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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 8, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01208
Source Institution: University of Florida
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OCTOBER 8, 1908.


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et at the Bry
S.,T with $2100. tos
worthy of men
kV .: UlfJNDN UlU p who solicited t


NOW O.- nln IIM I
- mgehien th HI SI MoI nt. nL B. F. Whitner.
Scw:.at"s tis tad D Lang, Chat
AW deatio ItT aKi"*ldi i111 W J. H. Randolph,
I tMIrlI a if $i20s.- *NIIII l l l I -.oodbr,
4P ,ORNO fITwe letbJIao, in1*1BANQ U IE HALL 4AIW. n" .uh
'4V Te- W + t".IBVII- IIl S lon t v
. -"+- Ar O,. f the Boua"S"t.tea. "- ___ Bokn 1-'
IMbTh .r-. f._. 6 ,. tor not -- Henry George,
i TmATh-m f tak dstoday, D .a.l ."c Moment H. Williams,
W"''k I it..d..wa..t...t. a,0CA U the t C Jonathan Butle
I PeaboyI twas % nele for t e A. A. McLellan,
MfNO*teaers at N5ashvTlle T. P nd..tsMeaGue.. H. F. Waneke,
A"01_ d with e t con- *W n. J. Summer,
a tsd sipie P.y. tote ts-eda of Chicago Rinesa Men. H. Dolan, Chat
SA tees Wh. tb. coUes was D. C. "W.Yar"i
As # t f "M Ah co(ounded. --* A. C. Blount, (
..... .. ......_ E. H. -W Boykin, ]
(S*1 9 * * FRIENDLY A'l'-rmWE D. K. Palsgraal
SA.- B. Weeks, C
3t ^ ? nnri '-n "CAUSES APPLAUlJ'* J-. QWilliams,.
h. B. F. Barnes,
*IT- o Total..
1^ Both Pr-wdentizl Candi-
igag-s ofar n r tlr O Pr dates Talked of Matit e
l-em oT BrFovrein to political> alnd Csh
__W IIT GI H MeetingIer a teahMt Was l Only. t n- Previously ato

B Wt.rii.6-" D Tiu yeterdaey Taft Complains of Throat *I
lain .-After Hard Day.

lS~- iH :. ... Chl:IBo, . 7.--Wz J. Dryan and I 3 w
j* L r Co0try. win.E H Taft, rival candidates for the AN..
--EI ., -- --, presidency of the United States, met -Er-r
." tonight at the fourth annual banquet TI--
l ... -"-o -- of the Cago Associaon of COM- ILIt
jLg-'UHJ-|.i _. . ._ j _i 7_A nmeree. The meethg Is said to be the
O bIM-of Oi .",Oci 7.-A first of Its kind.
SI-n th union t Bryan. having been In Chicago all
Sree with qeCe e published here day, was the first to arrive at the ban- .
-+^. z UM 0 ---- hall e-i qet Ina the Audito.una hotel.
i/^^J*****_-"' .+ ^_a .. f Tft, having delivered a speech at the
4si^T^'" 9^^@WO^ openitng of the deep waterways ,CB- _
); :t t w venteon la the foreneos, wou tolel-
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I I +.w! -. -^I + ,. o, ......... ..
pff MW incoo 'mWn.I wm I--u ma. w.in
A" .. -" It ry parade Bryan, in c6mmow with. Owerym e
|l: / grgu T eI --iII oi mamnrched else, roe and looked toward ithe en-
i&- a a ost to the various trance. A huge tramne, moving like a
e .. t ti at esak a writ- ship among a swarm of tugs was
Sof s n-te~i-- adopted. moving slowly up the narow aisle be-
STIY then tothe governor's tween the two tables. Bryan turned
S'bal-s.a #4t 1 b.Uhn gs.&h, sad this head slowly as his political rival
S -- lowered e Crete raising drew near, smiling slightly. The
Greek a t pce. dramatic moment which had been an-
r60 W _$ Iticipated with such deep laterest was
ti*. M. RN SPRA soon over. Bryan', hand awaited that
Safter A- of Taft. A single lingering pressure,
o -ya emea m .to 0 VIRGINIA a word or so, which none could. hear
at the ty-- because of the tumult, and the repub-
m.Ifakes5an init I itorAnt sty S Pim. lican leader pushed on to a chair at
I*'* tO e Signatorles of the Reasok*, Va., Oct. 7.-J. W. K-rn, the right of Mr. Hall.
-to **'* the porte at the the demoer ew eaodate for vice- The first moment the noise subsid-
.p1O sd 9mm. et what 4 l*- president deunmeed In no uncertain ed. Bryan, leaning to one side and
f I h as as internatit al 0-a- terms beie. a ,ig audiencoe here to- smiling broadly, asked Taft if he had
-t,. t I to take. "to night, the partclIpation of President a good day. This display of fiendli-
S_ n"te for the re- Roosevelt In the national campaign, ness on the part of the two candidates
t order ina Bl- declaring he had brought the Agh stirred the crowd to renewed cheer-
S-i-and -- Rin-~~eii, uand for ofoe he occupies to the level of ward lag. Taft stroked his throat for an
Stem-e the laterests which politics KeSn., who complained of answer. Then Taft laughed and the
S the taro m treate- am .m TAul fatigue, spoke briefly, devoting his applause increased.
p." attentioo ehiefly to the activity of The speeches of Bryan and TaM
te _"pre.test ia tae campaign. were both nen-partisaa.
SENATOR I
SI,,AWtir -U-IKESuTUTHE-rULF WATERWAY
Gle even@ .Page
"6' 11 --" il Oc t. T..-.e enlrail
mma VIermont, which will elect Is OF BIG CONVEN
two U tel States senators, convened ,
Aeu."-tay. Ind--" atoons point to the -- .
ii otle being decided with- SOCIETY OF EQUITY Third Annual Meeting of
ie 0t. iated State Senator W. W- r r A
; L IDmlmtbaf bletng lated to s Great sOrgnization of Ad-
S ed i- l, ad f er Governor INI SESSIO vocates of Internal De
C UiD S. Page. of Hydeo Park. being IN ALS ww vocates of
mad vacant by the death of Senator elOment Now In Session
Ru-I Prector ad temporarily fll "ed -v
SftOmero Governor John W. Stewart. o v ssmated Ps. In Chicago, and Is Ad-
i+ NUBedletry:. The eleetia will be Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 7.--The Am- ". .
S akied "a Oct. 20. Goveror-elect erican, Soeety o& ]qulty, having a dressed By Many Notable
W'+tyeo 0 ae .1" .ed by a large number af delegates, Men, Inc in "' W in. H.
AMY FOUND IN L.AKR met annualertoday. Taft.
The society Is made eugof farmers and
t D.aa, TweA, Oct. 7.-The body of Its object Ia to regulate the price of
"o s Raby Roed Wooten, a prominent farm products. It is part of the pro-
= a woman of Paris, Texas, was gramme to establish elevators and 11v Amenlatd Pross.
it eak in fike Clie Park, warehousesI different parts of the dChicago, Ill. Oct. 7.-A picture of
t city, to day by herather. She country and by beepin grain and the days when stately ships shall car-
emboa last Friday and came to other produce in store and placing ry the rich products of the central
,.-._ ,e Is belevedto have oinr upon the market s a dema states from the Great Lakes to the
m OftIs, .." for... ,i- Itis-_, - to regulate rid. Gulf of Nxico through a deep water-
mUted gild. for it It a .......... way returning with products of no
less value, was conjured up today be-
S_ _fw ore the delegates and visitors to the
CHAU FFEUR. MAIMING HILD third annual convention of the A kes
CHA FF UR M to-the-Gult Deep Waterways Associa-
tion by many able speakers, beaded by
Willilm Howlrd Taft.
sWEARS TO QUIT DRIVING The need of such a waterway was
Insisted upon by every speaker. The
....rm sOn it ew.Al, lt'-ti. Tommy convention was opened at 10 o'cloet
) + _ed. Ps.. On the ewa ltte.Tommy wit. prayer by Bishop Samuel Fal.
S 11 Tev y 0t OT .-t. 7.4tading over Ward.: a 9. '"ly lows. of Chicago. William KavanaLgh.
ae o t l .eW that mthe bi His right leg.lha Pg pr t of the association, taen do
I -II/ ehe"dM& been driving had there in the ..re.t w uaaee __lir 1 -i-i address -
Me- Uward C- wew. su -e veredh annual address ao Wil.
I Snr L .kwarl 8. Colemnly c iurgeo ad th.an eqt .hap st tam Saunders, secretary, his rw
a a-,h. et Ba rookl oly conw edd al ebetea t f that Cra- p er.
n anI took an satD wel be no S ffI. President Kavanaugh's speech was
sn OataoW i as Tommy Wa pt, with steral en apaa- snfollows:
3A009g ions, was rUnig to a Ir when the A paraamunt issue conturets the
h ai be, -land and In whic NtB Water a II peop -le o the rut Ited Stats.Int Web.
Z;;;N:aim e and and Mrs. W-iam w olte n oLwife a eal English this issue may be ex.
s and moterrespslat olfas, 'wner pressed in the question: "Shan our
ts b I and mother re ivel struc natural resources be conserved and
mi. 'la e shAdder. I of the achiae, were ing. struck
Wa." him. *...e...mon be an asoongd p


erty D
Richford, Vt., O0
cussion that shook
a large grain elev
paucity of 500,000
late today, causing
workmen and two
T"e explosion bl
roof of the buildi
hers in all directly
stantly flames bunr
structure.
The elevator wa
the Canadian Padi
Maine railroads, an
the Quaker Oats (
go. The fames ar
been started by sp
tion. The heat se
shed near the elev
together with sev
was burned. Late
still burning, but n
threatened. The 1l
$400.000.


County Man R. OWNS JUSTICE


$2' For Bryan: IN SIM I A.. JOS

Y *1 PChattahoochee, Pla., Oct. 7. 1908. iA.
Speacola, Fla. Ti Jury med
: waiting in vain for some tlpe for another. .-
.4 t this point I pent a short time in the inter- U IL I/I LU Yes y 1m ing so
in Ear Kew campaign 8u"d and beg to hInd you here- Y. \a o
etM Wait a Ma t aof contributors. One fact perhaps D d
tlo f that one of them a one armed negro painter
of contriban-g. r
,Tours truly, FOB Q JJ+
D. W. C. irRd MANY Wr SES
S THE LIST. Oirn C e ...RE THE JURY

t .... .:.. ... ...... -. Must Also Appe.r To. Surgeon G an Said in His
aoche, Fla...............................n UHotis
E ".: .........::::: ::::::::::::. Answer Same Charge. OrAnln, Wound Was the
e ,n e ............Z ........ ...... 1.00 0, t .__ ro- f "
u. ............. ....: : .:: ..* 1.00 *- Cause of Death of Jones-
el FIaS.... W*..... 9... .. 0 1.00 t o Te Jw9 9
oroohee, FFla. .............. ...... 1.00 seedings have been instigated against -
ee, Fla..... ................... 100 Sheriff E. L. Hlgdon, Chief of Police The coroner's jury empaetld yes-
e, Fla.......... ...... ...... 1.00 Bodeker and Policeman Burge, on the tmrday moranlg by Jgtae Niebelsea to
mee, Fla................... ...... 1.09 ground that. they violated an injune Investigate tto the death of A. R.
t. nla................................. 1.00 tion agalbt -the opening of the sate Jones, who died at the army hos-
Chattoochee, Fla. ................... 1.00 in the placeaofjoor= e T. Howell, cor- pital at Fort Barrancas Tuesday a'-
j, Fla........................ .1.00 ner Twetleth street and Morris ave- te m1 as a result of a bullet wound
i 4 tlon, Fla.................... ...... O nue. and malaria fever, after a lengthy
4 he, Pl..................1....... Lw.-0 It is averted In the peiton that the xrai nion of .witneeseg,.cant- to the
F........ .............. *. ... 1.00 6 safe was opened I utter contempt adt c clsiwthat J. Owe3s was jus-
vi, Fi.l.................. ..., -fW i disrespect of the orders aad writs of a d in shooting Jones. He was
...... ............... 1.00 i Judge A. 0. lane, and to Insult the at leased from custody, and
S-- said judge in the #ascharge of the d* rett to his business. He bal
. '. ................. ........ ............ $21.00 4 ties of his oMce "ad to expose hi bem uder arrest since Tuesday
t ., o obliquy and contempt. Judge "Iae algtt wbea he oluatarilty went to the
LOCAL CONTRIBUTIONS. will x the e for the h earning a surrendered himself.
SThese pro.eee s grow out of the Th ur m
r&m ....oo......o..... ee... ...: ...o 5.00 Vrcn- attempt -- -orl-I t-to a saft Athe J ury-f S,_S^._
r I ......... ...........................M in them seoft dri nh k m tae h- c o At h aplel a .t. a j ullroa S
S............. ........ .......... George Howei hmi on Twenetite street byr
X................... .......... .......... .00- effort made along, the samef les-'y I P. ", 9 ^ e After viewing -
------- the rif Sometheing like trends rm thc latter whbeen b hett
.j^^^X 1>ir41,~i^ taken frovuh the uateeafterh it ws borede .l hna evy
,jB ij lIiam i .I*I IjII P =" An attorney who has been retained Uh Bry.aIs, J. 1 LD. Yonge, Henry 1).1:
1n -ILL ^ take part In the defense at the =ea W Nfi Sre ? eidstag U. S. A,
W ~ 4. -iii mm~-- lagalast whom the proceedings have MDr. Prans0.. t e asthW. .


n Istitted. D request ted that h wne ass to be n an
T qfI .. --i e examine"d tetdMaed gto tr ating Jones ;
SL m i wN and A-s O u .S. beg' called to atet d him a medlaty-




Sl tprs C whidence In Sun to Treasury. . ae ts r n eated
Tol MhimliorI Jund.ce. and be o aouo,
9 .. " I lllIowersd the lt ter whme he le.s
I- i U~ ii O ot. pt.ter 17. He did avt gagn hear




f drawn for years a pension to whldreetedthathe iinan




Oy Associated Pres. he was not entitled, an unnamed vete Didn't Blarm
hicago, Oct .All the fore th ran of the Civil War has ust ed Chie saders te a -
to the United States oerment the erat he had withe J, fter al
i L Ak '. A i x -, ti ^ e o I llo b


o sum of $1,172 to be added to the ever- latter had been abet. his w



action within tue next two weeks t Commissioner o os Vespa at the boardin hese WAee l. es
Smake a essl ht for the dem- san Warner relaSum to Treasury. cokabl e had been taken. The latter




i ocratic cause in Indiana and Ohio. cas not entitled, an unnamed to Pres- che thaD t Bhe did not blan e O

WNational Chairman Mack and William dent Roosevelt yesterday, but refused for shooting him. -
S .- th a con- J. Bryan conferred.-ll the force the to divraul of the Civil Wa nor h t ret s- Deputy C Shaners Jack cls a -
. havin a c- Mr. Bryan to speak in Indian and te hinted states oe han the e s ardig a conve h with Jon after had with
hthela, expnodeon Oomio were arratioged. It is further placed. Jones.ee
Sdeacath of eleven plannedwithin to send speakers of national Commissione receipt recently of the e Dr. rans upon bein recalled told




smen. prominence, including several United sion certificate accompanied by ns @e an pebo knife ae foud lying on
a o the entirake States suenators, l into the Middle West explan Warnerrelatedr, a special rexaminle had bed of Jones when he rst visited
Sscattring tioratio cause inght for r. Bran. MrOhio. cas sent of stricken consc then theory that the the patie did nt.ot blame O
Sand almost National Chairman Mack and Wimighllam det Roosevelt yesterday t reused orgon Gosman was the next wit
t t ll .-over th a con- J. Bryan conferredentoday on the to and In- divulge the name, not even dis- Deputy he tld Jck aitth Joes
t e entire village by hosituateson In these stakes and of a ht date h for closing it to te operaUnited States t pract i Hcally stated that witeu
atid. having a ca- Mr. Bryan to speak in Indio aa and ,urer into whose and dethe money gardintg a converdatio be had with
anels, explof Chica- and o were commitarrage is further placed. Jones.
th death of eleven planned to have nd speaking dates foers of nationaor Bacon receipt recently of the pen- Dr. Brns pon eig recalled told
men. prominence,r Scludingatvor Cal United for sion erificaria feteaccompaniver also.edby an o an pen k e he d lyig on
lew off the entire States senators, Senato the Middle West explatory letter, a special exa er th bed of Jones when he first visited
ng scattering tim- tossed irnia and the fight for Mr. Bryan. M. Jo was sent out on the theory at the the pat of Dr. Brs reens reardin the
eon and almost inof Mack says: soldier might be mentally rreoperati Surgeon.Goman was the next wit
it iht all over the "We are confident o Ohio and In- ble. The man was found to be in ez- Tn d lihe tohen retired ad g Jobe
diana, but"While we propose to keep up the excellent health and of sound mind. to the ollowspitalg verd of et:
s estimated ointly b hottest kind of a eight to hold our te operation Hd that A. that oithne
wiead Boston and position. Both Mr. Bryan and Mr. we can e to his death bef Im a Ismahot
d ra occupied by Kern twill speak ing Ohio and ndianato Department Has Apptell if deathed by e t ballet
Solpany, of Chica- aud the committee ist m arranging Iound b t that In Jht Oin i t bad.
e opposed to have speaking dates for Senator acon aof t ScAhedule Submitted By ea e had tree the oeti



omneous combs- Ghergia l f or mer S enator Carmack to Admiral for a feer lo.
t re to a flour Tennessee, Senator Danpels of alr- A O 7-Rear AdmiralDre enshnws teimoy A
r and the shed. Yoirnia andk. Governor SwansJohn A. of Vir- h I elI fr/ the ae tat ot Dr Brya the
IC freight cars of Minnesm ta and several other prom- lI ILrII I Ii operaUon.F
teght the fire ii inent speakers. JhflnllSlharp /W l l .i The Is r. theo retited eid u ygho




t ws ll be let up eto the efforts weMiddle came to his death A at
S se werecon- Annonement was made todar into Department by H as A Oryv wound flted by J. en,
riteswT wer of thebn f ormer Governor Davitteemen r ave oI.il D mr ed by the ad R. rJ. Owe l IM wls
Stro onr assured me that we carmon ofwin without oandeaved u y dMnl D w eee ese, a w thisJtlt.
asking fuel oil, The n national committee hopes to Adittera the let wy.


Ap ethreaw kers were members of mont will go to Ville. Prance, the Mi- witeN-
the late President Cleveland's cabi- nesota, and Kansas to Marseilles, the wmharging that mf N y Thaw who Afte
* *** Georgia. Nebraska and Keatucky to 3tanterd White In 190, was tM g
SFIENDISH CRIME enoa, the Rode Isla d NwJe dangeroen paanolac and reeetly S ad
FIENDISH CRIMEs DTto-Legorne. theL.Aa a8 thrs e ae d t kill himself. District At
g BRYAN IN GEORGIA virinia to Malta, the OhS. da aI ry )er ome witAew irew m ms
0,l A.... ---- sour to Athens, and the Wismo s today wbm Utce wM refused
Telegraph Operator of Atlantic Coast inos and KearsarWe to R1les. The transfer the hearing on theSquestieo
Line Murdered in Office Near irat division will arriTe atBw f Day t aw Sty from Westchste
a Press. Valdosta, January 31, _an start f r Cbr&U. to New Tertk county.
)., t. .--One -- February 3. It will leave Gibratar Thereupon Juste Mills de a d
le wagers special to The .Journe February 6. The secod third ad be weai. name twe experts td
a ntically re- W ycreJw~ GOa. Oct..7 T- H. ONeill, fo urthdivis will arrive at Nege amine Thaw as to- 's. be a"y betwoi
this cam. ght operator of the Atlantic Coast Bay ebiruary 1 and leaves Ferary ay sa ardaya l set
e terday. A Line at XN.unta, was as,, .nated bTytor Hampton roa case t report on m da .
8t Bender, unknown perasus this morning, whoeI
me nt, posted then robbed thU eash drawer. GE y 4MR& MA .. ..
to two that Operator O'Neys body was scov. MACK GOES
be ted. The ered this morning at 5 o'clock by a A-- TO Cl c
Vy taken by train crw. There wars two bullet Glen =s TeT., 7.--t -M I.
anufactar- holes in his head. Price a mern, was sgina bB a y, y A-sPlarI -in I -
has ~en Bleodhuands from Valdosta wer taken to the center, of the Uom a"d B le, N. Y., Oct. 7.-gj.
r to bet on ubrried to the scene on a special ha-red to a pecan tree to-ey. He is L. Mack, wife of the chalrgen
Strain and a posse will ge in search of charged with crti el selt hi nemeraic matie-al eIs ittee,.
the assassins. O'Ne* home was at own daughter. The mob be-te into here thi merninag for Chicag .n .
w*.* L.u Aowlci. the jail Ia order to captaure the aeg r Lake sg RaadA -

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TBfRMDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 8, 1908.


