The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title:
Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).

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NOVERRW'.R 10, 1908.


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ray b Robin Cooper, MANY THREW S By Associated Press.
". Chicago, Nov. 9.-An inventive ge-
Aan h rge"l nius hal discovered that there is

An UnIlCr i reatm nt ABOUT I ECK moneyn a''s squeal That hwhhic
S. _. ,_ __ "" P. D. Armour said was the only
S. thing that went to waste at the stock
POLITICS ,T E Wy *i*.piu-ts Press. poor, and $600 was raised by popular He Was Kiss r Cheek yards now has a commercial value.
SChlca o, Nov. *.-Ugat children subscription to send te children HeWas Now their real value has been discov-
CAU OV bitten by puppies wch had bee! fed here. .y His AHm~s~h ered, the public will have to pay for
CAUSOnF FIGHT by a mother aBot_4 with rabies will Mrs. Barbara Dvorek. of Waukesha, thY H i"sA"nErm, te squeal Just the same as it pays
arrive here ftm Terre Huute today Wis., was taken to the Pasteur In- Been in Hondwra Sevea l for the hame. the loins and other
for treatment at Qte Pasteur institute. atitute yesterday. She had been bit- parts of the American porker.
Qant cb As ckitor Of the The mother dog was killed not be- ten by a colt suffering from the ra- Months, and Rettured Vol- Last Saturday a man carrying a
dea she was thought to be mad. bles, communicated by a mad dog tril to Stund Trial.
Temnnemsean Had Been beeameU It was believed she had three weeks ago. The colt's brainy *
. incurable aflment. The ten pups was brought to Chicago, and Dr. Ia- Bond Fixed at $1 .000
Caustic in His Comment were distributed aeing neighbors. gorio found It contained rabies ba-
One of the boys bitten died last cilli. Mrs. Dvorek is 78 years of age
S00 COL Duncan' C. Cooper,ray. The chilren range in age and on account of her advanced age b ,.--,. I I Us ILIIUL IS
Father of Robin Coope- from 2 to 4 years. The fr.milles are she may die from her injuries. New. Or e -ans o -As Wia- o. s A Wi
The L an= WasWr ism Adler former presidLit of the ilv
ntta r. -defunct National eBank NeW Or-
h the Shoulder. team, walked down the g plank
ohT ACT fl n the steamer Elli, he arriv- W IN TEXAS
9.-Asiasequelld IIUU ed from Honduras, lit~:~is after- "
W ot Aeec-ae1 Prom .- E RICAN HASR ACT Ov s nob&, an. y of his frienls'ftrew their
Nashtile, Nov. 9.-As a sequel .. arms around his neck and kissed him
he pwt bitter Democratic primary rrnrnim nr I Tn I on the cheek, and a crow4of several .Declines to Be In-
for the gberatorial nomination L li, M I N I L L i thousand people who had gathered to
Temes te, dward Ward Carmack. riU Il witness his arrival, chee4ed him re- terviewed Upon Reach-
tormer United States senator from UlUL Il l I I peatedly.
Tennessee, was shot and killed in a Adler is returning to Dw Orleans in Dallas.
street doh* here today by Robin Coop- --- to face federal ind t which
er, a yg attorney. Young Cooper charges him with i ing $238,.-
was w..In the shoulder h a b. Man Well Known m the 0n0 of the state bank's~ and he.
Qt 0trwrack's revolver, and Is W IS telSn/o no sooner greeted his s than a ByAssoclased rses.
Sunder police survelace in a. Steel and Iron Trade, United State. marshal him un- Dallas, Texas, Nov. S.-or a fe w
oel hospital. His codimton is not der arrest. A carriage waiting minutes, H. Clay Pierce was in Dallas
serious. Carmack was wounded three Suicides and he was driven to United last night Curtains at every window
times InS the neck, breast and left Future of muel o pers States court, where Mayor Martin of his private car were closely drawn
shoulder -- -Behrman, former mayor .J hnFitzpat- and the door was curtained and close-
Colonel Duncan B. Cooper,the fath- D end U on Attitude By sats, -. ric andthree rom, hbsie ly guarded. Mir. Pierce declined to
er of the young man, was with his t'T -.Upn tti tde By Asociated Pr-m&........d three 1p-1.11"......nesinterviewed, but it was explained
seo during the affray,but did not fire New York, Nov. 9.-Walworth men h that it seemed best that be should
a shot. It Is saind he stood by with a of D e legat es, Tappan, well known in- the Iron and fixed at $10,000. the .. will prob-v have nthin g to ssa about a matter
a shot It is said he stood by with a O aheoth Mid ably not come up for ral day. have nothing to say about a matter
ltol his hand. He detained to steel trade of the south .Mddle y not come up for era dathat is now about to be tried in court.
aight ato.ellce headquarters. Coop- West, and who lived In o ll-e,K, HOUSTON CA IVAL.
er's 7rlend charge that Carmack f blew his brains out last night in the ,U O V A. Newspaper Men Excluded.
the t sha tbu the dd A an- aders Claim They Have hwash roo of the o Hotel Svoy,. Fifth son. Tex. o .Xo-Tsu-on Hillsboro, Texas. Nov. 9.-Mr.
trioa- STouti prote that hiS^' IM No --1-*^ ,.^ rS avenue hostelry. The rep of t ha Houesonr Tex.. Now .-N Ts u-O Pirce retired last night and asked to
t- S stoutl y.T otsNO tho-led6 8pl ippoI- Noshot was heard throughout he lower week In Houston wred in this be excused from seeing newspaper
Ss ea S e trouble was to i t t to A tt -Irt of the hotel and created gr morning, th every o o he men. J. B. Perkins, of Dallas, joined
"'.fthe- r -t .bernatoral p eneitemenL, De%29ldenucpve a ner-C eigtCet carnval g frolicc the party at Dallas. Mr. Pierce ex-
IL^r! is *ch 7ak Re- v aft tyhldInthe state. pects to go to the -court house at 10
was .- ... .grating worse to-gven by Ais-wife luju-qqm CORO- o'clock this morning and enter recog-
a *J *l- iStE-^-gin the as the cause of Tappan's fh actress ors yowe qt. nace for his ppearanoe on Novem-
Tappan a few yearse- a .wa2 in the t gre .. ,pr 3, the day set,-for taking up the
cam iron an steel business" Inw Aock .L Judge Per.ins eys
Them mvexv" to returnt.t.
+ f = -"z th I CAmM r y fta-n1 ther a day or two spent in
s!the and a attached to the aI& =to
ikKit -. rt "+ 'traveling staff of the Chicago firm o tion of horsemen all over the wsth Austing and that he expects to return
hi vi it lfti" Crane & Co., who are id the iron a~d west. to Austin later in the month.
S e This mo t 'v Associated Prm steel business. It was quTckly estab- .
edtortal reference to Colonel Denver. CoL. Nov. 9.-Though there listed that Tappan's suicide *was not
Cogi appe6liad. and this is believed Is much talk of plans afoot to oust caused by fin ancial difficulties as. T
to have been the immediately caus Samuel Gompers from the presidency n^has recently ade profitable st ck
ar Carmack fell on of the American Federation of Labor police that he ad always received a
As...O w..Senator.. during the sessions of the twenty- large salary.
-, ea~ m ., Sms ePami. eighth annual convention which be- Mrs. Ta'ppan told the police that a
.- gan here today. it is principally gossip few v weeks ago Tappan secured a long ISHIP
outside of the federation Itaelf. leave of a-_nqe from the firm witi
* * * * * Rumors of growing dissatisfaction which he Trs connected and came
A A OLt HOLD UP. with the so-called Gompers plan dur- her to undergo a course of treatment __-+
S' ing the recent national campaign, are for the nervous disease which made
By Associatedf Pre. being given free Vublicity, rut leaders him despondent. Tappan and his wife They Are to Be Closely Stud- Proposals For Constructing
S Denver. Col.. Nov. .-A wo- in the federation .who should know stopped at the Hotel Belmont until
cman giving the nmne of Mrs. the status of things, declare their ig- last Saturday when rooms were taken .ed For Two Years by the Utah, Sister Ship to
H. C. Cones this. afternoon norance of any organized opposition in a boarding house. Tappan was not ied For Two Years by the Utah, Sister Ship to
compelled, Mrs. Genevieve to President Gompers. registered at the Hotel Savoy and it
Chandler Phipps, Qe divorced Mr. Gompers himself waves the sub- Is believed he walked into the place RlSSianS.. Florida to be Opened.
wife of Lawrence Phipps. of 9 ject aside by sayfin that the federa- when he determined to kill himself.
PlttAburg, a millionaire, to 9 tion will select the man best equipped "I feared my husband might attempt
take hr' In an automobile to to lead It to further successes and de- to take his life so I watched him as By Assoctatd a s By Associated Press.
a bank to get $10,000. which clares that. should he be retired, he closely as I could." said Mrs. Tappan New York, Nov. 9.-Two years' ashingon, Nov. 9.-initial step
she demanded of Mrs. Phipps. would still remain a worker in the to the police tonight. "He was so study at first hand of the natives of for the onstrution of another mon-steps
whom she threatened to blow ranks. He admits there is opposition, troubled about his health that his doc the Aletian islands, and those of the ster battles the onstrucAmerican navy
to pieces with dynaialte. At 0 but asserts that It is confined to mat- tors advised me to remain with him pe ninsular of Kamc and those of the s te r battleship for the American navy
the bank Mrs. Cones was over- terms of policy affecting localities only. as much as possible. I feared some- m ae by Dr. of Kamchakaare to be o, a for i be taken tomorrow will hen propenos-
0 povTed by a special officer. 0 A strong card In Mr. Gompers's fa- thing of this nature might happen" mawho is bypassing through this city on This will e kconsrucion will battleship No.
ea Mrs. Tappan will have the body re- his way from Moscow. Dr. rochel- 31,., and already has been de.igsnaed
( te Pa .) moved to sille for bua son, who will represent the Russian by the president-to be called the Utah.
FOX HUNTERS MEET. Geographical Society, will start on his She is to be a 'ship of about 21.825
PThe P res d n e on Son ot e. Ark, N. -- expedition next Monday. His wife, tons tria: displacement, and is to be a
S MThe residents Second Son Monte Ne. Ark.. Nov. 9.---Sports- who is a physician, will accompany sister ship of the Florida, which is to
men from all over the land are as- him. be constructed by the government at
W. Q f lsemnibled today at "Coin" Harvey's fa- The expedition is financed, Dr. Joeh- the Brooklyn navy yard. Both ves-
Lnta l young Mman mous resort in the Ozarks to take elson says. by a wealthy Russian sels wer eaunthorized at the last ses-
part in the annual meet of the Monte scientist, and is to consist of five par- sion of congress. No decision has yet
Ne Fox Hunters" Association. This is ties, independent of each other, which been reached- as to the character of
*y Assoiated Pwae. able work or something of that nature the fourth meet of the association will thoroughly study Kamchatka. engines to be installed aboard the ves-
Boston, Nov. 9.-Kermit Roosevelt, no matter how busy he may be." and promises to be the most success. Dr. Jochelson will have charge of sel and bidders will be given the privi-
second son of the president, a fresh- At the opening.of the term, young ful. The Cookson. Okla.. Kennel the ethnologita1 section of the expedi- lege of submitting proposals for tur-
man ait Maardvar was one of the col- Roosevelt was invited by his class- Club came to Monte Ne on horseback tion. He thinks the results of his bine and reciprocating engines.
legians to volunteer to assist in enter- mate, R. Clifford, nephew of J. Pier- bringing the banner, the t rophy won work will probably determine the re-
taining seamen at the Sailors Have,. pont Morgan, to help out at the haven by them at last year's huntiwhich is Iations existing between the North DORANDO IS COING.
Charlestown. He has been assigned, some night when one of the Episcopal to be again contested for NIs week American Indians, the Eskimos and --
among other duties., to stand at the societies should be in charge of the The Oklahomans are accompanied by the Siberian tribes. Rome, Nov. 9.-A trans-Atlantic
doors when the sailors enter and exercises. He accepted, was intro- a band of Night Hawk Indians The liner is bearing toward America a dis-
usher them to their seats. Since tak- duced to Superinteadent King, talked Fort Smith Fox Hunters' Club has TO DISPOSE OF STA.LIONS. tinguished passenger in the person of
ing up this work. Kermit has been to the sailors, played chess and check- agso sent a strong delegation, with a ---e Pietri Dorando. the Italian who finish-
quoted as saying: "I' believe every era with them apd made himself a large number of saddle horses Nsew York Nov. 9.--Next year, ed first in the Olympic Marathon at
an In college should get into charit- good fellow generally. Next Monday there will be a nation should there be no racing in this state London last summer, but who was dis-
Scontest between the July and Walk the Jockey club may withdraw the qualified. Dorando has been a nation-
er breed of hounds, tw-elve on a side, forty-odd thoroughbred stallions now al hero since his return to Italy, and
S s the contest to continue until on i on farms throughout this .state and re- Italians believe that he was the bona
O'OreSt FireS COntinUe to R age is down and out one turn them to their owners. The Jock- fide winner of the Marathon. The fa-
ey club lent the stallions to the farm- mous athlete will attempt to secure a
S-M onte *ano MAoun tain* -ers with the idea that ts action would race with Hayes. the American winner
..n .onte .ano M ount n t l encourage the breeding of better light of the Olympic contest, and his admir-
...............harness and draught horses than those ers here are confident that he will
SH. CLAY PIERCE IS on the market, demonstrate his superiority.

y Assoctated Press. on the mountain are now threatened. ALLOWED $20,000 BOND. *
Birmingham, Ala. Nov. 9.-Dis- ;Messages from Athens, Ala., state By OciatePrm.
patches from Huntsville. Ala.. say that the fires are also raging in the Austin. Tex.. NOev. 9.-H.
that all efforts to extinguish the for- northern part of Limestone county. Clay Pierce. of St. Louis. the 5 f York
est'tres on Monta e Sano. which have and that much fe timber has been chairman of the board of di- POS m aster of N ew York
been spreading for a week. have fail- destroyed. Thae Ares are supposed to rectors of the Waters-Pierce "
ed. and a number of summer cottages have been caused by careless hunters. Oil company.arriv here Shot By M an,W ho Suicid
and surrendered to Sheriff
: Matthews, and later gave bond
Woman Murdered Because She in'the sum of $20.000tgat semb
o d Have Join d Th Church his appearance to answer the 0 By Associated Press.
*grand jury indictment charg-0 9* New York. Nov. 9.--Edward M. Morgan, postmaster of New Yorkf
W Ou If C OlM Moned Th e ChUrfch ing false swearing in con.e city. was wounded in the abdomen today by a bullet fired by E. H. *
tion with Ahe readmission of B, Macley, an eccentric English stenographer, who then committed *
the Waters-Pierce Oil Co. to do suicide: Mr. Morgan is resting well tonig'at and unless complications 9
ay Amscem Prom wound In her throat. business in the state of Texas, 9 et in, will recover.
Easton. Pa.. Nov. $.-Mrs. Teru Her husblad has been arrested, al- after it had been ousted in 1900 4 Mr. Morgan probably owes his life to the quick wit and bravery *
PTano Utvunomlya. Japaese, who was though the police admit there is no for a violation of the anti-trmet of his fourteen-year-old daughter, Dorothy, who saw Mackey draw *
t direct evidence against him. T-e laws of the state. his revolver, and struck it with her hand.
last night to have re A Pmea ltmmn Japanese Inisis his wife committed After the bond wa= signe 9 Investigation revealed the fact that Mackey was of a morbid na- *
and joined the first Prbyterin lcUe. The police. however, say the the case was continued by ture and was once an inmate of an Insane asylum at Worcester, *
church, w fond dead yesterday aft- woman could not have inflicted the fa- agreement until the January Mas. That his act was premeditated is made certain by a letter *
ternoon Is the cellar of a hewe of tal wound, sad further declare that term of court. a he left. 0
which she and er hambmab were the husband tried to keep her from *
aretakera. There was a deea hie- -becomlna a Chriatin----- --------an r ss--e-e-e-s-se-se-s-0-0-0



Vow Pay

a Pig Squeal

camera and a machine for making
f>nonograph records presented him-
self at the stockyards and asked per-
mission to make some pictures for
use in a five-cent theatre to illustrate
a pictorial slide that is to be entitled
"A day at the stockyards."
"I will first take a set of moving
pictures." he said. "and then I will
get a record for the phonograph."
The man proceeded to can the
squeals of hogs hoisted to death in
the shackling pens.




Prominent Men Attending,
the "Inland Waterways
Meeting At Columbus.

Duncan U. Fletcher of Jack-
sonville, Who Made Excek-
lent Address, May Be the
Next President, and Jack-
sonville Will Probably Be
Chosen as Next Meeting

10 Associated t
Columbus, Ga.. Nov. 9.-The Arst
day's e esetof the Gouftt Coa
W6C~rW9* AAssociation opeaedSk
city today. More than 100 delegates
had ben appointed by the governors
of states interested, and many of
these were present at the opening
meeting. Addresses. of welcome were
delivered and after the usual prilmi-
naries, the association took up the
consideration of the regular program.
About three hundred delegates are
ih attendance, and a number of etxcel-
lent addresses were delivered, notable
among these being those of Secretary
Dawe. of Montgomery, and Duncan U.
Flc tcher. of Jacksonville. The latter
will probably be the next president,
while Jacksonville stands a good
chance of being selected as the next
meeting place.
The object, of the Gulf Coast In-
land Waterway Association. as set
forth at the opening session today, is
to work (or the establishment of an
inland waterway along the gulf coast,
shortening the distance between ports
and making it possible for light craft
to handle the traffic. In this con-
nection. it was stated, the project con-
templates the improvement of the
rivers leading to the gulf ports, thus
benefitting inland cities and towns sit-
(Continued on Second Page.)

By Associated Press.
New York,. Nov. 9.-Hundreds of
pounds of dynamite have been explod-
ed in the North river to learn wheth-
er Mrs. Julius Fleischmann, of this
city, ias committed suicide by drown-
ing. Mrs. Fleischmann's disappear-
ance seems to be baffling. She lived

with her husband and two married
sons and their wives and families ow
West Eighty-first -atreet. Her bus
band is a retired real estate dealer
and he and his wife have lived in this
city for thirty years. Nobody "'as
been found whl saw the missing wo-
man quit her home last Thursday,
8he la 60 years old.

The Whste and Black Races

Cannot be Bdacatd


By Asw-slated Pri. of the union may constitutionally
Washington, Nov. 9.-In deciding legislate to prevent the co-education
the case of Berea College vs. the of the white and black races. The
state of Kentucky,favrabl to the case was instituted to tet the a
stare o Kentacy, aoab to e ity of the state law of 1901. prbldt-
state, the supreme court of the Unit- Ing white and black children fra
ed States today fieldd that any state attending the same schools.

Goebel Wants Papers Issued

For Return of Taylor and Finley

Special to The Jeur L
Frankfort, Ky., Nov. g.-Art2r-
Goebel, brother of the late William
Goebel, has been conferring hbre with
the commonwealth's attorney, Robert
-B. Franklin. with reference 4o re-
questing Governor WIl on to ieu
requisition papers upon Governor-
elect Marshall, of Indlana, when hbe
takes his seat for the return of W. 8.
Taylor and Chas .Finley, for trial on
the indictments pending agalyst them

in the Franklin circuit cocrt, charg-
ltu them with complicity la the mar.
der af William Goebel. Taylor was
the republican onastee fr M e
ermeship and Finlley was seeaty
of state in the previous a da Midm
tie, his term having expired a few
weeks before the murder of Goebel oe-
curred. The republican governors of
Indiana since Cie murder have refus-
'ed to deliver the two men to the
Kentucky authorities upon the ground
that they would not secure fair trisa.


Largely Attended Meeting
of the Stockholders Was
Held Last Night.


The Finance Committee Re-
ported Good Pro.t cts For
Disposing of the Bond Is-
sue-Some Big Contract-
ing Firms Inquiring Re-
garding Building.

At a largely attended and ethusi-
astic meeting of the stockholders of
the Pensacola Hotel Company, which
is to erect one of the finest hotels In
Florida at the corner of Garden as4
Palafox streets, held last night at t%6
rooms of tuae Chamber of Commerce,
the proposition to issue bonds to the
amount of $200,000, the money so de-
rived to be used in assisting to cot-
struct the building, was carried unaa-
imously. The officers of the company
were directed to have the bonds pre-
pared. *
The meeting convened at 7 o'clock,
and every share of stock was repre-
Sented. The object was explained
and a vote then taken, resulting In
1164 votes being cast id favor of the
proposition, and none against.
Proep(?% GooD&
The finance committee reportedly th
prospects good for disposing of tha
bonds. The committee has been work-
ing upon this feature for several.-
weeks, and the report last night Wl
very encouraging to the stockbuders.
So far every obstacle eneluntered
has been rercome by those behlnd
the movement, and I. prospects a
mow very bright for a modern l.
The architect will have the bhut-
plans completed by the 15th of t
month, and as duplicates wiMll
made there will be no %@@ aM

made iqOuirle vrearang MW f lw-
and it Is expected that tbqr Wll ol
many bidders for the work.

