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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).

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bod Mne in Germany. B WarchOUSe in Their aid. Return and Surrender the Bond

ft *A-Meteta 941" operative Union tonight endorsed tiaiC MARACTETIZE AS 1-cl to The Jeownal. here next i eay from seme, nrtt A VERY LIGH
W *- Ortc- Nov. 1.-T.e build- scheSeby an almost animousvo Mobile, Nov. 12.-From a perfectly ish Honduras In connection with the V Y .
"~rtf-t.^rV~nfi r J" u-n g of a lare cent l warehouse at and authorized their committee a<3 rPTo E reliable source come information to- report the statement was made trA
poite ty yl e -sterday's session to pro- OPPRMST- PEOPLE d rloe of Mr w n ado oitt ed ta VOTE WAS
,. -'" "..; i .New r a s ] w ere i t planters of pone d at ..e day that IRichbard BL Owen, Jr., form a e s chpatiw rever e sd
ce -eod wth the 91dos.
-: ---" " "lf a downa or more states can stores Gov. Saunders has endorsed the f er city clerk of Mobile, charged with eration and that Mr. Owen would
"" "* '- '" tblelr 4t.i 111110111th~ey p lanadsays ~he"will ecall Ian e.xt1ra .b. eing ade r money of the city roblabkvarv yet rp
Chos o t .so TllIte CoMvention Wi Finl- of Mobile, la rn to face eth ithe e velr.p FOut P
,, ,- oiose to ell itin now Irmcally session of thee Louisianalegialatuiv aeten ifthi
^6 "c thtoec t ured . necessary to make propositions for ly Brought to Order and cmenatas.t . win e rage U t S Vote of 166 F
T- Frer"Edctinln C-the projeet.y to this effect has -been go- In t~he a t f l .e
.. ..hirty- I solutions A... n ne For ng ethe rounds for the past few days, books duri the amiisttio of
.; .q~~y- Resolutions AoA Fr12f ti revo Ow "=Agit- he
i';n- in ac since relative es of Mr. Owen Richard B. Owen, Jr., was discovered
Of.the Formation 4*an= Or- ,pd a visit to the Norwegian stear. by accountans who we:re inves t- That
Mer ured.-ship Belize last Thursday and were In Ing the books with a view to asceI
St 1 t W e m U I111||a IMII BHH I- I* gzaution tO 0ok For toorereince with ofaeis of the steam- tiii othe correctessof campai Precct Have
,_I i./ 1 l l P- a .... C-- Welrand represattves of the charter- stemet iy a or eiy t
Tbc.Uf noo5selTWO-A RI IIIl ll /lI R ESTSI, Cotton Planter &. w Wel l tagcompanmy.. .... had re, r.'ed .the d-e
S TT ror r ..... ....... a- 61 T~Ie re gained circulation that The investigation of the .books as
- -- C a W e ?ip Tr Pr l11 IBfIIIT ;the Fa-r-eWII Iawm. the visit of Mrs. Owen, her children kept by Mr. Owen did not extend ove-
Drownd. III1III- and other relatives to the Belize was the entire period of his ofice, but It The 4egned coeaty
....^. jh |n II- _i I ,. die to the expectation of the arrival was diselosed that $29.000 ad been defeated athe pei
_____ InIIIlO nuuuO il/ By Associat . of Mr. Owen on that vessel. misappropriated. A warrant ehlUtag dlM
L ........." --* Jw "- "-,.-" .-=. ~Memphis, Tenn., .It-The it was determined today, however, Owen with the defalcation of the city's y a t d
....... ^ ^ ;_- ,_ ~IlI III IIII1I I llll adoption of a resolution the for- that Mr. Owen would in all probabil- money to that extent was swr to thoee grecinc heat f
".ago We a. I I Uwm N | I II Iv III I 1III nation of an organza d, Wder the ity be passenger on the steamer by Citty Attorney Booe and en to voting 4 o 1 gaist
?-Thw kn laetE d" | t! naienl li in/l lrecton^ -t e orhen se arrives Bt ner docks letectves to 6erve ........ ....
ay yearsiGeany ened t direction o arve J present e county t
mornig td the Rtadbod WILL BEL 1OF w OLLSIO of the southern Cotto- Associatlon. -, for hepros v
three, miles Wsplace -here h -VB"i" ave forit[ Ith " "e
there was an ewmkl. ThermulBe.thewa'-ea,,,t
.t rt-*el. C......-. 1- Enge nd conductor of accomplishment of t ie s o f
ol*htyimnew workigsdl Ue r _t__is:_ _. e aet er m igd theNational Faf *Union. V~ .si ml iumml U Ui
.round a e timeealsixaIhdul W press to Be Held Respon- and include among "t *eobership eAh ci on
env" .T.teWf'r" ma I hosq whose interests .iira in any- tee-mthoth
out 7 buver. andherir- Other B ee sible for the Death of the a ^. rests i HE M an of th
dead wu e bresght to theiftougth man, #pedent upo&. the cotton gtn.Teewsb
ra S -t.he oIt_.renm S. a ----e--- Eight Pwsegers Killed- rowt utstry, was e< f the con- RUlllAlll l Oi l I lUlll IhI I mt ee
TeR t, lo n'c l t ca T r- in N. O. &- N. Wreck. ..i nincidents of tbhe.,bterence of-- --- to e bond i
tfie SJ teeosult3 in WN.0.&to.a.Nov. 12.-T e hear- itnters man ocraers interested in mar- 9 .en and cast their t

toWb mom would, be ln ain. An mlttee on ways and means iW A. IRcst th e yeos ofegwhtpere s nd Walter ningk, Ot Cf .iss. President-Elects Held a ernment to P Con- y mair h
ore w stoR odtis mne tofw dwys, %me emphas z= the serious wouvAing of a more of rcpt&" trouble w he divert-
XSisU fiStu not Dso t Ohehty8 oters t6itowood 1a texowmrcpiJt station, onhe Conference at Hot spiracy Before PrC fsrne
Pi k revene tax eV'lel eelfro'the subject paper to, ~s M]
r e e n e a x l e i s rOo& aN e w O r le a n s a n d N o r t h e a s t e r n r a il : .. .. .
or dW _e spirt n he196. road. two men -av~e altoer~y been ar-indoucgthse w P." 1 pted Springs. d'i
.Htgl klll' Plllofl f^^ w. on1^S tlmmeI T^1^^^- Indeo-in?-oe .=si-p Pg
of a1,high Lrate of u Y Onteefri rested and a thorough Investigintion in.....rier isslngag

... H determined Uo a the ren hr burn and A. B. Keyes, engineer and issue. He hace cn- dentgelect Taft was joined tere today witnesres had testified today hi the S2Onihoe h t
ores is onetof the manifelthoepOe ohaeis ,being made into the causes of the coc e It was are e n

w.| ryTev ,pei^l pt ,c rbwas evere. Before k 'haraLdT co w
of a the etarifftlaw i .. wreck, as well a- nthe delay In sent!- ... te s- BW M o ...-se
I among the suggestedchant" w1 Ing a reli n astrin from New Orleans. crmea fl.. te.,Ran. f rr e --yo .-- --yAsitdrs
1 [E. tll...Jp- take Hot-SpringaVa.,.Now. 1-.--e-,O -t

.... G a .wording of rt the blwebich he an Thestweposblt f en e. Bla- oentorr e spent ermet ests a sr
Council, H"d Seathgssion. t r s b 1WcALburne veas ha te- mhatthe f whetnneer ane Gat thom ni ae d pe o c thecointele- co e a he -lc deT efe asej yty n

_l ld detlerm vident fromuheaothe onte Nortuern crew or the Northeastern osf, ..h ..... e nhatdforshbetm^ lt-ion Burkett waid he found Judge ed thy had witnesses to prove the 4,, P5S B
~ ~ ~~UN ~ hinvestigaries Of court .-..ean feter. k ..._&-... ----

tari revision" prepared for the ue conrew were responsible still remained kt re o ten cets Ta"Vir faVor of pushin g therm postal conspiracy charge, but as th e wt M
_. ; ; a r e .ll~ ~ ~ y a ff e m h~~ g a rti d m C O N o r t he r n F ~x p )r e s s w h i c -a te le s c o p e d i p e o p le s triv in ~g a g a i h l i g i~ e c m o V r i i o r s t r l r _ m

v Acd Pr of the committee that a similar atti- a matter of doubt but that Kees le savings bank bill at the next session nese were not in court, it adjourn-
Berli. Nov. -The foreign aar ture wl be maintained in the p and Blackburn's connection with te A request tha the bankers of th an d until tomorrow. wee He was met b ty ..............
ommtte of the general oel held poed revision of this schedule train wich did terhe damage e icomell south take u tH. S poi.e of a t h e8 city .............
tud ofthepolce, b, wreTelete duingth& elejp1UgdCrndha grteehtt Jdel lyso H( yk ,,, -,, .I
,e nT"e ediltctYe7, f anr aws0,6F bi -a. order ua v.IiP. at mo 0ytco gteotslfv0 b.Vi

a meet today and d aed te President Roosevelt has receivtd a euchstion great cotton bank. -W. L. Ward, the atonal commitCREW city ..........

cent ,vent. Th a.emblin of this copy of the book entitled "Notes on T Bankers are also urged to accept -- .. 3- c.t ..........
commimtate la a very rare occurrence TarlRf Revision." which contains over t-OrreCt l.elSt Ot Castualties. warehouse receipts as collateral. LIII~ ~ iHonolulu. Nov. 12.-The crateer 31. eiy ..............
inand there was much interested cu- 1000 tes of information and which It was not taken as an indication lthate last The comsaenittee eatesoftimated tae sol Nto whe Pacie et, Yaked 2 ,y .....
ation arsed by an intimation Ths ring the committee began Cie responsibilityfrtoly o he hreck reststins reported are as follows:reterday afternoon for San Francis-
the meeting had been called with t he art g on o hedule e ", covn ways been kilsolely d or wi the extent of others in- avi recommendation hirt membr of Toal ..............t

idea of In some tep to prevent admeans. The president's attitude jured and even today some.doubt was f
Emperorcil, Held Session.m prug s on spirit e subjects and othef revision is weeethat the matter of whether all of the the Greattheprorecrewor who faailed tho reteret from BOWLING CLUL .
independent coree In the aairs of known andi it evident fromxp the otes on Norttern crew or the orthea stern forerodurrrthbmhend- ewith .BE OR
h emtariffre. convey to prepared for o i ttee on rays and ion completed this morning, owket price of ten cents for short sta- u the vessel.
It is armed tonibt that the co- means some expression of hia views ever. bears ons the statement e Taft in faor o pushing the postal coAspra. bow b or a

al1tteemvA did nothing more today on the changes proposed for farther railroad otricials last night to the ef- -be owsalaed In Peass
Berlithan ad c certain papefors relaing to protection and for continuing the p et that eight persons had beetio n kwith the A request thai the bankers of th savings bank bill at the next session ed until nmber of ethsast
committee of the general eoumeil held posed revision of W~it schedule. train w-nieh did the damage compell- south take Ul) t'te. propo-iftion of a of congress- 8 iy .......
&meeting today and discussed the re- President Roosevelt bait reeeivtd a ed such action. great cotton bank. LETMAYOCEW ,cty.......

the Casev Blanca nident T ambling of this copy of the book entitled Note eson aB Corrret is otie.a resalsollaed Acc sHis Third Defeat ti a recomemo-ers Ther
coteritaed thi s evening at dinner by ministration and provided for in the list which ha. been the first correct t a cllal NARROW CP O robbyecure te
Chand thcellor Von B elow. The Rested ich-100 pure food and drug act. one yet issued, shows e following: oastst Philosophic A THEATRE CRWD. eew Meth
latioday discrussed the quesaintion of Theown persons had 1909 crop at IA.a0000 bale..prB. ayd wm t in oer or

colonial expenditures. eWlle Attaway. 3 iears old, Slidell Manner New Yo, Nov. 12. s It fe the desire, o t
tLhe meeting ,hall been eaed with the the clerk of the committee on W Lasbeen killed or the extent of......,a r

e k ingE ome step t Aprevt nens. T Cuthbert B Lowery 45 y ears old N audience had left the even* bowlag 4eee, w has
Nmper or Wlam from pursuing la the subject of revision isWel entertained. to whether all of the hM s Larger Than TWO sec T ourn the r e oai rookly with teams fro othe
Indlendent ears in the affairs of known and B I Is expected thet he will bodies had bepcn found. An investiga- shore li r e to s with OR

a Brooklyn newspaper, wa. convey to the Aeommittee on ys and tion. completed this morning, oLa. fl NVIs T B a the ed sseLht and a ou later N LIL COM

a gatWTtf the -.tiff westerly gale whalch 4 Elkins. W. Va., Nov. 12. A. Heitkamp, age 60. Pearl River, FOWertl *MVI Lost-a \\ar But Begun, is the cap- *the ballding was in ruins. One Honetlulu Nov 12.'-
It prevails armed re last night and losin s Fivsoe expchilression of his views ever. bears ous te statement of t-ered. LIoukalai ha deter
suitteenion did no thing netletelUaara~ae eti hleeigledn~aestmore rlxn he inrtoday an the changes proposed for further railropaidsmiitato roefonficeials td rvde o lhastiuigpesn ori hetead etnitgnhtlra ficaslatngh oth l tatoiht nytrehihte. proef-nnjrdth afis ee hs orctkledatt l NG A D

Chl balancellor as he reache R eih- pure food ing at Beverl. near one yet ravissued, aged 38, Hatte following: week's issue of William J. Bryan's The loss i be aot 5- Washton D C to

tdeavored today discussremove la bd y but he Miss standard of naval strength of Great opponents, but the principles
colondied as the work progxpedituresd. ille Attaway. 3 years old, 45 Slidell, Ia. Brwotrkoe for whichur party stands# the pol- Th e vnnt Wts i
KI-- EL. T Ie Injured. premier informed Arthur Lee a Coth- fancies or which our party contends. H WS i
SaCuthbert B. Lowery, 45 years old, dly servative member of the house, that aude not dead. A good procosi-e
hNew Yors Nov. .Wilam F. FIVE CHILDREN WERE Lexington, Ky.,brus with serso interests government acce the o not made bsad byi erection O Tt C tafrf o oS
Ch 7 a od anl Ay. 23 years old., anpamploye ofst BURNED IN HOMeE at.db SlidellL apeelah firore Ko dbiscve ld tt B h
yn nsoated Pre.Prof. C. E. Roos. age 41. isAlton. La.a* ed toiigtendanhornatrr of LIs per

aoolse shops in this city whic have appeal have been sent to the press Northern tran andhot s one eve at the recovery of funds he is alleged tal ont. Carter

tdisplayed signs advising their custom- urging the collection of e fund with broken. hso F Ms Attged ars American people will perManentlo @ ave appropriated while represent- the total sum charge
ers not to purchase good of Japan- which to "flgant China's battle," but years old. Slidell. La. alt bs 1111 IrII I t secrecy as to campaignn co in the government at Savannah. Ga.. wiped out.
ee manufacture. It is sard also that the papers ave not published these MrsRobert W Himon e i but ano e wl be leard i the Uted The record of th c
the municipal o ais have advised the municipal officials have advised Lumberton Mis gt le bon i t n the mrican p li ma States circuit court of appeals. Both thirty-one bond volu

the city merchants to purchase piece b. the government against ,aying any- Mi b Forence LYde Ldmbn teieromn meb ILd ty ptsr edead Ailofdree bOr t a.rdesiwi argue tor a reversal or Toh* aprexmately 15,000 pr
inue ..tidyoeairso pw being tsar" to stsr up feelina over the boy- ingdare-t col a n rer isa ao o J- Ko re.or
,e ni z. 17 year s o 1d (-vn w agton .I ,ct o or -E ME OO Fatior;? i Do es la tin wone welev t t e ~ tl pelfrm Jd e K '



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a election yea.
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from last nigl:t
the propoitic a
he sum of $200,-
building am hm-
ty roads. Four-
include all ia
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68 favored the
re sgaitt it.
as polled In all
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e vote partici-
t lItlts intere t
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bat only thots
sue went to th)
tive nght either
the county, th3
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W, 48
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24 60
15 191
2 39
4 26
9 5
7 26
19 42
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aociation is to
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ic bowlers have
association will
second flor cf
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five alleys.
enough interes-
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mined to go tr
personally urg;-
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the crews.

led to reecev
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on iorea; rey. Harris. Ma- Condition Has Been Grow- consumer will permanently permit the
gee Miss.. collar bone and right legConditio Has Been Grw w
egtariff to be written by th Lbeneflcia- 1,Ide ti tyofo a h
Death Rate as High for broken. left leg bruised an left hand g Steadily Worse For ries of tnat tariff Does s n W
crushed: Holmes Harrison, 42 year ing Steadily Worse Forhat the public will permanent-
Coloe s White Troops old. New Orleanso ribs broken andar Iy permit estrangement between cap- Threat is uzzih f the
redW white Trs hands cut.. Al of the fregoing are Several Days, and ital and labor? Does any one believe
Colored as -in New Orleans hospitals,. that 15090.000 of depositors will for-
WANTS- HEAVY DAMAGES. Now Critical. ever permit their savings to be jeo- By Associated Pr. year a. After eati s a-pesent? There must yasao re m
Sy AMssociated PrsM. vice, he declares that the death and New York. Nov. 12.-Mrs. Cora B peardied as at presentgthereo .lems Chicago, Nov. 12.-Chicag plice day all the aly we
Washington, Nov. 12.-The surgeon- non-effective rates in the United Heeren has brought suit against the By Associated Pr es ar e-. are endeavoring to identity e Me. with ympto of pol
general of the army. Dr. M. O. O'Reil- State- army are higher than in any New York Central railway a-k6ng Peking, Nov. 12.-The consensus of protest e astst wrong i gt ple. Lero, a clairvoyant, aleed to have aician discovered that
Shis annual rport t the secr other army. He refers to a slight $30.000 damages because, as she al- opinion in Peking is that the emperor aant in t "noed" Mrs. Ale F. Read who bee against t o.
ly, in his annual report to the secre increase i insanity among the sol- leges, she was mistaken for Mrs. Belle of China is very sick. and today he is again tde oppression of the strug- a-t. .. ".
tary of war on removing the inade- diers. In the Philippines the health Gunness. the LaPorte. Ind.. murderess reported as still sinking. He will not gling masses. ad the democratic p^ar Genevieve Chanler Phipps ..der The .oe wa ---ei
equate eulpament of the medical de- of the troops has been better than and taken from the train rear Utlca, accepE western medical attention. The ty mu conn ts o. threat of death by dte la D .o. which it
partanlt of the army during the Span- in the previous year. The surgeon- New York. last summer. Her moth- emperor's condition is -9 serious that could not exist as a plutocratic ver. me. I.roy is Vthe t by Dm- was purchase
Ish war. staes maay improvements general reviews the effor- to in- %r. it is said. who was wit"a' her at various legations here are sending ea pa- ver police to be Mkle Le r was foat.
have been made in the service in or- crease sanitary conditions in t:3e army tCe time. has filed suit for a similar ble reports on to their respective gov- NAMED RECEIVERS Langley, alias Tih-i "Ther were tour or
der to bring it up to the highest po*- and refers to many plans that have' amount, for alle-ed indignities to ernments. alias me Starr. the faily. ad one of
sible etcidncy. been put in operation for this pur- which she was subjected. Mrs. Heer- The emperor has been suffering for Cleveland. Nov. 12--Judge Taylor I recall the woman ka-wI as r e0eets o te pol
* Reviewing the health of the army pose. He insists that the great need en. who lives in Brooklyn, declares ten years past from chronic neAritia. of the federal court today named War- Mamie Starr," said Ideste-st of De- w a was at that ti
Ih says the death rate last year was of the medical department in the fu- that she suffered such a shock that His condition is now complicated'with ren Bicknell and Frank A. Scott as tectives Andy Rohani of C'hiago. "She ty years l. Her defe
as high for colored as for white ture is a larger force of commi.sion- neither she nor her moth-.r has corn- diaheres and -sciatica- It is admitted receiver for the Municipal Traction!was a servant in the Nwlands ta ty. I Mk. Sit nev
pauss. Speaking of the entire er- ed officers. pletely recovered, that his brain is affected.- c pany ily on the Sth Side aet a "y gall trb ei


