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to m~u1~ei omegas
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om j~th w~S asr te.GoerorGeneal Sm-Iit.sLer 1 Gots Dot CultrlWKOtO kulad 4e0srou nure.The ooWme 5tW-at M Mjiat
~~b ..~JohnW~eeta-, 6 M. *EImupa 't ad that comtratY driverr CC the big car wbicu was coc- uig-.iti
m~ ~ ~I.. URs, mo~npeaie liy~ 5~p~iSUlO3.DO sum 0f *cupled by se~mers1 on dwma- =4-~inr~*~ T1W
1l~msI -me jftW-Itrom& 4 Whas bem setted uporn*tarmrneasnpower mmd spd saway. c~n
CabM&lm 0.Por Wz y TRaw orhiS law.*
W n ou wtAs and.A anThaw's -mm--
I MW A4M6W 4eryW nmqiIbSolmtlem, rs.Thaw saysam-
he~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ bJ0 hEiISYbp 3be ob ndalway, willbe,,"samd ,* roo'and n hie"bbum e i
NE AW3bW i t -mbe akes the stote-o JgUln
C= Aft RAIOU .Me is weeksm1uij
~a eth~ls Vhoh sTIATY A _1um
t~ _90S" V6SW roofTo-:
Coel-Ro v We o 3 br the
th bwP"& ewdy no im~* est part the victims atthe an
*is th -orafaim treatyaWI frmthelam- W"Ahepm dismetrics. ~ eUipu
inwru- uryIn4be 90bs r the pe-
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la -r -
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SAILS WITH IUIAN MANY POOR CWLBREN ARE
AIfiT 4VtTPOLICIES Lat2 ERN La WINCH WITHOUT SCHOOL BOOKS
U T T RESIDENT Jumrn...i
T1 FAVORING 4TAFT v at !sMP II
SI W^OUS DOCUMENT Twan S. T1 OsE DONATION
T Should U ALREADY OF $10
- .... ,,---- -,---, .I .... V P- ....t i --^ I/ te FLor Inii 6ight l n .l!U lA + F
WHICHI -SWRh IAS / I* Ull ii : oupt N. B. Cook W0o
..o 7 D NO F$eat I i UAckUn owledgedT y , n r
7el ir r todiyk hti T -- H.. .- Will P ochame MBook -e
*riu-. a htfr debawledgned Wlte rf .
I I Which the writer RotmrtSOn,*Driving *nmler v Acknowledged Thws- 0 tUt AREY
W." -a. imn r Marbin, Breaks World's ^Ag wrsear' 7.0o vented Fron Doing Se.
S' ll h nl ads l I en Record At Brihton k d A ----
tinuer, rely m m ddaSd a th e
o~tLea1 -l'' telo "Dear Mr. Pres s M M. OLiit.aAM *. A b : sri e r .. .. ..
AIM 14 ta1 10 m at a* notice in o let-, Pemosaola, Pe. .. .. 1.
attrt statement: NO FOREIGN p a. .. .. ... 00 ra- .. wil
trnn orn n ofSepembGrovereandrPagsesgMr inrre'sYenWIoled #t Ackaiowlkesd L *teom o.
A.n ,A-=,,bygem iana to certain day's pap .-er-p Ot.. 0 #-o-5dAA-. M. & e rt
uB-er iu lithada |7ilr Tl 11UUlU An H Iote in fole or *Baas ct Uc h 4 4 ----pe 4 5he chys pe.r a-s;
Keepsto ow ,-N y our you hHw.te A.d ,m ,Total .-. .. .. ..s. M- * er wh2 ie estimru, "er
L_ W & eend dtTheNrAH ID O3 e f CA RW o ...... 40....
1 _____ ret 7"oe --- Previorsly a ewkn * tmidis tte plMe *alish, et
re^ a ei--men or ua prCsln Ahnm ad Ion Wed (last Sunafy) S4M * [.. Um," .*
[ is. e ea e a cmTHIS FEAT WILL d ti al mIOia U 1 4 t $ ,--m
S t r W not undertaken to Po ou-ucive of Id total .. .. ..5r.oA * of #. er. do
S BRING LARGE SUM s. wa New Rsocod For Speed In *** S t A .
&*71**^^ *your sole motives alfts 4 EBpesridmnit N. B. Ch wles *
M iii$--TWO W pH f. ubrsIht; ad I .o. k.. t w- wt. s Wts R a wSc S tet a -
Ingwthat there. ,, tr .*i
--AehIjee Prject Started at Dayton, thes e Maed pr Many Acc.0 e r sT T C ssaue a um t
.. as nreraco n a. Home of Aviators, To (r" t .. 2i
thegases S- seibation of Have Aero Clubs of Coun- consider aneIee t s
._ --t evesha coan-% try Unite in Pay Some t n e.' As ^-t e e ataron s 2ool. o
SaSort of Tribute to Geniu town steI st oerI rob. u t'elea ou
o : f Brothers. Is entirely a m1 Cauksatemet George IW Li
in intwhic h*2rn ,gterssInumberenmtr ireT -o. t
"7 4k s-a -00Robert*&the
Suing me evi world'sar thle aerooA a ,e to hodoe awd eoher otool s or e.a.
e case ems to time sad distance of eight with a the Injury thus atas n of a venty-two horse power Thomas, ava he onl
s d "bt the oenger. With French Journals by answered to the a ingle S tir tabe a Boston. Oct. .-Two of the I s o th
opor at the that the letter it side, be mained Ion the air for cae, but a .ll please attor- c e a ei Boto sO 3st e t
was moVer wittea by *over Cleve- fifty-five minutes and thirty-neven neys are purely tehical, ut .eces- The foreign cars, twoFrench and two Houe.sa ntreet H al a bOenest
Sand the Times owes to the Amen- seconds, covering about thirty-six arly dilatory In eet Mr. Mot Italian were put out of the contestbyl a e o
a -iByhisfo of a ef have many tbi es urged a&'hear- can cars. Twelve cst T here, were destroyed by Are dim, bein "
Stract signed by him and Lasare W.l- have pe-sonal proposed eve record of 1,107 mileby70 mile. Mr C Dmont of $150000, ly
iON R CRD ler, who represents a syndicate. wker- times to his atfornet of record that This was accomplished. dnowever, Mrs. A. C. Ditoft, of "pettl o
SINoMAMLA syndicate takes n return the patent that a bearing t be hone An col0ios mand spils, in which reported by thee to a r t A -"ea',
O rights of the Wright madhne. for merits and the ram., disposed f.drivermad mechanic escaped det m were.-w astifera th moonelt
m *, pn po trance and her colonies, witb 'the These Suggestions have not met an by the narrowest margin. In the searcbe lS There were 140 2be
Pro Manila, Oct. 8.-Twe wrprivilae of manufacturing aeroplane sarmative response, and the result is third our a pilingtrp of racing ma- Od Mly ereual o av trers 1 lwwt
n Ml .C.-C.-n a heavy e. -ket.. - InWe have an hour was averted by a miracle, 1 I T-Ma-ereu
among the nw parents. Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 3-Cyrus. ots Three of te ars managed to avoid Boston, Chelsea sad Revere, It is b as it is known that a ar- a l
the rste * * * * * * ofthe controversyandn order - -_vaved a large part of the
th, dynam ite to-laU Ipets charged with ao en-Page . .. ) able oceanfront from destio w ot $ would p.
oet imttan- primary liability an opportunity to c-emt boon to place s-- y --,- -
t TEsFi aRtICANES REPORTED l.without*deay.' sSON OF "FIGHTING BOB"
"mBON".T-couldshaver tbeeouruetho ee in .a.t .-
t T BY INCOMING ATLANTIC INEm sip untot .TO FACE COURT-MARTIAL .c..g
the defendants have not approved It." _t csm a l
JITS steame m Tift SHERIFF W40 Nan IN 4 11 AT Frank1 T Evans and T USoelit t .
wfUnI-ForoNewf Ytrkheesrto o Mo Oficr Who ReudBto
W Sta1r, .U IBringsH arry Thaw to Pitts- Be TriedOn toBo. "
l NUsIe of Oio to Cuahn Trou- b".. *Imls. Coudo s- .-i. +a. .1g. w
Shewo From srk hbor I LL LI Ut mIUnI IaN! A, 1 r A"1 Is n, vrMtP 01 0Eu...r.
Ni, e Counter Mid Wmd. ..,- .West -eter county, N. Y., was not -- u. = ,= Ji ,-: .
N-i eDcd --- ion _tempt in not delirer tg Ha rrA BROOKLYN HAS -----h e Lm ,tp hoc -
v Bpareialltoetaken to Pltts- FATAL TERMDIUNATION, WHILE A Mila, OcL.-In5i a retions are I
Nc* Yoric, Ot 3.-Hurrnies oU s sO $r barg to answer in bankruptcy proceed- that in the cosst esrsy.INi n Mve
Tes that are weepig the Atlantie OB This CoUSe TO Safe.. ia. RACING MACHINE SPEEDS of ideatenant Prsak T. 3Brms, l m some Of the
land o i tromthe t t gad F F1U51 AWAY FROM SCENE i to daestoss
lbh more than stories of the weathb' Were 1pronght no- TITH ^ASN*sa H*' !ti sas that be r the w' Ie
rmed. An out- in on the Moltke of the Hamburg-- THAW HA- NOT New York, Oct. s.-One man was a )er i
was attacked Alaericua Ilae. which has arrives from as Assectae yrea. .. ^ SUPPORTI'ED 'kiled and a woman pau tably oatamly to to ve qt hes bee At
band of ttty Carrbur*. and ieo Maraeae, of the Manila, Oct. 3.-Rear Adartral Sp SUPPORTED injured in an automobile cofaslan ta lyte t $or bty. t A ln which has a fo y
den oaslaugh Queen Steamship Company which 'as rr has finally decided not to lated aai HIS WIFE day. The dead ana was Edward -- \;.: to
filed mat two reached port froia Triatdad. men here and to maintain a practle ___ tyan of Brooklyn. and the woman By AsseoJisb Pwsa. is U hasOE
apany rallied, Leaving Cherburg September 23, quarantine of the ships daprtxg their moit severely hurt is Miss Josephine Manila, Oct. 2.-emsiest 9slisd
the superior the Molthe ran Into the huaricae the stay. Admiral Sperry diseeasts the SAssalated P'ess. Wagner. They were struck by a big Tay'or Evans, Ofc B- *^S g* beeflt' 01 the t4h' e
natites Used following day. The weather became question with Governor Geueral ew~ rk,. O a signed tiring s at r wha c Dgye tonday tMe. "'asta its Char s ^ I td the piie -
so bad that Captaln Deepwolf eew- Smith this morning and this aptta < lya *esbit Thaw, to a signed ingston street, Broatyn early today the* p *a pub.e .S
eluded to oil the and many was determined uponL. tateaent given out by her to- while Mr. Ryan aid Miss Wagner bwae S upeal emrt mawtial bp* Shinaily th ph t der
barrels wpre the Tgere are still everalt cas, ea se ft in the presence of her were on their way home from an em* 'whichll as Me on the tb-p
* * ** hawue pipes. t sga were of cholera daIY. The omawin lbe* .ey, Daniel O'Remly, *trtatam-t. WoHen Ot ____._
them treated to ana rsS aS-that allowed britf haore Berty naner cle.e aakes tie clalmr that for the Ryan was instantly killed ad _T1i fc-gn agat ghla | I
0t a Ian DeeUeediE 1 a ct&ooth Isstrtetees. .* 9et two month Harry K. Miss Wagner sustained a fractated Wesnas ar, baing abusst Nus *' "4t -i
' -*A -'
!OS3~ 4t 96
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GOODS AND SILKS
-' ~SNOWISE-OLY TIEEELLEIEULE fl 3w an-- AnTanUIC To UTCII -
link w g -
Bright lustrous black,
$125, $1.50, $1.75.
In spite of all imita-
tions remains the ideal
Mererired fabric, all
40 inches wide, ina
the leading colors, at
You will find here to'
your fancy the exact
every new and desirable
Blue, -od and brown,
The new style Dres
Goods, in a full line of
PEAU D4E SOIE
Full yard .wide, luhis-
trous and durable, only
'H ICCK SUITING,
English Tailor Mniting,
Mohair Brilliant, at
Brown, blue and
blac worth $1.00, at
4 T cents.
S- in n r instructions to eead s the right a at 2:0, beMing s .e
of weather. Last year we failed to tas M1 eH l rrlval thenr
-L.1.-.nconasu.lt his honor in this matter, sd g to Pensacola on the
S-... To A. areail U wife. he sent us a hurricane. tin.
-_ si ,lOrBend Davis adu we. a P I I I I W AlllHlI! IiS H ROL, m at W .t.ire
; to Isaac Lee and wife, a boy; I LLIL LL W U L I OII ILO t
SJoseph Roadwife a boy; to Mtge. ba t e
B a Dolphu wife, a. boy; to T de mee wlb wll be delivered
Ja Mo and wet FORI SHEIll r Walnut II I T ES --
toC as IL Moorouse a. nTou ro. aear, s& CiL1i ur o.oota et ahe -sWHesdc O
!Cstav o White-M L" ilia ,I-Aiemberte, -Bluff sW
U" Ab btd i, .t yawdropsy;Mrs. Will Take J. H. W. Phlps -xpmet I .A of the Much Interest Being Dis- ntury--wed oct 7u, --.
_* i e lay T EL_ 1 ats. .hI--ra l r amn o tu* o n .n-
lldand4 Wfeu5 a les aow Wilnson. year Into C'istody, Bringing C Reach played By Escambia 3:s0 .uwe ne'holI oct. Tuus h r'n
XW6iWr Neelk a tqmuo lou S3 years, burns. Whitmir School Houe-Tra,
.5I aWIfe a 'Colred-0. M. Clalborne, 85 years, Him Here. County Farmers. Oct. 8th, 9 a.m. Il I
ad wifO. A waw; Geo. D.- Maqon. 10 years, Myrtle Grove School Hoise-Thurs.
4 A we, a etarrh; Wash Sith, 30 years, auth- A .. --- Lday, Oct. 8, 3 p. m. I TT ,
g dt wa. -&af 'xfat of1e1 avt's, stlb. PHILIPS SUED OUT A WRIT .O TEY R. TA RRED PROF. ROLF$ WRITES LETTER TO Pesacola-At Sourthouse. Thur -
day evening. Oct. 8.
-N1* l4ABEAS CORPUS, BUT DID NOT FROM ,THW CARS TO, BOAT SECRETARY WATERMAN EX- For tae Walnut Hill meetig.
Sour and the Itallaa entry o. 1-T I DED wl probably have the largest
s nTae Into the ence oon after. 1 OBTAIN HIS RELEASE, AND THE T OMhf W8IN TO et. PLAININg WHAT IS DESIRED, crowd in attendance the farmers sad
=oxiin SHERIFF LEFT WHEN 80 NOTI- TAKXN 9TO;FWT 40ENS. AND GIVING A LIST OF THE t fme ilr e ugedtobrt er W I TE l
4c0 Of F ltug Bob FlED. ----- SPEAKERS AND THEIR SUB- have the crowd for practically the
To Face Court-Martial The coa te first regiment JECTS. omen and Childn. PENACOLA CONCERT
Sheriff Jas. C. Van Pelt left yeater- of erida stawt te.e will arrive s! The wiven and children of the arm. INAUGURATE OANCIR
'' V (CeturseI F lreie First Poe) day at noon for Asheville, N. C., where Peaso today Aad tOnlght to 9o ers are urged to attend all the meet-
he will take Into custody James War- into catnp tomorrow morning at Fort Two thousand circulars went out ings. Both the speakers and the AT ARMORY HALL W
Ie i onsofeliquor while on parade vey Witherspoon Phli now is 0 ati Pien for an oBc-ppment of two from the Chamber of Commerce last management feel, that If farming is EVENING.
WALDO CAID Sl b Cor or n there upon ae -eleb ment w .' L nht, accopamed by 105 circular to.attan the dignity in Escambia that E
wl --. SlSIn Pensacola, a"n waois to be brought .Manyo.fest gc Sth letters to those asked to distribute It ought t Ta erwreteensacolr ceu
te battleship MiNneasta tbe ak her for trial upn t a hm y y ~ the rculars. and some fifteen special whole household of he farm ho Wednay night,
biod.4od the charge of being under the I'flpa employed"at*W. astrday.asomte feel that every phase of farm life,
E4 N PR.UIMINARY orWhileaAlbany it is stated, sued out a writ of habas re e th ty by certain details of the seven meetings eery pa o It y o o eby giving grand inita
IAi. aHgoOtrhancorpus, but he did not obtain ias re- themof farmers this week In this county to T o tthe armory hall
EASED. Vn a tPioBernard. Va Peln -h wasdedltna to lenidamm and early.por ofthm eht of farming in this section of remedies ought to be noia to all 0 decided to repeat teua
erp. leo a t LIEUTENANT 8 SON of t relt, was wired and left at io InhOd tr wrld. them. Therefore, all the wives and Tiey have had quite a bi
O Whrho a L E A whS SO of the result, was. wired and left at osna tr receiso Them at- ev rtoe
-Ali for the pOFt oP ADMIRAL EVANS once to bring Philips here. FwortPickens.where-they are to pitci Prof. Rofts Writes. (4ildren have been uised to attend, duringthe ummerand 1
SAM L Nst oI s.charsed bthatPalps, while nts, have about bee copletd, The folown t ved biy tge n h er a. w he ts o mi renelan en
SblxD t N pft the chtare, a to rrwih aiFertuarmy Steamerlpasetcarryingt otdown C ohamcfrs at b ls s
Mrtl3BrFi[5E tort [enaa Evas --I y^-t mreche -rt fs byn C of of m ac syetlermoaerm L WigginB and Hessrs. Mnley The Junior pwIth A1
....53.5 i "Ta oita l o le mPref. ol, thsa geta anH WIggtth in their autos As tany Paarit Meth bo di ute
of Interesting light on the general sube par o be tere B te v ae
atadee ispatchaon on bor Octi. s t of th Wates, Pwichayebe- leave f or tirstrmeet 7a tues-
R. A DOULE-HADR TO TO OCCUR FRO F THE EAST LL e p br t y r y will p from i ther ame
0 10.1 po C ento t while AP TIST CHURCH ATte cd ay Su roBaSi o rdey- S-prine fter the koeealau thero by M el
fect no oedr oflSs path d by f ^v- Ts AretNOOKah and the upbuilding of thelo agricultural. L. Wig
S tang d y o a yet racn. nT T T N Interests as being of vastly .more n-a i n I t r uo A AT t E
as nowAtnmi at ra et yardtaks, from Boon, in which thr teams are to o tr e. T. Mtcees In the a
ty tv e p and ove. participate. The as w elte the t as the late Mrs. J. A. Abbott a4th. "Cotton Growing for Escambia ed t r pea
SgM& tor t by Wao eeeosund illifa se000 11 Ocipa preset agee tthenciese home at Nmn-. 14 H autos.
