemberte. drugist and apothcary, Thomas was taken to the county
121 South Palafcx street. Pensacola. jail by Constable Charles P. BRbe,
Fla. where the charge of mnortgaging prop-
erty which he did not own was placed
mm ms s -- & r against him.
HAU NUI HUAHU
OF MAYOR'S VETO
RESIDENTS THOUGHT THAT THE
AMENDED SIDEWALK ORDI-
NANCE HAD BECOME A LAW SO
CASES WERE NOL PROSSED.
Their failure to learn that Mayor
Goodman had vetoed the ordinance re-
cently passed -by the city council,
which allowed temporary repairs tp
be made to sidewalks in the sidewalk
limit. caused the arrest of Ira Antoine
and G. W. Tucker. They had been
I granted permission under the ordi-
nance to make repairs to sidewalks,
but did not commence the work until
after the ordinance had been vetoed
by the mayor. Their cases wee nol
pressed in the recorder's court yester-
axnI ,f-. :- I-. .t. t-'-
H. HAaOLD HUMS. Secrctary
The Best Cough Cure
A half-ounce of Virgin 011 of Pine. two
ounces of Glycerine and a half-pint of
Whisky, mixed, will cure any cough that
Is curable and break a cold In 24 hours.
Take a teaspuonful every four hours. Ask
your diuggist for the genuine Leach's
Virgin Oi1 of Pine compound pure. pre-
pared and guaranteed by the Leach
Chemical Co., Cincinnati, O.
A 5TH AVENUE
New York Man Pays Pensa-
cola House a Fine
Mr. W. A. Rawls. of the Crystal
Pharmacy, has received another let-
ter complimenting the First National
Bank booklet, in which the adver-
tisement of the drug tore appears.
The letter is from McKesson & Rob-
bins, wholesale druggists and manu-
facturing chemists of New York City,
and reads as follows:
A Fifth Avenue Drugstore.
Mr. W. A. Rawls, Crystal Pharmacy,
Dear Sir: The beautiful booklet
describing the First National Bank of
Pensacola and showing your handsome
store, came duly to hand, and we wish
to compliment you npon Its general
appearance. You certainly have a
Fifth avenue New York drugstore in
Pensacola. We deasie to thank you
for remembering us and we trust you
will be eminently successful in your
new enterprise. Wit' kind regards.
Yours very truly,
M'KESSON & ROBBINS.
TURKEYS AND EGGS
Gophers, Chickens and Eggs al-
ways on hand. Phone 343. 301 S.
Baylen, corner Goverament. J F.
SENTENCES IN *
THE U. S. COURT
NUMBER OF MEN CONVICTED AT
THIS TERM WERE SENTENCED
BY JUDGE HUNDLEY YESTER-
Yesterday was sentence day in the
United States court and Judge Oscar
R. Hundley. who is preshiing in the
absence of Judge Sheppard, passed
sentence upon a number.
C-as. Simmons. convicted of illicit
distilling, was sentenced to one year
in the federal prison at Atlanta. C.
R. Davis. convicted of the same of-
fence. recehred the same sentence.
Shep Battle, for selling liquor with-
out a license, was sentenced to four-
teen months. while Jas. Jordan for the
same offense will serve one year and
E. E. Harrison was sentenced to
one year and one day for illicit dis-
J. W. West, the negro convicted
of maki-ig fal-e returns of the num-
ber of miles he traveled as a witness
upon the court, was sentenced to
serve 14 months in the Atlanta prison.
M. W. Wedner. who is charged with
illicit distilling, was committed to
jail in default of a bond of $200.
Verdict for $3,700.
In the case of L. C. Brewton vs. the
Louisville & Nashville railroad, on ac-
count of the-death of Flagman Ira C.
Brewton, the jury returned a verdict
In favor of the plaintiff for the sum
Of course you're going to
eat Whitman's Candies at
the Thanksgiving Feast-
that is if you're particular.
Pound boxes 'and up de-
livered till noon Thanksgiv-
ing Day. Phone 453. The
Special to TNr Journal.
Milligan. Nov. 24.-The saw news
reached this city Sunday morning of
the death of Mrs. J. R. Henderson. of
Cobb. Mr.< Henderson was stricken
with the fatal illness about one week
ago, the end coming Saturday at 1
o'clock p. m. Her remains were in-
terred in the Pilgrim's RcWt ceme-
tery Sunday evening in the presence
of a large audience of friends and
Rev. VW. F. Martin. of Laurel Hill.
passed through this city this morning
,en route to his home after spending
i-everal days in and around Cobb.
Mr. an-d Mrs. T. J. Hinote returned
ito their home at Laurel Hill this
I morning after spending several days
at this place. the guests of Mrs. Hum-
L. Turner. a business man of Flo-
rala. spent Monday here overlooking
the Hinote sawmill at Griffit-i.
Mrs. A. L. Garrett returned home
last pight from Crestview after a sev-
eral days visit with friends and rela-
Rufus Bishop returned home last
night from Falco. Ala. Mr. Bishop has
been in the logging busine-s at that
place for some time.
Jo'an N. Chestnut and C. E. Bishop
came over from Holt and spent Sun-
day with their families at this place.
Mrs. G. W. Humphries is making
preparations to remove to her old
home in this city again.
Rev. E. C. IMave filled his regular
appointment at the Methodist church
here lat Sunday. He returned to
Milton Sunday night.
D. H. McCollum was a bnrlsess vs-l
Entitled. "An Ordinance to Provde for the Expenses of the Government of thl Cit
of Perwacola for the Fiscal Year Beginnlng October t, 1 aM nd ed *
member J3Ot, 1909. and to Provide for the Payment of the I~tereet of the
Debt of the said City, and to Provide for the Sinking Fund for the Payment
of the Principal Sum of the Bonded Debt of the said Ctty."
Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Council of the City of Pensacola:
Section 1. -There is hereby appropriated out of the General Fund for the Gen-
eral Expenses of -the Government of the City for the Fiscal Year ending Septomih
30th, 1909. the follloing sums:
Per Month. Per ear.
Mayor .............. ................................ 166.66 -3
Comptroller ........................................ 125.00
Clerk ................. .... ... ................-.-110.00
Assistant Comptroller ............................. .00
Assistant Clerk ................................... .C00
Attorney .......................................... 125 00
Tax Collector ...................................... 15.00
Tax Assexsor ......................................12".00
Building Inspector .................................
Treasurer .......................................... 25.0
Recorder .......................................... 7 .
Plumbing Inspector ................................ 10.0
City Engineer ...................................... 150.
:xpenses. City Attorney ........................... 300.
Board of EqualisLation ...........................-.. 6.00
Expenses. Building Inspector ...................... ,10.00
Stationery aid Incidentals ......................... 5,t"900
w. . ,^ ..,- - lr- -t - .-................- 1.200.01
New City Map-
Salaries. 9 months .................................
N -w Code ..........................................
City Hall. Suppltmentary..........................
Citv Jail. Supplementary ................. -.......
Reserve for Street Improvements .........-
Plaza ............... .........................
Plaza Fountain .................................
Other Parks .......................................
Two sprinklers, ewst. equipment and operating.....
Sewers. t-leaning and flushing ...................
Public Buildings, Maintenance and Repairs .......
Garbage. Removal ............................-- -*
Streets. Lighting ............................---
Enforcement of City urdinances ...................
Registration Officer ............................-
... Board of Health.
7 Sanitary Inspectors at $6..00 ...................
Stationery and InridentaJs .....................**
One-half Salary Health Officer .....................
Clerk .............. ........... ................- "
Twelve Months at .................................
570.00-$ S6,S4.00-- 0l 0
Making a Grand Total of General Expenses for
the Fiscal Year of ..............................$ 2.406.00
Section 2. There is hereby appropriated to the Board of Puc Satfety out of
year ending September 30th. 1909, the following sums:
Marshal ....... ..............-- .....*.......*.....
Deputy Marshal ........-...-......................
2 Captains at $77.50 ...............................
Feed for 2 horses for Captains ...................
One stpe~ al Officer ......................-***......
30 Patrolmen at $7o.00 ...........................
R Mounted Offhers at $70.00 ........................
Feed for 8 horses for Mounted Offlcers .............
2 Station Ke-oers at $7.00 ..............-..- *....
2 Patrol Drivers at 70.00 ........................
2 Stock Catchers at $0.00 .................**********
Twelve Months at ..................***........
Feeding Prisoners ...............-- ---------------
Feeding. Shoeing and Repairing..................
Telegraph Alarm, including Electrlctan' Salary ...
Stock Pound Expenses ............-...............
Stationery and Incidentals .... ei s and" Immts.
One Covered Patrol Wagon ........... s 0.00
Equipment for Pdlice. 3. Belts and Clubs
at $3.,0. and 14 Police Pistols .......... 44.00
1 Set Collar and Hames .....................- 3 8
One-half Salary Physician .............--..........
M ed icin e s ........... ---- .-- .
Care and Transportation Paupers ..................
Hospital Expenses ................*.............
Twelve Months at ..............o...........
hMaking ,Grand Total of Police Department Ex-
Per Month. Per Yxe
penses for the Fiscal Year of ............. $44,. 2.0-- 44.M.
Section :. There Is hereby appropriated to the Board of Public Safety out 66
the Fire Fund for the expenses of Fire Protection for the Afscal year ending BSe
member 30, 1909, the following sums:
hief ............................................$ .00
Shief ...........** *************** 30.00
Horse Feed. Chief ..----------------------* ---*..-** 7.00
Assistant Chief ................................... 0.
6 Captains. at $65.0 ................................----------.00
6 Drivers. at $62.-0 ......-....-- -....................... .0
1. Firemen. at $60.00................... --------......- 5.
One Engineer ---------------------- -----------..00
One Fireman and Driver for Engine ............... 60.00
One Tlllerman .............--........----------...... .00
Rent Truck Houses ................... ... ....
Feeding Horses. 15. at $12.50 .......- ........... 175
Repairs to Apparatus. etc ..........................0
Telegraph Alarm. including salary of Electrician ..0.00
Incidentals ...............---- .................* 840.00
Hydrant Rentals ............*........*******......
Twelve Months at ........................... ,4 50
Repairs and Improvements.
N'ew Horses (four) .............................
New Hose ........---...............-"".....
Extension Fire Alarm System ....................
One Combination Chemical Wagon and Hose Cart..
Two Collars and Hames at S38.00 ..........-.......
Two Sets Harness Hangers at $20.00 ...............
Furnishing Now Truck House ............**......
Making a Grand Total of Fire Protection Ex- 47.258.00-$ 47,38.M
penses for the Fiscal Year of ..................
S..ction 4. There is hereby appropriated to the Board of Public Works out ad
the Street F nd for the Improvement and Repair of Streets, Crossings, etc., for the
Fiscal year ending September 30th, 190. the following sums: 0.0
Steet Superintendent ............................... ,0.
Streets. Cleaning .................................. 1,000.00
Horses. Carts and Tools ............. ...............1,00.00
Feed for Stock. 10 head, at $12.60 per month ...-. 15.
Feed for Superintendent's horse at $1 .......... 0.00
Stationery and Incidentals ......................... 1,00.00
Saiary. two overseers ............................. M.00
lrav Foreman ..................................... 00.00
Drivers, 10, at $46.00 per month ....................
City Engineer Department.
One Instrument Man ............................ $ 1,020.00
(mOne Rodman ....................................... 40.00
One Rodman ......................................" 20.00
Incidentals ......................................0.00 200.0
Streets. C('Osings. Repairs and Cleaning ..........
Rent of Stables ..........-*****...............
M i a r Tt Itu
Making a Grand Totl .x pense In t2e 2t1
])epartmtent for the Fiscal year of .............2172. 21720.
Section 5. There is hereby appropriated out of the interest and SinkIsng Fnd
for the purpose of paying the Interest on the bonded debt of the City. and for reat-
ing a sinking fund for the payment of the principal sum of said bonds for the fscal
year ending September 30th. 1909. the following sums:
Interest on $240.000..00 New Bonds at 6 per cent .... $14,400.00
Interest on $660,000.00 Improvemeit Bonds, at 4% 2.250.00
per cent. .. ..................... ........ ........250.
,inking Fund--Improvement Bonds at % per cent.. 3.250.00
Grand Total for the Year ......................
Total Amount Appropriated for F Ical Year ....... - - $ $
Section 6. This oidlnance shall take effect mmiedately upon its pag'e and
approval, and the appropriations hereby made shall be av able from the first day
of October. A. D. 1908.
passed Noember 11. 1908.
Approved November 12, 1908. C. C. GODMAN
Attest: -.. vayor.
I- G. AYMCKR.
SNeither the Captain, Owners,
nor Censignees of the German
steamer. Captain William
Manzell. will be responsible for
debts contracted by the Crew
of said vessel. ... ,
o qX, El
Robt. Tuemler Co.,C
Neither the Captain. Owners,
nor Consignees of the Nor.
bark Abbeysinla. will be re-
sponaible for debts contracted
by the Crew of maid vessel.
EXPORT LUMBER CO., Captain.
itor to Holt today.
The many friends of Dr. Wm. Ed-
wards will be proud to lean that he
is able to be on the streets again
after an illness of several days dura-
Changed to Order.
Nell-Maude couldn't have thought
much of that fellow she married.
Belle-Why? Nell-She boasts that
she has made another man of him.-
Electrical ixtures, desk lights
tephonme brake00, te.
NO CONTRACT TOO LARQG.
NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL
E. W. PEAKE,
Phoem 345 and M&
Every day. The EscambiI
Oyster Depot has moved to
112 South Palafox St., Phone
A lot of old newspaper
tied up in neat hei4lae for
sale, c a bundle, at The Jour.
REPLACE that old style dray
with one of 6UR LIGHT
Floats. A complete stock of
Buggies, Light Delivery Wag-
ons and Harnes in stock al-
We extend to the ladies of
Pensacola an invitation to call
at Watson, Parker & Reese
Co.'s store in the afternoon and
sample our Celebrated Brand
This coffee is packed in seal-
ed cans, and has a reputation of
being a blend of the finest cof-
fees that are grown.
Importers Coffee Co.,
Ltd., New Orleans, La.
Lewis Bear Co.,
NaucIM, Wuigmle tAts.
wnere is me m Ran r
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNfSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
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aPUBLBHBD EVERY MOR]
FRANK L. MAVES, Ple i
MEMBER THE ASM
O YMoatLt .. ......... lO
Six Mcuth ... .... 50
Thfre d4a.... .. 1 26
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Intm ndenca an
Plones: Editorial Rooms, 31
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY
Once More the -
Once more the deadly pistol has
been called in to arbitrate a personal
dispute in Florida and, as is usual, the
result is a corpse or two and one or
more wounded and the dispute very
-much further from settlement than It
'was before. It will probably now take
the form of a family feud, and be
transmitted to the next generation as
, family heritage.
We know nothing about the merits
of the quarrel in Quincy which led to
the sl a hter told in our dispatches.
but we -T know that if the pistols had
been left at home. in all probability
there wouldn't have *beef any killing
and the dispute would have been ami-
Tably adjusted as there was a peace-
maker right at hand to help settle the
trouble without ariolenee.
If increasing density of -population
is the parent of most modern evils as
some political economists insist, then
by all means let us vote more power
to the pistol toter, multiply 'him and
his "gun" in all possible ways, acclaim
him a public benefactor and crown
him with laurels, set him up as an
ideal for the boys in our schools and
parade him through the streets with
brass band accompaniments as a hero
when be comes fresh and reeking from
his slaughter, for he is the most active
agent we have in these highly civil-
ited states of ours just now in deplet.
ing the population and relieving the
strain of its density.
