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 7, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01207
Source Institution: University of Florida
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iFnd is Now $567 i COFIElNI OF

The our ana ern fund yesterday jumped from i GERMN DAY
to ntributed during the day by loyal d nl -l usr I " GEIAN SAVANNAH
0eratf. u1iIe to make, the fund $750 by Saturday AVANA
night, we .eapect' e*ry democrat to help the cam e A5
P Send I ceent~rihutlon, n=4 ask your neighbor to semn his, av a .. Oc -Get.
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N .- .- .ow- W!- -, --a-- man day was celebrated today 9
White S B .> "..- eGreat Britain, .ce and Authorizes Sheldon to Make with great enthusiasm by the
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plicate Matte By An Report That He Would
X -fir# t1 n ertinn of ia and Resign, and Incidontally iILLU I I
.IMe -Herazegoonia Wefore Con- Makes Coy -Admission
Sl I E I B ~of Ull ference .Meet.-Attitude That Party Has Enough This Announcement Comes
Play -0 of Germany eved to Money To Complete the Offciay. Following Post-
Sn Favor AmicaMe tion. Campaign._ ..
:.Favor. .a--.. n _._.. ._ ponement From 1912.
Candidate, itn Iowa Speech, Says Repub- ". n~ W A .sae Pts s.
.. ..' ..... _. ... Paris, Oct. 6.-Aan W.ernatonal con- Wabiwgton, Oct. 6. President y Assoatd Press.
Sll ln ference to consider the Barian sit- Roosevelt i entirely coident that Toko, Oct. 6.-Mr. Loomis, the
:. *v-.,"eai c ... a... Ie rying tO Expl an - y uation is now assure, according to Wlliam H. Tat will be elected to Ameri c'mmiioer the cming
f -- over d t i t an official statement tonight. It will succeed him, according to Geore R. internaonal expositon and members
* 9' Aa. r. i. wp He 1t D ead eoh lrall be proposed by GreatBrain, Prance Sheldon, treasurer the republican of hs pay were give a luncheon
. -'-" n-a BaeU s. .y and Russia, actin ta instead national oomittee, who was the at the palace today. Baron Ours
n" e". l In thM ids it t- of by one power. Tfae 'three powers president's guest at luncheon today minister o agriculture ad omeeree,
t .. hl. .o -A. Pm. between- Ta .m. a -Toled. .n t Ware in complete accord. In the prin- Sleldon cae at Rooievelt's e finest speech omclally annomnced that
",em m e -eIM for e gar Iowa, Oct. 6.-"I pre state, today delvere self of Italy is in favor It, a even Ger- ter the conferiem, gave out heexressed the deepest grant


PMf. ene 'S ot l eeb agt. Yc tpw ibury 'me, and At Woodward he heaped ridicule on govaia by As1 i will be Hiteheo.k is runapag ioe enwomude Amer17
be ne eek other I t you beard thetapt their song over the republicans by charging them issued tomorrowfI a eermmented Shenssed the pseadest heartily tindre Coer gai
', t grave. m4 'no* Oy t1 vemto ex- with taking credit for the growing onhereThiss as showing a ppstet do Hch 'sT -management da rat f i
Mb"Mm ibek ha e =od. plat why it hap-PHed tat I am not crops, the shining of the sun and the Austria's anxiety to It accom- of the caaetgn aad that Hdeert -kio f ap ati or thee xe
bringing of rain. In fact, he sold. polished before she an invta- has the preelde ntser omafdence. itoa lmytakta
With A. h p4 bent uheard ms- "they seize upon anying they thublictik tion to attend theal con- The report that RMon woue d not Ste satrhyle opporteitby Wto re
tea adteru meaplJ.d Msm "avastwHe gives a plausible excuse for voti terence, into to .o sig n as treasurer of the committee en Roeve wrnd the pigope
sI fiostgpaateaurr. Yesawetcommr m d At W d h l' dlibul bHt' Ise runni- ng.e Amrica
SBr evh oherM Itosw ha thep mapthe' Airtornu the republican ticket with those rovI was positively dleO ath was a rmor i reigCdoh isp for Japan.n
mo.w of bi s li why i e In oscdal circles anit that of some dimere-ees existing between mi p rMtopi wai fplrned tor
WithiU Tlr heCUldmuG bngngf ran.I fac hsadermany Is in saI ya in> the president aSretary Root, nd 1ene p t owing to aknald and
s .b te~s, h- 4 Iithreubtheldoubleaotekt" psitelye operations, w posp
garia are SheMon stated that cma w 0t
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of Gutters at Immond, Ind.,
Carry Off Intoxicanuts


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st of the National lamse this after
n seefelally anoeaneed their decil
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sot -dsiiA t PruMldet Polliam ofe
the 9v the assotat ra.c
Sae 4t decision aahast
thWICiagy. It Is held thatI the
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0anlac. C6.L '=-Stored -coamuni
nation with the northern part of the
Island of LeAea Miadims the fact that
the typhoom whihk raged to this har-
hor last Sunday extended over a wide
resa and did considerable damage.
the artillery barrMaks at Stolsenburg
WSe destroed, by the aslotm and the
troop are mow eamping in teats.
The sebooners LucIa and Soledad
wet wreckof on the coast of Min-
-orf during the storm on September
T ad a ll the pasmeagers and crew
of the Soledad bat one were drowned.
Captain Hel*eAlben a nine members
ei the crew o the Lucia were also
elated reports rm all sections
show that the storm whi reached
hare on Su=may began on September
23 and -did dma age throughout the
area affected ax-otiwng to several
hiadred thousand dollars.
DECLINED NOMINATION.
Cornell, N. T, Oct. 4.-Prank J.
Nelson, who was nominated for con-
gress by the democrats of te Thirty-
third congreeonaal district .,at Corn-
ing Saturday, has declined the nomi-


CHAIRMAN MACK

HAS COiLAPSE


Confiscated After
Dry Election.
Oy Aseldated Prmi
Chicago, Oct. 6.--Thae gutters of
Hammond, Ind., ran brimming full of
liquor yesterday morning. Derelicts
of the slum fell over each other in
a mad fight to drink from the ouam-
ing current Thousands of other men
and women cheered as barrels of beer
were poured into the sewers aud bot-
tles of wine were cracked and toiped
on the city dump.
Pour thousand dollars worta of
liquor was spilled by the authorities
as a wholesale libation to the new
county option law. The wine andt
beer had been seized two months ago
in a raid on "blind tigers" near
Whiting. Tae liquor had been kept
stored in the basement of the city
hall. It was destroyed by orders of
Judge Relter.
County option law was passed a
few weeks ago by a special legi-la-
ture convened by Governor Hanly at
Indianapolis.

I. C. TO SPEND

$1,000,000

FOR CARS

By Associated Press.
New Orleas. Oct 6. -Announce-
ment that $1.00.000 worth of freight
ena ha.. ba.;.. d.AMA t..r-... -t


rY A* T 096Mcam nE --ave een or u ere by tie uaoils
..Y AOCATW PSCentral railroad, for delivery after
Chicago, OctU 6.--(Bulle- December 1 next. was made here to-
tin).-NoT au -.. MaIck, day by President J. T. Hartaan of
tin).-NO lW-an M J. -ack, that road.
chairman of the democratic IOWA MASON
national committee,* to-nightI IN ANNUAL SESSION
suffered a physical collapse, .y AA preaf-
due to overwork incident to Waterloo. I.. oct. 6.-w-aterloo is
S- today entertaining distinguished mem-
the campaign. His condition bers of the Masonic fraternity from
is nOt SrIOnS. all over the state, who are assembled
is notv s .. here for a convention to last four
.- days.


6, SCHOOL CHILDREN ARX THE INDEPENDENCE
PARTY SPwRAKIS
UARRFtO; COUNCIL WIL PMMBE Preparationw are being tmade for a
public meeting of the Indedece
party In this city on the ightc C
agetas agsft The heads or te gtyranmat tober 12i, when 31. W. Howard former
fat fc-Am lalU**g *C and oe th e o-s]W IN*art --e ar-. coagressman from the Seventh Ala-
ihH-ha asheel rbaeg.. | agma district, will make the rat
-are eegewastof nor speech an this city in the I tog1e oS
ty hI'`s city -I a2 r la1e pa th. pndea ep .
On #8 k trthe a dsmaltw inw"62161Jolts TeampleGraves, c010841111"
sTh kMU of ea Ana daatnrths civic vice-presient on the Imnsg mgs'
S n to The t eaLeo to- ticket, will probably deliver an ad-
a-
L.-' e-galitI waS ward an e*laer', on of dress here on the aght of OGetober
U co dii0mwa in rdp 27L. tak 4 ^" now aatA e -He


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Inteudtional Gathering For
This Purpose Now Being
Held in Toronto.

By Associated Press.
Toronto, Oct. 6.-The International
Tax A',soclation met today for the
first time under its new name. Last
year it was known as the National
Association.
Thb objects of the association as
outlined in the constitution to be
adopted at this meeting are:
To formulate and announce througri
the deliberately expressed opinion of
an annual conference, the best In-
formed economic thought, administra-
tive experience available for tne cor-
rect guidance of public opinion and
legislative and administrative action
on all questions pertaining to state
and local taxation and then interstate
and international comity in taxation.
Delegates from thirty-three states
of the union and five Canadian prov-
inces and presidents of several uni-
versities are present.


MOTHER OF


BIGFAMILY

Smiled Upon the Admiring
Crowd of Curous Ones.
Four Carriages For
Family.

By AV-Oiats- Press.
New York. Oct. 6-Mrs. Alice
Damp, mother of twenty-three living
children, arrived here from the Isle
of Wight, England, and passed through
the gates at the Battery yesterday
from Ellis Island, with eleven of them.
She was accompanied by five grand-
chillwre, her daughter, Mrs. George
Warren and Mr. Warren.
Mrs. Danp's son. Arthur. 22 years
old. wbo brought the greetings of his
father. Alfred Damp. in Pittsburg. Pa..
was at the dock. Four carriages were
hired to take the party to the P-ow
-yarada railroad ferry, aad whea Mrs
um eptotred the carriage she aS-
y- e -ot a whit disturbed at -the en-
treaties of several of the children to
rwe with "mother" and beamed on
the crowd that quickly gathered to
-ae M hig fami1 .


SHIP MASTERS


WERE COMBOS


This is Charge Against Cap-
tains of Tugs Towing
Star of Bengal.

am Assesated Press.
San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 6.-During
the oficlal inquiry into the wreck of
the ship Star of Gengal direct charges
of cowardice and desertion were made
against F. Farrar and P. Hamilton,
masters of the cannery tugs Hallie
Gage and Kayak, whichh were towing
the vessel when the wreck occurred.
Captain Wagner, Mate Johnson and
several members of the crew testified
before a federal inspector that the
blame for the loss of the vessel, and
111 lives rested upon the- towboat
captains.
Captain Wagner has been directed
to swear to his charges before the
supervising inspector at Washington.
The accused captains will then be
prosecuted for manslaughter.

IS ROOSEVELT

TO GO UPON


"STUMP?


Washington. Oct. 6.-It is persist-
ently reported that President Roose-
velt will soon take the stump in behalf
of Candidate Taft and will make his
first address at Indianapolis. Ind.
News comes from that state that
the G. 0. P. is losing ground. The ac-
tion of the president has caused a sen-
sation among the officials at the
White House ahd the leaders of the
party.
A prominent Democrat is quoted as
saying that the action of the chief
executive of the nation is overshadow-
ing Judge Taft with *my policies" Is
the greatest card the Democrats have
had played their way since the open-
ing of the campaign.
MILITIA OFFICER
SHOT IN HOME
SorMOno &r
Phtielophl, GOt. e--Captain J.
Caytem Arb, ef.ite Thir regiment.
National Guard atF Paensylvania ,and
formenry acty for Israel W. Dar-
ham, when he was state nsurace
_rsm__ lmaer, was shot and killed to-
night ina is home Ia Village Green.
dasra a fg"ily qpaweL


YESTERDAY

VAL HOSPITAL


R. J. Owens Surrendered to
the Sheriff as Soon as
Heard of Death.

'MALARIAL FEVER IS
SAID TO BE CAUSE

Coroner's Jury Will Be Em-
paneled This Morning to
SInvestigate the Death of
the Man Who Was Shot
on September 5.

A. Jones. time keeper In the 4eIrt-
ment of steam engineertag at the
lPenacola navy yard, who wm shot
by R. J. Owens on Sept. 6, died yester-
day afternoon about S o'Olock at tho
naval hospital near the navy yard,
where eeh ad ben mWker treatment
for thle past tea do" or two weeks.
Death is said to ase bem dae to a
complicatedttack of larta- fever. ,
Jones waif uer trtmi t for th
wound in the left turst at he board-
ing house in the vity for about ten
days or two weeks, bt as the wound
appeeoed not to be of a simousn ature ;
*ea -s he recovered rioly he was
-oon discharged a s 0 A un f M W
well to return to his wwvK at thew
yard, which he did. Seral days af-
terwards he had a rgI4 acoordlng -4
to physicinas, ad an operatilon was
pertaited, which appeared to be
sne anl, a4d he waU tlst revmer-
Ing when was tshea with mathNfM
fever. ,
Diedof Fever. i
Aaeo=ding to .taa. se.,.o
overW the phone from the -mhol haos-i
pita last nigt J.W i o *f A
Clever. He wow,
from the day a -
fever. He fre put
was feared


Itthe S-e1n le.WH lot a e as 1 M
held during Ce week t the Church wafI s to ~ W ae q*& -w
of the Ascessios. lbormerly tbUie ted i rM He was h M by the
states had separ synods b of late, sensf bufthrt bd -0 d today. Ts
years these organsatlons have besi. arM lg A coree Jury. viM In I*-
mersed lnt one. 7%e Lutheran Wo- paneldi 'and e a w are
men's MIssionary Confereaee wW al- bees *uattelma Joa wN h b ..-wp
so hold its session during the ext mnoed to appeMr sad ti t a6 to *
few days. eame of his death.


NEWSPAPERS HAVE IASED

SN8,9U; MUE IS NEEIBI


MRS. HAINS
* ASKS LARGE
ALIMONY

By Asseclated Pri. i
New York, Oct. 6.-The ap-
* plication of Mrs. Claudia L. *
Hains, for fifty dollars a week *
* alimony, $2,000 in counsel fees *
and the custody of her ehil- *
* dren, pendtag the trial of her *
* suit for divorce from Captain 9
* Peter C. Hains, Jr., was filed Ina *
* the supreme cburt la Brooklyn *
* today. *
* Captain Hans is* awaiting *
trial on the charge of the mur- *
* der of William E. Annis, in *
# August last. *
* A decision is not expected *
* for several days. 9




INJUNCTION


IS DEFUSED


Georgia Court Holds "Near-
Beer" Dealers Must Pay
State License Tax.

By Asse.ated Pr-es
Atlanta Ga., Oct. 6.-JUdW =USl.
in. the superior court, today dearie
the application of E. H. Carrol am
114 other near-beer -,-u s .
dealers ad agnta for an ijitla
restrailiag the levy of a speotl ax
provide tor by the arecet m i -a o
the legislature.
The dealers sought toenJof the eol*
lectlae of a tax ef $5 ew-Iad ns
ansacturs and $200 d G
that the act Is ut esti mo-
tion of appeal was -Imaedisty o 04
J -f*--- ar or the pettlinf4 r.


Bryan Campign Pud Is
Growing Rapidly, But
Evy Dollar Ponmible is
Needed For Peope's Fight,
and Time Is Now Very
Short For Effective Work.