1M 10 0`-m a ym e eted paec ola any d circulationP a aoy. her natTeess- leaighereonthe fami 'ee ate lm e
Stents, e t ee before Oct.,o 10, Gainesville, Fla., Oct. 1, 1 aN oe ommodaltt n a ain t l seg se
e rredw. il AHAMADE nela, cU olet A ono I TO OCCUR FROM THE EAT. MILL Mr.e. A. Waterman, Pensolaa party will n.. u
DOUBLE-H ww m M a16lTO t0 wDmSeir:--4 r am.THOUN ^ bteT,
th,-ra =e 1at1A 11 ]oer mt dow y-ASC Hb of? oe yv estr Snreriany gsr r
d s c o u n t P TT.C-U R CH-APaYt We T H I S a gafiTnr e. ooar ahi Nd to oT a d n -R T tom d atet ee e mg gt h r f r nhesan te acf o d e
5S? ARY Ma Setr lteft td a been htda a *o .g@ t h s. Ce l t rI eh
-g PALAEUn laemsePa INd.by IN T e Below opleaese find a ispt of
1 Qs ervi SSwllnbetslhut WHICH THREE TEAM$SARET O TAKE PLACE AT ST. speakers for the gacaerbl b. o untyo i-
o pe.. e a of $4 0) e.r 1rol. reo Nee of Diverasifed
Two. g .a.esof.... VartbSe-iobAll that Inesmortal of a beloved2a a.nd.'Home y CA
MTthegms oo. -Aea t o o. i hi tr ee t wam sa r t tob thi saTernooe wfmae nwtheea tol ,, he Gure.. T. E
M DiI -- *- f.M y ofakI b n nc. In Is lI T sisi i te sam o fhis Af tlernoon
11715 50 mmerS Kith o siaGovern- participate-Thega twilelr the friends of the lat Mrs.J. A.-4th."Cottotn Growing for Escambia IS PUS
I =got- streets t, 8a6/, Il U.ay season and will decideftherobs a- will sathrr at tfe womW at No. 14County," P. H_ Rolf e.
.,-! bewen..t1 -oh met uansstreetthis afterft C. IL-UcQuarrie. Mkn
-- rf/ I ll'ti yrd dn'100r"ot:0r felt, then the Ian-sadhI
ifd -..U ..A__I _66Lthese two local teams'are as o- n Eeat E= of Agicultuce for a number of
rSi. studyig the growing of toac- ILLY
limb"t....at.itue Palms.aces-r second.bee.4Re.terttt a"Cal-owaythefoundIt.much moe profitable to form BRC ING
0 ~ba dO vvd An orbElOMADE Amel, center Seld; aReagh* trnIPall hearers selected being JudL a company and do ais work asa
for01nom Ocathebr: D_ pemrtt baw; jaboman, G W. Curtis, .] rL WilsT H nrt.d at Tallahassee,, where he ha
f SurAM. p" Wit ~WHICe H THgeb Eem andWater, e a OTA KE thE ATiT. sfto baccoier ol vsmorehtge D to c ]e l. Ink
In b -,Nee f b aItb u lt c of Its ..ostInoble chaanters, when o t IIaut v
______________Ve_____ =_b,_' [_ .aar-_.t otY oly laft T .... the hursday Ui- b.6t he ei o InIp-
osow rikW center Sold; Co. right field-Peters. er mUhebed a lovin -moother aIdaM -arnle tispaha
..a _r .each.. ,ahrt P ;t r ao, thi d y s. Is bd ai the
s e r, paftientoCioito..,.lakindhe1w hea hin the le.,cAtureB ,
s"t .. .efwo the _oNEW BOAT WILL Mwe Iso uoerll y aked upatoa4. tbo -".. ..E 1... om. As a..lect-er-on
1=--n64091to -ts LEAVE H ttu TO-DAY rulin tr isa&homesand inoaRoumld b e.. P.C --D .
to4 V14u b he NOt1 yIdentifie, ,fm L WIE ,,. t..There will be loving .61 to n m al.
"~ ....~ imar---... ... h awbjeh myn............ e I l the -reina lto s!I =fso ver,, is indisposed AandWS-
Su sc b, fm afl u r Ioft l a Gin, E ....... C L . fata Mee-awe anriv gm e..
jPW UNIONSr!--,.. ..,-l~lm -p oamlllnaww prme. !,. .
eft tat ct-
0in atnd t~
In th tswo-
and fb. Ab-
~mnsd or 'At
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TMilm PENSACOL&__jUVII~tAISUNDAY, MORMVING, OMTCi(4, 1806
r 1. ~. -
A new model-in- a Laks'
Pump.. That objects
feature of slipping at the
heel is overcome in this
In imlv ax aM. Ath
~s ~r~an the docket 12'
,four wte cotafted,
7,pa IutqumU t ol
S. .. *~year-42 the em
!v* ob aft s i Mew Ie
,ro fmmm $4a die-
41CMeils, f Wat the MAn-
Iye In town
,Ma4l i-- -, MR
S ar. t f Ocala i sat the
AL, *-, w. soth r. arrived from Mo-
;'. t at -,ht.
P IrWiaO Bt .. an ee, ofa the Brew-
.1: t&ank ato. opeated by Mrs. Poahee
"a the eteo, awd Mtsa Mrytle
S-Adams.,wi ie w home nteayr. at-
4W haeotg sqaet a few da.e at the
tCaret ofL am
S. he w MMthbp should be
m ,aM te oL buthe t "tin use
the witk euld be turned low to
> th w otlroaa noosg 4out an the
bwow. ". blare s ould be
Qk ee aWS auufty by oi ing them
A "6r6ne n ftw is a strong slutlon
te t west alg powder. Wipe
Sa th wI beast good
ON 1".-7 10ea44 60 e ehlMaUi, wash
eo to wOr water to which has
ben mdied a tea"poGaful o Gold
iXnt ubahlft Powder and wipe dry
T a tft twl polshwth an old
Sof04i w ntr awd allowed to heat
S*-jlrU tie water tIs bUg ad
Vw=tr until olda. 0 a.
7 TIe Right
capenters' to as u
best. Pays to get
heo.. Shoddy things in
Sl Ie are a poor in-
Can't do as
wah ork, nor as good
ywor ik w poor tools.
the best that is, they
M Vdg. well and are
*ds bestteeL Cost.
W & .-
CS Caps fbes
Hotel sa. nULa. They made the trip
In an automoMe, and report an ex-
ceptiomaly plestant Journey.
S-or a .
X J. L Hunter came over from Mobile
last.night, and win aa ever Sun-
Ms. J. aee lsa visithg her hua-
band, J. 0. Pace, ot Brewto, who is
residing at the einmmba for the
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Mrs. r W. L.Cawtoa of Del unak.
It In the city on a short ViaTt with
r... J., A. o smes arrived
frm Atlana Yessrda,. ad will
ains a rewf days I the city, where
the former will tiarassat busess.
K. N. Maney. a Newo Orleans man,
ea" over ito an.d Sunday wtth
ftu4s0 yesatfts .g will possibly
Misslis uta in Gertie Uoas.
arrived from New Oreans yesterday,
and will o re a t a Mew weeks on
bmelusa. They are well known in
tMa eity hating made numerous
Meas during their viats t former
.P. 1 T. mase, an .A brta Coat
ma n Is spending a few days i Pen-
haool, prepratory to goiug north
on a short business trip.
BLUXE R WON QUALITY
The cnuse of It all. Popular for 11
years, and the sale of Blue Ribbon
Lemon and Vanilla Extracts Increas-
ing every day.
GRAND INITIATION BALL!
AT ARMORY HALL BY
PENSACOLA CONCERT BAND.
The Lion and the Moue.
The Lion and the Mouse played an
engagement matinee aud night at the
opera house yesterday.
A fair-sized audience was present
at each performance, and was greatly
pleased with the play, which is well
known by Pensacola theatre-goerm, as
it has been seen here several times.
"The Lion and the Mouse," however.
will never grow old, as it is fascinat-
ing from start to naish. and of great
strength. The presentation of the
play yesterday was up to the high
standard it has always maintained.
The Star Theatre.
The Star theatre is jetting to be
a very popular" place o' amnuement
on account of theI high classs moving
pictures fine Illuistrted songs by Mr.
Fred Evans and plaao music by Miss
Wilkero. .." .
An interesting film on Saturday
was The Press Gang, a romance in
,,the time of King George III, follow-
ed by a, very ldcargus farce scene en-
titled A Policman's Deam."
On Monday an entirely Jew set of
pictures and song illuxtrations will
be shown with Mr. Eirusls as singer
whica insures groat applause.
At the Bi jl.
The prwmwr m this -week at-this pop-
Mar place of ausement -promi see to
be sujiriar in every way to anything
present In the past month. Mr.
Pryor who Is looking after the bOok-
ings or, the BIjoU. states that be will
soon have coming to Pensacola the
best ite of. vaudeville performers
touring the South. One of the fea-
ttres Just added is a three-piece or-
chestra, which is being brought here
at a very high salary, and no doubt
will prove a big drawing card. They
open their engagement tomorrow.
Elsewhere In today's Journal will be
found the program for this week. and
from all acc-outs it'& going to be
above the average.
Beginning tomorrow, the matinee
performances will be, hildrem 6c.,
adults lOc. Night performances, chilU-
dren lOc, adults 20-.
Te Be Psinhd the Liomitagsl st.
I usoula ls to be the^ second city IBn
tb swath to witness an interpreta-
tUts tlhe Bbical story in wbic,
J.h- the Baitist Iowe his head
a tht oath of Kind Herd
to Salame. &is aiees -3 stepdadgter.
aift sh ae wml tat dNe for him she
may reqinire ot hti what she will and
to1 Sirs, 50c and
to = only these ies left.
~ fewotptht are.cnt way down
M *au get one before toey -
Mt R ds$3X and $4Jo. Th
sBtst~a sold at $15.00 to $40.00
C- ousdnced Come at on
ce or you
Tans, Browns and Patents,
all sizes and widths.
If it's good looks and com-
fort combined, it's the Gad-
sky you want.
MEYER SHOE GO.
Feet Fmnishers For Folks
102 South Palafox Street
exquisite Oriental dance called the
"Dence of the Seven Veils," a dance
at WbtUe, nsuating grace and
physical allurement. Then she asks
the head of John Cle Baptist aa her
reward. Her mother Herodias, has
contrived this plan to rid herself of
the prophet because he proclaimed
ier wickedness, declaring for Queen
Esther, the divorced and exiled queen.
Herodias had been the wife o He-
rods brother, Philip, but being de-
sirous of power had Intrigued with all
the arts known to sorcery to sup-
plant the lovely Esather. The dramatic
interpretation of the play presumes
that Salome was madly in love with
the prophet, that he had refuted her
every advance. Thinking to pla
him In her power she entered Into
her mother's conspiracy. The dance-
executed she makes her demand of
the horrifed Herod. Then she te0s
the prophet that she can save* him
by a request to the kinga If he -will
but unite his life wil hers, that
by their union, when she becomes
queen he will share her kingdom and
her power becoming Kink cf Jlde. .
But he. a holy man, reads her wick-
ed soul and no persuasion, no allure-
ments, can make him yield. Find-
ing herself scorned she orders him
led to the executioner. She feels that
being faced with death he will yet
yield but to her utter amazement he
remains firm. In a passion of anger
and indignation she calls to the exe-
eutioner "strike." As the head falls
she screams tragically, denounces her
mother as a liar and falls dead before
the throne. The Payton Company
carries all the seenery4 costuming, and
effects necessary for a fine production
of the play and will offer it at popu-
lar prieew dmthn their three nights'
York and Adams Coming.
"Playing the Ponies," the efferves-
cent and scintillating musical comedy
by Aaron Hoffman. in which Yorke
and Adams will make their annual ap-
pearance at the opera house, on
Thursday, Oct. 8, which comes direct
from the Cirle Theatre, New York
is said to be one of the greatest hits
of all the laugh making plays and
seems to be produced on exceptional-
ly good principle, namely, "Nothing
prettier than a pretty girl. nothing
sweeter than a sweet song, nothing
more graceful than a graceful dance."
for all these features have received
special attention. Mirth and music
holds fill sway and the company con-
tains a horde of merry makers of
reputation and popularity. The many
musical numbers and specialties in-'
troduced are entirely compatible to
the performance, and the action and
"go" of the piece Is at all times
rapid and artistic. Two magunficient
stage settings are displayed, and lu
numbers and surrounding the com-
pany is without a peer in all the
realm of musical'comedy. The song
its of which there are twenty in.-
clude: -Moonbeams." 'Love. Love,
Love," "I would sooner be a lobster
than a wise guy." "Twine yourself
around me Dearie." "'Cupld's Wedding
Bell,." "When I count three." "I
would lke to flirt with you." ':The
family Tree" and ten others.
, The following invitation is being
sent out to the members of the Y. M-
You are invited to be present and
urged to bring a friend with you to
thr opening reception, Young Ments
Chrstran Association, Tuesday even-
lug. October sixth, nineteen hundred
and eight, eight to ten o'clock, to
meet Mr. John Bradford, Mr. V. B.
Gilmore, Mr. Harry Hopper.
There will be a discussion of our
plans for this season's activities, mu-
sic,' basket ball and gymnastics.
Don't forget the friend.
Introducing all the Latest Styles and
Fabrics for the Coming FOll
and Winter Season.
We are now prepared to show you the
most complete and exclusive
Ladies'Suits, Coats and Skirts
in all the popular colors and most fash-
ion able fabrics ever shown in Pensacola.
iWe have never been in a position to offer
such values in hew merchandise as we
S Vare this present season, and- you will do
yourself a great injustice if you fail to
see our line before making your selections. By watching our opportunity
and taking advantage of the market conditions, we succeeded in closing
out several lots at a price by which we can save you at least 25 per cent
on your purchases.
Nefw Silks and Dress Goods.
A choice line of Chevron Fancy Stripe Silks,
in the *ewes- season's colorings. Very
speci alue, per yard ................89c
36-inch Taffeta Silks, all colors, regular
$,- ves, our special price for this
sal ........... -........... ............ ........ 98 c
8-inch- agUda Taffeta Silks, in black and
all C a rare value at .............. O9c
Best $lBlack Imperial Taffeta Silk. Our
spedKtprice for this ai *............ $.19.
Three pi;es Black Chiffon Voile and Silk
Crystal Crepe. All over Silk Embroidered,
vero dreasy "d stylish. Worth $2.00 per
yard." -ritvety special value ............ $1.39
SpPcil values in new Broadcloths, Satin
Prunella, and Imperial Chiffon Voiles, in7
the new shadings ,at .................. S1 *
Case of new fancy suftings, very choice
styles and colorings. Our special value at
Lot of very choice fancy suitings and
plaids for children's dresses. On bargain
sale at ...... . . . . ... . .. . . . ..
Flannelette Outings, Etc.
Three cases of New Flannelettes, Saratoga
Fleece and Roxboro Flannels, in all the
choice new patterns and handsome color
effects, both double width, and new side
band .styles. Worth 20c and 25c per yard.
A very special bargain for this sale, per
yard ..................... ...........
All the popular designs in Extra Fleeced
Flannelettes, on special sale for .........
Good quality Oating Flannels, worth 8 1-2
cents per yard. On sale now for .......
Extra quality Fleeced Outing Flannels, in
all the Dainty Stripes and staple color-
ings. Special ...................... ...
Special Sale of Ladies' Pattern Hats
at about half their value. All new and sty-
lish Tailored Pattern Hats, that will cost
you double the price in'a regular millinery
establishment. Be sure to see the wonderful
values we are showing at $1.95, $2.49, $3.95,
$4.90 and ............................... 6.9
We are aralso showing a choice line of
New Veils, Veilings, Ruchings, Hosiery,
Gloves, Belts and Underwear, New Com-
forts, Blankets, Sheets and Bed Spreads.
Two balm yf best 5c Brown Dmeostic.
Not ever 20 yards to a customer
per yard -...........................s%e
100 donm Germsa Napdkns, Hemmed.
ready for ue. A special value. Per
dQeM ............................ s.5
One cae* of Standard A^ron Checks.
all celers Extra le or the price.
Per yard *.......-.-....-............ S
one ease of 7c ;*.hiswd..... y .-wd
ow"or. en "* te i tis wed ser ..... Se
in our-Men's Clothing and rumtehifg De-
Owing to the fact that our buyer suc-
ceeded in closing out several big lots while in
the market recently, away below their value,
we are in a position to offer you the most
100 dozen Men's very best $LO00 Mobsar .
Shirts. All new and natty patterns, a very
speCial bargain. Whfie they last, your
choice for ............... ........ ...... O6 C
68 dozen Men's very best 50 and 75cnt
Madras Shirts, all newest patterns, choice 43c
of this lot ........................... 43c
Special purchase of Schwab.nade Men's
Shirts, at 25 per cent. off.
We were obliged to buy the entire lot
of 167 Suits to get the price. These are all
strictly first-class in style and wolmmanship,
in the newest colorings and black, and up to
the minute styles; and will go on sale to-
morrow at the following cut prices:
Best $25.00 Schwab-made Suits, made up
with real hair cloth and linen canvas, for. $&9,
Best $20.00 Schwab-made Suits, very nob-
by styles, newest colorings. Your choice
for .............................. S.... I "
Best $15.00 Schwab-made Suits, very choice,
new styles. See the $15.00 special price
ticket on cuff. Your choice for ......... f9
IJot of Boys' All-Wool $6.00 SchwaIb-maUde2
Tweed Suits, to go on sale for ..........4J953
Boys' Wool Tweed Pants now on sale
at 25c, 49c, 75c, and 89c, worth nearly double
Special Bargains in Men's Pants and
Overcoats; also Underwear and sample
sweaters away below their real value.
We are also closing out all the winter
stock of Blanketm, Underwear and Men's and
Boys' Clothing, bought in the Friedman &
Co., Bankrupt Sale, regardless of former
Men's Wool Suits, formerly sold for $7J.50,
to $8.50, now at ......................
Men's $10.00 and $1M.00 Wool Tweed Suit
now on sale for ........... ..... ..... 00 K
to be closed out regardless of cost. Special
cleap-up sile of Men's Wool Tweed Coats
and Vests, from broken suits, away below
One Comeof 6sf S Fla" pBsuhs
Special sic eiale.
apols *o tin es
9-4 SOwUbe ei10 sm. ms
A~d i..P .
* . *. 'p.
'V .~. -.
*C ht .
*,ThIen I udNg. L
food holds its place at
the head of the list.
"There's a Reason."
KEVRY DAY THIS COMING WEEK.
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was mH Tl
J:. cMi 'On wnRt Wednesday aftPawawn the ro s C- U- Porter
Married di hre C which be the P"Mini -' Journal's trave .
