Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 10 9, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01209
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
lccn - sn 87062268
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

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Democratic National Commiutte, ho"ld be
r democrat in West Flnortes to catrilbut
ftmid. The fight is oa, and the people should
0i& by giving finani al am to tak party.
NOW, while there ls yet time tl do good
Chairnaln Mack says:
Is Are N&ded Now.
0 rpetaft polftical fht In tue *imary oo the
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Have Bow Adulterated in Sti Growing.
SYork In Decis- New Yoak to Lower Prices Kentleky Editor In ois .......... . .........................o
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ti ._- Leq e. New Or-eans o. l e-Naval Is "Sha Peope Rule?", De*r e

"A W p an t or th... lmhs at a pro- IF NOT, GRAVE .-.M t'm s, t
a 1t "M P. -e -m e- -ate r o RESULTS PO~SRT.-R M U nst iN/ Stslrholders nHeld in gt
the new me Ai-~ u t-.e to e at Jack- i ie atosph
S, le,- Ph.-t trustees at all of ouisvm The aenee
.. -the .vale1ter a to. Sees Almost a Repro- to meet t
the The Naiar Marketing Co, s-m-what of a -
17! thena -o me Mtre g" t "o itsod lo-tion of the Evil Condi- W YHn ere
I" mject to seeife better prices for Ago,, m e pt by a few,
30 svao ores fo & oe tons of Fifty Years Ago, |NE., oeR. .-4he Uty- begs, ae it Is ev
raters e tda meetg (- .n the seeet annual meegota the stwck- pete has comet
urte t t R blican Party to Re- cy bomwnkee ed ta i d be be or vue Aaro.d Cop mwms held here sStr

Walter! Corbet of-a commit- ministered by Ju Tarrant to Mrs. ly pr yology and surgery a al report o the predet. Mit
tee to come hemtre fra Florida to Power. George Mthws, a ter of Dr. at the Mihga University. Dr. Chad. H. Smith, there was lttle of Interest. It Wy
meetwith local e, made state Richard Chadwicks tamte of Pens wick re ed U position In l The pret cto wre elected. lght, -tat he ad is asso---- cola. Fla., and a slates g Iri. Harry and weat to PNuscola where he has Only two out-ef-town mea ware prea- state the pWrSa
eate had lateIaft"UNo ti"t 1,5 000 NuAs pcated Pe. Chadwick, of angI Mich., since been Iving*a retired life. HenryM Walters of ltmre, o.tes
.--- s- a t s -ctmern spirits at tur pe i Loleville, Oct. 8-Heury Watter- wtom hey. gra-ted *--ele ..we OeLive, Herede. Sea- o aSanond .... noneethi
Ste ha been terat a order to a.presided and was the pri l that counter Dr. Chadwichis said to have for- burg V-presdent of the by the Re
made aga nst therusbeaomerly lived here, but herremovedrto ati Coastive, aird Cm y t si
L.. .W.ork-o Secure latonight n the cour, see of hiserlmarkseradweigmCthe ljtheae M -- hospbean
W M __ =n otte r s t a t em b r d is-in o w nnd i ewey a rsaoert hih e: iidtno t1 w h. .hIh o l d s.d. . ...oAn d rI n teye sts1ag o ,ewaer e b e ie
Se 1 ih r adulteration. "o tPol tcian tell you there are many vor he weM R to Ier te reported e ied. thele d comP at this
~ JTwLaat Vlt. up for settlement in the ca-otdaro the ,ea la 2gr-2 eaa S teeoot-pa
4. The v isit .New Orieans of ite paign. I see but oea. If we cannot adtuing t ken -
S-ommitte Is t p east to be made, as change our rulers at will. If an or- u.. o a, ..... f m-^ aM d es *th y. -te Isal ken mbe w
A W *ar t' _ttI aeery Ui ilmesa here. The gen- ganized and de.ant minority Inaide |a wtn e N e bale DtbAle
pohi tima.g lip1g the eeamittee the fortress can withstand a aesge of I an afe dr Ip at Se
]Osr -*-.aheso nrg sadu an andisciplined and ill-equipped Ma- M AY e us an 1ar r-ea
ey Itae, Ithey met jority outside, how shall we t about /llUUIliJlto i tll C A A t
."it. autrusts and the tariff about rebates and S ima U l'i
ZWMZsh_ a Upt-tbank dtepositsahshi mdeny nd ,h-_plt ttr nrU&rr i hbm

Sondltits tion of the evil condltionwi of fty n
the pro. years ago. The repuilidan party. t9 IT
AN of duwd"MdId lrmer sogrown corrupt and arrogant,IsAUSTR IA .tp
1mnge 'sul aS tbe product is now ting forth tremendous effort to retain pared the same months in p r lt.
S i -ii f- Sat a rilsos price, far be- the power which it has so misused.. mi r "' .56,8 ..
,.w u oM nm vB n e iethe e st f production. Ift t succeeds it will never surrender o --- the asr s om6 ri
Amm B-met was made that the it, short ofg some dire cataclysm, mak- a re l o d with the In calytar o1.. l
nw *.u -woe*s- probably enter the Ing Its exit a signal for, It maybe, First Game at Detroit, Two Gunboats Concentrated at r s eraing ev a u t
m^j^^$TEm g t market by Now. Civil war." operatinge-

V i _.- .-- -- A__Brdgsw ll U& - u t D T W n a g m j senses Increased t661,6- .
-P ~ .B t,- V at Chicago, and Filfth Budapest, and All Bridges
no ftebed- AMERICAN NAVAL STORES at Detroit., Are-Strongly Guarded. PAFR Big Display
Si" e rey *U U lIIII -eUo1t CrackerG Stat
*t appas 1 eSbe C M Athewt NY IS UNsDECli0ELD Cnclin otie T-8 h gAociated- reos.
Inalsag tn greater CiPA YnSatEC DOctnina-Beginning at 2 Vienna, Oct. 8.-War between Au-
o'clock in the afternoon of Saturday, stria-Hungary and Servia is a recog-
ctoberl o th, baseball teamsof Cvhi nized possibility, malthougy pitis Tki- O L
o e,.. ~ AS TO MOVING Off ICES eago and Detroit whic have just won
th e vier" t,.lllll7 | frmh--.e closest recorded contest for the 1lieved here that it may be averted. n o l o t. O
CMcago. fresh from championship of the National and I King Peter is in a difficult position hot ition buildings
em t. rsuper'ers n form American leagues will meet at Detroit I n account of the clamor of the t pr
As t Ian.I l BRT-M I U GRAVES President Nash Says Matter a e he baseball Servians for war, particularly since Mikado's Govermet Sub- se fo
m V rhwa of MOlig From Sav But one game will be played at his tenure on the throne has never o plant FOr fj. -S Graves to lnron
S ettoKE lMSSES TODetroit before the scene -shifts. Sun- been very safe. The Austrians on Aof oratorical ferho
StW -a C Has Not Been Detemined day's and Monday's contents will go their part have -new feeling of nation- Vsit to Amha ador a state FaIr o
I Mt criti to Chicago, while the Tuesday and al enterprise on account of the for- St the multitudes tod
D4MRA ripo -lWATERWAYS MEN uhit Coriipanoy May Go tO Wednesday's games wil be played at ward movement In the annexation of wr wUil lasteuntil 0cI
lowJ ft j">^ fa J acksonville or NeYw Yorkl Detroit, and the sixth games It neces- Bosnia and Hersegovina, and would ,B en. day w have ts
S. Old at t O W ary will be tranerred to Chicago. I be more ready for further adventures
Spowew ad the *Act Adrea of Candidate of Democracy There have been some additional than they were a week ago. for president, has
SA the Received with Ot Ampplae Spec to The Joual rules adopted governing such con- That the government, recognizes By Asated Pr. to the fair and
o be s eAt Chl savannah, Ga., Oct. 8.-Presdent tests, one of which provides that the possibility, military precautions Tokio, Oct 8.-United States Am- late the people o
SW mee Nash, of the American Naval Stores neither of the contesting clubs hall! in Hungary show. All the bridges over bassador O'Brien has been officially g tate-wide
.. ..*....6 0S2 *B-4 0 Co., when asked tonight if the big cor- be permitted to pay a bonus of a prize the Save and Danube rivers near the informed of the plans for the recep- Grass, Idepend
Chicago, Oct. .-Addresses by Wil- o I Sn to J Ts e te to any or all of its plyers who mly Servian frontier are strongly guard tion of the Atlantic fleet when it ar dte vicpre
] wamJen s Bryand od Pin- om S take part in the series, eitlter beforeed to patriot; and four Danube river rives in .Japanese water. Mr. O'Brie to she his silve
i aamJ lattengr chairan dof the Na- that thecompany has not yet fully de- or after the %ame has been com- monitors were concentrated at Buda- expressed his gratification at the upon the fair and
o al at Commisalon. th cded whether the headquarters will pleated. pest today. The government explains hearty cooperation of the Japanese nt men n the
timia Fr w dlnt Csernat"ao i ael ber i ctoe n b movedorno In the event de- that thi maneuver was planned some ocals and the members of the
1K = IAIAY S reang of a letter atesJ. J. a-dll a cision is reached to move -from Sa- time ago, but the Autrians would American embassy and the cordial re- aWd President Dia
short address by deleMates and a big vannah, said Mr. Nash, it is possiblnheBe ae-rae a t themeyotheir.S ates
D A PFROM GAS recepton at the Coliseum tonight either New York or Jacksonvillewi 0 Ihave Belgrade at the mercy o their nations between them in the work VICTOREN
Swere features of the second day of the be chosen. Neither has yet been e- guns if that were necessary, preparation for he coming of the VCTO
a, .. Cm .. Oct. 7.-VlqW- convention of the Lakee-to-the-Gulf cided upon and will not be until the II r Ti ork hlR occt.l SER
"a w em m aan ~perm enafte Deep Waterways Association. company reaches a decision as to N LIBERAL PARTY twN b ot wo ngnd ets igb an the res
d Itaa bai Mr. Bryan, who spoke earnestly In whether it desires to move BfroR L PA NAME OF NEW ONE bm or monethbs a w thevys
op. Si.meated tou Itollan from the aies to the glf. but S all This statement was made t Atlanta Man Nominated for President American embassy have practical who has l bee
abit victim early today. other parts of the country, where in- and is in addition to a statement by. l By National Convention Held gone without vacation to accomplish ly taken a turn
o heW epportune passing oat creased transportation facilities are Secretary Chas. L. DeLoach to the ef- In Chattanooga. t.^ boeditio .a oei
,i wa .-sAr oe1o de Mario On his needed. was as enthusiastically re- feet that the headquarters are to be -
mwee nam b t havde been ceived as was William H. Taft. when moved to Jacksonville on Nov. 12. g e te a 1o AA wcl ated Press. .O. -WILL START -W
i e tham twig hat number. Besdes be opened the convention yesterday. Chicago Federation to Send Chattanooga. Tenn ct. -.-Te |A FO I TT. W L L START W
Sthe 4e e mit e and two women Short speeches by delegates follow- MUCH INTEREST liberal party held its first national
'e I s either nco nscous or ar- ed. At tonig' reception. John Te- Orators Into District to ^on here
Ws Ce o w o is wife ofthbe Independmenciue pti eade wthe IN PENSAbndidate frht. tae l~re cy ando POPE R TO,.P AL TO T
Huep.stor. 2 principal address. Much interest is being shown in the Defeat Stapd-patter. rice-presidency of the 'n^ted StaterI
movements of the American ,Naval and adopt a platform. The following
Stores Co.. especially as it controls the By Assecl11ed Prees. nomination were made: ay Assecated Pi*. eioath to appeal
naval stores market. in this Rection of ChiaoOct. 8-Aboris preparig President! Sidney C. Tapp. of At- Madison, Wis., Oct. .--United people of the ent
NS ARE ALARM ED. the state. Turpentine operatrs ant a iSa nd determined onslaught on lantta; vice-president, John Maddox, t Seatr La Folette Is to ?tart 1 t the records
the factors are watching every move he candidacy of Speaker Cannon. The of Mnnesota. a Commoaer. It will not he called had polItical part!
wV tjP ~A Ty uw ar^uwwvT C~rnTmade by the big corporation, for they poltical action committee of the Chi- The platform adopted advocates wo- the Comnmdaer. however, aad la fact, tloms. I shall dime
-. WILL IC.lEEP TAFT ON STUM P raise that a movement to Florida Io S ederatn of Labor yesterday man surage the Initiative and re- the name if decided has not ures Impartlally
with the probable purpose of creating made plans to send a number of labor ferendum. the separation of church e made pauble. The aM a "WiA the assis
9' sympathy for the concern, which wiI leaders into -Uncle Joes" district and prsse. Mr. Taft will make uo mote trips now have to fsht the Naval Stores s t we_ preservation of national and state made by rmn t0lay In petws, Is the readers a anum
Lg 3..-Aina.aceamwt through the wet. Marketing Co., and will also reveal During the last three weeks of th governments in their constitutIonal following statement which he gave mews, a igest of
atley N mal Chairman Chairman IUtc baek several the fact that the America Company eenaSlin there will be nearly atty tn an o the mt out: -ress a teport a
arrival here today coaferences wtth Mr. TIta toi-, and has not underestimated the streangth laor speakers' in Danville, Kanakee ods and practices of the domniant po. *The increaslas demand ags anw e i the abq
w, that Mr. Taft. weid it wa' arranged to have the enjidate of the new concern, but for the first and a victitty. Two organizers for HM Paries. for addres- and for sneb prafted -t in cites
em until the che spend next Moaday and Truejay mak- time in history is adopting different the American Federation of Labor mater on representative agupwMeut wel 5u.l.ll Me
fc J~r^b.S~iL fheitiaerary of lag a double swlag the co tactics to defeat itf rival. are i the district now making WILBUS WRIGHT as I furnish for pbits tiibU odral sism
-oer, whlch wll start try. The dastegr t stumplag tour WOND ISSUE LOST apiiches for the democratic candi- GETS A MEDAL have Imressed me wS tsee esetan d"a!s waso**
Mt beS22e --By d r-^ of Ohio are balac ars-gg. .The trip o-tamate r Speaker Cannon's seat in that! should estalag weela w y aly peraper deal
I. hly take the r- through the beikeye a tete wThl prob- IN AP AcKCOLA *. beas. of representatives. Among gy n. t Pr-. per, published primarily It support of ggmbles beat
ogmldate for one or two ably be made *l a special traia. scial to n journal, the2e to be seat by the Chicago Paris, Oct. 8.-The graiag coin- government by the wIBMt. wth OOTi 5Uee
of the following states- Mr. Taft left tetrlet -after the Chi- Apalachtcola, Fla., Oct. 3.-The asp neerarlte of Labor will he Secretary mittee of the Aero Club of Prance has "With aared supp I sha est Mz5. La
Ohio, Iadladaa cago association of o. eclal ban- cial election held yesterday to deter- -Uward N. Nockles and J. C. Harding, awarded its gold medal for 196 to ceed at once with the regular pubc- deartmnt hi wl
uKamd New Jerey, qmet for ClIdinaU5.t, Ywh he will mine on a new municipal boad Issua agenetary of the Chicago Typograph1- WIlbur Wright. the American aero- tion of a weekly magastme, devoted to tme home wi lbe
j casoicat. rest until the end of tbe week. was lost by two votes. cdl Canom. pianist. the nS&ic Interest. unos lines bread we-a's etrA

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mist that the ea-
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seductive display
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Spromted to eome
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ence party caedi-
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IW we roteeve coast defense work Denver. Cole. - which was not damaged, sailed ysew- mg e .ge to a .irl the more spell it is T.Loe.--lleton Peat. e except en
the g-sermeRnt ia doing about this Chairman of the Executtrve Com.n- Louis P. Head, of this city, a ma terday afternoon or Vera CrAs. PIo te wll put into their mar ----a- frt .
city. ad were given an opportuanlty mittee-Isaac T. Pryor. San Antonio. ber of the national committee of the Ma de. Segmegiuag 6- e Tskfpl Pe r.2
to taspact tie numerous posts where Tex. Independence party, will leave the oThe particular thing a woman Is The campaign is nd5 enough right :1 .
tlhe -m gme a looested. Vice Chairman-Samuel F. Dutton, city Sunday night for East WFlorida, prod abit-t her children Is taat oth.anow, but think ow deafening It would 3 ae
.iThe o amttee on resolutions which Dnver. where-he win make a number of ad- eO.las IUtr eaple9 are ao mean they wont be if Tilha and Je Davis had chip Thrug frat I.hs
= 1idellberatlens yesterday has First Vies President-N. M. Iar. dresase in the iltere t of that party. WW M W o f0 ait mbe prud she ought to be of ps ln.-De-ver Repbllmca. ,
Aqew-res atitelo to the con- aI. Larnion, DM He will speak at Tamps, and alt l. In m ., --elln. m l themWas" --- a Cs All I--'-- -mst- s'OvqAYi--
Str~~ lea to the national Seoed Vice President-C. A. Fel paints along the east coast. and then Was i a Class Ams. r t
m+r erchanst marIa. lo we,Ls aNmn o deliver speeches Ithe middle Iestt_ a m erf t Cranes have proven Toae pr.etday kpa Nmans rs t k
was put before the cow- ThirdV Vice PresMdtt-A. C. TrUm. of the stat.. snows O W wheh t-m ..e _m d ust10"r4oa06010to osrveS dJust ..wn r.
SHawa dsaon o. MUskoaes. O MU R s-s i ~de arlls, kegs to _et all th-at momey.-Batlore Sun. sfaeas at mt p. o.
R t -.-lmd a*etes ealy Se-tary-Arthur P. Prancis, Crip- 2SMURDUR2R DEPORTI ao amen.lom se enme*imn mblsa otherhavI h as te 1 T0 ne.ra.h r, was ae
C. tatwami..San Pru!iate*. Oct -Rooert v h iMe s angeera m swft a26, se MrmLong1P has tae -tb r et
so ato e the s the Atlantic -. f-heon o, Ca,.n. 8ame. a Delfsmet.a_ rtass_.. T..- Bryan to thw a y decept-. w-T e.....
W healthy 'o--,ro o _ o ed m ive curve.-Chl" dLss".rve-, _,
No,,", wsa,,.ME.Mexico. was yeoteray departed by Aas,~-a-n---t--esi-s laml 1--I a & --ia -- ps_,ag eT ? &
-- ... .the I.ed States immigratio aa- " - or those who do not Make a Of im e itae i r
qg IS M Ithorities on the groea that he had m e ha sk thir a- delivered on His fb-l nac e is JohrD-tle Arch m fsla
'- been convicted of illing a man san '"adlvrayd. AMl asaf habid the SmM.eiJ-Cho-n w u Ar s rs_ i smr d
iad served a sentence for tlhe crime na MM mrm .r Mlldy n]aip la held ever by the carriers u e e ACOuLAcTWi
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.ht.,r,,3LWwerVV=in Pel _l ae mecLeMw ott lnedmM y .. dis cussed atr a lc
awtwia w. W EL Kuo Wjnwitheosrnerl
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S-s .eri V Pelt. when seen s ortly you suffer r chromie or habit- n'Sroms .. e re orta cn-
S.i d-aid that be waso his ual cupat,- the associate or nars on ins arrival ho rep ofroee Wth
w agme when Kilbee called ha. epsdfut ch ailments, we urge e a S Mr e vice at
." ... l ...I Cnvited him to go down the street. yo to try el OderUe; at our told the national c ittOOa no tha
At4i.. .- Tdecwned"b said the sheriff. "and risk. Rem em.o vyou can only iget a felt convirr ced that the tiad e wa
ber 1 ray w arl ar him threat I had injur la he t -o Crytal Parmacy still wm A trong for othe Doml 1 TN

r1 = etiore." -dajor 'outrby ds btstrain ." aBreat erat14ke. re et. a. .Iv taTent regarding1
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in lid .t'e m e thnnight wheteIr twhineWorbe"nspeCAM P NS ng fr the lst two bct

1..lldm.. .v tngh.B.,yae.ns ldr -:.mbe...
a .t nur le a to .by 'ee theom twassry WTbe i o.s osta DteI Tnthe wehe wheity rey the condition St. Joseph n the eng
S- - otal ed 4 ,atthati could not elp etriki | .the I ang e esw are not In tavor of our make a specialty of fine offee and cakes.
S- ... ~ hm I would have struck homeuo Ye t party, and the reports that woe gt are
pleed 1 eWl thee alittleo fa ache t ar e r -c easingly encouoragig. That is, the l I A od
aege Was her e-sa 'wo PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYV lb reports are more favorable now than lESSEN
the- ......1 t a e as -eDrirty T heman e o we w aid PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to wharde r- c eed. b a moter vnth age and one m -u.. ____-__-- r
t"pae~r. ,, th do.p"ife e, Watr T-ey case of Itching 1Bi ed-, ,d flr 1t II oe they werem ore favorable tha a
nB -- e t w 4eat amtea- I"'g or ProtrdIng Poe9e t e ... 14 U BE ostA they wer two mostes ago. Everything
gIeD herf stolen? a{ m l. .cro-..op.., s a.d d X-rays or money -evelunaere wa we" at eq w wl M the east increase. t" s hlte
ftrevolie vFeb octhatdes to that he Det between the best a teh- .. e democrats feel t o Rcover, htta T
I-S hBad soC ty ist a ae to equip rm self me NWm S City iS Putting Clay On g tChis cap -x exIche lain h t fact,
tbw the AP011 wa atetni aeit CAMP EWS the beat I ever have."

