Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 10 3, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01204
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
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..I. FOR -- SEVEN AGAIN S1 A4 l

1 EGHT YEARS HENCE Democratic Candi Re-
IN plies to Critics bIvpeech
Son-in-Law of President, In lnHni~eCity.,
..... .ANUG. .Spech at Rock Iland. .C
IN CHICAGO: Says Taft Should Lead COMPARES RECORD
S- Par For tight Years,
-T4 sr,.,Mr roethan and After Him, Wielder of WITHHUHES
6 t r se -ek Bany of them in Big Stick For Eight More. C
.- e .k.seven Ipef, : Also Cite Lineoln, Grant,
S -s Rock Islandr ., Oct. 2.-"Theodore NO ic -

".. S Rush .t, l ee Iractically de- # Roosevelt -for president agali eight
7J *(ro;ag ti*all4fao and years from now," was the declaration JOb, Conclud *ith the
brel ** e t. te. m of the pr ts soielw, Charge That an is Still
.mad- e today on tae ound oi the On, and CharWe to the
' *** **** Tri-State exposition to a large a- Tariff.
I I i dience that cheered this sentiment =.
W. '.agin and again
He first proposed that the republi- 'v Associe
ca I I leader for the next eight years IUncoln, Neb., 0 2.-Speaking
be W. H. Taft, who, if elected, as the before the Germa Bryan Club of
speaker was confident he would be, LtAnoln. Wiluan ivan hx.ilht =
l ''ul 4be returned to that office for answered -the crttm that have =
e Tl term. been ame of hi Governor =
-ollowing Taft as president, se- Hughesad other ,g a leaders =
I. l I IiI riously declared Loagworth, Theo- that his experienoer lo e
dore Roosevelt should be returned to not sufficient to aiUb W1 tor the k
the chair for the next eigst years. presidency. Bryas .i. ,rs audience =
The speaker then sharply attacked "Why this newborS el for exper- =
I**H~lhMAial '-*I^_ _--__, I-Bryan's policies, charging him wlth a lence* .-(5
kll ..I -1 _It theO tIeft of Roosevelt's Ideas, likening He eted Abra eola, Gene-i
Sp 1." _t-, _. haim to the abled ass., which mas- ra Grant, Benjaniia arrison and'
". 00k Ulto Q I Af- queraded in a lion's skin. MeKinley. as "aavlng iad no art
f "at L ,- ongworth asserted that Bryan uar public experie prevlou to (
l.. would be defeated for the presidency their nomination L er Govrr
I l nd '"O t at the poll in November an a result Hugsh. who, he said ad laid special
C.1'e-- a-s tir _of the statements Issued" from the empais on Taft's experience and
White Hose by President Roosevelt. quai tions, he deadyed he had but
s s s. two years experience's Governor of
hIt was re- New York, "and yet thought three
set Secretary t months ago e as well ied
epsb iea 3-for the presideswey
We pEL IST OFBryan quotedse t" show the
the-UWL94UGUUpanic Is still on i
Sa Lut- h1"E1 IITIItTC success will brib ,ga tae1.ght


3IG ADDITION TO THE


BRYAN CAMPAIGN FUND


JOURNAL FUND

IS NOW $535.00

The Journal's Bryan & Kern fund last night F
Passed the $500.00 mark, and we want to make it 4
$750.00 by Saturday, October 10th. Every good 2
Democrat should help the fund, and do so as quick- 2


ly as
gent.


possible, as the time is short and the need ur-
Send at least one dollar, and more if possible.


Yesterday's Contributions |
Reach Total of $146.50

Many loyal Democrats sent in their contributions r
yesterday, the total for the day being $146.50, as
follows:
Dc..Aocate of Jackson County, through Will H. Price, Chair-
man State Committee.. ..................... .....-$10040
Lee County Democrat, through W. H. Tovwes, county chair-
man, and Mon. Robt.L Ulley ..................... 2500
Capt. J. H. Harvell, Holly, Fla. lit.. ... ... ... .... . 10.50
Will H. Price, Chairman State Committee, Marianna -... 5.0S
H. H. Lewia, Marianna, Fla....... .... .... ..... ........ 00
H. 0. an lle .................... .... ..... ..... .. .. ". O
146.50
Previously acknowledge .. ...... .... ........ .. .... ..-J0 ..
Grand total.... .... .......... ....... .. .. $.. 00
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GREAT FLEET NOW




Static Armada Dropped
SIAnchor t oon D estw
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Jackson County Democrats
Send in $100 and Lee
County $25.00.

TOTAL OF $146.50
WAS RECEIVED

Chairman Will H. Price Sent
in His Check For $5.00 and
Sheriff Hays Lewis Con-
tributed a Similar Amount
to the Fund.

Yesterday was the banner day with
the Bryan and Kern .' enpu fund
in this section. The Journal receiving
a total from various sources of $146.50.
This swelled the campaign fund to
$35.00, and as everyone is interested
in the fight being made there is no
doubt but that the fund will continue
to grow, as Florida Democrats have
shown a determination to do their
part. At least $750 should be raised
by Oc. 10, one week from today, and
it n believed it can and will be done.
Good Cuftaibations.
Yesterday Capt. J. H. Harvell. .o01
Holly, sent In $10.50 from points in
that section. By lasi nlght's mai.
came the contributions to 'the fund
from the Democrats of Jackson and
ee counties, sent through HOl WAU
H. Price, chairman of the PIeri
Democratic committee. One check
for $1 represented what had been
donated in Jackson county, while
Chairman Price sent his ildividual
cheek tor $5 as his contribUltiL. Tuls
was accompanied by one from herL
Hays lAwis for a similar amount. The
Democrats of Lee county, through
Hon. Robt. Uilly and Hon. W. H.
Towles. contributed $16 to the fund.
$100 Contribution.
The following letters were received
from Chairman Price encle ia the
0oatributions:
Xarimna. Fla. Oct. 2. 19-.
Dear., $r p e
abak SW thUn-MI a Afd


Am ,Ie palc of 19W came g yer be- arb- of e.
As to W ti M I to the fore the Mc aney law wuu repealed. ...__ u
and the panic of 1907 C4me under a platform.
Staricrethwith re- Democratic Press tariff so high that thh' p M Newly.-Recte Rwcltive of Asat Pr.. Wishg yon
a there ex- platform, has pledged' the party to re- M-anila, Oct. 2.-With the brillieno noble 'work you
g t.it aon- -.Committee. vise it Immediately, and Taft says re- e
a g OM a&I eiv as e-mwas to blame vision will probably be downward." Republic of PaIama In- tropical sunlight pouring down on rifter t5 auser an
trtIml.oad" l a II I-.lw he hat- their polished guns and gl/ng atr the rurns
a ? u lefts 16s e cmuch By Assocated Pr. STUDENT IS staed aint -wnd be a t
WINS0110 16 -II ben di"-UDENT IS pigtheim ylaso staegnthafoYesterday.r thetnext
e~mni;ad eA" M .s a the t eeser's depart- Was ington, D. C.. Oct. 2.-Attor- from the stas c and srr the b unt that the peoptr w
.e Mat b 4" 0 .eat. ney General Bonaparte today made LOCKED IN CAR ing covered the h trl
he ee D, "WLl T r St A W40 not at h b public his reply to a letter he re- IPanama, Oct. -The most remark- launches ad excursion steamers Chairman State D
Seae t o t a lre i toak e ivrs ed from Josephue Danielsc chair- UW MISIN able political demonstration ever wit- ted the big hips up the a Committee.
Spi n ef et ake. man of the democratic press commit- W MI nesaed here marked the inaugur-Lioi Atlantic battleship fleet steamed slow From H
m y B taitm *'o w tee at Chicago, asking for facts con- to the presidency of Don Jose Domin- ly into Manila bay this afternoon adi
Mi- the eoaiai *NIW AU"IAl OtpaNa nected with prosecutions by the de- Hazet at Kentucky Univer- go De. Obaldia today. ThousandJ of sailing majestically acres the bay M ann
the t i t a t ast apartment of justice. including the Panamians thronged the streets cheer where Dewey and his men fought their Ho rk Ma
La g J T present standing of litigation against sity May Be Responsi- ing the president, and the popuia' e- historic fight with the Spanish fleet Dear Sir: He
SVaMoata. L, -,-Ot. I.--The Georgia trust. thuslasm was reflected in the warmat ten years ago, dropped anchor off the you my check for
a VIFlorida raefw y. Sewlt aoatract- The reply gives a summer o e ble ForLi of Youth. of his reception, when, on entering city. bation to the Brt
I id line rlugia rPii this place 100 cases prosecuted. substantially as the auditorium to take the, oath o, The fleet cleared the south channel pbagn fund.
miles anrth ret to aalehurst. was furnished in a report made public By Associated Press. office, the entire audience arose and shortly after noon and steamed up the With regards a
Formally o ed to the public today. two days ago. a copy of which the at- Lexington, Ky.. Oct. 2.-Through cheered him vociferously. center of the bay while does of Your
A special train brought 00 repre- torney general forwards to Mr. the sensational story of a small boy Shortly after 3 o'clock in the after- launches and steamers sailing proudly
"l T .seatlaties roB points along the line Daniels. Bonaparte says his depart- here, it is regarded as certain that noon Senor Obaldia was escorted by a along beside the monsters of the Lee Count
to this city. Work Is rapidly pro- meant has prosecuted all cases under Willis E. Smith, wao disappeared special committee from the Assembly, navy, sounded a discordant welcome
S"gr I 1g with a view to uniting the the Sherman anti-trust and Inter- from the State University on Tues- arrived at the auditorium, where the with whistles, cheers and every other Marianna,
..newly coastracted road with other state commerce laws that ave been ,day night of last week was over- president of the assembly administer- noise-making device that could be con- Pensacola Journal
1- divisions now in operation which will brought to its attention from re- powered, bound and gagged during ed the oath. In reply to Dr. Morale's thrived. Dear Si: Ec
kM q a Ides, Obt. 2.-T1ree oSi give a new short line between Madi- sponsible sources, where the facts dis- the course of a hazing at the Univer- address, President Obaldia delivered The ships presented a magnificent nd check for the
Ssstarti be on, Fla., an4 Augusta, Ga. closed warranted such aeVion. sity, placed In a box car, the door his offcal speech of acceptance. At appearance as they moved slowly dollars, beg amo
I fhLA I w, la oodi T h ea- closed and Smith shipped away. the conclusion of this ceremony there along and the sight of the long line Democratie campa
t it 9 ,E at .... the ead The car was shipped out of the was a reception in the yellow room evoked the wildest enthusiasm ard H. Towles. cnairn
A*atC3laq vicisd ea stc out of it. TA 'T T yards but no trace of it can be found, of the new national palace, the presi- the admiration of thousands that mocrat Executv
t saI pet nce is claiming many N V L T N the seal of the car was broken- and it dent being attended by the member crowded every point of vantage. As Hon. Robert Lilue
S.. at-m i feared the easualtee is said a student sealed it again, of his cabinet. Those present includ- the Connecticut led the line past Cor- You will also f
than ta d. A ed the foreign representatives and regidor the garrison there fired the ad- check for the um
SA LL M HARRY THAW WNT many distinguished ofcials, miral's salute. The prores through y own te
COME TO PITTSBURG the channel was made in single col- purpose.
**** * *"* AKE ST O K ITN CONCERNT Asoci- d PM NEWLY-ELECTED CUBAN umn, but as soon as the last ship of lease see that
S r-Al CROKER tTA KE STOCK IN CONCENk. .-Attorney Jack- OFFICIALS TAKE OFFICE the long line was safely ssed, sg- forwarded to he
CR~R OM lson today advised Sheriff James M y -- tnals were hosted for the double coi- (Ctinued
O DrovaG HOME nmpLander, of PWahite Plains. notto com- Havana. The esu n formation and in this maer
S NAT GOOODWIN Sperators Give UnanI ply, at least for the present, wth the candidate- who were elected to office ips steamed up the bay two
-- ..m...GIVEN DIVORCEw rits issued by the court of Peningsyl- in te towns and provinces through- T nabreoa g w s r e a
w l ork, Ot. 2.-That GIVE DIVORCE Endorsement to the New vania to produce Harry K. Thaw in out ba in ugut o uith ro ho k an o alge .hre in t SOUTHE
$ RiS" Crok e .ortme BA.fme e 4 Pilttsburg forthwith, protvincial governors., mayors and pro-n otclocotinue t orese eT I
M* ? lend wMill cIme to Aeno. Nev., Oct. 2.-NatC. Goodwin, Maretng Company, and Tinclal and town council. officially n terh lt e sel h c to ret. REOPI
, k s mrty atr : the comedian, was today grand stock Subscriptions W ill tered upon their new duties today. As As thships anchor Ge l
.-. l.e m In the announcement # Wila a consequence of.this, the officers of ton miitary comm anderin his.city,
-b hls eon. Richard, Jrt veore from his wife, Bease Hall Good- Later Be Opened to Gen- ? FURNACES IN the United State. army who were .. sent a wireless message co-eyin the K -
Sarrival ro ropeto- winbetterknown sta nam er pointed last April by Governor Magoo tis f himself, his aers N he Southern
S. of Maxine lUliott. The application l uAbic0Meeting Here ALABAMA TO as governors of the province of S n- the men of the army to Admiral Sper-. gve regular
or divorce was sealed, and no details On Monday E UME SOON t Compauri, latanzas. Havana rv and his men. Admiral Sperry r or than 1,Oi
Sof the cae were d public. R SUME SOON andPi ar "del Rio. for te purpose o plied thanking him for his kind wel- 9 tension shops
.securing better conditions. have with- come. ub of this c
I T Associated Pres. 4 w Governor General Smith witneged have been we
AM AY PH A ETahseF.,OBirtngha. Ala.. Oct. 2..-A ... the a-rival of the fleet from his launch A rlducedt
I- NEW ROADS MAY PURCHASE asF rmf h P IS NOW ^:S:Jg
Ta Aarg 1Oect. -- at-the Leon #. statement was given out from RIIV S NOW where he entertalnd a large pay of imt and sever
thotelheretis'afternoon, when Prel- reliable sources today that office
NEW ORLEANS TERMINALS dntJ Boyd, of theoperators' a within tenorfifn three O HIS WAY owne .offiche-
4'.. ... jl, vVl~a ..J.a J l-socLation, called the meeting to order # blast Iron furnaces would re- O m tnlr nhe oorowf a f
-akand statedIts object as being to co sume operations in Alabama, T THE ARTIC -grea.to peo
k" Oct. 2.-The Tribuue would. in the view of Wall street, have ~o w ni th e pn e n a tof the mdTforen the r 5twofdthe# TO THE AbIC-
i" -Lan important beadRpm p" the work. or"ators with the new naval soae- month two others woulddbe 0 1
i~ 7qssIsoa way. It was ing out of the Friscos financial plan marketing company. started up. e 7 Sloss-Shef #11 Aseetat. Pre7V.
hea~ e e-xcai ent The prospective sale of the Colo- The new-company was represented Steel nd Irtson Company ille St JByohns, ., Oct. Having
fb sale by the rado Southern. New Orlemas and Pa- through the Jacksonville board of start oI tfu comrag week Safely transterrcd a large supply o|
IaUciSco railroad ciSc may be among the measures trade by C. B. Rogers and Walter the Wfillltamon the rnace Coming- week, stores t he Peary Arctic steamer .JI T r girijyofTrB -
Se a eams e adopted for the Oou t of Corbet* poay will put its iroamaker i& # Roosevelt at Etah. West Greenland. DL iB HiN D CL OSED
atra. New the aces o the a"d San The operators were uaimous in 9 blast by the 10th last-, andJ the the auxiliary stemaier Erik arrived in
MO NaOLe Three Franciaco Railway syteam. There has their endorsement of the projected second laraace of the AlaaMan o this port today.
w act jo__tly been mch diseua o4se the last company, and substantial mlubcrtIP' eamsoWfdated Coal and Iron After the provisions and coal from Sw Amute Press* not a part of ta
Sa t ati. fetw months regardig the a l p- tis o stock were made. It was Company will shortly be put in the rt had been taken on board W.-hiugton. .-A coaureae, ereuleais eeagree
S es t s eso1 M..n sitlon of the "Trico and the securi- stated that when the a-rr w9e-l oMaton the Booesevelt, the latter steamer left of active workers in the baectrlolosy a privte o
Tpa eand Santa ties of the system, a well as of the with the operators of the state are to n es* orpad y will tsh eon An 18, bound north through Taber is was e behd eanc
OW Sou ther it Rock Islav, which e aomtrols the completed the stock of the new comt- a vetwofurnaceereadyfort he an Ba_. -_K-nedy Channel and .e... rg..r
ediagv aog he Fric" have been gratly depressed. pay will be opened for subscriptions toch before the 25th of the Robesoa Strait. It is the explorer's closed doors today for an exchange of The esat of the
'M.wi fth tbe Colorado Recently, however. they have deve- by the general public. oath. All the iron that t can hope either to enter the polar sea or views with regard to the iportaat orgaai s aort a
go PS.as a Paciic, oped marked strength. and It is said Messrs. Rogers and Crbett will be made here will be in de- to reach a point from which he can question concerning the relation of slon Of f remgtatie
aiaaly tameaeially in po- in trustworthy, quarters thatthe finan- to Pensacola on Monday for a cofevr. a aad. it is stated. easily get to Cape Columbia by Feb- human and bovine tuberculoets, sad soon as' A pro
te la the aeaqulstlm eg of the system's reqirements over ence with the naval stores interests ruary umt. Then he will make a daih the transmlsslbility of the latter to -Bits, te relation
T7 thta U4a0tr 1f what h the next year is practically asaurpd. is that city. g a 4 * M4l aera the nee se towards the gole. I human 'beings Ths m was i-q1 i< n lui
go eco. R


great success in the
Lre. doing In this
ad fully trusting that
of the election are
wll be demonstrated
four years, at least,
ill rule, I am.
y yours.
VLL H. PRICE,
democratic Executive
ays Lewis.
Fla., Oct. 2. 1909.
Lyes, Pensacola, Fli
with I bpg to hand
$5.00, as my contrite
yan and Kern cami
d best wishes. I amn
friend.
H. H. LEWIS.
Contributes.
Fla.. Oct. 1, 1909.
, Pensacola, Fla.
closed you will please
sum of twenty-five
unt collected for the
ign fund by Hon. WV
nan Lte County De
e Committee. and
y, of said county.
Mnd my Individual
of five dollars, being
aonlribution for thia
thc same Is promptly
treasurer of the Na.
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railway today 9
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since March 11 9
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200 men when at -
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S- LTCORNER 2 IY AND TARRAGONA STRI iTS. PHONE 825.
Ya 141 WESTT PRICK POSIBLE. WE DO NOT MAKE YOU PAY FOR OTHER PEOPLE'S BAD ACCOUNTS.


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01 iif can .............. ..9
Sf.Jmid em b.. ........ .... .


'I 21b cm 14......... .14
Jumbb cand.. .e
a21..an .... .14
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PiWiml lb c a --........-.2.


SW...... .................Ak... Pr e
Devld Ham. Uaw --od ............


Ryaline Oil, Cougbh Cure ............
Anticeptic, WaO nole ...............
Atr aRegulator.pks ...............
sootbl u er, wiastow's ..........
ft. at. =a..-c ...... ..'.........
Sgou O z. ............
Castor 0il round bottle. iS., 2 for*- -- .
CaMtor Oil. rus ....................
Talcum Pwders. Menmin's ..........
Paegorc ................ ........
Death Dr Aunt Hannah. toIr 9S-
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T-tbtna yeavortp.*..*....