In a published statement issued from
Democratic headquarters in Chicago it
ha been shown that the newspapers
of the country, raising funds for the
Bryan and Kern campaign, have al-|
ready sent In nearly $100,000. Of this
amount more than $0 has come from
the Pensacola territory, which speaks
well for this section, but the amount
should be double this. There are four
more weeks of lively fighting before
the tide of votes will determine the
successful nominee.
In the meantime another urgent
call has been sent out for more funds.
It costs a great deal to make a cam-
paign, and the present one Is being
conducted along lines entirely new.
Talking machines have been sept into
remote states and twoen.sue records
are being used. Bryan Is talking to
the people through these .iaIW .
He Is imustrattf-4 many of them, a
moving picture reproduction beang
made at the same time,the record is
used. The effect of, this as been to
bring the remote se directly In
contact with the te leader,
and Intimate relations are established
which were impossible before. Bot,
these records cost money and talking '
machines are expensive, aad the cam-
paign fund has been. overdrawn.
There must be new contributions, and
the money must come from'fe peo-
ple ad not from the cu5oat-.-
for the people must rule, ad they ire
begannase to understand that in order
to do tbbi they nmst elect their. own
repreaentiaves aid not allow tMe
trust to elect them. a
Ree bliceanw Disguted.
The present capdiatgn to ne of.
mot remarkable that has ever Iso
k to either party. Republics
greed ha caused the most "tatese
paty disgust in <*--' rates, ano
the states re tanr t 'n ,he Depo
crtle arty for reltef.
ThemI mw see m no longer a daea
about Maryland ad Ohio, and -
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'__ iL -ud -l In ly Parents
@bin who givw e ca reful thought to AM RIAN WAT
Their childs eyes and teeth, We Are Making a Special Display ]
S - forget that they have feet
S yet at the tender growing Guaranteed Timkeepers Rock Bott
TO 4 age. These are far more o
S1sensitive to shoe discomforts
than the hardened feet of
:;, adults. The constant irrita- -
--.^, ... .t c~. *~ ~- ttion of tight, ill-fitting shoes l
o- wo uo i Yesterday WM The Supreme Court to Pass robs the little fellow of his
',- Ai A ? Fi MUrsMt of the Joint Upon the Mays-Kehoe animal spirits, leaving lhi
I.', me IIL Tw 9 -TNaisR )s h mind dull and listless. Mever
S P ss HA APP ROPRIAT dlI UManeuvers. Contest. shoes give ample room -for The feed that costs the 1
S uCTsa five toes. They are made for
the Litte MEN WERE KEPT UY FRO WILL H. WATSON, OF REEVES hard usage. Yet are not yields the best result
'~ r te rases fat eres EARLY IN MORNING UNTIL LATE a WATeO0r, RETURNED LAST clumsy. The Meyer Shoes

Sub eral Repon. WELL PLEAsD WITH CA. WHERE HE APPEARED BEFORE al them grow S S U K R EN HORSE
seaM of the copasty athertt and The first day of actual practice THE SUPREME COURT. hey d ., g t b
n Inae wias W ieo s to t o ad ess- with the big 3 gs at the Ial forts Send them around to be
so Iverse Prt. P.1i ReVs. c. Y rDoAV -DONATION. AGGRE- by -4ie joint regular and ilitia properly fitted.
:en ^e .aJ SyMe kA Osess, MAKING A TOTAL wasthat et y The Mays-Kehoe congressional con-
te.ltter a goer-ment expert terday, and the members of the tA test is to be gives an airing In the
sha e loa SO PAR RAISED rOF 4 treepw are giving their tie at- supreme court of Floridanext Tues Th f d th t flls the mil
S pt left .Pensaoela early yes- teto to the exercises. day. on which date arg ent will be I S
U r.Mparty coanpose 7MORE MOdY NoCFdSARY AND The en are weB pleased with the de by atte for both Mers.
S.Ry ota.rM S a Al-- A R k se TO a wPOND. * bn the ocer of both o Feet Furnishers For Folks the owners pockets,
S secretary wb m. x OR a 4 regular army and state troops u Will H. Watsaon, of the law firm of h .. .
St1tie or ftfor r a g-tak*b ., _. sartitpate t he eal =wfIIWil R e a WatsoiL. returned last 102 Sputh Palafox Street.
A nhle SUN of C. L. Wias to ,prow of mhSeaWt- t' all con- sight from Tallabaassee, where lie ap- _____________
M The other party. co u T tor funds with which Cre& peared before the curt repiea-tiag -
di Nd -Mr. MeQuarrito, r. 111 to escbhs ol books t thoo The following program was ob- Mr Kehoe and mrge that the case be
=iA. 3L -cM~a s C a* N. B.eCp4 4 1 be f Psr children Wii served yestorday-: taken up and passed upon at an early
S his a to rm thi city, al reacnla with a liberal response. YesterdaY terries and stations in no~a The proceeding before the supreme
w- takesTot by W-ie-ead "g O N to dho ss met 1: to 1a m-.etruco at bat- -I
Iat L at an early houw. atru to the worthy ease 5and in methods ad appiGans Ort is upo a writ o error
The Aigkagees. ameaated to $31.", thus akin a Regular oficers and oftadm eS5 ga by Mr. Kehoe w'aen Judge Malone
bar.?.p c !bha asth ob emem beenrral .o 911 o. m. to 11:45 a. m.-NoncoU congressional co nm attee to reconvene
eM aM-6= sieas-e, Co n --Wthen -beng --r e-t sums, oters- .io-ed oicers school at an bat- and camva~s the vote according ,to
I. m e tig to oU*r. ,d t o wsu. bacib ndOt are appeal- terie. conducted by regular cbin. efae of the returns-, The at- I UUIIFI o
ahamn" to s asaslateae. as more money 1 p. m.-Iacture is 15th Company torneys will endeavor to show thato_______
tI*bom *Alseted oITis sepga~ry w~t wdhisob-to wipply all mess build g for all tiat a o i. Zudge Malone was without juristdic-
P. 3Lfa&, wf. soe in -asobooks Subject t 1 ti- 7m n1 s t.on. They desire a decision i the Teutonic Citizens of Quakerhone
Ae" a'mi a. Ia st lgtestlg Tier_ are many little children in and Vessel Trackim." Lieuman se before he general election next to C t o r
t lth ty who are being deprived of an B. Upham. C. A mIsth.
,, ,V w a A *a a Mr. u edao tio thro, the porty0 pverofr their 2:3s to 4 p. mv-Dril y mltia. City Celebrate German-
bb s ca b t Bw Drys wwho cannot purchase books in service of the pecea nd ia me of Ct e a
4' I-w o-= -bj t of itaert to et w ,o wM grasp at the intrumeat. plottia hd etcn, l A nnin lP town's Birth.
|w: in r 1a i tho lwtias o opportualty of sending their chl- tatlmons. Regaler a eaUted ee I a dobt the be
vldeuiG expert, pre. Mad. These cases wil b investi- Teday'ls PooegraW. 1.A WmC AS | nd three encorP
S' "a s as the Satoe by Sapt. N. B. Cook, who has Following Is the program for today: A iA P rm bl elmat ih ProI. Ms Jo
S- Nsg is . w nM ft or i oevlal years suappled some chil- 8:30 to 10 a. .-Drill (sa as ni iIl ae Oct. .-With repre- Iswell siger is
e dte is eammhia oO naty. dren with school books, and who for Tuesday afternoon, ada tranlk Iseil tatives of nearly all the states or ---- man nd her ap
PI Ale as0i w. a s whether or not the children miassio and me of data at gam.) U the Union participating n the accom- Oils the house
S Adjourmmspt wae tn t ahiA for '. w11' dotine at school. 11 to 11:46 as m. ie l Um panyig parade and exercises, the cor- me
nor, which was pread < b the begau The t"ed. esimed oficrse school at all batteries ..ertone of the Pastorious monument Mr Keller who
,t i a to which all did &tU The school book unad now stands as conducted by rooular oecers. tai ermatown was laid today by the ma moclab i
:a Jes Auerarda e to iDes wo toows: 1 p. m.-Lecture ia 1th O paa~ry Trustees of Peabody Educa. Geran Societies to commemorate the der ad his
AU a--. med WTred" telndew Afkaowlefted yesterday .....$160 mess bullWin for aB militia eoaler. rs oe"n settlement In the United birds to say the
SaW. W. chards .. .... .. 2.50 Subject, b Sea Coast Ga and Car- tion M Will States at Germantown, established by Keller wa< born
AA'g 4rar t ad ws were e C, W. Wills .. .. .. .. .. LO riages." Captain J. B. DuagPasa C. A. Pastorius in 1583. The ceremony was iissippl and hok
Su, pM. ft t having Ca .h .... ............. .. 5.00 C. 51st a the day's feature of the "founder's being the greater
d"' k i Orolit-" and Mr. J. W. Bullard .. .. .. .. .. 20.00 2:30 to 4 p. m.---a1e as mornaig Tiae Io-Day. week" celebration. ville. Taking t
.Syrep Makigs" both of J lius Meakso ............ 1.00 drill except that- last half bDur will .... This afternoon there was a munici- it is the best sh
,werg e eptleaally well hand- T I. Coltl .. ........ .. 2.00 be fire command drill-) m A*. Iatei Preas Pal parade, with the police and fre and certainly de
S L, 'ri Thie exercises, which commenced New York, Oct. 1.-When the trus- departments of Philadelphia the state age.
ther Meetings., Total .. .. .. .. .. ....$47.00 Monday will close eo the lS6r of Oe- tees of the Peabody education und police, details from departments of The Orpheum
h t Uto b te- aMd ae ".a-ditioa tt e Who efbotitg eks have-'tober, when the-S M.aim,. compna assemble tom rrb for their fifty-flrst other large ftes and the volunteer rectlb of Prof
a d-, lia; .. .. beem a; ~aldwin's fAlrt reader the, state troops will leave for annual mIet Jmore than likely firemen of Philadelphia and Petnayl- )wi electias
Waeviday--Bla BSpring at a. and the irat book of Hazen's grade their homes In different parts of the that final si of tue main vana in the line of march. Apparatus by Gus dward
sta-sp -' a&K sa.e o 's-Z ay the faremen of the .'ero
104- -'-- '^'*. I -- -- ---.t - 4 t. r by a,
school boise I ticc the % sum This evning the eraa, whom Game y r
at a. B; Myrtle SOoie sool will o to fed onsl ttt o ancestors played such ani important (ore In the o
hedie at 3 m.. and at the court the smath with the probability that part In the settlement of Philadelphia tures,. ]teuaeke
h e oe a thisety at t o' eleekl I I I thlLle UULLLU the Normal eoege at N2ashvllewillbe will hold a bit celebration at the turn by Reinteke
Sa. the chief This institute Ajcademy of Muaic. There will also
m Wil l the pro- be an important conference of clefgy-
L--- S.c wf S 11 r Tm.l O .. ... CIT I V Tw Aatx t Te ase.a Nash--- men 'ftrom alln over the country -n theV r OT
-~ b.S I. I EP i Hlle 4nd the c ty ia 1ic the col. Friends' meeting house. whem the nub-NN
SIlo. 2I B | U LULUL ee located rai e similar sau. Ject for discussion will be "William T
& av9. I Son. nAs the terms Is agreement have Penn as a Statesman and First Cham-
____ been practically lived up to, little ploa of Religious Liberty."
*aM I NfIiATION BALL! doubt remains in the minds of the (Centiase F
r Am ma Reception Given Last Night Number of Saloons To Pay trustees that the terms will be carried NEWSPAPERS HAVE cular col rmin
-01fu7 ecepionGtNout. RAISED $100,000;ident Pullm.
iss syA NIOW .SAD N License Fee, Will Show The remainder of the fund will be RAISED $100,000
NT& Proved t Be Enjoyable An Increase aortioned throughout the south, the MORE IS NEEDED
.t An In" S. *bulk of it in all probability going to Resllts O
1 3 C I [ Af Affair. The city is now collectin licenses Maryland, Missouri and Kentucky. (Cetlnuei From Frst Page.) A .
fort he tax year of.190.-09, and fited from the fund up to the pres- the conservative admit that-the next Washint 3
ar1---'e crowdof member tt...- while the number of persons doing et time governorr of Ohio will come from the St. louis 1. (l
AL re crowd of members attend- business In Pensacola to appear andeattime. Democratic party. Others claim that .
S. eon reception at the Y. take out a license SICKNESS very small ItABOARD the better part f the electoral vote
I L C. A. last night. The affair was Il anticipated that within a few days S IClNESS ABOA D th -bett ver Bpryat. Theepletor l vote
e l ch enjoyed as a social event but there will be a rush to ecureII- THE SAN o o hd for meeen New YoNat
BrL- purpose was more for the discus-ce ass, for o ers will so m- THE SANDHURST of Ohio had for ow e beenr look- Phade York 4,9,
'l -mNiRE ofe serious business. Ing the rounds inspecting all busatess The Briish steamship Sandhurst, aker, but they did not expect that i-P ,
...he new tecretartes were intro- places to ee if the.parties have a which arrived Monday evening has weoul carry so much with it. The a meetir
d.s.dad--- each made a short talk r.. . to do bu. ess. .een sea t to th- quarantine station. effect bps been to wreck the chances fectso r mee.5.s.
.4. .e Gadnlag the work ef their respective The numTer of saloosa to take It was stated upop the vessel's arrival of his -pary and to further iyvance ..rctR o.at .
W n Who .ment The general Secretary out licenses.th year w-, son i,. that there was a suspictous case of the. osmocratic iterests. .ght 7S.L .
"..- a report of the progress crease over last year. due to the fact sickness on board, but the exact na- is now being pushed into other states. The Human MoIking Bird Appear- W. GIBBS.,
arPor Cldg Acu d a plans of the association. that a grewlng concern has put many ture of the disease couM not be sad Bryan will now carry his cam- ing at the Orphoufl Theatre
Follwin te business teksio men in tis class of business In y,- learned. psig to th west where h s woe'-
thee wasa_ na exciti g basket ss raious sections of the ctr. aleo It was reported last night that the away had a strong folli ang, d Subscribe
of GM.,y Crv e. ame between the teams of Wilker men who will be forced eut of blmusi- petient died after the vessel's arrival Where he hopes to poll the gresatst
s- sad Avery. the former winnmng ne.s in Alabama oan Oet ber 1 ard at qoarantine. Democratic vote ever given a candi- "- r' -.
by a score of l to 6. also coming to Pensasola ta order to .date for president. P rEN SACO .
)t. C.rmeL Ill., Oct. .-if Mrs. etyees halves Wm. U. Diffender. otinue In buseess and supply M IS- e IIn ee d,,t Moey, 0 AMULSEMENTS C N
M axarest Lucas J a murders ama- for, leader of tae wrestling club and their patrons in the towns from waleh m B.L VIEW. O Speakers Need Money. gi o .M
tema) hasa da4e her one. Wm. Bowman, one of his pupils, gave they will be compelled to leave on i BEL.LVIEW. Other speakers are now oinI. out, I..Jg
r tat 3bl today she said she a spirited exhiltioa wretlin ms aatch January 1. J a td manay of them are following in
-d her years ago to buy which, displayed great ability upon the tI-IP___ ha< ri pe wake of Bryan and driving hi Th. Pay51 5 C.to P-ssalFt
hra pr e .oy. eChre agatist part of both partIcipants and ended . .ae tto ie asnm 1. twtha home, but it takes money and The Payteon i-tera Stock Co.. last WINTER DA
ha. n.w tI that sae saw hIm murder wt i credit to both. MEXICAN DIET. Belview, Fla, Oct 4.- we are a t-- th t to e p p th.b fobtn T- audina. p tte opea htu. appreciativee .,' ..'"
owwalter and afterward help-. The bowin alleys were opened Not Conducive to Amnerican EJnev. lu seo ver -tt Wea ..h e ae mey mut be fordl omrl. aondi p a. There audience a tthe opera house. Tea m ........
_4 (dispess of the body to save for the esa aad amapuncement was "After about thirteen years in Mex-S _a soe r7 prtt --a... .w .s a eassd fo dollars, and the peo Way of the World, a delihttul tarce .* a. m ........
hit rom the coasequaces of the made that the regular gymnasium leo. where I was on M at preset after such a cool sap. pie must send them In. In three acts, showed the ompay in 7:15 a. m......
erU.m workW It lace saad classes wlU be ,,nto which coffee and aeae4T h u The 8uday cool here a proires- The Jeomnial is doelng its best. It s its activity to excellent advantage, s *. m........
o5bd Ceaod a Oma Johamc a e0s tibs edate. tor IsseIv I and ast v enlg niBcely, with a very large -attend- devott g space sad money toward the from the Paton sisters to the inlml- es a. m. .......
ihaa tt ay saw Mrs. L oaae l relid I a, ter arge..lyI foun that evr. n . .- canvass for additional dollars. These table butler, Mr. Goseewtte, who was :e a. m. .......


-l 7o wrap the body of Showait r from otr e repubc- bOl o t this ple, dollars are slhow in coming in, but al- ever "just going to do" what waa : I.......
It a sheet and help hi carry it to "Nervourneighboring republic. October 1, wt iss o verM h been cured and asked of him. / :v a.........
t FIE bk and the w it t the the heartcauedmeown with P n as teacher, with a very large attead- $,aa t be raised by the end of the Lucy Paton as the doubting wife :15 p. m. .......
wfvr.tO Wi show, IttI lt ..e theha rv U.-ae, .the.largest in -.several e Ma.th.. There.isnot.aeb.lme-left.ofJackGardner.A..Rella .....
Se hr sa ra ise tal work. After trying vdie w sto- eemsto e pleased wth day at elections drawing near. te afraid to come home In the
e Atth dt am.a the bottor -- relief at last, by e nt Grfound much. btf states are now storm cen- dark" husband, and Rtu HI as 4s ........
, t ,the ttor Tain rminmmrTaebt d cra Gpe-Nuts Mr. Irving saplesr of Soldfei4 ter, -Ji the demand for revenue is John Smith, all succeeded in winutang K. m..t
t' *e a a 3 a r it k *cIr sllllsl iT "I coS? dlgt Grap-Nnts- and the ek, Al, spe, S_.turday and Su- iereasig every hour. The demand much appluase daring the evenlng. S5 :p
Se adt a t .e of tt"lIc creek. rtould diest Grapt-uts, andto the day with is parents. must be me, and in the next few This stock company gives a 'at- *.o p. m. p.
os teM c k u..i...hrtdan. nervouscaympteent soon IMr. Ard and grand-daughter, Misa W The Journal proposes to reac nee this after en a al per- 9 m. p.
S. she could could do s.e brain work and a fair Iting her daMChter, Mrs. Geo e Chest- rhy e t$Io p ssendt tonraie rinae of- the resent egaeat p. s.
3fSt? r im. In er e today 'he c tia o For Constru.a- Wheu away from home I get out Mr. Ecy Blanchard, of Brent. Fla., ps it eets to be at the At .. I
w d have a itlte thal d m of aorts, from eating wrong food, but spent Sunday at the home of Mr. any gOW a democrats have not yet The Orph,, this weak has a very r- as a e..t l trail
-tr ,yhave M ,idp.omaIo a 10mci go atbhomre a few days on Grape-Nuts Sales. emhibuted their Bryan dollars, and nne bo The sbw opens with Capt. ~ i
p*orat my ea up.t 'In Wlde have. t t uts me right again. Mr. Frank Pate anj family. of Pen- they had better not wait any loangr. Jobaston who ia with a d t ear w lv
s iatmylostce n h.is def..e.. but" I once .worked 10 coneutive sacola. were the guests of Mr. and bt had bes at at once ndI send to Americas rsetast sharp sote ..
"=w t have helped cover up a Be Made. hours on a dike withoutmuch fatgeo, Mrs. Lper Sunday. their aubacrptions-this week. h o aly bie e tt c
. __ _by _-aving a small box of Grape-N.ts Mr. John Kandrop, of Pine PeOeast, eight ater loinar at his sheeian lI asit lea
"__.... .............____in. my pocket and eatitg a little dry, spent Sunday here. AN INSANE WOMAN. The Capta dos such voting as 7:1
Anticipating that the handsome whenever I felt faint. I can ew teach Mesrs. Fred Mendrix. WiU Boyett, -- standig in the aadiee and Ig0it- 3
*ftj ofu 1 ad biataja red some tine sice and all day without fatigue. after a break- Sylvester Shelby and Wi"lie Cook, ot Rea MNtchell, an aged egro wo- in s match ant pettgr it et agata
WhNChI& to be plaeoe in the ps* t of uGrape-Nptand cream. stewed ieww. spent Sunday after at ked *p the coa'ty jai t is rile he
= rl wll arrive hre within a week or ten fruit, toast and Postum. this place. Sat notight, pending a Islg alo ot tanoinv es hbigi.n
Nme ban ly b)eel be It. d rrihe ? Iaex ceumasusloaeers are :*That old dull feel when I tried Mr. WIl White, of Myrtle GOWoe, r st alg h cabes e ed muchexsnome o
I.a 4 ael nm s o rlyU1s oqgpprftg to have work co tmen&d to live on my former diet, 4tadi attended Sunay-school here ay. temet at ber home on West Zarra- er one of Ms s s shees ear t
as poible upon th construe- appeared and the ttl sensaten Mr. and Mrs. Lonae Handrop bave s street by akinoadand bost- lg out ca as e
nt1s ot a e eUrate base or bowl in the of being fully Is praust returned home from Mobile, 'Ahla ego = emands to -be taken to the- Next t '.5- uhle *
gl W of0 which the foundation is to now. And the s mle on our U meaths There wIN be church at th ai; elA - D'Am
dm adais1 1o-s **. be- Placed. @ 1 boY at a sight st o GrapesNus huse! Saturday alght san Sday se=ch 2 re t e ar w
l befg ea-c igal.e TYesterday altweoes the commis- package is worth see." TbW aday it by Rev. ThWg. by NERAL DIRECTORS CONVENE diary e-us t i .eg "
a.m p with City Rgineer a Rason. Vorybdy Is invited to attea Duri et e ea-ss S
Iss.of Itheba tn enas d iat was deasnitaly decljed Na.e given by Postem Co.. *t- MIas thel Broaughto spent SatMW easmn ai cvsr 'Mr. 3 stSg
".Of55rto Jsuen on.R the nort te Creek. Mic h. Ud ""he B Road to day ad Sunday in P.esa.ol an.ar" Im Ma"s. Oct. .-The twenty- the big Sew Yk
Meeq* uirt%& ft asba. eut-S forty feet Wellville,' In pkgs. tumed Mgay rrat to usmi sevI&th eeation at tA *Yati-Dal' ad a bgr1' -__ wi
li~rm H r M stgIjW the aring. The city engineer Ever read the abve letter A new her school duties. Puaeral Xibectors' Assclaoien opened *Dalsy Joh -b d .E
......ism g r......|.^.m se. alkto propor "gsof the con- one appears from timeto 0"o, Tbey Mrs Frazcis staples Was the gq t_ y at &h Claypeal hetel. 81, S aa. -e.p their att s(S y Mta
lm..e aerele hgbowl or base and bids will be are genuine, true, and full of human of Mrs. Theodore Hahn one day last ded visitors are here for the meet- Joniston aramanled by r. Kell
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THf PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1908.


