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
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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:
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Additional Physical Form:
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).

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yaAsociated tBus, recently purchased ey t. E.
Gan Francisco. Nov. is Ia.aders & Co. which aasd Thrsday

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caution of ,unlipal ,n n segronnsnwa
city, wa i shot and se woundedmight re r o ga
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as a Yror 'in the !are and crew, was knocked overboard aad

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hit it, shooting occur -8pe __or estabIl lbe 1 -ersey 11 "Cityd, .gting. report to him froi ti eo to tim o- lyng near the IIf mavido station,
-i-Eght Mr. He ney wpsce-rcous, end by the public At largi Bad lad Wror tainl hlet e .pet *lf peeniar, ----ust hat caused taic
b~euie'd: to he kbbhoar4 and dgewn-
sh will live th proseut0 iim." e"b4 Is u al The amaec lent
Physicians in atteldamp 4m Heney YkEo3o aPtnor.stlat et wt about 3 oioln.k
expressed the opifaic4 that te will live. L .John Lurle2 famevmiy
lih inu*b ethishexaminatin.erima!-, ha positioneroyle en boartl. isr-
the brain, as at ftrst t v iCrltodmf heavtoy prvoous to Gan deg

I o.ttam n Duke, Haas said: : Rwhe Sieei when he was knoche- aver-

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Se utesta .been received, priucipally from the rifi~ed myself not forn b t p l a
msar ilhe kal Diant: -g for those ea rred

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wrkat ber tracts for repairing 5,00 cars or know the fact that I 'was an exoa -
rea to 4 rder ferent roads. v wold have ome kho ny sion Compelling the Rail- erican tedera
ruined me; that Is why I shot him."
tm, n ov.i i.-4oea re- roads to Publishing Divis- Mitchell May Be O feateI wo the Ire
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Bryan ...................., 82,943 [n L TE HOLD COTTON -sTH EE JOIN lYd oe. ita oni
Taft ....................... 1 52,A579 pose of smoking
Ch I TL..A...P AT...... .D104Denver, Col.. Nov. 13.-Rumors of menknow aow
Debs ................... ..... .i 3a By Associated Pres contests for official honors in the they managed
Watson ...................... 106 San Francisco, Nov. 13.-In an ad- American Federation of Labor are e- dory and proee
Hisen ............... 52........ dress delivered last night at the ban- nin to e heard, although the ec g station. Th
Gilhans ................... 25 quet of a local promotion organize tion of officers does not occur for a ued at the
tion, Charles M. Schwab, head of the week. No one is mentioned as an The Cbrning
Total ......................137,0m8 I Bethlehem Steel Corporation, attrib- ppnent President Gmpers r by Capt Brad
Bryan's pluraty, 30,369; majority, Indications t e Li- uted the present condition of Ameri- re-election but there is a report at the life saving
28.85& can shipping to what he termed "'the Thomas I Lewis president of the mediately went
The total vote in 1904 was. 181,583. incomprehensible ruling of the Inter- United Mine Workers of America, smack. There
Parker's plurality being 32,773, a oss erals Will Be Victorious state commerce commission," which will oppose ohn Mitchell for the po he when tey
of 2,404 -to the Democrats. compels trans-continental railroad to sition of second vice president. a d a rsen ha'
Cua"onernc o te a untwt-o publish A heir divisions ofi freight It s reliably stated that Mithell vessel. The o e
in uba. Joint Conference of the Na- Davidson County Gand Jury hares wih ocean carriers. Beaus want re-election but that in spite of after much d
Uo fhOPaeU l foe lf Msl c ro. c o tional Farmer's Union and Charges Col. Dulcan B. of fits ruling, r he dclard. io t was this desire Lewis will come out for vessel was take
By Associated P. possible for ;teamer of fureig n aregis- the office. Lewis argues, It is said, station. Most o
SP L Havana, Nov. 13.-On the eve of Citizens Committee Ad- Cooper, Robin J. Ccoper tratio:n to quote through ates d that Mitchell havingg accepted a place the cabin, where
Cuba's national election there are in t- u.nderbid American companie l e with the National Civic federation is located.
dicatins for a victory for the Liberal journs after Issuing an Ap- and Ex-Sheriff Jno. D. advised the citizens of San Francisco cannot hold office in both orgoanla S ortly after
ticket, headed by General Jose Migel Growers, With to protest against the rulings. Anoth- tions Other contests are being men- Bronbet and
Gomez and Alfredo Zayas, candidates peal to the GrowersBank- Sharp With Muder Ex- r portion of Mr. Schwab's speech tioned. Bentt and
respectively for the presidency and was devoted to labor unlois. In part oda ein thlast d on h ported the aba
DEN W M N vice presidency of the Repuolic. ern and Other Interests to Senator E. W. Carmack. a I.said : re ofR CO OE of the
Within the past twenty-four hours Assist. r ai will any a. con of them was ready when he seasons brought over to
y Aseciated Pre there has seemingly been a marked i. se'vaive b iness man hbu!hi ship han. s te induction of morning.
Dnvr, Nov. 13.-Weakeed by depression in the confidence of the fl- y Associated Press. rd her until labor siuaion harsolution the only matter on the pro- Gayle was we
Denver, N o r. ee E Rd- lowers of General Mario Menocal and By AssocmTaed ~-esm. Nashvilk. Nor. l .-Thi afternoon materially changed. untill This is gram tolay was committee reports cola, having re
who threatened the life o dr Mrs. Gene Dr. Rafael Mnotoro, candidates of Ne Orleans. Nov. 13.-With a stir- the grand jury of D)avidson county %hron'-ht aloi y-ou can accomplish T,, lattr of the next meeting ten years, and
who threatened the lwife d n en the Conservatives. with an apparent ring appthal ito ev r interest in the returned a true hill in whici Colon nothing in th, way of construction a plal hecomin a topic of diseuston. very reliable, sob
vievo Clanler Phlpls wit dynamite "la .. ,i ^ ,^ p ...^ r. .Th, ctiof hy all
last Monday. waypnever ive to un- corresponding feeling of assurance of! South agricultural, financial and cont- Dncan ('ooer. his soi, Rbin manufacture. The cost of la or ~in a large number of the delegate ap- even drinking at
last Monday may never ive to un- victory by the Liberals. mercial, to hold lthe cotton and co- ." thi e:ty i rwice as much as inn 'parentlv favoring Toronto, Caada dent which resu
er the experiences f the prison operate for higher prices, the joint ('oper. and x i rift .Tohn D. Shari of the eastern citie. .-lot so m Iuc for 1909 drowning. He
iornlm ou eae te last night WANTS JUST ONE GAME. con renc o the committee of the are jointly charred with the niird,- h,-.-a ~s of the wags paid. but b' Alden Gayle, o
r tha Mrs. Re s condition New York, Nov. 13.-Students of National FarmersUnion and citizens of ex-Senator V. Ca'rmaek. and ese of th aour ai quality f CROKER COMING HOME. unmarried. He
r Te committee of New Orleans, adjournedd Sharp is ihdi. ti d on the charge oi the work perforated. I $3.00.l- maa street.
came from her husband. In whose become fully reconciled to tie abolish- tonight after a long session. i l ae ry tor the fac 00 here in one year becas o th Drblin. Nov. 13-Richard Croker, Larsen an Be
care Mrs. Read was placed by order meant of football at that iistltuton. The appeal is addressed to the peh pi'ee r.e:l- s of '.x witlnes.c appeal on attitude of e uten aitor ani scratn.- 'rmer leader of Tammany Hall. ly regret the dr
of the chief, have been unable to stand the strain ple of the "'Cotton Belt", and says, in the back c, t .e indictment, ad .." ed it off my books as char.'d wil he a passenger on the st amer mate, are also
We think she will never recover," of the resent season any longer. They part: whom i iha: r-. ')Jy D. Car- 'Only concerted action y all h Lusitania which sails from Queens- city ving bee
Wed think she will never recover, of the present season wy longer. They "We especially request all mer mack, widow (f tue d3-1.d senator. merchants involved. persistent and town Saturday. He will not return to Ashing at this I
i r. Read tol d the s lef. W"e pear have broken forth with an appeal toe hants and bankers of the cotton belt Tlhe name of S. C. Carnack. brother unreiittin will relieve the situation. Ireland until May. Mr. Croker de- (ayle was a
t only o questions days, perhaps President Butler for ust one game to extend their obligations to the cot of the slain an ap,.ars on the in- T'il that is done San Frncico will lied o prs an opinion on the re- fisherman's unio
,o ton grower, when called upon to do so, dictm(nit ::4 pr,,cut rt net as-'ame the position that is rihbt- cent eletions in the United States. played at half-m
__ i Ifor a reasonable period, and to do all Physicians oe ate a::ending young f llv Fers In tne commcacial world. saying that he is entirely out of poi- smacks yesterday
other things in their power to aid and Cooper, who v 1i wound d in th, ity. d X when It 'i done. I shall be will- tic his nemory-
L A berencourage such growers anf h holders I duel, said tIni *Ict that their patient is, inTrato ris a aMy udlars her- with man-
'A roseriy Dnne touC IVof cotton. believing as we do. thaial doing as wel a:; would bl expected. It other eastern eapitali.ts."
Sbusiness conditions of the world. and is believed he wi ie to be re- e or r t ld,
Dished Out to ew Yorkers specially of the cotton world, steadily mod from jail in a ew days. GOLD IN MICHIGAN. New Yorkers to Build
r ,obtain.* *WILL STICK FOR 31G SHOW. a-inaw. Mich., Nov. ,1"-T. pos-
...... ib;iitv of findiii godIl in pa.l n quaOSl-
By Associated Press. Cormick, of the International Harvest- Chicago. Nov. 1a.-An hour after Itides in Micbigan along the route of
Nw York, Nov. 13.-A prosperity er Co.. will speak on "The Nation's: James L. Dixon was swoa in as a re- the prepc-ed canal to connect Bay
dinner is to be held in this city No- Agricultural Interests. cruit in the United State marine City Mich.. Saginaw. Grand Rapids By Associated Pe.
v*enber 30. A symposium cf the out- Dr. Butler. of Columbia Uuiv. rsity, corps yesterday. he was apprised that ard Grand Haven, was, urged by State -Doubt has
lok for business by authorities in has chosen, "Conditions Necessary to pV Lehis father, wP-o lived in San Francis- t talogisB Al'fred C. Ibn at a meet- hoe w k, ov. 3.-An apartment the prdet In a
I various departments of finance and Prosperity" for his theme while Au- co. had died and left him $100 000. ing ahre yesteelay a an addition! ot, ex usive y or negres, is to land is so valuab
InduIv is to be a feature. E. H. gustus Thomas, the playwright. ,will Dixon said he would "'stick to the big! reason for the trifding of the project- s oenede onse Nd onthecity. This will hay. he
ltarirman is ta -petak on "The Out- deliver an address on "High Tariffn showA Y Ir and frra esared to go to the ed waste l way. Mr. Lane started before siol hatent hote: Wn thPWare tel thea haarmen g
SIoo for the Railroad": Cyrus H. Mc- Prosperity." marine barrack just as if he had nev- a mting of the GrAnd Sainaw Val- i artme pn bouet mbek H the e
Railroad":OIInd ~iU ,e spr heard of $100.004t. ley lDeep Wat orway Association that olo e ople." tuen tec er 1f -nthelt one.
Sgrl had been discovered alonr the color d people. teo a n
Grand river in the eastern part ot
Roosevelt's Afiican Expedition *, **A* *plated* vimo nf couivn.
RSpringfield. Mass., Nov. 13.-At the BOILER EXPLODED AND O'SHEA GOES TO JAIL. A High School Fratern
In the paInC f wlc .1 dedication of the aMyrick building to-* POUR WERE KILLED *
In the in terest of S.e ,tday a pr rdaper on agriculture stand rural. h# I ov. ai old i c ito b
life, prepared by PresidentetRoo eve t Ba libel suit brought against Mr. O'Shea,
was read. In it he said: I editor of the China Gazette, byJ
By Associated Prm. Smithsonian Institutio ad will gath. I am striving for the principle of boer explosion in the Miller Jdge
.New York, Nov. 13.-That President :r material for the museum during combining self help with mutual help- Pum r mpar s plantaa States extra-territorial c urt ere y Asociat Press arly expelled f
Rooevelt's African trip will not be a the expedition. Further detail; of the fulness. The;prime thing to be done four men were killed and o was decided today in favor of the Berkeley, Cal., ov. I'--T high a lengthy de l
-slaughteriug expedition." is reported trip will be made public by the presi- for the farmer, as for anyone else, i severely ijared. Elbert Miller. plainti. Mr. O'Sbea was sentenced school fraternities la this state were which have exist
_. U. adent next week, he said- In explain- to help himLself. It would be a very* manager of the plant, is be- two months' imprisonment. The told yesterday by Supterintendant ruling of the
by Major eas. U. _A surgeon g that the trip was not for "slaugh- great wrong to allow our country peo- lived to have been inteally ri our ag he Frank F. Bunker. of the e rkeley Prof. B ker dec
stationed at Fort Tottenton, who goes ter, Major Mearls said that it was ple, who have prospered so much. British court of Shaghai. The pro- ol. hat unless th charter of e- ntes not only
to confer with Mr. Roosevelt as one tO9-be in txe interests of science and who s welfare has meant so much consid e property o s cdits were taken up y the Brit- eryity is returned at one to and rmoy of
of the party who will accompany him. to provide specimens for use in this for the nation in the past. Ii any way V o de!r1sh authorities at the request of the national headquarters, those who aroused a far
Mta r Mearis is coauect-d with te country. to fall off from their former position-."-. '9~..4.44 l ludg Wilfley. retained membership would be sum-promotion of

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Better spirits than at.- aay time
*lue the height of the GBte prevail-
ed at the regular momthmy ting of
the Alabama-West Florida Lumber
Manufatot=W association held in the
regular assembly rooms of the Ex-
change Hotel, says the Montgomery
Advertiser. Market cenaditioas were
o over in an exhaustive dias .
aic aly al the members present
took pat is the diauosso aad con-
tributed their individual observa-
tiems on the subjeet.
The status of the market was con-
vidend as prtcUealy unchanged
sMae the last meting of twe lBm3m-
men. It was reported that stocks
w/ er mving m a- r tan I over twelve
S months paet and the tlo"aotiv are
that gber ria ar certamInly
awaiting the pnnjvcturar. In the
lat week them was ntd a married
Increase in Inquiries. It is oe of
the most cncoursgfr east0rem of the
got the optimia of the alumbermn
t Wt1s MtaiIs a tbased upon e aex-
iof Icrssed prices in the
lWiag nter.. They look for
advuoeu by January L An. opera
tion are bsed OB t n o a au Uamre
of theae a reportoI at neworu
an being bUtm eapacttk ambeti
IneaM aad preparations teing4
-A for rapd movement of anl
3Man of the lumbermen gmWat
save it as their opinaoe that a rar
shorta~ would be bot the Arst tru-
ile encountered. Tre lack of car
supply is even now an obstacle to
trade. The railroads are being pett.
toned will he petitioned igor-
ously I the near thutre to try and
bet = apparent heavy demand for
box tar.
Factors which are counted on to
ma1e.she demand are the gueral 1a-
lustrial activity cropping out,- the
pe int conversion of otto Into
m es e, the tidal wave of Improving
ret houses on farm which stood un-
toeod during the panic and the con-
seqent Inerease in opera-
fl0 of all kinds to the south. These
Wadtrs are not regarded as merely wo-
cal. but as being a part of the 2n-
era) outlook so far as the market
for yellow piem lumber extends.
OR aecomt of. the absence of Pres-
Ident Hughes of the association. J.
C. Williams, of the Geneva Lumber
Company. Eleanor, FU, held the gayv-
S*l at Tuesday's session. Thie pro-
-/ ctdings opened at noon and lasted
for mingre than two ours.
After adjournment the members
went down for a lunheeon where all
Were srved according to custom.
Secretary Eddy of Birmingham, was
also absent and John J. Barle of the
Florala Saw Mill Company. Paxtom,
Fla., acted as secretary. Mr. Earle
Is one of the moat active members of
the association and therp was little
h, si(ancy about making him secretary
pro tem.I
Speakers From Outside.
An interesting diversion for the
l)embers wan an address by 3. H. Fow-
ter, of tie United State' forest ser-

We.He took as his subdect, "Por
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O-y Ma UU.s W. os-or s o
an e ow in anakl a survey' of the
Sresomees otf the state. He lbad
maW vmle aq beW mou to make 4
mar exslaing forestry laws In
AW TIMi W_ r w~.wM Pt At the coe
troted. by the last sessios of the -
legaltwue. In many respects the
laws, are a ,a e acc ordiang td
r. .,Us.t e be Iaoved e
chairs could be mode to make the
opeata- ot them o te rac e. In
fat defle the ax eemiadvanced lauc -
reulatin e out to b eesstimber land m
owners Is an excellent Idea, if it Is to
moat awth a general response among

the ue wanted ws must be modif whated
age trees should be untouched by the
r.Pofer t spoke foreaer bef on the mn who -
Lotab waa F. H.RSebin of Osl- vereh B.d.aPdlCBSk i. B
turpetiR industry of the state. He
ae ano aWppeal for m adve a talk on the elaws dae D rir
pelaton of In ess Ala po babies. notfllther m it c-
-He sd eted lawsespeciying what
age trees se ud be untouched by the
A other visiting speaker before the Woman who a u ffer frpan ar-
AsOse-tiowas I. H. Sabin of Os a ere headaches. and altidieea-
kosh, Wian -whon uade a talk aon es due toatorpid lBer, uhould
Inspection of Insurance policies. He not iae their ainnach with c oi-
ed to start interest In the enact. omnel and other drug.
meet of a law in Alabama on this sub- _KY 'UE
Ject and his proposition was referred I-a t'i r.o e. to pre- |
to a committee forl future report. He ve then, Dort hIa 5el
also spoke of methods of adjustment Md dWo er,- h "hhi
o Jire oM peculiar to the lumber y e
Industry. was applauded at the MsM C. D. ~Pil7t e o
d of ht address. als, Tex.writes: TndHer-
The members voted to adjourn at bine the beeltByaect omeI X
2 o'lock and to meet next in Mobile ewasrtried. Itha done myfa-
at the Cawthonm Hotel, on the second ndly and myself a world of
Tuesday n December. Thoe present I o m nd I to
were: G. B. Frierson, Horse Shoe iend e
Lumbe ar Company. River Falls; B. D. PR -
Crte, Twin Tree Lumber Company,
BSaplesvhfle: L. A. Boyd Henderson- ld S w U t .
Boyd Lumber Company. Riehburg;
F. Li Moore. Horse Shoe Lumber ST. LOaIre MO. B
CdomrW y. River Falls; S. D. Dantler,
rU.oilater Lumber Company, Antaun-
raviole; J. J. Earle, Florala Saw Mill __ ___ _
Company, Paxton, Fla.; C. H. Hale. SWod o t rwe&i m= by
Marbury Lumber Company, Martbry; W. A. D'AJT.RTMR RTEo.
B. J. Austin. Coffee Springs Lumber lI r r .
co ay. COOh Sprngs; E. Cain, 1 ,iKaun. c. P B
Lumber Ceipany, Prentice; J.
C. Williams. Geneva Lumber Corn-
paony, leanor. Fla.; J. C. Williams, University, New York city. i. in
Or., "uae; and George W. Ward. of charge of the laboratory and said that
Bandy Creek Mill Company, DeFuniak t is manufacturing plant compares
Springs, Fla. favorably with any in the country.
The goods are put up in strict ac-
Malarin MakesW ate Blood. cord with the, pure food laws and
The Old Dtsdard GROVE'S TASTE- in packages that for artistic merit and
L B CHILL TONIC drives out na- general attractiveness are second to
Jaris and baid up e systs-i. Fo none. The Lewis Bear Drug corn-
8rown people A" children, S6c. pany are preparing at present to cov-
er. the entire south with their new
N Wn P RODUCTS line and in time propose to spread out
all over the north as well.
As a progressive local enterprise
NE PROD UC I Pensacoluans should make it a point
to boost "Bear Bravnd" Products wher-
n ENr AOLA ever they may be.
FOR- Ull I Sull0INE. Look for the signature of E. W.
GROVE. Used the World over to
Cure a Cold in One Day. 26c.
The Lewis Bear Drug Co. Preferred Jewiry.
Henry l. Dtxey, the brilliant come-
Introduce a New Line. dian, was talkIW about the Impish
precociousness of the messenger boy,
says the Washington Star.
After months of special work the "Only yesterday." said Mr. Dixey,
q*Y havin Ia- "a, young millionaire I know rang p
Lewis Bear Drug company, avin a messenger boy and b"andd the lad
staled in their esIFged plant a corn- a bouquet of mauve orchids worth
plete chemical lahbatory, are now $100 or more.
manufacturing and placing on the "'Take these, toy', he said. 'to Miss
market a long list of "Bear Brand" Flo Footlltes, of the Gay Burlesque
Preparations. Next week the goods Company.'
will he ltroduced locally in the way "Ere parting wlt'h the orchids the
of special displays at free leading young millionaire gave them a long
drug stores, admiring glance.
Mr. Moss Hall, who originated a "'They're beauties, aren't they?' be
unique selling plan for the new prep- said to the little boy. 'Do you thin
arations and who is general mann- Miss Footlites will be pleased?"'
ger of this branch o fthe business, "'Well, boss.' the lad replied, 'last
yesterday showed a Journal represent- night when I took a similar bunch to
active throughout the new laboratory Flo I overheard her remark that she'd
and packing rooms. It proved a reve." rather have a bracelet than all the
lation. Mr. E. Norden, of Columbia bloomin' flowers in New York."