S................Ak Price
We-U-kra. Lemon. Vanila. Baaana.
Sand P appo. 9c-.o r for .6
Usenrs'Lemon and Vanala, slMU ime .e
ge, or 3 for ........................2.
fPsnw em t, Mee sm, for ........... .0

FMe, Gumbo, Ib ............... ..
Ftmour. Mb Sak ..................,... 2
Plour, 12 lb BSack ................. i
Flour, 241b ack ..................... 7
FEED FOR CHICKENS.
Ota. Per lb .............. ......... 2
Oorm. Pr Ib ........................ 0s
Chop, Per Ib ....................... C
Scratch Feed for Hea-R per ISMb wk.. 2.52
Scratch Fee for Henas, per lb ...... 21
Wheat, per 10 0ha Uk................ .2.6
Wheat, per lb ................... .. 2
e Nute .......................... 14
r. coars and te. lllb pck .......
Oum. a (d :... ............... .
Gi=Wr Ale (Red Lock) quart .........2U


Hominy, V. C.. cmsan .............
Handkerchiefs ...........-..........-
Mney hi Ck AboN otra or 2 f% ..
lI k. b, ack ............................
Jelle .................................
Jello. lee er ...........
Joln. Welte Brand, p fruit......
Jelly. u= fruit, Mlc. or 2 for ........
Jam, Grape. Bech Nut- ..............
aut, 31bcas- ......................


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CREDIT

Lard. 'per lb ...............10
Lard. tsar ulk
Lad, Silva LsoW U h pal .......... 1 -
Lard, ON~ IA*% 5 pal .......... AY
LdMMr, m ....................1M
Lanmp, .anad e ..... ............ 25
InIBP, Kitcmaen Ief r. complete . .26
iUme. per bbl ....................... 1.
LAme, slack, pwbu ................. **5
^QEATS&
Hama, Dews PtlosI1, weased at time f
eals
aemon, wram per 16b........ Ask Pr.e


Sa. .etti, %I.por2................orAsk P2for. .
I IOM 4ouldlem ,perlb ............. .1.

Mil, vapemte, Slyer cow, SMaILS.
D 4meal. %lIb pkX, 5 etsaeor 2 for .0
ISpwegheW, %Ib pkg 5c r o ..09


Nudealn.per ptc ..................... .6 Pea. Early June ..................... 10
t er I kg-orVo ...... for -5 Pe Champion Erip ................ .12
dry. Ool l 's -1.-" ....ts .e- - Pleas. Black 3yt pir lb ............ 0W
.S ...... . ... .ncy M &..... l bn........... ......... 09
j-are l a* -g Sugar, Ganulaed. pr 1b fo.............
tMamrl 1ipf ro. -- ..**.......... *. gar, ranulate 4 l for5 . .
P tes, fo rtan-- ....-r .. m ... eugart, airsnulated. Ilb ......a for..... ...
kol es, el k ...........-. s Suar. granulated. 1 1b. S afor ..
anr, a l. g rot.e ... -: -----ar. ranulate, il or n for ........


O.s waf a rt ..-... ...:.... .. S .ima pe. ia a ................-... .1s
al.b p r t .. .. ............. . ;- 4 a, pr al ........................

c"" .... .. 3 mon.rr. Lmob w-t a--......- -...........-----.... .
OPtan ...s Twet, pr *p - -Ask o -atl. with rock c.an. ...........
Potatoes, I sh, p p r p............. t r .. ....... ............... --
Pickles. C B-. Chow Chow ........ p 1 s ca ........................ 9
Pickes, Hcmen's, 1 rantar, mixdr . a, ons. a mp ts .................... 0
P o H m 1 t ............. Illy H ot .24 Arrg, "o" "" ... ................ .A
Picie e, 1 ot Chow Chow en t Mrne ....-.---..... -
p4 lS :, .... ................. 4t.. .. .0
Po S ur. Mixed. .cBize-...-.-. .SIOAP AN TAW...................
ni Swete, c p sle ............. 3 al. per u e. c. or 2 ................ .-
P o f &. l. b c ----.... ----............ ...2 8 taon. C f ........................ ..
P n ls, L ubber tJ 6c kind.. ............ -- ptba. P. (.. et. 2 ..r.......... .-
P1 e Rubbmar tise heam. for ...." :.. .gcr White. Sc. "2 for- ............. .%
eache s lb can.. PI ................ - o- 4 grandpa Tar-o .................
Poaches, CaL. Tlr BrCand. 23c or 2 wules. TVas shaper --- ............--
for -/ 4.............. . . . . 1 Iv r ,. . . . .. .. ...
Pachlel Hour, Red Lemon. Sw-. et Marie ......-..-...........-..
SSS b c-----------------4........... calpforba Medicated. octs, Ur 2 for... .2
P Faches. Silb eR. Table.. Ga. Beau- Piton6er scourin ..................... -2
tieaueR u an or 2 tr ............... 3 o*.ral P...--..... ts........ ......... --
Potted Moat. Ham flavored ........04 fapollo ............................. .6
Pineaptle. cced, lib cans ... .. .. a Ban A a- ............................ .0-
pt-afeg Clib Tcan, ~ex. 23aedo re 2 ar Napohapower.................
for ... ........................ 19 Pearllis, powder .-..----------.... .S
Poneapple eue Rut ..................S EB lih .4. e ............. ..... .. 6
Tea 1111 Sa ae Tabl--.--- ------- .22 search, uk ..................... ..0
PsaIe36. Smela ol2e ...............13 St.rch, Colllo.. Sc. or 2 for--......... V
puottedk, b--------------------...... 4Strch. con. la l ............. .6
Peas.Sweet Wanakce. gb cats,. Ifc or Sardines, AMeric ..an. for....... ...
11W ...........-- .... ..-- ...-...- 1-25 Sardines, Im ported, 1 cts or 2 for 23


Sam*-, ,e ln .............
fauce. r ........ .........
Saue.. Tueataus ........... ....... .

sawe. MTc. M ................. .
teau'e. i et '9 .............. ,
Saae, Chilu ........................





Whole .V p b .. b ..............
"htolem n Deme al b..............,-.
Groumad pste. rpamlb...............
TomatoetsClipper, 11b.............. .-


Teas Tetly's. I-Mb ................ ..
Tea.Te Cleu. p --l)b .....--
TeG bulk. mixed, per Ilb ...............
ToieL, Lncb, lIb can ...............
east. Iuw b ............
ouh Shot.P 12 caue, 4c. 2 or .....
Stove PoUsh. X-Ra ..................
8 e 2pefl .for. .............. f
Torad a bll x er ............ .

kut. 2 qt .........................
MTlk Btsne .......................
Wa alsh. amnll .....................
G t sM............................
T t5 i .7fo............1
Washt eard. GUaM ..................
after, 13 cts or 2 for................


l-liill We understand that some of our competitors claim that we cannot give the weight and quality at the prices we quote. We wish to statetothe public,
vid patrons that we absolutely guarantee every article (except eggs) that leaves our store to be just what we represent it to be, and to reach the consumer I first-class c
_________ _v. r ^ if the y will weigh every package they receive from us. We als6 wish to state that this is not a Special sale as some of our pations segn to think, but our re
eTery two weeks for the benet of the public, and if you will cut this price list out and tack it up in some place where you can refer to it when you need anything
Sa.-ve you a few cents on almost every article you buy. We wish to assure the public that there is not an article in our store that we are selling at cost. We are making a f_
q-m --w '"-_..e"ll, and when you trade with us you may rest assured you buy goods as low as they can possibly be sold. We do not figure on owmuch we make on the goods we sell y
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our friends
mltion, anj
gular prices#
in our lKne,
ir legitimate
ou, but how


ship, sad to useehls opportunity con- reply. Mae expre ed
scdentiously was their obvious and sa- "Desr Mr. Murphree: mght be lost. J
cred duty. He further stated that ILe "I regret very much that I cannot pecte chage o
SIN-- i N K .... F S....101 Tt-roF"Rofpreet attheeoleW
SIHICT CO LGE FRstate made an anual appropriation nm'opor i o gWedae iO O SLa
.... ...0 .t o the cae of education, and Iy morning. h- chaneda
.- I IH IP plpr Trn BdfIt ad a right to eect that Its seas "You have placed me under maMY and tialtll
a- d daughter abou repay this ex- obligatim for your k n esses in the l lalrd is
p ead turein uculturedurationaland np- past. I sh all. ways ember w n
ttreotic citisenvship. aude the thoughtulaes of your in
*Dr. Moran followed Holloway M-aculty and sthtentb ody at the timef il
T r r -an address oe the desdrabilityof be*- ofl brotersde" an sa hall treas t
.,Th....e Case of Ha-i others Interesting Pc -og-iL Rend- comng we l vertel d In Chritia e amonsta the thing that Bhake life -Co f rc *-- Between South M w
Il .iphy. He s sed that It was o;nly worth.living threspectqshowne to bts s to a N
Taj Before Nt Y rk ered at State Instituid s that the best reelts could be obtain- adb of r ern oof cn n tro lIg.. a ivb
H..^^^ MjggS ff B S A "lr yil"w M th Woa' C e p t a .. .. ed The word loophy, be o toh his name to at b nw g building. tlso
l I Opening at Tafla- hisaudience, e up of two words "Wth best1e. yours very truly, President To-Day. ta the
....v'1. ..wi. sd'- ..... ..- ..eU re | isom', and no- "N. P. Be. YAN.e h e eoi
da.h.s.." where qn these found in their pur- Mr. Murpbree then fltroduced Gov- a
Sity save te all true wi ernor Broward, who began his address spel tao Jea. l O
dom Ao A thOrough study. by expressing the pleasure he felt at Iontoery, Ala., Oct I.-ecre- B i
e B o ""i 4. tI Cg40then, A ti b oth e bestoe e of the aame of "Bryane tary G. oreaer Da e o r h Rs' n
"o Oct. 2. Tallahaodsn o T1 he halls %e b W to ave a e ana co n isaln Har fors doery -Comotu ab A.ewith the enate lleS i h
eter corridrs of the academic building of plVt a .a ies." brilliant young senator, made him feel er of Geor ia, nd eL. Quares. e bU
A&, w-A the Woman'is C1laI presented a live- Dr. More a himself Is a ma tof the that it was but a sutting tribute to his of tae lbef as nit o a watis
. ly aad .de sc neyestary hghest-me training, ~ Is n ital-~ sem ory, ad he was colet that It Petrsbur, Va., are to pr t t ~
By* morning, before the pening exese ly lnt std t all matters rtal would prove to be as incentive to the matter of the thern Commera t hr
of the present term. Greetings be- to education. and-his words. combined student who should assemble there Conres to President Roosevelt m i ote Chat s
county i ttay ttl tween old friends and I tdictI0m s to with his WR anest d magnetic a3 in the years to come. re ponse to a telegram from Mr. Loeb t ote lit
A L- CAR epo ted that Iltictm.ents will be re' new teachers and Rupils, who will ner, made a deep. Impression upo his The governor then gave a graphic President R oosevelts secreary l d voel a p
ee t rnd County Attorney Darrin wU soon became trads, ema o f &ip.les-r audience.o ..description of Bryan's ear ly lifhe, his which Mr. eveltmappointed Eatv will Ca ke
Win -- -rset, more tbanthree or four wft. ant confusion of sounds, sand the bright The last half of the program wasu hard work on a lonely baek-woods wday mor.ng at 11:0 ooc as t de ging a re
s ."... He will either deny. or a antUelpations beaming from score o carried out in the new do ity to his ready seizure of opportuni- time for the conference, the repr-
/t.: r /pepeyUt that Mrs. Annis is to youngances was almost nlspiri sight. which everybody had new adow ned ties his steady application to study, sentatives of tae Southern Commer- West t s
ty of lgI. t r ue at e t1aes. w The attendant Is larger than was ex- In the large center hall of this &his bri liat success and his tragic enu. cal Iterests left last nght fr Wash- The west is em
., a tadea e-MM .t te t rea. s county jails whers pected by the faculty, even up to yes- were grouped the visitors froms town He also spoke of the advantages of a ngton. tory. tHe is
toee to. t e Captait Halo sa d, his brother are terday, ad the per el of the stu- and from abroad, while n the galeres thorough academic training, saying. o the west, d
t a & 8W 7 dogs about ty I a edlt is said by the Warden that dents is exceptionally rae. All the above stoeed the students, teachers and that the time was fast going by when Big Addition to the es. It I. In ain
ne .0 t,1 w i' I_ have are both in good physical aondi. new teachers have arrived S a the speakers. When. 1 had taken their the uneducated man or woman, how- -. nd eain u s uraet
fo r. MA out t L Tey stjW have their meals from ones were tn their places. looking places, President Murphr Stepped ever worthy, could hope to rise to the iyal ,gn l the vote that a
S-e ts ate' table of the warden. Cap. much refreshed by their term of rest forward and announced that he ed wa highest usefulness and honor. Oppor- for him iti the e
.-e aad m-a s' ppply of cigarettes has and recreation. The new e an, PrO importat communl00 tn o make, a- tunitles for learning wre open to all. ("ntnue. Fr iaet o his election Is gr
-' Tj wreo-e .- Ia h.dI te bee2X :t daiw by the warden. fessor Heathwole, is a man of d ter which Governor Brward w ld rich and poor alike, and only the in- tonal Democratic ExecI ve Commit- da. e
A-e al 3ismI "_* gushed appearance and digigled bear- make the dedlcatory address. different and slothful, or those mental- tee. In the meantm
S. ~~ .pa ar la s of Appetite~~ tlag, and wil doubtless prove a worthy Mr. Murphree said that he had been ly Incapacitated, would dbe willing to With regards, I am., .o these thins
*- .pB w e din S u. a _' aU tda d GROVE'S TAS T& successor to Professor Bdehols. suthoised 1y the bohad of control to be left In Ignorance. The speaker WIJlL H. PRIC. raised by the p
Lthe cavml atlion 1 W t C~ .TONIC drives Out nia n- The program was as Ifolows: state that the new buildlag was but also expressed his surprise that 'o Chairman State Democrat Eecutive elect their cani
ii s States oteeeat -ate 44 s. an % as up the system. For At the Chapel. the beginning of a dormitory system much should be written and spoken Comitt.e. time that each
i x b serra geiople and Childrea 5~c. Organ- VoluntWsry a-Mss r@ma Hau which they hoped to complete within about the "high school taxes" paid by Through Capt. Howell. bee. k to tal
-iestia t t .ome st*u >l l' .Tarbet. a very few years. Their present plan the poor man, and gave the informa.- A p ea the been ow
.-r.ft-.-- --. -_- p.- - .1" Reading of Scripture, Proverbs., ad provides for a dining hall on the west,i ti new to many of his wearers that he foow wa donated through now
2_age_ f tt t -ht m -e s m a Tr t chap.-Rev. Samuel Moran. on the north and south. repedeUvely. only fifty cents on ever" thousand dol- Capt. J. .. Harvell, of Holly. before but this i
SOr tht" .i.a 6*- .Prayer. another dormitory connected with the lar's worth of property was demanded J. H. H4rvell. Holly ......... 1 0, the individual De
l 0. v .. s a, t Hymn, "Come. Thou Almighty King.. central building by an arcade. and, in I s this state for educational purposes. G. V. Anderson. Holly ........ try have een as
lre tlf Hymaln, T Tvate Colara Holly....... lo part in the .
_pW Iii r .11 I WSSS ~.- _u i'elcoming address P Adeut A. A. the rear of the present academic build- He wasn told last summer by the gover- A. ley Hll .... 0 l prt in the
` armaaetgad lt nn.i A Murphree. lag, a handsome and commodious $SO,. nor of Mnichigan, that the tax in that D. n, Hiawha.te...... 1.0 executive, and for
b lge Intt Vrlan Ia., Oqit. 2.-Mr. a' d Mrs. Address-Hosn. W. M. Ho wpwaY. O hall, Which would contain all the state was 27 mills-here It Is only 7 J. W. Wo rtonS Hiawathas-. u a su other they houl
S ,.- WI.,, ,IIr Io of -- S. election. violin with pia Scoim- spe foneedefor chapel. lecturerooms mills! S Taw HiaWt ...... .. ,
Slo M it 1 o a s I ". ..a..re.... ddg ..... .. o t p osionniment-eMlis. H oftherg wand laboratories. etc. They contemplate In conclusion the governor said: .E. Roers. Hiawath ........ .li
ll .~l~2nrters a 3 lady that arrived at th re hdene ain Martha Cline. tearing down the old building. out of 'I hope to see the time when, through J. dumer. arr ......
Where -t ey may last Tuesday, whose given name is Address-Dr. Moran. which will be obtained enough mate- the realization of high ideal-. Incited Ottu A person, Holly .......... 0 A a b o
S y day this week from 3: e b in. At SY Bryt' an tHall. rial for the erection of a new.libary. and fostered by the combination ol D. Faircoth. HaaSper .......... 1.00 mralu etaof
0i. .-,A8, O r ... meshiiants ve beea pplug election piano and voice-Misses The president expressed for the stu- thorough intellectual and moral train- ~ Harper, Harper ........... e0e o t
taw will be made ter H g ite& lot of cotton for the past few Martha and Bars Cline. dents. the faculty and himself, the lg, the question will no longer he ask- J.. Math s. Holly............1.
rams. The disgage ip i begin to 'ahich shows up well for our Announcement of Name Given to warm latitudee they felt for the ulnail- ed-whether It Is wise to license such or O. C. Bell, Holly ..............1.0' C ght ~7 -=
"give ob 8e 3aend e tt ee t to am ers. though oetto crops are ut New Dormitory--President Murpbree. lug interest evinced in their welfare such questionable so-called necessary l...- gOO aad toe tae p a e
thee days a ld may stay lSrtit t a great extent. Dedicatory addresse-Governor N. B and advancement by the board of oan- evil. because the purified public l. Totl .. ...........e t t. e
ber 34, 1 depoatlag the 'Mr. 8.J. Gosile was up this week a .trol. After this. be called attention thought will bave come to look uponif Os. . ..10 throsut tpU
ti t nd sfy etsA before S. o.'cloe Mt g out io e of the old stock lum- Benediction-Dr. Moran. to the fact that the new Iuildng had only the good as worthy of retention. An Urget Appeal. e of the wre
the evetiag of the 24th. with the rHp- bar at Grlwth switch. Misses Tarbot. Martha Cline a as yet no name-. At the last meeting and will have banished all evil from There has been another urgent call tag th his
ramntative o the utheer Pas The Scte Mfgt.Co. is also making Mrs. Hequembourg are all new comers it had been overlooked both by the it, consciousness." sent out from the 4mocratie execu- be nxt ye"ar
swr Aasciation at RS Comm a Lshipment of Lum ber this week. and it was pleasant to ~ear on all board and himself, but he had since His address was met with hearty a ive committee oo n hicago. The co
stft, they a gt an extension of Mr. W. Weto I leaving today sides so many evidently slncere ex- hastened to repair the overnight by plause, anid doubtes tlhe idea hei so call, aone hatn m Ore m l....e
tMirty daq la that eas oclaoto." with SOW 10C te anms farLockhart. Ala... peesions of the delight felt b letter, and a dOciimon had bee reached ear nstly og-h toe nsl 'witll prove dnmande art one Ba a m kst be e cure i*
Sr ber excts. to engage in the log- large audience at the exquisite render- in time for an announcement to be a. insp ratio to his young hearers. I some way. .he D oee rat" have "
t a1V hrAY e'r aruabu oth th ugofn the mnuical numbersofthe pro- madeuponthepresetoccasi. After the benediction thevistor dcted their wc h o t -
'r were services at both th gra. The Tallahassee public Is par- He then gave the name as "Bryan were sow about the building and dollar and honet dollar onl, for
88 f y r.I s . tf of the mbers o e p rim .hd au po fue pr eeedtnOC dofAr te the bedco h v isitor deted thea mpoeat ar fa, lhont
alst and 0Methodist ebur hes last tieularly interested in' the prof eneo Hall." and stated that it was intended all expressed themselves as being they hve ome fr the pockets o
l a, which were I ry well at-. of the music faculty of the college, be- as a mark 4*respe t to Florida's III- greatly pleased at the vast Improve- individual DeWhOrats Sad good Deao- 1 C se I
Marri-ed. last 8 uday Mr. Allen use of the pleasure afonred them fated young nator whose sad death ments made in the grounds. the stately critics sos and daughters have done I w d o I