By Associatd Press.
Hot Springs, Nov. 7.-The
* stay of President-elect Taft at *
* the Virginia Hot Springs *11ll
- 'be *prolonged until the first
Seek in December If the ordi- *
nary season of mild weather *
; here prevails. He has accept- *
* ed the invitation of Miss Board- 0
* *man. of Washingt6n, president *
* of the National Red Cross, to *
* attend the annual meeting of 9
0 the society in Washingtonfi D. _
C. on December ninth. He ex- 4
Aspects to remain here until then. 4
* Although bhii plans have not 4
Slbeen determined. It is his Inten- 4
* been determined, It Is his In- 4
* tention to then go to Autusta. 4
* Ga.. to take a cottage and re- 4
* main during the winter. 4
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The cae Of J. O. Rowland, white, sicians called n. Fears are entertain- in MVAiL.
A te amwscharged with the larceny of goods ed for her.
A te ame was t laort ed Sunday a t the sre of W. A. Van Pelt. The Sheiff Arrested Two on e remains of the exsenator will
t tUO. Satr.- o ars Wet' ,6e nd an l soWith steallag a horse and T Sereach here at ten o'clock tomorrow
thid lame of a sldieries. Tr wat s W t lrom his place on the Goulding n ,. e gr.i. morning and the funeral will prob- A, Ameelatee .** ..
thir dme of a series. Tere oaa rose u aay. Charge of Selling W hout ably be arranged,for Wednesday. manila Nov. $.-The battleship.
bage crowd present, ag wh I Tbs ees. ia and Louisiana, flagship of Roar Admrial
Wsre and AIes., a. MmM. with arsn., w be License. W. H. Emory, commanding the sec-
Tohe poMes e *tattee t called We" f iy.t Salcitor wlln b.. I I Iond squadron of the Atlantic Beet, ar-
5U Soldiers getting threehta h smsl ate dCso that Fifteen bottles of wine abnd 4 bht- H T io _rived here tay from A-noy. The
|th loals --IMP to e'rro s r Johat Jeb at e cCeW w itness In ties of beer were seized by Sherin'1L UL IIWIIl isconsin.flagship of Rear Admiral
at baU d l aSai the d prta5d el thiMs me h dl Pisp i and tuld Van Pelt and Deputy Smith when they LUU U L I TI Seaton Schroeder and the Vermont.
rat b l durin g t hremalner OfOtthe "a u r John Caramala s Milio pa- steamed p from Olangapo, where the
Was called o ount Of1dal -_a_ edto appear a a witness in this mosa Sunday for selling liquor with- ii d n 1 oth edr em will remain. c Rear Ad-
wath thae ore toa5c Tchenti 1 cas Uly after Uthea0rment of out a license at the former's place ifahm HnLML aer-ier." assuminu commandt
ayedhof nexSo n t will be the bat tem of eot. of business on West Cedar street. III| 1 1n ni1 1 t A dr lEnpon tne retr
i PALE-r DeLIyAT WOMrN AND e 0 olns. .relas fbo __ s ta to the Loualsiana, and Rear-
PALE- DLICAT WOMEN AND f at e leckBASEBALL MEETING. NCW Orleans Cotton ]E- Atniia W. P. Potter, of the Ver-
TheIR Old 8t--ard OBOW TA_-TB- Ani"XICAR P'9drat... -- at, raised his pennant on the .WIs-
The Old3standard 0SOVU *uTAUrFW t Chicago. Nov. 9.-Baseball mag- ,n a aiusi.. Te Connecticut- wil go to
Li a mn N. drives outa m.aOth, ..a. a na,, change Believe in a sft' e. conncul goto
-am u t~, m 5 .,M of_ Labor Meets ane of the land are gathe ,t.e C a for battle practice on Wednesday
erowa ndul We Pro" paw -pate In the deliberatis of te Lwer Tariff. tme by the other vessels of the fleet.
'BAPIST CONDUCT ~r sw Is t e ftet ts ever p f his eighth session of the National Asso ----
rAPIST biUtt-T e5 m- t of sociiuce.. .tme- elation of Baseball Clbs, The con- uBy Aeasted Pres. HANDSOME GIFT FROM
AkWEEe *&K* Son" of O .- sle veution will begin tomorrow and wil New Orleans. .a-. Nov. 9.--Tbe LORD NORTHCLIFFE
A WE-K OP PRAYER *~* t c"t m iofos 'satrtai.t uiess .s."r s New Orleans Co A n Exch e y c
The prset wwll he a wo aaga em tterowntrfeatct. the future f the n atlo n passed reso .tmsncalli upo New York, Nov.9..--A -memorial
T......sen .......a -... .. .o eu agrss to reduce the present 1 1 nm .dob has been given to the Ply-
L rayer wth the t ill Bapti The asaal taert of Preient s tute bagging f or baling cett. mont church. Brooklyn. by Lord
So first of te seum having G s, e am kat lug with DROWNED WHILE PISHING. This tax." declared the rhe mtoA, rthUfe. the English newspaper
_ccurr ast night,. en.g in chap iua soahled polluial stamda well as "is a direct burdn on the cotton wer. who is now In tQ- country.
SReLl .srtt ssesal e ether ipsIn t matters, atfecting the Chicago, Nov. .-Joseph Johnson raising industry of the south for the S ay. Wr Newel Dwight Hills, pastor
wise r- a goo", rowd -aving Sadesatis beL h.-red tomorrow. and Samuel Russell, of Fox Lake, IlL, beneAt of a few manufacturers, w o of the ehua. in making the an-
Sattendance. This evem .tI% cti. n the next conven and Peter Munth. of Chicago, were are thus enabled to thrive at the ex- npinmnt of the gift, said it was
S will conduct the m meeting. tion are mS. Loronto, Detroit, wae by their boat overturning penee of the most tiapotant class of seal one to the American people. in-
tF r s -G mervies will be 7:30. Mobile, Taea and Washngfte. swilef shin Ia Fox lake yesterday. agriculturista la this country." i gl Aa E ts1"_. if ,_ im ad-


S iMrn ,s .nt. M EN
papES^sly a^5t^ es Wore Fnc t cI
a S? w. O NE .A.N I l A l LUIPL Has Bec Completed by the
lne ben oc -4 o with car- S tS M VAW ARE IN -ET- t --r -.
WOW= ,re CONDITION THAN PRE- nn r rlf CO tltOR
1 t a iby the oeutws q ap VIOUSLY-R. KENNEDY TALKS
W- o- spec iSe -- r _e te tges ON THE ROADS AND THE AP U CoUlpuy.
am g POACHING EVENT. _____
T2Me Pstia w-d taI aaozl Dyapep-
s 1a m'a le by & BTwo m*me entries have been made O f ounty co mis'^- THERE 18 OW A FINE DRIVE.
w Ma de" p 1""I &S reOStest in the Thaakagiving auto race, and B ard o County founis-
S01111-t1e to the dl- the prospects are that many of the fine WAY FROM PENSACOLA TO FT. U
h.* e ofdas m st im- ears Wi re l entered be- SlOners to Hold a Speral BARRANCAS, THE ENTIRE ROAD
*c- --- o f g t the 0t-On for etlosin entries or o v
Se.&teo a knSi naieuce uoi ri. W. U Witti has entered his %ssion To-day. BEING C TRUCTED OF CLAY
S m kb w "h suply aln the w ft -mblr, which is expected
W mer t e_.y to proper to anive Ia few days, and Oscar E. ---- AND GRAVEL.
i Ml. M m ldrivelA a Haynes.
T Jl... d properties W.. ma f Pie Barren, who THE ELECTION IS TO BE HELD --
,M1 -1t 1 t" -dis-taut- was to tS that place Sunday, states ON THURSDAY, AND EVERY The government cemetery road,
S"nd p sin ca d y dgesteA that tile abads. m Pensacola to PERSON WHO 18 A QUALIFIED extending frau Bayou Grande to Fort
P* i e r.a arwe In better condition VOTER CAN PARTICIPATE-18. Barrancas, has been completed by the |AT1
a tll ~a- "O-intl han tbhey t dbeeo for some tat as SUE TO BE USED IN BUILDING Turner Construction company, and at-
S av-l.mbl - had b rof e fact t h ROA ter an examination by the army engi-
3fr twusfbmb an- had come uinm Piae Barren to Pen- OADS. neers, accepted by the government.
mak t one stops and 10never havintes A special election o vote upon te The road, one df the best in the
s -3.' peut ive* oert of thi nd never hav tos proposition to bond the county in the south, Is now ready for use, and there
""t we a ll 311 D1p11 e81G Tab- thtt sum of 2wi,000 is to be held in EBcam. I ,no doubtt butthat it will be muca
h ey Will pecreyu oagrattaz aMoto have those inengto cd andths mom- d by those out for a drive. -
en te y s ueter theirmacSh. s to so iat nearlyng w the Board of ^County Com missio n The contract was awarded about
SgTS boSo. ... e458d oate. The entries can be made at era will meet and Ptr-e e ballotsix onthsago for building theb rad
CrytA,. Phar, ey, Pea be. Teet'sdru gantoe bupto s stationery to be qent out to t e va- ad1 constructing a bridge across
itolock on tuvcy, e s iobodr t ore v19 rious precincts of the county. Clerks Bayou Grande. The latter was com-
lock f the even we of Nov. 19 and inspectors to manage the election pleted several weeks ago by a Bir-
aty on th bautaants h car &Adwerey appointed several weeks ago, mingham contractor, and is a substan-
at wrk eerbllag their cars ad it anticipated that all of them trial structure, being built of heavy
f ttai r madwhimes in.r t ap rua wilB be at the polling places early creosoted lumber and timber.
p e en orer, ad while no remxprkable Thursday morning to conduct the The road is .coutucted entirely.
sof the oin that the, y experts a election. of cay and gravel and rolled hard. It -....
l i o-- aIS- ta-n"l rm .. .. 30 S o engrossed have te voter; been connects at the ayou with the coun..
Sm duu sta o. Arem mr l during the past few weeks with the ty ard road, and there s now a fne T
t ft ltoOliveW hile not sandy, a trine enera election that many of them driveway from the ty to Fort Bar- L
ough oll l very ast-work, and It Is ave forgotten that the special bond r n caT.. ,1DNI I te M Pn ier
I I r hop ed that the countywill e abe to election Is to be held Thursday, but The county expended many thous- J lEmpLN E
R Pe I U |l irU oft ecrslt. now that the general election Is over andi of dollars on ts portion of the
ee class rd ter nT they are turning their attention to work. and the government tor e he oR aVnn El S hl
" -'-----,,k8V 2?"' "* the bond election, bridge n-d rod spent &bout 3SoOi. lUnUL Is i
The Mayor.Nameo HmIn- T 6 "repese t l The money to be Bderived from the l
ng Dr-KTmo a Jornal representave lastal of the bonds In to be Idasd in LARGE NUMBERSAES IS
.t..*.ofcU noft s i ht -r -cneyr whoe r, as aee building a system of good oroeads OF DELEGATESn
t coree fPl ay Go fd s 6countik o adomeseers are throughout the county,.s we l as con-- .
Thb eUoonPthe thorg necticng th, county wit Santa Rosm AT CONVENTION e e A sa ri
o pa- -oatm wo-av e -countyontLt- east-a.ld.Ba Mwin cou Celebrated Anniversary .
Sm qs oLra rlahese ima oDl t i ty on the west with substantial (ContlnmW From First Page.)
--of _t_ Whicharedeathto--- bridges. Tne map which r. bn Pan ted along these streams as well as New York, Where He is
Prat. J. Bradfeaord a r teage lhave been c covered with clay d r ,showing the roads to be built the ports on the gulf.i
toyTb0e Ia ..l of tthm C.m A. gravel a.d 1me The road has event the bond sueIs car- cutting of a canal across the Employed by Hearst.
d..., an fo erly con-ectod been win l eanedit Is so fr s o ed reveals the fact t peninsul is one of the definite ____
so" tehe PUaygrou t AsaAto e ccts to our city streets that it is nobense tion of the entire county Is covered. ams of the association.
Slial having beea In th employ to l0P as bet t ... .. .... Thi nT.e principaUl sessions were one Special to The Journal.
00 the asmatect In Newa Yok re- I h l i mbeen over the road recent. I held this afternoon and one to be held New York, Nov. 9.-John Temple
Uesty. cs bees appotl b Mayor lyb e1fomr1c t otage1 wU to Brent | LEBs Htomorrow, the convention adjourning o Ka Clu ie
Dom as instructor Ifor MWwork In 1 witot accident. Til n H m Tuesday night. This afternoon follow- Graves, editor, orator and vice presi-
p nedig amll enmt s f e beats train time, and could not have ULLLUIn LU ing the regular session of the conven- dental candidate of the Independence
or te hool children of this city. een done if the roads were in the t nn a am-A,1 e tion a reception was tendered to party in the campaign just closed, is
At a conference yesterday after- wwt.l Co0dition. that some people molr m n lil'nlv tie visitors at the Mascogee Club. To- today 62 years of age. Mr. Graves
On between the Mayor and ProL wWould have us imagine. o* N m Inr morrow the delegates will be taken for is now employed as an editorial
Ob ofoed plansfor the coming summ a it 1s triu that between Pine Bar- oule idf lmany i an automobile rideithe trtp including writer on Hearst's New York Ameri-
eer vacation of the school chJeren ai .Fl. M il thoret are somesteep Al NR Te Iomwsballl a visit to the point on the Chatta- can. but it is rumored that he will
were discussed. Pour squares will be 1 abt these w1l only teqt the hill _____ hooehee river, wsttB hydraulic im- soon return to Atlanta, to assume the.
Alted In the resideutll portir of tBbn ability of the various cars In provements have been made, after editorship of a new Hearst paper to
le cityl for the p&T lounns an d t '*et ot. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pohlmann which they will be taken down the be established in the Georgia me-
1.60 wibe ttedwith ogs and *contest of this kind will do the Mr. a.d .... . v. ^..30. river for several miles. trapolis.
other means of a.nsement for mall ta good..Tlrough the newspapers Tr*... .. T watXT" Among the convention speakers are: Mr. Graves is a Southerner. having
ehldre These places will be:-In o utlder will read of the race, and nt Crtamed Large Num- Governor Hoke Smith, of Georgia; been born at Willington church, Ab-
. reaM about le irt of lt a r y are more liable to remember Congressman Adammon, Of Carrollton, beville county. South Carolina, on No-
d wl be used previous td Pensacola as being the lace in For- ber of Their Friends. Ga.; Duncan U. rletcher, United member 9, 1856. His father was Gen-
NIg Cf summer vacation. "u- Where they had a big 'Tbankg iv. States senator-clect, Jacksonville, eral James Porterfild l Craves, and his
The county commisoers will be to race than they would if they Mr. and Mrs. H. Pohlmann celebrat- Fla.; Robert L Randolph, secretary ot mother Katherine Calhoun, a niece
asked-to allow the use o the read that we thought that we wouhl ed their 20th marriage anniversary the Internal Improvement Company; of John C. Calhoun.
or the t purpose of onduing the .e_>sore b0e itted by the Panama Sunday night at their -home, 212 West M. 0. Leighton, chief hydrographer, Mr. Graves was graduated from the
girls rmmrning exereoses. One of thdN 0S1101, thi any other southern port. Government street. any friends and United States, Washington; Hon. University of Georgia in 1S7 and
exIeri wll aconsist of a athletic e is nothing like an athletic acquaintances were present and a Thomas J. Lo Browi e, president Cham- went into journalism. In the South
dance. neveta e r peoed COtests, to advertise most delightful time was spent, the ber of Commerce,' Tampa, Fla.; G. he is looked upon as the successor of
01 of the Intemreatui featuresoin 1a ace. almd te newspapers all ovet happy couple receiving many eongrat- Grosvenor Dawe, secretary Commer- the late Henry W. Grady, both as an
onnetion with the movem t will th* worwId wll agree that It pays to ulations. The home was beautifully cial Club, Mtontgomery, Ala.: S. A. editor and an orator. He was a presi-
be tihe forming of a baseball amc i pledge you my word decorated and a delicious spread was Thompson. field secretary National dental elector from Florida in 1884
cilmoMld of boys of the city."= U T ta &i11a proportion of the north. enjoyed by tbe inwited guests. A fea- Rivers and Harbors Congress, Rich- and from Georgia in 188o. In 1905 he
Swll be e i entra- S 4 never heard of Or- ture of the supper was the bride's mond ,nd.; John A. Betjeman, secre- was a candidate for United States
L__ located parkor vacant lot nd th i_ ac or Savannah, iGa, until cake, which was beautifully decorated tary Business Men's League. Albany, senator from Georgia, but withdrew.
;ll be under the *d-eatio nthey bosima n oun through antom- with chrysanthemums. The waitresses Ga.: Col. J. S. Kimbrough, Phoenix Mr. Graves was for years one of thf
the instructor. bile ss. all neices of Mrs. Pohlmann, were City. Ala.; Congressman Humphreys. most popular lecturers on the Ohau-
&&tw win be e tor-d ~n TOLA ORE LDA IoN ONE DAYCora and Dora tPfeifer. Mrs. W. A. Gee, secretary of the Bureau of Soils, lectures, as well a other works, have
ah Interest is be pin oydanAby a -L "l 1T v OMO Quiint e ahlenbeck, Mrs. T. B. Thorsen and Washington, C. been published in book form.
tmuh Ihtnterestd the dspovlany Sby u re money01 u it Mrs. C. G. Hallmark, who were the Mr. Graves began his editorial ca-
o ni o til t cr. _. GROVE'S aigna- bridesmaids at the wedding of Mr. ant Ex-Senator Carniack reer on the Florida Union of Jack-
The Take the Ktan l-t- tun is n aCh box Sc. Mrs. Pohlmann twenty years ago, were -Br=lla s r D......I sonville. and his reputation as a writer
'1 have used Dr. Klas N Ufe among those present. J iflC m OU-e l U and as a speaker soon spread through-
tll for Bany years, with isor n. A rn IIIP 11 3Iany beautiful and costly presents tcn.. -- . out th.e South. Later he became edi-
t on They L LL were received from friends and rela- Continu From irmt P ) tor of the Atlanta Journal, the Rome
f stomach rve.- and nowtas 1aET 1 tives In Pensacola, Mobile. St. Louis tile street. Colonel cooper put an arm Ga.. Tribune, the Atlanta News and
uns or frictkm.' say N. H. Brown, LHrLU UaLI III N .ew Orleans. around Robn and together they walk- the Alanta Georgian. His ability at-
of P-ttsfield. Vt. O-rastd atle. Last night Mr. and Mrs. ponhlmann ed to the office of a physician nea.:by, traced the attentIon of William l.n-
fatotoy at all drutlta. Sic. T~ii -l I fA am-m entertained in honor of their two sons, where Robin's wound was dressed. dooph Hearst and he came to New
i il-lflfl i P ii ICharles and Edwin, and many of their Young Cooper was later taken to the York to accept an editorial position at
PIP *f flIP IIIIA IIHI- ^MIl nUnnHn Iyoung friends were present. Vocal hospital and Colonel Cooper held at a reported salary of $13,000 a year.
|i|L i'l-- l U -" UlllfnI -H UIHl I and Instrumental numbers were ren police headquarters.
|nnr ftmmr /m---- '**** ** W W Idered and the young people greatly Robin Cooper is an attorney, twenty. I nlll ll l
|I|L unmIL If lU enjoyed the occasion. A splendid sup- seven years of age. He Is not mar- /UL I IiU1111

PlAYED *Vn .fain Fillingim and Ma- Refreshmeswere .also served.. The I lUUlU mlllr
Cale Wede dto. MUCH BEEN AND o aS Nov.-Ms. NAI MANLAUI

PThe crimina1 urt oven yeter-II IIW Carmack, who was killed in Nas .w-
day morning at 10 o'clock, Judge E. .i ie today, left here late this after- the S. c. o

-eand S itr Ldn fed a number of Mrs. Ellen DmntnLton, who bad -been Squadron Drops Anchor
-n Ga enld e~w lnformatioa. U eiusyIl.wsovercomS' ad .nhv-




Many Children View Re.
mains of the Child Who
Was Killed.