I will begin a Special Sale

This Morning, at

8 o'clock

The public Is cordially invited to come and reap

the benefit of the unprecedented prices.

stock new, clean and up-to-date.


R member, the Sale. Opens To-day








Mr. C. W. Weaver, Of
hi.tol, Vt., who was told
by his doctor that he had
only a short time to live,
as he had cou-wu...ptmr,
tol. Duffy's Pure Malt
WhiMskey, which was rec-

om-meudd by the doctor,
gams vigor and trengt
every day, and is in better
Iwealth than he had beaep
in years before it.
In a recent letter Mr. Weaver writes:
Two years ago my doctor told me
I had consumption, that I could live
but a short time, recommending to me
at the same time Dufy's Pure Malt
Whiskey. I have taken it ever since
according to directions. I feel better
and stronger than I have for seven years
past. Yes I heartily endocpe Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey as a cure for con-
Thousands of letters like this arwe
received daily from grateful men and
women who cannot say too much in
praise of Duffy's Puare Malt.Whiskey
for the benefits derived from its use.

Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
ba a sa ltelypm dieinl.mof ml0ra; le t care being used to have every kernel thoroughly malted,
thus detrMlas the s end producing pre ted id~ food in the form of a malt essence, which is the
m t ee tme me adlm iylg Ior Me to science; softened by warmth and moisture its palata-
..bility. d .e ,mrom ~j a it so that it can be retainmAd by the most sensitive stomach.
It mc i s m typbaid, mnalaris, a. y for m of stomach trouble, diseases of the throat and lungs,
mad all mad dewn and ekend Brdkii oathbodyN brain and serves. It is prescribed by doctors and is
as a meinn @dme amwum
Sm a81yw S aW dM? At 3.fSr s Pure Eal Whiskey be sure 7" ou jt geamm.
aim Gbw ad Unsold a large uaisca bottles etoy; aeVer in Pr". MC .I".M
LOu swm t as m4 ,Ckmi 4n labMe, epnd m asakes lbs nsal over the cork is t abies.. Wrl
<.....4 a seawa gene c e ma .5er T..*r hem ~someta mieesal boketm sen ass adium.
THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, Distributors, Pensacola, Florida.


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W. B. Jerniga4 of Pine Barren, was
anmong the prominent visitors to the
city yesterday.
Franlk S. Stone, of Bay Minette, was
among the registered guests of the
Merchants yesterday.
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The maximum temperature yester-
day -was 65 degrees at 1:30 p. m.,
while the minimum was 45 degrees at
6 a. nm. Last year on the same date
the maximum was 55 degrees and the
minimum 35 degrees. The average
maximum for this date is 68 degrees
and the average minimum 52 degrees.
0 a
Farl Spencer, alias "Rabbtl", col-
ored, charged with killing quail out of
season, was given a preliminary hear-
ing before Justice Nichelsen yesterday
and held for trial before the criminal
The case of Dr. John B. HarthUll. a



Funeral of Late W. E. And-
erson Occurred Yesterday
at Christ Church.





an adjournment until this morning at
ten o'clock.
This much for the passing of a citi-
zen who was universally loved and es-
teemed, and whose characteristics
will leave their imprint upon the minds
of future generations to come.
When the funeral cortege arrived at
Christ church, it was met by Rev. Dr.
Percival Whaley. who, as rector and
warm personal friend of the deceased
was pre-eminently fitted to ofliciate at
the last demioistratiou of earthly re-
spect to be accorded the illustrious
dead. Among those who were in at-
tendance at the obsequies were the
mayor, the city council, the board of
education, and the beard of equaliza-
tion. Members of the local Confeder-
ate associations also thronged the
Following are the pallbearers who
served: F. C. Brent, J. S. Reese, W.
V. Watson, W. K. Hyer, Sr., Gus.

Eitzen and C. H. Dorr.
After the beautiful Episcopal seorv-
ices for the dead had been read, the
seasons took the body in charge, the
ertege proceeding to St. John's ctme-
tery where the Impressive services
characteristic of the order prevailed.

veterinary surgeon. was neard in the One of the largest funerals which
recorders court yesterday. He was has oc d n Pensacola took People in thec
charged with assaulting with his ever occurred n Penacola took
hands and also with threatening with place yesterday afternoon when, at 3
a pistol, which werv made against o'clock, the last sad rites were per- rPublc Eye
him by a soldier si..;icned at Fort formed by sorrowing friends over the
Barrancas. :arthill wa6 fined $4 and f the late Wm. Anderon
co-ts on the charge u;f assaulting with remains of the late Wi. U. Anderson,
his handsand discharged on the other at Christ church, and lalt-r at S:. Herbert Putnam, librarian of corn-
one. Jchn's cemetery. gress, has been mentioned as a pos.
1* r* Mary places of business were sible successor of President Eliot, ot
Will Johnson, Jim Fredericks, Hiram closet during the hour of the funeral, Harvard, and if such comes to pass be-
Simmo:is and Marian Winden -were flags floated at half ma-St throu bout fore March 4 next. reports from Wash-
fined $1 and costs in the recorder's the city, school.; remained -lo.- -d dur- :ington i-ay President Roosevelt will
court yesterday for leaving their teams I ing the day, and as a tital ma:-k of I appoint Maurice Francds Egan, present
unfastened. r-: peet of the worhiv dead. .Judge \Vm. minister to Densrfk, to the position
I B1. Sheppard. of the 'United States of head cf ehe congressional library.
The of Clauu Pope. charged i court, ordered the grand jury to take Ting-Fang.-t-e Chinese minis-
with being a dangerous and suspicious W ateu Ting-Facg Chinese._ minis-
character. was transferred yesterday .--. .ter.. VEa the gne recently of Mr. ae d
from the reccrder's court to the corCn-CaL
ty autho-ities. at a dinner which consisted entir,-lv
T P NOTCHER of uncooked food. The dinner was

Nlnete'n cases were docketed for
trial in the recorder's court yesterday.
Thirteen defendants were found guilty,
four were discharged and two cases
were continued. Fines to the amount
of $31 were assessed. One of the
cases was transferred to the coun:v'
Every y will praise yoqr cake,
desserts id ice cream f you use
Blue Ribbon Vanilla or Lemon
Subscribe for The Journal.

given to demonstrate to be diplomat
from ihe Far East that dishes can be
prepared from foods in their natural
A. Holland Forbes, the noted aere-
amut and president of the Aero Club
Sof America, who recently had such a
.miraculous escapt from death when
u'is b!-iooa collapsedd near Berlin, has
returned to -this country, an is mak-
ing flights with the experts of the U.
S. A. Signal Corps at Washingtq1.
Judge Ben I. L ndsey. rnown
throughout the country as one of thej


foremost authorities on Juvenile crime,
has Just been re-elected judge of the
Juvenile court in Denver on tadea
pendent ticket, being opposed by both
the Republican and Democratic ceada.
Now that Duchess Vera of Wurtem-
berg has 'been a delighted vpasenger
on Count Zeppelfn's airship, traveling
aloft over Lake Constance for an hour,
all the royal ladies in Europe ire re-
questing to be Invited to become "sky.
Prince Helle de Sagan Is in hot'
water with a judgment of $1,NtU
against him on protested motes give
by the prince to a dealer In antiqui -
ties before he -became the hus hand at.'
Anna Gould.
Wten Mother law It.
Jimmie (admiring tattooing on
chum's arm)--Say, dat's great; did It.
hurt much?
Charles-Not until my mother saw
It.--Chicago News.

Perfect Confidence

Pensacola People Have Good Rases
For Complete Reliance.
Do yotr know how-
To find quick relief from backache;
To correct distressing urinary lls;
To surely cure sick kidneys?
Just one way-yoar neighbors noew
Have used Doan's Pills.
Have proved their worth In many
Here's Pensacola testimony.
-Mrs. W. F. Wiliams, 304 B. Alcanix
St., Pensacola, Fla., says: "At times
I had such severe attacks of .b kache
that I was in m!;sery and almost un-
able to do my housework. AAs time
went by the Wtacks became more :re-
quent and were often accompined by
intense headaches and dhiy spells.
There was also an Irregularity
in the action of the kidney seretons.
An advertliemeat of Do*s KIdney
Pills Induces! me to po tfthe Crystal
Pharmnacy and proew a box. They
brought me so m 9ek rief that I con-
tinued their use gltim I had taken the
contents of two boes. I was then
cured and for that reason, have every,
confidence In this sterling remedy."
For sale by all dealers. price 5g
cepts. ste-M"m Co. Donal
New Yk, ale agent for the Unitaed
Remember the name--Doan'.--W
take ao other.

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have Clear Eyes and
Clear Brains.
If yours are muddy
from coffee.

will clear 'em up.
"There's a Reason."





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Having purchased the entire DRY






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China, Glassware, Silver, Tin and Enamelware. Everything Santa Claus Can Bring for the Little One

We WHY 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, China, Glassware, Silver, Tin an
Enamelware for a ten day sale. We will sell for cash only every article in our stock at 75 cents on the dollar. We have prepared fc
the biggest Christmas trade ever known in Pensacola, and we are going to get it. Everything we can see or hear promises a booming
The right kind of Home Furnishings at the right prices.
This sale begins MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16. It affects the very goods now most in demand. Bargain prices at the very height
of the season,
Special attention to Hotels, Restaurants, Saloons, who need their supply of Glassware, China, Dishes, etc. Any article bought
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 of this sale cannot be conceive
until you come into the store and look for yourself.
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China and Blass Dept.





AT 10. A. M.


Special Toilet Set Sale.

35 Toilet Sets, 10 pieces, will go at ................ .$4.48
25 Toilet Sets, 12 pieces, will go at................ .$5.38
25 Toilet Sets, 12 pieces, will go at.............. $4.69
25 Toilet Sets, 10 pieces, will go at............. $2.4.
25 Toilet Sets, 10 pieces, will go at................. .$3.39

Staple Tumblers......... ... ..... -.......4-... .2c,
Goblets .....................................cA
Seven or twelve ounce......................^ 5c
Decorated Blown Tumblers ...................5c
Glass Celery Trays...............................8c
8-inch Glass Cake Salvers ................ 10c
No. 32 Glass Lamps, Complete ..... ....... .2c
No. 37 Glass Lamps, .......................,.35c
W ine Glasses............ ........ ...........4c
Finger Bowls..............................,..9c
Glass Butter Dishes ..................... ...... .0c
Glass Sugar and Creams .....................8c
Lamp Chimneys, No 2.......................4c
Rochester Chimneys, No. 2...................... 8c
Lantern Globes........................... ....... c
Double Side Wash Board.................. 10c
10c Rolls Toilet Paper.......................4c


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 piam
desk, library, drawing room or boudoir table. Lamp and Candle Shades. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, AT 10 A. M.





107 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida.






Sells and Sells Quick.
Advertising decorations under personal supervision of H. B. Loeb,
Southern Manager, 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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DAILY. w-s.Y. SUNDAY Streous Work for Pensacola.-
*J m WVEBT MONING ECEPT MONDAY N "The interest -being taken through- D
out the North in Pensacola and this
immediate vicinity, nowadays, is sim-
ply. amazing," is what a Pengcola Many Farmers' Institutes
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. J^^'a to 1i I II I/HI Many Farmers' Institutes
THE JOURNAL COMPANY., Journal -nan was told Saturday by C.
I. C. Packard, editor of the Louisville U LH ILILLU Have Been Hel din Va-
FPAMA I.. AESF le m en M ager & Nas ville's magazine, North and
SMNA.K M. tSouth. In all the large cities east of Haie i of
the Mississippi and north ct the Ohio, OUS Sections of
-4 TAE P .W at least, if not in all the larger cities United States Forest Service
0 north of the gulf states, there Is a A* te the State.
SUSORmPTION RATES belief that some one of the gulf coast is Endeavoring to Educate
STea.. .. .......... One Month ......... c s bound to reap big advantages the Timber Owners Up to The demand from the f ofthe
i0 100TO ... ... S One WeekM............ 10 from the Panama canal, and Pensacola state for 'institutes" has become ivery
SA.". :::: w i .. -r,-..:: 0 is believedto be te on, according a Point Where the Forests great, and shows that the rural poik
.. .. to Mr. Packard. He points to the nation is trying to keep abreatst of tha
mammoth excursion which the Louis- Will B PreervCd. Limes. The average attendance at
ym mb a 9.. .. ... .. yr m m ,u ville and Nashville road. recently these meetings has been larger this
sfia brought into Pensacola as one proof The future development of the lun- year thAn it was last. More effective
of that great interest-an excursion ber industry in this country lies in work, too, has been done duTing the
which required seven sections of from the direction of a closer utilization last few months than ever before.
r nli=- l uiilldifg-Cnr of iIten to a dozen cars each to bring of forest products. Both foresters and Last year much time had to be spent
O BffEes-Jonrnal Buildi~n-C ne v down from Ohio. The road expects to practical lumbermen now agree oI in the work of organization: thi- be-
Intendencia and DeLuna 8ta. I bring down another from Ohio river this point. ing done, the institue workers have
points on November 24, which may be Just what can be done in tiais field more time to devote to the meetings
A even greater. The rate charged was Is well illustrated in the operations themselves. It is very gratifying to
*: E tia1 Ro 8. R i S 50. Q extraordinarily low, only `0 per cent at the mill of the Great Southern the Experiment Station to note that
SE orial R M n11O8. R IICC4 on a one-fare for the round'trip, with Lumber company, which has just re- where an institute has been held fur
a twenty-one day limit. Pensacola opened its plant at Bogalusa, La., the second time in a county the at
- --- -- is distinctively the Louisville and in response to the increased demand tendance in every case has greatly in
ATNashville's Gulf outlet and that road for lumber after the recent slump in creased.
PEM SACOIAL. FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1908. seemed determined to do some stren- business. This is perhaps the larg- Institutes have been held recently
uous work in building up its southern est sawmill in tae United States, if in the following counties: Escambia,
Send a Conittee charge. He has hugged Indiana soil port and the territory tributary there- not in the world, and is capable of eight sessions; Santa Rosa, six ses-
Sa Co itteewith the instinct of reervaton to.-Jacksonville Times-Union. turning out the enormous amount of stones; Hillsborough. four sessions:
T WashingtOr with the instinct of self reservaoUonf 600,000 feet of sawn lumber board Wahington and Gadsden, two ses-
T W i n. for years and republican governors A Boom for Winter Lawns. measure, per day. A reader can get sions each; and Walton, DeSoto and
The Index suggests a convention of refused to give him up, but it ought The subject of winter lawns aas a fair idea of this quantity of lum- Lake, one session each. Many othe-
aeWt island cotton growers, end then a to be different when Governor Mar- been taken up by the Pensacola Jour- ber when he is told that its output is requests have ben received to hold
atmaug cosaeittee be appointed to gp nal, which says every home in that enough to build a little town of 40, institutes in places where they have
to Waigton to urge a dty on the shall take the reins. city which has yard room should have houses, along with a good sized church already been held, but these request.
Eypitian staple, when tariff reviskio one. The same is true of Jackso'- and a scohol house every day. have been consistently refused, in or
to taken p.-Lake City Index. The Pesecola ash business is the ville and of every other city in Ute This company was quick to grasp der to gove othef places a chance to
A excellent saggestiofi The re- t to show an increase since Taft state. In this climate it is easy to the significance of the rapid depletion secure the benefits to be derived from
AMe ent suggestion. The r was elected. Probably the repubu- produce a sward which will keep of timber resources. Last year it be- such meetings.
ptblcaa n er have solemnly prom- ou will say thin is one of the good green throughout the winter and add gan a co-operative investigation in The state offers fifty-seven lectures
Ised the county that there shall be effects of his election.-Jacksoaville greatly to the appearance of the wood utilization with the United The choice as to which of these shall
tariff revision, presumably at the next MetropB0e6 premises. All lawns should be fresh- States Forest service and arrange- be given is made by the local commit-
seasion of congrew. That revision I The fsh in our wat&r are independ- ened up in the fall.-Jacksonville ments 'have just ben completed for a tee of arrangements. This local com-
to be for the benefit of the people, all eat la poliis, with democrats lean- Times-Union. renewal of the experiments. The mittee has, furthermore, to provide
the people, a, ad the crease In te catch Lee ounty Democratic. work will be along practical lines and for a place of meeting and to adver-
the people, outh as well or*6 ad i& n the Increae in the catch Lee County Still Democratic. will be aimed to secure a closer utill- tise throughout the neighborhood, so
since democrats as well as repbUbksas is probably due more to their sympa- The democrats were somewhat un- nation of the products of the southern that as large an attendance as pos-
are living under the tariff *ytem aR thetic ef rt to furlish compesatiUon easy about Lee county in the late lumber mills and at the same time sible may be secured. The expenses
of xu are entitled to its benefits with- for a geat dils er te a to their s- election, as It had been reported that produce a margin of profit in excess of the speakers are met by the state
ourmareentitle o be t W, a to theiniqutoui uol -the socialists .or Koreshans. would of that obtained by the me Aods The various monies from federal ap-
out discriminatl den co .,.ska to tha laiquitous pol- cast a large vote down in that end which are now practiced. propriati. to the Experiment Station
Our se is=l cotton i entited ida of the republican party. of Florida, but not a single democrat- The field for work along this line cannot b used for holding institutes.
lo protection "against foreign comrpeti- Ic candidate was defeated, all recetv- is broad. It is well known that the Except for the fact of advertising
ion. That competition iaelp to e p * * Ing good majorities. The Fort Myers superior grades of lumber are obtain- there are 'practically no local ex-
n. Price downmeto the l ps t o- Press did excellent work for democra- ed from old mature trees, provided penses, as in almost every case the
the price down to the injury of the T1E NEW DEMOCRATIC cy, and gave the full returns in its they are not weakened by decay or use of a hall has been given free.
producers, and the republicans are LEADERS. last issue in excellent tabulated form. other influences. In other words, a Where a hall has not been secured
hound in equity by all the arguments ew York Wr. -Jacksonville Metropolis. thousand feet board measure of lum- without expense, the meetings have
'hich they parade so inoeegmatly ln Is Florida "Solid"? ber, sawed from a tree two feet in been held under the trees. So farm-
whebaif of the proteove system to e- The republicans are not limited to diameter, costs less and is worth ers wishing an institute to be held
ebaif of the protective syste to ex- ************ The republicans are not limited more tian a thousand feet sawed in their vicinity need expend only
tend that protection to an article of -Georgia in their exam ies of repub- from a tree only eight inches in di- a little time and energy.
ative production muhmore There is no more hopeful sign, for lican inroads in hitie solid ameter. Moreover, timber cut from During the coming week institutes
ant in a cou al ad economic the Deocratic party than the char- critic states. Florida too, haspr- young trees usually contains a large will be held in Franklin, Liberty and
sense than very many others, which terto the new leaders who are corn- inctsthat departed from the faith amount of sapwood. If ties. poles. Calhoun counties. It is hoped that
selus than very many others, which in to the front, of the fathers. etc.. are cut from such material, they before this school year closes, insti-
have been enhanced in value by the "omas Mirshall, of Indiana; Jud- Daytona gave the Taft electors a will decay far more rapidly than it tutes will have been held n prac tical-
operation of the existing tariff. son Harmon, of Ohio, and John A. majority; Cocoa precinct, in the same cut from heartwotl-. It is not good ly every county in the state. Re-
The convention suggested by the Johnson. of Minnesota, -were not elect county, did the same thing; several business policy, however, in a great quests for institutes should he ad-
Indexled ely, fo te to the ovrr of their states precints in Walton county are report- many cases, to aw th most valuable dressed to the "Superintendent of
Index should be called e~lY, for the by accident. They are men of proved ed carried by the republicans; the re- timber into commodities which are Farmers' Institutes" at Gaineaville
olttee of ways and meag is now character and capacity publican candidate for congress iD tias relatively low In cost, such as ties and should reach him at least a month
in session in Washington to consider Marshall stands in the front rank district carried his home county, Mon- and poles. It is the intention, there- before the date wished for the meet-
. revision and it could be more fairof his profession in Indiana. Harmon roe; and Eustis gave a republican ma- fore, of tae company, to find out just Ing.
an revision atdi I tcouldbe more fair is not onty a great lawyer but was jority. Tha- vote in some other pre- what size and classes of timber can Local speakers are usually secured
and impartial now thawbn tam o6 ta e t o mt ffiient cabinet offi- cncts In various parts of the state be best utlized for the cheaper com- to make some of the addresses at the
antagonism was aroused during the cers of the second Cleveland admnis- was uncomfortably close. modules whn givea preservative institutes. Besides these local speak-
hot debates of congress. tration. Johnson, three times chosen These results were doubtless due treatment. ers talks have been s de at recent in-
It we must have protection to Amer governor o republican state, stands more to democratic apathy than to To this end a careful study will be statutes by such men as Prof. Rolf.s
an industries as the lawti the lead r onhis record as a man or republican gains. made to ascertain the amount and Mr. C. K. McQurarrie, the Hon. A. S.
eat It operate impartwvially as Th be thadree new vBy the time the next campaign value of the products sawed from Meharg, Mr. Charles Simpson? Mr. A.
el It operate im tiolly aas all law Thne willbe three new Democratic rolls around, it Is hoped something trees of different sizes and value of W. Stewart, and Dr. E. W. Berger.
hold and h protect our sea island cot- United States senators of equal abil- will happen to induce more activity the products samed from trees of dif- With these men available the insti-
ton as well as the products of north- ity, force and character-two of them on tCe part of democratic nominees in ferent sizes and just how each can be tutes of this season will no doubt be
Factories whose owners eare a-gRes. Gov. Cham- Florida counties. best utilized so as to secure greatest eminently successful-even more sue-,
era factories whose owners are al- berlain of Oregon who was selected It should be an unwritten law of the economy and profit. For example, cessful than those of last year, and
ready swollen with wealth beyond'-te for senator in the primaries, is prol- primary system that a man who re- can a tree eight inches in diameter the success of last year surpassed all
dimensions of a miser's dream ably the ablest ma in his state. ceives a nomination devote some of be best utilized for ties or for floor- expectations.
Sn r Charles J. Hugheq leads the Denver his time to a canvass in the interest ing, and how will the profits com-
The night riding criminals who .t He will succeed Henry M. Tel- of a full party vote in tihe general pare if treated with those sold un- 4 f #
post and burn cotton gins doubtless ler. who went over to the Democratic election. In very rare Instances was treated? It seems reasonable to sup- *
epect a certain measure of ub party on the silver question, but has this done this year.-Tampa Tribune. pose thathe profits derived from the THIS MAN KNOWS. *
expect a certain measure of public never been a Democrat in spirit or sale of treated timber w'.l exceed ---
syipathy-because their motive is to an aggressive Democratic leader. John A Dangerous Proposition. those from untreated timber. Mobile Item.
hol, back the cotton crop with the W. Kern. the Demooratic candidate An effort made -by a Ta npa attor- Moreover, the greater ut e of chem- I e
hop4 of enhancing the price. But for vice-president, will probably suc- ney to enlist the aid of the circuit Ically preserved wood will undoubt- ***
hopan of bnci. te price But t- ceed Sonator Hemenway, as Indiana court in compelling the board of coun- ,edly result in that wood giving a ----
they peed expect no sympathy from ha elected a Democratic legislature ty commissioners to iscue permits res life in service thatwood ivin th An ntrprisin nsacol man in
the gp-at mass of Southern farmers, He is a lawyer of recognized position for carrying pistols to a considerable amount of timber cut annually In the aertising his business uses Mobile's
and Harvie Jordan, president of the and wide knowledge of public affairs, number of Italians should call for United States. simply to replace that recent advancement to advantag;- in
Souther Cotton association sol All tree of these men will e te most careful consideration. Just which is decayed. will be materially hat uging an awakening in his own city.
h a tton association, spos strong and useful in fortifying the now, the sentiment throughout the decreased, and a further -onservation What he say of our city, and barring
for the latter class w'en he said in Democratic oppoetthion In the United state, among law-abiding people every- of forest resources wil result. Re- an error of a few thousand less peao-
his address in Memphis Monday be. States senate, and will contribute where, is for a strict enforcement of cent estimates by the Forest Service ple than we actually have. is cor.
fore the convention of that body: greatly to the rehabilitation of the the statutes against the carrying of place this reduction at 10 ;er cent of rect:
"The very thought of "night riding, Democratic party throughout the coun- deadly weapons. If anything, the re- the total timber cut. The practical "Not so many years ago. mud was
or the poInte of gins should have no .... strictions should be made .uore dras- benefits of these experiments and of ankle deep at ims on Dauphin srred t
olace in the adt s or hearts g s of a cive - tic/than at present. The law permit- the investigations for the utilization horses, cos and goa.s rom0 d The
Ilbted people. The ginners of the :- ** * ting the county commission'-rs to of sawmill waste are-at once apparent. streets and ate out of trash barr!s
oul are no way responsible for FRANK ADAMS OUT grant permits in suc'- cases as they placed along the sidewalks, cars w.>r<'
soutelw price of cotton andrnever will FRANK" POLITCSU deen proper is a dangerous one. in The Retort Courteous. drawn by mules, and not a first-class
be. They should notto b e made the suf.will OF POLITICS. that such power may be abused, A merry party being gathered in a hotel in the city. 'The city limit-,
ferers, or even threatened with the Jacksonville Metropolis. largely through ignorance or careless- city flat made such a racket that the were about two miles from the court-
o of heir g plants because they ness on the part of the county boards. occupant of a neighboring apartment house, and boys hunted birds from two
o. simply provide the medium through *** **** The Tribune can see no good reason sent his servant down with a polite and one-half to three miles out. It
whimplyh raw cotton is convedm ed into a *"* why any number of Italians should message asking it it would be possible went so low at one time as to lose
commercial fora" be permitted to bear arms in this for the party to make less noise, since, its charter and become a port. The
commercial form. Jacksonville has gainTed another community. When it is considered as the servant announced. "Mr. Smith population was then about 30, 00. Th,
And Pesident. Barrett of the ?arm- most valuable citizen in the person that the law is but lamely enforced says that he cannot read." traveling men looked up-n it as .'
era' Union. whose convention is now othe Hon. Frank Adams, of Jasper. as it is. it would seem indeed a se- "I am sorry for Mr. Smith," replied dead town. Lots in the suburbs w-.' |
in session at New Orleans, undoubt- foaner oired.dent of the Florida senate rious proposition to extend indiscrimu- the host. "Please present my compll- selling from $200 to $60 each. ut
edy entertains the same sentiments re i atrn si esosten Notable Health Record. ments to your master, say that I am the tome people were loyal and hId
edly entertains the same entiments progressive planters and 'business men Shortly after the beginning of the sorry he cannot read. and tell him I faith in their city.
and will probably express them. In the stat. present session at Sumaterlin Inst.i- could when I was four years old:!'- "How is it todav. with its miles of
With hl peculiar environment the M'. Adams, with his interesting tute, the remark was made in our The Ladies' Home Journal. paved streets and sidewalk., it mrnag-
Sothern farmer has a greater stake a .... ^ b1., permanent loca i presence that they're had not been dur- c s tem, its b uledee

