Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 10 6, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01206
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
lccn - sn 87062268
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

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AS TAPSSUCCESSOR I 7. TO, COMMENCE BUSINESS
-^^^ ^ Pe'ma. a*PWmIa M Prin Ferdiaiebd Declares Movemeni
-1M INlTIpJIn Yp4ria, BRYAN-KERN FUND Hearty
Eopean CiAre NOWTO TALS 55 5 pe
Alanmpd at- of
UOFW,UW.U :. ,VJConflict With e. $17.00 was yesterday added to The Joutnal's MUCH S'
S" Bryan and Kern Campaign fund. This. added to S
MW* w* *A i .w e..Pro. *c the $538 acknowledged in Sunday's paper, makes .
^^ KT*.*-^a^-_ One-Hundred Mile W.d ancient capi- . -55 u a ."
.0i. M h ..amh n .tra ot n epenene ot the total to (late 5.w Let u t make it $,50 ba r
,r : ,l.et, Wi th St~am U, than we n a r o f t ayi,t baSaturdayefnight.oTbe newspapers of the country Lq1Y ,
1. M, Phi]ippine ",pital, But the r a ro u re r* have so far raised about $100.000 to aid the fight Yesterd
*Ic l "-: F"" leet, With Steam Up than the aria, because for popular government. a more is needed. ,in Thi
ON ln Rides Out the Storm bnm sJ tslCta sh Ior re Won't you help to make thi $150,000? Wth
"--n.'mrt of .. - a Safety. o peopleof t bl in e Yesterday's Contributions. Jackson
O w'an Within a day or two Austria-Hin. Sent in by Capt. J. N. Rogers, Fresport. Fla:
.-l le 0 ~~,s t sirst --gary, which has bee. working with Geo. C. Green, Pensacola, Fla.. ...$ 1.00
".-,6in0 .. A tociated Prss. Prince Ferdinand, will proclaim the # E. A. Rogers, Freeport. Fla ... 1.00 As a res
l ^nOi to Nw h i Maniala, It --The Ataztle b new status of E *-d Herzgov- 4 -
.tNe*that aln hi. ptforI* tieship eet has satlynti b statusof tMa and Her- Wnm. M. Wilson, Freeport, Fla...... 00 meeting in
.. ., ., ,- ...ew ihl et a stl outr!iden I ina. The question which has been; ,.1. N. er, Freeport. Fla,.. .. ....... ...1.00uuei th i nM aI e h w -. M. Taison, Freeport, Fla.. . . 1.00 m ttg i
"t e hurricane, which swept Manila Bay stirring the whole 0 Srope Is, doe. Angus Tamton, Freeport F *la .. ** ** o tor,
av.rs .a l. rot.Fy. eefor twelve hours, an. did .uWch it mean war? Rport from all capi- . Croft. Freep ort, Fla .............. .. .. the
.. d a as.hore.'The.ty.ho, signa l ta openight Indicat Imeansdanothernt1.D H. Simmons,- Fr ot.a F la.. .. 1.00 b
.. was displayed early Sunday mornfug, ]uropean congre" tW consider the SettbGgMogra
-. .... . but the stgrm broke over the. oay situation and revise the treaty. Sent i b Me o ane Aa. Compa
.,de-Ta moment ag .. .......................mdmfor
,II 0 II1""II.I* i f saIdden and unexpectedly at noon.. Turkey, aught i a moment of T F. Ganer .. . ..... mrd ert to hei
.mmftt as- RI III II It was impossible to hoiet the cut- weakness, is the vloml of this situ- G. B McGregor 100 market to its
Sters ad launches belonging to the tion. Probablyne in the history. rav DeFunak ....... 00 commence bu
- l eet, bauae oin the smaskng o of Europe have politics taken suc Ernest W. Eliot Psacola Fla .. 100 t
__them -gains. .. .m h steel sides of the amazingly, kaleh:le revolutions Bs Roeheblave, P.ensacola, la :.......I2.60 2 Smet ?o
Sat urry ide the break of Prince I proclaiming J.D. Livingston, Pensacola, F...... 50
4t _>? m-*-Ii I- I n0I011 water Into the Pasig river, where the iJdependence.ulgaria is con R. E. Lee Livingston, Pensacola, Fla ...... .. ... 0 .* *f -
---y--l "f I they remanea ain l l gh t _R eE en alike b aemeet an 1 .on Livingston, Pensacola Fla ....... l
The storm quickly increased in in pre of Europe.t somequarters E __J L n
X= '1- "tensity and the torrential rains shut this t considetter of minor Total for da... ... 1700
the sh s.. I t importance idoes not Total for day .... .. .. ... .00
Oil p.OhiolAt9 o'clock Sundray. theeae iventuatee v" acknowledged
id"4n .. L.YS. .Con-. storm had -
,. ... 16 h.e '--In a ... S an i Reached Its Heig t TURKEY PEA E. Grand 'total O .. M.h
[] ..- VelI ot o and itthen gradually tapered down._- _ra h aLry, 22 .... r"- .. l2 T
I 1._.'. _until at midnightItw lI rt,% r itn Prep- **** ******** ***** h.ng. Prep coms.ot
-i" t" '-g ly calm, alth ouh heavy seas swung D* oDt r wafr 3 d s.S
stehad m ut UP ready for any eB- peaceful settling the B *TE*NDEA IN
I-. r- the flag st she oparatwot s '~thw an ueve l oro.I m
Sen.. e e. r Admiral Sperry nally qustio. is L rkey i psh- ,
ag ou. a ly.. "r ",I d 'ordered the flagship Conaeeteut $1 In t any develop .d at h
thI Pe K atsas. Kge ness t z6 V wmonL A b .fta-a onysdeveloee
KansagsMleveal r ia esota,0 e r m ove tan- b Attr PKans ctothe s s si Orde have i w l e o D Ie
s a Idea.t ....l .T, I gre a and Ohio under way. They were been Isaed fort division rot Im IV I e Y pra i T. N WY O
ggg~ cls o r r r eVer- cloe to the breakwater and Admiral the cavsiry, of regi- . s
ou- Sperry feared they mig d"ag an- meats, to be e*tmn*oride-** 1' avle

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coar^WR^ -* I iI tdurin the Ai n Itfie 14 mothe rt=kIto hot b rt O he ter S tt te lsR a an daelcc urodonhter._, OoS e of-re.to
ta- te ea o~ Wasson attended a negro weo- I* T B ved Fl b: eht I-
se i.. t.. w ,,,s. .. hoetEXIreEC.JT IN tURADE 1 man a few days ago who gave -nrin.,:i O r.ii. -- -
bangoerodsto Go Abwhe. birthAtowasbeowithi1teenop
n 'm A-. I a& -- Sev eral carriages were overturned by Serias pse A. e birth to a babe with sixteen 1 i. oa..I
S, N tI eb O -w Vereon died oe, yra aon as Warlke. rfull-developed teeth. Dr. Was-. r s sa
S trh wi trees were b own don, elec- son says that although tiere i er o tl a




10 IB Kn Arrain te the PsicdAnt ancin.I spread wrhs reeto stptdnds hearty
s- ... i e nt. -were- unroo Among the y Associated Pross. are a few Msimilar eseontec- Y and o -he T erons cf t h
E3 '_I FINEI I-.Ithe commissary. Several naval o- poses to annex the provinces of Bos- -r uerrystraoy tiaehoet aat e .r
S"I FOi O. s aRMANytcers ashore on various errands weErla and Herovnia has aus rthy e m oor r g 100 tve s
compelled to remain ashore all night. greatest excitement. hea o reI
S. the ted M Workers o ~ s. Hans aSerel, a coal passatrier otic the The Serian press denounces Am- SHelp .There were sow e e red a-s a m
: AfJe today A PI At Berlin, O a.-Two A brandts batleship Vermont, died today. tr's action as warlike.e with me AI ilde n and yersw ii
i" -ofth t t o MAINE AN ALAAM isA i i IIII IIIeFrancisco ainlMEtloP who eLBAO Neived hearty
t--,of" t i iCthe IVmy.at countShSej tBian_ ---IIHOMlE TE R MI tL NI5 Mrs. ScHOtlo and her 7 year ors M e
th.cIrtin y reptoe paint-hdagherNA T IO N S
S, s the reslt o er Gibraltar, Oct. i5.-The United Statesis own successor ANOTHER VICTIMe this ectloni
t tIoNba beli es E =timm of Rbrandt's battleships Maine and B the largest and most MUCH MORE NEEDED IF THE --- naval torwm
work. The othe 'eIfetlft In a Per- which arrived hbe on Sept 30, sl"ed .tlinf an ter w a- teI.





Se Alabama coal fe i | Fiht For Firs t Place .In tnsttive audiences that ha u Ca maltiel Were Added to by Care- nahI atd or
of La FHfamily I epO today for Horta. the capital of the TULTHuL te f w
oMeniFromIDEAeA T EttheF arULa .





Sa e ent elsewhere. He ILU ted him in his speaking campaign CHILDREN ARE TO BE SUPth fele of Taed bISor ol s ta i
.e s Ditracs .""bd t AmeriEcan-Record-Break- ar s spree n D U building. It spreaWo with greet- rp s,, for
S, .. ,h ,wl, ....tng Crowd Sees Pirate hole the a- CAN ATTEN HOOL. wede iTen pteof h
my .lAi III IIIes Ameriic lican*aup a re Leaders In a.. buidng was a w el of the ple.

bert Attthe loant orkers a By sSociatad'y & ----- to bured some esev feagn Sounti
LAa Itot eO I W r Men Y tre o a Ashevilletto N. C., Oct. 5.e s Patrioticw n .... ema d dearrowyee Thre u sa oalo to










By- ., . ...a. e at II otIIs disorder i n ^l o mesto w m s l t .-- p" i r. ...eTt a,- .. .. .....-- .o. .hilden werel staed rb .eneces S s
i-" N ewrYork M"t n B ne w a thme rom death I. twe bfir nd e a hu e .r





tp s Tel mwrait Alaba Hea o se/Ieral o er a we sit inIred, I m e of a double-header with St The above represents the donation lower all, cutting of the escape ofi product will Pe
. Iw c. Bedl.agton, inan.attett wrdMar Is Clveland O dropped baTk one nae t n o t to the fnd with which to purchase the flfty or more person who were compile





freaj *' M$ ae'sr for Key y tin, a negrowho on Friday night as-y point to .582. Chicago move Into r esien fof o os children in the city, leeptng on the upper Aloors. Some est( wad the abshloiry" of aulthe Mgre at1th ltet, a Con- ecdpostion with .583 by winnng HASKELL HAS n t o on whom have no parents whie these died in their beds, overcome wIn Iatra~y
S- hurricane ger, i ee from Detroit. tod fathers of others are unable to pu-red nd thirty by smoke and then caught by then Savanna

1. The teamer is a total Mart ws away to Su- In the National League, New Yor GOTTEN $3,00 chase e books on accnt of bea ames. O thers who had been aronad HYDROGes
Oeu.. mm~t,_a to__, ?Ma saiwa tos- "nh' tnl .. ..Nw GOTEN ,UU ease the books on accewmt of being flames. Others who hal been arousel HYDROG


wref. wt the crew were orJ er where emp the possimaty ob tieting h- p without employment for many weeks. too late fell unconscious before they
a a have arrived here. e pleaded guilty &an was sentenced Checfio tor the pennant by winnSog *sy A Mociated Pre-. More money must be raised if the de- could reach windows and were orned
/- A A 6 A 6 A too le imprisoomeat. the first of a series with Boston. St Lomuis Mo., Oct. 5.--A sire is to be attained, and those who to death scarcely an arm's length eca
MUST WiN TWO special to the Globe-Democrat 2 can spare even a small amount ar* from safety. Many were hrued oy Apalaeiedla
SMORE BO.. t from Guthrie, Okla., says that requested ta do so and at once. as it jumping from upper windows to the Leig'aton, Ch
S- TON Governor C. N. Mkell of that is the wish to turn the money over to streets or by being crushed as th*y United States
I IA LH IA L B A ING w York Team Will Ie Able T tare, hae so ar received $3,- Supt N. B. Coob at as esrl7 a date fought for portions of safety on the be one of the
ub-s!-- and I-lave Chae to ,. *000 in response to his appeal to 0 as possible that he "-ay .buy the chocked fre cape.. T dad: bus, Ga., con
StePly O e e o Oklahoma fo books and&ow the poor children an Minechillo Pricillo. his wife An. aland Wate
^ H ER 225 TH ANNIVwthSARYu ns wtwhich to fih P s oriunty of *t o at tOneala and their turee cdren9-t
HJAAssocEsaPS*es prej ident Roosevelt, W. R. Hearst beginning of to and 2 ;yearusodon.
,. New York, Oct 5.-In a perfect nd others. .. There e families in Pensacola to- Francisco Polestrino, 18 yes old, ToROOPS
r-. ,-. II*e iii T rthe nationaI of raI sylvaia. score for the remainder of the 2e The dispatch further says day wiho are barely able to pur- a musician.
Sl Oct Basiness, in Major GPnhreSr* i Grant. w .lies New York's only hope ot 2 that an agent of the interior chase the necessities of life owing to Mrs. Rosa Schretino sad her eer- C
-a. "a u r yS at a commrd-i3 of the winning the National League pennant. 4 department was in Guthrie last lack of whrk during the past few yeaarold 4danhter. Christina. B A
wi Me citizens ast, acted- GraMa of the With two games reas atg to be wek looking up the records of months, and it n s the c-aldren in such Vlta Baroe. C.h.St I
ve3T to aelebratno imposing pagnatlB ttan to eplven New York must win t all the Parire Ol and Gas Co fantilles who need the asmstance of Pietro Magliacci. n
even to te with Chicage i t pe- pay, any.d 5lso t record i 9 thde pwble that they may obtain an Several of the injured were takes o
o it pade"s plsU I eeter ant.race.unlesste ag tetrs theIl suit recently brought educate wic will t tem tbat.
Sever oslebratik there ea a number should vote to Wivde the New yef 2 by Governor Haskel against t with life in the future. dut.o
S- of cets aght with historic disputed game with Chl wleh is Omer K. Benedict, editor of Capt. Recheblave Subscribed. That so many persmgs were klle a f.. agi*Om NB
35154e S_ t SjBw -al gnl at present recorded as a tie, wtf t the Oklahoma City Times. I0 n cUding in a donarto'- of $2.50 and seriously injured wat l part S a
ae eif the Usad Tonight thatL i.Lf# t eat- 1 4I(c.n-ue **I T^ *I* I** *-********.. ..

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NOV. 1

SMeets With the
Approval From
rators Here.

rOCK WAS
BSCRTURW FOR

Attended Meeting
ay of the Operator
IhIMr- Who Met
ColcUittee From
ville.

L of a very enthtsiatle
Aesacola yesterday or
tors and bestaem men
urpentiae preceded
eetinsU i h er Par s d .on
the Naval Stores -Ma .
ny, which is betag organ-
purpose of restoring the
normal onditiea, will
sines by etiarng the
oveomr 1. provided the
of these be" hd the big
notAI Tarry. Tase. to
usibly aeaty-ave, samn
re prowdelbt biteMs
&cola, who are ot 4
ted with the Mu stry,
al otaerM, I el the de-
toi ec the inrbIet. -
Ltee tree,
Stock Tahem
Oeaw L. Dew, c War
w latter p ,lt W a ,
"and A slaanwttei
rlesteal Milke. 41
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riOt ta mIMrket4 t I
andmt ~ woel m
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th btar temL beWar '"
Is orT distant as Ta-w
this state limease
Ie ttval tores m I Aea '
Strs, 1 ti of whom Ire -
from Tampa, to Pea s.
meetings with the oer-






ghe oo w& to a 'y
bf that re le. 'tave re
support from alL
mizatiorn of the Naval
ting Co. is for the pwi pr
irk. The i arke nsow
and aot a 1 ormal O u
tos beaere Io Is bin .mI
s are tltorrespomime
ratios, and also that ta
attaw for tWi yea am
spirits. .Tis m s that
oaess thlosa this Pyer
this state pmroaonm rne
e naval stores i% Amer-
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WILL SPEAK
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a, Fla., Oct. 5.-M. 0.
ef Hydrographer of the
Geological Survey, will
speakers at the Colum-
entiou of the Gulf Cost
rway Association. Nor.