yAy/scasoed PrOe.
The, Scourge aat a Birmingiamn, Ala., Nov. 9.-The aw-
The corge S at LaSt fl tragedy at the home of J. Hr-
Been Driven From the ris, on Third avenue and Elghth
Been rvenstreet, Saturday night, In which Po-
P].hilippi" iceman J. W. Little. J. W. Harris.
PhilippineS. w. Womack and the two-year-old
daughter of Harris were killed. all
-- -- shot, was te topic of conversation
By Associated Press. yesterday in Birmingham.
Manila, Nov. 9.-The Merchants' as- The statement from the police
sociation of this city has issued the headquarters that Oicers Little ad
following statement Jones went to the' Harris home to
following statement: arrt a man named John atoler,
-Manila is reported by the health waret a man namgedwh s atrlya-
authorities as being tree from chol- who was but haone of the disorderly tat
era. Since November 1. in a popula- tMed circulation, but the gamral
tion of nearly onequarter of a mil- ar-ion is that the oleers, Iwav
lion, one case dally has occurred. iag 'aresti isome t at ie s near.
These cases were found In outlying this place, had gone there e laftalJ'
districts not usually visited by whites. tio that'the .robi ttlSlaw was l~
The late visitation proved to be of a las violated. Litie a.2t 0 tHal we
very light character slnce its begin- nt e A -s /
ning, and during the asth of July rie .nrd at, for L oat. 4 T4M.
only twenty-two cases developed The body t Little was takes to
among the white population. Of thee sebh in Mwy--tt thleuat-o
but ten proved fatal. Thare was not tv ste ra, r Padtae tftenral wS-
a single case among the 12,000 city probably takepa this ?beralw
school children. Soldiers from Fort tdeceaseds survisi by a Mi e
McKinley and sailors from the Asat- m.Ave d cbMs. s,-y 4a ne-rs at
le squadron are now entering the city age In addition toe s m a- ft
freely. and the citizens are anxious family he is xwrvivt by three boeth-
tCat Rear Admiral Sperry shallper- ers.-, two --hUredw b the S h-
mit they to carry out the plans tor tw
the reception of the Atlantic eet." Harris is survived by a wMiw sad
WEEK'S OPOTING CALENDAR one c'alid. His father Usa coobeIWO
K R N ..from Centerville., Bibb county, -M.-
special The JeTaL arrangements are beIng made far
New York, Nov. 9.-Among the laterment. Womack, so far as cas
important sporting events on the cal- ertined, was u married.
endar for this week are the following: regular stream of Pveple called t
Tufesy. the undertaking ootablishent bo
National Aswoiati'n of Baseball LoLy yesterday to look at the
Clubs begins eighth annual session in boadis. A vecuiliar eight before
Chicago. was a visit to the .porgua of a a._
Saturday, day school elass,. th object beaig to
First annual Northwestern Golf give the children a look at the body
Tournament begins at Portland, Ore. of t e little child that had been shot
Cross-country Icimp'onhip of Ama Shortly after this tragedy Saturda
tour Athletic Union at Celtic Park, nlght the s s orces went to _
Long Island. "sBelal" or "Demoeratic" clb and
Football: Yae vs. Prinheton, at *serd "raMiders' warrant i," n1e
Princeton; Pennsylvania vs. Michigan. eing placed under wrest esmW
at Ann Arbor; Corl vs. Chicago, *t charge at violating te prohibition
Chicago; Harvard vs. Dartmouth, at law. There was no re a sc. sa=d the
Cambridge; Caritsle vs. W. U. of Pa., deputies had no trouble In either get.
at Pittsburg; West Point vs. W. and ttng Into the place or placing tOe m -
J.. at Wept Poaint Mavy v. Pewnyl- uader arrest. all of them being mareh-
vania State, at Apn-.pon; Nebraska ed to the county jal. where they wre
vs. Kansas, at Lincoln; Te eeg va. required to give bead.
Clemson, at Knaxville; 'Oeowetown 1T tragedy of taW 0
.s. Virginia, at Washlingt; Georga ll. o- by e.*m1nP3r
Tech. vs. Sewanee, at Atlta; Sta- day, the Ioe ss n -s
ford vs. University of ~t orns. that all 4I r n
lnnecft ewho. Oi r o
THE LAST CLAIM., had been a -e 1,r, had_
receive a nas s E rsre blcandI
Chicago, Nov. 9..-i*e RIepublicana eLghi -y iarui/m i "wn vi
congressional hea~eJtters were ao as to Uw,
closed at the AuditoM f hotel y er-t a it arrest ts d ls B
day with the final ar-acement .t ,. to have _
219 RepublIcans have bee e lecte t a' s .Ae work. That
the sixty-first congress. a j o A-*vtolati.rf the Ts e
MISTRESS KIM"_ HUSBAND po pl. pileop g
Sout1 .Norwalk Cona., Nov. abd st isI to th e edse
Hereafter wahe Mr. stand i M o U Of Little went t the pin V
H. Kirby. of this city, meaie to ki sn J Sapy S t.t v ..
each other they win search the m e..V d und bon od t t"' 1
In which they may chance to be ain __
then lock the doors. Tji precautiLon rarista that -
becomno necessary becau sof a i b tll invesluiaei of aWr
opening today. The tanSy Is tha pe'a --i-tte ba MA
saessor of a bulldog whb it calls. ft eP-oerutiin IIsh At
Teddy Roosevelt. Mr. Ku by is a tha Wa su ao an bowga
traveling man and the ftg is not fa. atllsb'
millar with him.
When W. Kirby was leaving on aC -648660I-
trip yesterday motnIg Mrs. Kirby

Dr. J. W. Traty. p wo att edei it a m>- h .
Mrs. Kirby. ftears o Vepa o2
quesees. Mr. Kirby gad that while m
he would not e to -iave the dog h A01SEt9604
know it. the tuhure ot he animal to
rather uncertain. A -

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.-I 2b6-Amgft onows

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ed him (Dr. Hillia) that Americans!
gave a memorial window to the church
at Stratford-on-Avon, and were plan-
ning to place a tablet In Westmlnster
Abbey in memory of James Ruwsell
Lowell. The window will be one of a
series representing "the Influence of
puritanism on democracy and liberty
in America."


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Held Thursday Night fli I WTL. 'D chowder was excellent, the guests, it W. H. Mapoles. editor o0 te 2aata Ms. Zora Brown,
S, \ I is needless to say, thoroughly enjoy- Rosa Star. Santa Rosa county's lead _a., arrived in the
Ji to Organize. .NM CA RE T I.--. ing the occasion. t in weekly, came up from Milton an- She will leave today
e t ? I; T to rganize.a Rev. Wa. T. Wadley, pastor of the day morning on a short tisit with his Orleans, where she wi
S_ The fist thing a m demands in the Presbyterian church, is attending parents here. days on a visit to fr
hsT shoe is that t hey At w and that the presbyrery this week. Rev. J. T. Mepoles attended the
Much interest has been aroused they feel well Rev. Martin, the Baptist preacher, regular meeting of F. and A. M. lodge Won Its Crm
i W \ among citizens of this place over the After that he wants a stylish appear f killed his usual appointment Sunday. at Holts last Saturday. The verb "to frasi
-pr a ,c \ among p ftizens of his plaat e ov ace and durability. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. DeWitt. of Bag J. W. Baggett. Jr.. a prominent me- the respectful coans
proposed formation of a yacht clU. Some shoes have one of these dad, reached Freeport Sunday night. chant of Blackmaa. Fla., passed dictionary akers.
and \ already a number of persons ave qualities and some another-the Barry Mrs. DeWitt will be remembered by through here today en route to Milton. credenti s-Washing
given their names as members of the Shoe has them all. our townspeople as Miss Millie Tervin,
organization to Ben H .T..omas, who a he saTl l a n. .
is leading the movement. per1=t I. .-a]twea ;
A meeting for the purpose of per- a.dam waeal mas U
fecting organization will be held atnShoe GARNIERS. i lee E U.iSRT
the Chamber of Commerce Thursday r tyej. I-- t _
night at 7:30 o'clock and all persons e .. A- S S 1c T I'- e
^ W* interested are urged to be present. THE M. & O. 11...,11 to w.. %t
B" U ILDINGTPER TMTITr 1TI-rTS>O ^^^^ Clothing and hoe tore, Garniers, Nov. 8.-The McKenzie No.... r my t . sm ee. -..
BUILDING PERMITS 321-323 s. patfox St. Mill company of Boggy, is having the No .Wiedy ttat dge 0 Wil f S, e ,le c-an of C
THE SUGAR OF THE SUGAR CANE- ISSUED YESTERDAY Pensacola, Fla. mill machinery of the Rqobk n saw- lood wl w ever ahe a Ct e of te triple. Just
T-r still ALAA ^YU -t brought to the head o N.gger crlat m asou ild with the op rd c
t tital. Justtht of tk vry t n The following permits were issued bayou for tne purpose of carrying it which prode the tu the
as dews and w" In the true aid s tyle yesterday by Building Inspector Ren- to Boggy, where it will be set up. body wil be keta a ta g i d ms m d Ms p
Pume r ear -e ryway. W oa at a \ atdall: Mr. Morgan's little child who has other local w u i.mlllaly
ssuhteame c years as ties th e was tinsatit To Rev. Bishop Allen to repair the t sw been very sick for some time i some- mtfeh bli m i te -
i- eci gfeor swt Is tto wnl ctl en m healthy. wooden buildings at Nos. 906. 908 and what better atd ha finished present.,om
lme W 910 East LTaliua streeL Mr 9 I aI r. R. H. Littefenlad nha sfoi n_.ishe -r. a-R H-._ .. ... ---- --- -e O _
wish to got IeItal ith a"af r.Ry pure. delicious To 0. B. Lobdell to erect a two- -T his tore building and expects soon to oP t et1 bod was dutWit hs .ag'
Je ea of AAGA. stor dwelling. 20x40 feet. on North Ihave a stock of goods ready for pub- y astm ther can be amg, 5a a
us, 411s-=Z 810 *Davis street. near Lloyd. lic inspection. be caue from te MOI B the d s c be.
At A Mpbo-las eemcus. To Joe Levy to repair the wooden Mr. Broxtons i b u cutting u .mber i rg-ly ---- . lwm muH m i
AT Aft Ewl MMwI^A ^ r s U CO.building at 422 West LaRua street.. 2 nro on Cie beach. e f rrioi d inb he eg!,
A SYRVP CO. To Win. Fisher to move and repair erlhunred l now on hiereths lim 1
M M-y Alahama- a building on West Brent street, near w It was a od rain hereths
To Morris Bear to tear down the be expected oon.
two-stor- dwelling at 320 South Bay. I any Th oa ur-"a--- ----he u
Ien streetL Scnbe for The JTurhae M M inc..,.- A

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god bo.EA the News of West Flori

i s. re v "I s u f b L a myou want the best, call for rA
mebsou aaona thm 1 e or Vamall. WI AND SOUTHERN ALABAMA
'01** g a number o 1 tfs c m u-'- -- & o

r. ^ .M "''.* lmjI r" i ranks. There was but one vote cast rs. J. A. Garrett
L I E I f for the socialist ticket. home at Florala Sat
.. 0, Judge J. T. Wiggins. of Milton- has after spending several
L -H been visiting his brother-in-law, Nim guest of her sister,
r j eyMc* IGuire, this week. Garrett.
"- o .l Oft lar Ut nit_.- "-. .. Mr. Malloy of Pensacola. is spending .- A bridge construct
t..ate _nn nI a week or so fishing and hunting atn I the supervsiono W.
Annual Snday Meet- te he ad of the bay. H I s Ibeen stationed here t
--S^nd,.y a" L^? ^ .. ... l m lll IQlllln Quite a number of our citizens are II l I making repairs to th
So oatf g Paeacon m a y going over to look up lands ain Wash- ILLU L IU Yellow river.
-1m& .ington county. The lands ar? includ- Hon. Geo. Webb. of
1- SmawlsI"3i. -a T---- ABats ,-aatin ed in the Forbes purchase, which here yesterday, visit
BA ibe e Oia n This is th Reason Bryvan wasd opened for settlement this week. S W Robbins S cceeds relat vest. o
t i.l'-ir-ewS aty sum. .27 9.s Reason Otto and Frank Vogel and George JC. Chetnu
U4 00116 111 -a -s El*e, S s Sargent of rcMuskegon. Mica., are visit- M y ng for quite a while
. ethe aSfee ima -y a ........-- Was Not Eeced, Says ing our place on land busiess.nelf as Mayor of Sunday h .ere with his
*sa. -u Wheisky is nI T .he.ifth Sm14a meeting of the pi"ace ing last night.
m~_ ,aeused. f t meMes tAae- Pe saco. Bay BiMptit Association Thousamd of America+ wi~Om Prof. I. E. Alen the Town.
.1 `1 Co a 0 a` pO l can be will be held at Wallace, Florida, this in our homes are daily e i * ig -- l- th o w -
med Iasutd With effc It is year. at the Smyrna Baptist eurch, their lives to duty. M M ---- TTDeFUN
lettW i i F ,grediets the dates of November 27*29. An In order to Ipthe home st cKINNONVILLE. o -_.
USparatel ad the mixture at interesting program has been prepa ir-ladton, hE to1Nov. 9.-Theov. twSoos
theme. 4 ed, and a large number will attend we itor Pensacola Jornal election on the th __
The g eulae VIa Oil of Pine from this city. Every see of the three M tidy, women overdo. A e Ever since the general election o special to The Journal:. heinst. and the following officers ere T
inpead puareeSs t ieeattoa of the days, in fact, will be KIan over to weakness or displacement is often he g, enea eh l to an. McKinnonville. Fla.. Nov. d- elected: DeFuniak Springs.
sAIUe PaIcriscples PiMne sad san. valuable discussion of sone sort, and broughton and they sufferinilence, last Tuesday I have -b as sore MessrsKinn Robert McKFlnnon and Aoen Mayor-S. W. Robbens, re-electedd: Anderson was married
Wtaw retaa the well own these who will be in attendance will drifting from bad to wore, Job, when he was afflicted with us. Messrs. Robert McKinnon and Allen Mayor-S. Reynolds cted. derson was arrt
-1lg properties. ao those trees. T be well repaid for havinta made the .nin-we that they ought to I have always made it a rule to find owe l of Beulah, -sp entlerkJ. daysDean. bride's parent. Rev.
I re it freheW a party. It is fort to be present. The events of have help to overcome the pallaJ and the cause when the effect is visible. of last week with relatives here. Treasurer-R. F. Hughes. M. .E. church, official
gst up Sr pe l~ ely kin l. the past which have occurred in the ad which dailymake lifeabrden. I am positively satisfied now that the Mr. O. M. Merritt, of Muscogee, Councilmen-J. M. Blunt, T. B. Ar couple will stay in D
IS a r and "W'. I 0 s 4 eI towmn onlyea. d n why MrB afaileda. d Mr. Alfred Reynolds of Freeman- r" to bbiny. Hl N. Smith and hav stn
use .t.eU 1 Mm Je1i P -1 '. .e........ 1A ii* e exce *i be elected was there are not Vllle Ala., spent Tuesday with his
*&ee- ct mlplo tisem tyo the erul. t l be except Y enough Democrats in the United familyy.e Ala Tuesday with his harley Stokes will start for the ay turned home Tuesday
.....aih ill O-B, tea O. 0. tB to the rnle. _AO-- States to elect a resident. All true familr.. .. .. Monday in company with their fami* Mr. and Mrs. Fitz
Sst ha m I AB-Loomi an aDemocrats vote for the nominee of Mr. C. R Hgdon wen son, M er lies, for a week or more of huntins of our tourists, arrive
SPo ll owl the proa *h ih ha as boon and their party, and it is the same with Ma. of En.on, were among McKin- and fisbin day evening. Their
be t arranged: it d to Mrs. F. Republicans. Bi t we have the con- noville callers Tuesday. Perry alker, living near this place, in Mt. Pleasant, low
V" 7:30.. .riday Night. M .y % X. .9 WA" to "M W.P soLatio of knowing thatthe grand _M. ..JoC n ngham, Sr.., hfaguao ltre s e send thi
7.. Intr"-ducry *in*, E iie l. and to rW. P.olao f k ta ta e gr and sitd friends Saturday. fruit andmseer of b leon. wil Sprigs
h Boyd ofeaverFallsft, who may: old State of Florida is able nowt andher demi-Mathisof Atmore, Al&. weigh one and a hail pounds ach. L H Cawtfon ai
Satday Me g. "I was notableto domyownor always be able to elect her demo- was in town wednesday. Walter Cross of near Socomb Ala. are having a lane ma
---- 9:45. Devtlial Service. ewin tthetaletroable fromwhich I\c had thc nominleasure yesterday ofes. Mr. Beck, of Enon, called on local is visiting relatives in this place for of their lots from 12t
.n t. ... artic.e _- Dva s'l ... ow th=ed imetunble rozn wh I had the pleasure yesterday of frense.desa.u..i
Is the article Satmrd. ila. gly.- 10:.0. W t Is an Assoetloal I red. Lydia K. Pa kham's Ve- meeting the Confederate veterans of friends Wednesday.aught a few das. Mr. Carden is havi
lag the total vote of the ma t. Executive Doaa?-D.- i. Merritt. tableCompound helped ew e y Com= Cobb, in Milton There were Mrs.C.R. H. Lgdonand d n ter Aiss Minnie Carro el, of near Do 14x32, puto the rea
a e er elt t was tt 10:30. Bet Metho In Church Fl- and I am so wellthat I can do as big a about 30 present, and it was indeed Mrs. G. A. Lynch of Eon, visite d than, Ala., is visiting relatives here on 13th st
that "Zei ,yWdai e. 4 a iS ees.c.-.- W.. --1 lema. day's work as I ever did. I wish ery pleasant to meet so many of my old rMes r and O.Gr this week. Mrs. C. C. Banfll
the t L.TaThis -- AFTE NOON.. c wuld try it. comrades who once wore the gray- srsli. opr ad O. Gr..... Harvie Wlliams is building a nice Miss.. who has been il
sa "y. 1 11:.00. P. im FAC Oa R wCK W M The time was delightfully spentgin of Baldwin county, Ala., were among dwelling oa North Magi street, died last Wednesday
eCollet 9 "wh ad aw a:s. De M ee. t L] p staging Dixie which was done by the rint dv Ae Rnoosito J. W. Clark, Sr., has th material brought here to be
clear leaI' o Wer 8w. Mte. 2:1. I BarriarifI I~t.Way of CFurch For ry SLyia Milton choir, composed as follow:the Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reynolds mov- to add to his home on Frst avenue, side of her husband.
S* *. Developenent.--U. C. Viscent. ham's Vegetable nw m ad Mises Estelle Johnson, pianist* Mr. ed to Freemanville, Ala., Saturday. north of the railroad. of this place and the
C. B. Lewis and wfti of Ja n 2:4 Ma2:r of Dvelop'ment for from roots and herb, has been te Jowell Johnson, Mr. Wiley J.' wtl- ._ - Bessie Bofill, daugh
qM ne i, ts the eity atat Or Young ChrisWls--JOhb T. Diaomoid. standard remedy for female iliaL, lams Jr., Mr. Mack Maye, Miss Hu-m.- ceased, accompanied
th.t hr < e iter. Mr. Lewis is :15. The ati Relation of o andhas positively cured thousand-so phreys and Miss Vera Wyche. vocal- FARMDALE ll MUSCOGEE. and were et at the
re m WToul trine and Practe.-J. A. bbott women who have been troubled with Ists. r of friends ad sy
elb. 7 :30. Preaching. disl me ts, nelor veral of the old 'ets. gave short a .. __ The Misses Emma
e e i uqiay ...'i"L_. n_ .- li., talks, which were v-_ y much appre- .- -ell went to Penseo
The teeaera"e M P -:"p~ .-9:00. Devoi~l Serv ee. ico '~-broidtiu m -ir, cited I. I .AlleT, with his violin, s pecal ~o The s JreaL aSpe-a to The Joetal. stay a few days with
scolayes trday wes T daes t 11 9:15. DISIdulties of the MSunday periodic p-m, backae, bear- accompanied by Miss Avery Allen Farmdale, Nov. 9.-Messrs. Kirvin Muscee, Nov. 9.-We had a good The Methodist Epis
a ,, Whle te mml l *- w. Sechool7.oia Superit ent-.D.eggs. D. Begs. im-wnfeeling, fatu y, i S rendered Dixie in five different note and Enzor were pleasant callers here rain here one night last week. It the circle is being rep
grees at 6:4 iM. Last year a te :45. DIilties of th Teacher-- tionAea oraervouartratm. v A flat, B flat. C iat, and F. Af- recently. was badly needed and was a help to The Junior Christia
same dtie the a linm was 74 de C. TomllU.n. Why don't you try it ? ter the rendition of Dixie the second Ducks are getting numerous here the gardens of this season., cety of the Preabyter
s1a" 3 theg mimu 10:15. The. Sunday School the IMr.. Pinkha" n inites ek time by the choir, while the Confed- now. F. A. Schermer killed six Satur- Frank Steagall of near BeUla, a social Friday night
The averaw ias .for this ate n Child's sy-A. B. Carlton. woeO to write eir for advice, rate flag was waved over the heads day afternoon. spent Saturday and Sunday with his Mrs. M. M. Morrion
S71 egrees l ad the average a. 1:1 -the Home. She 11dedtusam of the musicians, all were invited to W. F. Woodford is having some sister, Mrs. Annie KittreIL being present
amu 11 degrees. 1 :16 .PS. health Ad I Ia. a fine lunch. Only a few more short painting done this week o his cot- Rev. Joyner, and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Bonham went
** AT f A OOPM N. years and the brave old men who tage and launch. Nellums were the guests of Mr. and Thursday to stay wit
L. Jereai, of Wavel a, Mi.a 2:00. Devotlonl Meeting. wore the gray will have passed away Mr. ULye and Mr. Baker have some Mrs J. M. White Sunday evening. Dr. Walden of Palm
was mms B te mpromintet 7V1tors to 2:15. How -Sould the Bible be but the cause for which they fought very fine orange trees that are loaded George Freeman spent Sunday at in Quincy last week at
t ity m Studied?-B. .. Rc. .. A I will never die .. Lo the ground with fruit this year. W. L. Nellam's. ing ofithe Presbytery.
S* 2:45. What s Our Relation to the I am appyv to say the health of Mr. Baker also has several banana Mrs. Lena Nellums spent SundaY Jacksonville for the
Arthl awte m Cater k. Prohibition MO .--et.-J. W. Sen- U this vicinity is excellent. trees bearing. evening the guest of Miss Claudia which meets this wee
er wergi ld a1 -e = ts-r Rso- terfitt. I IA U NA.L-L The farmers have about harvested The farmers will be busy here next White. preached at the Pres
- l s.t.- rdo ir F4111 1 e." 3:30. Mlse ous. --,w their crops. and all are looking for- week making their cane into syrup. Miss Vivian White had the mistor last Snday.
Wiss db.ging ,o stor eo. .on B 7:30. Preackim. ward to the properous time which, Mr. Mosier, of Cromanto-i, was here tune of stepping on a nail recently. Capt. and Mrs. Plo
Ui u by and by, will soon be here, regard- Monday. He bad business with JuA- and Is suering muc pain from the been visiting plaeu
S* mI. __Hy.. ..ghland ll sa at to e election of Mr. T -I twice of the Peace Milton. injury. orth, returue
Ps*tghets 4e ~ U. A .. Jhghland n*IT .i.IM i^^N-In
ne.,A s :o o Hm.e .11 I I- Panics are like many other strange Jerry Rames came to town this __
tt, Aa ve e -u. er'e cot '----f----,S bee: trave bldA .. H I iuTlthings; they come at Irregular iter morning from the prospecting camp, - .
Tirtyhr ,IueA. ants were S a wip a otu everbyt wn vals, and, afte -r running their course about eight miles above here, on hisPONCE
SS Scas w -r tS-d. F ln v d remed s, bth *i.* Mother of Rev. J. M.Dannel- wave of prosperity. namite. Thev have found two or more
3 ""ae ouhc.tbaterofDrinu ai's r, bgi-oar" I am teaching r small, but pleasant miles of iron ore and expect to find
*, a .botl Dr .i' s Ne Dicoery, ". 1.. oo and the fact that ,'I have an p _ospnate soon. Speci al t o JSm .. opld l t T
onS -before that was alf oe, the cough ly, FormIerly of This City, shoo, and the-fat h oq.r
As OM eIe0A drain on South Jet- all go.e. fter --- average of 90 Is the 'beautiful part. The election .pa.sed very quietly Milliga.
fersoe .str4 between Main ad was all gone. s thisfl winter the The urnal is a sine qua non. here. A few voters were challenged, was a prominent visitor in Miliga .propectors from ol
dar. w was bulk during th ad-* d c tied the a nnu -Passes Away. I. E. ALLEN and three or four were disqualified. this morning. here last week inter
mtalitratM m of Mayor Bls. t be b es cough. I am w e that Dr. This is what you might call a populist George W. Moore, Jr., made .a bu- zes.
torm p I Stree t SapritetdentKi.n.g New DIss... -- th" A t -.o precinct. Bryan got four votes, Taft iness trip to Milton yesterday. Mi Dora Wllks c
Burs. the ew erage sys all cough and remeds. Sold Prof. C. M. Dannelly, who arrived FREEPORT. |to and atson e g u in- nest former tsed tr hoo
Item ba lbeeInstall oJ uonde FREEPORT. teen ballots cast. One ballot was business in Mill bu no .o. last Frda and return
street this I has been render.ed undeu~1 u t ei rm ts. 5, nere Sunday morning from Green- thrown out. in Iron ( G.. passed tmu here on Friday agh
useless a will be alled 1.0. albottleree. ville on a visit to friends, mday here yestery morning en route D. Mc ald
* DANOLE afternoon for Camden. Ala., he hav- Freebort, Nov. 9.-A. Jernigan, for home after a pleasant visit to hs entertainment on
Marlah Willfa, eoloreg, was seat ing received a telegram a few hours mer manager of the furniture depart- FREEPORT. parents at Cobb. which was much enjc
p for sixty days yesterday by e C. K. of A. Hall. Thursday, Nov. 12. after his arrival in Pensacola an- ment of the J.j McCa. ill Co., has The election passed of qatt de
city recorder for cursing and using ob- Admission, 25c. Music byf Barrios' bouncing the death of his grand- accepted the position of manager of -_T --3__T here Tuoesday. ved ry l vote t Mr. and Mrs. Dunca
scene langpe. Orchestra. F. A. Boghch, Jr. and J. mother, Mrs. Dannelly. at Camden. ihe Hughes Mercantile Co. of Boni- .polled. le than fty per cent usical entertainment
* R .Stinson, managers. 10novlt 'Mrs. Dannelly was the mother of fay, and has gonethere to ssume his Speclal to Th. Journal, the qualified electors voting. here on Sunday night
Arthur WHlllla colored, was ar-_ Rev. J M. DanneHy, formerly pastor duties. Freeport. Nov. 9.-Freeport has Dr. and Mrs. William Edwadis tended by ore thai
rested Saturday for leaving his team NOt a 10c cigar for 5c, but ofr the Palafox Street Methodist church The Hallowe'en party given by the caurse to rcongratulatef Ce s over turned to ther aom e cere Moftwo Prof. L. L. McKinso
unfastened in the street. He was fn- of+ , 4 Kt- qr ,, 0o Pensacola, and her many friends public school last week in the new her recordd at the Gau .oast F..r. morning after an ab e ac o two springs, acted as orga
ed u 1 and cotn i the recorder's court a 5c Igar for k That's in this city will regret to learn of her school house was a decide success eld at DeFunlak last week. .J. J. M- weeks in and near Penhacola. caslon was one of p
yesterday, eorugh. The El- Proviso Ci- death. There was a good attendance and the Cabskiln Jr carroaed off fr ; rst pize for Fishinal and huutint coaswtu te tJe present
S for sCiar f proceeds were satisfactory. The arbest si l roadster to rig a.o first- principal amusement, as well a en John Braxtoo sa
W. H. Knowles returned yester ga O Sale at Iperial Cigar ChMy Expostant cuts to be appplied on the painting of th ri2e for bet .. .. Black ploment. around Mi. McDona hoe sout
day front New York, where he had Stores. .. building. beau, first prize for best matched most every day we see parties return* It is reported that
been on business for several days. Ernest Blose of Louisiana was a span of roadsters: and our postmaster, ing with squirrels and fish.. ... aid and family cont
CARRIE EVANS CAUGT. t A D. Stanley. first inrze on his trio Mr. H. J. Roberts and his bridg to Westville at an ear
Fred W. Abbott yesterday tendered Deputy Sherlff Qglesbv of Santa ..--ra. Wg of N elmro -M deail week. of Rnode Island reds. crew are here working on the bridge Rev. J. E. West h
*ls resignation to Sheriff Vanf Pelt Rosa county, arrived here yesterdaY fT ed through hee Thursday en route to- The turpentine still belonging to the across Yellow river, stock of goods in thi
as jailer at the county jail. He is sue- wit Carrie Evans. colored, who is i nn Miissippi ..Thurdaye MCaskill Co. located near Free- eo occupied by W. H.
needed by J. F. Walker, of this eity. wanted in this city on the charge of H II Election day passed off quietly nere port- o."tally destroyed by fire on ,-5 r Son.
S* embezzling a sewing machine. She 1 [|1 U I ||| I A light vott was polled and every- Frday, which- together wth the n-val MILLIGAN i Carpenters are add
Recorder Johnson suspended sea- gave bond for her appearance before /VlI III UI thing democratic as usual notwith- sres lost.. entailed a .0ss of about $1, to the M. church
.ence yesterday in the cases of George a committing magistrate. She was .. standing the efforts of the socialists 500. t will be rebuilt at once, we s ll-r bell which has nev
mnd Olitfford Paulks. who were sen- arrested at a turpentine camp the IT li to make inroad the ke i the democratic understand. Mr. Bush. The stiler, ----tmy. nnt plad. The a
enced to ten days in jail for fighting. P. & A. railroad. U was burned bu not seriously. w ecal t ESeasons mch to t he aer
II____ a U lull I I IIH *II- r T The saw mills are all running on Malligan. Nov. 9.-E. .. .om h
r --- -U -- U Ufull tiI-e, and indications are that left last night for Mobile, where e e t curc
--, U better times are at hand. goes on business. He will remain has just given an ord
I The fish chowder supper served at there several days. for use in the h-- urc]
.the residence of Mrs. R. E. L. MeCas- C. C. Hamilton left this morilog for o
^ "S^ Meeting of Owners is 0to Be l).l / IU l kill, for the benefit of the Presbyterian Florala, where he expects to perma- ca
^^^a > l SI C- *ir\church, was a decided success.. The gently reside. .. ..... VlIrTOR TO PE