i kmI. -" T r Em S a o

i Ili&. ."Are you eswrll, strong tnd
i 4 1Lhort ow as you used to be?
4, b ed. vMS, tie Are you sometimes discourxai@0 5 1s
-:mbl a e. think yo'll ever be any be te r
a you toll the cause of your trw
'" a -t- r- t yester- Do you know that about auine4thas
44Yt. iO safber tea V a found of anl sickness is caused by dey Th e in Florida Who Are
B"^^K-fit em 0111111 one Rub -vines to trouble? The m nona& %%% A"
S &"No" of O W 11Masses"&d. Have you ever stopped to thi Membersof B ess
A. O st aw e rvedl to the of your poor health? sC,
^I''^ -' g-Hmer ta N ty 'f il last Mast people do not realize how Men'sClub.
.J'-?9- .I L * A. lt Twla ardid to much work the kidneys are required
S' M Ma^y. He to do every day.
S ^-T ^ .*.- ( .4 >;. g | -. EIq* .*" the Every drop of blood in the body Hn. Nathan Strauss, chairman of
pl.te *l-n ** *must pass through and be filtered by in M Clu of the
Sthe ltdneys thousands of tines a
Th: imunL ,=gW#4W Al t "e t-P eday. democratic national committee with
-' - eola yesterday was 7 degrees at How can they do their work well headquarters in New York. acting on
^ : 2:19 p.. 1., whl":hMe iN.ma was 63 if they are sick? the recommendation of T. A. Jen-
IN S r-" -at 12:40 a. ra Loust year on If you kidneys need treatment. Dr. nings National Committeeman from
b a. e It te Wax1imum was 82 Kilmer's Swamp-Root will prove to Florida has appointed the follow,
sdt i n 7# degrees. be just the medicine ou needF. has appointed the following
he sar ma Im for this daterees. e just the write tineo Komer & named gentlemen as menivers of the
E lrmie naru for this date If you w write to Dr. Kilmer & Business Mens" Club, to-wit:
I i1 degrees A the average mini- Co., Bighamton, N. Y., evary reader First Congressional District.
otm idexree. of the paper, who .has not already E. M. Hendry, real estate dealer
B "l il Si 8 .n a q.*#I L WILL TELL tred Swam-Root the great Kidney, and banker. Tampa.
Sy been r and Bladder Remedy, mayire- Abe Mass, department stores, Tam-
c1lCAMve-a sample bottle by mail abso- J. G. Boyd. president Turpentine
P! it taimorge d WLe4olar MD- lately free. J. G. Boyd. president Turpentine
THAT IS a ie sa ... Operators State Association and bank-
SM ,, M INTIATION BALL! given a transfer of license to conduct Tr, B King, banker. Arcadia.
SL- AT ARORY HALL BY aaloon in the building which will A. P. Stuckey turpentine operator
P:'"'.SACOLA CON T ANDo. be vacated by Whittle. and vice-president and general man-
STO-DAY. W KDAY WIH4-ApM MON C. H. Turer appeared before the eager Jacksonville and Tampa Rail-
15 C BlT-t b^ board for the purpose of ettng3 a -v", Oak Grove.
more detnite understanding of the John P. Wall, lawyer and business
plans for the new bridge across Ittlc man. Tampa.
Bayou. The plans were explained In James E. Crane, wholesale coffee
p -ni. O a t detail and considerable changes were dealer. Tampa.
made in the original plans. W. Hunt Harris. banker and presi-
J. E. Concannon presented a petition dent of Florida State Senate, Key
signed by 626 out of a total of 38 West.
Slr electors in Jefferfon county, iki Second Congressional District.
that the name of D. H. Mayes be Franik Adams, merchant and bank-
S. placed on the ballot for the. Npvem- r, Jasper.
IIU r election. The petition was lea W. J. Hillman. turpentine operator
-and will be considered on the Z1U and banker; Live Oak.
'" " -"- of October, when.the- board -will hold W. J. Tucker, orange grower and
;APuY A *rnn t Z'tspecial meeting to prepare the bal- atUe raiser, Ft. Piere.
Cl Othe tter Are Co Weather Advce. ville.
to all is to beware of coughs and colds C. A. Carson, department stores and
Wtok .M&- :C Oft'eyOed. 4a the chwt--s* neglected they readi- banker. Kissimmee.
Py lea' d to pneumonia consumption or W. L. Palmer, lawyer and capital-
- r,, r aa troubles. -'Just as tst, Orlando.
S IL s. .- the cough appear-s treat it Geo. L. Drew, president Suwanee
.. .B l l s iHorehound Syrupthe H and San Pedro Railroad, Jackson-
#08OWeff J"g C y b M lst tandard -cure of America. Use as di- ville.
Sahkt, hairns-- M ruittj l and rete--erfectly harmless. A cure Dr. F. J. Julian, wholesale druggtst,
vow" inm 0 -CMr.* aw f Stewart, Doi and preventive for all diseases of the Lake City.
S S-& laluns. 26cn 5c and $1.00 per bottle. Telfair Stockton, ral: estate and
b.ft'/ -W, ft. M S* lJiM A. TMhe I e- r granted der, Sold a"d r-^'-.eded by W. A. capitalist, Jacksonville..
V dSlit t1 p on sto no-- 11 l Wms:.. I Ale.emere, druggist sad apothecary. Third Congressional District.
* 1 b Oe-ea lIqor Co., precnet 14; P. 1 South Palafox street, Pensacola. Jas. McHugh, whole grocer, Pensa-
I. Ub f os urt Uw Is 5 S A. L rris, reeluct 1I; 8. Butler, pre- Va. cola.
Fet 1Pt Burruss Cawthon, department stores
. T t ewla paoitw's to operstte NEGRO LAWYER and banker, DeFPnlak Springs..
"k MW o t Way, 5iusm lo ww- wis-e advertised: J. F. C. Griggs. manufacturer and
: Wem* t im m o.reeot 13; WAS ARR Wbs'rI U capitalist. Apalachioolsd
SW.. A. o y 14; J. R. Randall Pope. capitalist. Madison.
,*- MiD gi $fWeriy of this Milllmsnry l 3IC. Mitchell, B. M. Hatton, a negro lawyer, was J. eR. Shoemaker, generl stores
W ta ta ....e o .,- 11s. ..arrested last night by Deputy Sherit. and banker, Cottoada.&
S Nichols on the charge of obtaining J. S. Reese. baker. Pensacola.
Sey by fale et May preferred by Frank Mays aor and pro-
Ws lftenwalW. R. Merriwether. P 1 Pnsola. lg Journal,
ow St Hatton .was .released on 4250 bond. Jge Thomas M..PIstop, retired
-W a ,r duit S.foThA the a capitalist, MontioellUo n
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OCTOBER 7 and 8.

Direct from the greatest millinery markets of the East, we
'have received the latest Parisian patterns for Fall and Winter.
The exhibit comprises all the styles to be worn by wo-
men of fashion and can be depended on to be authoritative.
The Hats range in price from

3.50 to $20.00
and will be found much less expensive than the same values
handled by small dealers.


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S7.50 and 1O.OO HA'TS
They will surpass others at double the price.
Come to the opening and bring your friend.

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The Ready-to-Wear Store


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Company of New York, Doing Business for 48 Years.


Insurance in Force in 1907, $11 4,959,888.


LEE DANIELL, Manager Real Estate Department.
L. D. GRFAFN, Manager Fire Insurance Department.
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"?Ube Any MUrae, l Bridge club


SSatuArdayd is vehb but cannot for wat o. fn Roduofepeop t sl L"oa a
7^ no 'the city, antd tea nol Where is the connection between a Farm," a level, high &t dry, beartg tnat ma peeia
-sidared by tihe oI b-yeerltical bridge contest aad a rag- with af or va room cottage al ready or you to mov
thast Impr..a.atedo wl various Xed child-between a female gambling PrOC m of the S r tober 15th All houe are new neatly abbaed at pala
forms of disease erms amre foad game an a Manoam-haired indigent roc IPgB O weights mad rd, bne wel water, all fenced.
IPae the strts Soe t tse eaot fatal aspirant for tuition? None. But 10 C vni A o -- s
S.-lkaewa to medial c.eat. there showed be. r rather between the SchOol Conventon At Te pa of eay .pame, t1. reasoable and oat
'I'ad it Is t o rally aknbw by the patrons thereof and the body-and-mina one with a comparatively steady tacome can avail himalf o
average person of all 'oeiltes Yet 1 starved little ones. Human society .MuCOget. ity.
calt we h ow the anthoritins tajpower has reached a peuenliar position when Our oer is thii: 4 room hose with all improved
Vcan n lightly deal with such s a Its fortunate members can continue to terms of $1000 down ad 10.00 per month at 8 per cen
E ortant matter. It is true It costs complacently fondle poodle dogs and The following proceedings of the VEs- year whatever you pay over and above the interest will be
s. something to rem d this. Yet I ow fritter away time, wealth and talents .w ..l.. PSte principal and Imteiest chard only on re&itla a.ou.
S.. .. .... 45 of ~o one ped tmre that will do ino the gratifcation o personal eoy- cabia County Suday School Co- the first yea say yr c act is for 9. Interest $7.
.iMT ^^4 - --S .. .......... B.od .it al the people than fments of the moment while little chil- vention, held at Muscogee Sunday, you pay 12 pymewts $10.00 a.h --l then you wtll
ilii. a. 1 1 a per y ..S i rik tC the streets with water, es- dren-future city buildere-are denied are furnished by Secretary H. E. Cort- begins the -e nl year 852.00 ad teresMt less payments .
S, pecially now that the city owns the the privileges of free school. I am man: $802.00 what you owe end of aeco d year,: aad ao on until
S- -- water works. not assailing the moral phase of this Convention was called to order a' have the privilege of paying more or paitg i full at a
-, p -- Tarragon, street needs this as much pernicious gambling mania of our 9:30 o'clock, by the president, J. W. curin warranty deed. All cash 5 per oa.t discout.
'.- a gisa as any street in the city. Indeed, the better (?) class-that would require Crary.
-nia" and walkinag-eeals aay street. too much space-bat the useless, wan- After music and invocation, the roll The room onuse4 are upa the same plan. these ha
S. Yet, on account of dtst, augmented ton waste of the money expended for of Sunday schools was called. 15x15 reception hall 1215, dtaing room 12x16. kitchen I
SI---- --- ---- bi the railroad engine, together with the usual concomitants of social en- The program for the morning ses- back gallery, grates through house, flue it kitchet.. sout t
Sthe dirty black aMke from the en- tertainments-prises, ices, wvnes. etc.. slob was then proceeded with. Price on terms of $15.A down and $15.00 per month--13
AMgiAaS", las' caused many -merchants to which might be so nobly directed into A warm welcome address was de- per cent discount-Abstract titles.
close'"M bssleaOa R thin ftreetW and channels for mitigating some of the lvered by W. C. Lott. of Muscogee,
S. . the homes of Many vacated and de- want, woe and privation In this town. a ttg response by B. A. Davl, ThT property is West DeSoto street and almost jo
m-SL pr ecK 1--M B 1 heated 464La00o4ant of this du"st a This would also apply to other phases of Penesacola. Park place near Jackson .treet hard road is nw within
ak smoke ostentation and depraved, unnatAr A committee was appointed to sum- West End car line. Thi section is growing rapidly, It is al
"-dS7 - _. Thi latter question of smoke I al appetites. marie reports of Sunday schools, con- fact that the electric car line will .oon circle the prop
-earn there is an ordinance reqduilng Pensacola numbers many philan- misting of A. J. Clopton, F. Horman and public schools wili be built, and a general increase I
PI LUDA. WDNE DAY MORNING, OCit luams 7, 1 .- the railroad authorities to use eoke thropic citiseas within her confines and J. S. Henry. place, you can pay for one of these places in a few ye
on their local engines, minlaing loss yet it will be time enough to invest Mr. Sims., of Montgomery, delivered stopped to think that In 10 years time paying rent of $
S H. C. Wntoake................... oe of property by sparks from the en- in benzine buggies, golf apparatus an Interesting address to the children, you would pay your landlord $1200.00. So really you own tt
A. p. Helt ... .. ....... glues, and deposing stores and homes and functions wherewith to dispel followed by a beautiful song by the cost of interest and tax~. You have.to pay rent whe
S_._ .............6.0....... s by the black smoke from the engines, the ennui of indolence after it has children. not put it n a home of your own?
AW LC. l. a be ...........'..... M There is no reason this should exist been made reasonably certain that Misa Averyt, of Montgomery. gave
a ri i thi cami A wtlt ... f. today. Twenty4e years a t might illiteracy need not obtain for lack o good addreson "Statistical Reports" We ave sparedno pas in th construct and
tthtt as id hv baeai gn *, -owedr have been tolerated, but now the town opportunity for indigent children to at- stating that the Escambia county these cottages and now ask that you inspect the property
S at o fund have Timothy La Woodruf amounts to the has grown to a city and the street tend school. So log as erudition or Sunday school convention had an in- think it the best proposition of its kind in this terrtory,
te rpo ao naest little sum of $ 923. In this built up. and. the people along the education is denied boys and girls, crease over 400 per cent in statis- ask anything more. Will take pleasure in showing at ,ay
:iaelles 0- the c try for list we Sfit tanasrd Oil men, steel thoroughfare with long suffering and just so long will we need tax our- tical reports during the past year.
a procuring T ec- t ag a representative of eturanceO have reached that point of elves to maintain expensive penal "Ora d S ay School Work" L .
11 ofe ttheCard iIex l Ok ~r)y all the large. trusts in the done or war will be declared, garner the fruits of our enurious manner by Brother Sims, following. ...
.fl te- of( the card IB country. You cannot find a town In the west, sowing today. wh:ch fifty dollars was raised for the REAL ETATE LOAN AND INS URANCE.
that this great business iave- It these men. represeatting these ian- with half the population of Pensacola, Some folks wonder WHY there are support of the work. The convention PHONE 918.
is notu s Merely a tests, gave up so much to defeat t where dust I InIn ous that you do socialists. then took a recess for.- dinner. The
o-s r democratic candidate for- governor not Sad the water sprbsklers at work S. D. BZXNNLT,. JR. pread was fine and elaborate and AGENTS THIE8EN BUILDING. OFFICE O
SBes fat-try- de democratic M-aate or wrenor of some of those towns only I or seven Pensacola. Fla., Oct. 3, largely enjoyed by all prleent. a _________D ADN_
t a f iat. s 0ot t at_ a S INGL S1TAM how much more years old. Yet here we have a beau- Evening session convened at 2:30. --
__t -"gnd oid. party'* to- wi they give, at for the same mo- tial city by the sea, two. hundred Bryan as an Art Critic. "What Notice Should be Taken of the
.. .uty of the penp: e ver tive, to defeat the atic cand years and oc locally a little William Jennings Bryan, the Demo fourth of July in our Sunday Schools DETI
a~ -S t aken ^tthat the ate: for president of Ae CTHE sprinkling done. Cratic candidate for the Presidency, was well put up by F. E. Maxey. | E[lL N DEMOCRATII
,-delar take that. A the a for president of ALL THES BU ICAIBh~R. was asked which of all the cartoons Report of committee on constitu-
of mpsa e .el upoa *ATS? 0 t- newspapers had plated about him tion was called. Constitution, with a I1' "NfU -W
We' *'et the repkbieul s! Their AAd it Sheldon turned to these men W. H. TRIMMER he liked the best. Bringing forth a few slight amendments, was adopted NAT
a r S people, not to RECOUNTS EXPERIENCES cartoon printed In the New York as read. IT T I or Presidential le
....for.t. 10, a mere state ......- World, Mr. Bryan said: "That's my "The Need of a Bible and TeachersII i I H. P.Bly.
. tel Woeaw o ders. fight, deer It not stand to reason that Editor Journal: favorite." Training Class in the Sunday School" I I I I-I P. W. Butler.
1 this cOnaeOtoa it is lutwefthg he will appeal to them In the great Yew cannot imagine, Mr. Editor, the It is not only cartoons. but news was discussed by speakers present. U Robt. E. Davi
to review om of the past history of 1ght owoa thrill and pleasure I enjoy in _radeg stories from all parts the earth; "Directing the Boy's Energy" by Geo. C. Mart
L*ar so srtdly bec e a pwar A ^i In- to the pare that "The soldir boys lustrated articles aboat science, rollg- Mrs. Etta Maxey was encored by an Samuel E. Pa
S party y become a P And, ideed, why was Sheldon are eomng to join in annual encamp- ion, art, politics, tragedy, romance, enthusiastic e atauqua and "Dtrict For Cegreeman
St poitical virtue and a staundh oe-ema except for his peculiar ability meat" companies of the First Florida etc.; Comic skits- by- America's lea. Organization", by Mss Averyt was Street Dt Gets a J. Walter Ke
*dvae&te of the great coaeon people. to get THIl TRUSTS TO COM" will be along. Company M, of the ing artists; sporting, theatrical, fman- carefully expounded. D. H. Mays.
. When Governor Hughe was a ca- DOWN WITH THR COIN? second Florida from awh lachIcola elal, etc., facts and Qvre and scores Committees on organizing districts MOVe On. Hoping tO Save
altdate a aost W. Hearst for gov- with others. To one who once was a of other prominent features that make were appointed as follows: C STATE NO
1 e Y. I .. was wo W m -soldier boy and from Apalachicola In the New York Sunday World the best District No. 1-J. E. Williams. the Cv r -Albert W
ererof New York in 16 he was pro Wille Heart's emissaries call Her- April, 1861, and occupying and sta magazine-newspapr published in the District No. 2-F. Herman and Mr. Ja ro Jb. creamy of ta
d an honest man and a friend man Ridder the limburger eavoy." toned on the ground where these United States. W iBennett. 3.. fyord.
w th.e people. He was opposed to th He is at least a very strong man. young men are to drill and camp now Order next S1uday's World from District No. 3-Henry Klabash and Att-rney General-P
ateets," and to Illegal trUsts,I at man though 47 years ago and ihere I spent yowr newsdealer In advance. B. A. Davis. It wa Mad MH erwo p kedlhe; mell.
t d ry wealth in all I. The ker-Hskel-D o ome on the haIiest days dlng ser h days d. ng serv-D District No. 4--. L. McClure and meadow sweet with ay, so. the lesend Cmwptreller-A. C. C
t4 ledatory wealth in all its forms. The Peraker-Hakell-DuPot side fice for the Cofaederacy. Almost to A. J. Clopton. goes, but MUe was a selling later State Treaurer--W
A0d he was elected. afe eams to have sidetracked the dis- the day these sons of Florida will District No. 5-J. L. Hurry and J. compared with the Pensacola street Superintendent of P
T-e same George R. Sheldon who caslon of principles of party politics, drill and camp where terrible and R. Bradley. department wiaes It-tnes to that rak- -W. H. o]
s maa- the exchequer of the bloody fighting took place on the night ] F. C. Hawk. of Chipley. and P. G. ing stuat Albm'Maqi was never Commilestner ea Ag
.nu aatiS committee, was The question of bow many white of October 8. 1 61. We had been Woodney, of-Crestview, pledged them- used to the kledo o ay we have M .
.e..a.iiaac com.i tee w camped many months in the sand n AA to organize the five unorgaa. Pensacola,.he- B peoleat r ile Ce.i...
Store ofthe New York state hers there must be in Apalach. back of the navy yard. The details ed outis east of ta Ros period never had to worry abo Da.
in raised the tunds to about, as141 acult of solutWo *as was from our companies daily for fatigue 11enty. weeds, ter there W t o ee te a-p
a M hug great fight for "the An'Sa duty were very heavy an hatrd work d- 'f'| e BsL -With ta Ross finance to keep tI -| -rom gro A.' Htk
S-ia" Ast here is the and the Sightly guard duty along the and ecambla, will form. the West ing in her meadow. .Tho. M. Sha
SJ h ri Tet morning newspaper beach took the balance of the men Florida Sunday School Convention. Nor was there an obdurate and -
s-t "eo mM ..people" who contrth a"- s and no idle men were left in camp. The flowing officers were elected absolute beard of public works tot in- COUNTY N
i their asml means to r e id t ea The boys were worn out., camp sick- Solicito Loftin Investigates for the ensuing year: sist upon Maud performing meadow.- e prueteti e-s:
..t t a. ".o.e.t. .ovenor: -u s It m hSM ad to live Ina new prevailed, and the old naval hoe- Preoidrt-Js. W. Crary B o raking .t.n whet-er she felt. Uke C. L. Wiggnes.
._. ... .e.. t gove.. n te pai fn with a beach of red- pital was full of measles and paeu- R e aM H. Sprlgs.d It or not. And. fa.r as we uenow, J.- P. mto
a hiT bed pled heAes, he'd think monla. The Yankees were very an- Vice-President-J. E. Williams, Pen- there was o eatentio about herl-4. C. Va
:se it hadbe eager::a::::::::::::: all alon noying and finally on the night of Sep- te. sao. te bard health C Ceout-Jem
b & JrI---- ..-6....- .. had b s l ong- member 14, or rather early morning ut n ecrtar and Treasurer-H. E ad Jri n r. t famous Ce
^s~ .Low 1 Apalachicola nimes. of the 15th, a boat load of sailors County Solicitor Loftin has co.' Corfman, Cottage Hill. bunch of bluegrass. Tax Ae* r-W.
., ..................... 6: 0~S from the flagship Colorado attacked eluded oantl tion which he Executive Committee-F. Herman If Maud could only see us now! Tax Ce lletr-J. 8.
....w ...................... Without considering anything else, the schooner "Judah" then laying at- made upon re made to him by W. B. Perris, B. A. Davis, G. F. Bar- We-re the get-there boy with bells County Treae.-J
S.m::::::::::::::::: the disgraceful sitestion ial the Dkj- the navy yard. The Apalaichiools boys the Board of County Commissioners, ber, sad Mrs. W. C. Weaver. on, and a- m *Th ey can't talk Schel *apeslateid
................... trct of Columba, where s found the ere aboard of her Jim Co or one to w m he hanade know his de- econded and carried, that about us n.ot progrea.Iee s and Ce oyJ S-ver..

