Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 10 1, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01202
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oBfollowing is waterway associations ciatlon W. B Roster. .
- S_ iim to the Columbus G, onvento of s on, Benjamin Thurley, sertar.M i ,
,,the Gulf Coast Inland Waterway Asso-bile. Ala. I tlMR??S Saa to
A-tombe -109, Stosise s Interstate Miss

ma'-. ;- ?^ ...." .,". + .... "totadvocate continuous Inland water- Scott. pr esidenet, aRose wa 9._A..
l^^ i l ^It is Drobable that the associations action, J. FHpVton Mn 31 peI l
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""-p.. .. .. re Oar lwhK1 Ittty and f opper Mississipp River Improv from all polts In Geor ga. Ps K o t-"w. t h



mi wBerlingtot, Iowa. LotIafa.W eaLt Do the Mlmastpps on e- abe -d fie@ $5 -a to
Inet^J L' K S -* cera O Jo Valley Improveent Asioeta. riveo a p etheboahr. His attorney .ii tel=
--.tesaye and ar' a 4 .mve t JlO.e PV avnce, priAet Colae- Tickets a sy 5e 0 ac ted thtpe o t hye ver It ottee t t Iepl to 1
-- .o.. ....t. fe s to -',- ,Ca mtl-berland River CIn faVosson M. a .l t1L olndntl t .


-t*M-1W a gret ,l a se T. Bryant president, oashClou. Te". o my be eaed by -1the tt ton ocee lat i


^ He a,-M lT North Carolina Waterway Aaeod- Gatt Coast Inland Wateray ASscI ael sed by fh werder.
eb91otiaetiieA c o k A l JtonA. Ea. R Chadboarn, president ation Islasb J. ese rsee, pretty h
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H BIFlB 'h-a Tet.S.N .m ;..,- .,e, tA dolumbuse M. Dr,. Ai_--i t 8o, &r
.... : m-e. "= -, ,,-,,-,- --lUpper Mississippi River Improve- from al points In Geo iliii -l7 I p a t


-DR.J.B1S. T c... ..T.. "to ,ar ,a tatob PCed ae Cm atee t hoe .a TlHs F B ull hat, to
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IA "-ie 6i en and pr tod E--- T-eBr yantpre ident b BV o Nobil, a., t m be ened by aeb a e me.d- that *@ s n bseng
S,.' -. '. .T.o...-- -.o-c- o o North Carolina Watee orway eAs Gulf Coast Inland "Is w oy aoId Mr.d e record .t M
-- "" "u A g u-s -co po a*e= B-" 16 "tion. Jas-"I H Chadbor president at.i "on,"-laadJ mHand S "t s,


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Sare froayaer.atet e 'Srt a. "tPA, r, ,ts. frsom,_.l,_f
rB LU F Pas" FM e S*y oG soe. 3s O .daughter,.- rse e .Dr.-Ailmo o.I..e.at le,- m
m a la anuem d s ,r e.amr .' alwas ehe Be ft oftA" ,to oieas ote s Mta Dik i o ca me. a I dea toet D t e laSwe t a


a v-e"Iravefou ueiar"ca. M. Filingim went to PenscooanTie- The boy.outIntba
eafeaWyteonabuslne"s. very-int' r ting bagee.llhee43LSaOnWbusinesstvery-Ieteresting,-gd
galler. AefeaOe rIS Miss Lizzie Bryan. of Mobile, Ala, day
Mrs. Rev. Dr. Thomiaes, b ita I i gCa.uts. ofAua- a- s been visiting. relatives hem f r -Msliaslll Petty is tbo
In.e.a.t ewgrowth tit"ofVesome timebutreturnedhtome M03- In Bo24,Mt ty
i, '-. =IIIIH:_ *"+ III H al ..... -- ... .. .... ...... a ... -e-future -to w&-- .. ....
p..ich.ai. .eigbtem. iow, a OR se am..ol. nd. Main.. Itis O ..s day morning.. .Ke..ery a" t e d...
-for_ i_ s~ .. .--,f Tryt! gsaeMessrs.tnsa l ha, t JnedM this Clifulast do... he eir I AI .. theya* agawla



Pa trk h 'avenuerty- min s, thf Ch ro r A S tt on Pon esmvit power? lesct 1t1 o -f dt
r go f t" apu ss they t o cross a rauibard threa tIene to.or yo arte r has vipsiee gool Now the Ldal pely -i
he es ac times ad stop eral times fri pa lect it a re poti r several mdred trr It e are a ettrge





MN1 pit the :,aomis a good many to at enoushto stsi stearerssly e trlats rdatFvegs had ner Ieen a visit. dreltivosat visiedave--s portion a on pr that tier'hme To ome ; rights ai the reat
et wgr potato foreless carriae a ru e at o 0 r either doer.""a.,S ,and ...s."s who t n o. ta ,
.. th-or do toruwctd o .eIed.ww eartoe t ine lther Aoa te lars l etdi criminal me mbe h .
Sp at a costhalf a hand el a. strs d T a othr t) a
.... ate. Ie w i"W prove s con.- [-X .lC..T - tt DBa ngWe to -queeted extra money uat of the ruast- to uust -re






:*: '^ ^, u ig-e apply." oUS they spent tlree day en- t

.. t 4...AY. At ......,,th,, 1 e T e ol sthav k It iaoeu erst ohMWtaruasO to the uen o as e a ot s i .- as
thirty-five sr tti agh Then Onlygtrutst bavugOh-. Now Si r






ie, ptogee t ar beard the aest acpths lache- e tor-ths motth are aJ better, eaeany t ate an s th from leart tde except In ewps treat beuagta t






Staper to a lat oat fact-o the so d the t nly lumber and timber, of A where the restricted mber set by the last everaert by the
(M aM)tetalso palted at each writer ams. Onl wife feel It cmbeayKteh the will be esderable sh ra S i and other trawt Qad entirely under its chntroL bor Trst when ae ain and-s 1






t....em t. o o tere el .. t - cou oter ro .s T.u best, the p rice of their Its warfare and criminal Tocord is A herca FederatIo C ab r..
wear, wa m hthe ers dine a to- tMr. and Mrs. Smith e a day or ets. ta something Ieatl to contemplate of the st t element ne
i tet The ae ad le of meet- two's sail the snd and hr. The aatos of the carrriges to pr he Trs does the same Tt a o s *o f oerkme@ n bn d r tr the r ea ma peae.
^gW=SrS 1byhthe avoed Geo. Awzs retamaed b toenda ter- ethe cbtry were omewta: bin ostl he pricc oaffrSt blown ?sa oSbherprpfestro. biSeot utanre
-s"-e r". t"- d A min. ...ter the Common Ci e lars in defening seminal o d s






.. .. e .. ..e enToed one g It imetalh od up id si e a nd. .yt and rl.f theaca .S
DSOUit *V#1- The mUMteahue will flbt prove.,reta an control of P corn-fths3








i.s re.tea Tot'l ...e.u b-icn. ,I . .atlowy the Abor Trustb 4 late t squeezedi extra money o te










Y, "to-W' ,--e s extra mo ey bf too -tboeo s, _lft, e .. t '!
Vd -a te BEULAH. tente a, asoeymtere oes'saedt el S l
a.." H....m-eo of M E Ca rs D e es eare o e --tWNWd .A 4 l0-1 of w o It NI .in "boS
e ""ll i'sll-Il. S-ol ace, the ee..I t.I nI V- a to Te Miourppo, sea ott mmon c-iese v notL s e and soldiers to prttee property "a Cideas "r' teion..
l In- aayfel-T .iate an. . .- Be.ula.h, Sept. .-The recent cold om -n t us. .H the loa protec-st temelves the attacks at I. a en rl
h I ila eli-elI the me a!Irs of whrpth wae put the mer y down to i not al ext r this terelly admitted erta e taste s wlero a e









_, Wooa oat tad y have oder tr qa Tuesday morning o t sunrise, and 54 irint wora wpot y toad as dua Nthe w tork i mr byat lasoa i a55.


and4 M3* with the ob. the corner of Palafot and laRta suhce we have dleed In Florida, and ridht (nough in t eare members co their aesdit stp y aSmet agar to liniu
Isr ad i t S at o f o streets, was badly damaged by urncl" It means lots o, soft corn in he north they can but the citzens rsyke D so etOfect metheer ofte etos. -" o t nin
lervTe d oa a t he uen as wt ar h aundscored er states, or we b e asr ,iso.tently endeavors oto ap o ou, Ist a apet a et
I.x i .., ..S.te to a taiso. shortly after-on the sound, nd brthe noMr. Walter Bryandt. of Miesippand where do the mseles at t1e chr -l a and aka e sn b me
E .af Mustieb- alt pointed at each at ri the andttic, w ife feel It had incumbent i the guest of his brother. John etra o eand before te courts or the ro str itea nur st emay te l ar lemi bye fl
helpoo sap me a to t est oo fw, a detetive fe. James Bruant, and other reltn a tives. tra meeaers get fatter and the ,rryt on wtarke ad a tdbeiit c at o u mutL w h
C.ag k0 t members dine to Mr. and Mrs. Smi h etlh enaoy ar. Wilams, of Misorppio Capital trustserale thiener. The non- t ei tsHea taldetsnd ctals i eriytt berT astor
W0 a The b and pleas of meet- two' snil as he roufd andt.e ea atr ropr t eres to products are hesoy in e m- exemst fro te st laws ether StS set mss
SuwOr Stb .gi %a l.alt of tier eeGo o. rt n become vs uto e.n T e s. wT d pLbor e the lves easily tehands of or courts be tiedTrust doesn't the ase mehe homes of wor es lr
are(gio," rkjP rlvateon which o perfectinga tisef as an ort tim. The Mr. C. E. owden has moved to e rouseatdc they otiren allow d s no riunction can be os to l f lr Ank beet to ai t hed a i
bein 1lad1l i> the gse fat ae.. .re department was snmo.d . Y.e.tra, where he has secured a p o byng Wen to eatpulate politi- pretentizeans womphcke en best- te i 0 a Sike s
5.exnished th.e ..mes sit.o.. with the r of BarineauBros...as. l. a kIi un gul the common tIn,=aimed or murdeowigre propSn hga (s aeat trat. tabst


, Th l a" i ne amam e to te resiaece o.y nr- Mr-. James nowTen ds saio at neople ar e helpless. tv -/ b a Ma..k .. .. fr *stlg
SI and to furniture and wearing apparel ?nlestra helping care for her mother. --h do you speak of the "Laboar We were treated to a cooI UIlstp trnu t WW- ,
byjwater will probably ainOUn to Mrs. I. S. larrineau and her brother, Why do you speak of the. We were treated
by V wi r by a to Mrs. .Barea and her bro TrUst? someone psks. tion of how trusts work togeShtP Set t r WS laW ~
4." .... . "" ;u l ,Cherles. B rrmean, both are serious It been clearly ee a a some chiefs E tbe Steel Tcrust .wh. al shsa l o, 4
.Essemeb**i Abm and be will remain there until trust in the fullest sense at the word jobed the chiefs of the Labor Trusts had hew we* he alSt 3
they are better. by the best lawyers in America in- te Republican Conention in Chi port the
Mr. John Reeder met with a serious luding Clarence Darrow the Atto and aeid m Ii Its St 4te W t w
a-accide-nt last week. He stepped in ney for tiie American Federation of that the Steel Trust would work for wed. M s Vies., Co
trea of bU,, mower to rentove !some ao and by the United State Sa- nthe Anti-injunctie-ti the*adMthe* lac and ev the hearse Ae bt
@ tMI " II-CIorn stalks Wi iS thce t ore tIm P prem Court ithel n courS ts platforllm demand by te lc. tlnhe de "
2a10 0 y an jerked the mower on to him. cut- You ee all trusts are formed rrTrust if in turn the Labor mems-' The buam so ew free tp
ting the tendons of his leg Just above accomplish certain thing. _' W rs would work for a repeal oft. e 15 Isawd em the i ~rlms tI
-tWiH ayhe be He P14&Is doing as well as can Control production. Control p s. Sherman adti-trust law dende a -et e btlem i
ML l e- " =- expected, but it may maim him to'- Ccntrol menmberi of the trust. j the Steel trust. Beth working to be law sad very mea prteleted n
r- int and ,,..... ,.ie.r fon C Glet the highest prices e public frPe of laws which were obstacle to &* Ia."
wan tsad ag isa a-bl eetr. C. e. B sby i as recov- ro will stand their further control of the people, s Toe 1- Trust opely assert
S__. eont Tcness ad is able to he eat trust control and sells what would be the conditon ot e ast haveteal immtty t
,_re- .t, a evy gr- swae work. .... i meat, the Labor Trust controls and amn mI it the National C s ae law sa pci new w to
U.-j4 Sl a Mr. John Bryant and family atte ndI sells tabor. booth feed off the public, and Industrial Associatioe and Its allies its member eav at
,ii i sa *o .h4 -sae Aw to I T*ed the Baptist meeting at Klodyk- it is perfectly safe to a.ssine that with their lawyers headed by Jaas ev er the ea e o -e
CeNT, DePt-ak Sprts Sept. 28.-Dr. a m i _t Sunday. o the maaaers of either or any trust A. Emery had not fought them t& Ith a. aowledgs the cts
SW ad Mrs. C. E- Thobpeon returned "on Mr. A. J. Busby is preparing to build will s-aak' the citizens fo every dol- alsh and listed that .iese triW 4-iia vte as their idMs of
br h g eday aade has most of the lar ty. cn get, oly d by the planks sh not be melded the
M=--e nH a be a llrs the egou. "e a ent ofanot of. wear the le will give Republican+ t ?I
I -a_ .. ,, .-- -,Al- d l _a, prosp=rcd s"4 thik- he d-servef -ro_, h whc 4--N-3 ..-L -a i



. w ta ew b. .t.h e. -an reanodr orn rs h agrees a combinatim o So erig tsOcc the comm ens oe as ta mh
SrCawon he-aset-- been &- mo omst. Tot e Mr for L hrces a otder pe -aenasM& n at t
IL. e- trying al0- _ a m s maW_-o w. ho w of.r. a d 'Mr3 Jas. B ryant wrtAin a =1ount _T hu s by or w.i't iV-


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tug In the soath, where love has been
held as an Ideal, and where marriage
based upon any other neentive has
been considered as almost if not quite
immoral. WhQe in some eases parents
have bee known to make wise selec-
tions of lf omapaatons for their hIl-
dren, this has been the exception
rather than the rule. Mercenary mo-
tve should omet be allowed to Inter-
fere with the happolems of two young
people, but ocial standing has come
to be, in theme latter years, largely a
matter of dollars and cents, and our
ctcepteis and Meask ere too titea
Mtseeeod by the same mdeI -m
The Atlanta couple should be left
aoua ne the edayment at sukh meaa-
we o fapplmes a maW W oem to tmea
ves without or notwithstandina
brpie's moeay.
The BoekvM Argas sounds a
in to t" Ueria democracy lest
thxo...-vaithy uo over conmdence
t arty suffer a partial defeat ain the
tn election. As tae Argues puts
it, "A aleeptag ara, rellatI na pre.
Omae6 security Is always Sa dan
ger."
People 0am lar with the most prem-
bast -ewa epers aCt ae country will
be surp ee to bar that the Toledo
BodOe, oe of the etunc*het republ*'
can newspapers In Ohio, has bolted
and rtuaes to support the republican
ticket.
The report m oe.s oue that Mr.
Tat's voice has failed him but there
doesn't seem to be any good reason
for It. He hasn't found It neces-
sary to strain It on account of aun-
usually harge audieices.
Mayor Sebrig of Jacksonville has
placed a ban on the street kitchen
and hot tamale man, eand the cry of
"ed hbot" will be heard no more for-
ever In that town.
It was a wise provision that politi-
cal eampagnas should be pulled of at
a season of e year when as the con-
test gets hotter the weather grows

With the names of thirty presiden-
tial electors on the ballots in Florida
this year the average voter will need
a guide-book Ito order to vote right.