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S anticipation for niing vmets' where Beauty
Fashion will r u 2su .
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We have anticipated your desires and ta
uafble pride in the wealth of beautiful cr,
we have provide a for your i.bectiow.
Among the becreations wi be found
A La Difrctokre Hat wua Fasbion, declaPsuis
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An event which promises to 'be a
as INS guests, has behn plin-
aedr't-.lft In the orS ,`. a. rq-
,at the Y. M. C. A., and many
S- ipelambers are lotga forwiar-
o0 M with mubh pleasure. ,
S SA .good m tsibrse ws l bW prW ent.


-j Seetary S's he pwilsue-
t mes wth them. The purpose te
w nuealatte ea mBbership witl V.
i;joht Bsedf bn4Ina charge of the
e~k for tmo m and Harry, ddoppen.
Hcer secretary.
lore wll be an informal program
f Inc =W and other features, and re-
to will be served during the
.Q-ral Secretary Sherri will sub-
"it sone reports and outlli. the
we*r for thn e-siIng year, In addition
Io laying before the members prop.-
itts for ew aines of work that may
be aeumpted.
The rst game of basketball of the
wesma Is to be played tonight and in
lltes theren wl be gymnastic exhi-

DONATIONS TO THE
SCHOOL BOOK FUND
(CeamWe- From First Page)
to the hoool books f. d, Capt. B.
Roebeblave writes:
Pesaal ga.. Oct. 4. 1908.
Mr. Frank L. ayes, editor Pensacola
Jeurao It.
Dear Sr:-. with find cheeks
tor ve ($5.) which amount
you may distribute as follows:
ryan -d Kern ld.. .*..... ...$2.50
Sehol Book P d '.,.. ...... *.. 2 50
The isi also ten schoo books for
pehlle sobeol. t.my re.m 'ce .
TeVIEsW m, T,
Address: 214 X. Sarra essa At.- City.
Tae followtng is from Win. H. Trim-
Maono.ia Ot. 4. 1-6.
UWAtor pFl malJeurnal:
"It is ihdeed distreselg, Mr. Rdl-
tar to o the appeal made to assist
ftor so .90@0a ems a to kAow
that Mlttle m amaeally doe
rved golg to school because they
.Sve not the means tow buy' books.
iW not some 0 the good Christ.an
Died wvh,r so liberally when
ut Me. ttbetr meeting places
for .tariboti 6,s to the Foreign )i-
sibt Fod ncr eace ditvde their Ilber-
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alty and give hae to thbpe3W lo
-ea s here in the
%.;NNW-- at hbem *t
Thee little girls sd beys bass aad
been taaht to belo ine ti God, t
Father Amilghty, as in 1 is a hWt3
rkend, who s o sayas & suIh t K -
4om t-HOeav. Th- m e- yo
sabpribe to sor berafy t 4WoUr
abMdaamee never heardl Ot k nor
perhaa never will -
Do tae h eudeds of tillB, ln
Ohena or t ewilSsa I t Afrea or
Tibet care or yw God or oar uo-
deeuer? Will you give -bund, 9ly to|
the mitxsieon fund?r Why bec-B.r yol
are taught that it sto our duty to car-
ry this light to an naissx, but
these little children apPa: tf you
first. there are at your doors askiu
for a trifle to buy a book to learn "to
do to others as you wish othev to
do to them." The eath are away
of their time is eomad to hear when
war and destruction' lots In" their
-nidst. War is agiW 't r i
aqtompllshes tar more oXars-
tfaunty tha seaores of missionaries.
WHY M WI)Ait 0 W5ET
If sugar did not 4|eoveI 'n Me
COovs TA8i r CtLn TONIO
is strow as fe mgt Ibitter
tonic, but you do ot tante the bMtter
bge ne the iedfredma do ot dMe
Sothe In the mouth, bt do dialmve
readily n: the acids oCf the C tscel
Is jut good for 4Rown Poople a
for Chilren The First and Original
TinteU ChUll Toe., The sotsWd
for 30 Y earsw. SOc.
Ten Dead In Fire in
New York Tnement
(Coentlnsed From First Page)
due to te to the carelessms of te tenants
of the house themselves and their dta-
regard of the rule of them fire capes
must be kept clear of obetructins at
all times. When the frighteaed men
and women rushed from thetr rooms
ahead of the flames they fo and the
'wall& of the fires ape patforms eov-
ered with boards which bb d not bc
quickly removed. Excited mother
and fathers with children In their
arms and the smoke pouring out of
the windows behind them and the
crackling of the lames in their earn
became panic striken and tossed
their children to friends in the street.
Fully a de- h.*dbren were tossed
frme the w.oewa and third floors and
iwere aught by men standing In the
street. The m*en and. women were
later carried down by fireomen on

APPEAL O1!D IS
MADE BY MR: NOPTW ,
Attorneys for 0. I. aL Nobles yester-
day fled appeal papers in the circuit
court it the ate waes Mr. Noles is
appealing from the decision 6f Judge'
Jeokoa of the city court In fining
him $9 on the charge of fkting.
The attorneys gave notice at the
time the fOne was Imposed that the
case would be appealed to a hbher
court, and yesterday this was d&MI.
bond being given at the samen time.
Subscribe for The Journal.


Wi From
With


Small Takes.

THE MEN SAY ~ FE OYSTERS
,HAVE sBEN COVERED WITH
MU6 AND AS DURING THE
SUM ER ~ THUS KILLED,
MAKING IT DIFFICULT TO 0O-
TAIN MANY.

Oystermen coming into Pensacola
from their first trip to Escambia bay
say that oysterd this season are
scarcer than ever before known in
this section. Their catches attest.
ed to the faet that they had not met
with the best of l ck, tour and fire
barrels being the total for from three
to four men since Oct. 1.
The oystermen says that during the
summer months the oysters have been
killed by being covered with mud and
and which has been washed over
them. They claim that it he same
law regarding taking oysters prevail-
ed here as in Mlelwppi and Ala-
bama that t~is would be prevented as
the oysters wot4 .be moved-about by
the men raktng 'fbr them an come-
quently not be killed as they have
been during the p at few seasons.
Several dozen oyster boats left
Pensacola on the morning of Oct 1.
for Uscambia and But bayi, but all
of them aMve returned with very
small catches. As a result the whole-
sale price of oysters Is this year as
hig' as InL former seasons when oys-
ters were scarce, and unless the
takes n ture are better the price


Doubt W Both Big Leagues
(agpJ~aiu Prom First Page)
three 'c ive :icres for New
York woai gve New Tork the fSag.
There appears to be little likell-
hood, bower. t.a the dcislos of
the umpires In tfA game now in dis-
pute will be overturned and the fol-
lowers. of the fami look toward the
series betweeua4dWtork and Boston
which begins In this city today as the
real test, th e ar'a seouattonan
A tie at the end oI te season would
necessitate a "play off" between the
alser s.4 It -imythat a an ei-
arranged for this fpqpe.
'- e WbomU t =amns't r flning two
games wil be played pw 1 Boston on
the Polo ,r m1Sm W sty. Neither
Pittsburg nor Cm lc qtave any mor&


COQNTTED GAME

Cincinnaa f.-The board
of director of the" Ntoal le&-ue
aIdoured ..nlgtf without having
itached a 4ec;;al* In the disputed
Vine of Septmbr. 21 between New
ork and Chicago.e At. the esao o
cte directors these were only preem .
three directors a* a stenograloher.
SUNDAY'S 6AM
PUT PITTAURGQ OUT
Nw Aedetad PWOs.
Chicago, eCt.Bur-fitsburg was yes-
teray eliminate froC m the National
-eague pennant ae0 when Chicago
scored a 5 to aytetmy over the PF-
Or-tes before a cwd which wa de-
clared to be t=oj largest which ever
paid to see a gaas a ofbaseball-in the
world. Yesterday's game was the
flal one ef the.iseason for Chiago
aad Pittabsrg., whIe New York kas
two more to play with Bot. Ifme
of these games Is not played by sa-
soe of the wat r or fr other ea s,
ot if oton iwI k _e, the p noaat
will go to he tr the thir sfe-
-0sslte yer. wainisg all the
vmes New Tor. wfll izaetly eqal
Cakon-a -s eh eof ',4L-
_T. story -r t ivtory la atlape
eado-o a "X h WL
Sismes, sae r iunmawe imn terg
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lW -ork .... ....e...... s6 .~
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REstTs Yesterday.


NATMNAA Leau .
Wmewotei. $: fa 1.


9-sd .a 1; arertm 4, 6. (s Me



AND 77th CO., PLAY
The Palae noyB team played a
double header on Sunday, with thee


First Boats RBetu
Eacambia -Bay


Isaac W. Chalker to W. C. Barri-
eanu, ---N E 1-4 of Sec. 14, Tp 3,
N i 23 West.
J. Basan to W. C. FIllItgim. $100
and other eons-Lots 9 and 10, Block
137, New City Traet.
BeWJ. Hlton, individually and as
trus.. to L. I Brooks, $100 and
other val come-Lots 17 to 21 and 27
to 32, Block 122, Bast King Tract .
C. Christian to J. N. Day, $100
-Und 1-3 interest Ia and to lets 21
to 5M Bmlok 34. a t King. Tract vd
partly in almost Tract.
F. W. Loeery to J. W. Hyer. $1 and
othes omem-Lot 10. Block 23, New
City Tract.
J. W. Hyer to Loutte HRamitS. $1
aWl other 0sM-Lots and is. Block:
as. West ing Tract.
Tboa. Pfley to J. M. Owens, $4922
l S. Block 121, Bast Kig Tract
F. 3. WIWams to G Williams, $1
and ether emno-LAt 1 to 4. Block
. Wsow acty Traet.
SW.. owrim, to Albs A. Williams
.-40e SL.n -sMS a o Blo k If,


--1A0 Ms oter naldWatlIs.
F. Breen to Mamf e Bell-Las 17
and .13 In Block I NNew City Treet--
15 sam* other mosideratios.


JAPANS WELCOME TO FT

WILL BE MUAGN ENT AFFAM'


77th e anm team at Fort Barran-
a, ae Palace Boys winning one
Same by a core et 8 to 3, and the
ecod being a tie, with a score of 3
to 3.
SPORTING CALENDAR.
New York. Oct. 5.-Among the
sporting events on the calendar for
this 'week are the following:
ff Tuesday.
Great Western and Grand Circuit
harness racing mineet) begins at Lex-
ington, Ky. Atlanta Horse Show As-
sociation opens annual exhibitions, to
last- four days. Twenty-seventh an-
nual bench show opens at Danbury,
Wednesday.
Football: Princeton vs. Stephens at
Princeton; Pennsylvania vs. Villanova
at Philadelphia: Annapolis vs. St.
John's at Annapolis. New York and
New Jersey skit tournament opens
at Newark.
Thursday.
Conference of yachtsmen on racing
tules will be held in New York. Har-
ness racing meets begin at Port
Wort Tex., and Atlannta fairs.
Annual borne show opens at Portland,
Ore.
Friday.
Racing begins in connection with
Alabama State Pair at Birmingham.
Saturday.
Coup Internationale des Aeronautics
balloon race starts at Berlin. Interna-
tiomal automobile racing meet will be
held in Philadelphia. Vanderbilt Cup
race elimination contest at Long Is-
land Motor Parkway. Annual horse
show of Montclair Riding and Driving
Club at Montclair. N. J. Football;
Harvard vs. WIMiams at Cambridge;
Yale va. Holy Cross at New Haven;
Princeton vs. Layafette at Princeton;
Pennsylvania vs. Pennsylva-ia State
at Philadelpala: Cor-ell vs. Oberlin at
Ithaca, Carlisle vs. yvracuse at Buf-
tMo; West Point vs.Trinity at West
Pont; Anapol vs. Dickinson at



ATONEMENT



DAY OBSERVED


Rabbi Schwait= Condtucted
the Services at Temple
Beth-El.
YoU Ippar, of the Day of Atone-
wment, w appropriately observed in
Pfw cITa.by the Jewish residents, ail
places of business being closed duria&
yesterday until the observance came
to a close at sundown.
The Day of Atonement commenced
with the setting of the sun m Sunday
night and con nued until the same
hyur last night. At Temple Beth-El
Sunday night Rabbi Schwartz con-
ducted services, and the temple was
filled with a large congratgatIon who
Ustened with rapt attention to the ser-
amoR of Mr. Schwarts. He 1had as his
subject >, Shim. service : -nThe Bow
of Promise."
Tthis was followed yesterday morn-
Ing by another servicee at which the
rabbi spoke on "The Day's Work,"
and closed lst night with "Lessons
From the Book of Jonah."

MRS. HAINS

DEFAULTS IN

ALIMONY SUIT
S B-y Asoclated Pres.
New York, Oct. 6.-Mrs. Peter C.
Halns, Jr., defaulted in the Kings
County supreme court today by tail-
Ing to file through her counsel an af-
idavit of specifications in the post-
posed bearing of her notion for all-
mnoy, counsel fees and the custody
of her children, which was originally
made before the shooting of Win. E.
Anuis by her husand at the Bayside
Yacht Club.
The October Grand Jury to which
Hil-s's case will be presented was
sworn in today. The fewest possible
witnesses will be uwel by the dis-
trict attorney. The matter of sanity
wfll be left for the defense to in-
troduce at trial.
Bryan
Real Estate TransferS.


W. H. Knowles to H. Owen. $1
and other val con--Lots 18 to 23,
Block 221, West King Tract.
WHilim Fisher and W. A. Bloun:
to B. H. Keynton. $12.0--Grantor'
gqit title and interest in.and to Lot
1 ft by 25 ft in Block 11. Maxent
Trmat, being 125 ft West of Roes Bt
and 180 ft North of Garden St.
J. L. Blackburn to W. C. Berrineam,
$1-B 1-2 of S: 1-4 of Sec. 24. Tp 5,
N. R. "'WestE


eestal to The Jeurna.
Pine Forest, Oct. 5.-We are having
some dry weather here, which ai not#
so good for the gardens. -bt It gives_
the farmers a fte opportunity to getl
in the hay.
.T'here is lots of sugar-cane being ,
marketed from this neighborhood. Mr.
A. L. Webb has *bout the finest we
have seen this season. Mr. J. FT.
Rawnley is also marketing It in large
quantities.
The preaching at the Baptist churdc.z
on the 27th Inst., was conducted by;
Mr. Robert Davia of Psnsaoj% and
was muh enjoyed by anff whbo-atteid-
There was good attendance at the
Union Sunday school on tie 27th. Mr.
B. A. Davis, the superintendent was
absent. Dr. S. A. McCall was acting
superintendent.
Miss hBanle aonia, Miss Uile
S*owden and Messrs. James Par-
kins, Arthur Rausley, Clarence and
Peter Nicholson spent the evening of
the 27th very pleasantly with Mr. A.
L. Webb and family. A pro-ram
of sacred music was much enjoyed.
Miss Whunne Pters who has bee*
spending tie summer In- Elg II'..
has returned to Pine -rorest. accoa-
panied by Mr. Walter Ma-tin of I-
gin.
Many from Pine Forest went to the
County Runday school convention at
Muscogee Sunday.
The .attendance at the Union Sun-
day school and methodist church was
rather small a* Sunday, on account
of the S. S. Convention at Musco-
gee.
Among tie visitors at Muscogee
Sunday were Mr. Roberts of Roberts,
Fla., Mr. Prince Henderson, Mr. Hen-
ry and Louis Frater.-Mr. ad iMrs.
J. T. Pierce and Mr. Weaver.
Messrs. Albon and Chipley DL1-
mond. Arthur Ransley and Clarence
and Peter Nicholson spent Sunday
evening very pleasantly with Mr. A.