of New Smyrna,
city last night.
at noon for New
ill spend several
le" now invites
deration of the
It has won its
ton Pot.

:atxrk bf thi
t as lam UK the
ri iang ofthe

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returned to her
arday morning.
1 days here the
Mrs. J. Walter
ion gang undes
J. Roberts, has
or several daye
le trestle ovr
Holts, Sundayed
ng friends and
has been work-
at Holts, spent
s family, return-


Nov. 9.-Jamme
I to Miss B1raail.
e home of the
Northcutt, of the
ing. The youn ,
ePuniak. 9
ir Rogers, wbo
a the north, rl.
gerald, the flrst
d here Wednes.
ummner home is
a, but they ale
er* in DeFuniak
ad Mr. Downed
de at the bace
h to 13th street.
ng an addition,
r of his cottage
1 of Gulfport,
I for some tima,
and Friday Waa
Interred by the
Mrs. D. Bonfll
Misses Ella and
ters of the de-
the remains,
lepot by a nunua
uad Mary Camps
la Thursday ta
copal church oi
a Endeavor So*
riaa church had
at the home o
a, about seventy
to Birmingham
h relatives.
mer college, was
attending a meets
* He is now tI
Florida synod,
lk. Dr. Walder
byterian chutrc
irnoy, who have
r interest Ip the


ter points were
riewlag our citt
lomed a success
at Deerland om
led to her home
gave a pleamau
Saturday night,
yed by all who
n WUlkt gave a
t at their home
t, which was at-
i forty persona.
n, of DePuniat
nist, and the oc-
leasure to all
moved into tie
h of towa.
Jno. L. McDoa*
empiate moving
rly date.
ias opened -up
e store recently
Kenaington ani
ing a bell towel
, for use of the
er been perma.
addition will adI
tce of the build*
of this place
ler for an orgasm
h and Suaday


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legally; but all interests with tthe Ju- -a | T
risdictlon of the federal government i -
.may expect a ri d o G..t oS n theY h o.
laws against ds -on VIesS t s 6 IW. -the A sate.
Mr. Taft to heft" that be was aia- P*, *

further excuse in te talse alarms otSedyl GUaat. Sapist Plan. It will be seen that the Breese carried .
Sn politics to repress Itlfea If Hon. C. .cMulles, aseatorlect set its contract to the letter. We
u: -f t.A....f ,m dition. are r.igh .Is the rrepobi arst is studying the are going to have to kick just a little,
insist, we should now _ave a business ence to oar own state. -He i tn twenty-five on testants ut tha ne ARGE STOCK
Si revival all over the country. nected with a bank himself, and is al- plied with the regulations and Ted S .
.. ... g a -e i utm n o e00"WMeteew ways in favor f pt what will ie in their measurements. These were sicky wagene rery Ug h-iw .ote. ex
SHon. Frank Adans, o long promi- most helpful to l people general. Mr. Hi, Mr. -A. W. McCullough anJ W JOHNSON & S
SIES nent In Florida politics, late president To take advta 1 the weak ad de- Jenkins Lowe. Mr. McOullough got
. nent in Florida poe tnels. late presidno pendernt ones iieot k edto ahis rom his acre 71 bushels ar one
Sof the state senate and at one time codeofta Christian Ad- pound of corn. However, we are sat-
:[INi O i. M nhAToI candidate for the United rates .sen- vocate. .. ed. The average crop of corn in
S. 1 ...0 9th... S *.** atee, rhas moved his rea eafrom Jas- No prmen h a Florida Is lessthan eightbushel per ***************
'....... M- W ..................... 10 per to Jackso.. .oillwieornd states through The Tampa Times. spes foto that he can rains as dmuch on one Y EO .l
S .. .. ...1 weMly *M r ye .W. the Metropolis of the latter city that bacco raising ina erth Florida as an acre of Walton county land as the y tany.
V SJie is out t politics. But will be stay experiment. Is It osslble the Times average farmer grows on ten. Nex P
Mga'g -." .,.e r WrtMrP SA a-igA n --a out-that's the question. is so Inorant or 1 it sour grapes. week .we hope to have from Mr. Hunt n my **
a>m msa. gg gga-gg -Gadsden county Sumatra tobacco is in a statement as to the methods of cut- ob r fai-
.__"___ h oherfuh da y cop toea 11a ofi demand I the northern imarkets. ture and ftertilization so that others TniAht moneas a refli
___________- "I have fought my corps to a frad bringing from two dollars to four dol- may profit by his experience. Next lng in noieless splashes o'er a
S- f I rep, aio General John B. Gordon f lars per pound After it is packed.- year we propose to .have another con beautvi l s renle.l t
Ships report of one of the tg battles in Havana News. test of the same character, provided Teolght h m mord s reya l siSag
Sla ds n and DeL au a I which he was engaged In Virginia dur- t w. II-Timed e can get others who ought to be a Recalln d the older tare.y wa a o
Sl b w much interested as we are in the dean
g the civil war, ad we all knew All that ed talk about Mays elopment of Walton county farming. Every ripple writes a pag. N
Sm 8 what e meant the rugged, and Kehoe two years from now should -DeFurlak Breeze. Eery ivr speaks rage A
Sf lia ]redn 3. e 1 ha f homely, graphic word, for it tad long not be countenanced. Mr. Keboe ap- e -- As I read the golden. yello w waters Arrive
pears to have taken his defeat grace- Chance for a Yung Lawyer. going by.
Sin comon use all ver the fully and his supporter should follow White Springs affords the finest Tonight, echoes are dyg- T
COA P RIDA, TU DAY MORNING, NOVEBR 10, 1908. South. But 8t's a new ome on them hi example.-Havaa News. cation In Florida fora t young lawyer Dying in memory's casket as tae
1MWACOLA, FQRWIDA. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1908. up North and when Teddy sprung It The county site is eighteen miles dis swiftly rolls;n
the other day in speaking of the re- The Sympathy all is. ethres. taut and there is not a lawyer in And happiness i. ng,-
ethus baled before the court of public sut of the election and aiovertheet to ear of the co- White Springs. The town contains a Flying e backward as history open
and. V y thlrecourt o buit of the election and an. over the ,,u Ma wt puIorhdote population of 2,500 and e coutr- .a.un
> opiaon and placed under an injurions wires, "We ave them beaten to a Punta Gorda Herald, and we know lsette aa Every brings a sigh fro te e
i Camp.atm it Is only fair that its side frazzle" they caught his general this regret is shared with us by ever tity o civil work from this immediate Every splash ocks a cry, ri her
Tie best wise a of all the people ot of the case shall be given equal pub- meaning but wondered just what a editor in Florida. He is not only a section is sent to lawyers in Jasper, As I read the golden, yellow waters the aeveres
S. o thr s states a Uvagthe neghli city. In its Issue of November 5th frazzle was. The Memphis Comaner- y n temasb no tLake City and Live Oak.-W e going by. to
SO o ti bear side of this to say on the subject: cial-Apeal pokes a little quiet un at s no more verstile or forceful writer prih Heald
im etn wll be with President T ractadear ers' Reaord a has for them about it in this fashion: in the state. Editor Jordn te brain Death of Veteran Florida Printer. Born .. l lppy mt ad o
Se.- --t- -. t. for Mtofor Ut*ern evIopent The New York orld.- Is exercised a a m t th ereimparte Mr. Charles H. Anderson, who was 'Twas nere I.ves worn- ship S
b m o etf which iets i New which as involved the annual expendi- because Theodore Roosvwelt said als. we do no in every instant ca to St. Lukie hosh l hin Jack- Worn by the battlecares of labor a hare yester
1 We1mesw to If m 2 0 ture o many thousands of dollars in Tuesday night, "We have the beaten torials.i we do ot in every Instane onvie ast week, died in life's rt. t pa
...... t a-u t- te. the ... ....t. ...een ryeaseu --ota frazzle." Theom World thinsarew ith. ...m.o ry asto dceaed wao Every current tirnsea pw, sadl twiste
t.oo de tdr.e t wotk owle." Roos nevelt oe t "s uI cover.ocala aStarl. an old-time printer. As to his family, Every sryvei. a brow, lra
S other prioated matter about the South. coddle." Roosevelt utter it tc. e was very reticent At one As I read the golde, yellow waters every evid
otheampi.m atter aboutor etn m thesodin.tntuIal Wok. t.mebe did some reportorial work on
Ste Tis which as bee the center takes on distinction because t aProf. Rol and Mr. Behard were this paper. He stated that n hion going by. e th
saayw to the podasmor..o pftsm activityfor nearly a quarterof around "delighted" and other words entertained at an Informal dinner at t e daysetason trm iofn- h pg --- b--g Aat
,,.Wr em-,il fer the conves- a cea tary. probably does nearly as dropped by Roosevelt. The word "frat the handsome residence of Dr. W. r. tomnge r d ays, he waes on terms of indth alta- s
S.o .3, veB- strg .- _mch o. this ae e as all the load.le' Is lass old as "mollycoddle", and Thomas across the lake last Thurs- melder nt orden heel New W T A COE -i
wi -" t-* 3 S the South ed. Many pam- "hmollycoddre"xubers almost as old as the day, together with some hwas hozen York. In a onhe rsaaw It Ther on te pondF THnd WI U TCK el i
NC F ap 5vamSetd in French andGerms and distribu- novelist. opP; Ermilae ves, Oaes It demonstration work wi this et hea come at er prte has a Jk ve me tn. l oSt
g o a a t to se ure ted all over Europe. in her "Hearts Courageous.tood Thex lans looking to te establ. ishment of blockade and atha many is n s
t Ai. ti 0 0 r. erret s$,s: In carryineae this w .ork t he verbal boqets o daly n receive workthem beforehs sthe f erst of J the secret service of the United Statei duan e ee:e r t eea j h
The segat essagn i *W ne sad secured the coeopar'atioa of ral. ~Is moit* classical than "whipped to a monstration work will be done on se- teavernm e at duri theawad tbetw There was at when the ducks
$airbr pt00sa 60 the 3004' eads, hankers and other Intereste4 in standstill.' It belongs to that period eral farms in this section during the ep rieal ousedofiav m
tIe t ofrtvery phase tf Southern upbuilding. of bolloquial expression making when next year. Among those who wil enarep at rWe ingtonusbeofrete coe o a an i w
T. I Me t alM s erIed This work is s5imolys a part of what the we got our colloquialisms from real likely take wholeup the work a r P. W. wr.H vr, tae lty vIoexu Trs hagty 'il e_ p si
towb6l0e501e amewwr Record has for so men rather than from the .gutter In- Smith, C. K. McQuarrie, W. H. Butler, stwaorieoever, true these various ithe ir fatis appeaed coash oped
b. y _" a a"- y years bee* entb ". m sotany thabitantsIn New York. "Frasyle" is P. H. Follows. the Laird s rm. Dr. ties Mayt be, there can be no sues.A f in o the fe is prigolWd Rs ep- .d., or -
g eR re WS4 .nm a has result s th dsltriutmCUTU n the Ithand cross-country riders san the Uto Storrs. More about this woa later. e t ot e t H school. Mr. Andersot iDc
I fa I 0a V k banH r e l w inw_ pedtr o int eaah, ....thisfheter ....... . .. bad some good traits about him. Whate Dock oino r e fa.
-. ~ satertof mazn mih ios of t a piecesB iee. st. a dt3" eels .o the peri D e i i ever be ited to do he did well. He along the coast sad by the lakes, an a
mew wo a mS SIn st eUstsrsau. buttso. n .. T ring, Just as "23" smells of the cellars
ath the sn lior thai work, and because of the lr ter of the Bowery. If Mr. Roosevelt In To Work Convicts. had, as an old man, his peculiarities, we are told that the "ducking stands" ship so eo
Sal~,test ra eauch a .~t ay .his hour of exuberance had said, "We An agent of aIs & Co. was here but -he did his duty as he saw It. The on the ponds and lke of Cape Cod

s ^teto the m o( naent ......oast all aeoy uggesd p" e r Uon to it that there in nowbuthu eea ade oe r Inmati i fate. The wtd pio n are It ao S mh

awe- of the c.o- lu.SS -t-r."t ,y h av in v asthe ,,aie o r hleout ad kes the ---* t-e_ an y.t. and .he fact he n m toe ade se le o- nt Pr .a. "e td O r 1t %
S- 1&. a W ,,-e th, ce ,wilmlbe rad ma nhera 0n vicuttural develop .editor would have t ood thatne .x.Walton L ,nd C. for. the our citizens, and amade-m any is no t w unmwix t h