in the cause of law and order tban purchased the home of W. E. Boone, September. a death among the five As nearly as can b, differentiated. tions.threp to five miles from the ,'w(art
any other man in this section, and on Park street, near Riverside Park, hundred pupils who attended the a job is where a man does most of house, with lot-, selling from 35,0. to
for him to give countenance to night hci be of the handsomest re- school te previous session, says the the work and gets most of the pay, -3.500 each, and a population nearing
ridi in any lawless form would bee i that beautiful locality. The Bartow Courier-Informant. On care- anud-a position is where a man gets 75.000, the home Teon)o boost, the
ridig any we o wold b work of removing their household ef- ful investigation we found that not most of the pay and somebody else traveling men say Mobile is an up-to-
like lighting the match that fired the feets.-om.Jaspea--will begin immedl- only was true, but that there had doe4 most of the work.-Pucek. late progressive town."
train for his own destruction. tely. been no death among the students
.............. The city is fortunate in gaining Mr. during the stdentire previous seon
We advise the Pensacona Journal Adams as a citizen. because of hin This covers ,up to the present time,
to keep its hands off our climate.- wealth; .'progressiveness in the busi- a period of nearly fourteen ths.a
Mobile Register. ness world and extensive interests dua peringod of nearly fourteen month has
We will when your climate ceases here which he w look after. He durin utffonhe of this spleddband'
t atitoushas for a long tme been the most ex- of five hundred boys and girls of
hs rrMtuit0u3 afOnts to Urg and bY lenasive planter and dealer in long which this community has so much rnu
Invidious comparisons attempts to staple cotton in West Florida. and reason thso be proud. The record is a1 h
ahove ours aside and take firt place will continue in the production of the remarkable one and speaks volumes U' HA N U FR
In a compUtion la which Florida ac locate n Jacksonville" said for the health of Bartow and the san-
kowled no superior-n fact no I will locate n Jacksonville." aidpo tary regulations and conditions at With the mention of our pretty and durable Ja
equal t~tis side the Garden of Hes'-"beeause I like the progressive and any institution ever had n -yamon to be
perides, wherever that is. beautiful city, and because I aven- thankful to Almihty God Bartow an 35 cents a yard. None better, but many places will ask
et teressatJser a to l after. oiy bhsi- Summerlin Institute have. It is wor-
We have thus arseen in the press at Jper and other points has thy of a special observance on next Extension Dining Table, made of quartered oak,
dispatches o telegram from Mr. now require a great deal of my atte hanksgivingDay.thgrandchil will be of, to
Foraker to Mr. Taft congratulating ton. Good Effect on Tallahassee. the kind your grandchildren will be proud of. $15.00 to
Wasi on his election. Both good re- "There is one thing I would like Rev. John B. Culpepper amT son,
pubs. to, and both from the sa for 'ou to state In the Metropolis." Burke. have brought the entire city Sideboards from $20.00 to $50.00.
concluded Mr. Adams. "and that is of Tallahassee very much closer to
state. that I am out of politia. My term the kingdom of God within the past
ai state senator htas expired, and 1 two weeks. Their work I n our midst
WRithw democratic governor elect- w -nthe title dropped and my friends has been productive of good that will M& 3EZ _%M a C > LI
ed in Indiana it may be possible 'that to look upea and- emll me plain Mr. live throughout eternity. This city
e-Gov orTaylor o Knt Adams. There s no owes to them a debt of latitude 108-110 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. P
allice within the gift of the people that which it can never repay. It is the
leowd accessory to the murder of Gov-I aspire t& prayer of all that the Lord will abund-
rr Goebel. c now ae back antly bless tem wherever they may
to Leatucky to stand trial on that Subscribe for The JourjaL go.-Tallahassee Democrat.

Does not Color the Hir

Wm. Johnson Son

..The Big Store..

Clothing, Shoes and Hats

A Genuine Cut Price Sale.

Men's Suits, $4.49.
Sizes 31 to 36 and worth $8 to $12.50.
Extra Special *4.49.

Dutchess Shoes for Ladies, $2.10
A few pair of DIchess fine patent .
leather shoes, opera toes, $4 value

Extra Special, *2.10.


Special Price on Men's Overcoats.
For the next few days we offer our

entire stock of Men's Overcoats, Crave-

nettes and Top Coats at a great reduction.

Every man can afford a new overcoat at our
Special Prices.

Ladies' Fine Shoes, $1.92.

One lot ladies' fine shoes, worth $2.

to $3.50
Extra Special, *10920

We Have About Five Dozen

New styles men's and boys' hats
$1.39, worth up to $2.50.

Girls' Shoes, 79 cents

Merriam fancy top shoes, worth $1.
to $2.00.

Extra Special, 79c.

Large Line of Duchess Trousers.

10c a Button, $1.00 a Rip.

Priced from *2 to *8.

p .1~' I




panese Mattings laid on your dining room floor for
you more for an inferior quality.
in golden flnish, massive in construction, and just





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*B~ alagC ""mm, UInSSLiza McGaughey, 11 3. m.*
at Omtry 0ublkmr-= erPo a li- toss, Mrs. S. K
0* N. =IRM 2PU.
10 othqe l rt ww -- -aadwy to Misom Houseman, Coachmum, *
46 Minm us VM WmLhst" bsXING iss JanlStfliman.


Om of the arettlest events eo the
resent asme took place yesterday
"preo- a" .wag wbme the Irst
ChrY E- show which ha ever
attracted gearal ad widespread at-
teatIa m t t eity, was attended by
handreds -,ell Sower enthusiasts.
The etldt, which was conducted by
thP%04she Sobnal1 as-
.ociatm was soe oe tehos weeping
all aatiseeMesaes and there
were few coMaected withthe beautiful
afatr but who had reached a pleasant
pitch 49 eathodma before the big
"am" shew haP half begun. The
exlblt was ajthe tKeyser balliu
There were ankas of them. A moat
artic arage--t served to show
the oo et off to their very best
Svmeam, the sem of the day be-
ing am md bya the clevr roping
MIB.L -.uasCA -man- al the
ardotnen m ttMe. was In qarge,
being br in by Miam Bechul-
man, Meltaty s d Sullivan, and
MMim X. uaSell, m Jn. C. Av-
ery. A. !Ia. F. L. Mayes a- U L.
Meye the dgesbeing Miss Kate
mik, hlrkUn. Dr. McIUlan. C.
W. LJmar. C. W. Hagerman ad J.
WWUi Hfyer. The following exhib.
its fem te Ial schools were show:
ehael N 1.--- exhibits, in
charge at J. WV. Dorr; No. 70, tO ex-
hblMts, Mrs. Dan Shepard; No. 74, 30
esliMti, Meiadame Heroy Hyer and
Oq0" Ap v No ., 15 exhibits,
Mra. Kar Bear; No. 40, 15 exhibits,
Mrs. M. L. Bear.
After a .world of careful considera-
ttie, .a" their tak proved-~ o inco.
slder4Me M-e, the judge decided upon
the following lHt of prime-winaers,
the prises to be awarded at the va-
'Timms ahools next week:
School No. 1, best exhibit, award-
* .4 the NI rblbos; indvidual exhi-
b lso, t inPle. $3. Max T. Cody;
4fo. T70 .nd pria $S, tebeeca Waters:
23d iri 1s1 eackh, Sublettet JoTason:
iNo. 1. Aas Mayr Lewis; N& 2, Clara
Pepper; Me. 40.
IndtvidmW 4owIS: 1st prisa, $3,
AM--ta Wllbeam No. 1; secoed pae.
2. Kabasmi Merrtslon, No. 1; 3V
at 1 each, Frands Graham,
o. 4, W erra, No. 4e. and Rath
Cae-, -NO. 74; A set et 3 2 fourth
rImes were also arran ed as the re,
suit of the kOaaWeea of Mr Johnson.
obeaame eathuslastic over some
CI Ste reminder f( the exhibit, and
voluutee1d11 tt coatrmibte a fee col-
lectima Persimmons au omeagrav-
ates raised en bi EBast Hill property
to be ued as fearth prizes. His of-
ter was secardlaly accepted, and
the Sulowiaf Will be awarded the
novel treat: Battle Salvaat, No, 2;
Marie Born, No. 40: aMd Clyde Payne,
No. 74.
School No. S aemt no exhibit, but
two of Itas brhtest members, Prank
and Arthur Beunm, submitted illi-
vidual exhibitle s. which were note-
worthy indeed. School No. I also
seat a rare ldbition of the potted
pleats. The show. which i to be
closed at noon today, should be at-
teaded by every person In Pensacola.

Catarrh Cinot Be Cured
wittt LCAL APLCATION8. as they
cemmot Vr-ch the M5t of the dseae. Ca-
tar Is a Maee b r osestitutloms dtinae,
o l*er to o e 2 ar ayou st take in-
teraM VWmmlM. Har( Ctaarh CmUt is
taken latIsmaly. d acts directly ou the
beed seam& arn farIee. IHalPs Ca-
tarrh Come I snot a quack mwiacne. it
vas e-ahe tI byn mo the bum. a y a-
elmsIa tns a Oman" or yeamsndftMa
vr'mur mee.sW It s ep i of
t be et >e=- % combla"e wa the
inlmea Ibe eceaina-
--e thbe two t Is what pro-
NeWs eSek s m 1t 0 results la priaS
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J.Bt ariand the or-
nr. We're ready,
for instance

Princms Fruit Cake

at 50 per pound.