--.41.000mint "'FINLEY POINTS OUT THE

I-: -l&* : *. to VALUE OF GOOD ROADS PIES
thave bee a hd the stional
I. a.---Pres ide.t of Southern Rail- "f. "M I"* o.--- m +-- A M ici
:......6- 1 -- a +way Writes te stinly t lesson ant de red -

*b .e.. .. .-. a.e I a ..i t_ _eI Thoroughfares of the comyay is eeing trol me t- E--of
E-.... .... > t SStates and Ad- St i .S~ptnnT-ri---- t- LT5 -rU


11lfto iiiil raipwto NIHt h e MNYrwo'vbe Yesterday Swelled the Of- B sT x Cay let e o y .rd wie oo mo, D oe l
4be c. tY i r av o efe4 lap0 t, si te a-la e 1 fe eay e Cd. po ver e t h el d a re. Trtion ae

Exp t - As-/h healthglstorer
i hey..e irg em -tt. t etla l autho-- D er Of Commerce. The follow letter was written by WIFE O. ,e katdt ohm ---a
eaI a ,ga IT 8s THE TO NAVE AT In* po t* to Vhy, president of the SoUth o OF TOPOhOPPY DIES d fslt. It ha
iS e LEAT *b Y SATURDAY George Macek.m one of the itoe t outre o e a d Spheba.l toTh Dhir Co unghs C
S ISWiI- t-e- . respect the ofailebusndanIthissecton:ohpy , .-- ro r F and Oct. ..-r. E.
.. a w "- - ,a-u-ay l Oe the fClard yttobe. rwa twbl rbe ofeIFE Op ty oor maor D r .
r BIv t tsstP mdWWato nIGHT, AS THE MONEY TO Ho at e b bee cOductine farmers in. n t oh er l p rcs to tle r o utJuly Y e ,
Ss.,WW5U i le development be r cn at the present. and notB aMd Itto- ttutes in ty thecie-3t1 and woese s pe- b1 t i the eitm uer of rdiversi- a w tBridl. a prorbirent physician and se d>*oiTo
,-agga a e s"e hest s ueg- ade NEeDo AT onCe T w e g wil shade tobac w o catir"een of souther a oriulte an e drau. istT OCtE b c udistia. a
egtewd. p i .e t t.f s hiubetole arn t lssa :0arnofty oifoitol be tet boee e re t r t at e ls Vol


other, in fact SeB i er deeper than CH A SE BO O K S. :Ildnn s the Cbemb er of Com m e, duist rl e o f t eedi t pr tad s k fL ourtl n we k.s w o ta r Van r
Ab 4W ..... ste YesterdaySwelled...O.. ..heECTtt





a. a r alit.len wr- k- ian e COnT O DA u n mas m e t o leto th Dr. F. Ch atni ng py-
ab "esn sp -at.ials ooesso M at er s to te ep of to wr


pStn. -----l th boo. tao ngTo t al. Cookn ao flthadheoreded r esstlux. ha
1..sr. c.l-a-tyIr coatr- The scn ool hookl fund a s yester. o sThie e arlw l suee a iy&@sascain oo hlrnwt41k, i woo oudodle, o cnwen t.he boy amp-o--men berwoi


Sthear+ a.iet Uu dteay nwetoed temoo abM t.tai of 8 donW MFr.Mac ws, formerly In the laddrsarm g yos etonble of o mfpoxt-hv uith
xM re OS SI AW reewa ndincay se t ofito beie oa poo s te largt h of etplboy af he serd yTe as ance toa ll uc e le nd e spe cially nd husband, two Tni children of a Us
S t hiswuille ay.otiisrthtue oo do- t .c o epeo aon to present m e a er er that survive her, and y close me nt. -. .
-im i i o et th efailbusinesrsmanve rI tonha e m a t h l eea 1 y wato u rdy.: a lge aear o i n t o leon I r eu a str b e oa ble ia shis
S t Uebn Pi ic and uislt ng- he ch n n e books.. t.Y. I ehhas beoen prevaied upon ms no m ter rduet abnddai county and Carraselle where the
an a te t k at the resent an and ti emu to rem n In te cta a t ro a, bm its pro ts es must be p odut -w feas nesad o

eah emsy. e gregea-g mnS ofnich- be lost I getting together a suli- Chamber of Cofmerce. and at oth where hety can sosdty whatever The mill has an order for lumber rnerhts and
e if see -utr. ahou be ke- cseat amount of .money with whch meeting he will gte those who are meaffitnosrt theyo y and Is again ruunlhgr.br uhlve ad
111, CA BO.,OK. --addres st heno time mr.oh a ty drethve fr


.. r ociaon a re tao P cha as. the eesary books f or. teretd he t o stately b carried weore they reach a s e V
ante, v- tc g n th be of k owl w c thme ia tontmer, orfhama- ttersoiT fisi a re s ta rtn g te ei n tru e VI
tta ato n deprivedlen fromthea fr top the shippectiong efs, started Wl



e p aa badn p Y yesterday S t fe n ihowS d LE T NINIpo iId rnt for t0: nog t he e m of %100 for the sev era te lar eH
yt-w.Ld 1 dOt rf "o Ierlteor to witheys aenod they. w b oT i s.~o p o blloer towankrehe e dbeasie payaoh 8 stell rge h. Tcb-






7 =r am- bear upgun der ARE dAaySfwelTIVEtors*a ,t of w$5o, load orMW. doubkness wasioormerlInInahe we'Tfoimps.tIne
e ea m. I aon relfatlolt eerlaind Ior wlho atte c oo ca ob ttos te ally pthed prfaits of there s lubtoer at ar fancy pri e Jadee specall a |
stea m dons beiogo944 i9rtheas n of _* _employ.ofeyth.e.ern -Een a ko b eleomfarsee othesoth nowrt to r ales, more dicl than ever bTIoro t- ........ th o


aie a a 1Tio t sinhe r do ets1dori foe o the native ons wyodaV nei Harvey Jor and athIne are sheat- O hi eame n ea,- the of s f am dots wlltrt h t moea.e n lEl
Uy I gnft" t e -stitre id a-- ben homei ded toe rcmaint a Siio s a s ht te..Ioa,, the isa on ero eta I a e in d
haf for. e" for their parents wer a r e a nt ta bl -e r e bue av b nd a f t T w
o t t- T tltr i m2?t enrtrhalle ot them oes. Each yer nspt. ook i ha Ot fse load at can .e hbuhle au. o nver and wat we o toll* *e toC
da Pi with th p,,e ,tandprg u~lfr~,a c hel dre en tynd n oufmermus.rto rema -nIntef tyandadessthe crps.bthod nc sm ustbepu tfm.. l l .oI.M
pose o .-sa ati nd .ommer.,-r. t, ..... by mun rhchaleeved w it -- rgrc oula --rdat- ... a a an-e. An Improvement by whc te PrI AW Ae ND ME T .," T ,






|h deowgat oya ,r foar tera econ ha be en. u Dging ogtherman un aer of Ot S omanet ando a thnwerd ad teCon to hat whc It c alne T di os t
6.-" ., %^1?o g So.-i at Se for thes a Uocation. e or w aemn itoh f-books, who cou Cottodale, oneh Oct. o.-eThe oeo-o ert i se nblcat otedelres ere th tea si i
W CC "Ssi thaigie n aslo iationpae not obtain hem, but the is yeary o the don for mayor, el p hen, Got marshal ane ....the y otIan oa pneccny.e e a a Io" ou re i
Is to -t r t- vgormos. a of watery- em o e eslanee th lerk wans e rday. There was i ai s vehil Tan the s e thefa emxpesn the wo bln .o erotatvJ toon. IaIe







t- 40W+ #111naS or . .. .fe ..S - .- r ot-- o. ..tioW n of. i h are. be Invaluae bl to mi ho e ,o d ts t r in tee. to no d oub pe h
. aImdmtop e to ee mo r bf debo dfout tne af acte n orls io tow itao e oir any .lymadb7eode c ton of theai tero. to. r..... . ..... w tr
645 U E 7o:m ::wYerany:rt.rCOR Gtae o the arm. ThectC fsENon thNaleaadinfwr tte wflartb.htetsipe IIngdt,
o0 a te duril otseWithe dboksmer moninthes.poret ie rt w as centered in s tahr onsmne r a is to com a
















T h e t a n d K e ra C lash M v y et-e b dl n atte n d sc o ol T Iadt4 e n ot -c .. u n,. ^D I A L e s u ch a s a m a uf act u r n g t o w n. 11
...aF. e-th-e amrom Carrabele e aind one from were Geo. to e rad e ad g f te om a marktn cto the h Peacolap. p.e. r









Ceir tog is al l.w d In yadvcti ng ro oaez. eu ie ontos nen Sow stand: IRaNy. IA Barnes by thrfe t .on as acticat l th .i thuesd y tec we. e ornt n to d a Is e-m r









Fectio the ttES tA d ea 1 . C" 8 O 'a' to' R d done tho prertl one to' would ha ve IHarea e The pe o the a a a e es b a
b1t lhrBit te ibec. O e l ............ oermen. J. ra er T. R. Hor vt er i tre ane t of h a i to a eaes n t ers ten a l











4g, *** W te 5 1 to4 p.m cou itryad sL e that we oaoe-s oi whe richt aea ed dl the wthe s ice is tre s be ewu n secatre to ecits o acdonvets at . .
Smt -eO.e he Iaen pIa e ma ori b In addition Peacourtand rae e Ttheok el eonpai. oferyaty-S que t it an tohe s e he slates ahd In .oinget wdelak th r. fod ht te .




















r : "h l rIs ectio ns of thepc unty where rimary law could and3 od bmer it' al bT- tllrahasea. tr to t4 w rt wb 2ce the s am l in the proof pla 4s In s. m. .......
a".myd th a ftte atim. -Tane eer h ror. A Improvemen t b have ben carried prOvd,-o d I. t o io pe Crt
.l I l chil re tht a larg quntity h books, fou ndaton far oer conc-ete sore..
Swe.- ,Iahsabutlding ust non of the L t N fr. ou .Instw I e wdenatibalnd d caly.'f many, ardas an maory itye f tee .ed mis










b*a nat e a er t seests a he tado p onof a lno ebt pthemlb tthd is ye ar te stion fo t eboald ea n rom tohefr ofs hauna am cp ras of soide r.t iSra orss twee wo c,
"* o i1l off wtr his product obvero oororoads Issnot c lwlea .shows mt hatlr. as givn cn-
-MW.tbfr u o dobt 1to ay o ny thtit 1s rare that ao farmer pays for expressatg the will of eemoirai ol AN
ar t havin hb gin haulwngh doe. The Un ts voters in the light, no doubt, of hi exct Gud 0a s s ing f In hi
A%* s -----Ia".. "t.. a o rivers y J that m y q boeen wtue mtlyte 91ofm r a d m fW agrianult tho heawea. o-wn eeiec.nIt isa jvco- f d t nedll aat
._a*,, rs.. Thytn usl ssaall au g We are nbw r four ..s.e e rin ma8e an n vesiaont Tas te o n hi of this ma tter, ternibutin to a disecs o whc hgt cu.nt fhi
hlbrs has ee releasedo ad mthea t M- ays o- cart proel in l aion y is d trains overethe aeST ._andiaws however, ad the results show the to enage the sober cod mral of tll

wSA n e orw c ate.da ..$ 47-00 ..Tti N. a averageimo rtse of 27rgn cn tpetoe of Itsue t ions lar t a- t Oe
Uq~sl.i- Ti mat e his t ota ad r, m po n the frst" Wedn aree on.) ,o t s yrt mi ler for an ad erase heal ow a.d c-lv. Iwh Ihia
... ..a.. ..... ....o OS g miles. That road improvement would His first suggestion is that enough ina until n t o
ItClemateraally reduce this cost Is shown loyal democrats can be found to serveo. Z aC.aQ g
hth th n the di on the iron and The T rd heme, a ebe.I. M.a 3 -i -s.l .,teIn se n t a
W a- or thi ,, wthat waeaoo rtir m00y la of- a -. G y t"e In -ksnt tern Stites an,. i .... f-_ _- .., .. c 5
.J I em 2eII nm pe-l-aw -In --dt-o--he. aundanlr pro- d T-- eShowi Yer Book of the aorffultural at the primary electopn ';ethusysaq-uWillrtlyh.t n
84dVIR"NJbJIA/ ,oIsoP"CAm, maindertment fo0htio10 hw itwhereemo20PweTwhesdar
ouriOfe4tief a iA ds.- and rch r Ms. .I f-imt. were pss.blet to i JncreaseI the prmnries, t.ai the state =t large. Tuesd. byt y.
Swasboad-a" thatalrrgequantity Tbooks.foundationfor"concotton In the Und Sta frm three doubt whether It will t be rather Jude M n
-,. 4v.s tm a- caft o 1_6_r0_ b_ fand wree:co-sbu ioeenorJ St t7o oftha eeL.n A&eX baesoui, the llnio n it t o eduryale a orediu lts tanor er befoe totn ped at the
the -frfoAdan64-- -retat wthou as inZr easin gere wco _- o- othe par c 1er ofhauling demcrtts ill ae te aey', S
-walk- taken Psu5 depnt the Ie s o
i8GravetIhe.loadt hersvn on ar crop oundequarorttarduour .ao t s l.ea bpa or $ f co tin"ghe ot nle td wh
uincreasIreby 20 bushels, the sav- In .the primary of M ay 1 mlast In the shotsef h r o a
l m t s on O .. eor teSTAnThE rwor ndl f w aoow 5 hls eaosutingwmork Itan wntf.oundNeteobevi ngi shauninghangha tU him deerT
a,. .tio.. .. .. .. .. . In.. Buck h ou ntyowata,,ai^r e....t-_wth s lri ga ulg a crop like several wards In both citie election ce
wpm .. 'r. Ka vana ,ht Inue clsmnmeurgedbeing muhpad e by t the die rentcam- ofreent outlaw... d....af--on ag aan that of19s05 would be more than $8tt- offcers were at worl from 'r The wounded .
d elegatesW ta work fn Th eyos letuo arne. Judgig fro m the mannerin g-ra.. 00,000.' morning until well Into Wednesday town s the t
byeiJ.,W."lt themselveofs to work troop, are eeuingheirDpart of the hamntm, telhthed UoverNor they he ahihl important so pn Int umallae uesm pesidtthea
grea p wa.e.way -- -.--- e..erci...es, withthe, f eSwanson for" re"uesties 'n as well. The bringhefarm venttiewrkain soatrying"a the ould hav
regulat-rs,-iti.e..dent.thattthey... that detectivesco beng-in- e to th .sene m le the wit the world atvnext state wor imary or thed oie forrvA

raterialluarily r icngea his cam iysare n oth
daternl l.artllery uty, ..... i the absenae f urther maadT r-es, forced to remein..at home for days at er long ticket to be voted .pou. P mably. by
Company M.rt, of arina, consiststimaom believed he that tee w mere a titme because the condition of the We doubt, in other wIrdsa wot.eg murderer is
d ASOMALARIA I nts a our Items'and-hoash ba"d wIfch.were may maketuncleasant,he.o.

lrTOMi-lub. "lr inevry exercises. rn Incorrect report placed R o te CoC ,IVElastrag weee, v e prompt maild adivr-,
nthe number of enlisted men In this again made their rance.ntheUnewSpaterom tho
Lt teW W company at 4e &lit the frmer i Ion trTuy
forLAidLannr id_11111aD The poramasublee rethinw R G" .f Its .pubic aton,. enabling him to such a spirit of self4aerlfe among thorne..on to
desire to ve h l tUs e on thi rRaytof oheceastademense RequetionRa e T IMratio as. lodtheflsu iona epiesfmala ts te woul mou
201 Yeth-wes e odtrtc Cotoan Following is theiIpre ramgforn suctods, of thi r pructs. GIood reeso surplsin g fure. m who have nl-
raly, dayM:rtecneai f o uroattthe locar to-ts bt Unthil mean that the farmer and the mom- e. those o0ces epIts the haver....
N eh.us n l the docfUe 8to.... .. ..ramy to 10an. arDrilsh, (sae a. ,Oct.-ber-s g oa h faily can. enjoy to a that the sw pead I, entirely. a de


.Subjnet Pon.wer Seachlha.ts, uComhun. andwhane -ooult..wLoui, Ju- i and can receive to a greater df- h0biwg amy avowedthndidate from
ligh a -snrvie b Dee beil r 1st, Ce o Den seb at h e .d A.Per" o urtext y m t b erton payn g o ot pl a
Watewa Pla elagates wrkc or. i uh cion map c. A.JC. time for takng anny I oaLate-lasofhme town and country, with sts snl be tan ta ptetaan- :b a. .n........
-f rctre te msts.- ho aer wh ichtoe11:4ema. mrsof the steo on wit yefof Bcntemp t iletc o niathdal aspect.o6:god.aoa. m....
. .. .w retosupythefc iterwaywthtro-lex erses, hoolhath allabaitaeres oftco utn brought t Samuel e fal mer ts weefted y being

rapidlytbatteries Pensacola and Cullume e on of Labor. dnersscanhetwnlgilaul rforanbhi amflt 1- .n......
al ouritanl]n o.peix. w twriand other minarerial hecos- tlr except ensacoas and Culume testlmo nte b f hr c ano- t i _- Good roads als o n .caale of im.#provement._ It Is t L.JA -. D.m.........


e r v a i a v e lo p m e n t a r e b l m a d e -i p e ri n . . . .. T la t s t .. l" . . . . .
or m iNatral reeos ans equoa 0 the 6are recey`d. lretu sr livered an Interesting lecture to mil1- REV, CUA 'S citlei by according filities for pleas- We think, and we see te Journal 2S p m ........
t ad perpetuationes of our a tre ft A sts, were the contract was o ers yesterday at 1 p. m His REPO FOR SEPT sat Lmtry7 drives. -They Invite the agrees with s there, at the : p. m........
tl a prap.erit. placed eoebof the equp subject was Sea Coast Guns and buanees man to the establishment of lot should not be srtened. Every S P a" s.oi
It i a noteworthy fact that this s- sered a promiae of a muc The exercises for the day close The following crt has been for- on traya ond sub rban homes such as oppran t oi e ter as p. : p.
-e has beome paranmont sinte the te rller delivery than was anticipated Tha fire cm drill lasting waed b Rev. Cushman. to the ctht th onionof when hros wi bsred rants to pce to get thelttr mayes PIn r* rp
eete, two yM ag, tt Lakes- be e visited the father head- ih r comnd drl st t Aericea eFriend Society, of that the condition of the roads will b beo the people that te latter ay
.h f" eep_'"-_-'_""an Ashor- quarters of the General Electric Co. an o. New York. The port shows the s as to enable him to reach his sift out the most desirable in the ftrst 8. p m. 5:4 p. I
atm whoe principal object is the i addition to the polesa, wire, etc., mAT .A TA VItR' work the aul society In ain Pea- ace of buces promptly in all primary. As for candidates who have 1. p. 9:.p. n
"entum of those eat natural so ~me dai l equipment is neces- sacA V ola for the of September: m ods of weather. no opposition, bow could they be re- e:
ream .- the Missiassppi. and Its so y for the power plant to supply the ON THE SANDHURST Number of dee aer ships arriv- I thitk It may truthfully be said - trib' .. c. character of light w cteh is to be used ing during the th of September. that there are few matters of such mary. in the absence of a state con- rn as a local tra
Sorganai a l lons ,of t ins he u T in Ill n-tig the streets. This will The British steamer Sandhurst, 30; religious ee held ashore. 1; general aportance to all the people ventioe? And If a sonaventio for tralaf ~
Sto ralep this issue. Muck ha be speeal service, being entirely or which recently arrived at the quaran- attendance ofr ; atteadanee -y e nity as the provision some why not for all? BVen if dole- wm wve
Sy a n prove. 4wret ehatcter from that now tine station, had some cases of ma- of laAdspeople, visits to shi, ra* ad I ulieve there, gates to national conventions, etc.. The Pem la-Ba
-Oat mmU isto.a" ad espP L by belng supplied so special apparatus larial fever on board when she entered 4; visits to bospl 3; attendance t ore that all of who ave the prog- were aomiated y a covention it iset ee, e
th dvers and harbors congress. whss. necessary for the power house, port. and as a result was held at the reading room. 0 ibles donated In ress nd prosperity of the south at would be necessary to find some p freilht lea
Sl t s esire country. We dl.- Supt. Alba H. Warren of th' Elec- station to ascertain the nature of the diflrent ; tracts dtribu- heart should do all In our power to means to detr mie the poplar will. 7:
sWo other organsaatlom, no other trc Co., stated yesterday afternoon disease. ted in fve l s. 200; clothing, a ld in- t eeatto of a pubMe opinion The sie of the vote that was east for -*:1
m .e.t All are t, a we that to cover the territory contract- The' malaria was contracted by the etc., for destitute ued at 5; buan- .f IMe to rd iproyement. The delegates i the last two primaries is
-m ir- te o-operatio. ed tfor by the city. about 500 poles crew of the vessel while she was %8 of literatnr bated In 1%e sho.id ie Ito any e"dee of tta kIonete ie .--ni
"=e a mtur"y S-and ethird and twenty miles of wire are neces- taking cargo on the coast at Aftrica. languages, s; to destitute. Is ee on which it would not take in this ae
of estry ag--the Missss~~~p see sa y. i H opes to. e eight lg the and the cabin boy died on the voyage. 40: Tree lodglgs, : letters written: be eer for me to tea er adsce., Mr. Craword lives coisMerable
W y aumnce madeta steel td by IDecmbr 1t. L -6; letters recel even If I were qualified to do so. It space to the sethed of. aachosng se w at -Sr
,t otey.-_' ....to r o t ,ANOril] K AUTO to nee.ssenur a matter that ca bet judges of the apree. circut and Sr n. t w
g. The -sa er w D T.OATES TO THE AM lr1IlJ AO A Tobaco wbas y grown an- be tqermaea by trhe people direoUy criminal eorts and airges welL. Theerve b, 55sT
hme-tO_ aetivtty throughout L EAA ..e LEF.T in THE R AD Ir government I whonIre aeq reland iates te ad who are acquainted with s much to be sad te ate of -the
the ntertor: they made our commerce STATE REUNION l iast year: but as crop has not yet the W ar needs ae t a counties In idea that thss of -o iw Wh a wo
peeaon; tey made aour nation. W. L Wittch, the owner of two or be S n te ftMncial st their aghrioods. The Interest of practice jn S eo ts arethe best a
Sreectien Came. As the At a meting of Camp Ward. No. three Sue machines and one of the v% iot be Co time. tis Wm int god roads s a smnes a Jud- of 4ao"'fr the bsLees. lUs .
F at th Unifted States recent- 10, U. C. V., hel Tuesday alght the epthuO99tic satomobilsts of their ctyt.. I sidag tn southern development was te of the sects that Sed he be
Mo i lesss commeree an tefollowing were appoIat-% as delegateR has had pal tLalarly bad lack during A.mlot -of I* IWim 4Ka a very pratedeal way well considered. 1
the kad Its t tributaur to- to the stats rworn, wMieh wil be the past few days-. m w .-- - -n- wm wi ye na aga, au opera nta Thre are othe reeoammtne Pr35.
j th am the wa fty yes ago. held In Tampa onm October 21 a"d 22: Tuesday he carried out a party or tI a fr with tae n040M Good Reds Assoet- in this artle ot less prtacetha t
T as d es a J. Spo. O WMurphy. Me- visitors t one of his ears aa hat Sc a at T J tes -ai te department of agricul- those mentiomet. ea of them seem Wt
Iv nartir he Ve. Ge.- 0. Bremeae, Cal Tipple,--the mlatortae of pulling the wro '-l ---- e, it e*spfeM goIeaeeds- train to us to be trivial though w sy t
the Mistory t the D B. eed, Win. E. Murphy, lever, with the result that the machme Of a !ever the *atem, carrying roadbuild- not agree with all.