Samson, Ala., Oct. .-Mr. UI S. Al-
len has pur pasd the Mercantile
business of r. Dan Akinsoea.
The Robbins and M'Gowan mill will
resume work Monday Oct.. 5.. after a
suspension of several months.
Mrs. H. C. Hearst was very unex-
pectedly called to Claytoen last -Friday
by the death of her mother.
Rev. Wmn. Sapp has sold his livery
stables at this place sad will make
Boulfay. Fla.. his future home.
The business portion of our little
sister city. rac a was destroyed by
fire last Tharaday night. The origin
of the ftre i not known, total loss
little Misee Deaisy and Gladys
Givens, who came home with the Mi-s-
es Jones from l urel Hill, returned
to their home the latter part of the
week.
Miss Boyd of Zlba st visiting her
sister Mrs. Frank M- seae.
A change was made In te Samam
poatoace the Ist, Mr. A. W. Hawks
succeeding Mr. tX. P. Johona as post-
The prospctfor a Trge atten-
dance at ts goeva eowty fair to be
eldM at ousin h fm ithe 13th to the
17th grows brt4er every .day. T7e
Central road wil put oa Its night
train for the s -emmodsau of
visitors. ..
Married: Lwat Wei-day at high
noon. MiU Jemis LA* Jonsm, old-
est daugMr IE Mr. I. P. Jo hsonto
Mr. Brestn ti;= Xw. IL M. Hun-
ter perfgraag tlw oeeve my. T're
w ..courle left- mmedoatly for a
-a tour aser which they win make
Samson tor b hme.
Last -ThuM r moralnM about s
o'clock. jse Iboteitants f eur city
were aroused by m m--- t. it
was the wlof o ore eil dm which,
has jut Ie 1 aoU 4 repre-
sents an tvetmentof $75.--. It
was a weliume soud ltongh many
rubbed ost thbklag there was a Are
In town. but whes tsy-iseovered
ed to their 10i v us tNhem
selves to slea -s~-.


Reb Welsh an Chester O'NeI wlN
leave WedesiayW mornig for the
tim Otis p -aee, near Mulat, r a
two day*i dufe"a staer frfh water
fsit and other gase in th-t.iciall.


DISTiRIBuTE II


ALL SAYS BOAID

Board of Works Tells Coun-
*cil to Handle the Park
Appopi nation.
When the city council convenes in
session on Oct. 14 it will find. a com-*:
munication from the Board of Works
In which that board curtly tells the
council to distribute all of the park
appropriations a. it sees fit. Wben
the appropriation was made at the
last meeting for parks In various sec-
tions of the city the allotting of the
money so appropriated was left witt
the Board of Public Works, except in
the case of the Plaza, which was al-
lowed $1.500 ,and in addition $1.00t
fur a fountain.
This same appropriation seems to
be what has stirred, up the Board o(
Public Works, and caused that' board
to refer the matter of distributing the
funds back to the council to allot al&
of. the money appropriated. At its
last meeting the Board of Works*,
passed the following resolution:
"Moved and seconded, that as the
finance committee has allotted a por-
tion of the park appropriation, that
the Board of Works requests them to:
allot the remainder."

El INEFEsT.-
I PINE FOREST. |


Moroccan Question.

Oy Associst Prose.
Washington, Oct. b.-Jean J. Jpser'-
and, the French ambassador fthi
ccuntVy, returned yesterday from hib
summer vacation spent at Forena,
France. .--*
"There is not the slightest. iot or
trouble between Fra"e sad GerOany.
over the Moroccan question," essre.
Mr.. Jusserand. "The relations ber
teen the two countries are most cor-
dial and will continue so. Ju pr r-
to my leaving home a note Was .r *-
ceived from Germany which was most
conciliatory in its terms a"d fte ans
good reason why the feeling &etwe
the two countries should W"' 4w,
tinue."
Discussing the exploit t Wf e
A in his aeroplane, tests La
XM-. Mr. Junaerand id:.
a -i's nationality makes no diaer-
euce In an san ou2piaV hi o thiS
k ll A hope Mr. WIrig












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Great Naval Pageant W
Take Place in Harbor 4
SYokohama, and Au-k
Sperry Will Be Guest at
Imperial Palace in Tokyw
Event Will Mark New
Epoch in Relations of Two
Countries.
Dy Aseoclated Press.
Toklo, Oct. 5.-Japan la planning
to give the American battleship gee
a welcome that shall eclipse In-sple, .
doer and enthusiasm any 4i the
vioup receptions tendered the
can vessels on their voyage arne "
the world.
The preparations for the eosht
entertainment of the American OW
eers and men are now completed.
vessels are due here Oct. 17. an
remain a week.
When the sixteen 'warahips, ndmer
the command of Admiral Spt,.
steam into Yokohama harbor, the
salutes of their gaus will b an-
swered In kind from sixteen battle-
ships of the Japanese navy. These
vessels already -are at anchor of
'Yokohama.
The Japanese government will 9ot-
do all its previous efforts at foreign
entertainment. and the occasion is r- -
garded In 'oklo as Inaugurating a
new page in the history of the relaW
tions between the two countries. The
International and poUUteal --Inl-
cance of the visit has not been lost .
sight of here by any meas d th w
fact that- it was at one s.e r -
that the American vessels o O
visit Japanese waters with safety, a
only stirred the government to gr- t" .
er effort to disprove te se se uMe- ArW
rumors.
The Japanese authorities have
taken delight n thinking up e
ways and means in extending
tality to their guests aal mak ng
their -stay here thoroughly eaible,
and various exceptional at" tis
have been planned, which wll aM if
making the sojourn of the Auilansr
hi Japan something always to be
membered.,
Ti n and
The intertalnmmt and recepttns
wMl begin at Yeohama end eZtUml
there Slr two days before the '05M
of hospitality is removed to To I.
At the special wish o the mpror.
Admiral Sperry is to be emletalst
and will reside for four days t
of the Imperial pales at the napifl.
No American la uniform wlB MWe
to spend his own mesy ftor a sl-
road ticket, and the vrloe toAy
companies have xp ed their d
termination to carny sny MMeer e
the fleet free of charge.
In addition to tha dMciN pro-
gramme, there is to be, a vast eme
of private entertain wat by Iwede"i
and dividals The y Am m
futltion of the week will be a
dea, party at the Aec .
th eet of es hgh rank wof- -.
celved in audience Oct. S by the
emperor of Japan.







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You're .Not

Forced
to buy our .p toting.
Neither iere the
latu cdas of other men
in, town who are wear-
ingit.
They wear our di*dts
because they prefer
"them.

Fall suits.

Tailored .o Tamt
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1D sed. Four-
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Jr ~aee *: scbma tao boys
d g e 1er g yea" o-t at e will
em ft O eir of teof atChriLt
;and 62M696 through
the PFall, Wter Abd .4 pring on
WedNaeada sad Ytddys. This is an
-dnbIreble opportunity for the chil-
drfu to lArn t sing. The cnly con-
ditile IS that tbqMe receiving tihe in-
trnties., aN berve tn the choir
of Chriat chirob for a c *talM time.
IT TASTTC so G0OOD
Demerts, parrles, cakes all bring
forth exclaatias 4 de!tght when
made with BiN Ribbon Vanilla or

Cane MilM and Evaporator
cheap. Wm. Jobnso & Son.
Dr. Clarence Hutchinson.
khas returned to establish practice.
Olee D'Alombirte Building. Hours
11U'. tb 1 p. to. 'r by appointment,
Phone .74. Residence 233 E Gregory
street. phone 40.


-SAFEBTY OARU



HOLDS SESSION

Receives Reports ard Buys
Twenty New Revolvers
For Officr.

The regular meeting of the Board;
of Public 84fety was held last night.I
with Chairman Oliver presiding, and
Messrs. Aason, Daily, Radcliff and
Schid present as well as~the chiefs of
the various departme ents.
SOne of tie flrat matters to demand
~att-tion was the -pufthae (.f re-
volvers for the police department.
ld* from a nieter of 4eesl hardware
and sportlag goods houses were open,
ed. and the contract awa-ded to the
Avery Hardware & -Supply Co., for
twenty Smith & Weason police spec-
ial 38-callbre revolvers at $16 each.
The disposal of the old fire equip-
ment, which eonaists of a hook and
ladder truck aad a steam engine, was
discussed but no action taken.
The raise on-rates by the telephone
company on all phones was discussed,
and brought to Uight that the company
has not paid, ita taxes 'on telephone
poles for a number of years. The
rate is $2 per pole, but this has not
been collected, nor has the $100 as-
seassment azalnst the Western Union
Telegraph Co.
The board is to meet again Wednes-
day afternoon JP -"e purpose of open-
Ig bhids for 2,v .4 feet of new fire
Marshal Sanders submitted his re-
port showing what bed bean done in
the police departat .during the
3eath of September. This showed
K arrests. of whilc 198 were white
and 357 colored. The .cases were
disposed of by Z4 belag dismissed,
46C found 8'-ity. 24 s-eat to the crim-
isal cou -. '.ses continued and 5
aol mresed.


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REACHES CITY

He Is Accompanied by
Messrs. Marknpss and
McQuarrie.

Prof. Rolfz, accompany aid by Messrs.
M&ckiass and McQ ..arr.e, rcachel the
city last night at 4.4a okck nd to-
day will inaugurate the flit cf. the
farmers Institutes to be conducted
in Escambia county during the next
three days.
It was arranged yesterday afternoon i
that Prof Rolfs, Mr. .-',-u'nas and;
Secretary Waterman lea e Pensacola
this morning at 7 o'clock for rine
Barren. where Mr. Finla:.- will talre
the party in his auto throulrh the'
country to Walnut Hill. A'iotnhr par-
ty composed of Mr. McQ,:arrle, F. F.
Binghamc. .. B. Cook and A. M. Mo.
Millan will leavcc Pensacola This
morning at 6:30 o'clock for Walnut
Hill i' an auto. all returning to
Pensacola tonight.
QUIET MARRIAGE .
OF YOUNG COUPLE


A quiet marriage was 'sole %ized
last night when Mr. Reuben Van Als*
and Miss Christine Hill were wedded,
Rev. J. F. Rhinehart performing the
ceremony at the home of the bride's
parents on Thirteenth street.
A number of intimate friends of the
contracting parties were present when
the marriage occurred. The attend-
ants were Mr. W. J. Schmitz and Miss
Mabel Wilson.
The contracting parties have a large
circle of friends who will congratulate
them upon their marriage.


YOU DON'T HAVE
TC SUFFER
From the effects of a weak stomach. dis-
ordered liver or inactive kidneyv if you
will only adopt the plan of thousmis of
others who have been benefitted during
the past 8S years, and that 1--take
Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters
You'U be surprised at the fgos it will d41
you. especially in cases of Headache,
Heertbum, Indiestien. Costiveness,-
peplla.elosmnia. FT male li and a-
ariaFever. Try It to-day.


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ISIITE TROOPS



PITCH TENTS AT



T. PICKEIS

Five Companies Arrive and
Taken to the Fort For
Practice.

TROOPS IN COMMAND OF MAJOR
DOMINIC#I BROWN OF APALACH-
ICOLA-YESTERDAY WAS CON-
SUMED IN PREPARING FOR THE
WORK TO COME.

Five companies of the Florids state
troops were transferred from Pensa-
cola to Fort Pickens yetf rday morn-
ing, where they will s3erd ten days
of h3rd work in participating with the
regulars in the maneuvers pl;aned
fcr them by the war department. The
companies arrived in Pensaccla on a
e ecial train over the P. & A. Suada:y
night, and remained in the cars uunti
yesterday morning, when they haJ
breakfast at the various resta-'rants.
The troops are in command of Ma-
jor Dominick Brown, of Apalachicola.
who has a number of friends in Pen-
saco'.a, and wa. known during the
street car strike. when he, was on
duty here a- tbe "major of the black
shirt." Major Brown h bs as bis adJiu-
tant Lieut. W\. C. Dodd. while the
commissary department is in char-e
of Lieut. B. R. Soleman and Sergt.-
1ajor Wa'ter Roberto.
The Companies.
The companies, their commanders
and the number of men in each, are
as follows:
First company. Coast Artillery,
Capt. Inmap, of Plant City, 60 men.
Comp2.ny C., Capt. Lewis, of Talla-
hassee, 40 men.
Company K., Lieut. Cawthon, of De-
Funfak. 55 men.
Company M., Lieut. Dqvis, of Marl-
anna, 45 men.
Company L., Camp Hickey, of Apa-
laehieola, 60 men.
When the men arrived at Fo-ts Pick-
ens and McRaedyesterday they im-
mediately began the work of pitching
their tents and preparing for the
work mapped out for them. Thb
maneuvers berin today and wl:l con-
tinue for ten days during which time
the boys will obtain 'some real mili-
tary experience. Four companies ot
regulars will participate with the
state troops In. thip work.
Friday night an attack from sea has
been planned, end the men will be
roused up at some unexpected hour
to repel the attack of the boats, which
will endeavor to land troops.

MSt relbbo 0ni* k 2w 1 r IMI
my and bidder tubte. 66A% a
Large stock of Buggy and
Wagon Harness. Win. John-
.son & Son.



PROF. ROLFS


These Girls Are "Playing the Ponies"


A FEW OF THE SHOW GRILS Wl TH YORKE AND ADAMS, "IN PLAYING THE POWNIKS.


AMUSEMENTS


AL. G. FIELDS
COMING TUESDAY
Mr. S. H. Cohen, formerly connected
with prominent newspapers of the
South was in town yesterday ahead
uttermost. The AL G. Fields Minstrels
This attraction comes to Pensacola
next Tuesday night and it is safe to
say that the capacity of the Pensa-
eola Opera House will be tested to its
uttermost. The AL. G. Fields Mtfatrels
is playing to capacity everywhere, and
at Atlanta. Nazhville, Memphis, and
all big Southern cities has received
perfect ovations. Mr. Fields brings
witQ bim a company of sixty-. the
greatest artists ever engage4i tsama-
strelay. His production has been
atde splendid with magasoeAt sceo-
le embellishment. and tie fact the Al.
G. Field has they say "the greatest
mia-trel show in tae world, sad his
magnificent minstrels eclipses every


effort in the achievements of indoor
amusement enterprises. Mr. Fields
comes to Pensacola on a speciall train
from Jacksonville, and arrives here
Tuesday morning, and will give a pa-
rade at mid-day. He leaves Wednes-
day on a special train.
Mr. Cohen the representative of
Mr. Fields is a popular. and well
known newspaper man, and has.been
shaking hands with his friends on
his tour through the South. Speaking
of Fields' engagement Mr. Cohen said
our railroad fares to Pensacola is
more than the weekly salary liat of
most travelling shows but we are com-
langanyway. The Atlanta Constitution
says of lield-. show: "Field will be in
Pensacola. Theaday, Oct. 13.
"The entire production is elaborately
staged. well costumed and with splen-
did electrical effects.
"The opening scene Isa termed "The
Plepts of Howere," and wen Is it
ed. for the sceeIry Is gorgeous,
the variegated ligats thrown from
the gallery and all sides of the stage
making it eomplte.
"The fat piece of one presented
was -The Opeaiag of the Campaigi