tng dinner o
ore taken ats,
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rat poteon h
ktad of tfoo .
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S In tfe city wil red with in- sR* *W WiU Ckse in Vae.r
o and PROFIT of Former Mayor,
W. E. Anderson.
S E. B Hoffman & Son's Mayor Goodman has requested that
s. cceIst Tis afternoon tat the nciti-. ti --
sens may honor the memory of Hon. ---
10+-t V_ I Wm. E. Anderson, who died at an
-" ---. -"- early hour yesterday morning. The -a_
B M i t JTmayo~~or has issued. a call for the city
N ACOLA MOIV RINS THE council to convene In special" es-on
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and at-
LOSS 4OF W. ANDERSON"| ,Having purchased the entire
LOSS W Whereas, the Aeansi. God h GOODS, C LOT ING and HOE
-seenA-t to remouwave from bur mids ant ai
mchitrmena of the bi4edUOddIO, & valuable and loyal ctisen In the per-
.et. ,.....son of the Hon.. Wm. I. Anderson, -
a-d--uu- r imutlyceMaCteda who served three terms &* mayor A T of
terday Wheto Hi atb Atwae a &SN M i be y *t and who held other positions 9f honor IV
m time t the s tate ad trust, In our city. P ;
KBecodw 014 earnts mter s M the Therefore I, C. C. Goodman, mayor
.. mige. Be wo *111n aeber of the of the city of Pensaoola, repemtfal-
.S-- 6810.6.. bs a central ly request that an stores, offices and
i1 |1temew g m lIthelo l4I0121m The otier places of business in this city
4 tomral w. Uase laoe this afternoon be closed during the hours of rthe l-
ThuT. ATr rNN ,A sat .cho's S Rev. Percival H. neral, from 2:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m., I
W11117M0 h Intnrmt wrIN o C riday, November 13th, 1908, in order
OlT CHVmMo, OF WHICN wat St. Jab le emetery. that the citizens of Pensacola who
T"LE OUWE the L opportunity of paying their last -
W.N A M"MBI-sHOOL tribute of |aonor and respect to our
w so"..... rn n `AcHOOL N I will begin a Special Sale on

.S1 CE s met lwSOt Uw H RUn L On account of the death of HO. W.
a wkt*e eism toart; E. Anderson, all public schools of the
a"e 2 seelm"se?? h -- dUcity will be closed today.
ft dead, and 6".N. B. COOK, Sept.
6a Wi= 8owe Laatter Received Painful But - 1
.(t._ml hW.s ,it ,,IIhi ATTENTION VETERANS.
mat or --aa tedw wms" Not Danetrous Wound The members of Camp Ward, No.
Ar wse a ocur 10, U. C. V.. are hereby coamanded
Shae. h Thihffts. to meet at their Bivouac on Palafox
ta.realy a doatO N et r *Me Rn th street, on Frida- afternoon at 1 :
more eslsy *Ad more nera lt o'clock, Noveber 3t, to attend the I
th, hat wU es robbed the ow- funeral of their late comrade. W. E.
MtRky t s &cbmuactetr 'wMf was Charles W. Jones, formerly mana- Anderson.
bNiM m dd, h e *Q er of the Now York l aa Coampany, D. B. REED, Comma.der.
oo"m1 s me *In e this ity, shot George Andrews, a -J. M. SCARRITT, Adjutant.
InanyaL R. th aftl ernten hist e PEEDINTO 14 ll The public is cordially invited to come an
Ifthst dwftsk tgbea. Joioes was arrested by the cure a.y case of Itehing, Blind, Bleed-
3fm 9="" ity au tho. s ing es Imwas iater aetdays or money refunded. ft. benefi t of these unV i
eaa rS a |s.orn0- nea the benefit of these unprecedented prices.
.l-itoave. .. and" I TOAnmn RRAN stock new, clean and up-to-date.
thefreash thagWloved him streets. Jones was ii-
te t.eoe U leve s Mm ted about an hour before the shoot-TRemembe da
bs t alMgg o eMa warrant swaom to by An.-thedof
esAs c-oe &s cr Remember Cthe date of opening, Saturday
Three month* o by the we o hisWbm Jones wa releaseMd o0 .ond L
W.-- cursi-g Al10H SCHOL mnker 14,908. t
youth, "is*ma It to sold!be xuu" to-toe tere, .
evening tde of hisNOINS whao, A ew says, "" agCurs R HO L1
were Intimate with his yda cham m-a-- wl Um. Adrews says he
teristlcs noted wt$a afs Ie 0f 1LraImfa hma for the curses, when
feet of this greet -tusa s lMow aad jane to shoot at him. He Meeting to Occur T&Night
I. oumd oaly speo, ulato w ct evoiae m A ve times, it Is
It ce an theaeon w dy.olmalidin- We of them Gtldgas ex- at Y. M. C. A., When .
im its on the aged m& nckisW ia oj the bullet from on of whichP nl e-
i. ovwt qag e h AMPthws.
broyecefully Into sP"eIos. Audnodws was taken to the ponce Plans w il0 Be tii
SAnIh-lg C ien .at ion, whe the ballet was removed U i i C h o
Wi...._Anderson w._ f- eM.. v.fte-mhis. thighby City Vaysican cussed.
2" .1 11 Rn... . ...Nerth os Ift 1 wou tod not dangerous. _ _n
a o there hold hav a taet A JNY BABY to ld as bali by tf r one day
Mo Wl; yearswlhitn a&etw dWs hrs the crou- Aon invited to the camp portant nd. He cpep s to beher.
isMe heCra ais.o tSiff VanPaelt stated taken by the Y M. C A this vAK THER MADE nt
o aebrothers a 0"o~eal" 'dohis ntslast *6ft biel .at.AcOt cow nh-ioa- ing, when at 7:30 o'clok a ta.sse
Sa P t tor to oa ca be oata th t i who wish to erl thThe ecret was usine nthe bet ex hve school

ie Gi t We Ve having e iO trverlandin B ibbon Vnia will help Mtes orere6es new Chpleyam
n there having b at that A l t be established by the ssociaton ton locomoti. Upon Amo the
ate wlod ea't receivtelled relative to prehis subject da Engineer verett. B Smit and lor a Herat-

&- A u t e asse -_ Prof. G .ef Bll-tcison the relt Pomany requests H1hda at :30.m.... Pasco Richbourg went A apossnm bet- Jaes Dot
A noosasthe ater becmedno School- Isbe insbutIedfassconLo J M Cilera of attend tese lerviIes, the manaenht. Results, gvot treed Arthur RMas
sed with .oto beas o ee C I, i It il wkrtoaiddn athed weaker temn the buses vispora ~~l0 Pe ca |meno Mrs Aderson-s oe no 'P- v.ery pleasant.
edtee th Atero i hem J t |daml ws e o Uu o 2 Iu ne CAKE LIKE MOTHER MADE
bece the SIsrs and peevish wishoingi tiua l iself ihe rA PELIK E MOTHERMAE The failtis for loggig at the mll view.

S prominent tw n cV u be cs n t It s wow I nue as plan'ne sm s s ta Th e maximsc twmarature at Psou ses e Oi the best ex- v .. . Ia ,qtoe a M. I Mr. ndy
Give t ae ws olea sedit i sa, ee. Bue ib Vna ws Pcola yehel erday waMa 67 degrees at Pine Forest, Nov. 12.-We have te i staMe 1
W er e8h. T h wLaurer s, Nov. 12.-Rev. Mr. 3:in Ca. m.. while the minimum was csale where. seventy-fve some very t l ae weamt er ed pnm tah
etarle a ye a tae elaopt o whe Crwd Heard R any ah of study in which ten sral de eres f t 6:45y aw m. Last yer- o thersvriv alT or ths adit-" it S weBo
Mhe ntySg ySb ode aa Presbyterian church Iinday o on the -same date the was --- st he kind our oe ds re Mis a
to o te cae o e Coter C de E. Hl Last Ni the first branches to bae considered and the mnmm 42 de- Spcal to The Journal enjoy. The rain today s good or ery one inte

and duri-i the tow years wM wen cal talents, opened a music school at gre. e average maximum o ockhart, Nov. 12.-Business o ca see
to e the great war A Laurel Hill Tuesday. this date is 69 degrees and the aver- every description is assuming its nor- colder weather. The man
n th yars withgrn erect At t n Church. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jones. of De. age minimum 52 degrees. l a fture look ri Artur and .iT aubedto
--mI----I _-_--- iiiak Ire .apeadlng a few daysr * .-ape-t-and e f ....e -look bh Sparewer atd 3he Taeadsley urelooksbd M.whb
to rislag to the rank of ik. are pending a few days or all. Considerable improvement iSpare were at the sae the Hay returned to
tala. with Mr. and Mrs. P. Jones on South Earl Spencer, colored, c d with noticeable around the plant, the wood-. arm near Muscoge, riday. Mi m L.m
I m o A.i.a Rev.5. Clae E. HIM .reached last street, shooting qual out of seaso.aas been en side walks are being replaced by Ransley bought the sfne milk and hit- eola tofs we
Upol mis retra to ne pilt o aight to a large ndeace at the First Captain Eric von Axelson and jame arrested by the court authorities cement walks, brick and steel are ter cow. The ay friends of Will- famy
. he e terel the t b- i Critaa on ast Chase street. Clary are attending the Cotton Grow-. and ill be given a preliminary bear- used for a great many purposes that m Barineau will be Intreted to There wl
awhh he w egage fr Subject: "The ers associ ation at New Orleans. Iang before Judge Niclsea today. wood was formerly used for, a new know that he bought the Hay r. e Baptist
years. rw M the WorM. The Mrs. John Whittinston and babies. * engine ia being Installed in the dyna- Mr. Barineau expects to plant the night and 8e
.He was a air- of e Up interest iS tbeL S "e isg1rowing of Florala, were visiting in Laurel 1il C. L. Brown, white, better known mo room, the brass foundry is runnrug farm in peanuts and chufas, and rate Peuassola,
S whoa aftenrwa M sms t .sod On. S n. are this woee. as "Bob" Brown. was arrested yester- to its limit, a new drug store, and ou hogs. at 7:2 p. a.
the Aaieram-Hyr Co., and a ot res SngaIghtm to .aght. Rev. Wley PF. Martin leave Bat day on a arrant swam oa by H. D. every hand one cn see that our pret- Mrs. E. Saowden spent .riday *- and 7:20
the Inapso Co., of B la eo e e wee two add tions to the urday for Boflay, where he wll b1 Solomon, of the Solomon FPrwiture ty little viMage is rapidly assuming the ening with Mr. A. L. Webb ad ta- __ 10 a. m.
ity he Ieath betwec 10 ant 18 cleiWb inmblr p at the ertices his regular appointment at the Bap. Company, charging him with the lar- proportions of a city. fly. There wil l
city e result oe f 4ee di interest last al ,, tst church. ceny of a floor rug valued at $3. He The average cut of the mill for th, Public Sc-ool No. 14 opened on in pobnc so
which weresult of th The r tonight sm we are pl d to note the m- will be given a preliminary hearing month just past was 230,000 eet per ov. 1st.with Miss Mary Spare, who 1: a m.
hiAs the yeme olle oe e h- is : l me 1 t. roveaent UrFthe condition of Lee before Judge Nichelsen this men day. has just returned from Madison, a The un
dren a to bless his alon, walso the .Nightly gis Mat.7:30 ad Barilow who has been quite ick for * J. W. LeMaistre has moved Camp n charge. The attendance_ good- hel as u
oheMutitl Kentuky girl lX whom ft Jjhegl r slaSI0088 l M eetig several days. Mary Thorsen, white, charged with No. I to a site on the main line. The The Klonayke school ha= been open at 3 p. m.
re lIing at the present time, eand Is very 2?The meetings have Rev. W. F. Clements filed his cursing and using obscene language, location of the new camnip is ideal. for some time. Miss Waters is the
who are as allows: e Wlker M- alre"y met with grest success. regular appointment at Beda lasTun. was sentenced to 30 days in jail yes- being convenient to water and easy __
ward D Haleot Ms Arthr A PA E ALARM. day. terday by the city recorder. of access. He expects to stay in his The Bride (
and Was Mildred D., of his ity d and The ladies of the Baptist churelt * present quarters until Marh 17. .... the Marriage
Malcolm C., of New York. iw In An alarm omling the &re department have purchased a flne le, wheh will L. Boley was tned $2 and costs in The bunalow of Charley Collins is general D w
Mexico., but wua wI aiiv w in -the to boxe 1 was red in reothe o- be placed a on the Ma-ouic Temaole, the the recorder's court yesterday for vio- now in the hands of the painters and
city in a few days. "ee staton a boM o'ek c d b hall of which Is being used bv the satiag the new stock ordinance. decorators, and when finished wHI be ay in n ..damd. i tests.luM g with your ing
His Pemaseio Career. afgtaon. A teleghoe ge M to Baptist DeopI for Sunday school and * an upto-date residence for the woods. weksstht akes a herd.. @t MasK, had answer
Wa. Aderson wa r of the stats sM ~ tha a ose ar other religt services. Eghteen cases were docketed for Dr. W. E. Grace paid a flying isi Poo oe not t Bt Mary
Pesacola three, ,inrf Tate's t a-Inhu ,ter Mor ,. and Mrs. J. H. Givens visited trial in the recorder's court yesterd to Montgomery last week in his auto- Sleep does not er do? -Dn
tn some postio t of public trU- t t tf ha t w hes Mg. Mrs. Givens's father. Mr. James Seventeen defendants were found g- mobile. The genial doctor expects to it is a to o b wh t pe at a ?
timnuosly during his gr nrter j asn partaet respeoa but w unable Chance, near Florala. lIast Sunday. ty and one case was coutinuned. One improve bb real estate in the Deep boeM be s.-,IMI the e ab w yo mad u.
esteemed and valsed itlsem. -- -to loase the e. was a false A4 good many of the farmers are of the defendants was transferred to Water City the last of this month. te whole ym wth y e
do t ime te at htis d-teafbe ws alarms nuing syrup and consequently the the county authorities. J. W. LeMalstre has had consider- For this icood hs
.________ young pQeople are having some enjoy able work done to his den lately. Sev-_ _
.-..-.. able a_ ita the cae r The val anorvices sl continue at trasplendid pictures of the old mas- OO
Sl** e dL m r o Jefkson and Aleaniz terms adorn the walls, and a complete ^ s r t
L --ttV~7 Aen -d+R L of_ The Journal tdehr ar.," a of the chu ,ton ake the en speculate as to ._e gpiigeag C<-li
IyorDedoorcam r en day-at7s- -- what may happen in Dee-mber. 1 In -a l m a < r I
.. srdoor, 1ca w. A fto MO. AL A-.A MV.. au





d reap


, Nov-


*nest and Homer Dia,
iturlay evening ine Bel
rs. Diamond and Mr.
ond, were up at MeDa-
and Sunday.
visitors in Pine Forest
3. A. Davis sad laugh-
sad Albon Dla3Romd, of
r. Duff n of Quintette, *
prince, Henderson, Tay-
a. Henry Klabish and
y spent Sunday evMM-g
r with Mr. A. IL. Webb
> and family have mov.
ewel lace to Mr. Mdl.
iy is sellng old grape vines this
a good way to start in
asinlesse as vines and
Eor planting can be isse-
here. "F'earnhil VIa.-
d example of what ca
grapes in tais county.
'rested to grapes should

dr. Boimeeys vlnelyrs.:,
Tends of Alfred Davi!-
ted to know that be,"
***cta gndny.
htIs visit in Pen-
ek with Mr. B. A. Dav e
be church services ia
hurch next Satuardy
Eday. Mr. L. I. Ile,.
wim preah Gauray
and Snday at 11 a.
p. Sunday school
ilso be church services
ol house No. 14. at
Bandar school wil bl
Ln the Methodist dearth
What Next.
who had advorteid It
Mahpr)-Ob, Hnry,.
BN you w ideU eat pia
rs! Theq a (who
r swet. wbtw am I to
Vu wet your boy to
It was only yesterday
prombae oit to eat pie
.-- lrper's Weekly.
of Two EviyH
bIs i wish that you
t = lpy aitf O W soi=
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China, Glassware, Silver, Tin and Enamelware. Everything Santa Claus Can Bring for the Little One,

We Will Pay Railroad Fare Fifty Miles With Every Twenty Five Dollar Purchas

The New York Sales Promoting Company took over Sam Rosenau's entire stock of Crockery,
Enamelware for a ten day sale. We will sell for cash only every article in our stock at 75 cents on
the biggest Christmas trade ever known in Pensacola, and we are going to get it. Everything we
The right kind of Home Furnishings at the right, Irces., ",-
This sale begins MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16. It affects the very goode now most in demand.
of'the season,' '
Special attention to Hotels, Restaurantg, Saloons, wh6 -eed thei4t-opply of Glassware, China, D
this sale will be cared for till Christmas for delivery.
This page, tells a little of the story about the sale, other papers tell more, but the full importance
until you *to the store and look for yourself. M .

China, Glassware, Silver, Tin and
the dollar. We have prepared for
can see or hear promises a booming

Bargain prices at the very height*



Any article bought


of this sale cannot be conceived



China and Glass Dept.






[ AT 10


A. M.

. 16I

35 Toilet Sets,
25 Toilet Sets,
25 Toilet Sets,
25 Toilet Sets,
25 Toilet Sets,

pieces, will
pieces, will
pieces, wl
pieces, will
pieces, will


at ...... ..$5.38
at...... ...........$2.48
at............... .$3.89

Staple Tumblers........ .:...................2c
Goblets .................................. 4c
Seven or twelve o tce........................ 5c
December Blown Tumblers ................... 5c
Glass Celery Tk* .........................8c
8-inch Glass CkeSalvers.................
No. 32 Glass Samples, complete ............. 20c

No. 37 Glass Samples, Crystal .......

Wine Glasses.....................
Finger Bowls......................
Glass Butter Dishes..............
Glass Sugar and Creams............
'Lamp Chimneys, No 2..............
Rochester Chimneys, No. 2...........
Lantern Globes ................
Double Side Wash Board...........
lOc Rolls Toilet Paper...............


. . . . 10c
........ .4c
....... 0c
. o . o.6c



We have just received a shipment of Ice Boxes, and will positively sell them at 25 per cent less than cost, TEN DAYS ONLY
Decorative Porcelain Vases, Statues, Candelbras, Plaques, Plates, Etc. A complete line of Lamps for oil or electricity, suitable for piano
desk, library, drawing room or boudoir table. Lamp and Candle Shades. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, AT 10 A. M.