We are surprised that Gov. Haskell
should descend to undgnified language
to reply to Roosevelt's undignified at-
tacks upon his character.

We wish Bryan and Roosevelt would
cease their debate long enough for us
to figure out the baseball pennant
dope.
The board of public works evident-
ly intend to put Jack 'rost on that
weed-destroying job.
When pnhleleane fall out the pub-
lic learns a whole lot about them It
didn't know before.
Any horse named Judge Parker
ought to be stolen.

It ought to be 23 for street car 23.


A Great London Success.
"The Girls of Gottenberg," now
'being presented by Charles Frohman
at the Knickerbocker Theatre, Broad-
way, New York, is the greatest of Lon-
don musical comedy successes. It is
full of good music, written by William
T. Francis, general musical director
'of all -of Mr. Frohman's plays. The
New York World has secured the best
song of this big production, and wlil
give it away, words and music com-
plate, with next Sunday's World. The
number selected is a love song en-
titled "I Will Be Waiting for You."
It is very sweet and tuneful. Order
next Sunday's World today.
100 HEAD
extra e broken harse and,
mules forale. W. R. Tay-
41r & Co., W E. Garden St.


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Wth i=alxan to the iHeioc atc
Cgnma and his m I y sa the man-
S -Sw of Iu aelusiton. the Brooklyn
35. a sepMblim paper says twaZ
sme O Wr hat the s lse his bank ac-
g o or where he get It. Joe CGamo
do"A t "uarge" about in talored
ehe and smke cigars of lndisprt-
a. ile qlty. In the ame connection
S- Ua~~ewy W terea, Ina the
-2glj e Tssays:
Ssh o hat fB all the Beokly
u kM~r atof Mr. Cannan. Persos
0 a vet swthe -e r on ae
SWriing a the eemay like a ret-
m obw borsecaU him pata, blant
sIgaSle SW a sa sagr W ftut, he
.b atg yby turma In the

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ewers that Mootn I the *sri Mr.
C.h, wo d Jdot bs fora ue by

as he ze se it. may or may n
k>' a he ,- n $2SONWk withl
whf h4 IM, etdU or eer we
_seld sa ged--but he ha. -
M l la'd tluterests ot the autocry
nad up d htso rwit he cas to he jud-
e ratherth 3~ a Mthe price no car
U dr inhe ofmalM at his awad.k,

asb Zeie it wa m ore about the
S .Magsa oyf gi a 13oa for the in.
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I te than he deea o" the aecumn-
4 at n mey. Ant It I patent at
Ws able an advocate of the meaeyed ti-

M-t-lee lfor fattsanh -hi purse.
IIl C a, a brother of loe. made
aot the a oaey tb4laid the toun-
date ftr Joe's brtne oat of public

Ii, p1bus y be)la i- to ,taln hia

S But be doesn't. lave to th e
woedI tI the yMteeth 1 S any
more. Everybody thereabou t votes
for him regularly. hearing a ti
dear's damn whether he ay his
?dots In W&aNtfton or Londoa.
.* And they know he buys his cigars at
S Mtlaer'a don& m VermilU n street.

It Is wmlin to submit the Xod looks
AW the 1ed0lipefred girls of Wenaola
to aruatlo n. Now. that Is -palach
'. ol,'as lo sutt." an It arbitration a
S -o le, our regdheaded be-dimpled
hebes wil win the day. Put as down
dthe of arbtitratiou.-Apalachi-

True enough. But we didn't con-
,a arbitration of the relative
ea of our girls and Brother Joha-
e9 bab's heb. r Jaeksoavilie' merry
i-ews. We merely ought to square
oe aea with Stovall and his bunch of
S .Tops senoritas and duenna" When
It 00mes to red-beaded bees and
Jaekioanvlle widows we have nothing
to a4,itrate.M Our dear girls come un-


der t e wire winners with bells o1.

S ts about time the proposed consti-
tutoa amendments wwe coming in
Srsame Oonaideration amnI -scuasson
In th state press unless there Is no
geed reason why they should be
oteoL Past experience has shown
SMt ialevs the voters of Florida per-
e"he same need for an evnenm-nt to
4e ero 'tutaion they are generally in-
49"d to vote against It.
A geat stir has been caused in At-
lata metal circles by the marriage of
te bmeasn young deghter of a
wes an uwtorlante family to her
ttherWs bean-nr, and it is said the
bewB family wMl edavr to ansl
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time ago it was announced that Miss
Tanguay was to wed Julian EltiUe,
the female inpersonator, and for a
time Broadway was plunged into
deepest despair, lest its fair q.ead-
liner should find matrilmnlal duUes
so insistent as to cause her retire-
ment from the stage. After a con-
siderable period of this heart-rending
suspense. Miss Tanmay has deAfintely
and finally. onee and for all, announc-
ed that marrn lie Is not fr her.
The engageamed- has been broken.
and the member of the prospective
team are stM daiMng In single blmes.
"It would interfere with my work,"
declares Miss TSangs, "and so I be
decided to forget thl8 mWg bei-.
ness." Mr. Rttine Is eying mming.
but busily sawing woo I n is own
particular mHe. ad r Us heart is
brkenm it is not viMe to the a-e
eye. And so, let us hope, they w l
live happily ever afterward.


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New York. Sept. 22.-Any bucolic
resident of the insignieanut pertlen of
the United States lying west of the
Hudson and north of Harle, if gien
to occaseerv* journeys to tbip source
of all wisdom, will do well to arrange
his next trip to the metropolis so as
to be here next Saturday Thereby
he may enjoy an experience that, in
the telling, will case all of the citi-
zens of his native town to shudder
in amazed horror at his foolhardy
bravery and herloc devotion to his
cause of sociological research.
There will be great doings in New
York next Saturday night, although
practically all of the millions of peo-
ple resident here may know nothing
about it. The occasion will be the "har-
vest ball and fall reunion of "Mother
Earth's friends." and the place the
Terrace Lyceum in East Broadway.
This may not sound exciting, but the
visitor is likely to find it so.
"Mother Earth," it may be explain-
ed, ts a magazine published by Emma
Goldman. a middle-aged woman who
entertains the theory that the govern-
ment of man by man is tyranny. I
would call her the "high priestess of
anarchy." but the phrase i& already
threadbare. Miss Goldman and her
right-hand man, Alexander Tebr-brn,
and her first assistant editor. Hippo-
lyte Havel, will grace the ball with
their presence, and the event
doubtless will be the great -ocial event
of the season in East Broadway so-
ciety. i
If the visitor, having paid his two-
bits for a ticket, expects to see only
the rough, violent, unkemplt anarchistA
of popular Iction, ae will be disap-
pointed. Even at the gathering of the
revolutionary anarchists, this type is
almost unknown. There will e ar-
dats and physicians and professional
men in dress suits; pretty girls in ball
gowns; aged women, plainly clad, with
the light of a semi-4ndae f-,tleism
shining in their eyes; mmen and women.
of every age and class and nationality
in this commopolls of anarchism.
Some are sincere in their belief and
look upon anarchism as a great aesme,
to which they would sacrIfice the!,
lives, f necessary; to others the no-
gevramat Cheory Is bpt a fad, an
aCetatnto, entered upeo lightly and
to be -t-'doned in the prospect of
any trivial inconvenience.
The hfl ew I U a m~h^in
AA*York for ems time to me.
snlace she has amunoesd her Intention
to begin next month a lecture tour
of the country, to be followed by an
invasion of Autrmllsa
"Sine., the American fleet has been
so royally welcomed by the Aus-
tralians, I feel confident that I will
receive no less a'reception.'9 declared
MWsh Goldman, in her magaslne.
Which goes to show that even the
leader of the militant mnarchists has
not wholly rged her voeeabulary of
words expressing Conventiomal ideas,
since she hope for a "reyal" greeting
ia the Antipodes. ......
That government, sometimes un-
necIosarily invarve. is yet a human
necessity, Is nowhere more apparent
than at the gatherings of anarchists.
The sovereignty and leadership which
MiM Goldman so cordially detests, in
others, is .exercised by herself over
her band of fanatical and dilettante
followers. Denouncing the law. Miss
Goldman speaks to her disciples with
all the authority of a law-giver, and
they obey with the servility of sub-
jects of the most despotic sovereign.
To the philosopher who studies social
questions without passion or prejudice,
the anarchists appear to ha&e less lib-
erty of initiative than the "Poor dupes
of governmentalism," and anarachism
itself but a new name for a despotism
in petticoats.
Ban on Silk Hats.
A trip up the whitq way in the
evening, when the theatre crowds are
gathering, leads to the observation
that New York men are growing less
conveitional in their observance of
the dictates of fashion. Perhaps the
most noteworthy evidence of this
change is the absence of conventional
evening dress and silk hats. The
Tuxedo. with the accompanying der-
by headgear, is much in evidence.
and has apparently displaced the
more formal style of maecullne even-
ing dress. Even at the best the-
aters only a small proportion of the
men wear the high hat that a few
years ago was almost universal. The
silk tile is evidently headed toward
te museum of ancient fossils, unless
the tide should be turned in its favor.
Dealers report that their sales of
silk hats have been much smaller
than in former years, having been
constantly decreasing for the last
three years. There is still a limited
demand, however, as New Yorkers
have not yet reached thie point of
wearing a derby with full evening
dress, as in London. The frock coat
and the derby are often seen togeth-
er along Broadway and Fifth avenue,
but the high silk hat is likely to re-
main the proper headgear for formal
evening wear for many years to come
Eva Won't Wed.
"No Wedding Bells For Me." is the
vm latest song in the repertoire of
ti inimitable vaudevflliaa and
Saklhr. Miss Eva Tanguay. Some


A Pipe Dream.
A pleasant press agent's pipe dream
which "as been published in nearly
every newspaper in the United States,
Delaware and foreign parts deals
with the experience of a gentle old
lady from the country who was visit-
ing in New York. According to this
veracioun tale, oee consuming ambi-
tion of the aged woman was to dine
at the Jimdort-Hyteria Hotel. Un-
fortunately she possessed only 50
cents, and that sum, while it might
serve for a tip, would hardly make
any great Inroads on a Jimdort-Hys
tertsa bill of fare.
Confiding her desires to tie genial
general manager of the hotel-who is
always hanging about, anxious to lis-
ten to the tales of the hungry but
impoverished-that worthy gentle-
man Immediately assured her that
the sum she possessed would be quite
adequate. So the gentle old lady
from up-state was seated at the best
table n the dming room, and served
with everything on the menu, from
soup to nuts, all for 25 cents. And
the waiter refused a tip.
Now, that is a nice story, a very
excellent yarn, and I am no icono-
clast, that I would willingly deny
that it is a veracious record of actual
facts. Yet a few days so I saw an
aged woman, clad In shabby black
dress, enter the corridor of & famous
New York hotel and overheard her
ask for something to eat. Did the
solicitous clerk escort her to the din-
ing room? Not noticeably. He threat-
ened to call a policeman, and a bell
boy escorted the aged woman, none
too gently to the street.
"It's that yarn. set out by the press
agent of a big hotel that caused al
the trouble,' e'atplatned the clerk.
"Now every old woman who comes
to New York thinks he can spring a
story that will get ter a free feed at
any of the best hotels, and we are
constantly pestered by them. They
are almost as bad as the hotel shop-
pers..
"The hotel shoppers?" T inquired,
interrogatively.
"Sure," says his afibs. "Never
heard of them? They are home
grown products mmotly te waves 9f
Afteen-a-week clerks who Rve in Har-
lem and Brooklyn fats, but who
drift n with great ourlh of
trumaPl and annmnee haghtBy
Sa bhey wish to look at so e at our
st apartmeate. They spend an hour
or two sighteebiu bugt the hotel.
and then deilde that our shack Is
hardly up to their standard. They
have an eye on a thousand-a-week
apartment at the St. Vltns. but if
that has been taken, they may come
back. But thbey never do. With
some womens, hotell shopping Is a
habit, and we'4p got next to these
chronles. But there Is always a new
crop spriNing no., and in the aggre-
gate the"cost a lot In the time given
them by employee."
.She LHce r ood Things.
Mrs. Chas. Lmnth, of West Frank-
US, Malne, says: "I like good things
and have adopted Dr. King's New Life
Pills as our fail laxative medicine.
because tlhey are spgood ad do their
work without m aiUr a fuss about it."
These painless puriiers sold at all
druggists. 25c.

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* POLITICAL COMMENT.