l rdW&.a .n... ::...a iS lt t a thrS ad nu wnen c c iy anv to. no. SSven the g oo p ention be he ld in u t ^ O -d a lr.lo. DSa1..t We^W ^
la.r...........gp............ wel- o a hityhe is at the water works in your city. -abs regard an allegation that the next coiny convention be held in up-to-date. Not if we are awake when Jretie of the PhI
W.w. .n............n .ylargestnegro pep lotion of any city They fought the attacking party, kill W.- H. Htch ,. game warden o en a the gabfest is golg on. No sir, we Nichol..
S.... .........In... the world. t reason eugh wy ing three and wounding some 8 or the county killed three qual on Sept M h credit is due W. C. ott, of are the caady wi ed trips a Diet. -
~ ce ................ :, the republiea ary should be turned 10 Among the wounded the Yankee 11, about six miles from the city Muscogee. for all that tends to a suc- inch wide all aro rd. And our street
S ......... ................. e out of power In Washington It Is Lieutenant Rssel. This daring at- Mr. Loftin, after examining wit- cesful convention, and for free trans- department is the best west of the

cL ......................... 2e methods are costiaued, when the city army went up to headquarters to utchieaon t. lgveb the good people of Muscogee to te alfalt business but we now a
r'U. I u .. --' *** will be malt for self-respecting white avenge it. so on the evening of Oct. Andrew 'Price and his father, C. B. for their kind, whole-ouled welcome, hold 5aether ppia|j We know now Ul



r ......... ........... -- Tampa Tribeae. was made; from our company B, First with Mr Hutchinson was F R. Poa. Caataiaaa at DeFtnlak. works. Tae man with the hoe is 5 s?- S
........... . -.! of w tch we have onl. y a tr ors s a ami ws aden with which the pt art'ne were whn -- "- -- and the sInditl tncov men ta te aegi rtto hay 'f t ei
f.' t 0 o ...............-....-e*** w Onl e a time Aralachicola 2000 men reselectedio These men s Prce under oalh Dr DewLrf t a --T c The eld mouse and the festive Ma
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S.................... they met a mib tau e w ou arimr and flats from Knpp's c harf. PeB fo r fever fHom ens n to S 1 H keH.will sue Hearst. Haskell the recent cold snap are folding their .--
S .... ................s.ne Yen ar newdi su sn a subject wlra 15 men e scted an th e descib ,th c o the dAg o a rH. }, 1 ea the cnio me we yrr a u_ -and



.... 5. .,Pe................... l...-... ....e nt eF hlor s arce peen te tew thw..hmircith..e...tiet sw err.he et h u"t
.t............ .me o Jwhichwe aa only a lite boy 180 men, Albetsi t do w Ewore t d" ot eelieLe- otooTh aymteansof sstenaromLneirattL a




E. ................... eatve be ea su m to din boftplh 1cbeoe. P te rewor wiAnd resrveo. A hard m1r0 oh swmed he wou r- d"n belriot Cnte.. fimnou have een aow to a esk tm At te ru e
... gbreotma ...............i if Bo the of eamer wi and touth e b.rler he had been treating Mr. Hutonehso u Hake. Wol sueoea..H... theicn cd tho a are folinghei




l' .-Oh ..::We'd Jus tO know whatPdeel) the south beach, with CoZ Jackson in


A................... s Johnso desires to leave the in- ,, ,,., 11th he was lying in bed, junaate to The moment county. State or con- veriy, civic pne utL. acousty, in i
? ::::: jg ference that they also disptase with t u; th had not killed gresnional executive. committees are aibu
f. that te Co. ................ T7 t also dispose with there of th witdarkness bayonets.om Undie quail, but on the other hand be- permitted to go behind the returns street t hs td el voters
"S3a t......n s ,'r of th United Sa res ru postedman longed to a gun club which endeavor- and declare the result, that moment to the post whe t comes to deliver-
r ................ The uwaaee Deocrat n d s- lves d States rse thicket to int ed to protect quail; furthermore that sees the finish of the primary y- ing the goods.
S i .....--................. in the prospeeet or at democrats s-selvest the tras retrticket to inter- n his hunting dog was not as described tem of nominations. If candidates
....................ictory at the polls says: The con- smart kirmich took place retriever a they had that. sua they can carry t tf-her coturns Tn
.-.- ~. try is just learning to understand Orders to re-embarkafter day were rank Pou stated that he was not the urts. Courtsalone
bolcan Club ......... e-Bryan": and again:. They (the peo- olin- to a hawser getting oul in the with Mr. Hutchinson on the 11th or power to open the boxes.-Palatka UU
r.'":'.:'."::;:".: ".: "..p Seiple) are beginnIag to.think for them- propeller of the Neate in the meany other day shooting .quail, ad News... .. **
.. 5 selves." This is hardly- a correct pre- '-tine the tide had fallen and- the Sat4 twhk l b Pefore thatd tiere were Ate m kethe law, and it as never the
& ............... sensation t and barges were on the beach Tihewe
Thahmanna & n.a...... swesentation of the case, or at least not i men in the party- tatention of the framers to have the
S ................ a full statement of it. Mr. Bryan .ha aare aon t ndhii Upou this evidence Mr. Loftin dis courts pass on anybody's wrong-do- A1 UAreL sUis u l'
Duke ................... 5 grown; he'has progressed in the last near the beach and fired volley after missed the case. lug Ina coapectien with a primary. us. e'
W. A*r i ........ :........ ... twelve years. In his former camn- volley at the helpless men. A,. J.dge Wolfe I. a Broward ap' -r yI Ca,. -
S .................... s paigns for the presidency he was ad- Two commisioed officers were Get our prices on every- pmiatee.-lake City Index. An automobile party comistiig at perso Ceme
__.m. .... :... ....... so...........db r mpd oy a p lJlled, Capt. Bradford and ieut. N- thin. We can save yoU We idw to Tell it g. N. B. Cook, C.i. .iL rie, P. Ad, while 795
mi..................... 540mred by a large portion of the peo- ans, also about forty men and corn- .----- h- . dit.. r A. f " ca-" 701
::::::::::::::::::::..................... ple for his earnestness, his honesty misiioned offers and about 30 me Money. WiL. John & Som. . J ra J r ouet an-, A. .m W. mae Ipowe rs
&MS-.. and sincerity and also for his bril- taken prisoners. The Yankees lost D n Acu. ple o typ a n mahn itt lf th ty y ed r i
S........... ........ ,$ ae a e rt an n o soners amon them Mj DO'T PAY.. nCARnIER.n -- di- -althis morning we co-- Walnut .l t attd ae..
S...................Iacy h a debater and an orator. Once m theral-must call the weave a eor tat would make the the farmers' istite, which was bh
i a & C.............. 6 Now he supported for all these and o killed. The uave can was attention of lts aherlhers to ae pay.. w ta -at thrat lace y. Sapt:an our o,
4F,... ...................... in addition because of his political stormed and burned. Wilson was In of subcriptis to carriers. notice. Te first visitor to the of- The trip oet. with Mr. Wittich i g.
S..................... w isdm sad iatelligent patriotism. colonel of this New York regimnt Carriers are ts a out rinsed to co tee ths -vAraag brought in one of charge ot the auto was made witbeut ye kaeort d
..............The. people- are c n at nowrBranm. d previcOulv had held lect for the Joural. Its only autem- the largest raceos ever seen In this incident, but wbek they atte.,Ad 4te
& i. ................... Te People are com ug to know BryanA derma of that ity The pa Sed collectos in Pensaola a tealityat e hae ampip proot that return to Pammeas a mstak e e '.,
Cip abn ................... mobetter in every seme of the word. be- cola company had three killed sad te Messrs. J. A. Wales. Sam. M. Roe. the smal was killed In the freight part of Mr. Wit at the ma h eping f
,pSeW.C: It j .. their needs and the country-'s needs. glory and so reported by GeM. B ^_the .rea tep arF C. it I""to a ban, a halforwardr ie the.
Smith .................. ...... s It s not correct to say that the pe- l. .. w L TRIM- "M rste by Ct e. l. hoa later _bea eeinch tarpoa verse Ierw. *make a o ael i
.... ....... so' pie are beiglaiang to think for them-. gaglp s a e y btese gelee'tW t In that ha been caught nte a dlK tt fr 1E
l ..................... ee elves: they have been thinking for A REASON WHY win be acknowledged by the oice In a pot fully a quarter of a mile trip back t dm.t -ot m
S.................... Sl themselves all am. It is only when THERE ARE SOCIALISTS bt me other. the beach. Wb doubt editor n it to ay et
~-~,d d.................... .- a ---l o n I. -y riders. A.rea-l_ at#y tto stahC the ee Ik t rohe emel. te -
S...... ...---. S they don't -thiak as we do that we Editor Pensacola Journal. DA e A. W8~ -T1- twr'Ites uIyke that before hbreakfast-re r e -
31 ejaca. :.::..dou:t eeb it. Some folks woeeder why there are I M_ 1 1AW. to-lI te Wet that u et eut eiac -B