Wo*trr oiestS unayA en T. by the monthly vesper services which occurred so recently in Washington.- appearance of the ball, and especially, their part towar bllg up a b- le t at
r to iStell GayA. rre have come to occupy such an iaport- Here followed t- readings of letters the ample arrangements made for the statal pw-tgp ad th
o.i, rciating. The wedding wa- ant position on the list of their winter from the several members of the comnort and happleas of its inmates. On th other ud the republic
quite sunrise. diversions; consequently the marmurs board, received by Mr. Murphree In. The embers of the two Greek let- campaign fud has been recrlted
S ,-lbillo of soe s, r hl adds much to the Ing;. in that they indicated that there them suggesting the above name. The eases of a number of their friends. en- conprttee..
Posha. Ifs toe.would be no diminution of the public following excerpts arr taken from. tertailuag them In the dainty reception j. Bry anFts g'hafeugcd the committee t
At Treasure Uphambn sto quite the re.Dont enjoyment during the coming season. these letters: reams situated In the twin towers to show the sources from which their the whste and
evn stop ttmbhe weather of esget eool. Pre.lident Murphree made a short From Mr. Yonge. "Your sugestion Opening of the gallery on the eond campaign d has been drawn an l tte war.
ot. Ruic~an CQuite a number of our citizens at- opening address of welcome to the of 'Bryan Hall' as the name of our o %ChiOmessarer is ed on the other hand to ake pub- "Te ew
eweg to sieu t cool weatherouda e teachers and students, congratulatitg new dormitory, in honor of our lat p I nal and staw, and the lic to the world he tems of expense cnr M em
Owing to suhk coal weather, the them upon the enlarged accommoia- Senator Bryan, I think is an exceilmt Kappa Det- In green and w ite. Those which ha been incurred WY his cor- 'n h t ln I i
tee. Say That Party a R ClubOtpoedthe tiems prepared for them by the state de and I heartil y approve of It. I are the respect colors of te miee and sources from which the
Met .t r. al upon the baht eatlook be8 ehank t would e a good Idea to an- rIed. Tag roosm are each supple Democratic cam-ga funad has beessu -
Funds Are b rt. A ALARM.them of even better ..things to come. 2.... the tt. of the buldtn at the masted by as upper apartment which seemed.
7_He then introduced H&B W. N. Hem *-OPsng on the 30th ins-t wil he used for the secretmeet Ings But the repubaI leaders are silentin h
SpeclalT fe aL. -aThe fre department was called out wvay. Florida's ethuslia a"c et e. FrmMr. mo-. "Yours a_-et the socletles- anlnodweed is tioned lbuteom-
i Ocp L.---Roerft to a l)a* abgot 9-t:31p0 ock toa point clen superintenentdetofpbM elo --Of the u ame otfBryan for the sa. W a reception held in nplygww the sllenhe of the Demo-
regrt- m .Now Ye that aatribu- block a t thse Pearl Eagan ton, and secretary of the state bu athe new dormitory meets withm y ap-. the central hal em Friday evening. crate leer.
tie were comIng I slowly to the te Ob. snbanm where a cancontainlng of education. Mr. Holloway spoke proval. I do not think that we could w o the members oa thb Thalian h?- ,sPl W t -
ah3 umpaigafmnd. Fred W. Up- gasoline had exphled. It was thrown briefly of is personal ltereNt In the get a y name more desIrabbl." earry seletr will entertain their
hl irta lant tz.iebiswr, ti t: m a &window, and no damage result- education of the youth bt- tOhe state, From Mr. Wartman. "I meet herily F II The general public Is expect- In his heart Mr. Bryan know that "
"The average of the tlb4 to the boose. and of the obligation whih ete approe amitg the new dermithtry, e to atte d his cipih, fd t hoest a that
Is S. Ma is certaintly hard .to upon every Individual stadet to 'Brya Hall' the prpoes for whkih it is Inteadea he i o
W8 s6 wu have MntheAig Uk. the A lot 01 oldv the advantage give her is a wAthy P. l Mrt. Balsden. 1 thInk youa A ]ot of old newspapers am mst. He knows also t the -
ftaf tatfo ramer years. I Wand appreciative manner. He told right shout the name of the buiadMng. pauty behind him is honest ad hat it remember whA
ree a mgtat from aey d Up nat bundle fOf the students that this opportunity to YoU have my most hearty approal." tfed up in neat b de s as oslfo watch hs aeist oer
%as not apsle ay federal em- tbhem for the purpes. of aws jt a he wrote to the charmn.ethasaL, and
-M40 W ha." nal O.iCu. perfecting their sense at mood les JIaon. Natha m Arvan .,a b m4-Z -a m .ronnd gaied. --"


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their permanent hoe at Wlasoi
Jan. Pogbi Mtn reou-y of this
city. but laa t 4C HdW, FlU., where
hle 1 ega1ge1 to the tOrpentine bust-
ases, la tew yesterday, on his
W to s a *m -ai Y rila. where
e l. B. t B. Mess. Mr. Pough
la e t he met aperleDced turpen-
tine -en to 'e aton, and Is a
reeKed SatuMrttj on Imatters of im-
portubae ia _11 Itme.
HER-S WHAT DID IT-
Blau B1bo w Qat has made Blue
lRbblo Lea=m and Vanilla popular for
11 years, *A4 greowtg In tavor every
day.
CLOSING NOTICE.
Beginn-g Saturday, Oc-
ber 3d Te '.Pensacola
Bank & Trust-Company will
close at the same hour as
d bank in the city, viz.
oo. Periods and patrons
Spabe gvrned ac-

c Trdingly ,


TO LUCITE NEW






Board of Safety Is Endeavor-
ing to tNd aSuitable


The Board f Pthblic Satety is ea-
deavoring to lad a s bailJlta
in the wester eeUti or the city to
be occupied by tOe mew track and com-
pamy of men who re to be tationed
there.
So far eOalae a toary bldings for
rest have bhem t while a two-
story buildinglis m seary. It is al;so
desired to have the U isullg near th'i
aereer of either Geoveramemt a d D--
Villier er lateanalnas ad& DeVi.4er
Street.
When a baildlg I secured and the
W e.quilpmut 0tered reaches here
one of the present boas carts at the
Garden street trtf ahegW will be
moved to the new location, while the
new comblnatio ethentical and hose
wagon will be stationed on Garden
street with the book gad ladder an:l
fire engine.

nO QUSHR..
Eut TT4e Fte- Ate*t eateum.
"We have used Poatua for the pait
eight years," writes a Wis. lady "and
drink it three times a day. We never
tire of it.
"For several years I could-scarcely
eat saything eo account of 4yspepia,
bloating after malk6patlitation, sick
headache-In Mact was In. such
misery and distress I tried living on
hot 'water and toast for nearly a
year.
"I had quit coffee, the cause of my
trouble, and was uasag hot water, but
this was not eeriahing.
'Hearing t Poastum, I began drink-
Ing it and my allmeaft disappeared,
and now I can eat aaytlSa I want
wituoot trouble.
"My parents and hasbaad had about
the same experience. Mother weuld
often suffer after eating, h*blye yet
drinking coffee. My bhsband was a
great cofee drinker an snEaWed from
indigestion sad heatache.
"After he stepped pe anf d began
Pastum both al mets 'eat i.- He
wil net drink awytUf e# e w w and
we have it three ttmas a day. I euld
wrrtte me but am sher--ay
state plain bats."
Name give by ostuin Co. Bat-
tle Creek. MNek. Rea "The Road
to Wellville," Is pks. "There's a

S. eeu a m tls to time. They
re geulae.trube agd bmail at hums.


BI M.EN'S CLASSES


Of Y ,C.A.METLAST NIGHT


Many Prominent Men Pres-
ent and Work of the Sea-
son Was Planned.


FORMAL OPENING ,

TUESDAY NIGHT


I Reception- Will Be Given,
and Each Member Will
Bring An Invited Guest.
_An Interesting Program
he back is thema Has Been Prpared For
woman's organism. It qui calls
attention to trouble by aching. It the Occasion. -
tells, with other symptoms, such as
nervousness, headache, pains in the' -
loins, weight in the lower part of The first meeting of flie Business
the body, that a woman's feminine Men's gymnasium classes for the sea-
qrganism needsimmediateattention. son of 1908-09 occurred at the Y. M.
Ineuoh cases the one sure remedy C. A. last night, when the real o!-
which speedily removes the cause, ganisation for the coming months wa.
and restores the feminine organism effected, a good enrollment serving
to a healthy, normal condition is to start matters out under most prom-
ising conditions. V. R. Gilmore, this
LYDIAE PINKHAM'S year's physical director, met the
members last night, and a most, valn-
VEGETABLE COMPMDr able evening resulted. The purpose
Mrs. Will Young, of 6 (bilmbia of the business men'' class as out-
Ave., Rockland Me., say: lined, is to afford mental relaxation
"I was troubled for a lonf time wth i2 recreative games, and also to pro-
dreadful backaches and a pain in my vide a means of physical develop-
aide, and was miserable in everyway. ment which the members could not
I doctored until I was dismraged and well receive elsewhere. Much inter-
thought I would never get well. I read est is already being taken among tne
what Lydia 1. Pinkham's Vegetable foremost business men of the city.
Compound had done for others and and the class presents one of the
decided to try it; after taking three most Interesting as well as the most
bottles I can truly say that I never felt 'Interested of those who form a part
ao well in my life." at the regular Y. M.. C. A. routine.
Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of East Earl, Opening Saturday Night.
Pa.*writes to Mrs. Pinkham: The real and formal opening of the
**I had very -severe backaches, and Y. M. C. A. proper, however, will oc-
lpremlu dowa pains. I could sot ee, cur-on next Tuesday evening when
and bad no appetite. Lydia Phik- a reception -will be given ;or the pur-
ham's Vegetable Compound caed ae pose of allowing the members and
amd made me feel like a new woman." those interested to meet the new men
FACTS FOR I K WOMWN.who will be identified with Itie work
Fr tbr.ty years Lydia '_ni this year. These new menw are Jno.
Fa thirty years Lydia r iA Bradford, secretary of the boys' de-
ham's Vegetable QompUmnd, mae apartment, V. R. Gilmore, physical di-
fsmm seats and herbs, has been the rector for the year, and Harry Hop-
stadlhd remedy for female ills, pen, office secretary. It IF the pur-
andtaspositively cured thousands ol pose of Secretary SBerrill to promote
womenwho have been troubled with an understanding and good fellowship
dlispl*Iienti4nflnmmathion, ulr, between these men whose influence
tirniliroid turners, o- will be of infinite importance duirn
biodic ,painsc-kat c it 'ear the next few months, and the people
-down ee atency, that r-among who they will work. The
tin .ioa ne fessaornero rsa I pleasant event planptd for Tuesday
ton,iesorervous nigt n fact, will prove an admirable
opportunity.
_. .To occur between the hours of 6
_ ---= -__-T- =-..- '=-=- ===_i-g = and 8 o'clock, and W.rictly a "'ta '"
Saffair, the social wil prove of interest
S DeFUNIA to all who are fort*iate In bein itn
B l attendance. Each member is inviteit
to extend an invitation to a friend
Spe... --....o .JournL whom he may wi?h to interest in the
ea l S Te Jiunn a, c work, Discussion of*ll of teq plans
DePuntak Springs, la., Oct. 2.- which are to flgurite the policies ol
Mrs. Maurice Stanley was in Treeport this year wm be fuBy discussed and
Friday anad Saturday. visiting relatives, those in attendance will be able to
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Thompson and avail tAemselves of a valuable insight
.a ,. w h.b .tinto the Inner work of t*# as.ocia-
amily, who have been visiting Canada, tion. Ti:ere will be a short exhibition
and Michigan, this summer, returned of fancy gymnasium work during the
Saturday. evening, and also zthe first basket
The Hon. John M. Cheney and Hon. ball game of the season.
W. H. Northap will speak to the peo- The Boys' Department.
,pe of Walton county Friday, on the Among the most important plans
Issues....rmof the season are those which are
issues of .the campaign front. the re- centered about the boys' department.
publican standpoint which is under the supervision of
The Misses Myrtle and Abelle War. Jo. Bradford. who is well versed in
ren left for Tallahassee Tuesday to the work which he so capably repre-
attend the Female College there' sent. Mr. Bradford is a man who
Miss Christine Gillis, who is teach- impresses you with his evident ability
lag at Paxton, was in town Saturday, to cope with all situations which may
At 3:30 today (Friday) the opening appear on the horizon of the small
exercises of Palmer College took place. or the boy who may be intrusted
The college opened Its second year in his care, and there is -ure to be
with an enrollment of 50 per cent. over some fine work ahead for his partie-
last year, while the number of those lar department. With its gymnasium
boating in the dormitory s dou bled. classes basket ball. and shower
andM this in spite of the hard times. baths. its boat club. bowling matches,
and everything promises for a prosper- library, reading room, bible classes.
oau year. At the exercises. Rev. North- socals and various tournaments, the
ott, of the ME. church, gave the in- department is unusually attractive
vocattion, and addresses were given by thi season.
Rev. Dr. Walden and Col. John L Me- -All ofa boy's education is not to be
Kianon. Mayor Flournoy. who was te derived from between the covers of
have gives the address of welcome, text boeaks-much of it is the impress
was Muvoidably ab .ent. of the personality and character ot
Mr. and Mrs. Downes and Mrs. Char- his instructors: more of it 's the result
ley Murray. Jr.. returned from a visit of contact with other boys.
to Grayton Beach Saturday. The Boys' Department of the Young
Mr. and Mrs C. Bonham moved Men's Christian Association furnish-
into Capt. H. P. Lason's cotage ones a place where growing boys may
Orange street Monday. pend part of their time in activities
Judge Campbell spent several days that build foundations of health and
in Apalachola last week character and equip themselves for
Prof. Zeek, of Palmer College. manly service in the world.
back from his vacation, part of which At no time in his. life is it more im-
be spent in England. portant that a boy have the right sort
The Miases Amy and Julian Waldea of environment than at that criideal
are back at Palmer CoMege. mrs. Wal period of impression and change when
den and the Misses. May Sad CSarry e is no longer a child nor yet a man
Walden are expected back tomorrow. The department may be visited any
Mr. Larick. of Winchester, Vs, Is Tuesday between 3:00 and 60 p. m.
the new professor of matematis at or between 7:00 and 9:.00 p. m.
Palmer College. The secretary will be particularly
Miss Christian McKinnon returned glad to meet parents and thus keep
from Laurel Hill Saturday. in closer touch with the individual
Hope Cawthon returned from a needs of the boys who become mem-
week's visit to Florala Friday. bers, and for this purpose will reserve
Company K inad three drills this Wednesday from 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock
week, getting in condition for camp. p. m.


Last Wednesday Ike Hinson was mare
first sergeant, and Austin Downes,
John Ward, Harry Hill. John Kennedy.
Oscard Beards and Jas. Buehaaaan cor
perals; Ruby Bundick. artikcer.
3Mss Nets Campbell returned eon-
day from a very pleasant risk to Bax
ter.
Lawyer Bowers Campbell of Milton,
was in town Wednesday.,
Lowery Sharpe has sold his home
to Mr. J. L. Brown.
Miss Missouri Cawthon, who has
been staying here with relatives for
a week or more, returned to her home
In Pensacola Monday.
Misses Lowney Landrum is at Rnox
Hil. finahmin out the school term of
Mr. C. A. Landrum, Jr., who left for
college Sunday.
Rev Mr. Mickle. of Madiso, one of
the trustees of Palmer College, was in
town last week for a few days.
Rev. Mr. Johnson. of Marian
preached at the Presbyterin charcR
last Sunday. Next Sunday, Dr.-Wal-
den. of Palmer College. will preach
both morning and evening.

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Some Good Argument.
When a boy finds a place where
he can have plenty of fun and at the
same time build up a strong body, it
is sure to prove a popular resort:
such a place is our well equipped
gymnasium. Under the supervision
of an expert instructor, the natural
surplus energy of a boy is directed
In carefully appointed class worx. re-
creative games and competitions.
Eac, boy is assigned to one of
three sections, according to his az.-
size and ability, ad is. entitled to at-
tend two classes and two periods of
general work each wees.
Physical Examlinations, includingg
measurements of muscles, tests o;
strength, etc.. are given eaz'i boy on
Joining and when deficlencle? are
found special work is assigned
Amntg the games are basket ball.
indoor base ball. etc.. together with
monthly athletic events, for all mem-
bers who care to enter.
Them are speclit shower baths and
locker roams for the members of the
Boys' Department.
Leaders. Those who excell in all
the requirements including gymnastic


ability and general conduct- are de-
veloped, and by competitilVe examina-
tion the winners are assigned to posi-
tions on the Leader's .Corpr.
Schedule of Gymmasium Classes
Intermediates: Mondays and Thurs-
days 3:00 to 4:45.
Juniors: Tuesdays. 3:00 to 5:00;
Saturday, 9:30 to 11:00.
Employed boys: Tuesday and Fri-
day evenings. 7:00 to 8:30.
Boys' rooms open daily, except Sun-
days. from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m. for
school boys. and from 7:00 to 9:30 p.
m. for employed boys.



ULRGE RED


FISH CAUGhT


One Weighing 36 Pounds
Was Hooked From Con-

cordia Club Wharf.

A red fish weighing 26 1-4 pounds.
the largest to be hooked in many
years, was landed yesterday morning
across the bay and was brought to
the city yesterday afternoon.
The big fiah ws caught by Loris
Baner. who takes care of the property.
while he was fishing from the end of
the club wharf. The hook and line
used was a small one, being about the
size usually used in trout fishing.
Last night a fl.;h chowder was pre-
pared and served to the %members at
the club rooms in the city, which
they enjoyed immensely.

To Defend the

Yankee Bird

By AGociated Pres.
New York, Oct. 2.-Because not one
American in a hundred has been found
who knows the difference between the
pestiferous European house sparrow,
commonly known as the English spar-
row, and the intensely valuable spar-
rows native to this country, an educa-
tional campaign is being launched in
this city today with the object of mak-
ing every citizen of the United States
acquainted with his feathered com-
patriots. Taking as a text the sins of
the foreign bird which are visited
upon the head of his innocent Ameri-
can cousins, the National Association
of Audubon Societies is planning to
establish what may prove a univer-
sity of ornithology for the nation.
When an adequate endowment for
such an institution is provided it is in-
tended to carry the simple facts of
bird habits and economic value to
every mind in the land.
That ignorance of the distinction be-
tween the native sparrows and the in-
jurious species from across the ocean
is causing the wholesale slaughter ot
America's most valuable bird race as
has been proven by recent investiga-
tions of the projectors of this scheme.
Great numbers of the little Yankee
birds, who It has been shown clear
ninety per cent of the weeds from
every garden and field, are found to be
falling before the uninformed re-
venger of the ravages of their cock-
ney cousins. 'That "a sparrow is a
sparrow" has been discovered to be
the unhappy belief of the great major-
ity of the people of this country, where
the pest of the English house spar-
row is being more and more resented.
With a score of such species as the
tree, chipping, field, swamp, lark,
grasshopper, vesper and song sparrow,
the Junco sad grosbeak, enlisted to
kill weeds and harmful insects for the
farmer and orchardist in every section
of this country, the government au-
thorities have declared the American
spamws to 'be "of greater value to
agriclture that any other species and
well worthy of protection and encour-
agement." Exhaustive scientific inves-
tigations by these experts have proven
that the native sparrows are practical-
ly innocent of consuming any culti-
vated fruits, while the English spar-
row is a notorious destroyer of buds
and blossoms, grain, fruit apd garden
seeds. This imported house sparrow,
utterly unlike ours, is also guilty ot
driving away native birds from their
fields of usefulness and in addition Is
noisy and filthy, befouling vines and
buildings.
tEver since 1850. when mistaken
zealots brought the English sparrow
to this country to exterminate cater-
pillars. the American people have
failed to differentiate the virtues ol
their own little birds from the vices
of the European species, the Adubon
workers declare. The failure of the
foreign sparrows to do anything but
drive away birds who could consume
caterpillars, as well as the subse-
quent revulsion against the spreading
pest from Europe, has been visited un-
justly upon the native species by their
own people, they assert. Ia this one
instance it is believed the project for
a national educational movement is
warranted.
"The case of the maligned American
sparrow is a straw showing the sad
economic loss and injury du., primari-
ly to general lack of information ot
our national bird resources," said Wil-
liam Dutcher. president of the Na-
tional Association of Andrbon Socie-
ties, at Its headquarters, 141 Broad-
way, today. "We have labored to off-
set this by sending a million educa-
tional leaflets, reports and colored
plates throughout the country this.
year. Vour greatest field is in the
schools where the teachers and child
dren of the nation are already picking
up this seed we are sowing. We wan:
to reach every farmer, orchardist.
ranchman and forester in the land. as
well, with the facts about his bird
helpers: these great industries would
be practically impossible without the
help of birds. But this should only be
a beginning. I hope soon to see a na-
tional university of ornithology made
possible by some great philanthrepist.