107 South Palafox


Pensacola, Florida.

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Special Toilet Set Sale.

Sells and Sells Quick.
Advertising decorations under personal supervision of H. B. Loeb,
Southern Mana;er, office 311 Woodward Building, Birmingham, Ala.,
who reserves the right to name the prices to turn it into money in a rush.
Our store will be closed Friday and Saturday, making preparations.


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y. -wimp-.

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t the aer' ews. Although al from the extreme Pee to his ashes! Explicit Directions.
*Both the at erO k and the southland, he was receleved with the Stranger-My friend, why are yeo to brn salp
Southern Cotton Aseciation seem to The Wodds a deaeston at the con- 5- utm utmost courtesy and consideration A Good Elk. swearing so? Cussity-Why? Be- wte cir jert
be very much in varor of establsahng ventluo of the Oulf Coast Inland "Form a southern party, elect our throughout the state. At-Lewiston an "What! Is your husband a vege- cause of a blank fool of a doctor. I rewmd the
a c n of mamoth cotto nwire.- Wterways Associatio in Columbus, electors by the legislature of the re- ovation was given him such as is sel- tarian?" got some pills for a pan n my back
ss at o mammoth Atlantic G we veryn a a body and spective Southern states. Put into dom seen at a political gathering. His "Certainly. THow could he be any- and the directions read, 'Take one standard O ne
preedses at and Ala a e s body a nd m the electoral college 166 sovereign cogent presentation olfthe Issues, his thing else? He's a good Elk."-Chi- half hour before you feel the pa
0orts, where the iple can be stored prs elf so favorably upon the electors absolutely without instrO,. quaint, droll umor expressed In cage Tribune. coming on.' "-Judge.
aad warehouse ce artifates ied un onventiob that 'Hon. Duncan U. tion, select men loyal to the south,',
It that will be negotiable as emne .ltcher, Uatted States senator-elect first, last and always.
cal paper of the first class. If this from this state was elected president Commercially, the east and west
are natural enemies. The east is the
is done Pensacola should by all m f *~abem ad Mr. G. A. Wter- manufacturing section and cries lust-
pit in her claim a the smie of r e et man of this city its treasurer. Better ily for protection. The west is the
the warehouses, for it i concedetd selection could not have been made. agricultural section. and to tbem a

U wa -2 tU ".e."ft--e --t YOU' 1 THANK US FOR PADDIN6 YOUR MEM
oe Ya.e the be" t &wbor oathge Beh gflt emen ame well informed ea.- protective tariff is an imposition. If
C" nd018dvanagen t anthe bjectofinlandthe south will but withdraw from the
most unenviable position of being a
Our favor cannot be oveetoe by say wterways and they will not let the target for both sections it will not
tht ay be eed y r old. n the Uted States be log before the east and the west With the mention of our pretty and durable Japanese Mattngs laid on your dining roo
uch a warehome is a p&Swi 'worth ws.ate Mr. Fletcher will have superior will be fghting each other with ham-W
t ng for. nd our amber o rt t rther the terest o Thcome nto th electoral 35 cents a yard. None better, but many places will ask you mo for an inferior quaty.
0Cmmerce will probably take Vp thn o 0 sa0 d h0e is sure to do so. It college with their hands on eac.a oth-
matter t be F "arm TO aw tw t dhee t -m a Mrsisetesl efforW her's throats. The south, free at en- Extension Dinn Table, made of quartered oak,in gol finish, massive in construction
CottOn iosl dI|Htenr e Ito tunM tkoawry re% the purposes of this tangling alliances, will have the bal-
noa n^s* d a good .sstart um beenance of power. can command peace the kind your glud dren will be proud of, $15.00 to $25.00.
of either belligerent and on its ows
m MA tSM* n a meratIm will prob- terms. Under such eooditions no,
Our stem comtemporary, the sy labir vessels carrying only will the south have a seat a Sideboards from .W to $50.00.
Army ad Navy Jowunal tt es o a il t o ta thwe"*te he sceplet- national council board, but t can
wrngs wbhe It. sas that U was I NG& <* ir -O lg cI% i e have any place It wants, eve the
0 l Jtes sep 1 tolA 0 a l, Lk -I SW Adi@Md W Iand Waterways As- such a course ean harm to .e
bave foset M1ong to a frtusma Se as7eVA li isnm q s9t *emocracy to wblch we ao the m ft 100-110 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. PHONE-14T P
Job L B. Garda was the me ams he s- s o pe* F re owe our allegiance B a Is it f at
was ft ] e M f t ia e a. t o the ue ss at the democracy is not dead, it s a l-ving"
f-_that_______a__eGo was his* agg*h -Let each southern state easwl


a wr o cOV41h ra.4 s
review the actn eof
of appeals In Cbica-
govWiUnot a, re-
Vw famous 2,WUW
or The JournaL

i floor for

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.N6 wa b 4ft &ts orwadwatIo nsuring:southera accent seemed to ca"hthi
S r r to the southern people Anglo-Saxon fancy of the audience, and caTued a
VO F OPUUl- -supremacy and representative loeal wave of enthusiasm which lasted un-
9gorernmeut. Nationally we should tUl election day.
iscard the political "aeresies that have At Allentown, in Pennsylvapla,
S- THE WOS FR AZLE. worked disaster to us. We should be last week, the newspapers record a
SMditor Pesacola Jasl- ld ocrats, with our daily similar triumph. In Congressman Gold-
Th 'ISewIttical -U A accord ith democra- fogle's district In New York city, the -.
S The word f aszzle," Mr. Uiit s r, Ws C golden anl- In all our align- audience kept him talking until mid-
d c_ vewr common one amng Arlv me let that--be to us, politically, night, and compelled a promise to
S i ts toe 'woar. h id. lmUeawtm what the creed is to the Christian." speak again at the largest theater on
7- his d. to. .the East Side, an unusual compliment
S e OoAfCOe rtebattle atOlitee oe* o in coTomorrown-Concordia Club ech the Interesting
General Alfred Colquitt, ALAGAMA EDITOR gressman William Hughes's districtIn-
1 .. __.. n e.: ,. the f rst brisadge a thUt n t Gr- IN FLORIDA. eet woda h Members For thThe next two dayse pared For t
Fbm ac he n eth e aace Montgoery Advertiser. ande nihtme s i n a ore giving Hunt. Convene d
--Mfrom Jacksonville in three heavy col- 4 other points, until the 30th, after-a
.1 lumnS., cavalry in advance, artillery * * * which he is booked for West Virginia,
---- and infantry following -u der com- The editors of Alabama and returning to his home in Gainesville, Ca mns and their respective teams Special
Smane of Brigadier General Seymour..A.
**. 4 danced to Bdwends throughout the tat will be Fla. ,on election day. His fame has for the annual Thnk in hunt ive Oak, Nov.
Taw so.40" 3800 .46 advanced out to Baldwin. capturing sprrtheantate will be a- spread rapidly, and we predict -he will m aton of Woman'
S... .- .. .. Ok.. .. .. .. .. .. 1 five guns of companies A and 8. MlU- terested in the news that Milton A. be much in demand as a speakerin fu of he members of the Concordia Clbme eets in of Woman
5gi Uas.. *..*. e m b 9 ..1 Ct 4 ton Light artillery, which had been Smith. who so ably and for so long ture elections. He is one of the orig- and already the members of the two ladies an thiityi
ordered to Baldwin. On the 13th 1 conducted theAnniston Hot Blast nal Bryan men having supported team reeetn tbe p s where every arrn
Whe W a 1 ll lamoved to Ocean Pond. 13 miles from has entered the weekly newspaper' him since 1896." they will hunt on Thanksgiving day. ament o the
.,a U Lake City, and had field werkc s thrown field in Florida. Mr. Smith has be- ANOTH R O Ahe same rules will apply to th In a bo
up. Here as re-enforced, thecom- come the proprietor and editor of the ANOTHER OLD LAND hunt this year as last. and game kill- gates are expect
S"The 6th 19tl 23rd, 27th anlo 28th True Democrat, of Tallahassee, one of MARK IS REMOVED ed will count the following number least that many
Ste l bnh a r of Georgia regiments of infatrycleaest of points: Deer 300 turkey 200l, i A reepon w
e.__-_- -i eg re F imntts on asfthery i weeklies of Florida. He succeeds Special to The Journa. geese 150. mallard duck 75. all other delegaes d vi
I I the under Genattaon as the first John G. Collins as editor and proprie- Roberts, Fla.. Nov. 13.-Rev. John edible duck 5, quail 25 sparrow hawk akWoman's cl
Sour gunders of Chatham artillery awith tor and is salutatory appeared in D. Beck, of Cantonment, P., died 15, doves 20, hawk 20. ack snipe the board of tr
four guns of Chatham artillery attach- last week's issue of his newspaper. suddenly at his residence sometime squirrel 15 rabbit 15, lark 10, robin quiet.
Pon: iGio "ed l The 32ndt Georgia d the 64th r. Smith's judgment on pblic during the evening of November 5th, 5, black birds 1. The following
S Du m O 15---00. Georgia volunteers, the Florida a Georgia questions was sound and be was not between the house of 2 and 4 p. m. The Teams. entertaining"ro
battalions as the second brigade, un- given to Flrunnin off on hysterical His recent ill health and advanced The teams and the respective cap- ranged for the
tder command of Colonel G. P. Harr- ds. The lorida constituency of the age led his friends to expe,. ch n tn are as follows: november 17-
ACOLA ORIDA, FRIDAY MORNIN NOVEMBER 13, 1908. son; the 32nd Georgia with Guerand's new editor of the True Dmocrat will event at any time. The Be uis rzoni captain. Ed. Peae, Reeption tender
battery, also two mpaes of Flor- that he ha e courage of his was born in the city of Mou.omr... \ liams C. Ry Mitchell. W. club of Live Oak
It As Mr. sevelt hs now ida lit artller held in convictions. The editorial page will February 28th, 1838. Soon fr his R. Bike Jacob Fisher, B. M. B November 18
ere be ellwory radig.por.birth, his father mo ed !o 'i,jrad. fa, Jr.. Dick Snydr, G. H. Muller, C. meeting of feder
ntiUaed 6the word, let us e acu- sco and oofC caraway th Mr. Smith left daily newsp andmseolCedaeIuis Vette T. T. Phillips, W'. H. om lopena e
Srate as to its most famous historical of the 2nd Florid a cavalry va the whole or. ith left daily newspaper and settled .t te lac w he Hall, F. C. Humphreys. R. A. Fisher, Music, selected.
%nnV th wo In Alabama because his health died.
S saa g Na rate as to tlme rag femotn etorical of thive nd Flore ida cavalnfantry 4600, cavale broke down under the strain. His Reared by a pious parnag. ( J C. Whiting, Leo. Marzoni, Kirk Address of We
In elikseh atr omaMk was 600. with three batteries of 12 guns o associates of the Alasama press; at an early age joined the 31-sio:.ary .roroe, W. P. Owens, A. Zeius. V J. Humphreys. pres
t h m er the o ar thentertain the kindliest ises for him Baptist church and began to ;k *e .. Wil ams, Pat Eagan, Dan Hol- o i spon Mrs
e"tom 40 0 1 1 mt4 2 A a pwer, the advanced in three columns with nine himself for the ministry. A: .sx- VlLm t H-
o 3w OdGrl m tMs8 Mss : eIIs M I-a ceased to talk regiments of white troops and three ******* teen he was licensed to preach, land. p. C. Lewis, R. J. Lewis, J. S. vice president fe
Bet We tod tihst tohe r a3 1ad_ Me eMps~e t ia a Iacideatal "way regiments of negro troops with ar-. in season and out of season for liity Ni- i ox Jo r. Formal Call to
- ead i long lafe when a tragedy at iese itaselt in each issue tillery. Soon after the se as1 W hle eas u rwt NaM a sh- meantt tae engagement became gener- OF FIDDLERS. Feeling the necessity of a better du- Gae Quin, captain, Bob. Har- nvocation-Re
T...t..y. .e wO- 11to the evidees in detasiof al. The battle lasted four and a halt cation, he took ia thorough coursi:- gis, Pete Quina, Ille Riera. J. C. Van Report of Cre
e States is a very d wel- l ad bo esmaption hours, the enemy contesting the BirminghamAge-Herald. one of the Baptist seminaries, ;d Pelt J. E. Concannon, Report of gen
Tlheomd pot a- wryV9 e T. Veirl isNst f T-,r f I plenty ground stubbornly. In the meantime # after graduating taught school live o i e. earnest cVoy, W. G state.
itO .n w Jl .." .d 9* Wt -A m 1 g in t makes h& r- we captured 2 Napoleon sad 3 Pwrott ****** ** ** days In the week and prepared & ser- Dailey, A.cTouartl Geo Notce of speci
to su "oI im -OR a1.s guns, also L stand of colors. We press- MX HambuerOf Mobile. diri mon on the sixth to be delivered on terson. D. C. D Alenberte. J. tin n ord
34 e. ts6 M rah ei1Mr'. t4at ed them very closely for three miles that mbuddl ers in abundance t te theeventh. Welsh. Harry E. Graham, A. M. e- Ajournment 1
SdaytoWol until nightfall. The enemy retreat- Confederate reunion in Molle has At the breaking out of the civil Fr ois W ter Wite J. Owens Wednesday, 2:
It -5 eacc e turatte re 'wlftw a isho M em ty t ed that night in confusion to Sander- flooded Birmingham and the entire war he felt it is duty to espouse the N. Goldrin M. Gonsalez, P. K. To-te.
SMaMMtr eo ri t awre ady comig ina la son, leaving their killed at wounded state,nodoubt wit thLfollowing cir- cause of the south and for four years rkleb ck Chas. Hartaan, Henry Adre -Pre
ggw wavshA it t nadi in1 1 *r on the fi. Id. Four huadrse dad eight- cular: as soldier and chaplain ae made a Jeudene, A. H. aker, C V. Rice
notei MaMI, aut wly tae 4-r at ". S G e c. een of their wounded we picked up rTo the end that the interstate old record of honorable service. During Percy Ha Dudley R Sander Musicale-Live
the irta g s the pylrtes c-m. rem o edfromethWd rem eoved from the fei. We also fiddlers' contest may be the rcroar- service in the state of ouisiana. he c and aGjoy de Reception Live
S t th to buried 400 of their dead ad captured ingest of aca epocs since Nero became acquainted wit Mis Jenn November 19-
h e e tink to make vi s t te- reeas t over 200 prisoners. The victory was wielded the bow while imperial Rom Aiken. and wac shortly afterwards Call to Order.
whg ig g ^ o wg d *ot 0a ee oeca a at complete and the enemy retired e I sbured, every county official within happily married to that accompllshm a 4 Report of nomi
day in te papers. rAnd s eoat aty rapid retreat, worn to a frazzle, evac- 150 miles of Mobile is earnestly re- lady, who preceded him to a better VERNON. Special notices.