owf_.-or rVI- material for hs. t tudlesno om a FROM PICKEN r North Palil-f Street to Mr. Bryan will M herd eFray. er wc m s more t oe v
D- t fss. A pm e Itin st p oor a .- ora dt erd o h to r ei tmet Harderad. -l .. Str.. ter and other -a J .., I

*. toI ... .. p-P t wiHthi t. wI Ch ho G. Smith. aeri.a twenty-sx ft des In Iillinis. On Saturday Mr. watch M Mad Aln H t .
Seas oer et of l'i HospitwoL Smith by several eo. r ar- Bryan will speak In R.. l th te atn cle making thro Mi
__eSa-^.s A H, ( pt, for cthe but wel, ,a hs Toe, bo aopy H.two ,an are _n ao addresses atHa c.ibal. Pariso, Moberly, w AThe VaeN Z Net ; A l. a.
ate a tmhe f at abya ho eduater wor a dmhe a tube doing splendidly as artillerymen at ck In the afthe sea A itan ib MoerlAyh

e eafth% a" ye tne i t amn Count atleadt Turv e
we It :80 fta I a4-1d tby poverty, but de- Marianna. or We tig the 12-tuch Gadaden, wheve for Several days the 0o6n and next week will speak three
lootertw il. gTh let for tody, mortars as, f tbey, s Pensat out three steet. has bo atina C epl th orabl the daysinl y ho- me state-. 1 I S
S. ~p al. w a vstor at o Pes .. t boy was a arrested year instead of oply the da. aly for the i trm
_e .th PEAKEboy R ImVITED drohner with the o-say a.m. his. h It Ifa treat to se the way thetea wout os my s head for an un- to ldet .e. r
8 e rlandwe.eai TAd up aWlabratY MEET ieera boys ole the mormtars e r-hich r e r.n o r, "cNA K interrupted opporala netyce An A to ke leandthe wile

"po..---rted- on the sic ]lit, but 0-- -. to it frte, t thIn
S5 -waswr -e, er a cutr .e of weigh13 tons, more especially CAO=- .toba I w m an C CABINET upon ac me o l.t te shftn arm m t e l
1, 1eiBt Oe ] typlasc e nerw n the detetfes en. pan a They are tlpit No. 1, and o ,the ra g tt afternoon .. pl e
_OP, Lotered these bl. ne paleo beadquar- they INe the huge auns ad if they ,s of w beemeu* by M.Albet Causes a shadow ot one to thare aoehaveb bteens circulate sd.
_amitWW wteeing youbath admitted be wero* aiWr toys. emcngwter ms Daecr" tionq Op os atlen of Old Cabinet jewels, and revelations must ensue Whatever the maths
Ss toen a microsco e and X-ray Wednesday evening, there was a atRequest of King. a q t O t wor of bles wo n I s *acltly nre
.W OrPl" -_h machine and bacteria slides so that contest between theost eah- -t. scea T ot. .- on to cover.mae threStnd dlaste ew
ge am- (tag1 r$~al the~bhe ho ut be able to equip himself ents of Compa y M and Company K. ct t te oome eo..lvoAe ated Press.h i the i sactnating thril of danr the waverita treastplai

e-f bar-e ahe on for ,.a scien arergc U.-G a atebo llfnetbu t ta thei a ,Copenhagen, tm Oct. 8.-The Danishwt thesw e -- et ofeterao. .o. .-
Seth Dr. Aua S. comat against youngBen. mortar loaded and ready to ere wla teas le tfohe aInnoea llM- ttnft r t ii n ter n to t Pale Thte t dsclo ra ca
aamrlloves It With. toon washarles G.Smith, sperin- twenty-six seconds, beating the others NORs.C.coseteIt UOoi0 r'-ali now.en Pint. Vanities t Mo Mlla nt
b ,,ies5a t of hetr i ude. nt ofSt. John's HospitaL .Smith by several seconds. t reasnt Harro-l o toboLha ngfrin the td lat est
m ow a ,s anxious to l vef lt ty for th e boy but felt it his ooR6 of Company H.o who saw service i i | I. pers ar he s ttons of The tVision r .a. we._ n
Swasu* l*?- dul y to Ir the eamplaint of b Oar-In the Spanish-American war, has ouL. lr 1rest ofI AlestInore in h ten arit a s i r l evetnd b. Ih
1 t-@ to Clory.Soyungs Bton was charged charge of the winningr dstactament lredofM.Al. Iee taidfr will probaly takhtPe dt o T saan y anr o f bcis it th al e o the
> P eo ois I t 5doebreakingaS&dMsettering St. Johns with Captain Downes, Privates Car- elAL ofore r e of prhe moi eroabl tak e Takenandn from fof at
I"s l a bi.1 nnu i gns r r.ratory .and -tealing therefrom a son. Cloud. Beach, Ames, Anderson, doubl prIem passio s to r T da .s of her ien n op b. Ol he r at

0 .SXg i vSov. K.$B.d an Miller, Smithn Gamdey, Wetr ams oan m fr. ao g o rsO % e haDs witaoutl. N o ta t as At l
"'* t-- irl- Tp- h a by CIVIm..... ....... s .....u by, S-Ei to te be ... ... i -l el et e ad-t a e ao mo ,,r the_,= laaca e -
Ofom. Jas. K. Vardaman, Jacksonallrill. ba r tso at sad their elp pla -h5 ste rKi tantc ma thu hasexiased f tsef tno asyn a sees orn a tdwo.8

I ofobi InIIIc hand. Thursday and sat down to a mwitary batn MA Ie by ice-_ ... ea f-t hett, e an .V. -rsMtheDO trayal oatl
tW 1 e as tn EAKEe INVITED dinner witth he boys. presentll bce;indasi ie arrti-cso tou e t rt l a ans meadee an fltn get. olmt
*_-^-4r t :o"l h ], wS01or 0 TO WATERWAYS MEET Several boys of Company rcga are rp- or o matlt heAn an ro rrk o tAet t Pe movr.or y la ve araiTn ta h

Stwameylv a Hoseme o Rntor, hicth Is .k latiot. ported on the cens day st t list, but notbins osidt t

toaII g .e c J. a p-ton D. l,, C. seto e ni gt c alleev, w ver to' e l heer an a t th eretsien awou con idte st r afrs th ne ae it e at .....
m__'D-. -h _rthe esalotri e ..l.hD .a n we -The of Gn t rega w rs are splendid in bf g hLe u MMu TO VOTE sal tabhle fr tne eot area q.ueng hMt ht
t ,lge iJ aem--- RVp AL C.J A of thera mcit. all they s. Wdh. W Is" the" iuAid pa roef aigy t --Ln h cased n o withk o a waist is a l o..n.s

for d...s em-t h ese o shI P sabt h e. u af t rera y p e erateOthe r a b lank vlt.e ad w Ahclao

triogoefa ita mother N, Hug Gamrduo tenew Yor n. rate Bert Aattha mbanet" repeacler Ittenttei t, -Led toe go t .it s ho. n hanot mf -- te Ia m m--
S *- a h' s .--" t w', be oNer OW-1n to* e eld at Colum- alber practice t Battery Worth. Bat-r -heihrri0e record s r o lih .a Or. hts toarrival..Mrs lck hast. me .. tra..

A BUSINaESttV IT tonforb teheaiman.:. M-c WILL lwasaeport* dms- -y disp osr ien odly nh re
he I f i Svne geaanle ad tnt .B.wwdertea ut he hispaqeadys teanottl his wifhe aini TO Ae MPTONc RADSe front bott the besa aandons o but to *ang wee*re*tcs
So the ol. 0. P. Goodyear. Brunswnck, Gal engaged In sub-aliber practice yeater- rom a tbe Ann= & vera work, *y Aseatre Pr in the tyor pla But sa .ao
Sa oe tory, Ain. As there were rumors teat there was ao last nit. She proceeded &al- noeead at the Wite House todaysBaps plana e
Prow"i to provide C. M. M Washington, D. C. to be & nioo t call Wedesda. several t to the Annex to cheer and ad tat the president would not consider The rel r s It e sy o. a

.ptt h Nou. oftheirchothes "Where is Mn Mack?" inquired pandeRlfP of any employee In the classed north orfis lf w ain M. a Aee o ts
1rKoeaP baby Senator Philader C. Knox, Pittsburg, OOriday &lot there w l be night Mrs. Mack with some treptatk srvice It @- to hia home to vote comapromi d o Ad f

*y oto of I.tet in p. as.e t. Vadafean7 Jakon.lp. whileon, y woen he aund-:the room dark and at the cowing election. The prosr to trheoutm dy doe thr a p ( i s
wcoahr. ia J. I BuonaCdelle Lake n aturday sevsrpondentfinks IS -vacant dt sid ft w- not onl the dute of tdeAt skio of b d t i ae S AA

'"See P Othe 8-rev Prid rovidehca munition win 'be fired from eseattn it At the Associatin of Cormerce ey eTluee f e Asmge ment.s ban o p o m the w o a a

tite ppM a" M the Ud aya'b hot aoto K l G enlNew Yol t p aien ihere o paenil t aosrta e waith, night, bu t e we therhi les wa s e leds reg sen toote is o m- heav the tDT-ot eeCmu i.
SeOfnt or Uo.tbakfor N.yT. regoars are r ll riot, but that the Colonel Joed i Martin, learning Mand a m t ballots but It was patriotic. fro F the, I whe ede ne.
i Aac Itcwllnbe Mon. Due U. etcher, Jackson- regular mosquitoes are cleply ewtuL wl tAhe arrival of Mrs. Mac, as e te A i e wi lace. It s od I

o r th o o the i chari~r. Man~.B wdsur epubliant fred bIs unableto.mehoaoestte dirabect ng l keeeptos robirm era ne Meerucskeedktrb
Fla. putting them through their -kitchen-' though being he d In and enUlf- r puss ofI Brothnr ContTm- ta leay the flten Co w ea

W-1t Mn wer tt Jas. K. Varch e, Jackson. drrLe U, H D TO bee s iy the ba eueters and their eetate, ettnAg Ato te ancicArmtahda Ci sere sou ithaite h te Is gon Aeara aTeow ot
b" Ckill"chardi Your correspondent fends It Is very smokeeto becha dearestht Colel m baeguessing
MS ;W? 1 who kid Senator Hoary C. Lodge, Nahant. sot, a copy of The Journal for a table Mr. Mack was really ilo Tneana sst Adsefoagn reie

*o me: ito ereagej Ron. Dan Caflery. Franklin. La. GRO WN IN C ITY NAVAL AR ER T T y rroaIt U*oeose'v, then go .hadonfto fiaa eesburdng nese s r
"t WP UO: It ^se Hon. R. I. Randolph. Chicago. II. N QUAKER CITY wYork to remain fie or six days ttee r aisears burden of years.
Aby-- ba forsaken me. on. J. Ham pton Moore, Philadel- Two of the largest radishes ever to order to e e enh leave thiasa r -
t lt s w or me t9 p e dTbutWp hi sn cTy woTAb r t0 6 o de or p thea msed hore l a e t i T l
5< te sS r. aya ws* In FARMEASN I N TITUTE The eurnlyesterda b S).1 W greatest river pageants ever Mwines t e adelphiaecr -
b5. n sonS bap been tr. in hish tyt edd aet the" Delawd now asd haeldedi RT At d AMeUTATED Ne Aaads wa his garden

Thfterscn were greatly Improess .alet edwP Walsh. of ~ F~ TOUR a THEL~ STA E pd by Insurance. The sternser. T" tor por a anputs Into man. Yes. t3eaed, ard t*5 wny to The Pe~finaa sr

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E^." ~ ~ ~ o 't S^^^l^^ '>li^1-c llHitJu ome '"Tcitcri on alafor onss .r-s rjnntooap cound Discussed by Bryan, Mack taurant and will open on SAtumday,
|1 ^P.y^' ^l^ ^Fa^ yS~i~fc^' Street Po am seart S^ tre as neww tor and Others -Situations Postoffice, a first-class restaurant,
'.:-I, -: "-Tin". \ .. in West Favorable. "THE DEels CATESSo

1^ ..''^(^ --fc- ^.**aW~~,. .- -. .pe __.. __iS-a- ..... -hre I will be pleased to serve my fri

. '- ,,,a- ,,. ,--rn -"- .s a--- --t was e o- -- ---- -o mer patoes.
I ..:./ ."'m., ,1 ."". 11 ="s' "E --.n *rs1 E THE DEeCATESS
t^- .m on go ,B .- the wre 5o tor ^a deneate per. co the lD eid it Mr. Br Wil be operated jointly by 1y1.f andw
....e *** stee for .hrt an sem way. ='o orpasereg wt ho aefre oprnr

^ tM a ^ SeVB Pelt, when sen shortly o s.e e hn e er habt- S1" wa.!smase: willr antith whom I have formed a er

B me SIrS doot that tean yiSredf leg old t ^iandtherse- Sit1 a amo
urs codv tte rocen odeInoed, bv saitd . osk. me yon .can Ponl set tn epr t
hi dwaiNe k R o 0 ., a t 8t11 i hin u jsthat tI a bad Injrseo By lseh- -e aT DaP.LIA TES
.....jg.* gJ '- gl^ *" be" -c .-lj pd tl dayoioIk ^l^^~ nrtvious by the str _nnoC Brent ,niM^ ertt .ikt .aasaeen ea

^ ^I^I^S^.SS~~~eag w^ W.e': she decare thaed w4"gi, PILESBte CUREDL&^~t^ INu bc TOs-as 1 eDery respert arndefaoal nwt
he tes was e ibr D tuy setea The mad whoined PA.O. -INT, _N Th, .. .. --I IIt tgw of oure o .a.. a spec-arey --t ai- ad ond ca
It _*gi gr r weald hCicgsLe-.ave rie r ita for ceo I ch B. ||d atd the repor that e t a111 o t

E& iatesat patiently rer 1g h6 hao~a Mat those pio ing or Protrding Piles t n c to 14 ney wq two onths ago. Iverythin,
PabiPt l->assewere b>acl o. day- or i money reg. we her Ure the ealte erea theo r
.h g he s e hau retaeel lt t ahsener tn l teow. diheria ead c t nfdetce that the Democrats feel in Oake a y o n CO and An
irk .a tM a Clo h, hr oans to re a g~at etye-hUst arl -o l ty I a S Pt in ev ryl *ay on wee ths empaign exeDllently, t factampig
__r -,ete _, !po,_ ag r Bte. CAMP NEWS of s on is e I ever __ve._
.,to- p Broinyn. thtih he wue determed to FROM PICKENS iNorth Peate Street to r. an dd secuve here d iaay
... gl ssri keW.Es l .eer er v et materla for his tudoes, no mat- -gr peakin- 1 Jolfet, ill after ad other m- -' .. ..Brya.-
I ig.""" .'i W .,_ter how he got it. His moter is --vsss y--- Hadr unload clues in HLnMos. On Satrday Mr. "
am mSady M pa ltM wiIt *M asera-w^Bme, earalag so poor a living streets; Bryan wNll speak i Mlr, making
as IM" me, it fits coal ad dtliber ta it crboais ctltar.- were on sale The boys of the First Regiment are dr ofdt es at Hannibu l. Paris Moberly. A N ZIE D S A
ate safe ?madiJ s. at a l eo-oter for a dime a tube doing splendidly as artillerymen at Kanmas City at 5 o'cleck in the after- L r', lSCL ^,A"
" The Ia. of the__Idtg of Dr'.u A she oe M not agMd. to .bay one atom Battery Worth. Colony K., of De- The city is to remedy the condition noon rnd St. Joseph in the evening \ -
i s mpe us., tearrou n. her boyro. .^ .... a prk sprin an Company -.. o. ot P.latx stret, t the corner of The cea date wflB tt.e. return to U1-i e Necklace th Only P0etel Wen bt
% SagS hiltdes* are yet, it --o< anuamdy poverty, but de- Marianna, are working * .the 1-Inch Gadadea, where for several days the cola sad next week will speak three y ___ __________
.tB getaby be -.o wome temined to e 1-trtal for study, mortars as If they had been at it three street has b ie a sch a deplorable dtays t hSB home state. |..iJ ^
-tt will p-a.-- -t the boy hti. H. e was arrested years Instead or only three days. conditions as t--y to stall.
*- tI e s l-l B ** l hil brnea It Is a treat to see ote way the ymv .ii .. th i. work of TDfnMARKA W UaTTT .... ....Ta .
k 2; iSS ~^ r^o S S daibS mi~tiM hlanle the morta, which .......^n~i^ ^^ % rAM Th u Ma .S~ LSS'S . S
Se 1Sh r Un A thered we .ho l upea iar they e he huge gs as i they unh oe. MrM a bn bmnt by M. Albert Cas a adow of oe ote eoie circ
twew. .eap4 111W yeth admitted e were mehre toys. oomPeted.w eigiemat o-ef O CabinEt ueoels, and revelations must nse e.w hista
... -,. IIoth, el.; W o_ stolen im plroscopeandsX-ray Wednesday evening, there was a for t n -atRe"thtueet of King. a wor..d o .. peshes wo- "t br frutetly
t -- ep e,. th, bot-e ,metwhuen thebest ec a etdchi e .dece tolnsw ur. t.
Sara4i -W two wreewle ,elo&lyesterdyrmveraft Mr. Dry

fact that hr g AhemgforS!Se ae toeap mSteto dentthoonatCoionalany ci t ee Danish at s cing thril ot da th aelgb
Si --io pring ,,of -ou en acleane Ireer and tne boys ot Deru ak had their opmIe ".. terM eeard, hy u" wnicg brib feart cnoci t -- e -t "' r t. o..a
Mi- S ^m .wi r. Auspirb. y The Somp li"t ainnst yoengBen- m ortar loaded and ready to re th rII... r2" Saw 'a afrSnet t right to aa-, Palace The_ ter a r..s di slosarns
.. S e irl lOfeta dmitt ed tb y C- G. mth. supra twenty-sdx seconds, be ting the others I lI II tll lt a r ed a rtetles w s . .. ..
t ofin t heo optLS bs InvraWestwhetHabeMf thsahestaseee t
for ishemigt.Wheos o saidthtsoreMENbes t eeaingforteoas ow op e W s ||| te c ioofTS
ar3?S :jerke me^S ss? a-ar^ound^^ a"I kicke me an^^ y Hf ransad

e tis ___- g .?'o s ot h a ty to s1 te 0pl t o br- the panes he-Amencp war, ini l l a/o1a C r- t bert termbealemw etswh re a.o v .. -
o legre heaer l .oa i leftrho. Ocre at o the wI oe...nth l. ttiing Mn ttlelll sb u parent Ie ar orfnour
R .W D. sev A *"an I. "1 ." ,,,,* hi=. I n w ouldha estruc a oue or aN d H ha I 8 a as e t oahrt

a a eet ni bo a.The o tb. r m Aa rk:a chl aid bW dirty he Wplretry, ad p therep o rt s th V E w lago l aaree da c erta s the tar ta
t sk pe w e & w o" t $ .0 0 ha e ltho wse lttl e d upePrny hid jsw t ,of that uP ensa ol J u0 1 0 5 T O V^ o iesnly an I ng. but tohe y a ra e on -l a s b e y u h t s e is w ol n r d m t m

YWY 40.8d1-l The man who s aid uh ilitr minthmey, clas and to' th without weeem amn g and one m

r -M 2,JJw wia-rac, of er.expe.r,-,ce wlUeout'kat Ld nal. waot a visitor at Fort Pecaens the at.on t... l as *ys Perastela an Ma y e we cppwd to emperame-.- for. the ----ek .arm--,,?
, hoe.. t6 .h w o X18atw .te Thursday mand sat down to a military wrr Madge I -g D Ieya rea m a otr cur eoto Ee.t h.g BF-de t mlrayige oa t.e slea sv gre w ae The
peror_ e damUl r cle thMrtast turn- SPoAKERS IhVITED dinner with the boys. Vresent o l t..a.., s"m i.. t. could cut of a mans n fo atr oash m- to piture. O
* sthe wreto rl ltes -a .ppy s TO WATERWAYS MEET Several boys o and Com ny M are re- Or &a Tea y. nigt on his. interrupted opporta ity ,to make lost naw _ue_ I
a a_, W toZ bre._ .iwi"- .ported on the ick Ilist, but nothing .t it. .r eI t
to la he sf t .wth her e ae.g o TW* o.i_ ,.-- erious. C.VI" A a lac ICE Even .the aposex of the, ty .egarn;, u te .