.. .. .S. .S prove p aar--a Whrsinglm'h $ns sepreseataa^ 1 that -ee"on ot -
~Owp..o*Roat s Pes h u rasd Fat of Cotton-
-464","b ,ew.... 4,l5whic l h will be the Pemol Journas trave tl-.
-... oi s'a &In g repe e-tafto rin ta st lto no
ue -"Sto- a- wreForida east fC erU we and 84.
a-- ... --,, thexan of, a -- -r-D. Wa. -g b a *y ~r Jo
7' "n b~. ", -h l- o Waa r rt la c re t tc b a A btafter-te te..r'
under which empti. the orgs.t"*' mnAre an
105 4sabes S n ds ryear..hat as thedt hd t beo w 0 4 t besgi euet a
r. of r t mw theo. t.e- mb a aworkontherue.d r. Porterowas as-
,d i ore ast MPills aH?^r. 'orte Ixl S aoanentire strag ei.
10- --sta tin.it o rthe party givn at b.the terrtory ae a will cover. He I
t -UfL I uhe C eome tornol t t w afg t w oel a 'rwr iter ability pd a typical newt o d
I laerest.amber o hr s as eesl snt-ese lainss soalways. The Jou
s I .ter to .is eeri ommendsn e. n to Its hu dredd Ct
sloa i a csareadeon i o b were his W
the lub h besn the leamogt ewman r. oos o.,
-7* PKMBB 4. 0. keatre of Wwarrton Wnae Ufn bol wllbe co y.m..,
a still osfatM e, Is rtlfIna to Its $ e Like sGoodThs A r.e. n
members and ftet Mrs. Cha1. 1. Smi=h, of West Frani* k the
. . . Us Ma ime,--s .ays: "I like good thi&e
Se eth e have adopted Dr. King's New Life
S'horartd was the Pills as our family laxative medicine.
hBotma at a birthday party given at because they are giod 3d do their
r homeon.,Saturdayin.when work without Nualt. .ia about it"
.--_'*the 1-th analver ry of Iw o.m .. .
Games wer played, and delgoee. NOTIE-
fr.shnos served. .U m to o o
n e m Waegto... st s3u3ar FriedmanDry Goods Co.
S" yo ladder, and she was -.erecip-c t a ena o -
-- lm ....... l en t ." _a.tu.. o a Owpl seno W l B e I Use M one ny
-ooa of the evet nut. On Accobotflolday.
a e i ishi n.y. Wll be opa Tuesday with
* Xrr .wFrank Ke llye a* t aOn-umber m
---s*&sow .the*sow& - at his Me fr e a to a psle wat eeS sa .for our cu s-
th3 itt E 5 i t sreta"- peRa ta hai trim eBie sauna tomrs. Will be pleased to Teli
- r o B. timore w he e h a we a --
eiing, besides.Mr. Kelly. Mejsr.js.hw ca. .ve. ethiu
k iWI. ,^iIU, r.Frank CWreOP, J. Cronae d. aG. F. few to Select fwrt .n-6
WA -0060W. rlNastt00 lMs.anC J.11 R .Msnow. .lers
SI' mwel arso- poundsues ea"s moms- FriedmanDZhy Goods Co.
urng feet i length. The aIse-_ In- t d o w shiporer oy
Ab$4* *----- wilw ere of the a sa e variety. o
.a. eaMs Bf ot ATTI MOryN. KeI is frftTJ- t_ l th-
oeIisao., .where he a en s I tLhPAM take nos
toiit s--nighb ei ng es ~ n a& la er br Oe o lol ur w ll Obe
r 6- aB ae Woplth ea De ebl- Mrs. Wa byahodance ha eerean on the6 w 1
SWar ioPePle. The mar e b- .n... t.a .W. re _AL e f
.- --- .... ....s .has now re hter ae im s..aing stca. O O. It AAn
Sr ther own A. J G. nerer who been
i s i Mm M hp. art thW r t..., .3. tharer -- ho"d I, as a yeoau t oud a nt a hot wiend I -sree ..-7..
g-g--t --a, S=hest i. *nO -M thei i worecesve. T Pe sacola veyeral week O OA -
106 %0 O Rto m te l8 t1 ae who Mo. ChsroRancel a ter All at. ero A is
S4 I hulsPl tt rel at th Ja eeciay Wpaired ofa bnt those who shave charge et a F St, -Valelac
Sttr t Pt the II y P. olt ret re of theae are ow odent of hl andlof course 7.touwant oe .cash mone
S- _iaal wk e the o the w at chren of eovry. the co sititha
Sse e8 t the teacher a for be respected and e ra the bet sellluing ae possible.
St a l t aalt aa att"a, w o t hat recently married. In secorl a "Balo last notch
. -l- earr" ha"i.l- Mr. a plet aa._tty of the term, its timore bele" for his wife. Mr. CarroU guarantee a per- m _
P6 t a t I Baris gBtle thl art haB thoe Island wihe of a hon st or t it and the finIn the
S. tw a topic owned. e wilber he by fabrics and woran- elig
"r ---* Saes. i- v a larm number of his local friSuits
Os m will emi t i t ahe i tg triends are relatives. Th- i
.00 *1, fp mssTbmoberro to Dr. and Mrs.bWaggaor.. ,mtel
S90=k; Afterm.&A bmaottag bees. You0bert 1
.SmftWi.wS Urtheir -own- ekes A. jonegs she beenalaringly Y
A*40 100 t ch to fs e Alpp Itn Syria. J. Cro lless. For a time his e was d-* NAmbersA
1WfAbitr -415b JO4eAi to tht oJeUn- tG eseayspared before youe whld do yonave charge to get a fiwi. esuit ew lacines
Wa r ho lpaaf. a thes Plt burgte- pre u te good ithe case a you couldn't dent of his and of course you want oo New ofne C
a*8416000 tothever AWies1and ctailldren ofultda te haveas run s PestD
S 3 a agat n-e was a tarta fo attorney. it enters t's Baltimore, where they were arge Pra
ub1VW11o2 f Wb A Ml taof, l t tha with sioin his worsame Tmat'r tedIn secuiongyear WBe gurne We ina
Er. prMr Sm pu
nd why a tww as silg qualities in _thl- % p.wibl expel thegood wisormhes aof ahost aof fect fit and the finest
J011004 0 M. tofao taths e t wO m beet, but heas a topic nic or the child. 25eo. 5an ad f10 R T f
a9 Aw1 M*tt r sa mlomnthe aProet that beach In- Otto and Beula Crona will ap for your money.
as U -e*- to tesa--ny. ff teet tha mhale fINamib'm 011 in t Dly. shortly for Cullman, ALa.. weeaa tJam dey
a1s^ m**ta theak...Bewe wMn Keryan Torn..s 131. M.G. NOTICo TO VeTERANii hes raceT.
9 the erntt la to ha the saloae aSummre. Headmondrter, Camp Wah e. -1w rtwe D
ofsy as. te ns mtoah heaas edwater hot peroeT. Mrs. Fred Moore has returned fr ont ___ This I
sis arge ni ignay, .t ba seme 'aty ear vsa at, enst ac ola, avreet iesiting er as. i Numb er
An *l beda are taiphl- that vias the avo Oct Sth, at 7:a0 orelock. By order or G Number
RATES Ye a&deFa~5 a.dDmoWfu
le M~ky 7uxl Th&7ey M& deof j"me .me fm
eAmted 1"Cdu-..j U&tl Iaks and osqwwe
dela MmyLe m godm asdt&a
una wbUT and they mAk woy't.& of Yew ClM-
i. Bude beng adekouscoulaeuim
e Olde Fashioed Horsulmd Drops
ccememt renedy for sore troat and hoarneess. They
dtraMt and bro.-mil tubes free from phlegu and
Sinflamed and 6aInd wiru mt aM
ior Sale by
orders filled on same day received. Agents for
hone 453 and get what you want at once.
SAre a*ent Invited to
m- as am. Weve a mes
S, yoa. Can only deliver
Ar I while yous B here.
0 B- caj your attention inAr
eara, am our Bedroom w*
Yom know, It don't cost but
a little moery to go to homaw
'kePi from Owr store, as noft
So It may tbe paid later on.
PaneL Fl *
Wash everything, a
on buttons and Io
after your e-othing g
rally, for price nam
The Empire Launh
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Dr. Malwoy Km.ea dy.
as retuned to the CtY WadIwnm
Jos regular practise. O in awmS
-aild&. Hours :30SO to 12, at S3 i
6. rha U me.
FOR "tT. -
for t ce of M .i
gCAPTP. R*; A.Nj A
city and county. I hreby
an a candidate for the o ss ad
benoif pea- ne'il f 80WA CUW. u. 5OIGW OObabes AONB RE Mobie & Gulf Stceanwhip Co,
wo bove to newn iia Oka& 00 ~~~~ eaat961L- esgmfam yJ'MSNSARi OseneediemwAththe Atleaat & SL
________ k asoAniume NNW Oseway snh ate
ant u.t t-a ky ur e m = sad saiwlebs
seyw ~4mm2 TIa. q~lt~w ~poseemliame fty SL.A
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St $tm-- ta s es .1the oakw -TuikKKYS AND-BW EGGSw**mwwLw
.%- fdd If w-o ItsC h sm Mmna.&AWGNfitSo
ml. Lasi. msa.* P-
~ th ..~ ~ ime w am S .*mAiY. WedmNyWbe hAd uponGaophersChIWUR 8*4 at-c 2"'iaW Pa
to Ue oo&:. seze we"O'sUS&PmeHonaAr~e1343. 8 MWSem.=I
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10 ANO.Wt LS I.6w WL GRAND INITIATION SBA&Li Awivel M a"Ss
___ a'Gom e *" n, le AT .ARMORY HALL BY @ov@0,W
fa see, 8sGIWIFe48e00M should WINNESA"Y N H ALenow P antii
bii P a V a cSmm.in
Wohas returned to qopw% wi a" -
~ .oc xOUig e D'p&hhmbsmd te BwdIMng. 8awn IL
___ L .X k.U ao. toIn 1P.ma. W hr
Plomm 2T& n tar Coowsa K.4010.
*,,~ n SL am 16 IUWNUoft 449.Fnim1a,1 Advci
Makes a Specialty of
ms, Candies and Charlottes
the:1P.- the -lie Woskyjun
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Why It Is Possible..
ess' you can often buy for ten cents an article that you
elling all over town at a half a dollar.
e-aon is that we have an enormous business and plenty of
y. We can buy in enormous quantities, can get all the dii-
it go with cash payments, and because of our tremendous
i afford to cut even the usual retailing profit down to the
items below you will find what this means In giving you
ualities at our small prices.
All Sales Start Monday 9 a. m.
other Famous Lace Sale
2 for 5 and 10 cents a'yard.
iplete and beautiful collection of the moat wonderful values
laces shown this year. Plenty of wide also dainty narrow
; the new Venice Bands for the new 4all suits, also new
any and Torchon.
rely the, prettiest patterns received this 3"ar.
sensational Ribbon Sale
$75,000 worth bought for this sale.
markable opportunity to secure the real wide widths in all
hades, and also the regular line 'of colors at the lowest
r offered in the city of Pensacola.
s not a job lot of ribbon, but the finest fashion of bright
shades direct from the centers of Fashion.
16, 22 and 40 ............ .......... ............lOe yard
60 and 80 ........... ........ ...............15c yard
00 .......... .............. .......... ........20o yard
20 ....... ...... . .... ................... ...25c yard
of Pall Flowers ............ ............ .....15e bunch
of Fall Hats for Ladles .........................25c each
g Head Placques ...................... .......... 19c each
named Pictures ................................25c each
vite your attention to our large line of School Supplies, at
t prices in the city.
TCH. KRESS WINDOWS
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gmIo, OCTOBER 49
IENRa.I. 5flD R P Q i
mIEF IAIM WATKINS 0&.
TAEMD ou THE PENACOLAI
#&WV -AMW"IUR E 34 D IA
-.', -a mb Seh r MIltop W. Watkins,
.' .. avy ba s been detached from
-S Ay as head tC the departaaet et
e,.it ""iwe oer or the labor
kbes, ed as a" am tit eaptala of the
K *M d~ pe in W*Yn yard and ordered to
*' \; ,- *sat the walr Trainin g tatione
..,'"et -tMb..o a bee on duty at
the PeBsMOia a8X Yard tor the pat
of I .. -x .x yea"iand t Vhe new of his detach-
*h ,- "lo yes of the yard and t&e dcu-
and ..a : " .. wo ve come to
S... . w a hi td Omany
.., .. .: ,fl e retired list of the navy next
S. -. a April a rea ltof long and faithful
It had been hoped that the navy ,e.
S' .... 7 : ;.. .. partimt wOUd have permitted Mr.
.Akas to reafali on duty at the
local navy yard until the date of hft-
., -October 7th and 8$th. Mg =, .buyatE t ,
.0; VCtODer 7ffil ad 8&l rethet os be Innot physically
quattd to Mtod a beu winter In the
-+.^ Bnorth, having Served in the Philip-
pm aptI -d he t06opi6e= eUmate for
years, sb health thereby 4eilag much
Sm ... paired. It Is believed that it will
be necessary to .order him betore a
7'.[..'. ,,: : ^, unmes Idis dtdta eeSvtN port,. L L
Sfmads of Mr. Watkins urgd him
to make an MatWM t to have his or-
ders reoke.t so t at Io e cold remain
there until rtdre4, lbut the old salt
S*. rep ed that the fAet leson taught an
^. '.^ ....... -:../--..... ,. ..- __oI r of the mI y, was prompt obe-
dce uto =-u rm supe4or an-
thae he had evmr attempted to shirk
B RY AN TALKS FOKS U/ioULnt dlUU- t
teet the cmoft awlghtbhave on his
TO..-...... W. ..K.. U .His friei bope hat when he re-
-R laUB bonH =--Hrlm ure at E-ra"r-ne
lcoln. N, Oct. 8-Wm- J. Bry-. S i H JE S Jack Fr. m ow Rti .
t .a. the ..e ter Dhemo orahe rally In Many States
..-. -..: t the A itU6 i I- this. city, over -
o r. -"a whridsh be presided. The principal JackhmM iM, .1T. 3.-fiper Bye- Sy AMem Praes.
hps _eaker wa Semator G-ore, of Okla- Ing two days In search of Wi Serby. Washingto Oct. 3.--The weather
f". h I"rs1SS 1 hrma. Wvery feferenee by hium to the Cagitive assamia of PostodeGe I-peat bureau today reported frost in the
aN . W elty democratic candidate brought the or Charles Pitsgrald Austii Iterg- middle Atlant states, in New Eng-
.jjeape')41 art audience to Its feet and the air 'son. a former member of the Jalson land. thronbh-the Ohio valley and
.wa repeatedly rent with cheers. Mr. police 9orce. returned .bome Is* la t in Tenneseee. There is snew and
SBrysna smilingly bowed his acknowl- night. visited a resort in this city, a freeing In the Northern
0'60-P. V, "- edgement of the eatbuslasn of his te- killed Ethel Maxwell, the prlt Roceky I states and all
S low ownumen. Ferguson was drinkis a da rofull to th IVh A] 8slpp l valley to the
E R At the close of Gore's marks Bry- leave the place on being ordered alt. gualf doast tha mercury
Olft Oe tW an e briefly, enpressng his IThe Maxwell woman went iat as ad. ha. s l le the -.ow ble aver-
for the Interest manifested in joining room to secure a revolver ad age. f st| predict
B m a him and touehing a few incidents Ferguson fired through the door. kill- freet na thel AUtl states
i m*d.& !- I I of the vnpPlgn ing her. Ferguson made his euespe. tonight.
50 pieces New Fall Outings, plain colors, light and
dark figured, regular 1Oc value, . .
50 pieces Yard-Wide Brown Domestic to go at this
.0 "'salefor . . . . .
All Standard Blue,.Red and Figured Prints at
One case Apron Gingham Check, 7c value, at.
All Our lOc Figured L&wns, 10 Yards For 25 ces.
New Kid Gloves, alo Silk. New Belts, nd Hand Bags. New Beck
and Side Combs. Barrettes, Beauty Pins, Veil Plums and Belt Plns.
New Table Linen. New Towels, Turkish, Dnak nd Hock. Witea
Bed Spreads, plain, hemmed and fringed. Call early and get acoic.
Wait for ou r osi t Oat S sttre ta
department, Ind fing new arriS Ila Art -s
tigg Um8a088 WideW Shades I La 12.
412-413 Blount Building
District Agency Westefn
Florida for Germania Life Insurance
Company of New York, Doing Business for 48 Years.
"-U- .=sII I I
ifE, DANIELL, Manager 'Real Estate Department.
L. D. GREEN, Manager Fire Insurance Department.
ALEX. LISCHKOFF, Manager Life Insurance Ie-art-,i.
CALD ELL, Mai
S/ W respectfully solicit legitimate business guara w__
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j.--. -+ ::. ,- - UE -A JOURNAL, SUND&Y MORNIXG, OCTOBER 4, ________________
CLA-SS-FlED ADVE RTLSEMENTS T HAT PAY x
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o u.' 'W*t "S o .....d Ma' i'J H ve 6" '' 5 . . .. s S o W.h a Y
iTou Want Smeone-Else May Have. 3 3 ADVERTISE IT S' S' What You Have Someone Else May Want|
F- F I : . -t I -- -- i- r . -
N/okingFoRaHome? LSR WH N& CS. rTHE A, B, C OF INVESTMENT $
p.us e au ,.Is to buy wh.re the pr, perty, t Increase in value.
^^^E~lle gnt J;B11 1$ NISg by- Sg 4 Lot 1 ----- ok-3,Nw and "Buy Where It Is for the Interest of the Seller to Have That Property
.. . C0it 1 Tnd Block 1. New GThe first rule is so plain that no argument is needed. The second of or a ne
---- .is on" north- o am.ew. -,e-t-m- boh these two rulem_- t th e t.a- tatIrpetyan h hou
S-Lot 70x7, north side Cervantes Buy Were t is for the Inteest of the Seller ave that Property and hall ho
S............................. $100.00 street, between 13th and 14th Ave. Grow, is worth most careful consideration.
(tW'omio-u~~dwol~in sy*a at No. ,15 a 33 N oth- Ceyle 1 and The broad principle of Russel Sage's advice. -Young Man. Buy Real
JsPs1ftvk-= Ni bh a* b...........100.00 t-ot 11 and 12I Block 76. New Estate." will soon rank with Horace Greeley's aphrin-' YouIIg Man, Go north side 01
w lad se*te = 1117eatifult r overlooking the bay. No West." and the advice is good, but does it not strike you, that if you areFish
Awat WP so" 6060 1 few i tootwohesgmoreolikeithese-0g to buy. you might a I well buy the best, that is buy lots with the
.a N0.1. W., uCs.i tou aoIn D" w .U l S U--2% lots on Jackson St.. just east All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensacola lots with any
................. .. ; .............................. ......$.00.00 of No. 400. south front, other property in or around Pensacola.