Pensacola's manifest destiny, aside
from her commercial future, is to be
one of the great tourist resorts of the
South. But tourists are critical and
until we make a beautiful Pensacola
they will not come in the large num-
bers we may 'be sure of after'that con-
summraton. It is money in the pocket
of every business man and property
owner in this city to join heartily in
the movement to make a* 'beautiful
city hd-e on the finest harbor on the
The Wisdom of
In commenting on a paragraph in
The Journal concerning the recent de-
cision of the supreme court of the
United States to the effect that the
*tatea may constitutionally legislate
to prevent the coeducation of the
White and negro races the Bartow
We really do not believe that the
respectable, conservative element of
the colored race in the south or any-
where else in this country, desire to
attend the white schools. In the few
case where such attempts have been
made in the south it has been the
work of meddlesome carpetbaggers
from the north, and where it has
been attempted in the former free
states, the leaders have been crazy
fanatics who are never satisfied ex-
cept when stirring up 4trife. A move-
ment was made in this state in the
early nineties to establish an insti-
tution at Orange Park, for the co-elu-
cation of whites and negroes, but it
was "nipped in the bud" by the pass-
age of what waA known at the time
as the "Sheats bill," which, if we
mistake not. is still on our statute
books. There was some talk, at the
time, of testing the constitutionality
of the law in the United States courts,
but it was never done.
We agree with our Rartow contem-
porary in thinking that th. best ele-
ments among our colored people do
not want such co-educatlon. It is very
uure that. the Southern people would
not have taxed themselves to the ex-
tent of about $25.000,00of during all
these long years just to provide free
schools for ne.ero children exception
the condition of absolute separation ,
and sensible negroes understand this.
The system of separate schools is
working well now and always ha.s,
but if the negrophiles, whose philan-
thropy is not unmixed with malice
toward the Southern whites, could
have had their way we would have
had enless disturbances and bloody
race riots in the impossible effort to
bring about co-education.
Charles Francis Adams is the wis-
est man at the North today on the
negro question, and he says that the
aNutlern people are most competent
SEverglades one of the most fertile
areas in the world under high eultiva-
tion contributing millions to the an-
nual wealth of the state, and Governor
Broward will have an honorable page
-Y. SUNDAY. in Florida history because he did so I H
SD mch, under so many discouragements
ING P MiOkDT to help make it so. lICEHAS BEE
I The Sea Island cotton growers of
UL COMPANY. plorida should not fail to make a
good showing beTore the -ways and
means committee in Washington City
loat a* GemP eme r on December 1st, when the question
AOBATMED PM I S of cotton and cotton manufactures It Will Be Pulled Off, How-
will be taken up by that committee.
ON ATES Congressman Frank Clark will be ever, in a Week or Ten
S M th 45 there to assist them and help make
Ono We ........... .10 < it plain to the committee that as long Days.
Weekly BWdta, pmr yer ..p1 CO : as protection is being handed out to
the rest of the country the Sea Island
pwr Fr --u- ~ cotton region should get its share by THE ROAD IS IN BAD CONDITION,
i A S w a tax on Egyptian cotton that wilN SEVERAL CANNOT ENTER MA-
., make it unable to compete with the CHINES AND A NUMBER HAVE
CHINES AND A NUMBER HAVE
oilding-Comer orhmeprouc OTHER ENGAGEMENTS THE
md DeL. a Sti l The Farmers' Union recently met in REASON FEOSTPONEMENT.
SNew Orleans and the Southern Cotton REASON FOR POSTPONEMENT.
Association in Memphis both with the
B. Business Of e, 1500. leading purpose to take some action The automobile race, whicZi waa
That would raise the price of cotton. scheduled for tomorrow, was last night
--- But thus far no effect is appreciable, postponed for a week or ten days,
kY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1908. The Birmingham, Ala., Ledger, prob- when it will be run over the same
ably gets at the core of the trouble course as -had been selected, except-
Sin this wa: -ing that it will start south of Floma-
to deal with that question in all its in this way: on several miles. The postponement
phases and that they should be left It is a well nigh hopeless task to wa.- decided upon after a consultation
alone to do so. Happily for whites raise the price of cotton after raising of the promoters and those who had
a big crop. The buyers are sharper entered their cars.
and negroes alike the supreme court than the sellers. It is well to try ill One of the principal reasons was
of the United States agrees with him the plans, but a sure one is not to that the county has just commenced
in one of the most important of taose raise more than 12,000,000 bales of work on the road at a point near
phases. cotton. That wil4 put the price to .- Pine Barren, which precluded any pos-
cents steady. A farmer can make sible chance of making fast time, so
Ricf Hobson is still obsessed with money with 9 cent cotton, but a it was decided to wait until this por-
tc Hobson i still obsessed with planter needs 10 cents for his. At 12 tion of tie road is rolled. Another
tne nightmare that Japan is lying in cents everybody would make money reason was that several owners of
wait for us and will hurl ail her bat- and the South would boom ,beyond cars wanted a postponement so they
tleships at us just as soon as -he precedent. could participate in the Thanksgiving
thinks the -moment is favorable. Con- Organization is undoubtedly a long hunt. while a number of others want-
ed Dr. Kennedy's Buick roadster in
sequently e writes an open letter to step in the direction of helping the th race, which could not have been
the president urging him to rescind cause of the farmer, but not even or- taP case had the postponement not
the order for the withdrawal of our ganization can successfully -combat been decided upon, as one of the
fleet from the Pacific. It of no use fixed economic principles. Too much wheel.t was smashed Sunday in an ac-
cident north of Pine Barren. The doc-
to attempt to either write down or cotton production just as inevitably tor with some friends was making an
laugh down that young man Hobson. means a low price as too much water- inspection of the road when the accil
He is in such deadly earnest and his melon production is followed by a dent occurred, but none of them were
patriotism is so undoubted that, as similar consequence. injured.
S. 8. Prentiss said of Calhoun, his By postponing the race at least two
. Prentiss said of Cloun, more cars will be entered t-'an would
very fears almost command our con- have been. Mr. Haight will be here
fidence; hut for all that he reminds us VOX POPULI from Mobile with a White steamer
of some of those good souls of a gen- while Mr. Bradley will have a Ram-
eration ago at the north who for years _-The judges of the race will prob-
after Appomatox insisted that the Meridian, Miss., Nov. 20. ably 'by G. A. Waterman. Tino Brent
South was crouching for another Editor Pensacola Journal: Dr. Blocker and Albert Avery.
spring at the throat of the Union and After an absence of fifteen years,
we find ourself again among tae thor-- -A
no precaution must be neglected to roughly progressive people of this won- N A D VI
prevent that catastrophe. Waf be- derful city.WS AND VIEWS
tween the United State* and Japan is The changes that have been wrought BY STATE PRESS
a possibility too remote to worry this during the interim since our last visit ;
generation here, are so striking, in number and "- ^-" -
magnitude that, but for the meeting
The Jornl of former friends to remind us where Some of the Counties Voted Right.
The Journal knowledge the re- we are, it would be impossible to as- The Pensacol Journal thus express-
ceirpt of an invitation to be in Gaines- sociate this city of today wita that of es its disgust with the defeat of the
ville, in this state, on Saturday even- fifteen years ago. three constitutional amendments:
*g November 28, to attend the The old passenger station has been "The easiest platform upon which any
wentyth aiversary supplanted by a modern structure that statesman (?) In Florida can run for
twenty-fifth anniversary of the mar- would he a credit to a city five times the legislature is one -which denounces
riage of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hamilton the size of this. Two substantial all forms of taxation, no matter how
McCreary. It would indeed he a rare building of modern design are in evi- strong and clear is the argument to
pleasure t accept this invitation and dence for blocks in every direction show that such taxation is necessary,
Pleasure to aept ths itatn nd from the magnificent federal building for increased educational facilities and
be present in person to extend heart- which has been erected upon lots one sirch little immaterial things as that
felt congratulations to our friend Mc- of which the writer occupied as a which are merely plutocratic devices
Creary, the editor of the Gainesville residence p eventcen years ago. At to further oppress the dear. dear
Sun and hi good wife uon the ha at time we lived outside the business peepul. He is a dead sure winner on
Sun, and his good wife upon the happy section of the city. such an issue. Some of these days
occasion. But Mack knows how it is Among the buildings to which ref- this same increased education will
with newspaper men, especially those erence has been made are five to send these cheap demagogues to the
on the treadmill of the daily press, and six story hotel, bank. store and office rear and men with brains and con-
so for this anniversary he must a buildings, all of modern design and science will take their places." It is
so for this anniversary he must ac- admirably adapted to the purposes for interesting to note that while most of
cept our presence in spirit accom- which they were erected.- To these the counties gave heavy majorities
panied by our best wishes extended in great improvement are added a fine against all the amendments some of
no perfunctory fashion. When a good sewer system. miles of paved streets them gave equally heavy majorities
anand sidewalks an adequate el ctric for them, but not enough to save
man and a good woman live twenty- service both in illumination and tr,:s- them. It will be interesting to study
five happy years together in the divine portation. as fine street car equipment the returns in tht particular when
relationship of marriage it is testi- a5 any city in tne souti and all kept the report of the official returns come
neat and cl-an. giving to the city a t._ Jakonville animesunion.
mony to the enduring character of our ap.slaia that forcibly and favor- J sonville Times-'ion.
civilization and the purity of our so- ably i.npr-cs-es the visitor with its A Pointer for Lawmaker Light.
cial state well worth noting; and ('irie pride and progressive spirit. Andrew Edwards. a colored man.
when that particular man happens to Among the number of old friend- and professional hunter and fisher-
be a Florida editor of the best tope ships we have renewed. isthat of Mr. n'an. was arraigned before Judge Mc-
be a Florida editor of the best type. ('. .Msoore, with whom we were for- Kinnon yesterday and found guilty at
as in this case, we feel a peculiar merely associated in the railroad ser- exposing for sale a wild turkey, an1
pleasure in helping to preserve the te,- vice. who i- now tae highly efficient fined $25 and costs. This being the
timony in the archives of the press. s-cretary of the Meridian Chamber tirst case of this nature and the negro
of eomnmre. Claiming innocence of the law, the
We find this gentleman full of con- judge remitted the fine, except $5 and
"Mr. Speaker, I am opposed to this fidence in the ability and iclinatio costs. Thistte the fine. dobtlcepss prove$5 and
measure. Florida is not worth buy- of the promoters of he l^Dhis and costs. This will doubtless prove an
measure. Florida is not worth buy- of the promoters of the Ms lphis and example to evil-doers of this charac-
ing. It is a land of swamps and quag- Pensacola railroad to build and oe- am ter.-Marianna Times-Courier.
mires, of frogs, alligators and mos- rates the road in the neai- future. "verl-Maoers" indeedou It is the la
quitoes. A man, sir, would not immi- In fact. Meridian. with its numer- that is the evil-doer in this case. It
grate into Florida. 'No. sir! No maa ous lines radiating i,' every direction. at is thc evt-aorr in this case. It
would immigrate, into Florida-no. is as ni-ch interestcrl in securing thi has comalle to a pretty pass that a man
not from hell ltsell."-John Randolph, road which when constructed wil pas in callorid an "evgamoer" who sells ame
in congress, in 1835. through the city,. as Pensacola. its
The above quotation from the most southern terminus, should be. The zen of this state, who has not the
eccentric statesman we ever had latter can rely upon the ful yma- time to hunt, nor the wherewithal tb
centc statesman we ever had in lthy and substantial assistance of Me- bu Sgun and dogs. must be denied the
this country is going the rounds o. riidan to secure for both the incalcu- luxury of quall deer and turkey. Wi
such papers in Florida as are opposed able benefits that would result from hope that Mr. Iight will use his in-
to Governor Broward's splendid work the' construction and operating of this fltrence to repeal these vicious laws.-
great artery of freight and passenger Ocala Banner.
to bring about the reclamation of the traffic.assener
Everglaues and make it a great asset Carrabelle. Apalachicola. Panama A Bright Three-Year-Old.
in the wealth of the state, as it un- City are now. and St. Andrews will. Oala as her share of pretty girls.
doubtedly will be some day, and this soon he. in Pensacola's class in point full measure. "pushed down and run-
Sof railroad facilities. It now he-eooves in over .'hut for real bright oys
too, on the initiative Broward has al- Pensaeola. if it would assume its right- we believe she stands at the head ,f
ready given it. Let us remind these ful position in the sisterhood of great the class., She has one little fellow,
papers which quote the dense ignor- Southern cities, to get out of the class
ance as to Florida of the provincial of its little sisters in this respect, and
get into the class of Meridian. Hat-
Virginia fox hunter, scholar and cranktiesburg and Lumbnirton.
that Daniel Webster himself, who Concerted action brought* the Mis-
loomed as the colossus of the senate in sissippi cities relief from the ruinous
his day. in one of his speeches de- oppression of monopoly and gave:
them the blessing of competitive sr- D n ng
nounced the whole of the niteu vice. Concert of action would be as
States west of the Missouri river as a effective in Florida as it nas been in
desert region of shifting sands that Mississi.ppi if it could be inaugurated
along similar lines-. T" history of;
would always be worthless for the pur- Jacksonville we beTle alsory or a lp-
Jacksonville we believe amply suip-
poses of civilized man and not worth ports our contention.
a dollar of appropriation on the part C. '. PORTER.
of the government. 'that country today PLANTER SUICIDED BY Not tOO late yet to
is cut up into great and prosperous SHOOTING HIMSELF IN BREAST
states, highly productive and populat- Ma house. Prices in man
j ^ y n f -a Magnolia. Miss.. Nov. 24.-N*ews was ue. rices in an
ed by many millions of American peo- received here this morning that Jep-
pie of the best type living amid all the tha McDaniel, a prominent farmer ever seen before. Buy
environments of modern civilization living ten or twelve miles southwest
and growing foodstuffs enough to feed of this place, had committed suletle
by shooting himself with a Abotiun i
half the nation. If John Randolph's shortly after daylight. No further par-
words were solemn nonsense what must ticulars have been received. Coroner
be said of the Websterian drivel which Quin and Sheriff Holmes were noti- 0 S
made half the republic an eternal Sa- an invitation te scene making
hara? The next generation of Florid-
ians will probably see the despised Subscribe for The Jour.al.
not yet quite three y
knows every automobi
(and there are puite
the difference in the
whistles, and his clever
by any means run enl
All This Week.
are offering our entire line of BOYS .
)USERS, consisting of over fifteen
dred (1500) pair of elegant high-grade
users., in both plain knee and knicker-
cer styles, regular prices 50c to $2 per
this week less
opportunity every mother should take
son, Parker &Reese Co.
EVERYTHING TO WEAR.
ears old, who
le i nthe city
a number) jy
tone of th'!
rness does not
tirelv to auto-
Our Fruits are Luxuries.
Another item is now to be added
to the tariff. Besides Florida grown
cotton and tobacco, citrus fruits want
'protection against foreign importa-
tions. 4iorida is a democratic state,
These fruits are already on the pro-
tected list, not because they are Flor-
ida grown, but largely because they
are California grown. But it is lil
right to place t tax on their importa-
tion under the democratic theory of
tariff for revenue only, as these fruits
are luxuries and not necessaries. The
democratic theory is to tax the i1:-
mer and not the latter.-Ocala Bin-
Edward S. Rawl Killed by
an Employee at Alco,
Slain because he criticized an em-
ploye who resented critici-m, the body
of Edward S. Rawl, president of the
Bradford Lumber company, was
brought to this city this afternoon
from Alco. Fla., and will be taken to
Batesburg. S. C.. for burial, says taie
The first details of the shooting
were received this morning by C. .w
McGebee, vice president of the lum-
ber company, in a telegram from the
agent of the Atlantic Coast Line at
Eustis, Pla. The information contain-
ed in this message was confirmed
by those who arrived with tCe body.
The Lie Passed.
The message reads:
"Was at Alco last night. They say
quarreled about loading a lighter. Mr.
Rawl accused Glover of not doing his
duty, and he gave him the lie. Rawl
went after him with his first and
Glover shot him. I saw Mr. Glover
lazt night and he said he awfully sor-
ry over having to do it. Glnver was
still at Alco at midnight last night.
but in hands of sheriff."
The body arrived on the tuboat
Rosa this afternoon. Th.- tug boat
was expected last night, but was de-
layed by- the coroner's inquest, held
at Alco ye-terday. and did not leave
there until 10 o'clock last night.
Undertaker Marcus Conant left the
city yesterday on the receipt of the
telegram telling of Rawl's death, and
went as far as Palatka by launch.
When he reached Palatka and had not
met the tugboat Rosa he left the
launch and returned to the city by
rail. A telegram was then received
giving the cause of the delay.
The body will be prepared for bur-
ial and will be taken to South Caro-
T. S. Glover was a commissary
clerk at the lumber camp of the
Bradford Lumber company at Alco.