--an -s trehadWou ed o.- ... w. : m beD M .g eryt A a a. i e ad the wliea tdell totey ca t, and lat .. .. . e the eat .., .increases... thy it se t e et

o -tao r-d. pro ise tho p arov drges^'M agt the Washington of th C.l to e appreigteth catt edtinesa.svea ^ Chcao, ct1 8-IEr t o ermand aiPredet t the s Fewderal wo eld not con ade whe ro oseal hear.i Wht maeoale-I e msracey of
Wwt tn ad oare o er bar ofo the r I n landaterw Asohaat thne. f reo mor fnte th ei willout tt D r sationd S P ous tot actis t n t se ig ecu ab e ereas the aroa dmet. hep
.. e aIfs the aoh |Itteo.r. N.h embeP a-1, tlo be nel at holcm- eflber practice oIt Battery Worth. Bat-M. .c k. iwq red at. aheme V tins O taer .sed ts to hlmit e twae. Mss o .Asla nma wnn lsd
6 l aft a he er t-s by ta la: teres Pensacola and Culle uIms were nave c llpe Tn oEay nSht in g Pi ton oytoe mad eteh woami .s e fctew aty, vfce
[h. e are e er .ote d e 1. C. P. Goodyear. Brunswiek, Ga. engaged in sub-Daiiber practice yeter- room at the Ana ,x troom dark ..d _t the g elet The in tho d Ts l aspt ed _.hby a plar i atac o it w
mer g tr healr whic ah e Coaacly ConeptainIn i B t. Ferusn d, U. Gov. day a-- er noon... oard boan ana wlsaa, readhet san- Ws inwas. Ot o. t.--t was an- with the oevfen ala of Jo n tae hot it in ma,
SinI We psI, -No e Dr Mot Mo tgeO n ry, Aa. As there we be re rumors that there was cgo last nge smat. e proceeded eaey e pe at the Wwdte House tay Bptt. alisetlat
e wal I slu, pmise to provaye .s. M. Ilgt Gas, WewhlYgton D. C. to be a night call Wednesday, s several t.ousl- qt thep Auex to hehr ud al tt the_ phreent would not consider The reol .mair s the .drag It sta y to den
p.t ta @ d49 fo Sr Oh v or hr.e rie- to. trial fhNew -ads, noma of the men weFt to bed wMIthCKt tnSorg te Maadoi lar i pg tocas Mlrtr ata itw o pateiWIs c o hthFe or e e k dWaMyt p
Sat ar oi l se a It a e lt ow be N.t J oL their clothes W i here is Mr. Mack iq iIred part o any emploe i. te ca north of the w.s t., dlBan i oe u.
a lt tphe .prc. K te s e tZb ; rPhar C. xPttb r y niht thed wl be nght Mrs. Mack with _ome Mrpi. m ra I to__ omeMto vot _-pro.tslst _n It t 1e
ate ted .. ad e oi. tha a ing ter vet ... .... .drsll from 7:40 to 9 p. m. whlsR e on whenshe oud.he omdrot a o tis womnw i rspl ekIn ee urion. h praki, t lo0 -y _v a s .ip eta or tse
Teu ltr of h .e of r Ao ra .... B rt e vael, Lake turday to v r* rou*t 3 o ok amspvlni. dly anss r w,,s ,o o,,, g dut.,, lrt skirt o-- td e Hei, t wtlPl to .
bSeg.. qul.' e ld P ao id ,tS C. oe, t munition wilo be t. d from each pit.e "At the A.ssoCaati. of Co ere .eeryempl e ote n tveatenr.n o o pro fr t r
wi. adeAn py moft .ms rt- Ha. h Grde, New York. Private Bert Cwth says that the aquet.- r piety a cerke. .dte n is iotovote. o otowad h.omJe heae.. --mot tho Ie oesptInltlhte.e to. demg
i a t sW ae tYealtahr bo aoSalrr oer N.T. as. ae gulars are all right, but that the olonel Jpn I. MrWn a s earm oI a nd cast e M tle sru d w t upar en thewla-- e r not to
t hie eaa D bempwte. It--ill be Rop. DvertyU. buttde-rM aarianlar em o rkito g the ip y fuhrGadly oblac for several y ha e cola a oad next we wi stpeakt har o l enough,
^ '-syaa^a~iJVi, Ph. Briiadler4Ionerst Jess on wa to ta m.orm the toman. Mr. yMak LL T,, HM .Nu R D tront but in te c a eas hope but t g bre
t e tretatewll. s e f"o_.ctoea oe eo. N. B. Br6wfar Jak vlle out wmth his squi yesterday n oralag was not told ohs een his wife'spl aravle -- t eat ta e. clap at bte o he
ea t hepOD -i_ a0 u lDa . putting them throu1 theer "sitheI' to h bein* heaAmed inTan atoaw Plt n of ep t tr the, .. .. p ..e AVOSl |
.f ruin_ Istr e. ...... Hon. Jsa. Vm ardamoo. Phieaceon, drilL ew oy the a.equeters and eeir to pa Blringing Atlantic Armada C feC. ctur thas estnasMed itself .3 bMe. 1_. see- o
M fril lsatslad 4Din M . .. ... Your correspondent tdo it is very smoke,_o .scl a der_ tt Coo el Baak to DtENt PointL guessLn tbo n wa,..oy.. bY Mis York WorM.
"a its em wher eee eo 'e d.Thot. a. B rlau Clevela.n.d. O. hard to write mte rar" s ,ttlag o a Mat misn as W atilwe.__ _
... ...e* "I" a .. I- w o i H oeeane East C. Moer acu tui peaot, a copy of T re Jo espec a tble l.y... .. .?2adigc...rte. s and.. i ..
I*i% le. Sia lef.babyetnl y .. ila e et an inch e t pl to wrie withM4h,_ bue estr. M to h Is llJasess wu.a nd butR FOR M'ABIS ET -,,v M
S He l mar. tr Jno. W. Ba kbed ayette, no pr r exe t the r st es i bY dlsh oie create or as pnomo as _t t a e1 P.
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U _agom & icr_ meoT ........... Wedn esda y viq ening, thi ws a atdtRequest of Kl~r' i ~ i~ng. -#4

|the ~a y f No. 11 west mUe He FOd AcAeaa HICOLA On Etat Hictes Mr. Witwe h ple t go*-dtach Aas ... RS A A . Nick A-Was C Up. "
Vftherowb-emi ihtee tableto he radihes about tfe. middle omp AnyK. By A , ], Miss. Oct. 8--W e Soa-l-Law r. thuh er
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Jai t 3.z. Io rls h love$oo t wei tna s Cha1.r. wl a'.mn as h, s eri o'. The ty-sixereods.h be atinco en he the M pre w oented, tof rmea now-cred anet. thes V e cot trmo oa esp tea.tew :..

as in the baat -W t a s la i the a u- ,ty t o int ema f bur- Irte rSpanish-A. A mmericalwarhaoo at te te.sin m onneti wel ar ,l ,o rl-. .....
ctnre et paper pa t year, twice et ~trab are a ln worklMe to hswti n a I D AT r ivat 1 C emy ar MaIte, t physlelas- M rs, of Atstwho is th H Wil a His Little JOxe. 1*:ts .-..:
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Rt0 t1 A BUSINESS VISIT 1ss a ro x tor
fWUI^U^g CT WT C~a VJ. S. Calvert, assistant superintead. street pagemat tonight, with 15,--*gg e r-a a aewlag machiae needle la ^S, a o Srteary realflar a car ;; -
ent of the Western Union Telegrapienr abrumd meMbers and several s 11W4001001 r ShiYer, r S -gtMbaItorN.--SsTeCOnter.Jor*
Co., arrived in the city yesterday *f- torical seIts t tae. smrskeal attstIM to extract the sharp l :^ p .
| 'U A mCU ICCIr 1QCI UDT *^s^KTtqq ternoon from Atlanta on a abort bus- -- b est, t 1OO. " L
TRANS.A.PICONGRSA- ess visit ,to. the lotat... .O ce $50,000 FIRE IN KFIEc Imo oN A F A&ELO. .w IL .-
~Mr. Calvert stated last nght that A rWARD LIN JWK^ the He 7,r, Press" nm .e yW r b oe . :ln
'^~~ "__.~ .. busteess conditions throng Mout the .WA D LI-M r -- theswTo*_'" .,. ht than be e t --r p. ssp
By AmalateW Pnew It In believed t tt the delegates will. country are now Improving. sandbe be. 3 Thitd ra ellonly wkinafamil e-!na 'rfo r oe esa INu ate ep.m :
Sa Francisco. Oct 8.-Previous to look with tavor on this resolution and lives that after the pre.s.entialcs Havna. Oct. -Th e Ar th* Tes re snhere sdor the e e m. -
t"-" e pe of *the third day's seam.t it ts adopt wi lmea e ol- pan there will be a general lamprove- _ld of the Ward line steamer Mat. r ,t- -rcetedm-ost people c be ter.-- Aalne Th a.
o othe Trans-M lppi Co Foowing are the ooers forth ere., which arrived here Monday, has Trlt il blatg in keein Tasi t S n a aSl t
today the delegates were entertained congress for the ensuing year as elect- LOUIS P. HEAD TO been extinguished, the loss to rae you ftm gettag Into bigger trouble -The amw ai, troubd . -- s--
by an excursion about the harbor. ed last night: carTgmcApoetry beawiem puttted at s60.00 car, beiaen ?ee hav. euh em their oea'^sa ar We" ear
The deWgates were greatly impressed President-Thooma F. Walsh. of TOUR THE STATE weod by insurance. The steamer. P o . puts te sea. Yes, ladeed, -- t- way tb 'TcM> FeyhaeogI
,by the exteuave coast deftmse work Denver. 0ole .- which was 2otdamaged. sailed 74 8- oW fenow to a zirl the more spel it is T.eo.-H the amvernment I^ doing about this Chairman of the Executive Com. Louis P. Head, of this city, a mew terday afternootttVers Crms. pe f wll put Into their mar .-. .-r
city and were given an opportunity m itte -Isaac T Por San Antealonio, bher of the national cgmmnttee of the ..**..- -, ,,--p F. ,
1o inspect the numerous posts where Tex. Independence party, WM teave the N particular tbfes a woman Is The campaigh t afWe riht
te blsgas are located. Vice Chairman-Bamael F. Dutton, city .uday Mt for CAt Flora w abtit herw children is trat ortb-..W t.k owd.lit wM ..
Thee omlttee on resolutions which Denver. wherehe will make a number of ad- De4lOr p are-- _0wso mean threy woea't befIN TU h afI m .ais. lh ad chp- .-- --, .
Sbesa iSe dellberatlons yesterday hbo o first Vie. Presideat-N. M. Lar- dresses in the Intere4t of that party. --dia T" adwit sow prend she ought to be of ped ia.- ver epubicaa. .
, dP ter preSoSntation to t heon- alam, Larnio, S. D. He will speaks atTampa, and all l n Toiseb Iu asencam ti i Is 111-. M -_. a,,t3
a S trong paa toeto the Atatioc id Vice Pr bs d e nt- .C a eo th e states &100 9 te hel ' t m't CO.. "t and tooofea w tiI, M>* a P rav

e c was _tfl. b ut t Q eomm te cawde pie Vic e Prel de Cs u -e Of- t _mes tf ate-r iis alp M.. Me-- t is t
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I he t authorities OB the r that s had l their ma delivered on H, ..ea:mo dll na.s Joh a Arch _a-

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S. Country Yeterday by vealed Fact That Schools

FIRE SALE The experts. Are'Crowdcd.


i THAT IS The Board of Public Initruction
SM Three Interetng, instructive held its monthly session yesterday
SBa S m sessl-ea of the ftiuters! t ntRute were Inorning in the office of Supt. Cook
held yesterday ai maNy personas in- with all of the members present Re-
SjB[ TO.DAY;* terested In farming and planting were ports from the various teachers and
present. from the superintendent, us well as
S4m b te lV ta The Irst Sesfon was held at Whit- routine matters, formed the principal
S- mire's school house, near Perry Pass, business to come before the body.
.a this Oppt oaortnity and was attended by about 60 per- These reports ,revealed the fact
some, including pupils -ad teachers of that some of the schools are badly
the school located at that place. crowded, especially in the city. Some
The meeting was presided over by teachers have more pupils than they
a o "Uncle Cal" Tippin, and the speakers can instruct, while some of the large
%B P mU HI T* were Prof. P. If. Rolts, George Mack- grades caused the small -chool rooms
"" _ ness and D .K. MoQuarrie. The speak- to become overcrowded. The matter
era had the same Ae Jay was discussed at length, and finally
pIevious a d-wer listened to very at- left with Supt. Cook to equalize,
Sy elyr C.. C. remt tendered the which he will endeavor to do at once,
7 w ie of .his automobile to convey the thus relieving the present situation.
knkers and their -escorts to this The City Enrollment. .. lThe enrollment in the clty schools
.. .. 3 >-. w.'' '-At' 3 p-p. In. yesterday a second ses- is very large, *while report from
-. 3. 3 f J-ysim a of the institute was conducted at those of the country schools which
SLA VkMt to her o M home D- Myrtle Grove, which was presided are open are to the effect that the
M AIk.AVi* f 1 4 ltivet MAtU -ver by G. A. Waterman, secretary of attendance is very good. The city
S. V0ld.44 U I -IhntdA te Chaamber of Conm e. The white schools have a total earoll-
St t Wih Mi WeWl G rsMde. dmses were as follows: DIverslfled ment of 1,599, and the colored of
SPFarming," Prof. P. Rolfs; "Home 1,004. The enrollment of the white
.. *iW. USWkSu erU a -t Dalrying," D. X. McQulrrie; "Shade city Vchools Is as follows:
I; 0 b.ogir A U MMgn away, with Tobacco," Corge Mackness. About School No. 1.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 565
t litNOrs 1 wt Orwsaus, if IS 6 people atmSled this meeting. School No. 2. ......... .. ..284
,4 ty -='lho vwlt. Last NIMhtf Metina. School .o. 27 ........ .. .. 74
O 0 n accent of the inclement-weath- School No. 40 .. .. .. 190
SAta, tmave or last night the seostona the insti- School No. 70 .......... 180
agent tthe Unlola fa*e'tute held In thecourt house resolved School No. 74 .. .. ... .. .. 211
a L. D. Iomes, travel ltItelf Inte an i4torial dlscuaslon of School No. 80 .. .... .. .. .. 105
Sg t a the Cly Steamhlp the subjects allhset b overed by the
r ag'~mS the railroad men In. speakers. Upon r*4uest of G. A. Total .. .... .... .-1.59
t U1n ytomy slawa. Waterman, wbf asked to be excused, Colored Schools.
.- .N. B. Cook lttreolued the speakers: Schol No. 3
,Sm i t WaMtlerat The sesaien last night cocudes the School No. 31.. .. ... .... .. .. 205
S7 at series of farmers' nsttues conducted School No. 44..............76
1- I ..j;l. .the .miaJnmum wa- in Escambla eennty this week under School No. 52 ............. 203
0 OS pin at 6 9. im. IAt year on the auspices of the Chamber of Con- School No. 54 ............103
"*VheOW.#ate*0 the )pwJOn.l.m*-a 85 mere. School No. 55 ...... ......144
-W48 *6 thAe miedu 72. degrees. The following canl, iued yesterday, School No. 86. ....., ..... 100
t bc~eu11- '.f0r. th explain the object of the special ,4
II. aS2 the. average minimum meeting to be .held In the Chamber Total .............. .1,004
l "g,.at D. rci :, of Commerce at 11 a- m. todcy:

% iI~tYUaa Dear Sir: u' Oct.
the d"eteo r You Zow thtthe& of the p, OLDI -
r e a and ealo f -has. s rpasseed his pa" Winrthis
a *am sesWf-W 4wr c"ponty -andothatm this y can not hove
teI rc"e s .to be 'much more than at present un-
w .ith I S" total a ot letA Ihe surrounding country And s-
W ted 7.peclally, this county, is agriculturally
o w.s e arged wit oup- That factor in agriclture which of-
g Sry 2nspector NORo. ifens probably the greatest profit is to-
th Is a e at hsutye was aued bacco culture, but tobacco is a very Applying Themselves to the
15' and cnhs ,An tei recorder's eut expensive crop to ratim, and require*
S yesterday. experL- laowlefte as well as money Work at Local Fortifi-
,e e rs t rhl outlay. Therefore, unless the farmer Wo a
fo coueses1-. -soa Archie colrod I both competent to rais" the crop,
trt wit2 hee g a .plse tthe And assured of a market when the Ctios.
.... of gambUnlg and also for on- c40p. i ralsed,-his possibly -reat
1 n i a S -ame of cb h2a rW' P- profits become heavy logs.
dt e r yTed in the re 'oe s .If the city. and country co-operate, Close attention to details and
e y rfng until tr a tobacco crop wqrth hundreds of promptness to obey orders character-
c ise1 alhl.,hO .ainalt JohnB thousands. ofdollars, perhaps a mil- zed the actions of the state troops in
.t. Colost ws also COtinu e lion, or even more, of profit annually camp at the local forts yesterday. It
SYou do not ne s to be told the ad- meat and the program for the day
Swa ay day with the vantages to this city. and to everywas gone through with In a manner
rmines st*dauel at the navy yard. business man In the city, i s edently such a evidently satisfactory to the officers
WHEN YOU DISCRIMINATE state of affairs can be brought about, of both the regular army and state
When you leara what a vast differ- Mr. George Mackness. former U. S. troops.
ace there Is between ordinary ex- tobacco expert of the of thedepartment Yesterday evening at 6 o'clock a
tracts and the superior Blue Ribbon, agr'iclture, and BOW a SueCessful to- squad from each company was grant-
pothing but Blue Ribbon wll satisfy bacco planter en'a Tery large scale in ed pennission to come up to the city.
ou. .. Leon county, has consented to give many of them calling on friends and
or the benefit of his experience anil acquantances. The time of their lib-
__ observations, and will address the erty expires at 6 o'clock this morn-

miOT | H 1 PAN Meree tomorrow, Friday. October 9th, The following program will be ob-
K-tr Ihat me mberser of teee CCaod oafBCNn-lug
-4 dl Iim CommUerace. He will Imnt out reason 8 a. m.sBattery Worth sub-calibre
alapt. w w hy the farmers should not raise to- practice.
S bacco under present conditions, and S:30 to 10 a. m.-Drlll at all bat-
show what should be done In order tries except battery Worth. (Last
f S_ IIII- al J*IIto justify the farmer in going into half hour fire command drill).
I | Itobacco culture. II to 11:45 a .m.-Non-comnmission-
At the request of the agriculture ed oficers' school at all batteries, con-
-*"- "-" committee of the Chamber of Corn- ducted by regular officers.
This A"IB T H s een Do. called for tomorrow, ana I am directed teries. (Last half hour fire command
to urge you. and every other member drill.)
hated by Citizens to the to be present. Matter of as vital 7:45 to 9 p. m.-Drill at all bat-
and vast importance as the possible series.
S tobacco crop of Escambla county re
Sc iKXMquire that the members of the Chain- A BANQUET
ber of Commerce give their attention spread before you would do you no
to them. .' good if you couldn't eat- What good
0tTpt. N. B. Cook has placed 1a the Very truly yours, can food do a child when as soon as

beak to the credit ao the school book G. A. WATERMAN, it enters it's stomach it < eaten by
fa the sum of $11.50, the amount Secretary. worms. That's the reason your baby
sted sau ttreed ovSer to h Is ailing, cross, pasty faced and thin.
m .mtmed ofer to ity w THE FUNERALOF Give it Whites Cream Vermituage. It
, 2t efSh s of the city, who T EF N Rwill expel the worms and act a aa
desire to assist in the raising of snu- MRS. KATE WILLIAMS tonic for the child. 25c. 50c and $1.00
iKMt mtey for the purchase of a bottle.
books or the poor children of the The funeral of Mrs. Kate Williams. Sold and recommended by W. A.
c.ty. ThW amount is in addition to who passed away Wednesday at the D'Alemberte, druggist ad po'r-j',
that wAIh has ben donated through home of her daughters on East Zar- 121 South Palfox ateet. Pensacola
The JifBnal. ragossa street, occurred yesterday af- .la.
'tL Cook also has a quantity oa terneon, a large concourse of sorrow-
chiool book whlh he intends distrib- lug friends and relatives following PHILLIPS'S CASE
*ttag &nowg the poor elildren of. the the remains to their last resting T CL D
eity th apply for them. place. NOT CONCLUDED
____.___I_____.-- The funeral services were conduct.
ed at St. Michael's church by Rev The case of J. Harvey Witherspoom
Father Fullerton and from there the Philips, charged with embezzlement,.
cortege move to St. Michael's ceme consumed the entire afternoon of yes-
tery, where the remains were interred. terday in County Judge Bellinger's
%qM IC & court and will be taken up again thi
ASSOCIATION TO morning at 10 o'clock.
--T. FA lady on one of the oceas liners
S*The meeting at the School Ilprove- who seemed very much afraid of ice-
meot Associatlon, which was to have bergs asked the captain what would
f OOd S -tm- U---- been held teday, .as been changed, happen in case of a collision.
-f au wi be held next Friday after- The captain replied: *The iceberg
aoon at public school No. 1. would move rigat along, mada jWt
S* Hereafter all meeting are to be a. if nothing had happened." and the
"T*e s a Remsmg L held on the third Friday of each old lady seemed greatly relieved.-
I m ,t o we. W e in -meth, instead of the second Friday. Success-
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The Biggest Hit at the Base-Ba Game

is made by the pure, refreshing, delicious, Oriegnal Pure
Food Drink-

Everybody drinks it, players and specratos alike. Nothing tastes so
good when you're hot, tired and thuisty as a glass of speaking PEPSI-
(OLA. It's just pure, fresh fruit juices, acid piwi*4sate and ppsin--oothing
more. Sold at all soda fountains, 5c. a glass. At your grocer's, 5c. a bottle
B.ware of inmt*tioa.1i PEPSI-COLA is guaranteed under the U. S.

GoWernent Serial No. 3813.
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The Roiiwa of Today Have Become Successful
Tillers of the Soil-The Black Hand Va-
riety as "Bogy Men."

