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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 2, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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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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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: VID01203
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY ,IORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1908.


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until Novem
KIDNAPPERS IN NEW YORK both sides tc
Every
IB*.^ ,."_MI>II Was Kept in Hut on East states go f
XCAG ANi IKS : 200,000 TO Side, Clothed in Rags and complish tlh
ESIENT IDRAW FOR LANDS: Half Starved, For Six agers must
S- INDIAN LANDS Weeks-Man and Woman Sout*
Fi Por Each y Ar.c-- Tpr Under Arrest for Crime. home,.and_
S"- ^..--^. Btsmark. 8. D.. Oct. I.-Two to the party
._. and NU.~M er hundred thousand persons are The mrel
& M1 expected to register for the By Aerested Pre.T he money
drawik for the Rosebud New York, Oct. 1.-A horrible story of good
lrose agency of Indian lands. Three o mistreatment after she had been
G_ thrown open on Octod berwS" Wl spirited away from her home in Ja-
Seay. : rThrongs of pioneers are along nmaica, L. I., was told by sixteen-year-
I lllMllJ the borders. old Lena Thorne, when she was rea- *
-* cued today by policemen from a filthy P. McDon
S....**...* ..**...*****..*** hovel in the east side of New York. D.D. 3Mils,
tA 4SS. t b thirty-fourth where she declares she had been held P. W. M&jttp
a prisoner for six weeks. E. P. E frvlnT
[BS#2S -f ,-_--,- Rayleld Susso, who occupied the W.H. Brett,
U a e a sa ed IlL I UL ||[ |house where the girl was fou4d, and A. G. Armst
SChMieago, as |T IS IIIUUI1U girl with having aided in keeping her
.Hi,,,, E'* l, P of a prisoner, were arrested. Susso is -,
vise--residetm charged with abduction, criminal as- T6otl4b
lst paideat.. TON UIII IIUsault, keeping disorderly house, and .
Swisn. a- I nil -n nlnresisting an fier.
I eis -*e e nt&- grossly abtrsed during her pvityU
-t-'- --- and says she was dressed in rags; E L
'were_ I. nam edI frequently beaten and not given sut-
Its_.el ^ If siquare- tn ficient food and was constantly threat-
tbothmNgua-K I: L nened with death if she sought to e- FIVE 4
tnd postal say- I 115IFIVEcape.
liely di session ______- The girl wa3 kidnapped while gath-
e! _rt fe d t.eral ering flowers six wee -z aTnd
deBSiapos an Calls Sonie Person Umiyaiuedwseuths have since been wki on Y U Ul
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IOCRATS Of SOUTH:

anpaign for President of the United *
entered its last month, and from now
fiber 3, every effort will be put forth by
o carry the doubtful states.
i*erest of the South demands that these
rSBryan and Kern. But, in order to ac-
i-, end, the democratic campaign man- .
-We money, and that AT ONCE.
democrats need no campaign fund at
are expected to give all possible aid j
u those states where work is needed. :
1be spent honestly and in the interest
Pment. -
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{EN DEAD

INJURED IN

VN, 0., FIRE(


however. -OUrmary. Cheap Com- ers when the door of the hu; was
the* burst open, and one of them *gmpted I
e meant onLiar." to k n, the d one gi of te girl. mptd Entire Ruilding Gutted by,
re d- TWO DN Blaze, Which Started in
SHE WHO LTWES Oilll/ II P HOUSE B Ten-Cent Store, But the!
T TO HEA R i
STORY IS FOOL 1. Financial Loss Was Very
...nd.-Two twe S

;irII my aI h sad most of Youngstown, 0.. Oct. 1-I-F-ive -we-
Hundreds Stand in Cold in the dnsr redam- men are in hospitals and three more
-*. lqjlw ab MIno' 4 aged by the shock and the in the ruins of Knox's fve and ten
'? i i Be M. Ch11ao to _Get Tickets 0 fire which followed. It fea &
SQu S d Be MS Cicago to Get Tickets ed that other holes are in the cent store. where a fire tonight gutted
SOf Oklafoma dtaohr dia re i#-n t ruins. the structure. The building, three
represented Beveridge For Ttanquet on Oc- stories high, was wrecked. The flames
S .. Hm IS A o n W to started in the basement, it is said. and
i* Him In AlSO i WCl., tober 7 *s oon spread. The upper floors were
.tI occupied by offices and a school.
ST r The firemen battled with the fire
Or V bf II I rAp ela PVn from the roof and the third floor.
S, Table Rock. Mek., Oct. 1.-Judge Amocated Pr i when suddenly the whole Interior oi
'r" ft used tl owing strg la- Chicago, Oct. 1.-Three hundred men t he structure gave way, carrying eight
g ge here in his labor speech today: and boys shivered In the chill wind Bremen to the first floor and basement.
i ." th I. OI ., Oct.. 1-Governor -- I -1 has *vOd himself to the daylight today at the Great Northern I lll r l the work of extricatinthe imprisoned
business of ruoa. a. v -- round Uthe c un- a y a e r III LII men. Piv we taken out alive, but
.- yesterday e pnube a anp- sa- d aa payi the theater waiting for an opportunity to I I .I more or less seriously injured.
,.,t tlm r, '. ,"I vA Tex ae credentials- issued td mere-
-, to th people o Oklaoma for laborag i dollar a day, and that change crntils, ed I UUIIL The fire was under control at 11
Mo n to 414hlm In ni Ih aMveamald that Is ough. bers of the Chicago. Association of o'clock, with an estimated loss ot
,...Z ha e a. a te wa a = 3 o ,the ams ,atanal Commerce for tickets to the banquet $,o
S dol wie he dbecadsew are the - tofur M and-wepay r. tem planned for the evening of October 7,
S* O~sme s ft the people. Goverr HAS- ie tre M a motL. when William H. Taft. republican can- Rear End Collision Occurs
3 olB' appeal ays: As I aIgre that oat, it makes a iMt- didate for the presidency, and WIlliam
s *"A I o Ct te mere tha- eose s'-a ddeti m.o By t a, hsl. "oe "n wil d On Ohio Central With
-ly enough f or the expense of my mark is, a liar aa the man who be- the assoc on. ny in the line h"ad Fatal Results. QU.
1 11--1Melt. I am giving my liesh him is a A L Why under kept their places through the night
eatS.. to the elhe of Albw. TB heaves I sheow t measat u- and looked weary and haggard with -_ _
a I esa m ahe the fight agaist derstand. or in CaM ot0twe or the long v igil.
a* tim-s InteM-- &sW a win vith :b r whet1-08011 Because of the demand for seats at By Asciate td Press.
S..p.f..t-le I -ple.I .not. y m.t the banquet, the association sued Columbus, 0.. OCL 1.-It is reported | IIl VU
t.te t oral. tat also reme ta a- ua B V i N _credentialcards to each member. here that six persons were killed and _____
S e. asl_ Oft oa the people of Okla- which in the order of the receipt when ten hurt in a wreck on the Ohio Cen-
bw wp -atg, paper, labor toir NOMC [TH DAKOTA the doors were opened today were ex- t-hurtina wevaon No Lioger
1 o e tauInchanged for numbered tickets nu, trail lines, at Sugar Ridge, near Bowl- Port of Havana No Longer
e rre wheIhav themsa- t Valy AMM res v the holder to his choice of a seat at Ing Green, Ohio, tonight. A freight, ...
Sam.i.s li-a t myt- oerVal- V yto e ClIrtY -. Oct, 1.-0ea. the banquet. train ran into the rear end of an ex- Under Ban, But Santi-
I a n fi r f o tr Albert J Bveule of Indiana,
4 against t.gr.t r tonight was ordeiy w limes at a cumsion train standing on the main
|il S merrmh oracI sk stawda Itos ago Still a Sufferer.
w ll =--eas-ta r frte saeeatl has"re1 towIs& and farm-- person in the rear car of the excur- -
11 will be a start f e or on his arrival *00 the East. sion train was killed. Six bodies, it
so -1 aS i t* t ,itsitU anda daring Mis aenehs s in the Audi- flhU In3lDu *di is said, can be seen in the wreckage. By Associated -ess.
I a I re der "b tinrinm on the tariff. He defended the 11i l U No details are available at the Ohio Washington. Oct. 1.-Riecent reports
i a tey dU of the rep canparty. Central offices here. having failed to indicate the presence
of yellow fever in Havana. Cuba, the
SOOV. HUGHReS OPm sICHILDREN INO.CULATED IN public health and marine hospital ser-
SNEW ,YORK CAMPAIGN iL INTEREST OF SCIENCE vice today removed, the quarantine
M E Sk Aowfr*W latees.-.. Special toll~ --- J which was established against that
SNew Y Oc address peIl t The city a few weeks ago. Th- .quarantine
9MM J l- w byGovernorHughe the sous at Washington. Oct. .-Ten little against the province of Sintiago still
mp Taft I 126th street was com- Father Cuts Off Son of For- patients of the Children's Hospital remains intact.
SLn cedl thT eve lng. Tomorrow were inoculated with deadly germs of
m i I l shaHnw m 'be the mer Wife In His Will human and bovine tuberculoss n th ADVANCE SHIPS
Rigt 'p l esmlie r.L RepwllcIan earn- interest of science and human yes-A . ..
I I paig p meet ings w i be eiW every terday. The experiment is being e- ARE REPORTED
Ip- ni nget at s C ap f ^ u Unless He Does This. ly watched by delegates to the er-RTED
-g .l -- ee c. The fcrmpw comnsts of s national Congress of Tu erculosis. The IR As ^casted Pre
S. *u e.* tig.r t Te meetinrapl ----- oe children were already affected with Gibralter, Oct. 1.-The American
in cin Will Be Held in Bir- r the aus ee oTf te republican Secil to Th Journal. incipient tuberculosis and the doctors battleships Alabama and Maine ar-
m Tr county and district Committee. Chicao, Oct. .-L. D. Carter, soB say the experiments are not inhuman, rived here thi. morning from Naples,
C n To-MorroW ty KY ELKte of the late Leslie Carter, has been cut although a storm of criticism was The ships are prceding the main fleet
STo Form State As Owensboro. Ky.. Oct. 1.-Per the. off without a penny hi father's by te experiment, under Admiral Sperry.
purpose of effeettNg a permanent or- will beouse he left his father's home
ation. o of te k lodges i Ken- without apparent reas T w BI AN A RGES CA M PAI GN
Cato.n. tucky deoeate teire nting te Best provides that should he throw off the S A C A GS C M A
People on Earth I every section of influences of his actress mother the
S.----- the state coavd er today. testator is willing for the t and CONTRIBUTION ARE USED
S-. : y Ancitted Pr ess uncle dof the young man to share wit CT I UT IO AR U
~ a Ma Ala.. Oct. 1.---n r- him as the father would gladly have
..."ranaK *"- The will imposes of a fortune va' TO MORTGAGE OFFICIALS
1 h )I.....1 Bryalt Kern 4 PAPER OIVIDOEND-S at$15,0.
mamte 1s.flrglh NathanL La.Strm u Is I W *"t._
7d* dM tip bama member. of : 4, 0. Will Make Ceontest. By Asociated Pres. same charge the president does-the
e Issued a call for y Al sseiated y Aeciated Pre ULcla, No b. Oct. 1.-Declaring astounding charge that the voters are
i -t f the business men of New Yesk. Oct. L.-There New York, Oct. l.-IeeBsl Dudley that every disinterested voter kuows 9 liable to be misled that the know-
lwhi si nget in Birminham.Octo- 4 was a further t Iut tthe d-lvl Carter, son of the actress, Mr. Leslie that large contributions have been ledge (as to amounts sad sources of
go a Bryan and Kern Aseo- dead of the prepared stock of, Carter Payne, who makes bis & ome used to secure mortgages upon off- campaign contributions) must be kept
to aow it Ia the ampa',a in t* e Intenatilsal pe Com- 4 with his mother and stepfather at clas. William J. Bryan t ht ised from them."
SJ. W. Kern,. demo- pay today w te direct- Tarrytown, announced today taat he at Fairview a statement crittAig the The democratic nominee adds: "l
klJjJU tor vice presidentt, an4 ors declare1 oMtU qf 1 per will contest the will of his ate ad option by William H. Taft his re- insist that this is an Insult to the i-
S. Jg sn. e chairman of or- cent. The dtvideU Maf m July Leslie Carter .of Chicago. ho died pubean opposnet, of Psidest Reese teffl eace of the voters, and it does
et,6gttee of the demln- 4. was 1 per east. last Friday and whose will, Sled yee- velt's announced view em the subject little credit to .Taft's Judgment of the
-s r, nat e~~m mtte*. have been '* terday. cuts his so'- off without a of publicity of campaign contributions. men to whom he is making his al
r.u yue m l e e ctih. e 9 ** * ****** 44 0 penny. -iann" says Bryan. -makes e peals."


CITY AND COUNTY PUBLIC


SCHOOLS BEGIN NEW TERM


NAVL STORES


MEN COMING


HEREMONDAY

Will Organize the Naval
Stores Marketing
Company.

Four of Those Prominent in
Proposed Coupcany Will
Meet With Those This
Section Who Alf Inter-


ested in the Movement.
A meeting, which Is of vast Impor-
tance to all Florida, is to be held Mon-
day in the parlors of the EAcambia
hotel in this city. It will be a joint
meeting of those Interested In the
naval stores industry, a committee
representing those interested in the
organization of the Naval Stores Mar-
keting Company, and citizens in this
section who are desirlous of taking
stock in the proposed company. Those
from Jacksonville who will be in at-
tendance are C. B. Rogers, Gee. 1..
Drew, W.P.P. Corbett and J G Boyd,
the latter president of the Turpentine
(Operators' Association.
I This committee has visited a num-
ber of prominent cities in other sec-
tions of Florida and have met with
great success, not only the factors and
operators taking stock in the com-
ipany, but large numbers of prominent
business nen w"ho see that unless
something of this character i do
[the naval stores Industry In Florida
swill be ruined. At present the prod-
uct is being marketed almost below
'the cost of production, and this is
I due, it is claimed, to the market being
manipulated by those in control of the
situation
By the organization of the Naval
Stores Marketing Co.. this eftuatlo
value. To do this it has ssi ow
necessary to enlist tae co-oqeqWVS
sad assistance of not only the turvW-
tine Interests, but also of all cb-H
of citizens, and for this reason the
latter have been intended an Invita-
tion to be present Monday'
Operators and factors from *all over
West Florida and Southern Alabata
are expected to be present at the
meeting in Pensacola.


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TERRIBLY FROM

CHOLERA CURSE


Says There's No Occasiou
For Brains in Our Society,
and That Women of
Wealth Are Selfish and
Piggs and Care Only
For Dinners and Automi-
biles.


Statistics Show Awful In-
roads of the Disease, Oica cL-A dte to the
Which Is Raging. Tribune from St. Luim, lMN.,'fay
_____ Etel Barrymore, the- actress whose
By Asaocite Pres. entree into the best of Amerlea and
St. Petersburg, Oct. 1.-For the English society is unquestioned, made
twenty-foar hours ending at noon to- the astoenahiug declaration in and in-
day, 233 new cases and 93 deaths fro terview yesterday that the most use-
cholera have been reported by the *a less, brainless and parposele" aOmer
thorities of the municipal hospital. of beings In the world eoatitiUteotI
For the previous twenty-four hours elite society of America. Se *e ss-
the statistics were 222 cases ad 99 ed the opinion ttat the romslter-
deaths. One hundred and twenty-even national marriage with American so-
recoveries were reported today. as city girls have proven a failure Is
compared with 137 for the twenty-our became the brides have S t eoagh
hours ending at noon yesterday. The Bmentality an cMulture to interest the
totals since the beginning of the epi- foreign noblbemgs or to meeot the reo
demin are 5,s55 cases._ quirementa of the situation they and
There has been published an O eiu there.
report of the outbreak of the cholera "Tbere'W no oooasion for brains In
at the Pavolovosk MilUary Acadeif our society, at least not in stat ia
This shows that the disease originated New York which I have seen, and
in the academy kitchen, where a cook consequently girls don't prepare thea.
who was suffering from lacipiest Chol selves or cultivate their capacity. If
era prepared the food of the cadets you can join gracefully into the tIan-
for several days The cook contract- Itles of an ordinary dinner table you U
ed the disease in the cholera hoW4tal, pas muster, but if you should happe
where he was sent on a mistaken to touch on anything that the real
diagnosis. When the physicians dis- men of our country are doing-the
covered their error the cook *a "s- men who are accomplishing things-
charged and allowed to return to duty. i". 9 you should venture into an 1i
This gross carelessness resulted Ina tellectual discussion of political to
fifty-eight cadets coming down with sunes or problems or of books or any
the disease., tive of these cases were of the various multiple interests. which
fatal. might appear to one of any mental ca
pecity you would be shia"ed a a
frighttfl bo 1
000*** 0 *0* 400' "The womenet wealth are merely
Selfish and piggish ad are uttcrI
S* EW HAMPSHIRE 4 .ontet with comuortableo Ulv V W.
* MILLS RIESUME terms, a good dinner. a nttle porrldo s
msy Amciated .Prs, bird, a rapid aute**MNl or two. They
Nashua. N. H.. Oct. L.-No a empty shells ad3 perfectly
* tices were posted today at the 4 tnglem ad meless to ow ue, nsj."
* Nashua and Jackson cotton Miat _-ybor ateed- to a"
* mills announcing a rdsumptis that In de1teriag bat A Amwea we
* of work on full tine, beginning men are mt tBteUDeetuSy e' oet
* monday, Oct. 5. About 4,000 for WsmenW's wveM, she did "a t,
* operatives are affected. fer to the great il O el.-tfh
* working people or se o semspAMua
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Ideal Weather amiisad Ex
ceptionally Large At-
tendance.

WHITE SCHOOLS OF
CITY ENROLL 140(

This is the Record For the
Opening Day-School No
1 Had An Attendance oi
485-The FariuiuW s of the
Various Schools in the

With a total enrollment of 1.400 ot
whic2a 48 is represented at school No.
1. and 915 being the graded school
percentage, the Pensacola city schools
opened yesterday wita one of the
heaviest enrollment which bas ever
been recorded. Everything was in
readiness yesterday morning for the
real beginning of the local school
year. plans of which iad-already been
mapped out by prominent Pensacola
school men. There will be a few
changes In the system this year, a
fact which has served to simplify to
a great extent tae task of systematiz-
ing the regular routine of work which
It to be followed during the next
eight months. Very few changes In
the corps of teachers who were Iden-
tilfed wita last year's successes will
occur, a fact which ts also Indicative
toward picking up the general routine
of last season where it was nterrupt-
ed by the summer vacation, aa fol-
lowing the upward trend toward a
perfect development of the lecal
school system.
Weather .Is Ideal.
On account of ne deal condition
of the weather which prevailed yes-
terday it iC the opinion of Supt. N.
B. Cook, that the enrollment in the
county school will also be exeeption-
ally large, atough. of course. It will
.be Impossible to tell exactly to what
psopiilou tie total enrollment ot
the Eeambia county schoela ha
swelled untll the monthly report, so
the teaers are received on t(a "r
of Ne ber. However, matters h

Z 1A work anticipate a
suocafuul and valuable year as t.
asult. -
SUp umtI late last night. there had
been no returns as to eiron ent i
the various colored schools eofAthe ty,
the above numbers representing gall
the thite school.
(Cntl-ued on Page Two.)


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ro eMCAAn of the peo-
pie, se both tWe DAILY
and the WEEKLY JOUR-
NAL.