A cg bc ts Uy the South. The. r y were the verbal bouquets offt ed aity in receive them before the firstof Janu- son ad been connected with the Citi- black The tt times er
Men m t have interfered eas t.o *bow heU country Is Lipton's and Andy Horn's. ary. We are dea4 against the whole en-porter here.Lake City Index. birad. The wild tl are

rsilifrr the coun oom._r.. ,MU*O cy o"^e L gbrdto resInndnt rly wys lte e-iy w It o totae matters. ,, ,- lease aybl .... ,,,,,us on an
bwdlao oSperatsU of the law Ot whi they were investing so manyvctlease ystem u n a Sck to Jacksonville in January. n s a e n wis ntthe
Soa"des ad to t cnhaveftroe. lises as hellmts We4ne ta men AGsRt U R o I Thate editor of thiorsked the an Governor 'Broward has spent several game fowl survive th be perl ttrely
-*SS a da going to aet e orali em We0i 0 1o 6 P ., ten times h its Unity and importance, ortunate fnoe the hepat few s day s th iweeeki In thaovl.e etropoHe awaits them all aWyig the shore a th tom
____ *Sock to m t ex~tInu bak a.e eulp-t se an wish int o theen s of tohome lprincipally to cast his vote for the ln of -y
Ta rt osaetl Wi the Jople interest edIn t ets cemca an soen. for t may e taken as a fact Br le here thd grow ar bceoO to .
00 "AAhelp 4 -No wortlea coo- wouldgo In n an acale commensurate Quincy Time. that-they aWill e*nn money regted.aif gentleman has -mingled moR freelute coetine we auot ace thiro
o ven To th. T Med wh the vst nh s of- its opprtuties- pro on Ian te need a ll less were the hartops than usual with the people, and talked o th what p on-e e
oat phUL the he lo~dfor Southern upbuilding Our Concordy, candy thpondent offers there would not be the same oppou. bnt soa me very v l Imato In pare the birds that emas n with 0us er
Ste th e co-ope ea s of bus- limitless In Its potentialities. That a timely suggestion ath Ie to coua- tion to t that there ismess onow, ame rom i gar- I. g some ver ao n all the year and hope that u n- r
Sheradventure ,s meats t h any way whatever involved ty agmncultural school, and urnte ges the fortunately they a. not, and the fact er doh Is vraprep nae andng sor pro a ntont Weaase ca obteat the d ut. ae he
a, ,ha atr t4 ,e o eEr *I nor rliUtso- tont when Mobtthe i people of this county to take the mwor at-nd that hey ae not is one of the ea- ernor Broward always cheerful ane n their knded. t omana the wM
o aR to r Re rd to favor any ter up with a view to getting such an* tures against it but not by any megas aninter stfiD .-onversatnaist ourn al were dven to e by te res n CA
I l o u ef m ee beare bo tuger or aW o "y else is absurd to respondent properly andencys, agriculture ow, we to hustle here cometrus touyn tora. tof the yer--sh pa eport thr .aaa a
.* of .tet...e amd Uen answer has every man who knows Its work. The is the greatest of all cati gsh Our A Lucky Florida Editor. He will movee back to Jacksonville that birds o n this t t e wh food we the
I t N ves to this conventionshall r the M d to asherts owvr- young men ought not only to be im- The editor of this paper has been January, as is term as governor will can be expected wif oae bye n m e
a. I toh o. I etr-asir-. icn tior h ad damres to express them. ued withts dignity and o no importance, fortunate indeedthe past few days then epire.-Jackso lle Metropoli nate. Why is were set possible that ga
ny meas t ot as meet Irl e t ry but they- earshould be taught something and turnip greens and pot liquor have w gvcross Whansects have worm wl this tbe w-
meam lsm lThat fact is section aWith 1 obe .iti.. J e Tare to speawn of Its chemical and sury Sien t toformed the staple diet at o ablether the birds growhve arce ? Vhy Se
the acive help ery i couse t th the winter that city and offers eavet them understand tat t is no less Saturday afternoon Mort Bunting gave TALKNG ABOUT FLORIDA. not every citithing w ae canseel o
a wa men a ot fn er. the se 0a pr t t l m s aarofession than the law, medicine, a big bunch of turnips with the tops do for our ow protect -we n -
con m pl, the lthen- c......'. at"in h" or W the ministry, and that t offers just on, on Monday Will Holt brought us a #t # n .out 4that srare r CEt s
r tstire section is asud bet w attl ofe tHouse.ed advertise as great higcope for the profitable em- e mess of the ame from his gar g democrat. poall the year d hope that their fte
peraventure. mt for the latter and we neither ob. ployment of skill and Inroselligence aty den and T day morning Porter orid s preparing for prohibit crash will oand t the desertion
How to atrol Wthe price of cotte m o t nsor criticize. but when Mobile In any other calling In the world. And Plant oPened his b and brought Pensaola ar their minded. Thousands of b s
finally, let us- s tenant them that I point to us a fine bforch of rutabagas. doubled in silte-Brunsw!ck Journal e driven to sea by the e CAR
Is one of the deepest economic es- he same says that er of nobility, ndepedence, cesmness o how we a ed t hustle here s a Citrus county in Florida of the year-ships report that lan-

a of the ine nd the answer has em at is bettr than tha o Florid a of living, purity of citizenship, general around and get a supply of corn mea but far be It from us to insinuatet they d were seen many Mles trom We take
thus far elded te other farmer. e -I adebted solely to her imagi- moral and physical healthfulness, hap and our lad cook the whole its residents are a lot of lemons.- ore and some ll on the decks .
it $ht New Orleas coinvetio a hatl ito f or the "ft" nd to her avar pines, g odliness and contentment i t lot and we have feasting.-ai- A le town Call, gasping as Irf su ted by the ske .
trlsh that answer it will of t ie for her onumea tal cheek In mak- o fohoiteeus ttrs.p Wrisyroderwh ot srtfarewor n t oo wee thse e ra.

ias well as the farmer. nd expert s aon the lev including to the larger tows and cities. We packing e e La eono rh cios Heald o l T suchds ani e them? Any bird is better than

Sof ath me. g 5Ioter E arpe. Mobue a no of development androess, prosperity a with t bendom mated congress, the march to av na Press. grain and fit uath s th air at I C

caleUasble good has resulted trom t ehrtd* b" to remain there during pines. And the very best way to do Emery. A. A. Mwelan and -Sebe Tur- tr5mul with their songs.-Brun-' U i lg 1
Its work. both in stlmulatwg So ther the water would be to camp in the this is to stimulate and encourage our nipseed, before DM can Wilks, notary -- j JournaL wih-lhe ir
nterpris d e lAtiln gtaMwd w e th-W at boyrsr t o stay on e th.e ar and re- ube, and the Breos took a great L- -- aiSS
tw Into SON a" elaim anu develop the wastplaces t del of pleasure In greeating the T
ital int@o Sonth lavestmentM, a a waiting to welcome our common contr. beek for the $2 to Mr. Hunt, ad TheJou delivered at
ft wers possible to ascerl uexct w- 6". as he says that the cheek was cashed yOar door, 10c a week. -
gait dObtlmi It would e dieselvere *"-****.******* --
that no single paubleati a to the ntirM Gesermer Gehrist wll have uaIte A CHANCE FOR
lee&tUy Wd bees a ihelpf6l to the InI *f ber ateses to give oet whee UNMARRIED WOMEN 0
dtrta uplift p o the SheBh as the he take ,rge at Tallahassee and it New Orle States.
tetures Ream s well easgh to remember what he New rea tes
?a Mr. Hearst's recent raid upon haimeceatysid on the subject:
Ite private orspemm t tb "Bag ~tat laeac"s that may Every woman who lives sahere
Stand 0 empiny be L Kbld f be brInghe to beer. I do not intend, in the United Sw.eo sd a, mhrre
a ? ~ fr trom Mr. Archbold of at h drg my te. a governor, to i t U ie S p-u a ony h s o
hich it tredhthtthe PotF I ,OMan to o rSe who is a graft- has only herself to blame. She has
m.y it.ade hat. s r. o..O I do Dot merely to goto Austral have r Ar to e een in our big how ooms. And there's a certain abot t var s
ft* eeUtbetsd P M %2"'dto a PPot a= unatisfactory choice of a quarter i mse6n bachelore.en sh mom-&sAn.xt
bego rss of th X" me d usene S Pa strongly to the loaaess who wish to alneh homake the home beauoIs, nbuy and tbmhfn d
k-softWima my edusuthe land of te bushmen in excess of .wdUUc,
devtad Sto he i r so ty S u know yourself to be a whit e women and thedemad for e eses style, .excliveess in conservative as well as exu w e -
we"a eildi. a" -- tod o N W f yo know yourself to be a wives is perennial. Indeed so insist- ---. .m k .. .. .-Wei
fte, 7u new. .......... e ..te. .... ..11 -kOr HMMOetent., save ent is the call for h elpnots that lead&
t-. The read th n.n. s gAustralins uNIg Sa to No better time tasp right now to buy pieces for the diuing roam and e dy for the -an our7Meat p onth*e en- ..tS o^ Diunner. A little money goes a long ways here. Use your purdlam whi psyiag for tiam>
es a v catd i ubsldised tad- Just after his etectko Mr. Taft said loads. The promoters of lthis wole-
urd Oil and ften- ot wOrty Of the 0 an addres6 to the business men of isimpctica fbrprise thexpa t Ago-
wide eoe000e It had ealo s ed as an ChmcUnati: tralla to leave their bustm km ____ T 9 i 1 .M -ln3 iA
aatramese4d ers of t 0mthula I- I"very b Iness maa who Is obey- esmugh to return to England do .

al eothera"erstrg th pse ws in witM the statutes may Mahomet, it bebeevesb her. y pubHlic .
dlqatser pedWshed th ArebM 1 i100out ftar of interference spirited A4"atrmlIIS, to go to the .- .
.Aftter, atd as the RecArd as, been the -dminlstratoan when acting m oonstot

S -e Ababt

Ory W OM. Wite

an Steae Thelma
* in Mobile After

Lil The JrMnal.
eov. 9.-Battered and torS
fects of a West Indian hbr-
master reporting oae at
t tests in his. career as a
md her crew agd V to
Iml through which they
the Norwegian ameship
tOe United iteON SUsaO
my eet, crept her dock
day from Colon, Panmag.
t of her riggig ter away
1. spars dama aed A4 the
rad away, tb Thma bere
me of the tempastoes x-
ough which she had pa
tie with wed an ware.
It was the voyage of
unpfjord as raster o the
served to mpress vividly
ind am experience whieh
L every ability be poe-
wavigator e4d theM eamaa-
I petty Oftmrs ad ww.
Lpjord told a No ew-
prlem"e with the kurri.
owning of October 1is the
med untl wtes -r St
L Aadrews lands It bad
Into a tfull dsied West
ropeal huriops As the
med th" w a0d weN
mmess Dr gbtfall it
a vel y t eat bow tho
mt the sight Wd til S-.
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SIl POsc2la, amen: wkhioh Saturday's %close together down each side of the
b" will be MostPltable. plied lines. The buttons were quite LM=
sA Iall and cloth-covered. The waist -
,w kO N. ON OP VIN Swas very much on the order of a Pensacola
PAZM BRAND A carUiag afair whichis to take
PALM B D piece this ftw will be the bay Be us
StllUUman In homer of the Misses Wil- MIkr of mghtk
RUIT. -,ard.- --"and Munierly. Mi ss Custmers Maon n 'h w
Highest grade you is for coughs and colds as Teleabene i
can buy- well as for consumption. Exect

chaK m Emulsion to cure a cold Better service her. than DI EC
APRIOTS or cough and it does it elsewhere; we keep those
S OPLUOMG. X better than anything elsu e station otat PRO
p and strengthens at the t h
same time.
Il Cahn& Don't wait until ou get miro.
1 Consuption or Bronchi. T. YATe
Ageta im"all's W- "- oGows CHIE tis. c-et.t o sof '
S, The sketch shows anpT j l p frock of W .mm crepe die 3 g..e 1 6 mi g i
f WatSOn P Cr & chine, trimmed witb uttoW f sto t&o match. Theo satin wis ams 0 -8 Pls Unea mis s ad8 w DssJ B.
C-dgly. ww a.^ used fa the form of-a small whipeh was es e teto & swm sr $am1 a Mi we as gumuT T
-d u ( design In tfreIat TThe sash- 4 lp01theen,4 sad knottdted at I p a w w m W a as J. .aE yTI
*e V TIHC 0 left side of the ftreant, and t was of tucked chifon. The Ibu "*s ~ s DENT'I
Phones 0 and 178 Iv wTola r and sleeve ruflies wWe0e s 8cr U Sse