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7 .. ...sen-t several days last week ae aaa ha" "tly enjoyd -in to legal btO slaes ln Justiet Ma-
her cousins Mr.- Wa Mrs. Gale tjt pole's court today.
MIS. 8. w Jili u i m bm e" ibathUbe6 4. 1-sain told the .i M -r. T. C. Cha-, of Pensacola, was
..... H,++-he^m as uy. .; .,I- ts J.m M.lU ., a o- lter thathe to Ct.A t, bri, hetr -I '.ama"h, the business men to viit th Ivbs a Sfo
visiting relatives bere ggg0 to DeFwltak &a run It between piece today. o
home at AnistnAla Wgopa rals sad Is having a Mears. W. A. Mitchum ad H. L
Sy. l .l, t b ,, t keep t t, -aa Gr-th, tweo of Millgan'si prominent fine li I
Ulm Eva hVaughs t h e-Is nego<-titn for a large tB nb n citizens were visitors to the Deep ithe He
Some tet r a most auto. for that Ite that will Water City today.
S mer sp-t i ure. cay six or eight passengers. Mr. J. K. King, of Paxt, was visit- Cn
.and mother, xlvmi~-e- h~. be fi a good prospect that our n .lg his mother and sister, Moes. King
returned from a two tth af to =ay soon have .a much-seeded of and Collnsworth at this place tay.
to relatives in M easllsebit. T ee-fatory. The Bryan and Kern Club Is expect- So c the
m t Miss Vaugh a Ba a. a.ter. a a have .the ed to hold a seessful aehetia at .
a visit to friends in Now TM B- the public school buildag on Thur- Who Will a
gl gram. ilpridia, and MKbile m y .. I O any 1 the day night. Oct. S. Everybody is re-
retared to M cogee last week. quested to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Charie lSeae hae l Quite a number of ioasg people hOUSJ.
a Mr. and A i _ i gathered at the resadIn.e of Mr. H.--
t P '- S?" +...+3Sl -^w, + v* Mr. and LMr. John H. Tompina s etnl l 8 TkJe munaL wae They awe s=Wd in saled aP. Bush tonight for an .li.6shM ed AS fo th"
were visitors to Pensacls this week. Cremantoa. Oct. 5.-The cold waveL ther, She
.. M... "-- n sr. Walter Vaughn spent seve s Mlng Its own ep-to-date. It is thought by sooe of our mos altble forsh
1t ble. wee i itn f r'les3 N. Quite an overhaultag in business is tihe S supefe quaty p citizens tat in wil V b
e I T t iher ser Maro rae-, a I plae. This is very uch to be de, T T
-,-'- r sf"0- ,1 will -ast Ith" Mrs., -Da Murphy. Speal trains woill be raun to u a t o ar hat heTrh TdC Wat OW.C. CO | w cut glaa dJ...
j-i :gssQ4 Ul~b wI meets -. the' Pq rem Club meant Sunday torneo ened by &L. *cne of owners has changed her The Wge. rIL U'. L@ eht.y CO.
ft"00 g ." CAlub wm t tie P-..B...t. Deinnere slbwilroald s er t eeea she drle | | and her september schedule O wt
lgm _l f y Bp. o. 0. umbkre Party at club b he erman-AmUerican Lumber andt, "
spread before d y -, Is a.Co il a mr ltert Milligs, Fa. -r. A. J. o 0o u
M.nt e q Prdo. g odeifyou tcouldntatSSytS. u Ms at Jamthport, andul have taken possess .n lube a pt o Pe 9 P
^r i No. 14,1i n honor o cawfood do a child whon "3 ^ SSI ron, aber lspector from Pen- 99 a Per
1 P 1 Sis m tersl TempleB No. 14, la hofer o It enters It's stomach it ih eaten by The M. E. church building is pro- sacola, cae up last night to Inspect
tW U. We Ast-. .worms. That's the reason your ,baby grewlag very slowly here. some lubear b et toy the .
tsP u r cl. Is ailing, cross, pasty faced and thin. Mrs. Sommers of Bay Head was Scotch Manufactlrian Company. He
r -Gvtry It. White's Cream Vermiftuge. It visiting her sister. Miss Francis leaves tonight for Bagial A L TEST'
Swill expel the worms and aet axl a Kearns at Mary Esther Thursday. Misses Edith and Isbel Grant, who
Stonic for the child. 25c, 50 aad $1.0 The stork was a visitor at Mr. and have ben visit Mrs. A. 0. T
Aa bottle. Mrs. Frank Kinneys last week and a son for several days, retre to their
a. frIed s a In Greenv e Sold and reoomanended by W. A. fine boy was left Ia their charge. home in Peasacola last night.
'frieWs a wi oe t ere eville, D'Alemberte. druggist and sportbetry, Mr. C. W. Forbes Is on the sick J. W. Garratt is weariag "the woni'
A.+ouhP alfo st. PAla. Taey will be there several fr South Palate x ateott o Tumlcyise t. come of tile hthis k the Coronet Pul
-gosew. M Ike F.. la. Mr. R. I4 Studerbaker hax skipped f arrival of a new girl hay at hs beae.
Ia. t et aSeleght Mrs. Ralph- away tol Blountatown to attend court, The young lady arrived Tuesday and straight switch
of 1. Maonanna re n theu y ge just as if he couldn't get all the qn mjoys excellent Jealth.
Stv t, M a rians r a fna da s in the courtig close at home that he is en- Mr. R. A. Rosier Metrned this mor- rolls. Hair ne
be-fri for a few days.title to. la from Pensacla sa Mte, where
a 1 he U Mr. Edgar de la Ras left Sunday a Mr. James Rusael the liusiness end Jh he has been attending lu.iness. ShadiS. Best g
S- for trp w Iwk will Include Wash- of our school is on tae sick list, but Mr. H. A. Ray, a tarpentiae opera-
ii ,, I S Mla.t New York, and other cities.. special to The JeurwiM has not dismissed school account of splendid talk, and everyone present tor of Crstview, is in town tlght. a
-' He will b t abent several week- DeFunlak Springs, la., Oct. 5.- It yet. expressed themselves as to the suw The steady cotton market seems to No
The irst to patroalse the nw a Mr. Wm. Railsback s not able to cess of the school. be quite an nduemnt to our local
Mr. H. IlleAt of FMorala. Ala.. was mobile route weretD E. McCais u ad Wet around yet. There was quite a good attendance farmers, as large mbers o bales ar No. 11 East I
*I I V Tt-. in town a ort while this week wife'f Freeport J. J. MCasll Jr. We think Mr. Crawford is some- at the Baptist church yesterday, and being shipped from teM station every
at of traacting b es and wife coin on the next trip. what off of hisase when he want; the chureb, in conference, resolved week.
MMl 0s otm_ who-- u ^-Mr. and Mrs. Dan MewlAe came up a change in the primary systemm and that laurel Hill church call for a let- erev J. T. Mapee leaves this mora-
Srm n who has very from report onTuesdayto take the asks that the common. plain laborers ter of dismlsaon from the Graves As- nlg for Holts, where he goes to
S.ill of typb fever, convalescing, train for Peasacola. ad returned home and the uayseed democrats should b ati0on, and apply to the Zlon Bap- church appoiata ts
Smunach to the deltght of aay anxious on Saturday. give their serves to the party tree, tis*t Assoclatton for membership. Daniel Burkett, Jr.. and wti, ac-
-aw Miss Mantle Buchanan came home but we think otherwise, we think that M irs. D. Moore, W. H. Jones. compared by his sater, Miss Moie
SMr. ra. ward Swift, of from her school near Deerland to the ss asheIld do the printing free Rev. W. E. CI *te. R. J Hart, Burkett. arrived e day r ur-
wuge, 1213 Bast GO asstreet are pend Sunday with her pamnat. and that la y rs shoidbe eliminated and Johns Steele, elected as mesen- kett. Ala.. ad are WlTlHlt "e
moryng The well for our waterwo rks is from the field of politics entirely, and gets to the Zion Aseociation, who will here now.j
atr as e at a oe da ay I L- own about 500 feet, but they aect we would get better and fewer laws, bear the letter of application, mtision Uttle Dewey Mtehus, daughter of
ig. tog to have it some deeper. The p as a result. e etc. Rev. Wiley F. Martin. W. A. Mitch of this city, Is report-
S-arebeing laid around the cle former pstor, was elected for the en- ed quite lk.
SVANILLA UIKJ SLUE RION. steam ditch digger throws od the -r e g year, the latest Vote cast ever John Crec. a student operator.
40 66e Party. Not ely is It pea but on f great dirt lively HiA le being t a o tput i o ee call wa workayg at Loc A hc td i t
4!3 ^ WTS>^S Oe aorte S Bstre t ad delicacy. Unequaled for Gordon Henry'has returned-to the t LAUREL HILL naimous The clerk reported the homeseveral days ao and is report- The Latter Wi
Thl de-erws Tdlane University at New Orleast, to. adfte ns to the church as follows: ed seriously ill with lever. His may
Terselyto olmompet oofd for bapm thS association friends wish for him a speedy recov- Preliinary
-p.*Jlii ~t. Wtr7 PIht 5 Thich &I I. Bk wh o mevedee al year, 40: received otherwise, 20; cry.
SLarge st ck of Bauggy and indlna 1 about amot S Laure irO.5.-Pubic e11eerienced a rather ae Mill and Evaporator Thursday
*o cured a lot on Elevent stretw, and school openeit W morning with 90 unique marriage a few eng ago.
WWagO ar Wi. John has a new house well under way, and stu nts. Pro.t .Taennies a o prin- is a he acid paed cheap. W on & So
Mr..and e Mrs. N. Co ber l ft Smday ant.sMissJAlma et cond assist- y ernoo
port so as totakepassag a ant. Rev. W ey rtin pasor of rel H est physicians, TURKEYS AND EGGS C., having in his
o = t. morning for Camp Walton =ad eccpy the Baptist rc intoced the i F Atiudy th, d -- Harvey Withetrpoc
t ,. their cottage1 there for a c~e .of t. Shes- S nE a o w y m boring seterao theyon.g
Seeks. prayer. 4 tl people had arranged to go to church Gophers, ,Chckes and gs al- ed there recently
5Ir- T aager. Bl worth of theateamer set F7 the doctor andMiss Wetherly being ways on hand. Poh 343. 301 S. the local offcer.
SpSgS Mf '.- A Eugene, had his family wit o alar. t present. a part of the crowd. As they were on Bayle, coner GOvermet J reached Pensacola
iSSt Mua^s^cogeeS Ow An- th eboat for a weekA but a W a oe. Tesch their way to the artist church, the Rod e thaesm
%do.-HAnte anot**We.drowoof doctorsandohisietk,0
.a dainty Ala are ter grand take the wrong street, and the next rnger Thursday a
ewhichhwas a -ir factr hoocurringe MkadL_ whcwIIaIIsa -Ufac. P. StokesrnadnJ,
y- 'i p."was,. mbt of e trs U rn. Mang. weD. sof- :. f, i^ NMuai K'h mhe o Iio, hra.
mak the next ,moved to their rCer home i Tler COFFEE MA SE SE.ASONE D S .a.. of -

.'Mrs. ; J. a meL many friends here. and both are to be a e a d
Mr.~M NiMs ..eMrs-. e Je H. r Pattend daugh- c'gratulated. Laurel Hill is to be emes up for trial
,5 Mr. son were vistos to Pe Fr of nc lFi tIt taaes theTr Hicks a prominent mill hi.-0cT
M.day and Saturday. sIT- golwie--a f 1t-Ilb can. Nman of Liberty Hill. wasvisiting rela-
spent several day. In M..uscee t.i THE: REILY TAYLOR COMPANY. The entire town is in sympathy
k_ 4 1ATtIR. week. She ban with her on display U & A. with Mr. land Mrs. John Walker, who an Thoh W MA
,a, Bl. It toe week of at Mrs. Joh1 -Muings qdite a line N-W EAIS t) 8. A. have buried two of their children the a, VCT O
a yu, ctod s by the Wo- of fall and winter hats. CapmellhStad se )'t i s. past two weeks. It is thought the
OWthe Palitx Metho- Mrs. Ed. Price has returned home sickes was partly due to the loca-
*. .a g ld an Inarease yes- after spending tbe summer with her tion of their home, owing to the im-
tl"A interest is being dis- mother. MrsJ Lewis at Pedro, Ala. pure water, Mr. Walker having moved A--es oP
f a rhflPor .today Is as Miss Sadte Neial of Brewton is the pLre 7o r1 5 Zas 1_D f ^ to lia own resdMence, and no further W. relad. a white man, resid. ii I
.JS " ,M guest of rMa BnIJle Fltterton. T e Jour l f W as trouble Is expected. In-, at di o seh P
W Ga v.Mr. aad Mrs. J.H, Patterson have Mr. John H. Givens. general super- fox street, was examined yesterday pains
Mrs D Gvn. issued Invitatlons for the marriage ntendent of the Falco mill, was in afternoon by Drs. Brice and McMillan ,imint tims, 'it tih
l l d laby Mrs. D. B. Ruther- of their daughter Bessie to Dr. A. J. Laurel Hill Saturday and Sunday. Mr. for the purpose of ascertainaug if BaoLa e real
s el i s" Johnson to take place in the Presby- Givens is not only a hustler in secular Moreland was suffering from leprosy, ~ ht' Doew
es biyr Xigh -Nell Richards. terlan church at Muscogee on Oct. business, but always' leads in church complaint to this effect having been cure it
Mar .t_ Mrs. A. R. McAlister. 14t. T'.au weaa* rs, as to the fnancial part, and made by several parties. The doctors v .mln Penm li
+ g.. .v itMr. and Mrs. T. SL. Bayeur were i never has made a profession, as to a have decided that Morela'd is not Rd loat hb
Svialtors to ola Sat ay. church. At the call yesterday be ask- suffering from suh a diasae. -. 'Be. 220'
9..Mrs. Jtn Cokherir sof PeOseola is i r ied permission to speak before the Moreland, who has been a ufferer P C.enail l "
isiting her sister Mrs. O-lie Mul- \ votes were counted, the privilege being from his present affletieon or a leOag age t. a e
iiMg lON. i I granted. He wanted to know if the number of years. fs not connne. to hs ca.gh.t.e
ON. Mlas Angle May Harvey of Pensa- pastor's salary had been paid. The bed, and appears to be suflerlug less t b"e m i ods
;ll t Ia very ill at' cola made a business trip to Mus- treasurer reported a small amount was than in former years. o. wa an ado
altle#-e dates, Mrs. Jaa. coaee this week. Miss Harvey has , due. Mr. Givens Aesked that tbhe syItsitm
.gIM] W aH John S' Claytes, organized a music lass here and will .1 E amount be raised at once. he heading eck which troubled i
.-s street. return next week to tegin her work. .the list with $20.00. o eA PT M1 he l st i
.-D-- _-.' Dr. A. J. Joehaon was a visltot to Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of Geneva l a th l t
.1 aa de la Rua Pensacola Wednesday. ,, spent a few days with their sons. Dan 1 aw I wir
..,.. uid vilst with Mrs. Rielardu sO of Alabama Is the and Ernest. last week. Mr. Campbellse
gu. "est of i'er daughter Mrs. R. W. Is |n old veteran, and always gaint+ KidTiIS p P
-. : - ,Mobley. friends where he goes. He and his CryIl Pbaf 2y'.
gg M Y fr Toleo. I cas Miss Iree Hargis of Pensacola wife seem to be in perfect health. H El IN| SP C T O S "'
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"a THE INPURE I 1Oo STOROE. C- C..OU.. Willoats. Wster-ole


~. Climme Speeala t Toe Jounal.
Ealrl. an. Oct. 5.-Attorney R. Meet To-Ng FO mmmer te
At r abe E A. MCGeachy, of Milton. was attend- take oth-r.
S Q aS q tee Tis

are comnlag In rufarly. The Clerks and inspectors to massage
C "- To%"d specials that arrive daily would the g election o Noveber
SPi fr make the housekeeper's mout U are to be appointed teaiht by the ww
S wamnter. i ,ll s g Board of Coauty Comlmrisoera.
,. ..- Amate latt amood ths when that body will held a special
----to et r which the pme food meeting for such a purpose.
store is noted ar: I Under the law all at the lpector
I well & Rhile's lutenl I cannot be of one party, and heretofore O
frwelliesgluten the Republicans ha ame ies
Dr. Johnsen's *EtAcator w' whom they desired to represent the
Crackers. a at the polling plates. mi the ml
Duret ouve 011. every can hners havethe ritept O c
Henry Clay Floui-. i Ia MW o..A wil he ie _g II .... --
XUncMlcjs'sCandy. an and will please any of th arsee ,t not ha y
Cof-ee soam s e s. TeanAoi. Only in sealed SPPW
We ae exc e ag ents for "To it FOUR ARRESTED, look like
most of the above, which are ot f potct BUT PIAagTal
quality." Now 31 cents p
a p,- -at y.Or grocer.. ad I -
0 N Co. ss The Ein
Se -GOWN FOR THEATRE *9 M 6 W7AL EvENING WEAI. f the ae
The acumanrt deg ^ shom a ga rmigstyle tor as inrlnaaH 0. tm& Ms S60k.' 'Eb,
Fabrics beM a'll bees bfuprterL m slor satt S CO., the eur -Ma ha'- SPh
Pho*= aMW TS. rectire. trimmed wad wai tpo a The imttae s m rrrl ,asr
'.%-- of white tulle, and wa In a'2p Is Me% but&a h-need gauimpe
Ti mAR. W of tucked tulle or white lain eweA uead desired. sf


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PHILIPS

ill Be Given a
Hearing on
Afternoon.

Van Pelt returned
from Ashville, N.
custody James
)u Pailips, arret-
upon request t of
As 'soon as they
Philips furnished
f $500 for his ap-
County Judge Bel-
ternoon for a pre-
He hai employed
judge L. J. Reeves
eune.
ed with embesle-'
esterday after
no statement to
w when the cab
that he in not
;e brought against


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cute pain In ay 'my
I me severely at
o ached cometeat-
of work tired me.
W~tot. worse fa"
lea-Tr'n of Rsn'ag
o .- a ox i atn,
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1908.


CLASSIFIED A'VERTSEMENTS THAT PAYV:::N RW.?


oYUo 'Wat Someone Else May Have. S O ADVERTISE IT aS What You Have Someone Else May Want


IL~


As Lu ing For a Hme?
la> IO Malre *"E" street. situated on a crmer.
lH I. maee ae be" had on easy torms ......... S2O0
&, m WastW Gover"nment street, with l*et 30 by
du ag, bouet mries saeth of the cI ty frontldnl both
_. amid Coreunty ed, with 3 aeres,an under dnace
g-+ gg.- ... ......................... ........ ........ 1 ."
me.,- m.= $am6.___
r s I. e k etmanet, for bt ............$I0S 0
Y40wi U* anUen P Iay, wib beautiful
abaotnsete a40"o of MU with Mtwo heuss
N. W. Cer. Jacksi and- DeViNle Mstreets, upon


itde pt* h at NO at, atltaud -on a
S&onTarm sWiA SO* ****** ret*a e*** a **
M&PPPKRTY OF ALL KINDS TO SUfl YOUR WANTS.
SNmANCE A SPWcIALTV. LOANS MADE IN ANY AMOUNTS
AT UMRSENT RATES.
*h.E Oles or Swfs f Lot In O Wunt UuidIsg,
O CoRRAPONDEMCo SOLICITED.

NroN & .WAAsoNW
a "THE RENTAL AgiTSy.* ^
R AL pTAT. RErNTALA AND INSURANCE AGENTs.
bagh P K St. Phone No. 54.


WANTED.

9o. =' wt?~tb --e-Mte
RestS~S.Address .Q
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,satomaW.