ACTRESS ETHEL BARRYMORE

PAYS HER RESPECTS TO THE

ELITE OF UNITED STATES


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... IMPORTANCE OF INLAND

S In theWher Mag ines WATERWAYS CONVENTION
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smn s se".Di .- D onr A ato says: Meeting to Be Held at Co- rr i
-Thow 4 Te Octob t *rIra im MU IS "As lmeg as woman is eomtfortably I
.r M the who "meaty" ~dg. Pn ft mm cared far by her family or by ar- TII'Ss -, On Novem-
11 NatctA tP re I t his series ot rweet it, s.ie eisafsts ber 9 and 10, Will Be Vast
--a.-a L o rs.g3. .IWwa 3. .o 115st.ati.el.c h...... 1 t -.-. _Te ateec t -obecame an... avetur Benefit to Southern States
1W vactiou d-. e esen woman assanorxsmeut, we-y- legbest as galLifed 1 Al rare- SaysChas. J.
I .; Ms TAM*lestat grade 3, s "c a ass's eMas l, mmeatNNW aastaer, ly so tWst1ys Woman Can-
SA. Mi AIe K. Dow, grade 3, bow womaM msta te W e nS t .earw her bit s he cannot Swift.
"e";' ** ... .. B le Weatworth, t'aery toy attract th~ other sex. bow always live the atiqpi.tlons
S.. .... ...g e.. .A.; KMim- gvlya woman iake n =toft a man. the ad- she craves. As however, as she The following article has been sent W Sighte.d Yesterday

J &-- ~ O. - The let ar ticl l tis series. It Laent or -tlte ralit rlal la Aarociataon:
I we N .SI7i-MiA 8.; B. S tokard-, bounced. wills e on "The Psychol- her stealss ao her chance of mr is~no mistake to say that the Gur pcted to Arven
,m. .-- % ti 4; MKi & HI-n .ty c( Wia's Droe." s .. a-d brin. her Into co Im-t. Coast Inland Waterway conPenronr ,
-the a I lIill i. D Dr. Fredre, k van .Mip, a phys.- Cosequently. good behavior a proe wt h meets In Columbus, Ga.. on the Afteno .
-- m4 .-M2s. A. e Siater, nela of a teratoWl hp&rtato.on- tectite measure Institie, of Sth ad 1th of November, is the most Ofii.
stc B.-AA, '4 grf.-. -de ----rI bl? t1esH ..2 rgra artle.on.ous*e. But when she becomes detach important convention of Its kind that
SRpslh, at MrtA io. grd 2.; "Her~Mt Cn Rest._ ihe Bdy. Isr. ed from home and is removed not only shall have. up to that time, met in the / AUa
Siar 1,se. _eU- Men U eat .yers me trom a rvellance, .but from the ot- a, for the benefit o the south. Manila, st 1-The Atlantic fleet
He- M n t TilW.ra, trade 1, 'ionlmy api t1y a1 stimulation a, interest afforded . ,t unmindful of "Prom the Lakes- reported atty miles off the mouth
Ma A. thetme M eieay- .l aI by social lIfe s tiactioyetld o Waterways' ConventionG 'o bor at 8 o'clock this araiuag
. rS A. W. Mceyt D likely tosst be PIl-ed. which met In Memp his last year a ad is expecte-d to pass in y Cor-
=rd p e --^." MI 0".ttl.._ e _at M.ard.e.l* In W"Te really -oiimiar iy.s w Shavithe ioanal eton in Chon- s gi dor Irand abot T7. th after-
p, gwadS 4.: K-im e lp* o ML ]a tsLo wi rely woaT iltel J terostanding th extremee ad caftr October, ad at the banquet aSon. Launches have already gone
s, Si B .. Wrla Itl *t.y dw. trtate wasdt4 sn a itIcomplete Inldea. to it, both Mr. Bryan and Mr. e ut to meet the fleet down the coast
| Km. f eir.i Ms. -M i Dr. Woo"T^ htchineit decribes and unreal relatiss to society. There Taft will be peent This is all very a accompany it into tme harbor.
W TT. ....-"_l_.Te otr Obeep. M. Doe ar c ayd orterof--aterxalnnelt.on --. asLs bo,.te pn ublican and There"w i l noo ities in the
L Grade s 1, ection A.; Mg ly" writes te Olympic a(eso them-as mana pneriaps ans democratic national conventions hav. *ay of receptions attempted today.
-'- . girJaob trade 1. seion B.; C0o re1 Victorl Mrdock, o] Mav- will be found In any other occupation- spoken most strongly in favor of a Tonight the ships will be illuminated.
,i-..-s e _Ial.grade .* Miss. Beu. W. tel the aurltis which a May women of o matral character ,systematic plan for the development Governor Gee l Smith wln pay as
braugo -s St, Sade e; Mrs. Josephine new onr a trs-ow, id disposto are draw tinto as Ir- of o land waterways, an for oeal call t Adiral Sp after
.. .mhe would amout-. to anythig he must'vegular lf, but recover and settle wMhc it os proposed that the gove- the great water parade of t-Inirrow.
; .._ _. .. hl. ofl i 8.-Mrs. w eak Tracyp rl b.o ad hisa k Mr ., Spoker Can- do- wn to regular s dodeh of living. In Bw a t appropriate 'S o,000.000 annually. y a d
to bi U _1.; MIe Bees_ e J. WHFams, ChOrlesC.agl Ui t*1The this respect th adveatares is more In conpareig the convention at Co- LABOR LEADERS
S O sad 4-; Miss Mayme #ree. WWderla1d of DeorituBh" A J. Mc- fortunate than ie criminal (that lulmabus with that held at Memphis. 1
grade t. Kelway report "Kate," the "Good other grekt adventitious product), be' raegnw that this latter had a ouper- ARE INDICTED
L W Angel" of Oecaltpra, cause the criminal iw labeled and lor claim to awaitade in that it in --
S i The best of ctia i contributed his record follows Man. making reform? l ded all the Ohio river and lakes re- h oo'' mst be o
;- n i r e tby such e writers as 0. teary. W. 1.. maton dl-cult; wethe I-andout Aoa, with that aon the Mississippi Media, Pa. Oct. 1.-Patrick Shea,
Sf ke, Jean Web.ter, Jeae fe of woman reference to e tese Cairo to the which as _- I h es e tb
w esH LI hLicor Coleord ad Vent what we call virtue ls t oeal te represetativof the public opisn --_____ ___
Selbert. notea ad does uae bring coneauences ion, is the advocate of the Inland
Srover Cleveland-as Seen by a so inevitable. But 'I you drive nature waterway from the Great Lakes to the
So d I nn perator Who Handled His out at the door, she 'will come back gulf But the importance of getting
P7% e secrets ti the tote of a throur'i the wsadowrf and this interest o he gulf, is not e supreme dacea n D T
/ Ilm& 3RiriH OWFR! Enu n Folewhat remarkable story a $"The is greater stimulate I believe, tahe aen con ed to any one city on the 7 DA B. ..
I I Plgrlm's Scrip." "The Iterpreter dominant free a deterualaig the glfbut alungacthoectecon-
I W40, *w ___* g 1.HouseB- Vontains a numberaof fresh choilce-oru rather, the drift-of uch nsctednbysan ingaly it coast water- f of
personal facts of great interest about a woman." way, having Iit fist great beginning
____A.............egIn L:rMssBean... .. oen.Dre.s.t.P.ea t ,the. _miwneMlwhcYenfednat oldc har acter matlatefou teespevelymth
I----.Innovation Is Welcomed B_ Taft, Bryan sad Rmooeev. et. a old. In a usost ecoomiocay constructed in- sr
bow.IfeanddispOitixedrawntltol of ow i treoastal lwaterwy and canal, from
Me? -" by Los e a, Is the gle year than .- has ye ec of the Columbis convention; but
M tl umany Letters Mau led bead .idam ,tioeInt em' *"r g teyar s.1 te a nserst mh in itslf s o smere se gment o the
-. Maie fornOctobe Whnle the at covere there-nu iIg the Atlatic inCeroantal system rom New
SIle is written in humorous w-ay. t stampede of ele tfro towan a gnd and across the lorida penin. A SRIES OF TEN TALKS ON
I, ;l t lDol. hees up" s e a The count-y orem t.e l city and the vils so nd thence by a ahort connectIon r Bg .
numd r;as a whle is,, full oodloDlrum. -A J.. Mam.- I uae hanu theek criminalue'withath atsa from theMe mphis-
th .ngs. wah-ers1 "K te."t -."Goo -- d other g orea t -etiio u pre ou c the )iosriet the oew rl a a ne The an who s cce
Syethere ihn Sepo. by JohU RrT. eade .W .tch Ae to enter lt;hleen an loO the anTerlt asin that he bulges out a littlessI
w, -a aSet ._ the bct k nir b r aee: ,o ooth o tJeansW asndte ods li -, ee w, oa ten thoa .t. ...e o can see him. The success
ltSr' is. new, r tdbeain penysamp ofesis cfar-fam e odu anly i tSle swhath weca slsalteder Talkthe ralr d Iep resntaiv Of the Pb owe h*Rt d fe nw
-- t inter. InIEead of a 1-, t. which, up lntil know man. Mr. C tock also con- of standE The tr w e a, i thel thin, only in a different
nM thatyan bad bEen 115- mingh t. 'was required to carry them tributes to the October number ot backed 3lbSad three deep; watsewa from the Ohi-oriverG to
Sa where h was cros the Atlant. A number of per- The ohem lan his views upn .tiaornen -itBoe urt waterway efromtheO river ato
Sba b p r several sons posted letters at m t deter- at morality, whh are radical, to um the s the wgu u the i e river o en The goods must be on
e teak atelapse ad died. aed to be teasta the ithe leas th eit a ed tothe per. e on the Gs evile A, tenb ca right; the serVice must be c
ME rate. Their letters, however, will sot fnely Illustrated article uDom "Thote Isgrea teesi ton hoarbie e, tlmeannesseeieed tosanrr fcon the must be square; the kind
la ve unti StuRdPy.TaE d Ptri t o m. n B.t as"the ta Win whistle announced the be- CTod t tghe uoosa river than oune equal sides a sa hfour right,




+ I "-- *,m -,-, ---- ,- -'-- he- iot wo ner I I ,,- -r wi ts .... ... ote w. of
I* I LI C Nr y mco Tsis. and itcs tr Basin s ans" Thmere i also fsha Ino t bth O the gold can be encouraged, fo st ered and e t
S. papers of bnalfcofi et t yar adL y toal m cheapn of tonnage, by the rChant kowst Or
W UMLI U m O th e ade. tm--o e 1 By. if trin e hasr Yset r1Rosedvftrty altaion. b.artona er'eo rt calyon.tr t teh ..
W W. a-7 oat o~te e-o f a ige ,ta r I f dshouldtl -and prove p e consider the Tennew see of r e a rate
U-"T-Wloomh-e nDry- ey -m-e an ys t .ellig- A gold mte that pro- .and Cooss river countries by thIm- WhiCh nher peverse or





alad^ hss S w n Be ,There are ternol. d Seat r" a a i.s ada sws ord r ah and ton adS" t dstis,e tler att. Ninet times out of I
e and a rod in all re o cl dirn store s biggest asset.
between I A Je eb.an the aa okWa 'ind a tl would ath Ios. A cana fromete ineos to eUC OCwOat
it eStats-s e "W les Mt ys f harngriott7wc o Adriat tvanastheeo, oa rieeso ulgl acew all ns tItr e p eOslOti iamrteeuses ethe








-Ciy ci Aret NMuowa u r+ i thesa." etoisIa thil aco oof ad mdnel.Wa koT ind 4,- f"ol'woud ou -Alw of the Toennaee. ant oosa h uch o amtthe tda so
evafrl rat B porOotesapW a huaorou ground oor a backing up the en- eried, n a water route, all the wa Ow's sales equal to today'

si t o Cer. a- Only in This Way, o ays Dr. re1retto othe blush? The Steel Frust has a otter t. e er shop. The dVertism
so"do d ity est- a bh y, .Cn ay ea of otGryhone," wi a eveatns of doe .wel to paa .en o foar Wgmlah Alad, e a ateer f om adI the merchant figes
mresutl ttLcnidoetebeY r L elohat h he prote s a or per cen The atlymin e of which ever loot by United States govern- ig I

a tlCUT BY lS FE bp.. cy and cle r The verne Steel Trust; or a half a- billion dollars water fom the making of water powers go -ten in twe- tyfour O- -


atbd_ be na, t rmaa rentisi today before ordnaea street mthe for a st to pa c k e Mane or ipl oer, at New drea fI Sal. I a at,
delue b Aewt sA sn-a A8t w-oSueBianhivewsDuch a mine' Is America's wheat- and targernavigation at tbe same time.n a featurthoffvameuinebvroai

'ele dar abe eu er r wa l nas the lnalttrnaaEl TR Si .ses hardon- msot ty chd semi-hardua Red Fife ad All of the people aov cities of the helps to advte rise the bJ
o eaaeue e knowThcorre prspondaelty thac-ibusscaloes Blue Stem and TurkIsh Red r ad Du- Tennessee, Coosa, Tallapohsn Aleb advyai cag ought to be d
rtth ett yay w other able,, a nde the a nc doter at htat tlatl v s croseauM roeaMaaes oo nthee, whicnh are deeplAy sand o shtallowt te in the d i ne te a- se tly adve.rttse the
t toae- T lagaitst the scouringe of the man, his love of fun aate d dislike ae so m ltiplied that oIvs hbred Columbes convention, not only for epasiz the bargains of
e ci m plague, is a cam out a of of atub is well i rted. m w or pedigreed whieat today st hbe what Iot d directly proposes, but for the to it i


O ucatto tn. U r attbu- tse b which he protets Is as greatly med and talogued by numbers a -- erio r river connectione.s that must
S, This- h phatic d declaration was exaggerated as the o death of Mare l re-blad stock is preltom e l tually bae bad.r with an i nleekand.
SCUT BY HIS WIPof the baye Rart K the emi- Twain is tt of hs gong alone Harvesting the soWhea by Aes C waterway from the Apalachiola tnt ai
scie ntis to a boae lws thaan are titoultore ordpnay strietm atd he-Vi t te t i The Otn Magaie for Oc issppi river, at New Orleyns. R sal. s id at
S t att international Tuberculosis con- Trinity church. says Hampton's The Columbus convention will t seed i ae to sl; the a II


2'. b. y I mm i n p arm. wifeofTed"e"'aVwhic to tare a ow at he em r podi erentma the lar-esap d l. e -y t i- s.,.
st at their me o North most edpautional efforts in toe t sight, he ated himself In ya p eonw aow o poutio resad elded tp e o toey is Iari
Street .:... 0 iap n -to stamp out tuber losis well n front. A aem with two la. flr HER WITH lo Is the south, which are entitled to aid u aTn .t am
tITe m t the a been conned largely with adults. He dies sought the same pew a little p FLORIDIANS u of the k national ge overnment as no other et er ia to steed fi
( 8 to the heopftal for atta- emphasis d the Importance of teach- while later, frowned at the admiral convention has ever done. young p3la by the roots b

a wod which nxo h e law's than are adults. pass him and seat themselves In the *y*.**4 u 4t tPre has magnricently endowed the,
i- mth Toet the --dasame enclosurtn. The man eth -. suth, with rivers and harbors, too It is sae to sa that
Mif* oin Olmat OS thte arm. to stare and rowe at the stoaider let ss n t battleship Florida leg neglected by the national govern- teeet
Tbi aWinp an and !. ]h WaE ALLE I and fIallyx drew out a hnotesono, 0rer wath dlorldians. There are several mernt, but which are la- longer to be fab
MenIa yhbtehof a leaf and wrote bre~ on it, eatsllent reasons for this suggested on inare., or canlfdeo trom those
handing It with a sudden, lmpaMeat the Y rset and eor t important bentg bonttes that have wlden given al
CTY AND COUNTY gestoes to the sAiler. Ad*tC9mi that we have the right kind a lt men l aurg more generously heretofore to that sa ered a


Special to Time JeArmal. glasses the latter read on e and all th&y need is a little training. other sections of the union. i aeSS 0 there is :u
Westville, Fla., Oct. 1.-Miss Cland "I pay $3,000 a year for this pe.r TO this end. we should at once take This Gulf of Mexico is called the -
r' BEGIN NEW TERM Standly made a short visit to er W a- The admiral took outa speil i f te to organ .. a naval reserve a Mediterranean of America. It is our qI - t- the tyle i
."" ter at Ponoe Deleon this week. his own. Shortly afterwards he ie. put men in training for their duties marltie vestbule to the Panama ca- adverti im sheaM .cuale a
.t-i- Pess Piot Pega) We are very sorry to know Mr. and ed the sllp of paper back. The man on the battleshl. sal. Its entire coast. by its bays, land s*c t---.a.F-P coat
Mrs. John Hawkins are very sick, read, bit hiq I p, get red and ea Another goode son for placgthe e hanaels and estuaries, from - 5 O
rTbe e S o l hope they wll soon recover, subsided. Evans hasd written: 81 battles ip tI the hands of ater- the ApalsIhwcola rivr to te MlZss- i g g e ufide
FbM"l"ttolt m t wo .wme -The bride and r Mr. mad Mrs. "You pay too -- mucI." Idiat Iatthe fst that it would att w stpp pwouM require only about 25 t.l m
e f ealr at school N. 1; Tom Callaham tro a week in them a sLirit of generoup sad pa- miles of canals, to connect these two te c
W. AL- ethte pritacial; gCaTOU v on their wasong tour. We Aereplanes te QfdePr. triotic rivalry to'suritass all other war- rivers, and over which barge fleets always ore desirable in th
'BnB. -uene and isthematios; Ur them a longs and happy life. There are signs enough. that the ship crews in the eflcient handling of could ply with tonnage twice as great
i-- n e--ame -agiik Mis Mis Addle Mathews a popular different groups of aeroplane lventors the fighting eloviaan. Pride would as the largest oean stim ers can e q
M ry itelh.ati.; Mtin Mand nter, young lady at Westville gave a party are getting ready to build them fotr -tspire them tf do their best to make carry.
igter adP French; Mts mlmly L Mo.- In honor of her Sunday school class, sale, and already there is rivalry and for tte Florida a glorious fam as Mr. Henderson, secretary, al Mr. Ad-ertiing-is a trea
& dgisla; Miss thel Sater, grade 0 Sept. 30. 190. some little evidence of personal feet the best managed and. therefore, the Waterman. treasurer, are doing splen-
S~a sti A.; Mrs 8. U. Sampey, Thee recent were Miss Lula ad jg among them. The euts w p[ i-t eleat Alv 0of the navy. did we for the success of the Gut Cdi a
s e moUirn B.; Miss flmU L Paanie Btart, Minne and Mag- probably be called upo, to settle It I a recognition of this plendid Cost Island Waterways convention
uSg'. Wed 7, section A.; Mia e amasn JUlla Lee Cooly, Juta many-sided patent l1 tlpgtin ,e at eset of exciting patriotic rivalry that, to be held in Columbus, Ga.. on the 5 wo ri
SMfrry, grade 7, seetei .l ; Pltmas, la tee, l aile Callao summer anybody mar have sav- in army serviceakw.aesa the -commBand- 9th and 10th of November. It will be I mOtOr remiazs the sam.
lham AiM., and aby lournoy, Jean plane who can spend from a $M tQ or in bWttle pVeaZgaits tof a history-makng event. Mr. John
., Cl...a ndby Jeale Stnley, $5.000 for emle, Wa+d the euagigativ a o ht st- inc p0 Craft of KMobile, Is the president. Mo.
Mr. Ray Neel, AdamaA, Clifton merits of the heavy Wright -achnbe etWeo r to emb e-Ofther,-that the w*avery bil* will have a crowning advantage Make your advetila
SJ -ohn Cws. Robert PitMam, John with its levers, the Iter, a dlIplyed bToe rt.t aY NO ea of the sueeess of this water- I r
ZDre1 CO Y AdIf 9ti* mndayort pV w b3 do mo t te uwel-
H -"' Clarue .m y Crows and I s ore taulao *a iit'aa ml t another stale. mte s i Colmpbs to ro es srcUatI are all s bordim
t. I__ls hd te ab.Ows.,Ow, ._ tewr ._ the more family _Herit ..l.t. arY ar ro AS- wB not exceed normal prices. Good at t
a, ethe-r Gamme t same $o Mrs Littles left this morag ftor may be the subject r a ateb gather asewdfyI to Wy t ageomodatkess mav be secured at
g *'gagg awn n $*W fa ayafs visttInC alpley. lversation oa oeingtry M sen ,n a*i*t ? p. per day. Biesaurant facilities
balaWMsseteWeoruff left for Tal Wtitheen 1tI& brai5*&ir .AMW ample all ever the city.
amem ?* e **iBan" to attend the college agn this lows who have eo, d -Jb"^^ep o Ioe mase -nIOar. board of idermon.e
4 IS S ... '* ? ea t on nllw Water, to M_ sd a S th o sr _nW .aO to fe o h r o trade. and all 'our citteasi
P Oa '0 0 S1 Siolemandobs sport.--worm'swa eVtre O *hw tuta m wl Ic the part of 11t1a, by showing
0000SM Wabe ag e e dav to Helena. Mont, Oct. L-PoWtical Time Merals of -a I M gen, WUrgediadent r
6woorameB 1 r41clusoua a prnda ram of addresses in the oct-ober Amerieg Ma vies o the wOs be dby lversledtr enery he
g as prabeisMal Ipics ill OccupyI t& lProfe*sor W. I. Thomas writes tS ast Our senaters a re presentatives i the Chattaboochee river, will be of
Smet6rs 1b Moantan newspapers dur- of his new series of articles an wmn. congress will s doubt take plenure at interest to the delegates and
L :. gh Mglm ag o ,. g the two-day convention opened The mass of new material is hbad to in detg alln they an to have this sag sebers of their famles who will be
ben Othis morningby the State Press create a stir. On the morals o aie gestles dapitd as they will ahare Is i Celumr en tbe 0th and 10th of -Mil
auattached woman Preuesm r Thb aathe gry which w eil sealt strem It. November.usat_____loho


and President Lackharto
01t010 together with twh '
mpoyes.e oL the Media. strti
woe Indicted this moralng
conspiracy In- dynamiting eet
luring the recent strike.