It might be just as well to note that
there is no sulking in the tent busi-
ness with Judge Parker. He is out
on the firing line for democracy in
good shape.-Macon News.
"Republicans take a roseate view of
the situation in New York nowadays,"
says a Gotham contemporary. It is
tinted with all the Hughes of the rain-
bow, so to speak.-WashJngton Her-
ald.
Prohibitionists seem to feel that
they may possibly elect their ticket.
Aren't they afraid the rank and file
may become afflicted with that ter-
rible political disease known as over-
confidence.-Toledo Blade.
Tae American-made watch that is
sold to English retailers for $7.41,
costs the American retailer $10.15. TJC
American consumer, cannot own a
watch without paying a tariff on It.-
Portland, tMe.) Argus.
The beauty of the campaign to date
is that Mr. Taft, Mr. Bryan. Mr. Debs,
Mr. Chafn and all the head pushers in
their respective parties are not only
"satisfied" but "extremely pleased" at
the way things are shaping.-Newark
News.
"The republican party makes appeal
to public confidence," says Governor
Hughes. The same old "confidence
game.' but really GOv. Hughes, who
knows the rascality of his party so
intimately, should be ashamed to help
it "rope in" the public.-Maeon Tele-
grap.
When the farmer learns that the
American producer ships all kinds of
agricultural implements to far South
Africa and senls them tihre much


to be put upbn his trial. Tans the
Springfield, (Mass.) Republiean, emi-
nently fair minded, though an avowed
partisan of Mr. Taft in tats campali,a.
declares that -the moat extraordinary
aspect of the president's statement Is
that he accepts Hearst's charges
against -ov. Hazkell as correct in or-
der to damage Mr. Bryan as Mr. Taft's
rival." "The situation thus created."
it adds, -is unprecedented, for no
other president ever came forward and
gave to an unproved partisan accusa-
tion the sustaining moral power of
his great offee." "This as-pect of the
case," It concludes. "must strike the
best citizenship of the country as moit
deplorable."
The anti-Bryan New York Evening
Post points out the inconsistency of
the president's course. "Unlesm Mr.
Bryan is wholly neglectful of his op-
portunity," declares the Post. "he
will not fall to point out t.iat if Sena-
tor Foraker had but bowed to the
president's will he would have been
left as undiaturbed as Platt and De-
pew, Kean of New Jersey. Aldrich and
Wetmore of Rhode Island and Cannon
himself, all tried and truni represen-
tatives of those 'great and sinister
moneyed interests which have shown
so the president says such hostility
to the administration and now to Mr.
Taft.' These same moneyed intere-ts,
be it noted, freely contributed to Mr.
Roosevelt's election four years ago at
Mr. Roosevelt's request, through the
agency of E. II. Harriman."
The Chicago Inter Ocean, an organ
of conservative republicanism support-
ing Mr. Taft, presents the view of its
own faction. Mr. Roosevelt. the In-
ter Ocean believes, is not helping his
nominee, and it pleads for "less Roose-
velt and more Taft." "It is certainly
an unprecedented spectacle," de-
clares third journal. "for a republican
president desiring a republican suc-
cssor, to insinuate and even a-mert
that all republicans who did not ac-
cept offhand his chosen heir were
'bought." That is what Mr. Roosevelt
is virtually saying. Is this the way to
harmony "' "Another utterance like
Mr. Roosevelt's latest outburst,"lt con-
siders. "would be absolutely disas-
trous."
These expressions from newspapers
favorable to Mr. Taft's candidacy, are
significant. They Index the opinion of
a not inconsiderable section of the
Taft support. Mr. Roosevelt has said
both too much and too little. He
has gone too far and yet not far
enough. His attack upon the Okla-
shoma governor, impelled bblind part-
sanship and unsupported by proof, is
deemed unworthy, a "most deplorable
aspect" of the campaign. His incon*
sistency is strikingly shown by the
fact that. while attvfMng a Ionspeiu-
ous member of the opposing party on
hearsay, he refrains from reading out
of his own party equally conspicuous
leaders whoee connection with the
"great and sinister moneyed interests"
ha- ben a matter of common report
tiose many years. Mere denunciation
of the senator who confesses his re-
lations with Standard Oil is not
enough. To make good his claim of
superior virtue for his party and his
protege. Mr. Roosevelt must scourge
from the party ranks other "politi-
clans of great ofce" whose identity
Is so wdety--known tat mention of
their names would be a waste of labor.
The president's house bam many win-
dows of the moqt brittle glass. His
present position is vulnerable in a
down plaes. By dragging his lofty
oflce down to the level of "porthouse
politics,' 'he has not..we think It will
be found, bettered his cause or that
of his candidate.
NOTICE.
All parties having bills against the
City of Pensacola are hereby notified
to present them on or before the after-
noon of Oct. 1 at my office.
L. G. AYMARD.
29std. Clerk.

A lot of old newspapers
tied up in neat hu"Oles for
rale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour-
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ENROLLMENT BLANK,
Because I am opposed to boss rule, to the control of the government by corrupt,
predatory corporations,
Because I believe in the referendum and the recall, an honest and economy ica"
government administered by and for ALL the people, and in the princip
of the INDEPENDENCE PARTY as enunciate in its Chicago platform,
I hereby request to be enrolled as a sympathizer:


Name.


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It Wilffl Be a Revelation to.

To see the magnificent display of Fall and Winter furniture at eur Mg dis ple
street, and you are cordially invited to eaNw every day this week. TherWs spuI t Iast
ever saw. with their great big beveled mmwrrere, lhrge table ame and memy ,res sisms..
S 15 and $11 we have these that will melee ee e in astt. Seattul aI
golden ok, plane polish finish, silver andI r o y cupbeid e, with a
plate drrr, at 220 and 2 will mak a mighey f e appearance In year dining reom.
many other good things that we want yea to see.
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108-110 South Palafo Street.
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: Attention Democrats


* The Bryan-Kern Club oC ifcambla county has .ereted erm. r -P
* neat orgniratloo and the name of every democrat shM l be, S* ag r
* its membership list. It costs amtaIM toola but the r ym 3e w 5 "t
* name on the roll will be a valuable asset o the o U t the re-
* that the primary object of the orgl Ittoo is to roUl Ip sa maSM t
* democratic vote in the coaing election.
* If you will sign the membership coupon foaun below and maIl~
* the same to the secretary your name will be placed on the membeM
* ship list.
* Hundreds of names are pellng added to the membership Mit '
* each day. Send In yor name.
* Wm. C. Monroe, Secretary Bryan-Kern Club,
* Box 484. Pensacola, FIta.
* Sir: I am for Bryan and Kern. Please enroll me as a 4
* ber of the Bryan-KCern Club. I shall work and vote for Bry
* Kern in the coming election. '
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NEW GROUPS a *' e In of
rams. psoed hera t Itad
wen she showed It to lmb, he saMid:
-F i you t nd it; 1t* th i a






Combigua of Woman's Hair uP6 Aoo .

Show Different Colors, "% g'qmarn

Is Novel Plea. m ts 1sMO 1#W
Mom",.... .


cheaper than he can buy them aere-
then is the time for him to fall on his
knees and thank heaven and the re-
publican party for the blessings of
protection, And straightway proclaim
himself a Taft democrat.-Norfolk
VirgInian-pIlot.

* 9
* HIS FRIENDS CRITIZE 9
* ~OOSEVELT'S OUTBURST
New Orleans Times-Democrat.


To the followers of Mr. Taft. as dis.
ftgul la-d frotm the worshippers of
Mr. Rooeevelt. the premsMdens recent
outburst does not seem to he alto-
sther w lasng. The more liberal of
the Pro-Taft journals have been quick
to see. and nt slow to condemn, the
Impropriety of the preadentlal aceu-
satio against Haskell uaconvieted. d-
edaris hisa l"-n e and clamoring


Doctrines of Democracy


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summon


A special from St. Louis says: The
combtngB of a woman's hair, some
times a brunette's, at other times a
blonde's, figure I the re ply Mrs. Wil-
liam J. Lemp makes to the cross biR
fled by the millionaire brewer to her
divorce petition.
The hair is mentioned in a deposl.
tion made by Salina Cory. a former
Leap servant, presented in behalf of
Mrs. Lemp. It was found, says the
deposition, in Mr. Lemp's home while
Mrs. Lmp was away, not once, but
five or six times.
According to the witness, she saw
lIemp entertaining women In his
home after his wife left. According
to the deposition, the witness heard
one woman sing "Treat Us All Alike,
Baby," while others laughed. She al-
leges she saw a woman stouter than
Mrs. ILemp at Mrs. Lemp's wash bowl
washing and dressing. Glasses and
bottles were there, she alleges.
Once, swears the witness, she found


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ty. aie0edeutf. Is uth~e g ar
Votes Of aln Voters Is thisM
CAI-T. FRANKA."EI3
At the request ?e MLOY ft Wisis-et
city = cound ty. I bereby manowameem
as a candidate for the eftoeat f~q

votes at all voters in this county.'
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I .. ... .** * -- 5-U- --1- um na
EWe m o w v e f w oe m* a @ w e-d
-. .... Ol "Young Idea" Will Begin to PR VE IT!
.bo W "... S t W h a Vn Shoot" With a Ven---- a
wg te mn O V. .ON a T..e ...k , geance in Various ISI "
the. gues of. Mis Ela War .fose w. Hallsof Learning. Beautil Ir at Sma C t
to- S oey. ral mths returned Tueday to her Wh lieng for th H S
..home. in Patterson, L. hMiss Hynes m to ns n toms
as te r ta man s \ o Sctl aS~oat Ways COr to US first and scores of younger Penescola w l, 1 aass 5
'"'"- tetoa during~ .er visit bere. SaVe tie. We a COr- troop to the respective halls of learn-r Tespectivee oai
t a drn .. vstbr. SvtieWecryaa m In ,g this morning, and myrtiads ot ;aeed. e=eda s a ie se
-m rSe C b eet wth M s. Tho. E. Joh.nson tt Sunday plete list of school books re- youn ideas willp begin to shoot" ,I s m .
for a two months' visit to her damhug- b... t.e preceM the orret d mos approv- r
_a l bywit y AlDesAdrsalry EB. P. Eri Mrs. E. E. Lewis art quirededdirec t before theday e taorer 7eimmilasmaam
** ear. pn. b --l County B.'hrl borredula. s-- -ter - -- -."e- Of' -'---noe"'"-be"'
stretCOeRrretegt have omeen ousy onpf wMr.. wain drcLhdvb umeom=o
SK a ..'cmek. Mir Iar Katharine Lotttin returned yes- art to we their efirt fruition today. u. O l i
as-* a sliu g1 e ato. tereay from Youngstown, Ottos ead n e and the city school. according to those ot- U mOoN-Oth
.. Birmingham-, Ala, where she A bee V conversant with the situation. have br a -
0. 5 )W* X S a0 wm meet with the president, Mi siting relatives and frleds. w m v everopenditllhloproee w a lbriiantrr
lMrs. Mary Petersea, who lha been ahead. I to make ee. first bwa.th elest
a*... trC.anon a visit toher old home a Ger- You will be to note the varyln.s .d tese a s I
4 returned to the city. otherwise which will be evident on
tes hto IrSo..th PBalox, ewherehtheree i* -- a---f.mu lt tthe iglmterious
,.ic- sdoThe pretty hometofh Mr. and4 M.erts. Soo ertheyoautenaores.iad ofMrsthe.syounosterse Oas ,m_ M o e~ o amse hao
S-t w1a .s * ft Ilts parw making W. B. Runyan on North Hill i near- We shall be pleased to give se. th..-ir oeIre s-hool til *.Smn a ote
I ethtsfor t o there tdo next day. in omletion and will soon- beorservicand help to school e first day of school fact, isnot ,w a M
7,l withoutf its eafiy Intereist to toe fttl = iditiraii e.
d...- y K S odrythe m aus The many friend of Mr. Bert Cald- book hunting parents. "ol dier,"ts dy wen in event oet 0owa mn -am ..
S. % tSme, I s sure one of them wil wel,. wi. be played to lear that he br.lUea add lmtold terro to the to Msre.t__. ba ? Se
tMyMId tbo Iamon lftretlhe r- Ilmproving, !4s fever brei some- Gem t ro e t bow to the
BB -morg dhja torob a n aItrhmo dcion ra what lower -Ki n' sl rmd wItd w ia the ogex- no1 H1111 atna
S114 terwatt MDha hves."re --" 'el.whaylow r- soe -G eti re pected, nd po s ech antffpeted tch a i t 0 INN& -Oft
Mr. W. B. Ferris Is quite I, to the "t day" t the highly myteriou
7*"ii "f.rm Inmf s e thig sa that mak regret of msy friend. He is at th Pt and lafaitely formidable plnew called r .Tes ^eowe tefrles