Is-A thel ad.ls to know that
bad patters sin Parisian Iafle
uw. q Dee 5s63Ii? leolin


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"THIS FOR THAT."
Wj eS;C* time and ptaen bY
tWaa Ada They aowf The ow mapj
ARt are tz epse
FOR SALD OR EXCHANOE-A good 5-
Tro m boRea with an modern conveaka
eA. oe inand close to three car lnes.
Joi. .N.
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LOST.
LODT-Japanese Bracelet of sandalwood
ead @iver. Reward for return to 10i0
Most Jakseon street. Tctt
SDIrT-Ouoe female pointer dog. color
white and black with blue spe Close
UL LReward of .00 for return to 106
Zarragossa street. Pbone S36. 7octlw*

REWARD.
or atu of packaW e taken from
MW tore. corner Palafox and Govw-
fe Nm t streets, by mistake, Saturday
*aU. 4 Oct. Srd.
T1. ackage contained one pair of
bee Shoos with rubber leel 0one
dmo-n sM k hlndkerolets, aad a piece

H. O. ANSON.
XO er a eta. Rewd tf retr t
-6 ;mt Cranates St. Soctlw*


TWO =42MDOGS. near poorheuma.
one h Uad m6 onlo
WOWebm~a4. fat and 1mmwart e o
.or X. mm above taLl.now- MgSw
I 1'In ledeadencla. lSqIO t


a 0" b t7 h
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FOR SALE.
FOR SAL-Good saddle pony and one
saddle. Cheap. Pon' stable, W. In-
tendencia street. Toctlw*
FOR 8SAL at a bargain, a lot 65x125
feet. with 4-room house, located at 604
. *'0" street. Apply o n preamises.
octtlwo


UPRIGHT SMITH & BARNES Piano, al-
most new, 75.-0 cash. Call phone 593.
or 320 West Cervantes St. soctlw
FOR SALB-G od surrey. Also famlw
hee.. Leade BIapks. 3octlw


-JoaMa.RSA -TImbered. lands in large or
*mad tracmts. Southern Real Estate and
Inv mat C.. Flomaton. Ala. oct3tf
FOR SAWLI.-Lots 7 bad S. block 110. New
CtWoyaW. Marble. 730 Twelfth Ave.
loctlw*
LAUOICN bSethm&lo 44-ineh beam. 7
P. ie. Speed about 10 miles per
ham,. Af A. A Wrighte 6 w. Ro-
SA. Wrlgtpn, 6 sept3SOtf
YOU SALr-A eame -story house with all
sre a- Io on corner tac-
3 I -beautif aome on Bayou
C..- the .v.a.t0 cot, more
than these al e S at J
a M and lotson ast Hill,

a6-mb=- eo-rner let. N:-spring






o .l Mr adint o frn Pe. -
St. Cleme 1, 13to.
A 5-eem IS and 3 lots oa North
Dedh st t str mt e e




Da m. and tob seo land
an with woven-w re




D novlartly t;y
C.tt W- 00 a. e 50*nt m b oSter


agm em _lteM jal Olive, butlon
.16Suon old Jackson



an nm d -als e a1-room houses
S t tobacco land.
"IWV- d=partly cleared, partly tim-
br. FnteToak, pear. chestnut and other
bIlass in p-es. also ouggy harness.
waPon and farming t ans. t-room houseDr
5I..tobtst.b1 _w*th two rooms; 1 25-fot
baR and the autbeases. Suitabletfor
anitarium, country club. fatory, hotel
or stock rming. PrIce 3.000. For sale
or ex"cha"e i fr crty poverty. Improved
or unnoved, In art payment, and the
balance as. or particulamrs, address
0. A. von aasy, P. Box 603, or Fisher
Ral Bstate Agency. 17septlm
FOR SALE OR RENT-Deabreexe cottage
oa Santa RoMa sound. Good outbuild-
tigs and about 1 acres land. extending

12maug
FOR SMAL-Second-hane Kranich a
114 bPlan.; Cheap and n easy tenns.
'JP e 3S. L.sept-


L S. BROWN COe.
REAL STATE.
LOANS
INSURANCE.

Note our ai elsewhere In to-day's Jour-
nal, about houses you can own on the
rent plan. Talk it over with your wife.
and see us.

Agente Thiesen Midlding
O 8Ce Second Plor. -


MONEY TO LOAN.
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW 'money;
or if you would like to lend some at a
good rate of Interest on jlt.ed d se-
curity. try The Journal's Want aolmns
It is the quickest, easiest ad chmapost
way.
WE have $19,000.W tno --- te4 s
class. per cent mort-u R =s on real
estate in amount from $ .e i.
You have w ed for your money, now iet
It work for you. The Fisher Real ERtate
Agemey. 206 So PalafoX Street., 1*-Jwm


Are you getting 8 per cent. net for
your money? If not. you don't t all
that is "coming to you." We can place t
on frst mortgages on Improved ty ro-
erty. How much does I ay you lai D
doin nothing? Leslie B. Brooks, H


MONEY LOANED on a lnade te-
t, al property on short notice.
tem. uburban lots sold on easy ay-
meat. J. I. aY Co.. 2 W. omM
MONEY LOANED. on ream estate anj
- personal propertyin to etyt of Pen-.
sacola on short notice. Terms easy. J.
W. Bullard 29% South Palbo srer.
PMon ae 1144

BOARD AND ROOMS.
TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS for
light housekeeping. Apply 614 E. Jack-
son street. Toctlm*
FOR RENT-Rooms suitable for light
housekeeping. Apply corner Cervantes
and Cordova streets. Phone 1457. octim
ROOMS FURNISHED OR UNFUR-
nished, 102 N. Alcants street, phone
1102. octlW
FOR RENT-Two completely furnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping.
Use of gas, bath and phone. Apply in
mornings. Phone 1225. 2ocUOtl


TWO ROOMS COMPLETELY FUR-
nished for light housekeeping. Both
gas and phone. 301 W. Chase St.
septh9tf


BOARD AND ltOOMS-Large house,
pleasantly and centrally located. 319
GuUllemarde St. 29ept
TWO UNFURNISHED rooms, close in:
good neighborhood. Apply 425 East
Zarragossa. llsept


FOR RENT-Comfortable furnished rooms
with gas and bath, one block from Pala-
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. lseptim*
FOR RENT-Furnished or fu rnalshed
front room, southern and eastern ex-
posure. phone and bath, to desIrable
party. North HIL Private family. Ad-
dress Box 574. lreug


-e -.- We)8,


PERSONAL.
IFI. -wbhoe cook let
Without notice I wtise. she will place am
ad. In these for another and then
e1f all the trouble at one* -


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FOR IAI -A la quanatty of old
wa mu at eeats a bundle.
AB e ad ready for use. Just the
thu ft r wra n or peeking purposes.
R aALK ADS. always bring results.
w IJhy d you try The Journal's Want
Ads.T re doing; wederful thngs
for otb people ad not you?
S mATIL r tresh otlee aIL Just
geoeved. 4 M & Om., M Damth
Palants s et. Phee U?. lestj

FOUND.
FOUND-Gold locket in Bijou Theatre
Metday night. Owner can have same
by proving pro ty and paying for this
ad. Apply tre oce. 7octit*
FOUNr-A place to have ladies' hats re-
modeled ad renovated. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Phone 1325, or call 400 N.
Davis street. 4octlw*


a'-


~aa~


LIVE STOCK ,
AND POULTRY


TO CATTLe OUW79=8-I have a pare
breds S.ew bul r ervl Rates
ia c.. "corner eth

FOR SALE-Two goot mules. Leslie E.
Beka. s3ectlm
W HIl Pi DUKS-For prices and
Information to W. 8. Merm. P. O.
Be 7, Warr la. 29eeptw
WANTED-Goad -lekh cow at once. Ap-
ply W. 8. GoieM. Socttt


WANrT-B-Tbe pubb to know that. we
have mwd the receipt for omuoumd-
iag thee t Nua Chicken PIod.
Weo iM A prdcer. Chapr than
corn. t. B et. Phone s7..q 2ewmpm


=L~ .the 4s ha your route or th lice


Some Rare Bargains
$2500-68 rooms, bath, gas, electricity,.
sewer and all modern. North Hill,
one block from Palafox.
$3500-9 rooms, East Gadsden street, be-
tween 8th and 9th avenues. Bath,
gas, electricity. $500 cash, balance.
s per cent. This house cost over
$4000.00.
$1600-5 rooms and hall, Fast DeSoto,
near 10th avenue. Lot S0x137%.
$100 cash. $20 month.
$2100-5 rooms and hall, new. East Jack-
son street, between 11th and 12th
avenues. Terms easy.
You can buy a home cheaper now than
you will be able to later In the year.
$25.000 to lend in amounts from $100 up,
on improved real estate.





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


HOTELS.
Old newspapers arue at a times
eterIn the tror In the e. The
Journal sells them at yve ants per bundle
They are neatly tIed convenent to


TER RESORT-The "Old Mill" Inn. -'
bay shore, 10 mInutes ride from city r *, L ORIDATS
lecric car Ine, wW be open for the WESA LORIDA
r Oct. 1. A modern conveniences.
ress MissW Uem. alor. t _ld_" WANT ADS


se or sorhave ua8les i
*-- m f av. ,- APALACHICOLA:
RY HOTB in Wes Florida ad FULLER HOTELVJ A chicola. Oldest
ath Alabama abou e r a small adt etabits hotel n cty free bas.
his column. The ost Is oly $1.50 best service. Rates 1.60 and $2.00. Spec-
aonth for four tnip or les. Isl rates by week. Jeaklas. Prop. 1


wanv


Are you looking for a pony
for the little ones, or a pet dog,
or aome nice pigeons? Or may
be you would like some chicken*
to Ineure fresh eggs for your
breakfaL.

No matter which it is, if you
want any or all of these, there's
an easy way to got themrn.

Just turn to the want page of
The Psnacola Journal. There
are hundreds of people who are
daily advertising in The Journal,
aw-Pa. sm-M"t they hav% -or
esbange. it fr n something else
A"ey need.

For instance: John Senith
sWAst leave town in a hurry.
He seeks a buyer for his horse,
or poultry, ft dAg, or cow, by
advertising in The Journal.
XEvans Brown, who is going int: 4
We dry goods business needs .
os o ready cash to start on. He
will sell his automobile cheap.
or his summer cottage at a sac-
mice.

You can never realize the
preIt theme little daily Want
Ads yield, nor the volume of
b sinMmees they 1Wesat until
.ou have c f read an to
vestigated them. Start reaming
alummal Want Ads today. Poeti


s* m* a* ma 1
ewpday.

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4-


$2050.00

( N *For a large 2-story dwelling
S.house and store combined, on the
northeast corner of Maxent and
Government streets, on two lots.
This s1 an Ideal location for a
-, .
jTerms, $50.00 down and 3L.00 a
month.


Call and see our
of property.


THE A B, C OF INVESTMENT
Is to buy v sere 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 rulee-
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--tth Horace Greeley's aphorism--"Young Man. Go>
West," and the advice is good, but does it not strike you, that If you are
going to buy. you might as well buy the best, that is buy lots with the
company that builds and develops?
All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensacola lots with any
other property in or around Pensacola.
We guarantee street car connections through to Magnolia Bluff within
nine months from date.
You can buy these East Pensacola building lots now for $50 and up.
each according to location, on the Installment plan, at 10 per cent. down
and 5 per cent monthly, no Interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
and mortgage or all cash with liberal discount.
Only 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 line was extended and many of these lots have sold
for $600.00 each. since then. East Pensacola will do as well. The biggest
boom that ever occurred In the history of the world, will within the next
few years take place in Real Estate, and mark these words, East Pensacola
will be a record breaker.
No lots sold to undesirable parties. We shall have some Interesting
things to say from time to time, but the most interesting of all is this--
Don't Walt. Get in before the 250 lots are sold.

The Pensacola Investment Co.,
1 North Palafox St.


list
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FOR RENT. ,
-EAT" SIDE.
1211 E. CemuaItes St. .........M
Cor. 13th Av. and 10th St. ..$1MS
'or. 15th Ave. and 14th St. .
No. 308 L. bt endencia .....
S STORES.
DeLuna St.'.............. ...
M E. Intendencl .............
10 South Tarragena ..... M
1 South Tarragona ........
13 W. Romana ...............ggi
Store near Palatex.'
Sts.. two offices upstairs.


An Investment.
We have for sale at a sacrifice to right party, a large sash, der and in- .
factory and planing mil. situated at Bagdad and Pensacola, Fla. Thtis lant
Is up-to-date In every way and cap be purchased on very reassnable terms.


THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
"THE RENT COt Ir *TORS"
REAL ESTATE. RENTS and LOANS
4206 S. Palaex St. Ph.. 8T. Pa aaoe.lp, rfloAei
^ ---^^ W -* ---


HELP WANTED.,
WAANTED-A boy with wheel to do col-
lecting about the city. Address "Col-
lect," P. 0. Box 243. Pensacmla. 7octlt*
WANTED-A colored girl for general
housework. Must be neat and not
afraid of work. Apply 706 West Garden
St. 7octlt
WANTED-Asstans t seanstress to work
in our alteration room. Apply Ready-
to-Wear Store, 9-11 S. Palafox St. Toctit
WANTED--Ofice boy with bicycle, at
Empire Laundry. 7e41t
WANTED-At oce. small olered boy at
the Imperial Cigar Store, lobby Brent
building. 4octit
WANTED-Lady and gentleman can-
vassers to hqnile useful-household arti-
cle. Good money; sells at sight. ApplY
310 E. Government St. 4oct
UNCLE SAM wants Mail Crers nd
Postoffce Clerks., Examinations hTe
November 18. Exawminations for Railway
Mail Clerk. Customs Clerks and Clerks at
Washington condng. $600 to 1600M yearly.
Common education sufficient. Prepara-
tion free. Write. Frankll Institute.
Rochester, N. Y. octlm*
WANTED-A good socltcitr. Must be a
hustler. None other need apply.: Call
at once, between 12 and 2 o'clocL. 102 N.
Alcanlz St., Cor. Chase. .octt
AGENTS WANTED in every section to
write the best acldent and health hIn-
surance in existence. $2S week easy
made. Write A. M. Steen, Jr., Manager for
Florida. Palatka. Fla. soctsw*
WANTED-A carrier boy wtth a wheel.
Apply Circulation Department, Journal.
27sept
WANTED--bMkdle-ag.t wLtte woman to
do cooking and Deusework: position per-
manent to right party. Must give best of
reference. P.O 0. D" 347, Marlanna. Fla.
22septlm*
WANTED-A rst-clms orseshoer. Good
salary to right man. Apply or address
J. K. Morgan, 10 Im ast Cervantes street,
City. lseptUm*
WANTED-Railway Mall Clerks Mail
Carriers, Postolqce Clerks, 911 6.6
yearly. Vacation. Pr= Zatltn free.
Examinations berve Nove e Ith; com-
mon education sufficlenat. Write Imme-
diately. Franktlin Inatitute, 4ocheteO, N.
Y. septim
EDUCATIONAL.
FULL CONSERVATORY COURSE. Nor-
mal method. Harmony, Theory. Peda-
gogecs. Students, qIualfled for teaching.
Certificate awarded. PheWi M7. Madame
S. Eloise Hun. loetim
MISS MARGARET MACT.AT will repoen
her Kind.inparttn at 31 W. Strob
street on Monday, October the 5t0. Phone
729. 7eeptlm
MR. WILLIAM PACKHAM. Mas. Bac.,
Organist of Crst CMBrch. SingIg,
Piano, Theory. Lesons at Pupils res
dences; also orgav P. 0. Address. Pen-
sacola Flia. 16eptlm
PIANO LESONS-Mie GmQrtrude Fried-
man.Poe2. o 222 W. Cervantes St.
Issept
MRS. WILLAM BESSE Y.Conservatory
graduate, has Wad long and successful
experience In piano nstruction; Is ready
to take advanced pupils in technique,
phrasing and Musical Interpretation, com-
bining Critical Music Study, History.
Composers and Ter WOerlT. classes for
chil;am will be o -en a 'Klde
plan. New d'attractive metba .-4"
East GAdadea. lseptOm


Leal Adverawise nt
In Escambia County Circuit Court. State
of Florida. In Chancery-pOa 8tetk
en Artea Stephe. "
On Monday, the 7th day of Deeembed_
A. D. 1No the defendaat, Artlhtt
Stephens is required to appear to the
aled against her herein. This order
be published one published coach wee kf eigt
consecutive weeks In The PensagoavJo .
nal, a newspaper piblished t said lsc-"
bin County. A. M. MMsab Clerk
Circuit Court. By C. 0. Hartafleld D.
Pensaocola. Fla. Sept. 14, 9. is

In Court of County Judge. Sate u P -
Ida. Escambla County. atate a.
Lucy- Touart, decese .
By the Judge of said CoWrt. WM a
Jlsephine Touart has
Court for Letters of Ada
the estate of Lucy Touart. di5cae. late
of said County of Esambla; These am,.
therefore, to ct pA- miih a al d
singular the u iMne ade ey 0,C of mnid
deceased to-be and awesr befier thMe
cowrt on or before the 28th day of Oc-
tober. A. D. 13K and fle bjections.Kf
ay they have, to the erantba af Letters
f 't *ration oa sad te other
wie the ame will be grad to sai
.-Jeosptne 50art -or to some oter St
person or person. WltesM
s Co dtyugoe theto "Mny iii


NOTICE TO PIU oI.
Neither D. FlWatoth or J. H. HarL
will be rjapsi e for de6ts costrac

J. M. EMMADBLL.

Proposals for constructoo. Pert a1r-
ranas. .la Oct. 6., IM, gawidnle p-
ale In tripleate wil be received here unt.
i1 a. tM, Novenmber. 1u-, for construe-
tig haplus- k d a w i are-
man's quarters at Fo rt Pickle-. Fta.
Plan- and seciations traim d VC
depo lt of 41.4 6to insure return
mforamofurnished upan appcation to
the AnW drgned. A.bZ L. 3MA n, Q. M.

MISCELLANEOUS
S. C. YOMMo wiM repaIr your rmo.
Make it sod as new. Cth aeg n M sr-



vaJt or ay -e else. M 0.

A. H. M.eLOD o .. aiikCs
vass from 14-itch to *6-inch @15


IT MAKES NO DIP WOS hot
e*v Iso or found, or W at yn ave
for a or want to buy or ssa It
makes mo deference whether y"n wt to
alm e naaee or want a Job, The ur-

MERCHANTS TBBJ CO.. -t, U.
Tbormso. Prcp, sour& s 4n
MI" ads a. revmv a
for Furniture ed

YOU ARE JUDGED by ym prtamg,
It cos more to have the best. nf
It do" at the Mayes Print C OsB 3S4W.