LAKE DISASTER
ISINDI

Grand Rapids, NMch- Oct.1.-
auds of bales of rye straw ha
washed ashore on the Lake MI
coast frtm Pent Water to LIttloe
Bauble, and it Is believed a boat it
been lost in the heavy storm thl
has been prevallng for the past thr*
lays.

Subscribe for The Journa*
S A 6T HEART.
&. Hashbaru--Delia, have yos 3H
ted the prunes?
Della-No, but I've piU.d the pa
boarders many's a time.


SOME MORE
By AssocitA Pr.
Cincinnatt. O, Ot. I.-That
Sthe law should be invoked W
Against him itf he has done any .
Strong is the conclusion of a 0
Statement by United States *4
Senator Foraker, which he 4
Save to the Associated Preas-
* tonlat. Before making this
* suggestion bhe' sn up the va
Serious charges that have been
* made, and diacusaes briefly the 9
* legal ethic as to his service for 9
Shis various clients. 9

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hand; the prices must be
;orpmentd ble; the t'a--*
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Sof square that has for
angles.

has its tradeomr wh eter
ot. Its advertisng a its
ulic s-eia-ost dm its samr
fire nor time can qmet
ha tins trademark ihi the


tore advertisiag is ahrn.
an effort to mpake toa-t-
s or yesterdays; mad thi
ae&t store as of the small-
nt appears in the u
out the net rgslt sin t
he bnrgaim a4vertidmem-A
use next week It IIs f*-
B; but if the ,tore asBS
ns, then ea h bargain salk
irgain departmwat. Te
eme'in such 4 way as to
department as wet as to
the day.

you were advwti*M a
the otset, store d t
tiiAg is the gain a%&
dvertfsers dig up the s9e
s growing; orpkB upthe
because it didn't bear ri


Mot more than one-third id
'bargains; the other two*
7 and style. The vey fat,
it bat praces i l
omelieg wragu
Sa season besdad.
merchant to sJ l %e,
at $12.50s; in 1 1
rather baa ma06 A,'
rifim quoted .IKi parm

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Cap -c
fi 2


to- 17 SbhrtS 50c and 75c.
.t-iPA0 to $8.00, only these Szes left.

S- A few usits. that ae cut way down to, move,
Sto-day and get one before they are gone.
'Coats reduced to $3.00 and $ 0. Thee coats
f WiUt that sold at $15.00 to 40.00. '
M. 1.i*" els e rAed Come at ace or you
miss the bargains.



adard Clothing Co.




0 degrees at 5' a.-m. 'ast year on
Sthe same date, Oe *simam wah 85
ST S LY TOLD. Degrees and the minimum 8 de-
Sgrees. The. average ear-tium for
this date is 8Adgres and the aver-
*n i .~age minimum .4 degrees.
HERE'S WHAT OR IT-
^ I ..S I,-.K n-imbern Blue R"bbon Qualiba .mas de Blue
I I'i efe,, at v 5R"sVaira p.. lar
a amounting -tot o ISyea, .* _a rlsn4 favor

W .e J rygwr, who m., been en1
al weeks at his bone wt L
t at eabumatism. will leave *Illl. i
at s6 ft r White Sulphur
Se willremain a til

,. T. wBrk who las been with
electric Co.. for th BE INTE RESTI G
.' t asmter mechanic. wi re-
-r er home in New Or-
S- -* Stereoptic6n Sermon at the
Ai _s oI *! l 3r &S LilUan Dm'Alem-
*Moa . wila Tuesday at her Universalist Church Com-
.-' 1""t. r- tee, wee pi-med- at
S. The fter service ng unday.
at f It ichael's -
an d -tten d by a large e- -
S"a rowlg friends and rel- 'At the Universalist church.on next
-, Sunday night will begin a series of
I 'eEW ~,rned" sermons illaistrated with lantern alides
Ift ponts in Ten- on "Our Bible, What It Is. and How
S* We got It."
* .. *ees ar -- This will be an especially interest-
iS- I. M -Alatms Ga., yesterday, tores of the monuments, temples and
wI ehe at the Manhattan for a tombs of Egypt and Assyria, the old-
S *eat manu crlpts of the Bible In the
*" '. i s. world, the oldest English Version to-
g. ad wife of lFreeport. gether with many pictures of places
"OR c-- 'e< a short pleasure connected with the framing of the
Bible Into the present form in the
S_ Revised Veralom. The conarmation of
,]l.4 H. Gra.auo was In town from scripture given by the monument,
d yesterday., registerIng at the the story of the manuscript, the his-
Iou- boteL tory of the development of the Eng-
S" _ --Ush text and ltp revision with many
.. D. Pyld. well known Birm& interesting facts about the Bible will
e e man aritved yesterday, and is be brought out in these lectures, the
at tip NscmaiA. titles of which are:
S_' The Story of the Monuments.
J. L raves came over from De- 2. The Story of the Manusripts.
Stalk yesterday on business. 3. The Story of the English Bible.
" 4. The Unreal Bible.
I I. J. Brett ls aere from Caryville 5. How to Read the Bible.
q a abort tihe. The Aterary Beauties of the
Bible.
MaX StWen a faducah, Ky.. man Us AU are wecome at thbswseervices of
at the Merchants this wek. the chur*fh.
S.* _Special music will be provided for
The very nrat winter tourists to ap- eech service.
tMar in Penmacola arrived from
S eer. eomalatang of a party uwo COeM Washer Advise.
are making thelr home at 319 N. to all is to beware of coeuha and colds
o*-m sr ew1eet. on the chest-aes sgletet they readi-
* ly lead to peeiBoita, e asamption or
S7% -animunm temperature at Pern other pulmonary treouMs. Just as
--ea y~-eterday was 83 de2ses at sooa as the oomb appear treat it
s:29 p. in., while the minimum was with Ballard's Horeheuad Syrup the
-,_ standard cure of America. Use as dl-
reeted-perfee harmless. A cure
Sand prevent r ant diseases of the
U e"1 -so m l ltalens2. 25c. 50c and Sn.00 per bottle.
MB .- Sold anmd "r mended t-Iy W. A.
R ,Jr" VlAh'mberte. d&Oit and *otbecary.
DU L, I t 12 Sith Palafox street. Pensacola.
p .i9 M"y -0"MMa... n.Fl a .
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5IUiMBKN BRICK CO.
wm.Jr m e asmn eK. Will Receive Report of City
U h .m* r. 'iEngineer on the Bank


c t)WECTORY
S --... A meeting of the city council -as
.*MT~ been called for t today by Mayor
.b jInH.OCmnALU Goodman. when a report made by
City Engineer Thoratoa will be read
E 1 T. yay1ATB, I. D. regarding the new buldiag of the
American National bask at the corner
of PaIlaox and Government streets.
"- 'S ,'.-i.n---I t is said that accord to the plans
^i k B "r and. the measurement of the ground
/ I1 ... spSace the former lacksd seven inches


of being Subh up to the sidewalk.
L --a the council is to consider the mat.-
ter.
.... ST" '-* .A lot of old newspapers.
S-tied up in neat bundles for
own .r sale. 5c a nmdle., at The Jour-
-- -... .. pb nal office.



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F NLL CO-OS EC F


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Schooner


Doris to


Leave


Baltimore With a Big
Shipment To-Day.

-VESSEL HAS BEEN CHARTERED
BY LOCAL WHOLESALE MER-
CHANTS TO BRING 30,00 CASES
OF CANNED GOODS FROM SAL-
TIMORE HERE.

The schooner Doris, CapLt Axelsen,
will leave Baltimore today for Pen-
sacola witha the largest cargo of can-
ned goods ever brought to this
port. The vessel finished& taking on
her cargo yesterday, and had she not
been loaded to her capacity could
have secured more cargo of tais char-
acter for Pensacola. as the master re-
fused six hundred cases.
The cargo of the Doris consists of
30,000 cases of canned goods for local
merchantAs who recently chartered the
vessel for the return trip, as she was
under charter then to carry a cargo
of lumber to Baltimore. Many of the
big wholesale firms decided that this
would be an excellent opportunity to
lay in a big supply of canned good,
and by chartering the vessel for the
return trip seepred a rate on tCae
goods which will enable them to sell at
prices below Mobile and New Or-
leans.
Several years ago Capjt. Axelien
then owner of the Donna Christina,
brought a cargo of canned goods here,
but it was not near as large as the
present one.
A NAUGHTY BOY.
Who is it makes his campaign bow
By raising such a painful row
In both the leading parties now?
Little Willie.
Who climbs upon the speaker's stand
And stills the tooting of the band,
So he may show what's in his hand?
Little Willie.
Who reads the letters of the great
In business and affairs of state
And turns them loose to circulate?
Little Willie.


Who gives away those statesmen w.io
Are mighty careful what they do
In putting legislation through?
Little Willie.
Who is it is not standing pat.
With G. 0. P. or Democrat,
And punches each one in the slat?
Little Willie.
Who is it seows a wild desire
To burn 'em up to cool his Ire,
And slops the oil into the fire? "
Little Willie.
Who is It stirs up greasy smells
And Senatorial and other yells
Then grins and runs away and tells?
Little Willie.
And when both parties, by and by
Are cleansed by him. oh. who will try
To crown the work and purify
Little Willie?
W. J. LAMPTON, in New York World.
MANY PLEAD GUILTY
ON USUAL PLEA DAY
The following pleaded guilty this
week on regular plea day before Judge
Beggs, being fined accordingly: Peter
Walters, white, larceny $15 and costs:
Joe Zettie, white, lewdness, $25 and
costs; Virgie Allen, colored, lewd-
ness sentecne suspended providing
prisoner leave town in 5 days and re-


After a long, dusty ride, there's nothing like
a glass of


to quench the thirst and make you feel wonderflly cool and refreshed. Tha
Original Pure Food Drink has the delikioni flavor of fresh fruit juices, which in
combination with acid pl ospliate and pepsin makes the most he~thflI and de--
lightful of drinks. Guaranteed under U. S. Government Serial No. 3813. At soda
iamnt;nam 5c. a glass-at your grocer's 5c. a bottle. Beware of ,,1"ateosas.


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main away; Bessie Hayes, colored,
lewdness, $10 and costs; Victor Marah
white, train riding, $6 and costs; Geo.
Mack, colored embezlzement, $5 and
costs; Jas. Lewis, c9lored vagrancy,
$25 and costs; Ifdt t Bhoiy'e, color-
ed, sending thieatlaing letters 3
months In the penitentiary and costs,
or 1 month additional.
CLOSING NOTICE.
Beginning Saturday, Oc-
tober 3rd, The Penacola
Bank & Trust Company will
close at the same hour as ail
other banks in the city, viz.
noon. Friends and patrons
will please be governed ac-
cordingly.
A Wrong Idea Corrected.
One troupe of chorus girls has been
provided with chaperones. And we
always thought it was the men need-
ed protection.-Milwaukee Sentinel.


VOX POPULI
-J)?
Makes Correction.
Denver, Col.. Sept. 2S. 1908.
Editor Pensacola Journal:
I have just read an article in your
paper which was copied from Denver,
Post. The Post reporter drew largely
on his imagination in writing same,
I did accompany- my son to depot and
stood talking with him about twenty
feet from train when it started out.
He told me good-bye, ran to train
and stood on steps of Pullman (not
rear platform) smiling and waving
his hand to me until train rounded
a curve carrying .aim out of sight. I
was not nearer than twenty feet from
train, and there was no scene such
as described by Post reporter. Inl
justice to my son I make this correc-
tion. Yours truly.
ALICE HEAR.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL.


SOME -RESU LTS OF "MY POLICIES."
'Powi~evee! tand for we Tart s as mueft -55 in@.'-osew~t


BOMBAY VAPOR 1


Affords the Greatest
Insect Pests Florida
Known.


Used With an Atomnizer.-No Fuss or Miss
Tried all over the State for Ants, PFles, Moquitees, Spiders. In-
sects and Vermin of every kind, and every trial haas 1aentlaWe
our claim of superiority for sure and speedy death.
As a preventative of
DUST,
DISEASE, /

FEVERS,
FILTH,.
Bomtay Vapor saves Its cost taem without nWher.
Sweetena rooms aad air; brighteua furniftee. S a gBe
everywhere. 50c for Bombay Atomiser. Freight paid N* 5 gaN.- or
more. For sale by
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The feed that


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SUCRENE HORSE FEED



The feed that fills the milk pail and

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SUCRENE DAIRY


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MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 19, .


S-much that would, If clung to in af-
ot. ter years, make us better men and
| SIU Fd' cieS women. and the world a brighter and
the writer was vastly interested better place in which to speed our
last evesil in the study of two ebB- fleetiag years?
dis ago a street car. One was a baaa-
S-al "blae-eyed, goldea-hared girl That Atlanta pararapher union
a" the other a sturdy, flaxen-haIred ouht to be eohlptill to arbitrate.
h-ar, whose physical strength and
to"la h were apparent in every The cold wave disposed of the mo-
. f11 of b t his body Iad a e quiet re- qaito nuisance, ut r ht a the
f 11 with which he regauled the bill collector.
i Iier passengers and the Beetlag pan-
"a i of eity Bfe ootalde. Taere was Delegates to the. halanl waterways
unusual a the types of the conwatio at ColAmbus will be e
or their parents. Thousands peted to provide their own internal
S maiy be found all over the land. irrigation
w r s werehl dro I of good American th t
--*" U women. sad the forbears of r Ye but the dste
s1 Old W well be prod .of them.4to stt
Sboy as on the ear when the to th Job of sett th
,i gb eot on. He was plabily andp aU e p .
eisapesaively dressed in clothing finer Glyn is said to be a failure
S.. .or service and comfort rather as an actress Perhaps her stage
UhM fr appearance or conformity Paul i not so unsophistcated as
: pevais.t styles. He was oo was the hiwe of "Three Weks."
i. by an elderly lady, perhaps
O.....-flother, who also was stamp- Bailey, also, denies the charge that
,.tMa.tl-e nmg uAnd appearsae as be will ever reelga from the senate.
i W hao d tared but ill a tit dl Ite would be amwnar strange if he
t.'. boa iof the world's goods. But nd It is a job tiat few men are
~ we 1'her. heart tor the bey and witling to relinquish.
other children and their elders as
i r lw- The largest individual contribution
heo little girl was daintily clad, with to the Bryan and Kern campaign fund
a, gttV lace cap and a bow of ribbon ga far reported Ia Florida was that by
0a401ina her wayward curls. Her Iema. R. D. .McDonald of DeLand wuio
It e0uld be easily diOceraed, forwarded his check for $200.
ewell-fdo. The child probably
S a *urae at home, with dolls and Only oae more week in which to
t op aid pictare-books and all the register. The Journal desires that Es-
4-titat go to make little ones hap. cambia county shall roll up a big vote
Probably she even .had a big red on election day and hopes there isn't
ag1 on a alee green lawn, and a-white democrat in the county that
.- y ttie girls and boys around her will neglect to register and qualify to
b6 h- who also had these things. and vote.
wh" too, wore pretty little frocks
ia-always a clean one. Lord Rosalyn is not the first man
Mot so the boy. Like as not te to be plumb certain that he had a
," aedI t the saad about his father's system of play by which he could
tP hBes. and built hpuseA and cities make the dealer go broke but it costs
S 1d stlet S and tones and waded most if thim their wad of 0good
t tI the bay, aad fought with otaer money to and out that there is a
NOR llhw In the neighborhood alloose joat in their theory.
*" -WTer a thought of bath or
Iouht of ath or There is nothing so very much to
tin S. le girl didn't know or are be wondered at in the suicide of that
SINtl- about this, however, for she Florida ontrich in New York few
0 S more Mhan spied the boy when days ago. The poor bird simply dis-
h.r sae was lighted with a glad paired of ever seeing Florida again
afI tand she and tae boy irted nd chose to die rather than live in
-t to latter left the car, whebn she enforced exile so far from home.
S S him a tahmi arewe. The Volusia County Record saysthe
O W las either child embd reason republicans are active in that part of
wa iei I ther Theitlemgirl the state, have put out posters for
SOb g ht of c aste. The little girl appointments to speak at nearly every
mAt 1 hMeself, with never a dream to town of importance, and though the
MM te e3auhdeled by atSoca.loAe nominations given their candidates
SfJOYaforboth, wit s ani everL e a empty honors they propose to
Wat of Joy efr both, w eith an ever- put up the best f ght they can.
wAglintg field of swwet experience
pealg btNer. them&. There may be, as the marrying par-
let the tyeas pass. These two won of Jersey City says a "difference
.m 2 n. *There is acCldi r"eseve between happineIs and contentment."
0 %a though they may properly as regards the marriage relation, but
ESI f tay beoase acquainted. in every other part of human ex-
tr ves e in diverse paths. The perience the twilight zone between
AI pan of class-conscious- contentment and hbappines,. is very
NaI OW affected both. One feel narrow indeed.
MIehNr to the other, and a meeting
1'UaIn usIg for each. The boy o the First Florida will
.hey have bee disilludoned. The get a taste of the real thing when
is ,e Who rw the beautiful lace they get into camp with the regular
a* t. hidhood. Life has be- !at Ft. Pickens next week. They will
S ir S 0*, and Is hedged about with fI nW little of the social whirl which
811It iute -bxI15 conventionE. One !used to be a feature of, the state
MWgo loao r seek happiness in one's eacamptuests, but they will have an
SWr. TThe feelings of one's "set" opportunity to learn waat it is to be
SAS O' mast be rejected. ome of Uncle Sam's real soldiers.
i s a nMl .eof a thngs re-
.M1 1at0 ti Iht*y. And they go The Tampa Tribune is disposed to
have we sad the mIlle s pr-. hold up to ridicule the proposition of-
o-h 4, living in a cramped and Bditor Powell of St. Petersburg to
IY unWhapp. aelss world, change the, name of his town. But
w -- a iaai apl6e and dull. PoweU la in earnest and gives many
S than the meunlag procesmto god reuss-tefor the change of names
-m. from the cradle to the grave. showing that the present name. St.
We ar "but elddrea of a larger Petes bgl tI an awtful misflL He
wmWth." but do we not, in oatlvtng wants a aamb tor his home town

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: Attention Democrats :
*
* The Bryan-Kern Club of Eacambla countShas perfected perma- *
* nent organization and the name of every democrat should be upon
* its membership Hlt. It costs notMing to Join but the presence of your 0
* name on the roll will be- a valuable asset of the club for the reason
* that the primary object f the orgM at-lon is to roll up a mammoth
* democratic vote in the coming election.
* If you will sign the membership coupon found below and mail *
* the same to the secretary your name will be placed on the meqiber- 0
* ship list.
* Hundreds of names are being added to the membership list *
* eack day. Send in your aaie.
* Wm. C. Monroe. Secretary Bryan-Kern Club,--
Box 484, Pensacola, hPa.
* Sir: I am for Bryan and Kern. Please enroll me as a mem- 0
* ber of the Bryan-Kern Club. I shall work and vote for Bryan and 0
* Kern in the coming election.
*
* Name ........ .................. ..............
* Precinct Number... ..................... ........
* Post Office ................ .......................... 9
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FOR GREATER PENSACOLAL!