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hAout l
- a



ple to know that I bw
valuable cod liver oi
ke best bedy-bIdes.
and trengthcrer
Ucine today in VinoL
Vinol in my practice, -
I no equal for health -
bronchial frquties *ad
Vinol in may cases f
l-asusilUation. and hir
ave no appeUte, were
in down, with splesMdi
e also found Vinol to
the aged.
[nol to be well worthy
paysiclan's emndse-
nnsis, M. D.
pie delicate children
B porsona, after sick'
chronic coughs, oolds,
all throat and lags
is Unexcelled. Those
and receive no beaeft.
money back. Wito's
saeola.










SYesterday After
acation-Other
aee New&

ts Theo euin
Octoer 7--Tho e -O
Florida eoaveed yes
between eleven a*
for the ist tim6e 1tce
be h uner vc yIn-
JUdev were resent
Mebrell, who as -been
treat, N. C, on *c-
an with Scwiet fever
I lixabeoU.
Lkinesa was taken up.
an of the Mays ehose
B postpoed tad bar-
uspday, the, 131h lst.-
* n to give the eaoO
!me to *le asIs.
L prosp4roM yaMM
Lmau county was ahot
mg nero nmamed Kid
a dying teotlmouy to
, Isler slated he stop-
Se of a negro named
for a drink of water.
tume the house Inte
h .way to the well
oa immediately began
Ith a pistol. Four of
d in Isler's body and
i twelve hours later.
ian was brought into
lyver Cross hospital,
Led by skilled phy-
I Tuesday night He
I no idea why the ne-
shot him.
map, also. was shot
same time and place,
the same negro. The
bl at large.
FOR LEWDNESS.
, white, was arrest-
ht by the county au-
charge of lewdness.
I on a $50 bond pend-
y hearing.

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T'HE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1908.


4116-NoeA", the -1 esae gdma
MrL. JAmm, m ati00i -o r mte First
Chrisds ehrefb 4ft a samber of
^"' "+U"A -ATEmLuODE ,!l. i I THE INDEPENDENCE PA]
-ea-t today S2t %0ixOrlems to at-PrH E
'/.-t -tile "-,te 0 Ift, e nst gco-nventig n- o
hreft prepara&iw are bldag 4sAe by
tertamnmu eit t*arn 5,0"* to 3,000
FO"-m oeuSIeIDoEn. S AND
Dem't 4t be satis- FOR STN
&eM with traeets eofaown squaty,
." "r. sa. ,nsi The Masons to R-pen# $2,- i m ITS LABOR PLANK

13r 500 For New Ruilain"g
SALE mn At Ce erv wd profit The Independence Party condemns the arbitrary
N IT I TO BE OF THE MISSION bys .atle-iw h the writ of injunction and contempt proceedings as a v
"ARG.AINS TIL LlluTIUO STYLE, AND W4EN COMPLETED 3Mr Helen Brto onf 27 Pear- of the fundamental American right of trial by jury
A .WILL PRESENT ANDSOM AP Steet ica writes to
Clerks and Inspectors Ap- PEARANCE-WORK TO BEIN M.Pinkham. The Independence Party believes in the right of th
I was all run-down, and on the verge
.Ts, UI point by County Cofne- us sDAYiverwork ers an mechanics and laborers to organ e or the p
COAT CAPS ANDoers. h asonie o it a Ls t- con kh- s et bringing about a just distribution of wealth; it endo
I6T-mNGO THAT IS g appropriated $3,500 with which to ommnedtoget better. I continue eight-hour day for both Federal and State it co
Build the new gate lodge for St. John Ad I am completely restored to health. w r
SBE SLAUGH. special meeting of he Board cemetery The building from Lydia P a's Vegetable black-listing of e ploydeclare for safety applian
S. HofCnty CommisiIIkwMeplans by Architect W. C. Frederic, and :rmiond will beraft other women
TR TO-DAY. nigMrs. . Hor was granted will fe Belmontstreet. it p dgs that will enforce their universal se
=ME TO-DAY. as of the armory ball for the purpose It is to be of re-inforced concrete, m pledges laws that w
i Come and take adv aute tof condu- ng a estertarnment for and s in the mission style with red FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. protf life and limb advocates State and F
JamnesnWcaudrw reustetyd the roof, and belfry tower. A drive- For thirty years Lydia K Pink- of an d
J W y through the center of the buildh- ,am' table (kmun ade
f thi gat opportunity. use of the armorytb cndct a series Ing leads to the cemetery On the Veet, section of railroads, mines, factories and workshops
of enterto "n"a-f for the benefit of north side of the building will be the nomrootS and herb, as been the r
g :.'" ""-'-"-the Methodist _church. The privilege mortuary chapel 18 by 35 feet in size, staldtd remedy i femalfoe cS
_l was granted wifththe provision that and with memorial stained glass win- and has positivelycured thousands ure protection from accident or unsanitary or nhealt
arClothing O. thech.urch yall expenses dows and on the south side of -the women who have been troubled with diOns; it Cnd th manufacture and sale of priso
Cl .:- erk an" .S to on uct driveway will be the waiting and toilet displacements, ianflnmation, uleera-
I______"- __m___m_ _______ _the general eletion on Tuesday, Nov rooms. The buildiln when finished, ton, fibroid tumos, irregularities, goods in the open mare i oiin wi fr
were appointed a follows: present, a very neat appeared. .riodic pains, badaahe, that bear- of a
Noticeherebata meet- and at theS proper time the corner ducts of all kinds, and favors a Department of La
Ing of the Boardof Cunty C iomm on- stone will be laid with appropriate ton47i .essorynei..op tmt n.,.oIL
..______.____...._era In and for tle 6enty of Escambla. P Whwhionch youtiI t ?
Sa. held on the 7th dy of nies. ydon'tyou head of which shall be a member of the Presid t's
a . ber. t_ the .foowing named persons "ra. Pilbaghm- a wites all sick sa
ort, was were duly appointed bysaid Board to W .. ...etq. Wte kae io -avice.
to t.e W e l-- cn...e3nIIr "-atsa t For literature or other information, address:
November -00k.at.the various Precincts, l Agd L uan s
S,. ,. ,^..<,o,.,.;. o... ,I N.,o.E u uiAddu .. "n, an& R. L. HARPER, Chairman State Committee, Jack
e ty yesterday a "d registered at clerk. victr*I U1 L C h a m S t .a ... "
SBlNo.e2-W.Jl, verOnr.. Wm.Archer.eLnUISdP.{IF
N,.. .-..W hive-s,-, r.,- Win. ArchenlU LOUIS r. HEAD, Secretary, Pensacola.
S. Cave, Ta.mpa, is in the citY No. 3.-H. T. Purcell. J. C. Hendrich., iLIIL LU
a. a abort visit.John F. Coppersmith, Inspectors, and Geo.
tvisit. * A. Morrell. clerk.
.w No. 4.--J. P.' Lanigres. W. E. Nobles, i liY
--. .a l, o ,,-, rwto-. Ao. C u i. ih, P hel -TTrn TA lioi n l .
-a nhess the r iqJste oed guests of the Lean. er. In .ivecHorsl I...P.... .. .
inosbasts yesterday. gNo.u o.feh e k Hi Illii IlI 1 i IHI I / lm delegates to attend the convention of conducted for seven
S* Webb, inspectors a Henry Prater, IIIII Ulll the ulf Coast Inland Waterway, No- Roth and others, c
S, ir MeLaughita, .resident of the No. 6.-Theo. Beck. T. J. Davidson, ___ nr ember 9- at Columbus, Ga. terday when H. G,
?sac ola., Mobile & New Alex McVoy. Inspecto, and E. Jen- -- IULU I "We wod be pleased to hve some has been conducting.
ar let s rA D. l olm. H.- Yesterday Was Banner Da Will Meet T eight in Se- your delveanaddres se purchased
S owell, Jr. clerk. VEin.e Square to Hear er and subject of address and names The business wa
*r' .- lb ax r Cabtree He C lker. With the FarmerS Of L of delegates at. earnest possible mo- and will be until
S .-Wart, charged with hitching a M-organil e n_-etor Elv trk. .'.OR IbI ULLLE I Ls ment. tie the place wll
r IM.a shale tree, was fSed $1 and No. 9.-W. Stilley. W. c. Wilnlam. .Escarnbia. "Arrangements are being made for ough overhauling
L' the recorder oart ytest J. W. Gilmore, Inspectors, and N. J. Brew- The republicans of mbia coun- ______ 1,000 delegates, will then open undu
tho;r d es ,tO -R. Hderton, M. D M- clerk.ty are to hold their first rally for "Individual membership fee is $2. Delicatessen with
'' Arthur. C. J. Wart. Inspectors, and MANY ASSEMBLED AT BLUFF many years in eville Jare tonight Glf Coast Waterw AS- "If you or the press of your city de- manager.
S'H e adepty rrEfCtrtiton o r- c.harire rahm, clerk. when addresses wil.l delivered by si re further information apply to the
S. and J. Steeer SPRIN, CENTURY AND COT- number of those whp e qcndidates nation ants Big Gath- under A lsia
g. 51fa- bdo^ to BSaporrileor. tm inr eto, and J B. Steward. RN N for- .. various offices. . l Was B, A ouia
I .-A.L. a A. Rumont. TAG& M4UL... AP H4EAaRD Api t o P M*t-I ... maohlne for me-asu
~ J. _. lpectors, and Pete Mc- .our H to p tie meeting, eRg ees. r- _aremen .
Ta~lr lieft last lht for t~ita clerk. ar. DR'8S'S MEETING TOm IGHT and Wyer's bad will be present to / e. HAS CHANGED HANDS passd through t
A Malr he well r- _The:. Pbeoi e, ts a hur IN THE CITY. render music duri the eveningTh followiTheng letttoiher has eeeen sent te to the resist
a ... week o --mhre -- bs eore.lerk pm adArt.I.TDr. Pollockwiprobably, be the by ecre t a LlnJ.Hendersoof ThePeC
.e tTurtle tieo ra J e I rd K-first speaker, a* -e the Gulf Coast Inland Waterway As- -
s Suara, whiteN was Sued o3 el u.-iD. c. Joeau. T Johnon, e. rdayw the banner gath by F. F. g a u le ScSy l osowdtiontocounty commissioners of
aclerWhitk 'as k 3 n 15--J Petersen T Caro. Yesterday witnesed the banner gath candidacy for the oikture. Capt. ailo iaon the om oner tto
: aOOtei the ..ercorde' cort y.H "wHenry Horaler, Inspectors, ad'J. C. Por- eTings at the three farmers insti- w. H. Nortlup Cat thoe ndellver an. h nt Alogma thdTenos- C hata -A ^1.- "
SIn the h ce oH n iO- t r, cler. tu.tes conducted at Bluff Springs. Ce- address, requestlngsuppot for hoochee -Flint, Alabama and Teanes- E AS DKMONST3ATZ
S the n e I re stok ooal-ce- G -o. i- m. tr', J a. .S tury and Cottage Hill, many plant- gress and J. M.eney, candidate e r aters also along the Gulf Coast
br-l-noi ho i se to ran at large. bird, clerk. era residing in the vicinity of those for governor, will dos* the meeting.d ae In AnaldW hieola, Chattahoocheer of ... I See a e e "e "w
SNo. 17.-Dave Johnson. Hitt and places assembling and.s tening to The republicans iave been prepar- FlintChip, and Alabama r ivers, .a a. ..
ies lAM et thir st Chril- Jonesm. lpectrs. nd John L-. aHo the dresses of Prof. Rolfs, George ing for the meetingor several weeks on the Tennesseeriver from Knoxvill a.
l e Trsda after- No. -Jo O n. Henry Johnon. Mackness and D. K. MQuarrie. and expect to haven large crowd of to Paducah and towns along the gulf
wfl. o WttMrs. Heriman Wolf or. R. J. Brewton. Inspectors, and W. P. The party left the city yesterday those of the republican faith pres-coast Inland Waterway, boards of e *..I a- .rth. u. a-** . eU.*
wat =M s andSt.No. 1atr9 NO .--W-WB. Miller. W. F. Vaugi. ei MchllandF ta ao the u Coast Inlando Vu. ahofS.5cS
AR nbe e reuested to bD e. H.Barr Ins c T. M.s and L. I ing a the t. Waterway.aTennessee, Alabama, and
-4No. 2e.-Mark McCaurdy, J. F. Mitchell. ture and Secretary G. A. Water-bornmorc
docks ndcosagWeted for . Eubaks. iMecto mand H. IL man. At Cote Hill the party I aint tha or mor
I court yesterday No.21i.-J. H. Paterson. Ed. Hall, w. joined by W. S. Reeve, wjo made the A Secret Su with a - --- -


81x2 ( the defeBdaats were charged Jo m """l*a**, hBspectors1. and H. C. whom were children. F. F. Bingham O
Wa o. rt. In spctr. am.H carrit.i. introducing the speakers. The latter L. C. BEN ETT,
SmIIazhnm temperatare at Pen- clerk.. had the same subjects as the day TT
estsrds dm &N Coa t t am---.. I, ... U.. Previous, and were listened to very Under au ices of
*$ a., the 'elatar 1 clerk. y, In hos A attentively. Gadsden Str Epworth
-eat : a. m. Lest yeao No. 3.-W. Taylor. J. W. Collins, From Bluff Sp)rings the party ,auS en tnrt Epworti
the w. dat the maximumI w as 1 Llkes, tixectors, and B. F. i ndany. traveled to Century. H. L Glover Leae I.
e' awrau__ f"r' hisor date soJr.. JL'. B. Bighai.. Inmlctors and J. F. panled by J. H. Jones and A. E. Hhn- AtnmissiI 25c. j
-..- Bodenstelam. clerk. nan. ,Century was reached about mmmmmm_ __ __
I. .. .--- -_ No. S..-J. ell.' M.. W. Peterson. J. 12.30 and the address, consumed .
cl rk Inctors, and A. R. LanTford, o.e tw ou.he institute was "- ) -
JIr e-kNo. .-H. ). Tate. W. W. Woife. D. held In the school house. and the ad- -
B, B. Morrison, lnspetor and Dan H. Shep- dresses were heard by about 150 pu- B
i- R^oNo. 3-W-. W. Potter. H. A. Lurton. C. pils and 50 farmer, .
Iij- ~J. Stephens, tIasectors, and F. Rust The party then boarded a train for -1
M-'smith, clerk. Cottage Hill. where the largest crowd
"--No .-T. W. Grmeyo. Lemn Burns -ad gathered farmers for many miles
helbPs, eaernT coming to the town. The. meeting
^ No. 32.-Rob-rt Bear. P. Kllne. C. A. was a very enthusiastic one, and the -
S*m..... "-a Tk mn Wi ales, Inspectors, and Chas. P. Bell. party was escorted to the depot when '
Ah. 1.- i. No. 33.-W. "T Godwin. J. E RLWsby they started for home by the entire KY\ J URN AL
Aresm C ,M n Saik elertion, Today institutes are to be conducted -KYU RA
oeilim.. wth- "t -l- o otiaon. O ad t teh uof unsaid eai Myrtle Grove and Whi- 1tmni.1re's
gag? *a--s- wta._l lwl peenetsn respectively, near Perry Pass, and tonight tie par-


gras A. McMI S.LAN, ty will r-etur and a mass meeting I
I.w nt Clerk Board Count ommissioner. will be held in the court house com-
_______*...... _BC.HARTSFIlL. -. n TO-M ORROW
oe Aw Deputy Clerk. Inmtncng at 8 o'clock.
'',-.ii--iUr -- ]H0ow He Advertised: Wifey-Be ..
ii lol e efB"sure to advertise for Fido in the morn- ,__.. .-. YOU' 11 See.he
ru ing newspaper. Next day the wife food we e finish en YO See
L "t-A '.angy apd. with onee i dy As ing coa Difference EVERY BUSINESS FIRM SHOULD BE REPRE-
and no tal. Too fat to walk. An- makes Steam for an engineI
ers to the ame ofdo. re- The experiments of Prof. between our these and SENTED. THE WEEKLY JOURNAL HAS AN OUT-
from tarn, stuffed, large reward."-Phil- e experiments Of Prof.
adeiphia Inquirer. Ranklad, Ph. D., of London, the others aft you have OF-TOWN CIRCULATION OF NEARLY AND
Veryniatter of Fact: "Ye" said show that codiver oil yields twomone of r suits a THE ADVERTISING RATES ARE EXC INGLY
218up in one night." "You don't say:" than starches or sweets. &. ,, LOW AND RESULTS REASONABLY SURE. SEND
exclaimed the innocent bystander. Its this 'Herece
as ny o neh rtr" '.o- a -were that binds patrons YOUR COPY TODAY, SURE.
the traveler. "They were oheld up by ,ta b trn Y
to women In a ballroom"-chicago O Ull 0 LlllfM UIIiM to us.
wood a yeaw to lake the newspapers WMft hYp3hophites of hNsEW Ta1te
m niYorkacit.It,, .-;-Woh s. ms UT11 m
* OShe Likes l oed Things. C th .l .od, I $I 'it
W Mrs. Chas K Slith, of West Frank- the nerves, and repaus tI s
. am ve aoptedDr. '- New Life M . E_ -* l_- !
"' SE pUSb as our family lajStive medicine, S .thsbd... h a.e V 1ab _:Ma
becm., they are good a" do their -- _s,. na r -e a iim f ra--, iI, ) i
fwt wltbobt Iaki nafuss about it.-c "Comelemw Ad o wabs Owr a PRMll lflaissI
Thes painess puriers sold at all scot T .& s Was 40sow.. sne. -tyk


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P*IAL.A i3WR DA. TH AT li)NING. OTBER 8, 1908.


11M3 RZAL TIMT
or. FdCOR*CYS.


y-e of his de.fAs -6 had continue
bi advocacy of the same principles he
aou his party represented In 1896 and
19J, and time had proven those is-
soee to be THU issue-ecesary and
vital to thoe tcostme control of the
government by the people and in the
nlatorst of the whole people.
Mr. Bryan was easily the strongest
man in his party, and the greatest fig-
ure in Amerslea political life. His
honesty and fidelity to the cause of
the mses has been proven, and he
was again choesa to lead the people
in their great fght to regain control
of the goverament, lost to them
through twelve years of pandering to
the taterests of the trusts by the re-
pnem.a party, become drunk in its
I-ate pted power in the national
gsvenmaent.
Now, in his third great political con-
taest, Mr. Breya has the respect of even
his oppoej ts, end no longer Is the


belief held la any quarter that his


election will precipitate a financial,
Industrial or economic cataclysm upon
the country.
He is stronger both in and out or
his party than ever before, and the
party behind him is onM more united
in the common cause, the justice or
which has become apparent to all men
except the beneficiaries of the repub-
easn system of government for the
favored few as against the common
people of the country.
And the present Mr. Bryan, the
hasest man, the friend'of the masses.
the believer in a government for ALL,
THE POPLE will be elected, be-
cause the American people now de-
mand PERFORMANCES, and NOT
mere PROM1M .. of the administra.
tors of the American gove.u~..znt.

The New Orleans Daily States
claims to have evidence that a large
amount f money is being sent from
TAjutsoua for the benefit of the Taft
'lp- fund. Quite recently, ac-
cording to the States. $15,000 'was for.
warded on and only a. small portion
et it came from republican ocehold
ers. This work of raising money for
Tatt has be= dose on the at right in
a deuoectic stronghold in a popu-
bus southern state. This money, the
most of it Is contributed by wealthy
business men and manufacturers, se-
cretly, and makes more apparent the
reason why the republicans refuse to
publish their campaign contributions
till after the election.