erarstlyat"ttarmygsu d e~te5ao er pt M ao w 18 am un and Baldwin, falling back on Jack. of every rural violinist who can and cessation of hostilities he again r-, Adjornomeut a<
,,| Y u w mat-sh~slw th e year one. sonville. Our loas in this engage- who will play something quick and turned, and settled down upon th'. special to Th JoanL Thursday, 2:30
Sm are isig to p meat was 93 killed and 841 wounded. devilish. old homestead. It was here the write Vrnon, Fla. Nov 12-Circuit chairmen containn
Mtie. S. a wM uis N eM c f. T -he im --.e l -il l Tbe t battlefield of Olustea was con- "It is the patriotic wish of the co- became acquainted with him, and dui- court which adjourned last wek tees. Ten minut
a NdA deadly ear.m .u m e I-m o1 fin ed entirely to the open pine w oods. mittee that te event may prove be- in a period of thirty years an intir tound two bills for murder one Adjournment a
hal C .ct h 4 that 0' ate Mo oouferWv i upon with the exception of the pond. There yond all doubt that there is more macy and mutual esteem for each against a negro who had killed an. (Australian ball
W, teMt the e-t the --O a Mr. 0. At. YVatemu secretary of the the fighting was very severe, as the real art to the square inch stored up other threw them frequently together, other negro at Span's still, and one Thursday, p
ofetietwMah l ig lM in city, by enemy attempted to mass ahin troops, In a 200-pound Alabama or Missisip- and furished ample opportunity for against John Gilbert, who i- charged Address-Mrs.
aI wMe bhave 1 tt city, Abut they were driven off the 6th roops, in afiddler than there is i any Sousaip- the writer to make a just estlnate ot with killing the engineer of the Sale- Consumers' Leag
*e to b ed cated, orI rat.r in elect and 32nd Georgia regiment We pr- aruso or Pan therkie since any osawn his character, and he hereby .takes Davis company, at Southport, about Music, selected
noton that.has r ratr t Mssspi to At sued them for over two miles to a of day. or Pe ki since the dawn pleasure in testifying to his Christian three weeks ago. It is reported that Adjournment.
Atps integrity and moral worth as a ti:w-ieilsthohatofdav.-
ti1vW t that wd must l -a late Iia" Waterways Asmsociation, branch w-hen darkness overtook s. "Senator Ipb Taylor ,of Tennessee, integrity and oral worth as a ci Gilbert, through his attorneys, will November 20
mUreal or fal e th9 gW o e. s adopted for the Gulf The infantry fire during the entire who thrice fl__d himself into the zen.' institute habeas corpus proceedings Call to order.
real or tefight was continuous. The negreo reg- governor's man of te old 'Volun- The Rev. Beck, while modest a soon in the endeavor to secure ball. Special notices.
AlS1 a tIl o than t tat oX me bi lam a iewy a or Iments were posted on their left sad ter state,' w.L. be on hand with an unassuming, was a scholar of no little The outcome is awaited w th much Announcement
W o ese as.. We ast utterly de- M.' Watw Is tieies 'worker In front were they were killed by unlimited supply of love, lIughter and attainment. He was a clo'e student intere t by the people. Old business.
S teW that standard and aem into er- la Say eerprise la which he Is en- hundreds d left on the field. The song. So, also, will be 'Squine Bill and added daily to his stock of in- Since the Forbes lands were tcrowd New buslne
ga4ene wi the t the wo a h e especially act- victory wa mainly due to the super- Newto., of Burrt Cork, Monroe coun- formation by a systematic application open to entry Vern has been crowd. D ss of
Oih 74 M. h & i t of P.m m noa. is t mal- lor fighting qualities of our troops t. Ala. who declares that at id- to the studies of phys/cy as well as ed with -people availing themselves Conferene of
on a-e an too"bore we@ a -96 1 and taeir determination ani unflach- ilUng he will hWie the senator lost metaphysics. of the generosity of the government Adjourf ent, 1
to pUt a sp to the slaohtr that hat s bs rCa system of talan3 ing valor. In the wdods wilti the moss growing He was a typical gentleman of the in giving to them a home. The ho. Friday, 2:30 p.
rob~d us, like an epidemic. sad is waterways whie wJen completed will Your correspondent was in* this on the wrong side of tCe trees, old South. Stranger as well as friend tels, as well as the officers before Special notices
t rbia as, pt so ar t erm ent bnet to ght and was taken prison at Bal- "We wi take good care of all par- had free access to as hospitality and whom te entries are made, are reap New busess.
b st ad st 0 aci ty. The con- win. "We wticipantake good care of ar- no man refused, because of lack of ing a harvest. There are about 80,.- ert from
e tiaad *ea oalyf ored Mr. Water. WM. H .TRIMMER. "A numberi'of frizes will be gievn. social rank. charitable relief. 00 acres of land subject to entry in ennal.
Sapproc auto atis a~ t olyt b eiored Mr. Water List of selections confined to the fol- Game and fish abounded within the this county, but the way It is being Special session
e approachin aut bile race a tta him treasurer of the clas 'Mississip Saw- limits of the old homestead. The entered it wil not last long. rom health dep
oa Thkgivig day from this City aasct t did an eXellent stroke PROOF OF THE PUDDING. yer.' 'Cotton-Eyed Joe,' 'Run, Nigger, famous Beck' lake was almost at J D Pts one of ur popular L
to loat and return promos to at wk for the latter, for e wll Run Sugar the Gourd,' 'Old Mol- I saac alton made his ome a n- merchants, has just returned from the leai
be the b est event of Its kid in maat l s seal tahe caus be Shreveport (La.) Times. lie Hare,' 'Billte In the Low Grounds.' Isaa Walton a heis A thananatardum, whe he eas Ao epts fora.
ir t eeea#' "Natchez Under the Hill., 'Devil eral rendezvous for their sports. A been under treatment for an affection Repot from gj
Sentire u e er arryng Among the Tailors.' 'Jennie. Get Your formidable fleet f boats, launehe of the head. A successful operation Adjournment, 5
on tha-l'e dayI la t vepash. it tnig to smoom-- --e-Hoe Cake Done,' 'Milk and Peaches, and batteaus were anchored at the waa performed, and "Dave" la now Friday, 10 a..
In Hamlet's te the play was Fifteen national banks have sur- '8peed the Plow,' 'Bill Cheatham, landing and their use waa free to all. well on the road to recovery. Address. Mr.
the tlang, blab / nowadays pt rendered their national charters and 'Leather Breec'~es,' 'Arkansas Travel- His, devices for catching fish embrac- We had a refreshing shower last States forestry.
ta tspo The returns trm the late state elec- have been converted into state banks eor' 'Within a Mile of Edinboro ed every variety of fishing tackle night. As it has been exceedingly ry Music, selected
tae precedene of pretty near- tion on the three constitutional amend- in Oklahoma aince the ruling of the Town,' 'The Lass of Goein,. 'Home, from sturgeon net to the fly 1hoot for quite awhile tae rain was un ni- Introduction of
lyI a other mundane affairs as a mat- meats submitted to the people are comptroller of the currency that na- Sweet Home.' 'Suwanee River.' *Hail for minnows. His stock of guns con- mously appreciated. Closing remark
tar of popular Interest among all coming ta slow but sue The Tal tional banks cannot take advantage of Columbia,' 'Fisher's Hornpipe,' 'The tained every species of s ie and call- All the democrats In the county a adjouram
classes and near tfe head of the taet o T Theal- the depositors' guarantee law. These Girl I Left Behind Me,' 'Who Will be bre. Knowing as he did the haunf s were elected, beating their populist
Is automobile ring, I f the is tm h f.1 p det of the 'avan- banks represent a total capitalization King but Charlie,' 'Irist Washerwom- and habits of the denizens of wood opponents n each stae b a very
Automobile racing. It is fua ot na Nwa. who aU aside knowledge of 572.000, with an average capital an, Dixie, "After the Yearlings, and stream, his companionship was handsome majority. The democfata Low
thrills for contestants and spectators o0 this bjeet, says that up until stock of nearly $40,000 each. Devil's Dream.' 'Alabama Gals,' eagerly sought by the lovers of these are consequently' elated, with the re- rr Al
alike an it Is lea sport in wTch oo O Satday comlta rt The individual deposits in national Sweet Gals in the Piney Wood.. npports. verse feeling prevailing in the pop -t
the ts o element of immorality or were in from only ten unties and since the first of last May. They fell Cackled,' 'John T. Moore, and 'Sallie, where the poor and needy called for Birds are very. plentiful aroul Ver-
brintsty. Also it has in it a large th e aa- meuts had been defeated in off over $600,000 from July 15 to Sep- Put the Saddle n the Old Gray Mule' help. The Indians were the especial non and Holmes Valley this year. rim
easue of utility for the general all of them by a ratio of eight to one. member 23. the date of the last call. "MAX AMBURGER, JR.'" beneficiaries of his labors, and his There are morq tban there have been
god. for directly and indirectly it As the cokteas-dent observes, "It During the last mentioned period 21 name with them was a synonym for for some years. On account of the
is contributory to the cae of good impasse to carry a consttu-new state banks were organized In love and respect. outlines of th scarcity of irt4 4os th are not be-
roads in all parts of this country. tlsa, aidnment Il leoridad," and if of the business of the national banks. TRIBUTE TO FRANK CLARK trthy man. He was laid at rest in progresses, however, they will getrat
The automobile race scheduled for we t..M needed changes in If the guarantee law prove to be a N. Y. Ntional industrial News the family burying ground on Satur- that is coming to them.
Thakslgiving day, in which there will or orgaaloe must find some success it is probably that the num. Naon nsia day, the 7th of November, to await
eeay entries. deerhes the ber of national banks in Oklahomna $ . . '. * the general resurrection. A BROKEN BACK.
maunmyr entries.-deorves the p-8 oter? tr*. in If these will be reduced to a minimum. The deceased leaves behind him That pain in your back caused by Aga Ta]
port o everybody in Pe ool sad aefd ta 4 lost t wil Before another presidential election "Hon. rank ark the eloquent to mourn his death two sons, Tho- lumba, f usle or a sta is
the towns on the route, for it will mightmly movemeat for the country will have absolute proof member of congress from Florida. is dore B. and Eugene Beck. Also threo an easy thing to get rid of. Bellard's 000
give tlIa pleasant a eiti te a s tn A m of the wisdom of the Democratic one of the few members of the nation- sisters, Mrs. L. A. Beck, Mrs. S. T. Snow Uniment aest rihet Z:W -,
to the day not possible tur so meany --.^n.^ ^ su .plan for safeguarding the money of al house of representatives who have Smith, and Mrs. w. S. Hall, all of lumbago, sore an stif musdes-
tol the day not ble to so many ary dele t e against a pro- depositors under a guarantee law. 'made good.' as spell-binders in this whom are now resTdents of San An- strains, sprains, cats, burns. 4rams, esAN
people in any other form of sport, posed ae0dimm teeanse somebody \ campaign. He has been in harness tonio, Texas. scalds saall aUebes ad pains. You Wiseati
And moreover, in the press dispatches said it Involved mere taxation, and & * * C C C C CC C from the beginning of the fight in A large crowd of friends attended need a bottle In your lome. meat given out b

saeola will be red in all parts of thth to .the merits of the propos- ea l ET SOUTH WITHDRAW clear gain o per centum of the writer, and the many floral offerings Aem rte apo, application would
St4ou wllm-L readve prtisi o tpiay i .to.the me~rts of tre propesi FROM DEMOCRACY. entire vote in tie September elections, from Pensacola and vicinity were ev- 121 Soath PaS "et. P. preme cowt of
ts know.utry-ad advertla pays, ton is not the 'way to make a wise W .W. Osbore ,in. Savannah and carried tet of the twenty coun- idences of esteem for this Christian ,Fa. 'aeme con



PRoiam Pre-
he Meeting to
Next Week.

The Jeurnal.
12.-The state fedel.
s Clubs of Florida
r next week. and the
s generally are mak-
ement for the enter.
delegates and visit-
ut seventy-Ave dele-
ed and at the very
nore visitors.
ill be tendered the
Isitora by the Live
ub, and oie evening
de will give a ban-
very instructive and
gram has been art
Tuesday afternoon.
ed by the Woman's
t, at the armory.
Wednesday, 9 a. m..
ration board; 10 a.
ig of tfe convention.
lcome-Mr%. A. L.
ident Woman's club
C. J. Huber, first
Order-President of
v. R. V. Atkinson.
dentials Committe.
eral officer* of the
al committees of the
30 p. m.-Music, se-
dent of the federa-
Oak club.
Oak rd of Trade.
Thursday, 9:30 a. m.
eating committee.
club reports
t 12 o'clock.
p. m.-Reports of
aed) of state commit-
* discourse for each,
t 4:30 *for election.
m.-Misic. selected.
Florence Kelley, at
ue, New York city.

Friday, 10 a. m.

of elected officers.

lans for year's work.
itate presidents.
2:30. .
m.-Call to olsr.

state delegates to bl.
n) and discussion
eU-Stevens Jackson*
-Tubemulosis as It
peeial eommittees.
p. m.
-Music, selected.
os Mills, United

new officers.
's by the pre'ideat.

TO U. S.


of Justice to
ke Up ThaV

or. 12.-Ia a state-
y the department of
was announced that
be made to the S-
the United States
med on Monday, No-
iMa fj ertllrrslst

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TME PE~i8ACOA-JOUkk-ALk.l]pAY ..MIORN1W4(i, NOVEMBER i13, 155.






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Zagbe M Ow -Avia. on r C
* he prova d -- one of the A
0lwg hme e slaien bets
i as they lay attS itingn o
faor am lovely all was eo-
Mig Use who setiMe tWmesete
OMmes. hs a-Ae her a Ceehal a s-
ts ia h aeell sedry girl aaince
bar -g eaemfsd te altrahe th.b-
:Som se teuptos me,

S9e Muher deeone of the love-
osd IMA ofanseses.
Her- pm as -Yesterdaya moarail
IS &fe edfoted a Butter of supessed

*er slrt green at with nts-

i Ml- aat o tWe lovely dak
br*ade. 0141em oealaothge was ao

p Stggroat w greases saa carried

Ur.a aan
-Aluer Aer w aad ood. MrE Wroes
MIS OMA 2,ea Ktaof theex
% iles.& AH jhati Na abPqte O of
I Ptat wh sh9mee. maad carried

Albedt Avheray D r.sciarnce Hut-
diaos am. as-ersdiNn.
chesro note, aobeen axe f aa ft.=e
Ais wdsoia Ast sinac heOeivent.
of her 2.rmr4pbot I& Pes-aoIa

who la a & I51 yoUNg KlatuckisAL


J-t around the cor-
aw. We're ready,
for .nstamce

Princsps Fruit Cake

at 5 per pound.

remiwr's Fruit Cake

at 3k per pound

Cohan a Goo.


c ts fromn a family whose name is
haowh thaouglst the length and
breath of the B Gram state, and
has -in making a remarkable
hi e a the city.
Swealth of bridal gifts, both from
Paemlta friends and from those
abI d, attet to the admiration and
atemm in ch the young people are
ualvewllyXeth. Mr. and Mrs. Forbes
left as the soon train yesterday on an
extended wedding tour, after which
they will be at home in- Hopkinaville.
The meeting of the Children of the
Confederacy, which was'to have taken
plawe this afternoon at the home ,of
Mm 0. Hale Wilson, will be post-
posed wntil Saturday, on account of
Mhe death of Mr. Anderson. All
DaMters of the Confederacy are re-
quested to attend the funeral today,
and to wear their badges,
The members of the Forbes-Bass
wedding party will be entertained at
dinner this evening, and later at a
theatre party. The event is pleasant.
ty planned aad is anticipated with
much interest.
The ladles of Temple Beth-UE will
entertain at euchre at the Progress
Club oa next Moeday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock, when one of the delight-
fully informal aslirs characteristic of
the society will occur.
The New City PHnch Club held a
delightful meeting at the home of
Mrs. C. S. mBnacker yesterday after-
oon., the members presenting the
hta&S with a soum nir spoon as a
birthday r6eaiub..nce, as the inter-
tiNg date Calls on today. The after-
moon was giva, -however, in hopor of
Mrs. erry, a Water of Mrs. Bonacker,
who"'i here from Richmond, Va.
TIe election of odncers also occur-
red yesterday, Mrs. J. C. Joyner hav-
ing been choose presioddent, and Mrs.
CoUins secretary and treasurer. Re-
fr"yw-Vute were served: the event
proving one of the most interesting in
the history of the club.
Mrs. G. A. Waterman entertained at
a delightful informal affair yesterday
afternoon in honor of her guest, Miss
Parkerson. of New Orleans, her pretty
apartments at the Allen House having
been attractively arranged for the in-
teresting little event. Bridge consti-
Ated the'afternoon's diversion. Miss
Coma Mallory receiving first prise, Miss
ULszile McGaughy second, and Miss
Cora Hunt third. Dainty refifsh-
meats were served. Miss Parterson,
who ia one of the attractive young
laies who Xre figuring prominently
In the social whirl of the week, was
also guest of haoor at a bridge party
given by MIs Cora Hunt on Wednes-
One of the notable events of the
week occurred last night at the Osce-
el Club. .when Mrs. R. F. Mitchell
was hostess at a delightful dance
given Io honor of her guests, the
MINms Coachman ud Mumnnerlyn, ot
JackiaeMre. 'The ball room present-
ed a brilliant spectacle with It hmand-
omlF w 8e00d attractive society
giM an .at who were In attend-
,nce, the event proving oe of the nt-
*6t "enjoyment to all who were pres-
et. That Mr. Mitehell is aan eal
hostess was attete d a most delight-
ful minmer at -et ht's function,
when the oclal set e0oyed one of the
mo t pleasing evenings of the season
FIoowing are the names of those
I who won prime at the regular meet-
'Ing of the Pastime Club held at the
home of Mrs. Bessie Rady, of Belmont
street, on Wedneaday night: Ladies"
ac e, Ws. 1. x. Davis; ladles' lone
band. Mrs J. J G Itestra; ladles'
booby. Mrs. Dan rurpy; gmt'-a's
ace, Mr. J. G. Yniestra; gentletan's
lose hand, l. M. Davis; gentleman's

booby, N. Soderquest. The next meet-
ing of the club will occur- at the orIe
of Mrs. Walter 1indstrom Oa West
GovernmentL street A pretty gtmure
of Wednesday might's event was the
presentation of a handsome coarette
by the.hostess to Miss Loretta Mur-
biy, a young liy whose duty Mt has
been for the past year to keep score
for the Pastime. Her amiability and
unfailing good nature have won her
many friends In the club, and the pret-
ty favor was a token of a general as
An important meeting was held at
the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon
when the members of the Civic lAgue
of Pensacola gathered in their regular
meeting. A large atendance resulted
from the great amount of Interest
which has been aroused in local cir-
Although no formal report of the
committee on membership a re-
ceived, it was learned th mat y new
members have already added their
names to the list, as a direct and most
satisfactory result of the seal of
the ladies who hbve been en-
thusiastic in the mutter fro the
start, and whose influence has been
brought to bear In places where the
most good ar be derived. Yaser-
day afternoon, the chief work in haun
proved the assignment of coMnimttees,
the members of which will hold sep-
arate meetings before the next club
day, reports of which must be reby
to submit to the president.
The subjects of neighborhood im-
provement associations and t bill
board nuisance were touched4- Pon,
nothing definite, however w be
done until matters have iauaaM a
more substantial 'basis. koMi ,
however, continues to ifcreme, ome
member having reported 15 vew
names as a result of scarcely two
week's effort.
The Mens Bible Class of the Pres-
byterian church was entertained at
the Y. M. C. A. 4ast night, te first
part of the evening having been given
over to bowling and other games, a
pleasant social hour having been en-
joyed by those present. A business
meeting took place afterward. The
class was recently orgmaized with B.
S. Williams as president, A. Still-
man vice president, and JYs. T. Ger-
aids secretary and treasurer. laet
night marked the first social or busi-
ness event in which the new associa-
tion has figured. It is the purpose of
the Y. M. C. A. to entertain other
bibles classes in the city during the
present season, the idea having al-
ready proven very popular.
Today is the tower show. T7i
morning hundreds of the great plumy
blossoms of the a utin tide, tke chry-
santhemum. will find their w r t the
various local schoi. and veryl
in the day, thoe ade ioa f t-this sel
Improvement Association wMil ierve
that, the exhibit will be tar wo -
bitious than first anticipated. lr
one is Interested in the sbw. Hav-
ing a real live fSower sBow a t o a o
toward civic development which as
to be put down lightly. 4nd rw to
bound to be a large number e i-l
society folk at the pretty Safb s
There is to be absolutely so ejdM-
eion charges/although the Sewers at
to be sold in order to defray eeess

ULU FRDA4EorNiNG.mck 139 19M5.

ariing from the exhibition. Two
prices *rll be given respectlely to
the ereon offering the iSest single
spechnen, and to the aast aMactive
collection as entered.
The afternoon ad evening are to
be given over to the viewing of the
blossoms, and school will be dismiss~i
tble afteruid. tha affording the
youthful members of the School Im-
provement Association an opportunity
of being present throughout the day.
The Judge will meet at the Keyser
buikling at 3:0 o'clock.
R. F. Masaey, of Freepert, is in the
city on business.
C. C. Barr mto of Pleport, is
spending the ,week in Pa ola.
John T. Hmper retried to Rob-
erts Gast night after a short visit

Mr. R. H. Turner, whose condition
was slightly imrptwved yester reset
ed well last niaLt. He is .til, how-
ever, in a very critical condition.
Rev. Julian S. Sib-ey, who has been
out of the city, is expected to return
hoge today.
Miss Nell Richards is in Gilfport,
where uhe Is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Favorite.
Thbee is to be absolutely no charge
at the chrysntlimnmm show this .f-
teroon. An erroneous report to the
effect that admission will -be asked has
in asme way nganed credence.
,Ole oil, take itraa Uy., is excel-
lent for bliousae-ad wi 4oo mBnh
to imlprme a yetbwe pimpled am,-
M6~n~e by taking-spoonful before
breaasta and one at bedtime.
Vaseline is a common medicine for
tb lo-ka- It is cheap and ahnlmost
never ln lai rjults. for 't brings
tt a crop of nw hair. You. have
dy to try it awhile en the edges of
te hair about the face to learn that.
Warm olive oil Is another remedy.
english cosmetic, for greasy skins.
is 4 combination f rose vinegar and
oae water. To make the vinegar half
an ounce of dried rose leaves should
be laced in a gill of white wne vine-
gar for five or six days and the liquf
strained off. To this suacient rose-
water Is added to reduce it to an
agreeable strength. It may tbe used
twiep a day or once only, if the skin
is iot very oily.
A clear skin is one of the essentials
of good health and beauty, and noth-
lag conduces more to this end than
frquet baths and brisk rubbing.
ey ll do m h to m kee tkeepthe skin
soft and ie whole body vigorous.
There is ruination to the complexion
In sitting out of doors, on pro-
tecthd plaza, for strong light, amot
as ueh as the direct rys of the sen,
will burn and freckle those whose
skin is delicate. Tha is Ie fact that
a miMdle4ed should W eN-
ber, tor skin that has let the fresh
neVss f yoth will ftes suadenly de-
vebap brows freckles that will remain
an titer.
ftYe woman who oares far her hands
oeMp welr Ne tom a- awel eleves
whea doing any wck In the house. It
SIs dustinga arrabgs books, look-
of ter the pantry ahelve or sweep-
'sbe wnt her bamnd cvereld.
fw things are more mainly and n-
ttiwtive than a pair of reddened
aSed h-ade wth Trrogular nalMs. AN

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The ring was starched very stiff and
Ironed upon the wrong side to raise
the embroidery ptitches.
Since band *ochet work is used
Mpon small dollies, It is advisable to
work the edge of the dolly in a man-
ner so that the lace can be crocheted
to the buttonhole edge and not sewed.
If sewed to the edge, it draws on the
buttonhole stitches and, in time, it
1 fray from the doily, leaving torn
plecea or edges not easily mended.
After working a doily, do not cut it
from the piece of goods until it is
thoroughly washed, dried and pressed.
Then cut the goods far enough frb.m
the edge to turn back and make a
eat hem. This should .be stitched
by haU with very fine machine thread.
say 100 thread. Crochet a chain
stitch through the buttonhole stitches
and you have a durable foundation
for a lace border of any depth. If
the material is heavy, do not attempt
to torn the edge twice, but plit it in
places, draw it back end whip it to
the material but pva all stitches un-
der the biethaolh edge.
A skirt, eiOa whan properly made.
wil a ag In e wearing. This is
cavr4i brhe may bias Itnes. To
a Ms chesms. lt'oesisble. a skirt
pW w ia sy gores, especially
ift skbt is np be worn conti-'lty
or or street wear.
TI my sems give added
safk to the skirt ad the bias
edge s the a a oIs t 'wide
eauu& to car any serious daate



He Had a Fuzsy Feeling.
In the soft twil let of a summer
afternoon mother came upon Young
Hopeful standing In a brown stay by
the greenhouse door. His hands were
clasped before him and his lips were
dejectedly parted, says Harper's Week-
"Why, what's the matter, lamb?"
mother asked, bending over him.
"I'm linking, muvor."
"What about, little maa?"
"Have gooseberries any legs, mav-
ver ?"
"Why, no; of course not, dearie."
A deeper shade fell athwart deie's


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tation for making the beet, the kind that ladts a Ietlo*.