FOR LOCAL YARD
tion, Guantanamo. Cuba, including
$400,000 for a dry dock to cost $2,500.-
000, $450.000, naval station Key West,
Fla., $30,000; navy yard, Norfolk, Va.,
$811,000; naval station, Pearl Harbor,
including an estimate of $2Q0.000 to-
ward the construction of a dry dock
to cost $2,000,000. $1,300,00; navy
yard. Pensacola, Fla., (35,000.
The need for more civil engineers
and high class technical assistants is
emphasized, and the wisdom of having
government purchase dredging plants
instead of having dredging at navy
yard and naval stations by contract is
Increase of pay and rank for ofcers
and employes are asked for
FOR THE POOR
,THE JOURNAL WILL RECEIVE DO-
NATIONS FOR THE LADIES'
Admiral Hollyday AUXILIARY 8. P. O. E. ,WHO
Rear Admiral Hollyday. chief of the
bureau of yards and docks has sub-
mitted his annual report, including
recommendations for appropriations.
and in the latter $35.000 i.s requested
for the Pensacola yard. A special
from Washington says of the report:
Rear Admiral R. C. HolliJay, c.iiet
of the bureau of yards and docks of
the "Inited States navy, makes a
strong plea for more extensive Im-
provements at insular stations and ior
a higher standard in.the maintenance
of home navy yards, in his annual
report to the secretary of the navy.
No extensive improvements. he says,
have been made during the last year
at the insular stations.
The estimates for navy yards and
stations recommended to be submit-
ted to congress at its coming session
are as follows: Public works, includ-
ing repairs and preservation, $9,811,-
730: maintenance yards and docks. $1.-
500.000: contingent yards and docks,
$30,000: total $11.341,730.
The need for additional dry docks
is urged to accommodate the largest
vessels likely to be built within the
The estimates include: Navy yard.
Charleston, S. C., $442.500; naval sta-
WILL DISTRIBUTE GIFTS TO
POOR FAMILIES CHRISTMAS.
In addition to receiving donations
for the poor of Pensacola to be dis-
tributed Christmas by the Salvation
Army. The Journal will also receive
donations to be distributed by the La-
dies'. Auxiliary to the B. P. O. ?.
These donations can 'he sent to The
Journal office any date aft?. Decem-
ber 1. when the work of providing a
Christmas for the many poor families
of the city will commence.
The Ladies' Auxiliary a few years
ago undertook to assist the worthy
poor of Pensacola. and since then the
good work has been continued each
)ear e-A'h very marked success. The
ladies this year plan to make the dis-
tribution upon a larger male. and.are
satisfied that the residents of Pensa-
cola will assist liberally. Their dis-
tribution will not include clothing or
food supplies, but simply candles, tWys.
etc., and is more for the children than
for older people.
After December 1 parties sending
money, toys or an) article to The Jour-
nal office for the Christmas distribu-
tion should specify by whom it is to
be distributed, whether the Salvation
Army or Ladies' Auxiliary. In send-
ing clothing, however, this will not be
necessary as all such articles will be
turned over to the Salvation Army.
"s, Pictures, Mattings, Etc.
Stress up the dining room, which should really be the most pleasant room in the
y instances so low as to cause pleasant astonishment. Quality higher than you've
to-day, Pay once in a while.
SPENSACO, OR DA.
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1908. _
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS
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SOCIAL CALENDAR *
S OUieM4rifflth v l at West Inte nd.cia street, 8 p. m.
S aeceptioa after ceremony at 302 W. lntendencia street.
Rce-Baldwin 'wedding at 1W06 N. Saylen street, 8:30 p.m.
focakl Card Club; hostess, Mrs. Job Jacobean. 13 M Dvillier
Sstrest at$I : .
.PMastigme cl b. boatsM Mrs. W. LUAndtroe, 8 p.m.
P lgretive WB chb at Progress club 8 p. m.
SNow City waich Clb. complimentary to Mrs. J. C. Pebley; hoot-
Se, Mr. F. M. Willianw, corner 14th avenue aid 14 street. 3:30
p. 1. E
) Tham rivag. .
Ladlies Afternoon Reception at First Presbyterian Church parlors.
S Tuesday Afternoon Club; hostess, Mrs. M. V. Merritt, Romana
street, 3:30 p. m.
-Meeting of Thermday Mornina Bridge club; hostess, Miss Hilda'
Blount. Baymaore. at 11 a. D .
Forum-Seboll wedding. 219 N. Cevallos street, soon.
Something's come between us very
Something that oeeasioms me dis-
Something that I've been regretting
Can you gueas?
Something that most certainly repels
S Something that has made my spir-
Yet my plaint is useless, something
Can you think?
No, its not a trifle, nothing tiny;
SI should cll it anything but small,
Once or twid the thing has made the
I've been wounded by it, irritated;
Now sad then it gives me quite a
Tes, I'm sure it is e existed.
Don't you. kaw?
rm aware that there's mo uae Is kike
Well I know you will sot heed my
Though the yard-long feathers now
In my eyes.
Though my nose is skinned I don't
Have you wear a smaller one for
It' the blooming brim that I object
Of the hat.
A pretty homewedding will take
place this eveningalt the home of Mrs.
William Hollfleld,; at 302 West Inten-
dencla street, when Miss Minnye, the
charming daughter of the househodM,
will be given In marriage to Mr. Leon
Cleveland Griffith. \Both young peo-
ple have many friends in the city,
and the event of tonight will be wit.
Sne-sed by a large number of invited
guests. The bride is one of Pensa-
cola's most attractive yonag ladies,
and will be a welcome addition to the
city's already charming circle of young
CHILDREN'S PARTY AT
SPROGRESS CLUB ROOMS.
An event, essentially Thanksgiving
In character, and one planned by a
bevy of pretty young girls for dainty
little children, will take place on'
Thanksgiving afternoon at the Pro-
gress club, when the members of the
confirmation class of Temple Beth-El
will entertain at an afternoon chil-
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS. as they
eamnet reach the seat of the disease. Ca-
tarrb is a hlo4 or eonatltutional disease
and in ard' to cure It you must take in-
tornal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken ntersally. and arts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces. HaP's Ca-
tawrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It
as pr0serlibed by one of the beat phyl-
etlan In this country for years, and is a
regular precrlption. It is composed of
the best tonic known, combined with the
beet blood purifders acting directly on the
niuoous surfaces. Th. erfet combina-
tin of the two Ingredlents is what pro-
Sdure sueh wonderful results In cuariu
~W Catarrh. Send for testimonials free.
r. J. CHENEY Co.. Prot., Toled O.
Sold by Trugists. price ,5c.
Take H U's ay Pl for conastpa-
THE PURE POOD STORE.
for your Thanksgiving
Our store will be closed
all day Thursday, Nov.
Sol Cahn & Co.
Phones 480 and 178. .
dren's party between the hours of
2:80 and 5:30 o'clock.
Games will be played and refrea.h
ments served, the event having been
prettily planned, and t a manner
worthy of the young ladies who will
ill the charming role of hostesses.
The members of the confirmation class
are as follows: Mia es Paula Hirsch-
kovitch, Gladys Cahn, Eva Berlin.
Hazel Jacoby. Ethel Israel, Miriam
Freidman, Sadie Cashman and Miriam
RICE BALDWNII WEDDING
The marriage of Miss Bessie Rice
and Dr. J. C. Baldwin, the latter from
Nashville, Tenn.. will be solemnized
this evening at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Rice, at 100&' North Biylen street.
The ahair will be most attractive, as
plans for ose Of the maest beautiful
of "aeme weddings have been made.
Miss Rice, who is a beautiful girl,
will prove ee of the mo-t charming
brides of the season. and it is with
deep regret that heramny local friends
will witaes her departure tonight, it
being the lutleda the young cou-
ple to enjoy a month's honeymoon
trip, and then to settle in Century,
where Dr. Baldwi will establish a
SOCIAL CARD CLUB
The Social Card ct* will be enter-
tained today by Mrq.i.John Jacobson,
at No. 12 North eVUllier street. The
hour of meeting 1t 3:30 o'clock.
TO BE HOSTESS.
Mrs. Waiter Undstrem will be host-
ess this evening at the regular meeting
of the Pastime Euchre club. The club
will meet at 8 o'clock as usual and
the evening is anticipated with the
AT PROGRESS CLU.
There 'will be progressive euchre
this evening as- ummal at the Progress
Club rooms. These pleasant events,
which are of weekly occurrence, are
among the most attractive of the lo-
cal social calendar, and are well at-
IN COMPLIMENT .3T9
The New City fliteh club will be
entertained this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. F. M: Willisama at her
hone on 14th street, a large number
of visitors to be guests in honor of
Mrs. J. C. Pebley, who is here from
El Paso, Texas, and who was promi-
nently connected in social circles pre-
vious to her departure for the we-t.
Mrs. Williams and the Flinch club
are fine hostesses and the event of
this afternoon promises to he of ex-
AT PROGRESS CLU,.
One of the brilliant events of the lo-
cal social seaon- attracted attention
last night, when a large number of
invited guests took advantage of the,
invitation of the Progrer .:lb to be
in attendance at the Thanksgiving
dance, which occurred at the Knights
of Columbus hall. The strains of
sweetest melody, intermingled with at-
tractively attired ladles and their es-.
corts, served to make the scene an
entrancing one, and a picture never to
be forgotten by those who were fortu-
nate in being in attendance. The ball.
which was brilliantly lighted and
tastefully decorated, was filled with
an enthusiastic assemblage of guests. I
who enjoyed the pretty affair in a i
manner which' was complimentary in-i
deed to the popular club under whose
auspices the event occurred.
The ladies of the First Methodisti
church were hostesses at an excep-'
tionally clever affair last night, given :
at tie home of Mrs. Angus McMillan. 1
on East Gregory street. Taking the
form of a musical. the event provedj
one of the most pleasing in the his-
tory of local ehurh aflairs. being
much enjoyed by those who were in
attendance. Delicious refreshments'
were served, and a program rendered
which did credit to those who partic-
ipated, and also to the ladies under
whose management the affair occur-
SATISFYING. Luz i
Its qua"Uit M gaf and tra- f
nMe make Its flavor jut rg J t.
Sodd evywho, 25 onts 1-lb can.
THE REILY-TAYLOR COMPANY.
NEW ORLEANS, U, A.
Coesolidted Ot*cw Co., itburtms.
and the ladies are cordially invited to
attend what Iretosee to be a un-
usually pleasant evening. *
MRS. BASS WILL ENTERTAIN
Mrs. O. Bass will 'be the next hos-
tess of the Browning Club. The meet-
ing will take place one week from
Saturday, and an interesting course
of study is planned for the next few
meetings, of special interest, in fact.
to tne members of the delightful cluT
--an intellectual club of which Pen-
sacola may well be proud.
MRS. JOHN BAILEY
IN NEW ORLEANS.
The following from the New Or-
leans .Tiues-Democrat will be of in-
terest to the many friends of the Pen-
sacola lady mentioned:
"Mrs. John Bailey. of Pensacola.
Fla.. who is the guest at Jackson Bar
racks of Capt. and Mrs. Louis Chappe-
lear, will be entertained informally
this week on several'occasions. This
evening Mrs. Helen 4. Loeber will en-
tertain for her informally at dinner
and later at bridge, and she will be
the guest for cards in the afternoon
Friday of Mrs. Jotn W. Phillips.
A POPULAR LITTLE
Little Miss Margaret. the five-year-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B:
Thorsen played hostess yesterday af-
ternoon at the home of her parent q,
on West Government street, when a
number of her little friends, and s9me
of those who were not so little, gath-
ered to assist her in the celebration
of her birthday. The house had Iken
beautifully decorated in chrysanthe-
mums. and a dainty repast prepareI
for the guests. prominent among
which was a large birthday cake, sur-
rounded by five flaming candles.
A large number of attractive birth-
day gifts were received by the little
maid, who is much admired by a large
concourse of local friends. Those
present yesterday .were as follows:
Margaret Thorsen, Helen White, Hil-
da Hallmark, May White, dna Beidel,
Minnie Velasco, Ruth Pfeiffer. Mae
Pohlman. Georgiana Velasco, Henry
Thorsen. Willie, Otto and Frank
Pfeiffer, Robert Howland. Whiting An-
drewsa Webster Berry, Alvin and Bus-
ter White. Everoid Aikens. little Ed-
ward Peake and nurse, and Me;dames
T. B. Thorsen. Ed Peake. Etta White,
Belle Andrews, N. J. Lilard and
Misses Dora and Cora Pfeiffer, Ma-
rion Saunders, Lena and Georg.id
Bjornsen and Leola Berry.
MISS CALDWELL ENTERTAINED
TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB.
Miss Fannie Caldwell -was hos'.cs at
the regular meeting of the Tuesday
Bridge Club yesterday afternoon at
her home on West Gadsden street. the
usually interesting time characteristic;
to the popular club having neen eon-
joyed. Miss Caldwell is popular in
local circles, and a clever hostess.
TUESDAY EUCHRE WITH
MRS. DR. HIGGINS.
Mrs. Dr. Higgins entertained the
Tuesday Euchre Club yesterday after-
noon at her hospitable home at No.
28 West Gadsden street .The first
prize was won by Mrs. Osgood Anson,
Miss Willard having been successful
in carrying off the conolation. The
next meeting of the club will occur
at the home of Mrs. Fred Marsh, on
EAST HILL EUCHRE
CLUB WAS ENTERTAINED.
The East Hill Euchre Club was
pleasant entertained yesterday- after-
noon at the home of Mrs. L. M. Da-
vis on Lee street. An enjoyable af-
ternoon was reported 'by those who
were in attendance, the beauty of the
prizes, all of which were of sterling
silver, having been remarked upon.
Mrs. Geo. Hoffman was awarded the
first prize, a pickle fork, while Mrs.
Will Ferguson received two prizes, the
consolation and the lone hand, which
were a hat ipin and call bell respect-
ively. Mrs. J. M. Clutter was present-
ed. with a thimble as a booby prize.
Mrs. Will Ferguson will be the club's
next hostess at her home on East
Mrs. Voges was the hostess at the
regular meeting' of the Married La-
dies' Euchre Club at her home on
West Chase street yesterday, a de-
lightful time having been enjoyed by
the ladies. Mrs. M. L. Roch won first
favors. Mrs. Joe Roch having been
awarded the consolation. Mrs. Francis
Blumer will entertain the club on next
Tuesday at her home on East Govern-
Y. M. C. A. BOYS ENTER-
TAINED LAST NIGHT.
The Working Boys' Club of the Y.
M. C. A. entertained last night at the
association building. a rare treat Iav-
ing been in store for those who were
Refreshment were served, and a
good time generally enjoyed by the
members and by those who had been
invited in to share the fun. This club
is one of the most valuable of the
many sub-organizations of the parent
association, and much good work is
expected from the bright boys who
compose the splendidly organized
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barton and Miss
Nancy left recently for Norfolk, Va.,
to 'be the guests of relatives and
friends for an indefinite period.
Mrs. A. M. Lappington, of Mobili~
accompanied by her two children, Mil-
ton Wood and John, will spend
Thanksgiving at the home of her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Wood. Mrs.
Lappington and the boys will remain
until after the holidays.
MrS. Lydia J. Newcomb Cummings,
lecturer for the National W. C. T. U..
is the guest of- Mrs. Wm. Bessey, at
616 East Gad den street.
Mr. Sydney Ievy is in New Orlean.;
on a short business' rip.
The many friends of Mrs. Victor
Hoist, Sr., who recently underwent an
operation, will be pleased to learn
that she is able to sit up at her home
on the bay shoi.
Miss Ruby R. Johnson has returned
home from a three months' visit with
her cousin .Mrs. E .D. Thrasher, of
Mr. Jake GrosktVpf. who has been
the guest of his mother. Mrs. E.
Grosskupf, on Gregory street, left yes-
terday for Apalachicola and other
Florida points, on business.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. R. Johnson are congraulating
them over the arrival of a little daugh-
-Mrs. Jas. MacGibbon will spend
Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrrs.
M. E. Boyle. in New Orleans.
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clarke,
at their home in Washington, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. King are re-
ceiving congratulations over the birth
of a son.
THANKSGIVING FASHION HINTS.