This Means an All-Water Inland Route
Between Mobile and Pensacola. Across Baldwin Co., Ala.

Inland Water-East to the Florida Peninsula
PeEsacola, Sept. -- 19W.
Editor Penacola have me enrolled as a member Of
the Gulf Coast Inland WaterMwa Asoaslatos.&
Enclosed td $3 ftor my ltwiV meal -ebership dues for 1M9.
(Note-If payment SW f ai s a s t nomt a scratch out the UMe
abbtq a"d the u0mI, G. A Wa- rmaWn, wi call to collect )

Business Address ...... ........................................
P. 0. Box No..........
Z. B.-FIRMS ANP COlOATION& 1 5 A TMAL.


Bryan Covers Distancet Equal t


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ritmen." Tit shse he ..awim-ery
to the Trimn far It iS r Much mare
appropriate thha St. Pietrsbta.,
Moscow, Comaatmmlaople, Pek&, To-
ko, or any iame of a celebrartd for-
eign city. Let editor Powell have
his town named PaeBls Ift he want
to.
Nat Goodwin. the comedian, has
sued his beatiful actress wife, Mazx-
ine Elliott. for divorce, with the la-
tention, It is said. of marrying l dns
Goodrlch. Since Nat h s became "A
Gilded Fool" by his Nevada u" ing
ventures, he appears to have forgot-
ten his love of the days "When We
Were Twenty-one.-

B. F. Yoakum of the Rock Island
railroad, says that of every dolar
lost by a railroad company forty-two
cents comes out of* the employes'
pockets. Perhaps. But will Mr.
Toakmn kindly Inform us what pemr
centage of the dividends on watered
stock and interest on fraudulent bond
issues comes from the same soureeT

Every democrat in Florida should
give something to the Bryan and Kern
campaign fund, and give it at once.
The election is now one mouth off
and the last month of A presidential
campaign always requires more
money and stronger efforts than at
any other period. The democratic
national committee is under enormous
expense for speakers, literature and
other legitimate items, and sinee the
funds to meet these expenses must
come from the people, all who can do
so should assist by at least a small
contribution.

The Gainesville Sun says that the
larger and more populous counties of
the state will never seMre their just
rights in the way of representation
unless the power of the supreme
court can be invoked to compel the
legislature to obey the constitution
and make a just reaLpportionmeat. In
that case It is up to the representa-
tives from Alachua, Duval, D cambia
and the other counties which are not
getting a square deal to invoke the
supreme court if that can be done.
Re-apportionment is the most im-
portant matter demanding the atten-
tion of the state legislature at the
next session and this fact should -be
kept in mind when the new presid-
ing officers are chosen.

"The Tribune has thus far failed to
note a single contribution to the na-
tional democratic cemp-itg fund
from any state oacer, any comuty
official, any prominent politician or
any member of congress from this
slate. Why shouldn't the recipients
oT democratic favors be first and fore-
most I fura lhing the sinews of war
to the party upon which they fat-
ten?"
The foregoing from the Tampa
Tribune most seem almost like a per-
sonal message to a good many patrons'
of the state pie counter.-Ocala Ban-
net.
If the Tribune and Beaser had
glanced at the list of contributors
published in the Journal they would
have seen that an excepteo to the
above charge of dereliction must be
noted in favor of Senator WIll Mil-
ton of Marianna whose name "Is
written there."


* LOSSES *Y MARINE BORERS
* ON THE PACIFIC COAST *

Marine wood borers, which attack
piling and other timbers placed in
salt water, are causing tue engineers
in charge of the construction of ma-
rine works on the Pacific coast much
concern. They are particularly de-
structive along the coast from south-


emr Calfr e tal t.Allska, and shippers
are beg!alnWt q-*ialise that a cheap
preservative treatment for this eas
wof material would sinre a blisavtog.
On the average, an antreuated pile ats.
in these waters not mre than three
years. : -
A great deal of time and money has
been spent by IndlvidVals and corpora-
tions in the effort to prolbag the life
of these timbers. Different styles ot
pile casings, made of copper, ince,
'cement and other materials, have
been constructed and patented, and at
the present time piles thus encased are
under observtiUoa In many localites.
iRestults will be watched with great
interest.
In addition, a -reat deal of work
has been done in developing a preser-
vauve treatment to prevent the attack
of the borers. Tis consists in im-
pregnating the pile with creosote or
dead oil of coal tar. When the piles
are open-grained, and the oil has been
of a proper quality and has been cor-
rectly inJected, this plan bum probably
given the best results. It is true that
a great many piles treated with creo-
sote have been attacked by marine
borers and destroyed, but in such
cmes there is usually a good reason
to account for the failure. For In.
stance, the use of timber of ench den-
sity that the preservative cannot be
forced into it. the use of green timber,
the lack of sufliest pre U..tive, or
the use of a preservative of inferior
grade may prevent the treatment from
being completely successful.
Along the Pacific Coast, particularly
in California, large quantities of yellow
pine are found. This timber embodies
all of the charateristics of a good pile
timber, with the one exception of dur-
ability. Western yellow pine Is open-
grained, and lends itself readily to a
successful preservative treatment with
creosote. There is no good reason,
therefore, why this Utimber should not
replace Douglas fir wherever the yel-
low pine can be obtained at a reason-
able cost. Details of .the work of the
forest service along this and similar
lines can be obtained on request from
the forester, at Washigton.


* THE GREAT SCHEME OF 5
A GULF COAST CANAL
* New Orleans Picayune.

w that the interest in waterway
commerce has been aroused, one of
the interesting problems in that con-
nection is the proposition to establish
an interior coastwise canal from the
waters of Massachusetts Bay to the
mouth of the Rio Grande in Tex-'-.
The entire Atlantic coast of the
United States is low and alluvial, pene-
trated by great numbers of bays,
estuaries and other inlets. Some of
these have already been connected by
navigable canals, sad in other locali-
ties such eaals are already under
construction, so MiX" in a few years
it will be possible for vessels of mod-
erate draft to mrke such an Inside
coastwise psamma. from Boston to
Charleston and 8~~Aaah, and if plans
now being urged aall be completed,
there will be a e*a& acres the penin-
Vula of Florida, thence along the
gulf coasts of f Alabama. M-
Biesippl. ofO-bi Texas. Once
secure the cuttagnemOs Florda, and
the rest of the woi will be both akl-
pie and cheap.
A writer 'on the subject sets forth
that "the (hulf cot nlalnd waterway
-witc t B Wie rway will
form iif l Mer than
the af rivers
"Pennsylvania co and ron and the
supplies and mamwctuted articles of
the East will be ItvaspOrted to the
gulf ports. The gr of the Mis-
sippi valley, I0hern cotton, sugar.
rice, timber and naval stores will be
returned to the Atlantic seaports on
barges at one-seventh the cost and in
less time. than by rail. in time of
war, supplies, munition and troops
can be drawn from the interior by
water and rail, and safely transported
along our coasts by inland coastal
water navigation.
"The rivers emptying into the gulf
will be extended along the Atlantic to
the Great Lakes and north of their
present sources, at sea level. The
rivers of the Atlantic coast will Bid
their mouths, in the warm waters o@
the gulf.
"The natural wealth of that section
of the gulf states bordering en the


Never Been in a Se-

rious Accident.


HAD MANY NARROW

ESCAPES IN AUTO


N.brpsknlrn Is Always Good-
natured About Trial and
Troubles of Train Riding.

Deroit, Oct. 1.-It is peculiarly
proper to speak of Mr. Bryan as run-
ning for the presidency. By the time
this campaign is over he will have
traveled the equivalent of more tban4
twice around the earth while in the
active quest of this office. This is
saying nothing of the large amount
of traveling he has done when not
actually under nomination for presi-
dent, much of which traveling has
iad a political object.
Probably Mr. Bryan by election
day, will have covered not less than
65,000 miles by rail in his effort to
get to the White House. 'Thi- is, in
the three campaigns, of 1898, 1900 and
1908. This seems a long road to
travel for any voice, especially itf one
does not get it. In 1898 and 1900, it
is calculated Mr. Bryan traveled on
trains about 40.000 miles. Roughly
he got over 20,000 miles of territory
in each campaign. This year he will
not travel as much as he did in 1898
or in 1900 but will probably have
about 15,000 miles to his credit.
CoQsidering the way Mr. Bryan has
scurried over the country campaign-
ing, it Is almost a marvel that 'eo ha4
escaped without serious accident. Yet,
strange to say, he has not met with a
serious accident while on his stump'
ing tours. Not merely has he escaped

proposed gulf coast inland waterway
can scarcely be estimated. The gult
coast is the nadticovered and undevel-
oped section of the United States. Sit-
uated on the isothermal line of the
Bermuda Islands, the health resort of
the world, 1i the pine belt, on the salt
water, much of the water front of high,
well drained, sandy soil, underlaid
with a practically inexhaustible sup-
ply of artesan water-the location is
Ideal for homes. Boating und urt4
bathing Iw not eurpased elsewhere.
The waten abound na oth fresh and
salt water fish. The mortality it low-
er tian that of any other section ot
seaboard of the United States. The
rihest s. if th tat which will pro-
duce the greatest net results, in a loca-
tion available to market.
"By the intensive system of farm-
ing, the sandy loams of the Gulf eoast
produce not only the largest crops
grown, but In addition vegetables and
fbdta of a succulency and deliceacy of
flavor unknown on other soils, within
0pactical shipping distance of the
northern markets. As high as five
crops annually are produced. The
qoil is the most rapid conveyor of fer-
tliHer and, the best for forcing known
*nd can be worked wet or dry.
"Then there are the timber and
mineral. In 1907 Florild alone pro.
duced $10,000,000 worth of phosphate.
The Umber belt lying north, east and
west of Apalachicola, about 100 miles
square. is the largest body of virgin
pine Utimber in the United States. con-
taing 4,0000000 acres and has been es-
timted to produce 16.,000.000,000 feet
of lumber, 1,263,000 barrels of epirits,
3,723,000 barrels of rosin, will require
30,000 cars a year for forty years to
remove. The Louisiana rice and sugar


INDEPENDENCE


Win Have Coved Not

Than 55,000 Milu


Chieftain Has


Dtexotaratic


Poliic AmnwAm mep

for te Ofe. of rheffM
ty, iuiepenieuttIy 0 the gmse cM
to be held In ove r. ia nmw
vwtas of all voters I this couSt.'
CAPT. P RAM A. ;&"c;
At the request of many rfsT In tI
city and county. I bere -by .aomafmr
as a candidate for the aes of aMf
f.rAembla County. In trhe generIl -l
to be held In November. and smil$N "
votes of all voters this entry.
C. IL JAAMSW


PARTY


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 economical
government administered by and for ALL the people, and in the principles
of the INDEPENDENCE PARTY as enunciated in its Chicago platform,
I hereby request to be enrolled as a sympathizer.


Name.


street amw Nvmbeir.


Sign the above, cut out and return to
LOUIS P. HR-AD, Sactary State Conmittee,
SPensacola, Fla.
Or cut out, paste it at the top of a sheet of white MaEMr. get all the signatures you can and return to
above address. Liteture free.

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SIt Will Be a Reveation to Yo0|

To am the magnificeft display of Fan Wo Wimlw f ur amtuet tdislay r on 6 PMags
street, and you are cordially invited to call every t-d *is week. There d*W6pntlet d r-
ever saw,with their great big beveed eW ir ka g tato space at teesy draeHe s ,a
$1 and $18 w have tuem that will make pein p-e -s elmiw ul > l *
Golden oak pian polis inis, silver -Mand .- e--W ems ea, w I
Slate mirror, at $22.50 and US w&illst auig-, *. appee ins yewr diigw reea. ThereS 4f
many other good things that we -At yeou t a *Us
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Bryan Travels 5,000
Miles in 3 Campaigns

When election day roUs armed
William J. Bryan wil have travel-
ed about 56.90 mle in his three mi
camnpignm fbr the pr*asc* i
The distant* he will have coy-
ered is the equivalent of mire t he
twice around the earth.
In th ecaxpaign this year Bryan
will not record as many mfles as
he did In former efforts to get into
the White House. His score for
1908 will be about 16.4l miles.
He has never been In a serious
railroad accident while on his
stumping tours.


railroad accidents so- far as he him-
self is concerned, but le ha- been
dashed about in automobiles and other
vehicles in order to keep speaking
dates. In the most reckless fashion,
and has never been harmed.
Unpleasant Auto Trip.
The ride by automobiles -.in Rhode
Island last week. wherein Mr. Bryan
was hurried a distance of sixty-four
miles at a pace so rapid that his ma-
chine was halted and the chauffeur ar-
rested for breaking the speed admit,
wa< one of the Iaost unpleasant and
trying Mr. Bryan ever took. The
roads were filled with dust and the
pace was so swift a serious accident
might easily have occurred.
Probably even more dangerous
than the Rhode Island experience was
tde one in New York the other day,
when the Bryan party crossed the city
from the Grand Central Station to the
ferry at Twenty-third street, on its
way from Rochester to points in
-Delaware. The chaffeurs struekl a
brisk gait through the crowded
streets and many a collision was
escaped by the breadth of a o air. One
of the automobiles skidded and nearly
turned turtle. Mr. Bryan was as little
concerned as any man in hi. retinue.
Still, Mr. Bryan has had thrilling
rides that were not by rail and not by

lands, the yellow pine belt of Missis-
sippi, the coal and iro of Alabama-
by means of locks and eanals now un-
der. construction, and the -Mobile river
-are on the Gulf coast seaboard."
The value of such an intra coastal
canal from Boston to the mouth of the
Rio Grande. Is beyond question, and
a convention will be held to further
the movement so far as the east gSul
coast is concerned, at Columbus, Ga.,
on Nov. 9 and 10.
SSHNAKING UP
may all be very well so far as the
trusts are concerned, but not when it
comes to chills and lever and malaria.
Quit the q4uline and take a real cure
-Ballard's Horbine. Contains no
harmful drugs 8ad Is as certat as
taxes. If it doeant cure, you get your
money baSk, 35e, 65e 0ae t0 a bot-
tie.
Sold a" -on by W. A.
D'Alemberte, drewSt S- apothecary.
121 South PalaM stmet. Peasaoolam.
Fla.


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Why don't you Reistr and qualify to vote?


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EASY ENOUGH.
The young housewife was engaging
her first cook. "Of course," she said.
'I don't want to have any trouble with
you."
"This it do be up to yersel, ma'am,"
replied the kitchen lady. "If yes make
no complaints, 01'11 make no trouble."
SPEED MANIA.
"How faxt do you usualy travel?"
"I don't pay much attention to that,"
answered the motorist. "I get most of
my excitement in watchipg the rapid-
Ity with whie. pA Vistralns move out
of my way."
auSSCRION FOR TMs JOURNAL-


FIGURES INCLUDE

TMkilac CAMPAIGMI


Noqinee Expects ta Travi
About 15,000 Miles in tihe
1980 Contest.

automobile. In the 1896 cO mpai~ he
had to make a hurried ride 4 twe.-
four miles by carriage to keep a aap
pointment. This was out in the em a-
try districts of hi. own state o* Ne-
braska. The teams were
every four miles. They ran every nep
of the distance and Bryan got to Is
destination in time to satisfy his a
dience.
Few better travelers can be iead
than Mr. Bryan. He is oan eT-.
about the trials and troubles 4 talt-
riding. Local committees nlpese e
him by insisting oa havtia iis Itne
speeches that he is not scheduled ke
make. He generally accedes to hir
wishes if it is at all practieMls to do
so. His private secretary, 'Re," e,,
kicks and protests that Mr.r
works too hard and lets "IMt -o
imposed upen. Mr. Bryan does et k
at it that way. If he is give a ebase
to meet another adleaee he is, fla
of the opportunity. He sleeg Ias au
on a train as he does at bIe Ia bed.
Many a -.time on Wis presee trip te
has rejected the pr.rivge ofa
to a hotel to remain for the W t in
favor of hiA bed in his private car.
The puffing of egnlees, the r ale of
cars and the smoke ome invariably
finds wherever he goes bout train
sheds and locomotives does et dis-
turb him.

100 iAn
extra well broken hors apd
mules for sal. W. R T-
lor & Co., 20 E. Gadtt.
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KNOWLES BROS. '
Insmrance
FIRE, LIF, A IeMNY. MAEINN'

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'A8TNO? COFE R1o0W corI$sPJ WWUNCLE SAM'S FORESTS