-A political Travesty," la which Mr.
Field was the leading light, f
Speeches and make-ups iln imitation
of William Jennings Bryan-a e Wil-
liam Howard Taft being a scremaa.
"Together with the splendid scega-
ery, this harmony of red and blue is
pleasing to the eye. Field bas on his
pay roll this year a high-lass lot of
songsters from the man soprano to


the deep6ba2- -
"Miastrel Billy Clark then occ a
led the comr of the tage with hi
grotwe make-up and witty pumnt
d n ta "len... w kept.,
roaring all during the apearae.
"The Five Musical Maries," n a
novel malesal act, were vary S f Ite
deed,
-The show closed with "A resa
NightrWe." tds is a ge seal hbadle
of herm ipa; presented n s all a
wirlmwtnd fadaion that one hardly
gets tteo laughtag at one thsu
until amofter equally as toMy I -,.
apreat."e
"Flejlag the Pensal
When a ma wasta to ea thes m
dooma in p pw r fashionm, he waf t-
vm of the bg.Uners. He wants e.-'
best biggest and wha he tb s AN
foot -a the 4 k of the e*ma M~-.
omnd be feels that be s *
get a run for his moeey. He la
over the ral ao d ecoffa at the tle
As'ow boats. -sOr lar f i tIMF
, ers of goand ea. upetansaat ,
comedy will waet for the eam e
Yorke aa4 Adams, in that
melange, alay Gl the PeelM"
they thiak of openiateg an vIla s
la *Bup eam way. 'Yaybg tO
pues' wHil be at the epem n MAm
next Thbrday. Oct. 8, brtiml eof am
featiresa, e4t4lntleg with pse-l,.
ties ad fairly bubbling with -aa
Yorke and Adams, as the two smate"
hfier wealth at the race task, wla'-.
c.ffer a brand new budget f hu m g-e
and are supported by a r@ebd be"
ty themes of unusual liovelmam, po
taneoe hirmor sad uaepeotad ita.
tions, the w" e perksieNm ne: m
ed by a beorter etf renemamt -
eshaseed by rteb samenadag a
*Playhag tht Phe a" a~ r ae
Tusal Inea of the saxem ee. :aem
SThe OrpaM orcha..r Is w e,
under the direction of Prof. Joe Iavy .
s jeaturaa the followdae as a
from the "Merry-ge ew- :,
Ov*tdsea lrat and Pfesant-GMg -
Bdwmrd]
forge la the Forest-Gus. dparis. f
Mill' NO 8. Medly Overtuare-Map.
Take M to the Ball ame.-A. Vgs
Tilyer.
SE. 0LD.
"Can a married nm acq e haac-e
ews?" writes a 4ippoat mrespeedeat;
Surely MlioMaS have, and w e-'
preve It. The existence of wiws de
eustratee it,


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irdm y n ~
u a-- IL h C. 3~s a Imnmfh
ane urCaWd uddwim ud So.*sft inCAPW*
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street car o. 22 : i mTnn
.su- my. 0|A .IH : m ll.,I I I

E : is SHtll in Service : I ALLIGAbRR I

4 rPAThe Journal a few days "P commented upon the condition of SAUmAN WAS REAL LVE ARTI-
tR+- a 'street car No. 22. Attelon of -be company wns directed to its n- CLE, AND WAS SENT JOUR-
S- sate condition, and it wM antlitpated that the car would be sant to -
4."I'IVl z mN on neie M eemsIIe1 * the repair shop for a much-neede over-haultg. Bt uat so. The NAL BY FRANKLIN GUARDS.
,ar was takes frm the belt le and placed in service Oa the Wet *
____ Hil division, where became s of grades higher speed is maintain- -
M lN"* e d, and where acciddets ae more Iely to happen The editor of The Journal was much
The car, so far as ean be determined from riding upon it. is gratiled yesterday when the wagon of
SPTIOM *AT the same rattle-trap Itwas at the time complaint wa rst madA. the Southern Express company stop-
OM ,4 1; 0 .. .. .. .. A splendid came of seaseleteum ay be contracted fre a ride upon l ped in front of the office and the
... M ..... t,andtheroois soetles over thecar and againover the right drivercame in, ugging wthh m an



1 *>*''*******>** *** ****.,... ***** anticipated his natural desire. To add quak Rexal93HmkTOMC
k.16 -. -Ofurther dto the illusion, loose ends or i so og a we t


Trtoo gcstraw were protruding from the pack-
IWMA 1 aa o B a I ead- -t-tont5 many to work long before they are age, and it was labeled "handle with J woc
d i .. p ta ud TTi-hysically or otherwise fit for it. re." l Im i c u BP.T I1
S 'tt POPUan I y VeX g i he car fes could a time easily proided The editor took the package and ece
Sa W Oone g In for for under any reasonable system. I gingerly set it upon the counter. The i B x, Gy
'-'-p-.' l- 'a fear, however, that not infrequently young lady stenographer produced the |jmh.i PexaI 3933 HaM TIc
S18 WILLING TO la fathers put their little ones to cashiers knife, and stood at attention had.
.HELP CIfLDREN work to save themselves, as they so as the editor cut the strings that e
Si TI B DAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1908. often put their wives to the wash bound the mystery. The advertising .. .. d n---wg popates oi
SCarabee Fla., Oct. 5, 1,08. tub. After long consideration and age, who is noted for his ability to h I I ln cem y fr th 1.1-f l trn
.' tor Jonl rnal observation, I can seen no other olu tak advantage of almost any situ
1, I see where five children were out in compulsory education, though even sugar.
S1 soliciting alms with which to buy this does not always meet the whole The editor's mind was busy with length c se. we a .ly .
S* oo %K lm of l 1wfo u de.. . ----lothings in order that th- conditionstem. thoughts of how he should acknowl- e i uo necter._i h .


Stend s school. I would like to know PERCIVAL H. WHALY io. edge suitably so pleasurable a gift.
i. t.h f father Is living and are the hcoing, as it did, at such an oppor-n
father s living, why do they have to r Everybody stood around in an ex-t root p __, _ r_
S beg? Is he a crppl When IR work to save themselves, as they so as attitude as he removed the o
otDAYa MORhINGwOCTOBER i. 19M - oftenputtheirwivstothee evrtdin




SfOOf Oice, Mr. Roo~evelt Said: "We such statements. I have but little of In at the top. When the object un- claims with such a ibkemi adse ms we wa e paive
"worth y children ald have nofather 198. tub. Afterce o lview tbhs tenograt cano saasie lan i.%,woi0mmi ialy -t
Party cO leaders. to look out for them and they are observation I can seen no pher fainted, the cashier ducked into sptcal p d at least be to
m :+i"+;.q .- f m ft t fb1,bs t ee where give children were outNIn dompulsormeducition, though even sugarth- .t....ra .je M u L "d








4i ootof B. odbe sof the. HOme rat Mr. can- eed, I am wingtohe sopme, I L LUs ed mo oi o d-hclmandx Ha-To nic at cur e t.k
That's a iC t e po at this needless extravagance of the thou is does not always meet the "Gee! have I got 'em again?" Nobody
B- i .L ***.'mv e. a omd"' lo t sands thlng in orde pt think of te cond took notice of what the -souledit nor dw-id. l i
Bw hs~s liait l n lT ting Open breach bC tW9ee I would'like so much to visit your city C *s F ltOn *emVn a tor, which, when uncovered, winked
and look into your face. May yok hLs eye soberly at the editor, and.
and If their he Jornal live long and re the c- State Detective to Go a h an o
S'- t +g . chidren worthy objects. If heir Business For une wha'momen he trouble? I'm one tD.NT tM o i A-- .&

8. J. GILES. and I'm from Apalachicola. I just m
Satmeiwa aMarch G so or )r terrfarthe r I g, WHALEY dyIS Himself.od n to give the editor the com- u nr in a e
sm me tb it 'mIrves the oy sheY rIppt When I read pIe t attitude ranklin Guards, who






star Sep e ew v tsheSTATE SHOULD GIVE BOOKS -wil e ere tomor s occaon to l t tS
S- rg s. e ounOct 5. 1908. Cha. F. Eaton, the wel-known thank the donors, with the hope that .
lt t s t Itor Journal: state detective has goe into bust- their stay in the Deep Water City ead our proptte. We propose to e ya ix
a illf s Tchi drea and the school books, I feel nes for himself, as the following me s leat try to Farm," all loth level, hgh and dry, eeg fruit aad
.i a esmr Te. KSern b a55eAW. that continued agitation is the only from the Jackovillle TimesUnion ae at with a four or five oom cottage ai or you to
ACa iTs?^ ______"!^ pomeble remedy, provided It leads to of Sunday indicate She Likes Good ThIngs. tober 15th. All houses are new eaetly |sheld and
Se mm a CiE that result which alone can meet the Remignedd ats e l teCT Mrs. Chas. E. Smith of West Franke weights and cord, fine wel water, all feaced.
a. lprtatl.-so eve ofthla h e. 1' tr. A- dinfneedty. I rather think that the co Charle F. ton, state detective room, Maine says: "I like good thingex- -
., Is but little. When we think .ofthe IIAGENClY/FORMEDcsimedInthorror-strickenadtones. .













a g aN ; snd nter g al m d ofwb D ditionles have been somewhat exag has resigned in order to accept the and have adopted Dr. King's New IUfe The plan of easy payments is so reasonable and
__ y -M,.a- gerated. It has been our custom for management of a large, reliable de- Pills as our family laxative medicine, one with a comparatively steady income can avail hlas
Sr he Bryan r fnd does not years to supply so far a we could tective agency which has been o trgan because they are good and do their ity.
S. al M all the want children st ou Sunday school aed in this city, to be known wo witheboxout maki a ss about It." Our offer is thg: 4 room house with all mpr
ghmed f both R ad water. not only with books but also ,hoes as Eaton's Southeastern Detective These painlea Mpurjit sold at all terms of $10.00 down and $10.00 per month at 8 per
* wibthb p9-est rajlrad rates to menT ,taige@y- and clothes to enable them to attend Agency. A paRY& 4lth a capital' druggists. ZSc. year whatever you pay over and above the interest wl
p m- u hba ag otU they4 public schools, where the want was of $25,000, to ack the project, is now s st :e principal and Interet charged only o remainiug a.
r .S-^ir- irailtos YTu may register tomorrow and obvious and known. This has been being lncorporateep. The main offices GRAND INiTIATION BALL1 the frst year say your contract is for $9.B interest
es T a b d o done from the charity funds of the of the agency are located in rooms AT ARMORY rALL .Y you pay 12 payments $*.0 each then y
._ .w eIt -d also T ._ o laemd do ov it ye a church and from private contributions 20,22 and 24, Ued.pa.n building, this PEN SAOLA CONCERT BAND. begins thee d year $82.00 terest less
desire to ot e No ber elec ton the part o urnalival.. ee have city. The detective agency w be no W E AY M..N $802.00 what y owe end see, ad
t never consfned our benefactions to fake concern, tt will be a strong i W-TS. w have the privilege of paying more or paytag t fu-l
.. those alone who attend our Bnday b s stittion, baced and curin warranty *deed. AllFor o cash per ent discount
S t aat aum e ~ t .. schooLH I do not recall a case n the nanced by leading ithetizens. A ps Large Stocc of Shells
a t t- t be a ht W tougt the gir ston ears where the necessary of experienced detectives have been i ars, The 5 room houe are upon the the
v-er e rrwd&s its banks, and t be- doe settled but now rank Mye pply of books has not been given. I engaged. Some of these men were Gdi W e room etor now takes occaon ttion 12x15, d g rm ,
<,*i"n sSt* psI San a am ......11L.Ed, former..1Chan. F. Eaton t the Pinwell-keown thalbk the donors. with the hope that ..















it costs mIllmon to maintain a soes us of preintles because. we doubt not that other congregathon in formerly Priedwthe Pnkr JolasSOi & Son. back gallery, grate through house and e i$kither sou
o a the a the ~ow e up to emr eal stata In the the city have dom the same thin. But ton and other leading detective agen- P_______r price on terms of d tt15.00 down and t 1t.0 pe t
t" - be Imbr U.Amaev Timesm te manifest inference from this de- cled in the coun. per cent discount-Abstract titles.
Set oKO the rivr, ot becae whei" mx. tplorable condition is plainly that the Mr. Eaton has been engaged in this .
Swt hrver flows csee t oa r f rsat, should provide the books for the eowok a e Dr. Mallory Kennedy. Th property is on West DeSote street and alose
to Debs is -quote at ay ng that he children. The cost would fal pon recognized as one of the leading de- Mrs.- Park place near Jackson street hard road is now wi
no tted fr the the parents t t he same as now and tetie in the southeast. He has returned to the city and remed Wes t End car line. This sect is rapidly,
t" Mr. Taft seem likely to lad that the the cased tautlon wotul be very been efcent and Sstsuccessful rai his arre a tt
dphv hpi nio aout TSe heT O BER e .oe w n re hae resinelordeatoaelew heray dhiregaropte.OficewInfaar ine wi o rcthe
gasWoliste river bankcl. us the we l h e th ol greatly rded aIt h as bove ual bt e aorgfer outO mary murer ese Buding. Hours 9:30 to 12, and 3 to and publ schools will be bult, and a general nera
00. al rtheec hito le pot; ladra tl ere in our ay ooln this cilace, y. to be known woout mak can pay for one of these places in a fe
S whrves r a My wat the mat -h n rea al robbery of the parents of teristes and brought the guilty to *U 6. hone ss. stopped to thnlU k that in 10 years time payg ret
0Mnotorh-o sttes.hHedha sel bes dastue esdo teek. a e Ea kons some m_____ you would pay your landlord $1200. a So really you o
t h a river. Ifa things keep on as t-ey ar aoiao ped. We know, at least those of as ated-- acoks n .d crimInal cost or interest and ta s. You have to pay ret
atcolas magnaigcent hartr cane now it wi a not be long tl the on who have had anything to do with the Mr. Eaton was elected .a delegate not put it in a home of your own?
.,o .he g M J Olt tha 3 W "or5 w-l Publicaschoolsl. wthog t dthedwant was ofu$25,000.utoroacbs othelprojectuisrnowl ll nep-c
O H ea wo maown Ttlmo w ... .. .. .... . has been being. n incornarite I a main officeswGRAND INITIATION BALL! thf a .. . .... .. "-Y ._ P















un t0U milv Ptad a the a tr money. Nuol will profirst "nduv tion theu oruina pw B co-n vetion. HeI -mme We o.aal sae n roau- pains ine the construc tn IBN
St a ly asm tohe r tra t a aI nte. done from the charity funds ofeal the o the atheeency are lotedan reso m now Tsk Ath w iaep N te O
WA"lP[ AWA.l P 0. 068M So .Tueoa a ga yorura o ao s dou cht-o aad from private cntributlonss.. 22 and 24, Uno a u ingEN.O CONCRTtBND.. be thewst yer t knd In i t







deemsary aimses of taaasposlation to have tob nerve to tou"h iee from n 10 per cent to 40 per cant and Chiefs of Police, and will be a niliated thint k
WsT comaer e into the port; ad even more. There I onne s n o more reason with theo leading detective agencies sask anything more. Will take pleas show at
hile ere raroats wad hp mat- The Swaee eme at expressed a for the state to attend hool bud ay n.. the Un itued States and foreIgn Aa-aee.
tselp vsti- Water co- desire nme weeks ago to know some- the2 than books Oen Isas ecesaryb tea *n'eit on-A orp cal it a a
Wm t.hough d *a go qre uesti on .. .... shooL. Idot the pre all oin the sphere of pagpnoar tee e been accepted by Gov. Broward, he t
Nwr Oaltvt --wnsa eseit port o. e mmiga n was dielg. Iton the last ten or ow rote tb er thec r LeWeill ap ear beforuth e e. ots a "-s and s us. We've a mehage REAL ESTATE LOAN AND INSURA-
b*re s-myneIts were known. The rail- nation tles betn received the Demoa dren. This Is in a general o-d juries o eral counts wr for you. Can only deliver s2 PHONE 91
o4wito have iy adoed too a Of Vay b u WO her great a crat is keeprg very el about itdrst auction t our preet o of cs h
ite ith Df anit ,th O" uptoOr roda dsatus reInOt he nd the iyhv oetesaedciu while you are no ldcere, we Aei e se ENTS THIESEN BUILDING. OFFICp.
o the" -v-- I a= gre nanoe ho b rorlio,--bt relHe at aimme hai The t "est Ierencefrom thoseldi oe Dy him"as state Dtconive. H ... A pe r t man ttes








Wt"acolraas as eeol ntdhrbor b r. epthis t eopainl th ahe Mr. waton is now aet work wi th his would call your attention to ____
N- tesalMa grentae gas pa o t e- adn at the expeam e of the dl ts educati on. One ditulty I a po. assistants aching his new buslnl s r handsome R gs Druggets S rr w

r we e er nto iamedf. It he ettertains a hope a thes no ay .a m anw them Why Jates asGrt Wrnd. Y ociadonI hered announce mysel as a canedate Aurews as Ra
16 0 aloat dsa- w e- otul rh ente thran-- hWolt aftoaf tAh or rarf t of Je r at .iedma-ld _ever ,y be- ae 5f...... N. nficetA-.u.esfls nhi at thatt ecbu wi l ,.s .