JNO. A.ainG-3Mfasr aet =11, teatse,


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DWELLINGS

212 W. Wrl t.t, .........0... e0
1800 N. Palaf.l .......- .. 1600
S905 N. ReM St. ............ 12
724 W. Zara .........0.00
207. N. *a ............ 5.00
Large' 10-room house at Fisher-
ville, wIth electr lights,. bath. hot
and; old can e rented fur-
nished or unfurnished; 2 servant
houses In yard; 2 blocks from car
line.
BOARDING HOUSES.
National Jiotel, 18 rooms ..,...75.00
300 E. Wright St ........... 00
216 8. DeViliers' St. ..........
Cero. RqtP a and Palafox


$100.00
Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Residence Section
of East Hill, block from"
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, hot and cold water,
sanitary connections, 9-
foot front and side gal-
lery. South front. Large
lot. The balance like
rent. Don't slave for
your landlord.

5 lots on 16th ave-
nue car line, the
cheapest property
in this section.. .$100

J0. W. Bullock, Jr,
PHONE 608
Rooms 304-306 Thiesen Building
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L CSAV


Oct. I.-The Sual orguals
a 'C-earvation League
I hPefsuident RoaeveC
Sa" William
WUlnIL Taft honored
has beeTn complete
i Al Umted Maine Worke
ar p 1K. Sfhwab,
,kof the Nation
Sas vice press
h**)Is-. Walker L. Fish
Sve president.
ii of the league no
Stie following o
= Civic Absoclation.
ewration of labo
J retry Asociatlo
I Railway Asmociatio

S ppl River It
SAaociation.
i GOaW Deep iaterway


Ass


tb I e .spand e"t lrbkms "u' .IMBI WH DOOMED TO DIE. ,
i-- -~-k ---itn is- sThe Rat Must Go, is the Verdict of
fut~^,urem l east-ve- .. ...v E l Helth Officers verywhere.i
a-t*nsoa. T m .'ii*.4 d 4 gwo 'dou im -Phyallans e verywhere recogni the
b W he O be UilU and velopmem and of our i t Elbbp^ ate sroeurces tuiftea s muacas ihd r am fts.r r ats tearmElectri, Rat and Roach
tPaste totthe best and Pj Tnlest method of
tinf killing off rats and dangrewos vermin of
Oak6111Cn LS O1lMi fores I -andi m ua d-l -i "UI N[ it drives rats out of the hous- to die.
Pr IV ery .rctioa or waste, n aii i i ,.nd ic guarantee td t., k llthem or money
ther~ ~v~ery5t pntlo ore ve wete, sl so ee refundd.a oAlso e xte rminateM cockroaches.
SYB 4of future generatlisa. sold by drusggists or general stores
*-The Con'ervation ,16 is aerywhere or sent prepaid on recipt of
l'.riee. 2. oz. box 1 1oz. box $1.00.
ily t P both f .aW tearsrs Electria Paste Company. Buf-
.L11111tr It does apt attem pt to ( t.o. N. Y.
liiiiin the the pectie u fuatfn ad the
--inaition and of the states upos t hIs
ueston. Ito sts upon ae eectlve p g Tra C nS of Chivalry, the highest degree of
operation of sate and nation t O A lAlowship, b- conferred upon
cover the entire eld of the proteoa Notes of IOto St Along Maj. Cha-. Friederiehsen and Capt.
and development of our natural re A. H. D'Alenibrte. of this city.
sources. It seeks to bring to this c- The Bay 1rot. If the supreme lodge adopts the
oIeration the active practical suppo recommendation the two local Odd
of an Intelligent and disinterestedt. ** Fellows will be the first in the stat,?
zenship." The .- ck Cavtlre, of the E. 1; to be honored wit i such a degree.
Slightly Colder with Snow. Sunders fleet, took Ice Y-3t.-d; v an4 f
When yon see that-kind of a weather will cail today for the sna:po, ban:i. i
forecast you know that hle--'"a * Dr. Mallory Kennedy
weather is at bhad. Get ready for T'e British teamehiu Salihurst -
inow by getting a bottle of Ballaw waich srrvcd i Monday night ,'-cir up has returned to ihe city and reumed
ow Uiniment. Fnmest thasmiglla to cutarantine yesterday" morning. his regular practice. Office in Blount
4 for rheumatism, c it*-*ie. trost bit, she is consigned to the Gulf Trans't Building. Hours 9:30 to 12. and 3 to
sore and stif joints and masces. all Co. Building. Hours 9:30 to 16, and 3 to
abbes a"d paia. 26e, 5 *ad ft."0 6..Phone 696.
,.bottle. The British steamship Raitbmoor.
"%M M and re- 1 W. A. Capt Evans. will ftishp taking on -
YAlem'erte. d, rgst g e p am argo of rosin and turfientlne today. J.C. Petterson & Co.
SSouth aum st Peras s, She will also take on a decr load of
* ment that portion oan Santa Rosa Island
Stoves and everyy.i n The British steamship Cavo Man- commencing at Big Sabine point, and ex-I
Hardware. We have it. Wmin. S rsvsee., aro ,re o ". d o" t .M"sn '
JO^w^H NSONharf t tthe ra|rod dock.a, o r.-*. mside their lines will be prosecuted to the!
JOHNSON & SO e will take o 1,600 barrels of rowin ,full extent of the !;w.

The British steamship Whitjacket --
Sis port, awaiting a carg3 of cotton- Notice to V "er Consumers.
Nam o t NEm seed oil cake.
The British steamship E. 0. Salt- l 'tl -11-1 It.
I S mr s o m as enjoy- marsh is due to arrive In port dur- i pa i oi or b)rore Oct. 10,
Th humatahoetd. !isg t l week. She will 'oad a is-
44. ethe sammer'hemt, and he ouldcellaeouim cargo for Liverpool andat d l i t tf ( ) 1per 'Clt.N will
" t ep ad. ha.nhBreme. lbe allowed. Unless paid by
The British steamship Richmond is Oct. 31st,.scrvice ill be shut'
K Well Pe~acola Mm expected to arriTv in port during the off and a penailtVy of Sl00
B ER Known week with a ca rgo of mahogany ogs o turning on again.
Pale Are ReachingOut After om Africa. chargedoragain.
OT WNATEDMR ft Is both Sailed.
D .R.Bfti t Big RsineW Sandown, Br. Paterson, for Ne," SOUTHERN BRICK CO.
Sod- DRINK Orieans.
Sthle BmiCml efect. Manufacturw or
R w CO, INC. The aPe cola e Agency LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
11 0. with offeep in the Mount b ism~ la 8UIDING AND FIRE BRICK.
with oce l in the -at h a is ammglpi. Ofrics 412 Thsen Suildme
one of the latest home 5auinSUamS AsAguste, Aust s., Cosullch, 1716. p os tt Ten acota. Pta.
lri. tRos ac a, Fla. that Is making -a appeal 1 t Gulport to GOul Transit Co. ______
newspapers for public U' iitge White Jacket, Br ss. Farley. 1406.
the1- large veti in Th n i ': 1St. Vincent to J. A. Merritt & Co. Florida and Alabama
nal today tells something of theextent Doingate, Br es, Rippon. 1986. Cart A
of the business that the aancy h W d to r. Julias Schreyr. LAND COMPANY
to do and of the menm wlo arm l Rattlhmoor. Br es. Evan.s 1990. Gc- MalufctUrs or
Sto do It The ancy has the ow. to South At*laie Steamship Co. UMPqD PYVREBS SHIN-G. i
dep man.a ra: in charge of its VWiue" Sadown. Br- ... Paterson. 2713, GLIES ANT3 iN-DRIED SAP.
AN ELee Dnell, Manager Real. ~sttoe pjt", lr Prentice. 2248. Ha.
Deartet. -F v^Te as a to 3L. r sA co. KNOWLES BROS.
guce Department. S. Galveston -WiJ. A.- errilt & (Co.
TIONAlex. LlsAk -kff. M anage tn- a. Ant sR 1 Insurance
uranee Department. "F IrRt to Guf j sitC Ga- FIRE. LIF-. ACCIDNT. MARINE.
Ohq Valley Imprvement Assocla- R.C. CaUlWell, Manager Aceldent Nentmoor ,rr sq. Ta-lor, 2293, Gi General Atensi of
ion.. Insurance Depane_ bltar to Pen. L ber Co. The -quitable
tIo,. '. t Is evident from the personnel ot Brit as Veto te pens, 2094, Ha- LIFE AI SSURANCI SC;ETY OF NEW
Upper Mississippi River Improve- the men in charge that the Y vO to Hyar ,RK ..
: *ast ~ .e".atd... Insurance Agen'y Is golng, to do a 7,114, t- Vtet MIi.. s*ca to Fleer.
C* In additlie to these prolaent or- tremendous business. One.f its bg- Mabella, Nor.p, Backer 163,S -_ ...-
ganizations, the league ann.unoed that gest features Is the._ life inearee Aberdeen to order. -
ts the presidents of the America Instt- department which, will write. eicles Ital ship A Ago 1477
tute oEetricaEageer the Amer- In the Ge-manla ,Life Insurale. Con- Buenaos Ayres to Ba n IIo, ros.
lean Institne of.tMining Engineers. the pany of New York---an *orgS 1tn .
National Dtaainig Congress, and the that has been in business for U3 years. Bellas. Ger. bk.. Ballen. 85,1 Us- UnmIted Mine Woekers of America hlave Alex. lAschkoff will hare echar..e of bo n-tRx xft.!. a M
personally approved of the leagueand this department and he Is alre 4y Saluto. Nor bk, HjAsen. 7.3:. ,auerto t ST
these orgalsaoneas are expected to doing a fine business'for this company cabello. to Rix -. obinson. .. .
a- unite with It as soon as formal action in Pensacola. Mr. Lischkoff wUll ex- Neptuna, Port 'k, Aroj 509 to Rix- -
of can be taken by their executive tend the life insurance feature Jnto I.. Robinson i 0
lt boards. Similar action is anticipated every county ih West Florida and that Hiawatha, Nor 1,k Johnson, 140, ..- )
J- from other leading organizations. such he will do a big..gapjeral butW i e-.i IAverpool to master.
ry as the Natilonal Irrigation Congres. assured in advance. Maria. Ital bk. lauro, 518, Ft de C T O R
ed which Is now in session at Albu. The Pensacola Inaurane. AAsly I" France to W. L. Wittich & Co. IRCO
rs The following formal statement ot friends of the genome v wo4 Polse 1111, t. Nollata t water.
ol purposes of the league was issued by it are sanguine of its spess. -,al bk Mrgberita Mas- a 1023, Ge- PRO E IONAL.
ial President Fisher;, .. BooIto Pensacola Lufaber Co. RW =UONAL
sl- 'The conservation League of Amer- Real Estate '~ aNor bk Western Monarch. Thorb- 4
er Jca is an organipejd effort to secure -i 9 Buenos Ares to J A T. c YVTf, M.D.
effective co-operation of the people for The tollowtng t o a s t of the Retrl srmitt & Co.9 Optiase.
)w the conservation movement. It is the Tr-nsfers recomet nf y-orafaiiS oo=tt1 h o 7.
Concrete expreton Of dominant and by the Penaa els Aibstrct C.: Ital. bk. Rosa 1M. Mass, 1270, Val- 410 S lout Building.
ir- concrete expnreaseion of u dominant and #by At- D . paraiSIo to master .4> y n t Bl .
crsig pulicsen tiet. Coner n MCury tJD. 12 Nor hk Sterna. Jchansen, 1297,
ration doei-.ot Ian merely the in- interest of S. 1-2 of the S. W. 1-4 of London to A. Zeiius.
. telligent i af d prcserva:ion of the section 9. Tp. 5. N. R. 30 W.-$1.0 Nor. bk Sigurd. 1499. Oxnevad, to DR..J B. TILLER, -
n. national forest as permanent sources and other considerations --, , F, J.. Shreyer. DR._._-fTILLER, -
n. of national- wealth It inldudest., as Wm McCurdy to J. D. McCuWy-- Schoeners
well, the reclamntionr of owrfiowedt The S. *. 14 of the N. 3. 1-4 tsi 5 Robt. P. Murply, Am sch, 07,. DENTIST.
and awamp lauds; the use and dispoai- acres more or .les in. te' S. B. cor- Georgetown to matter.
m- tion of the pNbir domsl especially nor. Als S. 55 yds. o, the N. '... 4 *te Slunt Busdn Pbonus l
to .onnection with .grazing and with all in See., Tp. 5. N. R. aO W.-sL.0o GRAND INITIATION- BALL!
r mining and power development: the and otber pndJeratius- AT ARMORY HAL.. pY CO.TT k.L.
prevention of mineral waste, and the Leslire Brooks'to J. D. Raw a. WENSACOLA CONCERT BAND. FINE POOTs RApHs.
deveopnmeat and use, both for navlga- Lots 6 t 10, BIk. 85 Eat Kinsg WEDNESDAY15 NIGHT.-ADMISSION r..TP l. P.
o- tion and for ptWer. not only of the Tract.--41.9 and oher -*onaoldem-, 15 -
great waterways of the country, but tons. L ^OD FEL W rT
te also of the source streams upon which J. D. Rawls to J. W. Sindort-Iot LOCAL ODD FELLOWS CREW NOTICE. -
those waterways depend. 6 to 10 in Blk. 85 East Klnk Tract WILL BE HONORED m .,,n.s ....e. s f ,h,. Gr.G-
"he leue pr^eptnat to candidate -$100 and other considerations. Wmn barc RI -lan will b, re-
e1- a statement of- priselpls that is pur- N 1-" of Lot 3 Blk 28, P -- of the Patr .... .....o.f h. ed by the crew of ld - 1.
posly conaed to broad and general 44 ft. 9, in. on Florida Blance streett United State and Canada, has recom- RIX. M. ROBINao,, c aptaim.
a- pritlples about which there should be by 10 "feet In depth.-$100 a_. other mended to the supreme lodge of Odd .. Conrigne.
oattre ..aweaneet among all whom sel- considerations. Fellows that the Grand Decoration cNCw NOTICE.e
,--- --! . ...... n .- Neitter the Captain. Owners.


The lc i nor Iaotiigns off tise stam--
Sship cDowgatc. will be repo.n-r'
S bl 'hrr debts o straf-ted by
the erew of said vessel.
RFPPO'N.
Captain. I
GER AMERICAN LL3'MBER CO.. j
S "Cosignety.
T I
CREW NOTICE. In
m-La -nfor onmldne of the iHtHUhS
H stHwt-hihp White Jacket, will
I. he rpon.si le for debts con-
tr.acted by tie Crew of t sal
veel. .. J..FARLEY. -
JOHN A. MERRItT A CO.. Captain.
Couwigiet".




PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET.
The following report Is furnished daily
for 'TF* Juma-nal y Marks & CG:yle. F. 0.'
B. eottwt mIerrlmuts. Penracola. Fla.:

Strkit JoW umliUng ..................Is
ItAVAL STORES.
vesaabt Ga.. Oct, .&-The following
are-Te naval steams quotations:
W W ............................... -
W ................................s -t 5
N ............................... t. e
.............................8.
K ................ ...... .. Too.

........................ ..... 2 to 2 75
D .................................3: t o 6
BD ...... ............. .
ax, ae.- - w.


Tt


lighl
cost
beg


PE


iere is No Dark Coer

In the store of the merchant -whose store i
ted with GAS. 300-candle power gas arc lanp
s but about 2 cents an hour to operate. Wel
rlad to talk the matter over with those interested.


,NSACOLA GAS COMPANY
Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street


1880


Business for Pro

Any busio~ arrangement to be pen
must be mutually satisfactory and profitable.
Therefore, in selecting your bank you
have permanency in view, and establish your
your present and future wellbeing with the
and largest bank in West Florida.




First National Ba
of Pensweob Florida.
Designated Depository of the United Sta
w. 14. Knewles, Preeldet W. K. 9, Jr" VI-Pvrn-IMt and
Thee. W. rt. As-t. Caiha. W. bs w.eta Ast. -14
ptrectsrs-F. C. -e t. W. A. wMM., W. Keeawles. W. K. Hys
Kaee ielM1aNM


Im





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manent


should
self for
oldest





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T. A. JENNmOA. CARL H. JfNAAN,
prmlessee Via-Preseldent and aGshier
DIRECTORS.
F. 31awner, M. L. toeshk J. R. Jennings,
O ivr Jemagan, Jr.. The. F. Wet. W. C. Dewbonr,
Goo La&ppo*toS, W.L. Moyer, J. H. Pass.
Lep Mayor, J. LShemaker. J. A. WrhM.
*T. A. Jenuilngm, cGl .. J na.en.

WE DO A GENERAL B.'AIKING AND TRUST
( BUSINESS.




THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
PECSACOLA
-,-- ,. d a IJ ml i eeonI Y
A General malde~g S54isWea


S. REESB. E. M. CART. J. W. DOER. W. 8. PB
Preslieai Vice.PWuAMeatL Caler. ASn

rhe Peoples National Bank of
SPensacola
CAPITAL 0MaIS. P SmU ANDO .UN.IVI-O ANDST. .M-.

J. J. HOOTON. -. I. CAT I 1. J. V T. a Will1
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We PAY YOU TO OAVLk

ANY YOUNG MAN
or woman or husband or father earning a fair salary
can have money in the bank by prcticing a little eco-
nomy, and be paid for saving.
If you are not familiar with the advautafes of
our Savings Department, come in and let us *rplvin
.it to you.
We pay 4 per cent. interest, conpomuzded, quar-
terly.,


AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
PENsAOLA, FLOR DA.
SAVINGS OEPARTMUNT.


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Pensacola Bank & Trust Co.


Capital, $200,ooO


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~wekvw- Ao



-ane of the so-
Rmidpdep!P ~
AM wich are me
4 wdIld have an im-
and expensive
-O heialwash-



4.'Zfie is one cleaner

imi a1% and with ,oLtpt
k eA of borwz, am-




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MOUSE


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gle TheatreNw
r enM--a
weed Way Race


- mmTheatre
rb* om ff sbo~
..E AND D'ARMOND,
me Trask. kl.