All journeying and visiting the year
round sink into insignificance when
compared to those of Thauksgiving
week. It matters not whether the
young folks are going home to the
GOLD DUST is better than soap
and elbow grease for pots and pans.
It digs deep into cracks and corners
and sterilizes everything it touches
-- [ -- l -- . -- ] 1- -
There is nthing.about the Iritchk' which collects so
much dirt, grease and grime as pots and pans; and there is
wu1uing that will clear them so quickly, easily and thor-
oughly as GOLD DUST.
GOLD DUST cleanses until the last evidence of dirt
has gone, and removes every trace of germ life.
You are probably not aware that pots and pans which
are used constantly contain hidden nests of little wigglers-
germs of putrefactim and
decay. GOLD DUST
removes these, because t
utilizes as well as cleans,
and leaves your utensil
cieaun, pure, w otsome,
REV. WHALEY IS ILL. '
The family of RIv. Percival Whaley Safe.
did not leave yesterday for Charleston. GOLD DUST will
the fact that the doctor *beeaoe too ill work wonders in cle s-B
to admit of his taking the journey. ing and pn1 i4hi mg i
While his coeditioe- s ~ot regarded as "
serious, he is tlbq objWt 0o muchl con- Cans, pails, bottls a n
cern among his ian local friends dairy ,itewlsi, pots, pans
THE W. C. T. -U% To and kettles. z. ooLD Drer -t .dN.. -o
The W. C. T,_U. wild meet this af-
ternoon at 3 p. m. at the First Bap-
tist church. Mrs. Mary NewcombiMadeby THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
Cummings, who is tecturer for the na-
tional organization, will be present, MIkrs of FAIRY SOAP. the oval ske
MR. JOHN KINNEY
A Prominent IndiLaapolls tawyr,
Says: 'Aftr Grippe Take Vial.
.It ilt Me Up and Made Me
"The grippe left me in a nervous,
weakened, run-down condition. Noth-
ing seemed to restore my strength.
At last I tried 'inol with the very
best results. It built me up and made
made me feel like a different man, and
I am now better and stronger than I
have been for years." John Kinney,
This is because Vinol is a genuine
tonic and body builder which con-
tains peptonate of iron together with
every one of the body-building medi-
cinal elements of cod liver oil bufW
without one drop of oil to upset the
stomach and retard its work. Vinol
acts directly on the stomach, creates
a healthy appetite, and enables the
digestive organs to obtain the neces-
sary elements from the food eaten to
make rich, red blood, healthy flesh
and muscle tissue and create
Your money back if Vinol fails to
Benefit. White's Pharmacy, Pensa-
old. or the old are coming to town to
visit the young. whether the working
girl is fleeing the big city for a draft
of country air and a glimpme ot
"homey" faces, or the petted daugh-
ter of millions is planning a trip in
her private car to her dearest enemy
in the latter's palatial country home,
the instinct to make the- very best
appearance is uppermost in the femin-
"I would have Molly and Jim be
ashamed of me for the world." ex-
claims the mother on the farm, as she
and the village dressmaker put new
silk braid on the oft-remade gown,
and add a finishing touch of real lace
from the trunk in the attic.
"I nust get my new crepe de chine
blouse finished." murmurs the tired
stenographer as she turns the lAmp up
a little higher and gets out her sew-
ing things. "Mother would be disap-
pointed if I didn't wear home soame-
"Put in my painted gauze dinner
frock and my rope of pearls." Miss
Millions bida her maid, then adds that
Miss Dresser's T".anksgiving dinners
are always the smartest ever."
And so you see pretty frocks give
the turkey gobbler and all his sav-
ory trimmings a close run on Thanks.
What will you see in the way of
gowns at the dinner table?
Something soft and supple and shin-
ing-be sure of that. And hair dress-
ed extremely low, with 'nany ban-
deaux or ribbons twisted through
softly waved tresses, and the quaint-
est jewelry in the oldest settings that
the family chest will disgorge.
The dinner gown of 1908-9 is a
dream of beauty whatever its fabric.
For the up-to-date fabric is soft and
clinging, calculated to make the wear-
er look slender, and made into a mode
which gives the longest possible lines
to tfe feminine figure. Above all
things the dinner frock must be either
in one piece or give that efect. The
girdle must be of precisely the sa-ne
tone and seem to be a i;art, nAt a
nmere adjunct or accessory of the
For the dinner gown, if ,your purse
will permit, choose crepe meteor or
directoire satin. The former costs
$2.50 a yard up and runs forty-two or-
forty-fiv. inches wide. The second
costs from 99 cents a yard up and is
thirty-six inches wide. Messaline is
almost as &himmery as the directoire
satin, but is narrower and can be
bought at 59 cents a yard ua. Next to
the various silks a most desirable fa-
bric is cashmere in light weight, or
even Henrietta cloth, but do not
choose a voile this season. It would
be decidedly passe. A lovely dinner
gown fabrics silk marquisette, which
should he made over a messaline lin-
ing. Supple velvets are worn by ma-
trons of middle age or older, "but they
are not suitable for younger women.
Chiffon cloth remains popular for din-
ner froc s, to be worn after candle
light, and hand, painted chiffons are
among the season's novehies. Only
transparent fabrics are now made up
over taffeta linings.
A charming trimuping for cashmere
or henrietta dinner frocks 1 messa-
line satin in self-tone, with matching
sash, and a tucker and .:alf-sleeves
of good lace or fine net. Ecru ntsa
embroidered in colors harmonious
with the cashmere and a uovelry trim-
n;ing or passementerie to outline the,
tucker will give a smart touch to the
well in this design, but for a low-
necked gown silk, satin, mull or chif-
fon should be used. Cashmeres are a
trifle heavy for low-necked frocks.
Lovely printed mulls in bordered de-
signs can be. picked u.u now far a
song, and with folds and sash of mes-
saline over silk slips make ideal din-
And finally a few tips about the suit
in which you journey to the scene of
Thanksgiving festivities. Be sure you
have a rather lea coat with pointed
tails and a narrow skirt. Your hat
should be as broad as your skirt is
narrow and your winps large, tiff and
matching in colr the material used in
your sut. One of td smartest com-
binations is a suit of London a oke
or gray cloth, trimmed with wide
braid and satin buttons, a matching
hat trimmed with self-tone velvet and
a dash of flame color satts IS the folds
and game-colored wine.
MEALS FOR A DAY.
Wednesday, November 2.
Shredded Wheat Biscuit with Fruit
Scrambled Brains. Poached ggs.
German Fried Potatoes.
Salmon Loaf. Boston Baked Beaws.
Nabisoos. Preserved Cherries.
Cream of Celery Soup.
Roast Pork With Apple Sauce.
Baked Sweet Potatoes. *
Creamed Cauliflower. Spinach With
Whipped Cream Cake.
American Chees. *
TO MAKE BETTER DESSERTS
Use the best extreats-Blue Ribbon
Lemon and Vanilla-They. are true
extracts, pure, fine, excell.ait.
The El Proviso 5c Cigar
is the best quality smoke in
the United States. For sale
by Imperial Cigar Stores.
Where is th Man? '
se* alr s masrnaL
Harris, Nov. 4.-Capt. Ass Ward
has gone to Pryor's ill with the
Honor loaded with briek and will load
back with machinery tor Pensacola.
Miss Fannie Oe~d weat to Peosa-
cola Saturday on the lauek Bells to
W. H. Wick and Heary Wllltams re-
tuned Saturday from Milton, where
they made anal ftpof of their home.
Mrs. E. G. McGuire san Noby Spots-
wood spent StMday at Capt Asa
Mrs. Annie 0. Harris and 'ML. E.
G. McGuire were callers in the family
of D. R. King at High Tower Satur-
day evening. ,
IT'S A CRIME
'to neglect your health. The worst
neglect that yU u ea he gullt) of is
to allow conastipetio, bilousaews or
any liver or bewel'trouble to continue.
It is poisoning yoor atte system and
may lead to a serious eiaee disease.
Take Ballard's Herbine and get abso-
lutely well. The store cue for any
and all troubles of the stomach, liver
Sold and reomaeaded by W. A.
D'Alemberte, drugist and apothecary
121 S.out Palatefa treett, Pre ola,
Of course you're going to
eat Whitman's Candies at
the Thanksgiving Feast-
that is if you're particular.
Pound boxes and up de-
livered till noon Thanilgiv-,
ing Day. Phone 0. The
B **clal to Thef JIM .L
Boggy, Nov. $4--The soggy. Mill
Co. is now rusaias its plaat on full
time, cutting about 21,0* board feet
The mill of the Consolidated Land
& Lumber Co. .will he ready to start
up within a short time.
Boggy is becoming one of the 'best
towns in this seetiea. The name
Boggy signifies that it bogged up
with business, T'hee are about ten
buildings in the course of celtruction
and everyone is busy. New families
are locating rapidly, sad at the pres-
ent time the town he four stoese, two
mills and two still
Economical customer pre-
fer washing at the Empire.
Long* buckles and slides are much UJl .
used to set off both silk and velvet Specala tr T Jeu
gowns. and rhinestones are used in Garniers, Nov. C4.--tephen Edge,
enormous quantities for both buckles of Crestview. in delivering rosin and
and buttons. Buttons of all sorts and turpentine at the Davia landing for
-izes are combined with braid for the Ray & McDuee still at Green
trinmings, and fringe is used almost Pond.
exclusively on the tunic frocks. Blaney Brooks, of Camp Walton,
A clever imitation of the one-piece was up to the Davis landing Saturday
frock is shown. which is in every way 'wIIfreight.
suitable for wear at the Thanksgiving _. ,
dinner table. The fabric employed in T emeet icr Oepp
ithe model was a soft golden brown 1F fyorekiadlbw.l h yoe U
nuessaline. with tiny figures emhbroid- odecription ao'the 490t@ tothe
ered in a slightly deeper shade. A inexperismelVd,the Naariob i s
fancy silk braid. matching the mn- ofes UaMMsiMn d l" i a&mmi WS -
broidered figure. was used to finish the derway. A hild4 qp m l at i tia
bottom of the skirt, outline the blouse his usual health, e zmt moha a-i only
and furnish bows for the half sleeves. to awkes ael hm kk a welld-
The yoke was of point de Venise, but veloped awttuk fawmd tbaeMsile
any pretty figured net could be sub- of thenight isr b the l an io ns t
stituted. The high corselet skirt is in trying to rmB w is ius
so draped that it seems to join the mnually im or I. % It ie
folds of the blouse. This frock could uMall diltt, f ggmvI em of a
be 4qplicated in any of the plain silks 'i im" in the mi edtmhr ht,and h
or satins, crepe de chine or cash- ShMld oewrke dq- 4 m t11 leo e
a postillion *sa couhl be added. OIs g' B lO wil
The high-neekad gown of course is "IWve I ag4?bty,_IC .i ',
the only one permissible for the din- I ismei *0 tmbi
aer table at noon or thereabouts, but weiey sdr
for evening dinners a low-necked 0 h0 asu Pao -5o theSt
frock is in better form. 4 lovely de- im
sign for tais purpose, developed in the ct a ci m "M b om nd i t
hand-painted chiffon of which I have
spoken before, fi shown. Bordered ri a mlal I iin U S
goods of any supple sort will develop w frthat i u i
fMelt the millions of
cakes of Ivory Soap
which were sold last
year into one gigantic
cake and it would be
bigger than the biggest
battle-ship that floats.
"Isn't that wonder-
ful?" you say.
what advertising will
do, doesn't it?"
Yes. ,- And
shows how great is the
demand for a pure soap
that sells at a fair price.
99 4-oo Per Cent. Pure.
LATEST FAD IN
Coronet Puffs, wavy and
straight switches, fluffy hair
rolls. Hair nets in different
shades. Best goods at lowest
Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery,
No. 11 East Intendencia St.
5 South Palafox St.
Something entirely new,
Have you seen it? Just re-
ceived by express, dainty,
pretty, and fetching.
$4.00 PAIR, *
For ladies who appreciate
MEYER SHOE C0.
Feet Furnishers For Folms.
102 South Palafox St.
We have just received
a consignment of Cran-
berries, Nuts, Candies
Crystallized Fruits, Pro-
serves, Jellies, Cakes, etc.
This store will be
closed all day Thursday,
14 West Garden. -
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
DiAS IID D -- - IlN -- "
i JOURNAL WANT ADS
-BRING RES- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAYBRIN.G:RE
I~ ru FISCC .
What You Want Someone Else May Have.
S' AD VER TISE IT
What You Have Someone Else May Want.
Pensacola Real A North Hill Home.
All modern. 8 rooms. two battle. large $ 10 0 00 0
lot, half block ,,f ,ar line. close to I.e
3-3 6000 BARGAINSE-3 state &- a Price $810.0 FOR SALE-
U DIEIUrIU tr and Publi^ hOOl No. .Buys a Cottage Home in $1600.00
$1175.00. Price $800 Best Residence Section
e are offering a veryne 5-room. on y dn North Aca- is the Safest Invest- Some Others. of East Hill, block from For015 E. Strong Street, a new
ni street, wth a lot fronting 45 by 125 feet. Et car ine. Ba ore hom at Fisher five-room and hall Cottage, with all mo
$1800.00. met for your Idle f , fr lh,,., car line; 6 rooms, new,m nTs$0 0 oad
Can buy a one-story dwelling on North Renu street, niar Gadsden So- you Idrooms. all nod East Gads- bath, hot and cold water: $10000 down and
street. containing rooms. with lot 60x125 feet. This is listed for only a ,n$2l0 Jakso 6 roms, all m n. Sanitary co, 9ments of $25.00
few days at this price. C ash 2100--Eat Jakson. 6 rooms. al mod- sanitary connections, 9-
Will get a very nice home on DeVillier street near Gregory street, of A few months ago we began building foot front and side gal- An Investment.
rooms. with a lot 64x.50 feet. Convenient to any car. lie en houses In. the West End. to sell on f We have for sale at a sacrifice to right party, a lar
tro Xa fe. Covnin t n Maae i'the rent-paying plan. They will be fn- lery. ro Lage blind factory and planing mill situated at Bagdad and P
Fise Insurance. City MapS. shed this week. Every one has been lot. The balance like plant is up-to-date in every way and can be purchased
Agents Blount Building. sold. since these houses were begun. terms.
property In that section has advanced. (Incorporated.) rent. Don't slave for
but wedid not advanceurpric So REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. rent Dont slave for
HOOTON 6 WATSO N, o those ho purrhas have ben of- ALlandlord. T ESTAH RA
Wfered a pront on their investment. 43 South Palafox Strt. your landlord. T e F S AL E TAT
E "THE RENTAL AOENTSL" watchh Wrest End property: it is rapidly L OR LO
Leading Real Estate Loan and IaiVViWce Agents. coming to the front. increasing in value 5 lots on 16th ave- "THERENT COLLECTORS"
LeaF o R sending ReaatLaand I ct every day.
Blount Building, eadarter Rdti." Pone 4. The country has been through a most nue ar line the AL TAE.
depressing period during the pasl year. r Rt nue car line, the REAL ESTATE. RENTS d LOA
Stocks and business generally has beencheaest 206 S. Plf St. Phne 87.
J__I__i ^___ ___ i___ affected. but real estate in Pensacula has cheapest properLy
not depreciated one cent. Our belief is in this section $1100
that with the coming year. when the $25 a month for 2-story,
street p;aving is begun and other Im-
Are You From o rts under way. yu willsee values 8-room and hall house with J0. .Bl Jr,
0 fr going up in all parts of the city. and and hal house
A re Y ogi o opWoolaw those who are fortuuate enough to own
W__ Ca-J h'__ Iproperty will make money. Get In on the all modem improvements, on PHONE 608
Scgn round floor-buy now. Rooms 304-306 Thiesen Building
f te bt b s in rt er o If you want to buy or sell in any Bay Shore, at White's Sta- Pensacola's B
sme of the best bargains in real estate ever offered part of the City, call or write us. tion on Electric Car Line.
inPeivcola D W The Fisher Real Estate HELP ANTED.