.. ;...... -_-- ..l *eI* ... ileaMs for -- .We guarantee street car connections through to Magnolia Bluff within Iall and s
OF .m"nt dS, o"^".r' 1011-111 o22N--s iotsa on N;orth Hill. 1 nine month from dteEast Pena bu .ding lots now for $50 and up
o11.ft mil et eadofio on a n eole building lot on Strong S. each according to location, on te iment plan, at 10 per cent. down.fdown
.................. between residences of B. A. ~ and 5 per cent monthly, no interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
"" ....... e. Ta.a. .. street .. Re.maa .street. with and J. S. MeGaughhy, 92x150. Ab- and mortgage or all cash with liberal discount. ti a e is
: X me I N0 b yI .... ................. .7........ $40.00 solutely the only one left in this I Only .250 lots will be sold at present prices. When this allotment is I OR REn
1 ................ .... ........... oic resib wmsu ftedesntreet ar n tor DW ELLINGS FODE.EA
A PP TYOF ALL KN TO SUIT YOUR WANTS. choice residence section. old. no further sales will be made by us until after street car line s co- AT
'MISURWANQSK A PECIALTY. ANMS MlAO IN ANY AMOUNTS $1100-4-room cottage. No. 415 N. 6th Six years ago a few brave souls bought lots in New City for S50 each. 212 Wright St. ........... 2a.O t1t11 Cervantes St
AT :b' mI RAT& I avenue, part cash balance easy The street car line was extended and many of these lots hav sold00 N. Paox S $1500 t.
ha gi e er Ite to Let In th e Munt Building. terms. for 500.00 each., since then. Eat Pensacola will do as well. The biggest 00 N. P ox St.......1...50 "S Deete te.
1 --- .11 J* --*-OnC.1R* -DS-LICIT-ED.I boom that ever occurred in the history of the world. will within the next s N. Reus St. .............. $12.0 GT. 13th Ae. aMd 1
R t s COREmKPONW SL3ITED. S2000-No. 505. East Odaden street, 7 few years take place in Real Estate, and mark these words. East Pensacola 724 W. Zarragosse ..........$ 10.00 Rer. 1eth Ave. snd 1
SN- iroo N ots sold toundesirable parties. We shall have some interesting 115 W. Jackn St.........10.00 No. U &. lntodes
i lh0I & WT IA N tO O0-No. 914 East Strong St. things to say from time to time. but the most interesting of all is this-- 07 N. Reu St. ...... 15.00 STO
S& Don't Walt. Get in before the 250 lots are sold. .... Ool St.
SMNTMI. AOINTS. 2350--No. 515 North 7th avenue. BOARDING HOUSES. lt..e.
SfAft. RIENTAL ANDS IN NCE AoENTS $3150--No. 423 E. Cervantes St. The Pensacola Investment CO., Ntal . ....
.ho No. 54. 1 North Palafox St. a E. Wright St.(.......1.500 TWSOS J
S3150-Takes the 6-room cottage and east 15-room house on E. 13 W. Rom a l
hal of Block 23, New City. Part 216 8. DeViiilers St ......$10.65 t near Palaex
-.. cash. _____ Cor. Romana and Palafox S. two offices upcta
S. 4200-House and lot, northwest corner An Invst nt.
ANTID. FOR SA T&of Romana andt Spring street. This
is close. in and a bargain. am r K rOA1I We have for sale at a sacrifice to right party, a large se
_.I|I |.... 1_ ------ Vau ta d s R su 5 AU r r factory and planing mill, situatled at Bagdad M Pensaco
4 goag emtlly. fteBtse FOR SALE-Good surrey. Also family 5450S-Two-stomy dwelling and corner lot, 1 Is up-to-date I every way and can be purchased on very n
|.'r ettag with odernborse. LasUe Brooks. 3oetlw near Escambia Hotel, bargain. N.. .. .. i-it- 0 - -
t t Adiret C. 8 $2500-6 rooms, bath, gas, electricity,
o -FOto R SALEB-Timbered land* In large or. $ 500-Each, 3-room houses, No. 1114 N. sewer and all modern. North HIll, Buys a Cottage Home in THF FIoHFD PFa I F TATF a
*mall tracts. Southern Real Estate and "G" St and 1203 W. Wagner, on one block from Palatox.L -
Ai" i ant .esmt-- oCo.. mle e. AMa. oe3tsf terms of w per month. o- mEiNTt reet. Best Residence Section .. LU coL Fct -
? O BALX-Lets 7 and 3. block 110. New $ 900 and $1200-4 and 5-room cottages gas. electricity. 50 cash, balance, f East Hill, block from REAL ESTA NTS LOAS
Ry. W. MasIe, 70 Twelfth Ave. ready for occupancy about Oct. per cent. Thiam house co st o ver 206 S Plfe St. Pone S
ge t __- szbb.alf.lo.ii T uloct' u 15th, on terms of $10.00 and $15.00ca line; 6 rooms, new, ........ .
l~~l bOam NlbOSAE..bgia~,,-b----Op o x per m-onth. This Is the best prop- 100 rooms and hall, East Desoto,-L c ln 6 roo s ne.
a-s imw PsidtA lom AB SALEt 4 a barmao. a lot 65x125 fee sition that has ever been offered near 10th avenue. Lot 60x137%. bath, hot and cold water,
-IWl O t 2m Doe with 4-room house, located at 504 W. to a wage-earner or anyone want. $100 cash, zo 0 month. t ak . .. .-4 _
I*H_ 11-t"(" street. Apply an premises. 29sept1w nlug to own their own home, on $2100--5 rooms and ball, new. East Jack- Sanitary connections, 9- B
enost plane like rent.son street, between 11th and 12th footPfront
w -. B w COTm Truck Parm forplans --- avenues. Terms easy. foot front and side gal-
MISNl t.r sl.- M.. the fest Irish pottat Other property for the asking. yo cabuy a home er now tha lery. South front. Large WANTED-Sx experienced s LIVE ST
Sa bargain. Alo registered Jer- If you have money and will lend It on $25,000 to lend in amounts from 8100 up, r- h al.n 1. Apply eary Monday AND I
7 w bull frow dam with record of 20 lbe gilt-edge security, call and see us. We on Improved real estate. lot. I he balanCC e k Lannon A co. 4c
g tear Iy -butter la 1 week. P. W. Paulson. Silver- have several thousand dollars In first- rn t sa fr T
AtSy Trr.1 hla. *.2oct3t class mortgages bearing eight per cent. ri. on sV o TWO TRAVELIN ALES N wanted.
AUNC222feeot long. 44-inch beam, 7 interest payable every three m9ths. l l $25.00 week salary. .25.00 week ex-
fAUNCH.2% feet leg. 44-Inch beam, 7 yOUr landlord. penses, and 10 per cent. commission on oww
]L- Ptr. nSpeed about 10 miles per Our specialty is selling property for sales. Lo Angeles Cider Co., Atlanta, ,- bull r
8 g LJ5 r. A l A. Wr hton. 6 W. Ro- others, writing fre Insurance and ek- 5 lots on 1th ae Ga. t dv. Ro
Biuir'_ 'sbo DoFSle Tea sp do business with us either In pr o Le e E. Brooks Co. 5U line, l Pos c T rk and carrier want- s
PbeOn -h S& 5 and ^leather seat through correspondence.ue Cari e e ed. Examinations will be held In Pen-
Sag" acEbarber chair. Cash or on sacola and many other cities in November. FOR SALE-Two 0o
timen. ,Cheap. Solomon Furniture Co., p (Incorporated.) c aDest property Particulars free. Washington Civil Brookas
gg ag Ane n fNmes 3W-32 W. Goverawint. 6septim REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. .. sl Service School, Dept. 455, Washinton, D.
..- awNEY TO 1 OAN 4 **uth P*****x *iiL in this section ... $100 c. I* WaITE PEIN DIk
T a rl s ATU.DAYB AND MONDAYS we will .. information white
w tk W. a- 3 give away a new patented tea-making A WANTED-At once a port who wl- ox Warrtoton I
pt with eVeryprhas of Daley's I YOU WANT TO BORBOW moey: J U J ling to work. Apply at Concordia Club.
s WOI r Coaaf.t.t TheTea Store. Phone or If yeou would like to lend smeat a HOTELS. Ot OR SALU-Four
'--iM- 400. 25ept good rate of interest on Ilt- e. 0 PHONE 608 row at 00
.0 DWOM 1 FOR SALE-A fine 2-story house with all It Is the quickest. ofaamt and cheapest SATURDAYS AND MONDATS we win Rooms 304-306 Thlestn Building WAN A house girl at once. 6N Lon. at-$. Al
@Ieeipt moder conveniences. on East Hill, one way. give away with every purchase of Bayl tre.
be us i =iM south endeSLLargelot,3500. WE hav 10.4 Im a tea-making spoon. The Tea Store. Phone WANTE An e n s u
b" otes h. FQR ,,.AL,-D-as t -home on Bayou class. I per cent moa on ci yf 400. h25septand o is Ae ss in own a yesC
A -R p t thmi a the s re .ts c ost more taven sak rorun w eow Old newspapers are ual at a- ue. SOUTHERN BRICK C o... ivox telep.ho numbe .f
.fresh meat .at A =O East Hill. it wofork you The V ar R tate alethe Mt-ecc r WANTED--eA girl at cC... to help with ply W. S. GrSeM
rA son an1 1lots e6 West Aei unelant hm at ts per bundle anufacturersaewing in a tailor a Aso o eNTED-The
S4"'Ow S0 Are yo.. . getting tUr per cent. set for er-. VUILDINGN AND FIRE BRICK. mer. W...B..op,. ^aOt have secured tl
S.me mMe. t A 6*-Lom Shou se corner lot. N. Spring =ur money? If not. you dot get ._ Offic. 412 Theasen Building a the celebradet
rr SleftO N ae It tan first mrUgee dc"to. n obay shere. 10 m .e r r ide from t AGE
d on electric ear Une, w be open for the write the best accident and health in- con B
of Ohm 5 1KOMtoft he c Di'aebe, Oareer uf raan end ioiee tdhengs LS iiift &t Miss Uit 1. An modern conveniences. r surade. Wi A.Ksten. W wenag the lic O3_
y^-' S W AI *re TllrHr' PejLer .ref~atfSSSS" afc. iiU t a -o r a. OOS- Mill" , flptusa madieo.n ant(o KILL
4PCottage RW. Govenment StgS. 120L Inn, Pemedb, 100. tIEiAD Florida. Palatka, Fla: ZoctW hiS th'rn
on.. i-S. -' A b? mpoladast F.eryS Bon Palatox, OS LTAe or -t or extra well broken horses and WANTED-Experenced accoitant Giv _-_
Sletwh s otn M eet Hlf Gtrden. Bayles anditendencia-Sta. Pri. ternml. Seft now easy pay- change or ell A e. unless full particulars and salary wanted. Geo.
SAS. la S.t. L *Pt .S. r .. a w.... aSvertls. t In T heJournars want mules for sale. W. R. Tay- E Wood Lumber Co. Caryve, Fa. Alr AN
i caog .on fG 02r for salereWuest. m 1.3.ay -a e W e loct4t OA_ WD
.S wayo 1..- ..er.s.al r ..ert t _. EVERY HOTEL in West Plorida and r & Co., 209 E. Garden St..WANTED-Instructor In German for pr- OOMS rLNISH
J weatat once is Wiput BAD COLLARBS-Latest uovelty out; -cola en short notice e4Mr. J. South Alabama should rarry a small ad .ate lessons, by young. man. Addrew lshed 102 N A
S. incolorsn r white. blue and amber wW.- W stb eeet in this column. Thecost only 1.50 Subscribe forThe Journal.German," Care Journa. p 02.
011!the and ews eet toa anyorec lft of tty 114d ermonth for four line or less.
___t P 0. i Box WANTED-A first-class short order and FOR RENT-Two e
m. .. .. Ne 7. e general cook, steady position and good rooms, suitable fo
19, N e w salary to reliable party. No drunkards Ue of gas, bath an
e S2 -M -ARPBT PLACB, T m1lee from Pen- -need apply. Address. Cafe, Postoflce mornings. Phone 12
80 NXIl T re ata Olive station. Box No. 1, Quncy. Florlda. 9septlw
knows as 7-anile on old Jackson -- TWO ROOMS CO
I 1 0id= 9 road. a acres .farming andtobacco WANTED-A carrier boy wtth a wheeL, nished for eight
s I P te and 'aree- learned partly twoven-wirem- a Apply Circulation Department, JournaL a phone. 301
8 0 mD. Oa. Chas, nut and other .. .. .
t es. Stram running through; many 1 SATURDAYS AND MONDAYS we will OR RENT--One
fl^; .- 11160'Of t2 1 l hionselace; also buggy, harness, T / give away I new patented tea-making two. Private fami
'b'-"n another J faroutooles. 3 1-room houses, ts l' "' spoon with ieve ry puIrchase at The Tea East Hill car lln
"ot stable w two r ; 1 25-foot Store. Phone 400. 2eept Referene exchange
mm-- a bars and -other outhoumes. ultable for t/- frred. Box 724. Pe
....sanaitarium, country club. factory. hotel WANTED-Middle-age w.te woman f to
or t PrIee $3,000. orsale do cooking and housework: position per-
OR or hae or city property improved mannt to riht party. ve best of BOARD A
or unproved. i rt payment, and the reference. P. 0. Box 347, Marinan. a S tly and ce
- ATS A._D. MOlN D]T we "-- balance In cash. Fordpartcula address22ept* u re
ADW ptenteDL -We WMI A. vn lft RavaYP. 0. Box 603 or Fisher ,,-,-.. / -* Zel OnilVema~de St
a p-_ o tl.ales *- LatoACy. 17\eptI WANTED-A first-cass hormeshoer. Good TWO UiURNISHI
'2eD et FOR BALE OR RUNT D-bicy- 1tgep \ 'Kn.%E\ salary to right man. Apply or address good neighborhood
at a Store. Phon OSALB OR RENT Obree cottage J. E. Mo 102 Eat Cr vantes street Z roem
egs and abott acres land. extendingR
Seeset fom ^ Pensacola bar to Santa Roso So ANED-Rw M lwhdb
Sto Harr W. bb 8. Palafox t. Carriers. Posto ce WCler foU strset. 110 W.
t ** 12aug yearly. Vacation. Preparation ee.
FO RAT. 2*.*n Ki a~ B u7 Examinations here November 18th; com LAG, well ventilal
wit- -3rvAlo sdebo u o. snK &. mon education suffcent. Write isenu era and souther.
B Plani E ..oseareSapahdeo3 eascp ter latelyy. Franklin lIatitut.s Rochester. witboat meals ;table
a =p1tattr peel room. THE JOURNAL'S Panama Canal Edi-
Sid th avenue...0, and local views, Jt the thing to send to n g' MISml--T ANE IOUS. I fnt oot *
Suith Te rageas t.. 31e.. out-of-town frienda. They are ready for ... --pos-re- B-one ad"
.Si e a e*e.. *, A BEATIFUL HOm P frAo S -3. C J M. YOUNG will repair your umbrella dress Box 574.
BEAUTIFUL*H... FOR.SALE-No, '.-1 Make it good as new. Charges modern
-IT. 61 East a n treet, n2-story. 7-. ate. 2.2% .r. Taragone, between iardd '-- .
atat. lH ta. roed by etiful hade trees SATURDAYS AND MONDAYS -we will---
0-M. A.1.. Apply Clutter, atThe Clutter Music t T ge away a new patented tea-making NORMAL COURSE
OW..M,'. W $ i-eee. l9aug ' f's -- A 9 & L r1 spoon with every purchase of Dalley's Method; Harmony
,iM1 W. latof~snl: tg.@O. ^^ '' K *3 f 3 *I- 11 l k" C- -m I *n -i -- /E i Il I / Tea or Coffee, at T Tea Store. Phone dentqualify for t
JftHN N. DAT FOR 8ALE-A large quantity of old |18 C^ le O U L CS VA 1 T - SS:*1:.- --
C Wast Oardem newspapers at five cenft a bundle. .X.^ <*,. i,.. i.I-. vJv^^ .. v - ---- _1 7
"__- All clean and ready for use. Just the NOTICE-I wmi not be responsIMe for -_
thing or wrapping or packing purpose debts contracted by Savine Le P.4de- MISS LILLA McKIN
"THIS FOR THAT." FOR SALE ADS. always bring results. Constant help in bargain finding is given the woman ofthe house by The Jour- vant or anyone else. N aG. L d .. y.
S'Why don't you try The Journal's Want night hool also re
I1 Y3 AND MONDAYS we w As. They wonderful thing al's Classfed pages. A. H. MeLEOD & O., limakeirCan-
ay asr new patented tea-making for ether people and why not you? vass from 14-Inch to 94-tnch. of all MISS MARGARET
..& TOURISTS wl T e Jourseras P.. Every morning these pages open your window to all the chances to save ....... coimw o ..s. h K.onuo
.a mnal Elitlon Just the thing to send stock. 708 South P Seas 72.
u**) .e e as a. nl. n^ ^ewsat ho memoney that can possibly interest you. No matter how closely you are confined withm ,
traa-tive pictures. scenea and views from ta MAKES NO tIp C what MUg-[e L[Jie
v r c aT a. the four walls of hom, the whole array is Opened out before you each day.you've los or food, r what you have Fourteenth street.
Sat this Oce. fr ale or want o buy or ecange; it
oTtA s .a not expeA ive4. oi. oS_. u..st If you need furniture, the Classified pages disclose a van full of the finest, ov anyo was or- r.
Sent E- naAn3 astree t-e 2. M 7 which some householder, who is making a long move, will dispose of at ridiculously and t eaes o. apply E a
does In and close to three car lines. low
Joh. n .Sr. low figures MERCHANTS C., Thor. B.
-- -- WEST FO DA If youhave a little money to invest in a house or lot--here is just the prop- for a sa. hure.tro a UrL
LOST. L erty you want on the market at half its value because somebody must have the money Pho w se n o or ...ef SnC .
wDD-h -ith- -,-ve---- ---- at once. Read these advertisements. You will be surprised to ee how little it takes .ncts o so .m ge i' o .uubo-l
ED DOG near poorhouaadverti sem. ents.It4 _
had on u .nltheoa? APALACHICOLA. to become a property owner. v0^ ta-MRA
W. Martin. at MeN ilanatah. Anything and everything you can use you will find it m these pages. .-etr erectedd ws
120 W. Intendencia. 27~et bet service. t 0 and $2.00 Spec- roller window awing ma to e advance a
Sm away a ew-* entdk teP- And if you have something to sell-the Classified pages come up promptly with ew.eo s h .an ,.S
S i m very Sat a and Mon. h e tID V." -
avm purcbae of Dailey's Tea Uyh wn be op
Sat The Tea Store. Phone-400. FOUND. PERSONAL. 'lan. New and
p Te r Many women are not only saving money, but constantly adding to the family h Ea o.asdea.