(Exclusive Service Charities and The
Commons Press Bureau.)
The Italian as a farmer. He is
thought of as a day laborer, a fruit
vender, a member of a section gang,
a "black hander," but not often as an
But nevertheless any individual or
group interested in developing the
farming districts of the United States
would do well to study the Italian con-
tadini as a valuable contribution to the
farming industry. Such investigation
need not involve a journey to Italy,
as there are numbers of Italian truck
and fruit farms scattered through New
England. and in close -proximity to
New York City, as well as here and
there through the south and west.
These farms prove beyond any ques-
tion that as an intensive cultivator of
the soil the Italian cannot be beaten.
Near South Glastonbury, Connecti-
cut. are about seventy farms owned by
Italians. The first pioneer of this in-
teresting colony was John Carino, who
came to South Glastonbury sixteen
years ago to cut railroad ties for the
,New Haven and Hartford railroad. At
the end of two years he had saved
enough to purchase a small farm and
send for his family. Every member
of the family toiled early and late un-
til the place yielded enough income to
enable him to buy more land, and
now, fourteen years from the date ot
his first purchase. M:. Carino owns
1,500 acres, all, with the exception ot
a small wooded portion, under the
highest cultivation. There are peach
orchards and apples, plums and pears.
Grapes are grown in quantity and also
a variety of small fruits and vege-
This year, if nothing unrorsoen oc-1
curs, he expects to market 20.0Uo0
bushels of peaches. His two eldest
children are attending school in Hart-
ford and no doubt will go to college
Some twelve years ago. J. H. Hale.
of South Glastonbury. ithe largest,
peach grower in New England), de-
cided to employ an Italian, one Luigi
PIro, on his place. The neighbors
shuddered and prophesied a tragic end
for the entire Hale family.
Today this same Lulgi Piro is part-
ner with Mr. Hale in one of the most
unique orchards ever grown in Amer-
ica. As time passed Mr. Hale ,rew
more and mote to confide in Piro's
judgment, so that when he advised
converting a 400-acre lot (which hae
always been considered by Americans
"too 4lncult" to grow anything ono
Into a combination peach and app!-?
orchard, Mr. Hale decided to take the
plunge. It required a gooe deal of
blasting to dispose of the rocks and
stamps, but that accomplished, the

soil was absolutelW virgin and ideal
for fruit growing. Between the apple
trees are planted peaches. The space
allows for a twenty year growth of
the peach trees when they will have
finished bearing for market purposes.
By this time the apples will have ma-
t-rred so as to require more room, the
peaches will be removed. After the
product of this orchard has reim-
bursed Mr. Hale for his outlay, with
ten per cent interest, he will deed
one-half of it. or 200 acres, to Piro.
He prophesies that this will be accom-
plished in less than ten years, and
that he and Piro will then each own
an orchard worth $50,000, over and
above all cost. "Luigi said it would
grow like h-1," exclaimed Mr. Hale,
"and, by Jove he's right!"
The natives around South Glaston-
bury 'speak well of the Italians as
neighbors, although in the beginning
they had to make their way against a
wall of Yankee prejudice. They are
anxious to give their children educa-
!Ional advantages. At Matson Hill.
South Glastonbury. stands a little
white school house which will servo"
as an illustration. In Connecticut the
country schools are assessed by the
tax payers of each district. so that the
apportionment for school tax is voted
by the men who pay it. In a New
England farming district such as we
are describing, the results in former
years were obvious. The school
house was little better than a ruin.
The roof leaked, the windows were
broken and it needed paint. Year af-
ter year a meting was called to con-
-ider its restoration, but any such
proposition was regularly voted down.
Gradually however, the Italian land
owners gained strength and the mo-
ment they controlled the majority
vote they demanded a new school
house. Many of them contributed
lumber from their farms aid more
gave their services towards its con-
There are now thirty-two children
who attend this school, thirty of them
Italians. A young American girl is
teacher, She enjoys teaching the little
Italians and the parents cannot do
enough to express their appreciation
for the effort she it putting into her
work. In winter the men turn out
and shovel a path for her through the
woods, cutting off a detour of about
two miles she would otherwise have
to walk.
And now for the '-bogy man." the
treacherous Italian of tradition. con-
cealing a stilleto in one pocket and
a bomb in the other, ready to do you
with one or both on the slightest pro-
vocation. Like the "little darkey in
bed." when you turn down the blanket.
I -reckon him not dar."



F. S. Mellen & Co., Agts. I

There are bad Italians and there are
bad men of every nationality, but in
no greater proportion. The gentry of
black hand notoriety confine their at-
tentions almost entirely to fellow
countrymen. They are not looking
for jobs on farms and seek ever the
city and the crowd. As a rule, the
Italian. if only treated fairly, i gen-
tle, loyal, and very responsive to kind.
If only a few simple rules are fol-
lowed, there need be so trouble ia
getting the best results from their la-
bor and they will prove a valuable as-
set to agricultural America. But these
rules are potent and Americaas will
find them well worth their attention.
Never try to mix Italians from difer-
ent provinces. You might better at-
tempt to fuse oil and water. If you
wish an agriculturist, get a contadini,
a farmer. He may have drifted to
the city, but his place is on the land
and you will find him taking to it like
a duck to water.
The Italians are gregarious. They
prefer to live in little villages, as they
do in Italy, while they cultivate out,
lying plots. The lonstly farm hase
has no attraction for the Italias em
or women. Their houses need oely
be of the most primitive =osstrctio
to begin with. They wll be sure to
Improve them as time gos o. Their
forte is intensive faraiag, so that a
small acreage near a good market is
to their and your benefit. Be careal
to select a thoroughly reliable aqnsy,
which will assist you in chooeimg just
what you want.


S. Mail Lauch

SJames Jersald, Capt.
Leaves lantang eney. Weaneday and
PrC sy 1at a: rguiar step
ttHurai Marymtmo Cwsp W-m,
Thursday and Saturday t a. .L ar-
ltvitg Pmin ia l:S 0in.L

Follow these few simple rules and
believe me you will soon bear the
music of golden eagles as they jiagle
in your pockets, while contact wit
these sanny hearted IAtms will bring
your buried youth babbinag to the sar-
face. The years will fal away by
decades and verily you will be a boy
again, although you aY not look tb
part. At least. this Is the reit 1
have ebuerved In i ee who were met
happy in their trentmmt ofethItdlu
and who were a result gttiag goo
returas ia every wvy.
A l et of old eTI, m
tied up in neat baiM foi
alebc a bundle,at TheJeaw.



The feed that costs the least, but

yields the best results,


The feed that fills the milk pail and

the owners pockets,

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I ~)IJ O- -

Political Chfta M ey

to Conduct the Presidential Fight


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Pham&. t~i1Room,31L Duinas QficeISM. %7

?31sAooLA. m~owLDA, FRIDAT URNiNG.Out ubam3. 1908.


r. T, gavesnt Fish, late president
or tsamblans Central sRalrd, Is re-
S arted to have said some very goo
things in a speech recently made at a
?' nquet at Orange, N. J. Mr. Fish
--e-.." aid:
s cea test is ao longer between
those who ave and those who have
W-' not. but between those on the one
bwd who have moderately, suMcent-
Sly aad even -tuuft y. and oa the
c. ethr thes wbo throu the use ol
Trust fnads and the power Incident
Sthereto, seek by questleamle prac-
Stees to have excessively. This is the
S asm which is daily breaht into every
Sborne tn America. LiMe taxation with-
i nt representatsla. it Ifvolves moral
a t ethical qauestlo. w ad se strikes
A the iocketbook, which has been
ali t sure road to the Anglo-
*aB's heart. It will not down.
Go ret sad repeated eforts have been
$N3UW to qaet and hash the clamor
vwhle is rising on this subject. Such
efoErts may s fooeed for a time. but
04 tIla the en. -It Is not for me to
var. In the wrds of Patrick -Henry,
4908et w any ary peas, p but
4M tere is ao pnie, a or yet, 'Sall we
3 Be supinelyn o ur taoks uatil the
r i R o. a tmo.sai times no! 1
*e ot and will not ilr your minds
K, 'vap to sease of wrsagIg. Sac is not
pw pose, nor is this the Srum for
\ appSl against unjust wealth. Tou
e, a I -arv too large a stake in it to
,' ik adding to the danger into which
st he been Ibaught by the malfeas-
ones of some of our agents. What 1
do want is to bring to yonr a-ttetion
the lest that no apparently effctive
'ta h As heaM doae to right the
which are"ogwo to s aist, ad
__ = i t rests with us. the great middle
_..---ias, to meet this Issue as our fath-
ers mMt those which confronted them
Soberly, advisedly sand la fear at God.
Let us do and say nothing rah, but.
: telig upon past experience, move
ftoard as people who 'know their
ights, and knowing dare maintain.' *
Mr. Plah declared that a moral Is-
se Is ainvolved, dad he wazed elo-
est aa 'quoted from Patrick Heary.
It Is a Wole speech. Mr. Fish is one
at the rich men of-the country-at
Uast, he would have been considered
Iob a few years ago, although he may
o t be-rich when his wealth is mea&
S- red aist the wealth of some ot
S our magnates. He has recently had
S some experience with the mealpula-
te rs of the railroads and he was
Orted la the contest. 'His defeat
mbeo s .have opaed his eyes- as to-
S what is goag o ia this oamutry, and
be soads a note of waraisg4 The
SAboM e i makes this protest Is one
the signs of the times. There Is
f to antagaham in this country to
S iWest wealth, no matter how much
k -Sa akes, if he markes it.honestly
and gives to society an equivalent ser-
S vie. We will be protected nl the en-
SoIrneat of his wealth. There is a
Sease of justice among the American
people to which the successful man
ean appeal if his success is erited.
but It Is time that a distinctif was
made betwene money honestly- accu-
alated and money which has been
tolea. It Is time that the honest men
who have made fortunes In legitimate
business separate themselves from
S I predatory clause sad oto with the
tr smec in putting an end to exploits-
S ic.. A few years age many of the
s"aI busianees ien felt tiat they
S isst take the side of the Mig flAa-
lea 'They are learning that the big
Sasmelets are a class by themselves.
and that their schemes contemplate
the eariehamet of the few at the ex-
Seae sof the many.
IFM: i7sh probably regards its expul-
os tr*a the Illinois Centra director-
ate as a misfortune, but it that mis-
'urtag makes him ana apostle of re-
S fona, the public may well redolce over
: the mlIsfortuae. Mr. PFsh has been

o a the aside, and he know
thita of the methods of t
S whe have hben syndicating e
p aserity and onepellaag
Partsime of the country.
eaijnce prompt him to sp
to speak often. If he has ma
ages Mike the one recently v
The -_publesn are now th
g and it other evid
this were not sam tent. the a
Made yVt'rdaj that Taft t will
aK t ~e sams 'maW ualcts a

rs some-
id. men
the op-
May his
Oak, and
ie mes-

umace ot

asemgh to convince even the most
skepttial that Taft's managers now
realise the tread of sentiment to Mr.
At any rate, the dust nuisance hes
been eliminated.
Hearst's premised further exposes
appear to have been frost-bitten.
On form, we'll bet a million on the
Cube in the world's championship
Bryan and Taft will now have to
surrender the spot-light to the base-
ball stars.
That fril-dly rain yesterday saved
the polideal desecration of beautiful
Seville square.
'Taft yesterday talked of traasportar
tioe. This ought t be rather a weighty
problem for him. .
Joseph Brown's great victory in
Georgia doesn't look much like a
%ireak in the "solid south."
We believe we'd as soot be Joe Can-
non as the umpire of that Chicag j-
New York game yesterday.
We appear to have the champion of
South Florida feminainity driven into
a corner with our proposal to show

The Georgia state fair opened yes-
terday in Atlanta. Corn and malt
products are not among the chief ox-
The country will have to go through
another' day without being saved. The
republican "rally" had to be deferred
until toongbt.
With Bulgaria dependent, Bosnia
and Hersegovala abnexed to Austria
avd Crete gone over to Greece, there
sees to be nothing of Turkey left but
a little of the breast.
Jacksonville has set -a commendable
example la respqet to the treatmeatsot
the long suffering hack horses in that
city which should be followed by
many other cities sad especially by
this city. The poor patient dumb
brutes are seen. t enatintous service
day and might and it should be the
business of some authorized person to
know whether the animals get any
rest at all out of harness, proper care
and enough to eat. Jacksonville now
has a special ecer paid by the city
to look after the hacks and drays, and
aseh an aMe. is needed In this city.
Some of the dilapidated vehicles
drawn by limping sad rawboned horses
that meet the gase of incoming pa-
sengers at the union depot must cre-
ate anything* hWt a favorable impres.
sion of our eity. If there is any way
to do It such conveyances should be
elImnated from the transfer business.-

A duaderheed is an obtuse individ-
ual who thinks any kind of millinery
is stylish that looks nice.-Dallas
: The brand of gager the president
ues, Maoreeve, oantains a liberal mix-
tare of tabasco, sneesweed, and pep-
per gras!-Wasbangton Herald.
A woman 70 years of age married
a man 26 years of age at Johnstown.
N. Y. Yes, he admitted that he need-
ed the money.-Atlanta Georgian.
A good figure is a fine asset, de-
clares Miss Elizabeth White, who is
managing the fashion exhibition.
There is no kind of a corporation
that is safe from attack in these
times.-New York Evening Sun.
The men whom I have seen succeed
best In -life have always been cheer-
ful pad hopeful men, who went about
the& business with a smile on their
faes sad took the chances of this
mortal life like men facing rough
and smooth alike as it came.-Charles
A lady subscriber In Wharton tells
us to advise all people that sugar
saturated with coal oil will cure sore
that. We do not doubt the escacy
of the'remedy, but we fancy that
uader existing conditions the average
man would ratherf have diphtheria
than to meokey with any remedy havy-

A MesRo. Roaevelt d aBrY are
Neither Side M large wrt about i onlars each to
.... _ r iw J_ their respective a-umpogsD from the
Donations of Siws viewpoint of distributing printed mat-
of War. It boen eebn awiin eoug to
the managers. ts having their plams
utterly darrae4. They cant com-
pete with the two big molse. They
WALL 3-xrKfJr IS might as well shut up shop while the
boiler factories gre in operation.
HOLDING ALOOF Neither e ha a is etire-
ly pleased wit the development.
Each had a scheme of campaign laid
out which he thought was pretty good.
The Financial Stringency at But neither can inguence his big
chief now.

Headquarters of Both

Parties, Real Thing.


:j' .

would be half so certain of being Among the birds the ,was lives to
read. be the oldest, i extreme eases remak-
Big Campainer .. lan 300 years. ..Te falWop as a-es
So t. can safel be nut dAwn that lknwn to liv *'Awv 1-0 veans.




Frank L. Mayes and B. S.

Bernard Purchase Me-

ridian Dispatch.

eatlly as*wed Ia Japan. on his way/
t toh United States. He is mskl=I4


--A Reverie-

Dove-tinted, urban-bred, secure,
Nowise self-centered, quite self-sure,
Priestess of Business, Office nun,
And yet her girlhood scarcely done I

That balanced poise of confidence
Is yet young maider. Innocence, .
Whose deep gray eyes undreaming wait
The woman's dearest boon from Fate.

My reverie ,though it vision plain
Her lucency, can not retain
The radiant smile, with humor fraught,
But quick repressed,as if she thought
It wrong to let her seniors guess
That Mirth may visit business,-
Yet flies it back in utter charm,
As if to smile weren't really harm.

It is that smile which brings surprise
Jumping to my delighted eyes,
And makes my heart so yearn she were
Absorbed in Woman's natural care.

Cupid, though growing gray I be,
Incline her heart, that I may free
Her life from office drudgery !
--Collier's Weekly.

: Attention Democrats :

* The Bryan-Kern Club of secamble county has perfected perena-
* meat organitvtion sad the name of every democrat should be upon 4
Sits meberahip flt It costs motuag to }ota but the preseaee of y
s name on the roll will be a valuable aset of the club for the r 4
* that the primary object of the or-gn-Sation is to roll up a mUaUt 4
* democratic vote in the comag electioU.
If you will sign the membership coupon found below sad mai 4
0 the same to the secretary your ame wil l be placed 0ft them mber-
Ship Itst. *4 4
* Huandreds of aames are etmi added to the membership n1st 4
* each day. Sand in your name. ,..
SW. C. Moare, Secretary Bryna-Kern Club,
S Box 484, Pmassea, Fla. 4
* Sir: I am tr Bryan and KerP. Pleas earoll me as a me3o -
* ber of the Bryea-ern Club. I shall work and vote for Bryan *ad
Kern in the coming election.
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Thk. Means an All-Water- Inland Route
Between Mobile and Penacola, Across Baldwin Co.. Ala

Inland Water East to the Florida Penulaw-

Editor Peniacol Journal--Pleaae have me mll3ad a m er o
the Gule oast IId WaterwaAaodation.
Enclosed aad $2 tor Y7 5 6rridual .iyberhip dog UN.
(Note-If pa)MeOtR= It not i smlec. ueraftb t -the :11M
above and the treasurer, G. A. WatrUma. will -l to arStet)

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More Cash Necem-arv Thanks for Pertit.
To P h_ a . n The ensaencogm-ournsl, o e of Flor-
1TO PUSh l rpgR ida's most progressive newspapers
and a staunch supporter of William
Jennings Bryas. has the Advocate's
Thisw I a polticti eamigs pIt n thanks for a portrait of the great dem-
Wk-h little money is being spent
by the Republicans or Democrats. Operatic leader.-Wauchula Advocate.
Wall street. it is said.s taking --
only slight interest and does not Must Do Our Duty.
intend to give upmuch cah. 9 Every newspaper man who does his
Lack ofmone s regarded as constantly making somebody
vorable to Taft s chances. duty is constantly mang somebody
Chairman Hitcheock does not mad. Although he realizes this is in-
expect to be able to rate a large evitable, yet no true newspaper man
SCauwal ^findanid he bag f ever intentionally woilaf t another's
f lIhtcae ..d "r feelings, to take a step that he does
leaders ay that the president not consider necessary for the public
and Bryan are furnishing the sen- good.-Sanford Herald.
natims of t the n aaina& the
Snewspaper. are furnishing the t- Houston Goes to Miam.
t Harry 0. Houston, for several years
past the mainstayt of the editorial
---- work on the Miami tveming Metropo-
lis, has severed his coanection with
New York, Oct. 8.-There isn't any that paper to accept the place of night
money, and there isn't going to be editor on the 'Miami Moraing News-
Record. Now watch that paper im-
any. prove in appearance and grow in cir-
That's the conclusion gathered from culation under his skilled, manage-
an investigation of financial condition. ment. The change s1 a good omen for
at bot republican and democratic the News-Record.-Titusville Star.
headquarters and Inquiry into opinion -
in "the street" where the money Pensacola as a Cotton Market.
comes from. Prom The Peanacola Journal of last
The "street" says it isn't going to week we learn tlat Pensacola cotton
give up any money. It is very positive buyers are prepati Ato g Mobile one
on this point. It has a funny way of better In marketing the cotton crop of
figuring this section, to-wit: West Florida
"If neither committee gets any real and South Alabama. Pensacola cotton
money Taft will be elected," said a dealers will advance the farmers 70
man in touch with the power?. "He per cent. of the market price of cot-
will be elected because tne republi- ton at date of delivery iad then store
cans are able to make a tight decent and hol the cotton for a rise in price,
campaign without any money. T:ie subject to orders of the farmers.
Charles P. Taft millions 1 I be able charging only 20 cents per bale for
to make up any deficit which a reason- storage and -tsqrance. This strikes
able c-mp-ign will Involve, ad every us as an exceedingly liberal offer in
body knows they'll do it. If It weren'the lght o w.t Moble and other
for Charles P. some money would be cotton buying cqaters propose to do
forthcoming. Not so much as in other for the farmer, oet our West Florida
years, but ?ome. As he can well atord ort and e rket It will pay ourthem to
to npot upn what's the use? ort and Xarke* It will pay them to
"O corse," went onthe man of the do so, we-think.o-Holmes County Ad-
street, "there's a reason. If things 'Use
should take a turn which seemed 4o As Others See Our Water Sytem.
make it pretty certain that Bryan An addition "l Solag made to the
was going to be elected his people Pensacola water works plant which
would be able to get some mosey. It will make It tWi'the' sie It -s. A
would be a sort of propitiatory offer- feature of this plat, as renodelcSl.
ing. But as matters stand it look as is that it will be operated by con-
if Taft would be elected comfortably pressed air. The air will be com-
if neither side got any money. We pressed by san ngi.e and pumped Into
wouldn't be much more sure of it it a reserve tank and ran thence to the
we contributed, and so we save tCe pumped. Sotneofr the latter are at a
money and get what we prefer." distance from te man plant ad the
' Stringency at Headquarters. condensation and leakage of steam
There is no doubt about the tinan- resulting from the length of piping re-
clal stringency at both headquarters. quired has made the cost of fuel con-
It's the real thing. There was a &siderable. There will be but little of
story that the ghost failed to walk at this trouble with condensed air, it is
republican headquarters Saturday believed. As ~el air Is Just as useful
night, but it wasn't true. Everybody as hot air, no outside help will be
was paid. Then there was a report needed to work the works.-Jackson-
that a lot of people had been laid ville Times-Uniop.
off at both headquarters; and this
was In a way true. But both aead- SHELDON 1S SANCTIFIED.
quarters gave about the same explama-
rtero gave a of itut Sheldon has been to Washington
"In other campaigns," it was said and Roosevelt bas sent him away
at republican headquarters, "It a man with an immunity. bath.
was put on a given job and didnt Like the faithful Mohammedan who
make good, why. he was moved on to enters and leaves a mosque, hehas
some other work; it wasn't considered been cleansed, purfted a sauctifed.
good form to fire him because he bad Hereafter Sheldon, ean receive money
not alt job by reason of some siort from corrupt so s, t the tolfh
of pull with some of the management. hiis hands which have beeh made I
and had to be taken care of. e8"-hs capable of wr i by the totte
salary went on whether he was do of Roosevelt's hasnwill make tie cakh
lag any work or not. But they're not as pure awik rgin e l .
being hired taat way this time, and What boots it if S~Ohi is &a act-
some of them have been droppne be- lve moving spirit in sonle of the moat
cause they didn't know "how." infamous trusts in the United States?
Over on the demooratc side te Has hee not stood and talked face to
explanation was that "we didn'tt need fece with T, Roosevelt?
'em all Just at this time and let some Sheldon may. have been mixes
of 'em drop out." But the financial with the whisky trust and with a steel
situation is credited with much re- company that is the malgaaat enemy
sponsibility for the shortening of of organized labor. Sheldon may have
forces. been the head devil of the oil group
Hithoclk's Prediction. of banks in New York city. Sheldon
Chairman Hitchcock's view, months today is truly eminent, truly good,
ago, is beiag borne out by develop- and truly holy because e has stood* tn
meats of the campaign. He told the His Presence at the White House.
conferees at Colorado Spriags, right If any man hereafter criticizes Shel-
after the Denver conventIon, thathe don, let him beware. That man be-
didn't expect much money -sa thd ere- comes a candidate immediately for
fore proposed a- sort harmp e- the Down and Out Clubr. the Ana-l
paign. The state leaders there gather- Club. or the In Bad Club. and aIf
ed agreed with him. and th-. ps was talks too much T. Roosevelt will put
adopted. Well, it Noah had predicted him In all three clubs.
a wet season, ad advised folks to This s a campaign of splendid by-
patch up taeir rain coats early, e poerisy. Be a successful servant of
would have been in line with the facts trusts and corporations, keeplbe pub-
which the deluge afterward developed. lic from getting the actual goods on
Likewise Chairman Hitchcock was in you keep your letters from Standard
line; but he didat realize that it was 'a from Hearst bright yong
going to be a deluge. men, get an appointment on the re-
However, it doesn't seem to make publican national committee, staad
eo much difference. The president pat, and under the acgis of the Roose
and Mr. Bryan are furnishing the veltian code of political morals, you
campaign, and the newspapers are are a distinguished and patriotic citto
providing the literature. let's see. en working for the good of our corn-
supposing one of these jolat-debate on cou ntr".
letters by the president or Mr. Bryan If. however, you happen to be for
gets printed all over the coaMtry-hot Bran and talk out in meetlg and
off the wire-alnd get read by 10,- make a charge that is Jamagla g, you
000.000 voters. Using peany potage are in danger of a Rooseveltia blast
it would cost $100,000 to get that which carries on its wMags death and
article sent to so many people, and it daMnation p... .. .hi.
wouldn't have half the chaace to be up with h-arisaism. Memphis
read that it does when it gets first Commercial-Appeal.
page in the newspapers. Add the cost A USEFUL TOOL.
of printing it and the almost tmOssl- Gyer-Lots of inventors never fall
ability of getting it by say other p. realize the importance of their invea-
cess to anything like aso many people, tioas.
and it will be apparent that te paW Myer-Doa't they?
triotic newspapers are ding a huge OGyer-No. Take the halia -r
service to the country, or at leat to example. It is said the 11
the campaign committees. Moreover, ever latended it to be used hi dima
the committees coualda't possibly get Ia the hair
any literature of their own make that '