HOMES For a small payment down and the balance L I S. BROWN 6 COThe gen HEP WA EIn
like rent. , E W Agency. RWANTFIT--FIrst-class house girl. Appl
lOT IntaL. o REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 229 North Spring St. 5no ?w
LOTS! In all parts of the city on th stllment plan. Agents Thiesn Buliding. "we Sal Lets." WANTED-TOne small National cash
AE rs BOR NFOR RENT. RRegister. Apply ,Lewis Bear Comp ny: Whre th ulf
SEE US BEFORE BUYING. 1 re
FOR SALE. FOR RENT-Large hall and upstairs two WANTED SOLICITORS-Four hustlingeezes Always From
Rooms, one furnished. one partly fur- producers. uis ropoition Blow of the
shede, with bath, 113 1. Intendencia. prersweek. See J. E. Calvin. Hotol BVer-
M cV L LAL C L IFOR SAEIE OR RENT-My home fur- 4 novlw no.n- between 8:30 and 9::1 a. m.. after
nished or unfurnished, consisting of 5:30 p. mnolw*
block 230. New City Tract. Cor. 16th St. FOR JtENT-Five-roon cottage, bath and
REAL ESTATE, RENTS AND LQANS. and 14th avenue. (No. 1400 Lakeview gas. 216 West Chase St. Apply 220 W. 'WANTED-A woman to cook and do gen-
"Ave.). or will sell all or the west half ot Chase. 24nov oral housework. Apply to 1105 E. ('Cr-
No. 9 W. IntendenciA St Photne -71. , the block. Terms easy. Apply Mrs. J. vanc e oay A not ae
( C. Pebley, on pre miss, novTtt FOR RENT-New store and fiat. wtt ante eet.
"all modern tonvenlences, at 108 East VAN'TED-Two good canvassers. Ad- It may be too late to buy a desirable lot in Kupfria
t FOR SALE-Two-gallon cow for sale. Ap- Intendencta. Apply 307 W. Chase St drecs "*999." Care Journal. 24nov::t* yourself of this great investment opportunity. This will
ply 221 W. Jackson. 24novlw 2Inor
~'ANTED-Men to learn barber trade. those who buy Kupfrlan Park lots. Such an opportun
WANTED BOA ROOMS SPORTSM take notic-For ale, FOR RENT-Six-room cottage. East Few weeks completes. 60 chairs chn- again. To-day is yours and now is the tim. Over 100
double-barrel shotgun 1 gage. Best Gadsden street close n. 17 per month. tantly usy careful instructors; tools purchad. There are still many choice lots left. Join
.WANTED-Politlion as housekeeper by a FOR i T--Uhed or h sootng gun n city. an b seen at ppy B. F. Wolfe, Care Citizen Natlon given; diplomas grant: wages Sat-people can own a This is th
l -y with references. with good people. fron t oVn and term ex- I King &. Runyanis, South Palafox. 24nov2t* Bank. 19nov ays; positions waiting. wonderful d.-
Slady with reerenctes. with good people. md ettern eSTOREFOg Runa- Etalrox S mand for graduates. Writ. for catalogur-. you will be fre from colored people. Englewood He
Ad4reow H. M. B.. Care Journal.nov1i to ds:tbor nSTORE FOR RENT--1O4 East W'righthSt. Moler Barber C'ollege. N--w (Orle~ans.. l. .ritton la.ce and Hazlhurst property adjoin us on th
SH. M. B. Care Journ nov1wfamily. Ad McMILLAN & COMPANY have just re- o better location in the city. This Br ant property adjoin us on th
dre Bao U IS15aug ceived a hig supp of Turkeys. Geese, store is the last chance In this block. Fine and northwest, and have the same restrictions. Call a
WA?"rM)- --Fashionable"dresmakinC. LAROEI will-,well ventilated Tangerines, Grapefruit and Eggs for ehant-taflor, millinery or any other hulsi- ro-f'retres.c for c.tali'r maid. Apply
Saisfation guaranteed. Prices reason- rooms. th or without meals; table. Thanksgiving. Phone 613, 120 W. lnten- ness not at present located o n property. 18 efst Roman mait. 1A9no
able. g19 E. Government St. 22no V1* best the market affords. In privaLte fam- dencia. hVnov For particulars aploton p optsye. 1atRman t.4eo
ily. Use of gas. blth. piano. On q.ar East Wright St.. or Hooton & ,atmon. .NTEI-Railway mail ct.rks; customs
WANT -To supply you with resn line. 401 Et Gregory Street. 25novm SEWING MACHINES. Ea1st nrightov or Hooton & wn o.v ee.NT rkalas a .hitr K
Turkeys. Chickens and Eggs forenplo -,lerks at -n. Com-
Thanlgivlng. F. B. Watson. phone 635. WANTED-Permonent boarders; first- THE BEST values in Sewing Machines FOR RENT- Many examinations soIon. Nrparatin
21novw* class table and all modern convenien- can be obtained at Singer store. Ma- A warehouse with private sidr.track. i ., Wt immediatI-ly Fr-in n- 224-226 Brent Building.
ces. Apply 20Eastovernment.cnfor cashr on eas terms, Stores East Gardenst. near Pafioxt titutf'. . Rochestern. Y. Y. nov-i11*
",WANTEEI-feo'ple to know that the0 25novlm Lodk for the Red S- .er Sewing Ma- $15 to $2) each.
Solomon Furniture Co.. Seyur nsomorthe. o.chine Co. 32 South Palafox St 2lnov8t e, nW. corner atragossa and DeVil- WVANTED-- very man. woman aid child
blankets and I.d spreads on eaksv pay- SUNNY ROOMS3 completely furnished foriP liners. $50.00. hi Pensacola to know about the great
me ts. no light housekeeping. Apply n616 st FOR ALE-A nice Lthteen-month-old 317. South Palafox, upstairs, pool closing out sale wt. are having in cloth-
e0 n-i Gadsden street. 2Snovlw* colt, saddle and bridle -for $35. Well room. $30.00. Ing and general mercthandis .. E. Green-
WAJNrEIR--T.o lorrow )?s2p on real estate broken in for boy to ride or drive. Can GdadRn and 6th avenue. $10 blatt. 1n9 E. Intendencia St. 31octlm
securityy worth $5000. Addr.es 1'. O. FRONT ROOM for rent. furnished, as. be seen at West Florida Steam Bakery. 104-106 South Tarragoona St.. $20.00.
'llx "'L'" P',.nsacola. Fla. 1.novtf bath and phone. Apply 222 N. Al-anis. 20novlw Suite of 4 offices, 2nd floor, Palafox St. WANTED--Hustlers. ladies or gentlemen,
BOOKKEEPER with ten years eorperienceo FOR SALE--Good milch cow, $25.00. Jno. Houses- Quick sellers. Good money. Apply 310
wants position. Boxt 131. Graceville, ROOMt FOR RENT with board. Ise of Hannah. Caryville, Fla. 21novlw* 608 VW. Gregory. $22.30. E. Government St. 4oet
Ta. l nov2w bath and phone. Terms reasonable. e- 119 S. Bayl6n. $20.00.
Phone 1457, or apply 11 East Romana FOX TERRIERS for sale, 210 East Inten- Fisherville, modern. $17.50. -
WANTEr )--i\-iyers for 1C.000 tons of coal. street. 13novlm dencia. Ed. M. Poolet Phone 1121. 519 W. Gregory $22.50. MISCELLANEOUS.
Strattonll hI \Works.. nov14tf 4 20novlw% 1113 N. 9th avenue. $19.00.
ONE FURNISHED upstairs room. Babh 37 E. Romans. $25.04.
SWANT to make your stencils and and phone. Gentleman only. Phqp- FOR SALE-An excellent Franklin open 2200 N. Spring. $10.00.- GET a nice lamp with every pound of ,
s.andre di any kind of electrical or 1140. 802 E. Jackson. f2novlw' stove, for coal. Price $8. Apply 301 W 162: N. 7th, $).50. O-va-ma Tea all this week at the OF
on al r irit. arraa Tm FRT-CLA BOARD, lar comfortable Chase. I9nov Near KupfriAris Park,;arge lot, 110.00. Tea Store. Phone 400. 22n
Sam. 10 E. (inten st. Phone 619. t FIRST-CLAS BOARD, large comfortable 1 North C:th arenmn-. $8.00.
ANTE Kak deelopn and print- m at Fahervlle, on the beach'-6 MODERN PRESSING CL'B and ac- 1301 W. Intende;iicN 8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
inATEohnKIak deyeloplnr and prlnt- minutes from'tewn. Rooms for light counts. Also well-located boarding JOHN N. DAY. All persons having Elainis against th.-
ing at Johnson's Boo Store. 10novl housekeeping. Mrs. C. J. Allen. phone hour. now full regular boarders. Apply 6 East Garden t. All persons ha iglai aaint thi
POSITION as manager of naval store '1183.- lnovlw' 117 East Intendencia St. 19novlw* late nirmdof rillamn& i'Il riett a r ni
FOR RENT. comnnp. il 'of R. ;C. W\ilianis anti If. IE:.
plant. Twenty years experience; best THREE FURNISHED ROOMS, suitable FOR SALE-One general Jersey cow. Dwellings (North Hill.)- Prit.htt. her tfor. goingg l. isin.-'s ait
ofreferences. AddressD.B.Page,Flor- for light housekeeping.- Modern im- Can be seen 1000 N. Alana St. -stor dwelling North Hill. 10Clarksvill in alhoun. lorida.
ala. Ala. Snovlm* provements. Apply 810 E. Gadaden St. no v19t rooms ............................. are li.rey reqn.sted to prtsnt their
Phone 894. nov2It. 2-stary dwelling. North Guille- said claims to nei for paynient. as re er
THE EAST HILL BARBER SHOP, Cor. ory of the as-tetv hbrlonging if) s-aidi tirin. This
9th avenue and Wright street. solicits FOR RFOR SALE--Large assortment of barroom mard. 1t roonis ............... 00 ing t a T
ur patronage. C'hldrn rpeclly li- FOR RENT-V rons d g d furniture---counters, mirrors tables. 2-story dwelling. North Palafox. 17th day of Novembor. A. 1). 1'9.4x.
r patronage. Children especiallyn- board. H enke place for youtns men, chairs. etc. Second-hand. Can be bought 10 rooms ..................... ....... 45.00 .J.. ROK N.
vted.rGood caur taken. Chas. ILoata. Permanent boasders wanted. .420 West at low price. Apply 12% W. Government Dwellings (West End.) 2 nov1m R.er.
propretor. 5novlm Chase'street two doors from lar line t 8nov No. 320 North Barelona. rooms 33.00 t
Southern exposure. 30nov2w- No. 08 West Gardten. 6 room. .... 2;.00 CLIPPING-Horses clipped at the Pen-
WANTED-Everybdy to know that we COMFORTS-Blankets and bed spreads No. north Earcelona. rooms 25.00 nola sables. West Intendlnia Str..t.
ae running o full time and turning out FURNISHED ROOM with privilege of n RTS-- nets e No. arn. room .
rc smterialforbuildn. promptlBy. lg t Y see 10 N oil weekly or monthly payments. Pbone No. 521 West Garden. 7 rooms .... 0 n. '0R,
lrst-class material for l uilding. promptly. light housekeeptal 102 N. Alcania St. No. 971 and we will send salesmen with No. 402 West IntendencIa, 7 rooms, 20.oo0
ourbu iates s lctoed, Sander Mill Phone 1102. I5novlw samples. Solomon Furniture Co. l8novln No. 518 West Romana. 5 rooms ... 1 RTI HIL GREENERY-F owers for
SE. arde st. novltt No. 43 West Romana. 4 rooms... 10.! all o,-casons. Crysanthemums. ~'arna-
Nna. 4o3 West Romana. 4 rooms... 10.651lty
m ohree furnished roeon for rent. suited AT YOU'R OWN PeICFo--One 2 H.P. Fmouar-room dw telling at Fisherville 10.00 ti O's and Rose. -1Dsins a a revialty.a
'A.TED--To give you a rchane at the for light housekeeping. Apply n600 East and one 1 t H.P. stationary gasoline Dwellings (Eaet End.) Sweet Peareed. 919 N. Baylen St. oct27tf
iraBt bargain in l-othing and general Wright. 5Inovlm* engine. One 4 H.P. Gray marine motor, No. 116 ast omana. 10 rooms .. 30.00e ta or
mCrhandime now being given In ourU" "fa
Sot le. E. 139 .one Mitchell motorcycle, one small but- No. 722 North Rth Avenue. 5 rooms 20.00 CUT ER Order taken for all o
m .outl E. BOARD AND ROOMC--Large houste.ying whnel and stand, foot-power lathe. Ni. 417 East Gregory. 5 rooms ... 18.00 casiron-s. particularly for weddings and _.-
aIn at.lc t .. lh p centrally located. 319 one Baldridge marine reverse gear and No. 273 East Intendencia. 6 rooms 15.00 funerals. oMiss Leila C. Reee, 18 N.
WrANpED-L-Old bats to resodel and i~urdlei-rdo St. 15nov2w* one concert graphophone. Baraco & No. 913 East LaRua. rooms .... 13.00 Baylen. Phone 282. 22oct
o.es to ma lle to order. ema we of Thompson, 10 East.,Garden St. 15nor No. 6.st Wright. 5 rooms .... 12.50 ATED a ne carriage and
to make to order. DrresmtihngROOr FOR RENT, with privilege of StoreRs. Offices and Halls in all parts matc ors for a Dnice carriage andto
and croueetted novelties. Mrs. Evelyn igOtg lousekeeping. Use of" bat3 .and FOR SALE--Try a barrel of rosn chips, of tie city match horses for a woddng or tom so
c art., 811 EaTst.LoRua St. S30ctlm' phon. Terms reasonable. Phone 1457. Best for a quik and good fire. cial Agents Blount Building. an ivl.y tabe, or ring ens woul i ve ry t
.~YANTEDJ-All kinds of second-hand or apply 11 2ast Romana street. 13novlm price on lots ,of five or more. Phone 956. T WATSON P octrring
sacks. Brin them to us; hip them to O iV'antha fr rent H. Covington. 20 E. Brainard St. HO TON & WATSON PhoI -9.octt
Telephone u rito i. Corner vertise It In t, tscolumns? Every- Inovi TH RENTAL AGENTS. A.H. MeLEOD & CO.. Salimakers--Can- MON Y TO OAN. NOTICE
Garden and Alcanin streets. 'HTelephone oS isue Ito ee it- U H.. ft lo-- 4-nch b rm. Call and Inspect Our Lists. Phone S rvas from 14-inch to 96-inch. of all O
ro. 34. F. i. Mellen & Co. sept weights. Large supply of Awning Goods.
,o. P. .. Mo. miH. P. engine. Speed aboutO 1 mIleos pe. FOR RENT--Large brilk warehouse on Tents, C(ots. Hammocks. etc.. always in WE have $100,0r0.n0 in ramteed first NrOTICE OF RE3
WANTED--our order D lor fresh met hour. Apply A. A. Wrigbton, W to Railroad street. Apply to Jas. McHugh. stock. 708 South Palafox. 8aug class, 8 per cent mortgages on city real the store. No
city. Buaey's Meat Market. 1001 East A nov ERCHANTS TRANSFE CO., Thor. B. st havt e inaornyeamoufrom odup. for 3 years. shal
Strong. Phone IuS. l8esept OR TL F o10m U-FOR SALB-Par-hell pecans, fresh FOR RENT-Store building on S. W. Thorsen. Prop.. solicits all kinds of it work for you. The Fisher Real Estate Tours for hu.in,
s TRA i Oom Ike Un- of best quality. 25 per pound, any co mer Zarragorsa and Baylen streets, moving and hauling. Furniture packed Amge cy SAo. P alafox Street. 10-J.