W' JOS4MTON AND

eetaSeaL Mogt
F;ohlde owe dlaily
d the me"Wos.


DR. J.H. MOCK
DENTAL SUiWEON
SBd d W -a"W.
Idt ims pvtWtet"'i of taee.
dinte 8o10 sat lMin.



VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
Voluteer Veteran Firemen's Asaocla-
Uoa meets at Knights of Columbus
a the first Friday in each month.
J .N. ANDREWS,
&BM DANIELS. President.
Secretary.
OAUQI4TERK8 OF RKB EKAH.
Nnlm W No. 10, Daughte M
-ON wk t I. 0 0. F. Ia v _a
iee r ilally Inv!te to be pr-ent.
g ,CCA JOINSON, N. .
POLLY DARLINGTON,
.Secretry.
A lot of old newspapers,
tied up in neat bundles for
S Ie, 5c a bundle, at The Jour-
nal o*ce.


A Laundry

Confidence
If every person in Pensacola
knew .of the modern methods of
laundering and the careful
treatment accorded each article
sent to the "New Method Laun-
dry," it is certain that they
would patronize this laundry
with every article which they
wished handled carefully and
laundered well.
HNEW METHOD LAUNDRY.
15-17 W. ROMAN ST.
Phone 186.


Men Will Be Surprised

At the exceptional values I am offering at both
stores in Fall suits. For $15 and $18 there's an ex-
tSMive range of smartly cut, well tailored suits, emi-
nently suitable for business wear and equivalent in
service-ability and appearance to suits worth five
dollars more.. Drop in ftr a look and try on.


an muain
Pb..."


H. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
PMM fla, ot'da.


Corme Palafwm
and WOvOL
Stroats
Pbono. 476


business" and a person will not as quickly recover from coffee ails


City to Commence Sprink-
ling the Streets at
Once.
Until the city can secure another
sprinkler, in addition to one which is
to be purchased in the city. tee pres-
ent sprinkler will be leased and tan
streets sprinkled at the expense ot
the city. This has been decided upon
by the Board of Works, and the
sprinkling now being done on Palafox
street will not cost the merchants
anything.
There is a new sprinkler in the
city, which has been offered to the
special committee of the board, and
it was stated yesterday afternoon that
the committee had about decided to
accept the proposition, thus leaving
only one sprinkler to be purchased
outside the city.
Many will be thankful when both
sprinklers are operated, for one is in-
sufficient to lay the dust. On Wright
street yesterday afternoon the travel
was heavy and the dust was fearful.
THIEF GETS AWAY
WITH TOBACCO
The stealing of a case of smoking
tobacco from Ripllng's store on West
Inutendencia street. shortly before 7
o'clock last night, by an unknown ne-
gro. caused considerable excitement
in that neighborhood.
The sheriff's offilee was noticed of
the robbery and Deputy Sheriff Smith.
followed by a large crowd. went to
the store. He ye making good prog-
ress in his efforts to catch the thief,
when one of his bloodhogad* was
attacked by a bull dog. This camsed
some delay and resulted In the bound
receiving injuries. The chase was
continued, but the thiet ced.


as if pure


POSTU


were


used, but the compromise is bet-


ter than to stick to the old coffee habit

and continue to suffer: Gradually less

coffee can be put into the brew and soon


only Pure Posturn is used.


Then can


be expected that the old aches and ails

ill disappear


"There' a Reason" for


POBTUM


Pestum Cereal C.., Ltd., B~k Ce CtelcMi,., U. & A.


THIRTY YEAIs
A Slave to Coffee.
Many persons do not realize that
coffee drinking may become a power-
ful, enslaving habit.
They are not aware that cofee con-
tains a drug-i=te---whlch ought
never to be taken Into the system ex-
cept for certain diseases and then
only when prescribed by the doctor.
The coffee habt grows on most
users and is more harmful to-. some
than others. But a drag that acta
upon the heartland nerves I* the way
caffeine doe, Is not without gre5ier
or less haL- t&,aN -ha driak .'-flee.
For' thlrt years." Wrtes a Wash.
housewife, have been a steady cof-
fee drinker. I wanted it at every
meal.
"But I would ave sick headache
most of the day, and throw up my
food. I really smiered awfully fromn
coffee, yet thouAht I never could
stop it.
"Then I heasd bow good Postum
was for such eas. and began to use
It. At first 1 d not cam for Postumn.
I felt sleepy and ad headache. I
soon fouWl that thi was because of
the hol eOWe lad4 oa me, for m
about three daps ater I quit coffee
and began to 43e 0ostalm the head1-
ache left me. a n o ame nervous-
ness and pmindtato.. In about: a
week I felt lUke a pw wmasn.
"I have Wed Ato three years
and when it is node acowding to di-
rectioms (belUed s5 minutes) it is as
pleasant as oeM 4 doa't harue any-
one. I o"ght to -la for I was as La t
ofr as ayoae is likely to get from
coffee duI ,kim 1New I am weft"
There's a bses."
Name li'a ly PoKUtm Co.. Battle
Creek, WI,. Se tMhe tittle booklet.
"The JieasWt V in JaA .


them. mSoddy things i
this line are a poor in-
vestment. Can't do as
much work, nor as good
work with poor tools.

Blue Grass Tools


made of best steeL. Cost
is ecoomical.


McKncf OQertig

&- &

eMS-as Pala St., Pes.eq.


Mobile & Gulf Steamship C.,
In conitlenu' with the Mla 4* M.
fre*ght and pasanger serv dlee am
MobIle. Ponecla*, Panamacty Ct. A*
drews, MInWvie and all pe10 -0 'Af-
draws Bay, making coUIeIleWUS w-4 A.
a St. A. L. Ry. trains Panaa Cup, Ty.
day and ThureSays.
For addeitnsl lale-es1112111 0 r pasl"
aWd passenger rates.. *aLt 4
UobUe. Aft
I. H. PURVIS V.-P.
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SLLRCUIeLOSIS EXHIBITrees Thrie!

I$ WARMLY COMM"5D ArED CllAbPItFUIU, h Chldrent
'*g..'e a did oot-ystcms g.wwu under the critical gyes of expert,
the ars ctes of the co ry in Th aWho Have Been men. Our unique way of propagatng and t n makes
Toe u O 1L SS connection with illustrate ectuoer, possible our ironclad guarantee of supplying
n cet s tyetentwaso oa ah a Wetmore.Trees True to Name Books
Made InTreTatment of agat tunber ^He Chairman Wetmore. to Name
r4Cn6ttFA4O) at the Union structed he had ever aee-. ,
Printers' H m at Co he ioInternational Typrographical Oranges, Lemons, Grapefruit. Peaches, Pears, Pecans, Figs,
Printers HoT at Union has been engaged in the work Hon. M. C. Wetmore, chairman otf Shade Trees, Shrubs, Roses and Vines a afew leading When looking for them
S 9pings, and Will Use the of caring for its invalid sick and aged the finance committee of the Demo-
members for many years. Fbr the cratic National Cox mittee, acting on items of our complete stock, everything comprised ways cone to S first and
Union's Tent System as past ten years, especial attention ias ,he recommendation of T. A. Jenning, in which has been grown because it is adapted to sa time. We carry a
been given to the treatment of pa national committeeman from Florida. ause aap to ave tie. W a
1 _bi tents afflicted with tuberculosis, has appointed the following named Southern planting.
The tent treatment has proved the gentlemen to assist in raising cam- O plete list of school booMks r-
most valuable. Plenty of fresh air. paign funds throughout the state. The O r complete illustrated Catalue uired by the Escambi
By Apeoata* Prm. sunshine, fresh eggs and milk has majority of them are newspaper men mailed free to these wh ask fer i. t.
Washington. Oct. 6.-At tae Inter- been the method, and daring the past and all of them are good, live, hard- *N A tu &.k WN Coumty Schools curricula.
national Tubereulosis Congress the ex- year over 50 per cent of tholae going working Democrats: GLEN S MART fNU u O'A
hbibit of the International Typogra- to the sanitarium in the first stage Alachua County-H. H. McCreary, m, 2k- SAM AM Y, FLO..A
phical Union from the Printers' Home of tuberculosis have been cured and Gainesville.A v
of Colorado Sprig CoL. has at- discharged, able to do their duties in Baker County-Tate Powell, McClen- G. L. TAB t, Pres. and Treas. H. HAROLD Hngs, Secy. W
tracted much attention and received the business world. ny.
I great prpla from visiting delegates At the labor meeting today Prest- Bradford County-Eugene S. Mat- /
and the medical traiernity in gene- dent Frank A. Kidd, of Columbia Ty- thews, Starke. ODcCtr 0
ral. pographical Union No. 101 delivered Brevard County-L. S. B. Wager, ,
SDr. Livingston errand, of New an address along the iaes qaftaluated Titusville. Dade City. for a suceeastul and interesting ses-
York, today asked superintendent to awaken the laboring people to the Calhoun County-A. Max Wilson. Polk County-M. F. Hetherington, sicn. to 109 South Palafox, where
Charles Deacon to present the model necessity of co-operation with their Blountstown. Bartow. Temporary Chairman J. B. Case, of
tent of the printers' exhibit to the employers in the securing of sanitary Citrus County-W. F. Warniock. In- Polk County-E. M. Law, Lake- Abilene, Kan., called the delegate to e sa be pleased to give
National Ass#pation for the Preven- conditions in the performance of their verness. land. order and in his opening remarks ou service and he to
tion of Tuberculosis, so that it may labor and urged upon them the O- Clay County-F. Ion Robertson, Putnam County-H. A. B. McKenzie, pointed the way for many prominent
be added to the traveling exhibit servance of hygienic methods of nv- Green Cove Springs. Palatka. speakers who are to follow him, dweli- book hitting parents.
shown by the national association in ing. Columbia County-Herbert L. Dodd, St. Johns County-L. W. Zim, St ing at some length on the vast work
Lake City. T Augustine. there is to be donq in the way of the
Dade County-S. Bobo Dean. Miami. St. Lucie County-A. K. Wilson. Ft. conservation of the natural resources, G m
M I I ITE DeSoto County-W. B. Hare, Ar- Pierce. expansion of present industries to a en 1J
c W EScadia. Santa Rosa County-Herman H. Hil- far wider scope than has yet been at-
CBSSSSW TDeSoto County-Adrian P. Jordan. son Milton. tempted. Opposite P to ce.
RESDET OF POLITCAL ACTIITYPunta Gorda. Sumpter County-J. C. B. Koonce. Among the delegates were the rep- _______
SLIIIAL A VIDurval County-Willis MN Ball, Jack- Sumpterville. resentatives of eighteen states, four ....
sonville. Suwanee County-Dr. T. S. Ander- territories and six foreign countries
LDERIDEA RIIFCEH L DE Escambia County-rank Mayes, son, Live Oak. while the national government waas E
L R IA FC L Pensacola/ Taylor County-L. W. Blanton, also represented in the person of 'W.
Franklin County--H. W. Johnston, Perry. R. Whorter, assistant secretary of the
Apalachicola. Volusia County-Ben E. Prevatt, De- department of commerce and labor.
held. Gadsden County-W. B. Mack, Land. The opening session was purely one Thee cool eenin gs
Secnd District ess mention these cases in order to Q y. Volusia County-T. E. Fitzgerald. of organization and after te requisite Coe by and lt me l s a ee
man C s' Attention to ask if your administration has one Hamilton County-Jas. M. Caldwell, Datona. committees to attend the permanent t ht giW y o two or these
7a rule for Minnesota and West Virginia Jasper. Wakulla County-G. R. Smith. organization were appointed the con.- entrtainst.
Pact That Cheney and and another and a different rule for Hernando County-A. M. C. Russell, Crawfordville. gress adjourned in order that the dele-
Florida? Brooksville. Walton Countye-Larkin. Cleveland, gates to the congress dight partici.- From 10 cents up.
YONeal Are Comna ni nFLORIODA* CASES. Hlllsborough County-D. B. MeKay, DeFunlak Springs. pate in an eenuralm about an Fran-
-a"enig _"Hon. John M. h neys United Tampa. Washington County-W. W. Jones, cisco harbor and many other points
In' State For Taft, In Vio- States district attorney for the outh- Hillsborough County-Willis Powell, Chipley. of interest. HARRY T. HOWLAND,
1 ti of E uiv r ern district of Florida, is the repubUil- St. Petersburg. Thomas F. Walas, of Colorado; Col. UNI ON Mf"
lation of -xecutive Or-can nominee for governor oe that Holmes County-E. A. Williams., Tr Ike T. Pryor, of SanAntonio, andCol.
derS state, and Hon. W. R. O'Neal, post- Boaltay. L Frederick W. Fleming, of Missours,
r____ master at Orlando, Fla., is the repub- Jackson County-WtL. Foluom, are among those strongly supported ,-,,
By, Asmclaed Prs. lican nominee for congress from the MarianBa. for president for the coming year.
Washingtop, D. C.. Oct. 6.-Instancea Second congressional district of that Jeffer"on County-"#. Wl Carroll, Omaha is being spoken of very i*.
of Inconsistent treatment of federal state. Both of these gentlemen are Monticello. favorably as the place of the next CS
ollce-holders who are candidates for now actively engaged in traveling LaFayette County--. B. Horne, IEgat hearing. Great interest ts being
office in the present campaign are over Florida. making partisan Mayo. taken by the members of the congress and
coming to hand. notally two, furnish- speeches for Taft and Sherman and Lake County-L. M. Johnson, Lees- JIn the project of securing a federal n
ed by Florida, as pointed out in a let- for themselves. Is this in accord with burg. appropriation for the straightening or NOW Filling Or rs
ter sent to the President yesterday by your views? Lee County-W. E. Grifls, Fort the Missouri river and this win help por
Representative Frank Clark, of that "I want to say to you that I am not Myers. Omaha's effort to get the next session.
state, who is secretary of the Demo- objecting to the partisan political Leon County-Jobp G. Collins, Tal- TranS-Mississippi Commer- 'eU T I 4 W.4 F.C.
cratic congressional committee. In the activity of these republican federal lahassee. The L a is Felt.
West Virginia case, to which Mr. officials in Florida. I do not agree Levy County-W. . Farmer, Bron- cial Congress Assembles A tender child of summers three JOE COLE M AN
Clark galls attention, the resignation with your civil service rules and son. Seeking her little bed at night, n2,
was Stought about by the complaint views in any respect. I do not sub- Liberty County-Thos. E. Shuler, ill Ninth Session in Paused on the dark stair timidly- PA
of republicans themselves. McCleary, scribe to the preachment that when Bristol. "Oh, mother! Take my hand." said she a. Ot" V alt National ek
lately second, assistant postmaster a man accepts federal office below Madison County---C4.. Smith, Madi- San Francisco. "And then the dark will all be li-"t.'" ____
general, resigned of his own motion that of a place in the cabinet that son.
to be a candidate for congress in Min- he thereby disfranchises himself. Manatee County-41ank A. Walpole. We older children grope our way
esota. "I believe that Cheney has as much Manatee. From dark behind to dark before;
MR. I.ARK'S LETTER. right to be the candidate of his party Marion County-frank E. Harris, ev Associated Pre. And only when our hands we lay,
Mr. Clarks letter to the president for governor of Florida, and O'Neal Ocala. San Prancisco. Oct. 6.-The ninth Dear Lord, in Thine, the night is day. m a in.
follows: has as much right to be the candi- Monroe Coutnty-Walter W. Thomp- Trans-Msissalppi Commercial Con- And there is darkness never more.
"To the President, the White date of his party for congress as you *son, Key Wtest. gress, with a thousand or more dele- "- l
House, Washington. D. C,- Sir-In had to be the candidate of your party Nassau Couaty-S. y*. Manusey, Per- gates from the western half of the Reach downward to the unlesss days CA
view at recent political occurrences for president in 1904, when you were nandlna. United States attending, all of them Wherelp our guides are blind as we, s
and a few spasmodic efforts toward then occupying that exalted position. Orange County--- J. Holly. San- men of high position in the affairs oft And faith is small and hope delays;
enforcement of the civil service rules, "Respectfully, ford. the nation and of their respective Take Thou. the hands of prayer we
I feel it to be Imy duty to address to "FRANK CLARK, Osceola County-W. B. Harris, Kis- states, began its five-day deliberation raise,
you this communication. "M. C., Second Congressionat District, stimee. here today with a display of entausi- And let us feel the light of Thee!
"Judging trem article's recently ap- of Florida, and Secretary Demo- Pasco County-John B. Johnston, asm by the delegates that augurs well -Whittier. F t- -_j
pearing in the press, I take it that cratic Congressional Committee." __,_-
your admsinistration' will not tolerate ASHAKINf 6P" ,-, r "
any federal 6elal of lower dignity may all be very weln so fr a the1 1 i i.
than a cabinet minister becoming act- trusts are concerned, but S aswheat it NO'SiM TOO LSa "o.
ive as a partisan political worker, comes to chills and fever ned mabtriao it
thi~t these Inferior officials will not cmstothillseandtfe ae alari
be allowed to become the nominees Quit the quinine and take ia real cure nV V %M
of their party and enter actively into --Ballard's Herbine. Contdlls noer
the campaign while retaining appoint- harmful drugs and is as certain as- .
lye place in the federal government. taxes. If it doesn't cure, y get your
"I call your attention to the pub- money back. 25c, 50 and $1.00 a bot-
en oiated by yor rty a D'Sold and recommended by i
candidate for congress from a district Cmepm iasestet pela The Right
in Minnesota, has been required" to i121 South Palafox greet, PeacolaK
vacate the oe of second assistant -" h R g. .
postmaster ne.'ral. and that Mr. W hen th y thn k it is too hard to q t cot on and
ty as it .it for governor ot /Tr to straight t qut c at ce K ind
West Virginia, has been required to t t straight Postum they compromise the case by using
Vacate Mme,--,^ ----i cC PeOSturm Whh a little coffee in it. Of course, that isn't "strictly cpa r s'.toI i


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