-x4** n but best of all wueld be ofk some time being elected presil attended it the parents Dot a ee veryb tody & 5anesvllle, O., knows ty.gularericeeto.nBlosnbuet f ieinti
p etset we o vlnioastly in quoalsy and st ldt rlage r writes: dMy husband, Jymre I, rm B keeping from our store, as most votes of al vt s ho t ews. MIMvWe
mae f~-riehtrpaesIdthe pen t im a J er dewa ire arb the laov sixteen yenal, eo I quey es he owes his it. fe ato the use of it may be paid later 0 w.
tpoor ch igtes t o o drn n y trwoualte tt lyta l et Dr. Klatsated a ty ut J any d o S. s y Tr
'the railros. Iad mpel the ratl- alt romoegl. a m goe p e Wknow. ateaat for more lat u gs were so severely nal &. cot ountere an ou da a
eds to serve the fright payrers can nowt andal." Buot be lonwhy scandall ? ttowhan 7v ler cent of the school pop- eosMptitonwaseeed le led ste t te for tm o r ama
Oat.t.e atlarge o theast-Dm*-,orttic nea








the lowest rates r that tMds can tMand Worn't contest, coe et, or quarrel latsof. Some y books, a a iaed recommended New Disevery t held oveber, ad olt the n
4m a of h e huigest a commt a e of the ie mo itfl tgnofW dtr
1 &#a"O mem 1 serv es me ernetth th t teonoc t hne ath.in Dr. Kfaomege hnn votes of aw voters i th y


" sustain. a-- . tion between oattea daao a- 01t- New Discovery s the Kla of throat O ala eI a puAvsa,
Railroads can be monopolied, water- nterested t the affair has been guilty tendance, that is the number ell- amd lung remedies. For co ghs d Atnd
ways can not. of an opnse which it would be us- rolled and not enrolled re, colds It has iequaL The Arst do Subscribe for The Journal" :s
'therqi liek the supreme advantSoage byg to the dnty of the court tieMt mu e it! ndr
W waterways. t e s large. It i alarming to observed as o0. Trial bottle free.
We have referred to New Orleans I do, having peculiar Opportuaitles to ,
d the tMlss pi river. We have reral our brothers of the state do so how many bo land gs are GRAND INITATION BALL! A
" uur ive-, t a very. P a a ,- m or or lesn annoyed be- growing up in this ty wthot the AT ARMORY HALL BY
S!aninimadppl river, bat a very smll I cease ex-4OVernor W. 8. Jiensd tL rudiments at a common scho educa- PENSACOLA CONCERT BAND.
part of the cost of Improving the Cc eao prieW .prt th tion. I realize fully that In many WDNESDAY NlHT.-ADMIION ENROLLMENT BLANK.
.U.th of the Mississippi river would IotSuc a prominent part Inl the lstaees necessity drives a great 15 CENTS.
WasLt. inland water co-mmucattina Ige ls as nloe chre ______ Because I am opposed to boss rule, to the control of the government
- P"Wo-l- wold have taea the hint from the predatory corporations,
at thepe o res r and reret out Railroad Employ s vs. M r. Taft Because I believe in the referendum and the recall, an honest and
* Co thst anals Waterway p-.e of the limeMht. But it Is not the government administered by and for ALL the people, and in ti
Wm tshat appeals speduay t i P ms" t that get into the front rank of the INDEPENDENCE PARTY as enunciated in its Chicag
....ims. in tlese w1i"eows. The 11 *0reheedof Leow he Eaginer Journai. inMay, 1 of the INDEPENDENCE PARTY as enunciated in its Chicag
aiewbere today Th Joural p rint sid: *Juge Tafes dsiselen presaimas um.* ofthe B. of L. a I hereby request to be enrolled as a sympathizer.
a pWrta of a reoeat addwes by Hon. This girl controversy Is becoming band of cespirater." Name. Stet sd Number. Prslmu
inemph Ranm ell, the leading demo- dangerous. Taking up the Tribune's Aleo, -We canmt mspt Judge Tafts dsieis in any .ther light
-ratde advocate in Aerleca at river 1Pstle s*etaUon that *mca ttan l to r-tif- Ii1111 and the liaerti of OW c*s-a
M4.harbor s uev..an..Mesoft .chmwe ste Umam amesa ho u isedn te and te s m s o e people
Sbaaor .agemt. He -ts oplaJoaral assert that it has only a It is, wAll b6, and a fi he tbe amInim and repudIntd by all liberty
1t15, taocts whh are emxtrVmeltbr ulmted knowledge on the subject and viag enn."
MDth even it thby h ad m- Wng t_ .kea matters worse by a in-
pa ofwehae o N0s1al, and The = Wthat Agalachieola girls go bare- -
SL1i ed Is r it ms, epeial. f i i- thit Of striplpng the -l
"y p -w-..- a to re"a te article ie sI M o heWr pr ll o e iftthe"o u t"
t001i0 to. Wh easicr'as aty to ~e nalkw **eTtall eSf Trilbua 1 8g the above, cut out and etur to
Sh ow prt. whether t tw a wl k o any LOUIS P. A Secretary te C
N-Mobile. N5Peasa St. Aadrew, tbaw (hat getd the prietg or Peraa
2ama ,c City o ApalhlO.ia, 0;e his case. As for s anad the redslip- p s a ll in a l Or cut out, paste it at the top of a sheet of white ae get al the saminr you
aI be to hobvieMl to retire f> ane d daira of the west coast =a- R a above addres.. free.
Or sumanthmstAe OW Cost lamsl tingeM we an ready to how you. iiii


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se malie willTa
wm rw 685 o0 y5
at any time ad WO

have 2 bed rooms
6n ihi,. front and
ith front lot 10xlW.
$100.0. AlU cash S

t Joins the Kupotria
bin a few blocks of
is almost an assured
property. Churches
se in value will take
w years. Have you
if $10.00 per month
rn the property at a
here you are. Why

I arrangement of
)erty, if you do not
story, then we don't
any time.

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Th il b=fta be x- wayto C ioplbe the Work on Co the bod
IAale0101 boa"-.tevy Road.b oIhory .a-- l-.
S.* SrSb I II h a 9 5l we compiled by Oct. Conttraits y ot oly c
ST-, Ma o A--7 -"-t- D or Turner. who is engage n or n- ch s
S, -- -I -. Ihtye. a 1 f el strectt the cemetery road at-
,._ IS vm m .. e 1 moa_ H. > toJ to Jach ar *or __ is flee prper fot, bt Only eleed that use oetd wfl mt le aa s7 e
s..._ ur, n e. : S3 p i. rse bt i Lady Cook, Eng.sh Sufra.- __. ^r o ,,-e pores wCh ,
wih.... ...... .. S "S S b..c t des J ? Atrr yivses in w NoSlv. 1a ed u ra s. p a
---- C Club w--ll bee 'entrtataed b t" dea't get t' --' g_- .t .r SiaD S She Is COrTAOWAkg elk between now tad Oct. 20 thett date IvOry Soi
S, .. i.. l t t tOh lI w o l s wll iee the completion t the rod,
m t w _. t lF wN. .a e e _ny winsawn .r butR fSor vai ntr.it Pw u s
Wt Das A Clb 4 will meet w& s wy ar with y. : T Icaused uch deay and al was
*4 t m Y Ao^-^ .. . .. N I-
A'bed *- Ibo#Aamountr at 19000VItheclay, making it necessary to
am&eme longs to touchehewisA"rthlda portion of the road.

w.wl.....lcS c.. PeRSONALwt,.1h4Mh. P'S .si Srett, who RESOLUTIONS. -IVTM
ini4 Club wffl met atte7rrs Club Mrs. L. Farmer. who he ton Sir reei IS ** I RN SLV 1p, I f,|,
ets sd hem, has returned home. She wil ITeamense a baa arrivedi jn wedLuv eRsi.y on Deate of5.
i. O. U. 1t y at cl~b return to Birsiehsem some ttaime New York. She will remain thi ---. Sl
SNo_ __ Dae ber. nlty l a t.,r the o. u t. S*BS_': I.

-am t --w--a gonea -sise",'Ieupls awdvsie whethlaerd
-" Bridse Clab ame with Mia Ba She ts ,a admrer of Bryan and -- Ngval TU. t Ro G.inesv P, O.t. .-The t,^ *F ,

-i, pleasure Of her may rlC s BryM i-w.er. way of Pensacola, formerly a student of- .
br Cl'wlomartThe many rnos tobar.uYorkt abe mnd1ets es colawNavyYar d* theWn uvety:eenno

nd bes. ten arllithe ttithe naI have. rlef wil...t he.a
Zea e bwillheteretas in wisdom ,ty retAve ThirtK Rdheoa


St reethe- ho meno r i gtke taaca h rtt o tha t hir d the U3 ws- C t Or d


A de-ar at I Am.. eonesdomes Mr-_ w. a. anthe, t l, _,__ t fma f e ra -,,- tSo d.carry ,- t .r
____e ? .ftur It ft ..ett ha we nteot sedeeral d a th the at r e detie S a bot a otr ort of the .e.o.. f-rth_, that the l tet t defeat the ordi
i togE away some hoase ti ter part of last'week. OAt Wetric Bttrs, thaR in any other 'tios tepect spre.d *9- 1-ity waleh prescribes eevt
MC" withLth1. rm e ap, wWo rtE stm gI -.
aNew rk, r or me other r remedy l of.a Sold uader guar- ea ona of the tent body sad the
Amistplasi .w t i meet a r g 'esd. The many friends t f Rr]. J. A. anter at a is. a lty and that a copy be fare l which open air ett
1, 4 p tobe tm Farmhnery who s hbeat Are
iL m hlra wm at a d te m i.. *" IJ'""- McDAVID. the bereaved ty: a at-ese eldll a t and Serbida rhem
*jBBrm i. ,i O Pl lYjR is Me l lou worlte f'l st ler somh, leslog Wsu hew of t heo I hors wlatoh thshe e MshtIhy oe Mrh. f -a. A.e oy my 1 mlly. Eve
hampMerreturnedreoa&tleoyn be pbitla0Wd in the 5-ethIREy
,AMolIB A' 1L f tiW. C tlhreutu nxto irigh ms omeiUose e r cola aNd GYok.S w icile papers sanl la Army of this ati
Ss0. uts t D cmber. cityma ulrsasttisi e e s the ntiroinda Pestu t be smed l
B tle Ol tMs o a sset s "f with br 7s as an dir of Bry an een tdot e have WYATT -r. MARTIN. -sdb to tte ,sho ns atI
W a -rt peA. wee tey Wiatsn h ben It fTr c_ wetot THO t C. TOMPmNi a palt a1 they "
IN*pleasuMr. Jemes havig lseetptes the s.t SBlMtbtmlgs a teou wa rh S

can.-_but she ao e. sheMocota YreuLugtnhcely vVnd et the
PAP VTeaMag-MIss omle Coutfrio. ee.rs Hold h wsia otrIncl ad t-. ..
.oi -Eay. A. f. MAUiM-issDotraCla le. Flae
IS n a rn th av y il a *e been absnt for a few days on TI. w Ah 8 y rieued to prevtvthe

wil soo, b e W al to resumwe their s y lr uh .G i
to a r. Rley Caidwell a ve ry slk ** o =
ml P rS^o |fr TAL'a u4 cos 'U heV last Miss Mabie McDavlid, Mrs. Ali shul kn the i value mee it
Snig ht. with Chairman M prs- Caro, and Mrs. Walter McDavd spent
.tM t ele a! e e t Lat e'tae welt Pfthi which is the most pe f oo J w n theo tSt .. sAn-o were re-dy If ho S pr eyr toeastaving-intato ch fy a1
HBIf i jh ae is the salversal dlivorceh- i t mcetved fro Tax Asnsor Richards adien. the following aWouul be do vYaoua
ow.a... t s tbeetWCsgo. Th e a-Tthe ord or the brain workers, cdery and approved by the board upon ac- Mr. Mallory WilHams of Peasaeola t-A. r t a dra
I1 whent at thi easttsyr. That man is far too ._ i- Kmrosseptace. Is vWt tng relatives In North Me. c' ha Ik
Sa h ta to be the wr gro bo aow total valuation of David.tt Chrl W write:
t aa te fun. ing children, and the m e "e over SooO.OO, a small om Mrs.. C. McDavid spent a few have ud Vl r every aber
| ga ir W&Vat hi 1*0tJ mn is ten thoeased times n,;i'di,. aerease over the valuation of the year hours with the family of Mrs. 'J. A. of my family. sd have never been V
SEg gf rm rinfoe a i em mysterious working classes. n previous. At the rate ot tley as re- McDaVkd last Tuesday on her way to dasaid tn its reu It a
Se m o ba drp hmark i e'tala between cently fxed by the board of 211-2 Pensacola where she went to place _
B '.+ _1. o-f the m and his It's apn unspeakable tils, this will briug in an estimated her d -aghter, Miss Nina- McnDvid in Di a arMy To-of s
t W edy. raiAr er itf that boy i- -&. | te- revenue to the couasty of about t135,- school ch ial *t a't*"
weIr prlvilegMiip e ep. Iea.I elmec be- ">0. Mr. Jas. Williamson made a flying Mr. J. F. Bradley, et New Brag-.
SWie his an sy boys are more trip to Peraeola Friday. wir, ., write: 'It i a u ihe a

h.e."e we s m t Tihe Journald a Fashion Feature Bow.anwent ovr to t.e. I i ea
Si rI y e Atmre a few days ago and brought sas. I have e my asm
fulS.tis ea find" her son, wag ho, who was quite faily and can mer t rom
hwe vry teide a neM bu e f eort the *im- sick, he was attea school tiere. V
*FF Ases~e hs? thi l We see him-n we Arthur a youaser see has been quite Weri-ece."
a^Sw m-l tm tir wien we fellowal Sick too, but we gre glad to know As a body-bulder sa ,atxmgth
"aF$2qS- S2o m at 5e t bre L Ia.tu fellow slu-- that they are both better. creator for es peopleaa damen B ilsI
SAhave i do her euL tt P -ti'-.sG. les E ps __h
t*at she han LtlMytebeonh1ee ItpmanTadhrthe bus- proved sic
e2oorat b t Mt ssi e -oof doldr aMst Mr. o., E. Bowman has moved t"e colds. brachitis, sad all thret sel l Ulha
aft ets th father ofa well P. 0. and his stock 5ato the store for- luen troubles. flus is --ssted.. -
Sia ^ Jewelry ethe w wobigus bck tocuyie C somehe h the sore Try t e our r to re eeup
S. 0 ^the tmas 'when tht father was the painted which add a reat deal to If it falls to give ausIn'" Wi '
gly e cmaoy I a the world. J tee appearance of it. Pharmacy, P B .
your boy to make a dollar o isthe price Mim ILI 6l i** is spending
yoa put upon him. Who'll deny that
l of pretty the old familiar relation beliegs to a
j^ eas **me *",*ne l-y past sad that 1n tht age the father
utwM them out, sKm the so are oleparative stran- a
.rael5s, your oyto m. a Gtrand Dqispla y ne
a forgets e ll of thWlbe day Ioru a great
F Tenee*". Ine rs aigw rmp wth his bo.. A partnership
'rabas Yth that he sia
ar.net Fwt.&aReMny _Ms__tohe


Taft PURR' Few TORE.