SHARE PROTECTED FROM FIRE
I LUZIANNMME COFFEE
Is a Del e-0 oi Case ofr se oality asi s lw ee. Nothing could better call the atten- patrolled by a picked force of range
sm erywh a. s 1 -lbcan tw s of think people to the neces- and guards. The present summer
a a' .... .T H CoITLO O PANY gity for the preservation of our na- force of such rangers and guards,
Si .. TH E LY TA YLOR CO PANY. -tua resoe-s than the great forest whose man duty isre patl, s
WOREAS fSet$ which have been so widely dis- 1,351 men ;the average are. that each
%1-.WLPB, NEW ORLEANS, U I. A. tributed throughout the country and is required tolprotect ls 121,506 acres.
..". yCe. a n eft-.have played such havoc this summer. It is fully understood that this area
10------ --It Is doubtful if the losses for the is altogether too large, and just as
year 1908 will ever be fully known, soon as funds are available to permit
"Abut a conservative estimate by Dr. W. of the employment of a larger force
** **0 #4** 4 4 C t~Z!a V n J McGee, Brosion Expert. United of men the area will be reduced.
States Department of Agriculture, In order to provide rapid mesu of
Sp. . . . laces the aggregate loss !n al Iparts travel between the various parts of
t I of the country during these months the national forest and t faclitate
.--, '-<,O In t er to W o IIof conflagration at $1.00,.000 a day. the massing of large forces of men to
^K%; ,'- W "- 11I 2 In nearly every Instance, probably fight fire, as well as to furnish vantage
In every instance, these devastating points from which the fire" may be
P y Caui Clubs. -- --A fires might have been prevented if the fought successfully, 160 miles of road
.~i -Ma Club me3ts with Miss Irma Blake, # various states had provided an ade- and 3.300 miles of trail were built dur-
"e -. DIRECTOIRE STYLE IN atd front. It is aade with long, plain quate number of men to patrol the ing the last fiscal year. In several
qe-~' *-^- K of wtthoday. BROADCLOTH 801TS sleeves and with scarcely any trim- woods and arrest all such fires in their case" fire-breaks from 16 to 100 ftet in
will meet with the president, Miss _* -0,, and is amph more becoming incipiency, and If lumbermen and oth- width have been constructed. from
S The directoire style preas prince to a tont figure han is the three- users of the forest were careful to which all timber and inflammable ma-
S pally in the coats of the broadcloth artr coat. dispose f brush after logging so a. trial is removed, to furnish obstacles
0 suits. The majority of thea show the But of course for the every day to prevent the spead of fires. to the spread of fire, or straight lines
.* short wasted effect, which is aattai- st-ad-skirt suit monee muut have a Uncle Sam has had a. lot of work to of defense in fighting fire once started.
SOL^ ed either by cut or by trimla. Te abortm cot, and a stout woman should do on his National Forests in the fire- Several miles of such fire-breaks now
MrEe ript ,a- l .oo ki- shoulders are narrower than kiuli, alway choose ono whclh reaches be- fighting line this year. but his work exist on the national forest in south.
prowed UUscript and looking it the sleeves. ae smaller- amd put into ye the hips, a &pagth that turns the has shown good results. Exclusive ern Callornia, where it is especially
-o-e over. the arm size with slight fullmes or ll curve of ts top-Hue and tiat or the salaries of forest officers, the important that the forest cover on the
ttl 'Kats ailF'Hht." was t.Le reply. with none whatever Aofinish dictl a the walat work of putting down fires on the watersheds of important irrigation
"Y don't stand. I wrote ths The frontwheter algle or do cos which a straight in the National Foreqts for the yar has cost streams be protected.
S4* 4p myself ad I put In a line or two ble bested with or without walst-- ack and front, ad is shaped at the the government 30,000. The value of Telephone lines .ave been con-
i g hi that says: 'Ia Hai'tick assisted his coat, are mat off squarely at the waltt ss nder arms. the timber destroyed will not be structed connectlag ranger stations
-,;few; dstlal-ls~ wi*'e bt .eceivins the line or slope sharply away tr it in.- known until the fire reports are made with the headquarters of the forest,
i--' 4Ji m'rs, gueNts. t he way I want It to to sides and back that arm either at the end of the year, though it is in order that flres may be reported and
I..g andse esor. go, and I d't eae. If it cost a sov- pointed or slashed at ntervals. MARABOU TRIMMING NICE. estimated that it will be larger with promptly extinguished. During the fls-
SM I W t My fr i to The Incroyable collar prevails but Quantities of rabo are employed the appalling fire losses outside of cal year ending June 30, 1908, 3,500
iBBM :g"~tt^ .... fcw ' G bk Wit knew, by Ge tl4ett still belong to not invariably the sharp pouteA typl- as a trimming ot elaborate hats, and area, or with the dForests on unprotection whc ed miln the national forests.
Sthie ftiy."'---(Laode Tit-Bits.) cal rovers, and ofte there Is a sah rather more costly anorwh the than the action whiced i n the a fore ,
CSSBNELl WJ 84H NING CLfM Uof black or self colored satin with .i au.nd owqe, it is far more a o t me ine Jt s a p e
61 fringed ends. ba practical l thana s oSehlum.es fr e National Forests had they not been tional forest Is supplied with soovels.
A of are. TOs In fatyreasesn attaTURDed san eA.l a plumes t protected, axes and other tools, which are dis-
1J tIt r;. ,A t meeting of the Browning eektie is tiedto loop. andtwo r ~Aowi l atn flulao t e-e results have comd through tribute over the forests and cables,
i Cl to held e atrday afternoon ed beneaththechin t increased efficiency of fire patrol and tool boxes placed at points where
IBM ver. at :30 o'" ok at fte ihome of the mediately after havingbeen thorougn- and methods of fighting fire and there is the greatest danger of fire and
.i' tiMOt. MIss Le7ia Reese. At 4 CUFFS TO MATCH ly abiken out dried. through the co-operation of settlers were they can be easily -reached by
L l ,dog, o'clock of the same afternoon the ON NEW WAISTS and users of Forest who understand trail. Field glasses are also furnlsh-
i; r lar meetta g be held. SCHEME FOR DRAWSTRINGS that the forests are their property and ed, since their use In discovering small
i Ai le t Cuf are otceable features of te -- ththat a loss from fire is a personal one. fires at a considerable distance has
W- W; Tm Ladiles Ai doety oa tme First new waists. smalated cufS made of Rn the ta or ribbon in the cas- By posting fire notices and giving ad- proved very helpful.
( S Puimeyto^a eulrscW W meet thi lace bands, or cufs to match the em- Ing or beading, leaving a little bit vice the government has secured co- Upon the basis of the forest service
termsee ht 4 .'eieck. A full atten- broidery of the blouse, and vanished extuting at ends. With strong thread operation from the outside, which experience on the national forests on
tae toIsay, do"e Isaan busa ies of Ira- with a frill harmonila with the ja- take few tithes in the middle clear may be said to be as important an which the total adminlstratlo, per
___ pgtoce wnl[WStehvc attention, hot, are pretty. On the hirts, nar thMgh the tape and casing and the agency in reducing the io- from acre, Including fire patrol, amounts to
S -i A.lea ... row, plain cuff are worn, oftte tt- drawstring cannot come out at either forest fires as is the pe-fection of only one cent, the whole forest area
.t^.,. -l P KS ONA MENTION. toing with ear bttn= d and the garment will always machinery for fightihUng these fires, of the United States could be pro
M a Cw up evenly. After timber is cut, the -egulations tected from fire at a total cost f less
.. .. Capt. and Mrs. T. We and G COAT TASSELS ENJOY POPULARITY require brush to be compactly piled than $3,000,000. Tis would save an
V -h.0Was t a h ,,ldughter ,WN Ratk who nave been FOR TOUT WOMEN T at a safe distance from living trees, annual loss of $20,000,000 for timber
'la y. amerign at Old Myst, .CmmL, and Arrival of an' oldfashion this sea- Tassela ate ,enjoying a glorious Sometimes this brush is burned under alone, to say nothing of the enormous
Ub aatr b t6wM points, have returned home, to on which will be becoming to the reign of populajty. They fall from direction of a forest officer; but even loss of life, the loss to new tree
the d t of ir many friends. stout woman is the "polemase"-*- tae back and agorn the panels of if it is allowed to stand, no fire that growth, the loss to soll fertlty the
.i s as"se4 d They spe"t &. ost plsnat summer. style which gives simple lines to the skirts not to mention the increasing starts finds fuel by which it can damage to river courses and adjacent
tat t 1~ 0 M r11vel a g"u t body. vogue for long4ppaeled fringes which spread. farm country, and the dep-eclation in
10t. pI-I .a1 etak ofMobi t Anotaer good model Is the very long, edge the draped4kirti of today. And The national forests are constantly forest wealth and la4d values.
-I Ie S hi 1. A plain coat-which may be worn p-. the new pointe-, tunics are nearly al-
.he e l tow Miss Da&f. Ryer. Is the guest of rate or as a part of a suit-eming ways finished with heavy tassels.
Sfe in Nw Yr ty, where she almost to the edge of the skirt ad. FARMERSTO P AN FIGHT
S,' S.is hva 1 d hafvlnia t l vistt.. often cut alighUtly shorter at e sides Subscbe-for The Journal. O L
....ar C.Wo .n are nw .. ON BOLL WEEVIL PEST
u a N t ome at NW & w Vahome former- ON BOLL V
~ w 4 ly.' tthe AlIm. Evme s % W Every woman covets a shape-
i e f( Mr. s I: T.Wtaon are ex-. 'ly figu" d many of them and to acquaint there w ways and
ST tmw t tei last o~ October depWore loss of their girl- Gathering Will Be Held at means of m a niin th raves of
___in h 1M forms after marriage. Natchez, Miss., For This hepe I. E. Dai of t Natc
-? s t 3 n1Y 5 uH.E C c,-v The of children is Purpose on November 24- chamber ofcommerce passed t ou
l3_ sll e t 2ib1 mother's Ft_ oethaa S br the use of 27, and All -the Southern o, ,t Sr n osse
o--"t r tbd growing in ,f -- --- 6sliti.ent prepares the- States Will Be Repre- d.utatrs t the orS a co-
o.d .ody for mthe srain upon it.. aw the of her miss oners or agiulture o tho
-M hrA s Frlsdi makes the dwofld carries her states to att e Nathl eonvn-
*.: .. I fUNX KKAL OP INFANT safely through this c 1lcrItA tion and me delegates who win rep-
L^ *. "E' cha 4r, resent es
." "OF C. b. WILSON, JR. JThousd gra sB y Assochtd Prte s. resntmth e la intmsa o
.1'.A ,( .. .E The tuareral CwfTteO les r-5 tie f deri et d Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 1.-A spe- The dreaded bal weevil crossed the
l" ove Wil3a, hJr.. took place from .the derived fm the us eial from Jackson, Miss., says: Mississippi river at or near Natcoez
a a e yt afternoon, at 3 Of this remedy. What promises to be the most no- one year ago. The historic city on
o elock. Rev. saL. ibley of the Isk slMse ft.o.t S.St l table gathering of farmers ever held the Mississippi is therefore regarded
S he ts.embers of ir Pre tran chrch conducting M ADWLP n l T. -- In the soutl will take pl1ce at Nat- as the most appropriate place for a
H|i^l. mt te 00 s the services A large number of aL-m chex, from November 24 to 27, incli- convention at which way's nd means
Stbekly by. the ge friends f te family were res- sive. The prime purpose of the gath- tf fighting the pest should be dia-
e-nt -- .w. Oet at the sad went, the sympathy ering is to prepare the farmers of the cussed, and at the approaching con-
' %. s was bry M. M M oali be s tend dtv, nw paren tsh J h cotton belt east of the Mississippi vention all the Info-maiton that j
ft bowL M1~.of the riSa boy wo had he Journal D a y ashon Feature river to battle with the boll weevil, possible to present the 'bjet will
il w ,a --0mmm-aIL a struggled toa pitifully unequal strug- be offered. The United States depart-
b .l.. l he Auxiliary will g 3 with rim death Itself, to ucome ment of agriculture hba proved its
wt Oetober S2- out vanqulfiC yet peaceful after the eo-operaeto, i s weil h ive twenty or
beows of slaying w cale had been MF more pf its specIal ageats..headed bY
S at the mMJREa. hours of suff one. u Dr. S. A. nKapp, in ttene ce
Iu After leaving the home, the funeral 1 0 W 10 jTA
,w*,..2Sco tr*tc._.tege. Waere its w eny took place. Johns extra well broken horses and
, with te tim id, SIihtly coiear wIth snow. mules for sle. W. R. t.
his f cc When you se thAt klpd of a weather '- COr & E Garden
Sthe yana was at forest you kaow that rheumatism n eweSt
lI j-a take 1. ~ay kid o weather, is at hand. Get ready foro A lo f o
iefc" t now by getting a bottle of Ballard's .A ot of old newspaper,
M.-a y we gave for rml chfl llblal, first bite. tS ,e,- 5 t tied ip n, t b. Jo
.?u t n t. ^ will- soreand stf joints and muscles, all .aT
s m ms ,. ,'Sjof the aches and paini. ISe, 5c and $1.00 W1Jna lal ofi- o



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CareI snos, WeAnnounceU HUnUeU.

THS ARRIVAL OF OUR
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"e oem0ta-p. THING N1CE 8ARY TO
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fPoorms aoUtARY 1 \\ will suit us; the stlits we'll
ABOUT WHAT is coM- -- f show you, made for us bv siky iniah at
I.NG IN. 12OOK ]OR OUR ^ Hart,Schaffner & Marx, will
HA D suNAY. suit your ideas, your body, THE

ita hING D0L d ure and
OIl *Snt W *ISAL Fri andEi byctree a5n t -a rs
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7, isisunt woult serve as well for w't weight broadloth, or ay t the allilk that doe it.l
'' *I^ .... Agents Nunnally'S or ilk-and-wool materials. The bodice of the toww was simpy trimmed, b-t l--a "-
SCandy. IS COM the effect of the gown, as te co lorg as de well choeor us by Heavy ray
ne was used a foundation tr this embrdery te work beityoug arrie dea, your body,
South i a conventional patter shades of gray a tle black orange, green d your price
Agn.s Nunnally's and gold. The buttons on either bodice of the front were orage, almost co- tr .
ered with embroidered web tI gray tlak. The little loops were of gray to
T..- sa the effect of, and the gown, as the coloring was so well chosenet Heavy gray


Ot-,


Ivory Soap is ,
as soothing., a* -den
ing as the finest una-
dulterated Castile soap.
It sho-ld be used for
every, purpose for which
pure Castile soap is used
-for baby's bath as well
as for washing every-
thing hewears;hisunder-
clothes, his frocks, his
st'w-lnngs, 9Fy igaf.d&
hias from the top of his
little oald head to the
tips of his' pink and
white toes.
Ivory Soap
99 ..Per. C.. Pr.




'JAILS ARE FULL


11 HOfI R *NU

Many Pa ticipdats in ReR.
ccnt Upris ig Against
Davila Government
Are in Prison.

By Am28s6d P
New Orleamns Oct. l.-Timeoto Mi.
raids, commandante of the distdot of
Celba, Honduras, before Prealest De'
vUl came into power, arrived h e
last aight on the steamer Ells. He
claimed that Honduran jails are flU
both of men and women held In con.
nection with the recent uprisgil
against the Iavila government. He
said also that favorites of the so"
ernment are getting rich and allWt
that a government employee of El Pe.
Wakr 11 hm f-~- -A


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Une i tures mon UIs made Vve,0
In Honduras through the custoima do-
partment.
CLOSING NOTICE.
Beginning Saturday, O.
tober 3rd, The Penacol
Bank & Trust Cmo ,4uy will *
close at the same hour as all
other banks in the city, viz.
noon. Friends and pstrom
will please be governed ac-
cordingly. ,
SubAcribe for The Journal.

J. C. Pettermon & Co.
Having secured rm GOfO U. S. Svn-
nenat at pOrlea on Seatv sft
od .0 f t 82mt9Obw 9 am.
cmmesan, at Bag y.me pet mI-
teMsa mug one benebe mie boe
Nfo et OE n. me maw
J. C. P'FrTRSON M .

LATEST FAD IN
HAIR GOODS
Coronet Puffs, wavy and
straight switches, fluffy hair
rolls. Hair nets in maiWrtJ
shades. Best goods at lowest
prices at
Mrs. Not dstromu's Millinery,
No. 11 East Intend'eai St.
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY":


YS i_ ant Someone Else May Have. sw A. ADVERTISE IT S. S What You Have Someone Else May Wa4
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I ILoking For a Home?

i T hle can behad on easy trm .........$ 25.00
ramw n ~. m ol w ret ern ent steet ot 30 by
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.. ..t. i. 11. na rth Of m the city, frOtint both
.; I.J^4. y L Ceady to with n acrt., all under fence
$........................... .. .1000.00
No.itoat NO. 210 and 212 North Coyot
Slnvssti nt. for both .---- 1000"S
5 lo fin on Pordldo Bay, with beautiful
.K' Oh iW1so.uth of Miview, with two house.
...*...."........................................... 2100.00
....i.. W.. Cor. .Jackson and Devulers street, upon
duisiit,'atuatede on VW Zarragoesa street, leased for
11SSSmorabIe 'building lets on *North HI. having a
W 10fomet south, by a depth of 150 feet, situated on a
blp. en Tag s tre nearr Roana street. with

WTALM PPOPRmTY OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT YOUR WANTS.
t01 1SWANCE A SPUcIALTY. LOAN MADE IN ANY AMOUNTS
S. .... AT CURRENT RATES.
1 @- NSgpggyg ggiOR CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.

SOOTON &, WATSON.
. "! -. MT 19 NTAL JACKET'^
"\ .M m TllATe, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
:'-." ..- .... -Phon No. 5,4.

I n^ p l ____________


:;A 9ocl boy with blcy-
LO~r aundff. loctit
a m' m u ch c o w a t o n me. IA D-
loctif
Kodk dovelsng end Print-
5ebaeem-seek mom sm2otli
-ii t l3ui o k4m g.

athe= ~ et~t
FA~ md gm&i, co. Ad.S~






QS.WC "owe,'care fe II


B&SVIAYS AND MONDAYS we wil
gwelyz a new patmutd tea-maktang
pa hevrynu-rchsofDaies Toa
iT~se~atTtbT'5sO Phonoe M.


Palafox Street


Stores

FOR RENT


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

taE 6 WiAL. AEMN, Ats.
THE RENTAL AGENTS.


-AUd kinds of me armsto clesa BALDWIN ONT Tru k Farm for
tr. To iat and dupUcatany! ae. saw aim the netIrlash potatoes,
m. especial work that Oths etc., soe this. year. Rare opportunity
to do. Frank W. LawS, 3 and a baraia Aim registered Jer-
i ey bul rom dam with record of 20 Iba
S batter ti 1 week. P. W. Paulson, Siver-
r to lmake yow e66" a"_, Ala. 2octt
I do any kind of electrical or I
repairing. LlcOyd A Borneo. LAuua~ tat load. 44-inch beam. 7
uan. Phon 019. Pmept ae. Sped about 10 milesper
.- b.. ...... we a ,A. A Wrthiton. 6 W. Ro-


BI-A good beat UIt SWr uub-
nets. wM O r_
W4,b0 reasonable. amt.

ID-Tor orders for fresh meat
etabaa Delvare say Irt o
PsOne 1um6. ilsept
WI-A* ket ds of senOd-hand
eIng hm to us; ship them to
ne us-.; write. to us. Corner
end AIcans street. Telephone
F, 8. LMelen & Co. sept
S.--A buyer for 15 lots to i ne
d house with 5 tota on East Hi1.
adrews. 7 N. Palafox St. $Septttf
t no Mewo that the
rhat 4= vwaett t onse is to put
TheJournal's Want column.
Ofy reads them and they bring
Ovr time.


Stdatime to **tar.a oe'
~d~i;~et ayea,&r age. pet

am 0 yoer towS or the Bee

D-Teur shoes b roter whil
WAatI. a.
w.-Irw @bo OD WW wu

ag. slur


FOR RENT.
'AND ONAY TS e wl
Wa AWw patted tea-ankamg
S evth erypur.hase of Dailey's
g 6r Cltee. at. The Te Store. P
48&26sept
NOR.I T-4-roi cottage. bath and
-aslted at 1Ul? E. dadien. Apply
I- Lewis.wG 1019 Odaddn. or at
Wa r Drug Co. 24sept
SHAVE ay ing for tent why not
P. --nsUae it In t e olumns? svery.



S'e s Palafa. o. po
Gaodm m mn m th av1ue. $10
Sout TaweaoMa ft.. 3s .WA
^BI. maylen. 80.060.
S WetCervantes. $10.00.
S at 12th street. *. $l.
m modern. $174%0
; "umana. 63 60.
: Bat Wright Ut.. $25.


West Main. 8800 .
^I & ntendeia. 3 SO.
JOHN N DAT
a man--G-4-M


0R AXt -CRl-. U. o t. complete.
a a Qw. 2 heifer and lot
at 6cs ukum start for small capital.
Apply W m i.L Pensacola. Z7septlw*
FOR SALM-- mcand-hand leather mat
and back barber chair. Cash or on
timpe. Cheap. Slooma Furniture Co.,
2W-2l W. GCoveuam t. hoeptim
SATURDAY AND MONDAY we will
give away a new patented tea-making
on with every purchase atof Dailey's
T or Cofee, at The Tea Stars. Phone
0400. sept


FOR SALE-A fine I-story house with all
modern conveniences. on East Hill, one
block front car Ite and on a corner fac-
eg south and east. Large lot, $3500.
FOR SALE-Beautitul home on Bayou
SChico. the improvements coot mor
than the sale price, at $4000.
A S-room house and 6 lots on East Hill,
at $1500.
A 5-room house and 3 lots on WeAt Gar-
den, $1300.
A $-room house, corner lot, N. Spring
St. Close in. $2300.
A S-room house and 3 lots on North
8obSg. at 3$22.
A ne Iaonm the comern of Chase and
DeVWIer street, at $2000.
ottage on W. Government St., $1200.
Cottage on Lttle Bayou at $1500.
Som business on Palafox.
Garden, ynand Da Sts. Pri-
ces on reauest.
Also some arms for sale.
JOHN N. DAY, i 4 A Garden St.


BEAD ODLT-AW Latest novelty out;
Ain eoatr red. white, blue and amber.
sent to any address on receipt of fifty
cents. postpaid. Phone 1029, P. 0. Box

MS-ARPENT PLACE, 7 miles from Pen-
sacola, mile West of Olive station,
known as 7-mile House, on old Jackson
road. 30 acres farming and tobacco land.
fenced and crose-fenced with woven-wire
fence, balance partly cleared, partly tim-
ber. PFne oaks, pear. chestnut and other
tre4s. Stream running through: many
aprlags on place; also buggy. harness
wagn and farminl tools. 3 1-room houses.