Swho akes as Mot of herself over BLUE RIBBON VANILLA Why James Lee Got Well. Thr teh*eth" rKig
g makes the best desert--flavored Ice wlverybody in Zanesville. O knows Irot m
,1at "T lBak Le'0W dm o better"--comment- eream deliciously. Order it s ro. your Mrs. Mary Lee, of rral route 8. She wa"thir .ame nd a md Uc
a o ~s o o l i two" -"If she'd corral grocer next time. writes: "My husband. James Lee. Afrm- IsUrwMimma
Sm oa l3tdsew;. dirtycm eed little broth- Ii believes he owes hi ulfe to the use
40 4et n oEliandsa ot them a bath. Funeral of Mrs. ZDr. Kase New Discovery. His
,Too' mch e "sat wenta lungs were so severely a ected that
skee the "stnts" went se- D'Alemberte TO-Day 2ospon seemed Inevitable, we
A-IA ak. renely a on er way;b sad to t rworman a friend recommend"d New Discovery.
who at -ed ber, the slllar lines tof Mrs. Allie D'Al mberte, wife of I. We tried it, ad its e has restored
The tth poet rm through her T. D'Alembert formerly assistant fire him to perfect health." DrK
St.ich .a. chief of the local department, died at hNew Disovery s the King of throat
.9t O Lu am t O nea Pow'r thae iftle gie us. the home of her parents, Mr.and Mrs. and Mg remedy es. Foirn os tol and
i y M IW To o l allers feer a s; 0. Humphreys, on pring street, early cal Adisory colds t s as equal. The first doee
eatUsm lm1eptao It wesd fre sehe a blander free an yestetlay morning death beir b s d gives relief. Try it! S oldu m er
410do o*wet Aaf toolish motion. to a prolonged ieofwtyphod fever. gatee atad rg ists ad

gme M64 ea er was the to H. T. iDAlemberteI t city sev m a CAo Al
M M a a sa a. anaa sInformal din- uy.na le-r tWein ccr at C. K of A. Hall Thursday
Snor, ar at Hollywood," her asternooo from St. h e a .ory au.,omme warnings Otoer 1st. A dmis
MeMil P oni h an e r. 2:16 o'clock, Interoont to be ft fm. Weo*lgO l ca l weather si. '2rl 100_ HEADthst
rthMlifg. gl all 1 dS. St. Michael's cemetery. were auy bry ter local water 8i, rcll .
itg a fe < ips" Mr. W. H. Wagoer wa guest of bnra yesterday t m- wwe -riedate- eE PRO
Sm naum oer,. aad en mday fr eds regretted ly caled o f dt ~e.Cteoret. HAIR PARLOR. Fo
Mrs.AM to. bide t at gien o"r wat "fare- Wheat is the most important fre o t anagton e tme Iurri-en Mr. Sarah Beirne, Mau- *
f i riyNt. Wl eem a poseitost elsewhere at an early cerealused as food for iaan. ases ralo a a fan d raer Ma
da Terthe we wrw wlsve ppwrt wee: uo etr Wan o r ar been Goods.I 0 E. Chase St. be- E. C* -e -Oe
4watheayl fomltcehooecrreatesouer.oakh up at allrni ordi s Iae-t o -M sloridaThe bp-
sWt o er r.and Mrs .Sc ar- p o .s asr Thi teen Cevallos and Alcaniz b ne
tit5 ,MrsGo.oaedrMs.LBea.sleKellTu O.-Local Ofe, s1. 1a. Sts. t blished 1884. P oot-S.,k con18
or. rMre.feh odlee. Misser.le Kelly, an ontPeasto Pa.Via, Sai ept- 0-naepotd
adMiss.BTe Whoius wainveMr.yKpwettl= Fr oa as odmgWhiytowyruaono., m ."Hunt [A
i e-Mr..I- ll d tameMr.Fran gek' itp otted latsa00nd HEAD
Sp iedlyt.tos M. p sweU.tsbrSre ekus foaer extra well broken horses and. "
Stt MR&. W. N. NORTHUP e1laye over ltei i oa utt of eW
S NTIERTAMS AT *RIDGE. lorida cots next two or tree mulesfor R. Tay-
SMrs. W. R. Nortaup entertained a days.'" lor & Co., 09 E. Garden St.
1"o INN 4rior nuym- amber of friends at a cosy little Be"Local Oe, xr. imkther Borea, il t
bridge part. given at her lovely is made from Wheat nd Celr Pecol 8pt. Received
e rB Sad trhe .rl y 'home on West Gregory street yeGter- Ce a lery. from Washington 1:4 p. m. 'Hrr- I
day. There were twelve guests pres- No sweetening or other sub- case p .m., Cedar Keys, Rockwell,
SMsJa.aTampcgabndm tckshville. Hurricane
et be an was d from three tances to create sour stomach warnings dispsDrzlayedat.allo lo1d e -Y 0 ON
fro n six o**lBck, atrayhTcbdainty d swarn-
A* tno rs The house a very retly ar-tritious and asy of digestion. StrtscU&jl tht o witthe at

Sm4st hae wishe ported playing ards quantitys won by e oeauti-t fo ster bot 3SPgOt awa
Sar n might fc a" rul flowers w'alch at thI3 season or Fomy ease 1- d e n -- t Mddsr
S e ore wear the yeaMrs. John ticula.ly lovely, and cmb Calld ast Bays where todayG K

o moere d cnts, Mrs. Nor thrp's guests wore: thr d Da Fin tn FeatAway Fo r Esc mbia
eat *cre and winniug.the first prize, Bs TfN ,HfE S

4" amust Batv wished ported playing cards- waa won by from part yesterday mad last night for'
*4 "sters"wear'ig." Mrs. John Ullman. .. cambi and East Bays where today I ....... -,-
Mrs. Bleeker Forbes. Miss Fannie ket at Pensacola. The boats have been
i 'lookg as tll' Georg Wetworth, Mrs. A. Anson. len streets all smer waiting for
s L dog could, really al& Mrs. E.. F. Bruce. Mrs. Jis. Maegib- Oct. 1, when under the Florida la. 1111
A ~ a expression at ts bon. Mrs. Walter Kehoe. Mrs. John oyers can be taken from the beds for
B? Stillman, Mrs. T. F. McGourin. Mrs. market.
Seee around--t-t were T. H. Lnaon, Mrs. L. J. Reewes. Ech of the oyster boats is cohm- d
se y Wo were -- pulled to take out a license to do busl-
rutn." ___ PERSONAL MENTION es,. and this all of the Greeks who
M [S j2 ,uar pIng he cooed. are employed in this trade, have done. Who they are and where t
Sm y .up, i her Mrs. Frank *. Traey returned yes. Whether the oysters in Escambia and
p a gi-t the clean terday from' a two months' visit to East Bays will be plentiful or scarce yOU are goihg to build ai
Bo1o eYo this yr will not be known until the Ournal's Bulig Directory.
Boton and New York. boats begin returning from their rst o r g
ty Toledo. Luuca Miss Nellie Hynes, who has been trip. Sce the oyster .eason opened -
mebse ath that he is -- local dealers have been secure them .*,...5SS ES.S
.o F. J. Chncy from Mobile and Mississippi ports, but WI AS
in the ty oow ty wll be brought n from local F.fM. WIL AMS
f' ^19 tt fity o /A J/ ^waters. "The Escambia oysters ae-
icannts cured y oo ways ta good demand, and with their Contractor and uHider. s
M S t tea*ot be cuwd by The Pure Food tolre 5^ arrival oyster consumption in Pensa- Windmills. Pumps. Read Graders
t___ e(fi ijcola will more than double.
e and Gau i td O f fce, 14 Bl eunt Bld g. Phone 970.
S" ,'. We announce the ar- .- WICKE & CO.,
a .rna. rival of our fall goods. ---- One of O,
slstem. Sned for -* PUMBRS
ncsayt o Everything necsary to f ff All kinds of bath tub. s, mae
SC(O.. Toledo. O. and Electrical Flxree. ye
S'# for constlpa- I ios in the Culi. or the happy homes of to-day is a vast Bids furnished on any sIDe Jobs.


nary art we have and fund of information as to the best methods
nrew gods arriving daily of promoting health and happiness and W. R. TAYLOR,
- new goAds arriving dail right living and knowledge of the world's wi put a
Our stock s all fresh best products- building on raR t n UIce. He
Our stock is all fesh Products of actual excellence and Sll sn rick, L.t., Tar. Content, ec.
aasonable claims truthfully mprear ted 2095. Garden. Phone 815.
customers posted regu- and which have attained to world-wid -
larly about what is com- acptS ne thr h the approve of the N.G. DANIEL, C
ing in. Look for our ad. WeO-ITfoued the Wold no od di- CONTRACTOR ANO BUILO E.
viduals only, but of the many who have
Sunday. the happy facultyof selecting and obtain- Estimates Furnished en Reqest.
i "" (C' B auWAg ing the best the world affords. P e Peneso Fla.
Oae of the products of that clasw, of
C C known cosupoment parts, an Ethical Andreau & Stearns,
Altbremedy. approved by physicians and com-
SienGOWN OF CLOTH. dedby the We-Infomned of the CONTRACTING UILeS.
SUaFine satin-nished broadleot l' a soft shade at pale brown. was used Waoddsidavaluable and wholesomeffamily P o. 77P a
Agnfor the model here pictured, but Wsatin. crepe de.ch te, marqu tette and such lazati is the wel-known Syrup tof
ICandy. fabrics would also make up with eitcellet eect after the design. Heavy
Brutes lace. d)ed to match the clothilit led the girdle across the aides aM" xir of Sema. Togtits beneficial
hf and 178. and back, and in the middle of the bodlee front was a motif of the lace, em- effects always buy the genuine, manu-
.? broidered in abshades of.gree, brown a title black ad a teeh of gold. Proa b wed by the C ua le Syrup T
. this motf depended satin cords and v "v d ba. The g pe and
uaderaleeves were of mne tucked e, nw agL ra fw adsby a leading druggi0tub


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S. F. FULGHUM,
metal Contractr and 4m
Pemasacola. Fla.
SPhone SM.
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INTER AND PAPER HANGAR
e n business here for ov~r
ars. No job too as. enomo -.
all. P ri es r oa son a .
NO. 4- W. Romana, Ploe -
Saunders Mill Co.,
31 E. Garden St., Phone 7Tr.
oash, Nos, slims and aU -
mahs and Gilding Material.

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CONTRACTORS AND PLUM9BMB
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CLASSIFIEDD ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY-


Wbht You Want Someone Else May Have.


. a ADVER TISE IT


I S..SA,


What You Have Someone Else May Want.


Is Looking For a Home?
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bullds o. S W r ood, awineUh atd.DeVrallsun oer fn
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N N 1E A -- 1A4Y. LOANS MADE IN ANY AMOUNT
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ReTAL N KE. r .TY O. A.LL K WNAD..TO'SUIT YOUR WANTS.







9bu s ldin. Ph"aottthNe NO. Ai .


Palafox Street


ai goed IN -.~'
m than 2% ah ga Ow

M. AA-


l binds of fre arms to clean
. To ft and duplicate any
e6 sp.sialty weK tthaotther
a do. Drmnk W. Lawson 25
I5eept


V An WNTSO sakeYOM ta a
hm~d do mykind of doectr ica r

eatD-vT= to* knw that w
Mewdreoodpt for acotnomd-
toe celebrated NamChien l NFood.
WeD knwn roduar. Chesw than
L. B.=%= Phone 57.
A ood beat ft for using


wA3gTxD-YTor orders for fresh meat


kands at second-hand
IS ta tem to us; ship them to
C C us; write to as. Crner
fAlcani streets. Telephone
F~^ L* Melba & COL apt
WA3U.-A uyrfor 1U iots a inam
5 lets o mast Mol.
14.MAS*W6 IN.P%1&= LoxUt V3sptf


FOR RE T.
INT-Niy locate 5-teem eot-
asM en --I. s per month, in-
j-- waher. Im B. Cervantes. Aplr
or he me M. to
M U n AND MONDAY we wm
aW" nor pten" tea-l"mlsa
^M~f *rthevery nw-chase af XDaley.*


at ** e Tea 30.

MO -NT-5-Tm cottage
lecantd at 1017 B. Gad
Il awIs. 101N i d
gDOBWMr Drug Oc.
39 OU HAVE anythg ftr re
eArti it Itoa eelamta
a" ftowre to me It.


oaIem end 6th aveas
am6 onk Taragesa 8L. I
flo wentcrantes. 31.46.
I? Zt lb LS. $1.46


awAL e.ana 13h S., 3.56
~ W. Intenecat. $8s

W'. Integadoncle. $8.00.

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'HIS -FOR TWV
QMAND aOIDNAT
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ev11 pat :The oTa&Ssem


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Stores


FOR RENT


At Rmsonable RentaL
We are offering the store
on Cor. Palafox and Chase
St. ,at $50.00 per month. ,
Also several other storey in
same building at $35.00 per
month.
Call at once and secure a
fine location for any kind of
business.

Otom 6 Watson, AgtI
4THE RENTAL AGENTS.
ssemnt IdM.

FOR SALE.
AUNCH to feet lMn, 44-inch beam. 7
_. 1. upie. Speed about 1 0 miles per
born. Apply Ai A. Wrighton, 6 W. Ro-
.ma street. sepUt0t
FOR 8AU1-O-pg outfit, complete.
hre.wM sa cow, 2 heifers and lot
Apply 8 ar ISO. 5~W Ia 27septlw*
POR n e .....4 bamd leather seat
"an bak barber chair. Cash or on
time., WL, .Reloion Furniture Co.,

BATURDAYS AND MIONDAYS we will
give away a new patented tea-making
o wit,., wery purchase of Dailey's
4a it e Tea Store. Phone
40. 25sept
FOR SALE-BeautIful home on Bayou
Chc, the timrovte enmts est ,more
than th sale price, at S46.
A -room house and 5 lots on Bast Hill.
A I-om aMo M and S lota on Wet OGar-.
don, $MO.
A 6-room house, corner lot, N. Spring
St. Close in. $236.=
A Sw-room hose and 3 lots e North
Am em n the corner of Chase and
DeV er tret at $2000.
Cottage en W. Government St.. $1200.
Cottage on Little Bayou at $1500.
Some buses property on Palafox.
Oane, Bayle and Intendecla Ste. Pri-
ces aoB request
Also soe trms for sale.
JOHN N. DAY, Bast Garden St.
BEAD COT-T.A9 Latest novelty out;
tin covers red, white, blue and amber.
sent to any amiss on receipt of fifty
eta, postpaid. Phone 1 2. P. 0. Box
No. 7. PensaMola, na.


200-ARPENT PLACWE 7 miles from Pen-
sacola, mile west of Olive station,
known as 7-mile House, on old Jackson
read. 0 acres farming and tobacco land.
fenced and cros-fenced with woven-wire
fence, balance partly cleared, partly tim-
ber. Fine oaks. pear, chestnut and other
trees. Stream running through; many
sprin on place; also buggy, harness.
wagon and farming tools, 3 1-room houses.
1 M-foot stable, with two rooms; 1 25-foot
barn and other outhouses. Suitable for
sanitarium, country club, factory, hotel
or stock farming. Prie $3,000. For sale
or exchaune for city property. Improved
or uniprove In part payment. and the
balance In cash. For particulars, address
G. A. vA Havasy, P. 0. Box 603, or Fisher
Real Estate Agency. 17septlm


Shall We Owna ar Hoe

Or Shal We Pa et?
This i a roblem for to solve. Do
it before too ate. Any family who can
pay $8 to $10 per month rent. can own
one of our new cottapW with quarter-
blok of the opety former known
the "Boyer Farm." in West d, a few
blocks from car ine. Several have been
sold; so If you are Interested, call at ow
office and we will tales you out. High
and dry; nice sbade.
$3.1S0 gets -room bouse with h .lf-block
on Lakevlew Avenue.