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pof Dsoy mberall
r. OI8ASON,
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tib tsU511. Dlicades
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pskma. Moodfor t .
are o lgiu regularly. The
.. Telen o0. aristhi. arrive daily would
f inr *Ak the MesIkeeper's modth
water. .
Amdang'h hesat food things
now to eat flt w-h the ure food
Farwell & aine's glutea

m... Jeot *'dotr
Ibarot 11' Dg"OIL
^^^L 'I Hsry~ Flour.
N1usagiy eandy.
m m.& a mboa's Teas and
couess ksL pad tias.
we a&.J =OmRuvw8agents for
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Owing to the fact that we were closed Mon-
day, we will to-day display the finest col-
lection of women's apparel. ever shown in
Pensacola. You are ordly invited to at*
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380101b& CL COGS lethey :madr
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IL -,brldiered bhMboim ofte911Wsof te"o auk-*I~p h timi
ArndpIM 5. broidered in vHS "*IMIoo a ndtam yof Jami maer-
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TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, LOs.


ftin ,lRI TS Tl T "~ "A~ -," ":JOURNAL WANT ADS

EDADNTHAT PAY R NaG RESULTS


May Have. Ab .S* ADVERTIS If i s, What You Have Someone Else May Want.


me. OF let se by
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N car, W. a rm Jei

.i d e e south, eya dept of t, eased 11" sa
...W S ..........9... ............................... 510.0
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.Doteem s, lot ..we.................,...................ON"
.,D(AL OPeTY 01 A.OL. INos To SUIT S YOUR WANTS.
f URAN"E9 A SPEWALTY. LOANGSMADE IN ANY AMOUNTS
AT CUWENT RATES"
S auts to Let "L the Wiat BulMing.
Rgt.CORRESPONDENOg 9PLICITED.,

SOTON &WATSON-
THK MENTAL. AGENTS."


RWAL WrAT6#
LOANs
INSURANCE.
Note our ad elewbere in to-day's Jour-
nal about houses you can own on the
rent plan. Talk It over wth your wtte,
and see us. ,

AgMeno ThfiesM e. ld



MONEY TO LOAN.
M TY6U WANT TO b1OW me y;
or If yo wouaM Ibe t letnd i omeat a
-ood rate of interest on gta e-
rtty. ty Tbe Journael Wan4 Cluams.
t the quickest, ealest and cheapest
way.
WE have 1nIM,.6l toun grmt
clas, a pem sent M est gag ft r eal
estate in amount trees
rou have worked foar your imney, moW me
Work for you. The sher Be"t to
ency,6 SOe. Palafox Street. Li-Ua.


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DWELLINGS
WEST SIDE.
212 W. Wright St. ............$20.00
1800 N. Palafox St. ............15.00
905 N. Reus St. ..............$12.50
724 W. Zarrg.sa ...........$10.00
1315 W. Jackson St. ......... $10.00
207 N. Reus St. ............$15.00
BOARDING HOUSES.


$2060.00
For a lar-e 2-story dweltg
houne and store combined. en the
northeast corner of Maxent and
Government streets, en two lete.
This is an Ideal location er a
store.
Terms, $50.00 down and OUM. a
month.

Call and see our list
of property.

FOR RENT.
EAST SIDE.
1211 L Cervantes St. .........MAtD
Car. 13th Ave. and 0th St. .. .14M
Var. 15th Ave. and 14th St... g.0
No. 308 E. Intendecia ......1.0
STORES.
DeLuna St. .................M..
30S aI mteedeela ............ S &
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g tPeNTAMANP URANCE AGENTS. Are you goin I per .t. y The Pensacoia investment Co.
thatI & P- N..oon i _tw P w.e 30 E Wright St.-...3...... ...... .13 o ah Ta
tht o-gto..... P N. nr t mortgageesN th on Pal5afox5-room house en ego.ry.. .5.00 Store on euth Pal
erty. at m1rtg a g e s -i ie-W St. .......... .0 St near Pslagg
OT LomMI 21AD *, Ins nt

HHOA enal r-nt Rsh.rt -k s -11 lalVal * .-- D, n We have for sale at a sacrifice to right party, a large ead
r At oace, ssmal colored a_ at VwI 8H LB at a bargam, a lot aUI125 terma I X UI e py- factory and planing mill situated at BaSgdad and Pensacela,
AterS, IOSadly Breny at O S AX at a bargain, a loated atm.4 h *- .- ___ I Is up-to-date in every way and can be purchased ea very r
I f i -- at N. O Street. Apply on premisea. $ *-8 rooms, bath, gea, electricity, .
I L tMm Bu sa. C sewer and *-l modern. No th Bus a cottage Home inHE FISHER REAL ESTATE A
.or Wisth. ongsR. AdrsUT H & eRNEes PCano an, o, l --9 rooms, East Gadieden street.b BSt Residence Section
.sas" Address as emet w, P cash. Can phone Ss w* -M M tween Sth and lth a vnues. Bath. g--y ." .. RnT CO rCTOMS,
a na-a. 'ot wt oate st. octlw* r -*- as. eectri. $5as iobalane. of East Hill, block from 'RTe RTA nrSf H i--SboLo
and -- . -- n 8 Der ents .his h m ae st over R AL EST A TE-- ---N TS ...... ... n *a LO A M
H ?..a^^ sn heo. Lo sm e BOAARD Am ND ROC os. car line; 6 rooms, new, 206 s. P.1es., o ph... pp.a
.....ps sons ** *I* ta. area.. aew BOAd]R.]D ANDr ROO $l 00--6 rooms and han, East DeS- ""
VS % ... u .- v --ornear 10th avenue. Lot x137 bath, hot and cold water,
___ loaParist talg arLsta hm a E.state and OH RENT-Rooms s2titae for -ht 1RE--o rooms and hall, new ast Jack- Sanitary connections, 9-
B?. 'L..s ... Ala. at-eSSf SrS. .ssnoi aaS.u .. and s foot front and side gal- HELP WANTED. FOU
OR BA.IW-11ats 7 lo 1ve. eToncan buy a home cheaper now than
n mm . W.Marte. 73 Twelfth Ave. you will be able to later In the year. lery. Souu front. .are WANTED-A boy with a wheel to do OUND-A place to
-d lo12tlw BOO.. ..IS csstD. O FlR on i25 mp to lend In amounts from $100 p. collecting about the city.. Addreme modeled and rem
St 44-ch b 1as. T 1, 1o An oItreet o improved real estate. lot. The balance like "Collect." care Poateae Box 14. ...... P*
10 am a P. e.abolt Ilte per FO RENT-Two .-.-.l rent. Don't slave for WANTE-i.ady and tem can-
=- -LanA" a ro sAu% su tb your landlord. aC e to h andle u se l i as a rtir ae
._f ve g U _AuL-- . ...-..e .d %oatherm at monig&s.Phonen. IMsi' tet - 310 W. Governmmt St. oet4 that Is med
WSdim^ W M. Iwe m 20 wb r. sCash or on Mo. ..... E.BPoMs E .A 5 iC lots on1 6th ave- tcima AM a g th

O& swam Moser At..ta-r Best t. a Gilloa t ye(Ines" .> tcheapiest property Wasgtomg hou. se o t yearly O
.....a OL,. I t w vtefamily.One bloc rom 43 South Palafox So tr. eet.Win tissection ... $10 mi toe o r
.i.A loed bain asolt f Stihe em on Ba ou East H illcar line. near waste f ront. Rochester. N. Y. toctd* iedt streets, by 1
Stna eeSS. Wsu-a e ..e o ala. Go, tht e li5ieniiata cost Ref N0erences exchanged. Geatlefie pre- jInn wf RllUirk WANTED---A Eao m.it'A. Must be a eve, Oc err.
b~e? rahe Addrem, Boat. t021 0h.es aS ferred. Box 724. Penfmo Fla F. hfoar WOfS WAN'TEDA ood solctr. Must be ehe Oct. crn
P elles eep t C tagea e a- atl e la at $ woe ok th Pla- o elPHONE BO rat once, between 1e and 2 e plock. 10o2 N. lDac s *ahoes with
D o iedersfor frs h mea t A o rem a lots eo West BOARD AND -1 OO -LaseS trge 0t m old nerw paper are ue at an t m 304306 The n Building Alcanit o ca ser bo wth d. n slk handle
S w s. ver mP l to I..lalt *Am' = h ouseasornerle.1 pig eranotlySand ct pouirees t e r er n the store or I the hem. IurIaat ANTED--A house grl at one. 510 N of shina.
P^^U ,e M aiS l I t A e n r l t N g G uoi ler t S itp nm a r d Se I b. e p t j o u r n als s lls th e m a t A v e c e n ts p e r b u n d le W Na ..N st eet. ,3oti
AATe I r-le etso ono .... f an, North,"TWOeln cls i -. ey are neatly ted ad convenient to -ay
B set A" Ulm owseem e-baDnd' BAim lts t o good p r o Jrneighborhood.-Ap pan t S. 42C d co-AGENTS WANTEd In every section to ------
-t m wie ts wus t icthemto rlp a lteS tae et rer of 4 1Man Zar gossa. lsept write the best accider t and health In t 1 Aa
,h rltto u2. B rter DV al W5S No ao fre. W.OINTt ..TER RESORT-The ."-Old Mill.. Inn. AP1 A surance In existence. l week eay sta of Jo A






,estvreersh r,0e -o r, idef raom. posure. _phone and Inth to South Aabama s d earry a smal ad estab ned hotel in cty tree b. ....
een Co t Cttece wth s and ath one c car line, will be open for the W A orida aata w NOT




,. TI &team raghgs4nr h.o_ nwth sock onr 1 V made.lWritu n gl tte f Lgal t Atdt a

S lots eorte o s oN bi nSts r i- 1 Addressu Ailaa o r.rMO eltdt a m ll" tt ted in t aS .
an ces. nd s w tasLARGE. Well ventilated assesswith. eat- In PeaclamF. F he Rome 333 osept Apply Circulatneia at Joulnal. ote eo a






4-;. X.Ani dre S t-Na ta tahSTen _P Pe $.a00.or f lle u ( A I JL M r- Ufortsalesou south ofr v est of Mtd s
16 JO HNd A1eestt ax-r exL.nge oo.tr atlya property, omm ;wove io I w aw block 44 of the New
ss fft am Gasprvma e td pm.-ttG ad thl .I J. C. YOUNG will retyir Mour ambrelo tre t t e of_ 0 f.eet o








-A1 to gete O x-G1111% ftt ., r-O el or atmg=' IIn .th De a u or der o
WO atel. e hloo.t Pttot- blu eand amber referec P 0 o 37 na A & ta of s t
|'sWnthte8uW. e I1Sid to no1 a| mnn n pON ofDen Of1 =ot






.bl andt--o e o*Hatb.. ..... ....... ...._.u TB orS II r at .--eTe S.itween I e s ... .. I
etm. Aeha r a on1e. l. nt..Gsueo and nt AEVERY HOTELadsFlod& MO FULLER HOTEL, Apalchicao..Oldest2 pt e tb o.
N, a.f i psure.r hone andbat *t. te Southo Alabama should carry a small ad established hotel In city free batht,









.n "ti..S aa 7le sfe..o m Pe- oremnthforfor lines lees. tebwr eek.lttJ eki s.IPrep A ,wa O & ltn adl -ma n Notihe its nk e oereby
aanloeaae O ft Ol i verthHill.totrt Privateofamaily. Ar- in this column. The cost isnonlyoobestservice. Rates 1.5l and $2.5o. Spec Wnty








mou milee1y stai oend or______ so nice o O __ w h L-m up of wi Goodl, on ANDch 1_____ w_ w
I: k $nar-. Fine os r ohtest, aouseo eetc.yea rl.d Janato. n., .dCuntaN







^ Weg tea. |0.O. mSbe you would ---" .. .lace;as tt, htorn s to ure f is for your i IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE what iel otie pne





Sbfor Sa opter m"-th. a e Suabe for breakfast- for .ale or an e b echao ; It land above dsrb..
fiOO Ter monHala make no derence whether you want to scult Court at Penta




.A ns ix^. asoo tlor Aotn Cav y P.t u No t atter which ote io if you ra serAate. a ASa ago btwhe e n, a srde b. tier Je h.r
OT ne.t o .lotse.str and Rtaapst toroYlot d 2o f



erm d .. G ut ud se' went any or aue of theo there's ril dttl bt we








.... -a-t .are. OR BAL-A larfo quantity of old ERCHANTS TRA4SPEnh CO., Th B. Florida. B. H. Hati
Sr t new a.papenr ao t raae ent, bueendlen an ea way get Ve Thorse e, Po.,t e Tei al Stor .s of lorida, Henry S. Ch




m.. An ,-ean and itypoeyready fo r usee. Jurt the l~.k- mov.n. and ha"int. Prrnitre packed
"THIS FOR THAT.W t to w or 'ck b a Junt turn want p of r pt 0 Non., in o 8.
HRaLrr e W Dinwbbsk ohS. calulafs Srt. Jaresulsae d









.aW e o our Ad..? Th ey are boyna wonderful thint rn Mus t wi i i y It coWts Ao ore t e Lebest.Have of Nde Gi-e decasB.

Se ww l y riatesresuta cor other people and why not you? are hundreds of people hare t t at the aes Prna C.. 24 W to undermined with
..A.. A eanthe.. are not pens R ae. t Po a Government the lr t publication pao



SheS OR a Td onh nn. tokens at ea c ulle orpkin u te Jaer to e whait ey averwings. Largspplry ofAnn Gos o ho Ant etm 1b.

golct dti. .onwretds wfiun dhe roowrha oy. exchange it for hsvmethetng te J o aiensrt- w tthe pruc t ote e


BOWL--- Fwor tance: Yost Sm1th EDUCATIONAL. RRcoaen
onmast ieavR *town nms ound- GO"LL OERATORlCUR ornoeJO
iT-On or bet-S res-th- a black -mabout1,crn- aT te w her ou wan t t e ha e y rs
*arot, srroudelwth whiteanl ful mnye tree*. No He seeks whi buyer for hes hre.lotreo a fo tothSaneJ oxe-di September 2, 18.
CustetoraetfTth ROMuSounhertsp t on reu Poe es. u ea wses,






o'- "w"rhitoouhetpnpl e o ey or poultryP or ro or cowp o by lt al Elol k s lct Flm oiJhenr C
vwwLOSTaee. u centso abun. ,ndharing.Furniure, a c...





F glgest, or phone13~0. Sotat t adveekusi0......J linOR aAhurnry. NORML ('OURSECOiSERVATORY %i,: bo responb
SmaA lltand AND POULTRY uHam eo. they iain d-Munch.




lBT--An Amb Back Comnt with ,wtt a An- J ............... H\ Evans Brown, who is going into f dgi.t. aust!* ul teach~ln. Certitcate D-"mbr. F,
R M band. either oTH Barcelona. Aoy Js t nfrdimenn tawap e. F ot rOe t Phone J. H.