K or's Fruit Ca

at Mcpouw |



-rcaf.1 a

Far surpassing, the expectations of the
most enthusiastic of its early support-
ers, It is in reality a creditable affair,
and one in which the city may well
take pride. It Is perhaps needless to
say that the affair will be an annual
oee, as the result of the Immense
amount of Interest which has been
manifested this year. Today the blos-
soms will be sold. and by noon the en-
tire stock of the nodding autumn
blossoms will have been disposed of,
the proceeds to go toward defraying
expenses incident upon the exhibition.
The morning Bridge Club will meet
this morning at the home of MiNss
LiAzze MoGwmghey at 11 o'clock. The
regular meeting was postponed from
Thursday morning on account of -the
BaEss-rbes wedding.
Miss Jennie Stillman will entertain
at a theater party this evening in com-
'*pliment to the Misses Coachman and
Munnerlyn. The afair will be a bril-
liant one. and will prove a fitting cli-
max to the week's attentions which
have been dsowered upon this trio of
Jacksonville girls.
The Naomi Rebekah Lodge No. 13
conducted a well attended dance at
the I. 0. 0. F. hall last night, many
having been present until a late hour.
11e I. 0. 0. F. haM was the scene of
the affair, which was pronounced one
of the noteworthy events in the
records of the order.
43One of the clever events of the week
will take place at the Country Club to-
aight, when a dance will -be given by
Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Mallory Kennedy
in honor of Miss Parkerson. who is
here from New Orleans, as the guest
of Mrs. G. A. Waterman.
This lovely Crescent City girl has
been accorded every honor this week
in the local social set, but none will
urrpass the pretty and interesting
event which is to take place tonight.
Miss Vesta, the charnmng little 12-
yeaiold daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Is. Dicer, of North Sixth avenue, en-,
tertained a number of her friends yes-
teay afternoon at a cleverly plan-
net chiiden's party, the affair having
been givdn in honor of her birthday.
Games and ansic consttuted the
ammements tor the afternoon, the
.bors having been from 3:30 until 5
o'clock. Delicious refreshments were
served. Mise Vests, 'who proved a
most satisfactory hostess, according to
the young people who were present at
the pleamsat aair. was the recipient
of many beautifl birthday gifts.
The members of the Bass-Forbes
wedding party were entertained at a
box party last night, the attractive
bevy of young society folk being the
second theatre party of the evening.
The event proved of unusual interest,
Miss Annie orbes. of Hopkinaville.
Ky., having been the charming guest
of honor. Miss Cornelia Bass was

"l% first of a series of winter dances
wWleh occurred at the Progress Club
room, proved the brilliant affair
which was anticipate, many couples
having enjoyed the occasi"m until a
Jate hour.
The K. of C. Ha, Which was used
fe t occasion, presented an attract-
ive apearance with its elaborately
owned ladies and their dashing es-
eolts. and the recent season could not
have been ushered in more auspicious-

31.M Peter Bell, of North Barcelona
streetins entertaining her siter, Mrs.
Minnie Fowler, who dafted last night
m her brome In Meanphis. Tenn.
mrsF oplder Is in Ie-1d by her
bambome young son. Walter, who
wiN be a valued acquisition in the
younger set As this is the first visit
that the sisters have enjoyed for
maMy years, the sojourn of Mrs. Fowl-
or will be a most pleasant one, and

OUTFITTERS TO WOMEN. garden. Being a man who believes
nla doing well whatever se undertakes,
he went at his gardening experiment Your laundreft may
FACTS $8.50 OOATS, TO-DAY $5.00 n a business like manner which has
brought forth highly satisfactory re- a
Snch Bla B d C ts splendidly and his family are now eating hope she is *
Sntailored, newest styles, semi-tting, to-day .15.00 C.hine mustard rutabagas and Nevertheless, there
1* R ,S IC* white Dutcha turnips, beets, onions,
$30 TALORED SUITS, $19.75 ima beans and lettuce, andare notcare to entrust even
W is.. looking forward to having cauliflower
i An extraordinary opportunity to obtain and headed cabbage la about a .noa3th. to her-lace handker-
W O M B the very choicest in Broadcloth and hard- There Is also a fine stand of celery chiefs, for example;
finished Worsted Tailored Suits, Elegantly due season. colored goods; or, pos-
fittedand finished. $30.00 values, very The plants are a good color andare sibly, a shirt-waist of
975.J heading up like small cabbages. In
special ................................. fact, te garden shows what more than ordinary
can be done with a combination of beauty.
Tallahassee soil, Middle Florida cli-
Air ni trmate and systematic labor. Such articles as these
f ,,Resolutions Upon Death of John C. you will do well to wash
SWhereas. We of the Tallahassee yourself-with Ivory
|| volunteer Fire Department have suf-
S..f red an Irreparable loss, when on Soap and lukewarm
HINTS FOR MILADY. basket which form the the afternoon of November Gth. by the water.
| HINTS FOR MILADY. round a flt bakt which forms the will of Al-nigtv God. aur beloved
C\ lore d lesarIfo un --i beai ..lI bottom. friend and fellow-member, John C.
SColored laces are found in beautiful There is hardly a bit of bright mate- Bennett. was taken from our midst, 0VA Oa ,
shades, with medallion empiecements rial around the house that could not be it av- ws
to. match. They look very rich as a be fashioned into a charming gift Resolved. That the department has 994.- 4. ] pr
^ *'^ ^^ r^u I-iI trimming for colored not waists. The that would well repay the work done lost one of its best members and the 94 Per .t. re.
ltrimming ftor oores e wosrcted Tso upon it by the competent needlewo- whole community a noble example of
"YD smaller patterns are constructed so -,rue young ma noodeaehamp eo-
LYDNo other meIdease that they may be taken ap- rt to trim man. true young manhood, a thorough gen-____
S there medicine has 8any portion of a dress or aist. MEALS FOR A DAY. hearts can ne whoe filled. Bace in our
successful in relieving the suffering The girl who serves afternoon tea Saturday, November 1-. i hearts can never e filled. Be t frA SPECIAL
of women or received so many gen- to her friends, ormaly ornformally BREAKFAST t lived, That a copy of these res- SHOWING OF
nine testimonials as has Lydia i should haved a little receptacle at her Sliced Bananas. With Cream. solutions be sent to the press for pub-SO W N O
PinkhZam'VegetableCompond. U side called a sandwich holder. Thed and Calves' Liver Brolled. Potato Cakes. l-ication, that a copy be spread upon
In every communityyou will find places are In any rosentle and light Biscuit. Hominy. our minute book. and that a copy D AKbe
women who have been restored to color^ of china, It is usual to pUr tiny Cafe an Lait. -ent to the bereaved family as a
health by Idia E.nkham'sVegsandwiches In the top one, battered The Journal mark of the esteem and love in which
table Compound. Almost Ceery toast in the second one, and small LU NCHEO. weheld him. To-Day at
one you meet has either been bene- cakes or slices of layer cake in the re Omelet BRADFORD BYRD,
lited b it, or has friends who have. third one. French Toash t G ?s A. E. LicC Rn.l
In thje Pn'kham Laboratory at A tiny alcohol iron for pressing- Salad ofStrin Beans. LEWIS.
Lynn,MR-".anywom ananydayma smal rticlese--anlkerchlefs. colors Blanc Mange, With Fruit. .. .
see the flies containing over one 7- and tie- e8 Isin-a nickel Casewit Small Cakes. 5 South PalafoX St.
lion one hundred thusae tte & lamp and stand, that together Tea. Milk.AI
from women e h l hardly larger th.... the m---- of ourDINNERAre Microbes in Yomr Scalp ut

from Women t lt e e a hand. The iron Is of polished nickel Osr SO.. M E o ades
may read the letters m which they and has a handle covered with straw, Oyster Soup. 4Many ExplanatioH of .aldnea Have
openly state over their own Signa- so that no holder Is required. It is Candied Sweetotatoes Been Advanced. The Most Cor QUALITY COUNTS.
tures that they were cured by Lydia convenient to use when neither gaw Mahed Potatoes rect is That of Microbes.
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. nor electricity is handy and the size SuM o, tash. .. --t
-D X 8 88 m V a ande p t of whole o O ee t. Succotase.aTe term "mAcrobe" refers to a par-
Lydia Paa d's Veg ble sam vet s o f t ol the Celery and Cucumber S.lad. asitc plant or fungi also Called bac-50
(brnpouiad has saved many Women tuakesi t a most us~ part of the Orange Fritters. With Fbam Sauce teria. A microbe is so small that $*0
yrdomsur i l hms e.- tae A unique present for a wooden wed- Cheese. It can only be detected by .t.e aid of
SLydia Pinkhams3 Ve ble A one of the n lo bodwCafe Noir. a microscope. Some microbes are For the best Work She
Compound is made from root and birtlhday or other cakes for spe- harmless, while others produce va- you have ever bought. Ab.o-
herbs,withoutdrugs,andis whole- ,ial occasions. These are de of a WOUNOf6D GREEK REMAINS rious diseases, and derive their titles
some and harmless. smooth, white wood, about twentv AT THE POLICE STATION through the form of their growth or lutely solid leather, or your
The reason why Lydia E. Pink- Inches in diameter. The center Is left Geoe A ew ecaus of the diseases they create, money back, while, for
ham's Vegetable Compound is so plain or is burnt to a delicate tint, dealer Andrewas hot the left th taich diseases are fectios or con-
sucesstfl isbecause it contains m- white wanted edge iS a border, Thursday night by Chas. W. Jones, is Prof. Unna of Hamburg, Germany,
eents th outer ind ich h c o te tili n the sick ward at the police and Dr. Sabourand, tae leading der- We will sell you a pair that
the feminkine organism, restor~ig it tbouter rimt and the depth of the station. His wound is healing and he matologist of France, dicovere that "
to a healthy normal condition. er tinIt a cnl o will ordoilbably leave the sick ward to- a microbe caused baldness, and their yOU cannot duplicate for less
Women who are sue ro era at Intervals of an Inch of r mordes day or tomorrow. theory has time and again been amply than two dollars and fifty
thoeedistressingilspeculiar their at be *big enough to allow your at3 s still t onfineda Ceen fenty varied through researd on t ch and experi- cents, and then there's our
sex should not lose siht of te largest circular cake pan to slip into ail. onned e county ments carried on gh the obser-
facts or doubt the ability of the space easily. The candles are v nation of eminent scientists. This mi- $250 AND $3
E. Pinkham's Vegetable then set Into the holder, instead of crobe lodges in the Sebum, whic is .5 A D 30
Ihecae. T*h1h annr the natural hair oil, and if permit- WORK SHOES,
'to restore their health. the^ |ke. T m mil nrtedt. to flourish. it destroy the hal:UJ, .
rt tt It is never too early in the year to te ntourish, it destroyed thsehalem t a.n
S. -...g- n to nke Christmas presents. N. r r follicles, and in time the pores enttre- Which are the acme of per-
it is safe to predict that she will fi ad Jet now fere are maay new I .a ln tay fiction. If it's good honest
ire In a number of events In the so. deh may be picked up even on a shiny appearance. When this cton. I s go oones
cial set in which Mrs.. Bell holds so d4uag a morning's walk. Take, for Iappens tiaere is no hope of the hair leather shoes you want. Mr.
prominent a place. iataee, the matter of workbags. ro a revved. tagious disease working Man, they give
S---- Ther lay be made In all lsases and NW S N i .Dandruff is a contagious disease yVorks r they a ia.
MR: AND MRS. McNEILL si they may be fashioned of I II which U I a microbe causes, and later Meyers Work Shoes a trial.
GIVE CHARMING BOX PARTY. muot all materials, and *when done produces itching scalp, falling hair W. A wer or .not. r
The Misses Coacaman and MmBer- tey are always useful -- and baldness. Dandruff is caused by Ve say good wear or another
lyn, of JackeonviMe, guests of M. R. Tis year re rtoaely ao8c "l aJoura.y the microbe diseasing the sebaceous pair.
F. Mitchell, were entertained lt aight deairble, and it may be purchased in a to T. Journal. matter which driea up and scales off.
at a box party given by 'Mr. ad Mrs. ay. delight al designs. There is the Tan ee Nov. 13--Te old Sometimes the cuticle surrounding
McNeill. A theater supper was en- heay corded variety; there Is the soft Freedman's Bank on Adams street the xair allows the natural oil of the
Joyed after tbe play, the eve t Drow yetw translucent kind of domestic across from the postoffice has been hair to force its way between the
ing pretty arranged, and oeet i a- am, and there isthe fascnatn put to variety ofses since theflakes of scarf skin direct to the hair,
sual gaiety. a cretonne, wa so inatinty to a when ity of uses s w nce hand the microbe being between the lll ll
SI d prettdays wen s steps were being flakes force them apart and they scale .
MRS. BELINGE TOENT TAN As to the bags, there are the ample thronged wita the dupes of the carpet- off as dandruff. Feet Furnishers For Folks.
THE TUESDA l BRIDGEr w e otns made to draw up with a ribbon bagger who went there for definite .We have a remedy which positively
tr.m Henry Bellinger wll mortals 4 ogen made on a stick. These last, information concerning the promised will remove dandruff, exterminate 102 South Palafox St.
The members of t e Tues"day 3-ure by lub at the Old Mill Inn at ts t nt a areulikot togtici ot o 40 acres and a mule, but none of in the scalp, tighten and revitali-e --
regular meeting. Miss liae Chipley .Umem yAd little pockets maye -be ar- these uses have been more appropri- the hair roots, grow hair and cure
was successful in carrying t fArst em ,e a aroeud them so each indi- ate than the use for which the build- baldness. We back up this statement Everyone knows that we
honors at the recent meeting of the vial help to sewing may be quickly ing is now being prepared, on our own personal guarantee that are agentS for the BarTy
club. and easily found. The sticks on In a few weeks' time it will be- this remedy, which is called Rezall
PROGRESS CLUB TO ENTERTAIN whlch they are made are purchayd come the headquarters of tCe city, in 93"' Hair Tonic, will be supplied free ShOe--
ON THANKSGIVING. at awost any hardware store for 1 it being the offices of the electric, of all cost to the user if it fails to $ a d 40
One of the many events lanned for cet apiece, and they may te round gas and water plants, and of the city do as we promise., it will also re- $3.50 and -.
Thanksiving week will be thetdame or 1At like those used in the bottoms tax collector. This office the city store gray and faddd hair to its orig- But they don't know that
which has been planned byt e S ndow curtains. council has deemed it wise to com- final rich, glossy color, if loss of col- U -- .m
ress Club and *hich wll ocr Bags strung on ribbons need rings, bine, it possible, with the manage- or has been caused by disease, yet we are alSO agents for the
Wednesday Nov 25 The FrupWr and te best are of wbite bone. They ment of the various plants, as it will it is in no -sense a dye. Rexall "93" --
Club holds an enviable recor t w re are for eale at art needlework shops be a saving to the city of about $800 Hair Tonic oaecomplishes these re- |'J J SO
social functions of this sort are ca- aid they cost little. It Is a good idea per annum. Consequently, the col- suIts by making every hair root, fol-
cerned and its Thanka giving a r to give the dainty lady a glove bag lector's salary was cut down for t ie licle and pigment gland strong and The ibet and slickest ihe
will be one of the events of the week tted with different colored cottons, future to the nominal salary of $20.t, active, and by stimulating a natural - -
..e.. onovoiesee, scissors and thimble. and Mr. Ellis. the manager of the flow of coloring pigment iato the hair on earth for $3.00. Come min
CIVIC LEAGUE ELECTS Ir tme matron what could be nicer rest of the city's business, became a cells. and see t t._t "W 1 do
AN EXECUTIVE BOARD. tS a darning bag with a china egg candidate for the office of tax col- Rexall '93 Hair Tonic Is entire- '' a ,.-- . .
The following executive board wa or one of the patent darners and sev- lector, ly free from grease or sediment, is your heart gOOd.
elected at the recent meeting ef the ual ies of darning needles? The building is well-located, well- exceedingly pleasant to use, and will m al
Civie League: Tar the girl a "white beg" is nice. ventilated and lighted, and is in every not gum the hair or soil the clothing -
To serve one year-Meadames J. S. This may have cottons, fine and way desirable. It will be remodeled or pillows. 1 mM&
Roberts, B. 8. Wlisiams, Lee Damiell, eme, and all kinds of needles with- inside for the convenience of the We want everyone troubled with i L I
J. W. Lurton. Frank Mar'to. Ia. work to be done there, and will be hair or scalp ailments, even though
To serve two yasm lkedeames T. Bags may be of other materials ready for occupancy by the first of they are bald in spots, to try Rexall
H. I.Annon, Max Beer. Wilmer Hall than cretonne. Little white embrold- December. "93" Hair Tonic on our guarantee 321 and 323 S. Palafox St,
Frank Mayes and Miss NMhrgaret Me ered bags are nice. ad lovely ones A Fipe Garden. We exact no obligations or promises, -- la
lrtyre, e de of large silk handkerchiefs A gentleman of Tallahassee, whose and simply ask you to give it a thor- VpLXS- c rz.
The following permanent comlte or bhmdanas, bright with color, sedentary employment makes it nec- ough trial, and if not satisfied, tell___________
tees were appointed: Bags my be round or flat. Some essary that he should spend a small us. and we will refund the mosey
Tree Planting-Mesdames J. S. Heb- are liilt on a foundation of covered portion of each day in the open air, paid us. Two sizes, 60c and $1.00. The JOurnal delivered at
erts, Lee Daniell. J. W. Hobkia. laribes., and the most beautiful of has taken his exercise during the past The Crystal Pharmacy, Breat Build- "
Press-Misses Burnham, Buruw ad all are of pouspadour ribbon gathered few months in making for himself a ing, Pensacola, Fla. your door, 10c a week.
Mrs. Moog.
City Plan---Miss Margaret Mcltyre, ...... ... .I

Mesdames Max enr. Joha ei
H ceSimpon. Mdorris Bear.
Street-Mesdames Wm. Hal, Mayer,
SFriedma. Lad es
and Hardwick.
Ways and Meaa Me Aa-fas Lee [
Kehee and Julia Whiting.
City Plan-Miss Margaret Mc nyr e,
Meealames Max Bear, Monrris Bear.
John Beard. Horace Simpesron yon.. n ta
Ithas been suested at each % "I was sick for tw 2) yo years" wrtes Mrs. r
member wil retain the above lstot o ww l w no sick for t () r, w M. Je Taf
permanent committees. i1t may nr O y y au. advised to take Cardui, .hat gmt womaU's medieis which Mnouat o Pla i, T.T "before I ued Cardni. I was so bad I
convenient in case of desiring to eom has done so muah good to all sick wmsen. couldn't get u without help. I had prelapme all
woul lie t cetaie tt Every woman should take Oardui, once a month, as it will the time and had to lie in bed nearly all the
ary calls. assist in keping her organs in proper working erder, refresh the time. I wOld do a little wwk and thenma h to
r eitit a nd help to keep her in health. lie dow for a hour or moe. -I had bad shivering
PERSONAL MENTION. omands of than l wom written to tell oa the great 4 ]9 .l-at my periods and a swi ing in my head.
Miss Tillie DeBroux, one o Peasa- benedt they have obtained through the paper use of Cardui. *m taking OCardi, my organs don't bother me at*
cola's most charming young girls is These wo receive the most benAt a the ladies who give it a oL.M 'a. aed beat helped me so mucn, that
in Detroit, Mehigan, where abe is eah triaL Idi ft have t go to bed say moe. I hae tabm
joyag a deliatful time. es it regularly, til m. results are obtained. -g a-tr sx 8) bottles of Cardui and new I a
Mi ses Reine and Lmab cab s& n Try iett for r de .meto w bat arm they W "
Yesterday for on"W.omery to be tbam probably do themlagtd It seap he the wery m Tuy .b at, wi floR direetios fra
also visit friends in Demopolls d "--
their absence.
Mr. P. tone is till very Ill with
pneumonia, much t tohe e gt e a t
ssay friends. *
Mr. C. U. ChriateMson, ot CMage -
who has been spending the la t twO
ic-veks in Pensacola, the gmuet o .,r.
and Mrs. Jas. Hansen. on R Himll,
U 1tal&st a" hose 'eity,


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r" ADS


We are offering a very nice 5-roomn, one-story dwelling on North Alca-
als street. -with a lot fronting 45 by 125 feet. OaEast Hill car line.
Can buy a one-story dwelling on North Reus street, near Gadsden
street, containing '5 rooms, with lot 60x125 feet This is listed for only a
few days at this price.

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
your landlord.

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

Jno0. W .Bullock, Jr,
Rooms 304-306 Thiesen Building




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. Thl
plant is up*to-date in every way and can be purchased on very reasenabilMe

"THE RENT COLLwv, i urS"
206 S. Plafoxt St. Phone 87. PensaolIa, Florida

For Rent


FOR SALE-40 well broken work sters..
average welght about 12-00 lbs each, anti
1 ood milch cow. See, or address J. .
Williams. Cor. 8th Ave. and l::tli St.
1 1OnvW*
FOR SALE-Paper-shell pq-cans, fresh
and of best quality. :!7- per pouind, any
quantity. Phone 1014. Wl.. Acosta. 10th
avenue and 13th street. novl;tf
FOR SALE--The best grade of Alabama
coal at $ per- ton. Jellico at $7.
Prompt delivery. Stratton Ice %W.rks.
TICKET TO CINCINNATI for sal- cheap.
Apply Clerk at Merchant's lHotel.
FOR SALE-Four-room house near Mrs.
Morgan's, -All Bay." 15 feet front on
Pensacola Bay. Fine shade and nimany
Sbeartig ft and peach trees. Prire. $600
cash. Phone 549 or write P. O. Box "B .
Pensacola. 13nov2w*

$25 a month for 2-story,
-room and hall house with
all modern improvements, on
Bay Shore, at White's Sta-
tion on Electric Car Line.
The Fisher al Estate


-TO,, FOR MENT-1- East Wrlbt St.
No better mention In the city. This
ith Is the tst chaue I thle t Mode. Ftne
for a o meat market, mer-
rAht-talr. e or any other busl-
E nt ot te t located property.
SSt.. or a & Watao.

Amounts from $50 Up.

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

WE have $100,000.00 in gua-anteed, first
class, 8 per cent mortgages on city real
estate In any amount from $100.00 up.
You have worked for your money, now let
It work for you. The Fisher Rea! Estate
Agenccy. 2 Bo. Palafox Street. 10-Jua.
Are you getting 8 per cent. net for
your money? If not, you don't get all
that is "coming to you." We can place It
on first mortgages on improved city. prop-
erty. How much does It pay you lI* up
doing nothing? Leslie F_ Brooks. 112 EL
MONE LOANED on an kinds ofr -
al property on short notice. ay
terms. Suburban lots sold on easy pay-

Awrehous with private sidetra
ast Garen st., near Pal
$l toi ~each. i
8.corner Zarragsses and Do
U-b (*. ?*
31 Palafox, upstairs.
tand 6th avenue- $10.
WM outh Tarraxonna St., $3.
Soite Oat 4 o eo, 2nd eer, Paow fe
ant"-ce. tW.90.