L S. BROWN 6 CO.
anti This an m



FOR AL.
WHITE WYANDOTTES and Rhode I-
land Reds, from pre winni stock. 75c
each. Mrs. Alice May McDaVd. Fla.
locutt
FOR SALE-Lots 7 and block 110, New
City. U. W. Marble, e Twelfth Ave.

FOR SALE st at bargain, a lot 65x125 feet.
with 4-room house. located at s04 N.
"G" street. Apply on premises. 29eptlw*
WHITE PEKIN DUCK--For prices and
Information white W. S. Myers, P. O.
Box 7, Warrington. Fla. 2Ssept2w*
FOR SALE--Four white rabbits, full
grown, at $1.00 each. Address C. R-
Long. Andalusia. Ala. 29septlw*
FOR SALE-Two upright wall show
cases, cl.cap. Apply Gem Book Store.
27-ptlw
FOR SALE-Two bull terriora. male and
female, pedigreed. Two years old. Ap-
ply W. Humphries, 23 East Gregory.
27septlw*
FPOR SALE-A Singer universal feed shoe
repair machine, good a sew. A*
720 W. Government street. 27o

MONEY TO LOAN.
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW money;
or If you would like to lend some at &
good rate of interest on TgIlt-edged se-
curity, try The Journal' Want Colmns.
It is the quickest, easiest and chbeaest
way.
WE bave $100..-. n an =uarantee4 rant
8ass. 8 per cent mortgages on etty real
estate in any amount from 1I6C9.6 u.
You have worked for your money, now let
It work for ydu. The Fisher Real Etate
Agency. 20S So. Palafox Street. 10-Jum.
Are you getting X per cent. met for
your money? If not. you don't get an
that 1i "coming to you." We can place it
on first mortgag-e on imroved city m
erty. How imueb does t pay yo d
Palafox.
MONEY LOANED o an Kanes at
somnal property on abshort notice. asy
terms. Suburban lots sold on easy pay-
ments. J. 3. Gray O-., S W. Roman.
MONEY LOANED. on rem estate and
personal rty the city t Pm-
so on rt notice. Terms am. J.
W. Bullard. 8% Dwth Falsbv c s t.

LOST.
TWO POINTED DOGS. near poorhouse.
One white, with liver spots, very long
and lean, bad on round leather collar.
Other solid red, fat and has wart on top
of back, Just above tatl. Reward for
return to W. W. Martin, at McMillan
Co.'s stables. 120 W. Intendenc.a. 27sept
WE will give away a new patented ta-
making spoon every Saturday and Mon-
day, with every purchase of Dailey's Tea
or Coffee, at The Tea Store. Phone 400.
sept25
PARTIES out of a job sbhouid try The
Journal's Want Columns. The cost is
small and results almost certain. At any
rate. they are worth trying, for you have
all to gain and nothing to lose.


Some RareBargains
8250"- rooms, bath, gas, electricity,
sewer and all modern. North Hill,
one block from Palafox.
$3500-9 rooms. East Gadsden street. be-
tween 8th and 9th avenues. Bath,
gas, electricity. $500 cash, balance.
S per cent. This house cost over
$4000.00.
$100-5 rooms and hall, East DeSoto,
near 10th avenue. Lot 60x137%.
$100 cash, $20 month.
$210--5 rooms and hall. new. East Jack-
son street, between 1th and 12th
avenues. Terms easy.
You.can buy a home cheaper now than
you will be able to latcr in the year.
$25,000 to lend in amounts from $100 up,
on improved real estate.



Leslie E. Brooks Co.
(Incorporated.)
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
43 South Palafox Street.

HOTELS.
SATURDAY AND MONDAY we will
give away with every purchase of
Dalley's Tea or Coffee, a new patented
tea-making spoon. The Tea Store, Phone
400. 25eept
Old newspapers are useful at an tumes
eOther tn the stre erJn the home. The
Journal sels tlem at atfe cnta per bundle
They are eat y tied aMd convenient to

WINTER RESO T-The "Old Mill" Ian.
on bay shore. I minute ride from city'
on electric car liRe, will be open for the
winter Oct. 1. All mbden conveniences.
Address Miss Lille Taylor. "Old Mill"
Inn, Pensacola, Fla. Phe S8O. sept
LOST-A good .ui, tuflty to rent or ex-
change or mCw hry m have, unless
you advertise U. ti T)1 Journaes want
column.
EVERY HOTEL In West Florida and
South Alabama should carry a small ad
In this column. The cost is only $1.50
per month for four lines or less.

FOUND.
PEOPLE are finding out every day that
The Journal's Want Columns are all
that is claimed for them. Why not try
them and get what you wapt?

SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL.


V fto. ImAIA~m n~ft: i


rk Phone o tRoes sound. Good outbud-
26sept lgs and about 19 acres land. extending U In I1
bath and Harry W. Gibbs 27. Palafox S.
Rea. Apply1aug
24eept FOR SALE-Second-hand Kranlch &
at My noBach Piano; cheap and on easy terms. BI G a
ntwy not Phone 3 sept
MM SALE-A corner lot containing three
forbuisingspaiut beoldn, one I action Being a housewife doesn't ncccssarily mean thinking
r etat Address P. o. Box 46. 2septIm potss and pans," nor living in An atmosphere of soap suds
peel "eMO. NO MATTER what you have to buy, me set-lti mclan-hoky.
.or nahane. or V you need help or em- and settled melancholy.
SOr Alabama. youwill 'd You can get your hwnd a dinner that won't ram
- an a-- t" -= tan. hob with his digestion and keep a tidy little home for him,
TIIE JOURN LS Panama Canal Edi. Ii A- _' read To__-
tiens at lc a copy. Full of illustrations tOO, without being a ho whod drudge--if you read Jour-
vand local iews. Just the thing to send to Want Ads.
out-of-town ries. They are ready for nal Want Ads.
Amam All most women need to make housework a joy--at

16 east Gasdden street, 2-story. -? least to make it bearable-is some little cou,,.,iilg link
rom house, ood condition., now rented. .
or W er mth. Can be bought for With ontsilde affairs-to make a pleasant break in the day.
lot.surr b"tifashadet. Through the Journal you will be able to find some-
. DAT. & CU~e ter, at The Clutter Music .. .
mdt t!saut body m the busy l~usm world who will pay you for
OR A-A- Tine qmuntit y o old givi a couple of hours a day to their business Just think
5e L" re at e s a bundle.gn ts
AN e Aad rg" fnor use. Just the Up what you can do best and most enjoably---then look
Swe w Turposes he journal for ody wo wants it.
S2 Sa ,y~, T .Jo ;,.' at It will take your maind completely beyond your own
-sl*pt fr r- pm--- and not you? front gate-and bring it back to home affairs with a new
wseJ t m m wme mnua nPanr s zest for your housework and a new love for everybody
r tts ,ld. i ,ton rI filed with at- in the house.
UedUv- pntMe. senoe and views from
_we. vte,. Fio"* e at B aketre or Journal Want Ads. will help you to becom- a part of

. Car ma&. aM. mrns orive. *1- just the big game-put new interest in your life-and crisp,
r. Jon I-C. N ,*- s new bank notes in your purse.


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HELP WANTED.
WANTED-A boy to learn printing trade
and feed printing presses. Apply to
Mayes; Printing Co. 24 W. Government
St. lo(titt
WANTED-Experienced accountant. Give
full particulars and salary wanted. Geo.
E. Wood Lumber Co., Caryville, Flan.
loct4t
WANTED-Instructor in German for pri-
vate lessons, by young man. Address
"German." Care Joural. 28septlw*
WANTED-A first-class short order and
general cook. steady position and good
salary to reliable party. No drunkards
need apply. Address. Cafe. Ptostathlee
Box No. 1, Quincy, Florida. :9'Sseptlw*
WANTED--lerk for general store. Lady
or gentleman. Give refernces.e ag,'.
experience and salary wanted. (leo. E.
Wood Lumber Co.. Caryville, Fla.29sept5t
WANTED-A carrier boy with a wheel.
Apply Circulation Department, Journal.
27sept


SATURDAYS AND MONDAYS we will
give away a new patented tea-making
spoon' with every purchase at The Tea
Store. Phone 400. 25sept
WANTED-Middle-age. wnlte woman to
do cooking and housework; position per-
manent to right party. Must give best of
reference. P. 0. Box 347, Marianna, Fla.
22septlm*
WANTED-A first-class horseshoer. Good
salary to right man. Apply or address
J. E. Morgan, 1026 East Cervantes street,
City. 10septlm*
WANTED-Railway Mail Clerks. Mail
Carriers, Postoffice Clerk:, $1100.00
yearly. Vacation. Preparation free.
Examinations here November 18th; com-
mon education sufficient. Write Imme-
diately. Franklin Institute, Rochester. N.
Y. S.septlm*

BOARD AND ROOMS.
TWO ROOMS COMPLETELY FUR-
nished for light housekeeping. Both
gas and phone. 301 W. Chase St.
sept2)tf
FOR RENT--One room with board for
two. Private family. One block from
east Hill ca- line, near water front.
References exchanged. Gentlemen pre-
ferred. Box 724, Pensacola, Fla.
OseptlwO
BOARD AND ROOMS-Large house.,
pleasantly and centrally located. 319
Guillemarde St. 2thept
TWO UNFURNISHED rooms, close In;
good neighborhood. Apply 425 East
Zarragoesa. lsept
FOR RENT-Comfortable furnished rooms
with gas and bath. one block from Pala-
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 16septlm*
LARGE, well ventilated rooms, with east-
ern and southern exposures, with or
without meals ;table best market affords.
Gas, bath. Car line. 401 East Gregory.
Sseptlm*
FOR RENT-Furnmsned or unfurnished
front room, southern and eastern ex-
posure. phone and bath, to desirable
party. North Hill. Private family. Ad-
dress Box 574. ISaug

PERSONAL.
IF THE HOUSEWIFE, whose cook left
without notice is wiee, she will place an
ad. In these columns for another and thus
end all the trouble at once.
A
When Tip Drives Home the Cowv.
The farmhouse stands upon tae hill,
Low, white, and fair to view;
While 'cross the valley mountains fill
The sky-line's fading blue.
The hermit thrush in evenutg hymn
Chants as a nun her vows,
In woodland aisles, so vast and dim,-
When Tip drives home the cows.
There's naught to tell of care or strife,
All peaceful lies the vale,
As from the forest path now rife
With many a bedtime tale
From brooding bird in lea'y nest.
From moss where insect drowse,
SThere comes the hoof-beat's hurrying
zest,
As Tip drives home the cows.


With eye alert the faithful dog
Watches each laggard kl:ne:
;O'er ilaIy slope and spongy bog
He keeps them straight in line;
On through the bars with urging bark
i Until the stanchions hose
SEach tired neck, or light, or dark
Of Tip's home-coming cows.
With swish of tail and g-ateful moo
* They stand and patient wait
I To yield, without the least ado,
i Because the hour is late
I The nectar garnered from the fields
Wherein they daily browse,
There is no sight such pleasure yields,
I As Tip's safe-sheltered cows.
S -From October Farm Journal.

A lot of old newspapers
tied up in neat bundles for
sale. 5c a bundle, at The Jour-
nal o.'F e.

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DWELLINGS
WEST SIDE-
212 W. Wright St. ...........2t.00
1800 N. Palafox St. ............$1 05
905 N. Reus St. ............. $12.50
724 W. Zarragoasa .,.........$10.00
1315 W. Jackson St. ..........10.00
207 N. Reus St. .............S100
BOARDING HOUSES .
National Hotel. 18 rooms....$75.00
SO3 E. Wright St. ............ 25.00
15-room house on E. Gregory. .55.00
216 S. DeVilliers St. ........... $10.L
Cor. Romana and Palafox


For


a 20-room


fur-


nished hotel with large
lot on WVest side of
Brent Hard Road, near'
Oil Mill.


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FOR RET.
1211 K Ceruasptee *
S E. DeSete St. ..........*****
Cor. 13th Ave. and 10th t. ..
%or. 1ihM Aw. and 14MMt .
Cor. 9th Ave. and DOte&4 ..
No. 313 E. Intend a ....
No. 30 E. Intendenela .......
STORES.
DeLuna St. .................
309 E. Intendenc4a ...........
106 South Tarrsl "........
120 South -- ..
13 W. R a^n.
Store w South Palaf a
Store smear Palaftx.
Sts.. .wo offices upstairs.


An Investinent.
We have for sale at a sacrifice to rht party, a large sash.a der and blind
factory and planing mill. situated at dagdad and Pensacola. Fla. This plant
is up-to-date In every way and c4p% be purchased on very reasonable terms.


THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
"THE RENT COLL.,.uvuRS'
REAL ESTATE,. RENTS and LOANS
I 206 S. Palefox St. Phone 87. Penseesla, Floerda


MISCELLANEOUS.