ti -- were in red, white and blue. jumper, with the shoulders nplit at
S- aklagea very brilliant and striking e the front and back. piped with small
i --tm with the beautiful costumes rules of creameolored valenciennes. Irood
Stt a o the ladles who were present. The high coar was baded with a
A M li narrow strip of twn velvet The hat keep gg wealr
D. C. TO eT TODAY was made of brown satin and trimmed
-07 .* .. ...*The members of the U. D. C. will Zw't- brown places and band o gold Tk l h
. An mexta o unty t lI meet this afternoon at i t 'clock in braid finished with od Tasele The-e
S. ..r. o _. -. r - the Confederate bivouac. A full at- gloves matches the ef. it .is, keep
^..*L4*4-L91*1* *..**.*4*~.*** E D 1chcica in kAa Worted tendauce is desired, as matters of 1inm-
+' ^ 'v- I Tail-ored Suits, Eemt I fitted and fnish tA I portance will be under discus-ion. Some of the best shops re offering telm
". .. ... yf -- the pin-fet t a.
1 AAeSO I L.V $30.00 valus, rwy *Pedal .......... PERSONAL MENTION. able bat. -' nst it. And they wil
S- .. Lots E. Tompson left yester- It is worn for street, fr wi days and keep on bu
~... ~ " "I*' '" *I Kday for Gainesville, Ga., to enter his sad for all kilds of secastom wJiea a.
yum-am-r Zyr tV Wldaughter, Miss Genevieve, at Brenau large hat is neither fit sor amig. I I Soap i
S es 9 0 47i..n Ms. e-b. C. MAvery, .Gad den street, ClegeL It s built in an s ut
2 a-.RI -t:- n-m g-- -r I* 7 - N Mrs. D. J. Gittings, accompanied by 5j wlng. It has nO banigan and
]pi J. Mrbes, N a .,*. 11M her little daughter. Annie Ruth. has comes well down over the hair. It is FrOm the bD
T* ~ ~mCub: Meat,.., rs. Bes-le t. .g ..... w returned froo bae Antonio, Texas. in smoked gy, Irredescent blue a. the- idea has
2t# .+ imE m -- c .. H0"- o B i v. bro.. ..t'- ....... s where he has been the guest of her shaded peacock AU Irreent i a
S3" W a i Mrs. Howland. Stilnlman, who Is a capable antn lesi C Crmas Te me ers of 5ee brother, effects are good ha turba as on make it so
i FN un Ingi ysosg hostess. yas p la l Qte B. ofUIL ha.tave to acco Iargehat .
h: Mrs. J. M. Clutter, -. Cervantees attractive event in a manner worthy et pany their wives, an a joll time was h RH T rner ret sl. A fish-net veil Is always wrni with people who b
t, 3" .. ...herself, and the result will be a rare enjoyed I games ad various contetsh ts them It is folded around the neck eo.. w o b
isg Is- imem e to Miew- opportunity afforded the charming whl had been arranged. Refresh- thei w e erneds witTu t bo under tTe chin, securely pinned at OC WOld coh
wa.-"t. quarteatte in whose honor the affair meats were served during the course s any ren ls oft andmost back and then drawn up to top ofbooed
Is given. They will, a\ fact, be en- of the evetslAL "n of turban, where it is again fastened mad
SE AY fabled to view the nest body of water The event giroved so enjoyable that prominent cities. the ends securely tucked away.
Wo ... an.d Miss e.atrice Zu.#i n the south under tte most favorable a deetismoa Wea made to hold a sim- Dr. B. F. Chandler. Jno. and Geo. Bo The newest pa e ards are vege- IVOr S
M. i- .. 7:.. .* and happiest of c.rcumb-tandes ad ela meeting each month at the t ome gart, of Lyons. Indiana. have arrived tables andowes cpe rea
3_ SL-SS"n re 1 the event will prove on a of those of seoe member of the division. hecity d will sind the winter te n. pe Te ar wx 91 P
In M AL kvt.Ito 19 P. m. e en . o .- bine the city and will spend the winter exactness s Tne at o
Bu 5 fS ? satrog -ally "w.rth whiles" with which t-e are those who were pres-ehe.. e .pensive and can be made at 9o9e if
Su -. --: -- onu n s ne.o rg. Stron bevy of visitors are being A powered e t- at P iday's event: Mesdames
Z .invi a. go o arty Progrs cltuh 8 ,. this week by local society. Creda Suares, E. D. Strickland, Rufus Mr. 0. Humphreys is seriously ill one has an idea of coloring and is fa-
6M Mr- "Mr,.be or Belmont street P yeA Will Caro. Fred Bradley. Chas. at his -home on South Spring street. lar with the shapes. Sme
f. ,ta^ 5 S Club-,osteus Mrs. Cady on Belmont street PIPE ORGAN RECITAL Hilbu. Theo. Muller. Thos Butler. J. them are shaded others in solid col-
- w j AT CHRIST CHURCH. I. Hall, and Henry Kelley; als Mr. Mat. Gtrggeheim is recovering ors. but all are fresk and most appe- polished with red velv
STHUiRDAY, A most impressive affair took place Messrs. Crona Snaresz D. Strick- from his recent Illness. tizing looking. The miniature powers S also serves for
Sdding of Mr. Jas. Forbes oa Ms Dixie Bass, First Baptist. # at Christ church on last S aday night, land, Rufus Myers and Will Caro. Mrs. Fred W. Abbott is seriously foundationo cc board itho a s
U upa^-i,:so a.U cwhen at 8 o'clock. immediately after
SG k Club: s rs. C.. .at. he close of the e evening serve a PROGR V CLU TO ill at her home, to the regret of her plain white card left for the name I There is no end to t
Mw Cy tima Clb: m aee ,Mra lc. r. Bmcler, at a p. h te l ve of te- IVE G ERIES OF DANCES. many friends, of the guest to be written on. Among tons. All kinds of qua
EL* ppe--the garden contributions are beets ways are invented to
S Dana e In bonar of Misses CO~chmau and Munaerlyn at Osceola Interest to a large number of mem- The Progress Club will give the Mr. B R. Pitt returned from N- and asparagus, either n single stalks trim a gown with this
6 lb-Hlates, Mrs. R. F. Mitchell. bers and friends of the congregation. rst of a series of dances at the K vada, M., Saturday evening. He re or in small bundles tied with a bit of meat
F BrMlge party for Miss P ,kerson-Hostess, Mrs. G. A. Water- The event, which proved most ia- of C. Hall, the first to be on Thurs- turned to Pensacola on receipt of a straw or ibbon; radishes, baby heads
a. -- * teresting, was much enjoyed by all day night, the horse being from 8 un- telegrra announcing the death of his of lettuce tomato e and .ucu .bars. It is possible tbit th
S "who were fortunate in being present, tl 12. The Progress Club dances Ire .te,. hose funeral occurred Sunday h least common is
SPRsDAV. DIAMOND-WEBB WEDDING among the brilliant features of the afternoon. MEALS FOR A DAY. mnensa round button fro
la / elb:- WasA, Mis* TDis 1gnad 11 a. m IA. mOND-W. WEDDI winter society 'season In Pens cola, BRE AKFAST. inches in diameter mi
# A pretty wedding was solemnlaed and Thursday's event will usher in a Miss Fannie Strausman. of Nash- Grape Fruit. two or three double r
SATURDAY. & yesterday afternoon at the home of most delightful series of enjoyable ville, Tenn., is visiting Miss Helen Cracked Wheat. Cream, edge.
atM -e at-CMMryC r MtinrParkersoi-Hostess, Mrs. I. R Rev. E. E. Rice, on East Jackson sanctions. Liabtman, at her home on Guille- Brains and Eggs, Hotly. --
M.Kae. 8 a. m. U street, the contracting -ates bein g.ASY.. EUCHRE CLUB marde street. Wafes. Syrup. This button is made
S The p y s mntary te Miss Houseman Coachman. Miss A. Webb,oneof e TO MEET THIS WEEKAMONG TH LAT T Cafe au it. I of satin or liberty ve
SM a W a hate Mi J e wA accomplished young woMen. and Mr. The Pastime Euchre Club will meet The Journal. cheated material. At h
Albon C. Diamond. who is also popo- s cr ub wt A one-piece costume of cedar-brown lchEe the arul .in vatin
4lar Creamed Tripe. Baked Potaoes. are ade of*ribbon orr twiLh a large list of acquaintauces the home of M rs. Besse Rady on silk vole with a long trained skirt 1-e-N-. these-ruff-e t. a ibbon vr
in that town. West Belmont street on Wednesdayof joined to a short-waisted bodice by a ..l. .duen to
Although both are Pine Forest this week, at 8 p. m. The notice was deep girdle of brown chiffQn velvet. Cu Custard Waters.
THE ITUTH most pleasant which has taken place young people, they already posselS omitted from The Journal's soca. A surplice effect is given the waist "at Taere is no embroide
Tft glituek gw se that was y tn local circles for some time. Annia- a number of Pensacola friends, who calendar by-'double row of quilled brown silk DINNER ter a one sees on so
y U e. Vrsairm celebrations, in fact, are be- will be glad to learn that It Is their MRS. C. A. WATERMAN *on each crossing at waist liae. A fan- Vegetable Soap. new buttons. These a
Is batM W 5-si $th trt mnth the mode in Pensacola. and Intention to make their home in this TO ENTERTAIN. cy collar and stock a made from Veal Cutlets Breaded Rice. used on top coats, spe
A scattre. a I aow e the tt the aterettag atir of Sunday night city. Among the delightful affairs which cream lace and the g sleeves are Stuffed Vegetable Pears. Created fur. They are two aA
-J. Whtt 4W Wi e was most cleverly planned. LADIES' AUXILIARY TO will characterize the .present week as plaited from shoulder o hand, were Cabbage. better still, two at the
AUXILIARYeTOwill char teresthe esent week
W ibm is 11 110 TUS6DAY EUCHRE CLUB B. OF L. E. ENTERTA ee full ofinteresting events, Wil i be they laro e finished by a tfrill of lace Cut a dress shield
& card ,,tobiv a. ... ..aroundtheneck. Apple D Ha
no Te a TO 01OL- 0 RTIN&. IAst Friday night the Ladies' Auxil-of Mrs. G A. Waterman on thuredot Ceeuce bind the raw edges and
I he b t-Ihe attering teggue At 3:30 o'clock this afternoon, Mrs. iary to the Brotherhood of Locomeo afostermonoon ncomp nt tu rs Smart women are wearing good baby's fancy bib. It w
had a*e baed gise . W. J. Forbea will entertain the mem- tive Engineers held an informal re. Miss Parkerson, of New Orleans. Mrs. JALookin wait o white a colored TO MAKE OQ IC CREAM moisture an keep th
bers of the Tuesday Bridge club at ception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Waterman who has been a valued ipane. se crepe, whic h washes as well Depends more op good extrats than fro getting damp.
eaho e- e w i attractive ome on N. Spring ,, acquietton to the already charming tylin. en.t hThisa brite is much in any one thing. Use Blue Rbon if It is a good Idea to
WOW tome f It-41l i -stree. The Tuesday Euchre presents circle of yo ung Pqcola matr thatr osttrac Ive an ite ipleaa you want prae for your vanilla o als on w
gqlr e at i T aeg ldyplyessf this year, has the distihctlon of intro- relief from te usual lingerie fabric. lemon Ice eamt white one for the bra
--"---a- -----SOLa. nd-the o -- v ---lways of consi..era- '"ucing one of the most popular young S stockings. Whei
....e..noftsestock ings la s^ -- w ;.- e
ter I'w d wo tt h -i ladles of the season in Pensacola Although white waists with coat SOME .IMEL. .U,?. woaite stockings. Whc
"-T 22ro. was fair' -- MRS. 81 15 kROY ONE Whattm erles. Miss Parkerson, in fact, who suits are not Rte as fashionable asas s ut, o -e a re e ol-.-f to of the background is
&am amer th" Trahth is Come O TODAY'S OSTESSES. van1"001 0110 a Crescent City "belle. having taken colored ones, ey will still- be worn bass t ri a ee the holes more rea
on --i. BOMS 594 y il --te i i. the localsituation by storm. Thurs- in the morning In the house and for uy a mh w the holes more re
w.4o s her haio. ad wienerutai F1Lm -day-s event will et one of the p pretty shopping, and will look pretty,' b oo. ornlya eti
this afternoon -.athner home on Bel- Aloe..oneveants of the -seaso. and will rove l a
i --st aeet er s at known her home on Bel- htful opportoulty of meeting this The Japanese creek wai-ts are far They may not kow that It may be A I
E nt -a"very p M r. -ay Is wen kno.n g ch ,arming young lady. preferable to those bf muslin or lin- thoroughly refreshed by powdered .
--oSpul Tao n-g -, a d ery lru g a large cir- en --.? ^ -" ,ong They a new touchh to t-Te yablnng mxed with dry bread unc o; Tb. is. a .t. of
Slumab will SeNt Cle of loa fridiena, a number of MIo" CORA HUNT costume This should be sifted over tae braid quality of work a boom
3*. _' C. Awry whom w ill0 ber cosy home today. WILL ENTERTAIN. ___ and rubbed with fannel. After igt of time it wi we
S-.tM dM A- A -,uH Miss Cora Hunt will be another They are embroidered in Japanese brushing off the crumbs It shou be *-M r day hold ib
.-- r MARRIED .-LA ..UCHRE the week's hostesses, invitations designs of apple, chrysanthemum, wis- ________ -- ....
- sCLUB'S L g AR ET.I.N. "-I" ._ h having been issued 1bf Wedhesday taria and vines. d a ,bak.,so,,,
t Wh A card club which Agures sons picu- evenlig, when she will entertain at -- .g
U w n e Its members ousy In local eety events, the Mar-- cards in onr of the group of yo Some of them are trimmed with a powdrim w
i- w pW e *rore pnia red Ladies'- uchre club, will meet society girls who are making local tiny edge of cluny outlining half-inch n b m a m m i-t
t_- tvu4 t of It regular session this afternoon .at, ?UTB ciety life interesting this week. flat tucks. There is a boned stock to look l e i ane
X a. hostesA. S 3:30.. o'clock. The hostess of The oe-'0 0, L match and a plaited cravat in front of hb\a gpi dy. Ifaew
.... e. ... casdon will be Mr3. Herman Hlowland, MR. AND MRS. HACKgR the material edged with quarter-inca in hot befor it;
f Mt A R a AL. WHENRY POHLMAN whose home on West Government ENTERTAIN. ,c. luny lace. These are not lined. al- will be i med ad w
UNTNrTUING wWKNIk street will be thrown open to her 'e\ft Paymaster and Mrs. Hacker, of the though they are quite sheer. Itf a !- ..y. D1 e t the 1
Sr. a i s. Hety Po a guests of the tenoon. Dellous ary yard, entertained on last Satur- woman feels the cold in thin waist& erm T I rit i used,
thtbodt fS.1gr1 of the4r t rYd* M-i J M St n X- 4y ht in honor of the first anniver- during the autumn and winter she \ to a ad hang
Fi WAfet at Tir hp. a. W Mt 'RS. 'ri .CLU TO urshln ryof the date of their marriage. A should have elna silk 'slips made of u3 __ _
r y -su t t. rethe event having ENTi''RTAI N TOAY. ... hed.. IuIncle-bidalnsd large number of Pensacolians were white and pastel colors to wear un - _-
in bor o of tu 20th an- One of the pleasing eVents s che piesent,e dancing being the form ot der them. J_ _ _
msvw.0 6 their marriage. TIhe ev. uled to occur today In local circles Is 3Wd 6uuupkg0 lbe evening's amusements. ePrar i ha set it sa f a
g pent mset delightfully, an the meeting of the East Hill Euchre Paris has et its seal of approval
lt er having been one at c the m eet to occur at the aon new shade of green which is
The twares o s t ae event bome of one of ti e club's .nost popu- of Jo9 u r . lbped from the leaf of the linden C C
The worthy ost ad hostess were lar membe. Mrs. J. M. Clutter, of C OTheO F ai/V FOShiOn F atUr tree. It is transparent looking and Election B ts CtC
te redplats of a ereou kitdly re- E. Cervantes street. The hour will quite smoky. It is unusually becom- E l -
Membrances from those who were be the mane as, aal, 3:30 o'clock. -- ing. It is especially seen in the
lre st t i fir proving one eS the MEETING O THE NOMADS S new heavy serge, with it.i deep, coarse are being paid m dozens w
I1" YESTEIRDAY AlFTERNOON. rib. '1as makes up a str iking look- Of Way,. but tie most
The Nomads -et at th. home of ig street suit, trimmed with hlack 0 a but. t n*t
Catarrh C ts not Be Cured Mrs. Walker Anderson on LaRua st. satin and fastened with la ge, dull sl- pleased men m town are Our central sta
etL. the at t sn.. pstplrocal womatend nuee reit n. worn a black satin tailored blouse, those who won a suit or rates power
A S^ ~ ^ to a or consetteesonT afternoon was spent aost pleas- f1|with stock of material and a green overcoat of O^r tailor- four hours aa
ms'm1 a C-, u antly and probably by the ladies, velvet t-e i front I
takes bintly. sets im ly em the proving to he one of the most interest- The woolen dress of this season is every day n
twrS Hyyl'-n- In se."tions which his been held in built partial upou a lining-that is, And they'll be more. You may use it
.S Se A Mot bs reohhyae- club The sb t airtions of the waist include a lining. plea d when they minutes at a ti
in ISdSyiUt hr r* is a for the afternoom wu "Buried Cities," The surplice waist, styli. ii in every pdwhe they see
i t a t p- bet ts*s follows: tT'hei detail, is dependent upon a founda- how the garments wear and night t
perelsemtSpm" t Wretl The work ofthe Modern Ex- tion. The draped satin waist wou n eld around
te the two .i i wbat s Ancient Inmscriptions Deetphered: lining, These woolen fabrics are
u .S saia.H f Ai. Mis H ir A ne e i li\ ght IA weight nad many are eight in Fall suitS You have only
.s ..T o. Baadlng: Mrs. Warren Anderson. (\ \color. There are rich llght fawn
f 'r a--ais hr .l. DR. ANO MRlS 8 R.. M shades that are fashioned in one-piece a switch to s
KENNEDY TO ENTERTAIN. costumes and trimmed with satin idt T pull it out to st
-e gues t ofS Mr.and I uponBifon lining"s."one res'swa $20 TO $SO pull it out to St(
THMs G k Wr. 0 .tsta, on next aturd worthy of mention because of its clev-
---r M s Kennedy wi' elntertain at the light tan cloth trimmed with bands of bilty of suppl
1 Qcflon lb In honor of this popular peacock blue passementerie and pip- Ogg bility o fs p
| O Wat .U. os MnTfwOrleans society girl. Miss ed with blue a, n. Tehe slit seam of IT1iO *oW I
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$1175.00. 0
We are offering a very nice 5-room. one-story dwelling -on North Alca-
als street, with a lot fronting 45 by 126 feet. Og Hill car line.
Cau buy a one-story dwelling on Nor Reus strmek near Gadsden
Street, containing 5 rooms, with lot 0x125 feet. This-Is listed for only a
Sfew days at this price.
$210 0.00.
Will get a very nice home o DeV ier street, aewar Gregory street, of
*6-b1nuB with a lot 64x150 feet. Convenient to any car line.
Fre Insurance. City Maps.
Ageonte eat Bul-ftu.k

Ceadhitln at EWatate, Losa ani o assurance Aogets.
Weut B dig, "Headgetarwtrs for Retw Phone 64.

For Rent

'IN a month for 2-story,
m and hall house with
eriprovnments, on
3ay Shore, at White's Sta-
tion 'n Electric Car Line.

The Fisher Real Estate

NA nD-Koak .developing add ri1pt.
I Johnils Book Store. lOnovIm*
=R LJNT-Two large furnalshed rooms,
th and telephone, 202. Owr. Spring and
streets. References exchanged.
M9W. T7ovtw
* t -RNT-
A wmareuse with,'r ate sidetrack.
6 e t8 t 2 acht, st.,near Palafox.
41 to Us each.
.8. W. crnern Zaraossa. and D VIl-
r"% 4outh Palafox, upLa. pool
mt.a d Sth avenue, 10.
24-106 South Taragoma t ., $20OO..
IMt at 4 offese. 2nd foor, Palaftox t
e .wAe, 0.. .

a's Park. lare lot. tU100.
.Farl 56 th avenue, SOO.
I W. Intendencla. 88.00.
6 East Qarden St.
VOR RENT-Five-room cottage at 1010
S at Cervantes. Bath and gas. Rent
05.0 per month. including water. Apply
0L E.' Cervantes. Phone 549. 8hovlw*
AR RENT-New cottage, 5 rooms, hall
and bath. Call 1007 E. Strong. City
wfter and gxas. Phone 1158. nrov1wl
FOR RENT -4-room cottage, DeSoto
SBtreet, n-ar Palafox. bath. A
Water. J. .Emmet Wolfe, 918 N. PalOx.

- Dwellinge (North Hill.)-
* 3-story dwelling. North Hill, 10
Srooms ........ .................
2S2tory dwelling. North Guille-
amard. 12 rooms .....................
2-story dwelling. North Palafox,
20 rooms............................
DWOlMn (West *End.)
No. 3 North' Barcelona. S rooms
No. M508 W, v rdlen. 6 rooms ....
No. 31T7 North iIlur-elona. 8 rooms
No. 521 West Garden. 7 rooms ....
No. 402 We\st Intendencla. 7 rooms
No. 518 We st Ronmana, 5 rooms ..
No. 423 West Romana, 4 rooms...
Four-roon dwelling at Fisherville
Dwellings (East End.)
No. 1 Fast Romana. 10 rooms ..
No. 72. Noi th 8th Avenue, 5 rooms
No. 41T 7-Eat Gregory, 5 rooms ...
No. 23M ast Intendeneia, roomsI
No. 813 East LRuan. 5 rooms ....
No. 16 East Wright, 6 rooms ....
Stores. Offees and Halls into a
of the city.
Agents Ulowt t Building.
Ca&U sm kMUot Our Lits mPhen o

FOR ,RENT-Large brick warehouse on
Railroad street. Apply to Jas. MeHugh.
FOR RENT-Store building on S. W.
Corner Zarragessa and Bayton streets.
AIpply McMillan & McClure. 9 W. Inten-
deanca St. Phone 271. oct27tf
PeLuna Street ....................$ 25.00
309 E. Intendencia Street .........$ 6.00
104 8. Tarragona Street ..........$10.0e
120 8. Tar-gona Street ..........$12.06
13 W Romana Street ............ .3.$
T N. Palafox street ...............$40.90
Store near Palafox Street.
Rearding Housee-
National Hotel. 13 rooms ..........$0.00
Cor. 16th Avenue and 13th street.. $18.09
1401 N. 8th Avenue ............... $10.00
1I00 N. Palafox Street ............ $15.00
1107 East Cervantes ............. $15.00
94vk North Reus Street ............115.00
724 W. Zarragosa Street ......... 10.00
20 N. Reus street ................156.00
014 E. Strong Street .............515.00
1211 E. Cervantes Street ..........S12.50
lith Avenue and 13th Street .... il$.5o
Cor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street. .9C1.00
1309 E. Stroni Street ............. 12.50
313 E. Int-nl.-amia Street .........2.0.00
308K E. lutendencia Streeh .........320.00
$13 E. OGovernmrent Street ........315.00
1307 F. Strong St. ............... '12.30
1011 V:ast Strong Street ..........15.00
Cor. 8th tav-ivne and Jackson St...15.0*
r1. lt1% avenuee and 21st St. .... '15.09
IrKee lI-roomin house on bay shore
at Irheri'le. with electric lights. bath.
hot and cold water; can he rented fur-
d or unfurnished. 2 servant houses
Yard; 2 blocks from car line.
CarI. RIomana and Palafox Sts.. two a.-
Ves upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate
Ph4ne 87.
yea- ieeor found, or what you have
Wfor Se r want to buy or excbsBe; it
make am dUre aoce wheth-r you want to
emploeIAdne or want a job. The Jour-
Inal*' Wt Ads. affbrd te easiest. ek-
est tanteapest method.

BWI"T-FIES MADE. S1.50: 8 puffs, $1.00:
rats 25 and se. from your own romb-
t or human hair furnished. Laura
.'Waore. 6, 3 N. Davis.- corner LaRua.
hmae 1 bl 31octlm*

AT $1300. JNO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR-
FOR SALE OR LEASE--.60 aeres of land.
18 miles S.E. of Chipley. 6 miles S.W. of
Compass Lake. 4-horse farm 6pen, bal-
ance good round timber, only 3 miles
from new railroad. Will rent the farm
and sell or lease the timber land for tur-
pentine and raw mill purposes. Address
RIthard Bruner, Sexton. Florida. 10novlt*
power. Bran new tires. Apply 1P. 0.
Box 24. Century, Fla. 10novlw*
FOR SALE-Cheap for cas-h, full .blooded
Jersey heifer, very gentle, two years
old. will be fresh next mouth. 418 East
GQresry, street, City. Snovlw*
FOR BALE--Sawmilk, two ox teams,
wagons and carts. Address E. Walker.
Flomaton, AlaL --Al novlw
FINW paper shell pecans, 25c. 31lc and
35c per pound in lots at ten pounds or
more. L. C. isther. Milton. Fla. 7novlw*
FOR SALE-A bird dogrfor sale. Apply
1109 E. LaRua street. 4novlw*
p01% AdE OR RNNT-4y home fur-
nished or unfurnished. insistingg of
block S0,o New My Tract, Cor. 16th St.
,and 14th Ave. (No. 1400 Lakeview Ave.,i.
br w4l-_ "a -er the west half of the
bleoo. Terms y. Address J. C. Pebley.
215 Arxona S&., I Pase, Texas. nov7tf
OR BaB-41'75Z Brlnswick-Balke bill-
ird table, practically new, at a sacri-
fies. Apply Jno. E. Webb, Dollar Press-
4ig Club. 6novlw
FOR SALE-Liver and white pointer pup,
four months old. Full blood. Phone
165. 0 4novlw*
FOR ALTM-One state and county ped-
dler's license, cheap. Address P. 0.
Box 252. 5novlw
FOR SALE-Horse, buggy and light
-wagon. Wyandotte hens. household
goods. Van Winkle, E. Jackson St.. on
Bayqu Texar. Snovlw*
.FOR AiL-eera1 bead mules, all in
good condition. $65 and up.
Come early. if you want a bargain. Gar-
field loe estery. no6vtf
FOR .ALk-Thoroughly kiln-dried rough
and dre Im r. sash. doors and
blldaf t- tade paints, oils and build-
ers S- aunders Mill Co., 2-9 E.
Garddn street. novItf

OR a barrel of rosin c-hips.
or a k and good tire. Phone
3 C4. H. Covington. 20 E. Brainard St.

50-. FOR SALE-s ce fAmily horse and run-
about for sale cheap, at the Pensa(-ola
46.09 Livey Stables.. nov-if
36.00 FOR SALE--On account of leaving the
2500 city I will sell'my home with all fur-
25.00 nhinge, c eplete. E. Greenblatt. 13'. 1-:.
20.00 Intendenci. St. 31o-tlm
20.00 --
12.50 FOR SALE OR RENT-Seabreeze cottage
10 .5 on Santa Rosa sound. Good outbuild-
10.00 ings and about 19 atres land. extendlrng
from Pensacola bay to Santa Rosa Sound.
30.00 Harry W. Gibbs. 27 S. Palafox St.
20.00 aug.
18.0 350 MEN'S SUITS to go at $4.,0. values
13'0 from $10 to $20; 30 boys' $2 and $.'
12.50 *uts to go at $1.3. Must vacat. byI1
arts January 1st. E. Greenblatt, 139 E. In-
tea"eeia. St. sloctl m

FOR BALI--one Jesse French piano
food as new absolutely faultless, will
su cheap, call Is person or address Box
48. Sanaon, Ala. 28oct-2w*
vines, Peach Trees etc. Address Jas
Blomeley, F eV hllU Vineyard, Contonmv'nt,
Fla.. or a-My to Clyde Blomeley. Union
Trading Store, Soctim*
FOR SALE-Farm of 16o acres, 10 miles
from Penaa ola.' Price $1500. Address
F. H., P. 0. Box 782, Pensacola. Fla.
FOR BALE-One Fay-Shoales Typewriter,
practically new. Address Box A. A..
Pensacola, Fla. 10oct
FOR SALE-Blankets, comforts, bed-
spreads. rugs and lace curtains. Weekly
or monthly payments. Phone 971 and our
alesman will call. Solomon Furniture
Co.. W. Government St. loocttim
FOR SALE-Timbered lands In large or
small tracts. Southern Real Estate and
Investment Co.. Flomaton. Ala. ont3tf
l.AUNCH.22% feet long. 44-inch beam, 7
H. P. engine. Speed about 10 miits p-.r
hour. Apy- A. A. Wrighton, 6 \V Ro-
mana street. s.-pt30tf
OLD NEWSPAPERS tor save at this of-
fice at ve cents a bundle.