Sa ylen etwret. Rward if retar. to weghthe dry goods buses needs W 67, .u loetim Oct. 5.8 T.
t osthCirvanteeg foaeping orupackingspurpoiesens*Tnt Dph7sise g
tOJBATFHtime, sdanoOR A De MtnoUk A tees. dtiteisa












WTPO fhrINTED DOGS. near poorhouse. Bred Jerset bu for l ervecad Rates yo 3 u? r Kindertarte mat 31( W. 8tsr rantao ds.n Oct.



white, with liver RpotI. vey loe S ta advance. RoLer Owl.ey. corner 9th will sell his automobile cheap. trfet on Moday. October the 5th. Phone al it trpulicate w
eses. has d w n round leather collar. a tene sad u oeh treet city. 2jt -hr aweptim t11 a. ra.d yesber n
io red. at nady has wart on top w O a er hio summer cottage at a sac- i t n naSmS 1ad
clack. Ju, above tall. Reward torOR SAL-Tw o mules. Leane E. n t f MR. WLfAMe PACErHAM. Mus. Bac.. amanwetm. at
to W. Martin at MMahn Brooks. 3o-tlem race. b k sOrgante t of Christ Church. Srinetat ats dat beela
)31,W stables. 120 W. n te dmncl. 27sept /. ... Piano, Theory. Leseonas at Pupils' rest- de t o t $10.S .to
SWHIT r C-or prices and dencens; also organ. P. O. Address. Pen- n t orahed
r Ive away anew Iteted tea- information whte W e Mers, O. F You can never realize the sacola. la. leptm* the he A
dith vut ORTHA t of Dabeya Tn profit these little daily Want PIANO LESSONS-Mis ORtrode oFred-
See, at e Tea te. Phone e. b WANTED-e by a good mlch cow. man. rPhone 272. 222 W. Cervantes St.
aspt2 Must not vhem les than 2% als. fper Ad yield, nor the volume of lept
ada. Thy brnge a Ciow'r' Carohrwranhnn Box 844. tt. y? awahudreslo Phonee 36ha Ma d am






at try The o 30septSt n- .sies they npeosent util MRS. WILLIAM SET. Conservatory "HO an I re
s War t bon 1Thea os to arn nh d drl iTh n. graduate, has had lon and successfRARwl bereToni**






A a Ase erts almost Cat. At any WANTED-ed uh cow at once. A- ave carefully read and in experience n an ttrc: ready ,
t ab are worth ea. r oen have ply W. e o' r' to take advaed PIs in teeha*-, ---
a to 'aamn neelsear to rearUes || e-ti gated gtem. Start reading a phtuino and sl-,t..et.a. Moma Cmotserf SU.
,3 .. ... II WAKTKD-Th iublc to know that we ,c5 blnl Cwritleal M Study. sty.
TC TLE O W Ihave a e pt r und- Journal Want Ads today. Profits e k CompoARG aRT MeAr wo. ill eo for A s
PTE OS ,nA r ps. ed Je.rsey .b b Nfo s e F d. i ce... Rt y fh indrea wS- be e1ed o W trnraancan Ot 4.
.wen We Iw producer. Chier than Will accumulate quickly if y pan. New ad attractive th. I -
Sn hado Tond he eaok left aravne B-ie PneT. c. 7 astaseptlm. c Jtitic and read the
athersodr r ed, fat a thate.wtsoetoap overy dhiy. s e cg as a hoonl Otober tg at aSn d prin t.


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H. 0. ANSON.



mI ts. De I d...I__
distrlbuteos and all
debts or doaopds
Against this estate,
mnt the ense to ma
r the tarst publiMsati
September 1., 1"s.
D. BAUNDBRS.
ate of J. R. Saunders.

ICEL
given that the Ondr-
the estate of Jay L
ply to the honorable
Mty Judge afiesam
at his oaoe in the
n the City f Peaow-
d State, on the Uth
).. 1M for authbrty
PC the smaw minor, to-
interest of the' sH
S described rSem
ity of Peumteel.
lorid. to-wit: The
1 to 4. inchmsve, of
City TMaet,hav a
Sthe east aMe at
of 1* feet en san-
do) Oeta Md
the north 3 fest of
ocrk 12 of the New
tfroutee of g f-t
h avem, e by I feet
3troen and DeMoto
r to the ma of Mi

NNIE R. HALL.
Ouae"an.
Interter, U. 8. Lead
by thet
rren. FPiorna who.
de Homestead h al r
o. .0461)f tr NX of
TownshIt 2 NMth.
hassee, JMeridian, haa
n to make Rial com-
stablish claim to the
before Clerk ot Cir-
nola. Florda, ean thm
obby of Pintae 0
f. of Pine Barree,
W;4 Pine agsen,
ags, of Pine Bar3e,
ubb, Register.
septleawW
yen to creditors, leg-
tnd all persias hay-
Is against the estate
to present the e60,
two (2) years r
f ths notice
testamento sione .


is against the gende
deceased, to prwss
lerslgned within lee
rat publcation of th09
PH F. RHODUN

0 PUBLIC.
h or J. Ha. V
for debts Montracte
langror
IRCLOTH.
MARVERLJ.

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THE A, B, C OF INVESTMENT
.18 to buy wherb the property must.Increase in value.
and "Buy Where It Is for the Interest of the Seller to Have That Property
Grow."
The first rule is so plain that no argument is needed. The second of
these two rules-
Buy Where It is for the Inteest of the Seller to Have that Property
Grow, is worth most careful consideration.
The broad principle of Russel Sage's advice. "Young Man. Buy Real
Estate," will soon rank with Horace Greeley's aphorism-"'YoIng Man. Go
WVest." and the advice is good. but does it not strike you, that if you are
going to buy, you might as well buy the best, that is buy- lots with the
company that builds and develops?
All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensacola l'ts with any
.other property in or around Peniacolai.
We guarantee street car connections through to Magnolia Bluff within
nine months from date.
You can buy these East Pensacola building fots now for $50 and up,
each according to location, on the installment plan, at 10 per cent. down
and 5 per cent monthly, no Interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
and mertioge or all oash with liberal discount.
Only 250 lots will be sold at present prices. When this allotment is
sold, no further sales will be made by us until after street car line is com-
pleted.
Six years ago a few brave souls bought lots In New City for $50 each.
The street car libn was extended and many of these lots have sold
for $500.00 each. since then. East Pensacela will do as well. The biggest
boom that ever occurred in the history of the world. will within the next
few years take place in Real Estate, and mark these words, East Pensacola
will e a record breaker.
No lots old to undesirable parties. We shall have some Interesting
things to say from time to time, but the most interesting of all is this-
Don't Walt. Get in before the 250 lots are sold.


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Ther IS No hrk
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\Lo aisiana Coougrmmnan De. y costs but about / tents an hour to
Sr f- livers cel Adress be glad to talk the matter over with t


---- of h.. ses.s ad nios PENSACOLA GAS C
-WS(U1 OiireuU5S idal hic -* Phone 14& 24 and 27 E. Gar
subject of latlad waterways, which
are now creating mnch Iaterest In ___________________
this section, was tat of Colonel Ran-
-de ll of Louisiana, before the Nation- *
al Convention of Ameriea Banker s
at Denver. It Is In Dart as follows:
"The most valuable use of water at-- I
ter It becomes a river, lake or ocean
s for tranaportatio. Cheap trans- C
nie S o tae s n tea leh d e ebues world

Srailroads, but In the development Any arrangement to
Sno w oetod of : must be mt aotraaporta wsfaco ey and prort Ti r
am far b hid Holland, Belgium, Gert-t"
-.. 3 "- + -. *ay and PIarae. Taee four oe 2 8= 9l Sf La
tries of the Old World athorough Bh-
Sly alve to the ve. oh their wa lrd.lwtCiy Therefor, am eleCting your ban
S. v efreehthcarriers. They aecenal- have permanency mn view, and Astbli6
them by transverse canals at *nor-
i nm. f.sa e npe pat eight can ber P R..Ur present and future wellbeing w
Sexpense, so at freight can and largest bank in West Florida.
without breaking bulk. Paris, the me-
SKtropolme of Prames. is conneated with 0 V rth 6Fla bW. P
Antwerp, the great seaport of Bel- -
Jmesera Otllon & P&tury, of Nante Berlin, an interior city, Is joined to & Co.
0n l io fh-N4'l tf ew. C iAM l lbtl nr every part of- Grmany by a perfect Havn secure frd the U. ovr -
U Ma 1,lima or hd td iadmnetwork of canals and river. It must met that partion o Santa Roes Wand
vor Cogtlaess* L.bhe remembered also tiat the railroads ee at Sae pot ad
;- a i 'K.uahallml~mru e-m eime ark er-en ha stbee n ax ae owned by the State In Germaa dinl and ga--aeon m sinle e lt
011 thet lll Mtrk lm, 1 n and Bel giumaned thoro ughly regu- e tf PenSacola. Florida.
bu el-. .itatnle7 l"byM rs..ml l late In France, so that no unfair rail full tet o t.t law.
l, e & 0 "OWN competition with waterways is al- LC. P ETTRSON & O. Designated Depository of the Un
'. T. 1Maoe. of Staya. or, which lowed-a statement which cannot be W.--. e Pvs W. K. Ny ., Vli-pr
"+RSde bo N .:a .a. "M a~y 2lboi Kn gdoo or onn trutully a bot our railroads. .
S" taeins o the do m or Content. 'While this condition eXists abroad Notice to Water Consumers. D w . w, w M
S. ,^ -wslri S S fromm Ior An o, at Three Thou d Laborers ioee unbuspiey o inn t e extreme.th Water rents due Oct. 1st, rnens e Owc..
S. Ot resorts sept . i elubsicient suilaq hive been appro- if paid on or before Oct. 1O,
.. # liit :3 massd a AreRe-EmployedinMis- printed to complete projectsa discount of 5 per cent. will
1mMol M llpi is tt ,*e sissimpp Plants: Harlem and Oh e rivers, are appa- be allowed. Unless paid by
fth ek-g a8 r abing VSeo t k4 burface. rPlnw eutly as far from completion as when O
SJ.... e ek- la bot m lw y between the work bgasn tem ever thirty Oct. 31st, service will be shut 'MONEY
S Pn Cay aua. The ve yeas ago. No inite plan for the off and a penalty of $1100
_bad eviet -_ly foundered i the rweent By Ameesated Pres improvement of all the nation's water-'
Sw.e i t. burricane. CaptalB Hlnas reported that Birmingham, Ala., Oct. S.-A special ways has ever bee adopted, but work charged for turning on again. 1 s a C
f-,* for two s prior toasgwreck from Hattlesburg, MWas. Reports from )a begun and agmressed In a most --
he encountered a fearful ple, duringsaw mtallUs in the sarrounad*ia quntry nuaatisfactory way on certain rivers in the tea f most men and women, wh
Swhdich wooden awnings oat cover which have renamed operieao dur- and harbors, w itoutay attempt at KNOWLES BROS. convenient to have a little money, laid
61. ... and 'soe Toft eiro nda ye w lts ing the past week or will resse dur- a complete system of standard depths could C-I t oi Many tme ev
-" .' way.-ew ing the coming week. sow that up. and connecting chnaels for all, as is Inmuranc wold ree emh set of actual n
IS-> 'SIMlSB'^ *. a L -* awards of three thousand laborars ex- so. well carried out by our commer- Department is at yr disposal for the ac
_1e-ed fo Britt'h steamer andaow, whleh pert and common that have been idle cial rivals tI Egl0ope. Moreover, ap- FI Aamots as wRel as large, sad the small
ele aed for Ctte yesterday. with 3,BO throughout the summer, have been propriations have teen entirely inade- r soon yie the lare. Start an account
lssL 'tonss, lof har& phosphate rock, will go Igiven employment. The list made qdate, and ver ue pre need- ThElqultai and be prepard--has money in the B
fm ha 4- i 31 -Orleansa w.erbe- he s' does not embrace all tihe ia that ad At Oce for presnproe-cts. The LIF8 ASSURANC SOCITY OF NEW per teret, compounded qu
h Sr i S wih complete her cargo. have resumed, nor does It take l#oto expease of our 2avy or the past five a oo
o ..-er U f'a l 11s accountt the increase in number of years was something over S500,000- t F
Au'Ariv-d. men at mills already Inl operation. 00, and for waterways during our no-
mar e -At s, Cosalick, 1716 The market continues stiff a" buy-, tion's life aboft-5,0$400--nuearly
Saf, Galpwrto Gulf Transit Co. ers as well as manactarers say as much In w years for warships
. 'i U -i p S72othat the re-opf of them mtlls will to protect rce .Sswe have
Sandown, Br s, Paterson, 2773, for tha ve the effect of gautti tthe spent in a hundred ad eighteen years e Ce tli Sate. Oeplus, M
#-fr .S Catte, via New Orleans, with 3,000 market, but will merely Rl tlift to furnis that commerce cheap trans- e iai Tis fe SPle cF... w z 3...i . bs?. AN. s
w..t toss~~ (.ph osphate ,e*a. section to take care of toe ers that portatuo to t e sea. -rsdies Ylsee.5 & s i. S
S4'"" U O M1 1IN PORT. are coming In. "Moreover, it is. the bounden duty t CR TAL.
LST, V ELS N PORT*of the National Govemrnment to im- .
S*- For aore Feet. prove its navigablB waters, as the ___**_________ _
ht white t cet Io J M as rley. 1406.."I have found Bucklesfs Araic sovereignty over .tem for all 'par-
d f lSt. VLVincent to J. A. Merritt & Co. Salve to be the proper thing to se fr poses of navigaoti rests in it rather --
4C 1-M *G ,.omate r.BasRippon, 1986, Car- sore feet, as well aS for healing bei-as. than In the States, and It alone has n T
S. ores, cuts, and all manner of a- power ad control over them. D IR EC T O RY ela Bk 1
S..e tor ay a stoourt lBrw StEamnsi o, sions." writes Mr. W. 8tome .5liRt "Waterways from the earliest days D RC
P'" 01S0Marrivt""lDW S eSouthdlt*ti dStn p o- Poland, Maine. It is the propofthitng were the best me=a of transportation
0A NWO. o 9600 Of VOW Sandown.Brvs.lPaterson, 2773.too for piles. Try It! Sold iW s&W till the advent aSE development of p
Ta.plo toGlfCop Cptl, 0000,000.00
F ATrant Cor T too lf. entireo Ha. H antee at all druggists. 25. railroads about eighty years ago, and ROIONA. CA
SSSUt fl Br ss, Comdy Stoves and everythi in ow methe ods. NearlyT. YATE, M. D. ____
M a V cooled tvPete to J. A. Merritt L Co. Hardware. We have it.- Wm. t nsotghr e St. Mthary's river, OPtoIrs.
S* vet. to as .t? c s o JOHNSON & SON. ao.neng Lakes Ifro and Superior 4e s Bu...- F. -,rawe.. M.L Mte J.
uie Bper coat has Nestotor Transi Talor. laf3Ga.tsest year at a freight charge of about TwHes yassrs' an Km e..Ja_ iet yw w. w
N'"ta i r ed braltatr t UesaeTol o I9mber o. GRAND INITIATION BALL! .84 of a mill per ton per mile, which L. ,ii W. L Mr. J. H
t- by t.~, ~ e r i nsto es. teen, 4Ha PEN9ACOLA CONCRT SAND. toad rate for the entire Union of 7.48 DR. TIT-R, ,.
b|w -Ta to Pensaola bA RheJ.AoTIvRlLM U. S w J. A
5 a. e SI Fraa- Mabella. Nor ISp, Baker, 12, 15 CNTS. rates on the Ohio and lower Miss DENTIST.
fromttk -- New Tork, Aeordn Ito. erm. / -[i ppi are about the same as on the WEDOA ral B sEN +
u. a ship A A o 147t, Great arkes. atH th toa c- ** e WE DO A GEN RAL BANG
o lat tdee 11 wtrk, Bie Ayrg b Ra Bres. merce of the laks last year, amout- BUSIN E
S i r st has been pse Bellas. Ger. hk.. Baele., 851. Lis- carried by rail at the average railroad FINE PHOTOeRAPHS.9
,,r Ansi of 74, tows. boa to Rx M. Rob,,son. UL e the charges thereon would have SN
in 18 6. by Miears. Saluto, Nor bi, Hsaseu, 723, 'uerto exceeded by over $100,000,000 the
& C.. et ownse by Caheo. to R ERobiso. amssounts actually paid for freight. -
AS.t. Which U11 Neptna, Port bk, Arreja, 50o R Hence, the improvements on the lakes CREW NOTICE
A i 10, boreal $or M. RobtomIn. which cost about $70,000,000, saved RhNeither uscaptain, OwBnlers,
_Hi hNor bkmr Joths 1406I lastyear to tie Asm mca te mn eo te TeE CITIZENS NATIONe
east has been paid Liverpool to mster.* more than four times as muchas e sposibe for debts contract
i ee eg a D. R WWatJoa, Of 1., Maria, Ital tk. Lnuro. 1, Ft de total cost, and they will continue to e by he crew of apsl vefeo d- P1 ACOLA
B^ met Hr~cb Nfsbaeloaat. BorrowKWte, u. Rw bte 1uruuajlau Congrs U. all time to come. M-. BCaa.a.e A Gao1, ae1ttC k & Co Ti-amn ou f a /a e
eirs. D W ea 11. Pt. Neata to ter. "While actual -statiscs not ob- CoN OIE.
k a whic- n-* aliol from I tal bk t berota MaI a 3mr t. ll m Tessy t aijuable for all our waterways, I am CW NOTICE. -
May 4, bond or atal, noa to Penname Lama c. convinced that water transportation N_ Ncther Wg gth CtanOwne. ,- -
W *I ._f _sal_ and was "oen Nor bk Wester i Uossh. Therb. man Tnfel tOl n S... costs only one-sixth as much as the sh .ipDowiSate. winl be reapo- i