Smod d renovated. Satisfaction income by making a business of watching these pages. "TH O. o
irSe s a ot An t an guaranteed. Phone 1325. or call 4w) N. wit. in th l i w sh wl O e l t
,, um .f .stet. 4lw Won't you please take a look this moming? end al the trouble t
PEOPLE are finding out every day that
______,_____The Journal's Want Colu- -n.. are -w
that s claimed for them. Why not t i Subscri to The lourna Subscribe f
-'ap~gM" rm vig jmjvg*&_ tbm sd pt wht Vn WW o
sehqsus yes 're -ORA. te a Ftwa o e
ise on the
f the hard
ee our list
4th St. ...
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RB-I hkavi Lfo
W. AL et
ch. Aadress C
Ch ow a AV-
Ea) OR unPUm-
Icants street, p *
completely fuiralu I
r light houseke-g
MPLETELY I '
W. Chase t. _
eom with board ter
1ly. One block OM-
0, near water teot.
ed. GentleM- mfe-
atrally located. 3$
RD rooms, ele li*
. Apply 42M im
table ftornished re-s
one block from PaI-
base St. ifeptiW'
ted roosma, with e-*
exposuares, with o9
401 Boat -
bath. to eare
Private famuly A-
. Pedagogiea. Sta-
L Eloise HulL
rLzT wl rag- her
uber sat, athe--
WACLAY wMi ispan
phone 36. S
AW Mceool 264 Wet*
Cipal, 0Wet q
otns at P U
P. 0. A:dreas,
ING will re-ewinMe
>r The 12
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Slehi and New
Ye -.the mot
s ctl4ih and
fit. Prices are
always. Try a
suit on. Look
for the Kirsch-
J. R. NIX
Yea m MUemey Worth or
*SO cI.h. *k. irnlehlma,
Your Money Back.
eto, for Men and Soy
Next Brent BNding.
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L,. : . .
A. NY 9' -usgw -
^tu at= returned yester-
MM rtosr Tarpon en watered yes-
Sa fll car of naval
i *t -4a number of [passengers.
," a e ;
", "T-sho-r Caviar ith a cuatc
9* M^ Ot Snap and the
elaise with 20 snappers
-WPfasome amrrMiTvals yterday of
S9steamer Pon"n has
i tal for hasaola.
West 6"ne. street
20 pounds granulated sugar
for $1.00 with one pound of our
60c Blended Tea.
* 20 pounds Granulated Sugar
for $1.00 with 2 pounds of our
freshly parched Dewey Coffee
Our own freshly parched cof-
fee and blended teas have no
Pickled Beef, Tongues, Spare
Riba. PIgs' Peet, Saur Kraut,
LUmburger Cheese. Maple Syrup,
Pure Florida Syrup Swiss
Cheese, Edam Cheese, Full
Cream Cheese, and Fox River
and MaMnsfield Butter twice a
Sour Pickle. Imported Dill
Pickles, and everything iin me
pure food line at living prices
Aa.nmbT'ofE!eseeh bogudsom And
in t~s bc.
""Wewo *n 0Rss
be-tho woft J5I5IPa UMclugh
~ ~~wu~twpearsace fro that wm Pboofus,, u"N. 1V.
:~ 1S5 CREW NOTICE.
N either the Captain. Owners,
nor Cosuipaees of the steam-
ship Dowgate. will be respon-
asble for debts vostracted by
the crew of sid vessel.
E AMURICAN LUMBER t CO..
Neither the Captain, owners
nor couslnee. of the British
stetas*t4 White Jacket, will
be raeasible for debts con-
Strated by th Crew of amid
vessel. J. FARLEY.
JOHN A. MBRRITT & -o.. Captain.
Subscribe for The Journal.
FHAg~~JSACOLA JCQ3RA6U S U AJLIIMF
AT PLACES OF
REGULAR SERVICES AT ALL THE
CHURCHES AND SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS OF MANY
FQR THE DAY.
Regular services will be held to-
day at the First Chrisatian church by
the minister, Thos. Lenox. Preach-
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.. Sun-
day school at 9:45 a. m. H. H. Per-
kins, Supt. Young people's service
at 7. p. m. Prayer meeting and class
training for service Wednesday 7:45
p. m. All are cordially Invited to
attend theae services.
Holy communion will be admin-
istered at the morning service at the
German Lutheran church, and a ves-
try meeting will be held after the
,T* New City Presbyterian Sabhath
eeool will observe Rally Day, October
4th, by a special program of mmice
and recitations, and a lare att. d-
ace of its members and friends Ist
desired. This delightful celebration
Is always enjoyed and'this one prom-
ises to 'be the best one yet. The
school is growing in all lines. Mr.]
C. F. Zek Jis the asperinteadit and
to his faithful care the great success
of the work is largely due .The pri-
mary department tftef, under the
managementt of Mis aulilne aeese,
Mr. A. D. Morrlmo, Mrs. Caoaa
and Mrs. Gills, has an enrofment of
Xy members. A surse is aso pro-
vfted for still younger children. Mr.
aTompeo has charge of the uy&or-
ganized Bible class Mr. WU1aas'h
interesting class of boys promises, by
Its growth, to fill the upper-aery
not to mention the other Inlaem-dis*-
grades. All are cordially nviBpd tel
NAVAL A- S.
Saavanah.. Gi, Oct. 4.-The following
are the naval stoess qqtatonMs:
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WG ............................... o e
N ...... ............... ...........*56
-M" ................*o-. A -- o.......4 95
K .................. :.... ...** *......4 50
H ..................................3.2 82%3'
F ........................2 75 to 2 77%
S. .... .................... to 2 77
r ..................................2 6714
NEW vO K STOCKS.
New Yrk. Oct. 3,4iee rose strongly
in the opening d4N7 In stokel to-day,
gains running In h n Pacific and Bead-
ing. to 1 2-. SoutherA Paiflc Rock Is-
land preferred. Ml i Paci1c. Great
Northern; prefe Brooklyn Rapid
cordially Invited to atted an of abo
First Pre mygtul Chqrcb.-Rev. Juliaa
S. Sibley. pastwr. Preaching at U a. -m.
and 7:30. m. Player meeting Wednes-
ty e VW S at T-1 Sabbath School
:3 a. m. Nw eCty Sabbath School 3:30
p. m. All am .smlBy invited. The'
pastor will cam it pwric each Tuesday
eam hat 7o at M City Mion. eat
New City mWW Se l a.Com.er 13th
avn aiad Utoato at 3:30 p. n. C.
|Qmun atf Lt r- OMr:c3@Rv. J. p.
a. me wstda school m
inuao., 10: a. mi. confession 10 a. m.
Ebgrglh .ervicea T p. Vestry meeting
after clo of meM-n service.
" = ".' "CS 10: a. in.;
Xai service aT p. m.m
Finrt Univelefst mearc.-East Chase
s-t. TRev. l P.aP Ha. pastor. real-
dance Oufllemia and Gonmales strete.
Preaching at 11 aSb and 7:30 p. m. Sun.
day School 1 a. m. T. P. C. IT. at e:w
p. -a. Prayer i ns Wednesday at 7:30
p. m. A most co al Invitation is extend-
ed to all.
askattn A a 0% West Gov-
mn nt St- V Mr J M.A~
All Woreek Testea nd Guarantceo.
Wlfts ma fr prices. We ca Interest "ye.
sts the least, but
the milk pail and
rnmen. sap -. j. w.cAree
x In ch large. Junior services 2:30 p. min.;
SERVICES TODAY. Salvation Army meeting 8 p. m. Ser-
Mini.te.r ,,,,,V ,. e every Monday. at
Musters ar rpetS'""j? reeme. 8 p. aU. A =ora = will be ex-
any change in the order dt iiep tended to aln.
at their respective eh ure .
fot ts X t om Y. M. C. A A at.A. builin open
Journal not later than 6, E. 1816from 3to 6 p. U. Sunday Club 6:30 p. im.
urday of each week. S ys Bible Cass m3:0 p. m. Bible Teach-
ers Training Camss Thursday i p. m. Open
The order of services at th .Vrms aly from a.Un. to 19 l. Im. Visitors cor-
churches in and near Pemaosja to-day ially welcome. ..
will be as follows:... --C.
CATHOLIC, CH.ISTIAN M .SCIeNCE.
St. Michael's Church.-FIrst M s at Firstha Churte O Christ, Sclentist.-4
7 a. m.: Children's Mass, 9 a. ast Services ever day morning at 11
Mass, 10:20 a. m. Rosary and Ve-ms at olockz and WeeW.ay at 4:00 p..n.
4 p. min.. Benediction 5 m.. baptism S Public cordially welcome. Boom 14. Ma-
p.m. sonio Temple.
St. Jo h-aChuri-S-uadays: Low s_-
Masseswith Instruction. at I and 9:30 a. BARAA CLASS.
m.; Vespers, Rosary a"d Beudiction o t mcla C am-l bYoun7g Men's Bara..
the Blessed Sacrament at S i. o Clam of thoe Fir Methodst Church will
tisms at 1 and 2 p. mn. or by appolte meet Sunday mping at the Palafox
Week days: Mass at 7. 0 a.m.L Church corner alafox %nd Galrden
v f lis fro n 4. a she streets, at :30. -trangers are cordially
evenings before Sundays, ay ays ofy5 Invited tot attend. L .
Obligatloo and First Fr.day. Also every
morning before the Masmes. ......
Church of Sacred Heart.---Nnth taves Why Jam- Lee Got Well.
and Jackson street. Low Mass at 7 a. -.., eryibo y a s-aville 0r knows
High Mass at 3:30 a. s m-_ea cal vybody in e 0
services. Rosry and B's the Mrs. Mazy Lae. a route 8. She
Blessed Sacrament. 5:00. Week day Mass writes: "My husbSid, James Lee, Trm-
at L *30o okh fso So tV -_ en y belfls -be his tf -to tn use
Feast on First Friday. 4 p. m. of Dr. Kings ew Discovery. Hla
BAPTrsT. lungs were s severely affected that
First Baptist Chwerch-Rev. Theos cosmaption. seed thevitable, wien
Caliaway. past. evidence 114 W. a i New Discovery.
den street. Sunday School 9:20 a. mp 3.
D. Begin. Supt. Predchig servIce 11 a. We tried it. itJ,.' B -has restored
m. and 7:. and 7:p.. B m6:V D.him to ,fWf-i'"Dr. King'
Prayer serves Wednes morning, 7:30. New Discovery s*' the Kim of throat
AD are cordially Invited.
East Hill Baptist Chu.-Bet. a n ad lmg rehedes. For coughs and
Gadsden and Jackson streets. a =t colds it has no equal. The first dole
avenue. J. W. Senterfltt. pastor. Preae- gives relief. Try it! Sold under
Ing 2nd and 4th Sundays In each mogth _
at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school guarantee at all druggists. 60c and
every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Prayer-mts- $LOO. Trial bottle free.
ing every Wednesday night at 7:41p. Ba.
B. Y. P. U. every Sunday at :4 W. m.
West Hill Baptist ChurcLh.-9ll West fl- T. t o a
Jackson .reet J. W. Sentertt, pasr. SubD6cr e for The Journal.
Preachinm every first and 3rd S unay at
11 a. m. anid :30 p. m. Sunday Schol
every Sunday at 10 a. m. Prayer meet-
P. U. 'undays at 7:45 p. m..
Christ Church.-Rev. P. H. Whaley. D. 1 C I
and 8 m. Organ recital at ight et- T he feed that coV
vice. Sunday School 9:45 a. in.
St. Kathane' --Holy Coommnien 7;00 *
a. W. Holy Communion and ermaenld
IL um. Ve petfo p.M. yields the b
ubject for morning eervice, "Anelic
Rectory on Wedneeday afterwoon at e B P -E E
St. John's, Warrinaton.-.tvening pr *. --
er and sermon 7:465 p. .
First Methedist Chureh-Corer Platox
and Garden. Rev. C. W. Gavina. pasor.
Telephone 1404. 9:30 a. m. Suny
tJ. N. Andrews. Superintendent s:1a. mi.
Gadsden Street Methedist ChurdR-nev. l1
F. A. Rogers. pastor. Sunday Scho$ -n | 2 r t lll
a. M.. W. R. Bennett. Superatg de4 The feed that fills
Services at 11 a. i. Evening seVl p at
y Per as A Cla- Ios the owner!
neetion with the Gadsden Street Sunday
School for adult persons who do not hve
time to properly prepare the lessen dun.ug
the week,. me*ts at 9:30 a. m.. Mrs. L.
Methodist Miasien Chureh-Cornetr 1th A
avenue .and DcL]eon streets. P
Sunday 11 a. mn. and 7:45 p. 1 Pre 1
m eating Thursday. 7:45 p. ma. L
Navy Yard-At M. ]& Ch CUCmer' 0 ^ m * -
of Navy Yard Wal Sunday T. 1.
Sunday Sehool opens at 1O:W a. m. Ne
services at night or on Tuesdayr a tet. on
account of the tent meetings.
Rev. R. W. Parrott. evangelist wiU hold
meetings every night during next week
in his tent, services cseamieading at 7?0
Fort Barranas-AtGymnasF. S. M ellen
Barranca. Song service begins at a.
m. Solo by Mrs. Lieut. WIm; and
sermon by Rev. R. W. Parrtt, ea Phn
At 3 p. 2L Sunday SO 8 ps.m 2
services on Wednesday ltenht eOf nA
of the tent meethgs. he s re "J _______&n
& Co., Agts.
There is No Dark Comer
In the store of the-merchant whose store i
lighted with GA"S. 0-candle power gas arc lan*
costs but about 2V cents an hour to operate. We'll
be glad to talk the matter over with those interested.
24 and 27 E. Garden Street
T'ransitand Consolidated Gas 1, and St.
Paul. Iowa Central. rie first preferred.
American Smelitg and American Car
Exitted buying of Haeading and Union
Pacie-. repd the market to a higher
level and'osdt the htemences of a sudden
break in Rock' Ilad preferred, from
"1-4 to 46 1-.4 Subsequent reUaling
forced some stocks back sharply, but sa-
other rise followed. Lackawanna scored
10 points, Iowa Central and Union Pacific
2 1-2. Reading and International Paper
preferred -2 Southern Pacdf preferred
1 3-4 an4 St. Paul 1 3-S. Minneapolis, St.
Paul and Suit Ste. Marie fl .2 5-.
The market cloed irregular on profit
aThe market closed irregular an profit
ad then resumed, reaching new levels
with the metal Industriali coming into
heater prominence. Smelting rose 3 1-2;
-National Lead. St. Paul and St. Louis
and San Frd*csco first preferred 2. and
there were numerous additions to the one
point gains. 'Late in the session there
was a break of 3 in Third Avenue and
some reaction In the general list.
NEW YORK COTTON.
By ANeectea Press.
w ork Oct. 3.-Cotton futures
lobed rarely steady. Closing bids: Oc-
tober. 3.7S: November,. S.S;: December,
8.40; Ja uary. 84ie february, S.39; March.
IL.; M=y, 8.4; July, 8.41.
Spots closed quiet. 10 points decline;
middling uplands, 9.15; middling gulf, 9.40.
THE QUALITY STORE.
Business for Profit
Any business arrangement to be permanent
must be mutually satisdactoty and profitable.
STherefore, in selecting your bank you should
have permanency in view, and estaIish yourself for
your present and future wellbeing with the oldest
and largest bank in West Florida.
First National Bank
of Pepsacola, Florida.
Designated Depository of the United States
W. P. Knwei PrOsismIdt. W. K. Nyear, .J, Vise-PreslesSt ana d ogpa f
TheM. W. Bren. AssWL. Cesee W. N. eRberte% AWs'S. CmaM .
Directore-F. C. rea W. A. Ulsuat. W. H. Knlem %W. K. Hymi 6 as
Knowles Hymr. -L
NEW YORK MONEY.
By Associated Press.
New York. Oct. S.-Money on call
nominal: time loans steady; sixty days,
2 1-223 3-4 per cent; ninety days 3 per
cent; six months 3 1-2 per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN REPORTS.
& Associated Press.
Chicago. Oct. 3.-The wheat market
was weak to-day, owing to general sell-
Ing by commission houses, based on Id
decline at Liverpool. and on continued
liberal receipts in the northwest. Prices
at the start were 3-4031805-8 below the
previous close and made additional de-
clines of 1-41W-2 cents during the early
at of the day. December opened at
3-490" cents and sold to 98 1-2 Min-
neapols, Duluth and Chicago reported re-
celpth of 1,441 cars.
Weakness of wheat and favorable
weather for the maturing new crop
caused general selling of corn. which re-
sulted In considerable weakness. Prices
at the opening were 1-406-8 cents lower,
with December at 5o55 6 3-8. Later De-
cemnber touched 64 7-8 cents. Local re-
ceipts were 117 cars.
Oats were weak because of selling by
elevator Interests and in sympathy with
wheat and corn. December opened 1-4
cent lower at 49 1-4. and declined to
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
By Associated Press.
New Orleans. Oct. 3.-Cofton futures
opened steady. October 8.61 bid; Novem-
ber 8.43 bid; December 8.45 bid; January
8.45 bid; February 8.44 bid; March 8.49
Slightly Colder with Snow.
When you see that kind of a weather
forecast you know that rheumatism
weather is at hand. Get ready for
it now by getting a bottle of Ballard's
Snow Liniment. Finest thing made
for rheumatism, chlllblains, frost bite,
sore and stiff Joints and muscles, all
aches and pains. 25c, 50c and $1.00
Sold and recommended by W. A.
D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary,
121 South Palafox street, Pensacola,
M. A. BAKER & CO.
ar-imless Turp-itine Stiflk,
There's a Time
in the lives of most men and women, when it would be very
convenient to have a little money laid away which the
could call their own. Many times even a small =mo
would relieve embarrassment of actual needs. Our Se vs.
Department is at your disposal for the accumulation of small
amounts as well as large, and the smaH amounts deposited
soon "yield the large. Start an account with a dollar or so
and be prepared-have mo mney in the Bank.
We pay 4 per cent interest, compounded quarterly In our sae.
AMERICAN NATIONAL. BANK
Designated Depoeteory .o the United tAtes.
Capital te., oe" 0 A Surp us, $14DM0.
Chas. W. amar. M. L sIL Cak. Ja. Pfele.
*Pesew Vie-pres. & CasMr. Asot. CaNibe.
J. W. Amss
Pensacola Bank & Trust Co.
T. A. JENNINQaL
P. E 3rawner,
Osllve Jersag5on Jo .
T. A. MJenings
CARL H. JNAAIM
Vies PrUsOMant d 65t~
M. L. Rede,
These F. West.
J. I. LShemalm,
Car"t J masM,
J. R. Jennings,
W. Qc. Dowervy.
aJ. H. Pvam
J. A. WrigtM,
W. W. Pl suereW
WE DO A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST
3. i N.&CAR. J. W'. DOUR.