Telegrams received yesterday morn-
ing from Meridian, Mls., told of the
purchase of the Meridian Dispatch by
Frank L. Mayes and B. S. Bernard ot
this city. had the Intention of the two
Pensacola newspaper men to assume
immediate control, conducting the
paper along the same lines as The
Journal. The paper is the only morn-
ing daily in Eastern Mississippi, and
is located in the largest city of the
state. Mr. Bernard will remain in Me-
ridian, Mr. Mayes returning to Pen-
The deal had been pending for sev-
eral weeks, and Messrs. Mayes and
Bernard, who bad paid several visits
to Meridian, left here Tuesday night
to close the deal for the paper, which
was done yesterday morning. The
plans are for Mr. Bernard to remain
in Meridian in active control of the
paper, while Mr. Mayes will return
to the city during the first portion ot
next week, or as soon as the organita-
tion of the editorial staff and other
forces on the paper is satisfactorily
Mr. Mayes is much impressed with
Meridian as a business city, and be-
fore leaving Pensacola Tuesday night
said of that city:
"Meridian, you know, is the largest
city in the state of Mississippi, hav-
ing a population of over 30.000 people,
It is entered by five systems of rail
roads; it has from forty to fifty paz-
seigelr trains daily in and out of its
magnileent union passenger station.
which by the way, Is one of the very
finest depots in the entire south; it is
the commercial metropolis of Mitsis-
sippi, having besides a number o!
large robbing houses in every line ot
meohbandlse. several immense depart-
meat stores which would be a credit
to a city of twice Its size; it has sev-
eral miles of paved streets and over
fkrty miles of permanent sidewalks;
it is in the heart of one of the most
productive cotton sections of the state
oft MIlssalppi and is therefore one of
the leading abltad cotton markets in
the entire south. In short, my Im-
pression of Meridian is that It is des-
tined in 'the very near future to be
one of the south's greatest and most
prospeous cities It is already the
prosperous center of trade for a large
section of the south's best agricultur-
al territory; iti railroad facilities are
uassrpassed; and its people are hus-
tlers with aa abundance of evic pride
aand. unlimited fath -In their city's
fatre. With all of these advantages,
sad many more which it would take
too mueh -@ your space to enumerate,
it is i possible for -Meridian to lag
in its owadt sad upward progress,
and the Dispatch proposes to take its
pvie Ia vn d of the progres-
sive spirits of the town, and in my
opalm it can't fail to succeed as a
Mr. Derpard will be succeeded as
advetislag manager o -The Journal
by C. 8. Peters, of Cleveland. Ohio.
who, prior-to eomtag to hiis city, was
coneeette with large publications or
that ety, As advertIsag manager.
t !

% O Things

in the News

Metals get tired aa well as living
thins. a scentist declare-. Telegraph
wires are better conductors on Mon-
day than Saturday on acmunt of their
Sunday rest. ad a ret of three
weeks. adds 10 per cent. to the con-
ductivity ~t a wire.
- Zinc eiu are largely used in VI*
es, bat the ore expenive ones are
We of copper, and cost as much as
3S9i, while a brouze sad copper
ea recently made for a Russian
arch-duke cost over $5,000.
The American stone, found in smasl
qpa titles near Colorado Springs, CoL,
is ,reat In demand. A fwrm in Gee
many ormdered all that could be pro-
cured. The tone is green in color
and hard as stint.
Th- center of population is the
United States in 1-- was six miles
southeast of Columbus. nlad. In l1i8
it was eight piles west by south of
Cinciat. Stace 1790 It has moved

The value of afl kinds of fish landed
in Umaind and Wales, in one year
is over 3JEsA.o sad the number or
men and boys employed over 4@,Wa
Ti O .et. 7.-Despite delalts Ia
15ut asars to b- iao uthrtty
SoI th UlMs m _i_.,, bes been perem-
tqdl uwaS'd by order of the 3m-
SDia-er sad will be sucela eed
by Cb Ma e Yew. The lItter re-

Governe---Albert W. Gilerist
Secretary of State-H. Clay Craw-
Attorney Gemerul-Park M. Tnua
Cewptroeler-A. C. Croom.
teas TsTes esr--W. V. Knott.
Si-I p I i -of PWlWC InstruoVle
-Wia. H. Holloway.
C- 1.1111 ofe Agricuwourl-f. t R
Rasreed C enmsiaeee- Royal C.
Jusies of the sup 0-e Court: !
Wn- A. Meeker.
Thee. M. Shackleford
"No to"-, -w:
C. L. WiggiIs.
Shlero- C. Va Pelt. "
clerk of U Ca. !.bboe.

Cemty I -nae-J. ZdL. Williams.
hl ak-alstN. B. Cack.
-ty -um -*-
JoIss of ace, Oiet. 2.-. L.
Cinstlmf ,ia 1-c4. P-Uebte.


in the stars of oftfteof turn espiue.
Otber reports have ft th* hIs rumni
Is duve to the lotfaqithatlm is memo"
to Cmawod Eus e press. owaegod
her mnubterin, n' hpoeumt mazwo
a grpeaterg 5 evehat h wil be
the future of 0h10.
Chmag Men Ye w Ijan-iR
86FAhoceedMr. W *WU D rm m.wo
fo"Werly, chanse" osarld
Kai n .. Itelamm 4 s nemoin-
bers of the (7*13 .opium Ciam*-f

At the reueftOc =W lmeal. nbto W
city amuSomuty. I bawsbrjmi--- lodS
as a caaluitw b a O FSfiW4
:. cvmtr = to t%* election
toC n .. And malkai~t ta
ya OanesofgIot=uuto

There is a Great

Deal of Comfort

And pleasure a well tie
resmt wei sy hars we me
eslli aft sM, $m sW ea ua

EWoMr us t as mma ed dl MpI
d psh ot 40M 002&

4vwry Amsrmcas sMiasn. We km
Vfi ye. ntoe* thmen am Ow
O keeplete c icr liine. -

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the trip in company with Tang SM
YI. a special eavoy of the emperor
of China who ha- boee seat by his
royal master oa a dtlomatic trip
around the woeri
While the Cinese government aas
repeatedly any intention of
recalling Mr. Wa. it appears certala
that such action is coatesplated and
that Chang Men Yew Is to be suc-
cessor. It is rumored ito diplomatic
circles here that Mr. Wu hAs been ta-
discreet in hMs relations with the pow-
ers that be in Wasuagtou. and that
upon his return to China he will be
stripped of much of the honor and
prestige heretofore aceorided him


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For Presidestai Electors;
H. P. easily,
P. W. Butler,
Robt. EL Davis,
Geo. C. Martin.
Samuel E. Pasce.
For ConDreMan:
J. Waler Keboe,
D. H. Mays.



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"*oft of Wtfty
6,98t a fhim&a Sstmikrs, 4,14.abomO

a* aL0 &MSctry club.

It jwse o'ive,
=. tod t0e beat;
mel ~at thfe fwtberm
hadthewsb~ee4trailAt my
4Meet.. b.komn wb

fetw-br agthe pbex;
s. bemrs vrdealt swftes.

SA-o ~who tas been
i ny has returned

.a triu eat cere Wed-
lo t the Prgress Clab.
e most delightfaully
SpSaumber of members

-r< OHRE 355? VAN LLA
^ Qi~jwl gah>abrand, tefare-
t v
he ambe t lo reetlamed by the
0416i rat e servm in expect-.
am' MW the 6M0W.m
= WSta t.e by the goverameat.

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absent Is ts JeOrnaL
Cottage Hl1 Oct..&-Mrs. Kerr and
children ave returned to Ml~,igan,
after a three week's visit here.
3rs. Judge IVOy is Imuch better,
after a few days. o( seknags...
The mall O of Mr. and Mrs. Todd
is sick with toaittls.
Mr. LLeee had the misfortune to
fall dwn stairs and break her arm
In two places as well as one bone of
her toot.
Barl Wtneberg, our barber, has se-
cured a position in Irmiham and
departed for that dty a few days
Mr,. Blnkaan' sister has arrived
tow 11M the tiater here.
.'ad Mrs. WUil Hazen left last
eveningg sr MIciga.
Mrs. MArriman, who has been very
sick for ome time, was last Bngu
taken to the besftal at Pensacola,
where it iJs hoped she will receive
peedy aAd permanent help. -
Or. Baldw, of Century, is a busi-
ess visifto, i our village today.
.The ftamer' institute was well at-
tended y.,te-day afternoon. The ses-
sion beaft a short one, was brim full
of good suggestions along the line of
general fa a.ig, cotton, cane tobacco
culture ad also dairying as a means
of improving. of farm lands was
urged. We hope that In the future
we may have a longer session.
Cottage Mill, Fla. Oct. 8.-Several ot
our cities and Suaday school work-
ers attended the convention at Mus-
cogee last Banday.
Ralph Reeve, who has been in the
north for some time, returned home
last week.
Miss Besle Hans.a was a visitor
here last S aday.
" Mr. C. W. Kerr and tamlly spent
Friday in 1esaaola.
Msa. jMatlwd the farmers' Insti-
hete Wd day a- much good
was derived from the meeting.
. W. Reeve and C. S. Wekmeier
traneated bulenss In Peasaeola Mon-
day and Tuesday.
School eaNge here last week.
Mrs. Chab. Kerr and children, who
had. beea ending the past three
weli n Ctoage 'Hill. started for their
home In Michigan Monday.
Mr. C. C. Wekmeler, recently of In-
dihan. ai put In a stock of goods.
CO ah H*I cnm now boast another
.Mrs. M. Mbarrymaan who has been
ill for spme time. was taken to Pen-
salela to a hospital Wednesday.
CO W father Advce.
to aU is to beware of coughs and colds
on the chest-as neglected they readi-
ly lead to mgnO oaea, consumption or
other pulmoary troubles. Just as
Moon as ti, odouh appear i treat it
with Ballarl's Horebound Syrup the
standard ce of America. Use as di-
re.-4d parigctly harmless. A cire
and preventive for all diseases of the
lungs. 63c, We and $1.00 per bottle.
sold and -ieco.hae&ded by W. A.
IYrARmberte. draggft and apothecary.
-11 South PalafoU street, Pensacola.

A citizen of culture and poetic
taste went to a public library and
asked for Shelley's "Prometheus Un-
He was rather taken back when
the librarian replied, with great haut-
"We don't keep any unbound books
In this libary."-Youth's Compan-


Early Fall

are coming in regularly. The_
specials that arrive daily wouid
make the housekeeper's mouth
Among the latest good things
to eat for which the pure food
store is noted are:
Farewell & Rhine's gluten
Dr. Johnson's "Educator"
Duret Olive Oil.
Henry Clay Flour.
Nnnaally'" Candy.
Chase & Sanborn's Teat and
Coffees in sealed tins.
We are exclusive agents for
most of the amove. which are of
national reputation.

Sol Cahn & Co.

Agents Niuftally's
Phones 3 = 0 and 178.

Jetas t is.,
loouo- mof -

v I-

Ceeos mlew thMi The delic-

of ~ t~ p te Luiase Wnd.Try
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Sf ttand Town |

The tellowilg extract Is take fr aklang if the United States were be-
alaby written by s- ey 'The troops ot the regular army and
c<-la boy to s lp.e: -o tmate lMtlUa mw in camp at the local
I am much rejoiced. 4deasI 4 3prts* were prepared to leave for the
Cle, that you sie coming to *Vmt city a a amemat's notice. Their
next Monday. I wil be at the ita- 0 ewISes WeM Jt_ 1e91ed0 however, as
tfn to meet the tran As yv havef t_ e W arit actu aUi the meA engaged
seen each o other for a l ittme, mv l im -work s r0 of alCac pride.
a ten-dolar WE In yougr d %- 3& .'W the bamefto-he ctrepondenf
I may easily recagnixe you.'" W60126 hii OWl "d Subscriber," we
a a a urm ? ftto th* m ew oomnAft A

The following corn ti between
two small boys sealed In the Plaza
was overheard yesterday:
"My father has bought a new set
of false teeth." said one of the boys.
"We, what is he going to do wit
the od ones?" asked the other boy.I
"Oh, I *pue," reped tihe tSt bay.
they'lll cut 'em down and make m
wear 'em."
SAt this writing, gaing through
glasses betoggled by bewilderment, it
Is possible to see ma en devorig
to discover land in the eastern part of
the city, said to be about six blocks
from. Palaftx street.
From observations taken in an air-
ship at a great attitude, engineers be-
lieve that the scene of operation ia
the weed jungle on East Roman
street. Old inhabitants of Pensacola
know nothing of this particular place
and expressed surprise at Its exis-
tence. One of them became very an-
gry when be was contradicted In the
statement that he had a knowledge of
the existence of tab new section of
the city.
Owing to the fact that the air-ships |
had to descend, It was Impossible for
the engineers to secure exact data,
but a hurried examlnatio6 of their
observations almost confirms the re-
port tant the newly disuvered, wsec
tion is on East Rumana street. It
is believed that this discovery will
change the map of the city.
On account of the excitement pre-
vailing among the occupants of the
air-ship, the aviator permtied the
ship to enter the Milky Way, where
the propeller became clogged with
butter. This caused the ship t des-
cend for the purpose of cleaning the
machinery. Another ascent will be
made today, when an effort will be
made to chart the wilderness. It is
stated that there is a saw-mill in the
vicinity of this land.
The axe is playing a prominent ,art
in this work. Some of the "giants"
of this forest of poppy weeds ae be-
ing cut down in their youth, otaer"
are "catching It" In their old age .
The fire department was beld In
readiness to assist In extingujtaghn
what was at first thought to be a
forest fire. It proved to be amoke
caused by the cremation of weeda.
If the accident to the air-ship as
noted above had not occurred, the
smoke would have caused the ensgi
neers to descend. Wireless toelegrsI
from ships at sea were receive here

tsr ate pymanufacturee o anmt e
ter law the manufacture of Panama



arris, Oct. &.--Our line here
from Peasseads to Boggy, Ia., is cer-
tainly on the boom as there are three
laUsiches on the run, our mail launch
tu, Capt. J-L Jerauld, the Belle.
Capt. J. W. Brooks: and Leanora. Capt.
D. M. Witherf. The Ruth comes up
MOeadys, Wednesdays and Fridays,
a" the ether tw6 'on opposite days.
The steamer Florida passed here an
her way to ?ensaeea Tuesday with a
large tow of Utimber.
Mrs. C. A. Ward and children left
Tuesday for their home at Gonzalez,
Miss Adelle McGuire. of Mobile, is
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. E. Mc-
Guire, for a few weeks. Mrs. McGulre
returned from Penapeola Monday ac-
companied by MISs Adelle.
The many friends here of Mr. Rob-
ert Vickery regret very much to learn
he has been suffering with a sprained
foot and ankle for the past two weeks
and hope he will soon be well.
We are very much In sympathy with
Mrs. W .C.- Pryor. of Camp Wilton.
during her spell of fever and hope she
will soon be able to be ameag her
many friends. -
Once more the Jernal must call the
attentlen et its subscribers to the pay-
ing of suhbcriptiUs to carriers.
Carriers are sk authorized to col-
lect for the Jours E Its only author-
ized collectsrsd in- Pansaeola are
Messrs. J. A. Wales,' Sam. M. Roach,
G. Lambrecht, John Gerkin abd Elmer
White. On the read the paper is rep-
resented by Chailes 't. Steward, C.
V. Porter and W. A. 4eaL
- aelpta aiga tby these genatlemen
wi be acknowledged by the office
but none other. -
Den't pay carriers..
XuRf A. SWU ,.
,, .Mar., Clalaton.
The Aevetenth- nilveraal 'tookery
ad foa exhkibltion of England will be
leld at the Royal Horticultural Hall,
Westminster, from Nov. 20 to Dec. 1.
There will be sectreas for foods aad
food products, cookery of all classes
and .dining-room accessories.

The Journarl Darty Fashion Feature

Long coats are to be th~ oeet style ths season, and many of the
carriage and calling costume fge. 1 0e, a made in coat eSoct, a-' is
the costume pictured ia he ma s i cut. ,
Dark blue chMM W hrsn-lh w uat for the model, which, with
its black and white striped -sers d cloth butts was omeaed
ingly chic. The line of bate aw the side ofat the Coat was very smart.
and new. as were the long alssen r ebuc M eh ch on cloth trimmed with
tiny blue satin buttons. Theip was a -litte "vestee" of shirMd blue
chiffon, finished at the top with a trw at tiny buttons, and the yoke was
tuckeCd L -c

OCTOBER 9, 1908.
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Cedric Brewer.

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It is a charming, fascinating love
story. The sad. atutes with all the
dash necessary far a good romantic
drama,. and the two sword fights give
Mr. Hackett an opportunity of demon-
strating his ability :o that direction.
It is a erl ow fact that the romantic
drama came into great popularity
some twelve years ago after a period
of banclal depgaelesh Whether, or
t, the A Oeeat eanaMlal depression
has aithlng to do with this revival
of this romantic drama, it will be4
dificlt to say. In any case it is
quite pla~hle to imagine that the
theatre-gote public would welcome
somethingg of the stirring and absorb-
lng type, such as "Zenda'" is. Mr.
acktt'ett's pr le ti is an unu-ually
good one. The company 1, above the
average, and containing as it does a
aumbea f at the acteMs who *agma

Messrs. B. C. Hall and J. J. Lee, of
Atmore, Ala. are visitig the mineral
springs this week.
Mr. W. E. aGaona etraed last
Tuesday from Jacienle. wheO he
went to carry hia three I se dgfib-
ters, aslie May, Derr a Myrti, to
his sister, WWcb wMilA ME&r 0 e
home since the death at ras. Ousaea.
Mr. Gamnoa 6aet S- al-ht at Mr.
H. C. McDavId's the lOaf agIt,, It
was almsyo e 1r
ate lot to fall In at .th e Isb
gentleman's tee thesa WIhI&
Gassed rep,.rts sIemto beD9 IMM
up aloag the Uae.
Mr. H. Clyde McDI mmtade a Sjlin
business trip to Penameeia Moamy.
Mr. M. L. HaJ, of 511 M aand 455
Taylor avenue. MeDalt,' Wa4 over a
Jaj or two ago at the jiagq Mr.