The sad conditions wherein- little
children are unable to attend public
schools are by no means confined to
Pensacola. Perhaps they are found
to a greater extet or less. extent in
most cities. In addition to the ex-
pense for books and clothes, tuition
has to be paid In Mobile as will be
seen by the following from the Item:
"Every day comes complaint to The
Item of the hardships imposed upon
the orphans, who are anxious to ob-
tain a few crumbs of knowledge. To
many the tuition fee Imposed is a mere
trile, and the question of books Is
but little more to those blessed witn
plenty. But to the hard-struggling
widow it is a great deal."

The im*ilration authorities have a
case on their hands which they arie
at a loss to know how to deal with.
One of the passengers arriving at New
York on board an American liner, ap-
peared to the casual observer as being
a man, but proved to be a woman in
male attire. She is being detained at
the immigration hospital until the
covw- sstooer of immigration can de-
cide what disposition to make of the
mique case. It would have saved the
Immigration oocials lots of trouble itf
they had looked the other way when
that particular passenger passed
down the gang plank.

It was adertood at the time that
the repasulean campaign managers
tried to have Mr. Taft remain at
bone and cofine his political
harangues to such delegations of
party supporters as might visit him;
but he would not consent to the plan.
It begins to look now as though he
might have done better to have taken
their advice. His efforts on the stump
are not mroui much enthusiasm


We 'heaYr many voters,
tuag to be "good demo-.
S cmts, elaborating upon Mr.-
B n's chances of election.
f Thy ar l men of means, usu-
a ft ; wio could easily aflbrd
: to give bo thig0 to aid the
party in its present great


1 'They profess-to be heartily
* in favor of the party's Aic-
cets, nd even have sugges-i
torn to offer as to how the
campaign work could be im-

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But the real question
Is, WHAT HAVE THEY
DONE TO HELP BRYAN
an-the democratic party?
It takes money to win a
national election, and if the
democrats are to win this
year the PEOPLE must
fil-.cc the party's campaign.
The rea -test, of TRUE
DEMOCRACY in the year
IP0 is not merely whether
you are going to vote the
ttichet, but also:
-What, have you done to
Shlp win, and,
S How much MONEY have


S you given to the-cause?

Bryn and
Hi9 Critics
In a speech in Iowa Tuesday, Wm.
.- J. rya declared that be had outlived
VthI Me=oos criticisms of his ene-
**a., -W that the republican party
a h O4ppoing his election, was now con-
frintoe with the diftlulty of explain-
why he retains his hold upon the
e enIotce and esteem of the Ameri-
S can people.
SMr. Wryan is qite ea et I his
constelen. When he was nominate-d
by th Chicago convention m i1896
ractlcally unknown to the voters of
the nation at large, he was regarded
s & dangerous politician, as a man
who would, It elected, seek to over-
throw the established order of Ameri-
can istltnttons, and to instill into
the minds of the masses class con-
*lousmass and consequent class ha-
tre. His views at that time were
considered as too radical, and as con-
stituting a menace to the business in-
tory"sof the country.
Agate. In 1900, Mr. Bryan was per-
baps unfortunate In advocating Issues
that had not then been demonstrated
4e acessary to the well-being and
prosperity of the country, and In the
further fact that William McKinley
ha e suessfully conducted the war
with Spain, the credit for which was.
as is the credit for every other good
thiss. whether of divine or human
original claimed by the republican

These causes, perhaps more than
gay antipathy of the public toward his
personality, brought about Mr. Bryan's
defeat, with its consequent demoral-
istieos of the democratic party organ-

4 The republicans then thought, and
wet strenthened in the bellet by the
noinad ion of Judge Parker In 1904.
that Mr. Bryan had been finally ellmi-
Sa. t tro the political equation,
alu W ith the issues for which he
stoee, mad to which the republHeas
Dpet- as the party of the corporations,
wan stremaseuly opposed.
St the enemies of Bryan, and or
Uuwaggi lees, held the personal cbar-
SOW .. a the man sad the temper or
f o peole "too lightly.
an w hmeas A g broadend In the


THE 3JOUR VAL ~MA


-Preston Republican. /
Young Marshall Field has shown
marked talent for oratory in #is last
term at Eton College. He says., how-
ever. that if he were not an American
he should join the British army.-Chi-
cago Tribune.
When he sees Carrie Nation getting
into the campaign. and sailing into
the candidates, Mr. Fairbanks must
thank his stars that he was not re-
nominated.-St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Judge Parker tells prospective law-
yers that it's better to be honest than
rich. but neglects to inform the stu-
dents as to the size of his own bundle.
-Bridgeport Post.
"Ralsuli is to leave Morocco for
parts unknown," says a European new-
letter. If he intend to stay there,
we sincerely wish he would take Mo-
rocco with him.-Washington Herald.
For Sore Feet.
"'I have found Bucklen's Arnica
Salve to be the proper thing to ae for
sore feet. as well as for healing baur s
sores, cuts. and all manner of abra-
sions." writes Mr. W. Stone, oftCast
Poland, Maine. It is the proper thin
too for piles. Try it! Sold under guar-
antee at all druggists. 25e.
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and be .is no. atch ar a m .. t tn
game.

Ie a safe bet Tedy wM't 16m his
ThaaMgivitagM Imson until after
November rd.

The hot iterchae blows be.
tween the rival chle of the two great
parties is not giving the protbibtio- -
Ists nor the socialists any USeasneqs.

Another new nation has come into
the world and will occupy a place on
the map of Europe. On Qctober 5th
Bulgaria, one of the Turkish provinces
declared its independence from Tur-
key. As is usual in such cases war is
threatened and only the interference
of the great powers of Europe can
prevent it.

The writer was in error when he
d yesterday that Peumaeola had
e nothing to abate the dust
nuisance. The council has asked for
bids for two sprinkling carts. How-
ever, asking for bids, while very good
in its way, does not lay the dtst. We
can remember when the city, some
aeons ago, sold bonds to provide for
street paving, and we didn't get the
paving: so-we are a bit suspicious
of any sort of tentative or "proposed"
action by our city boards.


VOX POPULI

FAVORS USE OF SEA
.WATER ON STREETS.
Pensacola, Fla., Oct, 7.
Editor of the Journal:
I see there is a good deal of talk
about the dusty streets; and the Im-
portance of sprinkling tCiea, this is
alright but with the porous sandy soil
of -our unpaved streets, fifteen min-
utes after a street is sprinkled with
city water, it is dry again.
Now why not use salt water from
the bay? This is done in a great
many places, especially abroad, and is
much cheaper and lays the dust for
hours; it seems to me where we
Shave so much pure sea water right at
our doors, that for very "-light ex-
pense, the city could put a small gaso-
line or electric pump -on Palafox
wharf,. and easily get all the water
necessary, for sprinkling the down
town district any way.
W. C. FREDERIC.
STILL WONDERING WHY
THERE ARE SOCIALISTS
Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 7, 1908.
Editor Journal:
Placing myself in the position of
one who wonders "Why there are So-
cialists." I cannot extract from Mr.
Bennett's letter the evidence to change
my convictions or to pr ve that a
bridge party or euchre club is respon-
sible for the indigency of the children
in question. We must all deplore the
condition in w"hs t-rc M&A Uzn a
placed, and would better their lot if
it were in our power to do so, but
Mr. -Bennett fails to potnt out how this
is to be done. or how' the abolition of
euchre, bridge or donkey parties would
bring about the necessary benefits to
the now unfavored classes, nor does
he enlighten us as to the connection
between Socialism, bridge parties and
indigent children. We can easily un-
derstand that the members of the
bridge parties, as well as the unfor-
tunate little tots. may need erudition
along essential lines, but we cannot
grasp, without further enlightenment,
what connection Socialism has with
this situation, any more than we can
gather any sense from the answer ot
the hackney coach driver, when asked
why his vehicle was called a hackney.
replied "Because it only costs a shil-
ling a mile."
ticipants In bridge, euchre and pink
tea partIe should abstain from hold-
ing these functions, and devote the
money expended thereon in efforts to
administer to the wants of the poor, or
does be mean that they should expend
their surplus energies in promoting a
Fystein that would allow all to partici-
pate in the questionable enjoyments
of bridge or euchre parties, as wet'
as inuare the necessary tuition for the
generations to come. Which Is which
and why is it
Yours truly.
ARTHUR W. DAVIS.


People in the

Public Eye


it Is claimed by his friends that Mr.
By. an neither drinks, smoke, nor
chew.'. He will be pardoned for in-

dulging in a lot of sweat words when
the November returns begin to roll in.


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DEMOCRATIC TICKET

NATIONAL.
Fer Presidential Eleoters;
H. P. Bailey.
P. W. Butler.
Robt. E. Davis,
Geo. C. Martin,
Samuel E. Pasco.
For Congressman:
J. Walter Kehoe,
D. H. Mays.
STATE NOMINEES.
Govedhn-Albert W. Gilchrist
Secretary of Stat-H. Clay Craw-
ford.
Attorney General-Park M. Tram*
mell.
Con'a*trlle-A. C. Croam.
&M T mmurer-W. V. Knott.
Superintendent of Public intrnueti
-Wm. H. lHoloway.
in.
Railraf d Cf fsmeselem-Royal s
Dunn.
jusCiob or ot shrim ea0Ce cm
Wm. A. Hoakmr.
Theao m. Shaekleorn
COUNTY NOMINEES.
Roprem-tativs: -
C. Li. W .gi.
J. P. Stokes.
Sheerl-J. C. Van Plt.
Clsk of Cert-les Macgihem.
Tax AmeI ew-W. W. Richa.
Tax C44oe--J. 8. Raberts.
County Tr.-wer.-J. d. WUI&ws.
"how S- 7i 1,en--N. 3. mCo

hoIm6eeo the Paoo, Diet. L.-. L.
Cnstable, Diet. a,-C. P. Bobe.


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At the req 4tofmW =fO f
a- a candidst. for fe iv
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Whites. Negroes.
489.545 3,711
181,618 3,213
275,126 4,576
45.592 8,374
50.328 130
1,370,209 29.762
701,701 18,186
630,600 4.442
398,552 14,695
216.856 44.
830,849 10.456
260,979 s 60.406
809.,797 46,418
94,873 711
712,245 5.193
502,384 2,168
297,817 2,298
130,648 230
14,652 70
532.750 21,474
2,145,067 31.425
93,237 115
1,180.509 31.425
131,261 560
1,763,482 51.668
124,001 2.765
107.35:6 184
65.205 358
108.027 289
183,999 1,230
567,21:3 1.006
36,262 481


Great Prepar
Way For 4
Carnival %
Coast Metre
26 to 31, and
Are Expect

Special to
Jacksonville, Fla
and purple, the, c
be in evidence'al
business streets a
rity during caraii
26 to 31, incl.as
spirit has struck
struck it hard an<
to be anxious for
great fall festival,
be the most en0j
given in this partI
The carnival man
no trouble or expel
ting up a program
all. The very hi
drome attractions
to come here dire
via steamer, and I
shows that have
cessions are all fa
that have been sg
With their usL
transportation cos
ed low rates for
all points in Flo;
Georgia a rate
round trip. plus
granted and the
daily from Noveiu
a final limit retus
sonville up to mi
1. This insures I
attendance and t1
tion that Jackson!
ed with visitors du
The numerous hoe
houses will give a
to these visitors
families will rent
to carnival visit
ample accommodate
come but it will
gage rooms ahea<
give exact dates
rooms are wanted
The carnival gri
very conveniently
on Main street
doubled track elec
through the ground
other line of stnre
Eleventh street, i
gives two Uesm of
sures rapid serve
carnival. grounds
within easy walkd
principal busa~t
Ithe city.
Wh ra maredoth


r tions Under -grun will be mosmt brilliantly um-
.- Inated at night. Across Main street,
celebration of which is a splendidly -paved, broad
eek In East thorougfare with rows of palm trees
on either side of a pretty parkway
olis, October in ,the center, will be placed a large
Large Crowds arch stlded with electric lights, and
reaching from this arch, at the ainter-
s. section of Eighth street, will be fes
toons of electric lights reaching to the
carnival grounds. Another illuminated
SJournal. arch wil mark the entrance to the
L Oct. 7.--Orang grounds. This will be surmounted by
gival colors. will large. fivepointed star, studded with
Ug the principal electric lights, and in the center ot
& throughout the the star will be the inscription:
Seek, October "CARNIVAL 1908." in red lights. Thab
. The carnival carnival grounds will be a blaze of
acksonville and light as several thousand electric
everyone appears lights will be used in the decorations
e opening of the The railway will be along Cottage
rich promises to avenue. from Main streetto Laura
pble affair ever street, the midway attractions being
Sthe country. arranged on each side of the street,
cement Is sparing and if more room is needed will turn
this year in ge at right angels and extend towards
at will appeal to ret.-
eat class hippo- A great eirlcustent has been secured
se been eng~bed for the hippodnrme attractions and
from New Yorke this will ao a iating. capacity ot
fie midway side from eight ho to *n tbousa&n.
een granted con- The seats will be soaranged that
sbove the average every lMsn can obtain an unob-
ine the o average tructed view of all of the hippo-
in the south.
liberality, the drome attractions: Two large rings
anles have grant- and a center stage WfR .be used for
Scarnival. Froa presenting the bulk of these attrai-
a and souther tonss and there will be a4 continuous
one fare for the performai-e. with no waits between
kcets willhas besoenld Some of the hippodrome acts have
r ts will wsoth only been seen in New York, having
ger 5to leave Jack- come to that city direct from Europe.
ogt of Noveamber and froth New York they come direct
nuallt Nvem to Jacksorille. These acts are
usually y large thrillers. They are novel and unique
e is every rowd- and every carnival visitor will have
He will be crowd- to admit, after seeing them, that the
ug carnival week carnival is the best show ever seen in r
a and boardiug the sout I
pecially low rate The people of Jacksonville are
d many private Sending the earaival flsnemwW
ims for the week ery the aralval a-riaq I
There will be ery ---t -- ad the carnival 1
Sfor all who be198 is destined ta-be a grand success i
advisable to oe- eOWT PAY CARRIERS.
hen possible to Ones J s mu st call the
the time the attetium t its sabseribers to the par
ing of subscriptions to carriers.
this year are Carriers are not authried to e
They on t.t bt Irr the JouraaL Its on ly au thor
which there Is a ied comectors nla Pesas la are
car line. and M s. J. A. Wales, Sam M. Roach.
ere passes an- CL. AMeht, Joem Gerkis and Elmer t
railway -sA g WWft. On the road the apaw is rep-
L ty Charles P. Steward, C.
cat esme l I. Piorer ad W. A. Deal.
ea d from the seu gained by these mtlme
hieb are a & 6 ill be abw indg by theoc
of the it atle eoeor.
of Deat ay carersu.
PFMD A. WEasT.
O earnimal MW. CIrculation. .o


4 -


Even before the present presidential
canmign fegan, and during the
period when the Brownsville aftir
was the topic at the hour the question
of "The Negro Vote sa" Its Power"
was the topic of-much concern and oc-
casioned considerable sp4cultJoa.o
Time and again it was held that the
negro vote in maSi of the states be-
yond the Masm sand Dixon line held
the balance of power.
This is untrue, most decidedly an-
true. As a mater of fact, the negro
voters hold the balance of power in
only five states. It has been asserted
in certain quarters that Mr. Bryan
will capture the entire negro vote In
the states beyond the imaginary line
because of the recent turn of affairs
in Ohio. where Mr. Taft was born, and
where Mr. Peraker, until recently, was
a King Bee in republican politics.
Granted that Mr. Bryan got this en-
tire vote he could not win unless there
be a great change of sentiment In the
white republican ranks over what hap-
pened in 1896 and 1900..
.Below is given the white and negro
votes by states, taken from the official
federal census reports of 1890, and to
which is added the popular plurality
of both the republicans and democrats
in the presidential election in 1900,
when Mr. Bryan made his second dis-
astrous race for the presidency:


Plurality.
39,771 H
29,661 D
28,570 R
3.671 H
2,216 D
94,924 R
26,479 R
98,606 R
23,354 R
28,613 R
81,869 R
13,491 'R
37.830 D
11,773 D
104,584 R
77,560 R
7,822 H
19,314 R
2.314 t1
56,899 R
143.606 R
15,372 R
143,606 R
13,141 R
288,433 R
43,657 R
14,986 R
2,133 R
29,719 R
12,623 R
106,681 It
4,318 R


cludiin the above named five states,
his vote will stand thus:
California, 10; Colorado, 5; Connec-
ticut, 7; Illinois. 27; Iowa, 13; Maine,
6; Massachusetts, 16; Michigan. 14;
Mianebota. 11; Montana. 3: Nebraska,
8; New Hampshire, 4; New Jersey.
12; New -York, 39; North Dakota, 4;
Ohio, 23; Oregon, 4; Pennsylvania,
34; Rhode Island, 4; South Dakota, 4:
Utah, 3; Vermont, 4; Washington, 5;
West Virginia. 7: Wisconsin, 13;
Wyoming, 3. Total, 283.
The total electoral vote, under the
apportionment of 1900, is 476. Deduct-
jng this estimated republican vote
from the whole number, and conceding
to Bryan all of the remaining electoral
votes, including the five above named
states where the negro voters hold the,
balance of power, this will give him
193, leaving the republicans a major-
ity of 90.
It West Virginia is included in these
estimates, the result will be as fol-
lows:
West Virginia has 233,129 white and
14.786 negro votes. That state gave
Mr. McKinley a popular majority of
21,022. If this negro vote was given
to *Mr. Bryan it would give him West
Virginia's seven electoral votes, but
it would still leave a total republican
majority of 76 in the electoral college.
It is thus apparent that the negro


AGENTS THIESEN BUILDING.


CARNIV L SPIRIT HAS

STRUCK JACKSONVILLE


hawe a In w y'b ie to wave ,

Sylt bt chm ft by.e
Read our prepoietion- We prepvse to sell yo fx thle, tliS0ze, 4a
King Trt tuted upothe pr rty formerly kow as the r
Farm," all bts level, igh and dry, bearing trit and pea trees, t M
with a tour or five roo eettage all ready for yoe to move into ebt Oft
tober 15th. An lmses a ne w neatly finished and patted, ua wl
we6 hts and cord, Dae well water, all fenced.
The plan of easy payment, is so reasonable and comfortable that aay
one with a comparatively steady t-ieome can avail himself of this opportu-
ity.
Our oter is thia: 4 room house with all imprvements-M 0,. on
terms of $10.00 down and $19.00 per month at 8 per cent interest.Reaeb
year whatever you pay over and above the laterest will be deducted $hrm
the principal and intert charged only on roaintag amount. For tmeatsm
the first year say your contract is for $900.00 interest 72.00 making SMS.
you pay 12 payments $1009 each --120.00 then you will owe $15M. o
begins the second year $85-.0. aad interest less payments $120.00-equals--
$802.00 what you owe end of second year, and so on until paid. You to
have the privilege of paying more or paying In full at any time and me
curing warranty deed. All cash 5 per cent discount.
The 5 room nouse4 are upon the same plan. these have 2 bed ro
l5x15 reception hall 12z15, dining room 12xlo, kitchen 10xOl. front ana
back gallery, grates through house, flue in kitchen, south front lot 150I150.
Price on terms of $15.00 down and $15.00 per month-$12f0.00. All cash I
per cent discount-Abstract titles.
ThiA property is on West DeSoto street and almost Joins the Kupfrian
Park place near Jackson street hard road is now within a few bloce ef
West End car line. This section is growing rapidly, it is almost an assured
fact that toe electric car line will soon circle the property. Charches
and public schools will be built, and a general increase In value will take
place, you canu pay for one of these places in a few years. Have you
stopped to think that in 10 years time paying rent of $10.00 per mamoh
you would pay your landlord $1200.00. So really you own the property at a
cost of interest and taxss. You have to pay rent where you are. Why
not put it in a home of your own?
We have spared no pains in the construction and arrangement of
these cottages and now ask that you Inspect the property, if you do not
think it the best proposition of its kind in this territory, then we de't
ask anything more. Will take pleasure in showing at any time.

L. SA Brown & Company,
REAL ESTATE LOAN AND INSURANCE.
PHONE 918.


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THE STATE PRESS.