L. S. BROWN 6
A gnsThkesed UBlokI
Offi8 SCoAd FlOW.
$ 400-Lota 1 and 2, Block 133,
City.


New


S0-Lot 70x137 north side Cervante
street, between ISth and 14th Ave.
$ 735-Lots 11 and 12. Block 7 New
City. overlooking the bay. No
more like these.
$ 850-2% lots on Jackson St., ust east
of No. 400. south front.
220-6 lots on North HIL
$2650-Choice building lot on Strong St.
between residences of R. A. Hyer
and J. S. McGaughhy, 92xi6. Ab-
solutely the only one left In this
choice residence section.
$1100-4-room cottage. No. 415 N. 6th
avenue, part cash balance ~ay
terms.
$2000--No. 505 East Gadsdn. street, 7
rooms.
1750--No. 914 East Strong St.
$2350-No. 515 North 7th avenue.
33150--No. 423 E. Cervantes St.
$3150-Takes the 6-room cottage eoMt
half of Block 232, New City. Part
cash.


$4200--House and lot, northwest earner
of Romana and Spring street. This
is close in and a bargain.
$4500-Two-story dwelling and corner lot.
near Escambia Hotel, bargsa..
$ BO--Each, 3-room houses. No. 1114 N.
**" St. and 120S W. Wagner, cO
terms of $6 per month.
$ 900 and $1200-4 and 5-room cottages
ready for occupancy about Oct.
15th, on terms of $10.00 and $15.00
per month. This is the best prop-
osition that has ever been offered
to a wace-earnie or anyone want-
ing to own thek own home, on
plans like rent.
Other property for the asking.
If you have money and wil lend it on
Cgit-edge security, call and -s us. We
have several thousand dollars In first-
class mortgages bearing eight per cent,
interest payable every three months.
'Our specialty is selling property for
others, writing fire insurance and mak-
ing mortgage loMas. We Invite you to
do business with us either in person or
through correpodece


MONEY TO LOAN.
IF YOU WANT TO BORMOW umoey;
or If you would lIke to lend some at a
good rate of Intereet ongIt-edet d se-
,ritty, try The Journal's Want Columns.
It in the quickest, easiest and cheapest
way.
WE have $100,000.00 is n --*1 t
class, a per cent mortgages ou eoty real
estate in any amount from $100.M
you have worked for yoar money, now let
It work for you. The Fse Real Rotate


h toolung to yoa." We t
AMency,2 So PaaoD eStreet ,10-uta


on irst mortgage a ved city Prep-
erty. How much do-e 3.Ps7!, MM -
doignothing? LI-I U. US
MONTH LOANED oa k- -'Bat
mat ur maety o naS rt noles s
terms. subirba iota eld-an easy la-
metES E . GOv2C W... 3 W. UrANN
MONET LOANED. ron fe tast and
sacola on aboft motdes. iw
W. -aru. U6 UA 28


PERSONAL.

IF THE HOUm&wLra, whose cook left
without notice is wise, she will place an
ad. In these columns for another and thus
and all the trouble at one..


Some Rare Bargains
12500-6 rooms, bath, gas, electricity,
sewer and all modern. North H1I,
one block from Palafox.
$8500-- rooms. East den street. be-
tween 8th and 9 avenues. Bath,
electricty. $N00 cash, balance,
ser cent. This house cost over
$4000.00.
$1000--5 rooms and ball, East DeSoto.
near 10th avenue. Lot 6x137%.
$100 cash, $20 month.
$2100-5 rooms and hall, new. East Jack-
son street, between 11th and 12th
avenues. Terms easy.
You can buy a home cheaper now than
you will be able to later to the year.
$25,000 to lend in amounts from $100 up,
on Improved real estate.



Leslie E. Brooks Co.

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
43 South Palafk Street.


HOTELS.
SATURDAY AND MONDAYS we will
give away with every purchase of
Dailey's Tea or Coffee, a new patented
tea-making spoon. The Tea Store. Phone
400. 25sept
Old newspapers are usm at all times
e ither n the store or WOth hmea. The
.Journal sels them at WWts per bundle
Tbey are neatly tied a dConvenient t
WINTER RESORT-tW "Old MU1'" Inn.
on bay shore, 10 mtnuaes ride Mrm city
on electric car un wT be open for the
winter Oct. 1. A eeren conveniences.
Address MIss Lale Vps, Old. MUl"
Inn, Pensacola, Fla. P on e 3W. Isept
IOST-A gad OpperemkIt to rent or ex-
change or. wht aye_ have nm
y s ieto U The ,Jeonars want
EVERY HOTEL in West Florida and
South Alabama sho0 cery a small ad
In this column. The coot Is only $1.50
per month for four liner s les.

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 want?

SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL.


V Afm ____ o im nn t floh 41%9


wt-. t; TA.Z -W -r :.2I-UU! W U Il lUbHII UK IIIIII II
-bar and other, outhouses. suitable forum uu 111 IIIU
sanitartum, country club. factory, hotel
or stock farming. Price $3,000. For sale
or exchange for city property, improved B
or uniproved. in part payment, and the
balance in cash. For particulars, address
0. A. von Havasy. P. 0. Box 603 or Fisher
Real Estate Agener. 17se lUm
FOR SALE OR RENT--eabresxe cottage
gand aboutI I acres land. extending Being a housewife doesn't ncccssarily mean thinking
Harry W. G ^. S. Patfo St. "pots and pans," nor living in an atuiosphcre of soap suds
FOR SAL-.econd-hanrao & and settled melancholy.
oBach Piano; cheap andon easy terms You can get your hilshand a dinner that won't raise
PTHone 33. 'ept hob with his digestion and keep a tidy little home for him,

.ons at 15c acy. Fullof illustration too, without Jeing a household drudge-if you read Jour*
and local views. Just the thing to send to _
out-of-town friends. They are ready for nal Want Ads.
a"i B RAll most women need to make housework a joy-at

A16 East sladeen street, -_t.-N_ least to make it bearable-is some little couiccting link
mom house. good condition, now rented. a -- -.---,..- in the
er month. Cn be bought for with outside affairs-to mae a pleasant break in the day.
Ssurrded by had trees' Through the Journal you winl be able to find some-
t=] .ILClutter. at"The Clutter Music'
l Taug! body in the busy businme world who will pay you for
OR sAX- ..a uantity of od giving a couple of hours a day to their business. Just think
S"-a ref wra tre o s. ~ jt the up what you can do best and most enjoyably-then look
thilg for wrapphta or packing purposes. *
.. .min he Journa f(w on awhoy w10W-nts i
rOR SALE ADS. always bring results. he Journal f or ody who wants it.
Why dot you try The Journal's Want It will take your nmd completely beyond your own
Ads.? They are moing wonderful things *
for other people di why not you- front gate-and bring it back to home affairs with a new
TO~mST~w S thetna'tos Penda- zest for your housework and a new love for everybody
to frinat h. It d with t- in the hOSC.
Tractive p htumes asne and views from i th h. .o. s _
0e t. atme bc. r e at ok s or Journal Want Ads. will help you to become a part of

POR sAL-Purs fresh o.ve. o. Just the big game-pmt new interest in your life-and crisp,
evSedM 0 M aCM m new bank notes in vour course.
Paleh e~ SoI %


HELP WANTED.
WANTED-A girl at once. to help with
sewing in a tailor shop. Also one dress
maker. W. K. Bishop, 12 W. Romana St
Zoct3t


AGENTS WANTED In every section to'
write the best accident and health in-
surance In existence. $25 week easy
made. Write A. M. Steen, Jr., Manager for
Florida. Palatka, Fla. 2oct2w*
WANTED-A boy to learn printing trade
and feed printing presses. Apply to
Mayes Printing Co., 24 W. Government
St. loctit
WANTED-Experienced accountant. Give
full particulars and salary wanted. Geo.
E. Wood Lumber Co., Caryville, Fla.
loct4t
WANTED-Instructor in German for pri-
vate lessons, by young man. Address
"German," Care Journal. 28septlw*
WANTED--A first-class short order and
general cook, steady position and good
salary to reliable party. No drunkards
need apply. Address. Cafe, Postoffice
Box No. 1. Quincy, Florida. 29septlw*
WANTED-Clerk for general store. Lady
or gentleman. Give -references, age,
experience and salary wanted. Geo. E.
Wood Lumber Co.. Caryville, Fla.- septSt
WANTED-A carrier boy with a wheel.
Apply Circulation Department, Journ .I.
27sept
SATURDAYS AND MONDAYS we will
give away a new patented tea-making
spoon with every purchase at The Tea.
Store. Phone 400. 26sept
WANTED--Middle-age. wnite 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. Morgan, 102 East Cervantes street.
City. lseptlm.
WANTED-Railwa Ma Clerks, Mall
Carriers, Postofllce Clerks, $1100.00
yearly. Vacation. Preparation free.
Examinations here November 18th: com-
mon education sufficient Write Imme-
diately. Franklin Institute, Rochester, N.
Y. Saeptim*


DWELLINGS
WEST SIDE.
212 W. Wright St. ......... $MO00
1800 N. Palafox St. .......... $15.00
905 N. Reus St. .............. $12.50
724 W. Zarrgoa ............$10.00
1315 W. Jackson St. ..........$10.00
207 N14. Reus St. .............$15.00


$2600.00


For a 20-room


nished hotel with large

lot on West side of
Brent Hard Road, near
Oil Mill.

Call and see our list
of property.

FOR RENT.
EAST SIDE.
1211 E. Cervantes St. ........
M fDeSet So St........'.* *
Cor. 13th Ave. and 10th 0.... -O
Vor. 15th Ave. and 14th t. ...
Cor. fth Ave. and Dote- ... .
o. 12 Intdenca ......
Me. M E. Intandencia ......
STORES.


THE A, B, C OF INVESTMENT
Is to bug' W e thme property must increase in value.
and "Buy Where t Is for the Interest of the Seller to Have That Property
Grow "
The first rule is so plan that no argument is needed. The second of
these two rules--
Buy Where It Is for the Inteeat of the Seller to- Have that Property
Grow, Is worth moot careful eoniaderation.
The broad prelcple of Rumel Sage's advice. "Young Man. Buy Real
Estate." will soon rank with Horeace Greeley's aphorism-"-Young Man, Go
West," and the advice is good.. but does It, not strike you, that if you are
going to buy, you might as well buy the best, that is buy lots with the
company that buds and develops?
All we ask yo to do in 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 date.
You can buy theo .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 o nt monthly, no Interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
and mortgage or .ll cash with liberal discount.
Only 250 lots will be sold at present -prices. W hen 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.
TYte street car line e 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 sext
few years take place in Real Estate, and mark these words. East Pensacola
will be a record breaker.
No lots saold to 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 Bold.
The Pensacola Investment Co.,
1 North Palafox St.


THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
"THE RENT COLLECTORS'
REAL ESTATE, RENTS d LOANS
206 S. Pletafe St. P onee 8. PensOeels. Fnaeda4


MISC.T-T-ANEOUS.

J. C. YOUNG will repair your umbrella.
Makp it good as new. Chargesmoder-
ate. 22% S. Tarragona, between Garden
and Romana Sts. Sseept


SATURDAYS AND MONDAY we will
give away a new patented tea-making
spoon with every purchase of Daley's
Tea or Coffee, at Tp Tea Store. Phone
400. U20pt
NOTICE-I will not be responsible for
debts contracted by Savtine L Poide-
vant or anyone else. M. LePoldewant.
24eptlm*


A. H. McLEOD & CO., Oilmakers-4n-
vase from 14-Unch to -Inch4, t an
weights. LargTeO ofpy I Awning Goods
Tents. Cot& H- alwa In

IT MAKES NO DIPFXENCE what
you've loa or found, or what yeu have
for sale or want to by or ectbng; It
makes no difference whether you want to
employ anyone or want a jbb. The Jour-
nal's Want Ads. afford the dasoet. qui*c-
est and cheapest method.

TRY a Tailor-Made. Horse Shoe, Concave
Toe Weight. Wagon repairs of an
kinds. Win. E. Taylor. CbhIoy. P l. 1y
MERCHANTS TRA FED O. .Thaor. 3
Thorsen Prop., o t a k
moving and" hauling. Puott*e padd
for shipment- Purnimturestrd. Offltee
phone 173. Depot phone 70C. -2IJotf
TO CATTLE O*N33-4 have pAeO
bred Jersey buB hr o9ee. Raes -$
in advance. Roger OwIey. comer tM
avenue and 24th street, city.
YOU ARE JUDGEOD by yeor prnthng.
V# g -o to have ht he H&V


APALACHICOLA.


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MARKETREPORT.


PfNSACOLA COTTON MARKET
The following port io ftaWisedaff
for The Journa by Marks & Gayl P.O.
3. etonne merehauts, Peasaco:a. na.
Good addltug........................
riet rk mlMing ......................

NAVAL STORES.
Savamsah. Go.. Oct. I.-Tell-ewlS.
are the naval stores quetatloWes: '
WW ............................. 6.
We ...............................W.
N ...................... ........... t 1
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S......................... .. TO T


.........................3 2 % f to 2
S............... . *.. 2 T I%
1gn.-,._ ." "*


t It= no av - m Svri uenune, V^t a% ts.
BOARD AND ROOMS. i tdone at the M.reS P .it ca.ing s w. fir
ROOMS FUREISHED OR UNF R- TIM ER MARKET.
ph1 N A nJNO.A.zsretphneg B681W e c j The timber market show& an am'
nished, 10o wpN.'Alcanis streethe wntat wAy w only S during the week. Thirty-&Wt averages
feet roller window awaing m a 1M a O p, 25 cetston a b f 40bt
FOR RENT-Two completely, furnished j eo tr n Oth er quotations or- as follows: 27%.
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. oot averageS on 40-foot b s 424Sand
Use of gas. bath and phone. Apply in 24% cents; 25-foot averages on a 4049oo"
mornings. Phone 1225. 2oetlOto bass, 2 3 to 23% cents.
FOR SALE EDUCATIONAL.There is fair demand forabove
OaAverages, but none for smaller. Receipts
TWO ROOMS COMPLETELY FUR- NORMAL COURSE. COWMERVATORY were light during the week.
nished for light housekeeping. Both Method: Harmony, Pedagogy L C. S.
gas and phone. 301 W. Chase St. Students qualify for teaching. Certilate PENSACOLA PRICES.
sept29tf awarded. Madame S. Elose Hull. Phone
--_ 867 loctim IiAVllSaOI-
FOR RENT--One room *ith board for -867. lcti p am---
two. Private family. One block from MISS LILLA McKINLEY will reopen her M ib b is.-
East Hill car !ine. near water front. private school October 1st. at her resl- 20 to 25 pounds ......... 11
References exchanged. Gentlemen pre- dence 609 N. Sth avenue. Pupils for p"lat.S.ho ulr 12 *
erred. Box 724, Pensacola, Fla. night school ala" receIved. 30septt S MC at. S l e r-
3..eptlw. D. S. Meats (per b.)-
MISS MARGARET M CLAY will reopen Bellies. 25 to 3 lb 11% 1
BOARD AND nOOMS-Large house, her Kindergarten at 316 W. Strong ontouers ............ ** s 0
pleasantly and centrally located. 219 street on Monday, October the 5th. Phone am (per' 1b 1-
Guillemarde St. 20sept 72_9. 27septIm anvass .......... 1S% 10
Plicnlic----------------...1
TWO UNFURNISHED rooms, close in; MUSIC-Miss Lllie Williams, 1325 E. utto" (per i)-27
good neighborhood. Apply 425 East Fourteenth street, pbone $02. 23Sep2w Goshen andcreamtery 2 -2
Zarragossa. ilsept / Cheese =pr )-
ENGLISH-LUTHERAN. School. 24 West New York Daises ... 1% 1
FOR RENT-Comfortable furnished rooms Garden street, begins October 1st. coffee (per lb.)-
with gas and bath. one block from Pala- Grades one to eight, inclusive. For terms CMSmn .............. .7
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 1septlm* apply Riedel, Pricpal, 10 West Gar- ..........
Sden street. 20sept2w Prim ................ .
LARGE. well ventilated rooms, with east- ...* . . 23
ern and southern exposures, with or MRS. MAE WEBB C l.tTTER will resume Rice (er 7 b)- 7
without meals ;table beat market affords. her teaching of pipe or'- piano and Fancy ead *...... .*...* *
Gas, bath. Car line. 401 East Gregory. voice October the first. Address 813 East MedimS ...............**- *****
6septlm* Gadsden street. Phone 1542. Iseept2w Cracked ............. 3% 0 4
.I& Japan fancy. ..........: S%*
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished MR. WILLIAM PACKIAM. Mus. fta., Japan. good ......... 5 %
front room, southern and eastern ex- Organist of Christ Church. Sin M. Plour (per bbL)-
posure. phone and bath, to desirable Piano, Theory. Lepson at Pupils' re.- Fancy Patent ......... .40 *N .-
party. North Hill. Private family. Ad- dances; also organ. P. 0. Address. Pen- Patent ..........*...... *** .
dress Box 5;4. iSaug sacola, Fla. IgseptIm S tra ht.a............... 4.90
..... .Extra Fancy.......... .1
LOST. PIANO LESSONS-4ois Gertrude Fried-, Lrd -- man. Phone 272. 222 W. Cervans. tund. T 0, ae... 1 1
TWO POINTED DOGS. near poorhouse. ,0* -- pound tub-- c over.
One white. with liver spots. Very long MRS. WILLIAM BES S ". Cergls.altiy SO-pound swe *
and leun. had on round leather collar. graduate, has had long and cessful 10pmound om a -e Over.
Other solid red, fat and has wart on top experience in plain. hatab1.U; Is ready 5-pItted tla5--. e over.
of hack. just above tail. Reward for to take advan__edn p O In technique, 3--potm .n--c over.
return to W. AV. Martin. at McMillan phrasing and Music l t co- On (per gaL)
Co.'s stables. 120 W. Intendencla. 27sept bining Critical Masic Study, History, Kerosne inbarrelS..
WE will give away a new patented tea-hr will be ed Kind n Pork.perbbl..........
making spoon er Saturday and n- l New and attractive etho 1 .... 5
or Coffee, at The Tea Stor-. Pbone 400. Et Gadaen. 1eptm GRAIN AND FEEl .
sePt2- MISS BEI.L WHITING will re-open her Cora,.O bu )-- .
PARTIES out of a Job snoumd try The school October st, at 521 N Spring St. i orte ............. ::::.........: 4
I Journal's Want Columns. The cost Is ,septr Oats. per bu ....................-
small and results almost certain. At any OCTOBER 1st. Miss Z. D. Adams win Hay. (per -'- eA
rate, they are worth trying, for you have open hor classes In Grawmar school Tmothy .................. 4ASIS'0
all to gain and nothing to lose. branches. Literatu.2;tory. etc. Johnson .. ..............r .. L
ALSO Alfalfa ..... ........... **-
1 FOR SALE. Imnent-Ptmanic Shortbaw. Typewr- BraJ. per cwt. .........***
Di uctaton in Commrcia Leter. Shorts. what .......... -.
LIaw Papers, etc. Address 411 W. Grenory (racked corn. per 90-lb sack 1. .7v
FOR^E-Lo7and1.o 10 St. Telephone 1273. :eptlm* ulk Osns, 2 ii less.
City. Ui. W. Marble. 730 Twelfth Av... ehe .t Bulk & 1 le
I loctlw Ground oats and Corn. sack 1.S-.75
FOR SALE at a bargain, a lot 65xl25 feet. A S. ull, per ton ............. --
I with 4-room house. located at 04 N. M. A. BAKER CO. col. er .......
"G-" street. Apply on premises. 29septlw*e MANUFACTURERS Corn mea bolted ............
IWHITE PEKIN DUCKS-For prices and le Turpentine S Grlts sackP..........-.-.-.
Sinformaton white w. S. Myers. P. 0. 1 G ,rRUIT AND PoR U = ..
Box 7. Warrington. Fla. 29sept2w L T ria and e
-rnisjed by t-o
POR SALE-Four white rabbits. full Counllims 0 Co1. a ae flos:I....
Grown, at $1.00 each. Address C R. Irish Poa**a wMta. pr
Long, Andalusia. Ala. 29sep O 8wweet Potatoes, per bu .........--*.
Cabbae...per crat...........S
FOR SALE-Two upright wall show Lenmon. pr box ...............
cases, cheap. Apply Gem Book Store. New alons lper bu ..............---
27septlw car.le.. hbi
FOR SALE-Two bull terrors, male and uwnw.per bu"................. .
female, pedigreed. Two years old. Ap- s s ldb .................-.*
ply W. Humphries, 236 East Gregory. e ir dops ..............
S27 septlw per des.......
FOR SALE-A Sing-r unriversal feed shoe try. per de .........
repair mahint-. good an new. Apply All Work TOest. w" -.--. e. sep. em' Gro...........
'G v e'. UQ -em weut asree ,27sLJ wA We I ls hr aork aW e ams Per bunch ............