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Mexican Mustang Liet
CONTAINS NO ALCOHOL'
More -."._.see m_-.1 b I earadOmL
mom =e=ed V= c eds- farthiest. Peate
uzuec1a and *=--- h6--s'w paim-hem S an the WWWd of
Man and Beat. Three sies, 25e.,50c. and $1. At all drug stores
LTON MANUFACTUMNG CO., 42 So.k FW St-. BROOKLYN.N.Y.
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Summer Contentment
Nature made the Beautiful Summer Days for man's enjoy-
ment, not for his disemforture. The healthy human shield
equally enjoy the winters cold and the summer beat, and he
will if he pays proper attention to proper food and
PROPER DRINK
w LION BEERxpal
FI Pale
is designed espealy for OT WHA 7WtR It Is. both
FOOD and DRINK
Try it an see the magical effect
Ti4E WINOISCH-MULHAUSER SREWMNG CO., INC.
Cincinnati, 0.
P. OLSON, Manager. Pensacola, Fla.


'1A


through which tils educational work
of ours may be brought to every in-
habitant in North America."


MULAT
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Special to The Jeurnsfa.
*AUA11L ,M Or *,4,.,.-. ar-.


T. Critt


a%u! a. X-e.. % -M -- ---
and children returned Saturday from a
two month's' visit with friends and rel-
atives.
Mr. A. P. Hardee is having the new
city at old Florida Town surveyed and
platted this week.
The work at the Escambia Land &
Lumber Co.'s new plant goes steadily
on. Soon the whistle will be calling
all hands to work.
The mill at Mulat has resumed oper-
ations once more, making things as-
sume a livelier appearance for a time.
Mrs. L. J. Crist is in Penaacola, visit-
ing her son. Capt. Crtst.
Mrs. F. Busbee is expecting her
mother and niece next week, to remain
all winter.
While out rabbit hunting one day
this week. Earle Wellman soot ana
killed a catamount- measuring three
feet in length, 18 inches high and
weighing about 50 pounds. While not
extra large, it put a decidedly large
fight, but the valiaat hunter won out,
even though he did have to hold his
teeth tight closed to keep from losing
his heart. He says he considers the
cat his meat, anyhow, as it fattened
on his chickens.
These north winds have put the
bathers out of commission. Kelker
Field resounds no more to the sound
of their merry yells.
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tied up in neat bundes for
sale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour-
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of 7hqdia. In 30NMOrY-Aineb avs
Wade mwftgum-DforeDiverce. O'on.
day, the 7th day at December, A. V. 1"s.
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4'oct ines of Democracy


Dct Problem-
,. etii must be done to abate
S the at aulsance in Peacola. For
S the akge of the pubUe health and lan
the lateret of the business eOma-
Wty nowe steps must be takes to
prove Inent en in this
seead. Iai whatever remedial ess-
U we epse@V skon be adopted
as n likly as. poslb. TheM asa
b tee e ih. delay already In do-
S rids -mt. .4. means to improve

No V" wiR deny that dust, aven at
eat, sat when from paved streets,
J4s 0daa e toO the. spread of disease.
lf, tims, is Pensacola liable
S r. when It Is e nAdered that
."' War ',ts are 0ut little more than
Ssala, ae unpaved and are used for
i ti-c of various kinds, with no op-
u iko.y for eveg such a degree of
h le.ss. as would be practicable in
uli, wtO moderately hard surfaced
4 h n1 *p streets.
~r e M these e any doubt as to
k '- m1 s d--e to bsinees entailed by
-ta1p of ar dust and *Be land cow


ateft 9.i( g ods- ay be deteriorate.,
J Ja a aeert time, and counter displays
ba i doubt greatly damaged.
'iA-t l 0a today ride *poa a
SIt r i a ay part of the city with
without inhalinag clouds
S .,,tladen with counties disease
Z. .'Tits is especially true of
<'<-' qirI0 street, s-caBtl, which Is real.
I *sWber.$hm a downtown freight
dLenLisvAle & Nashville
.da of Pafox, from Main
S aimt to the bay and from Garden
a0est to North Hill. Tae same con-
dtlat applies also to the streets run-
mQ east and west outside the iame-
S diae down-town district.
' Nor is the damage confined to
heal h and business. The residence
districts are equally sufferers from
t dst plagu.s
Something can be, done. -The dust
problem ass been solved in other
S cties. Some of them use water
sprIkler s others sprlnkle the streets
with oil and yet others ave traction
sprinklers on the street ca- lines, but
all do SOMETHING.
SPensacola has done NOTHING.
wvy is not clear. The city has taken
egma forward steps In other direct.
o9aw. why not in this? 9
Let us get budy. gentlemen of the
W ter e*at. and put an end to
Ite dust nuisance!

Tom Lawson Is having a hard time
holding the stage agaast -the pennaat-
chasers and pie-buaters .

' Taft boosts that sbovelmen are paid
M. 0 a maOth on the Panama canal
work. The qaestiom Is what were the
steamer roller operators at Chicago
Said.

That gosh-dinged teller down at Pen-
S saeola don't know-our real inside rea-
mona for talking so much about red-
beaded bebes. We married one of
'esm.-Apalachicola Times.

A bead of about one hundred relig-
Ious fanatics are Just Puttnag the
lnisabing touaces to a huge ark they
have built In the foothills of the
aa cade mountalas in the state of
Washington. They are the followers
of one Rev. James MeElwell. style
themalves "tae followers aof Danel II
aad their ark Is to save them from
as impeadlg flood which is scheduled
to arrive the third Sunday in OcCober
and drown the werld. This snows
how much wiser th world has Frown
stne 1oah's time. One hundred have
prepared themselves to weather the
Sigag storm, whereas only .me toem


such wtse precautions in the
Jastance.


former


It is announced t.iat they "will
show sheath gowns" at the Mont-
inery fair. But what do the gowns
ahow?-Penaclla Journal.
Calyes. Something perfectly legit-
imate at an .agricultural exhibition.
What does the Journal think is *to be
shown?-Lake City' Index.O
Well, we weren't sure. Some of
these eaeat things show more'n that.
And anyway. we atusa we had a right
to ask for Information.




SPublic Eye


King Edward probably views tae
row over here with a feeling of gen-
nuine pleasure that he doesn't have to
run for king evety four years. We
have a sneaking idea. however, that
Emperor WUHIem would "rather like
that sort of tktag.-Wasblingtou Her-
alAL
For eritbeaing Uncle Joe Cannon a
simplicity of drebs. Mrs. Astor was
handed a great big lemon by the for-
mor, wbG tu" her that he didn't sup-
pose that eft Oraaddaddy Astor found
ay embarrassment in not wearing
socks.-Motgomery. .(Ala.) Adver-
tiUser.
Inasmuch as Carrie Nation is now
worth a quarter of a million, and It Is
no longer necessary for her to engage
ti her peculiar occupation in order to
er a big. table public may be ex-
eemd for wo-luag why any more of
her antics.-S-at Lake Tribune.
Andrew Carnegie is going to give
$1,2e.05 to Scotland tor a hero fund.
Tae first award should be made to
the Boot who ehows the greatest signa-
of lie after a three-hour-and-thirty
minute sermon on predestination and
Infant dametomn -York D:spatch.
A Pennsylvania man named Ben
Landis has not spoken a word for
thirty years, but every time he picks
up a copy of the Congressoinal Rec-
ord he can see that Charlie. of In-
diana. is keeping up the family's
werage.;-Washington Pozt.
These are pleasant days for Colonel
James M. Guffey. He heard some
uncomplimentary things from Gover-
nor Haskell at the Denver conven-
tiontion and the turning in the lane
has been reached.--olttburg Press.
TWENTIETH CENTURY BANKING.
"In five years." according to the
"Cincinnati Post," "the banks that
have advertised continually have in-
creased 38 per .ceat in assets and 85
per cent in deposits. The banks
that have not advertised show 27 per
cent increase in assets and 11 per cent
increase I deposits. In the past
year the advertisers have gained 2,2
Ce ~t ead the non-advertisers have-
OSt 7 per pent In deposits." These
figures are worthy of the attention
of tankers wit confound conservatism
with lack of enterprise. No diagram
is needed to Illuminate the lesson
they enforce.
The total income of the South from
all sources now approximates $7.-
000.000.000 annually, which is about
six per cent on the reported wealth
of the whole country and twenty-
Ove per. cent on its own wealth. A
peo9ile that are reaping an annual
retuta of twenty-five per pent on all
their wealth, certainly are to be con-
gratulated for it is indeed a most
wonderful showing, one that is with-
out parallel in the world's history. It
is possible however, to inerease that
ftcome much more rapidly within
the next. five years than occurred In
double that period at any time In tae
past- We would not be surprised "to
fnad in 1910 that the annual inconb
of the South had rise to S10.00e.000.-I
90, for the posAiblities are ample to
justify such a return.-Southern Rank-I
er.
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mules for sale. W. R. Tay-
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District to and fromp Maryland, Vir
k-inia, and the Carolinas all the
time.
The "Brights" are Assertive.
The wealthier and the better edu-
cated negroes constitute in Wash-
ington as permanent a class as the
landowning families of the whites;
and in matters of outward social de-
corum they are often models. Many
of them. Indeed, are almost white
Themselves. They are "negroes" be-
icause of class-.onsclousness. But at
the same time Washington i the great
clearing house for those who would
S"eross the line" or "go to the whites,"
or "go over to white," in the fali-
liar phrase. It ts useless to "Do to
white" unless the family has a fair
competence; and with that compet-
ence if rejected in Wshitngt-w the
negro has but to go farther north au,
professing himself and his family to
be "former Washingtoniana." he winl
be received as white without question,
when really light in color. There are


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Yet it is not rea4onabl.' Ito suppose
that congress will give 1he District
prohibition, separate cars. ordinances
calculated to encourage in-Justrialism.
practical schooling. and laws agaflast
vagrancy-all of which are requisite
for even a partially effective dis-
position of the negro question in this
disfranchised and helpless appanage
of the nation.
Race-Hybridisatien Next?
Strong races from the North are
always diluted Into the walker blood
of the more Southern races uiUl all
their force is lost. It was so in
Greece with the golden-haired blood
Hellenes; and unless wore measures
are taken to keep the lines rigl4 pad
distinct it will be so despite t1e
theses of scholars like the late
Francis A. Walker, In America with
the s-called Aglaxoas. Of couse,
no man has yet eoted upon the face
of Skuld; sje Is but s presented
facy/ an Illusion beautiful or frtghlt-
tal: as one's mood proposes. But


some day it will fall to Vrd to rec-
ord that in the capital city of the
American people race-prejadice broke
down and -*0Vp mention proceeded
through social equality. Oily very
recently an octoroon family of con-
siderable means moved into a white
street of families of the highest
standing. And we waited to see w iat
would happen. There was some gos-
sip and then silence came As I have
shown, in a quieter way this moving
across the line is proceeding with
far more rapidity than some people
care to admit However, others think
that race-hybridization, the Anglo-
Saxon re-enforcement, will ultimately
produce in America a tine, tawny
race superior in physique uo the Amer-
indian This doctrine is spreading
out from Washington in quantity and
quality very gratifying to these theor-
Iste Others think that a race-compe-
tition will set in that will be im-
mpnsely stimulating to both whites
and hybrids A considerable number
of others, the unreconciled. look for
extermination or at least deportation
of the colored folks Such is the tri-
lemma to. which the results of the
great war nave brought us-undesign-
edly,. of course, and equally of course
the result of that miserable conspir-
acy hatched in this District against
the one man who knew, Abraham
hincoln



RETURNS FOR



MURDER -TRIAL


Love of Girl Brought Young

Alabamian Home to


(The author of the following article
was foresirly superinteadet of
schools In the District of htambla.)
On Friday, March 27, na the evealao
Congressman J Thomas *Hetla, of
Alabama shot a apgro spao Penn-
sylvania Avenue lia Washingtol, aad
within a few hours all the country
knew the story But there are some
feature of that story which the
North is not likely to know.
Congressman Hefth is a brilliant
young man woo served his State as
municipal attorney sad as legislator-
for ten years before being seat to
Congress three years ago. He comes
from the. "Black Belt," and perforce
holds certain views that he has been
free in expressing.
To begin with; he is certain that
the only wa- toward any solution or
even any enAurance of tAe negro prob-
lem is to reduce the negro to a
caste. To forward this'purpose, he
introduced into Coagress at the last
session a bill to require all negroes
riding upon cars in the District to
occupy separate cars or definitely as-
signed rear seats
Next, he saw that in order to con-
trol the negroes of the District, it was
absolutely essential to keep away
from them all opportunities for con-
sumting alcoholic stimulants. Con-
sequently, be backed in Congress, and
publicly supported ih. speeches in
the District, the bill for prohibition
in the capital.
Lastly," it was commonly believed
that he was a supporter of the Till-
man bill- In the Senate, directed to-
ward removing from the District all
persons without known aad reputable
means of support. The rurpose of
this bill was to clear out negro va-
grants.
All these matters, together with
the details of the shooting were given
out to the national press. Incidental-
ly, it Is worth noting that the shot
thUt struck the negro. Lbuts Iaumly,
hit him upon the side of the head,
flattened there, and slipped around
for several inches between the skin
and .kull, and then stuck there. The
bullet was 38 caliber, and was fired
at close range, as the congreman
was leaving the car. The man ow-s
his life -to the thickness of rhi
skull.
Some Unpublished Facts.
But the matters not given out to the
press, or at least only hinted at, are
or greater concern. The cause for the
Introduction of the bill for "Jim
Crow" cars was by no means mere
imitation of the familiar Southern
legislation. Nor was the congress-
man in possession of a heavy revolver
because of a habit of carrying con-
cealed weapons.
The are now in the. District of Co-
lumbia some. hundred and ten thous-
and negroes. about oue in Athree of
the population. The men and women
are In about equal number-s; -but in
the absence of ecomonmic opportunity
for the negro men In a community
without factories or shops, not one-
half of the men are employed. The
unemployed live upon the earnings of
their wives, mothers, daughters, sla-
ters. sweethearts, mistresses and
worse. In some instances, granted
that they must live here at all, this
is not altogether their fault. The
negro man can not in Washington,
as in many other Southern cities,
work on equal terms itwth Caucrfkans
at a trade. Many of the labor unions
deny him membership nor is be allow.
ed to form unions allied with tQose
of the whites. The negro. therefore.
is 4lmited -to such occupations as
domestic service in a population that
fluctuates fifty thousand and -mor1 be-
tween January and July---duties as
porter and driver about commercial
establishments, certain minor Govern-
ment posts, and mechanical and other
work for his own people, including
medicine, dentistry, law. and surgery.
Washington. or the District of Co-
lumbia, now the synonymous term, Is
the largest negro community upon the
earth, and has among Its negro resi-
dents a group whose average wealth
is greater than is that of any other
group of negroes in the world. There
are three whose wealth is over $100,-
000 each. These negro landlords and
capitalists live in special blocks, one
of which is famous as "quality row."
On the other side of the social pic-
ture there are to be seen the two hun-
dred and eighty-six alleys, in which
are thousands of small brick and
frame houses in large part owned by
wealthy degrees, and conatitutiUng the
Show City's disgrace.
Add one more fact, and the entire
situation becomes elear: In the Dis-
trict as. of course, nowhere else In
the country no man votes, and there-
fore the black is upon equal political
terms with the white. In conse-
queue. Washington has become the
Mecca of negroes of two classes-the
rich, who know that they can live
here in fine houses and invest their
money to advantage, often as silent
or side partners with the whites; and
the poor. who know that. even if the
men of the family can not get work.
the women can, and at -od wages.,
in the winter season. This latter clas
of poor negroes is transient; its mem-
beos are going into and out of the


cases in W-Whbagto where even a
dark child has not forced the family
back over the line to black.
TIpre is, in Waalingto tnegro cir-
vies, a growing fend between the
"brights" and the "blacks," to use the
terms of the former, or between the
"yallers" and the "browns," to use
the terms of the latter. The former
are better Jbred and in general better
reared than the latter.
Among this transient, parasitical.
and generally black element of the
-colored population are thousands
winom, if they were white, we would
brand as "rowdies," "cut-throats,"
"tu gs," "cadets," hold-up men,"
"hoboes;" but whom, in our careless
scorn, we now content ourselves by
loosely classing together as "d--d
niggers." Recently four of them at-
tacked in a -treet car a white young
ma= who was escorting a young lady.
They eaut him with a razor beyond
recognition, and he lay for weeks in
a hospital. The fear of a "race war"
is one of the several blights upon the
community, and is umcient to pre-
vent any adequate deallas with the
growing trouble.
Makeshift Negro Scheel.
It might be supposed that the
schools, being supported by Congress,
would help in the solution of the
problem. But for several reasons
they only make bad matters worse.
Twenty thousand children, one-third
of them colored, are upon half-time in
the schools; and. there are about one-
third as man klndergartens as are
required. Instead of building schools,
congress rents an extraordinary num-
ber of miserable buildings. paying
some forty thousand dollars a year for
this item. The negro children go to
school for three or four years, most-
ly upon half-time, and then drop out
to "go to work," which means to .-elp
their parents at home or to enter
service. The negroes resent, and
congress will not afford any adequate
funds for, manual and industrial
training. What schooling most of
them get is worse than nothing, for
it enables perhaps. aial of them to
read daily newspapers and to acquire
much perverse Information.
In consequence of this situation.
Congressman Hefilin found himself
pursued by hundredde of anonymous
letters warning him to quit his attackI
upon disorder and crime here. treat-
ed with Insolence, In the street-cars,
and criticized by timid District whites
for "stirring up treable." TAls timid-
Ity of the whites makes the negro bul-
ly in his own eyes sacrosanct. Being
incapable of cowering in this storm
of threats and et reproaches, as a
matter of common sense, the Con-
gressman applied,-o the police for
permission, to carry a revolver. And
when the time cqMe for itim t use
it. after a half-drpaken man, adding
to his "load" n .-the car itself by
taking out a pocket-flask, freely to im-
,bibe from it, had 'drawn a razor upon
him, the Southerner could only do
what any man would do: Ae used the
revolver, fit ax a bludgeon, then as
a fireman.
Of course, ft wol be said that -his
life was not In danger." Those who
know the situation believe that the
life of any and every man in the
District is in danger when he attempts
in any serious way to balkthe license
of these thousands of brutal negroes.
As matters are now, the only other
course for a decent man to pursue,
when thus insulted in a car or upon
the street. is to move away fast.
And this is what most persons in
the District do. They get out of the
car that has the "drunks" upon it.
they cross to the other ;ide of the
street, they avoid certain streets,
and they move out of the District.
One sixth of the white population
moves away every year. The changes
of politics have very little to do with
this. The general political condition
has much to do with it. The repub-
lican party is committed to preserving
things as they are. Republicans who
would not allow their own children
to go to school with negro children
nevertheless maintain as directors of
the public schools upon the Board
of Education one-third negroee. As
one consequence, though the city
grows steadily. tiere are actually two
hundred and fifty less children en-
rolled this year in the public schools
than last. So discredited are these
schools that. partially as a result, two
hundred private schools also are
maintained in the District.
Some Needed Reforns.
The negro problem in WVashington
will grow steadily worse ,nd worse
until some climax comes. It may
come when. if soon enough, the re-
publian regime-* is overthrown, and
Southern democrats, who alone know
how to deal with the negro. are given
an opportunity to restore selfgovern-
ment with a restricted suffrage to this
Southern city. And it may come in a
worse form at some time when
crowds gather. The tind r aid the
tar-barrels and the fuel for a great,
and let us hope never-to-be-realised.
social conflagration are ready and in
place. Only the lighted match and tae
hand to use it have not yet come.
How much better it would be to re-
move all this inflammable material:


One D~se cm=o s--

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DANGER IN DELAY.
Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous
for enesaoela People to Neglect.
The great danger of kidney troubles
is that they get a fi hold'before the
sufferer recognItse them. Health Is
ranmiMly undermined. Backache,
headache. nervousness, lameness,
sorMnes., lumbago. urinary troubles,
dropsy, diabetes and right's disease,
follow in merciless succession. Don't
neglect your kidneys. Cure the kid-
neys with the certain and safe rem-
edy, Doan's Kidney PilA. which has
cured people right here in Pensaeola.
W. E. Stearns. 713 N. DeVINlers
street. Pensauola. Fla-. msys: "I do
not know the cause of kidney com-
plaint in ny case, but I do know that
I slufered from it for a Jog time.
There 'were intense pains in the re-
gion of my kidneys, also i my back
and limbs. The kidaey secretions
were so areqent in action as to dis-
turb my rest during the night. My
body grew stiff and lame, and I fMlt
all out of sorts A friend advised me
to try Doan's Kidney Pills and acting
on his suggestion I procured a box
from the Crystal Phm acy. They
proved to be Just what I needed, and
cured me in a short time. I have
not bad any sign of the trouble
since."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mibwn Go.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

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mules for sale. W. R. Tay-
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FIREL LIFE. ACMUMNT. MARINE

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for the Once of 81-I'm m Irwfg>| wM-
ty. efadOF ty. to the -1I
votes of all te thi now,
CAPT. NK A. Cm
At the requeSt of many ftrieds Inh"
city and county, I hereb a la ,-ge i elt
as a canlidate for the o U .
fAcaibia, County. in th e*mas! _el_
to be beld In evnbwembr. t eMalt a
votes of all voters in thf aty
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ENROLLMENT BLANK.
Because I am opposed to boss rule, to the control of the government by corrupt,
predatory corporations,
Because I believe in the referendum and the recall, an honest and 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 and Number.


Sign the above, cut out and return to
LOUIS P. HEAD, Secrctary State Committee,
Pensacola, Fla.
Or cut out. paste it at the top of a heet of white paper, get all the signatures you can and return to
above address. Literature free.
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To see the magnificent display of Fall and Winter furnitaue at our MIg'd"ia8y rooms
street. and you are cordially invited to call every day thle weekC There' *i. r dsst
ever saw, with their great big beveled mirror, large table space and eimy dr'es le
$15 and $18 we have them that will m"ke your eyes open in asteiosieshet ss0Wt8 t
golden oak. plane polish fnish, silver and hloem dravrs, roomy cupboard oe-e, with
plate mirror, at 22.50 and $25 will make a mighty fle appearance in year dhing a5
-mvy other good things that we want you to de -.
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Washingtorn' Race Trouble

Paramount Issue i Nadon's Capital is tAe Negro 4Question


By WII JJAM E. CHANCELLOR in Collier's Weekly
II 'I l +' r <. ^


: Attention Democrats:

*
* The Bryan-Kern Club of Escambia county has perfected mperma- *-
* 'nent orgn'lftion and the name of every democrat shoal be upMs *
* its membership list. it costs nothing to join but the presence of year -.w
* name on the roll will be a valuable asset ot the club for the reat *
* that the primary object of the org viirption is to roll up a mammoth *
* democratic vote ID the coming election.
* If you will sign the membership coupon found below and -man 1
* the same to the secretary your name will 6e placed on the membr- 4
* ship list.
* Hundreds of names are being added to the membership list
* each day. Send in your name.
*
* Wm. C. Monroe, Secretary Bryan-Kern Club,
* Box 484. Pensacola. Fla.
* Sir: I am for Bryan and Kern. Please enroll me as a mem- *
* her of the Bryan-Kern Club.. I shall work and vote for Bryan and *
* Kern in the coming election.
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* Precinct Number... ............................
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FOR ORBA TER PENSACOLA!

This Means an All-Water Inland Route
Between Mobile and Pensacola. Across Baldwin Co., Ala.
-AD---N
Inland Water East to the Florida Peninsula.
Pensacola. Sept. -. 1908.
Editor Pensacola Journal-Please have me enrolled as a member of
the Gulf Coast Inland Waterway Association.
Enclosed find $2 for my individual membership dues for 198.
(Note-If payment for dues is not enclosed. scratch out the liae
above and the treasurer, G. A. Waterman, will call to collect.)
Name................ ............ ...
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P. 0. Box No...........
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r Anossiated Press.
Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 2.-After
every trace o4 his whereabouts had
been 3oIt, Dee 8tatum, a young white
man, will ace his trial on the charge
of murder alleged to have occurred
six years ago, Manday. October 12,
in the Jefferson county criminal
court.
The story of young Statum's life
is full of human interest. Six years
ago it is alleged that he became en-
gaged in a quarrel with Joseph Watts,
near Brookside. A fight ensued,
knives were drawn and Watts was fa-
t ly wounded. Statumr fled, exading
te clutches of the law.
He went to Texas and started life
anew. In the course of time he met
a young girl with whom he fell in
love. He confessed to the indictment
which ;"d been returned against him
in Alabama on the charge of murder.
The girl would not agree to marry
Statum unles-he returned to Alabama
to stand trial.
Last winter Statum came to Ala-
bama aad surrenderer himself. He
was given a preliminary hearing and
released on bail. His trial will come
-up Monday week. Statum will be rep-
resented by Attorney Earl Pettus.

Dr. Clarence Hutchinson.
has returned to establish practice.
Oiee D'Alemberte Building. Hours
11 a. m. to 1 p. m. or by appointment,
Phone 274. Residence 233 E Gregory
street, phone 449.

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7.L~
A gwj*rs SUtS f I F Styles for Women [hK an What
doesXX all itdesivJteas Seen In New York there a
does all it does by VtW interc
1 of one thing-Oaits BY CATHERINE MANNPAYZAWT. and bla
power to create power. ls .4E5'-~- w^ __ rugs toc
H 8 t l e -I i p16 p01m AS fire turns Water to New York, Oct 2.-The woman coat look old and out of style quicker Chamber of C nerc Mail Cut g
_7es 3Ls a steam so Scots '&bm who svels at all--and this has be- ta a soiled or worn nekp iece. to bright
"w o r-eew-uthv And the vest-one would -suppose
7 aio transforms thin impuv e a the lt *r a spo ing Out Circulars and t i N
traflB~l~jfttme t*en, ul tba that e may don a( certain so-the vest to the director model
blood U tO pUre, nrich blood, te.. ur wthe sg Journey. ow the ii now made separate from the coat Letters. the WOn
^i ... .............. giving nourihmentand we*Me visitorashoppingWr intoso4t be worn or not accordi-n quaint
Vital energy to every aouser for the occalsion and no 4tyle other cdht. In many cases this es Preparatory to the holding o arm- ofVOry
s sawnted of -ueh good form as the in of light colored cloth or Iagel, a Ivory
.B>. 7^ ck in Sociw ety. organ, every tissue and g S fairt cste. Tru.ewhen Itter choice Is brocade, as I iave at ers l ustitue- next week, e Cham r ot
B B- le S cost is removed maan a skirt ready said, it Is more n keeping with of Commerce will today mail oout non
every muscle. teca srmvd=a kr
SF partakes with its half bodice *of the th'- idea. But I should advise buying about 3.00 circulars with letters of used for
veu--- ^r'' $1 Seinrimy. *r.^f. o &>u>aature of a full gown and this is well one of the Beautiful Imported ones as inatructions to IOS specially selected
.mk.u g ClubR wn meet with presidentn, Mis ..a m m it *st visit a hotel or take a the worRmanhip is so far in advance e in th, areas arnd Walnut il, Poses fo
CBsj O flb IImeet wirth ese peient, Mls8 and *s "r am o11 restaurant dinner while in town, or of anythi*s the ordinary modiste can Blu Springs, Cottae Hill, Century, soas an
Elb t b* sCP owt Camm ub m mIs for a day only with some friend. give us, and it may be worn with other itmire school house ad Myrtl S
to Country Club.A mdweM a There is quite a noticeable differ- coats. It would be better to put a Grove school house. The 101 men e- SatisfaC
600-BR F, l'u'Y c-u~~esef between the traveling or street little less on -the coats themselves specially seIected are to d blbnte the
lQ 4 9 & D== Van XnT BOWdal t.Sm frock ad the afternoon costume, the (outside of the material and cut). that circlara which willInvite farmers, T
--x - - point being the shape and fullseas o the vest may be very beautiful, for their wiles ad families to attend teV
53W -1~I~; ~ Itendrebildng teirhs~ein he .frmt b trimin vater han byits agefnsyloe. deistnc ive re sflos
B' lll Hhearts?" asked the old-time chum at the skirt, while the Jacket sho*s this by its agency comes the distinctive meetins. at which addresses will be
"oMbede ew; egth. .ld... Iatepd rebuilding their iAge .i the o0trst by trim rater than by The buttons mst also be chosen delivered as follows:
.^Wl dS w f eae va o f good thingan r." *n nwec ut hrivtt.. e e with some care -arccording to the mC S d _yrP _akin _
4i1.ttj 6S r q#bs."Tha t ca pti ank onde with the r. Mr. and Mra Jiob M3txwel a"l a i mces to te cgth. S hortJack ets terial,&d. texture. Sometimes they Shade obaco7 George Mackne s,
fierce mu*hke.- for Instance l child, will spend the winter at the entirely pone and though a few are embroidered, often they arc cov- U. .
ag east frarane hid WeatSS l Miln Inn. les-tasied Stons have been hown ered with brocade, but those of silver Diversied farming and cotton gro
tight f elf-dbd: "Gracious! And Jimmie Bowles- Mrs. Sam Paseo and Mrs. G. A. ongm the new costiumes, popular orhinetone Or are consdeed ing Prof. P. H. Rolfs.
tttype- Tetemskrata as youused to Watermano willeturn Sunday trmvr w sIsetstrongly towards the long Se t homespun are The meeting will be eld at the appropriate
.6, tall 1 who was so devoted?" New Orleans, where eac hau been cost lengths. A few may come to Serge. cheviot and homespun a lm pieces:
a:W"Killed i an auto accident trying Nistingrelatives. eebe the hips or a little below that point the most satisfactory woolen tehtras Walo ut Hill. Tuesday. Oct. 6. at 10
^ ^ ^ r^^ l^^ ^ ^Ki~e In-avmy auto accidlerit trying visiting relatives. Man of^r n^ theeo newi ^ H serge are~e~ of plain
S51wpeae- tower, to save my life." but the long line must be presei:ved. Many of the new s erges are of plainao r This. it is believed, will prob-
*2 'jpuidwh"DewrPW. -And your needy artA- 1 Ghmr 1 9L_ a a The new skirts, although veering l al be the j s tingao til
-his" tretrm swain who eund In you Cie only cus-"am ond more to the plain gored or white running through it. In the home-es e ee wl to uf l
ntN lase retreat tomer foer his wonderful paintings?"' i ad siAWL OErt. Mires haU circular models, are yet seen with sPuns the plain ground is almost never n HIll from Pine Tarren in matos
"tcaiteoa waiter, and married an *M plaits.-The dif'erepee lies in their broke Colors In the omespns ad,e t a ee
4 @as %b eI l rst to beh*esAs!'. arraBgeinent. They are simulated with at present igt in tone, but a medium fr the reqt of theprtythe othersIn
4 Well, well. And the Englishman as little material as possible, until at h adewod bett h the charge wil go to Atmore and drive Lttle Ci
ViW and wanm: -At Clair- who stood so well on his T lthe knees more material is used for dress must be worn all winter. from Atmore to Walat Hill.
lght sach, fte ver satg y and iH ilthe m, for the walking skirt has The figured and striped design R Springs, Wednesday, pctober
afb e ch.aeLnever Mid anythioncgoset1efi aboutTtheuhis. em topredomnate In short-eklrted7,:3a.mr PlsF
Its arm oan deped everytg Ame- still a decided s e about the feet. a-co tmes. The pongees and rajahs Centry, Wedneaday, October 7. 12.
B '^ y^ ^HOU Ul thoug ADMC closeK ^ Isw at.1 About frn n n ^pS^-the dps o oeI two-tned mixtu es In^ ^n^ .n.n o
saw th djpy Tee, "Marieda Brooklyn girl. and now The great emestal Is to gain slender- nw cmeIn t toes te on Cottage HI. Wednesday, n arrival an
y his mes liv t Swampkrst, N. J" es and pepe lar lines. Stitched theasando thetwo-toneiof south-bound Fulomaton-Pensacola
"a the a.ed AnCthe iky-h4ared little FrenchA beads of silk or the material it effts are ed a difference local
B uW. it!'" oaw a t seen o man y kirts, but again In the weave of the material, such as ie o os da Ts
"otan away with the maid!" e hol an a n a silk thread or satin line, a herring- Octob 8 9:30 a n u ate Te-
SgasttsodowneoWorserad worse! And bow about Sablebo r chevron stripe, yet the color trrnlug to Pensacola. ad dining here: dres who re
Stee: Regle? Ye e d pres to love him, Sleeves are lsa and elbow sleeves Mrtle Grove school hoae, 3 m. selves at the
es," he whiprd y knhow! are not shown- in the real Imported The broadcloths are beautiful in teb- Pensacola, at the court hoe. in the vatton Army,
~~740",to e Rse ggleu no?"Yaddpoes lv i,- '3I tera motd re Mae 'coloring and many women eeig
"Now my brother-in-law!-" 0. C. Bell Shoots Father at cost. The direetoire modes In Jackets h*t ofb o. ooks that t
S a foM r me!* "Never. Well, that Mr. Hardflint. have estabthed the vogue of buttons born of a knowledge of Its dressy I ental local e are harge i
-Lwhmy. wao used to snub us a3-yourself Holly On Sunday As a which are not t the utility grade at oafe andosw eabildity re of the detailed arthe matte aI ho2 thmtidse
B .- Included I hope he met his deserved oia b temu c t decidedly ornamental and of dsu er ssduiness the fils meeta place and those who go to or ar
\. JN aa.h- ^ Reult. aangsn u arorl il pr he al il different sizes. Brak stillng remains ^ t a n "kora
h s"He did. Come up to the-house ag with us more or less in amount ac- wto e ui wlPie wt to p ti mt erti with l te o irecas
hugb&d.thea W a ougs's at Coniderable 0dt*_--t w cu ets are also a oninbothplin on. sumerdastdurng te f, all mn aernedn Co sa
cc NYat Hololy on last Sunday,, wbhes0--C- and elaborate styles. thewhi suitof ilhom illpun or rgan. hmerobomecuotlteo ~~wn
ave Uilepll, a turpentine S raWer del While many pre coats are worn, tHill be of homespun or serge and dbwi Ce of Co erce committee on sb
.: ad > PERSOnIAL MENTION dentally sahot his fater, J ReBL the long semittlng, half-cutaway,o or "ln lue o mave aM iulte varios mbaad wms e.dgp
th lg wieu ~d tin4Mthe dlreCtelre, coaftsare best suited
thibitig an outomaetic l wheCthe b to ordinary wMr. The 'women of isone *asan old suit of mphair or and Messrs. Wigglar and Elaley o[
e bnet s tnftheearly o fowoeplailtastedwillchoose the former, d Pine Barren ave pled their auts
aP hoe m erL Theelder09 w l n whot ade especially for bse W e h wear;bu t the vise"seing that It Is at once made ad themselves at the disposal of the e r
7.a ^.i i w a dTire to examliae the pha4o",W" dsectowre sever, military. with its ready for those warn ays that visit lecturers for the trip to WalU Hill 1
I^ 'ZCapt W. W. Vleorney of DeFieeulak veiewingathe n wPOe I the int .adsfetoines in tee back. which add to us even In October. White wool and back to Pine g e to take the
sad Fi-tos registered at ifotel 1inm3 av. hisewI th wheoaspon Ih the hd1 e1t, with Its open front and best dresses will be immensely popular late afternoon trala for Pensacola. Or CO.,
." aaa amhia -av- MB~ S, who as 'e had thotg^ht, ntglt, with its open front and vest durig the winter for -house wear.
.Img come tSoft eiy for a few days removed all of the bullets. Shiddely d lapels, are decidedly smart and dur eI s re winter or house wear. C T
B .* Bs *- i~ballaes U~e Ulittle settlements was aroamed by Sostg rlSecmin, a ybe There Is a revival of ribbon work CLOSING NOTICE T
en bmi~a t~me h~ settlem ntswsbold b most generally Secomaing, and may be toa but its daintiness I's not to be Jwnw
the- -w t r--p o of the gan. ant Mr. Bell very dressy wiout being over-lab- toay but ith d tiness not to be "AgIaU ady O w
Mrs. C. returned yesn shouted that #e had been shot. Such orate. They aMwe constructed that compaIlted with the clumainess of the i tnno rg Sdtue day, Oc- "Yum
D aW a dace terday frot N. C, where applications as were at h"d were tbey may be 3' double-breasted. faion once in vogue. While it tobr 3rd Th Pla o mean
et tall a eas towpW f Al a me tte past. applied, a physician frost Miton I-but more often the lapels are left open aw n any m io d of v n y w ork t torted the cit
t a g g -X Covt t topped Qrve with ly arnving on the ecene. Mr. BeB aover a vest of d cloth of a lighter ween are more given to working at Bank & Trust Ch ineU y wais
QWW= J.,..,1.ft. I itAar a few day4. rapidly reorl fromi the efets tone, or a brocaed sHk. the latterma delicate lingerie, and the ainty sprays I thD Sr a O
B L LI' 5i expectedof tike adteral being mere in keeping with the ae thrown over house robes, or the ou h
de ro 'a tassels are net yoeof a nightgown. The flounce Other banks in the city, viz. That wa
*&S Jwto l rI.2* fInn a visit _tor wceh allen the Itary effect. of tme ettte ot may have nts of o id
to. 150671 oreffile.:71lac don Inthlnewwork. and corset
Sslevesa long and close-ttg covers A gumpea offer the greatest will be governed ac Subscri
rki D. and Mr&s. .. W. Bigglshae ASK YOV U eAev "ILnu and flaring. cuffs, are diten used. 'The temptation for all sorts of designs. l.
-Ltitolapels othould be Ofsillk or velvet and Tep so
otetrponed onaenedwih are nt-smebu-Weptternsall call forsmall fnow-
oaornamentd wi e era, for which satin baby ribbon is
o. on ,pin. Ten o 'nousd and the leaves and buds am.
Mrs. Je. 8. Le -ard and Mr. and Mrs. o ry out the Idea to exactness a tali fouued t ti los in e bud ael
S 60%tve eabry Hyer arrived Thursday after- jabot of lace, or net, should be fast- and tendrills are often done in em-
J9 i fha. elub. at eow from' a three week. visit to cued at the throat-and Indeed, a good andery silk In the utnual way. HOT
MIR esterdal. French ULk Springs. deal of care should be given to the The woman tf full ftEN
tins 6 at. a h aretre t A neck 'a with allthese severely pulzienTeowmnowhwtofofulnlafit aureisof t
eeywesterIas M.5wn 4w4= hasretun edIs top Adlghflpnnitxiaig ee-coats, for here the. eternal feminine uze t nwho oFngrc
e thecityfor-Got sa- non-ntosticatingnew -sy -waist, for many o the de-. -
and t heY M. est g fr ougandody3V O t~ s -shown to greatest advantage. Also.,in 1 tcsadflsmk h f
__6pie t the te tonic properties of the best be- a frill of lawn, or lace, or net falls los ig eabllo.Ase owlof3 AIL~ I
pod ported Hops and nourishing qa ibelo the cff of th lve Th look Ike a baloon. A new model ofL
SMrs. C. W. Lma r and cdIdren have of the flnestarey. b low the cua o the sleeve. Therthe kimono order may be a change.
sn aid Iab.Wthd, returned fromm a visit to Ashville. N. thirst. feeds' the body asol esvrlst fteefil ti:ctwt h lee and waia
C. ervs.Prepared by A------ ad Jabots for nothing will make the in conewofhgree slmeeves or o aithe e
C. serves arle n one of green cashmere or other be-
w very C OPY 11r. y Koo racoming color. The sleeves are not too New York Architect Is To absoute
VW7 ~7 hr. Knwleq HByer and 'his motherhe ,-,flunrteamsndhenear
effect. Mr. AlbeA oyer and Miss t gina Journalf Dl udy Fashion Feature a lea t n e fulnes Submit the Revised
l at fte n6oCnafter a summer spent on the of tucks orglat her th2 effect ol PlnSoonC fnthat
-st as *takly .w : _Hues is gained by stitched banda run-
F^ ^ ^tl hd beea a* Mr.- J. W. Wheatley leaves tonight ning from waist to boulder, those or tion and di
air the hadt play. mor Ata.a. W He has been stopping t the hack overlapping those of the front
the best ...while here Ataa the Old N11a be n the oppgr in little points and a fancy button. The revised plans of the proposed
wwah i red ad a has made many fiends. The P? n toeis ao aV that extends to hotel to be erected by the Pensacola us a guarant
ment !*trvhd the waist in a sharp point and ia flled Hotel Co. are expected to reach the city
se eelr vchemed ^ Mr. W- H. Krewled left Thur-day in with tucked chiffon covered with at an arly date, and be presented to
-at ext wek with Mor As.ill wC. He wf accompany ittle sprays of embroIdery. the board of directors for thetr ap-
U.s -Iat four thirty Mt's. KteowIs and children home at proval.the
a early date. ^ ^SCRIPTURAL SHOT. The New. York architect is at work FW -
8 t Mr. W. B. Wright has returned Towmy-Ma, I met the minister on on the grundfloor plas and
pointe s .k Mrspat Wrgtwh anaccm e me If ee went fih ne nSn he according t 1 to theIeso r FR T
^-7 ineptaaled lat to pending some time da. Mr Hervey for hep an roval and if fOR
what eq all yr uw- t* in Atlanta with friends. ligMater-And what did you say. dar-thy Mr him for the aproval, NIXONa
___________________B___d__n____ Tommy-I said: 'Get thee behind to Pensacola. at s..Mra,Kl
( lty of Tolui. Luca family are pew occupying the Kellar I me, Satan," and ran right away from pheS* 116
O.,* 37 o ToleK*, Lumas summer hoge oa the Jbaryshore. They r r r a-
fet t.at & Mayor Tom Johnso finds it difacult |3'
trina lathe Cty of *these days to even obtain a respectful
I,~~hea oSs ~ y ^~fnf^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ W C S \ \ Uif ONE- ^ heariniE on the trolley system propost- *- **:*- *
-o ekadeey TEPR __OOD STO__E tion. Evevyomae is thinking and talk-
for-a eame ten every THGE P URE 0aSTORE. | .- u Forest C7ty.-Erie III Dril/ A r pTu
-TimesI