A Tired Workit
will find recpeation
and strength from a
lunch on

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For men who appreciate
quality, style and comfort,
without doubt the highest
grade man's shobe made.
$.00 to $8.00.
We carry all widths and
sizes, and a varied range of
lasts to select from.

Feet Furnishers For Folks.
102S South Palafox St.

does not protect the skin and nails
from the action of dust and hot water.
A number of women who realise how
mortifying it Is to put a pair tof red, .
ugly hands over the dinner table or
piano keys or card table in the even-
ing wear these flannel gloves even
when they are wing the best china
and silver. One can buy these gloves
in the, s os for about 15 cents a pair.
wMany women c eome middle aged
Ssimpe reason that they al-
low middle-aged habits to steal upon
them asd relapse into a state of physl-.
cal indolence just at a time when they
should fight against this tendency to
give up exercise. "The best prevent-
Ivm against growtg middle aged,"
sys woman of 5, whoe
1n=w edface and slim figure give
h the appearance of being at least
fifteen years younger than her reea
age, "are cheerfulness, a strict determ-
natiA ot to worry over trifles, and
a sense of humor that saves one from
depression. A cold tub every morn-
ing, a walk every day in rain or sun-
shine. a e massage with coid c ream
at night, ten minutes' physical exer-
cise immediately on rising, friction
of the hair to stimulate its grwth,
wli keep any woman free from wrin-
kles aad will preserve the contour
of her igure."
If the waist fastes down the front
beneath a plaited frill, a neat finish
Ior the collar is a similar frill at the
base. a
Nothing could make a nicer gift
than a handkerchief case, and one re-
cently seen was not only pretty, but
Useful and inexpensive. It was a fat
bag of rVwain ea, calloped in green
d the effect wa clean and neat. It
would take only .a few stitches to
make such a gift sad it could not ail
to be acceptable to one's friends.
A good embroiderer uses much pad-
ding in working satin stitch and the
like, nor does she attempt to make
butteO e scallops without first runm-
ning In a line of thread on both the
Outpr and inner lines of the scaHlop,
then softly padding -between the lines.
Padding should be done with soft
darning thread or untwisted embroid-
ery cotton. A loosely run outline
stitch is the best. Take great care
not to pucker the work. and do not
' pad too near the edge of the design.
The Peter Pan collar is familiar,
but few people know how readily an
effective cllar of this type may be
made trimmed with lace appliqued to
the linen and buttonholed in place.
The linen may then be cut from um-
dorneath, giving the decoration a trans-
parent effect. These collars are espe-
cially PaLtty, and they are made in
so many charming and attractive ways
that Ite might easily have a clean
coear every day in the year without
any two being alike. To wear with
these collars there are many fine little
butter hiws, which are trimmed
with hlace ad bits of inseortion
In the average home the napkin
ring is not used, but one sees them
In large boarding houses where the
table lilen l not changed after each
meal If one is destined to live in a
>oard lng have fine silver napkin rings, but a
pretty one of linen can be used. A
neat one with a wild rose pattern,
from which extended two tabs held to-
gether with a small button, was
shown. The wild rose was outlined
aad heavily embroidered with white
floss, while the straps were notched
andlsdged with white floss. The own-
er's'name was embroidered in white.

from saggugl. ad as a rule win not
tall in ugly line.
Ia cutting out a skirt patter there
is always one ore which follows the
fine of the selvedge, aWt the opposite
side of the gore is bias. In joining
the gores together one bias edge
must always he sewed against one
straight edge to prevent the skirt
ber sasim g.
Modish s street cmeot of wood-
brow supple Cloth, eat in e piece,
with self-toe satio girdle marking
the wat line, above and below wah
an eaf side is a rw of brow cre-
chet buttoma eld three ars of war-
row -a-u-Fe.6rald uateblag the ma-
teria. Sti lar deomatia adoS. 4the
long sleeves, which-We Iniset ax
hand with a deep cuff at frill of
ecru lace. The high stock has a
double frill of narrow lace at top and
around Jbottom there is a ful collar of
lace matchig that mn d on sleeves.
Other than the button ad held the
skirt is perfectly plain, but quite long.
A clever device for protecting hand-
some gwawa s called a dress bag. It
it made of silesia or coammo muslin.
and-is shirred at the top, with a draw-
string. The ends of the string are
run through loops in the dress skirt
and waist, and then Cae bag is clos-
ed and hung up t. a closet. Neither
moth nor dust can corrupt, though
one must admit that thieves ca till
break through anl steal.
Embroidered rules to black, white
and colors, four and one-half yards in
length, are shown in the lining de-
partments. They are intended for
making ptticoats and are a saving of
time to the woman who does her own
For the cold winter days instead of
a fur scarf there Is a new muffler
of knitted silk which fts snugly
around the throat and the ends lie
-smoothly over the chest. The purchas-
er can be as fastidious as he chooses
in the selection of the color, for they
come in all the desirable shades.
At little cost one can have a neat
glass bathroom shelf made with nick-
el or porcelain brackets to hold the
cealection of bottles, brurbhes and
salve pots that the modern woman in-
cludes among her toilet reqhistes.
Taese shelves are sold in aa bssort-
ment of sizes and are mide of thick
plain glass with rounded corners. A
few of the self-labeled mug and toilet
bottles that areiow offered at prices
ranging from a up will oe use-
ful to hold toilet water, tooth wash
and the other essential aids'to cleaalU-
nees and daintiness.
An all beechwood trunk is ow be-
ing offered in some of the shops with
the am-ranee that it will positively
withstand the rough usage of much
travel. These trunks come in three
sizes and they have rounded corners,
which are neither painted nor fanci-
fully decorated, but the plain and
heavy sections of wood are finished
naturally with more wood braces anr
brass re-enforcements. Even the
trayo are of beechwood overlaid on
both sides with mall patterned lin-
en in tan or gray. They are compar-
atively light and look as if they
would stand a good deal of hard wear
and tear.
One of the prettiest little tea
strainers imaginable Js of German sil-
ver wires woven ike a basket with
a small round bowl of clear glassM
rimmed with the silver. 7Tae strainer
is most attractive.
Tiny Imitatio sgold chAn prses,
about one and =neslf Inc in size,
are the late wrinkles in an pirses.
and are worn on the end "of a watch
chain which Is looped up thro ugh e
top buttonhole of a woman's tailored
A plate warmer, made of German
silver, is a practical affair a ost-
ess. It Is a round plaue of pierced
silver, supported by a starN, over
a little alcohol burner. A mal sll-
ver late is mmneditely O ver the
burner so that the blase camot come
in contact with the dish cm top, but
eating it thoroughly. The tad can
be placed on the table, where a plat-
ter of chops, a plate of toast or a hot
sauce can be kept as war as when it
came from the stove.
Friday. Nov. 1.M
Baked Pears, with Cre
Parsley Omelet.
Par-led Potatoea.
ILgt Blaeut.
Whestnra and Creamm Lait.
The Journal.

B sad Baer.
Sated eof Oraagem.
Cottage Pudding wt e*ml.
Tee. Cases
Puree of UIns Uas.
Spaghetti a l'tJSase.
Potatoes au Grata.
Fried E igplat.
Celery and Crker Salald.
mnow Puddnlg. Cafe Ne l. .
Wheli you taste a peddtag or e~ter
fine dessert that causes you to praise
the cook, you will probably End mt
she uses Blue Ribbea PFlvoring Ex-


We IamiAr them by a
new mrt4hod A steiB
heated machine md
/specially for iroamog
cuff Iro them per-
fectly with one opr
tion syd with le woar
on the linen, too.
Same story on comism
Let us senda wagol

I. w. LAWRENCE, Prepeoa .
15-17 W. ROMAN ST.
Ph*e"e Il



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The woman who does
her Own work ought to
have the vrybest
everything to do it wi
Take this matter of
dish-washing, for ex-
ample-it pays to me
Ivory Soap even forthat
Ivory Soap Ae"" the
abhes as thoroughly as
any soap can; while, at
the same time, it is so
mild and pure that it
does not injure the

Ivory Soap

99*4W Per Calt. Pue.

toe as hIe raised his glance to her.
Then. murver, I've swallowed a
An Indianapolis man. wintering In
Spain, lunched at the monaatery of the
Benedictines. After lunch he took
out his cigar case. "I don't suppose
yoU object to smoking here?" he said
to the white-clad monk atte:nat.
"Yes, sir, we do," the monk answered.
"There is a lF against smoking in
the refectory." "Thea where do alt
the cigar and cigarette stubs come
from that I see about me?" "Frome
gentlemen who didn't ask about the
law," the monk replied, mildir.-Ar-
At I. 0. 0. F. Hall. Friday, Nov. 13,
given by Naomi Rebekah Lodge No.
10. The tickets bought the previous
week remain good. Admission, 25
cents. *
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Coronet Puffs, wavy and
straight switches, fluffyhar
rolls. Hair nets in different
shades. Best goods at lowest
prices at
Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery,
No. 11 East Intn n St

Selling is True

You'll rea- just what tMe
m e an by buying here.
Bulk Perycles, Sauer Kra
Herring, Spanm Ribs ed PM.
Feet a specialty right
Just arrived-FLOWR AND
We also feature HameM,
Crockery, Statlonery, GlassaTlu,




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What You Want Someone Else May Have. A ADVERTISE IT ra What You Have Someone Else M



ay Want.

W at effvsI l I-m.asir.ys Ion th Alca-
Cor br a -..o-arr ..oia on worth Reis street. near Gadaden
Street com-ta 6 OmN a wth lo feet isi. listed for only a

SWill gt a vry aU-e bone em De r street, near Gregory street, of
1' 5 1O$. wi.,aB e 4Mx feeta. te .ny car ime.
Rim -lnurace. .City Maps.

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Loging MW Rea>b. Lmu -a "mine Aoints.
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]Do you want to stop it? Would you
_like to own a home, paying for It on a
l ~basis Just like rent? We will build a
$3150. house to suit you. on East Hill, and the
best part of the hill, selling same to you
One-half block (10 lots) on easy monthly payments. In seven
.n years you will own a boMn- and have no
.with 5-room house, wind- ent to pay. Come in and tll us what
Ss t plan yoI want. and we will tell you what
mill, fruit, all fenced. East it will cost ou.we w ou wat
Hill. $10,000 to lend on im-
$2000. proved property.
One-story-and-half house, r'o v p ..
No. 505 East Ga&d n St., Leslie
fairly close in. Leshe E. Brooks Co.
$200. (Incorporated.)
New cottage No. 404 East 4 th afox, treat.
Jackson Street, all conven-
iences, large lot. Will sell on
easy terms. $


Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Residence Section
of East Hill, block from
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, hot and cold water,
sanitary connections, 9-
foot front and side gal-
lery. South front. Large
lot. The balance like
rent. Don't slave for