Can Come to Florida.
Snow has visited New York and
other northern states. and the winter
season shows signs of setting In rather
early. There is always one conbla-
tion for those people up there-they
can come to Florida, where climatic
comfort is always on tap and life is
much prolonged.-Tampa Times.
He Oughtn't to Vote. ,
With the names of thirty presiden-
tial electors on the ballots in Florida
this year the average voter will need
a guide-book in order to vote right.-
Pensacola Journal. If the average
voter will require a gusde book, how
about the one who makes "his X
mark."-Orlando Reporter-Star.
Want Election in Sreverd.
,Petitions are being signed in Bre'
vard county aking for an election to
determine whether liquors may a ai
be legally sold idt that county. Bre-
vald has been a dry conMty for some
time, and it is not thought that the
people will make any change nl the
status of the liquor question.-Miaml
News-Record.
Name a Handicap.
The St. Petersbur Independent
wants the na of that popular resort
changed, and suggests the name of
Pinellas. The name St. Petersburg is
certainly a handicap, derived as it is
from a European capital noted for its
cold climate and colder blooded people
-a capital with which It is Ipol
to associate a plesant thought.--Wau |
ehula Advocate.
Oily Garments Comon.
Whtle every politician is praiing
and eulogizing the mat is oily gar-
ments. the man in oily garments is
critictaing and comadning the politic-
an who has the least taint of o0i
about him. Seemingly this is a differ-
ence without a distinction but so far.
as citizenship is concerned they are as
diametrically opposed as day and
night.
Certainly the. president's eldest son
must labor and "no favors are to be
extended him till after the election.'
Why should the son of a man mere
than fairly well to do be taken ftrm
school and act to work in a factory ex-
cept to catch votes? "After the elec-
tion" we shall see that Teddy. Jr.,
'*the vIdest eon of the president," can
go back to school as any other boy of
his standing could do. But what
sort of a man is it that sends out his
children to make a grandstand play to
catch votes? The son "labors" while
the son-in-law prophesies that the
Roosevelt dynasty Is diready plate
securely on the throne, with Taft as
mayor of the palace and peacemaker
in chief.--Jacksonville Times-Unis..
Uncle Joe's Nose.
The Pensacola Journal has an edi-
torial on Uncle Joe Cannon's mney
and his methods, containing uota-
tions from the Breeooklyn agle and
Henri Watterson os how be made It

and how be spends it. They talk of
his many Midednem, bhis "heap shirts
sad cheap stogies" and again about his
"'Alk tile and high flavored cigars",
according to the company he keeos.
Now his money, cheap stogies or
flne Aerges 4on't bother us. Tris his
method. Uncle Joe ia possessed of a
madness for power and displays the
most consumaste methods know* to
any politician.
He may smoke strong stogies but
he also Is possessed of a strong nose.
a nose vtreng enough to stand sthog
itogies and likewise strong enough to
indicate that he has character.,
or bad, which ever one chooses to
call it.
And a man possessed of that nose,
whatever may be te O hrceter of his
,moks. w fll be -e to smoke out Uis
competitors Jf Uhsy d*t watch out.
Resolutons pMosMIen are all to
he sgar ps ls%;gt the evil, but
t Will t otes Pamovercome that

A lot of m pm r


ia!o*ic. :o


There is a Great

Deal of Comfort

And pleasure as well inw
reat big easy duia we am
elfing, at 10s, $12 0. Op. 90
$M. T-eTs aplielshd a i-
l-e-r- Wth tbig sam sd n ,

, are in to sot i a n d a
d--11but seAs V -s'


complete chi lk Iwn. "



UM 6 IN


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From these stis ft will be seen
that the north4q negro voters hold
the balann of pMitlcal power in only
five states, vii: Delaware, Indiana,
Kansas, Marylakt-nd Msmouri. which
Svir( uwdy, Lbc m*isUWi- -au 1Ui00.
in the aggrsgateO electoral votes, as
follows: Delaware, 0; IndIana. 15;
Kansas. 10: Maryl*a. 8. and Missouri
18; total, .44 ,
If Judge, Taft, ae4 hold the states
that went for MeKloe in 1900, ex-


votes are so distributed in the north-
ern states that they cannot hold, or
control, the balance of power in a
presidential election, taking as a bas-4
for this conclusion the vote in the
-1900 and 1904.
These statistical figures show very
clearly and unquestionably that, gly-
ing the solid negro vote of the north-
ern states to Mr. Bryan he would stiit
be far short of an election.


OFFICE SECOND FLOOR.


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Sa *.X4 A=Uly B. P. 0. I. ehmre Party ~ e w
is 4*t, ta hlx .street.
-11 4 imt.--4hWtya. Merai g Brdte Club meets with 'Miss Eda
AXwI Nortm HIDL
Siy tY o t Temple No. 14, in honor of

*- GQ4t f e Ptscola Country Club.
, b^e****.***44 e e *4****e *6*


.. VIOLeTS.
3 I y i memd 1ad shoorn such
a lte wth smiling face,.
'g I ISa lw from her new mood,
't. Whet I could ill afford.
S weet Violets.
eb ti hart, why throb you
S3ed 40a1 aoge .that alm would


wer lw corsage fair,

S mm she wrem with real air er,-
s X prIVt. WM, grow debonair,
5Mw mwrht her out, and ept her,
whsL* *b .e to o,

RUhiY married wmre, of course 'twas
UK Jar walth and gan .
gift was


nw I havre s, Ih ad h* has oane.
aas oft r01e0
' Wlg- h ittk .sa nd piter Tet-r-


I i ) people's Magasine for


bqkre q4onb was
'Si Too"&*yby
mgia. NML Sarv.
Mrs. WMilIam


wgW'o with Mf


1*uVl NWTRY
MIOY6AE AFFAIR.
.bt.a 1 night at tho
b w. 'not only largely
'w a, most pleasant
Vwgt Mr. H. H.
o M and the dance was
m TORN ad Miss Wil-
|B feoa of Mrs.

" W9EK
Maish will have-charge
Iw aYp at the week of
g poducted by the We-
w of the Palafox Metho-
oaM the remainder of the
a be as follows:


Am by -Dr. Sylvester Weeks.



KH. A~~W. WOLPE
LEAGUE.
N & ry W 4 Itl messien of the
H w- Zeaue Vr t mpalarox
Si lr was held Tuesday
t ed*y bor'e of Mr. and
u--. W. We, on North Guille-
pgI was very .tastefully ar-
s'-i tr the *Alr which proved
f be "a a to omst pleasant In the

A M raim of music and

lj O City of Toledo. LucaM
"'S iar m :oP. .J. Caeney
tn the Citya of
mate aforesai and
the sm ofONI
e ack and every
ma bS Me be cured by

I this th day of liber.
A.;.i N.- A. W. GLASON
Netary Public.
ants fm r-t. and mu-
coqw ag the system. gend for
n CO ToTedo. 0.
Ie'*yt PUlls tfor constjpa-
utos.


$


recitations "ires tendered by the mem-
mers aad much enjoyed. Among tie
numbers w a vocal solo by Miss
amelia M31 taary, a violin solo by
little Miss Agnes Wolfe, a piano solo
by Miss Mary Wolfd and Mrs. Ruther-
ford. a recitation by Miss Willie
Etheridge, recitation by S(rs. Mc-
Reynolds, several musical selections
by Mrs. Claude Carson, and a read-
lng by Mrs. Bbwnlee Wolfe.
At the conclusion of the program
dabtty refrtebsents were served.
GALLOGLY.GRAY WEDDING
INVITATIONS OUT.
The' following announcement will
prove of much interest to the friends
in this city and at the forts of Mi.s
Harrette Francis Gray, who has
visited at Fort Barraucas on several
o ,casioms. the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Pierce:
Mr. and Mrs. James Richard Gray
request the Vleasure of your company
at the marriage of their daughter,
Harriette Frances
to
Mr. James Arthur Gallogly
First rJeuteeapt Coast Artillery
Corps. United States of America
On the evening of Tuesday, the
twentieth of October
at eight o'clock
Greystone
Atlanta, Georgia. *
FOR SENWFIT OF
SCHOOL BOOK FUND.
The ladles auxiliary to the Blks'
will give a euchre party and dance
en Friday nixht at the Elks' rooms
for the beneft of the school booK
fund. Adwt-~m 25 eents.'

PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. W. H. Barber, of Moultrie, Ga..
president of the J. R. Saunders Co.,
Is in the city on, a short visit. -
Mr. A. I. Morgan.. .of Meridian.
Mise.. is In- the city and Is the guest
of Mrs. McDoe ad. at the late Fisher
residence.


Miss Dixie Bass and Miss Edna
Covtngto., have returned home. after
an enjoyable visit to friends and rel-
itves in Atlanta.
Mr. J. X. Klapp. late of Greens-
boro, N. C., is enjoying a visit to the
city, being the %uest of Mrs. Mc-
Donald corner of Palafox and Gregory
streets.
Mrs. P. K. Yonge and daughter,
Miss Margaret, have returned from
St. Louis, where they have been the
guests of Mrs. P. A. Buck.
Mrs. Frank FPster, who had been
visiting in-the city for several weeks.
the guest of her sister. Miss Alice
Howe, ham returned to her home in
Long Beach.
Mr. Paul Compton, who is a drug-
gist in the Philippines. has been in
the city for several days. the guest
of his mother-in-law. Mrs. Rhoda
Armstrong on East Jackson street.
Dr. J. A. McDonald. wio has been
a resident of Pensacola for the past
two years, has removed to Century.
His family, the members of which are
now in Atlanta, will join him within
a short time.
Mr .and Mrs. W. N. Austin. of Co-
lumbus, Ga., who spent a portion of
tieir bridal tour as the guests of Mrs.
W. 1. Duffee. of this city. left Tuos-
day aigat on the steamer Tarpon for

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BLUFF SPRINGS-


aefef l ft Rto J nL
Bluff Springs, Fla., Oct. 7.-The in-
stitue conducted by Prof. RolWf and
partners, Mr. C. K. kcduarrie and
George Macknass and others. was held
in the Methodist church Wednesday
at 9 o'clock sharp, with a real good
attendance of farmers and the teach-
ers and pupils of school No. 9, where
all respectfully listened to the differ-
ent and appropriate subjects of farm-
ing and dairying. All the subjects
were well handled by every speaker,
and the farmers went home well satis-
fied with their time well spent.
Mr. Ben Bryars, of Sacranton, Miss,
who for some time has been here on
a visit to his father and sister, Rev.
J. L. Bryars and Mrs. John Parker, re-
turned home via Bay Minette last Fri-
d&y.
Master Everett Bryars. of Plateau,
Ala.. went home last, Friday, after hav-
ing been here on a visit to his many
friends and relatives for some time.
Mr. Ba* Medlocok.F. ... of
came up last Friday .morning on a
short visit to his many friends and
relatives. .
Miss Florence Moore went to Mo-
hile. Ala., last. Friday on a short- busi-
ness trip.
Rev. .1. I. Bryars went to Summer-
dale. Ala.. in the interest of his relig-
ious duties last Saturday.
Dr. D. T. Smith. of Molino Fla..
made a professional visit up here last
Saturday.
Rev. J. T. Fillingim went to Perdido
to fill his regular appointment nl the
pulpit which he has hald at that
place for the last fifteen years. A
good long time for one preacher to
preach at once place, Isn't it.
Mr. Will Creary and daughter, Miss


WAUSAU.

ft"l4 to The JeWnaL
Wauau, Fl., Oct. .-Mr. A. R.
Wells a buslis man of Chipley was
in town Mon y.
Mrs. !homr A. Seffrett of White
Oak was she ing here Monday.
Miss Alice arrell and sister little
Miss Ruth w shopping and visiting
here Monday.
Capt. McMi n of the valley was a
city visitor W nesday.
Jordan Tay of Pine Log was a
business calle Monday.
E. N. Everi Sr., of the Ev.ritt
Mill Co., was business caller rues-
day.
Farmers th h here are exercis-
ing fine juin marketing their
cotton. There In't been over six
bales bought in.t.he seed here this
year. Having it "aUglnnad and holding
for better prices..,
Mr. A. W. Payg of Pine Log spent
- 00 m 'l -m- towwr M U-...6
*with friends m d old aequalsntnees
Mrs. J. C.i Jobhs was s opping in
town Thurs&y. ,
Mrs. M. I. Pritchard of, Chipley
was in town Monday'" visiting friends
and relatlTei .
John J. Btrrow of Sexton was
mingling wit) friends here Friday.
Mrs W. D.lnqbh of near Gap Pond
was shopping tIn town Friday.
Mr. Henry lowen of Duncan was a
business called Friday.
Mr. P. L. 'lorne of Orange Hill
was here on Wfficial business Fri-
day.
Mr. R. E. Gok of Chipley wa's in
the city Monds.
Hello Panam tell R. L. to give
Nelson Wis pliform and stump two


The Journal' Dai/y Fashin Feature


jjO*ARI.


Th FRENaM MODEL HAT.
The smart lilue hat vRuroAte *69tt st yle fa
wear. and could be copied in&a -u i *Wsa-a,- as me
the costume. The model wms ia de white tfet, the
around. Encircling the largs emw* wa a bad of pIN
above was a narrower foi4 of 4dti coger brown.
ward the back. was a ctalur s4f il wVite umes.


treet or theatre
1aeerdauce with
roled up all
ck Uble velvet, and
t jh left side, to-


present his requisition was the more
surprised.
Will some kind friend send us some
citronella? I can write a better letter
If he will.
We are greatly pleased with the
treatment afforded us by Uncle Sam's
regulars. We are very green and ask
somw very childish questions, but the
regulars have been very patient with
ui. We appreciate this more than we


contributes more nutriment to
impoWIshed bad blood than
any a tie article of diet known
to men. Persons with rebellious
stamnah can eat it with a sense
of gein relish. n


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F. M. WILLIAMS,
Contractor and Sulkder.
Windmills, Pums, Road Grades,
Office, 204 BSmSt BldW PhoM 97M.


S. F. FULGHUMW
General Contracter and smuldr,
Pensaesla, Fla.


WICKE & CO., Thos. F. Wrigton,
PLUMRS. The Ow
PAINTERI I O PAPER HA
All kinds of bath tubs. gas; team lmao it. bS u er w'-
Bids furnisld e onany p as Jobs. N, 4-4W. II aa=. e a-

W. R. TAYLOR, Saunders Mill Co.,
will put a new gravel reef on 8 1 I. Gaes Mt., Phe 717.
buldin 0on shoft notie. H 0 '
ck Tar,~S s DOs, UMD anda4 0ol kds-
209a. GagVon. Phem SO Lrumem and eulMine


N. G. DANIEL,
CONTRACTOR AND UtLwDER.
EU1mate Fur Xmed MRest.
Phone. 11. Im**** Va.


C. Hf. TRE o
COmm CCAND PU
or" e ad Ginned.pboem"
Seth Tabs. Camma Mne"*e


Andre.on&Sswus, j


CONTRACYSNO SUKM.URS


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THE PURE FOOD STORE.


Early Fall
Delicacies


are coming in regularly. The
specials that arrive daily would
make the housekeeper's mouthn
water.
Among the latest good things
to eat to; which the pure food
store Is noted are:
Farwell & Rhine's gluten
four.
Dr. Johnson's "Educator"
Crackers.
Duret O!ive Oil.
Henry Clay Flour.
Nunnally'z Candy.
Chase & Sanborn's Teas and
Coffees in sealed tins.
We are exclusive agents for
most of the above, which are of
national refutation.




Sol Cahn& Co.

Agents Nunnally's
Candy.
Phones 480 and 178.


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S-Ja t' -J went to etta" on business
Slast Saturday evemalg.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bcyer are the
I proud parents of a young lady, who
arrived at their home last Saturday.
Sa a. Miss Mamie Parist, who has been
C U. iting her aunt, Mrs. W. R. Stilley,
"------- 'went home to Pensacola last Monday.
P Mr. T. D. yrns,. of Mobile, Ala.,
p. m .Jcame.over here last Sunday on a bust-
-ml e~nes ns isit.
re H move-as **| Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Linton went
Spksee A -SIP to Century, Fla onR business last
aM,"*. Monday.
ds ise e 2a 0 "4P &s mes MrWs. Bud Medlock. of Pensacola.,
Of .pk" J- m fON"=A who has for the last two weeks been
Sg -M 'V 4* d -o here attending her sick brother, Askar
~n w IlNAIK.NA1 MET C0.Ita us Gentry. returned home last lues.day.
-_____ Mr. Askar Gentry is now convales-
.. cent after a long spell of sickness.
,&Aplachicola where they will visit Mrs. G. R. Sanders went to Century
trends. Frem there they- wIO go to last Tuesday on business.
Eufaula, Ala, and then to Atlanta. Mrs. A. D. COtt, of MeDavid. Fla..
Mrs. Ducee accompanied them as far made a short busineas visit here last
.as Apalachicola. Tuesday.
Mrs. Ida Hammace, of Hammace,
Miss Allie Bostick of Mobile. and Ala.. who has for some time been
Mrs. T. J. Cleveland of uaylaqull, visiting her mother. Mrs. McClamie,
Ecuador, are the guests of Mrs. F. M. returned home last Tuesday.
Smith for a few weeks. Mrs. Cleve- Mrs. Will Douglas and children went
land visited here several years ago to' Fosbee, Ala, a a visit to her
ad as Miss Lillian Underwood was father, Mr. C. W. Taylor, last Wednes-
much admired, day.
S.-"-- .. > B. Mr. Robert Bomifay, of McDavid.
Mrs. J. M. Tarble. who has been Fla.. was a business visitor here Wed.
in Chicago for several months, where neday morning.
sie has been under the treatment of Mr. J. Myers, of Burkley county,
Dr. Oschner, for sprained aidkles, is south Carolina, was here last Wed-
expected to return to Pensacola the meaday in the Interest of the stove
latter portion of the week. Mrs. Tar- business.
ble has been much benefited by the
treatment. .._ Why James Lee Got Well.
TEverybody In Zaaesville, 0., knows
Mrs. W. J. Forbes,. will be hostess Mrs. Mary Lee. of rural route S. She
of the Tuesday Afternoon Euchre writes: "My husband. James Lee, firm-
club at its next meeting. At the ly believes he owes his life to the use
meeting Tuesday afternoon wilt Mrs. of Dr. King's New Discivery. H1i..
T. F. MeGourin af her pretty home. lungs were so severely affected that
Mrs. E. F. Bruce was awarded the consumption seemed inevitable. w.ien
first prize, a hand-painted vase 3 a" a friend recommended New Discovery
Miss Minnie Potter the consolation, a We tried it, and its use has restored
Japanese plate, him to perfect health." Dr. King'-.
New Discovery is the King of throat
NO CAKES EQUAL THOSE and lung remedies. For coughs and
made with Blue Ribbon, the Vanilla ol colds it has no equal. The first doae
quality. .Blue Ribbon Lemon is also gives relief. Try it! Sold under
of the highest quality aad purity, guarantee at all druggists. 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free.
/ie%-^-- -S 'SW> 11555g i


that's all he will get. R. 4L will get
the office.
Misses Mittie and Deany McKeith
In two charming young ladies of
Holmes Valley were shopping and
visiting in town Saturday.
James Mercer was a business call-
er Wednesday.
Uncle William Everitt was traas-
acting business here Wednesday.
Negroes registering in Escambia
County, Solialists in Walton and Pop
Crats in Washington look out for a
mix-up.
We are glad to ser Mr. C. P. Gilbert
out again.
Miss Blanche McMillan of the val-
ley is the guest of Mr.s. W. T. Home
this week.
We can't vote for a man that shakes
hands with negroes. We pity him.
Mr. C. I. Barfleld was a business
caller Tuesday.
Mr. W. A. Bryan one of Chipley's
strong democrats was in town Tues-
day.
Miltb Sketo of Holmes valley was
a bus-iness caller Saturday and at-
tended the WV. 0. W. which mot in
Large numbers here Saturday night.
Mr. 0. Rt. Smyth of the Sandy
Creek Land and Timber Co., w as a
business caller Tuesday.
Robt. W. Warren our amiable mail
contractor has been giving lie best
of service getting in from one half
to an hour ahead of time every day.
He covers the eight miles in less
than an hour.
Johnle Walsingham came in from
Oiltown this week, he reports times
good around' there.
We now get the Pensacola Journal
the same day of publication.
Uncle Bin has been off on official
businera all of this week, and we
have been looking for the Ropolist
every day, when rats are away the
mice will play.
Talk of tue carT going into Green
head in a Vte more days but talk is
coeap unlef handed out by a law-
yer.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wachob of
White Oak were pleasant callers
WVednesday.


r MILTON.

apacfial tftTh Journal.
Milton, Fla., Oct A.-Miss Bamma
Sample is visiting friends in Geor-
giana, Ala.
Mrs. J. A. Allison, of Pensacola,
spent a few days here visiting friends.
Mrs. John Robertson is having her
eyes treated by one of Pensacola's
specialists.
H. A. Brosnaham, of Quintette, was
a business caller here recently.
Mrs. Mary Blauchette and Mrs. Alto
Faulk returned to their home in Do-
than, Ala., after a two week's visit
here with Mrs. D. P. Johnston.
3Mrs. S. A. Murray and Mrs. Flor-
ence Clark. of Pensacoia, came up
yesterday to visit friends and rela-
tives.
Mrs. D. M. Henderson will move to
Pensacola for the winter, in order
that her ehildjen may attend school
in that city./Dr. A. H. Smith and
family will occupy her home when va-
cated.
Attorney Arthur MlcGeachy spent
y-tfardnay li mlliC a n hbaines. .1
Mr. William Stewart has entered-
Palmer College at DeFuniak.
Mrs. E. F. Johnson. accompanied
her daughter, Miss Maggie, to DeFun-
iak to enter her in Palmer College.
A small house on Kincheon street
was destroyed by fire last night. It
was occupied by Taylor Jernigan and
family. Loss fully covered by insur-
ance.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevenr-, who
left for Idaho several months ago,
have returned and will, it Is under-
stood" make their home in Millville.


NOTES OF THE I
SOLDIER BOYS *

Headquarters Camp Co. K., Deleuniak
Troop, Fort Pickens ,Fla.. Oct. 7.-It
you never camped out you don't know
what you're missing. We fellows
over here wouldn't have failed to con-
nect with this encampment for money.
There's only one drawback to the
entire outfit-the mosquitoes. They
are big enough and numerous enough
to draw back a whole lot. But as
they are big they are also elusive and
big enough to practice their elu3lve-
ness most effectually. Not a sufficient
number of them are as yet in captivity
for training purpose's and what we
had we have released because the
time we shall be here will be inade-
quate for a finished breaking to har-
ness.
Capt. W. W. Flournoy has not yet
joined his command. He in barsy in
tourt but will be with us in a day or
two.
Jast before the practice was called
on the large rifles the alarm sounded
for those who wanted shoulder pads
to call on the cook. It ks still an un-
decided question whether the culinary
artist or the first Tommy Atklns to


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BUILDERS AND BUILDING MATERIAL



Who they are and where they may be found. If


you are
Journal's


going to build anything, consult The
Building Diectory.


wiloln .am JUwR

Grows Hi
MWd we cm

PROVE IT!
ANDEINEisto tmLair uhwhetirimekshiso
to ad u rests t gtta
hetidme uta. & oaw
-urn- ohu o v


vety om '- to tim Lai. m a 6w woe&a
Uwwe Wllcmme nw heW Itopmallever tim
scalp. 'Us'eoi veLvy &d.m, hr'hot t'
a*her wimich two or tIe wo
hermillcient to miphom uwhstosr roww
),o desire.