this 6th day Of Deeemvber.
W.-GL.EA3oN, UiN.
S- stakes We Announce ""
Notary Pub c.
=HU SaVA F O U General Demand Systematic Thefts From the D
ST F EVERYof the Well-nf d ofe ord Avery Hardware Co.
S Plls toer mm- THING XECESARY TO alas be.na for a simple. pleasant and
-a .PERFECTION IN THIe e c ic: t litii al)xative remedy of known Wagy yo
SNARY ART WE value; Ua l ive which pibysicias could
HAVE. AND NEW GOOD; actionH for famiy use because its corm- Three men are under arrest at the Out SO (
.ARtIVING DAILY. rt- ar" knwto s to b police station as the result it sys-
SSTOCK IS A poent ow t the to be thematic thefts fro the A ery Hard- n't
SFRIS1 AND WE SHALL a wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, ware & Supply Co., which ave been
SKE XP oR TO C M D W SA _-ncoir bb" to the system and getle, yet lolng on for several weeks. The
KEP OR CUSTOMERS _-_ ____. men, all of whom are ngrees,. are laS--se
POSTED REGULARLY prompt in tn- Joe Merlin, a driver Ia the empoy of
SABOUT WHAT IS CO- In supiiying that demand with its ex- the frm, Andrew Lanier sad Jesse
ING IN. IA)OK FOR OUR O m combination of Syrup of F eand Bells the two latter rma r a-black-
AD SUNDAY. Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Synrup The thefts were reported to Marhal
C -. proceeds along ethical lines and relief, Sanders a short time ao. an .e
-w on themenits of the laxative for its remark- a i
1 .e "nally resulted hi a lr age P(r
Iabesoeteu. quantity of material Waed t black-s
That is one of many reasons why smith and carria abhos at tae place
='v,." -conducted by Lamler mai elL The
rup of iand Eir of Sen is goods had the the Avery
A. the p 'ee by the Well-Informed. rm tamped apo ad the
;. g|t yFrOCK WO" LITTL GIRL. To get its beneis effects always buy qs u tty was out u to J .
Candy. The attractive frock show n t e sketch is a practical model for a the manaIactured by the Cali- t whicerg te i mde. lvhe haslstmb
small girL and the design w ld be pe*lent either for cloth or a washable ena dt b h C- two men werete for y- t
^Phoges 4W-Bd 178> Amaterial. The model was ia wilte washable French flannel, with trim- foraia Fig Syrup Oa., only, and for sale Ing stolen property 1n their *aa5fr a
ap of pale blue braid, e pale blue and pale blue buttons. by aB leading druggts. Price fifty emms .
." The littl roke was *.tacabe I W- t sheer white tucked lawn. .with
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Idren Still Making
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of the eleven little chil*
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begging for cleatt saW
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roughly Investigated, sad
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to ti0 local haialkble
appea. which aprd
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sale. W.R.Tay-
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...twiaM.e -ted at Nao. 21? and 212 North kCeyle
46** lae. IM n lvetoment, for both ............$1000.00
leitar'ge wr frontg Perdldo Say, with beautiful
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So nMl o TerragenM street, near Romena street, with
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NgTFAL PPOPMR TY OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT YOUR WANTS.
PnA 6V4UMANCL A OLAN*JOADE IN ANY AMOUNTS
~isdM u 0r Sltese to Leote i the o5sunt Saulding.
tf-UCT16 @vtO CO@RRESPONU CE SOLICITED.

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TH RESMTAL AOBNY.
LE6l uEAL ESTA S. *NTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
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"THIS FOR THAT."

i e awa.y a new patented tea-making
4 0p- *O N, purchase of Dalley's TeaI
Le. atoe e re. Phone 400
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UUUM~wO PM THU JOURNAL.


Palaf6x Street


Stores

FOR RENT

At Reasonable Rental.
We ate offering the store
6n 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.

hotOn 6 Watson, Agtf
"'tHB RENTAL AGENTS.


FOR SALE.
BALDWIN COUNTY Truck Farm for
Male. Raied the onest Irish potatoes,
etc.. een this year. Rare opportunity
and a bargain. Also registered Jer-
sey bull from dam with record of 20 lbe
butter in 1 week. P. W. Paulson, Silver-
hB, Ala. 2ocet3t*
LAUNOH.22% feet long, 44-inch beam, 7
SH.M P.e Speed about 10 miles per
howu. Appy A. Wrlghton. 6 W. RO-
X treet. sept30ttf
TOR SfAL--OCamping outfit. complete,
srea un. g o. 2 belFto and lot
fo tto owmall capital.
Apply Bo F nca. 27septlw*
'FOR SAL-4Second-hand leather seat
and back barber chair. Cash or on
time. Cha. Solomon Furniture Co..
20-V W. G ovament. sseptlm
SATURDAY AND MONDAYS we will
givo away a new patented tea-making
at with every .ugehase of Dalley's
or coffee at T Tea Store. Phone
,40, 26sept
FOR SALE-A fine 2-story house with all
nmders oonvenipnces, on East Hill, one
block fr -ear line anal on a corner fac-
itgmnth Md east Large lot, s00.
FOR SALE-Beautiful home on Bayou
Chco, the Improvements co.t more
'than th sale price, at $4000.
A S-room house and 5 lots on East Hin,
A 6-room house and S lots on West Gar-
den. 8100.
A 6-room house, corner lot, N. Spring
St. Close In. $2300.
A 5-rom1 house and 3 lots on North
A 1ne lot on the corner of Chase and
DeVUller streets. at 2000.
COtte on W. Government St.. $1200.
Cottage on Little Bayou at $1i".
Some business property on Palafox,
Garden, Baylen and Intendencia Ste. Pri-
ces on request.
Also some farms for sale.
JOHN N. DAY. 6 East Garden St.
BEAD COLLARS-Latest novelty out;:
in colors rod white blue and amber.
sent to any adhre6 on receipt of fifty
centl, postpaid. Phone 1029, P. 0. Box
No. 7, Pensacola. ala-
300-ARPENT PLACE. 7 miles from Pen-
saeola, mile west of Olive station.
known as 7-mtie House, on old Jacks.on
road. 30 acres farming and tobacco land.
fenced and crosa-feced with woven-wire,
fence. balance partly cleared, partly tim-
ber. Fine oaks, pear, chestnut and othmr
trees. Stream running *through; many
springs on place; also buggy. harness
o and farming tools, 3 1-room houses.
1 -foot stable, with two rooms; 1 'I-f,,t
barn and other outhouses. Suitable. for
sanitarium, country club. factory, hotel
or stock farming. Price $3,000. For sale
or exchange for city property, improvt-d
or unproved, in part payment, and tilhe
balance In cash. For particulars, address
0. A. VoP Havasy. P. 0. Box 603, or Fishe-r
Real Estate Agency. 17septlm
FOR SALE OR RENT-Scabreze 'P.ittagq.
on Santa Rosa sound. oo d outbuild-
ings and about 19 acres land. extending
from Pensacola bay to Santa Rosa Sound.
Harry W. Gibbs, 27 S. Palafox St.
l"aur
MOR SALB--econd- hand Kranl.-i &
Bach Piano; cheap and on easy terms.
Phone 33. Sept
THE JOURNAL'S -Panama Canal Edi-
tions at 15c a copy. Full of illustrations
and local views. Just the thing to send to
out-of-town friends. They are ready for
mnaltg.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME FOR SALE-No.
616 East Oadaden street, 2-story, 7-
room house, good condition, now rented.
for 25per* month. Can be bought for
83 .Te. Terms 0S.0 er month. Has large
lot. surrounded by beautiful shade trees.
Apply B. LM Clutter, at The Clutter Music
House. l aug |
FOR SALE-A large quantity of old
new.apers at f* cents a bundle.
All clan and ready for use. Just the
thing or wrapping or packing purposes
FOR SAL ADS. always bring result.
Why don't you try The Journal's Want
Ads.? They are doing wonderful things
for other people and why not you?
TOURISTS will ml- The Joual Pana..-
ma Canal Editn the thing to send
to fri at e. It is lbed withat-
trietjve pictureu scnns and views from

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L S. BROW 6

A ftoi het.coSal oor.'

$ 400-Lots 1 and 2, Block 188, N-r
City. A
$ 430-Lot 70x137, north side Cervntea
street, between 13th and 14th Ave.
$ 735-Lots 11 and 12-. Block 79, N2e
City. overlooking the bay. Mo
more like these.
$ 850--21j lots on Jackson St., just east
of No. 400, south front.
$2250-5 lots on North Hill.
$2 0---Choice building lot on Strong St.,
between residences of R. A. Hyer
and J. S. McGaughhy, 92x150. Ab-
solutely the only one left in this
choice residence section.
4100--4-room cottage. Wo. 415 N. th
avenue, part cash balance easy
terms.
M-000-No. 505 East Gadsden street, 7
rooms.
S7W0--No. 014 East Strong St.
$35--No. 515 North 7th avenue.
2 -19-No. 423 E. Cervantes St.
*1tS0-Takes the 6-room cottage and east
half of Block 232, New City. Paqt
cash.
$4200-House and lot, northwest corner
of Romana and Spring street. Ts
Is close in and a- bargain.
$4500-Two-story dwelling and corner lot,
near Escambia Hotel, bargain.
$ 0-Each, 3-room houses, No. 1114 N.
"G" St. and 1203 W. Wagner, on
terms of $6 per month-
$ 00 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 wage-earner or anyone want-
ing to own their own homo, on
plans like rent.
Other property for the asking.,
If you have money and will lend it on
gilt-edge security, call and see 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 loans. We invite you to
do business with us elthqr in person or
through correspondence.


FOR SALE.
FOR SALE-Good surrey. Also family
horse. Leslie E. Brooks. Soctlw
FOR SALE-Timbered lands in large or
small tracts. Southern Real Estate and
Investment Co., Plomaton, Ala. oct3tf
FOR SAL --Lots 7 and t. block 110. New
City. U. W. Marble. 730 Twelfth Ave.
loctlw*
FOR SALE at a bargain a lot 65x125 feet.
with 4-room house. located at 504 N.
"G" street. Apply on promises. 29septIw*
FOR SALE-Two upright wall show
cases, cheap. Apply Gem Book Store.

FOR SALE-Two bull tenrriors, mate and
female, pedigreed. Two years old. Ap-
ply W. Humphries, 23S East Gregory.
27septlw*
FOR SALE--A Singer universal feed shoe
repair machine, good as new. Apply
720 W. Government street. 27eeptlw*


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THE A, B, C OF INVESTMENT
is*to buy where theo ropepety must increase in value.
and "Buy Where It is for the lateret of the Seller to Have That Property
Grow."
The first rule is so plain that no argument is needed. The second of
these two rules--
Buy Where It is for the Inteest of the Seller to Have that Property
Grow, is worth meet careful consideration.
The broad principle of Russel Sage'q advice. "Young Man, Buy Real
Estate," will soon rank with Horace Greeley's aphoriqm-"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 wel buy the best, that is buy lots with the
company that builds and develops?
All we ask you to do Is to compare our East Pensacola lots with any
other property in or around Peasacola.
We guarantee street car connections through to Magnolia Bluff within
nine months from date. b
You can buy these East Pensacola building lots now for $50 and up,
each according to location, on the Installment plan, at 10 per cent. down
and 5 per cent monthly, no Interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
and mortgage or all cash with liberal discount.
Only 50 lots will be sold at present prices. When this allotment Is
sold. no further sales will be made by us until after street car line is com-
pleted.
Six years ago a few brave souls bought lots In New City for $50 each.
The street car line was extended and many of these lots have sold
for $500.00 each, since then. East Pensacola wfl do as well. The biggest
boom that ever occurred In the history of the world, will withid the next
few years take lace In Real Estate, and mark these wodsa East Pensacola
will be a record breaker.
No l ot sold 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 sold.

The Pensacola Investment Co.,
1 North Palafox St.


$3650


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For a new 5-room
and hall house on the
south side of the hard
road, at Fisherville.


-- _______ __- ___^_^___Cor___ e. Rtemaea aand Palafex Sta.. tw& e s upstairs.

n -- "j .HELP WANTED. A" Invoitni ft.
HoW NT DWeahaVesfor sale at a sacriice to right party a lae sae kdewandblid
VU U factory and planing miln itsUated at geiadd a- Pensacola, ha. ThiS plea
SWANTED---A house girl at once. 19 N. s,up-toate In ry way and ea e purchased on very reas
Baylen street 3oct3t
$2500-- rooms, bath, gas, electricity,
one block from Palafox. WANTED-An experienced stenographer
3500-9ro d a s moaedrn. st et, and office assistant. Address in own ITHEL lO[IS ER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
tween 8th and 9th avenues Bath, handwriting, giving telephone number if "*TE RENIT c *a VrCOW
gas, electricity. cash, balance. one. P: 0. Box .ensacol. 3oett REAL LAt ~ k : ltITS and LOANS
Sper cent. This house cost over WANTED-A girl at once, to help with 206 S. P ilef St. Phe --fM. ., Pe.sh-ee vI4.
1100-6 rooms and hail, East DeSoto sewing In a tailor shop. Almo one drem-"I..
near 10th avenue. Loot ~ xl maker. W. K. Bishop, 12 W. ,omana Lt
S100 cash. $20 month. 2octt*.
$210 rooms a1nEd hall.sneV, t ack- G WAatak W .... .. ".. .
son street, betweenHth and 12th AGENTS. .AT Inevery section to MI(WLr W. ...
avenues. Terms easy. write the best accident and health In- lo.
You can buy a home caper now than surance in existence. 825 week easy
$25,000 to lend in amounts from $100 up. o rida Pala tka, Fla. oct2w* ALr SaTT v
on improved real estate. WANTED-E enced accountant. Give S.T betwan AGD ULTRY
full particulars and salary wanted. Goo. a=d Rman t. Sts. 2ept
_______ E.M Wood Lumber Co.. Caryvmle, Fla. ** ^...*.....
loct4t SATURDAY A1D MONDAY we will
give away a new patented tea-making TO C TTLU O W1NB--I he a e um
WANTED-Instructor in German for pri- o with evhas of D y e ed y bll r WOs Rat
I -h-t D l--- vate lessons, by young man. Address Tea or Coffee, at The Tea Store. P oae a aae. oer Ow combr t
Leslie L. Brooks o. .en." care JournaL 28sep.uS ,.M. w Is H
WANTEDa-A frat-class short order and NOTICE--I will ot be rapoinsibie for OR SAUI-Two ged mules. Les le R.
general cook, steady position and good debts contracted. by Baviwe Le Polde- Brooks. etlm
(Incorporated.) salary to reliable party. No drunkards vant or anyone eleo. m 0. LQPoldevant.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. need apply. Address, Cafe, Postofflice S4septim* WE-T3 PNIX DUCKS-For rles ed
43 South Palafx Street. Box No. 1. Quincy, Florida. 29septlw* Infra on white W. I. Myers, P. 0.
A. H.L McLEOD & CO., am -akers-Can- Box 7, Warri ton Pla. mpt2w*
WANTED-Clerk for general store. Lady vase from 14-taeh to 9 -inch. of all
or gentleman. Give references. age, weights. La supply of AwaBt oods. FOB. SAIJB-Four white rabbits, full
HOTELA experience and salary wanted. Geo. Tents, Cots. '* ak. Qtc iamways n grow, at $1.00 each. Address C. R.
Wood Lumber Co.. Caryville, Fla.29sept5t stock. 70M South Pa ua Andalusa. Ala. 2mputlw*
SATURDAY AND MONDAY we wMI WANTED--A carrier boy with a wheel IT MAKES NO DIPERENC what WANTED-To buy a good mUnch cow.
give away with efery purchase Of Apply Circulation Department, Journal. you've los or found, or hat you have Must not give less than gals.p
Daile Teain or Coffee. n patented 27sept for sale or want to buy or- exchange: t day. Address **Cow*, Care Usk 44. cty.
tea-making spoon. The ea Store. Phone makes no di4erence whether you want to -
400. 2asept SATURDAYS AND MONDAYS we will employ anyone r want a job The Jour-
give away a new patented tea-making nal s Want Ads. adowd the emlest, quick- WATED--Good a much cow at .
Old newspapers a^e ome poon with every purchase at The Tea eat and cheapest metoM. ply W. L. GarSeld U
either in the "e or b the The. The tore. Phone 400. "septt
.ournalsesba t .ERCHANTS MAl tC. Thor. a1t. WANTa?-Tepnsliec to kno wdec .1il
They are neat e d covent WANTED-Middle-aLe. wntte woman to Thorsen. l.. a kid of .hha ve seM.e hur e V It
C-a' r do cooking and housework; position per- moving a a . Br h t cetrt t s
WINTER RESORT--l "ld Mill" fn nmnent to right party. Must give best of for ab nP t_.__ ?stnd w n .o
on bay showe 10 rtM Ide from city reference. P. 0. Box 347, Marianna Fla. phone 97L. Depot phone L $1j corn. I. Ph. Ma-tP. Pon .
winter Oct. 1 .AI convenintces. ...Ptlm YOU.A" UDOD bv Yw KL the Ileo Oan y tew "-
Address Miss Ille Tayler. -Old Mill' WANTED-A firt-ciass horseshoer. Good It cests sO More to asw-the b t. wI L t thelieen yu owil
Inn, Pensacola. Fla. Phne m. seept salary to right man. Apply or address it done at the Maye Psaem W. M q at .
J. E. ioggan. 1026 East Cervantes street. Owww __
LOST-A ood ttY to rent or eO- City. 10septim* JNO. A. BERG-Mter of salh -a I
o eae t in Thes Jou nal want WANTED--Railway Mail CmlerTK Mail awn _.t ..rp s M MONEY TO LOAM.
thi coum oCarlers, -Postodae yClerks. fe1100.00 fewoer w t awainga madT
yearly. Vacation. Preparation free. $ m io y ..... efr sn_ wre W wuo ww ee-
EVER!r HOTEL in West Florida and naton here November 18th; comn- or yo Nowmbe ke jYOU WANT TO BOeRW at.!er;
South Alabama should carry a small ad moo education suMclent. Write Imme- .rIf f YO wo i ktoe t 141at
in this column. The cost is only $1." diately. Franklin Institute, Rochester. N. .. ra te of In nrest a
ner month for four lines or less. Y. Sseptlm* EDUCATIONAL.. try The J urnal'swet .
NORMAL COURSE, CONSERVATORY way.
~Method; Harmony, Pedagogy L C. 8 L & I