5 lots on 16th ave-
nue car line, the
cheapest nronertv

- to lend on first-class security in this section $1100 U

S, .... Apply Clerk at Merchanl's. Hotel. Second Floor Thien dg. PHONE 608
$ a mont for 2-story, 1. 3nov4t* ---o---oo----dg ton ,Fla. PO u0 Ii
Mand hall h0ouie with FOR SAL,-Ftur-room house near Mrs. HELP--A-NTED.---- ld -
Morgan's, "All Bay." 165 feet front ,n HELP WANTED.
all m1 modern improvement, on s an i p t neshade and many WANTED. _
m a__ resh. Phone 549 or write P. 0. Box "B, OFFICE BOY WANTBD-Apply 8 a. Wme
Sa PenSacol. 13nov2w Saunders Mill Co.. ces Galden St WE WANT to make your stencils and TO LOAN NOT SO MANY YEARS AGO, mud was ankle deep a
pht keys, and do any knd of electrical or ine street, here, cows, and goats, roamed the streets
n C r FO SAL-One black mare with bar- mechanical repairing. Barraca & Thomp- ON SHORT trah barrels placed alone the sidewalk cars were drawn
011 OnC. _ C sr and Babcock-buggy. Also young WANTFD-Cazriers wanted at The JoUr- son. 10 E. Garden St Phone 619. 2st a first-class tatel in the city. The city lmits were about
The Fisher Real Estate J"aney cow. Horse can be bought without nal office. Apply Circulation Dept. NOTICE the courthou, and boys hunted birds from two and one-h
b-uyig the buggy. Call at 1000 North Al- WANTED- Kodak developing and print- l NOTICEOut t t ow at one time as lose It charter and
Ae y ca St. novl3tf WANTED-Railway ratl cl-rks: eustoms ing at Johnson's Book Store. 10novlh.* The population was then about 30,000. The traveling men
D YOU SAY WOOD I sell n our employees, clerks at Washingtn. Coin- WANTED--Postion as lineman for elec- On City Real Estate in aa dead town. Lots in the sing from
FOR RENT. sN110-0. No lpf; tric light or telephone. Capable of tak- Aro $50 Up
mill y foot of 10th avenue, at 40c Many examinations soon. PreparfiOn Ing charge of small plant. No reasonable HOW IS IT TO-DAY, with its miles of paved streets a
FaOR RENT a k-' that one horse can haul. 40. free. Write immediately. Franklin In- offer refud. Address 'Electrician.' Amounrts from $50 Up. magnificent hotels, its lendid electric car system, its be
Good rtwood ready cut, tove, titute. 2 Rochester, N Y. Snov-n are Journal. nov01w* ecton three to five mes from the court house, with
grat or Areplace. Lay in a good supply $ .00 to $ 0.00 each, and a elation nearing 75,000,
STOE FOR RENT-104 East Wright t. price upand thermometer WANTE Evr an woman and child WANT ---Position as agent or collector boo the tra in menay i an uptodate pr
No better location in thel city. This down. end a drly. lo . in Pensacoa to know aboutTh wthn ot and the by experienced New Battle Hose, u under
atomr Is nthe last chance in thisablock. Pru s do2, wni aul you a Fbigload.e atO. lo.Inesagolato s i wa bo woang and clothi nh.Addrbyexspeie n c d Jo4 manr-boosTthe trav oelengcmen say e Newantup-to-date &der
2 on for a ^m t marllt. t- Walker, Agen .-novl2tf clos ageinont is practically prrtrel, the citCs growth w9nderf.
otion for a good m t rt gen nov2 ing and general merchandise. Green- ragossa, or phone 837. 7nolw* agement is practically perfect, the city's growth wnderf
Chant-tallor. misntery or ny other I -AGE LOT COR. 1E. AND DE- blatt. 139 E. Intendncia Set. 3oom Real Estate, Rents and Loans, WHAT DID IT? Waterworks, aeweage, street paving.
Par parUculars apply In ls Haime.1e4 I VILLJBU SWM, M R QUICK SALE. WArNED-Hu.tler. ladies or r-nt-ln-- Legal experience. Address s X. Y. Z.. 9 W. Inenencla St. Phone 2a. am m thino nr Pand a Watch it MhI n le kna
5xt Wright St., or Hooton & Watoao. T eis. N.X LN GA. to cava for- ustlers. ladle g or gentlemen gal eprience.~,dre* K. Y. Z.. P. to an* ele KtoI
3n w JO. AY, 6 GAR- to canva or useful household articles. Care Journal. novw vested 0, 00 o far n Kupfrian Park lots.
DN ST. Quick sGovernm. ood money. Apply St. WANTED--A loan of $1000 for 2 years. We have an organization for the handling of real esta
OR ENT-Furtabshd rooms, phone. A O froovernment t Iron-clad security. Write C. L., Care MONEY TO LOAN. tion that hard to bet. We maintan a large force of
bath and close car line. between Greg- rove. Journal. Snovlw* salesmen who cover practically all parts of the south, and
ory and Wright. 222 N. Alcanis St. wand paked In boxes 1.7.per WANTED--Carriers wanted at The Jour- g hae $100,000.00 in uanteed. frst North, East and West of the Ohio rher. We want to g
rt* oncent h.- nal o e. Apply Circulation Dept. POSITION as stock clerk, shipping class per cent mortgage on city real owners of real estate. We can lend your money at per
AL 3LoS .o.ok Ck t order. L. clerk, or salesman. in wholesale estate in any amount from $100.00 up. estate frst mortgages. Same to be recommended by one
FOR RENT-Two larue f u ]bjry an t Box S, Lakeland.l ,F wI REPRESENTATIVEBS to solicit. excln- grocery business or general merchan- You have worked for your money, now let local banks.
bath and telephone. 202 Sprt a40 no-w' sively or side line, the Saloon. Drug dive line, in or out of city. References it work for you. The Fisher Real Estate Our specialty Is city and suburban property, farm, tim
a.dssla reets. i~eferences a- O ALE- Je, e Milk, delivered Dispen-ary and Wholesale Liquor trade given. Address W. 1009 N. Davis, or Agemcy. 206 Bo. Palafox Street. 10-Ju. tie lands.
w~ree s.FTno Rw .. .. a ,elise ...... l for -straight Kentucky Whisky guarea- phone 363. 7novlw*
S ever mo Tlphon 62 ,teed under the Pure Food Laws and Are you getting 8 per cent. net for Let us handle your property. "We get results.
Sllnovw adopted by the U. S. Government forHos- EASY SYSTEM of Shorthand learned in your money? If not, you don't get all
Swaehs wh r iv sitrack. FO SA.L ut h- ,_hemums for sale pital purposes. An easy seller. Write short time. Expert stenographer desires that is "coming to you." We can place It
A wrehousewithpr W trar iquk for prices, territory, et. Box 294 pupils for day or night lessons. Terms on irst mortgeetc. Box 294, upils for day or night lessons. Terms on ft mortgages on ed C O
lS 2SPastat rden t.,near" P, at 292 W. Romans. or phone 1640. cov on, Kentucky. Sol* reasonable. Address "R. L. H.,!' Care erty. How. much does IfMk y yI i /l IV
I AW. erner Zaragossa aA DeV U- OlnoviwR \ Journal. novw doing nothing? L. e U
*1e $O.68. AUTOMO]A][. FOR SAT-1M-bhiorise 'ANTED-Position as shipping clerk or *T
33i 0 p t. oex ZmBan p1 vw LOST Hv, assistant Pstoc^k or grostcer- clerk, or MONET LOANED on al i tes REAL ESTATE
S31.0 Bex 24t. Pentrvy. In lnovtw L O salesman. Can accept at once. Address eal rerty an short notice.
104- S Math Ta agona ., S .M. FOR .4B.-w two Ox teams. ALST-.--i25.0 in five dollar bill. I.ibelra P. Box 566. Oov2w* rmhs.ln a 224-226 Brant Buildin ea
iulte of 4 offices, Znd oor. Palafox St. wagos aa eagts. Address B. Walker, : reward for return to Boom 510 Blotnt POSITION as ma'na' r of naval stores. W. a ui
entrance $30.00. Floliaton. Ala. Snovlw building. 13novlr plant. wenty jrsexrene; best NT LAN on rem estate ant
50W. -Gregory. 2.50. F'INE paper alp anl s i tn c and LOST-On Wednesday. Nov. 4. near aof refeeneo. n P e tice. Terms easy. J.
1* i S. Baylen. $S.00. c per peud in tat ten pounds or Brent's, a young female setter dog. aa. Ala. .novlm I _Paa t
Fsaherville. modern. $17.WO. more. L. C. Flsabr, Milton, l. Tnovlw* Lemon ears and two lemon spots near end THE EAST HILL, BARBER SHOP, Cor. I U4-
19 W. Gregory $22.50. of spine. Answers to name of "Baby 9th avenue and Wright street, solicits Due to the Oce prices. The demand
111I N. 9th avenue. $19.00. FOR SAIE OR RENT-My home fur'- Lou." $5.00 reward for return to my your patronage. C esee to- Is also weak.
j -.7 E. Romana. $25.00. nisbed or unfurabedw consisting of store, Cor. Romana and Tarragona Sts. yur pat i B Wu Taig-Fang, the Chinese aGbao -
200 N. Spring. $10. block. 23 Nw City Tract Cty t Cor. 16th St. Not worth the price, but I want her. proprietor. Goodca ne p. oas. a sador, said modestly at a dinner in PENSACO
l1622 N. 7ti1. $l&50ad 14tAve.04011490A M0 Levew Ave.). J. Cunningham. 12nov proprietor. InavIm Tador
Near Kupfrian's Park. large Iot $10.09. .or will sel all or the west half of the WATto know that we .A Newport: "I am wae that the -
2121 North 6th avenue. 3.00. block. Terms Address J. C. Pebley. WATCH CHAIN with Masonic emblem. WANT nD- overy u to kn nthat wng t
13@1 W. Intendencla, $8.00. 215 ArUtag~,1 Pasem Texas. nov7tt $5.00 reward fnr return to P. F. Ehlers, are ramnington fll a turning out ANT AD
JOHN N. DAY Bandmaster, Pensacola Navy Yard. iYous s aine d n n~ exalted office, not to my hrble self. 20 to 2 pounds ...
good working iion. $6 and up..ItBacon pate..
go6 work on 95 and up. CoI a B is my office, I t shot I, that gains s. C. Shoulders ..
atR Crantes. Bat an ga .Rent ole ben notf IodidngoanthebHard Road Reward Wo gie you a chance at th APALACH1COLA. and merits your consideration. Ye D.S Ma tsopr b
$15.00 rer n:onth. Including water for return to my office promptly. F.B. gerchandbse now given fn our IFULER HOtEL, Apalachicola. Oldest this is a mortifying truth of a kinJ Shouiders ........
la) 1U Cervantes. Phone 549. a dov s elPOb k-drnel ough 'Radcliffe. Snovlw* osing out sale. Ib rrgeenblatt, 19 est. htes $in..r tnd r00. hs, that all of us-ambasadors or -are amc. .
R RNT as i e a n bud- IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE what lntendenla street. 3octlm ial rates by week. S. Jenkins, Prop. 15J apt to forget. May such a trth never Picte r........
Dwellings (North Hill.)- h are Mll Co 9 E. you've los or. found or what you have WANTED-01d hats to remodel and new be recalled to our memory with the Butter (per Ib)-
2-story dwelling,. North Hill, 1@ Oarlen street. novtt for sale or want to buy or exchange; it ones tomake to order. Dressmaking harsh shock that came to a Rhode Goshep.d crenm
i-oem....................$isOmakes no difference whether you want to ones to make to order. Dressmaking harsh ho ttl
3......dwe ing*, Not"* .J W..OR SA a barrel of ron hips. employ anyone or want a ob The Jour- ad crochetted tes. 30 y PENSACOLA ELECTRIC Isand farmer who won blue ribbon DaIses
mnar.1 rem ................. .... 50. e for a k adgood fre. Phone nals Want Ads. afford the easiest quick- wartz. at a Woonsocket stock show with a Ce* (per 5.)-
-story dwelling. North Palaaes. 5. C. HL. Ogten, I. Branard St. est and cheapest method. WANTED-All kinds of second-hand COMPANY fat og-a 1,250-pound hog. 'Get my O es .........
S............................ lovm* LOTPa eyegla s with gold nose sacks. Bring them to us; ship them to name right,' he said. excitedly, to the ar ............
rooms 5.00 FOR SALXB--lee family horse and run- spring and small gold chain attached us. Telephone us; write to us. CornerSchedule reporters, wth their pe and yel........
No. 01 Went ( l .... 5.00 about for sale en. at the ]Pensacola to black automatic eyeglass holder. Re- Garden and Alcanis streets. Telephone Pensacola-Fort Barrancas Schedule. ri.........
No. 1 WNth a t i" 25.00 sout te. a at the Pensacola to blackrd fr retautomatic eyeglass. holder. n No. 334. F. S. Melln Co. sept WINTERDAILY CHEDLUE low paper who crowded round him at ice (Ser t)-
NZ 2I M=th1Fromes S.- ierStables.' novtf ward forreturnto Mrs. C. W. Hagerman, Effective Thursday. October 1, 1908. awarding time. 'Get my name right. ***
No. 521 West Gardesm 7 rooms .... .00 Cor. Palafox and DeSoto Sts. 8novlw WANTED-A buyer for 15 lots In one .Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Barrancas. y. 'It' Hiram oo Medium ..........
No. 492 West nlatoedeaca 7 roenm W. OR 0E-O accent of leaning the block, and house with 5 lots on East H;11. 5:30 a. m ......................6:00 a. mram Dooltl son Cracked.........
No. 51i West Rema oo .. city I will asE my borme with all fur- LOST-Money by not seeing The Sau- J. N. Andrews, 7 N. Palafox St. 2septtf 6:00 a. m. ................... 7:15 a. m. of the late Generl Auustus Ander. Japa ......
No. 4M West Remana. 4 rooms... 4. Hia. Greeablatt, 139 E. ders Mill Company before purchasing 7:15 a. inm. ................... 8:00 a. m. son Doolite. of St. Joseph, who set- Jasa, ......
Por-rem dwes tag at lMbervllBe I.0 aIn 31t tln material in th, builders' supply line. 9 WANTED-Yur orders for fresh meat 8:00 a. m ................... ted in Rhode Island n the year-.
(.tRE%--, 1 ES. Garden St. nov1tf and vegetables. Delivered any part of 8:45. am ..............:..... :30 a. m. eer Falty Patent ....
a. .n.L Patenta............
o. etmms .. 30.0 O-ee co d T RAa5 city. Bacy's Meat Market. I10077 aast 9:30 a m ..................... 10:15 a. m.Oh never mind all that, the oldest Patent .............
N., 412 Ioth S Ava'G5 .rooms 3.01 m 5Sn. ood eutbuild- LOST. STRAYiED OR STOLEN--One 15- Strong. Phone 1152. 18eept 10:15 a. m. ................... 11:00 a. m. reporter interrupted. *Give us the stratgt .........
4I 5 ... 115 1 ee 10d. extending month-old white and liver pointer, 11:00 a. m .................... 11:45 a. m. pedigree of the hog. "-Argon t. Extra Fancy .....
I ga ci aLnM 9og tt g Sound. med port. ad one -month-d wh WANTED-Your shoe to repair while 11:45 a. min .................... 12:30 p. m. lard (per ib.)-
N3e. I1Tee Ss t. .... th-leonear set named Sam. alf soled it. 15 minute. 12:30 p. n. .................... 1:15 p.m. Trimm compound T. 0 b
No.. ast Wright. 5 rooms .... 12. 2auF eral reward for return to C,arr- Sam Charles, il South Palates steet. 1:15 p. m. ................... 2:00 p. m. mmed by a Hackman. Tierces. Leaf. Bas
*8taN", an--ce and elt kn a a a 4 ft neau. R. F. D., Cottage Hill. Pla. 31ectlm Plines 614 and 1042. 3r 2:00 p. in. ...................2. :45 p. m. "Who on earth cut your hair?" -S-p.und tcUb-c
t m'" . =t sMig. M5 1 ----$--and ---- ---- WANTED-A. R. ogham wants yr 3:4 p ..........gasped Mrs. Gunson a. her husband t udI tS-%c
at acat by moving a. He guarantees a 4:15 p m ..............Sat. only 4 p. m. arrived home. "A locksmaith. my 5-pound tina-%c
OOTON S WAT N sa . Gre 13 E. In- BOARD AND ROOMS. breae.s. .- :00 p. m. at. only. :4 m. p m. dear," replied Mr. Gunson. "Did you 3-pound tmese-1ac
C Tn REn TAL 'S ta31oe1 5.W 3 cm mo -nt. mom 96:00 p. m. 5:45 p. m. 6.30 p.i. 7: 0 think barber had anythg to do
*THI E IUN T-AL INrM" 7:00 p-. m. 0:30 p. i. 7l p. m. 7:30 p m.M G. Jgela Pkp bb r
Call and Inspct Our st. Phne L .CAND .TWO-YUAR-OLD G .rape FOR RENT-One or two unfurnished _ _"__ :-2 pn bIn. 7:30 p .hda i barre
v e. Tes ec Address rooms, half-block from pstoffe.Si- :00 m. 7:15 p. n. 8:0p. in. :30 p :m.' Wit it 'ined I did not' retorted In cas
OR REN T-Large brick warehouse n emley, rblil leYardContoment, abi for light houekeeping. Apply No. 9:0 .M.3:00 m. :45 p.m. 9:30 p. m. Mrs. Gunson. "'Judging from the pe bb
Radmroad street. Apply to Jas ... or to. e Blmeley, Union 5 Wes.t Government St. 1novw- HOTELS. 1:0 p. m. :45 p. m. 9:301p. m.0;30 p.m.- shaggy way it has bl'n trimmed I G. Su""
R1ev T a oBttiR 11:00 9:30p.m. 10Rw15O. w fur m. 11.30 thought perhaps it was done by a G y RAIN Al
TWO LARGE -41-NNY ROOMS. well fur- -10-15 p. Im 11:00 p. in.
SR ---to b W. FE D--h 10 aRes, 10 mileG nihed fr l]sht housekeeping. 616 E. BRIGSHO E. ast Wright street, 300 11:00 p. m. 11:30 p. m. hackman."-Bohemian., r b.)-
InM RaU--fatre uildina on 8. W. 10. AAe-sM eat1 acres, 10 mil shd fr light housekeeping. 616 E. feet west of Union depot. Pensacola. The 7:1 a. m. train from Pesacola will White .... .....
Corner Zarraogoems and Bajtien streets. g Pa5Pre $16e. Address Gadsden street. lnovlw* Fla. ou f town part ec wishing to save run as :. local train hereafter. The 5:10 Yellow or Mied .
McMl c ., t. TS, ensac o ctla. TWO rooms compl'tly furnish for light money by taking their meals at restau- p. m. train from Barrancas wif make all Oats. er bu ......
SSt. Phase 211. ectTtf 22tln*k ing and phone No. 301 rants, while spending a few days in stops. except on Saturdays, when a local l Hy. (per too.,-
SWestCase ne. St.nov. city on business, will find as good ac- car will leave Big Bayo at 5:20 p. MA K REPORT. Timothy .... ...
OR RNT OS -Oe Fa-Shoales Typewriter. West Chase n commodations at the Briggs House as any Time Pensacola-Big Bayt local wil beI Johnson grass ...
e'e- treet .. ... .w w. Adalss Box A A.d eFOR RBKNT-Large furnished front room. house in tile city. AD outside rooms and discontinued, except on Saturday after- =- '-..- s -& Alfalfa ......
L SInteoude .t m tre et .......... I ..L.. 0gas and bath. 2 blocks from Palafox nicely .furnished. Rates only Sac a day. joons. l Bran. per cwt. ...
1t. Tarragona S streett .......... -10.0 M BALA -Timbered lands in large or cheap rent. 216 W. Chase St. now* Low rates made to sober, desirablpeo- Local freight leavsPensacola at PENSACOLA OTTON MARKET. ked
130 S. Tarragona Street .........12.00 small teacts. Southern Real Estate and 10:15 a. i The following report is furnished dally Bulk Corn. 3 1-c
and. I~~e Inte a 8.000 I nent e l. t in nice family, close to business center. OldrchatsePesarolasellatans3:30.p.M a n. -C
Car.WarerelHaa lBan d Intdeta ..s*.f* Iav-tment Ga., Flematon, Ala. oct3tt FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished rooms OM newspapers are useful at all times 3:30.p. for The Journal by Marks & Gayle. Bulk Osts. 2 1-2c
N. i x street...............40. AUNCH,% et g. 44-inch beam. 7 Apply No. 204 West Ronana stether InthO store or the home. u Through freight leaves Pensacola at d mailing ...................... o and
Stre re ar Palaioxz.Street. H4L P. a Pse. Speed about 10 miles p-ar 4 m- M j a s tu ear St to Strict middling ................... .. ....
seamil H rouse .ho......r. AS A. Wrighten. 6 W. Ro- Md dlIng ....... l ................... .... Con m El, per t .
National H1otel. 1 rooms .......9010 MaM00411t sept3Otf FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished earF. SUNDAY SCHEDULE. t trick low Piddlinga....................% Corn meal, bed-k
-frostroom:southernadeaeMFirst ar leave Pesac la at 7:0 a.mi.: fo.n __o.d
Omt. Avenue and 13th street.. 1.00 OLD NSW8AP3RS Ur t. 0 at this of. posture. phone and bath, to ,desirable on bay shore. 10 minutes ride from city hour eonar at 8we00 a day. and ule Ill NAVAL STORES. bope, p sack ....
1401 N. th Avenue ..............EIe.0 les at lve cents a bsile. rty. North Hill. Private family. A on electric car ine. will be open for the observed. except a car will leave Fort Sa nav a o t o
es Box winter Oct 1. All modern conveniences. Barrncas at :00 p. m.nstead of 5:10 p. naval stores quotations: f andp
1 rn. Vant.t........... AddressMissLilieTaylor."OldMPilheTh fruit aEnd pr
eT art trees et...........0... 0 ----- FOR RENT-Comfortable furnished Address Miss Lillie Taylor. "Old Mill" m ....- *...---........... 40 as furnished by th
S Raosa Street ........ ....t s and bat, one blWockW from WPa- Inn. Pensacola, Fla. Phone 33. sept Freight car will make but one trip, ............................... 6 3. Commission Co.. is
T"W.....S.TleavingPensa wit..aadtbatontbloe.fro.P
0r7 N. uS Str eet............:... a00 fox street. n110 W. Chase St. SOtlm* -ST-A g opportaty to rent or x- leaving Penacola at 9:o a.m. ............................... Potatoes
16 S*treag Street .............2 15.10 41V ST C c uw er elLI what you have, imii WEST HILL SCHEDULE. ........ .- wabae, po r -rate
.M Cervantes Street .........5 LIVE STOCK TWO NEW LY futrnihedrooms 11wit yosaerasI It In The Journal's want WEST K .4 0 Cabbag, per ra .
t1 Avenue adr t& Street ........ .I O T bath room attached. Apply 21i South Passengeri wishing to go to West Hill 1 ..............4. Lemons, per box ...
M Stron Str et...... t ........AND POULTRY Alcas NDstreet. 13ct1me will take North 11111 canr and transfer to ............................ ..... 4 New onions. per bu
t"WtEERY HOTEtL, i s Florida and West Hill car at La Rua and Devllier ;........................... 9 tO t Garlic, double string
S1E Go ntendein tStreet ......... 00 ROOMS FOI hRENT-Centrally located. South Alabama old ary a small streets. xc-pt every week day after F...........................8 to Apple pr bbl .
101 ~avt Strong Street. ........ .XlOO* 0 are Eggs) Conkey's LayIag Ton. _ctI er month or four lnes r less. t post, and to West Hill. B .......... ............ .2? 8 to 2 0 Gophers, per do
Dca. 13th avenue and 21st St .... .$. P.s. & CO., Phone No. 334. Also rooms for light housekeeping at AIBA H WARREN. Mgr. Market., firm. Grown Hmis, per do
t e o y e EGS FOR SETTING-Froms re on the be hTerms reason MISCELLANEOUS. THE TIMER MARKET. l r
t.ta ('Old water can he rented f-r- Black Minorca Northups Strain an e Th E demand for sawn tim r at the B Tennsee, pe
or unfurnished. 2 servant th-uts Barred Rocks. "The Ringlets." Bayvlew 1ortm* NORTH HILL GREENERY-Flowers for Mobile & Glllf Steamrship Co. present tim i c weakf o th rling pries at 3-0 r bn
yar:; 2 blocks from car line. Park Poultry Yards. 14th and 20th avenue.. .. all occ-asions. Crysamnthemurns. Camra- 25 aents pr ube foot on averages of 30 m
gifs anP. 0. tex 5&T. W. T. Tracy. 7nov lions and Roses. Designs a specialty feet and up. on a 40-foot basi. Smaller
C. .Rina. and Pala.. t, twoo. FOUND. Sweet Pea seed. 919S N. Baylen St. oct27tf In connection with the Atlanta St. averages have sold for corresponding M. A BA
Tha Psd Renl b':andedCUT 1.CLFOWERS-Orders taken for all or- Andrews Bay Railway steamship Manteo, An- rntle. M i'- n
The Fisher Real Estate EDUCATIONAL FRP edl' --t red C ors, t al ndd "x. A-a fvle. p rticuaErly for wedd'np and freight and pasno service between TT C 1 *1 Tl T
AH N cy.ULL C n VAOr COURSE Nor- Frida' nvh Can be had at -udahv Baylen. Phone "a C Ree, i t ...l, P.....s P.a cnama CU. S M ail Launch P sa
T E COLCTOt. N RV OT sE o-Pactkng Co.. by paying cost of advertise- drews. Mlllvle and all points on St. An- . MANUFA
wm.*ma ia m Sth t Heoy or. aPhin" ment. 13nov3t IF YOU WANTED a nice carriage and drews Bay, making connections wIth A. RUTH
EOPI are Sitag eat every that S a drIeid. Ptra 5 67. Madame TOU tAR JUDGs b yr prtt a wedding or to go at s A B. Ry. trains Panama Clty. Tes- SCHEDULE.
T! amsm*al Wt a l a al 8. ] aio l oclc t OmIt costs oJSmore to have 0the best. al eto Pe cola mly Stable or ring days and Thursdays. Pensacela. Mary father and "e"y Ma ll
iam Mg aet r M 8 RARm nUL of Cca will reeves orthe Mr ]Pritigg o e.t m4 W. Phone Pa e. or ttd ay pana aiyte for frnt Am
honAweg- -. G.S Bell Phone 1250. arwt a ris.