WANTED-Your shoes to repair while derwood's field, on 29lth of October, one quantity. Phone 1014, W. E. Acosta. 10th A Ipply M. Milan & MeClure. iten- for shI ment. Furniture stored. Office Bo a Seet. -Jun.
you wait. Half oled in 1 minute (1) dark brown horse, weight 90 Rm. age avenue a 13th str-et. novl4tf dencia St. Phone 2 71. oct27tf phone 978. Depot phon* T04. 21Jnetf r you getting o per cent net for
S 'h Cbarlea. 611 South Palafio atret 12 yves. 2 splits In left ear. Reward fm -Are you getting ..r cent. net for
Poms $514 and 104I. tlmr return or information that will lead to FOR SALK;-The best grade of Alabama FOR RENT your money? If ot. you don't get all APALA
disToverv. Phone, written or call on Jno cola at ;6 per ton,. Jellicuo at $7. I Rto. EDUCATIONAL that is 'coming to you." We can place It
on first mortinras on Improved city prop- FU'ILERl IO~l'.i:Ei
WANTED-A. R. lngTm wants yr Underwood, Quintette, Fla. 25novlw* Prompt delivery. StrattOn Ice Works. DeLuna treat ....................$200 alrty, flow 1i i i dos nt payl you aloPon ee 1tah.h M l ,.d hnso,.
and hauling. He gularntees at 4novtf 309 Intend, treetT........$RULLfCONSRVATORYpOnRSEmNor-rnothing R a Street ........ $ fUL stuO Nor-h nnothit Leslie de. rok 12 ht M,-l,-,e. n
Itat: Tnon- 0 canoe. Finder please communicate wimh F oR L E--Four ray. h o wernear 120 15. TarragonsSt Street ......0.. 0 $a00 monet t heory Harmorty d.PBOk
SO_________________ E. J. Seaborne. Care Pensacola let Morgan's. 'All Bay." 165 feet front DEn i OAV. Romansa Street E..............$8 : ggi StdeneE. tumai L fobmiefrteachi. a
S-Co., and receive reward, fnovlw eInsacola Bay. Fine shade and many 37 N. Palafox stret ..... ........ $4.00 Ceriicate awarded. Phone 86. Madame MONEa preA D on osra mnds ot per- -
oT r rln wl.nfrT oebn seewM T an-l bearing fig and peach trees. Price, $6i0 Store near PalGfox Street .S. Eloise Hull loctm sonal property our n h- ort notice. uy
HOTELS. STRAYED OR STOLEN from Brl Bay- c Phone 4m or wte P. 0. BDBox E" ori S. Ga ...2- eaobile & Gu
romswith brd.Stritl lt-a bobbed both ears c ed. Rewardfor D Y SAY WOO sell It In ow' D wefl l i -el P
Rates $5.4). Social ni'an! ti,.kets. S for return to 710 W. Belmont. St. -4novlw' mill yard. foot of 10th avenue, at 40 COi. 16th Aventue and 13th str,,et..$18.000 overnment. personal 5 Proerty in the ety of Pea- Andrews Bay Rail
$1.00. 400 N. hl~ai' .reet. 24novw' 1 N. Paifox Stre..t ............. $15.00 MISS I.R NUM. of Chicago. will receive W. Bullard, 25% South ] freight and pass
BRIGGS" HOUSE--14*4 E. V'right street, Nov. "0, a small yellow dog. female, grate or fireplace. Lay in a good supply 820 East Cervante s Smr. .y........51.. 0o in plan,, study. ,09 North Spring Street. drews4 Mobile, an
near lUnion Depot. N it. .lean ron*ns, wearing License Tag No. 170 or 171. R- before price goes up and thermometer 9,5 North Reu. Street .. ..$15. drew, M)llvllle an
Bates: Transi.'nis. 0oc per" dlay, Regular ward. Notify Box 355. Pensacola.24nov3ft goes down. Soind a dray. Flowers, at 724 W. Zarragossa Street ......... $10.00 drews Bay, maklr
lrooms $1.50 p-r .k and upward, phone 429. wi- l haul you a big load. J.O. 207 rNe B Beus Sitreet ... $1500 FOUND. & t. A R tra
al'novlm' LOST-Plain gold locket, with R. F. C. Walker, Ager.t. novl2tf 916 E Strong Street ..............40 FO.UND. St. A. B. Ry. tra
WINTER RlESORT-The "Old Mill" Inn. dencla St. and receive reward. 19no-lw* LARGE IOT COR. CHASE AND DE- 1309 E. Strong Street.............$12.50 mfor, blanks For additional
on bay shi.re. 10 minutes ride from cit- VIILLIER STS., FOR QUICK SALE 313. E. 1Iit0-nd,-ncia Stret ..... $..0... ----- --- and b,-d spreads on easy paymentt, at and passenger rat
on electric car line. will be open for the LOST-Money by not seeing The Saun- AT $1SOO. JNO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR- .61. E. Governm.-nt Street ........$i.S.0 ABSOLUTELY FREE. .$olomion Furniture Co. lgnovlm
winter Oi't. 1. Al modern ronvenienes. dters Mill Company before purchasing DEN T., E.,7. Strong St ........ ........$li}1
dresss Mls.< lI.liie Tayltr, "Old Mill" material in the builders" supply line. 29 lN ST. 1 last Strong tr.-t lrrr...........11500 ",, 0 .. ... ..... ..
ian..jensacol.i a. Phone 388. sept E. Garden t. novltf --. Mth avenue ani Ja~k.,,n St .15.00 rfe. Monday. .Nov. ::rd. a nic- o-
,~~, e- .FOR SALE-Several head mules, all in 10th aventiu. and *2lst St.$ . venir at the Tea sioi-. Phone 4)(.i '
LOST-A good opportunity to rent or ex- LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN--One 15- good working condition. $65 and up. Large 10t-roon huse on bav shore 2 *n
change or sell what you have. unless month-old white and liver pointer. Come early if you want a bargain. Gar- at Fisherville. with tri.- lights bath. MARKET REPORT. H PURVS.
y o.uertise It In The Journal's want named Sport, and one 6-month-old white- field Ice Factory. novltf hot and cold water; can he rented fur- 'SEWING MACHINES. T traffic Mmana
with-lemon-ears setter named Sam. Lib- nished or unfurnisled.i 2 .serxant houses SEWING MACHINES.
eral reward for return to WV. C. Barr- FOR SALE--Thoroughly kiln-dried rough in yard: 2 bl-cks from ar lin -. F V t r a wing
EVERY HOTL n st Florida and eau R F D., Cottage HilL Irla. 3loctlm and dressed lumber. sash. doors and Office- IFna i r n I PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET
South Alabama should carry a small ad e blinds, high-grade paints, oils and build- Furnished office d -er Peop;t National :.-" a~~ l"V rk t ", i PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. danS-V M. Ao
se this column Th.' ,ost is only $1.60 .. ers' hardware. Saunders Mill Co.. 2 E. Bankational -n r.c s r. Look wnrt is f M. A. B
per month for four lines or less. Garden street. novlt- Cor Romana and Palafox ts two f-l i th- Rd fi: :i:"G S i; .Ma.hin. -,,.. Th. .l.i'-rwal M;Irks. & ;:ayle-. F. .
____ *** ******* ces upstairs ..two o- South Paato St. ilnosit '. .ttn r,,.nr. -iants. I'ensa.oia. Fla.:
---- - -FOR SALE-On account of leaving the -- ......... ::16SS
apartment >f the Interior. S. Land city I will sell my home with all fur- The Fisher Real Estate oR SAl.--Ther.,e .rw a. ruesn,r F.d r- m. ..................... .1-16
*)efHie at Cain-.sville. Flu Nov -1. 19S. LIVE STOCK nishings, complete. B. Greenblatt. 189 E. 'amworth HonLus. tv-c V an:d nMe ,1"'-' i....... .. ................1.. 16 I PfnS
Notice is here given that Richard L. AN PO TRntendencia St. 31octlm, Agency. hoar. Addtre.ss.1 f- B.. HBo\ "*. nsai,. Stir t Ilw middlng .... .......8 -16 MANUF
on De member I. 1903, made Homesteadj ANDOR SA. OR RENT freeze o"THE REN C ECTORS." FaRo ApLFn at. ft. en NAVa StO RE. .
Sntry N .. a L e ira about 13 acres land. extendiI PEOPLE are finding out every day that terms. Bount & Blont & arter. th naval stores otatiJns
:for N'W I ofSWi-.. or Lot 9. Section 26, from Pensacola bay to Santa Rosa Sound.1 Th* Journal's Want Columns are a-l 2iovle- Blor............................... 4
'rownasip 5 North, Range 31 West. Talla- TURKEYS. CHICKENS and Eggs for Harry W. Gibbs. 27 S. Palo SL I that Is claimed for them. hy not r FOR ALE-To rn North Palafox N ................................00
InaSsee Mteridn. has tiled notice of in- Thanksgiving. F. B. Watson. phoneaug and one Wy not try FR AL-T...................... .... n ....6 g
tentian to make final ivew yvar proof, to 635 21novlw 12aug them and get what you want? street. A bargain $600.0 h to loan on M 40 to.=
establish claim to the land above de- 350 MEN'S SUITS to go at $4.50, value good security. Rents collected J. N K .... ...... ...............4 90 r
srtibed, before the Clerk of the tCircult EGGS are Eggs) Conkey's Laying Tonic from $10 to $20; 300 boys' $2 and $3 Andrews. 101 N. Paiafox St. 21nov .................................4 05
Court, at Pensacola. Fl.rida. on the 8th EGGS are Eggs) s effe.-tive suits to go at $1 25. Must vacate by PER ONAL. H ... ..... ..... to 4, 4,
May of January. 109. Claimant nam-s as F. S. MELLEN & CO.. hone No. 334. January 1st. E. GreenblattL 139 E. In- PER ONAL. IF YOU- WANT Turk-eys. hi,kens or G ....................2 2 t 2
ntiaecs: aM. <>. tBags'tlt. of AlcDavid. tendencia St. 31oetlm er to> < ^FB
lortlUla; J. L. Bryars, tof Bluff Spring.. EGGS FOR SETTING-From Pure.Bred SWITCHES MADE. $1.5"0: puffs. $1.0"; son. or- phon, 62G., 2no'lw E- ........ -..... .........
Forlda; W. A. Jones. of Bluff Springs. Black Minorca. Northups Strain, and IF THE HOUSEWIFE, whose cook left rats 25 and 50c. from your own comb- I, .7...............................- .
la.; J. B. Teomer. of Bluff Springs. Fla. Barred Rocks. "The Ringlets," Bayview without notice is wise. she will place an wings or human hair furnished. Laura FOR SALE-Timbered lands in large or B ..................................2 8 All
HENRY S. CHUBR. Park Poultry Yards, 14th and 20th avenue, ad. in these columns for another and thus Whorley. 5.03 N. Davi., corner LaRua. sald tract.s. .outh.-rn Ra'. Estate and pirts Turpentin, ent. I W k Te
rw3 w Register. P. 0. Box 50,. W. T. Tracy. 7nov iend all the trouble at on-". Phone 1335. octm InvestmentCo.,Flean Ala oct3t arke, m W te for rice
rge sash. door and
enscola, Fla. This
on very reasonable
in Park. Convince
be a great year for
ity may- never come
people have already
the army of Home
e only place where
ights. Park Place,
e north, northeast,
nd get information
S" gla -a i
s. J. N. Andrews.
. Apalachl'eola. Oldest
i in 'it; fre' baths,
$1 $.0, arnd $2 00. Spec-
S. Jenkins., Prop. 15j
[f Steamship Co.,
ith the Atlanta St.
way steamship Manteo,
enger service between
Panama City, St. An-
d all points on St. An-
ng connections with A.
ilns Panama City, Tues.
information for freolgt
es, apply to
E. B. SACKINGER.
LKER & CO./
u rpenme Still,
06 iad Guaranteed.
a. We casn latere at
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1908..
* nm n *nm ** -- "mon-
Shipping Transrations and
Notes of Interest Along
The Bay Front.
The steamer Tarpon arrived from
Mobile yesterday morning and left
last night for St. Andrews and other
The British steamsllp Gloria de La-
rfnaga arrived yesterday and .was
docked at Cj iipandancia street wlirf.
The Norwegian steamship Sanna ar-
rived yesterday for bunker coal ahd
has been docked at Muscogee wharf.
The German steamship Captain Men-
zel, consigned to Robert Tuemler ,
Co., arrived yesterday with 3,500 bags
of kainit and a large quantity of Kainit
In bulk. She hasAeen docked at Com-
mandancia street wharf.
Three thousand nine -hundred tons
of copper ore and 500 rolls of bagging
were brought here on the "Spanish
steamship Ida which arrived yester-
day from Liverpool via Cuban ports.
Se also has 10 casks of brandy .in
transit for Liverpool. She will be
docked at Commandancia street
The Norwegian bark Ingebjorg. Nor-
wegian bark Abyssinia and the Italian
bark Lusia arrived yesterday.
The gasoline launch Swan. recently
purchased by Brooks Bros. of Camp
Wrlton, arrived -here from Mobile at
8 o'clock yesterday morning and left
at 10 a. m. for Camp Walton on her
first trip to that place. The Swan
will take the place of the launch Bells
on the run between Pensacola and
Camp Walton. She carried a large
cargo of freight yesterday. The ves-
sel Is 68 feet in length and has a beam
of 17 1-2 feet. She can accommodate
The smack Irma has arrived to E.
E. Saunders & Co. with about 5.000
pounds of red snappers and groupers.
The smack Ariola. with 25,000
,pounds of red snappers ,and the Hal-
cyon. with 18.000 pounds. have ar-
rived to the Warren Fish Company.
The river steamers Capt. Frit and
Eugqpe are taking on freight for Free-
port and other points at Baylen street
Sanna. Nor ss. Bergen. 2371. Monte-
video to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Gloria de Larrinaga. Nagle. 2972,
Bahia Blansa to Gulf Transit Co.
Capt. W. Menzell, Ger ss, Schmidt.
1616, Hamburg to Robt. Tuemler & Co.
Ida. Span ss, Arano. 2160, Liverpool
to Gulf Transit Co.
Abyssinia, Nor *bk,' Engebertsen,
1004, London to Export Lumber Co.
Ingeborj, Nor bk, Soino, 1250, Bue-
nos Ayres to master.
Coya, Br ss, Williams, 1945. for Mal-
lends, via New York, with 178.000 s ft
lumber; for Callts,. with 101,000 s ft
Sanna, Nor ss, Bergen. 2371, for
Tampa, with 300 tons -bunker coal.
LIST OF VE6SLS8 IN PORT.
Bertha, Not0 s, Aamont, 1066, Belize
to Gulf Transit Co.
Hannah M. BajU, Br. ss., Cooper,
1933. Vera Cruz to South Atlantic
Teresa, Aus. as, Ivanich, 2381,
Trieste to Gulf Transit Co.
-Manchuria, Br., -q.. aylor, 2117,
Bremen to J. A Merritt & Co.
Coya. Br. ss., Willamsoi. 2127, Pis-
equa. Chili, to Gulf'Transit Co.
Barkstron, Br sas, Golborne, 2916, for
Rio Janeiro to Gulf Transit Co.
Chas. LeCour. French *'s., Letestu,
1446. Cardiff to Gult Transit Co.
Br. as. Barkstq,, Rio Janiero to
Gulf Transit Co. :
Hollingside, B ': qs, Williams, 1713,
Dakar to South. ,tlaaic Steamship
Niobe. Ital ship, Bozzo, 1482, Monte-
video to Rosasco Bros.
Majorca, Nor ship, Arnesen, 990.
Buenos Ayres to 4 Zelius.
Valkyrian, we4. bktn., 204, Dakar
to H. Baars 4 Co? ."'
Gavarone Fratelli, Ital bk, Rittore,
1463, Genoa to master.
Lyna, Nor. bk., Hansen, 534, Bahia
Blanca to A. Zeltus.
Ocean, Rua bk, Erik-en, 1239, Rio
Janeiro to A. Z-l.
lRaemonstr ant, Mr Ik, 1Rsrup, 1509,
Puerto Cabell tk eliug.
Nordlyset, i .o 't. -Christensen,
1464. Buenos Ayres to master.
San Antoalo. Span. bk, Roura, 1242,
Havana to lwaster.-
If you 'want dry Block
Wood, CelI Phone fla or 177.
Turkeys, Ducks, Geese,
Chickens, lorMia Oranges,
Graptfzuit -and athgerines.
Ed. M. Pooley, Wholesale
Commission Dealer, 210 East
Intendencia, Phone 1121.
fseclat to The Journma
Destin, Nov. 24.-Dr. Dias was over
from Boggy last night to. see Robt.