Vidwr lile. nwgoa. $17.50.
s W. Gre-o ry 115.
ills N. Mbh avenue. $U.46.
2 7 M.Rmn.SaOD.
KS $10to .0116l
122 N. 7th. S12. '
Near Kupfrian's Park. large lot. $1
2121 North th avenue. $8.00.
1301 W. Intendencla. $8.00.
6 East Garde
yOR RENTI-Five-room cottage at
East Cervantes. Bath and gas.
$15,00 per month, including water. A
. 1020 E. Cervantes. Phone 549. One
MONUhneg (North Hill.)-
2-stery dwelling. North Hill, 10
-..... ..... ..... ..... ..4. .
story. dwelling, North Gu6n1e-
Snard, 12 rooms .....................
A-scory dwelling. North Palatox
30 rooms ............................
DO UaIM ag (West En4.)
No. Me North Barcelona. 1 rooms
No. S West Garden. 9 rooms ....
Mo. 17T North Barcelona, 8 room
1No. 521 West Garden. 7 rooms ....
No. 409 West Intendencla, 7 rooms
No. 518 West Roman, 5 rooms ..
No. 423 West Romana. 4 rooms...
Pou-room dwelnl at FPitsherville
Iwlmgaqs (K nd.)
Me. I t Romana. 10 rooms ..
N4L m North Sth Avenue, i rooms
No. 417 East Gregory. 6 rooms ...
No. M BEast Intendencia, 6 rooms
|15 B]Cast LaJtu. 6 rooms ....
916 I 1Bast Wright5 6 rooms ...
Strea Olees and Halls in all
methe' -t *sirmEt w ng.

CAM ad$ aspect Our Mess. P ens
fOR RBNT-Large brfck wreMous
Kaftead street. Apply flse. Mce

lMt MUNT-fitore hi11dbl-tn tn
Omet Zr oragoesa nad ftrief tr
S 7McMillan & McClre I)
HSt. Phone 371. oe
W a Street ....................1
30M Intendencla Street .........1
IM S. Tarragona Street ..........
120 8. Tarragona Street ..........;
Car. Barcrlona And Intendencla .1
1X W0 Romana Street .............%
T N. laox street ..........
8torg near Palafox Street.
*arding ouess--
National Hotel, 18 rooms .........S
Cor. lIth Avenue and 13th street..t
401 PL Sth Avenue ............... 3
IN* N. Palafox Street ............
1l7 Boast Cervantes ..............
9 *North Reua Street ..... .......3
924 W. Zarrafossa Street .........z
207 N. Reus Street ................ 3
91 6 tStrong Street ............6
S1311 M. Cervantes Street ..........S
15lt Avenue and 13th Street ....3
130 E. Strong Street ....... .....3
13 E. Intendencma Street ......... 3
*1 BZ Government Street ........)
2367 I Strong 8. ...............
O11 East Strong Street ...........
Cor. Sth avenue and Jackson St...i
Oar. 10th avenue and 21st St ....
Large lo-room house on bay
at inbervillle, with electric ligltls,%
hot ad cold water; can be rented
nisbed or unfurnished. 2 servant hi
InW ; blocks from car line.
Cor. Romana and Palafox Sts.. two
e Uptairs.
The Fisher Real Estat
Phon*e 7.
1POOPLE are finding out eeyday
".b. V_ I.. U."" *

ing of the stockholders, the Board of
lirecttor shliall t- composod of W. R.
Brownson. John Baum,-lster and J. S.
Hobby, and until a regular election of
officers, W. B. Brownson hall he Pres-
dent and General Manager, John] Bau-
irister shall Iwe S e-retary and -.eamrrr
and J. S. Hobby shall bw. Superintendent,
and they shall hold such offices until
their successors are duly elected and
Thi. highest amount -f indebtedws., or
liability to which tiu said corporation
can at any tim, subject Itself is fixed at
Fifty Thousand Dollars.
The subscribers to the stock of said
corporation, their places of residence and
the amount of stock subw-rlbed by each.
surte as follows: 1V. P. Brownmon, whose
place of residence i.4 P'ensatcola, Florida,
ani who subserit-d for Three Hundred
(300) shares of stock: John Baumeister,
whose place of residence' Il Quintette,
Florida, and who mnibsrbite for One Hun-
dred Fifty (1.10) shliares of stock, and J.
.. Iflobby. whosm dlaf-r oif r".iden-e Is
PIine lBarren. Florida. and who subScribeR
for One Hundred Fifty (150) shares of
In tVitnpss WVher.rof we have hereunto
stt out- hands this the 2tlh dayv of Oc-
tolo-r, 190S.
% 1'. I.IOWNSON.
J. S. 1101BV.
State of Florida. I'onty of Esc-ambla:
Before the subscriler. who is an officer
autlhorize*l to take -acknowle dmentm to
ded-iv. per.nmally -amn V. P. Brownson.
John Haumielster and .. S. Hobby, who
are subscribt-rs t,, thi- foregoin ch arter.
and ea<-h for himself acknowledged to
in that the signature purporting to ha&r
bee-n made Ity him, is his signature and
was made by him.
In W''itn-ss WVhereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my offlical seal
on this "9tlh day of October. 19.
T. S. S*OWEI.I- JR..
Niotary Pitblie, State at ILarge.
31y Commission expires June 17lh. 1912.
tx.t31o&Lw W

Tle following report is furnhhed dally
fur The Journal by MarP f& (Gayle. F.
O. R. cotton mr-rchants, Penoacola, Fh.-
Good middling ........................9 4
tri<-t m fiddling .......................... 9
M iddling ............. .................
Strict low niddli'n' "...................8%
Savannah. Ga.. Nov. 13.--The following
are the naval stores quotations:
W W ................ .............. 40
W G ............. ..... ......... 6 3.6
N ............. ... .. ..... ... .I
M ................................... 3,
K ...................................4 90
I ....................................4 00
It ................................... .3 4.5
FU .................................2 #0
BD ..............................3 85
Spirits Turpentine. 381 cents.
Markets, t irm.


Seamless Turpentine Stills

Presacola, F1a -


IDo- you want to stop it?'e Would you
likv to own i honoe.I paying fr it on a
a-qsis just like rent' ? will build it
house to sit you. on i'ast Hill. and the
botst part of the hill. serliting same to you |
on .easy monthly payments. I, I st.ven
years Yvo will own a home and have no
rent t' pay. Come in and tell .s what
plan you want. and we will tell you what
it will you.



NOT SO MANY YEARS AGO, mud was ankle deep at times on Daw-
phine street, horses, cows, and goats, roamed the streets and ate out of
trash barrels placed along the sidewalks, cars were drawn by mules, and not
a first-class hotel in the city. The city limits were about two miles from
the courthouse. and boys hunted birds from two and one-half to three milee
out. It went so low at one time as to lose its charter and become a port.
The population was then about 30,000. The traveling men looked upon t
as a dead town. Lots in the suburbs were selling from 200.00 to $600.00
each, but the home people were loyal and had faith in their city.
HOW IS IT TO-DAY. with Its miles of paved streets and sidewalks. Its
magnificent hotels, its splendid electric car system, Its beautiful residence
sections three to five miles from the court house, with lots selling from
$500.00 to $3500.00 each, and a population nearing 75,000, the home people
boost, the traveling men say Mobile is an up-to-date progressive town.
The Cawthon Hotel and the New Battle House, under the Hervey man-
agement is practically perfect, the city's growth wonderful.
WHAT DID IT? Waterworks, sewerage. street paving, first-class hotel
accommodations and push, more than anything else. It is going to do the
same thing for Pensacola. Watch it. Mobile people know It and have In-
vested $10,000.00 so far in Kupfrlan Park lots.
We have an organization for the handling of real estate of all descrip-
tions that is hard to beat. We maintain a large force of expert traveling
salesmen who cover practically all parts of the south, and have good clients
North, East and West of the Ohio river. We want to get in touch wttk
owners of real estate. We can lend your money at 8 per cent on good real
estate first mortgages. Same to be recommended by one or more of our
local banks.
Our specJalty is city and suburban property., farm, timber, and turpen-
tine lands.
Let us handle your property. "We get results."




City Real Estate in

'OR SA -One black mare with har-
ness and Babcock buggy. Also young
Jersey cow. Horse can be bought without
buying the buggy. Call at 1WO North A]-
canis St. novl::It f
DID YOU SAY WOOD?-I sell it in our
mill yard, foot of 10th avenue, at 40c:4
a load-all that one bore can haul. 40u.
Good short w ed redy cut, for sto\-%.l
grate or Sreplace. I ay in a good supply 1
before prim Si up and thwrmoniter
goes down Send a dray. Flowe,%. at
phone 49 wil haul you a big load, J .0
Walker. Agent. novl'ltf
AT $1800. JNO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR-
FLORIDA ORANGES direct from grove.
wrX: lapped Mocked In boxes. 1.7: per'
~box. ownL.aI bt. one cent each. p. .


x SL

iw0.s0. B. L-kdAand. Cash with order. -;. iL. IPital purposes. An easy seller. Write WANTED--14 hats to remodel and new lzZ- -_ ........ -._.u U,1,L JJunun.
10.00 for prcs trioy, l ecBo24.1VNED-Oldhats te remodel andew
Bryat. Lock Box 5M2. Lakeland, Fla. quik for prices, territory, etc. Box "-*4. ones to make to order. Dressmaking MONEY LOANED, on res estate and
A. -nov'_w* Covington. Kentucky. ;-.otliII* ,and crochetted novelties. Mrs. Evelyn persIonal property In the city of P !-
4 S POR t SALE-Nice Jersey Milk, delivered S .hwart, 815 But St.% Sout3 Palam* a sort oie. Terms e
101i every morning. Telephone 762. LOST. WANTED-All kinds, of second-hand Phone 1146.
Rent 1hnovlw* ... sacks. Bring them to us: ship them to
us. Telephone us; -wNle to us. Corner Itiftal AMVerbsumm .
p FOR 8RJ--Ct chrfanthemums for sale LOT gol bracelet hetwetn PalafoxGa rd'en and aIntsitets. Telephone
vw* at W. oom lt phone 1640. tret and the Os eola Club. f' it- ;I No. 334. F.. elle &'Co. sept CREDITORS.
a 2noorw* reward for return to Mrs. C. W. Itager-t ep. R. Se NOTICE TO CREDITOaS.
11novw man. Cor. Palafox ;Ind DeSoto Sts. novrltf; WANTE --A buyer or 15 lots In nne fAWEST FLOTDA -t Rs sete having thia day made a gen-
AUTOMOBILE FOR SAL- -12-hrse block.- and house with 5 lots on Fastro h 5 ral assignment to me for the ewneiti of
power. Bran new tires. Aiply P. O LOST--S2.0 in lti- dollar bills. Liberal J.' N Andrews. 7 N. Palafox St. e-;,pttf WANT ADS H 'ts retorts. thoi"e reasding within ths.
$70. Box 24, Century, Fla. reward 'or retn'lin to I-omn .,l.7 t0lount. .... 1tate ar< required within sixty (* dAys.
b building. l::nlw* 1VANTED-_Your orders for fresh meat and those residing Itwyond the limits' of
60..- FOR SAL--awmill, two ox teams, and vegetables. De ve ed any part of wi am then state, within four (4) months, to file
w.agns and carts. Address Walker,. LOST--On We.lne,.,y. Nov. 4. nea, ,ity. Busey' Meat"Maet, 100 East APA ACH O A with me sworn statements of their claims
4L#0 Plomatts Ala. Anovlwr ,"n. -a. yu,,,, female setter d*. a tro0g. Phone 11,. Ssept An"A"A against the said V .I. Setze
Le-mon c ars ;And two lemon spots nearly end LF.It ir Apal hi la. 1 1 l MhALI oiSTIeR.
3-.g FORB SAL OR RENT--.v home fur- of spint,. An. we-rs to natitt "lit Ba>p WANTED-Your shoe to repair while established hotei in ,ity" baths., .1 *-r 1. Aigne.
25.00 nahed or unfurnished. consistingg of enw.r" $,.0, cward for r-.turn toI nlv you wait. Half soled in. 15 minutes, best service. Rates $1..0 anid $2.00. Spe,- s"l4oaw4w
S blo eek t20. New City Tract. Cor. lth St store, Cor.Wt4 'd "'r:-aoa St. -am Charles. 611 South Palafox street ial rates by week. Jenkins. Prop. 15jIi
20-. and 14th Ave. (No. 1400 Lakevi.w Ave t N"t w-t!l th," pri-t-e, but 1 want her. 11. Phones 514 and 3042. 31mr * In -cambia County Circuit Court. State
20.-00 or will sell all or the west half of th.eW.. 'unhnig',i:a. no -- of lorda. In Clancery-Annie Owing Vs
1-0 block.- Terms easy. Address J. C. Pebleh.. .- WANTED-A. R. Btngham wants your Vade hwlingR-Bill for Divorce. On Men-
10.-5 215 Arlona St., El Paso. Texas. nov7Tf ..Tf I CHAIN with M.1sni v moving and haulinl. He guarantees all PENSACOLA ELECTRICday. the th ay of D-emer. A. I. 1908.
10.00 .. .. .. $.,.* r.ewird for r'trE t, (. d. r'dilntrW. breakage. Furniture packed for ship- .the ( def,.ndant, Wade Ewing. is required
MOR ALB-Seve-ral head mules, all in Bind>last-rl. Pnsa.-ola Navy Y.rt. ment. Pbon* -4W. to aplar to tie bill fied against him
30. *ood working condition. ,5 ,d up. lnoW" COMPANY h, This order to be published once
. Coe early If you want a barain ti.r Y -- ------~----. nl wekfor eight (8) consecutive weeks
. m eaeld yowIceFtctory a b no inST rart. etwnI,, ,,,y e anl HOTELS. -- i The Pensacola Journal. a newspaper
5.*feld eIce Factry. novel n ,:,, ,n the Iiard Ra,|. Rewa rd Pensacola-Fort Barrancas Schedule. published in said Es.cambla County. A.
12:4 la d Ro d ... WI T R A LY S HE L E.1. Mc,,,illan. C e k i cui o urt. By,.
1-00 FOR SALE-Thoroughly kiln-dried rough ,.*li ln .t1my othoir promniptly I-. I. IGGS HOIl E. East rlght street, 00 Effe T.huD1 r.'^Jl Y.OcED ` Per .lrP, nla. Bot
1 .50 and dressed lumber, doorsI ;Il ] 'l; -e nvlwe, fe.t west ol Union do-pot. Pon.ta.ola, Leave Pensacola. Leave FOtlar'anas..lqt.S.
parts blinds, high-grade pInts. oils and tiuild-IT-I M.K l- DO IFFEi'RENCE w--'li-th. Out of town parties wishing to ave ;- .................... 600 a. eave F rnM I' octloawsw
er" hardsware.S aunders Mill t't.. i moyortoy1 1 .n ,y b taking g their meals at restati- ................... 15 Notice is hereby given that thle inten-
tGarden street. ny-ltu 3 e llr los or f*nund. (,r- whnt ycti ha.,.lave l, witit,.- spndbig at few days In 7 ,a. ]. . . . . :0 a n in o h.u d r in d o h i a
FOR SATr--7A.. barrel of risin .....k.. n ,. t'r,.n,-o ,...t- ,oatt yoi ,- o nl lai,,ne ttnthe e ftri le ; .r don.d.
st to qurck and gos t r tire. Phran ttn o a .,: or -,re t I Jt. Th t .l nr- Iouuso it t ty. .A o trtid, mr,, s an r... .dt ho aafther
on ,,. will fintd as. od a wa. m ................... 9 0:4 a. m ti.f o thi,-\ n r ain1d, t he p lrysto th
mok..s not ien-ro-41 wh^her v want to at t;.,B' ,^ ,,ft h .s anyt, f r :aat0: h i* i t tile
SC. 956. C. ILCovington. 20 E. Brainard- i. na s an\ ,Ads. affordthe heasiest.quick- o. -,f urti 1 tes rdonly. -, tye. 10:15n. n .................... 11:04 Aa. m.InL T a-t C apA fo r
4 a rd for --r t M 1 1 m o. ,r lin.^ w ill b e op for t e e.. Ilm . ( 1-a* *. .. I . p l m th oll* i n T a ri*tossr d. :tit i n f l 11 I t- t
fu~h^ POR BALE --Nie famndly horse and ruu- i >"'('r--***" o,-**.esis. .s x^ih ..,.l nose p," l"v th,- ',' l^............n^; *-*******...... .m h i .s~~ae nd ac.^ or no

eater FOR SA account ot leaven the ('ir. Pulato and th"-o~wi Ocr a 1.Atll mo r enences. i p. w. :: m.: 11 P. W Na1..N.
le on P Natthe }t u11. .-trig. n] .ll .h..'......t..h-... ...".....n.. 0 bo y -,,rs p ra*, t ,. ui-orinder the tname- of Tell.

nten. city Iity l wtU s :y ,omeawith all fur-c i --. ^ i ,.' ,r Address Mis O Lill-e Taylor. "Ok Mill" nn. 1 :1- pp. m * lo-1.A N H' COMPA NY,- unK. er
-t27tt ish ] ae lete. Er G reenblatt.d 1:: I 1.ti 1 '-r' to \1 v 1 .Ct ""' na n on Inn, Pensacola. I 0la. P none ;;rd f sept -;mn Iy : t.m o. ":n5 p. mH Ath E f w i p Ai Nhari r:K
Tn ...... ............. 12: .41 p In *. i aK T rK aF s c so in a

ati. in builder supply ne. LOS-A ood opportr.rnety 1op rent or ex- -:,00 p.n ..:... .p. n ... 0 o p- m. c.rPA.\ethe- fT\.
ritIs-ring .4wi1,1 /nmiabelgeaithaall fu -f 12:30...... ........................ J i1:I' E S~ 'I
luaut ablelIl o mpor s le c mte atthe enb l satt 1 a I".t,! ):'' i, ." ot sr- -"r,11dai WENTdd Ess It s O iR eT-a yl or-.. "Old Mill" In 1:11, m .................. 2ly 7:10 0 P-m.n. e1 L A B I.S. COMPANY, unde
Stbe. a ;:tii t',n!iati e AV411-t ,r,10rh MIn.P nsnuateas- oe rid spt 50t- h., .city n.('A ~ OF T IF M.M iI N I tC