J. C. YOUNG will repair your umbrella-
Make it good as new. Charges moder-
ate-. 22 S. Tarragona, between Garden
and Romana Sts. 29sept
SATURDAYS AND MONDAY we will
give away a new patented tea-making
spoon with every purchase of Dailey's
Tea or Coffee, at The Tea Store. Phone
400. 25sept
NOTICE-1 will not be responsible for
debts contracted by bavine Le Poide-
vant or anyone else. M. G. LePosdevant.
24septl m*


A. H. McLEOD & CO.. Salimakers--Can-
vass from 14-inch to 9-lInch. of all
weights. Large supply of Awning Goods.
Tents, Cots, Hammocks, etc.. always in
stock. 708 South Palafox. ISau
IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE what
you've los or found, or what yru have
for sale or want to buy or exchange; it
males no difference whethther you want to
employ anyone or want a job. Tho Jour-
nal's Want Ads. afford the easiest, quick-
est an.d cheapest method.
TRY a Tailor-Made. Horse Shoe. Concave,
Toe Weight. Wagon repairs of all
kinds. Wm. K. Taylor. Cbhptey. Ila. lojly
MERCHANTS TRANSFEr CO.. Thor. B.
Thorsen, Prop., solicits all kinds of
moving and hauling. Furniture packed
for shipment. Furniture stored. Office
phone 978. Depot phone 704. ljnetf
TO CATTLE OWNERS-I have a pure
bred Jersey bull for service. Rates $2
in advance. Roger Owaley, corner 9th
avenue and 24th street. city.
YOU ARE JU by your printIng
It costs no more to have the best. Have
It done at the Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W.
Government. I
JNO. A. BERG-Ma3fer of mils. tents,
awnings, tarpaulins. dray covers. Agent
Carpenters Perfected Awning, only per-
feet roller window awa te made. 7W S.
Jefferson street. utm

EDUCATIONAL.
NORMAL COURSE, CONSERVATORY
Method; Harmony, pedagogy L C. S.
Students qualify for teaching. Certificate
awarded. Madame S. Eloise Hull. Phone
g67. loctim
MISS LILLA McKINLEY will reopen her
private school October 1st, at her resi-
dence 609 N. 8th avenue. Pupils for
night school also received. 30septSt*
MISS MARGARET MACLAY will reopen
her Kindergarten at 316 W. Strong
street on Monday, October the 5th. Phone
729. 27septlm
MUSIC-Miss Lillie Williams. 1225 E.
Fourteenth street, phone 802. 22Sep2w
ENGLISH-LUTHERAN School, 14 West
Garden street, begins October 1st.
Grades one to eight. Inclusive. For terms
apply B. Riedel, Principal, 610 West Gar-
den street. 20sept2w
MRS. MAE WEBB CLUTTER will resume
her teaching of pipe organ, piano and
voice October the first.Address 11 East
Gadaden street. Phone 1542. lasept2w
MR. WILLIAM PACKHAM, Mum. Bac.,
Organist of Christ Church. Singing,
Piano, Theory. Lessons at Pupils' resi-
dences; also organ. P. 0. Address, Pen-
sacola. Fla. leseptim*
PIANO LESSONS-Miss Gertrude Fried-
man. Phone 272. 222 W. Cervantes St.
13sept
MRS. WILLIAM BESSEY. Conservatory
graduate, has had long and successful
experience In piano Instruction; is ready
to take advanced pupils in technique,
phrasing and Musical Interpretation, com-
bining Critical Music Study. History,
S'omposers and Their Works. Classes for
children will be opened on Kindergarten
plan. New and attractive method. 616
East Gadsden. 12septlm
MISS BELL WHITING will re-open her
school October lst. at 521 N Spring St.
sept6tf
OCTOBER 1st. Miss Z. D. Adams will
open her clasea in Grammar school
branches, 7Aiterature. History, etc.
ALSO
Dement -Pittmanic Shorthand, Typewrit-
ing and Dictation In Commercial Leterg.
Law l'aprs, etc. Address 411 W. Gregory
St T,-ephone 1373. 2seotlm


WEST FLORIDA
I WANT ADS.


APALACHICOLA.
THOSE of The Jouaals readers who eI$
In West Florida or South Alabama
should take advaaula of The Journalm
Want Columns. I I m htve anything
for sale or rent, in beet a
quickest way. Try it.
PULL TaER UOTKU Ia. OMe
e tablished hl Ky~ free bathe,
best service. sROSj-S *2.0. eae.
lal rates rb west s, Pre.&


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THE MEDICINE CASE. ---
As the home medicine chest is im-
portant--even when the drug store
is just around the corner-the travel-
ing medicine case is even more so, for
the druggist may be far away. lweB
though he is at hand..he is unable to
put up favorite prescriptions unlesi'..-.
the formula is on the bottle.
It is not necessary to travel with a
complete auxiliary pharmacy, but it It
certainly a good plan to take alog
such remedies as are in commvs une.
To carry these necessities convelneat-
ly and compactly several styles et
leather cases are made with cogart-
meats for bottles. One very complex
yet very small one has a plaem, s r
courtplaster and such things a wft
as for the several bottles. AlnOllT
very small one holds only fewr bet *
ties. but each has the tightest of I55,
while a third-evidently Intei-e lor
a very short journey-holds, but two
bottles.
Of course, these little leather cases
arm always Included in the outfit *or
the automobile trip There was a 1s
who carried two such cases full el
remedies on his weJding trip, only b. wJ.
consisted almost entirely of paMet
cures for colds.
It is easy enough to fin the little
vials from the large bottle li Wwhs k
the medicine is bought. If a tw is
not handy, make one of stiff paper.
twisting it into a ccrnueopia and eli-
ping off the pointed end.
Just here a word of advice. It is a
very wise plan to get the druggift to
write the prescription on the label oa
the bottle, not only that it may be 4t-
tinguished from the medicine of the
other members of the household, but
so the bottle may be relied 'by any
druggist. An unmounted label may
be procured to fix pon the case hot.
tie. Universal remedies, such as so"
mint, quinine and cas trooll shoadt
find their way into the traveling
case.


A Friend of Life.
May Henry Watterson live forever.
It must be a year since our friend-
ly swords have crossed. Now oomes
the Colonel, wita amiable impetoosity,
with onslaught that is kind, and thms .
he saith-he the former antl-Bryasfte,
he the fiery convert, he the everlt-,
ing embodiment of contradiction, ener-
gy, and whim; thus salth he:-but B s
to separate his words would kill their
perfume would take the Watteraon out
of them, would lct the- gallant Hvell-
ness escape. Let us attempt only the % -
Idea. To support Taft, he believe,
while dreading Cannon, Aldrich, HOe.
kins, Sherman-this i inconlsteasat; "
for are they not all devils? Are they -
not all republicans? How ea Got
lier's while talking against HemuIOa .y
Galllnger, Tawney, Penrose,
tive tariffs, Ankeny, mlicellaneoe ob.
stacles,. Jenkins, Jo-Uncle--how It
fail to rush Into the arms of lrs a ?
Will not the democrats remove j
from the world? Is notMarse
a democrat? Well. that is reme h b *
tween friends? Par be it from I
Inflict logic upon Henry Wattersge. eo
exists to make the world more Uvsely;
to keep it awake; to give it. by mae1r
voeabdlary, that exilbaratioim d Im-.
pulse which Professor MutSse r g -
thinks requires champagne. It will be -
a noticeably dulles world. wh"e the
curtain fall on Watterm. He e
not reason. He Jumps. Aid,-'l
jumps accomplished, that portlo e
which he happens to alight is ds
with a wealth of Imagery worda y
a levoltUon or a crusade. ar M~
faith never ow r less. .Jt
rapturous to ee distlnty the
in the universe, and to ve a
a weapon which shall slay
and lest the natonm stee
wisdom and adv ee* if
late evening of Noejrmir 3.
seen to be elected, our
be wafted first to
shall try to see the
hi elmS or rademC....B BBI
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THE A, B, C OF INVESTMENT
to to buy where the property must increase in value.
and "Buy Where It is for the Interest of the Seller to Have That Property
The first rule is so plain that no argument is needed. The second of
these two rules-
Buy Where It is for the Inteest of the Seller to Have that Property
Grew, is worth most careful con.dt-ration.
The broad principle of Russel Sage's advi.e. "Young Man. Buy Real
Estate," will soon rank with Horac- West," and the advice la good. but does it not strike you. that if you are
goeng to buy. you might as well buy the best, that i.s buy lots with the
company that builds and develops?
All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensacola lots with any
other property in or around Pensacola.
We guarantee street car connections through to Magnolia Bluff within
nine months from data.
You can buy these East Pensacola building lots now for $50 and up,
each according to location, on the Installment plan, at 10 per cent. down
and 5 per cent monthly, no Interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
and wiortgage or all cash with liberal discount.
Only 250 lots will be sold at present pric- V Wheen this allotment is
sold. no further sales will be made by us until after street car line is com-
pleted.
Six years ago a few brave souls bought lots in New City for $50 each.
The street car line was extended and many of these lots have sold
for $500.00 each, since then. East Pensacola will do as well. The biggest
boom that ever occurred In the history of the world, will within the next
few years take place in Real Estate, and mark these words, East Pensacola
will be a record breaker.
No lotssold undesirable parties. We shall have some interesting
things to say from time to time, but the most interesting of all is this-
Don't Walt. Get in before the 250 lots are sold.

The Pensacola Investment Co.,
1 North Palafox St.


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caught fire today, but was soon extin-
2CT. POSI E guished. We must aongratulate our B A
alarm in such I rbes. H ad
map" the fire goten beyond control with the L
high wind prevailhar the result woubd
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Some____creat,_pos_ ly bent on That's the way to remove the first
mischief, or othersWee tut the guy
NewRateFowRtBritain os Of the HoAa te which IIA
S New stretched near the B i nt church, last comfort and happiness in the home. Idea
s mand Ireland Is Now In m we t te sent- d t u ge inge henuning and lighting. ca-onomicto
tion of such practice. We are sure
SEffect that if caught up with they would be a W I
dealt with to the full extent of the law dIT T
":Ht Bi -i-- "-for the law on molesting any house, I A0
mecial to T J L tent, or place of worship of any de- DALLA ~PENSALA GAS CO
me 2 Washington, Sept. 30.-After mid- nomination is very heavy. We hear
^^B^ ^Bfe ^Mfctmi Mal night tonight a letter may be depost- the parties who did the above are esuas- Phond 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden
Missed at any postoffice n the United peeted. The tent was again stretched
SStates for delivery at any point in and services held at the usual hours I N a.I I
I el"- -"t--toGreat Britain or Ireland at the domes- today.
tic rate of two cents an ounce. The -ITVELY CUR


Sal authorities of this country an the Spucie to The Joumrna. 0. W. Wallace. Cripple
. British government. Jay, Fla., Sept. 29.-Rev. John Hig- Creek, Colo., writes: I
The matter of a "penny potea.". adon delviered three excellent lectures have used your linment
ritas Victoria, Stephens. 2094, H it is called.in England, has bee er s i ina severe attack of IRhen-
Sa e Bconsideration for some time, asn ecclesiastical history in the Mis- matism caused by cold and
BWt s M Aug. Belmont Cark, 297,far back as last July President ooe- sonry Baptist rh here saturday exposure to the weather. .
Car- t to Gulf Transit Co. velt approved Mr. Meyler's course in eight and Sunday. ;Each time tie had Two application relieved
'9 " .-- Brit ao Chi wick, Mussen, ,336, urging a "restricted aion with E- a large congregation meI commend tatever may be the after operations
Aim, to Gulf Transit Co.Olad t or Rev. L S. Ridgeway, of Bonnette, hiyuW. T e C
onim On October i i et world of finance, the begril
beala. Nor ship. Backer, 163, postal Unonwhich governs l ter- Ala.. filled his regular appointment PRE Mc. .etence is uniform fond to e in
I -tal ship Avon. Ave.no. 14T7. various countries, reduced the rate of Mrs. B. A. Higdon returned to her BALLARa the
Buenos Ayres to Rosasco Bros. letter postage fres five cents a hal home here last weke from Mobile. SNOW
uo M b Dearka. or3 osnce at, to .e" enNts for the *rat where hee has been for surgical treat- aUEN Ie CO. the great secret of success.
Cabel1o, to R x M. Robinson. tol ncewh isthe re Dr. John R. Brooks, of Red Level, St. LOU four compounded on


Trau sp i- It- al b1 b auror, sU 1 Ft de have direct steamship cnmitnn his r ome.future W. A. VAT RM IcIcr, Commercial accounts solicited.
1^ W_ U Wittich & Co. mail tolwhichcotsandditionsaW E. M. g a ui trip
O Wl:, 28 ABaeoRs A res e to Jn. A. ticted countion are tho now exist- vstor to d steour aly atehis morning. LAND COMPANY
An iU91. Pt. Nolats to master. passes in transit.0 The Jay baseball team accepted a___________
t e b herita Masa 1023, Ge Unde r the articles ofa twoet oe univeDrrsal challenge with Pollard Saturday after-M m s o
lick^^ *, to Peniaela l~unber Co. postal union any two states can form noon and came out winner 4 to 0. Fiorida and Alabama
Nor bk Western Monarch, Thorb- a restricted union. Examples ofre- J. CarldW1llamson was a pleasant Alabama kSirst ii a tlona.L ii