,W ..BsI^MltW^J. .. (mtg t NOT.CE OF REoTA-I hav S B A g CO T SIDNEY KAHN. Agent. ^r ^,,a, a.

3* ea.. octm* Yours for bus;ess. J. M. Andrewin. g Wme97. amait .uaae r. t h aeuT, P DL WrIte fr i. n.


Phame GOL NOTICE OF etc... an~ y
orm ~'~ cheismoster of Christ a.m.,ar-
..aiata26J'~~ the prej~4:'~~i;~ ~ja~ or
(spen -' St., Paa.~ager and f t service.
- own comb- throat Italian store Ne 101 Neith Palafor ~ CO~* ThOr. 3.
Plan. (Siuttgaxdt NOTICE OF REMOVAL-I have leased ME3CBANTS all For rates pi tO D. M. Witherlil.
&mmor~ bEm~ed. Laura erpom and theory( including for 3 years. I ~l be glad to see all my an~ hauling. l'm'mieure p~od a,
~-..-umW. ~, ee linRua.a ar~sMMlsm.) P. 0. Adbe.,. Pemcela. old friends and n's.ay new ones there. Isr~pinont ~ ~ ~ ~ g.,,,,. sri.,,, y,.m..,.,.,~ Contractor and ~(aaasgcr. landing 71.3 All WO~ Tooted
fl~~in F91g~ oelISlm* Yours for business. 3. N. Andrews. mb~ 973. DineS ,~*og 704. ~ hmW~.5~ &~Z LZ~. 3~e,,u Lam. Baum. Paisfos Phase

t times on Dau-
and ate out of
by mules, and not
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alf to three miles
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v looked upon It
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ter city.
nd sidewalks, its
autiful residence
ots selling from
the home people
essive town,
the Hervey ean-
first-class hotel
i going to do the
w It and have In-
te of all descrip-
expert traveling
have good clients.
et In Touch with
ent on good real
or more of our
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Phone 979.

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9W-lb sack.l1.40 $1.45
orn, sack $.C 1i. .75
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6-room and hall house and outhouses, and large
peach and pear orchard,' on 40 acres of improved
land, one-quarter of a mile, southwest of Roberts, Fla.

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 toIs up-to-date in every way and can be purchased on very reasonable

206 S. Palafox St. Phone 7. Pensaola, Floridl

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II IEEllILL Bawlgta went to O nry OB8 a;op- A pecal Commntcat ionf n- Ge R
it hilt QBbHJ1 No 15. _.A M. / GCet ready
km l ast =at7 No vember13, at 2 p. DL.
dhe tis Hllh I to Pm- funeral of our brother Past
aAls., on a Du ren pa a Mster W. E. Anderson. Visiting breth-
lSurda.Hren areernaly invited.
SUL L U J. T. Diamond, e M.Igan.. was j. QUIM W W w.S
S. eron bustess oe day -st week. Sretoary. -b-e-- -'- e- ,-
1l h en L rKM e sh 1 1i MorM Ala" VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMENe r
caeover r e on a abort visit to Volunteer Veteran Fireaten's Assoclsa Sgle r Ar
wasunEa DavisNandsmother,r Umeets at Knights of Columbus teich

J. ls Saturday and S. N. ANDREWS, aslahable. Qasten -she
N ,- i- -J - More Entries Have Been Mr. ad Mrs. Clif Stbba, o ABE DANIeta r e s de t, ...c any a fxture.
.--^--' --- ^ ......... 111111 .**n ^*bury, Ala., arrived here on -C =tary. .11,.
k1 bum1 -- eMade of Cars Owne r esoneyuoon, they having been married DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAN. 'T(A iTA A
at that place one day a stweek.7 Tey N aomi La s n r 1 g PENSA zCO LA GAS f
contemplate making Bluff Spings Rebekah er dnit
in the e".Otheir future home. d.!. Phone 14& 24 and 27 E. Gar
*&J fr. and Mrs. John White and chil- REBECCA JOHNSON. N. .
dren, of Cottage Hill, were up here on POLLY DARLINTON,
~;.JIlt UA--icrmA* IIBRIOGES WILL BE PUT IN FIRST- a BSnday visit to their maay friends Sct7.
Sand re lives last Sunday. ..-... ...-..... ..... ___
00iCLASS CONDITION AND FAST Jake Carlson, of Moline, was up
@6111" .TIME WILL an ADE-IT HASA here last Sunday on a vialt to his DIRECTORY
TIME WILL *6 MIADE--IT HA ay friends. % I I' I /
Fa a gr.___one 9 P.P. a"' win B *EEN OECHDED TO START AT W. C. Kilby, of Roberts, w. up
- RATON AND RACE To PEN- oA arty o f h-nrs composed of
---_ _-Hyte- -^Ihe _Y Midaml akw. T-Aub 8ACOLA. more, and fSam CHfford and Jim Mkll- L V y. A-* i
__SgtlM l -- er, of Pense..a, were here the other Detist.
Sa day. They h ad bagged119 birds in OM ,rate. PO O RH O U
. -race promises to be a big~event IsC. V. Stubb. of Cuastleberrvy, was a T. G. Y ATE M. D.
b .... ad' .-." -r-t Mrs. George D the oter day. 410 Blount Bl ing. Leads right on down through the4
-, much attention, not only bere, but In G. M. Gentry. who h, for Bsome T-l. r M *y th oi- w...-, t t1,- -i:- i .
s 4 toil mumf- '. *. | |other cities, and it i exote _re .8timeb.e .w.y neen at wo nn Mirk. In Lyman, Miss., fr e O u t S t u, at
ht wil uite ta cro wd f ot of has returned home to e rea DR. J. B. TT R, get-rich-quick schemes.
I' h ..... aI"-L- *J4il a- town in the cey to wit ew the eveat hear the BeaUtful weddingbe lls ring aJa* J. B- T-T^--R -n .. .
.il nA M-1& 7 on that date. in the near tutre. DENTIST. The Road to u.cce is open to al1
AMR. IriblIt| Yesterday James X ClaJt ente J. McGlacbeary went to Ploua- y9 m wnn and
amls @*do bawl mbepi hm his fast Reo runabout in the race, and to tast Mo day morning m business. ______and b_ with the __ ollar pl
3 erhrnagndoh b.d. Peake will enter a Pord, maki-g
m M- ---l nearly 14 cars whch have 1 HI funId. Rn-memb-, we pay four per ceni
more will enter before the close. W i on ,OUr Sav S.
The bridges, which qpau the streams
,,between Pensacola mm Fliaton are. L -a--- I a inty
to be placed in firsta-class condition,
vI11 IIII"I"l"-being an accident from ths e.
443, asaft to mener. Yesterday Chairman Meritt O flhe
HD$lfIRi fA R e bk ICn rutedtN11N HIS SUIT Delightful, First National
I"eSn ARewosttw or the county convicts a" a ,__ Dress
r.a..urdbeo b .t of Pnerola. Florida
Iito allow .oastipatkm. biliousae.s or quently be Inn by thCountyMust.1 aeHi r-ie
any liver or IsweS i3oube to one. d e Dignated Depoitory of the PUn
IIt is pon urerys.d In the restof the sf1 og ag ge to El Paso an Ever nce we began .. D sa D epsi o t.-
An-EII-- H-erneaite udast hrf ~. ,c-ose who are to e ace u-siness our principal "-s.. m..., A w. C w. N......
Take lla.a's Herbine and get ab o- -has- been decided to have the rae Return, advertisement has been o**-..c. e.. w. A. **. w. .
mrcuoubles of the stomach, liver n;&rSunset Lke.OTis wilW0e11111-
W0 t" ->. Me rate all danger sforo ,5mc i ne the high quality of our I"
#M-ad re mmIeaedt by W. A. nothaave to pao eache aeth on the Sh eriff Van Pelt has wb out In his Work.
---tAlMberts. pag istd apothary, rad ae told avbeen ther na he sa t agaliast the county of Escambia -
11 m th Pa ret Pac road as would have been e cae had for i league to and from El Paso,
Sh.ppm- T.tfi --. _. __u m Pnotheystartedl here--n-*-af -- t t" S oa& in[ro 1 oo
TMd 7111.tito Flomatonua nd rTexas, as well as for per diem daulrg
S--i- - Trin n -- n-- The sheriff -will appoint several the ero he was on the trip. Jude _
SNot"rre lh Cor y wt p to vt d Aties to handle the cro- s at the woill. beo arrested in thb city was Emire Laundr Co
finish of the r so-- a st srevent argued by Maxwell & Wilson, attor- "I"lI
Thefl yw rnt parties from crwd n ther. neys for the sherff,. has decided that sacoa a k

o e ro --- gty oerne t poineoual. p.o t-o near Float"on at bout "1%eOcaaseItOtba -where the sheriff
The IMaM Jam arrived yesterday Mucogee, Nov. 12.-Mrs. Richard- olock I theft orenoon, aad t w s nt to i Pasoter W. W. Van. o, Phone Up 322. T. A. JeNNuNa
t the Waen Vh Coapsny with 'oan e ft Tuesday to visit friends atAte others- wi tolow at Intervals bad been arrested that cit A
S-6 0peo. They idf red we e impev ig y 10 15 t reqtion p NO CONTRAaperrT TOO is MALre
7Ug Tre H. W ama to_ tarb.TdI Mosley rd Albeit Arnold Ete RIc release tbrouge DNbeas corBIs pro-o-
ay t SL- Atw a 0 Ne 4 1 ert 4 Pme to 0 ee his BOWMANVi c s d e hriff had to retr F 3r. L. toc. J.
u "i mr w s ".staem o. They wwiee be greatly m turag to er o out oim7 1eve 1 ovI I Tha. w a et.
of gasoline. Mr. andMrs 3gno anea WUey Sdr Wd to pay t league as well a. J.l
m he, Ii Dela. -VMr.tlersreturn.ed i nThewees-. Per diem _anthewo und that the prisIL EleMtaical fya.p deski ligh ..
day yt te t C w tre at to h r id home Selma, Ala, Wed- i* ",Now. 12..=- a W /1111 /yNO CONTRACT TOO LARGE.
day ath n R~1~say. They wi reside there In to, g o k ll m t aNt O NO CONTRACT TOO SMALO
TS str ili tes uShep pV ped55 the future. Their y t friends in Miss Ethel Rice spent elast week tRi to d o a B To
t flshed.taking hanker coal and mo ll Muscogee regret ry mch to oee her grandfaters, J. W. Brew . W. PEAKE, BSIN

ighterN, di fot rm a s w n. ed In Sunday sah. o.ool and W. C. T. U.Mrs. W.Ada. Bowman wasto o , .
teeStr ee*yesterday. Mr. a.d Mrs. W T.T .ayen wereavly ofM. tand Mrs. R. J. Bowman a few- O e .COTTRELL. S. Bs
The sMaoner Norwichsd19 tbarged 190 torm to Penacolae Saturday and Sun- days last week, but ree.weFine uwr
tarlls aot uster i. 18 am s le Tulli U. re ared oe Misses Cora and Amy Bretas erht an
a d eetoday fr m. a visit to friends ri ssss atRob theguests issin eeOriS PeHOTG M

Ssu ct l ertogor eger Mrs. Captne Wtt- Mr.e day a rewton, but ter t Anmrs shower Pedde W. Ast pt n -. TH.R.r
*a.e,- d. ley, the .Mr d r. C lnt. a u fgo- w ome at Brewtoa, Alemm w The y yeterd y at noon for a te- of e rt
061t6r: 11ob .--nIers aCloarrivedvisiorsto rMolino Tuesday.t ourde yn. visit oe _ay,_NO TRi" B o . A W b
i ter. 149,yasordanSh see ei .t A deacet wagiven ian the mo.b Rtone Rcas oan ay Noon in Custody of a* --e B.Ti l rs e T .

i t h Sgr uaeeitatioer--oWMia ie Parfker ightinhoor of sd. c. *ver to he rmarr of tht district Uor TANyT i e, Cap
PLei o VEO.l IN POTan. Mmsic--iss LJan.. u ttle Mishes Mertie Lee _a. t ad will ebe held lor the trial of Cap. onwstme.
hem yslh.tat"on---M i JorIs TMrs. W. ,.o[ o eLwavs vat JoetBrwtoay t, Hafey _y; pa rh tsten reglar--- h.t,..:1 S lu TTh

144C4 CasR-to Q Oa. Msire-Miss We Vauh. Jiowre the ,nests of th. re ,Me. to Bostone e.n in cotedy of officer.. Every day. The E.cambsa
testj aeye t beam, wa ftrie sIn Milview andm es aca rents, Mr. Bmand Mrsa e. J. W. Bret nt 11 8o aox St, Phone_
mi. es ttIn. I im -l t The C.T.ii.iave aa nN @5 Sd U.gava Snt etieAl nl thny tMa& a-ey 8864

Sptgl del Br A In the Moua b glek h e ilar- abe c' ere tovay visiigisnlesi embe s T. 1e.c.. r w eHE CITIZENS NATIO

tS L O Vr and Briar Pipes just e i 0; J ^iK ow A ama A ^^i *MM| *I c a
ard. -aAs. at Impbriale Cigar Stores. eti ndgy h e f Un .D. atedo W E 1 ou-rtrekANY wil b
NLeS. Pal BeI POT. us -sts BUILDING PERMITS R.BJ. Bowmas is M aid sprt it"s Nt a l ey to D. C. Thorntone, LUMBPR. asf th U
vfken to om-- as TISUETTDTs VYI'f-I'DAV weeG. I1 fBd other cons-Lot 3. B 11. *L Kl-N-EO AP.

Majorca, Nor ship. Arnesea, -0, East Penahola.n
Bueso Ayr to A. ZetmL. To Temple Tatum to erect a one- -. .7 0 Watson to Anthony Hawthorn. M. CART. .W. DORR.
Mabells, Nor s -ip. eker, 1J story frame dwelling, 3x40 feet, at BLUFF SP ot 16, Bk. 3 t .
Aber*ee to erdr. 1317 West Jackson street.i &AliceC. Rabb to Mary
To Peter Murphy to erect a one- A--- fowler, Lorena 11 B. Winkler. w. NOe AiUri- *
Oean, RuE hb1 s 131, Rio story dwelling. 2525 feet, on DeLeomi se, .- Fowler, Gda. of E. E. & H. F. What* e 1 1 W 1
Janbely to A. Zelis. street. Clear Thirteenth avenue. Bluff Sr ns 1M M-. La C .A. White & Albert H. White, $1, --
mstraat. Mer k. Rashtrup, 10,-. To H. T. Ansen to repair the build- ton went to Peaco ast WIS _.-1a7 .undivided of l t 271, OM C T
Puved Cabefo to A. Zeimi. Ing at'111 South Reps street. on business. toe-
Mardlyst. Nor bk, Christemse, To D. D Shuttleworth to repair the A pretty wedding will occur at B J. J. Hoton to Dener SW ens, SW
1444, m**ese Ayj- to master. building at 200 East Intendencia vile church, next Sunay at 11 clockk -Lt 20 BIk. 115, East Klng Tract. -
Uas AtOim" pm, bk Rowaa, 124 street a. m. The contracting parties are G. Doubtful Powder.
t Nor bk. Jo 14 building at 15 North Acaniz street. both of Bluff Springs. B hOtM r--l ofn- i e wi m ,. -age. Uton _
111~ontracting parties. Miss Bowman, to cConsell, the Georgia evagehimt, OTICK OF RKCKlveR'S SALE w AL. Dy'h. a. R v
an accomplished young lady sad Mr. told this. says Judge: The s1 digun ed,. as Receiver and As-
k MR . Gentry is also very popular with a An old darky went Inteo a store down I*S*. s u* of the authority A P neal eMag -ig-eg s nir Aed bt g
No rWOeMlvc a be happyy argeenurbrr of relte am o*In Georgia and asked:T g ivee sye nos b mutilce that A
without children; it is her -alatances in ad around oer ittle -ay boss. you got anyg un powda o1eck. o t a 23rd. is. for
Mtnaureslve *them bSmi oh -,wn- In bea"?" ti-e 0 -nas fterrbed property, to-wit*
naur her mch Rev.J. I- Bryars went to Shipma, "Yes, we -have some gun powder." narnae gYc KNOWLoS Bs.OS. aPnd Ce.
a it is the bea ut and Miss. to ast Rev.R W. Brooks a "L.mme see some of that thea d d a othr a f
pu re. Tbh ordeal through his duties of saving souls and preach- powsdah." rty t th asb to t e P tao to the nt U U
nwhicd the opectunt mother ing the Word of God. He will hIe The dealer showed him some. bet iectla Wr.Teproperty awy Mili0 M N -
du.p_.isWrd ewhe on a o ne t o n e Wa little of a that owdah in myC LbeRgspect" gonge 5A a
T S0 O ft r w at t f to be either very old home in St Petersburg. Fla, after The old darky took the powder near o. i. Co_ v C_,ui .'e l.-
it oboSyS having sojourned here for the lat the light. ran his forefsager around Sl t i r IftAd A. .mS P-s- .
DI.the 00P6 e atnd it ip j ite 'r iwo years. He says he will retas and around in it. oked at it critical- kins. b her -t e-a rin.gsarC aB a
S-^i6ft i iheeIn about six months, prov g Slya8 then smelled It two or tbMree V9 VFt. W WUISIP ^wueiO. Momi
Ships h bth holds o ute taes. isthe D s C t .
and has A mom wentttoowan %as&-A a sayI tag bftk is'err
WOriti ness last Saturday. 4*" is. inch wesI Ae.
wiSth mWulu W. C. Williams aad wift, mage "YeM." saswered &4 dealer harW. w The *M4e
to I Atmore one day last week with you?" wn
presiding elder of the Pegnnat d *M Haed dobtfully-"butObfalrmels to me I 0e2
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lassW boa Iived'in a shoe had her troubles.
. e fm during their working hours in Barry
SShoes have no froubles-so far as

w e wmme nnmEg Barry Shees to our
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penaala, Fla.