Capt. L. Destin caught about four
thaosand pounds of blue fish Satur-
The Williams crew went to the
snapper banks in the Bonita and
caught over five hundred snappers
Perhaps some one may be able to
get a wild turkey yet, for Thantsgiv-
ing. as several have been seen around
W. N. Marler delivered a very good
sermon last night, though very few
were out to get the benetx of it.
Rev. Campbell, of Garniers. was ex-
pected to preach for 'us Sunday, but
failed to get here.
The sick folks all seem to be getting
Dr. Diaz reports Robt. Williams
doing nicely, though it will be some
time before he is able to be out.
Is to love children, and no
home can be happy without
them, yet the ordeal through
which the expectant mother
must pass usually is so full
of suffering and dread that
she looks forward to the hour with apprehension. MWether' Friend,
by its pVnchtG and soothing properties, a s nueM, rvousncss,
unplesant feelings, and so prepares the system for the ordeal that '
she passes through the event
with but little suffering,
numbers have testified and
said, "it is worth its v in
TB u mADW.nD RREGW.AT Co.
A"saw"t- G.IR I R
Supt. Holloway Endeavoring
to Assist Country Life
Hon. W. M. Holloway, state superin-
tendent of education, is mailing the
following to school superintendents
and school boards of the state:
Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 19. 1908.
W. M. Holloway, Supt. Educational
Dept., State of Florida, Tallahas-
My Dear Sir: President Roosevelt
has requested the Commission on
Country Life to ask the farmers and
other country people in the United
States. to come together not later
than Dec. 5th, in their school houses
or other meeting places, to discuss the
questions on which the commission is
seeking information. In order to put
this request into operation, I am
writing to all of the county superin-
tendents. commissioners of rural dis-
tricts and similar officers to spread
this information and request them to
use their influence to get the people
together in the various district schools.
I am sending you a copy of the let-
ter which I am expecting to send out
in a few days to such persons.
I am writing you -this personally to
ask for your co-operation in carrying
out the president's wishes. I hope
that there may be some way whereby
you can re-enforce the request we are
making of the people. We specially
hope the newspapers .will make this
Thanking you in advance for your
co-operation, I remain,
', Yours very truly, a
L. H. BAILEY,
Copy of the Letter.
New York, Nov. 17, 1908.
Dear Sir: President Roosevelt has
suggested that the Commission on
Country Life "ask the farmers to
come together in the several school
districts of the country so that they
may meet and consider" the questions
concerning which the commission is
seeking information. The president
desires that these discussions benelu
not- later than Saturday, December 5.
I am writing you to request that you
suggest to the school officers, or
other leading citizens In the
several schools districts to meet
in their school 'houses or other
customary meeting places, and dis-
cuss the general economic, social,
sanitary or educational conditions of
country life in their respective neigh-
borhoods. The president suggests the
following topics: The efficiency of
the rural schools: farmers organiza-
tions; the question of'farm labor; tbe
need of good roads: improved postal
facilities; sanitary conditions on the
The commission has Issued a series
of questions on which information is
desired. Copies of these questions
(which are in the nature of sugges-
tions) may be secured by addressing
the commission at Washington.
The commission desires to have the
Judgments of competent men and wo-
men on any of these great public ques-
tions, and to receive suggestions as to
whether government can aid in im-
proving any of the conditions of coun-
try life. The commission desires that
a brief statement of the general con-
clusions arrived at in these discussions
be sent to the office in Washington.
This letter is sent to all county
superintendents, or equivalent offi-
cers, in the United States, in order
that these subjects may be every-
where discussed practically simulta-
neously. The commission asks your
co-operation in securing these meet-
ings. in the interest of the public
good. The meetings should be held
not later than the first week in De-
The whole success of the work of
the commission depends on the atti-
tude and co-operation of the farming
people of the United States. The com-
mission represents them, and it needs
Yours very truly.
L. H. BAILEY.
Mr. Holitoway's Reply.
Tallahassee, Fla.. Nov. 23, 1908.
Dr. L. H. Bailey. Chairman Commis-
sion on Country Life, Ithace, N. Y.
My Dear Sir: Your favor of the
19th instant. soliciting my aid in the
matter of advancing the work under-
taken by the Commission on Country
Life. has been received.
It. will afford me great pleasure to
co-operate with 'the commission to the
fullest extent .as I am of the opinion
that no more important work has been
inaugurated by a commission of any
kind in recent years.
Yours very truly.
W. M. HOLLOW4Y.
State Supt. Pithb. Inst.
Interest in Movement.
As indicative of the deep interest
Supt. Holloway is taking in the sutb-
ject above referred to. he provided a
course of lectures by the president
and members of the faculty of the
University of the State of Florida in
all the teachers' training schools last
summer. Those lectures were con-
fined to the subject of agriculture, its
various aspects and relations, and es-
pecially with regard to how, through
creating a love for and giving instruc-
tion and practice in this, which must
always constitute the chief industry of
our state, the public school can vastly
multiply its power and influence as a
factor in the moral as well as the ma-
terial betterment of society.
Following these lectures he intro-
duced into the public schools Dggar's
"Agriculture for Southern Schobls",
and all applicants for teachers' cer-
tificates of the first. second and third
grades-pext June will -be required to
pass an examination on this subject.
The El Proviso 5c Cigar
is the best quality smoke in
the United States. For sal
by Imperial Cigar Stores.
CURES ECZEMA QUICKLY.
New Drug, Poslam, Now Obtainable in
Since its discovery one year ago the
new drug. poslam. has successfully
cared thousands of chronic cases of
eczema and other distressing skin af-
flictions. Heretofore poslam has been
dispensed solely for the benefit of ec-
zema patients 'in large jars sufficient
for a month's treatment. This was
found to be an inconvenience to many
thousands who use it for minor skin
troubles. such as 'pimples, blackheads.
herpes, acne, scaly scalp, complexion
blemishes, itching feet. piles, etc.,
which require btrt a small quantity to
cure. To overcome this, and in re-
sponse to urgent appeals, the dfispen-
sers of poslam have been obliged to
adopt, Ia addition to the regular two-
dollar package, a special fifty-cent size
which in future- may be found on sale
at the Crystal Pharmacy, and other
leading drug stores in Pensacola, or
may be ordered direct from the Emer-
gency Laboratories. No. 32 West 25th
Street. New York City. In all eczema
cases poslam stops itching with first
application, and proceeds to heal Im-
mediately; chronic cases being cured
in two weeks. In less serious skin
troubles, results are seen after an
Samples for experimental purposes
may still be had. free of charge, by
writing to the laboratories for them.
TUBERCULOSIS EXPERT IS WAG-
ING AN ACTIVE CAMPAIGN
AGAINST THE "GREAT CAPTAIN
OF DEATH"-AFTER CHRISTMAS
A TUBERCULOSIS EXHIBIT WfLL
BE MADE IN PENSACOLA.
Special to The Journal.
Montgomery Nov. 24.-Midway be-
tween Memphis and Key West, Mont-
gomery for a few days is field heab,
quarters for active operations against
the "Great Captain of Death", tuber-
culosis, in the- territory bounded by
thtse two cities.
Tennessee, Alabama. Georgia and
Florida are 'being given special atten-
tion this season by the National Asso-
ciation for the Study and Prevention
of Tuberculosis, according to E. G.
Routzahn, travellitg exhibition direct-
or, who has established temporary
headquarters at the Exchange hotel.
Mr. Routzahn left New York ten
days ago and has since spent a day
each in Knoxille. Chattanooga. Nash-
ville, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Tampa
Immediately after Christmas a
"ninety day" campaign will open in
Florida, to be followed '0y a tour of
Georgia. The movement- in Florida
will include exhibits at Jacksonville,
Tampa and Pensacola, with one day
institutes in the larger towns, and an
"all Florida campaign" conducted un-
der the auspices of the health boards,
women's clubs, and commercial asso-
ciations of these states.
A "Health Day" will be conducted
under direction of the state superin-
tendent of public instruction in Ten-
nesee, and co-operation with the wo-
men's clubs and health boards of the
states and cities. Georgia and Flor-
ida will probably do likewise. The Y.
M. C. A.'s of Tennessee and probably
of the other states will hold "Health
Sunda.-s." Many other activities are
planned by churches and patrietht
bodies. The newspapers of all these
states have already given the move-
ment invaluable aid. This group of
states will be ready for a practical in-
terpretation of the discussion of the
South's health 'problem at the great
Commercial Congress at Washington
A Hair's Breadth Escape.
Do you know that every time you
have a cough or cold and let it run on
thinking it will just cure itself you
are inviting pneumonia, consumption
or some other pulmonary trouble?
Don't risk it. Put your lungs back in
perfect health and stop that cough
with Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold and recommended by W. A.
D'Alemberte. druggist and apothecary,
121 South Palafox street. Pensacola,
Where is the Man?
Special to The Journal.
Carrabelle, Nov. 24.-The schooner
Acacia has arrived in port with about
16.000 pound.; of red snappers, and
the schooner Mary Lee with a cargo
of oranges from South Florida is at
the wharf. They are selling at $1'235
to $1.50 p.-r hundred.
The carplnters are progressing fine-
ly on the drug sorp and post office.
Joe .Mackey has thte nicest fail gar-
den of vegetatli in the town
Five vessels are in the harbor, all
loading with lumber for foreign ports.
Bosh mills are going on full time and
labor is plentiful.
A Household Romedmy W 200
Years Reputatio That's
Zer e A. D. 6, whae Tiy f rs cmpae
*ti bmfy efteut and reliable imedy, it has
SolaM Ievery cvilzed mcny-. Sock a .trog atd
Namtally, Gold Ne HaarlemhiOi h mm
Te i_- m whajrio.ct
IToare bl with Kidey, mBadu.or oU. r
toab OE, TEii DIRliGi or Gravel, ake the
Genuin G dol n Harlcm OilsA d be
lwev bepu&h ftdquky. Le teak
"Gold Nadal" on every bottle.
Cap.ls, ba. of 30. 2Se.
UMIABD 111nC CO.. 1 lS I- Sm.as, P1.
SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES.
Worthy Institution Should
Be Remembered by Good
People of City.
The Journal Is-requested to remind
the good people of Pensacola that
they can show the proper Thanksgiv-
ing spirit by remembering the Wo-
man's Home. The inmates of this
worthy institution have just passed
through a long siege of sickness and,
while most of them have recovered.
the Home can still be brightened up
by the receipt of clothing, food or
money at Thanksgiving time.
There are also several children at
the Woman's Home whose little lives
can be made :,apuier by some little at-
tention on the fart of those of our
people who are themselves blessed
Residents W Pensacola Cannot Doubt
What Has Been Twice Proved.
In gratitude for complete relief
from aches and pains of bad backs-
from distressing kidney ills-thou-
sands have publicly recommended
Doan's Kidney Pills. Residents of
Pensacola. who so testified years ago,
now say their cures were permanent.
This testimony doubly proves the
worth of Doan's Kidney Pills to Pen-.
sacola kidney sufferers.
Mrs. Mary Wilson, 26 6. Reus St..
Pensacola, Fla., says: -Soon after kid-
ney disease fastened itself upon me, I
commenced to run down in health and
before I knew it, I was in a deplorable
condition. Myw back wa.; very lame
and there were terrible dragging down
pains through my loins. In the morn-
ing I would get up feeling tired, ner-
vous and without any energy. I final-
ly happened to read an account of a
cure made by Doan's Kidney Pills in
a similar case and decided to try
them. I procured a box at the Crys-
tal Pharmacy and upon using the con-
tents improved steadily. It was but a
short time before I was cured. Though
that was over six years ago. not a
sign of the trouble has ever returned.
I have recommended Doan's Kidney
Pills to many of my friends."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
centp. Foster-Mlburn Co.. Buffalo, N.
Y., aole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
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NOTICE O RECEIVER'S SALE.
The undersigned. as receiver in the rase
of American National Bank of Pensacola
against Pensacola Bottling Works. by vir-
tue of an order of the Court mad" in the
said case. will sell at public outcry on
the first Monday of December next. in
front, of the Court House of Escanmhia
County. Florida, to the highest bidder for
cash. -WI bottling machinery, bottles,
cases, wagons, harness, hook accounts.
evidences of indebtedness and all other
property at this time belonging to the
Pensacola Bottling Works.
M. E. CLARK,
nov25daily ex sun-Dec 5 Receiver.
In Court of CountfJudge. State of Flor-
ida, Escambia County. Estate of Henry
F. Geele, Deceased. By the Judge of
Whereas, Andrew L. Geele has applied
to this court for Letters of Administration
on the estate of Henry F. Geele. deceased,
late of said County of Escambia; These
are. Therefore. To cite and admonish all
and singular the hkndred and creditors of
said deceased to be and appear before this
Court on or before the 23rd day AI) De-
cember, A. D. 1908. and file objections, If
any they have. to the granting of Letters
of Administration on safd estate, other-
wise the same will be granted to said
Andrew L. Geele or to some other fit
person or persons. Witness my name as
County Judge of the County aforesaid
elis the 25th day of November. A. I). 1908.
henry Belllnger,.'County Judge.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
Northern District of Florida. By virtue
of an order of sale issued out of the
United States District Court for the Nor-
thern District of Florida. on the fourth
day of November. 100M. notice is hereby
given that I will well by public auction.
for as. on Saturday. the twenty-eighth
day of 'ovember. 1901. at 12 o'clock, m.,
at Pensacoia. Escambia County. Florida.
in front of the L'nlted States Postofice,
the American schooner, Freddie W. Alton.
her engines, boilers, machinery, boats,
tackle, apparel, appurtenances, and furni-
ture, as she now lies. at the Marine
Ways in Santa Rosa County. Florida.
T. F. McGOURIN.
17novl0t United States Marshal.
In Escambia. County Circuit Court. State
of Florida. Agnes Covington. %nimp;ain-
ant, vs. William Covington, Defendant-
On Monday. the 14th day of Di, emnher.
A. D. 1908, the defendant. William Cov-
ington. is required to appear to ti. bill
filed against him herein. This ortier to
be published once each week for Four (4)
consecutive weeks in The Pensacola Jour-
nal. a newspaper published in said Es-
,-ambia County. Angus M M,.Millan.
Clerk of Circuit Court. B.y 1;. lhrt-s-
field. Deputy Clork. Pensacola. Fla No-
vember 10th. 1318. novl oaw4w'
In Escambia County Circ-uit Court. State
of Florida. C. N. Levy. Complainant,
v W. T. English an4 Nora E. English,
On M"ndav. the 14th day of Dee-omewr,
A. P. 1908. the defendants. V T English,
and Nora K. English. are requir-d to ap-
p-ar t i the .ill filed against th-m h-re-
in. This order to be puiblish-d on, .,- '-acl
woek for Four (4) innse<-utive, we-.k,- In
Th" Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub-
lished in said Escambia C',iintv. .\ngus
M. Mc-Millan. Clerk of the C'ire.uit Ciourt.
By '. G. Hlartsfield. Deputv it lerk. Pen-
sacola. Fla.. Nov. 10th. 19 ,k nvliloaw4w
In Circuit 'Court. Es-ambia County. State
of Florlda. Fred Huggins. "ompiainant.
vs. Cora Iluggins. Defendant- Divorce.
On Monday. the 14th day of December.
A. D. 1908, the defendant. Cora Huggins.
is required to appear to the bill filed
against her herein. This order to be
published once each week for Four (4)
consecutive weeks in The Pensacola
Journal. a newspaper published in said
Eacambia County. Angus ]. McMillan.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. By C. G.
Hartsfleld. Deputy Clerk. Pensacola.
Florida., November 18th. 1908. novlloaw4w
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
This Is to Inform you that I have this
day purchased the Interest of W. A.
Jones inte business heretofore conducted
under the firm name of Jones & Brown.
Corner Alcanis and Blount streets, and
I will not be responsible for any contracts
entered Into after this date by the said
W. A. Jones pertaining to the said bust-
I respectfully solicit a continuance of
the very liberal patronage given to the
old firm. and guarantee entire satisfaction
to all. Yours for business.
Nov. 17. 1908. LEVI E. BROWN.
Save Time, Save Steps
Saves money, and makes for happiness and com-
fort, The Gas .Range. Every modern house has one.
Installed ready for use for $12.50, $13.50 and $K4, the
latter a large cabinet style making stooping unneces-
sary in your cooking. We'll be pleased to have you
call at our office and see them.