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BOARDING HOUSES. DLuna St ................
09 E. LIntendencia ............
National Hotel. 18 rooms ....$75.00 10 South Twraoona ........
120 South Tarragona .......
300 E. Wright St. ...........925.00 1 W. Romana ...............
15-room house on E. Gregory. .15.00 Store on South Palafox St.
216 S. DeVilliers St. ........... $10.65 Store near Palafox.
Cor. 'Remana and Palafox Sts.. two offices upstairs.
An Investment.
We have for sale at a sacrifice to right party, a large afh. doer and bMad
h factory and planing mill, situated at Bagdad and Pensaeola Fla. Thta plae t
- Is up-to-date In every was and can be purchased on very roea ao e teom.


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^FIUJ fEfva -l The foremost dermatologist in
Bisaprone, ;NT-D- Praace, Dr. Sabouranda at Paris, aud
UUII i IUA% ba e .. f covered that a microbe caused bald-
sepNe* Mlr. zL W*..-"a"l, rtnaoe To prove their theory, Dr. Ba-
Se eeek ourand Infected a guinea pig with at's the way to remove the first ban
aBorAx, oc UM T. -. O'Caiag ewOrleans, some of the.e *microbes, and in a
GO-L.N D *U T .T Pensi cola's New Haven For ra, was a guest o Mt. nd Mrs. G. R. comparatively sort tine the animal Couifoi and happiness m the home. Ideal fo0
., _HI~ljBS0 0 W W ^ .u1 ~Banders last Friday. H.e came here was denuded of every hair that was .. .
as all desir le clanmnig Unfortunate Sailors; Its he St t e. on its body.net hi.toi^ and ing, heating and lightig. Economical, too.
rmless ad f .nd. Im the both be..ks of E hemists were employed by the
1683= and, /---,-, fi -o sibiities m big river. He re.otad tO New Or- United Drug Co.. Boston. Mass., to
flT ned o* O1u t less via Mobile, Ala., st Saturday. find the means of destroying these LA.
iate n. Reverend A.J .de P rep os microbes and a remedy that would PENSACOLA GAS COMPr
U......e. ...o...d el s meeting att Saraine nh, create a new growth of hair were Phn -4.24.and- 2.7E G dnSr
ALLS ome hot omthirty newmembersbeing the hair roots had not been entirely_-
rOCSO.. Services are being conducted in the otered 1 tile chsta faito n destroy bn en Pone y. 24 and 27 E. Garden Ste
-.'m-s its f i~uii Llyltto ty intO new Seamen's Bethel located 0 But ded. t the ock. of After monthL. of study. experi nmet-
$dis *.new Zarrasenssa street, the upper ron ms Mrs. H. H. Williams of San Pran- Ing and research work, they dis-
remove geaSe, g5rme having already been devoted t the cisco, Cal., and daughter, Annie 8.. covered what they claimed would do
.e.. t.. Bethel proper and the lower to the have been the ests of her n- what was demanded. To unques- -
tS od Prebytean h A r. _aggle rDavid, for the tionably prove their theory, 100 lead-
Sleanl ei Sand Ole e- though not thoroughly fitted, the new past four or ve- das, returned via ng druggists. located in as many
SBethel I already affordingshelter to Jackson. Ala., last Monday. She ac- different cities, were requestedto
a Limited number of destitute sailors, knowledge herself highly pleased each furnish the name of a respon- 8OV
and Is l iving u atim-bftiry pt lse of with Blu.. Springs. sible person suffering from falling
s y and rm eCta yott e great work which s being r Bright Rae and children hair baldns. Each these
7, by Rev. H. C. Cushman and his able wnt to Pensacola on a week's visit persons were furnished three bottles
assistants, to her ssater, Mrs. King last Friday. of the preparation with a request to
international Reading R Mrs. Kate awson ofABrewton Ala., give a thorough trial and report re-
Among the plans which are rwele- sad children were down here, on a uits.
.g attention at the hand t Rev. to her many friends and rela- Five of these persons failed to re-
u shman of late Is the establishment tyv s atpo rrday port. Two declared they had been Whatever may be the after operations o
of four distinct international reading Rev. A. J. Browning went to Castle- bald for years; that their hair folli- .
rooms where persons various a& -ury. Ala.. to conduct a revival chure eles had long been closed aad their Ielnent in the world of LuancC, the battn.i,
tlonalliUes mar be aprpriately service last Saturday. scalps were smooth and glossy.
grouped with- a view toward fr per Mrs. BaiTrrow sadthe children of Ninety-three of the 100 tin en- CO... tCCC is uniformly found to be in spend
qMoLff In the social and moral oouditioms Mr. G. R. Sti nto .n...t to Canoe, thusiasUc reports, stated that they than one
*^--la wH W y aofw eal GuR., whoow ayv tsia roter o e h .hdtel th te hair-restorsng than O rs, and saving the surplus. Sav
S.peaacoia Bethel, ta cet, is to R. Stanto.. o n qualities of the preparation, and ex- the great secret of success.
a be divided Into apartments for the Mis Nancy Maso died on Septem pressed sincere thanks for the won-
va r i,," vous countries. repredeo tave s o 25th, at the ag of fifty years. derful benefits brought about by Its W
S which may be called pon to spend a WIlks Taylorrf Mobi Ala., use. In conemoratlon of this. the Wepay four per cent. compounded on y
.... a-short time or several weeks as the was among us a short while last Sat- new preparation was named Rexall -
case may be In this harbor. There e aurdy. 93" Hair Tonic. m.g..
P tR t. F AIR AN COMPANY to be four rooms, each of which are Mr. A. f. IYAlemberte of Pensacola, We sell this remedy with tan dis- .
WRY 8+ 6 . - "AIUA "A^I .....to be fitted with reading tables and was up here onm business last Fri- tinct understanding that It is free of COsaiitCrial C aCCOUntS Solicited-
llAItY OAP. the esal ake. such other matters of interest and day cost to the user in every case where
comfort as Rev. Cushman ay be be Mr. Saltman went to Pensacola on It does not completely remove dan-
. able to afford with the suitable co- business last Satrday druff, stimulate the hair follicles,. re-
l n lU n llMr. Bud Medlock of Pensacola, was vitalize the hair roots, stop the air _
r U Will Not Be Present. a pleasant vtltor here Sunday. from failing out, grow new hair and
To-morrow will mark the opeaf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCaskill of make the scalp free from irritation.
of the New Home and ustitate for Pine Barren, 3la., visited hi.n parents. ,Rexall"93"'Hair Tonic comesintwo
men n New York Cty, which r. ad Mrs. Ed. McCaskill, at sizes: prices, 50c and $.00. The l
Sthe Pensacola repreetaUtives of the Nors lastudCrystal Pharmacy, Brent Building. o Pen cola Flo
eat- en invitat ons to attend.Rev. Cusb- -nat oas visit Sunay.
-r ihowever h. naasML S^ odecidedvthathe mt n MDav oftChumuek l, Designated Depository of the United Stat
W "www wIl l. be unable to oe present on ac- s a a v Electrcal Contractor . Kn.... oo. ..... ....
-- count of the large expense which aves last Sun Electrical flx ,t desk lights, heS. w. e w.N. ert. At.
1Those hWho Will Address m 1 S. *,'"1 -^ Xi| V-ow Who wirm raU A SSo his local plan& Local Interest, BOW- .^-_- NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE. Kicw0m H.
;: i iJever, Is Centered on the new n Ut. uie6 wet to P4 "* on business NO CO"RA T O LARGE. Keis Hys
,the Farmers Institutes ion to. a surprising extent, and there last Stunday. NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL
Is a vast amount of attention being Missizzle Bry o Pltanm, Ala., W P AK
S' -:-_ Net W-eek -paid to the opening of the famous h. who for some e has been the _. W.--r__K______________
&M; TtJCS and Next Week. gNew York new lnstitutio Mt guest of her uncle, Mr. Will Dick. re- 1Phon -3and 56.
"___-"-""I .--- with pool and billiard rooms, smok- turned to her home last Monday A
'f --- i "rom mdow bda mto accompanied by her cousin. --- "MONEY MAKE8 M
Ing rooms, shower baths, swimming morning accompanied by her cousin,
A telegram received late yesterday pools, a private banking system, con- Mss iLoste DIk Miss h lFloe hasAlabama
:*+,B: ..__ __ _,er__ fro_ Pro_. R_,' ._pe..,_ cert; alls,, a res~aua~nt chapel, ,sp been- very^ sick ?? aost the rtola lls, arrest "ra t n c.....
e d institutes, stated lal apartments for stewards, an o- se was here, but she s now con LANDCOMPANY W e ve D eclared Interest
that the.. folow ng speakers wo d a- cers and engineers' apartm ent, and a v aesVeV %. LU EN AED C R Sw.
that the following speakers would ad aptains parlor the whole presents A crowd of young folks took advan- UMm Dea"e M SHIN
SA lemga aired dress the rmers Institutes in this worthy criterion for smaller Institu- tage of the Sunday rate and went t LES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
breaks wh- cocounty nezt week: tion, and one which will be followed the oty of at last Sunday O n r S v n Acr t
A em i"t&- On homed alrtag and syrup mak- on a smaller scale throughout the e- morning, ,eatL there all day, re-
pou . o usmppe s tg C. K. eLMcQgrie. tire country. turning on the R # eloek train in the Advrtiem
*m. pf shade tobsec U. S. Expert. The Florida Room. evening, all having had a very good if you havAdvere an account with s call and have the inter
S * OU diversfled farming, George There is a Florida room at the New time. MASTER'S SALE. e on your book. If you ha not anumt, open up one and g
lTa, arrived I Ma e. York home for seamen; furnished Miss Easle Godfrey ame up from By virtue of a decree of foreclosure est on t for the -net quarter. Depoets made to the tenth
a < e J *Brolg, Prof. Bolfs, throughout by Pensacola, ender the Pensaecola a f days ago, as she is rendered by the Hon. J.J E t Wolfe, month bear Interest fer the quarter.
These i 5are to be held as auspices and due to the personal ef.- ,goingto beer of the unior tyt od m We pay fh pCr ii .i qtror.
f follows : fort of Rev. Cushman. clas mIn U I. -l t9. A. D. 1"41. In the case of B. Miles. Jr.. vs.
qgese san $I=ts toe Tuseday, October 6--Wale;nt Hill. When Florida seamen or Florida Mrs. Saltmaa and dhildren went to .oD. 7Re ntroeand his wife. Rebecca Ren- R NId A E l B
and Belle or Ver. Weneesdy Oct. 7.-Bluf springs. representatives of the society have Mr. -enacoha a nt -M enay topena tie, and the caseaofBasad Compan y. aco
for Yellow river 9 aI ; Ce Y. 32 pV. -., and Cottage occasion to visit the big metropolitan- Mr Jn t to Pensa- cpa tion, s. roe and
the d rtr ye il on a l e the south home of the organization, they will oe col n --lasm t M londay. Mry .. b-- oth of which cases are consolidated tIn Canatee DoScMI>.r .f e Ulcos lSteots.
All ot" vesem ls beat trad leavtag P'omaton at taken to the apartments for Florid- Mrs.- F. IL wGt mo aM Mrs. M A. thea o d decree I will on ondaythe rp
S oes. et treated to the ry best Adar, oth wt o r. Alava tt as. w. r M. & Cert ... w.
cargom ft.. ... ...sy. October t in tans. and treated t the vry best tb- on&visittotheirunt_ pubic outnr for cash, to the highest bid-
Et ry tip n several Thrday, ctober 8-Whntmlre which the institution affords. To have T _*_. on a visit to their aunt, der. during the legal hours of sale. in itna TIU-- O& btor. Aset. Obh. A*ss.
School Hose at Lj:30 a. a.; Mrytle a room in the fine new edifice is no Mrs. osey, last Tuesday. front of th County court House door, In
rove schod hoise at 3 p.. a.; Pensa- mean privilege, and In furnishing the Mr. and Mrs-.. Robert Byrnes and the City of Pensacola. E cambia County.
cola a cohl aW the. _. con a ght .apartment, the Pensacola Bethel has children moved ack to Mobile. Ala., tatd. h nd bein the
1 e so 3 d Prot- .olt writes: Ishope that the done credit to the entire state. for the winter to give their children County ofnucan mbaState ofFlorida, to-
^ a farmers wi hrl their wives and om R t Wor. better facilities to go to qool; they -wi The n:orts t quarterr of te.no.h- -- .
S. families, and that the school children A bit of work which has recently having lived at Nors l., the pt 'est quarter s mad o tg nod ing
4m s Vemus .wMei. has al. will be preset.m li lne wita this fallen to the lot of the local BetheL, summer at their country home. In Township five, north of Range TIhirt. I
t"dt -e rg6s t.haa r Sept. Cook has written the teachers and which bas been attractngwide Miss Craves of Sutherlind, Fla., One, west of Tallahassee Meridian, CIeCO D allK & TPUSt
Ieme to this put. has utlng that they and the children at- spread attention is the case of a it- first assistant teacher of School No. flwi, and also forty acre in the east
S l .iby C. 1C. and .. I a b tle Euglish cabin boy, who recently nine, arrived here Wednesday, Sep- Thirtyour. of Township Six. Northof.00
bWf"r e oya"as V-e- left his ship. and threw himself up- br .thh. TRarty-one. West. the forty acres
a0sa"~ _ll wlr ring M.RSC. H. THORNTON on the mercies of the Pensacola o. M No 1ealey of Pensaola. re crib l the NorEth Forty T. A. JENNINGS, CARL H. JE
*fes !, qestk^ DIED Y l-ST teICDAY clety. Upon being asked why he a incipal of School No. nine, arrived mos Tether with therem- PssM ePre a
S * .deserted his ship, he explained s. .ere Wednesday, September 30th. provemets thereon and the heredita-
-e@ a -o. ... a Mr. CJrella Ho--n desornt er- ply that the ship's emate had taken To-day children of all ages are on-- and appurtenances thereunto be-
Lr with a cargo of mabog- Mrs. Carollupn Honians Thorntcn, ply thatt the ship's mate had taken f T o Sebodl why you oSugh to ern beNECTO-
SAfriS .for the M wife of the late Ja. Thornton died a knotted rope to him, because e e am den at cost of purchaser. CT ought to.
S57t. I ogpX ted In port. at 8 a. m., October 1st. The fInr-al had been afraid to go aloft during a .se h rmp, _"*'tets m ed. C.H. IANEY. .F. l emme, i.. ea J. RJeatngs
't, sy: ( will take place from Christ ..hu.-ch hurricane at sea. He was on a Nor- on the counteasce of the Jlittle oct2o0w4w Special Master. Ouvlwer Jemap Tss. U. Wet. W. C. DS.rr.
B jg ,M Jagbsgaer James C. Clif- is survived by two daug .s. 'Irs. Ill as the result of the life he lead. .chool this morning, October r. -- Sealed proposals for pa.ing. curbing Lep Mayer. J. N Shopian, J. A. W i
ai inWle, arrived It.e J. M. Roberts and Mw~ Ervel-n S. Although, under the ci rumstaian at uc- we had a visitor here last and build __r _ck wal ,around the City T.A. eags, C H. JUa W. W. FISu0 U.
.4Gtrya Culb. Cap- Thornton. both of thi. e'ty. he was not entitled to hospital treat- Tuesday morning who generally i o at e s f th a f Pu
t__t ____ _____-_ mnt, he was taken under th~ comes around to see us about ica Wo ks at t.he Ocoe. ofdt theity Clerk
a wid storn f her ', of the local Bethel. iaht b weeks later in the season, his name a to G. AOo ard, Clerk1 t WE DO A GENERAL BND
) Gt-bara jMt qm. e health, and an opportunity offered was Winter. and he treated us all marked Proposals for Jail Wall.
l e e t s l te FIRST.-CLASS MUSIC him to return to England. This he rather cold' whle he was here. vThe we..k fw h pr oss are Bin-
p w.pleScedI dartag ier- POR ALL. OCCAIONS. refused, however, stating that he Miss Maggle Yo; of Comfort, F'la.. S square f.eet concrete sidewalk.
1Mt. yea s. he T es. vei NI OC E TA A wished above all things to obecome an arrived here Wedaneday. She is the 055 square feet tile walk to be relald.
ptby the w b- NO American. Enployment' was accord- present teacher t Byruville, l, 1-neal fet L-ot re curing.
j doe to the veseL at Mrs. Khing's. No. 1 South sBaylen. ingly secured for him, and he has u Mib Annb e Camron MaDrvid en 8h tons and blank forms of pro- i .
lasted for several days. Phone tUs. P. 0.. Bae 51. since remained In Pensacola. little bthe Jlast are on h ealk Ceti -engi e Th obtri ght b i reservted to
,11 I t he eXlpeted to lm e ____, _ist.... .....__"__. -.*th.e l.ast week. L < the Ca .y E ngnoc eer. The right is reserved I-' ---
--e--- epece to l- o s- e f A BANQUET Mrs. Magie ,exJid has .een 'to "" aW -- a ." .b. THl lTIZnNS N&r&r *'ATrIONBLT
spea before you wu do # -g sick with the chills and feverAht at .c.eri L. G. AYMARD. TH C 1A1 KJMA0
o V LS PORT. good If you coudn' t eat. What good .this writing Is up and feeling wery EARLE THORNTON i.-
.I1OmES IN PORT. cani food do a child when as soon as much better. 2o.t City Engineer. n IS ACOS.
1HMrB Bvan, 111van i Oe 316-1 _Naiff li M1611 it enters its stomach It !, eaten by Mi.s. Sarah' J. Harrison Is having AN ORoNWCE I ---- f a eIB i
a temst Bhip &o sm tt P r P Sa id worms. That's the reason your baby her house repaired and put In good T e Entitled: "An Ord nance to Reduce A GeLB"- -am"a -- -** ^aw -- Ceag
Br us, Pater som is alling, cross, pasty faced and thin, order for the coming cold weather. T*e Wmdth of amggs S t w
UE- ". ar -. ]Prentie. t248, Hsr ** --* w1l expel the worms and act ga a S cUi of the city of Pensacola. Florida: ere. ,S-,L-W --- -..
Z --"Z Jt ta -- tonic for the child. 25c. 50cj and$100 $l. .rA f 8ection 1. That the width of Adams
115 -I vI j (I street is hereby made fTirty-four and six- -