FULLER HOTEL. Apalachicola. Oldest
established hotel in city; fre- haths.
best service. Rates $1.50 and 82 04. Spec-
ial rates by week. S. Jenkins. Prop. 1:>j

nmal method. Theory. Harmony. Peda-
gcs. Students qualified for teaching.
Crticate awarded. Phone 97. Madame
i]isOe Hall. -. loctim
MISS BARNUM. ot Chicago. will receive
pup to voice culture and beginners
in p o study. 30 North Spring Street.
Phone 01. Snovim*
organist. and choirmaster of Christ
Church. teaches the Piano (Stuttgardt
system)., singing (open throat Italian
method ). organ and theory( including
orchestration.) P. 0. Address, Pensacola.
I Florida.. octlSIm*



Pay the rent to yourself, own your own

home, be independent

You can, with ease, own one of the new cottages with spacious grounds, that we

are erecting.

Prices, $900.00 and $1200.00, on terms of $10.00 and $15.00 per month.

Talk it over with your wife and come see us.

An inspection will convince you that the proposition is a bargain.

One 2-story-and-half house
No. 505 East Gadsden St.,
fairly close in.
New Cottage, No. 4 East
Jackson Street, all conven-
iences. large lot. Will sell on
easy terms.

For 20-acre farm with 5-
room house and good water,
35 minutes drive from court
house. IC,
Fine building lot, 70x132,
on East Cervantes street,
south front.

Gets 80 acres of good land
on hard road, about 12 miles
from city.

One-half block (10C
with 5-room house,
mill, fruit, all fenced.

I lots)


Agents Thiesen Build

WANTED-A small, reliable colored boy.
Imperial Cigar Store. Brent l.ullding
Lobby. l0novlt
WANTED--An experienced cook to live
..n pr(nises. Apply Southwest corner
Blount street and 12th avenue. oct21tf
1W'ANTEl%*-Railway mail clerks: customs
e-'iplovyes. clerks at Washing'cn. <',)m-
mni eciI.nt sa.iary 80".30. No ltiofEsl.
Many -aninations soon, Pr pinti->n
fr. \Vrite immediately. Franklin In-
stitute. 25. Rochester. N. Y. Snov-m*q
WANTED--Experienced girl. and one to
learn sewing in tailor shop. Apply 12
W,.st Romana St. xnov2t*
WANTED-A tirst-class bookkeeper. Ad-
dress P. 0. Box 177, Pensacola, Fla.
WANTED-St.nographers wanted: state
salary. Address Alfred Moog's mail or-
der department. Box 177. nov3tf
WANTEDI--very man. woman and child
in Pensacola to know about the.great
closing out sale w.- are having in cloth-
ing and general merchandise. E. Green-
hblatt. 139 E. Intendencia St. Itloc'tlm
WANTED-If ustlers. ladies or gentlemen.
to canvas for useful household articles.
Quick sellers. Good money. Apply 310
E. Government St. 46ct
WANTED--Everyone to know that 'the
easiest and cheapest way to get ex-
actly what you want at once Is to put
an ad. In The Journal's Want Column.
Everybody reads them and they bring
results every time.
R.PRESENTATIVFS' o soliit. exclut.
sively or side line. the Saloon. Drug
Dispensary and Wholesale Liquor tradit
for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran;-
teed undt'r thl" Pure Food Iaws and
adopted hy the U. S. Government forHo4-
pital purposes. An easy seller. Write
quick for prices, territory, etc. Box 294.
Covington. Kentucky. 25oct lni
WANTEI--An experienced solicitor tt
sell blankets, comforts. bedspreads
rugs. and lac' curtains, on weekly of
monthly installments. Solomon Furnituri
Co., W. Government St. loctim

all oc asions. Crysanthemums. Carna-
t irns and Roses. LDesigns a specialty.
Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. oct27tf
CUT FLOWERS-Orders taken for all oc-
casions. particularly for weddings and
funteals. Miss Leila C. Reese, 51- N.
Baylen. Phone 282. 22oct
IF YOU' WANTED a nice carriage and
match horses for a wedding or to go
calling, where would you go to get them?
To Pensacola Livery Stable, or ring
Phone 39. octlStf
A H. McLEOD & CO.. Salimakers-Can-
vass from 14-inch to 96-inch. at all
weights. La r supply of Awaing Geas,
Tents, Cots.. Pammer ao t_ awis In
stock. 702 South PaaeMIS. u19
Tborsen, PlO. sil an aS of
moving and hauling. F mue IF
for shipment. Furnture stored. Oce
phone 97S. DBot jbh 7.L

Real Estate, Loans ad Insurance Agents.

ling. !

WANTEID-Position as lineian for elec-
tri.- light orpi tvl,-phonee. Capable- of tak-
ing .-harg- of mall plant. No reasonable
off,.r refused. Address "K!e- trieian."
Car.e Journal. nuovl0lw*
WE WANT to tuake y our stencils and
keys. andl do any kind of electrical or
mechanical repairing. Harraca & Thomp-
son. to E. Garden St. Phone 619. 20sept
WANTED-Position as agent or collector
by experienced mart. References fur-
nished. Address (". W\. Jones, 409 E. Zar-
ragossa. or phone 837. 7novlw*
WANTED--Position as bookkeeper, by
graduate of Massey Business College.
Have haid some experience. Would not
expect full salary until ability is proven.
References furnished Address P. 0. Box
59ft, Pensacola, Fla. Snov2t
Al STENOGRAPHER desires position.
Legal experience. Address X. Y. Z..
Care Journal. Snovlw*
WANTED-A loan of $1000 for 2 years.
Iron-,-lad security. Write C. L., Care
Journal. 8novtw*
POSITION as stock clerk, shipping
-ehrrk. or salesman, in wholesale
grocery business or general nmerehan-
dise line. in or out of city. References
given. Address W, 1009 N. Davis, or
phone 363. 7novlw*
EASY SYSTEM of Shorthand learned in
short time. Expert stenographer desires
pupils for day or night lessons. Terms
reasonable. Address "R. L. H.." Care
Journal. 6nox %w
VWANTEI-P-'osition as shipping clerk or
assistant stock or grocer" clerk, or
saesmnan tCan accept at once. Adillrcd s
P. 0. Box -,46. 5nn POSITION as manager of naval stores
plant Twentv y ears exp''ri-mt e; best
of references. Address 1). B. Page. Flor-
ala. Ala. 5novIm*
bth avenue and Wright street. soli-its
your patronage. Children especially in-
vited. 5Good care taken. Chas. Licata.
proprietor. 5novlm
WANTED--Everybody to know that we
are running on full time and turning out
first-class material for building, promptly.
Your business solicited. Saunders Mill
Co.. 29 E. Garden St. novltf
WANTED-To give you a clanee at the
great bargain in clothing and general
merchandise now being given in our
closing out sale. E.F Greenblatt. 13 E.
Intendencta street. 31octlm
WANTED--Old hats to remodel and new
- ones to make to order. Dressmaking
and crochetted novelties. Mrs. Evelyn
Uchwartz. 815 East LoRua St. 30octIm*
WVANTED--You to know that the Solo-
mon Furniture Company sells blankets,
e4mforts. bedspreads, rugs. and lace cur-
s on weekly or monthly payments.
Ptone 971 and our salesman will call.
$oomon Furniture Co., W. Government
I lO"ctIm
W TED--All kinds of second-hand
4ack. Bring them to us; ship them to
uj.) Telephone us; write %o us- Cobrer
Pimea and Alcaais streets. Telephone
No. 334. F. S. Mellen & Co. sept
W-A buyer for 15 lots In -ne
blockL and house with 5 lots on East H.ll
J. N. Uldrewa. 7 .' Palatox St. 2*epttf

Office, Second Floor.

WANTED-Your orders for fresh meat
and vegetables. Delivered any part of
city. Busey's Meat Market, 1007 East
Strong. Phone 115S. lasept
WANTED-Your shoes to repair while
you wait. Half soled in 15 minutes.
Sam Charles, 511 South Palafox street.
Phones 514 and 1042. 31mr
WANTED-A.. R. Bingam wants yeur
moving and hauling. He guarantees all
breakage. Furniture packed for ship-
ment. Phone VIS.

nished for light housekeeping. 616 E.
Gadsden street. 10novlw*
TWO rooms completohv furnished fnr light
housekeepin, gas and phone. No. 301
West Chase St. 6nov
FOR RENT-Large furnished front room,
Kga and bath. 2 blocks from Palafox.
cheap rent. 216 W. Chase St. Snovlw*
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms for
rent. 17 North Palafox. 6novlw*
FURNISHED ROOMS near business sec-
tion. 116 W. Romana St. 4novlw*
ROOMS and board at 425 E. Zarragossa
street. 4novlw*
FOR RENT-Twro nicely furnished rooms
in nice family. close to business center.
Apply No. 204 West Romana street.
FOR RBENT-Furnlshed or unfurnished
front room. southern and eastern ex-
posure. phon-e and bath. to desirable
party. North HIl. Private family. Ad-
dress Box 574. 1Saug
FOR RENT-Comfortable furnished room
with gas and bath. one block from Pala-
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. I6Octlm*
TWO NEWLY furnished rooms, with
bath room attached. Apply 216 South
Alcanis street. l8octlm*
ROOMS FOR RENT-Cerntrally located.
Good neighborhood. 18 E. Garden St.
Also rooms for light housekeeping at
Fishervil!e on the beach. T'rms reason-
able. Mrs. C. J. Allen, Phone 1683.


FOUND-Pockethook on Palafox street.
Owner can se-,ire samn, by proving
property and paying for this ad. Dunean
Peet. at Sol. Cahn & Co.'s. 4aovlw
POUND-The right place to buy blankets.
comforts, bedspreads. rugs and lace cur-
tains on weekly or monthly payments.
Call phone 971 and our salesman wfll can.
SolomIn Furniture Co.. W. lntendencia St.
YOU ARE JUDGED by yer prtnting.
It ensts no mere to have the best Have
It donem at the Mayes Printing Co. 24 W.
. AubienTt-

* Subscribe for The Journal.


S224-226 Brent Building.

on loti we have for sale on
East Hill, and let you pay for
it like rent.
How about it, Mr. Rent

Leslie E. Brooks Co.


43 South Palafox Steet.

to lend on first-class security
on short or long time. Ad-
dress the Chaffin Bank, Mil-
ton ,Fla.

LOST-Four months old pointer., liver
and white, answering to name of Cleo.
Reward if returned to 1130 E. Cervantes
or phone 1192. 10novlw*
WATCH CHAIN with Masonic emblem.
$3.00 reward for return to P. F. Ehlers.
Bandmaster, Pensa( lOnovIw*
LOST-Overcoat. between my office and
Onulding on the Hard Road. Reward
for return to my office promptly. F. B.
Radcliffe. Snovlw*
LOAST-Pair eyeglasses with gold nose
spring and small gold chain attached
to black automatic eyeglass holder. Re-
ward for return to Mrs. C'. W. Hagerman,
('or. l'alafox and DeSoto Sts. Ithovlw
I.OST -Hetween S a. m. and 12. o'clo(-k,
noon. November 3rd. 190 $48-<0 in bills.
at lati< around .an<. Return t', C. P.
Mc.Millan. and receive liberal reward.
LOSIT-Monecv t'v not seeinlg Tile $aun-
dlers M111! onimpa"ny Iwfore purchasing
mat'-rial in In.- builders' supply line. 29
E. Garden St. novltf
niontrh-old while and liver pointer,
named Sa.ndrt. in with-lemon-ears setter named Sam. Lib-
eral reward for return to W. C. Barrl-
neau. R. F. D.. Cottage HilL FIa. 31octlm


EGGS are E IAX Conkey's Laying Tonic
EGGS are Eg>s) is effective.
F. S. MELLEN & CO.. Phone No. 334.
Black Minrca. Northups Strain, and
Barred Rocks. "The Ringlets." Bayview
Park Poultry Yard. 14 ad th avenue.
P. 0. Box 575. W. T. Tracy.; TnMr

NOTICE OF REMOVAL-1I have leased
the store, No. 101 Nerth Palafox St..
for 2 years. I sh it be glad to see all my
old friends and many new ones there.
Yours for business. J. N. Andrews.


On City Real Estate in

Amounts from $50 Up.

McMillan 6 McClure
Real Estate. Rents and Loans,
9 W. Intendencia St. Phiton 271.

WE have S100,0.-0l in gumntasd. hm
c:mss, per cent mort-ae o o cnity r
estate in any amount from $10&0. ,%
You have worked for your moaey. mw IaN
it work for you. The Fisher Real ,*a*
Ageacy. 0 So. Palafox Street. 1
Are you getting 3 per cent. nt SWg
your money? If not. you don't St an
that Is "coming to you." We ean ple* I
on first mortgages on I foeltd ijm.
erty. How much does if aay yei I
dteneothlag? Leslis N. 1osIo l5 C

MONEY LOANEb on aS Itdsau o-f
moal property on sort_ mo icI.
term. uburbian lets *mo_ o m
Mata. J. L Or.ay a.. 3 W. IIa. .
p....pal prety ta ab y

Wheme 146.

Dr. Jno. B. Tiller
Mae reevered and wi* resume pr'o
dring re glar olGo hawM M a Nt 8

A lot of old neIpaper
tied up in neat bundles fo
sale, 5c a bundle, atTheJoar.
nal offer. *

s--A. ,,

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For 2 Houses on Southwest Corner of 8th Ave-
nue and Strong St., renting for $13 per month.

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

206 S. Palafox St. Phone 87. Pensieola, Floride

NOT SO MANY YEARS AGO, mud was ankle deep at times on Deg-
phine street. horses. cows, and goats, roamed the streets and ate out of
trash barrels placed along the sidewalks, cars were drawn by midolei, ma it
a first-class hotel in the city. The city limits wefe about two MIlds fem
the courthouse, and boys hunted birds from two and one-half to three miles
out. It went so low at one time as to less its charter and became a port.
The population was then about 30.000. The traveling men loeeoked upon it
as a dead town. Lots in the suburbs were sellIng` from 10 to 00 O
each, but the home people were loyal and had faith in their city.
HOW IS IT TO-DAY, with its miloof paved streets and sidewalks, Its
magnificent hotels, Its splendid electric -car system, its .beausj poai-map
sections three to five mile s from the coad honeao, ws h'k.. lbe-n .W
00.00 to $800.00 each, and a populatio nearimg 7, the- p-eoopele
boost, the traveling men say Mobile Is an up-to-date po.roeogele ton.
The Cawthon Hotel and the New Battia House, under the Hervey man-
agement is practically perfect, the city's growth wonderful.
WHAT DID IT? Waterworks, sewerage, street pa g fr-cas hotel
accommodations and push, more than anything elote. I ls going to do the
same thing for Pena eola. Watch It. MoMlie people know It and have ia-
vested $10A90.00 as far in KupfrlaS* Park lots.
We have an organization for the handling of real estate of all desrip-
tions that l hard to best.. We maintain a large force of expert traveling.
salesmen who cover practically all parts of the south, and have good dlento
North, East and Wet of the Ohio river. We want to get In touch wIth
owners of real estate. We can lend your money at g per cent on good ral
estate first mortgages. Same to be recommended by one or more of our
local banks.
Our specialty l city and suburban property, farm, timber, and turpen-
tine lands.
Let us handle your property. "We get results."



Phone 979.

Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Reidence Section
of East H0I, block from
car line;.- rooms, new,
bath, hot andr cd water,
|#fty connection, 9-
Sfront and sie gl-
lery.. South front. Large
lot. The balance ike
rent. Don't slave for
your landlord.

5 lots on 10th ave-
nue car line, the
cheapest property
in this section $1100

Jn0. W .Jllck, Jr,
Rooms 304-306 Thiseen Building



W" kI k -

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Winter Evening

L Profitable



Damon Lodge No. 13 Will BMerd of HIio Taken I ii p
Observe 21st Birthday Up w Water at *

arannadti To-Night With the Pubficlhools.