V &A- LN Cpt. IL BandR4, Ital. bk. Rosa M. Mama, 1270, Val- letter rate, between the United States for Atlanta, Ga., here he will enter sEad Demes t s
IMPa beingparastomaster.leterrafbetweeno Pnoa medical school to ish his third LUMA DRIHPenacola. Florida.
~iwt a priaea to master. and Cuba. the Uuite states and Pan-- a medical shool to finish hi third GLES AND KILN-DRIEO SAP.
W u o W ti l5"I T Nor B k Sterna. Johansen, 1Z aa and the iated States adC..- year's work. .
Sa car otmber ua Loadmi to A. Zeliu ad the Uted tatesT.. Cannon returned to his home Designated Depository of the United S
1 0ma -C01 We o 1o a Nor. bk' BJgure 1499, Oxevad, to Postmaster General Meyer believes here yesterday, after a week's service w. 3. Kowe, Prsemt. W. K. 3yr., J e ls..
Sat edsa m d .to.the that this reduction in the rate of post- In Milton a Juror. MARKET REPORT w. e* w- *Ket. Ass'. CWae. w. N. es., As. 's
aaLtraawsrt iamber Rbt P. .MWrgy. Am uch, 72, age to the United 'KIgdom. ultimately o va Dteste.ep-P. c. area. w. A. Meant. W. H. Kwles. W. K.
*to Pimsn* la Taaeto.. to a master. will result in an increase% & receipts, ~ ees Hwrt.
fn f n ohe tobecause it has always been fouad that MILTON _--_-
m eft R -rcI8NG NOTICE. reduction o the letter rate ulte l PEfNSACOLA COTTON MA TIET
w oer s loed The A pair finally In Increasing the revee. He -' The toa report i furnish daly
iaofh ,pnh a t Doe for The Journal by M]arks & Gayle. 0.
S 'U The e will ereafter be con- Is also of the oag lad n that a o e owerfpost- specialIsin -- Te U L cotton merchants, Pensacola, Fla.:
owned by dued by r company. tercoure Our manufacturers, he o ., Sept. 2.-The re g ..............."MONEY MAK
I t" of supplies. tAis and xtures, bleycles, and must really iea eent u tonight from Alalusia for Interment Strict low middlingg ...................%
Inat a r bicycle sdst1. Was, -Pistols, locks, thea malls for orders and Increase I n the family plot In the Milton ceme- NAVAL STORES.
SavlB rn. The keys," type *rit -etc.- I thank the tade "Furthe ohe said ,"thiswi tery. Accompayg the rem the remains were Savanah. Ga.. Sept. 0o.-The following ln t
t Tlw rr pqb T forke thWer patrae. I to mehank the trade. her.e id, t will her husband. bef sister. Mrs. Kate are the naval stores quotations:
[s Ni making weekly rey edtfUI rGtSOomed a& continuance Ush speaking cxens P ot. s ad W. Mlrs.p, a ll of Anda- ...............................-65 0o
entela. of that pattv to my .successors. those of limited ei I3ndW .Milanalidof a-----n Our S vwngs A cct
ai ii l B mtend yesteta, r pta the to k u p orrespondence J .M. Joa: Brqdn David Broda : ........... ............. A
stm~~~with their relations and friends in the and Mr. and Is. Lew Cohen and H........................- ........
r at A I children spent their New Year in Pen- o .....-..................... .25 to If you have an maoust wih call and hav the i
7 0--L .....u .-, F--...........................-275 to2 2X
uvai ~ ni9' an Mii wshirztr.st e frien rnea D i ves.ah Murray of ** .to 6% ed en your beek. If )ees have a* a nt, open up one a
el' sand sefsslrt.C Cares M a d Pesaeola. ;;spt- fedaya -herewhB .......
Sad f ar eaI to T4 Je nL tred and a es. S t Turpentine. 35 cents. We py f per m ded quarter.
Anl*, Ala., Sept. 30.-The re-. tRw i Rev. C. Lhye spent Sunday in Markets, firm.
publicaus of this county met here last MilliganTer . at ay to ARICAN NATIONA
that place. e will Saturday, the 26th. under a call of visit friends in tesacola. M. A BAKER & CO.
or back loaded with Chaiman J. W. Barnes and put out enowg 1n a irt e the S e state Mr. R. Arthur McGechle was called MANUPACTURIERS aesgats DeeIsry of the Unte tates.
the following county ticket: Tax as- aed by the P- Aatr o.: to Chipley Sunday by the news of the Seamless Turpentine StiUs, cel wm. m0,. j.. *'re,. .
Sessor. Lee Doles, tax collector. 8. J. death of his sister In that town. 0.1
.')b jsarme Vanmes arrived yester- Houston, tie=as r B. '. Farum, au- Kate Williams to Mary 8weeney. Mrs. L. LE. Moroe is home from a Pensacola, Fla. r1sL.atr ,e Pas.L ~ Ast. ole. e
VOewa a=d way points with perintendent of education, W. T. $1 and other cons.-A portion of Lot pleasant sumaner outing in Massachu- ______
r..4 6 M a-w-,Stoe*." Combs, commissioner, first district, H. J, Old City fronting 108 1-2 on Bar- setts and New York.
Bass, third district, V. L. WVllams. racks St. and 0 ft. on arragosa St. 8. J. Pendletol Is in Jacksonville - -_--.- -_
..m Wlr be get away day with A platform was adopted and the cam- Erich Zabbuch to L. S. Browder. visiting h s sons and daughter.
| *wlf taMrs. Th. Prit and palga isu n M a. President Roosevelt $250--E. 1-2 of S W. 1-4 W .1-2 of W. Mrs. Robert Harris and children are
I h- bM aited their aoesa and Watson recevivd 40 T"otes in this 4-2 of S. E. 1-4 of Sc. 12, Tp. 5. N. R. visiting relaves In Milligan.
44a wil leave early this county at the last presMential election. 31 W. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Diden and chil.
Sefr P pert. A aumBero-tloyofewiladles of our P. K. Youge to Chandler C. Yonge, dren are visittng re lative la Pensa P C S nk r
.' * town have left roeaetly to attend v&- $300-Lots 1, 2 and 3, Blk. 95, New cola.
e os. r IMtaola was among rious schools. Miss StBust Barns City Tract. Mr. and Mrs. John Trice and little
t -*M Is j" w y. Sb brought and Ma6lie Malco nb will attend the Phillip K. Youge to Maleolm RK daughter spent Sunday in Mulat, the apta
Central Female College at Tuscaloosa, Yonge. $300--Lots 8, 9 ond 10, Blk. 72, guests of Mrs. Trice's stster. All Work Testee .nd G aranteea. T. A. JENNIN4 CAR. H.'JE
Ala. New City Tract. WI T w 6 t w
T&e bark -Wlsacetown wat moved Same to Henry M. Yonge, $300--N. Subscribe for T"h7 Journal. Wt us gr We ine* e rsss .' "*-,** e
1 f the stream to Palafox wharf yen- Exoenut Health Advice. 100 feet of Lots 7, 8, 9 and 10, Blk. Jour..nal. -----
tery.where ihe will unload ballast Mrs. M. DavI.es ,of No. 379 Gift- 95. New City Tract. ... 1 j -I.11 Legal Advertisements. omacon.
aaCtbe a *ro. fo rtAve., Je c l. says: **Te san to J. K. Dsyis Tone. Sa0-- to oTE av is Y og.C e $30- ',, w,.,. P. .. ... *, , M eh -. J .o
* e worti of Electrc Bitters aa a general Lots 18. 19 and 20. BIk. 95. New City FIAST- MU IC PROPOSALS FOR JAIL WALL OQhlr Jeiesen r, Thee. F. We. W. C. Djrm
T, teamer TIvertom, which took family remedy, for headache, bilious- Trac?. FOR ALL OCCASIONS. Sealed proposals for paving. cuxhing .M .
sot elsraa, papero yesterday for nes and torpor of the liver and bowels Same to Julien C. Yonge t3-- NIXON ORCHESTRaA twn -hble k re idby tahnBoardtof Pub- L M *aye'L J.R.Shemaker J. A. W i
ernM 'wilt eenyout a cmgo of near- is so pronoucd that I am prompted 15. 16 and 17, Blk. 95, New City Tract. lic Works at the ofce of the City Clerk TA. .Jennng, Ct 1. Jrntagln W. W.
^ NMR sot t hlamber and tim- to say a word in its favor, for the Same to A. Louis Buck, 00-lota at Mrs. King's, IN. 1 asuth Baylen. p to75 p. Oct or 10., t. TO Ac tober gs Ca. H. Jtobe* W_ W_
bW i ": te big cargoes to go out benefit ot those seeking relief from 1, 2 and in Blk. 72. New City Tract. PhMone 10. P. O. Box 319 addr dto L. O. Aymard. 'Clerk, and "--
4d tShg-e pit few weeks, such afflictions. There is more health L. Henrietta Parker to J. Campbell .. a -- The work for whlclh proposiWallr .s A Gn B--I AWE
S for the digestive organs in a bottle Avery Jr., $1 and other cons.-Lots vited consists of approximately I WE DO A GEN AL BA^KING AND
Cleared, of Electric Bitters than in any other and 4, Blk. 11. Dallas Tract. 30 o ,.uar feet concrete idewalk. BUSI 'ES S.-
Tiverta, Br as, laisk, 2453 for remedy I know of." Sold under guar- 48- linueal feet tile walk to be relald. *
La ,'with 1,l51,000 ft mwn tn. antee at all druggists, 50. S _c.9 inal f9: eto CSt -n g.
-u5 oTe4.000va ft lumber. PO ARD m SpeciSications and b nk, forms ef ~ro-
? Subscralbe for The e pur-al. *1S .. z- be obtained by application to
U *S, OP, VSSWLS .i PORT. Subscribc for Th ju a POLLARD. to t anA *ad ^al b s. ____ _-----------------------
,5e- U W" L. AYMARD,
ItllliOnr, a.-S Evanell .9 Ge- e ..-...... . ) pll to The Jour" Clerk Board Public Works. N TA
sea Seuth Atlantic StemNhip Co. 5 M KNVLL Pollard. Ala.. Sept. 30.-Jno. A. d-. EA -TRonr THOnrOnr THE Z NS NATIONAL
H to OGlt Transit Co. f iton last Monday. NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP DISSOLU- PENSACOLA
' Br s. Prentice, 2348, Ha- tensci to i-- ameuag W. A. Finley went to Brewtea Sun- RC TSOe1th-1"tth o n Tor ua..
W.va_ A. uinal. McKinaoeville, Pla.. Sept. 26.-Miss day, returning on Monday. ei. s rf ep. t he ve e e-pat A rlrtl g n betwe eg g a nSc aa C
a RWasnwileo. Br sa, Comdy. Kathleea McKtanon had the miJor. Jef LUndsey, of Brewton, was a visit- F. A. M, ritt Moreno and Ed. L. Anderson, under -
iTS, e'lm to J. A. Merritt & Co. tune to fall and badly sprain her arm or here Sunday. .. tJar Ca AIno %e *f- Pem- the firm name of Pensacola Offime Equip-
AnL, Aust s. tRedrvich, 1304, Gal- one day last week. It is better now. G. S. Walker haid Brewtot a hasl- y Octe aA. at oe by r mTheutual cons de e.dThc e|te b u iMnes
vMt'Oe Gulft Transit Co. Mr. A. 1 Waters. of Muscogee, ness visit last Monday.. O'Clock. Visiting brothers are w'ill -on-inue under the skme finrm name


V a. Br as. Goodwin, 2253, Belise visited here Wednesda-. The brick building betng par up y fratermally invited. Ed. L. Anderson bOng the sjle prprietor;
to Trasit C. Rev. .0. B. Barrow of Pine Barren, W. A. Finley is about completed. Mr. T. H. PFLECTWOO, Mr. Moreno having retired trom tihe firm. .
r., AI O ary, 1851, New held several days eetin he re las Finley will- put in a complete e of k W.. All accounts due by the irm ill be p d
u1. me, 'ra,1851 N ew hldseverdays'Meetinghere laa fniure. e Z ocretary. b Iy Ed. L. Anderson and all money dlue
Toft to order. week. hardware and furniture. Goods are the ftrm is to be paid to him. This 28th J.- RE] D. w
Neitsoer .Br as. Taylor, 229S, Gi- Mr. George Lynch, of anon, was arriving daily. VIRdy of September i h. PrT18dJt0 Vie.-Pi-Mea Cashier. A.
brar to Pesacola Lumber Co. her- one day last week. C. H. Smith made a business trip to VOLI6A Ro VETERAN FIREMEN SCARRiTT MORENO,
.J. s1., Sr s. Ilsk. 303. Monte Mr. and Mrs. Williams. of near bllle last Thursday returninglFrida. VolunteerVeteranFiremen'sAssocia- octloaww w.. Th P N
vimto Jue. A. Merritt & Co. Enon. weo business callers here one Rev.. G. W. Lovell, of Caloeberry, lions meets at Knights of Columbust in-,Si outy Cir ut Court. stateP Il
lpetrd. Br W. Wood. 255. Mar- day last week. filled his regular appointment at the a e first Friday in each month.amia county it courtstate
Mto Keywer-Muldon Co. Miss Mattie Crabtree and little Baptist church Sunday. From here be J .N. ANDREWS. Wade rvinrg-lu for Divoree. O n oson-
e, Br s.w Harracks. 40i;G. niece, Bernice. of Pleasant Grove were goes to Pensacola to hold a series of AB DANIELS, PresidentL day, the 7th day of be.-nmber, A. 1i. 19. eCHSaCO12
Lbslri11). to Jae. A. Merritt & Co. visitors *ere one day last week meetings for several days. o r-the defendant,. Wade Erving, is required
o MerrC.H.Edtt wards maCo.de a yiors oe y lst week. trp to to appear to te bill filed agant him
U ..edaraea gtpt#herein. This order to be published orce CAPITAL 16r. SURPLUS AND UNDIED PROhI1
. ,-- Mobile Sunday returning on t late DAUGHTERS OF REsEKAH. each week for eight (4) consecutive weeks
train Sunday night. Naom No. s. Daughters Of in The Pensancoa Journal. a newspaper DIRECTORS
W. A. Turk spent aevermi days is Rebekah e men. nit at ithn sad Eacamb a County- A J. J.

.i W ;" B A D .B L 0 0 D W. T. Mayo -was a biminees visitor 'LV DARLI.N"tTON, ______d. Pe .otToawsw]... G I AshiSid i Trs-ago r A-Aw *iels lstj I
pDe please re.e 2,I,~-N O,1. N. C".ot-we. 1Ast,0hw
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Sto Brewtona on Monday. Ssts e aes-- Awle.
it6d i a y owas anfectio of- eby the virus of h JnoS. Watktas, Mobie emectw PenmCola, St. AnadrWS and
atri1 &h'ne Co., is in Pollard day N the GuStea ai Co. EDUCATIONAL.
eoqy, owdUen glands i the groin, falling hair, sores n,*t Cin egW"ag te BtIesh STEAM9 ERTARPON X
el nTcl sympte.afie a0lmoa affecting all ptf t 1e pody, show bow A. Mc n wsnt temnshp 0r. wil be W. 0. BARROW. Master.
nndmph* h T'c-ac..A. rnaMcLellan wet to rw wn si bl. debts contract- FIRSTe PsE
Sio5deainathesstemthedi.. il bO Tuesday on a visit to his rer. ,-. ed W bsOCw aI. UNIETY O .TATE OF STATE OOUMI
Y,*io in lbS 7ut523 No35 `1m c cR. McLellan. Mr. MelAdlais I rilht captaiL FeassCre A
On eh rc qgc*staimbe i. No muedia20can onkaurte writngxu h"h2 P91AAZOLA. U4OBILE, APALACHICO. -LORIDA T-s
a i t ii of every le sick at this writi A CA ATA Tm LA. CARRAELLE,. **
he They _spoad certainn ; it SmoeI dow, 'to very Ibotto of the oM Lindeye. it. D. Fintoy aAd P. nd. al l? EWSL'a S LaL L Cs; A high gria igtasrr B osg JayagtC, a- WN
SwTes a. ae of the Ii aS iche CR and Aa. a. r. a
fever tim -Tuesday. Theyweatupo s Mr.LIMA- Nstber u ie a._c S -DULE* logam address, Per d .....