AWbefrm I bega m n 0061000
would setowe~ tom
pIt to away below my bWe.
Amedbar froms Nevi N. J.
T I havTe" "also amoder~otmo iwuguh".
Wbea[ Sfb tat rted tOo me ItIibad XT 1 it
tie bITy. nOw I ?hSmtStI1m* S W WUIO.
o" m~telc hanym3one'wooM we"%*tobSYO.
NOW at all duIsAn twr
sixes 23C. 3 ca"d U."
per bottle
Daudevino mmjm wa &emer S,6e
my other pruig 1tmu8,Hd of=
or brund. end it boo a much geomer6 d.mu"
all of deliodor ler hirpupm h


=T bwbow qiky~b
CuB 93e free by votmued malto a "beh
Thh OtedSthis fupe esponto the
UP bd their -mand aid&*= s ift
in slier oc -aCt"W57petais.


can express and are trying to learn
and to show aur appreciation in this
way.
Slap! Missed him again.
One of our boys. Private Bonnie
Howard, of Glendale, was taken sick
Monday, but is again on duty.
We have our new conical tents-
comical tents, some of the boys call
them-and our new cots. This equip-
ment is much admired by the boys, as
it is far superior to the old style we
had.
Whew! And likewise ouch! You
big long legged rapscallon, if I ever
learn to train a mortar and track the
course, I shall get behind you and
the rest of the family. Now clear out.
Let's see, whure was I at? Oh yes-
Another one of our company was
taken to the hospital on Tuesday suf-
fering from chills and fever, Richard
Smith. We all want him back and
hope he will be with. us soon.
Tieut. Hope Cawthon makes a good
captain.
This camp is not exactly likened to
th biblical account of the GarWde os
Eden, nor are many of the lauebers of
this company angels-but we have
killed and banished three or four
snakes already this season.
Here comes another galllnlpper and
I am going to quit and ran away be-
fore he catches me. Will write again.
Both Agreed.
"Young man, I was told today that
you were the worst boy In the neigh.


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JTHM..PENBACxRA JlMrwATUH- THuICAlY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1906.


borhood."
"Gee! if I was a man and any one
talked that way about my little boy,
some one would get licked."
"Some one is going to get licked
now; take off your coat."-Hougst

Real Estate TraMsfer
Pemewheg -i a is t the real est
rammatlm receded womtord as fur-
aisa b the oasa Abstnmi Gs
L. M. Davis to D. Hale Wimon, $100
and other cones.-Lot 18 and 8 1-2 of
Lot 17. Block 8, West King Tract.
Mark McCurdy to Willlam MeCur-
dy, $1 and other coma.-10 acros in 8
E corner of N 1-2 of Lot 6 Sec. 4 Tp
SN BR 30 West.
W. M. Edwards to A. A. Fisher, $1
and other cons.-Lots 14 and 15 Block
193 New City and Lots 22 and 23 BIk
162 East Kig Tract Bel No.
Albert Lowell to Mary I. Knight, $1
and other coeS.-Lot 18 belong por-
tion of Lot Gonzalez Granat Sec 14
Tp 1 N R 30 West.
Mrs.. Frances Johnson to A. H.
Whorley, $150 and other good and
val cons--Lot 13 Block 18 West King
Tract
C. E. Merritt to Chas. W. Merritt,
$56 and assumption of s- t-th for
$1,000-Lots 22 and 23 Block 56 Bel-
mont Tract.

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Wt You Wat Someone Else May Have.


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What You Have Someone Else May Want.


SIs LooFing Por a' Home?.

No. M low"'""tiuai ill 00e-A On4w ewr.
ismThisiecoe nbe hadeneas ........$ .S
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dweaellg, ea bis Wuesn Govermetke ofaes w
sag s ol..e.ere ...d ............................................... .
gML akasted l -- 2" sod M PSart Ceyle
o ? or elan o Petd o By, with peutifulM
< w0" Noe, South le s f1th 0 1f MI8Mi, w ith eamw
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d"3. as Maed sr
T astAT- gm.aggM.$l 0
42"osmst do=w erable ldWng lets en NorthMill, aving a
oaSSf 1Mfoet south, by a depthL o f W Ufee% altead eo a
W be1 buidong e Tatragena stre nar man street, with
gum, foons, let S by 16o...................................0
MENTAL PPMPERTY OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT YOUR WANTS.
*IN ^.lt.NQB A SPUOCALTY. aA nWA&M IN ANV AMOUNTS
AT CURWTWW
Single O*I. or SOutee t Let LotIne E0e6nt Building.



IHOOTON & WATSON.
"THE RENTAL. AW FATS.*
LEADING REAL KGTATI. RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
~ *Sejt -paftSta'phone Nefs,5


my sx a m"l. furnished
Address C. I.
W~,nai~4ect
AWAtwMo-nodak deyewbph and Primt-
I I at jebmams.D -su. faotlm


am uTuas the areas ts no
mom Ut The- PallsianTa",
357-3 D rent BuOiding. 1l00

cam D Poeo abyexperced i
ynl eoloyed.3Can


mffi)-4*hbws se wearms to eci
'wrapaik. To it mand
y hsjw. ~esdady wAr- =4
di e. Fa W. Lawsn.-

Iw ''wft rew
WU W'etaWs-S Se pawO" st5clK
do ay Wa oelectf
n 655 r 1al0. 0
i WVAtrHB--Wooa d beat f for rusi n
40 tesrnmel nets. mtl ets a
800i must be* reassmble ames Di
ge Jeurams.
-lWAj Your criers fA* fresh m
api vegetable. Deliered n
3eet Marimof.

- A bawds of encond-a
rimg themn to us^ sup them
us write to as. COar
Aicaait sheets. Teleph
I- ia.S y.aMeDSM&ao. ft
Abuy tr Is lots in
~ ~ ~~* 6ia'Mibae~ lotsan OB Bst IN
Anrwa I "
c !&.THI> roy to know that
wat a toI get
& ourla s Want emu,
~*r~re~ thsm sand they is
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FOR RENT.
t sOR RENT-Four nice frnished room
firs tt floor. Complete Mr housekeep-
,L Good location. Splendid water.
T $i8. per month. Address P. 0.
"x ,DePunlak Springs, Fla. Soctlw*
iR RENT-A six-room house for rent.
atCam Walton. Address or see J. M.
SEcamta Hotel. .octlw*
r TOU HAVE anyth for ent why t
avertist it in these camansT vry
use is sare to see It.

Two warehouses with private sidetrack.
R T ach.
11 uth Palafox. upsftair, peal ream,
Uure Oadsden and 6th avenue. $10.
jsGs-SW outh TarraM 8t, $M.-
r Dw5Baen. 13.004L
4 West Cervantes, 910. 0.
llervflle. modern. $17.5.k
L & haman6. t 6,6.
inWCh raigh 17.6-

Tie Wft Main. $6.00.
13*1 W. Intendenca $3.0 0.
JOHN N. DAY
Sast Garde o t.

LOST.
&0fST-Large yellow cow, with some
white. Dehorned. Two cuts In right
a. BWranded "A." with mark. Suitable
reward for return to Nordstrom, 10M E.
imidencla St. Soct
LO)T-On East Hill car. lady's silk cape.
Return to this office for reward. Soct3t
E&)BT-From residence of W. A. Blount.
n bay shore. Small white better bitch.
Black ears. Some tan on muzzle, and
ta ticks on fore legs. Liberal reward for
eturn to W. A. Blouunt. Jr. Soctat
WOT-..Japanes" Bracelet of sandalwood
and silver. Reward for return to 1020
bat Jackson street. ,oct2t
LOT--One female pointer dog. color
white and black with blue speck. Close
M Reward of $5.0 for return to 100
Zarragoas street. Phone 536. 7octlw*

REWARD.
yr rotars of package taken from
fy stoa, corner Palafox and Govern-
mn"t tr0 t, by mistake. Saturday
evelat& Oct. r.
Tb epakage conUtined one pair of
3ac shoes with rubber heels one
do a silk handkerchiefs, and a piece
H. 0. ANSON.
XLOa -An Amber Back Comb. with thin
a .hand, either en Barcelona. Gregory
or Satmen streets. Reward it returned to
SWVest Crvrantes St. Soctlw*'


W P P TED DOGS. near poorhouse.
On wieth lter spots. very long
had an round leather collar.
M t aad has wart on top
Of abao taL. Reward for
rtUrn W. Wi_. Martin at AiMfmman
i a Sat aM an. lt e. 7Bt
gggaggg, ategademgek. Zimept


FOR SALE
FOR SALE--One or two 3-ft. box ball
b alleys, complete and in excel-
lent, tadt. Only in use ninety days.
Tenms cash or time payments. Address
B. B. Wentworth, Gen. Delivery, Pensa-
a"M, IL. Soct2we
JOR BALC-Good saddle pony and one
saddle. Cheap. Pon's stable, W In-
tendenla street. 7octlw*
FOR SBALI at a bargain, a lot 65x125
feet, with 4-room house, located at 504
. "0" street. Apply on premises.
octslw
UPRIGHT SMITH & BARNES Piano, al-
moet mw. 7.00 cab. CaI phone U53.
or 32 West Cerwatm St. oculw*
a&


FIOR SALEo-od surrey.


Also family
3octlw


PFOR SAL-Tlmbered lands in large or
small tracts. Southern Real Estate and
_ Investment Coe, 4 imtoAn. Ala. oct3tf
or LAUNCH.2% f15eet 44-iach beam, 7
-6 IL r. enagne. Speed about 10 miles per
t bow. Apply A.A. A Wrlghton, 6 W. Ro-
mans street. sept3Otf
aso. OR SALU-A fne 2-story house with an
is modern conveaienoes, on East Hill, one
0"6 block flro car Ite and on a corner fac-
im Ing south and east. Large lot, $3e.
t FOR SALB-Beautiful home on Bayou
Chico, the Improvenkats cost more
Ist than the sale prie& at $40M.
S A 6-room houseA a lots on East Hill,
at $1500.
6" A 5-room hoase and 3 lots on West Gar-
onr A room bouse corner lot, N. Spring
nv 9t. Close i. $2M
Dept A 5-room ho use and 3 lots on North
MWSrin.at$1 36N
Ru n finealot On the earner of Chase and
, DeVuW streets, at t=000.
ttf Cottage on W. Government St.. $1200.
the Cottage on Little Byou at $1600.
o- Some business roprty on Palafox,
pt Garden. Baylen and Intendenca Ss. Pri-
M. ces on reQuaLt.
SAlso some farms for sale.
JOHN N. "AY. 6 Bst Garden St.


BEAD. OOLLAXS-Itest novelty out;
to colors red white, blue and amber.
sent to ahy address on receipt of fifty
cet MO. 102S. P. 0. Box

200-ARPZNT PLACE. 7 miles from Pen-
saola, mile west of Olive station,
known a 7-mile a on old Jackson
road 0 acr- and tobacco land
fenced and crots-fenced with woven-wire
fence. balance partly cleared, partly tim-
ber. Fine oaks, oear, clfestnut and other
trees. Stream naming through; many
springs on place; also buggy, harness,
w agon and farmin tool 3 1-room houses.
I -toot stable, ith two rooms; 1 25-foot
barn and other outhouses. Suitable for
sanitarium, country club. factory, hotel
or stock farming. Price $3,000. For sale
or exchange for city property, improved
or unproved, In part payment, and the
balance In cash. For particulars, address
G. A. o Havas. P. 0. P. Box 603, or Fisher
Real Estate Agency. 17septlm
FOR BALM OR RINT-eabreese cottage
on Santa Rosa MOud, Good outbuild-
hans ad about 1 acres land. extending
from Ponaneaaa bay to Santa Rosa Sound.
Harry W. Gibba a27L. Palafox St.
12aug
FORg SAUM-econd-bana Kranich &
Bach Planmo: heap sad on easy terms.
Pbone 33. sept


A BEAUTIFUL HOME FOR SALE-No.
146 East Gadsden street. 2-story, 7-
room house, good condition, now rented,
for $2 per month. Can be bought for
$3S0S. Terms $0.00 per month. Has large
let. surreuaded hy beautiful shade trees.
Apply BLL. BClutter, at The Clutter Music
House. 19aug
POU SBALB-A large quantity of old
newspapers at five cents a bundle.
All clean and ready for use. Just the
thing, for wrapping or packing purposes.
FOR BALE-Pre. fresh olive oil. Just
roetlve. G. Moreas, & Ceo. 1M1 South
Pale store. Pbham s. L let


FOUND.
FOUND-A place to have ladles' hats re-
modeled asd renovatedL Satisfaction
guaranteed. Phone 1325. or call 400 N.
Davis street. 4oetlw*




LIVE STOCK
AND POULTRY


TO CATTLE OWNERS-I have a pure
bred Jersey bull for service. Rates $2
In advance. Roger Owsley. corner 9th
avenue aad 24th street, city. 2j
FOR SALE-Two good mules. Leslie E.
Brooks. 3,i-tlin
WHITE PEKIN DUCKS-For prices and
information white WV. S Myvrs. P. 0.
Box 7. Warrington. Fla. 29sept2w*
WANTED-Good much cow at once. Ap-
ply W. a. Oarld. 2ictt
WANTED-Tho public to know that we
have secured the receipt for compound-
tag the celebrated Nuna Chicken Food.
Well known a producer. Cheaper than
corn. B. B. Market. Phone 947. 20septm*
KILL the lice on your fowls or the li'.e!
will kil them. Conkey's Uce Liquid
Compound at F. 8. Mellea & Co.'s.

NOTICE TO PUBLIC.
Neither D. Flairloth or J. H. Harvell.
will be responsible for debts contracted
against the launch Mangrove.
D. FAIRCLOTH.
J. H. kARVELL.
Oct 'I. 1"oS.


Price $1550
That's all we are 0s9! tnr tilS-roo
boe a large lot on cor Am t
and 8th avenue. The house Is acreened
-and in every particular an attractive place
for the price.
Call and let us show you.

We have a customer who wants a house
fairly close In. either on Garden or Chase
streets, at about $1500.00.


L S. BROWN& 6CO.
Real Estate and lmutance Agfta.

OIoee Seco""d Fle


MONEY TO LOAN.
jP YOU WANT TO BORROW moone;
or if you would like to lend l me at af
good rate of interest 'odat s-
t', try The Journal's -nt W lm
It is the quickest, easiest and cbp-t
way.
WB have $,*O.WO tn gIaranteed. Ost"
class per cent mort e on etty rl
estate in any amount from $10.
You have worked for yo L mney, ow
It work for you. The Fisher .Real Bot
Amgncy, 29 So. Psiafox Seet. Ium.
Are you getting 9 per ca t. met nr
your money? If not. you aont get
t "oming to yo.w" we _qp bem t
oan mortgages on poved
Y.noth I Lesle 3. U2

WONYT LANED Oen n nd oa t aer-
somal Iperty on short aotice. y
tern urban lots sold on ea pay-
iost. J. B. raay 0.. S W. -: .im-.


MONEY OANED. e mam esate .and
pe ual r I the e ity P-t
w. Wme A M

BOARD AND ROOMS."
FOR RENT-Furnished room. py at
218 Intendencia St. Uoctrt*
FURNISHED ROOMS by the day, wek
or month. Apply w'...< N.-.Paafox St.
Sotlm*
TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS for
light housekeeping. Apply 614 E. Jack-
son street. Toctim*
POR RENT-Rooms suitable for light
housekeeping. Apply corner Cervantes
and Cordova streets. Phone 1457. 6octlm
ROOMS FURNISHED OR UNFUR-
nished, 102 N. Alcanis street, phone
1102. 2octlw*
FOR RENT-Two completely furnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping.
Use of gas. bath and phone. Aiply in
mornings. Phone 1225. 2octl0t*
TWO ROOMS COMPLETELY FUR-
nished for light housekeeping. Both
gas and phone. 301 W. Chase St.
._sopt2tf
BOARD AND tOOMS-Large house.,
pleasantly and centrally located. 319
Guillemarde St. 2eept
TWO UNi4URNISHEemsf loe 1m
good neighborhood. Apply 426 East
Zarragossa. limept
FOR RENT-Comfortable furnished rooms
with gas and bath. one block from Pala-
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. IeseptLm
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished
front room. southern and eastern ex-
posure. phone and bath. to desirable
party. North Hill. Private family. Ad-
dress Box 574. 15aug


Some Rare Bargains

2500-6 rooms, bath. gas, electricity,
sewer and all modern. North Hill,
one block from Palafox.
3500--9 rooms. Fast Gadsden street, be-
tween 8th and 9th avenues. Bath,
gas. electricity. $500 cash, balance,
9 per cent. This bouse cost over
$4000.00.
$100--5 rooms and hall, East DeSoto,
near 10th avenue. Lot 60x137%..
$100 cash, $20 month.
$2100-s rooms and hall, new. East Jack-
son street, between 11th and 12th
avenues. Terms easy.
You canr. buy a home cheaper now than
you will be able to later in the year.
$25,000 to lend in amounes from $100 up.
on improved real estate. *


LeslieI

REAL ESTA
43 So


E. Br ks Co.
(Incorporateo)
kTE AND INSURANCE.
uth PalafoxJtreet.


HOT
Old newspapers are use at an times
either tn the store or the home. The
Journal sells tle at i ceAntsper bundle
T11hey awl a. ril coeaient to
etrty. ar,
WINTER R FJ "Old Mill" Inn.
on bay shore. W minutes ride from city
on electric car line, *11i be open for the
Inn, Pensacmmola. Fla. Phone S. 2sept

XAOST-A goed opportunIty 1 rent or em-
change or sell what. yu have. unless
yo avertise U ai Tw, Japrna's wanat

EVERY HOTEL in west Florida and
South Alabama should cary a small ad
in this column. The-cost is only $1.50
per month for four lines or less.


WEST FLORIDA
WANT ADS.


APALACHICOLA.
FULLER HOTEL. Apalachicola. Oldest
established hotel in city; free baths,
beMt service. Rates $1.50 and $2.00. Spec-
al rates by week. 8. Jenktns. Prep. 15J


doy~u



a A -
walit


9 Are you lookingior a pony
for the little ones, Ir a pet dog,
or some nice pigeo)? Or may
be you would like sine chickens
to insure fresh els for your
breakfast.


No matter whicit is, if you
want any or all of these, there's
an easy way to gpthernm

Just turn to theoant page of
The Pensacola Jornal. There
are hundreds of *ple who are
daily advertising iThe Journal,
eager to sell whathey have, or
exchange it for Enething else
they need.

For instance: John Smith
must leave towrin a hurry.
He seeks a buyeror his h3rse,
or poultry, or do or cow, by
advertising in 4e Journal..
Evans Brown, wh4s going int
the dry goods bifiess needs
some ready cash ttart on. Hc
will sell his autosbile cheap.
or his summer cole at a sac-
rifice.

You can nevertealize the
profit these little Lily Want
Ads yield, nor- tl volume of
' business they resent tiAtil
,ou have earefull) ad and in
vestigated them. rt reading
Journal Want Ads ay. Profits
will accumulate q cly if you
are ay.-amatic an ad them
every day.