New York. Oct 7.-Miss Lulu Glas-
er scored a success at the Lyric
theatre Monday evening in the new
Viennese operetta, "Mile Mischiefs,"
sad was so repeatedly encored jhat af-.
ter a nBmber of curtain call at teI
end of the second act ashe had to re-
spond to calls for a speech. The
story is told, according to the pro-
gram, by Messrs Kraats and Von
Steerk, follows .out one of the pranks
of Mile. Mischief, who ha- made a
wager that she will spend twenty-four
hours In the barracks of the military
post at Franstdt and sets about to
win It. The first act introduces tae
stulio of Andre Claire, in which a
number of very pretty models are
posing for a huss. Clafte had been in
love with pretty Rosette, known also
as *L. Mischief ad had failed to
tell his rich relatives of the affair.
She suddenly 'appears on the scene,
and the old love is renewed. She
tells of ner wager and aeks his as-
sistance, but it is not granted. A
way to obtain admission to the bar-
racks suddenly presents Itself through
one Freddy Mellue, a simple sort of
chap *who is brought by his parents
to study art. Young Meline leaves
his pocketbook on a table, and there
it is tund by Mle. Mischief to con-
tain papers showing that he is about
to Join the army. Sae takes these
pers and determines to impersonate
him. and the second act finds her at
the barracks ready for her enlistment.
Throughout the second act are a num-
ber .of conplicatious which result-
ed in er having to make known her
identfty to a young lieutenant. The
lieutenant takes advantage, of the
story told by Mile. Mischief and deter-
mines to marry her. and thus get
hold of the millions her father pos-
sesses The third act unwinds in
the usual way and all leads to several
marriage bells. The music Is tuneful
tbrogugmt. with a number of catchy
airs. .The chorus is good and the cos-
tuming throughout pretty. hIe whole
show went with a dash and swing-
that met with the approval of the au-
S"Marvolle," which was offered at
the Casino Thursday evening with
Louise Gunning featured in the com-
pany., is the latest work ny Prixley
& Luders. The scenes are all laid
In the old German town of Berg.oL
which has been dominated by the
Influences of one family, for many
generations. By an ancient law of
this family, the estate must be deeded
by each possessor to hiis male heir
at the expiration of twenty years.
and the compl, atioen arise from the
fact that the present Baron von Berg-
hot, though his twenty years have
expired haa no children. To prevent
himself from being dispossessed by
a nephew, te -Baron pretends to
have a son and it is the role of this
i iay soa that Mise .Gunning Is
caledupon to fill In her character of
"Marcello," a young French girL In
the end "Marcello" sad the nephew
agree to marry and leave the estate
to the old Baron until bhis death.
Others In the cast of "Marcello" are
Jess Dandy, Frank Rushworth, Her-
bert Carthorne. Henry Norman. Geo.
Boniface, Jr.. Robert O'Connor, Geo.
Edward Reed, David Bennett, L*aw-
rence Wheat, Edith Girvau. Marion
Ford, Slas Ryan, Lel.a Anderson and
Nettle BTek.
"A Gentleman from Mississippi." a
play of politleal life, had its New
ork Pre1lers on Tuesday night at
the BJo theatre. In the cast are
Thmn A. Wise. one of the authors
of the Mpece, amd Douglas Fairbanks,
who recently was seen In this play-
house an the star of "All for a Girl,"
Mr. Wise's role, that of the title is a
middle'aged backwoods politician,
elected to. the United States senate
by direct vote of the people of his
State, but regarded by the "ring"
politicians of Washington as a safe
tool In all matters of legislation hav-
ing to do with what are now called
"special privileges." He soon finds
himself Involved in a crooked land
deal. hack of whieh are two powerful
United States Senators and a repre-
sentative from his own State; and
when be rebels against the patent
dishonesty of a bill designed to make
the deal Immeasely profitable to all
concerned, he is shown that his own
children have given substantial aid
in the scheme. Threatened with the
ruin of his personal reputation and
his public career if he refuses to car-
ry eqt the orders of the "ring" he de-
ies the entire crowd, and informs the
senate leader that he will expose the
plan at the pext day's session. His
eyes are opened to the methods of
"higher polities." by a cynical young
newspaper reporter, who covers the
capital t"r oe of the New York City
dailies. This role is acted by Mr.
That the romantic drama has a
strong aeId on the theatre going pub-
lic is evident from the enthusiastic
reception given to James K. Hackett
when he revived "The Prisoner of
Zenda at the Hackett theatre. There
has bees a large attendance at the
louse at every performance and it is
very posielble that the play will be
there until Mr. Hakett is ready to
try out one aOf his other productions.
There are few better plays of the
romantic kind than 'The Prisoner of
Zeada" at the Hackett theatre.


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in the original production, the great
success with which Mr. Hackett be-
gan his career ina this play would be
duplicated If te were inclined to
keep the play t.
In "Father a=4 Son" at tae Majes-
tic theatre, William Norris Is making
the most profoand success of his
long and varied career. Mr. Norris
appears as a whimsical dl veteri-
nary surgeon, whose large-learted
sgeerounity is a notable as his eccen-
tricities of manner. The part of the
son. whose fortunes form the main
center of interest in the plot, 14
played by John Westley and among
the other leading players in the com-
pany are George Staley. Madeline.
Louis and Georgie Lawrence. The
fascination of the play lea in the
homely realism of the story and the
splendid veracity of the ding. "
William Hodge. In "The Man from
Home.' continues to attract more
than ordinary attention from the play-
goers of tre city, with the result that
the Actor Theatre is nightly killed with
the curious who are interested In find-
ing out just why' the principal ciarac-
ter is opposed to the international mar-
riage and the sale and barter of young
American women to titled foreign-
Miss Lillian Russel in "Wildfire"
enters on the fith week of her success-
ful engagement at the Liberty Theatre
Monday evening. That Miss Russell
is as popular as a legitimate come-
dienne as she was a: a prima donna
is well attested by the crowded houses
at every performance.
Elements intertwined with the suc-
cess of the musical play "Algeria"
at the Broadway Theatre are the gor-
geous costumes, beantifut scenery and
pretty girls that please the eyes, and
Victor Herbert's delightful music that
charm the ear and senses. The at-
mosphere of the roadway Theatre
during a performance of "'Algeria" is
permeated with all that appeals to
aesthetic taste. Miss Ida Brooks capi-
tal singing captivates the hearts of all
mu-3c lovers.
Perry MacKaye's postical comedy,
"Mater," will probably remain at
the Savoy Theatre for some time to
come. The play is one of the dain-
tiest and brightet that has graced
the metropolitan stage In a long
Only two weeks more -. emain of
"The Merry Widow" at the New
Amsterdam Theatre. This always
fascinating operetta celebrated its
four hundredth performance in New
York ea last Wednesday's matinee.
Ruby Dale, now singing the title role,
is one of the handsomest of all the
pevea different -Widows" which
Henry W. Savage has offered lnce
Lebar's Viennese charmer took tah
town by storm.
So great has been the success
achieved by Blanche Bates in "The
Fighting Hope" at the Belmaeo Stay-
vesant Theatre that David Belamo
announces.' Thursday's mattaees, be-
ginning Oct. .
John Drew is illiag the Empire
Theatre with fashionable amGleses
which testify their eaieyment of his
acting In "Jack Straw" by enthusias-
tic demonstration. Ts sceses -be-
tween Mr. Drew and Rose mCaslia are
rich In amusing qualities and It is
doubtful if the local stag haas ever
offered anything better acted.
"School Days" coantines to romp
joyously on at the Circle Theatre.
New Interest and impetus have been
added to the perforaace, when
Gus Edwards threw aside is admae,
and managerial mantle and became
one ot the cast. playing "The Dago
Boy," and Introducing several new


special TaMS JeeOPaL
Chumuckla. fa-, Oct. 8-Mr. editor,
what has become of our North Chu-
muckla corresponJaat? It seems that
he, she, or it, has passed away, or
gone to parts unknown. This being
the case, and feeling tart or hustling
little town should be ,ard from occa-
sionally. I take the liberty of vending
in a short conMuniceion, which, I
hope, will find apace In your most
valuable columns and not be commit-
ted to tihe waste basket.
I will first make. mention of the saw
and grist mill plant under coastruc-
tion in the northern part of town: It
is located on Moore's creek, a few hun-
dred yards above the old Centenial
mill, which was built by McDavid &
Byrne, in 1876. The plant is owned
and will be operated by the Messrs.
McODavid, of this city. We are ain-
formed that they expect to asnex a
cotton gin to the plant to be ready
for cotton next season. This Ja soa
thing that has been very much seeded
here for many years, and those goem-
tlemen are to be complimented .for
this enterprise, which is a bIg thing
not only for the city, but for the sur-
rounding country for miles. We wish
them every success.
Meessrs. Jessie and Frank Brewton,
mother and wife, of Eecabla eouaty.
were visitors to the Miaeral Spriags
yesterday. Mr. Riley Brewta Iss
spending a while there for his health.
We are told that he is womuide lly

*eeal to The J sarua.
Garaters, Fla., Oct. 8.-Mr. Blaney
Brooks carried a party consisting of
J. V. Davis and family aad Mr. Healy
in his launch to the gulf Sunday last
snasper fishing.
Miss Mary Davis of Crestview, a
visiting her uncle, Wi.. Davis asa
other relatives. She came down with
Uncle Billy and Jesse, who spent sev-
eral days visiting with Mr. Thons
Davis, a brother.
Mr. Anderson .of Pensacola,. hat
been spending a number of days at
Camp Walton.
Quite a pathetic event occurred at
the home of Mrs. Darbey Sweeney Sat-
urday last. Mrs. Sweeney gave birth
to a daughter, but while her husband*
was gone to the neighbors for help to
care for it it died.
Mrs. W. N. Hartgrove and baby
called on Miss Annie Carlin at Sugay
Bank Saturday.
Mrs. E. V. Wiley, of New Orleaas
has been taking treatment at the
Gunny Bank Sanitarium. She will re-
turn to her uncle, Mr. Geo. Soule.
Miss A .Carlin went to Pensaeola
Monday to spend the winter.
Here is the extract from the ps-
pectus of a hotel Ina witaerlsad:
"Weiasbach is the favorite plae-
resort foe taose who are St uUl-
tade. Persons ia"smres St selRtae
are, in fact, constmatly Soeeling hem
frem the four quarters of the gfle."
-leaade Telegraph.



Coronet PufE wvy /wn

reao H nr ert in
f ggggg~~-L*RIEBBBI bkkjhsj


The best. ppctiom
against the minor aa
uuy&UCes of travel, chief
r .nsw which are wind,
dust and extremely hard
water, is a half cake ot
Ivory soap in your toilet

For a long trip wy rail
or boat, it is almost in-
dispensabl. Used fre-* *
quently and liberally, it
will go far towards mit-
igating the discomforts
of the journey.

Ivory Soap

990 5; Per Cent. Pure.

Hall is a hustler and one of the lead
iag merchants of his city. /
Our esteemed friend, J. EdwarS
Bowman ,has moved back to his old
stand on Railroad street, opposite thb
We are glad to state that the yOua
gentleman who accidentally fell and
met with the misfortune of getting hit
;aw bone broke at Pine Barren sererl
weeks ago. is improving. and will 0oo0
be able to masticate his food agai.
The young man has dwindled down
consderably, having lost 31 poama
since the accident.
Mr. J. G. Mayo left yesterday moran
l n*for Flomaton, carrying with his
his two-year-old five-legged calf where
he expects to try to sell it to Robin
sea'S show. Hope he will stmeceu.
This five-leggpd little animal will be
as great a curiosity to thousands ol
people as o'ir Florida -chickens,"
(gopher!). arc to a great many north.
era people.
Mrs. Sabra M<-David. of Mcpavid
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. H.
Diamond, on North Hill, this city.
Mrs. Joe Brewion. .Jr., and children,
returned yesterday from a pleasmant
visit to her husband's parents near
McDavid station.
Mrs. H. C. M David returned a dsy
or two ago from Pensacola, whe#t
she had been to carry her little daugh-
ter. Ninna. to enter school.
Mrs. John Clarke anid Miss Nannte
Owens have returned to their homes
at Pmshee. Ala., after a pleasant visit
to Mrs. Clark's parents. Mr. and Mrs,
Joe Miller, this city.
Messrs. Hart and Prestwood and
wives, of Andalusia, Ala., are visiting
the McDavids.
We had 'possum and sweet potatoes
for dinner at our house yesterday. It
was fne too, I tell you. And got an-
other one in the coop for diaser to-
morrow. Such is the dear old country
life. I think the hunters some ttme
come In contact with these beawtif'I
little skunks, but they don't have to
tell me that.
Mr. Walter D. McDavid. of McDav.d,
wa= on our side of the river yester-
day looking after his interest In Sasts
Wis. Joe Mayo and family, with a
great many others from this sectiof,
are at Flomaton taking In the sights
of RobIason's big show. Your humble
writer would like to have seea the
e rem but feared they might put hiM
in a cage and carry him off so fat
he would not be able to get back by
the 3rd of November to the Bryan and
Kern big show, when William Jen-
aings Bryan will be chlet ringmaster
sand John W. Kern assistant.
Well, Mr. Editor. thti being my first
attempt to write for a newspaper, I
will conclude with best wishes and
mach seceess to The Journal and a
glorious victory for William Jensings
Bryan and John W. Kern.

r- WA I

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M ORUT jj-. X O .-Jlj- r U IJ~V11 J~iALllJ S. I4. . .1 .I BRING. RESUL'I
4.. . . .. r '* ' "a : -*

hat You Want Someone Else May Have.

' Who Is Looking For a Home?
0-nto dwNi p N. Ns. Ntee -E," tret, eltu~a o A nemr.
SLot AI by 12 fot. Thi, hommecan be Itdonoytorm .........
onPilng Ne. .S w t Government street, with ot 0S byr
.. y ............................................... ................... ..
anoc county rea. with a0a0ude n
*d 0 mos -edwlin. situated at No. 210 an 212 Moath Cyo*llo
SI -tA, with lw 1olt. Sploedd invtmemt, for both ........... .Woo.
: ge of l**d wethlargeern tage n Paridso may. w bsautfu.l
ask povo, about onm mile o&th of Milvow with two hams
S.......................... ... .....
-b ling, N. W. Car. Jcon aId Vor trogt upon
I O lt...........................................................210s
.t Two dwey ellwng, situated en W Zarramem strot. oa IM for
em per annum ............................ ..... ...'-.. *.-,.....-315
OBm of tho moet desirable bulding loft on Norti HillM having a
frontage of 100 foot south, by a deth of10 fotM fssituated on a
co~................................................... Name"
* ULw* brick'buildingeon"Taron street, near Roenam street. with
two s tore reoone, lot s0 by e..................................34030 00
S Single Oceo or Sltee to Let In Sei *Ble Buldinig.

0. T. south Palafox St. Phone No. a.


Price $1550
That's all we are asking for the 5-room
house and large lot on corner of Belmont
and 8th avenue. The house Is screened
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 Gardea or Chase
streets, at about $1500.-0.

Real Estate and Insurane Agents.
ACents ThlMn I dMlnMg


or if you wouldIlke to omeata
good rat of nteret onfEl t-edto a-
curlty, try The Journal's Want IumU.
'It is the quickest, easiest aa .. t
W ay.
WE have $100.0.00 in n arf c
class, 8 per cent mortgge c
eMtate In any amount from U-" O 9
you have worked for your mrneinamw
It work tor you. The Fisher Re btato
AEmcy. 206 S 1O PalafeSx reet. 1t0Jm.


What You Have Someone Else May Want.

-_ ...... Z-e U. DOVIElOes I t. ........1.. tore near Palafox.
" "" Are you getting 2 per cent. not fo
WANTED. FOR SAL&E. tba 0 "o8 ,tS to: t= Macy
positi lady steno- oyR SALE-One or two 26-ft. th at mvin y W o R $100.00 u-to-date Rn evyoaywon;nb*'a*"esdnearry. -
pos'iti on-byb l rty nowgmuei'ioes, swtt 3 A Lat u UWU U O
also ext work taken. Ad- bowling complete and in excel- =otig " factord plain m way at Uan be and oa r
C.. Care The Journal. tllent d Only in use ninety days. 25- rooms, bath gas, electricity,
Terms cash or time payments. Address sewer and all modern. North Hill"
-y sm c hl family. ft-ed.EL-Wentworth. Gen. Delivery, Pensa- M WANEDo nanaWso -Buys a Cottage Home in
or. orr imtagnnwith modern colaeFla. I on.short l=r one block from Palafox.

are Joumal.rers Adw 4oct FOR BALE-Good saddle pony and one J B O,.gas, electricity 00 cash. balance. block fro "THE RENT C- LRTOnRS'
r elopg and print- addle Cheap. Pon's stable, W In- MON LOANED an .cent. lin OOShis house cot W A STATover RETS LOAN
Kod a. d Book.. tr. ,- ,, w' pot y -- g, rooms andlhaDe4.00car line; 6 rooms; new, REAL ESTATL RENTS ad LOANS
o.o lsoe~e oo seola on sr notle Ter.-e J -. near 10th avenue. Lot. bath, hot and cold water 20 Pa St. Pse. P ep
A the ladies to know hat OR BAL at a bargain, a lot 65x125 W. Wulld. US s Ut aM bhht $100 cash, $20 month.
feet, with 4-room hodse, located at 04 Pe 4 10- rooms and hal, new ast Jack- sanitary connections, 9-
te patterns nParisian_1_jor_." -Pyn ms106--_5roomst bnd hall, new, E ast Ja ck-
Sen at The Fi N. O" treet. Apply on premises.son street between lth and 12th
7 S 7 Brent uidingr. loctim oct6lw avenues. ey. root ront and se gal- HELP WANTED. Le Ave
1elmbuyah omD echeape.r than foot frontancan buy d sde gal-home chpr
SI D-Posi'n b oerieneoed st-l UPIGHT SMITH & BARNES piano, al- BOARD AND OOMS. youwlU wbe able to later in the year. lery. South front. Large W. A
Eir 1Cto.anstctw FORRENT-Furnishedro Aiar regular employment on The Journal. Flreo
r, to w et s POR RENT-urnihe2 reeE. A 1 00t ernd insmountS tr 1 lot. The balance like THr c ns. er
e col ectrie o. A family 218 E. lntendenca 8 c rent. Don't slave for Apply Circulation Department. i responsible
lotl OR BSAE-o urrey. Als family against the launch M
S' h.on. kien s. BatWks. toctlw FURNISHED ROOMS by the day. week Vo landlord WANTED--Entrei soicitor and co-
T', StTaInd-Au klunls 0t anySIa a" s c8 r or month. Apply No. 3 N. Palalfox t.ur landlord. Wi t E r
Seecay Ok thatotbers o a ts. Soun Real Estae fo r5 lots on 16th ave- handw, ting. Bsox 4. oett ANtO RD
Wto a Fra W* Jav4Gfaqgt Ga. .Ji.:J1miltn. At& oct3tf TWO NEWLY FURNIIHED ROOMS for5lsn tan AN ORDI
oight hou keepLng. Apply R14 S E Jack- a I W U U. nue car line, the WANTED-A young lady to do steno- To be titled: "An
M WSr to siake your s UNCMacoo3 1ot hMg, 44-inch beam, 7 son street. 7octi h ad othr ork n oe Aidth of Ada
rein. Ig 6. ma t sept3t housekeeping. Apply corner ,Cervante REAL ESTATE AND INSURANC this section $1100 a. Soctit l of the City of Pen
Sand Cordova streets.Phone1457. 43 South alaxStre WANTED-A rd l f milk ecn $1100tion That t
PM .. ] AJS aL E--A fi e S-story house with all an te ds eo ae street is hereby made
WAoITED-Aa gioodIb.t rt m ls mes on East Hill, one POR RENT--Two completely furnhed .cow and tndi to rnace. ths feet (44.) I
er tmn n-etaM WUill ablnk 4 a" oR a corner fac rooms, suitable for light 'ho0sPkeelna aoafo (0) as heretofore,
4r of e 5St2 a o. 'aSpasw.t. lJ trot.$ 3500U. Use of gas, bath and phone. plyin, up-srand stre
Journal. R tful home on Bayou mornings. Phone 1225. WANTED--A colored girl for genraJ Secton 2. That t
Ad -Tour trers o LaaSpeo. tsot mr OOMS COMPTEY FUR- to a m Room. 304-306 Thesen Buildingeat t Ad sttt
?. Vegetables. DIeI F A 5-room bouse and 6 lots on East Hil nished for liht shotekeep .oth l temat ieWest (trd tenths feet (1.4) th
ikwsey's MI eaM at S315 emWsas and phone. 301 W. hfelgattly hue epn. bt___ --- tt added to the width
Pne 1 Mar. houseand lots a. WestArD. ttt a I* WANTED-.Lady and gentleman o an- s drectioa two hundr
T-A kinds of se nd- and A -room house, corner lot. N. Spring BOARD AND ltOOMS-Laxre buse, ,! REOT hT..Old i vasser t handi enl *IJ aki iften one hundred
S Btng the to us; ship t St. C in, 2. pleasantlyand central ted WINTER RESORT-The "Old Mi n. e. Good money sells at sight. Apply
Ste to Shousea nd 3l et on North Guill e ohe.t 1 oe.shor a i2e rid WEST cLORIDA 310 E. Government St. 4oct steed of two hundred
J .-& e CrliWNb North eTc car le, W be oen th ehe hDretofore.
Telepthone le lot on the owner of Chase and TWO UNFURNIsHED rooms. ClOse n.winter t. 1. Aln, o on o tDUNCL M anM Carrand Se 4.a
-ANT bu.erst..t..a.32.0.. r15ltsn OteW oa 00. good neighborhood.... Apply n good ne rod O lMt -l ldressMA s AN DS.oro J toff ClrksWaNnaAo& Pe te Sr
Cottage n W. Germent St.. arragossa. lt Pensacola. Fla3 APALACHICOLA. Mail er, Customs Clerks and Cl at
I+r, c ws. 7 N. Puatu St. u aSome t PsrSoey oan Palaox. FOR RENT-Comfortable furnahed rooms -A t rent or Washington ming. $600 to $1 early take effet Immedat