SWitie 2 outh. l i- joise. t1 Bases Ayrs, to j. A. average cost b rl ror ess cortr. act by ..rII
Merritt a 00. Aeeecbtd BoviMNe A cAnd In many cases delivery by wa- the crew of sami vessel. t .b w. yos,
cent fa > i" been al.bk. Wai"U. yj.U at e Is much quicker for heavy, bulky. IPPON .
Aiee bark Damgry oS parabs. to meaar. Iowolass covn'oditie- Railroad GMR AMEBICAN LUMBER CO.,
drtonveari-by1tor
~t SWer and oi 1865. by Nor yk LStd Jmo. 1W, - eightt cars moved in 196 an aver- Cosise.
J C Ldon to A. Wa onlywentyve Mle C t. A o Pf olytwenty-five miles
'fA. .. a. SeOt. 1. bound J. Schr ". .ntuS t t. an' 2 eh berate study would sriow that _boa ThePeepltS. Nwa e r s
c ..st W''e" ... obt P "M sA. .-.. sb. mt.2Se ",fi M s*oved at least 100iI InI nthes a f orit Pe. nsa ola.
a-n Mareela de ha eoMttiaor. h m detgdas -.."-alroads are very limited in ca-L R- LE
S9 belit at Nantes .iSw3aS lty, and there was fie conges- JOHW A. MERRITT 4,,_Captaln. CAPITA M ML A UN
S a STh by At att ubsc for Te JournaL It3SatSm co ast te ti on onthem not many mn months ago. C RuG "ed Auu..w ni* iSfclieoat tro- ( pre On< .well-Improved waters, such as________ B1 Wi _F
S .. .... ... t tj oadtlatd Sopnd.. tt G -w m -eat Lakes - .. .. HO I.. .. ABOO. n. CA!RTII J r.




llIl_ i i. .il.-s, of Presidit -. Co-Mit vtd 130 414,pe tulo* GreatST
ptlaIdm- ,a breuadtas roe .In pe ~ et ot, a.lowe tHy caudp so adloer.t.s--. 'A3 f lM-,&
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pl ono.vo. .enotobeliedd, contTro-isod, o perALeatend TO .o..o
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ecih ta te1 Icket.
gsgga-g L.f. PetUp-#..
e. etary et State-A. C. Still.
S6t Trea4-r-A. B. Kimball.
pept of Public Instruc-
th--ira 6o. 7i. 3. Lynn.
Dalkee ,1enmisialoner-J. Clark


if Agriculture-Chas.


v' t er-C Meltin.
emlatist County Ticktet.
b ta C. Wentworth,
W. I.t IlauKberry.
0900-0-L. RaUback.
-O--' am er..Jas. R. Was.-
mr., 1st titrslt; F. ZIekelbach. 2nd
MBsrt ;T. Meeker, 4th district.
tinmtale.a aI dis ttt II. E. Frank-
It .
DOSFT BE sOUR.
mtile theagh your friMen be gold;
Tlt way s best.
Deal not In rue, nor put them to
Th. *am teat.
PARLOR JOKE.
"Are you omad of entertaitiing call-
*Te *wwmue the lady addressed,
"bat few eof. mfte are that variety."


A l l ever-
a. the ie t lalt and
o -W < l leak or pre-
er -t tamte anM
aftiM s ." O*Can e be sold at soda
enoutals and aU places where soft
.irintks a seved without a United
statess weae liest, because it con-
a'in Sese than em-half of 1 per cent.
.f alcohol by volume. The product of
' -.!huseu -Bos c. Try It.


Men Will Be Surprised

S At the vceptional values I ahi offering at both
stores in Pall suits. For $15 and $18 there's an ex-
tensive range of smartly cut, well tailored suits, emi-
nentlyuitable for bui i.ss wear and equivalent in
service-ability and appearance -to suits worth five
.dollars more.. Drop ia for a look and try on.


297 '


H. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
Peefetewa. Florida.


Cornerm PalafoEc
and Gov't.
Street',
Phone 473


Soot.lV HIMr ankof'r 0l!1
Order sd to 0s 044e X

















sad weNaval War
aW;EL-gma T.eU6 Jrin, d i.
deMntagee to A lbea. o t and







wtait Wrmers. hs *
aduty a ordered t te lgapa.









ordnance Ispe.t Wor ----. E. i'rdner
to-t h eId ashoias4 4u W.e













dtahned 4 ay ruling station, os
tow md tana ordehed to d aty n t-
aste 1 heard as. rLeo .Dts s t-
Hathaw.y odmisa sion an c
&a e- to the-2 -. ELU
.etsk detached rec it sat ine




the Bostonrdered toreruiton o -
Naval M edrvatoryl R. A- PolK 5.












ongs detached th M onel etam ed re-
dmatedi tatoChe, le; L. ordd h erae-



dti to the Os lia t u.oral
dtachtendto aha anadied to at
assitma; uR ea ors-- r .W. Tu
lie Mce and ordered. St thel, a.
ordweance oeer; A. Th m, ei-







Nort Crona a.n -oSe tto W. M.
Bom. etJched ea a ed v rhNe N detamp





she ta a o ordered to sthe Oll
d ita hpm eC. M.it Jaas detaci heB
val m edica l Schoil Boepinah. Wntn.







lot. Car and ordered t o eaten .
dLed to the Cso aoW. and el-
bargs detahed the Maanewe rand p-



sthe Monand ordered to te inOly-
iae; W. Smith, Jr., detached theI
North Carolina and ordered to the

B. Turner d detached the New Hanm-
ton, Mass. and ordered to dutye in at-
tendance upon officers navy and ma-
rine corps residing in Boston.
Passed Assistant Surgeons-G. 8.
Hathaway commission announced: C.
N. Fiske detached recruiting station,.
Boston, and ordered to recruiting sta-
tion; W. N. McDonnell, detached re-
cruiting station, Minneapolis, ordered
to report to Surgeon General of the
navy then to naval academy.
Assistant Surgeons-lH. W. B. Tur-
ler, A. C. Stanley, D. G. Allen, R. W.
McDowell, G C. Thomas, A. L. Clif-
ton, G. B. Crow, D. G. Sutton. W. M.
Kerr, G. F. Clark, ordered to naval
medical school hospital Womshington,



D. C., for duty In attendance upona
course of instruction; L. P. thippen,
JLo W. Johnson. appointed. n I
Paymaster-F. G. Pyne granted
three months leave.
Passed Asstantd i Paymasters-R. B.
Westlake detached Portsmouhn N. H..
yard, and ordered home to settle ac-
counts; L. N. Wertenbaker granted
six months sick leave.
Chief Boatswains-L. Haven detach-
ed the Charleston ordered home and
wait orders; H. Sweeney detached na-.
val training station. Newport, R. L,
and ordered to the Celtic.
Boatswains-W. Spicer deached na I
val training station. Newport. R. I,
and ordered to the Celtic; B. 0. Haill-
will. detached the St. Louis and or*
dered to the Charleston: F. D. Blake-
ly detached the PhitdelphIa yard and
ordered to naval trainlng station, New-
port. R. I.
Chief Gunner-C. E. Jaffe detached

tacked the Hartford and ordered to na-
val torpedo station, Newport, R. I.
Warrant Machinests-J. T. Penny-
cock ordered to New York yard: D.
McDonald ordered to the Wyoming. 7
TERSE* TALK.
"I want work." declared Chucka
Bluff.
'You mean you won't Work," re-
torted the citizen addressed.
John D. Rockefe'ler has refused the
antique sword, said to have been -
worn by Oliver Cromwell. Just now
Mr. Rockefeller is too much *engaged
with his pen to have much use for the
sword.-Flizabeth Journal.


BOOKS
Them com e seaftwo I
Corne by ad s me st n yes a b*k
that will te yse two or Y"ee eveala'
entertalamst.
From U eonts up.


HARRY T. HOWLAND.
De omsof tas w%
Be l S. h M.


Chidrenil,

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H Hfpasseagr taro the American lIU-r LOO S
New York. ere p go ing review to-
4- a kOee l -eti clerk had his When looking for them A i
suspicious aroused by what Is kownn ookg O
ja, th rclearg ho a &s the ways3 CoMe to us fast a"i
hore Lerk did. U save time. We carry a co
o rthe traveler, but thought the ma- plete list of school book S rd
S l thewoast 1 YpiIdlye so quired by the E mn~- s
aM&to enter the country. CounMty Schools
"M~ is F rank Woodhull" said
"Age?" "lt, "Where born." "Can,
ad owcountrye M ove
-"Tirty years." "Residemee" "State
Of L.aliforni&" "CIisen?" "NO." "Have
you Ny moe Yes.- "ocp- October
tion" "CanvaNse." "Why did you6
leave the country?" "To traveL" "Des-
S- -_ a r= ftinatio-?" "New Orleans." to 10' South Palafz where
The only baking powder made from a m"ei"u-"" .
sead man, dressed na dark suit we s l be please
Ryal i aitpe Cream of Tartar, the A 'd overcoat, wearing rather tight ourserviceandhptol
ffiny approved ingredient for d such hat. ur service and help to
Y U T If lent for The traveler was shunted along b han
it.a te "go for closer inspection
a wholesome, lgh*C.jass powder by the doctor. n the examination
A room the steerage toMitt said tear-
S U1*OtWNIs lSo samlli etnhpdd r l aB esr he |Le M, fully uad t fankly in a voice scarcely
441.gg ete. h lel st be emetdd ge hngd Salaudible: "Oputlemen. I will teo you
the trnth. I am a woman. "My right Opposite Pot!.
name is Mary Johnson. I was born Opposit_______ *1
in COmada UMy years ago. At the -
-ag-t, a. twenty I went to California.
ML______I________________________________________________ _T I M&- to sNUport YA. I food life .

the e rto struggle. appearance d 1
MARSHALL FIELD psi.tdatt CO. TO o N llndo N O r
HAVE HEADQUARTERS HERE ma a ma.
"I have Rved with mn. worked
With men and tabMa par rtr FU twy.
T.. GanttoHave Charge joy IIs emt JOE COLE
sport's a`*ME- "JOE coLEOA
Seountry. Eary tn July OI alle d the opp si First ,. n. .u a
Territory. "In i teenyears my am, Usuws neverV-
----- >been aueRted. Unta today my right
to so and come anywhere has nev
The Big Firm Daides Mto MANbeen quetUamied. I Iddot Smowf it.
,LM-1- 0,wax against the law her* for a woman,
tabN Headquarters For to wear a mae's elothei. c
aH"Itknow of my own pereomal knowl&-OWN.
the Territory in Pensacola, Was Discovered When She edge of hundreds of women whp are p
and a DqW or More Sought to Re-Enter This earning their Sliving s'i l or.s.-
Salesmen W l Travel Out Country as Steerage Pas- thought of IL" K p i
From Here. singer From Eagland Abdnl Asxis odisbansded I
a.ho uCaptain Enoi abold ot s C ..
-w-- --- this* oPPorttty to pick a --
Marshall ield Co.,. of Chicago, clas. fShtg men tor lp with
the meet famous use of its kind in New York, Oct. 5.-As the S.eermge Ja -Van. Pa0 Ml Bepbica- E tlesbl u- W e
the world, yesterday opened south- eispie brai n B .


eastern headquarters and sales rooms
in Pensaca, with T. L. Gant in
charge as geer .lsalesawn.
After long copalderation of the
question where the southeastern ter-
ritory headquarters should be es-
tablished, Mr. Gams Judgment pre-
vailed, and he was authorized to make
this city hil home, as it has been for
some years during his connection
with Bass & Co., from the vice-pres-
idency of .which le retired to devote
himself to the interests of the great
Chicago house.
It became known some time since
that Mr. Gant was- to retire from Bass
& Co., and the rumor obtained that he
was to leave Pensacola.
Mr. Gant will remain 3ere except
when necessary for him to take the
road, but he w!ll have a force of a
dozen experienced traveling men sell-'
ing out of this city, and the sales
rooms on West Intendencia street are
confidently expected to rapidly take
position as one of the most important
commercial establishment in the
South.
Thie territory contained in the south-
eastern territory is all of Georgia and
Florida, and that the headquarters ,of
the great firm were located In Pea-
-sacola speaks much for this city, es-
pecially as Atlanta was e-ideavoring
to be named as headquarters for tne
territory. The fimn has leased the
building. Nos. 15 and 17 West Inten-
dencia street, wa"e the business is
to be conducted.



A FEW OF

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SA SIGNS.
? T-N- OLA'S ELECTRIC SIGNS.


THE ELECTRIC SIN AS A PROMINENT. PERMANENT AND PROFITABLE VFRM OF AD-
VERTISING DAILY GAINS GROUND IN PGNSACOLA.
TME COMPANY STILL SUPPLIES AND INSTALLS ELiCTRIC t1lMN FREE OF APW CNAIGE,
UPON TWENTY-POUR IONThS' CONTRACTS COVERING MINIMUM GUARANTEE AS TO THE
AMOUNT OF LIGHTING TO BE UD. -
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY.
- MAKERS OF LIGHT AND POWER.
-1 MAIN OFFICES 9 AND 11 WEST GARDEN STREET. TELEPHONE Ift


E.'*. -PEAftEW.
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NO. 4w7.
Ostepror e m Ceonoti wor


OPr PEKCobLA.
at Pensakes, In the atei of tAw lk
the Cseasofusi8es4s 0


cua ............. ........... ...
LT. &- Bonds* to BoUow cE6ft-

Preames on U. a. son" .....
Bankins anose, urnltuce, a*.
Doe fomn National Banks- (at
reserve agen t) .............. S*MIW
Duoe fr s state ae a .
Hnkers ...................... ..p....
Due from approved reswrv
C-esand ot-r c .M g
Notes of other National Bafta
Prartional paper currne, l
nieke. and cents ...........
Lawful Money Re-
specie ..............170 .
i ewal-Teader Notes. 15NA146-6 MA&U6
Due too Natlo ml with U.
reaere ae pt cent of cir-
cuaton) ..................... 1,2M.
Total .................... 4,OW780
Capital atock Pal in .........se
C rls fund h .....................
ad taesopuad ............... MMM>

Due to other National DBanks*-.- MMm
Due to State Banks Mad Bank- 27,7._

Individual deposl ssubject to

Crti ed checks ............. ..
Certified checks outstandln...

state orf Moa county M
named ibak. do nsOlear swear tdt t
above state t s t10 to t sM beat d
my sklrMad w b Uet..
Correct-Atte : -
& HILTON ORZEM
MORRIS BgA3L
Subscribed and swarm to before a4
this Sdth day of Sept., 1.M.
SkOL CAHr. Jetarly Pte,.
My 1sinlaan expire July 1. U1.
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