POR BALr OR RENT-,eabreez- ,>ttag - '"C;ard . 25.S& ot Santa Rosa sound. Good outbuild- yow advertlse It In The Journars want :'y"' r-. 7:- R:, p. rn. a:30 p. m. 'oclated together and do hereby<-iate
(S *I n l anl d about 19 acres land. extendi:,, )'T- TI'. '.:I Ot L --1 n, 1-,. cohlinn., p. In. : o. m. .. .. p. m.. themscl.lvs together for lhe ,of
F10. from Pen acoLE bay to Santa Rosa Sv o und.: "w""i 'r Ot-', w il and liv r Ionl te">e c. s : l T45"Ip.. 9n.. .p. m. 0. m ,-ing a body or orat and p,, it MndE
1.M Harry W. C 37 S. Palafox St. ',. ,*",.** .*-Irt. *"' <,,* t-mor*t i-r.hl wlhi. EVER I-HOTE:L I, TT i-est Florida and 11:00 p.i n,. 't:30 p. m. 10:1 1 p. m.11:30 p. m. tel, laws of the Stat, olf .orida. and that
[2.00 12a> s -,-ith-l:n. -.i.:-.:s s,-n..,r m sn;.ed s:in;. L.ih- South .Alabana should carty a small ad 10:17, p. m. 11 04 p. mT. tie following arti,-le.s sline! ,onstitute and
,nt s cir;'' ,'*w -'m I8.3 Thl .:1,, not. trit froT:11n1aS..111willbnn, thesachoraerFlf. ,-h Ie Wt. 2.Irtorat

c 0 .0 3,5$ MoEN' S S U IT S to g o a t $4. 0. a lh ". S il n I . 'Se t : t ill 00a 1 l .H S t o ly. ::,, o e. 6 m on th for 0 1.'o u r i a s .r le T O F:1., h . l r ain fro m P n safe o la w il, t, i .L
from $10 to $20; 300 boys $52 and $ --.-- -. ---- -. .. - Tl--- _ _-._ ru :t, al< in areaftr. T.- .,:i Te name ,f th, said corpration shall
suits to go at $1.25. M. JaaMI st. 1L Lreena. l:;- OUS BOARD AND ROOMSto MIL AN U orpt-,i t I l.0 at:i aswh-nalocal PANY." anl it.n principal nMp ffl'" and plaP
19" edee J"",s.r a, ba t. 1:'l, il. !,,-, BO ARD AND.L ROOMSW Ala HLlAIiUU. ._^ \,11 ,,.>t, n,^ Rny,,, at :,:O p. rn .,,,-s shall tx. a, rine Barre-n. r-lr-
t.,-ne l ~t -- __i~~l 1 - -------- -- Th,, 11 ,1-I'~:t~.l: ,-r ^.I- S' Bayo\0' C-:.l Wli]l he ida i. t i t .. ay,< have o~th^r ,,rfl,.,-. at ulr1,'
14.1 O N E .A N D .T W O -T E A R -O L D) .GU a p i 1 1.,M I--', E I I.'.NT\- ".v i ii p ri il,.. f N ()l ;T ll HIL L C. iB -N I.:R Y -- F !..w er . f..r di d ,,n in u e,-. <.x cp t o n S a tu rd a y a fter- g t,' s its" l o^tl ,,." l ir e. ( to r ma y
15. FO vlneS. Peach TreesT et- Address .las. ig-:t h,,;.-k.., pi:;n. 1. .I l ImtS i h a ;l ,ac-a-geo ;:=. Crysantl.. n:u tsh iuarna- n ,o re uno d tigmd to time designatee..
1 l5'a Blomeley. Fernhill Vineyani. d Ctnion l .!. I'hone 1 ..7. t1(,n1:: .n*.! Roses. Desisiis ;t specialtyV. l 15.$ Flla., or apply to Clyde Blomele". 'uni,.n i *r lPPqly 1" l':.t l<-niana -trt. 1. ,,l-.:ii t Sw t fea s.ei. 91 N. lBaylen St. >.-tt :f I:p.. an.n .
Trading Store om s u -.- -. ...i. ._ ... - :1i. aht. "I i 1. n,.ltat nature hf the bidusio-,..s to
.e n <>. I-l- : -:N' one [ "r two u rfuirnishled 'ci'T l-'LOOWlRS-Orders take fo- all oR- ,"l ::::;0 p 92V. tI.- trni l,-tel by lthe- said orpxeratio n
i1'.0 FOR rAL,.Farm of l60 arcs i' .1';-I.Ih., k "lw roint poistatih Suil-, casicn., part.cularlv for weddli$gs andi T;hrou in fri ie et. Pensacola at s!an ;i' a>.;s follows: Tlhe nunufacturing.
19.0 from Pens acola. Price $1.S0o Addre.s ;1l,!. f",p li.a}:r l h ,u .-,-keepin Apply Nol fun'rais. Alis: hA l a. Re4 1),. 1. :-. :p n1 li,,\t t iia. .,-liioo and ,l<-aling in brik; the
12.0St P. H., P. O. Box 782, Pensacola. Al.. t \\ ;,., HOn,.Et . $13.5 *'2,tlm[ \' ----!;-- -I X !- ~ .l'< -i- --- --- --( .. ----- .. -i.t," ,. %n ,,l SUtDA SCHEDULE. m.~ i.k tiii of,- p ~lan-ts aor tHe Bmanua!t of [i
-*0.. T\mhVN l ligh IS \\ -1k">.<, wili fur-1 IF YOI: \ANTED a nice c.arTlage and 1 < "r I als len! la ;t 7:-0 a. n: :,risk at s.h pla, as tl Board of D.-r
T-'." FOR SALE-One Fay-ShoaSes. TypewritL-r t.-ied igt souekeepind. tit match horased fo e flrddin; or to g -m gt : a :ar n o tat reors n m time to time deem
12'.S practically new. Address Box A. A d f",t|drn -tr,-t. lOnovlw* calling, whee woul4 you ,.h to get rthem? Ihou"r 1. th. w-ek r s", dtle will h.- p-tre,..a: the Ituying. selling. leasing, hold-
s.i50 Pensacola, Flal 10.~ -$- To Pensaol Livery Ptable. or rings osrv-,I. ep,-t car wil leave Fort ig ,n1 de.tling In real estate: the buy
A15.06 P nSUITS Fhgo l t,-tm.\V r-..t s F t,, p;.ot l- funisi. d for l 'it Phone 31. otlt Farran-as at 3: p. m. i!st'-ad of ,:1, p. l ,.. ;rtd of m:'erchindise and
S5.0. FOR SALE-Timbered lands in large or in..o.t"keepinga Stu and phone. No. 3301'e m. ., r '-in ,, en ral mer,-antile iuslne shea:
1.or small tracts. Southern Real utstate and a 6no A H. McLEO CO.. Salimakers--bCan- lr.cht -ar ill aot wi tmpkl .stIblishing. owning. equipping and
Shoe Investment Co.. Flornaton. Ala. o b av ent oFR RaNT-->Irg, furnisht-d frrt roon. ,weights. Lare supply of Awning Good, ---- i.-.-.-- ". the Board of Dsirectorsr may
fur- IAUiNCH-,22%V feet long. 44-inch beam. 7 L.-tw and b 2i b locks frolm Palatox. T'ents. Cots. Hammo. ks. etc.. always in WEST -HIl- SC-iEDULE. w.,-b urita ;i. hble. und thei- ginning. altng
ouses H. P. engine. Speed about Rt miles p,-r *hp ren.t "1t \V. _'it.sfe .i. Snuvlw" sto'k. 708T South Palatfox. 18aug P.i:..,,ers wifhii to s.- to. \.-t Hil n,,Sr,: ft-i,,,r.asint;s of Btlli on therein fori
hour. Apply A. A. Wrthton, 6 R- - ---- ----- wil! Jaike Rrri a:< *:nser to : n in, selling and dealing in
)0 mans street. sept:;0tf Rt.NT"IK--Tw,, nicely furnished rooms MERCHANTS TRANSFER CO.. Th.r. B. TV st 1Hill ar ;t l-t Ittui ami rtey;,i .r , m -- in ni-ce Vamnily. i-,...-. to luisiness ,.enter. Thorsen. Prop.. s-licits all kinds of street. ., ,vt ry w,-ek ,lay after ." ,,r ..g.,.dieni fr the successful carrying
OLD 1NEWPAPER8 t0r s0e at this of- Apply N. "04 Wes tolniana street. moving and haul1Ng. Furniture packed P. s. and S ndh'..- ..f..; :: T. *:. wheS t, ; ,t.. ies hrin nton.
ri1e at fve cents a b3unle. "4o-tim* for shipment Furniture stored. Offle We.t Hi! ,ars wil! .,nC thryde..: Pa.ifo u -
-phone 978. P t pone 704. 21_lletfa street to tie ,ost ,ffi riT h.. \', i l Hi'. . aet i. l sito k of 1tl
FOR RENT-Furntshed or unfurnished, -C--T ---.. .-- PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANYf, ri Thl-'.raint t-a i e 'a ivt Thou'fand th
front room. southern and eaten e,-, FOUND ALBA I1 1Y.\RREN. Mgr. \,s4tid ,-,.;|ari. to ble diSled into Sixn
a* N IoIo posure. phone and bath. to desirable. m.u fow.a "" a I o!i I...lsIlo the par alue of
from Pen l a. Hll Private fam$0y. Ad- dress fw .-- ,ppyr.-,! ,, ehare. ,, h.. NI p ---- n.) anti o a ri ack: to
3!5 F .dress Box 5.ns 1Tul FO nDPhSmaall red hor-- b-ar d "aniN. A.
4LV T C o ex-orruetrsaaro R.'" Piek, l" u o. ( Plaf, a,0i !:,nt Mobile & Gulf Steamshi o., i:,- ,':tifr i'th in a0af"el orinpr,,?erty
SUNDALTR SCHEULE ialhI~,of plats fol~r te,. manufature cofn

t trFy tAND POULTRY ith gas and bath. one block from Pala- Packing Co.. by paying cott of advrti.-e ,1" parts in immt iatelo after to e street. 110 W Chase St. 160ctlm* month. Thnevat* I, connection with the Atlanta & St. re n t .pan t ,,m dt-tters patent.
......... .. ...* ~TWO NEWLY furnished rooms, wi t --I- ---- ----- Andrews Bay Railway steamship Manteo. IV
0 EGGS are ELggs) Cookey' T Layng Tonic. Ah'aniz Apply i1lg f T S I -10Tfr freiiht an psoe srvic betwen m atnia Kom timontimen om
EG tS are Egs) Is effective, .n Mw ul t g to ge Mobile Pensaoucscola, Panama City,. St.. An- 'awu:s ,annrl
Nor- s. MELLN CO, Phone No. 334. IO).M. FOR R:ET--erlllya located. drews, Mitevllue and all points on St. An- b B
& EGGi fOR BPhT3ONG--Promn Pure Brel Good neighborhood. 18 E. G orden R Ttm6 rras Bay, making connections with A.. bstin a o thboeianto
FOR Black Mor-a Northupl Strain. and rge rCp. jHEDULE- ;.& St. A. B. Ry. trains Panama City. Tues- !es than three nor r.ore than five Direc-
ct6a sal racs. S Tuhe rRglets'" Blaya'ew FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOM-; I Penaa Mary th0e-r and Boggy Mall days and Thursdays. tor1. who shall e gect urom themelven g a
o Park "Ine t erttC 14r an th avenue. .Also rooms for light. oekeepng at snC o For additional information for freight Ptr iandoTr erGer, ad-ugi erind -
"- *p. O- Baxt f W. T. "rhaey. .nov risner^'llle on the beach. Tem- s reason- .Jam Je-ald. _t and pa s- ac rates, apply to dent. &ne Peso m 'ay hol the omc o
a able. Mrs. C. 4. Allen. Phoa 8. l K Mday. Wednesday ad rl Phn 1 0 a
fmetll^^^^^""^^^^r *n- Fra t7s P~r~ o~t o*T 1T ~\r~esicent apd General Mmnaypr. a~nd mne
Via*~~~~~~ ~ ^--- ^^^-^--i~~ at Harris. Ma pe^ Cmwalt Bell Phone 1250. persn may hold te oftee of Secetr
bh. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. PEnTIrrSONA L. Desfnand rwghsy d rA.wn ss. Tre.I-urer, but the Board or ,drec-
fur -_.IA _-- __ee, long. 44incUWAa. 7 Lturnla.bokta Boggy Tu e da, lrrt. v A T% CI Aee toS Dad tlae andio ty uMgpo ,n t all
se NOTICE OF g epMOVAbt-I have leased SWITrCHES MADE S_.50: 8 pusffl. l.-@: r 0v8ns P ot :3 p.SIem. Agethe business of the corporation. The
aa the store. No. 101 North Palafox St.. rats 25 and !0:<. from your own comb-I Passenger ad freight service Board of -Diretors shall be choen an-
o tir years. I shall be glad to see all my ings, or huitan hair furnlinsed. Laura For rates an pito D.a M. Wither.i --------- -- 1, y. ;itd ;. ,o,-ting of th- stoki.dern
icla.,old frtends and many new ones there. Whirley. -.t" N. l*avis. ornter LaRua. Contractor haulng .Fr Landing 71u .eubseribe fora Thdlo r ,, ' '" ,i* t. 'd Tuday of ea-,
.* Your.. for bsi es.. J. N. P Phone 1335. baottli* South Palaeo P e bscbe o ou al. de.,rl;O!. and >.nil sh re -f annhp r .-V

The Journal's Want C oiumne are
that to claimed for them. Why not
them and get what you want?
vmfwmmes - -.- -
mal method. Theory. Harmony. P
MogC. Students qualed for teaa
*ertifcate awarded. Phone S67. Man
S. Elote Hull. l
MS8S BARNUM. of Chicoag. wUI rs
huaib In voice culture and I &I
In pkno stdy. 300 North Snln irtac

_and e-Arms~ er of C
C~m~b. lnebmthe Pleae (Sfttta
0:=306n). lagng (epen throat It
po4Kd. *ed rgan st theory( Jude
gaebeytration.) P. 0.Adress, Penamm
pa-e"- OCCHa

All Watk Teste and arant-e,
ftwt a t r ge@& ..a..wo == swsws,



What You Want Someone Else May Have.


What You Have Someone Else May Want


One-half block (10 lots)
with 5-room house, wind-
mill, fruit, all fenced. East

$10,000 to lend
proved propertv.

Will get a very nice home on DeVilller street, near Gregory street, of
* roomi. with a lot 64x150 feet. Convenient to any car line.
Fire Insurance. City Maps.
Agents eount iuloml.

lMeal Real Estate, Lom n and nuanc Agents.
Mtoutt Bulding. " or Rntesra." P one 54.

One-story-and-half house, "-
No. 505 East Gadsden St., Leslie E. Brooks Co.
family close in.
$2600. (Incorporated.)
New cottage No. 404 East REAL ESTATE ANO INSURANCE.
Scotage, No. 4 Ea 43 South Palafx Street.
Jackson Street, all conven-
iences, large lot. Will sell on .WANTED.
easy termS. \-WANTELF -B.vers f,,r 1.t,n,, tns of coal.
Stratton lee Work:. nvtl"
IVl WANT to make your stenclls and
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. k-ys. and do any kind of electrical or
OFFICE ni-1hanical repalring. Barraca & Thomp-
Second Floor Thiesen Bldg. -n.. 10 :. Garde-n St. Phone c1. 20sept
W\ANTiED-K-Kak developing anid irirlt-
.... ing at Johnson's Book Store. l HELP WANTED. 'WANT-ED-Position as lineman for el,--
trie light or tel,-phone. Capable of tak-
ing charg of small plant. Ni- reasonable
W\ANTED -.A lo..kkeeper failliar with oer r-fsd. Address *"'E lectrlician '"
ih wlhpol.-sal.e -rH-ry business. Must'a. e J- rn- al. l ovl'w" i -'
l- sober and willing to work. Address ""l
Box ". ty. 14novl AI STENOcRAPHER -estres position.
i- Legal ,.xperienc-. Address X. Y. Z..
W\ANTED-.-A woman to do cooking and Care Journal. Snovlw*
lhousework. RvfIe-ren-ces. 18S \V. Jack'-
.on. 14novlw 1VANTIE.D-A loan of $1000 for 2 years.
----j Iron-e-lad security. Write C. L... Care
\\.\VANTED-A goo girl to assist in i Jlournal. novlw*
lnmsework and c-oking. Also a nana ---------- ..... .. ..... ..
to do yard work. et,. Apply -16 U. Greg- EASY SYSTEM of Shorthand learned in
ory street. a:'ter nine o'clo<-k. 14novlt*lI sliort tini.E. Expert btenogr:aphr
... ....... -Ipupils for dayv or night lessons. Terns
V,-.'A.NTT-D---Carriers wanted at The Jour- reasonable. Address "R. H., Cnuw
nal offl1-.. Apply Circulation Dept. Journal. no-w
WANT -Ralway mail clrks; customs VANTED-Position as shipping lrk or
M.A.-Ts-- R lwaytna elc.rks; customs assistant stock or grocery .prkA or
me lo a 'hia n. CoAl- salesman. Can accept at once. Address
nementalaryS800.00. NO.l'lyoff. P. .Box 56. 5nov2w*
Many examinations soon. Preparationt
fro e \ tRit,- immediately. Frt'a:kin In- POSITION as manager ofnaerof aval store .
'ititole, 25, Roehe er, N..Y. 8nov-ul* plant_ Twenty years experince:'e lst
-of references. Address D. B. Page. Flor-
WANTED--Every man. woman and chi!d a, rla.e5nom A dress a 1 s.
In Pensacola to know about thle ala, Ala. novln
(.losing out sale- we are having in ,loth- THE EAST HILL BARBER SHOP. Cor.
ing and general merchandise. E. jrten- 9th avenue and Wright street, solicits
blatt,. 139 E. Intendencia St. :1,oetlm your patronage. Children especially in-
I- ................vited. Good --are taken. Chas. IAicata,
WVANTED-Hustlers,uladles or gentlemen proprietor. novlm
to canvas for useful household articles.
Quick sellers. Good money. Apply 310 WANTED-Everybody to know that we
E.. Government St. 4oct are running on full time and turning out
t t <-first-class material for building. promptly.
WA.NTlr-Carriers wanted .:t 1he lJour- Your business solicited. Saunders Mill
nal offive. Apply Circulation liept. Co., 1, 9. Garden St. novltf
REPRESENTATIVE.S t soli it. exclu- VANTED--To give you a chance at the
I sively or side line. the Saloon. Drug great bargain in clothing and general
Dispensary an Wh Iolsale Llquor trade mer,-handise now belne given In our
for a straight Kentutky Whlisky guaran- ,. osing out sale. E. Greenblatt, 139 E.
teed under the Pure Food Laws and Intendencia street. 31octlm
; adopted by the l. S. Government forHos- "


422 226 B B ildi

Phone 979.




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0 I n the Hartlepool TplIant n
1 B --B nMl Drf yl lbumy st -e in (he concern im e- rll TIV I IwlV ASwellline of Murscamum
lalitf he p n lately. which they will receive a ill W I and Briar Pies jiust received
I ffII IHILll4 A er t. dividhlend, whether the l Il III WEY LAu D a- rial Ctigar stores.v
mpany has a surplus at the end of at Imperial Cigar Stores.
S-the yearor ant. Tie stock will be ,
n--H' l*MilIn lMar by a 5 per cet, redctl, in 1 1 1 I .
I I a itmI the idebtednes. is cear- ON A / lllin I 01 ROWIIAN D
1 ed. The vtre in t largest profit
~.- V-. sharing scheme ever attempted. In I UlAL IIGlS i
the agre"eme.t between Sir Christo- 8 -_____l WLA
phber i I. ? the Uiom a pledge of e --
Saga-instt atwtm strikes Is exacted. MRS. J. G. KITCHELL, OF NEW
Ani disputes and differences will be j -LI l IlE
ifU t to a works council, composed of YORK, IS 3HME IN WHE +AN. I ll
an equal anber of Officials and SOME YACHT T .0 L-
w owme]m.--ehiladel pha Record. SOME YACHT OUTING--HE 18
m L 3 M A 2,WmIle Ma rM from Newport, CRUISING IN THE GULF FOR M
.A :" th hoS e.S.. .. i a ad r i PLEAS E.MAN CHARGE L> WITH THE THEFT
1 M Bk *. th.A *m" f *Ad re- PLEAS URE
I t urt, between three Uited StatesU OF HORSE OF W. N. VAN PELT
crue will begla on December 15, The ten-ton auxiliary schooners
P Wh5 the oout .h.P Blrmiham ris ed leisure yacht Outac, of New WAS ARRAIGNED YESTERDAY
_.t &e -BabM an d Chexter will line up off York, arrived here yesterday fromT
w t- Mary yard aad start at ftll speed Tampa in command of Capt.Mason.of IN THE CRIMINAL COURT-THE
t t -t wa4. The race has been that port. CASE ,OT CU. .
-N *ld w.. arntd by tle ary department, not The yaobt is under charter or AE NOT ONCLUDED
Sd. -IOWfly t test the real Speed of these cruise to ulf coast ports by N J. J o, .- h
Twsich tna of wand en- a. Ms th oeand bugy of W. N.
S- -* al_ he ad ab-rth in the owned the Outln. is ak thi ,t~V citt, fm Ao ei'ws.starobbenorty
it. Th ;'^g<,' kIA has maied wb- of AW nJ 'wsval vessels. crutae for the beneLt of % bao the Wcityo, was ai rohberyof-
Mr "tau -a6ks6 The Chstar tI n arpeled by the Par. and is havi a "g t 5 tme a itore, wasarteraf eding the crim-
* UE S twrin, the Sale by Cartl and The cruise will continue Ille ail yetteA oid the
atI' y aTr rive the *- by s uoarbe en. tires of this mane u iof better taki of thest~my ocupleg theat-
Is 3L p Oa.: Clve a Hewt Se. OM sand erews are wager- health and pleasure. tentiem of the court throughout the
"u aewag hth d r..Lt will be concluded today.
.art ---so-egf .r their a D far In advance upon the From Pensacola the Outing *ill go w tness agMus .Row-
liljnaii h ^ M- haaesO; f viCtoryat of their repeteUve to ew Orleans and from there other -,. i ",bi, -t,,' wo -r
@ahgim a- but thus far the Salem Is the points of interest will be visited. lan to Deputy tSmieth, who arst
aVimvW4 faB.rrie Orite. SIM1 h8as shown higher The Outing, whlich Is now roiled by r"ted hm the team h es
amU- 0 X10 tri Eals- ch Ship will take Christ. tttl]y fitted UP and ts I5t ed sk but-,n .... .. ....... the
a __. .* e_ 8 . .. . .. ..... . ... --,1= g fr "the crew s, a for th e purp o se o f w h ich sh e in n o w h m grazin a long sid he road a nd
Ran" .W- Aheya r will be racing eck om the being used. No date has bee wasonlya th c heltetam to the first
Am as a e Aseres. a Cistmes day.-Philadel- nounced for her sling for New Or- town he could reach.
o Ist. oil.. Record!. leas. N is beg defended by C. M. Jones
S* * 0 aA A. C. Blount, Jr.
Ow a riv- Arived.
=4 ON Ce iDr. a&., W iiasono. 2127. PIL-
,,.... w,,,at... The FIRST pln r CARSO Of