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w
won


HELP WANTED.
WANTED-A yard man capable of milk-
ing a cow and tending to furnace. L,
A. Ward. 7 E. Intendencia St. octstf
WANTED-A colored girl for general
housework. Must be neat Said not
afraid of work. Apply 700 West Garden
St. 7octat*
WANTED-Lady and gentleman can-
vassers to handle useful household arti-
cle. Good money; sells at sight. Apply
310 E. Government St. 4oct
UNCLE SAM wants Mail Carriers and
Postoffice Clerks. Examinations here
November 18. Examinations for Railway
Mail Clerk, Customs Clerks and Clerks at
Washington coming. $600 to $1600 yearly.
Common education sufficient. Prepara-
tion free. Write. Franklin Institute.
Rochester. N. Y. 6octlm*
WANTED-A good solicitor. Must be a
hu.tler. Nqne other need apply. Call
at once, between 12 and 2 o'clock. 102 N.
Alcaniz St., Cor. Chase. oct3t*
AGENTS WANTED in every section to
Write the best accident and health In-
Ssnrance in existence. $25 week easy
made. Write A. M. Steen, Jr.. Manager for
Florida, Palatka. Fla. 2oct2w*
WANTED-A carrier boy with a wheel.
Apply Circulation Department, Journal.
27sept
WANTED-Mlddle-agq. wnite woman to
do cooking and housework; position per-
manent to right party. Must give best of
reference. P. 4. Box 347, Marianna. Fla.
-- 22eptlm*
WANTED-A first-class horsesboer. Good
salary to right man. Apply or address
.1. E. Morgan. 1026 East Cervantes street,
'ity. 10septm*

EDUCATIONAL.
FULL CONSERVATORY COURSE, Nor-
mal method. Harmony, Theory, Peda-
gogi.-s. Students qualified for teaching.
'ertitvcate awarded. Phone 897. Madame
8. Eloise Hull. loctim
MISS MARGARET MACLAY will reopen
other Kindergarten at 316 W. Strong
htrett on Monday, October the 5th. Phone
T-'9. 27septlm
MR. WILI.IAM PACKHAM, Mus. Bac.,
Organist of Christ Church. Singing.
Piano, Theory. Lessons at Pupils' resT-
denees; also organ. P. 0. Address, Pen-
sacola, Fla. 16septlm*
PANO LESSONS-Miss Gertrude Fried-
man. Phone 272. 222 W. Cervantes St.
13sept
MRS. WILLIAM BESSEY, Conservatory
graduate, has had long and suc(tessful
experience in piano instruction; Is ready
to take advanced pupils in technique,
phrasing and Musical Interpretation. com-
bining Critical Music Study. History,
Composers and Their Works. Classes for
children will b.- opened on Kindergarten
plan. New and attractive method. 61i
East Gadsdeni. 12septlmn


Legal Advertaisements.
NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP DISSOLU-
TION.
Notice is hereby given that the co-part-
nership heretofore existing between Scar-
ritt Moreno and Ed. L. Anderson. under
the firm name of Pensacola Office Equip-
ment Company, has this day been dli-
solved by mutual consent. The business
will continue under the same firm name.
Ed. L. Anderson being the sole proprietor;
Mr. Moreno having retired from the firm.
All accounts due by the firm will be paid
by Ed. L. Anderson aind all money due
the firm is to be paid to him. This 28th
day of September, 1908.
SCARRITT MORENO,
ED. L. ANDERSON


octloaw4w
Notice is hereby given that on Monday,
the 9th day of Nevember, A. In. 1908. a-
plication will be made to the Governor
Of the State of Florida for letters patent
incorporating the Pensacola Mercantile
Company in accordance with the laws
of the State of Florida, under the fol-
lowing proposed charter:
The name of the corporation shall be
the Pensacola Mercantile Company. and
Its place of business shall be Pensacola,
Florida.
2.
The general nature of the business to
be transacted shall be the buying and
selling of general merchandise, dry goods,
shoes and notions; the buying, selling.
leasing and mortgaging of real estate and
personal property to be used in connection
with said business, and the doing of all
other things incidental to, necessary or
expedient for the purpose of conducting
said business.
2.
The amount of capital stock shall be
Five Thousnd Dollars ($5. W.00). t
be divided into fifty (50) shares of the
par value of One Hundred Dollarg
($100.00) each, to be paid for in cash.
The corporation shall exist for the
term of ninety-nine years.
6.
The business of the corporation shall
be conducted by a President. a Vice-
President, and a Secretary, who shall
also be Treasurer, and a Board of three
directors, to be elected at the regular an-
nual meeting of the conspany. to be hel4
on the second Wednesday in January of
each year. Until the first election, the
officers who are to conduct the business
of the company shall be: EI. FPried. Presi-
dent; Alex. Friedman, Vice-President;
Sam S. Lightman. Secretary and Treasu-
rer. and said E. Fried, Sam .. Lightman
and Alex. Friedman, the Board of Il-
rectors.
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which the corporation can
at any time subject itself is Ten Thou-
sand dollars ($10,000.00).
The names of the eulbserlbers are. .
Fried, of Cleveland. Ohio. who subseribel
forty-four shares of stock: Sam S. Light-
man. of Pensacola, Florida, who sub-
scribes for three shares of stock, and
Alex. Friedman. of Pensacola. Florida,
who subscribes for three shares of stock.
E. FRIED.
SAM S. LIGHTMAN,
ALEX. FRIEDMAN.
oct8oaw4w


NOTICE.
"THIS FOR THAT." For Applcation For PermIt to So6
Liquors, Wines and Seer.
LOST-Mo nev. time and patience by not Jh Whereas. C.ionstantine MI tell and
taking advantage of The Journal's John Tliomus hav%- fled witlih the Board g*(
Want A.is? They always bring results ounv ommis.idoners for Escamhls
And they ar, not expensive. uun. Florida itteir application foc
p.-i nit to .s.-'ll I.iqtuor,-. Whines an id Beer
FrCR SAI.-: 011 EXCHANGE-A good 5- i1 Kl E.tion lDistri t 13 at North Tarragons
n,-in h.lnis. with all modern convenien- tree-t. o)f Said County and State; any
I, .. '.7.-. in and close to three car line-p. citizen of siu(h electionn district may show
Wil! -. rni,i.- fur city property. John N. c-ause. if any th-re be. at the meeting el
lI'r-. l:as. Garden street. 25aug rt'- Hinar to 1-' held on Tuesday. th4
.. Third day of Novo -mb-r. next, why such
permit should not be granted.
ftTT T TAl -TT<2 ~AN.I'. M. M-MILIL.AN,.
a JMISCELLANEOUOS. Clerk of the Board of County Commismsal
---- *Trs. Esaniblhia C'ourmtv. Florkida,
J E' Y.VI'NOj will repair your umbrella. 1y C. G. HARTSFIELIJ,
Ml;ak it good afs new. Charges moder- o(t8oaw4w l'putiv Clerk.
:11". ..112 S. Tdrragona, between Garden
and R.-mana Sts. ...sept NOTICE
For Application For Permit to
NOT''K--1 will not he responsible for Liquors, Wines and Beer.
d-hts ,.,ntracted by Savine e e Poide- Whereas, Birmingham liquor Company,
vant or anyone< else. M. G. LePoldevant. has tiled with the Board of County Com-
24septlm* missioners for Escaumbla County. Florida,
their application for permit to sell liquors
A IL McLEOD & CO.. Salimakers-Can- wines and beer in Election District 13. A
va.s from 14-Inch to 96-inch, of all 117 E. Zarragossa street of said County
wepihts Large supply of Awning Goods, and State; any citizen of such election
Tr-nt,. "ts. hammocks. etc., always In district may show cause, if any there be.,
,-to, k. 8 South Palafox. Ibang at the meeting of the Board to be held 61
Tuesday. the Third day of NovemOr1
MPRCHANTS TRA. ERS CO.. Thor. B. next. why such permit should not
Thorsen. Prop.. soUicts all kinds of granted. .
minoving and hauling. Furniture packed ANGLS 31. McMILLAN.
r shiment. ur iture s tored. Office Clerk of the Board of County Conmmisslsa
phone 97S. Depot phone 704. l0jnett era, Escambla Countv. Florida.
YOU ARE JDGED by your printing. octoa It costs no more to have the best-.Hav*
It done at th Maye PrIttalg Co.. 24 W. NOTICE
Government. For Application For Permit to SoS
JNO. A. BRGO---Maser of saNLs. tents Liquors. Wines and Beer.
awnings. tarpaulins; dray eover. tn Whereas. J. R. Montgomery has filed
Carpentiners aPerfected Awaog. nly er witth the Board of County Commissleoner*
feet roler window awala A nad. 7 f- or Escamblia County. Florida his applI-
Jefferson street ^cation for permit tt. o-ll Liquors. Wines
-- an- d Beer in El-tion ristrlet 15. at corner
ireVillier and Government Mtr"ets. of said
Proposals for construction. Fort Bar- Cunftyv and State: pany citizen of s9=
r-n nT.. Fia Oct. 6. 1%08. Sesle-1 propos- e' .0- ". tri 'n' ife will hb< rv-elved h-r- until th"er br. at the mooeting of thoIBe o
1 ,i N;' N.. -:nh.r 6. l94R. for construe- to be he'd on Tuesday. the Thi" daya0
ltinz. I,,. ,,:-i e ind electric wiring fre- November. next, why "u'-h permit ahoi
!,an .;iiuart-e: at Fort Pickins. Fla. not be granted.
Plans and sp -ifications furnished upon ANGUS M. McMELLAK
depositt of 310.00 to insure return. Full 1 Clerk of the Board of County C
Sinformnation furnished upon application V.l .'rs. Escambla Copunty. FlsiG
tti 'inhiersgnd. A. L. Rhoad-s, Q. I. I Hv C. G. IIAltTSFIELD.
OctS-7-R-17-;-31 I artMoaw4w IAWJty aCAN


ADS


THE A, B, C OF INVESTMENT
is to buy where the property must increase in value.
and "Buy Where It is for the Interest of the Seller to Have That Property
Grow."
The first rule Is so plain that no argument is needed. The second of
these two rules--
Buy Where It is for the Inteest of the Seller to Have that Property
Grow. is worth most careful consideration.
The broad principle of Russel Sage's advice. "Young Man, Buy Real
Estate." will soon rank with Horace Greeley's aphorism-"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 Juy 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 month& 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 $500.00 each, since then. East Pensacola will do as well. The biggest
boom that ever occurred in the history of the world'. will within the next
few years take place in Real Estate, and mark these word. East Pensacola
will be a record breaker.
No lota sold to undesirable parties. We shall have some interesting
thigs to say from time to time, but the most interesting of all- is this--
Don't Walt. Get in before the 260 lots are sold.

The Pensacola Investment Co.,
1 North Palafox St.


FoPer a large 2-stery dwelling
house and store combined, en the
northeast corner of Maxent and.
Governi cnt streets, on two lots.
This is an ideal location for a
store.
Terms, $W.00 down andl L0.00 a
month.


Call and see our list

of property.

-DWELLINGS FOR RENT.
WEST SfIDEl EAST SIDE.
212 W. WrIaht St. ...........LC3v.00 11 E Crvntee t......12
1800 N. Pala ex St. ..........$IA.0t0 *S ......$12.0
906 N. Reua St...............$12.0 CEr 13th Ave. and 10th St. ...81400
724 W. Zarraogesa ...... $10.00 Vor. 15th Ave. and 14th St. ...$2LOO
207 N. Reus t. .............$1500 No. 308 E. Intendencl ..Maa
Large 10-room house at Fisher- .....
ville, with electric bath, hot STORES.
and cold water: can e rented fur-
nished or unfurnished; 2 servant DeLuna St. ...................M00
houses In yard; 2 blocks from car 309 E. Intendencla ............ S00O
line. 106 South Tarragona........$10.00
BOARDING HOUES South Tarragna ........$o1.
National Hotoel S rooms 0 12Q South Tar agona ......... 12.00
300 E. Wright St. .......... 13 W na ... ........ 3
21M 8. De'vllers St .......... 10.5 Store near Palafox.
Cor. Romana and Palafox Sts.. two voices upetalrs.

An Investment.
We have for sale at a sacrifice to right party, a large sash, deer and blind
factory and planing mll, situated at Bagdad. and Pensacela. Fla. This plant
Is up-to-date in every way and can be pouhased ean very rpassnable terms.


-THE fISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
**THE RENT rCTORSI"
REAL EST(TEL RENS and' LOANS
206 S. Pelafe St. PtrMOn O Ponsmool. F ieide


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$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 $1100

Jno. W. Block, Jr,
PHONE 608
Rooms 304-306 Thlesen Building


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r-E PE.NSACOIA JOURHNAl THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1908.


WE E KM Abreast With th

HELD IEETIEB The inverted gas lamp is the mo
men of daylight-like illumrHiato~o. I
Located New e Hydrants steady and brilliant, yet soft, light an
and Bought Much too. Costs but $150 to install on yo


SChairman Oliver preied and wom PENSACOLA GAS
40 Melirs. Radciff, Schad, Dally and An-
I ".were present at a special meet- Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Ga
tooiW -Sr Ju^ ing of the Board of Public Safety held ___ ____
In the city clerk's office yesterday at-
Tr Ste-noon .n. .
The board decided upon tie follow. We m anio adeafla>ftt W- -
Ing -extensions to the water works wereadbs and *I dims__.
Se \ system: edute dtoat liver, should
DeSoto and 10th avenue to 14th ave- aotltfrcoin with
Sne, 1,0 feet. -el and otherdrug 1880 *
*-X" and Zarragssa to R" 4,M00 M QUCLYCU S
o. o Our Ability to
-"F"' and Belmont. north on "C.f i : a
H r J -CThirty-one steamer hydrants will ~e biniM h bebst lveroorresavel
probable locations. This list may be Danly ad nmyeln f a@oid oth es P ub
S revised by the board: I m. I .mOn t to ay"
NohM and Palaton. Zarragossa and FuBkTM." -r
SPalafox Government and Palafox, In- pgCE SOc. Is but the natural result of age
tendencia and Palafox Romana and grwth. An honorable career of mo
o an d Palafox, Gr lry and Palaox. mw U eight years has won for The First
SwrItt and palafox, Zarraossa and ST. name we shall always try to maintain
Jeferuon, Government and Jefferson. se.,
^ . ". l Wright and Tanoonna. Wright and liable.
i -Inteadena and Ce vailo. Government sea i 111 11111 I Capital $300.000.
and Alcanz. orerunent and Bar- ASurplus and undivided profits, $
celona, Government and DeVilliers, A.hareholder liailit $300,000
________________________________________^_______ n ~vl Wrightnd Apathtcary and
___________.....__... .__,__..... __ ru, 9t, hGarden and. Coyle Jackson and 10h, e na _ue,. Sdlbt 3 0
:--.'" "" Coyle, Cervantes and DeVilliers, De- _ _ _ _ _ o_ ._'
llanto MrT b. ases 733, ert i Soto and Spring, DeSoto and Palafox,
cabellno to ix M. Robison. Tr I Alcaniz and Garden, Garden and
SNeptua Port k. Arrojalx n lrnltt Spring. Chase between Alcaniz and
M. wtabBmsu Rix RECIL 1IH OLU Tarragonna. Gregory between Ceval-
o awtba. Nor Johason, 1406, lo and Alcaniz, Zarragossa and Bar- L biu AYOI
IAverpl to master racks, Hayne and Brainard. 14th ave- a d to TM Papt PF Sal o Pna Foia
I I [ -MIi MMii Maria, al Wk, Lauro, 518, Ft Je I r i nue and 14th street, Gadsden and 14th Of Pensacola, Florida
if e" ^ Prace to W. I Wittich & Co. i H I avenue. NA,1
Brrindale. Rua bk, Erickaen. I The dbmmittee appointed to select Designated Depository of the U
111, Pt. a to master a location for a ewtrck house was W. H. Kw P W. V
Z Ital bk erita MaMsa 9162, Ge- *... granted further time to'report. T S t w. Ar't. Caawer. W. N. R.be, la-
Jis ma toe"Wo-- l,__fam Inber Co. The board authorized tkm purchase Dir t Cremt. WA. Mte. W Kaeles
Nor bk Wester -. Meair, Tho Nor b of 2,000 feet of hose for use In the .a. wA. n Hr.
J. ea1 I,Sw. .- Ayresa to J. A.0fire department. Ii I.i _P
Sal. Bg-aM. Massa, 127. Va- __l_ -_y s Ezt mts Vostn oOsF
~n d eA- lu. luJ. Orders Issued to Officers in .l... PROFESSIONAL.
S. *k Su 14N9, Oxkava, 1to 14. tt_ S iT W PAT M
S.-PeAlofPg i. J. sereyer. Service by Depart- T. G. YATES, M. D. A A
S 'hyAm*. 72,ll Optica.
o--.M"rphy Am ch, 17, m.t.. tmatr410 Blount Building.
--' ----" t E a-u m Avice. 1 .l I l UlU, f. rI I ig- "USS,, a SS I or woman or husband or father earn
,wr.at of lect. a osBittersa.% agenera:l" to fi e C the united State Na.y:-- I DR. J. B. TILLER, nomy, and be paid for saving.
anm -#",** family remedy, for headache, bilous- Read .Admiral-E. K. Moore com- DENTIST. If you are not familiar with the
Abe.: i....-0c anowi aad tafrpor of the lver and bowels mission announced. d|| lILL I |
s so _HS A'In preonouaed that I am prompted Commander-R. L. Russell co- 10 untour Savings Department, come in an
*,,- I iW ,. mh 9ws to y,a -word .f-.its favor, for the Bission announced. 0 u it t you.
bemnet of those saekiag relief from Lieutenants-B. Y. Rhodes ordered C TTRELL.
L L-m, .J .s___ uch aflictions. There is more health to the Wyoming; C. W. Deuamore Two Brothei-s Resist Oicer, rINE PHOTORAPHS. We pay 4 per cent. interest, coI
S .m., *-ptfor the digestive organs in a bottle detached the Marietta and ordered D t eMa. ra. terly.
'. 1 S Sl reledy I aw of." Sold under guar. tacked the Wabash and ordered to the
a tee at aff druggists, Maetta a n eginr Sadlry uvr SOUTHERN BRICK CO. AM ERICAN NATION
*ftp ,-WL ._,. withe Navajo; F. W. O8bur toteached ....i"., ,..
M _M4 I nr ire-the mMilwaukee and ordered t-' thae Manuctur PA RM .
w bsia m wml leave i Wyoming.IBy As sciater n BUILDING AND P E BRICK. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
u IJi 4I U/ IIIl|. hElisigns--] P. Treadwell detached Na&aville, Tenh.. Oct. 7.-In an at- office 412 Thln Fil Bding
AF ts b_ i * I the Paducah and ordered to the Cel- tempt to ascape after being arrested Ph1*0**i n _Paneesl a. PFla
V a i- SU hip Ave., Capt. AM- -- tic: W. Drake detached New York about 1:30 o'clock -this morning, Lu- .
to g -p tow M --v Ti yard and ordered to Boston yard for pile Ferris was shot and Instantly
J ip"0m1mr.1 Mi~bl ill leIn to i |, duty in connection with post graduate killed by Sergeant George Smith. The Florid and Alabamna
S. I l course of instruction in naval archi- brother of the dead man was danger- LAND COMPANY
i e -. e e.Ar Robert t. IL- il lecture at the Massachusetts lasti- ously wounded, and Sergeant Smith P n aCOla I K 1
S._____ tute of Technology. himself was badly beaten about the OS S i,
i:" 1 M Ipnrl|l|| -_.1~ r ----- Midshipmen---. Campbell resigna- head.' The tragedy took place almost LUMBER. SAW -cYpNEas SHIN- ~--^pt s0IN
l WHy aanu toi* She Passed. Away Yesterda- tion accepted; J.-W. Iewwis Ordered directly in front of the fire hall ad- GLES AND KILN-DR D SAP.
t ......Sh e.... "ed-Aw a.y Yen sterdO ,, IC'-"jay to t e Lawrence; J. D. Smth- detaoc.J joining the police station. '
SThe ItoUsa aitk Climbria ha fin-. ed the Albany and ordered to the.a- The Ferris brothers were arrestedT. A. JENNINs, C
tafad t _rgo at therailroad Afternoon and Will Be vajo: G. E. Brandt ordered to the on the public spuare by Sergeant KNOWXLES BROS. Prel*w-. Vim
deeds W se moved to the Eagle; E. D. McCormick an" C. T. Smith and were being taken to the
S *U'W . Buried' To-Day. Osburn ordered to the Castlne. police station by him. Both. the Insurance OIRECTOR.
[. ...h *-....... Da xPassed Assistant Burgeou--. E. brothers were drunk and Hubbard Fer- FIRE, LIFL ACCOIDNT. MARINE. F. 3rawr.- MU.. Re. J.
Te tIrtl A stepmship .. O. rt ----S Portr deatched Washinlgton,. D. D., ris carried a heavy stick. As tiey, General Agents F- 3raw.
ae 4W|T to yqmrtay after at W.illiam. a reidn of yard ahd orderd Navy recruitt were about to enter the police pta- The Equitable e'e". 2L LIg -. L .w w.
... ~..~_~a teo r r died yesterday afternoon after a lin- tached recruiting .'station. ero(4t, another d-n step." I6-W rment 5Ml., SMecond Flea. T. A. Jee.ins, rfe,
yiou.w.,uT t St. -----id Illness at the home of her Michigan and ordered to the Cditlii; Both the prisoners attempted to run
....a........... sauwhde .... dt L -----ev E. W Brow tached Naval Ho- and Hubbard Ferria struck viciously
a t *t for Mo-le. --h'uM s.- -n L eeuey ta 1 Norfolk and grated Aree at Sergeant Smith with the large Notice tO Water Consumers. WE DO A GENERAL BL KING
,t T -g I.. and. MaI sa-S. Jbon .. .a.t. ie .. months sick la.e- LI W. Jamoa and stick he carried. Lucien Ferris broke \Vater rents due Oct. 1st, BUSINESS.
S-- 0,Li V# LS IN The rT. aae4 was a i.^C n a'ive Lf M. Schmidt. and TI P. 8ippen eo-- away and ran only a few steps
LA land, h avin een, bon n -,u in e'odered to dauty" in attendance O coarse when he fell, shot though the heart if paid oil or before Oct. 10,
-A -te. o ...... ..a. I- 1 -5 and -an... oe tsou ht of nstruction at ,Daval Meieal In the meantime Sergeant Waddell, a discount of 5 per cent. will
Oito to Gnl.fl[ Siasi o. catlg at ew Orlea, S.he n .ed.h t School Washington. D C. on duty at the desk within the sta- discount ot 5 per cent will i
:f p ,Vinent t J.1 A. Merritt & Co. she came to Pensacla about twenty Williamsonr. Jr.. W. D, Sharp, O. Ferris and Sergeant Smith in the df- Oct. 31st, service will be shut-'
, ^.s, Rppon, I, Car- years ago. h is survived by two Helnicks J. M. Hancock. B. Mayer. flcuity. the sergeant blinded by blood S GI NA T I
J: ^iSr u eSeyer. d s. E. Collins. 3. H. Gnnell. C. 5. and attempting to sjuoot Hibbard Fer- Off and a penalty of $1 00 E.
t e0r as, eans Ca30 dt- making her home, two v-adlh Dl R.W TIIE CwIoa tneNS NATIOg
te sto^tS Shep t..s.. .....e the family D D. Stadley. T. J. Bright a D. he. dad charged for turning on again. Bihan hed
TTranrsilt C residence Xt 3:15 this afternoon for nouncmg Hubbard Ferris. who had already been A gWeral Sau .Mtg Setes .E SAO* a Sa
r l ls, Prentice, 2248. Ha. t Michae's chach, wher Pe the uner- Assistant aymasters-M. shot through the hip. started to run. CREW NOTICE.
n A. Br Cody terment wi int Aael' brick odeed to duty as p~*ter but on command of Sergeant Waddell J nerthAen nptanth ---
*q3.Br CoeteastyJ. A Merrtt & Co cemetery oof the ^Castise. .and at the point of a pistol, he man bark Bellas. will be re- CorneretbMe Sacltd. R.
t. ta'. A. Merrt Co..----.. ce.met.ery. Boatswai--. Davis ordered to the stopped and was taken into the sta- .ponsible for debts contract-
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EgWW6- ,, -,...-. ., l M- Wycming. tOn. Hubbard" Ferris will recover. b y t e cre. w or sai vesse-.
vest to 4lfRTraNsit Co. Dr. Clarence Hutbinson. C .t Machinists-H. .. l.
I Warrant 11%laidon. Hub w 11 recover ux. M. ROBNao N C apta-in.
Neateer WBr as,' Taycor, 333, GI- has returned to establish practice. ordered to the Wyoming: F. Riser or- RUNAWAY HORSE ..B nx&ne...
b .a ..a to Pnassaola Lmber Co. Ofice D'VAlpmberte Building. Hours dered to Puget sound yard .O P A TR E NOiE. Present meseet cashier.
*t Vicra. SteSheLs. 204, Ha* 11 a. m. to 1 pI. .m. or by appointment, ONPA AFOXSTReheEET e he tan, wner
hi s. street, ph 449.- BRAVE _FFICEi A horsehitched o a b y and ste. wi be rWpo-at
aihallas Nor skip. Backer, 1632. Mhkir21 DEATH owned by Taor. B. Thorsen ran away s fo debts contracted by
to order. Pper-The vra pest m I never yeeay afternoon and ran south on the w of saidve .
Ial ship Aven. Avegno, 1477, heard whatever was doun at Jamis Jersey Crty Policeman Rescmes A Palafox street at a rapid pace. When RIPtain.
BWeas Ayres to oasaco Bros. MacLachlan's. There was ftrteen o Woethn FromI Fise, Su Leaems the corner of Palafox and Inteaden- GER. AMIRICAN LLMBER CO.,
Sqim us pipers- In the we back parlor, all Own L1a. cia streets was reached the buggy GAITe
tllab. Ge. b,. Billes. 851, Us- playing' difrent ,ehunes. I thoeht 1 k:ecked down one of the shed pos -... CAPITAL =-Mm. IuJPW AND UNDIVIDBI
%mg t U MX *Mason. was osatin' la beaven.-PUnch. New AYork. Oct .- re __ lIn front of Sol Caha's store, de- " . To
aNew Yorkd Oct. o .-Afte rfrcmAg maUlisg one of the froneat wheels
house, Policenman Nicholas Nester, Oie of the wheels passed over Thor- A. ---aA ,. 8 3'. m.
|il din agaa I3& t3 ds byhin sexs arm when he caught hold of thei A rm
Firemen found his body foea hur s an e to tp te n Attt
uB I3 afterwi in-an unburned rt the n P ACoLA tOTTON A Ey
s o m house. A Leap Year Hint: Jack-ore for for The by ks & Gayle, F. BAk
.". After turning in the aar =tr tam tuae teller said I would marry a B.. cotton mnercthants. Pensaco.a. FUaI: J
s_ er t~t itd ,ISIfire which had discovered e -the blopde. Good.. ad ......................... % MAAU.AC Q %
E ad=soof celar o a use on Ocean Bellse-Did shesay how soon?. '^kt"..... .... _.
e -rti tha d as th1a a ofe ft 1 teO. T lugs inmates and ran toward the tmt BSelle (coyly)-I4can eaily be a aI-
Si iad to trn in a secd ala b e'in that time. Jack-Boton Oct. following
tI"an hua I 'e-sI Mrs. Witttaeber. old aMd Wtbe Ned- ................. ........... s ..
tea fought his way to her uo ;wboes I -.......... ................................. 5o
Cow rw ~t&&e&iae was- help y groping.................................. .o
-'aesgi ea maiom exit. Ta-ing her la his a.rm. c.Pette mm Co. --- .... .......4-4-o-.-4
hilimm lot a --waftnof tai eos- -ried her through the blsm u .'::::::......::......:.......3
G I "* abart, skiO 1 smcte -to the sidewalk adt rstwa smvh oecu *Se M fees"a t .Ie U ;..... -- -to3.72
thei-gplto the building. aet Rema"e a.2 4to:
and any ions and it was only after tB ..a any t.euemelee I D ---- -------- --................- 2 to 2 Z,-s%
BArn ,Mng had cooled asuciently for1 *til_ q -, -. t cents.5 .. W w
.. ... ..a -- -- - nation tkat his body wass fiat"., 1. Q PETTEIaoN &c. G&rie N IriesW sear