24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
Your business is solicited not merely on the basis of
our age and experience, but with the additional as-
surance that you will receive every advantage and
facility which reliable, prudent and modern methods
Four per cent., compounded, paid on your savings.
First National Bank
of Pensacola, Florida.
Designated Depository of the United States
W. H. Knowles, Pre*ssMt. W. It. Hyer. Jr., Vice-Presldent and Cashier.
Thee. W. Brent, Aet. Cashier. W. N. Reberts. As't. Caasher.
DIasetr--. C. Brent, W. A. BloWnt. W. H. Knowles. W. K. Iser. Jr. and
Pensacola.Bank& Trust Co.
T. A. JKNNINGS,
F. E. 3rawme,
Oliver Jernaga., Jr.&
os., L, Lappingweon
Lop Mayer, *
T. A. Jennings,
CARL H. JERNAQAN
Vice-President and Cashier
* M. L. Koch,
Theo. F. West,
W. L. Moyer,
J. R. Shoinaker,
Carl H. Jernagan.
J. R. Jennings,
W. C. Dewberry,
J. H. Pace,
J. A. Wright,
i WE DO A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST
"MONEY MAKES MONEY."
A Dollar Saved
is a dollar earned-if lome friend doesn't
come along and borrow it. The safe way
is to deposit In our Savings Department
The spare dollars from time to time, there-
by creating a reserve fund for future use.
Try itl A dollar will start an account.
Designated Depository of the United States.
_____W. ___ C l_ I ark. Jno. PfeFer. J. W. Andrew.M
SAMTHE CITIZCahS N ATION AL BANK ir
I THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Buum Mwshnmus conduct"d en a *aft
Cerrspendence Bflb Sd.
J. S. REESE,
.7. J. HOOTON
W. A. D'AI
A General as aidAg
. Buhnell, Cashler.
IL CARY, J. WV. DORa.
W. R. QUIN.
:oples National Bank of
M. CARYT L. J. 6tEVES,
1MWBRTX J. 8. REESE,.
T. U WELLTEM
W. DeC. KESSLJR.
I CuO-l T anacted and Accounts Solicited; Shipes Dlabres-
ate given Special Attention.
LIFE OPP NEW
SOUTHERN BSRCK CO.
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ges 418 Yh4p
Phene SW rag 9.
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The Journal delivered at
your door. 10c a week.
Pensacola, St. Andrews and
Gulf Steamship Co.
W. G. BARROW. Mar
PENSACOLA, MOBILE. APALACNICO.
LA, CARRA9ELLE. ST. AN.
And aM points an St. Andrewe *ay, gp.
raboll* and Aealachikla.
Leaves Pensacola Sunday, 801 p. -
feer Mobile Ale.
Leaves b'sacola, Tes*day. 5S
for St. Andrews, M, v'iv*, Apalashafi
Carrabelle and Intermediate poimaft
For additional Information alM s
J. R. SAU NDlRt
H. T. MORRISON1 Pre 11t
General Frt an4 Pa*. Aqt. Pr- e,
THE PENSACOLIA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
A_ I JEWL ---
Human Hearts Tonight.
The theatrical manager of a decade
Sgo led aus to believe that when a
Slay had been established in public
vor that any kind of a cast could
Je employed to exploit it before Lte
public, and for that reason and no
other, can a great many of them as-
mribe their ultimate failure. Not so
with W. E. Nankeville. manager of
"Human Hearts." which comes, to us
Mr. Nankeville has always maiatain-
ed that the best is none too good for
the public .and it by any possible
chance he can better his companies.
he never fails to do so. It is to this
policy he attributes the wonderful
success of "'Human Hearts" with the
theatre going public.
Will Unmask Thursday.
A great deal of Interest ias been
itroused here by the mysterious lady.
'The Girl in the Purple Mask." who
0I appearing daily and nightly all
this week at the Orpheum theatre.
WVho is she, and why she should wish
1O conceal her features from the pub-
Handled, go at
Gent's Sterling Silver Hunt-
ing Case Elgin Watch
Ladies' Enamel Case Chate-
lan Watches go at
Ladies' Solid 14K Hunting
Case Elgin 15-Jewels,
She Will Unmask Thursday at the. Or-
lie are questions no one could answer.
She has traveled all over the country.
from the north to the south, and has
never .yet, it is said. removed the
mask, but as the cause for its use Is
mow removed, she will unmask at the'
first performance Thursday.
How she became known by no otil-
er name than "The Girl in the Purple
Mask" Is told as follows: All tiose
who have attended the performances
this week are aware that he is the
possessor of a tine soprano voice. In
the city of her birth she sang in the
choir. In tai same city Scott Leslie,
who works with her in their vaude-
Sille acts, and is the director of the
tour, was the -manager of a theatre.
He heard her sing and offered her an
engagement upon the stage, this offer
she accented, but. her father did not
wish her to leave home and flatly re-
fused to give bis consent.
She and her friends did everything
In their power to get him to give -iis
consent, which he finally dil in this
way, saying. "She can go. but,..if she
e-ver shows her face upon the stage 1
o'hall diiiherit her." This seemed
like a complete defeat until Mr. Leslie
originated the mask idea as a plan
75c to $1.50
Gold Baby Bracelets
of all kinds
Heavy Hotel Goblers
Bowls and Pitchers
Fancy Decorated China
Plates go at
Saucers go at
8-inch Mixing Bowls
Plate Knives and
Forks go at
Concerning the Big Sale of
B. PERSON'S DOOMED STOCK
Where $1.00 is Doing the Work of $4.00.
Sales have started and sales have stopped since we first placed
B. Gerson's immense stock of Jewelry and Silverware before the
Pensacola public at prices never read or seen before.
-To-day this sale of B. Gerson's stock is drawing greater crowds
than ever. Why? Simply because buyers came here and found
goods and prices just as advertised. It pays to keep faith with the
public. In years to come you will say, "I wish they had another
sale like the one at Gerson's."
Sale positively ends in 15 days, so come to-day, as every day
is bargain day.
G. W. GROVES & CO.,
Jointed Limb Natural Hair,
Shoes and Stocking Dolls
1847 Forks Only,
Enameled Tea Kettles
V -.- -----.-----~- - -
Gems in Prose.
of an assortment as to quality
and quantity and price, for a
city of 100,000.
20 dozen Nickel Plated
Isadies" Diamond Ring. Posi-
tively ,Worth Above
Price, Goes at
Gent's Diamond Ring. Posi-
tively Worth this Price,
Diamond Scarf Pins
Cut Glass Bowls
JOS. COLEMAN'S BIG CLOSING-OUT SALE OF CLOTHING N -E -N
S. 15-17 W. ROMAN ST.
IS NOW ON WITH A RUSH. Po .- .
IF YOU MISS-THIS (CHANCE,
Saturday, November 28.
3outh's Mightiest Amuse-
traditions of Old-Time Show Intact ,but
Progressive to the Minute.
"Mary," Biggest Elephant.
Great Millett Family. Acrobats.
The Flying Valentines.
Greatest Performing Lions in the World.
The Riding Mayo*. -
Beautiful Lady 'Trapeze Artists.
Acrobats, Aerialists. Funny Clowns.
Intertilng Zoological Collection.
Street Parade at' Noon.
Free Exhibition Outside When Para4e
Returns to Show Grounds.
whereby she could go and still "not
show her face."
A tour was arranged and her suc-
cees was very flattering from the
start. One night her father came to
the city where she was appearing. and
after seeing ier, came back and asked
her to forgive him for his rash threat
and gave hii full consent for her ap-
pearance without the mask, but, by
this time she had become so identified
with tae title "The Girl in the Pur-
ple Mask" that it was imoossihle for
her to discontinue its use until the
tour was ended and so. with the con-
sent of Manager V4covIch. Thursday
she will remove the mask before the
audience and appear the remainder of
the week without it.
Besides the other changes in the
program starting Thursday. Scott Les-
lie and "The Girl in the Purple
Mask" will make a complete c2 ange
of act. presenting another novelty
singing and talking act, entitled "The
Man and the Maid."
At the %ijou.
The Bijou this week is offering on
of t:ie beat bills to be witnessed i.
the popular play house in many week
and the place is filled at each pc
For the Thanksgiv-
ing Holiday, means
The M. & O.
321-323 S. Palafox.
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Ila rd to --- IY
Hd Please--Are You?
to drop in and
the particular ones, the hard-to-please ones, are asked
put on a KUPPENHEIMER. That will be the end of
your search for a perfect suit. The fit is like a mould, the fabric is
all wool, and pattern exclusive. The guarantee behind it is my own
in addition to the manufacturers-money back if not up to our recon-
mendations in every particular. $15 to $35..
formance with an interested audience.
Karo and Russ form-a team which
has created interest, but they v e not
the only feature, for on yesterday
Adams. one of the best wire perform-
ers to he seen in Pensacola. was add-
ed to .the list of attractioas-. He per-
formed at the performance last nig-at
and created much astoni-hment by
his feats, walking across the stage on
a wire with both feet in a sack and
raised in a cabin in the jungles of
equatorial Africa. 4lis father was an
agent of the Royal Zoological society
of Franc.., and spent many year so-i
curing specimens for the society. I
Hence from childhood Mons. Doucet
was accustomed to hear nightly the
roars of monster lions, the hideous ti-
ger's growls, the snarling leopards and
hyenas, which often engaged in dead-
ly combat around the ca.'in. often
hurling their huge weights against its
wall and scampering over it.s roof.
As he grew up in these surroundings
he beca:ne a fearless hunter, meeting
the wild denizens of the forest face to
face and engaging in fierce struggles
with the infuriated beasts. He after-
ward.s became a trainer, and his abso-
lute mastery over the h'riite (reatioln
is nmt equaled hy any living man. A
large steel enclosure will ,e' erected
in the centre of the )hi tent. into
which the ferocious animals will be
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Life Motion Pictures and Illustrated Songs.
New Reels of the Very latest ana Best Pictures Daily
Children's Days Mondays and Thursdays, from
3 to 6 p. m. One child free with each paid admission.
Wednesday, November 25, V n ft a-1tGlltoll
The Never Failing Delight. for the W
W. E. NANKEVILLE'S
KARO AN r THE BIJOU. ENORMOUS TRIUMPH
blindfolded. Climbing a ladder with-u TH m an H arts I 1
out any support is a, very difficult --
,feat. but it was done with ease by!
Adams. He concluded his act by A Story from Life Presented
whirling a baton while stan,'ing on the in Dramatic Form.
The Bijou has a good show and it Abounding in Humanity. oBubbling Over turned loo.e'. \lon.-. Ihone t ill th'nu
is b -ing liberally patronized by pleas- With Joyous Comedy. entor this piir'la.ix).t-. xitetiritt'*d xtltd Pt
ur__s. Thrilling and Realistic Situations Arouse tioIl throntih i 4.-la;-.t>,- -,.it
The Great Divide. the Spectator to the Highest performanic.- :h;; \ill it'.ll\ iln-
In Henry Mill-er' production of Pitch of Enthusiasm. ; Trat. tl..ir i',m'nl.'i.. -', ngii.h ;:utu
I. yYlr rico o "Prices. 25. 50. 75c and $1.00.
"The Great Divide." whikh will be Seat Sale Monday, 9 a.m. a-it. I' is ii!.tii,, ., r rai-in
seen In this city Friday1 ani Saturday Si sighM'. alIId L. 1i .. : toi 1) tor'oi)itt'l.
matinee, two picturesque and decided- Th,. .Jo;n H 8:1;1 !, Sl)\-. iJ trI"iH
ly unusual scenes are disclosed. One Friday and Saturday Matinee. l1 (inliK). 'i oft Ii.\l *i)tli e\ ,(.it\.
is a'cactus farm ia Southe,'n Afizona and cat'full .-i. l tl ti'.-, blhi. i
and the other is a gold miner's hut November 27th and 28th. ni i" I Ial' .r-l, ,I'i v .til .,l
built of rude stone on a plateau high a. .sii. ,h i,, iictm
up in the Catalina mountains. These HENRY MILLER *No n01,. .. -" 1 ... .'",
scenes are veritable triumpn.is of art it ii, a( 'i, .4ai' ii ILI It' uiit II liI
and form a striking contra-t to the PRESENTS night.
one in which the final act takes place. A TINY BABY
a typical New Englan- homp of the "T U GA A TINY BABY
better, class. No expense has been T H E G R E A l Tl )1sfil if r. i,, ll 1' tlh-4
spared to make the prod-ction per- ble is; hxi' if its 'onle,'.0o'i -,.I.
feet in every detail and the cast ; ast", if it nelt- '.' a .,t w'auk,
elected and rehearsed by Mr. Mill DIVIDlo"--7- fleh and i- co i''i,'o"l w.vii
give a perfect performance of this JLJlV j LJJ/E o, 'an he cer-tain 'h.,C nt r,- ortiu,
truly great American play. u airantee haritle*- Ele -.n V ii .h,
At Night in the Jungles. p"The I ng awAitei -r.at A.'mrican worms and puils the halyy inl a healtnl
To hear the thunderous roar of man .- Y. Pr' normal condition.
eating kings of the forest. to feel their By wm. Vaughn Moody Sold and recommn.ndd- bhv \V A
hot breath wafted through the barred As presented at the Princess and Daly's .'Alembertn. dr-uirit and intotho'ars.
windows of a tiny cabin In the jungles Theatres for more than 500 times. 121 South Palafex e-tree'. 'euinsacola.
is certainly thrilling. Mons. Doucet, 1 Prices: Night. 25. 50. 75c. $1.00 and $1.50. Fla.
the famous animal trainer with the Matinees. 50. 75c and $1.00.
IJohn H. SDarks bhows. was born and l Seat sale Wednesdwa 9 a. Where is the Man?
eek at the
The Girl in the Purple Mask
is Here. Have you seen
Her at the Orpheum?
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U. S. Mail Launch
Pensacola. Mary Esther and Soggy Mail
James Jerauld. Caot.
1 a.. i '. ,inIiJi> Mont.imia \V, in sil:i and
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Tie i t 1ax n 1iSl ataturtay t a:t n,) a. m.. ar-
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f.> tbt',-c.Ii'; i tr TIeAl fru a i ..rv
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Subs :-ibe tor The journal.
DR. J. H. MOCK
Jrown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
Painless Extracting of Teeth.
Moved to 310 Brent Baulding.
Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
Office, Masonic BIdg. Next to Dr. Welch's
T. G. YATES, M. D.
410 Blount Building.
Ywen aeL a experience as an Ky
allet-. xsmlntlm, free.
DR. J. B. TILLER,
910 Blount Building Phone OL
F. & A. M.
.l11t I...1-'.N-'. -" i F & A KL-rI.
.lav. N. ,\'.ierni .r -7. al 7 .7;, o'i'loelk
VWork inr thi- 1-. .\. dagr.,e. Visit
ing br.-thrtirn ar- fraternally iu.
it,. \V. W' W.AT-SON.
. . I"I';r'.:Y w M .
VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
Volunteer Veteran Firemen s Attsola
tions meets at Knizh!' of Columbu,
Hall the first Friday in
at 7::30 p. m.
J .N. .NDR\VWS,
ABE DANIE-S. President
Sec(ret a r.
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH.
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters
Rebekah meets every Monday ni"ht a
3 o'clock at I. 0. 0. F. hall. V itzmg
sisters cordially invited to be present.
REBECCA JOHNSON. N. 0.
H, 0. ANSON
DeLuna Book Store. DeLuna St.
Cash Buying and Casle
Selling is True
You'll realize just what this
means by buying here.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
Bulk Pickles, Sauer Kraut.
Herring, Spare Ribs and Pigs'
Feet a specialty right now.
Just arrived-FLOWER AND
FERN POTS-BLACK MOSS
AND GARDEN SEEDS.
We also feature Harness,
Crockery, Stationery, Glass, Tin,
Wood and Enamel Ware, To-
bacco, Cigars and Feed Stuffs.
You save money paying cash
for cash-bought merchandise at
J.IL Dibisson Bro.
124-126 E. Intendencla. Phone 66.
Let Us Launder
We are sure this work will
please you. We give them a beau-
tiful color, put in just the right
amount of starch and dry them on
frames that give them the proper
shape for hanging.
We charge only 25c per pair.