The Tatf Tonilght. better example of the bizarre yet
&Aay -a that get a sia on's atr. smart taste of the average undergrad
B o in New York aow- uate can be found anywhere outside
S-toota merits a beyond of Cambridge. The second act is the.
eratimi atwe .odoutlo. The. famm corner of Harvard yard (the
hop o fM udpUled la less scene Of may a "um"*' and froUc
adee& in the mtroapo a d such as the well known one in the
amgoma n y o an e. play) marked on both sides by the
nt a the quenter t e two oldest buildings in scholastic his-
e sater th the alt tsk possible tory. The third and most important
In 98101 his to ThisT taste, so act is a condensed picture qf the main
ti atered to hall of the Harvard boat house on the
ft 1 1 ev 1 ay tho Charles river. During one of the big
SZ an e put into lsage reattat, Mrs. Young took her third
S" a .rt ia 5ed trip to Cambridge and reproduced the
by n M to secure g s a phy-a old stage trick of the off-stage conflict
8 aitnw attret the ub. ece so masterfully that every performance
it sWtstmle Nat y, indeed. which the audience applaud the winning Har-
cam mwitad aleh kes competiZoM ard crew as it the real contest were
a fta its bold b r4 sm really being rowed in full view.
on iS S ahtlic. -Tim Thtier, His Honor the Mayor.
=& prohbm ai w14h present "Little Ohip" and Mary Marble are
St0 O= bouse tonight was o- distinctly and absolutely, funnnier in
dged t Lyeeum Theatre, New "His Honor The Mayor", that is to
York, laat September and made an be seen at the opera house Monday
stas6ae~ous sexation. It renmaled iaght, than in any piece In which they
&t the ycum for ten month, only have ever appeared. Once seen in al-
the M weather %mkig it a veyi most any attraction they forever after
to altb&dw it t e4= 1y. This yr become a necessity. They are differ-
Cbarlb Pobman ts sending t A the eat from the great majority of must-
toad wth Charlie Daslo, U t nert cal comedy fun-makers and their very
Kelcey and Be 8h aB onu i tit pri originality It one of their strongest en-
clpal noles at the reception of tUha dorseseats. It is no effort for them
viogany everywhere nadicatee that its to be funny. It comes to them natur-
seeess outside New York wl 6be as ally, they revel in comedy and the au-
easatienal and as *reat as it a7 diences mevel with them. As the
there. "Mayor" and "May Flood" in "His
umwin of Harvard. Honor the Mayor," they have parts
The stagf settias for Brown of that cal for eccentric comedy of the
Harvard, which te Sh uberts present very highest quality and they supply
as a vehicle fr Mr. James Young, at it. They have been surrounded with
the open hom Saturday -igt. a. a large and capable company at the.
e way towal p ioda the at- hands of Jos. M. Gaites and the -piece
fmaghr for which the play is noted. has been given a lavish production
ThI author, a Radciffe graduate, was with beautiful scenery, costume and
emWar with the environment of the electrical effects and a large chortrn N ew Eingland alverty low 4f unOusually attractive young women.
efote he even contemplated play "Aunt Mary" Coming.
'wrtti md. during the active preor "Aunt Mary" is coming to Peasa-
ratiso of her play, returned to Cam- cola and will "receive company" at
bridge in search of more particular the opera house Thursday night, Nov.
details of local color. She was treat- 19, and all who "did not know she
ed graciously by the administrative was so good" and do not go to see
and athletic authorities and as a re- her will have cause for regret.
sult s t selxed upon. for a back In "The Rejuvenation of Aunt
ground to her dramatic action, the Mary" May Robson has scored a de-
three most typical scenes of college cdied ind continuous hit from her
Ife. opening last year in August in New
The Arst scene, even to the smallest York, where she played for three
decorative poster, is an asct apro- Mantas, in Chicago, where she also
ductlio of a dormRory in-Whethehabhy played for three months, during her
Hall, famous in Harvard annals as the trip to the Pacific coast and up to
harbor of more heirs to millions th4a the present time. she has pleased
any other building in the world. No W audiences nightly in her quaint
role of the New England spinster. hool Days.
G U "| mHe" U The rollicking farce-comedy, full of
Akolwdpb"a- lHag musical numbers. will be the at-
Straction at the opera house on Friday
I f i gill, evening, November the 20th. The
f, n merits of this play have already been
demonstrated by its phenomenal me;-
B--I(I -m iudAlD -- tronolltan run, and the company that
1hatb'w itI Iso reliableand .dt. DIresent8 this comedy at the opera
T71' w why n.y o e e yr m b i house are school bo3s and girls from
"willUMr be without it. ubll> c school No. 1.
As .ra aw eaquick relief imran'hkmind4Sd This will be one of the big society
kamrt Ep fr Umi "vents of the season. Don't torger the
M M.M.Al _T b- aiy and date. Buy your tickets fron'
me:tmyMbeusrt rgwime. LokAwI. ,0!e children, and have them roserv-ed
CIpmIM bam ed3 M 25. !at Coe's book store, on the morning
J glNlB CA..Sdal mlume o. November 18th, at 9:00 a. m.

The Fabrics of Our Suits

Are chosen for their distinctive, snappy and cor-
rect style. The dip of the coat, the broad collar, the
grateful lapel--"all and every, the hereditaments
thereupto belongng" to make the suit just what
right-up-to-the-second-men want. Big special-our
$25.00 Suits.

Comer, PbaIat
sd H. 0. ANSON
Pbole 297 Pteamssla, Fiiwdia.

Corner Palatox
and Gov't.
Ph..n. 476

to myself and I wish you'd thank the ZUU i0lerent KindlS of
Pensacola members for me.
Among the Commercial secretaries germlS.
pre.ent was Dawe. of the Montgom- See Farmers' Bulletin
ery Commercial cui. "HP's a gold S eeers ulen IUL
nine for Montgomer-y." said Mr. Wa- 63, issued by the
teratan. "in tie special line of work
that falls to mn in our line,. be- United States Depat-Burglars Enter Store of J. C.
lieve that Montgomery has in Dawe ,. A urglas nter tre o J. .
the b.'st man in the Sout. and. as :ment of Agriculture.
fat s I kio the besptiin !i B ie' iilnk bottles Shomaker, Getting Off
country with hIo sinza.p exception c;es m k l s,
Tom iRichardson. I may be risking cream pitchers, m i1 k With Many Articles.
my ow'n job by saying reo. but its ;nlv .
the truth, Hiis pe. the Southern pans, pails, dairy uten-
Comam,'rc-ial congress, is -ing splen- Special to The Journal.
didly worked up. and is going to be il cream separators, sme al. Tov. -,.store of
a bigger thing for the industrialCottondale, Nov. l--The store
souit.i than even the national Rivers are kept sweet and clean J C. Shomaker was broken into last
and Harbors congress i.b in Its line and sterilizedbythedaily nigt and robbed of several pairs of
In the Sunday article I want to say Cot shoes, several sucts of cln-hing. four
something about the Commercial con- Se of Gold Dust. or five suit cases and several other
gress. for it Is a tremendously i-- articles. Mr. Shomaker wired for the
portant thing." If you handle mnil in dogs. It was several hours before the
A-. .e. .ay a, you wast ti e dogs arrived and the trail was some-
A Hair's Breadth Escape. any Way,, yOu WaSt tiMe what cold, but the dogs too- the trail
Do you know that every time you; and take near the store ard followed it about'
have a cough or cold and let it run -:n a mile to where some one had calmp-
thinking It will just cure self 'ou needless ed the nigt before. but could no
are inviting pneumonia. consumption continue it any further. This morn-
,pr some other pulmonary trouble- r 1 S S k if g a negro, while in the woods hunt-
Don't risk it. .Put your lungs baci in ig, about three uiles from town,
perfect health and stop that conga yOU nt found two suit cases hidden in the
with Ballard's Horebound Syrup. Old l 1 top of a fallen pine tree. He imme-
Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 per bottleW S o diately notified J. C. Shoemaker. He
Sold and reconmeaded by W. A. D uand his brctht-r-. .IJle. went out and
D'Alemberte. druggist and apothbectr. foudJ the -suit cases wh.-r tIh- negro;
121 South Palafox street, Pensaoola. i stated they were. Ore of the cases p
Fla. contained two half wo-a slouch hats



*Treasurer Wate(ian (Re Arthur Brisbane's Editorial i n the N. Y.
turns From the Conven- CHARLES FROHMAN Presents
The Great Dramatic Sensation,
tion at Columbus. T E THI

DATHEPPRE EN, REAlayed for Ten Months at the Lyceum
URER AND SECRETARY BEING theatre New York.houd
"Every Lover of the Drama Should Go
CHOSEN FROM THIS STATE- Uand See 'The Thief.'"
OF B OA CLUB (Wvm. WVinter in tih.- N-w York Tribune.)
THE NAME, MISSISSIPPI TO THE Prices, 50. 75, $1.00 and $1.50.
Boxes. $2.00.
ATLANTIC WAS SELECTED FOR Owner" Met Last Night in Seats on sale Wednesday at 9 a. m.

That the "Missisippi to the Atlan- Commerce. Saturday, November 14.
tic Inland Waterway Association" a-id
the project it advocates are on very The Shubert Theatrical Co.. offer
firm foundations and bound to "win COMMITTEES WERE APPOINTED JAMES YOUNG,
out," is the report made yesterday by ON ORGANIZATION AND ME1d-
Secretary Waterman of the Chamber In the Greatest College-Play Success,
of Commerce. At the Journal's re- BERSHIP AND WHEN THEY AREO W N O F
quest. Mr. Waterman will prepare a READY TO REPORT ANOTHER i w R
review of the Columbus convention
for Sunday's Journal, e~plaihing in MEETING WILL BE HELD WHICH
detail the reasons for the Caa ge of WILL BE AT AN EARLYDATE.
name and the various resolutions
adopted. Discussing the convention With the Original New York Production
briefly, Mr. Waterman yesterday and a Company of 25 Compe-
said: An enthusiastic meeting of owners tent Actors.
"A suggestion to change the name of poats in Pesaacola bay was -:eld ..Prices: Matinee, 50 and 75c. Night, 25c
to the 'East Gulf Coast' brought out last night in the rooms of the Chain- to $1.50.
a number of suggestions. After long er of Commerce. when a temporary
discussion it was decided that Mis- er Seat Sale Matinee and Night. Thursday.
sissippi to the Atlantic' was the best organization of a boat club was per- 9 a. m.
for two reasons-it sets fort73 the ex- fected. and plans mapped out for the
tent and by implication includes the permanent organization of a club
various water sheds tributary to the which is to embrace the owners of OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT,
gulf between the Mississippi river which i to embrace the owners of
and the Atlantic ocean. The expres- every class of pleasure boat that nav- Thursday, November 19.
sion, 'Gulf coast' might mean from igates local waters. Ben H. Thomas
the Rio Grande to Key West. and was chosen temporary chairman andL. S. Sire Presents America's Greatest
was therefore a misnomer. Besides, secetyharacter Atress,
Ait did not necessarily i a a committee on organization. corn- O BO
"Senator -Fletcher was the only one Watson and A. Dunham wa
considered for president. He made a named, and will prepare a constitu- In Her 447th Consecutive Performance in
profound Impressiouon al' present,tion and "by-laws and submit it to the the (charming Corned',
profound we all felt that In is carewith next meeting, which will be called
and we all fel at h eciman whener this co-"THE REJUVENATION OF
H-nderson as secretary, the suecess- by the chairman whenever this corn-"THO
prosecution of the work of the mittee is prepared to report.TH R JUV N IN
Dr. Mageention wouldbeIn the hand;of Anothe Ther committee waappointed AUNT MARY"
thMagee told steam that n pointbe selected posmemd of Ben ship, and Its mDan Shber oo i a omed lit.will Roo i a omed
commence at once and endeavor to
Roosevelt's Rep spsntative, sto ure every boat owner in Pensa- Endorsed 1- Press froM Coast to Coast.
an invitation to attend was to send eeol as a member. This will include "A laugh lvr-*-ry linute,"-N. Y. Hter-
Dr. Magee of the bureau of soils. Dr. the owners of power boats as well a
Magee told us that in point of brains sailing craft. The committee is corm- 81d.
and value of discussion the conven- posed of Ben H. Thomag. Dan Shep- "May RbsonI is a (',onedy Dt-light."-Ias
and value ard, E. W. Peake George T. Mor- San Francisco Chronicle.
tion wa theonvoequal of any of the mand gan and Chas. Durant. Prices: ,r,,.. .. 7., $1.00 and $1.50..
waterway conventions ne ad atte The objects of the club are to ar- Seat Syale. Tu, 9 a. m.
e. seventy-eightrange entertainments for the mem-
"One hundred and seventy-eiht ers as well as for the public, giving
siondelegates were present and followed. The ses- motor and sailing' boat races, and
cial entertainment provided by Co- eventually build acltih house. Monday, November 16, 1908.
lumbus interfered a little with the The members present last night Jos. M. Gates offers those Famous Fun- 1
rlwobu butterfe actthattheo represented about thirty motor boats, makers.
real work, but the fact that the con- being as follows: Thos. C. Watson,
vention stayed at work until 1 a. m. g a s follows: Thos. C. Watson, LITTLE CHIP
Wednesday morning shows that the J Lillard. Edw. W. Peake, Ben H.
Thework was not slighted. present elected Thomas, Dan Shepard, Dave Levi,
The Flordians present elect George T. Morgahn, Harry W. Gibbs, M ARY M ARBLE
Hon. T. A. Jennings of this eity and ,arles Durant. Mr. McCowan. W. S.
serve with State Vice Presidant J. H. rating. M. Stagno, A. E. Zelius. H. In The Musical Comedy Sensation,
Drummond on the state executive WV. Gonzales, Dave Witherall. R. B.
committee. The president was direct- Kng H Witherall and W. M -
ed to appoint a finance committee of Falk.
five. to take general charge of a cam- T H E O
paign to raise money, and this com- Call at the Imperial Cigar
mittee was also given organization Stores and see their display LH MVl Y I 1i
powers, to organize all over the ter- IE
ritory interested, sub-committees onof Christmas pipes. Music by Julian Edwards an Alfred
finance, statistics and field worx.Aarons.
nane, statistics and fie wo EXCITEMENT CREATED Grand Special Orchestra.
"Reaffirming the policy adopted at X ON SOUTH PALAOX ST. 0People Big Beauty Chorus.
Mobile, we refused to asont any ON SOUTH PALAFOX ST. The Laughing Show of the Season.
outions of a local character. We Prices. 5acts to $1.50. Seat sale opens
wutions of a locally to wohaacter. We Dr. John B. Harthill, a veterinary Friday, 9 a. m. ........ ..........
want each locality to work to get what s o, w r a
it wants as a locality from tie rivers surgeon, was arrested last night by
and harbors committee and each lo- the city authorities on the charge of
cality is expected to so work, while assaulting with a pistol and his ONE NIGHT ONLY,
the association as a whole works hands, made by a soldier .rationed at
only for the project as a whole. This Fort Barrancas.
phase, and the importance of this Ipol- The trouble occurred shortly before Friday, November 20th, 1908
Sy, I will be .glad to discu s at some 9 o'clock in front of the Palace Sa-
length in the article for t., bunday loon on South Palafox street and the
Wlpaper. Be d case will be called in the reorder's
Will Be Represented. court this morning. Wh-en Harthill
Steps were taken to ha e- the asso- was searched at the police station
elation represented in Mobile on Nov. last night by Captain Etheridge no D A Y SC
2:1 and 24 at the Mobile Basin and pi-tol was found on him. He gave
Tenne.ssee Valley convention: in New bond for his appearance before the
Orleans at the Interstate Tnland Wa- recorder today i
terway Association ?Ixouisiana to e I A play presented by seventy-five school
Texas): in Baltimore at "he Atlantic .-- ---- ---- -- children. Proceeds will be applied to the
association meeting, at the Rivers and eu improvement of Public school No. 1.
SHarbors congress and the Southern [ te I IZe O
Commercial Congress. Ten thousand A
dollars was fixed as the amount need M i Prices: Lower floor and balcony, 50c.
ed to prosecute the work of tae asso- I
ciation the coming year. 1 l er
I owe my re-election Ls treasurer Seats may be reserved at Coe's without
to the good support given me here w l lI extra charge, Wednesday, November 18th,
in the way of mea-bership," said Mr. i SA BU 9 a. m.
Watjnman. "I had lots of work. and'
will 'have more during the co nin
year. hut T wa.s glad to br".re-elected.
especially by such, a convention. It Just leave milk alone R0iT
was a compi ardent that I ee franklygenerate A
pleased by. but I must attribute it to and Will geneote Over
the Pensacola mnmouership more tall ,-in 1



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Children's Days Mondays and Thursdays, from
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Top Buggies and Runabouts. Light Delivery Wagons. White
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Matinee every day. Doors
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Three night shows. Night
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an old pair of shoes, an empty cigar
box and an empty stationery box. On
the back of the stationary box was a Jua t
statement of how much was taken
from the store, amounting to sixty- dols
eight dollars. Frs/
Inside of one of the hats was-found
the name of William Blacklock, 521
Second avenue, Birmingham, Ala. In er -I
the other hat the name of B. Weil,
Hudson. Fla. J. C. Shoumaker and his
fai hlier. J. R. Shomaker, have offered a Lt
reward of one hundred dollars for the poutxd I fl 7
apprehension of these parties. % 1
Personal Items.
R. H. Adams, an extensive turpen-
tine operator, is here to spend a day
with his friend, J. E. Goodwin. 8r.
D. B. Page, of Floral. passed .
through here on his way to Pana ma BK
CitV. 9 W11cs
Mrs. Stokes, of near Chipley, is on
a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. HOLY ORD=Er Mare ores latest
M D rA dramat *stAory o1 soe aS rc, 0
J. R. Bowles. Her mother, gMrs. eat trtivi nso k d i td s, a
Bowles. is quite sick. contracted with reed and "tg-rsac.
Mr. Abercronrble, harbormaster of Here. the plot flows aloeg egmly .as6
Pensacola port, is spending several sumon ; tre, stures over
days here.o to
We are having very fine westher Publisher's price, $SL_6; Mie, $1.30.
and cotton is still being gathered and A y T. HOWLAND,
is being sold in town. HARY T. HOW ND
Business is picking up. Merchants .A *1k m 3 ft `1k o 0
are very well pleased and they antici- an h am
pate good business through the fall
and winter months.
The last quarterly conference of the ere re several arti here
M. E. church, South, will coneven
bere on Saturday next. Presiding El- last week looking~ out homesteads.
der Cousin, of this, the Mhsrianna dis- There wer two or three who sent in
trict, wiFl preside. This will be the their application for homestead re
last regular appointment of Rev. J. cently and there are several valuable
M. Maunn. P. C. conference will soon homesteads near here yet.
convene and Brother M'nn may be Geo. Overstreet has moved up on-
sent to another charge gext year. the south prong of Wetappe creek to
Rev. Mr. Burnes fled his regular secure a homestead.
appointment at the Baptist church Mr. and Mrs. S. Dyer and Miss Dyer
last Sunday. of Wetappe. came down Saturday eve-
Your correspondent bled away t ning. Mr. Dyer and Mias Dyer st-
Round Lake last Saturday and came tended the sina pg school.
home on the late train with a dock W. F. Woodford returned today
that was killed. In the pond that even- from Wietappa creek.
ing. They are plentiful there. F. A. Schermer pent to St. Al-
drews today to meet Mr. A. Moog, of
A- -s - Battle's Wharf, Ala., who is expected
FARMDALE to arrive on the Manteo.
et ... One or the Other.
c Knicker-An expensive summer.
Special to The Jeurnma Bocker-Yes, either Bryan or my
Farmdale, Nov. 12.-Mr. S. Carter wife is asking for more money all the
made a trip to Blountatown this week. time.--New York Sun.


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A good paying establishedd
business on Palafox street.
This proposition is worthy
immediate attention. Ad-
dress, if interested, C. S. J.,
Care The Journal


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