- ita W~kr
The Peoples National Bank of
CAPITAL sUmM. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS SMa.
J. L. BOTOM., .. CAWT L 3. Rv3M. T. I. L W*LL
W. A.- JJ.ILA. .A m W. e I.
A Ge eal mMegdm Bsmess Thled -m Aem SMOes; Ships' Ugg
maest -8me0 "A4 AM
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k.. ~ .2
ik LW~e. -'.7.. ~. -
NEWSOF THE MARKETS
THE U TI.UlNS NATIONAL BANK
A several Samseslg wsiselases Ce wdai-s o ftam a on* 0*eseuse
IL U. SusheeLt COM6s,%
gp "** cOf thCe IagM s.
.'( AMERICAN LEAGUE.
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1908.
First Ietbal Game Today.
TMs aftersook ea the arrival of the
2 e'leck car, at Palmetto Beach, the
Sst game o foot*lU will be played
when the "Athletic" eleven meets the
crack eleven repeeating Warrbgton.
Ca4li& Barrow, of the "Athletics".
has pyu wd the tes with which he
will eXpeot wis the victory today
from a amber of boys who have
steadily practiced every n ht this
ftkt week by the are light in Sevill!
Iere Is a synopsis of the ability ot
'the players i. their respective post--
tiam-s. a Ijvidually observed by Cap-
tax larN, and Managear Borras, of
the "AMee." ]wghtota who~ wil
bie seat left tawke, ia one O, the
heavy l. a d to make a play
throuO W& position will be a lifflcult
task for.the opposing team; M. Gil-
more, at, left guard, is also a heavy
and steady man; Borrs, who is to
do the kF$kng stunt for the "Athletes"
isezpeqfd to make good in ms posl-
tion at ,left end; Mertin, at center,
Is not a all a heavy man. but he will
certaniy) make the- opposing team
think; -latmro, at right guard, meant
be beat--he coull hold a line by him-
self; R. Wallace, in right guard, .i
tha man- who better be watched by
the other side- R. Gilmore, an average
size man, Is/the right man in the
right place, at right end; Barrow will
can the signals at quarter-back and
he knows all the plays as well an his
lessons at school; W. Thornton. the
lightning right half-back, will do some
of-his stunts for he certainly is an
athlete;: Shuttleworth, who has been
playing football since he has been
able to say football, will be at full-
9back, to win the favor of the spec-
tators; Gould, the old reliable star at
left half-back, is the man to watch-
he'd rather play football than eat;
sad Olsen and Coleman are the two
NEW YORK APPEALS
I CHICAGO TIE GAME
vy Associated Prees.
New York, Oct. 3.-The New York
National League chrb today appealed
from the decision of President Pulliam
rendered last night that the disputed
benefit of those seeking relief from
such afflictions. There is more health
for the digestive organs in a bottle
of Electric Bitters than in any other
remedy I know of." Sold under guar- .
antee at all drugists. 50c.
Mrs. Sarah Beirne, Maniu-
facturer and dealer in Hair
Goods.. 260 E.'Chase St., be-
tween Cevallos and Alcaniz
Sts. Established 1884.
MONDAY, OCT. 15S,
Matinee Wednesday. -
PAYTON uIS MKS. %- '
Presenting Menday Night ee New leht .
Big e-vie. A -e....c"&
1 tprcTs.E ELECTRIC 81GN AS A PROMINEhT. PERMANIT ANDM. PROPITAL.E i P AD
Mte *nVERTISINlG AILY GAINS G.ROUD IN,PENSACOLA.
THLE COMPANY STICL StIPPLIES AND INSTALLS ELECTRIC SIGNS FREES OF NE1l4 Al.
UPON TWENTY-FOUR MONTH S'NTRA"S COVERING MINIMUM GUARATEE #SAO $Ni
Vaudeville Between Acts. AMOUNT OIF LIGHTING TO BE R C M G .. ,. 1!
Nieht pies. toe. 210, sin. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY.
MAKERS OF LIGHT AND POWER.
LADIES FRE E. MtAIN OFFICES 9 A1D 11 WEST GARDEN STREET. TELEPHONE I4L
A lady free with each 30-cent tckt -
purchased before S Ip. e., Monday, .
oeas new ep es.
I. L '
___ nrnnT .LNSE sOLD
Stf IoNo old somecanbheal until the cause which prodn it has beeemoved. z,-
*Aesd *NMI al aippatrion of salves, washes, lotions, etc., may reduce AOw-- a and .
Sm i h dt u keeping the place clean, but cannot cure the trouble bee te do st
SY eech n hits source. 'Old sores exist because the blood is acted with hp and
HE xAS COLLECTED $35 FOR THE prisons which are constantly being discharged into the place Teerves, tissues
a W fiabof the flesh are kept in a state of arritation anddisease by being daily fed
BRYAN AND KERN CLUB FUND- I with e germ-laden matter through the circulation, making it impossible for the
r sore to ~S & & cures chronic sores by its purifying action on the blood. It
A GOOD EXAMPLE FOR OTHER goes downinto the circulation, and- removes the poison-producing germs, h iA*atica
TO FOLLOW and orbid matters which are responsible for the failure of the place to heal. & &
CLUB MEMBER TO FOLLOW. makes the blood pure, freshand healthy; then as new, rich blood is carried to &r
So spot the.healing process begins, all discharge cease, the infl=-atk leaves, new
S' i tissue begins to form, the place fill in with firm, healthy. flesh, and soon the ore is
Judge Henry Be.lftger yesterday re- prmd.netly cured. & S S is purely vegetable, Sp safest and best blood purifier
ported the collector a of $35 for th for young orad. Book on Sores and Ulcers and medical advice free to all wh
Bryan and Kern campaign fund. T SWIFT S W CO, A.
f ro' an. msee /y a -Mthus setting a goodmexample for others -" i
members o.the and Kern Clu
I- on tloh .sto follow in rals Zrt -"n which areP
now badly needed campaign head- *
W. R. May, Branch of the Ameriean quarters. -.(T
Tobacco Co., Now Orleans. La. The names of th who have do-
nated will be rat an early o Y A
meeting of the Br a.-- d Kern Club,
New York-Chicago game was a tie. A and The Journal publish the list
meeting of the board of directors ot of all who have so Or given their dol-
the league has been called for Mon- lar or any amount. .*
day, October 5, at the hotel Sinton.
Cincinnati, Ohio, to make fiheal d19po- A SHAKINGXUP 1
siton of the matter. may all be very wA 1 A ar as the Exor bitant P ices
-- trusts are concerned. but not when It Ex r it n P rice
CHICAGO OFFERS BIG comes to chills and fever and malarIa. -
SUM FOR MATHEWSON Quit the quinine and take a real cure
-Ballard's Herbine. Contains no ,
Will Give Now York 0 .000 For harmful drugs and Is an certain a
Crack Pitcher, But Are taxes. Ift it doesn't ce, you get your to
Turned Down. money -back. 25c, SOc and $1.00 a bot- b
By Assoclat.s P -"tle.
daNw a Oct.-The Herald to- Sld and recommended by W. A- merchant
New York. Oct. 3-The Herald o- D 'Alemberte. druggist and.apothacary.
day sa that Chares W. Murphy South Palaox street. Pensacola, Ma.
the owner of the Chicago National pla.
League baseball team, had offered
$50,000 for "Christy" Mathewson, the 100 HEAD i 1 1l07S T
crack pitcher of the New Torks, and0 HEAD T sailors for
that John T. Brush and John J. Me- extra well broken horses and
rawhad spurned the offer, became mules for sale. W. R. Tay- l r
known last night. Y u e n L .
When ,through an intermediary Mr. IOr & Co., 209 E. Garden St.
Murphy and Frank Chance his man-
ager, set a price of $50,000 on Mathew- CONCERT.
son, the New York management sentA R "- C l thl
back word that even this unprecedent- FOR BENEFRITOF SACRED EARONAs
ed price was not half enough to obh CHURCH OCOBfdR 2Oth.
tain the transfer of Mllthewson. To Under the Direction a Prof. Henry
make sure that their message was Seel and 12-piece Orchestra. If you do, this WMi intte-
thoroughly understood, they added -tyo!. e O
that Mathewson was not for sale at 1. Orchestra-(a) Coronation Mar A t
any price, from the Opera "The Prophelt.", 2 1 WsF can fit oue sas
Murphy's offer of $50,0p An. which was Meyerbeer, (b) Tarsataie Siclflen yu JOr s
made in good faith and with no tuten- -Moses Tobant. well at half the price. -
tion that it should become public, was 2. Soprano Solo-(Selected) Miss
communicated to Brush and McGraw Mamie Emanuel. Our clothes ar
through a business man in th city 3. Orchestra-The to great In- --
who is interested in thoroughbred dian Intermezzoes: (a) Red Wing, th e la st a th -
and other horses and who has the con- (b) Rainbow. ia Is the- finest, the "fit '
fidence of both the New York and the (By iitwelal request.) p-r-fe and t wakman-
Chicago National League baseball 4. Baritone Solo-Prologue to the
maguates. Opera '1 Pagliaccv-Laoncavallo-- ship all that could be de-
In making the offer for Mathewson, Mr. L. Miner.
Murphy and Chance explained that the 5. Orchestra-(a) election from S
Chicago team, which has been a unit the Opera "Ma rt-Flotow. (b)
for so long, must eventually dislntp- Miserere from the ra "11 Trova-
grate and that the addition of Mathew- tore"-Verdi.
son to the Chicago roster would be of Soprano Solp - Pinseut- CALL AID CONYICE T OURSRF
the highest importance to them. Miss uste ScholLL
Brush and McGraw told the go-be- 7. Boys' Chorus-(a4 The Flowers
tween thbat it would be useless to open that bloom in the. -rajgK from the
negotiations for tne sale *of Mathew- *bpera *Mka4o**" -Master
son even at a price fve times greater Malcolm Rafferty a-cred Heart *
than thef had once paid for $10,000 Sanctuary Cbolr. P Sanctissla, Prices ro-
Kelly. raree-poart chorus the Sacred P c f m
The tentative offer of $5,m was Heart Bauctnary B SOlr.
so badly frost bitten by the New York 8. pplat S s-(a That's mu- *
management that the Interlediary re- sic to Me. 9(b) if. R os en-b iTK
that there was no chance In the wold me.-kia gohoE 4. 4
for Chicago to get Mathewson. 9. Orchestra-HaiRWah thri
tom Nessiah." the xratest ortory
e ver wrltteus.-Ha6ed.
Dellwood WIe A* 10. Male Choras-rth the day of
ew.ca TheJ'i-rn.l.OW the r -Krentser--Girmanis Male Including the latest Vestwo Suits, $25.00.
Dellwood. Fla., Oct -. -Dhgwoo Chors.
and Greenwood pulled off a nf t&4n- 11. Orchestra-Marcd "Grand PI-
ning game on Friday -ftermu--n A nale"-Henry Seel.
large crowd was ont to see It welB
done. There w9z Jusltenoughs aifug GRAND INITIATION BALL!
to 1awe a lively game. AT Af-MaRY HC.ALL BY --
The game was to tha tn ef PENSACOLA CONCERT SAND. heM& O .
5 to 6In favor ofthio e WEDNESDAY MIGHT.-AD VISION
Messer behind the bat 4idarensa- 15 CENTS. Sperialiing Kohn Brothers Union Made and
tional playing; Nicholas on Atrt, did
extra fine; Dillon on second got everry- Rosenwald & Weil fine clothes for men.
thing coming his way; Bevis, on
short-stop, made the feature of the S
l game by his double play; Moncrief in 'ITH A T IT '_ _B B
left field, was fine; .Clarke, in center ED C 1 ^ EDUCATIONAL.
field, was all right; Bevis, in right field
was' all good; Grace, in the box, was 'REOPENED .
a mystery to the boys. He pitched Open Uunder New Management. UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF STATE COLLEGE OR WOMEN
two shut-out innings. Moving Pictures and Mr. Krusius FLORIDA. Tallahassee, Ple.
nin. Dwood dd n t ge last A lacOM show for 5c- A high grade isttution tor young Jaughter. High standard. Soperio"
hal, tough she bet the boys and New pictures daily. continuous per- men. Expenses very low. FIor cata advantages. MWsic aad Flae Arts-
Greenwood was badly surprised to mne. A clean, attracier amusement Pire. Andrew Sledd, A. A. Murphre silent
co oa and get a e lng. for ladies and children. Gainesville, Fla. Tallshaeee*, Fla.
next Friday afternoon. Everybody 11 111 n_ i i 1 _s
Excellent Health Advice.
ford Ave. San Jose. Cal.. says: "The A FEW OF PENS A OLA'S ELECTRIC SIGNS.
worth of electric Bitters as a general *1.
to say a word in its favor, for the
F. & A. M.
Regular communicatioa of m-
bla Lodge No. 1, F. TO f M.
SMonday. Octob 5. at 7a e'diL
Visitiag brotbou frmtmpt
vtd. W. W. A
E. J. Quigr l W. M
When looking for them 1 .
ways come to us first and "
ave time. We carry a comi-
letee list of school books re.
quired by the ambial
County S'-hools cumceula.
o 109 South Palafox, where
we shall be leaedto Xi .
our semce and help to scho .
book hunting parents.
Gem Book Stom
Opposite Pos toffce.
Making C-tbem 0 U,1
Now Filling Odev.1w.
PIMe W. Sir tua MWms .-
Os 10 *Fw -MM d ~
YOU CAN HELP YOURSELF
^.Y Baakto Health
&iB tealB a sheW em*oe eof Nestatter'a ftemach aB3tm s
Witho ut =yw rther delay. It Is compounded from the
Ai g I Isand those recagnised by me!be ex-
ports hems the bst for strngtheqing the digestive
IMIas, h bu nftg u1p run-down systems, keeping the
be ft6 hem -wAvenesms and motetsoud dleep*.
Is one of t *elset medlctites before the public, having
been totedad trd" ed for M years. This fact should con-
vee 7s thdt it esmnves a fair tra ito aes of
"n= Aawed tlsdlu.a ee, mipepe -. Nausea.
Meevtbum%,. *"*Cot ven s, Ileouie, KCIdy Com-
opal s, Ga si, Ouippe aln M aIrp a l of w rv.
at seM asp-thing el- In place of Heatetteria.
hOe rpheum Theatre
The Big Playhouse Around the Corner, Offers This
The Great Keler-Ilinaa Mockaqg Bird.
* Miss Daisy Johnson-In High-Cam Singing.
Paddy Perry-The Rube Danming Mimician, the
Oaly Artist in America. introducing Talking Violin,
Playing and Dancing, Simultaneously.
Prof. Fred Johnson The World's Greatest
Sharp-Shooter, introducing Fancy Rifle Shooting.
Prof. J. A. Jones, in Illustrated Sbngs.
Adair Dale and D'Amond In a High-Class
Pathe Frere's Latest Motion Picture, With Ef-
Full Orchetra Under Direction Prof. Joe Levy.
One Matinee every day, rain or shine, 4:30 p. m.
The Night Shows, 70. 8:30, 9:30 p. m.
Matinee Price, 10 cents to alL Night Prices,
Adults, 80c; children, 10 cents.
The ladies and chUdren are cordially invited to
attend the matinees.
. 1..-.- - -------i
Wise Heads Wear Stetson
The statement is ubstaiate y the large num-
bers of Stetsons we are puttingon heads of dis-
c"g.kodiaatng men in Pnsarola. Stiffs and softs in all
the new sbhpes, $3.50.
Cei w paPaftx
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HARRY T. HOW;AMMD
Mainw. ~ 3 --m
W. ftmmEL Wto.
Crown a Bidge W" a -
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But the scheme will be 0ocotSe.
Thus far in my ife tiee it s nevr-
tfeled. -rom Wall streetAIa -cie
aop or merantle or mines
or from oUamds e ad. long-
headed 9o01tsou ee= -evolves
at the pivotal point ant nmocracy is
struck dumb, and .wh-itwakes, to
the returns are be Ing o l If it
waU't so provoking It Mi be laugh-
able. Yet in my life tst-the repub-
lican party was never a divded. With
Ahe plain people the division comes
among the thinkers. With. the fancy
people, wealth draws the line, and it
is possible this lack of wmidD will be
fatal to the old trick of lassoing the
"erds at the last moment, and besides
Mr. Bryan is not given -to oversleeping.
Messrs. Hearst and Graves are doing
some "stunts through the country-a
sort of fire works performance that
spends itself before reaching the
ground. Where, oh where, is Watson?
Bright dmzling fellow US only har-
nessed to a rig that weld keep the
For Sore Feet.
"I have found Buckles's Arnica
Salve to be the proper thing to use for
sore feet, as well as for healing burns,
sores, cuts. and all map er of abra-
sions." writes Mr. W. Stone, of East
Poland. Maine. It is the proper thing
too for piles. Try it! SdM under guar.
antee at all druggists. 25c.
Subscribe for The Journal.
WoR weww I sst w -andWvwe,
6hW UT~ FM6
- 0-u-u=- ..i--
*411RAIRJds thin ctumas
~Sp7t t~museof can-
~w, f that btmASO
*. a nat pRo,
~r' lieThe bw-
k~sma .i;svbe a Sepwm
em m uhlc i. If fd tq *mk-,
Jm-4w. Awds Im
r di~ v wiatm ha
MinatImp 4 048 ssanewmys-
~ belieteat It Is a
-toe an d nwpm
Ihy ob iaelto rnma
-,b &masiumaf aIsa kngs
-. R uo.egtbepar.
4w 4Ailkthe Cancer apes
P. -160, us.4t, cowe from-0
k sm& tiook how the sscv..
e~eajlln5of the VOC&-
self s we positive odf ha b k so far
that now his time ts.devot to lnd-
g a cure, ad beue e w ues tbar,
ala, though et yet reedy t ae sivea-
to t pu lbe. L
Of 9usS, the people ammlly do
aot bee it Th sern believe
In wt .rw. iusts of th mature.
tM a.st t.he t St AS m.a ow the
eoA M-e .f .es &-amAble to
save th teopple-freat n ".rs, yellow
bver, t k- WI agmes w the
,realet Of lA, ., while
state and See trite have to
sleep with kh e.- opeu to stay the
ravam -of tp )I obver. mal pox
and dlAfiaebrl. NiI toes. flies and
rats pp to toa people as aubances
father mtha -M ros-eMmies of
asa, wIs tIhe *m th-ory of diem e
was long rii twavle. But
th tukhia g,(1k< o of the
tmsults of patang ea eti mis lnves-
tigaftue sa wil Wbe ad" to watch the
Outeom of thyr work 'f this rural
I mmeton It bWuspedfaiy to say
this for Flri .L t fSunus growthf
has not bee d n O v lt"es
grown here. Dr. Ier bs s*penL
many winters t t state -a4 experi.-
meutad freely, and Iaw we -*e free
from it. Seam smether for the alli-
It might be well to send a hint to
the chief eoati e that people s- a
role are not tetrested t; ,mo edified
by, pers al sts of ot '. whether
to high life or, W lte. These let.-
ter seat to Mr. Bryan my oe very
meaty amld J to the wite. I *sp-
pose they are, w certainly somemoe otht
to enjoy te d I know of s other
who would b y to. WeF U*vTe had
n"ay 23 el som e less It
igebt Wie Aw Jobae ma= surely
Some Pointed as Well
as Eloquent Comment
on Current Events ::
kf 'A et e -s -
none would take him for a model, who
would condescend to personal tirade
.and abuse or prostitute his high of-
fice to such driveling uses. There are
times when a word rightly directed
may pierce like a sword to the mar-
row, but never except clothed in gen-
tlemanly attire and then the less fre-
quently used the better. But no strug-
gle for party supremacy can ever jus-
tify such frothings as we have recent-
ly seen from the White House. As
for me, I am ashamed.