allO 0414. 11Wa AWL= front room. southern and eastern ex- EVERY HOTELin In t Florida and FULLER HOTEL. Apalachicola. Oldest AGENTS WANTED in every section to G. ATMARD,
h*trbdF ODEW9S ABB-4test novelty out; pesure, phone and bath, to desirable South Alabama shoucarry a small ad established hotel In city; free baths, write the best accident and health in- Cr
Sver ose, white. blue and amber party. North H1. Prvato family. Ad- In this column. The cost Is. only $1.50 best service. Rates $1.50 and $2.00. Spec- surane in existence. 25 week easy
S . ae. t to any ra on receipt of ffty re-s Box 574. Isu poer month for tour lines r less. al rates by week. Jenkius. Pro. 1 ade Write A M. Seen, Jr. Manager for vrtue of a d
me. .g wI t os y ea2 A- 14 NO we .1029. P. 0. Box __F_,_ . Florida. Palatk. Fla. oct2wt re ierted Soe ah
W.A__.T s -- _^.20-ARPUNT PLACE m Tiles from Pen- Appl Circulation Dertment, Joural. CAN'ou ordn
Fur e peaW J-c kaS WANTED-M e addle-a white wop alm ban to h't etnod d Ba e n
fened and cOsa-TMfc wlmoithHwoven-wire S dov ookinO and housework; ition per- Oin, adtecse of
S .rs sos ber. Fine ooa s ea cestnutand other preference. o e
ras et t Goc t ies.o e tEStVseHlSor11m11runningTthrough;wmany
a v.y Osprings n le;h- &lso buggy, ha rness,- publi tryO rc niE
I..... ... vr 1tt f tr n h o r okne or a pKdtwo roomse:1rt2-fA.tten Jsalat an lo adre r, during a eg
FOR RENT. aO n c nc ftclub, factory.hoteldC ity* eth tho e Co e esTo
or stock fartmi. Price 83.000. For sale ".oia restere s ithted yi.
Sma or P exchange fore ps p y in oeTd orrWerst*bo __ Floi.eda e A. s the
or O County ofd Escaputn
..f. rst Aoo. eComplete t p foru t y housekp EUCanddAteA (TIo At. weust.u rte d
G.- .... Sid.A. von avasy. P. 0o3,orOFisher
Sper .ont Woa Est ate Ct be bot on -"o.D.eAgency. netaoetm
s, M$a rs4 DeFunia -Springs. Ia. Sotlwn P FULLOANSERVATOR- COURSE Nor- In TownsGhi ived. no
4 R.T-A rn, AL R T-asee cottage . ee mat method. Harmony. Theory. Peda- One, west of Talta
ft" Walton. A s ddxaom orwse J.f Ient. -b Onat RoIaaSound. Goa, outbuild. gngis. Students qualified for teaching. Florida. and also fat
ln b ,- and 1 andabout. 1 acres land. extending Certificate awarded. Phone 67. Madame half of the uthwe
r H..Pensacolahayto Santa Rona BSound. S.NEloisemHUll. loctlm Tirty-Fo
SAV anythi et r y n n MISS MARGART MACLAY will rclmsEvryouopen herein descrI;Obed e"f p
se. -FOR I he tw c a B -ot sr Kinderarten at 316 W. Strong Acres, makeln a tol
it_ i thes columnsSAL E--ecouhae uranichbfo for ..Mon1o]esoratpetrdoet streetobone or le Tog
3+ "O lT BachlPan o; hp and on easy- a terms. for the lttle one or a pet 00 l-eptlm themo e ont thereon
with piate Ietak. Pe For some nice pigeona? Or MR WILIAM PACKHAM. u. sa n urten
....~e A6 UA G streetRS 2 -Nso ry,7 bbe you would like some chickens OritfCs Chrc.iin Deed at cst of P
Palafox. upsirs, pvelominT .L sa tnPupiswesqrt
roo houegooL ( nVowr to resRr fresh d for your P. 0oAdres si. P- oc.n
do6-- and-thavenue.8 f or1f et o25 om 9 9Can be bought for .teh os
W.gaig^ltZ. Oe h tlot, s hdj beauifduln enshadeing Y breahf-t. | B|d- PIANO LESSONS-MISS Gertrude Fried- ot uw
Ua . .an hon 272 222 w Cervte tis tt-O W
tlo 12aug No matter which it is, ifoYOU W. st Acr tot

U. older. $17.50. FOR SALB--A large quantity of old
U.6eMana. $LM0 newspa peA at eve cents a bundle.
2 Wriht rT.50. A clean and ready for use. Just the

I P ...._ _s ho. J ...
W. lateeena$.0 .0. NMI a 0. Moro & Ce-. In ut

FOUND-A place to have ladies' hats re-
]lOIOLady's plain gld watch, attached modeled a d renovated. Satisfaction
o plain chatelaine pih. between St. guaranteed. Phone 1325, or call 400 N.
eit a cemetery on Belmont street to Davis street. 4octlw*
Itamiaa and from Barcelona to 123 Bast
.; Reward If returned to A. M.
3i=an. 9oct3t
-- ^ ^ . ---- **---------------
t-n Cast MR car. lady's safk xi to this oR1ce for rewa. rt LIVE STOCK
S1IM-F-Prnm rsidenoo of W. A. Blount,
an bay share. Small white setter bitch. AND POULTRY
ack ears. Some tan on mminmle. and
tai UkaOtonre legs. Ubheral reward for ,, ........................-v
aft w to W A Blount, Jr. SoctSt .. . . . . ..-- - -
M'-O-e fe male winter do. coor WANTED-The Brentwood Dairy wants
Wteo aad black with blue peckClose to buy some good healthy cows. Apply
D3t Q Reward of $5.00 for return to e00 at the dairy. S Ioctlw-
w. Managr-- street. Phone 538. 7ocUw*
TO CATTLE OWNERS-I have a pure
bred Jersey bfl for service. Rateo 32
iadREW ARD vance. eer 'ey. corner th
SEWARD, mes ,~ street, City. 2
W return of package taken from
my ataM. eoer Palatox ni Govera. OR SALt-Two ood mules. Leslie E.
Mat troeets, by mistake, Saturday Brks. soctni
walas, Oct. rjd. WHITE PERIN DUCKS-For prices and'
l. paekacentaitned one par of aermatton whte W. s& Mers, O..
te *h6e* with rubber heels one w Warrltaa Fa. 3ept-w i
i., safk t Akthrehlesa. ad a piece WANT 6-Gewod aih cow at once., Ap-
0 60. ply W. 8. octtf
H. O. ANSON. WA -to know that we
Slse bemBack. Com with tha the c cenpFood.
&% 7tr r yie40 ?W Well no eaperthn
com r 3. t. Phone 947.
I Dsj. se ILL oe em yearowls or the lce
aL eOMTD p.oa house. wa te n ey'sie* Ideal
wil thea. C.nky5 l e i quid
SWO wh*fte with liver spots, very long em.npom at F. S. Mellon & 0-'s.1
min len, had on round leather cellar.
erslre. fat= boa hart on top
ba.. jut above LaS. Re or
a in w. Cteneien 37 f IC for SThe Jourm L

want any or all of these, there's
an easy way to get them.

Just turn to the want page of
The Pensacola Journal. There
are hundreds of people who are
daily advertising in The Journalk
eager to sell what they have, or
exchange it for something else
they need.

For instance: John Smith
nwat leave town in a hurry.
He seeks a buyer for his horse,
or poultry, or dog, or cow, by
advertising in The Journal.
Evans Brown, who is going int'.
the dry goods business needs
some ready cash to start on. He
will sell his automobile cheap,
or his summer cottage at a sac-

You can never realize the
profit these littUe daily Want
Ads yield, nor the volume of
businesss they represent until
ou have carefully read and in
vestigated them. Start reading
Journal Want Ads today. Profits
will accumulate quickly if you
are systematic and read them
every day.


ie ea ed blind
Fla. This pant
mmliable torms.


th or J. If. Harvell
or debts contracted

Ordinance to Reduce
ms Street, Between
and Zarragemsa st."
he Mayor anld ('oun-
isacola. Florida:
he width of Adam?
e forty-four and six-
stead of sixty feel
betweenn Government
lie line of the went
remain unchanged.
he fifteen and four-
us gained is bereby
of Seville Square.
a an East and West
id, twenty-five and
hs feet (222.15) in-
i nine feet, nie In-
all ordinances siul
in conAlkict herewlth
hereby repealed.
this ordinance shall
ely upon its pamssage
i .
C. C. GOOD A.-
May or.
ecree ot fe cleure
a. J. Emnmet Wolfe.
t Court of R cambart
the 13th day of July.

ntmpany. a corpora-
P ss and Company,
D. Ronfroe and wife,
are consolidated In
will on Monday, the
r, A. D. 19018, sell at
a. to the highest bid-
il hours of sale. In
court House door. in
a. Escambia County.
'ing described real
S and beinO In the
State of Florida, to-
luarter of the north-
and being and lyIno
irter of Section Two,
rth of Range Thirty-
hassee Meridian. In
rty acres in the east
it quarter of Seqtion
vnship Six. North of
Vrest,. the forty atre
ng the North Forty
tal of Eighty Acre,
ether with the im-
and the hvredita-
antces thereunto be-
Special Mastes.

er Consumers.

MRS. WILLIAM BESSEY, Conservatory WVater rents due Oct. 1st,
graduate, has had long and successful if paid on o r before Oct 10
experience in piano Instruction; i ready aid n r
to take advanced pupils In technique. nt f pr t i
phrasing and Musicai nterpretaUon. corn- a discount of 5 per cent. will
bining Critical Music Study Hs be allowed. Unless paid by
Composers r and Their Works. Classes for alow Un ss paid Dy
children will be opened on Ktindergarten Oct 1t rvic w t
plan. New and attractive method. 61 Oct. 31st, service will e shut
East Gadsden. 12septlm off and a penalty of $1400
- ..-- charged for turning on again.
"THIS FOR THAT." .. .._
LOST-Money, time sad patience by not CRIEW NOTICeL
taking advantage of The Journal's Neither the Captain, Oweqi
Want Ads. They always bring remts.ut nor Consignees of the Qa
And they are not expensive. ean bark R wBl ao f be
&- sponsible for detsm e -
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A good 5- ed by the crew of said vesseL
room house with all modern convenlen- C. BOLLEN
e-s. close In and close to three car lines. RIX. M. ROBINSON.
Will exchange for city property. John N.
Day. 6 East Garden street. 25a

J. C. YOUNG will repair your umbrella. f 0o
Make It -good as new. Charges meder- UILOgIN ANBF PS II MCIC
ate. .22% 8. Tarragoam, between GardOn g00 4 T4111lA M-is 1 0
and Romana Sts. 2.Aept pe g Sal Pe
NOTItIE-I will not be responsible for -. - _
debts contracted by Savbte Le PeMe-
vant or anyone else. M. LePoldevant. Aa
SA. H. McLEOD 4 OL. .arimakers-Can- LA D COMPANY
vass from 14-itch to 16-inch. of *4O, fb r
weights. Large Gto eof Awaln -aS r
Tents. Cots. Hancs tc.. always lUN I SAWD. WS1SNWE
,tock. 706 Soutb V b. 9u 708 su" 111ii

MERCHANTS Tw CO.. Thor. ..
Thorsen. PrW.. s an ktans orf KoS S
tor shipment. ]PmttrrsoirC Oee I n.
Yopbo T*._ zSUP& AIDWY. M IM
It cots am o ss l. LV ma R
t done at tlh M Theq
JNO. A. ABR er of eas. teats. e Y OK.
awnins. u. y covr Agent ______E ose _wroom
"-- 5 1o- Ut SUBSCRICeE FOr TH JounNA.

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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
The first rule is so plain that no argument is needed. The second of
these two rules-
Buy Where It Is for the Intost of the Seller to Have that Property
Grow. is worth most careful consideration.
The broad principle of Russet Sage's advice. "Young Man. Buy Real
EAtate," 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 arc
going to buy, you might as well buy the best, that is buy lots with the
company that.builds and develops?
All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensacola lots with any
other property In or around Pensaeola.
We guarantee street car connections through to Magnolia Bluff within
nine months from date.
You can buy these East Pensacola building lots now for $50 and up,
each according to location, on the Installment plan, at 10 per cent. down
and 5 per cent monthly, no interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
and mortgage or all cash with liberal discount.
Only 250 lots will be sold at present prices. When this allotment ti
old, no further sales will be made by us until after street car line is com-
Six years ago a few brave soul* bought lots in New City for $50 each.
Tb'- street ear Itne was extended and many of these lots have sold
for $5.0000 each, since .then. East Pensacola will do as well. The biggest
* boom that e .surnqred In the history of the world, will within the next
few years takr place in Real Estate. and mark these words,. ast Pensacola
will be a record breaker.
No lots sold to undeslrable parties. We shall have some interesting
things to say from time to time, but the most interesting of all is this-
Don't Wait. Get .in before the 250 lots are sold.
The Pensacola Investment Co.,
1 North Palafox St.


For 1013 E. Strong
St., a new, attractive 5-
room cottage, with all
modern improvements.
Terms, $50.00 down and
$25.00 a month.

Call and see our list
of property.

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212 W. Wright t. .........A..o D.O 1211 E. Cervantes at. .........$12.50
1800 N. Palafox ***.. Cor. 13th Ave. and 10th St. ...*16.00
SM N. Roem St. .. ..........:.=
724 W. Zarragea A.v and ath St. ...W
207 N. R*us 8 ....... ..;..I15O No. 30 E. Intodencta
Large 10-rooet S yjse t i' er-2 I -DeSeto St. .............1.SW
ville, with electrai, lIhtabth, hot TOES
and cold water; an be resMta fur. STORE-
nished or unfurnished; 2 ervant DeLuna St ...................$g2.00
houses In yard; 2 blocks from car M E. Intndencla ............a mLS
BOARDING HOUSE. 106 South Tarragon* ........* 8"
National Hotel, W ree .....7.00 120SouthTarragna ........
300 E. Wrht S .t........ 0 o 13 W. Romana ...............9B.35

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Btwua.ppy f-ya A RWPic i4 V te L*InB--- F
f|sjr wil aao yr Sits(.au savI hal &-5Ush, G&1101t.W-I la1pi valley .ar Cumber"n |,_dn uu
throu-gh"ou m t h b t The inverted gas lapisothear y-
a-- ." +I* i wbe, and the insv utrers realie L R .... .
-_,_ _--aw __ _e h bothae ot ear-oto Cod bte O$ 10ght-ike i tallna iony
...s .-- SS SThe returns are tlaa M ECTO volmYe steady and brilliant, yet soft- light a
........ .....^ ta u.- #.-sweet e sid to .to? o,. a too. Costs but $1.50 to install on yo
ablS grays ,t namger of sy Itmprovement in the near future. 3RF CSSIONAL.
f -7-gr 1011lith durtang the year or 19M. Ast- A HAKING UP
"e lae isloe lat fmay all be very well ar as the T. YATS. G. D.
Sma we r -s i hm S o eiin- "*th "P~ c --cmesnto chills a fever and malaria. 41o0 leat uildin.
w. past and throughout the ae t al cn -- s Phone 148. 4 and 27 E. G

W T'spirited an dacttie than we y back. 6c, S c and $1.00 a bot- DR. J. B. TILLER,
- .known it &w a Year or moft. sad tc .
at: UU&-the co-Itle.s bosed a ao d re mend by W. a. DENTIST.
to old time activity, when the 1 r rat a4 apoth eary,
Ot s of price was a secondary iai- 121 South Palatefx street Pensacola, 10 Iunt *Bmtasn phone' 6O
Tkatlon, the lumber and Its.. deliver gaS,g t of Iral importance. Itt was dgE- I@T TRL IS.
It aInlg the monthTof September tat the PIN PHOTOGRAPHS
bYer from a distance showed qp in
9*68atest numbers down here .am.-l
S1. .pine, with .ord.ers in their k, --etI ,A-NRwT SOCIETIES. CA b
S' be placed. Several were booked,
i.t- d .from. all accounts and the beat infr- nrV llT t A .,
nation we can gather. maay desirable f U mResular convocation of Mt. t
orders arc still tucked away nto their ereb Chapter. No. 6. Roy
R A'^ina;iJe pockets awaiting future devel- a UIIIL MoU I Co UU v.
Sseap s with the North carou lons frateray w' Is but the natural result of age

n ..l., woe i t w e LoTa: cal Directory Shows an a. g owth. .An honorable career of m
.. .. ad other rad of box lumber, such t ght years has won for The Firs
Sn_______ ..__ rniat wts with Increase n the Number VOUNTER VETRAN FIREME name we shall always try to maintain
No. 1. 4-4*ede, $-74-00 and *25.00 per of Phon Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Assoca- liable
W ILFC f" thomuand: 8-inch box, $42s; IS-EUn4 of tm mmets at Knights of Columbuh
,. ..A..n box, .,50; ;*2-ck box, $5.50; 6, it F yin each month. Capital $300.000.
J Np AN DREWS, Surpus and undivided profits,
Stems on which the markets sho rt Manager W. C. Bruce has just coma- ABE DANIELS, President.
ad badly oversold, the ruling prices pleted the work of delivering the new Secretary. Shareholders liability $00,000.
at this time being $14.50 for 6-inch* telephone directory of the Southern DAUGHTERS OF RIMEKAH.
toes 4. w. apeaitg. ew 1 course o $1 5.00 for 8-inch and $16.00 for 10-inch. Bell Telephone and Telegraph com- Namn o.e. N 10, Daugbters -
pwtuof o 1ad Yzel,d- Thes figures are all net. of course pany to all asberbers. i a T
-w for2,S e. tb. Norfolk basis. Otber Itemsas The new book is attractive in ap- lsatenras i r nvite to be pst.
isofa ,the -Idl-ag1di the list, such as floortg ceiling 44- pearane&end contains all the changes RE C @ HNON N. .
*mapse flS.^t 270 by 29 feet by r.i, Ing. weatherboarding, partition, et., and corrcl mo ade wate the last POLLY DARLINTON.
et and a are hul g the shores of list prieem book was printed and the names of all _______ __ _,_a.,-
Rgs IasSinches anBtr-2Ies &d 51 with the outlook favorable for a slight new subscribers that have been added. -- Of Pensarola, Flond
Syn wtL 7 wr r Tene teionedirectory Designated Depository of the U
Te r steamer Srte and. From what is regaded as per- steady growth and quite a number of MARKET REPORT. w. S . .. vs
owned by Mben nso to MesrCo that the buyers up nmth have taken To plant here Is well equipped as nd. C- -p. r .w. A.. msse. w. M. Ke
b-* & ogaw tob Mebs.s.eon ordersdud the 111m10o1th o10C lBgta- to ms alutolned at a high state of ef- P A COTTON MARKET. rms Upur.
C h A ga`0, atB ISos. Ste k- for fo 4omwe like 10.y000,aq feet lctency and tSe service is good. In T ow r os e daly
601b.i b m. boy of rooters, and about 20,0M feet is rapid development the telephone for Jurnal by arks eyle. .her 4ot lke 000 fee Sen nd te e s go. In T fo en rbyt furnished _.
|.. n. ..o m .ota moren anesenth 4 ay i keepig pace with Peraa- B..merchants. Penacola,.Fla.: __s__. _
S4 -- 4 y -- 2,.S, ad car- which has ths far been1al a le dn S s mtddf........................8'
ir *._ u.."; t" -- dell" "--11'M- E-e--4.I Ao. raft- Fit- Striet= 1" 71t% .o c a ... .- -.............. .... o .
S d -A 2 the mills. MMiddling ..........................
1 In the yellow pine district of the ~*g gmg Strict.low middling ................... W
t j I u *lr 4 -*C s ou t -, b---c ovrinageo "rgi -' "i NAVAL STORES- A-
.,..1 ^*^A =Wt 4 inc. !,S.; --f- ?S S..t"'". ,n,. ,o. I ANY YOUNGissp MlA
SB P. ososdo a t or hs whroerL aa l t K et T Weet Savannah, Ga.. Oct. .-Thehand o father folowari
The r ne and timbers, rules mor orless actiie.DW..................................5
....a bouxdlMe-dwvssea6 tfor whichmo.Ge, ehave vow frrosl: w. o0Keelln to T. E. WelleR- M....................480 t6 4 9 or wonia or huind or father ear-
"Al-r P-_ -we s etre' .placeddur ing. e the past talt"y -y..- 80 ft froat on .1S t e t. St. by 137 IC ..................................e bank by pr
It MInW'-the.iiches draft, r e.-m, todera Ae idOn W bvew., d. H 3 .............I..to3... ....
par ufawoma lea sed 100Al te10-afwIl ft in on Z OfteIf v.,i IH.........................3 .-.
l pu. t a e, Cso from choice,.andit Is sa'e ,.-- and other coa- G. ........................... d be pid for saving
.. _No. 3 J s 7 e, 1 7 ,e o A s-Ay that at th "e psent time thre T. siderato s. F ............................ 6% to 2 67% If are nOf fanilir with th
anchored e e Yellowpineills in op on Edw* to Heba ................. our Savings Department, come in a
Soughout the states above mentioned war4s-Lots 1 .a "20 In Block 86, B ...............0..--...-..5
-a*" yar-. lie, an sad bound to this cou- thanlian been the case at any othe4t. "KigTrcl a her t Tnt. to o.itt
ea"e a"etry fr oSm uAsmric. s ban F dsd T --00 and other tsTu nine, ": to1.. it to yOU.
gmre wom toyfor wotan ri ,bwen ttime during the year. For brid*& n i o. _____.._aet frm.
ew t. e. trestle timbers and ra y tehe ioa 19, and PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. pay 4 per cent. teret, co
S-.. demand has bee, n aberma.y lar .n .. K.ig Tract- The foirowing report is furnished daily
o-quarsataeand unmsally urgent during the pas $1.0 id other ratiens. for The Jountal by Marks & Gayle, F. 0. terly
S roo D ns, for thirty days. an especially s the Stafod wards to Same-ot 9 m hants, Pensacola.:TI
Hamburg, with 284,000 8 ft sawn tim floods In the two Carolinas nd Gear- _tmiddlng.......................... I
3-3,471 ~s o. unusually strong for everything In the Charlie wards toS Same-Lots 19 trIct low middling........................ .8% .I.-.. IClA i
SfAvon R d ]ship, oAvegn, for Monte- way of bridge andtr tie .l East t THT RMARKET. A.
SPrits and ; video, with 1,119,00 s ft lumber, 470 This class ofmaterial is D1. and enTract. The tier MArk sKET hagPARTME
s ratag for Free- I t pickest manding $1. $2 and $3 per 1,000 sore cmbl iReat C. to H. B. Owens from last week. Thirty-foot averages on
S.LIST OF VSSELS IN PORT. o the week 27 -foot averages on
LIST OP VESSELS.IN PORT..- certain sections the mills are we. .West King TraL-411.00 and other 4"fost- eals, .sold for 24 and 24% cents.
the'. fright schooner 1 16011oaW up w is ...ith orders of tis eals. consiaderat;ions1.l a while 26-foot averages on the same beaitsI In I
Nig h ctktaergoe atBay- Auu te. Aut es, Cosulich, 1716 Dimension sizes, 2x6. up to p x. 0 feet b'toh BalTey H brought 23 and 23% cents. The. market
1A k c arfMod atBin Gulfport toe Transito. are ,long, are bringmI $14.00 per t ouB- N. Baley, W UaBailey, ] L n higber than that of other gulf --
pastheafteruoallf or sand; 36 to 40 feet lengths ebring- James, Rebecca Walker and James The receipts during the week were
:- -' m, ,n"t Vinnt to J A Merrt & C. $18 r.... n, Pensacola Bank &
anDonigateB trw al.I.Rippot and 11-to 10x7-"l v' thirty w.1yof. .1e-.-., ra-l and water. The demand p fair..
" lr' i-f. hreyer. -w o. ] --selling at $20.00 per-----s
fooB steanaship9,Ge :_=We PENSACQLA PtoItrCES. Cauta, WN
(,I Mauretaa being comma $24.00 or $27.00 for p 6et $100 and other valuable consider- macn. rib blso- f
get sew mc tos. ,r, Prentice, 2248. Ha- frfd s, and $34et50f, 2-- o Martha C. Ric.-ard JIS.....S.CTOS
Ahent he vess wTampico toa, Al r Gale3.0rhC 314 nlnt 4fs an $c.f120t26(per a- ...............31 3A.. I W. L.