67. loctmI
Students qlfy for Weak. Cr O 652 2

l MISS LILLA. McKILEY will reopen her
1,C) c /private school October Iet, at her reald.54m7,,
fopt _.dene 60 N. Sth 'avenue. Pupils for
ftt night school also received. 30septste 0A0""Ljs a po p e e55n1 met S
MISS MiARGARET MACLAY will reopen 1comng to 7e<'S 0i~IhI
.... ;:: Jher Kindergarten at Pl W. Strong e,
4 _- Istreet on MondayOecto, r the oth. Phone lr tm
7MUSIC-Miss Ims llle Williams. 13-25E. GtAd eni --
mFourteenth street phase62. r2. nSep.w RM RNJoe D
ENGpI-LeUTHZRA.N1ScbNool 24 West suntayrt
Garden street begins October lt .
Grades one to eight, inclusive. For terms ulmPR R AM -w. e ~ t
apply E. Riedel, i rincipe 10 West Gar- sa r in y st
den street. 20leptew< -aqtesos o rIthan phoe
SMR. WILLIAM PAC'KHAM, Mu.- Bac.. Mor s P I- "9
oPiano, Theory. r Lesons at Pupls" eesl -TO O OP Ii
I denies; also organ. P. 0 Address Pen-
sacola, Fla. I eeptIma BOARD AND ROOM i
PIANO LESONS----M1 Gertrude Fried-
l man. Phone 272. 222 W. Cervantes St. ROOMS FURNISHED OR b1l Het
sept nised. 1V N. Alcane l n strewaet.
MRS. WILLIAM BE8SEY, Conservatory
_r.- graduate, has had long and successful FOR RENT-Two completely fu
.. experience in piano Instruction; is ready rooms, suitable for light heasmo l
E -B to take advanced pupils In technique, Use of gas. bath and phone. b_
B phrasing and Musical Interpretation, com- mornaine. Phone 1225. ft*
bining Critical Music Study. History.
H Composers and Their Works. Classes for TWO ROOMS COMPLE T E yLit.-
^^^^ children will be opened on Kindergarten nished for light houekei. sth
Span. New ad attractive method, igC gas and phone. 301 W. Cae mt.
-- East Gadsden IZseptIm
1--4 J" 'T J"V ^l 1 t4 IL 1 T.T VMISS BELL W rITING will re-open her FOR RENT--One room with board S
~ I I~i i r-^ school October 1st, at 521 N Spring St. two. Private family. One block ft
-. .. Y o. r .. . .B eptgtf East Hill car line. near water front.
'Box 724, reneacola, Fla.
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Constant nelp min argam nndng is given the woman of the nouse by The jour-
nal's Classified pages.

Every morning these pages open your window to all the chances to save
money that can possibly interest you. No matter how closely you are conflicd within
the four walls of home, the whole array is opened out before you each day.

If you need furniture, the Vclassified pages disrlosp a van full of the finest,
which some householder, who is making a long move, will dispose of at ridiculously
low figures.

If you have a little money to invest in a house or lot-here is just the prop-
erty you want on the market at half its value because somebody must have the money
at once. Read these advertisements. You will be suiptised to see how little it takes
to become a property owner.

Anything and everything you can use you will find it in these pages.

And if you have something to sell-the Classified pages come up promptly with
the buyer. "

Many women are. not only saving money, but constantly adding to the family
income by making a business of watching these pages.

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WEST PO A pleasantly.ts and ce ay coeent,
WANT AD Guille narde St. M30t
S M TWO UNFURNISHED room. cloe Ia
1 1-. g ood pelghborhood. Apply 46Sa

APA dLArFT A OR RENT-Cormfortablt furnished re--
APALACHICOLA. with gas and bath. one block from Pl-
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 1"s09W.
FULLER HOTELNU Awaadleela. Oldest -
esUshed l aty; e*. t LARGE. weu ventilated oms. wieWitm.
estervweek.atesLan2. Spec ern and southern expoeurs, iV-
-l rate woo y* T- Ip1 without meals ;table best market a-.
--- Gas, bath Car Une. 401 East

M. A. BA R & CO. RmWT-Pm-mnd or w.
MANUPACTURER front room. south anad
-wmT Phone and bath. to
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DWELLINGS FOR RENT.
WWST SIDL EAST SIDE.
S. 1211 E vnt St. ........ r
1M0 N. Palaex St. ....~... .$15.00 Cor. lth Ave. and 10th St....1b
90S N. Rs ....1.0 or. 15th Ave. and 14th St....U
724 W. Zarmsae ........... 10 No. 13 E. Intanncta ......
1815 W. Jacks n St. S ...... 10.00 No. 308 L Intendena ......
207 N. Reu St. .............15.00 STORES.
BOARDING HOUS AL D &eel. a S Lt... s ..............
BOARDING HOUSES. tndna..........
National Hotel, 11 room .....700 106 South Tarragmna ......... LI-
00 E. Wright St..............5.00 1 S20W Tarragona........
12 W. Roemans ............
S-room houee on E Gregery..600 Stoere on Sout Pelafox St.
S 216I S. DeVilners t. ...$..5..$.10 Stere near Petafox.







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NL"aFocromedeinn
WOO Di ,d w During the
of [Past Wee Ik.SM
psc/, ls araL
Chattanobga, Tenm., Oct. 2.-During
..-^ *- the past six days there has been a
steady accession of industrial plants
In the southern states, involving, in
B '. "" Athe aggregate, the investment of sever- u l .
Sal HIon of dollars. Theme are in- 1
dictated by the accompanying table. a
-* Traeman, a including only the a be frti U? oYoeri
more Important new industries located
V. .-.^IP in the southern states during the week go gre t U f lo(.
ending today. Among these are a lum- E WM...M
ber company in West Virginia, a 4500.- mges, c-T mia Fever ssid
'Ai4**O manufacturing company and $500O,- IUrC- A
o B 01 retery a iVirginia; a $100,000
mbdu#1W company in Texaa, a4100,000 XM IL.C. orukiSqH o-
8.1.CM..writes:."I.have
-9ue-etqniW cimpaiy in North CarI- Sv
lias, a manufacturing company in MiW Shnzs
mIU sou, two lumber mills in Missis-ippi e sa dIi ,
a S,000 sand and gravel company t Her
Sin L poisiana. a! cotton seed product
r- .- .4. c eompsay In Ket tcky. a cotton mill inu .ad waAopl eUd.I
r... Georgia. paper factory in Florida. cot- Iflwy."
S- ton company in Arkansas, and a $100, PM = Sc. -



pow;" i'nestmeti company.
Opeuk"a-#1600 c eoCPsay. at by
smae&-L c mescompany.
m -^ -. G Bay-Tl er ho-ecompany. W. A. IYAT-rMRWRTE,
Jackson-410,W lumber company. r Pa gsthW.S Fla.
gopen a ren ed P rr three feet vertically, a al t way Gleaso-111 factory and shi-
aWOW I 4PIa around the tree except for a strip of ls W nrOB ris, Sr., to S. b. Cantarrakas-East
brk bout two nche ecottonompany. 8 of lot 25, bock 79 West King
It tl(reblt(lop). and hasB Sclent to keep the tree alive. After ZInc-30,000mining company Tract-<40.
eg g pm1 lInches and 36 five years' chipping this strip of bark Helen-$10.000 chemical company. . Jernigan to W. A. Boyett-
a nInches. b5 S* ch stree. is also cut and the tree soon dies PinteBlu-1.0 camhemilr.tmpcm Commencing at stake at S. E. corner
S* On account of the codes of the py of S. E. 1-4 of N. E. 1-4 of Sec. 6. Tp.
Arrive climate where the red pine grow, the Florida. 5. N. R 20 West and ruu E. 421 ft.
Wte j r a, Parley, 14 resin does not flow readily, bub hard Tampa-Quarries, cigar factory. Northerly 927 ft West 33<4 ft. North-
.9:ot dT aine Biu*-rrs. cigaer f orky.
St. vtcest to J. A. Merritt & Co. ens soon after it exudes from the tree. acksonville $,000 development rly 189 ft West 373 ft and 1:1320
SBr as. ippon5, Car It is necessary, therefore, to expose a --0 r factory to begnnng.-110. and other con-
dif e tof r. Juaus ,eyer. large surface in order to get a suf- P -0.eorg acsory. .iderations..
Claored. ficient yield. Nor does the resin now jAtlanta-4 lMn cod.pann.
Ribeltem, Br so, eretlce. 1962, for far enough to 4e caught in lIquid fori cl7ntte-Mi4ln om pn yt.
Manester, with 123,4 a ft sawn in "boxes" or cups, as it does in tats A t 1M cot mill.st hudJ is t
wtter, 1W a tt luouer. coBtry. Therefore it has to be A "s. r Hcg- ftok.
tmgr ,r as. Taylor, for Buenos scraped o ater it hardest. Theo- builders' supply
It&....Ayr- w-tJ 2,as i a ft lumber. whole -oduct, which atouynts to ob ,00 der pp y a8 f t7 and...0
Sfo a Mar. Ital bk. iare, 518. for Pal- about two oaces a year from each ullcom0 chemical co
erag, with 3Z 0 at ft luimber. tree, is comparable with the "scap o ny,$10,f00 auto conemialy motor
Awch forms only. small part of the company,10.000 cotton seed SECRET S.
LIST OF VWeSS" IN PORT. yield obtained In warmer climates. ra dcti ompw. W.10,000 nant and SE
"" UB'fc*-^-- 17Fro *fcaseuMr Spirits of turpentine and rosin ar dc S ainL F. A.
I .t w, Br .ans, 1990. Ge- prepared from this crude resin by d M iceand coldcommunication of Ec
.-- s to Suth Atlantic Steamhip Co. tillation with steam in the usual wan- store pln -Menday. October 5. at 7:3 o'clock.
Sadmep Br as, Paterson. 2773, ner. The tree is utilized further than Lt, ana visiting brothers fraternally in-
Maste arrived In.prt TampweO t Gaf Trarsit Co.. this, however. The outside slabs with e Rouge 000OOO sand and vt.J Quiv W. WATSN.
& Ri- Anirewwa. briaging fsates. Br -s. Prentiee, 2248. 'Ha- seared surfaces, to which some reao Bes Rou ompay a J .Qiecretary. M

art av -. kUt ., _dvic, a4, Ga- 1coal. a0d womd < pesti ae. The Tire nAi6.- -- --,,rel sI- w i ch W te,.t ,M........ epim. -gin .usc4]ir October 6th. at
S"to.Ot Trasit Co. - the tree is eaed for f-ee saa tor --cer 5SA- eelun r o n I-atn of Fmsa-
Ss 'Taylor, 2293, Gi- making the barrels in whid the prodi- S iie invited.
-ets am shipped. FUW4 E FOWLER.
E -4Wi;maofthe &ao b A tetoftea SpaibC. 204, Ha- It Is possible that after our outh- ai M W hue co W. M.
.fr tk M ,. t as ic a dally xctp we o e H tu aoMRS. F. M. H 1fTff.
67"with,.11 -+ealturentinct. tome of tt-_oAM -owart.ouse company. Secretary.
M ta,Nr NMe lpsaBacker, 1632, trees of the colder parts of the r te Kola- I mbermain VOLULNEE* VETERAN FIREMEN
"l-t-lpk Mr -h *ICrh N~ A*def to otder. States may be utilized like the red Bllxi-l .rr "'' -
at Ital ship Avea. Avegao 1477, pine of Russia as a source of naval Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Asbocia-
S. Plemos Ayres to Rsco Bos. stores, although the yield may be St. Louis-Manufacturing company, tions meets at Knights of Columbus
iElt.rbe r. .at Nork 1, sa. r. small and the prss tedious. 0.000 land company. Hal the rst Priday in each month.
Cablo, Nor!733, uerto Jonesburg-010,000 mining company. J .N. ANDREWS,
151" e tt ~.=br to j'4 rpth C@aroiis,. ABE DAI E President.
S1 i lC 6 A jaS G9toitwreensboro-100,000 ma-nnf-cturing Secretary.
awY s, N .or bk, Johaon, 14 U M Greenvlle-450,0MO bottling works. ^UGHTER& OF RESEKAN.
Nor .WS3Sm -Mnarch Therb- eprville- 25$100, wa nhg compy. N
k rms, trm Ne to W. L eW u to JCo. A" aV Austine-Cir-aigar factory. cw. of CE.



a, with a. cargo o fCZ Shteroman-Gas plant. g r Neither the Captain, owners
iS *n S di ptr e. M a 10 Va- Amercan NationalsB4 eamont-chair factorysa Bnam tof the BritS .
L Ia Ie to t aatoaer e u P aort Worth-$30.000 brick works. u e r apible for debts con-
moa b weNs ts a. Joha 1U Will Umo O L to Crwell-$30.0e land company. trt the rw of aid
ok Wet etrn the ]Ste ha $s.or .er o ohepherd--5.-on oil company. JO A ME T & .. Cap in.
N Oa iil l" Nor. b 1-urd. l onevdr to Sidewalk Grades. .V.w... .e ..... rdnl.
1 at of W- --wAt P~ estonburg-450,e i- colEnf etuw OTIC
*g t sae6n O s2x WA ,t -.- There was no meetasg o the City aexandrina 0 m ufacturag alp ofLtheBi is
t Council yesterday, it being, made u tiplnyp $500,000 oil mfn-ery. responsible for ,debts contra t-
*1ecessary by the fact that the arc a- ixlagton-$50,W building and loan ft by t Cw ofE Aeel.
jTor' et tri ,-wel b. ..k lorsesand tects and contractor or the Ar- land company:AAN NAVAL STOReS Captain.o
thae 8b--- "---a Mt Ut- can National Bank sky rap ter s reewel --e 0 land compaany. ny A StR Conswgns.
She will carry g that the building would e mh West Viplna. n
idadr t. om i lor & CQ Garden St. to the new street grade. .As the Parkerrburg-o$30,h development
ts p SE? inrI by Mr. 4****I ***to*l* o IM*.. mebers who were aa o.ntied with ,exsan 75.,040 manufacturing
uu -ijihi ae ld., a 1W W S O Ni tnh' elt that the mattr ha6 beeab. A--UU-
.......^.i ^^ ........ C l yeterdy, itB wnK s d amicabhly went to the city ball. y C^ r $50KoW lrumbe }nr mau yntret-
I M "17 H n NAVAL TORES. ll___n__ __th _tn--_' b aal-w Trew- F Pp d Sv .
s h s dd.ona fa 18 0 .1 Re l_ Estate Transfers. (' CRYg PARIACT.
i >The .rl, e paid is A glance at the way in which naval -elwa as a I Iest 1 th. real es tate _t
ff r1t 13.7t penyds. stores are obtained i. Russia ervc... mmrs who wereons ws* .-y _
-w steamer of 7.400 to show what Io likely to happen fih t tril. i_ -e- _m 2 19 "' -L
The pacity. on 3 3-4 this coeuatr when the lw- lea pine "-DEEDS, Oct 2, 1908."


Mll ty launched on the forests, fr.m which our naval store. Lewis Willis to The Pensacola Ral-
holmbeen s ld to Hamburg indutrv der4tes the raw anateria; f'- 5 y Co.-All right title and interest ContaCtOr
.'-p 41t.00 She will turpentine, rosin, tar, and pitch, have n and to Sec. 30. Tp., S. R. 30 West. Et-eieall i xtue., desk light, J.
Segne, 300 r. been depleted. by he boani -$1.00 and other considerationst NO ltACT sOke et s.
291-2 Inches, 4. Red pinf" called by the botanist J E Alexander by Sheriff to Robert NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE.
1i laes,. by 48-inch pinus sylvestris. is the tree which the ATW IcKianon-60 ft by 110 ft in N E. NO CONTRACT TOO SMALI
8 0s kaots. Two bo ller Russians explot for resin, as tiohe lon,; M corner of block 81 East King Tract-
working pressure. leaf pine of the southern stat-s is ie.x- tosee P"20. aE W PEAK E,
M Be. Her dimensioas ploited in thief country. In securing W "3S t Robert McKinnon to Escambia P
feet. breadth 50 the resin the Russians chip the tree. R alty Co.-40 ft by 110 ft in N. E. Phes 345 and 955.
4 much as we do, but a far smaller yield a ner of block 81 Eant King Tract.
p nrand cargo is secured. --^l- s_- Al C
... old to Greeks Each yewr's -chipping extends about T.1a line Morria and Riciard Mor- Porida and m
-' .LAND COMPANY


PIsat theiu.Ist, beck benot, or asbe, m yfW9oof of fanpie ftrmle.
ar* e h ~ Peawdowpn 11*
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and


BURN GAS

That's the way to remove the first barrier
comfort and happiness in the home. Ideal for coo


ing, heating and lighting.


PENSACOLA


Phone 148.


Economical, too.


GAS COMPANY


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24 and 27 E. Garden Street.


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"MONEY MAKES MONaY.


We Have Declared Interest

On Our Savings Accounts.


If you have an account with us call and have the interest enter.
ed on your book. If you have no account, open up one and get Inter.
esat on it for the next quarter. Deposits n ade to the tenth of this
month bear interest for the quarter.


We pay four er cent. c Ppunde. quartey.


AMERICAN NATIONAL BAI'


DoetlNaited Dpaory of the United StaSt. ,
Capital tock. SODa. Surplus, $14000.
MAILsW. Ir. 3.IL k JA. PIemer, J
Praidm. VSe-pm- & Casbi. hsw. Cashier.