Damon Lodge No. 13, K. of P., will qrested by thne oatrd of ithk
The Bay FrO celebrate Its 21st anniverrary this to avestigate the gm of supplying
evening at 7:30 o'clock. when t d rtnaklng water to pupils of th e
Oblr *members of the organization wl4 ee different pubHelic *wI of the city, in- S
Twelve barrels of oysters were pemorate the interesting event with formed the board aata meetlLg held
br v from Arr l of o ys n wer a program and general entertalament last night that. B complied with
Son a schooner and rt Refreshnests will be served, .ad a ts request an de eften of
est edar tree di A good time nearly enjoyed by those supplying ig e p i-t*tt water to be
11b -wa eter slhooner brought forfig.l A who will be fortunate in being pres iayinSome IWINC
finifour brrelsb ent. One of the feature. of there A- The mayor rfrt = that In some I^,
ening will be the presentation of of the schofis the japils are furnish- l WAiouS
One umdwred and six barrel f dyave been identified with the localth drakfrom 1adigper san other CO TO
at ersa from the order for the pat twenty-one -years tensils. ed for dnkig purposes.
s oer Vi d 358 b arrels ro nal circles. Messrs. Abe Daa l wed to pour thewdat rema ing i
0* **Dave Kugleman, C. B. Parkhill, A. these utenois back tti toCe bucket
The steamship Manteo arrived from C. Blount, Jr., W. B. Wright H. H. from which'they hV dipped the wa-
o87 *W- e merday vorneing fdle t Reed will be those upon whom this Another nasaaitary method allowed
---,.., ,,.--- ... evening for -t. particular honor is conferred. u under the system Is that the dipper
lW' ni s @ 4 1 They will each receive attractive is passed from oae-:.upil to another
Afa ....Pb. T: -Tp. .sailed, Sunday night b rea Interesting U e aod to e*,-te, bucket from
l8 te tMb PPrepare Interesting Ui wcmh. water in r ed.This Is MIT N.9
S* The following program, which is to cared by the ea of health to ..
Sixteen thsand pounds of red prove of exceptioai interestw has bee avery uasaialtaT m ethod, of sup-
siappers were brought to E. E. Sadn- planned for this evening: plying water to Vie-pupils a"d the + * **
ClaraM. ttleeld. Beach fisher- Introduction of Hon. A. C. Blount, school authorities. '4;
C, -- Ne es Cc c C ofchief sanitary r ieor cn, and he re- F
Z .cker to Same house Quartette-Selected, Miss .BIt e after al sasita spt ers will W. A. lDAT-MKZi**CKrkk
The smack Ruth A. Welles has Wentworth. Mrs. F. E. Brawner, Rev. port to and reeetveltheir orders froe a u A memy.
taken on supplies and will leave for T. M. Calloway, E. S. CraTens. Dr. Brce, the ct Mthk officer. At we en.P.te x asi t, Pemeoa. Fla
the snapper'ankstoday.History of Damon Lodge No. 13- a recent meeting oR the board Milk .
S e Address by J. Emmet Wolfe, G. C. Inspector Bonlty was named as
........... .......The Itaian steaimhip Francesca violin and Cornet Doet, Selected- chief sanitary Inspector, from whom SECRET SOX;JlWiri;S.
MslsCiamp:iv efomCas rdiffSunday.-goen.VOLN EEVE R NFRME
A e .." . T Welles, dtai!yGordrs. Tbeactionof the VOLUNTEER VETERAN FiREMEN
Sa Address-Hon. T. E. l ,. board last night places m i his Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Assoca-
I Theabaeko rHiawat amhaws solo,tSelected-MtsseEllie Went- oldposition. tions meets at Knights of Columbus
S stream yesterday The meter of parties dumping
. __ 0 ____ ___- Presentation of Certificates to Char- heads and other decayed matter in at 7:30 p. -m.
SThe Russian ark cean was moved ter Membrs, by on. R. Pope Reese the by within close proximity tothe ABE DAIES J N. ANDREWS,
PWNCOLA CTTON MARK yesterday from. Palafox street whar Mrs. J. M. Finn, pianist. sore was dhisbsse and referred to ABE DANELS, President.
1i0" eate 4FSy to Maescoee wharfr wharf Refreshments. the proper committee. The complaint Secretary.
SMe ** r Toast to Damon Lodge. In this instance is that the matter DAUGHTERS OP REBEKAH.
SThe rench steamshi Charles Le Response by Scott M. Lotn. dumped overboard floats in the bay Neaeo Ld* No. 10, Daughters of
:::.::::......: 1-1 Co has finished taki bunker coa; until It reaches the beach'. .onhdal .ihtin
................10-14 at M ee wharf and was moved Those present at the meeting were sl oers cordialy Invited to be present.
edttow .I ..............3 11-16 sona o Commandancia street Mayor Goodman, Messrs. Moyer, In- REBECCA JOHNSON, N. G.
rvAL mas wharf .. Iegraham. Rocbeblave. Oliver, Dunham POLLY DARLINGTON,
S4 .MT. -Me w* ** and City ealta Officer Bruce. retry.
WM t pow stem quetatim.: o l Anived. isatt
...?a .ttk....."- t.6 s Francesco CamPll. Ital as, Maresco
29 .2 Cardff to Gulf Transit Co.
................................ aart to0nso CoWL. ,L |Eg _|hr | |e Oad b-.. LRUT
*.... .................2. to 5. LIST OP VmeSE.L IN PORT. IHL6 5nd Ig Ir.,emlM *--a o PHOTOGRAPHS
P.HO..................... : TOGRAPHS. l
...: ..............::::::..;. ... .a 4 Chas e our, tn 4Letestu Not a lOc cigar for 5c, but P-nsacoln, Fla.
,.......................28 o: 39 14.G Cardiff to Gulf Transit Co.Na,
S ::....... ........:::::::::::::::: s .2 Br- Barkso, Rio Janlero to Interesting Services Took a 5c cigar for 5c. That's
,24 COTHS...,,............... .IT CH.ELL o t d ... ,- enough. Th. Proviso Ci- s .
M. .b1ar. Brss.. Torkelson, 1919, Place Sunday Night At enouh. h Proviso Ci- resume practice the city. Can
ll k ..... t. o a to t m ysr-Mud on Co. gar forsaley at Inerial Citgar be fosat White'P Parmacy in the day
,Cimbra, wawq.. .e o. 1855. Tam- Sandlatvatin ,at n
le. to ou f sit O.a Salvation Army Stores. oM phne.No. 130. Rs ence phone.t
Holinaglide, Br es. Williams, 1713. H u r
.-4, M. iD..r to South Atlantle Steamship Hall. t
Venlas, r ss, Goo dwin 2259, Belize
Sto Glf Transit Co. Capt. McAffee conducted his fare- LAND COMPANY
SVivina, Spas ss, Arroteugul, 1983 well meeting at the Salvation Army
Liverpool, to Gulf Transit Co. hall on Sunday night, a large attend- Manuraetrers of
S hips. k dance resulting from the general in- 1 Deshrs to
Niobe, Ital ship, Bozzo, 1482, Monte vitation whicTh had been extended the LUMBER. SAWKE CYPRESS SHIN-
ido to Rosaco Bros. public to be present. Rev. Weeks, of r lln s L AND KIN-DRIED SAP.
aorca, Nor ship, Arnesen, 990. this city. who is a retired minister, W M L N
S Buenos Ayres to A. Zelius. was present, an-1 spoke entertaining-
S- ^Mabella, Nor ship, Backer, 1632, ly upon tle subject of the Salvation
Aberdieemn to order. Army, and its early struggles witi Swamp Lands, Enriched For Contractor
Barksa. public lertimnent. *
Ocean, Rua bk, Briksen, 1239, Rio He cited the case of John Wealey Ag Will Grow All Eleetrial atures, desk lights,
Janeiro to A. Zellus. and his varied persecution at thCS, l OlWp All lhone brackets, etc.
V0 an yRemonstrant, Nor bk. Rostrup, 1509, outset of his career, and drew condl'i- NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE.
M AN otens w -- 1V t 101 Puerto Cablo to A. Zellus. sons which were striking Indeed. Cap- Kinds of Nrops. NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL.
_ __ ~Nordlyset. Nor bk, Christensen, tain McAffee spoke on the "Traltor. _____ _
144. Baeevs Ayres to master, and succeeded in Interesting hI&aud--
NSM.A E E TRB anC S A AnAt-e Span. b ak, Rnura, 1242, aence to a marked extent. d11voy Coliter'i Weekly says: When the *E. W PEA E,
Havana t master. Delbert also spoke, his address be- Phoom 345 and 95L
*m.. Hiawatha, Nor bk, Johnson, 1406, ing in the nature of a farewell. Three pioners of America swept across the __a_
;la U Liverpool to master. recruits were sworn in during the continent in taeir first wave of settle-
Swi3 ESWjBE'U Gavarone PrateUl, Ital bk, Rittore, meeting s nent, they devoted their attention a- U. S. M ail Launch

883 5...::1ss. Bells. to Uaste. when Captain and Mrs. McAgee, a. They cultivated the best lands by the SCM OULE.
.. a P. J. fl t 5__S companies by Knvoy Delbert, will simplest and most wasteful methods. Pensacea, Maly ethe and oggy Mall

S1 .B.........................:: ::: m. .;.2l 1. osf..*:" M ICgresS fe olmbus Ga w the surface beds of et -a!s. Now : m- e Le
I3 m. ................... p:;. m. Is old end was very feeble, is deriv -* I they are going over aa'4 D.tga in. li
: -. ............... A: p. taf Duch benett fro electric Bit- and finding hither:. sources ng iave u T^ueuday
2 m. :............:.: .. tes. that I fee it's my duty to tell o fr I thatwealt.h andM Satrdy a t 5:00 a. m., ar-
so. ..................... 4:15 p. M. Sthwe who need a tonic and e The west learned 3 that wiing ers aco :20t ervice.
p.. Stt. .. ly.....*6 eOp. : p. m.eaa medsefae abo it In my land apparently wo could be For rates aSif to D. M. Witherill,
u9. m. 11 mly. *: p. a tee p. m. mte's o jsa rd giIn fles mBade richly productive by i.rigation. Centrac atr taser Landton 71
as. 6:Mp.m. T:I5p.m. &: p. mn. has resulted, lasemala haa been over- "' The government was indaceto take SothP~3afox. Phone 63.
p. 1:a in. 3:45p m. S ". -*. ,,* e Bitters quickly) *R converting millions of acres of des- CREW NOTICE.

p. A ^^^^S^ ^ wfL 1 W --ke all -***A ll^BR^ ^ W^S~l ten to lands that have -not eough. KETSER-MtULDOI!1 Cai.


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l el tigt v Pesacola at the latter question. J. 0. Wrigeit. wbh A. AGVk tlpctenCt5.
18 :LO s ,nN conducted an investigation for'the
AS: a. m. department, reports that in the states NOTICE
r M t paav n. ola at east of the Mississippi there are 77,- On and after this date. I hereby an-
O a 7 n nc.... e that I will not be responsible for
BV W M 000,000e acre of swamp land that en dbt contracted by my wife. Mrs.
could be reclaimed and made fit for Thomas Larsen. Signed, Thomas Lar-
-MtNDAY SCHOUL-L cultivation. That is equal to the en- sen. nov3oaw4w*
Sear a Paela at :9 a. t.; r a tire area of the British islands, good Notice Is hereby given to creditors, leg-
from tha' t Mrs. Mary Headstrong PaSS- ad bad land together. If it were all teJ. distributees. n all persons hay-
Y si car wilt leave in forty-acre farms it would support ing claims or demands against the estate
g Sm. Instead o 5:1 p. d Away Sunday-Fu- -1,92,000 families. or nearly ten m- o N. GI. deieasl, into present the same
lions of people. If it were settled as the frst publication of tM.s notle,..
l t mak, bt o tneral Occurred Yes- densely as Holland, two-fifthi; of ELLEN GIRL
ar ,9: Ia. o. woneral Occurred Yes- e area is below the sea level an J Administratrix cum testamento, annexo.
WrTr ILLa *CHMULL terday At 5eBlsah has been reclaimed at enormous ex- Setember 2, 1908. sept2oawSw*
wT to a o e ot He terday t eV pense, it would have a population of Notiee is hereby given to creditors, leg-
...mtrane to fty-four millions. ateeS. distributes. and all persons hav-
LaAMs and D alli Swamp lands in themselves ini dislms @or demands against the estate
U 4 w ae lndIimet a young wife and --.e a" of M" A-. Rhodes. deceased, to present
Death claimed a young wife and among the be.t in the country. They the same to the undersigned within two
e E mother late Sunday aght, when at have been enriched-for ages by de- (2) ypers from the first publication of this
Sher home at the oe White place. posits of vegetable mold. and when nottie. JOEPH F. RHODE S.
goon her home at the JoeVhie ple-.'OnCashale la the a k" coExecutor.
.... 2 g. miles north of the city, Mrs. Mary raned will grow all kinds of crops September 22, 190 sept22oawSw
-____- ____ Headstrong passed away. after a lin- gnt and geseso vi i Ion years without -fertilizer. They
gering illness. The deceased, who of ssalight-foft h the ar e ualially near good markets, and if Department of the Interior ITS. Land
. rl%1f ia.,M. di 'was but 27 years of age at the time 194. "N tiro,- t et t, oul r-i-s n etbl for t -he g-- erb- given that George
M ml a deie. had been a woman of -- tytrade. would often bring In-Prof- w. Soule. of Camp WltonFlorida. who.
M. $Ieterde mise. baed been a woma. Of charactermell a Cnmal M "its of $100 an acre or nore. More- on November &. s12.. made Homestead
Sem iestla wt els e Atl an stre, principle and upright character- nd untimy ade ectsr thseeai over their reclamation would help to Entry, No. 318M. ( erial Number 2r 9) for
A sO S lir s nsx Martia Isatics. and her saddea and untimely --- ,s and ofB SE% 8 ,B% of SW Section
.-i--s- a Imi s e es Ibw taking away will be a source of re- wo natmoebecaemkitsa_ ogtereiate moequitoe. and malarlal 14 I-i&hetan S ouh. hoticof
1101 1 m.1116an" 6 em C ty, A^. 1 great among those who had known her aw Ir cre seetaxatale values and givel hoesan- t to makeridan hv i-ed nor to
lMan"" saila nPonas 8L A -Iited Stes e arshal Wfiam Ray, GEO. A. DICKEL M 4 to youmg farmers who now emigra est hclai to the land above de-
LU A~ist d s tie by ate arsal, besides iam her 4y,. D- r e th Clerk other arcut
a ^l, a re. sal ses ones i A Mr. Wright appeals for such dayof WWi 19nClmamnat mes
a efs husb and, montheher, several sisters, one aid t the government in the work 'eth Atwe. o
pJ r ns N.1 1 e i The fueral bourred from the faen- oiin T age as haA already been ea m*r Wt orida; Toma
Will --- Telkfueralborn lfromtheaDi~stribtor.--III-............C. 6t clmpo aton. Flortin; ,Forid
Ily home yesterday afternoon at 1 Pensaca.s to the work of irrigation. C Ca.WaltonFlo
SIDNEY AHN. .'cl. ock, interment occurring n the Subcribe for The Journal. y cuten.
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James Young in Brown of Harvard,
Appearing Here Saturday Night,

excitement over a conflict off stage
had more effect on an audience than
if the struggle itself were actually in
view. His ,(cneme in the scene de-
picting the murder of Agamemon
has been used b.1. Shakespeare in Mac-
beth, by Ibsen in the Vikiu'lg, by Sar-
dou in La Tosca and there has been
developed from these masked murder
and torture scenes a like kind of
Christian Science excitement over a
race or contest as in "Old Kentucky,"
"The College Widow" and "BrOwn of
Harvard." The vital, technical point
in this scheme is to get the audience
interested not so much in the conflict
itself as in t'he characters 'on whom
it has an efferc and Rida Johnston
Young has uibed a boat race against
an English crew as a skeleton to hang
nmore dramatic consequence than has
any other latter-day dramatist. The
audience sees only a cheering crowd
whose snatches of dialogue indicate
that the race is occurring, and the ab-
sorbed state of mind which makes the


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In the third act of the Sbuberts' pro-
duction of Brown of Harvard, at the
opera house, matinee and night, on
Saturday, Nov. 14. RMa Johnston
Young has brought strictly up-to4ate
what is probably the most effective
and ancient of stage tricks. Sopho-
cles, the greatest of the pilendid trio
of Grecian dramatists, was the first to
discover that an actor's delineation ol

tios are They are not
puppets a tb t ftret before the
spectator, but Msem and -women by the

son, who do a comedy juggling and
contortion act. They do some very
clever work and will no doubt be a
card at the Orpheum this week.
The show closes with Van and
Storey, who are musicians of no little
merit- Their zylopohne playing is
great, and the selections are classical.
The Orpheum will no doubt do a big
business this week if good shows will
draw it.
A Sure-enough Knocker.
J. C. Gocdwin, of Reidsville, N. C..
says: Buirklen's Arnica Salve is a
sure-enough knocker fcr ulcers. A bad
one came on my le- last summer, but
that wonderful salve knocked it out in
a few rounds. Not even a scar re-
mained." Guaranteed for. piles, sores,
burns., etc. 25c. at al! druggists.




Were Placed

Wolfe and Vaughn at the Bijou.
-- - I Rest Sunday Afternoon
single proverbial touch make all who |
witness them sharers ia theii sorrows in St. John's Ceme-
and aoys. S
In the cast which Charles Frohman itery
has selected for the performance ot
"The Thief" at the opera house are
Cha les Dalton. Herbert Kolcey. Effle
Shannon. Arthur Lawre.nce. Leonard The funeral of Mrs. Pitt. wife of B.
Ide. Cecil Owen and Edit' 0Illair. R. Pi;t, who di.'d Thursday night, oc-
curred vcsteidav afternoon at 3
At the Orpheum This Week. cl fror he family e non twhee
The '-ihern| played r, iacke d oclM';k front, the family home. wherei
The U)-phoein playetl .u nackod
houses yesterday and i- putting on the services were conducted by Rev.'
one of the I.est shows ever teen here. Juliau S. Sib!ey. pastor of the First
The show opens with Miss DeVerne. Pri-bhyerian church.
who is billed a.s a female baritone From the residence lihe cortege pro-"
singter. She has certainly got a fine I'cecded to St. John's cemetery, follow-
baritone voice a.d tshe won great alp- ed1 by a large iMtnmi)er of friends and
plans. :helaives. The floral offerings were
Next comes Kalcratus and Robin-I "any and bea;itiful. It required a
Slandau to carrv the many beautiful
- - floral tribI'es that were placed on
li -p-&In til.^ thr Tnewlv-made --graave.
The following were the pieli-)earers:
J. T. Whiting. Knowles Hver. Henry.
SR Iy.ver. John E. Stillman. H. H. Thorn-
taon, .. Clark Porter.
Real Estate Transfers.
SFollowing is a list of the real estate
transaction recorded yesterday as fur-
Snished by the Pensacola Abstract Co.:
SD Pensacola Realty Co. to !da O. Till-
By recent scientific exper-i- man, $125, lo: 15. block ]:, Britton
ments, Dr. Price, the famous iPlace.
rents, Dr. Price, the mouse P. K. Yonge et al to Louis Bole.-, $1
food expert, has recently pro- and other con-ideratiotns. 6-8 interest
duced a Wheat Flake Celery in lot7. 1: to 15. block 136, East
C a King tract.
Food, which is highly nutritious,
easy of digestion, and a most Good Crowd at Y .M. C. A.
eiicious every day food for all Meeting Sunday
(f.sseC. 4 A large crowd was in attendance
at the regular weekly meeting of the
Y. M. C. A. on Sunday afternoon.
F Rev. Brooks Lawrence of Birming-
ro b y a n Greham proving the s)eaker of the Ja.


Life Motion Pictures and Illustrated Song:

New Reels of the Very latest and Best Pictures Daily

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

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The Sunday meetings are increasing
in interest ani a larig- number of lo-
cal mien are becoming intensely in-
terested. The bible classes are also
improving in membership.

Miss Thelrna DeVernme-Phenomenal
Lady Baritone So'oist. First Appearance
in the South.
Kalcratus and Robinson-Novelty Art-
ists, Introducing Miss Elisha. World's
Famous Contortionist. Nothing like this
ever seen here before.
Thelma DeVerne & Co.-In a Big Com-
edy Singing and Musical Sketch, assisted
by Nelson E. Story and Harry C. Van.
Zylophone Experts.
This Big Act Alone is Worth the Price
of Admission. The Ladies and Children
are requested to attend the Matinees, as
large crowds are expected at nignt.
Important Notice-Doors open for Mati-
nee at 3:30. Curtain rises at 4 p. -n.
sharp. So be there and get on time.
This Is a big show, all of the acts having
been playing the leading theatres of the
north., No raise In prices.
Matinee prices. lOc to all. Nilt prices.
10 and 20c. One Matinee every day.
Three Ight shows, 76, 5"13 sd 9:ft0.

Mis Thma DsVeN., Fenwle Saritoi

At Ophe ijeu.
One of the best ills that Uas ever
beea .put on at the Rijou is on at that
little play houns this week. The bill
consists of Wolfe andt Vaughan, new
Illustrated songs and the best of mov-
Ing pictures. Wolfe and Vanghan pre-
sent a rural comedy playlet, entitled
"The County Sheriff.",'" wcwh la Ane
am ~ mm _** ,-

Mr. Wolfe as Sheriff.

otrt-in-tronters applaud the victory .9t
iIarvard to the echo is not produced
ne, Appearing at the Orpheum Tins lby fear of a defeat by .lohn Bull, but
k. by their sympathetic anxiety over
whether Tom Brown will win the girl,
whether her cad brother will be re-
of the oelt Xural plays on the stage formed, whether the wrong done poor
today. In m nerism, dialect and Thorne and his sister will be righted,
mae-up r. olfe has iven a or- whether t college gambler against
make-up M. W olfe has -iven a or his Alma Mater will lose and whether
fret and unique impersonation of a the comedian who bets his meal ticket
down east sheriff, b'gosh, and -has will eat. To settle all these prob-
proven himself an exceedingly clever lems. in which the audience has beeb
entertainer. The playlet, with every ineres ted for three acts. in one
Rie a laugh, comes to a climax when short scene of three minutes shows
Sl*e, sheriff in a masquerade cos- knowledge of dramatic technique
io oeas somewhat difficult con- which produces successful plays.
tortlonal dance across the stage, which
caused a gale of laughter. "The Thief."
The song which Mr5 Wolft sings "Kverv lover of drama who repair
Hosanab Ip the Highest. is the beAt to the theatre in order to see a
ever sung in Pensacola. drama well acted, should go to see
There is not one line of suggestive- Charles Frohman's production of "The
ness in the act and that is what Thief-William Winter in the New
makes it so much the better. .York Tribune.' The dean of dramatic
The a'companving cuts show them critics in America has found in "The
in their country make-up, also Mr. Thief", which Charles Frohman wli
Wolfe in one of his characterisLic produce at the opera house Friday
poses as the sheriff. night. an eioqrent commentary on the
Another feature at the Bijou this vanity andhthe jealousy that are com-
week Is Rill Weaver, billed as the nmont to ih.' average m;an and womar.
"Sleipy Athlete." He was due to ar- We had lound in this play. too, the
rive In Pensacola yesterday, but miss- product of a man still in his thirties.
ed connection at some point between a fine exposition of the love existent
this city and New York. and will prob- in the maritial relation-"a common
ably arrive today. topic' of satirical and a sometimes
rihald levity"--and a profound analv-
4 Brown of Harvard. sis of the s-,u ,-,., .1, .
ou fJ h1~ flJ dU Uh

In the race scene which takes place

Hats and Suits of Merit, Char-

acter, Individuality

That's the kind you get here-the artistic drap-
ing of the coat. outlined to the form, broad collar and
lapel, perfect hanging trousers, vest withorub wrinkle,
and the price far less than you'd even suspect. See
the suits at $18.00.

Came.' Polafox
"d ai'a He 0. ANSON,
Ph...e 297 1` Flow'ids.

Corneru Paiafox
*ad Gov't.
Phone 475

z,- t-i t .aes rces o t t Ii tove an UU en
forces that keep it alive: the things
that enob4- it and its possesor; the
things that alienate and destroy it.
To the l'*,s accurate observer also it
is this philosophical and incisive and
sympathetic treatment of the most ah-
sorb')n of the-me In a particular
phase that makes "The Thief" the un
precedent,'d success t-hat it is the
word over. The humanness of Bern-
stein and the naturalness of his crea-

I have the largest and nest line of
ever seen in Peasacola, at prices as
low, tor lower), as New York.
Mazamaw. De La awk IN
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(Arthur Brisbane's Editorial in the N. Y.
The Great Dramatic Sensation,


By Henri Bernstein
A* Played for Ten Months at the LyoW
Theatre, New York, .
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(WVm. Winter in the New Yorl j
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