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*a a* hy iim i r *.

raobe q t1Ragslw MS bas ______ ENTERED YESTERDAY WITH A
#0 R bedbm ftr THE W. R. GRACE CO., OF NEW
S e het Nh e W-w- -- A ..YORK. .B* .
--- 0AND RI LSENTENCED. UL The first cargo of nitrate of aoda to
Teas 01e10 dntla et i a AND WERE SENTENCED.h' be landed at Pensacol was entered
Te haasi. wteh left Pha- del. Yesterday at the custom home by the
9 % at. A daad bery the UFeesited StaaBritish steamer Coya, which arrived
*ts o. the "ameles-- bes Just been 'thNowuary 'ofthe United Sttes from Pisequa. C-alli, with a full r.
aa~is a ae returned aum-o 8, Oisg of sever
UhyXWO A- be a eat bs te =d at entered peas of voyage from Chill to Penas]cla in it
It w.. wai a" tthestae sulty and were s entered by JuJge days.
It uisda t at st lal- s The shipment Is for the W R.
I&-P-aMi...e L P ller, A T. awers m 'd Mur- Grace company, of New orkad
t__m" to. TwS 'w dock 0 .m jit Vleeded guilty. cut- the secretary of the firm. H. r.Sh
aerm ag aAhggag timber erxm ment lands. is in the city to look after the ship.
tre Sm t itg TU wasg ag $1 0 tan U00I1 0 Tl1 en o sent to various large cities from P-.
.r. m 73 oth UtOd SaTes T.e A. ,d" -guilty to-Illicit, "sAoa. includingrNewTYork. hbli c
,s1 .... IlMIeI tenced1'to P p aya d Philadelphia.
4W"e Sat he. IndaMe C. oThe CoC's also brought the & A
4mgs a a S ee gma lb fs mal Wure also returned hold goods of CGC. W. i U
beagglaa ls ehly thi a IstbA W. J. s ikth or illicit distilling who served at a post ft s saly 75 tmene edasesad ais Haywoom and Barney articles will be shipped tre r t
ebatorat em e 100s.u as ho Fort Howard, Baltimore.
Ija ar sbas a sof -A-es. CCmmn.dera
Wi.lama. ient. hse sm Yale, vs. Princeton. BROWN WAIVED
.=l-wamindi sent toTufry The refti-u OfmA oft EXAMINATIe ot33
Swill be Iesiid by special wire to. C. L Brown, better tnowsn ia
day In the tblustwxY INddag in De. B'wmi whitls C1121ed Ism
*Sit IL TOW 2itdown to prkcton to at.-t---- Co-pa-iny |Sl
b I-Iltohave tear of a few of the TtUgs ti befoiejstice 80, VIM
V1401 perW a triast'es e4 100selwesnthuuisats 'wull d aid he 'WiNme teo oam gaf ga:a
nSe4 Ww -- he aske a mea na to hear et term of the eritanl coa p.
Tb.eE thmah W -M ^stsryby or- VGy after ss s'elas
_in the in above 0 ae r we*
____~________wh____________________iskey to a pBimaer
n Jam&Lt. .5ler oState of her-.

ggc~M embla 73, ndrew sase tao
flME EMalo. e,-I-eeo

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Hall the first Friday In each
at 7:30 p. m.
Naomi Lodge No. 10, DaugI
3 o'clock at I. 0. F. hall.
glate codsally 1nwtd to be p

Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
Charges Moderate.
Owice, Masonic Bl Next to Dr.
T. G. YATES. M. D.
s 410 Blount Building.


Nag Don't Rei




Get Ready forth

The well-lighted home and store ar
always the meot attractive. Invered
Siegle Gas Arc Lamps, applied to amy
fixture, gives a beautiful clear white
light by which colors are eaily dista-
*ul*hable. Casts n o shadow. Applied -r
1.50 to any gas fixture.



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I .................... "am
*L 'I Sam ge ............... Me&a
0_ a ir ratiom for
Died SidA ply at His Home D t som e eat. a Md atad
S*wiimm. B OKAS s a
at Bluff Sprmng Yester- 'No- ftee -son aM mon-hop
day A emedo barfoe of
da -M A. a-- l Ioli*

SScott's Enilsion
"9 suddna dath at his bom yeser-1 eq M In hh.ISM P1
day m a of J. t tena Ands of meat. Your
'0-.. tbroigbout fitn ia County.
Mr. Bryanr wmn hi. umni good can tea yo WhoW
,thelthten retired Thiurday aight doesIt
but auWed a severe SUack early in
the aninag, dying at 2 o'clock. a uuIs-me. a r wO I mfet
TJh decease i d read che te aad- .amms----a&f--.-...
YadMO V 'atf 75 YOeM, Bd r ws tb EM 0 p io a we Wa i aa
det. minitar in p of service I S wdM. T
the commty, ta earie covering 52 T I '
years. At one time he ua county I
saveyor, and at the Ute 1 t his th _
vf *odeltor of the Ebn Amocta SECRET sRCI I rcJS.
ison, lavig been elected to thbat -
gfltf at mo ht the essmion of Ft A. a M.A
eassociationgular meeting of Escambra
L..odge... No. 15. F. & A. M., Mon-
He is wurrived by a wife, three day, Nov. 16, at 7:30 o'clock.
8somB nd two datgbters, and isn ddi- Visiting brethren fraternally In-
Uo& a large number of relatiese. vited- W W. WATSON,
lioe ftmner services Will be con- J. QUIGLEY. W.AT .
ooted this mornie atL 11 oelock at Secretary.
the hrm at Blt ff springs, Rev. j. ODR EASTERN STAR.
W. Seterfftt of ac.ts e, CmduMttu* A Regular meeting of Florida
the services. The interment wlH be Chapter, No. 9, Order East-
in the Phlant Hill cemetery ad the ern Tuesday. Nove-
e t H ra B' b 17 at 8 o'clock. Visit
Ser ic t t eC r will be by the *In members cordially In--
S fams, or which order be was a vited.
* melaller. ^ D MRS. M. E. FOWLR,
an& G als Mm Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Ausocia-
= uson m ftg. an A ai tons meets at Knights of Columbus


hop, by

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Pensacola Bank & Trust Co.
Wdelh's -
Capital, $200,000.00
s S PrelPes01 t. Vice-Presieset and Cashler
F.* K "wr.,-M. L. Rec. J. LJennIngs.*
ad oJeasan. Jor, Thes. F. WOOL W. C. Dewboen
Gee. L. LOppiOgm0 W. L. Moyer J. H. Pace.
S Lep Maye, J. R. Shemake, J. A. Wright,
T. A. Jessie. Carel M. Jamnaga.

about it-It only requires determination
and a little care to complete your smcceft
V^^^ f^Sr 'In life. Place a dollar In our Savin-e Do-
'^--f--^partment, with small amounts added each
week, and you will moon form the ast-
habit and establish yourself ad hav
-money in the bea&I" Try It.

Designated Depository of the United States.
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W. A. D'23Y IS 3.W. DeC. m in
A OmmUI Samaig WSwmm Trasgacted aOW ACCeusftsSelsfgiedShi4~' Sibmua
meafte lss. evelsiAtlastise.
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Phone 14& 24 and 27 K Garden Street

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24 and 27 E Garden Street



Leads right on down tibough the bucket si
the oil well, the salted mining shaft and other
get-rich-quick schemes.
The Road to successs is open to all who wi
an# begins with the first dollar placed in a s
fund. Remember, we pay four per cent., conmp
on your saviouis.

First National Ba
of Penaacola. Florida.
Designated Depository of the United Stat
W. H. Knowlss, PreslMet l W. iK. Myer, Jr., Viee-Preeeludt and
* Thea. W. eint As@Pt. Cashier. W. N. Rerat A sAA. Caeh
Director-F. C. Wret. W. A. lasem, W. N. Knmewls W. K. NMye




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NEW 00004L
loose p ................
,cset. 7o, each .................
mrtbex ....................
c-M So=ur. in bulk. 6 fur .........
Sour, one pt. bottles .......
Sour. split, 13oz Jars .......
sweet, pItt, 1.os Jars ......
eons, ox Jars ............
large Jars .................
r Cooking OIL 2b cans ......
ad, Saow Drift 21b pals ..........
yru, Nigger in the Cane Patch,
Syt p. Niter in the 'Cane Patch.
er 12 ...............................
arlup. Nliier in the Cane Patch. 1-4
ayr. Baked.Beans Waldorf. lib can
fyr6m. Baked Beana Waldorf. 2Ib can

An pe Peck p.e................. .4.:b
A le curved ................ .10
Ass Hamanle. straight .............. .10
= without hbadles .............. .75
r. renovated, per Jb............ .3t,
l'tt. Creamery. Brooktleld.. Ask Price
yrmsa No. 2. with wIicks .... .. .08
ues. No. lIwith wicks ......... .05
Itcawtueat pt pkg ................ .08
i h -Zn-l- ............... ...... 08
aaangr. Sblnola ................... .05
m kets s lt ......................... 04
9reem. XO. 3 strings ...........4. .13
Boom.., No. 5, Winner. 4-strings .. .23
Brooms, No. good value, 4 strings .28
Broomsx No. 7. Perfection. 5 strings .30
bet&Va nCamp'l. 31b cat ........ .14
Bftaeg Powd., Runmterd. Soz .......13
Powder. Rumford.' 16% .... .25
Powder. Royal, os ......... .19
Powder, Royal. 16 .......... .48
tPwder. Watermelon, 10o.. .06
Powder. Watermelon. 20ox .. .09
Powder, Campbell. So......... .9
w Powder, Campbell. 16os .... .09
.Powder. Good Lck. 1,6I.s ... .0
BOM Powder. Monkey Parrot.
_ea Powder._ Four Faverate_ ...-_ .OS
nrle Scrub. moll. ................504
I Imtall boxea ................... .04
BA K U idqu, per bottle .......... ..6
aos Strncg, Numsen, 21b cans .... .09
eena., L a. Numsen, b cano s..... .0
eemM, with Tomato Sauce, WhIumn
B I-. O I. 2 for ..........:...?... .5
eva, with Pork and Tomato ISauce,.
Van Camp's. lib cans ~........... .0
Bew, with Pork and Tomato Saue,
' Vta CampN', tzb cma ............. ..14

Beans, with Pork and Tomato Sauce,
Van Camp's 3Tb cans...........
Beans. Cut Wax, Winsom Brand,
21b cans 13c. or 2 cans for ........
Beans, Red Kidney. 21b cans ........
Beans, Cut Refugee. Erie,. 2b cans..
Beans, Cut, Refugee, Favorite Brand,
21b cans ...........................
Beans, Booton Baked. Jumbo Brand.
31b cans .................. ........
Beane, Lima. Dry. per lb ...........
Beans, White, dry, per I ............
Beans, Red Kidney. per lb ..........

o Blaekberries. for pies. 21b cans .......4i
,.* ornmd Beef, lib cans ............... .1
SRooasted Beef. lib cans .............. .1
,., Chipped Beef, ',!b cans .............. .14
(Cottage Beef. 21b cans ............... .2
[7). . . .

Cod lish, lib brick ................... 7
Cracker. Excelall, 6 for ...\...... .2
Cheese, breamery. per lb ........... .19
Coffee, Cafe Du Monde, per lb ......
Coffee, Hoffman's Special Ground,
18c per lb. 2 for ........... ..3....
Coffee, ground. Pledge d ........ .1j
Coffee, Prench Opera, with cup and
saucer, regular price $1. our price .95
Coffee, Santos, Dailey's .............. .20o
Coffee, Green. Rio, per lb 13c or 2
for ................................. .25
Coffee. Daley's Java Blend, per lb .25

Paregoric ........................... .0;
Ammonia. lo- size ...................S
Borax, ilb pkgs. per pkg.............04
Mustang Liniment ............. ..... .24
Teethina. powder .................... .
Vaseline or Petroleum Jelly ......... .05
Eggs .........................Ask Price
Extracts, Sauer's small vanilla and
Lemon t ............................ .05
Extracts. Sauer's, large Vanilla and
LIemon. Sc. or 3 for ................
Extracts, We-Li-Ki. Strawberry-.
Lemon. Vanilla. Banana, Orange
and Pineapple, 9c or 3 for ...........25
Extracts, Marks. Pepperment ....... .o
Oats, per bit ......................... ..
Corn, per bu ....................... .95
Chops, per bu ....................... 80
Scratch feed for liens, per pk. ...... .3h
Scratch feed for chicks, per pk ..... .;
W heat, per pk ....................... A"
Furnaces. No. 4,. each .........'..... .50
Furnaces, No. 5, each ................ 57
File. for gumbo. per Ib ............... 60
Prunes. per lb ....................... .09
Peaches, per lb ...................... 1:,
Raisins, Seedless, per pkg .......... .09
Apples. Evaporated, per pkg ......... 09
C" P5r..t.. .... .k...........

% -u ran p p g ................... .9.9
Cakes, National ................Ask Price Citron. per Ib .........................16
Corn. Little Chic, 21b cans. each ... .4 0
Corn. Snowfake, 21b cans .......... .I.* .FLOUR.
Cocoa. Nelson'a ...................... Flour'. Nabob. '. Sack ............... 2.S4
Cocoa. Baker's. iAlb cans ........... .2. Flour, Nabob. L.bbl., wood .......... 3.12
Cocoanut. Shredded, per pkg ....... .h.- Flour, Nabob, 241b sack .............. .70
Clothes Plns. 2doa for ........... lour. 5Nabob. 121b Sack .............. 35
Candle. 3 for....................... IFlour. Nabob. 61b sack............... 20
Clotheallneo Cotton, 50 feet .......... -8 Grits, coarse and fine, Illb peck .......
Catsup. Hoffman House. 10c size ..... .4 -9 arlic, for......................... ..4 i;
Catsup, Blue ULabel.................0 -Gum. Wrigley..s. per pkg ............. 04
Catsup. Tabasco. Camplb.ll .. .......I inger Al Red Rock, qt......... .. ..0
Chile Came, Walker, lib can ......... Gra, ut per pkg ............. 14
tCards,. &~ ....................... t' 1 alVG]anizc1d Bu-kcets. 10 qtas .......... .20
Corn lake. Kellogg. per pkg lOc10, or Tubs" Galv-anized. No. 2. large ones..- .6.
2 for ............................... K Itominy. Van (Camp-s. 3lb cans ...... .08
Ceamo f Wheat .................... 5 *1 amburger St.ak. ',1Ib ans ........... 10
Cottolene, 41b buckets ............... .60 Tos. .........................Ask Pri-
Deviled Hm. Underwood's ..........- .0 loner in Comh. 13c:ts. or or 2 r .. ..25
DRUGS Ink. Black Cone Shaped Bottles ..... .04
Antiseptic, Wampoles. per bottle .. .4Sc Jello. 'owder, per pkg. ............ .09
Lver Regulator. Simmhiort, per pkg. .23 Jello, Ice Cream Powder .......... .10
Syrup of Ig, California. ............ .48 Kraut. Van (Camp's, 31b cans ........ .09
SaltAs lpom. %lb pkg ............... 05 Jello. Ice Cream powder, per pkg ... .10
Catori. Fletcher's ................. .3:; Iemons. per doz ..................... 18
Ostor Oil. fasks. l0 esixe ........... .09 lamps, Kit.-hen reflector. complete .. .25
Castor Oil, Round bottles. Sc. or 2- Lamps. Hand. filled with oil and
for ................................ .09 ready to light ..................... .25
Talaum Powder. Mennin's .......... .23 Lye. Sterling. sifter top .............. .0O

Loaf. Veal flavor .................... .10
Lard. Leaf, in bulk. per lb ..... 12
Lard, Silver Leaf. Ub buckets ...... 66
Lard, silver Lear, l10b buckets .. 1.25
Lard, Snow Drift. 30Sb tins .......... .-17
Lard, Snowdrift. lOlb buckets ....... 1.10
Lard, Snowdrift. 51b buckets ........
Lard. Compound. 0tqb tubs .......... 4.9
Lard. Compound, per lb ............. 1 t
Lobsters. I-2lb cans ................
Milk. Magnolia ..................... .1"
Milk. Winner ....................... .1o
Milk. Pet Evaporated, 19. size. ...... U
Milk, Silver Cow. Evaporated, 5c. 6 .
for ...............................



Mince meat, Atrnore brand, 9c or 3
for ...................... .. ... 25
Macaroni. small pkgs. 5.'. w-r for .. .09*
Macaroni. Spaghetti, %lb pkg. 5c. or
2 for .............................. 9
Spaghetti. Nudeln's per pkg T '. or 2
for ....................................
Macaroni. Elbow,. b pkg...............1"
Matches. Crescent, 5- or 2 for......... 09
Mustard. Colburn's, dry. 10c size ... .09
Mustard, Prepared, Jones ........... .19
Mustard. Prepared. Newton's ....... .0#
M ucilage ............................ ..0.
Side. tDry Salt. per lb ............... 12%
Shoulder. Dry Salt. per lb .......... .10
If we hav to cut them .............. .11
Side. Bacon in parchment paper .....l..'.
Bacon, shoulder, per lb ............. .11
If we have to cut them ............ 12
Bacon, Breakfast. 4 or 5ibs to pie-e.
per Ib ............. .... ............ .20c
Breakfast Bacon, Sliced, in jars,
Beechnut Brand ................... -2
Hams., Dove, Picnic .................. 13
Hams. Swft's Premiums. per lb .....17'
All of our meats and hams are weighed
at time of sale.