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SNEW YORK WINS Tschool.ttr FOR
:K1 Rn fA- The ample, 5-toedI GIST FO
.sine With of MEYER SHOZS Wts hiss

li-e- .5 a --- he forgets that he his feet. E 0 1
S fNew't grow the fnal T [LE
g- -t t j -:-la A s tthe Tight, wrong-shaped shoes
___- ,_,_ _ _t as s -a *msii. the m ew stop the circulation, prevent
v^ ^ MA. ag. aneroon ver freedom of movemnt, thus Office of Registration Officer
01% t1101 1 b freedom of movemintt, thus
oP=I-A O-USE .t S.leadrs which- making youthful minds dull Has Been Crowded For*
-a caso r .p seo viLould arv and joyless. Maqy a pupil -
110 M s-QM Over cu1MIP tOR-Hw WQsks havc Many Days.
J; ..r-- s..-. 5 a u .tarrn6sed se- only needs a change to
3. rTe a emne_, am wwer .Meyer Shoes. The ounce of
Su e- wmost o prevention for foot of REPUBLICANS WILL PROBABLY

VOnK u D MS te oe 3ea vYor 10- mature yIars. POLL A HEAVY VOTE, PRO
.-- scoon *.-at o s arnf t en Insist on getting Meyer
AM 11- .lMt -ts weas -"Bgre -n e t" pyeper Shoes. THE POLLS REGISTRATION
S rthef te Mwa mcormicks pheuom- BOOKS CLOSE SATURDAY.
N ew vl one* a bondatab <'- long fly which -
be he y d hr rae iag far out over the 1 the r o Zsca- i&
S ee. MEYERthe republicans of
.......L... ..S T. .... ... .......... 60 0 2 sE C-N t UU n ..ty do not poll the largest vote

-Vednrk. Amos andotesntanotded and med do not go to the polls to vote, or
a. .1116 m.R SU-LTS -else do not vote atter they get a bal
Washlngton 1, New Tork. 0.11In Since the registration books were
sVAUfIr.st opened many negroes have called and
L me Orphemn Theatre wslngt a New ork., see- Why waste coal in reneed during tbpast t
Boston 10. Phlladelphia 1'first. ,l Goss has been crowded with th=m
p im- warp M sto 6, l eBalphla 5, second, cco po equip almost every hour of theday.As a
DMX E AND DANM0 0nnass ment? result indreds have registered, ad
sa i R sh mstltrIf they pay their poll'taxes they Will
in i nON Itnew Yor 7. 81stn 702. be qualified to vote in the coming
gr4im. M general election. Many of them have
'"U .iI AND -La General Electric motors already paid their pll taxes, d it
Harvard is .ieS, o. will do all your work herd eretoore q fed wi be
w-- Pr.-tet 2" 1, StevIs 0.rey to vote on Novesuer 3.
m N&YI 31X St. Johns 0. a k bill The registration i the cou-
"- --- -and maeal your bis try precincts have .and tese
WAGNER LEADS into one.-Power. i the city a to Saturday.
1.M THE LEAGUE tArffs Uuu al Jdi n b the
w ye*IrkOt Wa.-BnmW-_er. mt rega"e. sily wI hir N&
t po *iY t b et.b.has carried off te batting
&1Sa ,t1, wet b honors gailn In the National Ltague tention to the ecomi-
L ^this yar This Ia th. third year In 41
n p" et h oana =has led the cal generate of power. AMU MRW TS
inU laI eftr*a&l g s aggla httting. He took pa.-. c a
aa*g se a4 s ad cloted the ballU so _`4--,,
h due tahe secured a percentage ot -Salone'el t chh eam * O p.r. Meue.
i -:*:+. .... -rn sthWe can sell it-ceapersa 'at t e House
.Mike Doull captain of the Giants, The largest audience of the present
-who tried bardC to suplt Wagner am than you can generateit. nt o the ayton sisters was
se-, "e his pe dentage at present be- ranted-over biblical4 da- of whivlh
"uM .3MT, altbeigh he has one more Here's a for much, so the advamW men advertise
sO .s te a one more Here's a thought for you a1o h adv
wb .to aet, his aver o has -been bh .eo ed. Good!
ae man d te Piladelphia cluab. Is thlr be in the nature of.Lwant of afew
I "i "k thdist. wt ha .percentage of .309. isloud spoken aeWpmr-tt always
1nOUIra Thkon t uMty catcher omana' to make 1, portion of,
the D ieittg leads the merihcan E tric large audience. i.
te De leads the Americ ThePayton company In last night's
WI p Inhttsngoatm "y" Cobb, of he production, surpassed all previous ef-
we a em c oub, Is oM. d with .326. Hemp- forts, and the werk of- J. Rufus HUI.
W m ab l Isome l laIn g o the Hgh d .326. Hemp- r l.O .Ay as Heomd, Beuai GyM as the wife,
^ d*J_,_i, wi thI th*1Ue ibs ern Atgte Ht tind was ot a high i order of dramatic
lu i C.ar? 4. eel. Is second, .wh Makers of Light and Power. merit.
T. T m kly players hae-ne MaiS W. w talome herself was a. her best" in
Mry wthi year w hitting whuie seven ve-, while alo g tam eoines in-
87. pls -erow with e *i e Te~leesM U W. tended was neverthel mie a truly men-
es s wof .244. Bureh Is see- torious piece of work
o"" bit .a6 B5While MeMllhM a is third ,______________ ___"___________
qnC.,hh-26*t leMcil 'aw Albert Rissell, as Jobn the Baptist.
-. ,_ ........ was in excellent voice and his car-
Nk MiCC lam. Orw 8"AT GAMFEq rage, make-up and general work left
could arrange are October 29 and 30. nothing to be wished.
I I -, i IN NEWARK Secretary Bancroft wrote that he will A return engagement announcement
Sdoe be able to arrive in Tampa for thee is welcomed.
9S90ela 1 TW JournmaL games. -
SNewaruk, N. J., Oct. 7.-Devotes of The Reds are going to Cuba for a At the Star.
Uskat, thiNe plal card game of the two week's tour, during which they The Star theatre is being well
S 1ermana,. are gathering today for a will play the Cuban Giants a series patronized this week. It shows noth-
Sr ... j itseed-4ay tournament under the aus- of games. They will also stop over Ing but the latest life motion pic-
Th ql E rg LiUfnt DOes of the New York and New Jer- in Key. West for a series. Before tures with music and effects and lI-
NO ir" e, aullJ sey Skat Lea ue. Cities in New Jer- reaching Tampa they will play In Jack- lustrated songs. Little Miss ]uby
sey, New York, Pennsylvania, Mary- sonvile, where Dominick Mullaney.will Wilkerson is tCe hit of the afternoon
ohm it,- land an4 other states are represented. assemble a strong team to meet them. In the illustrated songs and Mr. Fred
'* Hundreds of dollars in money prize, Manager Woodward win recruit the Evans at night.
P hPo le "i U will N iatribate locals to full strength. On Saturday afternoon Miss Ruby
will give a little performance of sing-
CINCINNATI TO MAX BRENTON ng and dancing from 2 p. m. until
MAX BRENTONP5 p. m., especially for the ladies and
PLAY IN TAMPA COMING AGAIN children. Life motion pictures will
sTi_ also be shown.
"-- M--In r.. 1. e Tampa Tribume says: Manager Haveloeck, I., Oct. 7, 1i08. .
Dr. Mallory Keu ey b. ML Woodward, of the Tampa base- ct A Box of Monkey.
ball tem, received a letter from Se Sporting Editor Journal, Penasola, A romantic two-act farce will be
has returned to the city and re'ilne rotary CBnk Bancroft, of the Clncin- F" presented next Wednesday, the 14th
his regular practice. Of In ts o tl Whall teaR of the National Dear Sir: As I am contemplattug at the Star theatre. This clever lit-
hlMga- --rs 9:- to -12 sad 3 to leag terday accepting his propo- another trip south and as i expect to tie play which teems with spirit and
s I1 *side fa r two games of ball with the make Pensacola my headquare fun, will be presented by local talent
S l W. local team here on October 29 and 30. makegan on this trip, while in lorida under the direction .r Miss Ogla
.. 1._ -- __..__. Tahe eglna!a proposition of Secre I drop you these few lies in the form White. of the White School of Ex-
_L-Jtary Ba.eroft was for games ott Sat- of a challenge to any and all light- presslon and Dramatic art.
E E OCT ig word ard uwndayhi but Manager weigh wrestlers. There will be a performance in the
.W. ^ oodward termed him that there is You remember I told you last sm- afternoon .or the benefit of the women
A. A. lCOTTNa mRT. a state w agalast Sunday baseball me that I ad won from the Ameri- and children wao may not be able to
fSSS me of a o a FIoria, and that the only dates he champion. Well, shortly after y get out aftpr dark, and several dur-
Octher 8. at 7:3 o'clock. Wo __ .........return north I repeated the trick, and Ing the evening. "
Sec Y. a vanll nnM'T Ahmion oAer'iaand a' me CALHOUN & BLOUNT
than willing to give any man, who ca'n AT THEBIJOU
oW WI3R VETERAN FIREMEN make 133 pounds, a chance at the
otr V etevn. -- e- en c, TC $SUFFER title. An excellent bill is crowding that
iear eet a ngtFromt effer.f a weak stomach. hope some local man wll ee tt comfortable, cozy Bijou Theatre this
............O..... orUeed r hOraetvo kidneys if y to get in condition to meet me on thl week. Chas. LaSale's success and'
Iall the nrst FrirMay ia each math. w oni adet the. pla of thousands of mat as soon as I arrive. popularity is ever increasing and his i
J .N. ANDR ,WS other whs have bees beneatted during My wife and I will start sout', new song, with beautiful pictures
a DANIWS. President. the pMs yu a r and thatr 1-take about the first of November. With "Sunshine." is a hit in every sense
Secretary. MA4 ** amm kind regards to yourself and my of the word. I


00- ITK OF RUwKAW e many Pensacola friends, I remain, Billy Browning. in monologue and
.1.. 1 _am. o o Stomamh Bitters Truly yours. songs, opens the program in good vau-
at 0. V a at "_ It 11bS dat MAX BIt will dodeville style.
ob-aftai tlo beW l:n is< 5 ? MeofHt t Mache, Champion Lightweight Wrestler e Calhoun and Blount, with their run-
Nc AoN.. O lig C0.tiv Dy- America. ning ire comment and artistic clog
FeOLLY Verl. Try ft t5-" c ampaignO&, and piano stunt, are as good as hav 8
mM r.bby M hfas Trf pday. Campaign been seen here this season. Some ex-
t -- -I_-"Sim Flabbyspine has flopped age collent moving pictures close the bill,
"'You don't say!" exclaimed the movingpcloset bill.
country chairman. "Tm going to tell which should make this week's at-
headquarters to throw him out ofthe tendance a record-breaker.
m IT.1 card index. His pesky card alon a
l Be Surprsed would keep one man 1 y.--Kans"
Men W iUSCity Journal. BEULAH. Sn
........ _-
At the exeptional values I am offering at both Special to .The Journal. Q
stOs mn Fall suits. For $15 and $18 there s an ex- Beuia. Ia. Oct. .-Fine weather M
Srana u wadenms c-nThe change again, but many are complaining be- b
cause it Is too dry again. Wet or
n y saitable for immnes. wear d i vlet in from coffee we are never satised with con-
I I from. "TO CO ditions as they are. go
lityand a raCE to SUits orth five i Mr. Thomas. Barrineaft has just fin- Si
doar more. Drop in for a look and try on. to ished cutting the second crop of nor- on
......... gum and peas oh a patch that ---
T make about one and one-half tons of vi
Shaky per acre, and the first crop was
AU0 tuS |A ftly as good or better, which shows '
a ndUM ralo CO P Palaex .. .. what this land wAl do when farmed sl
SMal isp *la Gsa't. ..I...Igently.s
SCASH CLOTHIEfR Strets is pleasant and MPitoe 2T P ommaoes. e rida. Phon. 476 "There's a Reason"In our school spent Sunday at her
mums Mabel Ta#lor Is at the James


Republican


Rally!


SEVTIF SQUARE,


Thursday, Oct. 8, 7:30 p. r.

All citizens, irrespective of political affilintion,
are invited to attend.
Addresses will be delivered by

HON. W. H. NORTHUP,
Candidate for Congress, Third District.

HON. JNO. M. CHENEY,
Candidate for Governor of Florida and Others.


Ladies Invited.


Best of Music.


Moving Pictures of Patriotic Subjects.

COME AND SEE SOMETHING NEW.


STAR


THEATRE


ustranted songs .and life motion pictures. Changed daily. Admiaasion
5 centf.
A Special Attraction
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14th
A BOX OF MONKEYS
A romantic farce bristling with bright dialogue and uprearoue-
.4 funny situations presented by local talent under the direction ef
'Miss Olga White.
There will be five performances-one in the afternoon at 4:15
and four at night, beginning at 6:15, 7:15, 8:15 and 9:15. Admmias
- aslon 15c and 25c.


EXCURSION TO NEW ORLEANS OCTOBER
8th, 9th and 10th. ONE FARE AND 26c FOR THE
ROUND TRIP.
For this occasion on purchases amoiiting to $100.00,
we will refund railroad fare.
*


nowden home for a few days.
Mrs. James Snowden is still at
ulntette helping care for her mother.
rs. E. B. Barrineau, who is some
better at this time.
Mr. John Reeder, who had his leg
everqly cut in a mowing machine
ome time ago. is getting along nicely
ad will, we hope, soon be able to be
it agsin.
Mr. Wm. Busby was a Pensacola
isitor last Monday.
The many friends of Mrs. H. am.
wapy will be pleased to learn that
he has fully recovered from a recent
pell of sickness, and is now able to
e out again.
Mr. James Snowden spent Sunday
ith re.ativeo at Quintette.
M. and MU. &. L Sowdea were


the guests of Artr Spare and fam-
ily Sunday.
Miss Besale Hanam, who has been
the guest at relaOses here, has re-
turned to her bozoe at Quintette.
Arthur Spare anad wie were In the
city Monday and went out to the navy
yard:. Fort Barrancas ea* Wather places
of interest in and aroaMd Pensacola.
Mr. George Davif wSa a Pensacela
visitor Mon4ay.
The total number of passengers car-
ried by the railroads of laadi were
305.890.000, agaiaat'271,006,00 in 1906
The earnings therefrom amounted to
$0,150.000, against $45,610,330 in
1906. The third class trafc alone
amounted to $4,101,M30.
Subicrib. for Thie urnaL


Your


Chidrens


School


Books


When lookig for them al.
wys come to us 'first and
save time. We carry a com-
plete list of school books re-.
ired by the Frainbia
County Schools curricula. *

We Move

October 6
to 100 South Palafox, where
we shall be pleased to give
our service and help to school
book hunting parents.

Gem Book Store
Opposite PostcffoA.


BOOKS-S
'TheM cool enlos
Vm. by end et WG -e tsI you a m
BXat WIN giw you e or three eveal
entertainmewnt.
From 10 cents *

HARRY T. HOWLAN.,
MasNO, Do m is., o
.11 1 m 1 .

New Fall Afrrivak
Knox and John iLtotm Ha.
A high-grad t lb wf eW%
YouthM and Children's Cltln& Sad
:1 .. fu*t smkck of Opat's Wtaailg

- SPdMen 7w. R" I. PALAPQX
-op.. phin nationall .
66 Ap~f^a^ i^mh "Samoai^ no^te
F u W9W v^w-^*~i**Ib_<


Mobile & Gulf Steamhip


Co.


In cemetsn wit 1tep Atlane & St.
Andrews say Railway 8teeu101p aHate,
freoight and pamoser S "um sen
MoWle, Poeesaca, Panama Gty., t. An-
droes, MMIvillO and aN ainb" m t. An*
ro ay, mayk. man eg*Oee*s wI A.
& St. A. a. y. tralsns Panama City, Te.-
days and Thursdays.
pror addMtional ilnferats i or t reigh
ad passenger rates, apply to.
ER. n.OOf gt m. ow.
MHaerM Atak
0. H. PURVIS, V.-P.
Atlanta. Ga.
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