her sea* trals sh* vesto to Galt Tr aslt Co. Sm Std HrnB Bll.Mue Ell92 C9va&d 58. C. .a.a.. 1d 1t L Mtar J. d h l --a. J.
1 t. lw ? v- to M. tlor. 3 G. e1- iWa t f .,a l te r Henr Ca. He H rma s ..)- T. A. J)a. ings., CaX A lessagm a,
*.3 touns Brit s uimte terheas, 2Cow. Ha- A Etsells *aitly -at Pfor B Beusle L., Carlyle and Ruby Ch3< (per lb.)-
the t 24 ave.a-3 tin.a eantt1o.e .e- oBs an S. umis Yr .si... 0 1 WE DO A GENERA BA.KING
o'esu bu hns, 5* at 21O ~. .... .. fae. No I *, (o .... .. P..W.atwerth, Speiai se r. .(per._ l b..
t omeb s s Abr",o ,oder. t d i._s -. an $lad.. t.. d r ............ BUSINE,. S.
to a lut, '3, Mt- I'sir ... "" -. o - ........ T.-. -.1

comes otso mx ... 10*_ ,ed n. .- yrta. ANOTHER RUNAWAY m-im....::.:::::: :., .
^' 'r Bll5,G?.LS Dallen. 861 er- whrle N. 1 coaa2 ofte ON PALAPOX STREET tra fn.......i
I--p o-.- r. bIk, Hansen.. 733, tha Merchantable car slllsni oead a man and a small boy, P atent................. 25 5 35
tin, o. about *** M Sk, Arroia, m uder by-3M feet in length tfd Suder both negroes, ran away late yesterday ****:^........... . S t.. PEMSACOLA
.O O o *No bk Joh are selling without *t afternoon. The horse ran south on oped- 4.70e
9 i89ad s t i~waika Nor aJgb SD, s.a, 1406, $13.00 and -$14.0 f. o. b. Is. t laefx street, and when in fronu 01 pw-mTr. 0. base 2 O 8% A emeral S-g sM*laga CoMsaei a SW
oMad ri lk bk lauro, 518, Ft ds ome cases orders have .S Nck Apostle's restmaraut a shaft TLr. S ... I%5 1l 'gg
ill 2. wMth of uraneet. W lith wc h, at as m uch as 31 w0) per proke.cusing the wages to crash into t-e M-. --
Is 87 1-2 feet. sa"'^ he nammanan Itas bk Bric this class of material .Cr aB the sMewalk. Both negroes were te3 tSti c ever. agri i T R.
to meittarft a 1191 5SBt. &yaser ka. 'and better. easIly coMmmm^^a, thrar headlong from the wagon, but fSS r - S -N.E
pt k0 aastr 1023, a- with No. 1 c lning16.00 neither of theta received serious in- O? *_ '
Bl&^^reeot-Uverfr 5onrn.a I^_^?S~t~ > f- o V. b. mill. Standard oecng, wb. Jun55. The horse wa5s topped before xe^main brr^l. 1%* 12% *---- .* *

e.Nobk s selling at 10.00 andt "Lnhe reached gove"tment street. The r-d 3 "VS ..o.
SaMS jy f 5 _' t_ "S5 ; 1.0 .* ." " _* N P k ws tretW tRe .... OF E ................ 0-- 1 n v "..
J* * a$wBoneacs h. to J. A. a fair demand. w0 was slightly damaged. or rl.... .....110.00 0 -.4 P eao.e
Ital. b1 6k a Massa. 1270. Val- sKpN tMhow ta whereas NOTICERNOCLU OFFICERS corn. ..-0"ea
W poundsNoS he er i a. Jchansen, 1297.oing at tw. per Jh sad it The officials of Ihe Bryan and Ker2 Yel^p or Mxd. ............... 9-5
V.1 itbtrua--- sMM-- engine-, London to A zeU. to be h t adnes nd 6 Nor. bk lar 14. Oxnevad, to days aglx I n. 2- Slo. W .r^ blanki were sent by the secretary will Tivothy......... ....... ..
g f g St'ak9s WSIt 9!1-- F. J. Schreyer. wise gol at $.00 p whe please close collections on Monday Johnuot eYUs .S.......-- .o
I"S se-tdy . .... Prc.. $20 O-& Otobeorbr 12th. and as son thereafter and.... .................... .1. P nAco
AeO L t.o Roat. P. M27i pA sch, o, ain 3.00 per th 2 or s Ocobwer ett send blanktat ............... 1. CAPIT SI. SURPLUS AND UDIVI
ew steater of 2 Georgetown to aster. values of two months ago. Rift Io- qf otributions to Thob. Johnson, rackedd or. per 90-lb sack $1.$1.0 IMMT

S__.-e oe ie a ti o n bd ridA somet.shwgenerouscntr stothe I I.S.nw ........... ...L. ST
n O b-be aherdntSbothd food. a.lo it Ia the desire of the Club u; s.1 ................. $1 ..1 S g T. mu am mmg
O N the list aw---ding ot Iac"4StL- -C to close collecticas Monday and Im- -, 5l ^ t..........................................glum asin A
Material in that te rriory seems to mediately forward the funds to the Chops. per sack ................51. 0.
iaev the call at this ~ e.- for whidet National Committee so that they Grits, seek ...................$10 .
Oj jb miSg Ip thete has been as mues as a $3.30 ad- may be .sed at once. Uhe frt and producoret t.da
an& --. .. ma vance on e.rtai. I"em . rther don As moon as all Usts haye been re- as tureM by the Jacoby Prod uce MA M-Ui Guf
ao the gulf coast at mobile, calved by the Treasurerthe na d ... ..
LTa- rSmpa. Gulfpot andatNo nO r -n-iewo oC. tntllu itors willthe ppbosea e s t s T .-.............._.I.. .
OlWdOtn RM P"the m i wsreport some W ,mQst e t ,,tnd .t oes. u...............075-
Saa^ W teb the mills report some imvee Bryan button' may be obtained cabbies, per cake. .....
Pg-W 01.'a.d theS. t.American. d e Joura o ce, Tho o............. 4
"*-M'& unZ from The Journal odce, Tos. -John- TLee b$e%.. rn4.5 B

-U Is thualonaly fa ertil r b ue ./ .a bndl*rat T T o A reay speaker wil -tter about 7.ri........ cte ea .
setron but not n auy ords a e .hotr in making an ade kr iu -111.bout 7,- a.. .u. Ie ..
Puscatleon. buartots o ...-... f words hour in making an ad-

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sum And colored calfsDm BrMwn ) Wff
'CO LLA S 1 H and Tan, will be proper f Result of National League
S, IA IEIII 1 I men who want to be correct- C- If you wear Barry Shoes your sp-
. ,-,+ n. 'B .^- *r' *ly dressed. e We am shoWn Race m iany 1 .
It -aw ,tt dressed. X.ea1 T yo pers will last a great deal longer than
. ---+ m -- ,^* ttY --~ft ^ ^ & '^^fl _in i.S_ *t .r i som e extreme ely N ifty- ani In quiri s. .. 1
S" th" "c Swagger styles in them at they do now-your feet Will be so
t aV ew ed t th e oT Sw agger styls in hnd a $ Muc Interest him been displayed
Ya This $3.50, $4.00 and $00. during the past week in te result of com portable at night that you will have
*. ~ ~ ^ A. 1 t ,the National league baseball race w n
SEff ect. All sizes and widths and than has been shown in Was city in HO reason for change.
good wear or another pair. Many years. Up to last night, the
Journal's telephones have been kept YOUr fet 111 alwa k-
WAS 4AILED WITH DELIGHT BY busy from about 6 p. m., until late ur will lw
into the night answering the calls of
STHE E S YES OF THE YARD, those anxious to knowthe result of for Barry Shoes are fashionable as well q
Ai .L AS.AT:. | .... ..FORTS, VU the day's games, and who could not
SAS L AS AT THE PORTS M O waituntil morning to get the infor- S COmfortable.
wE, R *T AI.o0 APP.IES. Feet Furnisherq For Folks m t. the defeat of New York by They are well made shoes-manufactured by Un-
< Chicago yesterday the latter team Is ion labor out of splendid materials.
..- --.. -: t ....e. na v depart- 102 South Palao Street. the pennant winner In the Nadoal
Iastr.ppmsses from the navy depart- for the thlrd cousecutice tine. -ad We want to show you these shoes and induce you
. ILI f Oowe creCI( te.#. now Interest n ed pth res l to try them-after that you will always ask for them.
DM M"A. W i -yesteray- morning.,cree ing of the wordW V to be played by
A InMw iTh-Ilawois d that hereafter used in the hotbg ourtory Chicago of the atiOal league and de-
falt hbe paid off four time soeAe, a3 hh lw Ila nated, troi t in the Amefttan league. Chi- E.
We a We fa lle adis of twice each lend a fairyland enausmble to the cago Is t ae favorite ifa Pensacola, to IVI
9-- t m e aM .yat d emrep oy... There is a beax lt ul Judge from expression yesterday. c M -
M S in s s m..m& 9W -some time navy yard employee or I me th art .a a a tioe. .
IM0n yS. have ba mi ead _i to get such an lS2 S ela so A*5m ueS For the arst time in P-nsacol.a 323 South aI x r.
order t-ed wi be ma more arti o a to rate oa.. tir baseball matinee was given in the
coinveieat .*w them to receive their stems clthey ue swye by e club rooma of the kIM yesterday at- b
pay oen" eONc week. *A special from gentl The ctrast tnoon by R. L. Nichelsen and. W.
Washingtos resarag the order ways. Ing etis seen wbel the mysPeake. *. A special wire was ran Into
"Th M arhnwmoent was made at dissipates lito a- gorgeous aI eI the building, and &tetiallpd report of g
Sthe Wiot e H s this afternoon that whie the flowers, l a wy tab same was gireV a it progresed.
hUe Pw&tet el approved the their dark foliage, ba to g mer. Matinees wil be given during the ,
Sreeea..op ati~-of the war and navy and vie with the sunlight elct, J rlda 's serid at the club rooms.
de' .ptsts providing that all men brightness and beauty. Over ten
l =s*t e In tthe arsenals and navy- thousand feet of specially insulated
S yards theout the country shall wire is used In the first part alene,
ta f ure. This t a acession for which lans all summer to cons j CARG OF II
n.d 2" the r6Ml ttAmen have oen fighting and the miles of wire, besides thou.
s*M taral will be received sanl of lamps in the westlm-
K ow"A^ .^ha t*y and* Oe twentythousnd candl eflL eIpUllLd oe r.I ^ p --I, sunhtny c4nr w-- being controlled by a memn al
-w n "a* see that kind oft a wether switchboard which is carried by the
m 0" "3-and roet cal you know t hw at rheumatsm companyy* This switchboard a.tro.... 1 '- a
WeterI si atS t batndt. Goeadsyfor e verap, an B -w & Y- 1CWri The Raithmoor to Carry Out
Uw byA gettlagawbotle ofralards seel device used, and Is under the co. a Bi S H
S .t Finest ting made trolof one man Inthe oo a Big shipment to
Sor remmadom chillblains. frost bits startling electrical effects am pro. aB
11117 W. R ANA 6T. o amJ. "M m us leb l duced, particularly In such speaclesH
Phoe** 188.a -- sat -paw. 25c, 0c and $1.00 as The Illusion of Hades, and nowanburg.
storm and loud effects. The ALi. G.
Sa and roe meded by W. A. FiPleld Greater Minstrels will appear The British steamer Raithmoor
Drliad here which was cleared by the American
12 S---rPaLaesstIe*~* -Naval Stores Company yesterday, wil'
SVA tnvI I LIraPy carry out one of the largest shipments
STht Pnnaval stares to go from this port
In many weeks.
W h----- ---- Ii III- |@t AM"TS I I ILU ...Superficial feet of sawn Umber, con-
N'RIAND AN c.. . sisats_ ot 4,000 ca ska of spirits of tur-
ST k h. p hshow when it comes to producing t s of rosin.

4: atlou which really makeA one
)- M I m a anae. Well. the has eoed was satetfted. t S re d -
; -.M TON ANo -Plas the P-,te -is eervescent, Ds e[11 llno n
K .o. t,s is l~~nnulgh with humor- "l ..s ilI I 1 fllllrrom
s IL/ --gir I ais- sIi i. osr ad plaj-perpleetag siian,_"s. ..-- .I U IU ftUU LU -- !- -' r --^ C,
E :,sa grM I S Republic a w tl i t o Rai prevented the epubli can rally

SY gallery o the s te T-hee" of Which was to have been held Or On Yster-
the parut from the third row b Vclle Square last night. At clock n
The ony redeeming feature of the there were half a hundred the
w9singi is the voices of some of the faithful" gathered about the speak- day to .Sihbol Ta
W e men. There Is not a good girl voice her's stand, when It began to rain. The
in th* chorus. Made Campbell aa speakers were loth to postpone the Book Fund.- of '
fr I.1 i.Grae e BM y,, with Jlgmy Connors as meeting and part with their audience.,
coffm \Ml~Hal Merritt in "veve Love Love .. composed to a large extent of negroes, There was only one donation yes-
responded to several calls not for the but the rain continued, and there was terday to the school book fund, A. A.
vol but tlheWay little girl's mile nothing to do but call off the "rally." -Fisher contributing $10 to the fund, '
I (w eAevroe of) ad ths Ai of the candidates on the republih. thus making a total of $ti8 received N 4
// 80 T dancing of the two. But what's Ia a can ticket were there. Bill Northup, by The Journal for this worthy cause.
voice anywa the crowd didn't to Tom MbOourin, Gib. )Pell, Jim Calla- It Is the desire to rai e at least A.!n 0 U
nt have your C .aoe -w rany ay ,dth e cr wdwso to han Mcnald Mo yerFdMarsh $100 by Saturday night, and the pub. u ng
c __A -Md- the rwdpwapleased. and other notables were all present, He is appealed to and requested to
'---m "4'It^ OUtL- Here's to "Playing the Ponies. Mr.' McGourin, with an umbrella, aid in securing books for the poor 3r I 311 U
The crowd was tipped off well and finaly mounted the stand aO@ an- children of the city that they may g at A'
SM mnachinea do the was fairly good, the musical comedy bouncedd that the meeting would peces. take advantage of the opportunity now
is the oae best bet so far in its line sanly have to be postponed until next presented to gain an education. The
this seaom at the opera house so week. Later it was decided to hold fund now stands: ... {pninS
here's hoping that Playing the Ponies the meeting tonight at the same place, Acknowledged yesterday .. ..$58.00
I ~figurea well in the start, lasts the when the orators who were prevented A. A.- Fl.her .......... .. .. 10.00 ,
distance well and shows a fash of from "orating" last night will. be pr-D-
1The Emp i1speed athe last time out. f o ent. "" Total .............. .. $8.00
SL A Bx T p ney ",t t ne oft he "~S m ,^ --' ^r ^^ ya th eiStar
nest rightest the may -' t"e-- .. -"

rThe scene. af the play irlaid In fash- '
SDr. Maory ~~nnedy New O, where the heroine. all

M. qgalar practice. OMRe Ia Bloant to whom the sight of a woman induces ILEdI'Yl f
plMhl Hours 9:. 0 to 12, ..t 3 t, total suspension of all his faculties"
P.. e m. and the EdgItsh girl who wishes to be
taught Amerean fascination, brings
-- . ***** malm about many extremely funny compli-
*cations which are always greeted with .i V15Ua* dJI-S ft- ,M7II34
J. C. Petterson & Co. as of laughter from the audience. l i ' al. e "setx-in --b.fist
trepea e t--. W s this season, as well as those in .,"
MLes.e Ieemmeov ed- the lte apctacllm ot the QUo, are said t-o "
-. a C,. be the mo m intricte and elaborate .. -
ever devised fo a minstrel produc- _..
thousand miniature lamps of various I. J lnSOn 6
Sub ribe to The JOumal colors, are worked Into the maze of .
1.. ------ "-- - .The Bipg Store EXCURSION TO NEW ORLEANS OCTOBER

122-128 S. Palafox SL. ROUND TRIP.
SA L T I I i I I I I For this occasion on purchases anmi g to $1000,
A PPL TO MENV we will refund railroad fare.
The fabrics, patterns and thoroughly good tailor- "" "'
i w* ou~r ont-wi^- 1F ll i f dJ

-. a u %^u r .- a sn au m oum r jeacn ana
Ymg men al strongly to th who like good- R THEATRE
lookingwlothrs, and clothes that wer well STAR THEATRE
$1500 to $30 A ial AtUtticikn
Cer.r Pa-GMW r nHlM trPaaftx *V 3Bc>= s -ad H. 0. ANSON .r:. A NSONaL a 1^.
e.. CASH CLOTHIu tmts utionpbylclA Whitt,."w
Pftss 297 P aMI. flia. Pbn 476 at nighbeginning at &W I. *AdmMemIend S 216c-




When looking for them al.
rays come to us first and
ave time. We carry a com-
lete list of school books re-
uired by the Escambia
county Schools curricula.

We Move

October 6
o 100 South Palafox, where
re shall be pleased to give
ur service and help to school
ook hunting parents.

jem Book Store
Opposite Postoffie

Just received--a new ship-
ient of all the new books;
[so a lot of the $1.50 to sell
t the new price of 65c.
IARRY T. HOWLAND. iL10 11-so ,

New Fall Arrivals
Knox and John Sttet onats.
A high-grade line of Mea's,
Youths and Children's Clothln, aMnI
a full stock of Gent' fsnwmhflgs
and shoes.
opposIft First Natkional *-

Rlectrical Contractor
Electrical fixtures, desk lights,
telephone brackets, te.
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Are invited to cal and
see us about S. P. F. Car-
bolineum. This is a
wonderful liquid pp
aration which applied to
sails and tarpaulins will
make them last about
twice as long as withoWt
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