Mr. Haskell may, or may not have,
played fast and loose. If he has it has
been a serioirs detriment to the demo-
cratic committee, far more than Du-
Pont to the republican committee for
the latter stood for nothing while Gov.
Haskell represented the clean wing
of democracy, the only element that
gives a shadow of-hope in either par-
ty. While a believer in the young
clean, progressive democracy shaped
and led by Mr. Bryan. I have_ o use
for the old except it is regenerated
and it may be past the regenerating
period. But if Bryan be elected It will
practically Ve.in its shroud undisturb-
ed. No ma so fr as I know wants to
turn the corpse over. Between t and
the republican party, there would be
merely the toss of a penny, tweedle
dee and tweedledum. But there is
an uprising-the air is rife with it,
and unless there is some scheme con-
eoeted so as to explode at the last
minute, bamboosle and blipd the voter
there will be a cCange of administra-
tions. Every last offeetholder .slI ek-
ing for a place to jump, and ea the
president begins to wriggle lke a
worm frescoed wth salt, there are
rumblinag that tbou they ma w in-.
audible to the omon ear, %everthe-
leen pregwtesticte a cowt aWrm
Af S the Largest A hmma ,IlMends to Policy-Holders
I PRICE, 5 CENTS.
Is to love children, and n@
A ^c I &T Is to love children, and no
Some can be happy without
W M Taml them, yet the ordeal through
which the expectant motht -
dT U m u _. must pass usually is so f 1
" m of suffering and dread th. t
she looks forward to the hour with apprehension. Mother's Fril ,
by its pc nh-a-ing and soothing privpertles, allays nausea, nervousne&,
unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the ordeal th: t
she passes through the event
with but little suffering as
numbers have testified and
said, "it is worth its weIght in "
-onotma-ediw nali Jw i ---V n
IUK O ^ FBlEND
New York, Cct. 3.-Among the
Important news events scheduled for
the coming week are the fohowing:
Registration begins for drawing of
government lands in the Rosebud In-
dian reservation of SoutI Dakota.
State fairs in Virginia, at Rich-
mond; Utah, at Salt Lake City, and
Missouri, at Sedalia.
Missouri two-cent passenger rate
law will be argued in United States
court at Kansas City.
California State Federation of La-
bor will begin convention in San
Nineteenth annual convention of
Trans-Mississippi Commercian Con-
gress will convene ji San Francisco
for a session of five days.
Lakes-to-the-theGulf Deep Water-
ways Association will convene in Chi-
cago for third annual convention.
Conference on State and Local Tax-
ation will begin iS Toronto.
Twentieth annual session of the Na-
tional Association of Railroad Com-
malssioners opens in Washington.
delpate. opens in Louisville.
Great industrial parade in conne--
tion with Philadelphia "founders
State fairs open in Georgia at At-.
lanta, and Texas, at Fort Worth.
International missionary comnvetion
of the Church of Christ convenes in
Alabama State Fair opens in Bir-
Elaborate historical pageant will
be held in Philadelpia.
PENSAOT.A. DA SUNDAY Md WMNG; OCTOBER 4, 1908.
National Association of Rural Pree-
Delivery Carriers begins annual con-
vention in Omaha.
American Bottlers' Assoeiation
will begin twentieth annual meeting
United Synod of Lutheran churches
of the South meets in Savannah.
William H. Taft and William J.
Bryan wil be guests of honor and de-
liver addresses at the waterways con-
vention in Chicago.
Military carnival, Ia which officers
and troops of regular army will par-
Men must have Insurance, and they
i have it in the. best company. The
record d forty-one years
of conservative manament is shown in
the extremely low cost of insurance to the
policy-holder. The results of the present
and the past are the best guarantee for the
For twenty-five years the Union
Central has earned on its investments a
,higher rate of interest than any other
American company. The policy-holder
alone profits by this.
Ohio Laws do not allow companies
incorporated in that State to invest in stocks
or boi'ds. This wise safe-guard forbids
1fuctuating investments and removes the
Union Central from dependence upon the
stock and money markets.
t S. WILLIAMS, Gencral Agent.
Room 304 TI Building.
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this exact Ta-
top 18 Inches
high, nicely fin-
ished In beuti-
Davenport Bed Conches
tional Spring, heavy Cot-
$3.00 down, $1.00 a week.
down, $1 a
RHODES-FUTCH-COLLINS FURNITURE CO.
.? EAST GARDEN STREET'--
12 Pages Today
Section 2-=Pages 9 to 12
This Little Artist Will
Soon Be Happy
for she is going to win the "Bucks" junior range
now on exhibition in one of our windows.
Perhaps you will be this fortunate little girl. If
you will draw-just as well as you can-the "Buckp"
trademark-shown above-you may be the proud
possessor of this little stove after October 1.7th, the
day on which the award will be made. .
Get particulars at- our ift t6^&^. A pe
must be handed in by noon on-October 5th. '
winners name will be announced, by a card in our
window, Saturday morning.
We are showS a co plem1te "n
of cheap, mnedum and high-clas
Rockers. This exact Rocker, $4.00,
SI.M down, $1.00 a weeik.
$28.00--$5.00 down, $1.00 a week.
Y, *-- -I-,
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atson, Pa & Reese Co.
Everything to Wear.
Style Phus Qualti
Plus Value, is Our Ruler
)MORFOW we will present to the WOMEN of PENSACOLA
AN ARRAY OF
SNTZESS COATS AND SUITS
THAT 'WILL SET THE FASHION PACE FOR THE SEASON.
Who Is Interested to Know What Are the Newest Styles Are Invited to Be Present.
SEE THEM IF YOU WOULD BE POST'i' ON THE FASHIONS OF TODAY.
Are xWe ofit you at
iTYo* "%A .'fnd -a
doom;-bu W ba *
*p bmi jA 6.,_
Note the collar--it set
"full up" against the neck
-note the should. the
'curve and how carefuly
it is worked to retain per-
mancait shape-note the
front. wrought by hand Ao
as to be proof against ag-
ting or Idb of shapHm.
L.inings are carefully fitted
and made from materials
of sureness and 4v- huli*y.
Even the items of Mwwig
silk is double strength i
Note the fit of the hips"
that smooth. graceful line
which ean only be obtained
by perfect making ad
precise cutti ng.
TIhe woman who makes her selection from this assortment can rest assured ti at no smarter, newer. or !more, strikingly
gial model can be had anywhere. These are the styles that will set the fashion pace in Pensacola as on Fifth Avenue. New
Smiand o her metropolitan thoroughfares.
Atte onis calledto the lavish use of satin trimmings, which is employed most effectively in the garments to the lare
ered bttmons with their exaggerated button holes: to ,the new ideas in slashing and vent ornamentation: to the ornate pos-
km and pocket effects. *
-The "Yankee Printzess" -
is the Coat sensation of
the saon. It is a gracc-
ful, elegant, refined mod-
fcation of the daring -
Dir'erte idea. g
Josephine Cohan, the
leading lady of the 'Yan- '
kee Prince,' how playing -
in New York City, en-
thd woncafly dcesafl
tisi ncst a "good
cl qj Ifor prm,
Try it on and you'll
find it a "royal fitting
garment" as well as
It goes without say-
ing that the "Yankee
Printzess is but one of a
host of charming styles
that are now on exhibi- I
tion here. Sas
We wish .o call your particular attention to our
&howiag of Silk Net, Laow and Linem Shirt Waists
Come early for a good, long look--there's so much to see
Suits, $20 to $50. Coats, $8 to $35.
Bargv Sale of Spring
One rack of 25 Spring Weight
Suits, Cloths of Pnnpmas. Rajah ef-
fects. Fancy Worsteds, etc. There
are some very pretty suits in the
lot and are quite heavy enough for
Fall wear. Values from $18 to
$35. We've marked the entire lot
specially for this sale at
$15 per Suit.
Special Sale of New
One rack of 15 Ladies' New
Fall Suits, in navy, black and
brown, of plain, and invisible
striped Ladies' Cloth. The style
and quality are good and would
ordinarily sell at a much higher
figure than at the special price we
In Princess and other new
models in keeping with the
popular Directoire ideas. Materials
are of silk and satin, are beauti-
fully trimmn-e and finished, some
with the Directoire sash,
$18 to $40.
Two $5 Specials.
One is a short Jacket of medium
weight covert cloth, in tans and
blacks, worth regular $7.50. There
is only about two dozen left of a
shipment of 48 received last week.
The other is a rack of beautiful
Tanama Skirts in h-ek9, navies
and browns. They are perfect fit-
ting, of 9ood 0 aa10y and style.
Leeads 'Ri All at $5.
In our Ready-to-Wear
department we are dsow-
ing a single Coat style
which may be takm as
a criterion of our entire
line of fashionable gar-
SWithout an inch of
InneMn ry. ornin0ts
it sho how perSct fit
and shIfed wodkuin-
abip can produce grwe
\ and syle in a modeL
/ i WIl" you try it on and
eB 5 test its am to
Petticoats-Silk apd Heathrbl
Sol s 91
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TH PENZA Y OURNA"jS-fl_ I MOWNNG, kx~jubR4, ]LUX.'
to learn that he is seriously ill at
* 'a;. -.
Let us take your neas-
+ '- w ht that fall suit,
a ak I y have it de-
S W keit to suit
w t p Pa per-.
alnl te styles for
Sw.ter. We save
Sto 33 14 per
-6 L AV.E L
* ."Kii''"ta^t &L.EAMh
**.*?i B~h ."^-1- .
That your husband is working for the man who
pays him the most wages? Then isn't it only fair to
him that you spend his earnings at the store where
you get the best values?
If you do, all we ask is that you compare the
prices you paid for grocctics last week, with the pri-
ces you find in the price-list published in yesterday's
FMuA & SON
Cor. Gregory and Tarragona.
of making satisfied cus-
tomers can't be imitated.
We make it a life study
to do the right things
at the right time. We
don't di&vppoint our
patr6ns and guarantee
everything they buy.
Once a customer, always
k NV .i6iuM rst
.^ u nmm
COFFEE MAY BE SEASONED
Joet am -tes FamesM Frmnch Cooks know the. The dslic-
love Uav. of
is ie to the Small qantwfty of French seasoning we ia" to
Coffet of fine quality that makes up the Luclanne Blend. Try
Sod everywhere-25 cts 1-lb can.
THE REILY-TAYLOR COMPANY.
NEW ORLEANS, U' 8. A.
Consolidated Grocery Co.. Pensacola Distributers. '
I I I I
.er home Ia Mobile. sHer sister, Mrs.
W. imian Taylor w snot'lled of her
.ine s over the k ng distance tre-
phone an'd A lft fMobile yesterday n
S Min Isabel Ghhant return med
from a pleasant visite party in Erat
X MFlorida. where she was the guest of
dMrs. re. N. Ho at AoSa va nnah, A ..
ILa pSstsm.,hL Isiteg u er. T. J. Holt.dat
W 486"4"ePftwof2s 217 w tb No. Cervallos staet. Mra Holt.
ler:.K..is now slowly reeomver ig from the re-
.... .1QI.o suit of a broken arm.
St Messrs. Clarence Avery and Joie
.. ...t- ..*S .. o-wri.* e Grant, Jr., are visiting at Escambla.
Week in S wlety w a lr-. rmdie Co e and little daughter
from a pleasant visit to relatives
i- a l and friend .at Andal sia, Ala., and
g ie, a IN Which was into tow itduring t Paxton.hFI-
l i vely l mea wib s way, but di Tose ot 1 tdy irank L. a' d tien
INT-, am Owa th e aftg=7.0,. gine4peand pack- pretty lile lhSldre low-rd
w V T atr. Charlie Pierce, aoetsa Charlie and .argnerit.h. returned ye- f
S L Au ely B. bEare Party at club Burns, Arthur Bra, Clteord Grinr- Shordays from H-toricidraSi. D.wh, here
Sy Trot. Brown. Resta neli ter a nd a re sntii a sminiiwis ci.ese.
Sfoi Brmge Club ats with lsa Edna Mas'sr. adnts., Mr., and r. I.
Math9roies pesat -a......hKhngsbery.
n p stt a sipAeRdI Teit he oIR lwer dur ing thev #oIII wh Miss Li~a lBaggett. of McDavid is
aus ornay. swet at a gitkie Kthiridga.p BLUE RIBBON VANILLA M
9ft me PC-cea ots yCu.*flIfr t on Tiuredayr Clling pr yera. Double tofhe r sister.H ofoier brands
6010. ? W40 Robinson. 905 North Aleaniz street.
,M ow i ertin er0als e..-a"a d n n,--ber oo f0MILADY BEAUTIFUL.
S I0_Ml a uayi n, hetc., will be given # Miss Pearl Mackoy of Rol'rts, rt-
S** The greatest charm of.h a twutiful wo- wril d and given in this deplear. soft turned to her homeand theay noon f-
eday Cr Cls mans In her compleon The chlIe and heath- y.ter a plesant visit to her nster Mrs.
SlAftr ne, of M will meef with T fr.hneM anM d d leat pink colo e of a 'di4s Cr eym as U+- Uqualifterian- .. .Macky.
ll U l ta Clb wH meet with Mrs. Nadinola CrI. Na beaut all eoir will es lads toilet. of their timeerday and reports ev duryhin then
a' T b white cream, acentngealt sblu mled of Pkage (black = %4ket ncloring; ,'enta Roa in a flourshig.g condition.
he pur s t merderavbin lee entas e d del- dat ioprano: Ma Be tle D. H ndart ontra- -- a very deaa:ath of eol.ur du.t;
S tpeo willetertaln t a t bridge ately perfume wth ottar roes. It gt and mct drectons for ob- e Alemberte we render sincere
1 a Street. tmn he n freFi and al t heir homeltr- tatl rielMiss Char-an heartfelt thanks. That a kind
a s. Chb will be ettae by Mrs i WEEKons andImPRAYERts to an skt/ a moot Nre teoo wmplell kown beuti- +verybed tody, especi ofy the lad dies.
fi5taftCureeAdaHar.etidyM. s r velvety aotns ad trtclemrners.a er, t e s at an high-ca drug stors. for
r'ids the puree ad kl4 an Impurities. or by mall. cents and $1.e the pack- Mrs. kind ttent. Congtons. ha -
.Atraoon Euchre Cl b will meet -withv nra T the a sthes awa.y all n .urned to Penfa returned afterim a pleaP 1na:
Ctent llCwi-weetgwith Wl. wil NATIONAL- TOILET COMPANY, Paris, Tenn. ,-it w. tr iend- in Atlanta.
fts so esGawMr. lazo ari Li c hkoff. who has h ad
ToKo -a Afternoona r _, CluI iilmeet wit XUiWWu a p h i -
Sad eceived many pretty presets, duct he exerc o, awssi sted by Mrs. aren
" e Ca 4dhClubs*." which will be ressem beredb Ida McAlli.&er .llft Ngt w(%k to r,..n-w,, thi yr- ar
6 *-,a d-Ca.d Cbe will meet with Mrs. Dan Murphy. # Those present w r: Misses Mary Prayer-Rev. C..N)V..Gaviu. of stid y in flit, d i ca' dppatrt ment
6: 04-Tho 14 N M Ch" Club will meet it me Progress Club Plere, Agnes Pierce. Foxy Bray. BeW- bble I.sso-_-QbedIence. of Tuln, I nive-.sity. New Orleans.
lib. Colvin, '0Thelma Stearn. Roe Col-SGracred olo-Maae Enilalie Hut hin-e
.. . IofTiwel. .1viaT ad Masters Charlie Pierce, TIlrank son. -Mr. Leon N. li.sch!,,)ff left a few
- -_ A" y B. P.0.I E. reParty at -club Bars, Arthur Bura. CClford Grinrs- Short talk "Broad perfect days ago for iBai. whr, h r
Sley, Jo Trott, d Brown, RenBell work.'ed studi at ar- e.
ortil Bridge Club meets with Miss Edna Colvin, Chas. Brown. M e, Violn-r. aud Mrs. risnton ar
-- of Friday MR& MACKEY GIVES Discusision-The c aild and home, thih aprorid part nis of a fineb aby irl
b 01 me-yfttia "siersTemple$do.'14, In orof PARTY FOR finER, ding assoclatlows. n e* arriwd at ton D olck Frida:
is *AenesPTSacred Solo-Mrs. W. AN. syran. g.
Saturday. d Mrs. H. J. Mackey ave 4 h Recitation-Miss illie Etheridge BLUERIBBON VANLLA
14 a8PNmm Coga try Club. ful Informal at home on Ttarzaday Cloxing prayer. Double the strength of o:'er brands I
Sevenlg ing shosrat sister, Miss The program will bechanged vervor and w ease
--. a uwit th asfai eud ait. The hus is a
*. **1 * &- & &1 "@ *' & 4) Pearl Mackey, who was -her charming ay and given in this department- great runney saver, and the flavor isI
orest durtg the weektd with Jaaer broth- perfection.
-Or... -o lanteFs. My. e Brook, ssmtedT The choir o the First Preabyterian I
long, of M ,sl t wa sl emnt at the Ten n.CARD OS THANS.
V church willby s Mr VwJ.w e( hrlaemnce Her being uorkplayed at cn 1 O l
ltr b l best f The eve wa very pl 0tober 4th. The personnel of te To the friend who ve so much
S- r. o Aspent games and music, re hoir will be Anna. Barum of their time and service during the
-p fored ti r at._ soprano: Miss Behe D. Hart, contrat- illness and death of cur dagroc ter
M View "SAld e Tervi-, brI4010ald d Mr. Delieios refreshments were served, to: Mr. Halcott Anderson, -basso; and Lillie D'Alemberte we render sincere
wa uhmI t a., the gt t e v g for their home atd Mr. W_. S. Garfield. tenorMiss Char- and' heartfelt thanks. That a kind
r e a t. a te r. ebelle ey organist All these providence may b kind and tender
a"th OqfA oMr.' od brleg's fway go inn wa.s First soNIUa o-- -.f some of the most attractive tt', ou r sincere wish. wiLash
ro oh aad by lace w NTh pIsk A qIk pl. Her hat reions of thi si-eso Eer.
a, aJi0o t hateehe_... Lw ., te eM as Irt.aMi os peJl toethank eraonk Pu for
.e.an. .. --n .Fey ,re elvedmany hadsWe nW B Si. .... doie- f .. S t ..F.. F s -t memy.kinud detentions. .