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4.....4 3 .S42- Americ eague is reflected in the Carlisle vs. Pennsylvania State at l
*****"**14 41 -6 .33 slumph batting by the heavy hitters. Wilkes-Barre,iWeet Polat vs. Tutta at. 1c O
S^ ATIOUAL *0ATUe. Tral Speater, the former ettle Rack west Point, AnnapalLs vs. Rutgers aX t .
**** cak ar leage pters a hown setts Ages at Hamver. Brown v.
B...-. .'..'.*..S a '. 8y- kas verse or .ten 16 ee. Colgate at Providence, Williamla s. \
S... ......S A n .a~ There hae slght slamp In Middlesbury at WIUlamstown. Andover
"..:,1i .......... " Me 5 p the itteaa, ha n owed the .
*4 a9 are above, te JO mark, but not *eVq
t ......... 1 s # a mTch as they were twp weeks ago. ao Il m. n -SM rNTS.a t i,
From the 1iope"' shown by the aver- O i,1^ \
-. age they hae all sempe to the I. -c te-dn t
.....L Ism Sooa t a slfet5v .i two Brewter's Millions" la e night.
wephe. Cria4r St. lAets, who has "Brewster's MUilleos," a production edV-- o a S
:+, --.-SwI l._ e_ lk _l I o. anT 7 of exceptional merit, dramiwsm- from .LsJI
weas, a81o5 fallen iR in his bat. George Barr MeCutcheonu i famous 9 prf0\
0 f 9 3 a 33 Cobb me novel by Winchel mith ad syo O
, +:wee-s ag s- as..I Ld t.s oweek ,t the opera house last nlght.- g\C -
.. ... who. is nle points less than The play Is billed as a comedy. and ,-
NATIONL Lit was last year at this time. Craw- it is. without a shadow of a doubt- 0
^6 -'c m w uir lagdetd with figures of .315 clean, sparkling and upatoate. How- n
Spl ad ow has .308 while ever, in one or two acta, particularly
....- S" I.-'--- --a"re & o sly i.. ThompI, ai- sentUment. which lends to it an air of ve W- -
.a.. S. Bowdet 0. w a w t i tf' .p in obatine the melodrama. .-
... -. 4 with .1.t .thog.i he is not As a scenic production, it s par ex- ''
.. ... a aI#4u wsarly, having taken eellence. In the third act is depleted -..
mu bove3 rae p to the p os the deck of the stea yacht "Flitter"
4 "; Crisp of St. IUIS Igh Cobb at anchor. Eventually the order Is 4
i ibeca-be he dopped from .40 given "get under sal," the anchor is
to Is the last two week. Though hoisted and the ship slowly teams
*',^t,,',,^r... ,t_.h pi]d wq'a0 _s Msuer little De out of the harbor, headed seaward,
*sp begq *iNppaBg behind. The saore with its lighted buildings, ** *- -
teleesh, who s doins selor- slowly recede, the waves ran higher, ___
lagi 1y tairat team in its fght for thunder is heard, lightning flashes and
a ge t ba of*@ the American the yacht is sailing at fll speed on,
tnB .. .ey p on the Naps in the mighty deep. In the tfa o a bad A FEW OF PENSACOLA'S ELECTRIC SIGNS.
-~~ag leSuie*,- a- percentage of storm. So faithfuly is thja scene
t 2aees. Manager Lajole *s carried out that one can almost feel
Sto his mayk at last season ,but the sensation of being aboard a storm-!
lehntthis batter ilghtnow than he ha tossed ship. The rudder of the "Fit-
iB e a' _otr titee ths1 summer, and his oter" retues to work and the ship is f
S. -.3 is steadly iincsreas- helpless. All preparations are ma oo de
R nd as'a Cobb Jumts p te fd signaling a patak piBer--otne
I I~t. Spea t S the preceding one. emergency gun is fred, .he distress
ILr-'fat Basema Sto val of Cleveland Is signal run up, the engines reverspm, "
keepiag close to his manager with and slowly the yacht comt s to a d.eed -
s a. ... MS Lola I Pis s 6 il i oe stop, Just as the lInr, fully lighted,n
it amthe y- ea. .. at.his tim m CUra-ktoee as ind the h fas The-
A1 V- th1e ges.with f I as b f -3g was fully appreciated by those pre H-
'h, e ive-2na"-nowhs3s we e osor all play- enL
a. oil a- ths Clubm- ,a. Ao .Jh.a e thiand far above e e t average. To
T/iml T-e aj-. Ls ..d ........1en. 7 1" .ar praise any particular member more
Theanas. Detroit.......3 Too s 3&-entm than another would be a Injusticer
S lI L Delea7ty. Wash. ... w 279 f1 39 .319 All are very fine. However, particu-
GX^-eu4. :....12 425he 122 nt3e lar mention must be given the fol how-
SCrawor. Detrolt .....1 9S 9J 15 .t307 Ing, as their work, diaclt in the ex-!
S.- olt .....124 4 41 141 .t30 tree, shone out for the fact that l ,they
Ihos al-i-Bw .127,a: ,::, 13 0hat most to do Rober Ober. as
he ~ a ... 7 41 12 Monty" Brewster, was very clevera-
-.. _. |T0 ... ....... l 1 17 14 a31 .2e Mr. Ober is a light co tedladm of abil-
tO St. Lo is ......13 54I l4 158 .2I Ity, who looks well and acta better.
0 a e, f sua .15 274 2 50 27 He does not overdo his part and is
M 9re Detrit .....1 8 51a 9r 148 .87 natriral from first to last J oune Matglh'
,/oC Usetop ....125 449 67 129 .287 as "Peggy" was very "sweet. S~hia v
tu- W koflast .1 as7 4 40 13 .8t very young in appearance ( s wholly
TB I I, UA BI -gw......8.. 312 14 66 4 84 p
Stva Cleveasd .127 487 m1 1 as 2hs gierlsh. Her emotrkmal wad tae s coS-
,4 W IsPh ladelphla s sls 2I as .. h mendable. As "Mrs. Dan," MI-s Char-
Si l p c ..12e 47i 45g 13o .277 lotte Lambert was decidedly h good, to
i~,1 6 St .......o v 5l say 1e nothing of her being versat. esAs Ad aOsAng', c t A -
r 1 w1-X ........ ^r h 74m a7 31 7 27 As a chaperq e, "good filow" or NT AND
*My stPblbla .... 30 s 1s 27 .sd3 motherly friend, she was perfection. VER Ais GROUND IN PNACO.A.
D. tr.e g ..... .121 12 s .23 every m ber of the ast V ILLSUPPIES AND INSTALLS ELECTRIC O FREE OF ANY CHA RGE,
he "U, L s.... 91 dd muc to make the evel eUONTHS' CONTRACTS COVERING MINIMUM GUMRANTEE AS TO THE
Amieae, CQah .....i11s 3ar 3 93 .26 joyable one, and while it is tru they AM
1_bo ,t _.......ll 415 5s 107 .278 l-g his million a they did prevent the ER
m ,I a.....0 374 257 udene from spend a dull n s PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY.
(.Aub-. L ....... 111 41 As0 105 .2a5 -drov pe avra MAKERS O.F LIGHT AND POWER.
:-... :m:::et, DS:......1. 0 373 U .5 dl Lion- --v AIN oFIcEs I AND i WEST GARDEN STREET. TELEPHONE 106.
,I e Snad Wa s~nt lt......... 13 5 127. It would seem that the assoelation
luresolmes a well As- la th alit allace. St. Leuis. 4 u s 1 1 with the part of the money mroum in
less. sch.tDetroit ....... 3 9ti s loo 13 "The Lion and the Mouse" ass given
See theam bellire e. .et yel ...1for..1 Pa Everton, wmu hs pgayev the part
all o two years, and who will appear i crowd.i get larger, wlIch in itself
S. When your the part of John eBurkett tRyder ia the shows that this place of amusement
T...1412 ood fomenots Henry B. Harris proasctor of the has certainly got a real vaudeville
E7..--IEUI":bU tea of di- Klein drama at the opera house on show on this week "The Flshers," I
STO ., w rn~~8.. .tn ry a Saturdy, October 3. matinee a. in their contortion act, have created a
S. .I .1 ntr a ht, as shrewd a busoess nasight as sen-ation in this rity, from the tact
t course that possessed by tdhe man he portrays that it has merit to It. Baby Fisher
B"the' II t11e" s The fact has become known to Ever- Is without a doubt a boneless wonder
g I fow os rdden bank scare Ia New York Vty, cal meat market is another feae~
Was .he took occasion to sei4e much of the and never faila to win great applauseHDA
'attric Juices, stock that was hurriedly thrown pon during their act they Introduce some
S ,hus aiding the market, in consequence, at a de- clever singing which Is worth listen-
..gestion and cidedly low figur e. He used the ut- ing to. The Kenndayis are also a VI 1sO n
... .i sre n most precaution as to Just what c,- clever black face singing act, Mr.r
reaetin tifcates be purchased, and e has Kennedy especially, as he has a very A cent shw for
1 eartburm, ready realized the fruit frook some oI strong voice and knows how to handle
mV a dige7i on, his holdings. All of thn1 .ohe stock bought It Another big feature is the orches-
.... ou, Risings, is said to have now peased "go ower tra, which conslats of five pieces, un- 5 EN TO .
,. "st2.e theprice pad for ,It, sad the John B. der the direction of Prof. Joe INevy.
kett Ryder of the stage is walkloag Part of the orchestra is composed of New pictures daily.L
Sddering on delight that he has made dered by this orchestra quite a Doors op fro 2 to 10 p. n.
11 .CO the acqualtance of Paul verton. treat and caused conalderable talk attractive amuse nt for ladi and children 1:
from the fact that th Pensaola pub-11:
has returned to the atty and resumed Orpheum Theatre This Week* lic have never had a treat like this
.. Re.t r 0gular pract Ue1. O2.ce in themt tiothem O orms ad evd y nhtthe o them by any -of the local ..
olLo.. H r :30 to 12, and 3 to it is worth three Umes the ad Iso re lum olatento tracon. a i
O be -Ihs mana" say that this is onl a ....... t -- .......
sto-on-aswonAs-in soft10463 2 toted 7 bkets of water, was dog bit atur y, O"


Seek. Next week they have booked ou:t
Sehe famous Johtson. the worlds great- 3 barrels of flor.n 5.o Mat t 3bap .ffu.
ie main stret l s, dlxek lights, dsthe famous Johnson the world's great. els of meal. 150 pounds of bacon. HNY HARRIS 11:
A an etatet sharp shooter and Miss Johnson 36 po s of butter.12 dozen eggs, 3
7 NO CT OO I~e~LAkv G. New Meat Market Opened IteIssaiy. dos ha dos WOerf ul voi. 36 pod, of butter, 12 dozen egg s, ibts 1 r the ..-
A y NO rCT TOO LARGE. Nw Mt Trkt pe ry. wot aldhs wderful voc. umbrellas, 14 lead pencils. 1 Bible. 1 The Gratt Trimp of the Century.
-..ThereIs also Keller the human mock. coat. 5 paper collars, none of whi r
0. A. W- VIC NO CONTRr CT TOO SMALL The P m appreciate goes 29 bird who is. a whistler of little coavt. e pb er eoars, none of w
W.2Th Sfts PEAK, r vc. fro the *t- i'ri"L ...... ....... """
Qrps n Theatre e E W .aWPEAKE, recomingin.Chaim ata eito haved my orpo unet a tabulat liar T H LIt td
11 WPnt Tetens4adia6St.5.us, .M. 910 E--doctor's bi!l $10. Had 5 arguments
11 West T nicia St and 9. for partcuar trade. 100 HEAD with my wife-result: 1 flower vase AND
------- ....... H. Bs WLSO extra well broken horses and smashed. 1 broom handle broken, one
C-r. DHvBi.er and aeanmeg.a s. miles for sale. W. R. Tay- shirt bosm ruined. 2 handfuls of wH E i-U S
--mules for sale. W.. Tay x dish of hash knocked on the table, 1 ^ Lr TL' M OUSET T ?
r. o., DV ier am I na lot & Co., 909 E. Garden St. kers pulled out. 10 cenuw worth of T
sticking plaster bought besides spend- y K
T Comin^ A C t's Acount. in&$Ig $179.12 on the campaign. Author of "TrI. Musc Mater."
se H heads ear Stetson Comin to A Candidate'sAccount. 4 otes my father and two ev Ct sa tanard.
SVanity of Vte-More Lar to the brothers) and have come to the conclu- Enre New tae tt .
Hats Orpheum Theavre Ngxt **.,'rCo tA Sa^ sad |
H ats rpheum Va"ity Vanltn eting L Cars sion that th.'r' arca more liars to the Pricoi, S -1 e and S0c.
Tst Squ&re Inch During a Campaign square inch during the campaign than Seet e o m ura atS a. i.
Wis iated by the large Below Is given the expense account PIERROT RUCHE OF NET.
T" o et we amtontd by the i- Week. ft a West Te xas, candidate. who s O NET. J A Pett O & Co. w
SS+ FtOtousa We are aytt5g On the d wads Of di- hewill n1evr be a candidate again. The Pierrot ruche made of net Having ure r U. S. g
tintg n in Peanacla. Stiffs and softs in all sha oote ak. H iesa theway he puts It down: and trimmed with a gariand of smaunll* aS.a f h-
S i L I.w shapes, $3.50. Other big sets to be ann cel In 1.340 rs nkg about roses oms harming accessory for tme""d" oM
Sunday Journal, election; 5 acres cotton: 23 acres of evening wear, and a touca that gives t? & IU
-eor; a whole sweet pota0. patptc: 5 chic to a decollete costume Is a dog un extent the law
STe Orphe m "ots and I beef given to barbecue; collar of velvet embroidered to match A- .T-'
SPal Orhumn ea 2 frHot teeth and a considerable quan- the trimming of the gown. P
iuofut hair In a personal skirmish. aA te s
A O Hand Gvt "The playhue am the comer- Gave 79 plugs to o. 2 pairs of ISN'T THIS ROUGH?T
SCASH CLOTHIER Sreets is the refined place for ladies and chil- suspenders. 4 qmloo reses, 7 dolls Ella-A poet wrote a sonnet on my tied Up -i r
2O 7 T Peasmoela, niida. Plhes. 476 drer to visit every day at 4 p. m. for a 3 baby raters. face the other day sal c a at The -
the matinee. Good music, a clea all Told 2.389 Ms, shook bands 42569 Stella-Did he write it on the lines? e
refined show. AdmniinA1 10 1 S a.A times, talked g to have made ia -From the October Behemia n. l C


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