S Si. C onty. a tt-. tenths f'et (44.6) Instead of sixty fe.t .. -
to J. A. Merritt & Co. Sold and recommended by W. A. .- -_ (60) as heretofore, between Government
-lMxtW 1w,. Gale- *WX 0 jgL- 11g& D'Alemberte. drulggit sed apoftamry- and Zarragossa streets.
Transt Co "121 Salouth Palafx SOeet, PemA "meoa Specia to The Journal. Section 2. That the line of the west J- SBB. B U. 1CA.R. 5. W. Om. W. 3.
50Qt TM ~o?. 229 0- VOLUNTEE VETERA FIREMENe, -a w. side of Adams street remain unchanCed. Preideot. ViosPal-e-. hBl gi
M. Taylor. MM Of- VOLUNTFRR VETERAN FIREMEN Fla. Harris, Fla.. Oct. 1.-Mapy homes Section 3. That the fifteen and four-
aa Umber Co. here are made cheerful with bright tenths feet (l5.4) thus gained is hereby *
aStephens,S,-4,-Ha. Volunteer Veteran Fireen's Aasocia- A J'.S.a-i sparkling fires a.4 Jack Frost has lddd to the width of Seville S square. n
ben taking said width in an East and WestpThe
a tions meets at Knights of Columbus GA NE Sbeen trying to pay us a visit for the direction two hundred, twenty-five and
0- se1. Hall the first Friday in each month. past few day. fifteen one hundredths feet (=22.15) in-
or at p. Baeker, 16.3, J .N. ANDREWS., L- -. Capt. Asa Ward left Monday for stead of two hundred nine feet, nine in-
to "A08. ABCEDANIBNS, PresldenL --- PesoSeetion 4. That all ordinance and
Aven. Avegno. 1477, Secretary. Special to The JoursaoL. $3 barrels of rosin., part of ordinac In onflict herewit
A :dll_ _CO Bls. Garnierv. Fla.. Oct. 1,-Mr. W. J. The schooner Katherine B. passed be and the samo are hereby repealed. CAPTw i ANO UPMVthD POIy r
garks. O~W DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH. Barks was taken quite ill Saturday here this morning heavy laden with tUon s. That this ordinan ~ s..all
sNm 1 u otake effect Immediately upon Its passage
S1 g A huuan. 7,33. alerto Naoi L2S No- 19. Dlgy5SSrO O last with fever. At the prevent writ. lumber on her way to Pensacola. and aroalp p
ir M. Robas.on. elck a . O at uing he was still a very sick man. Mrs. C. A. Ward and three chil- Passed Sept. J 1905. .. J. OOl CAT I.. Ji3V3. T. U. w
Dx +- bArreja. u6 to i l Df ,,e Upe 4asume_. The launch Marise was u.p to th drew of Goasale,. Fla.. are the guests A -11, i.O. 1A.
tK. Arrea. 5 to zCA. N avis landing Garniers twice this of Capt Ward and family for a few I. G. AYMARD, Mayor. A General. 1 a1ies Tr Ua 3 Del Ks
S bk JohMon, 140, Ol areIN ry. week with freight. daCys. lerk. septoswrw A led ni d Amouns Seiolels; Shm.
B er The Viola carried out a load oa Mr. Ed. Spottswood will leave for m le i AMelr.
SLaaro1, 1 Pt de naval store- Tuesday from the Ray Pensacela Saturday where he will ac- Pensacola St. AnOrewsm andll
rX Wittoh & Co. NOTtS and Duae stiL ept a position there for the winter .tj ia Co-
,- &, oriNcksea e_ the a. Mr. F. C. Eaton is building a et. he having spent the summer here ,asK3S i JED CATNOAL.
1 0to "d "in. bmr. will be stage on his lot in Camp Walto. te guest of his sister Mrs. McGuire. W &. a". ar .
WMo" It Ge. for debts contract- Mrs. C. A. Ward and children and xm i L --P- AND
-.--' e4 the Crew of sl d v Ee. WHAT BOOTS ITT Mrs. Belle Wright and daughter, PM H i UNIVERnTY OF T" SrTATE OF STATE COILe OR
SL t C wVANSo.- "Empty dthy pwse into thy ead" Virgle were the guests of Mrs. John an FLORIDA. Tallabasse,
AgBs J t. f AMERICAMN-AVAL sTORMB C.. A youth was told to do, Martin and family Wednesday even- "- -. Q- i ASS- Fla. T g a s o
Ays- to J.A.o ns. Fbor by that act, and that aloee, 1ig. & A gre ttnlg for M- Ja gtrs. High staadar
-.SMasm 1270, Val- vacI. Shan it remain with yo'.. I c a eA=OIerL Em. '" eat" aaueness. iaic sad
t oe..t. "-,", 100 HEAD m" lo-n. er o- addess
Jeas. 1. Man ,But onet daoy-.noe- extra we-. b'ossen lP.ies- and ,-- I..i AAISfoa
|14"w. oawet. wothec'rewo "r m we p. m- i.an lm] for sale. W.L R. Tay-S r*---
149, O Ua -rew of _And promptly lost d his .h ead!... ___ _l0l '
3A. w. COWDY. -Form the October Beemma&. CI 0v CO ., M- E. Garden St. .-
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IiW HILIPS CIN 11 COURTS -
w. Pet. M aw nor stretch se. |r1f
SGoveror et, Caroli na T.eo.y to Be Offered to The Big Enameiware Sale
SWrs i l to Ths produce -er m e Disprove Charge That starts this morning at eight o'clock.
,i o. r n Go t i ma-. ,ted tIOeeon the coming engagement oft mw r a te
|!4. i so Z .f f .ecte. ae tedomt u t Trust Goit Rebates. -
r fIumAAL-E -AW. __-_ would seem that ttUe more ieem- Sale to-day and to-morrdw.
** 10 5 1 72.Z C..Z-:- ., TM <& mendation will be necemary.
*=a -No Nr vout S sAr, WEL -- HEARING BEING
a Xe KNOWN HERE, ARr.. i-D IN Theatre-goers will have the pleas.- IN CHICAGO 5, ad 25 c t ac
I..... 2 2 re of witnessing at popular prices K -M IN CHICAGO
e< -^ .- ^ S A1HEV0LLE ON CHARGE OF hAV-efrst three nights of next week a
41 sF n M .S ING e MZTI Fs UNDS WHILE repertoire of splendid plays by the / I I1
^^^ i * '-"w7 strongest stock orgewlw*ton that ever Government v& t Dis- L.1He 30110 O
:,'^ R te Yt-r" "IN played through the south. The com- Government to is-
S-- - pany is headed by the o eminine the t Rohfel-Or T -
S e vn rt ast I receive d aGlola Payton with a i po nation, On the Ground Largest values ever offered in Pensacola. Hundreds
A-. a tlWnram ron the governor of North pan of st acors Sad V That It Has Accepte Pre- of pieces worth from 75c to S1.2S.
,# 7*"ICar1WroBlafisinalhim mthatereu est of the best talent known to the re- f tial Rate rm
of ward ad been hn- ertoire stage.. The ayton steer ferential Rates From Ra Be eary and secure the big rin
.) red 0 that reglttUon papers had have not played in Pensaeola for rads This Bei In R- y an secure te ig against
Ss v Issu Wr Jagtfs rvey Witherspoon some time but they are very pleas- ..
PhlIp- labow11e w arrest at Ashe' antly remembered and their manyaint of petition.
; ville on the cthet of emrbesslinS friends will no doubt accord them a & n
funds '*h5 ta. aehmola. The reqni- rousing reception on tretr visit next -
!siti:s -- e telegram, had week which opens Monday night 5th. p.-
+-._,-- ,., l> f to t sheriffM at Ashe- with the new light problem play "The ByA o ttor-" "
VI l ero mo V4tl will prob bly Outside. AT HR e Chicago Oct. A -Stanard Oil atto-
..ve. -tAq Im A shbs v b neTs today presented evidence be- ore
" *;--bo show Is given between .e sets of Judlge Franklin In support of .the con-
8604116 Is 4CiA "L l 0known iii athe play and thr e a s, asM tension that the oil company has not
|f i|I t lfly.H w i i i the ecentformance.p e ned leach" W t" ,-oH
i UU Prii tasothe demo-r -ates from railroaft in different se-
WWW Scc0-bt -was defeated. The Star Re-opens. ons of the country y.
+, .'v ,- sevr al im atb prior to and a few The ta Theatre hearing was In the federal
b ad Pe- da r n ew o a build g in Judgb Beheas cour Open Under New Management
_M WbS Us i .nce tra eliad I a w hls a Pe t m-a dJohiing the court room I which
. R .t ,iec ct 41000W .r S fadMtg the afte rno on "a, t <
-b al..ot toAre weltWa s. JUge Landis pronounced hip Judgment
i. ning the moving p Moving Pictures Onlyre.
-O -, -, OZraditif.The Star willstow.n o__-4ad Is a phase of the attempt of the
tms reason requisiton moving turs nsie or government In a suit in chancery to. A 10-cent how efo
'"-,fra.. which there Is still much dem a have the S andard Oil Ciompanyu
th .ti under thenew aemetet Attoe 5 CENTS.
6* ,- men-01. _ITO "l a_ PMP-*em b"3 aoubt continue to aUract o arge crowds, i. i B Morri nn mnr
so"t$00 Bwser&(,epectyofad large logg and Charles B. Morrison, former
S-- r -- e CC. C. Bradle ago .represented the government, Continuous pe- fom n tac 10 e.
nII- I t 4t 04y. Subscribe to The Journal "aodthatoneotsorwoh; Ml a. Dttractvo mopennt for afo 2to ch10rp.n
..1haJudg Mort Rosenthl, both ofM whom t ,ttrct ama .n .
Appeared for the oal companytIn the
S- 1t0 Il Wn teI nr TnsI ,cn rn nThen pecta lar fine cam-. represented the _________________ -
a a n 't"e f t ra oa e-n I"I- "L c 1 IW ra a nv t company before Jdge Ferris.
DL. k.--. x I .1 ... .i 1Henry F. Pelton. general tracWe .N K T *
I thW the t | ||pH0U11eIN S manager of the Stand/IUttard Oil company, WRIGHT HAS CONTS 1 o
ow.ns l-MtlernKelit O' -, was vthe t witatss called to the
i-,. seem- j-" " * f fnstand adwill be the principal wit-
K IIIT= am a II lV IU li nee. to beIexaminMtIinte Chicago SELL MACHINP IN RAN
jeSA-Tt i_ II *llIIIlIIDA / IN Nm AMEOICI? hearing. The matin contentions of the
D AY Noo IeH l I!o UIIUII I i 111 nl l overnment on the angles of the hear
* ' _.._tug which are to be considered in the By Assoclated rPis These conditions reqire the Aen-
;++- *++ j m. ql,>^.^ l^ryf '.---- ______ ... examination of the.railroad witnesses Lemans, Oct. 1.-L.zarre Weller a can inventor to make two ights of
S' a. ill -.--. --p-Trialof r . .e.. that the StaadaW4 .Ol Company fifty kilometers each In a moderate ffty kilometers each in a moderate
F j'J P d--.--=_y Tra o .v- OThe Settlana f I wasve ebates yimalrods; that w e macn to carry two pe
sr c- -made to It; Pl sonsooe o r,.. an equvaen we-"nd
don Waldrop is Set For sion M that preferential ries.,were establish- he had ordered the construction of *ufflclent gasoline to allow a light of
t Foa go u estion Mfay Ds .nine f ed for its advantage a.id that'in addi- fifty aeroplanes on tLe Wright model, 200 kilometers.
S A -1 TO-MOrIOW. tion in many cases ae railroads so as he was convinced that the Wright Wilbur Wright has won the Aero
-+- ''I aWLC. -l Matter Of CattleiShip- manipulated the ,oen.rates that the brothers would be able to carry out Club's prize of $1000 for the longest
iil lell at b.is big oil company ha a = ecided advant their contract recently signed by flight over an enclosed ground, the
bo' .iUl'_ou s.r Gi -.. *.n l ir... i t... .... ountnt iHere. age over Its competitors, Wilbur Wright and himself, as the rep- time lmit of which expired at sa
.- It .al ie--e ....ft e wa ra the orunto On the last point 0he government resentatives of a syndicate, whiec set tonight His flgat of 1 hour and
jP el e** :' _ harge o m urd er, is to -be contention is that his, rates were specifies the payment to Mr. Wright 7 minutes and 11 44 aecoda, made
S* b givefrye a e t~ i..ary tearing Sat BrdayA M Pm made by ralmds free points Whtre of $100,000 by the syndicate on the Sept. 28, stands unbeate.L The con-
._ .before Co s t S Bellige r. and Oy ls.Oate .. tc- Independent companies had oil rein- accomplishment of certain conditions edition of the prise required that the
S A RY T IT HWLANDJ yesterday the sheri f nd deputies ,New Orleans, Oct. 1.-Local butch- erips in pro ftaitt, tie Standard Oh and granting to the syndicate the "ole flight should be made before sunset,
S. a in imso w* ot es W lag subpoenas on wit- ers who are trying to import Hondu- company refineries and that low rates right to construct the Wrigit type of which debarred from consideration
S,;.l '.- ~-~.l0-1, 1t. I- ~ e ,tb. ski ctin o, ran cattle for this market have bumi- were made from points where the big aeroplane in France and the colonies. iis other record-beating flights.
..m ,, , W lr e tbokill'th aoc vrred.n ed against a snag in a technicality as oil company had no competition.
WalM s p charge wi th having to whether Honduras may properly The defendant congpany seeks to
m h aie I-- shbtin ghim withe Win- be said to be in North *America. If t prove by Mr. Felton and other wit- with three aeroplanes and one sent DONT PAY CARRIERS.
W' "oAll|UiSsr an dhmlf.th rece i.ing in classed as being in Central Amerea, nesses that the allegation of prefer- off forty miles to starboard and Once mo the oural mast ca the
. -some. s iAh t d,being hot by Wil- and Central America is held to be dis- ential rates and favors are not true one forty miles to port, while the attention of Its subscribers to the pay.
woeUs with a s hot-g- cm OsBo by W, tinct from North America, the meat and that the oil company has unl- third went the same distance off the ng of subscriptions to carriers.
to. aml o t 3 'waslater. *arrested*an -and importing scheme is expected to fall. formly paid the same rates asked of bow. See what a great tan shaped Carriers are not authorized to col-
S. e o p was after arrested anhe because federal regiuations impose a other companies. area these airships could cover and lect for the Jornal It ely author-
ll at I a V M.h ag of r o th ninety-day quarantine upon all cattle Frequent cross examination of wit- how small a chance of any surprise by sized collectors In Pensaeola are
NN" 1. HAIts. hai-ge om ua.r. Imported, except from North America, nesses at the conclusion of different an opposing fleet." Messrs. J. A. Wales Sa. M. ac,
Plresm IL 1Tf NOTIC. Great Britain. Ireland and the Chan- parts of their testimony is expected G. Lambrecht, John Gerti and Elmer
s OMAsN* Tunp 0 ofrme rmee ry. NE nel Islands. It was announced today Lo enliven the hearing before Judge WN AMERICA. white. On the road the paper i rep-
. Bennn turday, Oc that the matter has been laid before Perris, who was appointed as a special YOUNG AMERICA. resented b Chares ., Steward a
the bureau of animal industry at Wash- commissioner by the federal judges of -- W. A. eal.
Sober 3rd, The P)- 1COq Inton, the t. Louis district to take testimony "Hi folks, for a poor man's family, Receipts signed by these genuemen
,I E L ,, IO - 'DEK 4b q N Ba11 -- in the suit. buy a good may imported olives." will be acknowledged by the office
S. sl FRUIT STEAMERS WILL Udence on other ponts in the case I he o'... shdughbut none other.e
ClO. at the UR hour as all USE WIRELESS TELEPHONE8 has been taken in a number of cities Yes ht tdagte dne ctn eventu- Don't pay carriers.
SeTH Eri M O USE the, c it .- an th gn n i d- yet, but they taink they acn et AS
k JI noon. Priends and patIo-is ew Orleans... Oct. -Wie le- ret evidence In the prefenwashing- a l t
... wi p phones are being bovtelne by t h and.- ..rlbd-. blast fde i
ls Cas1t of Uaal staard. C n Paristma in the Gulf and Caribbean b rJn1 10_."i o.... te...tionv -__
LS" .._'^yNe iatee s i n.g service. These telephones will Tsupple-

S- u a S- e tt sea or for two beets that distance three H P
Tp Wi I~gI einiuin f" tt.t from each other to owo.muelette |I|I| 1 11 1 / I N SIN2 f7ItI
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SIM AY, ocr. s1. one a1 t mmost prominent and --
worthy attractles at the Opera House LIFE'S ROAO
: ,.m* iW. n the user Mfture will be Henry B. ulsoo by Change of Feeid.
| t .r fHarris' production of Charles Klein's l nlI-
remarkable s access. "The Uon and Worry is a big load to carry and anA L O LA
S .. -nS -TE *. the Mose." Fe. w dramas produced unnecessary one. When aepo0panied.
during the pst wenty-fAve years have by indigestion it certainly is cause -
enjoyed the trlamp accorded this for the blues.
I t W, Lht great play, fesded the conditions But the whole trouble may be easily Investigation Is NOW Being
S .s aLmsia y. that surrous the workings of the thrown off and life's road be made
| - *trusts and ~sney kings of today. The easy and comfortable by proper eating Conducted in New York
SBh I-iig h *standard reached by Mr. Harris and the cultivation of good cheer. on in
,- I VU ______________________ ________ Hear what a Troy woman says:
t A-. o e y Two years ago I- madedn the acquaint- With This Idea in
reBetween Act. Dr. Malory Kennedy. &ne of GrapeSte and have used .
------ '- the food once a day and sometimes View.
etre ton h cit and re m twice, ever since.
h- ur. i-eed to te hcity and resumed "t time I began to use it life
LA" FiEE. his regular practice. Offce in Blount was a burden. I wa for years at- By Aioclated Pres.
~ A ey r we N mA Ie-ft tteM t Building. Hers 9:30 to 12, and 3 to licted with bilious sick headache. New York, Oct. 1.-Lieutenante
i baees6 p. iM., Monday. Smc e caused by Indigestion, and nothaB Swan ,recently appointed by the secre-
seemed to relieve me. tary of the navy to investigate the
-_. , a. "" "The trouble became so severe I applicability of aerial navigation to
_ _ _ _ _had to leave my work for days at a warfare, is in New York to consult
time..with A.M. Henrng, an aeroPla40 ex-
"My nerves were in such a state I pert.
I could not sleep and the doctor said I iUeutenant Swan said the govern-
W lHwas o the verge Of eros ll t-ment remudrements for the aeroplane
tion. I saw an adv. concerning Grape- to be used In the navy are far more
Nuts and bought a package for trati. difficult to meet thaa those of the
t. "What Grape-Nuts has doas for me army. The machine must be able
satS tai m ar v .nly oursl. I .n3 nw to stay in the air four hours. andO .
.sleep like a child, am entily free maintain an average speed of forty
;_ ......... ". :.*a.... ,__;__ nl from the old trouble and haveMt had miles an hour and should i be-able
T me sta ui is -Ubtanata d by the large num- a headache in over a year. I 1 to travel a distance of 20 miles If
S Abieof Stseons we are putting on the heads of dis- like a new person. I ave m necessary. It Mst also be able to
n m n nsaca. -Sti-F s and _fts in. all ended It to others. a I tart from the water, no trac or
m i eqiwU*g me m Ofts m all Iw ate noUmthng ht Qrpe-Nut. coum being available, as are usMed
te new usae 0 while working on the ie al wit.at present in starting a machine on
-tb new sham $3T- .5. and said e never f t betWr *HUsland.
lIfe." The aeroplane. a" it will be used by
"There's a Reason." the navy depart-_nt would not be
'..... *-,-_ I! A IUOnUM c- P4 N'ame glven by Postur ., h atte an offensive mappe. but would be
N4 U 5 iMInII .i rr (SV Creek. Mich. Read "nThe ]t to used for scoutingwp-- .
SBe AN - nt od GoVw't. Wevfile." In pkgs. "To equlp our shps with the plane
,.. -M CAm C LiOTHIltq 9tstu Ever read the above IttaWr A.Mw- would be t, eIncpe their eAtiency
P e*lT a.9 ...._. f-' lbi--. PhecO4 478 one appears from time to tin. "lTha y 30 per cent." s .-the lieutmaat-
are gems.ne, true, aMd fut u et ane"Suppose." he a "each ship do
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