Pensacpla Bank & Trust Co.


T. A. JENNINGS.


F. E. Braweer,
oiver Jernagan. .;-.
Go. L. Lapplhgofn
Lop Mayr.
T. A. Jenmingsf


Capital, O0 00
CARL N. JIMNASAN
Vice*-reel eat and Camw


I.- R CTORS
Trhe F. WeSt.
W. L. Mey"4er,.
J. Sheamker.
Carl H. Jamagan.


J. R. Jensigam
W. C. Dewberry,
J. H. Paea,
J. A. WrMgMt.
W. W. Flemrney.


WE DO A GENERAL BAKING AND TRUST
BUSINESS.




THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANEj
PENSACOLA


A GeInral making lueamm Ce.ndutaed nm a e oandaovestwvela

omrpondenc e SellcltadL' IL. M. wielll, Camtle-


S. REESE. R. M. CARY. J. W. DOUR, W. x. QUIMA.
Prem.deaL Vie-Pmiesta Caser. Aamnolt ~iwe.

Fhe Peoples National Bank ol

Pensacola
CAPITAL *MMI00L UMPLUIS AND UNDIViP#WD PROri 6 M -.
DIRECTORIs
J. J. HOOTON, R. L. CABT L J. 1 E VES. Tp. L WI .
W. A. DrAia.mTrU JS. 0. mm. W. Do0. AIMl
General Eankaing aamee Trumscted mW amunts 4801 0;w ""
=am gie e S AttembUme


EDUCATIONAL.


UNIVERRtTY OF THE STATI OF
PhLOWA.
GalneaviUM, Fla.
A high grade anstitatioa for yo
me, A ease tvery wP. er its
logue address.
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For P-.Atolg address.


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The Great Secret


Whatever may be the after operations of men
eminent in the world of finance, the beginning of a
competence is uniformly found to be in spending less
than one earns, and saving the surplus. Saving is
the great secret of success
We pay four per cent., compounded on your sav-
ings.
Commercial accounts solicited. /



First National Bank

of Pensacola. Florida.
Designated Depository of the Unitted States
W. H. Knewa.% PasM iet. W. K. HMyer, Jr., Vice-Pre oomst and Ca4
TMee. W. rst, AM't. CA l ra. W. N. Robertsa Aest. WCadlm at
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I'-HtWRA HOUSE

r saturday. October 3.
S Matinsi at & p. m.
HENRY B. HARRIS.
Mw.e e-r.t Triueoh o t he Century.

STE LION
AND

THE MOUSE
By Charl* Klein.
Athber of "Tot* Music Master." .
SClever. Cast of Usual Standard.
atti.. New Stage Settlngs.
Pses.. 1.io, Lt.00, 75e and SOc.
eat sale opens Thursday at a. m.

Three Nights, Gommeratfg
MONDAY, OCT. 15.
SMatibee Wednesday.

PAYTON SISTERS.
i Big Company
esentilng Monday Ni"t the New Light

"The Man Outside"

Vaudeville Between Acts.
Night pr m."a1. 20c. 30C.
Matnee. Chidr. lOc; Adulta, 20c.
LADIES FREE.
A lady fre* with each 30-cent ticket
S Mrehasd before p. m., Monday. Box
o 0ew open.


I-A Wonderful Chid C oj


TY COWB HKADUNER
FOR ALL4TAR TEAM
seeslat to The Journal.
San Franolsoo, Oct. 3.-When
Reach's all-staw, ander the manage-
meat a~ fMkm Pisher, sail -for the
Orieat tl- at part of November, the
biggest star of the bunch will be Ty
Cobb, the great slugger. Cobb is to
the American Lea ae what Hans Wag-
ner is the National He is a won-
derful.- yer. Detroit pays him a
prlacey salary and he Is worth every
cent of It. A player of Cobb's class ,a
always an attraction.
Cobb wilt be a bead-liper tn the
Orient. for bis record Is known wher-
ever 4 baM l Is played Reach's all-
-stars "wll piy a couple of games at
Recreation apk before sailing, whicn
will give an "ridsco fans a chan.-e
to see Cobb work.
San Franeiom faws have seen Wad-
dell, Lajole, Delimn. Keeley and sev-
eral other stars now playing in the
Detroit pJrmom. who is a new-comer
In baseball eiles.
LARGE MEETING. WAS
HET.l LAST NIGHT

A meetifg of the Veteran Volun-
teer PFII Association took place last


evening in the Knights of Columbus
hall, a large and enthusiastic meet-
iag being reported. The first reading
of the by4&W* occurred, the con-
stitation a- Wsa to be adopted
by sections. 'l for the coming
season were discussed. There will
be a meetlag on next Priday night
of the eemAV"te oa by laws at 7.30
o'clock at the office of President J.
N. Andrews on Palafox street.
PLENTY OF COIN
IN NATIONAL TREASURY

W.-blagtov. Ot. 2.-The provision-
al ,monthly statement of the stock of
gold and silver in the United States
Son Oct. i, prepared by the direc-
tor of tCa mnt, gives the amount
at $*44.1181, which embraces $1,-
5630,7.479 lt gold and $714,031,072
n silver colas. There has been n
tincreasoe 1 the stock of coin since
SDec. 31, 147, of "0,335,283 in gold
and $033,867 Ina a ver.

c -brcn'be for The J.-rnil.:


STAR


THEATRE
REOPENED
Open. Under New Management.
Moving Pieturee and Mr. Kruslus
in illustrated smnga.
A 10-eent show for



New picture daily. Continuous per.
Permanfe. Ooors open from 2 to 10
p. m. A lean, attractive amusement
for ladlos and children.
_- -.. ..... -

ORPHEM THEATRE
S(OLD CRESCENT.)
The Play Hoame Arownd the Corner
Offers Next Week.
The Kennedys--That Singing and
Talking Girl and Boy Who Black.
Loose Bros-Introducing "The Must-
cal Meat Market." Something New
and Novel.
Gardner. LaClide and Gardner-
Three People in a Burlesque Comedy
Act
Prof. Jones--a Illustrated Melo-
dies.
wathe Frere's Life Motion Picture.
wi effects by Orchestra.
One Matinee every day. Doors open
4 p. m. Curtain rise 4.30 p. m.
Three Night Shows-7:30, 8:30 and
9:30 p. m.
Commencing Monday, Sept. 21st,
Matinee price. lOc to all.
Night prices-Children, 10; adults,
20c.
All children over 2 1-2 years old
must pay admission.


Wise Heads Wear Stetson


Hats
The statement is substantiated by the large num-
bers of Stetsons we are putting on the heads of dis-
criminating men in Pensacola. Stiffs and softs in all
the new sbhprs, $3.50..


C ONro Pulafox
and Main
Streets
~oete 297


H. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
PeasooleIa Florl~a.


Com., Palafex
and Gev't.
Stn.,p..
Phoane 473


The Fishers do are appearwl at the Orpheum this week. Baby Fish-
er will put on special features for ladies and children .t the matinee
today.
-a


At the Orpheum Thois eek
The Orpheum this W km b eroke
all recodra having shoed to the
largest number of people ever sbow
to before which i itself shew th
as hard as times are tke Pe6 sool
public will turn out to see a #=od
show, today and aight wil be the
lait time the public will ae an op-
portunity to see the Fisher-a who
are without a doubt the gre atet e-
tortlon act in the world. *The nae
also the Loose Brothers who have a
great musical act waich I away
from any musical act that ha eer
been here, they opel 'with a ,mcal
meat market in which veryth
from an ox tail to a ham is -ilayed.
The Kennedys wao do a black face
singing and talking act are
clever especially Mr. Kennedy =o
is certainly far ahead of say--eea
shouter ever seen here. Last but not
least comes the Orpheum famous -mf
piece orchestra which plays t ic
like have never been heard' heb e,
the orchestra is under the direction of
Prof. Joe -Levy and is compoeqd part
ly of the Nixon family, -Prof. Botr
don, who was confined to his bed the
first two days of this week manuged
to get out Wednesday and take his
place In the orchestra, which could
be noticed from the roll of the dram.
This. popular place of amusement
will arrange a special matinee today
to please the ladies and children, at
which Baby Fisher will perform some
daring feats. The doors wt4 open as
usual at 4 p. in., and the performance


will start immediately at 4:30 p. m.
It will also be remembered that there
will only be one show so get there on
time.
The management wishes to state
that ladies are retugsted to remove
their hats just before the 'how starts,
and that they will have lots of time
to put them on during the picture, at
the matinee yesterday. It was plain
to see that the ladies theaLselves are
beginning to' realize that the wearing
ol hats in a theatre is getting to be
1 nuiNance from the fact that tie
manager had several complaints from
the ladies themselves.
"The Man Outside"
Good plays, like angelic visitations
are rare things nowia-days. Drama-
tizations of well knoWn books are un-
satisfactory from tW. fact that the
climaxes are always a foregone con-
clusion and many of the things we
admire In a story are necessarily lef
out in the drmmnti"ption Some o.
the* lighter plays ha.e no plot to
speak of. q ly a tew situations on
which to hang specialties, but the Pay-
ton Sisters have begn as fortunate
as to secure a new play with a plot
and situation the like of which oc-
cur in no 6ther. Jn '"The Man Out
side," the plot Is of coach a nature that
although the hero confesses to the rob-
bery in the second act It only deep-
ens the mystery which is not solved
until the last act of _the play. The
company produces it the opening
SPght of their engagement at the
opera house _Aonday, Oct. 5. *


MRS. HOWARDP GOULD

DRUNK, IS CONDO fNTION

OF HUSBAND'S LAWYERS


A


attorney Nicoll, For Mr.
Gould, Says Wife Started
Rough House at Bridge
Party and Was Guilty of
Other Unseemly C ,onhct
Hearing October 13.


By Aso^-tated Press.
New York, Oct. S.-To permit oun-
sel for Howard Gould, an opportunity
to "submit affdavits of three disin-
terested persons who had seen Mrs.
Gould intoxicated" a hearing on Mrs.
Gould's application for alimony at
the rate of $120,000 a year was ad-
journed by Judge Gigerich 1 the su-
preme court. The adjournment. fol-
lowed a spirited discussion between
counsel, in the course of which Clar-
ence J. Shearn, attorney for Mrs.
Gould, declared the application for
adjournment was merely jockeying faor
delay to "save Mr. Gould a few paltry
dollars and to attempt to get OR the
records wicked and scandalous state-
ments against Mrs. Gould in as at-
tempt to further blacken her charac-
ter."
At the conclusion of the argument
Justice Glegerich without p9-ent._
granted the application for adjourn-
ment to October 13, after he -had
learned that Mr. Gould had sent his
wife a check for $2,000--ier monthly
allowance, yesterday.
Mrs. Gould's uit Is for aaseparati n
upon" the grounds of abandanent
and cruelty Mrs. Gould has reelved
an allowance of $25.000 trom her hus-
band since they separated. DWring
the course of his argument for a
adjournment Delancey Neoll aM- it
was set forth in Mr. Gould's anwer
that be was justified in abandoalg
iis wife because of her fre4aent Ia-
toxlcati-n-. -
Mr. NicoU said that once when she
was grossly intoxicated t a bridge
party at the home of Mrs. G~eor
Kirkpatrick of this city, Mrs. Gould
attempted to assault several t1 the
women present and bit Mrs. -Ki.
patrick's arm. He said that on anothb
er occasion when Mr. and Mrs. Gou l
were in a box at a theatre. Mrs.
Gould wrongfully accused 'aer hs-
band of afliru Itgak am W eM a


,resses on the stage and of having
winked at the actress.
"We ,will prove" said Mr. Nicoll.
"that not only was Mr. Gould not In-
toxicated and, as his wife asserts, not
alone, that he did not wink at or at-
tempt to flirt with the actress, but
that Mrs. Gould was so drunk that
she had to be led from the theatre.
Mr. Shearn replying asserted that
a& these chazres were false and were
an outrage.



DISTILLERY TO

LOCATE HERE


Birmingham Distilling


Co.


to Move Plant Into

Pensacola.
A distillery is to locate in Pensa-
cola In the near future, the Birming-
ham Distilling Co.. now doing busi-
ness at Birmingham. Ala., having Jd-
cided to move to Pensacola and con-
tinre in business.
T. J. Dusenberry, the president of
the concern, was recently in Pensa-
cola. Whille here he leased the two-
story brick building, formerly oc',i-
piel by Eugene Arbona, on East Zarra-
gossa street.
The fact that Alabama gces dry on
Jan. 1 1908, has caused the company
to -seek another point to operate, and
It has decided on Pensacola.

CLOSING NOTICE.
AI&Vning Saturday, Oc-
tober 3rd. The Pensacola
Bank & Trust, Company will
close at the same hour as
other banks in the city, viz.
noon. Friends and patrons
will please De governed ac-
cordingly.


iNOAO


MOBILE IS TO



HAVE NEW DEPOT
-t-
Work Begun Yesterday On
New Passenger Termi-
nal Station For
That City.

Special to The journaL.
Mobile, Ala.. Oct. 2.-In accordance
with the promise of President Milton
H. Smith, of the Louisville and Nash-
ville, work upon the new passenger
static of the railroad company. to ue
located on the site of the present de-
pot, plans of which were accepted by
the joint committee of the commer-
cial bodies of Mobile yesterday, began
this morning.
Charles H. Blackman from the chief
engineers' office of the railroad com-
pany, at Louisville, and who arrived
In the city yesterday. began surveying
this morning the lines for the "Butter-
fly" shed, which is to cover the two
east tracks. This is preliminary to the
survey work for the new passenger
depot and main train shed.
Simultaneously a gang of .trackmen
began removing the tracks of the rail-
road company to the east of the pres-
ent station. The plans as shown call
for the removal eniitirely of these
tracks, and fi rhcir place a roadway.
is to be established.
Under the plans of construction. Mr.
Blackman stated that work upon th?
building in which is to be located the
baggage. mall and expres- rooms
would be taken up and complete
first.


BIG INCREASE



INRECEIPTS


Monthly Report of New Or-
leans Exchange Contains
Interesting Data.

esecal t Tis meeurnat.
New Orleans: Oct. 2.-Secretary
Hester's New Orleans Cotton Ex-
chance statement issued today covers
the monthly movement to Septemtber
30. inclusive.
S'Oovip3aro with las: sear it ihorv.a pn
0AI s sU lbW meaA tsh jin 1 nAd Se-


BOOKS
I have a large assortmeat of Reference
book:
Dfctonarie, Ciasacal IMetionaries, E-
cyclopedtas, Histories. American and
foreign. Books e the Pouar Sclences.
All at the lowest prices

HARRY T. HOWLANDs
o* @ a.. 1

Dr. Malpry -Kenn*iy
has returned to tae city and resumed
his regular practice. O.ce in Blount
Building. Hours 9:30 to 12, and 3 to
6. Phone $96.

ures of 377,000 bales, compared with
year before last an increase of 224,000,
and with 1905 a decrease of 96,000.
The total for September wa ,2 1S,-.
689, against 841.329 last year., 94,52
year before last and 1,315,001 same
time in 1905.
The movement from September 1 to
30. inclusive, shows receipts at all
United States ports 924,858, against
5S2,025 last year, 719,842 year before
last and 983,112 same time la 1905;
overland across the Mississippi. Ohio
and Potomac rivers to northern i wills
and Canada 20,971, against 9,524 last
year, 16,808 year before last and 19.-
988 same time in 1905; southern. mill
takings, exclusive of quantity con-
sumed at Southern outports. 144,00),
against 192,000 last year. 188,500 yetr
before last and 191,110 same time in
1905: and interior stocks in excess of
those held at the commencement of
the season 128,860, against 57,790 ,ast
year, 69,318 year before last and 120,-
791 same time In 1905.
Foreign exports for September hase
been 559,558 bales, showing an in-
crease over last season of 129.447.
Stocks at the seaboard and the 29
leading southern interior markets on
September 30 were 693.945, against
,57,778 the same date last year and
581.425 the year before.
Including port and interior town
stocks left over from the previous sea-
son and the number of bales of the
current crop brought Into sight during
the September months, the supply haq
been 1.0,02,6 against 1.M.335 last
year and 1,292.298 the year before.
American mills have taken during
the month 2468.52 bales against 27.,-
434 last year. of which 9W,0S4 was by
northern spinners f4 Canada against
19,006.

A lot of old newpapers
tied up ia neat bundles for
sale, Sc a tonw le, at The Jour-
nal office


Too Late For Casaltion.
WA NTET.-At O*,. Orte w h. is -_U-
i UK to wo'L ASO at.L43 W*Il


p..v i


"iff ,drink. not
-' I "u. I ~ f as) it contains less
yu 3rself of Its-
-...-- ^a -' setekm and dealers in
so Prt ae by Anheuser-
L p t. Buckh. a guamrante for Its purity.


and
Now Filling Order
For
Future Deliry.

JOE COLE:MAN
10e0 M, I"&. PALAPF,



PENSACOTA ELECTRIC
COMPA",.:*

" WINTER DAILY 6CHE9Uil .
Effealcy Thursday, O T 1, SeW.
. oLea"uve -easae
75:3 a. m ....................
6:00 a. m. ......... ......... :
7:15 a. m. ................... 4 a .
8:00 a. m ................. 5!4- e.
8:45 a. m. ................... X:- a.
9:30 a. m. ................... ..l a. .
0:15 a. m. ................... a.
11:00 a. m...................... 1s a. 1
11:45 a. m. ...... ............. : 1 K. m
12:30 p. m. ................... :. .M
1:16 p. ............... ..... 2. .
2:00 p. m. ................... 2: P
2:4S p. m....: ........ ........ :. : .
3:20 p. m. ..................... ;1 .
4:15 p. m ...........St. only l m.
5:00 p. m. at. only. 5:46 p. m. : 9
6:00 p. m. 5:46 p. m. p m. 7:00 v. M
7:00 p. m. 6:30p.m. 7:15 p.,m. 7:8* G.
S:00 p. min. 7:16 p. m. :00p. s. 93 JP. s .
9:00 p. m. :00 p. Wn. 5:46 p n .
14:00 p. nm 3:45 p.m i. 9:$0 PL .10;l .n.
11:00 p. in. 9:30. m. 10:15 p.1:i 6 M -M
10:15 p. m. 11-1p. 0 "-
Te11.0op. m. 11-p.0106.
The 7:1& a. m. train from wl
run as a local train ere T 5:14
p. m. train from Barranc wqE aio
stops, except on Saturdaym,- leMSaIi
car will leave Big Bayou at : p
The Pensacola-Big Bayou local wi
disrontinued. except on Saturda ayttw
noons.
Local freight leaves Pemmala at
7:15 A.m.
10:15 a. m.
.:0V p. m.
Through freight leaves Pasmmns qat
1:156 p. m.
SUNDAY SCHODU .' -
First ear leave PeM sas Mf ,.
second car at :-0 a. m.. and ftvreaL
hour on. the week day sacbhda* *w
observed, except a car wil-l W
Barraneas at 6:00 p. .m- instead
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Frighbt car will makeB b at si-n
leaving Peaol. at a : t 1.-
WEST HILLZ050K0
p wa5mWwishia to so
will tabeNoar..th sill s em"
West M car at L& IBM
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Heavy



Ducking

We carry in stock a
complete line of ducking
in all weights and widths
for sails, tarpaul,
tents, etc., priced from
20 to 50 cents a yard.
When treated with S. P.
F. Carbolineum canvas
wm4t- about twice as.
long. Ask us about it.


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swoon IL Pala SI* .OOIONA.


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Your






School ..


Books

When looking for them al.
ways come to us first -
save tine. We carry a ~o .
plete list of school books b.
quired by the Eame-na
County Schools curricula.






to 100 South Palafox, where
we shall be pleased to give
our service and help to school
book hitting parents.


Gem Book Store

Opposite Postoffice.
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