Mushrooms. Imported tall cans ...... .30 Pickles, S.ur, Mixed, Bluegrass .... .o.
Mackerel, large ones. usually sold 2 L ilckles, Chow-Chow. 10c size ........ .W
for 25. ............................. .10 Pickles, Chow-Chow. S. & B. ......... 38
Meal (Gonzalez) lib peck .......... .30: .
Nutmegs. S for ..................... ..0.. JAMS AND PRESERVES.
Nails, per lb ........................ .94 Preserves. Goodwin's Best Pure Fruit .23
Nuts. Almonds. ,I ................ .' Preserves. L. P. 4'. Compound ...... .09
Nuts. Walnuts. 1'er lb .............. .17 Preserves. L. P. C.. Compound, 9o< or
N uts. J'eea is. ti-' Il k ................ lt 2 fur ............................... .17
Nt'\ts. trazil #or Nigg,-r To.s. per 11b .imtt. Ba,'hnut. small jars .......... .10
IS-. or 2 for ... ............ *. -.* .lJame. clipper 11hb cans lOc. or 2 fIor .19J
Onions. Fin. lted on,. p.-r peek -.. .":10 Jelly. New Eraf Brand .............. ..49
Oranges. (Fla.) Iarg.* ones. per loz .:: J.lly. Tumblers. L. P. (. ........... .0i9
Oil Cans. 4;las.- (1 gal. ............. ." Jellis. American 'reserve Co.. glass .lu
oi! Cans. Galvanizetl. (1 al.) ....... .210 - -- --
Oil. per gal .......................... .1. lRiuc-, Fan,'y Head. per lb .......... OS
Oatmeal. N.ttionitl. per pkg ........ .1", SUGAR.
Olive Oil. I'laginol. pts .............. .2t Sugar. Staillard Granulated. per lb 5',.
Ot)storis. t'ove. llbt canl .............. .1.0t igisr. Standard Granulated. IShbs, 2
Oil. M acliine. cans ................. .. '* uiinces .................... ........ 1.00
Oliv-s. "2tooz bottles........... .2--i Sugar. Starntard Granulated, lbIhs. I
Okra and Tmat es. 21l cans ...... .ns I ounce ............................... .0
Paper. Toilet. roll ..................... .Sugar. Standard Granulated. 4 Ihs 9!
Potatoes. Irish. p. r pk .............. .:.:0 ounces ............................. ."'.
Potatoes, Swe.-t. pier pel k ............ -. Sugar. Standard Granulated. 3 ibs Ito
Potatrot-s. Sweet. per bu ............ .. o u .- ................................ .. .0
Pigs Feet. 2 halves for ............... I Siugar, Standard Granulated, 2 lts. 14
Pigs Feet. lib cans ................. .14 ounces ...................... ..... ... 1
Pencils., rubber tips. .. fo ............ ..'. gIwar. Standard Granulated. 1 lb, 13
Pencils. rubber tips, ..- kind for ..... .. oi oiuln es ............................. .10
Pencils. Lead. 53' kind lor ............ ."lISugar. Standard GranuluttLd, .1. oz.s.. .05
Postum sm all ...................... .. 13
Postum. large ...................... ..:: SYRUPS.
Pumpkins. Van Camp's. ::lb cans .... ." Soups. Van Camp's, lib cans ........09
Pineapple,.. lRelianme lranl. :'Iln .*nis .1 .ibby's. lIb cans ............ ..0
Pin.apples. 1l1h ei1ns. \ r.ti gl:;rt,'.,
lO or 2 r ............ ......... I Syrup, barrel, per gal .............. .60
Pinteappl-es. tl.e '*i. l,. 11- n ...... .... S.'i>ps. 'o'n in 2b an ............... .0
PoMlsh. Sto .,o. X-R;t. ............... ,1 Syruil. Alaga. 21b cans 13c. or 2 for .2.3
Polish, Sto, ,.. l:1.l s ................... :, yri ....T;ga. gal cans ....... ..... .:;6
P Si. tvruip. P. aco-k. per can 1::. or 2 for .2.-
PEAS.T Shriip. PMaple. with rck candy ........... .2
Peas. SAe,.t. W\\riilie-. .-Ib ans Si' 2 rps. Sweethteart. ... gal -ans .... .
.or 2 f.r .......... .............. ... Sy ips. Sweetheart. 1 gal cats ...... .0
Pe:-s. E early Ju:ie'. V.n < "sitil. 's l S utl. tlb package ...................... ."
... ................................... all e.. e s for .................
I,... . sa C arse Sll for ................ .
Pas. Sifted. Van t'aml.p. -als .. .1- Sardines. Americ-an. 6 fur .......... .2"5 Petlit l'ois. V;alln (Canip 'Ith ins. .ISN Sar.ines. Importedl. l3c. or 2 for .... .25
Peas. Blac-k Eyt.s <.alifornia) per lb .07, SoI.. Arm A& Ilamnter. large, nickel.. .04
PEACHES Sihells. Shot Gun. 12-gage 43c, or 2
Pea,-hles. a. Beauiit-. ::Ilh cans. r ....................................8
Tabikle. 2" or .....S... hrimp, dry. lib cans................. .10
Peachb.s. Ga. RoaW i.-s. :iI, ,a;,ns. Pie 44 Shoestrpigs. 2 raiir for ............. .05
Peaches. Tiger lraind. California, ;1b Saut'ce, Cratiberry Bcachnut ......... .14
cans. 2::. or "2 fr ................. .47, S AUCE.
P*,aihesq. lRoyal Jlt.i Linon ikCling. ::Ib SNluc. Yucatan. ...................... .09
al ........................... .. Pepper. small ................ .of
S............................... ... Pepper. large Red and Green .23
PICKLES. Si 'e. Red Snapper .................23
Pic(-kles. Mixed ilyman. Qt .Ia......... :-*4 Satiie. Iee & Perrin ............... .2B
PiclSe., Sweet Mixe-d. 0. K. Brand.. .4) Sauce. Chill ........................ .14

Salad Dressing. Ilurkte's small ..... .S
Salad Dressing. Iurkee's medium... .23
Salad Dressing. Campbell's .......... .q
Sausage. Vivnna, Strawberries. Nunlsen's. 21b cans ... .41
Spice. 1 h ),-. p.r lit ................ .20
Ground. Allspir.c. ('love-. r,-,%tm of
Thirar. (ftic itlni. ;Ing.-r anid]
Maw -wts. pkl;t. or 2 fm-r ..--.........09
Spi.-. Pl.pper., whole. -er 1, ........ .20
Pepper, Ur umindi. I- Ir li .............. ...
IN'e pt'r. ,';iv lne. p r t ........ '
Salmons. Flot.-r Hranitd. tall ,'.its .... ijo
Salmons. Argo Ilr:inl. tall otis ... 1S
Stoap, O)tagn. 6 bars t,: .......... ...5
Soap, P. & ;. Naptlh. .>ts. or : for .i:r.
Soap. Ideal long bar. .'. or 2' "o>r .... .4P
Soap, Maril. Toilet S-ta1. ...... .O0
Soap, C'alifornia Medicated (Kreen)
9cts, or ;; for ..................... .:S
Soap. Fairy. o\ ;tl shape. ............. ..1
Soap. Ivo )r ..................... .. ,
Pearl. for toitl t tus.- lar .- ...... ...
tGrandpa, Tar ........................ .
Soap. Scouring, I'ionee-r ............ .114
Soap. Scourall ...................... 4
Soup, Sapulio ........................ As
Soap. Bon Ani ...................... ,,s
Soap. Powderd.l. Star Naphtha ..... .it4
Pearlinc. Stotlp lowd. tr ............... .
Starch. Bulk. per 'lb ................ .4"1,
Starch. Corn. li1 package. 1wr pa'-k-
age ............................... .43
Starch. Celluloid. p<-r pkg ............ -.
Stove IT l, 6 in.. per joint .......... .1:1
Stove Pipe, Eibiow. 6 in.. tach ...... .1:1
Tomatoes, clipperr. lh fans ........ .i1,
Tomatoes, clipper r 11. 3 ars ......... .tog
Tomato a.s o'uli.. lib cals............. .04
Tea, 1ll) pac-lidtge. Icino ............. .10
Tea, 4'1b pkg.. Heno ..................i15
Tea, t1b pkg. Ilnei ................. :;
Tea. TetlI-v '.. 'ib ................... 10
Tea, Tetloy's 14 Itt.................... 20
Tea, Lipton's ........................ .i1
Toothpicks p,-r pkgs. ................ .O..
Thread. Coates ...................... 03
Tongue. Lunch, .Ib d ans ............ 11
Tongue, Lunch, lib can .............. :
Tapioca- Pearl. lib pkg. 10c or 2 for .19
Vnegar. ruti, per gal ............... .34
Wash Boards, wooden ...............15
Wash IBoards. Zinc. Double Sides -. 15.
Wash Boards. 1traos King .......... .431
Wash Boards. Glass ................3.25
Wheat. Shredded, per pkgi ......... .12
Yeast, Magic, per pkl ............... 04
Yeast, Home Made, 6 for ............ .05


"The Thief." end. But between the first and last
Pensaola although not claimed by curtains there are scenes thaL draw
W otf the most optmistic to -be the thinking spectator into contenmpla-
e ttpn. was last night treated live mood and compel attention. The
In theaterdom to a production whih,. tortures of the woman wtho has rob-
unlike most metropolitan successes. bed her friend when she discovers
nb not been played out in the 'big that there have ben two detectives in
thiemtal centers, but was given to the house-where she is visiting-are
,the Pemaota theatregoers before the acute, and each step in the process of
first msmon has been closed. After fixing the crime upon, the innocent son
Its appearance and unprecedented suc- of her host is ag added pang. The
c-e in New York and other big cities father, indignant when his son is ac-
it is hardly surpr!ng- that "The caused and then crushed when the con-
Thiet" pleased a full house last night. fesion is made-after the son has
Seldom has It beon the privilege ofeen s een Iy th Wbman he adores
local lovers of driatic art to witness and her prayers bhve made him lie T
a stronger, more beasutful tor m're ta- Sor her, is a fine study. The battle
4etseatin production, and those .who for truth between the husband and
viewegdthe presentation last night wMI wife, the confession of the wife-n--mi
'withot doubt join In the favorable understood. disbelieved, and the final -
verdlet obtained by "The Thie"' awakening, all play upon the emotion,f
wboerever It has been presented. and Bring this so-called society con-
The whole plot of .play revolves ed' very near the tragic., line.
aroutad the love of a woman tbr her The cast for the play is as follows
liuaban and the measures to which and it can only be said that a stronger i
ahe Is reduced--4 other own miad, n- one could not easily be found: h
avoidably-in order to hold his love. Richard Voysin.......Charles Dalton
The lbubm dl tas not a large Income Raymond Lagardes ....Herbert Kelcey v
but is able-he thinks by his wife's M. Coadoil..........Arthur Lawrence
able amage ient-to keep up -ppear- Fernand Lagardes........Leonard Ide
*nMes ad the two lve with ret Servant .................Cecil Oken a
to society as they did before the a Marie Louise Voysin ....Effie Shannos ,
Arag ad move in the plane of Mfe imabell Lagardes.........Edith Blai." t
own as the highesb social crcdes. Miss Shaanon can hardly be passed
By saMestive glances and other famcl- without special mention since last r
tfUl small oacurrewces of the husbead, sight's audience saw fit to duly enpha-
the wife believes that if shel does not size appreciation by several 'curtain a
smuceed In dressing as gorgeously and calls after some of her most forcibly
appearing t all things as wel as her acted emot(lnal scenes. t
ftrlumdt, she will- suffer Ia her owas Brown of Harvard. P
band's estldtion by co rlariptn, and The following appeared in the Mont- a
more material to her the loss of his 'gomery Advertiser of yesterday re- a
love. gardalug Jamues Young, who is to ap- h
The love of a lad, who Ias become pear in Brown of Harvard at the op- a
enamoured of the young married wo. era house tonight: a
iman's charm, Is brought in. and used A story told by a company of ca-
o shield th1 fair crlmInl--,an tI Ppable actors with more entertainment
wlll00s" ti appear befre his father than the" bre outline of the plot and t
in th role bf a thief forms a chapter situations would seem to indicate was
of s 8 rfices for a woman that seems the attraction at the Grand Tue'day o
beyond the average understanding. nligt. The offering was "Brown of
The deoumehtt is entirely atisfae- Harvard," with James Young in the s.
lory; the stage people are not allowed leading role. It is seldom indeed in f
to salfice tLhe peace of ~nd of their this period of "gingery"" shows that f
audlieces, aad all goes well at the one sees a comedy acted with more p


Life Motion Pictures and Illutrated Songs.

New Reels of the Very latest and Best Pictures Daily

Children's Days Mondays and Tlhursdays, from
3 to 6 p. m. One child free with each paid admission.

The Fabrics of Our Suits

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

Corner Palatfx
and Main
Phene 297

H. 0.O AiSDN
P.nseeola., Florida.

Corner Palafox
aii Gov't.
Phone 476


spontaniety and swing than that which
the Shubert Theatrical company aas
put on the Southern circuit in "Brown
of Harvard."
One saw the real college atmos-
phere on the stage last evening, and
a faithful reproduction of a college
room and scenes therein. The plot of
the offering may or may not have
happened, but it seemed very real on
the stage. Mr. Young and his com-
pany made it so.
There was not a large audience last
night and those who did not see the
production missed a mort delightful
entertainment. Those who were pres-
ent showed their appreciation in their
encores. Sc numerous did tCiey come
at the end of the third act that Mr.
Young was called before the curtain,
responding with an expression of ap-
preciation of the growth of a city
which he had not visited in several
Mr. Young has heretofore confined
himself to Shakespearean roles, and
ias worked hard to achieve success.
[t has been said that genius is but
an infinite capacity for hard work.
f this he true then Mr. ituing Is a
genius. for his hard work to make
himself a capable actor showed itself
n his smooth presentation of Brown
ast evening.
But in addition to .Mr .Young's act-
nt. Miss Catharine Calvert -howed
herself to be full up to the responsi-
bilities of the role assigned her. She
was well chosen to play leading wo-
nan with this excellent production.
Hle presentation lacked nothing in
.ny of ine situation=.
There are a great iiany attractions
o be seen at all southern theatres
aving excellent actors in the leading
oles, with little, if any. raal support.
'his cannot bo sai-I of the production
ast evening. There was real swing
nd c(olleary eff r- t-) the acting of
he students. and they looked the
A delie'itful hit of co,'nrtlv was the
acting of Hlenry Garron in the role of
'ubhy And.'rson. In the second act
is "diplomacy" won the audience.
nd they were prepared for something
:ood during the remainder of the
(lelnes. Particularly good was he in
he last act.

School Days.
The attraction at the opera btouse
n Friday. November 20th. will have
uch actors anm actresses as Pensa-
ola audiences have never seen be-
ore, and who have been drilled to
perfection by their directors. It iq a
comedy as delicious as it is spontan-
Bessie Robinson as "Emmy Lou"'
s as bewitching a little creature as
ver turned a head and won the
carts of the boys.
May Robson Coming.
May Robson comes to (pera house
rhursdav. November 19. when she
will be seen in her latest comedy suc-
es. "'The Rejuvenation of Aunt
Miss Robsou is returning from the
c pacific coast and all through t-e far
west the papers speak in the most
lowing terms of her and her com-
any. The following is clipped from
n exchange: "Mis May Robson as
Aunt Marv' is simply delightful. She
Ives It all the tenderness. all the pa-
hos and all the humor it requires.
)ne moment the- aslerity of her voice
lakes even the pet cat squirm, and
he next the helpful philosophy or
hi- mellow maiden lady sheds be-
ignity over all. There ;s a sparkle
n the lines that is refreshing and
ne goes hoimn wishing he had just
uch a dear old aunt."




Has a Great Show This

Matinee every day. Doors
open 3:30 ,curtain rises 4 p.
m. Admission, 10c to alL
Three night shows. Night
prices, 10 and 20c.




Eleven of the Precincts Were

Heard From During



The country appears to have been
more strongly against loading the
county for road improvements than
the city to judge by the vote of
eleven precincts heard from yesterday.
These gave 37 votes for bonding and
315 against the prapositioa.. This in-
creases the vote to 205 for and 930
There are several precincts yet to
be heard from. but these will only in-
crease majorities .against bonding.
The County Commissioners will meet
Tuesday night and officially declare
the .result of the election. The vote
now stands as follows:
The Vote.

Precinct. For.
1, Nix's ................. l
3. Millview ............. 6
5,. Klondyke ............ 1
7. Pine Barren .......... 1I
11, Walnut Hill ........ 12
12'. city ................. is
13, cit ........ .. ...... .- :
14, city ................. 24
15, city .................. 1-,
16. Pineville ............
17. Brent ............... 2
IN, McDavid ............ 12
20, Flomaton ............ 1
21, Muscogee ............ 4
22. Century ............. 3
23. Creamers' .......... 1
24, Palmetto Beach ...... 9
26, chy ................. 7
27, city ................ 19
28, city ................. 9


HOLY ORDERS. Marie (Cor-elli'. latest.
A dramatic stor- o1f love and hate. of
great strivinrts :ind splendid unuseltis.ness.
contrasted with greed and;t ignorance-.
Here. the plot tiws along calmly as a
summn r idyhl; tl, it. it surges over locks
of passion to heart-stirred depths
Publisher's price. $1.0;: Mine, S1.30.
-aw. Do Lma B Dok Ma u
ase Lias L.LPb. 149L





The largest stock of dried,

Cut-Up wood in the city. We

also have a large stock of

four-foot cord wood, Galla-

way and Jellico Coal. Prompt

delivery, polite service guar-



During the coming week the Cath-
olic world will celebrate the golden
jubilee of His Holiness. Pope Pilus
X., who has just complete; fifty years
in the priesthood. Man:.- bishops.
among them Bishop Allen of this di-
ocese, will be in the Eternal City
for the celebration next week.
The event will be celebrated in lo-
cal Catholic circle.- by a special high
mass with music by a stringed or-
chestra at the Sacred Heart church
on Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock
tuart's Bchu and Juniper is the
most reliable remedy known for kid-
ney and bladder trouble. ;,. ..

Call at the Imperial Cigar
Stores and see their display
of Christmas pipes.


29, city ................ 5 15 Speal to Jorna
30 cit'. *. 1., Special to T nhe ournal.
30. city ................2 12 Samson, Ala.. Nov. l..- Fde Doyle.
31, city ................ 4 -2 Primrose & Bailey Co. was seen at
32, city ................ 7 25 the opera house last night.
33. Bratt's ..............Iu 54 Mrs. .. J. Morris is spending the
Totals -5- week with relatives in DThlian.
ots ................205 930 .Miss Epps Jone6 left a.t .Monday
for Leonia, Fla.. where she- will con-
Sven school.
I Mrx. Jeff Marsh died at her home
two miles north of town last Tues-
day, after several weeks illness. of
blood poison.
SMrs. J. .1. Morris. .Ir.. and baby
ar visiting ner hone folks, at Tyson,
NMrs. Crapps is very ill at her home
in the northern part of town.
The little child of Dr. and Mrs. J..
H. Johnsoi who has been very sick
WEATHER BUREAU RECEIVED with pneumonia. is much better to-
.I. H. S!rarks s show in town
INGTON REGARDING A STORM last Tuesday. and was enjoyed by all
who attended. Immediately aftt-r he
IN THE GULF. parade. there was a rus. to Hollo-
S way & Enzor's store to obtain some of
Two advisory storm warning nme'- the bargains that were advertised on
sages were received yesterday by the the elephant.
local weather bureau from the central Rev. Schramm, who ha- 'een call-
office in WVashigton regarding a dis- ed to the First Baptist church. preac'-
turbamce which had been discovered e4 his first sermon last Sunday to a
in the middle gult, and which later very large audience.
moved to the souneast gul!. The frst
stated that there were some evidences Curative Eggs.
of a disturbacee over the middle gult Miss Sue Brette-Eggs are suppos-
with a northward tendency, mad to ad ed to be an excellent medicine.
vioe caution. Last night the follow- Foote LUghte-Did you ever know
tug memWge was received: eggs to cure anybody of anything?
Advisory warning 10 p. m. Dis- "Yes. I knew them to cure a man
turbeaee over southeast gulf. Has onee of the idea that he was an act-
10t yet sabo maarked iansfity." or. -Yonkers Staiesman

Our prices are right.


Fuel and Supply


E. G. Sewel, Mgr.

Phone 363.


Every day. The Escambia
Oyster Depot has moved to
112 South Palafox St., Phone

Electrical Contractor
Electrical fixtures, desk lights,
telephone brackets, etc.

Phones 345 and 956.

Florida and Alabama
Maff teturers a
and Dealer nt

Ag Neither the- Captain. Owners
nor C'onsignees of the stearn-
ship Coya. will lbe r-spons.i-
,le foir debts contractedi lv
the Crew of sakle vessel.
A ~-Neither tle Captain, Owners
nor Conslgnee of tho British
steamnship Barkbton. will be
responsible for debts ,c-ontract-
ed by the crew of said vesseL

4;ULF TRANSIT CO., Captain.

.I eTm Fq.r dS
at C=T046 ?3 0,1Y


Saturday, November 14.
Tis hubeert Theatrcal Ce., offer
In the Greatest College-Play Sucese,


With the Original New York Preductloe
and a Company of 25 Compe.
tent Actors.
..Prices: Matinee. 50 and 75c. Night, 250
to $1.50.
Seat Sale Matinee and Night, Thursday,
9 a. m.

Thursday, November 19.
L. S. Sire Presents America's Greatest
Character Actress.


In iaer 447th Consecutlve Performance In
the Charming Comedy,


Endorsed by Press frmun Coast to Coast.
"A Laugh Every Minute,"-N. Y. Her-
"Alay Rol>.,>n is a Comedy e')light."-.
San Francirco Chrmni,'Ie.
Prices: 23-.. 50c. 75.. $1.00 and $1.50.
Seat Sale, Tuesday. 9 a. in.

Monday, November 16, 1908.
Jos. M. Gaites offers those Famous Fun-


In The Musical Comedy Sensatlon,


Music by Julian Edwards and Alfred
Grand Special Orchestra.
O60 People Big Beauty Choerus.
The Laughing Show of the s fsen.
Prices, SOcts to $1.50. Seat sale opens
:Friday, 9 a. m. .............. .......


Friday, November 20th, 1908



A play presented by seventy-five school
children. Proceeds will be applied to the
improvement of Public school No. 1.

Pric s: Lower floor and balcony, 50c.

emts may be reserved at Coe's without
eatra charge, Wednesday. November 1th,
9 a. m.

Pmn-coln, Fla.


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