-- ,e.i r..,o f w -orf hi ot J' Ce Pietl-o a neie&sa r ac ion spedat an w.th
lAlaas.hers stre f lt e latbrd hiss nenth r8.3g2secu.edafrodthehal ich.Sra .S.anderwillmbkepa4RDUM ES .
*Wlerh. day Woe&lwe.wa rPidaly reco-.
i se ttpar ae few of h1 ah r anta osa
t nc A o.regee was at u uSaran"e int, handt
lit tl f-rte S a4 E. 6es rc.. .ck. every can one-halfs the earight to
WSW& I" =W- otr"aser --r.; N ewtFUawithe ilery flavor, and will please
oP a, a p.t doc lha t N r e pro'U ond atsecuted to the
tS or" Master Jamer wasg an ideal host C. PETTERON CO.
Dr urng *a hantef t-iT..- - l r "cans. N*w -roteanstsc i
SOW A-1 b l wtft l.'U4 7 Ubhaes Her- Mrs.- OZ. O beinwlldwilayedatw
At WasheldOtingufr mrantse a d chilrom's s toobe
Sthebln t at m bOLeINd 'sf MtherbstI.,.
The bot.. a .s at ractve ...w cthflvor, and .willclehse
Uierrest ON als, telrbkad ted h a ge gwlast of theurostmattractive
aboutM e y emlo o as eand oW h.pThe N e wcoailc"-y nly0 in etade
o", MUM bii er JmENTlnaVsanIdafteralq
Ar VbftMWerits n
No 'w t m9:. A1 -&Il, __! fw O i o mncn t80Sbnepit n x
337-9 Brent Bdg.
At Orpheum This Week I
kIsS ASY 12OHNGON
Who will aPPar St OW* V~vothis week In a htgh-class singing sit~
I--*, 1 --f
410 Slouii e' ag
DR. J. BELILL
extra well broken horse w
nules for sale. Mr.R. TZW
Jor &-Co., 9.09 E. Gardui
GenWai A08010 O
LIFE ASURANCAE SCEY
02-39Bret WG.-, SPOUed PN
- 'S. ~/ ~,-
As a Beginning
The business we did last week was startling.
ly g-ratifying. We only hope that it continues
to be as good and that all our future customers
are as pleased with our styles and work as those
of this week's business.
Children's Coats and Suits
- ~ C-I
THE PURE FOOD STORE.
are coming in regularly. The
mpeeias.tlft arrive daily wouid
make the housekeeper's mouth
Aofg the latest good things
to eat for which the pure food
sterm la moted are:
arwqll & Rhine's gluten
Dr. Jolasouns ."Educatoe'-
Dw Olive Oil.
H Clay Flour.
1, b.& mabarn's reaa and
Coee In eled tins.
We eacxhulve a-ents for
m os the above, which are of
Morris Rosenberg, Prop.
f .' 1
are going to be one of our best lines, judging
from present indications. The fall textures ad-
mit of a great many fascinating styles for giris*
and "Parisian" tailor-made suits will be much in
evidence among- the little ladies. We shall be
pleased to advise parents about children's suits,
even if they do not order.
The Parisian Tailoring Parlors
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1908.
S AND VWS OF
OLD NEW YORI TOWN
'ss fswsas fc 'i%^^ ^^. g
SYork, Oct. .--hor of. the When popular curiosity has been
tk 4acs of canto and the cuticle of whetted, it Is not likely that these
101ok assume a WonotCOA-s half-baked devils will meet with the
of primitive passioAs and patronage that their promoters antici?
insatincts. Exprestag the pate. "The Devil" is a conversation,
t-aoht more poetially, "The rather than a drama of action, and
a y ad as. O'Grady are only the genius of a man like Arliss
the skin." It follows that renders it palatable to the public
.A s Held, returning to this vil- taste. The ambitious imitators of Me-
-M a d~er beloved Paree, brings phistopholes who depend upon cos-
a 12-year-old, demre, convent tune and make-up box for their dev-
If l *iasb her daughter. New York ish effects and who seek to resemble
Sas po excuse for staaing on thp familiar "red devil" of a famous
g gasping in utter amaze- brand of fricaseed ham, will likely
T yt- that Is exactly what New have short careers. 'iaere isn't
> Wt'-h tb enough Of the melodramatic and lu-
lt' a tr fe dficult to* con- ridly nspeetaclr I Molnar's play for
.Ana Hld, the sensuous an orthodox, Ire and brimstone devil
the delight of the John- to make good. "The Devil" is a drama
0 a dt a the foremost for the higher critics amid the advanced
poum~Mi s tage aft, unitarlao, sad those who want their
Sby the mwored pitch served hot will have no manner
and thus clalm s ater- of use for it.
Samr- Miss 1*4 b has Thomas Mgrtune Rya ot York
b k rl e and Virgina railroad w and
tdfie.a d what -*a mnh. the mouths of strap-
she WA eam la in the hanginrNew Yorkern-consider, if you
Se along thel an, this same Ryan as a buster of
.- tally og trusts and a defender of the common
V 0t46e oai49tie pee-pul from the grasping malevoleuce
S m" N W00 M Ra ldA C hatef ul monopoly. You can't -
u m ceive of such a thing? Yet, and
a t a rtil. and nevertheless, it is true.
S attempt to conpute how It is the typewriter trust that has
--ad gli t have wi sss aroused Mr. Ryan's ire and induced
V x a m hae him to b his Son, Allan A. Ryan.
Swith thIe bloom ot lam a I an i n d In ent concern, that will
e ro their cheeks sad manicure the tentacles of the hydra-
S d and abnormal 14eas o headed monster that now controls the
S'di li It Is certain that visible supply of visible-writing ma-
Is at few; jyet it is re- chines. The new anti-trust company
to learI that Miss HeM'e has a capital of three and a half mil-
has been carefully protect lions and expects (according' to the
Snc influences. The w irl press agent who is now trying to
Sr eO her mother on the arouse 'the newspapers of the country
.'D4mIs no. Miss Held is to the defense at the palladium of
I. i s ~a mother forkthat. their liberties in a warfare against
Sm Sthe l S l her innocent the comble) to turn out not less than
Itligt etenMtedly with her 100,000 -elUaes aaually.
W ,e s Ziegt ld, the theatri- The m aatt trust machine sells for
| I H... d present a poW an*.4 the pre agent is vye
of estlesbliss that is Stagges' ractnuov far superior to the common
Su s ta m hearts wth or ards typewriter of trust mann-
L 1" sws on the & eest s sfacture- ThiMs seems to be a steep
1=d Sls 1w OffgWY the Price, 2ec the afoesaid comtposer
at ys 70 As sria howvlA of fairy tales probably tells the truth
Sto we mesy f ae or jowl, when he says that the ordinary type-
I ta ofOWie 6044ao"mmt4* writer costs only $28 to manufacture.
a 0 00s the b damelug A proft on each machine of $72 seems
h- ys i .lUg e O aves'r, _a trl*e sal ve and merits It, desg-
gh' R stage m1 has nation as .exploitation."
S-to A gAmoy Amet- T9he n9lled writtg machine oto
to to th store aredy pus whbiqr. Ryan *will oppose has a
le le by mee t a baw r- a & 4 2a. ket00e andhisitsoi-
... ...s o _.th
.0.- *-w Ie- usd a sIa barrier to i I it man *rsl and sadI
.....-. b iwil b e used."
I ..N .et roa old aae, expest she eplad y tseetst ..-
iba- 4 ft1 S^?C t. the, ADr (_-anS
S. -nth me wr bestow" M a h. "p resident.Pan
,1 wbe walk 'in the Uy Woodruf issaidtobe
(vuttae (Thie quotatioi may laK utojhlder.
(a .ttbaetly accteats but that t Pk a
s odeo mce. It Is't sedIptulr aay- nCe- 6ow aom. Avoe.
9Wto, AN O t to b_"n eof qbS a"d colds
S_.. .Oh e Devi,." t Teh bes -es a.c ad itewleadi-.
fc f _Wtree _eu- .ly ea to O-i--.ptlo or
i- advertii n. IfM c Molnar other pe y, I-besb.. rJust as
: ungarap jourmallst who wro en o the ~ appear treat it
t De bad given the e rtew ars are that varet. h
othr s, t ro r w standard ee of America. as di-
o -*aVe bhen hard of- otsider of rectOd-earfedt harmless. A cure
e hAo6st a0 camped to Suit ar.aie al orSdiseae Che
gg amemtmn a that tite, a Urnal S 5ft-as hLSper bottle.
a h -a meritorious play woum Sold and e ended by W A.
hWaly have hCad a good run. The D'MAembeit. ds an apottervy
asett mosueess in modern stagecraft il soatk Palafex street, Peascola.
Urn is attracting the attention of the IS.
jreSft, and no production In recent
s haa attained such wide notoriety PARLOR JOKE.
van-bM Devil," thaaks to ts startling "Are you fond at entertaining call.
"Anet w dIean of actors and ac- "Yes,- ainwered the lady addressed,
nas are w elny engaged in re- "but few of mine are that variety."
Weu' for "e D evw companies
1 e"to give the Iuhabiteta cf the "a'a married man acquire happi- I
nhC cities ? haWchom e to shocked asso?" writes a flippant coa fespondent.
=tr aT tamlo Traveslc. eo. there m Surly Millions have, and we can
rnot he a theatre t ftoe and that Iwo e fThe existence of widows dem- ]
C ot bad tUs 'DWvlL' oasutWa IL
Choosing color sc
Free help to artistic hom
, decorators who supply -i
designs for the Amking
?mon ad 4azhr scmmpes On ow availablithra
w6de --n .cam baositat a very mod expme.
ILL- s hebeak a
tenhIfhr lnipa Wei a
dwimid wag un doe Iaaiem.
hmuds of wal decaruomm
SW m Ashnmamie 6hr dec-
sa a m~adate sizd rn an
-m be fdmu r $1. 10.
ollmchdo wrt M6dAwil
notWo d mmm 2@6s1 idme
bAlfsui. s uuvyaie
Almbstiuge usa w
sand=toZux ~ caWqse
vevty tuas, vwel as a bl-
Caulbea- il*u` l wte.- It aiw&
w 55 mba package Im the
" ansmd 50 cemb a package
'for we 0Onepackage
of Aldsime wE cover kmm
300 to 450 .quirpfeet o
wm of yaw room. t w
whedler i sausSrIUoom
&a~g room, or tid room..
Gift the k= wheder
ew WC4 at O1'Me&A
Say whAt 0 yoaw wpe uw
and the pado of.1your &ap-
crima Tb..owam skidec-
Be me and wine tw y. a
The best dodlcr sAil Absaslne became it is bestm
ORW.a.u' St., Nww York Cotm
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* "UNCLE JOE" 4
Charles R. Barnes in New York
He rambles about like a hayseed'and
scoffs at all manner of styl b
This smoothbore Cannon of Daville,
S quite free from suspicion oi
He swears like a hard-worked trooper,
while he pes as honest and
A friend of the good, plain people,
with a character rugged and
We've cheered for his suit of home.
spun, and he's winked at our
While. be -iled up his million in Da4-
vlle-this Croesus who looks
Hire a ran-
"Tabers Trees of %Son# rn Fame Produce Fryt ahwary Tii to Name!
a.L Cc zlP help. .ortlaarough knowledge ofthci fqivemeats of ehmU se e tn i-r meOck a quakly pot sobe i am
STrees for Many PurposesI
W s o each treas, carTy a complete assortment of R mhe= d d .
' ebet' Comslete Catlor.ue Frea Writefore A dJ
GLEN SAMIT MARY NURSERIES COMPANY, BDe 29 G LEN SAINT MAY. LUDA. _- .
G.L. TA za, Presidait and Treasraer. II. TnmOSm% f.
s Expect Labor's Big
ORush Them to Victor
Ris heart beats warm for his country.' New York, Oct. 3.-A vast deal has
and he's all for the grand old been written about the organization
flagten abot the oga
But he's handy as sin with the gavel which Frank H. Httchcock, chairman
and handler yet with the gag of the republican national commit-
When bills that will better the nation tee, nas perfected throughout t.ie coun-
but injure an Interest are due, try. Mr. Hitthcock's card index of
Por his heart beats wirm for the peo- the voters of the country, some
pie-but warmer for Harriman's seventeen millions .f them, some
crew. reason doesn't appeal strongly to the
They say when he journeys to Wall old school politicians. They don't
street the gang would turn out know. It may be great stuff, but they
witp a band, have their doubts. They do know it's
But they compromise on discretion coating lots of money and time-pre-
and give a concealed glad hand. cious time, as matters are now de-
-- .. Very little has been said about the
detail work of organization by the
1 democrats. -There is little evidence at
riei' r -*- the New York headquarters that any
n h e m e such effort i, afoot. At Chicago, it is
explained, much more is doing; but
still the democrats -have not shown
1 any disposition to undertake to paral-
f j I ^ 'HS L, lel the republican move in this dl-
,_. 1 reaction .
ikJ jiaae H1owever,, the democrats have not
neglected entirely this important
Srk. They simply -have a different
S. way of doing it. The plan on wiich
S ,': .' they are working has just been ex-
my hon A tie Mii J plained. Chairman Mack. who thinks
he knows what he is about, and who
finds time to receive all callers and
_., -- -, talk to them. doesn't admit that in
Mor wl preM e doing so he is neglecting anything
r f "- I i timportant
1 5 o .yiThe tact st bat the democratic work
t yo prerda tT of pe-onal oramaisation Is in a large
way In the hands of Samuel Gompers
." To all purposes, the organization
e wa p O WAH a s.. whteh tae American Federation of
SI Labor has been for twenty years de-
veleping has been turned over to the
wkGo*. lt, o wp -democratic campaign management.
ton a l Mr- Gomper Is manipulating it, be-
' t a a ca.se he ia the man who made it and
mI .e w We wi inn" who knows bow to handle It. The
a a in *&e t Lh i democrats make no' concealment of the
J T n-r "" n I fact that they expect startling results
S for him to Wuk a from it.
Th ff of the i The America Ft-deration of labor
S, Is in immediate touch with 3.000,00
a completed wi be voters, according to Chifhman Mack.
d e, They are not dead men or aliens or
-- etioms. They are voters-the very
o the san-fAy c W be kind, too, on whose decisions the re-
-tpeK i M I sUlt of this election Is likely to de-
pemd. Not only is the Federation
m l we A kHed W utheI e able to reach this vast s.umber of the
AL voters, but through' these it (lp in
u Almh"d--mr-Uib m Itouch as ts asserted, with a still
All this work of organizing to reach
the mass of voters is in the charge of
S Mr. Gompers' organization. Tt Is being
conducted from Chicago, and is aimed
at handling the voters of the Mtddte
West and also those of the isudus-
trIal ast. Thus as to this phase of
r..t* camnaig. Mr. Gompers is in
00. M Of Now trk state and *Wm
SJ 7erey md Mawbss!ebWtt It-
S in t powftlheto t mu&a detail abat
antd ~pids I the pla of operations, but it Is ae..
'J tan that the demnocratice maMag
673 6 iemis z have gfeat coamudenoe tin tae work t
Is being done, and expect results from
Struggle for Labor Vote.
The struggle for the labor vote and,
the vote that wants to labor is going
to be crucial from this time forth. Re-
cently republican headquarters here
learned that managers of the several
manufacturing plants in the Middle
West-Indiana was named as the par-
ticular state in which the movement
'tarted-posted notices that tf Taft
was elected a 10 per cent increase in
wages would be granted after elec-
tion. In some other cases the promise
was that establishments now closed
down would open if Taft was elect-
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VIE F. W. KEHERM *EDIME c.
There'a a feeling of comfort
e** with the collar; laundered
by us that is not experienced by
wearing those laundered at
heame or patronizing the ordi-
nary laundry. This is because
we understand how to launder
thwn properly. A trial will
convince you of th;s.
IEW KETHOO IAUNDRY.
15.17 W. ROMANA ST.
As illustrating how dtlare t h e crn I ..... ....aot.
attitude toward thee me o. .- olC d e a-lyU O
campaigning. u compared to IM6, It Having a fug storm ach and I .ia N
developed that the republican head- at the bain, the w w t Is i3--
quarters was a good deal perturbed trame to Bsten to *appe-- *Sw, 4W
by this procedure. A high managerial In reforming tha e -1m1 a R
official there explained that he didn't that Wall stret is op5r I
think there wag kntch to be gained East- that Wall l obd I=Ib
by that sort of appeal, awl he strong- .i shut the.ban&& -d *-_'
ly feared there was a good deal to be orie ad are pI
lost. His explanation is Interest- peoe. In a t
ing. the Went up a nd tm re y to I4
Cam paIgn of Sentiment. yer the Most out of the hlaMds I ,
"The Middle West has suffered com- "G0o oat ad promise ucem
paratively little from the panic of last wages, or the opening t mU u
fall and the subsequent depression," factories, ag what wfl l?.
he said. "People out there haven't This umfthat ble West will remdab- t
filt the trouble seriously." When you it, and the will riae up I t
talk to them about a Wall street paste tion.
they are not ready to believe, because The, rich, -boI-IlUg Middle Wsit
they haven't been hit by It and regard g too close this 7 ". to take self
it as largely a fake. chances. No; w prefer to fit I
"The present campaign is largely oat some oter wy. The St
.one of sentiment., The West is es- Mark Hauam win -at de this *sp,
pecially impregnated with the idea of son."
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Who they are and where they may
you are going to build ayug,
Journal's Building Directory.
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Office. 2506 Meo* Dd&Phan*eOft
be found. If
general CeNe a Sude
6p u soe.pk
WICKE &f CO, T% F. W"i ton,
PLUM ERS. A
All khind of bath tube, a, et5 Se U hereM *T ~ ese 25
adJalecar cixt=fJo. yers. NeJob tea, *sen "e
*Id e uralaed onany** Js 'bse.4 -.w s .
W. R. TAYLOR, Saunders Mil Co.
will put a new gravla s el your a L O7ed1 t., Plhse 717.
bulidlesn shat SIS!a.
Seltls rck, Lhie, Tar, en tc.awa. f"
2039 Garde". Phese faL. =rILh( and Sld Mma,
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CONTRACTOR. AND SUILODE. coMTAc0Os AND PLUMBERS
Estimates Furn shed on Request. Broe and Garden. Phane N
Phone 11 Penascela, Fla. mat, Tubae, Camnet NnRale. eta,.
Andreau & Stearns,
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